Appleton High School - Clarion Yearbook (Appleton, WI)

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I f C dt yk S f C sponsorship managers I I bson 72 E1 ' Kuehrnsted I2 b IH bbeu TQ XIX A B ver1y,Buchman A t Edt rs E N ii NM V' Buslness Manager I B Hema A ' Sh ron Doertler E1 beth Voigt v , ' Subscription Manager Ph t q phers . ,X Beverly Schwahn E E lgou nt XM General Assistant At t ww 1 Jeann S hl v 4 I O E PO 12 L g X ' J, - 'AV Pg3 X , iixmxiixx l Q - -U 1: 'jlgg b UN I i r S' l y 'fi . W, Q , mari" ' "' 3 2 , s - , X ' Hsx'1'5'5 X X. ' "lt , , fl!!! l ni ,, 'X ,X A " I "ll 03 J ll ' :lil ls S lf Y' 6: ' lk M V if fi ' , W X 1 0 ' W , Xi l I X A lllll , 4., y li X - r l. .. ' LANGUAGES l -A 1 , . X n .fra D I f " A 'ff' t i X, Q ' 4 YA, N2 z 1 3 it SDF' I y '-,A 2 X l 1 l X K i fl' t il l' 'lll' ll V 7 GP '-. Q X- Yi Au' N W 'll i l XV Y Our high school years are like a A I ' jig-saw puzzle. At first nothing seems 'UN l A to fit. Then as time flies and work l prevails, the final outcome starts to ex i " egg y I take form. Bit by bit each piece fits - l. 'v into placeg and when our school days are over, the picture is completed. Come with us through the pages i Of OUP Clarion and Watch the puzzle 'N ' of school lite take torm before your DJ reyes. Page 4 iff' HERE WE ARE PUZZLED SOPHS . q 2vz1- , G li leaf M t fi K Q 4 dr 1 4, - ,V 3, My ,, ..:, SLE E P., l g yy if A?" fi' E a r ,,r ll A R qt. K fl . K :-, 1 f l f Q , Wi' iv-. H fx ,.,E A ..-, .:.V , . . -'sl it f s as 21.2.5 M B h if I lsrri f ' 2h"k ' V f'A ? ' A A g r i .ff A 1 J , . Q 91 q M ' . 2 ' L 1- , E, if A 7 Q - - if A iit,si 'Hal if 3 ' E , A ' it t , sais -faint, sf , r i, t, rg? -i , x 4 ig eff ' 5 V: 4 kr . ,V Q, ml A hi K A fll A R1 g " at B at ' A A' I ME 'B " W K., :kv K .3 .. V, .K 'K . M , V V, - xwyy, Kr, 1- , , S. V, A my le X' 'K 5 I 1 , , T, pg , L Wa ' , R ,L s. E V- 6 5. 1- if J is as " t' , t as M X i i 2 May Aclami, Loa Allen, lohn Ayers, Martha Baker, Mary Ann Balza, loseph Bartman, I ames Batley, Beverly Baurain, Robert Becker, lanet Beelen. QA pep session wouldn't be complete without our musical, versatile A.H.S. pep band.J Louis Bellin, Mary Belling, leanne Benson, Ianice Bentle, Donna Berger, Nathan Bergholz, Mardelle Bergsbaken, Patricia Beschta, Duane Bessette. Constance Beusch, loan Biason, Alvin Bishop, Patricia Blick, Paul Blob, Mary Bobrowski, Donald Boettcher, Mary Ellen Boettcher, Gerald Bohl. Joann Bowlby, William Brandt, fMiss Gerlach directs as the band offers a musical background to the high school's operetta, "A Waltz Dream."J Myrtle Brecklin, Earl Brinkman, Regina Breier, Rose Ann Breitrick, loan Brennecke, Herbert Broehm, Geraldine Brower. Marie Buchberger, lohn Buelow, loyce Burton, loan Busch, Ioseph Bushman, Roland Buss, Phyllis Casper, Thomas Cavanaugh. Nancy Chudacoff, Harry Clark, Mary Cleereman, lane Coburn, Arlene Coenen, CClayton Kohl looks irritated as the plot of the operetta continues. Dick Faas, Emmy Bunks, Al McConagha strike an indifferent attitude.J Vernon Coffey, Ioseph Coonen, Iames Cooper. Pauline Cotter, Eugene Courtois, lean Crane, Cyrt Cyrtmus, Betty Dagneau, Georgia Damon, Virginia DeLeest, Richard Demlow, Betty Demoulin. V Kathleen Derby, Shirley Dickrell, Marion Dingeldein, loan Donovan, David Dorn, lames Dorn, Donald Dorschner, Richard Dorschner, Uackie Rislow tells "Bim" Schnieder to move a table as Mary Faas listens toot Mae Dries. Doris Driessen,fPhyllis Dunsdirn, Edith Dybus, Richard Ebben, Russell Eberhard, Lois Eberhardt, Robert Edwards, Iacgueline Eisele, Myrtle Elle son. Dolores Ellenbecker, Patricia Elliott, Wayne Ellis, Sharon Engler, Esther Ernst, Thomas Ertl, Loismae Evers, Ranny Farnum, Donald Fast, George Fickle. CMr. Goodrich enjoys one of his own jokes as the "Tally" reporters look on.D Q QQ ,I . QQ , .fh 1 ,. , A 1 e ,. -. ,g-, 2 .1 O C z i, 4 5, Y ,F , QA SQQQQ QQ F 4 SQ QQ Q . , ., Q . QQ QQ Q Q Q , ..,. Q. 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" A K Donald Fischer, Milan Fischer, Patricia Fischer, William Fondow, Diane Forrest, lames Forster, Karon Foth, Richard Fountain, Peter Fransway, Betty Friestrom. Carole Fuerst, Emmett Garvey, Shirley Gast, Ruthann Gebert, Constance Gee, William Geenen, lanice Gehrmann, Alice Gengler, loan Gerhardt, tAlice Hein and Ioyce Bottensek check the "hookey" list.D lean Gericke, LeRoy Giesbers, Ralph Gillespie, lohn Gless, Lawrence Gloede, George Goemans, Ruth Goree, Charles Gosha, Mary lane Gosz. Delton Gottschalk, lames Graper, Donald Gresenz, lean Grimes, Victor Grosskopf, Richard Groth, Donald Haertl, tLois Prasher and Elizabeth Voight strive to find a different "lay out."J Ieanine Hallock, Donald Hannemann. James Hansen, Nancy Harriman, Kenneth Harrmann, Beverly Hart, Louise Hechel, Mary lane Heimerman, Gerald Hein, Delores Heinz. Helen Heise, Camilla Heller, Ronald Helms, tCoach Witzke proudly shows Tom Lemons and Mike Hammond all the extra-curricular activitiesl. Thelma Hendricks, Ioan Henry, Audrey Hensen, Helen Herrmann, Raymond Hertzfeld. Martgi Hina Kenneth Hinz, leanne Hoeppner, lames Hofacker, Richard B. Hoffman, Richard Hoffman, Doris Hoffmann, Barbara Holzer, hilip omes. Ranetta Hopfensperger, lStuart "Ray" Gallaher and lohn "Myrlon" Bloomer struggle to lower the microphonej Elnor Hoppe, Doris Horn, Yvonne Immel, Rose lslinger, lack lahnke, loan Iennerjahn, Ethel Ientz, Carol lohnson. Hugo Iohnson, Marjorie Iones, Patricia lost, Iohn Kasperek, Richard Kasperek, Rayburn Kaufman, lames Keating, Gerald Kemps, lla Mae Kimball. CThe girls chat around the bulletin boardj Robert King, Wescott King, Kenneth Kirkland, Mary Ellen Kleist, Geraldine Knabenbauer, Charles Koehler, Howard Koehnke, Lowell Koehnke, Geraldine Koenig, Arlene Koepsel. ei' W an E .f , B Q N , Q i' K w it A if 5 an 4' V if ig 1 4 f f .n M , it if ,,. ,Y 2 '3-dh, f , fl' K , .wx ,EV Q 1 J X gg l , 5 M gg iq Aa 1. I, 'fl YQ, 2. V Q, " ,Q Fu, . 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Patrick Laux, Lois Lavey, Lowell Leininger, Janet Lemke, Robert Lemme, Elinor LeMoine, Carl Leonard, Donald Lewis, Lloyd Liethen. Margaret Lind, Romona Litscher, Marlena Livingston, Ronald Locklin, William Lopas, Karl Losselyong, Virginia Luebke, KClass out! ! ll Joyce Lueders, Lola Luedtke. Ardis Lundquist, Janet Mackesy, Nancy Marske, Janice Marx, Dorothea Mathison, John Mathy, Carol McGee, Vilma McGowan, ' David Mclntyre, James Mech, Jean Mech, Hack Hussey gives us a beaming smile, while Jim Boen eagerly GJ studies his physicsj Bernice Melchert, Thomas Mellberg, Jacqueline Menzner, Omar Meyer, Herbert Michaud. John Mielke, Betty Miller, Imelda Miller, Ioan Miller, Robert Miller, Roberta Miller, Robert Mirkes, Donald Missling, Donald Moder. Elmer Moericke, CA group of junior girls take time out for studying on the steps.J Donna Mae Mokros, Joyce 'Mollet, Patricia Mollineau, Adeline Mueller, David Murphy, Robert Murphy, Nelda Neels, Donald Nelson. Nan? Ne-Juman, Margaret Nickasch, James Nieland, Eugene Nottke, Paul Noffke, Walter Noffke, James Northam, Bernadine Nowak, Joan uss aum. CWaiting for 'the bus after schoolll Carol Oake, Joan O'Brian, June Ort, Ted Osenroth, Eugene Otto, Carol Pagel, John Parker, Robert Parnell, James Peotter, Bob Peotter. Page B Q55 - asf . gg, ll CI it W' ,, Y 8 K S' fb gt as - it' 1" 1- rf L . ., , -r R D ' K, X M, 5 f' N R ..,.' f 1 X X. t ff l f' 5 at , 1 - F K A 'A lt A or l . ,t A. W, y M LL A .k. i . 12.1 1 H EE :TL y N V -1.. i , . .:., K Q , K , ik V l !. LmL, 5, Q :Z i , D , X N. ., , .,,, 1. . gk t , t - , I if x x js l Q- Q' Q , id I Rr 'T QQ '5 IV xr: In is v if mx - , 5 ' M l 5 3 Ov 3' QW ,J , 5 3 , in . , V 3 , ., A g mi. ,N x e. ,,,, D igi M ' X K - -' ., , I , . ,i Q r -fl is . :r T' if .,Q: Q 5' ' S X ia it W 1' Q ' A ".kf ,- A' as 5 l Q ' gf , "' ' W ... Donald Perrine, Ann Perschbacher, Wayne Peterman, Ianet Peterson, lack Peterson, Robert Ptefierle, Berdene Philippi, Robert Phillippi, Patricia Pierre Ronald Piette. Ut looks like a spectacular basket by a-a. We'll have to wait till he turns around to find out his name.J Robert Plach, Roger Plach, Betty Plamann, Fred Plamann, Dolores Popp, Franklin Post, Frederick Priebe, Raymond Pusch, Carl Radtke. .lane Ramsay, Karen Rankin, Robert Rector, Hugo Redlin, Carolyn Reifke, Elda Reichel, lames Reimer, Betty Reinke, Harold Reitzner. Winifred Retza, Lawrence Roberts, fThis is a portion of a noon hour basketball gamej Malcolm Robertson, Richard Roeder, Edward Rosen- berg, Melvin Rothe, Marion Rudie, Nancy Russell, Doris Sachs. lol-Xnne St. Pierre, Barbara Salm, Robert Sauer, Armin Schabow, Rojean Schabow, Harold Scheibe, Gene Scheuerell, loan Schiefen. Elaine Schinke, Patricia Schmidt, Donald Schmitz, Muriel Schmitz, Carol Schomisch, CCoach Black delights all the boys by giving them their exercisesj Keith Schrader, ludith Schrage, Beverly Schroeder. Janice Schroeder, Martha Schubert, Roger Schuette, Mary Schuldes, Thomas Schultz, Carol Schulze, Donald Schulze, Donald Schwandt, Henrietta Seehawer. Beverly Sell, Robert Shackleton, Richard Shimek, Rosalind Shlirnovitz, Iames Sievers, Myra Sigman, lanet Silliman, loan Silliman, QLook, Ma,-no handslj Mary Simpson. CarrrgenbSmitgi, Csrole Smith, Sally Smith, Kathryn Smyrneos, Evelyn Sorensen, Shirley Spilker, Barbara Spoerl, Leonard Spreeman, ar ara tae t. Keith Stahl, Mary Kay Steidl, Edward Starks, Mary Steffens, lack Stein, I anis Steinberg, Mary Steiner, Ronald Sternagel, Shirley Sternhagen, Eloise Steward. CHold it, fella, while I get your name and addressll Page 9 ":' Q T 'Y 1, 1. S ' if f J ' r' ' -rw? I 3, 3 M t. is Q 2 '1 at J .7 W, , , 5 .. W1 5 it fax ig M ,A , .. 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Gretchen Van Abel, Valerie Van den Akker, Mary lo Vandenberg, Jerry Van Dinter, Mary Van Dinter, loan Van Dyke, Mary lane Van Hoof, Douglas Van Landghen, Nancy Van Ooyen. Gretchen Van Rooy, Margaret Van Rooy, tPeg Hill, Liz Voigt and Ann Furminger have fun decorating the library Christmas tree.J lo Van Roy, Thomas Van Roy, Edith Van Ryzin, larnes Velie, Donald Verbruggen, Harold Voight, Ross Wachel. Donald Wallace, Donald Warner, Ruth Weber, David Weiland, Gertrude Weiner, Wayne West, William Wettstein, Lois Ann Whitefoot. Ronald Whitman, Sally Whitrock, LeRoy Wichman, Ronald Wichman, Gene Willer, QAre you sure that looks all right, Marge?J Anna lane Wilz, lanice Winkler, Robert Winterfeldt. Robe? Wisneski, Robert Wojahn, Grover Wolf, Laquitta Wolf, Gordon Wolff, Norman Wolff, Arvin Wolfgram, Ronald Wydeven, Elsie oung. Robert Young, Walter Zeutzius, Kenneth Ziegler, Nancy Zimmerman, Marlyn Zuehlke, leanne Zuelzke. tContemplation a la Neita Hornbeck, lerry Asmus, Sharon Doerfler and Barbara Caryl OTHER SOPHOMORES Carol Dominowski, loan Ellenbecker, loyce Glassnap, loyce Liethen, Theda Patten, lames Pelczynski, lohn Schwaller, Richard Wendt. Page 10 DETERMINED IUNIORS H 5 lbuk Z M, g K , ,. , ' I Amid 'M ,. sl R' R 'W' . it :S ' V i R Qi' f t 'tr A if A A ' t' I A Q rl , . 1 ' f, . A is R 2 ' -::, w .X ' ' Stl , . , , ,rt,,,t yy ggy l L y F' A 'ai l't ' w Q at T I I .,., Q Qi K Q W kk ., .Q ,N in K W 22 fL t' A ' R A sw iss, ,.:, ' -.fi as -h t a F if B E f i L il E, L as . 1- L . Ataiflwa we fi t lS , ,, 1. , .:, IZq:.AE. 2 Y o to g tl , ss as 5 fl it 'f 4 flu A .. 44 iv -P ' 1 ' l Qlqi y on l, f to L ,L ll "' A ' "a- af ., K' i A 1 ,fs I A - -.i --sw-ve r . X 1153 , - s ' ' 9 ' X , Z". , - I -f is A I .x A F W 'f 'ti lit? , A . ' , I R A I ':-'Q 'MB A 5 kd 4 Lrg ? Aix 'X' A I 'E if R A ' 'L R ' A v K 4 s - at 1 3 ,N t X fl X il , P A 5 Q . ,, .. 5 t R X P N' xl W, ll , . '- , 6 fmt at A V ' V y ' , t I if 1 Agn Q 1 , I . S, ' sl, ,Q ,al " 0' Ji Y R 6 1 by .Q :MQ A 'K , ti .B ff 4- , -Q -Q j. A M at M A - Sa 41350 umm r A221 Al 3 2. gf A 'Huy Lois Alf, Richard Allen, Cyrus Anderson, Ioyce Anderson Nancy Andrews, lohn Anholzer, Thomas Archer, Geraldine Asmus, Valerie Babino, Robert Baier. CEarnest Bob Hubbell orates for the Republican cause.l Charlotte Bailey, lames Ballou, Clifford Barber, Robert Barlament, Clifford Bartelt, loan Bartman, larnes Baseman, loyce Betord, Deloris Bellin. HerbSrthBelling, Margie Benson, Robert Benson, Margaret Berg, Marilyn Berghuis, Lee Bergman, Barbara Berry, Robert Besaw, Robert et ke. Allen Beyer, Ronald Biechler, Gerald Bierman, George Blessing, Percy Blount, Kenneth Bodway, QA group of enthusiasts for President Truman.J Harriet Boots, Phyllis Braatz, Carol Brandt. Dorothy Brasch, Walter Braun, Dolores Brinkman, lames Brockhaus, Richard Brouillard, Dorothy Brown, Earl Bruehl, Merrill Burmeister. Dorothy Bush, Herbert Bush, Barbara Cary, tGil Stammer is in the midst of his rousing speechj Lolamae Charles, Peter Christensen, Earl Clark, loyce Clausen, Shirley Cole. Normran Clollins, Kay Collipp, Ellen Connelly, Phyllis Corcoran, lames Cotter, Mary Ann Crowe, Carol Culbertson, Robert Currie, Deloris ams euser. Patricia Daniels, CThe group of Norman Thomas backersl Betty Danley, Francis Dashner, Delores DeBruin, Betty Detterding, Sylvia De- Groat, Marilyn Deltour, Mary Derby, Edward Deschler. Ronald Diedrich, George Diehl, lerry Dietrich, Sharon Doertler, Constance Doner, Mary Ellen Douglas, Maureen Drier, Beatrice Droes, Beatrice Ebben. fContrary to the sign, Lynn Casper is not extolling the merits of the Democratic Party.l lane Edge, loan Eggert, Evelyn Eifealdt, Dorothy Fahrenkrug, Phyllis Falcus, lone Feavel, Andrew Foate, Damon Foth, Theodore Frank, Ronald Frankland. Page ll 4 lf x : 2 - 54: "' Q Y 1 gif . .T g ag g,k , msrsm 3 Q -. J X f f if-f, it ss., K R . t ' Y + I4 X. as t J. W ' ,:" -1'LkhA ,. fr l l , lf , ll '-" . li: W. H use, 4' . at 5 J' .3 . .. i ' .JB . YY Q ' Q 5: if 4. ay S- ' T' 3 . Q JJ -1,g:, , if ' f . . 7 J .J ' all f ' " ' - , - Y A '- . K S A N J "G, ' if, .. z a s . . fu ' J . l 'iqv - 1 f 'f 1 X ! J " . Q- F' Q ' . -b ., " , 2 L A , '-" R . ' . ' ' """ f gt- .. 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Ueanne Schloss and Virginia Mauel finish putting election posters in the halls before the big ral'ly.J DuWayne Gottschalk, Courtney Graves, L ' G Gloria Gross, Donald Gruett, Janice Guenther, Georgia Hahn, Carol Hameister, Leon Hamilton. o1s reve, Mike Hammond, Thor Hansen, Gretchen Hardt, Stanley Harp, Joan Hart, Joseph Haug, John Havel, Deloris Hawk, Lee Hayes. ' ' ' ' G. H l Rod e H. Helms, Dorothy Helman, Carol Heins, tFred Kersten speaks for the Wallace1tes.J James Helm, Rita Helms, Rodney e ms, n y Herbert Herb, John Herner, Dennis Herrling, Joann Heselton. Barbara Hill, Ronald Hoelzel, Henrietta Hoffmann, Sylvia Hoffmann, Dale'Holinbeck, James Hollenback, Joan Hoppe, Shirley Horn. Neita Hornbeck, Gordon Huolihan, Barbara lngenthron, Elizabeth Islinger, Delores Jacobs, Uanet Maesch and Lynn Casper work up a vaudeville routine to proclaim the praises of their candidate.J James Jaeger, Patricia Jarvis, Virginia Jeffery. Ronald Jilek, Betty limos, Donald Jochman, Ruth Jochman, Joan Joecks, Cora Josephs, Ruth Juneau, Bernice Junge, Charles Kading. ' ' ' H K ' F ed Kersten, QBob Baier gives Lila Kading, John Kafura, Audrey Kasten, Sheila Kasten, Bernard Kaufman, Donna Kern, Nancy errigan, r his ballot to Dick Stillman and Dan Kottke checks to see that everything is legal.J John Kettenhofen. Joan Kiener, Robert King, Thomas Kloehn, Donald Kluball, Jack Klug, Beverly Knaack, Richard Knoll, Russell Knudsen, Ronald Knuth. Dorothy Knutson, Robert Koehne, Lloyd Koehnke, Orville Koeple, Robert Koerner, Carol Kohl, James Kohl, Jane Kolb, Donald Koleske, Marlow Kollath. tBonnie West emerges from the booth after exercising her right and privilegej Page 12 ,X 59' " WM' ,pQ, , L 3 ' ' . - , " ..,. , ,N K ' -.Q jf , 'Wg' Q at ,ig Q Q. 5 -2 1, ' -- 41 X M it A - ' v , . f ' 5 T S- ' P ' ' H -r . ,V - ' , I A it ' it g ,. 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CThe A.H.S. cheerleaders congregate near the out-ot-bounds line before the gamej oyce Larson, Barbara Laux, Verlyn Lawler, Shirley Lecker, Nancy Lee, Betty Leisering, William Lemke, Lyle Lemme, Helen Lemmerhart. 'homas Lemons, Florence Leonard, Richard Liethen, Lois Limpert, Shirley Lorenz, Tess Lueck, lerome Lurie, Donna Maahs, Donna Maas. lloha Mader, Karen Maesch, Betty Malueg, Marlene Marquardt, Robert Mathison, iMr. Michael Klein gives an exceptional example of fine oratorical style.J Virginia Mauel, Doris Mauthe, Alan McConagha. ames Meiers, LeRoy Melzer, Lois Merkel, Cl-lere we have the masculine touch.l JoAnn Meyer, Nancy Meyer, Paul Meyer, Louis Micheln, Margaret Mioskowski. ::hnQMitcIl:ielli Donald Mitchler, Delores Mittlestadt, Richard Moriarty, Marvin Moritz, Kermit Muenster, Kim Mumme, Robert Murphy oan e s. Barbara Neumann, iMiss Kopplin directs the Latin style of Christmas carols.J Mildred Ney, Robert Nickasch, Audrey Nieman, Norma Nussbaum, lack Nygren, Colleen O'Connell, Shirley O'Connell. lherrill Ohman, Bonnie Olsen, Louise Olson, Patricia Palmer, Ronald Palmer, Kendall Parker, Richard Pechotta, Richard Pelkey, Rudolph Pellegrini, Rosalind Peotter. Hi, kids, hope you're enjoying the gamell Richard Perrine, Richard Peters, Carla Peterson. Richard Peterson, Carol Pfund, Ronald Posselt Lois Prasher, Richard Putter, Clement Quella, Marilyn Radtke. Page 13 A it 4 R 'gaii T . T ?f HS lrA L 3 1 Q F iii T f X T ' G T ' at ggi. ? 1 iii "' S .ig J ygff zfl A R S S at y , X ' N Jax W is Q , -,in , , ,, 1 x gi .,, A A wg 0 is E3 1 'l tg xzbl If F at is , as E5 i , A , 1 -as in if it 5 ivy 3 A w 3 4: . , A -Y i r f Q- O- .as :Qi k in if IQ 51. j E 'A 5? lm! T L so N . is ? Q K I in gl: nr li ra, . " A 1 ,f ' I 'f wie. W ' ' ":-f2s 2 :" ' "2' T ,s., ' K'-L -f"'Z i t T f ii. if if if " ar 1 'L '- v S " 10' K? F gb K . 1 g gi ,LLL Q, 5 , LVL' 5 2 , . L5 1 , U M L i i gvig ' iii. R I R x .rz X h ! - Q. as l M - ag S y . is 1 E F L T , ,,pfw1g +V ,WPS LT W' knin Fix FA S i 'ay K . Ea., . ,- K .,. l Edward Rammer, Bette Randerson, Harriet Rasmussen, Richard Rasmussen, Ieanette Rehbein, Lorrain Rehbein, Richard Reinke, Herbert Reitz. Marilyn Rettler, Marilyn Rickert, lean Riesenweber, Gerald Ristau, Joyce Robl, lane Roeder, Betty Rogers, Everett Rohde, Stanley Roocks. QThe cheerleaders informally pose for a picture-They are, kneeling: Margie Brewster, Timmy Rogers, Myrt Brockmanp standing: lo Krabbe, Dot Dedow, Jackie Rislowj Donald Rosenbohm, Marilynn Roth, Gaile Rubbert, lanice Russell, Carole Ryerson, Dorothy Sanders, Donna Scharmann, loyce Scheibe, Norbert Schemm. Marguerite Schiltz, leanne Schloss, Thomas Schmidt, Marilyn Schneider, Patricia Schnese, Adeline Schoettler, Paul Schommer, lThe German Club harmonizes at Christmas time for the home-rooms.l Fred Schrader, Eugene Schreiter. Richard Schroeder, Roy Schroeder, Gene Schuldes, loyce Schulze, Carol Schumacher, Lawrence Seidl, loyce Selig, Ethel Semrow. Janice Sense, lames Shebilske, Thomas Sholts, Uerry Reider contemplates a long pass as the two teams battle it out for possession ot the ball.l lean Sieth, Marjorie Smith, Patricia Smith, Beverly Snow, Norman Sommer. Marcelena Sommers, Robert Sonkowsky, Ivan Spangenberg, leanne Stammer, Ellen Sternagel, lohn Sternhagen, Barbara Stewart, Richard Stillman, Lois Stormteltz. Frederick Stoeger, CThe sophomore sextet sings for the soph talent show.D Norma Strieby, Carl Stumpf, Chuck Sylvester, Iohn Taggart, Harold Tessen, loseph Theyel, Donna Theis, Terry Thurk. Edward Treiber, Larry Turkow, Thomas Unrnuth, Gerald Vanllbel, Frank VanAgtmael, Rosemary VanCamp, Bruce Vance, Darleen Vandene berg, Joyce VandenHeuvel. CNotice the eager faces as they go to the window, rip out the cash, and say, "For two"!J Richard Vander Velden, Leo Van Drasek, Richard Van Handel, Thomas Van Rooy, James Van Weddingen, Mary lane Van Weels, Bob Van Wyk. V . - ,, t " -af : .. H . . 0 r - ,. ,- - ' ' r i- ,. t Q -- f- . Y 5,5 ,,!.-gs.. , .. t, r -V A, A i , 'Q K, ,N M ,Q ff K f ,Q 1+ Kr x .. N. 1 t Q 1, rr X4 W '85 sag fl 2 , , ,i . R it . . Q 2 - '-- . 'B " ' F ., B B Ll si , i Y Rt is , 1 K . 1 , - l t -1- , . . 5 . , , R NL sie it t if-' as M if aa Q -. xfx Q W Q as ' vb- ar V F4 R F mi ul, l A... , :.. A ,. . ., . 1 ,N . X ssi d o FSA , Q ' if 35.9 r 'fda' 4 w X W? .--., , L ky . Qi Q Ei y, .E Q ., ,. v if - v WE, S. Q i X V 2 if as Q S' is an ,E K, g M 4 X R' is 5 Ja N 3 -ur any F Q xx R J x lt 4 A K W . . ,Y . 2 Sv . , 5 Thomas Vaughan, Susan Velie, Alice Verkuilen. Howard Waqvnler, Robert Ward, Betty Warner, Norbert Weber, Ronald Weber, Victor Weber, Ben Wells, Edward Wendt, Betty Werner, ugene est. Marvin West, Bill Wienandt, Phyllis Willoughby, lames Wilson, lames Wilz, lames Winsted, Niki Wise, loan Witt, Robert Witter. Betty Witzke, Lila Woldt, Doris Wolff, Bill Wooden, Alice Woods, Thomas Woods, Thomas Xistris, Roy Yentz, lames Young. Vernon Young, Ioan Zeh, Ieanne Ziegler, Gerald Ziemer, Barbara Zierke, Richard Zimmerman, Margaret Zuleger, fMr. Howard Cleaves demonstrates his "blind" for catching animals off-guard.l OTHER IUNIORS Henery Eichinger, Lyle Engleman, Dennis Herrling, Elmer Keller, loann Kohl, Ioyce Laux, Dolores Lowell, Richard Plamann, Wayne Strunk, Steven Talbot, Judy White. Page 15 ASMAN, D. ASMAN, N BACKES BALLARD, C. BALLARD, E. BALLOU BARTLEIN BAUER ABBEY AHRENS ARDELL ARNOLD VICTORIOUS SENIORS lO ANN ABBEY: Nature Club 2 . . . ROBERT AHRENS: General Course . . . ROBERT ARDELL: General Course . . . SHIRLEY ARNOLD: General Course. DAVID ASMAN: Bowling Club 3, 4: Football 2, Pep Band 2, 3, 4 . . . NORMAN ASMAN: Football 3, 45 Intramurals 2, 3, 4, Studerrt Council 45 Art Workshop 4 . . . IANET BACKES: Commercial Club 4, Latin Club 25 Talisman, circulation co-manager 4 . . . CAROL BALLARD: Curtain Call 3, secretary-treasurer 4: German Club 2, 3, president 4 . . . ELDORA BALLARD: Curtain Call 2, 3, 43 Latin Club 2, 3, 45 Nature Club 2, Quill and Scroll 3, 4: Talisman 2, 3, coveditor 4 . . . ROBERT BALLOU: Camera Club 3, 4: Clarion 3, head photographer 4. BETTY BARTLEIN: Operetta 2, 3 . . . ROBERT BAUER: Football 4 . . . JOAN BAUERFEIND: Camera Club 3: Clarion 2, 3, associate editor 4, Curtain Call 2, 3, 4, Latin Club 2, Ouill and Scroll 4, Spanish Club 3, 4: Radio Players 4 . . . RUTH BECKER: German Club 45 Talisman 3, 4 . . . DOROTHY BEELEN: Latin Club 2, 3, 4: Ouill and Scroll 4: Talisman 2, 3, 4 . . . ROBERT BEHLE: General Course. BAUERFEIND BECKER BEELEN BEHLE BELLIN BELLING BELLING BERTRAM LOIS BELLIN: General Course . . . IAMES BELLING: Football 3, 45 Nature Club 35 Student Council 2, 35 Badger Boys' State 3 . . . IEAN BELLING: Bowling Club 2, 3, 4 . . . IAMES BERTRAM: Track 35 Visual Aids Club 2, 3, 4 . . . GERALD BEUSCH: Bowling Club 2 . . . MARION BISHOP: General Course. IRENE BLECK: General Course . . . EDWARD BLEY: General Course . . . JOHN BLOOMER: Curtain Call 2, 3, vice-president 45 Declama- tion 45 Latin Club 3, 45 Oratory 3, 45 Radio Players 2, 3, 4 . . . IEANNE BOCK: Curtain Call 45 Latin Club 25 Library Staff 4. DONALD BODWAY: Bowling Club 25 Football 2, 3, 45 Track 2, 3 . . . JAMES BOEN: Debate 35 Tennis 25 Track 3, 45 Tumbling Club 2, 3, 4 . . . AUDREY BOETTCHER: Curtain Call 2, 3, 45 Latin Club 25 Nature Club 25 Quill and Scroll 45 Talisman 3, 4 . . . LAURINE BOGAN: Pep Band 4. IOYCE BOHNSACK: Archery Club 45 Bowling Club 45 Nature Club 2, 3, 4 . . . IOANNE BONNEVILLE: Entered from Superior, Wiscon- sin, 4 . . . LORRAINE BRASCH: General Course . . . BEVERLY BREUER: General Course. BOHNSACK BONNEVILLE BRASCH BREU ER, B. BEUSCH BLECK BLOOMER BODWAY BOETTCHER BISHOP BLEY BOCK BOEN BOGAN Page 17 sk 'fl ' f . age-Tk ,, iigiw-..,,,i,,. K ,,. , 7 tags. - K K 5? 1' rl BREUER BURKE BURT CAMERON CASPERSON Page 18 BREWSTER BURMEISTER BUSS CASPER CAV ANAUGH BRITTNACHER BROCKM AN BUCHMAN BUNKS DOROTHY BREUER: General Course . . . MARGIE BREWSTER: Cheerleader 2, 3, co-captain 4 . . . MELVIN BRITTNACHER: General Course . . . MYRTLE BROCKMAN: Orchesis 2, 3, 4, Cheerleader 2, 3, co-captain 4 . . . BEVERLY BUCHMAN: Clarion 3, co-business manager 4, Curtain Call 2, 3, 4, Quill and Scroll 4, Student Council 2, Talisman 2, 3, 4 . . . EMMY BUNKS: Curtain Call 2, 3, 4, Decla- mation 3, 4, Latin Club 2, 3, 4, Quill and Scroll 3, vice-president 45 Student Council 2, Talisman 2, 3, 4. PHYLLIS BURKE: Art Workshop 4 . . . SHIRLEY BURMEISTER: General Course . . . MANLEY BURT: General Course . . . MARIE BUSS: General Course. lAMlE CAMERON: Curtain Call 2, 3: Visual Aids Club 2, 3, 4 . . . LYNN CASPER: Latin Club 2, 3, co-consul 45 Quill and Scroll 3, 45 Student Council 3, Talisman 2, 3, co-editor 4, Badger Girls' State 3 . . . KENNETH CASPERSON: Tumbling Club 2, 3 . . . CHRISTOPHER CAVANAUGH: General Course. ROBERT CLARK: Spanish Club 2, 3, 4 . . . IOAN CLEVENGER: Bowling Club 3, Camera Club 3, G.A.A. 3, Pep Band 3, 4 . . . BETTY CLTSH: Operetta 2, 3, 4 . . . TED CLOAK: Curtain Call 2, 3, 4, Latin Club 3, Student Council 4, Talisman 4. CLARK CLEV ENGER CLISH CLOAK N : GT a s it 3 gk , at f an A-rr- rf ,. f-1-' . ,. -. in --:- P it' x COENEN COLLINS COONEY COOPER RALPH COENEN: Basketball 35 Football 4 . . . BRUCE COLLINS: Football 45 Latin Club 3, 4 . . . IOAN COONEY: General Course . . . THOMAS COOPER: Basketball 3, captain 45 Football 2, 3, coecaptain 45 Track 2, 3, 4. WILLIAM COURCHANE: Bowling Club 3, 45 Intramurals 3, 45 Tennis 2, 3, 4 . . . ROBERT CRIDELICH: Curtain Call 2, 3, 45 Foot' ball 2, 3, 45 Student Council 25 Track 2 . . . MARlON DAKINS: General Course . . . STEPHEN DARLING: German Club 2, 35 Library Staff 45 Nature Club 2, 3, vice-president 45 Visual Aids Club 2, 3, president 4 . . . DORENE DEBRAAL: General Course . . . CARL DE BRUIN: Bowling Club 45 Camera Club 45 Tennis 2, 35 Track 42 Tumbling Club 2. DOROTHY DEDOW: Cheerleader 3, 4 . . . CONLEY DEFFERDING: Basketball 3, 45 Student Council 2, 35 Track 2, 3, 45 Badger Boys' State 3 . . . BETTY DE LAND: Bowling Club 2, 4 . . . MARVIN DERGA: General Course . . . IUNE DE ROCHE: Bowling Club 2, 45 G.A.A. 2, 3 . . . KENNETH DIENER: General Course. DEDOW DEF FERDING DELAND DERGA K-4.1 filfef' . QQ CJ ul X Wg Q 7 J sf' it . .P sg new G N lb" Q COURCHANE DAKINS DE BRAAL DE ROCHE CRIDELICH DARLING DE BRUIN DIEN ER VP'-. .5 l 5. .. ,vl..i.:...LM.mtl,.m.,, 4 l .Q i.-...., llsu.. .v......m.l,- - of X, DINGELDEIN D1sHNo DOUGLAS DRIER DEWEY DINGELDEIN: General Course . . . MADELEINE DISI-INO: ,,.,.- DROES ELLENBECKER ERRINGTON ERTL, H. ERTL, I. ETKA FAAS, M. FAAS, R. in in T, 7k,. Clarion 4, Curtain Call 3, 4, Orclfiesis 2, 3, 47 Student Council 4 . . . RICHARD DOUGLAS: General Course . . . FRANK DRIER: General Course. BEVERLY DROES: General Course . . . RAYMOND ELLENBECKER: General Course . . . IAMES ERRINGTON: Tennis 2 . . . HOWARD ERTL: Bowling Club 3, 4, Operetta 4 . . . IAMES ERTL: Bowling Club 3, 4 . . . IOYCE ETKA: General Course. MARY EAAS: Curtain Call 3, 4 . . . RICHARD FAAS: Archery Club 2, 3, 4, Curtain Call 2, 3, 4, Latin Club 2, Nature Club 2, Oratory 4, Tennis 2, 3, 4, Radio Players 3, 4, Pep Band 2, 3, 4. . .CARL FAI-IRENKRUG: German Club 3, 4, Intramurals 2, 3, 45 Latin Club 2 . . .IOHN FAST: Curtain Call 2, 3, 4, Intramurals 2, Track 3, 4, Tumbling Club 2 . . . ETHEL FICKLE: Commercial Club, president 45 Latin Club 27 Student Council 3 . . . IACK FIELKOW: Basketball 3, 45 Bowling Club 4, Intramurals 3, 4, Talisman 3, 4, Tennis 2, 3, 4. FAHRENKRUG FAST FICKLE FI ELKOW ,. FISHER FLECK FONDOW F ORREST TOAN FISCHER: Archery Club 45 Bowling Club 45 Radio Players 45 Operetta 3 . . . ROBERT FLECK: German Club 3, 45 Track 45 Oper- etta 3, 4 . . . MARIANNE FONDOW: General Course . . . KENYON FORREST: Curtain Call 45 Football, manager, 3, 45 Student Council 45 Tennis 25 Radio Players 3, 4 . . . lOAN FORSTER: General Course . . . NANCY FOSTER: Latin Club 2, 35 Nature Club 35 Orchesis 3, vice-president 45 Art Workshop 45 Curtain Call 2. MARY TANE FOXGROVER: G.A.A. 25 Orchesis 2, 35 Spanish Club 2, 35 Tumbling Club 2 . . . SHARON FRANZKE: Commercial Club 45 Latin Club 25 Student Council 2 . . . KENNETH FREDRICKS: General Course . . . IOYCF FRYE: Operetta 3, 4. I ANN FURMINGER: Bowling Club 25 Library Staff 45 Nature Club 2, 3, secretary 4 . . . STUART GALLAHER: Curtain Call 2, 3, treas- urer 45 Debate 2, 3, 45 Extempore 3, 45 Latin Club 25 Quill and Scroll 3, president 45 Student Council, vice-president 45 Talisman 2, 3, 45 Tennis 2, 3 . . . LARRY GAMSKY: General Course . . . NEAL GAMSKY: General Course. CORINNE GANTNER: General Course . . . ROBERT GARTZ: Football 4' Spanish Club 2 . . . TOAN GERTZ: Clarion 4' Curtain Call 4' Latin Club 2 Spanish Club 3 4 NANCE GETSCHOW General Course GANTNER GARTZ GERTZ GETSCHOW at 4 K ..5ii,.sW-,.,..s. 5 l Q . 5. v FORSTER FOSTER FOXGROVER FRANZKE FREDRICKS FRYE FURMINGER GALLAHI-:R GAMSKY, L. GAMSKY, N. Page 21 GIBBONS GOLDBECK GOODMAN GREINERT GREVE Page 22 GIFFIN GOLPER GOSZ GREUNKE GROW GILLESPIE GINNOW GOEHLER GOENEN BETH GIBBONS: General course . . . MARY ELLEN GIFFIN: General Course . . . PATRICIAL GILLESPIE: General Course . . . ORA I EAN GINNOW: Commercial Club 45 German 3, 45 Nature Club 25 Talisman 3, 4 . . . TONE GOEHLER: Talisman 3, 4 . . . BERNADINE GOENEN: Pep Band 2, 3, 4. RUTH GOLDBECK. Bowling Club 25 Quill and Scroll 3, 45 Spanish Club 3, 45 Student Council 25 Talisman 2, 3, advertising manager 4 . . . LEO GOLPER: Camera Club 3, 45 German Club 2, 3, 4 . . . RITA GOODMAN: General Course . . . PATRICA GOSZ: Library Statt 45 Spanish Club 3, 45 Talisman 2, 3, 4. ROBERT GREINERT: Football 25 Tennis 2, 3 . . . TERRY GREUNKE: General Course . . . IEANNETTE GREVE: General Course . . . BYRON GROW: General Course. ADELLE GRUENTZEL: General Course . . . MARILYN GRUNSKA: Clarion 45 Operetta 2, 45 Orchesis 2, 3, 45 Tumbling Club 2 . . . ROBERT GUENTHER: Curtain Call 2, 3, 4 . . . MURIEL HAASE: Curtain Call 3, 45 German Club 2, 3, treasurer 4. GREUNTZEL GRUNSKA GUENTHER HAASE, M as as QF ic.:-it ' - F' , i. 5 Aslan' 5 , ,rl 3 sf. HAASE, Y. HALL YVONNE HAASE: General Course 5 'Q if 2 ' L. HAMILTON HAMMERSCHMIDT 4: ' i 1. W L PRISCILLA HALL: General Course . . . NANCY HAMILTON: Operetta 3, 4 . . . IOAN HAMMER- SCHMIDT: Entered from Fond du Lac 4. ARLEAN HANSON: General Course . . . BARBARA HAUERT: Com- mercial Club 45 Curtain Call 2, 3, 45 Latin Club 25 Orchesis 2, secretary-treasurer 3, president 43 Radio Players 3, 4 . . . CAROLYN HAUSER: Bowling Club 45 Curtain Call 2, 3, 4 . . . MARY ANN HAVEL: General Course . . . CARL HEIMAN: General Course . . . DORIS HEIMERMAN: Bowling Club 2, 3, treasurer 45 Commercial Club 4, G.A.A. 2, 3, Quill and Scroll 4, Talisman 2, 3, co-circulation manager 4. ALICE HEIN: Curtain Call 2, 3, 4 . . . KENNETH HEISEZ General 1r-' Course . . . CARLA HELLER: Curtain Call 3, secretary 45 Latin Club X 2, 3, 43 Library Staff 4, Nature Club 33 Radio Players 3, 4 . . . EUGENE HANSON HAUERT I-IAUSER HAVEL HEIMAN HEIMERMAN HERREID HERTZFELD L-.""' ' ' HELLER: Tennis 3, 4 . . . MARIORIE HERREID: Nature Club 3 . . . ' Q' ... , L -5 f MELVIN HERTZEELD: General Course. 2 HEIN HEISE HELLER, c. HELLER, E. -4 if Q Q 'U fi G it R sr V' is X an X , .+:t'tf' 5 .- i W-ffl . . 3515, S' T 1 fs.. Y ,, ,, We ' ' ll ff X i HINZ HOEL HOEPPNER HOFFMAN HOLCOMB HOLLENBACK HOLTZ HOVE , I' i pf 2 ,, i 5, HESSON HEULE HIETPAS HILL IAMES HESSON: Entered from St. Paul, Minnesota 45 Curtain Call 45 Operetta 4 . . . MARY ANN HEULE: Commercial Club 45 Latin Club 25 Library Staff 45 Spanish Club 3, treasurer 4 . . . GERALD HIETPAS: Student Council 4 . . . PEGGY HILL: Curtain Call 3, 45 Latin Club 2, 3, 45 Library Staff 45 Operetta 3, 4. RICHARD HINZ: Tennis 2 . . . TAMES HOEL: Intramurals 25 Student Council 2, 3, 45 Track 3, 45 Radio Players 3, 4 . . . CHARLOTTE HOEPPNER: Curtain Call 45 Orchesis 2, 3, 45 Spanish Club 3, 45 Art Workshop 4 . . . IOSEPH HOFFMANN: General Course . . . RICHARD HOLCOMB: General Course . . . DOLORES HOLLEN- BACK: Curtain Call 45 Talisman 3, 4. DOLORES HOLTZ: General Course . . . DONNA HOVE: General Course . . . ROBERT HUBBELL: Camera Club 35 Clarion 2, 3, co- editor 45 Curtain Call 2, 3, president 45 Debate 45 Declamation 45 Nature Club 2, 35 Oratory 3, 45 Quill and Scroll 3, 45 Tennis 2, 35 Visual Aids 2, 35 Badger Boys' State 3 . . . DON HUBERTY: Bowling Club 2 . . . IEANNE IACOBSON: Clarion 2, artist 3, co-editor 45 Curtain Call 2, 3, 45 Latin Club 25 Quill and Scroll 3, 45 Spanish Club 3, 45 Radio Players 2, 3, 45 Art Workshop 2, 3 . . . NEIL TAHNKE: General Course. HUBBELL HUBERTY IACOBSON IAHNKE JANSEN IENNEMAN IIMOS JOHNSON. B. IOANN IANSEN: Latin Club 2, 3, 45 Operetta 45 Orchesis 2, 3, vice- president 45 Student Council 2 . . . EUGENE IENNEMAN: General Course . . . IRENE IIMOS: Bowling Club 2, 3, 45 Camera Club 45 Curtain Call 25 G.A.A. 25 Nature Club 35 Spanish Club 2, 3 . . . BARBARA IOHNSON: General Course . . . GERALDINE IOHNSON: Clarion 45 Curtain Call 45 Latin Club 25 Spanish Club 3, 4 . . . BEATRICE KAMKES: Commercial Club 45 Curtain Call 2, 35 Talis- man 4. JAMES KAMPO: Bowling Club 45 Intramurals 3 . . . DONNA KASTEN: General Course . . . ROBERT KAULUM: Curtain Call 2, 3, 45 Intra- murals 25 Latin 25 Tennis 2 . . . DONALD KEATING: Archery Club 25 Bowling Club 2, 35 Intramurals 35 Talisman 2. KATHLEEN KEATING: Bowling Club 45 G.A.A. 2, 3, 45 Nature Club 25 Tumbling Club 2, 3 . . . IOYCE KERN: Spanish Club 2 . . . CHARLES KIENITZ: Clarion 2, 35 Football 2, 4, Track 2, 3, 45 Tumbling Club 4 . . . GLORIA KIMBALL: General Course. EVA KING: General Course . . . IRIS KIPPENHAN: Art Workshop 2, 3, 45 Pep Band 4 . . . CAROL KIRSCI-IENLORE: German Club 2 . . . ROBERT KLEINSCHMIDT: Student Council 35 Tennis 35 Track 4. KING KIPPENHAN KIRSCHENLORE KLEINSCHMIDT Jmgig'-.ati Qrzwv' JOHNSON, G. KAMPO KAULUM KEATING, K. KIENITZ KAMKES KASTEN KEATING. KERN KIMBALL Page 25 D 1 'iii 'A 'gr Q.. 'VI W, 4m.x,,5f W J , ,.,..g vw It ,P , A Mil. Liv KLITZKE KRAUS KRONSER KRULL KUEHMSTED Page 26 nm' X -N' J- 1:1 1 .' KNUTH KRAUSE KRUEGER KUBITZ KUNZ KOENIG KOLESKE KOSITZKE KRABBE NANCY KLITZKE: General Course . . . DAVID KNUTH: Track 2 . . . IOAN KOENIG: Entered from Madison 4 . . . MARY KQLESKE: Curtain Call 45 Quill and Scroll 45 Spanish Club 3, vice-president 45 Student Council 35 Talisman 3, 4 . . . IAMES KQSITZKE: lntra- murals 2, 3, 45 Student Council 4 . . . IO ANNE KRABBE: Commercial Club 45 Quill and Scroll 45 Talisman 2, 45 Cheerleader 2, 3, 45 Qperetta 2. MARY KRAUS: Latin Club 2, 3, 45 Quill and Scroll 45 Talisman 3, 4 . . . CLEQNE KRAUSE: Archery Club 2, 35 Bowling Club 2, 3, president 45 G.A.A. 2, 3, president 45 Tumbling Club 2, 3, 4 . . . THQMAS KRQNSER: General Course . . . DALE KRUEGER: Curtain Call 2, 3, 4. RITA KRULL: Latin Club 25 Qrchesis 2, 3, 45 Spanish Club 35 Student Council 2 . . . LYLE KUBITZ: General Course . . . ELQISE KUEHM- STED: Clarion 3, co-business manager 45 Curtain Call 25 German Club 3, 45 Latin Club 25 Quill and Scroll 45 Badger Girls' State 35 Art Workshop 2 . . . RQDNEY KUNZ: Tumbling Club 2. BERNICE LAMENSKY: General Course . . . IOI-IN LANDIS: Football 3, 45 Track 25 Tumbling Club 3 . . . ROSS LANG: Clarion 45 Tennis 25 Art Workshop 3, 45 HARRY LANGMAN: lntramurals 3, 4. LAMENSKY LANDIS LANG LANGMAN LAUX LAUX LEININGER LE MOINE DENNIS LAUX: Bowling Club 2, 3, 4 . . . DONALD LAUX: General Course . . . DORIS LEININGER: Archery Club 27 Curtain Call 3, 4, Debate 2, German Club 3, 4, Latin Club 2, 3, secretary 4, Radio Players 3, 4 . . . MARILYN LEMOINE: G.A.A. 2, Library Staff 4, Art Workshop 2, 3, 4. FRANK LEONARD: General Course . . . MARK LIETI-IEN: Football 2, 3, 45 Student Council 4, Tennis 2 . . . IOAN LIND: General Course . . . IERRY LONG: General Course . . . IEANNE LUEBKE: Spanish Club 35 Bowling Club 4 . . . IOAN MADER: Clarion 45 Curtain Call 3, 4: Talisman 3, 4. BETTY MADISON: Bowling Club 3, 4, Curtain Call 3 . . . IANET MAESCH: Curtain Call 3, 45 German Club 3, vice-president 4, Radio Players 3, 45 Operetta 2, 3 . . . MANTHA MARSTON: Curtain Call 2, 3, Nature Club 2, Spanish Club 3, 4 . . . PATRICIA MATHY3 Clarion 4, Commercial Club 4 . . . KARL MATZ: Curtain Call 2, 3, 4, German Club 2, 3, 4, Nature Club 2, Talisman 2, 3, 4 . . . LOUIS MAUTHE: Football 3, 4. MADISON MAESCH MARSTON MATHY y will fi tit. tl' t 1 ,hu , 4 lx-ill' A , K L ,- 6' X1- cf 'hi ea., - . ...,, l 7 TL i ic 3 ,ES LEONARD LIETHEN LIND LONG LUEBKE MADER MATZ MAUTHE , ,, . , N L17 I - .ii 2 WW lsi, , ,, , is WV MC ATAMNEY MC GEE MC GINNIS, A. MC GINNIS, C MARGARET MC ATAMNEY: Curtain Call 2 . . . IAMES MC GEE: Basketball 3, 45 Intramurals 45 Latin Club, treasurer 25 Student Council 35 Track 2, 3, co-captain 45 Tumbling Club 25 Visual Aids Club 2, 3 . . . AUDREY MC GINNIS: Curtain Call 2, 3, 4 . . . CARALA MC GINNIS: Nature Club 45 Art Workshop 4. LCIS MECH: Pep Band 4 . . . LOIS MEISLE: Orchesis 35 secretary- treasurer 45 Talisman 25 Operetta 45 Radio Players 4 . . . EDGAR MELCEN: General Course . . . RAMCNA MELTZ: General Course . . . ELOISA MENDEZ: Camera Club 45 Nature Club 4 . . . VIRGINIA MERRILL: General Course. RICHARD METKO: General Course . . . CAROL MEYER: General Course . . . ANDREW MILHEISER: Bowling Club 4 . . . BRUCE MILLER: Intramurals 3 . . . ELMER MILLER: Bowling Club 45 Track 3, 4 . . . IAMES MITCHLER: General Course. MILHEISER MILLER, B. MILLER, E. MITCHLER yi it if . ' E Ek ,J 5 xyx MOI-IR MUELLER NABBEFELD, M. NABBEFELD, S. BERNARD MOI-IR: General Course . . . ALLEN MUELLER: General Course . . . MARION NABBEFELD: General Course . . . SUE NAB- BEFELD: Curtain Call 3, 45 Debate 2, 3, 45 Latin Club 2, 3, 45 Library Staff 45 Nature Club 25 Quill and Scroll 3, 45 Talisman 2, 3, 45 Radio Players 3, 4 . . . ABRAM NADEL: Curtain Call 45 Art Workshop 35 Operetta 4 . . . ALLEN NENNIG: Visual Aids'Club 3, treasurer 4. IRENE NICHOLS: Bowling Club 3, 45 Curtain Call 3 . . . IOI-IN NILES: Football 25 Intramurals 45 Student Council 2, 4 . . . KENNETH NIMMER: General Course . . . MARGARET NOFFKE: G.A.A. 2. SPYRO NOTARAS: Football 3, 45 Intramurals 2, 3, 45 Nature Club 2, 3, 45 Spanish Club 2, 3, 45 Track 2, 3, 4 . . . MARK NOWAK: General Course . . . ROBERT NOWAK: General Course . . . BETTY NUTTING: Bowling Club 2, 3, treasurer 4 . . . RICHARD OEHLER: Football 3, 45 Latin Club 2, 3, 45 Library Staff 45 Tennis 2 . . . IOHN OLFSON: Football 2, 3 45 Track 2, 3, 4 . . . BETTY OTTO: General Course . . . IUNE PAHR: Bowling Club 3, 45 G.A.A. 2, 3. OEHLER OLFSON OTTO PAHR I , - me- mm,-w,.l .mmmmllml-2 ...Qt w. .4 . .,..x '95 WW Nasbgx 'RBS 5, If X, Q NADEL NICHOLS NIMMER NOTARAS NOWAK, R. Q NENNIG NILES NOFFKE NOWAK. NUTTING Page 29 M 0 v -it PARDEE PIETTE PLAYMAN POMMERENKE POST Page 30 tt PARKER PLANTZ PODZI LN I PORATH POTTER PEOTTER PETERS PI-IELPS PIERCE BETTY PARDEE: Archery Club 35 Commercial Club, vice-president 45 Library Staff 45 Student Council 4 . . . IOI-IN PARKER: General Course . . . PATRICIA PEOTTER: Curtain Call 45 Art Workshop 4 . . . WILLIAM PETERS: General Course . . . BETTY PI-IELPS: Curtain Call 3 . . . IUDY PIERCE: Clarion 45 Curtain Call 2, 3, 45 Latin Club 25 Nature Club 25 Spanish Club 3, 4. WAYNE PIETTE: Bowling Club 35 Track 2, 3, 45 Tumbling Club 2 . . . MARY PLANTZ: Curtain Call 4 . . . NANCY PLAYMAN: Debate 2, 3, 45 Latin Club 25 Nature Club 2, 35 Quill and Scroll 3, 45 Student Council 35 Talisman 3, feature editor 45 Badger Girls' State 3 . . . RUSSELL PODZILNI: Curtain Call 45 Intramurals 45 Track 2, 3, 45 Visual Aids Club 2, 3. AMY POMMERENKE: General Course . . . LOUIS PORATH: General Course . . . NANCIE POST: Bowling Club 4 . . . MARILYN POTTER: Bowling Club 4. IOAN PRATT: General Course . . . LEWIS PRECOURT: Archery Club 2, 35 Bowling Club 2, 3, 45 Visual Aids Club 2, 3, 4 . . . ROLAND PRUNO: Intramurals 2, 3 . . . ROBERT PULDA: General Course. PRATT PRECOURT PRUNO PULDA 'iv PURDY OUADE OUELLA RADLOFF DONALD PURDY: Student Council 2, Track 2, 3 . . . IOAN OUADE: Curtain Call 3, 4, Spanish Club 3, 4 . . . ARLENE OUELLA: General Course . . . RICHARD RADLOFF: Visual Aids Club 2, 3, vice-president 4. ILA RADTKE: Commercial club, secretary 4, Nature Club 2, 3, Talisman 2, 3, business manager 4 . . . GLENN RAI-IMLOW: Track 3 . . . LORNA RAMSAY: Clarion 4, Commercial Club, treasurer 4 . . . WARREN REHFELDT: Track 2, Tumbling Club 2, 3 . . . IEROME REICK: Tumbling Club 2, 3, 4 . . . GERALD REIDER: Bowling Club, secretary 3, president 4. DONALD REIMER: German Club 3 . . . IEAN REIMER: Bowling Club 4, Curtain Call 4, Talisman 4 . . . LESTER REINKE: Basketball, manager, 2, 3, 4, Student Council 4, Visual Aids Club 2, 3, 4 . . . RICHARD RETTLER: Football 2, 3, co-captain 4, Student Council 3, Track 2, 3, 4 . . . DOROTHY RETZLAFF: Curtain Call 3, 4, Talisman 4 . . . EMILY RICHTER: Curtain Call 2, 3, 4, Latin Club 2, Spanish Club 3, 4, Operetta 3, 4, Radio Players 3, 4: REIMER, D. REIMER, I. REINKE RETTLER H .Tit vi A 'e f hr ff 'R I Qi W Q RADTKE RAHMLOW RAMSAY REHFELDT REICK REIDER RETZLAFF RICHTER S gif ix' Y 1, Ctsf :v I 'X in sk I 54 .iii Q X' I ff if 1' Q , ' 'Rs R JC' X 'I ROGERS, I. ROGERS, R. ROHDE ROHLOFF ROHM ROTHE RUSCH RUTTER i' vis, .,-we 4 ' ', Q I .fh-,, ,Iz- EA RISLOW RISTOW ROBERTS ROEHL IACOUELINE RISLOW: Commercial Club 4: Curtain Call 2, 3, 4: Cheerleader 2, 3, 4 . . . CAROLE RISTOW: General Course . . . DONNA ROBERTS: Bowling Club 2: G.A.A. 2 . . . EUGENE ROEHL: Bowling Club 4. IAMES ROGERS: Bowling Club 2, 3, 4: Intramurals 2, 3, 4: Tennis 2, 3, 4: Tumbling Club 2, 3, 4 . . . RICHARD ROGERS: General Course . . . HARLAND ROI-IDE: General Course . . . ALICE ROHLOFF: General Course . . . IUNE ROI-IM: General Course . . . LEO ROTHE: General Course. MELVIN RUSCH: General Course . . . MARY LOU RUTTER: Art Workshop 2, 4 . . . EUNICE SACI-IS: Commercial Club 45 Library Staff 45 Quill and Scroll 4, Talisman 3, 4 . . . NANCY ST. LOUIS: General Course . . . NORINE SALENTINE: General Course . . . STUART SCI-IAEFER: Clarion 3, associate editor 4: Latin Club 2: Nature Club 2, Student Council 2, 3, 4, Tennis 2, captain 35 co- captain 4: Badger Boys' State 3. . M, is. is Bi 2 K ix 3 fggiggt I , :::,isi SACHS ST. LOUIS SALENTINE SCHAEFER Ill? - 1 Tit .f Jsihki X. .15 1 SCHIESSER SCHMIDT SCHNEIDER SCHOMMER GLORIA SCHIESSER: General Course . . . BARBARA SCHMIDT: Commercial Club 4 . . . NANCY SCHNEIDER: Curtain Call 3, 4, Spanish Club 3, 4, Talisman 2 . . . SUSAN SCHOMMER: General Course . . . VALERIA SCHOOFS: Curtain Call 3, 45 Spanish Club 3, president 4, Student Council 3 . . . DOROTHY SCHREITER: General Course. BONNIE SCHROEDER: General Course . . . LA IOY SCI-IROEDER: Latin Club 3 . . . LAVERNE SCHROEDER: General Course . . . WILLIAM SCHROEDER: General Course. IERRY SCHUESSLER: Curtain Call 2, Football 3, 4, Student Council 2, 4, Tennis 25 Track 3, 45 Tumbling Club 2, 3, 4 . . . DONALD SCHUMACHER: Intramurals 2, 3, 4 . . . KENNETH SCHUMACHER: Intramurals 2, 3, 4 . . . VIRGINIA SCHUMANN: Latin Club 2, Spanish Club 3, 4. BEVERLY SCHWAHN: Clarion 3, 4, Curtain Call 2, 3, 4, Debate 35 Latin Club 2, Nature Club 25 Quill and Scroll 4, Spanish Club 3, 4 . . . IOYCE SCHVVALBACH: General Course . . . MILDRED SCHWANDT: Archery Club 25 Art Workshop 3, Pep band 3 . . . LAWRENCE SELIG: Latin Club 2, Tumbling Club 2. SCHWAHN SCHWALBACH SCH WANDT SELIG, L. t. ,K Q SCHOOFS SCHREITER SCHROEDER, B. SCHROEDER, L. SCHROEDER, L. SCHROEDER, W. SCHUESSLER SCHUMACHER, D SCHUMACHER, K. SCHUMANN Page 33 . gg.-QESW ' ' 1 5 1 I ' f 1 V i fi 'I' . emi, ' ' V ',,'gf."i-'i,j- bin. ISM- - . , I ., .. M . 3 2 , ,Qi 3 3 X ,QR ggi X 5 ,, W IP : L If .P " I 3 fx' Q R Q ii , I if ' i sauce., R. SENSE SOMMERS, V. SORENSON SPAAY SPENCER SPOERL SPRINGER STAMMER STARK Page 34 'Wx SHACKLETON SHORTT SMITH SOMMERS, M RONALD SELIG: General Course . . ..DONNA SENSE: Camera Club 3, 4, Curtain Call 3, 4 . . . TACK SI-IACKLETON: Bowling Club 2, 3, 4, Curtain Call 2 . . . GERALD SI-IORTT: Spanish Club 3, 47 Tennis 2, 3: Tumbling Club 2: Cheerleader 2 . . . SHIRLEY SMITH: General Course . . . MARION SOMMERS: Library Staff 4, Talisman 4. VERONA SOMMERS: General Course . . . IACOUELYN SORENSEN: Curtain Call 3, 4: Orchesis 4, Talisman 2, 3. 4: Cheerleader 2, 3 . . . DONNA SPAAY: Nature Club 2, 35 Talisman 3, 4 . . . EUGENE SPENCER: Football 4, Tennis 2, Track 2, 3, 45 Tumbling Club 2, 3, 4. MARY SPOERL: General Course . . . MARION SPRINGER: General Course . . . GILBERT STAMMER: Latin Club 2: Nature Club 2: Student Council 2, 3, Radio Players 3, 4 . . . MARION STARK: Bowling Club 45 G.A.A. 4: Art Workshop 4. MARY ANN STARKS:' Curtain Call 2, 3, 4, Declamation 3, 4, Latin Club 25 Orchesis 2, 3, 45 Radio Players 2, 3, 4: Badger Girls' State 3 . . . EUGENE STECKER: Tennis 2, 3, co-captain 4: Radio Players 4 . . . EDWARD STEINBERG: General Course . . . HELEN TAYLOR: Latin Club 2: Orchesis 2, 3, president 4: Spanish Club 3, 45 Student Council 2. STARKS STECKER STEINBERG TAYLOR 'WC fm- , 9 it A. gs I :aaiim a I TEMPLE TH EYEL THIEL THOMPSON ROBERT TEMPLE: Curtain Call 25 Football 45 Track 3, 4 . . . LUCILLE THEYEL: General Course . . . PETER THIEL: Camera Club 3, presi- dent 45 Curtain Call 2, 3, 45 Football 25 Student Council 3, 45 Track 3, 4 . . . RICHARD THOMPSON: General Course. ROBERT THOMPSON: General Course . . . ELMER THORSON: General Course . . . RUTH TIEDT: General Course . . . ALYCE TIMMERS: Bowling Club 2, 3, 45 G.A.A. 25 Latin Club 2 . . . ROW- LAND TONNELL: Bowling Club 45 Curtain Call 2, 3, 4 . . . LOWELL TORNOW: Bowling Club 2, 3, 45 lntramurals 2, 3, 45 Library Staff 45 Tennis 2, 3, 45 Tumbling Club 2, 3, 4. NANCY TREIBER: Bowling Club 2, 35 G.A.A. 2 . . . DOROTHY TRUNK: German Club 3 . . . BURTON TUSLER: General Course . . . LOIS UHLENBRAUCK: Library Staff 45 Quill and Scroll 45 Student Council 25 Talisman 2, 3, 4 . . . DELLAS VANDENBERG: General Course . . . NANCY VAN ROOY . . . Curtain Call 3, 45 German Club 3, 45 Talisman 2, 35 Operetta 3, 4. TREIBER TRUNK TUSLER UH LENBRAUCK ia x fe - -' ff? h., R , i ,ri ' C J , ' tg' A 7 Q L Q' C459 THOMPSON TIEDT TONNELL VANDENBERG THORSON TIMMERS TORNOW VAN ROOY N R ' ,i,, :.,, --.i wa- -, .iuimm x .W . M., A. W Q .. Q WASSENBERG WASSMANN WAUTLET WEISS WEST WESTPHAL WEYENBERG WHITING VEITENI-IAUS VERKUILEN VOIGT WAGNER ROBERT VEITENHAUS: General Course . . . DELORES VERKUILEN: Curtain Call 47 Talisman 3, 4 . . . ELIZABETH VOIGT: Clarion 3, associate editor 4, Commercial Club 4, Library Staff 4, Quill and Scroll, secretary 4 . . . ROBERT WAGNER: Bowling Club 25 Student Council 3, 4. PATRICIA WASSENBERG: Curtain Call 3, 45 Debate 3, 45 Latin Club 2, 3, 4, Library Statt 4, Orchesis 3, 4, Student Council 25 Talisman 25 Operetta 4, Badger Girls' State 3 . . . AUDREY WAS- SMANN: Operetta 2, 3 . . . KARL WAUTLET: General Course . . . I-IILLARD WEISS: Latin Club 2, 3, 43 Visual Aids Club 2, 3, 4 . . . BONNIE WEST: Bowling Club 2, 3, 45 G.A.A. 2 . . . AUDREY WESTPHAL: Bowling Club 4. FLORUS WEYENBERG: General Course . . . LOIS WI-IITING: Operetta 2, 3, 45 Orchesis 3, 4, Spanish Club 2, 3, 4, Tumbling Club 2 . . . IOYCE WILLIAMS: Clarion 45 Curtain Call 4, Latin Club 2, Talisman 3, 4 . . . MARY ELLEN WILLIAMSEN: Talisman 4 . . . ROB- ERT WINSTED: General Course . . . EDWIN WITTHUI-IN: Bowling Club 4. WILLIAMS WILLIAMSON WINSTED WITTHUHN WITTHUHN WITZKE WOLDT YOUNGER RICHARD WITTHUHN: General Course . . . IAMES WITZKE: Bowling Club 2, 3: Tennis 2 . . . DOROTHY WOLDT: General Course . . . MARIANN YOUNGER: Commercial Club 45 Nature Club 2, Quill and Scroll 47 Talisman 3, 4 . . . IUNE ZACHOW: Clarion 3, 4: Latin Club 2, 3, 45 Library Staff 4: Student Council 3, secretary 45 Operetta 2, 3, 4 . . . DONALD ZIEGLER: General Course. OTHER SEN IORS WILLIAM BALZA: General Course . . . ALFRED BOSSER: Curtain Call 3, 4: Nature Club 2, 3, president 4 . . . IEROME BROUILLARD: General Course . . . MARGARET BUNKLEMAN: General Course . . . ROBERT BUSS: Football 3, 4: Intramurals 2 . . . GLENN DAWSON: General Course. DONALD DAY: General Course . . . DONNA HERBERG: Curtain Call 2: Tumbling Club 2: Art Workshop 2, Operetta 2 . . . PATRICIA HILL: General Course . . . HAROLD HOILE: General Course . . . IACK HUSSEY: Track 3, 4 . . . DOROTHY KLEIN: General Course. IEROME KNUIIT: Library Staff 4: Tennis 2 . . . ROBERT KUNSTMAN: General Course . . . HAZEL LAABS: Archery Club 3 . . . DONALD MUELLER: General Course . . . BERNARD OPSAHL: General Course . . . RAY PEOTTER: General Course. ZACHOW ZIEGLER MARGARET PETERS: General Course . . . WILLARD RIEHL: Tennis 2 . . . IOAN SCHEUERELL: Bowling Club 3: German Club 2, 3 . . . DAVID SCHOMMER: Curtain Call 3, 4: Talisman 25 Track 4 . . . IAMES SMITH: General Course . . . THOMAS TALBOT: General Course . . . IAMES THORNTON: Latin Club 3: Talisman 3, 4, Track 3, 4 . . . STANLEY YOUNG: General Course. Page 37 COORDINATORS Mr. Mullen, Mr. Hannegan, Mr. Albrecht Mrs. Hagen, Mr. Mann, Mr. Weber Mrs. Troyer, Mr. Wollwage, Dr. Benton Board of Education The Appleton Board of Education, made up of a group of conscientious Appleton citizens, serves the youth of our com- munity. Meeting monthly, these interested citizens are confronted with the problems involved in the operation of a smoothly run school system. The expanded building program of the Appleton schools has added greatly to their many responsibilities. Through their unselfish effort and un- flagging enthusiasm the Appleton schools keep their high standards. Mr. Mann Superintendent of Schools Mr. lohn P. Mann, the superintendent of schools, has the responsibility of keeping the Appleton School System in perfect running order. Because of his versatility Mr. Mann finds relaxation in boating, fishing and reading when not diligently Working for the school. Page 38 Principal Mr. Herbert H. Helble, principal of A.H.S., is the overseer of all school and student activities. His efficient management and organization are revealed in this smooth- running, modern high school. During the summer Mr. Helble likes to relax at his cottage in Waupaca spending most of his leisure at his favorite hobby, fishing. Mr. Helble 1? .....- MR. WERNER WITTE Assistant Principal, Dean of Boys Social Studies, Athletic Business Manager Mr. Witte, wearing his striped shirt can b bl . e seen owing the whistle at many football and b k b as et all games. MISS FRANCES STEWART Dean of Girls, Adviser to the Student Council Collecting fine recordings and spinning the discs are some of her many hobbies. MISS STEWART MR. WITTE LIBRARY MISS ETHELWYNN BAERWALDT Assistant librarian A good book and an easy chair strongly appeal to her. MISS RUTH MIELKE Librarian Besides her many other interests, Miss Mielke has a way with flowers. MISS MILDRED NUSSBAUM Office Clerk Knocking over the bowling pins is a fond amusement of hers. MISS LOIS STROVER Office Clerk MISS BAERWALDT, MISS MIELKE Anything from iitterbugging to waltzing is considered pleasant relaxation by Miss Strover. gg? MISS NUSSBAUM, MISS STROVER Page 39 .nj Try," y. 1 ENGLISH-MISS KLUMB, MISS WILLIAMS, MISS ANDERSON, MISS SMITH, MISS WOLF, MISS BROOKS, MISS WARZINIK ENGLISH MISS BORGHILD ANDERSON English Quill and Scroll Studying about the "Land of the Midnight Sun" is her stimulating hobby. MISS MYRTLE BROOKS English She is a bookworm, and one ot her favorite books is a cook book, which she also likes to put to practical use. MISS ADELA KLUMB English, Head ot the English Department. Hoeing and weeding in her garden are not unpleasant tasks for Miss Klumb. MISS MIN SMITH English Seeing the country and watching over her horses take up the majority ot her vacations and leisure hours. MISS GENE WARZINIK English Make-up A "knittin' and a purlin' " are her special interests. MISS MARIORIE WILLIAMS English Talisman mg well and enjoying the results occupy much ot her spare time Throwing ingredients together, mix- MISS ANNABELLE WOLF English Clarion, Quill and Scroll Miss Wolf is gifted with talent for two ot the arts, interior decorating and talking. HOME ARTS MISS MARY O'LEARY Home Arts Many antiques may be seen in her home, especially china and glass- ware. MISS CATHERINE SPENCE Home Arts, Head of Home Arts Department She has a knack with any type ot needlework. COMMERCIAL HAROLD BRIESE Commercial, Social Studies Telling his hair-raising stories and how the big one got away, is Mr. Briese's favorite hobby. BRUNO KRUEGER Commercial Head, Commercial Club, Talisman, Quill and Scroll Delving into the greater perform- ances of literature excites Mr. Krueger. HOME ARTS-MISS O'LEARY, MISS SPENCE LEONE ROBICHAUD Commercial Commercial Club, Cafeteria Stopped only by the war, our travel- ing friend will continue her adven- tures throughout our interesting country. LAURA LIVERMORE Commercial Commercial Club Outstanding in color photography. Miss Livermore enjoys the out-ot- doors and depicts nature on the colored screen. HERBERT SIMON Commercial Commercial Club, Assistant Track Coach, Assistant Athletic Man- ager Our friend, Mr. Simon, enjoys being called Rembrandt's protege during his oif hours. VERNON THORSON Commercial, Psychology Assistant Coach Getting the B-Squad basketball team broken in is a pastime Mr. Thorson enjoys. COMMERCIALfMR. KRUEGER, MR. BRIESE, MR. SIMON, MISS LIVERMORE, MISS ROBICHAUD, MR. THORSON. Page 40 ANGUAGE MR. IOHN DOERFLER German German Club, Curtain Call Production In using a hammer and saw, he finds that many t his tree hours fly away. MRS. DONALD I-IIMEBAUGI-I Spanish, English Spanish Club It you should, by chance, be looking tor Mrs. Himebaugh after school hours, you would most likely find her experimenting with different recipes. MISS LAVERNE KNIEBUSCH English, Latin Latin Club When she has a tree evening, one can tind her with her nose in a book. MISS ELSIE KOPPLIN Latin, Language Head Latin Club Miss Kopplin enjoys immensely working with groups at people. -gann- MISS KOPPLIN, MRS. HIMEBAUGH, MISS KNIEBUSCI-I, MR. DOERFLER. MISS V. SMITH, MISS DULING, MR. WETAK. FINE ARTS MISS MARION GERLACH Chorus, Vocal Supervisor Enioying the attributes ot tine music and the solitude ot knitting make up Miss Gerlach's leisure QD time. MR. ANTHONY BACICI-I Orchestra When he isn't playing the violin, he likes to have a game ot golf. MR. KENNETH KUEMMERLEIN Art, Ass't Track Coach, Art Workshop He puts his knowledge ot art to practical use in the building. MISS RUTH MCKENNAN Speech Head, Declamation She is always on the look-out for good play material and enjoys the intriguing art ot playing bridge. MATHEMATICS MISS HAZEL DULING Mathematics Head Playing the piano and singing are hobbies exercised by Miss Duling. MISS VIDA SMITH Mathematics Miss Smith owns her own car and takes ad- vantage of this by traveling to many picturesque places. MR. I-IUBERT WETAK Mathematics, Debate He has an excellent record collection and plays the Cello in a symphony. MR. E, C, MOORE Band, Supervisor of Music Mr. Moore has a varied collection of photo- graphs on many subjects. MR. KENNETH SAGER Speech, Social Studies Radio Players Music and writing take up a great deal of his time. 'Fu MR. SAGER, MISS GERLACH, MR. KUEMMERLEIN, MR. MOORE, MISS MC KENNAN, MR. BACICH. Page 41 MR. EDGE, MR. BABLER, MR. GOODRICH, MISS PLOW- RIGHT. HISTORY MR. MARVIN BABLER History Head Head Track Coach, Visual Aid Coach He gets many hours of pleasure trorn reading varied books. MR. KENNETH EDGE History, Oratory Fishing is Mr. Edges most enjoyable sport. MR. E. IOHN GOODRICH History, Talisman He likes to take pictures ot unusual scenes. MISS ELIZABETH PLOWRIGHT History, Extemporaneous, Clarion Business She is the outdoor type who likes to roam in a tranquil woods. INDUSTRIAL ARTS MR. HARRY CAMERON industrial Arts, Head of Lockers Give him the outdoors and a few weeks at his cottage, and he is happy. M MR. HAMANN, MR. SEIMS, MR. CAMERON, MR. COTTON MR. SYDNEY COTTON Printing Riding his bicycle to school is one of Mr. Cotton's favorite recreations. MR. RAY HAMANN Mechanical Drawing Athletics Mr. Hamann checks up on some of his football rules. MR. MYRLON SEIMS lndustrial Arts Head Basketball Coach Mr. Seims can be heard enthusiastically cheer- ing his basketball squad from the bench. SCIENCE MR. IACK BURROUGHS Biology Curtain Call Production Eating works in very satisfactorily with two of his other main pastimes, fishing and hunting. MR. G. A. EDIGER Chemistry Assistant Football Coach Coaching football, watching ball games or any sport spell enjoyment. MR. WALTER PRIBNOW Physics, Head of the Science Department Noon Patrol Whether talking to an Englishman or trying to locate a South American friend over his radio, it's all pleasure to Mr. Pribnow. MR. CHARLES SCRIBNER Biology Nature Club Observing animals, taking walks, or reading about Mother Nature absorb much of his free time. MR. VERNON ZIMMERMAN Biology Assistant Coach, Camera Club Mr. Zimmerman, known to some as the "bug man," likes to capture any queer insect he sees. Page 42 MR. PRIBNOW. MR. ZIMMERMAN, MR. SCRIBNER, MR. EDIGER, MR. BURROUGHS. S. ELY, MISS THANOS MRS. C. P. HECKLE Cafeteria Her interest in dogs competes with her great love of the out-ot-doors. All the custodians qive very freely ot their time and energy to keep our building spotless and shining. MRS. CHADY, MRS. KOHLER , MISS GAERTNER, MR. BLACK DILLON, MR. WITZKE. HEALTH MR. DAVID BLACK Physical Education Tumbling Club During much ot his free time, he may be seen teeinq oft or putting on the green. MR. ADOLF DILLON History, Physical Education Tennis Coach, Football Coach An enthusiastic game of tennis is Mr. Dillon's special avocation. MRS. AUSTIN ELY School nurse Mrs. Ely spends many hours studying and experimenting in oil paints. MISS PAULINE GAERTNER Physical Education G.A.A. Miss Gaertner is another racket smasher on the courts. MISS API-IRODITE THANOS Physical Education Orchesis Miss Thanos enjoys marking her bowling score with strikes and spares. MR. LAWRENCE WITZKE Physical Education Cheerleaders, Bowling Club His particular amusements are handball and football. MR CAMPSHURE, MR. RAHN, MR. JURY, MR. ARNOLD, MR. PETERSON, MR. WEIDMAN, MR. SACK. Page 43 Two potential Madame Curie's, Audrey Boettcher and Carla Heller, are experimenting with pressure in the fifth hour physics class. HX" is being solved in the fourth hour math class by lim Mc Gee, Dick Oehler and Carl De Bruin lames Witzke and lerry Reider stimulate the mental processes over a math problem. A first aid class is busily bandaging each other H Wish we could have seen the outcome of this exciting game. Page 44 SO PRGUDLY WE SERVE THEY GOVERN Us , Mr. Helble and councilors prepare plans tor a round , , , table discussion. They are, standing: Hammond, Prepqrmq for 3 meetmg are Hletpas' Gallaher, Reinke: seated: Sonkowsky, Unmuth, Thiel' Schuessler' Cary' Asman' Mr. Helble, Sievers. 1. Some councllors inspect the art display. They are Niles, Hoel, Leithen, Zachow, Dishno, Sutherland. Plans for a student council dance are being made by, standing: Cloak, Zuleger, Clark: seated: Koehne, Lee, Moriarity. A group of councilors discussing the revision of the Student Handbook are, standing: Zuleger, Groth, Koffend, Eisele: seated: Holzer, Gericke, Ristau, Ohman, Nieland A refreshment committee at work with Miss Stewart consists of Retza, Beelen, Kositzke, Mielke, Miss Stewart. Page 46 SOME -EOPULAR QUOTABLE -REPRESENTATIVES Miss Kniebusch supervises at a noon hour committee meeting ofthe Latin Club. Standing: Oehler, Lemons, Collins, Pelkey, seated: Iansen, Beelen, Foster, Zachow, Ballard, Heller, Hill, Kraus, Nabbeteld. The co-consuls give directions before a meeting. Standing: Weiss, Steiner, Staedt, Kopplin, Thoms, Bloomer, Casper, seated: Leininger, Staidl, St. Pierre, Unmuth. A group of sophs plans some entertainment. Standing: Ayres, Gee, Coeneng seated: Dybus, Boettcher, Eisele, Adami, Friestrom, Gengler. the program chairman takes over. Back row: Mackesy, Van l, Weiner, Sonkowsky, Hammond, front row: Ohman, Berry, Bailey, Brown, Stammer, Hardt, Maesch. A friendly chat after the meeting. Standing: Beelen, Heller, Heise: seated: Engler, Hallock, Sommers, Eberhardt, Breitrick. Cantet nunc eo! Back row: LaRose, Seehauer, Nehls, Neuman, Lemke, Russell, Coffey, Archer, Miss Kopplin: front row: Peterson, Schubert, Holzer, lo. Silliman, la. Silliman, Oake, Landis, Sieth, Shlimovitz. Page 47 Studying points ot interest on the map of Germany are Iohn Katura, Shirley Lecker, Delores Mittlestadt, loan Nehls and Betty Leisering. A German newspaper is being read by Leo Golper, Nancy Van Rooy, lim Belling, Eloise Kuehmsted, , Dewey Dingeldein, Doris Leininger, Patsy Blick and La May Roth. ACH IA! At German Club meetings, usually held at members' houses, there prevails a spirit of light-heartednessp and a good time is always had by all. But, at the same time, an excellent basis ot the German language, history and culture is blended in while playing German games, working puzzles, listening and folk dancing to German songs, and seeing German movies. Highlighting the social program of the year are the initiation of new members and singing beloved carols at Christmas time in the halls of school. Page 48 Secretary Muriel Haaseg Mr. Doerfler, the club adviser: President Carol Ballard, and lanet Maesch, Vice-president, plan a coming program. Marie Koller, lane Roeder, loan Bartman, Marvin Krichmar, and Dale Hollenback put the finishing touches on a German pyramid ornament. s -n. sh., EL CLUB ESPANCL The Spanish Club is guite an expand- ing organization with over seventy mem- bers, the aim ot which is to acquaint the members with the ways and tra- ditions ot the Mexican and South American peoples. The club meetings take place every second Wednesday of each month. The club otticers this year are Valeria Schools, president, Mary Ann Heule, vice-presidentp Margie Benson, secretary-treasurer. Mrs. Donald l-limebaugh is the capable adviser of the club. The members exchanging news before a meeting begins are seated: McGee, Hoeppner, Richter, Pierce, Goldbeck, Clark, Notaras, Menzner, Marston, Schneider, Clark, Whiting, Rubbert, White, Gosz, Murphy, Schuman, standing: Schoots, Koleske I Schloss, Benson, Mrs. Himebaugh, Schwann, Bauerteind, lacobson. ..i- Here are some of the members singing Christmas carols in the hall. Front row: Baker, Wise, Zeh, leffery, Schulze, Sense, Krueger, Heins, Kufner, Collipp, Lem- merhart, back row: Koftend, Demlow, Ward. Hungrily waiting for the tangy Mexican chili to be served for supper are Ryerson, Cary, Hamilton, Doertler, Wilson, Zuleger, Crowe, Kuehnl, Maas, Stewart. Singing to Mrs. HlmGbGt1Qh'S accompaniment on the piano are Clark, Wilson, Stewart, Ztileger. A N Page 49 A ',' ln.. I SCOOPERS From left to right: Mary Koleske and Mary Krause are busily checking over a Tally. Eldora Ballard, co-editor, is writing a story while Emmy Bunks is checking over hers, and Dolores Verkuilen types copy for the proofreaders. Listening to Mr. Goodrich are Crow, Berry, Halleck, Cary, Eqqert, Olson, right: Gee, Heller, Thornton, Goree, Beelen. l W Glancinq over a Tolly are seated: Miss Williams, Casper, co-editor, and Gallaher, standing: Pla man, Hollenback, Reimer, Buch, Y berqer, Mackesy, Radike, Olson ' ' Smiling over a successful copy just received are seated: Stammerg standing: Uhlenbrauck, Williamson, Schlimovitz, Pelkey, Stewart, Kloehn, Boettcher, Beelen, Zierlce. Seeing it their particular story is in the paper are St. Pierre, Nabbefeld, Wilson, Kasten, Donovan, Ramsey, Eberhardt. Page 50 X sk Discussing the week s ads are standing: D. Verkuilen Haug, seatedt A. Verkuilen, Velie, Bootz, Petersonl ""1.,,. Advertising on the Tally can be fun! Standing: Heselton, La Rose, Retza, Benson: seated: Hardt, Stewart, Asmus, Weiner. DOLLARS AND SENSE Recording the weekly figures is part ot the work to be done by the business staff of the Talisman. Stand- ing: Sorensen, Mr. Krueger, Sacks, seated: Retzlaff, Krabbe, Radtke. 6 Page 51 Checking up on advertising techniques are standing: Koleske, Gosz, Quella, Casper, seated: Goldbeck, Mr. Krueger, Mauel. It isn't all business for the staff. Reading the Tally is fun, too! Standing, Forrest, Lemkeg seated: Lavey, Anderson, Getsfried, Sorensen. "Now let's see . . . What did we do last week?" Standing: Younger, Heimerman, Uhlenbrauck, Weyenbergg seated: Somrners, Backes. J S N . '--4 v- - ,sign-,. . PUZZLE MAKERS With the theme centered on a jig-saw puzzle, the Clarion staff was kept busy preparing class pictures, organizations, events, and taking the pictures of the various class activities. The three branches of the editorial section, writing, photography, and art, have all combined their efforts to make this year's Clarion a success. The editorial staff was under the direction of Miss Annabelle Wolf, faculty adviser: leanne lacobson and Robert Hubbell, editors-in-chief, Elizabeth Voigt, organizations editor, and loan Bauerfeind, class and events editor. With their equipment in hand some of the Clarion . St din :Russell members start to work on a page an g Stewart, Clark, Barlament, Mclntyre, Langg seated Geenen, Maesch, Crane, Schubert. Showing Ramsey and Williams what to type are Falcus, Prasher, Mader. Page 52 The heads of the Clarion are discussing details of the book. They are: Bauerfeind, Voigt Hubbell Ballou, lacobson, Miss Wolf Working with the glue jar and some proofs are standing: leffery, Doner, Benson: seated: lo. Silliman, la. Silliman, Zachow. Checking names of past and potential sponsors are Grace Stewart, Ruth Landis, Lois Limpert, Florence Leonard, La May Rathf Nancy Russell, Betty Dagneau, May Adami, and Miss Plowright check the staffs total sponsorships. Keeping records is a very important part of the work. Sharon Doerfler, Beverly Schwahn, Beverly Buchman, Eloise Kuehmsted, and leanne Schloss perform that chore. ludy Pierce, Jeanne Bock, Gerry lohnson, loan Gertz, and Carol McGee find FINANCIAL WIZARDS Keeping business records, finding new sponsors, canvassing regular pa- trons and selling subscriptions are only a small part of the duties performed by the Clarion business staff. Under the guidance of Miss Elizabeth Plowright, faculty adviser, Eloise Kuehmsted and Beverly Buchman, co-sponsorship man- agers, Sharon Doerfler, business man- ager, Beverly Schwahn, subscription manager, and leann-e Schloss, general assistant, the staff is responsible for the financial stability of the Clarion. some new prospects. Page 53 STAR DUSTERS Some of the members looking over a copy of the Quill and Scroll Magazine are: Krabbe, Heselton, Cary, Barlament, Stewart, Mauel, Radtke, Sacks. Miss Anderson welcomes the new initiates at a club meeting. The new members are Sorensen, Zachow, Zierke, Russell, Maesch, letfery, Backes, Geenen, Falcus. Looking over past copies of "Patterns of Star Dust" for ideas on this year's copy are, front row: Nabbefeld, Asmus, Iacobson, Doertlerg back row: Kraus, Boettcher, Beelen, Bauerfeind. Page 54 The Edward Weismiller Chapter of Quill and Scroll is the A.H.S. division ot the national honorary society for high school journalists. Outstanding members of the school paper and yearbook are elected to the organization. Programs ot varied interest follow the monthly business meetings. The major projects tor the year are the revision of the Student Handbook, and production of "Patterns ot Star Dust," a book ot creative writing. Uhlenbrauck, Koleske, Younger, Goldbeck, Hardt smile with enthusiasm over the many Quill and Scroll activities. President Stuart Gallaher is showing some of the members how this year's Student Handbook is going to be printed. They are Voight, Benson, Bunks, Kuehmsted, Buchman. DEWEY DECIMALITES Betty Lou Pardee, Sue Nabbeteld, and leanne Bock are demonstrating the duties of the student helpers at the return desk. Pat Wassenberg is the patron. One additional duty is to take care of the magazines as shown brauck and Lowell Tornow. rs . Peggy Hill is checking out a book at the charging desk while Carla Heller looks on, ready to stamp the "date due." Steve Darling is getting the newspaper ready for student use. lerome Knuijt is doing some reference work. The office help has duties in a different vein. Mary Ann Heule is typing, Ann Furminger is embossing a book, Elizabeth Voigt is tiling pamphlets, and Nancy Andrews watches Marilyn Le Moine jovially clamp a poster to the board. Marian Sornmers works with the clippings as Miss Mielke directs over her shoulder. lune Zachow is checking out a book and Dick Oehler is checking a book in. Pat Gosz is mending books. Page 55 by Eunice Sachs, Lois Uhlen- i BURBANICS KIDS Nature Club gives all students interested in dealing directly with nature a chance to do so. Here are Koehler, Thomack, Russell, Heimerman, Malueg, Blick, Hopfensperger, Foth, Hoffman, Goldbeck, Nygren. Caring for the museum is one of the tedious jobs of Nature Club. Looking over the many stuffed animals are Stormfelz, Neels, Schiefen, Edwards, Seehaurer, Notaras, Graves. Page 56 The officers are planning one of the many hikes, Here are Darling, Bosser, Furminger, Bailey, Mr. Scribner. One of the most enjoyable projects is the annual wreath-making at Christmas time. Putting on the finishing touches are Roeder, Kuschel, Riesenweber, Mendez, Hechel, Kuske, Ientz, Marx, Salm, Brown, Berry, McGinnis. POHSKROW TRA' Ross Lang, Rodney Helms, and Mr. Kuemmerlein are watching - k t- 1 - Nancy Foster, Niki Wise, Virginia Ieftery and leanne Stammer lggliiecjgigeagiks Oipbkgiignog-71231322 make the cardboard Christmas tree which annually decks the and Carla McGinnis. hall on third floor during the Christmas season. Charlotte Hoeppner, Beverly Hardt, loyce Schultz, P-at Peotter, and Dave Maclntyre seem to be snickering at a pun made during one of the lighter moments of a regular meeting. 'Try this backwards . 'Y Ieanne Crain, ludith Schrage, Ann Persch- bacher, Nancy Chudacoft, Ioan lennerjahn, and Iris Kippenhan are working on Christmas cards. Page 57 WE'LL SHOW 'EM Earnestly studying their equipment, from which come Ex-'Nz A.H.S. movies are kneeling: Hafacker, Krueger: standing: Graves, Tusler, Schmidt, Stahl, Fickle. The movies seen at A.H.S. are expertly handled only after there has been practice on the part of the students. Stand- ing: Lewis, Redlin, Reinke, King, Miller: kneeling: Mumme, and Mech. Listening to instructions are seated: Sauer, Glade, Keating, Precourt: standing: Hoffman, Page 58 Mech, Fondow, Schuette. A.H.S. was voted a pilot school this year and received a projector and record machine. Steve Darling Qpresidentl kneeling is admiring a machine, standing: Weiss, Nennig, Frank, Radlott, Woods. Last year Mr. Babler and several students started the Visual Aids club, but now there are forty-two members. Standing: Nygreen, Mr. Babler, Zacchius, Weber: kneeling: Keating, Leininger. Mr. Zimmerman is discussing parts of a camera with officers Carl De Bruin, Peter Thiel, Valerie Babino and lim Helms. SHUTTER BUGS Inspecting a new camera are standing: Don Moder, Ray Pusch, Eugene Courtois, Donna Sense, and Donna Thies, seated: Irene limos and Niki Wise. Looking at out-door slides are Mary Lou Steiner, Lolamae Charles, Delores Mittlestadt lanice Bentle, Betty Rogers, Betty Malueg and Martha Baker. BHP. It N I CIM... . , 'KW 7 rx 'Www X, Studying folders on various types ot cameras are standing: Theda Patten, Peter Christensen and Eloisa Mendez: seated: Dan Kottke, Iohn Katura, Beverly Snow, Cora Josephs Harry Clark, lean Sieth, Barbara Hill, Janice Sense, David Dorn, and Don Gresenz seriously judge a picture contest. Page 59 Showing a variation of movements of the body are standing: Nancy Foster, loAnn lansen, Lois Meisle, lackie Sorenson. Orchesis is a nationswide organization which give those interested a chance to express their emotions through movements. Back row: Charlotte Hoep- pner, Barbara Hauert, Ginger Starksg front row: Myrtle Brockman, Maggie Dishno, Rita Krull. Page 60 TWINKLE TOES Orchesis members who were carefully chosen after a six week tryout period are loan Donovan, loan Silliman, loan Biason, lanet Silliman, Edith Dvbus. Giving their interpretations of a dance are standing: Jeanne Hoeppner, Myra Sigmanp seated: Nancy Marske, Carol McGee, Sharon Engler. AMBITIOUS COMPETITORS Doing the task ot polishing and taping hockey sticks are: lanice Russell, Ioan Nehls, leanette Rehbein, ludith Schrage, Betty Werner. Selling candy and coke at the basketball games can be a most enjoyable project. Shown here are Betty Warner, Delores Middelstad, Cleone Krause, Beverly Knaack, Adeline Schoettler. Come on girls-jump. Watching the outcome are referee Miss Pauline Gaertner and Mar- garet Nickash, while Bernice Nowak and Shirley Spilker jump. Ianice Guenther and Ioyce Kohl begin a game of shuffleooard while Ioyce Mollet watches with a hope of learning a few new tricks. A tense moment to decide if the free throw will change the score is experienced by Ioan Schiefen, Marion Starks, Phyllis Willoughby, Rojean Schabow, Katherine Keating, Geraldine Koenig. Page 61 WITH BRUSH AND HAND Make-up Crew: Haase, Younger, Koleske, Buch- berqer, Sense, Holinbeck, White, Corcoran, Theis, and Semrow. Lighting Crew, back row: Leonard, Graves, Deschler, Lewis, Herner, Tonnell, heady front row: Krueger, Guenther, Hanson. Design Crew, back row: Peotter, Derby, Sense, Colburn, Retza, La Rose, Crain, front row: Eifealdt, Cleereman, Hill, leffery, Benson, Hoeppner, Bauerte-ind, head. Page 62 Properties Crew, back row: Verkuilen, Hein, Schmidt A. Verkuilen, Petersen, Velie, Plantz, Rislow, head front row: Schneider, Phelps, Anderson, Bootz, and Getstried. Construction crew: Cloak, R. Helms, I. Helms, Hauq, Cameron, Cyrtmus, Hesson, Mr. Doertler. Properties Crew, back row: Faas, Doerfler, Cary, Menzner, Halleck, Brenneckeg front row: Heselton, Reimer, Crowe, Mc Ginnis, Holzer. All Sim t 1 3 "" Q ?g,.X..,,, Make-up Crew: Dishno, head, Bock, Staidl, Foth Stammer, Kuehnl, Mader, Gertz, Johnson, Williams. 1 Admiring Bob's techniques are, standing: Wilson, Connelly, Hardt, Babino, Hamilton, seated: Boettcher, Maesch, Heller, Miss McKennan, Bloomer, Gallaherg kneeling: Hubbell, front: lacobson, Hauert. Strikin dramatic oses are back row: Wells, A Q I3 Maesch, Kopplin, Zierke, Kloehng middle row: Prasher, Smith, Ney, Doner, Limpert, front row: Micheln, Ryerson, Peterson. Wise, Beelen, Eisele. At a recent Curtain Call meeting where the cast for the senior class play was announced are back row: Lemons, Cridelich, Faas, Leonard, Forrest, Podzilni, Starks, Kuehmsted, Van Rooy, Bunks, Buchman. 14.215 JP BOUQUET CATCI-IERS Meet the new members! The talented sophs are standing: Oake, Vanden Akker, Stewart, Chudacotf Clark, Sigman, Hoeppner, Gee, Donovan, Breitrick seated: la. Silliman, lo. Silliman, Heller, Poised and experienced are, back row: Leininger, Schloss, Nadel, Richter, Schommer, Nabbefeld, Lee, 1 front row: Sorenson, St. Pierre, Ohman, Quade, Pierce. Page PROS AND CONS This year, enthusiastic students have debated the question, "Resolved: that the U.N. now be revised into a Federal World Government." Tryouts were held at the beginning of the debate season, after which, the debaters were placed on "A" and UB" squads. With Mr. Wetak as their coach, they have been active debaters for a period of four months, participating in several tourna- ments and practice debates with other schools. Several good pointers are being discussed by debaters above. Seated: la. Silliman, lo. Silliman, Peterson: standing: Kloehn, Hubbell. Looking up material for their constructive speeches are seated: Playman, Heller, Willoughby, stand- ing: Gallaher, Kopplin, Hamilton. Debating before a school assembly was just one of the many activities in which A.H.S. debaters took part. With opponents Howard Heckner Cstandingj and Bob lung representing the Neenah Debate Squad, Nancy Playman and Sue Nabbefeld successfully hold up the negative point of view. Debaters find reference work plays a great part in preparing their speeches. During the debate season, a special section of the library was dedicated to research material for the question de- bated this year. Listening to their coach are seated: Nabbefeld: standing: Roeder, Wassenberg, Mr. Wetak, Hammond, Mumme. Page 64 Donna Roberts, lackie Rislow, Carole Ristow, Barbara Schmidt, and Mr. Simon are watching Lorna Ramsay at the typewriter. IT'S NO PUZZLE T0 THEM sfisllnl: ra s-scam Doris Heimerman, loan Koenig, Eliz- abeth Voigt, Miss Robichaud, and Barbara Hauert are looking at the Gregg Writer, a supplement to the textbook. Pat Mathy is transcribing her shorthand notes. During the meetings which are con- ducted twice a month, the club aims to get a better view ot actual work in Mr. Krueger, lanet Backes, Eunice Sachs, Hazel Laabs, Mary Lou Rutter, and Mr. Briese are shown with Betty Lou Pardee, who is seated. business places. Miss Livermore, Beatrice Kamkes, Mary Ann. Heule, lla Radtke, loanne Krabbe, and Dorothy Retzlaft are gleaning bits of information from pamphlets. Page 65 ,fs Page 66 T . pp e on is being cheered by Marilyn Radtke Marjorie Smith d , , an Ellen Connelly . . . Right: Harry Clark and Bob Barlament are snapping pictures for the Clarion. Middle row, lett: An informal snap of loyce Williams, Nancy Van Rooy, lim Belling, Tom Cooper and lim Wilson was taken at the Terrors' Den Q. . Right' loanne Ia . . nsen and loan Hammer- schmidt enjoy an interesting joke while d ' ancing. Bottom row, left: These raving beauties from the Sophomore Talent Show are Ruth Goree, loan Brennecke, leanne Hallack and Nancy Turkow . . . Dick Radlott directs a group of band mem- bers. They are lvan Spangenberq, Earl Brinkman, Mary Simpson, Don Nelson, lim Kohl, Laurine Bogan and Betty Malueg. op row, lett' Another basket for A l t WE DISPLAY GUR TALENTS Pa CALLING ALL TALENT New pieces were added to our puzzle when the class of '51 presented the traditional talent show on October 14, 1948. Frank Koffend and Malcolm Robertson, lower right, emceed the show. lames Batley, lower left, is seen playing l'Donkey Sere- nade." He also accompanied Audrey 1-lensen, middle right, in her novelty tap dance act. At the middle left loan Donavan is giving the lolson touch to the musical number, "Your Feet's Too Big." Mary lane 1-leimerman, upper right, is dramatically singing a number from "The Glow Worm." At the upper left are the Harvey Girls featured in a can-can dance. They are Ruth Goree, loan Brennecke, Jeanne Hallack and Nancy Turkow. Page 68 tliiii HOMECOMING Homecoming, the most eventful weekend of the year, opened with an up-and-coming, rarin'- to-go pep session on Thursday. When Saturday, the big day, came, so came the wind. The floats really did float down College Avenue this year! Our Terrors broke their winning streak of thirteen games by losing to the West "Wildcats," 6-O. Color was added to the Homecoming game with the appearance of the Sons of the American Legion Drum and Bugle Corps between halves. Although their spirits were somewhat lowered, the students had their snake dance down College Avenue to Soldiers' Square, where they cheered their team and coaches. Everyone regained his enthusiasm for the dance which turned out to be the climax of the day. More than seven hundred students and alumni turned out for this first Student Council dance of the year. The announcement of the prize-winning floats was the feature of the evening. This was done by Bob Hubbell and Ted Cloak, co-masters of ceremony. The winning floats were Venus Tri-Y, Spanish Club, Com- mercial Club, and Orchesis. The Amazon Tri-Y was given honorable mention. Top row: Stu Schaefer and lim Mc Gee portray characters for a skit at the pep session . . . The enthusiastic crowd cheers at the pep session . . . The Spanish Club has the winning float in the morning parade. -,..-- Middle row: Appleton "Ter'rors" try to stop the west "Wildcats" in the big game . . . The grand-finale' the Homecoming Dance. Last row: Another float "Puts West to Rest" in the Homecoming parade. Page 69 A WALTZ DREAM The "Waltz Dream" by Oscar Straus was the lilting operetta put on by the A.H.S. chorus this year. ln the opposite picture Dick Zimmerman, an army officer, is protesting to iohn Bloomer, the king, that he doesn't want to marry the princess. The ladies of the court, Karen Maesch and Bev Buchman, stand by. ln the middle right picture Dick is trying to break the engagement with the princess, Barbara Geenen. Abe Nadel, minister of finance in the king's court, is advertising tor Schmaltz's Delicatessen. On the left are Lois Meisele and Marie Kohler, giggling waitresses in a cate. Lower right are the princess and her real lover, Gil Stammer. The last picture shows a happy ending with the principals and the whole chorus singing. The music was directed by Miss Marion Gerlach. Production was supervised by Mr. lack Burrows, Miss Gene Warziriik supervised the makeup and Miss Ruth Mcliennan was the dramatic director. Page 70 Emmy Bunks Robert Hubbell Mike Hammond John Bloomer IN CHARACTER The fine interpretation of the characters in the story 'tThe American Way," by George Kaufman and Moss Hart, won first place for Mike Hammond in the Dame Declamatory Recital held on December 2, 1948. Ginger Starks gave the touching declamation, "Let the Hurricane Roar" by Rose Lane. UGuns Against the Snow" by Harold Mers, a tense melodrama, was given by lohn Bloomer. Emmy Bunks kept the audience in tense excitement with her reading, "Yellow," by Charlotte Gulman. Lloyd Douglas' profound novel, l'The Robe," was chosen by Robert Hubbell for a reading fraught with inspiration and dignity. Miss Ruth Mcliennan, speech instructor, did an exceptional job of coaching the entrants. Humor was the key-note of the runner-up declamation participants. The underclassmen were coached by Mr. Kenneth Sager. This was the first of the underclassmen recitals to be held since 1942. Leon Hamilton, Ioan Silliman, Gretchen Hardt, Ianet Silliman, and David Kopplin. Ginger Starks Page 71 ,....-4-A950 - Mike Hammond thinks about a subjectfor his speech. Dave Kopplin is searching in the card catalog for suitable material. Organizing his notes is Tohn Bloomer. Dick Faas is writing the final draft and Bob Hubbell is delivering the final masterpiece. PRESENTING "OUR ORATORS The subject chosen by our silver-tongued orators tor their original orations this year was personal rights. David Kopplin, Dick Faas, lohn Bloomer, Mike Hammond and Robert Hubbell participated in the twenty- eighthx, annual Heiss Oratorical Recital held February 17, coached by Mr. Kenneth Edge. David Kopplin explained the constitution as a bulwark which protects civil rights. it he America's Tomorrow" was the topic chosen by Dick Faas. "A Challenge to Our American Way of Living" was given by Iohn Bloomer, while -,....,,.....f'7 Jw, Mike Hammond's contribution was "Freedoms Heartbeat -Our Constitution. 'lDe- mocracy-The Temple ot Liberty," the win- ning oration, was delivered by Robert Hub- bell. -FYR.,- The underclass oratorical recital was directed by Mr. Kenneth Sager. The participants from left to right were Dick Zimmerman, Grace Stewart, Helen Heise, Myra Sigman, and Iim Wilson. Page 72 ,wr ff EQUATION EGR SUCCESS Mike Hammond is Speak- ing from the platform. Kim Mumme is Drawing the topic on which he will speak. Leon Hamilton is Timing his speech. mm mm lf W 'Qu ing over his speech. Pat Wassenberg is Writing from reference material. T4-W4-D+T+S:W: Thinking+Writ- ing-l-Drawing+Timing+Speaking: Extempore Speaking. ln the winning speech, "The United States' Defense Plan," Mike Hammond compared our defense zone with that ot Russia and told some methods by which the United States can be secure. Stuart Gallaher spoke on "Socialism." He painted a picture of a typical Englishman, who in the election of l95O might or might not turn away from Socialism. "Deflation" was the subject of Pat Wassenberg's speech. She explained its causes, cures, and effects. The strategic value of the Middle East was stressed in Kim Mumme's topic "The Middle East." "When is the cold war going to turn hot?" was the question asked and answered by Leon Hamilton in his speech entitled, 'lThe Cold War." Miss Elizabeth Plowright coached the speakers. Page 73 Stuart Gallaher is Think Upper left: Louis Micheln has some startling news for Lois Limpert and Niki Wise. Upper Right: Hero, lim Wilson, looks on gravely as the fidgety doctor, Leon Hamilton, gives some advice to Sherry Ohman. Center: Curtain Call, and the cast of "Ah Sweet Mystery" smile successfully. Left to right are Limpert, Micheln, Wise, Wilson, Ohman, Hamilton, Hardt, Con- ll ne y. Lower left: Two members of the cast for "Christmas Once a Year." Eugene Stecker and Dick Rettler seem to enjoy being kings. Lower right: Frank Leonard portrays the tense mood of the first Christmas. DRAMA IN ONE ACT Three short one-act plays were given this year by students interested in dramatics. The first, "Ah Sweet Mystery" by lohn Kirkpatrick was given by a cast of juniors. This play, complete with its surprise ending, involved a family interested in the final chapter of a thrilling mystery serial. During this play suspense, humor, and action thrilled the audience. "Christmas Once A Year" by Mr lack Burroughs and Mr. Kenneth Sager was a dramatic narration pre- sented during the Christmas season. As the curtain opened, a little girl was listening to her father. As he related the story that took place on the first Christmas, the modern scene faded away, and the audience saw the story enacted. The lighting and choral reading were outstanding in this production. The third play was given in the middle of May. "She Stoops to Conquer," arranged by Harold Slicker, was delightfully enacted on one stage. All the plays were directed by Miss Ruth McKennan, with Mr. lack Burroughs supervising the back stage activities and Miss Gene Warzinik directing the make-up. Page 74 ON THE BEAM Much of the time of the Radio Players is spent Many of the dramatic shows call for special characterizations. Checking their parts are Buch- man, Van Rooy, I. Maesch, Nabbefeld, K. Maesch, Richter, Ryerson, Schloss, and Stewart. rehearsing. Going over the script before they take to the air are Zierke, Wise, G. Stammer, The recording machine plays a large part in perfecting voice production. Recording their voices are Wells, Hornbeck, Podzilni, Kopplin, Iacobson, Kloehn, Smith, Limpert, Ohman, Meisle, and seated White. Polishing up a production are Berry, Leininger, Matz, Starks, Hammond, Mr. Sager, and seated, Casper. Hardt, Wilson, l. Stammer, Hamilton, Bunks, Hauert and seated Forrest More students who have taken part in radio productions are Faas, Bloomer, Stillman, Sterna- , gel, Connelly, Bauerfeind, Prasher, Playman, and seated, Fisher. Page 75 MV, STAGE The "homey" living quarters of the "Footlights Club" Where the girls spent much of their time is the setting for the play. I Dfw rv?" r On a Sunday morning the girls take a vacation from their tiring jobs. Gerry lohnson, ludy Pierce, Stu Gallaher, and Pete Thiel look excited as they set out for a formal date. A slightly romantic touch is added by lohn Bloomer Page 76 and Nancy Van Rooy. Robert Hubbell has serious advice for Nancy Van Rooy in one of the dramatic moments. DOOR Nancy Van Rooy embraces her father, Bob Temple. ik? me .si A few of the girls look over the "latest" Hollywood news. Movie star, Barbara Hauert, is greeted by her former housemates. Nancy Van Rooy sympathizes with the troubles of Ginger Starks. On March 26, thirty members ot the class of 1949 presented "Stage Door" by Edna Ferber and George Kaufman. This was the story of a group of hopeful young girls of the "Footlights' Club" in New York and of their numerous experiences in the club and in trying to get jobs. Some of the girls studied acting while others achieved pleasure out of dancing and play- ing the piano. The delightful humor and dramatic scenes thrilled the audience and helped to make the play a success. Miss Ruth McKennan directed the production, while Mr. lack Bourroughs headed the production crew and Miss Gene Warzinik was in charge of the make-up. Page 77 MARCHING TECHNICIANS -pf The well-disciplined band under the direction of Mr. E. C. Moore presents an example of loyalty to A.l-LS. The members of the horn and percussion sections are, back row: Hammond, Koppling third royv: Russell, Melchert, Grimmer, second row: Faas, Asmus, MacConaqhag first row: Goenen, Van Rooy, Bunlcs. The brass section is back row: Stamrner, Drier, Redlin, third row: Spencer, Mech, Knudsen, Thiel, seCond.row: Kohl, Nelson, Brinkman, first row: Forrest, Spanqenberg, Simpson. The clarinetists of the band are, back row: Stewart, Riesen- weber, Rubbertg third row: De Land, Zeutzius, Frank, Mech, second row: Kippenhan, Schloss, Eqqert, Luedersg first row: Bogan, Malueg, Konitzer, Clevenger. Page 78 Mr. Moore presides over the woodwind section. They are back row: Mr. Moore, Mech, Mumme, Bentley third row: Radloff, Braatz, Batley, Witthuhn, first row: Ramsay, Strieby, Boettcher, Mclltamney. BOW AND FINGER CO-ORDINATORS The second violin section demonstrates its playing position. Since the wind and brass playing members have their pictures with the band, these pictures are of the string players of the orchestra only. The string sections will enlarge annually with the increased member- ship in the grades and junior highs. The second violins wait for a signal from Mr. Bacich to begin to play. They are left to right: Mr. Bacich, Marguart, Stewart, Miller, luneau, Schabow, and Schulze. ll The first violins execute fifth position. Seated left to right are: Ertl, Stewart, Krause Sigman, Schmidt, Rislow. Though the violin and cello sections are both small, they are strong. The members are left to right: I. Maesch, K. Maesch, Heller, Eber- hardt, and Fleck at the piano. Page 79 PROSPECTIVE MUSICIANS The main project of the year for the A.H.S. chorus is the presentation of the operetta which involves a considerable amount of work for all ot its participants. Miss Gerlaclffs earnest and conscientious devotion to her work is evident and gains the support of her students. The junior members are singing at attention as usual. Back row: Harp, Nehls, Kunstman, Sylvester, Mader, Stumpf, Dashner, Culbert- son, Van Agtmael, Blount, third row: Lemons, Roeder, Middlestadt, Stillman, Rehbein, Per- rine, Haug, Werner, Schiltzp second row: Asmus, Wilson, Geenen, Defferding, Schulze, Barber, Leisering, Nygreng first row: Zimmer- man, Bartman, Koller, Bush, Heselton, Connelly. Page 80 The chorus is grouped according to classes. The first picture shows a group of its senior members. Back row: Meisle, Hall, De Braal, Crotteau, Zachow, Nimmer, Maesch, Schom- mer, Woldtg third row: Brewer, Sommers, Roehl, Pahr, Nadel, Foxgrover, Tonnell, Hill, Steinberg, first row: Reick, Grunskau Porath, Nabbefeld. The rest of the seniors are back row: Smith, Hamilton, Dawson, Buchman, Stammer, Van Rooyg second row: Brockman, Bloomer, Whiting, Bodway, Faasg first row: Sorenson, Wassman, Schommer, Noffke. The sophomore representation was guite large this year. They are, back row: Cyrtmus, Ellefson, Wolfgram, Oake, Shackleton, Pagle, Hanneman, Brecklin, Fischer, second row: Lewis, Schmitz, Sorenson, Beusch, Casper, Mielkeg first row: Miss Gerlach, Biason, lost, Bartman, Glassnap, Hein. ,W 1'-ef "Assembly today!" This announcement has always been met with a welcome sigh. This year our programs have been many and varied. Among them were Mr. Michael. Klein, lecturing on "Self Pity"g "The Caval- cade ot Song" with tour men and a young laclyp a representative from the Humane Society in Milwaukee, and the Sophomore Talent Show represented by this informal shot. Page 81 Back row: Coach Hamann, Forrest, Bodway, K., Belling, Collins, Buss, Oehler, Spencer, Notaras, Hurling, Leonard, Kunstman, Young West, E., Garvey, King, Spangenberg, Gartz, Sylvester, Rettler, Wells, Coach Dillon, middle row: Rasmussen, Brockhaus, Sonkowsky Schuessler, Gloede, Temple, Cooper, Bodway, D., Iilek, Bethke, Moriarty, Olfson, Asman, Mauthe, Dashnerg front row: Hammond, Kienit: Coenen, Mitchler, Stumpf, Unmuth, Landis, VanDraselc, Liethen, Brandt, Bauer. ' THE GAMES THE THING The completion of the l948 football season found Appleton resting in fourth place. Sparlced by All- State fullback, Don Bodway, the comparatively small Terror squad came through the season surprisingly well. The Varsity got off to a good start by beating Menasha's Blue lays, 20 to 6. Next game saw Oshkosh tumble to defeat, 25 to 13. The A.H.S. Homecoming was spoiled by Green Bay West, who handed the Terrors their first defeat of the season, 640. The next home crowd saw Appleton roll over Sheboygan North to the tune of 20 to 6. Then the grid men traveled to East creating a tie game, 'Y to 7. The next game saw Fondy's co-champs ramble over us, 2l to 7. Manty ruined an otherwise good season by 21 points to Appleton's O in the season's final game. Don Bodway was chosen co-captain of the all-conference team, being chosen unanimously to the honor. He also received all-state honors. At a post-season dinner, Big Don was voted the most valuable player, and Fran Dashner and Tim Young were chosen co-captains of the following season. Last year's captains were Dick Rettler and Tom Cooper. t Collins, Gartz, Temple, Iilek, Mitchler, Kienitz get last minute instructions from Coach Hamann. A typical line up-back row: Bauer, Mauthe, D. Bodway, Young, front row: Olfson, Notaras, K. Bodway, Oehler, Belling, Buss, Cooper. Page 82 Bauer and Notaras try to stop Bouril of Manitowoc. SQBMN V 7 F A X, JL at Bodway charges through the opposing line. f7x'1'Wfy N The centers-Schuessler, Garvey, and Sylvester practice lining up. Again Bodway plunges through the line, Bauer is hot on the trail of Floyd Rathburn. Page 83 fx fffwiqqiq 4 Top lett, left to right-Ellen Connelly, Ieanne Schloss, Nancy Lee, seated, Margie Brewster, Barbara Cary, Myrt Brockman and Jackie Rislow at a soggy football game. Top left: Starting back field for the Menasha game--Cridelich, Bodway, Mauthe, Young. Center-Ivan Spangenberg is dropped after a small gain. Bottom left-Bill Brandt deflects a pass preventing a possible score. Bottom right-Blocking backs are Coenen, Hammond, Mauthe and Sonkowski. Page 84 "TO THE VICTOR BELONGS THE SPOILS" With an air of complete satis- faction and a feeling of a job well done, Bob Parnell, Iohn Kafura, and Ken Forrest rest in the team room. IQ, 1. X ' QS 0.4. "Hail to the conquering heroes-" the saying goes, and hail it is to the junior Terrors, who have come through the past season undefeated and untied in a six game schedule. Coached by Mr. Gus Ediger and Mr. Vernon Zimmerman, the team showed great spirit, promise, and hope for the coming seasons. Led by Tom Ertl the "B's" trampled Menasha 6 to O with Ertl making two touchdowns, but an offside penalty nul- lified one of them. Next in line for defeat by. the powerful juggernaut was Clinton- ville. They were bowled over to the tune of 13 to O. Green Bay East forfeited to the "B's" because of lack of manpower. But West was beaten 19 to 13. Kimberly also handed over a forfeit. A l2 to O win over Neenah wound up the season, with the lay Vees on top with a perfect record of 4 wins, no losses or ties. Back row: Coach Zimmerman, Hannemann, Locklin, Groth, Rector, Lopas, Robertson, Redlin, Thomack, Noffke, P., Shackleton, Noffke Gloede, Wolfgram, Coach Edigerg middle row: Clark, Neiland, Seiners, Lautenschlager, Cavanauqh, Thiel, Edwards, Roeder, Schultz .lahnl-re, Murphy: bottom row: Stein, Ertl, Schultz, D., Bartman, Pfefferle, Schwaller, Grosskopf, Zuelke, Harmon, Lewis, Coffey. Page 85 Back row: Coach Seims, Koeplce, E. West, McGee, Coach Thorsong middle row: Fielkow, Schuldes, Lemme, Dashner, Murphy Remke front row: Stumpt, Cooper, Detterding, Koehne, M. West. Kings of the "Upset" carry off the Coach after victory over Manitowoc. Page 86 UP AND COMING Appleton Appleton Appleton Appleton Appleton ...... Appleton ...... Appleton Appleton ...... Appleton ,..... Appleton ...... Appleton ...... Appleton ..,... A ppleton ...... Appleton Appleton ...... Appleton ...... Appleton ...... Appleton ...... SCOREBOARD Non conference 46 New London .... 38 Menasha ..... 47 Neenah . ..l. . 29 Wauwatosa ..... Conference 36 Fond du Lac ...... 38 Sheboygan North. . 29 Green Bay East. . . 45 Oshkosh ,........ 28 Sheboygan Central 56 Green Bay West. . 36 Manitowoc ....... 43 Fond du Lac ...... 48 Sheboygan North. . 30 Green Bay East. . . 60 Oshkosh ......... 44 Sheboygan Central 44 Green Bay West. . 53 Manitowoc. . . . . . With but four returning lettermen and a little time, Coach Myrlon Seims built up the 1949 Terror basketball squad into an imposing, top-ranking team. 1n the opening game of the season against New London, Lyle Lemme sparked the Seimsmen to a very impressive 46-21 victory, and it appeared the team was off to a wonderful start, but as fate would have it, Menasha squeaked by our defending con- ference champions 39-38, with lack Fielkow dumping in 13 points. While the Terrors lost 44-36 at Fond du Lac, again it was Fielkow with 13 pointsg and a loss was dealt by Sheboygan North as Tom Cooper dipped in 8 points to spark the attack. ln the last game of 1948, the team dropped a 41-29 decision at Green Bay East. During the vacation Neenah was soundly drubbed by an inspired Appleton quintet to the score of 47-28, with Cooper again starring while scoring 18 points. Then the boys fell victims to last year's championship Wauwatosa Five, 38-29. A formidable Appleton squad started the New Year right by dealing Qshkosh a bucket-brigade 45-39. Centra1's champions drubbed the Terrors 47-28. But Appleton promptly hit the victory trail against West, scoring 56 points to the Green Bay squad's 32. Gene West led the home team attack with 23 counters. Losing to Manitowoc 36-37 in a squeaker only strengthened the Terrors' desire to win, so they beat Fond du Lac 43-28. Rolling over Sheboygan North 48-30 was deemed a major accomplishment. This game saw the start of the upset streak which was to include, after a loss anchored by East 44-30, a point-making spree, 60-47, over Oshkosh. Then the giant Central Redmen traveled to our home floor, and Appleton suffered its second defeat to this year's conference champions. The Seimsmen then traveled to Green Bay West only to fall 53-44 under the jinx of the West floor. ln the final game of the 1948-49 season Appleton dropped a highly rated Manitowoc Five 53-42, to protect its undisputed triple crown of last year. This defeat knocked the Ships out of a first-place tie with Central and placarded Appleton as 'Kings of the Upset." Orv Koepke gets the tip on center jump in Appleton's first game against New London. Appleton players are left to right, Lyle Lemme, Tom Cooper, 1 im McGee, Koepke and Jack Fielkow. Page 87 Page 88 Left: Coach Seims gives the boys a pep talk before the New London game. Second: Fran Dashner is set to pass to I ack Fielkow for a probable basket. Third: Bob Murphy saves the ball from rival hands he revents the ball from going out of bounds. as p Bottom: lim McGee prepares to lend a helping hand essimistic. to Gene West, who looks very p Right top: Captain Tom Cooper appears to lie playing 1 " ' l k ' "keep-away from the stag line. Carl Stump oo son. t Middle: Gene West outjumps an opposing player to drop two points through the hoop. Bottom: Gene West takes a tip-off while "headless" lim McGee assists. Back row: Coach Thorson, Shackleton, Geenen, Sutherland, Coach Seimsg middle row: Thiel, Lambrect, Locklin, Rector, Fredericksp tront row: Groth, Mielke, Brandt, Nelson, West, Fast action as Bill Brandt tips in a rebound and Bob Rector sinks a bucket against North. SUCCESS STORY For the second time this season our junior Terrors have come through an athletic season as victors, With a 13 won, 5 lost record the "Bees" beat every basketball team at least once, exclud- ing Oshkosh. Our lay Vees disposed ot New London 46-21, Menasha 39-38, and Fond du Lac 42-22 before dropping a 41-40 decision to North after four overtimes. The bouncing bucketeers bounced back to take two games from East 29-16 and Neenah's entry 33-32. Then losses were dealt Oshkosh 29-27, and Central 27-24. The next game started a tive game winning streak by the B's trouncing West 40-29, Manito- woc 25-19, Fond du Lac 37-29, North, 38-29 and East 40-30. Then our "Bees" tumbled to defeat at the hands ot Oshkosh for the second time. The 1948-49 season ended with wins over West 43-29 and Central 42-31, and a loss to Manitowoc 41-31. ln a non-conference game with Wauwatosa, last year's state champions, the junior Terrors won a very impressive victory, 42-38. Page 89 Back row: Coach Kuemmerlein, Coach Hamann, Coach Babler, third row: Archer, Meyer, Stoeger, Thornton, Gloede, Bushman, Winsted Reider, co-captain McGee, Batley, Gambsky, Mclntyre, Hurling, Ziemer, Oehler, Hubbell, Groth, Kottend, Murphy, second row: Spreeman Redlin, Sievers, Holinbeck, Hollenback, Brockhaus, G. West, Moriarty, Sutherland, Shackleton, Locklin, Spencer, Rettler, lilek, Sonkowsky Cooper, Stumpf, Barlamentp first row: Unmuth, Mauthe, M. West, Bodway, Hoel, Notaras, co-captain Hussey, Podzilni, Boen, Spangenberg Temple, Brandt, Rammer, E. Miller, Dashner, Bethke, Kienitz, front: Shimek, Mitchell. WITH SPEED AND STAMINA With co-captains l im McGee and lack Hussey spearheading the attack, the Appleton High Track squad, hampered by a slow start had a comparatively good season. Although shut out at the Madison West relays, the Terror thin-clads displayed the power in depth attached to the squad by scoring a 62-5L to New London with only underclass men who haven't earned their l'A's" as yet. The Manitowoc meet was the decisive battle ot the season. Returning letterrnen from last year's championship squad are Fran Dashner in the broad jump, Bob Temple and Ivan Spangenberg in the dashes, McGee in the pole vault, Spyro Notaras in the shot-put, Hussey, Bob Koehne, lim Hoel, I im Thornton, Bob Murphy, Russ Podzilni and Tom Cooper in the distances. In the high jump are lim Boen, Gene Spencer, and Con Detterding. Some ot the outstanding first year men are Fred Stoeger in the mile, Ted Sutherland in the distances, and Bill Brandt in the shot put. In the high jump and pole vault the most promising man was Ronnie Locklin. Up and over goes Dave Mclntyre. Page 90 Back row: Coach Dillon, LaPlante, Rector, Ristau, Captain Stecker, Tornow, Heller, Parker, Helms: middle row: Lemons, Peters, Faas, Pel czynski, Haug, Garvey, Xistrisg front row: Nelson, Turkow, Stahl, Courchane, Missling, Mielke. Hx X is . . it , . tar Q lim Pelczynski and lim Rogers smash the ball over the net. ELEMENT DEFIERS Although hampered by a long, cold spring Coach Ade Dillon has composed the Appleton High tennis sguad of a number of ex- perienced lettermen and a few promising sophomores. The Terrors' co-captains this year were originally Gene Stecker and Stu Schaeter, but a shift of the Schaefer family to the East weakened the Terrors' chances considerably. Stecker promptly teamed with lerry Ristau and lim Rogers to comprise one of the best l-2-3 punches in the con- ference. With a depth of re- serves and experienced lettermen, Appleton's netters were rated as one of the top teams in the Valley. The Dillonmen suffered their first season's loss to Neenah, the N. E. W. conference champions, which possesses one of the top doubles teams in the state. But they promptly bounced back to take three matches out of four in one week, downing Green Bay West, Green Bay East and Me- nasha. The Dillonmen then con- tinued for a very successful season. Page 91 HSHUCKS, I MISSED" Taking a rest after bowling "perfect" games are standing: Peterson, Kasparek, Landusky, Roberts, Haertl, City Food, seated: N. Asman, Tornow, Rogers, Bruehl, Tonnell, Merkes, Pitz-Treiber. l Here's what a group ot "SOO" bowlers looks like. Standing: Asman, Kampo, Turk, Otto, Herb, Yellow Cab: seated: Laux, Biechler, J. Ertl, Franklin, Froelich, H. Ertl, Arcade. A 1 Waiting their chance at the alleys are stand- ing: De Bruin, Shackleton, Van Rooy, Blessing, Starks, Hupka lewelers: seated: Rohde, King, Derga, R. Miller, B. Miller, Unmuth. Page 92 Looking at the score sheet are standing Precourt, Courchane, Shebilske, Sternhagen Reider, Ponds: seated: Witthuhn, Courchane Roehl, E. Miller, Dairy Queen. MORNING BASKETEERS M ibove, top: A duo ot Coach Witzke's Saturday morning basketball teams, back ro urp y s Restaurant 5 composed ot Ebben, Lautenschlager, Redlin, and I h k ' l W: a n e, ront row, Kloes Service squad. Stoeger, Nelson, Hintz, Katura, Collins, Vandervelden. Above, lower: The championship Berggren Bros. quintet and, front row, lower bracket champs Dairy Queen, back row: Lemons, Weber, Peters, Turkow, Fredricks, Moriarity, Gloedeg front: Miller, Boen, Tornow, Rector, Archer, and Short. Bob Rector sei a new scoring record for one game when he hit 84 points against the Murphy tive. Right top: The Unmuth Drugs and Hupka leweler squads ended the season with very close won, lost records. Back row: Unmuth, Sonkowsky, Sylvester: center: Spangeriberg, Rosenbohm, Foate, Kuntsmang front row: Sholts, Barlament, Bethke, Mielke. Right third: Lutz Ice "5"g back row: Fahrenkrug, Hoel, Oltson, Kienitzg front row: Coenen and Belling. Right second: Two National Division squads, namely, Missling's and Personal Loan, back row: Schreiner, Mueller, Ellenbecker. Center: Drier, Hinz, Thomack, Missling, Thurkg front row: Pruno, Stecker, Stahl, Giesbers, Gloede. Riqht bottom: Coach Witzke and another ol his squads, Home Mutual, back row: Coach Witzke, Cotter, Shackleton, Wooden, tront row: Schroeder, Selig, Haug, Clark. Below left: Runner- , , . , g scorer in either league, Asman, S. Koenke, K. Bodway, Van Drasek Below top. Two lower bracket National Division squads' back row ld l Ph t up Pond Sports cagers: B. Koehnke Winsted D Bodway the leadin , : ea o o cons'st- ing of Mumme, Lewis Sternagle, Dorshner, Osenroth and Sutherland, front row: the Schabo Fuel entry, Greinert, Hurling, Thornton, Rogers, Gartz, D. Schumacker, K. Schumacker Below right: Eagle Insulation and Highland Memorial park squads, top rowi Temple, Hannemann, Ristau, Hammond, Brandt, the American League's high scorer, bottom row: Gallaher, Podzilni, Notaras, Landis, Reinke, Locklin, Oehler. Page 93 UP-SA-DAISY! Tumbling Club meets every Monday in the small gym. Back row: Garicke, Turkow, Bleck, front row: Krause, Keating, Van Rooy. Making a human pyramid, one of the many such con- structions, are, front row: Temple, Neuman, Cyrt- musp second row: Stein, Rhodes, Herb: third row: Millberg, Helms and the top is Wisneski. Doing the Agility of the body is stressed. Performing here doing head stands are: Hollenbeck, Peotter, Rogers. Standing behind is Cyrtmus. An important feature of the club's activities is the performance between halves at the basketball games. Back row: Marske, McGee, limos, front row: Warner, Schiefen, Steinberg. handsprings on the sides are Rogers, left and Brouil- lard, right. Page 94 Performing on the rings is lohn Anholzer. Marske, Schieten, Krause, and Turkow practice backbends. WITH PERFECT AIM Schuessler, Rettler, Boen, and Spencer rest after a Standing: Coach Black, Schwandt, Cyrtrnus, Nygren, Koehler, Faasg kneeling: Fisher, Mioskowski, Bohnsack, are praised for a bull's eye. hard workout. When the balmy breezes begin to blow and spring is knocking at the front door, the AHS archers, generally called Robin l-lood's ldealizers, begin to polish their bows and arrows. Either in the school's athletic fields or in their own back yards they practice hitting the bull's eyes and bettering the technical attributes ot a good archer. Headed by their supervisor, Coach David Black, these ambitious people enjoy the out-of- doors as well as the satisfaction of irn- proving their skill in an interesting sport. Page 95 PIN UP-SETTERS There are two girls' bowling leagues, the Tuesday night league and the Wednesday night league. Here are back row: Scharmann, Mueller, Livingston, Luedtke, Mollineau, M. Heimermanng front row: Wilz, Cleereman, Miller, Unmuth. Bowling techniques and skills are improved. Back row are Iosephs, Collipp, Schiltz, Mader, limos: front row: Pahr, West, D. Heimermann, Madison, Nichols, Timmers. This bowling is done for amusement only: there are ' no awards given. Back row: Nehls, Lecker, Werner, Rehbeing front row: Fisher, Woldt, Bohnsack, De Roche, Droes, Hauser. Page 96 The girls are taught to keep their own scores and averages. In the front row are, Potter, Post, Nutting, Backes, Reimer, back row: Koerner, Rankin, Nickasch, S. Smith, Ort. Bowling rules are drawn up and strictly followed Back row are Berger, Laux, Schoettler, Schneider Hoffman, Kasten, Schnesep front row: Krause, Radtke Westphal, Schroeder, Mollet, C. Smith. The bowling is done at the Arcade alleys, and the regular fees are paid. Back row: Sternhagen, Kuhn Brier, Van Hoof, De Leist, Lindy front row: De Groot Ziegler, Blick, Witzke, Charles. Chummy wrestlers are Mike Hammond and Bob Bethke in a match between the halves of a basketball game. A chin-up is skillfully performed by Eugene Stecker Coach Black helpfully en- courages lohn Anholzer in a difficult head stand on a parallel bar. Referee Bob Temple should step in to help either Wayne Ellis gr Dick Rad- o . GRUNTS AND GROANS lack Fielkow is wondering which one's going to get that ball, Orv Koepke or Bob Murphy. Page 97 AROUND AND ABOUT Top Row, left: Marion Starks in the process of making a ring-Right: ln a different part of the art department, we see another phase ot art work. Center Row: From the victorious grin on lohn Landis' face, it looks as though he has solved a math problem. lim Belling and Steve Darling work out another. A scene from Miss Duling's fourth year math classe-such studious lads! Bottom row: The groping hand! ! ! ! Page 98 'i DUR PRIDE AND JOY Page 100 Robert Hubbell FLAG RAISERS Elected by the senior class on the basis of good conduct, character, and citizenship, Stuart Cfallaher and lacque- lyn Sorenson were chosen to fulfil this post. The position of flag raiser is held only by outstanding seniors, and the people chosen are respected by the student body. lacquelyn has been ac- tive in Curtain Call production, while Stuart has been in forensics, lournalism, and the Student Council. CRAFTSMANSHIP SHIELI Robert Hubbell was chosen to receive the Craftsmanship Shield as the out- standing senior. He was elected by a faculty vote as the senior who best exemplifies high scholarship, leader- ship, character, and service. His ac- tivities in high school have been many and varied. Throughout his high school career he has participated in many forensic activities such as debate, ora- tory, and declamation. He had leading roles in several plays and was a member of Curtain Call, acting as president when he was a senior. He was a mem- ber of the Clarion staff for three years, serving as co-editor his senior year. He was also a member of Quill and Scroll, the student Council, and a delegate to Badger Boys' State. T 1 l lacquelyn Sorenson, Stuart Gallaher Back Row: Defferding, Gallaher, Boettcher, Playman, Casper, Maesch, Bellingp second row: Hubbell, Ballard, Buchman, lacobson, Stammer, Reinkey front row: Darling, Heller, Bunks, Starks, Wassenberg, Les Reinke, Ginger Starks, Steve Darling, and Lynn Casper are enjoying themselves at the annual tea held after the formal induction. NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY The members of the National Honor Society are chosen from the upper fourth ot the graduating class by a secret vote of the faculty. The considerations tor election are scholarship, leadership, character, and service. At the annual induction on March 28, Mr. E. A. Boettcher presented the inspirational talk. Alter the initiation the new mem- bers and their parents were honored at a tea in the early American room. Stu Gallaher is signing his name to the National Honor Society membership book. Page 101 Lester Reinke A A.U.W. SCHOLARSHIP The American Association ot Uni- versity Women gives a S200 scholar- ship to Lawrence College to an out- standing senior girl. The award this year goes to Mary Ann fGingerl Starks. This selection 'is determined on the basis of all-around student qualities of leadership, service, and potential success. Ginger, in her high school career, has excelled in scholarship and has been outstanding in Curtain Call and dramatic work. Page 102 IACETTE SCHOLARSHIP The lunior Chamber ot Commerce Auxiliary this year awards a S200 scholarship to an outstanding senior, namely Lester Reinke. Lester, in his three years at Appleton High School has done an unusual job. This is very apparent because ot his high scholastic standing and his service in the athletic tield. He became interested in basket- ball and acted as assistant manager and manager. Mary Ann lGingerJ Starks SPECTOR SCHOLARSHIP Mr. Nathan Spector awards each year to a capable and conscientious senior a SSO scholarship to Lawrence College. This year the award is given to Patricia Wassenberg. Pat has been active in the field of debate, being on the A squad in her junior and senior years. She has also entered into other forensic activities such as radio play- ers, extempore and Curtain Call. Pat has done a great deal of work also in the Latin Club. Patricia Wassenberg SPECTOR TROPHY The Spector Trophy, presented each year to a sophomore who ex- cels in scholarship, character, and service, goes this year to Richard Groth. Dick, in his first year at Appleton High School, has been very active in athletics. He was one of the spark plugs ot the Terror Basketball B-Squad. He has also been interested in track events and maintained a worthy position on the B squad football team. His scholarship has also been among the highest. Stephen Darling VETERANS OF FOREIGN WARS AWARD This year the Veterans of Foreign Wars are giving a S50 Savings Bond to a senior who has demonstrated all the comprehensive attitudes of good citizenship. The award has been given to Stephen Darling. Steve's ability to get along with other students and his eagerness to accept responsibility as well as the creative ability he showed made him an outstanding example for the award. Page 103 Carol Ballard SCIENCE AWARD The science award given each year by Bausch and Lomb to the exceptional student who has done research in science far beyond the assigned work has been given to Stephen Darling. Steve has made a definite study of rocket jets and the theory of jet propulsion. He has also served untiringly as the president of the Visual Aids Club, and has been on call at any time to assist with any audio-visual aid. His creative mind as well as his vaulting ambition has served to make him outstanding in the field of scientific research. y GERMAN AWARI Each year one Appleton High School senior German student has the honor of having his name in- scribed on the German Club Plague. Carol Ballard was elected by the club as the person who has contributed most to its progress this year. Carol has served as president of the organization with a great deal of consistency and has participated in many organizations including the T alisman. For excellence in Latin and consistent outstanding work": these are the qualifications for the award given each year by Eta Sigma Phi, the national honorary classical language fraternity of Lawrence College, to a senior who does unusual work in the field of Latin. Lynn Casper, be- cause of her exceptional, consistent effort to do her best, has won this year's award. Lynn has been in many or- ganizations, and besides maintaining a high scholarship, she has been elected as co-consul of the Latin Club and co-editor of the T alisman. Page 104 Lynn Casper D.A. R. AWARD Each year a senior girl is chosen for election for the Good Citizenship Pilgrimage sponsored by the Daughters of the American Revolution. Eldora Ballard is this year's winner, who was chosen tor ner fine citizenship by a vote ot the senior class. She has been active in many clubs and worked on the Talisman, which she served as co-editor during her senior year. . L K , ELKS' CITIZENSHIP AWARD Carla Heller is the winner ot the 1949 Elks' Citizenship Award. There are two parts to this contestp first the candidates take a written ex- amination on the Constitution, and then the six highest scorers submit to an oral test. The winner receives an award ot SEIOO and a chance to participate in the state contest. Carla has been very active in many organizations including Curtain Call, Nature Club, Latin Club, Library Staff, and Radio Players. Eldora Ballard Carla Heller ELKS' CLUB SCHOLARSHIP The Elks' Club ot Appleton presents each year a scholar- ship to a worthy senior boy who plans to attend Lawrence College. Conley Detierding is this year's worthy winner, whose freshman tuition and tees will be defrayed by the scholarship. The recipient of this award must have been outstanding in scholarship, participated extensively in extra-curriculars, and proved ot service to the school. Conley has been very active in athletics and has main- tained one ot the highest scholarship averages besides contributing much to many organizations. Conley Defferding Page 105 AMERICAN LEGION ATHLETIC AWARD Thomas Cooper was chosen to receive the 1949 American Legion Athletic Award. Each year the Oney lohnston Post of the American Legion gives an athletic scholarship medal to a senior boy who has been noted for athletic participation, high schol- arship, and leadership. Tom has won eight letters through his work in basketball, football, and track. He was also co-captain of the football team and Thomas Cooper Cleone Krause MARX AWARD The boys' Marx Intramural Athletic Award is presented this year to David Mclntyre. Dave, because ot his intense interest in all sports, particularly track, Saturday morning basketball, and tumbling, deserves this award for athletic appreciation as well as par- ticipation. Page 106 captain of the basketball team this year. MARX AWARD Cleone Krause is the recipient of the girls' Marx Intramural Athletic Award. Cleone's fine work in intramurals, her support ot the G.A.A. and the noon-hour leagues have been most outstanding. The selection of the person to receive this honor depends not only on able participation but also upon evidence of good sportsmanship. David McIntyre Marjorie Benson, Ellen Connelly. f BADGER GIRLS' STATE Seven junior boys and two junior girls were elected to attend the 1949 session of Badger Boys' and Girls' State. For eight days the boys will meet at Ripon and girls at Madison. The purpose ot these annual sessions which are sponsored by the American Legion is to further good citizenship and to train leaders for the tuture. A regular government is set up as a 49th State. The students make signs and campaign for the people nominated to various offices. lt is an absorbing and rewarding ex- perience, for it gives all those attending a more complete knowledge ot our Democracy in action. BADGER BOYS' STATE Standing: Moriarty, Spangenberg, Sonkowskyg seated: Lemons, Barlament, Stumpf. fHammond was absent.l Page 107 SPONSORS This year we are again privileged to present this list ot business an has made possible the publication of our book. ACCOUNTANTS AWNINGS Carl I. Becher Appleton Awning Shop E. A. Dettman Sz Co. Wilbur H. I-Iaass BAKERIES Schenck CSI Lockwood ARCHITECTS Maurey Lee Allen Raymond N. Le Vee Associates and AUTOMOTIVE DEALERS, SERVICE, AND SUPPLY Appleton Motor Co. Automotive Supply Co., Inc. Bee Line Frame and Axle Service F red's Tire Shop Gibson Co., Inc. Kloehn and Moder Sales Service W. P. Laehn Buick Co. Motor Service Nash Co. Pierce Auto Body Works Ray's Tire Shop Rector Motor Co. Schreiter's Auto Supply Co. Sharp Auto Body Works Sherry Motors Tri-City Motors, Inc. Tusler Motor Co. Wisconsin Auto Wrecking Co. Zeh Motor Sales Bestler Bakery Elm Tree Baking Co. G'funderson's Mrs. Hamilton s Kitchen I-lottmann's Puritan Bakery Ieske's Bakery Laux's Service Bakery Mandertield's Home Bakery Tastee Bakery BANKS Appleton State Bank First National Bank of Apple- ton Outagamie County Bank BARBER SHOPS Uptown Barber Shop BEAUTY SHOPS Buetow's Beauty Shop Irene Gertz's Beauty Shop BOOK STORES Conkey's Book Store The pep band blows off steam for all the football and basketball games. Under the direction ot Dick Radlott these volunteers put in many extra hours. Page 108 d professional men whose generosity BOWLING Arcade Bowling Alleys CAB COMPANIES Appleton Yellow Cab Co., Inc. CANDY SHOPS BoWlby's Candies Marie E. Doertler's Confec- tionery CANNING COMPANIES Stokely Foods, Inc. CHIROPODISTS Foot Health Clinic CHIROPRACTORS Leo I. Murphy CIVIC AND FRATERNAI.. OR- GANIZATIONS Appleton Chamber ot Com- merce Appleton Woman' s Club Knights ot Pythias, Appleton Lodge No. ll3 Konemic Lodge No. 47, I.0.0.F. Propeller Club U.C.T. Y.M.C.A. Brave sophomores Delores Ellenbecker and Ruth Ann Gebert dissect a helpless frog in biology class. CLEANERS AND LAUNDRIES Badger Pantorium Iohnson's Cleaners 81 Dyers People's Laundry Sz Ayr-mor Cleaners Rechner's Cleaners Peerless Laundry CLOTHING FOR CHILDREN Cary's Children's Store CLOTHING FOR MEN Behnke's, Inc. Brauer's Clothes Ferron's Kobussen's Clothing Store Matt Schmidt 81 Son Co. Thiede Good Clothes, Inc. Wonder Clothes Ioseph Williams CLOTHING FOR WOMEN Fashion Shop, lnc. Hesson's Miller's Dress Shop Porter's Feminine Apparel Robinhood Dress Shop United Cloak Shop CONDENSERIES ' Western Condensing Co. CONSTRUCTION CONTRACTORS Concrete Pipe Corporation Charles A. Green Sz Son, Inc. Fred Hoeppner and Sons Palisades Construction Co. H. Schabo 81 Son Vagey Ready Mixed Concrete o. DAIRY PRODUCTS Appleton Pure Milk Co., Inc. Fairmont's Food Co. Gordon Ice Cream Co. SPONSORS DENTISTS FLORISTS Friend Appleton Floral Iunction Friend Greenhouse Friend Memorial Drive Greenhouse Friend Riverside Greenhouse Friend Sunnyside Floral Co. Friend Fiend FRUIT coMPAN1Es riend Friend Wisconsin Distributing Co. Friend Friend F . FUEL AND ICE riend DEPARTMENT STORES Campbell Stores Geenen's Dry Goods Co. Gloudemans 81 Gage, Inc. Montgomery Ward 81 Co. North Side Dry Goods I. C. Penney Co. H. C. Prange Co. Sears, Roebuck, Sz Co. DRUG STORES Belling Prescription Drug Ford Hopkins Co. Schlintz Brothers Co. Unmuth's Drug Store Voigt's Drug Store ELECTRICAL APPLIANCES Finkle Electric Shop Home Appliance Co. Langstadt's, Inc. ENGINEERS Crane Engineering Sales, Inc. Harry Koller FINANCE COMPANIES People's Loan Sz Finance Co. FIVE AND TEN CENT STORES Ben Franklin F. W. Woolworth Co. S. S. Kresge Co. Balliet Supply Co. Haug Fuel and Supply Co. I . P. Laux and Sons Fuel Co Lutz Ice Co. Marston Bros. FUNERAL HOMES Valley Funeral Home Wichmann's Funeral Home FURRIERS Krieck Furs, Inc. FURNITURE AND INTERIOR DECORATING Brettschneider's Furniture Co Wichmann Furniture Co. Ellenbecker Furniture GIFT SHOPS Treasure Box Gift Shop GROCERS Andy's Grocery Geenen's Food Market Hietpas Keenway Kluge Grocery Marx Grocery O.K. Food. Market Ouella's Food Market Superior Food Market GROCERS CWHOLESALEJ S. C. Shannon Co. Page 109 HARDWARE Economy Spot Schlafer's, Inc. HAT SHOP Vogue Hat Shop HEATING, PLUMBING, AIR CONDITIONING Badger Furnace Co. W. S. Patterson Co. Tschank Sz Christensen August Winter 51 Sons Co. HOTELS Hotel Appleton Hotel Conway INSURANCE Aid Association For Lutherans Conkey-Morrissey Agency Home Mutual Insurance Co. C. H. Hueseman, Ir. Dave Iacobson Agency Ioseph Koffend Sz Son William I. Konrad, Ir. Lee G. Lurie E. H. Manning Carl A. Sherry Daniel P. Steinberg SPONSORS I ohn Trautmann George R. Wettengel Edward Vaughn INVESTMENTS Wayne Hummer 81 Co. B. M. Mulvaney 81 Co. I EWELERS Goodman's Marx Pitz Sz Treiber, Inc. Spector's Iewelers Eugene Wald KNITTING MILLS Fox River Valley Knitting Co. Weber Knitting Mills, Inc. Zwicker Knitting Mills LAWYERS Sarto Balliet Benton, Bosser, Becker Sr Parnell Bradford, Derber, Gabert Gordon A. Bubolz Edward I . Byrne Mark Catlin, Ir. K. S. Dickinson W. I . Geenen Edwin S. Godfrey George F. Hannagan Harry P. Hoeffel Sydney S. I acobson Iames R. Ioyce H. H. Pelkey Sigman Sz Sigman Ioseph Witmer LUMBER Fraser Lumber Sr Mfg. Co. Knoke Lumber Co. Lieber Lumber St Millwork Co. MANUFACTURERS Advance Car Mover Co. Appleton Iuvenile Furniture Co. Appleton Machine Co. Appleton Manufacturing Co. Appleton Wire Works, Inc. Appleton Wood Products Co. Badger Plug Co. Eagle Manufacturing Co. Fox River Boiler Works Iohn Heinzkill Soap Manu- facturers Ioseph I . Plank Sz Co. Scolding Locks Corp. Standard Manufacturing Co. Valley Iron Works Co. Valley Power Tools, Inc. With shining smile Lynn Casper accepts a journalistic trophy on behalf ot the T ulismon from Mr. Helble. Page 110 As the eager faces of Steve Darling, Bill Peters, and Ierome Brouillard watch in wonderment, Mr. Pribnow demonstrates how pressure can produce heat with the ice experiment. MEAT MARKETS Hoptensperger Meat Market Kronberg's Market G. A. Lemke METAL WORKS Heinritz Sheet Metal Works MUSICAL EQUIPMENT Bieritz Farr's Melody Shop Max F. Koletzke Meyer-Seeger Music Co. NOVELTY COMPANY Tanco Novelty Co. OFFICE AND SCHOOL SUPPLIES General Office Supply Co. E. W. Shannon Smith's School Supply Sylvester and Nielsen, Inc. OFFICIALS CCITY AND COUNTYJ Appleton Board ot Education Outagamie County Officers Assn. Robert L. Roemer OIL DISTRIBUTORS Appleton Co-operative Assn. Buth Oil Co. Fox Oil and Gas Ierry's Skelly Service Schmidt's Super Service Wilton's Service Station OPTICAL SUPPLIES Riggs Optical Co. Uhlemann Optical Co. OPTOMETRISTS Drs. Keller 61 Keller SPONSORS ORCHESTRA Harold Ferron ORNAMENTAL IRON WORKS Kools Brothers, Inc. OSTEOPATHIC PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON Dr. R. B. Hammond PAINT COMPANIES Sherwin Williams Paints Sindahl Paint Co. PAINTING CSPRAYD Van Hoot 61 Fuhrmann Co PAPER DEALERS IWHOLE- SALED Universal Paper Co. Woelz Brothers, Inc. PAPER MANUFACTURERS Appleton Coated Paper Co. Combined Locks Paper Co. Fox River Paper Corp. Kimberly-Clark Corp. Riverside Paper Corp. Tuttle Press Co. PET STORE Krull's Pet and Seed Store PHOTOGRAPHIC SUPPLIES Appleton Camera Supply Ideal Photo, Inc. PHOTOGRAPHERS Avenue Photographers E. H. Harwood Studio Ioel's Portrait Studio Koch Photo Shop Thomas Mullen F. I . Pechman Studio Sahli Portrait Studio Walter's Studio PHYSICIANS AND SURGEONS. Appleton Eye, Ear, Nose :Sr Throat Clinic Dr. W. E. Archer I Dr. Ioseph L. Benton Bolton SI Mielke Clinic Dr. Guy W . Carlson Dr. George French Dr. Walter Gittin Dr. William I . Harrington Dr. Marvin Kagen Dr. Stephen A. Konz Dr, E. N. Krueger Dr. I . Laird Drs. MacLaren, Gallaher, Sr Landis Dr. E. F. McGrath Dr. Carl D. Neidhold Dr. Rankin Dr. M. E. Swanton Dr. L. P. Williams PRINTERS AND PUBLISHERS Appleton Post-Crescent Badger Printing Co. Petersen Press Progress Printing RADIO STATION W.H.B.Y. RADIOS AND APPLIANCES Radio Shop Music Box REAL ESTATE Carroll 81 Carrol Carl Zuelzke RESTAURANTS AND TEA ROOMS Bungalow Lunch Candle Glow Tea Room Copper Kettle Dewey's Lunch Kipp's Lunch Murphy's Restaurant La Villa Restaurant Page Ill RESTAURANTS AND TEA ROOMS fContd.j Nygren's Restaurant Olympic Sandwich Shop Prokash Restaurant Snider's Restaurant Ridge Point Supper Club Steak CSI Shake Restaurant Sugar Bowl Tesch's ROOFING, SIDING AND INSULATION System Roofing and Siding Co. RUGS Yonan Sz Sons, Inc. SCHOOL Lawrence College Of Wis- consin SHOES Big Shoe Store Bohl and Maeser, Inc. French Slipper Shop Heckert Shoe Co. 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