Delavan Darien High School - Era Yearbook (Delavan, WI)

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Del ava n -D arien l lieli ScllOol Vol. 3,1960 Pditor: Chuck Vos Ass’t. lid.: Joan Smith Sponsor: Arthur Peters Business Mgr.: Kathie Skopec Art Editor: Albert PetersDEDICATION DELAVAN-DARIEN HIGH SCHOOL, DELAVAN, WISCONSIN Pictured above is not merely the physical plant of a fine school system, but in a broader sense, the epitome of the American ideal of education. This ideal, based on the concept that the youth of today will build and develop the America of tomorrow, requires that these young people be well trained and well educated. The farsighted citizens of the Delavan - Darien area, realizing this, have given the youth of their communities the greatest opportunity for educational advantage. It is to all the civic minded individuals of this consolidated school district that we, the graduating class of 1960, dedicate, with gratitude and pride, this annual. 2BOARD OF EDUCATION SEATED: C. II. Wilcman, Superintendent; Donald Beardsley, Cleric; Ralph Ackerman, President; Mrs. Henry I.auterhach, Director; J. Arthur Moran, Attorney. STANDING: Francis Lyons, Dr. Joseph A. Carroll, Treasurer. Members of the Delavan-Dorien High School Board of Education are conscientious, civic-minded, straight-thinking persons whose interest in public education and ability to make intelligent decisions have been recognized by their fellow citizens by election to the board. They are interested in high standards of education and pupil conduct. Following the establishment of the Delavan- Darien High School district by referendum on December 28, 1954, the election of school board members on March 15, 1955 resulted in Mr. R. E. Ackerman being named President; Mr. Donald Beardsley, Clerk and Dr. J. A. Carroll, Treasurer. During June of 1955 membership of the school board increased to five with the election of Mrs. Henry Lauterbach and Mr. Charles Gransee. In July of 1959 Mr. Francis Lyons was elected a member of the board. Mr. J. A. Moran has served as attorney for the district since its inception in 1955. Mr. C. H. Wilemon has been Superintendent of Schools since that time. 3ADMINISTRATION Office Staff: MRS. VAUGHN, MRS. YOUNG, MRS. KNIGHT. 4SPARKY, The Comet PRESENTS:AutogtaphsFACULTY STANDING: Mr. Scharfenberg, Mr. Scott. SEATED: Mr. Strassburgcr, Miss McCarthy, Mr. Spevacek, Mr. Brcidcnbach. STANDING: Mr. Huber, Mr. Holman. SEATED: Mr. Zimmermann, Miss Markowitz, Miss Butterfield, Mr. Clifton.TEACHERS SEATED: Mr. Christianson, Miss James, Mrs. Berkompas, Mr. Lahtinen. STANDING: Mr. Cox, Mr. Bell. SEATED: Mr. Romenesko, Mr. Pierson, Mrs. Arnold, Mr. Pieper, Miss Schoenemann. STANDING: Mr. Huckaby. 6TEACHERS SEATED: Mr. Houston, Miss Shunk, Mr. Meisner, Miss Johnson, Mr. Mourn. STANDING: Mr. Peters, Mr. Prahl. Mrs. Arnold — French Mr. Bell - Choir, Speech, Psychology Mrs. Berkompos - Physical Education, Health Mr. Breidenbach - World History Miss Butterfield — Business Education Mr. Christianson — Ind. Arts, Mech. Drawing Mr. Clifton - Algebra, Geometry Mr. Cox - General Science, Math Mr. Holman - Agriculture Mr. Houston — Latin Mr. Huber - English Mr. Huckaby — U. S. History, Journalism Miss James - Biology Miss Johnson — Home Economics Mr. Lahtinen - Citizenship Miss Markowitz — English, Business Education, Citizenship Miss McCarthy - Librarian Mrs. Mearns - Nurse Mr. Meisner — Metals, Drivers’ Education Mr. Mourn - Chemistry, Physics Mr. Peters - English Mr. Pieper — American Problems Mr. Pierson - Algebra, Trigonometry, Analytic Geometry Mr. Prahl — Business Education Webb Schultz Mr. Romenesko - Spanish, U. S. History Mr. Scharfenberg — First Aid, Health World History Miss Schoenemann — English Mr. Schultz — Drivers’ Education Mr. Scott — Speech Miss Shunk - Guidance Mr. Spevacek - Band, Reading Mr. Strassburger — German, Art Mr. Zimmermann - Physical Education, Health 7TEACHERS HAVE MANY INTERESTS MR. HOUSTON . . . BOOKS MR. SPEVACEK . . . MUSIC MR. CLIFTON . . . HUNTING MISS SHUNK . . . SPORTS MR. ROMENESKO . . . HIS FAMILY MR. PETERS . . . STARS 8SPARKY, The Comet PRESENTS:AutogtaphsPresident CHARLES B. VOSS "Chuck" "I’ve got so much to say, but your eyes keep interrupting me." Vice-President MARIE ANN MOSER "Moe" Opportunity knocks only once, but temptation bangs on the door for years. SENIOR CLASS OFFICERS Secretary SUSAN JANE KENNY "Sue" Full of fun and mischief too, doing things she shouldn't do. Treasurer MARY LOUISE MANNABERG "Mary" "Instead of a check, give me a 'Bill'." 9JAMES HENRY ALBERTZ "Jim" A lot of mischief herein lies, he is just one of our quiet guys. NANCY LEE ARKNZ "Nan” She’s pretty in two ways — pretty nice and pretty apt to stay that way. SENIORS ARTHUR CHARLES ANDERSON "Barf” "Night and Day? Is there a difference?” JANICE CECILE AMES "Jany” One with pep and lots of joys; first in the heart of country boys. MARIE EDITH BEHRENS "Marie” "All work and no fun is not the life for me.” TIMOTHY GAIUS BARKER "Tim” "Girls occupy a minor part of my time.” 10SENIORS PETER ROBIN BETZER "Pete” A little nonsense now and then is relished by the wisest men. DONNA MARIE BOLTZ "Donna” ”1 love to wind my mouth up. I love to hear it go.” SYLVIA ANN BLISS "Sylvia” Silent efforts move the world. JAMES ALBERT BRADFORD "Bushrod” Football man, track man. Last but not least, a ladies’ man. IIVINCENT JOSEPH CATALANO "Cat" "I’ve learned a lot — but not in school.” JANA MARY CORTINO "Jan” There’s always a streak of mischief in every little girl. seniors 1 Jw M fTTFNK CARLSON CHARLES BUG®".. ‘•Chuck "I’m real shy-‘H»st PATRICIA ANN CARROLL "Pat” "Happy go lucky, fair and free, nothing is there that bothers me. DAVE DANIELSON "Butch” As fond of dates as an Arab. MAURE "Witty and o py, (Lill of j 1, , she’ a fcftftd to Veryd .” 12SENIORS GLENN ALLEN DAVIDSON "Glenn” He’s a quiet and studious guy; if he succeeds we’ll know why. RONALD JOHN DESCHNER "Ron” "I wanted to be bashful, but the girls wouldn't let me.” THEODORE ARON DUNCAN "Dune” So innocent looking and yet—? BARBARA ANN ECHOLS "Barb” "Why aren’t they all contented like me?” FRED J. ESCHEK "Fred.Fh. D.” "One can’t know everything, so why ask me?” 13SENIORS C.AYE ANNETTE FLAHIVE "Gaye” It’s nice being natural when you’re naturally nice. DONNA ALICE FORD "Shorty” A little girl with lots of questions. DAVID FREITAG "Dave” Not so bashful yet full of fun; takes life on the average run. 14SENIORS MARYANN LUCILLE HALLBERG "Hall" Better to be little and shine than be big and cast a shadow. JUDITH CAROLYN HANSEN "Smokey" "I'yc got a mind of my own, and it takes more than a teacher to change it." ROBERT HENRY HELLER "Bob" "I haven't let a girl pin anything on me since I was a baby." 15SENIORS ROBERT JOHN HUBER "Bob” He doesn’t hurry, but he’ll make it. ROBERT FRANK JACOBS "Jake” "A person who never made a mistake never did anything. BARBARA JEAN KEYZER “Barb” She practices the habit of being quiet. DOROTHY ANN HIPP "Dottie” Full of fun and full of pep, ready to do what needs to be done. DONALD WILLIAM KILKENNY ••Log” ”A person can be intelligent without being smart.” CHARLES LEIGH KAYE “Chuck” Never silent, never quiet, wherever he is, there s a riot. 16SENIORS RUBY-ALICE KLUMPH "Ruby-Alice” A very nice girl; She’ll do what you ask, whatever the task. ERNEST AI.GOT KOOISTRA "Ernie" "A gentleman is a patient wolf; I’m in no hurry." MICHELE KAY KNECHT "Michele" Full of pep, ready to go, that’s what makes her chatter so. RUTH ARLENE LEDERER "Ruthie" "Only weeds grow tall, so I stay small.” TERRELL LYLE KNOTTS "Terry" "Don’t worry about tomorrow; think of the fun we’re having today." MICHAEL HARLAN LEVIN "Mike" More bounce for every ounce. 17SENIORS LARRY GLEN McDONOUGH "Little Lar" "I like girls and all their chatter, but none makes my heart go pitter-patter." HOLLY JO LOUDENBECK "Jolly Ho" "How can I study with something more interesting on my mind?" BILL MAACK "Bill" "Don't worry. I'll do something clever yet. SANDRA LEE LYONS "Sandi" "To be quiet is to be good, but it's awfully lonesome being good.” WM. ALFRED MANNABERG "Ace" "Do I look worried?" JOANNE JOYCE LOS "Jo" "I’ve never been hurt by anything 1 didn't say." 18SENIORS BONNIE JO MERRILL "Bonnie” Winning is her way and pleasant is her smile. CAROLE ANN MORGAN "Carole” Keen sense, nonsense, and room for common sense. DOROTHY ANN MILLER "Dot” She has two eyes so sweet and brown, hut boys, look out; she'll nail you down!SENIORS JOHN RICHARD OLSON “Dick” “I like a girl with a good head on my shoulder.” WILLIAM THOMAS RAMBOU "Will” ”1 never thought to chink” WILLIAM RINY PASCHONG "Mr. Paschong” "Your ignorance cramps my conversation.” DENNIS IRVING RAMMIEN "Den” Men, like bullets, go further if they’re smooth. 20 WILLIAM CHARLES PERRY "Bill” "Who. me, go steady?” BETTY JANE ROBBINS "Bette” Twinkling eyes, dimpled grin, radiant happiness from within.SENIORS JEFFREY MICHAEL ROTH MRoach” “Let’s sec, was I getting up or was I going to bed?” JUDITH ANN SCHAR1NE “Judy” "Tomorrow holds no fear for me.” RICHARD ARTHUR SCHIRKR “Dick” "My schooling really has done me no harm, but I feel safer on the farm.” KATHLYN BETTY ROWE "Kay” Bashful and quiet, but when given the chance, she’s a riot. DELORES RIVIERA RUFFALO "Dee” Dee’s a gal who never will fail, dark, merry and gay, she is after her male. JAMES EDWARD SCHOLLE '•Shell” They thought it was a halo, but it really was a smoke ring. 21SENIORS KATHLEEN ELIZABETH SCHOLLE "Kathy” Just like candy, half sweet and half nutty. BARBARA JANE SCOTT "Barb” Not too serious, not too gay; A mighty fine girl in every way. LOIS EMMA SCHUETT "Lo” For everyone — A wish that is kind and true.MARY ANN STEWART "Mary" Silence is Golden. SUSAN JOANN STIRMEL "Sue" Small in stature, but big in heart. A jolly, friendly, peppy gal, just the sort you'd want for a pal. She’s the shy type; you have to whistle twice. SALLY JOANNE TALLMAN "Sal” "I came to school to get an education, but look what I got.” ■ 23SENIORS THOMAS C. THEOBALD "Big Stick” "There are people that come to school to work and then thete's me.” i I URSULA MARTHA THIERSTEIN "Ursula” She has a cheerful disposition that spreads like fire. ROBERT LEON THOMAS "Bob” "I'm not as bashful as I look.” NEAL ROGER UNDERHILL "Undy" "If school is liberty, give me death.” MARJORIE M. VANHORN "Marge” Quiet and shy? Look again. CHARLOTTE ANN VIEDEMER "Char” "I’m not interested in boys or fame; a mere diploma is my aim. 24SENIORS TRUDY ANN WEIL AND "Trudy” Someone nice to know. THEODORE HAROLD WENZEL "Weasel” "Tomorrow holds no fcar for me.’ PATRICIA ANN WHALEN "Pat” Her smile reflects her personality, her friends, and her popularity. GORDON JOHN WILEAR "Skin” "School is a place built to keep teachers off the street.SENIORS ■ RICHARD YOUMANS “Dick” "My life is my own; I like it as I like it." VICKI LEFIA WINTER "Hey You" Joking and laughing the live long day to her is the best and happiest way. DENNIS MARVIN BERG "Hawk" A man of few words and many devices. 26THE SENIOR SCENE Ursula Thierstein, Pam Galgano, Dorothy Miller Janice Ames Jim Bradford. Tom Theobald, Bill Klaske, Jeff Roth, Chuck Anderson Chuck Kaye, Larry McDonough 27THE SENIOR SCENE Jim Borg Barb Stewart, Bill Mannaberg Bob Thomas, Jack Hallberg, Larry Spitz Larry McDonough, Bill Kilkenny. Jim Scholle, Bob Huber, Gordon Wilear, Chuck Kaye, Bill Perry o - William Paschong, Lorn a Hair, Jim Scholle 28SENIOR WILL JIM ALBERTZ wills the diving board to Keith Klawes. JANICE AMES wills her ability to get up at 5:00 in the morning to Toni Kilkenny. CHUCK ANDERSON wills his briefcase to Donna Bellman. NANCY ARENZ wills her 5 2M, eyes of blue to Kay Robinson. TIM BARKER wills his crew cut to Don Eichman. MARIE BEHRENS wills the abilty to walk back to school at noon in less than ten minutes to Cathy Slack. PETER BETZER wills his drum majoring ability to Jack DuBois. SYLVIA BLISS wills her library of romantic fiction to Leonard Logterman. DONNA BOLTZ wills her muscular legs to Rita Curry. JIM BORG wills his '59 Impala to the mercy of Bonnie Boltz. BILL BOUTELLE wills his “neat" shoes to Darryl Brewer. JIM BRADFORD wills his seriousness in class to Ron Paknik. VINCE CATALANO wills his French Book to anybody who likes to sleep. CHARLES CARLSON wills his seat in the back of the bus to the girls on bus number 3. PAT CARROLL wills her pixie hair cut to the Robb Twins. JANA CORTINO wills her height to George Woodard. MAUREEN CUMMINGS wills her study habits to Leonard Logterman. DAVE DANIELSON wills his seniority job at the Grocery Basket to George Woodard. GLEN DAVIDSON wills his smooth technique at Craig's to Don Beresh. RON DESCHNER wills his school to his kinfolk. NANCY DEVOY wills her love of school to her cousin, Frank Devoy. TED DUNCAN wills his ability to attract the opposite sex to Joan Smith. BARBARA ECHOLS wills her long hair to the beauty parlor. FRED ESCHER wills his Don Juan ability to Kent Brahe, his scholastic ability to Sue Schipper, and his fullback position to Ralph Neumeier. GAYE FLAHIVE wills her curly hair to anyone who can tame it. JkJ 29SENIOR WILL DONNA FORD wills Paul to Mary Ann Knight. DAVID FREITAG wills his crash club membership to Gene Mustin. PAMELA GALGANO wills her love of the Volkswagon to Bobbie Olsen. PATSY GASCH wills her long legs in gym to all the short Junior girls. VIRGINIA bLAZIK wills her quiet nature to Kathy Bruce. RICHARD GUNDERSON wills his Oldsmobile to Sikes Motor Sales. LORNA HAIR wills her ability to concentrate in class to Toni Kilkenny. JACK HALLBERG wills his high IQ to any teacher who needs it. MARYANN HALLBERG wills her ability to say the wrong thing at the right time to Ron Holsman. JUDY HANSEN wills her loyalty to the Cubs to Joyce Rieser. ROBERT HELLER wills his dropped out transmission to Chuck Anderson. DOROTHY HIPP wills her natural red hair to Becky Britt. ROBERT HUBER wills the Halloween pranks back to the witches. ROBERT JACOBS wills his job to Terry Reimer. SUE KENNEY wills her swimming ability to Joan Smith. BILL KILKENNY wills his motorcycle to Rolfe Egenes. CHARLES KAYE wills his ability to manage the “A” football team to Albert Peters. BARBARA KEYSER wills her swimming ability to anyone who needs it. RUBY-ALICE KLUMPH wills her ability to sew to Mary Ann Knight. MICHELE KNECHT wills her California ways back to the movie stars. TERRY KNOTTS wills his milk break to Tom Skelton. ERNIE KOOISTRA wills his yellow pants to Dick Quast. RUTH LEDERER wills her “Good Gussie" to people who find it necessary to swear. MIKE LEVIN wills his more bounce per ounce to someone who can use it as well as he has. JOANNE LOS wills her quietness in class to Jim O'Donnell. 30SENIOR WILL HOLLY LOUDENBECK wills her yellow Convertible to anyone who can pay the gas bill. SANDI LYONS wills her "black” hair to Jeananne Morissy. LARRY McDONOUGH Wills his motor scooter to Sue Nauseda. BILL MAACK wills his title of king to anybody that can handle it twice. MARY MANNABERG wills her sense of humor to any one who can control it. BILL MANNABERG leaves muttering something about the senior English teacher. BONNIE MERRILL wills her make-up to Linn Gregg. DOROTHY MILLER wills her queenly ways to next year’s Junior Prom Queen. CAROL MORGAN wills her dimples to Verl Bridges. BARBARA MORSE wills her farming ability to Sandi Polasik. MARIE MOSER wills her acquaintances with out of town boys to the out of town girls. KAREN MOUM wills her acquaintance with foreign countries to next year’s AFS student. RENE OBEAR wills the friendliness she found at DDHS to all future newcomers. DICK OLSON wills his Volkswagen to Larry DuBois. WILLIAM PASCHONG wills his argumentative prowess to James Foreman. BILL PERRY wills his shyness to Bob Greene. WILLIAM RAMBOW wills his ability to run the film projector to Mr. Pieper. DEN RAMMIEN wills his hot convert to Sue Peterson. BETTE ROBBINS gives her name back to the birds. JEFF ROTH wills his vocabulary to Bonnie Templeton. KATHLYN ROWE wills her ability in gym class to anyone who wants it. DELORES RUFFALO wills her laugh to anyone who can handle it. JUDY SCHARINE wills her Regimen tablets to Michelle Scheurell. DICK SCHIRER wills his ability to charm the freshmen girls back to the freshmen boys. JIM SCHOLLE wills his quietness in class to the quiet study halls. KATHY SCHOLLE wills her ability to keep a job in the dime store to Betsey Gibson. 31SENIOR WILL LOIS SCHUETT wills her doy-dreaming ability to anyone who can use it. BARBARA SCOTT wills her AP book to the Salvation Army. SANDRA SIKES wills her Plymouth to Mike Fagan. LARRY SPITZ wills his build to next year's football team. GEORGENA SPOERLE wills her energy pills to Diane Semmerling. JOAN STAFFORD wills her knack for getting two lunch hours to anyone who can swing it next year. BARBARA and MARY STEWART will their ability to confuse the teachers to the Williamson twins. SUSAN STIRMEL wills her athletic ability to Sue Granzo. JOHN SUFKA wills his ability to talk in class to Mike Canady. SALLY TALLMAN wills her freckles to Kathy Bruce. TOM THEOBALD wills his profile to Bob Garber. URSULA THIERSTEIN passes on her diplomatic charm to the next AFS student. BOB THOMAS wills the FFA to Ralph Neumeier. NEAL UNDERHILL wills his genius for keeping out of mischief to Tom Fagan. MARGE VANHORN leaves her long fingernails to Mr. Bell. CHUCK VOSS leaves his Senior Class Presidency and Editorship of the Era to anyone who can handle both jobs. CHARLOTTE WIEDEMER wills her class pin to anyone who wants it. TRUDY WEILAND wills her Chemistry II book to anyone who can tackle it. TED WENZEL leaves his crew cut to Dick Frank. PAT WHALEN wills her athletic ability in GAA to next year's members. GORDON WILEAR leaves________ VICKI WINTER wills her long hair to the Durka Twins. RICHARD YOUMANS wills his camera equipment to anyone who can use it. 32THE GOOD OLD DAYS Have you heard the latest? The Stewart Twins But I’m not 16 yet Dorothy Hipp Wanna fight? Delores Buffalo Showdown at O. K. Corral Dicky Youmans, Jacky Hnllbcrg, Chucky Voss Look at the birdie Donna Ford 1 t Bashful? Joanne Los ( - What, me embarrassed? Jack liallberg Buttons and Bows Ursula Thierstein I 33 THOSE TENDER YEARS Sure, I’m Distinguished Tom Theobald Pretty-Please Carole Morgan No, I Don’t Wanna Play Ruby Alice Klumph W W I Don’t Believe You Lorna Hair I Dare Yn Jim Bradford Hi Ho, Silver! Bill Kambow Here They Come! Dick Youmans I Didn't Do It. Bob Thomas 1 Don’t Like It Here Marge Van Horn 34 '•The Gang” Sandy Sikes, Sue Kenney, Pam Galgano, Pat CarrollREMEMBER WHEN? Whaaaat? Patsy Gnsch Did someone say smile? Mary Ann llallbcrj; Man of the World Glenn Davidson Holy Cow, Junior Prom’s only two weeks away! Karen Mourn The Texan Chuck Carlson Home on the Farm Ernie Kooistra HI, There! Holly Jo Loudenbeck ' I Don’t look now. but......... Saudi Lyons and Joan Stafford 35LITTLE NUTS Gypsy Rose” Viki Winters "What a Surprise!” Sandi Lyons Meanwhile, Back On The Farm Sue Stirmcl William Paschong "W'ho? Me?” Bette Robbins 36WHO'S WHOWHAT'S WHAT QUIETEST Charolecte Weidemer and Dave Frietag MOST AMBITIOUS BEST DANCERS Sue Stirmel and Fred Escher MOST HUMOROUS Nancy DeVoy and Dick Gunderson Pete Beczer and Sylvia Bliss 38SPARKY, The Comet PRESENTS: The UndetckssmenAtifogtaphsJUNIORS FRONT ROW: Carole Benkovic, Donna Bellman, Beckic Britt, Bonnie Bolt , Bernice Bartelt. SECOND ROW: Robert Behlman, Irvin Beier, Wayne Brown, Kent Brahe, Don Bcresh, Darryl Brewer. BACK ROW: (.buck Anderson, Vcrylc Bridges, Rich Boutellc, Ron Armantrout, Joe Bell. FRONT ROW': Margaret Fleming, Sue Deschner, Joanne Delaney, Sue Gallagher. SECOND ROW': Geneva Coehoorn, Bruce Cutting, Kathy Bruce, Paul Francis, Theresa DeWolfe. THIRD ROW: Judy Christiansen, I.arry Bushc, Sheryl Craig, Carole Ellis. BACK ROW': I.arry DeBois, FTank DeVoy, Jim Foreman. J+JZ 39JUNIORS FRONT ROW: Betsy Gibson, Patti Graber, Lynn Gregg, Millie Hnllberg. SECOND ROW: Jerry Henning, Dick Hackbarth, Dorothy Hcminover, Pat Goodgcr, Velma Hnmmcrstrom. THIRD ROW: Dick Hummel, Chuck liasz, August Grcidanus, Richard Gransce. LAST ROW: Dick Hnllett. Rolfe Egenes, Ron Holsmun, Bob Greene, Mike Hayes. FRONT ROW: Toni Kilkenny, Joyce Jones, Alberta Krause, Mary Ann Knight. SECOND ROW': Larry Lindloff, Judy Jordan, Nancy Lipps, Chuck LeRettc, Joe Jones. THIRD ROW: Jon Kempken, Keith Klawes, Wallace Jensen. Mary Beth Lang. LAST ROW: Lonny Liddle, Leonard Logterman, Dave Koepnick. 40JUNIORS FRONT ROW: Sue Nauseda, Lillian Meyer, Audrey Meyers. Dorothy Mawhinney, Shirley Oberla. SECOND ROW: Rheta Merrill, Janice Los, Joe Neumeier, Steve Mestan, Sandra Morgan. Joy Meyer. LAST ROW: Jim O'Donell, Mike McSorley, Ron Nordstrom, Gene Mustin, Elaine Los. FRONT ROW': Barbara Olson, Susan Johnson, Joyce Riescr, Karen Olsen. SECOND ROW: Julie Rosenwing, Sally Roe, Judy Rogers, Dandy Polasik, Darlene Robb. THIRD ROW: Harold Miller, Jim Reed, Irene Peters, John Richter. LAST ROW: Frank Panaczek, Dick Popp, Albert Peters, Kay Robinson, Jeff Olson, Ron Paknik.JUNIORS FRONT ROW: Marilyn Sliker, Joan Smith, Michelle Scheurcll, Diane Semmerling. SECOND ROW: Cathy Slack, LaVon Scholl, Sue Schipper, Sandy Steinbiccr, Mary Ann Seely. THIRD ROW: Dave Schirer, Jerry Stangler, Jim Snuddcn, Sandy Schaucr. LAST ROW': Bob Speri, Tom Skelton, Larry Schut, Lee Schrnmski, Gerald Stimpfl. FRONT ROW': Sandy Thomas, Jim Sturtevant, Carol W'ilkins, Barb W'ilear. SECOND ROW: Fred Baun, George W'ilkins, John Yungcrman, Evelyn Swcts, Karen Uhen. THIRD ROW': Barb Willard, Judy Truckenbrod, Carol Wendorf, Allen Vegtcr. LAST ROW': George Woodard, Dave Stuver, Ronald Vcgter, Pat Varoni, Pam W'oodford.SOPHOMORES I-RON! ROW: Robert Betzer, Shirley Brown, Bonnie Ames, Linda Cartagena, Kay Delaney. SECOND ROW; Rosemary Evans, Judy Danielson, Judy Elstad, Jackie Beresh, Pat Brown, Dorothy Dutton. THIRD ROW: Ronald Egenes, Mike Fagan, Dick Alder, Bob Egenes, Jeff Anderson. FOURTH ROW: Barbara Escher, Rita Curry, William Bates, Dennis Berg, Jerry Benson, Gene Bakko. FRONT ROW': Diane Hartman, William Gehrand, Carmen Harvey, Sue Grair, Gerald Giieter. SECOND ROW: Gordon Hirsh, Diane Gehrand, Ronnie Henriott, Sue Granzo, Michael Hembrook, John Goodgcr. THIRD ROW: Kay Huckaby, Margo Gregg, JoAnn Gasch, Michelle Hugg, Roseannc Hertz. FOURTH ROW: Jane Hankins, Jerry Huguer, Thorne Hollister, Larry Huisheere, Dick Grair, Richard Huber. 43SOPHOMORES FIRST ROW: Joan Langncs, Judy Johnson, Marianne Keegan, Sheila Kline, Para McGee, Elizabeth Logterman. SECOND ROW: Bernard Leslie, Arlene Los, Carolyn Johnson, George Kachinski, Ardcll Klug, Donna Kavanaugh, Carol Lonze. THIRD ROW: Nancy Marfell, Marjorie Lock, Louise Kaiser, Marlene Kline, Bob Ludowise, James Senling. FOURTH ROW: FIRST ROW: Jane Pricm, Jeanannc Newman, Suzanne Peterson, Pat Michols, Ralph Ncumeier. SECOND ROW: Gladys Millard, Karen Miller, Ronald Morgan, Donna Peterson, Penny Nickel, Carolynn Oertel. THIRD ROW: David Olson, Cheryl Moon, Linda Patterson, Richard Pegg, Bill Moyle. FOURTH ROW: fiugene Parsons, Murray Nelson, David Perry. 44SOPHOMORES FRONT ROW: George Valerid, Barbara Sundberg, JoAnn VanAcker, Enid Speri, Charlene Scott. SECOND ROW: James Robinson, Wendy Pctcrmann, Charlene Robb, Margaret Trcwyn, Linda Scully, Marcia Rambow. THIRD ROW: Dorothy Schieve, Paul Shimkus, Leon VanAcker, Bob Teubert, James Schlieger, Kathie Skopec. FOURTH ROW: Richard Qunst, Darrell Stickney, Larry Smith, Dwight Underhill, Terry Reimer. FRONT ROW: Bonnie Zoellncr, Lynn Winter. Richard Weiland, Donnu Vance, Glenda Zahm SECOND ROW: Judy Wiedcmer, Valgene Winn, Lois Welch, Gene Williamson, Diane Zitko, Rachel Wileman. THIRD ROW: Gordon Wallher, Jerry Williamson, David Zarnstorff, Alan Wilson, Heidi Wcrfelmann. FOURTH ROW: Marilyn Verhoef. Rita Westerberg, Dick Werbel, Bill Wagner, Bill Youmans. Edwin Wincapaw. 45FRESHMEN FRONT ROW: Sharon Daniels, Margaret Boutelle, Phyllis Dnntone, Jean Bradford, Penny Austin. SECOND ROW: Nancy Dchn, Gary Berg, Mike Bell, Kathy Davis, Mary Carroll, Janet Cordon!. THIRD ROW: Elizabeth Canady, Alice Anderson, Barb Byrnes, Terry Bridges, Bcv Byrnes. LAST ROW: Bill Blakely, Raymond Blake, Mike Canady, Kevin Davis, Wolfgang Beresh, Ken Cogar, David Beyrel. Bob Busche. FRONT ROW: Maria Galgnno, Ann Gramcs, Debby Gibson, Jill Gant, Sharon Dcmcrc, Anna Mac Eichmnn. SECOND ROM: Betty Gleason, Sandy Deschner, Sheri Fcliin, Jim Fenn, Richard Dudeck, Nancy Derka, Dan Gibson. THIRD ROW: Sharon Derka, Pat Derka, Janie Figahs, 1'om Fagan, Art Dibble, Nellie Ganscr. LAST ROW: Mary Ducsterbeck, Gary Graves, Virgil Gorgos, Wynne Freitag, Clarence Ganscr, Doris DeLap, Dick Duvall. 46FRESHMEN FRONT ROW: Joanne Kohn, Allan Jones, Barbara Hendrickson, Judy licjhal, Ruth Ingersoll, Karen Hann. SECOND ROW': Shirley Hiemstrn, Phillip Johnson, Todd Kelsey, Doug Hipp, Bob Heiligenthnl, Jim Jones, David Kniep. THIRD ROW’: Judy Klevin, Adrienne Hair, Cynthia Kilkenny, Ida Greidnnus, Virginia Keyzer, Edith Klumph. LAST ROW: Karen Kerber, Ronald Hann, Phillip llesbeck, Ron Halsted, Louise Johnson, Sandra Johnson, Jim Hays. FRONT ROW: Judy Morrison, Mike Lucchcsi, Susan McCullough. Jennie MeSorley, Jean Morrisy. SECOND ROW': Joan Morrison, Louise Lange, Linda Long, Christine l.undbcrg, Larry Malsch, Carolyn McDonough. THIRD ROW: Pat Laney, Janet Koepnich, Sue Milne, Jamie Langton, Dennis Muller. LAST ROW: Mike Metzinger. Ken Kramer, Jim l.angnes, Pat McGlade, Dick Kuhnke, Ken Lederer, Ron Logtcrman. 47 FRESHMEN FRONT ROW: Frances Peterson, David Neher, Steve Spoerle, Linda Pyka, Virginia Stewart, Jane Sikes. SECOND ROW: John Sliker, Bob Smith, Jean Poilak, Shirley Pohl, Mike Roherty, Karen Schnick, Tom Scott. THIRD ROW: Ray Sawyer, Ben Rowe, Bobbi Olson Sandy Peterson, Sherry Savage, Lois Stcrken, Larry Olsen. LAST ROW: Terry Ruffalo, Jane Kubeck, Mary Smith, Larry Neely, Dan Skelton, Gary Randall, Larry Rucgger. FRONT ROW: Barb Woods, Faithe Thicring, Bonnie Wilkins, Irvin Waterstreet, Gary Wheeler, Jerry Stardy. SECOND ROW: Bob W'inklcy, Frank Vanllorn, Jim Todd, Bernard Williams, Allen Williams, Warren Sundberg, Ray Tucker. THIRD ROW: Diane W'ippich, Pat Williams, Karen Truckcnbrod, Dorothy Williams, Gary Wright, Gary Uildriks. LAST ROW: Bill Thompson, Bcv Verhoef, Charles Stimpfl, Tom Zoldan, Marilyn Thompson, Doug Weiss. 48SPARKY, Leader of ActivitiesAoto$nphsALL KINDS OF PEOPLE 49STUDENT COUNCIL OFFICERS Secretary, Barbara Willard; Treasurer, Toni Kilkenny; President, Donna Boltz; Vice-President, Mike Mayes. The student council, organized for the betterment of the school and students, represents the voice and opinions of the student body. The council consists of representatives from each of the four grades, elected in the social studies classes. Some of the projects undertaken for this year were bookcovers, pennants for the gym, and the handling of the school’s canteen. Mr. Lathincn, Advisor 50STUDENT COUNCIL STANDING: Ron Deschncr, Maureen Cummings, Sylvia Bliss, George Woodard, Ursula Thierstein, Den Rammicn, Sandy Steinbiccr, Pete Betzer, La Von Scholl, Jim O’Donnell, Karen Olsen, Judy Scharine, Judy Rogers, Bill Kilkenny. SEATED: Jim Borg, Barb Willard, Donna Boltz, Mike Hayes, Toni Kilkenny, Myrt Klaske, Joe Bell. STANDING: Pam McGee, Tom Fagen, Barb Sundberg, Kevin Davis, Dick Duvall, Rachel Wileman, Bill Moyle, Judy Danielson, Louise Kaiser, Steve Spoerle, David Perry, Barbie Burns, Bill Wagner, Sherri Fellin, Mike Fagan, Cynthia Kilkenny, Bob Busche, Karen Schnick. SEATED: Arlene Los, JoAnn VanAcker, Kathie Skopec, Jean Bradford, Louise Lorige, Jamie Langton. 51ANNUAL FRONT ROW: Susan Johnson, Kathy Skopec, Joan Smith, Chuck Voss, A1 Peters, Charles Has .. SECOND ROW: Barbara Byrnes, Rhetn Merrill, Barbara Stewart, Joanne Van Acker, Marge Van Horn. Valgene Winn, Toni Kilkenny, Bill Mannabcrg, Chuck Kaye, Bill Youmans. BACK ROW; Dick Hummel, Pat Varoni. Editor: Chuck Voss Assistant Editor: Joan Smith 52DEADLINE COMING UP! Chuck Voss, Dick Hummel Marge Van Horn, Rheta Merrill, Toni Kilkenny, Barbara Stewart Joan Smith, Chuck Voss, Sue Johnson Valgcne Winn, Kathy Skopec Pat Varoni, Bill Mnnnnberg, Barbara Byrnes Sue Johnson JOURNALISM 1 f I SITTING: Sandra Morgan, Susan Johnson, Donna Boltz, Evelyn Swcts, Barbara Wilear. STANDING: Chuck LeRette, Jon Youngerman, Chuck Anderson, Chuck Hasz, Janice Los, Karen Mourn, Gaye Mahiue, Kay Robinson, Joan Stafford, Ursula Thiersccin. MEETING THE DEADLINE Mr. Hucknby, Advisor; Evelyn Swets, Karen Mourn, and Marlin Allie of the Delavan Enterprise. 54JOURNALISM SCENES FROM JOURNALISM CLASS QUILL AND SCROLL SOCIETY: SEATED: Sandra Morgan, Sue Johnson, Karen Mourn, Donna Boltz. STANDING: Chuck Voss, Ursula Thiersrcin, Evelyn Swcrs, Gayc Flahive, Joan Smith, Bnrbara Wilear, Kay Robinson, Dave Danielson. 55SOUND THOSE TRUMPETS . . .. FRONT ROW: Mike Levin, Georgena Spoerlc, Jane Hankins. SECOND ROW: Ann Grames, Joan Morrison, Jane Rubeck, Pete Johnson. THIRD ROW: Margaret Boutclle, Judy Morrison, Elizabeth Canady, Sandy Johnson, Ron Henriott, Patti Graber, Susan McCulloch, Kevin Davis, Jim Fenn, Frank Panaczek. BACK ROW: Pete Betzer, Dick Pegg, Frank DeVoy, Pat McGlade, Mike Canady. The school is proud of our bond and of its leader, Mr. Spevacek. An outstanding musician in his own right, chosen member of the All-American Band Master’s Band, Mr. Spevacek is a dynamic and inspiring leader of student musicians. 56ROLL THOSE DRUMS FRONT ROW: Rachel Wilemnn, Linda Cartagena, Rita Curry. Janet Koepnick, Mary Ann Knight. Judy Elstad, Edith Klumph. SECOND ROW: Bill Wagner, Larry Olson. Audrey Meyers. Carole Ellis. Janice Hartmann, Sharon Ocmere, Gladys Millard, Janice Ames. IHIRP ROW: Paul hrancis, Jon Yungcrman. Dennis Muller. Murray Nelson, Marge Gregg. Dick Wcrbel, Linda Scully. Bonnie Ames, Jim Jones. BACK ROW: Jim Foreman. Larry DuBois, Mr. Spcvacek. Mike Levin, '60, won the honor of being chosen first clarinetist in the Wisconsin All-State Band. With other outstanding high school musicians, Mike played in a concert given at Madison on January 9. 57PEP BAND and MASSED BAND FIRST ROW: Mike Levin, Jane Hankins, Jane Rubcck, Ann Grames, Joan Morrison, Linda Cartagena, Rita Curry, Rachel Wilcmnn, Mary Ann Knight, Judy Eistnd. SECOND ROW': Margaret Boutclle, Judy Morrison, Ron lienriott, Patti Cirabcr, Susan McCullough, Kevin Davis, Jim Fcnn, Larry Olsen, Audrey Meyers, Janice Hartmann, Gladys Millard. THIRD ROW: Janice Ames, Wynne fret! Freitag, Bonnie Ames, Linda Scully, Dick Werbel. FOURTH ROW: Pat McGlade, Rich Pegg, Pete Betzer, Frank Panaczek, Jim Jones. BOTTOM ROW: Mike Levin. Georgena Spoerle, Rachel Wileman, Murray Nelson, Mary Ann Knight. BACK ROW: Pete Betzer, Ron Henriott, Patti Grabcr, Paul Francis, Dick Werbel. 58OFFICERS and DANCE BAND BAND OFFICERS: Patti Grabcr, Ann Grames, Mary Ann Knight, Georgena Spoerle, Mike Levin Janice Ames. Jon Yungerman, Dick Wcrbel, Bill Magnet. Paul Francis. Mr. Spevacek. At Piano: Pete Bctzer. THE DANCE BAND. FRONT ROW: Audrey Meyers, l.arry Olsen, Bill Wagner, Mike Levin, Margaret Boutclie, Ann Grames. BACK ROW: Ron llcnriott, Janice Ames, Kevin Davis, Pete Bctzer, Frank Panaczek, Jon Yungerman, Paul Francis, and Richard Pegg. 59ANNIE GET YOUR GUN THE WHOLE CAST SITTING BULL FRIENDS SOMEONE IS LEFT OUT' THE STARS 60 STAGE CREWMIXED CHORUS FRONT ROW: Michelle Schcurell, Jana Cortino, Sandi Sikes, Kathy Schollc, Allan Jones, Nancy Arenz, Mary Mall berg, Bonnie Boltz, Millie llallberg, Sue Peterson, Sue Stirmel, Marilyn Slikcr. SECOND ROW; Donna Ford, Sandy Lyons, Carmen Harvey, Joan Langnes, Carol Morgan, Sue Gallagher, Sue Grnir, Daren Olsen, Nancy DeVoy, Beverly Yant, Pam McGee, Betsy Gibson, Vicki Winters. THIRD ROW: Sheri Fellin, Dan Gibson, John Slikcr, Bernard Williams, Rene Obear, Tod Kelsey, Pat Whalen, Wendy Petcrmann, Myrtle Klaske, Donna Boltz, Susan Schipper, Judy Danielson. BACK ROW: Nancy Lipps, Karen Truckenbrod, Donna Bellman, Trudy Weiland, Velma Mammerstrom, Sandra Morgan, Sue Nauseda, Becky Britt, Teresa DeWolfc, Kay Muckaby, Judy Truckenbrod, Sylvia Bliss, Ruth Lcderer. FRONT ROW: Judy Scharine, Dorothy Miller, Ursula Thierstein, Sally Tallman, Patty Carroll, Ruby Alice Klumph, Joann Los, Joan Stafford, Kathy Bruce, Sandra Polasik, Pam Woodford. SECOND ROW: Lorna llair, Barbara Keyset, Jnnice Los, Sue Kenny, Marie Moser, Maureen Cummings, Gay Flahive, Kay Robinson, Karen Mourn, Bill Behrens, Steve Mestan, Mike Mctzinger, George Wilkins, THIRD ROW: Vince Catalano, Fred Baun, Gene Bakko, Ron Deschner, Den Rammien, Kenneth Lcderer, Bill Bates, Bill Moyle, Gene Mustin, Phil Lindloff, Doug Weiss, Dennis Berg, Ernie Kooistra. BACK ROW: Charles Ilasz, Lorry Johnson, Jim O'Donnell, Larry Schut, Chuck Anderson, Jeff Roth, Dick Huber, Larry Spitz. 61A CAPPELLA FRONT ROW: Ruth l.cderer, Michelle Schcurcll, Kathy Scholle, Bonnie Boltz, Karen Olsen, Nancy DeVoy, Myrtle Klaskc, Tod Kelsey. SECOND ROW: Susan Schipper, Donna Boltz, Rene Obcar, Karen I'ruclccnbrod, Sylvia Bliss, Dorothy Miller, Joan Stafford, Joanne Los, Ruby Alice Klumph. IHIRD ROW; Vince Catalano, Pam Woodford, Patty Carroll, Lorna Hair, Glenn Davidson, Barbara Keyscr, Gay Flnhive, Marie Moser, Kenneth Lcdcrer, Dick Huber. BACK ROW: Den Rammicn, Ron Deschner, Gene Bakko, Bill Moyle, Phil Lindloff, Gene Mustin, Jim O'Donnell, Larry Schut, Chuck Anderson, Larry Spitz. GIRLS’ SEXTET Carroll Scholle Charles Anderson BOYS’ QUARTET Catalano Deschner 62 GIRLS' CHORUS FRONT ROW: Theresa Ruffalo, Janet Cnrdoni, Judy Jordan, Alice Anderson, Dorothy Williams, Jamie Langton, Nellie Ganser. SECOND ROW; Dorothy Schicve, Rev Verhocf, Marsha Rainbow, Donna Peterson, Diane Zitke, Judy Johnson, Rosemary Evans, Gene Williamson. THIRD ROW: Penny Nickel, Terry Williamson, Louise Kaiser, Charlotte Wiedemer. Terry Bridges, Heidi Wcrfelmann, Nancy Vorphal, LaVcrn VanDykcn. FOURTH ROW: Rita Wesierburg, Kathy Lauterbnch, Linda Patterson, Adrienne Hair, Mary Beth Lange, Beverly Byrne, Barbara Hscher. Doris DeLap, Marilyn Thompson. FRONT ROW: Diane Hartman, Joanne Kohn, Barbara Woods, Barbara Hendrickson, Bonnie Wilkins, Judy Hejhai, Phyllis Damon, Jean Bradford. Jane Sikes, Maria Gnlgano. SECOND ROW: Faithc Thiering, Nancy Dohn, Penny Austin, Betty Gleason, Diann Wippich, Lois Schuett, Jane Preim, Joyce Ricser, Jeananne Newman, Kathy Slack, Jean Poliak. THIRD ROW: Anna Mae Eichman, Janice Figans, Margaret Fleming, l.aVon Scholl, Julie Rosenwing, Joy Meyer, Joanne Delaney, Joyce Jones, Sue Granzo, Sheila Kline, Karen Hann. FOURTH ROW: Debby Gibson, Louise Lange. Jill Gant, Bobbi Olson, Pat Williams, Kathy Davis, Lois Welch, Enid Spcri, Carol Lonae, Sally Row. BACK ROW: Shirley Pohl, Mary Kay Duesterbeck, Mary Ann Keegan. Carolyn Johnson. Charlene Scott, Pat Brown, Diane Gerharz, Judy Rodgers, Mary Carroll, Carolyn McDonough. 63THE HARVEY CAST FIRST ROW: Betty Robbins, Pam Galgano. SECOND ROW: Miss McCarthy. Marie Moser, Karen Mourn, William Paschong. THIRD ROW: Dick Youmans, Jim Borg, Rene Obear, Gaye Flahive, Peter Betzer, Jack Hallberg. FIRST ROW: Tim Barker, Donna Ford, Ernie Kooistra. SECOND ROW: Bill Rambow, Terry Knotts, Charles Anderson. 64FORENSICS STATE WINNERS Enid Speri, Gary Burghoff LOCAL WINNERS: FIRST ROW: Mary Ann Seely, Sue Schipper, Wendy Petermann. SECOND ROW: Pat Whalen, Sue Johnson, Barb Willard. Donna Ford, Bonnie Boltz. LAST ROW: Larry Johnson, Bill Wagner. Ritu Curry, Irene Peters, Pat Vnroni. Enid Speri, Karen Olsen, Rich Pegg, Bob Betzer. Mr. Scott, Gary Burghoff.GIRLS' ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION FRONT ROW: Jana Cortino, Sandi Sikes, Kathy Schollc, Sue Stirmcl, Lois Schuett, Nancy DeVoy, Judy liansen, Carol Morgan. SECOND ROW; Mary Mnnnaberg, Georgena Spocrle, Pat Whalen, Donna Bolt?., Delores Ruifalo, Rene Obcar, Kaye Rowe. THIRD ROW: Mary Stewart, Barbara Stewart, Barbara Echols, Trudy Wciland, Holly Jo Loundcnbeck, Judy Scharine. Sally Tollman, Ursula Thicrstcin. BACK ROW: Michelle Knecht, Patty Carroll, Janice Ames, Sue Kenny, Maureen Cummings, Gaye Flachive, Karen Mourn. FRONT ROW: Diane Semmerling, Bonnie Bolt ., Joyce Rieser, Susan Johnson, Karen Olson, Joan Smith, Lynn Gregg, La Von Scholl, Julie Roscnwing, Margaret Fleming. SECOND ROW: Joanne Delaney, Joyce Jones, Barbara Olson, Audrey Meyers, Kathy Slack, Patti Graber, Bev Yarn, Susan Schipper, Judy Rodgers, Toni Kilkenny, Teresa DeWolfe. THIRD ROW: Donna Bellman, Snlly Roe, Joy Meyer, Sue Nauscda, Sandy Steinbiccr, Carol Wendorf, Sandy Morgan, Judy Truckenbrod, Rhct.i Merrill, Carol Bcnkovic. FOURTH ROW’: Kathy Bruce, Pam Woodford, Irene Peters, Barbara Willard, Sandy Schauer, Nancy Vorphal, Elaine Los, Pat Varoni, Judy Jordan. BACK ROW: Sandy Polasik, Sheryl Crnig, Judy Christianson, LaVern VanDyken, Kay Robinson, Carole Ellis. 66GIRLS' ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION FRONT ROW: Jennanne Newman, Jane Pricm, Shirley Brown, Suzanne Peterson, Donna Vance, Glanda Zahm, Judy Wcidcmer, Bonnie Ames, Linda Cartegena, Sue Grair. SECOND ROW: Sheila Kline, Pam McGee, Valgcne Winn, Par Michols, Joanne VanAcker, Donna Kavanaugh, Elizabeth Logtcrman, Lois Welch, Mary Ann Keegan, Pat Brown, Diane Gcrharz. THIRD ROW: Judy Elstad, Rachel Weilmon, Charlene Scott, Carolyn Johnson, Sue Granzo, Margo Gregg. Dorothy Dutton. Margie Lock, Margaret Trewyn. Penny Nickel. FOURTH ROW: Terry Williamson. Enid Speri. Kay Huckaby, Gene Williamson, Kathy Skopcc, Diane Zitko, Judy Johnson, Rosemary Evans. Nancy Marfell, Donna F.rdman, Michelle llugg. BACK ROW: Judy Danielson, Louise Kaiser, Donna Peterson, Heidi Wcrfclmann, Barb Escher, Rita Curry. Kathe l.auterbach, Roscnnne Hertz. FRONT ROW: Judy Morrison, Barb Woods, Phyllis Damon. Linda Pyka. Jean Bradford, Jane Sikes, Virginia Stewart, Jean Morrisy, Nancy Dehn. SECOND ROW: Sharon Demere, Ann Grarnes. Debby Gibson, Jill Gant, Anna Mae Eichman, Sheri Fcllan, Jennifer McSorley, Jane Figahs, Louise Lange, Joan Morrison. THIRD ROW: Kathy Davis, Bobbi Olson, Mary Carroll, Janet Cardoni, Cynthia Kilkenny. Carolyn McDonough. Pat Laney, Sue Milney, Judy Klevin. BACK ROW; Sandy Peterson. Karen Truckcnbrod. Altec Anderson, Dorothy Williams, Jane Reubeck, Jamie Langton, Barb Byrnes, Karen Kcrber, Bev Byrn, Doris DcLap. 67VARSITY CLUB TOP ROW: Advisor; Mr. Scharfcnbcrg, Dick Olson, Ted Wenscl, Fred Escher, George Woodard. THIRD ROW; Pete Bctzcr. Jim Bradford, Mike Hayes, Tom Theobald, Larry Spitz, Ron Holsman, Murray Nelson, Bob Greene. SECOND ROW: Chuck Anderson, Frank Panaczek, Dove Danielson, Jack Hallbcrg, Phil Lindloff, Den Rammien, Chuck Voss, Joe Bell, Bill Moyle, Keith Klawes. FIRST ROW; Bill Kilkenny, Jim Albertz, Dick Youmans, Vince Catalano, Ron Dcschner, Chuck Kaye. Paul Francis, Jon Youngerman, Mike Levin. The Vorsity Club consists of those boys who hove won a varsity letter in any one of the sports. It was organized two years ago with the purpose of giving aid to the school in its athletic contests. The club, in the past, has sponsored the Twerp Dance and a mixer. In the spring a playday, followed by a mixer, is planned. The money collected from the various activities will be spent on a die needed to make the pin given seniors who, upon graduation, have earned six varsity letters. OFFICERS 4 Vince Catalano - Secretary-Treasurer Dick Olson - President Mike Hayes - Vice-President 68OUR SWISS MISS Ursula Thierstein; and a view of the Matterhorn. Swiss Alps Charm, intelligence, and a personality as refreshing as a breeze from the mountains------ these are some of the exceptional qualities of Ursula Thierstein, American Field Service exchange student to Delavan from Zurich, Switzerland. Ursula, who speaks excellent English and French in addition to German and a Swiss-German dialect, plans on a teaching career when she returns to Zurich. We are grateful to the American Field Service for sending us so nice a stranger to become our good friend! Ursula in class 69BADGER GIRLS and BADGER BOYS LEFT TO RIGHT: Donna Holtz, Sylvia Bliss, Dorothy Miller, Mike Levin. Jack Hatlberg, Larry Spitz. Six students of the Closs of I960 hod the honor of attending the 1959 Session of Badger Girl's and Badger Boy's State. The three girls were sponsored jointly by the Darien American Legion Auxiliary, the Delavan Service Club, and the Delavan American Legion Auxiliary. Badger Girl's State was held on the University of Wisconsin Campus at Madison. The three boys attending Badger Boy’s State, which was held at Ripon College in Ripon, were sponsored by the Darien American Legion, the Delavon American Legion, and the Delavan Rotary Club. The purpose of attending Badger Girl’s and Badger Boy’s State is to give the youth a chance to see how their government operates at local, county, and state levels, and to give them o chance to participate in governments of their own organization. 70NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY FRONT ROW: Richard Weiland, Paul Francis, Mary Mannaberg, Pam Galgano, Dorothy Miller, Sandra Morgan, Carol Wendorf. Charlotte Wiedemer, Geneva Coehoom, Jim Albertz. SECOND ROW: Carol Ellis, Bob Thomas, Bill Perry, Dick Werbel, Vince Catalano, Chuck Voss, Pat Varonl, Lorna Hair. Gaye Flahive. THIRD ROW: Pat Carroll, Jack Hullberg, Bill Moyle, Rich Pegg, Dwight Underhill, Marie Moser, Sue Kenney, Maureen Cummings. FOURTH ROW: Pete Betzer, Bob Huber, David Perry, Murry Nelson, Len Logterman, Larry Spitz, Mike Hayes, Ted Wenzel, Bob Greene, Dick Olson, Larry Johnson, Karen Mourn, Jim Borg, Lorry McDonough, Jerry Huguet, Bill Wagner, William Paschong. FRONT ROW: Diane Hartmann, Ruth Lederer, Barbara Wileor, Dorothy Mawhinney, Sandy Sikes, Sue Johnson, Joan Smith, Pat Graber, Kathy Schollc. SECOND ROW: Sandi Lyons, Karen Olsen, Nancy DeVoy, Betsy Gibson, Pot Michols, Donna Boltz, Kaye Rowe, Shirley Brown, Lois Welch, Mary Ann Knight. THIRD ROW: Donna Kavanaugh, Carolyn Johnson. Judy Elstad, Rachel Wileman, Sue Schipper. Gene Williamson, Louise Kaiser, Kathie Skopcc, Kay Huckaby, Margie Lock. BACK ROW: Rita Curry, Kathe Lauterbach, Donna Bellman. Nancy Lipps, Evelyn Swets, Sylvia Bliss, Janice Ames, Barbara Willard, Ruby Alice Klumph. 71FUTURE NURSES and DRIVER S EDUCATION TOP ROW: Barb Keyzer, Marge Van Horn, Holly Jo Loudcnbcck, Linda Scully. Terry Williamson. MIDDLE ROW: Jean Williamson. Jane Rubeck, Carol Lonze, Sue Nauseda. BOTTOM ROW: Rheta Merrill, Toni Kilkenny, Jean Morrison, Donna Ford, Judy Morrison. Advisor: Mrs. Meams DRIVER’S EDUCATION: Marge Lock, Mickey Hugg. Instructor: Webb Schultz. 72FUTURE FARMERS of AMERICA TOP HOW: Left to Right; Chuck Carlson, Ernie Kooistrn, Ronald Logtcrman, Ken Coger, Larry Sc hut, Larry Huishccre. Dick Granscc, Dick ilummrl, Mr. Holman. THIRD ROW: David Zarnstorff, Terry Rcimer, August Grcidanus, Bob Thomas, Eddie Wincapaw, Bob Behlman, Dick Popp, Jerry Henning, Bob Jacobs, Dave Schircr. SECOND ROW: James Snuddcn. Virgil Gorgas, George Wilkins, Phil Hescbeck, Dick Hackbarth, Ronald Hann, Clarence Ganser, Joe Neumcier, Alan Wilson, Larry Smith, Gary Randall. FIRST ROW: Ralph Neumeier, Tom Scott, Paul Shimkus, James Sturtevant, Chuck LeRette, Raymond Tucker, Bill Behrens, Leon Van Acker, Bill Blakely, Bill Thompson. President Bob Thomas and his Duroc hogs 73F.T.A. and HOMEMAKING FUTURE TEACHERS OF AMERICA FRONT ROW; Sandi Sikes, Susan Johnson, Betsy Gibson, Judy Hansen, Pam McGee, Mr. Romenesko, Advisor. SECOND ROW: Vnlgene Winn, Toni Kilkenny, Donna Bellman, Ron llenriott, Sylvia Bliss, Ruby Alice Klumph. THIRD ROW: Sandra Morgan, Margo Gregg, Janice Ames, Barbara Willard, Bill Mannabcrg. BACK ROW: Pat Varoni, Barbara Escher, Richard Pegg, Maureen Cummings, Kay Robinson, Karen Mourn. HOMEMAKING CLUB FRONT ROW: Barbara Wilear, Bernice Barteit, Joyce Rieser, Mary Hallberg, Bonnie Wilkins, Lynn Winters, Donnu Ford, Miss Johnson, Advisor. SECOND ROW: Jean Newman, Shirley Brown. Sue Gallagher, Glenda Znhm, Mary Keegan, Carol Morgan, Carol Wilkins, Kay Delaney. THIRD ROW: Gladys Millard, Alberta Krause, Sue Deschncr, Evelyn Swets, Joy Meyer, Nancy Lipps, Sally Roe. BACK ROW: Charlene Scott, Jo Ann Gasch. Linda Scully, Irene Peters, Carol Ellis, Judy Christiansen. 74SCHOOL WORKERS LIBRARIANS From Left to Right: Sue Gallagher, Sandra Thomas, Carol Wendorf, Miss McCarthy, Bill Rambow. MILK DISTRIBUTORS Li George Wilkins, Tom Skelton, Terry Knotts. Not Pictured: Dick Mallet, John Richter. ('A v w v Jr» ATTENDANCE ASSISTANTS Sally Tallman, Marie Moser, Sue Stirmel, Mary Stewart, Barbara Scott, Beverly Yant. 759 L SdVNSHOMECOMING QUEEN DONNA BOLTZ CANIDATES and REPRESENTATIVES STANDING: Nancy DeVoy, Donna Bolrz, Mary Mannaberg, and Cynthia Kilkenny. SITTING: Ursula Thicrstein. Joan l.angncs, Pat Carroll. Maureen Cummings, Joan Smith, and Sue Kenney. 77MOONGLOW Queen Teresa DeWolfe and King George Woodard 78PROM COURT 79 Virginia Stewart and Dan SkeltonPROM COURT 80DANCES 81PEOPLE IN PLACES 82SPARKY, Captain in AthleticsTHE FIGHTING VARSITY BACK HOW: Joe Bell, Dick Olson, George Woodard, Larry Spitz, Fred Escher, Mike Hayes, Chuck Anderson. Ron llolsmnn. SECOND ROW: Ass’t. Coach Tom Scharfcnbcrg; Lon Liddle, Bob Greene, Dave Danielson. Jim Bradford, Veryle Bridges, Jim O’Donnell, Phil Lindloff, lrv Beicr, and Coach Wally Ximmcrmann. THIRD ROW: Dave Koepnick, Vince Catalano, Ron Deschner, Wayne Brown. Bill Moyle, Richard Boutelle, Cape. Bill Kilkenny, Chuck Kaye. FRONT ROW: Larry DuBois, Jack Hnllbcrg, Kent Brahe, Paul Francis, Jon Youngcrman, Keith Klawes, Don Bcresh, and Al Peters. (NOT PICTURED: Chuck Voss and Bill Wagner.) SEASON'S RECORD DELAVAN-DARIEN 20 BIG FOOT 0 M 9 9 14 ELKHORN 7 99 9 9 7 BURLINGTON 0 99 99 21 BADGER 0 99 99 6 EAST TROY 12 9 9 9 9 40 WILMOT 7 99 9 14 MUKWONAGO 0 99 99 32 WHITEWATER 6 For the second year in a row, the Comets had a truly outstanding record on the gridiron. In eight games, they pounded out seven victories, while suffering only one defeat - that at the hands of the conference champs, East Troy. The season was highlighted by the action of our stone-wall defensive unit and by the outstanding performances of our offensive backficld. Stalwarts of our defensive unit were Vince Catalano, Joe Bell, Ron Deschner, Bob Greene, Bill Moyle, Chuck Anderson, Jack Hallberg, Dick Olson, Larry Spitz, Lon Liddle, Mike Hayes, Ron Holsman, Bill Kilkenny, and Fred Escher. Standouts on offense were backfieldmen Bob Greene, Ron Deschner, Joe Bell, Fred Escher, and Vince Catalano, the latter selected most valuable player in the Southern Lakes Conference, and given honorable mention on the All-State team. Offensive linemen were Larry Spitz, Veryle Bridges, Ron Holsman, Bill Kilkenny, Mike Hayes, Jim O'Donnell, Dick Olson, and Dave Danielson. 83FOOTBALL Ass’l. Coach Schnrfenberg and Head Coach Zimmermann with Cape. Bill Kilkenny. Seniors that will be leaving us; TOP ROW: Fred Escher. Dick Olson, Larry Spitz. Jim Bradford, and Vince Catalano. BOTTOM ROW: Bill Kilkenny, Ron Deschner, Dave Danielson, and Jack Hallbcrg. 84FOOTBALL The Offensive First Team 85FOOTBALL 86 “Listen Here, You Guys- - Which Way Did He Go?FOOTBALL 87FOOTBALL Jim Bradford Chuck Anderson Ron Holsman tmmM■■■ Jack Hallberg Larry Spitz 88FOOTBALL 89JUNIOR VARSITY FOOTBALL BACK ROW: Mr. Pierson. Bill Bates. Dwight Underhill, Dick Werbel. Dick Huber, Murray Nelson, Larry Johnson. Doug Weiss, Dick Duvall. Larry McQuality, Mgr., Mr. Romcnesko. THIRD ROW: Bob Lodowise. Mgr., Benny Rowe. Mike Fagan, Ron Hcnriott, Jeff Anderson, Dennis Muller, Dan Skelton, Gerry Glietcr, Pat McGladc. SECOND ROW: Dick Alter. Larry Malsch, Jim l.angnes. Mike Metzingcr. Dick Kuhnke, Rich Pegg, Ron Egencs, Paul Shimkus, Gordon llirsch, Alan Wilson, Mike Canady. FIRST ROW: Bob Egcncs. Mgr., Mike Lucchesi, Bcrnie Williams, Mike Roherty. Mike Bell, Bob Smith. John Sliker, Tom Fagan. Alan Williams. Kevin Davis, Dougie Hipp, Mgr. Sept. 21 DDHS 13 Big Foot 6 Sept. 28 DDHS 7 Elkhorn 6 Oct. 5 DDHS 6 Burlington 6 Oct. 12 DDHS 31 Lake Geneva 6 Oct. 19 DDHS 13 East Troy 18 Oct. 26 DDHS 13 Wilmot 13 Nov. 2 DDHS 12 Mukwonago 0 90VARSITY BASKETBALL FRONT ROW: Chuck Voss, Vince Catalano, Den Rammien, Bill Wagner, Gene Muslin. SECOND ROW: Paul Francis, Bob Greene, Dave Danielson, Chuck Anderson, George Woodard, Jon Vungerman. THIRD ROW: Mr. Breidenbach, Fred Escher, Mike Hayes, Larry Spitz, Dave Kocpnick. NOT PICTURED: Jim O’Donnell. The Comet basketball team completed the 1959- 1960 season with a record of six wins and thirteen losses. Although our record was not very impressive, many of the games were. The Comets played spirited ball throughout the season and never gave up until the final whistle. Fred Escher, who was the second leading scorer in the Conference and was elected to the All Conference second team, led the Comets in total points and rebounds, and was voted most valuable player by his teammates. Right behind him in the rebound and point departments came Mike Hayes, a junior who should be a great help to next year’s team. Captain Den Rammien, Chuck Voss, and Vince Catalano were the playmakers and outside threats for the Comet cause. Larry Spitz bolstered the team with his height throughout the season. The Delavan Darien High School Gym held its first sub-regional tournaments this year and there was a capacity crowd on hand both nights. Our Comets, although losing both games, made a fine showing as they stoyed in the thick of the battle until the closing minutes of each contest. 91BASKETBALL THE RECORD Delovan - Darien 50 Wisconsin State School 29 •• 9 9 45 Salem Central 70 99 99 43 Fort Atkinson 63 99 99 42 East Troy 61 99 99 49 Elkhorn 46 99 99 43 Badger 55 9 9 9 9 75 Mukwonago 47 9 9 9 9 44 Whitewater 70 •9 99 67 Burlington 73 9 9 99 9 9 • • 75 Wilmot 77 (Overtime) » • F F 47 East Troy 68 • • 9 9 41 Elkhorn 77 99 99 47 Badger 71 9 9 9 9 50 Wilmot 69 99 99 65 Mukwonago 55 9 9 99 55 Whitewater 85 9 9 9 9 t • ■ ■ 64 Burlington 59 (Overtime) r F F 48 Big Foot 46 9 9 48 Greenfield 73 SUB-REGIONAL TOURNAMENT Delavan - Darien 52 Big Foot 59 » i» 49 Elkhorn 63 92COMET CAGERSCOMETS IN ACTION A NON-CONFERENCE TILT TOURNAMENT TIME 94COMETS IN ACTION BLOCK IT, MIKE WATCH THAT BALL! SENIOR SQUAD MEMBERS RING UP TWO POINTS AND TWO MORE 95B" TEAM BASKETBALL FRONT ROW: Ron Hcnriott, Allen Williams, Gordon Hirsch, Hick Werbel, Gene Bakko, Phil Lindloff, Ron Egencs. SECOND ROW: Mr. Prnhl, Bill Moyle, Terry Reimer, Ken Cognr, Doug Weiss, Bill Mannaberg. BACK ROW: Larry Rucgger, David Bcycrl, Richard Huber, Robert Buschc, David Perry, Larry Johnson. Coach Len Prahl's B team turned in a respectable record of 8 wins and 1 1 defeats for the “ '59 ’60 ” season. Three boys scored over one hundred points this year. Phil Lindloff was the top point maker, followed by Bill Moyle and Dick Werbel. Leading the team in the all important rebound department were Bill Moyle and Larry Johnson. Terry Reimer balanced the team with his steady play, as did Gene Bakko when he joined the team mid-way through the season. Rich huber and David Perry chipped in with many fine performances. The freshman on the squad displayed ability and desire which should make next year's team an interesting one. 96VARSITY BASEBALL 1959 FRONT ROW: Vince Catalano, Phil Lindloff, Ted Wenzel, John Leitzke, Paul Francis, Joe Proctor. Den Rnmmicn, Hill Kluskc, Mgr. Dick Youmnns. BACK ROW: Ans’t. Mgr. Bill Youmons, Ron Deschner, George Woodard, Ben Benson, Norman Teubert, Jerry Connesa, Pete Betzor, Capt. Arch Woodard, Bob Greene, Coach Webb Schultz. Prospects for a championship team was questionable when the squad reported for practice. Graduation had riddled the strong team of 1958, which had placed second in the Southern Lakes League, but strenuous practice and determination had much to do in molding a balanced team last spring which ended the season in a tie for second place. Arch Woodard, our dependable shortstop, captained the Comets. Norman Teubert was our leading hitter with an average of .470, receiving the batting trophy. Highlight of the season was the catching of Vince Catalano from whom much is expected in the I960 season. Vince was the leading catcher in the conference. 1959 SOUTHERN LAKES STANDINGS Mukwonago Won 5 Lost 2 Pet. .714 Delavan - Darien 4 3 .571 Elk horn 4 3 .571 Burlington 4 3 .571 Wilmot 4 3 .571 Whitewater 3 4 .429 Badger High 3 4 .429 East Troy 1 6 .143 97TOP ROW: Bill Youmans, Ron Deschner, James O'Donnell, George Woodard, Bob Greene, Ted Wenzel, Den Rammien, Ernie Kooistra, Paul Francis. Dick Youmans. MIDDLE ROW: Dick Werbel, Ron Lonze, Vince Catalano. Pete Betzer, Phil Lindloff, Eugene Mustin. BOTTOM ROW: Chuck Hnsz, Albert Peters. Gordon Hirsch, and Ron Norsdtrom. NOT PICTURED: Jack Hallberg. 1960 SCHEDULE DDHS vs Mukwonago Home DDHS vs Badger Away DDHS vs Whitewater Away DDHS vs Burlington Home DDHS vs Wilmot Home DDHS vs East Troy Away DDHS vs Elkhorn Home 98B" BASEBALL 1960 TOP ROW: Ron Henriott. Mike Roherty, Mike Metzinger, Dave Olson, Darrell Stickney, Bill Blukley, Dave Perry, Virgil Gorgas, Ron Morgan, Mike Bell. Frank Van Horn, Coach Roroenesko. MIDDLE ROW: Ervin Watcrstreet, Gary Wheeler. Dave Neher, John Sliker, Allen Williams, Bob Egenes. BOTTOM ROW: Larry Ruegger, Mike Hembrook, Ken Lederer, Dave Kniep, Bob Ludowisc, Ed Wincapuw. I960 BASEBALL SCHEDULE DDHS vs Mukwonago Away DDHS vs Whitewater Home DDHS vs Lake Geneva Away DDHS VS Lake Geneva Home DDHS vs Walworth Away DDHS vs Walworth Home 99TRACK 1960 1ST ROW: Tom Zolden, Dwight Underhill, Dan Gibson, Mike Fagan, Ronnie Egenes, Mike Canady, Dennis Muller, Bob Winkley, Bob Smith. 2ND ROW: Gory Berg, Joe Bell, Bill Wagner, Bill Moyle, Larry Johnson, John Yungermon, Keith Klawes, Bill Kilkenny, Tom Fagan. 3RD ROW: Coach Zimmermun, Pat McGlade, Gary Randall, Dick Duvall, Jerry Huguet. Jerry Stanglcr. Dick Olson, Frank Pannczek, Chuck Kaye. 4TH ROW: Mike Lucchesi, Dave Beyerl, Bob Busche, Larry Schut. Mike Hayes, Larry Spitz. Tom Theobald, Veryle Bridges, Jim Bradford, Dove Koepnick. 1960 TRACK SCHEDULE April 21 Wilmot April 26 Big Foot April 28 Eost Troy May 5 Badger May 10 Fort Atkinson Invitional May 12 Southern Lakes Conference Meet May 19 Badger, Wilmot May 21 Elkhorn, Mukwonago May 28 State Meet 100TRACK Larry Spitz Tom Theobald 101 Bill Wagner Coach ZimmermanTRACK Joe Bell Larry Johnson Bill Kilkenny % Jim Bradford Jon Yungerman ft MANAGERS: Mike Lucchesi, Dave Koepnick 102TENNIS SEATED: Harold Olsen, Terry Knotts, Butch Boutelle, Rich Pcrr, Bob Betzer. STANDING: Chuck Anderson. Ron Holsman, Murray Nelson, Bob Speri, Rich Huber. NOT PICTURED, Mike Levin. 1960 TENNIS SCHEDULE April 21 Elkhorn April 28 Badger May 3 Janesville JV May 5 Burlington May 12 Elkhorn May 1 7 Badger May 19 Conference Meet at Burlington May 24 Janesville JV May 26 Burlington May 28 WIAA Sectional at Janesville 103GOLF 1959 TEAM TOP: Jerry Bensen, Rolfe Egenes, Bruce Lee. Lon Liddle, Nick Davis. Jim Kenney, John Blake, Bill Larsen, Dennis Berg. BOTTOM: Jeff Anderson, Dick Gunderson. Bill Perry, Dick Egenes. Billy Zak, Don Ballet, Mr. Piepor. 1959 SECTIONAL TOP: Bruce Lee, Richard Egenes, Rolfe Egenes. KNEELING: Jim Kenney, Lon Liddle. 104GOLF CLASS B: Bill Perry CLASS A: Dick Egenes 1959 CONFERENCE WINNERS STANDING: Bruce Lee. Dick Egenes, Rolfe Egenes. KNEELING: Jim Kenney DELAVAN-DARIEN HIGH SCHOOL GOLF RECORD 1959 DDHS 9 Whitewater 1 DDHS 8 Lake Geneva 2 DDHS 7Yi Lake Geneva 2h DDHS 10 East Troy 0 DDHS 10 Mukwonago 0 DDHS 10 East Troy 0 DDHS 515 Burlington 4h DDHS 7 Burlington 3 Conference Meet at Lake Geneva — DDHS - 1st Place 105SWIMMING TEAM FRONT ROW: Glenn Davidson, Gary Berg, Phillip Johnson, John Slileer, Bob Winkley, Sceven Spocrle, Bob Betzer. SECOND ROW: Coach Zimmermann, Dennis Berg, Dan Gibson, Larry Olsen, Bruce Cutting, Mike Levin, Tom Zoldan. THIRD ROW: Jim Foreman. Dennis Muller, Bob Egenes, Jim Albertz, Murray Nelson, Terry Knotts, Keith Klawes. BACK ROW: Ron Holsman, Jim Borg, Peter Betzer, Frank Panaczck, Chuck Kaye, Dick Olson, Tom Theobald, Bill Kilkenny. Deiavan - Darien 50 Kenosha 36 99 9 9 60 n 26 99 99 45 Wayland 41 • V IV 38 M 48 99 9 9 69 Milwaukee Lutheran 17 99 99 66 • it 20 II 9 9 69 Elgin Academy 17 9 9 99 42 Janesville 44 99 9 9 36 99 50 99 99 53 Greenfield 33 The Team scored 9 points in the State Meet and tied for Seventh Place. 106TANK MEN K£l Tom Theobald Frank Panaczek MEET NIGHT: Mr. Houston in the background, officiating.INTRAMURALS FRONT ROW: Ron Deshnct, Jack Hallberg, Bill Mannaberg, Chuck Kaye, Bill Kilkenny. SECOND ROM: Dick Schirer, Larry McDonough. Gordon Wilear, Jim Scholle, Bill Klaskc, Pete Bctzcr. FRONT ROW: Bob Garber, Wayne Brown, Jim Snudden, Paul Francis, Jon Youngerman, Chuck Lerecce. SECOND ROW: lrv Beier, Jeff Olson, Butch Boutelle, Joe Bell, David Kocpnick, Dick Mallet, Harold Olson. THIRD ROW: A1 Peters, Wally Jenson, Don Rich man, Bob Bellman, Chuck Hasz, David Schirer. FOURTH ROW: Len Logterman, Tom Skelton, Rolfe Kgncs, Davis Stuver, Larry Schut. 108INTRAMURALS FRONT ROW: Leon Van Acker, Ron Hcnriott, Jerry Gleiter, Barney Leslie. SECOND ROW: Dennis Berg, Jerry lluguct, Ron Egenes, Dick Alter, Ron Morgan, Bob Teubert. FRONT ROW: Mike Bell, Bob Smith, Bernard Williams, John Sliker, Gary Williams, Frank Van Horn. SECOND ROW: Bob Hciliganthol, Larry Malsch, Doug Hipp, Gary Graves, Mike Roherty. THIRD ROW: Gray Randall, Dick Duvall, Mike Cannady, Bill Thompson. Gary Wright, Jim Lunges. 109BOY'S BOWLING TEAM NO. 1: Bill Kilkenny, Jim Scholle, Joe Bell. TOP ROW: Advisor: Mr. Meisner, Gordon Wilear, Charles Anderson. Five boys with high overages competed in the 15th Annual American Jr. Bowling Congress Mailographic Team Tournament. The five bowlers were Gordon Wilear, Joe Bell, Chuck Anderson, Dick Hal let, and Bill Perry. 110TOP PIN SPOTTERS BACK ROW: Advisor: Miss Butterfield, Captain: Sue Johnson, Karen Mourn, Joy Meyer. SEATED: Ursula Thierstein, Sandy Stcinbiccr. BACK ROW: Advisor: Miss Markowitz, Heidi Werfclman, Marge Trewyn, Elizabeth Logterman. SEATED: Carolyn Johnson, Captain: Marge Locke.CHEERLEADERS “A” SQUAD: Bonnie Boltz. Donnn Boltz, Sue Schipper, Judy Rogers. Valerie Voss, Mary Mannaberg, Georgena Spoerle. “B" SQUAD: Kay Huckaby, Judy Danielson, Carmen Harvey, Bobbi Olson, JoAnn VnnAcker, Doris DeLap. 112THE PEP CLUB l t m ■ ■ jl j ’ OFFICERS: Toni Kilkenny. Michelle Knecht, Mary Ann Seely, Pam Woodford, Barbara Byrnes, Kathy Skopec. Cheerleaders getting ready to cheer Crowd at the tournaments 113SYNCHRONIZED SWIMMING TOP ROW: Sandra Polasik, Michele Knechc, Rheca Jane Merrill, Barbara Willard, Sue Peterson, Dorothy Hipp. BOTTOM ROW: Mary Ann Knight, Rita Curry, Pat Carroll, Sylvia Bliss, Pam Woodford, Mary Munnabcrg. FIRS I ROW: Jill Gant, Jeanne Newman, Judy Morrison, Carolyn McDonough, Karen Schnick. SECOND ROW: Joan Morrison, Enid Speri, Valgene Winn, Margo Gregg, Carol Lonze, Pat Michols, Pat Laney. LAST ROW: Sue Grair, Diane Gcrharz, Barb Eschcr, Sue Milne, Mary Carrol, Debbie Gibson, Maria Galguno. 114COOKS and CUSTODIANS FIRST ROW: Mrs. Kooistra, Mrs. Hipp. SECOND ROW: Mrs. Seibert, Mrs. Siert, Mrs. Wendorf. Mr. Wendorf 115SENIOR INDEX ALBERTZ. JAMES Golf 1,2; Bowling 1,2; Nutionul Honor Society 2, 3, 4; Swimming 3. 4; VarsityClub 3, 4. AMES. JANICE Hand 1.2. 3. 4; Pep Hand 1.2. 3. 4; National Honor Society 2. 3. 4; FTA 3. 4; GA A 4; Dance Hand 4. ANDERSON. CHARLES Bowling 1.2, 3, 4; Golf 2,3,4; Journalism. ARENZ, NANCY Choir 4; Dramat 2. 3, 4; Home Ec Club 3; Girls’ Chorus 3; GAA 2; Transferred from St. Andrew’s, Dclavun. BARKER. TIMOTHY Drnmnt 2,3.4; Senior Class Piny 4. BEHRENS. MARIE Transferred from Elkhorn. BERG, DENNIS Transferred from Melrose, Wig. BETZER. PETER Band 1,2, 3, 4; Drum Major. Jr. Band 1; Drum Major, Sr. Band 2,3,4; Pep Band 2,3,4; Mass Bond 2,3,4; Donee Bond 3,4; Science Club 1; National Honor Society 2,3,4; Student Council 2,4; Class President 3; Senior Class Play 4; Bond President 4; Lettermen’s Club 3,4; Intramural Basketball 3,4; Football 1.2; Basketball 1,2; Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4; Swimming 3, 4. BLISS. SYLVIA Choir 1,2,3. 4; Band 1; Massed Choir 2.3; National Honor Society 2,3,4; Teacher’s Assistant 3. 4;Sextet 1. 3. 4; FTA 2, 3. 4; GAA 2; Bowling 2; Synchronized Swimming 2,3,4; Badger Girls'Stute 3; AFS Committee 3,4; Girls’ Chorus 3; A cappella 4; Student Council 4. BOLTZ. DONNA Cheerleader 1.2. 3.4; Mixed Choir 1, 2, 3, 4; A cappella Choir 4; Student Council 1,2,3, 4; Newspaper 1.4; National Honor Society 2,3,4; Annual 1; Forensics 1,2; Library Club 1; Dramat 1, 2. 3; Thespian Society 3, 4; GAA 1, 2. 3, 4; Bowling 2, 3; Band 2, 3; Pep Band 2, 3; Badger Girls' State 3; Synchronized Swimming 3; Quill and Scroll 4; Homecoming Court 1; Homecoming Queen 4; Prom Court 1; Massed Chorus 4. BORG. JAMES Football I, 2; Swimming 3, 4; Tennis 3, •»; Student Council 1,4; Nationul Honor Society 2, 3, 4; Intramural Basketball 2; Homecoming Court 1; Senior Class Play 4; Lettermen’s Club 1. BOUTELLE, WILLIAM Transferred from St. Andrew’s. Bowling 2,4; Intramurals 2, 3. BRADFORD. JAMES Transferred from St. Andrew’s; Football 2,3,4; Track 2.4; Intramurals 2; Lettermen’s Club 3,4; Class Officer 3; Flag Bearer 4. CARLSON. CHARLES FFA 2,3,4. CARROLL. PATRICIA Transferred from St. Andrew’s; GAA 2,3,4; Synchronized Swimming 2, 3, 4; Bowling 2, 3, 4; AFS 2,3,4; National Honor Society 2,3,4; FTA 2; Girls’ Chorus 3; Choir 2, 3, 4; A cappella 4; Senior Class Ploy 4; Homecoming Court 4; Pep Club 4; Flag Bearer 4. CATALANO. VINCE Transferred from California; Choir 2,3,4; Band 2; Boys’ Octet 3; Boys’ Quartet 4; A cappella 4; Student Council 3; National Honor Society 4; Drumat 3; Varsity Club 3. 4; Football 2. 3, 4; Basketball 2. 3, 4; Basebull 2, 3, 4. CORTINO, JANA Transferred from St. Andrew's; Choir 2,3,4; GAA 4; Pep Club 4. CUMMINGS. MAUREEN GAA 1,2, 3, 4; Bowling 1,2,3; Student Council 4; FTA 3,4; National Honor Society 3,4; Pep Club 4; Homecoming Court 4; Choir 1,2, 3, 4; Sextet 1.2; Girls’ Chorus 1.3. DANIELSON, DAVE Transferred from St. Andrew’s; Prom Court 2; Journalism 3,4; Quill and Scroll 3.4; Letter-men’s Club 4; Basketball 2,3,4; Football 3.4; Baseball 2. 3. DAVIDSON. GLENN Science Club 1; Baseball 1; Football 2,3; Intra-mural Basketball 2; Swimming 4; Choir 3,4; Massed Chorus 4. DESCHNER, RON Football 1,2, 3, 4; Baseball 1.2. 3, 4; Basketball 1,2; Intramural Basketball 3,4; Bowling 3, 4; Lettermen’s Club 3, 4; Science Club 1; Student Council 3,4; Choir 2,3,4; Mossod Chorus 3,4; A cappella 3.4; Homecoming Court 3. DeVOY. NANCY GAA 1, 2, 3, 4; Bowling 1,2,3, 4; Student Council 1,3; Prom Court 2; Homecoming Court 4; Choir 1, 2, 3, 4; A cappella 4. DUNCAN. TED Transferred from Lane Tech., Chicago. Bowling 4. ECHOLS. BARBARA Band 1,2; GAA 1,2,3, 4; Bowling 3,4; Home Ec. Club 2. 3. ECKER, JACKIE Transferred from Appleton, Wisconsin. ESCHER. FRED Football 1.2. 3. 4; Basketball 1,2, 3,4; Track 1, 2,3; Varsity Club 3.4; Varsity Club Officer 3. FISHER. RUTH ANN Transferred from Berlin High School. FLAHIVE, GAYF. Choir I, 2, 3, 4; Sextet 1, 3, 4; Girls’ Chorus 3; A cappella 4; GAA I. 2, 3. 4; Bowling I, 2, 3, 4; Forensics 2; Drumat 2.4; National Honor Society 3, 4; Journalism 4; Quill and Scroll 4. 116FORD, DONNA Transferred from Berlin High School; Home Ec Club 3,4; Forensics 4; FNA 4; Dm mat 4; Girls’ Chorus 3; Choir 4; Attendance 4. FREITAG, DAVID Golf 2, 3, 4; Bowling. 4. GALGANO. PAM Transferred from St. Andrew's; GAA 2,3; Forensics 2,4; Drnmat 2,3,4; Senior Class Ploy 4; National Honor Society 2,3,4; Student Teacher 2; AFS 2,3; Thespian Society 3, 4; Class Officer 3; Cheerleader 2; Girls’ Chorus 3. GASCH, PATSY Choir 1; GAA 1. GLAZIK, VIRGINIA Choir 3; FNA 3; Transferred from Elkhom High School, Elkhorn, Wis. GUNDERSON, RICHARD Band 1; Bowling 2; Golf 3,4. HAIR, LORNA Transferred from Spencer High School, Spencer, Iowa; Choir 4; Massed Chorus 4; National Honor Society 4; A cappella 4; Art Editor of Comet Trails. HALLBERG, JACK Football 1,2, 3, 4; Intramurul Basketball 1,2, 3, 4; Bowling 4; Science Club I; National Honor Society 2,3,4; N.1I.S. Officer 4; Badger Boys’ State 3; Lettermen’s Club 4; Senior Class Play 4; Dramnt 3. HALLBERG. MARYANN Transferred from St. Andrew’s; Dramut 2. 3; Home Ec Club 2,3, 4; GAA 2; Girls’ Chorus 3; Choir 4; Teacher’s Assistant 4. HANSEN, JUDY Transferred from St. Andrew’s; GAA 2,3,4; Bowling 2.4; Journalism 3; FTA 4. HELLER. BOB H1PP, DOROTHY Bowling 3; GAA 3; Girls’ Chorus 3; Synchronized Swimming 4. HUBER, BOB Science Club 1; Intramural Basketball 1.2,3; Football 2; National Honor Society 3,4. JACOBS, ROBERT Football 1; Baseball 1; FFA 2,3,4. KAYE, CHARLES Intramural Basketball 3,4; Bowling 1,2, 3. 4; Golf 1,2; Manager of Football Team 3, 4; Swimming 3,4; Lettermen’s Club 3,4; Annual 1,2,3, 4; KENNEY, SUE Transferred from St. Andrew's; GAA 2,3,4; National Honor Society 2,3,4; Homecoming Court 4; Bowling 2,3,4; Drnmat 2,3; Choir 2,3, 4; Class Officer 4; Girls’ Chorus 2.3; AFS 2. 3, 4; Student Council 3; Flag Bearer 3; Pep Club 4. KEYZER, BARBARA Choir 1.2. 3. 4; Band 1; GAA 2; Home Ec Club 2; FNA 4. KILKENNY. BILL Bowling 1,2, 3, 4; Track 1,2, 3, 4; Intramurals I, 2,3,4; Football 2,3,4; Student Council 3,4; Lettermen’s Club 3,4; Swimming 4; Prom Court 3; Homecoming Court 4; Milk Break 3. KLUMPH, RUBY ALICE Band 1; Choir 1,2, 3,4; FTA 3.4; National Honor Society 3.4; Forensics 2; A capclla 4; Flog Bearer 1. KNECHT. MICHELE Transferred from Reseda High School, Reseda, Calif.; Synchronized Swimming 4; Bowling 4; GAA 4. KNOTTS. TERRY Football 1; Intramurals 1.2; Swimming Team 3,4; Bowling 2; Milk Break 3, 4. KOOISTRA, ERNIE Band 1, 2; Basketball 1; Intramural Basketball 2, 3,4; Bowling 2,3,4; Baseball 1,2; Mixed Chorus 1. 4; Pep Band 2; FFA 2, 3. 4; FFA Officer 3. 4. LEDERER, RUTH Choir 2,3,4; Class Officer 1; Student Council 2; Dramut 1; Forensics 2,4; Library Assistant 2,3; Teacher Assistant 3,4; National Honor Society 3, 4. LEVIN. MICHAEL Intramural Basketball 1, 2; Tennis 1. 2, 3, 4; Band 1, 2, 3. 4; Pep Band 1, 2. 3, 4; Student Council 1. 2; National Honor Society 2, 3.4; Lettermen’s Club 3, 4; Dramut 2; Massed Band 3. 4; Dance Band 3, 4; Badger Boys’ State 3; Swimming 3, 4. LOS. JOANNE Band 1; Dramut 1; Forensics I; Choir 2,4; FTA 2; A cappella 4. % LOUDENBECK, HOLLY Transferred from Harvurd 111.; Band 1,2, 3,4; Pep Band 1,2,3; Majorette 3; Choir 1,2,3; FHA 1; GAA 1,2, 3, 4; Bowling I, 2, 3, 4; Drnmat 1; Student Council I; FNA 3,4; FNA Officer 4. LYONS, SANDI GAA 1.2, 3. 4; Bowling 1.2. 3. 4; Choir 1.4; National Honor Society 4; Forensics 2,4; Sextet 1; FNA 4. MAACK, BILL Football 1,2,3; Track 1,2; Prom King 3; Homecoming King 4. MANNABERG. MARY GAA I. 2. 3, 4; Cheerleader I. 2, 3. 4; Bowling 1, 2.3; Synchronized Swimming 2,3,4; Choir 1,3; Student Council I; Prom Court 3; Class Officer 3, 4; Homecoming Court 4; FNA 3,4; FNA Officer3. MANNABERG. WILLIAM Science Club I; Intramural Basketball 1,2, 3, 4; Football 1,2,3; Student Teacher 1.3; Journalism 1; FTA 2,3,4; Annual 3,4; Milk Break 3; Statistician 4. McDonough, larry Transferred from Elkhorn High School; Band 2, 3; Pep Band 2,3; Intramural Basketball 2,3,4; Bowling 2,3,4; Bascbnll 2; National Honor Society 3, 4. 117MERRILL. BONNIE GAA 1.2; Bowling 1,2,3; Choir 1.2,3; Girls’ Chorus 3. MILLER, DOROTHY Transferred from St. Andrew’s; Choir 2. 3. 4; GAA 2,3,4; National Honor Society 2, 3. 4; Bowling 2. 3; Girls' Chorus 3; Badger Girls’ State 3; Homecoming Court 3; Prom Queen 3; Pep Club 4. MORGAN, CAROL Choir 1,3,4; Girls’ Chorus 3; GAA 4; Home Ec Club 4. MOSER. MARIE Transferred from Saint Andrew’s; GAA 2, 3; Homecoming Court 2,4; National Honor Society 2.3,4; Choir 2,3,4; Dramatics 2,3; Bowling 2; Girls' Chorus 3; Sextet 3, 4; Class Officer 4; Senior Class Play 4; A cnppolln 4; Attendance 4; Pep Club 4; Massed Chorus 4. MOUM. KAREN GAA 1, 2. 3, 4; Choir 1,2,3, 4; Girls' Chorus 3; National Honor Society 2,3,4; Forensics 2,4; Dramat 2, 3; Senior Class Play 4; Bowling 2, 3, 4; AFS Committee 2,3; AFS Representative Abroad 3; FTA 3,4; Pep Club 4; Journalism 4; Quill and Scroll 4. OBEAR.RENE Transferred from Granite Falls, Minn.; Dramat 3; Senior Class Play 4; Choir 4; A cappella 4; GAA 4; Bowling 4. OLSON, DICK Football 1,2, 3.4; Basketball 1,2,3; Track 1,2, 3, 4; Intramuruls 4; Swimming 4; Lcttermen’s Club 3, 4; Lettermen’s Club Officer 4; Prom Court 1; Student Council 3; National Honor Society 4. PASCHONG, WILLIAM Dramat 3,4; Senior Class Play 4; National Honor Society 3.4; Thespian Society 3. PERRY, BILL Science Club 1; Golf 2,3,4; Bowling 3,4; National Honor Society 3, 4. RAMBOW, BILL Choir 1,2; Bond 1; Bowling 3,4; Library Assistant 4. RAMM1EN, DEN Basketball 1,2,3, 4; Baseball 1,2,3, 4; Choir 1, 2,3,4; Massed Chorus 1,4; A cappella 4; Varsity Club 3,4; Student Council 4; Prom Court 4. ROBBINS. BETTE Choir 1; GAA 1; Dramat 1,2; Senior Class Play 4; Forensics 1,2; Student Council 1; Class Officer 1; Journalism 1,3; Annual 1; Home Ec Club 3. ROTH, JEFF Transferred from St. Andrew's; Football 2; Basketball 2; Intramurals 3,4; Track 2,3; Bowling 3, 4; Homecoming Court 2, 4; Student Council 3; Choir 3,4. ROWE. KAY GAA 1,2, 3,4; Bowling 1,2,4; Forensics 2; National Honor Society 4; Future Nurses’ Club4. RUFFALO, DELORES Transferred from St. Andrew’s; GAA 2,3,4; Bowling 2,3,4; Home Ec Club 3. SCHARINE, JUDY GAA 1,2,3,4; Bowling 1,2,3; Band 1,2; Pep Band 1; Choir 1, 2,3,4; Girls’ Chorus 3; Student Council 1,2,4. SCHIRER, DICK Science Club 1; Band 1; FFA 2; Intramural Basketball 4. SCHOLLE, JIM Transferred from St. Andrew’s; Intramurals 2,3, 4; Choir 3; Bowling 2,3,4; Track 3. SCHOLLE. KATHY Transferred from St. Andrew’s; GAA 2, 3, 4; Bowling 2, 3, 4; Choir 2, 3, 4; A cappella 4; Sextet 3,4; Massed Chorus 4; National Honor Society 2. 3. 4; FNA 3. 4; Pep Club 4. SCHUETT, LOIS GAA 1,2,4; Bowling 1,2; Teacher’s Assistant 4; Girls’ Chorus 4. SCOTT. BARBARA Choir 1; GAA 1; Attendance 1. SIKES, SANDY Band 1; GAA 1.2, 3, 4; Howling 1,2,3; National Honor Society 3, 4; Student Council 2, 3; Choir 2, 3,4; Girls' Chorus 3; FTA 4; Class Officer 1; Dramat 2; Sextet 2. SPITZ. LARRY Football 1,2, 3,4; Basketball 1,2,3, 4; Track 1. 2,3,4; Lottermen’s Club 3,4; Badger Boys’ State 3; National Honor Society 2,3,4; Choir 1, 2,3,4; Class Officer 1,2; Boys’ Octet 3; Boys’ Quartet 4. SPOERLE, GEORGENA GAA 1,2, 3,4; Bowling 1,2,3; Cheerleading 1, 2. 3, 4; Choir I. 2. 3; Band 1. 2, 3. 4; AFS 2. 3; Journalism 1. STAFFORD. JOAN Choir 1, 2, 3, 4; Sextet 1.2; A cappella 4; Journalism 4. STEWART, BARBARA GAA 2, 3, 4; Bowling 2, 3, 4; Annual 3, 4; Dramat 1. STEWART. MARY GAA 2,3,4; Bowling 2,3; Annual 3; Journalism 3; Drumat 1; Pep Club 4; Teacher’s Assistant 4. STIRMEL, SUE GAA 2,3,4; Bowling 2,3,4; GAA President 4; Teacher’s Assistant 4; Choir 1.2. 3, 4; Girls’ Chorus 2,3; Journalism 3. SUFKA.JOHN Teacher’s Assistant 4. TALLMAN, SALLY Transferred from St. Andrew’s; GAA 2,3,4; Bowling 2, 3; Choir 2, 3, 4; Girls’ Chorus 3; Home Ec Club 2,3; Pep Club 4; Prom Court 4; Teacher’s Assistant 4. 118THEOBALD. TOM Transferred from Central Jr. High School, Lnke-wood, Colorado; Track 2,3,4; Basketbull 2; Swimming 3,4; Lettermen's Club 3,4; Intra-murals 3; Bowling 3; Student Council 4; Homecoming Court 4. THIERSTEIN, URSULA Foreign Exchange Student from Zurich, Switzerland; GAA 4; Choir 4; Journalism 4; Student Council. Honorary Member 4; Homecoming Court 4; Quill and Scroll 4. THOMAS. BOB Transferred from Walworth High School; FFA 2, 3,4; National Honor Society 3,4. VANHORN. MARGE Transferred from Clinton High School; GAA 2; Rowling 2; FNA 4; Journalism 3; Annuol 4. VOSS. CHUCK Football 1,2, 3, 4; Basketball 1,2, 3, 4; Base-bull 1,2; Student Council 1,2,3; Class President 4; National Honor Society 2, 3, 4; Annual 2, 3.4; AFS 2,3; Varsity Club 3, 4; Student Teacher 3; Quill ond Scroll 4. WKILAND. TRUDY GAA 1.2. 3. 4; Choir 2,3,4; Library Assistant 2; Girls' Chorus 3; FNA 3; Bowling 4; Forensics 4. WENZEL, TED Science Club 1; Bascbull 1,2,3, 4; Intramurals 1,2; Basketball Manager 2.3; National Honor Society 2,3,4; Varsity Club 3,4. WHALEN, PAT GAA 2. 3. 4; Home Ec Club 2, 3; Bowling 2. 4; Forensics 3,4; Dramat 3; Choir 4; Girls’ Chorus 3; Pep Club 4; Transferred from St. Andrew's. WIEDEMER, CHARLOTTE Band 1; Choir 1; Girls' Chorus 4; Library Assistant 2,3; Class Officer I; FTA 3; Forensics 3; National Honor Society 4. WILEAR, GORDON Bowling 1,2, 3,4; Intramurals 1,2, 3,4; Golf 2, 3.4. WINTER, VIKI Choir 1, 4. YOUMANS. RICHARD Golf 1; Baseball 2, 3; Annual 3, 4; Dramat 4; Choir 1; Milk Break 3. 119nowledgments Our grateful thanks to many photographers who generously contributed pictures to the 1960 ERA: To A. L. Petermann of the Delovan ENTERPRISE for mony photographs, including most of the action pictures of athletic events; to John Cobb of the Beloit DAILY NEWS; to the William Wollin Studio, Madison, for the aerial view of our school on page two. Senior pictures were taken, under commercial contracts, by the Helgeson Studio, Delavan and Janesville; the Fossum Studio, Elkhorn; the Sharpe Studio, Beloit. The Helgeson Studio provided the majority of the class and school activities photographs. Student photographers, too numerous to mention by name, also contributed. 120AutographsAutographs


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