Algoma High School - Scroll Yearbook (Algoma, WI)

 - Class of 1964

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AT'-ff:-, 'M' 7.-QT fn ,'2f'..a' X .r -7 ,..'f' . 7' ' , ., p... -.-4 - .g.., . -M . - ,x.... w 1 ANNUAL STAFF OFFICERS BUSINESS MANAGERS G, Marquardt M, Rernert ASSISTANT EDITORS B. Granius M, Novak J, Holub T, Hoffmann J. Hall EDITOR - -M, Bero FOREW ORD When the graduates leave Algoma High School in ,T une, it will be for the last time as students. Some will be college bound, others will become part of theworking force, but which- ever it may be, the memories of high school days will remain. For this reason "Alma Mater" has been chosen as the theme of the 1964 "Scroll ofthe Wolves." It is sincerely hoped that in future years this yearbook will bring back pleasant memories. 6CAlma Mater" -- East Wing kw.,a,. Lr.,,, gh sgvzzfa.. sl, , .. ., rrrl rr . 'W 4. S fra. W.: Q. OFFICE STAFF--Mr. Allen, Miss Rivers, Mr. Cornell. X. ' HARVEY H. CORNELL Superintendent of Schools Central State College University of Wisconsin Senior Class Advisor Hobbies--Hunting, Fishing, Fixing Things Superintendent? Message 1876 - 1905 Years may come and years may go. As they pass, they are marked by a series of milestones as is noted in the album of our Alma Mater. Starting as a small two story brick building of eight rooms in 1876 it was remodeled into a building about three times as large in 1905, This first high school was torn down to make way for the original part of the present building in 1935. This new build- ing also had growing pains and with the addition of 1955 we were provided with a school building consisting of thirty five teaching stations, a cafeteria, a library, a gymnasium, an auditorium, and efficient shops and laboratories. As the school grew the facilities were improved and the program enriched. An effort has been made to provide an adequate program for the college bound student, for the student planning a technical or en- gineering car eer, or a terminal education for the stu- dent not seeking further study, - 1955 - 7 Our Alma Mater, organized as a three year high school in 1886, became a four year high school in 1894, The original charter establishingtheAlgoma High School was granted on March 1, 1888, Since the school began in 1886, gr aduating classes have ranged in size from none in several early years to 114 in 1961 with a total of 3,433 seniors passing through the school in the seventy years ofits existence, While these numbers are not great, the total is nearly as large as our city's population and the edu- cational impact is immeasurable, Among these gradu- ates we find people in many professions, occupations. and industries. Yes, doctors and dentists, judges and lawyers, engineers, teachers, clergymen, nurses, and other artisans are proud to claim Algoma High School as their Alma Mater. And we are proud to have had them as students. 22' Ergxkg Er if BOARD OF EDUCATION--Standing: Leon O'Konski, Marvin Krause. Seated: William Mielke, Herbert Stephenson, Mrs. C. A. Ackerman. We, the Class of 1964, would like to thank the members of the Board of Education for your time and effort spent to improve the Algoma High School facilities and standards. Each student in some way has felt your in- fluence and has benefited from the opportunities provided. The appreciation and use of our edu- cation will be reflected in meeting the Df0b16H1S of the present and the future. MRS. C. A. ACKERMAN MARVIN KRAUSE WILLIAM MIELKE LEO E. O'KONSKI HERBERT STEPHENSON STUDENT COUNCIL--TOP ROW: Mr, Sheffy, J, Heidmann, R, Antonneau, J. Stephenson, J, Johnson, S. Gunn- laugsson, G. Melchoir, L. Hall, J, LeCloux, P. Pfile, Mr. Allen, FIRST ROW: D, Hettiger, D. Heuer, C. l-lutter, J. Hall, K, Kohlbeck, B. Granius. OFFICERS--B. Granius, President: J. Hall, Vice-Presidentg K, Kohlbeck, Secretary-Treasurer. Table 0 Contents Dedication Page The graduating class of 1964 dedicates this Introduction 1-2 "Scroll of the Wolves" to our parents, whose devo- Administration 3-5 tion to the task of our education holds us forever in Faculty 6-9 debt. Service Staff 10 We believe the priceless worth of our schoollife Seniors 11-21 to be an essential part of the values taught to us by Underclassmen 22-28 our parents, our first teachers. Activities 29-42 We give credit to our parents, whose perse- Sports 43-50 ver ence and wisdom enable us to enjoy this vital part School Life 51-61 of our growth and the appreciation of our youth. Alma Mater, Aerial View 62 ALLIE ALLEN J. H. SHEFFY High School Principal Guidance Counselor Platteville state College, Um- Whitewater Stare Collette. Uni- versity of Wisconsin, Univer- VefSiIy Of Iowa. sity Oflowa' Senior Class Adviser, Student Social Problems, Senior Class C0lH'1Ci1, National HOHOI SOCi- Adviser, Student Council. Sty. Hobbies - -Gardening, painting. Hobby- 'GM defliflg- LAURABELL ERDMANN fS3iiZi?DE RIVERS Assistant Secretary Badge ry Business College. Hobbies--Oil painting, Leather Green Bay. l' kn' ' . . too mg' Hung Hobbies--Golf, reading. HAROLD B . HEIDT St. Lawrence, St. Francis, Uni- versity of Wisconsin. Latin, Sophomore English, Soph- omore Class Adviser, Latin Club, Senior Class Play, School Daze. Hobbies--Spectator Sports, Tour- ing. LUCILE COOPER University of Wisconsin, Colo- rado State University. Home Economics, Freshman Class Adviser, F. H. A. Hobbies--Travel, Crafts, Photography. GEORGE ST. CATHERINE Wisonsin State College, Superiorg Colorado State College, Greeley, Colorado. Freshman Class Adviser, Head Football Coach. Hobbies--Hunting, Fishing, Golf- ing. RAYMOND P. CARSON So u the r n Illinois University, Macomb Teachers' College, University of Illinois, Indiana University, University of Wis- consin. Geometry, Algebra, Modern Math- . Junior Class Adviser. Hobbies--Gardening, Photo- graphy, Woodworking. LYNN LAWRENZ Wisconsin State College, River Falls, Stout State College. Industrial Arts, Driver Education, Prom Chairman, Craftsmen CI. A. Clubj, Homecoming Co-chair- man. Hobbies--Woodworking, Photog- raphy. ELIZABETH K. WACEK Marquette University. lish. Freshman Class Adviser. - Hobbies--Reading, Gardening. ROY R. KOSS River Falls State College, Uni- versity of Wisconsin. Vocational Agriculture, Soph- omore Class Adviser, F. F. A. , Homecoming Chairman. Hobbies--Hunting, Farming. ALICE HIGGINS Wisconsin State College, Stevens Point: University of Wisconsin, Madison and Milwaukee. American History, World History, Junior Class Adviser, Annual, Student Forum. Hobbies--Reading, Needlework. LAWRENCE R. SCHMITZ Wisconsin State College, Osh- koshg Baldwin-Wallace. Freshman SL Adv. Algebra, Advanced Math. Sophomore Class Adviser, Track Coach. Hobby--Coin Collecting. GEORGIA RANKIN Door-Kewaunee Teachers C o l - legeg Wisconsin State College, 5 Oshkosh. Ar-t 11, -Art 12. Activity Art Adviser. Hobbies--Painting, Ceramics, Millinery. American History, Freshman Eng- In sar. BARBARA SONDALLE Wisconsin State College, Osh - kosh: University of WiSCOI1SiD- Junior English, Library, Junior Class Adviser, Library Club, One- Act Play. Hobbies--Golf, Skiing, Reading. koshg ELLEN MCKENNA Wisco nsin State College, La Crosse. Physical Education, Health, Pep Club, G.A.A. . Cheerleaders. Hobbies--Camping, Sports, Handicraft. ROBERT KLIMKO Wisconsin State College, Osh- Vocal Music, Sophomore Eng- lish, Operetta. Hobbies--Baseball, Reading. RICHARD K. RADTKE Lawrence College: Northwest- ern University. Instrumental Music. Hobby--Models: Boats and Air- craft. v WILLIAM MAYO Wisconsin State College, Osh- kosh. English, Senior Class Adviser, Debate, Baseball. Hobbies--Auto Racing, Western Music. THOMAS VAN EGEREN University of Wisconsin. A ' Physical Education, Health, Driver Education, Lettermen's ' Club Adviser. - Hobby- - Sports. GERALD BARDOUCHE LEE C. WADE A Univ er sity of Wisconsin, Wis- Central State College, Stevens consin State College, Stevens Point. Point: Superior State College: Biology, General Science. So- Florida State Universityg Ala- phomore Class Adviser, Science bama College. Club. .W Physics, Chemistry, General Hobby--Teaching. MABEL WA TERSTREET Wisconsin State College, White- water: University of Wisconsing Northwestern University. Shorthand, Bookkeeping. Sen- ior Class Adviser, School Daze. Hobbies--Knitting, Reading, Needlework. Science. Freshmen Class Adviser, Camera Club. Hobby--Hunting. Water. WILLIAM N. WILBERT Wisconsin State College, White Typing, Office Practice, Gregg Notehand, Junior Class Adviser Assistant Football Coach, School Daze. Hobbies--Football, Baseball. ENGLISH--B. Sondalle, H. Heidt, W. Mayo. GUIDANCE--J. Sheffy. SCIENCE--G. Bardouche, L. Wade. SOCIAL STUDIES-- A. Allen, A Higgins, G. Sr. Catherine. L. Erdmann QSECRETARYQ. MATHEMATICS--R. C a r so n, L. Schmitz. - ' A...---M.. . 'T fs YUN Nm 1 Q, MUSIC'-R. Radtke, R. Klimko. PHYSICAL EDUCATION--T. Van Egeren. COMMERCIAL--W. Wilberr. Waterstreet. .J ug-5-nf 1-nl INDUSTRIALSL FINE ARTS--L. 1 Lawreuz, G. Rankin. E. McKenna. VOCATIONAL AGRICULTURE SL HOME ECONOMICS--R. Koss, L. Cooper. ,of 'Y X Cafeteria Staff Mrs Mrs Mrs Mrs Molle Kohlbec k Rye Wulf Bus Drive rs W. Haucke M. Holdorf C. Yanda R. Scherer S. Jakubovsky Cus todians H. Schmidt C. Nell -km 4 A , J ' f K v -vi -' ..., . W A 1 .v X1 -3. .. si gn s Q 5:21 XS' W' din ix c MARY IO BLAHA "Silence is one great art of conversation." F.H.A. 35 Library Club 3,45 Chorus 45 Second Choir 3. THOMAS BLAHNIK "Tom" "l agree with no man's opinion5 I have a few of my ownf' FFA 1, 2, 3, 4. DEANNE BRANDT "Dee" n "Oh, glorious night! Thou were not made for slumber. Annual Staff 45 F.H.A. 1, 2,35 Pep Club 1, 25 Library Club 45 Solo Ensemble Tournament 25 Forensics 25 Second Choir 1, 25 One-Act Plays 2. JOHN BUEGE "Bubb1es" "A farmer at heart. " F.F.A. 1,2,3,4. 12 JAMES ANDERSON "Gordy' "A trapped man and a hunter too. " Annu al Staff 45 Student Forum 35 Latin Club 25 Football 15 Basketball 1, 25 Baseball 25 Class Vice-President 2. SHARON BAIR "Quiet as a mouse, but very pleasant. " Annual Staff 45 Journalism 45 F.H.A. 1, 25 Pep Club 1, 25 Chorus lg Camera Club 15 Class Play 3. CAREY BAUMANN "Men are like socksg they have to be changed often. " Annual Staff 45 F.H.A. 35 G.A.A. 1, 25 Latin Club 1,25 Pep Club 1, 2,3,45 Drama Club 1, 25 Chorus 15 Class Vice- President 3: Homecoming Court 4. BERNADETTE BECKER "Bernie" "The little rebel. " F.H.A. 1,2,35 G.A.A. 1,2,3,45 Pep Club 1,2,3,45 Band Tournament 1, 2, 3,45 Solo Ensemble Tournament 2, 45 Band 1, 2,3,45 Pep Band 1, 2,3,4. BERNARD BELLIN "Bernie" "I look work in the face but keep on looking. " Annual Staff 45 Student Forum 35 F.F.A. 1, 2,35 Pep Club 3, 45 Solo Ensemble Tournament 1, 2, 3, 45 Chorus 1, 2,3, 45 Operetta 1, 2, 4. MARY BERO "She said not to say anything about her red hair, so we won't. " Annual Staff 45 Journalism 1,45 F.H.A. 2,35 Pep Club 1, 2, 3,45 Library Club lg Band Tournament 1, 2, 3, 45 State Music Tournament 1, 2,3,45 Solo Ensemble Tournament 1, 2,3,45 Forensics 25 Music Clinic 2, Band 1, 2,3,45 Pep Band 1,2,3,45 Second Choir 25 Class Play 3g One-Act Play 3, 4. i JOHN CESAR "Cez" "Lead me not into temptation, just show me where it is." Student Forum 3, Latin Club 2, Pep Club 4, Lettermen's Club 2, 3, 4, Football 1, 2,3,4, Track 3, Homecoming Court 3, Prom Court 3. CYNTHIA CHARLES "Cindy" "She gets her male at night. " Annual Staff 3,4, Student Forum 3,4, F.H. A. 2.3, G.A.A. 2, Library Club 3, 4, Second Choir 3. JOHN CHARLES "Chuck" "It's better for a young man to blush than to turn pale. " Student Forum 3, 4, Student Council 3, Latin Club 1, 2, Pep Club 4, Lettermen's Club 2, 3, 4, Football 1, 2, 3, 4, Base- ball 1, 2, 3, 4, Class Secretary 3, Prom Court 3, Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4. ELAINE COLUMB "Just because the lights are off, doesn't mean nobod y 's home." Annual Staff 2,3,4, F.H. A. 1. 2.3, Latin Club 2, Pep Club 1,2,3,4, Cheerleader 1,3,4, Band Tournament 1,2,3,4, State Music Tournament 2, 3, 4, Solo Ensemble Tournament 1,2,4, Band Sc Pep Band 1,2,3,4, Chorus 1, Second Choir 1, 2, 3, Camera Club 2, Operetta 1, 2,4. GERMAINE DELFOSSE "Germ" "Her mind is here, but her heart is elsewhere. " Annual Staff 4, Journalism 4, G.A.A. 2, Pep Club 2,3,4, Library Club 4, Solo Ensemble Tournament 3,4, Chorus 1,3,4, Second Choir 1, 2, Operetta 1, 2,4. LORNA DETJEN "Horney" "A quiet unpretending little maid. Oh yeah! " Annual Staff 4, Journalism 3,4, F.H. A. 1, 2,3, G.A. A. 1, 2,3,4, Pep Club 1, 2, 3,4, Solo Ensemble Tournament 3, 4, Chorus 4, Second Choir 1,2,3, Operetta 4. - s . "' 'A ' inf' X f '- 'If V gf., Y' ' ' an GLADYS DUFEK "Happy' "Give me credit for effort. " F.H. A. 1, 2, Drama Club 1, Library Club 3, 4, Second Choir 3. THOMAS DUPONT "Tom" "They say he was once caught studying. " Pep Club 4, Band Tournament 1,2, 3,4, State Music Tour- nament 4, Lettermen's Club 3,4, Football 3, Class Plays 3, Band 1,2,3,4, Pep Band 1,2, 3,4. JAMES FELD "Feldie' "All the girls are in despair, they wonder how I curl my hair." F.F.A. 1,2,3,4, Chorus 1, 2, Operetta 1,2. LORETTA FETT "Always happy, always gay, thus she giggles her time away. " F.H.A. 2, G.A.A. 1, Pep Club 1,2,3,4, Homecoming Court 1. 13 JOHN HEIDMANN "Heidi" "l'm just the man I'm looking for." Student Forum 3,45 Student Council 45 Latin Club 2, 35 Cho- rus 15 Lettermen's Club 3,45 Football 2,3,45 Track 25 Camera Club 1,25 Science Club 1,2, 3,45 Operetta lg An- nual Staff 45 Badger State Alternate 3. PHYLLIS I-IEIN "Blue eyes, blonde hair--beware, boys, beware." Annual Sta ff 2,3, 45 Journalism 2,3, 45 Student Forum 2,3, 4, G.A.A. 1,35 Latin ciub 1,25 Pepciub 1,2,3,45 cheer- leader 1,2,3,45 Band Tournament 2,3,45 State Music Tournament 3,45 Solo Ensemble Tournament 2,3, 45 Forensics 45 Band 2,3,45 Second Choir 25 Science Club 35 One-Act Play 35 Prom Court 3. KEN HERLACHE "Wabbit" "lf studying is the highway to success, I'm taking a side road." F. F.A. 1, 2, 3, 45 Chorus 15 Second Choir 15 Football 35 Track 25 Science Club 1. DOROTHY HEUER "Dodie" "She's neither an angel nor a saint, but you can't make a girl what she ain't. " Annual Staff 45 Student Forum 35 Student Council 2,3,45 F. H.A. 1,2,35 Pep Club 1,2,35 Library Club 3,45 Forensics 1,2,3,45 Science Club 1,2, 35 Class President 25 One-Act Play 35 Badger State Alternate 35 Journalism 4. NANCY GATES "There's something about a sailor! " Annual Staff 45 Journalism 1,2, 3,45 Student Forum 35 G.A. A. 1,2,35 Latin Club 25 Pep Club 15 Drama Club 25 Foren- sics 3g One-Act Play 4. DONNA GIRARD "She's the joker of the deck--a wonderful deal. " Annual Staff 3,45 Journalism 3,45 Clubs: F.H.A, 1,2,3 Student Forum 35 Drama 1,25 Tournaments: State Music 25 Solo Ensemble 1,2,3,45 Forensics 2,3,45 Chorus 1,2,3, 45 Class Play 35 One-Act Play 15 Operetta 1,2,4. REBECCA GRANIUS "Becky' "The President's chair needs ingenious men like Wash- ington, Lincoln, and me." Annual Staff 3,45 Journalism 2,35 Student Council 3,4 Clubs: Student Forum 2,3,45 G.A.A. 15 Latin 2,35 Pep 15 Drama 2. Tournaments: Band 1,2,3,45 State Music 2,3,4 Solo Ensemble 1,2,3,45 Music Clinic 25 Band 8: Pep Band 1,2, 3,45 One-Act Play 15 Second Choir 25 Class Officer 1, 3,4. LINDA GUTH "Se1ma' "No Class Trip ??" Annual staff 3,45 Journalism 3,45 Clubs: Latin 2,35 Pep 1, 2,3,45 Drama 25 Student Forum 2,3,45 F.H.A. 1,2,35 G. A.A. 15 Solo Ensemble Tournament 2, 3, 45 Chorus 2, 3, 45 Second Choir lg Class Play 35 Operetta 1,2,4. NANCY HAACK "Nance' "Friends, Romans, Countrymen, lend me your ears--I left mine in my locker." F.H.A. 35 G.A.A. 1,2,3,45 Pep Club 15 Library Club 3,4 JAMIE HALL "LoVe 'em all, or you might miss a good one." Annual Staff 1,45 Journalism 2,3,45 Student Forum 2,3,45 Student Council 45 Clubs: G.A.A. 1,35 Latin 1,25 Pep 15 Science 35 Tournaments: Band Sc Solo Ensemble 1,2,3,45 State Music 2, 3,45 Forensics 45 Music Clinic 1,25 Band 8L Pep Band 1,2,3,45 Second Choir 25 Class Officer lg Class Play 35 Prom Court 35 Badger State Alternate 3. 1 AUDREY HOFFMANN "Seems a quiet lass until you see her out of class." Journalism 45 G.A.A. l,2,3,45 Pep Club l,2,3,45 Drama Club 35 Library Club 45 Solo Ensemble Tournament 45 Cho- rus 45 Second Choir 2, 35 One-Act Plays 2,35 Operetta 4. THERESE HOFFMANN "Terrie" "A whiz at typing, bookkeeping, and manual affec- tions." Annual Staff 45 Student Forum 2,3,45 F.H.A. 1,2,35 Latin Club 25 Pep Club l,2,3,45 Cheerleader l,2,3,45 Drama Club 15 Forensics 3,45 Chorus 1,2, 35 Science Club 35 Operetta 2. IEANNE HOLUB "She looks safe and sound, but so does gun powder." Annual Sta ff 45 Journalism 45 Student Forum 3, 45 F.H.A. l,2,3,45 Latin Club 3,45 Drama Club 35 Library Club 25 Solo Ensemble Tournament 45 Chorus 45 Second Choir 2, 35 One-Act Play 35 Operetta 4. KARL HOPPE "School is what you make it5 it makes me tired." Student Forum 35 Football 1,25 Science Club 25 Class Plays 1, 2 . JOHN HUCEK "Hooker" "l study when I'm in the mood5 I'm not a moody guy." Debate 45 F.F.A. l,2,3,45 Second Choir 15 Football 1,35 Track 25 Baseball 45 Science Club 1,25 Prom Court 3. JOAN HUNSADER "And her tongue went on and on. " Annual Staff 3,45 Journalism 3,45 Student Forum 3,45 F.H. A. 2,35 Latin Club 3,45 Pep Club l,2,3,45 Tournaments: Band, State Music, Solo Ensemble l,2,3,45 Forensics 1,2, 3,45 Music Clinic 25 Band St Pep Band l,2,3,45 Science Club 2,35 Class Play 3. JEANNE JERABEK "The taller you are, the closer you are to heaven." Journalism 45 Student Forum 3,45 Latin Club 2,3,45 Pep Club l,2,3,45 Tournaments: Band 83 Solo Ensemble 2,3,45 State Music 35 Forensics 3,45 Band 84 Pep Band 2,3,45 Class Officer 4. CAROL JORGENSON "George" "The better you know her, the better you like her." Annual Staff 45 Journalism 45 Student Forum 2,3,45 F.H.A. 1,25 G.A.A. 15 Pep Club l,2,3,45 Library Club 45 Second Choir 2, 3. KAREN KOSS "Wouldn't it be great if she'd do something wrong." Annual Staff 45 Student Forum 2,3,45 F.H.A. l,2,3,45 G. A.A. l,2,3,45 Pep Club l,2,3,45 Cheerleader 3,45Tour- naments: Band at State Music l,2,3,45 Forensics 2, 35 Music Clinic 25 Band 1,2,3, 45 Pep Band 1,25 Class Play 35 Badger State 3. LESLIE KOSTICHKA "Les" "Don't worry. . .it shortens your life." Annual Staff 45 F.H.A. 2,35 Pep Club 45 Library Club 3,45 Solo Ensemble Tournament 45 Chorus 3,45 Second Choir 1,25 Camera Club 3,45 One-Act Play 35 Operetta 4. CHERYL MAEDKE "What would I do without pajama parties?" Annual Staff 3,45 Journalism 2,3,45 Student Forum 2, 3,45 Debate 45 F.H.A. 1,2,3,45 Latin Club 3,45 Pep Club 2,3, 45 Drama Club 1,2,'35 Library Club 15 Solo Ensemble Tournament 1,2,3,45 Forensics 2,3,45 Chorus 1,2,3,45 Camera Club 15 Science Club 25 One-Act Plays 1,45 Oper- Etta 1,2,4. GARY MARQUARDT "Prof" "No Comment." Annual staff 1,45 Student Council 25 Latin Club 25 Letter- men's Club 25 Football Manager 25 Basketball Manager 25 Track 35 Baseball 15 Camera Club 15 Science Club 1,25 Class Officer 35 Homecoming Court 2. MARY MEHLIN "You don 't have to grow on a tree to be a nut." Annual Staff 3,45 Journalism 3,45 Student Forum 2,35 F.H. A. 2,35 Pep Club 1,2,3,45 Drama Club 1,25 Chorus 1,25 Second Choir 15 One-Act Plays 1,4. SUZANNE MRAZ "Sue" "Some girls go looking5 I let them find me." F.H.A. 15 Pep Club 3,45 Second Choir 15 Homecoming Court 35 Prom Court 3. MARILYN KOSTICHKA "Pi1l" "Life is serious. I like to be different." F.H.A. l,2,35 Second Choir 1,2. RONALD KOSTKA "Elvis" "Don't think I ain't grateful for all you learned me." Second Choir 1. ROBERT KULHANEK "Bob" "Why take life seriously, you'll never get out of it alive anyway." Annual Staff 45 Lettermen's Club 3,45 Basketball Manager 1,2,3,45 Track 2,3,45 Science Club 1,2,3,45 Prom Court 3. IACQUELINE LE CLOUX "Jackie" "She's allergic to 8:15." Student Forum 2,35 F.H.A. 2,35 G.A.A. 1,2,3,45 Latin Club 35 Pep Club 1,2,3,45 Band Tournament 15 Solo Ensemble Tournament 1,2,3,45 Forensics 1,2, 3,45 Band lg Pep Band 15 Chorus 3,45 Second Choir 1,25 Science Club 25 Class Play 35 One-Act Play 35 Prom Court 35 Operetta 4. CLIFFORD R. LIENAU "Chip" "If wise cracks were drops of water, I'd have my own ocean. " Annual Staff 1,3,45 Student Forum 3,45 Student Council 1, 35 Latin Club 1,25 Pep Club 45 Lettermen's Club 2,3,45 Football 1,2,35 Science Club 1,2,35 Officer 1. PATRICIA MCCOSKY "Maverick" "l was cut out to be an angel, but somebody ran away with the pattern." Student Forum 35 F.H.A. 2,35 G.A.A. 1,2,3,45 Pep Club 1,2,3,45 Library Club 45 Second Choir 3,45 Operetta 4. ELIZABETH NILSEN "Betty" "Some people are like blotters, they soak it all in, but get it all backwards." Annual Staff 2,3,45 Journalism 3,45 Debate 3,45 F.H.A. 1, 2,35 G.A.A. 2,35 Pep Club 2,35 Drama Club 1,2,3,45 Solo Ensemble Tournament 1,2,3,45 Forensics 1,45 Chorus 1,2,3,45 Class Plays 35 One-Act Plays l,2,3,4g Operetta 45 Student Forum 3,4. MARILYN NOVAK "How she knew her math! " Annual Staff 45 Student Forum 2,35 G.A.A. 1,2,3,45 Latin Club 1,25 Pep Club 1,2,3. ALAN OLSON "Termite" "Quiet, but give him a chance." F.F.A. 1,2,3,45 Chorus 1,3,45 Second Choir 25 Baseball 15 Class Play 35 Operetta 1, 2,4. JAMES PAVLICK "Peanuts" "Football man, basketball man, last but not least, a lady's man." Annual Staff 3,45 Journalism 45 Student Council lg Latin Club 2,35 Lettermen's Club 2,3,4g Football 1,2,3,45 Science Club 3,45 Class President lg Class Play 35 Badger State 35 Basketball 1,2,3,45 Baseball 1,2,3,4. SHARON PAVLIK "Shari" "Watch out for me, they think l'm quiet." Journalism 1,45 F.H.A. 1,25 G.A.A. 45 Pep Club 1,2,3,4g Drama Club 3,45 Library Club 45 Solo Ensemble Tourna- ment 1, 2,3,45 Chorus 1,2,3,45 Science Club 35 One-Act Plays 1,35 Operetta 1,2,4. MICHAEL PEOT "Mike" "My sole concern with work is how to avoid it." Annual Staff 45 Pep Club 45 Football 1,2,35 Basketball 1,25 Track 3,45 Science Club 25 Class Play 3. ". fir ' t V. Ii MARK PRUST "A man never knows what he can do until he tries." Annual Staff 45 Debate 2,3,45 F.F.A. 45 Chorus lg Football 45 Track 2,3,45 Class Play 35 Prom Court 3. WAYNE RAETHER "Myron' "l can't get up with the sun because l stay out too late with the daughter." Student Forum 35F.F..-X. 1,2,3,45Chorus 15Basketball1,25 Homecoming Court 1. MICHAEL REINERT "Rhine' "My hero?--Me." Annual Staff 45 Debate 1,2,3,45 Latin Club 45 Drama lg Solo Ensemble Tournament 3,45 Forensics 1,25 Chorus 1,2, 3,45 Basketball lg Class Play 35 Badger State 35 Prom King 3gOpSI6tI21 1,2,4. JOHN ROGERS "Rog' "He rises at the crack of dawn, stuffs up the crack and goes back to bed." Chorus 1,25 Second Choir 15 Operetta 1,2. 17 it MARIE SEIDL "Sapphire" "You can tell her by the noise she doesn 't make." F.H.A. 1,2,35 Drama Club 25 Chorus 1. DIANE SOUCEK "Speedy" "Her manner is quiet, but clon't judge her by it." F.H.A. 1,2,35 Pep Club l,2,35 Camera Club 1. JOSEPH STEINER "Joe "A little shy, but quite a guy." E.F.A. l,2,3,45 Chorus 1. PATRICIA STIKA "Pat "Why should I talk when I get along in silence." Annual Staff 45 Journalism 45 Library Club 3,45 Class Secre- tary 4. 18 PATRICIA RYE "Pat" "The mildest of manners, the-kindest of hearts." Annual Staff 45 Journalism 1,2,3,45 Pep Club 1,2,3,45 Chorus 45 Camera Club l,2, 3,45 Operetta 4. NATHAN SCHABOW "Schab" "lf there's trouble I'm not around, but I've been there." Pep Club 45 Chorus 15 Second Choir 25 Football 1,25 Track 25 Science Club lg Operetta 1. LEE SCI-IIESSER "This lad is so Very meek, even his shoes refuse to squeak." F.F.A. 1,2,3,4. WILLIAM SCHLEY "Bill" "Whenever I feel like working, I lie down until the feel- ing goes away." F.F.A. 35 Homecoming Court 4. LARRY SCHLORF "Smi1y" "A boy whose mouth is wider than he is tall. " F.F.A. 3,45 Football 1,25 Basketball 1,2. JACK SCHUCH "Big Daddy" "He's a real he-man. He must eat spinach by the can." F.F.A. 1,2,35 Forensics lg State Forensics lg Chorus 15 Lettermen's Club 45 Football 1,3,45 Baseball 15 Class Plays 35 One-Act Plays 3. PRISCILLA TIMBLE "Pris" "I'm learning a lot, but school interferes." Annual Staff 45 Journalism 3,45 Student Forum 35 F.l-I.A. 1, 2, 35 Pep Club 3,45 Drama Club 1,25 Solo Ensemble Tourna- ment 1,2,3,45 Chorus 1,2,3,45 Camera Club 3,45 Operetta 1,2,4. JOANNE TLACHAC "lf she had been born twins, one would die laughing at the other. " Annual Staff 3,45 Journalism 45 F.H.A. 1,2,3,45 Library Club lg Solo Ensemble Tournament 35 Chorus 1,3,45 Second Choir 25 Science Club 2,35 Class Officer 35 Operetta 1,4. JOHN VERHYEN "Moose" "I'm a Senior, Igotta act dignified." Drama Club 25 Band Tournament 15 State Music Tournament 15 Forensics 25 Band 1, 25 Pep Band 25 Class Play 35 Operetta 25 Solo Ensemble Tournament 15 Track 2. DIANA VISTE "When I'm 11011 near the boy I love, l love the boy l'm near." Journalism 45 F.H.A. l,2,35 Pep Club 1,25 Solo Ensemble Tournament 2,3,45 Chorus and Chorus Tournament 1,2,3, 45 Operetta 2,4. RICHARD WECH "Richie" "Although I'm not very tall, I'd rather be short than not at all." Chorus 1 . RICHARD WENZ "Dick" "A man usually feels better after a few winks5 especially if she winks back." Journalism 45 Student Council 25 Forensics 25 Lettermen's Club 3,45 Football 1,2,3,45 Basketball 1,2,45 Baseball 1, 2,3,45 Science Club 1. DAVE WESSEL "Chester' "Argue early, argue late5 if a line were crooked, I'd argue it straight." F.F.A. 1,2,3,45 Chorus 1. ROBERT WIERICHS "I-Iank' "A car, a car, my kingdom for a car." Student Forum 3,45 F.F.A. 1,2,3,45 Pep Club 45 Letter- men's Club 3,45 Football l,3,45 Basketball 1,2,35 Baseball 1,3,4. EMOC-ENE C. WIESNER "Emma "She's the kind of girl that goes through life pushing doors marked 'pull'. " Annual Staff 45 Student Forum 2,3,45 F.H.A. 1,2,35 G.A. A. 1,25 Latin Club 15 Pep Club 1,2,3,45 Cheerleader 1, 3,45 Band Tournament 1,2, 3,45 State Music Tournament 1,3,45 Solo Ensemble Tournament 1,2,3,45 Band l,2,3,45 Pep Band 25 Second Choir 25 Class Officer 25 Class Plays 3,45 Prom Court 3. NANCY WIESNER "Weasel' "I try SO hard to be good." Annual Staff 45 Journalism 45 Pep Club 1,2,35 Solo Ensem- ble Tournament 2,3,45 Chorus Tournament 1,2,3,45 Cho- rus 1,2,3,45 Science Club 2,35 Class Officer 45 Class Plays 35 Operetta 2,4. LOIS ZIRBEL "She has no questions--she has the answers. " Student Forum 3, 4, Library Club 4, Band Tournament 1, 2 3, 4, State Music Tournament 4, Solo Ensemble Tourna- ment 1, 2,3,4g Band 1, 2,3,4g Pep Band 1,2,3,4g Class Plays 3, 4. ational Honor Society The A 1 gom a Chapter of the National Honor Society was organized for the first time in Algoma High School. The seven charter members are Jamie Hall, Jeanne Holub, Karen Koss, Clifford Lienau, Marilyn Novak, Lee Schiesser, and Joanne Tlachac. Mr. Sheffy is the adviser and Mr. Allen is an honorary member. The object of the National Honor Society is to create enthusiasm for scholarship, to stimulate a desire to give service, to promote worthy leadership, and to encourage the development of character in the students. The officers are Jamie Hall, Presidentg Lee Schiesser, Vice-Presidentg Jeanne Holub, Secretaryg and Marilyn Novak, Treasurer. ALGOMA CHAPTER OF NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY--CHARTER MEMBERS AND ADVISERS--Prirl, Allie AHCI1, Lee Schiesser, Jamie Hall. Joanne Tlachac, Karen Koss, Marilyn Novak, Jeanne Holub, Clifford Lienau, Mr. Jacob Sheffy, Adviser. , 4' ' if V R U P Q4 40 , ,Wu fb-' .N "'4N-ser I i x Q o .. z, 'Y L ? 3 ' x -'X W- ' Q . , if ' v A , " T , .r . fl' A, , A I ,rf ,N , Nd ' L" . 'NV ,kQ,fw K ,, ,, x V-ex. . . h n xx N A X , '.,., f X, ., -:wr x, ,V I xw, Juniors Are Almost There . .., ,., 1 Y Q -5 f MN I ,, , ,,.. " 5 Anderegg Antonneau Bair Bauers Baum Berger Berger Bero Bero Bero Bisely J. Blahnik Bohman Bosdech Bosdeck Boucher Breitlow Busch Busch Charles Clark C meyla Dandois DeMeuse DeNamur Deprez Dier Dix Engelking Entringer F eld F ellows F ett Girard Glander Graf Gurmlaugsson Haack Hafeman Heidmann Heller Hoffmann JUNIORS J. Jandrin J. Jenerjohn R. Jirtle S. Kaus R. Koch R. Kofler K. Kohlbeck L. Konkel J- Kostka D. Krueger V. Langer T. Laurent R. Lawrence G. Magle R- Martens R. Matzke L. Meyer M- E- Molle J- Mraz R. Neuzil R. Novak D. Parins S. Perlewitz C. Pflughoeft . . . Next Year More Leadershlp J. A. Phillips J. Rush D. Rye L. Schmiling J. Serrahn C. Shaw B. Shields S. Sibilsky K. Stay J. Stephenson S. Sti11we11 M. Teske P. Vandeveld L. VanLanen P. VanPrice M. Wautlet R. Werner M. Wessel J. Zirbel Ackerman Alber tson Albertson Alexander Appel Bathke Bellin Benes Berger Bero Bisely Bohman Bosdech Bur meister Carmody Clark Cor roy Dachelet Dart Delveaux Depr ey Detjen Dettmann Dufek Englebert Fellows Fulp Gr iese " ' ' f 7555 - M ,l,.i ' 1- ' v H ,J gk,.,,, ,ggi if , vw ' , 351514 , 'J-,ff a ,, , .ff .4 A , ,,.f , lg ag gre 4 ' .ffzgg ' 1 M' Q 4, ' :vi a 9 in f f or ' ,V ,157 gs 'Em - "f, - , ,Nr I tr , , Dx , 1 fp, . ff ,.r..ea, M 2' 1 ,, " A, 4 ,za gym . W 5 V, 6 www? 73 -any A , lf xv Zk.ViEr, ,,.. 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Albertson S. Albertson Alsteen Anderegg Anderson Annoye M. B. D. I . D. M. Annoye Antonneau Bero Bero Blahnik S. Blahnik M. P. R. D. T. Bohman Bohman A. Braern Brauer Breitlow Cesar C. G. M. D. C. C. Daul Detj en Dier Dufek D . Dumman Ebert D. B. M. R. H. 0 0 o f 44' f . H ' 3-I 1 We V .. 'rr' 111:55 of ' wig 4 - - , '- - ' f .UM viwfzgy H ri?" ng? .1 -' .M-, - ' . .ff "haf D l f X f 1 er ff fb!!! f" A KH 1.1 If I -' -1' A , E . mira ' is fi' 1 .1 ,fu W .: 44- ' H' ' K f-W1-.:2.u2.'.1-tml,.-1 3' 5. 1 2 1 . . 71. V all . '1-422.1 r 'iff -'ff' if ' f,.- .1 dgeyge.,-? ,, 1 24 ,f frm' 1 J ff , 4 of 7 , . .gg f 25, 'K , f F x pl 5 Y . A fj.-,,:i fond' '4 '-jj i if 1 J,J ,. H N l P- fl , Z F RESHMEN Krause Krueger LeCloux Maedke Marquardt Mickelson Mueller Mura Nell Nell Novak Novak Pagel Paplham Paradise Pavlat Peot Peterson Poehls Pommier Riederer Romdenne Ropson A. Rupp ff? ,A 'a I 55,1 -if , .. w sf" r f r Q10 .N 'is XXV x . XX df- N I mf, A I 1 X 'N , X.. 1 Q1 , " lx' 1 Sr XL 'ir' ff it R X if I3 6. 'Ps f K y Toward Skills, Knowledge and Experience so er 3 A es L f are ,, , ' A i o r 1' 9 .' ' :fr , , 53,11 ff - K , gi Zlr . f - xr , is il r ,Yr I '- Q Q , A 3.4:- dvai , .f . . 2' F'- . S gB5:'Tf,i 1 1,5 i T. .X-,Fx '.f1 1 N ,,,a-r-'2: - ,gk- ,-'X' f -Tm-., .1 A " ,l , , 5-1, , v 1, ri, L M C1 L, , 'f .D : A 1 au 'W 4 sf if 0 , Y 3 .- ,... i W. 2 iv J 5-f' ,, 4 n 2., 1 Qu ' I Rutledge Schwedler Schwedler Sirnonar Soucek Soucek Spaid J. Stangel Stillwell Storm Swette Thomas Tombal Urban Vand ervest Vandervest Vanness Viste Warner W ech Wehausen Werner Wiese Zu zanek JUNIOR CLASS OFFICERS--R. Martens, Vice-Presideutg S. Dix, Treas- , urerg R. Antonneau, Presiclentg P. Vanderveld, Secretary. Q SOPHOMORE CLASS OFFICERS--D. Hettiger, Presidentg S. Stika, Secretary: J. Pagel, Treasurerg R. Nesemann, Vice-President. FRESHMAN CLASS OFFICERS--B. Detjen, Treasurerg M. Antonneau Secretary: P. Rupp. Vice-President: C. Hutter, President. z ' ' Q -xx ' My w ., P M '- Q A 25 , .., V. 'Aj :iv ff' ,.A ' I, , ,. f-' r 513 ,. . . -1-Q 1,,1,, ANNUAL STAFF--TOP ROW: N. Wiesner, P. Hein, C. Charles, S. Stillwell, D. Brandt, D. Hettiger, C. Lienau D. Rupp, B. Bellin, J. Dier, J. Hunsader, P. Rye, S. Wiesner. FOURTH ROW: E. Wiesner, L. Hall, C. Jor- genson, L. Kostichka, D. Girard, L. Detjen, D. Heuer, K. Koss, P. McCosky, B. Heller, J. Phillips, J. Tlachac. THIRD ROW: C. Maedke, K. Krueger, G. Delfosse, M. Bohman, S. Bair, E. Columb,-L. Guth, P. Stika, H. Sibilsky, B. Granius, I. Mraz, S. Sibilsky. SECOND ROW: Miss Higgins, J. Pavlick, I. Anderson, J. Charles, B. Kulhanek, T. DeMeuse, M. Peot, J. Jerabekh M. Mehlin, N. Gates, E. Nilsen, P. Tirnble. FIRST ROW: M. Prust, T. Hoffmann, Becky Granius, M. Bero, G. Marquardt, J. Hall, M. Novak, I. Holub, C. Baumann, M. Reinert. Bound to Please The "Scroll of the Wolves" is published by the Senior Class once a year to provide a pictorial account of the year's events. About sixty members have contributed their ideas in the planning stages, and the editorial staff has spent many hours preparing the copy for the printers. Staff members trust that in the years to come this yearbook will prove a prized possession. ART DEPARTMENT--L. Guth, N. Wiesner, B. Becker, L. Meyer, E. Wiesner, Mrs. Rankin, J. Feld, N. Haack, N. Gates. ,vw-ssrs,.,s.......,.,w- W... A 'iii , n , , , 4 1. 9 "SCHOOL DAZE"--TOP ROW: L. Busch, C. Engelking, J. Parkos, D. Yanda, B. Heller, D. Brandt, S. Stillwell, P. Hein, J. Hunsader, P. Rye, M. Bero, D. Heuer. FOURTH ROW: M. Blaha, S. Mraz, D. Viste, A. Hoff- mann, C. Jorgenson, L. Kostichka, S. Ackerman, L. Detjen, J. Hall, G. Delfosse, P. Stika, S. Bair, D. Rop- son. THIRD ROW: H. Sibilsky, M. Schwedler, B. Thiry, G. Melchior, W. Wolske, J. LeCloux, C. Schmidt, A. Rutledge, M. Wiese, K. Kohlbeck, K. Kirchman, N. Dart, J. Holub. SECOND ROW: J- Pagel, W. Detjen M. Reinert, W. Raether, D. Wenz, M. Wautlet, J. Jerabek, E. Nilsen, M. Kostichka, M. Mehlin, S. Pavlik, P. Timble, P. Vanderveld. FIRST ROW: S. Stika, C. Maedke, J. Phillips, Mr. Wilber, N. Wiesner, D. Girard, J. Pavlick, N. Gates, Mr. Heidt, J. Tlachac, L. Guth. NOT PICTURED: M. Antonneau, I. Parkos, M. Annoye. Hot Off the Press Seventy members ofthe School Daze staff have old gossip columns. Jim Pavlick headed the sports been responsible for putting out eight issues of the section and Nancy Wiesner was in charge of art. Ad paper. Under the direction of Nancy Gates and visers were Mrs. Waterstreet, Mr. Wilbert, Mr. Donna Dirard, co-editors, they succeeded in intro- Heidt and Mrs. Rankin. ducing many new articles and eliminating the age- SCHOOL DAZE OFFICERS--N. Gates, D. Girard: Mr. Wilbert, N. Wiesnerg Sports Editor, J. Pavlick. E Q in Mgr xfx , Q ff an We mf' '-mi-Wk if is Ya ' 5 . 1 X :,,. 2 fi 52. M5 Af. -"15f!a: .7 1 1 W N N V , -J y gk x l wwf?-V . 1, X. V . 77, ,, 1 ' ,7. 77' X. ggizx ., ggQg.g:.fff7- AM ,,. N - 1f,v,w'f.f ' f"? , . . c4aff,: .f-. Y 2. f A Y. . iff' 79 A Sfif 7 - 'Q 2' r ' Q , 39' A 5' 'XX cgw. f 5f f'15l X f 1f"f'?f "Yi 5 f' 'Q' MQ!!-fan vigrx. A x 'Ana' " Q . ml . if .X ,lf .. ua an m ' rn - A ' ' m , lu K In Q l CHORUS--TOP ROW: D. Mickelson, G. Albertson, M. Reinert, W. Detjen, R. Koch, C. Englebert, D. Ferron M. Annoye, D. Krueger, B. Bellin, A. Olson, S. Storm, D. Anderegg. THIRD ROW: B. Hoffmann, N. Novak, G. Kostichka, Z. Hoffmann, S. Kohlbeck, S. Koss, D. Girard, D. Blahnik, I. Tlachac, G. Delfosse, M.J. Blaha, W. Wolske, J. Johnson. SECOND ROW: P. Busch, L. Konkel, J. Holub, J. LeCloux, S. Sibilsky, M. Dachelet, P. Pfile, B. Granius, S. Holub, B. Thiry, L. Guth, C. Maedke, C. Cesar. FIRST ROW: S. Wiesner, L. Detjen, M. Bero, S. Lardinois, P. Timble, S. Pavlik, B. Nilsen, P. Rye, P. Kostichka, D. Viste, N. Wiesner, L. Kostichka, Mr. Klimko. Voices Resound in Music CHOIR STAFF: B. Thiry, C. Maedke, P. Busch, CHORUS I. LeCloux, B. Bellin, The A Cappella Choir, under the direction of Mr. Klimko, consisted of 52 members. The officers of Choir were B. Bellin, President, C. Maedke, Vice-President, and I. Tlachac, Secretary-Treasurer. The highlights of the year were the operetta, "The Red Mill, " the Christmas Concert, Caroling, and the Music Festival at Sturgeon Bay. The Choir also partic-. ipated in a magazine sale to raise money for the purchase of portable risers. BAND The 1963- '64 C on c ert Band w a s under the 3. I direction of Mr. Radtke. Band officers were J. f gi Hall, President, B. Granius, Vice-President, and K. Kohlbeck, Secretary-Treasurer. Concert Band consisted of 58 members while Pep Band had 49 members. Activities of the Band were the Christmas Concert, Spring Concert, trip to Eagle River, and to the Green Bay Arena to see the "Black Watch." The Band participated in the Music Festival at Sturgeon Bay, and at events such as home football and basketball games. CHOIR COUNCIL: P. Busch, B. Granius, C. Maedke, B. Bellin, D. Viste, I. Tlachac, G. Kostichka. SECOND CHOIR--TOP ROW: D. Daul, M. Feld, R. Viste, A. Grasley, R. Bellin, D. Brauer, M. Albertson, J. Parkos, R. Bero, D. Annoye, H. Ebert. THIRD ROW: I. Anderson, J. Marquardt, B. Detjen, M. Antonneau, D. Warner, P. Rupp, K. Fellows, D. Stillwell, D. Dumman, M. Halada. SECOND ROW: C. Krause, L. Kaus, V. Graf, V. Williams, G. Novak, C. Hoppe, C. Appel, S. Krause, C. Breitlow, S. Albertson. FIRST ROW: L. Hall, L. Varga, C. Charles, P. McCosky, T. S. Blahnik, L. Nell, M. Dier, N. Bosdech, R. Carmody, S. Nell Mr, Klimko. Vim, Vigor This year thirty-four m em b ers of the Girls Athletic Association met under the direction of Mrs. McKenna, The officers of the club were: L. Detjen, President, P. McCosky, Vice-Presidentg J. Iener- john, Secretary, N. Novak, Treasurer, and M. Novak, Point Chairman. and Vitalit Some activities that the members enjoyed were basketball, volleyball, soccer, ice skating and bowling. The piece of equipment that got most of the attention and use this year was the trampoline. Two annual events were the basketball game with D-KCounty College and the class tournaments. G. A. A. --TOP ROW: J. LeCIoux, G. Kostichka, C. Hoppe, M. Dachelet, A. Hoffmann, K. Urban, C. Schmidt Julie LeCloux, M. Antonneau. THIRD ROW: B, Becker, R. Soucek, V. Graf, D. Ropson, S. Tombal, J. Novak, S, Krause, H. Sibilsky, B. Granius. SECOND ROW: D. Blahnik, M. Peot, K. Delveaux, S. Pavlik, E. Nilsen, N. Haack, M. Peot, B. Paplham. FIRST ROW: M. Batun, K. Koss, N. Novak, J. Ienerjohn, L. Detjen, P. McCosky, M. Novak, Mrs. McKenna, J. Kostka. Lui lxx Sf W 'aff i Y. 8 "THE RED MILL" OPERETTA--TOP ROW: Opening Chorus, "Mignonette" . SECOND ROW: "When You're Pretty FIRST ROW: "Moonbeams, " "Every Day is Ladies' Day With Me. " 35 I 4 .7 s PEP CLUB--TOP ROW: N. Fellows, M. Blahnik, P. Timble, B. Heller, P. McCosky, S. Stillwell, J. Zirbel S. Dandois, B. Haack, S. Bisely, M. Bero, B. Shields. FIFTH ROW: J. Phillips, I. Hunsader, J. Breirlow, P. Rye, L. Kostichka, C. Jorgensen, M. Bero, L. Detjen, A. Hoffmann, G. Delfosse, M. Baum, I. Kostka. FOURTH ROW: J. Cmeyla, P. Berger, C. Clark, I. lenerjohn, S. Anderegg, Karen Stay, J. Jandrin, S. Mraz, L. Guth, C. Baumann, J. LeCloux, C. Maedke, M.rs. McKenna. THIRD ROW: B. Bellin, E. Nilsen, S. Pavlik R. Wiericks, M. Mehlin, M. Peot, J. Jerabek, R. Martens, C. Pflughoeft, J. Cesar, I. Charles, C. DeNamur. SECOND ROW: S. Sibilsky, D. Boucher, S. Bauers, M. Molle, C. Lienau, T. Hoffmann, N. Schabow, K. Kohlbeck, B. Becker, S. Dix, P. Vanclerveld, P. Busch. FIRST ROW: E. Wiesner, J. Mraz, L. Hall, P. Hein, E. Columb, K. Koss. We Have the Spirit a Good Team Needs PEP CLUB--TOP ROW: S. Wiesner, K. Delveaux, K. Dufek, S. Deprey, M. Haegle, M. Dier, C. Schmidt, S. Kohlbeck, B. Paplham, M. Peor, L. Swette, C. Slaby. FIFTH ROW: J. Mraz, S. Ackerman, G. Melchior, S. Koss, W. Wolske, C. Hoppe, M. Dachelet, C. Bathke, S. Pommier, B. LeMense, L. Schneider, M. Stay. FOURTH ROW: Bonnie Granius, N. Pommier, M. Wiese, M. Antonneau, K. Karbon, P. Rupp, D. Warner, C. Shields, K. Urban, K. Fellows, S. Krause, B. Detjen, S. Stika. THIRD ROW: P. Bero, D. Yanda, C. Zastrow J. Monfils, S. Lardinois, S. Haack, T. Blahnik, B. Fellows, P. Kostichka, N. Bosdech, S. Dettmann, M. Peot SECOND ROW: C. Cesar, C. Breitlow, J. Gunnlaugsson, S. Krause, N. Novak, N. Dart, M. Braem, Dorothy Ropson, M. Schwedler, H. Sibilsky, K. Zima, S. Holub. FIRST ROW: V. Graf, S. Tombal, R. Soucek, G. Kostichka, I. LeCloux, A. Rutledge, L. Peterson, G. Bohman, K. Kirchman, K. Krueger, B. Gunnlaugsson, M. A . Mickelson. DEBATE--TOP ROW: Mr. Mayo, L. Busch, B. Kofler, D. Mickelson. SEATED: J. Hucek. 5- Sfillwell, M- Reirlert Facing the Facts "What should be the Role of the Federal Govern- ment in Providing Medical Care to the Citizens of the United States?" was the question for the seven pro and con debaters directed by Mr. Mayo. A debate clinic attended in Madison preceded the schedule of actual competition. The Debate club, though small in number, was not lacking in desire to persuade by presenting strong informative material. This training has strong po- tential for active participation in public affairs. LATIN CLUB--TOP ROW: L. Hall, G. Melchoir, M. Peot, J. Parkos, C. Pflughoeft, T. Romdenne, J. Hunsa- der. SECOND ROW: C. Maedke, S. Stika, J. Holub, K. Krause, J.Breit- low, S. Sibilsky, J. Rodrian. FIRST ROW: J. Mraz, B. Nesemann, J. Jera- bek, J. Pagel, M. Reinert, T. gecor- sky, J. Gunnlaugsson, Mr. Heidt. Following the Latins The Latin Club is aptly named "Juvenes Romani, ' Roman Youth, under the direction of Mr. Heidt. This year's membership consisted of twenty-four students. Regular officers were J. Mraz, Presidentg J. Jerabek, Vice-Presidentg M. Reinert, Secretary: andJ. Gunnlaugsson, Treasurer. Organizational improve- ments were made with the election of additional offi- cers. These were P. Van Price, Point Chairmang B. Nesemann, Program Chairman: G. Melchior, Reporter J. Pagel and T. Secorsky, Consuls. 63 F, H,A.--TOP ROW: R. Soucek, C. Breitlow, M. Mickelson, S. Sibilsky, J. Gunnlaugsson, B. Thiry, N. Pom- mier, S. Tombal, P. Gaedtke, S. Albertson. FOURTH ROW: N. Novak, S. Krause, S. Pommier, C. Shields, C. Hoppe, G. Kostichka, W. Wolske, T. Bero, L. Burmeister, S. Dandois. THIRD ROW: S. Koss, D. Still- well, L. Swette, P. Berger, K. Koss, M. Baum, J. Kostka, J. Tlachac, L. Wessel. SECOND ROW: N. Bosdech J. Zirbel, S. Haack, P. Bero, M. Dier, S. Stillwell, B. Shields, M. Peot, R. Carmody, J. Holub. FIRST ROW C. Pflughoeft, M. Molle, V. Langer, J. Phillips, Miss Cooper, D. Yanda, B. Heller, J. Breitlow, C. Maedke. Focus on F.H.A. Under the guidance of Miss Cooper, forty-eight Officers for the year were J. Phillips, President, members of the Algoma Chapter of the F. H. A. V. Langer, Vice-Presidentg M. Molle, Secretary, C. worked to revise and increase this year's program. Pflughoeft, Treasurer, B. Heller, Reporter, D. The year's activities included .a jaunt to 3 Yanda, Historian, J. Breitlow and J. Holub, Parlia- Green Bay style show, a visit to Milwaukee's Holiday m61TCHIiHI1S: I. Tlachac, Degree Chairmallz and N. Folk Fair, a U, N, I, C, E, F, collection, Novak, Recreation Director. preparation of tray favors for the hospital and Havenet, candlelight initiation for new members, an F. H. A. - F. F. A. Christmas party, a United Nations Day display and tea for the faculty, a style show at the close of the year, and treat selling at various sport events. F, H, A, OFFICERS--STANDING: J. Breitlow, C. Pflughoeft, M. Molle, B. Heller. SEATED: D. Yanda, J. Phillips, V. Langer. F. F. A.--TOP ROW: J. Nellis, G. Griese, M. Prust, K. Herlache, J. Hucek, A. Seidl, C. Hucek B Bellin, D. Haack, B. Haack. FOURTH ROW: R. Schuster, D. Nell, R. Viste, D. Junion, J. Riederer S, Engelking, B. Vandervest, M. Paradise, L. Wessel, G. Schlorf. THIRD ROW: J. Rush, T. Prust, W Deprez, C. Shaw, S. Perlewitz, S. Gunnlaugsson, R. Lawrence, M. Teske, M. Halada, R, Pavlat SECOND ROW: J. Feld, L. Schlorf, B. Glander, D. Wessel, J. Steiner, B. Schley, L. Schmiling, R Neuzil, D. Rodrian. FIRST ROW: Mr. Koss, T. Blahnik, D. Bosdech, W. Raether, A. Olson, B. Wierichs, D. Rye, L. Schiesser. ABSENT: M. Bohman, J. Alexander, T. Berger. Agriculture - - Dynamic and Challenging America, composed of fifty members elected A. Olson, Presidentg T. Blahnik, Vice-Presidentg L. Schiesser, Secretary, B. Wierichs, Treasurer, W. Raether, Reporter, D. Rye, Sentinel, and D. Bos- dech, Chaplain. Mr. Koss is the adviser. Important leadership events of the chapter in- cluded participation in the county and state fair exhibitions, Northeastern Livestock Show, state judging contest, Officer Training School, Green Lake Convention, Wis. Co-op Youth Rally, National Safety Council, Junior Dairymen's Assn. and F. F. A. and Conservation speaking contests. Principal chapter projects were the Annual Parent and Son Banquet, a rat and mouse campaign, calendar sales, certified seed sales, dairy herd testing, planting 5, OOO reforestation trees, St. Nicholas Dance, Red Cross Campaign, and a trip to Chicago. Special achievem ents and awards were a Superior Chapter rating, a Land o' Lakes Co-op Award, a sectional Chapter Safety Award, two showmanship awards at the county fair, and the ap- plication for two Wisconsin Farm er degrees. A sec- The Algoma Chapter of the Future Farmers of tional Farming Program Award was won by Lee Schiesser and the second sectional Pioneer Corn Award was again won by Joe Steiner. F. F. A. --Mr. Koss, L. Schiesser, W. Raether, T Blahnik Award 49550 checkj made by National Safety Congress in Chicago. Wi I ..,.,,,-55 LIBRARY CLUB--TOP ROW: L. Kaus, G. Delfosse, A. Hoffmann, M. Blaha, K. Dufek, S. Naze, C. Bathke. SECOND ROW: R. Carmody, C. Charles, S. Pavlik, J. Monfils, D. Brandt, D. Heuer, C. Jorgenson. FRONT ROW: Miss Sondalle, P. Stika, L. Kostichka, L. Zirbel, N. Haack, G. Dufek. Read to Learn and Learn to Read The Library Club was again organized under' the direction of Miss Sondalle. Meetings were held twice a month during the home- room period to discuss new methods or problems that arose. Awards were given at the end of the year for the performance of special duties such as making a bulletin board display, circulating books, and keeping the library neat. The eighteen members were led by L. Kostichka, President: L. Zirbel, Vice-President: and P. Stika, Secretary-Treasurer. IN THE LIBRARY--POWERHOUSE OF LEARNING WE STUDY TOGETHER ,W,,,,,.....- -raw . """lw-.,,,,N. il: 11' STUDENT FORUM--TOP ROW: J. Dier, R. Wierichs, R. Nesemann, T. Bero, J. Charles, C. Lienau, S. Still- well, J. Hunsader, E. Wiesner, G. Melchoir. THIRD ROW: L. Zirbel, B. Granius, P. Hein, C. Charles, S. Bisely, S. Ackerman, K. Delveaux, S. Kohlbeck, J. Phillips, L. Hall. SECOND ROW: K. Krause, J.Novak, C. Jorgenson, K. Koss, S. Wiesner, S. Sibilsky, J. Holub, C. Maedke, N. Dart, K. Kirchman, K. Kohlbeck. FIRST ROW: J. Mraz, T. Hoffmann, L. Guth, Miss Higgins, J. Jerabek, J. Hall, N. Novak, B. Nilsen. Widening Onr Horizons Developing Developers As future leaders of tomorrow, students must be well informed about the happenings around the world today. This was the aim of the 1963-'64 session of Student Forum. Under the guidance of Miss Higgins, forty members of this discussion club elected Linda Guth as President, Jamie Hall as Vice-President, and Jeanne Jerabek as Secretary-Treasurer. Through panel discussions, the members became better acquainted with American problemsg state, national and world affairsg and the teen-age problems of today. The Camera Club, advised by Mr. Bardouche, had nine members. Its officers were Leslie Kostichka, President: Priscilla Timble, Vice-President: and Pat Rye, Secretary-Treasurer. This year the Camera Club has been concentrat- ing on quality rather than quantity of pictures pro- duced. Some club members have received advice and aid with the developing and enlarging of pictures from Harmann Studios. CAMERA CLUB--TOP ROW: K. Korth, R. Carmody, K. Stay, L. Nell, L. Wessel, Mr. Bardouche. FIRST ROW: P. Rye, P. Timble, C. Engelking, L. Kostichka. LETTERMEN'S CLUB--TOP ROW: L. Meyer, B. Wierichs, J. Stephenson, R. Antonneau, J. Pavlick, P. Van Price THIRD ROW: L. Busch, D. Parins, D. Bair, J. Serrahn, R. Graf, D. Hettiger, I. Kambach. SECOND ROW: J. Fett, M. Wautlet, T. DeMeuse, L. VanLanen, J. Heidmann, B. Kulhanek, D. Wenz, Mr. VanEgeren. FIRST ROW: L. Schmiling, D. Charles, G. Heidmann, J. Charles, J. Cesar, T. DuPont, C. Lienau. Sportsmanship Means Fair Pla The Lettermen's Club, in its tenth year, wel- comed ten new members, to make the total number Jim Pavlick thirty. The officers included L. VanLanen, Presi- dent: I. Fett, Vice-President: and R. Graf, Secre- tary-Treasurer. The adviser was Mr. VanEgeren. The major function of the Lettermen's Club was to band together the major letter winners of various sports. Certain money-making activities, such as an annual dance and a car wash, enable the club to purchase extra equipment. John Charles C125 Gary Heidrnann 4135 Sturgeon Bay Game miss: swssif.-war. rpsrfrasu,-:f"1sir. 4 f'. Ng-L' fm xx O ,, , T 2 R x W. i 5 ia ' 3 kk K ,,.. - Q Nl 'xf fj -' f A . A 1 j , i SPORTS MONTAGE'-F I R S T RO W: L. VaI'1LaI16l'1, Coach Vanligeren. SECOND ROW: I. Serrahn, R. Antonneau. TOP ROW: Victorious Team and 'B Coach St. Catherine. if' fn I+- VARSITY FOOTBALL--TOP ROW: Coach Van Egeren, D. Naze, J. Parkos,J. Kambach D Hudson D I-lettiger C. Hucek, J. Alexander, I. Pagel, D. Haack, B. Novak, G. I-Ieidmann. SECOND ROW L Busch D Rye R Bero, B. Girard, I. Stephenson, J. Serrahn, L. Schmiling, R. Antonneau, G. Magle D Charles M Wautlet Coach Wilbert. FIRST ROW: Coach St. Catherine, B. Wierichs, M. Prust, I. Heidmann I Charles J Pav lick, I. Cesar, I. Schuch, D. Wenz, P. Van Price, D. Parins. Algoma Algoma Algoma Algoma Algoma Algoma Algoma Algoma Fall Days Feature Football FOOTBALL SEASON, 1963 N.E. W. CONFERENCE STANDINGS Kewaunee De Pere West De Pere Seymour Sturgeon Bay Pulaski Preble Oconto Falls West De Pere East De Pere Preble Oconto Falls Oconto Kewaunee Algoma Pulaski Sturgeon Bay Seymour FRESI-IMAN FOOTBALL--TOP ROW: S. Storm, D. Karnitz, D. Farron, D. Poehls D Brauer M Annoye A Halverson. SECOND ROW: L. Busch, J. Johnson, D. Novak, J. Anderson, T. Werner B Romdenne M I-Iala da, Coach Van Egeren. FIRST ROW: C. Bohman, B. Bero, D. Nell, M. Albertson, R Viste M Herbner C Hutter . ,, -:1 if 1 ' - . . .3 -ef .gi . V-,ASQ S - -1' SBE -N, is if 2. -v A if if -1: , Q S si "i A I ssgwgs Ip.. .w f f B ? ' sq E ..., ...ig as. W xv .5253 A Ang! E . K. K KLLLA M . . is D ,YA x KWSN W Q' ,iff 4555 4' ,Q 6 ,. A Q f A . Sw 2 .,,... ,,.. B HB s 'I WI EW? gmRQNx s ,,.,.. . . , t - X My ....,,.. Q f 'il ': 'X S " 'F' B " A "f ss s. 5 f "" . s , ., . 1 ' .1-if . M. 'x waxy.. ...KE J ,r-"' W ri? 'l ,sl J. Charles I - CGS-ar J. Pavlick Seniors Show Skull and Sportsmanshlp D. Wenz M. Prust J. Schuch J. Heidrn ann B. Wierichs , 'D ' . . .,g Q , , x xA ., P JK-. ' . ,.- -x 'SA ' . 1 ,. . v , QW 4 N . " - f ' 1 w 1' -nu, NI 12340 g , 'S 1 , . , " 15, If ,V , A :' ' J. Lf , Ag , " . 4 4. Q., ' ,Ap-A A- tW.,. ' U. If f , ,JL , 65 7 VARSITY BASKETBALL--TOP ROW: R. Bero, P. VanPrice, J. Serrahn, T. DeMeuse, J. Fett, L. VanLanen, M. Wautlet, L. Schmiling, R. Charles, J. Pavlick, D. Hettiger, R. Graf. FIRST ROW: R. Kulhanek, Mr. Wilbert, Mr. VanEgeren, L. Busch. Wolves G0 Undefeated First Time in History N. E. W. CONFERENCE RECORD, WON 14, LOST O A. H. S. SEASON'S RECORD, VARSITY BASKETBALL SEASON, 1963-64 1' Nov Algoma 81 Casco "' Nov. Algoma 49 Abbot Pennings "' Nov Algoma 49 Southern Door Nov. Algoma 78 Oconto 1' Dec. Algoma 69 Luxemburg Dec. Algorna 81 Sturgeon Bay Dec. Algoma 75 Kewaunee Dec Algoma 64 Preble Dec Algoma 66 DePere Jan. Algoma 90 Oconto Falls Jan. Algoma 52 West DePere Jan. Algoma 87 Seymour Jan. Algorna 74 Pulaski Jan. Algoma 71 Oconto Feb. Algoma 70 Sturgeon Bay Feb. Algoma 55 Preble Feb. Algoma 69 DePere Feb. Algoma 54 Kewaunee "' Non-Conference SUB-REGIONAL TOURNAMENT AT WEST DE PERE Mar. 3 West DePere 43 Kewaunee DePere 65 Sturgeon Bay Mar. 5 Algoma 70 Kimberly 46 WON 18, LOST O N. E. W. CONFERENCE W L PS OP Algoma 14 0 986 310 Pulaski 10 4 888 754 DePere 9 5 895 837 Preble 8 6 861 782 West DePere 8 6 915 813 Seymour 7 7 827 852 Oconto 7 7 897 881 Sturgeon Bay 5 9 859 891 Kewaunee 2 12 818 917 Oconto Falls 0 14 715 1126 MARK WAUTLET TAKES NEW SCORING CROWN G T TP Mark Wautlet 104 73 236 Jim Pavlick 80 40 200 John Fett 65 24 154 Mark Wautlet led the Conference scor- ing at a clip of 20.4 points per game. Jim Pavlick and John Fett also rated with the high individual scorers in the N. E. W. V. ml' fx if Q44 -f V 6' Y QM, xx.. D rx' h 'D 1 5? an Hi i 3 'wa 0- . TRACK TEAM, 1963--TOP ROW: Coach Schmitz, A. Seidl, D. Guth, J. Rabas, D. Bair, R. Bero, R. Nesemann R. Antonneau, L. Schmiling, J. Pagel, D. Hettiger, T. Berger, J. Clark, D. Naze. SECOND ROW: G. Scha- bow, D. Hudson, J. Serrahn, I. Stephenson, L. Meyer, T. DeMeuse, D. Charles, M. Peot, C. Englebert, M. Prust, J. Cesar, B. Kulhanek, G. Marquarclt, W. Detjen. FIRST ROW: J. Dier, D. Rupp, D. Paul, D. Rye, L. Herlache, B. Paplham, C. Anderson, T. Wendricks, T. Junio, D. LeClouX, D. Younk, D. Heidmann, G. Magle. Setting the Pace . . . The Track Team TRACK MEET RESULTS, 1963 STATE SECTIONALS AT GREEN BAY Algoma 61 Kewaunee 57 Iunio in Hurdles Algoma 50 De Pere 68 Younk in Discus Algoma 42 1X2 Luxemburg 87 1X2 Casco 18 Algoma 38 Sturgeon Bay 80 Algoma 3rd 49 1X2 5 teams Invitational at Mishicot Algoma 5th 10 teams Conference Meet Algoma 6th 10 teams Conference Relays T D I. R. B. D C M D. HIGH HURDLES--M. Prust Q! ER X' S - .,, l ' 1 , 5- A g-.,..,. ...:sf, hv. . 1 U , .M -z . 4 fr, SCORING, Iunio Younk Stephenson Graf Paplham Charles Anderson Prust Hettiger 1963 M-xx STATE MEET AT MADISON Junio, 5th in Hurdles Younk, 5th in Discus POLE VAULT--L. Schmiling a 4 vs. ASW ff' 15, x- 1 X AY , 1 f.. . M Q v NN W-.M .al-'32 BASEBALL, 1963--TOPROW: M Teske T Rorndenne T Secorsky F Pavlrk B Hafeman R Benz J Kam bach. SECOND ROW: Coach Van Egeren T Haack B Guard B Wrerlchs G Herdrnann J Charles Coach Wilbert. FIRST ROW: S Gunnlaugsson D Wenz I Fett J Serrahn 1 Pavlrck M Wautlet L Busch. Kneeling: B. Halverson N. E. W. CONFERENCE Wolves vs. Eagles--M. Wautler bamng W Wllbert Ump Sturgeon Bay 4 Algoma Algoma Sturgeon Bay Kewaunee Algoma Preble Algoma Preble Algoma Kewaunee Algoma NON-CONFERENCE Algoma 5 Casco Algoma 5 Gibraltar TOURNAMENT Algoma 12 Southern Door Sevastopol 6 Algoma SEASON'S RECORD--.400 Algoma Won 4 Lost BASEBALL LETTERMEN--D. I-Iettiger J Pavllck G STOLEN BASES Heidrnann, J. Fett, T. Wendricks M Wautlet R Pavhck Graf, J. Serrahn, J. Charles, R. Wenz T Haack Hetuger G. Jenerjohn, J. Kambach. Graf X XX ig L, I Y A .,f' A' if sf , ' fs . ., ' .,,.,,, .,. - s iq, --, .Sy Az . ' ..,f as-ir., l X N. AJSTX :FIFTH F Q5 . TU 5. " H X,- el . .. l .R .,..-.pu-,,, 1 - Aw M . 6 y G , rf, W.f.,rg.,-,f,-g-.:,.L12.'f','- - 'Af .-S. 4-.R -1- .-: 1. 4 """xe'!.-fi"- .5511 1155" W" 2.5-,5-I., ,-.I 5-.. , f' V Z .: .,- :ea 1.5: ,,- ,-.. gigs Q w. VJ 0 xe:f,.Y, . k gwgfiiiiifziiiingxii imaf , N. x ,' Y f f , ,H ,L 6 I 0 0? XX f r H33 , 9, X X , . G ' ' '55 H gu L ,mf-wa' il N Y JUNIOR PROM, 1963- -First Row: Jean Shaw, "Queen"Jackie LeC1oux "King" Mike Reinert, Tom Junio. School Ll e s xx Q R ,C j, i xg: i I "THE QUIET VILLAGE" PROM--Top Row: Court after Coronation, Post-Prom Parry. SECOND ROW: J. WoIske B. Kulnanekg J. HaII, I. Charlesg I. Cesar, P. Hein. FIRST ROW: J. Hucek, E. Wiesner, Serving Punch--I. Anderson, E. CoIun1b, N. Haack, M. Bero, C. Jorgenson, M. Prust, S. Mraz. 52 1 r I 1. . In N ,f 1' L li' 'Ax 1 TW 15:5 '39 KA ti if '32 4,3 qi - six rr ' X., . I 'f'f'r3'Lf'5.:J D QQ 1' I .425 4- .. if f . , 1l.f QQ Q 'W ' ts we., 5 N 1 Q'-W44 I 5 L... J' I N Qgrfiq-gi ,.- n N ' 11 Lil 3 "-' 1 a 72 if -94 SENIOR CLASS PLAY--BACK ROW: M. Bero, M. Reinert, M. Peot, D. Girard, M. Prust, S. Pav- lik, C. Jorgenson. FRONT ROW: E. Wiesner, K. Koss, J. LeCloux, C. Charles, B. Nilsen, Not present--J. Hucek, C, Maedke, Director, Mr. Harold Heidt, Student Director, Carol Jorgenson. "TOO MANY GIRLS" "Too Many Girls", a three act comedy, was upresented by the Senior Class on the evenings of April 4th and 5th. Spring is synonymous with romance, so it's all to the good that there are "too many girls" to at- tract the attention of handsome Uncle Henry. Since everyone is interested in helping him choose a wife, Uncle Henry is confronted by the most hilarious situations possible. "WILL-O-THE-WISP" The one act play presented for the 1963 con test was "Will-o-the-Wisp", a drama. The cast consisted of Mary Bero, Sherrie Stilwell, Harriet Sibilsky, and Betty Nilsen. The director was Miss Sondalle. The play was presented at De Pere on October 30th where it received a third rating. ONE ACT PLAY--H. Sibilsky, B. Nilsen, S. Stillwell, Mr. Bero. iii I i V l V I I V J I J Sept. 3 Oct. 4 7 14 15 16 26-27 30 30 Nov. 7-8 12 25 28 Dec. 9 11 15 18 20 Jan. 7 15 23 23-24 Feb. 4 8 22 Mar. 3 6-7 24 26-27 Apr. 4-5 10 11 22 26 May 2 9 22 June 5 CALENDAR, 1963-1964 A. H. S. had 81 seniors, 86 juniors, 114 sophomores, 96 freshmen. Carey Baumann gl William Schley reigned at Homecoming. County teachers met in Algoma. Band and Chorus members began selling magazines. David Hall stressed driving safety. Group pictures were taken. Chorus presented "The Red Mill. " Lew Johnson spoke about snakes. One-act play contest at De Pere. Teachers attended W. E. A. Convention. Jan Berkshire gave a lyceum program. A. H. S. observed the National Day of Mourning for Pres. Kennedy. Thanksgiving vacation began. Sophomores 8s juniors had Career Day at Algoma. North Central Assn. evaluated Algoma High School. Band 82 Chorus held a Concert. Don Lonie spoke on "Three Rs. " Christmas vacation started. "Joan of Arc" was presented. Becky Granius received D. A. R, award. Mr. Hanson replaced Mrs. Wacek. Semester tests were given. Annual B. l. E. Day was held. Senior semi-formal was "Wonderland by Night. " Senior trip to see ice hockey. Regional basketball tournaments held at West De Pere. Lyceum presented by F. Lowery. Easter vacation. Senior Play, "Too Many Girls." N. E. Wis. Teachers' Convention. Solo fit Ensemble Concert attended at Sturgeon Bay. Charles King's lyceum was given. Chorus CSL Band Spring Concert. State Music Festival was held. Concert Festival was at Sturgeon Bay. Junior Prom featured "Flower Drum Song. " Commencement for Class of 1964. SENIOR SCHOLARSHIP HONORS VALEDICTORIAN"'JalT1ie Hall SALUTATORIAN - -Jeanne Ho lub SCHOLARSHIP KEYS Jamie Hall Jeanne Holub Marilyn Novak Joanne Tlachac Ln. BAND COUNCIL--TOP ROW: V. Langer, I. Hall, K Zima, B. Granius, E. Columb, K. Kohlbeck, C. 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