Antigo High School - Hi Light Yearbook (Antigo, WI)

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E ' ' ,M" ' gm? e s PA' 'W Av , . , 7 Q 1 ,A .A r I, '. b. , f , T' ffl "fn, 'hy' ,NA ,Y 1 -A S,, x Q . 1 gf Q, THE HI-LIGHT ANTIGO HIGH SCHOOL ANTIGO WISCONSIN J I R I I MPA Page Q fn M Q-tr Donald James is mtg wiv Although Don is not here to graduate with his classmates he will be with them in their memories for they can never forget his cheerful smile his keen sense of humor and his intense enthusiasm for school life. We dedlcate thvs thurty suxth edmon of the HI LIGHT to our good 'fnend and efflclent prmclpal Morgan Poullette Hts popularity with both students and faculty us due partly to the fact that he ns never too busy to stop and llsten to our serlous problems or to krd us about our mnnor ones Page 3 0 . 51 5 . 1 Q 1-1 -, .V ' . X , K 34 ', , . - - rl - n ADMINISTRATION -15 Page 4 . Secrevcry Lcuro Hombley Supermtendent Homer Delong Secretory Nom Severens 'Q- Mr S Byrne Mrs Nora Severens Mr C Sadlner Mr A Reunert Mr G Douglas Mr H DeLong Mr W Schultz THE BOARD OF EDUCATION Mrs F Kolerus Mr C Gunderson Mrs O Johnson age 5 Page 6 Pruncxpul Morgan Pouliehe Secreiary Irene Hermann FACULTY '00 HARTWELL BEISER Chemustry Hu Lnght Photography Photography Club JOSEF BAUSCHKA Instrumental Muslc Band Orchestra Q- pus MRS MARIE BLAIR ARLINE CONROW DAWN DAUGHHTEE Home Economlcs Socual Sclence Manual Arts Future Homemckers Forensics Assrstant Intramurals Noon Hour Supervision Head Sophomore Advlser EMILY GARDNER MARGUERITE HASSE ROBERT HOEY Llbrarlan Lctm Englnsh Er19lISl1 5PeECh Lubrary Club Student Councul Athletlcs ASSISVUYIY Asmdant Sophomore Advmer lchn Club IHWGNUVON Page 7 W' a 4 'Iv . I I. Q LAWRENCE .IANSKY Physical Education Athletics Director Attendance Officer ROLE LARSON Mathematucs Gundance Durector Testrng Recordrnq System 'T CLAIRE McCLELLAN Enqluslw H Ln It College Gmdance Scholarships Page 8 EMMA JORDRE REX KRULL Home Economics Mathematics Eta Epsilon Athletics Assistant Banquets Intramurals GERTRUDE LEASUM CYRIL LYONS Social Science Agrnculture Head Senior Adviser Future Farmers Club ARTHUR MEHREN LUCILLE MILLER Physrcs Commercial Publuc Address System Assxstant Antxqonlan Forcstry Club Assrstant Senror Adwsor 5 vt H x fo, - Vt r 1 I- 'gl 4 A Ak I A ELIZABETH MOE Art Supervisor wt ,ki fi Nai- A "'-II' MARY MOORS WILSON MORAN English Hislory-Bookkeeping English Dept. Chairman School Bcnluing vii 'S 5- MARGUERITE MORANG Physical Education G A A Cheerleaders Noon Hour Supervision .4 VERLE NECK PHILIP NORDHUS English Speech Anhgonnon Debcle Dromczhcs Assislonl Senior Adviser R04 AGNES NOREM EILEEN O BRIEN M! RGARET PACKER Social Science Commercial Bvoloqy Social Scierce Depf Clwourmon Hi Liqhl Business Monoqcr ASSCIWIDIY Cho irnun Assislcnl Senior Adviser Assislonr J w or Advis pd-56 Q Page 'IO GORDON PETERSON Social Scuence Intramurals Director Assistant Junior Advuser MARGARET SCOTT FLORENCE THEISEN Blology Mathematvcs Detenhons Head Junior Advuser , 4 if . I I xl JOE WEIX Woodwork Assnstant Sophomore Advxser Assistant Intramurals DOROTHY ROBINSON BETH SCHULZE English Spanush Vocal Musuc Supervrsor Spanish Club Glee Clubs Choirs CLYDE WEEKS Auto Mechanucs .Q ' - lg 1 .1-Elf l I 76, FACULTY QL!! we 23 Chrisimos Party at Mr. Hu1chinson's PA R T I E S Pariy at Mr Moron s Cottage Chnstmus Tea page 11 lx 5, .M . x 72. Q Q V , . 0 7fze qwawm l,f,.-IUJ. SENIOR CLASS OFFICERS Presrdent Dwrght Teske Vrce President Ken Fmger Secretary Treasurer Nancy Teske Teske Teske Fmger As the sensor class leaves thus school at looks back wrth prrde on nts accomplishments malorrty of the class members The Prom put on by thus class was the first post war prom and as a result drew a larqe crowd whrch made at a tinancral as well as social success The Sensor Spread brought the class together agaon for an evening of fun with Hard Trmes as the theme ln athletics the names of such members of the class as Fmger Sams Drengler Drercks Wagner and Teske wall not be forgotten The members of the class of 47 have left a Hne record behind them Page 13 - A . i L The Sophomore Spread was a big success and was attended by the Page 14 Beverly Adams Ramona Adamskl Joan Ariz Mary Atknnson JoAnn Bacon S Ronald Behm f 7 John Ballas Evelyn Beloit Rosemary Arndl Wllllam Aullk Jack G Baranlak Lenore Berg Q 1 Harold Bergeron s Xi Harry Bma Anna Bonnell Ca? Q-4. O Earl Brandow is LaVerne Bergman Pearl Bergman Norma Blshop Thelma Boetrcher as W5 K , air J fff' wh., 'fa' 'IE' Roger Bovee Harold Bovef warm wi 'Q 53.4 Floyd Brandt Alice Braun Page 15 . x . i .- f if fi , if I 5 ' A f 1 B r B ff' , fa A t W g . 1 ,., , -, 1" 31 , 'li , 7 , ' , ,-, LN., V B, ., . A 5' 15'f'3'ixf"2:" ' '1?zf::.g-A 4?j1g,.-- . 5 - 1 lik "',-.QGIQW Bk ffifff' , 15 I H -. A 1 . tl , , "wifi, ,. if 5 , - ' gW3?f-of - 'B " QR ' 2 3: 'L ' 'Q B E ' -1' ' Q. W - W. Aj , x . ,r z ' 1 ev- HA- . - 1"-1 , 2.11. . " - ' 3 1 ,-MJ, ,P .,:,",?gjf ,..,. - f x V U We 5.-wr? cava Q . n 5 "' If 4-4:-,V 51,-'PT . 1. 15, '51 g A .Q fi vw. ' f 5 - . . S54 'A T 5 L 8 x , I, A " ,V A Qt 'Rv ' J ' ".,,, ., -5 , - , x , . '1QN3.!i -' , ' , e. Page 'I6 is Qi! Lois Briggs Mary Byrne -rw .Q "' iliffff. William Chylek I f 7 I . .L1 , X l Palrick Diercks i Mariorie Brillenham 'C'7 Kathleen Carlson Lois Conachen pe' Q' x William Diercks A1245-W w, X , -r. .V, Mavis Buboltz AA , iff Carmen Chylek .-vw, 'nk ,,, we Gordon Dickman Delores Dietrich Margaret Donohue Gerald Doucette il C 5 I 'Q I - sv- ,1 1 1 mr xl Shirley Doucefte George Drengler Arlene Duquefte Edith Ecker Q'-V g Elizabeth Fergin Kenneth Finger Jean Doucette X X E Joan Driscoll Doris Eder E I Delores Fischer Page 17 Page 18 -'-7 Duck Fleuscher Joyce Gorton ,qw Y' Evelyn Godleske Delores Greemng 141' Florence Flelschman Donald Ford 1' N., Nd 1'7- xfr Jocquelyn Gee Lounse Gluglo 94- 46 'i X.. Auron Grady Richard Groll 'VU' Beverly Gruenberg Lois Guenfhner , 4' n ' "' 46? ,f Ai - ge 'W ,pi A 4' f , r , X Q l l .S ,sc ff 4 . I , A "" "" f ,f u f' c f-" fri -r' few . f , A s ' ' -:V K 2 .A ' fry ' K A ' ty I, 5 tg, y 4 fl ll l I ' . ' K 3 Roe Guenthner 'haw AX Betty June Hafner '89 up- Patrlck Hcxrrungton -dv Lorrcune Hutt B4 e .5 :fx .f.4Fi X f 'ff'-,Z Richard Gunderson V' Emmalune Honousek 'tv Potrucuo Hayes if wwf' y- as s l A 1 L: . K 0 . 0'i2Y'X..'l-.AQ-T ' Phyllis Hcferbecker 'S' Joy Harm 'DQ 'X W f 'f 1 Bull Henry Don Hux Cloralean Hoeft Page 19 3 m f ' , A ' y as Q A Ci. sq b AY , 4 'I Y! X M ss- J, 4-'H 5' . 1553 e, X ' I ff?" kv-1 .L A wh? N ful Qi t s -"' '-Q, 4 lg hwt" k . rv- I V Q t ,. y A , -A A We 1 . 3 . Y . 524 , f I f . . -1, Li- :L F 7 . ' '-.2 Elame Hoeft Lowell Holup Beatrlce Holloway 'Q' Dorothy Houdek 448 Ira Hurlbut Jeanean James tt "" 'O loss Jesse Dons Johnson Page 20 Gwen Holup Patrlck Hunter ibm Iii- will Patrrcla Janes Delores Jones 1 J x f S W eq-3 . Q .I l'l A X iyigfif J "fr 5- J -3 A fjsx 5 ' mx QM A D N ll 1' Merlene Jones Helen Keen Vg.:-. .:: -.22 Mervin Keneipp su- 'C' . 5-.M-f ' 44?4. , .-L+-'f 1' r"5.'Q - .- ey . "1 ,ki 'if 1 'H fs? L -e , E-iw: 5,25 A - f Xi ' . 4- ' ' ,Q , Q-' Jerry Kontney Z X ,, 23, x , A I -0 '1 ' C' 5 ll X ,A 'Q X f Ex: x ,, SN X I H 6 In Vila- ' O xN- s Q 11- A ai" Allen Kcllz Joe Kcpusla l. N , , K A . K ' Rachel Keen Dolores Kelnofer 'QF f Dick Keslly Bonnie Kohler 'Q fl Q ff Edward Kopeschka Jock Koutnik Page Q1 Page QQ l' Q .- I D, fel Charles Krall Carol Kreger Carole Krueger gi! 2 lt" Q I X - f .gs J 'f' Raymond Kuenzli Joyce leiskau Richard Leiterman it Mary Ann LeTendre Dorothy Lingle Anita Loos A Q1 0 5 ,, 1 ,NN uf ' . rf-, Lyman Lund Betty MacDonald Donald Markgraf Sf' if 1 M Joyce Morquordf Patsy McDougal 'gt al Cholmer Mcuk KK Larry McKinnon Wx K I 45- x fa, , vw- fc? Nj ' 23 y rl . 'M , Q -,,,,,' V V k .:1 Jig .Anile x ' 4 , A Y Walter McNair Delores Murphy X M f, H f .3 Myron Meinerf 4' 15" F Tom Murphy 513 Q Henry Moyo Jeanine McMeekin Marie Muench ,'3P' Donna Necry Page 93 Page Q4 l Robert Nelson Phyllis Ottman Helen Pcltzer 1-'Q 1. W5 Gene Peters n,5-ei. Mi Jerome Nolan Donna Ourada xx Gene Pavek Fra nk Peterson 'Rv lames Norem 95. Mary Parfltt ,ft- X I 377 ,ZNXX :J xl Tom Pavek -5 JL LMP fn vs -v 3' 0 -1 P ll Q Theresa Ploederl Evelyn Prasalowicz Helen Preboski ' 2 f Gertrude Price John Prodoehl Phyllis Raab 4 ...A P' . Betty Raess Betty Reif Janet Reinerr L,-B Y Margaret Rolo Donna Rusch Jean Samolinski Page 95 Page Q6 rf, 3 .7519 . lf. gl f I, Arthur Sarris Roger Schmiege 3 at 'Y ' t 'M x - 'W f H it r rr 4? . t Alfred Savino 5, X: h 22 1 lk J L Stanley Schroepfer , 4 Mg? Robert Sch umitsch Beverly Schwartz 5 11' :L 'J A ' 'II' XA 5 3 .-', l'h'w X Donna Shanks Joe Shipek Floyd Saykally -8' ,ff - Rose Marie Schultz Phylis Servi he y 2 t C- 9 f., 'lui Joe Singer if- J l X X l F Dolores Sllzewski Mary Sorano -Q09 1-,qf 5' L v" , , at m,1A if Donald Sleber Jean Steber Joan Slrnad Jean Strobel Dwight Teske Eugene Teske -Q, I 'lr ls A of fl .surfi I Ralph Stondiford 0 QL AQ... 'W' W l A 'D X Herbert Slengel Eunice Stuempges Nancy Teske Page 97 Page Q8 if-nu. Francis Thern ,-1' Dick Utnehmer Virginia Weaver Jean Wiegert Mary Thompson Rita Wachal Sheridan Wegner iv i"1Z ""' i.,,r"3.?' ff' - Q-fi, Q V'-,gf ' W" , - Claude Wilmot 'G' Marie Turcoiie Tom Wagner Thomas Weinetz Carmen Wincenfsen l. Gs X 44" ,avi J A X QA Delmer Woyon Dolores Woyon Robert Wormcnn Rosanna Wu Jeomne Zolfz Anton Zulewskn l W.- Marvm Zalewskl Beverly Zelmskl Wmufred Zellmer KNO pictures! Alvm Jcmkowska Donlel Shlmek Page Q9 A 'W 1 ' 5 . X RX , I X 5 R-3 . '11 , Y .1 ' 'II'-"'ff:'lA:' , Q -1? "' 3' ,A ,lu ,ki W f ,: - 1 f " wks , safe A "' 'Q-. 559' Q51 . K - , , -I .f ' ' ,, 'A .- f Q -ef- MQ 4 ' "' S -. V-14 x H ' '72 ,A ' N, .L 4 , ' . Y ie" ' ,. The Prize Winners: Samolinski ond Pavek Front Row: Hanousek, Fergin, Byrne, Arndt, Ourada, Mar- quardt, Doucette. Second Row: Murphy, Holup, Zaitz, Wu, Keen, Buboltz. Third Row: Murphy, Bavet, Schwartz, Eder, Strnad, Briggs, Wachcl, Steber, Brittenhcm, Teske. Fourth Row: Aulik, Norem, Ehordt, Bonnell, Ploederl, Doucette, Lingle, Braun. SENIOR Front Row Dlercks Kontney Somolunski Guenthner Rcess Preboski Second Row Artz Krueger Hoeft Atkinson Doucette Ma: Donald Rusch Third Row Carlson Jesse Loos Jones LeTendre Hutt Keen Fourth Row Kohler Adams James Hayes Ecker Hoeft SPREAD Front Row Shipek Kestly Keneipp Reinert Conachen Third Row McKinnon Benishek Welnetz Baranuak Leiter mon Utnehmer Lund Jankowskn Povek Peg e3O 5 -i . , , - i I i 1 1 i i, , 1 . l 4- : , , . , ' - Second Row: Kopeschko, Gunderson, Worman, Zellmer, . , , . , f , ' ' . I . . . . . . , ' : I 1 I r ' V . , , f , 1 - , , , , f , . 4 , , , f . - l"""" 7? E 9 A .A The Graves Family and Hilda SENIOR CLASS PLAY "Junior Miss," coached by Mr. Philip Nordhus, was given March 25, 26, and 27 in the high school auditorium. The play was a great success, both from the acting and the financial standpoint. The leading role of Judy was played by Lois Guenthner, and other members of the cast were Judy's father and mother, Larry McKinnon and Donna Ourada, Judy's big sister, Lois, Jean Samolinski, Judy's girl friend, Fluffy, Phyllis Ottman, Mr. Grave's boss, J. B., Joe Shipek, his daughter Ellen, Mary Parfitt, Uncle Willis, Bob Worman, Hilda, the maid, Winnie Zellmer, telegraph boy, Tom Murphy, Lois's and Judy's boy friends, Ronald Behm, Lyman Lund, Dick Gunderson,Turner Richards, and Tom Pavek. Committees for the play were as follows: Publicity-Miss Eileen O'Brien, advisor, Phylis Servi, Carole Jean Krueger, Beverly Adams, Gwen Holup, Winnie Zellmer, Rosanna Wu, Elizabeth Fergin, and Delores Murphy. Sale of tickets and finance-Miss Lucille Miller, advisor, Jean Doucette and Donna Rusch. Complimentary tickets and reserved seats-Miss Claire McClellan, advisor, Joan Artz. Programs-Miss Verle Neck, advisor, Janet Reinert, Pat Janes, and Bonnie Kohler. Stage and prop- erties-Arthur Mehren and Miss Gertrude Leasum, advisors, Aaron Grady, Mervin Keneipp, Dick Utnehmer, Joe Kapusta, Mary Atkinson, Margaret Donohue, Pat Diercks, Janet Reinert, Lois Conachen, Bill Diercks, and Marvin Zaleuski. Makeup-Philip Nordhus, advisor, Gwen Holup, Be- verly Schwartz, Claraiean Hoeft, and Lois Jesse. Ushers-Miss Agnes Norem, advisor, Joan Artz, Jack Baraniak, Mary Byrne, Kate Carlson, Bill Diercks, George Drengler, Jacqueline Gee, and Al Savina. Mr. Nordus and Some of the Cast Behind the Scenes JUNIOR PROM Kung Dwught Teske Queen Donna Rusch On May 3 l946 Kung Dwtght Teske and hls Queen Donna Rusch led one hundred couples unto Apple Blossom Tame Around the sides stood apple trees an full bloom old fashnoned street lamps dnmly llghted the stdes while a half moon shone from the back wall Professor Wright and hrs orchestra played from a real park bandstand The popular punch booths represented lemonade stands The Jumor Class, with their advlsor Muss Gardner, worked under many shortage handrcaps, but the finished product was a credit to any class Page 39 Commlttees were as follows Musuc Muss Claire McClellan Advrsor Jean Doucette George Drengler Ken Ftnger Donna Ourada Powder and Check Rooms Mass Clanre McClellan Advrsor Blanche Kunze Joyce lelskau Punch Mlss Gertrude leasum Programs lnvltotlons and Publncuty Muss Agnes Norem Advvsor Kathleen Carlson Eluzabeth Fergnn Janet Rernert Nancy Teske Wrnnue Zellmer Tutkets and Fmance Mrss Eileen O Brnen Advrsor Bonnue Kohler Charles Krall Class Advisor Mrss Gardner Larry McKmnon Tom Murphy Beverly Schwartz Phylcs Selva Renovatlon Commrttee Mlss Gertrude leasum Mlss Elleen OBrlen Mr Gllhert Word Chalrmen Jack G Barnnalm Lots Conachen Bull Dlercks George Drengler Wrllram Ehlers Ken Finger Mary Partitt Janet Relnert Jean Samolrnslu Dwnght Teske Robert Worman Decoratrons Mnss Neck Mnss Gardner Mr Ward Chcrrmen .lack G Barnlak Rosemary Arndt Lots Conachen Bull Dlercks Pat Dlercks Jean Doucette George Drengler Ken Funger Don Ford Duck Gunderson Claragean Hoeft Pat Hunter Lots Jesse Carol Kreger Betty MacDonald Larry McKmnon Joyce Marquardt Donna Ourada Mary Parfitt Janet Reunert Donna Rusch Jean Samolunsku Art Sarrls Joe Shuoek Dwnghu Teske Nancy Teske Tom Wagner Bob Worman Wunnue Zellmer I I rt - -r I , . . .... ,, ,, I Don Ford . . , . OF I946 141 Q9 Q2 E, Ct. lf- sd 1--11521, I ef' ,rf Z X 5 Z Page 34 Y 4 THE CHRISTMAS FORMAL Thus year the Sensor Class undertook the prolect of puthng on a Christmas Formal and although rt had never been attempted before rt was a great success On the evening of December 23 one hundred and fifty couples danced to the music of Claude Le Duc In a Winter Wonderland The starry blue sky silhouetted whrte Christmas trees The stage was outlined In a huge Christmas wreath through which the couples stepped as they marched down from the stage The Antugo Woman s Club sponsored this dance and rt IS hoped It wlll become a tradltlon .avi 5 "' 1 l X fl . A K JK JUNIOR CLASS OFFICERS Earl Polzln President Jerry VanOoyen Vlce Preslclent Sylvia Gutensohn Secretary Treasurer VanOoyen Gutensohn Polzm The class of 1948 selected Connue Petroll Earl Polzm and Ruth Lynett as theur class ofticers durmg theur sophomore year Durnng T945 46 they entered a float nn the homecomung parade and enloyed the Sophomore Spread the theme of whach was lmagunatron The class also furnished ushers for the sensor baccalaureate class night and commencement exercuses As gumors they selected as omcers Earl Polzln Jerry VanOoyen and Sylvra Gutensohn The class chose a rung entered a float called Circus an the homecoming parade engoyed a very successful spread and put on an outstanding Prom As sensors the class hopes to become known as one of the best classes ever graduated from the school Page 35 tt ,g 5:-P 61511 is Jr in 1 1 l ' . cf . I' ' , h . I l. I -l - 1 , ' Front Row. R. Fischer, P. Fullz, P. Bosleick, W. Borrenl, F. Goemczn, E. Goemon, J. Gillis, E. Doucelte, L. Cross, L. Graveen, E. Anderson, D. Cernoch, L. Boelfclwer, A. Flemming, J. Domke, J. Drake. Middle Row: S. Cigfer, B. Feller, P. Ehlers, M. Eckmun, S, Berner, C. Blczzek, N. Goebel, S. Caslongucxy, J. Crum, S. Bovee, J. Dobrinski, D. Gehr, C. Grosskopf, L. Fischer, N. Donohue. Bock Row: W. Byrne, M. Dreschev, M. Gregurich, C. Adams, L. Angvulz, M. A. Dolegol, P. Bovee, V. Bornemon, C. Greenburg, K. DeWan, B. Arlz, T. Cheslck, B. Bclbler, P, Caldwell, M. Dougetfe, E, Grcbowsky. Fronl Row A Hombly C Muuk P Healy M MccDonold P Juchq P Mcfvxeekm W Hgwengnne L Hovey E Husnlck B Horn B Krause J Hal on clle Row E Mclchle P K muse M Kvugel h l u Fl ner cn s e r K ue er Ku es R Jo S Kopeschkc: R Lynell ack Row V org I zdre u en run: n Lung M McNo1r l FJOHZI Meyer C lnchc N Ko mon Pennlr-Qvon G Rueger C S rfsf J Rrckm n dle Row J Whr okev w we s oe el rncn w4 D WUVDEI l 5Omm9fS rong M n Trllm oc Row M no e cn uc cm o mac Wolho V or er r Po'mer S Nuefeld P Steve D Robler R Theusen x l x 1 . , . l . I V Mid :. ',.r ,.' ,T.McPoi,V.Geth ,M,Mcll5l1,M.Mye,B.rg.C. k, . yte, B : . H A , P. Miller, J. J'cho, I. Kos k, J. K ellle, S, Gut gohn, H. Mo l' ', J. Kee , I. ' le, . ', . ' 'k, E. ', . , . ch. Q Front Row: M. Wrighl, M. Tclro, D. Sornolinski, B. Vcndehey, P. Volym, C. Pelroll, B. Tibbells, l. Wield, P. Powell, S. Sleber, C. Ol! , G. 4 , . , . len o , . c . M'd , 'tt , J. Shlmek, F. Zfule ski, E. W ,S. Slc gk, R. W d Vch, l. So , S. ZOIVH - 1 - K. Sl , . E. Ye ll, J. ' On. Bk :.Zi,M.Sky,l.Pk'd,B.Ly'k,D. p,D.Pk,M.Se's,M. . ,. ,. ns, Front Row: E. Menling, G. McKinney, J. Roberts, D. Simon, D. Scolf, E, Rosie, H. Rell, J. Kubiccyzk, M, Novak, S. Koss, K. Koulnik, J. Shockelford, O. Ralph. Mnddle Row: R. Sage, R. McPhcil, E- Lang, R. Mcrciniok, K. Norlow, E. Polzln, J. Murcski, D. Koslelny, D. Kolz, J. Reynolds, E. Solin, D. Schocker, M. Merrill. Bock Rowr L. Loerhl, J. Luffey, H. NOUTG, B. Moore, H. Schremp, B. Morrissey, D. Schrader, T. Pe-Vers, B. Krueger, A. Mikkelson, D. Shcduk, H. Knop, J. Rodowco, H. McDougal, B. Kohler. From Row J Walfers C Sfengl D Welx W Wuncenfssn J Sybeldon B Tucker A Wulmol C Steger A Slrosser C Thom Bock Row V Swabodu J VanOoyen T Sione B Ut ehmer M Stabe D Tullmcn P Thomoe B Welch J Wo u k T Wu ey E Wrldrnun ron! Row D Andres J Boromok J Koske D Bemes D Hohensee F Bere A puslu T wards W O 8 Her ef Jordon J Bcuschkc T Huncosky J Cernoch B Beulow ck Row V udney C scher T eWon B orlon rolle u o r n I lf- n I I Dresely J Juch K Be ow 1. ,U I, A, I J, , I J, , n J ,I , ,I ,J ' J, A, I , , , . jUos'o, . 'I , F 1, ,, ,, ,. ,.Ko ,.Ed , .Hk,R. kl,B. Middle Row: T. Kcske, Duchrow, l.. Blosing, M. Block, V. Cohok, B. Dona, K. Henry, G. Hayes, R. Frisch, M. DePuyler, L. Drake, Bo I . . B' J , . xl , . D , . H , C. Ful , J. Bc .chu , 0. Cc Iso , C. Gllespl, R. Doro , N. Fshe, J' , . ' c, . l . A6 JUNIOR SPREAD U Q T e Grand March Becuhful Dreamer Wins Prize page 38 A Medley of Song Tltles Walk Alone Petroll , AI, ? ii I ' M 5 54 . . r ' r h , ,gy ' 9 , ' h 6 , lk I V-- ,Q xfgg - O it SOPHOMORE CLASS OFFICERS President .hm Schllleman Vrce President Jerry Tomany xx Carole Moss I Tomany Moss Schulleman The sophomore class entered the semor hugh with a highly successful lunror hugh record As freshmen the class had a fine basketball team and a good cheer Ieadmq club The Freshman Prom was a huge success This year the sophomores won first pnze on their homecomrng float and put on a clever skut for the Nekoosa game -:.:.Tf- "fs, Page 39 Secretary-Treasurer N ll 'X N Fronl Row Fronek Bergeron Boykvns Costner Bouschko Byholm Eqker Bqllos Bornemon Asher Doucette Bonll Ackerman Middle Row Cornelnus Belott Cherl Fnerst Ccrlson Boxter Borumgk Bowgng Fondow Bruenrnq Avery Betto h Bovee Bock Row Dehort ClnHord Corlson Dodge Elluott Fvsher Brno Fossbendeu Brown Bnqhum Froyer Cummmos Churney Front Row Guenthnen Gront Ness Lambert Croves Horns Knutson Kegler Petrosky Gullts Johnston Kosbohm Lnnden Knobel Olson Psemcko Hlntz Hubotch Kluboll Bock Row Grossmon Mouk Hoppe Monroe Houdek lncho Powell Preqler Novotny orllny Prlckett H guns H Ins Jlek Mentlng Front Row Suzomo Smuth Remnng on Somolnnskn Wolters Shonk Schroeder Setdl Rose Wllson Surum Roberts Sodluer Slmon Mnddle Row Rollo Vohl Sens Steed Rennpterd Tomony Rose Wrckersheem Schnchet Zwtcky Zonlz Schultz Wunnego Slkoro Bock Row Smith Wesley Roou Schultz Stossek Sknnnev Spengler Sovuno Robrecht Skorlupko Schumon Strochon Weaver Todd Roberls Page 40 Middle Row: Oldenburg, Moss, Meinert, Prosser, Oldenburg, Poqe, Michels, Morciniok, Mozonec, Lemoster, Lonq, Korinek, Pool, 1' I, , , , , , , ,M',',i9'f0Pk'f"f r nl Row N Zollpruester V Zoern L Tolro J hl on P OBrI ochol I 1 e I P I L Po G Schlelntz E Sozomo dle Row C Welnelz L R o S Tu k L nderhei T oung w r w r I Sim Schroeder Ck Row G bleber E T mskr W Whllloker J oern I n I Pz H Rue er n1Row l Hoefl K ogeny N Hcmiesler B Hayes M New B n lm ki cwren nson lrIsh H Hubolc J Menhng D Homelsler ck Row J Mahin P en n cn I e f B Richards r nl Row T Albers K Banczok J Dodge J Goemon J Guenlhner L Doering R Boers inc Bee IE Adams Guenlhner Idle Row J Pozcno C Bollcrd D Bornemon C Erickson J lusk r Ar R Arndl M AU9US'Y"' A D0 3 G Boellcher Bock Row L Gielslen R Irsdorf N Carter W Ehcrdl J rnes E er D Erlenscn D Funk "L FYONSK M DOUC9 e C Dvorak Page 41 0 1 - ' , . , . , . Sc i lem , . ' 'en, N. W , H. R'lscl k , E. Zen'sek, W. erk'ns, . gel, Mid 1 . , . osi , . c er, .Vo ', . Y , J. Sch c tz, J. Smflh, N. Sch c vz, A. Schumlch, E. ' ek, T. Bo z . , . o ', . ' , . Z , L. Doer'ng, D. Perse , V. Weiher, B. Schm'dl, D. i I, . g . Fro : . , . H , . ' , . , . , . K 0' s ', D. L .ce, K. Joh , B. ' , . h, Middle Row: J. Johnson, B. Kolkofen, R, Haviland, L. Hoppe, B. lomes, P. O'Brien, V. Novak, E, Kennedy, J. O Brien, A, Lqilermcn, Bo : . ' , . Ols , R. Nelso , T. Heckm , J. Fredericks, E. Kcl'nk , P. Moss, B. House, K. Lislle, B. Hunler, P. l ish, 0 1 . , . , . , . , . , . ' , . , M. B' , B. n', A. , P. Mu 1 ,i , . , . , . ' ', . Go 0, B. Floylef T, mar, . , . , I de I 1 . ' , . B'e , . , . , . Folk, M. By , B. d , . , . , , , . ll , Funny Paper Sophs SOPHOMORE SPREAD The Gmnd Muffh Prize Winners Beaihe and Ballard Name These Funny Choraders las, page 49 Who! c Bug Nose You Hove Mass Scottll I Prnze Winners Ccsiner and Moss N r W , , S, 51 ' . I . I , This page reserved For il OI I 4 5' xvdj ' ll .A 5, , G ,G 1:-' Ni 'Y 3, w 8 sf V ? 4 e, ,Q Q xl . , 4.4 3 . FOOTBALL Page 44 Aclionl Front Row: Kopeshko, P. Hunler, B. Diercks, Finger Doran Middle Row: Mr. Krull, Gunderson, Shipek, Scrvis Slo McKinnon. Bock Row: Mr. Jonsky, Henry, Dresely, Lislle, Horlen Football Sheboygan CenHoll2 Mcrinette ,......,........ 39 MenHl .....,,. ,.... l9 AAurshHeld .,, H. 6 Antigo Antigo Anligo Antigo SEASON OF I946 Y ' x X 5-f Ooyen, Morkgrof, Polzin, Teske, Drengler, Wagner, Ford. Kesfley, Konfney, Wilmot, Zcnewski, Hix, Johnson, Dickrnun Steber, Kelnofer, Morcinick, Ballard, Hunter, Below, JFcho, Knolinski, Mr. Hoey. Schedule AAorshHeld , ,... 6 VVcusou .... ,H .,.. U13 Stevens Point, ,.,,.... 20 Rhmelonder , ,,... 28 Antigo Anngo AnHgo Anrigo O O 6 O Action! '.'-I Page 45 Coach in 2 2 oi -J X P3 46 bar Cf hude. Ear ups 'fem . 'Bo05k, at YL YL gun-. 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'am .l Lu --9 'S ,A ' 21 ' , g,i4A il xi X' jffgtx- 3 fr s' 111113, ' If x ' S .Ju-- Q .Q . 1,-X A , . . gd fix "' L ifN':j' ' , 1' . 4 Qx fu -K". ". -' Q L . xi - ,I 'Q' C"" N ,. I Q gl ,. M ? E 'A I Queen and Afiendunfs Homecoming Dance HOMECOMING -. KM L " er fn e 'a ' g A fig Lo1s Conochen fue ' 1' iq 15. ! Nancy Teske ' :sv Crowning the Queen Mary Perm! Beify Rqegg Lois Jesse 2 Page 50 - Queen s Floov Senior Sklf rm Q' Dwlght Teske Center 'Q AN lG0 Figu- 'Yv- Don Markgraf Guard Coach Jansky 361 '55,-ri 'Nu- ff Q Jerry Va nOoyen Forward Q ,o- vo- X C41 1 QQ U Earl Polzm Guard ,QQ gun? I Daercks Guard Dick Kestley Cenler 'Rr Ari Sarrls Forward -1- Ken Finger Guard g-ex as Tom Stone-Forward QF? 1 1 Floyd Brand? Forward Hoyd Sokclly Forward Trauner Jlcha Page 53 r 'E " X Q 'tn nf Y 1 I v I 3 . - ' " 1 - K4 cr' as ' 11 N, . , - - V, ' RQ A 1 - v . -v . L-' Q Y 'uf .f 'Y - "' -' - X A4 1 S- R " ,f - J- I - k G I 1 " I n d F .. .. George Drengler-Guard - ' - ' - f 'Q V 'ls' - I 1' A ly wt A-- -.W C5 - .h 'xr - 5 ' X 1 A , ' y 1 0 - , I . . F U E I I I - B'Il ' - ' - 'A 5- t' V A-, 7' . y - A Y L ' - X ff" K 1 ' 5, ' : E . I . U ' A .a-.ay .. .-. -1- -.-.'.g.' '.-.-cr.-.--. ' f F? ' .4 9 I R 4 F I f R ' 'f F' .f' .- W. -.,. r 1 3 1 PQ 4' I6 11 is L ,Q f ,, 1 5,9 fra ' Q Q 4 i i 11.5 'X is - 1 P - ,, , in , if ? V V 'W""" --'--YM -M....,, W , :nm if W! MM'm"""""' n 5 1 -. . .' . I , Y C . 4 1 4 I 1 QA . nkid.,vJ."".- , 4 -Q Q X Q h 9' yfqa, v ja Hr-1 1 , ..f,, l'f4 1 9 ' an 8 1 U Q 93 1 "9 x s M ix ... . if X I Iwi, : wig' in 'lf ' Q1 2 yi L 4.11 L. I 1 'P E 'G ! 4' W, , 2 'L-'Eg' M X' iff' 9 1 M Ei ' x F yi 7: Mg: 5 59 4- ""' I 'A ' I 'Q W M - Q K KJ? INTRAMURALS The boys intramural program is based on the point system and the competition is among home rooms. The boys play foot- ball, basketball, volleyball, ping-pong lsingles and doublesl, shuffleboard lsingles and doublesl, softball, and track sports. Team trophies are awarded and a medal is given to the most outstanding boy. The noon hour program is principally for rural students, and they engage in most of the above mentioned sports and also in dancing. A sportsmanship medal is given the outstanding noon hour participant also. National League Champions: Robinson's Home Room Page 56 7 Noon Hour Basketball Teske's Team 0 Zalewski's Team T 7 ,fe AIIIILIII American league Champions: Blair, Krull, and leasum Home 4. Q. I1 , '44, f 'C V' 11-'arf . T3 .VL 9 by Q , ' Passing-McPhoiI INTRAMURAL CHAMPIONS Q, ig J Mehren's Champs Punting-Dona Shumebocrd Singles-Champ-Kolz Runnerup-Simmon r Champ-loehrl Runnerup--Budney Shuffleboord Doubles-Champs-Homer and Kolzg Runnersup- Bergeron and Behm Kicking-Henry Wuchel , is LJ 9 I . I f Champs-Kneipp and leiterman Runnersup--Rosio ond Scot! Freeihrow-Ralph Knot pictured! pace 57 1 uluCl QWTQX fe -J 0 'N 8. N, v 9 i 117 x-:J , N5 fl 4' ' Front Row Sazama Bergeron Ottman P Bauschka B Boettcher C Bauschka LaFave Mach M Trombones Trombones - - A 9 1 l M. Front Raw Holup Bergman Schultz M Bauschka Stelnfest Bergeron Behm Mlddle Row Schumntch Cornelnus Thompson Peterson Bubaltz G Cornelnus Jlcha Mr Bauschka Back Row Loerhl Bovet Schmuege Joe Bauschka Stabe John Bauschka Lund 9 A Page 60 Bauschka Middle Row Smlth Glllts Scvlna Novak Bryan G Oldenberg Schultz A Oldenberg Back Row Porter Jllek Doucette Blahnlk Kennedy G Boettcher McGoft Mach J Flueschman D BAND Flute Jean Weaver Clarunets Jane Schultz Pat Bauschka Marne Sazama Wllllam Boettcher Betty McGoff Helen Steckbaurer Joan Glllzs Morlan Bergeron Carla Ottman Saxophone Ruta Savma Cornets Milo Novak Jeanean Jllek Conrad Bauschka Eugene Sazama Art Schumltch INSTRUMENTAL MUSIC Terrol Bryan Flute Gordon Boettcher Mary Bauschka E Flat Clarmet H'-7"' Al Savlna Phyllis Smlth Bassoon Maurlce Stabe Dale Porter Margaret Kopeschka John Dresely Barutone Alberta Oldenberg Tubas Adolf Blannk Genevueve Oldenberg Drums Ethel Dcucette Clarmet Joe Bauschka Jack Peterson Pearl Bergman Mary Thompson Leonard Loerhl Gladys Corneltus Bernard Corneluus Jean Jucha Mavus Buboltz Gladys Stemtest Eugene LaFave S X h n h a op o es :awash :ci Barbara Schultz cyl cc Robert Schumntch Eugene Flenschman Lyman Lund C BAND Cornet John Bauschka Horn Arleen Duquette Roger Schmeuge Edward Kennedy Tuba Harold Bovet Drums Vlrgnnla Weaver John Bergeron Ronald Behm Lowell Holup ' v " I n 4 41 Q - sa -.J M' , sv 3 1 1 1 - 1 1 1 - 5 1 1 1 1 1 - 1 1 - - - 1 1 1 1 1 1 - -Q. " -. 1 4 I 1 1 1 1 1 - 1 - 1 1 1 I'- I 1 1 1 1 1 - 1 1 - ' 5 1 1 1 1 1 - 1 1 1 - ' OFFICERS Ken Frnger Presrdent Larry McKinnon Vlce President Bob Worman Secretary Connie Petroll Treasurer Miss Hasse Advisor Mrss Hcsse Petroll Worman Funger McKnnnon STUDENT The Student Council, orgamzed nn l9l3 IS the mann service organization ln the Sensor Hugh School lt rs composed of two elected representatrves from each sophomore, lunlor and senior home room There are certain ellglbrllty rules which govern membership The organlzatlon has no dlscrpllnary powers, but exists to promote the general good of the school ln co operation with students and faculty The Council holds a regular meeting once a month, and Councal committees meet whenever nec Some ofthe Councll s many actrvltles are Homecoming events community welfare drrves March of Dames Senior Farewell Dance, Christmas decoratlons lost and found booth checkroom attendants school scrap book and other actlvrtles which require student partrclpatlon Bock Row Horton Stoube Woltasuuk Ascher Kopustc Johnson McKinnon Dlercks Fnscher Dresely Burns Teske Thnrd Row Behm Artz Dorenberger Strong Yentz Coldwell Bcbler Henry Beattie Wormon Second Row Lang Schultz Krueger Morquardt Relnert Concchen Teske Fergnn Front Row Wu Scmolnnskr Grant Bergeron Gnllus Petroll McPharI Kopeshka Tomony Rempford Page 69 t- V Bei ' , ' 1 . essary. Each semester the members have one evening party. : . - I . . I . ' . . . I I I , . ' 2 l 1 v I , , Back Row: Berner, Gillis, Gulensohn, Joyce, Horn, Neary, Krugel, Haige, Fultz, Teske, Zellmer, Reinert, Janes. Third Row: Jicha, Blazek, Paige, Olson, Ourada, Hoeft, Kreger, Holup, Samolinski, Schwartz, Marquardt, MacDonald, Conachen, Kohler. Second Row: Bornemann, Pelroll, Tibbetts, McPhail, Kopescko, Babbler, Skinner, Bruening, Kruegle, Prickelt, Martini, Jesse, Wu, Lingle, Gallon, Boeltcher. Front Row: MacDonald, Yentz, Doucetle, Goebel, Martini, Doucetle, James, Miller, Sommers, Hoppe, McMeekin, Zaitz, Morang. .. ...xv-Lx, Back Row: Conachen, Teske, Schwartz, Miss Morang, Wu, Morquardt, Reinerl, Lingle. Frant Row: MacDonald, Zaitz, Jesse, Ourada, Driscoll, Neory. Officers Miss Marang.,. , ...,........ .Advisor Lois Conachenu ,.... .,...,..,. . ...,.. . ..President Beverly Schwartz.. . .. Secretary of Points Nancy Teske ....,,..,..,,.. ..,....,,..... Secretary of Minutes Janet Reinert ....... .... , .. . .....,,.,...,...,... Vice-President Donna Ouruda lnot on picturel. ....,. Social Chairman Page 64 Executive Board G. A. A. Miss Morang, Conachen, Schwartz, Teske, Reinerl ,af 'iq A Medley of Sports THE GIRLS ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION The Girls Athletic Association, which was started in l926, IS one of the largest and most active clubs In our school now Approximately one hundred girls are active members this year Practices and tournaments are held in the following sports and games kackball bowlmg, volleyball basketball badmmton, ping pong, and softball The point system has been changed this year so that girls have an opportunity to earn class numerals, school and state letters, and state pins partly through out side work and recreation These awards are not easily earned The executive board is made up of the following officers President, vice presl dent secretary of points secretary of minutes social chairman and two leaders of each sport who take over general supervision of thelr assigned activity The officers and heads of sports who are seniors, enloy their responsibilities and are examples of good leadership and sportsmanship The social activities begin with the annual treasure hunt, followed by several parties throughout the year. The final event of the year is the spring banquet which is usually held at one of the hotels. The banquet is entirely in the hands of com- mittees and all awards and speeches are given by the girls themselves. Many girls who are not active in other clubs of the school develop into fine leaders and are encouraged through this work to take other responsibilities given them. Participation, good sportsmanship, mastery of fundamentals and leadership, and promotion of an interest in athletic activities, as well as having a lot of fun are the principal aims of the G. A. A. Page 65 NN., mdyge I 1, 'if . .V A if .4 f N s m 1 R., in ? pk 5 af ' 0 'N --E'Q'1e'f'FE" " E'a"'a 'R 3' "' '55 Q 3 93' I -2 se-PM zgaianmsa 1 11 lgx S- l' Q. E. 'E Hi- .1 Q A Q e F 3. P. '29, g ., ., . 3 A -s f 5,5 ,f .-2-ff' . "-Q., f 5 ' Qfuiiix 'R' Q' .QQ I' Q- ' Page ANTIGCNIAN Front Row Bergeron Steed Sens Stasek Glllrs Johnston Palmer Sommers Horn Joyce Melnert Holup Mlddle Row Kohler Murphy Stasek Arndt Kreger Holup Samolunskr Schwartz Guenthner Muller .lohn son Mornssey Ourada Back Row Hanousek .lanes Jesse Ourada Hoeft Martlnl Guenthner Tomany Tubbetts Petroll Caldwell 1 Qu Y? Edvtors Lowell Holup Carol Kreger Aaron Grady Beverly Schwartz Bonnie Kohler Margery Palmer Emmalme Hanousek Lats Guenthner Advisor Mlss Neck 70 Claralean Hoett The Antlgoman, the monthly school paper, IS a prlnted four page Issue The first three pages are devoted to sensor hugh news and the back page called THE LIVEWIRE con talns lumor hugh news The paper I5 dlstrnbuted free of charge to all teachers and students as It IS financed by school dances and the sale of football programs Students try out for stat? posltuons un the fall, and successful candtdates gain various lournalnstlc experiences durung the year K x V x. ' X : I I I I I I I I I I I ' z I I I I I I I I I I T I 1 - : I I I I I I I I I I ' I I - 4- if f ' 4 Q 1. I v 1 I I I I I 1 , 1 f , '- 1 4 Bock Row Reunert McClellan OBruen McMeeknn Front Row Artz Serv: Partltt Conachen The s aft of the school annual for 1947 was dlvlded into three groups Miss O Brlen was the advisor of the business stat? composed of Joan Artz Mary Partltt and Loss Conachen Mr Belser dld the photography and Mass McClellan acted as advisor to the editorial staff conslstmg of the co editors Jeannlne McMeekm and Janet Relnert and the typlst Phyllis Serv: LIGHT 0 X545 5' J . A , i fir-4 Selectlng Prmts tor the Annual page 7,1 rf R - - , , . . , I - . I . . I I A ' B HI .f . Q n '- l , Q -. Y . --f f 4 - -- f '-353 N-.1 '47 Y' 44 4 9 5 x, ' A ,-.g,f s X .- - Q' ' 1 ,et . x '- 15 '4- ' 'Z Page 79 limb Back Row Thetsen Gregurnch Carlson Carlson Blna Dodge Dodge Houdek Flemmlng Shumann Thlrd Row Boettcher Flemmung Russ Fredruckson Hopkms Norem Dumke Ouruda Arndt Pool Dodge Second Row Krueger Rent Space Summ Schulze Wolters Fultz Howenstem Stemfest Byholm Kegler Front Row Ballas Petrosky FUTURE HOMEMAKERS OF AMERICA The Future Homemakers us a chapter of the natuonal orgamzatnon, and nts members are gurls enrolled In homemakmg classes In the secondary schools The obqect of the club IS to promote better home life through developing the qualltles of leadershlp In Its members The advisor, Mrs Blanr, and two of the officers attended the state F H A convention this fall ln November a Dlstrrct Rally was held In Antlgo and the various clubs dlscussed mutual problems The event of the year was the 'formal ball held at Bowler an February at which a queen from each chapter was chosen Carol Krueger.. ,... . , ..,......,. .. . .,..,...... ...,.,..,......Hustoruan I Kate Carlson ,... ' f .. .,.. .... . . . ,... ,. ., .. ......Presndent ,A Mildred Gregurich. ,..., ...... ,....,. . ,,......,.. . .. .Secretary-Treasurer Phyllis Fultz ...,,.,..,.,,........ ..., ......,.,.., .... . ,..,.,. , . . Parliamentarian Gloria Flemming ,.....,....,..., .,.,................,..,. .,,......,.. V ice-President Bock Row Ascher Kormek Fryer Lemaster Conachen Schwartz Samolunsku Graveen Bruggs Bruenung Pruckett Martuny Thurd Row Kohler Warner Strncrd Eder Bonnell Raess Wu Lungle Arndt Muchels Baxter Forbes DeWan Second Row Belott Krugle Hambley Doucette Knutson Samolunsku Blaha .lanes Turcotte Oldenburg Cross Front Row Schacker Borneman Fondow Hoppe Lang Skunner ETA EPalLON Eta Epsulon us the home economucs club for the cuty gurls unterested un home makung The aums of the club are to develop the gurl personally to umprove her socual lufe, and to develop a better understandung of homemakung as a profession and as a career An addutuonal obuectuve of the club each year us to umprove the homemakmg depanment The fourth Monday of each montru has been desugnated for busuness rneeturug partues are held un the .lunuor Hugh home economucs demonstratuon room The socual calendar thus year uncluded first of all a fall party at whuch unutuatuon un the form of a candlelught servuce was held Just before Chrustmas a party was guven at whuch the members exchanged gufts enuoyed Chrustmas musuc, and had refreshments ln February a Valentune party nas guven, and un May a farewell party for the senuor members Each sprung the club sponsors a style show for mothers of members The club earnsunoney by seHung barbecued harnburgerg and thw past yearut purchased a steam uron, a pressure cooker a pressure saucepan, and a pucture for the department 'G- I, 1 Katherine DeWan ,....,..... . ,.................,....,,, ,.... , ..Secretary-Treasurer Beverly Schwartz ...,.... .. ..,,..,. .. .. ..,,..,.... ...,.., ,.,..... P r esident Lois Conachen. ...,., ,.......,.... , . ..... ....,. . .Vuce-Presudent 1 Miss Jordre .....,... .. .... .....,.,. , ., .....,., ........ . Advisor Page 73 Pang ' " " CLUB Mr. .lansky ..., .. ,. ,. ..,..... ,,... . , , ....,...,,. . ...,Advisor George Drengler. .. . ... ..,,. . .,. ,... .Vice-President Dwight Teske .,.....,...... . .......,.... ,. .......,...,..,,., President Tom Wagner . . . ...,. .Secretary-Treasurer -... The A Club is composed of athletes who have earned an A in some sport The members ofthe club sponsor the Faculty Student basketball game, and award pins to the graduating club members The club usually takes a trip each year to attend some outstanding athletic event Funds are reused by selling programs at the district tournament, and by giving dances Front Row F nqer McNair Hunter Diercks Kontney Kestly Teske Wagner Kopeschko i dl w arris Bent e For Ber eron Mar ara' venaler istle Wilma' Steber Shi 6 Back Raw VariOoyen Gunderson McKinnon Horton S ith Polzm Stone Doran H11 . X 1 , t Mu Q Ro si 3 'Sh L., d, q , ug T D 4 ,L t ' , , 'P kr 1. PHOTOGRAPHY CLUB The Photography Club constitutes a group of over interest in taking de nd tlnting pictures t d b senior members, ninety students with a common veloping, printing, enlarging, a Beginners in the club are assls e y and by group discussion with the advisor during month ly meetings On progressing to the :ner po raphy, lighting, and toning, the professional and more experlenc f' mts of portrait photog club is addressed by ed men in the field All! Advisor Mr Belser Pat Diercks Vice President Rosa na Wu Lyman Lund President Secretary Treasurer Front Row Linden Strochan Gran t Roou Krugel Skinner Bruenning Bergeron La - eg.. Guenthner Middle Row Avery Kelnofer Miller Hoppe Palmer Sommers Joyce Martine Cuslok Ib t Lund Wagner Grady Pearson Arndt Back Row Diercks Blna Mahan Holup Hur ur Front Row Turcotte Wu Zaitz Schultz Sens Steed Ness Renford Buboltz Ottman Middle Row Zwlcky Loton Weaver Bauschkc Ouroda .lones Brnttenham Roberts, Shacker Back Row Braun, Briggs, Matchle, Steber, Mazanec, Gillis, Jicha, Yenlz, Thomp son mbert Gehr Page 75 FUTURE FARMERS Mr. Lyons .....,...,, John Prodoel .....,.,........,...... Blll Aullk ,......,.... ................. Ken Henry ........, Hubert McDougal,., .. .,....., Advisor .......President .......Treasurer Vice-President ..,..,,Secretary Page 76 The Future Farmers of Amerlca IS the natuonal orgamzatuon of farm boys studymg vocatlonal agriculture In public hugh schools throughout the United States, Hawan, and Puerto Rrco A few of the purposes of the Future Farmers Orgamzatton are to develop competent aggresslve, rural and agrlcultural leadershlp to create and nurture a love of country ltfe, to encourage co operatlve effort among students of vocatronal lnstructlon ln agriculture, and to promote and Improve scholar shup The Antago Future Farmers Club IS acnve each year and partlclpates an state Ilvestock and crop ludglng contests, In livestock shows and sales Beginning last year, the club annually sponsors an educatlonal program m the techmque of organuzed mllknng Thus program ns clrmaxed wath a fast mulkung contest and demonstration held each year at the county fair grounds durlng the county 4 H and Youth Farr The club ns actuve In daury herd Improvement and IS a member of the Wlscon sm Jumor Dairy Herd Improvement Program The Future Farmers realtze the umportance of reforestatlon and for a number of years have nn cluded In thenr yearly program of work such practlces as the plantung of wmdbreaks farm woodlots, and reforestatlon protects A total of l3 OOO young trees were transplanted by members ofthe club last year Xv tt' Q1 Back Row Schwartz Koutmk Bunn Prodehl Tucker Chylek Huncosky Letterman Packard Stege Rem nglon Fourth Row Roberts Berg McDougal Kublaczyk Simon Klme Suedc Hofrnckter Kublaczyk lensden Duchnc Thom Thlrd Row Erlandscn Drake Arndt Guenthner Wirth Bolm Key Wirth Muench Ballas Slelunger Second Row Augustyn Pat? Kennedy Sorano McDougall Pagel Heckman Schroeder Fnsch Rodoca Front Row Kapusta Steber Schroeder Funk Welsh Steger Sw bode Srmon Menhng Gene Pavek.. Mr. Mehren.. Lyman Lund. Jack Koutnik. FORESTRY CLUB Officers ,.........,.......,...Forest Ranger ,......,....,.,,.,....,.........AdVISDY . Tom Pavek ....,.,....,....,........,,.........,. Logger Dick Fleischer .................. Chief Supervisor ..................,.....,.,lumberman Tom Dewan ...,.................... Forestry Clerk ............,Assistcnt Supervisor Available records show that the Forestry Club organized originally in 1930 and that in 1931 the school forest was dedicated Since that time records show that a total of 62 500 trees have been planted Due to a war period lay off from forestry work much needs to be done in the school forest to repair natures encroachments A great deal of brushing must be done, fire lanes cleared, seed beds renovated and maps drawn to get the forest back unto condition Activities of the club this year consisted of regular meetings forestry movies talks by rangers and conservation men as well as work in the forest plot With a forest of 180 acres that needs a five year renovating 'ob the club can be assured of plenty to do for a number of years X Top Row Schwartz Koutmk Baranlak Chylek Shlmek Koutmk DeWan Bottom Row Lund Holup Hurbut McNair Fleischer Stengl Page 77 I , . I I , . I t 1 1 L.,- L2 -. fx Y I ,f y ,' A Y W w ' V 1 1 ' ' ya V V, - 1 .I 5 1 .1 l 1 1 I 1 .I 5 1 1 1 1 1 ' fi. V if n 6 Front Row Lambert Avery Shanks Skinner Bruenlng Kossner Eckmun Maresh Summ Mlddle Row Anderson Wleld Bauschka Stassek Sommer Muller Meyer Lange DeHart Skarlupka Rolo Back Row Welher Beattie Buna Byrne Fredernck Olson Boettcher Cherf Braun LATIN CLUB The Latm Club founded In l908 IS open to students enrolled In second year Latm Meetings are held during regular class period The members gave programs consnshng of Roman sklts qulz programs, crossword puzzles, games, and myths The bug event of the year IS the annual banquet held In February or March All of the members work on one or more committees They come to the dinner dressed In Roman costumes representing real or mythological Latin characters The entertamment IS furmshed by club members Four Latm 9 students act as slaves durmg the meal which IS served In Roman style and consusts of the kind of food eaten In Roman days The Skit Page 78 Miss Hasse John Frederlck Jean Avery Irene Wilde Buster Beattne Pat Costner Advisor Quaester Maxim us Aedlle Aedlle Consul Consul The Banquet , . 1 -. ,, U g 5 Q. Q g .. .. ' A 7 Qifl , X4 , , , ,, ' 5 x W g 5 ,V , 1 V I 1 , , , ' , ' , , . , - : I . I I I I . I I I I I ' : I I V I I . I I I I A 5 , I I I 1 i ' 5 . . . . , 1 Jeanette Bovee .......................,,,,.,. Pontifex ' 4, ' W Q C 1 - fl A , 1 l K I L f . 9 . c vi , V 1 9 P X ' U -wh .s ,- 2.1: Back Row Jesse Weaver Yentz Morcnnuak Dresely Horton Kreger Zelnnskr Muench Jones Godleske Front Row Byrne Bostwuck Byrne VandeHey Lmgle Rnckman Wolan Zantz Ehlers Whutaker LeTendre SPANISH CLUB The Spamsh Club, orgamzed last year as a club lngs the members talk ln Spanlsh lmore or lessll sung Spamsh songs and play games that young people play ln Spanish speaknng countries They also have parties In December a Christmas party IS held at whlch Christmas carols are sung In Spanish and a plnata rs engoyed lYou ll have to look that one up l The most Important party IS the banquet rn the sprung for which the members cook the meal Spanish or Mexican dishes are served and the students say that tortlllas and chlln are very appetlzmg No es verdad" John Dresely Presuaent Mary Ellen Yenlz Vice Presldenf ous Jesse Secretory Treasurer Spannsh Club Banquet Hot Stuffl Page 79 4 lx.. I r, . , . . , . K, 1 . f composed of students studying Spanish. At the meet- . . 5, . 5 1 l K v ' A Vi' -, ,D 1 DRAMA CLUB The Drama Club exists not only for the purpose of acting but to develop a general understanding of the principles of play production, such as scenery design, makeup principles, stage direction, costummg, and light mg lalthough very little can be done with lighting an our present stage set up l Drama Club members strive to keep abreast of current tendencies on the American legitimate stage, and to develop a more critical appreciation of movies The scheduled program set up at the beginning of this year included a Christmas play lwhich had to be dropped before the final productoonl, a series of one act plays to be given in the spring, as well as scenes and cuttings from plays to be worked out as exercises for club meetings 'QQ Mr Nordhuss Advisor Ronald Behm Vlce President Norma Bishop Secretary Treasurer hu " Bottom Row Steed, Sets, Bergeron, MacDonald Second Row Zellmer, Patzer, Cxeslak, Horn, Joyce BOYKIHS. ROD'-1, Bishop Turcotte, Zfllll, l'l0ll0W0Yf Pelmll Third Row Hau Sommers Miller Muuk, Mazaneck, Jesse, Atkinson, Rusch, Neary, Druscoll Durenberger Caldwell Q1 1 Top Row Dvorak, Dlercks, Knelpp Bergeron, Behm Pavek, Hoeft, Fredrucks, Gunderson, McKinnon, Schlllemun Page BO V I 4- . .1 - I V ' u A . unun X v I " W . . . . S X . Y - Winnie Zellmer .......................................... President I A D 4 K ,tn s ... I fs . . ,E 4 , - r , 73' , , 4 . y . is y C 1 WN i f .ff wg- f' Powell Hoeft Doucette Zaltz McDonald Jlcha Steed Mlss Conrow FORENSICS An attempt has been made this year to revive Interest In forensic actrvrtres These actlvrtres Include humorous declamatron, serrous declamatron, oratory, extemporaneous speakmg, and extemporaneous readmg Anyone mterested may partrcapate Students choose their own selectrons and work rndrvldually wrth the advrsor ln March the school elrmrnatron contests were held The best partrcrpants were chosen to represent Antrgo at the Wlsconsm Valley Forensrc League contest, held this year at Merrrll if Ethel Doucette M M D ld Humorous Reodmg Wrnner oxme C one Humorous Reading Wanner Joyce Steed Senous Reodrng Winner Page 81 'ref' e ' r A' 'ai' -: .,, . ,,- 0 it . ,, x, . . :H D . ' 1 W ' Q 1' 2 ff fl ' U, o S fi 5 " v f 2 3 .1 : 5 Q' ' l 5 E 1 - saw' I , ,.1 .. I I I . I I . I I . ' U K a 7' YJ " W4- FE. Back Row Donahue Carlson Holup Brutlenham Burn Ehlers Front Row Gruenberg Bubollz Arndl Rickman Beloll Cllfford LIBRARY CLUB The members of the Lnbrary Club assust the lzbrarlan two pernods each week with such tasks as desk work shelving and arranglng dnsplays Club meetings are usually soclal and are held during the seventh hour on the first Wednesday of the month Last year the members sold enough candy bars to purchase an electric clock for the library Rosemary Arndl Secretary Treasurer Mass Gardner Advlsor Joan Belott Presldent ff? Marge Bruttenham Vlce Presudent mwwwwvfyl page QQ In the Lnbrary C Q vi B , V4 . ' ' 4 ,, , ' 1 2 . ig'- s 5 Q U V, 7 U A ' 1 Q7 , : I I I I I ' l I I I I I ' , . .,.s. .,,W,s,.,..,..fs - .1 Back Row Muss Morang James Mrss Furman Fronl Row Hackbarlh Walk Moss Lehman ll'-I Q 1 Cheerleaders Caslner and Moss Cheerleader Muraski Cheerleaders Hackbarth and Walk CHEERLEADERS CLUB Page 83 ff H A f S WRITE A LINE HERE K' ffsizf i :jf Q N,-2 L N f I 'L-' fzii ff' 127 iii?-,f' ' f fiififz fw , 2 , ' :T 'v VFP A . N .1 . nn. :gg se, , ,, -A-1511 I V' .J s.'1-A l Q f ' 3' I '."r,Jv""" . .IBF ,I w D . 4 ',1 Q in N ' fy.. 1 -'ff O . , I , 56 I .AA 'Q . f , -. AA' 5 f fail- Vw "2 K' 141 H f rl ' ,ir 'F' - ,Q vu f I I-, I ,at"h+ 'f,,-31 ' , X , ii 5 We wlsh to thank the following flrms for thenr klndness In supportlng our year book Antrgo Bakery Antugo Cafe Antngo Electronlcs Sales 8. Service Anttgo Hardware Company Antgo News Agency An ago Sheet Metal Works Antngo Shoe Hospltal Amta s Flower 8K Glft Shop B 8. 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