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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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Senior Class History
september 4 1032 found fifty Uwo w1de eved blushmg lfld1XldU81Q eager
for the opportunltxes offered by Brllhon h1,,h school Wltlnn a Few davs
class elect1ons were held and Frederxck Landmann was elected prcsulent
Before long we were obhhed to go throu h the dreaded or leals of 1n1t1at1on
Mlss Mlller and Mr Bade our clas advlsors helped us to Wm nrst plac
1n the Hallowe cn parade as Well as m tht sale of both Chrlstmas seals and
senlor class play tlckets Thus the ilrst year end d wlth our namt nobly
engraved upon the senlor class play tlcket trophy
At the begmmnb of our sophomore year our enrollment totaled forty SIX
Plmer Janke succeeded Frederlck as presldent and served 1n thms capaelty
for two years Th1s year no small amount of talent was d1scoxered and
dcxeloped The stars of the one act play Apostrophe In Modern Dress
were Jo eph K' 1b r and Arlm Groth wlule Flmer Janke had made the
first team m basketball and Donald Kuchl and Wllmer Rusch showed marl el
abxllty m the same held The most spectacular event however was oar
w1nn ng of the Bergandtr Trophy for the best all around scholarshxp
We entered our Jumor year wlth our membershlp st1ll totalxng forty slx
We unrnedlately b nan our study of J urnahsm and as a result two school
papers were pub 1S'lCd We control 1 both the basketball team and the
Forcnsncs Club and were also xepr ented ln the one act play The Lost
ink Hat Th1s year Mlss Shestock our class advlsor upervlsed th prom
w nth was a hune success Flmer .Ianke and Myrtle Bubolz were the rergn
Our class IQ now eompos l of thlrty four memb rs Althoubh death has
taken from o.1r mldst a dear clas mate Leo Yan Abel we shall always
r member lnm as a loyal and Worthv frlend and a member of the class of 36
Dolorls I3 nnke was elected presldent and Mr T tzlacf ela s advlsor
XVork vas beaun on the revlval of the Owl ot wluch Joseph Klelber was
appoxnt d cdltor The basketball team was pracueally compo ed of a
ohd enlor group Forensr s glee clubs and the band aban clam el
many The honor roll has Sc n such nam s a Nlary K Bedore Dolor s
E nnke Alce C trell I mer Ja ke G rtru le hlem r Jos th Kolb r
1' F1 k I and nann Mlldred Llndner Frane1s R nk Marg, Rexchel Fllon
Wolf and Roy VVolf
Throubh the efforts of 'ms Vlerrlll our cla s play wa a success Cla
N but and all other senlor sctnlt e dnl quallx as w ll Fmally on the
cu Draluauon our hope were r alla d VVe new bld B llnon H h Qchool
a fond farewell after hawng nob y played the game of hlbh hool cducat on
and b gun the game of hte Gertrude Klelb r
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FRONT ROW Louise Seaman Helen Enneper Elroy Buboltz Ellwood Lau Clarence
Tesch Willard Knoespel Myra Thle s n Lxllxan Buboltz
SECOND ROW Kenneth Stelnbach Flleda Brockmann Mxldxed Klelber Gxles Neff
Bernlce Greve Lucille Sterns Earl Behnke
THIRD ROW Bernice Barth Alfred Plll7l Myrtle Tesch Ruth Schneldel Fern Schubrmg,
Harold Nass Lor tta Laack Mr Tervscdoxx Advlson
FOURTH ROW John Bartz Dorothy Kanter Cletus Bed 're Howard Thlesscn Harold
Enneper Amta Becker Ifrancxs Eck r
'lhe members of the class of 38 began thelr first day of hlgh school
on a dull ralny mornlng September 4 1934 Forty one new faces looked
around some recognlzed old frlends Wlule many were total strangers to
the grourp There was llttle tlme to Slt around xdly and they all set to
worfk some earnestly and some thmklng xt was all to be taken 1n fun
About five weeks 1ater 1n1t1at1on came to these somewhat green fresh1es
The sophomores rldxculed them and the dxgnlfled senlors looked down on
them The freshmen seemed unworrxed by all of thls traxnmg and came
.thromglh the xmtlatlon all the better for the1r expeuence
Class officers were then elected Hofward Th1essen becommg pres1dent
Wlllard Knoesfpel vlce presldent and Dorothy Kanter secretary treasurer
Mr Tetzlaff was the class advlsor and can remember wlth amusement no
dowbt the CUTIOUS and sometlmes unanswerable questlons asked of hlm
The sophomore return party and other events now OCCUp16d the txme
and thought of these fr shmen and almost before they lfneav 1t wacatlon
was agam upon them
The class agaln ass mbled together ln Sept mber 1935 and after a few
days class. oflicers were elected Elroy Bubolz becom ng presldent Harold
Ivass vlce pr sxdent and Bermce Greve secretary treasurer Inltlatlon of
the freshmen was then thought of and carrled out very successttllly wlth
the help of Mr Temvedow the class advlsor Thls was followed by many
other events of a busy and h1g1ly mterestlng school year
Every member of the class was mtensely lnterested 1n the basketball
team espec1ally so no doubt b cause of the fact that three m mbers of
th1s class were on the team Howard Thxessen Harold Enneper and Frank
Ecker were those members and they have proved that they are a credlt
to Brllllon Hlgh School Loulse Seaman
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