Eau Claire High School - Kodak Yearbook (Eau Claire, WI)

 - Class of 1951

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N .L "va A f- '- + -- ,I-7-' IQ. ,' SENIOR HIGH Where Youth ond Pleosure meet To chose the glowing hours with flylng feet Byron Zfreward Although the steps of Knowledge ore steep ond long their zennth IS success ond hoppnness During our four yeors ot Sensor Hugh we odvonce up the steps of growth cooperotlon study fellowship ond concentrotuon Eoch one brnngs us neorer to our ultlmote gool At tumes we moy stumble but through unfolterung effort ond con stont vagnlonce we fnnolly reach the top 2 f kinullwlrxg HM 1 , YU fvWra15 f11-rllffw " W IHHML nl K1 X M 2 l aff" is ,Sk , v AE: 9 ' Z gig? X wg? XX X, X i fx, If 1 4 , g' , 2 ff XQ QQ Q Q f MQ QQ- X Q if I mo . 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BARNES Prmclpal Vice Frznczpal The dutles usually gaven to the principal have now been dnvlded between the prlncupal and vlce prnn clpal Mr Thorngate has been guven part of the work more or less of the nature of counseling You may fund hum nn the coordmatnon offnce asslst :ng un the checking of attendance Principal We the students of ECH3 reallze that the present sntuatlon IS one that makes new and varled demands on Arnerlcan youth therefore our pnn cupal has taken much Interest un gusdung our hugh school tralnung along the educatlonal and vocational paths whereln we may render the greatest possnble servlce to our country and communuty Thus under hrs super vusuon we have the student council and the complete extra currlcular program For these efforts M Barnes accept our apprecuatlon and thanks Mr Thorngate Vice Pnnclpal nv'- WUPM KM! Superzuicmieut Although Mr D Long has been nn Eau Claure only two years and many of us do not know hum per sonally lm sure we can feel he us contnbutnng much to the educatnonal system here Has dutues are many and varued but are maunly based on the advising and supervising of the enhre educatnonal department Both the students and faculty will look to hum for advice and guidance formnng educatuon I pollcles I Seated Cleft to rughtl Mr Kenneth Knutson Mr Donald Barnes Dr Walton Manz tPresl Mrs Sllvla Ludowlse and Mr Ira Bennett Standlng Mr Homer De Long tSuptl Mr Vincent Adams Mr Ray mond Gnllson and Mr Wallard Pynn tSecJ MR HOMER DE LONG Superintendent Selma! l6'aard During the past year a new seven man school board has been func tnomng under a change ln the system of the board Even though the num ber of members has been reduced the -nany responsnbnlutnes of the board have not Among thenr dutles thus group of men must hlre the admlnlstratlon members pnncnpals and teachers prepare the school budget let con tracts for workung on school property and decnde upon the polucues for the educational system The Board f Educatnon us headed by Dr W R Manz and Mr Wlllard Pynn acts as secretary KD.,- Q- Z rx I IPI r-ACLLTY Ml 5 RCQI Mn S Land Cou .JVC Mr Coffman MIS Grondy ond M155 Kung X1 wwe , Nx NX xx 'SO xmoffmeg O S NX 0569 T Q X FPXFSL KOndCrIn O v NCQL 65 Bend Momma 14"-4 PHYSICAL FDUCATION FACULTY ond Mass Wang Mr Novak SOCIAL STUDIES FACULTY seated Mr Poquette M155 Flluott ond Mr Kunz Smndxng Mr Hellelond Mr John son Mr Motz Mr Hong Mr Anderson ond Mr Rust MUSIC FACULTY M NAIler M Boyd Mr Schofe 8 fm WH Vw MATHEMATICS FACULTY Seated M 5 WOI 4-Cl tevsdarf Mus Jfhnson Mass Otteson and Mlss UNIFNCE p-A Ol on Standing Mr Berg and Mr Slwervey ,C Qjf ThOrCULT egf CNW? re CC' rn Mr L Tor Q M' Lt, VSNUD 'Sfn dvlffsar, M'Ss Mr G Cine OHQQH r I' 'IOME ECONOMICS FACUITY seated M155 Johnson nd Mass Ellnnasan Standing Mass Talbert and Mass Ycmal COMMERCE FACULTY seated Mr Tealey Muss Fors INDUSTRIAL ARTS FACULTY left to rnght Mr Cassel lord and Mus Dougherty Standing Mr Nelson Mus Mr Rude Mr Burmeuster Mr Adams Mr Craerner Slaughter and Mr Herreld Mr Rehm Mr Fish Mr Wtsbroecker and Mr Cordes 9 s n if Ar, ' f xx 1 . 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A , . , , , , . . , . , . , . . 5r1gli if Mrs Coffman outlunes some gunuor Englush for Charlson as Carol Brudges looks on Students of the freshman Engllsh class llsten lntently as Muss Grandy reads to them Nancy Yvonne Jackson and Barb Bergh duagra sentences nn Moss Reglns sophomore Englush class During our four years at hugh school wc are required to take three courses of English and may have a fourth with each year devoted to one special fneld The freshman year as devoted to a revrew of our prewnaus knowledge Dursng our sophomore year we study English lnterature When we are sensors our studnes center around a preparatory course for college The en me course arms to prepare us for any future Englnsh work we may need The sensor English class of Mr Hovey partucnpate In a dlscussuon with Dewey Beaudette presndzng FW mini n Q' lO ix Rl l , . .I A :. 'Q . , 'L 1" is T Q I ' F dll ' Q S 31:5 ' 'F ,' -Ls' ,li f .' ri Q If D. . Miss Landfair assistsl Shung V Lindow l Smitn and G Anderson with note cards for .fuglz I1 XF. their term papers ,Czbrary Our school library is probably the most helpful and useful room of the school To it we go for solutions to many types of problems Both Mr Barsness and Miss Zingsheim with the and of the library coun cil accommodate students with many ref erences and books for eading enioyment Carol Wennerstrom interviews Janet Kragness about one of her book reports in Mr Mortimer s English class :ally Webert receives help from Jean Zingsheim assistant 'JZ' 5 3? 1' ll I x- " f 1, r no ll librarian, while looking in the files. Pot Manthei checks out her book with Mrs. Barsness 4 TV I , uf A Enyoytng humorous poetry read by J LaLonde are Mr Krammes G Sass J Smnth M Payne P Waterhouse and S Reetz Drama Dramatncs as the art of developung and produclng plays opplytng make up learntng declamatnons and other actuyuttes that apply to stage production Under the dnrectnon of Mr Krammes the department produces throughout the year Contests un declamatlons are also held wtth participants somettmes golng to the State flnols Mr Krammes us coachung has students on theur declo matuons Grouped at the table are D Thomas J Stark M Krammes H Gules N Htrsch C Mueller and T Wyman r Wendt L Luese and A Kotz read a raduo scrnpt whale D Johnson has charge of the controls Kadza If you should happen to wander past 207 durnng the stxth period you are sure to see Mr Hoyey s raduo class busy preparing broadcasts and entertainment tar the publuc Each week members of the class prepare Scrapbook and Story Clock Wrutung and reynstng scripts recordnng and partuclpatnng an speech contests are also Included un the class actlvtttes Turntng the platters on Montys Must Shop ts ,unter dusk jockey Jam Power Sv? l S J 1 .. l 5 many One'OCl plays Wll'Cl" they Qlve for .the Students and present special programs such as the "High School . . ' s. ' J Mr Rosene gets a humorous response from his Spanish class as he gives them the next assignment Mary Jo Schneider and Priscilla Pierce perform a dance for the students during the Latin banquet llll 65 W Q ln many colleges today a language is knowledge of many vocations, you are certain to need some foreign language Our high school offers a varied selection of these cours es consisting of Spanish French Latin and German Latin is the foundation of almost everything German and French are offered Sally Falstad points to a house of a miniature German village in Mr Rosenes room Tony Walsh and Solveig Amble look on for general culture and for help in scien those who might want to travel Two years of each of the subjects are required to get any credit for future use with the first year de voted to fundamentals The second year offers a wider variety of literature Barbara Bloom president of the French club presides over a meeting of the club while Mrs Chatterson listens in V-S' l F FFF F , y 1 .h I . . AT I not required, but to gain a background and tific research, while Spanish is mainly for ' .r z 4 .E .-F OL W , . . r- -ax ,ju vt- l3 ..,-4 Jean Baker edutor of the News guves tups to the staff lleft to rughti S Sarazen J Anger M John son J Franey H Herzberg l Smuth and J Wold News Every two weeks students at E C H S waut anx uously for the dustrubutuon of the News The paper whuch us publushed for the students benefut contauns edutoruals sports nevss feature artucles fashuon notes and the columns concernung unduvuduals Thus year the News was eduted by Judy Bauley the furst semester and durung the second semester Jean Baker had the posu tuon Advusor of the paper us Mr Cassel and the prunt ung us done by the hugh school pruntung department B Wunruch measures Out the dummy sheet for the News wuth A Nestor and R Bucklu watchung D Ho fe T Kelly and C Rundberg look over copy Kodak Takung tume from theur work are some of the Kodak staff members Grouped around B Kunert at the ewruter e D Oluyer dutorl G Sulvernoul Barness D Peterson C Marten and D Forsythe Tre rest of the Kodak staff are shown un theur offuce Left to rught N Corwuru Mr Mortumer tadvuserl B Bergh G Aanstad A Krause C Larson M Moe and M Murray Puttung out o yearbook such as the Kodak re quures the work of a staff of suxteen students and one adyuser from the facultv Thus year the chaurman of the Enalush department M l-lovey has supuvused the busuness end of the Kodak The staff consusts of an rlutor un chuef and two students selected for each sec from Each staff member receuves valuable experuence un drawung up the dummx plannung the puctures wrut 'tj t e copy and checkung the proofs After havung am years experuence the students are able to durect the plarmung of theur assuqned sectuan for next years ln lf The above are commlttee members of Mess Elltotts hlstory classes, who sponsored project of supplying a will lf' iiifvf Mr l-long poants to the scene of a campaign ln the r cf for B l-a lon B Jopke and G Jens n h tory c Bob Anderson gwes a talk and enlughtens Mr Anderson S second peruod American problems class Smal Sfudzcs As we progress ln our lnves we become aware and thoughtful of both national and an ternatlonal affairs Turning again to our htgh school courses offered we come to the problem of selectmg the subjects that help us recelve a wnde background of world hlstory and current happenmgs Socual studnes world geography Amerucan problems and both w rld and U S history are available to us To and us nn gannnng famvly at as NI. g ,W l knowledge and understandlng better the makmg of our country s freedom class dnscussnons movnes reports and a few fueld trzps add to the Interest of the work C McElwaune potnts to The Amerucan Creed durung a discussion un Mr John ons socuol studles class as A Holbrook and D Smuth watch v :Isle G hrke explauns a geometry problem to Larry Ernckson nn Muss Olson s class Math Ascendnng tne stanrs to progress we fund that one of the most essential courses needed In our tlme mathematocs Throughout our entire lnfe and everyday we come face to face wnth some klnd of rnathematlcal problem In hugh school we are requnred to take one vear of math lf we wush to enlarge on the study there IS geometry advanced algebra and tngonometry Be Cause of the desire on the part of boys to meet pre :nductuon rcqu rements or prepare themselves for future work an engnneernng or related branches these courses are offered for then bcnefut Mr Berg w t cs as Duane Patroz and Phyllus Gow work edt therr algebra p blcrn cn the blackboard Dcmonstrot ng the use of a pcntograph are Travus Olson Cul Hauge Sandra Gude and Orvulle Torgerson Miss Otteson s trng class Msg W Itersdorf checks t e papers of her general math students as they w rk on thetr asslgnment E CO erscn light tlce coal gas that i being driven off Proving the wheel and axle experiment are A Nestor while completing the experiment to show destructive Gnd B Bqrlgnd while G Ele-yer ond R Hugdol-il look gn distillation of coal with A Henke s assistance Suzanne To understand the modern world with its atomic energy and scientific discoveries students must develop an interest in the general knowledge of the field Jun iors and seniors have the choice of either physics or chemistry, while sophomores are required to take biology. Courses in general and senior science are also available. Convinced of the trend toward a more modern world than today, many students receive excellent background in high school for further research in this respective vocation. Doing a proiect on soil conservation in Miss Stainer's biology class are: V. Dahl, B. Perry, J. Nelson, B. Sher- man, J. Barnhardt, and C. Nibauer, Mr. West demonstrates an experiment to show the static charge of electricity while B. Carlson, L. Mueller, E. Ryder, and L, Biesecker watch. H arry Schend Glenz ef mixe class. and Rlvnnie Esfluce while D Ou osmus watch hifi ljgaseh aries lr chef ffo 5 dfouomlcs lt IS very essentral that homernakers study the practucal prsncuples of buuldung healthy bodles and vvgorous mnnds The home economucs de pc rtm nt provd s mstructaon to m t our modern needs coverung home management clothung 'food and nutrlhon consumer buying and personal groommg Therefore a well balanced program IS set p The home economlcs department IS not exclusuvely for gurls but also offers a course In chef for boys which seems to be very popular Elqme W0Odf Ord co :ss Tolberr oSSgff'illfgaresNon er S 011 elbo ewlryg UBI' Wlth wh, hers Mem bers of M1 Dr Ss J epormg Q dmne Ohnston 5 Co k eson Carol Slge hey are C?n'n9 Class O e rman and Shrrylgysmwne Donn Omedohl I5 cYtCV'n CON x ss bteS CY7lflfll'M6'l'6'c' avowed CSN Lin Students an E C H S have much oppor tumty to begun o coreer an the commerclol fxeld Typ rg s"ortl"ond ond boofk ng or offered o bo uc fwmdomentol cow es Advonced work ns o cn to oll those plonnmg to quolufy for o s o'tcr groduotnon Mony studerwts ore working an the chool store ond booster offuce os on odd: tlonol servlce whsle leornmg X. 'WW M QM' s O men' mms YO MKSS Sxougttgi th N g5S1QfWere pxoced xft Cengfgtlng ear Gnd W C rruved this Y .an bers Of the mem Teoxey Ore N055 Tgkmg dlctcmorex fyfgempd shorthand c me T ' gl' to some corboifw 'Zine' se 5 hO0 5 com 5 ensogcheffxer 'H 'he SC 0071 el +A? 'QL Ns Donovan Hommen enlarges the plcture that IS St ve Andrews who take most of the prctures fcr the shown on the enlarger Kodak IS shown takrng a photograph of Mr Torger on Joel Uecker and Ed l-lerrrnan are developlng plctures In the dark roam Tom l-laney watches the prnntrng class s Phafagrzzplzy The room back of the chemustry lab ns well fntted as a dork roam but no one should be In the dark about what ns done there All plctures taken around school are developed prunted and many are enlarged there too Thenr equupment rncludes several types of cameras and qulte a vorlety of en'arglng Instruments Picture orders come mounly from the Kodak staff and from the school News Thelr tralnlng has proved to be of the e t as has been shown by the wlnnrng of awards ln THD Natuonal Hugh School Photography Contest each of the last four years Prmfmg The prlntrng class rn lO9 learns one thung well They know exactly what deadllne us and what happens when th y fal o meet t Prlntlng the school News every two weeks vs a bug job but that IS on'y part of the work They prlnt notices of all ktnds programs and many klnds of pods Durrng the summer several bays trnd employment rlght here nn the shop gettlng out or ders for fall dellvenes Mr Wusbroe ker assrsts De n Steahr wnth the new automotlc DVGSQ operatron of the hand press ' l 1 E Q - ' r , 5 .. i K - sf - 4 ' T sl I . 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' ' 20 Don Peterson as shown turnxng a small cylinder rn mo hrne shop class Judusfrzal Arts A lorge and varied choice as avanlable to students of the hzgh school an the field of manual trounnng There are courses In electricity woodwork machune shop and mechanical drowung whrch are pxctured on thus page Thu year a specxal woodwork class was ayanlable for girls who enloy working wnth tleur hands Drmer 5 Cralnzng Under the Capable guidance of Mr Adams many gunuors and sensors have token a course In dravers tralnung learn how at runs how to change a ture and other neces sary knowledge for practical use Gerry Drake Ron Jackson and Jum Scolman cut dowels on a dowel cuttnng machnne Mr Rehrn helps Ronnie Jack on wlth hrs archutectural drawnng 'T I Workung rn rodro electricity on a one tube radro are Don Ash and Tom Johnson Mr Adcms explains the functuon of the motor druyers tronnung class to C Koarta Books and A Runnnng B Raether R l l Q I Q . . X ' 1- . . , , I ,S - , - - this year. Besides learnung how to operate the car, they Q - ' s in - W V ' " o ' I . A, N .- -f l I' F N ? 5 - 1 -X ,,.-..-1- Mr l-rsh supervlses has thlrd perlod art c s Mr Cordes as :sts Rodney Sorenson and Bob Smlth ulld a lamb feeder ln agrlculture class Ziff Arts Agrrculfurf You wlll tlnd the art room across the hall from the balcony ot the gym The long tables have a new arrangement the long way ot the room partly surroundlng Mr Flshs desk And what are the art students busy dolng7 lt mlght be a wlde varlety of thrngs such as sculpture palntlng commerclal art hustory of art home planning and deslgn plctorual compgsltlon etc The art department IS also called on to make de oratlons for varlou school functlons Thus year tney have been palntlng a mural of the lumbervng lndustry whlch wall be hung IH our llbrary Boys who take classes rn room G4 surely get a lot of practlcal expenence Mr Cordes glves enough lnstructlon to enable a student to take Ag four years A tew of the dlvlslons studled are crops anlmal hus banclry mechanucs forestry etc Advanced tralnmg rs glven IH courses of farm economlcs and manage ment Leadershlp tralntng helps In club work and the yudglng of llvestock teoches them to apply much of what they learn about farm anlmals Harold Hasart and Rnchard Slewert are shown pauntlng Roger Selmers and Rlchv Svengaord work on the mural hog crate fo one of the bulldlng projects they are palntlng for the llbrary agrlculture 1 BAND Rowl lleft to nghtl S Stagluano B Anderson W l.aGasse J Walker Row 2 D Hoffe A Larson B Lawln A Henke J Mattson B Ganong M Sherman L Holm E Rnley M Wvsbroecker Monsen M Zemple B Bergh Row3 M Murray L Fnnstead C Olson D Hommen T Wyman R Jackson D Anderson V Thalacker T Olson F Cosperson A Smlth R Knight J Florln R Anderson D l-leans O Hauge O Torgerson P Marklson M Calkins Among the organnzatuons to be commended ns our Pep Band whose wnllmgness to appear throughout the year ns appreciated by all Thus band us composed of the members of the Sensor Band who obtain the furst seats In theur respective sections The band appears at the pep assemblaes basket ball games, and other school functions Some of the band officers pose for thelr picture Seated M Berman quartermaster Standing T Ol son personnel offncer R Knight quartermoster Pat Lntshelm and Oreen Torgerson band llbronans are D Anderson stage cholrman shown In theur office sorting music 23 Vw-4, .L '-4, , .. 2 , , . , . ', - ,- f - f V , A , - ' , - ' , A, , . , . . , - , - f - f - , - , - , - , A , V - . , - I . , . ' : . - , I - . I , I . , . , . " "ff Q 'A - , ' Q - I , 'TX I .Xwff '4 ' X 5- 4. M A u Q , V mr, 2. 8 6' ff S Smiar 'Q cv fs ll? Mr, Boyd gives instruction to Arlene Larson lsec- retary and treasurer, Orville Hauge lpresidenti, and Bob Vvfinrich 'vice-president in the band office. The ever growing instrumental depart- ment of our school has furnished much enter- tainment for the student body this past year. The fine concerts which the band presents twice each year are always met with much approval both in Eau Claire and in the various cities where the band has given concerts. The band, through the careful direction of Mr. Boyd always works hard to keep up the stand- ards set by previous bands, Hauser! Hand However, the band is not solely a concert group, They are participants in a wide range of school events and civic activities. They also perform some very intricate maneuvers for our football games, as well as marching in all the parades. The band also takes a trip to one of the large cities in Wisconsin or Minnesota each year. Many of the accom- plishments of the group can be traced direct- ly to the Band Parents Organization. We wish here to express our thanks to the instrumental music department for the many enjoyable hours they have given us. Travis Olson, Vernon Thalocker, and Ronnie Wold-members of the baritone section. FEW' F' me 55,115 'O V' Y B Stole J ssler D l-lemg ei: MZZXZICTWH I nal 9 der O HOU e ec G Anderson D Greenege Form "a?'!Q 'G' ow one lleft to rnghtl R McCutcl'wen B Lawnn C Paulson J Matt son B Ganong J Bradshaw A Peterson Y Steunberg K Wenberg Row two Sectional leader A Larson M Wear A Henke G Hen drnckson C Eruckson M Green S Smuth A Hanson M Wear Y Wangen Row three C Olson L Kruschke C Larson B Gorton S Ambll E Gelwrke M Wrsbroecker A Monsen R Senpel Lett to rrgnt Sectional leader B Wunrnch T WYVUOU D Hommen D Anderson G Knudson E Kappus J Snogren M Foster R Jackson G Barry Left to ngm A CCYI mol CCC er O TOY S ey H m M S Q6FSOn enbem nelmon E RUBY H :eg KMQU N Meow Semor 26 , d, J. Boyd B Leg tOhnglhtiAEdeEQverlwOrs?, Mizrozarigfm r I rngngal lead9VD 'feffmp e S RlCl'1Ol'd5 Leftt rloht Sectonal leaders P Markrson C Kaanta D Hoffe J re D Slwepler M Calkins M Murray L Flnsteod M Ness H Peterson P Lrtshenm G Jenson M Hoffman V Jevne R Kmghf M Berman L SectmmllS Hand Left to right: F. Wagner, B, Arnsdorf, D. Johnson, J. Scolman, D. Beede, L. Partlow, Sectional leader-F. Caspersorm. A. Smith lmissing from picturel. C5 27 lk - ' , I I deriJ. VVO Left to rIih"sfCtgOn?xndee?rsor1, Fig em , ' a gang' D. Isaacson, J- BPYd' B' O W- LQ Gasse. . 2 .. A .A ? M . 4-4- 0 l - ' ,, V.. 'Q'-'--.--4 y 4..VA -Ei Q xn L rg' J"':i 'A ,f L A. tif , 25,3 7 .!. .Q '. U f ' M 'L Q 'L' -I - . .Q A ' u ' 'ilu , 3, 'Q ' fb, . ,. . . ... ' .' -,1., ,.. ' f xx -Q Y U Q U X. 'Ja Saga! fi 4,4 I, fi' Q ' nb 4-.7 Al, fgg ,vf ' . . .lu ', -' ',, :H 1 Inf. '. .u . if if -, ' , . 1. .X Q, 1 4 Q .r I nf. - . :KIM ig' 'Lx Row one lleft to rlghti: R. Sorenson, E. Hillestod, R. Books, S. Ganther, N. Hirsch, S, Bain, N. Scott, S. Davey, J. Kos rnogky, A. Foster, J. Mrkesell, D. Lcdwig, M. Davis, C. Maeller, R. Koenig. Row twoi L. Mrlword, C. Aanstad, D. Stevenson, J. Kuehl, J. Ganong, E. Duxbury, Y. Jackson, S. Pehoske, B. Peterson J. Juroszek, M. Wrught, D. Forsythe, M, Tue-tz, J. Anderson, C. Haas, M Bement, C. Zeelue, I. Everson, Mr. Schafer. Q Senior High ' QQ? -5' junior Orrhesfriz Mr. Schafer S ttrng 'left to right! 1 Floyd Lrttie, Roberta Stage, Patricia Best, Nancy Dlrkes. Standingi Jerry Hoyt ond Lawrence Hovde. 30 Row three lleft to rlghtl B Sherman D Neuenfeldt D Ward J Anderson C Pagel R Wnttkopf R Wnllrams R Cater B Juergens C Matthews A Brown B Sowaske P Waldue D Olson E Burns B Hanson F Campbell Row four C Anger G Lowe M Sommerfeldt D Bennett P Ottum G Gerner G Horan J Keegan L Saxe R Dahl H Giles R Selvert B Lamont W Hedlund D Knutson R Guese D Johnson L Hotchkiss Onstad E Fltch La Duke J Gabert Scuzvr Hhvzr a Q e7 junzar Ulzvzr Row one Cleft to rlghtl P Ewnngs B Kpustad K Smuth N Wunter J Swanson A Steves C Holum J Hentschel J Arnundson S Boskowutz J Engelbretson J Wnse L Bonnzn A Brockett E Melcher J Lyon M Bgork S Olson D Wangen Row two C Glenna J Stortz J Berrnon K McSorlre R Drung B Zahn P Owen E Walter C Johnson D Hennung A. Bergum J. Anderson G, Froseth D. Nelson S. Llnderwolm S, Mencel B. Johnson B. Jones F. Lamprnan D Thomas. Row three: N. Hagstrom D. Henning S. Srnuddi, G, Hanson V. Dahl M. Stevenson, N. Statcsburv, D Ahlstrom K. Jack J. 'h, . 'n . er . ' el . rson M. elson V. Ison B. Nan, . 4 c .P ' Le vnn A. Piltz. Rout four: N. Moore S. Jensen, S. Davey M, Knott J. NeI,on, J. Nadler, L. Semungscn L. Bayer, D, Nasset D. Walch D. Emberts J. Chumas R. Anderson L. Thorn D. Rasmus R. Sother J. Schneider L. Rurnphol. Dlck Bennett 3l -3 Q tr ufx. LV and her offrce asslstants take time Checknng with Mrss Stuck and Mrs Guytan nn the from thenr dutues to have thenr picture taken Readlna a ordunatuon offuce IS Joyce Stark from the left are M Nehrnng L Asmussen R Brum 'nond J Anger Mrs Hancock J Berg S Zehm Kunert and E Jones The custodians gather around Gus Belter whsle he shows them how to fnx a munor repalr Watching hum Jerform the task are Lyle Englesby Ray Ruthven Jen me Scharlau Andrew Vwrught and Carl Rehberg Uusiodluus Throughout the year the custodians per form their duties day In and day out wuth out receuylng much thanks for thenr hard work We of the Kodak staff want to take thus space to thank them for without these able people none of our school functions could be continued fudmf Uaunczl Thus year the student councxl has been lusy planning programs and other functlons to Improve the school as a whole One of theur protects thus year rs the checking of coats and hats at all of the basketball games Throughout the year these students plan varuous actuyutues for the entire school body to take part rn Attendrnq one of their buslness meetznas are the followuna student councul members Suttnng clockwlse are E Gehrke L Paulson L Anderson M Calkrns M Wusbroecker J Matz D Kunz G Lowe J Ludvugson S Sarazen D Freud J uella C Mueller D Greene J Toy J Berndt D Schvllunq R Erickson and N Elllngson Standung are Mass Elllot and Mr Barnes advnsors w 14 32 ' r T 'J' . I , A .. ' '.p '- I ro 'N - A . my 5 " D . V I 'X 1 V-'lf I N 3, H' fed . , ' ' ' ' , . . , . , . Y sv - 1. if tw? A " 4 vi' . ,f 1, . . , . - ' 'lv , . . .XA , , . , , , J N . . J In r r g 1 1 - ' 1 I J . , . , . , . I , . 1 , . , , . a- ? .1 ...Q .4 ,L- fx s- x' X F .. , , 14.1 13 Qs x .- fx fx V, If Lf I ,QM w 'El ,gf gb . :ff f QU X' UB A REGULAR MEETING OF THE GIRL RESERVES The Grrl Reserves Club was founded he al b Mass Otteson present advisor Wnth the help of Mass Ol son nt arms to be of service any way posslble to bath the community and the school The club starts :ts actlve year even before school offrclally opens by help :ng the Freshmen learn about the school Other highlights of the year are the Grrl Reserve Prom the Bug Srster Party and the Bunny Hop lt concludes with the An nual Mother Daughter Banquet The 230 members of the club each actlvely part: clpate In various committees throughout the year Cl.eft to nghtl Janet Anderson Kung Cornne Lar son ueen Elanne Woodford and Vrrgrnna Johnson after the crownung of the l95O Girl Reserve Prom 4"a...L. Girl Kfserves Row e Cleft to nght Arlene Larson Vrrgmra Johnson Barbara Hoyt l.oAnn Dreke Maxrne 'Xlchrrng JoAnne Hangartner Rrw two Clarlce Aan tad Ruth Ccrens n Mary Payne Elsie Gehrke Orccn Targerson Elalne Johnson 34 Row l J Kung J Sunday D Manthel D Gutsch D Emberts L Ernckson K Corwan R Hugdahl Row 2 B Hgugen D Wagner J Severson R Lockrern F DuFrane B Hamilton J Bogstad E Amundson D Lawrence W elns Torgerson D Barsness R Johnson G Poquette Sponsonng school actwrtres promotnng fellowshrp among :ts members and ocquaantlng the members with parluamentary procedure and club practuce IS the purpose of tne Lyceum Club under the supervision of Gordle Paquette The bug Tnanksgnyung dance the Turkey Trot as one of the dances put on by the club Along wnth the nnutratuon and other events thus club IS made thoroughly enloyable by thus group of boys from Eau Clarre Senior Hugh School Bruce Haugen awautung the wenner of the bug chicken whuch IS about to be awarded at the annual Turkey Trot B Haugen vnce presudent W LaGasse secretary treasurer K Hampton presldent J Richardson Sergeant at arms 35 l N ' f 1 , X ' R ' . ' I ' 4 I l v ' . , . I ' I , R ' I q 1, sz r, , ' ' ' ' , 2 In - ' s V , K A 3 ' Row 3: J. Olson, B, Shells, L, Saxe, R, Martin, J. Richardstn, H. Slctner, K. Hampton, B. l-lezsler, J. Thoermer, O, J . . ' f I K FE x -9' Row one J Meyer B Schumaker J Proctor R Jackson J Toy T Holter R Lorentz M Berman R Knlght C Bjork D Larson Row two E Anderson J Burseth T Wyman B Wlnrlch R Buckll B Paulson B Lamont D l-lommen C Chumas J Boyd R Anderson J Shogren B Sleep A Crandall D Brenn T Wldule J Hesteken J Walker F Kempf R Bergh C Mencel J Crocker l-l Lystrup advuser N Anderson The Stump Clubs alm wnth Mr Lystrups advlslng as to encourage octlve partlclpotlon ln programs for en ,oyment as well as servlce Actnvltues such as ushermg at oep assemblies playing the annual Stump Lyceum football game and sponsonng the Santa Claus Gallop make the Stump a complete success Don l-lommen takes the row egg calmly as hrs predeces sors Bull McGunnus and John Crocker drop lt In Looknng up at their presldent C Mencel are T Wldule ylce presldent and B McGlnnus secretary treasurer 36 Y ' h , 1 . nik I 3' I . ., ' Q 7 . A -A ' 'fl' , . . U I V . 1 . , . , . , . , . , . , . , , , , . , . , . , . , . . Row three: J. Zmundson, E. Brooks, B, McGinnis, C. Kortier, J. Kaiser, F. Wagner, D. Mercer, B. Porter, M. Semingson - 1 A 1 - 1 - 1 - 1 A 1 - 1 V 1 - , I , , . , , . . . . l . . , ' . , I I I J fwfr-A l 'CS I . kt' ' .F l l Row one left to rlght Mr Nelson C Mencel B McGlnnls J Thoermer L Saxe F Chrustuanson C Kortuer Row two J Crocker J Anderson R Porter l-l Sletner O Torgerson J Severson D Anderson D Larson Row three J Shogren C Bortle F Wagner R Martin J Plchardson J Olson R Schumaker J Kanser T Wndule Row four E Hanson S Stagllano N Ever on D Hommen A Enckson B Paulson D Garnett R Brothers J Powers J Berndt Frye cheerful m mbers of the Hn Y club eagerly packed and wrapped packages of food and cloth :ng for needy fam Ines at Christmas time the flrst and thlrd Thursdays of each month wlth nu M1 V The Hu Y under the dnrectnon of Mr Nelson meets merous successful programs presented At Chrlstmas the club adopted a family to whom gnfts of food and toys were guven The purpose of the Hu Y ns to create malntaun and extend throughout the school and com munuty hugh standards of Chrxstuan character The officers of the Hu Y club mclude C Mencel Program Chaurman F Chrustlanson Secretary Treas B McGunnns President J Thoermer Vnce Presldent L Saxe Program Chalrman urer and Front to bock E Hullstod C Aon stod E Johnson B Wmon J Borstod A Nester Left to nght B Hoyt J Borstod M Nehrung J Hongortner O Tor gerson V Johnson Uhcerleaders Trylng to get some school splrlt out of the student ns quite o yob' These gurls efforts should be very much opprecuoted The cheerleaders sponsor pep ossemblles ond o dance Tney olso sell cokes ot donces With Mass Ellen Olson os odvuser ond Joon Bor stod os the presndent of the club at ns the Front to bock E Burns N Corwln A Krause J Mortln M Green B Nelson B Jopke M Golden C Olson A Werner Absent from pucture ore V Leland J Rrley ond F Laycock 38 , . . 4 'Y 4 1 most spirited club in Eou Cloire High School. rw - lighter Offucers of footlughters are as follows J Heggen R Anderson M Waterhouse B Jacobson J Smuth J Quella Wuth the many productuons of the Foot -v---"' lughters done successfully agaun for another year congratulatuons are un order The stu dents under the durectuon of Mr Krammes A SCSDG from the SUCCeSSful Dl0Y fund an opportunuty to further theur knowledge of drarnatucs by belongung to the club One Foot un Heaven JSlyEO n Row two C Sutter K France B Jacobson N HurschJ Phllps J Quella D Thomas S Schull J Smuth Mr Krammes Row three G Sass J Stark C Mueller R Bragg M Payne S Reetz M Waterhouse H Herzberg J LaLande A Larson K Peeso B Laurutzen J Heggen M Schneuder Row four R Kuhnert D Kunferman D Steahr D Larson D Eaton J Egan R P tton L Lese H Gles P Puerce K TICG Row fuve J Sperstad J Solberg D Freud J Krattevul K Kyes N Toy N Hagstrom N Steahr J ONeul R Stark V Dahl E Harrus J Ruce 39 7,7 gy, , PM 5 'V , - V S V' ' Q I ' - , ' I f . S 4 , ' ' : . , . , l I V - al' ,,,..,....w-H ,. 1 ' ' I I il r II Row one lleft to ri htbz D. Ber h, J. Powers, D. Johnson, J. Johnson, R. Anderson D. Isaacson D. Bortle, G, Heller , , . , . Iso . I . , . , . , . ' , . i i , . , . , . ' , . ' , 3 - I - 1- - I - I - A 1 - I - u - I 4 u I 1 . I , . , . , , , . , . , . a , . i , . i , Row one lleft to nght Mr Cordes a vrser A Lunse D Blodgett L H nnlng H Frc R K n dcrman w two J Har an C Harper Forenson M Le Scholz Gulllckson P Mclnnls L Jackson V Arneson H Hosart B Nelson D Turney Row three J Puck rugn G Vlcek Jensen R John an A Larson Parker A Mvlanal R Sorenson Cater R Sew rt G Pederson 'se Grrndl Qcw tour D Kmnderman R wook E nl 5' Mathews M Ruff J Myers R Anderson R Johnson F Pierce K Kurth C Marczunke G MOVCZIURG R Lewus M Brott G Bischoff P Lokken D Garnett A Hanson A Nelson J Nelson The presudent and vuce president of the F F A are respectively L Hen nlna avd f Kurth The Eau Claire Chapter of the Future Farmers of Ameruca was organ lzed In l932 The energetic group of our hugh school as directed by Mr Cordes With the present emphasis on Increased agricultural production a great challenge IS thrown out to all Future Farmers of Amerrca The local club realrzmg the many possnbnlntues an vocational agriculture has been dorng much research In trends and how they may be applied to local cond: tions Evidence of the fact that the F F A also numbers among Its mem bers promusung athletes ns turnushed by a glance at their basketball record and schedule of the post year The F F A basketball team Includes lleft to nghtl A Llnse R Suewert T Lok ken L Lee, L Henning, K Kurth, D Blodgett, H Has art Mr Cordes 40 rf' ' - A A 1 d , J , 5 A , 1 P 0 c . , sc, I, uff, . Ki - I A , Rc f 4 is , . , B, . A ' , 44 I A ' ' ' ' ' ' V Y ' -I '. ' e' , . , G. , ' V' c , . . s , , ,G A ' ' - f - 5 9 , . , C . 1' W Bulchholz, L. Gibson, D. Lee, G. I . I , A I - x' -I 1 4 f Q X o I I v. l left to rl h D Halverson D Arm trcng R Glasbrenner clloerg R Lee L Know on Th mpson J Keegan R Louis w 2 D Llgh hnzer B Car ark E Ort B Rosse er Stark M Bohr J Knowl on M R er Mass J B El r t w 3 C 1 er E Nlc as Brummond A Tvsdale J Peterson John on J Walter L Johnson M J Nelson D Burns R Srevert Row 4 C Ankney J Knott D Mey er B Seyerson D Nelson L Brad ley M Man E Burger J Woo ford L Barley K Nesya Ushers An octave group of students make up the Ushers Club of Eau Clanre Hugh School Maknng the audience 9 comfortable un every way us the ser vuce they render at all school pro grams Wth Mss Elllott as thezr MNH X1 capable advrser this club IS vrgorous rn nts work and deserves much credut -4.41 Azz'-H' The offucers Include J Knowlton presndent and B Rosseter vuce presldent ,zu frm 4' Gettung acquannted wlth the customs and way of lnfe of the French and speaknng the language fluently IS the asm of all students who have elected thus language course Under the expert advlsnng and leodershup of Mrs Chatterson the club IS a great success Eirerzch Row l lleft to rnghtl R Tarbox M ODonahue C Blesecker J Bar land B Ludowuse Row 2 L Anderson I Whlte G Ol son M Olson D Shepler B Kern R. Maxwell. w 3: B. Bloom D. Har ing Quick J. Ludvigson M. Malkson E. Fi ch G. Arnstad M. Sherman A. Pi z B. Keith J. Bradshaw K. Hartwell Mrs. Chatterson. R w 41 P, ert B. Ne son Richards B. Jopke T. Grewe G Anderson M. Berman, C. Johnson R. Bragg, G. Jensen. 1 41 ffm? Row l llett to rlghtl B Rob nson B Jackson P Lltsheum G Lowe O Haehlen P Gow Row 2 N Hrrsch M Haehlen D Manthel J Franey D Parker S Sarazen J Gore R McCutcheon Row 3 G Gerner D Beede J Campbell C Bush J Hanson R Erickson Debate For thelr tune work the debate team of Eau Clanre Hugh School as well known throughout the state Through many tourneys our team has gone and usually come out on top or next to the top Few classes other than debate offer better tralnrng for ac me adult crtlzenshrp The subject of debate for the year 50 Sl ns Re solved that the Amerlcan people should reject the welfare state The Four Corners snnglng to en tertaun the students who attended the Bustle Rus Ie dance glven by the Debate class Talk talk talk' Thats all Beverly Jackson does which of course would be anybody s lab who belonged to the N F L 42 il' Chartered un I934 the Natlonal Forensuc League Includes all speecl' students who recelve a certaun num ber of pounts through partuclpatlan Besldes belng a natnonal orgamzatlon It IS a soclety of whrch Eau Cla e l-llgh School can be proud . I I . T I ' ' 3. .J ,. ',. ,. ,. l QW, W 4 . J J 1 '.- it.: ij, - K lvl ,, T H6 t . I H ff 'f f ' ' ir Stage Krew Having someone to take core of the lights scenery and setting is tak en care of at Eau Claire High by the stage crew These hard working boys work every day during the first period and do a good job making the plays ffective Jlflzke and Platter The students interested in the field of radio under the direction of Mr Hovey do a grand job' They broad ost over locol stations write their own programs and produce them. They receive much valuable training during their experiences in this class, t to rigl"t E Olson R Patton R Bergh D Eaton J Egan Let to right E Olson D Eaton J Egan R Kuhnert D Sfeahr Row one lleft to right? S Johnson C Mueller D Johnson E Birkemeier R Bennett Row two T Holter A Schlegal E Lystrup A Vihovde S Zehm M Jacobson R Koenig J Severson N Ellingson Row three B Behmke O Mullen L Liese J Brenden L Saxe C Bush A Katz R Haug A Erickson Row four G Hoag B Larson L Hotchkiss R Johnson J Thorngate B Hiens J Meyer A Hermann S Larson Q I . Lef Air. ,. ,. ,. ,D. Steahr, R. Kuhnert. f ' : . , . , . , . J. Powers, J. Quella, Mr. l-lovey, Egbert: . , . . 3 . , . ' , . ' , . .,. . , . . l - i vw Row cne fleft to right? S She man V Thalaker B Johnson Sowaske Row two E Jones N Swiggurn B Erickson V Pederson Row one lleft to right: Mrs. Barsness V. Pederson E. Heuer P. Man- thei B. Rosseter L. Bushendorf P. Stevens C. Robole S. Webert. Row two: J. Zingsheim J. Nelson R. Williams P. Boehmke. 44 l5'00s!c'r UMM The Booster Club is a very impor tant organization Under the direc tion of Mr Herreid the students take in money for clubs keep school oc codnts and take care of the Booster The Booster is our ticket for school parties football and basketball games dramatic production concerts and o copy of the Kodak N Swiggum writes a receipt while B Sowaske gives his money to E Jones library Haunril This group of literary-minded stu- dents has been a great help during the year to the new librarian Mrs, Borsness. The students take roll coll, mend and stack the books, check out books and perform many other help- ful gobs. This course counts one-half credit and is beneficial in any future librory work. 2 X 2 ff X fax -. ,X S? efgexsgx Qt X ox if fwf- Q Wxx J """ZM2? 1 1-I5 +I-I X All V ya-r nrili' . ' V A V , 'HAH' IWW-1' ' '. 71" 3. 4 1. NY. I 1 ' ' ' , , f :,..nivi:u,.-uf 'A""" K s .Q-M, aunt.,-A 3,,...... ,Q M 4 .. A' .. ,, , .. X ,rf -A A HO,-L , - 47 if .. , - , 1 -V -9. . I . ' . ', -.,' w.. ". ...U 'N ug bf H M., I. 1' rg -vb. . . - .- ..- -.. in my. Q ... iv A, ,FAM Q A ' N . H' V " .P . li4.i...+:. ' 'A V "' . Freshrnon Doy -- More than enough Freshmen Cheerleaders ot game-4ColI to the Old Abesf Donce ofter game-ond sordines comploinf Sepfemb r Freshman Doy Senior Mlxer fplontotlon Doze5 Lo Crosse Logon Orchestra Mnxer Lo Crosse Central lmtrotuon Doy Morunette Dance Dad I tell your fortune ot the Mexucon Hoyrxde Dance? Inrtlotlon Couid this be If1IfIOfIOI'17 Pep Ab embly One of our pep? ossernbhe ,Z 46 . ' C ' sf' 5, 1 , gk? . 5- ' x . 8- . . . r he 15- 22- ' 23- 27- .. . 30- ' ' V 'S A- . ' Z Perfect balance October Tuberculosis Test Tumbllng Assembly St Pat s Football Game Glrl Reserve Prom Conventnonl Wausau Football Game Homecomung Pep Assembly Bonflre and Snake Dance Duluth Football Game Plgskrn Pow wow Dance Gurl Reserve Teo S e at doesn t hurt 1-1 One of the many advantages of belon, :ng to the Gurl Re erves a ea Look out everybody' Here comes Hessler One of the many plays put on by the bard working drannatlcs students Ne re off on the Pugskun Pow wow snak dance' 47 V t G 'X F All . . I ' ' ' Q - f 2 A l3-N. W, T. C lTeacl'1er's vi 5 N Q V 'li x I - - - 0 Ply Skin Thursday October l9 was a day of celebration and prep aratlon for the Qame wnth Du a pep assembly was presented by the sensors A snake dance led by the German band and Cheerleaders followed the O5 A luttle of the actuon of the thrnllung game whlch saw sembly Eau Clanre come out on top The German band and hundreds of stu dents prepare to start the snake dance The flames leap hlgh as the students to Boyd Park gaze at the huge bonfire at Boyd Park 48 I 3. u S To CD 3 if luth Denfeld. At seven o'clock T l 2911 uf- Wcfuf Atendant Pat Taves IS shown crownung Queen Joan Barstad whale Kung Jum Johnson and Attendant Bob Hessler look on O4 On Frnday October 27 one week after the game th 1 skin Pow Wow dance was held In the hugh school gym Kung Jam Johnson and ueen Joan Barstad reigned over the jubllant crowd Everyone turned out for the gala event Mary Johnson takes Shirley Zehm s of the Pugskun Pow wow dance held nn coat check as one of her duties of the the brughtly decorated gym evening 49 A . AX 'E Oo Qs 'VJ J 7 fv I ?l1P-g- . , Q Gerry Hendrickson can't help but make on efficient driver with all this aid in Driver's Training. Ted Parkinson and his subiects illustrating life in lndia and Burma. Make way for the royalty King Jim Johnson and ueen Joan Barstad of the annual Homecoming celebration The new Joe Beaulieu the old Kent Hampton plus our Coach John Gallagher make a sparkling combination at the football banquet Cold, but worth it on Armistice Day. Naifcmlfer Chippewa Football Game Debate Dance Armistice Day Observance Girl Reserve Tea Student Assembly Debate Tournament St Croix Falls Basketball Game Wausau Basketball Game Turkey Trot 23 24 Thanksgiving Vacation 25 St Paul Johnson Basketball Game 29 Student Assembly fThe Ambassador Male QuartetJ Meeting our new basketball players of the 50 5l eason was th main attraction of our first basket ball pep a embly F'1 .5 r-i mfg - A I M n R,-. Girl Rcserve Christmas Ccrolers, G:fts fer the needy families at Christmas time At the Girl Reserve Big Sister Party the little children and Santa Claus were the Center of attraction For a change the Senior boys show a little spirit as cheerleaders with a representative from each of the freshman hornerooms. Dccelrzbcr St Paul Marshall ll-lerel Wauwatosa lHereP La Crosse Central lHerel Marshfield lTherel Choir Concert St Pats CTherel Marinette lThereP Shawano lTherel Girl Reserve Tea Santa Claus Gallop 22 8 Vacation A tangle of legs and arms during the Eau Claire J Sunday was the lucky one at the Santa Claus Gallop Chippewa Falls game if 51 f,4, ,.u., ' ,f 1 4 my i Mlldred Johnson crowns the Queen whale the Kung and Lyle Boker wotch A few of the coupl s taking time out for o gloss of punch dndcrclla a The royalty leodvng the grand morch of the golo event UQ 52 , tt 16' ll . Iv' 1 N .ff A ZIIIIUI' Scalar Pram Wuth the rnusxc of Buddy Doy s bond the Clnderello Boll the theme of the Jun nor Sensor Prom go s down an another poge of Eou Cloure Hugh s socrol octuvntres os one ofthe best Kung Duck Oluver ond ueen Bonnie Iverson pose an front of Cnnderello s cooch A good vuew of the throng engoyung themselves ot the Cnnderello Boll 53 0 - Q - - I Il - Il I - . - . E . , .. . . , . . . . - A 1 - - - 11 - ll Participants of the Hardtnmes Party guven by the The German band composed of T Wyman C Ushers Club Mencel F Casperson D Selple and O l-lauge dellvernng on Volentlnes Day Fun' ot the Latin Banquet wnth refreshments added JANUARY La Crosse Logan lTherel Chuppewa lHerel Gnrl Reserve Tea La Crosse Central lThere3 Mnxer Wausau lHerel La Crosse Logan lHerel FEBRUARY St Pats lHe-rel Gnlbert lTherel l Wlscf-nsun Rap ds ll-lerel 24 Dlgtrlgf Tgurngmg-nf Barbara Ganong and Paula Egbert participants of a skit glven for entertalnment at a Girl Reserve meetnng Audrey Monsen and Mary Wlsbroecker furnlshung entertalnment during rntermusslon at the snowball Cy Berg and hls harem In a pep assembly given In grven by the Junlors has honor by some of the teachers 54 5- l2- ' l7- ' l9- 26- ' 27- 29- l- . 23 . l3-l4-Play l5-Superior lHerel l7- ' C, ' E 21, 1 . . R A U 4 I I L -, C. l Quote To one of the best players l have ever Come half tlme enterfalnment durlng a ba ketball coo hed John Novak to Charley Mencel game by the excellent tumblung corps March Assembly Lloyd LaVaux 3 Regronol B B Tourney lO Menomonue Sectional Tourney C-Sundance Day l7 Madison Tourney Bunny Hop lo 26 Sprung Vacation 30 Mixer At the Bunny Hop of l95O N Hanshus IS glvlng Th:rsty9 Buy a coke from one of The hard worklng a prize to the lucky winner. cheer-leaders at a school dance. 55 XO A dnsplay of energy shown by E C H S tumblers These trophnes would make any group of debaters an the annual tumbling show proud APRIL MAY 2 5 Class play Pop concert 6 Musuc Festrval l3 Mrxer 20 Turnabout Party 23 24 Tumbling show 25 Vocal concert 27 Freshman party The sensor banquet of 1950 held at the Commencement an occaslon long awanted by many Christ Church students and not so by others 5 1 X 3 I 5.- 5, f. " C ft if f m ,I gf V aj I ,f1---4 Q' f f XJ-X, fQ5 5? X K I ' 1, . 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J A K, ,, f ,ff--f"Zf JIM JOHNSON GOES AROUND END IN THE SUPERIOR GAME Probably the reol reason for the gnd squad s success us that Eau Claure Hrgh School has one of the best coachlng staffs In the state John Callagher formerly played ball fcr the hugh school and was on outstanding guard ot Mlnnesoto Wxsconsnn and the Umversuty of Mnchngan Before returnnng to has Alma Mater he coached the hugh school te m at Ironwood Muchlgan Cy Berg also graduated from ECHS and although the war took hlm to several c legei played m of as col ege ball for Eau Claire Teachers where he was a stondout lnneman Wa h all thenr asf e erlence men are very sklllful ln handlung the coachung relns ea eE"'lYlcHllm HBE E THLE ' G JOHN C1 BER GA LLAGHER 58 'J fy 413' 'U' .1 I Nfl X A T H., ' - u 1 'S e C4Pr W POQUET1' KENT HA GORD MPTON Gordle Poquette dld a very commendable job In helplng coaches John Gallagher and Cy Berg Gordue s forte was coachlng the B Squad ana under has guldance several boys advanced to the varslty However even mxnus some play ers the B team had a very successful season Most people look upon the captann s 'ob as lust an honor What some folks forget ns that other members of the team depend on hum for leadership If he cant perk a team up when they aren t dorng too well then he Isnt dozng has fob Our l95O captam Kent Hampton dud hns ,ob and dld nt well As a result the season s record was sux vnctorles U15 Var My af 1950 Row l lleft to nghtl Mgr R Lockren J Schneider G Kung W LaGasse V Bennett J Beaulleu Capt K Hampton Hessler B Hamllton J Johnson B Haugen Mgr J Egan Row 2 CoachC Berg C Kortner D Mercer D Wagner J Burseth D Anderson D Emberts C Jones D Gutsch Lamont M Semungson Coach J Gallagher Row 3 J Toske J Bowman R Martin J Crocker B Schumacher B Jhnson H Rang A H well R Sather B Schells D Manrhel 59 ' .Z cf f M , ,Q , '1nf,,r . . . , . ., - nn 1 v - - I V 1 - r ' ,,. , . . , 1 . 1 . .1 . ,. . ' ... ., , ' . . . . , , . cnd only two losses. 1 V .. ,. - , . H , . , . , . , . . , B. ,. ,. ,. , .. . B. ,. ' , . . :. ,. ,. ',. ,. ,.o , .', . o ,. ,. ,. . l l l l l l V ENNETT lme J SCHNEIDER lme D WAGNER hne CAPT K HAMPTON llne C KORTIER Ilne Under a new coachnng regume the l950 Eau Clanre Hngh School and sauad completed cn of the school s most successful foot ball seasons Coaches John Gallagher Cy Berg and Gordne Poquette worked hard wnth a group of boys that really showed the wlll to play ball and the desure to wan The result was a season s record of 6 wins and only 2 defeats both of whuch came at the hands of two of Wusconsnn s best prep teams Eau Claure started the season by rompung over an umpotent Superuor Central team 40 20 Jnmmy Johnson and Bob Hessler rolled up 400 yards between them as they ganned almost at wlll The Vlklng s offense was stymued by Capt Kent Hampton who was brlngmg down Central runners all over the fneld The Abes contnnued on J JOHNSON back J BEAULIEU back thenr wunnung ways by stoppung a rugged La Crosse Logan team 20 0 The game was fllled with brllllant running and savage tacklmg as Bob Hessler sparked the Purple and White by scormg 3 touchdowns Including a launt of 75 yards with an intercepted pass Blame Mlsna played an mspured game for the losers The local defense was conslderably Improved with Joe Beaulleu Kent Hampton and Wayne LaGasse doung most of the work Eau Claure pucked up thenr thurd straught won 26 I2 over La Crosse Central Bob Hessler scored two touchdowns on runs of 88 and 42 yards and the Abes played some of their best football of the year In the second half The defensuve play of Joe Beaulueu and Wayne LaGasse also was outstandmg W LaGASSE Ime B HAUGEN-hne 60 'V . 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D GUTSCH back D MERCER- ne HAMILTON back C JON ES-buck Our fnrst defeat of the season was at Marunette where the Marmes took a 32 l3 decrsson The Abes held an early l3 O lead ln the fnrst quarter but that was the end of our scoring as Marrnette charged back wrth fnve touchdowns The vuctory was probably explalned by one word Felch who dud everything but sell tzckets and clean the grandstand Offenslvely for Eau Claure Jnm Johnson played well whale Joe Beaulieu and Jam Bowman performed credltably on defense The Purple and Whnte con tunued thelr domrnance of the unter cuty serles wlth St Pat s by downrng the lnsh I9 6 Jrm Johnson celebrated hrs l7th bnrth day by scoring all l9 pounts wrth 6 of those coming on the second play of the game when he raced 75 yards to score Dazzlung runs by Bob Donaldson and Don Pierce made It a Hampton and Joe Beaulreu A powerful Wausau team led by all state fullback Jum Zrllman stopped the Abes 27 7 on a muddy ram soaked freld Zlllman s powerful runs tore through the Eau Claire lane tume after tame as the Lumberjacks turned a tlght contest unto a rout rn the last half The lone bright spot for the Abes was Jlm Johnson s 63 yard touchdown sprlnt Showmg a sharp reversal of form the Purple and Whute trounced Duluth Denfleld 3l 13 Once agaun It was the sparklang play of Jlm Kung-lane Johnson and Bob Hessler that led the way Johnson scored four tumes and Hessler once as a smaller Eau Claure lnne completely outcharged the Denfeld boys Beaulueu and LaGasse were out standing on defense as only Frank Hren had any success ID carrynng the ball Wlth underclassmen predomunatung the Abes closed the season wnth a wan over Chnppewa Falls 25 6 Although Chuppewa outgarned the Abes they were unable to cross the goa' Iune until late In the game Roger Stules played well for the Cards whsle Dale Walker Jrm Johnson and Bob Hessler head ed Eau Clalre s attack M SEMINGSON Ilne B HESSLER back 6l 1 ,I . I I . . X - J ' ' 6 battle until late in the game, The Abes' defense was led by Kent A l .I I 1 1 ' I . l I I I ' G. ' ' I Bob Hessler In stopped In the Dulptn game Immy Mu Ie c o e rm Q Hes Ier goeb down 'Ya' no blo k cr-d He er IS IU the C cor Joe Bead: u t rts 0 Gund end '2- U M A hw pw- p xer pr MUS the passer 62 Rowl ll to rl D Weber J Sunday G Wendt T Grewe T Holter C Thompson G Partlow D Bullns B Heins Row 2 R Gorton T Welke J Shogren K St Louis D Hoffman B Lorentz C Matthew S Stagllano M Splndler R Nelson Row 3 Coach G Poquette L Heardon R Slevert L Walker R Shllts G l.aPomte H lssacson L Kruschke J Bogstad Mgr F Wendt 16' 511111111 The B Squad won four of fave games wnth the only loss benng to the Stanley A Team l2 O Theur vuctornes were at the expense of the Boycevulle A Squad l9 O the La Cro se Cent al Bees 24 O and two vctor es over the Chippewa Fol s McDonell B Team l3 O and 20 O of aames but they stull practlced dnlngently and some fellows Improved enough to warrant promotuon to the B squad Pat McQu1lIan was elected Frosh captain at the close of the season ?rosl1 Rowl ll to ri O Sperstad G Losby R Moen G Barton P Mc uullan B Dahl D Johnson D Wulson T Welke K Bartlg D Eaton G Partlow G LaPounte J Becker Row 2 J Blodgett L Henman L Mohn R Crocker G Groseth J Dehn D Becker F Metz J Gruffuth J Hanson H Hott W Jen en J Hoyt F Woznlak T Eckwrught Row 3 R Gardow Coach Rex Adams D Weber C Golden D Iverson E Beldon B Dodge J Schultz H Martm R Sprlnger G Blexrude R Hugley L Olson D Walch D Amundson Coach John Hang 63 . . : . , . , . , . , . , . , . , . ' ,I . ' . If JJ V 11 11 ', , 5 1. - ' , J 1 ' I . 1 I 1, ,, - l - I The Frosh team played only one game and that was with St, Pat's, whom they beat l3-7. The Frosh lacked a lot I , .H . 2 . , . , .I , . , . Q ' , . , . , . A , . , r , , 1 ' -1 1 ' 1 ' 1 - . 1 - 1 - , . , . , . , . The Eau Claure Hugh School basketball team started the season un an unusual but satnsfylng way by whlpprng the St Crolx Falls qumtet 96 6l The vlctory was sweet revenge for the loss to the Salnts In the state tourney fnnals the precedmg year The score was the hlghest ever camptled by a hugh school team and no matter who coach Novak used the score kept mountung Chuck Mencel was hugh for Eau Clalre with 22 polnts whale Johnny Edlung racked up 36 for the losers T e Abes next game was at Vla ww t Lumbergacks tell 60 46 The play was very In onslstent for three quarters wlth the score read ln 36 .56 Then the Abes br ID the funal pernod ta coast un Charley Mencel was brllltant as he scored 32 polnts as well as playung a tremendous rebound and floor game Gll Sedar n tted 2l for Wausau Wlth the entlre team shootnng a scorchung 4:5 the Abes racked up thelr th rd straught wun 76 36 over St Paul Johnson Eau Clalre was nev Jump ball agatnst St Pat s er un trouble as they took an early lead and used the whole squad In the contest Mencel made l2 at 22 shots and 5 free throws for 29 ponnts to ad both teams In thenr next game the Eau Clalre team edged the Greyhounds of St Paul Marshall 53 39 The game was fnlled wnth spotty play as ner ther auuntet showed any lute The Purple and Whute led l4 3 at the quarter and then managed to stay ahead malnly on the strength at Chuck Mencel s 33 ponnts Foulung was heavy and Marshall s chan es were hurt consuderably by the loss of Captann Percy Parker and Herb Whltmore The Red Rand rs of Wauwautosa sent Eau Claure down to thelr flrt defeat at the season 52 49 With the score Two more for Charley reading 49 all Tosa guard Jlm Hamilton dumped un tlve quuck ponnts to end a spectacular game Eau Ianre was on the short end at a 26 24 halftume score but managed to pull ahead un the thurd quarter Then nn the flnal peruod the Abes made only 2 of l6 shots and the Raiders capntallzed on thus to wan the game The bug dlfference was In the haatung department where Eau Claire made only 22 whale Tosa hzt for 30" Mencel once again led the Abes wuth 28 polnts whsle bug Art Matthias was hrgh for Wauwautosa wlth l6 U16 50 51 Ifarslfgf Raw l fl to rl R Hugdahl H Sletner Capt C Mencel D Greene J Olson Row 2 CoachJ Novak D Steldtmann T Wudule F Du Frane L Ernckson R Sather CoachJ Hang Rcw 3 ManagerJ Thorngate B Hamulton B McGunnns O Torn rson J Thoermer G And on Manager E Wagner OW Pm ,, ull! 64 I . - ' gzpau ,orc ne -' . 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X T . -fl A- C i if 'mf ' r I' - L 7 tl Jim Hamilton af Tosa gets a free rude Mencel vainly attempts to blaclf a Wausau shot With Capt Charley Mencel continuing to pour un the points the Eau Claure auuntet rolled over La Crosse Central 73 42 Mencel hut for 29 and Hank Sletner had I3 as the Abes played very well throughout the first three quarters Then coach Novak cleared the bench and the game turned unto a fouling contest Joe Rich ardson turned un a good game for the Central team which never was much of a threat Marsh feld fell next to the Novakmen as the Purple and White struggled to a 47 39 wun It was a ragged contest with the shooting and tloorwork leaving much to be desired Despite thus Eau Caure led at the halt 27 l5 Then the Tigers offense began to cluck and they almost caught the Abes but Orv Torgerson made four straight shots to let Eau Claure sneak through Next Eau Claure edged out St Pots 63 52 The lrush minus Jim Muller held a 27 l8 lead sn the second quarter but Mencel and Gerry Anderson combined to bring Eau Claure up to only a one DOur1t deficit at the ha The Abes took the lead un the second hall and held ut as St Pot s lost five players on fouls Steve Berhndt was outstanding un the rebounding d partment and Duck Roach was hugh for the lrush wth l9 points Charlev Mencel was back un torr-n for Eau Claure with 29 markers Jumping to a - lead at the end of the first quarter Abes took measure of a weak Marunette team 69-43. The Eau Claure boys made lO of their first 2l shots and that was all that was needed to - sure the victory. Dick Greene played good ball by grabbing numerous rebounds and scoring 9 points. Charley Mencel played only three quarters and stull finished with 3l points. The final game before vacation found the Abes stopping Shawanc 6 -57. Eau Claure held a 43-2l lead at the al' and used reserves un finishing out the game. Gast, speedy forward, sank 6 baskets and 2l free throws to pace Shawano with 33 markers while leading point makers for the Abes were Mencel 27, Sletner ld, and Greene ll. Sletner snares a rebound from Sedor of Wausau "Duttv" Erickson takes a rebound with his eyes closed, Charley Mencel drlvln, tn fer two more mu h 'rl w be v vs nrng the scar ne avrnen r rrte tr fn e Ind t cr e ut a tau P te 1 8 L ,an held an e r J I al at the ball but cculdnt cape wlth lrlted see t the Abes Charles nn lf Qrrf l 37 tall e wetweer- them en pl sed ut tandln, de en usp n er l v New r r' Mnls as anger l' s ff h nd tpprtwa Falls O garner -16 serdlct I bewa pulled awax tram 0 l tle at the enc r t htlrl a 33 Q6 advantage a alre narrrwed the Qap but J nl ,la h l l lE prnwed tar much f r e ragged Purple and Whnte defense Mencel s 20 pannts paced bath teams rn rn wertu ar e flrst c he ttnme au lent n Sparked by Charlet Mencel s 32 polnts the Purple and Whlte whlpped La Crasse Central 62 44 Seweral Iona shats by Townsend at Central T he a lers me tl ln sccnnd perlod Then Mcncel and Duck Greene turned an the heat and the Abe never were ID lanqer frnm there nn Greene and Hank Sletner helped Mencel ln carnpletelx nut rcbuundlna the La Crasse aulntet Eau Clalre s next qame was a 73 42 romp aver the Wausau Lumberlaclfs The Abes regulars hullt up a terrlflc lead and reserves sav- extended actlan throughout the lat half Nathung Wausau dld cculd slow the Purple and Whlte wha were spear headed by Chuck Mencels 25 tallles Jerry Ol san Duck Greene and Hank Sletner all contrubuted healthy tatals to the cause Charley Mencel s 3 3lQlfS IF an avertlme perlod gave Eau Clalre a 52 51 wm over La Crosse Logan Deadly lang shots by Bob Krtrght gave the tr-'I Rangers an earlx lead whlch the Navakmen managed to overcame lust as the half ended Bath qulnts matched baskets ta end the game at 49 49 M ncel scared 3 palnts ln the avertlme perlad whale the best that Logan could counter wlth was :1 last second bucket bt. Bud Srnlth The old college trv Jerrx Olson tallles agalnst Supcncr 3 u 66 s ' W ,X ln tne l egt ,girlnq Q, f ft A t' lxrs ,a ' c l h t ' -lg 'T u r gh L: Crasse Uga l -an Af? 3 we , l , a ll, 2? l' e r J ' tbe 'p , ind hcl' ralfl. C . ' -V5-'cel : . C15 C ,ne Vt: ef: - 'I s 1, a ,Vtn tellfv-L ': T N H t - - - ball Ce t- D c Q e si 1 l .hed 1 the R s' lljh CJ Gr Eau Clalre s 1CC'lY'fl detect at the season C: e at t' e 5 L rf Ch W 4 s tbC D' 3 C, fls l a 40' Ch D' - X , . 3- l 3 l at th Juarte ft I Y ,l E Cl 7 l rul- l A shcct, fg ln Ed a l h N lk l, .t '3 th A lfep t R If ' ln the Q0 un I late the Tw- C sl" ffn t tall ' , , lx 3 Q s A , 1 N Wheres the ball? The Abes controlled tht rebound Dlsplaynng a crusp passlng game and deadly accuracy fr the basket the St Pats auuntet downed the Abes 56 47 Duck Roach and Jun' Muller were outstandnng un boostlng the lnsh unto a 30 20 lead at the half The last two quarters found Eau Clalre trylng to rally but poor shoot lng kept them from gaming much ground Men el s l9 pounts were tops for the Old Abes Bull Slrnonovnch scared 22 dngrts nn the furst half to Dace a lanky Gllbert Mlnnesota team to a 6l 50 decision at Wlllnarns Arena un Mlnneapolls The Purple and Whlte tralled from the end of the frst Quarter as the bug 6 ft 9 an Gllbert center rneshed seven stralght shots to gave the Gnlbert team a bug edge The fourth perlod found the Abes rallylng desperately as Charley Mencel made l3 of has 29 pounts ln that quarter The Chlppewa Cards once agaln proved too much for Eau Clalre as they tupped the local team D 7 The Cards aced to a 44 32 lead at halftlme and then stalled out the remarnnng two quarters Eau Claire pressed hard nn the last l6 mrnutes but couldnt get the one last basket that they needed for a tue Mencel scored 29 for Eau Claure whnle Ed Wulkles 20 points paced Chnp pewa Durlng the 75 53 wan over Superuor Cen tral the hugh school scormg record fell as Charley Mencel poured IH 36 pornts The vlctory over the Vlklngs eemed almost a sldelrght of the tremend ous sconng feat as Mencel was huttung from all angles The Eau Clolre team played good ball throughout the contest and they were auuck to take advantage of the many Superuor rnuscues Center Charley Anderson was the lone brught spot for Central with 20 tallres The team Closed the season wlth a 78 76 overtlrne loss to Wlsconsln Rapvds The game was a heartbreaker as the A es flashed to 42 26 lead at the half and then lost lt as Jim Rltchoy and Doug Gll began to swlsh long shots Gll tled the game wth lump shot and then scored twuce ln the overtnme to glve the Raiders the ball game Mencel had 35 .md Greene l3 for Eau Clanre f Gerry Anderson tips one ln BILL HAMILTON-guard GERRY ANDERSON-center Adu. was DU FFY ERICKSON farwa rd .11 4-x-1 GERRY oLsoN-gum -I Caplam CHUCK MENCEL Forward DICK GREENE-center HANK SLETN ER forward Manager FRED Tlre WAGNER ORV TORGERSON-guard FRANK Du FRANE forward RONNIE HUGDAHL-guard 68 4. Che Renard Cournammt News Suu aflazre lecgmnal In cn unusually ragged ball game the Purple and Whlte opened therr tournament play by whrppung Colfax 6I 43 Bad passrng and floorwork left the ball game In the hands of the shootmg percentages There Eau Clarre had a defrnrte edge and desprte a record total of 33 fouls the Abes garned an early lead and held rt Leo Pecore and Don Hammer were the leadrng scorers for the Vrkrngs whale Hank Sletner Duck Greene and Chuck Mencel all had double frgure totals for Eau Clarre A superlatrve performance by Charley Mencel gave the Abes their frrst wrn of the season over Chrppewa Falls 57 47 Mencel was never better In all phases of play as he racked up 32 pornts bessdes reboundang and passrng brrlluantly Hank Sletner and Gerry Olson also were outstanding rn helprng Eau Clarre to overcome o seven pornt lead that Chrppewa Falls had early an the game Ed Wulkre as u ual led the Cards wrth I6 pornts In the regronal funals Eau Clarre had no trouble rn ramping over Black Rrver Falls 76 36 The Purple and White Cagers functraned rn terrrfrc fashron as they held the Trgers to only srx pornts rn the frrst half whrle Eau Clarre scored 39 Reserves played the rest of the game for Eau Clarre and only then drd Black Rrver show any scorung punch Mencel scored I6 Greene I4 Anderson I2 and Sletner IO In brmgrng the Abes thesr twelfth consecutive regronal trtle ,flflmrwrvnzf Sectzamzl Eau Clarre s openrng game In sectronal play paired th m wlth Fountarn Cnty and tne Abes had no trouble rn caastrng by the Eagles 73 4l The Purple and Whrte forced Fountarn Cnty to shoot from out throughout the frrst half and as a result Eau Clarre held a 40 II lead at the rntermrsslon Coach Novak used reserves for much of the third quarter and the entire fourth perrod Chuck Mencel and Gerry Anderson carrred the brunt of the scarrng wrth 24 and I3 pornts respectlvely The Abes bud for state tournament competrtron was ended by Menamonre as the lndrans won out In a thrrller 48 44 The Novakmen came back from a I2 7 deflcrt at the frrst quarter to trarl 20 I9 at halftsme Eau Clarre took therr only lead of the game 22 20 un the third peruod However Menomanle whrpped In seven straight pornts to regaln a lead whnch they never lost agaln Bob Gabrxel of the lndrans had I6 pornts whsle Charley Mencel scored 22 for Eau Clarre desprte the fact that he had a severely lnpured leg ou au au au au au au au au a Eau au au au au Clarre Clarre Clarre Clarre Clarre Clarre Clarre Clarre Clarre Clarre Clarre Clarre Clarre Clarre Clarre Covert :mel St Crorx Falls Wausau St Paul Johnson St Paul Marshall Wauwautosa La Crosse Central Marshfreld Sr Pats Marmette Shawano La Crosse Logan Chrppewa Falls La Crosse Central Wausau La Crosse Logan OU OU OU OU GU OU GU OU CIU GU Clarre Clarre Clarre Clarre Clarre lovertlmel Clarre Clarre Clarre Clarre Clarre St Pats Grlbert Chrppewa Falls Superror Central Wrsconsrn Rapids REGIONAL Colfax Chrppewa Falls Black Raver Falls SECTIONAL Fountain Cnty Menomonre E ' 96 . - 6l E ' 47 , ' E ' 60. 46 E ' 50 ' E ' 76 . 36 E ' 57 ' E ' 53 . 39 E ' 75 ' E ' 49 52 E ' 76 ' ' ' E ' 73 42 ' E ' 47 ' 39 E ' 63 . ' 52 E 'C 69 I ' '43 E - 61 E U 69 57 E A 57 - C ' 42 38 E ' 76 - E ' 46 ' 49 E' ' 62 44 E ' 73 42 E ' 52 5I E ' 73 ' ' ' E ' 44 ' 69 1' if 1 wiv DUI '-"" il ow l T Wndue Stendtmann F Du Frane Erickson R Sather CoachJ Hang Row 2 ManagerJ Thorngate R Johnson D Barsness M Skattebo K Corwun J Toy M Berman 16' Squad Tne B Squad and Junnor Varsuty teams gave future var suty players a chance to gather valuable experuence The l9Bl B team won about 60 of their games whsle the Junuor Varsutys opposutuon proved superior un most of thenr con tests Outstandung players for coach John Hang s B team were Duffy Eruckson Frank Du Frane Duck Steldtmann Ron Sather and Ted Wudule who all proved themselves capable scorers The Junnor Vorsuty coached by John West was composed of freshmen sophomores and lunuors Jerry Toske ended the season as the team s hugh point mon Frank Du Frane up me floor fypffgf Vdfflfy w l 4 to rl CoachJ W W Gorell B Lorentz D Jackson W Johnson Row 2 L Seyberth V Knutson G Toske R Dreke R Wold Id Pow 3 Manager S Johnson J Chumos D Rasmus D Vader C Bpork D Bell ManaaerG Fuller X -Q X --V 70 I K YM T V- 'Q I Q A A .. . 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I- J -sf T wr f' I 14 ' Alb Row l Cl torl B Rolland H lsaacson G ONeul E Bennett J Button Coach G Poquette R Poquette Row 2 B Sather H Wunget B Jensen T Culver R Schlewutz J Nnchols R Johnson Row 3 Manager R McCutcheon P Lovelyn M Spmdler J Goetz B Arnsdorf D Soley M Carlson L Heardon D Strand 6 Squad The freshman and sophomore basketball teams are the squads whnch gave the boys theur basic traumng for future years of play wuth varsnty teams Several games were played and the fellows worked hard at the practnce sessuons to gam provxded the players with some excellent coaching and under theur durectlon several boys earned prornotuons to other squads Larry Heardon gets some ponnters from coach Poquette Row l ll to ri R Hutchens K Bartlg G Partlow A Herrman D Brown Raw 2 Manager D Mattson D Peterson J Rusten G Losby G Knock C Golden Coach Cy Berg Row 3 D Knught G Buegel M Brenden G Groseth D Paff B Soldberg Row 4 G Peterson K Condell G Beebe D Mattuson H Mnttlestadt E Morrow D Nasset T Lahner 7l I f IJ B ,f 1 . . . . . , . f U g I --fr valuable basketball know-how. Cy Berg and Gordie Poquette ,-ff' . . 4 W I K J ! Row I ll to rl ManagerJ Thorngate D Lawrence M Johnson D Dougherty K Zuehlke D Nadler W Anderson J Ruchardson J Johnson T Grewe B Heuns Row 2 Coach Cn Poquette E Ryder B Sather M Jackson J Crocker J Proctor C Hoehn C Marsh C Cramer C Mau B Perham J Myers G Kung V Kortness D Mantheu R Zuehlsdort R Anderson D Gulbertson CoachJ Haug wt ff' 'W I9 O Crack 0511114 figs Fei? Although hampered by unclement weather condutuons the track team took part un four meets They placed fourth un the Deacock Relays and repeated that posutuon un a pentangular meet Also they defeated La Crosse Logan un a duel meet 76 34 and won furst place un the Eau Claure Invutatuonal Tournament Aw ,gf M35 IV F we -num Outstandung performers were Bob Hessler shot put Duck Gulbertson duscus Jum Johnson IOO and 200 yard dashes 'inn-I-Q., Keuth Zuehlke hurdles and broad lump Marvun Johnson 440 T5-'M and 880 Duck Dougherty un the mule and Don St Louus broad -Jw and hugh rump Two members of the squad Hessler ond Marvun Johnson qualufued for the state track meet at Mods C Cramer and J Johnson un the relays son Piwfm The Track Tearn un actuon Over the top go K Zuehlke R Anderson and J Ruchardson D Gulbertson shows hus strength wuth the duscus K Zuehlke performs un the broad lump 1 JY 4 u if 72 1.. , -4- 1. -A.-..-11.1. . . 1 . , . , . , . , . , . , . , : ' 1 - 1 1 1 - 1 ' 1 - 1 - 1 - 1 - 1 - 1 - 1 - 1 - 1 - 1 - 1 - 1 - 1 1 1 - it uf , 47 Y ' fd' 'Al V' , N . 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It 5 A ' f . h- 72 -e ah' Rowl ll torn ManagerD Fenner F Kempf J Bowman D Hanson N Gutsch T Hoehn D Close Manager R Lockren Row 2 J Anderson B Metz J Schlewutz Coach F Matz W Grlchnst J Olson D Jordon R Jaentsch reaches for a wade one Tom Hoehn takang hrs cuts I9 o,Hak2Za11 Gam Luke the track team the baseballers suffered many schedule cancellatuons due to bad weather The team had seven games ranned out leavmg only three regu larly scheduled matches The Abes won all of these games wnth the scores as follows Eau Claure 4 La Crosse Central O Ecu Claire 4 Chrppewa Falls 2 Eau Claure 7 La Crosse Logan 4 The team also competed an the dustrnct and sec tnonal tournaments Don Jordan dud some outstandung hurling for the club whsle Jack Anderson Norm Gutsch Rach Jaentsch and Wayne Gnlchrust proved very satus factory In the hlttlng and fueldlng departments You re out says Norm Gutsch l. , . . 1 . , . , . , - , - , - , - , - - : . , . , . , - . - . - , - - Z I i. 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X OU OU OU GU OU OU OLI Clorre Clolre Clonre Clclre Clunre Clorre Clolre D Boyd G Sulvernoul D Greene Coocltl Novak D Olrver A Olson F DuFrone V950 66141415 lllfld Qlff Lo Crosse Central Chuppewo Falls S Pots S Pot s Lo Crosse Logon Lo Crosse Logon Cnuppewo Polls Cloure Clolre Cloure Clonre Cloxre Clonre Clonre Clorre The Golfers rn octuon J Tonner Gregg Frank Dulfrone stretches for o hugh one D Lamont J Hanson Q- DEAD DUFFS BEN S BONGS Row2 C Mal R Shalts H Rnng B Shells D Hoffman R 3 Qndgersgfomers D Game' O Houge L Gxe J Whvttwer M Semung on fnframurul Under the dnrectlon of Rex Adams the Intramural League offers some ZOO boys a chance to play organuzecl basket ball Th Dead Duffs cooped the Freshman Sophomore tltle whale Ben s Bongs emerged as the wlnners af the Junlor Senlor league Cumblzng Thus years tamblmg classes proyuded the basketball spectators wlth some excellent halftlmc entertannment The lasses also performed at the annual tumblnng show whnch was gunded by John lxoyak Dorothy Wlng and Bob Schnend Ted Wyman goes over whsle Jam Egan watches has form The tumblers dusplay thelr talents at one of the games 75 ees? - ,N L H ' v my " l I' V' , 2 , , , 2 l v ' rr T ' J ' L ji 1 4 . , X. t n l , Row l ll. to r.l: D. 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Irw the caaatl hands of Miss NNmg r rv-an and Mu s B rg Grrls Spcrts once more rated hugh an me In t of after school ac tw: eb Baurwcebail add valieyball raarna mermrg were played wtn the C m,,et fran very keen cmnng the portncnparmg Teams The plc ram at rre right slaaws Arm Krause who scores after a Shar! valley Marlys Moe ready for the knll Danna Barmemer erwces the wrvrwmg Domi In a wfllewball game Because the Kodak goes to press before the tabe Yennu ond archery tournaments are completed we ore unable to gnve the results of them The pzcture at the left shows Mass Berg Miss Wing and Mrs Coffman who Sup ervnsed the actwufxes of Gurl s Sports Red Mueller Maxlne Nehrlng and Ginny Johnson dusplay the technuques of good archers One of Mo Wang S gym classes practice for theur bounceboll tournament. 4 'NF 4 FACULTY FUN I M West dvsploys proof of o good cotch 2 Huntnng grouse as one of Mr Torger son 5 postumes 3 Mr Gollogher an o moment of Ieusure trues o dnfferent mode of tronsportotuon 4 Mr Mortnmer ond o fruend test the temperature of the Pocnfnc The verduct cold os :ce 5 He as known yet for has spontoneou smnle Thus ns our ort teocher Mr Fush AW' "'?"." 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QQ bEf'47'4v i ,-f Who! hoppene fx HOW Amt she sweet? hor MU5CfesJ Smale pretty' Z ues' v .- 1 Look at the blrdle -s. 9006 4 w-,yu -o-vf, Try stcmdmi on yrvur trptoes, Red, HOW did he been Qer O bong' H 5 youu' fhefe? to know 80 Hlass of 1954 Pres 5 ,Q Jem Chumas Pres ec Gary Groseth Donna Bu rmenster .1 ?rssl11mz14 Treas Bus Manager Jamce Wlse Susan Sarozen T e 5l2 members ofthe E C H S Freshman Class have sponsored many actlvl terestlng for themselves and others They began thelr hugh school years by busymg them el es wlth the making of Christmas baskets for the needy taking part In pep assemblies and havmg numerous class meet ngs Chrrstm A ..., Class Adviser Kunz The event that was most enpoyed by scm of the Freshmen was the tnp they gonng chartered a bus wnth thenr class ad vlser Mr Kunz to attend the l95l lce Follues Thus out of town trnp was the fnrst of nts kmd and has proved to be a very worthwhnle type of entertainment GS b0Sket5 f ce 01' the dmonol Peo t e F"e5hmannCqTdy Collected bv Frosh smokIfl9 'gf-agar: Pep Assem X 81 v 9 1' T, V. . 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H' f 7 A' - - 'Q' sv D ' D 1--, 1, A A D 7 I . . i -i Hi Ai ixriii iirk V --V-A AAi U F nk---i I D D D eree D ,,ee D201 D ' D31 D - D 1 A D DD D 1 I3 A - 10 D - DD DDDD D D DD DD DD 211 "H- ffifw 153331. QS Civ!! Z 2 f , 5: 'Ve . 2 ,, .17 Z 111 . ,gg-4 Al ' 3, fz ? M 5' x MVP ' V1:,g,,, 1, . 4 V :A ,K f 5 1 . ,, 1 ,fr ,yi " ,wr 1 ' . .' T , X. ,I flow JOANNE BAILEY Valednctornan Rowl B Jackson M Nehrmg O Torgerson C Mueller B Jacobson iam. Row 2 O Hauge H Slefner D Johnson A Kotz W Edwards G Gerner GEORGE GERNER Row 3 R wmnch T Olson K Hampton D semen D Omer Valedlctorlon B Hommon DAVID JOHNSON VO,edic,O,m,, Mass HAZEL WOLTERSDORF Class advisor ROBERT WINRICH HENRY SLETNER JEAN BAKER President Vice-President Secretory IOO 517 lefty BARBARA BLOOM Valednctonan Row l C Aanstad J Anger R Bragg S Gude B Barland Raw 2 D Forsythe O Torgerson V Bennett L Llese B Hoyt RICHARD JOHNSON Absent from the picture C Larson and C Mencel Valedlctonan We would luke to have you meet our class adviser Mass Hazel Woltersdorf She has ably asszsted us through our many problems whether they were large or small To Mnss Woltersdorf we extend our heartfelt thanks BETSY BARLAND Salutatornan CORINNE LARSON BONITA JACOBSON ART KOTZ Treasurer Busrness Manager Salutatorlan lOl Q Row 3: L. Mrlward, J. Baker, E. Gehrke, J. Quella, J. Phillups. 11 If n X I W. We re The Class of 51 ELWOOD G ANDERSON Sam lb1 umll lnlongs Io Ihr 1'1111rg1'f1 ubn 111u1fs H11 uorl1l arnuux ump 2 3 Baseball Football l Track 2 Basketball 2 Sensor Class Commsttee 4 GAYLE MARIE ANDERSON Goofus Sfn l11l1111s 111 1711115 bajlpj and 111 11l111f111l3 111 11111k111g oIb1rs buppg sn l Spams on Sports 2 3 Gsrl s rves 3 4 Sensor Banquet Commsttee 4 CLARICE M AANSTAD Kstten 111 1111111 qsrl ll 1111 11111k1x tbmgx go lass Secretary l Junsor Chosr Sensor Chosr 2 3 4 ressdent 4 Cheerleader I 2 4 Class Treasurer 4 Gsrl ieserves 4 Songleader 4 Prom Decoratson Commsttee Chasr 'nan 3 Class Wsll Commsttee ELLIOTT AMUNDSON 1 1111s 1 yn o 1 r 111111 be gets ull hr 11m Lyceum 3 4 GERALDINE ANDERSON Gerry 1 lllllklllx ur 11 Afxlllll 1111l nl: 1111 11113 r 1 SI1 Tumblsng l 2 Home co mscs l JAN ET ANDERSON Andy Xllurl l1111 111l1r rs u1IfJ uos 0YQtf uurlz osrl Reserves 3 4 Class Bon ,uet Commsttee 4 lO2 SUSAN J ADAMS ue J ur ls fl 1H1r f u11rr1 1 1 lf 1 011 burn .Jsrl Reserves 3 4 Class Wsll ommsttee 4 JOHN A AMUNDSON Johnny llbns bt s lllllff uahb auf' Stumpl 2 3 4 Basketball 2 Seball l 2 3 JAMES V ANDERSON sm :rm n11r 11111 11111 ,gnu 0 uby uarn Prom Commsttee 3 Sensor Publscsty Commsttee JEAN ANDERSON Jeannse I111 xlllllg 1111! o 11 goml fI11ll ubn urr you 111111157 Jumor Chow l Sensor Chosr 2 SP0nl5l'l 2 Us ers u l 2 Treasurer 2 sr Reserves 3 4 Homecomsng At tendont 4 Gsrl Sports l 2 4 Class Hsstory Commsttee 4 I I sis ,, , ,, HS .1 , .1 ' ' , ' - ' . 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I l'I Cl b , 1 1 GI W . l NORMAN A ANDERSON Squirt Hu buxxncxx xi pleasun Bas etball I 2 Football I Knttenballl 2 3 Baseball I 2 3 4 Intramural Touch Football 3 Intramural Basket b 3 4 Stump 2 3 4 RICHARD LEE ANDERSON Chauncey One who makes two smnlex grow wbrre one gnu, be ore Second Band I 2 Furst Band 3 4 Football I 3 4 Ho e comnng Attendant 4 Track 2 3 4 Tumbllng I Intramural Basketball 3 4 Class Motto Commnttee 4 For us life has lust begun RICHARD E ANDERSON Duck Ana, uzlb book.:-lrfx burr xomc Intramural 2 3 4 Stump 4 Hn Y 4 Class Socual Commnt tee 4 ROBERT M ANDERSON Bob Bloml brunflie or rrzllaeaal I low em all Second Band I 2 Fnrst Band 4 Rlfle Club 3 4 P graphy Club I 2 Pep Band 4 Booster Club 4 JANICE ANGER Janny Is tba talking ye! 07 again? Student Councnl I Glrl Sports I 2 3 4 Latnn 2 Homecom mg Commnttee Chairman 4 Homecomnng Attendant 4 Gnrl Reserves 3 4 Sensor Publncuty Commnttee Co Chalrman 4 ARVELLA A BAHR She surely knous uhatx ubal Orchestra I Girl Sports I 2 3 Homecomnng Commnttee 4 Homecomnng Attendant 4 Gnrl Reserves 3 4 Class Hustory Committee 4 LILLIAN ASMUSSEN LuLu A slenograpbu xrsl flax: Home Economlcs I 2 3 Gown Committee 4 MARGIE BAHR RODERICK D ANDERSON Roddy A xrleni man UI Second Band I 2 Senaor Band UNA ANDERSON Small aml ull o n Footlnghters I 2 3 Home comnng Decoratnng Commlttee ment Flower Commuttee 4 B"'l?5 Can! you we that lumlale rr 2323 Commencement Commnttee 4 Transferred from St Pats be glnnmg of sensor year lO3 I I ,, . ,. ,. . ,, t k I I I fun. I I I I I I I I I I I ' I ' 5 - . OH , 2 , , . ll H 11 n I I I I I . , f I . . , g ' V I I I , : , , 1 fn - 3' f f I hom' .. A . . . - f I I I I I ' I I I I ' 5 I I 1 .T ff ,I Q , f f ffl - V ' , . -1 . 3' 4g ' 45 School Store 45 Commence- .4 f - H H ,, ,, . , . . '-I., ' I I ' ' , , . 4: , I I I I I ' - 1 I . . "I 'I I , : I j I ,Q A X . , "va" , ' , -' in 1, r ' ' E v In : . 1 . . . ' Z . I , 1 RICHARD W BARBY Duck nw-rr3 Well make life worth llvmg ROY BAHR Candy Ba r School 1 ull Hgh! HI fix plan hu! uhtn lr Ihr law JUDY BAILEY Snapper Sh aluaxx burns Ihr midnight oil mur I :ar m Tumblmg I 2 Gnrl Reserves 3 4 French Club 3 4 C eer leader I 2 Homecommg Com rnntte Chanrman 4 News 3 4 Editor 4 Publlclty Committee BETSY AN N BARLAND A Illlflll or un and a mmd fo Sensor Orchestra I 2 3 4 Concert Mistress I 2 Lubra rlon 3 In 2 Cass Treasurer I Spanish 3 4 Girl Reserves 3 4 Prom Commnt tee 3 Homecommg Committee 4 Announcement Commnttee JAMES A BARNESON IYTI Au! slufrmg yu I Ihmkmg JOANNE M BAILEY Il IJ n Iha hufhrrs auag xl Iz ps un uorkmg ennor Orchestra I 2 3 Ushers Club 2 3 Secretary 2 Fresudent 3 Hall Monetor 2 Homecommg Committee 4 So nal Commnttee Co Chaurman 4 JEAN E BAKER Jeanne Sn hu hrlghl hair lm! ul ahunnltrnln ulamlv arlhzr than IMI r Sports I 2 4 Gnr serves3 4 Spamsh 3 4 News 4 Edntor 4 Homecommg Com muttee 4 Class Secretary 4 Banquet Committee 4 JOAN M BARSTAD Barney II 1 Ia 3 ulln x urmml u Immun IJ hazing un Cheerleadmg l 2 3 4 Pres' dent 4 Buslness Manager I nn l Tumblmg I 2 Gurl Sports 2 3 Gnrl Reserves 3 4 Spamsh 3 4 Homecom mg Queen 4 Banquet Commut tee Chanrman 4 IO4 WALLACE BARRETT Wally Hfgh nhuol IS nm of Ihr rwrrssary IS hu! I han Io olrnomr' Intramural Basketball 3 4 Prom Commnttee 3 CHARLES BARTOSH Chorlle Ifuyf 'mu lhmlz I 1 lunl Ill ual! hll h ,grit slurfrd I I 0 n ,. , II II H-101.1 9 .v .3 . I . U, ,. ll , , , Y M, H, , " l- P 'F ' I ' S ' , , I 4: , : I J I I I . if ll ll ll . - ll fr I' ' ' ' 'g 'I' .I. ' ', th but -', f' ,' lull. - ' ' .f ' 'Wu I I I . 5 , 5 h - Gi I , , 3, 5 l Re- . ,Hz - 4 I 5 I : A --I AI I I, I ' I I I ,, . 3, , f f , Y What should I1 man do hut bv D work- . I 1 - 5 Lat I, 5 I 1 , 5 ' I I - I . 4. FI I ' ' , I I ll . Il II - ll I Yu un ulu 5' lrll 'J' hfn . 'Il' ' JI" I ', I I I 1' I ' 'Y L' I I I . V L' ' . it I ' ' I I -' Lot' 1 ' , , 3, 4: ' , 1 ' H, 1 , 1 I - I f - 1 ' 7 . 1 I I I DEWEY BEAUDETTE Buddy Don! uorrg I alan tl Intramural Basketball 2 3 Commencement Commuttee 4 VERNON S BENNETT Benednct Work lx tba! hrs specially? aseball l Football 3 Homecommg Attendant Class Wall Committee 4 l'4j JAMES M BERNDT nm Always an honor student he rs lzkcly to succeed Tumblung 2 Student Councul 3 panlsh 3 4 n tramural Basketball 4 Badger Boys State 3 Class Motto Com rn-ttee 4 DARRELL E BLODGETT Ha: ng un kerpx him on the run A l 2 3 4 Treasure Secretary 4 Intramural Basket l In taking and ln glvmg RICHARD C BENNETT Auggne The fellou auth the deep basx :mn ntramural Basketball l 3 ntramural Klttenball I 2 Student Councll 2 Jumor Chour l Sensor Chonr 2 3 4 Pres: dent 4 Prom Commnttee Co Chalrman 3 Junuor Orchestra 3 Sensor Orchestra 4 Vuce President 4 Mnke 8. Platter Club 3 4 Badger Boys State 3 Commencement Commnttee FRANKLIN BERG Frank Ill llmmt haze muah to sag bn! muyln ul dun! knuu him ua ennor Class Commuttee 4 LEE L BIESECKER Tbl feazhrrx lhmlz lhal Im 0 rum! tbl, usually gnc mf a mn' ron! .wal BARBARA ANNE BLOOM Barb She ix u girl uhosr brain ull knoulrdge re sun' shell gr ahfalf Lam l 2 French Club 3 4 Presldent 4 Gnrl Reserves 3 4 Student Councnl 3 Prom Re ceptoon Commuttee Chaurman 105 JEAN M BERG JOYCE A BERG Befgle I r rl b I ou! 0 ran Lzls lullz laugh and hun Ill ubu, 4, lun: Tumblmg 2 Cateterua 2 Gnrl Reserves 3 4 C I l Q U , 7 ll ll ll ' ll .' , , y- V ". . . ' 5 l A , : ' I I V , U: . . I 1 , ,u : - J : A 2 ' , I , I g . 4. ll ' ll ll ll ' . , i B -5 I 4: I ' " ' xo '-ll. ' 45 S ' ' . H . 1, Qnir if 'uss, u f l. " , ' f f- . . A , , . . . D . .Q , , 'x I ' JJ Q, A. 1 Rxlc, O' 'i HJ. ., v Y h A , J . l ' , '.. 1, I .1 r 'l ' 4gS , QH-Y 4gln- I i , I . ll ll . . 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' Y . , 5 ' , J R : , 1 I - 3. , Well look to our hrghest star 18' LAURA BRADLEY Fluffy r 11 11114 3 Ushers Club 3 4 Gurl Reserve 4 Transferred from St Pats begmnmg of Junuor year RUBY ROSE BRAGG Rube 11 1 tlut ufvn umm llllllf plum br Pdf Student Council 2 Radio 2 otlaghtersl 2 3 4 Pr nt 2 Gtr Reserves 3 l-rench Club 3 4 PUblIClfY Manager 4 Gnrl Sports I Stage Crew 4 Class Play 4 ,QP LAUREN BOOKS tu :mg 11 In Second Band I CLAYTON G BORTLE Curley 1 If llou ruff 11 xmla Y 3 4 Prom Cl"1eC IU Committee 3 KATHALEEN MAE BORGEN Kenny Dr f burr hgh! 0 b rl Archeryl 2 3 4 Garl Sports 3 4 Cnrl Reserves3 4 Junior Chonr 3 Llbraruan 3 Prom Pub lncnty Commlttee 3 Spanish 3 4 Kodak 4 Commencement Commuttee 4 LENORE JEAN BORTLE ue fu fly ml 11111115 f goes Ushers Club I Tumblxng 1111 1 a nl ROGER BRETTINGEN Rog s 'C Hi ll UI 'lransferred from Elk Mound at tue begnnmng of Jumor year ELLSWORTH BROOKS Cary y 11 I 1 g It Illll fllfldl I A lmlral Brnukt Junior Chonr I Semor Chanr 2 3 4 Intramural Softball 2 Tumblmg 2 3 4 Stump IO6 WILLIAM W BRINKMAN 1 x1111l1 ibut lltbls u happy Bl Il fur! u lm 1111111111111 gran Ushers 3 Movue Operator I 2 ROBERT BROTHERS Sammy 1111 1 51111 If s11n1rlnmx J 1 Ykl lu! nut 11 1111 Footlughters I 2 Intramural 2 3 4 H1 Y 4 Class Color Com mrttee 4 ARTHUR CHARLES BROWN Ar As In ner common tba! men un' mrrmst uhen lheg are auag rom home C ourl 2 3 4 Tumbling 2 RITA T BRUMMOND Reet Aluuys happy aluugx klml shzx Ilr mp u llkl fn :J Gnrl Reserves 3 4 Class Color Commuttee 4 Though vlewmg from afar GERALD R BROWN Jerry Why lon! ue half more zavahonsa F A WALTER BRUMMOND Walt Dnl you lzrmu lhal qulelmss llllllll I nllln RICHARD BYE Dick I ngnf Ihat I haw but one ll 1' lo gl 1' lu my :rl and I Football I 2 Pr Committee 3 Homecoming Commuttee 4 Commencement Commuttee 4 FLORENCE PATRICIA CAMPBELL 0 Thr un lo get ah:-ad o llc x to laugh at xl sers Club I 2 3 Jun Chorr I 2 3 Sensor Choir 4 RAYMOND G BURGETT Ray HJ aluags gooll lo 7ll!'f'f a mil Int :mn umblnng I 2 4 Sta Crew 2 Ushers Club Commencement Committee 4 LORNA CALKINS Lorn Lam haf a lrltlc smlln uhen lashes hx qzule uorlhufhxle L :nl 2 Tumbllngl 2 Girl Reserves 3 Prom Decoratlon Commntte 3 Class Hnstory Commattee 4 AUDREY CARLSON Car To knou hrr ann' IS lo Ixlze her aluugs Gnrl Reserves 3 4 Commence ment Commlttee 4 IO7 JAMES W BURSETH Bungo Whulv Ill lhf lrulul hull or 11109 Baseball I Basketball 2 Track 2 3 Football 3 4 Homecom mg 4 Stump 3 4 Class Hrs tOry Commnttee 4 JC BONNIE LEE CLARK I ll pony a Lets make the future last BARBARA CARLSON Bunny 4 lvl! r nalurmf girl u bard I0 :ml Foo sl 2 3 4 Clothnngl 2 3 4 Gown Comrnutiee 4 PICTURE FLOYD CHRISTIANSON 'P An you Yfddj or anofbcr good PICTURE ""'f' Hn Y 3 4 Secretary Treasurer 4 Prom Checkung Commnttee 3 Class Color Commnttee 4 CAROL W CLARK Pmkue Auux uzlh books lrfs haw xomr ll Hall Monntor I Gnrl Reserves 3 Ushers Club I 2 3 Home Economics 3 4 Footllghfers 2 Banquet Committee 4 GEORGE CORWIN Sonny Smmday 'youll br glad gnu knew m Prom Decoratmg Commnttee 3 SUSAN CRITTENDEN ue r rudy or a fum Ials ga Cheerleading I 2 3 Glrl Ath Ietucs I 2 Sensor Orchestra I 2 3 4 Secretary Treasurer 3 Homecoming Decoration Commuttee 4 Gurl Reserves 3 L ln 2 Class Mo o Commnttee 4 108 DOUGLAS CATON Duke Las Vrgas brn' I rome' Footlnghters Clubl 2 3 Ba que! Commnttee 4 LAVERN J CHRISTOPHER Christy !'Ulf!'NlFl1f lamps him 4111? CAROL J CRIPE Cnpe Sb: uns Izlrmd ulfb qu: Inns Tumblmg I 2 Transferred from Lo Crosse Central b gnnnmg of sensor year LUIS DAHL Lowey Il r II mal Io br' rnjogml Chonr 3 Secretary Treasurer Home Economacsl 2 3 4 I 'I NO Q 1 1, 1, 1, H , 1 1' ' ' , . f - ' , , 1 H- rv , d , , , Q , , - ' I I A . I MFI, H n - H . I 5 . I I . f I , . , ,151 , A 1, . . ,I My ly t' mf I. I Y, . , . , fu . , I . I I , I I I I I M Q I A' Il ll ll f ll A . ' ' ' ' ' . ' " 'a' . .VT P. I v . . ' I Y . e. ,IS 1, H H Slzrh UH' 4' I f ' ' li I - H, ' , J- ' . . . . . , - 3, I I I T I . . A . , I I - . , f 4: , . : 1 1, 45 at I, Q ft I tual llYI70Ilfl0?1 ulll makr jour ROMAINE DAHL Do Food or fllllill' b ll tulzf unx k111J :nk rblrk IJUJ llkr t 11111 Junvor Choar I Sennor Choir 3 4 Baseball I 2 4 Football I 2 3 Stump 4 DAVIS GORDON Gordy W1 J IIJ1 A13 ln' .url s Ume S II lo l11lp 1 out Ibn big am Transferred from Sebastopol Callforma at begmmng of sen lor year BARBARA DUPONT Barb So long av that ulurh mrgbt bazr' brn lint uhg uorrx Jour brad about :P Home Economncs I 2 3 4 Class Prophecy 4 WARD M EDWARDS Crlv an' botlJrrsom1 but I dont mimi hung bolhrrrd Spanlsh 2 3 Latln 3 4 Home commg Commntee 4 Class Hustory Commuttee 4 Transfer red from Jeffers Mmnesoto mlddle of Sophomore year By Iearn1ng from the past SHIRLEY A DAHI. Shari 1 11m gilt 5011 Ihr lzma' o tr 1 mltbrp that malzrx gon glad' you rv lnmg Announcement Committee 4 TOM DEROUIN Tom Our 11l111 o an agrrrablr prison Track 4 it GLORIA DAWN DUDENHOEFER LOANN MARLENE DREKE Thorns no wsrmtrrs or beauty Ixlzv happ1m-xx Glory umblang I 2 3 4 C ea :ng I 2 3 Home o nomlcs I 2 3 4 Girl Sports 2 3 4 Spanush 3 Prom Publncuty Commlttee 3 Gnrl Reserves 3 4 Soclal Chalrman 4 Home comlng Chairman 4 Com mencement Commnttee C Chaurman 4 SHIRLEY EDELMAN Shlrl Rrtarzml amf 1l1gn1 1111 wt Vlffidlj Gurl Sports 3 Homecoming Commuttee 4 RICHARD E ELEYET Gene Lou' IJ Ihr llc o man Transferred from Dayton Ohio begunmng of Sensor year IO9 u115 czrrguhzrr Home Economncs I 2 3 4 rnbllng I 2 3 Choir I Sports I 2 3 Archery I 2 I l 11 H11 11 t 11 - in . V ' , Sb - -, . If 1. a NJ, - 1, - - U l 1' , - 1 , t - 7 ' I I ' - 1 1 1 1 1 - 1 1 A 11 11 11 11 'll ' 'ur' ' 1' 'I ' ' f ' . 111, ' II of ' ' V j . 1 I . 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', I' 1 I .I 1 I ' , ', I ' I 1 I' I I I SALLY FALSTAD a ml alt full 1 u but my H1517 x-oh box Student Councll 2 Girl Sports De ate 2 N 3 4 Latnn 3 4 Girl Reserv s 3 4 Homecornrng Decorat on ommrttee 4 Class Announce 'nent Commrttee 4 Now let us remrmsce ROBERT FESENMAIER Fezz 1 ullmnf Im it nl BEVERLY A ERICKSON ev VVIIX ffl X lljd Booster Club 4 Class Color Ccmmrttee 4 NEIL EVERSON I lfmnglvl I wu Iam: IuI1nr,g ru! zu a In Intramural Football l In ra mural Basketball 2 3 4 Stu dent Councrl 2 Stump 4 Hu Y 4 Class Hrstory Commuttee 4 AUDLEY EVANS Lolly f ,HI YI, Hll ll C-llllf LIII1 Transferred from Gulrnanton begrnnmg of Senror year BERNARD FAANES Bernie mu I It mon fun I png ur llm nr frln mn B seball 2 3 4 Intramural Basketball 2 3 4 Transferred from Dallas beglnnrng of the phomore year AVIS IONE FLASKRUD DARLENE FORSYTHE Re Terra 1 ,y 1, ,U , my .ml Nu om: If qyyyuqy nulr gl ul I ur Ugherg Club 2 Tumblmg Junrar Chorr l Sensor Cholr 2 Home Economrcs l 2 3 U L In l 2 Cheerleading l 2 Grrl Reserves 3 4 Grrl Sports 2 Hamecornrng Cammnttee 4 Kodak 4 Class Color Cornmzt tee 4 LOIS J FOUSER CAROL J FROSETH Lore KUY ,yNl,15 Xmrlnz J .1 Juay llO Charr I Class Prophecy Com mrttee 4 . I HB .1 H ,, 314' V, mr' I , II I Inc, is .1 r ' I 4 R - AI K 4, X Ab. 'VI 1, H I Iu, II tx t um. -,shun J ll 7, I - A, fm I I A t 11' , ,' , , x I' . I A , I 'I I ' O I I J I So . "S I" 1, If M'-'I I. ' . , . Luv l 'hill I lf!!! IU, I lv -L 1- My 2, 3, 4g b ,3g .F.L. 2, , 1 ' , Q ' e ll dll 44 "I I.rf lIl ur Ill g , I rr 5 I'II Mkt' ll" ' IU IN J CHAIN 1' YW. 1 V, fmt' . ,fr I ln' I k. g ' l, 2g ' ' I I A , ' I I A 3, 45 Glee Cl b l, 2, 3, 45 Of' , Q ' , 1 kg If D ' ' I Q lltr lIunVy rmrlr- IX Ivrr prrw Y. ,H ww IVIIP cI1 M' V I 1IlrInl'X rltlfx. Our many memorres we ve amassed BEVERLY GALTRUDE ev Working rn a braulg shop urll pu ptr right on lop Home Economicsl 2 3 4 DONALD GARNETT Beaver A slurdy guy ullb a sluuly gul nd l 2 Football 2 3 tramural Basketball 2 3 Prom Committee 3 H Y 4 CI ss olor Committee 4 GENE E GARDINER Gene Ill prml 11 and shams Ihr Vous umbling I 2 4 m mencement Committee Chair man 4 JAMES GARNETT im Napulron ua: a xmull gug foo Intramural Sports I 2 3 GEORGE GERNER Sammy In bn opmmn fbrrr an lun sldu lo rrrry qurxfron hrs snlr um! lb: urong .mir Basketball I 2 Baseball I 2 3 4 Class President 2 Stu dent Council 3 Debate I 2 3 N F L 4 Rad 2 3 Intramural Basketball 3 R e ub 3 4 Mike Platter I 2 3 4' Senior Choir 3 4' Prom Publicity Commit- tee Chairman 3' Commence- ment Committee 4. YVONN E GILBERTSON Vonnie Frii'm1'ly aml kind, lbr bm! you can ind, CLORIS GERTH Gert Auf ur lwlll rml Ivo my Ja happy mrrlrum JUNE GONITZKE June For a swrll time sbt' ran'l be bval. Cheerleading I, 2, Senior Or- chestra l, 2, 3, 4, Girl Reserves 3, 4, Home Economics 3, 4, Prom Decorating Committee 35 Homecoming Decoration Com- mittee 4g Class Song Commit- tee 4. Ill gs BEVERLY I GARTON ELSIE B GEHRKE ev Worrg and I bazc neur mr! Second Band I 2 First Band S K anrrullg rpruklng shes gcflcrully speaking econd Band l 2 3 urs Band 4 Girl Reserves 3 4 Welfare Chairman 4 Student Council 4 Secretary Treasurer 4 Banquet Committee 4 DOUGLAS F GULLICKSON Doug Worf' Work Wharf bun I brard that uoru' br orc? Intramural Basketball 2 3 4 FFA 3 4 Transferred from more year The proms, the dates, the jokes ELVERA GRAMS Sin lznour hou lo ru rl Ilsoxr ry.: around rchery I 2 4 Gnrl serves 3 4 Prom Commnttee 3 Homecommg Commnttee 4 I-ucmecomnng Attendant 4 Commencement Commuttee 4 SANDRA LOU GUDE Some I ruml 0 your oun rx uorlb four of Ibow o your ru-mis Latm I 2 Gnrl Reserves 3 4 Badger Glrls State 3 Tumblmg 2 3 Mike 8. Platt r 4 Homecommg Commlttee 4 News 4 Announcement Com mlttee Chairman 4 DONALD N HALVORSEN Don Tblliklllo is buf an rdlr' uaslr 0 Iboughf nd I 2 3 Tumblmg I 3 Track 2 3 4 Football 3 Ushers Commencement Com m:ttee4 BILL HAMILTON W A young man m bs rarlg lxrhvs Baseball I 2 3 4 Basketball a Homecommg Attendant 4 Ly ceum 3 4 Class Prophecy Commlttee 4 JOANN E H ANGARTN ER Tootle A sum! llrrsormlltg allrarlx many mnds Checrleaderl 2 3 4 Tumb 3 4 Archery Prom Commuttee 3 Gul R serves 3 4 Vlce President 4 Homecommg Attendant Class Color Cornmattee 4 II2 PATRICIA KAE GREEN Dnmples A smrlr gov: a long uag Band I Cheerleader I Arch cry I News 2 Prom Commut tee 3 Gsrl Reserves 3 4 Class Hlstory Commnttee BERNARD W GU ELDN ER Bernie I ulll fo mg uork rf 5011 ulll bring ll Io mr' Transferred from Eleva Hugh School begmnrng of Sophomore year KENT LEE HAMPTON Hampy You gotta br n oolball hero sa s a song Well berrs a hero rs xt wrong? Basketball I 2 Baseball 2 Ly um 2 3 4 President 4 Class Presndent I Student Councll 3 Football I 2 3 4 Homecommg Attendant 4 So cual Commuttee Chaurman 4 EDWIN T HANSON Grease 1 good fllllt' nou II uorlb !u0 gonr by .sermon I 2 Tumblmg I 2 3 Hu Y 3 4 Commencement Commlttee 4 O HE., ,, . ,, . A A . A A A , , 3, I ARe- 5 A 5 - V5 A f IA A A : A , 2 . A A A A , ,, . ,, H . ,, AA . A I AA . A . A A A . A A, . ' . A: ' , 1 A A ' , I, , 1 A g 2, 3, A , , I . ll . ll ll ll , f . - , I I BU I 1 I ' 1 2, I , A , , 1 , , J 1 , A Arcadia beginning of Sopho- A I ' X , ,, AW, ,, ,I AA , A Af. . A I A,, y , , . . 2, 3, 4, Footb ll 2, 3, 4, ' J - , Q A 5 - A , 1 Ce , A, : 1 . A 1 ' I ' ' ' ll l ' ll ll ll y , , , 1 - , ' A , : ' , , . lzng l, 2, , I A 2i I -A . I ' 5 e- . ' .A 1 : 4: The Homecommg and the jolly cokes PATRICIA ANN HARTEL a Ilrsrbzr l1rl'x b bind Iboxr Urs Span sw 4 Archery 4 Trans lerred fr rn Gulman Hugh School begnnnmg of Junxor year ORVILLE HAUGE Orv III rr zrr brim off more lhan be ran cbru. Second Band I Fnrst Band 3 4 Vnce Presndent 3 Pres: nt 4 ep B nd 2 3 Football I 2 Basketball I 2 Orchestra 2 3 4 Intramural Basketball 3 4 Track I Com mencement Co Chaurman 4 ADDISON HEGGE Pancho Th: bnnlrr I fry In br goorlrr fbi' worxrr I nm Intramural Basketball I 2 4 Socral Commlttee 4 DIANNE HENDERSON Good nulurrd and I1 nrnd fo all Lannl 2 German 3 4 An nouncement Commnttee 4 MEM? SHARON HARTL Shary To lcnou her onrr is lo lou' lwr aluags G rman 3 4 BRUCE HAUGEN A good nalnrvd boy urlb a merry :mile Football I 2 3 4 lntramu al Basketball 3 4 Baseball 3 4 Lyceum 3 4 Vlce Presldent 4 Homecommg Attendant 4 Class Motto Commnttee 4 RICHARD K HAUGEN Tex H15 lnzrng rfxflrlblrs a rvhfarsal 0 an aruclrnl nd I nnls 2 tramural Basketball 2 3 4 f SALLY ANN HEARDEN a IN Iuab III uv I1 azor uhm Sal funn- lo E C H S Class Prophecy Commnttee 4 Transferred from Neenah Hugh School beginning of Senlor year JAMES E HEIMSTEAD lm III rn-mx nr mm all can' Commencement Commlttee 4 DONNA HENDERSON Aol murb Iallz-a greal sweet szlcnrc' Class Banquet Commlttee of We 5 C O ,IP tII II II . ' 'f I . I ' I . - I' - I . - . , . - . -I I D I . I "' I ' '- I I I I I' I I ' 2, I I- I I I I J ' ' J '- 1 I Q de p P a , , 45 D I I I z I : - I I I I I I ' I I I as I II Il IIS Ill f ' A fr ll" 1-1 . f ' ' ' H I' 'V Ba , 25 Te ' , 35 ln- ' 4 . 1 1 ' I , y Y. V I' , I' I 1, I ' . 4 v , I t' , 5 H I J - ' A , . 4. I . u N X I 1' n The study halls, and the weekly "News " i 39 HELEN MARIE HERZBERG Herzve A uomunv brarl llkl Ihr' moon IS aluags :banging lm! lbcrrs uluagc man m Dramatncsl 2 3 Footlughters 4 Or 4 Presldent 4 Prom Decora tlon Committee 3 Gnrl Reserves 3 4 News 4 Publuclty Com muttee 4 BEVERLY HENNIG ev Sbt uuutw Io br a bousrux c'-and IUYIY1 Tumbllng I 2 3 Hall Momtor 2 Ushers 2 3 Secretary 3 BARBARA HENTSCHEL Barb S Yllti lllfb a SIIIII' Class Color Commutte 4 BOB R HESSLER Nlgger ullilll Tbul pbjslqm S etball I 2 3 Track I oo ol Homecomlng Attendant 4 Ly Ceum 2 3 4 'R 1 was ai? sr? :Or if gif' Jack u 1 ullb a man HI on Track l Football l 2 3 ase 4 B sketball 2 tramural Basketball 4 Stump EMOGENE HEUER Emy II lm! Il ll r Nun lnmg HI till' umblmg I 2 3 4 C er I 4 Ch Gnrl Reserves 3 4 C Motto Comrmttee 4 II4 LYLE HENNING Bub H41 an arguulfuralrsl al brarl A 3 4 Sentune Presldent 4 Commencement Commnttee 4 DONNA HERMANSON Dom Tlnn is mmb m 14 bn lltblllf lbul calm utcrlor Choir 3 School Store 3 Glrl Reserves 3 4 Homecommg Decoratnon Commnttee 4 Class Flower Commlttee 4 Marge S111 brlgblms ang Jay Tumbling 2 ELIZABETH HILLESTAD rz nz lui nrmux ry as sn' uould umbllng I 2 3 4 C erl 2 Ch 4 Glrl Reserves 3 4 s Motto Commattee 4 HB ,, H ,, , - s - F.F..l,2,,p '13, 4 I 15 I All . V.. 1 ,.t '-,,, Bok ,,f ,2, . l . 3, 4, F tb I l, 2, 3, 4, 1, 2, 3, ,' ahestra 1, 2, 3, P ' " , 'A wif Qi kj? , 0, JOHN A. HESTEKIN MARGY HESTEKIN , 1. A thi l G tl slmr' IIX " ' I f ' A ' ' , if 2 ' 1 , , : B - ' . s D V ball g a , 35 In- , I ' e 3, 4. .' . kai 1 'es " ' -' IN. 1, w , 4 1 9 Cr It ' lu' , I I A '- V. , 2 T ' , , , g heer- ' 1, - lead , 2, 3, 5 oir 2, 3, T ' , . . 1 heer- Ag ' , 5 lass lead , , 3, 45 oir 2, 3, , -.- ' ' . 5 ' A , 5 Clas V.. 1 N I Our debaters and their many views STANLEY HILLESTAD Stan I1 e rs short and lm here to rnyog Band I 2 Football I Tennns I 2 Baseball 4 Intramural s etball I 2 3 LAVONNE J HOLM Vonme A nur grrl urth bar ulun' all planned Second Band I 2 Secretory Treasurer 2 Flrst Band 3 4 Pep Band 4 Orchestra 4 2 Archery 3 4 Homecomlng Commlttee 4 Homecomlng At tendant 4 Gurl Reserves 3 4 Commencement Committee 4 BARBARA HOYT Barb I you uanl rt rloru' fall ml Barb 1 lp Second Bond I Fnrst Band 2 3 Cheerleaderl 2 3 4 Gnrl Reserves 3 4 Cabmet 4 Gurl Sportsl 2 3 4 Homecomung Commnttee 4 Spannsh 3 4 Class Song Commuttee 4 DONNA HOFFE Hoffe A modrxt maid and proper too Second Band I Flrst Band 2 4 Pep Band 3 4 Pr m Commlttee 3 Glrl Reserves 3 4 Cheerleader I 2 Home comnng Commnttee Chalrman 4 News 4 Class Pub ICITY Commuttee C0 Chalrman 4 DOUGLAS L HOLMES Doug Bvuan' I rmgbl :lu mmtlhmg nn xatwnal some dag Footballl 2 Intramural as ket all 2 3 4 Track 4 DAVID HUGHES Frenchy JAMES W HUSE PATRICIA ANN ISHAM IIT1 Q uhy sbnulal lr 1 all labor lr GERALD R HOUSE Bub A gona' uonl ard a snzlr murgom' Basketball I 2 Intramural Sefballl 23 FFA Class Soclal Committee 4 Wbalx ltr wllbvlll H175 Posllron at a ur r pn' rrrml I umbllng I , 2 ARTHUR HOWELL Juny Tbt nun fha! blusbzv um! be a llrulz' Intramural Klttenball 2 l tramurol Basketball 2 3 4 otball I 2 II5 I I I X , I , ,, H ,, ,, if. . ' , 1 J 3, 5, u , 5 0 A I I I I 1 B0 k , , , 4- 5 ' U , 1 1 - - , W - g . 5 I I' ' f I .5 T . J- -.we Cu! " ' " ,, H L? ', 1 - I , 3 , ' A ' 1 b f , I - , A f V, Cheerleader I, 25 Tumbllng I, 4 X V 5 Q . 1 Q I - 1 ' , 1 I ' A I II II ' ,r 1 1" for D I Q .' ' I n- ? ' f I , I Bak -,,,v...l,2gF0 113,4- ,, ,, ,, ff , . I - l f , ' , - J . g f' v: 1 ' V , J , , , : n , : 1 t I f I ., . H J lip tl! I - f I 4 r H U f The homework was piled hrgh BONNIE JEAN IVERSON ver Thr nigh! o Ihr Prom sbt' nlgmtl ur h a vnnlt Ibis dnrkbazrrd mm ua: qurru for a mga! Cheerleader l Tumblmg I Prom Decoratmg Commnttee 3 Jumor Prom Queen 3 Gurl Re serves 3 4 Class Flower Com muttee 4 BONITA JEAN JACOBSON Bonny Our abmulrr IJ our ulll or uba! ur' ulll ur arf Student Councll l 3 Business Monoger 4 Footlaghters l 2 3 4 Busuness Manager 4 Mike 81 Plotter 2 3 4 Dro matucsl 2 3 4 Raduo Speech L 2 Glr se ves 3 4 Gnrl Sports l 2 Stage Crew 4 Homecomung Commlttee 4 Commencement Program Co Charrman 4 25.2 CHARLES JOHNSON DAVID D JOHNSON Lopper Johns 'll n may form uml nun may 0 71:4 man ullh a smile' l f I K0 0" UNH' Transferred from Augusta Foofbou 2 3 Lyceum 3 4 Q-Home Of Jumor Year Intramural Basketball l 2 3 lass Gown Commnttee 4 DAVID J JOHNSON Dave Hr ml tural IX lrkr flu' I fmgr o a Klllllllldfjidll As Footllghters 2 3 4 Mnke 8- Flatter 3 4 Vlce Presldent 4 Class Wall Commnttee Chalr man 4 Student Councel 4 JAMES H JOHNSON rm A flush nn tbl gmlrrun a sfrrulz on lht trarlz Track 2 3 4 lntramural Bos all 3 4 Football l 4 Homecomung Kung 4 Com mencement Commrttee 4 ll6 BEVERLY IONE JACKSON ev Rralx or anylbmg you ma5 ark br II fun or br rl sk Cheerleader 2 Spanish l 2 Debate2 3 4 Glrl Reserves 4 Mlke 8- Platter 4 Rodlo 4 Homecommg Commuttee Commencement Program Co Chairman 4 ROBERT G JANKE Spuke All ,grrul mrn dn' jnung l Jon! vrl to gourl mjvrl Tennrs 2 3 Photography 3 Prom Advertusmg Commuttee 3 ELAINE SYLVIA JOHNSON Johns ll My to br good flllfllfld aml rlrmllg Jumor Chonr I Sensor Choir 2 urs e Club mbllng l 2 3 4 C leoderl 2 3 4 Glrl Reserves " 4 Conference Room Chaur man 4 Homecomnng Commnt tee 4 Grrls Sports 3 4 Class Flower Commnttee Charrman 4 LOIS J JOHNSON ll you urml n laugh Ialk I u Transferred from St Pots be gmnmg of Jumor year I I HI ,, HB H . V . I , v. I tk I - , 'V l ' f 1 , ' I . J I I 1 : I , , 2 V 3, : 2 H :V . 1 - 41 Y . . A 11 u I' ' " . K . ' ,' ,f , I - V JT' 1 ' , 5 ' - , . I . , , 1 :A 1 1 ' ' ' . ,V 2 : . , ,I 1 'I l,2, 3, 45 atlnl, 5 'lRe- - f , 1 ,. 5 K ' 5 54, - . , A ll ll ll ll S A A 1' I' ' ' ' -' X S.' 'l I . Ju 3 f ' '. be, . 1 I I I ' ' I r I ,. . C . .JJ K' u l u ll ll i. fffl' ' I " flfi l A l ., , , l, f f. A'. ' '. I 35 G I Gle l, 2, 35 1 ' . . ' Tu ' , , , 5 heer- 1 ' ul - .I ' ' . - , - .I f HJ' H HJOH . I . ' ' ' 1 , , ' . 'I l- . V . ' - x , , I ' ' ' ' . ketb , 5 , 2, 3, I I ' MARY C JOHNSON Dm! I II 1111 I haze 1115 111111 1111111 olrl Reserves 3 4 Suannsh 2 3 Tumbllng l Homecormng CoCha1rman 4 News 3 4 Archery 4 Class Banquet Com mlttee 4 ROBERT JOHNSON Bo bu 1 1111115 bull 1111z1l1 1111 1111! lo monkrg 1 F otball 2 3 4 Baseb ll 2 Intramural Basketball 2 3 4 Homecomung Attendant 4 Class Banquet Commuttee 4 Sometimes we forgot to RICHARD A JOHNSON I 11lJ11l11r uurlb 11111115 11 11 l11r M1 e 81 Platter 3 4 om rnencementComm1ttee4 Transferred from Antngo be gmmng of Sophomore year VIRGINIA LEE JOHNSON Glnny IVPII r 1 11111 lllfl 51111111 11111111 Cheerleaderl 2 3 4 Gnrl Re serves 3 4 Presldent 4 Prom Decorat1onComm1ttee 3 Hornecomung Commnttee 4 Irs Sports l 4 C Banquet Comrnvttee 4 mi! study HARVEY JEROME JULSON Tiny Dorng uhat fumes 11al11r11l15 Orchestra l 2 3 TOM E KEITH HGDDY ALTA JONES 11 of YI run gr JOHN KEISER Buck 111111 lo muh 11 1111111011 follurt but ubo 11015111 ump 2 3 H Y lnomecomvng Commnttee 4 FRED KEMPF Snozz X, lm, on , c 1131 3 I1 11111 1 .u,,,k,,,g lltilc '1 bl 2 otball l 2 3 Baseba um mg 3 Stump dl as Q ll7 ELEANOR M JON ES Jonesy Alum: 1111113 or 11 gum! laugh Cheerleader l 2 Gurls Sports 2 3 4 G1rlReserv Homecommg Commnttee 4 H S Offuce 4 Booster Offuce 4 Lubrary Councnl 3 Class Motto Commuttee 4 'Nl Y 1 - ,. ,, - , 1 "Drk" 1, P- , A - 1 ' V J J . A ' J ' A l ' l ls . 1 C - ' I . - J 1 : , 1 - 2 - A K '-' 4' . 1 ,, HX. 1 ,, 1, ' 1 ,Lf ,fl W' I' 1. -f 'I 51111 11 -11 1h1f 011' 3 ' 1 ll 1 A 119 . A f" 0 1 1 1 0 1 1 1 1 5 ' - 1 f , li' . 1 1 J 1 J 5 ' 1- 1 ' 3 - G I , 2, 3, g lass -1 1 , r X 1.--v.. ' A nn: 1,1331 9 1 .ig W 1 1'ifLf'73i 1 in fl?" J:-'53 V V-, v - fb.-if A ,Q"l ' fl --11 til of srnsc. H I' 1 1 A l,11.:' .eS3,4: , . 1 I 1 if .1., 11 . 11 11 11 "Y, I I A' s ' . Q A ' '. W' , 1' A V 1 .- A A . 1 2 ' ' ' ' - St ,- , 4g -1- 3, 45 X I -1 . 1' 1 6111 Q .1 "- ', ,wa 4 Q, .1 W, ' 11 ' 11 " " H11 I11:1', A, 11 'I f1-11 1'k1' Ill" -'IH ff"'fl,' ' ff' fl' 1' 'I 1 ' 1 ' 1 ' 'f1111. . 1 1 1 . Z ' ' YQ ' 2 A 9 ' 3 i1 I Ik 5. But the days have been so very gay DEWAYNE ROY KNUDSON LILLIAN KNUTSON Bob Belle I play a rrmmal znxirurmul mm Tl nurlll un url.: mr un "'f"f Tumblnng l 2 Class Banquet C our l 3 4 Commxttee 4 M DONNA JEAN KERN Sb A so nur lo romr home to Cheerleader 2 Make 8- Platter 2 Gurl Reserves 3 Prom Mu sac Commnttee 3 DONALD KLAWITER Klawut B4 you Pllfffj my nn J Tumblnng l 2 Homecomung Decoration Commnttee 4 Class Commlttee4 GLENN 0 KOHLH EPP Unc 0 I flu A Fo ball 2 C Motto Commxttee 4 ARTHUR KOTZ ud hm! :rr x nruu! comprhlor M e8-Platterl 2 3 4 a dual 2 3 4 Commencement Commsttee Co Chanrman 4 ll8 KENNETH KINDERMAN Gus Somf fuoplr ban good mrmorrn tarrrr orgrl raxrly olhfrx remember lbmqs fbut mln bappfned A 3 4 Vlce Pr aent 4 Homecoming Commnt tee 4 Intramural Basketball l 2 3 4 Class Gown Commnt tee 4 VICTORIA KLOPFENSTEIN Vlcky Sormlh ng mu bus barn anlnltd Junlor Chonr 4 Transferred from Momenee lllnnols begun mng of Sensor year CHARLES KORTIER Bud H 5 rr u but bf Icarus as! Stump 4 Hn Y 4 Football 4 Commencement Commuttee 4 Transferred from Shawnee Mus suon Hugh School Kansas Cnty Mussourn begunnrng of Sensor year LOIS E KRUSCHKE Lone lah bourx arm! goor! for one bu! Ibm n good for Iuo Tumblmgl 2 3 Second Band Flrst Band 2 3 4 Glr serves 3 4 School Store 3 Class Flower Commuttee 4 - Y. .1 H H L ' . : ' n v u A I J ' I , I , , --.' . . F,F. . l, 2, , Q ' esi- i - I 1 , r I ' MB. 'Sv . A ll -ll 1, , 1' X A I 5A A ' . . , j U I f I ' 'Y' "7 5 ll ll ll ll l , - - , nr A it f- -1 -J rf, l , but only for my our: rrrlrrlairr- rbarrxc' if? I . 4 A j J 1 h , , . . iff ' l ll ll ,I ,I 5 ' Ah ll lux! n' xuu fall '. 1-' .1 4, f , ' ' U t F.F. . lg ot l, g lass 5 '- 5 w 5 , r 1 A N rr B I D . , V h , . . 4' ' . l , ' V ik , , , 5 R - - ' . . 4 . ' . 1 , I '. ' ' Q . l: , , : lRe- r I I For clubs and activities took a lot of time each day JO ANNE ELIZABETH KUEHL Jome Sbe bas a pleaxmg uay about her French Club l 2 Vlce Presl dent 2 Make 8- Platter 2 3 Junior Choir 3 Sensor Choir 4 Grrl Reserves 3 4 Class An nouncement Commlttee 4 BARBARA .I KUNERT Barb Vflsrbu' has noi lcmplrd mr9 Cheerleader 2 Girl Sports 3 4 Gnrl Reserves 3 4 Junnor Chonr 3 Kodak 3 4 H S Offnce 4 Class Motto Comrmttee 4 JERRIS LALANDE Jerry Skt s all drfxxrd up in snulrx Cheerleader l 2 Footllghters 4 A y Gnrl Reserves 3 4 Homecom mg Commrttee 4 Class Wnll Commnttee 4 ARLENE L LARSON Lars Herex a pal thats mce all the uay round were mqurred and thats what we ound Second Band l Flrst Band 2 3 4 Secretary Treasurer 4 Pep Band 2 3 4 Orchestra Gnrl Reserves 3 4 Treasurer 4 Photography 3 Class Buss ness Manager 2 Class Sec retary 3 Commencement Pro gram Committee 4 MARVIN L K MMET t IIMU 97? K4 NANCY KVISLER Fluffy Thr pcrfrrl bouxrwx 4' Ushers l 2 Commencement Program Commuttee 4 mrttee 4 ARDYCE M LARSON Ardy Wulrx Llallg lrllrrs fa bn rrrlam onr in prom I0 hun ber brarl II urm Footlrghters l 2 3 4 Gown Committee 4 CORINNE LOIS LARSON Corky Her eyes arf' blue as the skg and bar rlnposmon is as sunny as the :lay m May Footllghters l First Band l 4 Or hestra 2 3 4 Reserves 3 4 Cheerleader l 2 Tumblmgl 2 3 K0dak4 Homecommg Commuttee Class Treasurer 4 Class Ban quet Commnttee 4 II9 DONALD LADWIG Bunny Wbg llwnk fume when once rs rnougb Commencement Locatlon Com WAYN E LAGASSE Whrtey Om 0 our oollmll stars at least be 5 aluays out al night Second Band l First Band 2 3 4 Pep Band 4 Orchestra B sketball l 3 ball l 2 3 4 Homecoming At tendant 4 Lyceum 3 4 Sec retary Treasurer 4 Class Com mencement Commuttee 4 O . Gu' p p 1 1 1 1 ' '- h 1 1 1 A 1 1 1 1 1 - '- li Afuyf . ll .ll ll ll 1' 'f , 'f' V 1 ' n 1 ,1 f 5 . 1 1 - 1 1 1 . 1 1 4 1 Il - ll ' f f 1 ' 1 ' 1 - - 1 1 1 J, ' - U 41 a , 2, A Foot- 1+ - in ' 41,2 . x,-f?'5:f? ' typ 'Y' , - 1, ll Il II Il A B I 1' 1 ' ' -' ' l 1 , ' l, 2, 3, 1 rcher l, 2, 3, 41 I - ' I 2 - l 1 1 1 I I . N, ll ll 11 ff 7 , A r r v 1 , ,ml , .. . 1 ' - f . ' . 43 1 ' 1 A 1 ' 1 2, 1 1 - 1 31 1 C 1 1 1 Girl I 1 1 1 41 n 1 1 1 1 1 . 1 I 1 1 1 1 1 1 - 42 4 5 ' I ' , f I ' . ' - . . X 1 1 We were always behmd our coaches and our teams nm, KI' -mr' N7 -11 sv GLENN LEE RAY LEWIS PIYITO Johnny lm 81ff"'X -Ilvffk 'UI' HI llifyfblflk Ily ulxmlm J rcally lom no harm lfllf 51,1001 l 1 lll l l l va lr an llnr :nm Football I Banquet Commlttee FA 2 3 4 Usher :nf DUAN E LARSON Lunk ml lu lzrmu brm malzls you lnlzl Jnn Prom Commuttee 3 Homecom :ng Commuttee 4 Stage Crew 4 Stump Baseballl 2 3 4 Commence ment Location Commnttee 4 BARBARA LAWIN Bubs lull un unl rrrmlm loo Second Band I Furst Band 3 4 Pep Band 3 4 Orchestra rls ortsl 2 Glr se ves 3 4 Photography 3 Homecommg Commnttee 4 Class Song Commnttee 4 MILDRED E. LARSON Millie W: krrnu lrtllc abouf yvu but all ur knou rs good ws2 3 H S Offce2 Class Flower Commuttee 4 DON LAWRENCE Donnie fur lranblrv" Otboll I 2 3 Trak 3 Lyceum 3 4 LLOYD LIESE On 1 Ihr arnbrflous mrmlzrrs 0 our mlavs Class Flay Commuttee 4 Make 8- Platter 3 4 Footlnghters 4 Student Councll 4 Vnce Pres: dent Transferred from Chucago begrnmng of Junior year BETTY LITTLE Red D xtmufmn Marrragr 120 DAMON LIGHTHIZER Lute Asl. rm no qrwsllorrx lll Irll ry rr no Ins Second Band I 2 Tumblnng I 2 3 4 Ushers4 JOAN M LUDVIGSON Luddy Arrl ublu you lurou bn lnlhr you urslJ you lznu br url Class Treasurer 2 Student Councll 4 Gurl Reserves 3 4 Lnbrary Councnl 3 French Club 3 4 Homecommg Decoratnon Commuttee 4 I 0 ., I- , 1' , , - ' 1 H n I' I ' Ne , j . . A i , 35 ' 3, 4, Hi-Y 3, 5 4, ' I , I I ' . 5, ' 'I " Il - Il A A 'UI f vll I '- -f, . : , I . A .,- I f t 2' FO , , z C I, 2, '. 0 i 1 in I 1 1 A J , . 45 Gu Sp , g I Re- ' S A I " r , 1 b 1 I 5 ,, . ,, , ,, ,, I S . Ill xi -l'l' . f . ,I J ' F. , . I, , , g S4. 4. , l 'Ei I, 'f , -- I rr . rr 1 t I . A f"x' . Q - . 3. . , , . - . by , , . , I 1 l ll ll ll' ll '. tl ' ' 3 ' 4 . I I . ,v : I I V I, .V 441. I n I QI y f 1 , : -- ' ' : :sr 1 , In , is ' ' . For they were always out to brmg us fame LORRAINE LUND Lundy A mfr girl uhose band.: lg 01 er a xbortbaml nolfbook or u tjpeu nlrr umbllng l 2 Senior r chestra I 2 3 4 Lubranan 3 Gnrl Reserves 3 4 Class Hts tory Commuttee 4 NEIL MANOR PeeWee l bud om' far onu' Tumbllngl 2 3 JOAN MAI Sbe lake: ll e srnouslj Ushersl 2 3 Tumblmg PATRICIA MANTHEI at Bound Io gd ahead Vootlughters I 2 Treasurer 2 rom Publlclty Commlttee 3 Gvrl Reserves 3 4 Library Counctl 3 4 Homecoming At tendant 4 Homecomnng Dec oratlon Commnttee 4 Banquet Commnttee 4 MARGARET MARKISON Peggy A ante gal uml a swtll pal Second Band I Fnrst Band 2 3 4 Pep Band 2 3 4 Sensor Orchestra 2 Tumbllng I Class Flower Commuttee 4 CHARLES MATHEWS JR. MARGARET MATTICE Chuck So long as that whirl: might haw Ill like Io It-I you in buf- brrn im! why worry your In-all 'I mbling I 2 3 4' Band 2' "bo", lf? Choir 3 4' Prom Committee 3' Cl H' f C -tt 4 Football 4' Homecoming At- OSS ls my omml ee ' tendant 4' Announcement Committee 4. THOMAS MATTSON ROGER MATTISON Ona Tom Do not Ialu' li e loo seriously you Hr ll make a mark on tba' world. u"ll np-:rr get ou! o it al' 1-. asketball I' Golf I ' - tramural Basketball 2 3 4' Intramural Football I. I2I CHEST:R MARSH Don Tbunqu l tlonf S11 ninth I :man mon Track 2 3 4 Our years at Senror Hrg ,SSI ROBERTA MAXWELL Bobby Alun: frlrrldlg French Club 3 4 Gul Reserves 3 4 Prom Publncnty Commut tee 3 BERYLE McELWAINE Mac B ng a uomau ll a frrrlblg dl I lnlt lrmlr wmr rl comms frrrmr pully rr dralrng ultb mln nd I 2 Choir 2 3 Tu ng I 2 3 4 Glrl Reserv 3 4 Homecommg Attendant 4 Gurl Sports 4 Class Hastory Commrttee 4 ANDREE MELHUS CHARLES MENCEL Annle All nur ruunl a Jorrmg girls an 41 lrtgblly lnrns Tumbling I 2 French 3 4 Charley Un lb: lmxfzllbull hum Ibis 1 v Al I as a furson IJ rea rain rllou Second Band I Farst Band 2 3 4 Pep Band 3 4 Bas et 3 4 Captann Stump 2 3 4 Presudent 4 Prom Musnc Commuttee 3 Otball I 2 Program Charrman 4 Class Wnll Committee 4 Ullf mttee Cbolrman 4 Transfered from Maduson West mnddle of Jumor year 122 WM J McGlNNlS Hs all n a ll f' I Basketball I 2 3 4 Football I 2 Footlughters I 2 Stump 4 Secretary 4 Hu Y 3 Presudent 4 Class Motto Com mittee 4 RUSSEL McROBERTS Russ An lmn rl fry rt good rnougb llll' Movle Operator 3 4 lntra mural Basketball 2 3 4 Kit lenball 2 3 RICHARD MERCER DONNA MEYER l 11 I n rr la uulfj los UI .lake Hupju go lm ky aown Comm ttee4 Football 3 H51 2 3 4 C Flower 4 Homecomlng Attendant 4 Om,-n,ffee4 JOHN R MEYER JACK MEYERS Jack Jocko Hr Bruin u burr a probl Ou! or arm am! urlum' Stump 4 Muke 8- Platter 4 Footballl 2 3 Trock2 3 Basketball 4 Class Motto Com Intramural Basketball 3 O I h ,I ,, ,, "Bill" Q ,A ' .. ' i f fmc. I ' lr r 1 C 4 3, A: 2 - . 4, . , 5 - 3 ll ll II ll f lu' '. ' ' . ln Y' . ' for . f I ' . r . 4 . ' ' ' r r 4 ' - Bo , : , 1 m- , , J - 5, Y bln , , , 5 ' es , . x , 1 V , I ' Q I I 5 , . . ,, . ,, rr rr I I ' 'I -I -, vu, "mg ' 4' 'llj I I , z , 5 . k - ball I, 2, , 5 45 , ., 1 H 1 2 I s. Fo , , 3g Hi-Y 3, 45 ' 5 y g fila- .L Kg lu 1' l'1'1 f 1' fl l 'I H fun? Y Q . ,l F n . . I - Q I 1 Ush , , , g lass f - C ' . 33 ll ll ll II ' r- . " I' rm. f f ' f . Q ' 1 . , 2 , ,4: , f ' ' 5 . ALAN MILAND Lne learns ami likes st A 2 3 4 lntramu Basketball I 2 3 4 DONALD H MOEN Don I made ll al lax! Banquet Commsttee 4 ARLEN ROY NELSON Arlle One nmnot aluagx be a hero lm one ran alu1a3s be a man A JOAN M NELSON Joanne Here I5 a mm wbose complexion rare makes ber our :home 0 We re not wsthout a ssgh LUANNE MILWARD Lucy Shell replssn Eselys on Ibe Hour of Charm Junsor Chosr I Sensor Chosr 2 3 4 Sensor Orchestra I 2 3 4 Prom Mussc Commsttee 3 Class Song Commsttee C Chasrmon 4 COLLEEN AUDREY MUELLER Red Mule Ilagbe she uni loo fall bu! she nezer runs xbort 0 uleas Bussness Manager 3 Student Councsl 4 Tumblsng I 2 3 4 Junsor Chosr I Sensor Chosr 2 3 4 Gown Chairman 4 Cheerleader I 2 Gsrl Sports 2 3 4 Mike 8- Platter 4 Footlsghters 4 Homecomsng Commsttee 4 Gsrl Reserves 3 4 Class Hsstory Commsttee Chasrman 4 ARNOLD E NELSON Can I gel enough muslr Sensor Chosr 2 3 4 JOHN F NELSON Jack H ell mio ber eyes up I0 bu bear! Lfdy FIU' Lsbrary Councsl 3 4 Tumblsng I Cheerleoderl 2 Junsor Chosr 3 Commencement Commsttee 4 I23 LAVONE L MU ELLER Vonnse A suse! Jnpoxllwn gon A long uay Commencement Commsttee 4 MAXINE PAULINE NEHRING Max WI11 sl :mms In zbeerleaslnsg 4 I Manager 4 Gsrl Sport I b Q G rl Re erves 3 4 Socsal Chasr man 4 Prom Cammsttee 3 I-'om omsng Ccmmsttee 4 I-iomecomsng Attendant Arcloery 3 4 Class Song Corn r-fs t ee 4 I O D 11AI11 11 11 V I r 1 U 4- l ' I I F.F. . I, , , 5 ral ' 1 1 1 1 1 , I I o- . I ll ll 11 11 s ' ' - . A Y I 1 1 1 , , I I 1 1 I I 1 1 , I1 1 1 1 31 I I I 1 1 'iff . 1 ' .-Z4 vs. In I ' ss . . 11 H H . Y, , ,, V I V V ':. ' ' '. t ' , ' . ' ' ' She'x go! wbul if Iukes. - Cneereader I, 2, 3, 5 Bus'- ness 1 ' s , 2, 3, 4, Tum Isn I, 2, 3, 4, V s 5 , 5 - 1 1 , -sf ' ' - --. , ' ' J . 1 I 4' . , r I . 11 .11 1 - ' ' , I ' ' , , . i F.F. . I, 2, 3, 4. 11 . 11 11 11 . . . F f . , . 1 I f - 6' 11 - 1, . . , 4 . ' 1 - ,J Y I 1 1 : . . 1 ' 11, ', 1 1 I GERALD OLSON JAMES OLIVER I I I :xl dll Ian IIJ1 r!'S II IIU III! Il YIITIIW And teachers weren t so sweet RICHARD C NELSON Nes lpl I azorms I lun lnm J a etball I 2 3 Pr m Dec oratron Commrttee 3 Golf I GEORGE NICHOL Nrcky lf ln run 1 rmllronulrr' brlf romrr lln ruurklf on rlnjr Prom Committee Cholrmon 3 RICHARD OLIVER In gnlx qlllf I.nIdnr,g nt ennrs I 3 4 Stu en 2 Class President 3 Spanrsh I 2 Class Rrng Commuttee 3 ok 3 4 Edrtor 4 Cass Wrll Commrttee Co Chasrmon DOROIHY CLARE OLSON Dort 5 u ro 3 an rl mn S1718 if Tumglnng I Cheerleaderl 2 Junaor Chorr I Sensor Chorr 2 3 4 Grrl Reserves 3 4 Home coming Commrttee 4 Class ong Comm tree 4 MARLYS JEAN OLSON 1 und llrumlh bus IJ r Jlarl uf lmumm u num Latan 3 4 Gnrl Reserves 3 4 Archery 4 I24 ANN ROSELIND NESTER Rosle Ijlllf I I1 sb ul If lmsuf dj Cheerleaderl 2 3 4 French Clu I 2 Gurl Reserves 3 4 Homecommg Commvttee 4 Prom Commlttee 3 Tumblung 2 News 4 Latm 3 Archery 4 Class Song Commrttee 4 JOANNE M OIEN x I uluuxv rn 5 9 Whats all ilu busflc' bash and uorr5 br like ma I urn-r uorn Band I Football I Hr Y Lyceum 3 4 Baseball I 2 3 asketball I 2 MARY K OLSON e an Jus ru ami lu s Jr rlnlr rrlmg turx u ar I I .lr ' 1 ' ' r r In I' f IL, ' I r ' rr a. f -' r ' ' B sk I I I 0 - I I I I ' ' 5 , b , 2 ' , : 2, 3, 4. ' 4 ' I S . H . rr ,,Jo,, . - ' " ' 4 Q A I I , A Imrnrirrg .mil' ix ' ' lylr. ll' Ir. rl 4' ' ' fi A, . -...V ' ,' f , ,xy 5 flr'u"x A ' g. U I T , 2, , 5 d f V Council Ig Class Vice President , - 1 Klodl , g ' 5 I I , A 4. - Ki ll ll IIOI ll Lift' i 5 n ' J .Jn ' Q I '. " ' ' , ', I- ' 'I 5 ' " J 5 '- 3, 4: "2 4:5 ',,3,4." C . , Tn. I It 1 - rl I- "ol 'f 6 'VI' ' ' X " .Il H I a 'r, kr lr I , 1 ' . : f ll. 4 . fb Q . TRAVIS N T OLSON Trav Br rlgbl m Sargr' mor Band l 2 3 4 Band 2 3 4 Class Hist ry Committee 4 GLENN OSTBERG Glenn Nrirr a Jul! nmmcnl Transferred from St Cloud Minnesota beginning of Sen nor year LEOL W. PARTLOW Curly 1l4"ll mnlu' himsrl rlfccssary xomvom-. Sump234'Bandl23 ' Basketball l 2. AUDREY CHARLENE PEDERSON Aud A good laugh is alwajs wvlmnml. Second Band l5 First Band 2, , 5 umbling l, , , 5 Cheerleader l, 25 Girl Reserves 3, 45 Prom Decoration Commit- te 35 Homecoming Commit- tee 45 Class Song Committee 4. JEAN ANN OMARA Jeanie H11 ululrly IJ not as Img as lnrsilf Homecoming Attendant Commencement Committee Co Chairman 4 PETER A OTTUM Pete un lnunl bn lalinl m Thi Nlgbl Bc' on' Christmas Choir 2 3 4 Prom Commit tee 3 MARY PAYNE A bappy fan' and a mz'rr5 bcarl. Student Council l 2' Foot- lighters l 2 3 4' French Club l 2' Secretary 2' Girl Reserves 3 4' Secretary 4' Prom Com- mittee Chairman 3' Cheerlead- er l 2' Homecoming Commit- tee 4' Class Play Committee 4. VIOLA L. PEDERSON In brr uork xbcs inlvnl. Library Council 3 4' Booster Club 4. Transferred from Elk Mound beginning of Sophomore year. 125 GEORGIA J PACHIO PUDY PAHL George Curly Hin IS a qlrl lbal can nallg Jruu frulr 1 Ushers 2 Girl Reserves 3 4 Basketball l 2 Football 2 'rom Decoration Committee 3 X2-T?" - ,fs Q I 4. 43.3 , A I'?'lli When bored with scuffing feet Se ' , i, , I 5 Pep t 4' X t , ' ' I v O . I F K D I I ' ." 1 . I . - 4 ? Y I 1' ' ' '. IINH 'I fur Il ' M , f lo 5 ,I N f , , , , , ,4, I I I I 'G 1 ' ' ', ' a Q7 I I nt Q ' Q , 4 Af' 4 1 I Q5 3 4 T 2 3 4 "' Y' Yi e K X? 1 t perhaps 1n years to come JACQUELINE J PHILLIPS Jackae S1 Ibnfs Ir1r1 11111111 x111f1 1411171111 un Aldlllflfillli Tumbllngl 2 3 4 Footlnght I 2 3 4 Cheerleader Grl ports 2 3 N 3 4 Prom Decoratuon Commut tee 3 Girl Reserves 3 4 Class Play Commuttee Chanrman 4 L FRANK PIERCE UQ III I ill U! FFA I 2 3 4 Commene ment Commlttee 4 DOROTHY MAE PETERSON Pete 11 1 nlw I Ik gr a surf' vlrmr econd Band I L nn I French 3 4 SHIRLEY M PETERSON Blmll u1Il1 1111111111111 umr Transferred from Colfax begun nnng of Junior year JEAN PLACEK Jean lllflr uork l1I 1 la own Commlttee 4 JACK D PROCTOR Prock 11 s uns mul llflf ack 2 3 4 Rafle Clu Stump 4 I26 N PETERSON Pete S ran frail, hrkle Ihr 1107105 Se and Band 3 Fnrst Band 4 Spannsh 3 4 Transferred from Altoona beglnnsng of Junnor year JIM E A PEUSE Bubba I ork 1 I ll Iran uaIa1 1! In Ihr hour Prom Commuttee 3 Intramural as etball I 2 4 C ommuttee 4 ROBERT T PORTER Pucka I l llkr Ir1 we Ihr pfrvon uho zould uorry ml' Stump 3 4 Hu Y 4 Baseball 4 Transferred from S Pats begmnung of Junuor year JEANNE QU ELLO Jeanne Sbl flokr nolbmg buf jus! Ibm' uonls sbr Ibougbi Student Councul 3 4 Foot 1 tersl 2 3 4 Pres: n NFL234 StageCr Mske 8- Platter 3 4 retary 4 Raduo Speech 2 3 4 Latun Club I 2 Gurl Reserves 3 4 Class Prophecy Commut tee Co Chanrman 4 Bu I I s 1 1 5 11 11 11 11 A I N I 111 , a -a r I, ' I ' ' ' ' . I ' '- I l 1 ' 1 . S 5 a , 25 , . , . 1 . ' A , r.'rA ' in I ll. . ll 3 I U I ' Y' f1m'.'1u rx fl ', - 'I ' , 1 I B k , , 3, 5 lass 'W - , .1 . ll --II IIP If 3' R -I V ' 5 f ' ' O ' 111'11" klllllfi, JV. 10? I I V I - I l '-' V ers , , , 5 I, y . 2g i S , , 4g .F.L. ' . I I .1 I 41 f ' If 11 11 I' . 'I .' , 11 f 'f I' J- 'I ' - + ' A G I . I 5 - 1 I ' I . I. I , lf . 11 ll ll - . lIlA'l1 bun- ln' gm' ln' mu A Al f ' A ' x I I . ' . 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'- .-I A - I 1 1 Q I JOYCE RANDALL F lrt U3 frm' lou' has mg brarl an I bazr lm GLENN RASMUSSEN Hr :loops fo nofbmg bn! a flour nd I 2 Basketball I 2 Golf I 2 3 4 Class Banquet Cammnttee 4 ELLEN RILEY Ruley lik! 1: mugnrl Im uluujr nuJ5 on Ibn pzrk up Cheerleader I 2 Second Band I FlrstBar1d 2 3 4 Orchestra 3 4 Gurl Reserves3 4 Tumb Img I Class Song Commuttee CONSTANCE ROBOLE Connie All plug ann' no uorlz makrs Con me ar rom dull lransferred from Menomome begnnnmg of Junuor year They ll fmd the total sum RONALD RASMUS Ron Wim uoulllnl smllr 1 lhq ball bu Jzmplm Football I Basketball I 2 3 Golfl 2 3 4 Class Banquet Commnttee 4 SHIRLEY DIANE REETI Shnrl Shi ba: grand tba siagr m many play Footlnghters I 2 3 4 Secre ar 3 Girl Reserves 3 Cheerleader I 2 Prom Com muttee Chanrman 3 Class Ban quet Commnttee Chalrrnan 4 BETTY LOU ROBINSON Tln frr ni Iallj u ptr cal bllllil uf v Gurl Reserves 3 JANET BARBARA ROE Rolo A romprfrnl gal Sportsl 2 3 4 Gur serves 3 4 Spamsh 3 Homecomung Decoratlon Com mnttee 4 Class Announcement Commnttee 4 I27 .X DALE REMINGTON Dale I .mls on gour nnml wu orglzc Iba owrslulurzenl JAMES RICHARDSON um Class Vlce Presndent I Lyceum 4 Tenmsl Track 2 3 Prom Commuttee 3 Football I 2 3 HIY 4 Second Band I German I 2 Class Prophecy Commnttee 4 5 Q 1 1 ' 11 I. 11 11 11 A . xl ' ' ' 'f ' 1 I 1 1 I ' 1 1 1 I - ll - ll I B0 1 1 1 1 3: S - . -- ' ' 1 I 1 1 1 J A- A 1 1 1 I ' 1 ,N I f Y 1 1 4: It I g 4 1 I ' Hz' Z J! I , , me ,I If Q , 1 , A V I ll Il IIJ' ll - ' IV! ' ' ' -if V 'II A male-first flats. f ' 1 I I - - , , I ' 115- . - . . "' L 31 1 ' 1 1 141 A , 1 1 - 1 J ' ' 1 I 43 ' 11 . 11 - f - 1- f 1 .. 1 I 1 A 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 A - 2 4. " ' U 11 - 11 f f - sm , , , , 'I Re- -T A . ' . h n H 1 1 1 41 . ' ' - l I ' I EUGENE H RYDER Gene llbll flllllllllllqi, tlunlx f fun r orm' Tumbling l 2 3 4 Footb ll 4 Commencement Commrttee Will be more than they thmk WZ?-V' AUDREY E Aud 1 lx fllllll r laprr Library Councnl 4 mlttee 4 'Far SABIN am had a rr Gurl Reserves Socnal Com HAROLD ROSENTRATER Hudda Salan x Ill lamb BEATRICE M ROSSETER ea To Bra or :ml to Bra Ushers 2 3 4 Vuce Presndent 4 Llbrory Council 4 Trans ferred from Elk Mound begun mn of So homoredfefas-I 64441-0- IRVING RUFF PHYLLIS M RUTHVEN YV I ll ll lf: lllllc urlz 1 D All Hn Wlllll' rnakrs bm' a rrrml I0 all fb' """"" Ushers I 2 Gurl Sports 4 So FFA I 2 3 4 Treasurer 4 csol Commlttee 4 Commencement Commuttee 4 SUZANN E M SALTN ESS Suzae I low llmumg bu! Ihr rlraumg I Io c rs nrt Gnrl Reserves 3 4 Prom Dec oratuon Commrttee 3 Class Flower Commnttee 4 DOROTHY V SANDERS ot l XIII 128 GAYLE M SASS Gay Sh: puff all hrr lroublrs m tbl' loflom o bn bear! nfs on lbs' lid and smrlrs Homecomnng Commlttee Chanr man 4 Glrl Reserves 4 Class Flay Commuttee 4 Transferred from Grafton Hugh begrnnlng of Senror year GERALD SATHER Jerry ll ba! a ll r" Intramural Sports I 2 3 4 Class Banquet Commrttee 4 Q I 3 . A v ,, ,, ,,B ,, . 'mfg A ' ' A . x - , 5 ' ' . - ' Q I ,., ,, ,,P,5.,., 4" 1 u ' u f' "S ' . ' . . ' ' U , U: ' Q - ll 'll ll .Il fn ' -. .4 .,.- 4 pf-e slr. .., t ,illy I f , .. 4 , I f I 0 I l I n 3, 4g Basketball l, 2g Track 3, 35 Girl Sports 4g ' - 4. l , -. X rw ,, f ,, ,, 1, " 1' ' . P f , ' 4 k I ' UD 'ra " " ' A Slt' 11 fluid-m 'lit ll. V H When they wrrte our deeds rn mk LORAS M SAXE axey Il bm rm! Irjr IS mmfc' I b en yojrrf our 2 3 4 H Y 3 4 gram Charrman 4 Lyceum 4 Football I 2 3 Basketball 3 Cla Motto Commlttee 4 DENNIS L SCHILLING Denny In Jn mg run and I 2 Hall Monltor German 3 Student Council Class rrophecy Commnttee 4 HARRY E SCHENDEL Schen Rules an madt lo brvak aseball I 2 Football I Intramural Sports Commence ment Committee 4 MARILYN T SCHRADER Babe Dtxllnullon mnrnagz' Class Prophecy Commnttee JOAN D SEIPEL We sm bvr mfg 0 Iwi buf ur ILISII u rnuld bcar rom ber more anrl Reserves 3 4 Table Ten ms 3 Archery 2 3 4 Band I 2 Spanlsh 3 I-lomecommg Decoration Commlttee 4 Social Commuttee 4 JAMES J SESSIONS nm Getting up II Ibr hanlrsl par! o tba' 11113 Publlclty Committee 4 MERRILL SEMINGSON Sem: Tak lock quwl Fotball l 3 4 Baseball 4 Basketball I Intramural Sports 4 Stump 4 Prom Commnttee 3 Hall Momtor 4 JAMES H SEVERSON Cueball Hz: tum IJ blgb-uufrlJ him bl! II Intramural Sports I 2 3 4 Prom Commattee 3 Football 2 3 Lyceum 4 HIY 4 Hom commg Commrttee 4 Mlke 81 Platter 4 Class Prophecy Com mnttee 4 l29 ROBERT SCHUMACHER HELEN SEGERSTROM O I Inryzm tan! be a qurrl modrl A ring on her mgrr rs uorlb Iwo stud: nl on Ihr pbom Stump 4 HIY 3 4 Football Class Hrstory Committee 4 I 2 3 4 Intramural Basket Transferred from Eleva begun I rung of Sophomore year akrm I I O "' I . I " I 9 ' 0 It . ' 1 . I I - B , 1 , 2: I Ch , , z I- , :Pr0- I 2 - 1 . : 1 . I I I ' ' I I I I 1- . , ll Il ll ll lv o 1 ' IJ '. ' ' ' - ' . I I H B , 1 4: ' 4. 1 4: I IIB bil IIS'gIl I, I U V , , , I. . y I J '- , : ' ' , , , 1 - ball , 2, 3, 4. . ll -ll ' ,A ,,Jo,, . 2' 1' ' f '- 0 , , 2 J :fl F' . - I Y r 1 ' 1 ' I 1 A , , 1 4 , J :A 2,4 I I I I ' I ' f f, IIJ- II II ll H of I " . , , , 1 1 I - t : , 5 I 5 - 1 e- . I I I ' 'fr-Z' . As hlglwdschool days now end CEYLON R SIMMONS IITI To lg a fvlaru' is bu onlj ann Transferred from Fall Creek Junuor year SHIRLEY ANN SEVERSON Shnrl Sbrll In a good of nr uorktr rc estra l 2 Home co mncs l 2 3 4 Class quet Commnttee 4 SUZANNE SHERMAN Susan Agetha 1 lflllllllfffldl ll17!'l'f ll INV Ullll .1oclal Commxttee 4 RONALD L SIMONTON Ronnie Dmun In Sll!I0l1f071 11164115 blur' rlzbou quallfg Movne Operator 2 3 A nouncement Commrttee C Chairman 4 Transferred from Mnnneapolrs beglnnmg Sophomore year """17 'Wif- thi .-0? 52' HENRY SLETNER JR I'Hl0flfl problrm III lou' llc' ceum l 2 3 4 H Y Second Band l 2 Prom Com mnttee 3 Football l 2 Tenms tball Class Banquet Comrnuttee 4 Class Vnce Presndent 4 CEDRIC SMITH Cecul ll bat ll Inlhr lhun bring III lon' Football 2 3 4 Track 4 Intramural Basketball l 2 130 I C l lf! ly ' , , SANDRA SUE SHER Sandy Tltr If 11 uxrkrd lllflr fllrk 1 n r 1' Ushers l Mnke 8- Platter 2 Gnrl Reserves 3 4 Booster Of fuce 4 Hall Monltor 2 GERALD SILVERNAIL Sknp TI111 I r tlmlymg b v l In Ihr' momcnl Tennas 2 3 4 Basketball 2 Intramural Basketball 3 K dak 3 4 lntram.:ral Football l Publlclty Committee 4 AVERY J SMITH Ave Wbaf dm' I do noul nd l 2 3 4 lntramu setball l 2 3 IAN SMITH Oman 5 ilu- rrporlrr In me Publncaty Commnttee 4 Trans ferred from Halufax Nova Scotna mnddle of Jumor year U 11 . ,, 11 11 . ' t jf- -, 111- 1 -' ' ' .V 1 O , I E . 43'- f10 1 1 1 I Ban- J I 1 1 I ' I . II ll Il V Il A, . f . - -, - J' 1' 1f. a. vf If fur C . . . 1 1 I I I 0' I I ' I . in 'C I " , ' . 1. 1 rv- 0' 1' . , A ' ' ' Of ' 1, S 5- ' ' A 1. 11H0nk11 11 11 , 1 Q Lv 1 1 1 1 i- 3141 Bo 1 1 1 1 rol V 51 F W I , 1 - Bak , , , 4. 'U' 1 1 1 2, 31 Baske l, 2, 3, 45 ' ,,,f 4 - . ' Af' 1 - . . ' - or 3' . X , , I ...fly ,J RHI' Q K 1' 11 . 11 11 .11 U 11 , , - - 2 lr , ' . , , 5 l, 2, , ' ' I-1 , 1 1 1 1 . f ' 3, 4. ' x A' -H450 ell try not to offend JOAN D SMITH RUTH M SMITH Smitty Smitty Lurk xmxlex so do I Don t uorrx French Club l 2 Footlnghters 2 3 4 Vlce Presnden .Jurl Reserves 3 4 Cheerleaders l 2 Class Play Commlttee 4 DONNA J SNEEN ROBERT C SNEEN Ceeda o is ma 1 In be 411104 Tim: lells on a man-cspvrlallg a good lime lntramural Basketball l 2 3 Chalrman 4 LESTER A SORENSON NANCY SORENSON es Nan Tuo nm lne as :bw ar om Lnrylbmq forms I0 bn ubo uazls Football 2 3 Baseball 3 RUTH H SORENSON BEN I SOWASKE Tootle Buster Id Ivan' for un arg hme rchestra l 2 3 4 Se r tary Treasurer 3 German 3 4 Gnrl Reserves 3 4 Musncnan 4 Senior Cholr 3 4 Llbrarlan 3 Secretary Treasurer 3 Prom Decoratnon Committee 3 Class Song Commattee Co Chanrrnan Whos going mg ua Junuor Chour l Sensor Choar 2 3 4 Booster Offnce 4 Home commg Decoratnon Commlttee 4 Intramural Basketball 3 4 Announcement Commlttee 4 l3l LEO SOMMER MARVIN L SOMMERFELDT Parky Wlttne A bog 0 cbvcr ul yesterday: aml Exntcmenl keeps lnm alwe ffl" 'dm' lvvwffvlw Junlor Chonr l Sensor Cholr 2 Class Banquet Commnttee Co W ' 'H , ll ' Il ll -' ll ,U : y ' l, , , 1 f4: L ,. - ,, ll . ll IIB bil , v 1.,f.- ' J' E ',H.1. ' f ' 1 ti 4. ' f I ' , F Q , f - ' A 1 X , A ' - 3, 4. . . , , Q . ,P K vi .v,-, 1 , , . . , 1 . ' ll I ' ll ll. ll ' ' . I ' ' . ' ' ' 'y- O , . , 1 Ce- ' ' : I ' ' , -n 1 I V , , : n 1 y - ' I . . I : . Y 1 , 1 1 I , : A 1 V - 1 - 1 4. r W ,Xa SALLY STOKES RICHARD STORLIE a Dick 111114 girl nba rrou 3fj fl7Ullgl17fS arc my our: .Jrchestra l 2 3 4 Librarian Movie Operator 4 l Vice President 2 Prom Pub licity Committee 3 G rl Re erves 3 Well study hard for once JOYCE ELAINE STARK Boots Can sbt- Nag ibal .tquer r' box' Ushers 3 4 Bandl 2 oot lighters3 4 H S Office 3 4 ELLEN YVONNE STEINBERG Yvonne Dark yrs and a tpark in rm 100 ndl 2 3 4 Tumbling 2 3 Latin l 2 Girl Reserves 3 4 Prom Music Committee 3 Class Prophecy 4 HELEN AUDREY STEINBERG Steinie Hrr bvarl is all urapprd up n mug blue Class History Committee 4 Transferred from Alma mid dle Of Junior year ALICE M STEINKE lou' lv a brauhful mlnam Bandl 2 Tumblingl 2 JANNA STRAND Sb: uorlex at Kresgcs in brr span limi iarnmg or lnrxil an rxlrn Jimi Photography 2 Girl Reserves 3 blingl 2 3 Spanish l JDANNE SWANSON Swanie l r'ii'1y ' fbi' li 1" 0 I lr-3 om' try tbcm all. umbling l' At l 4' C Will Committee 4. l32 CLYDE SUNDBY Tiger Id us P71105 plzasurc uhllc uc' mn Prom Committee 3 Football 3 Class Committee 4 NONA M. SWIGGUM Nonie Sbrs a lrftrr uviling fan billing bn firm' or brr Army man. Spanish 3' Girl Reserves ' Booster Office 4' Class Color Committee 4. BEVERLY SWITZER ev This II the lax! of school Im ron frnl Gown Committee 4 VERNON R THALACKER Re Izzrrgonz' ran! grou rril hair econd Band I 2 3 urs Band 4 Booster Office 4 Pep Band 4 Intramural Sports I 2 3 4 Class Prophecy Com mittee 4 PATRICIA TAVES at Smiling egex help rhasz' auay cloudy skies Homecoming Committee Homecoming A t t e n d a n t 4 Tumbling I Girl Reserves 3 4 Class Prophecy Commit tee 4 JAMES THOERMER ex A light hrarl lun long Football I 2 Basketball I mittee Chairman 3 Tennis I Hi Y 3 4 Vice President 4 Class Banquet Committee 4 VERNON L. THOMPSON Junior lunior isnl a sailor but he wanlx to xee the world. Ushers 4' Class Committee 4. MARY ANN TIETZ Ree Enjoy li e be ore its led' or when you Jie, you re a long time dead. Junior Choir I5 Senior Choir 2, , 45 Girls' Gee Club l, , , 45 Latin I5 Girl Reserves 3, 45 Spanish. RITA THORSON Sindy damn! inlvr rn' wilh hrr ay. Bond I' Photography 2' Cheer- leader I' Girl Reserves 3 4' Prom Committee 3' Class Flow- er Committee 4. OREEN SYLVIA TORGERSON Torg Come on over Im giving a parly. Senior Band I, 2, 3, 45 Libra- r' n 3, 45 Orchestra I, 2, 3, 45 Pep Band I, 2, 3, 45 Cheer- leader I, 2, 3, 45 Girl Reserves 3, 45 Publicity Chairman 45 Tumbling 2, 3, 45 Prom Com- mittee 35 Class Prophecy Com- mittee Co-Chairmon 4, I33 LARRY THOMPSON LILLIAN P THOMPSON I m'u'r say anything I just sl! balk 'md Iuffn A :mfr ,girl ybll II mzrr :ml I'iome Economics I 2 3 4 And not be thought a dunce HB H up H 4 . D . t 4: I H. dn . HR H. A S I I , I, 5 Fit A f 5 f 2' I : - I a,'45 Lyceurn 3, 45,Prom Com: V, MQ Y f ' , ' ' "Lili" H H ' f I pl f ' f -f , ' ia 3 I 2 3 FW' The halls immo- Wi fs BETTY MARIE WAHL D males Sn unl glnuu ur nn nlalfm Tumblrng l 2 we knew so well ORVILLE E TORGERSON Torgle nu! lu lodug uhal you nm Jo lomorrou ceum I 2 H Bas etball l 2 3 4 Football rom Commlttee 3 Tenms I Class Color Commnftee 4 FRED WAGNER Tlre ll It ur 1 lmy m uurlzl-Ob Ilffifbffl ' ' Cecond Band l 2 3 Furst Band ump 3 l-lomecomrng Commuttee 4 casketball Manager 2 3 4 lass Banquet Commnttee 4 DONALD H WALCH Don g s IH nr a lug, uay lntramural Basketball 3 4 Homecomung Decoratron Com rmttee 4 Soclal Commlttee 4 Transferred from Dover Mm nesota end of Sophomore year JAMES A WALKER Hlerme l l lf 1 or nn rmyll 1 Qecond Band l Frrst Band 2 3 4 Pep Band 3 4 Orchestra 2 4 Stump 2 3 4 lntr ural Sports 2 3 4 Homecom mg Commattee 4 Class Wrll Commrttee 4 BEVERLY GENE WARD ev xl pal In ul '. Horn- Economicsl 2 3 4. 134 JANET VIVIAN TYLER Toby ug on IJ r mgrr rx u0r1lJ luo on lbl phom Tumbllng l 2 DAVID C WAGNER Meat Ball AllIlIlfl0l1 1VlJals thai? Lyceum 3 4 Football 3 4 LOIS WALKER Caulrn and guy lbuls mg un Ushers l 2 Class Banquet Commnttee4 GERALDI NE L. WARD Gerry sl -c u ,gzu miwr In Ib' ll rn. Home Economics I 2 3 4. MARVIN WASHBURN Yardbnrd Words fall us MARGARET J WATERHOUSE 99 Iurgubzrr sbt gon sbt' lansft a small noi Gnrl Reserves 3 4 Footlughters 3 4 Treasurer 4 Homecom Ing Decoratlon Commnttee 4 Homecommg Attendant 4 Class Play Commnttee 4 Trans ferred from Grand Forks N Dak beglnnmg of Junior year JOYCE AUDREY WELKE oy Nolbmg than IS tba! bolbrrs me c-url Reserves 3 Library Coun I 4 Class Commencement Commnttee 4 RICHARD J WICKLAND Duck Hrrrx a guy who newr Ialks c I bex called upon nrlvr balk! Track l Stage Crew 2 Intramural Basketball 3 4 So cnal Commnttee 4 Ill soon their silence tell KENNETH M WATHKE Keg kclwol IS u bon' lbongb nn! rl MARLENE WEAR us! bid ng hrr lnm' for Drrl' Tumblmg 2 First Band 3 4 Prom Comm ttee 3 Class Com mencement Committee 4 1 J ,f AL YAVEBERP' lf RALPH wslcnsl. e I1 b H, H, wlulr Hz' xzwns qmrl I f don! rcally J kno IJ 3 1 onbyf j Ushe it l 2 t lnghtersuB 4 Lmbrlflry Councul 3 4,-Gurl eserves 3 French 'lu I 3 4 Go n m mlttee 4 MARGARUITE ADELE WILKIE Peggy Smiling fiery flag and nigh! BETTY JEAN WIKAN A smzlr fo Sharm' lbc sun Cheerleaderl 2 3 4 School Store 3 Gurl Reserves 3 4 Homecommg Decoratlon Com mnttee 4 Prom Decoratnon Committee 4 Glrl Sports 3 4 l35 ' WD O O X ' 1 up ,, I J ' ' ' - ' 5' ,J A . I - ,J ' - u, 1 1 ' 1 1 , . . I ,XM 'YJ ff! 1 f-' , ,4 Qllwgw " A ,, 1 , ! . v',25. d , fFoo.- . I If f' 5 fx vb 7 , , J C0- ' I . I fu 'u . . . , - Cl j ' ' ' :yr Q, , .1 'f ' , - . 2' U , J 1 ,3,4: . - .' ' - I But we know we are among the best ELAINE WOODFORD Pee Wee Qlllrougb Im noi in rrrg fall IJ ralbrr br sborl Ibm: noi af nfl urrl Reserves 3 4 Tumblmg l 2 3 Gurl Sports 3 Class Wull Commnttee 4 ROBERT D WILLIAMS Wrllne Im a no ganna sax' Rifle Club 3 Sensor Choir 4 JOHN R WITTWER Jock Immun lu ull lrlz I In al FFA 2 Football 2 Tumbling 4 Tr ck 2 3 4 Pr Commnttee 3 Intramural Bos ketball 2 3 4 Gown Commlt tee 4 ROBERT D WINRICH o Hr is Ihr prrsulrnl 0 our flax: a guy ubo :mmol In surpassed' Second Band l Fnrst Band 2 3 4 Vlce President 4 p Bond 3 4 Orchestra 4 Mnke Platter 2 3 4 Stump News 3 4 Kodak 3 Prom Re ceptnon Commuttee 3 Closs President 4 JANET WOLD on Slr lr :milf Hal I lur an 1 h arr I tl za Gurl Reserves 3 4 News 4 Archery 4 Publlcuty Commnt tee 4 JAMES WOODFORD Woody Tb. thorlrvf rlrrlanrr lnlurrn uo dalu rv n long limi' seball l 2 3 5.1 5321. LAURA BERNICE WOODLEY Nuecne Kan s ls lxglvtlj on brr sboulzlrrs Tumblnngl 2 3 Ushers3 CARL O WUESTENECK Wuek I lx ro IU Csblpfuua nnls l 2 3 4 lntromuro Basketball 2 3 4 Prom om muttee 3 Homecoming Dec orotuon Commuttee 4 Closs Banquet Commnttee 4 5 l36 CAROLINE J WOZNIAK Carole To lrazrl rx bfr dexm' Transferred from Cadott begun nlng of Junlor year TED WALLACE WYMAN Tooter ran lm fun urrks on u go tumplzmrnl Stump 4 Mike 81 Platter 3 Footlrghters 4 Second Bond l 2 First Bond 3 4 Pep ond 3 4 Orchestra 3 4 Tumbling l 2 3 4 Homecomung Com mrttee 4 Intramural Basketball 2 3 4 Class Play Commlt tee4 Y I H - - u :IB bn 5 ' -D -r , - - f .5 4 S I . , D u . . , . I f 1 , , : : Pe I I I ' 8- , , 1 4: , 1 A : - I I 4-' " " u 11 ' J 5 f 1 I J I V1 ,' l-- .'J' Ju. u. " J- fix ' f", I ' , , , j I ani' I r' ur , I "ny fy. 6' f' . . . 5 0 1 LI 3, H, CI l, I I I Om , 5 g I 5 If ., N2 ' I ' I ' ,-f 5 ,. ' . , : - . m ' .Ik 4 'iff 1 ff, ' ,,r. I f 1 ,I I, I, II I , ' . ' , I ' . ', 1 ' ' I ' ., P- . - I A , , 4, BO , , , 4. I I I I ,, . . ,, 11 11 V I I I I - n n ' ll ll fl 'I ,I- '. - , ' - . l ' ' ' ' 011 .- ' Te ' , , I 2 l U ' v A , , 5 n C - h I I - 5 - I I .. hu , ' A g Q , J B is ' ' ' . -, J I J 3 5' - , I I I I - . - . I I I 3 , I I - For we graduated from E C H S. .36 567 MARY LOU ZEMPLE DONNA L ZUTTER rf 1 JJ las u .un I st Band l 2 3 4 Pep Ba Girl Reserves 3 A 4 Orchestra 3 4 Gtr! Reserve 4 Homecomnng Committee -1 Commencement Committee CLASS FLOWER CLASS COLORS Shasta Daisy Blue and Yellow CLASS MOTTO T me Doors to Wisdom are Neve IN MEMORY or BEVERLY MILAND Beverly was born un Strum Wisconsin on May 3 l933 Later on she moved to Des Mounes Iowa NVhen he was an the thnrd grade she moved to Eau Cloure County Throughout her three years at ECHS Beverly mauntotnea a hugh scholastuc record and wa well inked by her teacher and the student The news of her ieath brought much arrow to the Q turi nt who had lfn'Jwn and socuatetl wtth her I37 ' 8 I I 113 uma. If I tl u'I tm 'vt'tI, I A Il X H mr' Im g , F f , , , 5 nd ' , , AS 1, , f JV V 4, H l' ' - -1 Shut " . O 1 ll I. Q . , . - I . , . . . S S Q . I 4 I E H, ', C 'Z s K .Qs A . Smrvbe' Q' fo Us Hmm' This as good for a change Bathing Beauties of 46!! ue' . C g , mO'ny0Q oqe bex Wh he -N of 1 TNQ Q fhess!! 138 Hiiffrq ii eww Our Spvnsars 12522394 The 1951 Kodok Stoff would luke to extend to eoch ond everyone o Sponsors the snncere thanks of the whole student body ce gif AANES STUDIO H 81 L MEN S CLOTHING ADAMS DRUG STORE HOWARD L CULVER 81 SONS ANDERSON DRUG STORE HUEBSCH LAUNDRY ATTER PINGEL MUSIC HUGHES BAND BOX HUTCHENS INDUSTRIES INC BARSTOW STREET BAKERY JENSON DRUG STORES BARTINGALE PLUMBING JOHNSON 81 HULEATT CLOTHIERS BENSON OPTICAL JOHNSON S STUDIO BRANSTAD DRUG CO KEEGAN S CARNEY INC S S KRESGE CATLINS SHOE 81 HOSIERY LASKER JEWELERS CLAIRE MONT MEAT PRODUCTS LEATH 81 CO COCA COLA BOTTLING CO T R LITCHFIELD AUTO SALES CONRAD FURS LONG S SPORT SHOP DOLLY MADISON DAIRIES ALDEN LOSBY ATTORNEY AT LAW DR FALSTAD MAE E KELLY MILLINERY D TOGGERY MAC S TYPEWRITER CO EAU CLAIRE BEDDING CO NAN S CHILDREN SHOP EAU CLAIRE BOOK 81 STATIONERY CO NATIONAL PRESSURE COOKER CO EAU CLAIRE LUMBER DEALERS NATIONAL PRODUCTS INC EAU CLAIRE PRESS CO NORGREN STUDIO EAU CLAIRE SEED 81 FEED NORTHERN STATES POWER CO EAU CLAIRE TRANSPORTATION CO J C PENNEY CO EDWIN'S FEMININE APPAREL PROCK 81 SONS FUNERAL HOME ELECTRIC HOME HEADQUARTERS QUALITY RUG CO. 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