Appleton High School - Clarion Yearbook (Appleton, WI)

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lj r TYPICAL STUDENT IN' 1925-54 -...4 ali! a'..-n',, ' u"l.. .,1..... - 4 'ra' In ' "+'h'n"5 I 4 V Ab Q Poe t X-.3 'P teens ' 7 X V'-ef bi , x i "' "' 1 1 l 1 i i Q71 ' 'wig ' .,. ,ixrh "DKK I 'b I94O Kagan WJ? Pdf' I .EX f yy ,x . 'lv H .. 195 1 X f .ffaf IX? 5 Tv i j ' V I Z- NAME. 'l CDU 7A M y K , ,I .,, I 5 ..f K Q21-1 XXXX If X, X. I' i has WWII? INET I ITE iulgk T Q F X nfnrfff i ll Q' Z z:,:,,-, - ff ' I T7 ff I QgQgs1Ify ,af ,- " I V I If fffixx WWW " " 4, i Z, , ,ff wwf I ff rv vnu 1!'P'F'YZ K4 X 734 7 I ' I tg 'T ', 7' I 1 . 'ffl' ,T44 I-I I , f7f T ,Wjurrf 6 'T YQ I I I 'r ' , if-4-2 ,gi , Q M...,,1lvI ,Af ,4-up JIMUIW HA, g ld I "i' -4- 111, 1 rgrnllvw -f fwmmfaw' Qui f ,-1, ...,,,4f-411772 fa, . . f ff ,TWWW 7, " ff! fyzpf ifTII' If2wfL,T -1' I I ' f ..- IIlKI?' - 1 W 2 ' ..,h, r"i-1ifI'7"'7q'fQv ' '- tll f ,",v ful' V " 'x I I g 'X I f f I 4 , A 4 VII ff 4 I ff ' fa? 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A Page 4 We Shall Always Remember 1 II ,.'l:'l.'lB11Il11IcI1lI MARVIN A BABLER December ll l908 December 17 l953 Hrs enture teachlng career was devoted to the students and athletes of Appleton Hlgh School He loved teachung was an excellent coach had a pleasant smule and vvull never be forgotten by those who had the pruvulege of comung tn contact vvlth hum in ,, Q, V ' 3 la W A 9' 5 . 0 C 9 , f , I I I I . . Fifty Years of Progress O4 to 54 Fifty years For us that half century has been filled with growth accomplishment depression and war The growth of our natuon un area population business science and education was the main feature of that era This growth has been the determining factor in our many fabulous accomplishments These accomplishments could not be told un a book tenfold the size of thus volume There have been continual achievements un every known field of en deavor Today our country us one of the supreme powers of the world we are leaders un the field of science our people are better fed clothed and educated than any other people on this earth And these are only a few of the innumerable developments which characterize our country However this era was not all beautiful and pleasant An untermunglung of depression days and wars have blackened certain pages of our history books World War I was the most mechanized war un the history of the world It was remembered as the worst of all wars After ut was all over this natuon reached a high point un financial status but wuthun a decade the depression was shroudung our wealthy natuon Our people suffered lust as people all over the world suffered We remained un this depression for almost ten years Following un the footsteps of our slow recovery was World War ll Its prede hard earned achievements were used un war too Our brothers died un that war lust as our fathers had died un World War I And all through these years good and bad our natuon has continued to grow and develop But our natuon us made up of forty eight states and thousands of cuties towns and villages with l5G mulluon people unhabutung them Each minute growth has been a piece un the great puzzle of development ln T904 Appleton built a new hugh school the cutys first Appleton Hugh From those early days at Morgan to our present days here at Appleton Senior Hugh the teachers and students have made those many achievements which affect our student body today These same people and others will contunue to do so un the future but we the class of T954 are the puoneers of the next half century Our actions will affect our school communutv state and natuon Can we attain as much as the generations before us? us the unevutable question which faces us What wull we from 1954 to 2004 accomplish? For the time being let us revuew our school s history and meet some of uts outstanding personalities both past and present Page 5 . , - , . I ' I ' ' ' I A I I I ' I . u z z , , , . , , , . cessor was no equal for this scientific conflict. Man found that his beloved and - ' l I ' ' ' I , , I I ' , u - , - ' I I I ' - f ,I I ' ' I I ' , , . ST? 1 1 'Q S f'v,'-u . , 'f L1 I, l ha ,Vo-.- . nil 1 ' . . 5 .'0L:l1i,r'f: 45' A .Q 'Tzvnl "fu "'..5 1 yi.. ' ' ' 1 - , . is ' -ang, --,,, ..', W.: -'HEI' 40 S,J VN ff lx 5265, 314, -1- ' ,-f-- :., Page 6 8 xx, .1-1, .- -l v- n-t., '3 ' Hx. .. ., :--.H-3 220 n,ol 0 ' . Jai. 211 , 1 v N .. I ,.f A. 71. Table of Contents Historical . Faculty . . Organizations . . Events . . AThleTiCs . CI asses . HOFIOVS . . Index . sponsors A Y -V.- Q , ' , 1 D5 1 v 1 + . f .I '. 1 1, 'i4fu1,..,dfQ'1 fifsqmll? 5 g R WUI, R -Z 11 X --1 .4- 7 15 21 51 65 81 117 125 133 9,3 qt!! 0 'I if 1 8 K ,ii -Q.. ,ZX 7f Qfiiig in QQ,-ix Mx X Tihlki xg 4 5 'I X ," lc' 1:3 wg 2 14 k 'Ep xl A i 1 1 1 K Win U Congratulatuons to Appleton Hlgh upon uts flftueth ann: versary In all the years sunce my graduatuon un 1916 I have ... always been proud to claum Appleton Hugh School as my hugh school I am stull proud of that dustunctuon Recollectuon of days at Appleton? The questuon causes one to lean back un hus chaur momentaruly close hus eyes and let ones memory do those trucks that only older memorues can do I thunk of classmates and wonder where they are and what they are doung I remember our class presudent who along wuth others of the class paud the supreme sacrufice un World War I un order that we theur classmates mught enloy the benef1ts of a free Ameruca I f1nally seek out my old Clar uon and peruse the puctures the comments and the preduc Tuons My fleetung memory goes wuth these classmates to class rooms Immedlately and easuly I f1nd myself un Latun German Hustory Scuence and Algebra classes I remember wuth a sur prusung keenness how the student councul was formed I can remember varuous other assugnments and opportunutues that came to me whule a student un Appleton Hugh lectuons are not of buuldungs or of adolescent capers My recol But when I close the book and recollect agaun my recol E5 M lectuons are of people people such as our outstandung but not then fully apprecuated pruncupal Paul G W Keller My recollectuons are of people classmates now fruends for 40 years My recollectuons are of people teachers who set goals for me encouraged me to work toward those goals teachers and better thungs teachers whose fruendshups have lasted all One of Appleton Hugh Schools famous graduates as Supertntendent of Publuc lnstructuoru George E Watson It us Mr Watson who durects much of the publuc school thru the years and whom I suncerely hope I now apprecuate polucy throughout une state 145 Whule AHS us celebratung uts flftueth annuversary thus year John Stewart Mulls wull be celebratung hus thurtueth year un the Armed Forces Between has graduatuon from W st Pount un 1924 and hus promotuon to Malor General un 1952 he has earned an astonushung rumber of awards and cutatuons uncludung the Sulver Star Dustunguushed Flyung Cross Leguon of Merut French Croux d Guerre and many others There comes a feelung of deep nostalgua when I remun usce on my days at Appleton Hugh School 11919 231 In addutuon to athletucs I thunk the part that stands out most vuvudly un my memory us the wonderful teachers that I had I mught name a few Muss Carter Muss Hahn Muss Guyles Muss McKennan Muss Muelke Mr Wells Mr Helble Mr Rasey and Coach Art Denny These unduvuduals d others gave me a basuc traunung un educatuon that has proved unvaluable throughout the past 30 years and whuch wull keep me undebted forever to Apple ton Hugh School Page 8 . , j A M . ' ' , . I . 4 ' ' X f I ,Q I I - ' I I . I I I 1 1 - ' 1 1 1 ' .Q . I 5 l , , , : - f I who inspired me and teachers who required me to do bigger whose influence is directly felt by Wisconsin students, . e , . , , -I - I. ' . , . . I . , ' I - e 3' .- fp . . - , . . . . A 5 I x . . . . I ' 1' . . . . - - " 1 I yy . . . I 1 1 1 ' I ' I 5 . , . X Q ' ' ' ' it xx I I ' - - x , ' 1' H fl 3 l . 1'- fx., rub ZlSfTIu Though relatuvely young Edward Weusmuller p tron of AHS s Quull and Scroll chapter has ac quured a remarkable record as a poet When only Serves of Young Poets As a Rhodes Scholar h stcdued at Oxford he receuved a doctors degree there and later became presudent of the Unuverslly s poetucal socuety In addutuon to orugunal poetry Mr Weusmuller us also famous for hus versonuflcatuon of Multon As presudent of the Campbell Soup Company Beverly Murphy represents AHS un the busuness world He made a very valuable contrubutuon durung the war by workung as a commuttee head for the War Productuon Board The hugh school years must be a partucularly umpressuon In 1931 when I graduated from Appleton Hugh School the old buuldung was stull un use So my physucal recollectuons are of dark halls worn staurs and rooms luke crammed pock ets of the racket of saggung locker doors beung slammed and of the uourneyung odors of damp bruck gym socks cook ung sweepung compound escaped H S and agung wood and plaster Yet these are pleasant memorues because I enuoyed myself un hugh school What dud I en oy? Everythung Ut cant have been true but ut seems so nowl Blowung glass and doung uduot experu ments un the chem lab after hours Wrutung a new land really unnecessaryl Hfth act for Macbeth Doodlung wuth my com pass and protractor un geometry class Wrutung features for the Talusman features whuch un our unnocence I and my classmates thought slyly sophustucated and excrucuatungly funny Dud I learn anythung'? Less perhaps than I thought but an astonushung amount I wush I could pun medals on those who let me learn un class and out they cannot be named here but they are all fondly remembered What paragons they were and are' For to be a hugh school teacher and survuve a person must surely have a cast uron constututuon nerves luke hawsers the udealusm and the dusposutuon of an apprentuce saunt and a practucal untellu gence whuch applued say to Bug Busuness would blow the lud off the stock market unsude sux months Why should such magnuflcent beungs remaun as hugh school teachers when any one of them could obvuously hold wuth dustunctuon any uob Gabruel'P The answer can only be that IGod help them and God bless themll they want to be hugh school teachers to help a luttle along the uneasy way those muddled demand ung strudent cheerful lazy acquusutuve uuttery affectuonate touchy secretuve frustrated uproaruous anumals that are the young of Man Thats you But dont look now later wull be soon enough Say twenty three years from now 'QW' able peruod un ones lufe or the unfluence of Appleton Hugh School must be potent I suspect that both factors are um portant because my recollectuons of the four years spent un the old Appleton Hugh School buuldung are remarkably vuvud The many hours devoted to preparatuon of materual for """"" the CLARION the excutement over the vuctorues of the football and basketball teams and the perQ'taI unterest and the un spuratuon provuded by the teachers, uncludung Mr Rasey Mr Helble Muss Harper Muss Klumb Muss Mueller Mr Hugh Muss Jacobs and others seem as clear un my mund today as they were thurty years ago I owe much to Appleton Hugh School uts faculty and my classmates for an exceptuonally happy tume of my Iufe and for a preparatuon that has meant much to me for many years I O Page 9 I I 1 1 ' I. I I ' I I - ' . 1 l 1 Lg 1 O . . y - ' 1 ' 1 I ' ' . A . i A . D , I I , , I , . 1 ' I O I ' I -. . , I . I . . , 1 , . I , . I as . . . . I twenty-one, he received flrst place in "The Yale up to and including the one at present filled by the Archangel I - ' A - 1 l e . . 1 .l . . . 4 . A - I 4 I I . . . I . . . ' ' I , , , ' A ' ' 1 l I I 1 . I . 1 H 1 . 1 I I I . Q ' . . . . as ' 1 s 1 . 4 L I I, 1 ' ' - I K I I I ' ' I I I I . I I . Two states of mInd summarlze my recollectIons of Ap pleton Htgh School my happIness the day I entered the school my happtness the day I left It The IntervenIng years packed wIth BCTIVIIY Csome of It worthwhIle most of It futile! were pleasant enough and fast movIng I had many student and faculty frIends and whule the former delnghted In play Ing lFICkS on me and laughmg at my expense the latter des paIred of a student who refused to work for grades and who Instead of makIng parrot lIke repetItIons of assIgnments had the unpardonable tendency to dISCUSS Ideas and thetr ramlfica tIonS OutstandIng among the hIgh school Incndents that I fondly remember are PGTIICIDBTIOD In the Senuor Class Play wInnIng a gold medal for speed typIng wrItIng an artIcle for the school paper havIng It refused by the student edntors as No good and thereupon sellIng It to a natlonal magazIne and the tnme that our speech Instructor MISS MCNSVID arranged to have me play a pIano group for the student body durIng assembly The hour was to be shared wIth one of our athletlc heroes who was to do a make up elocutlon What a chance thought some of hIs pals to pull a fast one on Schwerkel Whlch they proceeded to do by placIng an alarm clock Insude the plano and settIng It to go off when I should be In the mndst of my first number TheIr antIcIpatory glee over my dIscomfiture was heard by Mnss MCNSVID who thus havlng Wlnd of the matter changed the order of the program and the clock Instead of spoIlIng my Rhapsody woke up the through hIS recItatIon Everybody was In convulsuons Muslc was out of the QUESTION that day and I played for the students another tIme Before begInnIng however I assured them there was no clock In the pIano and that they could go to sleep In all securlty Most of them I thtnk gladly complted though I must say that theIr lusty applause when I had fin Ished stIll rlngs Ioyously ID my ears 1 the tItle often bestowed upon IrvIng Schwerke For twenty five years he made hIs home IH ParIs as the musIcal correspondent for newspapers all over the world In addItIon he Introduced AmerIcan musIc to the Europeans Mr Schwerke has been the re Clplenf of many awards IncludIng the KnIght of the LEQIOH of Honor In France WIll Ross IS the only one of our graduates Included here in Page 'IO who IS not lIvIng but because of the momentous work he accomplIshed durung hIs IIfe we feel he should be Included He was a student at Ryan Hngh at the tlme that It burned Although he was often Ill WIII managed to make the basket ball and football squads but was the first to admlt that he was no banner student When WIll was twenty he was told that he had tuber culosIs He went to the Southwest to find a clImate cure but soon came back more dead than alIve to begln the struggle for IIfe whIch has Insplred mIllIons of T B vIctIms ever slnce After he had Improved somewhat he opened a P X for the patlents and employees gf the sanItorIum whIch he later ex panded Into one of the largest hospltal supply compantes ID the natton WIII also threw hImself wholeheartedly Into T B control work In 1945 he was the second non medIcal man to become presldent of the NatIonal Tuberculosts AssocIatIon It IS In hIs honor that the AssocIatIon annually awards the WIII Ross Medal for outstandmg and dIstInguIshed contrIbutIon to the tuberculosIs control movement a remInder to mIllIons of an Appleton boy who refused to be thwarted by what seemed to be an unsurmountable handIcap , I. . . . - i X I . I . . . . - , ' . Nc I . . . , I I L , I if ' D ll ' ll I ' . I ' I f . . f - . . . I l I I I . . I I school while our field and track champion was floundering "Ambassador of American Music in Europe" is . I . . . . a . - 1 1 A I , l 4 - 1 I 1 . I . , . . . I . I , . . . . I . ' ef I - P I , , ' . ' I . l A Il ll 4 I . , ' . I ' I wut-e Especually Father Gladys Tabers most famous book us not her only claum to fame She has also made an excellent reputatuon as assustant edutor of ladues Home Journal playwrught and teacher of I dud not dustunguush myself un any way un Hugh School days and can only claum wrutung wuth a degree of success a serues of storues about college lufe whuch appeared un the I remember golden Autumn mornungs when I walked from Brokaw Place to Hugh School wearung my dark blue wool muddy suut laced wuth scarlet rubbon and carryung Twelve Centurues of Prose and Poetry un my book bag And a whole wonderful day ahead packed wuth excutement lt was a golden tume The old school was small enough so the faculty had plenty of tume to be fruendly we hung around after hours lust talkung thungs over Physucal Educa tuon was unformal we played basketball and learned the lrush Reel We wore dark serge bloomers black stockungs whute muddues stout shoes Workung on the Claruon was a terrufic uob Should we have a marbeluzed punk and green cover or a blue and yellow one? Could we ask what popular Englush teacher and what Hustory teacher got tupped out of a sleugh'? Probably nothung could ever compare wuth the delught of havung the lead un the Senuor play Makung my entrance down a flught of ruckety stage staurs I nearly fell on my face The hero forgot to come on stage un one act he was suckung a lemon behund the props somewhere The offstage nouses all came at the wrong tume and ut was a fine productuonl Rose Ellen McNevun was a tradutuon un those days any student who rehearsed or recuted the Fall of Tarquun under her guud ance was unspured to be a famous actor I was always sure we won the football games because my beau was left end In Assembly room durung study hour I could lay down my copy of Immensee and wander past the wundow and watch the team practusung un the bug sude yard Football rallues wuth a hugh fire leapung un the dark and the players makung memorable speeches such as Sure hope We wun tomorrow It all adds up to a wonderful school the teachung was superuor the spurut fine and my only complaunt as I got that rolled duploma was that ut ended so soon' Claruon All my growung years were spent un what us now the Phu Delta Theta House on the Lawrence Campus so had hrst nand knowledge I always leaned warmly to the Theatre but never got further than takung comedy parts A try at debatung was my only untellectual approach to hugher educatuon After eught years of study un college and professuonal schools the gurls at Mount Holyoke un South Hadley Mass achusetts had the great pleasure of my unstructuon Thus wuth a turn un the professuonal theatre brought me unto Gurl Scoutung My chuef Interest has always been wuth chuldren and I can safely say that my present organuzatuon has been a puoneer In what us now called creatuve dramatucs Although Oleda Schrottky claums that she dtd not dustunguush herself un hugh school she certaunly has obtauned a great deal of recognutuon sunce grad uatuon Muss Schrottky us now head of the dramatucs duvusuon of the Natuonal aw ,F I 4'Y' Gurl Scouts and us unfluentual un untroducung the theatre to her followers Page 'I1 . . . . . ,, - 1, . , . I I ' I I , . - H . ff - - H - . . . ,, , . I , ,. I 1 , ' I - I , ' ' , u 11 , , short story writing at Columbia University, - ' ' ' ' - H . U I . . . . . . . , , 1 I . . ,I - ff . - - I I ' 0 ' ' . . 'I .. I 1 I . . . A f ' 1 ' I - - - H - - u, , . O6 37s AHS Tender twosome Lettered man ul? Nw w-tiff" Hockey Hounds 1 1l1 If I - 1111 IH- l-!! :ml- , --rl 29sVson A P P Agaun LE TON' Thus cheer along wuth the school uf represents us celebratung thus year uts httueth annuversary Actually the cutys irst senuor class ten students ot a dustruct school graduated un T878 but not untul the burnung of an Hugh O4 dd cuy unue a schools unto A H S The students ot O4 recall wuth relush the contusuon whuch tollowed Classes had to be held all over the cuty wuth a whole delught tul quarter hour between them By the tall of 1905 the buuldung Know Morgan Schooll was completed and three hundred students roamed uts halls descrubed as sumply enormous The never endung cycle of sophomore to senuor contunued wuth each class leavung behund ut an addutuonal rung on the ladder of progress Apple ton Hugh s tuture athletuc prowess was unducated when un T926 the track team won the ttrst Fox Valley Conference champuonshup The band and orchestra took the spotlught un T931 by playung un a natuonal tournament and later at the World s all' By T936 however the enormous halls were unbearably overcrowded The cuty councul had I luv YOUU UNE APPLETON Curta'n C ll .?'?J Mostly for pleasure. Page TQ V- I f:.Lmns:u.ai-mas.. 38 s reality long been aware of thrs problem and after con stdernng varuous sutes for nearly twenty five years finally decided on the present locatnon The bulld :ng completed ID l936 cost Sl O63 991 and could house l8OO students The public really did not begun to realize the lmmenslty of the structure unttl they read about Its 3700 lockers 2668 lught bulbs l9OO flxtures and S3 OOO collection of paintings Appleton citizens read that It took two gtrls two weeks lust to Index the keys for the school and wondered at the Increasing number of the ctty s youth Thelr youth took ut up from there ln l943 they organrzed the Student Counctl nn l949 one ot her representatlves to Badger Boys State was elected National Presndent Her athletuc teams orators and debaters have always ranked among the hrghest IH the state Indeed A HS students may look back on a halt century otl adershup scholarshup and sports manshlp and forward to at least another half century which wall excel even the excellent record of the past Letter man BARN! me W-Ska 54 and Future 'Kalb- Valentmo Era'9'9 Y' s. FOR 0 .X vlcronv ens 1 s 'ww' War Era "4 Ttpsy Twosomew Hakers Wtth sktrts cut short and har cut long P: ? l ir? ,, -41.- ,,, ' I f.:f, v 1 ....-f -1' , w.-'L..4 N , 'Y' ..t .--- 1-1 M- 1 1 - ' I All 8 x I 5 X I I . ' 1 . . ,I I I I I I ' 1 1 1 I I I 1 - 1 - 1 F ' 1 ' 'ha ' I - 1 ' , W 'I' , , Jw'V,,"', ,L - . ' I 1 , L 1 . 4 7, A, -L 1 QS: fT'wfgsT2,f 'a , -,,' 54 - 'M I I .1 ,tgge,r,nf:,kA k , ' 'ff 'te ' 1 1 . . . I ' .sighs 2, . A p Q - 4,2 ', . og. - I I rx .'-- .- . lm.. , . 44, E 1 V Q s V , v- - ' - , . I 1' 'f' 4' ! -. - .i utr - ' . , a 5'-, - , . .- . v t I ' ' ' ' A .1, .L 1 ....-uf - l p . U . Y --..,.. - 'I ' ' ' . ,,,',,. ,..- N Y A 1 - 4, J' . ,q ' - A " M. b K n A . ' - l . Q 'l Qgff ' s eff- :ws .V awk ' ' l , vb Football ftghters of O4 Ryan Home EC Class u 'Xuv B 41 Commencement Program and Claruon of O8 Four to F1fty four Wutn the theme of O4 54 ut us only rught that attentuon be called to thus first class be tore we turn the spotlught on ourselves Forty five students were awautung gradua tuon The gurls un muddy blouses black stock ungs and bug bows and theur gentlemen class mates could look back on a hugh school educa tuon broadened by an extensuve curruculum but few extra curruculars On theur commencement program was a speech entutled Quo Vadus? The answers whuch some of these students and theur suc cessors gave are un the precedung pages The answers whuch 54 and uts successors wull guve wull be told un the CLARION of 2004 -1' an 'msg WNW The class of O8 Valeductoruan Muss Koppln Ryan Hugh Ryan Fure Page '14 'S 'rf' -fi' "ir ffl-wi. ' Q, .Q Q 'P' Y ' 1 ' . u Z, Tx X 4 ,u V' x- . , A l - Y 4 1 J' l ' Q 5 N . 4., l. . S 'C 5 . 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"1" f f X.. 3 .-K--v -f-f X 2: f' "' XM N K g g Si, 'qi Q. aL Q xf QQ' Q I ' I Y Administration Mr Herbert H Helble Mr Werner Wutte Mr Herbert H Helble our emcuent and exper Mr Werner Wutte the assustant pruncupal us re uenced pruncupal contunually struves to mauntaun the sponsuble for the success of many of our school ac hugh standards of Appleton Hugh School The fine tuvutues In addutuon he us dean of boys manages school spurut us due to has leadershup and eFlorts athletuc events and teaches un the socual scuence department ,rx WS. !!i 'N I Mr John P Mann Muss Annabelle Wolf The excellent supervusuon of the Appleton Publuc School system us due to the expert guudance ot Su peruntendent John P Mann I Q wifi 'V' X I .-1 ,..1"' Back row Mr John Schnerder Mr John Strange Mr Franklun Jesse Mrs Myra Kellogg Mn Myrl Davus Front row Mr Edward Krueger Mr Earl Harder Mr John Wollwage Mr John Mann Page 'lo Our dean ot gurls Muss Annabelle Wolf helps stu dents solve theur problems and plan theur future She also supervuses the work of the Student Councul The Appleton School Board elected by the voters works tor the unterests ofthe students by plannung currucu Ia and selectung teachers The efforts of thus actuve group have guven and wull contunue to guve Appleton students a good educatuon I! yr' ' A - 4- K K X. - - , f-Q' , 2 ,us N ' 7 . if T , Qi' 5 1 u J, All 2' ' , ff lil I F' .. 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Mrs Edna Heckle manager of Ap pleton Hugh Schools cafeterua pre pares the noon meal and supervuses the servung of food to students and Teachers who eat the-ur lunches at ool A a result of thus sta efforts our cafeterua runs smoothly and efflcuently Le to rught Barbara Wunkler Ellen Gehl Myra Selug Donna Wuchman Jo Anne Jarchow Jean Albrecht Mrs Heckle Muss Jean Daelke Mrs Joyce Lemke Our ofhce gurls Muss Jean Daelke an Mrs Joyce Lemke keep the records of Appleton Hugh School well organuzed and the tiles un good order 1 X Mr Darwun Peterson Mr Ferdunand Arnold Mr Wulluam Weudeman Mrs Margaret Schade Mrs Beatruce Hansen Our reluable uanutors and uanutresses are responsuble tor the mauntenance of the school and uts grounds They buuld and preserve the neat appearance vvhuch Apple ton Hugh School presents fx Ii T Mr Gerald Southhard Mr Robert Rahn Mr Howard Van Dyke Mr Lewus Jury P55217 . . 4 A, I E Z I - x I M fr- - - V I , iw A M ' A A xl sch . s A ' tts H . . I I , y . 1 Inf? 1 . 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MR DAVID BLACK Physncal Educatuon Archery Club Square Dance Club Tumbling Club MR HAROLD BRIESE Socual Studnes MISS MYRTLE BROOKS Engllsh MR JACK BURROUGHS Blology Backstage MR HARRY CAMERON MR FRANK COMELLA Band MR SIDNEY COTTON Prnntmg Ushers Club MR ADOLF DILLON Socual Studues Head Football Coach Tenms Coach MR KENNETH EDGE Socnal Studles Ushers Club Radto Forum Workshop MR G A EDIGER Chemustry Assustant Football Coach MR RICHARD EMANUEL Mathernattcs Head Basketball Coach MR DONALD EXNER Socual Studnes Track Coach o A 9 La. ,sr , L ' I, air f A If X15 an xt I -I X sf 431' S f - 1, I " Lea Y f. l ...gh I ,,., ' S 'fxx 'I' T . . , I -4- I 'XJ AX. f Ill I K fi + A my MJ, I es' .K l. l ,C I' rl -L A e, fl r ' in J - I v Industrial Arts Head, Lockers , 'Ula I it A ' Q , A :I ., 3.- a I P 's ' -A - l - ' I III , f f 1 I I f .zz ,na ' vlan af rw' , :An fl , ' I f' ' If I "f ' , . .nawxv YN", 1' YW' ...J po. 47 -nr gf na '47 S- K! I I - l MISS PAULINE GAERTNER Physncal Educatuon GAA MR E JOHN GOODRICH Socnal Studues Radlo Forum Workshop Talnsman rm., MR JOHN GRAFF Commercnal Socual Studnes Basketball Coach MR RAY HAMANN Mathematncs Head Assnstant Football Coach Assustant Track Coach MRS VIOLET HIMEBAUGH Spamsh Spamsh Club MISS ADELA KLUMB Englush Head MISS ELSlE KOPPLIN Language Head Latnn Latm Club W ,4- MR BRUNO KRUEGER Commercual Head Commercual Club Talnsman MR KENNETH KUEMMERLElN Assnstant Art Art Workshop Assnstant Track Coach MISS DOLORES LANDREMAN Engllsh Quull and Scroll MISS BETTY LEHNHERR Englush Claruon MISS LAURA LIVERMORE Commerclal Commercial Cub MISS RUTH Mc KENNAN Speech Head Declamatnon Dramatucs Curtam Ca MISS RUTH MIELKE Lnbraruan ff' 5 MRS GENE NIENOW Englush Backstage MRS JULIA O KEEFE Nurse Home Hygnene C! f'7 MISS MARY O'LEARY Home Arts MRS LOIS OLSON Physncal Educatnon, Orchesns Page T9 MISS ELIZABETH PLOWRIGHT Socnal Studnes Englrsh Clarron Extempore Spealung 5, MR WALTER PRIBNOW rh Scnence Head Physucs Noon Duty MR OWEN REPPERT Industrlal Arts Backstage MISS JEAN REYNOLDS Englssh Publicity MISS LEONE ROBICHAUD ,x Commercnal Commercnal Club U S Stamp Sales MR KENNETH SAGER Socnal Studues Head Speech Humorous Declamatnon Oratory One Act Plays it nfl ...Av -.1 Q' 1 Page Q0 F' 'vb-1' PV' I pw DR RUDOLPH SCI-ILUETER French German Socral Studres German Cub MR LESTER E SCHULZ Chorus Operetta MR CHARLES SCRIBNER Brology Nature Club my MR MYRLON sElMs 'ws lndustrral Arts Commercnal Commercral Club Assustant Track Coach Assustant Athletrc Manager MISS MINNE SMITH Englrsh MISS CATHERINE SPENCE Home Arts Head MRS CAROLINE SULLIVAN Commercnal Commercnal Club Clarnon MR HUBERT WETAK Mathematrcs Debate Cafeterna Cashrer MISS MARJORIE WILLIAMS English Talnsman MR LAWRENCE WITZKE Physucal Educatron Cheerleaders Intramurals MR VERNON ZIMMERMAN Brology Assnstant Football Coach Camera Club .J . V I . I I W I . , E a I A 7 I . r rr . 1 I . I A 1 A , I 'Riga J K I I 1 1 4' - If 1 , . . 6 D z -'V ' L-A 1 'K ' "' .r ' ' C: ,J ' - T Q 3 I "' :W k I . ' I C . .Its V' - I f--. I 'f Th ' ' -sl . ff T I S 2 ,. N if ' L MR. HERBERT SIMON - ji, V, - Q- I I ' . I .' I . ,f V V Ur. K I A k , ' . ,- - I 5 A A y,ag,,r y N X M ' D 'N .' A I 'L if M . I . rx Q, of A 1 ' f "fun" ' .re JM I 1-V an If ' . . . . , I Yu A -f r r r 1'7I . ' I 1 5 A "' - u If I I f 1 'I 7, ff f -.9 we I ' xx I. . Q 4' Xklg ff FZ 2 xg-ff A3 Wm! is JI vo R cs A ., 'ff' . N -ax X . . T 'x.'. K' vl. I A ' Q v O l J N A s , Z 2.3xLr'ffj?s gs.: XE? ,, I A V Q Q 5592? ff? f 7 My X fadg li 5 .J f mf f 35? QX J ,' WX Q , m ' , L .x 6 Af K X , K Q NM Stand ng Bye Esbensen Bomnu Root MssLehnl1er Seated Paul Fanzke Kuefer McConagha Hollenback M Ann Page QQ Standn ' M'elke F'elkow Cohen Cha man g. p 4 Seated: Warne, No ak, L, Sch ebs Kea 'ng B. Left to r'ght: Bu ton Blank, Taylo Pol'sky McGraw, Cary. Clarlon Ed1tor1a1 Together We Bulld In numbers and In tame The pages of the l954 Clarion Wall unfold to you a sum mary ot Appleton Hugh School s early and present day student accompllsh ments These Interesting and revealung facts have been gathered together by our co edntors Margaret McCon agha and .hm Kiefer aided by Mar aret Hol nback n charge classes Aurella Franzke events and Mary Root organnzatlons Other sec tuons were arranged by Nancy Paul faculty and Eduth Esbensen nndex The photography was headed by Brll Bye and the clever caricatures were drawn by the art department super vused by Mark Laux The typlsts were .lanuce Srnnth and Cathenne Taylor The Clarion was advnsed and supervised by Miss Betty Lehnherr and Mrs Caroline Sullrvan Under their guidance the coop once agann published an outstanding book Standing Mersle Godfrey Kluge Weller Scwloss Q ated Schuetter Mu en M E Boettcher Jo Pass er CIBIIOH Busmess lt is a great satisfaction to e Clarion business staft and their director Miss Elizabeth Plovvrnght when the books are in the hands of all subscribers for it is their duty to handle the financial and business end of the publication The co spon sorship managers Sandy Stillman tions conduct all meetings and re cord all sponsorships Marlene Ram mer subscription manager takes subscriptions from teachers and stu dents who are not in the finance plan Sue Manner business manager keeps a record of all business trans actions and keeps a complete double ,- ledger of all receipts and expend: tures The circulation manager Judy Crane handles the bills and super vvses the distribution ot the year book Students find themselves mem bers after they have successfully acquired ten sponsorships from townspeople and businessmen N"""'b Standing Rammer Crane Ju Schreiter S Grnmrner Seated Stillman S Mass Plowright Manner Krk J Standing Thomas Ja Daucnert Steege Slezak Van Lyssel Seated Steen McBain Steinberg S Kreck N T2 Paqe Q3 4 L" QL- ' ,Q . g 1 I , 4 'x f 'T 1 ,T S G , cf ' 5 , , :V -,EVA W .A 1 I I, ll ,V , my I, T 1 . I I th T . I . A . I 9 .Il 1 A I' . ixy 1. ' ' U - A : J B - and Jo Anne Kirk, assign solicita- I I - , , ' I I 'VV . . - . I , 5 I 5 . , , I O . ,x I ' , 1 A l I Q . g 'dx 1 K V Y, 9 I , L.:-1. . o . 4 Left to right Carroll Krichmar Beck Miss Williams Rebemtch Knerp Talisman Editorial Staff Under the direction of Miss Williams and Mr. Goodrich, the "Talisman" had a prosperous year. The "Tally" has been published for the past thirty years as an extra curricular activity. lt is dis- tributed during homeroom period every Tuesday. The staff also presented a Tally radio show on the Tuesdays after vacations when no paper was published The Talisman has received high rating from the National Scholastic Press Association and from the Natronal Quill and Scroll Society A few of the people responsible for the success of the paper were co editors Nancy Carroll and Dianne Rebenitch co feature editors Shirley Krichmar and James Beck sports editor Dave Knelp -'K First row Zimmerman Schulz Lemke Olson N Potter Sealy Busch Second row Reinke Bertram Streator Hamilton Brinkman Schroeder Mathews Joyce Chapnntsky Third row Dnttmer Halverson Mullen Close Heaton Greiner Holland Slezak Posniak X 4 O Q.: Q- V7 yt C7 rv K-I First row Olson M Mckahan Langman Belling Second row Gretsch Ahrens Kohl Seehawer Schreiter Page Q4 l if .st f B T I lj in N 41 I . . ' ' ' . . ul, '.'.:ur1' I ' I 1. is l . , - I tt ' . 2 9' . A T . s, 'U A . Q' I 41 J, ' I ' 1 V' " " . Q l 'Y l p , . .T '-E: , 4-4 Ei 1 T i ' 11 3 4 wif. - , 5 7 t :ir Q T. is D " x " " 'K 1 it ' Q ' . W I -xx ,K Q, , lv A . - ' - Q 15 ' 17' nv I 9 Ftrst row Anderson Benson M Mr Krueger Goodwtn Gelbke Second row Bogen Earlung M Arthur OKeefe P Hollander Nagreen Thtrd row Kasworm Esbensen Bates Jury Brockhaus McCann Furst row Schuedermayer Knuagt Zordel Tank Second row Schrerter S Howard Buetow Gosha Thurd row Kasworm Bogen Van Lyssel Prngle Nelson Barlow P1-f .. Og 'D SI Furst row Grummer Radloff Mr Krueger Kettennoten bChmBlZ Second row Steege Gardner Peotter Perschbacwer Schmtdt Mullen M Thtrd row Steene Magoon Belltng C Ieary Sealy Meltz Ju Meltz Jo Ta11sman Bus1ness Dad you ever stop to thunk how much we depend upon the Talnsman to keep us mtormed on school actnvutues'? Begun In 1924, the paper us tssued every Tuesday It ts edlted by students as an extra currtcular actnvuty The business stat? works hard to help make the Tally a success Among nts many lobs are those of dlstnbutlng the paper to the students and securmg advertusung contracts to help nn tinancmg the paper The students who work on thus stat? gam practical expenence IH busuness methods and salesmanshlp The staf? IS dnvuded unto three parts adverttsmg, business, and curculatlon Thus year, the advertlstng was headed by Marilyn Benson Beverly Radlof? and Ann Kettenhofen were co bustness managers, and the cnrculatlon department was led by Corrme Knunlt and Leah Tank Mr Krueger IS the stat? advlser Page Q5 1 I l 1 I 1 .2 Y I 1 V 1 'I ' I 4 I ' . , ' I , f , , , - I t v . an 4 ,' . l ' ' V ' . I . , I 1 I I V V I ' .' I , T7 ' . C7 4. 1 4 -- l . s., 1 ' 1 .- I "- s 1 . , Q , " . l Yin .5 .f ff ,kf xi, ' 2 ' , , - 1 f - I , , , l , , , -C- . . II ' ll 1 L . . - ' . I - , H H . . , , - -- .0-Q.-...Q Fnrst row Franzke Mumme Heaton Laue Paul Rebemtch Second row Olson McConagha Hollenback Gretsch Schroeder Zordel Kruchmar Kasworm Thnrd row Manner Benson Tlmmers Knunt Gelbke Goodwm 1 l 1 -1--I--6 va, IJ Bl Frrst row Znesemer Krrk Wulluarnsen Arthur Kettenhoten Schmudt Second row Root Crane Esbensen Lemke Taylor Radloft Mullen Anderson Rammer Boettcher Bonnnr McBam Qu111 and Scroll Students showung outstandlng work on a publrca tlon staff tor one year are recommended by their respectxve advrsers to the Edward Welsmuller Chap ter of Quill and Scroll Provided that they have sat lsfactory grades they are accepted unto the honorary organlzatuon Under the dnrectnon of Mass Landreman the clubs 'ullnn-vw many actlvutnes Include the publlcatlon edltrng and sellung of Patterns of Stardust and the annual Chrlst mas musucale At the monthly meetlngs, the club as entertained by many nnterestung speakers The ottlcers for the year were as follows presrdent Pat Grerner vuce presndent Sandra Stlllman secretary Mary Potter and treasurer Kermit Seehawer Furst row Cohen Potter Mass Landreman Greuner Stlllman Beck Second row Klefer, Knerp, Hamrlton, Leary, Busch Langman, Bye, Carroll Page Q6 , L 1 ' ,. Hx , ,.-.....f.- - v C . AO y , . U A ' 1 I C 7' e. ' f 1 ,, ' " ' , . v L r ,, ' g 4 . . . . . 1 " - Q f' fe- g -N - 1 , . A '. , ,. 1 V 5 fab "iss . ' -555514, P f 1i"",t 1 . 2 I I I I I I ' I I I I - V I I I ' 5 I 1 4 I H I 1 l - M , , U 1 xi, . , " 4 5 X ,I - vi A I , ' ci ' , ' " , 5 b l J -'r 1 ,, .. . Q . 't' . , I I 7' y w ! , , , v S A- , , Sl i 1. ' -. ' . - . x w 3 ' " PJ l . Sa f , V Q X " - has F f . nan . inlu! I Z ' I ' I I I I I I . ' : I I I I I I I I I I , , . - I I r - . ,, 1, - I Z I - I ' I I I . . . , l . I 1 I - l '2-- Q N jx 0 ' l ,I Q m I -A. - ga. , - .- ll U : 1 ' ' , J 5 Q .. ' U s . '. N-f , 'T - , A , ' ' '. , ' L1 a z l X ' ' . Pl Y Ig ' 4 Y l . , A I Cv f I ' 2 H' . ' " 4 L 4 . 4 I 4 ' 1 , , ' , ' . ' . - 1 1 Q if: V' -x T Frrst row Roemer Mr Graft Mr Snmon Wlllrarnsen Second row Werss Kasworrn Tank L Schredermayer S Knuqt Thrrd row Stoeger Van Dynhoven Brockhaus Sealy Jury Kettenhofen V' 1-1 XX L If Frrst row Mr Krueger Radloff Zreserner Mrs Sulltvan Second row Hamlln Gebherm Hretpas Rohm Mrss ltvermore Mss Rob chaud Thtrd row Langman Magoon Hlnzman Busch l-loptensperger S hmalz B ll ng C Commerclal Club Commercial Club met twrce a month throughout the year to receuve nnformatlon from guest speakers and to drscuss Ideas not brought up rn class The members were lunnors and sensors wuth at least an M average who were carryrng two or more commercial subgects Along wuth theur other work they typed en trles for Patterns of Stardust for those unable to type The officers thus year were Beverly Radloft presldent Anne Kettenhoten vace presndent Loss Wrllnam sen, secretary Corrrne Knurlt, treasurer Margaret Langman Tally reporter and Sue Schrnalz historian Faculty advrsers were Mr Krueger Mass Lrvermore, Mrss Robnchaud Mr Slmon, Mr Graff Mrs Sullr van and AAr Bnese Page Q7 iw." V Mx ' k ? fi 1 1 5 , 7. V , . A, MQ f- 4 I ' J., !, ' W V, -4' I 2 t Y r t . A of 5 2' 4- ' 4 . I - 5 , , t 5 l ' l s ' gr W uf , x I f I ' ' x li .KS , in 'L Q V , N7 gr 1 I U vw. h Q ' 3 ., . "f ,L 3. rn . . , ,K 5 ' " k if? ' ' , f' Fl' ' ft. , r I - s' . t , l , r s 1 X ',g,:fi3f. . -., 6, 'J' .f Q 4 -, ' ,IA x g 7 . --., .f 3, -'--- J - :- , I t ,V ,I , ' - , i i . ' : Q , , , , c, , e i , . . . . . . . . - H ,, . I ' ,ll Al ' I - I 2 , ' 2 r ' - I I ' '- n A l ' I I I tt ,, Z I . ' . , D ' , . ' 1 " ' , . . Ftrst row Sauberltch Reck Schretter Muilen Mcconagha Rebenttch Klotzbach Schultz Y Second row Bowers Muller Y Shortt Schulz Gehrmann Burdick Hoernung Mr Burroughs Thtrd row Belitng Brautugam Putman Peters Anderson B Johnson M Barlow Gosha Shannon Fourth row Walters Bohatschek Borchardt Dtttmer Marquardt Baumgartner Cary .DY The Show Must Go On' Ftrst row Hanson D., Schlafke, Warner Htnnethal Second row Rueter Pusch, Steffens Harnman Kersten Rehbem Thtrd row Dachelet Larson, Peters Becker Mtelke Fourth row Bye Hoh, Mullen, Davts I P--N... ,avr- ' Fnrst row Casperson Brennecke Heaton Brockhaus Busch Paul Lueders Second row Lemke P Gencke Asmussen B Browmng Perschbacher Ptette Lee Third row Reetz Dheln Langman Maves Wnlson Coenen Fourth row Radloft Tagoart Myse Pnngle Tnmmers INN Curtam Call Produchon One of the largest organuzatlons of A HS IS Curtann Call Productlon This clubs five mann crews consustrng of makeup construction desugn light :ng and properties are headed by Vmra Klotzbach Tom Hlnnenthal Pat Grelner Joan Sanberluch and Beverly Radlott respectlvely Membership an this organuzatnon ns obtalned by attendlng a series of workshops during vvhuch the furtctuons of each crew are explaxned Some of the prolects vvhtch were completed durlng the year were the Operetta the Sophomore Talent Show the Sensor Class Play several one act plays and the Christmas Play which was done entlrely wlth shadows and colored lights Mr Burroughs supervlses Tom Hlnnenthal presldent John Harruman vnce president Duane Rebenltch secretary and Roberta Lee treasurer as they work together to plan the club meetungs Other faculty members who aclvlse these stage hands are Mrs Nuenovv and Mr Reppert yr CT I Fnrst row Zachow Mathews Krueger B Howard Gruener Brehmer Second row Bunn Kunttz Voecks Ganzen Kraus Stemberg S Thtrd row Head Gelbke Hollander Mullen M E Magoon H Fauk Chapmtsky Fourth row Arnoldussen McBa:n Kung Gretztnger Berghuts Bergem Page Q0 C7 v " C2 1, ' 'QT ' - 1 W. .H ,Q ' wa . X 1 ' ' X Q. If . x up ,, , P 5: . K 4 1 f I V 1 fl W A 1 - 9,1 x J Y I l' , , ' 1 1 P' ...-. ...,., :I 4 I 1 - ' 1 1 -1 1 1 1 - b : I I I I r - : I .I I I r ' . . 1 1 1 1 I I I ' I I I ' 1 - . . I 1 I ' l I - 1 I 1 ' I 1 I 1 1 ? L ... x .-. F tv C - ll . -X: ' ., T 'rv ' . ' x 1. f ' '. Q. s - ff' ' - , Q 4 L I ' auf' " ' . , .4 Y 1 U I P ' 5 . V i I I 1 rl I 4 V ' 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 - 2 ' 1 1 - 1 - -1 1 -1 1 ' A 2 1 1 ' 1 ' 1 I 1 ' 1 - Fnrst row Crane Krueger Mass McKennan Mr Sager Potter Manner Stenlund Second row Melsle Holdcrott Lorenz Hamulton Rohm Nussbaum Franzke Arthur Zanzng trd row Meltz Jo os noke Meltz J etss Znmrnerman L hultz er Znrnmerman J V Furs row Montetth Wulloughby Tnmrners Ferrel Davis Schroeder Second row Mumme Kassner Paul Newton Vanderloop Jenneman Perschbacher Peotter A Esbensen Thnrd row Klrk Buchanan Laue Goodwtn Radtke McKahan Meek Edge Davts Stammer Gnmrner Curtam Call Actmg Make way Hollywood here we come' These are the members of Curtain Call Actlng one of the largest organlzataons an the school Meetrngs are held twice a month under the dnrectlon of Nllss Ruth McKennan and Mr Kenneth Sager Jovnt meetings are also held vvtth the productlon group of Curtann Call The ofhcers thus year were Bob Krueger president Mary Potter vlce presldent Sandra Stillman secretary and Sue Manner treasurer Every year the annual Christmas play and several one act plays are put on by the group for school assemblies The Chrustmas play was especially outstandlng this year The play entntled Amahl and the Ntght Vlsltors was presented ID an unusual way usung llght and shadow wlth all of the acting being done tn pantomtme The lughttng crew worked vvtth the actors to produce the truly beautlt effect Frrst row Schmrege Olson Muller Lernke Puepenburg Second row Hollenback Roehm, Fraser Anderson Arent, Heaton Thnrd row Kettenhofen Wnchrnan Luethen, O'Keefe, Stohlman, Chrnstensen Ohde, Gaylor Poltsky Fourth row Etsch Nelson, McGraw Boldt Kohler, Root Bubolz Defterdnng Gresenz, Tank Benson page 30 t l Q' 2 Q T K L ' t 1 t I e - ., of 7 , U : ' wk Q X X U If ' ' ' TR , -s s -4 .M Q K - ' T V i .- ' T M -. 5a'x1: , . 1 in 1 s Q l 1 l 1 ' . 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I . . . . . h . . . .IUI 2 ll W to - ' 1 Q, v 1 ' , I V . 5' 11, df y .L x ' 73 ,Q 4 ' . 1.10 4f+.Q-W Standmg Krrchmar Buchanan Grrrnmer Davrs Esbensen Brown Meek Crane Schloss Seated Manner Blacher Laue Fraser Lerrke Mullen M E Mathews Arthur Rad1O Forum Workshop Raduo Forum Workshop one of the Hrgh Schools newer clubs contnnued to flourrsh agaln thus year The orgarnzahon sponsored schoolradlo progranws arnong these was an Armustlce Day presentatuon They also gave a number of varued programs over a local raduo statnon Newcomers were admltted to the club on the basus of voice quality and the orlgtnallty of their wrltrng Twenty two new members were taken Into the club thus year The omcers of Raduo Forum for the year were Clyde Cross and Sarah Blacher co presrdents Sue Mumme saxewry Bob Phmer neaaner and John Ray ser geant at arms. The club advisers were Mr. Kenneth Edge and Mr. E. John Goodrich. i Krrek R ot Mller M L Trmmers Chrrstre C7 ,- 1-1 ao- -x Standing: Wolf, Mr. Edge, Black, Mumme, Steinberg, Kersten, Klotzbach, Franzke, Hamilton, Streator, Ha Searedr Rebenitch, Potter, Rohm, Me-isle, Polisky, rriman, Jentz, Heaton, Page 31 Page 39 al" W' Standmg Harrnman Esbensen Krueger Seated Harmlton Massey Seehawer Debate Competmg nn invitational tournaments at Neenah Kaukauna and Kimberly the Appleton Hugh School debate teams argued the questlon Resolved that the Presldent of the United States should be elected by the dlrect vote of the people Varsuty squad members battlnng with words to the credlt of A H S were attlrma tlve Richard Hamnlton and John Harriman negatave Edlth Esbensen and Robert Krueger Other members whose fluent tongues were set nn motlon by Mr Hubert Wetak were Peter Davns Bull Mlelke and Todd Zeiss rf" Mrelke, Posnvak, Davss, P Dohr, Mr Wetak if Q, ,El F ,gy F , , 0 l U Av, 0 1 l K A 3 , -- r . , 4. n x R 1 I . 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A , " 57' .FH I , 3 fx Ftrst row Koehnke Schultz Y Gosha Poltsky Bergsbaken Mtelke Second row Ferrel Warner Hnntz Koller Putman Lemke B Thtrd row Fanselow Buck Sttllman J Becker AS. fn-A' Standmg Harruman Close Hmnenthal Wadsworth Seated Mnss Wolf Mr Helble Buchanan Student Counc11 Welcoming new transfer students to AHS supervising four dances and the Homecomlng actlvttles and selectnng the lyceums and films for the comnng year are the mayor duttes of the Student Counctl Commuttees apponnted by the prestdent tnvestt gate study and try to remedy the varlous problems of our school This year an honor study hall was held tn the cafeterta and the possnbtluty ot exchange students was investigated Gurdung hands this year were Tom Hlnnenthal president Jack Close vrce presvdent Jean Buchanan secretarytreasurer John Harrtman and Tom Wadsworth sergeants at arms Mtss Wolt dean of women and Mr Helble prtncupal F .4 N'4'f""'L.f r Standmg Jobe Stetnberg D Schwendler Root McBam Krteck Seated Benson Bates McConagha Etsch Keattng Stark Page 33 Q I in , ll , ., - L' " 7 T if Y ., I I i - M " 'V XJ 1 1 v ' ' Y I l C 'lt , I I . 'FG t ' , , .. 1 Y ,V , -, , r- r 1 X , ' 1 , , -, , ' , . W - : I 1 A I I I 1 r 2 , , ' . V, , . ,7 - 'fl . f 5 If ' ' ,I ff J., I, U x , t 1' . . ., sl I ' ' . , 3 ,A ' .,l .IG -111' ' . . . r . O , , ,, N , , J g -2 . I . .. 1 ' X' ' ' D as I I I I ' " 2' Vx . . X ff -f' , : it Y qv- 2 1 , - 2 V , - f I : I I I ' I ' ' I - V I f - I - J , I . , . 3 J ' A , --1 5 l ny. ca I ' ' J- f 1' J - C: , i. I Q : N .' ' - . :Q ' ' a ' , r Y , I t A 1 - X ,- x ,wg ' - ' - ' V, K .. 4 ' - - - 1 I - 1 'I I I A r V - 3 1 t , I I I 1 - Furst row Gilbert Krueger Le Fevre Chrnstnanson Puepenburg Voecks Nelson Second row Buetow Pnngle O Keefe P Muller Van Lyssel Warner McGraw Third row Barlow Gosha Znmmerman J Thurk Baumgartner Steege Van Ryznn 1:1 l ..l Fnrst row Nersveen Stark Le Vee Lemke B Posnuak Henmmermann Second row Jesse Kese Davus Ju Cary Joyce Matthews Meyer Thurd row Herrman Schultz Schmndt Stem Hoernmg Schwartz Fallen Fnrst row Cameron Krull Krause Llethen Gaylor Polnsky Second row Snmon Matteson Chnstensen Benton Blum Muller Ca Thnrd row Pesetsky Hebeler Mullen J Mnelke Schnender Douglas 1 Latln Club The Latun Club S PQ R IS a club of many traditions All of the formal programs are conducted accordlng to Roman customs wrth the officers vvearlng togas the tradutaonal dress of the Roman cmzens The club rs open to all students wnth satssfactory grades In Latln Meetings, which are held on the first and third Thursdays of each month combnne educatlonal and social features Every year a tea ss gnven for the mothers of the members and a fare well party IS held for the graduat :ng sensors Carolnng In the halls at Christmas time IS also one of the Muss Elsne Koplun ns the advlser of the club Oftlcers thus year were Jean Buchanan and Kermit Seehawer co counsels Sandra Lemke, secretary John Mullen treasurer and Nancy Paul, program chanrman Frrst row Buchanan Kassner Manner Mtss Kopplun Paul Montetth McConagha Keatmg Second row Beck Kappell Holdcroft Stnllman Stadler Mullen M C Black Roehr Chapmtsky Thnrd row Lorenz Zwerg Krause Davts P Schultz Mullen M E Lemke S Seehawer K Page 34 I H . , 1 ' vt Y' N. A , S. . , t K Us 'Q R H 1 . : I I I ' I I A I I ' 1 1 1 1 .1 1 1 1 ' . . 3 - ,, ,. l . .f 1 1 . . ' 1 1 1 1 1 -1 ' 1 ' - 3 1 1 1 11 1 1 1 - ' ' x J sg, M . . . . 1, ' ' ' 1 - V tradntuonal actnvutues of the club. . - 4 R ' t I . 1 J 1 ' 1 2 I I I I . I I . ' ' : I I I I I ' I ' : I I I 'I I I ' t 1 . fs 1 1- 5 . I N '1 ' 'n ' ' . "' ,, fr ' 1' - 1 3 . N E . 1, 'Q ,. ' - an - . I , F -- - 4 7 1 1 I 1 V I '1 1 - 1 1 A - 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 - -, , , . 5 1 1 1 1 -1 1 1 1 -1 1 -1 1 1 fi .J Q F12-1 4 Q Fnrst row Malmstrom R Stohlman Elf? Malmstrom K Schue ter Second row Homp Stark Schmtdt Blankenburg Krueger Bach Esbensen Thrrd row Damm Allen Kuehnl Asmussen Stefllen Hamnlton Hackbert Sachs Kosrtzke German Club 01? s Under the drrectron of Dr Schlueter Der Deutsche Verern had a prosperous year The German Club not only had theur meetlngs . once a month after school on Fnday but also held Informal meet ings at the homes of members The clubs other actuvutses throughout the year were Chrlstmas f f carolrng a sprung ptcnlc and a float In the Homecornlng parade Each year the club presents the German Club Award to Its outstanding member Oftlcers elected for thus year were Tod Zeiss presldent John ,, V l-larruman vice presvdent Carol Zachow treasurer Richard Davls secretary 'xgyhs 'H ll' r S, I S, Ebb- Frrst row Harrnrnan Zerss Dr Schlueter Zachow Davts Second row Schroeder l-lollenback M Ann Zordel Hostettler Stadler Smuth Nagreen Thrrd row Roth Sterlrng Thomas Emmel Larsen Fratltng Thorson Black Drmtck V, ZH, - I! W ' L ' , QQ ' Q 1 l T' N S X ' V N -'tx 75 4, we 3 f' -. 2 , 1 .D lr , sy! ' I 1 9 . r at ata Q 1 A , - 0 2 ff rf -tr f - A -K r E ' KA ,ff . A 4 0 . . Q , D . . - 0 lKx"'Q5l 1 Q P . 0 0 ' Sl . , . . . . 5 X . . . . . . 1 r ' . 4 X f , . X . . . 4" - 3 1 I lil i l I l l I I I A l I , ' . X -'Ll 4 r : 4- , v ,. ,,. -1 I " u IS. . In -F ' l ' - -I , K - ' ' :' a ' 5 s c A ,. N r N x ' ' A 5 ,ff L N Y Q 4 it T? , t .X .i .X 5 A gk I , :iff Y, Frrst row Sholts Goss Schommer Chnstensen Brnnlcrrtan Peotter Perschbacher Second row Dobersteln C Dobersteln J Mussllng Alpert Fauk Olieefe Kuehnl Thlrd row Chrlstne Gregortus Wlttwer Knolce Defferdlng Kexel Mayes Ewrg Bertram Fouth row Peckham Taylor Stack Lnebergen Learman Hartzhe1m Frneders Cook Kleln Werner Mrs Hlmebaugh Q' Fnrst row Carroll Potter Streator Cross Lee Kruchmar Klotzbach Sec nd row Flnger Jobs Me sle JlcGowan Strllman Paul Olson McCorlson Thrrd row Schloss Zuelzke Anderson Hollander Abel Stark Meek Edge Brown Flrst row Heaton Reltzrxer Rebenutch Mumrne Helms Gernclce Tnmmers Second row Nelson Luge Ohde Bubolz Wlchman Kaphmgst 'Vlass y Harm lah Thtrd row Remke Reevz Captan Vlller Retz Scott Corbet Davts Schroeder Spamsh Club Wuth the rounds of galety and spucy odors ot old Spaun the Spanlsh Club wh1rled through another year of festlvmes Some of these were the annual Chile Supper carollng KD the halls at Chrlstmas movles and sklts The rneetungs are held every second Wednesday The omcers for the year were Clyde Cross presudent Shlrley Kruchrnar VICE presldent Nancy Carroll secretary and Roberta Lee treasurer The club advlser IS Mrs H11-nebaugh Pace 36 f I' j l -W is ' I ' - , , J 1 1 y , , 'E' ' 1' V A . ' 1 - A 1 , I . . V ' ll 11 . f' If ll - 1 V 1 1 - 1 I 1 , . - . . . , t ' 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 . 1u ll ll lt 1 ' 1: l 5 - 71' ,1 .- LT 'D vu I ' vs -1 1 1 1 3 H r A 'hr 1 I x P ' ' Q A J Y. ' X ' 14 fv ' I A . . O I 1 '1 1 11 1 1 1 1 A 7 3 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 - Z., 1 4 1 1 t 1 1 1 Z ? A 1 u lt -f , -' 'F f ' 5 1 T ' . . 3 M ,,. r- . v . , 5 - , f Q A U : ll' ' 1 9 l 1 ' g ' , 1 I1 t' 1 E 1 1, t, ', . . 1 1 .. I , , . : , 1 ' 1 1 F 1 - vfvif Standung Gruesbach M Wheeler Benson Streator Koehnke Seated Buchanan Krastuna Roehm Kirk KPenny Engler was i Roehm RadlofT Klotzbach Mullen M C Streator Schmidt absent when picture was Takenl May I have Thus book renewed? I owe a Three cent fTne ln thus vvhere I pay ut? These questuons and many others are answered by The lubrary stat? every day pendabuluty The twenty members of the library stafT under the durectuon of the lubraruans Muss Ruth Muelke and Miss Ethelwyn Baerwaldt are always on hand To aud the students Takung care of The material un the lubrary requures a great deal of outside work Thus uncludes mending processing new material filing and varuous other Tasks Two ot the members have complete charge of The art work whuch means plannung and putting up The many dusplays The office work us handled by Three of The gurls who are chosen from The top students un the commercial department One member of the sTafT has complete charge of the peruoducal room Interesting programs are planned for The sTafT meet ungs vvhuch are held on The first and Thurd Wednesdays of each month The work that us done un the library here may form the basus for further lubrary work Thus has proven to be the case wuth Tour former members of The lubrary stafT who at the present have full time posutuons at The Apple Ton Public Lubrary Standung Krueger, Radloff, Klotzbach, Kuschel, Mullen M C Seated Goodwun, Potter, Stark, Schmudt, M, Buerkvold Page 37 : , lg A xx " 1 MX! ' S ,hll s ,A 'law Q ,- ' ' 191' , . D "fir . , I ' Chosen on the basis of scholarship, leadership, and de- l It ' ' , ' , if l ' J ,Q l I F ',. ' I ' lu . 1 M 11 Furst row Mr Zrmmerman Krastuna Cohen Chapman Nussbaum Second row Halverson Slezak Schlafke Jentz Bertram Holland Thurd row Hatch Nowak Hrnnenthal Farnum Kexel Walters P Flrst row Knuppel Gottschalk Lemke Fallon Lesmer Second row Plamann Ardell Dohr Hafeman Thnrd row Eberhardt Malveg Sense Frelkow I Fnrst row Wrnters Krueger Luebke Schuh Matthews Second row Harrrman Krefter Kohl Joyce Sulllvan Larson Courtors Thrrd row Schwarz Kuhr Park Salzman Franzke Bye Camera Club Watch the burdne' rs the favorlte expressron of most photographers and the members of A H S Camera Club are no exceptions The marn purpose of thus club rs to cultlvate Interest and teach the fundamentals and trucks of photog raphy Meetmgs are held every Tuesday but alternate between workshops, whuch Include speakers, study of plctures, work In the darkroom, cllscussrons, and busnness sessions Fueld trips and partnes are among thenr actlvltnes, whnch also rnclude selllng football and basketball plc tures, taken and prmted by the club, and the sponsorshnp of an all school photo contest, the wnnners of vvhuch are sumbutted to the N S PA contest Ofllcers were Mark Cohen, president, Bruce Chapman, vrce president, Garda Krastlna, secretary treas urer, and Mr Vernon Zrmmerman, faculty advlser Page 38 V 1 3 5 '1 M.: X I . I , - . 17 ' V , '.- ' ' 1 I I 1 I T I J r - ,, 1 4.5 y ' Q 'l A nf- L w -f T, fm I fl fix , ' ' I ' ' I D I I V ' 1 , 1 , , , - I Z I I I I I I I ' ' ' - , 54 , ,A 4. 1 , Xt W, Aj ' 1 ' - - fa-. , I K 1, , , - : f K V 5' u Q 5 3 K L, I 1 - 1 1 , -I.. S f a y . l , sr' . " A w A . rr as I 4 K- s f J .v-3 . 1 r Q' l I F 1 Q 4. ., A, 1 . . at I . : I I I I D ' : I I I ' : I I I ' D . I a ' , , . , , l ' 2 I - in . A . A - . . Z I I I I I ' : I I I I I I I I ' . : I I I I I ' H . - H - - - , I . . . 1 L 6 Q , Y' f a V Q , xg - ,', .t or l Top ptcture standtng McKahan Walters Kunz Davts Franke Buxton Mr Kuemmerletn Seated Jesse Posntak Kunttz Chrtsttansen Kull Mnddle ptcture standtng Baerwald Parker Hametster Schretter S Meyer Muller Roehr Hopfensperger McKahan Rtrnple Salberltch Seated Arthur Benson LeMotne Crane Anderson Bottom ptcture Standtng Mathews Brautugam Fuller Fraser Hollander Kraus John son Seated Davus Bartman Bontnu OBrtan Alpert Art Workshop Art Workshop glves any student who ts enrolled IH the art classes a chance to deal durectly wuth art and also gatn valuable expertence and knowledge tn many dxfterent phases of art work The members work lndtvldually on sketches water colors oul palntlngs :nk drawtngs metal work such as lewelry and numerous other forms ot art Art Workshop also provucles posters tor school acttvltle-S and dlsplays Under the supervtsnon of Mr Kenneth Kuemmerletn the members learn about art through dtscus slons fleld traps and by actually carrytng out drlterent phases ot work On Tuesday ntghts the members may come and work on any lndlvtdual art protect whtch Interests them Presldtng over these me-ettngs are Marllyn Benson prestdent assusted by Beatrtce LeMoune vtce presldent Patty Arthur secretary and Mary Knetp treasurer Page 39 R7 yy' ' - , Q 3 l l ' ' f?' " 1 l ll 7r- .2 . i 'a , I ' 1 5 I P Rv ' , . , Ab I l 'A r W7 l I J ' P ol l ' , -A g 'D .1 1 " . A .. ' I N W Q " e 't ' F ,f I ' at X l i I ' . ' , ' x Q o 5 I ' ' o s 'l ' . . l 0 V. .- .. v X v 1 I I I l I I I ' I . . . . I . , . I . . . I . . I , 2 ' , . I Frrst row Evans Hafeman Nelson Ayers Nabbefeld Second row Leonard Lueblce Kung Schroeder Swan LeVee Kohl Thurd row Hamnlton Kuehnl Kuborn Evans Malmstrom Matthews Blazek Nowell Second row Greunlce Steiner Putnam Roberts McGraw Cary Shannon Thtrd row Cuhak Malueg Stark McClanahan Gross Rehbern Hoffman Nature Club The Nature Club under the dnrectton ot Mr Charles Scribner meets on the second and tourth Wednesday of each month At many ot these meetungs the members see fllrns hear speakers and listen to talks gtven by daflerent members of the club Perhaps the most tamultar protect of our Nature Club us the wreath making whtch the stu dents undertake to decorate the halls and classrooms at Chrtstmas tame The ottlcers who helped plan the actlvuttes ot thts year were president Jim Kleter vuce presndent Sandra Schlatke secretary Bodul Asmussen treasurer Carol Brownang and student curator Bob Clhak rain, 'gang Frrst row Hamltn Evans Brudnuck Edwards Rohm Second row Schwartz Gnlbert Hackbert Lemlce Fraser Heuer Hatch Thtrd row Sense Nehls Wereley Kutchea Meyer John Matteson Maller D 2 . f 4 f 'V ' W 4' f , 5 , . . . ., x.: , N . 1 B G C, -. Y 'QW Q, e I 1 e I t t t 5 3 1 A L t l n -f , 5 - :X ' " 7 - 1- K z ll I A , I . ' Y. X First row: Schlafke, Kiefer, Asmussen, Browning, Mr. Scribner. I I A ' I I . 1 f I , . , , . . . . Z I I - r I 1 I r l ,, . 1 ' I 2 . L - : . " , , .F I A ' " :N fill ' Y eg 40 C Furst row Ersch Wulkmson Polusky Boettcher Second row Zanzug Hooyman OBruan Blankenburg Black Thlrd row Warner Mathews Schwebs Krleck Crane v Fnrst row Heaton Mumme Rebennch Peotter Perschbacher Second row Grnmmer Jury Kruchmar Wntwer Schroeder L Thnrd row Brehmer Anderson B Chapnnsky Root Mr Edge Fnrst row Radloff Klotzbach Zachow McCann V Helms Second row Hollenback M Peckham Taylor Stack Mullen M C Thrrd row Peters Nowak L Nowak M Sholts Kettenhofen Salentme Potter Ushers Club On the thurd Wednesday of each month Dnanne Rebemtch preslded over the meetnngs of the Ushers Club She was assnsted by vnce president Carol Zachovv secretary Mary Root program chanrman Nancy Heaton board members Sandy Grummer and Sue Mumme Under the supervusnon of Mr Kenneth Edge the members usher at all school tunctlons and for any out side organzzatlons that desnre theur servnces The club whlch consists of fifty members, has ushered for several outsude performances whrch uncluded progra ms by Charles Laughton and Cornelua Otrs Skunner Page 41 I - fl 2 4 : . 1 If , 1 ' l f f ' " 5 ' -Q , . 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Q ' r - J ' 1 5 1 I I if s f " 4 l , ,Z 5 J I - 2 l . 8 , . n . , , l I ' 1 , ,E , 1 : I I I I ' : I I I I I ' Z I I 'I I I ' ' v 4 ,N 3. 1,1 i ' 'L "' " '- . - I ' . 0 - , 4 , . if ' Z I I I I 'I ' Z I 'I I I I I ' ' t I I 'I I 'f r I I ' 1 - ' I I 1 l 1 I 1 - . , ' ' 1 X Klotzbach Roehrn Carroll Hollen back M Ann Bac row Ferrel Wnchrnann Schwebs Chrrstenson C Goehler Krleck N Goss Front row Rehteldt C Stark M Gresenz Ja Benton Back row Olson R Gretsch Parker Lee R Kassner Manner a Front row LaVtolette McCorlson Eggert Root Boettcher J Pace 42 Orchesls Combmed enthuslasm co operation and hours of hard work resulted un many crea trve dances whrch made up the program staged by Or chests members thus sprung Thus year In addltlon to the rnterprettye dances charac terlzatlons ot many dnfterent tatry tale personalities were Included IH the public per formance To become a member of this group each gurl must go through an Instruction penod which demonstrates he fundamentals f modern dance Prospectuve members are then ludged accordlng to thelr ablllty to perform these fundamentals as well as to present an ortgunal dance The oftlcers thas year were Nancy Carroll president Vlra Klotzbach vice pres: dent Donna Roehnc secre tary and Margaret Ann Hol Ienback treasurer Meetrngs were held every Tuesday nn the small gym under the supervlston ot Mrs Lots Olson . 1 - , , r , ' 1 i , O ,Y fp l A 1 1' 4, X fl V . : , , ' 1 L . 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Standtng Casperson Luebke Gresenz Knefer Bosen Seated Bruch Thorson Newton Mackesy Gnllespte If We iq, I Standmg Schneuder Mr Babler Wolfgram Houllhan Eberhardt Seated McClanahan Asmussen Chnstne Muller Pesetsky .B L' 'l 1 I' 'A Standmg Gibbons Trmrn Standl Kronberg LaRose Balza Kaphmgst Seated Ptette Wunderltch Schutz Popp Retzlatt Audlo Vlsual A1dS Club Very valuable service ts gnven to all students of A H S by the Audzo Visual Ands Club They are on duty at all ttmes to gave us top class servuce nn shovvung movues and other vxsual ands They are also responsuble tor the care and manntenance of all the equtpment Membershup ns determlned by scholastic ratrngs and the ablllty to handle the equipment Each year the money making protect of the club IS a full length movne whtch as shown after school Their social events are two ptcnlcs one as lnltlatnon and the other as a farewell to the sensors This year s oftlcers, under the advlsershup of Mr Marvln Babler, were president, Bob Newton, vnce pres: dent, Tom Chrustue, secretary, Terry Thorson, treasurer, .llm Mackesy, and sergeant at arms, Eugene Ptette Page 43 ' l !"'T l rf ' S. A W, 4 V P . f " T 3 ' v ff I It T-' 1 , ' 9 4 Il 1 .. Q C '9 R x . A F . ' l f, 1' fl T 4 S ,- -- . xy.. ln, 1 '1 I L ' A Sf Q 0 , 0 g l ,A ' , lt.. 1 o , '-5 -. .Y Lg, J, , ef 9 A , 1 2 - ,V AA - T I' ,. .. 'f -- , "fx W AQ, , ' ., l , ' Q z f l N ,X gif, - ."f, , s x . in In 1 . ii' ,T V v I ft . . , 2 c . T 1 T . Q as T . ' f " , '. " 'sv f Q X ' Q I 'uf ' , ' 'Q 1, Q , T 1 , . . me - ' . "' : V . ,, gg :- Y I xx l ul ' ' lb . Q , .. -. Q ggs gg g h - .- , J ... , K ta : v , , . 1 , - Frrst row Douglas Schwarz Knefer Second row Bunn Je Schroeder Goss Dlmtclc Thrrd row Hooyrnan Fanselow Thurk Fowler Fourth row Matteson Bauer Wrlkmson S Lemke B Ku r Frrst row Rehbem Evans B Mersle Strllman S Second row Popp Warner Tank J John Lueders Thrrd row Evans D Sense Erdman Barber Fourth row Bethe Worden Strllman J Schnerder Juhnke Hansen Frrst row Roehm Arthur Brownrng Second row Bertram Mumme Krteck Sarberlnch Ftrst row Hoh Wendt Greunke Chrrstre Second row Bartmann Pesetsky Herschbug Schlucle Thrrd row Cotton Drall Becker Schuh urth row Harmlton Dvts Fraser Boettcher C Maue Hoffman Band The Appleton Hugh School Band under the able drrectlon of Mr Frank Comella outdtd themselves tlme and time again throughout the school year Besldes guvlng outstandlng performances at the an nual Chrvstmas Concert and Sprung Concert march ang rn the parades and performtng at football games the band went to King Wisconsin tn De cember to play at the Veterans Home In the sprung they all worked hard on solos, ensembles and full band numbers for the Sprtng Festtval Besides working hard the band found tnme for varuous partles during the year Including a sprung throughout the ctty at Chrlstmastlme A smaller group made up of band members formed a Bandette and performed for various orgamzatuons durrng the year The ofticers of the band this year were pres: dent Tom Chrlstue co vtce presldents Jlm Klefer and Jrm Davts secretary Pat Arthur and treasurer, Pat Greuner Ftrst row Newton Muller Bye Kuborn Second row Rebenttch Schlafke Cary Davts Jo Pnepenburg Thtrd row Hackbert Wtlktnson .I Shannon McGraw Thtrd row Mr Comella Fulcer Leonard Edwards Fourth row Kersten Davus Ju Davis P Grenn Paae 44 -P 1 1-I - ' ,rv Fo : ' , a ', Ji., , , ., l g, 1 , , ' ' , ., , ., h. , A I - , I - I I I I ' F I . - ' . , and winter banquet. They also went carolltng , , . I I I 'I ' I I . I . . F - . - . I . . l l l l 2 , l , ., - , ., V ef. l Orchestra Q lg A 4 Nu l Frst row Krefer Schwartz Douglas Popp Second row Murnrne Bertram Grelner Davts Metsle T :rd row Muller B Kuborn Mtller 'Vl Bye Kersten Jo n Fourth row Chrtstte Greunke T Schuh Cotton Schlatke Edwards Frst row Asmussen B Greunke C Asmussen Second row Lawrence Posntak McClanahan Thrrd row Belltn Godschax Bruch Ptette Fellcow Fnrst row Root Ltllge Gr ert Second row Brownlng Roehm Arthur Satberltch Thlrd row Bethe Schultz R Prmk Mr Bactch Screechung scratchrng and ear breaknng noises blend unto sweet flowung musrc at each rehearsal of the A H S orchestra Each year thus group con trnbutes much to our actnvu tles and thts year was no exceptuon The complete or chestra gave mud wrnter and sprung concerts played for the sensor class play and partnclpated In the Music Festival which was held at Two Rsvers Wusconsun Some of Its members took part IU the operetta orchestra and entertalned for the Musrc Parents e crednt for t ese achrevements can be grven to Mr Anthony Baclch the excellent dtrector Dae rf' Q, ,4 4 K QV' , J R 1, Q , L f- 1' I I J L Q , .l -- - . :p - I - I ! , . . , . , B u ,y . ., ' . 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'J Upper Plcture, first row Gull, Jo, Bach, Hatch, Werner, Ru, Roberts, Zrmmerman, Jenson, Esbensen, second row Zeesemer, R, Gehl McKahan, Meek, Gull, Je, Dhenn, Tnmmers, Lemke, thtrd row Muller, Uecker, Schroeder, D, Krueger, Cohen, Werner, Ra, Sprce, Lardtke Second Pucture, first row Wrlson, Boldt, VandenBoom, Pellegrrm, Halverson, Koller, second row Kufner, Ewng, Golden, Glesbers, Wltzke, Paessler, Kramer, thrrd row Haas, Taubel, Brown, Wadsworth, Vyse, Owen, Lundstrom Thurd Pacture, first row Ferron, Gottschalk, Wmkler, Selsg, Gruska, Nagreen, second row Gehrmann, Engler, Zanzug, Meltz, Jo, Manderfield, Meltz, Ju, Schroeder, W, Cowan, thurd row Wolfe, Zregert, Hamrlton, Abel, Murphy, Ward, Mnelke, McCoy Fourth Pncture, first row Peters, M, Holdcroft, Laux, Wmkler, Felton Stemer, Ihlenfeldt, second row Krrk, Rosenberg, Wuchman, Ace, Flannagan, DeNoble, Blankenburg, thtrd row Stevenson, Tonnel, Endter, Wnnterfeldt, Casperson, Peters, P, Calhoun Chorus The Overture came to a close, the audience was quiet, and the curtaun opened, starting the first act of the A H S production of "The Royal Vagabond " This outstanding operetta began the year's actlvltles of the Chorus, under the excellent drrectlon of Mr Lester Schulz Some of the other programs given on the A H S stage throughout the year were the wrnter and sprung concerts and an assembly program given for the student body An out of town performance was another of thus group's accomplnshments A concert was given at the veterans' home nn Kung, Wlsconsnn, and they were well represented at the Muslc Festival held In Manutowoc Page 46 , Y K fi i 'N A - ' 1 - ..' , fr -s 1, Q x 1 ff , t 1' f ' Y I C ,W ., h 'V M' A 1" ., I 5 - 'Y' 5 ,, ' H t ' if . i'f,1I!5, ' 4' 4 ' Y x Q , 3 K A, is' 1 . . 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Vercauteren Kohl C Simon Third row Krueger F Krueck Keating B Root OKeefe M Boldt C Jenson Wilkinson J Krueger A Sulluvan P First row Bergem who us un charge of basketball Frueders basketball LeMoune tennus Thomas J bowling Lunskens bowling Second row Merkel tennis Weiss volleyball Kneup M sottba Krueger M volleyball Sharon Wulkunson un charge of softball was absent when the picture was taken 'lm 'r GAA The Girls Athletic Association open to all Ap pleton Hugh School gurls met every Friday after noon durung the school year They were under the supervision of Miss Pauline Caertner The members participated in such sports as volley ball basketball softball speedball bowling and soccer During the winter they had noon hour basketball several times a week Besides having tun in sports the gurls faith fully served their school They sold concessions at all the home basketball games and took care of the equipment used un the gurls gym classes Each girl tried ro earn as many points durung the year as she could by selling at the games ancl earned 250 points she was eligible for an awaro T First row Wilson LeMoune Krueger M Kappell B Buerkvold Krueger V Mller Y Frueders Bergem Second row Greuner Eutt Roe-hm Sealy Brockhaus Holcomb Janet Barurnan K Third row Muss Gaertner Esch Gull Jc McKahan Blankenburg Gull Je Holcomb Janice Page 47 , A , 7 x aa KI J ' v L K E Q T . U N y, . . 17' H v f' i l's,' 1 , ., , , , ., , Z , ,, 1 A, , ., ' ,P, . . . I I I I I I . , ' I - participating in the various sports. When she W I , ll ' , I : V ' , ll: 4- V C, ' J. , . ' ' 1 5 Y V J ,T x y I 'F-C' J .. 0 u u -. ' ,, . Stand ng Lee Lueders Kneel ng Ger clce Boettcher Roehm Ramrner Carroll Cheerleaders Each year the cheerleaders faithfully stlck by our teams to fheer them on to vlctory Durrng the past year they led the cheers at pep sessions and were present at all games at home or away to glve our boys the sup port they needed We owe a lot to these gurls for theur devotion tle rollng Rver Va e oe O Q G3 9 igono 9 Q15 0 9 Schnege Koller Defterd ng Lethen S? Schrmdt Queen Pnepenberg Kung Benson Hmnenvha at the Valentune Dance ackerson Murphy Lundsfrom Calhoun before the Operevva HQ squad wmnung applause at the pep sessuon 'J Daucherf Schrenler Crane Thomas J Thomas Je Esbensen Clanon Home comma Float s Y' 3 AY the dance Fehon Cameron OKeefe Svohhnan rooner Ko ar mn. vw Y' f' re a ey all Greer Nest use Crane 10" O T er dates Roof Lemke Anderson Arenv Sworv' Crane Ebmn Fraser Bouvcwer Hgmecornng was hauled with on poms and Con' I ., 4 :P . 2 I X Y K - . :Q S , , , - . A , .,. N 'ff ' 1 C, ' I 5-" ,. A 3-N W In i r nn 4 I . .1 .f X I a The boys Bonneville, Broeggeman, Con- "B" ' ' ' . II, Btl , C , , ' , P .- , I xq A -: - . A J I 5' , 1 z - , ' , ,QA-QA, A I A A ' rl ' J sf, ' . K ' D' L - - " . . - W- ' x ,' , ' , , , a, , 4, ' V r' X rx. -, rf ' T . . 4 - x 1 x x F X .7 ,ST E , N V, .I , . M .i . Q a ' , 'X' 9 T. 'IT a 2' V T Y, , . ' ? 4 - , J V, ' " 8 1. ri 1 ' 1 Y , Y ,em 1 H 1 HC " 1. if 'xml .v.1 ff? rr Fnrst row Mevsle Stullman Warner Tank John Sense Schlafke Leonard Second row Fulcer Kersten Lemke Schwarz Wrlknnson Fanselow Douglass Sauberlach Thnrd row Bye Mller M Muller B Kuborn Arthur Brownnng Krleck Fourth row Becker Popp Chrnstle Hoh Wendt Schuh Edwards Fnfth row Worden Malueg Davns Fraser Cotton Hamtlton Mr Comella Pep Band The A H S Pep Band consusts maunly of upper classmen and plays only during basketball season It frequently entertains during half time at basketball games The pep band IS purely an extra curmcular actuvuty ut does no rehearsing durxng school tume This group as under the capable direction ot Mr Frank Comella as Sox.. Bull Mensle altas Lnberace entertams wath hus all lug orchestra The Egypttan dragnet captures unsuspecttng people dunng half tnme Pace SO - Q- - W f.. ll .QW Q W .. . 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My A MX, X 1. , f ll X A 5 7 L x fy Xl ij!-D Goehler Gresenz Chrustensen Jesse n Hughlughts of Parts ry Lethen sngs I Wanna e tt nan and McGowan tg ato er lau 7 Stmon Mtelke Kutchera Werner n true barber shop style 2 i Cutttng the capers are Gnlbert McGraw Matthews Baumgartner Cary Bartman Shannon Warner Sophomore Talent Show At ten mtnutes atter one on October etghth nlneteen tTfty three the class ot Htty sux Introduced themselves to the stu dent body by means ot the annual Soph Talent Show The popular tune Dragnet provtded the theme Ninety two sophs made their debuts an vartous acts Jon Stnllman and John Mc Gowan dtd an excellent 'ob as the masters of ceremonues coached by the two 54 emcees Steve Ward and Jim Chuda part tn Uh Mystery S e Blank and ack Gross pantomlmed the clever record The Ltar ong d ten urs danced to Gypsy Cara van Other acts were Htllbtlltes from Cactus otnt A But of South PacttTc Juke ox Saturday Ntght and I c orus brought the show to an end wtth The Halls ot Ivy leavmg a well sat tshed audtence The trtt ot 56 w l o he remembered tor tts ortgtnaltty W N A KL . t A . a , fav 1 tl S M' . f Q' ' A -iw . 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Several groups produced the following acts: Eight girls took u J S "7 an g' l N H. 1 0 an all grls' h s - Q llv , cream 1 tts gh. gp tl I ng "?.-A A H S House of Wax Perschbacher Jentz OBrtan McKahan Art Workshop float Anderson Hollander Le Morne ' bw P' Snake dance down College Ave AHS team entrance at the game Homecommg Homecomnng the most eventful weekend of the year opened wuth a rarun to go pep sessuon on Thursday On Saturday mornnng varnous clubs and organuzatnons entered theur floats nn the parade Art Workshop took flrst place un the humorous dnvnsuon and Orchesns took first place an the serious At l 30 P M the mann event of the weekend the bug game took place In whuch the Green Bay Red Devuls defeated the Terrors 25 to 13 Although their spnruts were somewhat lowered the students had theur tradttnonal snake dance down College Avenue to Soldlers Square where they cheered therr team Everyone regauned hns enthusl asm for the dance whnch turned out to be the clnmax of the day Emcees Emcees Nancy Heaton Cal Sackerson for the evening S entertainment were Nancy Heaton and Cal Sackerson and the musrc was furnished by .lnmrny , James and has orchestra Page 53 '- 4 t , ,, str I W , 'I ' V A1 - arf, , ' I 43" U l .4 . . ., f 1 3 . 1' '-'I 9 ' ,- , ,. f .9 b 4 A -s, 1 , F Vw MA l 4 W, . . . - r 1 I I f 1 - 1 - I wt l .h ll,kf . 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I . , , , 1 ' I 4, I 3 . . . . , . r m N - I ' 'I I I , . , f I , ' V .Q 1 . , V ' Torn Wolfe, Lola Holdcrolt, Sandra Lernke, Mary Zanzlg and J"n Winterfeldt s'ng Barry Owen atd Harold Brown Krngdom of Their Own Royal Vagabond the Appleton Hugh School Audttorrum rose on the was a rnythrcal tale of romance and comedy lard the dual role of Ferenze and the Crown Prtnce ot by Pennre Engler Bob Krueger kept the audrence On the nrght ot November Ql the curtarn ot ttrst act ot the operetta The Royal Vagabond lt rn the Ktngdorn of Bargravta Don Muller played Bargravra He was rn love wrth Anrtza portrayed tn gales ot laughter as Protessor Hopktns the Prlnce s tutor Mary Zanzlg as Helena and Jam Wrnter felclt as Petrol? played the tfvo lovers Mark Cohen Rtcharcl Hantrlton Charles Radtke and Joyce lhlen teldt were very convrncrng tn thetr roles The whole cast drd an excellent rob Our deepest apprecta tron goes to the backstage crerv and to Mr Lester Schulz who drrected the srngrng Mass Ruth Mc Kennan who ctrrected the actrng and Mr Jack Burroughs tn charge of productron 3 Joyce Ihlenteldt and Bob Krueger dscuss Carol Trmmers the queen Don Mller declares hrs love for Pennre tte alta rs of Bargrava makes a royal entrance Engler P' VJ Clyde Cross Sandra Lemke K Roger Stenlund 9 4 'Y' wfcf ks 1-'Ll-'M James Beck John Harrnman Oratory awarded to James Beck whose oratuon was entvtled Treason I has oratlon Jlm told ot racual preludnces In the United States H brought out the tact that our preluduces are often used as Communust propaganda against us ln closing he sand Racaal dlscrlmtnatlon ts treason agatnst the prxncnple of democracy The theme of Roger Stenlunds oratnon was Amerucan Vuces portraynng how hectic our ltves are as a result of our daily rush Sandra Lemke wnth her presentatson of Doors ponnted out all the possvbllltles there are ln opemng doors to a greater type of tree dom John Harrtman told how we might balance labor management problems un hrs oratuon A House Duvnded Clyde Cross stated that nt we as lndlvtduals and as a natuon want to have full happy llves we must llve our llves as true wztnesses to what we belleve In Having tmed for flrst place last year James Beck wlll have has name engraved on the Hall of Fame plaque for the second tame The 'ive partnctpants were awarded torensuc. puns by Mr Helble The puns are a symbol of achnevement Mr Kenneth S a g e r was the faculty advlser T e Wtlltam Heuss Oratorncal Recntal held for the thlrtythnrd time this year was named tn honor of Wllltam Heuss Hetss a graduate f l9l6 was the flrst Ap pleton Htgh School stu d nt to lose has lute n Word Wr I He was valedxctornan of hns class and was actlve IH de bate,wh1ch was the only torenslc acttvtty then tml' Page 55 'J f , 1, A -,: -1 ' I 4 ,M P , Y' 2 Q '- 2? 1 2 A . . K ' ,va 1 y. , f. J i . 1 . Q gil , 4 , if - n 7 , 'sv L I. f k 1. jf T 0 L , . J iq , R if -l ' x ll.-A ' 3 . - ' "M First place in the annual William Heiss Oratorical Recital was -Sr . . , , . . . . . I e . V 'I 5 W . ' I I ' .ll ll ' ' ll T' "i ' . t . ,, ,, . ' .3913 - ' - - ' ' - .' T gf. ,g ,I ' I . T t - 'i . 1. I .':.. Y -yf. - , , 66' 4, h . . . . . - I rx.. 0 J ' . " -I . I ' O -f t H . J e ' ' i ' ' l 6 . I N t F . . . V 0 0 l - . ' Hard workers' Peotter Hamrlton Benson Secret love?" Jack Close I Dnner wth M les Stand sh Knoke Rohm Peotter Edge Lorenz Stolen Frult The flrst one act play ofthe year was Stolen Frult The 'mme ot the play was set durlng the early New England days Stolen FruIt was centered around a lIttle French gIrl Rose played by Ann Peotter who had a very bewItchIng erlect on people lespecIally menj One of these men was Garrett Forster played by Jack Close whom she defended bravely after he had stolen some corn RIchard Hamulton played the part of John Nlorgenson also Intatuated by Rose but whose aftectlon Rose dnd not return Rose luved wIth Mules StandIsh lDon Lorenzl and hIs wnte Barbara lLea Knokel Others In the cast were Aunt Resolute Jannce Rohm MIrIam Mary Edge and Rose s young brother PhIllIppe played by Bruce Benson Mr Sager dIrect d the play and the productIon was handled by Mr Burroughs Chnstmas Mlracle The new Chrlstmas play Amahl and the NIght VISITOYS proved to be wonderful and InspIrIng The crnppled shepherd boy proved that to grve IS better than to recelve Mr Burroughs unusual handlIng of the lIghtIng etalects was the hlgh poInt of the play The comblned efforts of MISS McKennan and Mr Burroughs made the play a complete success The cast Included Amahl Pat Brack hIs mother JanIce Rohm the Three KIngs Jlm Nussbaum John Perschbacher and Don Lorenz TheIr page was played by Jon S Illman The shepherds and shepherdesses were Nancy McCorIson Sue ManIer Lynn Laue Nancy Carroll Dave Knelp and Bob Schlo s ln the NatIvIty were Mary JamIe McKahn Angels Judy Crane and Nancy MIIler The mellow toned VOICE of Mary Edge who narrated the play set a beautntul and dufterent mood M are l Tmeless M acle Mystcal pra se Seek and ye shall fnd Page 56 ' L - -It . 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" i ." ff! 7 fx U7 I Stand g Esbensen Kueger R Wlloughby S ated Bucha a oot f....,.u, Declamatlon X 111 Suandung Potter Rohm, J Seated Wolf, Meusle, Peotter, A Page D7 Once agaun the seruous declamatory group of Appleton Hugh School presented to the student body and faculty theur out standung declamatuons Furst place was awarded to Bob Krueger who dusplayed hus dramatuc abuluty wuth the portrayal of three char acters un Alfred Hutchcocks The Rope Bob wull have hus name engraved on the Hall of Fame Donna Wulloughby gave her unterpreta tuon of Yellow Butterflues by Mary Shup man Andrews whuch us a story of a mother s love for her boy the Unknown A cuttung from Thornton Wulder s Our Town was guven by Jean Buchanan She related the story of a dead woman re turnung to vusut a scene of her chuldhood Mary Root was the guude on a trup unto the land of dreams un her declama tuon entutled Maker of Dreams by Oluphant Down Eduth Esbensen Interpreted Fannue Hursts Humoresque the story of a young Jewush vuolunust who lost hus lufe for hus country The humorous declamatuon contest pro vuded an hours entertaunment on Janu ary 28th Bull Meusle who won flrst place gave an unterpretatuon of Beach Nuts by Leota Hulse Black He won acclatm from the auduence wuth hus versatule por trayal of unusual personalutues who paused for refreshments at Tony s beach stand Januce Rohm began the program by presentung her selectuon Arsenuc and Old Lace by Joseph Kessudung Thus tale told of the sad end of twelve bachelors who came unto the hands of two old women In Tume Out for Gunger by R Alex ander Helen Wolf played the part of a cheerleader as she entertauned the spec tators wuth the story of a teenage gurl who made the football team Mary Potter not only :mutated human vo ces, but also the sound effects of na ture, un the portrayal of a frustrated raduo announcer whose cast fauled to appear un "Laugh Clown Laugh," wrutten by Albert Van Antwerp Bug Havana Cugars versus three very tough, but very sorry, members of the Flea Gang was the plot of Ann Peotter's declam as she presented "The Flea Gang's Furst Cugars," by W Henry Galbreth I u 4 ' I' TT' - Q il! ' S 1 ' 'S T tu ,l . 9 2 l Q f ' . ar , l 2 x 9 - gk, k. 1 Y r 'l K .. ' ' 'V M ir, 1- -. -f - - - ... .5 N - T A u 'M . . . -- , 5 a-,l u I T, V il l , , . . . WL, V ' ' Q 1 1 , ' L - - , ut u, 4 -ir-'TT M.. ' , 'I Lcff girl b J . . - 2 . Q """' . H . H . l ' vs- in L"-1' .l' f I l -f"2QQ4e' Q 1 'S V , ' N Soldier." ' u 'V ' ' I ll u uf " ,X ' 1, , 'E' C " 4' ' -' " 1, H - lf l ' - Y . . . . - 5 ' V lu ' I l " ' A ui. ,- V I ua - a H 'tj a in : , r , ., i . e : . ru n, R . ' " " 1 . . , . ' I . I I - - ,u ,I 1 ' 4 7' A ' 5 - ' ' , . S- ' I i ' s. w ru , l . ' , ss,-uc ., l ' ., ru f u v - , . M u I, ,, - . . 3- T ' ' T' . W x n - ' u . N I ' - sr " I Laue mterrupYs1he shenanigans of Potter Mumme Slammer Montenfh Elf? Black and Buchanan Ward adds has say whsle Stenlun Cross and Hansen Iasfen Rohm finds a group of dlsturbed Charm gurls Pofier Slammer Elf? Buchanan and Murnme Pane 58 I Shownng dnsgusf us Bob Krueger as George Boyd The Important telegram' Krueger Cross and Hansen The twms have arnved' Ward and Stenlund -1 Posed lpoused'9j are Stammer Black Buchanan Wolf Meltz Potter Ent? and Mumme Charm School Laue Nussbaum The End' Hansen and Monterth The Sensor Class Play Charm School proved to be a bug herltance of a gurls boardung school and closed wlth the romance between Bevnns and Eluse Benedotte lSue Monteothb a student at Falrvlew School Also IU the male cast were Jlm Nussbaum Clyde Cross Bob Krueger Steve Ward Roger Stenlund Bob McCoy and Chuck Radtke The female cast conslsted ot Helen Wolf Pat Black Mary Potter Judy Meltz Sally EIB Marrlyn Stammer Jean Buchanan Sue Mumme Janice Rohm Lynn Laue and Donna Wllloughby Credit also goes to Muss NlcKennan dnrector and Mr Burroughs producer Now Uncle' Nussbaum and Montenth Above Cross IS lgnornng Ward 'S and Wulloughby Troublesw 9 Below McCoy questnonung Wolf whale Wrlloughby and Radtke look on Page 5? 4 W , J. T X gf. f '. Y r Q V l 't 4. V s v ,' I fl , 1 f 9 www .li X 1 .C - " ' 1 A 1 ' I I A ' Qfff ' 1 ' A 1 ' ffl success. The play opened wlth Austen Bevins' CDawson Hansenl ins ' . . . T I . I 'lr I . . , I ,ti , , ' . . ' ' Yi' 1 , - 1 l l ,J ' , : Q , C ll ' . ' 0 1 f l T ' ' ff 1 f ' l T x 3 A1 is l nt'5x S 1' 0 24" Richard Hamnlton ...ui qs: ix fp. nag Q .at-Q John Harriman Roy Stohlman X C -T-NJ Bull Muelke Ednth Esbensen Extemporaneous Speakmg The annual Bolton Roth Extemporaneous Speakung contest was held on Thursday, Aprnl 22 The con testants were guven a lust of twenty subgects and prepared speeches on from mne to twelve of them An hour before the contest, they met nn Mr Helble's otzflce where each chose five papers each contaunlng a sublect From these flve, they chose the one they wanted Each contestant spent an hour an a locked room preparnng hrs speech The flrst speaker was John Harruman who, nn has speech "What Happened un France," explauned France's government and the way It has failed so many times Bull Muelke ponnted out In hrs speech, "Indo China, the Long War," that the Unuted States must support France an this war Roy Stohlman's speech, "Unstable Egypt," dealt wuth the problems of the Egyptsans because of the Suez Canal Eduth Esbensen tn her speech, "H Bomb Jltters," spoke on a very real problem, that of an atomlc war Rlchard Hamllton told the students that the best chance for a unnhed Europe lay an the European Defense Communuty Rnchard won first place and wlll have hns name engraved on the Hall of Fame Mass Elnzabeth Plowrught coached the five students for the five weeks of preparatuon Page 60 ' I tt V ' v I 'a , ' -flKii....- I N K -A i 7 ' ' V ,.- rd N .f ' r j Q 3 ll ...fm-f-QQ - 1' A lu A 1, 1 ' W 'iv P c V' 'XXV A Y . 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' it tx F V 'E f ff! l c 9 The cast of The Hrtchhrker McCann Schloss Olson M Ferrel Alpert DeDecker Schulz Arent Sackerson Montelth Jenneman sa W0- 'lv Ann Kettenholen portrays the hyster cat Mrs Steycnsor- 44 The cast and coach of Sgrry Wrong Number C tter Meek E cn 'le Ketten TotenGesc Ane lr aer Daxs C Cu'l oftrr e B n Dellecker hows hrs talent Ronald Adams Suspense l l Drama l l A new experlment was trued by Cu Tarn Call rn presenttng two psychologlcal drama In Sorry Wrong Number Ann Kettenhoten portrayed stckly Mrs Stev enson yery well who Cover The tele one overheard murler oeln planned only to reallze that she was the ytctlm Others rn the cast were Bob Mc Coy as Sergeant Ddfty Jlm Chudacotfl c Bll Melsl the two murder r telephone operators Lrnda Cotter Joy Gretsch Judy Anderson and Karen Elsch nurse Sandy Meek Telegraph messenger Jm Dayls and he drugstore dellyery boy Wulbert Rueter ln The l-lttchllker Ben DeDecker as Ronald Adams told h s story to an tmagr nary racllo aud ence Ronald who was v to a lep run n lnto eath Others n the play were ean rel a httcnhker Mona Olson rs Adam Bob Schloss a hlllng statlon at 'en tant Cal Sacker o at lJean McCann a road stand prcpretor and hls wt e aren A pet Sh rley Jenneman ean cn 1 Sh Arent telep one operators and Sue Montettn as Mrs Wh trnex tod Ronald about eatn hen he ca ed h s mut er Credtt tor the success ot the plays goes al o o 'Vlr Sager d re tor Mr Burroughs producer and Mrs N enow tor make up l e s A . as l I V. 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' l U , 1 Mr and Mrs Smythe a husband and wtfe peano duo entertarn wlth thenr latrn Amerucan musnc Otto Schacht presents The Fune Art of Lrvmg Scenes from the Shakespearuan play Romeo and .luluet were gtven on March 9 x 1 Rev Albert Wendle lecturtng o See -1 tng' by Sound Smell Taste and Touch X Lyceums Mr Wnlltam Allen Blach presents h s lecture entrtled Our Restless Earth Agann thts year Mr Helble asslsted by a lyceum comrntttee made up ot Student Counculors selected a arge yarlety of programs Several ot those not puctured were James Welty who entertained with Fun on the Keyboard and whose style ns stmtlar to that ot Vuctor Borge Hamush MacGregor assusted by Cath erlne MacFarlane who presented hrs program A Wee But ot Bonny Scotland Thus lyceum was made up ot tolk songs ballads and dances Mass Val Lauder completed the ltst ot lyceum programs for the year with her talk to the teenager At present she vvrntes a column for the Chlcago Datly News called Keen Teen These programs helped to entertaun and educate the studerat body durtng the T953 54 school year . . , , , 11 - - 1 11 v 40 I L f - 11 . 11 1 1 IWWTM' 1' A, t 1 tt 3 s we 1 K X 5 . , ' n " . 5 Q . ,, F 1 1 1 1 - I ' 41 1 IL' T' 5, ' fi-, ' '.'a, I, . . . - 11 11 - 1 1 1 I . . Y . . ,, 1 . . I M 1 l I 1 ' , . ,, ,, . , . , I ' I ' - - 11 - - 11 11 - 1 11 - - peg? fy gd Sackerson Mollet hmmm' Another day at AH S' S!! Arent and e e Hunqry 99 f Lendmg a hand Bull Bye Well Nancy Daul' Theres nothnng luke a dame Smlle pretty Manner Mullen Huebler Kassncr I"" Deep concentrahon Potter Esbensen War ner McConagl1a Harrnman Q Tired BOHIUI99 What'9'P'9 Holdcroft Lemke Laugh muCh9" Page r 3 f f. av 'X X fx '- V w l . lv K t if f A . . . .. I f7 ' ' ' 2 . ' lt fl y' I Y "Th i Lg!! 5 , l l - "Curly" Gresenz, l I ' + I V , It , 2. Q i' ' ' ill I Q, . f ' ir J., X L A l Y' '-' Ax .- g N. E fl X E The Watch and her Broom Laue Ferrel A P'CTUVe Of 5 P'C'l-'fe -lUdY Feffon 2K Users - s r T7 4 Snow Whne Wulloughby Grumpy Hollenback Dopey Franzke Doc Happy Enff Bashful Gnffln Sleepy Heaion Sneezy kassner " Nm Rammer Lrethen Schmnege Defferdung Boettcher Koller Carroll Manner Q. J Pace f' 4 N B B coaches Emanuel Graf? Lalsn Club nnmatnon Smith Carolmg of Spanish Club Cohen servlng punch at Camera Club 'GA , I L . N S l 1 X X if A A 1' . 'S' lf , J rn' X . ' im-Aw A r MM ' M F- f A lf- . rx Q A Q, 1 , A - L X vu . 'f x 'H -gg A 1 - A L ' 'I mx " 4.4 C ' J, Q A ,A Q K W ,LV A , rl, fl: 'H ' x fm I I gt: . l K ., Q. kwlf 1 7 , wa. -'14 " A N an .4 A . I ,xx k W ' ' ' ' ' ' ' 5 I l v A ' 4 v FUN f A - ' V 1. I N il . " I L I , 6 4 N l X' . . l ax X , FEI ff gyf A5 Wien ,W77 Qs 5? A T H L E L, T I C 4 465 S N A TEE fm fg 4-1f"x Q! 'f X x 555 7 X AXP Ax ,fi 'A if J 5 N YJ -'xx E- First row: Jobe, Jungers, Dohr, Crane, DeDecker, Odegard. Second row: Schwendler, Sackerson, Piette, C., West, Staidl, Call, Gillespie. Third row: Buxton, Hoffman, R., Piette, R., Ward, Maahs, Peters, Cotton, Earling, Conrad. Fourth row: Coach Hamann, Steinberg, Niemuth, Schroeder, DeNoble, Williams, Winterfeldt, Lundstrom, Bierkvold, Endter, Solberg, Hinzman, Kuschel, Lake, Reetz, Coach Dillon. Absent were Managers Retzlaff, Rugland, and Rehbein. Football Fable For the first time since Coach Dillon took the reins as head football coach, the Appleton Terror grid- iron team flnished in the cellar of the Fox River Valley Conference. This was quite a letdown for the players and students of AHS, a school which has been a perennial domination in all the races of the league. But every great school, team, and coach have their lean seasons. Was it overwhelming competition, too much inexperience, too many injuries, or those omnipresent tough breaks that caused our downfall? These questions undoubtedly flashed through the minds of the Appleton fans as they left Whiting Field with defeat shrouding them. Like all football teams, the Terror gridders sacri- ficed long hours of practice and really "gave it the gun" when they took the Held. Still, they lost more than they won. However, this was a team which gained the truly greatest assets of the game. They displayed wonderful sportsmanship, love of the game, and a keen sense of school spirit and pride. These are really , the most important results of competing in athletics, and the Appleton Terror Squad of l953 would have won any conference championship if the score was counted in clean play, sportsmanship and spirit. This season, like any season, regardless of the tlnal record, was a good one for those who gave the game their best efforts. Best exemplifying this team's spirit were the games against the Green Bay powerhouses, East and West, ln these games, the Orange and Blue threw a W.. scare into two of the state's outstanding prep teams. With a group of scrappy pigskinners, which in- cluded some of last year's staiters Coach Dillon and Assistant Coach Hamann began drills for their first encounter, the annual clash with the Menasha Blueiays. MENASHA, As is the custom, this game was 48 minutes of grueling, grinding, gridiron war. After a scoreless hrst half, the Orangemen punched across a score, only to be tied in the waning minutes of the fourth quarter by a 'Jay touchdown, Then, with 32 seconds remaining, fullback Vern Bierkvold flipped a Coach Dillon Coftfefttfates On APPIEYOYVS PlaY- wobbly pass to halfback Bob Earling for A4 yards, a lu' ,.as. Page 65 The Terrors defensuve wall prepares to halt the West Wuldcat attack touchdown and a story book clumax to the nerve rackung season opener OSHKOSH Away from home the Dillonmen were entertained by the Oshkosh lnduans on sluppery sloppy grounds un the unutual loop tussle Unluke the epusode of the previous week the Terrors settled the matter un the early munutes of the game and then they proceeded to play heads up defensuve ball The final result left Appleton wuth a hard earned 70 vuctory Appletons hard charging forward wall held theur op ponents to less than 70 yards rushing for the second consecutuve week SHEBOYGAN CENTRAL Then came down trodden Central and away went down trodden Appleton Pucked for the cellar the Redmen pulled a complete surpruse by shacklung the Terror offense and caputaluzung on three Appleton muscues Despute a banner game by Buerkvold who pulveruzed the lune for 96 yards the Ap pleton eleven absorbed a T9 7 upset defeat GREEN BAY WEST Coach Frosty Ferzacca led hus undefeated untued Unscored upon Wildcats unto Appleton for the next tult At halftime West found that uts goal lune had been crossed twuce and that their opponents were untent on vuctory Nevertheless the Bays exhaustuve supply of talent permutted ut to keep ton s best game of the year Buerkvold s 81 yard run was the longest of the year the heads up play of e defensuve lune was never equalled and the all around teamwork and spurut were outstandung features of e season FOND DU LAC At Fondy e Orange and Blue once agaun felt e pangs of defeat After a scoreless first half the Cardinals stagung a strong on slaught whuch featured a good ground at tack produced 21 pounts whule holdung Appleton to 7 Thus defeat left the AHS boys one notch out of last place TERROR SCOREBOARD Appleton Appleton Appleton Appleton Appleton Appleton Appleton A typucal Appleton practice shows them goung through an offensuve maneuver Appleton Menasha Oshkosh Central West Fond du ac North ast Manutowoc Page 67 its continuous pounding while the. tired Terrors gradually lost their zip. This 38-13 loss was probably Apple- ' . ' ' - 1 - Th . . I - . . . th ' . , th ' th l 'Q , . l . - I Q , V 7 . I . , l E Q 1 1 - 13 7 7 0 7 19 I3 38 in 7 L 21 ' l . T4 27 ' . l I3 E 25 l l ' ' 35 Wnterfeldt A2 and Lake 38 lead the nterference for an Appleton a Cifftel' SHEBOYGAN NORTH Battling for last place left the Terrors very discouraged North an annual cellar dweller saw its chance and socked the Orangemen 27 l4 despite the fact that they were outgained The Appleton lads unleashed a new passing attack which accounted tor their two scores and which by inter ceptiorts also accounted for two of North s scores GREEN BAY EAST Homecoming game was a struggle between the Terror ll and the unfor gettable Ronnie Le Mieux and company Last year the Red Devil passed the Orange and Blue crazy but in this year s con est the All Stater proved his worth play another loss was tagged on the Dillon eleven MANITOWOC Aerial minded Manty handed a weary depressed AHS team its worst defeat as the Ships slammed over a total of 35 points to the Ter- rors' seven, lt was a bitter finish tor the l953 chapter ot Appleton High School Football History. At the annual football dinner, the team elected Vern Bierkvold and end Brian DeNoble honorary co- captains Vern was named Most Valuable Player Guard Carl Schwendler and back Jim Maahs were selected as co captains forthe coming year DeNoble was named as a first team All Confer ence defensive end Jim Mollet received a similar position as a tackle and Blerkvold was given Honor able Mention for his play at fullback and linebacker DeNoble and Mollet received further recognition for their play when they were given Honorable Mention berths on the All State eleven FINAL STANDINGS Green Bay West Green Bay East Manitowoc Fond du Lac Sheboygan Central Sheboygan North Oshkosh Appleton ,ia -s Solberg leaves an opponent sprawled beh nd .... .w is pa 3 Slhltfi Conrad Al gets into the th ck of some Terror West act on Page 68 rm l A I 4 - 1 K W L T TP OP 1' 6 O l 269 46 it My g 1 5 l l l4O 95 ' ' ' A l 2 95 53 3 2 2 76 l l l V 2 4 1 59 lO8 1 , 2 g 'fag 2 5 O 78 l35 X at-, . f 'L j f an 1 5 1 Al 113 l 6 O 68 l65 i , , , , i b ll- as a ball-carrier. With his ability and East's fine team' 1 ' iff' If it A' lg? I I l 5 N x'f.f"f px' " LK. A ' ' f 1 at-'f-"1 1 'i,Qff.p1.1,'f'f'fi .1 n . Nl - , 1 Raj, ,ssl .13 , ' I A .J . O , ' 5 0 p U . . - u Ii in te Furst Row Rnetz J Dnestler H Becker Horn Kuehnl Klrkland Bartz McGowan Strllman Buck Funk Second Row Mgr Rehbem Knley Werner Delne Meyer Kane J Mueller L Wrllnams Schmuclt Muller Fnscher Bauram I 'x lf? Thnrd row Coach Eduger Coenen Gnllespae W Johnson Jooss Tollefson Van Stupen Treuber Koepke Helern Schlller Coach Znmmerman Jumor VBISITY The Junuor Varsuty emerged with the best wnn and loss record of the past three seasons They complled a four wan and one loss record l so donng Coach Edngers Boys were very nmpressnve and gave notuce to the league that Appleton Hugh School Varsaty wall have to be reckoned wnth an the near future Opposutxon proved tough ID the malornty of the games as was In ducated by final readnngs of the scoreboard However spurnt and team play domnnated resultlng In our successful season In the opener the Junior Varsuty nosed out Green Bay West T4 13 The confidence of thus meetnng was carried on through the next game In whlch our boys defeated Neenah on a 20 12 count TERROR B SCOREBOARD Appleton Appleton Appleton lil West Neenah Menasha Appleton ast The followung week we lost a heart breaker to our ancient rlval Menasha on a 12 7 declsnon Menasha wlnnlng In the last thirty seconds of play went on to wan the conference champnonshup Appleton came back the followung week sparked by the offensnve play of Jum Kirkland to gather the honors from Green Bay East to the tune of 18 9 In the last game of the season our boys took Oshkosh In strlde wuth an 18 7 wnn The game was hlghlughted by beautlful defensnve play on the part of Jon Stullman and other potential stars of Coach Ade Dlllon Because of the success of the season varnous sports pages commented on the future strength of Appleton through the Junlor Varsrty Appleton 18 Oshkosh " -iYY""'v4w: .... Q. rave... wlsnwuq .4 if in A hard fought scnmmage hrghlrghtg a "Bee" practnce sessnon Page 69 .. " r C117 ,R I NF I ,X ' fx, I ry' - . - ' -I f, '4 f , . L W - W A " I' R . C Y! A O 1 "7 ' . .Q tl ' ' I 7. . . . J . . ll ll . . n . I . , I . . . . ....l3 .. . . . I .- - ' -- .2l ,,l2 - r . I . . A I ' ' . , . 7 .l2 . . . y - . .l8 E ..... 9 I - I I ' h ' f I - . . 7 , . l . r r lqoq ' , ,il 2' l Fl Green Bay East . . Sheboygan Central Manitowoc ..... Oshkosh .. Appleton .... Fond du Lac .... Green Bay West . Sheboygan North v 4 NAL STANDINGS Won Lost ....l2 2 ....ll 3 ....lO 4 ...8 6 ...6 8 ...4 IO ...4 lO ...l 13 Standing: Krabbe, Kollath, Bierkvold, Koehnke, Close, Lundstrom, Stark, Buck, Wadsworth, Steinwedel, West, Maahs, Jobe. Kneeling: Coach Emanuel, Manager Schutz. Appleton ...... Appleton ...... Appleton ...... Appleton .,.... Appleton ...... Appleton ...... Appleton ...... Appleton ...... Appleton ...... Appleton ...... Page 70 SEASON SCOREBOARD Menasha . Green Bay West Fond du Lac Sheboygan North . . Green Bay East Neenah . . Stevens Point Oshkosh Sheboygan Central ..... Manitowoc Appleton ...... 75 Appleton ...... 36 Appleton ...... 74 Appleton ...... 54 Appleton ...... 57 Appleton ...... 69 Appleton ...... 63 Appleton ...... 58 Appleton ...... 89 Appleton ...... 69 . Green Bay West .... Fond du Lac Sheboygan North . Green Bay East Oshkosh Sheboygan Central ..... Manitowoc .. Oshkosh . . . Omro .. Menasha Honorary Captan and hgh scorer Nel Buck and Center Dave Lundstrom go hgh the ar for a rebound as Berk vold and Kollath look on Bucket Bngade Appleton Hugh School s new basketball mentor Coach Rlchard Emanuel had two great problems fac tng hum wnen he took over the relgns t mastermlndung the champlonshup defending Terror team Furst Emanuel had the task of cnanglng the Appleton ve trcm a slow deltberate style of ball to hrs tavorute l952 53 qulntet wh ch had ncluded such greats as conference scor ng champlon Jerrv l-loptensperger and Bob Goemans both All Conference selectlons Nevertheless by the openung game Emanuel onsplayed a hard tlghtung Terro tlve that almost beat the detendlng state champlons Menasha Appleton scored a 53 -12 vuctory over West In the Conference opener and then proceeded to cop tts next two tvlts by large margins Then a powerful East team dealt the Terrors a 67 -17 defeat Durnng Chrlstmas vacation the Orange and Blue slammed the Neenah Rockets and an return were ttpped by Stevens Pount a team destined to i 2 , 1 , 5 in 1 , i A style, the tast break. Second, he had only two lettermen, Neil Buck and John Stark, returning trom the - ' l l ' c I . ' , take the state champronshrp After the holrdays the AHS team resumed conference play by beatung Oshkosh 51 418 Thvs con test was the hrst of a series of close games whuch were to follow From that pornt on the sayrng Al most but not quite seemed to deplct the outcome of hard fought Terror games Central began thls heartbreaking chapter wth a 6159 victory Thus vvas Immediately followed by Manttowoc s 53 52 wrn Later a stalllng Fondy team beat A H S 41 36 ln the second meetung wrth East the Emanuel men lost another thrrller 56 54 Central beat the Ter rors by two polnts for the second time Thus tlme the Terrors overcame a 17 pount def1crt only to lose 71 69 ln conference play the Terrors f1nrshed f1fth wrth sux wrns and erght losses Six of these defeats were by seven pornts or less ln tournament play at Menasha the same story held true Appleton faced Oshkosh rn the opener and lost another heart breaker 61 58 The Terrors then ran up their largest score In the hrstory of the school as It beat a weaker Omro squad 89 21 In the consola tron final the Orangemen were defeated 73 69 by the Menasha Bluelays For the entire season Appleton had an erght wan and twelve loss record Nevertheless the Terrors out scored their opponents 1216 to 1130 The loss of sax games by three points or less proved death record wrse but meant llfe experrence wrse In the future for Coach Emanuel and the Terror f1ve Upper rxght Tom Wadsworth takes a m on one of h s famous lump shots Lower left Guard Jtm Maahs looks for a recelver as con ference scorrng champ Dale Frscher guards num Lower rught Tall John Stark takes a shot from the srde nn a close Central contest Pace 72 , , . . . , . ,, , V I . . ,, , - 1 . . . , . , . . . - . 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A : 1 .1 ' , , . : Back Horn Godfrey Johnson Odegard Coenen Ray Eskew Rehfeldt Helern Terney Zuelzke Ktrkland Hullman Front Coach Graff Bartz Weller Tierney attempts to score agarnst the Neenah Rockets Crafty Cagers Coach John Graff was ur- a posltlon slmllar to that of Coach Emanuel as he took over the duties of B squad backetball coach The season before the Ter ror Jayvees had raced through an undefeated con ference season and had established a sixteen Wan and one loss seasonal record A fast but dlmlnutrve Terror B team opened against Menasha and lost 55 51 ln the loops unltnal game the Jayvees slammed a scrapless West f1ve 50 24 and pasted a luke Fondy squad 65 21 In the next trlt This vvun extended the conference wan streak North snapped the vnctory strung by squeezing past the Terror Bees 50 47 The Appleton Jayvees ab sorbed successive losses to East 49 33 Neenah 40 34 and Stevens Ponnt 40 31 Appleton returned to the vvrn column with a 48 34 vlctory over Oshkosh but the Central Bees were a luttle too tough as the Terrors lost 52 51 The Junuor Orangemen then beat Manntovvoc and West by ldentx cal 47 40 scores After smashlng Fondy 54 43 Ap pleton avenged Its earller loss to North as It beat the .lunuor Rauders 41 38 Frghtung for f1rst place the Bees coasted over East 48 37 Late ralltes resulted rn a 48 45 loss to Oshkosh and a 44 41 vlctory over Central Manntowoc defeated Appleton 45 37 as the Terror Bees f1nushed the sea son an thlrd place with a record of ntne wins and f1ve setbacks Pane 13 I , , , , , f , , ' , i , , ' , ' - I , , - I I - I to sixteen games. I - I I - , ' . , ' A 1 ' f ' , , I - I . lst row: Cotton, Roth, Knuijt, Stark, Lundstrom, Christensen, Kollath, Sack erson, Earling, Cowan, Solberg, Bierkvold, Gehring, Buck, Conrad, Gillespie 2nd row: DeNoble, McGowan, Chudacofi, Bartz, Schwendler, Hoffman, Jungers, Schwahn, Jobe, Peters, Piette, Crane, Dohr, Ogaard, Krabbe, Stein wedel. 3rd row: Hinnenthal, Rehfeldt, Otte, Vyse, Eskew, Godfrey, Jooss, Felton, Horn, Delie, Kuehnl, Stillman, King, West, Staidl, Hillman, Jofle. Ath row: Assistant Coach Kuemmerlein, Managers McClanahan, Piette, Rugland, Balza, Thorson, Davis, Head Coach Exner, Terror Thinclads Coach Don Exner took over the coaching duties veterans returning, it seemed as it the i954 Blue and of the A.H.S. track aggregation after the death of Orange tracksters would continue to rule over the Mr. Babler, who had been head track coach for conference. Besides the Madison encounters and the many years. During Mr. BabIer's regime, the Terror conference track and relay meets, the Terrors faced thinclads had dominated league meets. With many Shawano, Clintonville, West, East, and Kimberly. .1 if-if-11 ...-I J fs, Q ,,, 4'W""'hn4nm ti. avg:-,M ., , M. 'fwhltgir '41 I 7 ',,fegl'Wnf A- , .415 - , 51,242-V ef 11,1 7 'i v . F .f.5::f3f.f,.'Q,1 x - V1-1, ,A.,9'3',f",'f' , 535 'v ,,,..7. gt,,-fw-,Y 1 '. af ' ,HV ' 7.,,-- 1 'rwff' ,'.. 97' L . C if 'ij g.. s .5 Z 7: ge, I' "W Ldv-X Co-captains Solberg and Cowan spearheaded the attack. High-iumper Dave Lundstrom fries his hand at the discus, Page 74 e I Q, - vi, ,- - T., ,wx Kneeling: Erdman, Dagneau, Schmit, Kneip, Weiland, Schutz, Riley, Emmel, Losselyong, Magoon. Standing: Zuelzke, Miller, Chapman, Kutchera, Stohlman, Krause, Barley, Jacobson, Brudnik, Lorenz, Kasten, Benson, DeDecker, Frieberg, Coach Dillon. Racquet Squad Coach Dillon's Appleton tennis squad began the 1954 season with a good deal of experience and great possibilities. Three of last year's starting five returned, these were captain Dave Kneip, Bill Schmit, and Bill Dagneau. Ralph Schutz and Bill Weiland, who had seen some action the season before, rounded out the starting five. This year's matches were with Menasha, Neenah, Green Bay East, Green Bay West, Law' rence Frosh, and Manitowoc, L, ...,. ' i C0631 Dillon WBfCl'19S 'he form Of Bill Weiland and Bill Schmit oppose each other in the doubles match. Captain Dave Kneip. Page 75 4:00 Front row Cowan Stemberg Solberg Earhng Back row Odegard Schroeder Hnntz A A ffiaun-no v Q '4"?3 ,W .rf 1 is IDN' an A-4,11 Jglg 'Wei Bayer Cotton Brueggemann Kuel Krause FJ-4 J- F: FN 4' Fneberg Pnette Wnlllams Horn Hnllman I.-QQ. -+ FW l Y. tg, V.. ...,, L "' l 4 N ' ,: ' Y f V I ' 1 .,.v Q 1 up ' W' , fr 5 4- -c W ' ' 1 .L , awe- If - I H VA Ax? I' f 5 ,et F ' t . F f ' ,, v l . v v ,Ki rrk , d , L l Hillel- .v ll r 1- N t Q 55 ,F F r 4 rrrr, glgi - f 1 F ' ,lit 4 f 5 , ri , -Q V M I, . 1, A, ii I UW ,gm F ,, . x X s' , ij' W - vb t 3 5... .J ,J . . , . .' . ' - , -r Q i X ul - Q5 ' 'E Af X N Lf 3 1: Q- ' . A 4 A ' lg, -'ghhz 1 - ' A ' ' , Q E Y-we We Front row Bartz Schwendler Crane Back row Thorson Zwerg Batley L2 F NQWLW -9" t SI 1 - Front row Kramluch Joffe DeNoble Back row Dagneau Kneup Saturday MOIHIHQ Basketball For twelve wnnter weeks the Saturday Morning Basketball League was carrsed on The boys competed an two leagues the Na tuonal and the Amerncan Under the able dnrectuon of Coauh Lawrence Wltzke the boys who dad not quite qualnfy for the varsity were able to take part un these hard fought games Wo.. 'hit Il ""4.i,.. Front row McCoy Magoon Mauel Cla Back row Reetz Vyse if Front row Stnllman Mnddle row Mueller Parker Back row Pruebe Wolosek Mullen 'Q '1--1 - ii -, 9-f ,....-14' Standing: Kasten, Steffen, Freiberg, Lesselyong, Kroll. Seated: Tollef- Standing: Kronberg, Poppe, Schultz, Fischer, Brain. Seated: Knuijt son, Bauhs, Lernberger, Campshure, Schlude, Fisher, Kositzke, Brueggeman, Nieland. Q53 "'5i"??' nil, Standing: Peters, Kiley, Daniels, Drall, Kuborn. Seated: Casperson, Standing: Schmidt, Laux, Murphy, Vandenberg. Seated Roegner' Ton Soafford, Edwards, Stevenson, La Rose. nell, Kneip, Kramlich, Schroeder. Boys' Bowling The Arcade Bowling Alleys were full of excite- ment after school on Friday nights for twenty-five consecutive weeks. This activity as usual played an important part in the intramural program at Appleton High School. The teams in the league were sponsored by merchants. The loop title was taken by the Fahrenkrug team. The year was highlighted by double and mixed double tournaments and by the annual student all-star and faculty class. Officers were: Ronald Kositzlce, president, Don Lorenz, vice-president, Don Daniels, secretary, and Jim Drall, publicity manager, FN -af rage ,. gms ,.-., Standlng .lennerlahn Ventenhans Tornow Knelp Wagner Muller B Krppenhan Lmdauer Dallman Lunskms McGlnms Kufner Duttmer Seated Holcomb Wnnters S Holcomb Colavecchl Pagel Postler Rosenberg Kllppness Stoegbauer 'C Po Standung Dauchert Peterson Runmng Schledermayer Umland Kamps Sholts Hauser Ace Hermann Strutz Seated Heller Nymoen Seton Schultz Konesntk Vandenboom Kneuce Mauthe Turk If is Standeng Fuelds Behnke P Wunderlnch Van Ryzln Bohatschelc Bower Tank Luebke Herman Wegner Seated Halverson Buman Ganzen Herd Ebben Klemp Koch Thomas Schmalz Irvs Frrst Row Bauer Sullnvan Bgerlcvold Feldhahn Krueger A LeFevre Bergem Sumon Salm Second Row Brerltz Gottschalk Kese Schultz Y Stach Salm Hoernung K Vander Helden Vercauteren Thtrd Row Lutz Stoftel Ferron Slazak Hopfensperger Kluge Page 78 86 ba P666 QQ. BoW11ng Club After school on Tuesday and Wed nesday the members of the Letters and Numbers League made thetr way to the Arcade Bowling Alleys where each gurl trted her hand at the game of bowling The season began wuth the openxng of school an the fall and closed at the end of the second semester Early each fall the begrnners are taught the technuques of the game The old tumers try to smooth out the rough spots and to polish up on the fine pounts whlch go Into the maknng of a sknlled bowler Each one desures to obtam the perfect score of 300 Each member looks forward to the Chrnstmas holrdays because at thus tume the annual mnxed doubles are held The club us under the able and expert guidance of Mass Paulrne Gaert ner and Mrs Lots Olson L, I 7 l I U I T ' I 1 D T -1 l 1 , ,,,,- : I 1 'I I -I I I I , . l I l ' 4 , 5 . A L A , '? D A 1 I , J KI ' I I I UW 04 . . , El T , H , . - H . ' 5 ' 4, I . V I I : . I I -1 V 1 ' 1 I I t . . I I ' . : , , , ' , I I 1 1 - ' ' I -' . 4.4 . I . .T ' .I -- 4 lr, ,A bs, , . i ' , . . ' . 5 . . ' W. ' . . I ' . : A ' , 1 , , -I 1 I , -I ' i..,,.,,,.. , , ,- V , y' 'fan' l I e X A J l K l , ., - V J S J g g iii 7 , ' x 2 f 1 s , at 4 4 . ii rw ' M ,fa M W' ' ' ,Wig-5 4"' ' ' K If First row: Janice Holcomb, LeVee, Goss, Sprister, Janet Holcomb, Mauel. Second row. Honip, Batley, Hamilton, Krueger, B. Bauer, Manderfield, Merkel, Houlihari' l-lateman. Third row Appel, Schmit, B, Stark, J,, Bartinan, D, Rietz, R, Simon, Starks, D., Beschta, J, First row Eoerlwardt Douglas, Starks, Cave-rt. Seated Bartrnan, Krueger, V., Eggert. Tnircf row '.l:Govwa'1 l'l.llen, Stillman, Tumbling Club Every Monday during the basketball sea- son, the Tumbling Club met to practice their various stunts. The club furnished entertain- ment during the halves of many basketball games. With Coach David Black as adviser, they worked on the mats, rings, trampoline, and parallel bars. Limbering muscles and getting in condi- tion vvas the main Work of the club during their meetings, As the year passed, they moved from the small gym to the vvest end of the large gym, so that work on the rings could begin and more room could be allowed tor the different and more intricate stunts. The participants were sophomore, iunior, and senior boys and girls, r- t 'tx X Anmmg at an nnvnsuble target are Smrth Schunke Cnhalc and Meulemans 4.- 'vb Cook Delfosse Elandt Hartzheum Hame Coach Black show Betty Baerwaldt how to hold a bow Sandnng Holland Nowak M Gresbers Gll B Bnrkholz Colltng Rudoff Gresel Stoegbauer Kneelrng Bartman Blazek Godschalx Bach Jorgenson Scnroeder Howard Dntmer DQCO uster Kuhr Heuer and Fraser watch -,S M -'all cn Marquardt Dnetz Koestler Krckland Roem Fulton and S Sm: Archery Club The Archery Club was one of the most School this year It boasted a membershup ot about forty more than halt agaln as many as last year Thus year, the club en toyed an extra long season because ot the unusually warm tall weather The members are dlvlded unto two groups Special attention as gnven to the beglnners The more experienced archers conttnue to practtce and brush up on the qualttues whtch go unto the malung of a good marksman The clubs real purpose ns to turn out expert archers and at the same tame provide wholesome entertann m nt Bows arrows targets and all other tncudental equupment IS furnished by the chool Once a week the members meet wnth Nlr Black club advuser ,"'3-4' f . ' S l K I T I , y Z - T ,' 'W 1 ,. Y rp . V 41' 4 5 V :l . is . , - Hat ', , ' , , ' , - v K cr, , . 'th. up and gommg MS of App'e'O" High lin if!!! ' l ' l , , Q . l S , ' ' ' ' - 1' "' , , r , . . ' ft . rg wg . . 1 ' z , , ., ' , t , ., ' , ' , I , ' l ' 1 ' . .E 8 AN M35 W ff? x c L A s s E s -L' Q sa " fy' 'S' J W DMLNMU El 'gi ini? AZQQ V wa 2 k Qfxutyx T xx 'ij X? Eff' X, f' X X, fl AX July! X f ig V M. Abel si ,Q R. Abendroth B. Ackman '2- .eye we Q hm Q6 CN if e-1 ff' Z6 4- Q Albrecht Allard Allen Appel Ardell Asmussen Ayers Baldwm Balthazor J Df- QC M. Butler 1. Cameron 5 5 5 K. Captain C. Cary G. Covert Chapm T Christensen C Chrnstenson S CFIFISTIOHSOH Barlow Bartman Bartmann Bartmann Basemon M Bauer Bauer Buumgartner Bauram Becker Behnke A Behrent Ben Bellln J Below Below z Bentle J Benton Bergman Bergsbaken Beschta Beschta it -es. if ,Eff ' J Bessett K 5 f 1 K Beyer g. 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S Elandt J Edwards M Gall Funk Gast Gouerke Genske Gllbert Gul W Glllespne J Godfrey Sophomores bt. 'x- 3 an Q 17 ix. 2 i 410 15 i R 1 Goehler M Goss Gotfscholk Gresenz Gross Grunsko Godschalx W M Flcnrgon Fondow Franke H Eskew Evons Failon Fonselow Feldhohn Felton Ferron Frone Fnelds Fuelkow Fnlen Frscher as 'ac ,, Fulcer P' Fulton Fl 'H On. gnc! inn! A-5 S 1. J I A Ad Herzberg H Ilmon HIDTZ Hnnrz Hnntz i Hoernnng Hoffman Hoffmann Hoh v W Horer Ja Holcomb J Holcomb Q Helenn Heller Hendrrcks Herr 'non Herrmann af: 'T Fl 24 'QL F"lf'3M M Page 83 Host Have! Hebeler Hechel Heegeman Hnnl Grunst Gruska Hoose Hockberf Hafeman Ha Hornxlfon Hormlton Hanson Horrrnonn Hoff Homp K Hooluhan J Hopfensperger D Horgen i D Horn Horn Horn Il Q. 5 L Houfek Houlnhon V Howord Howe Huollhan Hufh Joeckels , 4 n lt u tv, A 4 I ' C. ' . ' -' ' . J V Q: 'A x .3 ' T. DA -' L .2 . wail r- f Y - K. ' , - 'nfs' . J- I VV ri ,, 4 Y , 5.- 'gr K 6 I C. L , H 3. 3 5 . 3 1 - .1 , t.,,. 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Stark B Starks Starks J Stecker V Steffens 't' M Steiner uh! ln. fill .A D Stemfest Stlllman Stohlman Strulz Subert Sulllvan Sullivan 4 M Taggart QF 5, x Van Landghen Van Stlppan Voecks J Vonck Sophomores Standmg Krueger Kneelung Hath Lemke P Pagel Page 86 Tam Tews Theyel when 9 Nix' Walter Warner Wegner Weller Wendt Wendt Wereley Werner Wlchmann Wlegand Wllharms Wilkinson Thues Thomas Thomson Thurk Thyssen Tlerney Tock J Tollefson Trelber Turrlff Uecker Vandenberg V- fh- Y hi S Wuller R Wrlllams Sa Wanters Sh Winters F Wlffer lst Row Jenneman Arent 2nd Row Boettcher Ebben 3rd Row Lemke S Stark Roehr Vanden Boogart Vanden Heuvel Vander Llnden Vander Putten Van Dlnfer I!- sc- .IA GPM L. QQ Wolfe Wolfe Wolfgram Wolosek Wolters S Yonon J Zimmerman N Zrmmermann D Zuelzke ALI in -Q CN 8 - 4-. 222 JP' ,.. V' L A 5' - ya Ju 2 M J 5 . Q fa- A' D. ND, 7 ff 438-I Q VJ in A. cs fc . ' . - W' E A .-M: - I A I . f"3.' " '4 A41 3 J. ' 6. ' 5 1 5 lg 4. 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Bo JM .ff-' W0 le' R44 Burdick Burstenn Buxton o Cospersor Chapman "' E Chopnrtsky R Clhak J Cose 'vl Cohen B Collmg L Cotter 4935 SIY1 xi-up 3 ru' A Cotton R Cottrell J Courtors Crane Ju Crane Bouressa Brehmer Brrnkman Brower Bruch Q- vw' 1. N 1 'NA cs "":'.1'h Crass Crowe Davrdson Davrs Davrs ',.,- Davrs De Decker Delfosse Dennrs Eggert Erck A- pn Q'- Fmger Frscher J Derga M Fischer Dhem Fuscher Dlehn Frschcr Page 88 .V 'D 2 Ak AL Jumors R. ' .i,,, 5 'S-A ' RA ' ' , af: A V . s 1 I ' . M- .:- " " ' ' X I , C. gs. , I i ,Q-1 A ,F va .-.- -1- all In 1 A fa gl gt K " ,te . E. 1- ,Q , '22 'K v' -A V . B. 1:1 :A . A' . 1 1. S- if F , M. .. - Ala It - l 7 T B- . Q- ."', v- -:U it Tl , A V 2- -rf- ' it A 7' Sr .2 fe h I -v. .K ,YA-4 YA . Y I l.. 'f 1-,Tl E-A B. 1. 4 .ru ' 1 ' Q' - A H' ' li e M f xl fkx B' ' CKY P. 3 1 Q 'a 5' 'Q 5. ., if 5, - ,gt . ,, K . , 1 .. J. F '.,. - 'A L. ' T' FV wr' F 'U D.. .. mi 7- r ,"" R31 A ':: 'W ' - A , K. 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L ll' xl' fell ,I X In Q- " u Other I un1ors Arnoldussen Januce Bazrle Gary Blalwnrlc David Combs Shurley Currre Colleen Ehmke Vrrgrnra Fraser Wrllram Gasf Maryl Gehrmann Janet Johnson Joyce Kappell Keeney Krause Krause Krelcha Shirley Wrllram Charles Clarence Lawrence Peters Phrllrp Praslwer James Pruetr Wrlluam Russell, Janrce I Left to rrght Dmmar Rothe Jentz Blankenburg D Arent Prasher Hostetrler Schroeder James Sclwldes Rrchard Smrth Donald Werner Terrence Wrnrers James Hollander Perscwbacher Je QC Had Back row LaVroletre Bouressa Crowe Front row Kaezor Parker S Zanzrg 'X Hamrlron R Mersle Schloss Jobe Page 92 Pep band at the game Anderson Blankenburg Hooyman Peorter Esbensen . 1 I 1 . . l ' ' . 1 ' f gy C ' 1 1 V 1 KV 1, gl 1 .I 'A l Q I. , . - 1 X .X hx I u ' ,. nf r ' . I P lf 1 1 ll 'Nfl , Aa J f a - 1 .. - x , ' 1 xi. AA I 1 I . . A I 1 I I 'I I I 1 1 1 , 4 t I ' Q N V g y, ' 4. ' r , 0 ' so 5 C 1, 3' , C l ' l Xa' l ' I 'K' 1 1 : ' , , . I , , 1, V, l f- l lx .rr - - . 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A '.-X r .1 I ' ' NX .- QS I Q N ' 2 . r ' - tl - 1' f--5 ., elf b nl I I -- 'px-. . , MX- et 4 , x ' .3 I Q 33 Ace Ahrens Albrecht Alferi Arthur Asmussen Seniors NANCY ACE: Bowling Club 3, 4, Curtain Call Production 3, 4, Operetta 4, Student Council 3 , . . JOAN AHRENS: Bowling Club 2, Curtain Call Production 2, 3, 4, Talisman 4, Ushers Club 3 . . . JEAN ALBRECHT: General Course, JUDY ALFERI: General Course . . . PATRICIA ARTHUR: Art Workshop 3, Secretary 4, Curtain Call Acting 2, 3, 4, Curtain Call Production 2, 3, 4, Latin Club 2, Pep Band 2, 3, 4, Quill and Scroll 3, 4, Radio Forum Workshop 3, 4, Talisman 2, 3, 4, State Music Festival 2, 3 . . . BODIL ASMUSSEN: Curtain Call Production 3, 4, Latin Club 2, Nature Club 3, 4, Square Dance Club 2. JOAN BALTHAZOR: Talisman 4 . . . GAIL BATES: Art Workshop 3, 4, Spanish Club 2, 3, 4, Student Council 4, Talisman 2, 3, 4 , . . KENNETH BAUHS: Archery Club 3, Bowling Club 4. Balthazor Bates Bauhs 5 -3 , G' '3 8- A 'I' W if 5' 'i, 5E?14 Page 94 1- .-, ..f T' Beaumont Beck Becker PATRICIA BEAUMONT: Bowling Club 2, 3 . . . JAMES BECK: Cur- tain Call Acting 2, 3, 4, Latin Club 2, 3, 4, Oratory 2, 3, 4, Quill and Scroll 4, Talisman 3, co-feature editor 4 . . . JOAN BECKER: Bowling Club 3, German Club 2. SHIRLEY BEHRENT: General Course . . . JAY BELLIN: Archery Club 2 . . . CAROL BELLING: Commercial Club 4, Curtain Call Production 2, 3, 4, Latin Club 2, Talisman 4. JOHN BELLING: General Course . . , MARILYN BENSON: Curtain Call Production 2, 3, 4, Library 3, 4, Art Workshop 3, president 4, Quill and Scroll 3, 4, Student Council 2, Talisman 2, 3, advertising manager 4 . . . GEORGE BERG: General Course. Behrent Bellin Belling, C. Belling, J. Benson Berg ,,. , , lsr. N ca L 5 1 I Kar Ci' S '51 , fy :iii 4 C Bergem Berghuis Beschta DOROTHY BERGEM: Bowling Club 4, Curtain Call Production 3, 4, G,A,A. 2, 3, 4 . . . BEVERLY BERGHUIS: Curtain Call Production 3, 4, G.A.A. 2, 3, 4, Square Dance Club 2 . . , DUANE BESCHTA, Bowling Club 3, lntramurals 2, 3, 4. WAYNE BESSETT: Visual Aids Club 2 . . . DAVlD BETHE: Camera Club 2, German Club 2, 4, Operetta 2, 4, Pep Band 2, 4, State Music Festival 2, 3 . . . BARBARA BEYER: Square Dance Club 2, JAMES BlERlTZ: General Course . . . VERNON BJERKVOLD: Basketa ball 3, 4, Football 3, 4, Library Stafi 4, Track 2, 3, 4 . . . SARAH BLACHER: Badger Girls State 3, Curtain Call Acting 2, 3, 4, Debate 3, Latin Club 2, 3, 4, Oratory 2, 3, Radio Forum Workshop, secretary 3, president A, Student Council A, Talisman 2, 3, 4. Bessett Bethe Beyer Bieritz Bierkvold Blacher 1 ' - S' 15 1 s- 3125- V' Y 7 X f If!! , 's V 4... S. ,ae-. 1 'Q' A - xr, , , ,, Black Blolo Bodway Bo ettcher Bogen Bootz PAT BLACK: Archery 3, 4, Curtain Call Acting 2, 3, 4, German Club 2, 3, 4, Latin Club 2, 3, 4, Radio Forum Workshop 4, Square Dance Club 3, 4, Talisman 3, Ushers Club 3, 4 . . . DAVID BLOB: General Course , . . BEVERLY BODWAY: Bowling Club 3, 4. CLIFF BOETTCHER: Nature Club 2, Pep Band 3, 4 . . . PHYLLIS BOGEN: Curtain Call Production 3, 4, G.A.A. 2, Talisman 4 . . . TOM BOOTZ: General Course. DARLENE BORCHARDT: Curtain Call Production 2, 3, 4, German Club 3, 4, Latin Club 2 , . , JERRY BRANDL: General Course . . . TOM BRAUTIGAM: General Course. Borchardt Brandl Brautigam f ,A X XX' Wilt' X Page 95 ig , 3 ,I fm 1 Brockhaus Brown Browning ALICE BROCKHAUS Bowlrng Club 2 Commerctal Club Curtatn Call Productron 2 3 4 Intramurals 2 3 4 Latrn Club 2 Talrsman 3 4 HAROLD BROWN Radio Forum Workshop 4 Spanrsh Club 2 4 Student Councrl 2 Operetta 4 CAROL BROWNING Curtarn Call Productron 2 3 4 Nature Club 2 3 treasurer 4 Pep Band 2 3 4 Talnsman 3 State Musuc Festnval MOLLY BRUDNICK Latnn Club 2 Nature Club 2 3 4 Talrsman GORDON BUBOLZ Badger Boys State 3 Pep Band 2 Tumblnng Club 3 JEAN BUCHANAN Curtam Call Actmg 3 4 Declamatlon 3 Latrn Club 2 3 coconsul 4 Ltbr Stafl 4 Radto Forum Workshop 3 4 Spector Award 2 Student Councnl 3 Secretary treasurer 4 NE BUCK Basketball 3 4 Track 3 4 CAROL BUSCH Comrnercual Club 3 4 Curtarn Call Productnon 2 3 4 Intra murals 2 3 4 Quull and Scroll 4 Talusman 3 4 Br'-Jd'1ICl4 Bubolz Buchanan Buck Busch vw 4- 5 'T' Db Page 96 'JH , v f . g n - 5-I -Rl r ' , 1- ' 1? Buser Buss Butts ye Cahoe Calhoun GERALD BUSER Archery Club 2 Intramurals 2 3 4 BEVERLY BUSS General Course DONALD BUTTS Entered from Shawano 3 Latm Club 3 WILLIAM BYE Camera Club 2 4 Clarron 2 3 photography edrtor 4 Curtaun Call Productron 2 3 4 Pep Band 3 4 Quull and Scroll 4 State Musuc Festrval 2 SHIRLEY CAHOE General Course FRANCIS CALHOUN Operetta 4 Square Dance Club 3 4 ROBERT CAMPSHURE Bowlrng Club 4 NANCY CARROLL Cheerleader 2 3 4 Curtann Call Productton 3 4 Latnn Club 2 3 4 Spanrsh Club 3 secretary 4 Student Councrl 4 Talnsman 2 3 co edntor RICHARD CASPERSON Bowlnng Club 4 Operetta Visual A ds Club 2 3 Campshure Carroll Casperson rg 'cr' 'xxv "F 2 ' : ' 3, 4: N O . U I , , 1 I I , , 7 A Z 2, 3. T' 4 . , I . 7 B 3 . , . : ' fl g 2, , 2 I 5 ' , ,I - : A HYY , I I . I I I A I IL : , g , . . . : my : 4' . V . . H : 5'0" , , : , : : ' Operetta 4g Orchesis 2, secretary 3, president 45 Quill and Scroll QF. ' , 1 ' , : ' 1 ' , , i - ' 4 . . . : ' 5 ' 45 A I , , 4. W lr A, I L ' f . A I A V' 1 ?v H ?j , -- .4 . ll 3 I I N . .- - 'I 'I 8 ' 5' I I 5' l,l I NJ- "IW Nfl F9 'L fu Q 'Y' 'F 3' xsf X Chrnsten Chrrstensen Chrrstre Chudacoff Coenen Collms JEROLD CHRISTEN Bowlmg Club 2 3 Curtarn Call Actrng 2 3 4 German Club 2 3 WILLIAM CHRISTENSEN Intramurals Spamsh Club 2 Student Councul 4 Track 2 3 4 THOMAS CHRISTIE Badger Boys State 3 Pep Band 2 3 4 Radno Forum Workshop 3 4 Spannsh Club 3 4 Vnsual Ands Club 2 treasurer 3 vuce presrdent 4 State Musuc Festtval 2 JIM CHUDACOFF Badger Boys State 3 Bowlmg Club 3 Curtam Actmg 2 3 4 Intram als 2 4 Student Councul 3 Track CAROL COENEN Curtam Call Productron 2 3 4 JUDITH COLLINS GAA 2 3 4 Lat Club 2 JAMES CONNELL Intramurals 3 RONALD CONRAD Football 3 4 Intramurals 2 Student Councrl 4 Track 2 HUGH CORBETT Archery 2 Nature Club 2 Spamsh Club 2 3 4 Connell Conrad Corbett H I '2 X:-:Q Corbett L Cowan Cross LETHA CORBETT General Course JIM COWAN Intramurals 2 3 4 Operetta 4 Track 2 3 co captarn 4 CLYDE CROSS Curtain Call Actung 4 Oratory 4 Raduo Forum Workshop 3 co presndent 4 Spamsh Club 3 presrdent 4 Talrsman 4 WILLIAM DAGNEAU Intramurals 2 3 Tennrs 2 3 DAVID DALKE General Course ALICE DALLMAN Bowlmg Club 3 4 Square Dance Club 2 BARBARA DAUCHERT Bowlmg Club 2 3 4 Clarnon 4 JAMES DAVIS Archery Club 2 Curtaun Call Actnng 3 4 Nature Club 2 Pep Band 2 3 4 Raduo Forum Workshop 4 Spamsh Club 2 RICHARD DAVIS Archery Club 2 Art Work shop 4 German Club 2 3 treasurer 4 Track Manager 2 3 4 Dagneau Dalke Dallman Dauchert Davus J D vas R ,QS .ar ..,-v V 'Rn X09 '7' Page 97 it I ' I 9 I I l X Wx W. . ir ,I " f 'rr I K Y I ,A 5 A 5 I , , -. I ,. . : ,fa I I 1 5 H I : , 5 ' , , 4 . . . ,A . . . ' I f ' '32 4 f 3, 4 . . . ' ' ' I 1 I - can ' ,,', ur ,3, ", 2, 3, 4 . . . : ' ' , , . , . : . . . , , g in . . . , . a , . .-, .' dey' ' A -av f 1 . . . z -1-I ,A 'Q , : 1 ' 5 . . . : - ' NPA' I I I I I ' ' A V N' K I 4 X , I J' O -.r xv' Ax xg, :J , I .I I J fe xr x I I f IR A -If I 5 , -, 4 I , ,V my-,A L, C 'Q If x I Dominowski Dorschner JEROME DOMINOWSKI: General Course Council 4. DeBruin Delfosse Delie DeNoble Derber Derby I T 9 f-9 Drury DELORES DORSCHNER General Course , . . MARTIN DRURY: Intramurals 2, 3, 4, Student ROBERT EARLING: Football 3, 4, Intramurals 2, 3, 4, Track 2, 4 . . ROBERT EASTMAN: Intramurals 2, Student Council 3 . . . JO ANN EBBEN: Bowling Club 2, 3, 4, Intramurals 2, 3, 4, Latin Club 2 JACK DE BRUIN: Intramurals 2, 3, 4 . . . GERALD DELFOSSE: Spanish Club 3- Intramurals 2, 3, A . . . LEANDRA DELIE: General Course. CAROLE ECKES: Bowling Club 2, 3, 4, G.A.A. 2, 3 . . , ROGER EDWARDS: Bowling Club 4, Pep Band 3, -4 . . . DOROTHY BRIAN DE NOBLE: Basketball 3, Football 3, 4, Intramurals 2, 3, 4, Student Council 2, 3, Track 2, 3, 4 . . , GORDON DERBER Entered from Shattuck Military Academy 3 . . . SUE DERBY: Art Workshop 2, Bowling Club 2, GAA 2 EICHINGER: General Course. Earling Eastman Eckeg Edwards lim '- BOB DERFUS General Course MILTON DE WITT Bowling Club 2 3 Intramurals 2 3 VIOLET DINGELDEIN GAA 3 4 Square Dance Club 2 522 -U, D9ffUS DeWitt Dingeldein 'fx 'UR' ""' Q' 1 I VP'- -mt x 'L Page 98 Ebben Eichinger S. sr' Eiff Ellenbecker Endter SALLY EIFF: Transferred from Niagara Falls, New York 3, Curtain Call Acting 4, German Club 3, 4, Intramurals 3, 4 . , . DONNA ELLENBECKER: Bowling Club 4 . RONALD ENDTER: Football 3, 4, Intramurals 2, 3, Operetta 4, Track 4, PENNIE ENGLER: Curtain Call Acting 3, 4, Latin Club 2, Library Staff 4, Operetta 2, 4, Orchesis 2, 3, 4 . , . BARBARA EVANS: Nature Club 2, 3, 4, Pep Band 4 . , . ROGER FAHRENKRUG: Bowling Club 2, 3, 4, RONALD FAIRCHILD: Intramurals 2, 3, 4 . . . JEAN EERREL: Trans! ferred from Bloomington, Illinois 3, Curtain Call Acting 3, 4, Student Council 4, Orchesis 4 . . . EVA ANN FIANE: General Course. Engler Evans Fahrenkrug Fairchild Ferrel Fiane ,gr-w 'G fa ' ss- W F ve- j i 's Frailing Franzke, A. Franzke, O. Frese Froehlich Gardner BILL FRAILING: German Club 3, 4, Square Dance Club 3, 4, Visual Aids Club 2 , . , AURELIA FRANZKE: Clarion 2, 3, associ- ate editor 4, Curtain Call Acting 2, 3, 4, Curtain Call Produc- tion 2, 3, German Club 3, Latin Club 2, Quill and Scroll 4, Ushers Club 3 . . . OSCAR FRANZKE: Camera Club 3, 4, Radio Forum Workshop 4, Visual Aids Club 2, 3. MAGDALENE FRESE: Square Dance Club 2, 3 . , . SYLVIA FROEHLICH: Square Dance Club 2 . . . NANCY GARDNER: Square Dance Club 2, Talisman 4, Bowling Club 3. YVONNE GEBHEIN: General Course . . . ELLEN GEHL: Cafe- teria . , . PAUL GEHRING: Bowling 3, Curtain Call Production 3, A, Intramurals 2, Nature Club 2, Track 2. Gebhein Gehl Gehring A-bfi 'K a. ,,e A. ,wwf x 6' 1,-' Page 99 C, 5 .aa 6 '-vzr "' Gelbke Gericke Giebisch JO ANN GELBKE: Curtain Call Production 2, 3, 4, Latin Club 2, Quill and Scroll 4, Talisman 2, 3, 4 , . . JANICE GERICKE: Cheerleader 2, 3, co-captain 4, Curtain Call Production 2, 3, 4, Spanish Club 2, 3, 4, Talisman 2, 3, 4 . . , JOAN GIEBISCH: General Course. CAROL GIESBERS: Archery Club 4, Bowling Club 3, Operetta 4 . . . JOAN iHlTEi GIFFIN: General Course , . BETTY GILL Archery Club 4, Commercial Club 4. JOHN GlLLESPlEz Badger Boys' State 3, Clarion 4, Curtain Call Production 2, Football 3, 4, Student Council 2, 3, Track 3, 4, Visual Aids Club 2, 3, 4 , . . ROBERT GIRARD: Art Workshop 2, German Club 2, 3, Intramurals 3, 4, Tumbling Club 3, 4 . . . MARGARET GOLDEN: General Course, Giesbers GiFlin Gill Gillespie Girard Golden . 9- L A, V M ' ,. 1... 2 1 ' S ' -A. :Vik IRQ.. ' ,tr ' wi : I an lb. N Page TOO QF 3- .1 R I Goodwin Gosz Gregorius Greiner Greinert Greisch KAY GOODWIN: Bowling Club 2, 3, Curtain Call Acting 2, 3, 4, Curtain Call Production 2, 3, Library Staft 4, Quill and Scroll 4, Talisman 3, 4 . . . CLIFFORD GOSZ: General Course . . . RlCHARD GREGORIUS: Archery Club 3, 4, Intramurals 2, 3, 4. PATSY GREINER: Curtain Call Production 2, 3, 4, G.A.A, 2, German Club 3, 4, Intramurals 3, 4, Pep Band 3, Quill and Scroll 3, president 4, Student Council 4, Talisman 2, 3, 4, State Music Festival 3 . , . BETTY GREINERT: General Course , . . JOY GREISCH: Cur- tain Call Acting 2, 3, 4, Intramurals 2, Latin Club 2, Orchesis 3, 4, Quill and Scroll 4, Radio Forum Workshop 3, 4, Student Council 3, 4, Talisman 3, 4. DONNA GRETZlNGER: Commercial Club 4, Curtain Call Production 3, 4, Spanish Club 2 . . . CAROLE GREUNKE: Curtain Call Produc- tion 3, 4, Nature Club 2, 3, 4, Square Dance Club 2 . . . THOMAS GREUNKE: Pep Band 2, 3, 4. Gretzinger Greunke, C. Greurike, T, .Q I , or Q., L. rw.- - L E i Greve Gritzmacher l an ua IJ 2 Griesbach Grimmer Haas Hamilton JERRY GREVE: General Course . . . MARY GRIESBACH: Bowling Club 2, G.A,A. 4, Library Staff 4, Square Dance Club 2, A . . . SANDRA GRIMMER: Art Workshop 2, Clarion 3, 4, Commercial Club 3, Curtain Call Acting 2, 3, 4, Quill and Scroll 3, 4, Radio Forum Workshop 3, 4, Talisman 3, A, Ushers Club 3, ROBERT GRlTZMACHERz Intramurals 2 . . 4. . DOUGLAS HAAS: Entered from Spencer, lowa A, Camera Club A, Operetta 4, Talis- man 4, Tumbling 4 . . . JAMES HAMILTON: lntramurals 2, 3, 4, MARY HAMLIN: Nature Club 2, 3, 4 . . . Curtain Call Production 2, 3, 4, Intramurals 3 Band 2 4- Student Council 2- Tennis 2 , . General Course Hamlin Hansen D. 1 .745 31 7? DAWSON HANSEN: Operetta 2, 4, Pep EDMUND HANSEN: Hansen, E. Q, I Hanson Hauser Heaton DAVID HANSON: General Course . . . LOIS HAUSER: Bowling Club 4, Commercial Club 4, Square Dance Club 2 . . . NANCY HEATON: Art Workshop 3, 4, Curtain Call Acting 2, 3, 4, Curtain Call Production 3, 4, Quill and Scroll A, Radio Forum Workshop 4, Spanish Club 2, 3, 4, Student Council 4, Talis- man 3, 4, Ushers Club 3, 4. JOAN HECKEL: General Course . . . CHARLES HEIMMERMANN: Intramurals 2, 3, 4, Track 4 . . . RUCHARD HELEIN: General Course. ROBERT HELLER: General Course . . . DARLENE HELMS: Spanish Club 3, 4, Talisman 2, 3, 4, Ushers Club 3, A . . . DAVE HENDRICKS: Camera Club 2. Heckel Heimmermann Helein Heller Helms Hendricks C3 J Fl 1 3 CGW qw, Page 101 6 fl 4... C' , V IQ- , ' l K X X Herman Herrman Hietpas Hillsberg Hinnenthal Hintz DONALD HERMAN: Archery Club 2 . . . CAROL HERRMAN: Art Workshop 2, Bowling Club 4 . . . MILDRED HIETPAS: Square Dance Club 2. NANCY HILLSBERG: Bowling Club 3, 4, Square Dance Club 2 . . . THOMAS HINNENTHAL: Badger Boys State 3, Bowling Club 2, Camera Club 3, 4, Curtain Call Production 2, treasurer 3, president 4, Student Council 2, 3, president 4 . . . NANCY HlNTZ: General Course. JANICE HINZMAN: Art Workshop 2, Bowling Club 3, Com- mercial Club 4 . . . ROBERT HOERSCH: General Course . . . JOAN HOFFMAN: Archery Club 4, Bowling Club 3, G.A A. 2, 3, 4, Nature Club 4, Square Dance Club 2. Hinzman Hoersch Hoffman ,V 'Wf lg! fr' ,Q-rf ,A Page 109 fl' It Holdcroft Hollenback, M. Hollenback, M. Ann LOLA HOLDCROFT: Curtain Call Acting 3, 4, Latin Club 2, 3, 4, Operetta 2, 4 . . . MARGARET HOLLENBACK: Curtain Call Produc- tion 3, 4, Talisman 3, 4, Ushers' Club 3, 4 . . . MARGARET ANN HOLLENBACK: Bowling Club 2, Clarion 3, associate editor 4, Cur- tain Call Acting 2, 3, 4, G.A.A. 2, German Club 3, 4, Latin Club 2, Orchesis 2, 3, treasurer 4, Quill and Scroll 4, Tumbling 2. AUDREY, HOPFENSPERGER: Art Workshop 4 . , . SHIRLEY HOPFENSPERGER: Commercial Club 4 . . . MARDELLE HOSTETTLER: G.A.A. 2, German Club 3, 4, Operetta 4. LEE HUBERTY: lntrarnurals 2, Spanish Club 2, 3, 4, Student Council 3 . , . JOYCE IHLENFELDT: Operetta 4, Radio Forum Workshop 3 . Hopfensperger, A. Hopfensperger, S, Hostettler Huberty lhlenfeldt -.-4 X ,, .M ,0'-Q 4 , 1 f 1 . Q' ff K, Jarchow Joffe Johnson JO ANN JARCHOW: Square Dance Club 2 . . . IVAN JOFFE: Archery Club 2, Camera Club 2, Intramurals 2, 3, 4, Tumbling Club 2 . . . PAULINE JOHNSON: General Course. LOIS JOSEPHS: Bowling Club 3, G.A.A. 2 , . . GLORIA JURY: Latin Club 2, Ushers Club 3, 4, Talisman 4, Tumbling Club 2, Commercial Club 4 . , . JUDY KAMPS: Bowling Club 2, 3, 4, Curtain Call Pro- duction 2, Square Dance Club 2. JANICE KAPPELL: Latin Club 2, 3, 4 . . . JAMES KASPEREK: Track 2, lntramurals 2, 3 , . . MARY KASSNER: Curtain Call Acting 3, 4, Cur- tain Call Production 2, 3, Latin Club 2, 3, 4, Orchesis 3, 4, Talisman 2, 3. Josephs Jury Kamps Kappell Kasperek Kassner X A , , ,,,. L ,Q ," " ri -A , g i .. 5, i 3 . -at K Q V' 591 x X. ' 1 .115 , "5 "" Qs . 6 , be X ,, -3 4' Q- - Q jf' ,. was X 'rs N 'Q , sq., fe 8 g Ki' T- 4 1, Kasten Kasworm Keating Kemps Kersten Kettenhofen SHIRLEY KASTEN: Bowling Club 2, 3, 4, German Club 2, 3: Student Council 4 . . . CHARMAINE KASWORM: Commercial Club 3, 4, G.A.A. 2, Quill and Scroll 4, Talisman 3, 4 . . . MARILYN KEATINGQ Curtain Call Production 2. KENNETH KEMPS: General Course . . . PETER KERSTEN: Cur- tain Call Production 2, 3, 4, Radio Forum-,Workshop 4 , . , ANNE KETTENHOFEN: Commercial Club 3, vice-president 4, Curtain Call Acting 2, 3, 4, Operetta 2, Quill and Scroll 3, 4, Talisman 2, 3, co-business manager 4, Ushers Club 3, 4. JAMES KIEFER: Badger Boys State 3, Clarion 2, sports editor 3, co-editor 4, Intramurals 2, 3, 4, Latin Club 2, Nature Club 2, 3, president 4, Quill and Scroll 4, State Music Festival 3, Operetta 4 . . . GERALD KIEFFER: Football 3, Visual Aids Club 2, 3, 4 . . . JOANNE KIPPENHAN: Bowling Club 4. Kiefer Kieffer Kippenhan if Q 1 11 ' Q U 7 ii. 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I 4 v6 Klr Klemp Es Klemp JO ANNE KIRK Clanon 2 co sponsorshrp manager 3 4 Cur tam Call Acteng 2 3 4 Lattn Club 2 Labrary Staff 4 Qutll and Scroll 3 4 Student Counctl 2 Operetta 4 ESTHER KLEMP wltng Club 3 4 GAA ETHEL KLEMP Bowlnng 2 GA VIRA KLOTZBACH Curtaln Call Productnon 2 3 make up head 4 Lattn Club 2 Ltbrary Staff 4 Orchests 2 3 vtce prestdent 4 Radto Forum Workshop 3 4 Spantsh Club 3 4 Ushers Club GLENN KNAACK General Course ANGELINE KNEICE Bowlnng Club 2 3 4 Comrnerctal Club 4 Squ re Dance Club 2 Tumblnng Club 2 3 BARBARA KNEIP Bovvlung 3 4 DAVID KNEIP Bowlmg u 4 Curtaun C ll Acting 4 lrtamurals 2 3 4 Q l an CORRINE KNUIJT Commerctal Club 4 A 2 Qull an Scroll 4 Talnsman 4 Klotzbach Knetp B Knaack Knetce Knelp D utlt sys "' Rez' "' sf 1,41 1- X l Page T04 is -M v- K utlt T Koch Koehnke Koh Kollath Kolosso THOMAS KNUIJT Curtaxn Call Atnng 2 3 4 T c 2 3 4 Tu b ng Club 2 3 4 AMBER KOCH Bowlnng 2 3 4 Curtann Call Productnon 2 3 4 Ushers Club 3 4 JAMES KOEHNKE Badger Boys State 3 Basketball 3 4 Ltbrary S af? 4 Student Counctl 2 3 4 Flag Rauser 4 CAROL KOHL General Course DON KOLLATH Basketball 3 Bowltng Club 2 3 Football 4 Intramurals 2 3 4 T ck 2 3 4 JEROME KOLOSSO Bowlnng Club 2 JEAN KRAMER Commercial Club 3 Square Dance Club 2 Tumblmg Club 2 3 Intramurals 2 CLARENCE KRAMLICH Basketball 3 Bowllng Club 3 4 Tennts 2 GAlDA KRASTINA Archery Club 3 Art Workshop 2 3 Camera Club 3 secretary treasurer 4 GAA 2 Ltbrary Staff 4 Kramer Kramltch Krastuna sic, I1 i La-.4 A ' A " w M' Q ' V' x , ,V 1 2 I 'k , . , Et. ,f I . 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SHIRLEY KRICHMAR: Art Workshop 2, Camera Club 3, Curtain Call Production 2, 3, 4, Latin Club 2, Quill and Scroll 3, 4, Radio Forum Workshop 3, 4, Spanish Club 3, vice-president 4, Talisman 2, co- feature editor 3, 4, Ushers Club 3, 4 . . . JOAN KRUEGER: With- drawn 4. MARJORIE KRUEGER: Bowling Club 3, Commercial Club 4, 2, 3, 4, Square Dance Club 2, Tumbling Club 2, 3, 4 . . . ROBERT KRUEGER: Badger Boys' State 3, Curtain Call Acting 2, 3, president 4, Debate 2, 3, 4, Declamation 3, 4, Extempore 2, 3, Latin Club 2, Library Staff 4, Nature Club, treasurer 2, Operetta 2, 4 . . . JANICE KUEHNL: Debate 4, G,A.A. 2, Radio Forum Workshop 3, 4, Spanish Club 2, 3, 4. JANICE KUNSTMAN: Bowling Club 2, 3 . , . RICHARD KUNZ: Art Workshop 4 . , . ALDEN KUSCHEL: Football 3, 4, German Library Staff 4. Club 3, 4, Kunstman Kunz Kuschel .. r.: Q L- -ti . ' , X In cr Q 5 Langdok Langman LaPlant RICHARD LANGDOK: Basketball manager 2, Bowling Club 4, Reentered from Sao Paulo, Brazil, 4 . . . MARGARET LANGMAN: Commercial Club 4, Curtain Call Production 2, 3, 4, Quill and Scroll 4, Talisman 3, 4, Student Council 4 . . . SHIRLEY LA PLANT: General Course, Withdrawn 4. THOMAS LARSEN: Football manager 2, 3, German Club 2, 3, 4, Track 2, 3, 4 . . . LYNN LAUE: Badger Girls' State 3, Clarion 3, Curtain Call Acting 2, 3, 4, Latin Club 2, Operetta 4, Orchesis 2, 3, 4, Quill and Scroll 4, Radio Forum Workshop 3, 4, Talis- man 2, 3, 4 . . . HELEN LAUX: Bowling Club 3. MARK LAIJX: Archery Club 2, Art Workshop 2, 3, Clarion 2, art editor 3, 4, Operetta 4, Square Dance Club 3, Tumbling 2, 3 . . . KENNETH LAWRENCE: Archery Club 3, Curtain Call Production 3, 4, Student Council 3, Track 2, 3 . . , EILEEN LEARY: Art Workshop 2, Commercial Club 4, Curtain Call Pro- duction 2, 3, Quill and Scroll 4, Talisman 4. Larsen Laue Laux, H. Laux, M. Lawrence Leary , 9' I T 'S is-wx lava, b 'UQ ' 5' L 'rm l if X 4 X 'Ex Q. rr' All "vw Iii-- ' A 4.1 .nl 143. 'sr- Page 105 Eu-, r ,1 , I B15 . 'sl at W' P 1 Lee Lemberger LeMoine Lillge Lind Lindauer ROBERTA LEE: Cheerleader 3, 4, Curtain Call Production 2, 3, treasurer 4, Orchesis 2, 3, 4, Spanish Club 2, treasurer 3, 4 , , , WAYNE LEMBERGER: Bowling Club 3, 4, Curtain Call Produc- tion 3, 4 . . . BOB LE MOINE: General Course. DOLORES LILLGE: Bowling Club 2. 3, Spanish Club 2, 3, 4, Square Dance Club 2, Talisman 2 . . . MARSHALL LIND: lntramurals 2, 3, 4 . . . BARBARA LINDAUER: Bowling Club 3, 4, G,A.A. 2. CAROL LINSKENS: Bowling Club 2, 3, 4, G.A.A. 2 . . . DANIEL LOSSELYONG: General Course . . . DONALD LOSSELYONG: Withdrawn 4. Linskens Losselyong, Da. Losselyong, Do. v"m.-, "A 8 .Qi -,. Page 'IO6 Lust Man ,afvn 3 3. l Luebke Lueders Lundstrorn SHIRLEY LUEBKE: Bowling Club 3, Curtain Call Production 2 . . . JUNE LUEDERS: Cheerleader 3, 4, Curtain Call Production 2, 3, 4: Pep Band 2 . . . DAVID LUNDSTROM: Basketball 3, 4, Football 3, 4, Operetta 4, Track 2, 3, 4, Student Council 2. ROBERT LUST: General Course . . . HELEN MAGOON: Bowling Club 2, 3, Commercial Club 4, Curtain Call Production 2, 3, 4, Talisman 4 . . . KAREN MALMSTROM: Curtain Call Production 2, 3, 4, Ger- man Club 3, 4, Nature Club 2, 3, Talisman 3. TERRY MANDERFIELD: Transfer from Menasha, Archery Club 4, G.A.A. 4, lntramurals 4, Operetta 4 . , . SUSAN MANIER: Clarion 2, circulation manager 3, business manager 4: Curtain Call Acting 2, 3, treasurer 4, Latin Club 2, 3, 4, Operetta 4, Orchesis 2, 3, 4, Quill and Scroll 3, 4, Radio Forum Workshop 3, 4 . . . RONALD MARX: General Course. Magoon Malmstrorn derfield Nianier Marx lx . :ie .fri . at tw IH" ",Kx Q g K . W ' i 'li 'xx f ' 4.1 Mauel Mauthe McCann GREGORY MAUEL: Spanish Club 2, Bowling Club 2, lntramurals 2, 3, 4 . . . JANICE MAUTHE: Bowling Club 3, 4, Square Dance Club 2 . . . JEANNETTE MC CANN: Bowling Club 2, Curtain Call Acting 2, 3, 4, Curtain Call Production 2, 3, 4, G.A.A. 2, Intramurals 2, 3, 4, Student Council 2, Talisman 3, 4, Ushers Club 3, 4. MARGARET MC CONAGHA: Clarion 3, Coeeditor 4, Curtain Call Prcduction 2, 3, attendance secretary 4, Latin Club 2, 4, treasurer 3, Quill and Scroll 4, Student Council 4 , . . NANCY MC CORISON: Operetta 4, Orchesis 2, 3, 4, Spanish Club 3, 4 . . . ROBERT MC COY: Curtain Call Acting 4, Intramurals 2, 3, 4, Operetta 4. PAT MC GINNIS: Bowling Club 4 . . . JO ANN MELTZ: Curtain Call Acting 2, 3, 4, Operetta 4, Square Dance Club 2, Talisman 3, 4 . . . JUDY MELTZ: Curtain Call Acting 2, 3, 4, Operetta 4, Square Dance Club 2, Talisman 3, 4. McConagha McCorison McCoy McGinnis Meltz, Jo. Meltz, Ju, an 1 ,'7', sr- f ca: X , 'S I , ,,'?J' 1 Ri , . f F-i, 'I' Jw I3- Merrill Mitchler Merkel Merkes Meyer Miller MARIE MERKEL: Archery Club 3, 4, G,A.A. 2, 3, 4, Latin Club 2 , . , JOYCE MERKES: General Course . . . BOB MERRILL: General Course, DONALD MEYER: Archery Club 2 . . . BARBARA MILLER: Bowl- ing Club 3, 4, Intramurals 3, 4, Pep Band 3 . . . CAROLYN MITCHLER: Bowling Club 3, 4, Latin Club 2. GLENN MITTLESTADT: General Course , . . CAROL MOHR: Bowling Club 3, 4 . . . JAMES MOLLET: Football 2, 3, 4, Intra- murals 2, 3, 4. Mittlestadt Mohr Mollet '-I E br ' 2' X I Page 107 4 if in .2 ':'.l?"' '?' 1 gif? v Monteith Mueller Mullen SUSAN MONTElTH: Clarion 2, Curtain Call Acting 3, 4, Latin Club 2, 4, secretary 3 . , . DELMAR MUELLER: General Course . , . MARGARET MULLEN: Curtain Call Pr d t' 3 o uc ion , 45 Latin Club 2, 3, 4, Library StaFf 4, Quill and Scroll 3, 4, Talis- man 3, 4, Ushers Club 3, 4. SUZANNE MUMME: C rtain C ll A ting 2 3 44 Quill and Scroll 4 Radio Forum Workshop 3 secretary 4 Spanish Club I n U u TOM MURPHY Bowling C ub 3 4 Intramurals 2 3 4 Operett ROBERT NEWTON Curtain Call Acting 3 4 Na ure Club 2 3 4 Student Council 3 Visual Aids Club 2 secretary 3 president 4 EMIL NIEMUTH Football 4 RONALD NOWAK General Course JAMES NUSSBAUM Badger Boys State 3 Camera Club 4 Curtain Call Acting 2 3 4 Student Council 2 Mumme Murphy Newton Niemutli Nowak Nussbaum an I fxqf ing -.-4 "' f' 1 Q W Sn is I I SQ- t '33, gr Page 'IOS A, , , .1 f,-tat. , 1 ,S 1. ' 'riff Q M --f .7 S L C . 1 af' 7,4 , ',' 5- i i 7 .1 5' 1 '51 tg ut. Oellerich Olson, E. Olson N. Owen Pahlke Parker A JOHN OELLERICH General Course EFFIE OLSON General Course NANCY OLSON Curtain Call Production 3 4 Latin Club 2 Quill and Scroll 4 Spanish Club 3 4 Talisman 2 3 BARRY OWEN Archery Club 2 Curtain Call Production 2 Operetta JOAN PAHLKE Bowling Club 3 GAA 2 ANN PARKER Bowling Club 2 Curtain Call Production 2 Orchesis 2 3 4 Student Council 3 ROBERT PARKER Camera Club 2 Intramuras 2 3 4 Spanish Club Te nes 3 NANCY PAUL Clarion 2 3 4 Curtain Call ing 2 3 4 Curtain Call Production 2 3 4 Latin Club 2 3 Quill and Scroll 4 Spanish Club 3 4 JUDlTH PECKHAM Cur tain Call Production 3 4 Nat e Club 2 Spanish Club 2 3 Talisman 4 Ushers Club 3 4 Parker Pau Peckham Jvwf'5 '7 u a c , , , ' ' 2, 3, 4, tarsma 2, 3, 4, shelrs ci is 3, '4 . , . 1 ' ' 1 1 1 , 1 a 2, 4 . , . : ' ' , g 7 : 4' ' ' - l A 1 , I Q 'I , ICA, J. . . 1 - Y 5' i .I 4 . . A 1 ' 7 I A I A ' 1 3 I A ' , , ' . ' ,V - 1 - 1 1 1 i V 1 2, 37 n ' , 4 . . . : ' , , 1 ' N T, Q . 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Z , , -1 . it x - -f gi ., , t 51:11.15 I My t A 2 ta ,T al J' l f' 4 N4 C W K aug Q' Perschbacher Peters Peterson Prette Plamann Popp B JOHN PERSCHBACHER Curtatn Call Actnng 3 4 GARY PETERS Spantsh Club 2 NANCY PETERSON Art Workshop 2 Bowltng u 2 3 BEVERLY PIETTE Bowlrng Club 2 Curtain Call Production 2 3 .1 Ushers Club 3 JOAN PLAMANN Commerctal Club 3 4 Square Dance Club 2 BEVERLY POPP Square Dance Club 2 ROBERT POPP Bcwltng Club 4 I tamurals 2 3 4 Lat: Club 2 Pep Band 2 4 Vtsual Atds Club 2 3 4 MARY POTTER Curtatn Call Acttng 2 3 vtce prestdent 4 Declamatton 3 4 Ltbrary StafT 4 Operetta 2 Qutll and Scroll 3 secretary 4 Radto Forum Workshop 3 4 Spamsh Club 3 4 Taltsman 2 3 4 Ushers Club 3 4 Span sh Award 3 ROBERT PUTH Spantsh Club 2 3 A Popp Potter Puvh if F5352 ,ts Alt iv ,If at at TL za exe., I ' f ' 4 s 'N'- V .... - I Q ,Wt X rm if RadlofT Radtke Ragen BEVERLY RADLOFF Commerctal Club 3 prestdent 4 Curtaun P ductton 2 3 4 Ltbrary Staff 4 Quul and Scrol Taltsman 3 co busuness manager 4 Tumbltng Club 2 Ushers u 3 CHARLES RADTKE Basketball 4 Curtatn Call Ac :ng 4 Intramurals 2 3 4 Operetta 4 BOB RAGEN General Course TOM RANK Camera Club 2 Vsual Ands Club 2 JOHN RAY Badger Boys State 3 Bowltng Club 3 Intramurals 3 Radto Forum Workshop 4 Student Counctl 2 DIANNE REBENITCH Curtatn Call Productnon 2 3 recordtng secretary 4 Lattn Club 2 Qutll and Scroll 3 4 Radto Forum Workshop 3 4 Spantsh Club 3 4 Student Counctl 3 Taltsman 2 co feature edttor 3 co edrtor 4 Ushers Club 3 prestdent 4 tennts Club 3 JOAN REETZ Curlatn Call Productton 2 3 4 Spantsh Club t KATHLEEN REFFKE General Course ROGER REHFELDT General Course Rank Ree z XxX Y' ay Rebenntch RefTke Rehfeldt 019 --M ,ef -I stiff! A tx Paw 109 H C 51 at x N -5 5. Q, J: ., ' 'S fx . f- J" , C3 1, ' as fw. , WH I ,. '- NX -K, I- A 2, ,W 4 15? f:' ug: X 1x . gy? if E , ,, x L E ., 'E Reinke, M, Reinke, S. Reitzner Retzlaff Riehl Roehm MARY JANE REINKEQ General Course . . . SUSAN REINKE: Art Workshop 4, Clarion 4, Curtain Call Production 2, 3, 4, Nature Club 2, 3, Spanish Club 2, 3, 4, Talisman 2, 3, 4 , . . JOAN REITZNER: Latin Club 2, Spanish Club 3, 4, Talisman 3, Tumbling Club 2. RAY RETZLAFF: Bowling Club 4, Football manager 2, 3, 4, Visual Aids Club 2, 3, 4 . . . CAROLE RlEHL , , . Transfer from New London, 4 . . . DONNA ROEHM: Cheerleader 2, 3, co-captain 4, Curtain Call Acting 2, 3, 4, G.A.A. 2, Intramurals 2, 3, 4, Latin Club 2, Library Stal? 4, Orchesis 2, 3, secretary 4, Flag Raiser 4, Marx Award 2. MARGARET ROEMER: Archery Club 4, Commercial Club 4, Square Dance Club 2 . . . CARMEN ROHM: Commercial Club 4 . . . JANICE ROHM: Archery Club 4, Bowling Club 2, Curtain Call Acting 4, G.A A. 2, Nature Club 4, Radio Forum Work- shop 3, 4, Declamation 4. Roemer Rohm, C, Rohm, J. Q 1' I 6 av i " 3 .4 1 4 f gfgl X l prr' W ' TT,-' t H . I Roth Running Sackerson ROBERT ROTH: Curtain Call Production 3, 4, German Club 2, 3, 4, Track 2, 3, 4 . . . BARBARA RUNNING: Bowling Club 3, 4 . . . CAL SACKERSON: Bowlinq Club 3, Curtain Call Acting 3, 4, Football 4, German Club 3, 4, Operetta 4, Student Council 3, Track 2, 4, Tum' bling Club 2. CAROL SALM: Bowling Club 2, 3, 4 . , . SHIRLEY SCHIEDERMAYER: Bowling Club 4, Commercial 4, G.A.A. 2, 3, 4, Latin Club 2, Square Dance Club 2, Talisman 4 . . . SUE SCHMALZ: General Course. CHARLES SCHMIDT: Badger Boys' State 3, Bowling Club 2, 3, 4, Intramurals 2, 3, 4, Spanish Club 3, 4, Student Council 4, Tennis 2, 3, 4, Tumbling Club 2 . . . MARGARET SCHMIDT: Camera Club 2, Curtain Call Acting 2, 3, 4, Latin Club 2, Library Staff 4, Quill and M Scroll 3, 4, Square Dance Club 2, Talisman 3, 4 . . . ROBERT SCHMIDT: General Course. Salm Schiedermayer Schmalz Schmidt, C. Schmidt, M. Schmidt, R. C MN ff .. g , . 2, X 4, x,' V' C? 7 , ' wr A 1 l l IWW gin. db , .1 Page 110 1119 'Ov 'X Schol Schreuter S Schrenter T KATHLEEN SCHOLZ General Course SUSANNE SCHREITER Ar Workshop 2 3 4 Clarnon 3 4 Curtaun Call Productuon 3 4 Square Dance Club 2 Talusman 4 Cornmercual Club 4 THOMAS SCHREITER Intramurals 2 3 4 Square Dance 2 4 BEVERLY SCHROEDER General Course DONALD J SCHROEDER Bowlung Club 3 4 Football 4 Track 3 DONALD R SCHROEDER Operetta 4 DONNA SCHROEDER Spannsh Club 3 4 Square Dance Club 2 3 EARL SCHROEDER General Course LORNA SCHROEDER Curtain Call Actmg 2 3 4 Curtaln Call Productuon 3 4 German Club 3 Latnn Club 2 Quull and Scroll 4 Talusman 2 3 4 Ushers Club 3 4 Schroeder B Schroeder D J Schroeder D R Schroeder D Schroeder E Schroeder L 'W lr?-gl 3.5 s. M 'vm ii 1759 0 I-Q has 1'-. X 7- X Schroeder W Sealy '-if ti' wr if Schutz Seehawer .Y SW4. .7 'jqaiu If ,ji- Schwalbach Selng WAYNE SCHROEDER Operetta 2 4 Basketball manager 3 4 Football Trauner 2 3 Tennns 2 3 4 Vvsual Ands Club 2 3 4 MARLENE SCHWALBACH Bowlnng Club 2 3 4 Square Dance Club 2 RALPH SCHUTZ NANCY SEALY Curtatn Call Productnon 3 4 lntrarnurals 2 3 4 Talrsman 3 4 Commercual Club 4 KERMIT SEEHAWER ate 2 3 4 Extempore 3 Latm Club 2 3 co consul Quill and Scroll 3 treasurer 4 Tallsman 2 3 4 MYRA SELIG Cafeterua 2 3 4 JANET SELLE General Course EARL SEMROW General Course JANE SHOLTS Bowlmg Club 4, Spamsh Club 2, 3 4, Square Dance Club 2, Ushers Club 3 4 Selle Semrow Sholts . .. 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Q ., 3 . , -02", , J , gl' 352' r 9- -A A HV Smuth G Smuth J Solberg GERALD SMITH Archery Club 3 4 JANICE SMITH Clarion 4 Spamsh Club 2 Square Dance Club CARL SOLBERG Football 3 4 Latnn Club 2 Track 2 3 4 LOIS SPOERL Latnn Club 2 SYLVIA STACK Curtaln Call Productton 3 4 Nature Club 2 Spamsh Club 2 3 4 Ushers C u 3 4 MARILYN STADLER Bowling Club 3 SHlRLEY STADLER GAA 2 3 4 Ge rt CI b 3 4 Lat u 2 3 MARILYN STAMMER Art Workshop 2 Cur tam Call Actung 2 3 4 Student Councul 2 JOHN STARK Badger Boys State 3 Intramu als 2 Lnbrary Stacf 4 Student Councul 4 Spoerl Stack Stadler M Stadler S Stammer Stark vf' L7 i ii ill wt Page 112 'r VV, -any " di. DG Steffen Steftens H Steffens L Steunberg Stenlund Sternhagen CHRlSTlE STEFFEN Archery Club 2 Bowlmg Club 2 3 4 Curtaun Call Productlon 2 3 4 Operetta 2 HELEN STEFFENS Bowlxnrz Cu 3 Clarnon 4 GAA 2 3 Intramurals 3 4 LARRY STEF FENS General Course JOHN STEINBERG Badger Boys State 3 Football 2 3 4 Intramurals Track 3 ROGER STENLUND Curtam Call Acting 2 3 4 Debate 2 3 Extempore 2 3 Raduo Forum Workshop 4 Spannsh General Course LYLE STEWARD General Course SANDRA STILLMAN Claruon 2 co sponsorshlp manager 3 4 Curtam Call Acting 2 3 secretary 4 Latm Club 2 3 4 Operetta 4 Pep Band 3 4 Quull and Scrol 3 vrce presudent 4 Student Councul 3 JOAN STOEGER Bowlmg Cu 3 4 Steward Stnllman Stoeger A Y? X 2, , 3' 5 as K , ,fe QA o 1 X 9 A X 2 A. . V . I W - , r I , f I ' 'S 1... J ' .aa 3, 5 ' 5 2 . . . - Q ' ,V ,S 'Y X..' H l at l 1 ' f I b , . ' ' 1 ' ' f ' l b 5 A lg I. I, . , 5 A L l , . . . I - : . . . , , 5 rma u , g in Cl b , , 4 . . . : I ' . h 2' 3, 4: l 1: ' 1 1 1- I I I Club 2, xlicejpresident 3g Oratlory 4 . . . DONALD STERNHAGEN: Wy ' "rw x Nh 5' ' l XM , X ' g 4. if 8 v iv g I I . S ! -.. an at ' ' , 1 ' ' , , f f ' X ' . , : i , i A l , f A , A A I b , . ' ' ' ' ' ' J 5. ' ' aw L T 5 . f , M D , ff i io. s Q X ...f 2 Q6 '+- I ,"" I r ii, .. S Wm? M Q , I r I' ' -I ' Ei Streator Strelow Tank Taubel Taylor Theisen JAMES STREATOR: Library Staff 4, Radio Forum Workshop 4, Spanish Club 2, 3, 4, Student Council 3, Talisman 4, Spanish Award 3, Junior Academy of Science, 3 . . . WAYNE STRELOW: General Course . . . LEAH TANK1 Commercial Club 4, Square Dance Club 2, Student Council 4, Talisman 4. TOM TAUBEL: Operetta 4 . . . CATHERINE TAYLOR: Clarion 3, 4, Curtain Call Production 3, 4, G.A A. 2, Latin Club 2, 35 Quill and Scroll 3, 4, Spanish Club 3, 4, Talisman 3, 4, Ushers Club 3, 4, Guidance Assistant 3, 4 , . , PATRICIA THEISENz General Course. JANET THOMAS: Bowling Club 2, 3, secretary 4, Clarion 4: Commer- cial Club 4, Student Council 3, 4 , , . JEAN THOMAS: Clarion 4, Commercial Club 4 . . , ROBERT THURBER: General Course. Thomas, Ja. Thomas, Je. Thurber A 'Mx 1. Timm Timmers Tonnell ROBERT TIMM: Bowling Club 3, Visual Aids Club 2, 3, 4 . . . CAROL TIMMERS: Curtain Call Acting 2, 3, 4, Curtain Call Production 3, 4, Intramurals 3, A, Latin Club 2, Operetta 4, Quill and Scroll 3, 45 Radio Forum Workshop 3, 4, Spanish Club,3, 4, Square Dance Club 2, Talisman 2, 3, 4, Ushers Club 3, 4 . . . GERALD TONNELL: Bowling Club 3, 4, Curtain Call Production 2, 3. BARBARA UMLAND: Bowling Club 3, 4 . , . CARYL VANDEN BOOM: Bowling Club 3, 4, Intramurals 3, 4, Operetta 4, Square Dance Club 2, Tumbling Club 2 . , . GARY VANDER MAUSE: Intramurals 2, 3, 4, BETTY VAN DYNHOVEN: Bowling Club 3, Commercial Club 4 . . . LOIS VAN ENBERGEN: Tumbling 2 . . . JAMES VAN EREM: General Course. Umland Vanden Boom VanderMause VanDynhoven VanEnbergen VanErern . W. 'L 5, R' lv is -. - ,u "X tgp is -53 v , nl J ffiifr. ., Ah A ,us fn' I-F. V'-in Y Page113 1: G -A wrxaae ., an di' 6 . Q, , T' "' " B -f K Wheeler Wichman Wilkinson 9, fa. gp inf' v--'H vp., Veitenbans Vercauteren Wassmann Weber Wegenke Weiland RITA VEITENHANS: Bowling Club 2, 3, 4 . . . LORRAINE VERCAUTEREN: Bowling Club 2, 3, 11 , . BARBARA WASSMANNz Bowling Club 2. KENNETH WEBER: General Course . . . RICHARD WEGENKE: General Course . . . WILLIAM WEILAND: Intramurals 2, 3: Latin Club 2, Tennis 2. PHILIP WEINER: Spanish Club 2, 3, A . . , BARBARA WEISS: MARLENE WHEELER: Library Staff 4 . . . DONNA WICHMAN: Bowl: ing Club 2, German Club 2 . . . SHARON WILKINSON: Curtain Call Production 3, -4, G.A.A. 2, 3: Pep Band 2, 3, 4: Tumbling Club 2. JERRY VVILLIANIS: Football 2, 3, 4, Tumbling Club 2, 3 . . . LOIS WILLIAMSEN: Commercial Club 3, secretary 4, G,A.A. 2, 3, 4, Quill and Scroll 4, Spanish Club 2, 3, Talisman 4 . . . DONNA WILLOUGH- BY: Bowling Club 2, Curtain Call Acting 3, 4, Curtain Call Produc- tion 2, G.A,A. 2: Latin Club 2, 3, Declamation 4, BARBARA WINKLER: General Course . . . JAMES WINTEREELDT: Badger Boys' State 3: Bowling Club 2: Football 3, 4, Intramurals 2, 3, Operetta 4, Student Council 2, 3, 4 . . . WAYNE WITT: General Course. Williams Winkler Williamsen Winterfelclt , V , Vi ' S r 5? A l 1 , Vllillougliby Will Commercial Club 4, G.A.A. 2, 3, 4: Latin Club 2 . . . RUTH I Qi WERNER: Bowling Club 2, Curtain Call Production 3, G.A,A. l W von, of-"'v 2, 3: Operetta 4. 3515 'N Weiner Weiss Werner f 1 5' fifi , 4 Xb Jn L 7' fj Q' I bf Y Q gs' 'P , I T Q ' vw' it fs 1 wiv 2- I 'L VJ J , N Page 114 , ' 'M ' 'l 'll' T as X A af, .15 l ' Q ' I L rf 5 3 6 'H-1. Q S 3 ,curse , .... .Ei Y- I ' I .1 7 . . I 1 Wittwer Witzke Woldt Ziesemer, R. Ziesemer, S. MARlANNE WlTTWER. Bowling Club 2, Curtain Call Production 3, 4, Spanish Club 2, 3, 4, Tumbling Club 2, Ushers Club 3, -1 . . . NANCY WITZKE: Bowling Club 2, 3, German Club 2 , ERVIN WOLDT: General Course HELEN WOLF: Curtain Call Acting 2, 3, 4, German Club 3, 4, Latin Club 2, Radio Forum Workshop 3, 4, Talisman 3, 4, Ushers Club 3 . . . TOM WOLFE: Operelta 4 . . . JAMES WUNDERLICH: Intramurals 2, 3, Visual Aids Club 2, 3, 4. CAROL ZACHOVV: Curtain Call Production 3, 11, German Club 3, secretary 4, Latin Club 2, Operetta 2, Talisman 3, Tumbling 2, Ushers Club 3, vice-president 4 . . . TODD ZEISS: Badger Boys' State 3, Curtain Call Acting 2, 3, A, Debate 3, -1, Extempore 2, German Club 3, president 4, Latin Club 2, Pep Band 2 . . . DONNA ZIESEMER: Bowling Club 3, Commercial Club 3, 4, Quill and Scroll -1, Talisman 4. Wolf Wolfe Wunderlicli Zachow Zeiss Ziesemer, D. RUTH ZIESEMER: Spanish Club 2, 3 . SHIRA :X R LEY ZIESEMER: General Course . . 'AARLENE ZIMMERMANN Operetta -1 Zimmermann Zorclel MARGO ZORDLL: Cerintin Club 3, -1, Quill and Scroll -1, Square Dance Club 2, Tnlisrnnn 3, A, Operetta 2 TN z V Q N K, ' 9, 1 ' ,., 1 Ferrel, Carroll 'fs N7 Ti 1' , ij 'lf . I' a 'E'4.sf., . - -5 fi 9,1-Q x Y 3 l 1' C fl . Larson, Corbett H. McConagha, Goodwin Page 115 Other Semors Barrett Jack Square Dance Club 3 Vtsr al A cls Club 2 3 4 Bayer Charles r ranfturals 2 3 borsche Donald General Cours rn .lack Bowlrng Club 2 .1 Name ua ant h Club 3 Vtsua Ads Peters Audrey Cayo Robert General Course Pftster Robert Co ey Earl General Course Councrl A Emerson James lntrarnurals 2 3 Prette Eugene Farnum Dan Camera Club 3 4 Curtarn Call Productron 2 Roegner Floyd Gurnee Charles General Course Rowe Harlovve Hrllen Grrd Exchanoe Student from Germany Lake Martrn Football 3 A Loret Geraldune General Course Lutz Rrchard General Course Mtller Donald wlng Club 2 Curtaln C ll Actrno 2 -1 Operetta 2 A Turnblng Club 2 3 General Course Wrthdrwvn -1 Radto Forum Workshop treasurer -1 Student Vrsual Ards Club 2 3 Entered 4 General Course St Louls Thomas Entered from Wtbeno Jacobson Richard Bow :ng Club 4 Curtarn Call Produc -1 Spaftord Jay Bowltng Club 2 4 tron 2 Intramurals 3 Jorgensen Mary Lourse Bowlrng Club 2 Joyce James Intramurals 2 Ushers Club 3 Kampf Carl Ushers Club 3 Keatlng Rrchard Archery Club 2 Staples Nancy General Course Van Oudenhoven Malo General Course Ward Stephen rtarn Call Actlng 2 3 A Football 3 Operetta A Student Councrl 2 Wenclr Vrctor Tr nsferrecl l ru Vllalp ca l J Banl Yettner tclwarcl General Course Konz Chrtstopher Curtatn Call Productron Kuse Davld General Course Page 'l'l6 Z i Wes Theodore General Course Worden Delbert P Baud 2 3 4 Work' Work' Work' Learn' Learn' Learn' 1 L ' , . Int V , -1 , ' , , , Bra' , Jr. . . ' , -17 tr C1 l 2, ' , . . , Bo I 5 ' a Sp 's -lg ' l 5 Club 3. f , g i , . fl -, . . . . ' , ,.. ' , , . . . , , 4. - , ... , 7 ' l , 3. I 4 I I 4 1. I I Y . , . . . L , . , . , I ' . ' CU I , I I X V y ' vl A - , ' . . , a to r'.n , ' . . . ' ' 2, 3. in - - - - , ' . . . . , . .. ep v ,, , . ' .L ' L. ', s f . 4 ' ' 1 I ' 1? ' r 'N I ' ,, 5 1 I 1x-. Q . ' r i 4 f ,' ,I l ir S 5 I-','..rt 1 51 J Q fi sy fgf? H O N O R S f N 'r :js Q fri 5-rf' N f C 1 J 49" C XY Q5 if ,, 2, Q ND i Craftsmanship Shield JEAN BUCHANAN The Craftsmanship Shield awarded annually to a senior outstanding in character, leader- ship, scholarship, and service is the highest honor A.H.S. can bestow upon a senior stu- dent. This year Jean Buchanan was chosen to receive the award. Jean has made an impres- sive record, having been co-consul of Latin Club, winner of the Spector Trophy, and hav- ing graduated one of the first in her class. She has also been in the declamatory contest for two years active in Curtain Call Radio Forum Workshop and Library StaFf Nahonal Honor Soclety The National Honor Society added twenty two members to its ofhcial roll at its annual induction ceremony on April 23 T954 The members all in the upper fourth of their class were chosen by a secret vote of the faculty and a ballot of the upper scholastic fourth of the senior class Character leadership scholarship and service were the four points on which the selections were based Before an assembly of the entire student body Mr Witte introduced the group and led them in the societys oath Following the explanation by Mr Hamann Mr Helble presented the pins to the mem bers and spoke br1efTy on the Meaning of Honors Professor Warren Beck climaxed the program with a shor talk on Honor and Honors After the in duct on the m mbers and their parents were feted by th facJlty at the traditional tea in the Early Arn rican Rocrn po Z'l'l First row Buchanan Carroll Monteith Mumme Blacher McConagha Second row Greiner Kiefer Benson Arthur Roehm Kirk Third row Newton Krueger Manner Rebenitch Radloff Laue Fourth row Cross Koehnke Beck Streator vi' Commencement Speakers BROWNING, BLACHER, MCCONAGHA, BUCHANAN, PAUL, MANIER The distinction ot being tirst in the class of '54 was shared by six girls who maintained a straight "H" average throughout their high school careers. They also formed a panel to discuss "Ctur Golden Heritage" at the commencement exercises, out- lining the progress education has made in the past fifty years and the outlook tor the future, Badger Boys' and Girls' States with class- Boys' Mary Root, Jack Close, Tom Wadsworth, John Harriman, Bruce Benson, Carl Schwendler, Terry Thorson, Lorenz, Ara Call, Mark Cohen, Chuck Zwerg, their alternates, Karen Eisch, Sandra Lemke, Ten boys with five alternates and one girl two alternates were chosen by their iunior mates to represent A.H.S. at the annual Badger and Girls' States Conferences. The participants, Crane, Bill Dohr, Ed Schrage, Wally Rugland Ben DeDecker, were chosen on the basis o cellence in scholarship, patriotism, character, ff' 'f Don and Jim and ex- and - --A--Q'-M1 i ' Q1 A ' " service. For eight days this summer, this group will set up a model government as a 49th state in Ripon and Madison. By organizing mock campaigns, backing candidates, and by studying municipal, county, and state governments, these students will get a clearer picture of the mechanics ot democracy, The program has been set up by the American Legion and is sponsored by various civic organiza- tions in the city to further good citizenship and train better leaders tor the future. S .if J z., ,, . l , M? -, i 5 4 y. J .4 n Standing: Call, Rugland, Schwendler, Harriman, Wadsworth, DeDecker, Close, Crane, Benson, Dohr, Lorenz, Cohen, Thorson Zwerg. Seated: Lemke, Root, Eisch. mage TWO Pace 190 win' I -vm it-M wr res' fav-W" D A R Award DONNA ROEHM Dependabrllty Servlce Leadershrp and Patrrotusm are the qualltres on which the DAR Award rs based Donna Roehm has amply fllled all these requirements durlng her three years at Appleton Hugh As a sophomore she recenved the Marx Award for her athletuc abrlrty and sportsmanshrp and rn her sensor year she was elected by her class as a flag rauser She IS also an actnve member of Curtarn Call the sec retary of Orchests and a member of the library staff Spector Award THOMAS BECKER The hrghest award a sophomore can recenve rs the Spec tor Trophy Thrs years wrnner Tom Becker was chosen by a secret ballot of the hugh school faculty on the basrs of scholarship character service and leadership H s actrve member of Student Councnl Pep Band Curtarn Call Productron and the B football team Indeed Tom un hrs own quiet way has already contrlbuted much to A H S and well deserves the trtle of a most promlsnng sophomore V F W C1t1zensh1p Award PATRlClA ARTHUR The Veterans of Forengn Wars each year present a school crtrzenshup award an the form of a S50 savlngs bond to an outstandnng sensor Pat Arthur IS certainly qualified for thus honor She has been an actuve member of numerous clubs Including Curtarn Call Acting and Production Pep Band Quill and Scroll Raduo Forum Workshop Tallsman and Art Workshop In the held of musuc Pat has cheerfully played many accompanlments and she herselt rs an excellent flute player Her wrllrngness to serve and her organrzrng and leadership abrlmes have made her a worthy reclprent of this honor "v. f ' Q W . . . A Q... -.. I I I 1 x 'yt ' A -r 'rl ' ' I .1 ' ' ' I I x 1 1 A , . r I 1 4' ' y ' , - I D X - 1 r ' , , , . e r an - , 1 1 - 11 11 - . ' 1' 1 - 1 1 1 ' A-11.1f"' ' . . wr F"-fr "Y 1 ' ' A - , Q ,V 5 ff? r I Q I' 'gr' I2 l A 5' wr . . . . . . 1 1 - 1 I I - . 11 . 11 I - I 1 - 1 1 - 1 A A U W Scholarshlp NANCY HEATON The Amerlcan Assoclatuon of Unlverslty Women nually glves a S250 scholarship to a deservung sensor who IS planning to attend Lawrence College Theur chotce for thus year was Nancy Heaton Throughout her hugh school career Nancy has been a valuable member of many actlvltles In cludlng Art Workshop Curtaln Call Production Curtain Call Actlng Qulll and Scroll Radio Forum Workshop Spanlsh Club Talnsman Ushers Club and Student Counctl Because of her contrubutrons to AHS organuzataons her character and her scholastlc ablluty A A U W has selected her tor thus award Iaycette Scholarshlp CAROL TIMMERS Carol Tlmmers has been honored as the reclplent of the S200 Junior Chamber of Commerce Jaycette Scholarshup awarded to a worthy sensor gurl who ns enterlng the field of nursing As a co head of the prop crew of Curtaln Call Pro ductuon Carol has spent many hours relentlessly searchrng for stage propertles ln addltlon she was a member of Curtaun Call Actung Radlo Forum Workshop Spannsh Club Talxs man and Ushers Club Her leadershlp character and actxve club partrcnpatuon have made her an excellent chouce for thus award Bus1ness and Profess1ona1 Women s Club Scholarslup Award JEAN THOMAS Jean Thomas has been selected by a commuttee ot A H S comrnerclal department teachers and women s club members as the reclprent of a scholarshup to the busuness college ot her chouce The cholce ns made on the basus of the students scholastic record leadershnp character and servlce a lust of requtrements which Jean has more than met She has always been wtllung to help her school and department whenever called upon and has mauntatned a constant attutude of servlce ln addutuon her scholasttc achievements have made her out standung nn the commerctal department el? ' 'fb Latm Award MARGARET MCCONAGHA The medal for excellence in Latin awarded annually by Eta Sigma Phi honorary language fraternity of Lawrence Col lege this year went to Margaret McConagha In addition to her contributions to Latin Club Margaret has been a member of Curtain Call Production Quill and Scroll Student Council and Clarion Second Year Spamsh Award SHIRLEY KRICHMAR On the basis of consistent excellence in class prepara tion and active participation in Spanish Club the annual second year Spanish Award a gold medal went to Shirley Krichmar Shirley has always been an active member of the club and this year was elected to the vice presidency The Talisman has also benefited from Shirleys talents during both he lunior and senior years she has been co feature editor Other activities in which she has engaged are Quill and Scroll Curtain Call Production Ushers Club and Radio Forum Workshop F1rst Year Spanlsh Award JUDITH ANDERSON Judy Anderson was awarded a silver medal by the Spanish Club as the outstanding student of first year Spanish. The award is made on the basis of maintenance ot a high scholastic average and active participation in Spanish Club. Although this is Judy's hrst year in the club she has already proved that she is a valuable member. She is also a faithful member ot Art Workshop Curtain Call and the 'Talisman' business stafl, German Award RICHARD DAVIS The German Award us guven annually by the German Club to a member who has ranked hugh un scholarshup and has guven servuce to the club Ruchard Davus thus years re cupuent has excelled un both of these respects durung hus two years un the study of German he has mauntauned a consustently hugh scholastuc average and thus year us the treasurer of the club Duck wull have hus name engraved on the German Club s honor plaque and wull receuve a munuature plaque of hus own Elks C1t1ZGHSh1p Award MARGARET MCCONAGHA Each year the local Elks Lodge sponsors a test open to all senuors on Cutuzenshup and the Constututton Thus year s first place wunner was Margaret McConagha who receuved SlOO and a chance to compete un the state contest for a top pruze of S300 Margy has been very actuve durung her three years at A H S among her actuvutues were Claruon Cot whuch she was a co edutor thus yearl Curtaun Call Productuon Latun Club Quull and Scroll and Student Councul She was also the recupuent ofthe Latun Award un her senuor year Flag RBISGIS DONNA ROEHM and JAMES KOEHNKE At the end of uts Iunuor year each class elects a boy and a gurl to serve the honorary post of Flag Rausers for the followung year The class of 54 uudged Donna Roehm and Jum Koehnke worthy of thus award Both Donna and Jum have been outstandung cutuzens of A H S As a uunuor Jum attended Badger Boys State He has also been on the basketball team as a uunuor and senuor and was a member of the lubrary staff Donna has also been actuve When she was a sophomore she was guven the Marx Award for her athletuc abuluty and hugh standards of sportsmanshup and as a senuor was the recupuent of the D A R Award Page193 Page 124 RR 59 -1.3 if """?' wr X L, Amer1can Legron Athletlc Award VERNON BJERKVOLD The Amerucan Legron Award grven to the outstandung sensor athlete by the Oney Johnston Edward Blessman Post No 38 was awarded to Vern Blerkvold thus year Vern has grven evidence of hrs athletlc prowess by earnlng a letter rn three fields track football and basketball For three years he has been an excellent shot putter has played haltback on the football team and forward on the basketball team Marx Award DOROTHY BERGEM Each year an award IS made by the Marx Jewelers to a boy and gurl who have been promnnent In Intramural athletics The winner of the 54 Marx Award for grrls IS Dorothy Ber noon hour basketball and her constant dlsplay of good sports manshtp Dorothy ments thus honor Throughout her three years at A H S she has been active rn tntramurals Thrs year she was the basketball sports head Marx Award JON STILLMAN The boy to recetve the Marx Award this year was Jon Strllman Jon has shown hrs all around athletic ablllty by partncnpatrng ID a large number of sports lncludtng bowlnng curlrng tumblung vo'leyball and basketball He too has consistently shown sportsmanshlp athletlc ablllty and team spsrlt whlch made hum deservlng of thus award Active tn other extra currrcular actuvrtnes as well Jon has been a mem ber of Spanrsh Club Student Councrl and was an emcee for the Sophomore Talent Show I . . . . f I - I' , , I A , gem. 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Co APPLIANCE REPAIR Applrance Doctors GoocI Housekeeptng Shop ARCHITECTS Raymond N LeVee 81 Assoctates Wusconstn Archrtects Assn AUTOMOTIVE DEALERS SERVICE 8. SUPPLY Appleton Automotlve Supply C c Appleton Battery 81 Ign tton Servtce Bee Ltne Frame 8. Axle Servtcc Chrlsty Servtce Statuon Cloud Buxck Co Kolosso Auto Servuce Laux Motor Co Mllhaupt s Auto Co Pierce Auto Body Works Ray s Ttre Shop Rector Motor Co Al Rudolf Motors Inc Sharp Auto Body Serv e Sherry Motors Tusler Motor Co Verruer Schm t Servtce Stat on Wagner s Super Serv ce Wrsconsln Auto Wrecktng Co Zeh Motor Sales AWINGS Appleton Awnrng Shop BAKERIES Bestler Bakery Elm Tree Bakery Gunderson s Bakery M s Hamtlton s Krtchen Manclerheld s Home Bakery Servtce Bakery of Appleton Tastee Bakery BANKS Apptelon State Bat Flrst Natlonal Bank Outagamte County Bank BARBERS Wrsconstn Aver ue Barh Shop BEAUTY SHOPS Alex s Beauty Salon Buetovv s Bewuty Shop Estelle s Beauty Shop Raye s Beauty Cltntc BOOKS Conkey Book Store BOWLING Arcade Bowl ng All CAB COMPANIES Appleton Yello y Cal Red Top Cap I c Safe T Cab CANDY SHOPS Bo flby s Cand es Marte E Doertler s Confectlonery Oaks Candy Shop CANNING COMPANIES Stokely Food Itc CARPET SHOPS The Carpet Shop CHIROPRACTORS LCO IJ CIVIC 81 FRATERNAL ORGANIZATIONS Appleton Chamber Commerce Konemlc Lodge No 47 I O O F VAIIFA CLEANERS 81 LAUNDRIES Badger Pantorlum Inc Johnson Cleaners 81 Dy rs Lee s Launderette People s Laundry 8- Ayr mor Cleaners Rechner Cleaner Rtchmond Cleaner Royal Cleaners Sptc 81 Span Dry Cleaner Uneecla 84 Peerless Laundr CLOTHING EOR CHILDREN Cary s Chuldrer Store CLOTHING EOR MEN Behnke s Inc Eerron s Kopussen s Cloth ng S re Lnpark Cloth s Matt Schmudt 8. 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'f I e , I CLOTHING FOR WOMEN Bee Frank Fustteld s Muller s Dress Shop Porter s Robnnhood Dress Shop Marian Ross The Rose Shop CONDENSERIES Western Condensung Co CONSTRUCTION CONTRACTORS Concrete Pape Corporatlon Charles A Green 81 Son Inc Fred Hoeppner and Sons C CIKJLJ LX QUII Theodore Utschag Valley Ready Muxed Concrete DAIRY PRODUCTS Consolidated Badger Cooperative Schaefer s Danry Wnttwer s Danry DANCE SCHOOL Bre1nIgLemke School ot the Dance DENTISTS IO Dentusts have donated as friends DEPARTMENT STORES Campbell Stores Geenen s Dry Goods Co Gloudemans 8- Gage Inc Montgomery Ward 81 Co North Sade Dry Goods Co J C Penney Co H C Prange Co Sears Roebuck 81 Co DRUG STORES Belling Prescrlptxon Pharmacy Mrller Drug Schluntz Brothers Co Unmuth s Rexall Drug Store 81 Gutt Shop Page T311 Vougt s Drug Store Walsh Rexall Drug Store ELECTRIC APPLIANCES Fnnkle Electrtc Shop Home Appluance Co Kurz Electrnc Service Langstadt s Inc Mullen Electrlc Supernor Kulloren Electrnc Co ENGINEERS Crane Engnneerlng Sales Inc FINANCE COMPANIES People s Loan 84 Flnance FIVE AND TEN CENT STORES Ben Franklin S Kresge Co F W Woolvvorth Co FLORISTS Appleton Floral Junction Greenhouse Memorual Drtve Florlsts Rlversude Greenhouse Van s Greenhouse FRUIT COMPANIES Cohen Brothers Frutt Co Wssconsrn Dustrlbutung Co FUEL AND ICE Balluet Supply Co J P Laux and Son Fuel Co Lutz Ice Co Marston Bros FUNERAL HOMES Brettscnnender s Valley Funeral Home Ichmann Funeral Home FURRIERS Grist Furs Krreck Furs FURNITURE AND INTERIOR DECORATING Brettschnerder s Furniture FrankJ Strebel Wlchmann Furnsture Co GIFTS Treasure Box Gttt Shop GLASS COMPANY HoFter Glass Co GROCERS A 81 P Super Market Alko Super Market Andy s Grocery Bellln Food Market C Christen Food Market Jacobs Bros Market Kluge Grocery Koestler s Food Market Krambo Food Stores Inc G A Lemke Food Market Marx Grocery Quella s Food Market Roehl s Food Market Thrrtty Superette Wtlz Grocery GROCERS IWHOLESALED S C Shannon Co HARDWARE Economy Spot Kimball s Hardware 84 Appllance Store North Slde Gamble Store Schlaters Inc HEATING PLUMBING A CONDITIONING Badger Furnace Co W S Patterson Co lWholesalel Tschank 81 Chrsstensen R Wenzel Co August Wunter 81 Sons Co HOTELS Hotel Conway Hotel Appleton C I ' ' , . . , . 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