Appleton High School - Clarion Yearbook (Appleton, WI)
- Class of 1955
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Miss Ruth Miellce
To Miss Miellce and Miss Kopplin whom we admire and respect, we proudly dedi-
cate the 1955 Clarion. Each has given unselfishly of herself and her talents to serve
the youth of Appleton High School.
During her thirty-four years of devoted service, Miss Miellce has not only advised
the library staff but has strongly influenced the students to read and enjoy the great
literature of the world. She has made our library the helpful and cheerful source of
learning it is.
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Miss Elsie Kopplin
A teacher ofthe classics who has served as language department head and adviser
to the Latin Club, Miss Kopplin has in her sixteen years at Appleton High School
stimulated her students to understand Latin and appreciate Roman history and civiliza-
tion. More than this, she has guided, encouraged, and inspired many students to an
attainment beyond their goals.
We of Appleton High School will always remember the privilege that has been
ours as students to worlc with and ltnow each one as a teacher and friend.
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was courageous. He believed to tlie end. l-le was loyal.
served gladly, l-le devoted muclw time and energy to sclwool and community affairs, l-le gave generously of
displayed liumor. l-le was genial and approaclwalole. l-le believed in sports and in nature.
loved youth and people. l-le clrerislwed liis friendships.
l-lis clwaracter leaves a deep imprint upon tlne lives in our sclwool and community. l-le was a teaclwer.
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MR. JOHN P. MANN
The Appleton School System is ably headed by Mr.
John P. Mann, Superintendent of Schools. l-le is assisted
by the Board ol Education and together they solve the
many problems of our schools.
Cn the shoulders ol our principal, Mr. l-lelble, lies
the great responsibility ol running our school smoothly.
Inspiring to us all is the tact that despite this full-time
position, he always Finds time to reach the students and
faculty personally. Appleton l-ligh School continually
grows under the guiding hand of our principal as he
MR. HERBERT H. HELBLE
initiates new ideas and successfully carries them out.
Versatility and Mr. Witte go hand in hand. Not only
is he our assistant principal and Dean of Boys, but he also
manages the Athletic Department and teaches in the Social
A ready smile is characteristic ol Miss Wolf, Dean of
Girls, who is always happy and willing to help the students
with their problems, l'ler worlc also includes giving special
vocational guidance to the seniors and advising the A.l-l.S.
MISS ANNABELLE WOLF
MR. WERNER WITTE
BACK ROW: Mrs. Myrl Davis, Mr. Knuth, Mr. John Schneider, Mr. John Strange, Mr. Earl Harder, Mr. John Mann.
FRONT POW: Mr. Edward Krueger, Mr. Franklin Jesse, Mr. John Wollwage.
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The erliciency with vvlwiclw time sclwool otiice is run is
due to the competency ol our office stall, Mrs. Jean
Swiclc, Mrs. Ruth Wynen, and Mrs, Violet plaman, who
was replaced at mid-year by Mrs. l-lazel Halstrom.
We can justly be proud of time line appearance of our
sclwool buildings and grounds. llwe students, inspired by
the good example of Mr. Lewis Jury and luis custodians,
co-operate to keep AHS. immaculate at all times,
MRS. VIOLET PLAMAN, MRS. JEAN SWICK.
STANDING: Mr. Lewis Jury, Mr. Ferdinand Arnold, Mr. Howard Van Dyke, Mr.
SEATED: Mrs. Mildred Captain, Mr. Robert Palm, Mrs. Marie Hansen.
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BAERWALDT English English, Curtain Call Department I-lead LAVERINIE KNIEBLISCH
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Our Sophs are always ready with the answer.
The goal of the English oepartment is to train each
student so that he is capable of demonstrating proficiency
in the understanding and use of English. To accomplish
this, Appleton I-ligh School requires tvvo years of English.
The desire for better literature is stimulated by classroom
libraries and various projects such as movies, dramatiza-
tions and displays.
Besides the lull time English staff, Miss Elizabeth Rlovv-
right, of the social science department, and Mrs. Jean
Rooler, of the science department, also teach sophomore
and junior English classes. Miss Ruth Miellce and Miss
Librarian, Library Stall
Ethelvvyn Baervvaldt have charge of the library. Under
their competent supervision, the students have many hours
of quiet study and help in finding the information they are
This year, under the direction of Miss Elizabeth Rlovv-
right, experimental efforts were macle in the field of inte-
rated studies to co-ordinate American I'Iistory and
English. The aim of this program is to help students gain
a more meaningful understanding of American literature
through a realization that it is a part of Americais history
and an outgrowth and record thereof.
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RUTI-I MIELKE English, Make-up English, Biology English MARJORIE WILLIAMS
MR. JOHN GRAFF MR. BRUNO KRUEGER MISS MISS MR. HERBERT SIMON
Commercial Department Head LAURA LIVERMORE LEONE ROBICHAUD Commercial
Commercial Club Commercial Club Commercial Commercial Commercial Club
Assistant Basketball Coach "Talisman" Business Commercial Club Commercial Club Assistant Track Coach
U. S. Stamp Sales Assistant
Ouill and Scroll Athletic Manager
The commercial department ol Appleton l'Iigh School
is recognized lor its outstanding contribution to the busi-
ness world. Here students have endless opportunities lor
job placements alter being well trained in practical slcills
and such techniques as oilice machines and Filing pro-
cedures. A group of well trained boolckeepers, typists,
stenographers and secretaries are graduated each year.
The physical education department of Appleton High
School endeavors to improve the health, growth, muscular
development and slcill in the physical activities ol all stu-
dents. Through the numerous exercises and seasonal sports
which are a part ol the physical education classes, the
value oi good health and sportsmanship is stressed.
Further emphasis is placed on health by Mrs. O'Keele,
our school nurse, who teaches senior girls home hygiene,
a course in the theory oi nursing slcills.
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MRS. JULIA O'KEEFE
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JACK BURROUGHS Chemistry Science Head Biology VERNON ZIMMERMAN
Biology Assistant Football Coach Physics, Noon Duty Nature Club Biology
Backstage Biology Assistant Football Coach
From the time vve learn the difference between a maple
leaf and an oalc leaf until we begin to understand the
theory of evolution, the importance of science cannot be
underestimated in this atomic age, Not only do these
courses encourage the students to reason for themselves,
but also to reach conclusions from their ovvn observations.
Through these studies students become acquainted with
light, heat, electricity and the intricacies of the human body.
An important aim of the science department is to intro-
duce our students to the most needed fields of science.
"Now sophomores, these are the intestines of Mr. George."
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The social science department aims to give us, as future citizens
of the United States, a clearer picture of the social, economic, and
political problems of the past and future. Before us are unfolded
our great heritages, portrayed in the bloodshed of many of our
Iellowmen. Little do we Icnovv and appreciate the peoples of our
world. Only through learning the customs and habits of other
countries will we understand and malfe our country a better place
in which to live. With this Icind of Irnovvledge, which can be
acquired at A.H.S., we can meet the challenge of the future vvith
courage and hope.
MR. HAROLD BRIESE
MR. ADOLF DILLON
Head Football Coach
MR, KENNETH EDGE MR. DONALD EXNER MR. MISS MR. KENNETH SAGER
SOCIGI Studies Social Studies E. JOHN GOODRICH ELIZABETH PLOWRIGHT Social Studies Head
A Ushers Club Head Traclc Coach Social Studies English Humorous Declamation
Radio Forum Workshop Extemporaneous Spealcing Radio-Forum Worlcshop History Oratory, Speech
Mathematics "Talisman" "Clarion"
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ANTHONY BACICH Band
Appleton High School strives to stimulate an
appreciation oi the Finer arts of music, dramatics
and art. Some of the highlights ol the music de-
partment this year were the Christmas concert,
programs for outside activities, and the music
festival which was held in Neenah. The speech
department otlers some very profitable expe-
riences. Students participate in dramatics, de-
bate, oratory, declamation and extemporaneous
spealcing. In the art department students are given
an opportunity to express themselves through the
study ol painting, design, three-dimensional
vvorlt, and crafts.
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Art, Art Workshop Speech Head, Declamation Chorus
Assistant Track Coach
The wheels of the miniature "Post Crescent" are about to roll.
Could you imagine what it was Iilce in
Industrial Arts Head
primitive times when the only tool of in-
dustrial processes was a wooden bloclc on
the end ol a sticlc as a form of hammer? No,
it is nearly impossible lor us to realize the
simplicity ol that tool in comparison to the
modern industrial shops at A.H.S. Our
shops provide ample opportunities through
actual experiences for students to Find their
own interests and aptitudes in these par-
ticular Iines. These courses are carefully de-
signed vvith Auto Mechanics and Me-
chanical Drawing to greet the sophomore,
and Architectural Drawing and Advanced
Cabinet Malcing to bid the senior farewell.
These classes lay the stepping stones in as-
sisting the student with his Iile's vvorlc.
Nevertheless, it this vocation is not chosen
the study remains deiinitely valuable be-
cause this experience can provide an avoca-
tion For the student interested in this Field
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MRS. VIOLET MISS ELSIE KOPPLIN MR. RICHARD EMANUEL MR. RAY HAMANN
HIMEBAUGH Language Head Mathematics Mdfl1Cmd!iCS Head
Spanish Latin Head Basketball Coach ASSISIGUI FOOfl9dll Coach
Spanish Club Latin Club Assistant Track Coach
German, German Club
French, French Club
LANGUAGE AND MATHEMATICS
Would you believe that language is one of the most important
subjects in our schools? The learning of most other subjects depends
on the students understanding of language. This understanding may
be more easily obtained by means of the study of a foreign language.
A large per cent of the English language has been derived through the
centuries from many different dialects. It is through languages that
students become acquainted with customs, famous people and works
of literature, thereby instilling an appreciation and understanding of
The mathematics department at Appleton High School strives to
prepare its students for college worlc and for positions in the business
world. Students may encounter the simplicity of algebra with its letters
and negative numbers to the more complex study to the relationship
of triangles in trigonometry. The courses are designed to sharpen the
thinlcing and reasoning ability of the student, as well as to bringing
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MR. HUBERT WETAK
MISS MARY O'LEARY MISS
about an understanding of the formulas and basic fundamentals
The Home Economics department is one course at
Appleton High School which stimulates an appreciation
of home life and its activities, and provides an oppor-
tunity for future homemalters to handle typical home situa-
tions. This study stresses the development of good taste
and judgment in the selection and care of clothing. Meal
planning, food preparation, and nutrition are also an
important part of the course. All these phases of the home
economics course are vital factors in providing a good
home, which is the foundation of our society.
Home Arts CATHERINE SPENCE
Home Arts Head
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It is the responsibility of Mrs. Mabel Schwartz, the
director of the cafeteria, to prepare a delicious luncheon
for many famished students and teachers of Appleton High
School. Each morning she plans a well-balanced variety
of nutritious food which appeals to the appetites of the
students staying for lunch. The cafeteria provides sufficient
food for approximately two hundred students daily.
Nevertheless, when the occasion arises nearly three
hundred fifty people can easily be served. However,
Mrs. Schwartz does not perform this superhuman taslc
alone, for she is assisted by Mrs. Beatrice Hansen and
Retzlaff, Otto J., Mrs. Hansen, Kohl, I., Mrs. Schwarz, Ward, Cooney, Nymoen, Knuppel, Knaaclz, J., Seton,
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9 BOTTOM: I. Burton, D. Call, S. Carlsen, A. Casperson, B. Christoferson, D. Coffey, S. Collar, J. Cook, T. Corbett, K. Crowe, N. Damsheuser, J. Braal, C, De Shan
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BOTTOM: J. Hartzheim, L. Heegeman, J. Heller, Y. Hcrbsl, M. Hiclcinbotham, R. Hielpas, T. Hill, R. Hoffman, J. Hoheisel, M. Hopfensperger, S. Hopkins, J. Hostettler, J. Huhn.
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399 90 BOTTOM: J. Laumer, J. Lewus, F. Ligman, J. Luepke, M. Maas, D. Madzr, M. Magnus, B. Mathews, C. McCormick, R. Mclntyre, C. Merkel, J. Mielke, C. Mullen
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3OTTOM: R. Rettler, D. Riley, L, Roeck, R, Roloff, R. Rosenberg, J. Rudolf, Shi, RudloFf, D. Sachs, J, Salentine, R. Saunders, D. Schabo, K. Schiefelbein, E, Schiller. Page Q1
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BOTTOM: P: Tews, T Theiss, Ja. Thomas, N. Thurlaer, J. Treiber, T. Tyvol, M. Ulwelling, E. Vanden Boom, C. Vander Helden, G. Van Dynhoven, J. Van Lyssel, W. Van Stappen, J. Veli
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ACKMANN, BONNIE: Commercial Club 4 . . . ALBRECI-IT,
WILLIAM: General Course . . . ALPERT, KAREN: Art Work-
shop 3, 4, Curtain Call Acting Q, 3, 4, Orchesis 4, Radio
Forum Workshop 4, Spanish Club Q, 3, 4.
ANDERSON, BETTY, Commercial Club 4, Curtain Call
Production 2, 3, 4, "Talisman" 3, Ushers Club Q, 3, 4 . . .
ANDERSON, JUDY: Curtain Call Acting Q, 3, secretary 4,
Art Workshop 3, Latin Club Q, Ouill and Scroll 3, 4, Span-
ish Club 3, secretary 4, "Talisman" Q, 3, advertising manager
4, 'lst year Spanish Award 3 . . . ANDERSON, WAYNE:
Anderson, J. Anderson, W.
ARENT, SI-IARON: Curtain Call Acting Q, 3, 4, Latin Club Q,
Orchesis 4, "Talisman" 4, Ushers Club Q . . . BACI-I, MARY:
Archery Club 9, German Club Q, 3, 4 . . . BAERWALD, BETTY:
Archery Club 9, Art Workshop Q. ARNOLDUSSEN, JANICE: Commercial Club 4 . . . BALZA, q
TOM: Intramurals 3, 4, Track Manager Q, 3, 4, Visual Aids Club
Q, 3, treasurer 4, Curling Club 2, 3, 4 . . . BARBER, BRUCE:
Pep Band Q, 4.
BARTEL, Pl-IYLLIS: Transferred from Milwaukee 4 . . .
BARTMANN, RICHARD: Art Workshop Q- Curtain
Call Production Q, Intramurals Q, 3, 4, Latin Club Q, Track 4,,
Q, 3, 4, Tumbling Q, 3, 4, Curling Club 4, if
4 Track 2 3 4 Intramurals Q 3 BATLEY
WAYNE: Intramurals 9 3 4- Tennis 3 4, Track Q
Tumbling 9 3, 4, Curling Club 3, 4 M
BARTZ, JAMES: Basketball Manager 9, 3, 4, Football 31 i I 1 i I I 4 - - - 1 I . V
I I 1-qi ,-
'I ' ' eniofzA"!
BATZLER, ELAINE: General Course . . . BENSON,
BRUCE: Badger Boys' State 3, Curtain Call Acting Q, 3,
4, Intramurals Q, 3, 4, Student Council Q, 3, sergeant-
at-arms 4, Tennis Q, 3, 4.
BERGMANN, AUDREY: Commercial Club secretary 4,
Curtain Call Production Q, 3, 4, Latin Club Q, Ouill
and Scroll 4, "Talisman" co-business manager 4 . . ,
BERTRAM, PAULINE: Art Workshop 9, Bowling Club
2, Camera Club 3, 4, Curtain Call Production 2, 3, 4,
Ouill and Scroll 4, Radio Forum Workshop 4, Spanish
Club 3, 4, "Talisman" 3, 4.
F 4 . fi, ' ,C
Q , 4 ,,gt i
s 4' I I BEST, JACK: Track 4 . . . BIEDENBENDER, Lucius omfsi
A in t ig ,, T, Q Course . . . BLUDAU, JOSEPH: General Course.
BLANKENBURG, DONNA: Curtain Call Production Q, 3, 4,
German Club 9, 3, 4, Operetta 3, Radio Forum Workshop 4,
"Talisman" 4, Ushers Club 3, secretary 4, Chorale 4. . . BLOI-IM,
WILLBNVM General Course . . . BODMER, CHARLES: Intramurals
3, 4, rac 4.
Boettcher, J. Boettcher, V
Batzler ' Benson
BOETTCI-IER, JOANNA: Cheerleader Q, 3, co-captain
4, "Clarion" Q, 3, 4, Curtain Call Production Q, 3, 4,
Latin Club Q, Orchesis Q, 3, 4, Ouill and Scroll 3, vice-
president 4, Ushers Club Q, 3, 4 , . . BOETTCI-IER,
VIRGINIA: General Course . . . BONINI, KARI: Art
Worlcshop 9, 3, 4, "Clarion" 9, 3, art editor 4, Curtain
Call Acting Q, 3, 4, Latin Club Q, Ouill and Scroll 3, 4,
Student Council Q.
BOSIN, DUANE: Visual Aids Club 2, 3,4 . .. BOUDRY,
JAMES: General Course . . . BREI-IMER, NANCY:
Commercial Club 4, Curtain Call Production Q, 3, i 4,
"Talisman" 3, Ushers Club 3, Guidance Assistant 4.
to Florida 4.
BRINKMAN, BETTY: Archery Club 3, Nature Club 3, 4, Ouill and Scroll 4, Spanish
Club Q, 3, 4, Square Dance Club Q, "Talisman" 3, 4 . . . BROWER, IONE: General
BRUCI-I, DAVID: Nature Club Q, Visual Aids Q, 3, vice-president 4 . . . BRUEGGE-
MAN, DAVID: Bowling Club Q, 3, 4, Intramurals 2, 3, 4, Nature Club Q.
BRUMM, WILLIAM: Cheerleader Q, Intramurals Q, 3. . . BUMAN,
MARLENE: Withdrawn 4 . . . BLIRDICK, DONNA: Transferred
BUNN, JANE: General Course . . . BUNN, JEAN: Bowling
K Club 2, Curtain Call Production 9, 3, 4, Intramurals 3, 4, Ouill
Bunn, Ja. Bunn, Je.
CALL, ARA: Badger Boys' State 3, Football Q, 3, 4, Intramurals
3, 4, Latin Club Q, Track 9, Curling Club 4 . . . CASPERSON,
JANICE: Bowling Club 4, Commercial Club 4, Curtain Call
Production 9, 3, 4, Library Staff 4 . . . CHAPMAN, BRUCE:
Archery Club Q, Camera Club, vice- resident 3, president 4,
"Clarion" 3, 4, Latin Club 3, Nature Cgub 2.
Cl-IAPNITSKY, ESTHER: Curtain Call Production Q, 3, 4, Latin
Club Q, 3, 4, Ouill and Scroll 3, 4, "Talisman" 2, 3, 4, Ushers
Club 9, 3, 4 . . . Cll-IAK, ROBERT: Archery Club 3, 4, German
Club 4, Nature Club 3, 4 . . . CLOSE, JACK: Badger Boys' State
3, Basketball 3, 4, Curtain Call Acting 9, 3, vice-president 4y
Latin Club 9, Radio Forum Workshop 2, 3, co-president 4, Student
Council Q, vice-president 3, president 4, "Talisman" 3, 4, Ouill
and Scroll 4,
and Scroll 4, "Talisman" Q, 3, 4, State Music Festival 2, 3, 4 . . .
BLIXTON, WILLIAM: Art Workshop Q, 3, 4, "Clarion" 3, 4,
Curtain Call Production Q, 3, Football 9, 3, 4, Intramurals Q, Pep
Band 4, Track Q, Tumbling 3, 4.
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COCI-IRANE, MICl-lAEL: Spanish Club 4 . . . COI-IEN, MARK:
Badger Boys' State 3, Camera Club 9, President 3, 4, "Clarion"
SZ, 3, Photography Editor 4, Curtain Call Acting 3, 4, Debate 4,
Latin Club Q, Operetta 3, Ouill and Scroll 3, 4, Visual Aids
Club 2, Chorale 4 . . . COLLING, BETTY: Archery Club 3,
Bowling Club 4.
COTTER, LINDA: Curtain Call Acting 2, 3, 4, Square Dance
t Club Q, 3 . . . COTTON, AUSTIN: Bowling Club 3, 4, Football
Q 9,'3, 4, Pep Band 9, 3, 4, Track 9, 3, 4, Tumbling 3, 4, Visual
' It 'KK' Aids 3, 4, Curling Club 3, 4, Basketball Q . . . COTTRELL, ROB-
- it ERT: General Course.
-i ' Crane, Ju. Cross
Davis, J. Davis, P.
Davis, R. De Decker
Cohen Col I ing
COURTOIS, JOHN: Camera Club 9, 3, 4, German Club 2,
"Talisman" 4, French Club 4. . .CRANE, JUDITH: "Clarion" Q
Circulation Manager 3, Co-sponsorship Manager 4, Curtain Call
Acting SZ, 3, 4, Latin Club Q, Art Workshop Q, 3, Ouill and Scroll
3, 4, Radio Forum Workshop 3, 4, Ushers Club 3, 4 . . . CROSS,
BETTY: Transferred from Neenah 3. K5 Y
CRANE, JAMES: Badger Boys' State 3, Curtain Call Acting 3, 4, X
Football 3, 4, Intramurals Q, 3, 4, Student Council 4, Tumbling g
Q, 3, 4, Track Q, 3, 4 . . . CROWE, PATRICK: Intramurals 3, 4, , .
4,Latin Club Q, "Talisman" 4.
mat Q, curling Club 3 . . . cureizia, COLLEEN: Aft Workshop Q r..
oc rane ' .Q
Cotter , I
Crane, Ja. 7 M Q' -
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DAVIS, JOAN: Bowling Club Qi Curtain Call Actin9 Q, 3, 4i Debate 4, Latin Club x I I '.F
9, Radio Forum Workshop 4, "Talisman 4, Intramurals 9, 3, 4 . . . DAVIS, PETER: .gi ,. M '
Badger Boys' State 3, Curtain Call Production Q, 3, vice-president 4, Debate 3, 4, ' iqgwfjii I f"4f1" ,'
Latin Club 9, 3, C0-Consul 4. '- I fgx-I
DAVIS, ROBERT: Radio Forum Workshop Q, 3, 4, "Talisman" 2, 3, Track Q . . . DE
DECKER, BEN: Badger Boys' State 3, Curtain Call Acting 52, 3, 4, Football 3, 4, Intra-
murals 9, 3, 4, Nature Club 9, Student Council 4, Tennis 3, 4, Track Q, Tumbling 3.
fbminge' ' waetiyae
4 DELFOSSE, SHIRLEY: Archery Club 3 . . . DERGA, JANET:
Bowling Club 3, Commercial Club 4 . . . Dl-lElN, ROSE-
MARY: Curtain Call Production Q, 3, Properties l-lead 4,
Latin Club 9, Operetta 3.
' J DlEl-IN, MARIE: Commercial Club 3 . . . DIETZ, RICHARD:
" A " Archery Club Q, 3, 4, Bowling Club Q, 4 . , . DIMICK,
5, i ., - ROBERT: German Club Q, 3, 4, Nature Club 4, Pep Band Q.
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.gh f ' ,A , Edge Eggert
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DITTMAR, MILDRED: Archery Club Q, Nature Club 2, '3,i 4,
S uare Dance Club 9, French Club, vice-president 4 . . . DOBER-
STEIN, CAROL: Archery Club 4, Nature Club 4, Spanish Club
3, 4, Square Dance Club 4 . . . DOHR, WlLLlAM: Badger Boys'
State 3, Curtain Call Acting 4, Football 2, 3, 4, Intramurals Q, 3, 4,
Latin Club 9, Nature Club 9, Radio Forum Workshop 3, 4, Student
Council Q, Traclc 9, 3, 4, Curling Club Q, 3, 4.
DlTTMER, MARY: Archery Club 3, Bowling Club 3, Camera
Club 4, Curtain Call Production Q, 3, 4, French Club 4, Latin
Club Q, Ouill and Scroll 4, "Talisman" 3, 4 . . . DOUGLAS,
DON: General Course . . . DOUGLASS, EDWARD: Latin Club
3, Pep Band Q, 3, 4, Student Council Q, Tumbling Q, 3, 4.
EBBEN, BEVERLY: Curtain Call Production
Q, 3, 4, "Talisman" 4. . . ECKER, BARBARA:
Commercial Club 4, Curtain Call Production
Q, 3, Ouill and Scroll 4, "Talisman" Circula-
tion Manager 4.
EDGE, MARY: "Clarion" 9, Curtain Call
Acting 9, 3, 4, Declamation 4, Library Stall
4, Spanish Club 9, 3, 4 . . . EGGERT, BAR-
WARA: Orchesis 9, 3, 4, Tumbling 2, 3, 4.
We! and bewildered. Doris and Jane! Schuh.
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EICK, HUBERT: Intramurals 4 . . . EISCH,
KAREN: Bowling Club Q, Curtain Call Acting
Q, 3, 4, Intramurals Q, 3, 4, Latin Club Q, Stu-
dent Council 3, Ushers Club 3, 4.
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,. A g ELLENBECKER, GAIL. GAA. Q, Latin Club '..:j'5..2gQj,,i,j,f,:",.f,9Q,'gis,."'
Q . . . EMMEL, HERBERT: Curtain Call Pro-
-3:-f ,U my , 1 duction Q, 3, 4, German Club Q, 3, 4, Intra-
murals Q, 3, 4, Tennis Q, 3, 4.
I, tt,,, I, K
ERDMAN, ERIC: Curtain Call Acting 4, Intramurals Q, 3, 4, Pep
Band Q, 3, 4, Radio Forum Workshop 4, Tennis Q, 3, 4, Tumbling
Q, 3 . . . ERNST, LEO: General Course . . . EWIG, MARILYN:
Curtain Call Production Q, Operetta 3, Spanish Club 3, 4.
ESBENSEN, EDITH ANN: "Clarion" Q, 3, associate editor 4
Curtain Call Acting Q, 3, 4, Debate Q, 3, 4, Declamation 3, 4
Extemporaneous Speaking 3- German Club 3, 4, Latin Club Q
Operetta 3, Ouill and Scroll 3, 4, Radio Forum Workshop Q
secretary 4, "Talisman" 3, 4, Chorale 4, State Music Festiva Q
3 . . . EVERS, VERNON JOHN: Bowling Club Q . . . FALIK
JACKIE: Art Workshop Q, Curtain Call Production Q, 3, 4
Library Stall 4, Spanish Club Q, 3, 4.
I Finger Fischer, M.
X Q, Fischer, V. Fisher
FINGER, LONN: Camera Club 3, 4, Spanish Club 3, 4,
French Club 4, Curling Club Q . . . FISCHER, MARGIE:
Art Workshop Q, Commercial Club, treasurer 4, "TaIisman'
4 . . . FISCHER, RONALD: Intramurals 3, 4.
FISCHER, VERNA: German Club Q . . . FISHER, THOMAS:
Bowling Club Q, 3, 4, Curling Club Q . . . FLIEGEL,
ROCKLIND: General Course.
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Foth Fowler, Jn.
Fowler, Jy. Fraser, N.
Fraser, S. Freiberg
GENAL ELEANOR: General Course
Visual Aids Club Q, 3, 4, priming Club A I Giesom, Joyce:
Bowling Club Q.
GINNOW, DARLA: General Course . . . GLAWE, THOMAS:
General Course . . . GOERL, RALPH: General Course. 4
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FOTH, DARREL: Nature Club 2 . . .
FOWLER, JUDSON: Bowling Club 4.
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FOWLER, JUDY: G.A.A. 4, Pep Band 4 '
. . . FRASER, NANCY: Archery Club 3,
Bowling Club 4, Nature Club Q, 3,
Square Dance Club 3, "Talisman-" 4.
See-saw, anyone? Massey and King
perform during intermission.
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FRASER, SALLY: Art Workshop 3,-president 4, Curtain Call Act- 1
ing Q, 3, 4, Pep Band 9, 3, Secretary 4, Radio Forum Workshop
3, 4 . . . FREIBERG, PHILIP: Bowling Club Q, 3, 4, lntramurals
9, 3, 4, Spanish Club 4, Tennis Q, 4 . . . GAST, JOAN: General I .s
FRIEDERS, MARY: Archery Club Q, Commercial Club 4, G.A.A.
Q, 3, 4, Square Dance Club Q, "Talisman" 3, co-business Manager
4 . . . GANZEN, CAROL: Art Workshop 4, Bowling Club 3, 4,
Curtain Call Production Q, 3, 4, Nature Club 4. . . GEHRMANN,
JANET: Bowling Club 9, Curtain Call Production SZ, 3, 4, "Talis-
man" 9, 4, State Music Festival Q, 3, 4.
GIBBONS JACK: V
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GREGORIUS, KENT: Spanish Club 3, 4 . . . GRESENZ, JEROME:
lntramurals Q, Visual Aids 2, 3, 4 . . . GRESL, SHIRLEY: Archery
Club 3, Bowling Club 9, 4, G.A.A. 3.
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- if' lit "i'i ' ' GRIESBACH, NANCY: Bowling Club Q, Curtain Call Production
Q, 3, 4, Square Dance Club 2, Tumbling Q . . . HALVERSON,
ARDIS: General Course . . . HALVERSON, MARY: Archery
Club 4, Bowling Club 3, Camera Club 3, Secretary 4, Curtain
f ' ,A Viiu ,rgr R
Q ' ' f Call Acting 3, 4, Declamation 4, Library Staff 4, Operetta 3, Ouill
L , and Scroll 4, Student Council 4, "Talisman" 3, 4, Chorale 4.
Harriman Hartzheim, B.
Hartzheim, K. Hatch
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A Heid Heimermann
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Gresenz Gresl -
Halverson, A. Halverson, M.
HAMEISTER, HELEN: Archery Club 3, Art Workshop 3 . . . I
HARRIMAN, JOHN: Badger Boys' State 3, Camera Club 9, 3, 4,
Curtain Call Production 9, vice-president 3, president 4, Debate
Q, 3, 4, Extemporaneous Speaking Q, 3, German Club Q, vice-
president 3, 4, Oratory Q, 3, 4, Radio Forum Workshop 2, 3, treas- -
urer 4, Spector Award Q, Student Council Q, sergeant-at-arms
3, vice-president 4 . . . HARTZHEIM, BARBARA: G.A.A. Q, 3,
4, Spanish Club Q, 3, 4.
HAMILTON, RICHARD: Curtain Call Acting Q, 3, 4, Debate
I , Q, 3, 4, Extemporaneous Speaking 3, Latin Club Q, Operetta 3,
' . ' Oratory 4, Ouill and Scroll 3, 4, Radio Forum Workshop 9, 3, 4,
Spanish Club 3, 4, "Talisman" Q, 3, co-editor 4, State Music
, ii 4 Festival Q, 3, 4, Chorale 4 . . . HARTZHEIM, KATHLEEN: ge,
. ji 1, Archery Club Q, 3, Nature Club Q, 3 . . . HATCH, DIANE: W
l ' tri A ,,g-fi. Archery Club Q, 3, Camera Club Q, 3, G.A.A. Q, Latin Club Q,
,,.V'l'fag-Q Nature Club Q, 3, 4, Square Dance Club 9, 3.
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HALISER, LOIS: Tumbling Club Q . .
HECKEL, MARY: General Course.
HEID, BARBARA: Bowling Club 3, 4, Cur-
tain Call Production Q, 3, 4, G.A.A. 2 . . .
HEIMERMANN, JOYCE: Commercial Club
4, Library Staff 4, "Talisman" co-circulation
Manager 4, Ouill and Scroll 4.
Tom Hinton and Jack Best examine P692 37
the bulletin board.
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HElMMERMANN, EUNICE: Latin Club SZ, 3, Junior
Academy of Science 9 . . . HELLER, BARBARA: Bowling
Club 3, 4 . . . HEUER, CHRISTINE: Archery Club 3, 4,
Nature Club 2, 3, 4, Square Dance Club 9.
HILL, MARILYN: Curtain Call Production Q, 3, 4, French
' Club 4, Latin Club Q . . . HINZMAN, MARVIN, Basket-
ball Q, Bowling Club Q, Curling Club Q, Football 9, 3, 4,
Track S2 . . . HOFACKER, RICHARD: General Course.
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. HOFFMAN, Rudolph: Football 2, 3, German Club Q, Traclc Q, G
X' 3, Tumbling Club 9, 3, 4 . . . HOLLAND, JANICE: Archery
Club 3, Camera Club Q, 3, Commercial Club 4, G.A.A. 2, 3,
, Latin Club Q, Radio Forum Workshop 4, State Music Festival 2,
"Talisman" 9, 3, 4 . . . HOLLANDER, GRETCHEN: Art Work-
shop 3, 4, Curtain Call Production 2, 3, 4, Latin Club Q, Spanish
-- Club 3, 4, "Talisman" SZ, 3, 4, Ouill and Scroll 4.
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0 HOLCOMB, CLIFFORD: Bowling Club Q, Student Council 2 . . .
t , ' HOOYMAN, ELAYNE: Curtain Call Production 2, 3, 4, lntra- Q
7 murals 4, "Talisman" 4, Ushers Club 3, 4 . . . HOOYMAN,
' ERVAN: General Course.
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HOPFENSPERGER, DONNA: Bowlin Club 3
State Music Festival 2 . . . HOSSTETTLER
FAYE: Archery Club 3, "Talisman" 4.
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HOWARD, ROSEMARIE: Archery Club 3, 3 ' ' ' I
Bowling Club 9 . , . HUVEN, JAMES: 255' ,V ,
General Course. A is, Kaezor, Kunitz, and Miller prepare for I .
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JENNEMAN, Sl-IIRLEY: Curtain Call Acting Q,
3, 4, Intramurals Q, 3, 4. . . JENTZ, SANDRA:
Camera Club 3, Curtain Call Production Q,
Intramurals Q, 3, 4, Radio Forum Workshop 3, 4
Student Council 2, State Music Festival 3, 4.
JOBE, BOB: Transferred from Rochelle, Ill. 3
Basketball 3, 4, Football 3, 4, Spanish Club 3, 4,
Student Council 3, 4, Track 3 . . .JOHNSON
JOYCE: Transferred from Kaukauna 3.
JORGENSON, BARBARA: Archery Club 9 . . . JUNGERS,
Miss Wolf and Jack Close chat with new
students, Virginia Turzinski and Dick Betti.
ROBERT: Archery Club Q, Bowling Club 9, 3, Football Q, 3, 4,
Intramurals 9, 3, 4, Student Council 52, Track SZ, 3. . . KAPHINGST,
FRED: Library Stall 4, Spanish Club 2, 3, 4, Visual Aids Club 3, 4.
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KAEZOR, ELAINE: Archery Club Q, Bowling Club Q, 3, G.A.A. I .
9 . . . KAMKES, HOWARD: General Course . . . KASTEN, I
ROBERT: Bowling Club Q, 3, 4, German Club 3, Intramurals 9, 3,
Tennis 2, 3, 4.
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Jobe Johnson .mi 1
Jorgenson Jungers 1 L l
Kaezor Kamkes T:
KAUTI-I, LOIS: Bowling Club 9 . . . KEATING, BARBARA:
"Clarion" 3, associate editor 4, Intramurals 9, 3, 4, Latin 5 '
Club 9, 3, secretary 4, Ouill and Scroll 4, Student Council ,
3, 4 . . . KERRIGAN, JAMES: Bowling Club 4, visual
Aids Club Q.
KEXEL, BARBARA: Camera Club 2, 3, 4, Spanish Club 9,
3, 4, "Talisman" 4 . . . KICKLAND, DOUGLAS: Archery
Club 3, 4. . . KIEL, JACK: Football 4, Intramurals 2, 3, 4,
Track Q, 4, Curling Club 4.
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KING, GERALD: Track Q, 3, 4, Tumbling Q,
3, 4 . . , KING, JUDY: Curtain Call Produc
tion Q, 3, 4, Latin Club Q, Nature Club Q, 3, 4.
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L Commercial Club 4, Intramurals Q . , . KLAP
PER, LOIS: General Course.
KLIPPNESS, MARGARET: Art Workshop 4, Bowling Club Q, 3,
4, "Talisman" 4 . . . KLLIGE, ANN: Bowling Club 3, 4, "Clarion"
3, Commercial Club 4. . . KNOSTENBERG, MARA: Archery Club
4, Art Workshop 4, Camera Club 4, Nature Club 4.
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KNEIP, MARY: Archery Club Q, 3, Art Workshop Q, treasurer 3,
Commercial Club, vice-president 4, G.A.A. Q, 3 . . . KNOKE,
LEA: Curtain Call Acting Q, 3, 4, Spanish Club Q, 3, 4, "Talis-
man" Q, 3. . . KOESTLER, PAULINE: Archery Club Q, 3, Bowling
Club Q, G.A.A. 3, 4.
A Krabbe Kranzusch
King, G. King, J.
Kneip Knoke QQ S'
KOHL, SHIRLEY: Tumbling Club Q. . . KONESNIK, MARIANN:
Bowling Club 3. . . KOSITZKILRONALD: Bowling Club Q, 3, 4, "'3'
Intramurals Q, 3, 4, Square Dance Club Q, 3.
KRABBE, RALPH: Basketball Q, 3, 4, Intramurals Q, 3, 4, Student
Council 4, Tennis Q, 4... KRANZUSCH, RICHARD: Chorale 4. .
.KRAUSE, DAVID, Intramurals Q, 3, 4, Latin Club 3, Tennis 3, 4,
Track Q, Curling Club Q, 3, 4.
.2 KINNARD, PATRICIA: Aft Workshop Q, 3, Swshifw gm':fgiII1I'j:2'1 C-VMS
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KREJCI-IA, LAWRENCE: General Course . . . KRIECK, NANCY:
"Clarion" Q, 3, 4, Intramurals 2, 3, 4, Orchesis 3, 4, Pep Band
2, 3, 4, Radio Forum Workshop 3, 4, Student Council 3, Ushers
Club Q, 3, 4, Latin Club 9 . . . KROLL, GERALD: Bowling Club
Q, 3, 4.
KRONBERG, NED: Bowling Club Q, 3, 4, Visual Aids Club SZ, 3
. . . KRUEGER, DORIS: Transferred from Freedom 3 . . . KRLIGER,
FAITH: Bowling Club 2, Camera Club 3, Curtain Call Production
9, 3, 4, German Club 9, 3, 4, Intramurals Q, 3, 4, "Talisman" 4.
Laehn La Rose
La Violette Lemke
Lemmens Le Moine
Krueger, D. Krueger, F.
KUFNER, BARBARA: Bowling Club Q, 3, Latin Club 2, "Talis-
man" Q . . . LAEI-IN, DIANE: Commercial Club 4, Curtain Call
Production Q . . . LA ROSE, ROBERT: Bowling Club 3, 4, Track
gi Tgimbling 9, Visual Aids Club 9, 3, 4, French Club 4, Curling
u 3, 4.
LAEDTKE, DON: Archery Club Q, Tumbling Club Q . . . LA
VIOLETTE, I-IELEN: Art Workshop 4, Curtain Call Production
Q, 3, 4, G.A.A. Q, 3, Intramurals Q, 3, 4, Orchesis Q, 3, 4, Tum-
bling Q, 3, 4 . . . LEMKE, SANDRA: Curtain Call Acting 3, 4,
Curtain Call Production Q, Extemporaneous Speakin 9, Intra-
murals Q, 3, 4, Latin Club 9, secretary 3, co-consul 4, Operetta 3,
Oratory 3, Ouill and Scroll 3, 4, Radio Forum Workshop 2, 3,
co-president 4, "Talisman" Q, 3, co-editor 4, Ushers Club Q, 3,
vice-president 4, Chorale 4.
LEMMENS, GERALD: Intramurals Q, 3, 4... LE MOINE,
BEATRICE, Art Workshop Q, vice-president 3, secre-
tary-treasurer 4, G.A.A. Q, 3, 4, Intramurals Q, 3, 4.
LEWIS ROBERT Camera Club Q
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MC GINNIS, JAMES: lntramurals 2, 3, 4, Football 2 . .
MAGOON, ROGER: Football 2, 3, Intramurals 2, 3, 4, Tennis
2, 3 . . . MASSEY, ROY: Debate Q, 3, 4, Spanish Club Q, 3, 4,
Tumbling 9, 3, 4, Chorale 4 . . . MAVES, RUTI'-l: Art Workshop
4, Curtain Call Production Q, 3, 4, Spanish Club Q, 3, 4.
MAROUARDT, LORITA: Archery Club 3, 4, Camera Club 4,
Curtain Call Production Q, 3, 4, Intramurals 3, 4, Library Stall 4,
"Talisman" 4 . . . MC BAIN, JANET: "Clarion" Q, 3, 4, Curtain
Call Production Q, 3, 4, Latin Club Q, Library Stall 4, Quill
and Scroll 3, secretary 4, Student Council Q, 3 . . . MC CANN,
MARLENE: Art Workshop 4, "Talisman" 4.
LlESCl-l, PAT: General Course . . . LORENZ, DON: Badger
Boys' State 3, Bowling Club 9, president 3, "Clarion" 3,
Curtain Call Acting 9, 3, president 4, Latin Club 9, 3,
Student Council Q, Tennis Q, 3, 4, Junior Academy of Science
Q, Basketball 9 . . . LUEBKE, NORBERT: Square Dance Club
4, Visual Aids Club 3, 4.
LUTZ, SANDRA: Bowling Club 3, 4 . . . MAAHS, JIM:
Football 9, 3, 4, Basketball 2, 3, 4 . . . MACKESY, JAMES:
Curtain Call Production 9, Visual Aids Club'Q, treasurer 3,
Mc Bain McCann
Mc Ginnis Mc Kahan
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MC KAHAN, JAMIE: Art Workshop 9, 3, Curtain Call
Acting 2, 3, 4, Curtain Call Production 2, Intramurals 9, 3, 4,
Latin Club 2, Operetta 3, Quill and Scroll 4, "Talisman" 3,
4, French Club president 4.
MElSLE, WlLLlAM: "Clarion" 3, Curtain Call Acting 2, 3,
4, Declamation 3, 4, Latin Club 2- Pep Band 9, 3, 4, Radio
Forum Workshop Q, 3, 4, Spanish Club 3, president 4, "Talis-
man" 4, State Music Festival 3, 4 . . . MEYER, ROBERTA:
Art Workshop Q, 3, 4, Latin Club 3, Nature Club 4, "Talis-
4, i 'i '
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MILLER, MARJORIE: General Course . . . MILLER, MARY
LEE: Curtain Call Production 3, 4, Latin Club Q, 3, Oratory - 1-1.
4, Pep Band Q, 3, 4, Radio Forum Workshop 9, 3, 4. Q
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MILLER, NANCY C.: Art Workshop 3, 4, Curtain Call Act-
ing Q, 3, 4, Curtain Call Production Q, Declamatory 4, Latin
Club Q, Student Council 4, "Talisman" 4 . . . MILLER,
NANCY JO: Art Workshop Q, 3, Curtain Call Production
9' 3' Nagreen, S.
Spanish Club 3, 4, "Talisman" 3, 4 . . . MUELLER, GUILFORD:
Transferred from Seymour 3 . . . NAGREEN, SHILA: German
Club Q, 3, 4, Quill and Scroll 4, "Talisman" 3, 4, French Club 4.
MULLEN, MARGARET: Camera Club 9, "Clarion" 3, 4, Curtain
Call Production 2, 3, 4- Latin Club 2, 3, 4, Radio Forum Work-
shop 3 4 . . . NAGREEN, ROCHELLE: Curtain Call Production
2, 3, Operetta 3, Spanish Club 2, 3 . . . NIELAND, KENNETI-l:
Bowling Club 3, 4, Square Dance Club Q, 3, 4.
Nohr Nowak, L.
Miller, M. Miller, M. L.
Miller, N. C. Miller, N. J.
Mullen Nagreen, R.
NOI-IR, NANCY: Bowling Club 9, 3 . . . NOWAK, LOIS:
Camera Club 3, 4, "Clarion" 3, 4- Latin Club 9, Quill and
semi: 4, "Talisman" Q, ushers ciui, Q, 3, 4 . . . NOWAK,
MARILYN:-Archery Club 3, Commercial Club 4, Square
Dance Club 9, "Talisman" 9, 4, Ushers Club Q, 3, 4, Guid- '
ance Assistant 4.
MISSLING, MARLENE: Bowling Club 2, Quill and Scroll 4,
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NYMOEN,MARY ANN: Bowling Club2, 3, 4... O'BRIAN,
BARBARA: Art Workshop Q, 3, 4, "Clarion" Q, 3, 4, Latin --'- '
Club Q, Student Council 2, 4, Ushers Club 3, 4 . . . OG-
GARD, PETER: Track 9, 3.
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Re fzaw we an
man" 3, 4 . . . PARK, CLYDE: Camera Club 3, treasurer 4.
fo L . Pt PARKER, SANDRA: Art Workshop 3, 4, Curtain Call Production Q .
EVELYN: Operetta 3, Square Dance Club Q, State Music Festival Q,
PEOTTER, ANN: Curtain Call Acting Q, 3, 4, Declamation 3, 4,
Radio Forum Workshop 3, 4, Spanish Club SZ, 3, 4, "Talisman"
Q, 3, 4, Ushers Club Q, 3, 4 . . . PERSCHBACHER, JEAN: Cur-
tain Call Production 9, 3, 4, Latin Club 9, Ouill and Scroll 3, 4,
Spanish Club 3, 4, "Talisman" Q, 3, 4, Ushers Club SZ, 3, 4 . . .
PIETTE, CARL: Basketball SZ, Football Q, 3, Intramurals 9, 3, 4,
Track Q, 3, 4, Tumbling 2, 3, 4.
PERSONS, DONALD: Entered from Janesville 4 . . . PETERS,
MARY: Curtain Call Production Q, 3, 4, Latin Club Q, Operetta
3, Ushers Club 3, 4, State Music Festival 3, Chorale 4. . .PIETTE,
RICHARD, Football Q, 3, 4, Intramurals 9, 3, 4, Nature Club 2,
Track Q, 3, 4,
Pommerenke Popp, D.
OLSON, RAMONA: Curtain Call Acting 3, 4, Curtain Call Production Q, Debate Q,
Intramurals Q, 3, 4, Latin Club Q, Orchesis Q, 3, president 4, Ouill and Scroll 4, "Talis-
4, Chorale 4.
POMMERENKE, MARY: General Course . . . POPP, DONNA:
General Course . . . POPP, NORBERT: General Course.
POPPE, KENNETH: Bowling Club 9, 3, Camera Club 2 . .
POSTLER, LOUISE: Archery Club 9, Bowling Club 3, 4 . .
PRASHER, JAMES: Student Council 2, 3.
aight ' 2
PRASHER, SUE: Bowling Club Q, Commercial Club 3, president
4, Intramurals Q, 3, 4, Latin Club Q . . . RRIEBE, CAROL: General
Course.. . PRIEBE, KEN: Football SZ, 3, Intramurals Q, 3, 4, Basket-
4 'Q 1 U5
49. pt ball 9.
PUSCI-l, DONALD: Curtain Call Production Q, 3, 4 . . . RAMMER,
MARLENE: Cheerleader 9, 3, co-captain 4, "Clarion" Q, sub-
scription manager 3, business manager 4, Curtain Call Produc-
tion Q, 3, 4, Ouill and Scroll 3, treasurer 4 . . . RASMUSSEN,
JOANNE: General Course.
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, Rammer Rasmussen tiii ' rir if
1 If F REETZ, JAMES: Football Q, 3, 4, Intramurals Q, 3, 4 . . . REINKE, it 4 P j
, i JEAN: General Course . . . RIMPLE, JOAN: Art Workshop Q, 3, -
f' J' Commercial Club 4.
REl-IFELDT, CAROL: lntramurals Q, 3, 4, Orchesis 3, 4. . .ROEH
JANE: Art Workshop 3, vice-president 4, Curtain Call Produc-
tion Q, 3, make-up head 4, Intramurals 9, 3, 4, Latin Club 9, 3, 4,
Library Staff 4, "Talisman" 4 . . . ROGERS, HOWARD: Nature
Club 9, Ushers Club 2, French Club treasurer 4.
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ROOT, MARY: Badger Girls' State 3, "Clarion" 9, associate editor 3, editor-in-chief W
4, Curtain Call Acting 9, 3, 4, Declamation 3, 4, Intramurals Q, 3, 4, Orchesis Q, 3, -it Q I
vice-president 4, Ouill and Scroll 3, president 4, Radio Forum Workshop 3, Student lt
Council 9, 3, secretary-treasurer 4, Ushers Club SZ, secretary 3, president 4, State
Music Festival Q, Flag Raiser 4 . . . ROSENBERG, BARBARA: Archery Club Q, Bowl- A,
ing Club 3, "Clarion" 3, 4, Declamation 4, Operetta 3, Chorale 4. A
RUDLOFF, HELEN: Archery Club 3, 4. . . RUETER, WILBERT: Curtain Call Production
9, 3, lighting head 4, Latin Club Q.
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RUGLAND, WALTER: Badger Boys, State 3, Curtain Call
Acting 3, 4, Football Manager 9, 3, 4, Latin Club Q, Radio
Forum Workshop 4, "Talisman" 4, Track Manager 3, 4, Curl-
ing Club 3, 4 . . . RUSCHER, KATHLEEN: Square Dance
glut: Q . . . RUSSELL, JANICE: G.A.A. Q, 3, Square Dance
SAlBERLlCl-l, JOAN: Art Workshop 52, 3, 4, Curtain Call
Production SZ, design head 3 and 4, Pep Band Q, 3, 4, "Talis-
man" 4, State Music Festival 3, Camera Club 4 . . . SALEN-
TINE, JUDY: G.A.A. 9, Square Dance Club Q, Ushers Club
Q, 3, 4 . . . SALZMAN, JAMES: Archery Club 4, Camera
Club Q, 3, Intramurals 9, 3, Nature Club Q, Square Dance Club
9, 3, 4, Visual Aids Club 2, 3.
SCHEDCIK, JOHN: Cheerleader 9 . . . SCHLAFKE, SANDRA
Camera Club Q, 3, vice-president 4, Curtain Call Production Q, 3
secretary 4, Latin Club 9, Nature Club Q, vice-president 3
president 4, Pep Band 3, vice-president 4 . . . SCI-ILEITWILER
NANCY: Latin Club 2.
' T "Clarion" Q, 3, 4, Curtain Call Acting 9, 3, 4, Latin Club Q,
Radio Forum Workshop 3, 4, Spanish Club 3, 4, "Talisman" 4,
Chorale 4 . . . SCHLUDE, DONALD: Bowling Club 3, Pep
Band 3, 4, Square Dance Club 4.
SCHINKE, MARVIN: Archery Club Q . . . SCHLOSS, ROBERT:
Schroeder, B. Schroeder, P.
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SCHNESE, JEROME: Tumbling Club 4. . . SCHRAGE,
EDWARD: Badger Boys' State 3, Intramurals Q, 3, 4,
Nature Club 9, 3, Curling Club Q, 3, 4.
SCHROEDER, BETTY: Commercial Club 4, Nature
Club 3, 4 . . . SCHROEDER, Pl'-lYLLlS: Archery
Mmm, looks good!
Nymoen, Seton, and Boettcher.
SCI-IROEDER, VALARIE: Art Workshop Q,
3, 4, Curtain Call Production Q, Pep Band 2
. . . SCI-IUELKE, DON: General Course.
SCI-IUETTER, ANNE: Camera Club Q, "Clar-
German Club 3, secretary 4, Latin Club Q,
Library Stall 4, Chorale 4 . . . SCI-IUI-l,
DAVID: Pep Band 2, 3, 4.
SCI-lUl-I, DORIS: Commercial Club 4. . . SCI-IULDES, RICHARD:
General Course . . . SCI-IULZ, JEAN: Curtain Call Acting 3, 4,
Curtain Call Production SZ, 3, 4, Latin Club 2, 3, 4, Library Stall
4, Quill and Scroll 4, "Talisman" 3, 4.
SCHULTZ, JEROME: Bowling Club Q, Curtain Call Production
2, Intramurals Q . . . SCI-IULTZ, JOYCE: Bowling Club Q, 3, 4,
Ushers Club 3 . . . SCHWAHN, ALLEN: Track 3, 4.
He went "that-a-way!"
IODU 3, 4, Cuftdin PfOduCllOl'1 Q, 3, 4, Migglg, Egbgnggnl gnd Cohen
Schroeder, V. Schuelke
Schuetter Schuh, Da.
Schuh, Do. Schuldes
SCHWEBS, KAREN: Art Workshop Q, "Clarion" 3, 4,
Latin Club Q, Orchesis 3, 4,Student Council Q, Ushers Club
3, 4 . . , SCI-IWENDLER, CARL: Badger Boys' State 3, Foot-
ball Q, 3, 4, Intramurals 2, 3, Library Stall 4, Student Council
3, 4, Track 9, 3, 4, Basketball Q, Tumbling Club 3, Curling
Club 3, Flag Raiser 4 . . . SEEHAWER, SUSIE: Archery Club
4, Latin Club 9, Library Stall 4.
SEGGELINK, PATRICIA: G.A.A. Q . . . SEIDLER, Pl-IYLLIS:
Curtain Call Production Q, 3 . . . SETON, LEANNA: Bowl- i
ing Club Q, 3, 4. r
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SETON, ROBERT: Bowling Club Q . . .
SHORTT, ROBERTA: Art Workshop Q,Com-
mercial Club 4, Curtain Call Production Q, 3.
Working hard for that big day.
SIGMAN, ROBERT: Bowling Club Q, n ,nd W, ne Bula -
Camera Club Q, Debate Q, Oratory 4 . . . Don Lore 1 Y Y
SIMON, PATRICIA: Archery Club 4,
4, Bowling Club 3, 4.
SLEZAK, CHARLENE: Bowling Club Q, 3, Camera Club 3,
"Clarion" 3, Commercial Club 4, Curtain Call Production Q, 3,
'Talisman" 3, 4 . . . SMITH, CLIFFORD: Intramurals Q, 3, 4 . . .
SMITH, SUSAN: Archery Club 3, 4, German Club Q, 3, 4,
Square Dance Club 3.
SMITH, DONALD: Camera Club 4, Curtain Call Production Q. .. . TT .
- SMITH, ROBERT: Curtain Call Production Q, 3, 4, Intramurals Q, 3, Q - -
4, Spanish Club Q, Curling Club Q . . . SMLIDDE, LEO: lntra- - I,
murals Q, 3, 4, Square Dance Club 3. ' 'M'
Sonkowsky Spears ., 13"
Staidl Stark i '
Seton, R. Shortt
Slezak Smith, C.
Smith, D. Smith, R. '
SONKOWSKY, DONALD: Basketball Q, 3, Intramurals Q, 3, 4,
Track Q, Football Q . . . SPEARS, JOHN: General Course . . .
STAEDT, RICHARD: Bowling Club 4, Intramurals Q, 3, Square
Dance Club 4, Football Q.
STAIDL, GEORGE: Football Q, 3, 4, Track Q, 3, Visual Aids Q, 3,
4 . . . STARK, MARIANNE: Art Workshop Q, Orchesis 3, 4,
Spanish Club 3, 4 . , . STEEGE, JO ANNE: "Clarion" 3, sub-
scription manager 4, Curtain Call Production Q, Latin Club Q, 3,
Ouill and Scroll 4, "Talisman" 3.
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STEEN, DlANNE: "Clarion" 3, circulation manager 4, Latin
Club 3, Ouill and Scroll 4, "Talisman" 3 . . . STEFFEN, ROBERT:
German Club 3, 4, Square Dance Club 3, 4 . . . STEFFENS,
ELMER: Intramurals Q, 3, 4.
STElNBERG, RICHARD: Basketball Q, Student Council Q, 3, 4 . . .
STEINBERG, SUZANNE: "Clarion" 3, 4, Curtain Call Production
Q, 3, 4, Latin Club Q, Radio Forum Q, 3, 4 . . . STEINWEDEL,
ROBERT: Baslcetball 3, 4, Library Staff 4, Radio Forum 4, Traclc 3.
, Thomas Thorson
Steinberg, S. Steinwedel
STERLING, THOMAS: German Club 9, 3, 4, Football Q . . .
Q, STOEGBAUER, LOIS: Archery Club Q, Bowling Club Q, 3, cam- W
mercial Club 4, State Music Festival 2 . . . STOFFEL, CAROL '
Bowling Club 3, 4, State Music Festival Q. '
. STEVENSON, DONALD: Bowling Club 3, Operetta 3, Tumbling
Q , Q, 3, chafdie 4 . . . swoveia, RUSSELL: Entered from sf, Law.
JR rence Seminary, Mt. Calvary, Wisconsin 4 . . . SWAN, KAY:
X Library Stail 4, Nature Club 3, 4.
TAUBEL, DARRELL: Football Q . . . TEWS,
RICHARD: General Course,
THOMAS, EDWARD: German Club Q, 3,
4, Nature Club 4, Tumbling 3, 4. . .THOR-
SON, TERRY: Badger Boys' State 3, Baslcet-
ball Q, Football Q, German Club Q, 3,
president 4, Intramurals Q, 3, 4, Traclc Q,
Visual Aids Q, secretary 3, co-president 4.
Make it beautiful, girls. Rage 49
Stark, Schwebs, Krieck, and Rehfeldt.
ULRICI-I, Sl-IIRLEY: General Course . . . VANDER LINDEN,
BETTY: Commercial Club 4 . . . VANDERLOOP, JOANE: Com-
mercial Club 4, Curtain Call Acting 9, 3, 4,
VANDER I-IEIDEN, ROSE: Bowling Club 9, 3. . .VAN LYSSEL,
JOANMARIEQ "Clarion" 3, Co-sponsorship manager 4, Intra-
murals Q, 3, Latin Club Q, 3 . . . VAN OOYEN, WILLIAM:
VAN ROOY, DAVID: Operetta 3 . , . VAN
ROOY, Tl-IOMAS: General Course.
VAN RYZIN, SUZANNE: Bowling Club 2, 3, 4
Latin Club.Q, 3 . . .VAN RYZIN, DAVID: Bowl-
ing Club Q, 3,
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GARET: General Course.
Tl-IYSSEN, JOAN: Square Dance Club Q, 4 . . . Tl-IYSSEN,
JOI-IN: Intramurals 3 . . . TIMM, ROBERT: General Course.
TORNOW, MARY ANN: Bowling Club 3, 4. . . TOTTEN,
RAY: Intramurals Q, 3, 4, Tumbling Q . . . LILRICI-I, MAR-
Van Rooy, D.
Van Ryzin, D,
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VAN SCHVNDEL, RUTH: Latin Club Q,
"Talisman" Q, 3 . . . VELIE, DAVID: Gen
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VERKUILEN, JAMES: Camera Club Q,
Tennis Q . . . WADSWORTH, THOMAS:
Badger Boys' State 3, Basketball Q, 3, 4,
Latin Club Q, Operetta 3, Student Council P
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arents "go to school night."
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WISNESKI, THOMAS: Intramurals 9, 3 . . . WOLDT,
ARLENE: General Course . . . WOLK, JOYCE: Commercial
Club 4, Square Dance Club Q, 3.
WORDEN, LOIS: French Club 4 . . . WREN, MADGE:
General Course . . . WUNDERLICH, RUTH: Bowling Club 3,
Commercial Club 4.
Q, sergeant-at-arms 3, Chorale 4. Wilson
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WAGNER, NANCY: Bowling Club 3, Chorale 4. . . WELSON, - K
CATHERINE: Bowling Club 4. . . WILSON, JERELYN: Curtain
Call Production Q, 3, 4, Intramurals 3, 4, Operetta 3.
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WEST, ALLEN: Basketball Q, 3, 4, Football 2, 3, German Club 3, -" -.ir
Intramurals 9, 4, Track 3 . . . WIGGINS, PATRICIA: Intramurals " '
Q, "Talisman" 4 . . . WINKLER, WILLIAM: Intramurals 3, 4, i ' J'
Nature Club Q, Operetta 3, Tumbling Club 4, Chorale 4. M
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WYMAN, JOAN: General Course . . . ZANZIG,
MARY: Curtain Call Acting 3, treasurer 4, Curtain Call ,
Production 9, 3, 4, G.A.A. 2, Operetta 3, Student
Council 4, "Talisman" 4, Ushers 3, 4.
ZIEGERT, BOB: Visual Aids Q, Chorale 4 . . .
ZIMMERMAN, LOIS: Curtain Call Acting 3, 4,
Library Stall 4, Ouill and Scroll 4, Spanish Club Q,
"Talisman" 3, 4, Music Festival 9.
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K I ZWERG, CHARLES: Badger Boys' State 3, Curtain Call Production 9, Intra-
,' " I murals 3, 4, Latin Club Q, 3, Library Stall 4, Student Council 3, Track 3, 4, Curl-
! 3' ing Club 4.
BAILEY, RALPH: General Course.
BETTI, RICHARD: Transferred from Riverside,
BLAHNIK, DAVID: General Course.
DAVIDSON, RONALD: General Course
EBBEN, RONALD: Intramurals 3, 4.
FISCHER, JEAN: Commercial Club 4.
HINTON, THOMAS: Transferred from Wayland Academy 4.
HOLCOMB, NEVA: General Course.
KAPPELL, SHIRLEY: Art Workshop 9, 4.
KOHL, JAMES: General Course.
KOSITZKE, SLIZANNE: German Club 3, 4.
KRAUSE, CLARENCE: Archery Club 4.
KRAUSE, LLEWELLYN: General Course.
LAKE, RAY: Football 2, 3, 4, Student Council 2, Track 9.
MADER, RICHARD: Basketball 4.
MILLER, CHARLES: General Course.
MITTELSTEADT, ROBERT: General Course.
Illinois 4. MLIENICH, ANDREW: Transferred from Menominee 4.
PETERS, PHIL: Football 2, 3, 4, Operetta 3, Track 9, 3, co-captain
ROEHL, JANICE: Square Dance Club 2.
RUBSAM, RONALD: Transferred from St. Mary's, Menasha 4.
ST. LOUIS, LE ROY: General Course.
SCHIEFELBEIN, TERRANCE: Transferred from Hilbert 4.
SCHULTZ, RICHARD: Bowling Club 9, 3.
SIMON, ROBERT: General Course.
SPAFFORD, SANDRA: Commercial Club 4.
SPRISTER, ROBERT, Football Q.
VYSE, ART: Basketball Q, 4.
WARNER, RICHARD: General Course.
WELCH, ALFRED: Transferred from Kaukauna 4.
WENZLAFF, ROGER: General Course,
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SEATED: Becker, Briese, Schwebs, Ka., Rosenberg.
STANDING: Saiberlich, M., Miller, Car., Blank, Selig.
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SEATED: Keating, Bonini, Root, M. Mrs. Sullivan.
STANDING: Polislcy, Nowak, L., gsbensen, O'Brian, Cohen.
Dances, parties, classes, plays and or-
ganizations are among the year's hap-
penings brought to you with pictures
and stories bythe Clarion EditoriaIStaIf.
The Monday night meetings included
workshops and explanations by the
stall editors. In addition to the regular
meetings, the stall spent long hours
trying to meet its deadlines. Qne of the
high-lights of the year was the social
gathering of the editorial and business
stalls at the Christmas Party.
Students are admitted to the staff on
the basis of fall tryouts in which they are
asked to submit stories, captions and
letters of application. The entries are
judged by the associate editors.
This year's editor was Mary Root.
Associate editors were, events, Edith
Esbenson, classes, Barbara Keating, or-
ganizations, Judy polislcyf photography,
Marlc Cohen, and art, Kari Bonini, with
Lois Novvals and Bonnie 0'Brian, in
charge ol index and faculty respectively.
Faculty advisers were Mrs. Caroline
Sullivan and Mrs. Jean Pooler.
SEATED: Fielkow, McGraw, Gilbert, Cary.
STANDING: I2'ley, Buxton, Bloch, Call, D., Warner, M., Miellce, B.
We mean Luiinedet.
HI'Iave you checked on that ad?',
and "Who has turned in the most spon-
sorships?" are questions familiar to
anyone on the Clarion Business Staff.
Room Q19 was the scene ol much sixth
hour activity when the co-sponsorship
managers Judy Crane and Joan Van
Lyssel, who assigned solicitations, con-
ducted meetings and recorded spon-
sorships, met with the other managers
to checl4 the progress of the various
stalls. Marlene Rammer, business mana-
ger, I4ept a record ol business trans-
actions, Jo Anne Steege, subscription
manager, tooI4 subscriptions from teach-
ers and students not in the activities
plan and supervised the distribution of
the boole, vvhile Dianne Steen handled
the sponsors' accounts and the billing.
Students were admitted to the statl
alter obtaining ten sponsorships from
tovvnspeople and businessmen.
This staff, under the supervision of
Miss Elizabeth plowright, is satisfied
with its year's activities only when a
copy of the UClarion" is in the hands of
STANDING: Temple, Ottman, Blum, Lueblce, I.
SEATED: Pruett, Paul,
STANDING: Rammer, Van Lyssel, Jo., Steege, Steen, Crane, Ju.
SEATED: Miss Plowright
STANDING: Weller, Thurk, J., Roberts, Mc Bain, Steinberg, S., Schloss.
SEATED: Krieck, N., Kese, Schuetter, Mullen, M., Boettcher, J.
An eagerly awaited event at Appleton i-iigh School
is the weelcly appearance of the school paper, the
Among the duties ol the reporters are the weekly
assignments of interviewing and story writing. The edi-
tors, with sixth hour lree lor "Tally" worlc, have the taslc
of assigning organizing and editing all the stories.
News, the largest section of the Hlallyn occupies the
first and third pages and includes stories which en-
lighten the student body on school activities. page two
contains the editorials, gossip columns and feature stories.
A run-down on school games and intramurals is found
on the sports page.
The staff, advised by Miss Marjorie Williams and Mr.
E. John Goodrich, consisted of co-editors Sandra Lemlce
and Richard Hamilton, feature editor Michele Matthews
and sports editor John Mullen.
Miss Williams and editors, Richard Hamilton, Milne Mathews,
John Mullen and Sandra Lemke check over "Tally."
ron Row. ww, N., izante, M '
Siegel, Meyer, R., Wilkinson, S.,
Simenson, K., Mcliahan, Miller,
N. C., Holland, J.
BOTTOM ROW: Bartmann, M., Put-
nam, Krueger, F,, Hooyman, El
Schulz, J., Zimmerman, L.
TOP ROW: Davis, B., Belinger,
Blanlrenburg, D., Saiberlich, J.
Davis Jo, Joyce, Maisie, Dittmer,
M. Ctte, Zanzig.
BOT'llOM ROW: Arent, Courtois
Schloss, Schmiege, Olson, R., KllDD
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Barbara Ecker, Mary Earling, Mr. Krueger, Joyce Heimmerman,
and Mary Frieders study the "Tally" as Audrey Bergman and
Judy Anderson loolc on.
The worlc ol the "Talisman" Business Stall is carried
on so etliciently that we seldom stop to appreciate their
problems and accomplishments. This important hall ol
"Tally" is divided into three sections. The largest statl,
advertising, sends its members to various business lirms
in the area to malte contracts lor ads. This is the chiel
source of income lor the printing expense. The circula-
tion division is responsible lor the distribution ol the
"Tally" to student activity members, Faculty, custodians,
subscribers and to other high schools.
Paying the bills and lceeping a complete Financial record
lor "Tally" is a further responsibility ol the business
Advertising manager lor the year was Judy Anderson.
Audrey Bergman and Mary Frieders were co-business
managers and Barbara lfclcer and Joyce l-leimmerman
were co-circulation managers. Faculty adviser was Mr.
BOTTOM ROW: Ecker, B., Heimer-
man, Frieclers, Bergman, N., Peotter,
A P hb h
., CfSC dC CY.
MIDDLE ROW: Brooks, J, Ann,
Belling, Luepke, Steinlest, Bartman,
N. D., Gehrmann, Missling, Nelson,
TOP ROW: Barlow, Cl-rristoferson,
Tank, S., Mr, Krueger, Meyer, R.
BOTTOM ROW: Finnegan, Blum,
Schuh, Dol., Anderson, J., Earling,
MIDDLE ROW: Zordel, Vanden
Heiden, C., Hollander McCann,
M., Currie, Cl1ristensen,T., Gilbert,
Dockery, Bergsbalcen, Gresenz.
TOP ROW: Mclfechnie, McEathron,
Nagreen, S., McCann, E., Luebke,
l., O'Keefe, P., Schmidt, B.
FRONT ROW: Nowak, L., Anderson, J., Crane, Judy, Lemlce, S., Keating, B., Perschbacher.
SECOND ROW: Dittmar, M., Chapnitslcy, Krieclx, N., Heimermann, J., Polislcy, Bartman, D., Mathews, M., Bertram, Halverson, Esbensen
BACK ROW: Mcliahan, Nagreen, Shi., Hollander, Hamilton, R., Schulz, J., Zimmerman, L., Steege, Frieders.
QUILL AND SCROLL
"Patterns oi Stardust," the an-
nual publication of the Edward
Weismiller Chapter of Ouill and
- Scroll, constitutes a major part of
' this honorary society's activities For
Students who have completed a
year of outstanding worlc on a
publications stall and who have
been recommended to this organ-
ization by their respective advisers,
comprise the membership.
Ar Ouill and Scrolls monthly
meetings, spealcers with a message
for journalists were featured. An-
other activity that the members
loolced forward to was the annual
Christmas Musicale and Mothers'
tea, a tradition in this organization.
The otiicers this year included
Mary Root, president, Joanne
Boettcher, vice president, Janet
McBain, secretary, and Marlene
Rammer, treasurer. Faculty advisers
were Miss Landreman and Miss
UPPER PICTURE, FRONT ROW: Miss Landreman, Root, M.
BACK ROW: Boettcher, J., Rammer, McBain.
LOWER PICTURE, SEATED: Olson, R., Missling, M., Joyce, Bergmann, A.
STANDING: Bunn, Jean, Cohen, Close, Mullen, J., Brinkman, B.
lo members ol the Camera Club, ul-lold the
pose" and "Shutterbug" are familiar phrases, as
lamiliar as the most complicated parts of a camera.
The club's main purpose is to create an interest A
in photography and to teach the fundamentals
and techniques oi the art. K
Field trips, spealcers and darlcroom worlc were ff , ,
designed to provide an educational program.
Selling lootball and baslcetball pictures talcen and f
printed by the club, sponsoring the all-school in ' K
photo contest were the profitable club activities. '
Oilicers vvere Bruce Chapman, president, i
Sandra Schlallce, vice president, Mary Halverson,
secretary, Clyde park, treasurer, and Mr. Vernon . if
Zimmerman, faculty adviser. '
ROW 'lu Halverson., M., Mr. Zimmerman.
BACK ROW: Schlaflce, Chapman, Park, C.
FRONT ROW: Brenneclce, Starlcs, B., Fallon, Seidl, P. Winters, Sa.
SECOND ROW: Saiberlich, J., Schulz, Schroeder, E., Paessler, Pagel, Leimer, Ju., Winters, Sh.
BACK ROW: Cohen, Block, Brinker, Wink, Harriman, Brislze, Courtois.
FRONT ROW: Dohr, C., Matthews, Marquardt, L., Dittmer, M., Bertram.
SECOND ROW: Vogt, A., Nersveen, Holler, Ardell, Schwarz, J., Nowalc, Kexel.
BACK ROW: Sense, Malueg, Fiellcow, Belling, Leimer, Jay.
-,v 'H ll
BOTTOM ROW: Kositzlce, J., Nersveen, K., Holler, E., Ayers, P., Roberts, G., Putnam, L., Krause, Lo.
MIDDLE ROW: Potter, J., Joyce, C. Schwarz, J., Ardell, C., Fallon, K., Doberstein, J., Doberstein, C., Heuer, C.
TOP ROW: McClanahan, Rehbein, Evans, D. A., Knostenbergs, Larson, Simon, Pon., Cihak, R.
The cryptic museum on the fourth lloor olAppleton High
School is the focal point ol our Nature Club. Each member
talces an active part in the uplceep and enlargement of it.
Annual Christmas gifts from the Nature Club to A.l'l.S.
are the beautiful handmade yuletide wreaths. The entire
club goes to Center Swamp to gather evergreen boughs
lor this project.
Through the year, meetings, consisting ot spealters,
movies, tape recordings, and inlormal tallcs by club mem-
bers were presented to the organization with the annual
spring picnic as the climax of the year's activities.
Under the very able direction of Mr. Scribner and club
officers Sandra Schlatlce, president, John Leonard, vice
president, Barbara Haclcbert, treasurer, and Sharon Baum-
gartner, secretary, the club had a very entertaining and
BOTTOM ROW: Shannon, S., Lawrence, L., Warner, M., Blazek, H., Retzleff.
MIDDLE POW: Hafeman, G., Kippenhan, J., Eichsteadt, D., Lemlte, B., Matthews, J., Ganzen, Swan, K., Stark, Je., Otto, J.
TOP ROW: Dimiclc, P., Malueg, K., Thomas, E., Stark, Ji., Van Eperen, A., Schroeder, B., Meyer, R.
W0-ice of lfze
A new project, bringing two foreign exchange
students to enroll in our school For a year, was under
the direction of the Student Council. An alter-game
dance sponsored by the seniors, a student-faculty
baslcetball game sponsored by the juniors, and a
junior high dance sponsored by the sophomores
were among the projects undertalcen to Finance the
exchange. This group was also responsible For
planning the lyceums, student council dances, and
choosing the guidance lilms for next year.
The council, which was an active and going or-
ganization from the first day of school until gradua-
tion, was guided by Jaclc Close, president, John
l-larriman, vice-president, Mary Root, secretary-
treasurer, and Carl Schwendler and Bruce Benson,
sergeants-at-arms. Faculty advisers were Miss Wolf
and Mr. l'lelble.
UPPER PICTURESEATED: Mr. Helble, Root, M., Close, Miss Wolf.
STANDUNIG: Harriman, Benson.
LOWER PICTURE, FRONT ROW:ZanzrgyEQNA , Miller, N. C., Keating, B. Schwebn
Kd , rlan
BACK ROW: Jobe, Krabbe, Crane, Ja., DeDecker.
UPPER PICTURE, FRONT ROW: Schroeder S., Weber, R., Spooner Grffin, Kloes, Brooks, Judy Ann.
BACK ROW: Jooss, R., Lecy, Hansen, J., Ottman, Anderson, K., Wink, Ulwelling,
LOWER PICTURE, FRONT ROW: Putnam, Bjerkvold, l-lrnlf, N., Dohr, C., Mathews, M., Gilbert.
BACK ROW: Brudnick, Jooss, J., Becker, T., Mullen, J., Simon, Ron., Williams, RO5.
Keeping the cameras rolling is the im-
portant job of the Appleton l'ligh School
Audio-Visual Aids Club under the adviser-
ship of Mr. Harold Briese. During the year A
the members operated movie machines, the
public address system, tape recorders, play-
bacl4s, film strip machines and projectors.
ln the lall, students applying lor member-
ship were taught the fundamentals of run-
ning and caring for the machines. On a given
date, they were tested and scholastically
eligible applicants who passed this test
were then admitted tofthe club.
Benefit movies such as "Miracle on 34th
Street," and "l'larvey" were among the
money malcing projects the club sponsored.
Featured on the club's social program were
a Christmas party and a picnic at the end of
Qllicers ofthe club were: Terry Thorson
and Jim Nlaclcesy, co-presidents, Dave
Bruch, vice-president, Sid Miller, secretary,
Tom Balza, treasurer, and Bob La Rose,
5ergednt'dt'drm5- SEATED: Miller, S., Meckesy, Thorson.
STANDING: Mr, Briese, Baiza, T, LaRose.
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BOTTOMlZOW:MCl h ,G ,J.,KlI ,P tl:,Ctt. '
TOP ROW: Kneip, 6, jxrhieiiri, J.rl?,egibbi':ns,iuibkeishi,l3ott2r,oRrbot, S., Ahrens, J. W., Schneider, K., Lewis, J., Staidl, Souders, Kippenhan, L.
FRQNT SOW: Ecker, B., Prasher, S., Mr. Krueger,
BACK ROW: Bergmann, Fischer, M.
J, my ,
"We combine business with
pleasure" would malce a very Fit-
ting motto for the Commercial
Club, under the guidance of Mr.
Grail, Mr. Simon, Miss Robichaud,
Mrs. Sullivan, Miss Livermore,
and Mr. Krueger. The mem-
bers met twice a month during the
year to learn more about their
worlc through guest speakers and
Officers this year were: Sue
Prasher, president, Mary Kneip,
vice president, Audrey Bergmann,
secretary, Mar ie Fischer, treas-
urer, Barbara Eclcer, Ulallyn re-
porter, and pat Kinnard, historian.
FRONT ROW: Kluge, Slezalc, Schroeder, B., Brehmer, Derga.
BACK ROW: Mrs, Sullivan, Wunderlich, Rimple, Schuh, Do., Spafford, Wolk, Anderson, B., Casperson, J, Miss Livermore
FRONT ROW: Holland, Frieders, Heimermann, Marquardt, Nowak, M.
BACK ROW: Mr. Simon, Laehn, Stoegbauer, Vanderloop, Shortt, Aclcmann, B., Miss Robichaud.
FIRST ROW: Koller, Spooner, Paul, Arent, Alpert, Bailey, B.
SECOND ROW: Krueger, B., Matteson, Weber, R., Kunitz, Rath.
Cn April 25, Qrchesis put
'on its annual program, "Choreog-
raphy," oi interpretive dances
created by the members of this
organization, Performances were
given for both the student body
and the public.
'lo become a member of Gr-
chesis one must attend a series
oi Five lessons on the Funda-
mentals oi modern dance. At
the close oi this Five-weelc per-
iod the prospective members
are aslced to review these lun-
damentals as well as to present
an original composition before
the members oi the club. It is on
the basis oi these performances
that the new members are se-
Presiding over the vveelcly
Tuesday night meetings were:
Mona Olson, president, Mary
Root, vice president, Colleen
Christenson, secretary, Nancy
Goehler, treasurer, with Joan
Benton, historian. Club adviser
vvas Miss Patricia Gibbons.
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FIRST ROW: Root, M , Christensen, C., Benton, Olson, R., Goehler. CLOCKWISE-reading from top-Schwebs, K., Gresenz, J., Stark, M., Wichmann
Goss, Eggert, B., La Violette, H., Krieclz, N., Pehleldt, C., Boettcher, J,
zzmwfs M: and Jam
FRONT ROW: Blum,
Currie, Bartman, K., Knos-
BACK ROW: Meyer, R.,
McCann, M., Klippness,
Schroeder, V. Hollander,
Ganzen, La Violette, H.,
FRONT ROW: Moss-
holder, Kappell, S.
Eeiberlich, J., Abendroth
BACK ROW: Walter L.,
Zordel, Koller, Mathews,
M Ch ' i S
., ns enson, .
Voecks, M., Nelson, L
The scene was laid in Room 306,
the characters being the members ol
Art Workshop. The atmosphere was
one ol creative activity. The challenge
lacing the cast vvas the deadline lor
the "patterns ol Stardust" illustrations.
As usual the club came through with
Flying colors, bringing to a close an-
other year ol such artistic accomplish-
ments as a student art exhibit, the com-
pletion ol oil paintings and several
successful held trips.
Leading Art Workshop were: Sally
Fraser, president, Jane Roehr, vice-
president, Beatrice Le Moine, secre-
tary-treasurer. Mr. Kenneth Kuemmer-
lein advised the club.
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SEATED: Fraser, S., Roehr, Le Moine.
STANDING: Mr. Kuemmerlein, Hiclunbotham, Zoll, Carlsen, Schreiter, Alou!
Aan " .-PMWCZGM
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SEATED: Massey, Miellce, W., Hamilton, Ri, Davis, P,
STANDING: Esbensen, Harriman, J.
"Resolved that the Federal Government
should initiate a policy ol tree trade among
nations friendly to the United States" was
the statement on which A.H.S. debaters
based their arguments, both pro and con,
this past year.
Under the supervision ol Mr. Hubert
Wetak, the training of the debaters began
in Qctober with a preparation period con-
sisting ol reading and general practice.
The season formally opened on December
14, when Appleton debated at Neenah
High School. The next invitational was held
at Sheboygan, lollovvecl by a meet on
January 29 at lfaulcauna. Finally, on Feb-
ruary 5, the tournament lor the Oshlcosh
district was held at Neenah.
At an assembly program on February 14,
the A.l'l,S. team debated with the allirma-
tive team ol Neenah High School. This
brought to a close a successful season ol
debating at Appleton High School.
SEATED: Stohlman, Davis, Jo., Mr. Wetak.
Gilbert, Call, D., Saiberluch, M.
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FRONT ROW: Roehr, Faulc, McBain, Halverson, M.
BACK ROW: Schulz, J., Marquardt, L., Kaphingst, Zwerg.
FRONT ROW: Jesse, Ra., Marquardt, L., Faulr, l-leimmermann, J., Casper
BACK ROW: Schwendler, lioehr, Seehawer, Swan, K.
The job ol student librarian involves a
good deal ol work behind the scenes, with
little glory or lame. A librarian must be
slrilled in a particular phase ol library worlc,
such as clerical worlc, art worlc, and manage-
ment ol periodical rooms. For this reason
the student library worlcers who malce up
the Library Statl are seniors chosen from
among the scholastic leaders in Appleton
Twelve ol the stall members capably
handled the circulation deslcs while three
others took charge ol all the clerical duties.
Art worlc was put in the capable hands ol
two talented students in the art depart-
ment. Finally, the duties in the magazine
room and the worlc room, where material
is processed, were handled by two other
Under the supervision ol Miss Ruth
Miellce and Miss Ethelwynn Baerwaldt,
the Library Stall completed another year of
valuable service to the students.
FRONT ROW: McBain, Edge, Schuelter, Zimmerman, L., Halverson, M., Schulz, J.
BACK ROW: Zwerg, Kaphingst, Steinwedel, Jobe.
in V 1 i
FRONT ROW: Harriman, Lemke, S., Close, Esbensen.
BACK ROWz Mr. Edge, Mr. Goodrich.
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FRONT ROW: Rugland, Steinberg, S., Blanlcenberg, Mathews, M., Wilkinson, S.
BACK ROW Hamilton, Ri., Mullen, J., Dohr, W., Stohlman.
FRONT ROW: Jentz, Peotter, A., Fraser, S., Mullen,
M., Krieclc, Crane, Ju.
BACK ROW: Davis, Be., Mathews, B., Schmirler,
Davis, R., Steinwedel, Meisle, Miller, M. L., Bertram,
FRONT ROW: Shannon, Warner, M., McGraw, Zim-
merman J., Schmiege, Holland.
BACK now. Bloomer, Huth, Bam, one, Erdman,
Schloss, Davis, Jo., Alpert.
RADIO FORUM WORKSHOI
Hlzurthering radio broadcasting and
public speaking among high school
students" is the objective ol Radio
Forum Workshop. An -excellent example
of their work was the commemorative
program presented on the nation's First
Veterans' Day to an appreciative audi-
ln addition to broadcasting the
Hlallyn substitute programs and dance
publicity slcits, the clubs presented a
number of radio programs over the local
Presiding over the meetings on the
last Monday of the month were: Jaclc
Close and Sandra Leml4e, co-presidents,
lzdith Esbensen, secretary, and John
Harriman, treasurer. Club advisers were
Mr. Kenneth Edge and Mr. E. John
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BOTTOM ROW: Christenson,C.,Goehler, De Noble,
Polnsky, Spooner, Simenson.
MIDDLE ROW: Becker, M., Ottman, Buetow, Benton,
Wichmann, Mathews, M., Wilkinson, S., Rosenberg. R.
TOP ROW: Boettcher, R., La Violette, J., Zordel,
Nelson, L., Anderson, K., Roeck, Brueggemann,
BOTTOM ROW: Krieck, N., Peotter, A., Persch..
bacher, Crane, Ju., Nowak, L.
MIDDLE ROW: Christenson, T., Hooyman, El., Boett-
cher, J., Salentine, Ju., Peters, M., Nowak, M.
TOP ROW: Mcliathron, McGraw, Wilkinson, J.,
Temple, Briese, O'Brian, Warner, M.
Have you been looking lor a club
Filled with glamor, thrills, and excite-
ment? If you discover you've been do-
ing just that, the place lor you is the
Ushers Club. As a member ol the club
you are eligible to usher at all school
functions. lncluded in these activities
are the annual Senior Class play, and
Looked forward to by everyone is
the series ol Neenah Rotary presenta-
tions. This past year the highlight ol
this series came with a program which
headlined Marge and Gower Champ-
ion and l'larry Belafonte, along with
the voices ol Walter Schumann.
Presiding over meetings this past year
were Mary Root, president, Sandra
Lemke, vice-president, Donna Blanken-
burg, secretary, Mildred Bubolz, treas-
urer, Esther Chapnitzky and Mary Zan-
zig, board members. Advising the club
was Mr. Kenneth Edge.
FRONT ROW: Mr. Edge, Root, M., Lemke, S.
BACK ROW: Blankenburg, Eisch, K., Bubolz.
New ushers learning the "do's" and "don'ts" of ushering at their initiation.
Gcaema am! UU Ram
BOTTOM POW: Weber, I2,, Sternhagen, La Violette, J., Utschig.
MIDDLE POW Pollock, Mitchler, Strehmel, Seehawer, IZ., Tews, P., Weiss, J., Jochman, M.
TOP ROW: Hill, C., Qloudemans, J , Zanzlg, W., Meyer, T., Call, D., Corbett, Bloch, Newell, P.
If you had visited a Latin club meeting during the school year you might have see
toga-covered, candle-bearing figures. This would have been one ol several SPOIQ. meet
ings held according to the tradition ol the Appleton High School Latin Club.
The formal initiation of new club members, a mothers' tea, and a Iarevvell party for th
seniors vvere among the activities of this organization. Projects featured in the cIub's prc
gram vvere an attractive Roman Iloat in the homecoming parade and Christmas caroling in th
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BOTTOM ROW: Wilkinson, S., Bloomer, Paul, J., Boronow.
MIDDLE POW: Mclfathron, Spooner, Hopkins, Ottman, Goss, Verri , ., , .
fm nam in s.n.2.R.
BOTTOM POW: Wendlandt, Finnegan, Zordel, Goodwin, Bartmann, M., Weiss, N., Kippenhan, J.
MIDDLE POW: Thurlc, S., Tank, S., Mcliechnie, Siegel, Bacich, Hansen, J., Balza, J., Stadler, Vogt. E S h I S
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TOP ROW: deVos, Birchler, Simenson, Grathen, Nabbefeld, Anderson, K., Bauer, B., Selig, R., Winter, F., Schroeder, , c u z,
All Latin students with satislactory grades were eligible lor membership in the club,
and meetings were held the lirst and third Thursdays ol each month.
Leaders ol the organization this year were co-consuls, Sandra Lemlce and peter Davis,
secretary, Barbara Keating, treasurer, Bill Miellce, and program chairman, Jane Roehr. The
club was under the guidance ol Miss Elsie Kopplin.
BOTTOM ROW: Keating, B., Roehr, J., Lemlce, S., Miss Kopplin, Davis, P., Miellce, W.
MIDDLE POW: Chapnitslmy, Baumgartner, S., Tlriurk, J., l-last, J., Schulz, J., Simon, R., Stohlman,
TOP POW:Gilbe1t, Kunitz, C., Matteson, McGraw, M., l-lerrman, E., Kese, Putnam.
Seated: Miles, Peotter, fx., Edge,
Schmiege, Schloss, Perschbacher, Cao-
tain, Middle low: l-lartzheim, B.,
Frieders Pirner, Mathews, M, Chris-
tensen, ll., O'Keefe, M., Knoke, Back
low: Kranzusch, J., Grimmer, Jenner-
jahn, T , Alpert, Schmirler, Hollander,
Stated: Stark, M , Klein, Bertram, Goss,
Schommer, Brinkman, B., Standing:
Abel, M., Abel, S., Swan, S., Gerd
ner, Gloss, Bailey, B., Kreilinrr, L. A.,
Kexel, Stark, K., Dobcrstein, C.,
Scaled: Hansen, Brinkman, C., Mrs.
l-limebaugh, Horn, D., Jochman,
Standing: Missling, Roeclc, Cochrane,
Freiberg, Kaphingsr, Kramllch, Konz,
Elqislre, Evans, D. W., Fiellrow, Nelson,
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Senoritas and senores ol the Al-l.S.
SEATFD: Ohde, Bubolz, Wichmann, Fault, Anderson,
STANDING: Massey, Hamilton, Ri., McGowan.
Spanish Club made use ol their
ltnovvledge ol the language by pre-
senting colorful slcits, songs and dances
at their monthly business meetings.
Qther highlights ol the year's pro-
gram were the Mexican Posada lor
Christmas, the homecoming Float, Span-
ish movies and a joint picnic with the
German and French clubs.
Club ollicers were Bill Meisle,
president, John McCJowan, vice-
president, Judy Anderson, secretary, Millie Bubolz,
treasurer, Richard l-lamilton, program chairman, Joanne
Wichmann, assistant program chairman, Jaclcie Fault,
refreshment chairman, Patricia Qhde, assistant relresh-
ment chairman, Boy Massey, sergeant-at-arms, with
Mrs. l-limebaugh as club adviser.
BOTTOM ROW: Weber, R.,
Boronow, DeDecker, Peotter, 'Q R 'i ,7 f
A., Edge, Theiss, T., Halver- W 4 I
son, M., Koller.
SECOND ROW: Hoplen-
sperger M. L., Paul, Spooner
Dohr, C., LeVee, Zimmerman
J., Bloomer, Jochman.
THIRD ROW: Schmirler, Dock
ery, O'Keele, M., Wichmann
J., Piepenberg, Bartman, D.
Anderson, K., Blum.
TOP ROW: Klein, Bubolz
Captain, McKahan Lorenz
Close, Knoke, L., Crane, Ja.
BOTTOM ROW: Cotter, L.,
Fraser, S., Miss McKennan
Anderson, J., Zanzig, Mrs.
Brown, McGraw, Arent.
SECOND ROW: Hast, Crane
Ju., Miller, N. C., Davis, J.
Schulz, Jean, Zimmerman, L.
THIRD ROW: Ru land, Lemlce
S., Schmiege, Ergman, Meisle
Hamilton, D., McGowan.
TOP ROW: Fowler S.
Goodwin, Jenson, B., Olson
R., Alpert, Defierding, Eisch
CURTAIN CALL ACTING
With "God bless us, every one" still being echoed by
members ol the cast, the curtain lell on "The Christmas Carol."
It was the First time an evening performance was given for
adults. Hard worlc by cast and directors alilte and many good
times at rehearsals combined to malte the play one oi the
most outstanding in Curtain Call history.
Included in club activities were short slcits, four one-act
plays presented as assembly programs and the annual banquet.
Officers for the year were Don Lorenz, president, Jaclc
Close, vice president, Judy Anderson, secretary, and Mary
Zanzig, treasurer. Miss Ruth McKennan and Mrs. Virley
Brown were Iaculty advisers.
BOTTOM ROW: Polisky, Becker, M., Hopkins, Gardner.
MIDDLE ROW: Dohr, W., Goehler, Tank, J., Utschig, Helein, M., Cohen.
TCBP ROW: Christenson, C., Gresenz, J., Benson, B., Nelson, L., Lecy,
Officers Douglass, Schlalke, Fraser and Meisle plan exciting
"Play What You See And Dont Play What You Dont
See," one of the band mottos, shows that the spirit that is
lound in band makes it more than just another class, With
every band member Worlcing hard to achieve the mutual
goal, the band has had another outstanding year. l-laving an
exceedingly large group ot 1152 members, Mr. Frank
Comella has led his band in two school concerts and the
Christmas and spring concerts. ln the lall, the band gave a
halt-time shovv lor the homecoming game and marched in
the parade. At the other home games, they provided a
great deal of school spirit with their music. When baslcet-
ball season came, several band members formed the pep
band under Mr. Comellas direction. In the spring, the
band traveled to Neenah forthe music tournament. Solos
and ensembles competed, several going on to the state
FIRST POW' dv Vos Kuhr Mitchler Jooss P, l-lacirbert, Bertram.
srcorsin ieovf i2.,rL,v.'1f.a,Ju ,brsadfwgc ,Kamte,J,Aa-i,sh.,vdn Dynhaven, smith, P., Fowler, Jua-f, Mm, Rznasil, B.
THIRD QQW Schwarz,DOuglaSs,l:ansf'lOw,Lrfmlcafl,GOSS, Hoh,D.,Cotton,Becl1Pr,M.,Schuh,Da., Hamilton,Ro.,Bentle,Beclcer,T., Hertzberg, Bartman, K.
ifjlllllldi RQW Joyce, Weiss, J,Dimicir, lhurk, J , Van Oudenhoven, Schlude, P., Vanden Boom, E., Paddatz, Diedrich, Steidt, Vandenboom, W., Schlude, D., Schultz,
W, hlvssvttrr, Ahrens,.l W.
lil ll-l FZCDW lulcer, Buxton,SChafler,SChrnrege, Beill1e,Potter.
tournament. The band also marched in the Lawrence
homecoming, the Memorial Day and Flag Day parades. The
real highlight of the spring, however, was the pu'rchase of
new uniforms in the traditional blue and gold. -L
Band activities haven't been limited to the field of music
though, and throughoutthe year therehave been banquets,
skating parties, caroling, and picnics.
A smaller, select group, composed of forty-five members,
the Bandette, practiced more advanced music. They rep-
resented the band at King, Wisconsin, where a concert
was given for the veterans.
The officers were Bill Meisle, president, Sandy Schlafke,
vice-president, Sally Fraser, secretary, and Ed Douglass,
Mr. Comella sees that each instrument stays
in excellent condition.
FIRST ROW: Bauer, M., Wilkinson, J., McEathron, Krieclc, N , Bauer, B., Wink, Shannon, Saiberlich, J,
SECOND ROW: Bartmann, P., Ottman, Kobal, R., Rehbein, Meisle, Strieby, Tews, P., Bunn, Je., Aures, Wilkinson, S., Davis, P.
THIRD ROW: Alton, Meyer, T., Wendlandt, Hoffman, K., Malueg, Fraser, S., Lueblce, N., Gebheim, T., Miller, M, L., Bailey, R., Casperson, A , Lrebergen, Cary, Piepenburg
FOURTH ROW: Juhnke, Schneider, K., Pesetsky, Evans, D. A., John, Strehmel, Kippenhan, L., Magnus, Barber, Sense, Tank, J., Warner, M., Erdman.
FIFTH ROW: Olsen, W., Helein, M., Leonard, Abel, Sa., Schlaflce, Mr. Comella.
l , The annual Christmas concert marlced the
l l debut ol this year's singing group. The stu-
l 'l l dent body had its First glimpse ol the chorus
l at an assembly program presented shortly
l alter the concert.
Many other activities were included in
this year's program. A bit ol Christmas
cheer was spread by carolers during Christ-
mas vacation, and spring was ushered in by
the annual Spring Concert. lncluded in the
vvinterls activities was an appearance at
Hamilton, Ri., Zanzig, M., Cohen
BOTTOM ROW: Ferron, Haase, Rosenberg, B., Steiner, Boldt, C., Brenneclce, Halverson, M., Starke, B., Koller, Le Vee, Wordell, Schultz, ll., Gurnee, Schieflelt
SECOND ROW: Schimmelplinning, Esbensen, Zanzig, Ebben, B., Peters, M., Bock, Dombrowski, Menske, Klapper, Paessler, Colavecchi, Mueller, J., Cottrell, Ottc
THIRD ROW: Gibson, J., Ulrich, M., Hatch, Schmidt, B., Dhein, Jenson, Kufner, B., Blanlcenburg, Schultz, Y., Vander Putters, Boettcher, B., Schulz, S., Van Rooy
TOP ROW: Cohen, Wadsworth, Stevenson, Finger, Werner, Steffen, B., Schloss, Hamilton, D., Laedtlce, Davis, R., Kranzusch, R., Steinberg, D., Swanton, Bron'
the Northside opening ol Wisconsin Ave-
nue, which occurred on a very chilly eve-
ning. One of the highlights of the year was
a trip to King, Wisconsin.
This year, for the First time. thirty-six
members ol the Chorus joined together to
form a Chorale, under the direction ol Mr.
Lester Schulz, who also directs the Chorus.
This talented group came through its First
year with Flying colors and will be con-
tinued next year.
BOTTOM ROW: Rosen
SECOND ROW: Peters,
M., Roberts, Sachs, M
THIRD ROW: Hamilton,
Schuztter Jenson Mr
Top now! cahenf ste'
Turzlnslri, Elck, Beil, Schuellelbrrn, L , Heller, Liesch.
:ll P Pellegrini, Wilson, J., Jentz, Sachs, M., Hietpas, Snafford, Bartel, Ewig, M., Griesbach, N., l.eMoine, B Naqreen R
neister, He., Marcks, La Vuolette, H., Hmtz, N., Ayers, Retzlall, Nelson, A., Boldt, B., Roberts, Abel, M., Kufner Y Bach Schuetter
llcler Ebben, P., Donovan, Krcll, Massey, Hameister, Ha., Mielke, Hagen, Ueclrer, E., Keller, Gutreuter, Stoege Grlmmer J Vyse Abendroth K Smith I2
Marv Lou Hoplenspcrger, Dclorzs Ouella, Lois Krause, Rochelle Fcavzl, and
Adrianna Van Eppern practice for the Christmas concert.
Appearances in tlwe annual Clwristmas and
spring concerts and participation in tlwe
Neenali Music Festival were tlwe major
activities ol tlie Glee Club during tlie past
year. l'lard but inspirational work was
slwared by tlie members ol tlie Glee Club
vvlien tliey met eaclw tliird liour under tlie
direction ol Mr. l.ester Sclwulz,
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Woodwind, brass, and percussion sections
comprising lull orchestra met on Wednesday
noons under the direction ol Mr. Anthony Bacich.
l-lard practice and constant drill resulted in
exceptional Christmas and spring concerts. Par-
ticipation in the music tournament at Neenah in
which solos, duets, and other ensembles were
entered lor valuation, was another ol the year s
Mary Root, president, Joan Gilbert, vice-
president, and Marilyn Saiberlich, secretary-treas-
urer organized the annual Christmas party and
picnics in addition to the year's program.
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"The tone flows from here," says Mr. Bacich to orchestra officers
Joan Gilbert, Marilyn Saiberlich, Mary Root.
Upper Ielt picture, Front row: Bacich, McClanahan, Schmalz, Bailey, B. Back row: Siegel, Godschalx, Posniak, Simpson, lielkow. Upper right picture, Bottom row: Strieby,
Meisle, Rehbein, Kobal, R. Middle row: Hoh, D., Schuh, Da., Hamilton, Ro, Becker, T., Warner, M., Erdman. Top row: Cotton, Schlalke. Lower left picture, Front row:
Douglass, Goss, Fanselow, J., Bertram, Hackberr Back row: Schwarz, Davis, P., Wilkinson, S., Saiberlich, J., Kreick, N., Mcliathron Lower right picture, Bottom row: Steiner,
M ,Saiberlich, M., Gilbert, Root, M. Middle row: Bruch, Finnegan, Davis, B. Top row: Schultz, Ri., Brinker, Mr. Bacich.
BOTTOM POW: Goehler, Hill, M., Brenneclre, Kruclceberg, W , Nagreen, S., Dittmer, M,, O'Keele, M.
MIDDLE ROW: Baldwin, Christensen, C., Cameron, Franke, B., Worden, l.., Bellin, Sh., McGraw, M.
TOP ROW: Jensen, Jesse, R., Miller, Car., Mathy, M., Thallre, Warner, M., Rendall, B., Bellin, J.
SEATEDz Rogers, Dittmar M., Mcliahan, J.
STANDING: Herrman, E., Dr. Schlueter.
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A new club, l.a Fleur-de-Lis, was added to the extra-
curricular program at Appleton High School this year.
Under the direction of Dr. Schlueter, the French Club
initiated its program with activities, such as a travelogue
given by a recent visitor to France, French slcits presented
by club members and the arranging ol a lobby display
pertaining to France. Climaxing the year's calendar ol
events was the spring picnic.
Leading the organization this year were, Jamie Mc-
Kahan, president, l-loward Rogers, treasurer, Edris
l-lerrman, secretary, and Mildred Dittmar, vice-president.
FRONT ROW: Lemlce, B., Strehmel,G.,Saiberlicl'1, M., Vanden Heuvel, A., Kraus, C., Schmirler, T., Boettcher, R., Rosenberg, R., Jesse, Ro., Meulemans, D., Seeger, D.
BACK ROW: Godschalx, J., Cihak, R., Birkholz, D., Barlow, J., Pingel, G., Buetow, Huth, Krueger, Ar., Hebeler, R., Strieby, L.
LEFT TO RIGHT: Thorson, Schuetter, A., Dr. Schlueter, Schmir, B.
A varied and successful year was had by the
A.H.S. German Club, "Der Deutsche Vereinf'
Featured on the year's agenda was the malcing
ol a Homecoming float, caroling at Christmas
time and an annual spring picnic, According to
tradition, the club again presented its most
outstanding member with the "German Club
Heading the organization this year were
Terry lhorson, president, Sue Smith, vice-
president, Ann Schuetter, secretary, Bill Schmit,
treasurer. Club adviser was Dr. Rudolph
FRONT ROW: Smith S , Harriman, J., Esbensen, Hackbert, Hamilton, C., Sachs, M., Bach, M., Nagreen, S.
BACK ROW: Dimick, Thomas, E., Steffen, R., Stark, Ja., Stohlman, Asmussen, Petersen, R., Wren, J., Voeclcs, G.
BOTTOM ROW: Wilson, Starks, B., Seidl, P., Simenson, Temple, Steinberg, S., Schommer, Saiberlich, M., Schmaling, Winter,
MIDDLE POW Poehr, Vanden Helden, C., Schroder, Wilkinson, S , Thalke, Schlall1e,Schreiter,lrinrud, Van Daalwyk, Selig.
TOP POW: Saiberlich, J, Schuetter, Schulz, J., Shannon, Pueter, Smith, P., Root, S., Treiber, J., Schwarz, Tank, S., Schmalz, Schultz, Y.
Rehbein, Becker, T. and Mr. Burroughs set the stage.
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Excellent lighting combined with unusual sets if
a main feature ol one ol the largest and most active
clubs at f"X.I'l.S., Curtain Call production. It is made
up ol Five crews, with a student at the head ol eaclr
one. The heads this year were: makeup, Jane Roehr,
design, Joan Saiberlichi properties, Rosemary Dhein,
construction, John Harriman, lighting, Wilbur
Rueter. One may become a member of this club by
attending a series ol workshops at which the func
tions oi each crew are explained.
Curtain Call Production has been oi invaluable
help Ior such things as: the Christmas Play, the Sopl'
BOTTOM POW Hammer, Pirner, Lueplce, Mignon, Matteson, McEathron, Pingel, Paessler, La Violette, J.
SECOND ROW Petzlalf, Roeclt, Pugh, Mathews, B., Marquarclt, L., Pershbacher, Mayes, O'Keele, P., Roberts, Mr. Burroughs.
THIRD POW' Peters, J , Miller, C S., Myse, Liebergen, Mullen, M., Miller, M. L., Lemke, P., Mathews, M., Marcks,
IOP ROW' Malmstrom, llehbein, Miellre, W., Pusch, Nass, Mullen, J., La Violette, H, McBain, Matthews, Miller, Y., Putnam.
BOTTOM RCW: Hamilton, C., Gilbert, Joyce, Howard, S., Krueger, Ba., Dlttmer, M.
SECOND ROW: Feavel, Kunliz, Finnegan, Gosha, Hollander, Hooyman, El., Ebben B , Krueger, F.
THIRD POW' Krause, Lo., de Vos, Genal, D., Kraus, Dhein, Johnson, M., Ewig, S., De Noble.
TOP ROW: Harriman, Jenneryalnn, T., Holi, D., Fulcer, Larson, Hoernlng, Jesse, Ra , Held, Qanzen
lwow, tlie Senior Class play, and several one-act
lays. As an extra-curricular assignment, time crews
Iso vvorlced on civic productions which appeared
n time highschool stage.
lime club tlwis year was lweaded by Jolwn Harriman,
president, peter Davis, vice-president, Sandy Sclw-
aflce, secretary, Milae Matlwews, recording secre-
zary, Tom Beclcer, treasurer, wlwo planned tlie meet-
ngs,alon3 vvnn FAr.Jack Burrougns,tne club ad-
riser. Mrs. Gene Nienow and Mr. Gwen Reppert
also served as advisers.
Sirongmzn, Fulcer, and Becker, T., between scenes.
BOTTOM RCW: Curtis, Belling, Brooks, J., Bergmann, Bunn, Je., Blanlcenburg, Cary, Baldwin, Benton, Buetow, Chapnlislcy, Cameron
MIDDLE ROW: Bertram, Bartman, M., Balza, J., Abendroth, S., Bauer, B., Bailey, B., Christoferson, Casperson J., Baumgarlner, Allen. Blazelc, Barlow.
TOP ROW: Boettcher, R , Benz, Davis, P., Call.
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FRONT RCW' Schwarz, Douglass lfanselow, Lemlce, B.
BACK RCW: Joycv, Wtriss, J., Dimick.
During pep sewions,lootbaH and basket
ball games, the Appleton l-ligh School Pep
Band enlivened the spirit ol both spectators
and teani Studenw vvrote and parhcipated
in excephonal onginal skds vvhich vvere
presented between halves ol many ol our
Comphcded dnhsand vanedlormahons
presented by the Pep Band were viewed
with pleasure by spectators at the home
pep Band underthe duechon ol hAn
Franlt Comella, is a purely extra-curricular
activity and practices were held outside ol
school hours. Students showing outstanding
abihtyin Band are ehgibleto volunteerlor
Bottom row: Sens' , Tank, J,Warnvr, M , Pvhbvin, Meisle, Miller, Mary Le-e, Piepvnburg, Abe-l, Sa , Becker, M , Wzlkinson, Schlatlce. Second ION: Cotton, Malueg, Fulcer
liaser, 5 , Schuh, Da , Dimick, lovc,-,Schwar1, KobaI,Liebergvn Third row: Leonard, John, Davis, P., Fanselow, Erdman, Saibzrlich, J , Shannon, Hackbert, Lemke, B., Cary.
Top row: Schafie-v, Stsirby, Juhnki-. Schnvidev, Evans. D A , Hamilton, Po., Bentle, Bertram, Hoh, D., Douglass.
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Pep, vigor, and vitality, teamed witlm
clweerlulness and good sportsmanslmip per-
lecdy descnpe the Czneedeading Squad ol
line clweerleaders led tlwe clweers wlwiclu
occasionally included acrobatics at pep
sesmons and aH gameg both at Home and
away. Qld clweers were perfected and new
ones onginaed at the reguhr FAonday
New unilorms were tlie dream ol tlwe
clweerleaders tlwis past year. Une ol tlwe
projecm Knrahe moneyto maketnisdream a
realization was time Sale ol small booster
llwe entire squad received muclw recog-
niuon and commendauon lor Ms pemeven
ance and unending support ol tl'1e team.
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B SQUAD: LEFT TO RKEHT: Bloomer, Paul, Weber, R.
A SQUAD: LEFT TG RIGHT: Koller, Deffercling, Schmiege, Lietlien, Boettcl'1er,l2ammer.
Enthusiastic students try to outdo the rabbits with their version of the bunny hop.
Bob Boettcher and Wichmann show how it's
done, at Ushers' Club initiation.
Who put the cloth over the lightbulb?
Junior girls hold their morning coffee klatsch.
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BOTTOM ROW: Deliv, Luedtke, Dohr, Ulwelling, Boecks, Crane, De Decker, Fisher, M., Schulze, J., Bartz, Lake, Glouclemans, Buxton.
MIDDLE ROW: Trainer Felton, I-lomp, King, Smith, K., Piette, Schwendler, Maahs, Odegaard, Johnson, G., Jungers, Kain, Cotton, Horn, Fisher, J.
TOP ROW: Mgr. Pebhein, Mgr. Ruqland, Jobe, l-lelein, Call, Hinzman, Moede, Reetz, Tollefson, Schabo, Coenen, Mueller, Lu., Jooss, .J,, Wenzel, Kirkland, Wink, Meyer, Ja.,
5urprises can happen and forecasters can be wrongl
lhis was proved by the lerrors, who were picked for the
cellar in the Fox River Valley Conference in '54 season.
After ending up in the basement last year, things looked
dim lor the lans and the players, l-lowever, the Dillonmen
did not give up and, like real sportsmen, fought with all
the spirit they had. At the end ol the season they were
rewarded lor their hard work by Finishing in Fifth place,
only one game out ol the First division. lhis 1954 lerror
5quad was a team that more than satisfied the fans and
student body ol their school.
perhaps the highlight ol the season came on a Friday
night midway in the season, when the Dillonmen traveled
to City Stadium, home of the packers, to play the highly
rated Green Bay East Red Devils. That was the game in
which the Orange and Blue toppled East in the Fox River
Valley Conference upset oi the year. l-lere is a recap oi
the story and color ol a line season.
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West ...., .,.. 7 0 'l45 34
Oshkosh .... .... 6 'l T46 60
East ....... .... 4 3 143 55
Manitowoc. . . ..,. 4 3 99 6,l
Appleton. . . ,... 3 4 83 96
Fondy ..... .... Q 5 58 179
Central. . . .... 1 6 40 154
North. . , .... 'l 6 60 'l35
Jubilant Terrors after walloping Fondy are Louis Horn 1181, Jim Tollefson
1521, Jim Maahs l131and Jerry Johnson 1401.
Terrors ........ 7 Menasha ......
Terrors ........ 33 Fondy, .
Terrors ........ 'I3 North. .
Terrors .. . 7 East. . . .
Terrors .... O Qshkosh
Terrors .... Q3 Central.
Terrors . . . O West. . .
Terrors .... 7 Manty. .
With the blocking or Odegaard 1171 and Schwendler making a
large opening, Jerry Johnson slams into the East line.
MENASHA. The Terrors opened their season at Butte
des Morts Field against their old rivals from Menasha.
Appleton jumped off to a quick lead on a pass from Bob
Jobe to Jim Maahs. From there on, the game was strictly
a defensive battle. Both teams threatened many times, but
the soggy turf and tight defensive lines prevented any
further scoring. The final score was 7-O, a perfect ending
for a tight, suspenseful season-opener.
POND DU LAC. The Grange and Blue opened their
conference season with a smashing 33-7 victory over
Fondy. The Whiting Field fans were thrilled time after
time as the Terrors exploded with truly spectacular offen-
sive play. Sophomore Jim Schulze started the scoring by
going through tackle for 4 yards after setting up a touch-
down with a Q8-yard jaunt. Fondy came right back to
score and make a tie game. The Terrors went ahead for
keeps on a Q7-yard run by Schulze. Beautiful scythelike
blocking produced the next two Terror scores on spec-
zd Halfback Jim Schulze streaks wide and awa m
y , , ' y fro Fondy de-
lers as he rolls up a big gain.
The unsung heroes of a Football team are its trainers and man-
agers. Here trainer Jim Felton assisted by Coach Ray Hamann
helps Jim Schulze off the field.
tacular runs of 96 yards by Schulze and a 61 -yard scamper
by Jim Kirkland. Austin Cotton closed the Terror scoring
with a thrilling 96-yard play.
SHEBQVGAN NORTH. The Terrors played host to
Sheboygan North, and the Golden Raiders, led by Tom
Ahl, jumped off to a quick 'I3-O first period lead. l'low-
ever, the A.l'l.S. boys fought back. A 3-yard dive by
Jerry Johnson and an end run good for 'IO yards by Bob
Jobe put the Terrors back in the game and tied the score
at halftime. The second half was a "rock 'em sock 'emu
affair until Ahl broke through the Appleton line for 60
yards and a touchdown. The terrors were unable to score
and were defeated, 'IQ-13.
GREEN BAY EAST. The inspired Terrors moved on to
East to play one of the state's best teams, The Appleton
line led by Co-Captains Carl Schwendler and Jim Maahs
along with Marv l'linzman, l-lans Moede, Carl Piette and
Lou Mueller displayed one of the greatest defensive shows
Using Dick Odegaard as interference, Austin Cotton picks up sizable
yardage on a wide end sweep.
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The Terror offensive line in action, Odegaard 1171, Schwendler 1461, Moede 1382, and Jungers 1501, pushes back the
Fondy line as an Appleton back plows through.
in conference history. East played an equally good defen-
sive game. lhen with a fourth down in the third quarter,
Diclc Qdegard heaved a beautiful pass from the East 'li
yard line to Jim Maahs who made a magnificent catch in
the end zone. Jim Meyer booted the extra point as the
'ferrors upset East in a great game.
QSHKQSH. The Homecoming game was a battle be-
tween the Terrors and the Qshlcosh lndians, but it wasn't
Appleton's day. Qshlcosh with its big fullbaclc, Dave
Krause, completely dominated play throughout the whole
game, The Dillonmen suffered their worst defeat of the
SHEBOYGAN CENTRAL. The hot and cold Appleton
eleven got baclt on the winning traclc by slamming Central
Q3-O. Cotton led off the scoring with a buck from the
one yard line. A Q7-yard pass from Jobe to Maahs led
to another Appleton score. ln the second half Jobe threw
another touchdown pass to Cotton, good for Q7 yards.
The Grange and Blue also scored a safety as they bloclced
a Central punt in the end zone. Jim Meyer added three
End Jim Reetz maneuvers between two East defenders in an
effort to catch a long pass near the East end zone.
conversions to finish the scoring.
GREEN BAY WEST. The lerrors invaded West Stadium
only to go down to defeat Q6-O. Actually the Appleton
gridders played a much better game than the score in-1
dicates, but they simply couldrft find that final punch.
MANITOWOC. The Terrors closed their season
against the visiting Shipbuilders. Manitowoc had scored
two touchdowns before Diclc Qdegard was able to
penetrate the Shipbuilder goal on a Q-yard plunge. Manty
scored again in the final quarter. The lerrors were unable
to hit paydirt, and the final score was 19-7.
At the annual football dinner, Jim Maahs was named
"Most Valuable Player." The team elected Jim Coenen
and Jerry Johnson as co-captains for the '55 season.
Carl Schwendler and Diclc piette were honored by
being named to the All-Conference first team.
The future loolcs bright for Terror football fans as Coach
Dillon has many returning lettermen and many bright
Pile-driving fullback Jim Kirkland smashes through
the opponents' line and roars into the secondary
for a long gain.
Appleton ..... 6 Manitowoc ...... Q7
Appleton ..... 7 Green Bay East. . .'l8
Appleton ..... 'IB Oshkosh ........ 0
Menasha ........ 6
Green Bay West. . 0
Appleton ..... 7
Appleton ..... 'l9
Appleton l-ligh School's J. V. gridders started their
Five-game campaign in a slow iashion as they went down
to defeat in their First two encounters. l'lowever, the
Bees rallied in the remaining games to close the season
with three victories against two setbacks. As the sea-
son progressed, Coach Gus Ediger's ironmen corrected
the defensive gaps which had plagued them in their
The "B" gridders opened at Manitowoc. The host
team scored the First two times it had the ball. Appleton's
lone touchdown came on a pass from Bob l-lietpas to
Bruce Kobs. Manitowoc scored two more tallies in
ruining the opening bid of the Junior lerrors. The final
score was Q7-6. For their second game, Appleton in-
vaded Green Bay East. The Junior Terrors couldn't
seem to get the breaks as they again finished on the short
end of the scorefthis time the count being to the tune
The Junior 'lerrors hit the win column when they
trekked to Oshkosh for their third encounter. The Ap-
pleton defense did not permit the Junior lndians to
Salentine appears in trouble as Jooss attempts to clear the way.
penetrate the Appleton's 30. Lineman Jack l2ademacher's
recovering ol an end zone fumble, a Q0-yard pass play
from Bruce Kobs to Jerry Olm, and a 30-yard intercep-
tion return by Kobs were the three plays that gave
Appleton an 18-O victory. The next contest savv the
Menasha Jayvees invade the lair oi the Junior lerrors.
The contest was mainly a defensive battle with each
team frequently exchanging possession oi the ball. Ap-
pleton's touchdown was set up on a 50-yard run by
Boyd Grimmer, which placed the ball on Menasha's 'l5.
From there, an aerial from Bob l-lietpas to Bruce Kobs
gave Appleton their touchdown. Jerry Olm booted the
pigskin through the uprights forthe extra point. A tough
Appleton team held the ioe to one T. D. and eventually
won 7-6. ln their closing game the Appleton Jayvees
played host to Green Bay West. Boyd Grimmar scored
Appleton's First touchdown on a Q5-yard reverse. The
next time Appleton had possession, Bob l"lietpas took
it over in two plays from the West. The third touchdown
was scored by l-lietpas again after two tries from the
ten. Jerry Olm kicked the only extra point ol the day.
Appleton's defense again played stalwart ball as the
Junior lerrors closed with a T9-0 triumph.
BACK ROW: Lecy, Pademacher, Schaffer, Gutreunter, Jury, Thibert, Homes, Verkuilen, D., Verrier, Nowak, U.
THIRD ROW: Coach Ecliger, Eisch, Krautsch, Miller, J., Peterson, Ra., Jooss, P., Stringham, Dittmer, Heegeman, L., Grimmer, B., Coach Zimmerman
SECOND POW: Bauman, Steger, Lust, Olson, Piette, R., Hoffman, P., Witzke, D., Alton, Rendell, Ahrens, J. W., Thurber, Van Horn.
FRONT ROW: Busch, Kobs, Bronstad, Hietpas, Jungers, Olm, Salentine, Piette, F., Eggert.
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FRVC Standings 1954-'55
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Qgnlllxinvgf n E ,,.l '11 3 Appleton's 1954-55 basl4etball squad posted a respectable 14-7
Appleton .IIIIAE ,,.. Q 5 seasons record. lvlost of these losses could have been Terror vvins,
G,een gay East ..'- NHIA 9 5 for in their five defeats in conference play, the lerrors lost by a
Green Bay Wegt lVln,-v, 6 3 total difference of 19 points, an average of less than four points
Sheboygan Nonn -'-,.lI 6 8 per game. As it Was, Appleton was a serious threat, game after game.
Sheboygan Central ,,.. . 4 10 The lerrors' offense vvas one of the tops in the league. ln Q1
Fond dn Lde ,l444.., in Q 14 games, they rolled in a total of 1309 points, an average of 62.33
Appleton 63 Kimberly 54
Appleton 57 Nlenasha 55
Appleton 54 Neenah 65
Appleton 64 Stevens point 58
Appleton 48 Kimberly 58
Appleton 65 Kaulcauna 61
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points per game' the highest in the history of A. l-l. 8.
The Emanuelmen came very close to the magic forty percent marlt
in field goal shooting and the lerrors put the bonus rule to good use,
as they hit for a sizzling 625 per cent from the charity line.
FQND DU LAC'-Appleton inaugurated its league play by slamming
the vvealc Cardinal quintet, 69-37. Steinvvedel led all scoring vvith
SHEBQVGAN NQRTH -Wlhe Golden Raiders, with their best
team in years, won 54-50 over a cold Terror team that got only one
goal in the final period. Close notched 18 points, 14 of them on
charity tosses. Maahs tallied 14 points.
GREEN BAY EAST-Coach Emanuefs proteges got back on the
vvinning trail with a 57-50 victory. Krabbe led the balanced Terror
attaclc with 16 points, which included a scorching 10-for-10 from
the foul line.
Al West Jim Godfrey
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CSHKOSH -Appleton nipped previously undefeated Qshlcosh
47-46. Krabbe was the hero in the win, as he scored the linal points,
including the tying and winning margins with two lree throws,
when only three seconds remained in the game.
SHEBOYGAN Cl5Nll2Al.flhe lerrors shot lor a red-hot 43.6
percent average from the lield to beat ollensive-minded Central at
its own game, 59-52.
GREEN BAY WEST ' lhe 'lerrors made it Four straight conlerence
wins by cleleating Xllfest, 6Q-55. The lerrors scoring balance again
profited, with each ol the starters scoring between eight and thirteen
MAIXIITGWOC The ilerrors lost 59-55, as they linished the lirst
hall ol the campaign at Nlanty. ln the linal three minutes, the lerrors
uncorlced a WQ point comebaclc led by Krabbe, but the 5hips always
lcept a step ahead, Wadsworth and Close each collected 16 points.
FOND DU LAC Appleton setan all-time school record lor points
in this F. R. V. C. game and shot lield goals at an amazing 58.5 per
cent in trampling Fondy, 86-65.
SHEBQYGAN NQl2ll-lflhe lerrors revenged their loss at
North with a 49-45 win. During the game, the score was knotted
l7 times before Appleton pulled ahead lor good with 3' l5l'
Krabbe. . .
Nlaahs. . .
Moede. . .
Lou Horn Dick llehfeldt
The Terror cagers form an "A with senior manager Jim Bartz Clem
and coach Dick Emanuel in the middle
Horn displays his hard-driving
GREEN BAY EAST Appleton blew what seemed to
be a sale 14-point lead with ten minutes to play, to drop a
heart breaking 68-67 contest. Xllfadsworth netted Q0
Q51-lKQ5l'l lhough Appleton outshot Qshkosh from
the lield Q7 baislcets to QQ lor a dazzling 492 per cent
rate, superior height and 34 lree throws gave Qshlcosh
the nod, 78-73. Close garnered Q1 points and Wads-
worth tossed in 18.
51-lEBC.PVGAN CENTRAL Appleton again outclassed
the Rwdmen, this time by a 61-44 count. Steinwedel led
the lerrors scoring parade with 19 points.
GREEN BAY WE5l lhe lerrors again turned baclc the
Wildcats lor the sixth straight year, this time to the tune ol
67-63. Steinwedel, with Q9 points, established the highest
A. H. 5. individual scoring leat in two seasons.
MANITQWQC The Terror cagers concluded their
conference actions, bowing to the Shipbuilders in a thrill-
ing overtime battle, 68-63. The score at the end of regula-
Steinwedel breaks through the Oshkosh defense lor a shot attempt, as Close
awaits a possible rebound.
tion time was 60-60. Close hit the cords lor Q1 points,
13 ol them on lree throws.
ln post season action, Appleton won two and lost one
to take the Menasha-Kimberly regional consolation cham-
pionship ol the annual WlAA baslcetball tournament.
Appleton was the only team to place five men on the
Fox River Valley All-Conference teams lor 1954-55.
Krabbe made the all-conference lirst team as a guard.
Wadsworth ained a forward berth on the second team,
while ,lacl4 glose, center, Bob Steinwedel, lorward and
Jim lVlaahs, guard, received honorable mention.
Close and lVlaahs were chosen by their teammates as
honorary co-captains lor 1945-55 season. Close also
received the most valuable player award. Besides Close
and Maahs, Coach Emanuel awarded monograms to
seniors, Wadsworth, Krabbe, Steinwedel, Jobe, and
West. lvvo juniors, l.ou Horn and .lim Ray were also letter
winners as was senior manager ,lim Bartz.
"Out of my way" seems to be Wadsworth's expression as he
drives around a Fondy defender.
Maahs takes to the airways over the out-stretched
arm ol an East Red Devil.
With muscles straining, Weds
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Fond du Lac 31
Stevens Point 42
Jim Schulze drives . . . scores.
The Junior Terrors finished their 1954-55 campaign
breaking even in eighteen games. The team, under Coach
John Graff, had hot and cold streaks throughout the
season, Cn some occasions they were able to beat anyone
and other times just the opposite was true. Their conference
record was also even with seven wins and seven defeats.
The Sparkplugs of this Jayvee team were its two speedy
guards, Jim Schulze and Dave Ehlke. Schulze led the team
in scoring, followed by forward, Mike Ulwelling, The
other regular forward spot was occupied by either Jerry
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Ulm or Mike Wenzel. Jim Rudolf and Jerry Verrier
shared the center position. Coach Graff used many different
combinations during the season, looking for a winning
The conference championship was won by Sheboygan
North, who was undefeated in fourteen games, followed
by Green Bay West with an eleven-win and three-loss
record. The Junior Terrors tied with Qshkosh for fourth
BACK: Schwebs, Kobs, Uiweiiin ,Olm, Fisher, Riley, Jury, Verrier, Rudolf, Schabo, Wenzel, Busch, Schulze, Ehlke.
FRONT- Voecks, Coach Graff, Nfelier.
Bob Jungers and Captain Austin Cotton work their ' '
legs into shape.
"Watch me son and you'll set a new record," Up and over goes Louie Horn.
is what Coach lgxner could be saying to pro-
spective shot putter Bill Fraser.
With a shortage of returning lettermen, Coach Don
Exner heavily relied on the junior and sophomore tracl4sters
to produce consistent point vvinners. The Terror lhinclads
led by Captain Austin Cotton opened the season's events
at the West Relays in Madison.
The team's mainstays included Carl Piette, hurdles, Jerry
King, pole vault, Bolo Jungers and Bill Dohr, sprinters.
Among the leadin junior candidates vvere l-lans
Moede, John Jooss, ilarry Eslcevv, Jerry Johnson and
Jim Fisher, John Yonan, Bob Peterson, Milce Lllvvelling
and Jim Schulze vvere the leading prospects in a huge
A class meet was introduced this year to help Coach
lfxner piclc out his big men. All three classes had four men
in each event.
ln the Madison Relays the lerrors lor the second suc-
cessive year placed lourteenth, their six points having been
earned on two fourth places in the medley relay and by
Jerry King in the vault.
Appleton as usual laced a very difficult schedule. ln
addition to the State meet, conlerence traclc and relay meet,
and the Madison West Relays, the Orange and Blue met
Manitowoc, Stevens point and Green Bay East and West.
BOTTOM POW: Simon, Ro., Fraser, W.. Hillman, Theusen, Bartz, King, Piette, C., Cotton, Joloe, Jungers, B., Dohr, Otte, Johnson, Horn, L,, Felton.
SECOND POW- Hoffman, E., lineup, Ulwelling, Jochman, Verbriclc, Flanagan, Eslcew, Moede, Jooss, Delie, Jury, Schulze, Lecy, Salentine, Dittmer, Busch.
THIRD POW' Schaffer, Rudolf, Verlzuilen, D., Anderson, P., Ehllce, Yonan, Madden, Wink, Verrier, Gloudemans, Peterson, Jooss, Stringham, Schabo, Junger, J.
TOP POW- Mgrs. Potter, McClanahan, Halza, Becker, Schwebs, Kain, Piette, F., Hietpas, Thibert, Luedtke, Smith, Assistant Coach Kuemmerlein, Head Coach Exner,
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KNEEUNG: Zuelzke, Meyer, T., Brudniclc, DeDecker, Riley, D., Krause, D., Peterson.
STONDBNE: Coach Dillon, Langdok, Riley, C., Rehfeldt, R., Brislce, Brinker, l-lerzberg, Kasten, R., Hafeman, Nass, Kobs, Beall, Manager
an yn oven.
ABSENTEES are Erdman, Jenneriahn, T., Souders, and Strieby.
STRING ALONG WITH THE NETTERS
With the appearance of spring, the Terror netters toolc to the courts. Coach Ade
Dillon had only one returning letterman, sophomore Daril Riley. The lettermen, who
were lost by graduation, were Dave Kneip, Bill Schmidt, Ralph Schutz, and Bill
Weiland. Seniors Dave Krause and Ben DeDecl4er, who served on last year's squad
and displayed steady improvement, were billed for top spots. Junior l-lyman
Brudniclc and freshman Chuclc Riley were other likely prospects, in the pre-season
outloolc. An encouraging number of boys greeted Coach Dillon at the dawn of
l-lome and away matches toolc place with Green Bay East, Neenah, and Mena-
sha. The Terrors also played Manitowoc and Oshkosh, each in a match. Appleton
finished its campaign competing in the conference meet at Manitowoc on May Qi.
The Terrors placed fifth in last season's meet,
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BOTTOM ROW' Theycl, Laux, A , Lesselyong, Vandenberg. BOTTOM POW: Dietz, Kerrigan, Fowler, J., Fraser, B., Evers.
TOP ROW: fisher, Daniels, Wendt, R., Kasten, R., Drall. TOP ROW: Staedt, Kronberg, Lallose, Stevenson, Hendricks, D.
BOTTOM POW' Baurain, Riordan, Kiley, Johnson, S., Ellenbeclcer, J.
TOP ROW: Fischer, Mi., Sonnleitner, Felton, Martin, D., Fiellcow.
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BOTTOM ROW: Freiberg, Nieland, Brueggeman, Da , Kroll, Kositslce, Ro.
TOP ROW: Otto, C., Borsche, Kramlich, Alrmentins, McGowan,
For twenty-live winter weeks the
Arcade Bowling Alleys was the scene
ol many thrills and much excitement.
Those sharing in the lun were the boys
who participated in the Friday night
The league, which is a member ol the
American Junior Bowling Congress,
consisted ol eight teams which were
sponsored by Appleton merchants anc
businessmen. This was a leading activity
in the intramural program. This year's
officers were: Ronnie Kositslce, presi-
dent, Dennis Daniels, vice-president,
Phil Freiberg, secretary, Jim Drall,
publicity and Jerry Krull, typist.
The 1954-55 season was highlighted
by the Christmas mixed doubles tourna-
ment and the all-star bowling event,
which pitted twenty students against
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BOTTOM POW: Erdman, Steinberg, P., Hinzman, Totten.
MIDDLE POW: DeDeclrer, Dohr, W., Rademacher, Pendall, R.
TOP ROW: Thibert, Miller, J., Kneip, C., Nowak, S.
SATURDAY MORNING BASKETBALL
Getting up earIy on Saturday morning, displaying
much pep and energy and practicing good sportmanship
are among the requirements lor team participation in
Saturday morning basketball.
For ten winter weeks, the American and National
Leagues, into which the various teams were divided,
competed in many hard Fought battles. Each team was
sponsored by an Appleton merchant who paid the
The league under the direction ol Coach Lawrence
Witzke, was a part of the intramural program and open
to all sophomore, junior and senior boys except those
who played varsity basketball.
Top scorer for the National League was Dick Mader
with 154 points Iollowed by Dick Odegard with 'I53
points. Don Otto with Q05 points Iollowed by Don
Euelzke with 'I36 points headed the American League
Topping the National League was the police Team
with a record ol IO wins and no losses. An identical
record was compiled in the American League by
FRONT ROW: Coenen, Johnson, G., Meder, ll., Heegeman, Odegard.
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MIDDLE TZOW. Cochrane, Busch, Kobs, Tinley, gtardl,
TOP ROW Vyse, Jury, Hill, C., Schabo
BACK POW- Fisher, ll., Priebe, K., Krause, D., Meyer, Ja.
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BOTTOM POW: Batley, Crane, Ja., Zwerg, Call, A.
MIDDLE POW: Tierney, Kirkland, Mullen, J.
TOP ROW' I-lillman, Horn, D.
BOTTOM POW: Luedtke, C., Jungers, J., Verlruilen, D., Steger, Olson, R.
MIDDLE ROW: Funk, Zuelzke, Kam, Swanton.
TOP ROW: Theyel, Knoke, G.
l-lard-packed thrills and high-povvered enthusiasm vvere
shared by all who participated in the Girls' Athletic As-
sociation this year. The girls met during the noon hours
and each Friday afternoon lor an exciting game oi basket-
ball, volleyball, softball, or tennis. The members also vvere
in charge oi the concession stand at the basketball games.
The sports heads vvere: basketball, Mona Qlson
and Vera Krueger, volleyball, Peggy Frieders and Evelyn
Bjerkvold, softball, Beatrice Le Moine and Joanne
Boettcher, tennis, Mary Kneip and l-lelen La Violette.
Miss Pauline Gaertner and Miss Patricia Gibbons were
the club advisers.
Top picturqfronlrow: Miller, Y , Krueger, V, Bierkvold, E , Frieders, Hartmann, M., Mauthe, back row: Worden, P., Cook, F, Cook,.1.,Krausv,L,,Taubel,C., Mader,
S , Stark, K , Middle piclure,fron! row: Povhr, Prashvr, S , 52001, M , Stark, M , Hooyman, EI ,Blankenburgy Krueger, F , ilehieldt, La Violrttw, .l , lhschig, Bergmann, A,
buck row: Haagv, Krueger, Au , Tvmpir, M , Steen, Wammer, Eisch, K, Glass, Bierlrvold, R, Birchler, Brinkman, C , Boltom picture, front row: Wolfir, A , Zordvl, Pollack,
paul, Merks'l, Schroeder, S , Hartmann, M, Mauel, Holcomb, Janet Le Fevre, Holcomb, Janice, Kruckebcrg, W , buck row: Steiner, M, Yinncrgan, Goodwin, Tank, S,
Belling, Think, S , Luepkf, Kiihr Krviling, lu , Huth, Sullivan
"Stril4el or at least a spareln was the prayer every girl
breathed as her ball rolled down the bowling alley. The
tension was great each Monday and Wednesday afternoon
after school as the members ol the Appleton l-ligh School
Bowling Club met at the Arcade Bowling Alleys lor a
session ol their lavorite sport. ln the fall, beginners were
taught the Fundamentals ol the game and the more advanced
bowlers worked to reach the perfect score ol 300. Ex-
citement ran especially high during the Christmas holidays,
when the annual mixed doubles were held.
The bowling heads were Janice l'last and Sue Van
l2yzin. lhe club was under the advisership ol Miss Patricia
Gibbons and Miss Pauline Gaertner.
Top picture, fron! row: Lutz, Kluge, Klippness, Kohl, D., Kese, Gresl, Behnke, Fraser, N., Casperson, J., Lemlre, P., Simon, P.: back row: Tornow, Bierman, Peot, Mathy.
Middle picture, hon! row: Miller, Y., Bjerkvold, E., Colavecchi, Seidl, P., Drier, Winter, Wautlet, Seton, L., Nymeon, Heller, B., Calling, C., Schmit, E., back row: l-lorn
M., Hoerning, Davis, Ju., Ferron, Krull, Birkholz, Cooney, Schimmelpfennig, Schroeder, S., Thurlc, S., Vanden Boom, Welson, Bollom picture, fron! low: Schultz, Y., Mauel
Holcomb, Janice, Jenneryahn, D., Bartmann, D., Hast, Kositzlce, J., Bock, Berben, D., back row: Van Ryzin, S., Leimer, Ju., Bohatschelr, Bowers, Piette, J, Knaack, Ward
Bieritz, Kositzlre, G., Verbruggen.
Wdfz ancfdlana. . .
Although the Curling Club has been
in existence for some Five years, this is
the First year that it has appeared in the
The members ol the club met every
Tuesday for ten weelcs at the Appleton
Curling Club. It is part of the intra-
mural program and under the able
supervision ol Coach Lawrence Witzke.
The curling league is composed ol
six rinl4s. The captain ol each rink is
called the HSlcip." The skips in this
year's contest Were: Austin Cotton,
Bill Dohr, Dave Krause, Jim Crane, Ed
Schrage, and Bob Lal2ose and Ben
DeDeclcer, vvho formed the HLaDe"
The rinl4 that came out on top in
league competition won the Steinberg
Event. Each member ol the winning
5'0l""'f1"fC""fA-r5C"'dHef0"e rinlc had his name put on a plaque
which hangs in Coach Witzke's ollice.
At the end ol league play, all teams
participated in a bonspiel.
BOTTOM ROW: Kehbein, Gloudemans, Cotton, Dohr, W., Krause, D., Crane, Ja., Zwerg, Batley, Schuh, Da.
TOP ROW: Erdman, Bartman, Rif, Lallose, Piette, Ri., Rugland, DeDecker, Balza, T., Larson, Witzke, D., Meyer, T., Asmussen, Alcmentins.
The Tumbling Club found more than
enough to lceep themselves busy. Be-
ginning with ground tumbling, they
vvorlced up to such things as the parallel
and horizontal bars, flying rings, horses,
and the trampoline. Besides these body-
building aetivities, the club provided
Sparkling entertainment between the
halves ol several basketball games.
The Tumbling Club is an example ol
the intramural program at its best with
the members participating solely lor
the lun and enjoyment they find. There
is no formal organization within the
club. Members are not required to
With Coach David Black as adviser,
the club, consisting of sophomore
junior, and senior boys and girls, met
every Monday during the baslcetball
BELOW: De Shaney, Holcomb, Ja., LeVee, Eggerlf ABOVE: McGowan, Douglass, E., Massey, Colton,
King, CS., Crane, Ja., Buxton,
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BOTTOM ROW: Bruggeman, R., Hamilton, C., Luebke, I., Mauel, LeVee, Hafeman, Coach Black,
MIDDLE ROW: Hotfman, R., Yonan, J., Buxton, Hamilton, K., Schlude, Simon, R., Bronsted.
TOP ROW: Beschta, J., Borsche, One, Madden, Piette, F., Stringham, Gebheim.
7!t6lyL aim :JL
lf you are an aspiring William lell, the Archery Club is the organization lor you.
A periect opportunity For having lun and gaining practical experience with the bow
and arrow is provided.
The Club, which this year boasted a membership ol some sixty students, started
in the lall under the direction ol Coach David Blaclc. The First iew meetings were
devoted to the lundamentals of archery. Learning to aim and shoot was the next step.
lhe newcomers to the sport can develop archery skills, the experienced can be-
come experts and all members will acquire a worthwhile future hobby, thus carrying
out the aims of this organization.
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FRONT ROW: Elsner, Peot,
Ouella, D, Hamilton, K.,
Hintz, Witzlce, Mathy,
BACK ROW: Petit, De Brall,
Krause, L., Ahrens, P., Bentlz,
Dietz, Stark, J., l-lerzberg,
FRONT ROW: Hietpas, G.
Strehmel, Beilke Turzinski
Bauer, J., Simon, R., Lembcke
BACK ROW: Seehawer, Kno
stenberg, M., Kreiling, L. A.
Fowler, S., Cihalf, Schultz
BOTTOM ROW: Olsen, W.
Seeger, Witzke, T., Lembcke
Rosenberg, R., Boetlcher, R.
P., Turzinski, Smith, S., Halver
son, M., Uecker, l-l., Hietpas
G., Doberstein, C.
TOP ROW: Seehawer, Weiss
N., Petit, Fowler, S., Ahrens
P., Kreiling, L. A., Doberstein
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"Thank you, thank you, ladies and gentlemen" . . . Jerry Lecy alias Liberace
Sparlfed by emcees ,lim Wink and lvlilce Ulvvelling, sixty-
live members of the class oi 'l957 developed a shovv that
proved their talents, vvithout a doubt, to faculty and upper-
classmerr alike. They chose Ed Sullivan's ul-oast oi the
Town' as their theme and a variety shovv vvas created
worthy ol its name.
The shovv opened vvith a ten-girl interpretation of Hihe
Captain l-lal Show" and continued vvith HGoldy Locks
and the Three Spacemend' Next on the program were
several dance numbers which ranged from the grace and
Emcees of "Toast ofthe Town" Mike
Ulweiling and Jim Wink.
beauty of modern dance, to the highland fling and the
capers oi delightful horses.
Received vvell by the audience were an outstanding
acrobatic number by Diane De Shaney, a chorus number
"Cn Top of Qld Smoky," Featuring Daril Riley as soloist,
a comedy sltit by Sue Briese and Riclcy Nlclntyre, and Jerry
l.ecy's ovvn impersonation of l.iberace.
This excellent shovv which was produced and directed
by Mr. Jack Burroughs and Miss Ruth Mclfennan with the
help of senior students, closed on the notes ot an original
version of Hgchool Daysf,
Even horses do Mambos.
Four Scotsman highland-flinging. Jane Ottman,
Betsy Schroeder and Lynn Roeck.
lt's all a matter of opinion. Ron Johnson, Mary Ann
Stark, Jane Roehr, Gary Mongon.
lt's a touchdown!
Qu '7maaa4 Qu!
Homecoming, a high light of the school year, started
Thursday Qctober 16 with our first pep session. Humorous
slcits, songs, cheers and rousing band music stimulated
typical Al-iS. school spirit. Saturday morning sixteen
floats representing various clubs and organizations bravely
paraded College Avenue despite the vvintry chill in the
air. Qrchesis toolc first place honors in the serious division
and Hclarionn vvallced off with the coveted blue ribbon
in the humorous category.
Excitement ran high that afternoon at Whiting Field but
Appleton suffered a crushing defeat from the Qshlcosh
By evening the Appleton student body rallied and a
large crowd enjoyed the climaxing dance. Those dapper
young men of humor, Bob Schloss and Richard Hamilton
emceed the evenings entertainment of school talent.
Through the co-operation of the team, faculty, cheer-
leaders, band and student committees, Appleton High
School experienced a successful i954 homecoming.
"Aw, come on, ive us a hompom," say Bruce
Benson and Tom Wadsworth to committee mem-
bers Pat Piepenburg, Anne Boronow, Mary
Schommer, Nancy De Noble, and Jo Anne Steege.
The Orchesis float predicts our victory.
"My poor--little brother Denny!" exclaims the scheming Lynn
Nelson to the surprised Roy Stohlman, while Roger Hamilton
watches, quite puzzled.
-"Thank You Doctor"
Nurse Molly O'Keefe lets out a terrified scream when the menta
patient Eric Erdman turns upon her.
-"Thank You Doctor'
The first in Curtain Calls series of one-act plays
was a farce comedy entitled, Hlhanlc You Doctor."
fVlrs. Lester, Lynn Nelson, a positive and vivacious
vvoman, had developed a fool--proof scheme to steal
a strand of pearls. She invents an imaginary brother
whom she tries to commit to a mental institution in
her efforts to divert the guilt, The action of this play
tal4es place in the office of Dr, Gurney. The doctor,
played by Roger Hamilton, tries to help lvlrs. Lester
with her problem, Throughout the play a detective,
Eric Erdman, disguised as a mental patient, tries to
track dovvn Mrs. Lester vvith evidence. l-lis antics
as a mental patient cause many frightening moments
for the doctors capable assistant, Molly Qlfeefe,
and provide the humor for this play. ln the end Mrs,
Lester, vvho tries to convince the doctor that the
jeweler delivering the pearls is her brother, is
finally caught in her ovvn vveb.
A lonely country inn and mysterious beckoning
music drifting across the vvindsvvept moor provide
the setting for "Will o' the Wisp.,' As the scene
opens, a feeble minded old woman, Neal Dohr, is
talking to herself and to a strange, ragged mute,
Polly fVlcGravv, who huddles on the hearth. A
sophisticated city lady, Janet Gresenz, and her little
maid, Sue LeVee, enter. The lofty lady has come to
discover her husbands attachment to the inn. Shortly
after she retires that evening, the mystic solitude of a
moorland night descends, Suddenly, a vveird be-
vvitching light fills the room as haunting music re-
"So what's to become of me now," remarks the simple little
old lady, Neal Dohr, in "Will O' the Wisp."
sounds throughout the house. It is not until the mute
starts a rhythmic dance to this mysterious melody that
the audience realizes that she is the "Will o' the
Wisplll At this point, the haughty guest, seemingly
hypnotized by the '4Will o' the Wisp,,' drifts out
onto the sleeping moors, despite the protests oi the
terrified maid, never to return ....
"Stolen ldentityn is a heartwarming story ol a
lonely soldier boy. Bruce Benson played this lonely
fellow who imposed on the McKee lamily as their
long lost son Brad. Trigger pomroy, played by John
McGowan, is Brad's close friend and the only one
who lcnows his real identity. The soldier falls in love
with his supposed sister Mary, Joanne Wichman,
who secretly suspects that Brad is not her real
brother. The play ends quite happily when Brad and
Mary become engaged. Qther persons of the cast
were: Mary Sue Klein as the patient and trusting
Mrs. McKee, Toni Schmirler in the part oi the gay
neighbor girl Stella, Milly Bubolz as Brads former
girl, and the loquacious newspaper reporter, Janet
Credit for the success of these one-act plays goes
to Mrs. Virley Brown, director, Neal Dohr, student
director ol 'Stolen ldentity," Mr. Jacl4 Burroughs,
producer, and Mrs, Gene Nienow, malce-up.
I didn't know brothers could be so nice," Joio Wichman informs
Bruce Benson in "Stolen Identity."
'Don'l go, it's the 'Will O' the Wispl' " warns the terrified maid, Sue "You two are coming with me, like it or not!" orders high
LeVee, to her mistress, Janet Gresenz. hatted John McGowan to Milly Bubolz and Toni Schmirler
STANDING: LeVee, Esbensen, Dohr, C.
SEATED: Edge, Root.
The humorous declamation contest, which is also
a tradition, was presented on December first under
the direction ol Mr. Kenneth Sager.
For his outstanding presentation of "New
Yawl4," Bill Meisle was awarded iirst place. This
semi-original declamation was a riotous narration
of a quaint old Englishman's adventures in the big
Barbara l2osenberg's superb personifications of
HGertrude the Governessn from the laughable
Stephen Leacoclc essay, portrayed sophisticated
"Number Pleasefi by Edna Means, was an
amusing story of an innocent telephone operator's
trials and tribulations with many impatient callers.
This gay comedy was interpreted by Nancy C
The slapsticlc comedy presented by Ann Peotter
was entitled Hlombstones and lomlooleryf' by
l.. R. Linsenmayer. This was a tale ol how a radio
show tried to sell none other than luminous tomb-
ln the laughable declamation, "Belvedere," by
Glen Davenport, Mary l-lalverson portrayed the
greatly accomplished gentleman. The events in
this man's family life were quite hilarious.
Appleton High Schools traditional serious
declamation contest was presented on Novem-
ber T7 under the direction oi Miss Ruth Mc-
Mary Root was awarded First place for her
presentation ol "Bumbo, the Clown," a touch-
ing story of a little boy's adoration lor a
circus clown, written by Lawrence Gibson.
"A Pair of Shoes," by Herbert l-lagedorn,
was the dramatic narration ol an Italian shoe-
mal4er's joys and sorrows. This was a heart-
warming interpretation given by Edith Es-
The solemn portrayal of a heroic war nurse's
unusual courage was Sue LeVee's declama-
tion. It was entitled "The Nurse Who Forgot
Fear" by lrving Elman and Arnold Schulman.
"Michael," a story of an orphan English
boy and his devoted guardian, was written
by Josephine Bacon. The tragedies of this
little boy during the war was the serious theme
of Mary Edges declamation.
Neal Dohr gave an excellent cutting from
Verne powers' "High Window.'i This was a
suspense-Filled drama ol an old woman who
blamed her son for the dreadful crime that she
STANDING: Miller, N. C., Meisle, Rosenberg.
SEATED: Halverson, Peotter, A.
"God bless us, everyone!" Left to right: Dohr, W., Polislcy, Mclntyre, Goehler, McGowan,
A miserly old man, made famous by Charles Dicltens,
came to lile on the Appleton l-ligh School stage, on
December 16, 1954.
Scrooge lived again his drab, desolate lile. l'lis heart,
as usual, was as hard and cold as a cement bloclc. Poor
Bob Cratchit was Fully aware of that tact, too.
But over night Ebenezer Scrooge became a nevv and
lovable old man. l-lis heart and eyes were enlightened,
and he gladly joined the truly human race.
What changed Scrooge? Why, everyone knows! l-le
had a visit from three ethereal ghosts, the Ghost ol
Christmas Past, the Ghost ol Christmas Present, and the
Ghost of Christmas Future. With them he toolc three
heart-rending trips to each respective time.
The cast included: Bill Meisle as Scrooge, Bob Sigman,
narrator, Bill Dohr, Bob Cratchit, Eric Erdman, Fred,
Richard l-lamilton, the gentleman, Mona Qlson, the
houselceeper, Marlc Cohen, Marleyis Ghost, Colleen
Christenson, Christmas past, Jim Crane, Fezzivvig, Jerry
Lecy, Wilkins, Bob Schloss, young Scrooge, Joanne
Zimmerman, Scroogeis sweetheart, Roger l-lamilton,
svveetheartis husband, pat Qhde, child, Janet Koller,
older daughter, Ann Boronovv, small daughter, Mary
Sue Klein, Christmas present, Janice Detierding, Mrs.
Cratchit, John McGowan, peter Cratchit, Nancy
Goehler, Martha Cratchit, Judy polislcy, Belinda Cratchit,
Richard Mclntyre, Tiny lim, Ken Captain, Topper, Margie
"Ebenezer Scrooge! Beware!" Merle Cohen and Bill Meisle.
Schmeige, Fred's vviie, Betty Jenson, Christmas Future,
Bruce Benson, First Gossiper, Don Lorenz, Second Gos-
aper, Ben De Decker, pawnbrolcer, Bob Cottrel, turlcey
Directors ol the production were Miss Ruth Mclfennan,
dramatic director and Mr. Jack Burroughs, technical di-
rector. Mrs. Gene Nienovv handled the malce-up.
"Look! He's brought us presents."
Scrooge's old sweetheart fleftj, Zimmerman, J., with her chil-
dren, Ohde, Boronow, Koller, and husband, Hamilton, Ro.
Mary Lee Miller
Robert Sigman John Harriman David Otte
Waaca faam Une Wbie
l:irst place in the annual William l-leiss Qratory Contest
vvas vvon by Robert Sigman. ln his oration entitled .Co-
existence or Non-existence," Bob said that a third world
vvar in which there can be no victors, only survivors, must
be avoided by the free world if vve hope to save our
civilization. As winner of the contest, Bob vvill have his
name engraved in the Hall of Fame.
lVlary Lee Miller discussed the problems of racial prej-
udice vvhich confront the negro today.
The different functions of the home in the life of an
individual were pointed out by David Qtte in his speech
Mlhe Home and the Family."
"The Case for American Youth" vvas the title of Richard
Hamilton's oration in which he showed that the statistical
rise in teen-age crime vvas largely becuase of population
increases rather than an evidence of the degeneration of
youth as a whole.
John Harriman, in his speech 'iWays and lVleans,i' said
that nations, lilce people, should not become so engrossed
in the ways they employ to obtain their ends that they lose
sight of their original goals.
For participation in the oratory contest each student vvas
avvarded the usual forensic pin as a symbol of recognition
for his performance.
The Heiss Qratory Contest, established in 1916, was
founded in memory of William Heiss, the first Appleton
High School student to lose his life in World War l.
Mr. Kenneth Sager coached the students in the com-
position and delivery of their orations for this contest, held
on January 'l8 in the auditorium.
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Peter Davis Wally Rugland Richard Hamilton
Eff the Gufj
Cn March 3, l955, the annual Bolton-Roth extempo-
raneous spealcing recital was given. The participants had
s ent five weelts of extensive research on current affairs.
Cgne hour before the recital each contestant selected one
ofthe five topics he drew and prepared his tallt.
First place in the recital was won by Richard Hamilton
who will have his name engraved on the l"lall of Fame. l-lis
topic was ufsxsia, Playing with Fire." l-lamilton stressed the
importance of aiding the Asiatics economically rather than
militarily because of the life and death race against com-
Reter Davis, in his speech, "UN Recognition of Red
China," pointed out significant arguments for and against
admitting Red China to the UN.
By citing the possible dangers and horrors of an unex-
pected atomic attaclt, Roy Stohlman forcefully emphasized
U, S. preparedness in his tallc on "Civil Defense."
"The 'lheory of Communism" was Bill lVliell4e's subject.
l-le impressively contrasted the theories of communism
with communism in actual practice in the Soviet Union.
Wally Rugland drew the question of rearming Germany.
l'lis view was that past experience with the aggressive
nature and insatiable appetite of Russia has shown the
necessity of this rearmament and subsequently, military aid
Mr. Exner coached the students during their weelcs of
careful study. ln recognition of their intensive study and
preparation, each student was awarded the forensic pin
for his participation.
"Onward and upward, and dismiss your classes on time,
"That's the way she goes!" Meisle 'lin is 'll-H Knokef H"f'i'f0"
Cn March 26, the Senior class presented the comedy hit, "fVlr.
Peepers" by Nlarrijane and Joseph l-layes. Mr. Peepers, the shy,
young biology teacher, falls in love at first sight with Miss Reming-
ton, the new school nurse. l-lis attempts to date her for the school
dance are foiled by the handsome history teacher, Harvey Weskit.
To add to the intrigue, Betsy Williams, a student, is inlatuated with
Mr. Peepers. She has violent hysterics and runs away alter she
discovers her sister Ann alone with Mr. Peepers. Betsy agrees to
return if Mr. Gurney, the principal, tires Mr. Peepers. The play's
climax comes when Peepers, lorcelully denouncing Mr. Williams,
resigns to accept a position with a seed company. The principal
comes through, heartily agreeing with Peeper's opinion,
lrue to form, the comedy ends satisfactorily when Betsy is
persuaded to come home and Mr. Peepers decides to remain a
teacher and wins Miss Remington,
"Wanda! That is a Little Black Book! Zanzig, Rosenburg
Intermission at the dance, McKahan, Schloss, Zanzig, Close, Anderson, J., Zwerg,
DeDecker, Steinberg, Erdman, Eisch.
"Would anyone like some nice punch?" Meisle, Root, Lorenz i
Miss Henessy ....,. .
Mr, Gurney ...,
Mrs. Gurney ..,, ,...
Mr. Weskir .....
Mr. Peepers ,...
Betsy Williams .,..
Mr. Schroder. ..
Miss Remington ..,,
Ann Williams. . .
Archie Adams .,....
William Williamslll ....
Herbert Bushnell .,..
. . . . .Bill Meisle
. . . . .Mary Root
. . . .Eric Erdman
... Mark Cohen
.. Mary Zanzig
Beth . ..
Director. . .
Stage Manager. ,
Sound Head. .
. . .Bob Schloss
.. . Karen Eisch
"And it is soft! Nice and soft!" Benson, Edge
"Thai voice,-you,-Peepers?" Sigman, Meisle, Cohen
"Mr. Peepers, with my own sister! Lei go of her!" Crane, Meisle, Peotter At Last! Meisle, Root.
fbwzing, ancf Nflfefz Jfawzfi
COWBOY I l
Saddle-sore sophs from Wyoming QQ at pep session. Swelled head-or normal? Bob Jobe is measured
for his cap and gown.
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Sandra Schlaflce joins the distinguished ranks of the "Harleys."
Just a kid at heart! Mrs. Brown enjoys
her sucker at the faculty game.
Quite a collection! Observing the symbols of Busy typists-working hard to gain that goal of speed and accuracy.
A.H.S. triumphs are Nancy Krieck, Mike Cochrane,
John Mullen, and .loanie Boettcher. DGGC116
Same WLM GGMQMQWQ of Mqme. "
STTATED- Dittmer, Keating, B., Root, M., Lemice, S., McBain, Zanzig, Schlafke, Swan.
STANDING DeDrcker, Dohi, W., Cohen, Davis, P., Cotton, Zvverg, Schwendler, Thorson, Hamilton, Ri , Harrima
NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY
Eighteen seniors ol Appleton High School have been
chosen by a secret ballot oi the laculty as members ol the
National l-lonor Society. Selection was based on equal
consideration oi four qualities: leadership, character,
scholarship and service, Each member has participated in
extra-curricular activities showing leadership and service:
the students are in the upper fourth ol a graduating class of
in attaining honors.
Ar the annual induction ceremony before an assembly
ol the entire student body on April 18, these students
lormally became members ol the society alter talcing the
B., Davis, P., Lemlce, S., Thorson, Hamilton, Ri.,
tea in the Early American Room.
SYLVESTER NIELSEN AWARD
The honor ol being the top oi one's class scholastically is
recognized each year on Awards Day with the presentation of
the Sylvester Nielsen gold pen and pencil sets.
The seniors of 1955 vvho completed seven semesters of
vvorl4 with a straight "H" average and graduated lirst in their
class Werez Peter Davis, Mary Dittmer, Richard Hamilton,
John Harriman, Barbara Keating, Sandra Lemlce and Terry
Thorson. These students also had the added distinction of
being chosen lor the commencement program of the class of
oath lead by Mr. Hamann, and receiving membership
certificates and pins. Mr. Witte introduced the inductees
and Mr. l-lelble, whose message vvas "The Meaning of
Honorsfi The significance of the societyis symbol and
ideals was then explained by Mr. Edge. Honored as guest
spealcer, Mrs. Myrl Davis spol4e on the values ol education
lmmediately lollovving the ceremony the initiates and
their parents were guests at the reception and traditional
John I-larriman had the honor of receiving the highest
award given to a senior student, the Craftsmanship Shield.
John was chosen by a secret ballot of the high school
faculty. l-le was judged on the qualities of character, leader-
ship, scholarship and service.
ln his first year at A. I-I. S., John, as the outstanding soph-
omore, was awarded the Spector Trophy, as a junior he was
a delegate to Badger Boys' State. l'le served on the Student
Council three years and was also active in forensics, including
oratory debate and extempore, for three years.
Among the other extra-curricular activities were: Camera
Club, three years, Curtain Call Production, three years, serv-
ing as vice-president and president in his junior and senior
years respectively, German Club, three years, acting as vice-
president in his junior year, and Radio forum Workshop,
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John Harriman displays his trip-winning science project.
BADGER BOYS' AND GIRLS' STATES
two junior girls, sponsored by
will represent Appleton I-ligh
and Girls' States in Ripon and
The session, organized by the
Auxiliary to acquaint American
of government, will include the
state" for eight days in June,
With each person assigned a political party, city and
county, delegates will benefit from a program filled with
campaign speeches and moclc city, county and state govern-
len junior boys and
Appleton civic groups,
School at Badger Boys'
American Legion and
youth with our system
establishing of a model H
Selected by the junior class on the basis of leadership,
scholarship, good character, health and interest in Ameri-
can government, the boys chosen are: David Gtte, Roy
Stohlman, Louie l-lorn, lom Becker, Jim Coenen, John
McGowan, Jim Godfrey, John Mullen, Jerry Johnson
and Jim Ray, with alternates, George Rehbein, John Jooss,
Ronald Simon, l'lans Moede and Bill Miell4e, The girl
delegates include Neal Dohr and Louise Putnam with
Michele Mathews as alternate.
SEATED: Becker, T., Putnam, Mathews, M., Dohr, C., Stohlman.
STANDING: Johnson, J., McGowan, Rehbein, Pay, J., Mullen, J., Coenen, Horn, L., Godfrey, Otte.
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Amelia Bubolz Barbara Bailey
Second year Spanish Award First year Spanish Award
The honor of having his name engraved upon the German honor plaque
this year goes to Terry lhorson who has completed two years ol consistently
superior worlc in German. As president of the German Club in his senior
year, Terry was a prudent leader in the organization's activities. l-le was
also a member ol the Visual Aids Club lor three years, serving as co-
president in his last year. As a junior, Terry was elected to Badger Boys'
Each year the Spanish Club awards a
gold medal to the outstanding student of
second year Spanish, and a silver medal to
the superior First year student. This award
is given on the basis ol scholarship, leader-
ship and service to the club as well as the
evidence ofthe student's intention to study
further in this field.
Amelia Bubolz, a junior, received this
year's gold medal lor her achievements. ln
addition to being treasurer-ol Spanish Club
and Ushers Club, Amelia has been very
active in Curtain Call Acting.
The silver medal was presented to a
sophomore, Barbara Bailey, who has en-
thusiastically accomplished the require-
ments. She has also been a laithlul member
of Orchesis and Curtain Call Production.
U SPECTOR AWARD
The outstanding sophomore student chosen annually by the homeroom
sponsors and student councilors ol his class is awarded the Spector Trophy.
Honored this year was David Ehllce, chosen lor his qualities ol dependa-
bility, service, scholarship, leadership and character. David has been active
in traclc and baslcetball. l-le has willingly and capably assumed responsi-
bility in his many activities this year and well deserves this distinction.
The vote of the senior class and the four qualities leadership, patriotism,
dependability and service, determine the annual D.A.R. winner. This year's
winner was Mary Root. Mary has been very active in school activities
throughout her three years at A. l-l. S. She was secretary-treasurer of the
Student Council, president of Ushers Club and Quill and Scroll Society,
editor of the "Clarion,' and Flag Raiser. Mary also attended Badger Girls'
State in her junior year.
The national honorary classical language fraternity of Lawrence College,
BAUSCH AND LOMB
Robert Dimick and John Harriman were
chosen to receive the bronze science medals
this year. ln the estimation of the science
faculty, they have excelled through their
study and experimentation beyond class re-
quirements in biology, chemistry and physics.
John has participated in Junior Academy
of Science for two years. l'le was one of 40
U. S. finalists in the Westinghouse Electric
Science Talent Search selected to go to
Washington, D. C. where his most recent
infra-red spectrometer project won him a
Radio repair and electronic experimenta-
tion are Bob's most recent interests. l'le has
entered Junior Academy of Science for
three years and also won honorable mention
in the Westinghouse contest. Bob has con-
tributed much to the German Club, Nature
Club and Rep Band at high school.
Eta Sigma Phi, annually presents the Latin Award to a worthy senior. This
year's recipient was Barbara Keating, who has shown consistent excellence
in daily class preparation and has contributed generously to the Latin Club
for three years, acting as secretary in her senior year. She has further dis-
tinguished herself at Appleton l"ligh School by serving lor two years on
the Student Council and the "Clarion" of which she was associate editor
in her senior year. Barbara is also a member of Quill and Scroll.
Robert Dimiclc John Harriman
V. F. W. CITIZENSHIP AWARD
For the first time, the Veterans of Foreign
Wars Award has resulted in a tie. Sandra
Lemlce and Richard Hamilton each received
a 525 war bond.
Sandra has been active in Curtain Call
Acting, Ushers Club, Quill and Scroll, and
toolc part in both oratory and extempora-
neous spealsing. She served as co-consul of
Latin Club and co-president of Radio Forum
Workshop as a senior.
Richard has participated in debate and
oratory and was the winner of the Ex-
temporaneous Spealcing Contest for two
years. Quill and Scroll, Radio Forum Worle-
shop, Curtain Call Acting and Spanish Club
are his other activities.
Rlclmd Hamilton They have worlced together as co-editors
of the "Talisman" Sandras and Richards
marlced leadership qualities, good citizen-
ship, scholarship and ability to accept
responsibility malce them worthy recipients
of this award.
AMERICAN LEGION ATHLETIC AWARD
The outstanding senior athlete of the class of T955 was Austin Cotton.
For this distinction he received the American Legion Athletic Award,
presented by the Johnston Blessman Post Number 38.
Austin was a member of Pep Band for three years, a top track man for
three years, being co-captain in his senior year, and one ofthe few athletes
to play varsity football all three of his years of high school. l'le was also
active in the Bowling, Tumbling, Visual Aids, and Curling Clubs in his
junior and senior years.
. ,gl U?
The Junior Chamber of Commerce promotes interest in the field of
nursing each year by giving a scholarship of S200 to a worthy senior girl
planning to enter this profession.
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JoAnne Steege has fulfilled the qualifications for this award by achiev-
ing excellence in scholarship. She has been a definite asset to the Latin
Club, Quill and Scroll and has spent many hours worlting as subscription
manager of the "Clarion" in her senior year. Dependability and leadership
marlc her as well-deserving of this honor.
HAUGEN NURSES' SCHOLARSHIP
One ol the most valuable awards given each year is the Karl M. Haugen
Nurses' Training Scholarship. The senior girl chosen most eligible lor this
year's award was Betty Brinlcman. She will receive S150 to help pay her
Fees at Presbyterian l-lospital, Chicago.
Betty has been an outstanding student scholastically and a member ol
Quill and Scroll. She also participated in Spanish Club for three years,
served on the "Talisman" and in Nature Club in her junior and senior
years. ln her sophomore year, Betty was a member of the Square Dance
Club, and a participant in Archery Club in
Each year the honor of flag raisers is
given to a Senior boy and girl by vote ol
their class. This year the recipients were
Mary Root and Carl Schwendler, who were
chosen on the basis ol character and citizen-
ship. Mary attended Badger Girls' State,
was president of Ushers Club, Quill and
Scroll Society and editor of the "Clarion,"
She also received the D.A.R. award. Being
outstanding in interscholastic athletics, a
representative to Badger Boys' State and a
member of the Student Council constituted
some of Carl's activities.
her junior year.
BUSINESS AND PROFESSIONAL WOMEN'S CLUB
The commercial major who was selected to receive the S100 Scholar-
ship donated by the business women's organization of Appleton, was
Elaine Kaezor. A committee ol Commercial department teachers and
women's club members chose this year's winner.
This scholarship is to be used to further the recipients education in the
business field during the following year. Scholarship, leadership, character
and service are the characteristics considered in malcing this award.
Mary Root and Carl Schwendler
prominence in intramural athletics, good
sportsmanship and character constitute the
qualifications for the Marx Award.
Evelyn Bjerltvold, a junior, earned this
year's award for the girls. She has shown the
fine qualities necessary to merit this honor
by her active participation in Girls' Bowling
and G. A. A. She also represented her
homeroom as Student Council representa-
The boy chosen this year was Roland N.
Kositzlce who has shown his all around
athletic ability and good sportsmanship. l-le
was active in Bowling Club and intramurals
for three years and belonged to the Square
Dance Club for two years.
ELKS' CITIZENSHIP AWARD
A tie was the result of this year's contest
for the Elks' Citizenship Award with John
l-larriman and Barbara Keating as the top
scorers in a test on citizenship and the
Constitution. The Elks' Lodge annually
sponsors this contest which is open to all
seniors. John and Barbara each received
575. The toss of a coin decided in favor of
John Harriman to enter state competition
for the S400 prize.
For John this is another award to be
added to the long list of his accomplish-
ments in many fields including science,
forensics, service and scholastic leadership.
Barbara who received this yearis Latin
Award, was, in addition to the activities
already mentioned, a participant in intra-
murals lor three years, Radio Forum Work-
shop in her senior year and served as
associate editor in her second year oi worlc
on the "Clarion"
KM . ..
Roland N. Kositzke Evelyn Bjerlcvold
fn Eellween 7il44Qt
What's this audience chuckling about?
Ding-a-ling, Dong, Dang, Dong.
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When day is done.
Where's that Faculty Give a cheer, hoorah . . . and Faculty . . . And then came these two . . .
rip-roarin' go, go, go? wins again.
The Clarion Business Stall wishes to express its sincere thanks to the Iollowing 'I955 sponsors. Your help is nec-
essary to make the publication of our yearbook a success. We hope Al'IS students will show their appreciation to
you whenever the opportunity arises.
Carl J. Becher 81 Co.
E. A. Dettman 84 Co.
Wilbur I'I. I'IaasS
Richard U. Landreman
Willard J. Schenck
Schumaker, Derscheid 8t Co.
Raymond N. Le Vee 84
Wisconsin Architects Ass'n.
SERVICE AND SUPPLY
Supply Co., Inc.
Appleton Motor Co.
Bee Line Frame 8: Axle Service
Christy Service Station
Cloud Buick Co.
l'laupt Auto Sales
I-lerb's Mobil Service
Jim's Service Station
Laux Motor Co.
Leo and Norb's Deep Rock
Pierce Auto Body Works
Ray's Tire Shop
Rector Motor Co.
AI Rudolf Motors, Inc.
Sharp Auto Body Service
Tusler Motor Co.
ManderIieId's Home Bakery
Service Bakery ol Appleton
Appleton State Bank
First National Bank
Outagamie County Bank
AIex's Beauty Salon
Buetow's Beauty Shop
EsteIle's Beauty Shop
Raye's Beauty Clinic
Conkey Book Store
Arcade Bowling Alleys
Appleton Yellow Cab Co.
Fox Valley Cab Co.
Oaks Candy Shop
CLEANERS 84 LAUNDRIES
PeopIe's Laundry 84 Ayr-mor
Uneeda 84 Peerless Laundries
CLOTHING FOR CHILDREN
Cary's ChiIdren's Store
CLOTHING FOR MEN
Kobussen's Clothing Store
Matt Schmidt 8: Son Co.
Thiede Good Clothes, Inc.
CLOTHING FOR WOMEN
The Bridal Shop
Fashion Shop Inc.
Grace's Apparel Shop
Robinhood Dress Shop
The Rose Shop
Verrier Schmit Service Station Stokely Foods, Inc' CONDENSERHES
Wagner's Super Service Western Condensing Co.
Wisconsin Auto Wrecking Co. CHIROPRACTORS
AWNINGS Len J' Mnnnln cousnzucnom
Annlntnn Awning Shop civic at FRATERNAL CONTRACTTDRS .
Appleton Chamber ofCommerce P. G. Miron Construction Co.
Bestler Bakery Konemic Lodge No. 47, H. Schabo 84 Son
Elm Tree Bakery I. O. O. F. Theodore Utschig
CJunderson's Bakery Y. M. C. A. Valley Ready Mixed Concrete
Carlson's Dairy Stores
Fairmont's Foods Co.
Gordon Ice Cream Co.
Breinig-Lemke School of
'IO Dentists have donated as
Geenen's Dry Goods Co.
Gloudemans 81 Gage, Inc.
Montgomery Ward 8: Co.
J. C. Penney Co.
I'l. C. Prange Co.
Sears Roebuck 81 Co.
Belling Prescription Pharmacy
Schlintz Brothers Co.
Unmuth's Rexall Drug Store
8: Gift Shop
Voigt's Drug Store
Walsh Rexall Drug Store
Finkle Electric Shop
Home Appliance Co.
Kurz Electric Service
Louis Luebke Electric Service
Maynard Electric Service
Superior Killoren Electric Co.
Crane Engineering Sales, Inc.
PeopIe's Loan 84 Finance Co,
FIVE AND TEN CENT STORES
S. S. Kresge Co.
F. W. Woolworth Co.
Appleton Floral Junction
Memorial Drive Florists
Sunnyside Floral Co.
Cohen Brothers Fruit Co.
Wisconsin Distributing Co.
FUEL AND ICE
Balliet Supply Co.
J. P. Laux and Sons Fuel Co.
Lutz Ice Co.
Brettschneider's Funeral Home
Valley Funeral Home
Wichmann Funeral Home
FURNITURE AND INTERIOR
Brettschneider's Furniture Co.
DonaId's Specialty Furniture
Frank J. Strebel
Wichmann Furniture Co.
E. Liethen Grain Co.
A. 84 P. Super Market
Alko Super Market
C. Christen Food Market
DicIc's Northside Grocery
Jacobs Bros. Market
Krambo Food Stores, lnc.
Ouella's Food Market
Schmitt's Food Market
Tornow's Food Market
S. C. Shannon Co.
KimbalI's I-Iardware 84
Krautlcramer Economy Spot
Badger Furnace Co.
Ted Kuck Co.
McKinley Sales, Inc.
W. S. Patterson Co. CWholesaleD
Tschank 84 Christensen
R. Wenzel Co.
August Winter 84 Sons Co.
Zylstra Furnace Co.
Aid Association for Lutherans
John A. Bergman
Conlcey, Morrissey 84 Lang Co.
Davis gl Bellaclc
I-lome Mutual Insurance Co.
C. I-I. Hueseman, Jr.
Integrity Mutual Insurance Co.
Joseph Koffend 84 Son
William J. Konrad, Jr.
N. Patriclc Mares
I-I. Karl Schuetter
Carl A. Sherry
Daniel P. Steinberg
Alex O. Strobel
Wayne I-lummer 84 Co.
McKee 84 Jaeclcels, Inc.
Paine, Webber, Jaclcson 84 Curtis
Martin J. I'lupl4a
Pitz 84 Treiber, Inc.
Fox River Valley Knitting Co.
Weber Knitting Mills, Inc.
Zwiclcer Knitting Mills
The Lamp Shop
Benton, Bosser, Fulton,
Menn 84 Nehs
Bradford, Derber 84 Gabert
Gordon A. Bubolz
Byrne, Bubolz 84 Spanagel
Marlc Catlin, Jr.
William J. Geenen
Edwin S. Godfrey
l'larry P. I-loeffel
Sydney S. Jacobson
Gustave J, Keller
Sigman 84 Sigman
Fraser Lumber 84 Mfg. Co.
Knolce Lumber Co.
Lieber Lumber And
Van's Lumber Co.
Appleton Juvenile Furniture
Appleton Manufacturing Co.
Appleton Structural Steel Co.
Appleton Wire Worlcs, Inc.
Appleton Wood Products Co.
Badger Plug Co.
Fox River Boiler Worlcs
Joseph J. Planlc 84 Co.
Scolding Loclcs Corp.
Standard Manufacturing Co.
Valley Iron Worlcs Co.
Valley Power Tools
I-leinritz Sheet Metal Worlcs
Appleton Marble 84 Granite
l'leid Music Company
Meyer-Seeger Music Co.
OFFICE 84 SCHOOL SUPPLIES
Fox River Office Equipment
General Office Suppply Co.
E. W. Shannon Office Supply
Smith's School Supply
Sylvester 84 Nielson, lnc.
OFFICIALS CCITY 84 COUNTYD
Appleton Board of Education
Robert L. Roemer
Buth Oil Co.
JenI4el Oil Company
Socony Vacuum Oil Co.
Bausch 84 Lomb Optical Co.
Drs. Keller 84 Keller, Inc
ORNAMENTAL IRON WORKS
Kools Brothers, Inc.
Appleton Glass 84 Paint
Pope Paint Co.
Sherwin-Williams Paint Co.
Sindahl Paint Company
PAPER DEALERS CWI-IOLESALED
Universal Paper Co.
Woelz Brothers, Inc.
PAPER 84 PULP
Combined Loclcs Paper Co.
K. S. Dicl4inson
Fox River Paper Corp.
Riverside Paper Corp.
Tuttle Press Co.
Appleton Camera Supply
The Camera Exchange and
Ideal Photo, Inc.
F. J. Pechman Studio
PHYSICIANS 84 SURGEONS
Appleton Eye, Ear, Nose
84 Throat Clinic
Bolton 84 MieII4e Clinic
Dr. Guy W. Carlson
Dr. P. M. Cunningham
Dr. George French
Dr. Marvin Kagen
Dr. Stephan Konz
Dr. E. N. Krueger
Drs. J. W. Laird 84 L. B. McBain
Drs. MacLaren, Landis, 84
Dr. F. J. Ranlcin
Dr. R. S. Simenson
Dr. Milo Swanton
Dr. Arthur C. Taylor
Drs. L. P. Williams 84
C. W. Aldridge
E. R. Callaway
Max F. KoIetzI4e
PRINTERS 84 PUBLISHERS
Badger Printing Co.
Progress Printing Co.
RADIO AND TELEVISION
Fox Valley Radio 84 T. V.
Carroll 84 Carroll
De Noble Agency
I-I. F. McCarthy
RESTAURANTS 8s TEA ROOMS
FIorence's Eat Shop
King Bee Lunch
La Villa Restaurant
Retson's Sandwich Shop
SteaI4 and Shalce
ZueII4e Building Service Center
ROOFING 84 SIDING
LuebI4e Roofing 84 Siding Co.
Vonan 84 Sons, Inc.
Lawrence College of Wisconsin
Singer Sewing Machine Co.
Big Shoe Store
Bohl 84 Maeser, Inc.
Foot Health Clinic
French Slipper Shop
HecI4ert Shoe Co.
Kinney Shoe Co.
JacI4 Stewart Shoe Store
Johnson's Shoe Rehuilder
KimbaII's Shoe Service
Pond Sport Shop
Valley Sporting Goods Co.
Weber 84 Persons Sport Shop
P. 84 J. Sales Co.
Fox River Bus Lines
Muenster Van Service
Appleton Travel Bureau
SueIIIow's Travel Goods
I. Bahcall, Inc.
Mr. 84 Mrs. Raymond P. Dohr
Sylvester "Coonie" EsIer
Gordon P. Gill
J. B. Mallery
Clifford C. Williams
Wisconsin Michigan Power C
W. J. Kaminslcy Co.
Wilcelund Wholesale Co.
Appleton Woolen Mills
J. B. Courtney 84 Co.
.......31, 57, 58,
Abel, Margaret ....
Abel, Sandra ......
Abel, Sheila ......
Abendroth, Kenneth ..., . ...... 1 8, 77
Abendroth, Sue. . ,
Ackmann, Bonnie. ,
Ahrens, James L ....
... ..... 18,83
.., ....... 30,63
Ahrens, James W. ...... 18, 62, 74, 91
Ahrens, Patricia .............. 18, 104
Akmentins, Peter .....,... 18, 98, 102
Albrecht, Rosemarie ............... 18
Albrecht, William .... ......... 3 0
Alieri Eileen ....... ..... 1 8, 78
Allard, Don ..................... 24
Allen, Catherine ,....... ...... 2 4, 83
Alpert, Karen. . .30, 64, 65, 68, 72, 73
Alton, Bruce .............. 18, 75, 91
American Legion Athletic Award. .122
Anderson, Betty W. ....,., ,... 3 0, 63
Anderson, Judy .... 30, 57, 58, 73, 114
Anderson Kathie. .18, 61, 69, 71, 73
Anderson, Philip .... .......... 1 8, 96
Anderson, Wayne ................ 30
Appel, Gary. ..,....... ....... 2 4
Archambeault, Donna .....,....... 84
Archery Club .................,. 104
Ardell, Carol ............. 24, 59, 60
Arent, Sharon .... . . .30, 56, 64, 73
Arnold, Don ..... ...............,
Arnold, Eunice ...................
Arnoldussen, Janice M.. . . . . . . .30
Arnoldussen, Patricia .... ......... 1 8
Art Workshop ...,...... ....,..,.
Asmussen, Jes ............ 24, 81, 102
Audio Visual Aids. .. ........ . .62
Aures, Beverly ...... ....... 1 8, 75
Ayers, Patricia .... ...24, 60, 77
Badger Boys' State .... ...... 1 19
Badger Girls' State. . . ....,. .119
Baerwald, Betty ....
Bach, Mary ........
Bacich, Barbara ....
Bailey, Barbara. .18,
Baile Ral h ..
y,. p .,...
Baldwin Karla .....
Balliet, Susan .....
Balza, Joan , .... . .
Balza, Tom ...,. .
.....f.30, 77, 81
18 71 79
Cihak, Robert .....-
Barber, Bruce ..... .......... 3 0, 75
Barlow, Jo ce .... ...24, 57, 81, 83
Bartel, Phyllis ..... ......... 3 O, 77
Bartman, Kay ....... .. .24, 65, 74
Bartman, Robert .,.. .............. 2 4
Bartmann, Richard ,......,.... 30, 102
Bartmann, Dorothy .... 24, 57, 73, 101
Bartmann, Marilyn. .18, 56, 71, 83, 100
Bartmann, Paula .....,.... .,... 2 4, 75
Bartz, James ........... 30, 88, 93, 96
Basketball-Varsity ........ 92, 93, 94
Basketball "B" Squad ......,...... 95
Batley, Wayne ........ 30, 48, 99, 102
Batzler, Elaine ................... 31
Bowling Club Boys'
Bauer, Bette ......
....18, 71, 75, 83
Bauer, Mary Kay .... ......... 2 4, 75
Bauer, Robert ...... .......... 2 4
Bauer, Robert J. .... .... 1 8, 104
Baumgartner, Sharon ..... 724,711 83
Baurain, Stewart .............. 24, 98
Bausch and Lomb Science Award. .121
Beall, Herbert ................ 18, 97
Becker, Carl .......... ........... 1 8
Becker, Mary .......... 18, 54, 69, 70,
73, 74, 84
Becker, Tom .... .... 2 4, 61, 74, 79,
Beglinger, Jud ....
Behnke, Patricia ..... ........ 2 4, 101
Beil, Mary .......
Beilke, Donald ....
Bellin, John .,....
Bellin, Shelba .....
Belling, Kay ..... 18, 57, 59, 83, 100
Below, Judy ......
Below, Robert ,....,............. 24
Benson, Bruce .....
...23, 31, 61, 73,
Bentle, Donald ........ 24, 74, 84, 104
Benton, Joan ....
Benz, Paul ....,.
Berben, Diane ..,..
Berben, Jo Ann. . .
Bergman, Mary ....
Ber sba ken Diane
.. .......... 18
.. ........... 24
63, 83, 100
g , ............. ,
Bertram, Pauline. . .31, 56, 58, 59, 68
Beschta, James .....
72, 74, 79, 83, 84
Beschta, Richard ....... ...........
Bessett, Jeanne ....
Bessette, Tony ....,
Best, Jack .......
Betti, Richard .....
Beyer, Robert .....
Beyer, Ronald .....
.. ..., 24
Biedenbender, Lucille. . . .... . . ..
Bieritz, Jean ,.....
Bierman, Nancy. . . .
Bierman, Lyle .....
Birchler, Anne ....
Birkholz, Donna ....
Bjerkvold, Evelyn. .
Bjerkvold, Ruth ....
Blahnik, Louise ....
Blank Suzanne ....
... .... 24,101
.. ..... 18,101
Blankenburg, Donna.. l. ,69,
Blazek, Helen .....
Bloch, Jerry .....
Blohm, William ....
Bloomer, Barbara ........
Bludau, Joseph ....
Blum, Barbara ..,..
Bobrowski, James. .
Bock, Barbara ,....
Bodmer, Charles. . .
.24, 55, 57, 65, 73
Boettcher, Barbara ............
Boettcher, Joanna. .
31, 46, 55, 58, 64,
Brinkman, Betty ....... 32, 58, 72, 123
Brinkman, Carol ...,...... 18, 72, 100
Brinkman, John ..... ............. 1 8
Briske, James .......... 18, 59, 72, 97
Bronold, William ,.......,........ 1 8
Bronstad, Lawrence .... 18 76 91, 103
Brooks, Dale ..................... 24
Brooks, Judith A. ................ 18
Brooks, Judith Ann ..... 18, 57, 61, 83
Brooks, Lionel ........,.......... 24
Brouillard, Raymond ........-----.- 13
Brouillard, Robert .... ,... 2 4
Brower, lone ...... ..., 3 2
Brown, Carl ,.... .... 1 8
Brown, Margie ..... ....,.. 1 8
. , . . . .32, 79
Bruch, David ....,
Brudnick, l-lyman. . . .... 24, 61, 97
Brueggeman, David. . . ......, 32, 98
Brueggeman, Dick ......... 18, 69, 103
Brumm, William ................... 32
Brunkey, Kenneth .....-....------- 13
Bubolz, Amelia. .24, 69, 73, 109, 120
Buck, Lloyd ...................... 24
Buetow, Elsbeth .... 24, 57, 69, 81, 83
Buman, Marlene ..... ............. 3 2
Bunn, Jane ...................... 32
Bunn, Jean ........ 32, 41, 58, 75,82
Burdick, Donna ........ ........... 3 2
Burton, lla Mae .................. 18
Busch, Edward .... 18, 91, 95, 96, 99
Business and Professional Women s
Scholarship Award ...........- 193
Buss, Marleen .................... 24
Buss, Susan ...................... 24
Butler, Maureen ........ .......... 2 4
Buxton, William ........ 32, 54, 65, 74,
86, 88, 103
Call, Ara .... ........ 3 2, 88, 99, 102
Call, Donald.. .18, 54, 65, 66, 70, 83
Camera Club .................... 59
Cameron, Jean ............ 24, 80, 83
Captain, Kenneth ..... ...... 7 2, 73
Card, Thomas ....... ....-.. 2 4
Carew, Kathleen ................. 18
Carlsen, Sharon .......... ..... 1 8, 65
Cary, Carolyn ...... 24, 54, 75, 83, 84
Casper, Lee ..................... 18
Casperson, Antoinette ......... 18, 75
Casperson Janice. .32, 63, 67, 83, 101
Chapin, Nlarilyn ,............, 24, 65
Chapman, Kenneth Bruce ....... 32, 59
Chapnitslg, Esther ...... 32, 59, 71, 83
Cheerlea ers .................... 85
69, 85, 116
Boettcher, Nancy ................. 24
Boettcher, Robert ........ 18, 69, 81,
83, 86, 104
Boettcher, Virginia .... ...... 3 1, 78
Bohatschek, Sandra .... ....... 1 01
Boldt, Beverly ....,........... 24, 77
Boldt, Carol .................. 24, 76
Bonini, Kari ......... ......... 3 1, 54
Boronow, Anne. .18,
Borsche, Le Roy .....
Bosin, Duane .....
Boudry, James ....
Bowers, Barbara. . .
Bowling Club Girls'
Boyle, Donna .....
Christen, Sandra ....
24 57 69, 72
Christmas Play .......
Christoferson, Barbara .
..32, 60, 81, 104
. ..... 24,101
... .... .101
.. ...... 24
Clarion Business .................. 55
Clarion Editorial ................. 54
Close, Jack. .23, 32, 39, 58, 61, 68,
73, 93, 94, 114
Cochrane, Michael .... 33, 72, 99, 116
Coel, William ..............,..... 18
Coenen, James ....... 24, 88, 99, 119
Coifey, Daniel ............... .... 1 8
Cohen, Mark. .33, 47, 54, 58, 59, 66,
Colavecchi, Shirley .... , . .24, 76, 101
Coleman, Jerry ................... 18
Collar, Susan ...... ......... 1 8
Brandt, Kenneth. . . . . . .18
Brandt, Vincent. . . ....24
Brauer, John ........ .... 1 8
Brautigam, Mary ..... ,. . ..... .24
Brautigam, Barbara ................ 24
Brehmer, Nancy .........,..... 31, 63
Breitung, Glenn .......... ........ 1 8
Brennecke, Barbara. .24 59 76 77, 80
Briese, Sue Ann ....... ,18,'26,l54, aa,
Brinker, Gerald ...... ..18, 59, 79, 97
Colling, Betty .........
Colling, Carol ........
Commencement Speakers. ........ '.118
Commercial Club ......
.. ...., 63
Cook, Faith ....... ....... 2 4, 100
Cook, Judith ................ 18, 100
Cooney, Mary ........... 16, 18, 101
Corbett, Thomas H. ........... 18, 70
Cotter, Linda ................. 33, 73
Cotter, Marlene .................. 24
Cotton, Austin. .27, 33, 62, 74, 79, 84,
, 96, 102, 103, 118, 122
Courtois, John.'.'.'.'.'.....'.....'.33, 56, 59
Craftsmanship Shield ........... . .119
Crane, James ......... 33, 61, 73, 88,
Crane, Judith ....... ..33, 55, 58, 68,
Cross, Betty .....
Cross, Betty L.. . .
Crowe, Patrick ....
Curling Club ....
Currie, Colleen. .
69, 73, 115
Curtain Call Acting .,............. 73
Curtain Call Production. ,...... 82, 83
Curtis, Arlouine ........ .... 1 8, 83
Curtis, David .......... ........
Dachelet, William ....
Damm, Susan ..... . . .
Damsheuser, Neil .
Daniels, Dennis. . .
D.A.R. Award. ..
Davis, Betsy .....
Davis, Joan ...... 1 57, 66, 68, 73
Davis, Judy ......,.......... 24, 101
Davis, Peter. .19, 33, 66, 71, 75, 79,
Davis, Robert .............. 33, 68, 76
De Braal, Judy...
De Decker, Benja
min..33, 61, 73, 88,
Dedication ...................... 6, 7
Deland, Patty .,..
Dellosse, Shirley. .
Delie, Andrew ,........... 24, 88, 96
De Noble, Nancy ..... 24, 69, 83, 107
Derby, Thomas. . .
Derga, Janet ......,......... .34, 63
De Shaney, Carole ....-..-- - - -13, 74
De Shaney, Diane.
Desten, Ronald. . .
de Vos, Diane. . .
Dexter, Donald. . .
Dhein, Rosemary. .
Diedrich, Sharon. . .
Diehn, Marie ,...
Dietz, Richard ....
. ..... .... 34
34 98 104
. . . . . . . , , ,
Dimick, Robert. .34,60, 74, 81, 84, 121
Dittmar, Carl ..................... 24
Dittmar, Mildred ......,....... 34, 80
Dittmer, John ............. 19, 91, 96
Dittmer, Mary ........ 34, 56, 58, 59,
Doberstein, Carol. .34, 60, 72, 78,104
Doberstein, Joan ...... 24, 60, 72, 104
Dockery, Lora ............. 24, 57, 73
Dohr, Cornelia ........ 24, 59, 61, 73,
108, 110, 119
Dohr, William. .34, 68, 73, 88, 96, 99,
Dombroski, Donna ............. 19, 76
Donovan, William ............ 25, 77
Douglas, Don ....
Douglass, Edward. .34, 74, 79, 84, 103
Drall, James .................. 25, 98
Drier, Muriel ....
Dutrane, Janice. .
.. .... 25
Dunsirn, Phyllis .... ..... 1 9
Earling, Mary ....
Eastman, Beverly. .
Eastman, Darlene. .
Ebban, Beverl ....
Ebben, Ronalcll. . .
Eberhard, Gary. . .
Eberhardt, Noel. .
Ecker, Barbara. .,........ .
Ecker, Sherry ....
Edge, Mary. . .34,
Edwards, Joy ...,
Eggert, Barbara. . .
Eggert, Frances. . .
Eggert, Patricia. . .
Eggert, William. .
Ehlke, David .....
Eichinger, James. .
Eick, Hubert, ....
Eiclc, Shalby .....
Eisch, Garry .....
.. .... 25,57
. ......... 25
... ......... ..19
.. ......... 77
.. ....... 19
.. ......... 25
. ........... 25
Eisch, Karen ..... 35, 69, 73, 100, 114
Elks' Citizenship Award .......... 124
Ellenbecker, Jerome ........... 25, 98
Elsner, Denise ............ 19, 78, 104
Emmel, Herbert .................
Erdman, Eric. .35,
Ermis, Sandra ....
Ernst, Leo .......
35, 47, 54, 58,
Eskew, Harold ....... 25, 92, 93,
Evans, David A.. .
Evans, David W.. .
Evers, Vernon. . .
Ewig, Marilyn. . .
Ewig, Suzanne. ..
. . ....,... 25,72
.. ....... 35,98
Extemporaneous Speaking .........
Fallon, Kathleen, .
Fanselow, John ........ 25, 74, 79, 84
Farrell, Kathleen .................. 19
Fauk, Jacqueline .............. 35, 67
Feavel, Rochelle. .
Felton, James ..... 25, 88, 89, 96, 98
Ferron, Judith ..... 25, 69, 76, 77, 101
Fiane, Roger .....
Fields, Joyce ....
Fielkow, Sid .... 25, 54, 59, 72, 79, 98
Finger, Lonny ................. 35, 76
Finnegan, Dorothy ...... 19, 57, 71, 79,
Fischer, James. . .
Fischer, Jean .....
Fischer, Margie. .
. ........ 1.6 .
Fischer, Michael ..... .... 2 5, 88
Fischer, Ronald .... 35
Fischer, Verna. . .
Fisher, Thomas ....
Flag Raisers ......
Flanigan, Nancy. .
Fondow, Larry. . .
Footbal l-Varsity .
.. ....... 35,78
. ............... 25
88 89 90
Football-"B" Squad .... . .
Forbeck, James. . .
Foth, Bonita ....,
Foth, Darrel. . .
Foth, Duane. . .
Fowler, Judy ....
Fowler, Judson. .
Fowler, Susan. . .
Frahm, Shirley ....
.....19 73 78
I I I
Franke, Barbara ..,. ....... 1 9, 80
.. ..... 25
Franzke, Jo Ann .............. 19, 70
Fraser, Nancy ............... 36, 101
Fraser, Sally .... 26, 65, 68, 73, 75, 84
Fraser, Wil iam ................ 96, 98
Freiberg Philip ........ 36, 72, 98, 99
French Club ...................., 80
Frieders, Mary. ..
Fulcer, Donald ....
.....25, 74, 83, 84
Fulton William .....
Funk, lvlichael ....
G.A.A. ...... .
Gallagher, Pat ....
Ganzen, Carol ....
Gardner, Connie. .
Gast, Alvin .......
Gast, Joan .......
Gauerke, David. . .
Gebheim, Harry. . .
Gebheim, Thomas. .
Gehrmann, Janet. .
Genal, Diane .....
Genal, Eleanore. ..
Genske, Harvey. . .
Gerdin, Rose Marie.
German Award. . .
German Club .....
Gibbons, Jack. . .
Gibson, Joyce ....
Gilfin, Barbara. . .
Gilbert, Joan .... 2
Gill, Melford .... .
Ginnow, Darla ....
Ginnow, Diana. . .
Glass, Frances ....
Glee Club .......
Glawe, Thomas. . .
Gloss, Mary ......
. .... 19,103
. ..... 1275
... ....... 36,57
.. ....... 25
5, 54, 57, 61, 66,
... ........ ..36
Godfrey, James. ..... 25, 92, 93, 119
Godschalx, Janice ........ 25. 79, 81
Goehler, Nancy ...... 25, 64, 69, 73,
Goerl, Ralph .....
Goodman, Glenn. ..
Goodwin, Patricia ........ 71, 73, 100
Gosha Pauline ............... 25, 83
Gaa,lAaen .... 25,64,70,72,74,7g
Gosz, Donna .... .. ..
Gosz, Richard ......
Graham, George. . .
Grahatn, Gerald ....
Grathen, Sylvia ....
Gregorius, Kent ....
.. ....... 19
Gresenz, Janet .... 25, 57, 64, 73, 108
Gresenz, Jerome ......... .,.. 3 7, 62
Gresl Shirley ............... 37, 101
Griesbach, Nancy .... ....... 3 7, 77
Grimmer, Boyd .....
Grimmer, James ....
Gruber, Betty ....
Grunska, James ....
Gurnee, William. . .
Gutreuter, Gary ....
25 76 100
Hackbert, Barbarald. 79, 81, 84
....25, 60, 97, 103
Hagen, Erwin ................ 25, 77
Hagen, Sandra .....
Hale, Donald ......
Halverson, Ardis .... ..........
Halverson, Joan .................. 19
Hameister, Helen. . .
Hameister, Harry. ............. 19, 77
Hamilton, Carol ...... 25, 81, 83, 103
Hamilton, Kenneth ...... 19, 103, 104
Hamilton, Richard. .37,
Hamilton, Roger. .25, 73, 74, 79, 84,
Hamm, Karen .......,.,.......... 19
Hannemann, Dennis AA.. .... . ..... .
Hansen, Jacqueline ,.,, ....19, 61,
Hanson, Shirley .,,....... .....,. .
Hansen, Sandra .......,....... 19, 72
Hardy, Ceceil ..,..,.............
Harriman, John. .23, 37, 59, 61, 66, 68,
81, 83, 112, 118, 119, 121,124
Harrmann, Lynne ...,,.,.......,..
Hart, Edwin ........ .....,....... 2 5
Hartzheim, Barbara ,... .... 3 7, 72
l-lartzheim, Dorothy ..,. ....., 1 9
Hartzheim, Kathleen ,............. 37
Hartzheim, James. ,.............,. 19
Hast, Janice .,.....,.. 25, 71, 73,101
Hatch, Dianne ..,..... ......., 3 7, 76
Haugen Nurses' Scholarship ....... 123
Hauser, Joyce. . . . . . ..
Hauser, Lois ..... ,... . . . .
Havel, Jerold .......
Hebeler, Richard ....
Hechel, Mildred ....
Heckel, Mary ,..., . . .
Heegeman, Lawrence. .
Heejeman, Stephen. . .
Hei , Barbara ...,....
Heimmermann, Eunice. .
Heimermann, Joyce. .37,
Heinzl, Patricia .......
Helein, Margaret .....,.
Helein, Robert ....
Heller, Barbara ....
Heller, Joann .....
Heller, Joanne .....
Hendricks, Carole ..,..
Hendricks, David ....
Herbst, Yvonne. . .
Herrman, Edris ...,
Herrmann, Phyllis . . , . .
. ,.... 37
.. .... 19,91
Hertzfeld, Virginia ..,............ 19
.25 74 97 104
Herzber , John ......
Heuer, Ghristine ...,... .'.38l 60: 104
Hickinbotham, Monica ..... .... 1 9, 65
Hietpas, Geraldine .... 19, 77, 96, 104
Hietpas, Robert .......
Hill,Charles ...... ....,. 1 9, 70, 99
Hill, Marilyn ....
Hill, Thomas ....
Hillman, Tom ....
Hinton, Tom ....
Hintz, Beth. . .
Hintz, Jack ....
Hintz, Nancy ....
Hintz, Roylee .......
as as 99
Hinzman, Marvin .... ......
Hoerning, Kareen .....
Hofacker, Richard .....
Hoffman, Ken ,.,......
Hoffman, Richard ......
Hoffman, Rudy ,.......
Hoh, Betty Ann .............. .... 1 9
Hoh, Daryl ......., 25, 74, 79, 83, 84
Hoheisel John ............ ...... 1 9
Hoier, Willard .... ............... 2 5
Holcomb, Clifford ................ 38
Holcomb, Janet ....... . .25, 100, 101
Holcomb, Janice. . .25, 100, 101, 103
Holland, Janice ........ 38, 56, 63, 68
Hollander, Gretchen ...... 38, 57, 58
65, 72, 83
Holler, Elaine .......
Homes, Pete ......
Hom Philip ................. 25, 88
Hooymanl Elayne. . 'e:i,'1oo
Hooyman, Ervan. ................. 38
Hop ensperger, Donna ......, ..... 3 8
Hopfensperger, Mary L. .... 19, 73, 78
Hopfensperger, Ronald ....... ..... 1 9
Hopkins, Susan ............ 19, 70, 73
Horgen, Duane .....
Horn, Dennis ............. 25, 72,'99
Horn, Louis. . .25, 88, 93, 94, 96, 119
Horn, Mary ................. 25, 101
Horn, Patricia ....... 78
Hostettler, Faye ....
Hostettler, Jay .....
Houlihan, James .....,. .....
Howard, Sharon ..,..
Howe, Carol ......
Hughes, Richard ....
Huhn, Janice ..,.
Huolihan, Anna ....
Huth, Sue. .........
Huven, James ....
Jacobs, Nancy .......
Jaeckels, Francis ....
Jenkel, Susan ......
Jennerjahn, Donna . ,
Jennerjahn, Tom. . .
, y ......
Jentz, Sandra .....
Jesse, Ramona ....
Jobe, Robert .....
.. ....... 20
Jesse, Robert ......
9, 61, 67, 88, 92,
Jochman, Joseph. . .
Jochman, Margie. . .
John, Thomas ......
Johnson, Donald. . .
Johnson, Girard .....
Johnson, Joyce ....
Johnson Mar aret
.26, 88, 89, 96
, g . . .
Johnson Stephen ....
Jonen, Janice ......
Jonen, Phyllis ......
Jooss, John. . .26, 6 , , ,
Jooss, Robert ...... 20, 61, 74, 91, 96
Jorgenson, Barbara ............... 39
Joyce, Carol ...... 25, 26, 56, 58, 60,
Juhnke, James ......
Jungers, Robert.. -. U. . l39, 88, 90, 96
1 88,92 93 96
68, 74, 83, 84
20, 91, 96, 99
Jury, Maurie .... ...20, 91, 95, 96, 99
Kain, Jerry ......
Kamkes, Howard. . .
Kaezor, Elaine .... . .
....20, 88, 96, 99
Kane, Roger .......
Kaphin st, Fred .....
Kappelf, Beverly ....
Kappell, Marlene ..........,.
Kappell, Shirley ....
Kasten, Robert .... .... 3 9, 97, 98, 99
Kasten, Thomas .....
Kauth Lois . . .
Keatirlg, Barbara: . ..
Keating, Clifford ................. 26
Keating, Peter ......
Keating, Robert .....
Keller, Bowen .....
Kerrigan, James ............... 39, 98
Kersten, Audrey ....
Kese, Vita .... . ..... .
Kettner, John ....
Kettner, William ....
Kexel, Barbara .....
Kickland, Douglas. . .
Kieffer, Ruth .......
Kiel, Jack .........
.. ........... 26
.. ....... ...... 6 5
.. ........... 39
39, 54, ss, 61, 71,
118, 121, 124
. ...... 20
. ............. ,26
.. ......... 39
King, Judith ......
Kinnard, Patricia ....
Kinnard, Thomas ..,.
Kippenhan, Janet. . .
Kippenhan, Lawrence. .
Kirk, Bill ....,.... .
Kirkland, James .....
Klapper, Lois .......
Klein, Mary Sue .,..
Klika, Donald ....,.
.20, 60, 62, 75
26 88 90,99
Klika, Harland ............. ...... 2 0
.40 56, 65, 101
Klippness, Margaret. .
Klister, Russell ........
Kloes, Patricia ...,....
Kluge, Ann .....
Knaack, Janet .....
Kneip, Charles ......... 20, 62, 96, 99
Kneip, Mary ....
Knoke, Gary .....
Knoke, Lea ...........
Knostenberg, John ....
Knostenbergs, Mara. . .
Knuijt, Darlene ................ 20, 78
Knuppel, Jeanette .... ......... 1 6, 26
Knutson, Pat ....,................ 20
Kobal, Mary ..................... 26
Kobal, Roseann ........ 20, 75, 79, 84
Kobs, Bruce ........ 20, 91, 95, 97, 99
Koepke, Don .......,............. 26
Koestler, Pauline .......... ....--- 4 0
Kohl, Darlene ...., .... 2 6, 101
Kohl, lrene ...... ..... 1 6, 20
Kohl, Shirley ..................... 40
Kollath, Phyllis ............. .,......
Koller, Janet .... 26, 64, 65, 73, 76,
77, 85, 111
Kolosso, Mary ................ 20, 78
Konesnik, Mariann .... ........ 4 O
Konz, Jonathan ..... ........ 2 0, 72
Korth, Norita .....
Kositzke, Gail ..,.... ........ 2 0, 101
Kositzke, Judith ......
Kositzke Richard ....
.20, 60, 74,101
Kositzkel Ronald N. ....... 40, 98, 124
Krabbe, Ralph ......
Kramlich, Ken .....
Kranzusch, James .............. 20, 72
Kranzusch, Richard ......... 40, 76, 77
Kraus, Carol .............. 26, 81, 83
Krause, Carol .................... 20
97, 99, 102
Krause, David.. .
Krause, Karen .................... 26
Krause, Lois ...... 831 100
Krause, Nancy .......... ......... 2 0
Krautsch, Chester .............. 20, 91
Kreiling, Frank ....
Kreiling, Lee ..................... 26
Kreiling, Lu Ann ..... 20, 72, 100, 104
Krejcha, Lawrence ..... -.--.-----. 4 1
Krieck, Gary ..................... 26
Krieck, Nancy .... 41, 49, 55, 58, 64,
68, 69, 75, 79,116
Krieglstein, Barbara ............... 20
Kriehn, Karen ........... ......... 2 0
Kroll, Gerald ............. 41, 77, 98
Krolow, Mary Ellen ............... 26
Kronberg, Ned .... . . .
Kruclceberg, Joan .... ........-. 2 6
Kruckeberg, Wanda. . .. . . .26, 80, 100
Krueger, Arlin ......
Krueger, Audrey ....
Krueger, Barbara ....
. ....... 26, 81
Krueger, Beverly ..... ............ 2 6
Krueger, Doris .... ............... 4 1
Krueger Eugene .......
Krueger, Faith .......
Krueger, Theodore ................ 20
Krueger Vera ......
Krull, Virginia. . ..
Kuba, Judith ....
Kuehnl, Roland ....
Kufner, Barbara. . .
Kufner, Yvonne. . .
43, 63, 69
Nowak, Marilyn ...........
Kuhr, Bonita ............. 26, 74, 100
Kunitz, Charlene .... 26, 38, 64, 71, 83
Kuse, Florence ........ ........... 2 6
Kutchera, Robert ..........,....... 26
Laedtke, Don .... .... 4 1, 76
Laehn, Diane .... .... 4 1, 63
Lake, Ray ........ ..... 8 8
Lamenskg, Peter .... ..,. 2 0
Lamers, arbara .... .... 2 0
Lang, Wanda .... ..... 2 O
Langdok, Jerry ..... ......... 2 O, 97
La Plant, Robert .................. 20
Mauel, Nancy .......... 100, 101, 103
Mauthe, Marian .......... 20, 78, 100
Maves, Ruth .............. 42, 72, 82
McBain, Janet. .42, 55, 58, 67, 82, 118
McCann, Evelyn ......
McCann, Marlene ....
McClanahan, Garrett. .
McCormick, Carol ....
McDonald, Jewell ....
McEathron, Ann .... 20
McGinnis, James ............,.... 42
Nohr, Nancy. . . .
Nowak, Lois .... . . .
Nowak, Stanley ......
Nowak, Vernon .....
Nowell, Peter. . .
Nymoen, Mary A
Nowak, Janice ................... 21
43, 54, 58, 59, 69
O'Brian, Barbara ..... 43, 54, 61, 69
Odegard, Richard. . .27, 88, 89, 90, 99
Oellerich, Robert ................. 21
Ogaard, Peter .......
La Rose, Robert ..,.... 41, 62, 98, 102
Larson, James ....
Latin Award .....
Latin Club ...,..............
Liethen, Cleo. ..... ........... 2 6
Laux, Allen .,................ 26, 98
La Violette, Jo Ann .... 20, 21, 69, 70,
La Violette, Helen. .41, 64, 65, 77, 82
Lawrence, Luc ........ 20, 57, 60, 78
Le Claire, Audrey ..,............. 20
Lecy, Jerry .... 20, 61, 73, 91, 96, 106
Le Fevre, Anita .,.......,.... 26, 100
Leimer, Jay ...,.............. 20, 59
Leimer, June ......,...... 26, 59, 101
Lembcke, Richard ......,..... 20, 104
Lemke, Barbara ..... 26, 60, 74, 81, 84
Lemke, Patricia ...... ..... 2 6, 82, 101
Lemke, Sandra ..., 41, 56, 58, 68, 69,
71, 73, 77, 118, 122
Lemmens, Gerald ................. 41
Le Moine, Beatrice ........ 41, 65, 77
Leonard, John ............ 26, 75, 84
Lesselyong, Floyd ............. 41, 98
Le Vee, Susan ...... 26, 68, 73, 76,
103, 109, 110
Lewis, James .... ........... 2 O, 62
Lewis, Robert ...... ........... 4 1
Library Staff ...,................. 67
Liebergen, Yvonne ..... 20, 75, 82, 84
Liesch, Pat ............... .... 4 2, 77
McGowan, John .... 26, 73, 98, 103,
109, 111, 119
McGraw, Mary ...... 26, 54, 68, 69,
71, 73, 80
Mclntyre, Richard .,.,........ 20, 111
McKahan, Jamie ...... 42, 56, 58, 73,
McKechnie, Katherine ...... 20, 57, 71
Meisle, Bill. .42, 46, 56, 68, 73, 75,
79, 84, 86, 110, 111, 114, 115
Melzer, Valerie .... .............. 2 6
Ohde, Pat ...................... 111
Ohlrogge, Theodore .,............ 21
O'KeefZ, Molly. . .27, 72, 73, 80, 108
O'Keefe, Pat ..........,... 27, 57, 82
Liethen, Mary ...,
Ligman, Faye, . .
Locke, Paul ......
London, Le Roy. .
Longworth, William ............... 26
Lorenz, Don .......... 42, 48, 73, 115
Loret, Roger .....
Luebke, lnez .....
Luebke, Norbert. .
Luedtke, Carlton. .
88 96 99
Luepke, Joyce ..... 57, 82, 100
Lust, James ................... 20, 91
Lutz, Sandra ....
Maahs, James ,...
Maas, Marlene. , .
Mackesy, James ..., ........... 4 2, 62
Madden, Steve. . .
....20, 96, 103
Memoriam ................,....... 8
Merkel, Carol. ..... . . .20, 100
Meulemans, Donald .... ..... 2 6, 81
Meyer, Donald .,..... .......... 2 6
Meyer, James ............. 26, 88, 99
Meyer, John ..................... 26
Meyer, Roberta. . .42, 56, 57, 60, 65
Meyer, Thomas .... 20, 70, 75, 97, 102
Mielke, James .............. ..... 2 0
Mielke, William ...... 26, 54, 66, 71,
77, 8.2, 113
Mignon, Jean .... .......... 2 0, 82
Miles, Mary .....
Miller, Alan ....
Miller, Carol. . .
Miller, Cathy. . .
Miller, Dan .......
Miller, Jeremy .... ....
Miller, Marjorie ...,.............. 43
.43 68 75 82
Miller, Mary Lee .....
Miller, Nancy C. ...... 38, 43, 56, 61,
Miller, Nancy Jo ....
Miller, Nancy L.. . . ,
Miller, Richard .... ............. 2 1
Miller, Sydney ................ 26, 62
Miller, Yvonne.. ....
26, 82, 100, 101
Mischke, Jo Louise ....... ........
Missling, Marlene ...... 43, 57, 58,
Mitchler, Virginia ...,..... 21, 70,
Moede, Hans. . .27, 88, 90, 92, 93,
Moore, Edward. . ,
Mudler, Janice ....
Mueller, Janice. . .
Mader, Dave ..... .........,. 2 0
Mader, Richard ..., ......... 9 9
Mader, Shirley .... .... 2 O, 100
Magnus, Mary ....... ..... 2 0, 75
Magnuson, Dorothy ............... 20
Magoon, Roger .................. 42
Malmstrom, Ronald ........ .... 2 6, 82
Malueg, Kenneth. . .26, 59, 60, 75, 84
Manske, Ruth ........ ......... 2 6, 76
Marcks, Adelyn, .......... 26, 77, 82
Marquardt, Lorita. .42, 59, 63, 67, 82
Marquardt, Thomas .....,.,....... 26
Marsh, Melba ..............,.... 26
Martin, Donald ............... 26, 98
Marx Award ...... ..... ....... 1 2 4
Massey, Roy ...... 36, 42, 66, 77, 103
Mathews, Barbara ...... 20, 68, 70, 82
Mathews, Michele .... 56, 58, 61, 65,
68, 69, 72, 82, 119
Matthews, Joanne ...... 26, 59, 60, 82
Mathey, Mickey ......... 80, 101, 104
Matteson, Nancy ....... 26, 64, 71, 82
Mueller, Lee. ....
Mueller, Louis. .......
Mossholder, Deloris ........... 27, 65
Mueller, Merle ..,.......... .....
56 58 61
Mullen, John .... 27,
Mullen, Margaret E.. ..
Myse, Vonda ......,.
Nabbeleld, Judith ....
Nagreen, Rochelle ....
Nagreen, Shila ..... 43
Nass, Richard ........
National Honor Society
Nature Club ........ .
Nau, Glen ..........
, 1 , 68,
82, 99, 116,119
.. ........ ao
Nehls, Richard ................... 27
Nelson, Alice ............. 27, 72, 77
Nelson, Lynne. .27, 57, 65, 69, 73, 108
Nemecek, James .................. 21
Nemecek, Kathryn ......... 27, 59, 60
Neubert, Joyce .....
Nieland, Kenneth. . .
Olm, Jerry ............... 21, 91, 95
Olsen, William ...,.......... 75, 104
Olson, Naomi ................... 21
Olson, Ramona ..... 44, 56, 58, 64, 73
Olson, Ronnie ............ 21, 91, 99
One Act Plays ............, 1
CDne,Dave ...... 27,56,68,96,102,
103, 112, 119
Ottman, Jane ...... 21, 55, 61, 69, 70,
Otto, Charles .......,........ 21, 98
Otto, Donald ....
Otto, Judith. . ,
Paalman, David ................... 21
Paessler, Peggy ..... 27, 59, 76, 77, 82
Pagel, Janice ................. 27, 59
Paltzer, George .................. 27
Parfitt, Douglas. . . .. . . .21
Pariseau, Mary. .. .... 21, 78
Park, Andrea .... .... 2 1, 70
Park, Clyde ...... .... 4 4, 59
Parker, Clyde .......,......... 44, 59
Parker, Sandra .......... ......... 4 4
Parker, Steve ................. 24, 27
Pam,.may .... 9o,91,55,64,65,7o,
73, 85, 100
Pellegrini, Evelyn ..... ........ 4 4, 77
Peai,Kay .......,...... 21,101,104
Peotter, Ann ....., 44, 57, 68, 69, 72,
73, 110, 115
Peotter, Joyce ...........,....... 27
Pep Band ................ ....... 8 4
Pershbacher, Jean ...... 44, 57, 58, 69,
Persons, Don ........,............ 44
Pesetsky, Leonard .... .... 2 7, 62, 75
Peterman, Roger .... .....,...... 2 7
Peters, John ..... ....... . . .27, 82
Peters, Mary ........... 44, 69, 76, 77
Petersen, Robert ........... 21, 81, 91
Peterson, Richard ....... . . .27, 96, 97
Petit, Colleen ...,
Piepenburg, Pat ......
Piette, Carl .....,
Piette, Carol. . .
Piette, Fred ....
Piette, Janet .....
Piette, Richard. , .
Piette, Robert ....
Pingel, Gayle .,.,
Pirner, Jean ....
Plach, Bill .......
Plamann, Diane. . .
Polisky, Judith. .27,
Pollard, Bart .... .
Pollock, Lorine. ..
Popp, Donna .....
Popp, Norbert. . .
Poppe Ken ......
Posniak, Dorothy. . .
Post, Mary Beth. .
Postler, Louise. . .
Pommerenke, Mary ....
54, 58, 69, 73,111
Potter, James ....... 21, 60, 62, 74. 96
Prasher, James. . .
Prasher, Sue .....
Price, Nancy ....
Priebe, Carol ...,
Prinlc, Dorothy. . .'
Prinlc, Sharon. ....
Pruett, Ma a .
Pugh, K ' . . . . .
Pusch, D a . . .
Putnam, L ise. ..
Quella, Dolores. .
Quella, Eugene. .
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Ray, James .......
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Reclt, Joylene ....
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97, 60, 75, 79, 89,
84, 88, 102, 119
Rehfeldt, Carol ....... 45, 49, 64, 100
Reinlce, Jean .,.... .............
Reinlce, Jean E. .... ..,.. .
Reinke, Jo Ann..
Reinke, Margie ..,. .... 2 1,
Reitzner, Shirley ..... ......
Remmenga, Ruth. .
Remter, Gerald .... .......
Remter, Judy ...... .........
. . . . . . .21
Rendall, Beverly. . . ,... 21, 74,
Rendall, Richard. . . .... 21, 91,
Rettler, Paul ..... ...............
Rettler Roger .................... 21
Retzlail, Patricia.. 16 21 60 77 82
Riley Daril ......
Rimple, Joan ....
Roberts, Gloria. .
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.27 55 60 77 82
Roeclz, Lynn Ann. .21, 69: 72,l82,'106
Roehr Jane. .45,65,67,71,82, 100,107
Roemen, John .................... 21
Rogers, Howard .......,...... 45, 80
Rohm, Dean ................,..... 27
Rololf, Robert .......... ,......... 2 1
69, 79, 1oo, 110, 115,
118, 121, 123
Root, Stephen ........ ..... 2 1, 62, 82
Rosenberg, Barbara .... 45, 54, 76, 77,
Rosenberg, Robert A.. .21, 69, 81, 104
Rossmeissl, Joan. .
Rowe, Ernest ....
Rubsam, Ronnie .... ..
Rudie, Dale .... .. .... 21
Rudlolf, Helen.. . . . . .45
Rudloff, Sharon .... ....... 2 1
Rudlol'l, Shirley .... . .......... 21
Rudolf, James ............. 21, 95, 96
Rueter, Wilbert ............... 45, 82
Rugland, Walter .... 46, 68, 73, 88,
Running, John. . .
Rusch, Donna ....
Russell, Janice. . .
.. .... 46
Schinlc, Beverly .....
Schinlc, Edward ....
.. ......... 22
Schinlce, Barbara .................. 27
Schinlce, Marvin .................. 46
Schlaflce, Sandra ....
Schloss, Robert .... 72,
Schlude, Donald .......... 46, 74, 103
Schlude, Phyllis. . .
Schmaling, Myra. . .
Schmalz, Kathy ....
Schmidt, Beverly. . .
Schmidt, Carlyle .... ............. 2 2
Schmidt, James ......--.------.--- 27
Schmidt, Judy ...... .............. 2 2
27 56 68 72
Schmirler, Toni ....
Schmit, Elaine ....
...27, 68, 79, 73,
Schneider, Mary ..... ..------.
Schnese, Jerry ....
Schoettler, Carl. . ,
Scholz, Janice ....
Schommer Mary. .
Schrage, Edward. .
Schreiter, Barbara .......... 22, 65, 82
Schroeder, Betty ......----- 46, 60, 63
Schroeder, Ellen ..... .... 2 2, 59, 71
Schroeder, James. .
Schueler, Dolores ..... ............ 2 2
Schuellce Don .....
, ........... .,.47
Schuetter, Anne. .47, 55, 67, 77, 81, 82
Schuh, David ..... 47, 74, 79, 84, 102
Schuh, Dolores ............... 27, 57
Schuh, Doris .............. 34, 47, 63
Schuh, Janet .... .... .... 2 2 , 34, 78
Schwahn, Allan ...... ............ 4 7
Schwartz, Judy .... 27, 59, 60, 74, 79,
Schwebs, Karen .,..
Schwebs, Kert ............ .22, 95, 96
Schwendler, Carl ..... 47, 67, 88, 89,
Scott, Dennis .... .
Seeger, David ....
Seehawer, Rose .... ....... 2 2, 70
Seehawer, Susie .... .... 4 7, 67, 104
Seg elink, Patricia ......... ....... 4 7
Xeigl, Frances .................... 22
Se dl, Patricia .... 27, 59, 77, 82, 101
idler, Phyllis ................... 47
Selig, Ruthie ...... 22, 54, 71, 82, 104
Semrow, Donna ...... ............ 2 7
Senior Class Play ....-.---- -114, 115
Seniors ...................... 30-52
Sense, William ..... 27, 59, 72, 75, 84
Seton, Leanna ......... 16, 46, 47, 101
Seton, Robert .................... 48
.27, 60, 68, 75, 09, 84
Shannon, Sally. .
Shortt, Roberta ............... 48, 63
Siegel, Barbara ...---. 56, 71, 79, 104
Sievert, Elaine ....,..... ......... 2 7
Simenson, Karen .... 22, 56, 69, 71, 82
Simon, Mary ..................... 27
Simon, Patricia .... ...... 4 8, 101, 104
Simon, Ronald. .27, 60, 61, 71, 96, 103
Simpson, Richard .......... 22, 79, 104
Slezalc, Charlene. .
Smaxwell, Mary. . .
Smith, Clifford. . .
Smith, Donald ...... ......-
Smith, Donald S ..... .........
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Smith, Alle 48
Smith, Kenneth ....
Smith, Patricia ....
Smith, Robert ....
Smith, Susan. . ,
Smudde, Leo ....-
Smudde, Thomas ....
Snell, Doris .... . ..
Sommers, James. . .
, ..... 22,
Sonnleitner, Glenn ..... .... 2 2, 98
Sophomores ............ .... 1 8-23
Sophomore Talent Show ....-. ---- 1 06
Souders Dave ................ 22, 62
Spallord, Sandra ....... ..... 6 3, 77
Spanish Awards. .
Spanish Club ......
Spears, John .....
Spector Award .......... ..---
Sp oner, Viclci. .22, 61, 64, 69, 70 73
Spflanger, Shirley. .' .....-...--- 13l 99
Sprister, Betsy .....-.-- -----4-- - - '97
Stach, Margaret .... 97
Stadler, Kathleen. . .
Staedt, Richard .....
Staedt, Thomas .....
Staidl George .....-.-
1 f'.'.'.'Q9,' 71
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. .22, 74
Stark, Jean ......... .
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Starfeldt, ever y I I 104
A7 9 , , 81
Stark, James ..,.... . . . .
Schuldes, Richard .... ......... 4 7 Stark, Kathryn ..... ..... 1 2, 00
2clgu:tz, getty ...... ....... 2 7 Stark, Marianne . . -49, 1, , 73
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Schultz, Joyce ..... .-.. 4 7, 71 Starks, B e y ... ... 9, 9 , 82
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Schulze, James ..... 22, 88, 89, 95 Ste s, ernon. . . . . . -. . . . .27
Schulze, Ronald ............ . .. . .2 S ames ..... .. ..22, 91,99
Schumacher, Evon ............. . . .27 in rg, R' ar . ....... 49, 76, 99
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Steinberg, Suzanne ....... 49, 55, 68,
Steinberg, William ................ 22
Steinfest, Dianne .............. 27, 57
Ueclcer, Eugene ....
Uecker, l-larlene .....
Ulrich, Margie .......
Wi l ler, Kenneth ...... ............ 2 3
Strover, Russel ........... ...,..
Steiner, Mary .... 27, 76, 77, 79, 100
Steinwedel, Robert. .49, 67, 68, 93, 94
Sterling, Tom .....,...... ...... . .49
Sternhagen, Marilyn ........... 22, 70
Stevenson Donald .... 49, 76, 77, 98
Stoeger, Joseph .............. 22, 77
Stoegbauer, Lois .............. 49, 63
Stolfel, Carol ................ 49, 78
Stohlman, Roy .... 28, 66, 68, 71, 81,
102, 108, 113, 119
Strader, Ervin .................... 22
Strehmel, Gerlinde. .22, 70, 75, 81, 104
Strieby, Lawrence. .22, 75, 79, 81, 84
Stringham, Joseph. .22, 91, 96, 103
Strobl, James .....,.............. 22
Ulrich, Shirley ................... 50
Ulwelling, Michael. . .21, 22, 61, 88,
95, 96, 106
Ushers Club ..................... 69
Utschig, Pat. . . ..... 22, 70, 73, 1400
V.F.W. Award ............,.... 122
Van Daalwylt, Marlene ....
Vandenberg, Floyd .......
Tierney, Thomas. .
Zimmerman, Lois .... 52, 56, 58, 67, 73
Strutz, Judy .....
Student Council . . .
Subert, Richard ..............,....
Sullivan, Patricia ............. 28, 100
Sylvester-Nielsen Award ......... 123
Swan, Kay ......
.....49, 60, 67, 118
Swan, Sue ................... 22, 72
Swanton, Pete. . . .... . .22, 76, 99
Talisman Business. ........ 57
Talisman Editorial ..,.............. 56
Taggart, Mary .... ................ 2 8
Tank, Jean ............ 28, 73, 75, 84
Tank, Sandra ....., 22, 57, 71, 82, 1'OO
Taubel, Cathy ............... 22, 100
Taubel, Darrell ................... 49
Temple, Mary. . .22, 55, 69, 70, 82, 100
Tennis .......................... 97
Tessen, Daryl ....
Tews, Pat .......
Tews, Richard .....
Thallce, Joyce. . .
Theisen, Robert. .
Theiss, Terry ....
Theyel, George. .
Thibert, Harvey. .
Thies, Robert ....
Thomas, James. . .
Thomas, Judith ....
Thomas, Edward: .
Thomson, Carl. . .
Thorson, Terry ....
Thurlc, Janet .....
Thurlt, Sharon. . .
Thyssen, Joan .....
Thyssen, John. ..... .
Timm, Robert ......
Timmers, Donald. . .. .
Toclt, Vincent ....
Tollefson, James .....
..22, 91, 96, 99
Tornow Mary Ann .... . . :50, 101
Totten, Ray .......
Treiber, David ....
Treiber, John .... . .......... 22, 82
Trinrud, Ramona. . ..... 22, 82, 104
Tumbling Club. .. ......... .103
TurriFl, onstance ................. 28
Tyvol, Thomas .......
Vanden Boom, Elaine ..... 22, 74, 101
Vandenboom, William ......... 22, 74
Vanden l-leiden, Charlene. .22, 57, 82
Vanden l-leiden, Rose ............. 50
Vanden l-leuvel, Adele ........ 28, 81
Vanden Heuvel, Donald .... ..... 2 8
Vander Linden, Betty .... ....... 5 O
Vander Linden, Phyllis. .. .... 28, 78
Vanderloop, Dorothy .... ....... 2 2
Vanderloop, Joan ..... .... 5 O, 63
Vander Putten, Roxann. . . .... 28, 76
Van Dinter, Betty ................ 28
Van Dynhoven, Gerald ..... 22, 74, 97
Van Eperen, Adrianna
Van l-lorn, James ....
Van Landghen, John. . . ...,... . .28
Van Lyssel, James .... ..... 2 2
Van Lyssel, Joan .............. 50, 55
Van Ooyen, William .............. 50
Van Oudenhoven, Beverly ..... 22 74
Van Rooy, David .....
Van Rooy, Thomas ................ 50
Van Ryzin, David ......
Van Ryzin, Suzanne ......
Van Stappen, William .... .,..... 2 2
Van Schyndel Ruth .... ..... 5 1
Van Wyk, David ...... ..... 2 8
Veitenhans, Joseph. . .. . . . . .22
Velie, David ...... . ..... 51
Velie, Joan ....... ............. 2 2
Verlcuillen, David ....
Verlcuillen, James ....
Verrier, Gerald ......
Verbriclc, James .........
Verbruggen, Janice ......
Voeclcsl Garyl . . .'.'.'93, 81, 88, 95
Voeclcs, Marilyn .....
Vogt, Alice ...,....
Voigt, Janice ....
Vol l, Jean ....
Vyse, Art .......
Wadsworth, Tom ......
. ......... 23
.51, 76, 77, 92,
93, 94, 107
Wagner, Najicy .... ....... 5 1, 78
Walter, Laurel ..... ....... 2 3, 65
Wanlcey Noreen ................. 23
Ward, Carol ....,.. ..... 1 6, 23, 101
Wendt, Rodney .............. .28, 98
Wenzel, Michael ....
Wereley, Dave .....
Werner, Ray ........
West, John .........
West, Lawrence Allan ......
Wheeler, Gene .....
Whitman, Karen .....
Wichmann, Joanne. . .
Wickesberg, Ramona ..............
Wiegert, Dennis .....
Wiggins, Patricia. . .
Wiegand, Peter ....
Wilcox, Ted ...,...
Wilharms, Russell ....
Wilkinson, Judith ....
Wilkinson, Sue ..... 23, 56, 68, 69, 70,
75, 79, 82, 84
Williams, Richard .......... ....... 2 3
Williams, Roger .................. 61
Williamson, Geraldine ............. 23
Wilson, Jerelyn ........... 51, 77, 82
Wilz, Patricia .................... 23
Wink, James ...... 20, 21, 23, 59, 61,
Winlcler, William .....
Winter, Frances .......
Winters, Sandra ......
Winters, Shirley ....
Wisneski, Thomas .....
Witter, Flora .......
Witzlce, David ....
Witzlce, Janet. . . .
Witzlce, Thomas ....
Woldt, Arlene .....
Wolfe, Alice ....
Wolfe, Marie ....
Wolff, lrna ........
Wolff, Janice .......
Wollgram, Nancy ....
Wolk, Joyce .......... ..... 5 1, 63
Wolosek, Clarence ..... ..------- 9 8
Wolters, John .......
Wooden, Roger ....
Wordell, Ellen .....
Worden, Lois .....-.
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Worden, Peggy Ann .... . - - 1
Wordell, Ellen .......
Wren, Jerome. . . . .
Wrgn Madge ....... ....... S 1
Wunderlich, Gerald .... .-.-- 9 3
Wunderlich, Ronald ..... .-.-..- 9 3
Wunderlich, Ruth .... .--.- 5 11 63
Wyman, Joan ........ .......... 5 2
Yonan, John ............. 23, 96, 103
Yonan, Sally ..................... 78
Zanzig, Mary ...... 52, 56, 61, 73, 76,
77, 114, 118
Warner, Donald .................. 23
Warner, Marjorie .... 28, 54, 60, 68,
69, 75, 79, 80, 84
Wautlet, Kathleen ............ 23, 101
Weber, Audrey ............... 23, 78
Weber, Eric ..................... 23
Weber, James ........... ........ 2 3
Weiss, Jeanine .... 23, 25, 70, 74, 84
Zanzig, William ............... 23, 70
Zebilc, Eugene. . .
Zehren, Gene ....
Zehren, Lealane. .
Zerbel, Arthur .....
Ziegert, Robert ............... 52, 77
Zimmerman, Joanne. . .
.28, 68, 73, 111
Weiss, Nancy ........
23, 56, 71, 104
Wegner, Kay ..,................. 28
Weller, Charles ........... 28, 55, 95
Wendlandt, Nancy ......... 23, 71, 75
Welson, Catherine ..... .... 5 1, 101
Wendt, Larry .......
Zimmerman, Nancy ................ 28
Zordel, Marion ....... 23, 57, 65, 69,
Zuelzlce, Donald ........... 28, 97, 99
Zwerg, Charles ....... 52, 67, 99, 102,
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