Appleton High School - Clarion Yearbook (Appleton, WI)

 - Class of 1951

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Uber: X306 Sew SAO n W With Blood, Sweat, and Tears The above quotation is dehnitely not an understatement For the publication of the Clarion is no small taslc Just asle Martha Schubert or David Mclntyre the co editors They have the job ol planning and overseeing the melting ol our yearboolc Miss Annabelle Wolf is the laculty adviser Joan Silliman heads the organizations statl Their rob is to get pictures and information about the various clubs at AHS and transfer them to the pages ol the Clarzon Janet Silliman is in charge ol the events reporters l'ler stall covers declamation and oratory contests plays and the operetta and lyceums and assembly programs At any school Function be it baslcetball game dance or just a plain class, behrnd the popping llashbulbs will be found Gene Courtois l-larry Clarlc or Diclc Rosensweig Clarion photographers The boys develop and print their own pictures also Sports events are important in AHS student life and these activities are covered thoroughly by the Clarion sports stall headed by David Mclntyre Edith Dybus manages the classes Stall Ann perschbacher, the administration sectioni and Elean Sally Van Ryzin the indexing. .lean Crane supervises the art worlc. 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I xl Q W 9 I el ll I X . , T49 xl u . or Kiefer and Page 4 Standing Marslce Boettcher Callebe Cooney Hemrntz Becher Seated Ernst Campshure Balza Stelfens Beusch Standing Godfrey Mass Plowrnght McGee Seated Russell Adam: FII'l8l'lCI8l BGIBHCCYS The hnancnng and successful publlcatlon ot the Clarion s done by a stall under the guldance ol Mass Ellzabeth Plowrlght laculty adviser The job ol the members of the Clarzon business staff ns to lceep records Fund new sponsors, sell subscrlptlons pass out Clarzons, and other duties Membership on the stall IS gained when a student has ac quired ten sponsorships The students approach the buslness men and townspeople to support the bool: Thus years stall consnsts ol hlteen members who meet every Tuesday The co sponsorship managers thus year are Carol McGee and Helen Godfrey They assign names to be solicited, checlc on responses of each member, conduct all meetungs and record and sell all sponsorshnps The subscription manager, Nancy Russell, takes subscriptions from teachers and students who are not In the hnance plan and also supervlses clrculatuon of the year boolc May Adams, the busnness manager lceeps a record of all business transactions and lceeps complete double ledger ol all recenpts and expenditures May Adam: Nancy Russell and Carol McGee check the books and the hles ll 'l XA lb K PW' 2 ig ...4 44 is 1-2' 05 iii Page 5 L ,O ll , T all 1 I I h I I - - I ' I I I I ' ' cs L v , V ,XQNXJ , l 2 -1 1 'W 1 , I -,. A W I 44 A 'S' 'N I yl l I Ulf' 4 , f ' 9 1 l. - ,f X 3, 1 . , . . . 'l zj? 1, 'I V I I I ' I 1 - V 9 Q Ns., 'w x 1. N' , 5 ' 4 n u ' R1 XXX' lr ' 'Q 1'i,,QJ , y , . , . I clgt '29, I A , . . . . I -L 4113-E, 1 , . - , wi I , iii , ' . . . , 1 ' . ' 1, K I I ' ' I ug? Q I, " f. l 1 l 1 'tb '-t ! ,, Z , '. . s I 'T -2 - ,uf D? , . . f ' -f,.-- - - -" ', . . ' l D ' L - + -- 5' t . 9- " - -" i'- i V I . , I S Table of Contents Soplwomores ......... 7 Juniors . . . '13 Seniors . . 19 Faculty . . 41 Qrganizations . . 47 Events . . . 69 Athletics . . 81 l-lonors . . 97 Index . . . . 'IO3 Sponsors ......,... 'IO8 Q E x CQ X rx gxg 'X' Y, 5 X 3 X W Ig ks Q ,Lb skis A X5 x N 'A X iii? is 1 'is p Q ll 'Q 5 N g' E il H-X ll ' li X u Xi X- XkH,tXr - x l Q X XC 'ik ' gi is is sg iii? Page 6 X x XX' xg' kv 'f . 4 saw X . X X he X X NX Pfsifl. RQ Egififx wh? 'qrvixixv ref X , KS.: Y x I X , Nik X - 'x9nf Q Xe s i ini -o N so X K X ni is 's' Xb'-in r . 'Q X ,wsfg ,N -TfX Q ss' X ,' X Q Sensi N- QNXX no 5 Q 'QGMSQLQQNQ-xX.:'zx-1 ' -Vs JERRY rY'RNE- S 5 XM' I xi ,N gif som-loMoREs 1 'RV7Q?QZd ftcameifmai ci km mf dcwnfjfmai a mem xv , JL cw wi daphlei am 4Zep4 fha gem. Q Q, X, X I Page 7 9 PG' dit! 1' Page 8 B Abendroth Ahrens M Albrecht L Allard Allen N Allen l Anderson C Andrews Ar t Arnold Arnoldussen Bdlef Bartz Becker M Behrenk M Benson S Berisbelcen D Beyer H Beyersdorl l Buss ng J Blanlrenburg T Blum M Bogen gs. I 1 I, Bolduan Bonnev Ile M Bosser J Botlrvr Brandl A Brasch rPl!er1Sf Brounllard N Brourllard Buesmq Bunlcleman C Busch Bush uss Buxton N Caesar Celuebe M Call J Camobell S Campshure M Cavanaugh D Chrlsten M Chuchel 015 IAAA I :O rv- K . all flarlr Cl sh floalr Cohen Cor Collwnq M Cooper R Cotter Crowe Curlrs Daclwelet Daellce Dalke Davns DeBrunn Defferdlng M Defferdmg DZGUIVZ J Deland Derby Derlrs Drednch Dlefmelef -N! xl 'Sn rw '24 pn I C- Dnetz Doeplrer Do rfler Dohr Dorschn Douqlas M Dr vr R Duhnlre FZ: Dullea Du Ebben N Ehrnkz Euchxnge G Evsch Eusch lflsch Elrern s A Elsner Emmel C Ernst C Fellner Flscher 8 I I ,. 45 'al ' l J 1 l,, nv H. P.. - 4. - 7 , ' . J, 5 ' ' J. I J " p I " ' ' R l 1' Jw 5 'If Rn '-J' P - T :JJ - Q P veg. I I wvi U 4 -1? 1' 2 ' o ag' R g , . A . M C. f 'J '- L ' v ' x P' A ' . ' A P V T, ' A f X ' I' f .fl , - X , - M f -: .. M- ., 1. l? 8, P , M - - P. I N W Q, ,, V w ,V 1 J, V . V, . -. . T fl , 1 I h I l . N ' r 1 'P P' , , N , J. 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' - Q . , J .F , I I N I If ex Fscher Pusher Oat O52 M Folh T Founla W Frasl ng R Frank Froehllch Gas! Gee 4 s Geenen Geenen f' Gengler Glaser J Goehler Goemans .a fv- Goodman Grangaard J Greer Grcrner A Gresl 4 F A Grnesbach Grresbach 9 .A 'I nor' 'GW Ira W.. Lxrosskorf broth Owner Gullexon but r Gvq' Ps Hahn Ro Hahn M Hammer Hardt Hartjes Hartman Havel Hayes Heenan Helmerman Henmmer mann C Henmmer mann D Henmmer mann G Hummer mann M Hem R Hexnnlz J Helem Je Herb 0 I 1 .1 N L H 9Htas F M Hoe sch Hoffman Hoffmann M Hoffmann J Hoh Henle Hollenback Holtz Homck C Hopfens pergel G Hopfens perger Hopfens perger Howe Hughes Huth A Jahnlre P Jahnlre Jennzman V Jesse Johnson Johnson .4 'RQ A gi 3 A -of ,Q J Jorg nson W K1hler Kant Kaoocll S Kel rr Kellnrr G Klzlfias Knnney Kinney P K lr G Kloehn Kluball Knapp Koehn C Kohl Koh Koh N Konntzer Konz Kools Kools E Korlh A Kosvlzke l LAI Page 9 ' . 4 K . 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CJ Lnppert 5 K Locke Lorenz A Luebke M Luebke J Luepke ulz Mackrn Mars Magnus R Maleuka W Mannebach Y Mauel Maurer McCann McEathron McElroy McGlnnns McGowan Mclntyre McLau5hlrn Meldam Meyer Meyer - 5 I' J .sq vs -42 A Muller Muller F Muller Muller Muller Muller Mitchell Mltchler Monday Monyette Mueller Mueller Mueller Muenster Myers Myse Nabbefeld Nadel Nagreen Navarrete Neldhold J Neuman Nrenhaus Nrenke gli ,lc A fr Al 52 lg . I Norman Nowak Nussbaum Nutllng Oakley Oberg Obermeler O Brlan Odegard S Ogard Ohman Olson M Olson J Ono R Ono G Paddleford G Palmbach Pankratz Parker Parker Parker Parnell J Patterson M Peotker l- - . 7: '77 v -s. 5. ,, . ,, as. l, D. f - . H ' I j D - V D. ' 1 N L. I ' W ' 2 A . 1-f K , L" 'Q 41' ., . ' ". . 'ff -- J G. . , P. T ,, Ye ' s f ff' U ' r 4 ff, .1 V I 'fl I X rl 'Z 'C " li ,C R. :Q ,-. . fl N. . H, , sz. Q ' '- 1 re . J ' f , 5 . T. - 'ff . L 5' .J R. - T 6- J J. ' 1 -.mf N " W " rn' -J ! I, A H . ,A .ss J. ll ',4 J.L ,AEA L J. 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Wuchmen Wrllrams Wllllamson Wm Wnttwer Yentz Young Zeegers Zeegers anv- Zehren Zeiss Zlmmefmdn Zuelzlre J 'af 2-S- OTHER JUNICDRS Bork Hager Musslmg Polrslcy Rrslow D Rohm W Schn'-:dt K Selug A Shllcrat Page 17 . lc g 4, . , ,.. ., - L. a T Q Q : D. N e'- D. ' 5 v E. - ,' . . , A ln - . l 1-., 5 l I 7.94. . F1 ' A 6 . .. J f v ' S 1, " " 'z .Q . . . In n , . 11? i A. qw Q ' ex . xr A lt f. . ,Q . C- I N A 49 I v 4. ' - - li R R i R. W .- J. 0 f , , 'J . rs " .1 ,, f 5 I 4 I L. R. D, Q 'H F w .Q J Q vu D. X v r R. M B. .. 5 'J' 'W I., Q ' 5 'Iii A fl? . D. ' D. , - if -e M : 1: . . ' , A J '5 fe G. " 'R 9 T T' +692 "' ' I H A .5 , f . ff' 14. ' -N 1: ' S' R ' X - Q 2 . . .. . R - . 4 ' E. gwg xo' " - rv QL ' A X.. 5 AX 'v . . i U 5 . L A We J. lg . ' "' A - . V A G. . .- 5 . ' f y -f Q C " 7 , . M. -: K: C4 A 4 z 4 C Q 4, . 9 7. ' f ., .L 1 x fg gn D. S. . ' Ff ' "' P. W ' ' Il' D. . J. R. ' I F- - ' V . V' , 3- - .2 T S' , . ' . - 1 7 X J V .L J. . SA 4 N ,Q . . r- ay , 4 F. ' ' " . 1 , - f -Y Q f r I fl f . R. f ,, ' f .. s. Q ., - ' U ' r sz. - , s. - -' 4 - ' 1 -.Q -135 2 .4 1 If x A Q' , - P Q 4 2 KLE F if .Q iv i m W . . , , A 23, , 'QQ 'bu ,Q 1 'ff' Z vi I , nvvun 4 za' .Q '- . 'ig Qyy, 'I t,t5v '5,3',4 A -an 'Mt 9 I ' SENIORS 4Zh4Z mJZqmnmnem 7aZhe4emcwaZaA4mZheZa4Z14J!Syem. Page 19 4 i Q ADAM! ALFERI ALLEN ALTON AYERS BALZA MAY ADAMI: Clarion Q, 3, business manager 4, Curtain Call Production 3, 4, Latin Club Q . . . ROBERT ALFERI: Entered from St. Mary's, Menasha 4 . . . LOA ALLEN: General Course Pl-lYLLlS ALTON: Operetta 4, Student Council 4 . . . JOHN AYERS: Latin Club Q . . . MARY BALZA: Clarion 3, 4. BARTMAN BATLEY JOSEPH BARTMAN: Archery Club 4, BAURAIN: Nature Club 3. ROBERT BECKER: General Course . . . Council Q, 3, 4, Talisman Q . . . LOUIS lbx iz i BAURAIN BECKER BEELEN BELLlN Operetta Q, 4,Traclc 3,Tumbling Club 4 . . . JAMES BATLEY: Operetta 4, Track 9 . . . BEVERLY JANET BEELEN: Curtain Call Acting 2, 3, 4, Intramurals Q, Latin Club 9, 3, co-consul 4, Student BELLIN: Bowling Club 3, 4, Intramurals 3, 4, Nature Club Q. i"-?-. g 0 11? BELLING BENTLE :sv 'ur X ' I 5 N I .f A ' ima at-:ii BERGER BERGHOLZ BESCHTA BESSETTE MARY BELLlNG: Curtain Call Production 4 . . . JANICE BENTLE: Camera Club Q, 3, 4, German Club 3, 4, Library Stall 4, Operetta 4 . . . DONNA BERGER: Bowling Club Q, Clarion 3, 4, Curtain Call Production 3, 4, Library Staff 4. NATHEN BERGHOLZ: Bowling Club 3, Intramurals 9, 3 . . . PATRICIA BESCHTA: Bowling Club 4, lntramurals 9, 3, 4 . . . DUANE BESSETTE: General Course. Page Q0 1 I vii' 1' BEUSCH BIASON BLICK BLOB BOETTCHER, D. BOETTCHER, M CONSTANCE BEUSCH: Art Worlcshop 4, Clarion 3, 4, Curtain Call Acting 3, 4, Latin Club 3, 4, Operetta Q, 3, 4, State Music Festival Q, 3, 4. . . JOAN BIASON: Latin Club 4, Nature Club 4, Operetta 3, 4, Orchesis Q, Spanish Club, vice-president 3, president 4, Talis- man 4, Badger Girls' State 3, Girls' Nation 3, State Music Festival Q, 3. . . PATRICIA BLICK: Bowling Club 9, German Club Q, 3, 4, Intra- murals 9, 3, 4, Nature Club Q, 3, Secretary 4, Tumbling Club Q. PAUL BLOB: General Course . . . DONALD BOETTCHER: General Course . . . MARY ELLEN BOETTCHER: Clarion 3, 4, Curtain Call Production 3, 4, Latin Club 9, Ouill and Scroll 4. ss .f 1 .-af -yvvk 'Y W gg xi. , QW' ' i d- Y J if 4 -f is 1' if 'si ri-15. BOWLBY BRANDT BRECKLIN BRElER BREITRICK BRENNECKE JOANN BOWLBY: Curtain Call Production 3, 4, Tumbling Club 9 . . . WILLIAM BRANDT: Basketball 3, 4, Football Q, 3, co-captain 4, German Club 3, president 4, Track Q, 3, 4, Badger Boys' State 3 . . . MYRTLE BRECKLIN: Art Workshop 3, 4, Operetta 9, 4. REGlNA BRElER: Bowling Club Q . . . ROSE ANN BREITRICK: Bowling Club SZ, Clarion 4, Curtain Call Acting Q, 3, 4, Latin Club Q, Operetta Q, 4 . . . JOAN BRENNECKE: Bowling Club 3, Clarion 3, Curtain Call Production Q, 3, 4, Talisman 4. BRINKMAN BROWER BUCHBERGER BUELOW BURTON BUSCH EARL BRINKMAN: Camera Club 3, Pep Band 9, co-director 4 . . . GERALDINE BROWER: General Course . . . MARlE BUCHBERGER: Commercial Club 4, Curtain Call Production Q, 3, 4, Ouill and Scroll 3, 4, Talisman 9, 3, co-editor 4. JOHN BUELOW: General Course . . . JOYCE BURTON: General Course . . . JOAN BUSCH: Commercial Club, vice-president 4, Library Staff 4. Page 91 ROLAND BLISS: General Course . . . RHYLLIS CASPER: Bowling Club 3, 4, Commercial Club 4, Curtain Call Production 4, Operetta 9, Ouill and Scroll 3, 4, Talisman Q, 3, co-circulation manager 4 . . . THOMAS CAVANAUGH: Curtain Call Production 3, 4, Intramurals Q, 3, 4. NANCY CHLIDACOEF: Art Workshop Q, 4, Curtain Call Acting 2, 3, 4, Declamation 3, 4, Spanish Club 3, 4, Talisman 3 . . . HARRY CLARK: Camera Club Q, president 3, 4, Clarion Q, 3, photographer 4, Curtain Call Acting Q, 3, president 4, Operetta 9, 3, 4, Spanish Club Q, Student Council Q, 3, Track Q, 3, 4, Badger Boys' State 3 . . . PATRICIA CLEEREMAN: Bowling Club Q, 3, 4, Commercial Club 4, Curtain Call Rroduction Q, 3, 4, Talisman 4. BLISS CASPER CAVANALIGH CHUDACOFF CLARK CLEEREMAN H al Q, vb i.-'aaa -rv rf'- L .9 vi 39' ' 3, 01 JANE COBLIRN: Curtain Call Production Q, 3, 4. , . ARLENE COENEN: Curtain Call Production 3, 4, Latin Club Q, Talisman Q, 3. . . VERNON COFFEY: Latin Club 9. JOSEPH COONEN: Intramurals Q, 3, 4, Visual Aids Club Q . . . EUGENE COURTOIS: Art Workshop Q, 3, 4, Camera Club Q, 3, vice- president 4, Clarion 3, 4, Ouill and Scroll 4 . . . JEAN CRANE: Art Workshop Q, secretary-treasurer 3, 4, Clarion Q, 3, art editor 4, Curtain Call Production Q, 3, design head 4, Library Staff 4, Ouill and Scroll 3. COBURN COENEN COFFEY COONEN COURTOIS CRANE ua- Jv' g -fff tt ,uf .,f Tx 'Z' ' ' ROBERT CURRIE: General Course . . . BETTY DAGNEAU: Clarion Q, 3, 4, Cheerleader Q, 3 . . . GEORGIA DAMON: Bowling Club 4, G.A.A. 4, Tumbling Club 4. RICHARD DEMLOW: Curtain Call Acting 3, 4, Curtain Call Production Q, 3, president 4, Ouill and Scroll 4, Spanish Club Q, 3, 4, Stu- dent Council 4, Talisman 3, 4 . , . BETTY DE MOLILIN: Commercial Club, treasurer 4, Talisman 4 , , . KATHLEEN DERBY: Art Workshop 4, Camera Club 4, Curtain Call Acting Q, 3, 4. CURRIE DAGNEAU DAMON DEMLOW DE MOULIN DERBY P' 'C' W Sl-IIRLEY DICKRELL: Bowling Club 3, 4 . . . MARION DINGELDEIN: Curtain Call Production 4, Spanish Club 9, 3, 4. . , CAROL DOM, INOWSKI: General Course. JOAN DONOVAN: Curtain Call Acting Q, 3, 4, Orchesis Q, vice-president 3, president 4, Spanish Club 3, Student Council 3, Talisman Q . . . DAVID DORN: Camera Club Q, 3, 4, Curtain Call Acting 4, Curtain Call Production 3, 4, German Club 3, 4, Track 3, 4, Tumbling Club 3, 4 . . . MAE DRIESQ General Course, DICKRELL DINGELDEIN DOMINOWSKI DONOVAN DORN DRIES 'Y A I .JN X. GERALDINE DUNN: Entered from Neenah 4, Withdrawn 4 . . . DORIS DRIESSEN: Spanish Club 3, 4, Withdrawn 4 . . . EDITH DYBUS: Clarion 3, 4, Curtain Call Acting 3, 4, Latin Club Q, 3, secretary 4, Library Staff 4, Orchesis 52, 3, treasurer 4, Ouill and Scroll 4. LOIS EBERI-IARDT: Camera Club 3, Curtain Call Production 3, vice-president 4, Latin Club Q, Ouill and Scroll 4, Spanish Club 3, 4, Talis- man Q, 3, 4 . . . JACOUE EISELE: Cheerleading Q, 3, 4, Curtain Call Acting Q, 3, 4, Latin Club 9, Spanish Club 3, 4, Student Council Q . . . MYRTIE ELLEFSON: Bowling Club 4, Operetta Q, 3, 4, Talisman 4, Withdrawn 4. DUNN DRIESSEN DYBUS EBERHARDT EISELE ELLEFSON Q as . Q ' -1 xg 1 ,N Q A TVX I ,f fi fs, . ' I so 4 DOLORES ELLENBECKER: General Course . . . JOAN ELLENBECKER: Bowling Club 4 . . . PATRICIA ELLIOTT: Withdrawn 4. WAYNE ELLIS: Bowling Club 3, 4, Curtain Call Acting 4 . . . Sl-IARON ENGLER: Curtain Call Production 3, 4, Latin Club Q, Orchesis Q, 3, 4, Spanish Club 3, 4. , . ESTI-IER ERNST: General Course. ELLENBECKER, D. ELLENBECKER, J, ELLIOTT ELLIS ENGLER ERNST 3 R' C, Y Q Q Ri 'Nw' , yy' 1 ERTL EVERS FARNUM FAST FELLNER FEMAL THOMAS ERTL: General Course. . . LOIS EVERS: Bowling Club 4 . . . RANDALL FARNUM: Curtain Call Production 3, Student Coun- cil 4. DONALD FAST: General Course . . . JOYCE FELLNER: General Course . . . NANCY FEMAL: Latin Club 3, 4, Withdrawn 4. .Y-Q1 fn , A -.fs as 'll ', 1- ' if ' 1' W FISCHER FONDOW FORREST FORSTER FOTH FRANSWAY PATRICIA l:lSCHER: Art Worlcshop 4 . . . WILLIAM FONDOW: Student Council 4, Tennis Q, Visual Aids Club Q, 3, 4 . . , DIANE FOR- REST: Curtain Call Production 4, Talisman Q, JAMES FORSTER: General Course . . . KAREN EOTH: Curtain Call Production 9, 3, 4, Nature Club Q, 3, Spanish Club 3, 4 , . . PETER FRANSWAY: General Course. 35? '-' Q7 FUERST GARVEY GAST GEBERT GEE GEENEN CAROL FUERST: General Course . . . EMMETT GARVEY: General Course . . . SHIRLEY GAST: Commercial Club 4. RUTH GEBERT: General Course . . . CONSTANCE GEE: Curtain Call Acting Q, 3, 4, Latin Club 9, Spanish Club 3, Student Council 3, Talisman Q . . . WILLIAM GEENEN: Basketball 3, 4, Football 3, 4, Intramurals 2, 3, 4, Student Council Q, Tennis 3, Badger Boys' State 3 Page Q4 ,ff U 19' R R l9"'yVS l Oi" ,, A , fn- 4: ., -. . ' f 'I f - ' i i N 1 ' . R' 4: e. ow. f , LJ . .V 'TER V :.,. -pt X, , r 'f f gi , ' ' -.iz gf4tf??:.Qx . ' T' f" 'P 4 'ff--:Qi . ' IA .lr GEHRMANN GENGLER GIESBERS GlLLESPIli GLASSNAP GOREE JONICE GEHRMANN: Bowling Club 4, Commercial Club, secretary 4, Curtain Call Production 3, make-up head 4, Talisman 9, 3, 4 . . , ALICE GENGLER: Bowling Club 4, Latin Club Q, Spanish Club 3, 4. . . LEROY GIESBERS: Bowling Club 3, Intramurals Q, 3, 4. RALPH GILLESPIE: General Course . . , JOYCE GLASSNAP: Operetta Q, 3, 4, Orchesis 4 . . . RUTH GOREE: G.A.A, 3, secretary 4, Nature Club 3, 4. ' 4- 9 ' IV' ' , ,. M I ""'!b -'X lv' "fr lzfm 4 ,Y T Rx M X 319' . GOSHA GOSZ GRARER GRESENZ GRIMES GROTH CHARLES GOSHA: General Course . . . MARY GOSZ: General Course . . . JAMES GRAPER: Archery Club Q, Art Workshop 9, Cur- tain Call Acting 3, 4, Nature Club Q, Operetta 4, Tumbling Club 3. DONALD GRESENZ: Camera Club SZ, 3, 4, Library Staff 4 . . . JEAN GRIMES: Bowling Club 4 . . . RICHARD GROTH: Football 3, 4, Intramurals 9, 3, 4, Library Stall 4, Student Council Q, 3, president 4, Badger Boys' State 3. A-1. I1 Sv bs. YV yN 5 HAERTL HALLOCK HANNEMANN HANSEN HARRIMAN HART DONALD HAERTL: Bowling Club Q, 3, 4, lntramurals 9, 3, Tumbling Club Q, 3, 4 . . . JEANINE HALLOCK: Curtain Call Production 9, 3, 4, Latin Club Q, 3, 4, Spanish Club 3, 4, Talisman 2, 3, 4 . . . DONALD HANNEMANN: Football 3, 4, Operetta Q, 3, 4. JAMES HANSEN: German Club 3, 4 . . . NANCY HARRIMAN: Commercial Club 4, Library Stall 4 , . . BEVERLY HART: Art Work- shop Q, 3, 4, Curtain Call Acting 3, 4, Library Staff 3, 4, Spanish Club Q, 3, 4. Page Q5 LOUISE HECHEL: Bowling Club 4, Nature Club Q, Soanislri Club 3 . . .MARY JANE HEIMERMAN: Bowling Club Q, Clarion 3, Com- mercial Club 4, Curtain Call Production 3, 4, Nature Club Q . .GERALD HEIN: Operetta Q, 3, 4. DELORES HEINZ: General Course . . . HELEN HEISE: Clarion 3, 4, Curtain Call Acting 3, vice-president 4, Debate 3, 4, Extempore 3f Latin Club Q, 3, 4, Operetta 3, 4, Oratory Q, 3, Student Council 4, Talisman 4, Badger Girls' State 3. . . CAMILLA HELLER Curtain Cdl' Acting Q, 3, 4, Latin Club Q, 3, co-consul 4, Operetta Q, 3, 4, Ouill and Scroll 3, 4, Student Council Q, Talisman 52, 3, co-feature editor 4, State Music Tournament Q. HECHEL I-IEIMEIZMAN HEIN HEINZ HEISF HELLER -iv- se Q .f 'f' is . YY T .file RONALD HELMS: Tumbling Club Q . . . TI-IELMA HENDRlCKSz General Course . . . JOAN HENRY: Bowling Club Q, Clarion Q, Curtain Call Production Q, 3, 4. HELEN HERRMANN: Bowling Club 4, German Club 3, 4, Intramurals 4, Talisman 4. . . RAYMOND HERTZFELD: Curtain Call Production 3, Visual Aids Club 3, 4. . .MARTIN HINTZ: Intramurals Q, 3, 4. HELMS HENDRICKS HENRY HERRMANN I-IEIETZFELD HINTZ 1' r. 49 eng, KENNETH HINZ: Intramurals SZ, 3, 4 ..,. IEANNE HOEPPNER: Curtain Call Acting 2, 3, 4, Library Staff 4, Orchesis 9, 31 4f5pdf1iSI1 Club 3, 4. . . RICHARD B, HOFFMANN: Visual Aids Club Q, 3. DORIS HOFFMANN: Nature Club Q . . . RICHARD M. HOFFMAN: General Course . . . BARBARA HOLZER: Camera Club 4, Cur- tain Call Production Q, Latin Club Q, 3, 4, Spanish Club 3, 4, Student Council Q, 4. HINZ HOEPPNER HOFFMAN, R, B, HOFFMANN, D. HOFFMANN, R. N., HOLZER 3 Q 10 -J V 'lr' PHILIP HOMES: Art Workshop 4, Camera Club 3, 4, Curtain Call Production 3, construction head 4, German Club 4, Intramurals Q, 3, 4 , . . RANETTA HOPFENSPERGER: G.A.A. Q, 3, Nature Club Q, 3, Tumbling Club 3 . . . ELNOR HOPPE: Commercial Club, president 4, Talisman, co-manager 4, DORIS HORN, Talisman 4 . , . VVONNE IMMEL: German Club Q . . . ROSE ISLINGER: General Course. HOMES HOPFENSPERGER HOPPE HORN IMMFL ISUNGER , Q' is - J JACK JAHNKE: Intramurals Q, 3, 4, Operetta Q, 4 . . .JOAN JENNERJAHN: Art Workshop Q, 3, 4, Bowling Club 3, 4, Library Staff 3, 4, Student Council 3, 4, Tumbling Club 3 . . .CAROL JOHNSON: Bowling Club 4, HUGO JOHNSON: General Course . . . MARJGRIE JONES: Camera Club 4, Debate 4, Talisman 4 . . . RAYBURN KAUFMAN: General Course. JAHNKE .JENNERJAHN JOHNSON, C. JOHNSON, H. JONES KAUFMAN s,,s,t I 3 5' I S fa 1 , Q ' 55 L- K A '13, - I V 3 A ig I JAMES KEATING: Intramurals Q, 3, 4, Operetta 3, 4, Student Council Q . . . ILA MAE KIMBALL: General Course . . . ROBERT KINGI Bowling Club, secretary Q, 3, president 4, Tumbling Club 3, Visual Aids Club Q, 3, 4. MARY ELLEN KLEIST: Talisman 2 . . . CHARLES KOEHLER: Curtain Call Production Q, 3, 4, Latin Club 4, Nature Club Q, vice-president 3, president 4 . . . HOWARD KOEHNKE: General Course. KEATING KIMBALL KING KLEIST KOEHLER KOEHNKE, H fv- Jfm-fr ' ""' S Q. IE' T7 if Ki I 'Q ,Y -1 . st 5 Z KOEHNKE, L. KOERNER KOFFEND KONZ KOOLS KRAHN LOWELL KOEI-INKE: Intramurals Q, 3, 4 . . . ERLA KOERNER: Bowling Club Q . . . FRANK KOFFEND: Bowling Club Q, Intramurals Q, 3, 4, Spanish Club 9, 3, 4, Student Council Q, 3, Traclc 4, Badger Boys' State 3. STEPI-IAN KONZ: Curtain Call Production 3, 4, Debate 3, 4, Nature Club 3, treasurer 4 , . . FRANK KOOLS: General Course . . EUGENE KRAI-IN: General Course. WI AAKX .I A i KRICHMAR KRUEGER KUHN KUSCHEL LAMBRECHT LANDIS MARVIN KRICI-IMAR: Entered from St. Paul, Minn. 4 . . . VERLA KRLIEGER: Bowling Club 9, 4, Spanish Club 9 . . . SHIRLEY KUI-IN: Bowling Club 9, 3. MARIAN KUSCI-IEL: Bowling Club 4, Commercial Club 4, Nature Club 9, Talisman, co-circulation manager 4 . . . ELMER LAMBRECI-IT: Basketball 3, 4, German Club 4, Intramurals 3, Library Stall 4, Student Council 4 . . . RUTI-l LANDIS: Clarion Q, Curtain Call Acting 3, 4, Latin Club Q, Operetta 3, 4, Spanish Club 3, 4, Student Council 4. I I 5 , w 'A 'Kas " I 5, .ef so 4 , - f 2 ', I f ' LANDUSKY LANSER LA ROSE LAUER LAUTENSCHLAGER LAUX JOSEPH LANDUSKY: Bowling Club Q, Football 4, German Club 3, 4, Intramurals 9, 3, 4, Operetta 3, 4. . . DONALD LANSER: Bowling Club 3, 4, Visual Aids Club Q, 3, vice-president 4 . . . SUSAN LA ROSE: Bowling Club 3, Curtain Call Acting 3, 4, Curtain Call Pro- duction Q, Latin Club Q, Ouill and Scroll 3, president 4, Talisman 9, 3, 4, Badger Girls' State 3. ROSANNE LAUER: Spanish Club 3, 4 . . . GERALD LAUTENSCI-ILAGER: Intramurals Q . . . PATRICK LAUX: General Course. Page Q8 ,,, , C K, ? ax? inl- ,I . . "f - .-4 ,rg I 34 'Xa - 4' A iff- 1355. 1 I -' I ' Fl: 1.4:-'-4:1 1:1 x 5'-if ,ii LAVEY Lsirvirsiosia LEMKE LE Moms Lewis LIETHEN LOIS LAVEY: Talisman Q, 3, 4 . . . LOWELL LEININGER: Visual Aids Club Q, 3, co-president 4 . . . JANET LEMKE: Curtain Call Pro- duction 3, 4, Latin Club Q, Ouill and Scroll 3, 4, Spanish Club 3, 4, Student Council 3, Talisman Q, 3, 4, ELINOR LE MOINE: Bowling Club Q, 3, Library Stall 3, 4, Operetta 4 . , . DONALD LEWIS: Curtain Call Production 9, 3, 4, Operetta Q, 4. . .JOYCE LIETI-IEN: Commercial Club 4, 3, lui, l Q za, er 5 .... aw Q' Q4 W xx V Q' ,G ' ' fl Calf ,,,, I ' I I at A I1 ,Wi LITSCI-IEP LIVINGSTON LOCKLIN LOPAS LLJEBKE LUEDEIZS RAMONA LITSCI-IEI2: General Course . . . MARLENE LIVINGSTON: Bowling Club Q, 3 . . . RONALD LOCKLIN: Basketball 3, 4, Football 3, co-captain 4, Intramurals Q, 3, Student Council 3, Traclc Q, 3, co-captain 4, Badger Boys' State 3, Flag Raiser 4. WILLIAM LOPAS: Football 3, 4, Intramurals 3, Badger Boys' State 3 . , . VIRGINIA LUEBKE: German Club 3, 4. , , JOYCE LLIEDERS: Bowling Club 4, Curtain Call Production 4, Operetta 4, Pep Band Q, 3, co-director 4, AT? 'B K 'G ""' ff V 3 X - If r -at 4, x....f ' ' , A5 " -, i 4 . ,, , LUEDTKE LUNDOUIST MACKESY MARSKE MARX MC GEE LOLA LUEDTKE: Bowling Club Q, 3, 4. .ARDIS LLINDOLIIST: Commercial Club 4, Talisman, business manager 4. . .JANET MACKESY: Art Workshop 3, 4, Curtain Call Production Q, 3, 4, Debate 4, Declamation 3, Latin Club Q, Ouill and Scroll 3, treasurer 4, Spanish Club 3, 4, Talisman Q, 3, co-feature editor 4, NANCY MARSKE: Clarion 3, 4, Curtain Call Production 3, 4, Library Stall 4, Operetta 3, 4, Orchesis 9, 4, secretary-treasurer 3, Ouill and Scroll 4, Tumbling Club 9, 3, Cheerleading Q, 3, co-captain 4 . . , JANICE MARX: Nature Club Q, Student Council 4 . . . CAROL MC GEE: Clarion 9, 3, co-sponsorship manager 4, Curtain Call Production 3, 4, Library Stall 4, Orchesis Q, 3, 4, Ouill and Scroll 3, 4, Spanish Club Q, 3, 4, Tumbling Club Q, 3, Cheerleading 2, 3, co-captain 4. page 99 X Q4 di '::' Q 5 VILMA MC CJOWAN: Commercial Club 4, Talisman 4 . . . ROBIN MC CJRAW: Entered from Whitefish Bay 4, Art Workshop 4, Curtain Call Production 4, Curtain Call Acting 4 . . . DAVID MC INTYRE: Art Workshop Q, 3, 4, Clarion Q, 3, co-editor 4, Curtain Call Acting 9, 3, 4, Curtain Call Production 3, 4, Intramurals 9, 3, 4, Track Q, 3, 4, Tumbling Club 9, 3, 4, Radio Workshop 4. BERNICE MELCI-IERT: Bowling Club 3, 4, Pep Band Q, 3 , . . JACQUELINE MENZNER: Bowling Club 3, Curtain Call Acting 3, 4, Curtain Call Production Q, Spanish Club Q, 3, 4, Talisman 4 . . . OMAR MEYER: Bowling Club 4, Intramurals 3, 4. MC GOWAN MC GRAW MC INTYRE MELCHERT MENZNER MEYER PM ' I i,,i 'E e... f H- f" L I v ' - ' .ff , . .7 '-QW JOI-IN MIELKE: Basketball 3, 4, Curtain Call Acting Q, 3, 4, Operetta Q, 3, 4, Student Council Q, 3, 4, Tennis Q, Badger Boys' State 3 . . .BETTY MILLER: Bowling Club 4. . .JOAN MILLER: Art Workshop Q, Bowling Club 3, Curtain Call Acting 3, 4. ROBERT MILLER: Archery Club 3, Bowling Club Q, 3, 4, Intramurals Q, 3, 4, Visual Aids Club Q, 3, 4 . . . ROBERTA MILLER: Bowling Club Q, Clarion 3, 4, Spanish Club 3, 4. . , ROBERT MIRKES: Bowling Club Q, 3, 4. MIELKE MILLER, B. MILLER, J. MILLER, RO. MILLER, RA. MIRKES we 'rr lf- 'I wi. ,L A . "iq 1 fir, DONALD MISSLING: Intramurals Q, 3, 4 . . , MARY ANN MITCI-ILER: General Course . , . DONALD MODER: Camera Club Q. ELMER MOERICKE: Bowling Club Q, 3, 4, Football, manager 4 . . . JOYCE MOLLET: Bowling Club Q, 3, 4, G.A.A, 9 . . . PATRICIA MOLLINEAU: Bowling Club Q, Commercial Club 4. MISSLING MITCHLER MODER MOERICKE MOLLET MOLLINEAU ri , . I' "' iv U lf' on 3 gl 4 5 'O' A 1 I M" - ,' I ll 'I - ADELlNE MUELLER: Bowling Club Q, 3, 4, Clarion 4 . , . CATI-lERlNE MULLEN: General Course . . . ROBERT MURPHY: Operetta 4, NELDA NEELS: Latin Club Q, Nature Club Q . . . DONALD NELSQN: Latin Club Q, Student Council 4, Tennis Q, 3, 4, Badger Boys' State 3, Pep Band Q, 3, 4. ..NANCY NEUMAN: Bowling Club 3, Latin Club Q, Spanish Club 4, Talisman 4. MUELLER MULLEN MURPHY NEELS NELSON NELJMAN 43: sie T gb K ? X tl JAMES NIELAND: Football 3, 4, Student Council Q . . . EUGENE NQFFKE1 Football 3, 4, Track Q . . . PAUL NOFFKE: Football 3, 4, Track Q. WALTER NOFFKE: General Course ..,. JAMES NQRTHAM: General Course . . . BERNADlNE NQWAK: Bowling Club Q, G.A.A. Q. NITLAND NCDFTKE T NCJFFKE, P, NCDFEKE W, NORTHAM NOWAK -vt. , qt: Tv l 115 f ' rift JUAN NUSSBAUM: General Course . , , CARQL CAKE: Bowling Club 4, Clarion 3, 4, Curtain Call Acting Q, 3, 4, Latin Club Q, Cperetta Q, 3, 4, Student Council Q, 3 . , . JQAN CBRIAN: Clarion 3, 4, Curtain Call Acting 3, 4, Library Stall 4, Quill and Scroll 4, Spanish Club Q, 3, 4, Student Council 3. JUNE ORT1 Bowling Club Q, Commercial Club 4, Curtain Call Production 3, Library Stall 4 . . .EUGENE OTTQ. Bowling Club Q, 3, 4 . . . CAROL RAGEL: Bowling Club 4. NUSSBAUM OAKE OBRIAN ORT OTTO PAGEL B 5 1 ,-'N' . Q x a 'Q f' --. R t V 'Z sf ' I al '5 , PARKER PARNELL PATTEN PELCZYNSKI PEOTTER PERRINE JOl-lN PARKER: General Course . . . ROBERT PARNELL: Curtain Call Acting Q, 3, 4, Student Council 4, Football, manager Q, 3 , . . Tl-IEDA PATTEN: Camera Club Q, 3, 4. JAMES RELCZYNSKI: Intramurals 9, 3, 4, Latin Club Q, Tennis Q, 3, 4 . . . JAMES PEOTTER: Bowling Club 3, Tumbling Club Q, 3, 4 . . . DONALD PERRINE: Bowling Club 3. s i' 9,53-ff by V G' " PERSCHBACHER PETERMAN PETERSEN PFEFFERLE PHILIPPI, B. Pl-IILLIPPI, R. ANN PERSCHBACHER: Art Workshop Q, Clarion 3, 4, Curtain Call Production 4, Latin Club Q, 3, 4, Ouill and Scroll 4, Spanish Club 3, 4 . . . WAYNE PETERMAN: General Course . . . JANET PETERSEN: Bowling Club 3, Curtain Call Acting 3, 4, Latin Club Q, Spanish Club 4. ROBERT PFEFFERLE: Football, trainer 3, 4, Student Council Q . . . BERDENE PHILIPPI: Commercial Club 4 . . . ROBERT Pl-lll.LlPPI: Library Stall 4. G. i gno- ,fm 1 'i h is Q Q 'XL - af 5 2 I' PIERRE PLACH, ROB, PLACH, ROG. PLAMANN, B. PLAMANN, F. POPP PATRICIA PIERRE: General Course . . . ROBERT PLACH: General Course . . . ROGER PLACH: General Course. BETTY PLAMANN: G.A.A. 3 . . . FREDERIC PLAMANN: General Course . . . DOLORES POPP: General Course. Page 32 if sr -. .. 31 1: nerves' -5 rs Q-C7 N' rf POST PUSCI-I RADTKE RAMSAY RANKIN RECTOR ALAN POST General Course RAYMOND RLISCI'-I Camera Club Q 3 4 CARL RADTICE General Course JANE RAMSAY C rtaun Call Rroductnon 3 4 Latm Club 3 4 Ousll and Scroll 4 Student Councrl 3 Tallsman Q 3 4 IKAREN RAN u KIN Bowllng CIub9 TaIIsman4 ROBERT RECTOR Basketball Q 3 4 Football? 3 lntramuraIsQ Tennxs Q 3 4 Badger Boys State 3 'R 'J' ss'N""' K' sc- 'Y YY 'S' 'Z' RFDLIN REFFKE RFICHEL REIMFR REINDFRS RFINKE I-ILIGO REDLIN Football 3 4 Intramurals 3 4 Traclt 3 4 Badger Boys State 3 Vssual Ards Club? CAROLYN REFFKE General Course ELDA REICI-IEL Art Worlcslwop Q Spanxslw Club 3 JAMES REIMER Bowlung Club Q 3 4 Intramurals Q PHYLLIS REINDERS General Course BETTY REINKE Commerclal Club 4 Curtaln Call Rroductuon 3 mx iq, 'S PKK' 1' 5-.. 1""7 fn REITZNER RETZA ROBFRTS ROBERTSON ROEDER ROSENBERG HAROLD REITZNER German Club 3 4 Tumbllng Club 3 4 Vlsual Alcls Club Q 3 4 WINIERED RETZA Bowllng Club 3 Curtaln C I 9 secretary treasurer 4 Tallsman Call Actang 3 treasurer 4 Curtam Call Productlon Q Ouxll and Scroll 3 secretary 4 Student ouncn 9 3 4 Badger Gurls State3 Flag RaIser4 LAWRENCE ROBERTS Bowlnng Club Q 3 4 Intramurals 3 4 MALCOLM ROBERTSON Football 4 lntramuralso 3 4 Tenms 3 4 RICHARD ROEDER Football 3 4 Intramurals Q 3 4 EDWARD ROSENBERG General Course Page 33 L f'I.,l . gx' R t tf t:k" ,a 'H ' if ,: X , .- , V If I1 '5 A T4 .lx 0 V . 1- 'Y K I I4 s . ,- Q , 1 Qi O . in 5 J i we ' I J T , A I I X - Pr t my I v I V V I I 6 i x W . v f ,A x I X 5 ' - I Af' -'fa . V , I I -. ' 1 X -. ,JL I .gsm - - ul I : . . , 3 , , . . . 1 5 5 I I I I I I I I I ' 5 I 4 - - - i I I I I I I I I I - , , w I we F: 'AY 5 . 5, - Y' wx X f 4 ,N . Ie. I I R., I ' 5 A I yl 'gg v I ' ' A 1 N- 3 3 5 I I I I I I I I I 3I 4 - I 5 5 , V M4 . M 5 X , as Q ' 5 , f.. is , - 5 If if ' I I Z "--f I V. Q 5 I wr Q G' 4 'T F Ll ' I I 5 Y-4.,J' ' I ' I X I I 1 xx 'X' 2 I I ' T I 4 ' JT 'il ,A X 5 I I I I I I I - - - 5 I 1 I I I ' I I I I I ' i I I I ' I 1 I I I I - : , ,., , I , . . . 3 I I I I - - - Q xc MARION RUDIE: General Course . . . NANCY RUSSELL: Clarion Q, 3, subscription manager 4, Curtain Call Production 9, 3, Latin Club 9, Ouill and Scroll 3, Spanish Club 3, 4. . . DORIS SACHS: Clarion 4, Curtain Call Production 3, Library Staff 3, 4. JOANNE ST. PIERRE: Curtain Call Acting Q, 3, 4, Latin Club Q, Talisman Q, 3 . . . BARBARA SALM: Curtain Call Production 3, Nature Club 2 . . , ROBERT SAUER: Visual Aids Club Q, 3, 4, Intramurals 4, RUDIE RUSSELL SACHS ST. PIERRE SALM SAUER W .2-iw B'-N jf ip, Q7 V' V - 5 HAROLD SCHEIBE: General Course . . . GENE SCHEUERELL: General Course . . . JOAN SCHIEFEN: Art Workshop 3, Bowling Club 4, Curtain Call Acting 3, 4, G.A.A. Q, Nature Club 9, Tumbling Club Q, 3, 4. ELAINE SCHINKE: General Course . . . PATRICIA SCHMIDT: Commercial Club 4, Library Stall 4 . . . CAROL SCHOMISCH: General Course. SCHEIBE SCHEUERELL SCHIEFEN SCHlNKE SCHMIDT SCHOMlSCH lx 1 I-JN Q' f 'T KEITH SCHRADER: General Course . . . JUDITH SCHRAGE: Art Workshop 9, 3, Bowling Club 3, Curtain Call Production 2, 3, 4, G.A.A 9, Library Stall 4, Spanish Club Q, 3, 4 . . . BEVERLY SCHROEDER: Bowling Club Q, 3, 4, G.A.A. Q, 3, Student Council 4. JANICE SCHROEDER: Curtain Call Production 3, 4 . . . MARTHA SCHUBERT: Clarion 9, 3, co-editor 4, Curtain Call Acting Q, 3, 4 Latin Club Q, 3, 4, Ouill and Scroll 3, 4, Spanish Club 3, secretary 4 . . . ROGER SCHUETTE: Intramurals Q, 3, Visual Aids Club Q, 3 SCHRADER SCHRAGE SCHROEDER, B. SCHROEDER, J. SCHUBERT SCHUETTE .al -vg V227 f 1 YZF' MARY SCHULDES: Cneneral Course . . . ESTHER SCHULTZ: General Course . . . THOMAS SCHLJLTZ: Football 3, 4 CARL SCHULZE: Art Workshop 3 . , . DONALD SCHWANDT: Archery Club 3, Art Workshoo 4 . . . HENl2lETTA SEEHAWER Latun Club 9, Nature Club Q. SCHULDES SCHULTZ, E SCHULTZ T SCHULZE SCHWANDT -4 ,ya fl -he 3 ' "" l L cf T ' 4 1 'Q ' 3 , ' ' t ' , .., 5 J F ft , me . 1 SEEHAWEI-2 F 154, 6,7 KK L, S BEVERLY SELL: Spanlsh Club 3 , , , ROBERT SHACKLETON: Bowling Club Q, 3, 4, Football 3, Intramurals Q, 3, 4, Operetta Q, 3, 4, Track Q, 3, 4. 4 . RICHARD SHARRATT: Intramurals 3, 4, Track 3, 4. RICHARD SHIMEK: Track manager Q, 3, 4 . . . ROSALlND SHLIMOVITZ: Curtain Call Actung Q, 3, 4, Latmn Club Q, Oulll and Scroll 3, 4, Spanlsh Club 3, 4, Talisman Q, 3, co-ed1tor4 , . . JAMES SIEVERS: Football 3, 4, lntramurals Q, 3, 4, Student Council Q, 3, 4, Track Q, Badger Boys' State 3, SELL SHACKLETON SHARRATT SHlMEK SHLIMOVITZ .41 6 4 "-L' f i SlFVFRS A vs by K ' W fy ""w..t f rx at L, yfiffl Ethf MYRA SlGMAN1Curtaln Call Actang Q, 3, 4, Oratory Q, Orchesus Q, 3, 4, Spanlsh Club 3, Student Councll 3 . . . JANET SILLIMAN Clarion Q, 3, assoclate edltor 4, Curtain Call Acting Q, 3, 4, Debate Q, Declamatlon Q, 3, 4, Latin Club Q, 3, 4, Orchesls Q, 3, 4- Oulll and Scroll 3, vlce-presldent 4 . ...JOAN SILLIMAN: Clarnon Q, 3, associate edltor 4, Curtarn Call Actmg Q, 3, 4, Debate Q, Declamatlon Q, 3, 4, Latmn Club Q, 3, 4, Orchesls Q, 3, 4, Ouxll and Scroll 3, 4. MARY SIMPSON Bowllng Club 4, Clarion 4, Commercial Club 4, pep Band 9, 3, 4 , . . VANDA SlNERS: Entered from Latvua, 4 Cer- man Club 4 . . , CARMEN SMITH: General Course, SICNAAN SlLLIMAN JA SILLVAAN JO SIMPSON SINEPS tvs- Q1 C7 SMlTH CARM vi! U 'WY M -all SMITH, CARO. SMITH S. SMYRNEOS SORENSON SPOERL SPREEMAN CAROL SMITH: Bowling Club Q . . . SALLY SMITH: Bowling Club Q, 3, 4. . . KATHRYN SMYRNEOS: General Course, EVELYN SORENSON: Talisman 9, 3, 4 . . . BARBARA SPOERL: Curtain Call Acting 3, 4, Declamation 3, Operetta 4, Student Council 4 . A . LEONARD SPREEMAN: Track Q. T Q E' fa X 'NT L STAEDT STAHL STAIDL STARKS STEFFENS STLINBERC1 BARBARA STAEDT: Latin Club Q, Operetta 3, 4. . . KEITH STAHL: Intramurals Q, 3, 4, Spanish Club Q, 3, 4, Tennis Q, 4, Tumbling Club Q, 3, 4, Visual Aids Club 9, 3, 4 . . . MARY KAY STAIDL: Camera Club 4, Curtain Call Production EZ, 3, 4, Debate 3, 4, Latin Club Q, Talisman 4. EDWARD STARKS: Bowling Club Q, 3, 4 . , . MARY STEFFENS: Clarion 3, 4 . , . JANIS STEINBERCJ: Tumbling Club Q, 3, Cheerleading Q, 3, 4. 'Wx IQ Oil T I X 'eff lx 2,:ff?T ii - 'V f- Y STEINER STERN AGEL STERN HAGEN STEWARD STEWART STOEGER MARY LOU STEINER: Camera Club 9, 3, secretary-treasurer 4, Latin Club 9, Spanish Club 3, 4, Talisman 4 . . . RONALD STERNAGEL: Intramurals 9, 3, 4, Operetta 4 . . . SHIRLEY STERNHAGEN: Bowling Club 9, 3. ELOISE STEWARD: General Course . . . GRACE STEWART: Clarion 9, Curtain Call Acting 9, 3, 4, Debate 4, Ouill and Scroll 3, 4, Spanish Club 9, 3, treasurer 4, Talisman 9, 3, 4 . . . DOROTHY STOEGER: General Course. Page 36 ,T p -Inq,-on 1-,N 5 . L- ? X'-V STURM, E. STURM, M SUTHERLAND SWANTON TENNIE TI'-IIEL, G ELAINE STLIRM: General Course . . . MARY JANE STLIRM: General Course . . . TED SUTHERLAND: Intramurals Q, 3, 4, Student Council 2, 3, Traclc Q, 3, 4. MILO SWANTON: General Course . . . VERONICA TENNIE: General Course . . . GERALD THIEL: Baslcetball, manager 9, 3, 4, Intra- murals 9, 3, 4, Pep Band Q, 4. l il 'Ze 15" -X "" if - ..... 5' THIEL, R. THOMACK THOMPSON, S. THOMPSON, T. THOMS TIRUMS ROGER Tl-IIEL: General Course . . . KENNETH THOMACK: Football 3, 4, Intramurals 2, 3, Nature Club 9, 3, 4, Track Q . . . Sl-IIRLEE THOMPSON: General Course. THOMAS THOMPSON: Curtain Call Acting Q, 3, 4, Operetta 4, Spanish Club 3 . . . SALLY Tl-IOMS: Curtain Call Production 3, 4, Intramurals 3, Latin Club Q, Ouill and Scroll 4, Talisman 3, 4 . . . INARA TIRUMS: Entered from Latvia 4, G.A.A, 4. ei- Q 3 1' 4' TORDOER TORNOW TURKOW TUSLER UNMUTH VAN DEN AKKER WILLIAM TORDOER: Intramurals 2, 3, 4 . . , JEAN TORNOW: Bowling Club 4 . . . NANCY TURKOW: Bowling Club Q, 3, 4, Intra- murals 9, 3, 4, Nature Club 9, Tumbling Club Q, 3. PAUL TLISLER: Visual Aids Club 9, 3, 4 . . . DOROTHY UNMUTI-I: Bowling Club Q, Curtain Call Production 3, 4, Latin Club 9 . . . VALERIE VAN DEN AKKER: Art Workshop 3, Curtain Call Acting Q, 3, 4. Page 37 MARY JO VANDENBERG: Art Worltshop 4, Latin Club 3, 4, Student Council 3 , . . EARL VANDE WALLE: General Course . . . GERALD VAN DINTER: General Course. MARY VAN DINTER Bowling Club 4, Camera Club 3, 4, Operetta 3, 4, Spanish Club 3, 4 . . . JOAN VAN DYKE: General Course .. .MARY JANE VAN HOOP: Bowling Club Q, 4, Clarion 4, Intramurals 3, 4. VANDENHFRG VANDE WALLE VAN DINTER G. VAN DINTER M VAN DYKE VAN HOOP at-, -ii., 1' I fs' : 1 'TCW C, 5 , vt, I ii. NANCY VAN OOYEN: General Course . . . GRETCHEN VAN ROOY: Bowling Club 4, Student Council 4, Talisman 4 . . . MAR- GARET VAN ROOY: Bowling Club 3, Curtain Call Production Q, 3, 4, Spanish Club 3, 4, Pep Band Q, 3, 4. JOAN VAN ROY: Bowling Club Q, Intramurals 3, 4 . . . EDITH VAN RYZIN: Commercial Club 4 , . . ROGER VAN RYZIN: Bowling Club 3, 4, lntramurals 3, 4, Talisman 4, Rep Band 4. VAN OOYEN VAN ROOY G VAN ROOY, M VAN ROY VAN RYZIN, E, VAN RYZIN, R. JAMES VELIE: General Course . . . HAROLD VOIGT: General Course . . . DONALD WALLACE: General Course. DONALD WARNER: General Course . . . RUTH WEBER: Student Council Q . . . GERTRUDE WElNER: Latin Club Q, Student Council 3 Talisman Q, 3, advertising manager 4. VELIF VOIGT WALLACE WARNER WEBER WEINER 2 E . ,S ,, l 4 I T.. 'T al' TJ. 1 WAYNE WEST: Basketball 3, 4, Traclc 3 . . . LOIS WHITEFOOT General Course GENE WILLER General Course DOROTHY WILLOUGHBY: Art Workshop 4: JANICE WINKLER: General Course. WEST WHITEFOOT 1 1 ROBERT WlNTERFELDTz General Course . . . ROBERT WOJAHN Student Councul 9 GROVER WOLF Tumblnng Club Q 3 4 LAOUITTA WOLF: General Course . . . GORDON WOLFF General Course NORMAN WOLFF German Club 3 vuce president 4 Student Council 3. WINTERFELDT WOJAHN WOLF GROV WOLF L WOLFF GORD WOLFF 1 r , - 'V n 4-ral' 'A f by Ml S V lrl ' ARVIN WOLFGRAM: Football 3 . . . ELSIE YOUNG General Course WALTER ZEUTZIUS Bowllng Club 3 captaun 4 Vlsual Alds Club Q, secretary 3, co-president 4. NANCY ZlMMERMAN: Library Stall 4i Student Council Q MARLYN ZUEHLKE Track manager 2 3 4 JEANNE ZUELZKE General Course. WOLFGRAM YOUNG ZEUTZIUS ZIMMFRMAN ZUEHLKE M ZUELZKE J X Q - W - . A.,- ,L Q-. ,1 sgve X other Seniors ALVIN BISHOP: General Course . . . DONALD DORSCHNER: General Course . . . RICHARD DORSCHNER: Intramurals 2, 3, 4. RICHARD EBBEN: Spanish Club SZ . . . RICHARD FOUNTAIN: General Course . . . GEORGE GOEMANS: Intramurals Q, 3, 4j Spanish Club 3. KENNETH HARRMANN Football 3 4 WESTCOTT KING G neral Course LLOYD LIETHEN General Course JOYCE LORET Wlthdrawn 4 JOHN MATHY Archery Club Q DONNA MOTIFF General Course TED OSENROTH Intramurals Q RONALD PIETTE General Course JEROME REITZNER General Course DOUGLAS VAN LANDGHEN General Course DAVID WEILAND General Course RICHARD WENDT General Course RONALD WHITMAN General Course LEROY WICHMAN General Course RONALD WICHMAN General Course JAMES WYNEN Entered from Oshkosh 4 Football 4 ROBERT YOUNG General Course Xf I John Kappell Ray Brandl and Bull Brandt sign tardy permlts whsle Mlss Loss Strover wants Mr Eduger looks on as Chauncey Render and Duck Demlow do a chemestry experlment Members ofthe llbrary staff trummung the tree are left to rrght Eduth Dybus Joan Busch Nancy Zimmerman Joan O Brnan Jean Crane Joan Jennerjahn Elinor Le Morne Nancy Marske on the ladder Carol McGee Bob Phulllppv and Don Gresenz Joan Blason gets made up for her role In the operetta Page 4O M , M Administration it ,, 5 w If If I X il lil ll iii X ,l . ,xr School Board Members, Mr, Wollwage, Mr. Douglas, Mr. Weber. "aim .- ,-.,, . Q2 M I - .Every , H .il mini- I 4 ' fy N' Y . I X X 7. 5. 2 'Jfflfl' i .1 , I il., 7 'bv School Board Members, Mrs. l-lagen, Mr. Keller. School Board Members, Mrs. Ferris, Mr. Strange, Mrs. Troyer. The School Board ol Appleton, citizens elected by the citys voters, form the policies ol the school system. The members oi this board have been exceptionally busy this year with the building of new schools. Faculty Superintendent of Schools John P. Mann is responsible lor the running of the Appleton Public School System, Through his eiiorts the policies ol the school system are Formulated. , rags., , bt, The eiiiciency ol l-lerbert l-l. l'lelble, ' principal ol Appleton l-ligh School, 5 has lcept this school well regulated. JL, N Under his able supervision Appleton e f High School has maintained its high .1 rn 1' standards and principles. 5 I ' xt X i x l Superintendent J. P. Mann. pYinCiD0l H- H' Helbley Page 41 1.55 O Dean of Glrls Mlss Frances Stewart Offlce Clerks Mass Mildred Nussbaum Mass Loss Strover Misses Mildred Nussbaum and Lots Strover are our competent olhce clerlcs who have the responslblllty of lceepln the records ol Appleton Hugh School T rough their efforts systematic organization IS malntalned The custodians can be seen at all hours ol the day In every part ol the bualdlng Through thenr efforts they lceep the bunldlng spotless and shnnung Faculty Mlss Frances Stewart ns dean of gurls at Appleton l-lag School She us al ways ready to assist gurls with any problems Mlss Stewart ns also the director ol guldance and acts as a general vocational and educational counselor 13 Assustant Prlnclpal Mr W A Wltte Assnstant prlnclpal Werner Witte supervlses many ol the actlvltues at Appleton l-llgh School ln addltlon, he IS dean ol boys, acts as manager for the athletic department and teaches social science M s C P l-leclcle as supervlsor ofthe caleterna, ts responslble lor the meals whnch are served to the students and teachers every noon 'v Q Mrs Heckle Cafeterla 'vb ln Custodians, Mrs. Kohler, Mr. Arnold, Mr. Weidman, Mr. Lembclce, Mr. Campshure, Mr. Jury, Mr. Rahn, Mrs Hansen Page 49 Mr. Peterson was absent. Top: Miss Williams, Miss Wolf, Miss Smith, Miss Anderson, Miss Brooks. Bottom: Miss Miellce, Miss Baerwaldt, Miss Klumb, Miss Warzinik, Miss K English and niebusch. Library Clear expression, interpretation, and appreciation ol the English language are the aims of the English depart- ment. To achieve these, word study, composition, and correct usage are included in each class. The growth ol read- ing Fine boolcs is stressed. Each student talces two years of English, and either college English and non-college is open to the seniors. Languages A strong and excellent course at Al-lS is our langua e department. Through the study of language a stu- dent grasps a better idea ol our Eng- lish language and an educational interest in the country where the lan- guage was born. Four years of Latin are open to students who realize the need and value ol this subject. The objective of the two year German course is to be able to read the foreign language with understanding. The two year course of Spanish emphasizes the reading, spealc- ing, understanding and writing ol Spanish. Qne also learns the geography, history, customs, culture, and literature ol a country through the study of lan- guages, Top: ,Q 'li vw ., Uixi XXX in Mrs. Himebaugh, Miss Kopplin. Bottom: Mr. Weiting, . ,, , , 3"'f ' i V C Xl ll Page 43 - my ef - M if ,si Va' 44: I U . ,v Fl 4 pain fue 3 X . 2 a . ' N W , vb Z v Ao . ' , . I 'owg N X Q ' ,,.x x-.. Siu ' N Q- N , , . . V V I ., k. ,Za 5, N W, Af' . 5 V V J gf? Q 0 I 1 W -I ,- V wa ' , 4 fu, 3- f I f 1 ' 'gf J " f V If HY . - , ' ',Z ,J ' - -XX -2, 5. "'x Z K NP Q- Q-7 lop, left: Mrs. McKenna, Miss l-lettig, Mr. Black Bottom, Health lhe aim of physical education is to build strong healthy bodies. leachers strive to show the student hovv to attain and maintain good health. Intramural sports, which stress team membership, participation and faithfulness, lead to better sportsmanship, ability and physical condition. Home Economics lhe chief projects of the l-'lome Economics course are Food preparation, nutrition meal planning, wise buying, and dressmalcing. lhe development of gooo taste and judgment in the selection and care of cloth- ing is stressed. A special course in hone economics is offered to senior boys, right: Mr. Witzke, Miss Gaertner, Miss Qleary, Miss Spence. Fine Arts The Fine Arts Department aims to develop an apprea ciation of the finer arts of music, speech, dramatics, and art. lhe Christmas concert, spring festival, and operetta, are the highlights of the year for the band, orchestra, and chorus members, Speech vvorlc also covers a wide range of actevities. Students gain valuable experience in dramatics, oratory. declamation debate, and extemporaneous spealting, The Art department of Appleton l-ligh School proa vides an opportunity to create through actual activities an understanding of art and design. or id' Top: Miss Plowright, Mr. Edge, Mr, Sager. Bottom: Mr. Goodrich, Mr. Dillon, Mr. Babler, Mr. Briese, Social Science Through the social sciences, the student becomes acquainted with the social, economic, and political problems ol today and yesterday. l-le learns how the conditions under which he lives are influenced by the customs and habits of the people. A study ol our federal Constitution and our great heritages is made in political science. World geog- raphy strives to develop an appreciation and knowledge of the earth and its inhabitants. The student is required to talce one year ol American history before he graduates from Appleton l-ligh School. Page 46 Top: Mr. Seims, Mr. Cameron. Bottom: Mr. Reppert, Mr. Cotton. lndustrial Arts Appleton l'ligh School ollers a rich curriculum in industrial arts to give the student a lcnowledge ol industrial prog- ress and of the arts themselves. A semester in auto mechanics strives to acquaint the student with the mechan- ical principles of various motor cars through information and actual ex- perience. A one year course in senior cabinet malcing is offered. l'lere a study is made of furniture design, material, construction, and Finish. Mechanical drawing aims to develop slcill in draw- ing so that a student can better express his ideas in mechanical drawing and slcetching. These courses enable the student to select his life worlc better. ORGANIZATIONS 7ac!eueZapcfzafzaaZwwzJpAwJZywlaZma4 Page 47 Standing Llmpert Sergeant at arms Mlellce vuce president Slevers sergeant at arms Seated Mass Frances Stewart advlser Groth pres: dent Retza secretary treasurer Mr H H Helble advuser Senior representatives standlng Demlow Nelson Farnum Van Roy Seated Schroeder Beelen Landns Holzer Zimmerman H Student Councnl Our Government Wuth Dlclc Groth at the helm the 1950 51 ship ol state of Appleton Hugh School ran a smooth and uselul course Groth was assisted by John Muellce as vnce Eresldent, glfnnjnek Ritza secretary and treasurer, Jlm levers an ac lmpert, ser eants at arms Miss Frances Stewart dean ol gurls, andg Mr H H Helble prunclpal, represented the faculty s vlewpolnt The dutles of the Student Council are many and varied lts members put on social dances throughout the school year plclced out lyceum entertainment ralsed money For worthy causes dxscussed and remedued problems arlslng around school Thus year the council suggested legnslatnon to help the problem ol over crowded buses and ralsed over one hundred dollars by the sale of hom poms among other actnvutnes Last Fall the Student Councll gave thenr annual party welcoming new students enrolled In A HS lphls year the councul had the unuque pleasure ol greetxng several students from loreagn countries who had come to Amerxca last summer besides enrollees from our own state and nation ln January a commlttee was already lunctnomng to choose lyceums tor next years audutonum periods Sennor counctlors also started ID January to make plans wnth the faculty lor the graduation exercises ment by the people the Student Council Soph representatuves standung Otto Myse Weber Goemans Wnchman H Il Schwebs Seated Kools DeLand Rosensweng Brandl Stennberg Crowe New students Jamce Neuser and Mary McCarthy are welcomed at the Student Council party Page 48 Juntor representatnves, standung Boronow, Potter, Close, Felton, Mlellce Seated Kaspereln, Schmuege, ernclce, Van Ryznn, Heselton, S Zeegers f,f,.,.f H I Y , V ' - I . I . I . ' N , I .. . . . I 'X - A - K A g I V I 5 I , . I - . 3 n 1 j - 1 ' , I Q ' f ' V, .. , . .. ' ' ' ' I 1 Z V 1 ' ' i 1 - i - - - 1 V ' w I I V ks 4 1 5 . . 1 V 4 . . 1 .E All in all we should be very proud of our Ugoverna . , - I V I V : I I I I ' I ' I I I I a I ' 1 f i' ll s J ' E, e VS v Q - . ' 1 X .. KJ 1 g . 4 -L '. .V a ,1 t F he -, F I V f I I I I- 4 I I ' : I I I I I ' t-' 3 ' ' , . A 5 1' D5 lg I ? Q I sf ' A , Y W 5 -- l , ry. J . Pecles Latini-Latin Feet Students interested in the Latin language and Roman customs join the Latin Club. The students meet on the First and third Thursdays ol every month under the capable advisorship ol Miss Elsie Kopplin and Miss LaVerne Kniebusch. The club is called S.P.Q.R. meaning the Senate and the Roman People. The meetings are conducted by co- consuls, lollowin the pattern ol the Roman Govern- ment .lanet Bee en and Camilla Heller were this year s co consuls, while the quaestor, a treasurer, was l-lelen Casper, and the scrtbo, or secretary was Edith Dybus Joan Sllllman was the program chairman or aedile A mothers tea and the annual senior farewell party highlighted the clubs events Latin Club also put on various student programs sponsored movies about Rome, and sang Christmas carols in the Latin language S P Q R enables Latin students to get to ether to lcnow each other better, and to learn more a out their mutual interest the Roman people V-wt l4:....i 'F35 I: ,. l Upper picture standing Nendhold Kloehn Hartpes Cohen Zimmer man Neuman Christen Rehfeldt Call Eggener Seated Cooper Pammer Hill Rehbeln Retza Shllmovitz Lower picture standing Beusch Biason Vandenberg Schubert Perschbacher Ramsay Koehler Heise Femal Sillsman Ja Seated Casper Dybus Miss Kopplin Beelen Slllsman Jo Standing Mannebach OBrian Wilkinson Stewart l-lardt Fose Taylor Stoegbauer Seated Nab befeldt Ready Doertler Petrie ue a Upper picture standing Konitzer Padke Friestrom Kiefer Dalton Pickett Schmiege Godfrey Fischer Roherty Baum Seated Drier Selig Miss Knuebusch Black Quella M Lower picture standing Smyrneos Parnell Rehbenn H Grlesbacl' McEathron Muller Olson Landis Spalding Bosser Ohman McGowan Seated Cureiner Crowe Campbell Norman Wohlford Phillippi 2' ,l ,f ,,f"""7 31 2 Page 49 iq l l . . ' r , P A I . I . . I . I, . . . . ia , . '-A - l 1 -A 7 A 1 1 V 1 1 A ' 1 - 1 . 1 1- .1 ' . 3 A 1 1 . 1 1 1 - 1 5 ' 1 1 V V 1 1 1 A 1 I 1 I I I ' - E I I I I I ' A IN, " A 2 1 I l 1 'W 1 I I 1 , . z - 1 1 1 1 Q II . 4 A ,I I Z -I I I A I I I b I V 1 4 A 1 1 1 1 -- : 4 I I I ' I I' ' I - .Z 1 V 1 . 1 -1 '1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 - : I I I I I ' I I ' ' ,xy , : 1 ,' ' ' I A gf t , I 1 - . -, Q 0 , 1 f , , l .X K .1 X l X , I 3' Q -I t l I ts, . P A ' f'ZTi- 5' M 1 Q . 1 . f 'eff 411 h is tt' '- - O, 'ii in , gl. L ," L . 1 - rw as S, XI- fe , ,q ,fl - .V fi' "" fffl- A f -2,- - 1 H Auf Wiedersehen "Der Deutsche Verein," the Appleton High School German Club, is again flourishing this year under the animated leadership ol its new adviser, Mr. E. W. Wieting. The inlormal initiation ol twenty-Five new members, which toolc place at a hobo party in October, was a marlced success, With festive gaiety the annual Christmas party, in traditional German style, was held at the home ol a member. Caroling in German and typical games high- lighted the evening's program. Also at Christmas time, the halls ol AHS resounded with the spon taneous echoes ol carolers as they welcomed the yule season in the German tongue Another principal event was the spring picnic lor which members met in one ol the city s parlcs This year a special good will activity was carried Standing Smith Reitzner Close Rohlolf Seated Luedtlce Salm Emmel Front Schommer Dorn 54' L5 Left picture standing Maleilra Cramer Klingbile Jahnlce Seated Sineps Junge Bentle Herrmann Schultz Right picture standing Bloomer Roehr Reinlce Lambrecht Seated Hollenbaclc Mueller Belling Knapp rf" "' i S., Standing Mr Wieting Zwiclcer Daellre Homes Seated Brandt Airis Goree Blick Wolf-F Page 50 out Members brought to school used clothing and toys which were sent to needy people in Germany 'lhroughoutthe year, cultural programswere arran ed by appointed committees These programs consiste ol special spealcers, movies, and other informative ex hibitions Membership is open to all students enrolled i German courses Customarily each year the outstand ing member as piclced by the group is given the honor plaque ol the society Attainment ol this award i dependent upon scholarship and active service to the organization Business meetings were held once each month at the school while social meetings are held at the homes of members Qllicers elected lor the current year were Bill Brandt president, Norman WOIH vice president Ruth Goree secretary, and Janice Bentle treasurer l : A 1 A 1 1 ' 5 1 1 - : , . l 1 'J' Q' if 'V A' 3 ,:- n.- ' a ' it Y . 4 Q . L , 5 1 , it :-, u . A Q r- IDL- - I l I l 1 I .4 l 1 - Z 4 1 I 1 I 1 ' I h I A 1 I 1 I ' : I I I ' 4 1 A , , if fi . ' it ' f, ' 4' r 1 ' . . . 3 . 'X , Q A U A ' I ' 2 -1' ,.,, ' rv f , f ' . S Q H ' ' 'ri ,' if - Q 1 . U - V 'A f , if 1 1 I I .S , . . I-s, s ' - - - M S S L . I A C 3 ' 1 ' ' 1 ' i V I I I ' I : - l U 1 l 1 A 1 ' l 1 l-1 1 1 - ' ll Standing G Zeegers Polnslcy S Zeegers Myers Engler Eusele Seated Demlow Marshall Mrs l-llmebaugh Bahcall Baclces DeLand Maclcesy Kolfend Latham Hoeppner Stahl Neuman Petersen Fiesta Flends With all the hospltallty ol Qld S aln and pan America at tts command Amlgos lempre the Spanish club ol AHS agann whirled gauly through another year ol lestnvlty The purpose ol Amigos Scempre IS to gnve the members a deeper under standlng and appreclatlon olSpan1sh culture and ot the everyday lnves of our Central and South Amer rcan neighbors lhurty seven new members were ellectnvely nnutr ated znto the club at a December meetlng Each person desnrous ol jolnnng at that tame was requested to present a talent act The Mexucan l-lat Dance Spanish songs and several slcnts deprctlng Spamsh customs were performed An annual event, the chnll supper haghlughted the club s actlvntnes In January Celebratlon customs ol the Mexlcans were followed by members at the Spanish Valentine party ln Aprul pan Amerncan month a program center Ing around lorelgn relatlons with the Central and South Amerncan countrnes was held Speclal ellort was made to vlvlly the llvlng condltuons ol those Spanish spealctng people thenr humnlnty passuveness and unnque attempts at lrnendllness Cnnco de Mayo May hlth, commemorates the Independence ol Mexnco lrom France A natlonal holiday nn Mextco, Cnnco de Mayo was observed by ' Amugos Saempre wlth a typecal Spanush lnesta During the year, uest spealcers on subjects re lated to the study ol Spannsh were obtained Several lecturers gave picturesque tallcs about thenr recent VISIYS to Mexxco and South Amerlca lravel hlms ol those same countrues were shown at other meetnngs, and specually planned student programs were pre sented to the club at certaun Intervals throughout the year Qlhcers elected lor thus year were Joan Bnason, president, Matthew Baclces, vuce presndent, Martha Schubert, Secretary, and Grace Stewart, treasurer Foreground Brason Weber Black Fnrst row McGee Petersen Gartz l-lanug Jesse Lauer Second row Motult Hallock Van Rooy Grangaard Julelc Cavanaugh Vander Lunden Steward Ogaard Back row Van Dlnter Muller Schubert Shllmovltz l-lolzer Wlch mann Schiller ., .0 Standmg Schalhauser, Nussbuclfer, Stueclc, M Lemlce, l-lelble, Foth Jobellus, Stohlman, J Lemlne, l-loolshan, Scott, Peotter, Bovvlby Seated Krueger, lladtlce, Landns, Stemer, Eberhart, O Brnan, Stewart Frlestrom, Guther Page 51 . rg 'Ye '45 , if .- - ggi.-.1 S 4 Ish ,--f . :zz 11 - - '- I -rw, -..' 7 Y' I Rr Af, . I I -Q. If ' e- -- ' ut .gif - - 1 --, . W- t'-.. Q -:Hz-?" , -ts 1 Ia: I ' , ia X Qin 43 llll, F". .V 1 .5 f' I I .I . Is f ' ' - -X., K I ., 4 I , II , I tt I X , . -I,.I ,,,,11,1 , I ,B ' " X-X ,- . -1 " 7 :li , ig 7 I -523' Q : , - f ' 5' 1 if fQla-f' " ' "T -f' : ' I I I' I I I I ' ' I I ' I I I I I 1 1 1 1 1 - n 1 ,Q 1 1 1 , ' . , , -. , I I 1 . I ' I .- L I. . . fx . . U1 l , N .Q - 1 1 ' I I ' I I I I 1 II 1 A 1 I 1 1 1 ' ' I 1 1I I 1 1 1 4 ' ' : I I I I I - 1 1 ' I y . . . . . . III I, I I I ' I ' 1 1 1 j ' I , l . . . I I I , I . . , - l 1 ' I E 1 Seated Maclcesy Heller feature edltors Standing Benson M Shlsmovutz G Zeegers l-lense Casper l-lartzelm M Marx Gerlclce Second row Jones Close Rehbeun Andrews With a Nose for News The steady sound ol tappnng typewrnters and the hum ol voices can be heard from the direction of the Talisman olluce almost any tame ol the day or night Worlclng wnth Mrss Marjorne Wllllams and Mr E J Goodrlch edntornal advlsers Marne Buchberger and Rosalund Shlrmovutz co edntors head a stall ol some forty people The Talrsman us published every Tuesday during the school year except vacatuons and ns dnstrnbuted during homeroom period Radlo Worlcshop and the Talzsman Stall have combined In a new venture thus year They presented a Tally Radio Show on the Ilulesgays alter vacatlons when no paper was pub as e Feature edltors Camilla l-leller and Janet Maclcesy supervise the specnal columns un the publlcatlons l"lerd nn the l-lalls Wax Worlcs and numerous othffr trmely columns are the productions ol thus Std The sports stall headed by Duclc Boronow covers all Al-IS athletrc events lntramurals and conference standungs are recorded lor the Interest ol the stu dent body The head wruters copy readers, and typnsts are the unsung heroes ol the lalzsman Stall Page 59 Seated Cleereman J Marx Standing Flrst row Ramsey Root Lemlce KdfW2IClC Eberhardt Standlnq second row Staldl Steiner Edltorual advisers Mass Wulluams and Mr Goodruch loolc over an ossue of the Talnsman Seated Boronow Standung Vogt Brentraclc Van Ryzun l-lelble , hi 2 1 l Xl .V a 9 A I . 1 n , , ' . ' : A , : ,4. . ' , 3 , ' I ' I I I I I I I A V ' I I . . , . X 64' A ,f L' S I A First row: Biason, Buchberger, R. Shlimovitz, Stewart, ' ' ' ' ' ' - ' . : , , , . , . ' 1 - f 1 ' 1 . 4 . . . - : A I : I V V I ' I t I I I I I Second row Ebben, Bush, Lrethen Furs! row Horn, Ranlun, Demoulun Second row Sorenson Lemlee Mr Krueger Gehrman Fnrstrow Kuschel Hoppe Lundqulst Casper Second row Herrmann Rehfeldt Benson Thoms Baum Lemlce Davis Belling First row LeMolne Mavis Stohlman Barlcer Second row Kllngblle,GoFf1n Sellg Mr Krueger McCarthy Brnetrnclc llehbenn Retza First row Heller Weiner Junge, Schuclcnect They Add the Ads Although members ol the edltorlal stall of the Talisman must rush around to meet a deadline every weelc, they are not the only busy and active members on the paper Behind the scenes, lceeplng the presses rolling, are the nndustrlous members of the Tally Busuness Stall headed by Mr Bruno Krueger Actually the stall ns divided Into two sec tions It IS the job of the advertising stall to secure contracts for advertmsements In the Tally from local buslness Farms The clrculatlng stall then talces over by collecting the money owed by the hrms lor the space sold to them lor their advertisements lnvaluable experience IS gained In newspaper vvorlc by the members In learning the business end of a paper This tralnlng develops such qualltles as cooperation, etllcnency, salesmanshnp, leadership dependablluty, and good judgment 7 Page 53 I A ' 1 1 - 1 ' , . : I I I ' 4 . 1 I .I I I I I 1 1 - 5 1 1 1 ,J, . . m. 7? 1 . . '5 4 fl s -V M l.'.. --V ' I I ' I I 1 1 ' 5 1 1 Standnng OBrnan Thoms Cleereman Buchberger l-leller Buason Seated Maclcesy Sslluman Ja La Rose Retza Standing Godfrey Sulluman Jo Ramsey Wadsworth Seated Stohlman Perschbacher Schubert Marslce Club members are enlightened about other countrues as Demlow leads a round table drscussnon Left to rrght Yee Bnason T rums R Paulauslcns Tlrums l Demlow A Yen for the Pen Students shovvung outstandung worlc on a publn cation stall lor one year and having hugh rades are ellglble for membership ID the Edward mnller chapter ol Quill and Scroll an honorary journalastlc society Mass Borghnld Anderson ns the faculty adviser The clubs mann project ns the publtcatron, Pat tems ofStar Dust, a booltletwntten ednted prunted and sold by Al-lS students headed by the Quill and Scroll group Throughout the year lnterestlng spealcers have been present at the monthly meetlngs and the hugh lught ol the year was the annual Christmas muslcale Qlllcers ol the organlzatlon thus year were Sue La Rose president Janet Snlluman vrce presndent, Wlnllred Retza secretary, and Janet Maclcesy treasurer btandnng Bellnng Schuclcnecht Junge Kueler Seated Chapnrtsley Standing Gehrman Kllngblle l-lorn Hoppe Seated Baum Casper Dybus Boettcher Benson Lundqurst Kuschel Standxng Eberhardt Demlow Mclntyre Close Steiner Courtous Seated Shlnmovntz Lemlce, Standl, Stewart Page 54 NN ' n '. - 1 .ull , f h U 1 Q A , S V V, r Us z., wifi" ,Al rt -A V' I L A':'l',It lx. - I ' . . . : I , l in I 'I I I'I ' I I I A I I I I ' I I 'I I ' ' I A .. . . ais- L Y 'l . , ,V-st l , , . . A A f , .,' .1 . . I 1 , . A ' . I I Al i . i . v u .4 l . i .. I . l . I - 1 1 'I 1 - 5 " , I I I I I ' Qqli 1 I. o V, 4, 1 I .f X . C 5 A, A gl ,, l . ' I I I ' I I I V I ' ' I I I I ' I ' "DQ Q 1 l r , T S I A I I I V, I S' : -I I ' I I . 2 , jf Yes or No? "Resolved: That the American People Should Reject the Welfare State." This is the subject of the debaters this year. After a month of reading and arguing, the seventeen people trying out were narrowed down to eight. This number was divided into two teams according to experience. Arguing affirmative on the First team were Jim Close and Gzzie Schmiege. Those on the negative side were Jery Polislcy and l-lelen l-leise. Those debating affirmative on the second team were Mary Kay Staidl and Steve Konz, while Naomi Cohen and John l"'lelble argued opposite them Before enter ing the district contest, Mr l-lubert Wetak sched uled many practice sessions with surrounding schools Evidently the rehearsals proved to be ellective, as the teams won six out of six debates at the district contest which was held at Appleton Following this victory the students were off to the regional contest at Stevens Point l.ady l.uclc deserted them on only one debate as they came through with hve outoisix They were now entitled to enter the state contest, which was held on February 24 The rewards for the members on the debating squads are many They are given a feeling of pride and glory in worlc well done but on the other hand much experience is gained in criticizing their own mistalces and shortcomings Techniques in the debating Field were mastered by the able arguers as is proved by the Fine record ZA. Polislcy Schmiege Close Heise 1-I-IL L ' is Cohen Maclcesy Stewert Staidl Konz Helble imma.. Close Schmtege Heise Polisky Page 55 On Stage, Everyone The Curtain Call Acting group consists ol over seventy members, all interested in dramatics. Try-outs lor the club are held in both the lall and spring, and the students who are outstandlng rn thenr dramatnc unterpretatlons are talcen unto the club The varned programs lor the club meetnngs are planned lmmednately wrth the students themselves talczng part ID the dlrectlon and acting Plays, readlngs, and slcnts are given and dlscussed The programs also nnclude advice on stage and malce up technuques The school events whrch the club sponsors are entertann ang as well as Interesting Curtain Call presents the annual Christmas play and short one act plays The older members ol the club enjoy coachlng the sophomores lor thenr Soph Talent Show Presrdent Harry Clarlc presides over the meetnngs wnth the capable asslstance ol l-lelen l'le1se, vnce presldent, Sue l.a Bose secretary, and Wrnnune Retza treasurer Mass Ruth Mclfennan rs the club s advlser Standing Buesnng Parnell Cooper l-loeppner Thompson Beelen Chudacolsl Arft Sugman Seated Hart Muller Peterson McGraw l N l lZfQ?l f Standmg Schiller Schwebs Beavers Shllmovntz P Srllrman Jo Schmrege Slllrman Ja Stewart Cameron Baum Wadsworth Close Seated Karwenclc Mr Wretnng Retza Clarlc l-lense La Rose Mlss Mcliennan Schubert Standlng Cloak Mclntyre Kloehn Rammer Bauerfeund 'Nleldhold Peotter M Lemons Bloomer Norman Shlrmovltz M Smyrneos Peotter P S 'U Standung Graper Bosser Call Taylor Peterson Rubbert Myers l-lardt Neu man Dorn Stammer Demlow Brewster l-lelble Seated Landis l-loelzel Ney Page 56 Girard Zeegers S Zeegers G Stohlman l-'lemrotz Benson ' I I l In : . i I I I l A I 'I . I I 'I ' ' ' - ' . I . I 'I A I I I I I I V ' : I ' I I I I I 1 ' I , 1 ' ! h . ' 1' , - I .H 1 A - M-S - 1 7 gl ,L 1 K ,,,, n .4 ' 1 ' M V. , ' ,B A C S K , U K ' v ,, f I -vt , -'Rf' 5 . ' W ' A X , .. ' , . V rf, ' 'Q S S I ' , 1 Lx g 5 . .f X, x 'T S Z - 1 - 1 1 1 1 1 1 - I 1 1 1 1 I . A 1 ' A 1 1 1 - 5 .1 I 1 1 1 1 -1 1 1 1 1 I -1. A Donovan, Gee, St. Prerre, Elsele. Seated: McGowan, Crowe, Menzner, Oake, Casper, O Brlan, Dybus, , . , ' ,U 'll Q f a X l 1 I ' 1 lv l 1 J X " I 1 , 4 l 1 l L A , W ,S ' 1 ' . 5 f. ' . E 5 5. Q K - f 2 I 4 1 5 1, , 4 - 4 . C : 6 , 1 ,7 ' -wi ' 41 i rf, g - gg- -f-U 7 ,. - : ' if Y, 'fg , x Q 1 P - fi -- ' " ' F- 5 c, 1 ,.- -, E'C'4 S L I I t 'gb' f ,I , 1 X , Z Xt Z - -X 1 i X ' 1 3 1 1 1 1 1 1 I 1 I ' 1 1. 1 1 1 - 3. A 1 I 1 I I 'I I 'I I I ' Back row Lewis Qhman Demlovv Second row Lemke Dachlet l-lollenback Front row Spaulding Felton Konz Play Buoys All the backstage activities without which no play or other performance would be complete are provided by the members of Curtain Call Produc tion lhis club is divided into four main sections which consist of stage craft makeup lighting and properties lhe activities of these groups are based on original work guided by Mr Jack Burroughs and Nlss Gene Warzinik faculty advisers of the c u Regular meetings on the second and fourth lhurs days of each month are called to order by the president Dick Demlow and are often held jointly with the members of Curtain Call Acting Some of the projects completed during the year were the operetta the Sophomore lalent Show the Christmas play the Sen or Class play and several one act plays Membership to this organization is obtained through an apprenticeship A junior member must participate in the staging of two minor and one major production before he becomes a Full fledged senior member 'fo 'map' --' Milfs av' All ilig iii Ag, Back row: Rosensweig, Airis, Forrest, Schommer, Marshall. Front row: l-lomes, Williams, Reider, '3 B' Back row Unmuth Schroeder Lemke Ernst Third row Ramsay Eberhardt Pehbein Campshure Benson Second row Caliebe l-lill Deflerding Cavanaugh Allen Krueger Front row Schucknecht Petza Wichman Maes 2-., 3 Back row Landis Rehbein Stewart McGraw Third row Maes B Wilkinson Willoughby Kahler Second row Rehfeldt Mackesy Christianson Wetzel Front row Selig Ponath Hammer Crane Odegard Radtke Geenen Back row Buchberger Engler Staidl Second row Foth Gehr mann Jesse Front row Root Lueders Bowlby Boettcher Cole l if I?-iw Back row: Radtke, Marske, Pickett, Darling, Luebke, McGee, l-lartjes. Front row: Barker, l-lartzheim, l-leselton, Bowlby, Totten, Perschbacher, Lopas. Page 57 l-larnman Busch Ort Bentle l-lart Jennerjahn Standmg Sachs Berger LeMo1ne Seated Schmrdt Marslce Schrage Mass Muellce Mass Baerwaldt, LeMorne Readers Guldes The Library Staff at Appleton Hugh School con venes rn the llbrary on the frrst and thrrd Wednesdays of each month Business meetlngs are directed by Mass Ruth Meellte llbrarlan, and Mass Ethelwyn Baerwald, assistant llbrarlan Each carefully chosen member performs the dutaes of a llbranan and devotes extra time and effort to other numerous taslcs Among these services, often talten for granted, are mending boolcs, taltrng care of recent perlodlcals checlung boolcs frllng clap prngs, pamphlets, and pictures and extenslve clerr cal worlc The staff also prepares clever Informative dlsplays for the bulletln boards ln lceeplng with tradrtlon the staff holds a Christ mas tree trlmmung party each winter Adding to the holiday splrrt was the colorful dnsplay, entltled Chrustmas Music on the mann bulletin board The library contains more than 12 O00 boolcs and rs adequately supplied vvrth ample references for nearly any subject New boolcs to be purchased are discussed and evaluated by the staff before selection The members of thus organnzatuon not only offer their efflclent servrce to Appleton l-lrgh School but also obtain many enriching and valuable experiences for themselves Page 58 Zimmerman f-loeppner McGee OBrran Lambrecht Phllllppl Gresenz Groth Dybus Crane ,Z 'f' , X, ' ' ,n I V Q, - , V. ll fl fl 1 ' 1 l' Q5 ai, 'N ' iii? 1 lt E121 L " Z l . In , ll ll 6 Zi? 1 Ffh-' - 1' F ,, :fi 'td-5 Standing Mr Clmon Mollrneau Mass Roblchaud Busch Harrlman Demoulm, Phllllppl Seated Schmidt Relnke Buchberger Cleereman Werner Standing Mr Krue er Gast Gehrman Simpson Lundquast Llethen M Bnese eated Ort Kuschel Hoppe Brerer Casper Keynotes The members of the Commerclal Club are senior commercial mayors who malntaln an M average Organized In 1936 thus club meets twlce each month, the hrst meetrng IS one of business and the second IS a social gatherlng held at the home of one of the members Through observation and personal Interview, the members broaden their vnews of the busnness world Durung the meetings the club receives valuable First hand rnformatnon from guest speakers Their own experuences are re lated by the students who hold varlous posntuons The pnmary objectrve of the club ns to prepare for a permanent full time posltnon nn the near future Among the projects completed thrs year were the following pruntung and plannmg home coming programs, pack ang Thanksgiving and Christmas baskets for needy famllues, carollng In hospitals, and the typing of entries to Patterns 0 Star Dust, as requested The ofhcual club pun, a munrature shorthand book with an engraved pencrl on the nght side was chosen thus year by the members The officers of the club were as follows Elnor Hoppe, president Jomce Gehrman, secretary Betty De Moulin, treasurer, Ardrs Lund urst, hlstorran Phyllis Casper, club reporter Mnss Laura Llvermore, Mass Leone Roblchaud Mr Vernon Thorson,ClVlr Herbert rmon, and Mr Bruno Krueger are the Faculty club advisers Page 59 f -za r 4: jf. 1 1' I 1 1 1 ' 5 .1 1 1 1 5 - gl 1 1 1 1 1 r' ' 5 1 1 1 1 - I ' 1 ' I I i i . . I Standlng Ready Stueclc Van Handel Seated Tusler Shea Zoellc li-4 Seated Zeutzrus Lelnrnger Lanser Pltz Krueger li Standlng Kung Path Seated McEathron Muller Rertzner Page 60 Standing Oberg Strleby Frank Rubbert Mr Babler Roll Em Showrng hlms to varlous classes, prevnewrng hlms for teachers and carlng for equipment are only a small part ol the job of a member of the Audio Visual Ands Club It IS an outstandlng organnzatlon and IS hrghly recognlzed and appre clated by the enture student body To become a member of this club one should be scholastlcally ellgrble and show competence an handling equipment Before he IS admitted to this club he passes a test to Indicate how much he has absorbed from the rnstructlon given to the students who wash to be In the club The test rnvolves the operation ol movre projectors and The Visual Aids Club shows movies rn the audrtoruum, talces care of the mrcrophone at games and assemblles and handles public address systems lt should also be on call to and teachers In the operation of an audio visual and The meetlngs are usually held once a month on Wednesday but speclal meetings may be called at different times Alter many of the business meetings entertainment IS provided At the meetings the boys see movies and discuss them they learn how to talce care ol playbaclcs, learn to operate slides and hlm straps art projectors and opaque projectors and learn how to operate the school recorder Several projects that are carried out by the club are the malclng ol slides maps etc lo school use and club programs Thus club was organized rn 1945 by a group ol boys Interested In nmprovrng hlm condltnons at AHS Audlo Visual Ards co presidents this year were Lowell Leunun er and Walter Z2UtZlUS They were asslsted by on Lanser vrce president, Tom Prtz, secretary, and Jum Krue er treasurer The club sponsor us Mr Marvin Ba ler I 5 1 4 - I A Q- L ' L I' X Q ... . Q, x' - . E, . t ' 3- Y- 4 l 3 I lf 1 1 1 ' ' 1 , , . : , , . s , E rv", " . l -4 , A . . V. , . - - A 'Y . f . . the safe handling of Film. , 1.5 ' ' ' ' , 4, . . . 3 l 1 . l 1 1 A 1 - A ' . . I K A - V . 1 - l l wi f ' ' , , . f - .4 Q l ' N . ' t , . , . . . . V If Xxx s I . . . V - . . . xxx 'lp . l' . . A , U . I - Q I lil.-5 V , "I . - E I n ' : ' , . 1 , ' , ' . Flash Fans Photography enthusiasts of Appleton High School ex- press themselves and increase their knowledge as mem- bers ol the Camera Club. The purpose of this club is to give students an oppor- tunity to improve their photographic techniques and to instill in them a greater appreciation of the art ol photog- raphy. This year, co-advised by Mr. Vernon Zimmerman and Mr. Owen Reppert, the Camera Club completed a wide variety of projects, Talks by experienced cameramen, Field trips, and movies highlighted the club's semi-monthly meetings. Photography and some developing and printing for the Clarion are handled by the Camera Club. Gllicers elected for this year were Harry Clark presi- denti Eugene Courtois, vice-president, and Mary Lou Steiner secretary-treasurer. 0,1 in,- . f wi ,J , Standing: Sigman Hendricks Jones. Seated: Jahnke Koesler Aures Staidl. felhgr Ohmd n Doll' Har d H lland Manger Gresznz oi ram Ro enswelg lHlOllrheSSto29bauel' Wo S Stan lnzeated Bentle "U Mr Reppert Mr Zimmerman Patten Yee Cooney Spalding Derby Courtois Clark Page 61 Q., fbi' Lf- kc ff S f 5 ff:-'XQ .f-Y' if it J "Mi".rf5 vi iiiyfwyl ,AQ is! Standing Lewls Flscher Vandenberg Schuh Stack McGraw Homes Seated Nabbeleld Geenen Philipp: Olson Page 69 If--"- nw' Standmg Kloehn Odegard Ayers Tlrums Posmak Seated Cohen LeMonne Wrlloughby Breclclnn With a Deb and a Splatter Art Workshop which IS a club lor anyone Interested In art, not necessaruly llmlted to those enrolled In art classes, seems to be thoroughly enjoyed by Its members The group, supervised by Mr Kenneth Kuemmerleln meets every Wednesday alter school projects which Include the enture group are publlclty ID the lorm ol posters lor school actuvrtles such as plays dances and the operetta, and displays rn the lobby and on bulletin boards around the school Projects vvhuch the members as lndlvlduals enjoy unclude Christmas cards lnlc drawings, water colors clay worlc, metal worlc, such as malclng jewelry lrom snlver charcoal drawings chlp carvmg oll paintings, portrants ID dnllerent mediums and leather tooling The members galn not only many uselul hand made artrcles but also valuable experience and knowledge ln many drllerent phases ol art worlc K , R ' J f" g -Hy '1. ...i1,, gl E X I I W ..... 1 7 ful:-i' K N ' fg f ' R W ""'l I . K If X "-L' , li V ' 1- , , K . X X X f 755 'r- 'Q f y s icfi- s X yi 't T4 I ' 'f"' f-s --'f ' x - X Z , X - kg, , V V g ' 1:1111 , - 7 - ,. Z 7 7 Qi! . -f:,,- 5+ f .-. or -'-' A 1 ' ,Z 9' I i O -. V Z I I I 4 I I I h . ' Z I I I ' . ,aa- I MK. . . I s 7 K A - - 4 . Ar' ' ' V . Aw if 'il Q . D ' , Q r , ' . I D I - lf' 0 A XJ 2 . ' 7 l . I 1 w ' 'A ix ' ' ' " I yum .5 -za . . . . . ' . .i ,r 5 I C U I I I I 9 , , - - 1 4 Z A I A I I VIA A 1 1 - V A h ' : 1 1 1 - , if Back Peotter Rammer Center Wohlford Roeder Caesar Front Wulknnson Norman Lemons Cooper Twinkle Toes Each sprung the gurls IH Crchesus put on a program Thus program consnsts of numbers nn the nnterpretuve dance style The members relate uncmdents through various body movements This lclnd of dancing rs qulte recent and the club lands much enjoyment nn rt This year the theme of the program was T6l2VISIOD Different televmslon acts were rnterpreted with each member of the club partlclpatlng rn lndlvrdual dances and the whole group dancnng un the hnal dance Joan Donovan was president whale Charlotte Darlnng Januce Bowlby, and Edith Dybus were vnce president secre tary and treasurer respectively Nllss Kay l'lettng IS the club advlser Cloclcwise: Bowlby Stammer Karweiclc Langdolc Brewster Lemlce Glassnap Scott Eisele Heselton. Back: Sigman, Silliman,,Ja., Silliman, Jo., Engler. Back Dybusl Darling. Hom: gowlbyl Donovan- Front: Marslce, Schaller, McGee, Puckett. Page 63 Q- eff r G dag 43 Baclc row Olson Kosltzlce Strleby Cameron Hoh lleltzner Langenberq Front row Bgiilc Goree, McElroy Blanlcenburg, nmovntz Groth Shultz Schultz Detferdlng, Andrews Detferdnng Schommer Cohen Kiefer, Llethen Mr Scrnbner Zeiss Koehler Nature Lovers The Nature Club under the dlrectlon ol Mr Charles Scrnbner IS ol very helpful and worth whale servlce to AHS Each year at Christmas time you wxll hnd gally decorated halls and colorful wreaths an the wlndows as a result ol the tume and ellort ol the Nature Club members They also talce charge of the museum, which IS directed by a student curator, elected by the club They mount museum specimens and acquannt new members with the mysterles of the woods and their Inhabitants The meetings are held every other Wednesday At many ol these meetings the members see hlms, hear spealcers and listen to tallcs gnven by different members of the club Field trlps are planned to acqualnt members with out of door llle Ar thus tnme the members have an oppor tunlty to observe and appreciate the mysterles ol the woods and thenr nnhabntants Rabblt trapplng furmshes lun and excitement lor the male members ol the club The club partlcupates In the Junior Academy of Sclence whlch promotes nndnvldual research nn all phases ol science The olllcers who helped plan the actlvatles of this busy organlzatnon thus year were Charles Koehler pres: dent, Dan Schommer vlce president, Pat Bllclc secretary, Steve Konz treasurer Page 64 I mf- V Q W' 3 1 1 1 1 1 1 .- 5 1 1 '. ' I 1 1 1 1 - 1 1 1 . , , . - 1 I - ' 1 ' ' 1 ' 1 ' Top row Bohnsach Bartz Maes Hollenbaclc Schroeder Hinz Guthu Front row Wautlet Rammer Kuehnl Schoettler Hoffman Sengstoclt Sportsters Maes Bohnsaclt Bartz Kuehnl Schoettler l-linz Wautlet Sengstoclc Hoffman Schroeder Hollenbaclc Gut u Rammer. Maes, Campsure, Hinz, Ayers, Heller, Buluheris, Hoffman, Kunstman, Goffin. GAA The Girls Athletic Association under the competent direction of Miss Pauline Gaertner was at its highest pealc this past year. The meet- ings held every Thursday opened by Lois Bohn- saclc, president, with the assistance of Rita Waut- let as vice-president, and Mary Hollenbeclc as secretary-treasurer. Competing in sports such as baslcetball, soc- cer, softball, tennis, speedball, volleyball and bowling are not the only efforts. At the games the girls sold refreshments such as pop, candy bars, gum and ice cream bars. One item which receives constant care annually is the care of hoclcey sticks, Another is the cleaning of the school trophies, which always get their undivided attention. For first year participation as a member ofthe G.A.A., a girl receives the G.A.A. emblem if she has collected a rather high total of points. The reward for the second year is a letter. The third and last year she may win as a reward an identification bracelet. The points are given for participation in games and for the winning of each game. Page 65 Bacln row: Mavis, Mueller, Schulze, Bohnsaclc, Kluball. ThIrd row: Retza, Stewart, Riesen- weber, Gygi, Eggener, Second row: Kahler, Craven, Call, Andrews. Front row: Ertl, Sigman, f-lartjes. Back row WhItIng Van Ryzm Mr BacIch Van Rooy Hoffman ThIrd row Lueders KIefer StrIeby Gnmes Melchert Lembclce Second row Batley WIIkInson Aures Bentle Front row Hartjes Cohen Rehbem Back row McCann Bethe Schultz Kloehn ThIrd row Duhnlce McEathron Caesar, Na varette Gremer Maes Second row Krueger Van RYZIF1 Kasworm BreItrIclc Front row Rehbem Darlmg Heller Sweet Strmgs You ve guessed Itl lhe orchestra under the enthusIastIc guIdance and dIrectIon of Mr Anthony BacIch con tInued to grow ID personnel and esprIt de corps lhe Interest has Increased IU the past several years and contInued to expand as the year progressed perhaps the rrost Important season for the orcnestra ha been the sprung because then they subfn tted three Important performances lhe fIrst was played for the assembly followed by the sprIng benefIt concert gnven by the musIc department of Appleton l-hgh School FInally came the most Important and clIrraxIng event of the year the fVlusIc l:estIval at Q hlcosh In AprIl len schools partIcIpated I thns tourna ent nurrerous solos and ensem le were entered COmD2lIflV2lY And so as the year draws to a close so does another profItable season of the orchestra Y I 4 I I I h I ' I I I 4 'h h Z I I I I I I ' ' 1 I k I I ' I 1 I . 1 , I I I - ' In I H .I - I I ' 2 I I I ' Z I I ' Hchords, chords . . . and more chords. Give me A . , . Sound D , . . What's your G?" l I I I . S , . I I ' ' s ' ' . ' - n I -m , -' I ' b s Back row Engel Kottler Simpson Jarvis Brinkman Duhnl4e,McEathron,Dlm1cl4 Third row Pislovs Krueger Mueller Schroeder Bogan Jorgenson, Grunwald, Ekern Vanden Boom Second row Kiefer Strieby Lueders, Massey, Saiberlich, Pehleldt Front row Aures Warner Willcinson. Left standing Mr Moore Van Pooy Schuh Hohfmann Fourth row Nelson Pedlin, Lowry. Third row: Kositzlce, Peters Grimes Melchert Lewis Lembclce Second row l-loltman Zeutzius Richmond. Frontrow: Schwebs,White- loot Right standing Starlc Saeclcer Third row Dalton Thiel Landis Van Pyzin, Patterson, Whiting. Second rowr Zeiss Brinkman Front row Bentle Batley, Flats or Sharps Hclarinets, louder. , . lrombones, solter . , . Cornetsl Where in the world were you on that last strain?" All these weird sounds you can hear coming From our Fourth hour band re- hearsal. Une ol the best organizations this year. as shown in the past years, was the band under the competent direction ol Mr. E C. Moore. lts apparent capacity has been tested and proven by the ovations it has received and by its numerous appearances on various programs. Gur members participated in the yearly music festival, annual Christmas concert, graduation, and a performance lor our student body as well as the junior high schools Qur pep Band is always on the iob at "pep sessions" and home games playing selections iilce "Appleton.l' Hfnlma Mater," and novelty marches containing medleys ol tunes to give our boys the right lilt anc our school a greater spirit as well Despite the anxiety vvhen Mr Moore pulls out the little yellow caros. the members play with great dexterity when being tested Page 67 Altos First row Caesar Glassnap Slneps Nuttung Second row Coburr Breztruck l-lense Herrman Breclclun Thurd row Bosser Buesnng Cooper Godfrey Alton Landis f 1 f M f 'II j I 1 Ilflf 2 Z!! f iff If 1 Jfr Tenors and Basses Flrst row Bartman Steffen Kahler Beavers Second row Dachelet Yule llubbert Hem Krahn Third row l-lardt Grist Krueger Graper Mlellce Vogt Clark Fourth row Murphy Keating Sternagel Shackleton Thompson Lewns Jahnlce Taylor Potter Somanos Furst row Buesch Ponath Bnason Second row Stead Le olne Schlller Marslce Thrrd row Staedt Oalee Neuser Gartz Hamg Mendam Page 68 42' I A Sample Melody Though the songs sung by the AHS chorus whlch conslsts of hlty three mem bers are lar from sample as the tltle suggests, It IS not all worlc and no play Through the excellent leadershlp of Mess Marian Ger lach, the chorus presents a variety of both heavy and light music The operetta whnch as presented every lall ns the cause ol much excltement among the members The rehearsals are begun al most Immediately alter school has started The result IS a thoroughly enjoyable per lormance whuch always attracts a large audlence As soon as the hustle and bustle ol shlppnng costumes and music have dled down, the preparatnon lor the Chrnstmas concert ns started Followung thus event, the chorus performs lor the student body each sprung often presentung some of the lestuval numbers whlch have been prepared lor the Vocal Music Festival whrch IS held ID the Fox River Valley area Besrdes partucupatrng In these many dCtlVIllCS, the group manages to present concerts for various organuzatlons and schools throughout the cuty All thus IS accompllshed through the earnestness and slncerlty and hard worlc ol the leader and members 1 1 1 - 5 1 1 1 , 1 I , , '. f . , If 1, 1. 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Page 69 B0 Q R we Q F R -if clc Ohman and Chuclc Spald if OXN Page 70 V to e 5 o ZQWQ' GQ 696 8 QWC cg9Nq'l ROS n w a stretch rom Wrld Bull l-llccup Clyde Arft and Tom Bloomer romenade at the top Joan Grlesbach Maurice Howell Jnm l-leumermann are meetnng forthe square dance at the left The musical number at the rnght ns a scene from Tea For Two Club 53 The audience was royally entertauned when It vusnted Club 53 October 6 1950 Between acts two wrtty and nncldentally handsome emcees told yoltes and descrnbed the ect to follow Versatnlaty un the sophomore class was surely ev: dent Singing tap dancing ballet, square dancing rmttatlons pantomumes, Flash baclcs and Instrumental musuc were part of the program Faculty advisers for the productnons were Mass Ruth Mclfennan organizing the show Mr ,lack Bur roughs, rn charge ol baclcstage and lvllss ene Warzlnrk,handl1ng malce up Sentor members ol Curtaun Call helped to coach the rndevudual acts ff . tl ll r r 1 N ' - , ' .N ' N x It 'if ,, A W P " ,, : 7" if ja gig Q 1 f x V . 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L,-4.1 7 --v'-x Q Jmzyak gd i --va At the top sensors and Mass Stewart are malcrng hom poms the German Clubs Float rs at the left and some soph gurls seem to be gummrng up the worlcs for Oshkosh at the parade ECI oft We e end dnCEf Page 71 . 4' . D 42 1. , , 4 4 5 Q t I fel 4 - , , . TI n X: I X gf' Q! A nl H Q .5.., 1 ' x Q J 4 44 T f 4 4.4: 14,-4 I .4 4 " Q ' ,- ' 33 V K N9-. . X f 0 'J' , ' 4 ,, ,A f.45Q?s:yb7r 4 4 4 2: el A . an -1 1- 4 4l - 1 Q 'LQ it R. "' Q me A T. -1. r r A l I Q ' 1- . 4, t, y Q . 1 4 4 4 --1 fy - X Q W f A f L . f' . tl 4 . r ' , ,, - f A , ,Br--'.-'t' L " I rf li f,:j, 1' Q, -JPL: V JW" AJ? , W ' ft gf f ass-"i'4 " 1 . ' U ' ,xx ,, 4 A r-' I U 3 'f h?A iga , it r 4. 3 3 'eq A C -Q. Nh , hr n Q "' 4' x K. ' 4 V1 J K, ,4 ' 4. r- 4 4 ' gy Jig 4w4 1',': 4. . 2 - I , . . 4 I . F- ' no ' 4 ' , . ,au t . up ' , - ' , Am ' ', ' A. 4,.,. . . 4 K 4 4 ,gy ' 33+ 44 , t ,444 44,4s4 'tg lim HY. ' lm' 'M 9 4, I 4,r' 4 X x . J n U' . 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Xfffed From the Subllme White lrrs was the wrnnlng serrous declam, glven by Janet Slllnman on January 18 lt was a dra matlc, heartwarmung story wrrtten by Roberta Shannon about Jasmine and her jealous slster, Marcla Marcia confessed of havrng pushed her down the stairs rn a Frt ol envy causing her to be an Invalid Everyone enjoyed the lovable l Remember Mama by Kathryn Forbes given by Sue Benson, who dld a hne job The Promise, by Mnldred Cum, a tale of a young couple who were drlltung apart because ol thenr ca reers was grven by Joan Sllllman Alter a car accrdent they met Peter, an old Swlss, and through has larth they were reunited Dlclc Boronow gave The Man Wrthout a Coun try by Edward Everett l-lale, whnch was about the sad llfe ol Phnllp Nolan, who was never again to see or hear the name ot the United States, but he became most patrlotuc In has older years Wrnter Wheat by Mnldred Wallcer was Ca mrlla l-leller s selection It was the story ol a gurl who Iedms that love ,S Something that grows like Wmter Standrng Taylor Petersen Seated McCarthy Cloak Chudacolf wheat as her Russian born mother compared It The humorous declamatlons caused the audrtornum to roclc wrth laughter on January Q4 Nancy Chudacoll won hrst place grvlng The Speech Judge s Nightmare, by John Martrn She portrayed character from declamatnon to oratrons so well that everyone could barely stop laughrng Janet Petersen gave Especially Father, by Gladys Bagg Taber, who humorously wrote of her own father Professor Bagg formerly ol Lawrence College and hrs hularlous experiences l-lanmbal s Wedding Belle, by Halton G Turner given by Mary McCarthy was about two old mauds who were busily preparung lor a weddrng at which one of them was to be the blushrng brrde Andy Lou Cloalc portrayed a young gurl who won her way Into a boys heart In a humorous way wath the help of her St Bernard puppy Wall he bite? In The Sensational Type by S S Pugh The lrvely Gulbreth boys trap March on Washington by Grlbreth and Carey to vlslt the presldent and Mrs l-loover was given by Reed Taylor wnth excellent expressuon Mass Ruth Mclfennan coached the serious declamatlons, and Mr Kenneth Sager coached the humorous 1.1 Sllllman Jo Heller Boronow Benson Sllluman Ja Page 79 n " , . Y' . - . 1 7777 , . , -r rr I 1. , ., I - 1 .. I 1 ' r .. , .. I 1 - 1 . . I I - ni . . . , Z I I I I I I I I I .. , 4 H . I . -- , .- 1 I I I , it I D . " , . r 1 1 rr , , H A 1. I H , . ' . , - - I . . . . -4 , H I II I . 1 1 ' 'fi 5 V l 1- ' -. A " I 1 - ., - W Q' e . 5 ' EJ Y I .MI r U 4 1 P . ' , X , 1 X 1 . ' , ,, f. - . aa., -. . 1 -1 1 1 1 1 - -'A www' in O04 9! aww ' 9" H CODVIDCCTS Cn February 'l4th, the annual l-leiss Qratorical Recital was held in memory ol William l-leiss, the First Appleton soldier to be killed in World War l. Qscar Schmiege, First place winner, was outstand- ing in his oration, "This Nation, Under God." ln Diclc Demlow's oration, "Forgotten Man," he described the care of the mentally ill in the United States. "For Whom the Bell Tolls," the oration ol Helen Heise, dealt with the re- sponsibilities ol the United States in the world today. "American Free Enterprise" was the title ol Jim Closes selection. l-le showed how the American people have a responsibility to preserve free enterprise. Mr. Kenneth Edge and Mr. Kenneth Sager were the coaches. E13-e ', Scar K xg! Standing: Richard Demlow, Jim Close, Oscar Schmiege. Seated: Helen Heise. 50617, lb ge Page 73 V Oxlsw ef e UN D Hefse No IF s And s, or But s The annual Bolton Roth Extemporaneous Spealcrng Recrtal was held Apr1l4 'l95'l The hrst speaker Jerry poluslcy was judged the most outstandrng spealcer and wrll have has name engraved on the l-lall ol Fame l-lls toplc Can Red Chnna Stay IU Korea? dealt wrth the present world srtuatnon Marte Buchberger the second spealqer gave her vrevvs on What Economrc Controls Mean to the Average American l-ler examples showed how Wage controls and price controls allect the average cltlzen The Proposed plan For a 'lvvelve month l-lugh School Year was the topuc ot l-lelen l"lelse Thus toplc had much audience appeal and l-lelen especlally pornted out the bad cqualutues ol such a plan regardung both the teacher and stu ent Rosallnd Shlnmovltz spol4e on The problem ol European Defense and l-low It ls Belng Met She showed that the defense ol Europe was an outgrowth ol the Atlantrc Pact and that many problems vvere concerned wtth the rearma ment ol Germany ln Brll Joyces topnc Can lnllatlon Be Curbed he expressed the vlevvs and ttrtudes ol the average Amerl can regarding untlatlon Each ol the participants, coached by Mr E John Goodruch, was gsven the olhcual lorensrc pun by Mr l-lelble Marne Buchberger Bull Joyce Rosalrnd Shlrmovrtz l Page 74 4. 4 as 'II 1 27 X 3 'Ins K Illia KK ' H 5 , D D i I I ' I , l I A I . .I . if I . - V' . . . . , , . 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I . 6 . .- Mr l-lelble Ossue Scltmmnege Jack Lnmpert Sharley Zeegers Gretchen Sclnwebs and Duck Rosensweng are busy planning lyceums for the year Mary Kay Staudl Jonnce Gehrmann and Charlotte Darlnng are busy applying malce up for an assembly program Betty Beyer, a dramatnst from North page 75 western Unrversuty, ns caught at a tense moment of the assemblles On Stage Sclnool ts not all worlt and no play Evldence ol tlwus ms tlwe lyceums and assemblies tlwat are presented durtng the course ol tlwe year 'llmese periods are greatly antnclpated and apprecrated by tl'1e student body llwere rs mucl1worl4bel'alndtl'1ese many actlvl tres wlnclw could not be put on wntlwout co operatron and and from the students Some of tlwe more Important jobs are planning tlwe pro grams setting up the scenery gettlng tlwe proper llglwtrng ellects malclng up tlme cast, and llnally putting on tlwe program John Crass and Stella Carney, Arnstocrats of Balance, are balancing on a table, four coke bottles, and two chanrs , F 7 tt, ty , v 5 v x.. ll 1 s 'F , J l ' I - u N -. X I 5 t-X J f r , t- 5 A 4 A Y l - ' ' , . Ken Felton is worltung on scenery lor one 4 1 A I , I I I I ' f ll or M. ! t , I A .. t - ., - : ' ' x M . . . .- X . I . . - C . . . Q I - I I h XY 1 I I Q ,ff Dave Mclntyre confuses Diclc Boronow, and Myra Sigman in "Elmer andthe Soprano." Faye Brewster and Myra Sigman, also in 'iElmer andthe Sopranof' Drama in One Act llwe lirstlproduction ol Curtain Call vvas fa comedy, "Elmer and tlie Sopranofi given on Qctober 19. lliis is tlie tlwird play in tlie iflmerii series, by Mrs. Beatrice McNeil vvlwicli lias been given at Appleton l'ligl'i Scliool. line play vvas as mucli a lwit as tlie previous plays in tlwe series' Mblmeri' and 'Elmer and tlie Love Bugw Elmeris troubles began wlien a little soprano lrom tlie country descended on tlne liouseliold privacy and upset everyones plans, particularly Elmeris. Elmeris genius and cleverness in solving lwis problem vvere iiumorous. Curtain Calls annual Christmas play, vvlwicli vvas Dickens ifliristmas Carol," vvas produced on December 18. ln tl'ie vvell- loved story about Scrooge, tlwe tliree Spiritsfcliristmas past, present, and Future, tlie acting group vvas at its best. 'llie liglit- ing ellects and stage setting were unusually ellective. lliis play was directed by Miss Mclfennan. Qn February l, clwills and tlirills were experienced by the liigli sclwool audience wlien tlie production and acting groups put on i'Wit's End' by Wall Spence. llie intriguing plot vvas vvoven about tlwe sinis- ter Dr. Damon, liis vvorlc, Family, relatives, and liouseliold guests. llwe last ol the group ol varied plays vvas presented in April. Ossie Sclimiege vvas Christmas Present in f ' 1- tfhe Qlrmstmds Cami." Jim Graper as Scrooge insults Reed Taylor in 'Allie Christmas Carol." Page 76 'gt- K- 'vig Barbara Karwerclc and Ossle Schmrege guests watch as Rosann l-lelnrntz confronts the insane Dr Damon CGeor9e Cameronb ln Wnt s End Wit s End S Q1 Sue Wadsworth who had lrnghtened the household guests and Gretchen Schwebs try to revnve Barbara Baum who as faunted George Cameron overcomes Claude Beavers when he mrerferes wrrh hrs Fnendnsh plans Page 77 Q . -1' " ... W V X ui . . . I I . . . 5 I K . ' Q J I I V A . , , I ' , ' 'il 1 , 'z , r K. . Af X A, ,- " 1 aj ,K 7 5 r 1, X ' x Vx " 9 4 1 'Y L.- ' x :. ' B, f , . Emi says "Smile a bit osief' When the curtain rose upon the senior class play Jos Boys Jo Meg and Amy March portrayed by Phyllis Alton Joan Srlllman and amllla l-leller vvere gathered IO Jos llvnng room Teddy Jos teen aged son Dem: Nans ardent sultor Emrl a breezy sallor and Dan an adventurer were por trayed by Dave Mclntyre lom lhompson D1cl4Sharratt, and l-larry Clarlc Drclc Demlow as Professor Bhaer and Laurie enacted by Dave Dorn were the husbands ol Joe and Amy Josre Meg s daughter, ambltuous to be a great actress Nan dreamung of being a doctor, and Bess a devoted daughter were played by Janet Sllluman Jeanne l-loeppner and Wrnutred Petza Mary, the houselceeper played by Ruth Landus as vvell as Mr and Mrs parmalee characterlzed by Jnm Graper and Nancy Chudacott and their daughter portrayed by Jacque Elsele made the most ol their humorous parts The play was directed by M1ssl2uthMcKennan and light ang was supervised by Mr Jaclc Burroughs whale malce up vvas durected by Mass Gene Warzunrk Amy watches her husband Laurue as he speaks Dem: begs Nan to marry hum srl u m .... ,.,- A u ..- Q,,,y V I I - Q' Q Wi X' :Wg ' - im." .Sw ,,, A L? a x t C - :L , 1 V, , f 1 a , Q 5473 QV fx' :' , Z. 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A -egg' fn ". 51: .af A OYUQQ I Q ' X Peasants John Helble Jnm Keating Don Hanneman Reed Taylor Mother Goose daughters Comme pondth phylhs and Claude Beavers Fllrt with Connie Beusch 'E Harry Clarlc captures the heart of Drana Schuller whule Ruth Landis comforts Connie Beusch Tom Thompson IS conhdang to Phyllns Alton Carol Oalce Joan Blason Connle Ponath Helen Helse and Nancy Marslce that he IS thenr father Alton Carol Oalce Helen Helse and Joan Bnason tallc to the prince John Mnelke Sweethearts Thus year the Appleton Hugh School chorus presented as nts annual operetta Sweethearts by Victor Herbert the mother ol the Sax Goslungs, namely Carol Oalce, Nancy Marslce Phyllis Alton Helen Hesse Connie ponath and .loan Blason Connue Beusch as Mother Goose s adopted daughter was really the mussnng pruncess and henr to the throne Diana Schnller played Lrane, a mllluner who pretended to he the adopted daughter alded by Jlm Graper Bull Ruppert, and Don Potter Harry Clarlc enacted the part of Lieutenant Karl, a hclcle soldier whsle Mnlcel or Tom Thompson thralled Mother Cuoose John Mlellce was the romantnc prnnce, Franz The Curtaun Call productxon crew headed by Mr Jaclc Burroughs provaded the scenery and lughtlng Malce up was dnrected by Mass Gene Warzunrk Mass Maman Gerlach and Mass Ruth Mclfennan durected the choral and dramatnc worlc respectuvely ar' PM Jnm Graper expuauns hxs plan to hnd the adopted daughter to Tom Thompson X T' i " ,T I, ,fe l W , X - v X' ,. T , 1 , r ' 4 " t n' t , 2 L Q 'v 'K tx ' ,, ' , I ' ,V . , v , r .Q , " . 7 ' is ' , 3 F 1 I t I 1 1 'S I ' I ' . I I V I I I , . i Q F T EQJL , Ruth Landis, proprietress ol the White Goose Laundry, was 'N ..tL 4 . H I ' ' ' I I I I I I 1,5 1 . . . . JL: A . , . . 1 1 1 H t l , A . . . , 3 ill! iff ' - - A 9 f" 8 C ' . . ' V ' I' I . . . . , - ' , . . . . . 4 I t . H X. K Q N . , , , ul' 'I sb X fy 5 A , Q . Y A , ga If ff, ' J I Ai l I I I' . I I I ' . ATHLETICS fvmzamgawmwezwww Qmfwzw 4644014641 WM .Www 'X u I I I ' , - Feats of Football 'WA sw. -than Back row Coach Hamann Wxlluams Kam G Noffke P Noftke Harrmann Bloomer D Geenen Groth Lopas Nleland Schemmel Landuslcy Brandt Roeder Hannemann W Geenen Redlln Relnlce Mgr MOCYICRC Front row Mgr Felton Coenen Kappel Schultz Slevers Mascot Schulze Mlellce Kottlce McHugh Engel Mclntyre Helmermann Brandl Keeprng pace wlth the Appleton football teams of recent years the 1950 Terror grnd squad distinguished Itself wlth seven wlns and only one defeat Rated low ID preseason predictions the lerrors surprised the prophets of the sport pages by wlnnnng sux of thenr seven conference games and second place an the Fox River Valley Conference Head coach Ade Dlllon assisted by lane coach Ray Hamann turned out a truly great 1950 Appleton football team Appleton opened the season agaunst the Bluejays of Menasha The lerrors rolled over Menasha by Q0 Q Sheboygan North was Appleton s furst conference vlc tum omg down Q0 6 Following up vlctory number one the errors surprised their followers by dumping highly rated Fond du Lac 'lQ 7 Ray Hamann s lune showed its true colors un thus contest by three tnmes holdnng off Fondy wuthun the fave yard llne Appleton established Itself as a conference power by scoring a Q0 6 wan over Green Bay West Green Bay East then brolce Appleton s victory strung 'I3 6 on a field drenched In raun Tabbed the best team In the conference In the last ten years, the Red Devils went on to an undefeated season and an undisputed conference champlonshlp the follownng weelc by tapping Oshlcosh Appleton spoiled Sheboy gan Central s homecommg by slammrng the Redmen 91 7 A hughly successful football season ended with Appletons 136 conquest of thelr tradltuonal rnvals Manitowoc s Shrpbuulders Page 82 TERROR FOOTBALL SCORE BOARD Appleton Appleton Appletor Appleton Appleton Appleton Appleton Appleton Menasha Sheboygan North Foncl du Lac Green Bay West Green Bay East Oshkosh Sheboygan Central Manitowoc H M ls 'UWA I Q 'H 'fu '...' 5- ' ' t , - . h t ' 'rx . , ' 'F 3 C 7 7 E, Q fag, .t..s of g 'ia Klelgas, Wynen, Coach Dfllon. Middle rowzbllrainerlpfefferle, fhomaclc, Fduntain, Rbehr, Hartman, Robertson, Co-captaih Loclrlin, ,Co-captain ' A f , ,, Q0 .......... . Q ' ' . . . Q0 . . . , 6 ' - . 7 Q .. .. 19 ...... . . 7 I - . ' ' ' . , . 6 . , . . . .'l4 . . . . . . . . Q7 .... . . . . , . . 7 ' ' - ' ' . .. Q1 .. . 7 . . Q . . .v ...13 - ..,. .Una - 55 1' .1 Appleton opened Its conference grad season against the Golden Raiders of Sheboygan North Before meetung the Terrors the North boys were slapped wrth a defeat from Kaulcaunas Ghosts whale Appleton was mopplng up lVlenasha The Terror Rander contest was a loosely played affarr wrth Appleton playing heads up ball capltalrzlng picture W ld Brll Geenen does hrs best to block a pass Manltowoc had one of Its most tragic season When the dust of the 1950 conference grad race had cleared Manutovvoc found rtself at the bottom of the eught team heap with a record of no wnns and seven setbaclcs ln the Terrors frnal game of the season ,hm MacDonalds passnng and all around play was Instrumental rn the Manitowoc squads surprrslng showing against the Terrors who event ually triumphed 13 6 Below Ronnre Loclclln dns plays the form that won hum a berth on the All State eam ln nts second home contest the Terrors faced Green Bay West Laclcrng manpower through loss by graduatlon Wet nevertheless boasted a reason ably rugged ll The Green Bay team dlsplayed marked rmprovement as the season progressed The Terrors and Wrldcats met with opposite records Appleton won nts two conference starts whsle Green Bay was Issued two setbaclcs rn league con tests Below .hm Suevers prepares to greet the dust Ili' 'M' """'s'+'-lvvzrfff ':.t-ai to f-lomecommg matched the Blue and Grange agarnst the lndrans of Qshltosh l-llgh champions of the 1949 Valley Conference race Appleton had a two fold purpose In seelcmg victory over Qshlcosh Revenge was desrred over the team that durnng the 1949 football season had robbed the Terrors of the ame that would have clnnched an undusputed con erence crown for Appleton ln addltuon the Drllon men needed the wan whrch would lceep them rn the runnung for the 1950 champronshlp A con vrncung Q17 Appleton wnn attained both these goals Above Brll Brandt rams has way through the Oshlcosh lane page 83 rf .- N H e f ? 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Joe Miellce intercepts a pass and looks determined to go places. way for the man on the bottom to score Actlng as co captains of the 1950 Terror football squad were Ronnie Loclclln and Bull Brandt Both were named to the Valley all conference team whsle Loclclm galned a berth on the All State 11 Speedy, deceptive Terror hallbaclc Glen Klelgas ns shown goung through hrs pet maneuver clrclung the end ofthe opposutuon Z I 'Y Wh' 44 F, ,J 5-ap-.ar :Av lfrfvu ,K Q na A-0 2"V'lW'3'59A"" ' taS"'N'U"" 'K' 10 QQQ4 Duck Poeder C945 and Joe Muellce C995 helped pave the SDC P 3? 'V' 1 1 1 1 1 I 1 1 .1 , H v 1 -' 1 nb 'ft 1 - 1 , at Q an V ' 4 1' . , M4 A - 'Q 3, 1 N Y A V I , ' -I ' -- ' ' ,L ' v D 1 1 . 1 G Y, A' 1 . . ' V, . 1 1 . ' H' - . 1, . . - ,, a , f 1 1-32 Q , f' i ' 1 ,O .WY - ' .gy -. I W .- . ... , , ' ' ' ,s If A .Q ' , " 1 n 6 A ' .- V 1 W Q -- 3-A " 1 , ' I' f H55 'W ""g.g 1 1 it , V 1411 5 ugh, ,,:.1..1 1 p ,1 1 V . 1 ' 1 ., ,J 3 1, - A '14, 1 4 -f . ' ' . ' I 11 ,w,,,-A JWNPH' gf I r , .,f.- -. I v' M' I . law' y ' My Y zz ,.,., J , .-.-.R t L VL ,. ' , h I , -.1,. -, 1' . .,. Eli - t I' , 9 , 9 X i- 5 rp B 'L , X U U S ' I V I I A A ,J ' . , - l4 . li I r r' l v ' K , ' M ' - r 'Q' V - sk J ' f . Q 4 I 5 , ' 4 ' I . T ff 4 V V' 1 Top row: Coach Zimmerman, Vogt, Meyers, Bauerfeind, Fischer, Derks, Meyer, Schmiege, Kasten, Parker, l-lopfensperger, Obermeier, Myse Derby Zuelzke, Coach Ediger. Second row: Goemans, Langenberg, Meyer, Burmeister, Josephs, Kirk, Lehman, Busch, Reetz, Unmuth, Gee Ver kullen Bottom row: Manager Rosensweig, Long, Mannebach, l-lerb, Doepker, Steenis, Bunkleman, Dohr, Weber, Duhnke, Sternhagen, Schafhauser , . . . , I . . I Q n . 1 Q . 1 7 I I E ' I I a . . - 7 7 . . . . . . . I - . . I l ' . . . 1 f ' Q n . . 7 , , I I 1 . - . a 7 I 1 - . - l I Van Dyke Tralner Taylor Flrst Step to Varsity Confronted the entlre season with opposltlon of the rough and rugged type, the Appleton B football squad emerged from the 1950 grad season wlth a modest record of one wln, three defeats and a tue It was the second year In uccesslon Coach Cuus Edlger s junior varsity fanled to dominate the scene In Valley B squad play ln the season curtam raiser, the B squadders encountered Neenah s varsuty reserves Composed largely of sophomores and playing their hrst game against a team which had boys with varslty experience Ap leton was jarred with tts first loss, Q4 7 The B squad was far more Impressive In their second appearance y holding Cllntonvulle Varsity subs to a scoreless deadlock Stull looklng for vlctory number one, the men of the Jayvees traveled to Green Bay East The Junior Red Devils however proved to be nothing more than another thorn In the snde to Edlgers charges and defeated them 19 7 on the same muddy held where their varslty defeated the Appleton squad the hrst team the night be fore The Junior Terrors finally broke the ace by getting the score to show In their favor 'l9 7, at the expense of a strong Oshkosh Jayvee 'VI The defeat from the Junior Terrors was only the second In 42 games for the Osh kosh Bees who had thenr phenomenal streak snapped the week before by Sheboygan To clumax theur hve game schedule, the Appleton Bees clashed with Menasha s reserves Menasha used a bug rug ed group of boys some of them second strung varsity players Not to be outdone by Neenah their twm clty nval 7Vlenasha also succeeded an rolllng up Q4 points whsle Appleton tallied with 'l4 ln spate of the wun loss record achleved by has charges Coach Edsger, assnsted by Mr Vernon Znmmerman skillfully developed the talents of the boys who will be chargmg from the lune and carrying the plgskun un the next two years for the Varsity Eleven l-lavnng faced a rough schedule In thenr B squad play will be advantageous to the boys and to thelerror coaches ln the varsity years ahead Page 85 2 CONFERENCE SCOREBOARD Appleton ...... 52 Green Bay East, . . Appleton ...... 51 Clshlcosh ....,.., Appleton ...... 66 Sheboygan Central Appleton .,.... 67 Green Bay West. . Appleton ,..... 55 Fond du Lac ..... Appleton ...... 41 Appleton Sheboygan North. ......63 Manitovvoc.....4 Appleton ,,..,. 43 Green Bay East. . , Appleton ..,... 39 Qshlcosh ......,. Appleton ...... 43 Sheboygan Central Appleton Appleton Appleton Appleton l95I Fox Valley Basketball Cham ,.....45 Green Bay West.. ..,.,.55 FondduLac..,.. ......55 Sheboygan North. ......58 lVlanitovvoc...... oions Standing, Mgr. Thiel, Lambrecht, Geenen, West, Rector, Loclclin, Roehr, Brandt, Coach Seims. Kneeling: Mielke, Rosenbohm, Coenen, Grist L pe t FOX VALLEY CONFERENCE STANDINGS Won Lost Appleton .......... .,,. 1 3 1 Sheboygan North ..., ,... 1 O 4 Oshkosh .......,,.. .,.. 9 5 Sheboygan Central ..... .... 8 6 Manitowoc .....,, .... 7 7 Green Bay East ,... ,.., 6 8 Fond du Lac ...... ,.., Q TQ Green Bay West ...,. .... 'I 13 Page 86 4 Ronnie Loclclin takes the opening tipoff from Neenah's Dean Wistoff in the season's Firsthxame. Other Appleton players are Bill Geenen, Wayne West Chiddenb, Bill Brandt, and John iellte. There ls Safety in Numbers For the third time in the last four years and the fifth in the last seven years, Coach Myrlon Seims' Appleton lerrors have talcen the championship in the Fox River Valley Conference. Spearheaded by the amazin rebounding of Captain and all-conference selection Ronnie Loclclin, and the sharpshooting play malcing and drive of all-conference guard Gene Rosenbohm, the 'lerrors won thirteen and lost one conference game. The wonderful team spirit, the terrific defense, and the will to win all combined to brin Appleton another championship. GREEN BAY EAST . . . ln the conference opener against East the -lerrors played host as they won a 52-4'l decision. Bill Brandt and Ronnie Loclclin were injured and played very little. Gene Rosenbohm lciclted in twelve points, and Wayne West hit for eleven. OSHKOSH . . . Bill Geenen staged a valiant iron-man stunt, pumping eighteen points through the hoop while fighting a bad case of the flu. Bill Brandt, although suffer- ing from a painful baclc injury suffered during football season, managed to score twelve points. All this was in vain as the 'lerrors lost their only conference game 52-51 with six Oshlcosh men on the floor. SHEBOYGAN CENTRAL . . . John Miellce's last- second baslcet enabled Appleton to talce a thriller 66-64 at Sheboygan. It was Miellces only score. Gene Rosen- bohm starred with nine baslfzets in twelve shots plus four free throws for twenty-two points. GREEN BAY WEST. . .lhe 67-Q3 win over West was very slow and Coach Seims cleared the bench as the Ter- rors led 35-'13 at the half and 49-18 at the third quarter. Bill Geenen had 'l6 points to lead the Terror attack. POND DU LAC . . . The Terror quintet heard the officials' whistle call forty-two fouls as they toolt a 55-40 decision from the Fond du Lac Cardinals. Fond du Lac lost seven men on fouls. Appleton had a poor night offensively with Brandt scoring twelve, Rosen- bohm eleven, and Loclclin nine points. SHEBQYGAN NORTH . . .A complete turnabout of events featured the 4'l-38 Terror victory over a tough North squad. The lerrors' zone defense was air tight, and the rebounding vvas excellent. Wayne West was the games defensive star. Bill Brandt played very well while hitting for 'l'l points. Cheerleaders Betty Dagneau, Janis Steinberg, Carol McGee, Nancy Marslce and Jacque Eisele rest between cheers. N yy? ' K5 7 gl! Q , 2 'Ai n ,Q -n Q, Fstxdgf' 3 ' ' I " I 'r 3 is xg QV., ' 5 , 0, Xxisy ,F I Tl Top row: Manager Krueger, l-lartman, l-lopfensperger, Fischer, Fountain, Obermeier, Sutherland, Reinlce, Coach Thorson. Bottom row: Manager Blum, Goemans, Geenen, Pond, Plach, Busch, l-leimerman, Duhnlce. Jerry l-lopfensperger tries hard to save the ball. With blood in his eye, Charlie Pond cocks his arm and takes aim. ffl "Bees" Step Lively 'lilce varsity, lilce junior varsity." Not to be outdone bythe championship varsity squad, the Appleton "B" team cagers challced up an equally admirable 1950-51 season. Eleven vic- tories were recorded in Valley Conference play against three setbaclcs. Une win and one loss were the "B" team achieve- ments in non-conference games. Coach Vern lhorson had the good fortune to worlc with a rangy group of boys, his starting "5" averaging near 6-'l. The HB" team reserves also paclced plenty of punch in height and accuracy and can be credited with being no less than instru- mental in the notable success of the Junior Varsity. Being composed exclusively of sophomores, the squad tasted both defeat and victory early during the first step of their high school cage careers. Starting fast, the "B" squaders dumped Neenah in the November season opener, but in the following contest were turned baclc 44-4O by Menasha. 'l'horson's cagers opened Valley Conference play jolting Green Bay East 39-15. Seeming to follow a pattern of winning one and losing one, Appleton was tripped by Qshlcosh 40-35. Central topped Appleton the followin game to complete the Junior lerrors' only consecutive setbaci series of the SO-5'l campaign. Seelcing revenge over their double loss, the men of the B squad roared baclt with nine consecutive victories. The big win strealc started with a win over the Green Bay West Junior Wildcats. ln spite of a six-point second half spree, a substantial first half lead cleared the way for a 37-31 decision over Fond du Lac. She- boy an North and Manitowoc fell next in the path of the Apple- ton B squad juggernaut to complete the first round of conference D GY- Qffensive power of the junior varsity increased in velocity as the season progressed. Appleton hit its high season marlc by lacing East 53-36 to touch off the second round campaign. Qshlcosh was spilled 42-Q6 to avenge the initial conference loss. Revenge proceedings were complete as the B cagers topped Central 41-35. West and Fond du Lac were beaten in succession before the Junior Raiders of Sheboygan North caught Appleton on a cold night and ended the nine game victory spree. lhorson's team bounced baclc in rousing fashion to down Manitowoc Sl-36 and climax a top notch season of B squad baslcetball. Page 89 1- 1 - fl bi, 1 7...- N M . Q r 3 . g ' - 5.1 5 . I P J i Top row: Gee, Myse, Verlcuilen, Asst. Coach Simon, Coach Babler, Asst. Coach Kuemmerlein, Unmuth, Dohr, Brasch, Yule. Third row: Northam. Sternhagen, Alferi, Cotter, Meyers, Duhnlce, Rosensweig, Reinlce, Roeder, Verbriclc, Hartman, Rath, Hoffman, Kielgas, Schemmel, McHugh. Second row: Mgrs. Cameron, Van Handel, and Shimelc, Burmeister, Joyce, Schmiege, Lopas, Blum, Bauerfeind, Roehr, Nabbefeld, Mclntyre, Mannebach, Hopfensperger, Coenen, Brandl, Mgr. Zuellce. Front row: Redlin, Meyer, Schimmelpfennig, Sharratt, Fisher, Clark, Engel, Co- captain Brandt, Co-captain Loclclin, Nelson, Felton, Williamson, Rosenbohm. Winged Feet The familiar, "Runners, to your marlts, get set. Bangln opened the l95'l Terror traclc season. Strong in the high jump with Co-captain Ronnie l.ocl4lin and junior Gene Posenbohm, the half mile with senior Diclc Sharratt, junior Bill Fischer, and sophs Russ Cotter and Bob Duhnlce, and the shot put with Co-captains Ron l.ocl4lin and Bill Brandt, the Terrors furnished strong opposition to all foes and in June hoped to end one of the best seasons in the past few years. Throughout the season the Terror thinclads were host to the Lawrence frosh, New London, Manitowoc, Green Bay West, and Qshlcosh, and traveled to Green Bay East and fond du Lac. Season highlights were the Madison West invitational relays which are in reality the state indoor meet. Bill Brandt placed fourth in the shotput in one of the strongest fields ever to appear. The conference meet and relays along with the state meet finished off the 'Sl season. Headed by Coach Marvin Babler and assisted by Mr. Herb Simon, Mr. Ade Dillon, Mr. Ray Hamann, and Mr. Ken lfuemmerlein, the coaching staff furnishes the needed guidance to the boys on the field and traclc. ag V xg Wx is 'xx 0' A 170' , A- . .'. .4 -t ' ' " , tg, -f. 1, Q ffl 4.3-'fu-.' , ' 1 f.-J. , A I K 1. A. I . in-Q ' R , is 1 i , - I r V. I rpgfgg ,Q , ' ' aff, ' " Y 1i...q:',, Q . Q i , wr 1. .-ff . ff x .- 4... .- . .. .. . f A mighty heave of the shotput is under way as Appleton's outstanding half-milers, Schmiege, Redlin, Co-Captain Brandt attempts to break all records. and Sharratt, await the sound of the gun. ,ge 19 cu, 9 .LE . -3- - E I - X. c lf " . P' " ' '73 dai? , y Q v Ng ' . - ' ' ' ' Y 1 , ll ova' Q 2 Q7 ,lc iurq Back row: Coach Dillon, Ramsey, Babino, Bahcall, Potter, Schlaflce, Lowry, McElroy, Dalton. First row: Wittwer, Rector, Pelczynslci, Nelson, Stahl, Grist, l-lelble. Talented Swingers With only three returning lettermen, Coach Ade Dillon laced a tremendous rebuilding job in order to bring his charges up to the equal ol his 1950 squad. Returning lettermen Bob Rector, Jim Relczynslti, and Captain Don Nelson made up the backbone ol the squad, while Jaclc Grist, John l'lelble, and Jerry Polislty were the season's outstanding prospects. Throughout the season Coach Dillon split the boys into two groups, the more experienced players and those who were beginning tennis. During the noon hour the latter group was taught the lundamentals and groomed into better material lor the Following season. 1-was Y' .7 . 1 Mi . 3. .,.. "' Y' ,ARI it it r 2 R ' I Q f a ' , ij K X -,rea r I . rf is fe, D K-M -1-J -S ox .ff---. D A 1 h A . : ll ' E i . 1 is K . lg - V . .- , . i 7 . ' 4 g X N 'KA C .J. r A Q l Y, ' S f' x Q - Q Bob Rector hits the ball over the net while Back row: Allen, Chuchel, Yee, Krueger, Herb, Goemans his partner, Jim Pelczynslti watches. Front row: Koehnlce, Saelcer, Vogt, Olson, Hardt, Jahnlce, Sutherland Mr Blaclc supervises the efforts of Con matj Bohnsaclc, Ctopl Black. Massey, l-laertl, Lopas, Mclntyre. Others are Reitzner, l.autenschlage.r, Tirums, Weber, Stahl, l-lollen baclc, Wolf. Head Over Heels Between halves of the baslcetball games, most of the students of Appleton High have had the pleasure of seeing the Tumbling Club perform on the trampoline, mats, parallel bars, and rings. lt loolcs so easy that many of us don't realize how much worlc goes into the execution of some of those stunts. During the basketball season, the members of the Tumbling Club work every Monday after school. They start in the little gym, practicing on the mats. The beginners worlc on the lcip, handstand, headstand, and somersaults, those who have had some training learn cartwheel flips, front handsprings, and dive rolls, and the advanced tumblers practice their baclc flips, and baclc handsprings. Later in the year the Club moves to the west gym, where they learn triclcs on the trampoline, parallel bars, rings, and side horse. Cn the trampoline, the members who are just starting out learn the five basic landing positions, balance, and timing. The ones who have progressed beyond this stage learn how to execute different lcinds of flips. After this they learn the one-and-a-quarter front somersault, the one- and-a-quarter baclc somersault, andthe turn table. Cn the parallel bars the acrobats learn the swing rises, front and baclt, the lcip, the shoulder stand, front and baclc somersaults, handstand, and the dismount. The approximately twenty-five girls and fifteen boys are coached by Mr. David Black, who allows them to do and tc worlc on anything they wish, as long as it pertains to tumbling and doesn't bother anyone else, i Leif: 1 Bartman, Lutz, Thiel, John- 'W son, Dorn, Mr. Black, Stahl. Page 99 Caesar Robunson l-lollenbaclc Maes B l-lolfman Kneuce Puckett Maes S Bull s Eye Banduts it K Keen eyes Fuxed on the tar etl A strong bow bent almost to the brealnung pountl And then l he Appleton l'lugh Straught Arrows have hut the bulls eye agaun Under the durectuon ol Coach Davud Blaclc the members ol the Archery Club have benetuted un umproved posture, greater accuracy and the satuslactuon that comes wuth acquurung a new, unduvuclual slcull ln the tall every Monday alter school the club may be seen practuc ung archery When the members have learned how to care lor the equupment how to stand correctly un shootung how to hold the bow and other lundamentals ol archery, they are ready to telce a try for the target to see who can get the most perfect score Alter long and hard practuce some ol these hugh school archers are able to shoot wuth as much grace and ease as Robun l'lood Wulluam 'lell or lor that matter Streught Arrow Page 93 14 Upper left standung Mr Black Van Pyzun Seated Bart man Cooney Goerl Shea Rught standung Kluball Zummer Bohnsaclc Steunberg Jorgenson Seated Kluball Mr Black Blaclc Lower Russell Zummer hutthe bulls eye 1 u f . 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IIS y7 Xl Top Schrader Schmudt Syrlng Laux Kung Bottom Moerlcke Muller Zeutzlus Lanser Engel Shackleton Pm Boys lop Schneider Ersch Nadel Hughes Bolduan Bottom Myse Herb Steinberg Jahnlce Meyer C Boys bowlxng once agaun played a prominent part an the Intramural program ol Appleton Hugh School Coach Lawrence Wntzke supervised the Q0 weelc bowllng program About 45 boys par tncnpated IN the alley lestuvutles All bowlers were members ol the Natronal Junnor Bowlrng Congress The eight teams of the bowling crrcunt were sponsored by Appleton busnness hrms A sponsor shrp consisted ol paying the team s registration lee ln some cases the sponsor provlded umlorm shrrts lor team members plus specnal awards lor success ID the competntnon Besldes unter team play nndmvnduals had a chance to stand out nn the sport by competung an the Chnst mas vacatlon tournaments The boys singles cham pnonshnp was won by Larry Roberts and Louns Bellnn teamed up with Qmar Meyer to wxn the boy s doubles tourney A new leature rn the lorm ol a mixed doubles tournament was added to the vacation program Carol Wojahn and Ken Kas erelc combined to talce top honors an thus event rophzes were awarded to all wnnners Appleton Hugh School Bowling Club admlnustra tnon was carrned on by lour boys Bob Kung acted as presldent the secretarial worlt was done by Dennas Bahcall and publucrty by Roger Van Ryznn TODI MCYCU D., MCYCVI 0-fl Ellis- BOUOVUI Mlflfesf Rflmeff Roberts Top: Ahrens, Bartz, Arlt, Becker, Grnesbach, Kranzusch Bottom Frleders, Otto. Van Ryzrn, De Braal, Kasperelc, Wnttwer, Boettcher Page 94 a the Bees Standrng Campshure Muenster Calnebe Ernst B Johnson Grangaard Seated C Johnson Krueger Ventenhans Zuelzlce Fahrenlcrug Standlng Oalce Muller Evers A Gengler Ellelson Seated Stoegbauer Geenen Strngle D Gengler Wolfgram Schmallng The Buds Standrng Bartz Rudolf l-lermann Seated l-lol lenbaclc Bohnsaclc Muenster Marron Otto Turltow Vongt Marlene Otto f"'i'I' Standrng Schnefen Gehrmann Junge Dlton Klunqblle Seated Kuschel Sampson Tornovv Schucknecht Koestler Aures From September to April the Arcade got plenty ol business lrom the Glrls Bovvlnng Club Alter the gurls had learned how to bowl and how to score, they divided unto two leagues which drvnded unto eight teams wuth six gurls The eighty hve gurls who meet on Monday, named themselves Standrng Lueders Damon l Kluball Seated Luedtlce Beschta J EllenbeclceEhSm1th V Kluball Kunstman rlsten Standing Selug Marx Cleereman Van Hoof Van Drnter Jennerjahn Seated Fields Ellenbeclter Hammer l-loelzel, Herselcorn on a team They were rnstructed by Mrss Gaertner and Mass l'lettrg the Brrds and the Bees met on Wednesday Standnng K Wojahn Landis Lueblce Rehbern Stead Seated Perza C Wrchmann C Wojahn B Wnchman J Lueplce Standung Ouella Daellce Seated Gygu Darlma Ellrs Casper Mollet Dlclcrell Schroeder Mueller Pagel Page 95 . : 1 1 1 1 . , I . 1 . , 1 , , . 1 - 1 1 1 - 1 1 1 1 I I ' ll f I1 Y F ' i 5 A A 4 . , 'U v A 1 3 1 1 1 - 1 ' 3 g . 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I , , , , 3 1 - ' ' 1 -1 1 , . 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 ' , , Top row Jahnlce P Llnzmeyer Zimmerman Ahrens Bloomer Zoellce Muller Bottom row Jahnlce A Arft Steenrs Panlcratz Blum Kuepper Van Fossen Steunberg Top row Meyer O Klrlc Van Wylc O Brlan Roeder Groth Schultz Bottom row Sprlnger Meyer D Bellrn Smedlund Slevers Hrntz Koehnlce Top row l-lrnz Kolfend Glesbers Wlllnamson Frleders Witt Pelczynslu Top row Mannebach Nabbeleld Bonnevrlle Schwerbel Brentrrck Sharratt Wuttwer Bottom row Coonen Burmenster Kasperelc Kasten Helble Sutherland Redlsn Hot Shots On Friday nights Appleton Hugh Schools gym was the scene ol the Varsity Fox River Valley Baslcetball Conference contests The next mormng alter the nngrng of the rafters had subsided oals were stall being scored and fouls Calle Gone, however, were the paclced stands ol enthuslastrc fans, gone was the spirited blarlng of the Appleton pep band ln spate of the absence ol the colorful surroundings wlth only a lew early morning risers as spectators, a last movlng brand ol baslcetball was neverthe less, berng carried on Thus was the setting lor League, sponsored by oach Lawrence Wntzke The lea ue operated wlth two dlvrslons, the National! League and the Amerlcan League The teams ol both leagues composed ol sux teams were sponsored by the service depart ments and local business Firms Over the course ol the playung weelcs the teams wlthln each dlvuslon competed wuth each other A champronshlp team ID each league was thus determlned Following the Inter dlvlsnon play the top teams ol both leagues were palred oft nn a serres to decide the champlonshlp Awards were presented to the dlvuslonal champs and the league champs Bottom row Homes Stahl Mlssllng Goemans Shackleton Nelson Bloomer Top row Rehn Bauerfelnd Reetz Engel Lehman Mclntyre Top row Brandl Verlcuulen Kappell Brautlgan Plette Van Handel Bottom 'OW Hefb HCICIV1 Otto Unmuth Hlmflfl DGY Bottom row Hoffman Weber Klelgas Schemmel Tordoer Brinkman Page 96 ' . . 3 1 , - 1 1 ' ' 1 . ' ' " ' f ' ' ' 1 ' - Z 1 U 1 1 1 ' Z 1 -1 1 I 1 1 1 1 I , ' , , . f 5 1 3 A 1 -1 A 1 1 I . 1 1 1 ' - ' - I . . . I ' f f 'I I I l I ' ' ' ' ' the Saturday Morning lntramural Baslcetball 1 5 A 1 1 .- V 1 I V 1 l 1 l 1 A- ' 5 1 1 1 1 1 1 - Z I . 1 1 1 I .1 A 3 1 A 1 A 1 A 1 V 1 A - 7 1 1 1 1 1 ' 3 1 1 1 1 1 - HONORS Jm0Mbfkawwhau mJJeeJZ d4faaeheZpeJZaf444zZZZAe4cAaa!1mamff4eec!4. 'Q 35 is I Wrllnam Brandt Ronald Locklnn American l.egron Athletic Award llwe duo winners ol tlwls year s Amerlcan Legion Award are Wallram Brandt and Ronald Locklrn Tlwe atlwletrc sclwolarslwrp medal rs grven by the Gney Jolwnston Edward Blessman Post Number 38 llwese two senror boys were clwosen on tlwe basls ol leaderslup and drstrngurslwed partrcnpatnon rn atlwletrcs Ronnre has served as co captain ol botlw tlwe football and track teams and captarn ol the basketball team and has been actnve rn Intramurals l'le attended Badger Boys State was on Student Council and served as Flag rarser Bull has also served as co captain ol botlm tlme football and track teams David Wnttwer IS tlwe recrprent ol tlme Marx lntra Mary Hollenbaclc rs tlwe wunner ol the Grrls Marx mural Atlwletrc Award for boys Dave lwas partlcnpated lntramural Atlmletnc Award Slme was clwosen because In many sports Including tennis Saturday morning bas ol lner good Sportsmanslwlp Interest and lwer partrclpa ketball noon bour basketball volleyball and bovvlrng tnon ID tlwe various sports Mary bas been actlve ID l'le lwas slwown great nnterest rn all lwrs actrvrtues and G A A ol wlwuclu slwe rs secretary and polnt recorder, l'1as marntarned tlne hugh standards ol lane sportsmanslwrp Arclwery Girls Bowling 'lumbllng Club noon lnour sports and German Club Marx lntramural Awards Davrd Wrttwer MGYY Hollenbdclf Page 98 O YJ? ' c rryy f 1 Q S H ',1' if t"' A l S a-a'r - is V A A' ' .L I I Ronald Loclnlun Wunlfred Retza Badger G rls State lhree gurls and two alternates have been chosen to represent Appleton Sensor l-lngh School at the l95'l session ol Badger G rls State which ns held at Macltson Wtsconsun Thus sessuon IS sponsored by the Amerrcan Legton AUXllIdfY to further the prlnclples ol good ctttzenshup and to traun the gnrls tn under standing our government Both the boys and gtrls are chosen by vote ol the junlor class and dlllerent Clubs ID the Community donate lunds to send them Flag Rarsers lected as thus years Flag rarsers by the entor Class were XX1rnulred Retza and Ronald Loclqlun lhrs honor consnsts ol rausnng the Flag tn the rnornlng and lowerrng It at nught These two have been out standung an character and ctrzenshnp throughout t rr ugh school careers oth have had I cholasttc ratings and attended Badger State an their tumor years Helen Casper Susan Benson Sue Wadsworth Constance Ponath Janet Heselton Badger Boys State uxteen oys lrorn the yunlor class are berng sent to Badger Boys State at Rtpon Wusconsun lor the 1951 se suon Qne ol the purposes ol the sessron sponsored by the Arneruean Leg on ts to tratn the leaders ol tomorrow lhe camp us considered a lorty nnnth state wnth a regular government and the boys partlclpate by holding varlous olhces and supportnng polutlcal parties Standnng Polusky Cameron Roehr Potter Ltmpert Bloomer Boronow Felton Seated l-lelble Krerlung Grust Schmerge Close Engel Absent were Drews Breutrrclc Page 99 X r l 1 - J I p S 13 x ' ' . 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H1514 I t j iw, r ' jf I A, . .l . r l l I I 1 1 1' 1 1 r 1 1 V - I 1 1 1 1 1 V 1 - DAR Wrnrfred Retza The wlnner of the Daughters of Amerlcan Revolution award thus year IS Wlnrlred Retza She was elected by the Sensor Class on the grounds ot good cltlzenshrp and dependability Wrnnre has been a member of Bowling Club Talzsman, and Curtain Call productron She attended Badger Girls IU her rumor year, and thus year she served as treasurer ol Curtaln Call actlng secretary of Quill and Scroll secretary treasurer of Student Councxl, and flag raiser To an outstanding sensor gurl who IS plannlng to attend Lawrence College next fall a S950 scholarship IS grven by the Amerucan Assoclatlon of Unuversnty Women Edrth Dybus IS the winner this year The gurl ns selected on the basls of scholarship leadershup and all around student qualntres Ednth has been active rn Clarzon Curtaln Call actrng Lrbrary Stall Quill and croll, and has been secretary of Latin Club and treas urer of Qrchesrs VFW 'Klu- Wlllram Brandt A 550 Savnngs Bond rs the award whrch rs grven by the Veterans of Forelgn Wars to an outstandrng semor who has shown the characterustrcs of good cnt: zenshlp dependability and a lrrendly personality Wllllam Brandt IStl'1lS year s wrnner Brll has been very outstanding rn extra curricular actlvltles especially sports Reed Taylor was chosen by the sophomore home room teachers and councnlors to recenve thus years Spector Trophy l'le was elected on the grounds of scholarshzp character and service as the outstandrng sophomore Reed has been actnve rn Latrn Club ur tarn Call acting Chorus Football B squad Qperetta, and humorous Declamatron Edlth Dybus Page 'I OO A.A.U.W. Scholarslnp Spector Trophy Reed Taylor I l I M I I I rx :A Award X g ' Award lg . ' I .A . . .' . ' .' A I I. . I V I ,. I A. I.. , ' I ' I . I . I - b . . ..'- .1 I I . 5 - . . .I .I . . . I C - Cltrzenslup 5... atm Award Wrllram Brandt Wrllram Brandt rs this years recrprent of the German award whrch goes to the sensor who has shown unter est ID the lan uage and dlstrnguushed service to the German Club he award IS grven by the German Club Bull has been very actrve ln sports having been on the basltetball team and co captain ol both the traclc team and the football varsity l-le also attended Badger Boys State rn hrs runlor year and was president ol the German Club thus year S Award Stephan Konz Stephan Konz has been honored with the Ellcs Crt: zenshlp Award For the outstandrng knowledge ol the Unrted States Constrtutron whrch he drsplayed rn a wrutten examrnatron The award consrsts of S100 and a chance to partrcrpate an the state contest Steve has been a member of Curtarn Call production and Debate and served as treasurer ol Nature Club Gefmafl AW8l'd 1 Martha Schubert Martha Schubert rs the wrnner of the Eta Srgma Phr award lor dlstrngurshed service In the held ol Latrn The national honorary classrcal language fra ternlty at Lawrence College annually presents thus award Besldes contrrbutrng her talents generously to the Latrn class and club Martha has been secretary of the Spanish Club a member ol Curtarn Call Qurll a d Scroll and co edrtor of the Clarzon Jaycette Scholarshnp Wrnrfred Petza Wrnrfred Retza rs the outstanding senror to whom a S900 scholarshrp was awarded thus year The scholarship rs presented by the Junror Chamber of Commerce Auxiliary to a worthy senior Wrnrlred has had a hrgh scholastic ratrng has been IH many extra currrcular actrvrtnes and has shown character and leadershrp Page 101 M g L - ' .f ' '. I f . I . U ' rrlf S I s S H ,, l ,Sai 4 I as ,, .: 1 I . 2 3 Q7 'A or LY7 , , , sumo. to I .I lop row: lirandt, Clark, Dernlow, Miell e, Locklin, Qrotlw, Dhillrppr. Middle row: l-loeppner, Heller, Buclwberger, Petza, l.al2ose, Alton, Stewart, Q Brian. lrcnt row: Srlliman, lo., Schubert, Slilimovitz, Silliman, Ja., Biason, l-lense, Nlaclcesy. National Honor Society Hflwaracter, Sclnolarsliip, lceaderslrip, Servicen , tlwese are tlwe basic qualities vvlniclw must be possessed by mem- bers ol National l-lonor Society. llwe tvventyatvvo seniors vvlio were elected by tlie laculty ol Appleton l-liglw Sclriool are outstanding in sclwolastic aclwievements as vvell as active in extra-curricular activities. llwey lrave served tlweir Alma Mater well and are deservedly acl4novvledged. During a special assembly on April i8 Mr. l-lelble explained tlwe UlVleaning ol l-lonorsll and lVlr. Edge slwovved tlie symbolism ol tlue National l-lonor Society emblem. Mrs. James lVlacl4esy was tlne guest speaker. Slwe tallced about tlwe lutures ol botlw lwonor and average students. Alter signing tlweir names on tlwe orlicial role, tlwe inductees received pins and memberslwip certilicates. llwe initiates and tlweir lamilies vvere entertained by tlwe laculty at a tea in tlwe Early American room. Craftsmanslmip Slmielcl For tlne lirst time since T938 tnere lwas been a tie lor tlwe Craltsmanslnip Slwield. Joan Biason and lvlfilliam Brandt lnave been clwosen by tne laculty as tlwe joint recipients. llwe avvard is presented eaclw year to tne senior nwost outstanding in ficnolar- ' slwip. lE'GC,lCVYl'WlD, cnar'actf'r, and serv- ice. Joan bas been in l.atin Club, Na- '--, ture Club. Qperetta. Crrcizcsis, and lalisman. Slwe served af botn vice- N' """"' president and president ol Spanish 3 ti' A 'M Club and attended Badger Girls ' State and Girls, Nation. Bill nas been very active in Sports, leaving been on Q tlwe baslcetball team and co-captain A, ol botn tlwe traclc team and tne Football 1, , varsity. l-le also attended Badger i M. Boys State and was prefrdent ot Ger- Z man Club. X William Brandt Joan Biason Page109 Abendroth Barbara Adam: May 5 Q0 Ahrens Carol Ahrens John 8 94 Aurxs Janet 50 57 119 Albrecht Mary Therese Alter: Conrad Alferf Robert Allard Lawrence Allen oa Maurey Nora Lnnn Phv Ins Anderson r Anderson Shirley Andrews Carol Anholzer l-lelen Arft Clyde Arnold Marilyn Arnoldussen Eugene Aures Mary Ayers John Ayers Nancy Allen Allen Alton Babnno Douglas Backes Matthew Bahcall Denms Bauer Beverly Bauer Constance Balza Mary Barker, Donna Bartman Joseph Bartz Carol Bartz James Batley James Bauerlemd Richard Q0 68 79 80 10Q 89 856 14 56 Baum Barbara 14 49 53 Bauraln Beavers Beverly Claude Donald Robert Janet Nlary Bellln Louus Belling Carol Belling Mary Benson Mary Lou Becker Becker Beelen Behren 14 56 Q0 48 49 56112 Benson susan 14 59 Bentle Janice Bergeman, Betty Berger Donna Bergholz Nathen Bergsbaken Sandra Beschta Patrlcla Bessette Duane Beusch Constance Beyer Donna Beyersdorf, l-lenry Blason, Joan 68 80 102 Brrkholz, La Verne Bishop Alvsn Bnshop Ruth Bnssnng Leo Black Mary Jane Blank Larry Blankenburg June Bleak Merle Bllck Patrrcla Blob Paul Bloomer John Bloomer Thomas Blum, Todd Boettcher Donald Boettcher, Mary Ellen Bogan Margaret Bohnsack, Lou Bolduan James Bonnevulle, John 65 Studentlndex Bonnevllle Robert Bork Danael Boronovv R1chard14 48 59 Bosser Mary Botker Joyce Bowlby Janice Bowlby Joann Brandl Ray Brandt Wllllam 840 1 Q1 40 50 89 4 86 87 88 90 98 100 101 09 Brandt Joan Brasch Arlyn Brautlgan Richard Brecklun Myrtle Breuer Reglna Breltenstenn Joan Breltrlck Larry Breltrlck, Lo: Brextrrck Ronald Breltrlck Rose Ann Brennecke Carol Brennecke Joan Breuer Rhea Brewster Fay Brunkman Earl Brlnkman Robert Brlttnacher Marjorle Broulllard Jack Broulllard Nancy Brourllard Rosemar Brower Geraldnne Buchberger Marne 74 102 Buelow John Bueslnfz JoAnn Buluherls Irene Bunkleman Ronald Burmelster Phrllp Burmelster Rhyllns Busch Carl Busch Joan Bush Lola Buss Carol Buss Roland Buxton Donald Caesar Nancle 63 66 Caluebe Ruta Call Marjorie Cameron George 14 56 Campbell Jane Campshure Shrrlee Casper l-lelen 14 49 Casper Phyllis QQ 53 Cavanaugh Mary Ann Cavanaugh Thomas Centner Jerry Chapmtsky Shnrley Christen Donna Chrnstensen Charles Chrnstenson Ellen Chrnstnanson Carol Chuchel M1 hael Chudacotl Nancy Clark Barnes ar l-larry Q 56 61 68 8 80 90 102 Cleereman Patrncna Q9 59 54 59 Cllsh Patrncoa Cloak Andy Lou Close James 73 99 Jane Allen Arlene Colley, Vernon Cohen Naorra Cohen Phyllns Cole Patrlcna QQ 56 486 4 5059 4 Coburn Coenen Coenen 14 82 14 5 Colllng Jacquelyn Coonen Joseph Cooney Edwrn Cooper Mary Cotter Russell Courtoxs Eugene Cramer Beverly Crane Jean Cravun Delores Cross Dorothy Cross Mary Crowe Connue Currie Robert Curtvs Dallas Dachelet Ruchard Dachelet Thomas Daelke Jean Daellce Theodore Dagneau Betty Daklns Beverly Dalke John Dalton Douglas Damon Georgra Damsheuser Orrnn Dana Rlchard Darlnng Charlotte Davis Ann Dams Karen Day Kenneth De Braal Robert De Bruun James De Bruin Ronald Delferdlng Karene 8 4 4 14 68 119 8 14 49 57 63 D2HfZfdIDQ Mildred DeGuire Davud DeGu1re Wllbert DeLand Jerry Deltour Joylene 8 48 51 54 57 73 79 109 De Moulin Betty Derby Charles Derby Kathleen Derks Arnold Duckrell Shlrley Drednch Robert Dlermeler Leon Dxetz Claudette Domlck James QQ 53 8 Q 8 3 Dungeldenn Marlon Dlton Suzanne Doepker Robert Doerfler Carol Dohr Peter Domlnowskl Carol Donovan Joan Dorn David Q3 50 Dorschner Donald Dorschner Ruchard Dorschner Roger Douglas Joanne Douglas Thomas Drews Donald Drner Marjorle Dnes Mae Drressen Dons Drossart Betty Duhnke Robert 8 Dullea Richard Dullea Robert Dunne, Geraldune Dunsnrn Faye Dy us Edrth 58 63 100 Ebben James Ebben Patricia Ebben Rnchard Eberhardt Lois 6667 70 85 89 Q 40 49 4 51 59 7 Page 103 , .. ..,.....,,.. .8 6 ,a,.,.......,, 14,96 1 , . .. .a,....., H..8 1, .. ........,.. ... . , , 1 .,....,..,............. 17 , ....,,.....,.. ..99,96 , ......a.,....,. ,,.a.. 14 , 1 , , ,7Q,76,99 , ...5,14,61,93 , ,..,,......,.., , , 96 , .,,. .,.4, B, 49, 56, 68 , ..... , 49, 56, 63, 68 11, ..........t. 14, , , , .. ....,..,...,..., 8 , .. .. . ..t., ...,.8,90 , .,..,, .....,. 8 , 1 . .. 14,51,57,63 1, ,..., ,18,99,54,61 1, ,..a.......... ..14,90 , . .,,,...... 91,57,63 , .. ...,,. .,,., 14,50 1, .,.....,.,,.,. ...18,Q0 , ,.,......, , ,89,90,96 , ...,.. ,99,40,57,58 , . .,..,.,,.,,.,,.. 8 , 11 .. 8, , , , ,8 , 1, ... . .......14,66 ,L .,....,,.,.....,. ,.,.., Q0 , , , , , , , 1 , . . .......,..., 14 , .. .,..,,,....,. 8,91 , ,.........,.,...,, 14,48 , . . ...,,,... .,.. . ,.14 , 1 ..,.,.. ...,. 8,57 , . ...,.,,.,, ...8,90 , ..... 4,8,48,49,56 , 11 .,...,, , , , , 1 , 1 ..,,.,.,... 14,18,96 1, .,.,......... ..... 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' . , . , - I . , . , , CONSTRUCTION CONTRACTORS Leo Campshure Concrete Plpe Corporatlon Charles A Green 84 Son Inc Fred Hoeppner Sons Holtz 84 Bass Paul Noltlce H Schabo 84 Son Theodore Utschrg DAIRY PRODUCTS Appleton Pure M II4 Co nc Consolldated Badger Cooperatrve Fanrmont s Food Co Gordon Ice Cream Co Schaefer s Danry DANCE SCHOOL Brennlg Lemlce School of the Dance DENTISTS IQ Dentnsts have donated as trrends DEPARTMENT STORES Campbell Stores Geenen s Dry Goods Co Gloudemans 84 Gage Inc Montgomery Ward 81 Co North Sude Dry Goods Co J C Penney Co H C Prange Co Sears Roebuclc 81 Co DRUG STORES Bellung Prescrnptnon Pharmacy Ford Hoplcuns Co Schlrntz Brothers Co Unmuth s Rexall Drug Store Vongt s Drug Store Walsh Rexall Drug Store ELECTRIC APPLIANCES Home Applrance Co Kllloren Electric Co Langstadts Inc ENGINEERS Crane Engnneernng Sales nc FINANCE CGMPANIES People s Loan 84 Funance FIVE AND TEN CENT STORES Ben Franlclln S S Kresge Co F W Woolworth Co FLORISTS Appleton Floral Junctnon Greenhouse Memorial Druve Florists Sunnysnde Floral Co FRUIT COMPANIES Cohen Brothers Frult Co Wusconsun Dlstrlbutlng Co FUEL AND ICE Ballnet Supply Co Haug Fuel and Supply Co J P Laux and Sons Fuel C Lutz Ice Co Marston Bros FUNERAL HOMES Brettschnelder s Valley Funeral Home Wrchmann Funeral Home FURRIERS A Carstensen Furs Grust Furs Krleclc Furs FURNITURE AND INTERIOR DECORATING Brettschnenders Furnrture Co ElIenbecI4er Furnuture Franlc J Strebe' Wuchmann Furnlture Co GIFT SHOPS Treasure Box Gltt Shop Unmuth s Galt Shop GLASS CGMPANIES Hohter Glass Co GROCERS Andy s Grocery C Chrnsten Food Marlmet Grlesbach Super Marlcet Jacobs Bros Marlcet unctnon Store Kluge Grocery Koestler s Food Marlcet Krambo Food Stores Inc G A Lemlce Food Marlcet Marx Grocery uella s Food Market Roehl s Food Marlcet Superlor Food Market GROCERS QWHOLESALED S C SFannon Co HARDWARE Economy Spot Knmball s Hardware Applnance Store Schlalers Inc HAT SHOP Vogue Hat Shop Page 109 . . 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Pechman Studio Rueclcl Studio Sahli Portrait Studio Walter s Studio PI-IYSICIANS 81 SUROEONS App eton Eye E Nose 84 Throat Clinic Bolton 84 lVliell4e Clinic Ouy W Carlson Oeorge Erench Walter Oillin William ,I Harrington O T I-legner Marvin Kagen Stephan Konz Dr. E. N. Krueger Drs. J. W. Laird 84 L. B. lVlcBain Drs. lVlacLaren, Oallaher, 81 Landis Dr. Carl D. Neidhold Dr. E. J. Ranlcin Dr. Milo Swanton Dr. L. P. Williams 84 C. W. Aldridge A Eriend PRINTERS 84 PUBLISHERS Appleton Post-Crescent Badger Printing Co. Petersen Press Progress Printing Co. RADIO STATION W I-I B Y RADIOS CWHOLESALED Valley Radio Distributors REAL ESTATE Baldwin Corporation Carroll 84 Carroll Dale Realty Carl Zuelzlce Look at the b d el Ha ng the r pct res tak a e fro I ft to r ght R chard Daschlet M r ly Elle beclzer Na cy E dte Janet A s and anet Beele tall: ob M G c S d C I E b h l f b lr b ll D d g c a te atatetouc a nterta get ee aesoaasetagamesa Mcl ty e Watch g fro left to ght are Joe Rob so Pat Pclcett Barbara Maes a d J m L tz all e be s ofthe T bl g Cl b Fgh RESTAURANTS 3 TEA ROQMS Candle Glow Tea Room Copper Kettle Dewey's Lunch Kipp's Lunch La Villa Restaurant Mueller's Restaurant Murphy's Restaurant Nygren's Restaurant Prolcash Restaurant Retsonls Sandwich Shop Snider's Restaurant Stealc 84 Shalce Restaurant Sugar Bowl French Slipper Shop TRAVEL GOQDS l-leclcert Shoe Co. Kinney Shoe Co. Jaclc Stewart Shoe Store SPGRT SHOPS Berggren Bros. Sport Shop Pond Sport Shop THEATERS Appleton Theater SuelFlow's Travel Goods UNCLASSIFIED l. Bahcall, lnc. Sylvester "Coonie" Esler John Cnoodland, Jr. Josten's Engraving Co. Ralph McGowan E. R. Moore Co. Carrie E. Morgan A. G. Pfanlcuch Tesch's Restaurant Rio Theater A Friend A Friend A Friend ROOFING 84 SIDING TOBACCO Lueblce Roofing 84 Siding Co. P' gf J' SM uTiuTiEs RUGS Wisconsin Michigan power Co yomm 84 Sons, inc. TRANSPORTATION EuchRert Trgnspiartation Co. WASTE PAPER SCHOOLS ,Q ox ive us ine Harry l'l- Lone YW. J. Kaminslcy Co. Lawrence College of Wisconsin Muenster Van Service Northern Transportation Co. SHQES WQQLENS Big Shoe Store TRAVEL BUREAU Appleton Woolen Mills Bohl 84 Maeser, lnc. Elias Travel Bureau J. B. Courtney 84 Co. tto the finish! Battling it out are Dave Wittwer and Ken Schwerbel, while Ken Kasperelc and David Meyer watch. . . Busy Bees! 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