Appleton High School - Clarion Yearbook (Appleton, WI)

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MANN Superintendent of Schools B.A., Ripon College, M.A., University of Wisconsin They Achievement of an efficient administration in the school system is the goal of Mr. Iohn P. Mann, superintendent of schools. Capable assistance in solving the complex issues that confront the schools is rendered by the Board of Education. The responsibility of running the high school rests in the experienced hands of Mr. Herbert Helble, principal. He is constantly presented with problems large and small, and disposes of all of them with equal vigor, inspiring faculty and stu- MR. HERBERT H. HELBLE Principal BA., Beloit College, M.A., University of Wisconsin Columbia University, University of Chicago administer, guide dents alike. Mr. Werner Witte, assistant principal, is also to be credited with the fine administration and prog- ress of the school. Acting as dean of boys, man- aging the athletic department, and teaching in the social science department comprise his many duties. A cheerful greeting and a pleasing personality characterize Miss Annabelle Wolf, dean of girls. She never overlooks a student in need and is ever jc. - L f 8 . . . Faculty Mr. lohn A. Schneider, Mr. Victor Suninicht, Mr. Edward Krueger, Mr. Franklin lesse, Mr. Edmond Sutherland, Mrs. Myrl Davis, Mr. Earl Harder MR. WERNER WITTE MISS ANNABELLE WOLF Assistant Principal, Faculty Athletic Manager Dean of Girls Guidance Director Social Studies Student Council BA., M.A., Lawrence College B A Lawrence College M Ed University University ot Chicago ot Colorado and serve ready to lend a helping hand. Miss Wolt also acts as adviser ot the Student Council and Otters special vocational guidance to seniors. Barbara Totzke, Shirley Schiedermayer, and loyce Wolk carry out the clerical duties in our efficiently run school ottice. Under the direction ot Mr. Lewis lury, the cus- todians do a splendid job ot maintaining the ex- cellent condition and appearance ot the building and surrounding grounds. Mrs. Esther Eastman and Mrs. Mildred Captain A-5,54 991204 rl? 5 MRS. VIRLEY BROWN MISS MRS. GENE NIENOW Eiiglnch, Driimatics DOI-ORES LANDREMAN English, History, Backstage BRI., St. Cloiifi State College Enqllshf Quill and Scroll B.S., Stevens Point BA., Lawrence College State College MA., University of Minnesota University ot Colorado MISS MINNE SMITH English BA., Lawrence College Northwestern University Universities ot Colorado Belgium Your faculty ENGLISH The understanding, use, and appreciation of the MISS MISS RUTH PARKINSON LAVERNE KNIEBUSCH Assistant Librarian English' Publicity BA., Lawrence College BA., MA., University ot Wisconsin M.L.S., University of Wisconsin English language are brought to the students through the English department. English is a compulsory subject in the sophomore and junior years. During this time, students gain the ability to express themselves orally and in writ- ing. During their junior year, a study of American literature instills in them a greater appreciation ot Classroom libraries are used to acquaint the students with a Wide range ot reading materials. Time spent in reading current publications intro- duces them to valuable sources ot information. In their senior year, students may select either a college-preparatory or a general English course. The latter Otters a turthering of English knowledge to those who do not intend to go on to school. In- cluded in the college-preparatory course is the study ot literary works of well-known English authors. Columbia University University ot North Carolina Jv' I their American heritage. 54' 1 ,, I22 X rt' I -I V1.1 an kikz . r I - pllij MISS ETHELWYN BAERWALDT MISS MYEl2nTIEhBROOKS Head Librarian Q B.Ed., Oshkosh State College B.ErI., Stevens Point Ph.M" University State College B.I..S., University ot Wisconsin Denver University of Wisconsin University ot Colorado MISS MARIORIE WILLIAMS English, "Talisman" BA., Carleton College Columbia University, Universities of Wisconsin Oklahoma 10 . . . Faculty MISS ADELA KLUMB English Head BA., Lawrence College MA., Bread Loat School ot English, Middlebury College Universities of California, Minnesota, Chicago, North Carolina Students also review grammar and letter-writing and do extensive work in composing themes and term papers. Hal - Ln. 5 Learning through discussion-Wochos, Danlay, Schulz, J., Newbury, Johnson, W. Q ARMIN GERHARDT, IR. MR. OWEN REPPERT iustrial Arts, Printers Club Industrial Arts, Backstage 3 M.S., Stout State College B.S., M.S., Stout State College riends and teachers INDUSTRIAL ARTS A class in industrial arts can lay the foundation for a worthwhile future, an interesting vocation or a hobby. A student may prepare for a career in many and varied fields. Courses in auto mechanics, mechanical drawing, printing, cabinet making and iron work provide valuable experiences and oppor- tunities for students to develop special aptitudes and interests. SCIENCE In this atomic age, the need for understanding the various fields of science is of utmost importance to students. Through the science department this need is fulfilled. In the sophomore year students are in- troduced to science through biology, a required subject. This course gives students a better under- standing of plants, animals, and man and introduces them to the interesting world of science. This in- terest often leads to further study in chemistry, con- cerned with the chemical changes of matter, and physics, the study of the physical changes of matter. Beginning: of another project-Gruruka, Boyer, K MR. MYRLON SEIMS MR. HARRY CAMERON Industrial Arts Industrial Arts Head, Lockers Oshkosh State College B.Ed., Oshkosh State College M.A., Lawrence College tilt A . l. I ,I I 2: I X - x ' L. fr -4- MR. CHARLES SCRIBNER Biology, Nature Club COGCII B.Ed., Stevens Point State College Ph.M., University of Wisconsin MR. G. A. EDIGER Chemistry, Assistant Football B.A., Bethel College M.A., University of Kansas University of Colorado MRS. IACK BURROUGHS MR. JACK BURROUGHS Science, English Biology, Backstage RadiovForum Workshop B.Ed., Stevens Point BS., Lawrence College State Colleqe, Stevens Point State College Layton Art School, Army University, Universities of Colorado, Wisconsin MR. VERNON ZIMMERMAN Biology, Assistant Football Duty Coach B.Ed., Oshkosh State College Universities of Chicago, Wisconsin Case Institute of Technology MP. WALTER PRIBNOW Science Head, Physics, Noon Camera Club B.A., North Central College M.Ed., Lawrence College Faculty . . . 11 MR. K ENNETH EDGE Svcrial Studies, Ushers Club, lvlatheniatics Ifatlio Forum Wor'kshcirv B.Ed., Platteville State College M.A. Lawrence College MR. ADOLF S. DILLGN Social Studies Tennis Coach, Head Football Coach B.A., North Central College If 'Q' ii I r I MISS ELIZABETH PLOWRIGHT Social Studies, English "Clarion" Business Staff B.A., M.A., Lawrence College Oshkosh State College M.A., University of MR. HAROLD BRIESE MR. E. IOHN GOODRICI-I MR. KENNETH SAGER Social Studies Social Studies, "Talisman" Social Studies Head Audio-Visual Aids Bid., Qshkosh State Coileqp Humorous Declamation Ph.B., M.A., Lawrence M.A., University of Iowa Of5l0fY B.A., Lawrence Coll Your futures- SOCIAL SCIENCE The social science department prepares students for their future as citizens. All juniors are required to take American history. Through this course they learn about their own country's government, cus- toms and ways. Further courses are offered in world geography, economics, world history, psychology, and sociology. This year the social science department presented a new opportunity to the students in offering a five- day trip to Washington D.C. This educational ex- cursion toolc place during the Christmas holidays. LANGUAGES Languages, among the elective subjects in our school, are chosen by many students preparing for college. Appleton High School offers Latin, French, German and Spanish, giving the students the op- MISS IOANN RIEDL portunity to gain a knowledge of another language Latin, Latin Club besides their own. A study of the history and culture B.S., Milwaukee State Collegek S of these countries also becomes a valuable part ot Vjbkg QLXNXM. 5 eachcourse. 'LXXXXNXPXXQJ ' ' -R s.-Rave was WTAQTSQ wk Q.v-sf' MRS. VIOLET HIMEBAUGH Language Head Spanish, Spanish Club B.A., M.A., Texas Technological College Universities of Colorado, Wisconsin 12 . . . Faculty SCHLUETER mv N Germ lub Fren ub S It Northwe ll Mr. Exner confers wxth parents .A., Ph. , n'v on "Go to school nxght 'IR ANTHONY BACICH Orchestra, Symphonette M University of Wisconsin M A., Iowa State College American Conservatory MR. FRANK COMELLA Band, Pep Band Pep Club BS., Milwaukee State College M.A., Iowa State College Chicago 'heir dedication FINE ARTS Students of Appleton High School are fortunate to have opportunities and facilities which enable them to pursue interests. in dramatics, art and music. A speech course is offered in the senior year to all who are interested, and any student may participate in drarnatics, debate, oratory, declamation or ex- temporaneous speaking. An art course is offered for the artistically inclined. Band, orchestra, and chorus are available for those whose talents lie in music. HEALTH In the well-rounded program of the physical edu- cation department, students are taught the values of good health and good sportsmanship. From the wide variety of activities, they learn not only the importance of their physical welfare but skills in many sports as well. Home hygiene, which is a practical course in home nursing, completes the health program and is available to senior girls. MR. LESTER E. SCHULZ Chorus, Chorale Pep Club BM., Lawrence College MR. LAWRENCE WITZKE Physical Education Saturday Morning Bowling Curling Club, Bowling Club Intramurals B.S., Iniliana State College I ,, I I if It ir, n Hflmgm P -Y 'IIN' K . 'iilflt if 4' I , 19" it X . ,Ek F, Q , .5 . i lf' R MR. DAVID BLACK Physical Education Tumbling Club, Archery Club Square Dance Club, Intramurals BS., lvf.S., University of Wisconsin MR. KENNETH KUEMMERLEIN Art, Art Workshop Assistant Track Coach BS., Milwaukee State College M.S., University of Wisconsin MISS RUTH MCKENNAN Fine Arts Head, Declamation Dramatics, Curtain Call B.A., University of Wisconsin M.A., University of Iowa FN DPN P'lXz MRS. .lUl.lA O'KEEFE Nurse, Home Hygiene RN., St. Mary's School of Nursing B.S., Marquette University University of Wisconsin I Q1 L i , ii, e ------7 I 1 . 1 ., X, ,N as .s A-Hu, Ii lx l i. Qi - yhxji Xl A is - T236 X g il mv' if M i ,W,.irl,liini A jf -I Ni' ,-,, I' - I it ' . . - Miss PAULINE GAERTNER Safety fu-at-Eberhax-dt, Brouilard, R.. Brudmck, Buck. THEQDQSIA BREZEZINSKI physlcai Education! G.A-A. Pl'1YSICdl Education, Orchesis HSM L13 Crggge State College B.S., University mm Faculty . . . 13 MISS MR. IOHN GRAFF MRS. l.AURA LIVERMORE Commercial CAROLINE SULLIVAN Commercial Commercial Club Commercial Commercial Club Assistant "Clarion" BIA., Uiiiveisiiy of Basketball Coach Commercial Club Minnesota B.Ed., Whitewater B.Ed., Whitewater State College State College 5- , rf .4 MR. HERBERT SIMON MISS MR. Commeicidi LEONE ROBICHAUD RICHARD EMMANUEL Commercial Club Commercial Mathematics Assistant Track Coach Commercial Club Head Basketball Coach Assistant Ouill and Scroll B'Ed" Eau Ciaire Athletic Manager B.Ea., whitewater state coiieqe B.Ed., Whitewater State College State College lt f MR.BRUNO KRUEGER MR. RAY HAMANN MR. HUBERT WETAK Commercial Head Mathematics Head Mathematics, Debate Commercial Club A istant B'Ed' Q hk .ii "Talisman" Business Footljsll Coach Siaig Cgllegl Whitewater Assistant Track Coach University of State College University ot Wisconsin. B.A. Wisconsin, Oregon State College Lawrence College Universities ot Chicago, Wisconsin Lawrence College, Purdue University 1 ...-i " A' LEFT TO RIGHT: Elsner, -, . ,. ,..m...4 Ward, Schlude, Mrs. Hansen, Schaefer, I., Mrs. Schwartz, Fredricks, Frahm, Walter, L. 14 . . . Faculty MISS MARY O' LEARY MISS Home Aris CATHERINE Home Arts Club Home Arts B.S., M.S., University Home Arts of Wisconsin B.S. Stout State x I HOME ECONOMICS The home economics department of- fers interesting subjects to aid in the forl mation of tomorrow's homemakers. All students are taught the development of good taste and may pursue interests in either cooking or sewing. A one-year course is also offered to senior boys in foods, clothing, finances, and the duties of a host. COMMERCIAL The commercial department gives students interested in the business world excellent opportunities to learn the procedures of office work. Book- keeping, typewriting, shorthand, filing, and operating office machinery make up the outstanding program of this de- partment. MATHEMATICS Mathematics is designed to show stu- dents the value of quick and thorough reasoning and to acquaint them with many basic fundamentals. An introduc- tion to mathematics is essential for col- lege preparation. Further study is es- pecially beneficial to students wishing to pursue such fields as engineering. CAFETERIA In the cafeteria, students choose fooci from the varied assortment prepared by the head chef, Mrs. Mabel Schwartz. With the help of Mrs. Beatrice Hansen and several students, Mrs. Schwartz is able to furnish a nutritious lunch pro- gram tor as many as three hundred and fifty students. K JJLQ www aff' . , 1 'ff ' jfT,gsV ' QS- 'ix GV XR Q QNJ csfqff X, r' X Y I .Q p ,LVD Q U S, ACM Q 52' ,SVCY , jp , H Grvx Qffi . 5 ' we ss 3623, Purim'-' -fx-H P '-1,13 '-,. 1- '-2', I , V r Q Y, 1 .enu rwuwunwevuu fx-fws - fx M , R W ev1 Ai 1 .1 ., av T s - - A 6 Q .W.,. L,,, ,q.,,.,.,,..,,.w.n ' I I 1 i I 5 9 I . I , has In -2 1142 L,-fd f ' 1 , ' gN-lL, :V X rig, W JK ,'Q,f1if1fJif :lg Classes -,' an . . FW , i . A . 4, . Nw u NJ s H I 'Q .- .e-. S. TOP ROW: M. Ahrens, T. Ahrens, B. Allard, W. Andersen, N. Andersen, D. Arenl, R. Armslronq, I. Baer, I. Baldwin, S I. Barrett, R. Bartman, B. Bauman. BOTTOM ROW: L. Bauraxn, P. Beckley, W. Bedard, N. Behle, S. Bener, T. Benlon, C. Berqhuis, S. Berqhuis, C. S. Berqslwaken, W. Bernhaqen, P. Bessell, B. Biechler. Ni iv 'I A. v X D' i ' lf A I I .- L 5 g ai Q S. f A H r P 3. ' I L. Botker, M. Bowers, I. Boyle. M. Bradford, R. Brantigam, R. Brl D - B. Brinkman, C. Brinkman, L. Broc f Q f 1 Z " 9 A - ..- 1-'I ' li 1 T'-' ' ' A S... , B. Bm-cn, M. Billxnqlon, G. Bishop. P. Hldlmik, II. HI-wr-k, D. Blrmdcxrll. l. Bndmvr, S. Iiudnwr, A. Bndway. R. Hurrlmrf'll, W. Brxrum, R. Basin. ' 4 .I , I' 2 -is L is r t-' ' 4- , 5. Polly Gosha makes-up Mary McKee - ' ' I -1 . for the Soph Show. 4- ' W ,li 4? 3 "' S-, if ie 55,1 NJN A -I ', 1. nw, J ? Y J . f X 'gb' l ' vi I - . s., ...- -4 -n W TOP ROW: I. Brown, S. Brown, K. Brummund, N. Bubolv, I. Bueitner, T. Buxton, D. Byfield, M. Callahan, A. Campbell, B. Captain, W. Casper, C. Chmiel, L. Christ: MIDDLE ROW R. Chrishanson, T. Christie, S. Coggeshall. I. Collar, I. Collins, I. Colion, C. Coilrell, I. Cross, A. Cunningham, K. Currie, B. Cuichin, I. Daniels, I. D BOTEOM ROW: A. Darlinq, P. Davis, G. DeBruin, M. DeDecker, I. Deflerdinq, D. DeLain, R. Deltqen, W. Deltgen, S. Dellour, D. Dehchler, R. DeShaney, M. DeVl xesiler. 16 . . Sophomores 1 D H 4' T ,IQ mm, M I .1 'A f w 1 4 . Q .. ,. 1 .. 5 f I . 11 :Q ,N . N . . . V ,F 4 . . , .. 1 '-::-- ' . ,. 5 . .Li E .Tv , .i ,V HSE.: 'ji-'idx me A IV ' . Xe I TOP ROW: F. Dietz, I. Dohr, S. Dommowski, R. Douglass, I. Dresden, I. Ducat, D. DuFrane, R. DuFrane, M. Dunsirn, D. Duss' P. Duszynskl, W. Dykema, W. Easfman. 1.5, W K, D, I, K BOTTOM ROW: L. Edwards, I. Eqqert, R. Eqqert, W. Eick, I. Eickman, K. Ellenbecker, M. Ellenbecker, I. Ellnott, R. Emmer, In 5' '- s"' v,L" ., C. Ewnld, K. Ewiq, C. Fnnse-low, I. Fauk. ' 3' 1: A 'ig gf. I Wlt t e op ow -- c. ' :.I' "' I. ig. ,LJ I .. A . , . J, . I' gr u I .. Q I 1 A 1 an ', , , a , " . 32 e - R. Cmrdner, P. Gadzke, I. Genus-rke. ' X 'gh , .A .V B. Qaulhier, M. Gebhelm, R. Gerhardf. , 'jk ' G. Gerxcke, W. Gxbson, S. Gxller. B . 1. vb. X J , lx' I' . . . 5 -fir' .F 'S I if . T .T VII " ' xv K KA- ' I , E 5 - 1 H. . 3 A "f, I. Feavel, I. Felauer, A. Femal. .1 5 ' Q: ' R. Fenlz, I. Ferron, C. Fischer. iq S 'Q' 1. Q' M. Fischer, P. Fischer, R. Fisher. . W.. '. X I. Fredricks, L. Fryfoqel, C. Gammelin .hvllvrpr ' Q ' i . I 4 - J ' gf. s S ' ' ' G' 3 I " I . I A, , , X I V . I' hu Mary Ouella and Paul Jack portray the characters in a southern melodrama. Q Y? ' ,Q I G A R ' ' W ' I-71 'ff' , " .' . 3. FI- -V 9' Q- 1' + f e I-M: .g Ia .,.. ..., Lf.: 1 F - .- . , I ,... , !,R.3 V 5 M, J W 3,5 ' .fa Q 5 I A .N 5 1 5 . .rl V ef -, :H .I I A 'I -ss 5? a -3 "Rt f X ' V1 ' Til' 1 K - . 1 A ' - TOP ROW: I. Goehler, I. Gooding, L. Gosha, C. Goss, M. Gresenz, Ia. Greunke, Io. Greunke, P. Grmshaber, K. Gruber, R. Gvlrnee, H. Hamann, L. Hameister, P. Hando. MIDDLE ROW: C. Hansen, E. Hanson, I. Harmon, C. Harp, I. Harhes, K. Havel, I. Hayes, D. Heeqeman, C. Hexmmerrnann, D. Hemrliz, G. Hemel, L. Helms, R. Helvey. BOTTOM ROW: D. Herman, R. Herrmann, G. Herrmann, T. Heuer, I. Hodqins, P. Hoeffel, K. Holehouse, I. Holzer, R. Hoollhan, M. Hooymnn, M. Horn, D. Hosteltler, D. Howe. Sophomores . . 17 , ' A I IL' 'I' . A ur iii". I L Q.. I - 4 a, :ical V , 4,123.1 - I-IV - ...i 'mul 4 . l Y S , 31 0: 1 ' T I. Keso, D. Klrtkland, P. Kimball. II. Kmq, R. Klnq, K. Klrlcpalrxck. I. Klum, D. Klmqlmell, R. Kloes, CT. Knnpsln-sn, C. Knoke, II. Knoll. .. lg " ,Q . 1. .J if if li Vy- cf ix - f 3 ., :.V.' Q ' f! ' nlgytki v I' 5 ' . - Lf- A i V' 'fi .LG ft: 1 s Q... .f5 :iid F lg K , , lk .MW 1 -E 1 J TOP ROW. N. Howey, D. Hughes, I. Huhn, I. Huolihan, T. Hnven, I. Inqenlhron S. Iimos, Ia. Iochman. Ioa. Iochman. BOTTOM ROW: Ioy Iochman, B. Iohnson, R. Iohnson, W. Iohnson. T. Iohnston, M. Kaslen, D. Kalke, I. Kelloq, M. Kerslen. , P. Iack, T. Iacobs, S. Iahnke, B. Ienner1ahn P. Iorqenson, V. Ioyve, D. Iuhnke, I. Kal? You grew through your Sophomores dissect grasshoppers in their biology classes. Kay Currie, Ann Femal and Mr. Burroughs. ' Q. IK- . lf: If 1' " Q 7 Iii ' I T.R " '- ' P' 1.5 116. I Y. 1 I . .41 ff- R . . 9 I C. Knuriszen, D. Kolas, R. Kos-pke. G. Kohl, I. Kulosso, R. Kopelke. M. Kowalke, L. Kownlkuwskn, G. KI'-all 'Lf' . By? Q x ' ff , ,... -9 vs. .2 1,1-22 " , as .. pw I .f as I . 'az Q 95 4' 4 K 'C' 1 . 4 es, Jiifaff. X'--' ' K .14 F -fi, .-Y., E N 9 Q. 5, V - 1. 45.3 . K FT I 1. ' 5 MKII ! - .Q ' ' 'lf' J' , . 1, " ' - -' 4. 21.1 '- 1' g- ' ' ' .6 .. If 'U "VI E I. .. 'f a I f i 1 . 'ku' 1 5:15 '- ,. at I Ii A!! A :x l A: Q 5: ' j . A 'X L--. X ,ff ,N - A -X -4 . ,A I' U, I , ,,,. ., , lv all ll I A Q ,rj I 5 1 b A 5 1 I ,I - , 1 -I TOP ROWA R. Krahn, F. Kmnzusvlx, K. Kranzusch, E. Krause, I. Krause, G. Kroiss, C. Krolow, K. Kronberq, P. Krueqer, R. Krueqer, S. Krueger, D. Kuba, R. Kuhr. MIDDLE ROW' C. Kumlz, I. Kumlman, I. Kulchera, D. Lamon, C. Lande, R. Landis, I. Lanq, S. Laue, D. Laux, D. Le Claur, M. Le Cldlf, R. Le Molne, C. Lemons. BOTTOM ROW: Gen. Lmzmvyer, Ger. Lmzmeyer, M. Livnnqston, V. Loberqer. I. Lockery, R. Lockm, D. London, D. Loos, D. Luebke, B. Manloch, D. Mahoney, I. Maldwxn L. Malmslrom. 18 . . . Sophomores .P . mr w - ' ' e .11 ' 'OP ROW: I. Mnlueq, M. Mnnier, R. Munnebach, S. Manneback, R. Marsh, P. Marske, S. Martin, R. Marx, L. Mayer, M. Mayer, I. Msrlinin, T. Mvcnrlhy, I. McDonald. IOTTOM ROW: M. MvDonaId, D. Mclniyre, M. McKee, C. Menning, D. Meredith, L. Meyer, E. Miqon, R. Mlqon, C. Mxlhelser, various experiences N. Nvwl-vary, D. Nu-11, Ix. NwmuII1. R. Nu-nkv, K Oq.mrcI, I. OIx:'IL-. K. Olin, W. Ulla, Il. I'. v-valor. ff" , 9' ., L jk I ' 2' K+ ' -Q A in - 'I xg L S v- .1 . I . Geometry students study the Pythagorean Theorem. Mr. Wetak, Sue Schuman and Jim Zwerg. 112. .r v- L L.M S -1 Y -1. ' IIIL-r, M. Mlllefr, K. NIIIQIIQII. I' MII hell K MIIII vi, I.. Mc I I .-..ImIt, M. Mondo mrru-may, R Munqe-r, M Nnqreen Nxvnlf KNQIII IQSNII Ildl . . 'Q-.14 . ,.,-,. ,. ,mp if ., E . 3. , ' Y ,J V.. W4 4 mf . F wg D. , F 'BE .L I X ""'. - .: I 'YI "' WI- R, Q- ' . .. D in-, Y K . -U N ,' In hm L.. N ' I M 'J 1 ,Q YW' S! ...su 5. TOP ROW' R. Paltzer, I. Parker, D. Paul. A. Pearman, L. Peckham, B. Pelleqrml, P. Persons, S. Peterman, D. Pelerscm, S. Pmpenburq, B. Plach, C. Plach, I. Plach. MIDDLE ROW' B. Popp, I. Popp, M. Prior, R. Procknow, M. QueIIa, I. Radtke, T. Raqus, R. Rammer, M. Reed, I. Reeve, Cf. Rxeqr-I, 53. Reluen, R. Renier. BOTTOM ROW M. Rucker, C. Rxley, M. Rlmple, D. Rmdl, R. Rindl, I. Rxppl, P. Roblee, C. Roeck, N. Rc:I1m, D. Ruth, I. Rothv, R. Ruhmm, E. Rudolf. Sophomores . -I Ae- we wi .19 l . 'E 'Pr' . up - 1 1 v ss' - f 'V f 5 r - . - - at B ,. I . , , 5 157 I ' if - Q l .pl V. i it t G' i' T A I- , 'ilu ' ' ' A- um, .. . gp- ,H 5 , 1 TOP ROW: H. Ruqland, E. Ruscher, L, Russell, R. Russell, G. Sachs, C, Schabo, I. Schaefer, M. Schalelkee, T. Svlnltc r, L 2' ' f, Schindler, D. Sclnnke, E. Schlnke, G, Schinke. VY , ' .- 9, BOTTOM ROW: C, Schirmacher, C. Schmidt, P. Schmidt, M, Schmit, G. Schmitz, M. Schneider, V. Schneider, D. Svho l, . . K L. Schreiber, D. Schroeder, R. Schroeder, M. Schroeder, D. Schuetter. Q' . ' t L' T ' ' I ,' - i. 4 L -"-' " t K .4 4 'V .T I I 5 . , .4 - 9 op OIIHH WHS 9 .5, ,2 I va ' ' - A , Q , 3 " ' if? - - 1 l ' : Sl. L J ' , ,i lj -.1 P. Sheehy, D. Slmnnnl nh, M. Shorry. .3 -'s-L V , C. Sievert, I. I nor, W. Sinipu . I T ' C. Smlcler,,G, Skinner, . .' N 1 . P v. . I i A . - -1 -V 3, r fx, J. v - 1 fh-huh, Cl. Schultz, l. Schultz. V l, Iivliu . .fc . Svliiirimwlier. , -. I-vlnnn.ln, I. Sdlunmnn, M. Svell er, " Q " tv.-.-swim. I. Sf-llf-, li. Svriqstouk. -..N 1 3. Craig Harp and Mary Ellen Reed dance at the - pre-Christmas T. B. Dance. I 5 uv f ' ' i, at vo lb Q' J H, r ' .. . ' x i Au - 1" T 3 ' lim ,J ri i YU .. + A rf , M 4 "' 5 sf 5 ea, E Y' 1 if nf ,V hi 'f ," ' Q- - 2 8 1 'W K 1 vu i 1 ' ll 44 'v ' i S fn 1 if L Sm 1 on s 1 TX! I Sm llnnl c l p 1 ,-A., Q - . 'f ' ' " ii. . Q 0 5 T 45 5 .f 9 v 4 I' rr? L3 L' It l S lnll l EH Q - T, xl! s Q 1 .Q 4, v YA f. if A ' 1 in 5 A S' 3 1? ' I -- X ' 3 0 4, I fe f , 1 4. A 1 -fr e 4 " Nl A L s g 0 - 3' Q' K.. N 5 , - e .n F- 1- Q . i V V " ' 5 1 4 y x Y N ,v ' X K ' l V X ' fr 0 1 A RL k Q 5? I , . 'f ' F ' f, "sg fgx. H . , . T4 1. O 'Ur 1. ' ' . . Q 5 K 5'5" -f-- , . A., I X ji -A ' " -- 5, .. ,:,, J K... ,H .xii i , P b .V -J V , Y l - I . N ' L E ' I R 'Ti .I N I . f ' 1 J , 1 It WX I . V -V .., . , . .A P T - ,, . E 5A :Q B' ' ks -- :Q s- . l ' . we N i v ' . a ' at-4' V + . l I Q.l'l'r . .1 ' - ' I Q 1 ,. br... - A 2, X E, I ya T 2- , . T 1 Q.. - ex -, - e f 1- ' - . ,vlqi V 'yi 1 . 4 ' I t L o . " .A '-- Y'-4 Stroker. ll:-wkvr. Cl-niugfe-l, TOP ROW D. Smith, D. Smudde, R. Sorensen, D. Spanq, R. Stark, S. Steems, M. Stetlens, 1. Steinberg, P. Steinberg, R. Stevenson, A. Stuhlman, H. Stormleltv, D. MllPDl,l'f ROW' E. Tautwel, T. Temple, N. Tmzxner, S, Tlielsen, C. Thiel, A. Thompson, D. Thompson, I. Thurber, l. Tibbetts, R. Tierney, A. Tuck, D. Trinrud, D. HOTTOM ROW l. Ulwellmq, R. Vnndenlwerq, B. Vanden He-uvel, R, Vanden Heuvel. I. Vanderlmden, C. Van Doren, M. Van Dyke, D. Vtin lfyck, W V-in G. V.in Handel, I. Van l.y::1:f-l, G. Vtm Rwoy, I. Van Rooy. 20 . . Sophomores 5 .Mg A A -.. ,- 9 -., , 'wx .. 1: L M "' ' l S ' - - I - 0- ' AN . . if."--9' l .--, 2 f-- W - 5, . -. 1 P ' " i "' - :Q 4- i ' .1425 1- , f Q: - Z V e .-f " l H 'Y fm 'N Mi' '- l 'A lla l, V W L F -. wg ' I , , - l gl rf. - -r A J .pl . at' Q " L ' " 5.-' .Q 7 '-. S' '-. HW- 4-::. Us -1- - 1 5 Q 1, . 53 7' . K . , . 'f " i ff-,, .wr . "' . 'f D . ' J, if .535 32 ,Q ' t 3' 3' ,1- , , . 'X , , , , . l , . .., -w -+ - fx N if - A 1 ' .'. Q nf! x .Cs X " ' TOP ROW S. Vnlmfilnppvn, l. Vcwlmvvn,T.Vc'rkull+3n,l.Voiql, P.Vollmer,S.Wal1er, S. Wdnkey, D. Weber, l. We-ber, l. Wvquer, "H'H". lf. Wvlxu-lilm1'q, l., W1-vlllHm'rcyx'r', D. W01::::. llk Yl"l'L5M Rl DW: l. Wosl, R. We-sl, K. Wlulnmn, A. Wlrlmmnn, L. Wmlk, S. Williams, R. Wmkler, K. Wlnlx-VH, P. Wm'lxw', J ll' ' WulelI,l Ym ukny lf Yllc M. fe-lx. - Q- . L -5 F' k fi l m is lg --. I 3 vi: l A. 1113. 9 to Our ear - N l V 5 . -r ' wx - 5 ,"" Q r - . . Qt '71 I f 1 '1' ,N A A 4 - 5.. H 3-1 l lil! GTI-IEE SOPHOMORES W. 13.1111- R. IJ.-Ellmlxvy U. llnvv l". lilnqm-nz M. Kamp! R. K.mllu A. K--mp! l. Kull.n'mu l. Kulxl l. l.f1uX A l.vw1s Lux ll. Merkel Y. Muller Morlensun Nnrrls QQ. Qilnfllni f ' I ffl? C. Zohren ', -X C.ir.Zx1mmr l. llmrm-1 m an I., Xnxnnxvrxnm 5, pl ff L L.. Vi Carr, Zimmc.r w ' l. Zovlk 1 A l. Zwvrq if 1 1 Marcia Manier and Dave Miller try their new lockers on the first day of school. Denny Paul and Ann Femal get pop during the T. B. Dance. Vince Tock and Sandy Abel serve. Judy Brooks points the way to Trish Davis on the first day of school. Sophomores . . 21 ,,g I il ll - ., . N ,. 'N ' I C Mb I p . .. ' ' . 'T' L K .- L- -n. S lv , . 'W A ' .3 xay- I ' 1 5 'f' I ,, 1',':, .l --.4 A .m, 1 TOP ROW: Sa. Abel, Sh. Abel, K. Abendroth, S. Abendroth, I. L. Ahrens, l. W. Ahrens, P. Akmehtins, E. Allen, B. Alton, K. Arldowrxrm, P, Anderson, D. Aruhambedult, D. Arnold. BOTTOM ROW: E. Arnold, P. Arnoldussen, B. Aures, B. Bacich, B. Bailey, S. Balliet, I. Balza, M. Bartmann, B. Bauer, R. Bauer . R. Bmmmn, H. Beall, C. Barker. "if - - B. Brock, R. Bootlriluor, A. Brwrrmow. L. Borsclm, K. Bmndt, l. Bmuer. Li. Bretunq, Brnese, G. Brmker. 4- 9 I V' 1 .. 4 ." , Q, , X, . 5 ar U 1 r T st' A Q 1 lf: ' L .v N -af "' ' l I I M Nm I ul ,, 4 Y' ,l, t .g ,M K t 5 s Y, I l l Blllmll. L Bl lm li Blu ur n A L ,, l ' 'ed I f' 'Q Nc le 'i .fu 3, :ff Du -P -' -.r' s .Z ' 1 .4 V ,A ,. f Nix Z 'N. 1 M.g3fntkfzr, l. seqlunqoif, D. Be-ilke. . . K. , ,P. R lf ar. ., ,Q ' Barbfra Balley and Paul Angel-pref N. BTorlll?m, A.elYlrL:l1lml,yR. Bjerkvolf ' ' "' - C' , Clock the Beat for Orchesms. .. . -, Qi, W , . 4 wt 1. . 'Ll -, W L, yf . A ' - ant' '. :wr , gl , I 4- 'K -as A 1--. V S 'l.11'l101' S Y O11 ea i '- , A! 5 r 7? ' f Y G 'T by A i'f ,, AQ, A Q 'S T 2 . , .3 T ' " . - " - ia-H 12 , 'N ' '5 T f " f ' 'lt eff . 1 -A .,' -:Q . . 4 x -' ,Q t ml . gf A A wwwwvwl. --A +,J5 pf f ,jy ' M., ' ,- I . M , . V .w b .- , v-4 ' 9 X. 1 . R . . we "' ' - ' - A P . Ft- . ,, - .Q " hx .H 1 . 'tai .H T A ' 1 . - . 2 E. V , h L it fi N v . - tv-.1-7, 'l' ' ' .. -- 1 F, vi 'V . 1 , ' , , he fmt, f ,' . " lf , , , A -'CI' if ., .. lv r fi b I T A -xx 'JV 1- 42: . Y ,t . . . 1-,B ,VEB V 4 Q - - ' i . . 1 4 . A af. A 9 ' ' H, 'S' ' hd . 4 N 4 1-T. 'V .ff My 5, 9 V A ' -Y 'R ff I 2, , - L l ..- ' . R X . 'lf TOP ROW C. Brunltman. l. Brinkman, I. Brisske, W. Bronolrl, I. Brooks, I. A. Brooks, R. Brouillard, M. Brown, R. Bruegqemann, K. Brunkey, I. Burton, E. Busch, D. Call. MIl7lJl.l-l ROW S. Carlsen, L. Casper, A. Casperson, S. Chrxs-ten, B, Chrlstoferson, W. Coel, D. Colley, G. Coleman, S. ollar, C. Cullinq, J. Cook, M. Cooney, T. Corbett. BOTTOM ROW B. Cross, K. Crowe, A. Curtls, D. Curtus, N. Damfslmeuser, B. Davis, I. DeBraal, P. DeLand, D. DeShaney, D. de Vos, Dledrich, l. Dllllhffr, R. Dorsclmer. 22 . . Juniors .-Q "' v' Q? K Q. Q TOP ROW: C. Douglas. P. Dunsirn, D. Eastman, P. Eggert, W. Eqgerl, D. Ehlke, I. Eichinger, D. Eichsleadl, S. Eick, G. Eisch , ,., D. Elsner, T. Ernst, S. Ewiq. , ' BOTTOM ROW: P. Fairchild, K. Farrell, R. Feavel, D. Finnegan, C. Fischer, I. Fischer, T. Flanagan, I. Forbeck, D. Foth 5- 4- Q . . S. Fowler, S. Frahm, B. Franke, I. Franzke. twill ' , f , jill 14 1-. 'V I :Q k .. , "f... ' .Y 'lie' ' 'ff , ,.., , E, J 7' H ' "QV f", '51 we I ' - ' A ' ill ' V .,, . .J 9'5 B 'ff' G. Goodman, P. Goodwin, D. Gosz. R. Gosz, G. Graham, S. Gralhen. B. Grimmer, I. Grimmer, B. Gurnee. --ve' ' J lv, eil' 'P' S. M. French, P. Gallagher, C. Gardner. H. Gebheim, T. -Gebheim, D. Genal. R' Gmdm' B' Gmm' M' Gm' Molly O'Keefe, Sharon Howard and JoAnn ' Q. LaVio1ette make hompoms for our homecoming. V, . - . D. Ginnow, M. Gloss, I. Gloudemans. , lt. ,A busy, eventful lives .-wr., 'FQ-'lf' i 9' 1.1 ' I 1-5 I4 A ,?,,,' Y, ...J ' " .nl P . v F b H . as fx I ,i ' fri- Q ...I -- I. gl i' . 1 ' 'lv ll i 4 -1' 1 f. I . ' . I ' i ,' s f'h A 4 ' I F " 1, E g ,A . 5 .. J ' ,'J 8 Y ' '- 'lp 1' , ' '.,,f'! , mil' K 1:5171 vu .- 1M- TQP ROW: G. Gukreuler, H. Hahn. D. Hale, H. Hameisler, K. Hamilton, K. Hamm, D. Hannemann, 1. Hansen, S. Hansen, D. Hartzheim, I. Hartzheim, I. Hauser, M. Helein. MIDDLE ROW: I. Heller, I. Hemmen, Y. Herbst, V. Hertzleld, M. Hickinbotham, G. Hielpas, R. Hietpas, C. Hill, T. Hill, B, Hinlz, R. Hoffman, B. Hoh, P. Homes. BOTTOM ROW: M. Hopfsnsperger, R. Hopfensperqer, P. Horn, I. Hostettler, R. Hughes, H. Isaacson, N. Iacobs, S. Ienkel, T. Ienneriahn, R. Iesse. I. Iochman, M. Iochman, P. Ionen. Juniors . . . 23 I A .Eg-T - i.'!?... pr., M' ' ,. eb.. V. , ' I . .-Y. a. af- W . - , Q- , V. . E TOP ROW: R. Iooss, I. Iunqers, M. Iury, I. Kain, M. Kappell, T. Kasten, P. Keating, A. Kersten, W. Kettner, P. King, T. Kinnard, I. Kippenhan, L. Kippenhan. 'iii ' .- '- BOTTOM ROW: H. Klika, P. Kloes, I. Knaack, C. Kneip, D. Knuijl, R. Kohal, B. Kobs, I. Kohl, M, Kolosso, I, Konz, N. Korih, iff- , G. Kosilzke, I. Kositzke. ffl' 3-- 3 Q ' of . IN, 4 1- I ' - . il . . . ., ,A l l I V' I lx x I L . T -. rg 'lf " .il , :gud s I -' , V ,.. " -wa Q- -- X4 Q' , ,A .ay -fi , I 4 X A . ,ai J' ua X Q .J ' , 'I C-A . I I. fb ' 5. K. Kriehn, Krueqer, T. Krueger. Y. Kufner, P. Lamensky, B, Lamers. W. Lanq, I. Lanqdok, R. LaPIanl. .'A' " ' "'lvr f A' . wc- ' f "' QQ I . R. Kosilzke, I. Koltke, A. Kozlowski. Q N Bowen Keller and Jim -VBT1?TiCk make hydrochloric Q? it acid under the dl-rectxon of Mr- Edlger- F. Kreilinq, I.. Kroilinq, B. Krieqlstein r , , , . ff L. -11 You studied hard andl -1- 4 .gn -ee' , 'ff ' I ' ' 'ii X , s . " . IL 'J 5 ' 54" ., ' ' I Q, I f' It ..- ' as ffl ' , I . 34 6. J I, L, , I ' pull ' 'W S dl , k A, U i A . nl. .. R6 ...,. ilk- 4 Q- .54 fu fa- 'I fo- qi, I 5' 3 1 2' ,N 'LT II ' -!'fJ.-fig' ffl ., 1-22" X' QQ 4 V- . ,- -I , ig of 1 . 1 N H ' I' X i nv t w . , 'rg A'-' 'WT ' ' 'sw i t .M .- :.,, ,V 1. 3- 'V 3. .--I I l v .,... V Q , 1 A . A ,. , .0 Q 4' 1 ' V ' . Y' 40 ... I!! X s . Q' A X r TOP ROW: I. LaVioleMe, L. Lawrence, A. LeClair, I. Lecy, I. Leimer, R. Lembcke, I. Lewis, A. Ligman, I. Linskens, L. London, C. Luedike, I. Lueplre, I. Lust. MIDDLE ROW: M. Maas, S. Madden, D. Mader, S. Mader, M. Magnus, B. Maihews, M. Maulhe, A, Mclfiathron, K. Mcliechnie, R. Meek, C. Merkel, T. Meyer, I, Mielke. BOTTOM ROW: I. Mignon, C. Miller, I. Miller, S. Mislinski, V. Miichler, E. Moore, I. Mueller, L. Mueller, I. Nabbefeld, R. Nass, I. Neubert, K. Norseen, I. Nowak, 24 . . . Juniors S W B. , C 'T fe. T' . F : .rf I l -:fn ,ml ffl' I ..- A .. LI , 5, . f f I .- I l. 's ' ' I 5 W? .1 . . ,M , hi hilllfv' ' .M N. -. ,ref as-. .f N3 5 ,Cl n -rl 9' V 1 .Lomb It '31, ' in -,, .f, 11 ' . Q S 'IV ' J: - 5 I H - ve- s .'.,:fN mv -1. x ' '-' ,N S. Prink, M. Pruett. K. Pugh. D. Ouella, R. Rddvlatz, I. Rademac-her. A. Rddtke, P. Ralph, I. Rath. 1 V 5' sr Q 'f l X ' - " L 4fv! ,, :- Q ,dj Q t- l""r , 'g-,m5. 4' X. -1Q,, I . 1: ,Y I! ll . , 31' l . Y, ' rye" I 1- ,W - - . M .I Y Q5 ' TOP ROW: S. Nowak, V. Nowa , ll, R. Oellerich, I. Olm, P. Olsen, W. Olsen, R. Olson, I. Ottnmn, I. Otto, D. Paalmnn D. P l tt, M. P ' . BOTTOlN:tirRlOW: Aellgasliliu . , K. P t, R. gse C. Petit, C. Piette, F. Pielte, I. Platte, R. Pxetle, I. Plrner, B. Pollard, I Pollock, I. Potter. hgfq. Judi Beglinger, Sue Briese and Joyce Thalke perform A. Remmenqd, R. Rmmnenrm, I. Remter B. Rendell, R. Renflnll, P. Rettler. R. Rettler, P. Retzlall, D. Rnley. , , ei, 2 ifszlfftm. I l. Reuker, M. Reinke, S. Rextzner in the homecoming Pep se55i0n- I ., - il' . fe K' Ill I X . I I I ' I "W ll Olne 1I'.l. t e un J' 'I 2 If t' 51, "' yi , " ill , ,I I - I Q 1- f I-I - I f -al Q.. - ' -2 .-: . .24 , If - 'G v ff' ls. ,Xb ,. . V .1 . f . . . J -. 1 ll -' - . 'I I "uf 'N' l ' -.Q A , YY' I ,Q 'k.. I LL ' ' ,.,, , ' ' - -' ' ",..rf - Lrg "'i ' "" YV. 5'7" A - S' -3 .lf Pu, 13-4 K v "' . K ' ,-E 6' fr I 5-. " -2: Q 'I I 'ffl , 1 L". V .- , - if L Ah . 1 , .- : ,gf2fL,"f A f wx ff. -I ' "' 3 I P -W ,, A .2 r R V fl . I-1 - g ' ' lx Q" I, X' I -" ' , L V . f'J' ES-1 H TOP ROW: W. Riordan, L. Roeck, I. Roemer, R. Rololt, S. Root, R. Rosenburg, D. Rudie. I. Rudolf, D. Rusch, I. Rusch, D. Sachs, M. Saiberlich, I. Salenline. MIDDLE ROW: M. Salm, B. Sauter, D. Schabo, R. Schaffer, K. Schiefelbein, E. Schiller, R. Schimmelplenninq, B. Schink, P. Schlude, K. Schmalz, C. Schnndt, B. Schrexter E, Schroder. BOTTOM ROW: E. Schroeder, I. Schroeder, D. Schueler, I. Schuh, R. Schultz, W. Schultz, S. Schulz, I. Schulze, R. Schulze, K. Schwebs, D. Seeger, R. Seehawer, F. Seidl Juniors . . Z .A U T .14 I. TIG - I 4 ix- 'Sw-F x-.477 0 --. s 1 Ll .,5- T " I N - is p al- - ei" AS V' ar .V f .. ,.z. W' - Q 1 1 , .. - d l-- TOP ROW: R. Selig, B. Siegel, K. Simenson, R. Simpson, M. Smaxwell, W. Smedlund, A. Smith, D. Smith, K. Smith, T. Smudde, I. Sommers, D. Souders. V. Spooner. BOTTOM ROW: S. Spranqer. K. Sladler, T. Staedt, K. Stark, E. Steffens, I. Steger, W. Steinberg, D. Steiner, M. Slernhaqen, I. Slinqle, I. Sioeqer, E. Strader, G. Sirehmel. R. Theisen, T. Theiss, H. Thiberl. Id. Thomas, In. Thomas, S. Thurk. D. Tilnmers. I. Treiber, R. Trinrud. .1 .. ' .- 12 flu- 'I , wg, if 5 Q I s V . . sg v Q 9- A -e Y L A ,Q ' ' ' 'I Ti- .. fx . I G. "!. V ' Q .' ,. , 't Y F ...- ' ' w K 1 A I. hxn. ypi '11, L x . ' 5 ,Q f I' 'K x ' .- f, A Don Beilke, Karen Simenson and Jack Treiber discuss textures with Mr. Kuemmerlein. ls. 'Q W .l 'T .5-Lf, ' ' Q9 I x ' I Q D I . - 4. T W, ' x Si- li ww 'f 1-.. L. Strieby. I. Slringham, I. Sirobl. C. Sturm, L. Swanton, S. Tank. C. Taubel, I... Temple, D. Tessen, I. Tews, P. Tews, I, Thnlke. This year you made W-r ' as 5. 1 1 I . .lnqgq ' .. 1: - 9 - E-, .., 33 Us -gf ' 'I 4 " . - fi! K I z Ta . V L .-X . A Q ,1 :- -.1 ff? G ' 4 1 "' Q ii , - X- TOP ROW: I. Troyer, P. Tro er, D. Turkaw, T. Tyvol, H. Uecker, M. Ulwellinq, P. Uischig, M. VanDaulwyk, C. Vanden Boogart, E. Van DenBoon, W. Vandenboom, C. Vander Heiden, D. Vandyerloop. MIDDLE ROW: G. Van Dynhoven, I. Van Horn, I. Van Lyssel, B. Van Oudenhoven, W. Van Stappen, I. Veitenhans, I. Velie, I. Verbrick, I. Verbrugqen, D. Verkuilen. G. Verrier. I, Verrier, G. Voecks. BOTTOM ROW: A, Vogt, I. Voight, I. Voll, L. Walter, N. Wankey, C. Ward, D. Warner, K. Wauilet, A. Weber, E. Weber, I. Weber, R. Weber, I. Weiss, 26 . . . Juniors greati I , S 5 X 1 .' N- 5 2 ,L - f v , 'Wil' I 11 1 .- ful 'E W . G 'M . in , .. I in .N .' N Mg. ' Uh 4 Q I '. ,V cr-i 'Q W 'US s-:L , M, , , 'r- 34 1, ' sf . W . . , . .4 ' 'T' ' ' . ' ' A - . ,A we XX. x ,. N. TOP ROW: N. Weiss, N. Wendlandi, M. Wenzel, I. Werner, l. Wesl, G. Wheeler, R. Wichnmn, R. Wickesberq, D. Wioqeri, ' ' T. Wilcox, S. Wilkinson, K. Willer, R. Williams. s "J, hi" W 'ji ' fl' lid .M :.. Q 'I -:PR Wy, H: M .QF l " '11 H ' 75 :f K u . E- - - , g .if ' I ' .13 7 v, fl- i U . . 'W R. Wunclerlich .l. Yonan G. Zehren g A. Zerbel 3. Wunderlich 3. Zanziq vi. Zordel ' '-' - BOTTOM ROW: G. Williamson, P. Wilz, I. Wink, F. Winter, D. Wilzke, I. Wiizke, T. Wiizke, I. Wolll, N. Wolfqmm, R. Wooden, E. Wordell, P. Worden, I. Wren. OTHER IUNIORS K. Bahr L. Bronsiad G, Eberhard B. Folh D. Magnuson T. Ohlrogqe N. Price Bob Piette gets his picture taken for the "Clariori." if Eggfimdt G. Zebik strides toward Fur cheerleaders sit idle during the half. Iargie Schmiege, Janice Defferding. Judy aul, Mary Liethen and Barbara Bloomer. the future Ronald Simon and some Latin Club members discuss their constitution. Juniors . . 27 At last yo .,i , -2. I C I 'ii' " ' I". ,1"g' In !grf"'5s.u.a .. VF, , I' ,V 0 mi" ' .2 ,qw 1' , ' 1 an C ,fe 47, 5 1 'V' m ' '41 v., 1 ,a,- , . Club 4, Spanish Club 2, 3, 4. ALBRECHT, ROSEMARIE: General Course. ASMUSSEN, IES. Curling Club 3, 4, German Club 2, 3: Intramurals 3, 47 Visual Aids Club 2, 3, 4. ALLARD, DON: General course. German Club 2, 3. - 45 Tumbling 2. - 9 . X .H xx 5 - Q I 1 I' .47-V I. -f'Y ." Seniors APPEL, GARY: General Course. BALDWIN, KARLA: Curtain Call Production 2, 3, 45 French Club 3, 4: Orchesis 45 Pep Club 45 "Talisman" 3, 4. BARLOW, IOYCE: Curtain Call Production 2, 3, 45 German Club 3, 4: Intramurals 3, 45 Latin Club 25 "Talisman" 2, 3, 4. ARDELL, CAROL: Art Workshop 45 Camera Club 2, 3, 4, Nature Club 3. BARTMAN, KAY: Archery Club 2, 35 Art Workshop 2, 35 Commercial Club 3, 45 Curtain Call Production 2, 35 G.A.A. 2, 3, 4: Intramurals 2, 35 Pep Club 43 Tumbling Club 2, 3. BARTMAN, ROBERT: Intramurals 2: Printers' Club 3, 4: Visual Aids Club 3, 4. BARTMANN, DOROTHY: Bowling Club 2, 3, 45 Com- mercial Club 3, 45 Curtain Call Acting 3, 4: Curtain Call Production 2, G.A.A. 35 Quill and Scroll 3, 45 Radio Forum Workshop 45 "Talisman" 2, 3, co-business manager 4. BARTMANN, PAULINE: Intramurals 2, 3, 4, Nature Club 35 Pep Club 4. BAUER, MARY KAY: Bowling Club 2, 3, Pep Band 25 Pep Club 45 Tumbling Club 2. BAUER, ROBERT: Nature Club 4. ABEL, MARGARET: Chorale 3, 4, Operetta 2: Pep ALLEN, CATHERINE: Curtain Call Production 2, 35 AYERS, PATTY: Archery Club 25 Chorale 4: Commercial -1 Club 3, 45 Intramurals 3, 45 Nature Club 2, 35 Pep Club .. t .4 Q .at3f.a,w- - - , , "-43.5771 . me-. . 2-2'-1 were seniors BAUMGARTNER, SHARON: Curtain Call Production 2, 3, design head 4: Latin Club 2, 3, 4: Nature Club 2, secretary 3, 4: Quill and Scroll 4: Student Council 4. BECKER, THOMAS: Badger Boys' State 3: Curtain Call Production 2, treasurer 3, president 4: Pep Band 2, 3, 4: Radio Forum Workshop 4: Student Council 2, 3: Track 3. BERGSBAKEN, DIANE. Commercial Club 3, 4, Pep Club 4: Student Council 2, 3: "Talisman" 3, 4. BESCHTA, JAMES: Intramurals 2, 3, 4: Tumbling Club 2, 3, 4: Visual Aids Club 2, 3, 4. BESCHTA, RICHARD: General Course. BESSETT, IEANNE: Square Dance Club 2. BEHNKE, PATRICIA: Bowling Club 2, 3: "Clarion" 3. BEIL, MARY: General Course. BEYER, KENNETH: General Course BELLIN, JOHN: Camera Club 33 French Club 3, 4: "Talisman" 4: Track 3. BELLIN, SHELBA: French Club 3: German Club 2. BIERITZ, IEAN: Bowling Club 2, 3, secret M :mpg BENTLE, DONALD: Archery Club 3, 4: Bowling Club 3: Pep Band 2, 3, 4: Tumbling Club 3, 4. BENTON, JOAN: Curtain Call Production 2, 3, 4: Latin Club 2: Library Staff 4: Orchesis 2, historian 3, treas- urer 4: Pep Club 4: Quill and Scroll 4: Ushers Club 3, treasurer 4. BERBEN, DIANE: Bowling Club 3. BERGMAN, MARY: Bowling Club 2: Commercial Club 3, 4: Student Council 4. dl' Seniors at E A victorious homecomin BOLDT, BEVERLY: Commercial Club 3, 4. BOLDT, CAROL: Chorale 3, 4: Curtain Call Acting 2: G.A.A. 2: Operetta 2. BOWERS, BARBARA: Bowling Club 2, 3: Commercial Club 3, 4: Curtain Call Production 2, 3f BOYLE, DONNA: General Course. BRANDT, VINCENT: Bowling Club 4. BRAUTIGAM, MARY: Bowling Club 4: Curtain Call Production 2, 3. BIRKHOLZ, DONNA: Archery Club 2: Bowling Club 3, 4: German Club 3, 4. BLANK, SUSANNE: "Clarion" 2, 3: Pep Club 4: Stu- dent Council 4. BRAUTIGAN, BARBARA: General Course BRENNECKE, BARBARA: Chorale 3, 4: Camera Club 3, secretary 4, Curtain Call Production 2, 3, 4, French Club 3, 4: Operetta 2. BLAZEK, HELEN: Archery Club 2: Camera Club 4: Commercial Club 3, 4: Curtain Call Production 3, 4: BLUM, BARBARA: Art Workshop 3, 4: "Clarion" 3, circulation manager 4: Curtain Call Acting 3, 4: Latin Club 2: Pep Club 4: "Talisman" 3. .. W Ji. s, . t BROOKS, DALE: General Course. BOETTCHER, NANCY: G.A.A. 4: Home Arts Club 4. mercial Club 3, 4: Curtain Call Production 2, 3. BROUILLARD, ROBERT: General Course Nature Club 2, 3, 4: si tt BOHATSCHEK, SANDIE: Bowling Club 2, 3: Com- F ,A Jegan your final year ' .4 BRUDNICK, HYMAN: Curling Club 25 Intramurals 35 Student Council 35 Tennis 3. BUBOLZ, AMELIA: Curtain Call Acting 2, 3, treasurer 45 D.A.R. Award 45 Intramurals 45 Library Statt presi- dent 45 Pep Club 45 Spanish Club 2, treasurer 3 and 4, 2nd Year Spanish Award 35 Ushers Club 2, treasurer 3, president 4. BUCK, LLOYD: Football 2 lib ob ,Leu Ll,7a,az ,IQJU BUETOW, ELSBETH: Curtain Call Production 2, 3, 45 German Club 3, 45 Intramurals 3, 45 Latin Club 25 Pep Club 45 Quill and Scroll 45 "Talisman" 2, 3, 45 Ushers Club 3, 4. BUSS, MARLEEN: Bowling Club 2. BUSS, SUSAN: Bowling Club 2, 4. CARY, CAROLYN: Bandette 3, 45 "Clarion" 2, 3, 45 Curtain Call Production 2, 3, 45 French Club 3, 45 Latin Club 25 Nature Club 25 Pep Band 2, 3, 45 Quill- and Scroll 4. BUTLER, MAUREEN: Art Workshop 2. CAMERON, IEAN. Curtain Call Production 2, 3, 4, French Club 3, 45 Latin Club 25 "Talisman" 4. CHAPIN, MARILYN: Art Workshop 2, 3, co-president 45 Commercial Club 4. GLAA4 0.411 ff-'MLP CAPTAIN, KENNETH: Curtain Call Acting 3, 4, Spanish Club 2, 3. Cl-IRISTENSEN, THORETTA: Art Workshop 45 Intra- murals 2, 3, 45 Pep Club 45 Spanish Club 2, 3, 45 "Talisman" 2, 3, 45 Ushers Club 3, 4. CHRISTENSON, COLLEEN: Curtain Call Acting 2, 3, 45 French Club 3, 45 Intramurals 35 Latin Club 25 Orchesis 2, secretary 3, 45 Pep Club 45 Ushers Club 3, 4. CARD, THOMAS: Transferred from Neenah, Wis. 35 Printers Club 4. CHRISTIANSON, SHARLENE: Art Workshop 2, 3, co- president 45 Curtain Call Production 2, 3, 45 Latin Club 25 Radio Forum Workshop 4. COENEN, IIM: Badger Boys' State 35 Football 3, co- captain 45 Library Staff vice-president 45 Track 2, 3. If' A lei After the COLAVECCHI, SHIRLEY: Bowling Club 2, 3, 45 Pep Club 4. COOK, FAITH: Archery Club 25 Camera Club 45 Home Arts Club 45 G.A.A. 2, 35 Spanish Club 2. DANIELS, DENNIS: Bowling Club secreta president 45 Intramurals 2, 3, 4. COTTER, MARLENE: State Music Festival 2. DACHELET, WILLIAM: Curtain Call Production 2, 3, lighting head 45 Nature Club 3, 45 Student Council 4. DAVIS, IUDY. Art Workshop 2, Bowling games yo ry 2 and 3 Club 3 4 Latin Club 25 Library Staff 45 Pep Club 4. I I DAGNEAU DONALD Intramurals 2 3 4 Track 2 3 DEFFERDING IANICE Cheerleaders 2 3 co captain 45 Curtain Call Acting 2, 3, 45 Pep Band 2, 35 Pep Club 45 Spanish Club 2, 3, 4. .... Y , 5 - Seniors DEIMER, ROSEMARY: General Course. DAMM, SUSAN: Curtain Call Production 2, 35 German Club 2. DELIE, ANDREW: Football 2, 3, 45 Track 2, 3. DE NOBLE, NANCY: Curtain Call Production 2, 3, 4: Pep Club 45 Ushers Club 2, 3, 4. DERBY, THOMAS: Bowling Club 35 Intramurals 3, 4. DESTEN, RONALD: Intramurals 2, 3, 4. DEXTER, DONALD: Intramurals 2, 3: Tumbling Club 2. DICKRELL, KEN: General Course. I ebrated at the "Den" D DIESTLER, FRANKLIN: Football 2: Intramurals 3, 4. EGGERT, FRANCES: Spanish Club 2. DITTMAR, CARLTON: Library Staff 4: Printers Club president 3, 4. ESKEW, HARRY: Basketball 2, 3, 4: Track 2, 3, 4. EVANS, DAVID A.: Bandette 3, 4: Nature Club 2, 3, 4: Pep Band 2, 3, 4: Radio Forum Workshop 4. I, . ELLENBECKER, JEROME: Bowling Club 3, 4. DOBERSTEIN, IOAN: Archery Club 2, 3: Nature Club 2, 3: Spanish Club 2, 3, 4. DOCKERY, LORA: Transferred from Menasha, Wis. 3: Curtain Call Acting 3, 4: Pep Club 4: "Talisman" 3, 4. EVANS, DAVID W: Nature Club 2, 3: Spanish Club 3, 4. DOHR, CORNELIA: Badger Girls' State 3: Camera Club 2, 3: Curtain Call Acting 2, 3: president 4: Debate 2, 3, 4: Declamation 3, 4: Latin Club 2: Quill and Scroll 4: Radio Forum Workshop 4: Student Council 3, 4: "Talis- man" 3, 4. DONOVAN, WILLIAM: General Course FALLON, KATHLEEN: Art Workshop 4: Camera Club 2, 3: Latin Club 2: Nature Club 3: Pep Club 4: "Talis- man" 4. DRIER, MURIEL: Bowling Club 2, 3, 4: Commercial Club treasurer 4: Quill and Scroll 4: "Talisman" circu- lation co-manager 4. EARLING, MARY: Art Workshop 4: Intramurals 3: Pep Club 4: Spanish Club 4: "Talisman" 2, assistant adver- tising manager 3, advertising manager 4, EBERHARDT, NOEL: Camera Club 2: Tumbling Club 2: Visual Aids Club 2. ECKER, SI-IERRY: General Course. Seniors FIELKOW SID: Bowling Club 3: Camera Club 2, 3: Clarion 2, 3, photography editor 4: Quill and Scroll 4 Spanish Club 3, 4. FISCI-IER MICHAEL: Bowling Club 2, 3: Football 2, 3, Intramurals 2, 3, 4: Spanish Club 3, 4. FLANIGAN, NANCY: Pep Club 4, "Talisman" 4. FONDOW LARRY: Intramurals 2, 3, 4. FANSELOW IOHN Bandette 3, 4: Nature Club 2, 3: Pep Band 2 3 4 State Music Festival 2, 37 Student FRANKE RICHARD: Art Workshop 2, 3. FULCER DONALD: Curtain Call Production 2, 3, 43 Intramurals 2, 3, 47 Pep Band 2, 3, 4. FELDHAHN CAROLYN: Archery Club 3: Bowling FULTON WILLIAM: Archery Club 25 Curling Club 2. FUNK MICHAEL: Basketball 25 Football 2, 4: Intra- murals 2 3, 4: Track 2, 4. You were busy w1th man FELTON, HM: Bowling Club 2, 3: Football Trainer 2, 3, 4: Intramurals 2, 3, 45 Track 2, 3, 45 Visual Aids Club 2, 3. FERRON, IUDY: Bowling Club 2, 3, 4: Library Staff 4: Operetta 25 Ushers Club 3, 4. GAUERKE, DAVID: General Course. FIANE, ROGER: General Course. FIELDS, IOYCE: Bowling Club 2. GILBERT, IOAN: "Clarion" 3, associate Curtain Call Production 3, 4: Debate 2, 3 4 Iumor Academy of Science 2: Latin Club 2, 3, 4: Ouxll and Scroll 45 State Music Festival 2, 3: Student Council 3: Symphonette 4. clubs and other activities X , .fl GODFREY, IAMES: Badger Boys' State 37 Basketball 2, 3, 47 "Clarion" 27 Track 2, 3, 4. GODSCHALX, I ANICE: Archery Club 2, Camera Club 2, 4, German Club 3, 4. GOEHLER, NANCY: Curtain Call Acting 2, 3, 43 Declamation 4: French Club 3, treasurer 4, Latin Club 25 Orchesis 2, treasurer 3, 41 Pep Club 45 Ushers Club 3, 4. GOSHA, PAULINE: Curtain Call Production 2, 3, make-up head 4: Latin Club 27 Pep Club 45 Student Council 2: "Talisman" 2, 3, 41 GOSS, MARCIA: Bandette 3, 45 Orchesis 2, 3, 4, Pep Band 2, 3, 4: Pep Club 45 Spanish Club 2, 3, 47 State Music Festival 2, 3: Tumbling Club 2, 4. GOSSEN, IOAN: Transferred from Hortonville, Wis. 4: Pep Club 4. HAFEMAN, GORDON: Camera Club 23 Intramurals 2 3, 47 Nature Club 2, 3, 45 Tennis 3, Tumbling Club 2 3, 4. GRESENZ, IANET: Commercial Club 3, vice-president 43 Curtain Call Acting 2, 3, 4, Orchesis 2, 3, president 45 Quill and Scroll 3, treasurer 4: "Talisman" 3, co- business manager 4. GRUNSKA, IAMES: General Course. Tumbling Club 2, 3. HAASE DARLENE: Bowling Club 2. HAMILTON, ROGER: Bandette 3, 4: Curtain Call Acting 3, 4, Nature Club 2, Pep Band 2, 3, 4, Student HAMILTON, CAROL: Curtain Call Production 2 3 German Club 2, 3, treasurer 4 Library Staff 2 3 4 Council 4. HARDY, CECEILZ Archery Club 43 Commercial Club 4: Pep Club 4. HACKBERT, BARBARA: Bandette 3, 4: German Club 2, 3, 45 Nature Club 2, treasurer 3, 45 Quill and Scroll 43 State Music Festival 3, "Talisman" 3, 4. HARRMANN, LYNNE: Commercial Club 4 Curtain Call Production 2, 3, co-secretary 4. HART, EDWIN: lntramurals 2, 3. You spent many lon Club 3, 4: Latin Club 2: Library Staff 4. HECHEL, MILDRED: Commercial Club 4. HEINZL PATRICIA. Bowling Club 3. HERRMAN, EDRIS: Bowling Club 2, 4: French Club secretary 3, vice-president 4: Latin Club 2, 3, 4: Pep Club 4. HERRMANN, PHYLLIS: Bowling Club 45 G.A.A. 2, 3. HELEIN ROBERT: Basketball 2: Football 2, 3, 4: Intra- murals 2 3 4: Track 2, 3, 4. HERZBERG, IOHN: Archery Club 27 Intramurals 2, 3. HILLMAN, THOMAS: Intramurals 3, 4: Track 3. HINTZ, IACK: Intramurals 2, 3, 4. HINTZ, NANCY: Chorale 3, 4: Commercial Club 4: Library Staff 4: Operetta 2: State Music Festival 2, 35 Student Council 2, 3, 4: Tumbling Club 2. HINTZ, ROYLEE: Curling Club 2. HOERNING, KAREEN: Art Workshop 4: Bowling Club 2, 3, secretary 4: Curtain Call Production 2, 3, 4, Latin Club 2. HAST, IANICE: Bowling Club 2, 3, 4: Curtain Ca Production 3, 4: Latin Club 3, 4: 'Talisman' 4 HEBELER, RICHARD: Curling Club 2, 3, 4 German HELLER, IO ANN: General Course HEEGEMAN, STEPHEN: Intramurals 2, 3, 4 Track 4 HENDRICKS, CAROLE. Art Workshop 4 Pep Club 4 hours on your term papers 53' 'r it . HOFFMAN, KEN: Bowling Club 2. HORN, MARY: Bowling Club 4. HOULIHAN, IAMES: Curling Club 2: Tumbling Club 2: Visual Aids Club 2, 3, 4. V HOH, DARYL. Badger Boys State 3, Bandette 2, 3, Cur tain Call Production 2, 3, treasurer 4: Pep Band 2, 3, 4. HOWARD, SHARON. Commerical Club 4, Curtain Call Production 2, 3: Pep Club 4: "Talisman" 2. HOWE, CAROL: Archery Club 4. HOIER, WILLIE: General Course. HOLCOMB, JANET: Bowling Club 2, 3, 4: Commercial Club 45 G.A.A. 2: Tumbling Club 2, 3. HUOLIHAN, ANNA: General Course. HOLCOMB, IANICE: Bowling Club 2, 3, 4, G.A.A. 2, 3: Spanish Club 2, 3: Tumbling Club 2, 3. HOLLER, ELAINE: Art Workshop 4: Camera Club 3, president 4: Home Arts Club president 4: Nature Club 3. Camera Club 4. HOOLIHAN, KATHLEEN: General Course. HOPFENSPERGER, I AMES W.: Printers Club secretary- treasurer 4. HORN, DENNIS: Intramurals 2, 3, 4: Spanish Club 3, 4. HORN, LOUIS: Badger Boys' State 3: Basketball 3, 4: Football 3, 4: Intramurals 2: Track 3, co-captain 4. IANSEN, ANN: Transferred from Seymour, Wis. 43 I-1+ Seniors The tormals and clan JOHNSON, STEVE: Bowling Club 3. JONEN, JANICE: Bowling Club 25 Pep Club 4. JOOSS, JOHN: Badger Boys' State 35 Basketball 3, 45 Football 3, 45 Student Council 35 Track 2, 3, 4. JOYCE, CAROL: Bandette 3, 45 Camera Club 25 Cur- tain Call Production 3, 45 Junior Academy of Science 2, 3, state co-president 45 Latin Club 25 Nature Club 3, 45 Pep Band 3, 45 Quill and Scroll 3, secretary 45 Radio Forum Workshop 3, 45 "Talisman" 2, 3, feature editor 4. JENNERJAHN, DONNA: Bowling Club 2, 3, 4. JUHNKE, JAMES: Bandette 2, 3, 45 Pep Band 2, 3, 45 State Music Festival 2, 3. KAPPELL, BEVERLY: G.A.A. 2, 3, 4. JENSON, BETTY: Chorale 35 Curtain Call Acting 2, 3, 45 Curtain Call Production 25 French Club 3, 45 G.A.A. 25 Operetta 25 Pep Club 45 State Music Festival 2, 3. KEATING, CLIFFORD. General Course. KELLER, BOWEN. Transferred trom Fergerson, Mo. 3, Chorale 35 Visual Aids Club 3. Staff 3, 45 Pep Club 4. Pep Band 2, 3, 4. 45 Track 3, 4. JESSE, RAMONA: Art Workshop 25 Curtain Call Pro- duction 2, 3, 45 French Club 3, 45 Latin Club 25 Library JOHN, THOMAS: Bandette 2, 3, 45 Nature Club 2, 45 KERRIGAN, MARY SUE: Transferred from Two Rivers, Wis. 4. JOHNSON, JERRY: Badger Boys' State 35 Flagraiser 45 Football 3, captain 45 Intramurals 2, 3, 45 Library Statt JOHNSON, MARGARET: Art Workshop 25 Curtain Call Production 2, 3, 45 Intramurals 2, 3, 45 Pep Club 45 "Talisman" 3, 4. Ushers' Club 3, 4. KESE, VITA: Bowling Club 2, 35 "Clarion" Club 2, 3, 45 Library Staff 4. 35 Latin were all part of your year KIEFFER, RUTH: Camera Club 2. KILEY, IOHN: Bowling Club 2, 3, 4. KIRK, BILL: Intramurals 2, 3, 4. KLEIN, MARY SUE: Curtain Call Acting 2, 3, 45 Spanish Club 2, 3, secretary 4. KLIKA, DON: German Club 2: Intramurals 2, 3, 4: "Talisman" 4. , KNOKE, GARY: Intramurals 2, 3, 4. KOLLER, IANET: Art Workshop 3, Cheerleaders 2, 3, co-captain 45 Chorale 3, 4: Curtain Call Acting 2, 3, 4: Declarnation 47 Flagraiser 4: Orchesis 3, 4, Pep Club 45 Student Council 2, 3: Tumbling Club 2. .. KNUIIT, CECILE: Commercial Club 3, 4. KNUPPEL, IEANETTE. Cafeteria 3, 4, Camera Club 2. KRAMLICH, KEN: Transferred from St. Iohn s Military Academy 3: Bowling Club 35 Curling Club 35 Curtain Call Acting 4: Quill and Scroll 4: Spanish Club 3, 4: "Talisman" 3, 4. KOBAL, MARY. General Course. KRAUS, CAROL: Art Workshop 2: Curtain Call Produc- tion 2, 3, 4: German Club 3, 4: Latin Club 2: Pep Club 4. KREICI-IA, IEROME. General Course. KOHL, DARLENE: Bowling Club 2, Camera Club 2, Commercial Club 4: Nature Club 2, "Talisman" 2. KRIECK, GARY: Archery Club 2: Camera Club 2: Intramurals 2, 3, 4. KROLOW, MARY ELLEN: General Course. Seniors You crammed for yo KRUCKEBERG, JOAN: Camera Club 25 Pep Club 4. KRUCKEBERG, WANDA: Bowling Club 2, 35 Curtain Call Production 2, 35 French Club 35 G.A.A. 2, 35 "Talisman" 4. ' ' Tumbling Club 2. 2, 3, 4. Latin Club 2. ' -"Tn, KRUEGER, BARBARA: Art Workshop 3, 45 Curtain Call Production 2, 3, 45 Latin Club 25 Orchesis 3, 45 Pep Club 45 Radio Forum Workshop 4. KUBA, IUDY: Home Arts Club 4. KRUEGER, VERA: Bowling Club 35 G.A KRUEGER, ARLIN: German Club 3, 45 Intramurals KRUEGER, AUDREY: Bowling Club 2, 35 Camera Club ' - 25 Commercial Club 3, 45 G.A.A. 25 Intramurals 2, 3, 4. KRUEGER, Club 2. KUBORN, GERALD: Bowling Club 2, 35 vice-president 45 Curling Club 25 Intramurals 25 Nature Club 25 Pep Band 25 Printers Club5 Student Council 3, 45 Track 2. BEVERLY: Bowling Club 25 Tumbling KUEHNL, ROLAND: Football 2, 35 German Club 25 Nature Club 25 Track 2, 3. KUI-IR, BONITA: Archery Club 2, 45 Camera Club 25 Commerical Club secretary 45 Quill 61 Scroll 45 "Talis- man" 3, 4. KUNITZ, CI-IARLENE: Art Workshop 25 Curtain Call Production 2, 3, 45 Latin Club 2, 3, co-consu145 Orchesis 35 vice-president 45 Pep Club 4. KUTCHERA, BOB: Nature Club 2. LARSON, JAMES: Bowling Club 45 Camera Club 2, 55 Chorale 45 Curling Club 2, 3, 45 Curtain Call Produc- tion 2, 3, 45 Latin Club 25 Nature Club 3, 45 Radio Forum Workshop 4. LAUX, ALAN: Bowling Club 2, 3, secretary 4. .A KRULL, VIRGINIA: Art Workshop 25 Bowling Club 3 I an Q1 X last semester exams LEARY ROY: Curling Club 2. LUEBKE, INEZ. Bowling Club 2, 3, Camera Club 2, 3, "Clarion" 3: G.A.A. 2: Nature Club 2: Pep Club 4: "Talisman" 35 Tumbling Club 3. MAGDANZ, GAIL. Home Arts Club treasurer 4. LE FEVRE ANITA: Bowling Club 2, 3: Intramurals 2, 3 4 Latin Club 2. MALMSTROM, RONALD: Curtain Call Production 2, 3 45 German Club 2, vice-president 3: Nature Club 2 MALUEG, KENNETH: Bandette 3, 4: Camera Club 2, 3 Library Staff 4: Nature Club 2, 3, 4: Pep Band 2, 3, 4 2, 3. MANSKE, RUTH: General Course Student Council 2. Production 2, 3: Library Statt 4. Curtain Call Production 3, 4. LEIMER, IUNE: Art Workshop 4: Bowling Club 3 Camera Club 2, 3, 4: Pep Club 4: Square Dance Club LEITCH, LEVILLA: Transferred from Kaukauna Wis 4 LEMKE, BARBARA: Bandette 2, 3, 45 Camera Club 3 Latin Club 25 Nature Club 2, 3, 45 Pep Band 2 3 4 LEMKE, PATRICIA: Bowling Club 3: Curtain Call MARCKS, ADELYN: Commercial Club 4 LEVEE, SUSAN: Chorale 45 Curtain Call Acting 3, 4, Declamation 3, G.A.A. 25 Intramurals 2, 3, Latin Club 25 Nature Club 2: Pep Club 4: Radio Forum Workshop 3, 45 State Music Festival 33 "Talisman" 4, Tumbling Club 2, 3, 4. LIETHEN, CLEO: General Course. LIETHEN, MARY: Art Workshop 45 Cheerleaders 2, 3, 4: Curtain Call Acting 2, 3, 45 Latin Club 2: Pep Club 4. LORET, ROGER: Bowling Club 4. You planned for the future MATTHEWS, lOANNE: Bowling Club 3, 4: Camera Club 2, 3, 4: Curtain Call Production 2, 3, 4: Latin Club 2: Nature Club 2, 3, 4. MAUEL, NANCY: Bowling Club 3: Camera Club 2: Tumbling Club 2, 3, 4. MC CANN, EVELYN: "Talisman" 3. MC CLANAI-IAN, GARRETT: Archery Club 3: Nature Club 2, 3, 4: Symphonette 4: Track manager 2 and 3, head manager 4: Visual Aids Club 2, 3, vice-president 4. MAROUARDT THOMAS: Intramurals 2, 3, 4. MC GOWAN, IOHN: Badger Boys' State 3: Bowling Club 3: Curling Club 3, 4: Curtain Call Acting 2, 3, vice-president 4: Nature Club 2: Spanish Club 2, 3, president 4: Student Council 4: Tumbling Club 2, 3, 4. MC GRAW, MARY: "Clarion" 2, 3, co-editor 4: Curtain Call Acting 2, 3, 4: French Club 3, 4: Latin Club 2, 3, 4: Quill and Scroll 3, president 4: Ushers Club 3, 4. MARSH MELBA Home Arts Club 4. MELZER VALERIE: General Course. MEULEMANS, DONALD: Archery Club 2:4 German V It MARTIN, DONALD: Bowling Club 2, 3: Intramurals 2, 3, 4. MATHEWS, MICHELE: Art Workshop 2, 3, 4: Curtain Call Production 2, secretary 3, 4: Extemporaneous Speaking 4: Quill and Scroll 3, 4: Radio Forum Work- shop 2, 3, 4: Spanish Club 3, vice-president 4: Student Council 3: "Talisman" 2, feature editor 3, coseditor 4: Ushers Club 2, 3, 4. MEYER, DONALD: General Course. MATHY, MICKEY: Archery Club 3: Bowling Club 3: French Club 3, 4. MATTESON, NANCY: Curtain Call Production 2, 3, 4: Latin Club 2, 3, 4: Orchesis 3, 4: "Talisman" 4. MEYER, llM: Basketball 2: Football 2, 3, 4: 2, 3, 4. i Intramurals ollege, a job, or the service MIELKE, WILLIAM: Badger Boys' State 35 Chorale 3, 45 "Clarion" 2, 3, 45 Curtain Call Production 2, 3, 45 Debate 2, State 3, 45 Extemporaneous Speaking 2, 3, 45 Latin Club 2, treasurer 3, 45 Qperetta 25 Qratory 45 Quill and Scroll 45 State Music Festival 35 Student Council 2. MILES, MARY: Home Arts Club 45 Spanish Club 2, 3. MILLER, ALAN: Intramurals 2, 35 Spanish Club 2, 35 Tennis 2, 3, 4. MILLER, CARQL: "Clarion" 3, associate editor 45 Curtain Call Production 2, 3, 45 French Club 3, 45 Latin Club 25 Pep Club 45 Quill and Scroll 3, 4. MILLER, NANCY: Archery Club 4. . president 4. MISCI-IKE, IQ: Art Workshop 4. MUELLER, MERLE: Chorale 4. MQEDE HANS: Badger Boys' State 35 Basketball 3, 45 Football 3 45 Student Council president 45 Track 3, 4. MULLEN, IOHN: Badger Boys' State 35 Curtain Call Acting 45 Curtain Call Production 2, 35 Intramurals 2, 3, 45 Latin Club treasurer 25 Qratory 45 Quill and Scroll 3, 45 Radio Forum Workshop 3, co-president 45 Student Council 35 "Talisman" 2, sports editor 3, co- editor 4. MYSE, VQNDA: Curtain Call Production 2, 3, properties head 45 Library Staff 45 Pep Club 4. MOSSHQLDER, DELQRIS: Art Workshop 35 Home Arts Club 4 Square Dance Club 2. NAU, GLEN: Transferred from Antigo, Wis. 35 Intra- murals 3, 4. NEHLS, RICHARD: Intramurals 3, 45 Nature Club 2. MUELLER, LOUIS: Football 2, 3 4 Intramurals 2 3 4 MILLER, SIDNEY: Visual Aids Club 2, secretary 3 w Seniors NOLD BARBARA Transferred from Tokyo lapan 4 Camera Club 4 G A A 4 Nature Club 4 Your class play NELSON, ALICE: Nature Club 2: Spanish Club 2, 3, 4. NELSON, LYNNE: Art Workshop 3, 4: Curtain Call Acting 2, 3, 4: Intramurals 4: Latin Club 2: "Talisman" 2, 3: Ushers Club 3, 4. ODEGARD, RICHARD: Basketball 2: Foot Intramurals 2, 3. NEMECEK, KENNETH: Intramurals 2, 3. NERSVEEN, KATHRYN: Camera Club 3, 4: Latin Club 2: Nature Club 3, 4. O'KEEFE, MOLLY: Curtain Call Acting and semo ball 2, 3, 4 2, 3, 4: French Club 3, president 4: Pep Club 4: Spanish Club 2, 3, 4. o'KEEFE, PAT: Curtain can Production 3, 4, Latin S Club 2: Nature Club 3: "Talisman" 2, 3, 4. OTTE, DAVID: Transferred from Racine, Wis. 2: Badger Boys' State 3: Curling Club 3, 4: Curtain Call Acting 3, 4: Oratory 3, 4: Quill and Scroll 3, vice- president 4: Radio Forum Workshop 3, co-president 4: Student Council vice-president 4: "Talisman" 3, 4: Track 2: Tumbling Club 3, 4. NOWELL, ROSEMARY: Nature Club 2: Spanish Club PAESSLER, PEGGY: Camera Club 2, 3: Chorale 37 "Clarion" 2, 3: Commercial Club 4: Curtain Call Production 2, 3, 4: Nature Club 2: Operetta 2: State Music Festival 2, 3. PAGEL, IANICE: Bowling Club 2: Camera Club 3: Curtain Call Production 3. PALTZER, GEORGE: General Course. PARKER, STEVE: Intramurals 2, 3, 4. PATTERSON, GENE: Transferred from Phillips, Wis. 4: Pep Band 4: Radio Forum Workshop 4. PEOTTER, IOYCE: Commercial Club 3: Home Arts Club 4. Vim fb W were big events PETERSON. PESETSKY, LEONARD: Latin Club 2: Pep Band 2, 3: Visual Aids Club 2, 3, 4. QUELLA, EUGENE: General Course. RAY, IIM: Badger Boys' State 3: Basket- ball 3, 4: Track 2. 3. RICHARD: Transferred from Manitowoc, Wis. 3: Intramurals 4: Tennis 3, 4. RECK, IOYLENE. Commercial Club president 4, Curtain Call Production 2: Library Sta 4. REETZ, FRANCES. General Course. Staff 4: Pep Band 2: Pep Club 4. 2: Pep Club 4: "Talisman 2, 3, 4. PLACH, BILL: General Course. Track 2. phonette 4: "Talisman" 2, 3, 4. PRINK, DOROTHY: Bowling Club 3. 4: "Talisman 2, 3, 4. 1. PIEPENBURG, PAT: Bandette 2, 3, 4: Curtain Call Acting 2, 3, 4: Intramurals 2, 4: Latin Club 2: Library PINGEL, GAYLE: Curtain Call Production 2, 3, 4: Ger- man Club secretary 3, 4: Intramurals 2, 3, 4: Latin Club REHBEIN, GEORGE: Badger Boys' State 3: Bandette 2, 3, 4: Curtain Call Production 2, 3, 4: Football Manager 2, 3, 4: Nature Club 2, 3, president 4: Pep Band 2, 3, 4: Radio Forum Workshop 4: State Music Festival 3. PLAMANN, DIANE: Camera Club 2: "Talisman" 4. REHFELDT, RICHARD: Basketball 2, 3, 4: Tennis 3: POLISKY, IUDY: "Clarion" 2, associate editor 3, co- editor 4: Curtain Call Acting 2, 3, secretary 4: Decla mation 4: French Club 3, secretary 4: Latin Club 2 Quill and Scroll 3, 4: Radio Forum Workshop 2: Stu 6 dent Council 2: Ushers Club 2, 3, 4. POSNIAK, DOROTHY: Art Workshop 2: Bowling Club 4: Debate 2: Latin Club 2: Quill and Scroll 3, 4: Sym- PUTNAM, LOUISE: Badger Girls' State 3: Curtain Call Production 2, 3, vice-president 4: Latin Club 3, secre- tary 4: Library Statt 4: Nature Club 2, 3, treasurer 4: Quill and Scroll 3, 4: Student Council 2, 3, secretary Seniors -if REINKE, IEAN: General Course. REINKE, IO Tune 7, yo RUNNING, IOHN: General Course. SACHS, MARLENE: Chorale 3, 4: German Club 2, 3, vice-president 4, Operetta 2. SALM, IOYCE: Bowling Club 2, 3, 4: Curtain Call Production 2. SCHEIBE, DANIEL: General Course. SCHIEDERMAYER, SHARON: General Course. SCHINKE, BARBARA: Square Dance Club 2. ANN: General Course. SCHMIDT, BEVERLY: Archery Club 4: Latin Club 2: Student Council 45 "Talisman" 3, 4. SCHMIDT, IAMES: General Course. RICKERT, JACK: Tumbling Club 2. ROBERTS, GLORIA: Archery Club 35 "C1ar1on' 3, co-business manager 45 Chorale 3, 45 Curtain Call Pro- duction 3, 4g Nature Club 2, 3, secretary 4, Quill and Scroll 45 "Talisman" 3, 4. SCHMIEGE, MARGIE: Art Workshop 4, Bandette 3, 4: Cheerleaders 2, 3, 4, Curtain Call Acting 2, 3, 45 Declamation 4, Pep Club 4, Radio Forum Workshop - V 3, 45 Spanish Club 2, 3, 4, "Talisman" 2, 3, 4. ROHM, DEAN: General Course. ROTH, IOAN: General Course. SCHMIRLER, ANTOINETTE: Curtain Call Acting 2, 3, 45 German Club 2, 3, 4, Pep Club 4, Radio Forum Work- shop 3, 4g Spanish Club 3, 4. u adua tion night :tl SCHMIT, ELAINE: Bowling Club 3. SCHMIT, WILLIAM: Curling Club 2, 4: Football 2, German Club 2, treasurer 3, president 4: Tumbling Club 3, 4. SCHNEIDER, KENNETH: Bandette 2, 3, 4: Latin Club 2, Pep Band 2, 3, 47 Visual Aids Club 2, 3, 4. SCHNEIDER, MARY: General Course. SCHOETTLER, CARL: General Course. SCHOLZ, IANICE: General Course. SCHUMACHER, EVON: General Course. SCHOMMER, MARY: Curtain Call Production 3, 4: Pep Club 4: Spanish Club 2, 3, 4. SCHUH, DOLORES: Archery Club 4: Camera Club .5 '- 2, 3: Commercial Club 4: Pep Club 4, "Talisman" 3, 4. president 4: Pep Band 2, 3, treasurer 45 State Music Festival 2, 3. SCHULTZ, BETTY: Commercial Club 4: Talisman 4. SCOTT, DENNIS: Spanish Club 2. SEIDL, PATRICIA: Bowling Club 3, 4: Camera Club 3 Chorale 3 Commercial Club 4 Curtain Call Pro duction 2, 3, Operetta 2, Pep Club 4, Talisman 4 SCHULTZ, YVONNE: Bowling Club 2, 3, 45 Curtain Call Production 2, 3, 47 Latin Club 2, Pep Club 4, Student Council 2. SELL, THOMAS. General Course. SEMROW, DONNA: Commercial Club 4. SCHWARZ, JUDY. Camera Club 2, Curtain Call Prc- duction 3, 45 Latin Club 2: Nature Club 2, 3, vice- li The end of SENSE, WILLIAM: Bandette 2, 3, 4: Camera Club 2, 3, 4: Curtain Call Production 2, 3, 4: Nature Club 2: Pep Band 2, 3, 4: Spanish Club 3. SHANNON, SALLY: Bandette 3, 4: Curtain Call Pro- duction 2, 3, secretary 4: Nature Club 2, 3, 4: Pep Band 3, 4: Radio Forum Workshop 3, 4: State Music Festival 3: Student Council 4. 3, 4. SIMON, KENNETH: General Course. STACH, MARGARET: Bowling Club 2, 3, 4: SPRISTER, ELIZABETH: Tumbling Club 2, 3. SIEVERT, ELAINE: Bowling Club 4: Commercial Club Pep Club 4. 4 N Seniors SIMON, RONALD. Badger Boys State 3, Latin Club 2, 3, co-consul 4: Nature Club 3: Oratory 4: Student Council 3: Track 3, 4: Tumbling Club 2, 3, 4. STARFELDT, BEVERLY: Pep Club 4: Square Dance Club 2, 3. STARK, JAMES: German Club 2, 3: Nature Club 2, 3, 4: Tumbling Club 2, 3: Visual Aids Club 4. SPRINGSTROH, SHIRLEY: Nature Club 4. STARK, IEAN: Archery Club 3: Camera Club 4: Home Arts Club 4: Nature Club 3, 4. STARKS, BEVERLY: Camera Club 3, treasurer 4: Chorale 4: Curtain Call Production 2, 3, 4: Latin Club 2, STARKS, DEAN: Archery Club 2: Tumbling Club 2. STECKER, MARY: General Course. STEFFENS, VERNON: Intramurals 2, 3, 4. STEINER, MARY IO: Chorale 3, 4: Intramurals 2, 3, 4: Nature Club 2: State Music Festival 2, 3. it rf' :xl entful year STEINFEST, DIANNE. Pep Club 4, Square Dance Club 2, 37 "Talisman" 2, 3, 4. THURK, IANET: Bowling Club 2, 3, Clarion 3, sponsorship manager 45 Latin Club 2, 3, 4, Quill and Scroll 4. THYSSEN, KENNETH, Intramurals 3 STOCK, MONTE. Transferred from Merrill Wis. 4, Bowling Club 45 Tumbling Club 4. TIERNEY, THOMAS. Basketball 2, Intramurals 3, 4. TOCK, VINCENT. General Course. STOHLMAN, LEROY: Badger Boys' State 3, Curling Club 2, 3, 45 Curtain Call Acting 2, 3, 4, Debate 2, 3, 4, Extemporaneous Speaking 2, 3, 45 German Club 27 Intramurals 2, 3, Latin Club 3, 45 Oratory 4, Radio Forum Workshop 3, 47 Student Council 35 "Talisman" 4, Tennis 2. STRUTZ, JUDY: Art Workshop 2, 47 Bowling Club 2, "Clarion" 45 "Talisman" 3. TOLLEFSON, IAMESZ Bowling Club 2, 3, Curling Club 2, Football 2, 3, 4, Track 2, 3, 45 Visual Aids Club 2. TREIBEP, DAVE: Student Council 4. SULLIVAN, PATRICIA: Bowling Club 25 Camera Club 2. TAGGART, MARY: "Clarion" 4, Curtain Call Produc- tion 23 State Music Festival 3. TANK, IEANNE: Bandette 3, 4, Bowling Club 25 Curtain Call Acting 2, 3, 47 Nature Club 3, Pep Band 2, 3, 4, Quill and Scroll 47 "Talisman" 3, 4. TEWS, JOHN: General Course. THEYEL, GEORGE: Bowling Club 2, 3. THOMSON, CARL: Intramurals 2. Seniors The beg1nn1ng o VANDER PUTTEN, ROXANN: Intramurals 3, 45 Pep Club 45 State Music Festival 25 Student Council 2. VAN WYK, DAVID: Intramurals 2, 3, 4. VOECKS, MARILYN: Art Workshop 2, 3, 45 Curtain Call Production 2, 3, 45 Intramurals 45 Latin Club 25 Pep Club 45 "Talisman" 4. WALTER, MARY: Art Workshop 25 Curtain Call Pro- duction 2, 3. WARNER, MARIORIE: Bandette 2, 3, 45 "Clarion" 2, 3, associate editor 45 Curtain Call Production 2, 35 French Club 35 Latin Club 25 Nature Club 2, 35 Pep Band 2, 3, secretary 45 Quill and Scroll 45 Radio Forum Workshop 3, secretary 45 Student Council 2, 45 Ushers Club 2, 3, 4. WEBER, MARK: Transferred from Portage, Wis. 45 Visual Aids Club 4. TURRIFF, DAVE: Entered from St. Mary's Menasha, Wis. 3. TURZINSKI, VIRGINIA: Transferred from Milwaukee, Wis. 35 Archery Club 35 Square Dance Club 3. WEGNER, KAY. Bowling Club 2, G.A.A. 2, Talis- man" 4. WELLER, CHARLES: Basketball Manager 2, 3, 45 "Clarion" 2, 3, 4. UECKER, GENE: Chorale 4. Shop 45 Spanish Club 45 Track 4. murals 2. 2, 3. URRETA, ENRIQUE: Exchange Student from Barcelona, Spain 45 Curtain Call Production 45 Radio Forum Work- VANDENBERG, FLOYD: Bowling Club 2, 3, 45 Intra- VANDER LINDEN, PHYLLIS: Archery Club 35 G.A.A. 25 Intramurals 2, 45 Pep Club 45 State Music Festival WENDT, RODNEY: Bowling Club 3, 4. WENDT, LARRY: Printers Club 3, president 4. WOLFE MARIE General Course. WYMAN SANDY: Transferred from Oshkosh, Wis. 4. YONAN SALLY: General Course. ZIMMERMAN, IOANNE. Curtain Call Acting 2, 3, 4 Declamation 4: Latin Club 25 Library Staff secretary 4: Radio Forum Workshop 3, treasurer 4. ZIMMERMAN, NANCY: General Course. challengmg future WERELEY, DAVID: General Course. WERNER, RAY: Chorale 3, 45 Operetta 2. WlCl-IMANN, IOANNE: Curtain Call Acting 2, 3, 4: Orchesis 2, 3, 4: Pep Club 4: Spanish Club 2, 3, 4j Ushers Club 2, 3, 4. WILKINSON, IUDITH: Commercial Club 47 Curtain Call Production 2: Library Staff 45 Ushers Club 3, vicepresident 4. WINTERS, SANDRA: Camera Club 2, 3: "Talisman" 4. WINTERS, SHIRLEY: Camera Club 3: Commercial Club 4. WOLOSEK, CLARENCE: General Course. WITTER, FLORA: General Course. WOLFE, ALICE: G.A.A. 2, 3, 4. WOLTERS, IOHN: Curling Club 2. WOLFGRAM ROBERT General Course. ACKMAN, BOB: General Course, ZUELZKE, DONALD: Basketball 2, lntramurals 2, 3, 4: Spanish Club 2, Tennis 2, 3, 4. OTHER SEN IORS BAURAIN, STEWART: Bowling Club 2: lntramurals 2. BELOW, ROBERT: Football 2, Intramurals 2, 3. BRAMMER, GORDON: Transferred from Chicago, lll. 4. BRANDT, DONALD: General Course. DRALL, IAMES: Bowling Club 2, 3: Intramurals 2, 3, 4, State Music Festival 2, 3. FRASER, WILLIAM: Bowling Club 3, 4, Track 3, Visual Aids Club 2, 3. GAST, ALVIN: Archery Club 3. HAGEN, ERWINI General Course. HOMP, PHILIP: Football 3: German Club 2: Intramurals 2, 3: Tumbling Club 2. HOPFENSPERGER, JAMES A.: Visual Aids Club 2. HORGEN, DUANE: General Course. KETTNER, IOHNZ German Club 2, lntramurals 2, 3. Teddy Christensen and Vonda Myse check with the bulletin board on the lirst day ot school. 52 . . . Seniors KlRKLAND, IAMES: Basketball 25 Football 2, 3, 4, lntramurals 2, 3, 4. KOLOSSO, PAUL: Transferred from St. Maryls Men' asha, Wis. 4, Camera Club 4: Nature Club 4. LYMAN, llM: General Course. PATTEE, RONALD: Intramurals 2, 3, 4. PETERMAN, ROGER: lntramurals 2, 3, 4. PETERS, IOHN: E-owlinq Club 2, 3, Curtain Call Pro duction 2, 3, 45 German Club 3, lntramurals 2, 3. RAY, WAYNE: General Course. REED, PAT: General Course. SAUNDERS, RICHARD: lntramurals 4. SCHlLLER, TOM: General Course. ffPlCE, IOHN: Operetta 3. VANDEN HEUVEL, DONALD: liil i'i,i i iiii rals 2. VAN DINTER, BETTY: Commercial Club 4. WIEGAND, PETE: General Course. WlLLlAMS, ROGER: Football 3: lntramurals 2, 3, 4 Student Council 3: Track 2. A Gene Uecker, Merle Mueller, Roqer Williams, lim Stark and lim Grunska in Boys' Foods. Q -2 'n Z Q ndNQ Y v 1 ss, 'S X X X 40 , K N . 4 . .' ' . 3 "" I an -Y V K' Sophs swing in Tweedy and Sylvester in "Puddy Tatu- Stradivarius turns comedian?-John Kellogg, Karen Ogaard and Judith Goehler. Donald Juhnke and Donnis Deschler. Erncee Bebops are real gone!- Denny Paul and Dave Miller. SOPI-IOMORE TALENT SHOW The Soph. Talent Show presented seventy-seven future operatic dramatists and viriuosos with David Miller and Dennis Paul as emcees. The program opened with the piano selection "Beat Gut The Boogie," after which "Nonsense" added comic relief. "Melodrama" was followed by a musical pantomime. The half-way mark featured "Seeing Double," with "Sailor Boys," "Indian Love Call," and 'Rag Mop" following in the second half of the performance. After an hour of merriment, "Enter The Hero" and "Modern Dance" brought to an end the 1955 soph produc- tion. The entire show, with the aid of Miss Ruth Mcliennan, Mr. lack Burroughs, Mrs. Gene Nienow and student coaches, was sincerely lauded. Soph "Ragmops" aid the custodians-Katy Fanselow, Joan McBain, Gretchen Gericke, Marcia Manier, Mary McKee, Ellen Rudolf, Anne Darling, Anne Pearman, Mary Reed. . Activities Terrors win out x Flaccinancinihilipilification !- "Clipped wings will be their downfall," foretold Orchesm Mcfiathron, Temple, L., Davis, B. HGMECCDMING A spirit ot expectancy filled the air as the hectic weekend got ott to a bang. Cheers, songs and witty skits sparked the Thursday pep session which began the homecoming weekend. On Saturday morning, Gctober 22, seventeen clubs and organizations combined their efforts in the traditional parade. Orchesis took first prize, with the band and cheerleaders sharing the second rating. At 1:30 P. M. everyone trooped to Whiting Field to observe the Appleton Terrors' thrilling 21-O victory over the Fond du Lac Cardinals. Another gala homecoming day was recorded in the album of pleasant memories as Kenneth Kram- lich emceed the climaxing dance. The 95-yard pals insures our victory. I l A six-some arrives at the dance--Jerry Lecy, Paula Wochos, Maurie Jury, Judith Wilkinson, Molly O'Keefe, Dick Odegard. Activities - Wife Jean Voll pleads a pardon from her tantalizing husband, Jim Zwerg, while Sue Fowler patiently waits for the decision. "-In the Suds" Curtain Call's productions ot one-act plays opened with HThe Willow Plate," a Chinese ro- mance of Mung Chu Po and Cheng Loy Fah star- ring Mary Lou Hopfensperger and Rick Mclntyre. They were destined by Tai l-loo Tso and Mung Sin by Marilyn Bartmann and Tom painted forms on a willow plate a dragon. Their love, however, Chee, played Corbett, to be garrisoned by vanquished all obstacles. lohn Mullen portrayed the Mandarin ot the Sapphire Button, Marge l-lelein, the bodyguard, Kathie Anderson and Marilyn Saiberlich, tlower girls, and Margie lochman, Kathie McKechnie and Marion Zordel, the dragon. Jim Wink apologizes for his lie, as Jerry Lecy and Anne Boronow patiently listen. "-Married at Sunrise" 56 . . . Activities Une-act plays Husband Jim Zwerg fears the threat of his nagging wife Jean Voll. "-In the Suds" "Married at Sunrise" is a modern comedy in with Alex, a young Gl, played by lim Wink, proposes immediate marriage to naive lulie Brent, Karen Simenson, atter a two wee-li acquaintance. lulie arouses her parents, lerry l..ecy and Sue Briese to announce she will marry the next morning and meets strong opposition from them as well as trom her grandmother, ludi Beglinger. lulie's observant young sister, Anne Boronow, reveals the suitor's qualities as well as his weak- ness ot lying. Alex returns to coniplicate his status by admitting his falsehood and teniporarily loses lulie's precarious love, but finally is pursued by the repentant heroine. Mother, Sue Briese, forbids the sunrise marriage of her love-stricken daughter, Karen Simenson. "-Married at Sunrise" display theatrical talent The dragon guards the willow plate and Mary Lou Hop- fensperger and Rick Mclntyre. "-The Willow Plate" Subtle humor personified the French composi- tion, "ln the Sudsf' Hen-pecked lacguinot, lim Zwerg, was forced to endorse an extended account of uncoinpleted tasks listed by his nagging wife leanette, lean Voll, and his meddling mothervin- law, Sue Fowler. l-lis revenge prevailed when leanette fell into a tub of sudsy water. Completely at his mercy, she swore to be the dutiful wife he demanded. The raging hotel fire failed to arouse the two The unconcerned bellboy, Dennis Paul, notifies Daril RileyandKenKramlichofthefire. "-TheStil1Alarm" John Mullen and his bodyguard, Marge Helein, boldly march to the willow plate. "-The Willow Plate" typically British guests, Bob and Ed, played by Darii Riley and Ken Kranilich, in 'The Still Alarm." Repeated warnings from the unconcerned bellboy, Dennis Paul, and the appearance of the firemen, Dave Schuetter and Terry Ragus, did not hasten the guests' departure. The success of these one-act plays was due to the untiring efforts of Mrs. Virley Brown and Mr. Kenneth Sager, directors, Mr. lack Burroughs, productions, and Mrs. Gene Nienow, make-up. The hotel fire rages as Dave Schuetter and Terry Ragus practice their violin, and Daril Riley and Ken Kramlich assemble their belongings. "-The Still Alarm" Activities . . . 57 Declaimers produce laughter and tears 'wfjk STANDING: Laue, Polisky, Saiberlich. SEATED: Schmiege, Goehler, I. SERICDUS DECLAM With her stirring reading, "Futility" by C. Allen, loanne Zimmerman placed first in the serious declamatory contest. The heroine of her story gave up the man she loved because of an insanity trait in her family. She later learned she was adopted. C. Tazewell's "Uninvited" given by lanet Koller, deals with a small boy, Michael, whose only wish was to have his dog, Exodus, in Paradise with him. Kathy McKechnie in "Yield to the Night" by l. Henry, portrayed Mary Hilton, a young woman convicted of murder, during the last hours before her execution. 'Ctentle House" by A. Rose, the story of a small Latvian boy, was given by Nancy Goehler. The reading described the trials and tribulations Andris, the young D. P., had in accustoming himself to the American way of life. The hatred between two sisters which came to a head when Abbie Blackwell tried to poison her sister, was vividly portrayed by Neal Dohr in "Undertow" by A. Weth- erby. Miss Ruth McKennan worked with this group. I-IUMORCDUS DECLAM Cn November 30, all signs of seriousness disappeared as mirth and mischief reigned at the humorous declamatory recital. Margie Schmiege began the program with her original declam, "Madness with Mergatroidf' Feeling the effects of a few "Zombies," Mrs. Mergatroid dreamed of becoming a number of famous people. Sandy Laue presented lames Thurber's, "The Night The Bed Fell." A noise awoke the household in the middle of the night, and everyone feared that the bed had fallen on father. Marilyn Saiberlich's choice, "Brotherly Love" by L. L. Black, was the winning read- ing. lt dealt with little Peter lohn who saw his older brother kissing a girl, and tattled to their mother. Two young visitors of a mental hospital, each thinking the other a patient, presented an amusing situation in W. R. Walkers' "A Pair of Lunatics," given by ludy Polisky. ludy Goehler presented "l Like Men," by l. M. Fonkert, in which she portrayed a high school girl who had decided on HIIIPTIH as her extra-curricular activity. The coach was Mr. Kenneth Sager. LEFT TO RIGHT: McKechnie, Goehler, N., Zimmerman, Ioa., Dohr, C., Koller. 58 . . . Activities Debaters engage in friendly argument Joan Gilbert and Bill Mielke doing research. STANDING: Iochmun, l., Schuman, S. SEATED: Gericke, G., limos, Quella, Mar STANDING: Stohlman, R. Mielke, B. SEATED: Dohr, C., Mr, Wetak, Gilbert, DEBATE "Resolved: That government sub- sidies should be granted according to need to high school graduates who quality for additional training." On this resolution A. H. S. debaters presented their ideas and arguments. Preliminary practice was begun in October and included reading, prepara- tion ot briefs and rehearsals. Although long hours were devoted to research, discussion and practice, the time was well spent, for invaluable ex- perience was gained by all those who participated in this activity. The squad debated at Neenah High School in December and again in February at Two Rivers. This year, for the tirst time, the senior debaters judged several out-ot-town meets. Mr. Hubert Wetak, who accompanied the speakers to these meets, was the capable coach of this year's debaters. Activities . . . 59 Recital challenges extemporizers Michele Mathews Roy Stohlman Mary Quella . . Activities ff 'v It Bill Miellce Don Call EXTEMPORANEOUS SPEAKING The Bolton-Roth extemporaneous speaking contest had two first place winners this year, Bill Mielke and Mike Mathews. In his talk "Israel, l-lotbed of the Middle East," Bill Mielke said that by aiding the lsraelian cause, the United States would bring the rival countries closer to a settlement. "The Farm Problem, a Problem tor All" was the title ot Mike Mathews' speech. She thoroughly outlined several plans tor the solu- tion ot the farm surplus problem. The subject of Roy Stohlman's speech was Hlfrance Against Her- self," in which he stated that France's own political and econom- ical policies constitute her worst enemies. Don Call, in discussing l'China, a Russian Maneuver," advanced reasons tor not admitting Red China to the United Nations. Among others, he pointed out her disrespect for the principles on which the United Nations is based. A plea against segregation was made by Mary Quella in her talk, "Segregation, Biggest Block to Brotherhood." She stated the need for a more varied curriculum for integrated schools. Mr. Donald Exner advised the contestants in their preparation tor this contest The speakers discuss the contest with their coach. Orators interpret the times li.E,gT in 7 ii' 1' W., ..,- John Mullen Bill lvlielke ORATGRY This year's winner in the annual l-leiss Qratorical contest was lohn Mullen. ln his speech, "0ur American Legacy," he made a plea tor conservatism, saying that the liberalistic "one tor all, and all tor one" attitude is causing a lack ot ambition in mankind, 'iPower" was the title ot Bill Mielke's oration, in which he stated that the true power of America lies in the rights and privileges ot the individual, and that this power is evidenced in religion. lust as the atomic bomb can be used either tor peace or war, so our personalities can be used tor better or worse. This was the philosophy expressed by Roy Stohlman in his oration, "An Experiment Worth Trying," which stressed a need tor positive thinking. ln Dave Otte's oration entitled "Dynamic Living," he declared a necessity tor more optimistic thinking which can be achieved through development of our abilities and talents. The tact that every driver is a potential killer and that accidents anuneedless was the thought developed by Ron Simon in his speech, "A Killer at Large." Mr. Kenneth Sager coached these students in the preparation and presentation of their orations. Ronald Simon Dave Cite Mr. Sager amuses oratory contest- ants during a rehearsal. Roy Stohlman Activities "No matter how hard I tried, I coulcln't make a single friend. ' '-Polisky, Mullen. "Who you go to the dance with, is important."-Polislxy, Stohlman. "Eje, toro, eje!"-Polisky, McGowan, Otte, Captain, Stohlman, Christensen, Kramlich. 62 . . . Activities "Bravo, Ricky!"-Gresenz, Koller, Defferding, Zimmerman, McGraw, Nelson, McGowan, Schmiege, Christensen, Dohr, Polisky, Miellxe. uFo11ow "Follow the Dream" by Alice Duer Miller and Florence Ryerson, a two-act romantic comedy telling the story ot the eternal triangle, was presented by the senior class on March 20, Born ot American parents in Reru, loan Cameron returned at the age of 14 to live in the United States. She tried hard to make friends and to tit in, but the tact that two boys both liked her only made other girls jealous. Spike, the handsome aggressive all-American boy, who rep- resents security to loan, and Ricky the irrepressible mild mannered, but adventure-loving Peruvian, both leave with the beginning ot World War ll. Upon their return, though she loves Spike, loan has about reconciled herself to imaginary happiness with Ricky when the plot takes a last minute twist. Spike will accept a position in South America it loan will go with him. Ricky surprises all by'announcing that he will live in America and become the "Rutabaga King." Ile Cheer- tully gives his blessings to Spike and loan. Joan greets Spike when he ar- rives home on furlough.- Stohlman, Polisky. 1 "Oh Ricky, it's so good to see you again."-Polisky, the Dream" CAST loan Ctuneron .... ludy Polisky Mrs. Cameron.. , . . ,Neul Dohr Mr. Cameron ..,.. lohn Mullen Tommy Cameron ...... . . . .Roger Hamilton Spike ........ .LeRoy Stohlman Ricky ......... lohn McGowan Walt ,..., .,....., D uve Otte Bill ...... ..... K en Kranilich Danny ...,.....,. Ken Captain Bob .,..,.,..,,..., lun Larson Mrs. Tdte,Colleen Christenson Dr. Vincent ..... . . .Bill lvlielke lessa ........... Lynne Nelson Tex ......,.. lunice Defterdinq Kay .... ...... l cnet Gresenz Helen ...,..., lvlurqe Schmieqe Putty ........,.... lfinet Koller Caroline ....... Polly McGraw Tri:-u ....... loanne Zimmerman Directorlvliss Ruth Nlclfennan Producer. .lVlr. Lick Burroughs Stage Manager. . .Torn Becker Liqhtinq Head, . ,Bill Dachelet Design Head . .. . .Sharon Baumqurtner Sound Head .,., Louise Putnam Make-up Head .,.. Polly Gosha Property Head .... Vonda lvlyse Costume Head .... l.ynn Roeck "When we see 'em coming, we'll grab 'em, Spike tells Joan and Ricky as they prepare to rescue the ice cream. "You're not leaving until those apples are peeled Hamilton, Dohr, Mullen. "But Spike, I just had to hear your voice."- Polisky "It's a dream come true."-Stohlman, Polisky, Mullen, Dohr, Defferding, Koller Schmiege, McGowan, Gresenz, McGraw, Nelson. Activities UNO room in the inn" The lights dimmed, a hush fell on the audience, and the curtain rose, revealing the first scene of the Christmas play "Come Let Us Adore Him." lt was Christmas Eve in an average American home. A mother and her small daughter were dis- cussing the age-old story of the first Christmas Eve. ln answer to the child's question as to whether the baby lesus received presents, the mother began the story of his birth. The child fell asleep as the scene changed to the days of old, and we were again familiarized with the ageless and beautiful story of the first Christmas. As daughter Connie Gardner listens, mother Carol Douglas begins the story of the first Christmas. Kathy Anderson, the innkeeper's daughter, tells of her dream of the Saviour's birth while Roger Hamilton, Bob Boettcher. Dave Miller and John McGowan listen. . . wrapped in swaddling clothes, and lying in a manger"-Rita Weber, David McIntyre, Sue Balliet, and Marge Helein. . . . Activities Betsy Davis ..... Prologue ludi Beglinger. . Prologue Carol Douglas ...... . Mother Connie Gardner Child Kathie Anderson ,,.. . Martha Marge frlelein, . . Angel Rita Weber ..... Angel Susan Balliet ..,f Mary Roger Hamilton. liiiilcvepie lohn McGowan. Boy Bob Boettcher. .. lulius Dave Miller .... Sfblflte r Dave Mclntyre. . loseph ferry Lecy ...... Ezra Roy Stohlman. . . losiah lim Dohr .,... Simeon Daril Riley. , . Baltliamr lim Wink.. . . Melchioi' lim Zwerg A Casper' Your day is varied r f 3 ,, V 5 Sandy Baron, Chuck Riley, Susie Bergs- Tom Flanagan and Terry Rafael Mendez plays the trumpet baken, and Sandy Dominowski talk Ragus are initiated into accompanied by our band. between classes Spanish Club. V- IN Van Horn, Polisky, Becker, T., Moede, Mullen, Dohr, N., Joyce, C.. Lynne Nelson issworn in at the MockTrial and McGowan tell the sophs about life at A. H. S. CoachWitzke,Mr.Gerhardt,Mr.Briese,Mr.Comella. Bill Gurnee, Joan McBain, Sue Balliet gets ready for and Mr. Schultz talk things over. Torn Benton, Pat Gartzl-me, the Christmas play. and Jerry DeBruin Activities . . . 65 w Today's events are recorded CLARION EDITORIAL Long after faces and events have been forgotten, high school days can be relived by leating through the pages of your "Clarion." During the sixth hour and after school, the editorial statt was kept busy working in the "Coop," New members were accepted on the basis of their try-outs which included stories, illustrations, photo' graphs, and letters ot application. The statt was headed by Iudy Polisky and Polly McGraw, co-editors. They were assisted by Carol Miller, Marge Warner and Ioan Gilbert. Sid Fielkow directed the photography, with Marilyn Saiberlich, lerry Bloch and Daril Riley handling the art and sport sections respectively. Mrs. Caroline Sullivan was the faculty adviser. 'Lx ,,. IW' 44' SEATED' Seerlnq, Cary. STANDING: Alton, Abel, S., Mitchell, P., Kronberg, Knoke, C. "I-A kia E , . LEFT TO RIGHT: Balliet, Call, Selig, Briese, Becker, M., Riley, D. SEATEDg Miller, Dau MCB5in, STANDING: Weinberger, Mielke, W., Ioyce, V., Prior, Byfield. f' A LEFT TO RIGHT: Polisky, Mrs. Sullivan, Miller, C. S., Warner, M., McGraw, Gilbert, Saiberllch, Fielkow. . . . Activities for tomorroW's memories CLARION BUSINESS I While the Editorial Staff was busy planning the yearbook, the Business Staff was making the publica- tion financially possible by selling subscriptions and sponsorships. It was also their responsibility to dis- tribute the books and, as the name implies, handle the business end of the yearbook. Admission to the staff was gained after the applicant had obtained ten sponsorships. This year's staff was headed by Ianet Thurk and Liz Temple, sponsorship heads, lane Ottman, sub- scription manager: Gloria Roberts, business man- ager: and Barbara Blum, circulation manager. Miss Elizabeth Plowright was the faculty adviser. SEATED Norseen. STANDING: Pruell, Douglas, Rath. C Q, i 5 SEATED: Park. LEFT TO RIGHT' Persons, Ohde, Manner, McKee. STANDING: Laude, Strulf, Taqqarl. it 'G , my ij,i?f.1'f9 .rgigsf-,,5,f y gps, L., .. -ggi.-ir, M fir -A-,.:5.t W fc? I 'S -,way SEATED: Roberts, Miss Plowriqht, Ottman. STANDING: Temple, L., Thurk. I., Blum. Activities . . . 67 R -! 'six i X, SIQATFDZ Carol loyce, Miss Williams. STANDING lohn Mullen, Mike Mathews, lim Va E i I lil DTTOM RCW Su-qi-I, Silnen- wili, ICU'-wk, I., Miryrifsn, Wil- lziviui n S. MlIll7l,If RCVDW Swliriilvqv, Dulir, N Iinirm-r, Fwald, Bodmer, S. IUI' POW H:-llin, I , S-'livir-Her tltlrf Krmiillwli, Paul, IJ l'iwiiak Iieqlinqr-i I 'T 4 I ' by 'K E 1. t 1- n Horn. Weekly pape TALLY EDiToR1Ai. Writing and publishing the 'lTally," the weekly school newspaper, has provided one ot the main extracurricular activities at A. H. S. for the past thirty-one years. In previous years the fine writing of the l'Tally's" editorial staff has been highly honored with awards frorn the National Press Associa- tion and National Quill and Scroll Society. Under the guidance of Miss Marjorie Williams and Mr. E. I. Goodrich, the "Tally" experienced another successful year. "Tally" editorial officers for the past year were: Michele Mathews and Iohn Mullen, co-editors, Carol loyce, feature editor, and lim Van I-Iorn, sports editor. i ,..,,..4. M ..,w,.,.. 1 'KIIA BOTTCM ROW Piilii-ini Hackbort, Om-ll.i, Mary, Davis, B, MIDDLE ROW IQ:-inkf-, M, Roberts, Spririqstrm-li, Shali- mel, Mnuel. TOP ROW Weqne-1, K, Kel' loqq, Kiihr, F., Kulii, Il. Winlwr::, S, Plnrimlm ceeps you informed TALLY BUSINESS "Talisman" owes much of its success to a line business staff. This staff, under the direction of Mr. Bruno Krueger, is divided into three sections: business, managed by Dorothy Bart- man and Janet Gresenzp advertising, headed by Mary Earlingg and circulation, directed by Muriel Drier and Betty Schultz. The advertising section secures advertising contracts which help finance the paper. The circulation division distributes the paper to stu- dents and other subscribers. The business sec- tion keeps a complete financial record of busi- ness transactions. Besides making the paper possible, the staff gains practical experience in business and salesmanship methods. BOTTOM ROW McEalliron, Drier, Scliulfv, B., Barllnmin, ll. TOP ROW' E-irling, Mr. Krueger, Grefzenz. l. 'il 1 ll fl lSO'l"l'OM ROW ln-V1-Q-, Z-ful:-I, Rmllinlmi, ililliilmn, fivlnrllu-, tl, Huqlii-::, ., I' Uliiiinteriixn-ri, T., lb 1 'lc ry l'Ol' ROW flvlnili, ll., liilloli. Saul:-i, Tlmllu-, l'iir'l::r-ii, Tux Hrricikrz, l. A , l30l7w'kflv Slvinle- t. tl:-n:u-n, N.iqre-en, l'nlt-lun, ey l 11 BOTTKDM RCDW Piliq:-l, VUL'-'kr' M., l'.1liif-r-mi, l,v Mumf- l:i.:t-her,Mu.,M.ilIei:ui1,fhi-'lm p TOP ROW Buelnw, fic-idl, P. loulilimvi. M . ltwllniq, Lnvpke Students practice good government SEATED: Mr. Helble, Putman, Moede. Otte, Miss Wolf. STANDING: Wenzel, Ulwelling, M. STUDENT COUNCIL The Student Council realized a dream come true with the arrival of our tirst exchange student, Henry Urreta of Barcelona, Spain. This summer, Marilyn Saiberlich and Liz Temple will represent A.l-l.S. abroad. Again this year, fund raising for exchange students was the councils important project under the direction ot Hans Moede, president, Dave Qtte, vice-president, Louise Putnam, secretary-treas urerg Mike Ulwelling and Mike Wenzel, sergeants-at-arms, and Miss Wolf and Mr. Helble, sponsors. l tj i I 1 Nbr l v .2 SEATED: McGowan. I., Koller, l., Dohr, C., Hintz, N., Hamilton, R. VTANDINGL Dachelet, Baumgartner, Shannon, Bergman, Kuborn, Warner, M., Schmidt, B., Treiber, D . Y A v u vt 4. SEATED: McEathron, Sternhagen, Ottman, Luepke, Becker, M.. STANDING: Bloch, Fischer, I,, Kobs, B., Riley, D., Ehlke, Souders, SEATED: Landis, Schinke, G., Fanselow, C., Hughes, D., Morrissey, Schuman. STANDING: Christie, Hamann, Zwerg, King, P., Cotton, Benton, T., Miller, Da., Ragus. '10 . . . Activities Reward for journalistic diligence I bw-9' L ' T SEATED: Beqlinqer, Trinrud, R,, Mcliathron, Davis, B, STANDING: Van Horn, Buetow, Temple, L., Benton, I., Ottman, Kramlich, N..-I I SEATED: Cary, Posniak, Dohr, C., Siegel, Gilbert. STANDING: Miller, Carol S., Hackbert, Baumqartner, Mullen, Warner, M., Putnam. 'J J. X X .T HI 1 f SEATED: Thurk, I.. Roberts, Mathews, M., Polisky. STANDING: Drier, Bartmann, D., Kuhr, B., Mielke, W., Luepke, Brooks, I. A. QUILL AND SCRCDLL The Edward Weismiller Chapter of Quill and Scroll published the 23rd edition of "Pat- terns of Stardust" through the combined efforts of the English, commercial, art, and printing departments. The Christmas Musicale and several speakers constituted other programs arranged under the direction ot: Polly Mc- Graw, president, Dave Otte, vice presidentg Carol loyce, secretary: lanet Gresenz, treas- urer. The faculty sponsor was Miss Dolores Landreman. STANDING: Gresenz. I., Otie. SEATED: Ioyce, C., Miss Landreman. McGraw. Activities Band parades new uniforms K ' a Jean Tank, Bill Sense, Daryl Hoh. and Sally Shannon listen to the recordings of the Rafael Mendez concert. CONCERT BAN D Accompanying the famed Rafael Mendez was an honor for the A. H. S. Concert Band, but it also proved beyond a doubt the ability of these high school musicians. Proudly displaying new uniforms, band members marched in several parades and presented Christ- mas and spring concerts for both the student body and the public. Special attention was given talented musicians ot this organization when they appeared as soloists at various programs. Hours of intensive practice were followed by participation in the dis- trict tournament in Green Bay. Graduating ineni' bers were honored at a spring bangiiet which ended the year's activities. These officers served under the guidance ol band director Mr. Frank Comella: lack Fanselow, president, lim Wink, vice-president, Marge Warner, secretary, ludy Schwar7, treasurer. FRONT ROW Shannon, Bauer, li., Wink, Mc:Eathron, Wilkinson, l., Fault, Rippl, Lane, Detterding, la. :ll-ff 'UNIT ROW Svliwary, l"ansf-low, l., l,enul-Lie, H, loyce, C., Kellogg, Tews, P., Hackbert, Bloedorn, Schuman, Ottvnan, Stark, R , Kubal, R, Reyhlx-in, R1-ndall H, 5wtrwl+y, l'iv-pr-ville-rq, S., Willunsrvn, S. THIRD ROW Goss, M, Wenzel, l , Thiirlc, l, Que-lla, Mary, Kuhr, B., Becker, M, Bentle, Huh, D., Hamilton, R., Becker, T., Herzlierq, lat -iltzz, T, llaitinaii, K. Alton, Mi-yer, T, Wendlandl, Hollriiari, K., Maliieq, K., Mathews, B, Gebheirn, T., Vniqt, le, loess, R., Kulsorn, Cary, l'ieperilworq,, ll. l"CDllRTl-l ROW lla-Vim, lflansen, C, Mitvhler, Wochos, Rath, Kositzke, ludy, Abel, Sh, Verrier, l., Darling, Riley, V, flfwttttri, Sta:-dt, l'l+-lvf-y, Mill'-r, l., Went ltr, Svlirn-tile-r, K, liihnke, I., Pesetsky, Sirhnndt, Carlyle, Sense, Evans, D. A., lolin, Strelnnel, Kippenhan, L, Matinxis, Mvlntyre, Tank, l, Warinfr, M. Tk ll' ROW Olsen, W, Potter, Svlimieqe, Hartmann, R., lflilcer, Abel, Sa. '12 . . . Activities Pep Band boosts spirit PEP BAND Pep Band has brought added school spirit to both the athletic teams and student body. Be' sides contributing to the enthusiasm of the Crowd with their lively music, members of the band presented entertaining and original skits be- tween halves of many home basketball games. Band members also executed difficult maneu- vers and formations for the enjoyment of the spectators at football games. Pep Band is an extracurricular activity, and rehearsals are held after regular school hours. Students are chosen on the basis of their musical ability and willingness to participate at all times. This band was under the direction of Mr. Frank Comella. Judy Schwarz shows Marge Warner how to play the clarinet while Jim Wink, Mr. Comella and Jack Fanse FRONT ROW1 Warner, M., Becker, M., Goss, M., Cary, Iohn, Evans, D. A. MIDDLE ROW' Thurk, I., Lemke, B., Mathews, B., Schwarz, Bentle. Becker, T. TOP ROW. Bartmann, R., Iuhnke, l., Malueq, K., Hoffman, K., Fulcer, Schneider, K., Fanselow, l. , S trieby. Activities Musical organizations provide I wr. XX' Tone quality dominates the conversation of Jim Jochman, Jerry Van Dynhoven, Luann Zimmerman, and Ted Christie. TERRCDR BAND "We1 may not play wi-ll, but wth sun- havo fun trying!" A sion with tltetsv golden words oroets the wyws ol tall who efntor the A. H. lwfmd room. The- Terror' Band was fi nt-W tttltlltion to the rcmlas of Appleton Hi:-1h Svhool music orqonimtions. lt was A GVOHIW tlmt tunotionml ttlono pnmllol linos with tlnx Concert Band ancl was l1llCl1'I' tho tlmw tion ot Mr. Frank Comvllta, Otlivws ot the oroup woro lim loclnnfnm, prvrsi- dont, Luann Znnrnortndn, vicw-pwsttlvrtti le-frry Vdn Dynhovwn, Sm'r'vtf11'y, tmtl Tod Christiv, tnnsltror. FRONT ROW M.atm.-lrom, l,., I-In-kman, Danley, Scrhulf, P., Hahn, Due-stler l., Zxmmerman, L., Walter, S. f1lit'ONIWl6C7W Van Dynlwvf-n, Nulrl, l"rerir1m'luz, Hodqlns, Hartmann, P., Kuhr, R., Aures. 'llllllll ROW lwltllwvswx' Vtumlvxlmrlvlm, tllfrasv, Vim Onflfmlmverm, Cottrell, Vandenlvuom, Morlclu, Rohm, N., Rxndt, D., Huven, Ps-torson, D, lrwlmston, Maas, Alun-nt., l W , Wcvlrll, Vtmflvn llomn, E., Umrl1'lp:lx, Selle, Norrlfl, Pelloqrlnx. I'-An 'K Rt. HW llttwvy, Y:-.ilu-y, lit- fitmne-y, Rn., Llnnmeyer, Gene, lochman, la., Coggeshall, Patterson, Relxen, Elck, W., Stevenson, Hove, Clxmatnc-. '14 . . . Activities enjoyment for all ORCHESTRA The orchestra is at attention. Mr. Anthony Bacich steps to the podium, raises his baton and the concert begins. Another performance ot the Appleton lliqh School Qrchestra is under way. The Qrchestra appeared in the an- nual Christmas and sprinq concerts, tor school assemblies and at an eveninq proqrani tor the public. Ensemble work on various occasions dave individual artists the opportunity ot further ex- perience. Otticers ot the musicians this year wore: loan Gilbert, president, Marilyn Saiberlicli, vice-president, Katy Fanse- low, secretary-treasurer. 4 Joan Gilbert demonstrates cello techniques to Barbara Bailey Barbara Bacich, Dorothy Finnegan and Jerry Brinker. gil' ,ii ltO'l"I'UM ROW ltavn-li, Sn-qs-l, Hailey, ttrnnnnund, Finneqan, Davis, B., Saiberlirh, Gilbert, 51Hl'ONDROW MwL'lfun.uli.un, Llnttsvtiatx, lewis, A., Clinuel, Mcliatlimn, Fank, Rippl, lane, Wilkinson, S, Keatinq, P., Sinedluiid, l., Steiner, M., Gericke. TtllRll ROW f'5-'lnie-nl+'i', M lt, Pwsriialz, lflellww, Rucker, Snnpson, R, Kvlloqq, Gelulieirn, T., Kulvorn, Cary, Sc'liwar7, Fanselow, l., C-oss, M., Qui-lla, M., Hackberf B Iitrn-by Rt-lilu-in Kolval R Randall H. Kuntsinan l-lanselow, C. 'l'Ul' l'COW,'fivliattvr,'ll, liartiii-an, T., Potter, Hull, D., lalervtwerq, Riley, C., lavulws, T., lulinke, I., Evans, D. A., Warner, M., Mclntyre, D., Abel, S. A., Finnegan lunuzr, Siliuguauii, W., llrink, D., ttrinlcer, Activities . . ' i i , . g., mr- un l Judi Beglinger accompanies Chuck Lemons, Liz Wehrenberg and Jim Tollefson. Chorus proves cuoieus The Appleton High School Chorus, under the direction ot Mr. Lester Schulz, completed another successful year. Chorus, the largest of the vocal groups, was composed ol boys and girls who earned credit lor daily Class work. This group also enjoyed participating in a concert tor the veterans ut King, Wisconsin and at the Sheboygan Music Festival, caroling during the holidays and performing for several civic organizations. The student body, as well as the public, heard the excellent work ol the Chorus at the spring and Christmas concerts. H! JTTOM ROW Koller, Sitlirmnner, Hoptensperqer, M., Starks, B., LeVee, Archambeault, Desten, Kuelinl, Felton, Luelulce, D., Swanton, Cliirnm-, lt , 'l'ui:'ni: ki, Kieller, Hull, Wurdell, floss, ff., Boyle, I, VanRooy, I, Krueger, R., Scthierierrnayer. lt'L5Nl7 ROW Mnriszke. Brown, I, lirennevke, Suliultz, R., Weber, A., Werner, R, Mueller, M., lnux, I., Drmwvnxi, l+'.1.ilnmn, Otilriiimw. ltriinilt, ll , xlltii, l,, 'bln ml-r lf " A ' ' ' ' .wi tw 1 . ,, .whit li. Abel, M, Hintz, N., Nelson, A., Plainann, Ayers. RIT HOW Magniaiix. Brfiutlgain, M., Bosflc, Halliet, lieglinqer, Walter, M, Spice, Steiner, D., l"lmnei::ter, H, Bxuristarl, l'fi,:i-li, iiynvnlile-, 'l'., Tuiiilt, Ili liultx, R, Kmn.'ii:2wlv K, Thiel, C, Starleldt, li, Welirnlwerq, Winters, S., lfwald, C. TOP ROW Stark, Iv . firlifieler, S-'liivririielpls-rinig, Steiner, M., Krolow, M., Colaveuoln, l'lerrniann, Cotter, Uevker, G., Weber, lf., llr.inflt,V,'l'4vlI1-li-ini, Mullin I7 Alu-iivtiwtli, Rule-y, IW, l'2ernnivnqa, Ftoeger, Larson, Mielke, B., Sell, Fischer, Ca., Doberste-in, Sachs, M., Rwlvertrr, Kuhn-r. Variilrfiliiiileri, l'. . . . Activities that llMusic hath charms" CI-IORALE The Chorale, in its second year at A. H. S. was a select group of students from the Chorus. The main function of this group was to represent the Chorus at out-of-school programs when the situation warranted the appearance ot a small group, GLEE CLUB Each third hour, under the direction ot Mr. Lester Schulz, members of the Glee Club met tor an hour of practice and enjoyment. Along with the Chorus, the Glee Club participated in the Neenah Music Festival as well as the Christmas and spring concerts. fl 2 -Y l ,, ff 5 . 1. N ' fi I Q . , 5' . E . . , i- A I I 1' I - " L .. U T + -.1 , ff. V 4 4 -al t Hg I5 l .J T J fu A Q, I V ' -1 2. .Z . , S vi M , A T iff- f 4 '. , .,. Qi, M , if A ', . f .S 'r v ,. I - X , ? 1- vi. I BOTTOM ROW: Seeliqer, Miller, Ann, Hayes, Marske, Schmidt, Carol, Hoolihan, K., Albrecht, Christen, Grishaber, Harmon, Zehren, C. SECOND ROW: Emmer, Plach, Ba., Van Rooy, G., Wickesberg, Kirkpatrick, Reitzner, Schmidt, Iu., Bloomer, Hoolihan, lo., Blazek, H. THIRD ROW: Radtke, l., Anderson, N., Anderson, K., Schinke, D., Tock, A., Yonan, S., Schirmacher, Malueq, I., Mitchell, P., Schneider, V. TOP ROW: Fischer, P., Kolosso, M., Daniels, I., Ewig, K., Berner, Monday, Taggart, Horn, Marilyn, Fields. pb ln 1 , X ,. U. 1 3 5 l Q - I l BOTTOM ROW: Brennecke, Archambeault, Starks, B., LeVee, Steiner, M., Sachs, M, SECOND ROW: Schimmelptennig, Ferron, Ie., Bock, Ayers, Roberts, Hintz, N., Kutner. THIRD ROW: Schultz, R, Steiner, D., Bronstad, Luebke, Brandt, K., Hameister, Eisch. TOP ROW: Werner, R., Uecker, E., Mueller, M., Abendroth, K., Riley, D., Larson, Mielke, W. Activities . . . '17 S.P.Q.R. brin to Lati LATIN CLUB Latin Club meetings were a mixture ot old Rome and ot the present time. Togas, the Roman style ot dress, were frequently seen in various skits pre- sented during the year. Activities ot the club included initiation of new Aplanning session included Miss Riedl- members, the annual mothers' tea, and a farewell Simon, R. Temple, L., Davis, B. party for all the graduating seniors. I I Q A l n ' X i t t I LI BOTTOM ROW' Dominowski, Buettner, Gilbert, Kunitz, Charlene, Miss Riedl, Simon, R., Pearman, Park. MIDDLE ROW Knudsen, Rippl, Bonita, Darling, Prior, Laue, Weber, R., Beqlinger, McGraw. TOP ROW Schuman, King, B., Hasl, Kutchera, I., Ogaard, Matteson, Douglas, Putnam. 1- 'W I 4 ff' ' - . . . u , t Q,,.u . Q1 N 1 BOTTOM ROW: Gammelm, Detterdinq, lu., Winter, McBain, Kese, V., Sternhaqen, Baldwin, I., Ruqland. MIDDLE ROW: Greunke, Iames, Ioyce, V., Diestler, I., Chmlel, Balza, Stark, R., Herrman, E., Baumqartner. TOP ROW Bradford, Gurnee, R., Tibbetts, Zwerg, Mclntyre, Cunningham, Nowell, P. . . Activities ,oman culture udents LATIN CLUB The club was open to all Latin students having a satisfactory grade in the subject. Meetings were held on the first and third Thursday ot each month. Student direction was ably handled by Charlene Kunitz and Ronald Simon, co-consulsg Louise Put- nam, secretary, Betsy Davis, treasurer: Liz Temple, I program chairman. Adviser of the club was Miss : Ioann Riedl. I Mary Zeh explains a story to Pete Hoeffel, Joan Mc- Bain, Ann Darling, Marcia Manier, Gretchen Gericke Bob Fentz, Dan Scholl, Ken Holehouse. r i 1 t ,Ji f 1 1 i ' 1 , ...- I I BOTTOM ROW: Weinberger, Robles Pelleqrini, Bubolz, N., Rudolf, E., Gericke, Morrissey, Kuhl. MIDDLE ROW: Eickman, Baron, Tesnier, Zimmerman, L., Schroeder, M., McKee, Manier, Mathews, B. TOP ROW: Ouella, Mary. Malmstrom, L.. Piepenburg, S., Zimmerman, Iohn, Brummund, Sheehy, Thompson, A., Stohlman, R, 1 I g,il .k , BOTTOM ROW: Armstrong, Deschler, Siegel. Selig, Davis, B., Walters, S., Stellens, M., Weber, lu., Schumann, I. MIDDLE ROW: Bowers, M., Knapstein, Iochman, Ioan, Vanderlinden, I., Neuenleldt, VanEyck, Smedlund, Hodqins, Wankey, S. TOP ROW: Benton, T., DeBru.in, Kese, I., Miller, Da., Holzer, Mielke, W., Landis, R., Bauman, R., Scholl, Hoettel, Howey, Meyer, T. Activities . . . '19 Language clubs acquaint you FRENCH CLUB Although it has been in existence only two years, "La Fleur-de-Lis" has become a popular club with those students who have had at least a year of French and wish to increase their knowledge of France and its customs. A very interesting program was presented by Mr. Charles Hervey, who spent some time in France. A potluck supper was held dur- ing Christmas vacation. The club adviser, Dr. Rudolph Schlueter, was aided by Molly CD'Keefe, president, Edris Herrman, vice-president, ludy Polisky, secretaryg and Nancy Goehler, treasurer. S SEATED: Polisky, Goehler, N. STANDING: O'KeeIe, M., Dr. Schlueler, Herrman. 'D' . ,.-o.. in-4 -- BOTTOM ROW: McGraw, Cameron, Winter, Wendlandl, Utschiq, Thalke. MIDDLE ROW: Brennecke, Cary, Miller, Chrlstenson, Jesse, Ra., Urrela, Schwebs. TOP ROW: Bellin, I., Katke, Brinker, Riley, D., Souder, Ienson, Beall, , '4 fwfr- l SEATED: Goss, C., Carlsen, Boronow, Mcliethron, Park, Worden. STANDING: Wilkinson, S., Temple, L., Coggeshall, Spooner, Davis, B., Norseen, Pruett, Petit, Pietle, C, 80 . . . Activities with European culture GERMAN CLUB Under the direction of Dr. Rudolph Schlueter, the German Club offered a pro- gram whose purpose was to increase in- terest in Germany and the German lan- guage. The spring picnic held in conjunction with Spanish Club and the holiday skating party in lanuary were highlights ot the year's activities. The annual presentation of the "German Club Award" to the out- standing club member served as a climaxing event. Club officers were Bill Schmit, presidentg Marlene Sachs, vicespresidentg Gayle Pingel, secretaryp Carol Hamilton, treasurer. I l l-'RONT ROW Harp, Ue BACK ROW. Meek. Klein us LMT TO RIGHT I 'V-', 5. ii? ftp W1 1 . ' tg U . -... , I .f 'x C' if ' 1 cker, H., Slnkler, Rlnker, H R H lllRlVH Klllglrlll' . ., . , oo, an urn r TS! ' Y ,. FPCNT ROW Hacklvert, Barlow, Buetow, Godsvhalx bt l l K y , l., Hebeler, Wink, Petersf n R l 1 BACK ROW -Slreiby, Tro er ,Tn I . xl , U- K tx-g Activities J i Senores and Senoritas of Spanish Club SPANISH CLUB The year's activities for the Spanish Club were enriched by the membership of foreign exchange student Henry Uretta, a native of Spain. The gay festivity of the Spaniards pervaded as this club celebrated the "Pinata" and "Posada" during the Christmas season, and the enchilada dinner on Pan American Day. At a candle lighting service the following officers were installed: lohn McGowan, president, Michele Mathews, vice-president, Mary Klein, secretary, Milly Bubolz, treasurer, Alice Nelson, refreshment chairman, and Sid Fielkow, sergeant-at-arms. Mrs. Himebaugh was the adviser. 0 SEATED: McGowan, Bubolz, M., Mathews, M., Klein, M. STANDING: Fielkow, Wnchmann, l., Nelson, A., Gardner, C., Mrs. Hime- hauqh. l Bottom Row: Briese, Pugh, Rath, Balliet, Pruettg Second Row: Roeck, L., Nowell, R., Peckham, Callahan, Fischer, Mn., Gartzke: Third Row: Pirner, Urreta, DeBraal, Aures, Vogt, Bodmer, S., Mitchell, P., Krause, D.: Top Row: Konz, Ienneriahn, T., Kranzusch, Brinkman, C., Brooks, I, Ann, Belling, Sauter, Hoolihan, R, Birchler. Bottom Row: Goss, M., Earlmg, Schmexqe, Schmirler, Fischer, M., Ottman, Bloomer: Second Row: Hartles, Vanden Heuvel, B., Sherry, Goehler, l., Davis P, Vandenlverq, R., Brown, S., Burton, Gloss, Third Row: Kreiling, L., Stark, K., Evans, D. W.. Trinrud, R., Ragus, Kraft, Kramlich, Anderson, K., Bailey, Svhneuder, Mb., Bloednrn, Top Row: lack, Gresenz, M., Lande, Schroeder, Da., Koepke, Bedard, Relgel, lochman, loe, Hostettler, l., Flanagan, Abel, M., Scthommer. 82 . . . Activities Actors gain experience through plays CURTAIN CALL ACTING An educational background ot drama was the objective of the members ot Curtain Call Acting. To carry out this aim members studied the theater and directed and participated in short plays at their monthly meetings. Three one-act plays and the annual Christmas play presented for the student body, highlighted their yearly activities. The officers, advised by Miss Ruth McKennan and Mrs. Virley Brown, were Neal Dohr, president, Iohn McGowan, vice president, Iudy Polisky, secretaryy and Milly Bubolz, treasurer. BOTTOM ROW: Becker, M., Morrissey, Davis, P., Sauberlich. SECOND ROW: Anderson, K., Carlsen, Spooner, Zeh, Zimmerman, L., Zordel. THIRD ROW: Christensen, C., Gresenz, I., Beqlinger, Theiss, Helein, M., Douglas. TOP ROW. Zwerg, Ferron, Ie., Sauter, Balliet, McKee, M1-lnlyre. , -5 1 I I IX . W. Q, X 4 .X 4 Botiom Row: Polisky, Dohr, C., Bubolz, M., McGowan: Second Row: Miss McKennan, Kippenhan, I., Koller, Fanselow, C., Gardner, C., Weber, R., Mrs. Browng Third Row: Laue, Pearman, Liethen, M., Ewald, Mcliechnie, Selig, Klein, M.: Top Row: Ragus, Paul, I., Newbury, Riley, D., Fowler, Blum, Boett- cher, B. Bottom Row: Iochman, M., Voll, Goehler, N., Dohr, I., Paul, D. Boronow, Bloomer, O'Keete, M.: Second Row: Defferding, Ia., Zimmerman, I., Tank, I., Mc- Graw, Simenson, Bartman, M., Hast, Davis, B.: Third Row: Stohlman, L., Utschiq, Wichmann, I., Hamilton, R., Dominowski, Quella, M., Goehler, I. Briesep Top Row: Lecy, Miller, Da., Schmiege, Mullen, Wink, Piepenburq, P., Otte, Kramlich. Activities . . . 83 Production crews aid BOTTOM ROW Malmstrom, l,., Knapsteln, Marslle, Feavel, R., Franzlce, Park, Pirner, Curtis, A. MIDDLE ROW Thalke, G-enal, deVos, Roberts, Siegel, Mathews, B., Cary, Mitchell, P., Berqhuis, C. TOP ROW Simon, I , Piepenlmurq, S., Schwarz, Kunitz, C. M., lesse, Ra., Buetow, Kraus, Voecks, M., Bailey. - CURTAIN CALL Producing the Christmas Play, the Sophomore Talent Show, the Senior Class Play and various other stage performances kept the back-stage crews of Curtain Call Production busy this year. ln order to join this organization, it is necessary to attend instruction classes which acquaint the prospective member with behind-the-scenes work. On the basis of tests given at the close of this period, members are accepted. This club was advised by Mr. Tack Burroughs, Mrs. Gene Nienow, and Mr. Gwen Reppert. lt was under the direction ot Tom Becker, presidentg Louise Putnam, vice-president, Sally Shannon and lit JTTOM ROW llrrf-ta, Grezzenz, M., Trinrucl, R., Putnam, Wilkinson, S., Deltqen, R. TOP ROW lit-nl, Davlielet, Root, Sheehy, l.ar:son, Call. BOTTOM ROW Gilbert, Starks, B., Baldwin, K,, Schommer, Cameron, Pinqel, Wendlandt, Ottman. SFCCUND ROW Baron, lirennwzlce, Kinq, H, Krause, LO., O'Keete, P. THIRD ROW Rm-ck, l.., lialya, Bauer, R , Lewis, A., Finnegan, Weiss, N., Christoterson, Menninfl, Ruclolt, Woclios. TOP ROW Temple, L., Norseen, Baumqartner, Selig, Matteson, Benton, I., Schmalz, Miller, Carol, S. 84 . . . Activities in A. H. S. auditorium events fa 4 4 -Ni BOTTOM ROW: Ewiq, S., Ioyue, C., Schindler, Rath, Pruetl, Merkel, Birchler, Knudson, Deschler. MlDDl.l'l ROW. Oqaard, Kirkpatrick, Brown, M,, Voigt, la., Winter, Weinberger, Gericke, Vander Heiden, Schroder, Bauer, M. TOP ROW. liutmlx, N., Tr-mixer, Ruqland, Harlles, Schroeder, M., Roblee, Schreiter, Tews, P., Milchler, Ewig, K. PRODUCTION Lynne l-larrman, secretaries, Daryl Hoh, treasurer, and Steve Root, sergeant-at-arms, and has tive major divisions. These divisions were: make-up, headed by Polly Goshag design, under the direc- tion oi Sharon Baumgartnerg properties, handled by Vonda Myseg and construction, headed by Tom Becker. A--'A The lighting crew, directed by Bill Dachelet, - plays an especially important part in school as well as in outside productions. An outstanding example oi its ability was the Armistice Day Pro- gram. 1 x SEATED: Putnam, Shannon, Harrmann. STANDING: Call, Becker, T., Root, Mr. Bnrrrniqlirs. as Q2 1 , S Q , .1 Tw 1 it ,. I -'nl' J--Ll. - -.. H BOTTOM ROW. Belling, Hartmann, M., Brooks, l. A., Schmidt, Carol, Manier, Gitter, Borchardt. MIDDLE ROW. lohnson, M.. Gosha, P., Luepke, Seering, Kowalke, Vander Linden, McBain, Iorqenson, Schinke, G. TOP ROW Nasa, li-nnerlalin, T., Becker, T., Kreilinq, F., Iuhnke, I., Rehbein, Treiber, I. Activities . . . 85 Students assist librarians and you FRONT ROWz Davis, la Myse C, , Benton. l.. Zimmerman, loanne. Putnam. BACK ROW: lohnson, ., 'oenen, Piepenburq, P., Ferron, lu., Dittmar, Helwelor. Chriltmal spirit in the library LIBRARY STAFF The Library Staff, an honorary organization made up of seniors, was advised by Miss Ethelwyn Baer- waldt and Miss Ruth Parkinson. Students for each year are nominated from the junior class by the present staff. A committee of the faculty does the initial screening on the basis of scholarship, charac- ter, extra-curricular activities, and the student's general attitude and behavior in the library. The final selection is made by the staff. This was the first year that the library staff had an election of officers. Their president was Milly Bubolzg vice-president, lim Coeneng and secretary, loanne Zimmerman. The art department created and constructed the colorful displays and bulletin boards. Other members of the staff were responsible for the library office work, care of the magazine room, upkeep of vertical file material, and charging in books as well as all materials returned. . . . Activities FRONT ROW: Harrmann, Hintzh N.. Retk, lease, Ra. BACK ROW. Kese, V., Wilkinson. l.. udio-Visual Aids Club renders service BOTTOM ROW: Olsen, W., Lewis, I., Brinker, Root, Yonan, l., Seeger. TOP ROW: Kobs, D., Fentz, Kronberq, Peterson, D., Gebheim, M., Vollmer, Roeck, C. AUDIO-VISUAL AIDS CLUB The Audio-Visual Aids Club handles all audio- visual aid equipment at Appleton High. This includes films, film strips, tape recorders, opaque 'projectors and phonographs. Any boy may join. New members of the club are required to attend a training session, where they learn how to operate basic equipment and make minor repairs. Activities of the club included a Christmas party and the sponsorship of a full length film together with Art Workshop. The proceeds of the film went to both of the clubs to help meet their expenses. Mr. H. P. Briese is the adviser for the club. The elected officers for the year were Sid Miller, president, Garrett Mc- Clanahan, vice-president: Dave Souders, secretary: lim Potter, treasurer: and Dennis Hanneman, ser- geant-at-arms. F l SEATED: McClanahan, Miller, S. STANDING: Hanneman, Mr. Briese, Souders, Poi! BOTTOM ROW: Kippenhan, L., Bart- l man, Rc., Weber, M., Stark, Ia., Zsrbel. . T 5 TOP ROW: Remmenqa, Isaacson, Simp- f ' son, D., Schneider, K., Kneip, Dittmer. Activities . L l , I B Ushers donate time for your conveniens T 'A USHERS CLUB ' Ushers Club provides an opportunity for several exciting experiences, Members usher at all school functions and at programs spon- sored by community organizations. The Senior Class Play, Commencement, and this year's special feature, the Rafael Mendez Concert, were among the programs handled loy the group this year. Presiding over the meetings were Milly Bubolz, president, ludy Wilkiiisori, vice- presidentg Sue Briese, secretary, and loan Benton, treasurer. Advising the club was Mr. Kenneth Edge. tiO'l'TOM ROW Mathews, M., Benton, I., Buboll, A. MIIIDLH ROW Polmky, Wilkinson, J., Bnese, Bnetow. I Q f , ,.. -Q BOTTOM ROW Gutter, Dellerdmq, Iu,, Anderson, K., Spooner, Ottman, England. MIDDLE ROW Callahan, Wochos, Morrissey, Weinberger, Reed, M., MCB-am, Fanselow, C. TOP ROW Cfhmiel, Ferron, Ie., Wichmann, I., Mr. Edge, Manier, loyce, V., McKee. Y li QL..-M i' If 5 ' I , T7 'xv - BOTTOM ROW Dnestler, I., Wilkinson, S., Goehler, N., Zordel, Iohnson, M., Snnenson, Mi-Limw. MIDDLE POW Baron, flnnnernian, L., Gdninielin, McEalhr0n, LaV1olette, Ernnier, Becker, M. TOP if ui i ni e 88 . . . Activities ROW Ri wk, l., Cfl :ater s mi, Tlmple, L., Christensen, T., Nelson, L, Ogaard, Ferrun, ln,, Warne-r, M. Radio group iurthers broadcasting RADIO FORUM WORKSHOP To keep the community informed oi school activities is the objective of Radio Forum Worksliop. The club's main function was the presentation oi several radio programs. A service was rendered the school with "Tally" substitute programs and dance pub- licity skits. Veterans' Day was commemorated with a fitting, patriotic program. Presiding over this year's meetings were lohn Mullen and Dave Otte, co-presidents, Marge Warner, secretary: loanne Zimmer- man, treasurer. Mr. Kenneth Edge and Mrs. 5 lack Burroughs were advisers. SEATED: Otte, Warner, M., Mullen. STANDING: Mr. Edge, Mrs. Burroughs. bf Vg IL......-! ft- ., l I Q' i . , s-1 . wa, . SEATED: Mignon, I., Wendlandt, Utschig, Boronow, Mathews, M., Wilkinson, S. STANDING: Nowak, l., lochman, M., Voll, Quella, Mary, Davis, B., Briese, Schmirler, Abendroth, S., Theiss. it W ' 2 'Was W A TV' 1 A . ' .t . - i tn: , i' t , i t aa?-elif" Y..'1' K SEATHD: McKee, Fauk, Zeit, Bloomer, Schmieqe, Dohr, C., Krueger, Ba. S'l'ANDlNG' Evans, David, A., Patterson, Mcliathron, Christiansen, S., Morrissey, Mathews, B., Le Vee, Selig, Bartmann, D., Riley, D., Zwerg. Activities . . . 89 Students find an outlet LEFT TO RIGHT: Kunitz, Charlene, Benton, I., Weber, R., Matteson, Gresenz, I. N., Goss, M., Krueger, Bn. jp Ouudf , QYFXGLA f?a..vi OR CI-IESIS "Practice makes perfect" could well have been the motto of Orchesis this year, for long hours were spent practicing during noon hours as well as during regular meetings. Membership into this organization was gained by performing an original dance which included steps learned during the instruction period. The culmination of the year's activities was a spring program which consisted of original ine terpretations of creative dance. The meetings were supervised by Miss Theodosia Brezezinski and were under the direction ot lanet Gresenz, president, Charlene Kunitz, vice-presi- dent, Rita Weber, secretary, Ioan Benton, treas- urer, and Nancy Matteson, recorder. LEFT TO RIGHT: Goss, C., Knudsen, Kirk- Batrick, Bowers, M., Laue, Chmiel, Abel, Sa., avis, B., Pearman, Gardner, C., Baldwin, K., Bloomer. 90 . . . Activities FRONT ROW: Koller, Wichmann, l., Goehler, 'J ' ' -. llnrk raw U0-nfl, Qfsilfi 01, for creative ability t ii FRONT ROW' Christensen, T., Schmiege, Earling, Krueger, Ba., Voecks, M., Lielhen, M., Nelson, L., Wendlandt BACK ROW' Mathews, M., Aures, Hoerninq, Fallon, Blum, Schmidt, B., Utschiq, Simenson. ART WORKSHOP Budding artists of A. H. S. had several chances to further their interest in art through the varied 'K Q7 my 3 . ' program offered by Art Workshop. The year's activities were directed by co-presidents Marilyn Chapin and Sharlene Christensen, and adviser, Mr. Kenneth Kuemmerlein. Any student who has had a year of art or who took art during the school year was eligible tor membership. An outstanding program was presented by Miss loan Schieten, painter ot the mural in the hall on third floor. The Christmas party and other speakers pro- vided added entertainment during the year. ll gil! 's .heb 9 FRONT ROW: Park, Leimer, lu., Hendricks, Zimmer, Carr, Menninq, Nagreen, lorqenson, BACK ROW: Uecker, H., Chrxstolerson, Franzke, Carlsen, Schlude, Ardell, Holler, Seering, Wmle LEFI' TO RIGHT: Chapin, Christiansen, S., Mr. Kuemmerlein. 5. li-Iv H nw- ' " mu mn-ww! nm fi' 1 num I' mimi "5 'llln-ul lf' mrfaitzilifl Activities . . . New adventures through photography l.l-IFT TO RlGl"lT' Mr. Zimmernmn, Starks, B., Holler, Wink, Brennecke. 'S Na 0 5-1 I li iii! CAMERA CLUB Taking and selling pictures ot the toot- ball and basketball teams were among the money-making projects of Camera Club this year. Though most ot the members had their own cameras, the club itself has recently purchased three new ones. Under the direction ot Mr. Vernon Zimmerman, members were able to im- prove their methods of taking and develop- ing pictures. Included in the year's activi- ties were a photo contest, lecturers on photography, and field trips. The officers for the year were Elaine Holler, president, lim Wink, vice presi- dent: Barbara Brennecke, secretaryy and Beverly Starks, treasurer. 4 'll !'!' i 1 , ' I l BOTTOM ROW: Rindt, Nold, Mader, S., Vogt, Godschalx, Blazek, H., Nersveen, Schulz, S., Brenslke. TOP ROW: Gurnee, R., lohnslon, Reiqcl, Lelmer, la, Hemritz, Kuhr, R., Casper, W., lohnson, W. HOTTCM ROW Beckley, Knapstem, Stark, R., Bodway, R11 ke-r, Stark, le., lansen, Leimer, lu., Knoke, L'. TOP ROW' Yonari, I., Sense, Brinker, Peterson, D., Katke Sr-hvilt7, G., Roeck, C. 92 . . . Activities The mysteries of nature are explained .-:st , s -i. FRONT ROW' Danley, Baumqarlner, Stark, le., Slnedlund, l., Beckley, Stohlman, A, BACK ROW RE-mke, M., Sprmqstroh, Walter, Darling, Schroeder, M., Landis, Kuhr, R., Iulinnaon, W., Zerlxel. FRONT ROW Helvey, Malueq, K., Blavek, H, Mviflarialiali, Slrelimel, lolin, Nold. BACK ROW Bauer, R., Ewald, Selig, Slim-nanrloali, lririle-lioiise-, l'Iv.m::, David A , Rivker, Frefirivks, Larson, Nersvemi, Scholl, Mvrkle. NATURE CLUB Movies, speakers, tape recordings, panel discussions and field trips constituted a major part of the Club's activities for the past year under the direction of Mr. Charles Scribner. Nature Club is re- sponsible for the upkeep of the fourth floor museum and for the decoration of the school during the Yule season with beautiful handmade wreaths. As well as being enjoyable tasks, these are projects from which the school as well as the club benefits. The officers were George Rehbein, president: Iudy Schwarz, vice-presidentg Gloria Roberts, secretary, Louise Putnam, treasurer. SEATED: Shannon, Putnam, Roberts, Schwarz. STANDING Dachelet, Mr Scribner, Relilmein, Activities . . . 93 Girls plan careers in homemaking Margie Brown, Judy Kuba, Elaine Holler, and Nancy Boettcher work on a sewing project. HOME ARTS A new club joined the ranks of A. H. S. organi- zations this year. Under the direction ot Miss Spence and Miss O'Leary, the Home Arts Club was formed by thirty girls who wished to further their interests in homemaking. During the meetings which were held the first and third Mondays ot each month, the members discussed situations in home economics which ordinarily would not come up in the classroom. A highlight ot the year's activities was the Christ- mas party which was held in the Early American Room. The officers tor the year were Elaine Holler, president, Noreen Wankey, vice-president, Margie Brown, secretary, Gail Magdanz, treasurer, ludy Kuba, historian, and loan Pirner, parliamentarian. in L pf 'is ' ,L SEATED. Marsh, M., Miles, Peulier, Schneider, Marybell, Miller, Y STANDING Newbury, Vanden Booqari, Miss O'Leary, Krause, N., Ienlu'-I, Do Braal. SEATED: Kuba, l., Maqdanz, Holler, Brown, M., Pirnmer. STANDING Stark, K., Siark, I., Miss Spence, Boeltcher, N., Ward, Mossholde-r, Voigt, la. 94 . . . Activities and the business world COMMERCIAL CLUB ' ' Success in the business world 1S the goal of Commercial Club. The membership consisted of seniors who majored in business education. Much valuable information was received from guest speakers who appeared at several of the bi-monthly meetings. Other activities included typing entries for "Patterns of Star Dust" and distributing baskets to the needy at Thanksgiving and Christmas. The club was under the direction of president, Ioylene Reckg vice-president, Ianet Gresenzg secretary, Bonita Kuhr, treasurer, Muriel Drierg Tally reporter, Dorothy Bartmann, historian, Lynne Harrmann. Faculty members of the Commercial depart- ment were advisers' STR-IE-lIg?Ng56?chlHr?I?i?iSe2gl:tllgzrprnlihrliugrriegenz, I., Mrs. Sullivan. 0 . ' . , , 'J r 2 + Y li +0 ,Q il J' 'T v . - 4 - ' Cl S-I .,,,4- SEATED: Knuiyt, C., Chapin, Bergman, Blazek, H., Schuh, D., Ayers. STANDING: Miss Livermore, Holcomb, Ianet, Krueger, Au., Winters, Sh., Boldt, B., Van Dinler, Miss Robichaud. I 'zzzq ,I -vw . 'f SEATED: Sievert, E., Bergsbaken, D., Bohatschik, Hintz, N., Howard, Wilkinson. l., Seidl. STANDING: Mr. Graff, Sprinqstroh, Schultz, Be., Marcks, Paessler, P., Kohl, D., Hardy, Mr. Simon. Activities . . . 95 MIDDI.I'f ROW Wvmtn- 1 --ll.' I . Alwf-lulrwilli, Mtflnfrll, I., Mltflvlf-I3 Beq- luiq--1,Ti-utyvtw I, FOI' ROW Ptitilf-11, MVK:-'ex Hlulu 4 I 4 Y V HOTTOM ROW Mqtlif-wra, H, Hughes, D., Du::7yn::kl, Bella Wa-tw-1 R, Puqlu, Son-matm. ul-Xp - ple - ton, our nq, Nowak, I., Pruett, Spooner PEP CLUB A new organization, the Pep Club, was formed this year to provide an en- thusiastic following at all athletic events and to uphold the fine school spirit at Appleton High School. More than 150 students were members of this club, sponsored by Mr. Frank Comella and Mr. Lester Schulz. During their bi-monthly meetings the members planned their activities at the games and other events tor the year. Officers for the year were: Sue Wil- kinson, president, Elsbeth Buetow, vice- president, Betsy Davis, secretary, and Connie Gardner treasurer. 1 MIl7I?l.I'f RCJW l'lzrn1:tolv-1:11-n, lJu:::,, Du-f.tlr-x, I., Balm, Ifmne-gun, Zorrlel, Morrissey, Mimw: Am:--1, Vinyl TOP ROW Gmml, Wmtvr, F., Coggeshall, Cilunu-I, Lmmer, Iu,, Oqfmrd, Stroker, Tesnwr tt.-lg Ink:-n, S., Weber, D., Bulxolx, N, I'.u'km.m OTTC IM ROW fJ'Kf-elm-, M. Win-tt.-11.Ii.alrIvvnl1 K, Iinvllvxfx. I if-tlxe-11 M, Nr-lrzun, I. .S-'ltrutvv-qv, Sun:-n"' in, 4 U vllvnu. Ihr--lil:-1 I-wluimn M Itxrtlniln, M, liz-rr1:1tu.1luJr1, Iilimk, Zell, Sv'l1r1lnluvr', C rs . II:-lv-ln, M, Me-rluf-I, Mf'l'i.11H, IMI ke-ry, 'I'rlnrnd, ' it 1- . I Dv-vox , . I n BOTTOM ROW Wautlet, Wlllmmson, Vanderloop, Drler, Seidl, P., Lamers, Anderson, K., Mauthe, Le Vee, Brown, S., Douglas, Rath. MIDDLE ROW Bauer, Il. Wovhorr, Fwlq, S, Tews, P., Gosz, D., Femal, Iorqenson, Cutchm, Gltter, Sternhaqen, Roeck, L. TOP ROW Plym-rt, P, I-Twig, K., Pm-furntan, Becker, M., Schreiter, Abel, Sa., Fm-her, Ma., Borrfhardt, Callahan, Le Mome, Bodmer, S., Cook, Ir.. Tlielss, Wilkin. IDU. I 96 . . . Activities hats oft to thee CHEERLEADERS "Victory" is the slogan used by every en- thusiastic rnember ot the A. l-l. S. Cheerlead- ing squad. The Cheerleaders are responsible tor the contagious school spirit which they have promoted throughout the school year, and their spark is a trait greatly admired by all. The squads entirely "new look" this year was due to the new unitorms which were purchased as a result ot various projects sponsored by the girls themselves. Every member of the squad was saluted tor her unending support to both the school and the teams. Il A SQUAD, LEFT TO RIGHT' Paul, l., Deflerdinq, la , Bloomer, Wvlver, R , Koller, l.iz'-thclh M., Suhmieqe. BOTTOM ROW. lrlm---luhi, Hel- ler, l M, ff.um-ron, Huwarft, Wvndhmfit, Gmrlm P, Pink, Thalkv, tialiir-I, Brown, M. Hmmnow MIDDLE ROW Wous, D. Van denbf-rq, K, LuV1oIvlh,-, luhn- son, M,, Govlilor, N., Chris- terisvn, T., Kumtx, Clmrlem-, Utsulnq, V+-Irie-r, l., Sauter, Norzrmin, Girls:-ii, Brooks, I. A, TOP ROW, Lmepke, Emmer, Placth, Ba., Us-Nutvlv, Cfhriw- lensun, Brie-sv, Mi't'1.1Itmmn, Schroder, Iunazmi, Voewkr, M , M-1114-19011, l'l1-pe-rilmlnl. l' Svllq. SEATED- Wilkinson, S., Davis, H, De-tterdinq, In. STANDINQT Knllvr, Bllfftww, Cinrfilwr, C. B SOUAD, LEFT TO RIGHT: MCBAII1, Plepcriburq, fi, liuwi-rs, Guvlilur, l. Activities . . . 97 Printers practice an art and craft Q.. f--ref. f ,T ' if 4 :Ain SEATED: Mr. Gerhardt, Hopiensperqer. 1. W. STANDING: Wendt, L. v PRINTERS CLUB Printing game tickets, calendars lor the school, name cards, basketball programs and bookmarks were among the numerous activities of the Printers Club, a newly organized group at A. H. S. this year. Larry Wendt was the club's president and lames Hopfensperger, secretary-treasurer. The group, which rnet on Tuesdays and Thursdays, gained added experience in operating the various printing machines. The club was under the supervision of Mr. Gerhardt. Douglas Parfitt and Carl Dittmar Jerry Kuborn inspects printing machinery. keep the presses rolling. l - u ' I l l i H , T? 1 Y . , I ' A I .. --1, 2" A ' e. SEATED: Parhlt, Arnold, D., Hamilton, K., Diitmar. . . Activities STANDlNGz Staedt, Bartman, B., Kuborn, Card, Foth, D. Hana Moede Mike Ulwelling Jim Coenen John Joou Terrors of the grichron TERROR SCOREBOARD Appleton Appleton Appleton Appleton .... Appleton .... Green Bay West, . . Sheboygan North, . Fond du Lac ...... Sheboygan Central Manitowoc ......,, Jerry Johnlon Jim Tollefson Jim Fuchs:- Sports Jim Schulze Mike Wenzel Jim Kirkland The football picture last fall was interrupted by the local polio epidemic. The first three games with Menasha, Oshkosh and Green Bay East had to be cancelled because of the postponement of practices for several weeks. Thus, because the rest of the teams were facing similar problems, it was decided EJ run the conference on a non-championship asis. The lack of sufficient practice seemed to be a detriment to the Terrors in their tardy opener against Green Bay West. The Wildcats took ad- vantage of the ragged play which plagued the Terrors to take a 33-O win. In their second game, Appleton invaded Sheboy- gan North. This was North's fifth game. The contest ended in a 7-7 draw. The Terrors scored on a 35- yard aerial from quarterback Dick Odegard to end lim Coenen. lim Meyer, with his dependable toe, made good the point after touchdown. It was in this game that Appleton lost the services of regular offensive end Lou Horn, who suffered a dislocated left shoulder. For homecoming, Appleton played host to Fond du Lac. The Terror gridders won without any trouble 21-O. Passes from halfback lim Schulze to end Don Schabo and from Odegard to Schulze set up two of the touchdowns. The other one came on a 95-yard pass interception run by lim Fisher. In their next game, the Terror ironmen ran all over favored Sheboygan Central 14-O. The post- game statistics showed that Appleton should have won by a higher score. Fullback lim Kirkland slammed over from the two yard line for the first payoff. Lineman Hans Moede grabbed a blocked pass attempt on Central's one and hit paydirt for Appletonfs second marker. Appleton ended its campaign on a glorious note as it dealt the Manitowoc eleven a 13-2 loss. Manty Al Smith Jim Meyer Dick Odegard Sports ...101 A alia. Kirkland stiff-arms a would-be tackler on his way to picking up some sizeable yardage. Don Schabo had previously handed Green Bay West its only . I loss. After a relentless downfield surge in the first ' an--.. quarter Kirkland finally rammed over from one foot out. The second touchdown came when Schulze eluded some charging Shipbuilders and lotted a -""' 40-yarder to Coenen, who sped the remaining distance. The Terrors gave up the two points on a voluntary safety. In post season happenings, lim Schulze and Mike Wenzel were elected to captain the '56 team and Iohn Iooss and Iim Coenen were chosen as Bob Helein the most valuable players by their teammates. 1 Iooss and Coenen were named on both all-con- ference teams and Louis Mueller and lim Fisher won places on the defensive team. Iooss climaxed his year of honors by being named center on the all-state eleven. Coenen won a place on the second honor team as an end. ,.- ' in .. .V . ,i 'Ll' 'WM ,E . - f Louis Mueller TOP ROW: Coach Dillon, Mignon, E., Iooss, I., Koepke, Otto, B., Hieipas, B., Tollefson, I., King, R., Helein, R., King, P., Moede, Verkuilen, D., Verkuilen, T., Mueller, Lo., Hamann, Rademacher, Verrier, G., Randall, R., Borum, Kirkland, Burton, Wink, Iury, Gloudemans, Coach Hamann. MIDDLE ROW: M r. Van Horn, Van Doren, Hoffman, R., Witzke, D., Peterson, R., Alton, Ulwellinq, M., Coenen, Johnson, I., Lecy, Delie, Fischer, I.. Rammer, Wenzel, Schalloo, D., Odegard, Mgr. Rehbein. V I BOTEOM ROW: Kain, I., Meek, Cotton, Egqert, R., Kickland, Stringham, Schulze, I., Salentine, Kobs, B., Smith, A., Funk, Landis, Olm, I., Meyer, Ii., Trainer. e ton. 102 . . . Sports APPLETON ...... Oshkosh. .. .... Manitowoc ...... Coach Dillon doesn't look -but here we see assistant coach Hamann very happy. as things look in a jovial spirit. seemingly dark for the Terrors. After having half of their season postponed by polio, the Iunior Terrors were unable to hit the winning column, but in two of their three games, victory tell just out of reach. Under the capable hands of Coach Gus Ediger, the IV's encountered Kimberly in their opening game losing 13 to 7. Then against Neenah, the Bee's had an oft day and were downed 44 to 6. SCOTG. Green Bay West ....... Fond du Lac ...... . . . FRVC STANDINGS fNon-Championshipb W L T 4 3 3 3 3 3 Green Bay East ........ Sheboygan Central ..... Sheboygan North ,...... Bouncing back after this whipping, they played a good game against a strong Menasha eleven but again fell to defeat on the short end of a 20 to 14 Although their record did not show too much this was a spirited team that would be sure to pro duce future letterrnen for the Terror Varsity TOP ROW: Coach Zimmermann, Klein, I., Kloss, Kunitz, Kuhr, Fentz, Schmidt, I., Schultz, I., Munger, Peterson, D., Kohl, Procknow, Eastman, Be d C ch Ediger. MIDDLE ROW: giqr. Lande, Mahoney, Kristen, M., Schroeder, Da., Christensen, Brummund, Casper, W., Simpson, R., Bishop, Arent, Christie I h R R , Wol t. BO'l'T?5lX1eROW: Mgr. DeShaney, Ri., Paessler, R., Le Clair, D., Van Gompel, Felaur, Schmitz, Stevenson, Hostetler, D., Bartman, R., I-leimme Trainer Deltgen. Sports O 1.. .-. ..rH,..L. l-.V-...L....'.. , 4.1,-J... lerry Olm lack Rademacher lim Schulze' These are our Terrors, brilliant To all loyal Appleton High School fans, the year 1956 will be remembered always as a story-ea story of a team and a coach that went from "rags to riches." This is the story of the Appleton Terrors and Coach Dick Emanuel. In the beginning there was great uncertainty, no returning regulars and only two reserve letter- men, but in the end there was glory, second in the state. The Terrors, as expected, got off to a poor start, and it wasn't until the middle of the season that they began to win regularly, but a great team was in the making. Among the ingredients were two immensely im- proved players, l-lans Moede and lohn looss. Lou Horn and lim Schulze developed into a pair of fiery guards. There was lim Ray, a great forward, lohn Iooss' Dave Ehlke and a couple of soph sensations who, in the persons of Tom Verkuilen and lack Ulwelling, were to pull their elders out of many precarious situations. Another factor which proved very valuable was a strong bench, led by lim Godfrey, Mike Ulwelling and Dick Rehfeldt that was always capable of giving the regulars some much needed rest. Although the Orange and Blue were just another team in the conference, they had much to say about the final standings. At one point in the season, the Terrors eked out four straight victories to pull them- selves high in the standings. One of their best games was an upset victory over Sheboygan North. l-lad it not been for a heartbreaking loss to champion Oshkosh, the Terrors might have finished higher than fourth place, which at that was better than predicted. Dick Rehfeldt' Hans Moede' i.,,.,,., .i-v-Q-W ' -'- Tom Verkuilen' lim Ray' lim Godfrey' L Harry Eskew' in victory, gallant in defeat Then suddenly it happened, and as Coach Dick explained it, "They've just begun to jell," and jell they did. After beating Kaukauna, the Terrors set out to conquer Kimberly, the state's top ranked team, in their own sub-regional. After 32 minutes of flawless ball, the Emanuelmen found themselves on the long end of a 63-57 score in one of the season's biggest upsets. ln the next game with lack Ulwelling hitting for 23 points, Appleton rolled over Menasha to enter the Neenah sectional. Opening the sectional, the Terrors walloped little Denmark, but the end seemed near. Their next opponent was powerful Green Bay West, fourth-ranked in the state. This was a team that had twice literally smeared the Terrors in conference play. The incredible Terrors, how- ever, were not to be stopped, led by lim Ray's 3l points, they blasted West right off the tournament trail. After the 5th year of resuming tournament play and tor the first time in thirty years, the cry rang out, "Madison, here we come!" F RVC Standings W Green Bay West 12 Oshkosh l 2 Sheboygan North 9 Appleton 8 Green Bay East 5 Sheboygan Central 5 Manitowoc 4 Fond du Lac l 'Lettermen Mike Ulwelling' Lou Horn' lack Ulwellmg Down tournament trail Season Scoreboard TERROR5 TERRORS Kimberly 58 53 Manitowoc 51 72 Menasha 67 60 Fond clu Lac 64 66 Neenah 72 74 North 60 66 North 70 63 East 52 57 East 44 51 Oshkosh 69 67 Qshkosh 69 55 Central 63 52 Stevens Point 52 69 West 71 45 Central 60 68 Manitowoc 60 70 West 68 53 Fond du Lac 75 78 . X 1 1 1,2 X i I 4 With an upset victory over Kimberly near, the Terror bench is jumping. Jim Schulze fights for freedom. , ,,..x, I N, gt Moede hooks as Denmark falls. Hot diggedy! Madison. here W8 COIYIB! 106 . . . Sports On to uState" The Madison story began with the Terrors in the familiar role of underdog against the top- seeded team, LaCrosse Central. Once again, the importance of a well-balanced team over a team starring individual performers was proven, as Central fell to the rampaging Terrors. In the semi-finals the Orange and Blue squeezed past Kohler. lt was not one of their ,fi better games. Desperately trying against a superb Shawano U team, the cagers just missed going all the way, and the sun had finally set on the terrific Terrors. They had not taken the championship but had taken second place. This was a fitting honor for a great team. lim Ray, lim Schulze, Hans Moede, lohn looss, Lou Horn and lack Ulwelling were named to various all-tournament teams. At their annual dinner the Terrors elected Lou Horn and Hans Moede honorary co-cap- tains, and lim Ray, most valuable player. A send-off from the cheerleaders. After Jim Ray's shooting- -And Jack Ulwe11ing's ballhawking- Mr. Helble congratulates Terrors. W 'NN t M, .JV N 4 QM' ' W f v T E T A 1 - Jai' .t 1 Individual Scoring FG FT PF TP Blk Ray 137 131 79 405 A mm M0039 107 68 73 282 0 looss 89 47 57 225 Hom 71 59 70 201 1. Ulivellinq 70 55 39 195 Schulze 47 78 61 172 Verkuilen 59 32 70 150 M.U1we11inq 12 3 24 27 if KZ1, QA Godfrey 7 9 19 23 1 lQo11tG-lclt 2 1 2 5 'A .' V ' N j h 141111149 0 5 3 5 - ' 9 01111 1 2 0 4 ' -P51 lflskow 1 0 3 2 1 :Q5 Rudolph 0 0 2 0 , RdLlE'kIllEiCllE'I' 0 0 0 0 Tourney Scoreboard Appleton. . .62 Kaukauna ..,. . . . .54 Appleton. . .63 Kimborly ..... . . . .57 Applolon. . .72 Monasha ........... 59 AI'JDlftlC3ll. . .80 DPl1UldI'lC ....,...... 59 Appleton. . .78 Green Bay Wevst .... 65 Appleton. . .87 La Crosse Central. . .80 Apploton. . .65 Kohler' ............ .60 Appleton. . .68 Shawano ........,. .74 Sad, 108 . . . Xril but proud of his terrific Terror-s. Sports 5 ji N . X V We'11 be back f'lw'l.t '1 Fl 1 . 1 4 1' 7 vt Q? U E L' 1 ' K- A' 'M 'I 1 ll S Q 1 1' ,.X.5.? V 'g A' . 5 Y' I-yt , 1 . 3 . iff it ' . 04 ' N' .. i ' x Go Terrors Go! Go Terrors Go! Sink it, Tom. We've gotta win! .. Welcome home. Terrorsg and hats off for a job well done King breaks around for a two-pointer. Up goes Hamann on a jump shot as Bedard Cotton drives in for moves into position for a possible rebound. a layup shot. l V Scoreboard I lst 2nd lst 2nd 7- Appleton 32 Kimberly 3l Appleton 51 Menasha 36 Appleton Neenelq The lunior Varsity basketball squad minus lack Ulwelling Appleton Stevens Point 44 and Tom Verkuilen, who were promoted to Varsity after the Appleton Not-th first game, finished their 18-game schedule with a respectable Appleton East ll-7 count. In league play, the Graffmen posted an 8-6 Appleton Qghkggh record which was good for fourth place. The lunior Terrors Appleton Central were right in the race for the title, but they lost their last Appleton West four out of five games, which knocked them out of the con- Appleton Menttowoo tention. The layvees, studded with an all-sophomore line-up, Appleton Fond du Lac suffered several of their losses to clubs which utilized juniors. 22 24 BACK ROW' Kuhl, Cotton, Kunitl, Bedard, Kinq, Mignon, Zoelk, Hamann, Koepke, Schuetter, Kickland, Zimmerman, Paessler. FRONT ROW, Mqr. Schall T, Coach G ff Sports . . . 109 Leagues promote TTOM ROW l1:fmt-zem, Smurfflc-, T., l,ar::on, fltonk, D1-Itqon, W P ROW Hmnrulx, St.-4-'yur Kmiuzrv, l.-1, Ifvlmriutm, W., P-ufitt, BOYS BOWLING "lt's a one way alley to clean fun and new friends" might be a good advertise- ment for the A. H. S. keglers who bowl every Friday after school at l-lahn's Alleys. The officers this year were Dennis Daniels, president, Alan Laux, vice president, Dave Laux, secretary, and Bill Eastman, trease urer. Aided by Coach Lawrence Witzke, faculty advisers, the members endeavored to improve their game and to promote good posture and physical control. The Bowling Club belongs to the Ameri- can lunior Bowling Congress, and any boy interested in this wholesome sport is encouraged to join this group. f ' X . .., an u 3-., M BOTTOM ROW Q hxnke F lemons qlmpon W Stluelber Ki len M BOTTOM ROW. Weller, Ovllerugh, Si-lmllr, R, Ho:.tf-ttlvr, I lin.-tttflwr, R TOP POW l,wrf-t Curtis, D., B-mr-nn, St, lfr-iw-r enthusiastic competition TOP ROW: Kobs, B., Nan, G., Riley, D. MIDDLE ROW: Wooden, R., Meyer, It., Kirkland, I., Kaln, I. BOTTOM ROW: Parker, S., Coenen, I., Iohnson, I., Helein, R. SATURDAY MORNING BASKETBALL This organization is composed of energetic boys who are willing to rise early on Saturday mornings to play intramural basketball. The club members played in two leagues, the American and the National, composed of seven teams each. Coach Witzke, with his managers, Ronald Cwurnee and Bill Borum and the club's pub- licist, Dennis Horn, worked to coordinate the program, to promote good sportsmanship and mental and physical health. In the National league, United Commercial Travelers was the top team, followed by Ponds Sport Shop. In the American league, Market Men's Mutuals took first place and Schieder- mayer's took second. Bruce Kobs, playing for the Sherry Motor guintet, broke the league scoring record with 244 points. Second was Bob I-Ielein with l92 points, followed by Dennis Horn with 153. TOP ROW: Felauer, I., Rnqus, T., Landis, B., Armstrong, R., Kloes, R. MIDDLE ROW: Konz. I., Thompson, A., Loclcery, I.. Mclntyre, D., Parker, BOTTOM ROW: Gurnee, R., Ray, W., Ptette, R., Busch, E., Hill, C., Hostettler, I., Treiber, I. fi TOP ROW: Coach Witzlce, Witzke, D., Reiqel, Rammer, Holzer, Reluen, S., K b , D. BOTTOLII ROW: Knolce, Fondo, W., Curtis, D., Daqnenu, Atztrtmzsen, l., Krteck, Chapman. TOPLROW: Keating, P., Tierney, R., Borum, B., Buxton, T., Simpson, R., Russell, ., Z . I. BOTTOMWREW: Norris, D., Smudde, T., Van Gompel, W., Schroeder, R., Casper, W., Eqqert, R., Schultv, W., Senqstock, E. TOP ROW: Yeakey, I., Reeve, I., Weqner, I., Iohnson, W., Hostettler, D., Bau- an, R. BOTTOM ROW, Bahr, W., Mahoney, D., Stevenson, R., Simpson, W., Trinrud, R., Popp, I. ,uns Q I TOP ROW: Schabo, Meek, Strader, Salenhne, Wenzel, Fischer, I. BOTTOM ROW: Mullen, Tierney, T., Verkuxlen, D., Horn, D., Hillman. Sports . . . 111 Boys sweep for fun BOTTOM ROW: Landis, Brummund, Marx, Klein, I., Witzke, D., Gloudemans, Meyer. T., lack, Lockery. TOP ROW: Miller, Da., DeBruin, Benton, T., Christensen, L,, Alton, Sheehy, Konz, Heuer, Raqus, Akmentins, Coach Witvke. LEFT TO RIGHT: Larson, Rehbein, Asmussen, Hebeler, McGowa . . Sports CURLING CLUB Curling, originally a Scottish game, is fast becoming one of the most popular sports ot the intramural program. ln- terested male students met every Tues- day after school at the Pierce Park Curling Shack. The curlers were divided into six teams with a captain or skip at the head of each rink. Serving as skips for the 1955-1956 season were lohn McGowan, George Rehbein, Dave Otte, lim Larson, les Asmussen, Tom Meyer, and Peter Akmentins. The bonspiel, held at the end of league play, provided a fitting climax to the group's eventful season. Curling Club was under the able direction of Coach Lawrence Witzke, Tumblers develop gymnastic skills FRONT ROW' Bowerr, M., Koller, Bloomer, Paul, l., Goeliler, l., Piepenburq. S. MlDDl,E ROW: Zerbel, Schwebs, Iury, Hoffman, R., Gebhf-im, M., Bronstad, Byl.+-lrl ' ui a Bri ilin evenson, Heuer, Mitrliell, K., Zwevq, Norris. TOP ROW ll i qlam., 1 n i i 1 d, St TUMBLING CLUB Parallel bars, flying rings, mats and the trampoline are the "tools ot the trade" in the Tumbling Club. Every Monday alter school, Coach David Black and his agile tumblers met in the gym for a workout on this gymnastic equipment. The trampoline, the most novel ot the tumblers' equipment, enables a tumbler to do innumerable tricks similar to those of a diver on a diving board. Other stunts not employing special equipment are head stands, cartwheels, rolls, kips and flips. The Tumbling Club provided thrilling entertainment tor interested spectators who watched their exhibitions at the club's regular meetings and between halves of several basketball games. The club, composed of girls and boys from all three classes, strived to pro- mote health, body co-ordination and teamwork. BOTTOM ROW: Ziinmernian, L., McBain, Goss, C., Naqrw-n, H.1n::i-n, C. TOP ROW: Dellerdmq, lu., Haniiltun, K., Borsrlic, McGowan, Wvlser, R. Sports . . . 113 Intramural program my "' 4K -if K . :X ...Q SEATED Dellerdinq, Iii., Brown, S., Gammelin, Worden, Mignon, I., Holcomb, I, F., Krueqer, Au., Weber, D. STANDING Van Lyssel, Ian., Krause, D., Chmiel, Boettuher, N., Pelleqrini, Hansen, C., Stroker, Schreiter, Cook, I., Kalz, Gloss, Ionen, P., Piette, I., Mislinski, Nold. l SEATED Diestler, I., Kutchera, I., Dominowski, Finnegan, Goodwin, Thurk, S., Wankey, N., Wilz. STANDING Navarrete, Sehinke, G., Ricker, Ferron, Ie., Siegel, Selig, Heller, Ioanne M., Fairchild, Voiqt, Ia., Brown, M., Ewald. G. A. A. Sincere enthusiasm Contributed to the success ot the G.A.A.'s ambitious scholarship project. Besides participat- inq in seasonal sports during noon hours and on Friday afternoons, the members were in charge of the con- cession stand at all home basketball Games. The sports head for this year were: Vera Krueger, basketball, Iudy Cook, volleyball, Beverly Kappell and Ruth Bjerkvold, softball, and Molly G'KeeIe and lean Voll, tennis. Miss Pauline Gaertner and Miss Theodosia Brezezin- ski were the Club advisers. 114 . . Sports I 1 1 r Q fi 1, 1 1 f 'U -S . if il ' l ,, -1 i,- 7 :'32+iifi . 1 ' , 1'- SEATED: Brooks, I. A., Voll, Simenson, LaVioIette, Piepenburq, P., Nelson, L., Buetow. STANDING: Luepke, Belling, Krause, Lo., Bartmann, M., Suhmirler, Boronow, Paul, I., Polloek, Bloomer, Ottrnan, Verrier, I. encourages sportsmanship BOTTOM ROW: Ionen P. F h'ld V Tl. , , airc 1 , DeDecker, Barlmann, P., Slach, Holcomb, I. K., Waller, L., Ralph. MIDDLE ROWt Brooks, I. A., Drier, Seidl, P., Heller, l., Birkholz, Iennerjahn, D., Klein, M., Holcomb, I. F., Bieritx, Knuppel, Schultz, Y. TOP ROW: Miller, C. l., Ewald, Schimmelptenniq, Ward, Feldhahn, Salm, I., Hoermnq. SEATED S' t C C Q-L : lever, ., ampbell, Van Rooy, I., Bloedorn, Kranzusch, K., Dunsirn, M STAN ' ' DING. Helms, Mannebach, Johnson, B., Herrman, Biese, Cross, B., Mislinski, Miller, M., Mueller, I., Niell, Pieile i 1 i no 1 1 Q 19 Qs ea SEALED: Wankey, N., Van Lyssel, lan., Dominowski, Delferdinq, Iu., Stroker, Anderson, N. eot. STANDING: Voigt, Ia., Rohm, N.. King, B., Schinke, G., Naverrete, Krause, N., Vanden Boom, Vanden Boogart, Emmer, Plach, Ba., Schindler. , l., Gloss. GIRLS BOWLING The pins flew at the Arcade Alleys every Monday, Tuesday and Wednes- day, as the Girls Bowling Club met for a try at that perfect socre of 300. g Bowling fundamentals were learned by the neophytes, and improved style was the goal of the experienced mem- bers. A special challenge was offered in the annual mixed doubles tournament during Christmas vacation. This year's bowling captains were lean Bieritz and lanice I-last, with Miss Gaertner and Miss Brezezinski as the club advisers. Sports . . . 115 Archers practice their aim BOTTOM ROW: Quella, D., Schuh, P., Brown, I., Merkle, Kopelke, Zerbel, Hamilton, K., Howey. TOP ROW: Kuhr, B., Stark, K., Schuh, D., Milheiser, Barrett, Borsche, Kranzusch, F., Deltgen, B., Meyer, L., lochman, la. Coach Black gives instructions to Pat Schuh and Ken Hamilton. ARCHERY CLUB During the fall, enthusiasts of the bow and arrow find an outlet for their interest by joining the Archery Club. The member- ship is divided into two groups, one de- voted to beginners and the other con- centrating on advanced instruction. Proper care of equipment, correct stance andthe most effective shooting techniques are developed in the club's program. The purpose of this organization is healthy, outdoor recreation and the de- velopment ot good marksmanship. The club, under the direction ot Coach David Blank, is furnished all archery equipment by the school. BOTTOM ROW: Hintz, B., Schinke, D., Fryfogle, McCarthy, Howe, C., Franke, B., Miller, N. TOP ROW: Hamm, Rohm, N., Kuhr, R., Schaffer, T., Radtke, A., Huhn, Kolosso, M. Sports I' im ug" . A i ' lv, ,. Chuck Riley and Zuelzke polish up their doubles games. Daril RHGY i3 shown in HC' " ' '- tion executing a fore-arm shot. 'na u et- i e serve Erniiniclli kdrives a T t ,,c,,,,, ,he ne., 91' IO1' S O11 9 COUI' To the tennis player, spring is a welcome sight and the boys on this year's Terror tennis squad were no exceptions. For as soon as they could get out on the courts, the boys began to polish their games in anticipation ot gaining as high a berth on the squad as they could. The veterans on the team looked forward to a successful year. Coach Ade Dillion had a nucleus of four returning letter- men to shape his team with. They were seniors Hyman Brudnick and Don Zuelzke, junior Daril Riley, and sophomore Chuck Riley. He also had some good prospects and a fine sophomore crop. A 5 . f STANDING: Coach Dillon, Wichman, D., McIntyre, D., Bahr, W., Hoffman, K., Iennerjahn, T., Souders, Bauman, R., Landok, Zimmerman, I., Iungers, Dietz Armstrong, Iacobs, T., Merkle, B., Zerbel, Mgr. Van Dynhoven. KNEELING: Riley, C,, Zuelzke, Brinkman, I., Brudnick, Riley, D., Kobs, B., Meyer, T., Miller, A., Nass, Sports . . . 117 9 I Co-captains John Jooss and With precision form, Mike Ulwelling and Mort Jury Coach Exner shows John Lou Horn loosen up. hit the hurdles. and Jim Schulze how to pass baton. Terror Trackmen With one of the brightest seasons in many a year in sight, over eighty tracksters showed up at Coach Don Exner's first practice. Led by returning letterman lohn looss, Mike Ulwelling, lim Schulze, Ron Simon, Hans Moede, Don Schabo and lohn Cotton, the Terror thinclads opened the season at the annual Madison West Relays. Out of a field of twenty-two class A schools, Appleton finished third, only a point out of second place. Picking up most of the Terrors' points was a second place in the broadjump by lohn looss. The sprint medley team consisting of Maurie lury, lim Schulze, lohn Cotton and lohn looss took first place in one of the most exciting races. The Terrors competed in the FRVC meet, the conference relays and the state meet besides in- dividual meets with Manitowoc, Green Bay East and West and Sheboygan Central. The "B" squad also met New Holstein. TOP ROW: Schabo, D., Wenzel. Verkuilen, D., Stringham, Simon, Yonan, I., lury, Moede, Hamann, Heuer, Lecy, King, Casper, W., Ulwellinq, M,, Kicklnnd, D,, Schulze, I.. Schwebs, Cotton. SECOND ROW: Gebheim, M., Otto, W., Dohr, l., Holzer, Brandt, K., Rendall, R., Witzke, D., Kneip, Hoffman, D., Kunitz, C. Bartman, R., Kranzusch, l., Brum- mond, Roemer, Hameister, H., Paessler, D., Bedard, Gurnee, Koepke. THIRD ROW: Zuleqer, Kohl, G., Landis, Kinnard, Schaeffer, R., Petersen, Dittmer, Hietpas, R., Ehlke, Eqgert, R., Borum, Mignon, E., Lockery, Zwerq, Meyer, L., Mahone Schuetter Norris Reeve BOTTOM ROW: Co-captain Horn, Mqrs. Potter, McClanahan, Peterson, R., co-captain looss, I. 118 . . . Sports .. 'L fu QW 'YW , I I 1, vvtgk--A ?nr.'5h ' If X s illy ' ' ' ul aff" 44?'iI:".: Dj , if "' I W '51pl':l .11 J' L ,, it :Q imfx N 'rt W 1, ' J, ?-. 'g 'h I ' r? A . J- ' 1 " '- ff- 5 x - .2 A. 'r 'X . if ,. 'tux' gi 1, VE I :QP 4 I 1' .,f I- QQ v ' an nf' ' CRAFTSMANSHIP SHIELD Michele Mathews, a scholar and leader of exemplary character, who has served her school enthusiastically and untiringly, was chosen by the faculty to receive the most outstanding award given to a seniorethe Craftsmanship Shield. Mike graduated with a straight "H" record, was, as a senior, a co-winner of the extempore recital, a two-year member of Quill and Scroll, a three-year journalist for the "Talisman," where she was feature editor as a junior and co-editor as a senior, vice-president of Spanish Club and an alternate for Badger Girls' State. Among her other achievements were three years' service in Art Workshop, Student Council, Ushers Club, Curtain Call Production, , Radio Forum Workshop and winning a National Merit Scholarship. This record together with her many unpublicized contributions to V A.H.S. and her likable personality have earned for Mike this de- . served recognition. Michele Mathews NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY of Honor." Mr. Edge explained the meaning of the society's symbol and ideals. The twenty-sixth annual induction into the Appleton High School chapter of the National Honor Society was held on April ll. Twenty-two seniors were initiated at this time. They were selected from a class of 402 students on the basis of tour qualities-scholarship, character, leader- ship, and service. After the inductees were introduced by Mr. Witte, the society oath was administered by Mr. Hamann as the students formally became mem- bers. Mr. Helble presented the society pins and membership cards and spoke on "The Meaning Each year a parent of one of the selected stu- dents is asked to give the address. This year the speaker was the former state senator, Mr. Gordon Bubolz, who explained the four points of honor. I-Ie pointed out that the recognition given these students would be a challenge for their future services. After the ceremony, the traditional reception and tea was held in the Early American Room for the new members, their parents and the faculty. SEATED' Becker, T., Iesse, Ra., Warner, M., Gilbert, Ioyce, C., Mathews, M., Polisky, Zimmerman, Ion., Bubolz, Simon, R., Miller, S. STANDING: McGraw, Baumqartner, Benton, I., Mielke, W., Mullen, Dachelet, Moede, Rehteldt, Rehbein, Gresenz, I., Putnam. 120 . . . Honors SYLVESTER 8: NIELSEN AWARD The most cherished honor achieved by a senior is to graduate tirst in his class with a straight "H" scholastic record. Every year Sylvester Sz Nielsen, lnc. presents gold pen and pencil sets to these diligent students. This year the sets were given to Dorothy Bart- mann, Sharon Baumgartner, Edris Herrman, Ramona lesse, Carol Joyce, Barbara Lemke, Mike Mathews and loanne Zimmerman on the annual Awards Day. SEATED: Mathews, M., Lemke, B., Iesse, Ra. STANDING: loyce, C., Bartmann, D., Baumqurhiur, Herrin-in, E., Zimmc-rin. loa. BADGER BOYS' AND GIRLS' STATES Twelve junior boys and one junior girl were chosen to represent Appleton High School at Badger Boys' and Girls' States. They will be sponsored by Appleton civic groups as they at- tend a model "state" organized by the American Legion and its Auxiliary. Delegates are assigned to a political party, city, and county and benefit trom an eight-day program of campaign speeches, and mock city, county and state governments. Selected by the junior class on the basis of scholarship, leadership, good character, health and an interest in American government, the boys chosen were: Mike Ulwelling, Tim Wink, Dave Ehlke, Mike Wenzel, lohn Troyer, lim Schulze, lim Fischer, Bob Meek, Phil Troyer, Daril Riley, lim Gloudemans, Dave Witzke, and alternates Bruce Alton, lerry Lecy, and lohn Dittmer. The girl elected was Sue Wilkinson, with Liz Temple and Marilyn Saiberlich as alternates. DlW..,s....t SEATED Ehlke, Saiberlich, Wilkinson, I., Temple, L., Mee UL! A 5,3 in lr, Schulze, l. STANDING Dittrner, Gloudemans, Alton, Witzke, D., Wenzel, Wink, Lecy, Fischer, I., Riley, D., Troycr, I., Troyer, P. Honors . . . 121 FLAG RAISERS , D. A. R. AWARD lerry lohnson and lanet Koller Amelia Bubolz Each year the senior class elects a boy and a girl to serve as flag raisers. lanet Koller and lerry lohnson were chosen for this honor on the basis of their character and leadership. lanet was co- captain of the cheerleaders, a student council member, and a participant in the declamatory recital as a senior. lerry was active in inter- scholastic athletics, serving as co-captain of the football team. He was also a delegate to Badger Boys' State and a member of the Library Staff. On the basis ot her superior display of leader- ship, dependability, patriotism and service, Amelia Bubolz was chosen by her classmates to receive the D. A. R. Award. She has contributed a great deal to the success of several organizations. Milly has held many offices, including treasurer of Curtain Call Acting and Spanish Club. She served as president of the Library Staff and Ushers Club. ln her junior year Milly received the Second Year Spanish Award. SPECTOR AWARD Mary Quella The Spector Trophy is awarded every year to the sophomore displaying superiority in the fields of service, leadership, scholarship, and character. This description fits Mary Quella perfectly. Mary has had a busy year with participation in Cur- tain Call Acting, Pep Band, "Talisman," ex- temporaneous speaking and debate among her activities. With this excellent record Mary well deserves the distinction of being the "most promis- ing" sophomore. 122 . . . Honors V. F. W. AWARD lohn Mullen Because of his continuous record of dependa- bility, leadership, and service, lohn Mullen was chosen to receive the Veterans of Foreign Wars Award of a S50 savings bond. lohn was very active in extra-curricular activities, having par- ticipated in intramurals, Quill and Scroll, oratory and Curtain Call Acting and Production. He was co-president of Radio Forum Workshop and co- editor of the "Talisman" in his senior year. lohn was a delegate to Badger Boys' State as a junior. ELKS CITIZENSHIP AWARD ' I Ronald Malmstrom Each year the Elks Lodge of Appleton presents 5100 to the senior who attains the highest score on a test concerning citizenship and the Constitu- tion. By winning the local contest, Ronald Malm- strom is eligible to enter state competition for the S3400 prize. Ronnie has been an active member ot Curtain Call Production tor his three years at Appleton High School. He has also been a member of Nature Club. ELKS SCHOLARSHIP Ronald Simon The Elks Scholarship is an award which pays freshman tuition and tees to Lawrence College. Ronald Simon is the recipient of this award. As a junior Ronnie was a member of the Student Council and was a representative to Badger Boys' State. ln his senior year he was co-consul ot Latin Club and was a participant in the oratorical contest. He was on the track team for two years. Ronnie was also the winner in the boys' division ot the Elks Most Valuable Student contest. A. A. U. W. SCHOLARSHIP " 'nf ein Louise Putnam A 55150 scholarship to Lawrence College is given every year to a worthy senior girl by the American Association of University Women. Louise Putnam is this year's recipient. Louise has been a loyal and dependable member ot several A. H. S. organizations, having served as secretary- treasurer ot the Student Council, vice-president ot Curtain Call Production, and secretary ot Latin Club. She was a member ot Quill and Scroll and the "Talisman" and attended Badger Girls' State. I AYCETTE SCHOLARSHIP lanet Thurk lanet Thurk has been honored by being awarded the S200 lunior Chamber of Commerce Auxiliary Scholarship presented to a senior girl interested in nursing. lanet has always been willing to assume responsibilities and has been an asset to every activity to which she has belonged. She worked on the "Clarion" tor two years, serving as sponsorship manager as a senior. lanet was also a member ot Latin Club tor three years and Bowling Club dur- ing her sophomore and junior' years. Honors . . . 123 FIRST YEAR SECOND YEAR SPANISH SPANISH AWARD AWARD lean Voll The Spanish Club annually presents a silver medal to the outstanding first year Spanish student. Chosen by the club officers to receive this year's award was lean Voll. lean has proved herself worthy of this honor by maintaining a high scholastic average and by working diligently and unselfishly in the interest of Spanish Club. In addition to her activities in the Spanish depart- ment, lean has been an active member of Art Workshop and Curtain Call Acting. Ju- W a 1 - .- fl' .. loe lochman ln recognition of his excellent classwork and untiring service to Spanish Club, loe lochman was chosen to receive the second year Spanish Award of a gold medal. This prize is awarded annually to the outstanding second year Spanish student. loe has always been ready and willing to assume all responsibilities that are required for active participation in a club. Besides his member- ship in Spanish Club, loe was a member of the track team in his sophomore year. LATIN AWARD lohn Fanselow lohn Fanselow is the winner of the Latin Award presented by Eta Sigma Phi, the national honorary classical language fraternity of Lawrence College. Because of lohn's excellent class preparation and knowledge of Latin, he proved to be most worthy of this award. Included among his activities was membership in Nature Club and Student Council. His great interest in music has made lohn an important addition to the Band, Bandette, Pep Band and the State Music Festival. 124 . . . Honors BAUSCH AND S LOMB SCIENCE A litr AWARD X I , . 4 Carol loyce As a result of her excellent work in the field of science, Carol Ioyce is the recipient of this year's science award. Her experiment with nuclear emulsions won Carol a trip to Washington D. C., where she was named the only girl in the top ten of forty finalists and was awarded a S400 scholar- ship. Her many activities this year included being state co-president of the lunior Academy of Science, feature editor of the "Talisman" and secretary of Quill and Scroll. BUSINESS AND AMERICAN PROFESSIONAL LEGION WOMEN'S ATHLETIC AWARD AWARD Beverly Starks Every year a S100 scholarship is given by the Business and Professional Women's Organization to a senior girl who intends to go into business or a profession. Beverly Starks is well-qualified for this award since she plans to be a teacher. She was a member of Curtain Call Production, Chorale, and Latin Club, and served as treasurer of Camera Club during her senior year. Beverly's desire to serve and her cheerful, friendly personality make her an excellent choice for this award. l lohn looss lohn looss, chosen as this year's outstanding athlete, was given the American Legion Athletic Award presented by the lohnston-Blessman Post Number 38. lohn has shown evidence of his athletic ability in three sports: football, where he was chosen for the state teamp track, co-captain of the team, and basketball, in which he set a percentage record at the state tournament. ln his junior year lohn served on the Student Council and went to Badger Boys' State. MARX AWARD ludith Ann Brooks Marx Jewelers presents annual awards of watches to the girl and boy who have been most prominent in intramural sports. This award is not based on outstanding ability alone but also on sportsmanship and character. This year the gir1's award went to ludith Ann Brooks. In addition to being active in noon-hour sports, Iudy belongs to - MARX AWARD .-h. , Dennis Horn Curtain Call Production, the "Talisman" and was a member of the Student Council in her sophomore year. Dennis Horn received the boy's award for his interest in all phases of sports. He served as secretary and publicist for Saturday Morning Basketball, captain of the Pond Sport Shop team, and was also active in Spanish Club. Honors . . . 125 Sponsors of 1956 Again the Appleton business and professional men have demonstrated their interest in the city's schools and students by sponsoring our Senior High School yearbook. The CLARION Business Staff wishes to thank them for their loyal support and urge our students and readers to show their appreciation also. ACCOUNTANTS Carl I. Becher Sz Co. Wilbur H. Haass Richard U. Landreman Willard I. Schenck Schumaker, Derscheicl 81 Co. ARCHITECTS Raymond N. Le Vee Sz Associates Wisconsin Architects Ass'n. ART SUPPLIES Michael's Art Mart AUTOMOTIVE DEALERS, SERVICE AND SUPPLY Appleton Automotive Supply Co., Inc. Appleton Battery 81 Ignition Service Bee Line Frame 81 Axle Service Christy Service Station Cloud Buick Co. I-laupt Auto Sales Herb's Mobil Service Iim's Service Station Iunction Service Station Kramer Ridge Co. Laux Motor Co. Leo and Norb's Deep Rock Service Pierce Auto Body Works Ray's Tire Shop Rector Motor Co. Al Rudolf Motors, Inc. Sharp Auto Body Service Sherry Motors Tusler Motor Co. loe Verrier Service Station Verrier Schmit Service Station Wagner's Super Service 126 . . . Sponsors Wisconsin Auto Wrecking Co. Zeh Motor Sales AWNINGS Appleton Awning Shop BAKERIES Bestler Bakery Dixie Cream Donuts Elm Tree Bakery Gunderson's Bakery Manderfield's Home Bakery Service Bakery of Appleton Tastee Bakery BANKS Appleton State Bank First National Bank Outagamie County Bank BEAUTY SHOPS Alex's Beauty Salon Buetow's Beauty Shop Raye's Beauty Clinic BOOKS Conkey Book Store BOWLING Arcade Bowling Alleys Hahn's Bowling Alleys CAB COMPANIES Appleton Yellow Cab Co. Fox Valley Cab Co. CANDY SHOPS Bowlby's Candies Oaks Candy Shop CANNING COMPANIES Stokely Foods, Inc. CHIROPRACT ORS L. C. Fitzgerald Leo I. Murphy CIVIC 81 FRATERN AL ORGANIZATIONS Appleton Chamber of Commerce Konemic Lodge No. 47, I. O. O. F. Y. M. C. A. CLEANERS 81 LAUNDRIES Badger Cleaners Clark's Cleaners Iohnson's Cleaners St Dyers Lee's Launderette People's Laundry 61 Ayr-mor Cleaners Rechner Cleaners Richmond Cleaners Royal Cleaners CLOTHING FOR MEN Behnke's, Inc. Brauer's Ferron's Kobussen's Clothing Store Matt Schmidt 6: Sons Co. Thiede Good Clothes, Inc. CLOTHING FOR WOMEN Bee Frank Figure Fashions Grace's Apparel Shop Miller's Dress Shop Diana Porter's The Rose Shop Robinhood Dress Shop CON DEN SERIES Western Condensing Co. CONSTRUCTION CONTRACTORS Concrete Pipe Corporation Charles A. Green Sz Son, Inc. H. Schabo 81 Son Valley Ready Mixed Concrete DAIRY PRODUCTS Carlson's Dairy Stores Consolidated Badger Cooperative F airmont's Foods Co. Gordon Ice Cream Co. Hietpas Dairy Wittwer's Dairy DANCE SCHOOL Breinig-Lemke School ot the Dance DENTISTS 13 Dentists have donated as friends. DEPARTMENT STORES Campbell Stores Geenen's Dry Goods Co. Gloudemans 81 Gage, Inc. Montgomery Ward CSI Co. Northside Dry Goods Co. I. C. Penney Co. H. C. Prange Co. Sears Roebuck Sz Co. W. T. Grant DRUG STORES Belling Prescription Pharmacy Miller Drug Schlintz Brothers Co. Unmuth's Rexall Drug Store 81 Gift Shop Voigt's Drug Store Walsh Rexall Drug Store ELECTRIC APPLIANCES Appleton Appliance Co. Gerhardt 81 Vandenberg Electric Good Housekeeping Shop Home Appliance Co. Kurz Electric Service Langstadt's Inc. Louis Luebke Electric Service Mullen Electric Co. Superior Killoren Electric Co. ENGINEERS Crane Engineering Sales, Inc. Ted Kuck 81 Co. Harry Koller FINANCE COMPANIES People's Loan Si Finance Co. Rock Finance Co. FIVE AND TEN CENT STORES Ben Franklin S. S. Kresge Co. F. W. Woolworth Co. FLOORING Ace Floor Covering Laydwel Floors FLORISTS Appleton Floral I unction Greenhouse Memorial Drive Florists Riverside Greenhouse Van's Greenhouse FOOD PLAN McKinley Food Plan FRUIT COMPANIES Cohen Brothers Fruit Co. Wisconsin Distributing Co. FUEL AND ICE Balliet Supply Co. I. P. Laux and Sons Fuel Co. Lutz Ice Co. Marston Bros. FUNERAL HOMES Wichmann Funeral Home F URRI ERS Grist Furs Krieck Furs FURNITURE AND INTERIOR DECORATING Bre-ttschneider's Furniture Co. Russell Brown, Inc. Ellenbecker Furniture Frank I. Strebel Vorpahl's Furniture Wichmann Furniture Co. GIFT SHOPS The Treasure Box GROCERS A. 81 P. Super Market Alko Super Market Brockman's Clover Farm Store Geenen's Food Market lacobs Bros. Market Krambo Food Stores, Inc. Lander's lunction Store Marx Grocery Quella's Grocery Red Owl Wilz Grocery GROCERS IWHOLESALED S. C. Shannon Co. HARDWARE Kimball's Hardware Sz Appliance Store Schlater's, Inc. Schiederrnayer's HEATING, PLUMBING, AIR CONDITIONING Badger Furnace Co. McKinley Sales, Inc. Tschank Sz Christensen R. Wenzel Co. August Winter 81 Sons Co Sponsors . . . 127 HOTELS Hotel Conway Hotel Appleton INSURANCE Aid Association for Lutherans Conkey, Morrissey Sz Lang Co. Garvey Agency Home Mutual Insurance Co. C. H. Huesernan, Ir. Integrity Mutual Insurance Co. Stuart Koch Ioseph Koffend Sz Son William I. Konrad, Ir. Lincoln Life Insurance Carl A. Sherry Daniel P. Steinberg Alex O. Strobel Iohn Trautmann INVESTMENTS Wayne Hummer Sz Co. McKee Sl Iaeckels, Inc. Paine, Webber, Jackson Sz Curtis I EWELERS Martin I . Hupka Marx Iewelers Pitz Sz Treiber, Inc. Eugene Wald KNITTING MILLS Fox River Valley Knitting Co. Weber Knitting Mills, Inc. Zwicker Knitting Mills LAMPS The Lamp Shop LAWYERS Robert Bachman Sarto Balliet Edgar E. Becker Benton, Bosser, Fulton, Menn Sz Nehs Gordon A. Bubolz 128 . . . Sponsors Byrne, Bubolz Sz Spanagel Mark Catlin, Ir. Edwin S. Godfrey Harry P. Hoeftel Sydney S. Iacobson Gustave I . Keller A. W. Ponath Sigman Sz Sigman Ioseph Witmer LUMBER Fraser Lumber Sz Mfg. Co. Knoke Lumber Co. Lieber Lumber and Millwork Co. MANUFACTURERS Advance Car Movers Appleton Manufacturing Co. Appleton Structural Steel Co. Appleton Wire Works, Inc. Appleton Wood Products Co: Badger Plug Co. Fox River Boiler Works Fox River Tractor Co. Ioseph I . Plank Sz Co. Scolding Locks Corp. Standard Manufacturing Co. Valley Iron Works Co. MEAT MARKETS Kronberg's Market Voecks Bros. METAL WORKS Heinritz Sheet Metal Works MONUMENTS Appleton Marble and Granite Works MUSICAL EQUIPMENT Heid Music Company Lauer Pianos Meyer-Seeger Music Co. Zordel's Melody Shop OFFICE Sz SCHOOL SUPPLIES General Office Supply Co. E. W. Shannon Office Supply Co. Smith's School Supply Sylvester Sz Nielson, Inc. OFFICIALS QCITY Sz COUNTYJ Appleton Board of Education Robert L. Roemer OIL DISTRIBUTORS Ienkel Oil Company Sinclair Refining Co. OPTICAL SUPPLIES Bausch Sz Lomb Optical Co. Corr Opticians OPTOMETRISTS Drs. Keller Sz Keller, Inc. PAINT Sz GLASS COMPANIES Appleton Glass Sz Paint Hoffer Glass Co. Moderson Paint Sz Supply Co. Nehls Wallpaper Sz Paint Sherwin-Williams Paint Co. Sindahl Paint Sz Hardware Valley Glass PAPER DEALERS CWHOLESALEJ Universal Paper Co. Woelz Brothers, Inc. PAPER Sz PULP MANUFACTURERS Appleton Coated Paper Co. Combined Locks Paper Co. K. S. Dickinson Fox River Paper Corp. Riverside Paper Corp. Tuttle Press Co. PET STORES Krull's Pet and Seed Store PHOTOGRAPHIC SUPPLIES The Camera Exchange and Gift Shop Ideal Photo, Inc. PHOTOGRAPHERS Ken-Mar Studios F. I . Pechman Studio Rueckl Studio Sahli Studios PHYSICIANS Si SURGEON S Dr. W. A. Adrians Appleton Clinic Appleton Eye, Ear, Nose Sr Throat Clinic Bolton Sr Mielke Clinic Dr. Guy W. Carlson Dr. P. M. Cunningham Dr. George French Dr. Marvin Kagen Dr. Stephan Konz Drs. I. W. Laird Sz L. B. McBain Drs. MacLaren, Landis, 81 Loescher Dr. Milo Swanton Dr. Arthur C. Taylor Drs. L. P. Williams Si C. W. Aldridge A Friend PICTURE FRAMING E. R. Callaway Max F. Koletzke PRINTERS Sz PUBLISHERS Appleton Post-Crescent Badger Printing Co. Petersen Press Progress Printing Co. RADIO STATIONS WAPL WHBY RADIO AND TELEVISION Fox Valley Radio Sr T. V. Suess Radio 81 T. V. Trudell's T. V. 81 Appliances REAL ESTATE Baldwin Corp. Carroll Sr Carroll De Noble Agency Carl Zuelzke RESTAURANTS Sz TEA ROOMS Florence's Eat Shop The Grill Karras Restaurant Ken's Kate King Bee Lunch Kipp's Lunch Murphy's Lunch Pizza Palace Retson's Sandwich Shop Snider's Restaurant Spudnut Shop Zuelke Building Service Center ROOFING 81 SIDING Luebke Roofing Sr Siding Co. RUGS Yonan Sz Sons, Inc. SCHOOLS Lawrence College of Wisconsin SEWING MACHINES Singer Sewing Machine Co. SHOES Big Shoe Store Bohl Sz Maeser, Inc. Foot Health Clinic French Slipper Shop Heckert Shoe Co. Nobil Shoes lack Stewart Shoe Store SHOE REPAIRING lerry's Shoe Repair Kimball's Shoe Service SPORTS SHOPS Berggren Bros. Sport Shop Pond Sport Shop THEATERS Appleton Theater Rio Theater TOYS Family Fun TRANSPORTATION Appleton Sz Intercity Transit Lines, Inc. Buchert Transportation Co. Fox River Bus Lines Muenster Van Service Northern Transportation Co. TRAVEL Sueltlow's Travel Goods TYPEWRITERS Typewriter Shop UNCLASSIFIED I. Bahcall, Inc. Mr. 81 Mrs. Raymond P. Dohr Gordon P. Gill ludge Ogle Marbury Ralph McGowan Carrie Morgan A Friend UTILITIES Wisconsin Michigan Power Co. WHOLESALERS V Sl R Wholesale Wikelund Wholesale Co. WOOLENS Appleton Woolen Mills I. B. Courtney Sz Co. Sponsors . . . 129 .....22,l17 ........22 76, 77, 113 Brooks, Dale ..................... 30 .21, 22, 69, 71, 82, 85, 97, 114, 115, 125 Brooks, Miss Myrtle .......,....... 10 Brouillard, Robert ................. 30 Brown, lulie, .........,... 16, 76, 116 Brown, Marjorie. . .22, 85, 94, 97, 114 ,. . , J f-7 . D 0 " " , , xxx- ' Dbl 1 ur , rf' ' . 'I .2 'tffll' db GS l A Q , 1 A- -U-W- S hol Hip.. ...... it - . ....... .. .. 9, 68, so Bnninnsn, 1ohn..... LM 1 ---- - - - - , 5- ' elba .... ..........., 2 9 Briske, 1ames.... . . F-bel .Pd-2 , 2, ,90, iii' g Kay. .22 9, 82, 85, 96, 114 Brockman, Larry.... A hella. .. .... . . 2, 66, 7 - tle Do ald. . . ....,.... 29, 72, 73 Bronold, William ........... . . . . . .22 Aben th, sanet ,......... 96 G nto , ......... .625,9'g, gig Bronstad, Lawrence. . ., Ah ,isnt . Qffff ff' 1..k22 Ben , ni .,.... 16,65Z70179:112 Bnankninann .................. ..22 3, lagriis 6 ...... . . . . .22 ge SAP 1 .................... 22, 84 Brooks, ludith Ann. , n..., ........ r n, ane ........... ...,. . A om. .t .... ..... . .52 ggrgkuis, Charlotte .... .... 1 6, ins, e .... .... . . , ',..t .... ......... B '11rd,R ,..,....,,,, ,, urec1E:t,R ie .... .... 2 7 gelgmfz, M327 .... ..., 2 9, 70, mm 5 amend 22 en, 1 ........ . . . . .... . ergmann, e .... ....... . . . . ' Rllarrgl ' n ...... ...... . . . Bergsbaken, lgiane ......... 29, 95, a .... ...... , ..... . . . . . . .28 on, B .. , 66, 2, 112, 121 Amer' ion thle c ward..125 An , Wa .........,...... 16 e .22 64 77 erson, K ........ 92, ss, ss, 96 der , Nancy ......... 16, 77, 115 mn, Ca rinzj ...... Borchardt, Ruth ............ n, Philip ..... pel, Gary .......... ......... 2 8 rchambeault, Donna ...... 22, 76, 77 Archery Club ......... ........ 1 16 Ardell, Carol ......,. Arent Don .......... ...,.....28,9l 16 103 Armstrong, Robert. . . 111,' 117 Arnold, Don ......... ............. 9 8 Art Workshop .................... 91 Asmussen, les ........... 28, 111, 112 Audio-Visual Aids Club ............ 87 Aures, Beverly. . . .22, 74, 82, 91, 96 Ayers, Patty ........... 28, 76, 77, 95 Bacich, Mr. Anthony ..,........... 13 Bacich Barbara ..... . , ........, 22, 75 Badger Boys' and Girls' States .... 121 Baer, lames .................,.... 16 Bahr, Wayne ........ , Bailey, Barbara ..... 22, 75, 82, 84, 111 117 Baerwald, Miss Ethelwyn ........... 10 90 96 Baldwin, Iudith ,...... Baldwin, Karla .....,. Balliet, Susan ........ Balza, loan .... . . Barlow, Ioyoe ........ Baron, Sandra ...... 16, 65, Barrett, Iames ........ Bartman, Kay! ....... 66. 97 , .22, 78, 84, 96 81 88 ......16,78, 28 69 84 90 '.22,'64,'65,' 76, 82, 83, . . .28, 79, 84, ..,.....16,116 .........28,72 Bartman, Ric ard .......... 16, 73, 75 Bartman,R0bert.28, 72, 87, 98, 103, 118 Bartman, Dorothy ...,..... 28, 69, 71, 89, 95, 121 Barmann, Marilyn.22, 83, 85, 96, 114 Bartmann, Pauline ........ 28, 74, 115 Basketball-"B" Squad ........... 107 Basketball-Varsity .......... 104- 106 Bauer, Bette ........ ....... 2 2, 72, 96 Bauer, Mary Kay .............. 28, 85 Bauer, Robert ............. 28, 84, 93 Bauer, Robert 1. .................. 22 Bauman, Robert ....... 16, 79, 111, 117 Bauman, William ................. 22 Baumgartner, Sharon. . .29, 70, 71, 78, 84, 93, 120, 121 Baurain, Lois ..................... 16 Baurian, Stewart ................. 110 Bausch and Lomb Science Award. .124 Beall, Herb ................... 22, 80 Becker, Carl ..................... 22 Becker, Mary ........ 22, 66, 70, 72, 73, 83, 88, 96 Beoker,'1'homas. 29, 65, 72, 73, 85, 120 Beckley, Peter ............. 16, 92, 93 Bedard, Wil1iam.16, 82, 103, 109, 118 Beglinger, ludith ........... 22, 25, 68, 71, 76, 83, 96 Behle, Nancy ...,................. 16 Behnke, Patricia ..... ........... 2 9 Boil, Mary ......... ..... 2 9, 76 Beilke, Donald ...... . ..... 22, 26 130 .. .Index Bergsbaken, Susanne. . . 16, 65, 69, 16 Berner, Sandra ....., Bernhagen, William. Beschta, Iames A... . Beschta, Richard ....... ..... Bessett, leanne Ann. Bessett, Peggy ..,.... Beyer, Kenneth ...... Beyer, Ronald ....... Biechler, Betty ...... 29 84 16 95 16 96 96 ,77 16 29 29 29 .. ...16 .....29 .....22 16 Bieritz, lean Barbara .......... 29, 115 Bierman, Nancy ..... Biese, Beverly ....... Billington, Marlene.. Birchler, Anne ...... Birkholz, Donna ..... Bishop, Glenn ..... Bjerkvold, Ruth .... Black, Mr. David .... Blahnik, Louise ..,. Blahnik, Peter. .. Blank, Susanne ..... Blazek Bernice ...... .....16,74,115 ...22, 82, 85, 96 115 . .... ..16, 103 .......22 . .... 13,116 22 16 12 Blazek, Helen ...... 30, 77, 92, 93, 95 Bloch, Gerald ................. 22, 70 Bloedorn, Daryl ..... ..16, 72, 82, 115 Bloomer, Barbara. .22, 27, 77, 82, 83, 89, 90, 97, 113, 114 Blum, Barbara ,..... 30, 67, 83, 91, 96 Board of Education ................. 8 Bock, Barbara ............. 22, 76, 77 Bodmer, lerome .,....,........... 16 Bodmer, Sharon ........ 16, 68, 82, 96 Bodway, Audrey .............. 16, 92 Boettcher, Barbara. . . ....... . . . . .83 Boettcher, Nancy ......... 30, 94, 114 Boettcher, Robert ......... 22, 64, 110 Bohatschek, Sandie ............ 30, 95 Boldt, Beverly ........ ...... 3 O, 95 Boldt, Carol ....... 16 85,96 Boronow, Anne ....... 22, 56,'80, 83, 89, 97, 114 Borsche, LeRoy .... 22, 110, 113, 116 Borum, William ..... 16,102,111,118 Bosin, Ronald .......... ....... 1 6, 103 Botker, Lucille ......... ........... 1 6 Bowers, Barbara .................. 30 ...16 79 90 97113 Bowers, Mary. . 1 I 1 1 Boyle, Donna .......... ........... 3 0 Boyle, Iudith .................. 16, 76 Boys' Bowling .......... ....... Bradford, Mary. ........ ....... ..1l0 16,78 Brandt, Kenneth ...... 22, 76, 77, 118 76 Brandt, Vincent ..... Brauer, lohn ..................... 22 Brautiqam, Mary Lou .......... 30, 76 16 30 Brautigam, Robert.. . Brautigan, Barbara.. Brennecke, Barbara. .....30, 76, 77, 92 80, 84, Brensike, Ralph ............... 16, 92 Bretung, Glenn .......... ......... 2 2 Brezezinzke, Miss Theodosia ........ 13 Briese, Mr. Harold ..... 65 87 . . . . 12, , Briese, Sue ............ 22, 25, 56, 66, 82, 83, 88, 89, 97 Brinker, Gerald .... 22, 75, 80, 87, Brinkman, Betty ............... 22,' Brinkman, Carol .............. 82 Brinkman, Charles ..... ,.... 1 6 Brown, Suzanne ....... 16, 82, 96, 114 Brown, Mrs. Virley .... Brudnick, Hyman ..... ........10,83 ......,3l,117 Brueggemann, Richard ,... ........ 2 2 Brummund, Karl ...... 16, 75, 79, 103, 112, 113, 118 Brunkey, Kenneth ................. 22 Bubolz, Amelia ...... 31, 82, 83, 86, 88, 120, 122 Bubolz, Nancy ......... 16, 79, 85, 96 Buck, Lloyd ...................... 31 Buetow, Elsbeth .... 31, 69, 71, 81, 84, 88, 97, 114 Buettner, ludith ............... 16, 78 Burroughs, Mrs. Evelyn ........ 11, 89 Burroughs, Mr. lack ........ 11, 18, 85 Burton, lla ............... 22, 82, 102 Busch, Edward ............... 22, 111 Business and Professional Women's Club Scholarship .... ......... 1 25 Buss, Marleen ..... ............... 3 1 Buss, Susan ........... ...... 3 1 Butler, Maureen ..... ........ 3 1 Buxton, Thomas .... ..... 1 6, 111 Byfield, David ....... . . . 16, 66, 113 Cafeteria Staff ......,............. 14 Call. Donald ........ 22, 50, 66, 84, 85 Callahan, Mary Ellen. 16, 69, 82, 88, 96 Camera Club ..................... 92 Cameron, Mr. Harry ............,. 12 Cameron, lean .... 31, 69, 80, 84, 97 Campbell, Anne ............. 16, 115 Captain, Barbara ................. 16 Captain, Kenneth .............. 31, 62 Card, Thomas ................. 31, 98 Carlsen, Sharon.22, 69, 80, 83, 91, 97 Cary, Carolyn .... 31, 66, 71, 72, 73, 75, 80, 84 Casper, Lee ....... .............. . 22 Casper, William ..,.........., 16, 92, 103, 1 1 1, 1 18 Casperson, Antoinette ............. 22 Chapin, Marilyn ,.... . . Chapman, Wayne ..... Cheerleaders .......... Chmiel, Carolyn ...., Chorus ....... ........ Christen, Sandra ...... ....31,91,95 ..........111 ........96-97 .16, 75, 78, 88, 90, 96, 114 ........76-77 ,.......22,77 Christensen, LeRoy ....,. 16, 103, 112 Christensen, Thoretta ...... 31, 52, 69, 88, 91, 97 Christenson, Colleen. . .31, 62, 63, 80, 83, 88, 90, 97 Christianson, Ruth ................ 16 Christiansen, Sharlene ..... 31, 89, 91 Christie, Ted ......... .16, 70, 74, 103 64 Christmas Play ........,.......... Christoterson, Barbara. .22, 84, 91, Clarion Business .................. Coel, William ............. ....... 96 67 Clarion Editorial ................ . .66 ' ' 22 111 Coenen, Iim ..... 31, 86, 100, 102, Coffey, Dan ...................... 22 Coggeshall, Sallie ...... 16, 74, 80, 96 Colavecchi, Shirley .... Collar, Ieanice ....., 76 Coleman, Gerald ................. 22 16 22 Collar, Susan ...... 5' 991' Collliiq, Carol ....... ...... 2 2, 96 Collins, James ,... .........,.,.,.. 1 6 Comella, Mr. Frank. .,.... 13, 65, 73 Cor11111ercial CI1111 .... .,.,..... 9 5 Concert Band .,... ..,.....,.. 7 2 Cook, Faith ..... ..........,., 3 2 Cook. Judith ..... ..... 2 2, 96, 114 Cooney, Mary ..... Corbett, Thomas. , . Cotter, Marlene Joan. . . .. ...... ...22 32 76 Conan, John. 16, 70, 721-102, '1o9,' 118 Cottrell, Carol ..... ...........16,74 Craftsmanship Shield ,...... . .1 .... 120 Cross, Betty ...,... Cross, James ...... Crowe, Karen ...., Cunningham, Allan. . Curling Club ...... Currie, Kay ....... Curtain Call Actin .....22,115 ........16 .....,22 ....16,78 ........112 18,69 g .... Curtain Call Production ......... 84-85 Evans, David Willard .......... 33, 82 Curtis, Arlouine ............... 22, 84 Curtis, David ............ 22, 110, 111 Custodians ......,...........,..... 9 Cutchin, Barbara .......... 16, 69, 96 Dachelet, William.32, 70, 84, 93, 120 Dagneau, Donald ............. 32, 1 11 Damm, Susan .................... 32 Damsheuser, Neil .... ......... 2 2 Daniels, Dennis ...... ..... 3 2, 110 Daniels, Judith ................ 16, 77 Danley, Jeanette ........... 16, 74, 93 D.A.R. Award .................., 122 Darling, Anne ...... 16, 54, 72, 79, 93 Davis, Betsy. .22, 55, 68, 71, 75, 78, 79, 80, 83, 89, 90, 97 Davis, Judy ................... 32, 86 Davis, Patricia ...... 16, 21, 82, 83, 96 111111111 e . 111, 1'1le ..... ..., 1 , Du irn, yllis ...... ..... . .239 ssD is si Pat an 103 110 Eas an, n ............. French Club ,.,.. French, Mark ...... . Fryfogle, Larue .... . . . Fu cer, Donald ..... . . . Fulton, William .... . Funk, Michael ...,..... . .34, 72, 80 23 ...17, 116 73 ........34 02 ...34,l N ke l.. ..... . ...S arli. ,M .. .. 3, 2, 91, 96 s ,B' .. , , 1 as gi ...23 er,.Sh r . Gaertner, Miss Pauline .....,...... 13 Gallagher, Patrick ................ 23 Gammelin, Catherine. .17, 78, 88, 114 Gardner, Connie ......... 23, 64, 82, 83, 90, 97 Gardner, Richard .... ....,...... 1 7 Gartzke, Patricia ..... .... 1 7, 65, 82 Gauerke, David ..... ......... 3 4 Gauerke, John ..... ............. 1 7 Gebheim, Harry. . .,... . . . Gebheim, Mitchell. . . 17, 8 Gebheim, rom ...1........ 23, 72, 75 Genal, Diane .............. 23, 84, 96 ........23 7113118 iger M A. ......... 11, 24, 103 . neth ......... 12, 88, 89 dw s, a ...... ......... 1 7 , F s ...... ....... 3 3 r es .................... 17 atricia ............... 23, 96 ge Robert ....... 17, 102, 111, 118 g , William ................... 23 hl , David ..... 23, 70, 104, 118, 121 c inger, James .................. hsteadt, Donald ................ ck, Shalby ........ ......... 2 3 151611, William ..............,.. 17, 74 Hickman, Joan ............. 74, 79, 96 Eisch, Garry. ............. 23, 76, 77 Elks' Citizenship Award .......... 123 Elks' Scholarship ................ 123 Ellenbecker, Jerome .......... 33, 110 Ellenbecker, Ken ........ ....... 1 7 Ellenbecker, Marlene .............. 17 Emmanuel, Mr. Richard ............ 14 Elsner, Denise .................... 23 Gerdin, Rose Marie ............... 23 Gerhardt, Mr. Armin ....... 11, 65, 98 Gerhardt, Roger .................. 17 Gericke, Gretchen.. 17 54 59 76, 79, as German Club .................... 81 Gibson, William .................. 17 Giftin, Barbara ................... 23 Gilbert, Joan ..... 34, 59, 66 71 75 78: 64,' 120 Gill, Melford ..................... 23 Ginnow, Diana ................... 23 Girls' Athletic Association ........ 114 Debate .......................... 59 . . . .22 82 94 De Braal, Judy ......... De Bruin, Gerard ..... 1 6, 65, 79, '112 Declamation ...................... 58 De Decker M rna 16 69 115 Defferamgf Is1.1ce11Q'.Q11I27Q 32, 62, 63, 72, 83, 97 Detterding, Judy. 16, 78, 88, 113, 114, 115 Deimer, Rosemary ...... De Lain, Dick ......... De Land, Pat .,.... Delie, Andrew ..... . . Deltgen, Bill ........... . ..... 32,102 .16,11O, 116 Deltgen, Rodney ..,....... 16, 84, 103 Deltour, Sandra ...... ,.,........ 1 6 DeNoble, Nancy ............... 32, 97 Derby, Thomas ................... 32 Deschler, Donnis ....... 16, 54, 79, 85 DeShaney, Diane ................. 22 DeShaney, Richard ...... ..... 7 4, 103 Desten, Ronald ................ 32, 76 deVos, Diane .......... 22, 72, 84, 96 DeWal1, Marvin. .. ,.......... ..16 Dexter, Donald .... ........... 3 2 Dickrell, Ken ,.... . ......... 32 Diedrich, Sharon ..... ........ 2 2, 74 Diestler, Franklin. . ............. 33 Diestler, Jane. .. ..... 16, 74, 78, 88, 96, 114 Dietz, Frank ................. 17, 117 Dillon, Mr. Adolf ..... 12, 102, 103, 117 Dittznar, Carlton ............... 33, 98 Dittmer, John ........ 22, 87, 118, 121 Doberstein, Joan ............... 33, 76 Dockery, Lora ............. 33, 69, 96 Dohr, Cornelia .... 33, 58, 59, 62, 63, 65, 68, 70, 71, 89 Dohr, Jim ................ 17, 83, 118 Dominowski, Sandy ........ 17, 65, 78. 83, 114, 115 Donovan, William .............. 33, 76 Dorschner, Ronald ................ 22 Douglas, Carol.23, 64, 67, 78, 83, 96 Douglass, Robert ............. 17, 113 Dresden, Jon ..................... 17 Drier, Muriel.33, 69, 71, 95, 96, 115 Ducat, Jerome .................... 17 Dulrane, David ................... 17 Dufrane, Roger .... .... 1 7 Emmer, Rita. . .17, 68, 77, 88, 97, 115 Ernst, Tom. ...................... 23 Eskew, Harr ................ 33, 104 Evans, David' Arnold 33, 72, 73, 75, 89, 93 Ewald, Carolyn ...,...... 17, 68, 76, 83,93,114,115 Ewig, Karen ........... 17, 77, 85, 96 Ewig, Suzanne .............,...... 23 Exner, Mr. Donald ...... 12, 50, 85, 96 Extemporaneous Speaking ......... 61 Fairchild, Peggy ..... 23, 97, 114, 115 Fallon, Kathleen .......... 33, 69, 91 Fanselow, Catherine ....... 17, 54, 70, 75, 83, 88 Fanselow, John .... 34, 72, 73, 75, 124 Fauk, Judy ............. 17, 72, 75, 89 Farrell, Kathleen ............... . . .23 Feavel, Jean ......... ........... 1 7 Feavel, Rochelle ................ 23, 84 Girls' Bowling ................... 1 15 Gitter, Shyla ........... 17, 85, 88, 96 Gloss, Mary ......... 23, 82, 114, 115 G1oudemans,James.23, 102, 112, 121 Godfrey, James .............. 35, 104 Godschalx, Janice ...... 35, 75, 81, 92 Goehler, Judith ....... 17, 54, 58, 82, 83. 97, 113 Goehler, Nancy .......... 35, 58, 80, 83, 88, 90. 97 Gooding, James .................. 17 Goodman, Glen .................. 23 Goodrich, Mr. E. John ............. 12 Goodwin, Patricia ............ 23, 114 Gosha, Larry ..................... 17 Gosha, Pauline ..... 16, 35, 69, 85, 97 Goss, Christie. .... 17, 76, 80, 90, 113 Goss, Marcia. . .35, 72, 73, 75, 82, 90 Gossen, Joan ..................... 35 Gosz, Donna .................. 23, 96 Gosz, Richard ...... ..... Graff, Mr. John ..... .... ........23 .14,95, 109 Felauer, Jerry ........... 17, 103, 111 Feldhahn, Caolyn ............ 34, 115 Felton, Jim ....... ......,. 3 4, 76, 102 Femal, Anne ........... 17, 18, 21, 96 Fentz, Robert. . .17, 79, 87, 103, 110 Ferron, Jean .......... 77, 83, 88, 114 Ferron, Judy ........... ....... 3 4, 88 Fiane, Roger ..... Fields, Joyce .................. 34, 77 Fielkow, Sid ........... 34, 66, 75, 82 Finnegan, Dorothy. .23, 75, 84, 96, 114 Fischer, Cathy ...... .......... 2 3, 76 Fischer, Cyril ...... Fischer, James ..... ....23,70, 100, 102,111,121 Fischer, Mary .......... 17, 69, 82, 96 Fischer, Michael .............. 34, 82 Fischer, Pat ........ ........ 1 7, 77 Fischer, Robert .... . . F lag-Raisers ....... .... .......17 ......122 23 65 82 Flanagan, Tom ....... .... , Flanigan, Nancy ....... . . Fondow, Larry ........ ..... Football-"B" Squ Football-Varsity ...... . . Forbeck, James ...... ......'.34 ..34,l11 ad ............. 103 ..100-103 .......23 .23 98 Foth, Duane ....... . . . , Fowler, Susan ...... .... 5 6, 83 Frahm, Shirley .... . . Franke, Barbara ...... . . . Franke, Richard ..... .... Franzke, Jo Ann ..... . . . Fraser, Bill ..... rrearicks, iuaiihf I . 1 .......23 ..23,116 .......34 .23,84,91 ......1l0 17,74,93 Graham, George ................. 23 Grathen, Sylvia ................... 23 Gresenz, Janet ........ 35, 62, 63, 69, 71, 83, 90, 95, 96, 152 Gresenz, Mark ...... . ....... 17, 82, Greunke, Jack ............,....... 17 Greunke, James .... .... 1 7, 78 Grimmer, Boyd .... ..... 2 3 Grimmer, James ..... ..... 2 3 Grishaber, Patsy ..... .... 1 7, 77 Gruber, Karen ...... ..... . , 17 Grunska, James ............... 35, 52 Gurnee, Bill ............... 17, 65, 76 Gurnee, Ronald. .23, 78, 92, 111, 118 Gutreuter, Gary .................. 23 Haase, Darlene .,.,. ............. 3 5 Hackbert, Barbara. ..... 35, 68, 71, 72, 75, 81 Hafeman, Gordon ...... ......... 3 5 Hahn, Howard ................ 23, 74 Hale, Don ........................ 23 Hamann, Howard.17, 70, 102, 109, 118 Hamann, Mr. Ray ........ 14, 102, 103 Hameister, Harry ...... 23, 76, 77, 118 Hameister, Lois ................... 17 Hamilton, Carol ............... 35, 81 Hamilton, Ken ....... 23, 98, 113, 116 Hamilton, Roger.35, 63, 64, 70, 72, 83 Hamm, Karen ................ 23, 116 Hando, 'Patricia ................... 1 7 Hannemann, Dennis ........... 23, 87 Hansen, Carol ....... 17, 72, 113, 114 Index . . . 131 57, 64, 83, 96 I Hansen, Jacqueline. . . . Hansen, Sandra. . . Hanson, Ernest .... Hardy, Ceceil. .... Harmon, June ......... .....,,. 1 7, Harrmann, Lynne .......... 35, 85, 20 Harp, Craig ....... Hart, Edwin ....... Harties, Jean ...... Hartzheim, Dorothy: J 1 ....... Hartzheim, Jim .... Hast, Janice ....... Hauser, Joyce ..... Havel, Karen ...... ....17, , ""171'32,' 1111361 '73,' 23 23 17 95 77 95 81 35 85 23 23 83 23 17 Haas, Judy .................. 17, 77 He ler, Richard ......... 36, 81, 112 Hechel, Mildred ......,........... 360 Heegeman, Dennis ..... ......... 1 7 Heegeman, Stephen ............... 36 Heimmermann, Carlton ....... 17, 103 Heinritz, David ........ .......92,l10 Heisel, Gordon ................... 17 ,H Helble, Mr. Herbert H. Helein, Margaret. . .23, 70,107 Helein, Robert ........... 36, 102, lll Heller, Jo Ann ............... 36, 115 Heller, Joanne M. ......... 23, 97, 114 Helms, Leone. . . . . . Helvey, Revana ...... Hemmen, James ..... Hendricks, Carole ..... Herbst, Yvonne ...... Herman, Dale ..... Herrman, Edris ........... 36 78 80 Herrman, Romelle ......... 17, 81, 115 Herrmann, Phyllis Hermena, v11e1n1e'.'.'.'.'.' ........... 23 .ae 72 75 Heuer, 'Kem ......., 1 7 Hickinbotham, Monica. Hietpas, Geraldine ................ 23 Hietpas, Robert .......... 23, 102, 118 Hill Charles ................. 23, 111 Hill, Tom ........................ 23 Herzbe ,John ........... , , , 112, 113,118 .......17, 115 ....17, 72,9 2 91 96, i15,'12i .......36, 76 1 Hillman, Thomas ............. 36, 111 Himebaugh, Mrs. Violet .... .... l 2, 82 Hintz, Beth .................. 23, 116 Hintz, Jack ....................... 36 .....36 70 76 77 95 Hintz, Nancy. . Hintz, Roylee .......... Hod ins June 1 1 1 1 17 74 79 Hoeael, Peter.'...' ............. I. 17: 79 Hoeming, Kareen .... Hoffman, Dick ...... 23, 102, 113, 118 Hoffman, Ken ..,......... 37, 72, 117 Hoh, Betty ....................... 23 Hoh, Daryl ........ . . .... 37, 72, 75 Hoier, Willie ..................... 37 .36, 73, 91, 115 Holcomb, Janet K. ........ 37, 95, 115 Holcomb, Janice F. ....... 37, 114, 115 Holehouse, Kenneth ........ 17, 79, 93 Holler, Elaine ......... .37, 91, 92, 94 Holzer, Jim ............., 79, 111, 118 55 Homecoming .... . ...,............ Home Economics Club ............. Homes, Pete ............. ....... 37 Hoolihan, Kathleen .... Hoo an, Maril n ................ 37 Hoplglisperger, hm W ..... ..... , Hoptensperger, Mary Lou. . .23, 57, Hopfensperger, Ronald ......... 94 23 77 Hoolihan, Rita .......... . .... 17, 82 ' 1 7 98 76 Hom, Dennis .... ..... . Hom, Horn, Marilyn ..... Horn, Mary ....... Louis ........... Horn, Patsy ........... Hostettler, Dale ........ Hostettler, Jay ......... Houlihan, James ....... Hove, Donald ......... Howard, Sharon ....... Howe, Cerel .............. ' . . .37, '116 Howe, Delbert ......... Howey, Nick .......... Hughes, Dorothy ...... Hughes, Richard ....... 132 . . . Index ...23 ..37, 111, 125 ..37,104,l18 ..e21o3111f', ..23l11Ol1ll JJJZJJJZJJZ74. .23 37 95 97 ...........17, 18, 74,79, 116 .17, 69, 70,96 5' -2 If Huhn, Joann ........ Huolihan, Anna ,.... .... Huolihan, Joyce ..... . . . Huven, Tom ...... .....17, 116 ....37 .l7,77 ......l7, 74 Ingenthron, Jean .................. 18 Isaacson, Harold .......... 23, 87, 110 Jaycette Scholarship .............. 123 Jack, Paul .......... ..l7, 18, 82, 112 23 cobs, Nancy .................... acobs, Thomas ...... ..... 1 8, 72, Jahnke, Sandra ...... Jansen, Ann ...... Jenkel, Susan ....... 75 ....37,92 94 Jennerjahn, Brian .......... ......, 1 8 Jennerjahn, Donna ........... 38, 115 Jennerjahn, Tom ...... 23, 82, 85, 117 Jenson, Betty ...........,.. 38, 80, 97 Jesse, Ramona .... 38, 80, 84, 120, 121 Jesse, Robert ..................... 23 Jochman, James ..... .... ' 18, 74, 116 Jochman, Joan ............. 18, 59, 79 Jimos, Sandra ............. 18, 59, 75 J Jochman, oe ............. 23, 82, 124 E Jochman, Joyce ................., . 18 U Jochman, John, Th Margie. .23, 69, 83, 89, 96 omas .............. 38, 73, 93" ' Johnson, Blanche ............. 18, 115 Johnson, Johnson, Jerry ........... 38, 86, 100, 102, 111, 122 Margaret ...... 38, 85, 88, 97 Johnson, Robert ..........,... 18, 103 Johnson, Steve .................... 38 Johnson, William. .18, 92, 93, 110, lll Johnston, Thomas ......... 18, 74, 92 Jonen, Janice ............... ...... 3 8 Jonen, Phyllis ........... 23, 114, 115 100, Jooss, Robert ........ Jorgenson, Peg ..... Joyce, Carol ....... Jooss, John.38, Jo ce, Virginia Juhnke, Donald.. Juhnke James. Jungers, John. '. . . . Jumors ......... Jury, Maurie .... Kain, Jerome ..... Kalz, Joan .......... Kappell, Marlene.. . 102, 104, 118, 125 72 18, 69, 85, 91,96 ...38, 65, 68, 71, 85, 120, 121,124 ...18, 66, 78,88 ..........18,54 38, 72, 73, 75, 85 .........24,ll7 ...........22-27 ..24, 55, 113, 118 ....24,102,11l .......l8,1l4 Kasten, Marvin .......... 18, 103, 110 Kasten, Tom ....... Katke, Duane ........ ..... 18,80,92 Keating, Clifford .................. 3 Keating, Peter, ........... 24, 75, 111 Keller, Bowen ................. 24, 38 54 68 72 75 Kellogg, John ....... 18, 1 1 1 Kempf, Adele .................... Kerrigan, Mary Sue ............... Kersten, Audrey ....... ...,.. Kersten, Merlin ...... Kese, John ........ Kese, Vita. t. .' .... . ....18, 21 38 24 ........18 79 78 24 Kettner, William ...........,....., Kickland, Dick ......... 102, 109, 118 Kieffer, Ruth .... Kiley, John ....... ..........39,76 .......39, 110 Kimball, Peggy ................... 18 King, Barbara ......... 18, 78, 84, 115 King, Peter ....... 118 King, Richard ......... 18, 70, 102, 109 Kinnard, Thomas ........,.... 24, 118 Kippenhan, Janet .............. 24, 83 Kippenhan, Lawrence ...... 24, 72, 87 Kirk, B111 ........................ 39 Kirkland, Jim ..... Kirkpatrick, Karen .......lO1,102,1ll ......18, 77, 85, 90 81 103 112 Kleini Mary Sue. . . I f I .39, 82, asf 1 gg lika, Don ........ Klika, Harland .... Klingbeil, Don .... Kloes, Patricia ..... Kloes, Richard ......... 37 3 Klein James ...... umb, Miss Adela ................ Knaack, Janet ....... .....,.... fffi3'ib3" 24 18 18 , , 111 10 24 s-4' 51 Knapstein, Catherine. . . 16, 79, 84, 92 Kneip, Charles ........... 24, 87, 118 Kniebusch, Miss Laverne .......... 10 Knoke, Curtis ................. 66, 92 Knoke, Gary ................. 39, ll 1 Knoll, Barbara ...... Knudsen, Celia. . . .....l8,85,90 Knuijt, Cecile ....... ....... 3 9, 95 Knuijt, Darlene ....... .......... 2 4 Knuppel, Jeanette ............ 39, 115 Kobal, Mary ...................... 39 .24 72 75 Kobal, Roseann ........... 1 1 Kobs, Bruce ......... 24, 70, lll, 117 ' .18, 87, 111 Kobs, David ............. Koepke, Richard ..... 18, 82, 102, 109 Kohl, Darlene ...........,..... 39, 95 Kohl, Gerald ......... ...18, 103, 118 Kohl, Irene ...................... 24 Kohl, Janet ....................... 81 Koller, Janet ....... 39, 58, 62, 63, 70, 76, 83, 90, 97, ll3, 122 olosso, Judy ........,............ 18 Kolosso, Mary ....... ..... 2 4, 77, 116 Konz, Jonathan ....... 24, 82, lll, 112 Kopelke, Richard.. . . . , ,.l8, 116, Korth, Norita ..................... Kositzke, Gail .... . . Kositzke, Judith .....,. ..... 2 4, Kositzke, Richard ..... ...... Kottke, J ack ......,..... ........ Kowalke, Marlene ............. 18, Kowalkowski, Lawre Kozlowski, Allen .................. Kraft, Gerald ................, 18, Krahn, Dick ........ 5 Kramlich, Ken. 39, Kranzusch, Frank. . . Kranzusch, James. . . Kranzusch, Karen ............ 76, 115 Kraus, Carol ....... Krause, Dixie ..... Krause, Erdwin ..... Krause, James ..... . Krause, Lawrence.. Krause, Lois ........ Krause, Nancy ...... Krautsch, Chet ..... Kreiling, Frank ..... Kreiling, Lu Ann. .. Kreicha, Jerome .... Krieck, Gar ...... Krieglstein, Barbara Karen ...... roiss, Gerald ...... rolow, Carroll ..... riehn, N ,no J Krolow, Mary Ellen. Kronberg, Kurt .... Kruckeberg, Ioan. . . 118 24 HCS ........... 24 72 24 24 85 18 24 82 7626871 82,83 116 .....82, 110, 118 1 1 1 1 .....39, 81,84 ....24,82, 114 24110 , 84,114 ....24,94, 115 ....24, .....24,85 .. ..... 24,82 ........39 .... 39,111 .... ,.24 .....24 76 ....18, 66, 87, 110 Kruckeberg, Wanda ........ ....... 4 0 Krueger, Arlin ................... 40 Krueger, Audrey ......... 40, 95, 114 Krueger, Barbara ....... 40, 89, 90, Krueger, Beverly ................. Krueger, Mr. Bruno ........ 14, 69, Krueger, Eugene ..,.. .......... Krueger, Peter ..... Krueger, Richard.. . Krueger, Krueger, Ted ....... Krueger, Vera .... Krull, Virginia ...... Kuba, Dennis ....... Kuba, Judy ........ Kuborn, Gerald. . . .40, 70, 72, 75, fl QIIIIi8.' Sharon ...... ...... Kuehnl, Roland ............... 40, Kuemmerlein, Mr. Kenneth. 13, 26, Kutner, Yvonne ............. 24, 76, 91 40 95 24 18 76 18 . . . .24 40 40 18 94 98 76 91 77 Kuhl, Jon .................... 79, 109 uhr, Bonita. .40, 68, 71, 72, 95, 116 Kuhr, Ronald .... ..... 1 8, 68, 74, 92, 93. 103, 116 Kunitz, Charlene M..40, 78, 84, 90, 97 Kunitz, Charles ...... 18, 103, 109, 118 Kunstman, Judy. ..............18,75 Kutchera, Bob ...,................ 40 Kutchera, Joan ..... .... 1 8, 78, 114 Lamensk , Peter .... .,...... 2 4 Lamers, Barbara .... .....24,96 L .jp ,dp ! A JQWV Lande, Charles ........ 18, 7, 82, 10 Malm ..... 18, , Landis, Bob ............ 18, 70, 79, 93, 102, 111, 112, 118 Landreman, Miss Dolores ....... 10, 71 Lang, Joseph ..................... 18 Lang, Wanda ......... ..24l10117 sam Malmstrom, Ronald ....... Malueg, Joan ....,....... I Malueg, Kenneth ....... 41 , Manier, Marcia ........ 19, ga 79 42 74, 79 ....41.123 .....19, 77 72 73 93 '21,'54,'67, , ss, sa, 96 Navarrete, Jean .... Nehls, Richard ..... Nelson, Alice ...... ....19, 114, 115 44 76 82 Nelson, Lynne ....,.. 1. 4. 62,'63, '65, 88, 91, 96, 114 Nemecek, Kenneth ................ 44 Nemecek, Robert ..... Nersveen, Kathryn ..... Neubert, Joyce ....... Neuenfeldt, Susan . Newbury, Nancy ..... Niett, Donna ....... Niemuth, Karl ..... ....44, 92, 93 .....l9,79 ....19,83,94 ....19,115 Nienke, Roberta .................. 16 Nienow, Mrs. Gene ............... 10 Nold, Barbara. . . . . 44, 74, 92, 93, 114 Norris, Dwayne ...... 74, 111, 113, 15? Norseen, Kristin. . . Nowak, Jan ........ Nowak, Stanley .... Nowak, Vernon .... Langdok, Jerry ........ , , Mann, Mr. John P. ................. 4 La Plant, Robert .................. 24 W Mannebach, Rosemary ........ 19, 115 Larson, James ......... 40, 76, 77, 84, Q' Manske, Ruth ................. 41, 76 93, 110, 112 Marcks, Adelyn ........ ..... 4 1, 95 Latin Award .................... 124 Ma uardt, Thomas ..... ....... 4 2 Latin Club ..........,......... 78-79 Malgli, Melba ........ ..... 4 2, 94 Laue, Sandie. . .18, 58, 72, 75, 83, 90 Marsh, Rita ........ ........ . 19 Laux, Alan .................. 40, 110 Marske, Patricia ..... .... 1 9, 77, 84 Laux, David .................. 18, 110 Martin, Donald ..... ..... 4 2, 76 Laux, Joe ........................ 76 Martin, Sylvia ...... ....... 1 9 La Violette, Jo Ann.23, 24, 88, 97, 114 Marx Awards .... . . ...... 125 Lawrence, Lucy .................. 24 Marx, Robert ..... ,........ 1 12 Lear ,Roy ....................... 41 Mathews, Barbara ........ 24, 72, 73, Le Clair, Audrey ................. 24 79, 84, 89, 96 Le Clair, David .............. 18, 103 Mathews, Michele. . .42, 50, 68, 71, 82, Le Clair, Maril n. ................ 18 - 88, 89, 91, 120, 121 2 Mathy, Mickey ................... 42 Leo , Jerry. .. 4, 55, 56, 83, 118, 121 Le lxevre, Anita ................... 41 Leimer, Jay ................... 24, 92 Leimer, June ............ 41, 91, 92, 961 Leitch, Livila ...,...........,.... 4 Lembcke, Richard ................. 2 Lemke, Barbara ....... 41, 72, 73, 121 Lemke, Patricia ................... 41 Le Moine, Rita .... ....... 1 8, 69, 96 Lemons, Charles ........... 18, 40, 76 Le Vee, Susan ...... 41, 69, 76, 77, 89 Lewis, Alice ...................... Lewis, James ..... ........... 2 4, Library Statl ..... ....... Matteson, Nancy. 42, 69, 78, 84, 90, 97 Matthews, Joanne ................. 42 Mauel, Nancy ................. 42, 68 Mauthe, Marian ............... 24, 96 Mayer, Marvin ................... 19 Meek, Robert ...... 24, 81, 102, 111, 121 lzer, Valerie ................... 42 enning, Connie .......... 19, 84, 91 Meredith, Darlene ............ .... 1 9 Merkel, Carol ............. 24, 85, 96 Merkle, Barr .....,.. 74, 93, 116, 117 Meulemans, Donald ............... 42 Nowell, Peter ...... .24, 67, 80, 84, . ....... 24,89,96 .......25 .....78,82 44 Nowell, Rosemary ................. Odegard, Richard .... 44, 55, 101, 102 Oellerich, Robert. . ...........25,110 Office Staff ....................... 54 78 85 88 Ogaard, Karen. 19, 1 1 1 ohae, Judy ................... 19', O' Keefe, Mrs. Julia ................ . 9 96 67 Ohlrogge, Ted .................,. 96 84 O'Keete, Molly.23, 44, 55, 80, 83, O'Keete, Pat ................. .44, O'l.Jeary, Miss Mary ............ 14, 94 Olm, Jerry .............. 24, 102, 104 Pep Club ........... Ligman, Altha ........ Liethen, Cleo ......... Liethen, Mary. .27, 41, Linskens, Joyce ....... Linzmeyer, Gene ..... Linzmeyer, Geraldine. Livermore, Miss Laura. . ' ssfsi. Livingston, Mary Kay ......... Loberger, Victor. Lockery, James ..... , Lockin, Robert. . . London, Dennis.. London, LeRoy. . . .-.1.4'. 1s'iii"1'1'2'i1a 1 1 .....l8 Meyer, Donald ................... 42 Meyer, Jim ........ ...... 4 2, 101, 111 eyer, John ................,..... 43 Meyer, Lynn ........,... 19, 116, 1 18 Olm, Kenneth ............... 19, 110 Olsen, Patricia ...... ........... 2 5 25 72 87 Olsen, William .... Olson, Ronald ..... .... , , . ........ 25 . . . .56-57 ' Mielke, Jim ...................... 24 Mielke, William.43, 50, 59, 61, 62, 66, 71, 76, 77, 79, 120 S Mignon, Ernest .... 19, 102, 109, 118 Mignon, Jean ....., 24, 68, 89, 96, 114 Mignon, Robert .......... ......... 1 9 Miles, Mar ......,.......... . .43, 94 87 S 86 24 41 97 ..... . . . . . . .24 Meyer,Tom......24,72, 79,112,117 18 7 18 95 18 18 Loos, Daniel ........ Loret, R er ..... Luebke,oDennis. . .....24 .....18 4111 fis, 725, 7 Luebke, Inez ,....., .....,.. 4 Luedtke, Carleton ..............,.. 24 Luepke, Joyce ............. 24, 69, 70, 71, 85, 97, 114 Lust, James ................... 24, 81 McBain, loan. .19, 54, 65, 66, 78, 79, 85, 88, 96, 97, 113 McCann, Evelyn .................. 4 McCarth , There a .............. 11 McClanalian, Garrett ..... ....42, 75, 87 93, 118 McDonald, Janice ................. 19 McDonald, Mary .................. 19 McEathron, Ann. . .24, 55, 69, 70, 71, 72, 75, 80, 88 89, 97 McGowan, John .... 42, 62, 63 64, 65, 70, 82, 83, 112, 113 McGraw, Mary .... 42, 62, 63, 66, 71, 79, 80, 83, 88, 120 Mclntyre, David ..... 19, 64, 72, 75, 78, 83, 111, 1 Mclntyre, Richard ................. McKechnie, Katherine ...... 24, 58, 83 McKee, Mary ....... 16, 19, 54, 67, 79 83, 88, 89, 96 McKennan, Miss Ruth .......... 13, 83 Maas, Marlene ................ 24, 74 Madden, Steve ........ ...... 2 4 Mader, Dave ..... ........ 2 4 Mader, Shirley ...... ....... 2 4, 92 Magdanz, Gail ...... ..... 4 l, 76, 94 Magnus, Mary ................ 24, 72 Mahloch, Beverly ................. 1 Mahoney, Don ...... 18, 103, 111, 11 Maldwin, Jim .....,.......... 18, 110 Milheiser, Charles .... .... l 9, 74 Miller, Alan .......... .......... 1 17 Miller, Ann ........ ......... 1 9, 77 Miller, Carol S. ........ 43, 66, 71, 84 Miller, Carol J. ........,.. 19, 24, 115 Miller, Dave ...,.. 19, 21, 54, 64, 66, 70, 79, 83, 112 Miller, Donald ............... 19, 110 Miller, Jerry .................. .... 2 4 Miller, LeRoy ..., .......19, 72 Miller, Mary ...... ...... 1 9, 115 Miller, Nancy .,.... ...... 4 3, 116 Miller, Sidney ...... ..... 4 3, 87, 120 j Miller, Yvonne ..... ............. 9 4 Mischke, Jo' ...,........,.....,... 43 Mislinski, Sharon ........ 24, 114, 115 Mitchell, Ken ................ 19, 113 Mitchell, Penelope .......,, 77, 82, 84 Mitchler, Virginia ...... 24, 72, 85, 96 Mittlestadt,. Robert ................. 19 Moede, Hans ..... 43, 65, 70, 100, 102, 104, 106, 118, 120 Monday, Marlene .............. 19, 77 Moore, Edward ................... 24 Morrissey, Laurel .......... 19, 70, 79, 83, 88, 89, 96 Mossholder, Deloris ............ 43, 94 One Act Plays ..... Oratory .......... ..... 6 0 Orchesis ......... ........... 9 0 Orchestra ..... ............. 7 5 Otte, David ...... .... 4 4, 61, 62, 66. 70, 71, 83, 89 Ottman, Jane. . 25 67 70 71 ' ' ' ' 721 82,1841 es' 114 Otto, Judith .......... .........25,76 Otto, William .........., 19, 102, lll Paalman, David ...... .........24,76 Paessler, Dick ...... 19, 103, 109, 118 Paessler, Peggy ...... .........44,95 Pagel, Janice ..................... 44 Paltzer, George ...... . .......... 44 Paltzer, Robert .................... 19 Partitt, Douglas ...... Pariseau, Mary. ....25, 98, 110 Park, Andrea.25, 67, 78, 80, 84, 91, 97 Parker, Jerry ............ 19, 110, 111 Parker, Steve ........ 111 Parkinson, Miss Ruth .......... .... 1 0 Pattee, Ronald .................. 110 Patterson, Eugene .......... 44, 74, 89 Paul, Denny. ..l9, 21, 54, 57, 68, 83 Paul, Judy ............ 22, 25, 27, 83, 90, 97, 113, 114 Pearman, Anne.l9, 54, 78, 83, 90, 96 Peckham, Linda ...... .........19,82 Pellegrini, Betty .... 19, 74, 79, 84, 114 Peot, Kay .......... . . Peotter, Joyce ........ Pep Band .......... ......,.25,115 .........44,94 ....,..73 ....96-97 Mueller, Janice ....... . ..... 24, 115 Mueller, Lee ............... ...... 2 4 Mueller, Louis ............... 52, 102 Mueller, Merle ............ 43, 76, 77 Mullen, John. . .43, 57, 61, 62, 63, 68, 71, 83, 89, 111, 120, 122 Munger, Bob ....... ,............ 1 03 Myse, Vonda .............. 43, 52, 86 Nabbefeld, Judith ..... ............ 2 4 Nagreen, Marcella ..... 19, 69, 91, 113 Nass, Richard ................ 24, 117 National Honor Society ........... 120 Nature Club ...................... 93 Nau, Glen ..........,., .... 4 3, 111 Persons, Phyllis. . Pesetsky, Leonard .... Peterman, Shirley Petersen, Robert ...... .. ..... 19,67 .........45,72 ......25, 81, 118 Peterson, Donald.. .19, 74, 87, 92, 103 Peterson, Richard ........ 45, 102, 118 Petit, Coleen ..... Piepenburg, Pat. . Piepenburg, Sue. Piette, Carol ..... Piette, Fred ...... Piette, Janet ...... .........25,80 .........45,72,83, 86, 97, 114 .. . . .19, 72, 79, 84, 97, 113 .25,80,115 Index . . . 133 . P' 1 1 1 viii , is 4 sl 2 Pieiie, Robert ...., .,.... 2 5, 27, 111 .. Pa a -. ultz, . . .... 4 5 ,95 Pinqei, Gayle ..,......, 45, es, 81, 84 , m , n.. ... ...... XM' x u e ...... . N. .. 0,92 Pirner, loan ............ 25, 82, 84, 94 o an ........... . . . . .. . 35 chu , Jam . ....... . . . , 103 Plach, Barbara ..,...., 19, 77, 97, 115 , ncy .... .1 7 , 15, 6 1 Sc , Lyle ..................... 20 Plach, Bill ..,.... .............. 4 5 Roloff, obert ........... . . . .. . ' tl S tz, Roger ........ 25, 76, 77, 110 Plach, Charles .................... 19 Root, Stephen ,..,.. , , I 7 c ultz, William ............. 25, 111 Plach, Jerry .....,................ 19 Rosenberg, Robert.. . . . . . .2 , 1 R hultz, Yvonne ........... . . .47, 115 Plamann, Diane ..........,. 45, 68, 76 Roth, Darlyne ....... . . . . . .1 9 chulz, Jerry .................. . . . 16 Plowright, Miss Elizabeth ....... 12, 67 Roth, Ioan ....,.,... . . . . . . .4 Schulz, Mr. Lester ......,.... . . 13, 65 Polisky, Judy. . .45, 58, 62, 63, 65, 66, Rothe, Jean .,.......... ........ 1 ' 1 Schulz, Sandra ................ 25, 92 71, 80, 83, 88, 120 Rubsam, Robert ...... .......... 1 9 Schulze, James. .25, 101, 102, 104, 106, Pollard, Bart ..................... 25 Rudie, Dale ........ . . . ....... 25 118, 121 Pollock, Lorine ....,,.. ....... 2 5, 114 Q Rudolf, Ellen ........ . .1 4, 79, 84 Schulze, Ronald .................. 25 POPP, Betty ...................... 19 D Rudetlf Jim ........... ..... ...... 2 5 Schumac , Evon ................ 47 Popp, Jerry ..................... gl n .... 0 -5 , 85, 88 chulna , Janice ........... .... 2 0 Posniak, Dorothy .......,. Cas, 68, un , Iohn .... 6 ............ 46 chum ue ...... 19, 59, 70, 72, 78 Potter, Jim. ...... 25, 7 75, , 1 use , Donna .. ........ Q .. ...25 c , Judith ........... . . . . . .79 Pribnow M . Walter ...... . ,... 11 sch, Ji .. ....... . . . ....... 25 arz, Judy. . .47, 72, 73, 75, 84, 93 sri k, Sh . .. . .... 45 Ru lTr,La rd. . 5 ,,....... 11 chwellgsg Kert ....... 25, 80, 113, 118 rin , ro . .1 ....,......... se , -4 .,.. ,........ c ott, nnis ..................... 47 Printing ub .,......... .... . .98 Russell, Ro .. . ........ .... 2 O Scribner, Mr. Charles ........., 11, 93 Prior, Mar'e ...... . . .... 19, 66 . Seeger, David .................... 25 Prockno ichard. ....... 19 1 Sach Qs .......... . . . ..... Seehawer, Rose ........,....... . . .25 Pruett, M ret. ....... 25. 6 , Sachs I adys. . , . . ...... . . . . 0 Seeliger, Margaret ........ . . . . .20, 77 P t 2 82, ch Marlen . . .... 46, 12, Sandra ....... .20, 66, 85, 91 , a ie ......... . . , , ager, net ........ . , i , rancis .................... 25 nam, Louise.45, 86 931, 78 1 , Saiberlic arilyn ..... 8 , gzidl, Pbaitriiiia. . .47, 69, 95, 96, 115 , , , , , , ims, r. yr on ................ 11 Salentine. lam . ..., 25, 1 111 Selig, Ruthie ....... 26, 66, 79, 83, 84, Quell ...... ....... 6 5 lm, Jo ce... ............ 4 , 15 89, 93, 97, 114 uel ugene .......... . . .... 4 Sa agtrie ..................... 25 Sell, Thomas ....... ........... 4 7, 76 a, Mary ....... 1 , 19 , 59, , Sa u w 1 'Q ing B ketball ...... 111 Selle, Jerold ......... ........... 7 4 O I 5265, 7 , 83, 89. 22 Salute? a -e .,Z2s5, 6 11 , 83, imrowqlwina ........ ..... 4 7 ui a cro ................. c a o, r ....... 5 .... nqstoc , ugene ..... .... . . .20 K' , jgcga , I . ..... fo t C 1 26112 Ssznior Class Play .............. 62-63 , ....... . ......... c a , one .... ....... . , niors ........... ............ 2 8-52 emach hn. ...25, 102, 1 e kee, ................ 20 Sense, William ............ 48, 72, 92 adio-For ho ....... . hafte , R' a 1 ......... 'i 75, 118 hannon, Sally ..... 48, 70, 72, 85, 93 adtke, A .... . . . . . 116 Schaffe , as ........ 20, 09, 116 heehy, Pat .... ...... 2 0, 79, 84, 112 F tk ...... .... 1 9, 77 Schei , aniel ............. ..... 4 6 nandoah, D iel ............ 93 ' erry ....... , 57, 65, Schied ayer, Sharon ........ 46, 76 She , Mary.. . ..... 20, 82 , 52, ea, 1 1, sehieie bein, Karen ............. 25 si , Barbar .2 71, 75, 79, ,. P Q, ,,.... .... . . . . 115 Schiller, Elaine ...... ........... . 5 84, 114 ' 1 ....... 19, 2 0, 111 Schimmelpfenniq, Ruth. .25, , 1 5 Si , Claird , ........... 20, 115 Ra Ja 2 . .25, 67, 72, , 5, 90, 96 Schindler, Lynn ...... . .20, 5 1 5 Sie ert, Elaine ................ 48, 95 Ray, Jim .... ........ . . 5, 105, 107 Schink, Beverly ..... ........ . ..25 Sim on, Karen .. .26, 56, 68, 83, Ray, Wayn . .........,....... 111 Schinke, Barbara ...,. .....,.. . 6 88, 91, 96, 114 Reck. Io l .. . . .Ge ....... 45, 95 Schinke, Donna .... . . . .20, 7 116 Sim n, Mr. Herbert ..... . . . . 14, 95 Recker, lames .... . . . ...... 25 Schinke, Ernest ........ ..... 2 , O Simo ith, ..... ........,.. . 84 Reed,1ihYY .......... .1s:-Qtr 54, as Schinke, Gefe1e11,1e.5 ,95, ll 115 sime , neth ..... ........, 4 8, 61 Reetz, France .. ..,.. 15. . .45 Schirmacher, Carol ..... . . .J . .20 7 Simon, Ronald ....... . . .27, 48, 78, Reeve, Jam . .. . , 1 111, 118 Schlude, Phyllis ......... ..... 2 1 18, 120, 123 Rehbein, George .... . , 75, 85, Schlueter, Dr. Rudolp ..... 12, 80, Simp n, Richard.26, , 87, 103, 111 3,102, 120 Schmalz, Katherine... 4 imps Wi1liam....2O,75, 110, 111 Rehfeldt, Dick ........ 5, Schmidt, Beverly ........ 46, 70, :1h.,o1 ............. .. .20, 81 Reigel, Charles ........ 19, 1 Schmidt, Carlyle.. . . . . ..... 25, kinne ary ............ . , . . . . .20 Reinke, Jean ...,., ........ . . .46 Schmidt, Carol ..... ..., 2 7, maxw Mary ...., ...... 2 6 Reinke, JOAUFI ----- ---- - e . , - 46 Schmidt, James .... . . . . . .46, 1 Smedlu - Janet. . . . . . 93 Reinke, Marqie .... ..-.4-. , Schmidt, Judy ........., ........ m edlu William ..... ..... . .26 Reitzner, Shirley ............... 25, Schmidt, Paul,. ...... . .. 0, 8 ith, - ........... , 101, 102 Relien, Steve .,.,.... 19, 74, 1 Schmiege, 27, 4 , , 62, 6 mith, -, ene .... ....... 2 0 Remmenga, Albert. ....... 25, , 87 , 82, 83, , 1, 96, 9 ith, lv :Q ......... ..... 2 6 Remmenga, Ruth .................. Q Schmirl Antoinette .,..... , 89, 114 Smith, K neth ........ . .... 26 Remter, Judith ----- 4'.---'---4--. S chm' aine ...... , ,............ 47 I ith, M' ne ...... . . ...... 10 Rendall, Beverly ..... ...... 2 5, 72, 75 Schmit, aril .................. 20 udde, an 1 ........ ......... 2 O Rer1da1l,Richard... -.... 25, 102, 111 Schmit, 1 ' m ............... 47,81 4- dde, te- ........ 26, O, 111 Peltier, Robert .................... 19 Schmitz, Go -e ............. 20, 103 ' mmers, ................. 26 Repfleff, Mr. Owen .,....,........ 1 1 Schneider - - eth .... 47, 72, 73, 87 o- omor S - ...... . . . . . . . . .54 R911 Sf, P6111 .-..--. - - ,----... 25 Schneide , -' ary .............. 47, 75 So homore ................ . . 16-21 Rettler, R099 -"" -'-4- 4 -,-. 2 5 Schneide arybell .. . ...20, 82, rensen, Ro lyn. . . , . . . . . .2 , 69, 96 Retzlaff, Patricia. . . ............ 25 Sch --- Virgirii ..... ...... 2 0, 7 ' uders, David .... 26, 70, 80 117 Rieker, Maryanne .,....... 16, 75, si, Sch ttler, Carl .. ............... 4 Qmg, Deli 4 .......... ........ 2 o 92, 93, 114 Scholl, Dan.. . .. .. ..... 20, 79, 93 1 nish Aw s ............ . .. .124 Rickert, Jack ...... .........,.... 4 6 Scholz, Janic ................. 47 S f'-1 ish Club. ........ ..... 8 2 Ri6d1, Miss Joann. . .............. 12 Schommer, ary. . .47, 76, 82, 84, 96 15 tor Awa .. . . . . ' . . . . 122 Riley, Charles .e--- 19, 55. 72, 75, 117 Schreib , Lloy ,..... .... 2 0, 110 -5: ce, Miss e e ........ 14, 94 Riley, Daril .... 25, 57. 55, 70, 76, 77. Schreit5,,rfBar r ..... 25, 85, 96, 114 f--: John. . ................. 76 80, 83, 89, 111, 117, 121 Schroder, Eliza et .... 25, 85, 97 --- sors .... ...... , ..... . .126 Rimple, Merl ..................... 19 Schroed r, Davi .. ..... 20, 82, 103 S ner, Vic 1. 6, 80, 83, 8 , 90, 96 Rifldl, DOUQIGS ---,.-....--. 19, 74, 92 Sc e , Dick ................ 20 1' wal er, S ' ........... ..... 2 6 Rindf, Roger ------------fe---.-.-- 19 Sc , Ellen .... ......... f , S , :P troh, .... 48, 93, 95 Riordan, William .................. 25 Sc er, James ................ 25 Spris er, Eliza .. ............. 48 Rippl, Lavonne ............ 19, 72, 75 Schroeder, ary . .... 20, 79, 85, 93 Stac Margar t .......... 48, 76, 115 Roberts, Gloria ........ 46, 67, 68, 71, , lores ................. 25 St r, ' athleen .... ........... 2 6 76, 77, 84. 93 Schuetter, David. , 7, 68, 109, 118 S - omas ............ 26, 72, 98 Robichaud, Miss Leone ....... . .14, 95 Schuh, Dolgis. .. .47, 69, 95, 116 t N o , C verly .......... 48, 76, 77 Roblee, Patricia ..... 19, 79, 84, 85, 96 Schuh, Janet .... ............... 2 5 St James ......,........ 48, 52, 87 Roeck, Charles """" - ' -.19, 97, 92 Schuh, Patricia ..... .... 2 0, 74, 116 St , Jean ......... 48, 76, 92, 93, 94 134 . . . Index , , ,H 'll ,!vf'A,,rf"v sb1f'p'12"' M, 0 ' t , az. , e r .. ..... gg!!! mgerggrl ...,........., so. 110 S ark, ..... ..20, 7 , 92 T iff, Dave ...... . .....,. 7 ndlan , Nancy .,...... 27, 72, 80, S rl: every... 4 ,76, 8 , 12 Turzinsk' Virginia . .... .... 5 76 84, 89, 91, 97 St k an . . ..... 5 .... . . . . . Tyv 1, as ........... ...... 6 I Wendt, Larry ................ .50, 98 er, ....... ..... .... 8 ' Wendt, Rodney ............., 50, 110 eenis anne. . ....... . .20 er, Do .... ....... ..... O W enzel, Michael ,,... 27, 80, 101, 102, Stef ,Euge . ...... . ..... ec er, e . ....... 5 , 76, lll, 118, 121 ns, Mary.. ... .. ..... 2 , , e e arle e ....... ..26, 81, Wereley, David ..... ..... . ......51 fens, e n .... . ...... . .4 U1 ng, .,.... . . .20, 104, Werner, Janice ..... ........ . . . .27 ege - es ..... .... . .... U llin , chae ..... 26, 70, 100, Werner, Ray ..... ..... 5 1, 76, 77 S191 .13 , Jams ...... : ,... .. lk, 102, 104, 118 wes1,1anne11e ...... ........ . .21 St ' 41-2 '--1 ' ia .... ..,... U rreta nri ........ 50, 80, 82, 84 est, John .......,.. ..... 2 7, 72 i In rg, 1 lliam. .. ...... . . .26 Ush Cl ............,...,... 88 f st, Richard .....,......... .. , . .21 tein vid ............ . , 76, 7 ts ig, ..26, 80, 83, 89, 91497 etak, Mr. Hubert ......... 14, 19, 59 St ' Q - , Maryl ...... 48 , 7 K Wheeler, Gene ....... ........ 2 7 -9 est, D' e .............. 4 9 V alwy , Marlene- ......,. 6X itman, Karen ................,. 27 S rnha , arily . 26, 7 , 96 V enberg, Floyi. ...... 50, ichman, Richard .......,.... 27, 117 Stev , R t .... 2 4, 10 a clenberg, Rita... ...... 20, 8 , 97 - Wi ann, Allen ...........,... . .21 , 0, 111 Vanden oog Carol., , 4, 112,? ' mann, Joanne.5l, 82, 83, 88, 90 Sti le, ....... . . . ..... . . . Vand o , Elaine... ...... 26, ickesbe Ramona. ... . . . . .27, 77 Stoc ....... ..... . .49, 11 Vande om, Willi ....... 4 Wiege n 's. . ........... .27 St osep ......... 6, Vanden euv ., .... . 2 Wilco , . ............ . . .27 Stoh an, A ...... . . . . 3 . Vanden Heuvel o r ...... W oyal .................. .21 Sto man, oy .... , 50 , 61, Vander Heiden, Charlene ...... 26, ilkin , udy.51, 55, 72, 88, 95, 96 62,, ,7 Vanclerlinden, Judy,., . .20, 74, 79, 85 Wil , Sue .... 27, 68, 72, 75, 80, Stormfe , 1 . .... .. Vander Linden, yllis ..... 0, 76 ' 84, 88, 89, 97, 121 Strader, Erv . ...... ..... . - , 11 Vanderl hy. . . .... 26, 13-Q er, Kenneth .............., . . .27 Strehmel, inde , 68, 72 , 93 Vander 1 n, Roxana ,... . . .. illiams, ' s Marjorie ...... 10, 68 Strieb , La n ..26, 72 7 , 75, 81 Van Dinter, Betty.. ........... ..95 Willi 4 ichard ....... ....... . .27 Stringham, .... . 6, 102, 118 Van Doren, ....... 102 'V Wil s, Sharo .. ............. 21 Strobl, Jam ....... ............ 2 6 Van Dyke, o . .... ...,... Zip Williamson, Ger me ......... 27, 96 Stroker, D' ne ...... ,20, 96, 114, 115 Van Dynhovenf aM .26, 74, 11 Jlllilz, Pang? .............. 27, 114 Strutz, Judy ..... . ......,... 49, 67 Van E ck, Darleen ............. 20, 79 ' Wink, Jam .......... 27, 56, 73, 81, Student Council ............. 70 Van gompel, Willard .... 20, , 111 ' 83, 92, 102, 121 Sturm, Cyril ...................... 26 Van Handel, Gene ........ ...... zq D W' er, Richard ................. 21 Sullivan, Mrs. Caroline ..... 14, 66, 95 Van Horn, James .... .. 6, 48, 65, rances.27, 78, 80, 85, 91, 96 Sullivan, Patricia ................. 49 71, 1 102 inter , Kenneth ....... .......... 2 1 Swanton, Louis ................ 26, 76 Van Lyssel, James .......... .... 2 6 ' rs, Sandra ........... 51, 68, 76 Sylvester Nielsen Award .... ..... 1 21 Van Lyssel, Janice.. . . . , 114, 115 Winters, Shirley... ..... . . . .51, 95 Taggart, Mary ............. 49, 67, 77 Talisman Business ..... .......... 6 9 Talisman Editorial ..... .......... 6 8 Tank, Jeanne ....... ..... 4 9, 72, 83 26 26 20 Treiber, John ............. 26, 85, 111 Trinrud, David ................... 20 Van Oudenhoven, Beg ..... 26, 74 Van Rooy, Geven .............. 20, 77 Van Rooy, Judy ........... 20, 76, 115 Van Stappen, Bill ................. 26 Van Stippen, Shirley .............. 21 Wehrenberg, Elizabeth 7 Weinberger, Lynn . . . .21 66 Witte, Mr. Werner .... Witter, Flora ......... Witzke, Janet ......... Witzke, Mr. Lawrence ..... 13, 65, 1 .9 , ............ 51 Witzke, David.27, 102, 111, 112, 118, 139 11 27 Zoelk, James .......... ....... 2 1, 109 Zordel, Marion .,.... 27, 69, 83, 88, 96 Tank, Sandra ...... .......... V an Wyk, David. . . . .' ....... 50 Witzke, Thomas ............... . . . . Taubel, Cathryn .................. Veitenhans, Jos .... . . . ...... 26 Wochos, Pau1a.2l, A55, 72, 84, 88, 96 Taubel, Evelyn ................... Velie, Joan... ...... . . . . 1 .... 6 Woldt, Stanley ......... . .21, 74, 103 Temple, Liz ........ 26, 55, 67, 71, 78, Verbrugg ni e .... ....... 6 Wolf, Miss Annabelle .......... 9, 70 80, 84, 88, 96, 121 r ch, es ...... ..... W olte, Alice ........... ......... 5 l Temple, Tom .............. ....... 2 0 a e e , Je . .. . ...... . . . Wolfe, Marie ........ . . . . . .51 Tennis ........................ en, id. . 26, 2' , 11 Wolff, Janice ....... ..... 2 7 Terror Band ............ ..... . .7 ilege o a . .2 , ,G 1 , 1 Wolf r , Nancy ..... ..... 2 7 Tesmer, Natalie ..... . . 79, 5, 6 e , r ..... I . . 6, W , Robert ..... ..... 5 1 Tessen, Earyl.. .. ........ 2 V e J ....... e 2, , W , C1 ...... ...,.51 Tews,Jim ....... ............... . .W izens " if . te ,J .... .......51 Tews, John ...... ........... . . V c , ar , .... .... 6 I oode 0 . ........ .27,111 Tews, Patricia .......... 26, , 96 ' s, ,y' .. 0 6 , , l, or Elle . ..... ...... 2 7, 76 Tha1ke,Joyce.25, 26, 69, so. , 1. .. . . , , ,P .... . 7, ao, 96, 114 Theisen, Robert ............... . . V Janic . . , 94 4, ll en er .. . ......... . . .27 Theisen,Susan ............. 0 ,Je .. .... .... 1,7 u rlc .. ...!.....27 Theiss, Terry ........... , 9, oll, J .2 , 89 6. 11 2 W rli R na ..... ..... 2 7 Tgegjl, george ......... .... 2 o , -- ,P e .... .. , 87 a dy ..... ....... .51 i rt, arvey ....... ..... . Thiel, Charlotte .......... .. 7 W , .. ...... . .2 ll Y y, Ja es... .. , 74, 110, 111 Thomas, Jimmy ........... . . . . te a . . . . . ..... , 6 an, John .... . . . .27, 87, 9 1 Thomas, Judith ..,........ . . . . t r, Shar .... .. .21, 4, onan, Sally. , ....... . . . . . Thompson, Allan .......... 2 , 9 key No ell. . 114, Thompson, Donald ............ 0 ank Shir ..... ..... , 79 Zak, Bob. .......... . .... 21 Thomson, Carl ................... r aro . ...... . . .2 , 115 Z nzi il m ......... ....... . 27 Thurber, Joyce ................. , er, Don d.. .... .... . 26 r ........... . , 79, 83, 89 Thurk, Janet.49, 67, 71, 72, 73, 23 ner Marjori .. , 6 , 2, en, Carol ...... ........ 2 1, 77 Thurk, Sharon ............... 26, 11 5, 1 0 ren, Gene.. . .... ....... . .27 Thyssen, Kenneth ................. 49 W et en. ...... . . .2 , 96 6 rbel, Arthu . , 3,J113, 116, 117 Tibbetts, Jay ........ . .... 20, 78 ,e e , udr ...... ...... 2 6, 76 Zimmer, r ..., . ............ 21 Tierney, Richard .... ..... 2 o, 111 JJ ,D ye.. ....... 21.96, ll fimmer oll. ....... ..21, 91 Tierney, TgOmiS ...... ..... 4 9, 111 er ..... .............. i mmer , Jdan . . . .51, 58, 62, 63, immers, ona d .................. 26 e ame . ............... 6 83, 86, 120 Tock, Angela ............. .... 2 0, 77 W r, .... . .0. . . . , 79 Zimmerman, John ..... 21, 79, 109, 117 Tock, Vincent ................. 21, 49 be , r ..... . . .50, 8 Zimmerman, Luann ........ 21, 74, 79, Tolleison, James ....... 49, 76, 100, 103 Weber, ta. 64, 83, , 9 ,297 1 83, 88, 113 rac ........... . .......... . . 10 Wegner, ......... .... 1 Zimmerman, Nancy ............... 51 Treiber, Dave ..... ...,...... 4 9, 70 Wegner, ay .............. 20, 62 Zimmerman, Mr. Vernon. .l1, 92, 103 ' . . . . , , 79, 85 88 96 Trinrud, Ramona .... 26, 71, 82, 84. 96 Troyer, John ............. 26, 81, 121 Troyer, Phil ................. 26, 121 Tumbling Club ...... ....,.... 1 13 . . Weiss,Donna..... 21, 97 Weiss, Jeanine ...... ........ 2 6, 72 Weiss, Nancy ..... ..... 2 7, 84 Zuelzke, Donald .............. 51, 117 Zuleger, Paul ................. . . . 118 Zwerq, James.19, 21, 56, 70, 78, 83, 89, 111, 113, 118 Index . . . 135 . s. P, 5 111: MH '- J f :,- V, rl :li W--if - 435' AA N 1, I 3 i 53.5, ' 3' 555. is , 5'-fl 'Q I mm Nrvuw :ig ff ' li , ' ..- 'x Rx' , 'Q :H ,F ---r.'-.-vv' -uq1qv---vy- --v 35 . " 11" vvvwxmvwrv--':".v5r1Qwr"'ggvv""'w-v 11-r'n'f y'3uggA'1'Wygyv L V l. ,J JSMWWQMW, bf WWW' M 136,-ysvp If ww W W Y, Mug, XL JV JGJLK WS' jc' 6p'lL 7Q'DgM5bg,fJQ,,f WW,jA W' Mfg W I Q . kfiufl xV5c9:fX'v- 4 Wir USQQP D ' G C30 05" 6 9:97 ' 'X N0 K. JVEPVIM A JQP9' NA X95 XL Q5 cb mo' ,ij W T550 by Bgejysgg db MMM M1 X Q -Milf? X at W 661' ml W Lg , A 25: 59 ml M 'ND . Aw? HL M if fwfr .fe Cigxffzm fx? My Ugg, fg5i?T:2ii17i Qs xnxx fgifkgfiiydd' J R JWPM M if ffww ,wif if iffy ZQLJXZQZ 55-3gE,Q if Wm JM 2 Qi? ww Egg? 3 WM J sz ' P-c Wi ,fw4 fM 1 jfs? 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