Edgerton High School - Crimson Yearbook (Edgerton, WI)

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I HULDA KOHLBECK Fngllsh I i 99 ANN NI REPPEL FRANCES PELIKAN Soun qtllCl1C9 and Enghsh Enghsh 10 CAROLX N L QUIST A1 PAL I L SPFIC HT IO ANN G-LOTFFI TY Muslc Band IUCY J NIADENYVALD f I II I ORD BUINKER Phw Qual Educatlon Cfulcldme 11 QAMUEL SHRINER A3,11cultu1 e OMER BENN Industrlal Arts JO ANN MOEN Home Economlcs 12 IRENE K SILVERWOOD Commercml FLORENCE MINKOFF bpeech C01 rectlon It M ff SCJ 0 4 Elf CLA W En 1 I s k' L 3 HCT 4 W Q R M Qlilflw lfl- s.. . x1 I f ii ji LW ABT ILMAN ANIN A MARIF Annie Get Your Gun Archely 3 4 GAA 1 2 3 FHA1 2 3 ALGRIM KENNETH Auggie For He s a Jolly Good Fellow Photography 3 Bovs CraftS 3 4 Latter Clu Footballl 2 3 4 Audio usual Aides 2 3, 4 ANDERb0N LEONARD M Man Peg O My Heart Cumson Alchery 1 Letter Cub 2 J 4 Football 1 Z ' Bas etball 1 ' Baseball 1 2 3 4' Golf . BA LKE JEAN M. Jeanie Far Away Places A Cappella 3 4' Girls Chor- 1 1 2 3' Girls Crafts 4' Crimson- A chery 1 2 3' Cheerleader 2 3 4' GAA 1 . , . BARRETT JOHN I' lf 1 an Greene Than You Tlunlc Hobby Club 3 1 Football 3 T ack 3 FIA 1 2 3 4 PARRF'1 T RObE MARIE Rosle My Wild lrlslm Rose K Cappella 3 Gills Choiu and 4 rd 1 Z 4 GAA 1 4 FHA 1 2 Hall Monitor 3 4 Class becletaiy 3 BIESSMAN WAYNE H Dimples l m a. Shy Guy Photography 3 Aithely 1 2 3 4 'lrack 3 Football 4 Plom Commlttee Cumson Audio-visual Aides 3 4' Boys Crafts 3 4' Dramatics BJORNSTAD GLORIA W. Fido lf l Had a Dozen Hearts A Cappella 2 3 4' Gi ls Chorus 1 2 3 4- Tatler 1 Archery 2' Cheerleader 3 4' Al 2 3 4' FHA 1 2 4' Hall Monitor 3 4' Class lreasurer 3' Prom Queen' Homecoming Court 4' Crim- son. BOILIN L LRH KRT Cm. Dcwn on the Farm CllYllSOIl Alchelx 1 0 b 111 Z 4 Pl' H Momtol Z 3 4 Class Vue Presldent 2 la Dresldent 4 BRANDT DONALD A Don Three O clock nn the Morning H by Club 1 2 Boys Clafts 1 Class Vlce Plesx dent 4 Tatler 3 Cumson Archery 1 2 Lettel Club 3 4 Footballl 2 3 4 as ketball 1 2 3 Baseball 1 2 3 4 Hall MODICOI 4 BUHROW GERALD A Jerxy Sq Tlrecl Althely 1 Lettel Club 3 4 Football 1 Z Btsketball 1 2 3 4 Baseballl 2 3 Olf 2 4 Class Tleasuler 1 BLRDICK NANCY Tell Me a Story apella 2 3 4 G olus Z 3 4 Sewctet 'latler 3 Crlmson GAA 1 2 3 4 Plom Commlttee BURPLE JOHN C Chap Love Me or Leave Me Alone Porenslcs 2 3 4 DlSLUbSl0l1 2 3 Tatler 1 Cr son Letter Club 4 Football Z 3 4 Baseball 4 Track 3 Student Councxl 4 Hall 'Vlomtol 3 4 Clas Presx dent 1 Class Vlce P1 sldent 3 Plom Commxttee BUSSEY JANE M Oh' Johnny B nd 1 2 3 4 Pep Ba ml 2 3 1 Fox Tlotter 3 For ens1cs 2 3 4 Dlscussxon 3 mson GAA 1 2 3 A 1 3 4 Stu en Counc114 Hall Momtol 3 4 Class Secretaly 2 C l a s s Treasurel 4 Homecommg Queen4 f ARLSON JOANINF oe Desxre Me A Cappella 3 4 Glrls Chor B nd 1 3 4 Bandl 2 3 4 Fox Trotters CAA12 3 4 Sextet4 DOI' RR PAUL I m Gomg to u I t Rowdy Ways Photography 3 Tatlel 1 4 A chely 1 2 Tlack 3 4 IFA 1 2 3 4 Audlo vlsual Aldcs 3 1 Plom Commxttee DUI' RNON WILLIAM A Bunkct l m an Old Cowliand A Cappella 2 4 Bind 1 2 and 1 Iow llotteis 3 Golf 1 2 I I Otball 1 2 3 Alcheiy 5 LGGERT CLARENCF William Tell Overture Band 1 2 3 4 Pep Band 1 2 3 4 I'oxTrotte1s 3 4 Alchemy 1 2 3 4 EKLUND LEANDER E Lee Smoke Smoke Smoke A Cappella 3 4 Boys Cll01 4 Band 1 2 4 B nd 3' FFA 1 2 'I 4- ENGEBRFTSON GFRD Gerdit It S the Little Things That Count firls Chorus 1 2' Phollfg' raph5 3- Forensics 2 3 4' Ta er 1 2 3 4' Dl'2lIll'ltlC,' 1' Crimson' GAA 1 ' Prom Committee. If NGLANDER CAROL California Here l Come CA-X3 4 lII LD DI AN A Duff Man Mountain Dean A Cappellal 2 3 4 Boy Chorus 1 2 3 4 Pho og iaphy 3 Bow Clafts 3 IOISUSILS 2 Alchely 1 2 4 I FA 3 4 Audio v1su.1l Aides PURAN OBERT Dedo School Days Hobby Club 3 Boys Crafts 'S Archery 1 2 3 Football 4 LCttLl Club 4 Crimson C AINES CONNIE Two Loves Have I A Cappella 2 3 4' Triple I'rio 2 3 4' Dramatics Z' Tatler 3' Archery 2' GAA 1 2 3 4' PHA 4' Prom om- mittee. - CI'SIxI' IIONAIIJ lu h Do I Worry tu Club 2 -1 B1-, -I Golf 3 Nlomtm 4 K OIJBFRSONI MARIE Bunnw You Are My Sunshine iuls Cholus l Z Pho og llphv I GAA 4 FOIGIIBILH D 5 Fatlu 1 2 Plom Commlt U. HALL MARIAN L Butteruup Im Called Little Butter cup A Cappnlla 3 4' Girls Chor- .' I -1' GA . II XNSUN CLCLLIA ANN Babe Just Plain Bill Photography 'S' Archery 2 ' - ' IH . 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NI' LbON LOIb Ill Never Be Alone GIIIS Crafts 2 3 Photog iaphy 3 Archely 2 3 GAA 2 3 4 Crimson If NELSON MARJORIE L Mal ge Say It With Muuc A Cappella 2 3 4 ills Cholus 2 4 Triple Trio 2 Tatler 1 GAA 2 3 P10111 Committee NICOLL BRUCF Mike Boots and Saddle Alchery 2 Letter Club 2 3 4 Tlack 3 Football 2 3 IFA 3 4 NICOLL DOROTHY "Darts ' Bubbles in the Wine Girls' Chorus 1, 25 Photog- raphy 3g Crimson- Prom Committee. NIP LSI- X BETTX Itdnut So Well Remembered Photogmphx I C1115 Clatts CIIIHSOTI Arnhem OA-X 0111101 -1 P10111 C Ollllllltlel 'Nllhl Sl' N I' I bE Canadian Capers 11115 Crafts 3 Dldmdtlcm Z QIIHISOII Auhelx Z NORDNILSS PHYLLIE1 'h1 She Sand No A 3 PHA l OAKLEY, LLOYD E. "Samba" Lonesome Cowboy Boys' Chorus lg Hobby Club 4g FFA 1, 2, 3, 43 Dramatics lg Archery 1, 4. IEARQOIN NAUC HN I My Heart ls a Hobo Box Clafls 1 Football 1 Z 5 ' Basketball! POPE JALIx ll Hgnry Lazy Bones Football 2 J 4 Track J 4 1 2 3 Usherl RADKE ELSIIL Tooth Toot Toot Tootsie Guls Cholus 1 2 Photog 1 zphv 3 FHA 1 2 G1 5 Claftb 3 Tatler 1 Z Cum son' b1"11'y ub ' A'chery Z 'S' GAA 1 Z 3 -1' Prom Committee. REILLY, RAYMOND T. "Ray' Caroline Archery 1, 2, 3, -13 FFA 1 2, 3, 4. ROOD I AURENCL Lemon Sentimental Journey Boys Cholus 3 4 Photo laphy 3 Boys Craits 2 Forensics Z 3 Climson Althery 1 2 3 Iootball 1 2 3 4 Basketball 1 Z Golf Plom Committee Lettel Club 4 ROWINSKI CHARLES M Fem Never Trust a Woman Boys Chorus 1 2 3 4 Pho toglaphy 3 Boys Crafts 1 3 Tatlel 1 P Alch y Lette! Club 4 Football ROWINSKI MARIAN E Red There ll Be a Hot Time ln the Old Town Tonight cJlllS Chorus 1 4 Girls Crafts 3 Alchery 3 GAA 2 FHA 1 RUDE EVFLYN J IflHadMyWay F A1 2 o 4 SADOWSKI ANDREW Andx Im from Milwaukee and l Ought to Knov Band 4 Pep Band 3 1 SAUNDLRS RICHARD C Dirk Life Gets Tejus Discussion 1 Football 2 3 4 Baseball 4 Basketball Managei 2 3 FFA 1 2 3 Alchery 1 2 Lettel Club SCHMIDT NANCY L lt s Too Late Now Girls Choius 1 2 Dlamac ICS 2 GAA 1 2 3 4 Tatlei 3 FHA 1 2 3 4 Crimson Archery 2 3 Prom Com mittee SCHOOFF JOANN Just Because A Cappella 2 3 4 G1 ls Chorus 2 3 4 Homecoming Court 4 FOICIISICS 1 2 3 4 Discussion 1 2 3 Dramat 1cs2 3 Tatlei 2 3 4 Cim son Cheerleadei 2 3 4 A 1 2 3 4 Stu e Council 4' Hall Monitor 2 3 4' Prom Committee. SIxAU DAN ID R Sklp I Have an Eye for Beauty Photograuhy 3 Boys Cxafts 3 4 Tatler 1 2 Cllmson A1Cl1Q1y 3 Tlack 3 4 Plom Commlttee S'1 EINDI EDWARD E Eddle This ls the Army Mr Jones Bovs Cholus 3 Boys Clafts 2 3 Alchery 1 2 3 4 GL ter Club 3, 4 Football 2 3 Basketball 1 2 Baseball 2 TEUBERT JEAN E Jeame m ln the Mood for Love Guls Chorus 3 4 Archely 4 GAA I 2 3 4 FH FHOMPSON GLENN Devx ey Dewey or Don t We? Football 2 -J Baseballl 2 l TOWNS RICHARD K Fred Back m the Saddle Again Tatler 3 Cumson Archery 1 1 Prom Kmg Lettel Club 2 3 4 Ifootballl 2 3 s all 1 FFA 1 2 3 Student Councll 3 4 Class Presxdent 3 Hall Momto1 2 3 4 Youth CODIIYIISSIOD Soclal Representatlve Baseball 1 2 TRICK GLORIA D Glol Hair of Gold A Cappella 3 4 Glrls Chor 1 B d 2 3 4 Band 3 4 GAA 3 4 FHA 1 Hall MOHlt0l 3, 4 TWIST DEAN W Goofus D1amatlCS 1 2 Tatler 4 Alchery 1, 2 4 VAN VALIN MARY ANN Wedding Bells GAA 1 2 FHA 4 VI' NSKL ROGER Obbel Georgia on My Mm nl 1 Cumson Lettem C ub 2 4 Basketball 2 Golf 1 2 Cheerleader Hall MOH1t0F 1 2 VOOG GORDON K Klkx The Cry of the Wild Goose Boys Chorus 2 3 Hobby Club 3 FOIGHSICS 2 3 Dra rn ICS 1 2 3 Tatler 1 2 Archery 1 2 3 4 Lette Baseball 1 4 Tenms 3 4 Boys Clafts 3 Cr1mson WEDVICK MARY I I Double Dare You Guls Cho1us 1 2 Band 2 GAA 0 4 FHA 1 WEDVICK S ALLEN Snowb 111 The Big Wheel A Cappellal Z S 4 Boxs C olus 1 2 4 Photog 1aphy 3 Bovs Clafts 0 4 Archery 4 Track 3 4 PFA 3 4 Hall Momtor 3 4 WE SCO'1 I' RUTH ANN Goup Slwrt and Sweet A Cappella 2 3 4 Glrls Chorus 1 2 3 4 GAA 1 2 A 1 3 4 Let 4 WILLIE SIDNEY Wlllle Mule Train Photoglaphy 3 Hobby Club 3 4 Boys Crafts 3 4 For enslcs 4 Crlmson Archery Tlack 3 FFA 1 2 Aldes WOLLINGER AGIN ES F Aggle Someone Like You Culs Chorus 4 FHA 1 2 11 OI LINOER D1 IORES T Delor If l Knew You Were Com :ng A Cappella 3 Glrls Chorus F A 1 1 K U .11 A ' - af 11 . . d Ba 1 , 2g " 3 ' . 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I -XBOREK DONIALD C Patbv I ll Be Seelng You Boxs C1aftQ 2 Archelx 1 .Z 5 Letler Club 2 3 -1 Foot 9 li LABOREK JUNE L Am t Got a Guy m Thus Town Jpvlla 1 3 bl olus 1 2 Guls Clafts 4 GAA 1 2 'S FHA Ufdii A0515 I-RESHMEN SOPHOMORES DRP bIDl INT VICE PRESIDENT SECRETARY IREAbURFR JUNIORS PREQIDENIT VICE PRESIDENT SECRETARY TREASURER Bevulv I unk Dmothv Pumdl hose Olstad Dm lld R.1tz.ldti 'Iom Wilcox Wayne Petel Rodney Johnson JIITI Heuel I RI bIDI' N I' Bon HIPDI X lf I' PRLNIDB IN I Betty Johnbon LFRFFARY Ann Ladd TRI' ASURFR DdVld Nelson SENIORS PRESIDENT belhalt Born VICF PRESIDENVI Donald Bland SEFRETARY Darlene, Myhu, TREASURER Jane Bunny ...Z51 Back now C Anderson M Holllbush D Har1eJ J Fox W Farrington A Henke 4th row J Cox S Greta-beck J Cook J Babcock B Doerr D Cenex 3rd Row J Hess E Gourley M Dorn J Heuer M Buchholz D Glese 2nd row D Berg M Arthur G Goede A Gourley E Heller Mrs Sllverwood lst row G Fox T Doerr R Collins D Dre ser U LLIZLO 'Z 676155 4th row J Ruosch D Wlkum P Jenson J Tclsberg D Millard R 'lrlck 3rd row Schultz N Teubert M Messmer J Meyen D Rose M Wlleman Mrs Sxlverwood 2nd row S Scholl P Welss A Schmidt G Knudsen F Stemdl B Nelson lst row T Nerhaugen J Johnson G Rood T Wllcox R Manthey 'O f- f A ZZ, Back row: W. Murwin, D. Schroeder, W. Pearson, S. Kruckenberg, C. Smith, W. Peters, B. Slagg 2 R- . - . - , . , - Y - ' 1 v ' : . , - A . . ' , . . . ' 1 - Back row R Gulllckson E Godbsrson R D-xllmwn R Hanan N Fr bexg D Hem S Geske S Houfe 4th row JCondon W Harvey R Jenks D Ceske D Donuhe E Frltzk E Henke Mr Becker 3rd row W Hall B Johnson D Christensen R Halverson B Hlppe B Cvlkel D Black 9nd row N Dahlman L Crandall J Hamburg C Edwards S DlCklhb0h H Gessert B Hook lst row R Helmezd R Hartvell J Danielson R Gllbertson R Furan 50 2501470 'ZS 0.15, J Nanthex -it row Mr B clfer A McElwee W Schroeder C Murwlr E Young 'Vl Van Valln C Venskc S Schl 'dt J Schumacker 3rd row P Zleroth M Larson A Onsgarcl E Kcpk I Wedvlck M Sweeney R Sunby B Yeske 2nd row J Marsden N Langrdyk A Lund R Kelly A Ladd J 'Vllller P Saunders B Lletz sl rov Wmgzr D Nelson R Wlessmcr C Showers J Olstaa J Kurt'-A 21 Back rcw: C. Wentler. R. Radke, R. Ticgs, R. Kidder, R. Sadow.-Bki, R. Rucks, R. Teubert, M.. Timm, h 2 . 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' Q, .' ,. 1 B ck row P Hyland J Arthur H Gesk: A Burmaster J Cease, H Dallman H Dallmm 'l' Hanan C Johnson Sth row M Flattem G Johnson D Bartel R Close R Burpee R Haned, H Arthul D Hanson D Chrxstnnson Nlrss Madcnvfald 4th row E Crandall D Grvlohfck A CllllSflBI!50ll P Hwntl-me N lxnudsen B Boss A Colllns S Durgm D Getrhell 3rd row L Bxuww H ll von V Hlppe K Jarlsberg V Davis A Jenkins D Kepp D Cox 2nd row B Albright M Davenport L Bxcssman S Doolxtlte L Donslad B Funk B Frank lst row C Johnson L Buchanan A Hubbell R Gu se C Ancler on M Kubly 755 HZQJZ Clif, L Olson D Larson at row S Pluess D Marsdpn IN lVcL od C Millard L Nelson L Mathxsor J Walker D Mave 4th row D Teubert J Olson R Nelson D Ratzlaff W Stemdl D Rose R Wlllc D Rnmack 3rd row Miss Madenwald D Purnell J Rasmussen R Schmidt S Oakley B Murwxn P Reilly I Lund M Mayer 2nd row J Wllllams L Lelkness H Stavlk M Stavxk C Wlleman R Towns R Olstad S Schulz M Wcerth st row E Nlcohus W Walfefxeld C We-ft J Witt D Spike D Ylvlsuker 18 Back row: S. Shook, J. Nielsen, J. Steindl, J. Radloff, E. Rabidcaux, S. Townsend, J. Tofsland, S. Learn, 'h ': ., .",.. .7. A 1- , . ' . . , . ' ..-,.' , . 5 1 ' : . ' 1 -, . ' . ' , . Q , . ' , . A , . ' ' ' ok! Y Q Mfg? if f Q fix X QL Q M af-,S 0 vfmx 9 fx. fl? Xf 2. WBHNX uf X . f ,A v' ' I Q O f '44 X ff xxx Q Q, A 4 X O , 0 A X: K S xx A Y' Back row R Vcnake J Bussey D lN1coll G Bjornstad E Nxelsen M Horn B Nlelsen J Schooff C MCGIDHIQY 31d row L Holtan N Burd1ck I1 Radke L Nelson N Schmldt J Balke Mass Hnllard 2nd row W Blcssman W Mayer G Engebretson L Andelson G Burn S Wllle lst row L Ruud J Burpee R Towns D Brandt D Skau if 67111121011 lht Cnmson IN gl 1lLlbllLd.t1OH of pelmanent xdlue Pew 1110 tht homes 111 hdg'Clt0ll th lt do 11ot tount one O1 mo1e 1Sbll9S as t1easu1 ed pos sesslons Old g1.1ds 1ef6l to them, lecalllng then' echool ddyb The11 ch1ld1e11 1QfQl to them not1ng the changes that the xea1s have b1 ought to ou1 school and sometlmes make embauaemng comments about the clothes ot the students .ind tedthe1s of a. few vea1s ago The Crnmson statt ot 1950 has xx Olk9d hfud to 1JLlbllNh 1 book th it xx1ll truthfully 1eco1d the dCtlX1f.16S of the past yea1 and that xx1ll be xx o1thx to take 1ts plate among the many excellent lssues of the past as an hono1ed t1ad1t1o11 Commendatlon 101 0LltStdlld1Ilg' COl1t11bL1tlO1l has been ealned bv the bus1nessstfttt Don Bmndt, m.1nage1 D Nlcoll L Rood, and J Bu1pee T01 hdllllg' made th1sbookt111f111c1.allx posslble to Wayne Blessman .md L.1u1ence Hood lOl hax lllll' taken and p11nted .111 of the lnfolmal p1ctu1es on these pages, und to C1e11x d Nelson, Do1othy Nhcoll Aud1 ey MlHGtt Lau1e11e for haxlng 1301119 the blunt of the ed1tor1al xx wee the 8dltO1 and Whse Hllllfllil the f1dx1so1 Q0 lteadiiig, lntt to ri L ,ri UE glffzi Back thiough the xefne the Crimson and the Tatler h ue iecoidtd toi hundiede of etudents the11 days at E H S Although the contents ot the Tatler ai e but the new s ofthe moment and piobably few past copies exist outside of the sehool libiary it fille a need The Tatler .1 monthlx nnmeogiaphed pipei acquainte Qtudents S1 1th coming ex ents it celebiates the achiex ements ot students in thell toiials and enlovmtnt 111 its te itLl19S The membeis ofthe staff become acquainted 11 1th some of the pioblems ot iouinalism ind tornmeitial students find a pi lctical applic 1t1on foi then xx ork Dllllllg' the paet yeai the staff has coneisted of GGIIV Pat Kiuegei oditoi Joann Schooff asslstant Qd1tO1 Dailene Myhie featuie 9d1t01 C1e1d Engebietson cnculation managel Miss Hllllald ed1to11al adxisoi , ind Mie S111 ein ood pioduction adxisoi D Mxihe H Hagen W 61 J x H1111 nd R l' 101 in R Schultz -X Haiidlw. X131 eden dl K .Q 5 S' Q " ' X QQX' K ,Z ' , 1 , ' W " , A gff1'T,, 1 f G-:QM i M N. 'f 3. ' 5 - , , . y t ve. ' A Z v, 1, . . J 'V ' 4 L w Q .4 c Y . . . , fn v v Y 4 . kv 'Lv kv. AW1 ' 1 , ' . 1 ' 1 . , ' j ' ea. 1, f 1 . s v' ' v Qu, 1 Qv 6 v Lv ' L1 J ' . 1 Various activities, it provides wholesome exhortations through its edi- I , 4 . vi kv 1 S ' I v 1 .ki , E 1 A 1 1.1 1. W 1 J w. I - Inv 1 1 1, ' 'Z a il ' ' f ' 'Z N fu 1 S , 1 13 ktkv 1 , 1 v 1: 2 qw. v 1 V y 4 v. 1. ' " 'ghl P. ' . Fo! lliss ' 'z '. , , 1 J. 1 " ' QRL lCllllL left to r1g,htJ I' ll Q blf tso l11tL e 1 MIX tlxxoof Q lxrnegel D Nclson B Ihppe I Fox Bic sman Hamburg Sadowskl S Wllle C Showers Gqucfco Qfmuaf C74 cfs Fifty years ago who would haue dreamed that moving pictures would be a regular part of class instruction ' Our excellent audio visual program lb ably du ected by Mr Hamburg an autholltv on this aspect of instruction He is assisted by this group of twelve bovs whom he has tramed to use the schools equipment efficiently All of these boys ex a degree that classes at E H S are infinitely richer because of the con tributlon ot the audio visual program Kurth Doeri Algl 1m D Field Mr Hambuig W Mayu 32 -s.,,,fi W. ' sq f Mr. R. ' ' - ' i 4 hibit the desirable qualities of promptness, patience, and poise to such y 6 X , if J. P. - 4 H P Hpp M K My D Sh RS y LQCLLLSQLOIZ D11 ect Election of the P1 esident was the subject for discussion in practice sessions with Janesville and Stoughton and subsequently in two Southern Ten scholastic meets held at Madison. Participants were judged upon their ability to think cooperatix elv in the group and to express clearly their point of xiew. Ruth Sunbv brought distinction to our school by being, one of five students chosen to discuss this topic over a Madison radio station. This activity, coached by Mr. Kurfman, had as members Ruth Sun- by, Richard Hartzell, Benjamin Hippe, Sheldon Schieldt, Suzanne Dick- inson, Carol Edwards, William Maas, Betty Doerr, Paul Jenson, and Richard Collins. -33- nur- - 'Ea Back row L Bicssman R Kelley J Bussey W Hall M Mayer M Godberson 3rd row Miss Keppel H Haven H Grssert l Burpee S Dickinson R Sunbv 2nu row B Slagg P Jenson J Hamburg T Wilcox L Road lst row J Schooff B Boss N Knudsen S Schulz D Kepp O 'ZSI25,LC5, The fOleI1SlC club of thirtv members was the laigest in the school s history Because of the large number participating in declamation, an elimination contest was held p11o1 to the local contest ln the latter, the Winners were John Burpee, humoious declamation, Diane Kepp and Ruth Florin, serious declamation, Ruth Sunby ten minute original oia tion, Jane Bussey four minute original oi ation, Tom Wilcox ten minute non original oration Joann Schootf, extempoianeous speaking Joann Hamburg and Gerry Pat Kiuegei, e rtemporaneous reading These winners then competed in the league contest at Oaku ood in which Stoughton Wisconsin High of M rdlson, Oakwood and Edgerton participated A Winners and consequently oul iepiesentatixes at the league contest vt ere John Buipee, Dia ie Kepl Ruth Sunby Jane Bus ey Joann Schooff, and Gerry Pat Krueger Edgerton made an outstanding iecoid at thc distlict contcst held at Fort Atkinson on Apill 1, in xt hich two hundied and forty students from southern Wiscoiisin participated. For the first time in the history of Edgerton s participation four of our students received A rating. Fhey were Gerry P it Krueger in extemporancous 'reading Joann bchooff in extcmporaneous speaking Ruth Sunby in original oration, and John Burpee in humorous declamatioii. It is with regret that wc send the Crimso-1 to press before the stat, Contest in which these four studcnts will appear. Miss Keppel and Miss Kohlbeck sh ired the coach- ing responsibilities for this outstanding group. ... 34 ... Back row D Brandt M Arthur L Holtan M Horn G Bjornatad R Barrett 4th row G Truck B Johnson G Fox A Wedwlck R Rucks G Born B Nielson 3rd row Mr Hamburg G Krueger G McGlnnlty T Doerr T Wilcox M Mr.-ssmer 2nd row R Hartzell B Nelson J Cox J Bus-.ey J Schooff lst row B Hlppe J Burpee R Towns J Heuer Student gooafuzmarzf It IS doubtful lf fxftv years ago anyone had evel thought of glvlng students a S0109 ln the governing of then school loday It IS genelally recognlzed that schools w1th student government ale better schools because puplls ale mole wllllng to obey regulatlons they themselves have made and to sponsol aCtlVlt19S for wh1ch they In our school the hall monltols are democlatlcally chosen by the student body to supelvlse the halls thloughout the school day lhls group chooses the members of the Student Councll, a most lmportant organlza tlon, because It acts as the llnk between students and faculty Under the sympathetlc guldance of Mr Hamburg the councll conslders problems that arlse among the varlous student gloups, asslgns the hall monltors, and works contxnually 101 the improvement of our school Every year, lt seems thls gl oup takes upon ltself new dutles lt has even been called upon to glve adx 1ce on mattels of student government to othel schools If there IS any one group whlch epltomlzes plogless at E H S durmg the past fxftv years It IS the Student bouncll 35 have helped to malie the plans. I 1 1 , ' ' l A A . b A I h S C T O U U D N E C N I T I. Back row J Jasenskv N Teubert P Jenson W Bxessman 3rd row Mr Bauer R Sadowskx H Hagen M Dorn D Rose E Godberson J H ss 2nd row G Knudsen P Docrr R Gulllckson D Wlkum W Stelndl R Nelson lst row L Maihlson M Kubly D YlVl5akEr D Bartel T Hanan Qzofogzapgy ll lJLl11l1gtllL p.1st,5 mu the membeis haxe gn en talks to the g1oup on 1Jl1Ol,Ogld1Jl'1N StLlCl16Klll'lC making of tuck shots, and haue made sex eldl held 111138 to t ilu. 0lll,il001 1llCtlllCS The OlflCClS xx cle Douglas VV1kum, piesident Gunge lxuudsgn nu piesident Joan Hess seuetfuv, Nllfl Ieubelt t1e.1su1e1 and M1 l3due1,adx1s01 li TLUZL! C7 Z Membui of the Libru LI ih su tuclent hodv eu l cal uc LD 1 in eck books in and 0 it s ewes in ei, csifn 1 Odl d displays help in thi urns- sioning and catalwfuiiig ei new hunks 'im the filiri' of catalnguf, ' A ig' ar'compli:h,nunt ct' the girlw 'S year was to ring, up tu me tu- ' -ords of c1"oclic'ils ' " ' ' '- ' ' student research. 'eryone joyed xvxtrhiiifr in- ' rary bulletin bf"1rl,' m Q if w iivi was reserved for .jports of the, .ze-isung and the other for seisonal thenius 'ml book jacket displays. Dwrlem Blyhre was in charge of this IJh'1.'l, vt' thr -1 -- tivity. ...,3,6.... Back row M Larson M Codbcrson M Mayer E Fodherson P Wei P Zlcroth D Pirnell R Olstad 3rd row D Kepp S Houfe J Miller W Hall L Bxessman V Davis B Frank N Knudsen 2nd row S Schulz M Hlppe B Hook K Jarlsberg J Nielsen L Crandall Miss Kohlbeck lst row C Wlleman M Stavlk H Stavlk A Ladd J Hamburg N Dahlman 'mmafcci K 5 The Diamatiu Club, undei the r1ClXlNO1Sl'l11J o1 N11 kohlbeck hae -tudled the punclples of acting and iadlo nlax tLLlllllI1LlQN Thex pie sented toi then oxxn gioup txxo one act plax s, and thex dcxoted sex ela meetings to heaiing the toiensic paiticipants Thex eniox oc' tht oppoi tunlty of llstenlng to the ClGCldI'lldtlOI1S, and the xpeakels benefitted gut them 'ZZQEW f Z? This xeal thewe boxs took on F the iob 01 usheiing at football as xx eh as at basketball games lhe expeitnem xx ith xxhith thex caux out then assign mentx 18 appxeuatefl a xx ho ittend oui wpoits ments Lich membu lx proud ot the function ht ptitoimx and the sxxnatu xxhlth ht has tainul NI1 Lauei ls the mastel mlnd toi this actlxitx 54 f I 6 U. , 1. . ' ,Ax - I . fix -lx ' ' A 'SS 7 , K . K . Lx L, ' .' ' Av ' . 1. ' . v , . ' ,Ax y . ,- L. ' . '. y . V -. .ivy . ,uv 5-V ' K1 1 -' ' - S' . Q '.' . :D v V ' YY K J -- from the constructive criticism which the club members were able to r' ' 1 - C ti 131' ' ' :L 1 N 4 1 v Y w I 4 '1 1 X I, 'hx . - .'. by . Al V fi , x. 'L. . ' , . 1. . ', , ff . . . ' " Back row G Knudsen R Sadowskl C Smxth M Timm C Wsntler K Algrlm J Manthey W Blebsman 5th low R Harled C Johnson D Tc-ubert J Cease H Arthur H Dallman H Dallman H Geske R T ubirt 4th row R Gllbertson A Wedwuck D Ylvlsaker E Nlcolaus J Arthur D CHYISIIBDSOD R Gxese D Nelson 3rd now Mr Benn W Schroeder D Wlkum W Mayer D Romack R Wlllle J Wltt 2nd row H 'dc D Hkau R Johnson D Flcld D Spike lst low D Winger L Buchanan L Oakley R Manthey C Anderson J Walker Rayz :hloggq fl DUIIHQI th pmt xc Il the xlxtx membus of thc Bow Hobby Club ndxv, UHC101 the sllpolxlslon ot M1 Benn tllllltlll out fmlshed dltlC16S ln xx ood lefmthex, .md motdl 'I he box S hcue chosen then prmectb HLCOICIIIH, to then mdnldufml 1ntc1estw and lmxe made sugh thmgq as book cases, ond tables wchu chcxts bllliolds and many altules 0+ metal L Back row D Black J Balke M Van Valm B Frank A Gourley M Hol xbush 4th row Stavlk B Hook H Gessert J Hamburg L Crand ll J Dam l on M s Q ubt 3rd row Cvlkel E Rabldeaux D Hem D Geller A Jcnkms E Frntzke 2nd row Oakley D Schultz J Slelndl S Learn 'VI Dorn lst row Rose N Langedyk J Zaborek R Kelley gvzfi Clfzaffi 5 Cnrls Crafts Club was so populal an O1g'2lll1ldtlOIl thu tom that 1t met m two QQCUOIIQ The premdent of the- Monday gxoup xmb Jt..11 Bdlke the Qecretary, Margaret Doln FOI the Flldax gloup lung Lu b0l6k vs ae presldent and Lucllle C1 andall, secletcuy Wlth the guldance of MISS Qulst, the guls succesxtullx tompltttd many mterestmg projects ws hlch mxolx ed pamtmg on glam .md fam IC des1gn1ng and makmg papler mache xabes, Clentlllg Slllfl 1exw11x, .md the mdklng of Chrlstmas cards and gxfts I Back row I Lund J Nellsen D Larson D Greteheck E Young M Flattem D Hein E Rabideaux Miss Moen 5t row A Henke A Wolllnger E Rude I Wedvlck M Horn C Games J Bussey A Ableman D Wolllnger N Teubert 4th row J Hess P Hanlkc A Chrlshanson B Murwm S Geske B Frank P Zleroth A Gourley M Dorn 3rd row M Arthur E Kopke E Henke J Oakley M Holllhush D Geske M Holt L Donstad 2nd row J Danielson R Towns L Holtan N Schmidt M Rowmskl N Langedyk S Doolittle lst row J Teubert M Woerth R Wescott J Harvey G Bjornstad ufwze onzenza eau 0 nzeucu One of the eiidences ot piogiess made in thc schools during the past fifty yeais is the interest that students now take in national and World affairs, as illustrated by the fact that the FHA has, as one of its proiects this year, packed and sent parcels of clothing to the needy chil- dren of Italy. The interchange of letters and other expressions of good will betu een countries is a practical and inexpensixe in ay of creating friendship and understanding between our people and those of other lands. The beautiful candlelight initiation ceremony for new members Wai' an occasion that will long be remembered. Another event which this or- ganization will rccollect with pride is the Homecoming Parade of last fail for thc PHA float wi on second prize. The chief actix ity during the 5 ear w as thc preparing of demonstra- tions to enter in the state contest. The officers for the year xi ere as fol- lous: president Gloria Bjornstadg vice president Ruth Ann Wescott' zecretary Jufie Harvey' treasurer Jean Teubert' histoiian, Ruth Ann Tow nsg song leadei Connic Gaines' adxisor Miss Moen. 1.40- Back row D Marsden J Fox S sCl'llEldt C Millard C Learn R Jenks H Nelson G Born 5th row C Johnson W Harvey W Murwm C Johnson N McLeod R Halverson R Me smer Shrmer 4t1 row Fxeld E Cxandall D Rose C West R Nelson R Glese D Christensen D Chrlslxanson 3rd row Johnson W Wakefield C Showers G Fox D Hanson J Olstad L Eklund 2nd row Johnson S Cretebeck A Wedvxck J Condon R Helmeld P Doerr R Harled lst row Thompson W Farrlngion B Nxcoll R Towns R Reilly ufufce CI,'Zl7Zc'Zi O nzeuccz. M1 bhllnol and lhe enthuslastm fIlCfIllJClS ot FFA hfue DIOX ed to gdll1f3.t1Oll has sold gznden seeds paltlclpflteu ln a 513634-llilllg' contest taken a t11p to the Ln estock Show at Madlson and Cdllled out an Ol gcllll!Cd leueatlon 1JlOgldm 'lhe offlcels xx ele as follows Dl0'sldQll'L Dlck Tow ns, Hu 131081 dent, VVasne Faumgton, seuetaxx John Bauett t193.SLl191 Glenn lhompson, l9DOlt6l, Ray Relllx , and 'wC1gE'3.llL at 2'lll'IlS, B1 uce Nllcoll -ll Mr. ' 1 1 D. ' , . - , . , . , . , . ' , . ' . , . ' ' , 2 R- , . ' ' , . , . , . ' , . , . Q ' fl 54 ' ' v l 1. 1 4 1.5 1 ' g 11 ' 4 v 1 1 us that life on the farm is far from dull. During the past year this 01'- A .r - 1 1 ft 1 I ' 4. 1 ' . 1 r - 1 I 1. ' v 1 W v ' .Lv ', 1 .4 11. .- ' "' 1. 1 1 1 v.. .rf '1 V ,. 5.7, 1 1'- vy 1 1. 1 K1 5 1 sv-7, 11 Z n S Q 1, " . . . . . f Y ' Y. . ,, . L . . . . ' The directorship of Mr. Speight, well rounded instrumentation, and the enthusiasm of its fifty-five members have contributed to a most sue cessful season for the band. At games, at a concert for the P.T.A., and at the tournament they played everything from Bach to boogie The Pep Band calls itself the "fun outfit" of the larger organlza tion. Its twenty-three members have played for all of the basketball games. From the balcony of the gymnasium they have kept Edgerton fans and teams in a winning mood. gjefl Bum! ..4g-- The band officers are Jane Bussey, presidentg NVilliam Duerson, managerg and Richard Giese, assistant manager. At the Southeastern District Music Festival, our band members made an enviable record when eighty percent of the Edgerton entrants won first or starred first awards. The latter rating was received by Richard Dallman, clarinetg Alfred Hubbell, trombone and pianog and Ann Ladd, flute. cftiitczzcgirzy Bam! .. 43 - Back row R Sunbv L Eklund D Field A Wcdvlck W Ducr on G Truck J Balke J Carlson 4th row M Mcssmer L. Bjornstad G Rood W Pearson D Schroeder L Rood B Nelson N Burdxck M Horn 3rd row J Schooff R Wescoti B Slagg G MCGIKIIIIKY W Hulto J Cox S Dlcklnson C Venske 2nd row M Nelson C Gaines P Jcnson J Johnson T Wilcox S Durgm M Wlleman s row M Buchholz J Wllllams R Hartzell B Hlppe W Harvey C Edwards Mlss Glotfelty Not present M Hall Klfocaf :flfluuc Qbefzcvcfnzszzf The Vocal Muslc Depaltment has ploxlded much enjoyment to: the school and lOl the commun1ty duung the past year Coached by MISS Glotfelty the thlee groups p1ctu1ed on these pages presented a on May 1 They D1 esented a Chrlstmas Pageant 1n cooperatlon sn 1th the D1amat1cs Club, and SQVQI al membels entel ed the tournament at Whltf watel, whe1e Dean Fleld won hrst wlth a tenor solo and cll10tl'1Q1 fnst was won by the sextette composed of Connle Games, Marlan Hall Ruth Ann Wescott Malgely Nelson, Nancy Buldlck, and Joanne Callson 'lhe Mlled Chorus sent flfteen membels to Jettelson on Mal ch 9 lo be a part of a one hund1 ed and elghty xoxce cholus It W as an houol lOl Edgerton to haxe so many chosen to smg W1th th1s g1OL1D, and It was 1 valuable expemence for these students The accompanlst fo1 the M1xed Cholus was M3119 Wlleman, fo1 the glee clubs, Ma1Jo11e Nelson 44 l l 2 . , . ' ' , . , . ' , . , . , ' 5 y U6 ' V 1 1. 1 4 1 1 4 Y. . I 1 .ss , 4 K1 . I 1 L1 1 1 Gilbert and Sullivan operetta on November 18 and a May Day Festival 1 1 . . S l , A Aw , 4 4 f1 ' 4 1 I Back row R Ol lad J Teuhert B Ncl son M Rnwmskl M Messmer J Schoolf M Nelson 5ltl1 row S Houfe D Purnell S Ccske D Hem J Zaborek A Gourley D M ves A Mmett J Muller 4th row S Klelmenhagen A Onsgard D Ceske D Donahe I Wedvlck A Wollmger B Johnson A Collms 3rd row M Horn C Gaines N Burdick G Bjornstad D Wollmger P Zle roih J Harvey J Hamburg 2nd row R Wescott L Donstad D K Jarlsberg s row H Cesscrt E Rabldeaux N Knudsen B Hook L Blessman Miss Glotfelty B055 ggi cw gang QF? cm Back row D Field C Rowxnskl A Mathlson L Eklund 4th row R Messmer L Buchanan A Wedwlck J Cease D Chrlshanson 3rd row T Doerr S Kruckenberg W Pearson D Schroeder W Peters 2nd row M Nelson J Johnson G Mc Glnnlty T Wilcox Miss Glotfelty lst row R Hartzell G Fox W Harvey D Bartel P Jenson O : . s , . , . - I ' . -1 ' 7 ' , . . ' , : . , . , . , - Uv - , - r - a , 1. ' , . 'A . : . ' , . . , - n - . . . 1 - 2 . , . ' , . ' . . ' , . ' , . '- , . , . . : . , . , . Kopp, B. Boss, M. Mayer, S. Durgin, lt : . , . ' , . 7 ' I ' . l , I E.. L : . ' , . '. ', . : . , . , . ' , . , . I ' . : . , . , . , . , . . : . , . , . . , v r . I . I 1 - ,- , - , f 1 ' Left to right Tom Wilcox as Dlck Deacleye Mahan Hall Buttercup Dean Field Captain, Jean Balke swam GV JV! CS Ulm Oz.: 40 ' r ' ' 9 ' , : ' , ' ' Hebeg Bill Hutto, Admiralg Connie Gaines, Josephineg Jerry McGinnity, Rafeg Paul Jenson, Boat- ' - . . . Back row W Peters D Twlst D Schroeder G Fox R Furmn R Rellly W Bwssman J Mxnthey R Venske 7t row C Wenllcr T N1-rhaugen D Harled D Millard G Voog N Freberg Q Cretebeck R Tlegs A wCdVlCk R Manthey 6! row J Olstad R Kldder W Murwm A Burmaster R Gxcsc R Track L Oakley C Learn R Hartzell Mr Thostenson Sth row E Nlcolaus D Bartel T Hanan R Burpee C Mlllard R Nelson L Mathlson J Walker R Culbertson D Nelson 4t row J Kurth J Olson R Nelson D Ylvlsakf-r D feubert W Wakefield D Rose R Wlllle D Romack C Eggert 3rd row L Buchanan R Radke R Sadowslu C Anderson D Chrlstlanson C Johnson, C West R Johnson D Wmger row W Harvey C Anderson E Stemdl D Field J Johnson W Stemdl D Han on 051 cqfzagau A1che1y lnomlses to be the commg SpO1t at E H S One hund1ed and tu enty boys IH the Jun1o1 and SEHIOI h1gh schools are act1vely pa1 t1c1pat1ng, xx 1th M1 BLlI1kQ1 adxlslng the lLlll101 hlgh club and Mr Thos tenson the sen1o1 hlgh club p1ctu1 ed aboxe The latte1 meets IH th1ee g'1OL1Db so that all may haxe ample 1IlSl1LlCtlOf1 111 the flne polnts of shoot mg, 1epa1r1ng auows and stungmg up then bows Thls IS the club that dex elops the talent whlch has made EdgQltOll the foremost a1che1y town IH the state Olf1C61S of the club ale Rlchald Tuck plesldent, Duane Wlllgel, uce p1es1dent, Don Zabolek sec1eta1y RObElt Messme1, t1easu1e1, and YVM ne Blessman, asslstant SQC1 etaly 44 : . , . ' , . , . , . ' , . ' ', . '. , . a , h : . U , . , . ' , . ' , . , 1 . , .,. 4 , . ' , ' l l . . - . h : . , . . . , . . , . , . , . , . , . , . I :I . , . , . , . , . , . - , . , . , . ' . . v . - I h : . , . , . , . , . , . , . , . , . ' I . 1 . : . . , . , . , . , . , . . , . , . h U 2nd : . , . , . , . . . , . , . s lst row: D. Wlkum, S. Wllle, W. Myer, T. Doerr, J. Heuer, R. Messmer I 1 1 v 1 . 1 1 . Y 1 1 1 - 1 1 1 . . . r v v ' ' ' . ' 1 ' . ' ..- 1 1 L . . v . . . 1 1 I v I 1 ' I - ' 1 A 1 - l 1 1 v 1 4. 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'1'1--1' 1't1- '--l'- 1".'lh-" fth H -' '1,Q -- .11 -lS..'-j11.'C- -' D 1:1--111."1 --'11 - - .1 1- ' -'1 j - - '- ff. 7 v V hQ I 9 Z' RONI ROXAI 1950 .B-5,13 1 UJZLOT if LOU? hund1 ed couples danced to the IT1LlblC of A1n1e Johnso 1 s Modernalres on May 27 IH the gymnaslum Leadlnv the gland march at thls most lm portant soclal event of the school ve ll xx ele lung Tom Wllcox and hls loxely queen Mary Althur The loyal cou1t conslsted of the Jun1o1 clas offlcers and the s mor plesldent togethe1 vuth thelr paltners JUNIOR PROM 1949 1 1 l' 7 ' . T X7 3 t 'N A' t .H . YN, ' H 'uw ' . ' 7 ,lkyiis LY, f ' 19' In the aqueous atmosphere of a Deep Sea Fantasy, about two , , , 1 A - ' . TZ 'Q s ' - I . S U 2- V N -. . 7 , ' . ' ' 1 "C l ' ' Q4 W- The gnls of E H S fue lndeed SIJO1tS mmded Ex e1y Monday exe mng the membe1s ot the Gnls Athletlc ASSOLIHIIOH gathe1 1n the gym naeunn to play b1QketbaH Ol xoHexbah YVhen the wveathel pelnnts they tfmke h1kes and play soft ball A new f1ct1x1ty ot thlq club has been then' tmps to J 1nesx1l1e to enyoy the YMCA -,sw 1mm1ng pool The 0ff1LCl5 of GAA X1 ue Dli,q1dLIlt Je'1n Dalke XICG DlLS1C1L1lt llolothy Belq sec1Lt41vt1e1Nu1e1 B11b111 Maison A11othe1 lctlxe club Lonslsts oi thowe Qnls who a1e lfbdllllllg the Leeh1ncU1es ol d1che1y lBoth ot these club 110 u uier the bUD61XlSlOH ot Mus Mddenw 11d able 1nd SILIU 11 phy SIC 11 6,l'1LlC.dtlOIl 1nst1ucto1 G4 12.511, If Hell D BL X xn Xa n 1 xx 11 s Maclemw 1111 11 114 L 1 1.111411 C 1 o 1 1 Poi 111111 D D bluebeclx 1 Blown 1,1141 R nult N L 1 111111 4 1 1 own Vl11sc11 811111111 L Olson E Ixoplu. 1 S Dool ttle L Don Leu 19111N.ltJ H111 X 50 '- 1 ' . . ' , . 1 ' A v . . v - . Q . .m ', . a H i. . 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" V, . 2 "ey Back row C ROWIDSRI V Pearson A Mathlson E btelndl K Alvnm R Venske 5th row 4th row 3rd row 2nd row lst low J Barrett S Kruckenberg W Pearson J Telsberg R Saunders G Voog D Brandt Coach Downs W Blessman W Duerson W Mayer R Hartzell G Born R Culbertson Towns J Burpee G Buhrow J Heuer T Wxlcox D Zaborek D Nelson lde G Rood L Anderson G McG1nn1ty R Teubert O Furan Farrmgton C Anderson T Docrr L Rood W Pclcrs ffffaz Zag L Lette1 Club p1on1otcs 111tC1CNt IH all SpOltN IJ111111g the past 1 efn It has OD6ldtCCl cl conccsslon stand at games 111 o1de1 to bux su eat eu and blankets to1 lettel 111nnc1s 'Iht club plans next 10611 to takt .1 c111oct11p and to selxe lunches f1tto1 to111t1e11Le tootbfill Lfamu -.f K 1141 11st1111 1 lldt 1111111111 L up 1111 br sc 011 md con1111ur11tx Olllttl t Q club 1 1t I Bmpee, we 119 X Ptfuson x11e111'es1cler1t I -Xndu on NCQICLQIX 9 t El ll at 1 1111 1 xt ll J11n1su11 s ll 1 111111 md 111 llLllX 11141111 Ll Ix man IClXl'-01 Thc club had mul ALUXL lJOXXl1l1jL' 1111s 11 Jtalned lx Kong S 1 1 X ncll an T11 Ilblgf 1 41 1 s html teim 1 It 1115011 1111 Xl lee t 0 s onsorul ln OH dl 110112111 1111111 11t 111 th South 1 cn ol : R. , . , . , . , . ' , . , . : H. , . , , , . ' ' , . , . ' : W. ' , . ' , . , . , . 7 7 ..... ' L Th, . . A. ' . L. ' . Z. .' . K. -1 1 1 1 ' - , .' .. ' , , f . f v 1 - Y 1 A . 1 , Q! L- 'l'l11 IlUl'Il4PSL' ui' tl11- lli-Y is tn zul- Va '- C'h 21 'hz " 'tc-1', ' t' gm 1-fmpv1'ati1111, and to s - ' '1 :th ."l1 I 1 ' ' of lv' f vow ., - '-s'l11tg , J I J. T isbcllg, 1' z Sl '- erg A. BI' h s . sQ1'g'Qz111-2 -1 'msg W. I 1 , 5111-'al 'hz ' ' 1111: I.. Rf , I b ' V j ' 'g'1': M12 '111't'- tez : 'ag ' if G. ' . Kel - sctl, X Y. Stci , ' 1l.I, VSA 1' and tw l2l.'li 1 lzll 1 s 1-211 tz1i1 -cl by I.. All I - z l '. I t rs. Th- lli-'1' ails xp , - -ss S in Sqn' '11 llklllll ing anl ' 1t'il1t1l to thc- ' ll ' vc- 1111- " Q ' 'I tor. C IZQY QLOLUZL tj Awcfzouf fl .-52- x K-N Ui:-j 'WD X7 gy YZ if' if f aff Z1 Ayjxfp x.,.,f'5" X-XA' N......ffL S I I X V Q l Q kv I Xi X.-L, fx .J G , 4 x . M , q.J""'C.f'k""' V i A Q N 'C - W, ' ' 'Q Back row: J. Pope, J. Johnson, W. Farrington, B. Nicoll, Asst. Coach Les Becker Coach Ted Downs, W. Beissman, D. Trick. 3rd row: K. Algrim, G. Born, G. Rood, J. Heuer, J. Burpee, L. Anderson, D. Giese W. Mayer, 0. Furan. Despite a slow start at the beginning of the season, the Crimson Tide had a successful campaign. Under the coaching of Ted Downs and the captaincy of Don Brandt, the team functioned as a unit of co- operative, hard working, and spirited boys. Every game was a hard- fought one, and the reserves played a helpful role throughout the sea- son. The team came out victorious in the two highlight games, those x ei sus Stoughton and Foit Atkinson. DON BRANDT, Captain "Chunks" played the left end position and was a Stal' on both offense and defense. His aggressiveness m a d e him a terror to opposing teams. Because of his proved great leadership, he was elected by his teammates to be their captain, and he was given the honor ef member- ship on the All-Southern Ten team. 54- JERRY MCGINNITY "Ginny" was the Southern '1'en's leading punter. Dur- ing the Fort game, in spite of his illness, he booted one for seventy yards. "Ginny" played backer-up on defense and stopped up the holes with great ability. 2nd row S. Kruckenburg, W. Peters, T. Doerr, C. Anderson, W. Pearson, Capt. Don Brandt, R. Teubert, C Rowinski, T. Wilcox, G. McGinnity, A. Mathison. lst row D. Haried, B. Slagg, D. Dresser, V. Pearson, J. Teisberg, H. Iide, J. Bar- rett R. Gilbertson, L. Rood. Lake Mills .................. 20 Sun Prairie .................. 4 Jefferson .................... 0 Baraboo .................... 0 Wisconsin Dells .............. 19 Wisconsin High --------------14 Fort Atkinson .......,........ 0 Monroe ...,.. ,, ....,,--,,---- 14 Stoughton ALLEN MATHISON Because of his small Size, 'tStubby" played only offen- sive center. He was a good blocker and will be greatly missed next season in that center spot. ------------------- 6 JOHN BURPEE "Chop" started the season on the second team, but his determination soon earned him a starting position at quarterback. He will long be remembered for throwing the touchdown pass in the Fort game and for his con- stant gond humor. Edgerton Edgerton Edgerton Edgerton Edgerton Edgerton Edgerton Edgerton Edgerton -.551 VAUGHN PEARBON F cel nas played h1 last veal at end 101 Ldge1 ton A hfud hlttel he wa a match for any man no matter how blg or how fast Hls qulet good humor and h1s wlde grln vse shall THIS xely much JOIIN BABRI' l"l blsle fxrst tame out lol football ln hls 1un1o1 year but he Lame '1 long wax and duelomd 1nto a valuable guru-l durmg the past sea son He was a wllllng work ll ct Lonslstent good hu man POM DOERR 'lom mould be depended upon tom a glext Job 'lt anv tm L Vl hen he took the ball he w s always good for a galn Hls guat spnlt Will make h1m a lcadel next X edl' WAYNF I' -XRRING ION Woxm was one of the smallest gualds m the con ielence, but hls drwe was suttlclent tompensatlon t make hlm an asset to the team After havmg broken h1s arm and mlssed several games he came back to play a wonderful game agalrst Folt Q Miyagi CHARLES ROWINSKI Chuck plaved offensnt tackle Although thls was hls rust veal, he came a long A 1v II d was a bald blocker and 1 good teammate II ARVEY IDL Halxaro plaxed backu up on defens He llked tu tam kle fmfl was a hard man to get past He played the glmc to the h1lt 'md wlll be gncatlx nvssed next year BRUCE NIQOLL M1 e w s one of 1. best managels Edgelton ha evcl had Ho was a wllllng XVOI'lPl and a cheelful one Ile had played football tht DILVIOUB two xears but, un foltunately was oxer age durmg th past season IOHN TEIbBhRG Sam provlded muth hu mol for the team thnough out the season He played a meat game at fiefenslxe tackle whe1e hxs ablllty and Nl Q made hlm anvthmg but an cl ment of humol to our opponents - 55 -,. VN XX Nl' PI' ARSON LOUD 61 was Edge1ton bexr on defense As an ex Lellent tatklel and hald h1t tel as an offenslxe end and as C1 pass catcher he was a hald man to Stop I I IPPORD ANDERSON 1317111 uazy antlcs we1e a source of enjovment to the whole ball club How ew e1 hlS game at tackle was nothlng to laugh at H plaved on both offense and deten e He always d1d an excellent Job JIM HEUER Butch was the fastest man on the squad He was a shlftv runner and almost 1m poss1ble to stop IU the open held Hls ablllty w1ll make h1m one of oul most valu able players l OlNALD TEUBERT Ronnle IS only a sopho more but hls gr1t ea1ned hlm .1 sta1tmg Job at guard He loxed to tackle, and thele were eonsequentlx few galns made thlough hlm We ex put h1n1 to do guat thlng on the team llllllllg' the next two XCdlN wp-1.1-Q 1. rwwff WW Q--2' 3 far: me 5' M aff Pg, 1-fee-22 Whig? df sw My ' ff if 3245 WW F' Q I Q ffffwa XX XXINI Pl'll4RS Ltnr n s 111 nt halfback awl 1 hx d lull ne1 He mould alwaxs be de mended on 1n Tl pm e The expellen h gamed Clullllg' the past X031 hould ll 1 e h 11 a wond 1 net 1so1 1-XNLI' Y lxRUCKENBURb Stan was one of he lang st bow Ol the sluad llls sue helped mt tne end 1 O51 lon whe1e hc Q unel ex neu nce whlch shruld be a , lent a s t to the team next s ason TOM WILCOX W1ll1e waS one of Ed gerton S best pas els x cellent lunner and 21 of the He was a good man on pass defense and on tackllng He blocked e extla polnt Stoughton game to help Ed guton wln that game lound plawel ln all baekfleld posltmns RUGIA R LIILBILRTSON t1llX w 1s onlv a sopho IHOIQ tlns xedl but lllS gut oon ealned h1n1 '1 staltmf 1ob He was a haxd and Shlf tx 1unn 1 dlfflault to stop He should do 1 gre lt lob 1n the WLdlS to rome 57 v ' V ' q V v v 1 1 1 '1 1 4 4 1' A. 42 44 ' A X " U- -" Y- f - '- Q J 11 - H - . 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Back row R Glesc B Hppe W Stcmdl D Wlkum A Schultz R Wnlllc G Knudsex 4 h row J Olstad D Nelson R Fuxan R TlEgS J Manthcy J Arthur 3rd rcw Mr Bsm R Nelsom R M ssmer D Romack D Rdtzlaff L Mathlson W Harvey "nd row D Schroeder C Jchnsnn R Radke L Buchanan R Burp e R Hdmeld D Chrlshanscn lst row D Teubert J Fox C Sh wers R Hartzcll D Splkt R Harled HB H Qoofgczff Ile B tfclm wathed bx M1 Benn xx as llfuldlcapptcl bx the suv ui It mombus not bv then latk ot 8111111 Minn ot them H111 uncloubt tlftllllllg 1 Ulf th Il TUUI hlllldlbd ztundfd thi tC11tf'l fmnuxl 110115 1 ul: Pootlmll I 1 qutt to do honol to thc tswntx elght ltttml xxlnncls plc ltnd In Cofuh Dcmns 'I ht m un Nptaku oi the exomnu xx as XX lxfllll mlth Spmts wlummst tm the Chicago Trnbune mb P V113 sa " E, Y . 4 . iv -I , v.-L, 1 'H y Ly S117 rally appear on the "A" squad HifXf, fall after this past yC2l.1"S valuable W ': za ' ' 'A z " 2 v ' ' . 2 I 1 'I " - tin J - - v-' X ,- V' -4 -.- Wt, 3 , . . . ' I 5' B, ,. .,. ' .K ' V'1'.x' Lil ' .. .' ' .' ' ' ' 1 ' ' . Back row Manager L Mathxson Coach Downs G Rood And row D Nelson P Jenson J Heuer W Pearson B HHnpp T Doerr lst row R Harlzell C Buhrow R Vcnskc D Geske f' Mcflmmty T Wilcox 641, Baigafgaff By ax eragmg flfty one pomts per game, cdgelton s basketball team Won the conference storlnq champlonshlp, and the 1 lecoxd of nme xx 1118 and tour losses won them undlsputed thlrd place Captwm Don Geske was unammously elected all conference center xx h1le Jelry MCG1ll1lltN Jerly Buhl oxvs, and Roger Venske IGCQIX ed honorable ment1on fO1 the11 record Edgerton had lts best season IH yeals The team xx on thntecn games agalnet only SIX lossca, a peuentage of 690 The boys xx Olked ha1d, and thc school ls proud ofthe l1C0ld they made ,Jr 1 . , , . : . , . , . , . , . 2, . : . , . , . ' , . ,.u. ', . v - 74' 4 7x Vw L .- 1. - v -. ,-1 . v ' v v . k . . , . wvl 1 ' v x A . I x ' 9 cv 1 x -4 Y '- A L . . - .x -. - v . . U . . . . . - . . w . .x - . 4,-5- DON GEBKL Captaln Gusher was Edgertons blg gun ln SCOIIUH' At both centel and forwald IS speed and faklng' abllltv helped hlm to get off manw dlfflcult shots He was an excellent rebollnder a won ClQlfl1l shot a gleat playel R01 FR VI' NSKE bel n t p IV much at the begslnnlng of tht season but worked So hard that he was soon promoted to a staltlng posltlon at cen ter where hlS slze made hlm .1 valuable man He was a good shot and a great ald to the team JERRY BUHROW Bl plaved all season lt the staltlng fuard P051 tloll A deadlw Sh0t he wa the team s second hlgh scor He was a good man on defense and stopped many .1 play wlth hls qUlLk hand JERRY MLGINNITY Glnnv played .1 glea season 'lt the forward P051 tlon He was a hald flghtel 4 good lebounder hls ball handllng and passlng were exteptlonal DICK HARTZELL RICH IS a sophomore and the smallest man on the team but he was a most val uable player HIS best shot lb a two hand set shot at a long dlstance He IS fast and sklllful ln handllng the ball TOM WILL OX Wlllle plaved ont of th guald posts wlth splllt HL was a good shot and could be counted on to make a baske when pOll1tb counted JIM HLUER Butch was hampel ed bv illness this year but at the end of the s ason he was stlll llugglng He wa an excel lent rebounder because of hls Jlllllplnj., ablllty, and he had a good left handed shot that helped out tremendous Back row D Ratzlaff R Cllberlson Coach Booker D Chrlstermen R Tguhcrt Znu row R Radnc R GIBSE R Wllll W Stelndl M Kubly lst row D Splk C Showers R Rucks D Wlngel ,B U Bcl46aEgLlff Tho B team compo,ed of fly Ilmcl .md S01Jh0IT1Ol6 bfukctblll clR1JllclHtS IN coached bs Ml Berkel lxllosg OIJICCUXK ls to tulch tho flllld lmentalx of the gflmg clxlfl the lmpolt. me of team plan and good spoltsmdnshlp Exux welll thYS excollgllt tldllllng QlldllflLS mmm ol those box S101 the A squad of tho Cilffllllg' sLds0l1 G1 Back w Mr Thostenson R Gilbert on R Trxck W Bleisman W Mayer R Messmer ls! row D Wmger D Wlkum C Eg 1-rt W Dunson W Harxcy ,M 'KC z.:'ZL LQHZ lhe I 1111911011 .111h111 te.1m hm h.111 It most SLlLfLNSllll x1.1so11 111 11.11x 01111 the 1.1111 oi .1 tl111t1 1 1111 1d1'gL 11111e11t11l them 110m 10m 111111111 111 tht N.1t1011.1l l'1l11,1 1131110 Wle11tf01 the 11.1t1o11f11 1h.1mp1011sh111 At the 1Vest In11t.1t1o11.1l btate Meet Edge1to11 110s11d out WT.1111son W ext Lh1 11.1t1011.11 Lllflmlllillls 111 the contest I'11Gl1t10I1CCl .1b01e lJY .1 same ot 5 17 to ' 150 111 1111111111u.1l N4 011112, 1ttl'11N m1-et 0111 bow also t00l1 the ho1101x W1ll1.1n1 1111018011 11011 tust pl 111 111th 18 11011111 ID11.111e 11111 'Q 11 he so1111 m.1t1h1s ot th1 11.11011 1 tl 011 ll 1 111 1 0 1 111111t1 1111 .1111 1 h1lt pomtw .1g.1111s .1 10111 111111 SLOlL O1 1 ol t 111 0111901161115 01 t11 C1111 10111 dl-lfl 1 h.1lf 1111111ts' Sllfll .111 01111111116 11110111 18 1t1tt111s1 1e11.111l 101 thf QlfO1t .1111l 1l1tP16St of the VTl9I'T1lJClN ot th1ste.1r'1 .1111 U1 t 1 .1 D1 1 1 .1111l en us1.1N111 ot 1111111 Lf .1111 11.111 11 'I h0st1-11so11 lette1 111111111s111 .111he11 11e1e 1111111.11111 D11e1-011 f ld1L11CC Ifggwl W exlu 1141101 Du.111e W mga, DOLl5l'l1 1111111n1, .1111l R1L1'.11d T11Ck G7 o : . , . ' S , . ' , . ' . , . , . ,ga ' "' E . . . . , - v . , . -1 f ' S 1 lv . 5, xv.. ' L. ,. L. ' vj. .Si I , 1 . , ' . .'. . ,i . ., A,-1 A .1 , '. . - . 3 ' ' 1 Av. ' 1 ' 1 1,-1: ' A V ' - Y . ' . . . ' K. ' . , v' I I , Y , 1 1 4 -1 v . 31, TI.. :ire . ' "' '. ' fi , ' ' ' - ww Y- .4 11 v . In AH . v - '-'-V . 11 4 Y' 1 . 1 . 11 , 1 . , - g1'e1' won second place 11'it11 IL8 points. 1 t' s " ' - ' 1 Q 11 .' E lg' 1 't 1'l11l 1 1 t tal ot' ' la 1' ' ' l'-1."'1f'1ll 'h-'- v - 1 7 l u A 1 1 . 1 N 1 4 v.. 'I 4 1 .1 1 U ' 1 1 . 1, ., ' , . 2 'I ' K 1 v. v h v bw u 1 I v A1 ' A 1: . ' -6, . I ' lt"h1-l'l'tb'- th ' ' . A . .U ix, ' . ., .Dv - .V " ', V vi. . , .1 3 . q "1"1'-v- - 1 " 11 ,Q fm f. .' QOH- Uczlzcliclgzfii CIZIZLI7, Uarzlclafci V7 uc U c LL af B Biff 1 LlfiO .9 J A S h off Glo a B10 nstad B rbar N lson Jean Balke C7 fcificlcf 'Zi Much of the succees ot the pep meetlngs 'md ot the cheemng SGLt10ll tlnouqh gl 1duat1on but we know that Bftrbfmra ulll be 61 ffm It help 111 duelopmg the talent ot the 51115 wx ho vs 1ll n xt year take the11 places 6 0 nn c G , ri ' r , a a e , . 1' 1 L- A L1 ' 1 ' L. L - ' A ' R1 1 ' at athletic events is due to these gzirls. We are sad to lose three of them 1 g- Q? . , v 6 C I y. v I Z I 32 D 1 ' ' h 1 Y' ' K' Y 1' O ' x , . 1 I sl - K5 .. 273.11 Eiffllgi GG Cya cyl-fcifozy It IN am 111111, to us to compalc the fashlons ot 1900 vvlth those of todav VN e laugh ox 61 thc photogl xphs ot the vouth of that day alld chuckle over the klncl ot recreatlon thcv enyoy ed lltelalv soclctlcs and box soclals for example The contrast hovv ev er betxv een the charac tcl ot llfc lll 1900 and that 111 1950 lb nothlng compared mth the contrast bctvx een the us of 1946 1nd thc us ol 1950 As fleshmen the glrls vv ele plumplsh and the boys punv Look at them todflvl Whv thev have shovvn mole archltectural progress than has been evldellced ln ally flfty Xcdl pLll0d ln the development of man One mlght contrast the attractlx cness of Mr Nc ulderthfxl vvlth that of AflOI1lb for a fall ly accurate COl1C0pt ot the dlfterence between us as flGSl1I'!'lCl1 and us lb N6lllOlb Wc gan kv freshmcn gafcd upon the upperclassmell vvlth admlratlon Despelately ue hoped to shlnc as they sholle on the athletlc fleld on the platform evcn on the honol loll Tlme has Dl0N6d that we dld not hope ln valn for large IS the number of our class who havc 5, tlned lcnovvn ln one or another of the dCtlYltl6S of the school Space does not allow the retell HIL ol thc explolts of oul athlctlc heroes thev are plctured and descllbed IH the sports sectlon of thls book In TOFCHSICS success has come to John BUIIJGL Jane Bussey Gerly Pat Krueger alld 1011111 bchootf In muslc many of our class have contrlbuted much to the band and to cho1al lade' U1 Malge Nelson performlng at the plano' Ill alt Darlene Myrhe and D3V1d Skau have palnted scenery fol our dances and made sketches lor our programs and for thls Cnmson Some of our members have also won ho lors ln actlvltles conducted 0UtSldQ of the school but of lnterest to students Way ne Blessman for example IS an Eagle Scout and Jane Bussey Ptul Docr1 June nalvey Dlck Towns and Glorla Trlck have been outstandlng members of Thc most memolable of our hlgh school CXDSIIQIICGS vx ere oul h0Il'l9COI'I'llI1g float 111 the SOI3h0m0l6 veal our Junlor Plom our Snovv Ball and the Senlor Play That float took fllSt P1119 It vvas an angel alld dexll affalr and we behax ed llke the former vshlle vxorklng l1ke the llttel to clcate It Thc Ntldlll vv as so great that our effolt and bchavlor havc ev Ll slnce been a deplorable 1cact1o11 lll the opposlte dlrectlon Cl'l1lldt0XX n was the theme ot the Junlol Plom lnto vv hlch wc put our all to cleate ln attl 1ct1vc ollental atmosphele The excltement tttcndant upoll the cholce ot klng ran hlgh 101 xx eeks untll Dlck Towns xx is chosen and he had asked Glolla Blornstad to be hls queen Hovv saddcned vxe vvcrc vxhcn D1Ck was taken blCk 1nd could not tttend the ploml Gelry Mc Glnnlty vx as chosen to take hls place beslde Glorla ln the gland march alld they vu ele glaclous 103 alty as thev pleslded ox er xv hat vve of course conslder the best prom of all tlme The Snovx Ball ue gave 111 oul senlol X631 vv as a smallel affalr but a xely gay one A Chrlstmas tlee 67 I ' 2 1 .' ' ' 'J -3 ' s ' " s -3, ' - 1 - - 1 r 'E K1 ' 1 1 1 ' ' ' X , ' y ' v 4 ' 1. 1 1 ' 1 ' 1 1 1 ' 1 1 ' 1 - 1 1 1 1 1 , - , . . . ., . . 1 , , , - x ' ' ' 1 ' 1 1 I ' 1 ' 1' 1 1 1 , 1 . f 1 e . s ' s , ' 1 ' Q ' , . C v 9 ' ' ni Y . ' ' in ' ni v' . 1 ' 1 11 1 A 4' ' 7 ' 1 1 1 ' 1 xi I 1' 1 '1 ' 1 1 1 ' ' ' 1 u 1 1 1 4 1 1 l Q1 L A C L 1 3 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1' 1 ' 1 ' 1 ., 1 1 1 ' 3 1 1 1 1 1 ' ' 1 1 1 1 1 ' ' K 1 1 4 1 ' 1 A1 1 1 1 ' ' 1 ' , , 'K . , Sk, . .J 12 ' -4 1 ' 1 1 ' 1' ' 1 1 1 - . - Y l 1 1 I . 1 I 4 . I 1 1 1' ' 1 1 1 - J' ' 1 A f " 1 , L 1 1 1 L' o ' 1' 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 3 1 1 1 . 1 . ., . .. . 1 , . , , Y' V ' 1 ' u . 1 . s , ' ' 1 groups. Who vvlll torget our handsome drum major, Blll Hutto, struttlng at the head of the pa- ., ' ' 1 1 1 ,- 1 ' ' ' 1 ' . . . , , v 1 . 1 I 0 '1 1 1 ' 1 ' . . . 1 . I 1 1 Y I 1 l 1 O v . . . .. , , . , , 2 1 .s . . . v . g I . 1 . ' A 1 . ' 1 1' 1 1 ' 1 ' 1 I v Q . 0 v I I I 11 - , 1 1 1 ' ' K 1'r va 1 I I I 'l l I - 7 . ' . Y l . 1 . . , 2 A. 1,1 ' . 1 A1 11 ' 1 K1 A1 1 A 1 1 1 1 1' 1 1, 1,1k1' 1 1 3 I c yi h I I K1. I . 41 I ' . , n H S ' ' . 1 y ' 1 ' . , 1 1 1 2 . 12 1 ' 1 1 1' 1 1 L1 1 . - ' 2 1 ' H I ' ' ' r ' . 1 L1 ' ' 1 1 K1 12 L1 . K1 1 C 1 L1 -'1 I' K1 1 'L1 I 1 L11 , 1 1 1 1 1 x ' 1 1 1' Q 1 2 1 . 1 - ' ' 1 1 1 1 ' 1 . 1' '1 ' ff 1 1 1 1 11 ' 1 . . . . , , . , , r . ' 1 L1 ' 1 W1 1 1 A 1 1 ' 1 1 1 1 y-1 v I 'Aw 1 1 1 C7 an clfcafo 'zy brlghtly decorated a huge snowball falllng snowflakes temptlng m1stletoe and the hollday Dlllt m ide xt an excltlng mght Our class play IS of sueh reeent occurlenee that we are stlll glosung flom the sueeess of lt and laughlng from the fun of lt Damsels m Distress a three aet farce by Jay T0bl3b IS the stoxv of two girls who lndulge ln a lot of plaln and fancy lymg to 1nc1 ease the1r allow ance whlle they are away at school and l1v1ng at Mrs Guppy s boardlng house Each he they tell leads to a compromlslng sltuatlon which force them to lnwent fresh l1es whleh lead to ex en woxse sltuatlons untll the glrls completely exhaust the1r stock of whoppexs Then retr1but1on for tholr sms catches up vslth them and oh what fun' Peg Horn and Joann Schooff played th damsels lll dlstless Mane Godberson was Mls Guppy and the two young men who came ln ansl out of the glrls llxes fand Wll1d0W at unex pected momentsl were John Burpee and Jerry Buhrow Jane Bussey played the flery Rus slan Natasha and the glrls relatlves whom they were so perslstent IH decelvlng were played by Gerry Pat Krueger and Ken Algrlm Suppoltlng loles vsele played by June Harvey Laul ence Rood Dlck Saunders and Gordon Voog ter The able and hard workmg stage crew conslsted of Gclhardt Born Dean Fleld Jerry Mc G1llHlty Lennle Nelson and Roger Venske Mlss Hulda Kohlbeck our dnectol deserves much of the cxedlt for the fun vue had ln producmg the plty 1nd fol the sueeess that It undoubt dly was Oh there were other thlngs that we shall fondlv lemember but we e lnnot nccount them all We shall emoy remmlsclng about our Schmoo that no amount of Sttlfflllf., could stuff ind the ilnal hxlarlous effeet when this creature re vresentlng Wlsconsm Iilgll commltted sehmool elde We shall remember our senlor Homeeomlng Coult wx 1th Jane Bussev as queen and Joann and Glorla as her attendants There Wlll be memorles ot countless llttlc det uls of ou1 hlgh sehool days vshlch wlll eome back to enrleh us and sometlmes to amuse us Now we must close thls hlstory of oul class May we always lemembel what oul hlgh school educatlon has brought to us and may we use thc understandlng uc have aequlred here to help us become the best type of c1t1zen1n the second half of the twentleth centuly 68 K ' l I v 1 4 . 1 1 1 I .1 1 ry I ' 9 Y '! 1 .. . , 1 1 'S K1 1 J 1 1 . 1 1 1 1 S ' 1' ,. 1 A A1 1 1 ,L1x. D r I . ' . 1 1 ' 1 .1 . , , . ' 1 1 1 ' ' 1 1 ' '1 ' 1 ' ' ' , 7 c . 1 q 1 1 1 1 ' '1 1311 1 1' , 1 1 1 11 V . . . .., . . .. , . I . , .Y ' l . - , . v ' 1 J h ' ! Y ' ' ' 1 ' 1 1 1 1 1 ' 1 1 1 1- . . , 9 ! ' . . . ., . . Dorothy Nlcoll was the student dlrector ot the play and L1lor1a Bjornstad the promp- . 1 ' , c , . D l ' 1 1 41 '11, 1 1 1 , V 9 K ' 9 1 ' A 1 ' 1 ' ' 2 Z 1 1 . 1 X13 1 ' C , 1 ' K K ' D 1 1 , 1 1 12 1 , I. V . a ' N 7- 1 '11 f 1 i 1 1 1 1 1 1 ' 1' 1 3 ' 1 1 1 1 ' 1 , 1 1 A 1 K1 1 'K1 'L1 - 1 L1A1. T 1 1 1 1K1 1 A, 1 1 1 . ' 1 ' 1 17 ' 1 , 1 , ' , . . I . N 1 V ' 1 7 gDuf'zorz1 ADX I RTISINC ACENI X Edgerton Shopper W1th ou1 COI'!'lIJllITl9IltS ACRIC LI TURAL IMPLEMENTS Ebbott 8a Sons Ffum Impltments Shaw Implement Co W 1th oul Compllments ATTORNEYS Ladd E M 81 R W1th ou1 Compllments Slagg 8z Roang W1th our Compllments AUTOMOBILES 8z SERV ICE STATIONS Amerpohl Servlce Station Crocer1es and Auto Repalrs Cltles Servlce Oll Co Edgerton Motor Co Authorlzed Hudson Sales and Sem VICE Ehle s Servlce Station Ellmgson s Servlce Station Ford s Super Servlce Pontlac the Most Beautlful Thmg on Wheels J 8: F Servlce Station F111 up W1th Ph1ll1ps and Feel the D1fference Keller s Servlce Station Trouble Free Rlde Kenseth s Servlce Station Standald Serxlce and Modern Lablns Learns Servlce Station Ltaln to Llke Learn s Mcrwm s Sales 8z Servlce S monsen Chevrolet Co Llxost Cheuolet Dealer Wls consm Splltter Servlce Statlon Cltlts Servlce Products T 8a T Motor Co Auto Rep urs BAKERS Wlkum Home Bakery BANKS National Bank of Edgerton Tomouow Always Comes Saxe' Tobacco Exchange Bank We Selxe to Serxe Agam BARBERS Barsness Barber Shop It Plys to Look Well Ira Nick s Barber Shop LHIROPRAL TORS Pluess T H CLLAINI RS AND LAUNDRIES Edgerton Cleaners Courteous and Competent SLIXILL Self Servlce Laundry Smith s Quality Cleaners LI OTHING Anderson 8: Farman Co lhe Best ln Men s Clothlng LOLD SIORAUE Edgerton Cooperative Locker Co CONCRETE PRODUCTS Edgerton Sand 8: Gravel Co Sand Gravel and Concrete Blocks DAIRIES Albion Creamery W1th our Comphments DENTISTS Dodson L E Meyers F C DEPARTMEN I' STORES Carroll House of Edgerton Edgerto 1 Store Where Cash Means Savlngs Ratzlaff Bros Hoover AUthOTlZ9d Sales and SBIVICQ DRUG STORES W1th our Compllments Stumpf s Drug Store Youl Prescrlptlon Phalmaclst LLI CTRIL SAI ES AND SERVICE Carrler s Electrlc Store We Servlce Everything, Electllcal Doerr s Repair Servlce Edgerton Electrlc Sales Ellmgson Hardware Co Qualltw and Dependable SLINICG R bholz Electric 8: Bottle Gas Edgelton s Excluslxe Appll mac Store W1 consm Power 8: Light Co The Best 111 Publlc Utll1t1QS FEI' D STORES Edgerton s Farmer s Warehouse W1th our Compllments Edgerton Feed 8a Seed Co Vhth ou1 Compllments HHIFCUIS that Satlsfy FLURISTb BEAUTY SHOPS Vlctorla Greenhouse Colomal Beauty Shop We Telephone Flon els Exely Phllllps Beauty Shop Where I '11 Y V N Y 7 W N A 4 I I L ,, ' J ns ' 1 ' ,H ! ' ' 1 n 1 Y T 1 'w w y , l 44 ' f X A ,I 44 , vs ' I . ' X L' A' - ' , 1 I x ' ' I 1 g T 0 If 7- , - 'vs ' . . , . . 'E J , . . . . ss - ' - in flff ' Y ' I, ll ' ' 9, Y WV! Y 1 . ' I . . . KS 'F ' ' 99 . . . . Q ' CC 1 . Y Y . T Y! . it ' . ' 77 . 9 ' ' A . . VJ, . , . . N , . . . H . I X . . 1 . . 3? , f 1 H . . . . . ,, A . sc , , in , . . H ' as ' ' - S sc ' 7 ' ' , ' H , 45 , 4 v' I s L Y v ' ,H . . , - - Dallman-Wlleman Pharmacy V r sa - . vu U H Q - I vga I I . . , S. U 1 . . O 1 -1 ,, ..- ' . A ' v ga ' W J , U v 1 v. 1 1- . . . , . D. . v' 7' V 5 - 1 - n . . . Sl L1 v Y X . Q ' H ' ' X. N v' J' ' ' ' . . . . . u 44 , ' ,U ' . C A Ai ' ' ' it Y' YU . p ' 41 . '. . ' . '. . . . C c 3 I Y, ' L H .. , . . V Q v L An 4 .4 . U N . .H . . . ',, . U 1 v v ' H S 1 r 1 , ' ' C o. as ' ' ,H . U V sa 2 ' . . , H 7' . ' .H as - ' 97 - , 1 Y I n . S6 v lu V 1 V- . . ' I H gDafwn4 R UNERAL DIRI' C1 ORS LUMBLR Jones Funeral Home Gateway Lumber Co Wlth our Lompllments Wlth our Compllmentt Tenefson Funeral Home Schaller Young Lumber Co Wlth our Compllmentb Loal and Blllldlllg, Supplles RURNI1 URE DEALERS MANUFACTUMRS Bammcl Furniture Co Hl8hWaY Trailer C0 All Well known Llllt-JS of NEWS DEALERS Furmtule Southern Wlsconsln News Co LJIF1 91013 Read .1 MdgdL1llL TOllll,llt The Gnft shop PERSONAL GAS Borgms Walter A Brown at Son Appliance Wlth our Compllments Busse Carl URUCERS Gardner, Hugh Wlth oul Compllments Larson Fred 8: Louis Wlth our Compllments Madden, W F A 8: P Grocery belt Serwlce buper Market Bob s Central Food Store Dresser s IGA Gessert 8: Yoss Flesh Vleats Frults and Rafllaff L A Vegetables Wlth our Compllments Kroger Grocery 8x Baklng Co PHOTOGRAPHERS R 8z S Food Shop Edgerton Camera Shop Better Food at Better PYICQS Clarlda s Camera Shop Ruosch s Grocery HGDSOII Stl-ldl0 Meats and Groceries Photographs of Dlstlnctlon HARDWARE PHYSICIANS SL SURGEONS Shearer Bros 8: Sumner Clmlc Wlth our Compllments The Frlendly Store Ham Llvlck 8: Arthur ILUMBERS The Progressne Hardware btore Stark Paul W Western Auto Associate Store bteam and Hof Water Heatmg Wlth our Compllmentg Watson Plumbing 8: Heatlng Service HP ATING Rellable Dealers Ossman Sheet Metal Works PRINTERS Edgerton Prlnfery Cunnmgham Home Speclaliy Anwthmg m Prmtlng Ferando Mark Tucker s Variety Store HOTI' L REC REATION Carlton Hgtel Arcade Bowling Alley Wlth our Compllments Wlth OUI' C0mDllm0Y1tS If E LREAM Edgerton Recreation Parlor Badger Custard Kitchen RE5rAURANTS Frozen Custard IU. Cream and BUUOII The Mdltgdg Wlth our Compllments Highway Restaurant INQURANLF Home of the Hambulger de Luxe Mldtbon C S Wlth ou1 Compllments Lynn Restaurant Tobacco Reporter The Bus StdtlOll JFWELRY SHOE REPAIR Krueger 5 H Jasensky Shoe Service Your Watch and Dlamond Store For the Bebt In Shoe Repalf TAXICABS Aalseth Almer Edgerton Cab Co Dependable Jewelers Wlth our Comphments 70 Y U Y 1 . .1 ' , 1 - -1 H ' 1 ' 'Y 1 ' s . . . ,, 1. ' 1 - ,vw " S ' ' T '- Y i . . . . . U ' 1 'w ' an ' , H . . . 1 rw j U 4 1 1 y. r ' 3 ' y U L . 1 Y 1 ' , 1 if ' ' V7 , . l , I 1 H . . , . ',, u 1 ' ,' w I H ' - . 9 , K. ' ' 'VY , . 1 54 1 l ' Y L , al, -Q ' ' . ' u U ' 9' . A4 ' sv U ' Y, , H , . .4 . - 1, as -, ' - ra . . . Gamble Store Dealer H . . ,, CC ' Y! 1 . 1 Y r 1 if ' T1 ,Y , . ' 1 ' 0 uw ' sr as ' ' ,YY ' ' ' n ', ,sv 1 Y 1 C X L ' 1 . 1 U v . . . . ,, 1 , . 1 1 J ' J . H 1 . ,, 44 ' ' ,U ' R . 1 1 I , wr v U . 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Edgerton High School - Crimson Yearbook (Edgerton, WI) online yearbook collection, 1952 Edition, Page 1

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Edgerton High School - Crimson Yearbook (Edgerton, WI) online yearbook collection, 1953 Edition, Page 1

1953

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