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FRONT ROW Ruth Bastian Llese Lotte Lexehe Eugene Olm Harold Wolf Ross Zerg.
mann L nore Greve Marcella Ebenhoe
SECOND ROW Margaret Bellke Virginia Maertv Alma Ennepr Ethel King Irene
Thurow Garmin Behnke Vandora Fredrick Ruth Probst
THIRD ROW 'Vlr Bade Advisor Lawrence Urban Allen knoespel Harold Jooss Delbert
Lau Herbert Klelhorn Robert Eckcr Vincent Miller
FOURTH ROW Eugene Kosmosky Robert Schvvaller Herbert G user Gerald Kundlger
Albert Moehr Norman Moecker louis Prltzl David Dawson
On September 4 1933 a group of thirty seven green freshmen filled the
fresiman hcrne room After getting used to the daily routine they elected
their class officers Wlth Robert Ecker president Leo Joyce vice president
and Jean Remmel secretary treasurer Their class advisors were Miss An
sorge and Miss Nock 'Ilheir real inoculation into the atmosphere.of good
old Brillion High School however took place on October 6 with their ini
Jooss and Robert Ecker participated 1n band and David Dawson wagctive
in tralok Ross Zergmann Robert Ecker IJ nore Greve and Jean Remmel
represented the class in the Pep club and Ross Zergmann was an active
cheerleader 'lhe class left school at the end of the first year with a good
record behind them
During their sophomore year class officers were Gerald Kundiger PTBSI
d nt Garmin Behnke vice president Irene Thurow secretary treasurer
and Mr Bade and Miss Merrill were class advisors Ross Zergmann
Lawrence Urban Ruth Probst and Irene Thurow were elected to the Pep
club The class presented a successful Washington program Robert
Fcker took first place in oratory The class gave the freshmen an 1n1t1at1on
party which they havent forgotten to tlus day
At present the class officers are Harold Jooss president Irene Thurow
vice president and Carmin Behnke secretary treasurer Mr Bade is the
present class advisor The Prom given on the 24th of April was a big
success Harold Jooss prom king chose Carrmn Behnke as prom queen
The class has always been active in public doings in which the school
parucxpates For three years they took a first and a second in the annual
Halloween festival Some of the most active honor roll students of the
class are Robert Ecker Harold Wolf David Dawson Eugene Olm Marcella
Fb nhoe and Ross Zergmann Robert Ecker
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