Algoma High School - Scroll Yearbook (Algoma, WI)

 - Class of 1963

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F 3 V I s R l Ea' I YJ -is ik .3 V-7 Zi' C7 r -1' y g N 1 1103 5'-Q Cd" . . 'TS-, if 'X-5 9 ZF- Y.. gr '-CN ox., 'Na "T 'Qs' ' , 23 1 Hr ' .vw ,.f f. A ,, 5 S wil Ax in ZR 1' I L l w r w 4 1 I 1 9 1 1. --ii- ..l il- -li . .....uf .. --.ilu v.--,.... 1.1.-,W --...f ,Y -1... ....... 'J 1 ! E ANNUAL STAFF OFFICERS -- TOP ROW: D. LeMense, Miss Higgins, K. Gartzke, D. Heidmann, D. Rye. FIRST ROW: S. Schlise, D. Feld, D. Piette. Foreword Students of Algoma High School look out upon a vast universe. They are not merely observers looking down upon the changing world, but they are part of the world. Hence, PREPARING FOR THE FUTURE has been selected as the theme of the 1963 yearbook, "Scroll of the Wolves. " Learning to live with the dramatic developments of science and technology and to contribute to progress in human relations are challenges to youth as they study and look forward. Horizons are broadened, and attempts are made to develop citizens who will be capable of preserving the best of our heritage and of using and advancing the marvels of our age for the greatest good of humanity. DKACQWM We, the Class of 1963, wish to extend our gratitude to a teacher who has done countless things for us. Through her wise counsel and untiring ef- forts, she has aided us in the production of our year- book. To Miss Alice Higgins, we proudly dedicate this "Scroll of the Wolves." We will always re- member her kindness and friendship. 2 DONALD I. BERNS 5 ' if 4 6 A review of the tremendous progress the United States of America has made during the middle 1900's in the fields of scientific development reveals to us more and more the need for a well rounded and strong educa- tional program. We have witnessed great strides in modes of com - munication bringing world wide events to our living rooms as they happen. We have succeeded in assuming the lead among the nations of the world in placing useful satellites in orbit and in space travel. Our strides in nuclear science and the use of atomic power for industrial purposes are rapidly overshadowing their wartime functions and showpromise ofa very productive future and a saving of our declining needed natural resources. Electronic computers are able to do the work of great numbers of human minds and hands with complete accuracy. Electronic robots will soon be probing the ocean bottoms and perhaps uncovering untold quantities of oil and mineral resources. World travel in jet propelled stratocruisers enables man to reach any country of the world within one short day, actuallyshrinking the world, so we are all neighbors. All of this has greatly changed our lives. And while we look at space travel, instant communication, elec- tronic machines and nuclear power with awe and wonder- ment, we must not forget the great role of the American family, our schools and our churches in discipling us, so we can continue to be socially well adjusted human beings. Neither must we lose sight of the importance of a sound educational training in the fundamentals and in the ability to think, nor can we fail to train ourselves to choose right from wrong, the ethical rather than the im - moral and the just rather than the unjust. 1 fsck HARVEY H. CORNELL Superintendent of Schools Central State College, B. E.g University of Wisconsin, M.A.g Senior Class Ad- visor. Hobbies -- Hunting, Fishing, Gardening, Fixing Things. Guidance Counselor St. Norbert Collegeg Uni- versity of Wisconsing Senior Class Advisorg Stu- Qs dent Council. Hobbies -- Swimming, Tennis, Photography. KN' GERALD F, THIELKE High School Principal St. Norbert College, Purdue Universityg Uni- versity of Wisconsin, Milwaukee. Physicsg Advanced Mathematics, Senior Class Advisor, Camera Club. Hobby -- National Guard LAURABELL ERDMANN Assistant Secretary Hobbies -- Knitting, Crocheting, Painting. GERTRUDE RIVERS Badger Business College, Green Bay. Secretary Hobbies -- Golf, Read- ing. STUDENT COUNCIL--TOP ROW: S. Gunnlaugsson, K. Kohlbeck, L. Hall, D. Heuer, J. Charles, G. Eggerr, C. Lienau, R. Nesemann, R. Bero. FIRST ROW: D. Feld, L. Ledocq, J. Serrahn, B. Tlachac, B. Granius, D. Hettiger, Mr. Berns. Yogetlm Succeed OFFICE STAFF--Miss Erdmann, Miss Rivers, Mr. Cornell, Mr. Thielke. 4 if ,,,.f Xa 34 WILLIAM MIELKE LEO O' KONSKI MARVIN KRAUSE MRS. C. A. ACKERMAN HERBERT STEPHENSON The Senior Class of 1963 wishes to take this opportunity to thank the Board of Education for their time spent in the guid- ance and careful planning of the educa- tional facilities of Algoma High School. The importance of a thorough education is realized, and it is felt this education would not have been possible without the Board's leadership. Through the future use of their education, the Seniors will further show their gratitude to the Board of Education. BOARD OF EDUCATION--Leo O'Konski, Marvin Krause, William Mielke, Ackerman. E --L, "Z"-s. 1, I ' L . Q' 4 1 1 W ' Wi ' A A t :Z- Herbert Stephenson, Mrs. C. A. RAYMOND P. CARSON GERALD BARDOUCHE University of Wisconsin, Wis- consin State College, Stevens Point, B.S.g Wisconsin State College, Superior, Florida State University. General Science, Chemistry, Freshman Class Adviser, Science Club. Hobbies--Hunting, Fishing. S MARY AGNES BURNS St. Mary-of-the-Woods, Terre I-Iaute, Indiana, University of Wisconsin, Madison. English, Senior Class Adviser, School Daze, One-Act Plays, Forensics, Senior Class Play. Hobbies--Skiing, Photography. Southern Illinois University, Macomb Teachers' College, University of Illinois, Indiana University, St. Norbert's, De Pere. Algebra, Geometry, General Mathematics, Junior Class Adviser. Hobbies--Woodworking, Photography. LUCILE COOPER University of Wisconsin, Madison: Colorado State University, Fort Collins, Colorado. Home Economics, Freshman Class Adviser, F. H. A. Hobbies--Travel, Crafts, Photography, Gardening. STANLEY C. HONKOMP St. Louis University, B.S. Latin, Sophomore English, Sophomore Class Adviser, Drama Club, Latin Club. Hobbies--Reading, Music. WAYNE DUVEL Lakeland College, B. A., Wisconsin State College, Superior. World I-Iistory, Freshman Eng- lish, Social Problems, Freshman Class Adviser, Freshman Foot- ball, Debate Coach, One-Act Plays, Forensics. I-lobbies--Fishing, Art, Hunting. ALICE HIGGINS Wisconsin State College, Stevens Point, B.E. 3 Wisconsin State College, Milwaukee. History, Junior Class Adviser, Student Forum, Annual. Hobbies--Reading, Needlework. ROBERT LOUIS KLIMKO Wisconsin State College, Oshkosh, B. S. Freshman English, Freshman General Music, High School Vocal Groups, One-Act Plays. I-lobbies--Baseball, Reading. ROY R. KOSS Wisconsin State College, River Falls, B.S. ,University of Wis- consin. Vocational Agriculture, Soph- omore Class Adviser, F.F.A. Hobbies--Hunting, Farming. LYNN C. LAWRENZ Wisconsin State College, River Falls, Stout State College, B. S. Industrial Arts, Homecoming Committee, Prom Chairman. Hobbies--Woodworking, Photography . ELLEN McKENNA Wisconsin State College, La Crosse. Physical Education, Health, Cheerleaders, Pep Club, G.A.ql. Hobbies--Handicraft, Sports. GEORGIA RANKIN Door-Kewaunee Teachers College, Wisconsin State College, Oshkosh. Art, Sophomore Class Adviser, Art Adviser. l-lobbies--Ceramic, Bowling, lxiillinery, Painting. BARBARA SONDALLE Wisconsin State College, Oshkosh. Junior English, Junior Class Adviser, Library Club, One-Act Plays. Hobbies--Golf, Bowling, Football. THOMAS ll. VAN EGEREN University of Wisconsin. Physical Education, llealth, Letterman's Club, Athletic Director, llead Football Coach, Assistant Basketball Coach, llead Baseball Coach. Hobby--Sports. MABEL WATERSTREET Wisconsin State College, White- water, B.Ed.g University of Wisconsin, Northwestern University. Bookkeeping, Shorthand, Senior Class Adviser, School Daze. Hobbies--Knitting, Reading, Needlework RICHARD K. RADTKE Lawrence College, B. M. , Northwestern University, M.M. Instrumental Music, Band. Hobby--Woodworking. LAWRENCE R. SCIIMITZ Oshkosh State College. Algebra, Sophomore Class Adviser, Track Coach. l-lobby--Coin Collecting. Til LEROY sRoDA Wisconsin State College, Stevens Point: Wisconsin State College, Superior. Biology, Driver Education, Sophomore Class Adviser, Lettermen's Club, Science Club Basketball Coach. l-lobbies--Golfing, Hunting, Plant Photography, Babysitting. ELIZABETH K. WACEK Marquette University. Citizenship, Social Problems, Freshmen Class Adviser. llobby--Reading. WILLIAM WILBERT Wisconsin State College, Whitewater. Typing, Office Practice, Gregg it Notehand, Junior Class Adviser Assistant Football Coach, School Daze. Hobbies--Baseball, Football. . fav? Fix g .K is SK -: Q SCIENCE--G. Bardouche, L. Sroda, G. Thielke. MATHEMATICSUR- CHISOH, L- SCUIUHZ- 1 Y x ' H WW f v ":" I - f x. M GUIDANCE COUNSELOR--D. Berus. COMMERCIAL--W. Wilbert, M. Waterstreet. ENGLISH--W. Duvel, B. Sondalle, M. Burns, S SOCIAL STUDIES--A. Higgins, E. Wacek, W. Duvel. Honkomp. TH li f fi v NF' :IMD , f ,Q if f - 0 9 if ,, ,,. ,. -- 1 MUSIC--R. Radtke, R. Klimko. PHYSICAL EDUCATION--T. VauEgeren, E. McKenna. A .. ..xuLlii?ug, fgsijiiiz LX ' 5, Q ,,- fr S 3 Zif -' L, -. QE -3' i P' ,, . A ff T -L' f 4 X ...I G xm' ? fs I fy , is --Nw 5,5 - 2 ww- '- L., ' INDUSTRIAL ARTS--L. Lawrenz. AGRICULTURE--R. Koss. HOME ECONOMICS--L. Cooper. ART--G. Rankin. fy ,, , f 1 . hit I , - JJ, h ,,,,-: g fll V PM wmv, ,, ..,.. l 9 y 1 ff? gif L x .5 -c -- W 1 Cl' X 5 hav W '- , i, xx . . I V mi V, ,' N 2 j 7 kk l ' -' f' x A Q k ' .A 5 , If L . - - f-,JA -A y Hg ' .Q fn fff: ,fn f 1 " 'A','7, ,Win 11:11 sg f' L . ix - ' r,'x 4' . W ggi Six- A ,I ., , F-31 ,wyiff A' W g fx, - - , MW. 1 ,, N f-f - A K WM-W, 1 ..,, .11 . S':- ,. Gfggw 1 f ' U 'R N -Nw W- Cmwduuw Harold Schmidt Carl Nell afewua Mrs. Molle Mrs. Mrs. Mrs Kohlbeck Rye Wulf Bm bww R. Scherer M. Holdorf M. Haucke C. Yanda S. Jakubovsky wqfw my -AY " iw we-'QQ '- v4 'Fin px '15 ,ff Half' M1964 b B fa-"""' 1 4. 'fr-Q , xfnx . 'is K., r - s w ug G95 PHILIP ALBERTSON "Sonny" "l'm not bashful, I'm just waiting for the right opportunity. Chorus 1. CHARLES ANDERSON "Chas." "Wise from the top of his head up." Annual Staff 49 Pep Club 49 Prom Committee 39 Homecoming Committee 49 Track 3, 49 Camera Club 19 Class Play 4. DIANE ANDRE "Skinny" "Generally speaking, she's generally speaking." Annual Staff 49 Journalism 1, 2, 49 G. A. A. 1, 2, 3g Pep Club 1, 2, 39 Drama Club 2, 39 Homecoming Committee 1, 2, 3, 49 Band Tournament 1, 2, 3, 4g State Music Tournament 2, 3, 49 Solo Ensemble Tournament 1, 2, 3, 49 Forensics 2, 39 Music Clinic 29 Band 1, 2, 3, 49 Pep Band 1, 2, 3, 49 Band Council lg Band Staff 1, 49 Band President 49 Class Plays 3, 49 One -Act Plays 1, 49 Homecoming Court 3. LANA BAUERS "Looks like an angel, acts like one, toog but you never can tell what an angel will do. " F.H.A. 1, 29 Pep Club 1, 2, 39 Prom Committee 39 Homecom- ing Committee 49 Solo Ensemble Tournament 2, 3, 49 Chorus 1, 2, 3, 49 Camera Club 4. ROGER BAUMANN "Speed" "Girls are constantly running through his mind -- they don't dare walk." M ww .E F.F.A. lj Homecoming Committee 1, 39 Football lg Basketball 29 Baseball 2. STEPHEN BERO "Rev" "I never let studies interfere with my education." Entered from Northwestern Prep. , Watertown, Wisconsin. Pep Club 49 Homecoming Committee 49 Forensics 2, 49 Foot- ball Manager 49 Class Plays 3,4. VEE JAY BRANN "VJ" "l like ten minute classes, five for coming, and five for going. " Student Forum 39 Student Council 19 Prom Committee 39 Homeeemkng Committee 1, 2, 3, 49 One-Act Plays 3, 49 Home- coming Court 29 Class Play 4. WILLIAM BRUSKY "Fearless" "lf you see me driving .... step aside! " A lot of men didn't, and a lot of men died. " Student Council 39 Homecoming Committee 49 Camera Club 2g Class Play 3. SALLY BUCHOLTZ. "Sal" "My male comes at night." F.H. A. 19 Pep Club lg Drama 39 Library 49 Homecoming Com- mittee 1, 2, 3, 49 Forensics 1, 2, 39 Chorus 2, 3, 49 Second Choir 1 LOIS BUECHNER "If school is liberty, give me death." Journalism 49 Library Club 2, 3, 49 Homecoming Committee 19 Forensics 29 Chorus 19 Class Play 3. 12 LENORE BURMEISTER "Always merry and never glum, Makes a bright and cheerful chum. " Journalism 4, Student Forum 3, 4, F.H. A. 1, 2, 3, Pep Club 3, 4 Drama 4, Prom Committee 3, Chorus 1, Class Play 4. SHARON BUSCH "A quiet girl with a pleasant smile, She really makes life worth -while. " Library 3, 4, Prom Committee 3, Class Play 4. STEPHANIE CESAR "Taffy" "She's like a magnet -- attractive!" Annual Staff 4, F.H.A. 1, G.A.A. 1, Pep Club 1, Prom Com- mittee 3, Solo Ensemble Tournament 1, 2, 3,4, Forensics 2, Chorus 2, 3, 4, Second Choir 1, Science Club 2. REGINA CONDON "Jean" "She came to us a stranger, Remained with us a friend." Entered from Saint Joseph Academy Homecoming Committee 4, Camera Club 4. DONNA COPPERSMITH "Lil" "Lead me not into temptation, But show me where it is." Annual Staff 4, Journalism 4, G. A. A. 1, 2, 3, 4, Pep Club 1, 2, 3,4, Prom Committee 3, Homecoming Committee 1, 2, 3,4, Band Tournament 1, 2, 3, 4, Solo Ensemble Tournament 1, 2, 3, 4, Forensics 2, 3, 4, Band 1, 2, 3, 4, Pep Band 1, 2, 3, 4, Class Plays 3, 4, One -Act Play 1. JANE LEMEUSE " Amen! Or is it Ah Men?" Journalism 4, G.A. A. 1, Pep Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Band and Chorus Tournament 1, Forensics 2, Chorus 1. DIANNE DEPREZ "Sweetness and fun, All wrapped up in one." F.H.A. 1, 2, 3, Pep Club 3,4, Drama 4, Prom Committee 3, Forensics 2, Chorus 1, Class Play 3. DONALD DIONNE "Don" "He often burns the midnight oil, but not for studying." F.F. A. 1, 2, 3,4, Prom Committee 3, Football 1, 2, Class Plays 3,4. SHARON Dix "Dei,-h" "God bless a woman driver." Student Forum 2, 3, 4, F. H. A. 1, 2, 3, G. A. A. 1, 2, 3, 4, Latin Club 2, 3, Pep Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Drama 1, 2, 3, 4, Cheerleader 1, 3,4, Prom Committee 3, Homecoming Committee 1, 2, 3,4, Solo Ensemble Tournament 3, Chorus 2, 3, Forensics 3, 4, Second Choir 1, Science Club 4, Class Vice -President 3, Class Plays 3,4, One -Act Play 3, Badger State 3. GENE DOPKE "Joi-ly" "lt's not what you do that's wrong, It's what you get caught at. " Entered from Northwestern Prep., Watertown F.F.A. 2, 3,4, Pep Club 4, Prom Committee 3, Homecoming Committee 3, Camera Club 2. 13 PATRICIA DUFEK "Dewey" "Laugh and the world laughs with you5 Cry . . . and you wrinkle your face!" Annual Staff 45 Student Forum 35 F.H. A. 2, 35 Pep Club 1, 25 Homecoming Committee 3, 45 Chorus 25 Camera Club 15 Class Play 4. GARY EGGERT "Moonlight and roses -- Who needs roses?" Annual staff 45 Student Forum 35 Student Council 45 Chorus 15 Basketball 1, 2, 3, 45 Track 35 Baseball 45 Prom Court 3. DIANNE FELD "Life is one thing after another5 Love is two things after each other." Annual Staff 3, 45 Student Forum 3, 45 Student Council 2, 45 G. A.A. 15 Latin Club 1, 25 Pep Club 1, 25 Drama 35 Home- coming Committee 45 Band Tournament 1, 2, 3, 45 State Music Tournament 1, 2, 3, 45 Solo Ensemble Tournament 1, 2, 3, 45 Music Clinic 25 Band 1, 2, 3, 45 Pep Band 1, 2, 3,45 Second Choir 35 Camera Club 1, 2, 3, 45 Class President 45 Class Plays 3, 4. JULYD FELLOWS "I was born that way5 what's your excuse?" Annual Staff 45 Student Forum 35 F.H. A. 1, 2, 35 G. A.A. 15 Pep Club 1, 25 Prom Committee 35 Homecoming Committee ann.,-.1 an ...-1 ,-.fn 1-1 . DONALD FETT Sport "Who cares if the sun "don't" shine, I get my loving in the evening time." Annual Staff 45 Pep Club 45 Homecoming Committee 1, 25 Chorus 15 Basketball 1, 25 Track 35 Baseball 1, 2,,3, 45 Class Play 35 Prom Court 3. ELIZABETH FETT "Betty" "She reminds one of a little kitten . . . soft and affection- ate . . . but beware of her claws." Annual Staff 2, 3, 45 Student Forum 35 G. A.A. 15 Pep Club 1, 25 Drama 35 Prom Committee 35 Homecoming Committee 1, 2 3, 45 Band Tournament 1, 2, 3, 45 State Music Tournament 2, 3, 45 Solo Ensemble Tournament 1, 25 Forensics 25 Band 1, 2, 3, 45 Pep Band 1, 2, 3,45 Camera Club 2, 35 One -act Play 15 Prom Court 35 Class Play 4. GERALDINE FULP "Gerry" "Blessed are those who have nothing to say and who cannot be persuaded to say it." Library 45 Prom Committee 3, KAREN GARTZKE "Me and my Ford and . . . " Annual Staff 45 Journalism 45 Student Forum 35 F.H.A. 15 G. A. A. 15 Drama 25 Band Tournament 1, 2, 3, 45 State Music Tournament 25 Solo Ensemble Tournament 1, 2, 3, 45 Band 1, 2, 3, 45 Pep Band 1, 2, 3, 45 Camera Club 2, 35 Class Secretary 45 Class Play 4. DEAN GIETZ "Deanner" "Laugh and l'll laugh with you. Study and you'll study alone." F,F.A. 1, 25 State Judging 25 Prom Committee 35 Homecoming Committee 1, 2, 3, 45 Chorus 1. TIMOTHY HAACK "Ratsy" "Fun is like insurance, the older you get, the more it costs." Student Forum 3, 45 Lettermen's Club 3, 45 Football 1, 2, 3. 'J' GAYLE HEUER I ll marry for love, looks and money . . . the love of good looking money." Annual Staff 45 Journalism 45 Pep Club 15 Drama 35 Prom Com mittee 3 Band Tournament 1, 2, 3,45 State Music Tournament 3 Solo Ensemble Tournament 2, 3, 45 Band 2, 3, 45 Pep Band 2, 3 4 Science Club 25 Class Play 35 F.H.A. 1, 2, 35 G.A.A. 1, 2 Forensics 2. RONALD HEUER I don t stay out late at night, just early in the morning." Journalism 45 Student Council 35 Debate 25 F.F.A. 1,45 Prom Committee 35 Homecoming Committee 35 Chorus 1, 2, 35 Bas- ketball 1 2 Class President 35 Class Vice -President 45 Class Play 3 One -Act Plays 1, 35 Operetta 2, 3. DANIEL HOFFMANN "Dann" My favorite subject is social problems5 maybe because I Prom Committee 35 Homecoming Committee 45 Basketball 15 PATRICIA HOFFMANN "Swivels' All work and no play would make me a dull girl." F H A 1 Pep Club 25 Chorus 3,45 Camera Club 2, 4. DONALD HUCEK I ve found the way out of trouble is never as simple as the F F A 3 Prom Committee 35 Football 1. GARY JACOBOSKY "Swift Why should the devil have all the fun?" Debate 1 2 F.F.A. 1, 2, 3, 45 Pep Club 45 Drama 45 Prom Committee 35 Homecoming Committee 2, 3,45 Second Choir 4 Football 1, 25 Class Plays 3, 45 One -Act Plays 3, 4. DAVID HEIDMANN "The greatest men ask a foolish question now and then." Annual Staff 3, 45 Student Forum 2, 3, 45 Debate 2, 3, 45 Latin Club 35 Science Club 45 Badger State 3. JOAN HEIDMANN "The things I do are oh, so right, Except when the teacher is not in sight." Annual Staff 3, 45 Journalism 3, 45 Student Forum 3,45 F.H.A. 1, 2, 35 Pep Club 1, 2, 3, 45 Prom Committee 35 Homecoming Committee 1, 2, 3, 45 Band Tournament 15 Solo Ensemble Tournament 1, 2, 3, 45 Chorus 15 Class Plays 3, 45 Drama 4. JOHN HERBNER "HunS "I always liked school, at least the vacation part." Pep Club 3, 45 Prom Committee 35 Second Choir 15 Football 25 Prom Court 3. LARRY HERLACHE "You can't be put in jail for killing time." Homecoming Committee 25 Chorus 15 Lettermen's Club 45 Football 45 Track 3, 45 Baseball 4. 3 "Turk "Beefie CF WILLIAM IANDRIN "Bill "He 's an artist's artist5 he could outdraw Jesse James." Annual Staff 45 F.F. A. 1, 25 Pep Club 45 Class Play 45 Prom Committee 35 Homecoming Committee 45 Forensics 15 Foot- ball 2. ' LARRY JEANQUART "He has three speeds -- slow, slower and stop." F.F.A, 1, 2, 3,4. GREGORY JENERJOHN "Greg "Even the best of men can't resist temptations." Student Council 15 Pep Club 3, 45 Baseball 3,4. THOMAS .TUNIO "Tom "High school days are his delights, but they don't compare with high school nights." Annual Staff 45 Student Council 15 Pep Club 45 Prom Com- mittee 35 Homecoming Committee 1, 2, 3, 45 Lettermen's Club 45 Football 2, 3, 45 Track 3, 45 Prom King 35 F.F.A, 1, 2, 3, 4. DAVID KAMBACH "Dave" "Al1 the great men in the world are dying, and I'm not feeling so well." Annual Staff 3, 45 Student Forum 2, 3, 45 Student Council 15 Debate 15 Latin Club 1, 2, 35 Pep Club 45 Drama Club 25 Prom Committee 35 Homecoming Committee 1, 2, 3, 45 Lettermen's Club 3,45 Football 1, 2, 3, 45 Track 35 Basketball 1, 25 Class President 15 Forensics 25 Class Plays 3, 45 Homecoming Court 1. TOM KOEBERL "Kabe" "l'm the kind of a boy my mother Won't let me play with." Prom Committee 35 Homecoming Committee 1, 2, 3, 45 Football l 15 Track 45 Baseball 4. BARBARA KOHLBECK "Barb" "The day is long and dreary but ah, the night!" Annual Staff 1, 3, 45 Journalism 1, 2, 3, 45 Student Forum 3, 45 F.H.A. 1, 2, 35 Pep Club 1, 2, 3, 45 Cheerleader 1, 35 Drama Club 1, 2, 3, 45 Prom Committee 35 Homecoming Committee 1, 2, 3, 45 Solo Ensemble Tournament 2, 35 Forensics 25 Chor- us 1, 2, 3, 45 Class Plays 3, 45 G. A. A. 1. DENNIS KOSTICHKA "Charlie" "A specialist in the philosophy of mischief." F.F.A, 1, 2, 3,45 Pep Club 3,45 Prom Committee 35 Home- coming Committee 1, 2, 3, 45 Football 1, 25 Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4. JUDITH KOSTICHKA "Judi" "l'I'l'1 the thinkingest thinker that ever thunk. " Annual Staff 3, 45 Journalism 45 Student Forum 3,45 F.H. A. 1, 2, 35 Latin Club 2, 35 Drama Club 2, 3,45 Prom Committee 35 Homecoming Committee 2, 35 Forensics 1, 2, 3,45 State Forensics 1, 25 Chorus 25 Second Choir 15 Camera Club 45 Class Play 35 One -Act Play 1. TOM KRAMER "Remark" "A man usually feels better after a few winks, especially if she winks back." F.F. A. 1, 3, 45 Pep Club 45 Homecoming Committee 45 Letter- men's Club 2, 3,45 Football 1, 2, 3, 45 Basketball 15 Baseball 1, 2, 3, 45 One -Act Play 15 Homecoming Court 45 Class Play 4. 1 fs 5 1 V r ,I .QB':.'5v,,.g:. . . . ,Q f .3 shi ROLAND KRAUSE "Buck "I meant to do my work today, but . . .. Camera Club 2, 35 Class Secretary 3. ROBERT KRUEGER "Bob "I'm just a good little man in a big naughty world." F.F.A. 1, 3, 45 Homecoming Committee 45 Chorus 1. DALE LA CROSSE "Red "In my desk my books do lie, They are at rest and so am I." Chorus 15 Class Play 4. DAVID LE CLOUX "Luke "I am perfectly willing to believe that you are wrong and that I am right." Student Forum 35 Student Council 25 Latin Club 2, 35 Prom Committee 35 Homecoming Committee 1, 2, 3, 45 Forensics 45 Lettermen's Club 2, 3, 45 Football 1, 2, 3, 45 Basketball 1, 25 Track 3, 45 Class President 25 One -Act Play 45 Class Play 45 Badger State 35 Prom Court 3. LOIS LE DOCQ "Lu' "I'm learning a lot, but school interferes." Student Council 45 Pep Club 1, 2, 3, 45 Drama Club 45 Prom Committee 35 Homecoming Committee 1, 2, 3, 45 Solo Ensem- ble Tournament 3, 45 Forensics 1, 2, 3, 45 Chorus 3,45 Class Plays 3, 45 Homecoming Court 1. LAWRENCE LEIST " Ear1" "For Satan finds some mischief still . . . For Larry's idle hands to fill." Prom Committee 35 Homecoming Committee 1, 2, 3, 45 Letter- men's Club 3, 45 Football 1, 25 Track 3,45 Class Vice -President 25 Class Play 3, 4. DALE LE MENSE "The challenge of the unknown is man's greatest incentive to discovery and knowledge." Entered from St. Nazian Annual Staff 45 Journalism 3, 45 Latin Club lg Pep Club 45 Prom Committee 35 Homecoming Committee 2, 3,45 Forensics 2, 35 State Forensics 25 Class Plays 3, 45 Camera Club 25 One- Act Flay 4. DIANNE LUEDTKE "Seems a quiet little lass, Until you see her out of class." F. H. A. 15 Drama Club 35 Library Club 45 Solo Ensemble Tournament 3, 45 Chorus 1, 3, 4. CAROL LUKES "A quiet girl -- but quite a girl." Student Forum 35 F.H. A. 15 Homecoming Committee 45 Solo Ensemble Tournament 3, 45 Forensics'25 Chorus 2, 3, 45 Class Plays 3, 4. GARY MAEDKE "Gar" "Full of vim and vitality, With a touch of rascality. " F.F.A. 1, 2, 35 Homecoming Committee 15 Chorus 1. 17 qxri' rl. SHARON MALLIEN "Sharie "Another book have I closed, another I open which is the book of Future." F.H. A. 1, 2, 35 Library Club 45 Chorus 1, 25 Class Play 4, CLAIRE MATUSZAK "Often seen but seldom heard." F.H. A. 1, 2, 35 Pep Club 45 Drama Club 45 Prom Committee 35 Forensics 25 Chorus 15 Class Play 4. PATRICIA NAZE V "Pat "If you are a live wire, you'll never get stepped on." Journalism 2, 3, 45 Student Forum 3, 45 Debate 15 G. A. A. 1, 2, 3, 45 Pep Club 1, 2,45 Drama Club 45 Prom Committee 35 Homecoming Committee 1, 2, 3,45 Chorus 15 Second Choir 25 Class Plays 3, 45 Homecoming Court 4. ROGER NELSON "Rodder "To think that there was a time when he was shy. " F.F. A. 1, 25 Chorus 1. SHARON OLMSTEAD "When a girl puts her best foot forward it's probably in hopes of tripping a man." Annual Staff 35 Journalism 45 F.H.A. 1, 25 G.A.A. 1, 2, 45 Pep Club 1, 2, 45 Library Club 2, 35 Homecoming Committee 1, 25 Chorus Tournament 15 Forensics 25 Chorus 15 Science Club 25 Class Plays 3, 45 One -Act Play 1. GARY OLSON "Alger" "I came, I bluffed, I graduated, I think." Drama Club 25 Prom Committee 35 Homecoming Committee 1, 2, 3, 45 Football 1, 2, 35 Class Secretary 25 Class Plays 3, 45 One -Act Plays 3, 4. WILLIAM PAPLHAM "Puppy" "School will do when duck hunting is through." Annual Staff 45 Pep Club 45 Homecoming Committee 45 Lettermen's Club 45 Football 1, 25 Track 3, 45 Class Play 4. JAMES PATZLAFF "PutZy" "I was once caught studying, but I've almost lived down the disgrace. " Prom Committee 35 Homecoming Committee 35 Chorus 15 Class Play 4. DENNIS PAUL "Denny" "I can stop anything that comes my way -- except a woman. " Pep Club 45 Football 1, 25 Basketball 1. ROBERT PAVLAT "Bob" "Don't study your lesson -- lessen your study." F.F.A. 1, 2, 3,45 Football 1. 18 A., u J ,, A 39' Y MARK PEOT "Tang "Delayed -- up to his neckin' work." Annual Staff 4, Student Forum 3, Drama Club 2, Prom Com- mittee 3, Homecoming Committee 1, 2, 3, Lettermen's Club 2, 3, 4, Football 1, 2, 3, 4, Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4, Track 3, 4, Class Play 3, One -Act Play 2. MARGARET PERRY "Maggie "I'll argue though the point be small, you can't let the teachers say it all." Annual Staff 2, 3, 4, Journalism 3, 4, Student Forum 2, 3, 4, Debate 3, 4, G. A.A. 1, Latin Club 1, 2, Pep Club 1, Drama Club 3, 4, Prom Committee 3, Homecoming Committee 1, 2, 3, 4, Accompanist for Band and Solo Ensemble Tournament 1, 2, 3, 4, Second Choir 3,4, Class Plays 3, 4. ANNA PPETERS "To know her is to like her. " F.H.A. 3. PAUL PFLUGI-IOEFT "lf at first you don't succeed, give up." F.F.A. 1, 2, 3, 4, Chorus 1, Football 1. DIANNE PIETTE "Don't worry -- it shortens your life. " Annual Staff 4, Journalism 1, 2, 4, G. A. A. 1, 2, Pep Club 1, 2, Drama Club 3, Prom Committee 3, Homecoming Committee 1, 2, 3, Forensics 1, 2, Chorus 1, Second Choir 3, Camera Club 1, 2, 3, Class Treasurer 4, Class Plays 3, 4. CAROLYN RANKIN "Do unto others as though you were the others." F.H.A. 1, 2, Pep Club 4, Chorus 1. SHIRLEY REINHART "When she smiles at you, you can't help smiling back." Journalism 4, F.H.A. 2, Pep Club 4, Drama Club 4, Prom Committee 3, Homecoming Committee 4, Chorus 1, 3,4, Camera Club 1, 2, 3, 4. DANIEL ROPSON "Edsel, Ir. " "My cycle and I understand each other." Annual Staff 4, Pep Club 4, Prom Committee 3, Second Choir 1, Class Treasurer 3, Prom Court 3. RICHARD RYE "Dick" "There is only one like him in captivity." Annual Staff 4, Homecoming Committee 2, 3, 4, Band Tourna- ment 4, Band 4, Pep Band 4, Chorus 1, Track 3, 4, Science Club 2, 3. KAREN SCHABOW "Schultzie" "Kissing may be unsanitary, but I can't think of a nicer way to meet a germ." Annual Staff 4, Journalism 4, F.H.A. 1, G.A.A. 1, 3, Pep Club 1, Cheerleader 1, Homecoming Committee 1, 2, 3, 4, Band Tournament 1, 2, 3, 4, State Music Tournament 2, 3, Solo En- semble Tournament 1, 2, Forensics 2, Band 1, 2, 3, 4, Pep Band 1, 2, 3, 4, Band Council 2, Class Play 4. 19 KATHY SCI-ILISE "Ten times I fell in love . . . nine times I fell out. " Annual Staff 4, Journalism 1, 2, 3, 4, Student Forum 2, 3, Latin Club 2, 3, Pep Club 1, Drama Club 1, Prom Committee 3, Homecoming Committee 1, 3, 4, Chorus 1. SUZANNE SCHLISE "If lhad the wings of an angel, they'd look silly on me anyhow. " Annual Staff 1, 3, 4, Journalism 1, 2, 3, 4, Student Forum 2, 3, 4, F.H.A. 1,2,3, Latin Club 3, Pep Club 1, Drama Club 1, Prom Committee 3, Homecoming Committee 1, 2, 3, 4, Band Tournament 2, 3, 4, Solo Ensemble Tournament 3, Forensics 1, 2, Band 2, 3, 4, Pep Band 2, 3, 4, Class Plays 3, 4, Badger State 3, Prom Court 3. PAT SCHMILING "Love stole into her heart one day -- just came for a visit and decided to stay. " Journalism 4, Library 2, 3,4, Prom Committee 3, Homecoming Committee 4, Chorus 1, Prom Court 3. JANE SCHNEIDER "The mildest of manners, the kindest of hearts." Annual Staff 4, Journalism 4, Library 3, 4, Chorus Tournament 1, Forensics 2, Chorus 1. "Suzie" DONNA SEIDL "lt's nice to be natural when one is naturally nice." F.H. A. 2, 3, Drama Club 4, Homecoming Committee 4, Class Play 4. JEAN SHAW " Blondy" "If all the world were as sweet as she, What a wonderful place this world would be." Annual Staff 4, Journalism 4, G. A. A. 1, Pep Club 2, 3, 4, Band Tournament 1, Forensics 2, Chorus 1, Camera Club 1, Prom Court 3. TOM STANGEL "Casey' "Alas, my bus days are over." Chorus 1. MARILYN STAY "She's pretty in two ways" pretty nice and pretty apt to stay that way. " Journalism 4, F.H.A. 1, 3, Pep Club 2, 3, 4, Library Club 2, Prom Committee 3, Homecoming Committee 4, Camera Club 2, Class Play 4. JERRY STRUCK "Jug' "Gods gift to the squirrels. " Drama Club 1, 2, 3, Prom Committee 3, Homecoming Com- mittee 1, 3, 4, Forensics 1, 2, 3, 4, Camera Club 4, Class Plays 3, 4, One -Act Play 1. BARBARA TLACHAC "Jez' "A kiss is like happiness -- it's better to give it away." Annual Staff 2, 3, 4, Journalism 1, 2, 3, 4, Student Forum 3, 4, Student Council 3, 4, F.H. A. 1, 2, 3, Latin Club 3, Pep Club 2, Prom Committee 3, Homecoming Committee 2, 3, 4, State Music Tournament 2, 3, 4, Solo Ensemble Tournament 2, 3, 4, Forensics 2, 3, 4, State Forensics 2, Chorus 2, 3, 4, Class Vice- President 1, Class Plays 3, 4, Home coming Court 2, Prom Court 3. 20 ANTHONY WENDRICKS "Lucy' "Figures fascinate me, I can sit and watch them go by for hours." Prom Committee 3, Homecoming Committee 1, 2, 3,4, Let- termen's Club 2, 3, 4, Football 1, 2, 3, 4, Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4, Track 3,4, Baseball 1, 2, 3,43 Class Treasurer 2, Homecoming Court 3. CAROL WERNER "Oh, how I love to dance." Annual Staff 4, Journalism 4, F.H. A. 1, 2, 3, Library Club 2, 3, 4, Prom Committee 3, Homecoming Committee 3, 4, Chor- us 4, Second Choir 3, Class Plays 3, 4. LEONARD WILLEMS, IR, "Len' "God bless the man who first invented sleep." Pep Club 3, 4, Homecoming Committee 1, 2, 3, Football 1, 2, 3 JOHANNA WOLFERT "IOJ0' "Boys interest me, for some odd reason!" Annual Staff 4, Journalism 4, F.H.A. 1, 2, 3, Library Club 2, 3, 4, Prom Committee 3. DENNIS YOUNK "TuSker" "Some say he's quiet, others know him." Homecoming Committee 2, 3, Lettermen's Club 2, 3, 4, Foot- ball 1, 2, 3, Basketball 1, Track 3, One -Act Play 4. SUSAN ZIMMER "Suzie' "Talk is so cheap, I get my money's worth." Annual Staff 4, Journalism 4, G. A.A. 1, 2, Pep Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Cheerleader 1, Prom Committee 3, Homecoming Committee 1, 2, 3, 4, Forensics 2, Class Play 3. 21 JAMES URBAN Otto "I stuck my head in the oven Now Ihave a baked bean Student Forum 2 3 Pep Club 4 Homecoming Committee 2 ROSE MARY VANDEVELD Rosle "Eat, drink and be merry for tomorrow we have a test Annual Staff4 Journalism 4 F H A 1 2 G A A 1 Pep Club 1, 2, 3 4 Library 1 2 Prom Committee 3 Forensics 2 Prom Court 3 5- ROGER WALTER Ro "Be it work or play he s a good fellow 111 every way F.F.A. 1,2 3 4 Forensics 1 2 ANN WAUTLET "A necessary lngredient for a barrel of fun Annual Staff4 Student Forum 2 G A A 1 Latin Club 1 2 Q Pep Club 1 Prom Committee 3 Band Tournament 1 2 3 4 S., State Music Tournament 1 2 4 Solo Ensemble Tournament 1, 2, 3,4, Forensics 2 Band 1 2 3 4 Pep Band 1 2 3 4 Camera Club 3 Class Plays 3 4 One Act Play 1 SOPHOMORE CLASS OFFICERS Kathy Kohlbeck . ....... 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Sue Mraz and John Cesar reigned at Homecoming. One-Act Play Contest took place. Teachers attended Wisconsin Edu- cation Association meeting at Milwaukee. Ella Jenkins presented a lyceum. Thanksgiving vacation began. Career Day was held at Kewaunee. Senior Class presented "The Imag- inary Invalid. " O. G. Fitzgerald discussed the potentials of the mind. Band and Chorus entertained at the Christmas concert. Christmas vacation started at 2:30. Project Mercury was discussed. Semester Exams were given. Dianne Feld received DAR award. Vocal-aires sang at A. H.A. Sophomores sponsored Turnabout. Teachers beaten by Packers in scholarship benefit game. Seniors sponsored Valentine Ball. Oscar Gren presented a lyceum. Regional Basketball Tournament was held at Algoma. Local forensic contest was held. Solo-Ensemble Music Festival was held at Abbot Pennings. Juniors presented "Great Caesar's Ghost." Youth Club sponsored Science Fair. Bob Wood entertained at lyceum. Teachers met at Sheboygan. Easter vacation began at 2:30. Spring Music Concert was pre- sented. Abbot Pennings was host to Con- cert Music Festival. State Music Festival was held at Madison. Class trips were taken. Junior Prom was social high-light. Commencement for the Class of 1963. SENIOR SCHOLARSHIP HONORS VALEDICTORIAN--Suzanne Schlise SALUTATORIANS--David Heidmann David LeCloux .,.., iii tim-at I , xV..,. ,,,,,., 41 rs MAGAZINE SALES WINNERS--TOP ROW: V. I. Brann, J. Heidmann, J. Shaw. BAND STAFF-- SECOND ROW: D. Hoffmann, M. Bero, D. Andre, T. DuPont. MUSIC CLINIC--STANDING J. Heidmann, B. Granius, K. Koss, M. Bero, D. Feld. SEATED: l. Wolske, J. Hall, D. Andre. SCHOLARSHIP KEYS--Suzanne Schlise, 50 David Heidmann and David LeCloux. ,gen 0 5 'Q Wk J.. tx if 1 f S -33:-Qi '- 'Qi el' ' X ,fix X x 2' Q.- Mkiif . iw . X get QYQ1 ' .vi gfiiikxb . , . -.,...f-"' .Q , gp:-f .1 , ffkif A Q, . ",?'5,fT1 7 . J, Jw.. . gi A ', . at 1 i , -f .", I yin- f ' . .' 4 ' .fy h"' " ,WH-.I ,mf . gf M in ,, ' 2 V ., ' sg ' 1 fp' i ,Qs "' "1 4 'S -' - S- . 1 ' W I a , , i,,.. 0 by , 5 -. lg i f 'Zigi f ' W1 pw if 2 I4 . "' .- in . lf Q Q ' ' K' QQ: WV rj, W. . t Q Q, fr' 5 Ms, I 3 .r wwf, " I M., .,, ,,,., - 5 ,f ,XM , . ,. N 4 at , X 4, 4 Z' I .. , , M5 W . U X I V ' J ANNUAL STAFF--TOP ROW: W. Jandrin, G. Marquardt, C. Lienau, I. Anderson, T. Junio, D. Rye, T. Wend- ricks, M. Peot, G. Eggert, W. Paplham, D. Kambach, D. Ropson. FOURTH ROW: E. Nilsen, K. Schabow, G. Heuer, C. Stiehl, J. Stephenson, J. Wolfert, M. Mehlin, E. Fett, B. Granius, J. Fellows, B. Fellows, N. Fellows, THIRD ROW: P. Schmiling, P. Dufek, I. Hunsader, P. Hein, K. Schlise, C. Charles, A. Wautlet, S. Cesar, D. Girard, J. Kostichka, J. Tlachac, J. Wolske, B. Kohlbeck. SECOND ROW: R. Vandeveld, L. Guth, B. Tlachac, D. Andre, C. Maedke, J, Heidmann, S. Zimmer, E. Wiesner, E.Columb, J. Mraz, C. Werner, S. Busch, N. Dart, D. Coppersmith. FIRST ROW: D. Heidmann, R. Rve, D. LeMense, Miss Higgins, D. Feld, K. Gartzke, S. Schlise, D. Piette. Headlmea Set, Qieadlmea Met Annual Staff officers rose to the occasion and endeavored to record for your pleasure the 1962-'63 school year, with help from the appointed staff and Miss Higgins, adviser. Dianne Feld, editor: with her assistants K. Gartzke, D. Heidmann, D. Piette, S. Schliseg and business managers R. Rye and D. LeMense wish to express appreciation and thanks to all who helped to make the 1963 "Scroll" a success. Skdled at 7mm4wn Resolved: "That the United States Should Adopt a Policy of Reciprocal Free Trade with Non-Communist Nations" was the topic nine debaters discussed under Mr. Duvel's direction. They journeyed to Kaukauna. Two Rivers, and Green Bay East for practice debates and on February 2 to East De Pere for the State Tourna- ment. The squad gave discussions for various civic groups in Algoma, and they appeared on T.V. to discuss both sides of high school problems. Officers included: Dave Heidmann, President: Bob Kofler, Vice-President: Margaret Perry, Secre- tary: and Jane Wolske, Treasurer. DEBATE--STANDING: J. Wolske, R. Nesemann, T. Secorsky, D. Heidmann, Mr. Duvel. SEATED: E. Nilsen, B Bisely, M. Perry, R. Jirtle, M. Reinert. I. Pagel, M. Prust, L. Hall. fag, K 0 0 ,fr s -. 1 S s , 1 ' r Q SCHOOL DAZE--TOP ROW: C. Zastrow, B. Nilsen, D. Kambach, N. Gates, M. Mehlin, L. Schmiling. J. Wol- fert, M. Wautlet, P. Timble, D. Yanda, J. Schneider, K. Schabow, G. Heuer, E. Fett, B. Granius, S. Schlise. FOURTH ROW: C. Lukes, I. Shaw, L. Varga, P. Rlye, R. Heuer, P. Van Price, L. Detjen, P. Hein, J. Hunsader, J. Kostichka, D. Girard, P. Schmiling, L. Buechner, B. Heller, S. Stillwell, C. Werner. THIRD ROW: K. Kohl- beck, M. Stay, V. Williams, L. Guth, S. Zimmer, I. Hall, L. Bauers, J. Wolske, C. Schmidt, P. Berger, I. Phillips, B. Kohlbeck, S. Olmstead, G. Melchior, K. Gartzke, D. Andre. SECOND ROW: D. Coppersmith, R. Soucek, L. Burmeister, D. Ropson, W. Wolske, N. Novak, R.Thiry, R. Vandeveld, J. DeMeuse, C. Maedke, I. Gunnlaugsson, S. Reinhart, K. Kirchman, P. Naze, P. Busch. FHQST ROW: Mr. Wilbert, Miss Burns, D. LeMense B. Tlachac, I. Heidmann, K. Schlise, D. Piette, W. Jandrin, Mrs. Rankin, Mrs. Waterstreet. Know 75414 From Gm to Sm Many a busy day has been spent by journalism tered in the 1962 School Press Project, a contest spon- members during the past year to get out nine issues sored by the Anti-Tuberculosis Association. of the school paper "Schoo1 Daze." Reporting the The reports were under the direction of Co- news and writing up feature articles and sports were Editors Margaret Perry and Joan Heidmann, News only part of the work of the sixty members of the Editor was Sue Schliss: Features, Betty Fettg Sports, staff. They also did the work connected with setting Barb Tlachacp and art, Dale LeMense. Faculty Ad- up and distributing the paper. visers were Mrs. Rankin, Miss Burns, Mr. Van Egeren, The December issue of "Schoo1 Daze" was en- Mrs. Waterstreet, and Mr. Wilbert. SCHOOL DAZE OFFICERS--TOP ROW: MIS. Rankin, Mr. Wilbert, B. Tlac- hac, S. Schlise, L. Burmeister, L. Buechner, Miss Burns, Mrs. Waterstreet. FLRST ROW: D. LeMense, M. Perry, J. Heidmann,E. Fett. JVNAI 36 4 7 I.,c.,.i,, x f I 1 A fn, , , 'rx V HRH 'Wx .4 1 K. yvjx ' if , 4 f ef fem I 'A' M? f n 1 , ' , X f u , X -W ! . f V XA fs:B'f4uL Q , 4 ff Y ,L 'Y 3 Q Ll W W . , , . ,,,ik-www H Q., 42 'X XR My X 'V 5 . ,sm ' , K-. Q E, Q ' 'fy Y - . fi XL 'W 0 . xy X ag! tx b I ij 4.-l 'VL-. Y MXXS 'I' in-'M A NX ri nf' WN . 'WL Q ' L W fu 'A Wm, ' A' 'I X J, , HM? , .J ' - , Q 2 gh ,WE 1 J'. LU X 4 f, ,., 1 f" 1 .f st 4, 6 X C it V2 gl ,. 'Fi I A' T , 3' I ff, X Q X fav ',.,. Aff ,fi ' -, g 2 ,. X 3 ' Q 92 W I ' 1 kg ', Q f at , 'P X- . "'WA: A M- ,,f57MvCe , f ' . x ' , Ti, 2563, N' A ' fy f ' V ,- an 'iff rw .' U V, X , ,J-Q A , Q J f K V A 5 -2, Qi 'fm QE' gg M- if ig V if if 6 'Y ,., Wm x'4M'++ F? I v X 'w 'EBM Z f ,Mn 5. fe 4, SN g,,,M,,, I ,X .. 39' 'M Q rw N E 'QW . ,+"g: fi ' AY A ' ' 'Lf -wi kg: 'ww ' W 4 k,hh N 1 "' -- lib Ai' Q gif' E 'gk B W A i .5 X f X7 ZX ' I - 4 . gf ' Q Q Q XX I H 'fi di ifi'i5"Q'Q"QQ"'Q T - f H f M m in ' mi mm , ML. M iii Q 52 l If 1.7 CHORUS -- TOP ROW: D. Rodrian, M. Reinert, A. Olson, R. Koch, C. Englebert, D. Krueger, G. Magle, G. Jacobosky, B. Bellin, G. Albertson. THIRD ROW: J. Tlachac, S. Wiesner, S. Bucholtz, S. Pavlik, P. Timble, E. Nilsen, L. Kostichka, T. Hoffmann, N. Wiesner, D. Girard. SECOND ROW: B. Kohlbeck, L. Bauers, G. Delfosse, C. Lukes, M. Bero, D. Viste, S. Cesar, W. Wolske, G. Kostichka. FIRST ROW: Mr. Klimko, S. Reinhart, D. Luedtke, C. Maedke, L. Guth, C. Werner, B. Tlachac, 9 at flcwrwaq Senior Band, with forty-five members, is an active group. A Christmas and Spring Concert, fol- lowed by the never-to -be -forgotten Music Festival, were high points of the year. A. H.S. Band is headed by Mr. Radtke, direc- tor, D. Andre, President, E. Wiesner, Vice-President, B. Granius, Secretary-Treasurer. Classes were re- presented by S. Schlise, E. Columb, M. J. Blahnik and C. Slaby. The thirty -six Pep Band members promoted much school spirit at games. Band majorette, Diane Andre, led the marching at school events. J. LeCloux, S. Sibilsky, L. LeDocq, P. Busch. joined an Song Chorus, under the direction of Mr. Klimko, elected as officers of the forty member group, Barbara Tlachac, President, Lois LeDocq, Vice- President and Cheryl Maedke, Secretary-Treasurer. The organization aimed to promote cooperation, greater appreciation and new vocal techniques. Besides the Christmas and Spring Contests, the Festival at DePere highlighted the year. Special events included Christmas caroling and a picnic. STAFF -- TOP ROW: P. Busch, P. CHOIR COUNCIL -- B. Tlachac, L. LeDocq, P. Busch, L. Guth, Hoffmann, L. Bauers, J. LeCloux. C. Maedke, S. Cesar, S. Wiesner. SEATED: C. Maedke, B. Bellin. va O if N! L i SECOND CHOIR--TOP ROW: D. Guth, D. Harmann, L. Rankin, C. Stiehl, C. Benes, M. Bohman, A. Seidl, B. Bisely. I. Patzlaff, T. Berger, C. Hucek, W. Detjen, R. Nesemann, R. Bellin, J. Griese, D. Hettiger, J. Kam- bach. THIRD ROW: W. Schmidt, A. Wautlet, J. Entringer, J. Haack, T. Secorsky, R. Benz, J. Pagel, T. Rom- denne, D. Haach, J. Rodrian, J. Clark, F. Pavlik, J. Rush, G. Schlorf, D. Naze. SECOND ROW: L. Konkel, J. Holub, M. Stay,C. Appel, L. Schneider, C. Hoppe, S. Krause, J. Wolske, L. Groh, S. Dettmann, P. Pfile, S. Koss, M. Dachelet, N. Novak, B. Gunnlaugsson, E. Berger. FIRST ROW: Mr. Klimko, L. Varga, G. Dufek, K. Delveaux, D. Brandt, K. Dufek, J. Monfils, S. Lardinois, P. McCosky, N. Bosdech, L. Detjen, R. Carmody, P. Kostichka, R. Villers, M. Blaha, A. Hoffmann, E. Columb. Get mtv Me Swwq PEP CLUB--TOP ROW: P. Timble, J. Jerabek, D. Paul, B. Paplham, D. LeMense, J. Herbner, D. Fett, D. Ropson, T. Junio, D. Kostichka, T. Kramer, L. Willems, G. Dopke, B. Jandrin, B. Bellin, G. Jenerjohn, G. Jacobosky, J. Urban, C. Anderson, J. Zirbel, S. Pavlik. FIFTH ROW: V. Langer, S. Wiesner, C. Jorgenson, S. Dandois, C. Bau mann, L. Detjen, E. Nilsen, N. Fellows, M. J. Blahnik, D. Yanda, C. DeNamu.r, C. Pfughoeft, J. Monfils, S. Lardinois, C. Zastrow, P. McCosky, B. Fellows,S. Bisely, J. Hunsader, C. Charles, S. Srillwell, D. Heuer, N. Wiesner. FOURTH ROW: C. Schmidt, Mary Bero, Marcy Bero, P. Kostichka, J. Shaw, S. Olmstead, G. Melchior S. Ackerman, K. Delveaux, L. Fett, S. Mraz, A. Hoffmann, R. Carmody,S. Deprey, P. Rye, D. Soucek, G. Del- fosse, K, Dufek, M. Baum, J. Brietlow, J, Phillips, L. Schneider, S. Andregg, M, Poet, K. Kirchman. THIRD ROW: Mrs. McKenna, C. Appel, C. Bathke, D. Deprez, M. Stay. J. DeMeuse, R. Villers, C. Hoppe, M. Bohman, J. Jenerjohn, J. Holdorf, D. Boucher, S. Dix, J. Omeyla, C. Clark, K. Kohlbeck, B. Kohlbeck, J. Heidmann, P. Berger, J. Mraz, B. LeMense, S. Stika, S. Kaus, L. Burmeister, S. Reinhart, C. Matuszak, N. Nobsk, L, Groh, P. Vandeveld, M. Molle. SECOND ROW: P. Busch, R. Soucek, H. Sibilsky, E. Berger, M. Dachelet, D. Ropson, M. A. Mickelson, M. Stay, S. Sibi1sky,B. Becker, L. LeDocq, C. Maedke, S. Pommier, S. Kohlbeck, V. Williams, B. Gunnlaugsson, L, Guth, J. LeCloux, P. Naze, S. Bauers. FIRST ROW: M. Mehlin, S. Zimmer, K. Zima, L. Hall, J. Mraz, E. Columb, T. Hoffmann,S. Dix, P. Hein, E. Wiesner, K. Koss, C. Slaby, N. Dart, R. Vandeveld, D. Coppersmith. fi? S Q'- ii' i if 91. Q 5 0 I Q U , ri H ' T 'iff X in 4 1 v - f 1 nf 1. nf J Q , 1 ' fix ,gg is r I tl :ar G. A.A.--TOP ROW: I. Kostka, M. Baum, C. Charles, S. Stillwell, N. Gates, E. Nilsen, P. McCosky, S. Dix, S. Wiesner, N. Haack, M. Bohman. FOURTH ROW: I. Ienerjohn, G. Melchior, S. Ackerman, K. Delveaux, L. Ha1l,C. Zastrow, S. Olmstead, A. Hoffmann, M. Peot, C. Schmidt, J. Mraz. THIRD ROW: I. Novak, S. Sibilsky, S. Stika, N. Novak,S. Krause, S. Kohlbeck, C. Slaby, K. Koss, J. Wolske, J. LeCloux, I. Mraz. SECOND ROW: K. Kirchman, E. Berger, B. Becker, D. Ropson, M. Dachelet, B. LeMense, M. Mickelson, S. Naze, K. Zima, N. Dart, H. Sibilsky. FIRST ROW: Mrs. McKenna, R. Soucek, E. Wiesner, J, Hall, L. Detjen, D. Copersmith, P. Fifty-one members of the Girls' Athletic Associa- The Lettermen's Club began the year with ten Hein, M. Novak, P. Naze. tion met to reach new goals in skill and fair play in sports. Soccer, speedball, volleyball, basketball, trampoline, tumbling, and bicycling were some of the activities. Officers were D. Coppersmith, President: L. Detjen, Vice-President: I. Hall, Secretary: P. Hein, Treasurer: E. Wiesner, sports Head: and M. Novak, Point Secretary. Mrs. McKenna was the adviser. members. Officers chosen were David LeCloux, Presi- dent: Tony Wendricks, Vice-President: and David Kambach, Secretary-Treasurer. The Advisers were Mr. Van Egeren and Mr. Sroda. Activities of the Club were the initiation of new members at a dance on January 4, Lettermen 's Ban- quet, and the awarding of trophies to the most out- standing player in football, basketball, baseball and track. LETTERMEN'S CLUB--TOP ROW: T. Kramer, T. Junio, M. Wautlet, D. Younk, L. Herlache, D. Wenz, D. Rye, W. Paplham. THIRD ROW: R. Rye, R. Antonneau, G. Marquardt, T. DuPont, J. Heidmann, J. Fett, C. Lienau J. Charles. SECOND ROW: R. Charles, L. Schmiling, J. Pavlick, J. Serrahn, L. Leist, J. Cesar, T. Haach, R. Wierichs, D. Biar. FIRST ROW: G. Heidmann, R. Graf, D. Parins, D. Kambach, D. LeCloux, T. Wendricks, M. Peot, P. Van Price, Coach Van Egeren. 'f rl! - - , N1 5 ,Q g, p ,s A fi F.F.A.--TOP ROW: M. Bohman, J. Hucek, D. Rye, D. Kostichka, J. Schuch, R. Peterson, T. Iunio, L. Schmil- ing, R. Lawrence, T. Blahnik, S. Gunnlaugsson. FOURTH ROW: R. Neuzil, B. Glander, J. Braun, J. Steiner, D. Wessel, R. Walters, K. Herlache, J. Buege, C. Hucek, A. Seidl, G. Criese. THIRD ROW: J. Alexander, I. Sou- cek, R. Krueger, L. Rankin, P. Pflughoeft, G. Dopke, B. Bellin, G. lacobosky, R. Pavlat, C. Shaw, B. Wierichs, M. Teske. SECOND ROW: D. Rodrian, F. Pavlik, W. Deprez, D. l-laack, L. Schlorf, B. Bellin, D. Bosdech, R. Schuster, P. Olmstead, L. Wessel, T. Prust. FIRST ROW: J. Feld, A. Olson, W. Raether, T. Kramer, L. Schies- ser, R. Heuer, D. Dionne, Mr. Koss. Uwmq 7om0fuww'4 leadm The Algoma Chapter of the Future Farmers of America, composed of fifty-eight members, elected T. Kramer, Presidentg L. Schiesser, Vice-President: A. Olson, Secretaryg W. Raether, Treasurer, R. Heuer, Reporter: D. Dionne, Sentinel: J. Feld, Chap- lain. Mr. Koss was the Adviser. Leadership events of the chapter included par- ticipation in the local, county, and state fair exhibi- tions, Northeastern Livestock Show, state judging con- test, officer training school, Green Lake Convention, Junior Dairymen's Association State Convention, lo- cal and district speaking contests, and Public Service Scholarship Essay Contest. xflf, 'A Principal projects for the year were the Annual Parent-Son Banquet, a rat and mouse campaign, cal- endar sale, certified seed sale, planting of 5, O00 re- forestation trees, and adult welding class, Christmas dance, Red Cross Campaign, and a trip to Detroit and Canada. Special achievements and awards were a Second National F.F.A. Chapter Award, and two top ratings in showmanship for hogs and cattle in Kewaunee County for the seventh consecutive year. Mr. Koss was chosen by the National People to People Associa- tion as one of the good will ambassadors to Europe and the Soviet Union during the summer of 1962. Jiri: . is P S X Q 38 C7 V llllllwyi' F.H.A.--TOP ROW: D. Brandt, C. Charles, N. Fellows, M. Kostichka, J. Hunsader, D. Girard, N. Bosdech, S. Dandois, D. Heuer. FOURTH ROW: L. Detjen, C. Baumann, C. Jorgenson, Marcy Bero, B. Heller, M. J. Bkaha, N. Haack, J. Breitlow, K. Koss. THIRD ROW: I. Jenerjohn, P. Berger, C. Clark, S. Kohlbeck, P. Kostickha, G. Dufek, M. Baum, J. Kostka, J. Jandrin. SECOND ROW: Miss Cooper, S. Dix, T. Bero, S. Koss, J. Cmeyla, D. Bouche, G. Kostichka, J. Holub, J. Gunnlaugsson, E. Berger, B. Becker, C. Bathke. FIRST ROW: Mary Bero, E. Columb, T. Hoffmann, E. Wiesner, J. Tlachac, L. Guth, D. Viste, P. Busch. Wafuimg Tfowmd Wear JL,0fl160M Under the supervision of the new home econom- ics teacher, Miss Cooper, the F.H.A. began a program of revision and increased activity. In addition to the annual spring trip, a tea for the teachers, a UNICEF drive, and an FHA-FFA Christmas party, tray favors were prepared for the hospital, a party was given for orphans, and a mother-daughter banquet was held in conjunction with the initiation of new members and installation of new officers. These, as well as all the other activities, were aimed at fulfilling the club's motto "Toward New Horizons." There were eight-four members under the direc tion of Emy Wiesner, President: Terri Hoffman, Vice- President: Elaine Columb, Secretary: Joanne Tlachac, Treasurer: Linda Guth, Reporter, Mary Bero, Histor- ian, and Diana Viste, Parliamentarian. F.H.A.--TOP ROW: D. Yanda, B. Nilsen, M. Mehlin, P. Timble, J. Zirbel, C. Pflughoeft, J. Monfils, P. McCoskey, L. Nell, C. Zastrow. THIRD ROW: N. Novak, M. Seidl, R. Villers, K. Dufek, St Wiesner, L. Lardinois, S. Stillwell, B. Shields, M. Wessel, M. Peot. SECOND ROW: S. Stika, B. LeMense, K. Stay, S. Krause, C. Schmidt, S. Pommier, L. Varga, J. Phillips, L. Wessel, FIRST ROW: J. LeCloux, P. Vande- veld, V. Langer, R. Soucek, M. E. Molle, S. Naze, S. Sibilsky, C. Maedke. - if 1 ,f i ' Q' ff , . R fr! uf-as W " ,Sr 4' ffl ' r i . ' J CAMERA CLUB -- TOP ROW: M. Bohman, L. Kostichka, P. Rye, R. Carmody, P. Timble, L. Wessel, J. Kostichka S Reinhart, R. Condon, L. Bauers. FIRST ROW: I. Jennerjohn, J. Struck, Mr. Thielke. ffowwzg Sdwol ,fem The Camera Club is designed to promote an interest in photography. The club, under the direc- tion of Mr. Thielke, planned to give the students interested in photography a chance to get actual ex- perience in developing films, enlarging pictures, and making prints. The club had a membership of twelve students. Shirley Reinhart was elected Presidentg Leslie Kost- ichka, Vice -President, and Lana Bauers, Secretary- Treasurer. leafuwaq ROM6llL6lL!fll!lZ The Juvenes Rom ani fYoung Rom ansj is the Latin Club of A. H. S. The thirteen members are Latin students under Mr. Honkomp's guidance. The purpose of the club is to gain more knowledge of Roman life, customs, language and the practical and cultural value of Latin. The officers for 1962-'63 were: Jim Pavlick, Pontifex Maximus fPresidentjg Linda Guth, Tribune QVice -Presidentjg Becky Granius, Censor fSecre- taryj and Jeanne Ierabek, Questor QTreasurerJ. LATIN CLUB --TOP ROW: C. Baumann, B. Koch, T. Secorsky. SECOND ROW: P. Berger, J. Hunsader, C. De Namur, J. Mraz, C. Maedke, J. Holub, FIRST ROW: J. Jerabek, I. Pavlick, L. Guth, B. Granius, Mr. Honkomp ,,,'-, . I , STUDENT FORUM -- TOP ROW: J. Anderson, T. Haack, D. Kambach, J. Heidmann, D. Heidmann, J. Cesar, W. Raether, R. Koch, G. Heidmann, R. Jirtle. FOURTH ROW: B. Bellin, S. Schlise, P. Timble, M. Mehlin, J. Jera- bek, P. McCosky, B. Granius, L. Zirbel, N. Gates, B. Nilsen, C. Charles. THIRD ROW: B. Kohlbeck, S. Bisely, S. Stillwell, J. Hunsader, P. Hein, S. Dix, M. Novak, R. Wierichs, T. Bero, J. Kostichka, D. Heuer, E. Wiesner. SECOND ROW: Miss Higgins, J. Dier, J. Heidmann, J. Phillips, D. Feld, L. Guth, J. Wolske, K. Koss, C. Jorgen- son, J. Hall, J. LeClouX, K. Kohlbeck, P. Naze. FIRST ROW: C. Maedke, J. Holub, C. Lienau, T. Hoffmann, J. Charles, B. Tlachac, S. Sibilsky, L. Burmeister. f 3mm foam Ma World The fifty members of the Student Forum, un- der the guidance of Miss Higgins, met to discuss current topics selected by the students. Panel dis- cussions were on topics of world and national affairs, teenage problems and a travel talk by Mr. Koss, who recently visited the Soviet Union. Officers for the year were Terrie Hoffmann, President: Barbara Tlachac, Vice -President: Clifford Lienau, Secretaryg and John Charles, Treasurer. Cmlam Gazing dp The Spotlights is a Drama Club of thirty-eight members under the direction of Mr. Honkomp. Its aim is to give all students a greater appreciation for dramatics and to give them a chance to take part in dramatics and speech. New furniture and props for the stage were acquired and members assisted with the one -act play contest and the class plays. Officers included Margaret Perry, President: Betty Nilsen, Vice -President: and Judy Kostichka, Secretary -Treasurer. SPOTLIGHTS -- TOP ROW: B. Kohlbeck, J. Heidmann, L. Groh, J. Kambach, D. Hettiger, C. I-lucek, S. Pavlick C. Charles, S. Wiesner, S. Dix, G. Melchior, K. Delveaux, S. Ackerman. THIRD ROW: J. Haack, P, Naze, L. LeDocq, J. Holub, C. Maedke, S. Stika, B. 'LeMense, M. Peot, C. Schmidt, A. Hoffmann, D. Deprez, S. Rein- hart. SECOND ROW: K. Krause, E. Berger, H. Sibilsky, D. Ropson, N. Novak, D. Seidl, B. Gunnlaughsson, C. Matuszak, L. Burmeister, N. Dart. FIRST ROW: J. Kostichka, B. Nilsen, Mr. Honkomp. i:f'f 9. Q A i 9 v f , BJNP1 1 A ,W QE v a n ,Z A A it 5' gf 6 r as e f rm if C V A A ra ref ' f i H -' Z1. Q ":AA A I F r .-AV. SCIENCE CLUB --TOP ROW: ,I. Tlachac, T. Secorsky, R. Jirtle, D. Rupp, B. Nilsen, N. Wiesner, D. Heuer, S. Pavlik, S. Dix, P. Hein. THIRD ROW: J. Hall, C. Maedke, I. Serrahn, G. C. Lienau, J. Stephenson, R. Martens. SECOND ROW: Mr. Bardouche, M. Heidmann, H. Zuzanek, B. Bisely, J. Rabas, I. Pavlick, Mr. Sroda. FIRST P. Berger, J. Hunsader, B. Kulhanek, J. Heidmann, J. Mraz, B. Koefler, P. ,f'Saza11L1ti Science Club, with B. Kulhanek, President, D. LeCloux, Vice-President: and J. Hall, Secre- tary-Treasurer, was directed by Mr. Sroda and Mr. Bardouche. The chief aim was to promote scientific thinking among students. About 30 members at- tended the meetings twice a month. Each mem- ber was encouraged to have a project. A trip and entries in the Science Fair were planned. Marquardt, M. Wautlet, D. LeCloux Bohman, J. Jenerjohn, C. Hucek, D. ROW: T. Hoffmann, P. Vandeveld, Van Price. Upwowtazg Library Club had 15 girls with Miss Son- dalle as Advisor and L. Buechner was President. The librarians worked in keeping the library neat, making bulletin boards, reading shelves, circul- ating of books, collecting fines and repairing books. Their goal was to stimulate students into broader reading. LIBRARY CLUB --TOP ROW: G. Fulp, P. Stika, P. Schmiling, J. Wolfert, J. Schneider, D. Heuer, R. Villers. SECOND ROW: G. Dufek, M. Blaha, N. Haack, S. Mallien, S. Busch, D. Luedtke. FIRST ROW: Miss Sondalle, C. Werner, K. Kostichka, C. Charles, L. Buechner. 9' ,. 5 :,ff,4iwf.1 vyifiefi 42 5! xk Yi fi Q 1 it --TOP ROW: K. Delveaux, S. Ackerman, G. Corroy D Andre J. Schroeder, J. Hall, V. J. Brann, L. Hall, D. H Sibilsky D Ropson, J. Rush, K. Kirchrnan, N. Dart, M. Peot. , .fi x F fl'- ,f ',4- 5 X ff it f V ff' X 1 1 if f Q.. F7 'A ra -A . . Q 'LQ 'F - ' 0 " .I Y wi' 1 1 4 M' N x7 3 X 5. cl ll I 4' tg-1 g of x ' X' 'V - ,,,- , -v' . wifi' . M-. .. xf' - waz. , N Aw. W - ' 4 "1i-F-s- nf. f 5 .-A-A, , Melchior, L. Zirbel, N. Novak, P. Hein, W. LeCloux, G. Olson. FIRST ROW: C. Schmidt, CDirectors: Mr. Klimbo, Miss Sondalle -- NOT One-flat Ykufa Reveal Ualmt "THE PURPLE DOOR KNOB" -- TOP ROW: J. I-lolub, S. Koss, K. Karbon. FIRST ROW: M. Molle, C. Maedke, J. LeCloux, J. Zirbel, A. Hoffmann, C. Pflughoeft, Mr. Honkomp, S. - Pavlik. "DEATH OF THE HIRED MAN" --TOP ROW: P. Timble, D. Heuer, M. Bero, L. Busch, E. Nilsen, D. LeMense. FIRST ROW: L. Varga, J. Phillips, Mr. Duvel. CMiss Burns, NOT SHOWNJ. wrt' gb THE IMAGINARY INVALID--SEATED: D. Kambach, K. Schabow, D. LeMense, D. LeCloux. STANDING: Miss Burns, S. Bero, G. Olson, T. Kramer, V. J. Brann, A. Wautlet, B. Tlachac, D. Andre, S. Schlise. n , . ll We fmaquzafuf frwalcd On December 7, and again on December 9, the Senior Class presented their class play. The entertain- ing French comedy, "The Imaginary Invalid," by Moliere, was brought to life, in 17th century costume by five girls and seven boys, who played their parts well. Miss Mary Agnes Burns, with the aid of student director, Donna Coppersmith, directed the play toward its success. "Gum 60.6ddfL'4 Gina" The Junior Class presented their class play on March 22 and again on March 24. "Great Caesar's Ghost", by William D. Fisher, provided the audience with many hilarious moments. The settings and cos- tumes were of current mode. The characters were well portrayed by seven girls and five boys. Mr. Stanley Honkomp, as director, and Linda Guth and Jane Wolske, co-student directors, helped to make the play a hit. GREAT CAESAR'S GHOST--STANDING: M. Prust, J. LeCloux, M. Bero, J. Verhyen, N. Wiesner, J. Hall M. Reinhart. SEATED: D. Girard, M. Peot, E. Nilsen, K. Koss, J. Pavlick. L it l.KfiiiT5755N:5':: f- ' H 0!!lS+'wSNi3RsLiYs55li'??iif-5. f-. 'in 'nv' . A W T BASEBALL: Coaches Hindes and Van Egereu. BASKETBALL: Coaches Sroda and Van Egereu. Comm '?f600l0lf6 fftkletzca TRACK: Coach Schmitz, fLy1m Buschj. FOOTBALL: Coaches Wilbert and Van Egereu VARSITY FOOTBALL -- TOP ROW: J. Schuch, L. Meyer, J. Serrahn, J. Charles J Hucek K I-lerlache I Dier R. Neuzil, L. Schmiling, R. Rye, R. Wenz, G. Heiclmann, C. Lienau. SECOND ROW CoachT Van Egeren S Gunnlaugsson, G. Magle, B. Girard, J. Stephenson, R. Graf, T. DeMeuse, Mike Peot M Wautlet P Van Price R. Charles, Line Coach Wilbert, R. Wierichs. FLRST ROW: L. Herlache, T. DuPont J Paxlick T Iunio Mark Peot, D. Kambach, T. Wendricks, R. Antonneau, J. Cesar, D. LeC1oux, J. Heidmann D Parins fmldmq 7eamwofzlt and Algorna Algoma Algoma Algoma Algoma Algoma Algoma Algoma Preble East De Pere Ke waunee Oconto West De Pere Sturgeon Bay Pulaski Oconto Falls Algoma Seymour FOOTBALL GAMES, 1962 N.E,W. 0 East DePere O West DePere 6 Sturgeon Bay 14 Seymour 14 Pulaski 0 Preble 14 Oconto Falls O Oconto CONFERENCE STANDINGS W L T 8 O 0 7 1 O 6 2 O 5 3 0 5 3 0 3 5 O 2 5 1 1 6 1 1 7 O 0 8 O 47 PS 256 182 131 147 180 108 65 81 48 39 SW L- x - R ' E T T - - 4 s 6 L v L SENIOR FOOTBALL PLAYERS -- TOP ROW: D. LeC1oux, D. Kambach. SECOND ROW: M. Peot, L. Herlache. FIRST ROW: T. Wendricks, T. Junio. 1 il -- Q or D- L L- if 5 ,- X - IJ 'fn A :LT V- Fw A rv-1 me A ici if 'MA FRESHMAN FOOTBALL -- TOP ROW: I. Clark, J. Haack, T. Secorsky, D. Albertson, G. Hucek, D. Haack S Rankin, J. Nellis, G. Albertson, Coach W. Duvel. FIRST ROW: J. Kambach, D. Hettiger, D. Guth, B Bxsely T. Meyer, D. Hudson, J. Pagel. Buzldw iviqatal FCULZM cud Good Spowmmlup HOMECOMING -- Oconto Falls, 24 -- Algoma, 145 J. Serrahn, J. Pavlick, D. LeC1oux, T. Junio. FRESHMAN FOOTBA LL SEASON Algoma Algoma Algoma Algorna D. Parins, J. Serrahn, L. Herlache, C Lrenau fHome coming Gamej. R-9 Kewaunee Sturgeon Bay Two Rivers Kewaunee VARSITY BASKETBALL SQUAD--FIRST ROW: B. Kulhanek, L. Sroda, T. Van Egeren, B. Wierichs. STANDING: P. Van Price. I. Serrahn. I. Charles, R. Charles, I. Fett, T. DeMeuse, L. Van Lanen, M. Wautlet, G. Eggert, L. Schmiling, J. Pavlick, R. Graf. Wa 7eamumt4e3ea,m FRESHMAN SQUAD--TOP ROW: I. clark, J. Haack, T. Romdeune, D. Hettiger, D. Hudson, B. Bisely, R. Nese mann, S, Rankin, J, Rodrian, D, Naze. FIRST ROW: Coach Van Egeren, L, Busch, manager. X X ..-fu X X. . X .Q , ...1- ,f-' I k 1 lil JUNIOR VARSITY--R. Bero, R. Graf, P. Van Price, I. Serrahn, I. Charles, R. Charles, R. Martens, T. De- Meuse, L. Schmiling, I. Fett, L. Van Lanen, L. Sroda, L. Busch, T. Van Egeren. Q0 , Ewa, md Zlwmutq VARSITY BASKETBALL SEASON, 1962-'63 SUB-REGIONAL TOURNAMENT AT ALGOMA "Nov. 16 Algoma 61 Casco 34 Feb. 26 Algoma 62 Sturgeon Bay 58 "Nov, 20 Algoma 42 Abbot Pennings 48 Kewaunee 65 Luxemburg 56 "Nov. 27 Algoma 51 Luxemburg 49 Mar. 1 Algoma 49 KCW3-UD66 62 Nov. 30 Algoma 46 Oconto 40 "Dec, 4 Algoma 53 Southern Door 54 Dec. 7 Algoma 88 Sturgeon Bay 46 Dec. 14 Algoma '70 Kewaunee 79 VARSITY PLAYERS--G. Eggert' M Dec. 18 Algoma 49 Preble 65 Wautlet, I' Pavuck. Jan. 8 Algoma 54 East De Pere 60 Jan. 11 Algoma 79 Oconto Falls 60 Ian. 18 Algoma 58 West De Pere 54 Ian. 25 Algoma 85 Seymour 54 Ian. 29 Algorna 54 Pulaski 39 Feb. 2 Algoma 64 Oconto 66 Feb. 8 Algoma 87 Sturgeon Bay 56 Feb. 12 Algoma 50 Preble 78 Feb. 15 Algoma 60 Kewaunee 86 Feb. 22 Algoma 83 East De Pere 70 Non-Conference N. E. WIS. CONFERENCE STANDINGS W L PS OP Kewaunee 13 1026 710 Preble 12 961 699 East De Pere 9 926 834 West De Pere 9 916 735 Algoma 8 927 853 Oconto 7 848 831 Pulaski 7 721 741 Sturgeon Bay 2 654 955 Seymour 2 638 989 Oconto Falls 1 755 1025 BASEBALL -- TOP ROW: Coach Van Egeren, M. Sibilsky, J. Fett, G. Heidmann, J. Anderson, R. Wenz, M. Wautlet, J. Charles, D. Parins, J. Pavlick, Coach Hindes. SECOND ROW: L. Lienau, T Baudhuin, A. Harrnann, T. Wendricks, T. Zettel. FIRST ROW: B. Girard, J. Dier, D. Bosdeck, R. fawall Wayan Gwe cmd :Mx Novak. N. E. W. CONFERENCE Sturgeon Bay 2 Algoma Algoma 2 Kewaunee Preble 13 Algoma Sturgeon Bay 5 Algoma Algoma 3 Preble NON-CONFERENCE Algoma '7 Neenah Algoma 0 Neenah Two Rivers 11 Algoma TOURNAMENT Algoma 4 Gibraltar Algoma 3 Brussels Sturgeon Bay 4 Algoma BASEBALL LETTERMEN, 1962 --J. Pavlick, M. Sibilsky, T. Zettel, A. Harmann, T. Baudhuin, J. Fett, T. Wendricks, G. Heidmann, J. Charles, D. Parins. CAPTAIN Tom Baudhuin MOST VALUABLE PLAYER Tim gem-,1 COACHES Keith Hindes Tom Van Egeren HITS Pavlick Harmann Baudhuin SINGLES Harmann Baudhuin Pavlick Fett DOUBLES Zettel Pavlick Sibilsky Fett TRIPLES Pavlick HOME-RUNS Wendricks RUNS SCORED Zettel Pavlick Baudhuin Harmann Algoma vs. St. Bay -- T. Zettel, battingg T. Wendricks, batting. PITCHING W Zettel 3 Pavlick 1 WALKS Wendricks Pavlick RBl'S Harmann Zettel Sibilsky Fett STOLEN BASES Baudhuin Harm ann Zettel PUT -OUTS Sibilsky Pavlick Zettel Fett ,, 9 ef J - Q, ' if, ' 2525. I I TOP ROW: Leaders of the Cheers Testing the TIBFHDOUDC SECOND ROW: Stretching for Fitness, Health through Exercise. FIRST ROW: Organized Tumbling, Perfecting Our Skills. 2 'jd 6 . r,,. .M ..., si 'AY s Q K an .. gf' ""'-.E-fs. ,at - ffi 'sei' is 'ff S1 he re if -ff' . . i- ' 1 'X-Y S gk' J 4 TRACK TEAM, 1962--TOP ROW: ES. Koch, 'iB. Charles, AKG. Kostichka, ED. Raether, R. Kulhanek, S. Thomas, R.A1'1tonneau, M. Wautlet, L. Meyer, T. DeMeuse, L. Herlache, AT. Junio, WD. Younk, Coach Schmitz. SECOND ROW: ':'D. Wenz, ED. Pagel, AB. Wolter, AD. Younk, N. Schabow, J- Heidmann, :"R. Rye, EM. PGOL M. Prust, 'iW. Paplham, D. LeCloux, J. Verhyen. FIRST ROW: Manager L. Schmiling, P. Van Price, ii. Serrahn, ij. Benesh, D. Ullman, ER. Charles, ER. Graf, J. Stephenson, R. Novak, C. Anderson, L. Busch, Manager D. Bair. ABSENT: EM. Sibilsky, 'iT. Wendricks, 'i'L. Leist. 1' Letter Winners. 74. ff. S. lwaclwa Vwk TRACK RECORD, 1962 TEN TOP TRACK SCORERS Algoma 59 213 Casco 50 113 NAME POINTS EVENTS Algoma 44 Luxemburg 74 T. Junio 56 3X4 Hurdles, Relays, High Jump Algoma 44 E. De Pere 74 D. Younk 30 1X2 Mile, Distance Medley Algoma 45 St. Bay 73 D. Pagel 29 1X4 A100 Yard, 220 Yard Dash TRI-TRACK MEET M. Peot 29 A440 Yard, Broad Jump, Algoma 71 1X2 Seymour 86 1X2 Marion 51 Sprint Medley Algoma 29 Brilrion 60 1X2 Xavier 58 1X2 W- Paplham 27 1X2 A220 Yard, 880 Yard Relay, CONFERENCE RECORDS Sprint Medley MILE RELAY--D. Wenz, B. Wolter, B. Paplham, M. Sibilsky 25 lf? 1830 Yard. SDUDI Medley M. Sibilsky. Relay DISTANCE MEDLEY--M. Wautlet, T. Junio, R. D- WGHZ 18 1X2 Pole Vault, 440 Yard Dash Graf, D, Younk, B. Wolter 17 E100 Yard, 220 Yard, Sprint Medley R. Graf 15 1X2 Mile, Distance Medley D. Younk 14 Discus, Shot-put :iDash HURDLES--R. Rye SHOT PUT--D. Younk. SPRINTERS--B Wolter B Paplham K ,Q at a , nl ga f Za- 521 '1 kr' 74 "'esf'Qif -my-ff W W alias J ,, ,..,......, I 1 u m3'..f+r:':.:'.fHf'z .f " " 'M' ' ' 1... ,.... ,,, .',, 1 -. .1 . , , , , n-ff .. ...' 'f A .M ,.,:' - 4 , Q2 . 7 Z . . A L Strug- if ai 2 'qx ' .fx-,,,j"'sx I . S '4 --4' A'-I A..L , ,Q ,, HOMECOMING CROWNING- - Pat Naze, "Queen" Sue Mraz, John Cesar. Salma! QM6 JJ? -J Q Z ,LJ ,QQQ I QQQ1,. L5 .ff 2554 I ,, .J r? 4 rw .J ' -1 'J j O e+wEQ iiynmr Q. ,QU '-7-N K V1 ly , 9 if . I A 5 4 id R W T O rw' 'Es E '1: We :'b " n WW ' .1 ,V f ' .M my ., wk - V ,312 X, ,,, , , 2 - Q gi BEEN 41 j'-' YH .. PLMM, ,..:4-as HOMECOMING PARADE--TOP ROW: Hobo Band, Cheerleaders. THIRD ROW: Seniors rank Second, Freshmen Win. SECOND ROW: F.F.A. Float, Iuuior's Entry. FIRST ROW: Latin Club, Sophomore? Effort. 11:1 , if Q D. Schlise Russ Z,i1T11T161'1T1S.l1'S Orchestra B. Tlachac, J. Herbner D. LeC1oux, E. Fett D. Fett, P. Schmiliug Hawawff 4 ' if A 1 1 .sg X : his . . ,X , Q .21 . if -A Q' at W 'a Me O..-' 1. ling , "u, .. 5 UU.. i 1 'A ff 7, f Q fin. QT Af! 63' 'Q .. ., wha fi W 5 :-:E i , """" . , '4- 1"'V'T7 1' I 1. it Y ., 1-.uv 1 Q. .. -5 I -as I ,sm 'argl-L J ., 'ij K-ff? ' . v - 'if.gQ.:j,g, ig' I 1 - V3 3-'I' , . -,A-..f f',,,1q4. - ' Q rd "YEARS AGO"--TOP ROW: J. Schneider, R. Krause, D. Hoffmann, D. Andre, J. Patzlaff. THIRD ROW: L. Zir- bel, J. Anderson, J. DeMeuse, M. Mehlm, E. Colurnb. SECOND ROW: S. Schlise, M. Dachelet, L. LeDocq, D Deprez, D. Feld, D. Piette, W. Corroy, G. Melchior. FIRST ROW: D. La Crosse, P. Hein, D. LeC1oux, T. Hoff- rnann, D. Hoffmann,Don Von, L. Ieanquart, D. Badman, S. Olrnstead, M. Stay, G. Heuer, P. Naze, S. Cesar, S. 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