Edgerton High School - Crimson Yearbook (Edgerton, WI)

 - Class of 1954

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CRIMS THE SENIQR CLASS EDGERTON HIGH SCHOOL EDGEIUON, WISCONSIN 1954 i This Page Sponsored by WISCONSIN POWER R Iilflll'I' VU 1 ,S W5-' J , ff ' W ,va -haw! ,av ,WV ga. , 'we' is-"'f, 'W 'U T' fi , ,',V,fV,, 'P V. N ,V ,' V. b . , 73:55 3? ' 1 .,.,,- ' F ' '4f3"" " -.3 - ex K 1 1 an 1-"1 km: ' Q 5. i , E0 f , A xyl. EJ xii A "' . I 3' ' " - , Q. 'nm ' A 1 at , fgj ,fy 1 1' - fs ,-,'1',jp-:, 1 4 l 'K . ,f' E, x X I A DT' S3'14"'x' , Dedication X. School Admi . thought, have made " sion of our educational the citizens ofthe QE ,tll0ll!13fl0f , Y'-La k ,.. , 4-ffm N: ',3'q'frwQ:?Mq'f4fz- 'f' H aww Q' f A X we, the mm senior cum of 1 High sums, mime mu mx I wht CRIMSON CONTENTS -X1JNI1'xI51IHxIlOX -XNIJ Ll -XNNPS NI N101 5 INIUI lx IND IND-XI l I I N Y T + . . f ."' 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""'ff Actual construction on the new school was begun in early fall and is expected to be completed for the 1954 school term. " "fi Q up 'SQMQ V A IDGFPTOY swf 501041 n:x5-,aux ,r. , 'Uh -4'-'U-"'ff w-5'iJv'1-i-f',4J:r This Page Sponsored by THE EDGERTON STORE - C. Sprenger ROLAND A KLAUS Superintendent CATHERINE H. HART Secretary-Registrar 6:-J U Q 0 VIVIAN ERDAHL -1-, Secretary A tgp 4 1 MARVIN O. THOSTENSON Assistant Principal Q. xr JOHN HAMBURG Assistant Superintendent This Page Sponsored By CARLTON HOTEL and PHILLIPS' BEAUTY SHOP -z 5 L-irSf - I 'T' Iwi? 511: -1. . - .1-. -.1--. l. ' . . Y... .Z -.ni l 'L tS....'l"' i li ,,. flflt LORETTA KREIDER Although she has quiet and shy little ways. You Can bet she reads more than classical plaji. English - History CARL MENGERT Our favorite deputy that he is. And as an artist, he's a whiz. A rt STANLEY ORE Even the wise old owl can not stop, The high school "Aggies" when they work in the shop, .Agriculture IVIARY SCHALLER Here on the mat sits Mary Schaller, To survive her day takes plenty of valor Girls' Physical Education IRENE SILVERVVOOD As mother to the seniors, she gives them good advice, And when it comes to commercial work its hard to meet her price. Commerical BRUNO SLOTWINSKI If you are looking for an odorous brew, Slot's demonstration surely should do. Biology - Chemistry MARGARET SLOTVVINSKI The-re's great competition in store for hot-lunch, By the Juniors and Seniors of Slot's giggling bunch. Home Economics - Biology CARL SCNBY "J, C." is a good ol' man, his boys are under hand, And when he's on the side-lines, he's louder than the band. Boys' Physical Education This Page Sponsored by BAMMEL FURNITURE COMPANY 9 AAAAA4s.A.4x THEODORE THORSON Their- was z-i smile on his face when the hwy blew through it. Said Thurson to the boy. "lets not over do itf" Band MARVIN THOSTENSON One equals two - could it be sol' "Certainly" said Thosty. 'tTake math and you'll know." Mathematics DORIS WARING A knack of mechanics - could it be? Shi- knows library and history. History - Library MARGARET YVISEMAN Pretty clothes and an Air Cadet. Whats she doing teaching Home Ec.'? Home Economics ELLEN VVOOD Her thoughtful predictions, Reflect her convictions. English - Psychology FREDA ZUEHLKE Guidance and English are her main lines, Who wouldn't have trouble keeping up with our times? English - Guidance Director MILDRED JOHNSON, MABEL ADEE. GRACE VYALDO Tr- till the stoinaiclis of the school bunch, Is thi' Jffb ot' Mabel Adet-'s hot lunch, RALPH JOHNSON KVILLIAM AHLGRIM Whenever we cream- zi mess, Hcre :irc the men who clezin it but This I':ii1v Siioiisoimifl lay 'l'HI-II-IIN9EI1'l'ON SIIUPPI-Ill 11? .-i- ' 'lun-L I , B CL SSES -in KAY F mu C is 1 F1 WWUAM BCE 3 BOYS Archxigx Monxiora Pfes1aT:?I:1 411 F H A 1 aug: Cheederdgjrom Comraaixurax Basketba 3 fe Pregldentrfgm gomm 3 C1aA A nmszrtlnxey Ban 2 In Pep Band 2 3 jp Club 4 Egngmcer T 1 2 ggi... Q aid' EEA ai.. 35' if MEARL BJERKE . . seem A ENDELL BEEDLE 4. F. F' A' 1 06 Mlxea chorus 3 4, C u VN Archery 1 Crimson 4- Pr pres, 4- Prom C nmson 4. F F goys 4- bby 2 ldeng 3. T Omm, 3- C1 - . . F. ' Ar ewan 2' Boys imsaskefbax Siler 3- Youth C255 Omc - - 0 mura Uncil 3 Comm. 3 uncn 4. ynxra . 4 41 Youth Co This Page Sponsored By D MRS. DONALD LORD NSURANCE and MR. AN 12 C. S. 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NI111'11'111. F M ' ' . Ii. L'11I11m. I3 P01 N. 511111-I111. INI. Ii1'It0'. J. Lui - . IJ . ' - J L 3 I'11-. VI, M1 Ga11'I11i' Dean Ruby. R. S1'I111IIz. IJ1111 RUDY- 5 521111i1'1'w. J. 511111-1'r. IZ. N1-ls1111. W. Pratt. G 1 '. . XVIICITILIII. Ii, .jku I 'l'l11. I,'11.1-5111114111-11 I1' IIIJVICI '1'11X IAJVIQICI I'l..-XNT 1: 2- .. ll ff 'IW' Row I: J. Falk. J. Burpee, P. Giese, R. Hustad, C. DeVoll. B. Jewell. J. Anderson: Row II1 J. Becker. E. Kenseth. J Burdick. J. Dies, S. Geske. G. Goede. J. Allen, N. Bobb: Row III: J. Gorder. J. Hestenes. B. Kjernes. J Ford. V Bjerke K. Anderson, S. Bartz, L. Bemis, Row IV: L. Jenkins. M. Jessup. D. Horn, R, Krueger. R. Geeks-. A. Anderson. M. Far- ringtong Row V: J. Hoopes, L. Knudsen, B. Good, J. Fiirseth, J. Decker, J. Horton. C. Benson, R. Cleininsong Row VI: L Kahl, R. Amundson. G. Bartz, Ellefson. D. Holmes, H. Jenson, D. Jensen. E. Jensen. R. Bratzke. Row I: D. Pierce, T. Thostenson, J. Wileman, J. Sage, B. Lund, S. Preeoiirtg Row Il: D. Mennall. E. Sayre, G. Reilly J. Reilly, E. Raymond. C. Tiegs. B. Zalucl, R. Meyeng Row III: D. Tollefson. J. 'Il-iibert. C. O'Connor. L. Ruosch, M Schoenfeld, C. Loveless, B. Stokstad, C. Steinwegg Row IV: O. Murwin. Teubert. J. Moe. S. Lund. B. Riese. D. Yeske E. Willey R. Reilly, R. Leikness: Row V: C, Smith. R. Lintvedt. J. Watson. F. Wilenian. J. Olstad, R. Wilcox. D. Rost. D Stark, Row VI: R. Nelson, B. Ogden, G. Reed, J, Schoff, J. Mengsol, R. Plumb, W. Ruseh. D. Shower, Mr Cook. Ron VII: D. Stearns. D. Nelson, W. Miller, G, Mute-hlgr. R. Penis. D. Root. J. Sickler. K. Steindl. F. Lezirn. This Page Sponsored By EDGEIITON ELECTRIC SALES Junior Class Officers The outstanding achievement of the Junior Class this year was the winning of the first prize in the annual Homecoming Parade. Of course. the big event of the year was the Junior Prom, held on May 15th. The dancers glided through the "Enchanted Forest" to the music of Don Dockers orches- tra. Besides preparing and sponsoring candy sales, dances, and pep assemblies, the Juniors participated in sports, music and other extra-curricular activities. lst row: R. DeVoll. vice-president, R. Haugen. social representative: J. Krueger, treasurer. 2nd row: Mr. Mengert. adviser: E. Swartzlow, secretary: J. Slagg, social representative: R. Lintvedt, president. Freshman Class Officers The Freshman class staited the year off with a ban!! Active, busy I-'reshmen gathered wood for the huge bon- fire that was to light up the llonieconiing activities. To replenish the empty treasury, a successful bake sale was held in the late fall. Pep assemblies and school dances provided much ac- tivity for the class of '5T. The Freshmen are looking forward to three more years of high school in which to keep busy. lst row: K. Anderson. secretary: J. Furseth. social rep- resentativcl E Sayre. treasurer 2nd row: E. Jensen. president: Mr. Cook. adviseri J. Burdick' vice-president. Senior Class Officers lhe beniois of 54 haxe in outstanding vecold of ichieytment is the 'must piife winneis in tht Homecoming p nadts of Ficshmcn Nophomoic and Junioi mais 'I hc Junioi Prom with its ben itching title of Oticnt il Fnchantment was also an outstanding success The Qenioi class play Biothei Goose. undei the di- rection of Miss Loretta Kreider provided delightful en- tertainment for the entire school. The last happy and solemn occasion for the class of 7- takes placc on June .R rd. lst row: J. Sleight. treasurer: B. Haugen. president: M. S. Lane, social representative. 2nd row: Mrs. Silver- wood. adviser: R. Falk, secretary. Sophomore Class Officers The class of '56 started out a successful year with the sponsoring of the first dance of the football season The Sophomore's "Fall Frolic" set the theme for other suc- cessful dances at the school. A successful candy sale added more funds to the class treasury. The class of '56 is looking forward to a busy, active, Junior year. lst row: M. Harlan, social representative: J. Krueger, treasurer: D. Bartz. secretary. 2nd row: F. Mclilwee. vice president: Mr. Garlid. adviserg R Cleminson, presi- dent. This Page Sponsored By MARY STYLE SHOP and ELVINA K. IIATZLAFF, Insurance NfHfX N2 aff A I NCQ T S gg -Q Li' 5'-'-f"' 0-T5 J! T aw.-n YITIES 143 3 Z 15 uv Row I: R. Rc-bholz. P. Gzirey. C. Hahn. A. Henryg Row II: Janet Lord, L. Thronson. S. Kersten. C. Horton. L, Hes- tenes. N. Luddg Row Ili: G. Trick. D. O'Connor. B. Speer, E. Schwartzlow. B. Lindquist. B. Haugen. Row IV: Mr. Hamburg. T. Wileniun. M. Laine. M. Condon. L. Christensen, R. Rzitzlaff: Row V: W. Bzilis. R. Frank, F. Elliiigson, J. Zepke. M. Deignun. R. Stricker. D. Carlson: Row YI1 D. Wil.-ox. J. Schmcling. S. Miller. P. Reilly. MONITORS ENTERTAIN FOREIGN STUDENTS Whether it is watching the halls during the hours ot' the day. or policing the rush for hot lunch, the hull monitors are always busy. On November 20, the hall monitors entertained twenty-three Germain students from the University of Wisconsin. They showed the students around 'the buildings and into different classes and zictiyities. The day was 21 success with the German students hu ying a busy and interesting time in un American high school. The student government, in December, sent an opinion questionnaire around to ull the students of E. H. S. concerning the shortening of the noon hour. The result was a half-hour noon period und school ending at 3 p. m. Student government is the never ending job of the hail monitors. The members of the Student Council perform yurious impoit- ztnt duties that keep our school running smoothly. The Coun- cil. with their advisor. ztre. from left to right: Alice Henry: Mary Sue Lane. Vice President: Carol Hortong Torn Wilemzln. Presidentg Mr. Hamburg. .-Xcivisorg Bruce Haugen, Secretary: Roger Rzitzlziff. Treasurer. This Page Sponsored Ily Tlllfililfvliffx FAIIMICHS XX'AIIEIlUl'S1-I 40 Row 1: B. Reise, D. Horn, D. Sunne, E. Rowln, B. Zalud. Row 2: A. Walters, R, Anderson, D. lVlcElwee, C. Horn, Krueger. E. Wille. Row 3: Miss Waring, J. Teubert, N. Sage, J. Edwardson, M. Crandall, C, Rude, R. Plumb. Row 4: G. Larson, D. Root, D. Holmes, D. Yeske, E. Kopke. J. Long. R. Burdick, STUDENT LIBRARIANS GIVE SERVICE TO THEIR FELLOW STUDENTS The I.iln'zu'y Vlub' meets every Monday during activity period. Officers :ire Beth lloxrin as President and Nzinvy Sage as Secretary. The members of the club check-out library books for students in study hall, take care of the newspapers and magazines, prepare the colorful bulletin boards in the main study hall, and keep the vertical files in good working order. "The film loops round und round, picks up the sound, and comes out here." Front: P. Barrett. W, Pratt, Mr, Hamburg. Standing, Row 11 J. Zepke, T. XVileman, IT Burns, B. Haugen, L, Christensen, R Nelson. Row 22 E. Quzim, J. Rose, F. Ellirmson. Row 3: T. Houfe, R. Haugen, R. Houfe A. Young. This Page Sponsored by HIGHWAY RPIST.-'kI7IIAN'I' and FUNNINGHAINI HOME Sl'EC'lAI.'l'Y 4' Nr N! G Qt QQ E' wr ' 1. A, Y f 9 , Row l: Miss Wood, B. Ruosch, B. Young, F. Tiffany, K, Tiffany, M. Ciebell, P. Garey, J. Heller. Row 2: M. Condon, M. Lane, J. Heller, B. Durgin, K. Saunders, C. Crable, B. Hook, M, Edwards. Row 3: J. Sleight, R. Rebholz, H. Arthur, E. Kopke, E. Schwartzlow, A. Henry, L. Hestenes, J. Slagg, M. Deignan Row 4: C. Hanson, J. Lord, B. Hartzell, J. Lord, J. Schooff, M. Dresser, B. Hollo, D. Dowling, P. Woerth. Row 5: N. Ladd, J. Frank, M. Hantke, C. Kruckenberg, R. Larson, K. Babcock, J. Leitz, A. Martin, C. Horn, B Sadowski. Row 6: R. Falk, G. Lunde, W. Beedle, R. Houfe, J. Prater, M. Bjerkc, J. Zepke, J. McCaffery. Row 7: T. Sayre, T. Houfe, R. Ratzlaff, E. Zischke, T. Scharfenberg, R. Millard, L. Johnson, W. Balis. Row 8: P. Severson, D. Nelson, D. Staff, R. Lintvedt, L. Kjernes, R- H211'1'i0d, D. Wikum, C. Horton. HEADLINES! DEADLINES! The 1954 Crimson group has been busily at work meeting deadlines. The group consists of an editorial staff under the direction' of Miss Wood and a business staff under the di- rection of Mr. Thostenson. Advertising and sales are the specialty of the business staff while copy and lay-Outs takes up the time of the editorial group. Topeka, Kansas, is head office for Crimson this year, with a new company directing their printing. MEET THE "STAFF" Specialists in the copy an lay-out clepartnients. T ' Lunde. Hesteiies, J. Heller. This Page Sponsored by BROWN 8 SON In 7 54 and 42 SMITH CLEANERS llow 1: D. Stuff, ll. llatzlziff li llow 22: J. Sleiglit, P. Woerth, L v 34 1 Q- xi' 'T' 9 ,sr T7 up i' Y T 3 4' v .3 -4 ,, Row l' N. Ladd, N. Schieldt, E. Schwartzlow, M. Dresser, Miss Krcider. Row 2: J. McCat'fery, J. Fran'-1, M. Laine, J. Sleight, D. Lintvedt. Row 3: P, Woerth, J. Allen, C. Rude, B. Speer, S. Krueger, A. Anderson. Row 42 D, Dowling, E. Raymorftl, R. Burdick, B. Raymond. EDGERTON SCORES NINE A'S AT LEAGUE CONTEST This group of approximately twenty members meets on Thursdays during activity hour or after school with Miss Kreider. D'uring the activity hour some of the members have been learining how to give extemporaneous speeches and readings. Since the end of the first semester, work has begun on contest numbers. Those fields which may be en'tered are: extemporaneous speaking and reading, original four minute speeches and orations, non-original orations and humorous and serious declamatiorm. At the League Contest held at Evansville, Edgerton collected nine A ratings. They were Nancy Bobb, Nancy Ladd, Barbara Raymond, Paul Connors, Jerry McCat'fery, Richard Lintvedt, Mary Sue Lane, Barbara Speer. Anita Anderson. They competed in' the District Contest at Fort Atkinson on March 27. Members of Forensics discuss their plans for contest work. B. Raymond, J. Sleight, J. Frank. This Page Sponsored by THE BUTTON and THE HANDY FOOD SHOP 43 'U' rv ,- ,- ,., ,- .- ... p-4 s.. s. M ... ..- ,-.1 v-4 p-4 -.. ...- N- -.1 ,-. M p-1 g v... .J .- ,., F.. b.. ,.. M n-4 ,- M -. V p-. ... A ... V ...- -. -4 E Y: 4 'E 5 L ' Z' sf E i : E I I SL Q . F5 wi 5' :E - ki 3 2 .: T. E .. . ,- ' Rv Ill . ', if . C fl -V i 2 Z". E -5 ,Z t - . .. z. CE if : E , , ,4 .c , L . r: L 1 ' 'L' : :J U1 . Ev C .3 . Lx 5 P - -5 S M- 5 if .- ' r Z N, 'F' N -I ,,, L. . 5 : E . 41 E . . 3 Q 4 W II P. Z , .f, Q, C 3 5 E 9 Q L. D. ug C 5 A- 2 2 , In V E E-, -6 E2 ci -5 ,Q 1 '56 35 if 5 A 53 E " , 'U 3 L . r 5 35 "1 5 ,.1 D2 5 f A Q- Q U 9' 2 1' I 9 . 3 JS 2 ' -cz Q H - ffl Z 3 A E- ,. 2 2 . f TJ .' 1: , - ,. . M Si E 31 +5 Q 5 " 2 , V9 F ij V7 -s ? ,J -5 a cn E-' " L. .II . 2 Q Q A 5 5 E I 'C E C - : 5 LJ L. I U2 fx Q H' bg Lf E E. L' .- ,J 5 1 : 5 : f E :I .: f 4 5 ' 2 ', M' : A, ,, : V E x : E : f ' V. 3 Z 7: LI ... ' 'g 1 LJ U Z 4 A 5 l 2 4 5 2 X. -- -E Z - ? ,J-' 1 I ' :Z Z ", Q 2 1' L7 'L 1 L D-I . rd .iz 1 4 Z 4 ' L Si 56 -F ? 2 5 2 i Band Performs at National Convention This last summer the Edgerton High School band performed before its largest audience at the National V. F. W. Convention in Milwaukee. The new bright red uniforms of the band members added dash and color to the centennial parade also held during the summer. The band presented the annual winter concert the week of January 19. The program consist- ed of a variety of selections showing the progress and development of the A, B, and C bands. The band is a familiar sight at all the sports events of the school with its music lending rhythm and color to the activities. . .. . 3 MARY sUE LANE A Q Drum Major X' 7- ' f ,Iv-1' A ,' alibi 'r sl' Mn. TED THORSON 1 , 1 f-- . w N A ,fu Band Director MMA g 0 45 C7 5 x"" I If ' I vi - V1 ,Jw- Q E -A Row 1: J. Hestenes, J. Gorder, S. Teubert, M. Willman, J. Slagg, B. Speer, S. Precourt, Row 2: M. Condon, L. Hestenes, R. Rebholz, S. Krueger, A. Henry, M. Dresser, T. Thostenson. Row 2: E. Kenseth, J. Burdick, D. Stokstad, D. Lintvedt, D. Yeske, S. Schultz, S. Teubert, C. Loveless. Row 4: Mr. Kalk, T. Scharfenberg, B. Lindquist, C. Hahn, D. Staff, R. Falk, B. Stokstad. Row 5: J. Krueger, R. Hartzell, D. Wikum, E. Schwartzfow, J. Sleight, M. Bjerke, J. Rose, D. Menhall. Row 6: R. Stricker, D. Wilcox, B. Haugen, R. Steindl, L. Christensen, D. Crandall. Row 7: J. McCaffery, J. Zepke, M, Deignan, T. Wileman. YEAR-OLD ORGANIZATION BECOMES ACTIVE This community organization is composed of about sixty voting members chosen from the four classes, 41-I groups, church youth organizations, FHA, FFA, and FTA. Any other person of high school age or older may become a n'on-voting member by merely attending meetings. The purpose of the Edgerton Youth Council is to provide a link between the adults an'd youth in the com- munity, attempting to promote youth participation in community activities. During this school year, the Youth Council sponsored Hallowe'en dances for the junior high and high school, held a four-county youth conference on March 13, received money from the Park Board and City Council to spon- sor a week-end recreation program, and set up bowling teams for Sunday afternoon activities. Row 1: Mr. Kalk, adviser: R. Lint- vedt, vice-president: J. McCaffery, record- ing secretary. ' Row 2: J. Hestenes, executive board member: J, Sleight, president: L. Hestenes, treasurer: B. Lindquist, executive board member: J. Slagg, corresponding secretary. -s uv Q. Q, -1 i -. -1 5. Q-5 S+ 'sfx gy W xv Row 1: J. MeCat't'ery, B. Raymond. R. Rebholz, R. Lintvedt. Row 22 W, Pratt. G, Stone, E. Raymond. J. Sleight, I., Johnson. How 3: Mr. Garlid. E. Smith, D. Stark. J. Watson. V 1 ' Debate leam Has Another Good X ear This year the debate team, coached by Mr. Garlid, collected fifteen' wins and eleven losses in a total of twenty-six debates. the At the invitational tournament at Carroll College, they won four and lost tour. By taking third place, at Whitewater District Tournament at Madison they were eligible for the sectional tournament at Madison. There the team won three and lost three. If the EHS debate team had won' one more debate at the sectional tournament they would have qualified for the state tourney. This Page Sponsored by BADGER CUSTARD KITCHEN and FOLONIAI, BEAUTY SHOP "We, the affirmative, wish to B. Raymond, R. Reliholz, Affirma- tive: J. McC'affery, R. Lintvedt, Ne- gative. point out." 6 2 lvl av- q-1 of' pf Q bs ua f'Y Sd How 1: J, Cook, K. Krueger, J. Wietersen, R. Prater. Row 2: D. Brictzrnan, N. Bobb, E, Raymond, D. Bartz, N. Brandt. I-low 3: Miss Abell, E, Murwin, P, Mohr, J. Allen, R, Bu Vdick. "SOCIETY PAGE" ACHIEVES SUCCESS The Drama Club. under the direction' of Miss Jean Abel. presented the one-act play 'SOCIETY PAGE" as their major production of the first semester. Each Friday during activity hour, the Drama Club is busy with the selection' of plays, make-up demonstra- tions. the learning of play parts, and the assigning of pr Sduction crews. The club presents its achievements each semester to the student body of the high school. This Page Sponsored by ELLINGSON FUNERAL HOME and SELF-SERVICE LAUNDRY The Ili-amzi Club pleases the stu dent body with its clioice of the one ict play "SOC'IE'l'Y PAGE." From left to right: D. Bartz, ID Brietzmzm, J. Cook, II. Pmter, N Holili. te -'44 5 1: . In at K' I i 77' '7 'leg 4 A I' -ns , iw -E 1 fn ag 'A' fa ' V L, . Ox A .T ,J f ai 5 ,-. t 6 L I ' - G 4 ei Q 5' . - Fr . -'J -' 'T 'T 2' xiii' . v .D f,,:, 1 , A Z A I ia 4 'T a on ' vt "' ' 5 3 ' . 6 f vvvnvvnff gg, , L, 7 ' vi Row lr Geske, C. Loveless, B. Stokstad, E. Sayre, J. Gorder. J. Ht-stenes. C. Hahn. S. Prc-Court, D. Dorn. How 2: Miss Boerner, B. Hartzell, D. Wikuin, C, Hanson, E, Scholl, E. Kopke. J. Schooff, M. Lane. M. Condon. Row 3: G. Goode, L. Hestenes, J. Slagg, E. Schwartzlow, A. Martin, L. Thorson. J. Allen, M. Crandall. D. Vickers. Row -1: F. Brown. B. Steinweg, P. Woerth, M. Dresser, S. Johnson, C. Tempel. C. Tiegs. M. Lund. Row 5: B. Lund, G Lynts, D. Zaborek, N. Ladd, D. Dowling. B, Hollo. J. Johnson. D. Statf. J. McCaffe-ry, R. Clem- inson. Row 6: J. Heller. T. Wileman. R. Balis. J. Long. R. Lintvedt. K. Stcindl. D. Stokstad, R, Moe. L. Kahl. B, Kjernes. Row 7: Krueger, P. Connors, P. Zerbolio, R. Brown, A. Young, C. Rude. G. Johnson, D. Jenson. S. Bartz. G, Riese Row 81 R. Kruckenberg, R. Purnell, K. Host, J. Schntelinj. Schultz. A. Henry. K. Runnlee, B. Lindquist, A. Westby D, Danks, R. Lohrman. New Fifth Hour Mixed Chorus Group "Eco-hah!" "lice-hahf" With these throat exercises the Mixed Chorus warms up. This year a new group of students participated in the Mixed Chorus. About 50 students participated in the singing during the activity rind fifth hours, receiving a half credit a semester. The chorus presented their Christmas Concert on l2l'C't'lllbCT 15. To add rairiety to the Christmas Cont-t-i't. beautiful picturesque scenes were shown while the chorus sang. May 8 was an important date for the members of the chorus. The group participated in the Whitewater Contest, entering in class A competition. On November ll, Armistice Day. the chorus sang three religious sonus. The accornpanists for the group are Mary Lane and Leila Hestf-nes, With lighted candles and the singing of the "Hallelujah Chorus." The Mixed Chorus presented a Christ- mas proizrain setting the mood for the Yuletide season. ' r A xr xx it -D I Tig 3 i u Lilo - Row 1' Miss Boerner. M. Lund, E. Scholl, K. Krueger, E. Stokstad, S. Geske. Row 2: S. Teubert, J. Becker, G. Goode, J. Reilly, J. Dies, J. Falk. Row 3: E. Kenseth. J. Burdick, C. Loveless, J. Gordcr, J. Hestenes, B. Kjernes, M. Schoentold, J. Ford, V. Bjerke Row 4' B. Young, J. Ciebell, D. Bartz, S. Johnson, C. Lund, C. Tempel, P. Durgin, C. Kruckenberg, M. Cielfell. Row 5: S. Kersten, B. Strohbusch, L. Jemcins, Lund, L. Schwartzlow, C. Stcinweg, J. Trimner, E. Anderson, Y. Rcillv. Row 6: M. Row 7: S. Row 8: R. Garoy. L. Rougch, K. Anderson, V. Higgins, Leikness, D. Nelson, C. Romack, S. Teubert. B. Ruosch. Lintvedt, K. Saunders, J. Heller, S. Bartz, B. Durgin, C. O'Connor, M. Harlan, Y. Woerth, M. Will- mann, N. Anderson. Bratzkc. K. Marsden, I. Ratzlaft, D. Stone, A. llcnry, B. Speer, J. Schultz. B. Jewell. L. Thronson, D. Bramer, M. Richter. B. Sudowski. In addition to the Mixed Chorus there is the Girls' Chorus which meets once a week on Monday. This group participates in school programs such as the Christmas concert. In addition to school programs the Girls' Chorus also entered competition at the Whitewater Spring Contest. The accompanist for the group is Judy Hestenes. l Blciiiliws ol' Girls' C'horus, from ' lt-it to right: M. Vie-bell, B. Sztdowski, li. Sauntlt-rs, B. lluosch, C. lirucken- lit-rir, ll. Young, IJ. Nelson, M. Lund, J. llt-llcr, S Lintvt-dt. B. Durgin. seat- Q-rl: Miss Boei'nei'. This Page Sponsored by SIMONSEN t'llEVl2OI.E'l' VO., INC 50 'ga z L.4 3 T .f 36 22-Ji-J Y l Rmx ohnsoh .I Ixrut er P Mohr H Rf.L1huIL R P1 t Glpsc S Im Xe-dt Ron ss XRISETIIIN Q, Ffhlll C ic A r L1 r1h11sr t M1s SIutvt111s Hon Goldor E. 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Qiwon Le-ilu Iii-su-lies and King Toni Alu-nflznits li-nd tho king and qnnin in c-nizin with thvii' auth-Iiflznits, pose for :L the-iz' Illronos. lornizil shot. PROM - 1953 This Page Sponsored hy KENSE'I'H'S SINFLAIR SERVIFE and DUNS DAIRY-O Vrowcls wntr-li as tho prom royalty loads tho grand nizn'c'h composed of tho Junior Il2llll'l'l'S qnoncli T.llL'lI'Ill1l'SI at thi pnngh md in the oil Class rnoinhors :ind their flutes. Lnhlf-, fini-mu i ' 1 "entail nn N A V hx , V, I r' ' t3g.i'LAf fgiE mM' . ,Y 4 2 A c ,kg Q :ful- 15179 f!t5!- I in r 5. kk .W-L ' u I w ' ' '-as Q ,. Row 1: M. Edwards, M. Condon, M. Lane, D, Wikum, C. Hanson. Row 2: K. Rost, R. Falk, W. Balis, A. Rowinski, J. Sleight, J. Leitz. WINKLE PLAN CAPTURES BROTHER GOOSE On February 24th and 25th the Senior Class presented "BROTHER GOOSEH, a hilarious comedy, under the capable direction of Miss Loretta Kreider. . Heading the Cast was Indian Ford's own' Keith Rost, as Jeff Adams, an architect by day and general cleaner- upper for his orphaned brothers and sisters in the evening. Into their midst comes Marie Condon. as Peggy Winkle, a delightfully vague' hosiery saleswoman. The members of "BROTHER GOOSE'S" flock included: Mary Jo Edwards as Hy, crazy about football, Rob- ert Falk, as Wes, crazy about girls, and Carol Hanson as Carol, an adolescent absorbed in entering contests. Diane Wikum as Lenore Hudson, an heiress, had "plans" for Jeff and herself, which Peggy upset with the help of Jean Sleight as Mrs. Trimmer, a forceful businesswoman. Other characters lending life to the play were: Mary Sue Lane, as Eve, a southern belle from next door: Janice Leitz, as Sarah, a Negro cook, Arlene Rowinski, a maid who quit, Bill Balis, infuriated truck driver. Hy succeeds in "fouling up the works" with Wheat Puffies. 9 ,SLJJ 0 1' T7 fr' 3 v 36 'er Xl rv Q Q Row l. S. Geske. J. Hestenes, J. Gorder, Preeourt. K. Krueger. Row 2: C. Rude. L. Thorson, E. Raymond, D. Danks, R, Rebholz. B. Hartzell. Row 3: M. Dresser, J. Giese, J. Stark. B. Raymond, J. Ludden, J. Slaeg. L. Hestenes. Row 4: K. Host, R. Haitzell, J. Krueger, D. Bartz, J. Burdick, D. Staff, G. Lunde. Row nz lVl. Deienan. J. Long, P. Connors, T. Scharfenberg. D. Wikum. The FTA Chapter of Edgerton has thirty-two members, all interested in the teaching profession. Each of e inenibers is kept busy with various duties such us teacher aides and locker inspectors. There were eight big events of the year, featuring such guest speakers as Mr. Rood from Milton College and Jr. Wenther trorn Whitewater. ln addition, teachers from the Edgerton schools talked to the group anti visita- ins were made to Whitewater State College and the L'nix1-rsity ot' Wisconsin. hut mth their guest speaker, Ili llood and at faculty sponsor. Ilow li Miss Zllelke. J. Iil'UL'l.'fL'l', tt-ties. Row 2: T. SL'il2ll'ft'lliMll'jI, I.. llestenes, P. Vonnor, Ilr. lfooti. This Page Sponsored l,yFIJt1I'lll'l'UN lflfrfll .SE SEED and ll. C. 'ONES 60 The FTA ot't'icers are shown 44 SPORTS as Ma... ll, O'C'miiim, N Lucid. S. 'I'eulJL-rt, N. .-Xnde1'sori', P. Durgin. M. Cum tamp! Clap! Stamp! Clap! 435' lull. lt' you happen to pass hy the gym zuiy Friday night about eight cfclock, don't he too surprised 'umliliupf emuiiig from inside the lllllltlllltf. It's not am earthquake or at lively jam ses- sion, hut the clu-erlezulei's lending the "stump" cheer. This yell is one of at uumher of new cheers mul .mugs that lmw been iutroclueecl hy the girls this year. t- vlieerleziders liztye In-eu down iu front at each sport event lending the support for our :tt the luurl 1 4 team. ri : l. tt uu t'llt'Q'l'lt'il1lt'l's, chu-ss lll tluu mu uuiturms zirv, truiu lt . 'zt1'x'iuyftuu, S. ltuluit lt. Peters, 1. lio- Amuudsuu, ul A 151281 ' 9 Q A 410'-fi' Row Rom Ron Ron Row Ro W 1 R. Lintvedt, J. Prater, R. Zaborek, T, Thostenson, D. Jenson. .., M. Deignan, R, Hartzell, B, Biessinan, L. Christensen, J, .'XIlCIQ1'SUll. R. Heller. Zischke, J. Krueger, J. Zepke. F. Mclilwee, R. Stricker, D. Carlson, W. Burns. Millard, J. Schmeling, D. Wilcox, S. Miller, R. Edwardson. M. Stearns, T. Sayre. Scharfenberg, C. Schultz, K. Kenseth, K. Rost, W. Steincll. R. Kruckenberg. McCat'fery. L. Johnson, D, Rust. W. '1'1fftmy, Mr. Sunby, 'Ihis Page Sponsored by NORM AND BILIJS and T. VV. DICKINSON AND SON HOT COFFEE! HOT DOGS SOLD HERE! The smiling young men in the above picture belong to the Letter Club. This organization is exclusix elx male for only students who have won a major letter in a sport or two minor letters in one sport are admitted Among other activity the Letter Club sells hot coffee and hot dogs at home football games and ice cream bars cindv bats and gum at home basketball games. In the past the profits from these activities have tinanced tiips to xx itch various sporting even'ts. Iettel Flub mer'nbe1's, Dave Host and Biuce Biessnian, tend re- fieshment stand at basketball Row 1: Mr. Sunby, B. Biessman, D. Wilcox, T. Scharfenberg, J. McCat'fery, M. Dcignan. Row 2: D. Carlson, T. Sayre, W. Burns, R. Lintvedt, J. Prater, E. Zischke. Row 3: R. Kruckenberg, R. Rost, K. Kenseth. S. Miller, L. Johnson, K. Rost. Row 4: R. Edwardson, R. Ugluni, P. Barrett, J. Showers, S. Saunders, R. Thronson, M. Stearns. Row 5: E. McElwee, R. Heller, W. Steindl, F. Brown. C. Schultz, R. DeVoll. Row 6: T. Thostenson, R. Hartzell, D. Jensen. 66 9 99 Sunby S Boys Once again this year, Edgcrtonk football team provided the student body and the town's people with many exciting moments. Led by Captain Tom Scharfenberg, the team finished near the middle in the conference standings. Coach Carl Sunby is looking forward to a successful season as nineteen' major letter winners will compe e for positions on next year's team. Special recognition was granted Keith Rost, Earl Zischke, and Starrley Miller as these boys were placed on the All-Conference teams. This Page Sponsored by GATEWAY LUMBER CO. and BARSNESS BARBER SHOP The Eclgt-1'toii team lines up for it defeiisivt- play. 64 Row Row Row Row I T, Reilly, J. McCa1'fery, G. Lynts, R. Hartzell, M. Dcignzln F. McElwee, R. Wilcox, J. Mengsol, L. Kahl. 3 Mr. Cook, R, Krueger, J. Furseth, J. Sickler. : L. Bemis, K. Steindl. Prominent Among pring ports Are Golf and Tennis Coach John Cook, Industrial Arts teacher, is looking forward to a fine season in tennis this wedi Four of last year's letter winners are with the team again this season. Last year! squad improved is the season pro gressed to finish third in the Badger Conference meet, The golf team, under the direction of Coach Kalk. also has promise of a fine year Returning from last year's squad are three major-letter winners and two minor-letter winners. Last year the squad xx on 10 out 11 matches. They placed third in' the Badger Conference and second in the Edgerton Inxitwtional This Page Sponsored by LYNTS' RESTAURANT and RUBEN TELLEFSON Row 1: E. Ellingson, D. Crandall, R. Stricker, D. Wilcox, R. Lintvedtg Row 2: L. Wescott, G. Larson, R. Falk, D. Menhallg Row 3: Mr. Kalk, J. Reed, H. Jenson. l 6 5 N212 'YH M' it 5gl Roxx 7 K Ke.nQc-th S MIIILI K Rost J Schmehng G Lvntx J Zmpke J -Xnduwn D Wllcox M Dmgnan Roxx 1 Mandgverx D McElxxLL R Kruckcnberg, A TEAM TIES FOR THIRD PLACE IN CONFERENCE bunbx x boxx tled for thud phce m the Badger Cuntumnre thls xear The team as 4 xxhole plaxed good defenxlxe baxketball wmlng through xxllh a xxln our the IULIIIIHTN nt xxmmng Monror, nam Honors xxent tu1VIdrt3 DCIEDHI xx ho xxds pl iced on tha fxrxt In nm of the Badger All Conference. and to Kuth Kenknlh xxho xx as placed on the ucond team of the Xll Qunfuence Grrdudlmg membrrx of the tr nn ne Kelth Kenseth C un 4 Lxntx Kuth Rmt Ibm Scharfenbnrg und John Schmellng Thw Pflge Sponxoled hx CID Q TEX-XCO SEPX ICE Im un put on 1 good sm III I ox ne i I 66 . 9 ' An TA' v . 24 I Q' 1 : N V - 1. 1 M. 5.-. :Tr.,'.i:,' f .f - y- gl, ' Q f i ..1,- ' 'i irilligi A , W Y, fe- . . -..-. .-.....,-.. ., ,-W,-Q ,V Ag V f- --f - H ff . - , 'f gn, A 1 ' - 1' f A ex 1 , , --- f WK C I ' C 444 55- Ky., . - 1, .T A . . 12, 8 J. Prater, T. Scharfenberg, R. Hartzell, Mr. Sunby. V I . . 5- - - - , . 1, Il II i- - . - v 'y 5 ' - -- 3 i . ' 5- .2 Z , 1' 'L " --1 2' ' . 5-'gf Q 1 -,. - I , - I. Y . , , L L . 1 1 K, . A N The -: z xl ow each and 1-verx' 'ne hex' pert' -1 if fm' E. I. S. 3 llx RQ: A AVA Hcllu R Hlrtfell J Ztpke J Andelson 'Vl Delgnln Xlllnox F 'Nlphlxug Xl Stundl R Bosbon T Rexllx H Dunmvn Broun D Rox! D Amundkon R Krutktnbtrg W Tnflm J Sthmellng Mr Sunbv Huw Pon Row Rmx Tolltison K Rust T Schdriunbmrt, K Keng th R Yhxonson 'Vl Stearns, Pun Juhnwn R Nhllaxd P Zcrbulm A Young H Purnell Fdgerton Goes to Bat X numbu nf lttttrmtn du. buck on tht Edguton Blbebtlll TL un thus vc-ar to help defend the txtle Flu tnnn nun tht Southnrn hllf of tht Lal-inland Bdstball Ledglm Dx xxlnmng., tho. pl iv off gang xxlth Ex .xnbxllln last ygpu The tt lm xxgnt on to clpturg tht Nlorthun half of tht lt zgue xxlth 4 xlttorx our Fort Atkln SOI'l 'lhn Pun Sponmud In T. XX. INOPTH Thest, 'um the outstwnding m -nl- bcrs of Edgerton 5 baseball te-am who lmve earned their letter. 67 L I I xx Ron Ron Roxx Run Pmx I Xrnuntvn C But! J Buxpu J Hoopt J Furseth J Vkllemar I' IXIILINID L Kathi D Stlrk C, krmth J NILIlg,NOI J Olstad 5 Saunderm I Knudsgn J Watbon E Jenson P 7LI'bUI10 0 Stokitad R W1lcox R Lxntxedt 'Vlr funk R Haxtfcll D Wllcox F' Mtlilwee B Bzebxman D McEIvuee R Frank J Haugen F Ltaln J Horton D Rust W bttmdl R Krucktnbcrg W Burm A Young 111 D Sttuns R Htllu P Btrrett J SIIOXNQIN R Brmxn I cam Lnda Successful Season Fox tht put tux wars tht Fdgerton B footbtll team hu had sucubsful stabons and thu year was fro Lxceptmn Coathtd bx John Cook thc mdubtrxal arts tcachel the team xecorded four vxmb one loss and one tt Thr. bum moxtlw fruhman ind Qophomorm gamad xaluable expcuentce ID the art of playing football and mjmui thtnuelxes hott xt ar most ot threat bow xxxll acc plentv of actxon Yxlth the warmtw 'IIIIQ Page SDOIISOIQCI by DOEPP S IEPAIP SFPX ICE and PAK L VS STAPIx HN 68 ' und nxt no the lttte x x 4 tt 'Ihe nm O1 tx t s tt ln the 1 la , - H 4 1, ' 1: i. I is 1. 9. 1 . ' . ts, . Q , , " ' '52 . . . , . .'r' . . ' ' . '- I . D. . '61 R. tfg tm, .5 if ' . 1 . 1 . . 3 ' . ' , as as f 1 1 , ' L L 1.5 . .1-' 5 by IA- 1 2 5 kv I ' I v - V' ' ' . . A . , , . , . , K , v , . n L Y L N 5 5 n, 4 S . 1 I Iict 'B I z ' 1 1' vin- m-rp mf the "B" -am. ' .j It-tt A' Winn -rs arc :ez Qd ' 1 f'rst 'J '. 1' as. ,. ? Nl T- -3 ' Row 1: R. Cleininson, F. McElwee, B. Biessman. Row 2: R. Geskc, J. Hoopcs. D. Jensen, E. Smith. J. Aiiflerson. F. Wilcmari. Row 3: K, Steindl, R. Heller, W. Stcindl, D. Wilcox, R. Hartnell. Row 4: Mr. Slotwinski, F. Learn, R. Kruckenberg. '6 " Team Again Scores Success The members of an outstanding "B" team played a season of good all-around basketball this year. The 'B' team won 14 out of 18 games. Each game was a thrilling one with all the boys doing their best to make it excit- ing. A few of the members graduated to the "A" team during the season, They were: R. Hartzell and Jack Anderson. Next year we hope and expect to have another good team. This Page Sponsored by NORTHERNAIRE and LEO'S SHELL SERVICE Students watch the thrilling perforniance of an out- standing "B" team. l 69 Ps Rim' li T. Wilt-inzin. J. Wait tin, J. Mengstil, J. Furseth. Ll, DeW4i1, J. Ruse, J. Sage, ll. LL-itz, W. Bulls, J. Juhnstri, H. I'I'llllk. Row 2: G. Stone. L. Gretebeck. L. Kahl. D. Stark. D. Menhall, T. Reilly. R. Reilly, D. Carlson, G. Lunde, M. Welch, F. Kurth. Row 3: R. De-War, R. Leilmess, E, Zischke. L. Christensen, D, Wileux, J. Schrneling. R. Steindl, H. Demrow, P, Reilly, R. Haried. R Tutsland, M. Hziried. Row 4: W. Bleiler, R. Moe, E. Manthey, T. Kelly, R. Strieker. D. Cmiirlzill, F. Ifllingson, R. Wilcox, R. Thronsoh, W. Beudle, T Sayre. R. Falk, D. IVlcElwee. Row 5: R. lNlessrner, R. Stearns, W. Lund, R. Struhbuseli, ll. llein, G. Trick, R, Heller, li. Zieruth, W. Sehoff, E. Wecker. D. Ruby, R. Ugluin, R. Zzibtvrek, R. Lyke. Ruw G: I.. Wt-scott, E. Ruosch, R. Rueks, S Miller, J, Wutstrir. I.. Knucisen, K. Steincll, J, Wilenizin. R. Balis, R. Brown, D. Peters, N. Geske, D. Shower. Row T: G. Larsen, R, Radke. J. Zaborek, D. Wentler, R. Kruckenberg, J. Horton, D. Jensen, R. Amundson, C. DeVoll, E. Jenson. R. Pettis, W. Rusch, J. Decker. P. Barrett, R. Ratzlaff, L. Bemis. Row 8: D. Vickers, A. Condon, F, Wilenian, J. Krueger. B. Mathison, J. Prater, C. Smith, R. Schultz, J. Reed, S. Saunxiers, D. Stearns, J. Olstacl. R. Nelson, L. Knudsen. R, Giese. Row 93 A. Decker, E. Quant. D. Ruby, J. Showers, VV. Burns. C. Schultz, R. Bosboh. F. Mclflwee, J. Reilly, R. Purnell. F. Learn, R. Geske. B. Ogden, B. Lund, O. Murwin. Ruw 10: J. Schott, G. Mutchler, F. Murwin, R Hartzell, R. Rust, R. Kruekenberg, W. Steindl. R. Rost, K. Kenseth, R. Krueger. R, Kleirnenhzigen. R. Dainks, R. Carlson. R. Nelwn. Archery "Shorpshooter" of E. H. S. , There me 137 buys in the Archery Club this year Constant practice by inenibers of the club results in keen Coin- petitiun hlllfzllg the buys.. The members wpentl inueh nt' their time perfecting their ztini. prepziriiig br-xx sliingf :incl inziking 11I'lHXX'r. lit-re are the ineinlwrs ut' 'l'liusty's 54 .vt-uiiieii pert'eetiiip: their :iim. ff., 5 This Page Spmisorecl by 5 WM. BIFK. lNSl'RANt"l'I K ztiirl lllAl.'l'tl 'l'll1'IA'l'llH 70 4 'v Row I D B.lrt7 Y Vtuerth S 'lcubert J Amundson M Xklllmun 'NI Curcx 'wlxss Sch llc: Ron Z J Iwld X Pjcrkf M Schoenlclclt D Brurner N B lndt J PC-xllw G Rexlx 'NI Hdrlan M Humke Row 3 J Dles E Kcnscth J Buxdlck E NILIIVSIU B Strobu ch D lX'IcI-Ilxxce R -Xnclcrson K Babcock J F1 ml J Teubcrt Rom 4 B Zalud B Rlcsc 'VI Lllefson R Pratcr P Mohr J Krucgcr I Buxfl-cnecht I Thronson D Xlclxcr How o Lund L Ruosch C Kruckenberg A Johnson P Dur ln NI Andclson A Anderson 'NI Geskc 5 Teu Row 6 D Nelson J Lentz J Gxese J Furseth A Walte s H Arthur K Tlifam B Houng F T1ffanv B Durgm R xx 1 P Garev E Roxxln A Roxxlnskl D Sunne C Ar 1 K Kruc L1 D Stone J Srhultl E Anderson Relllx C Stemxxeg Row 8 C Lnngcdvk B Hook K Sxunders S Ilntxcflt Schultz J c cr J Lord M Edxxdr OConnor D Tollcfson GAA SENIOR GIRLS HONORED The bovs ncnt thc onlv tlthletlclllx xnclmcd studcnts hcrc it IL H S ln thcn lctlwts hours thc members of the Guls -Xthleuc Assocmtlon' show thelr skllls ln sports such as baskctbdll softball and vollewball Semor g1rls who earn letters th1s wear wxll be honor cl dt a Mother Daughtcr banquet The offlcers are Pres1denc Kay Babcock Vxce Pres1dent Jamcc Lextz Trei urer Bcttw Duxgln Secretary Shxrlew Lmtxedt Soc'11lReprcsentat1xe Km Siunders lhe f -X-X members show then Nlxlll on the baslcetball court Tllls Pure Sponsmecl ln H EBbOll 8. SONS 71 fi , . l , ' , . , - I ra 'V Y . ' " ' ' ini. 3. 'f '?: e - fe QL - 3 ' -,,, 5 1 - 4 ' - , Q ' 5 : Q 9 A lr , 5 1 Q , n K ,,X,, 0 5 'X , ... -V . ffl J A NX v . , . Q ' ' 4 bert, A. Anderson, J. Moe, S. Johnsorr, O"2 . ,, V . " K , zhuf. . .T ., .. , .Y. . ' 1 '. z j- H , . ' , Sz I H .D. .l.Hrfl, J. H 1ll'. . ", . " ds, D. -B , . if . '..'A ' 1. I ' -5- . ' . ' -' L --,- fx- fx- , , 'Q E V. - ' ' ' ' ' " e ' - B . " 2 l 144 1 A 'i 1 Q A ' l' l , v K, Av. Row 1: L. Hanson, R. Krueger, A. Haylock, T. Scharfenberg, N. Burns, P. Woerth, L. Johnson S Rie dell, B. Young, J. Benash, M. Ciebell, C. Crable, J. Schmeling, A. Krueger, G. Anderson, K. Kenseth Ruosch, D. Lee. Row 2: Mrs. Zerbolio, J. Schooff. M. Lund, F. Hersteine, R. Radke, R. Vedvig, R. Steindl, B Moore T Bartz, W. Beedle, L. Johnson, S. Krueger, R. Rebholz, D. Bartz, D. Peters. E. Dallman, E. Zischke D Myen M Edwards, Miss Luessman. Row 3: C. Horn, N. Geske, D. Lee, J. Lord, T. Wilemarf, M. Welch, J. Heller, J. Stark, M. Condon J Heller G. Lynts, B. Hook. D Wikum, B. Hartzell. B. Durgin, J. Lord. CRIMSON SUPPORTERS INCL DE Shearer, Sumner and Falk Clinic Dr. G. F. Burpee, M. D. Dr. D. A. Cohen, M. D. Dr. F.C. Meyers, Dentist Drs. L. E. Dodson and J. J. Winn, Dr. F. C. Ross, Dentist Dr. F. W. Southworth, Dentist ll. W. Blanchard and D. J. Blanchard, Attorneys John lloethe, Attorney E. M. and R. E. Ladd, Attorneys Dentists 72 Mavis Beauty Shop Bill's Recreation l1atzlaff's Warehouse J. and F. Filling Station Mr. Leon Ellingson Martin A. Johnson, Painter Dr. V. ll. Vanstane, M. D. Newville Cafe rv 1-x QTCDS - I9 0 f i p fh J . In E 3 4' ' " w'-- 1 i.1 1 " 6- 05 I """' X M' I N ff, V N A , f' l X 1' '4 f' ? x L 1 fi X fy xl? X Q CALENDAR AND INDEX in ,ik A . , 1 19173 iP2FA'i SENIORS Balls. wvllllixm, 12. 40. 59. 42 Babcock Kay. 12. 44. 71. 42 Beedle. Wendell. 12. 70. 42 Bjerke. Mearle. 12. 46. 42 Brown. Frank. 13. 44. 67. 64. 49 Eurns. Richard. 13. 41 Carlson. Duane. 13. 40. 54. 63. .0. 64 Calder. Barbara. 13 Christensen. LaVerne. 14. 40. 41. 46, 63. 70 Ciebell. Mary. 14, 53, 50. 42 Condon. Marie, 14, 40. 59. 46. 62. 49 42 Crable. Charlene, 14. 53, 42 Dallman. Edna. 15 Dernrow, Harold. 15. 54, 67. 70 Doane. Virginia. 15, 51. 53 Durgin. Betty, 15, 71, 50. 42 Edwards. Mary Jo, 16, 59. 42 Falk, Robert, 16. 38. 59. 70. 65. 42 Frank, Judith, 16, 43, 71. 42 Fox, Roger, 16 Garey, Patsy, 17, 40. 44. 71, 412 Geske, Nancy. 17, 44. 71 Geske. Valerie. 17. 51. 53 Haugen, Bruce, 18, 40, 38. 41, 46, 54 Hartzell, Barbara, 18. 46. 60. 49, 42 Haried. Roger, 18, 70. 42 Hantke, Mary, 18, 11, 42 Hanson, Carol, 17, 59, 49. 42 Hestenes, Leila. 19, 40, 46, 57, 60, 49. 42 Heller. Joy. 19, 71, 50 Heller. Janice. 19. 42, 49 Hein. Herbert, 19, 70 Horton, Carol, 20, 40, 42 Horn, Charlotte. 20. 41, 42 Hook, Beverly, 20, 53, 71, 42 Jensen, Donna, 20, 44, 49 Johnson, Joy, 21, 49, 42 Johnson, Lois, 21 Johnson, Lester. 21. 47, 67, 63. 64. 42 Kelling, Frank. 26 Kjernes, Lyle, '22, 54. 42 Kopke. Eileen. 22, 41, 49, 42 Kruckenberg, Carol. 22, 71, 50, 42 Krueger, Shirley, 22, 51, 41. 46. 43. 49 Lane, Mary Sue, 23, 40. 38, 44, 59. 43, 49, 42 Langedyk. Carol, 23. 53, 71 Larson, Ruth. 23. 42 Leitz. Janice, 23, 59. 71, 42 Lintvedt. Shirley, 24, 51. 71, 50 Lord. Janet, 24. 40, 71, 42 Lord. Jean, 24, 71, 42 Lund, Marilyn, 24, 51, 50. 49 Lunde, George, 25, 44, 54, 60, 70, 42 Lynts, George, 25, 44, 66. 65, 49 Martin. Ruth Ann. 25. 44. 49. 42 Millard, Roger, 25. 67, 63. 42 Nelson, Dorothy, 26. 53. 71. 50, 42 Nelson. Rolland. 26. 41 Peters, David, 26. 54 Preston, Jeff, 26 Rebholz. Rosemarie, 27. 40. 51. 46, 4. 60. 42 Reilly. Phillip. 27. 40, 70 Rost. Ronald K . 27, 59, 60. 67, 63. 70 64. 49 Rowinski. Arlene. 27. 44. 59. 71 Ruoseh, Betty. 28. 50. 42 Sadowskt. Barbara. 28. 53. 50. 42 Saunders. Kay. 28. 53, 71. 50. 42 4 Sayre. Thomas. 26, 63. 70. 64, 42 Scharfenberg. Thomas. 29. 44, 46. 60 67. 63. 66, 64. 42 Sehmcling, John. 29. 40. 6.. 63, .0 66. 49 St-hoof. Janet. 29. 49, .. Schultz. Darlene, 29. 53. 71 Schultz. Carl. 30, 64 Severson. Patricia, 30. 53. 42 Slagg. John, 30 4-1 Sleight, Jean. 30, 38. 59. 46. 43. 47. 42 Stark. Judy. 31. 44, 60 4 1 J gr' li' Steindl, Roger, 31, 46, 54. 70 Sunne, Darlene. 31. 51, 71 Stearns, Milton. 31, 67. 63. 64 Thronson. Ronald. 32, 67. 70. 64 Tiffany, Worth, 32. 54. 67. 63 Tollefson, Stanley 32. 67 Wagner, Ruth, 32 VVelch, Martin. 33. 44, 54, 70 Wentler. Duane. 33, 70 Wikum, Diane, 33. 59, 46. 60. 49. 42 Wileman. Thomas. 33. 46, 44. 41. 40. 57. 49 Woerth. Patricia. 34. 43, 49, 42 Young. Barbara. 34. 71. 50. 42 Zaborek. Richard, 34. 63. 70. 49 Zischke, Earl. 34, 54. 63. 70. 64. 42 JCNIORS Anderson. Anita. 35, 43. 71 Anderson. Elaine. 35, 71. 50 Anderson, John. 35, 67. 63. 66. 69 Anderson, Ruth. 35. 41. 71 Arthur, Helen. 35. 44, 71. 42 Barfkneeht, Jean, 35, 71 Biessman, Bruce. 35, 54. 68. 63. 56. 69, 64 Burdick, Rita, 35, 41. 48, 43 Condon, Allen, 35, 54, 70 Connors, Paul. 35. 44. 60, 49 Crandall, Donald, 35, 46, 70. 65 Crandall, Miriam. 35, 41, 49 Decker, Allan, 35, 54, 70 Deignan, Martin. 35. 40, 44, 46, 60, 67. 63, 66, 65, 64, 42 DeVo11, Bobby, 35, 38. 64 De'vVar, Gerald, 35, 54, 70 Dorn, Delores, 49 Dowling: Doris, 35, 43, 49, 42 Dresser, Muriel, 35, 44, 46, 43, 60. 49, 42 Edwardson, Joyce, 35, 41, 53 Edwardson, Robert, 35, 51, 54, 63, 64 Elliott, Alfred, 35 Frank, Rudolf, 35, 40, 54, 68, 70 Furseth, Janet, 35, 51, 71 Gaarder, Gary, 35, 54 Giese, Jeanette, 35, 51, 60, 71 Gilbert, James, 35, 54 Haried, Marvin, 35, 44, 70 Haugen, John, 35, 68 Haugen, Roger, 35, 38. 44, 41 Henry, Alice, 35, 40, 46, 50, 49. 42 Higgins, Virgina, 35, 53, 50 Hollo, Betty, ,35, 49, 42 Houfe, Richard, 35, 41, 42 Houfe, Thomas, 35, 41, 42 Johnson, Grace, 35, 51, 49 Kelly, Theodore, 35, 70 Kruekenberg, Robert, 35, 63, 70, 66 Krueger, James, 35, 38, 63, 70 Kurth, Floyd. 35, 70 Ladd, Nancy. 35, 40, 44. 43, 62, 49, 42 Leikness, Shirley, 35, 51, 53, 50 Lietz, Wendell, 35, 54 Lintvedt, Richard, 35, 38, 46. 43, 47. 68, 63, 65, 49, 42 Lohrman, Robert, 35, 49 Lund. Willard, 35, 70 Mathison, Robert, 35, 54, 70 Marsden, Kaye. 35, 50 MeCaffery. Jerry, 35, 46. 43. 47, 63. 65, 64, 49, 42 Mclilwee, Dorothy, 35, 71 MeElwee. Donald. 35, 41. 54. 68. 70. 66 Messnxer. Richard. 35. 54. 70 Miller, Stanley, 35. 40. 54. 63, 70. 66 64 Nicolaus, Ronald, 35. 54 O'Connor, Darlene. 35. 40, 62. 71 Prater, Jack. 35, 63, 70. 66. 64, 42 Pratt, William, 35. 41, 47 Quam. Eric. 35, 41. 54. 70 Radke. Richard. 35, 70 Ratzlaff, Roger. 35. 40, 54. 70. 42 Raymond, Barbara. 35. 51, 43, 47. 60 Reierson, David, 35 .At UH is This Paige Sp0ns0i'e-fl lv, WAYNI-l llIiMliNX1'.-XX ui ' 'J' X' M I -u 1 1 "' 'A4f 1 :N R .ww 1 . X 32 I -1 aweg Y? 1 , E 1:31 S ,i K K. - n . b' ' fd J Q x I Q if "N MV A A : K B , U 2" '- L .. . X 'WUQQL x .1', ' 1, . 1 Xl ' f "'J llx x. -, ' Y .L M 9' , IA . A fx A 'Niko , 'I fs. .I J . ., 'Ih'. P'g Spons ' 1 lv' EDFERTON BEAL IX f'HOI ' d EDC B1 FUN CAXIRI A QHOP 5' 5 - J , 'Q' ' T 'gfwy cf." 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W d rd: ', F-l. 24 - M'lt C ll B d Friday, Jan. 29 - Edgerton 66, Milton Lnion e nes U , t i I on 0 ege an as gave a very enjoyable program for students. . , F "d' ', M' 'h 26--Ed 't l' ' d h t A ' l- Friday, Feb. 5-Wisconsin High 26, Izdgeiton H M MC get on pine OS m xo 19. leyball tournament in which we placed second. Friday, Feb. 12-Edgerton 58, Monroe 51. Friday' April 16-26-Spring vacatlon' Saturday. Ft-ii. 1:1-F011 mins rzdgei-ton 72-70. APN' 3" ' Mal' 2-Class mp' Thursday. Feb. 18-Edgerton 63, Lake Mills May 8-uhnewatcr Muslc Contest' "'- May 15-Prom. Friday, Feb. 19-Teachers meet at Madison. Tuesday, June llcluss Ijayx Friday, Feb. 26-Stoughton defeats Edgerton yyednesday and Thursday, June 2 and 3 - 'i5'4H' Second semester exams. Tliursday, Mar. el - Edgerton is defeated in Thu,-Sday, Jung 3-C0n,,ne,wen,e,,t. opening tournament game by Stoughton 62-56. Friday, June 4-School concludes. 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