Edgerton High School - Crimson Yearbook (Edgerton, WI)

 - Class of 1958

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FISCHER Citizenship, Spanish I and II, Freshman ClassAdvisor, Volleyball, Tennis Lawrence College B. A. HENRY T' RUSYCZYK The Road of Life --With U. S. History, World His- tory, Sophomore Class Advisor, Discussion, Foren- sics Milton College B. S. University of Wisconsin M.S. Mixed emotions are encountered as a new problem is presented by Mr. Kunkel. The solution seems impossible until they begin a discussion. JOHN H RUNKEL Soclal and ELUUOITIIC Pro blCmS Wmld HISIKJFY Crlm mm Buhmoss Adxlsor Publlc Rolatmns School Publlcltx Ldxxlnnge Collngn B A RUSSELL P. BAUER Assisstant High School Principal, Alegbra, Science, Physics, Lyceum Attend- ance, Ticket Sales, Ushering, Milk Program Milton College B. A. University of Wisconsin MARVIN O. THOSTENSON Assistant High School Plincipal, Applied Math, Geometry, Advanced Math, C a 1 c u l u s, Audio-Visual Aides, Work Experience, Guidance, Archery, Future Teachers of America, Public Address Systems Beloit College B. A. University of Wisconsin Atomic Age Calls For Ji iii When you are puzzled about your math problems Mr Thos tenson is always ready to give a helping hand The geometrx students study everything from triangles to theorems 12 tj, Q . 'ff ' : 'if' ' tiaf - i 1527 KES' " ,fe , if More Science- - Math Ili LAWRENCE PENNEWELL Biology, Citizenship, Head F o o t b a ll Coach, Future Nurses of America Cznrroll College B, S, Sing a song of sulphur, beaker full of lime. Four and twenty test tubes, breaking all the time. When the cork is lifted, the fumes begin to reek. Isn't it an awful mess to clean up twicc a xvecx. KATHERINE G. SALZWEDEL Home Economics, Chemis- try, Guidance, Future Homcmakers of America Wisconsin State College Stevens Point B. RUTH E. DJUPMAN English, Library, Forensics Lawrence College B. A. Reading and Speaking wav' A Well organized and efficient library requires work on thc part of the student librarians. The students make good use of its facilities. G. KEITH HOLFORTY English, Journalism, Driver Educati,on, Drama Club Forensics, Crimson Editorial Advisor, T a tl e r y School Dramatics Lawrence College B. S. 14 Everyone in the journalism class pitches in when the Tat- lcr comes out. No one finds it hard to keep busy. Complete a Days Agenda EUNICE M. MITCHELL English, Psychology, For- ensics, Guidance Wooster College B. A. Western Reserve University M, A. . r max X Dxkf LAVERNE R. MEYER English, Forensics, Guid- ance, Cheerleading Wisconsin S t a t e College, Oshkosh B. A. W A Xia Coordination Helps To This may not be a well organized basketball game, but everyone seems to be having a good time. The activities of the physical education class- es take in all sports. LARRY TUTTLE Physical Education, Athle- tic Director, Head Basket- ball and Baseball Coach, "B" Football Coach, Arch- ery, Letter Club University of Wisconsin B. S. Girls, too, arc interested in volleyball. In gym clzisscs. they are given thc opportiliiity to show their abilities. Develop the Student Speed is the key word in this action picture. Xgeksei :ill gym class involved in a tense game of CAROLYN H. RAMAIKA S e a ' Physical Education, Girls Athletic Assn. University of Wisconsin B, S. Our pep band is a pleas- ant addition to the excite- ment and spirit of the bas- ketball games. Everyone looks forward to their ren- ditions of present "tops and DODS-" CARL li. MENGERT Art Superx'iso1', Girls' Crafts Milwaukee State B. S. Their Da Consists of Music, BETTY G. BIELEFELD Choruses Northwestern University B. M. E., M. A. ttPractice makes perfect" is the phrase often quoted by Mr. Schober. The band members work hard for their public appearances. RALPH R. SCHOBER Bands Mllwaukee State B S Murals, and Lots of Patlence Smgmg IS mixed chorus 1S both en of the1r yearly schedule IQ the Sprmg Jmable and beneflclal The Mam event Festxxal at Whltewater l STANLEY H. ORE Agriculture. Future Farmers of America, Guidance Platteville S t 21 t e College B. E., University of Wiscon- sin M. S. . 'z Q IRENE K. SILVERWOOD Stenography, Bookkeeping, Personal T y p i n g , Junior Class Advisor Whitewater State B. E. ocational Courses "Eyes on your book, hips to the back of your chair, and feet on the floor. again!" This is a phrase often heard by typing students. JANET R. COOK ir., Keys To Our Future it RICHARD G. BICE Industrial Arts, Senior Class Advisor, Stage Crew, Furniture Refinishing, Home Mechanics, Guidance Stout College B. S, H o m e Economics Future Homemakers of America, Guidance Stout College B. S. I H g Dinners, demonstration, and discussions are all part of these girl's home-ee classes. By working in "kitchens," they learn the necessary steps in preparing a meal. ,, Ch- Agacf ,170 QXF gg T!!! 16-Z'7vX'Al.!c ff lu X ef A Tj G W fe, so 4 6-Q f , fynlc L45 X!! 7 I ,ul-,f, .QV-1 ,L LW 4 n ,fiat mf wafers A 1 ff l K ,gifs X 7 . 21 09" QED Senlor Hrgh Cnhool Custodlans Ralph Johnson and Lawrence Kepp 22 Bus Drivers, Frank Hook, Richard Lokken, Paul Burns, Bill Burns, Harry Buhrowsy John Disrude, and Robert Gul- lickson. Wlth Then' Concern and Help Kitchen E m p l 0 y e e S , Lenore Smithback, Elizabeth Borde, Jane Sanford, and Geneva Hodge. School Is Made More Enjo able -...,-gh 'X ,Z As the noon bell rlngs every one makes thelr way down to the hot lunch room Th1S goxernment supported program IS offered to the students at a reasonable pr1ce . 1 'A Y .fi X f . '-we-, K 'W f- I ,f "wif -1 V ' ' f . N In fgfvf, . Y . r . Y . f A Qs I .--i wx 'la Va NX vac? gf,-' 'gr 3 5 ix MF gm . 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Q fe, We x xv ff if I ,Q A 'W xx? , . fgxbrr I QQJCR ei , , I mn'1:h ""U'f0" Now a ev'-v...,.,,,,-k...,,,,,,, .Vgg 31 Q Q Seniors present . . . my K CRIMSON-BUSINESS COMMITTEE Seated: Erdahl, R., Watson, T Editor, Eastman, J.g Mr. Runkel Row 2: Stone, D., Leitz Brandt, R.: Orc, T., Hantkc, T Stokstad, S. Jo Anne Jenson, Editor in-chief, Mr. Holforty Advisor, and Edith Walk er, Junior Assistant Edi tor. P2 11125 C URRICULUM, FACULTY AND ADMINISTRATION Editor Pat Deignan, right, and her two assistants Judy Rime and Jackie Staff. Crimson CRIMSON-CLASSES Seated: Allen, L., Davis, S., Edi- tor, Lund, J., Rime, S., Thron- son, G. Row 2: Wecker, M., Wick, J,g Hanson, K., Ide, M., Burns, B., Murwin, J., Mayfield, L. sw ,, ij., I 3. El is CRIMSON ACTIVITIES Row 1: Lenox, L., Hclgestad, J. Haug0I1. B.: Jenson E., editor Row 2: Freberg, J.: Rebholz, E. Messmer. J., Schultz, A. Row 3 Schieldt, R., Slinde, J., Harring- ton, D., Meyers, F., Thostenson, B ' 'Q Q 3 x S 4 4 . ? CRIMSON ORGANIZATIONS STAFF Row 1: Johnson, R., Fulton, B., Ahrensmeyer, S., Wil- liams, K., editor. Row 2: Walker, E., Langedyk, S., Ku- bly, L., Boyles, S. Row 3: Gray, C.: Olson, J., Moss, M., Speer, C., Bieck, J. CRIMSON PHOTOGRAPHERS Left to right: Jerry Schwartzlow and Gary Tiffany. ART AND LAYOUT Editor Julie Staff and her assis- tant Peter Wescott. CRIMSON SPORTS Row 1: Ticknor, J., Olson, J., Menhall, D. Standing: Scharfen- erg, G., Editor. Row 2: Oberg, D., Schoenfeld, W., Stricker, D., Bramer, F., McCaffery, R. Row l Mrs Salzxxedel Advisor Witt C, Radko M Gessert J Falliffant J Young J Phillips A Ron 2 Reel M Ward C Roant, K Lund K Balls I GIHX C Boyles L Fisher F Row 3 Strieker B Borehert D L1et7 .I Marsdtn J Rippbugu A Anderson A Hogan R Hoxnbostel L Row 4 Johnson B Purnell L Blamhard Vl Crandall D Nelson A Wilcox M Fax D McG1enn P Farrington M Stepping Stones to Better 28 Elsie Re-bholz president ot senior FHA na present at the first meeting of the Fresheen F H A group She explained and described the true m inff of F.H.A. At this meeting the liroupx g 'il was cstablished for the year . . . To promote the in- terest and understanding of the use of home eco- nomies in school and out." After serving the F.F.A. boys their annual ban- quet, the F.H.A. girls take time out to eat. if Row 1 Mrs Cook Pullex L Nielson C Haxlock S Julseth M Rebholz E Hanson K Lenox L Ron 2 Anderson C Czeehowitz 'Vi Crandall M Mrrsden R Allen L Staff J Hartzell E Schieldt R MeGoxe1n V Row 3 Sehieldt R Stokstad S Rune C Freberff J Kepp J Helffestad J Menhall 'Vl Thronson G Speel S Row 4 Bosbon D Burns J Waldex E Kexsten J Maxson K Strasburg B Melntx re P Wallmow G Mawtield K Walker E Row :J Wick J Gunderson L Borrhert E Ahrensmexer S Wredberff S Anderson J Anderson J Schwersinski I Foss P Haugen B w 6 Fulton B Manson M Q'lI1lfJ1CiJ Ahicnsinuei S Witson M Willa L n n W is B10 Homes Is Goal of F H A Ottieus ot the club ue President Fare Fisher xice president Sue Tieknor seeretarx Karin Roang treasurer Jeanne Fariinffton reporter Rosemary Ho an historian Karen Lund pailia mentarian Bonnie Strieker' social representative Ardis Nelsong program chairman, Linda Hornbos- tal' recreation leader. Jo Elltn Gessert, Advisors "re Mrs. Cook and Mrs, Salzweclel. Chapter Nlothrr was Mrs. William Burns. "What F,l-IA. Means to M1-," is the skit the girls are preparing to present to other rnernbers. Fx NQ4.. Future Farmers of America officers from left to right are: Jerry Brown, Roger Swenson, Ronald Johnson, Charles Bowen, David Harrington, and James Slinde. Sixty boys met every Wednesday activity hour under the supervision of Mr. Stanley H. Ore, ag- riculture instruetor. The following officers were elected at the beginning of the year: President, Ronald Johnson: vice president, Charles Bowen. sentinel, Roger Swenson: treasurer, David Herring- ton, reporter, James Slindeg chaplain, Jerry Browng and secretary, Ronald Sehieldt. F.F.A. Members Strive to 8 x nn Row 1: Stricker. R.: Swenson, R., Mr. Ore, Advisorg Nelson, T.: Sherman, T.: Somrnervold. R. Row 2: Rousch Ag Wileman, C.: Nagel, T.: Madsen, J., Sayre, E.: McBride, O., Murwin, A. Row 3: Stone, R.g Slinde J Tt fanny, K.: Nelson, R.g Sehieldt, R.: Loofboro, R. Row 4: Voight, D.: Plumb, R.g Stanke, R., Sehieldt, K.: Patti gon. J.: Simpson, R.: Mayfield. L. 30 Participating in corn growing contests. judging livestock. and taking various educational trips. were a few of the activities ot' this group. The highlight for all the F.F.A. boys was their banquet. held on February 20. Awards were given at the banquet for the most outstanding boy in corn growing, tobacco raising, livestock enterprizes. public speaking. parlianientarian. lamp of knowl- edge. and quartet singing. F.F.A. boys quartet sing. "Moving Along" at the annual banquet. Improve Local Farming Methods ' 'F' "sf J., 2:5 Row 1: Leitz. D.: Johnson, R.: Harrington, D.: Mr, Ore, Advisor: Johnson, L.: Brickson, S. Row 2: DeWar, R.: Goede, R.: Bowen. C.: Knudsen. L.: Graf, R.: Johnson, R.: Hanson, D. Row 3: Barrett, W.: Burns, R.: Fur- seth, C.: Jenson, T.: Bicck, D.: Goode. L.: Lewis. H, Row 4: Hanson, G.: Dahl, G.: Hantke, T.: Kahl. K.: Johnson, P.: Condon. J.: Brown, J.: Ames. D. 31 Row Row Row Row plea Schartenberg G McCaffery R Brandt B Mr Thostenson Roethe J Krueger D Wedeward W af J Boyles S Purnell L Johnson D Fay D W1Ck G Staff J Lund Gray B1eck M Aegerter T W1tt R Stanford S Gessert J Ide M Mussehl A Teubert P Walder E DaV1s S W1ll1ams K Mueck D Olson J Rebholz E Marsden J Anderson H Kmlery S Sam Row a Jenson E Hello C Shower K Johnson B Selxog J Ellefson M Messmer J Hayes H T1cknor J Olson J Trolhet D AldS Prospectlve Teachers XX, NM' Fxlms are apprehensxve to students lookmg to teaching as a career I M, al Watchmg and dxscussmg INOVILS that deal wlth varlous problems future teachers Wlll have to lace constltuted the Weeklv meetmgs of the Future Teachers of Amerlca Th1s act1v1tys most valu able asset was g1v1ng members the opportumty of haxmg actual experience m the teachlng profes s1on H1gh school students were g1ven thelr cho1ce of f1eld and grade and then made arrangements to spend a spec1f1ed tune each week w1th that class They proved to be a great help to the teacher glV mg a1d whenever necessary Thls valuable ex per1ence helped the student to select h1s tuture f1eld of teachmg and proved whether or not he IS good teacher mater1al Offlcers were Presldent Jack Olson uce pres1 dent Gary Scharfenberg soclal representatxve Jul1e Lund secretary Joan Anderson and treas urer Dan Oberg Adv1sor was Mr Marvm Tho tenson FUTURE NURSES Students interested in nursing were participants in Future Nurses. Meetings held each Wednesday, were under the supervision of Mr. Don Smith. Discussions were held on different phases Of nurs- ing and qualifications required. Nurses of the community spoke on nursing and students were given a chance to ask them ques- tions. Representatives from Grant and Michael Reese Hospitals came to meetings and slides were shown of the hospitals. The slides showed what a nursing career consists of. Girls are given a chance to ask questions. Through this activity, girls had the op- portunity to foresee what the field of nursing has in store for them. Officers elected: President, Marilyn Weckerg """'4 vice-president, Kathy Lockg secretary-treasurer, Judy Rimeg and social representative, Ann Peter- bon' Officers of future nurses: Kathy Locke, Ann Pet- erson, Judy Rime and Marilvn Wecker plan sched ule for the coming year Future Girls in White Rott 1 Rei rson D Witt C Lock K Vlexers J Hunt J Hubred J Rauworth T Row 2 Mr Smith Oliver L Anderson B Anderson J Ward C Vlathison C Maier D Johnson J Pierce K Row 3 Blanchard 'VI Cox A Ruosch H Rudoll S Crandall D Johnson R Strohbush D Murwin J Peterson A Row 4 Olson N1 Mueck D Paulson J Helgestad B Ellis D Kersten J Lee B Rime J Row 5 Sahr M Weckei M Christianson J Bobb Vl Raymond P Mathison C Shower S Connors K Manthey J Her manson D Olson M S117 'ir' Row 1 Scharfenberg G McCaffery R Jenson A lVlr Hamburg Ore T Harrmgton D Row 2 Staff J Stokstad S Sch1eldt R Anderson C Speer S Staff J Allen L Row3 Frank M Langedyk S Rlme J Baucr N Speer C Anderson J Anderson J Bowen C Rovs 5 Olson J Pearson I Slmde J Stcalns G Burns R Bobb M Wescott P Tlcknor J tudent Body Supervlslon Is Conducted Lets keep 1t qulet IS a fam111a1 ex presslon that comes from all hall mom tors Our staff conslsted of about thu' tv students from the classes They were elected through study halls durmg the f1rst month ot the school year The se lectlon was chosen accordlng to grades d1sc1pl1ne and other factors bx the teachers Wearmg Jeans to school has been abolxshed and the few ottcndcrs WLIC dealt wxth by a LOIl'l!Tl1ttLf. of hall mom tors who scrxed on Jeans court Students representing each class make lmportant decxslons conccrnlng such thlngs as choosmg school thmgs and gradu itlon announcement: '34 .. ... R, V, . 441 -S L. :.. 4? Q f - e K .f, 1 1- A M f . V . X f G 0 , 4 i I il 'r ,-1 sz,-9 ' ,- 1,-S - y -1 , .Z - , J- , -Z H -5 , - I , -I , 'S I J,g Walker, E.: Eastman, J.g Freberg, P.g Boyles, S.g Burns, B. Row 4: Ahrensmeyer, S.g Edwards, N.g W1ck, .1 .1 , -5 ,-5 ,.: ,- ': . , -1 2 vs ' S. 'I , .1 , -Q . -Q Y - O O k LA ' ' ' 'Y' " . ,- , ' - x . , x - i ' 7 ' ' ' v X 'E ., . . 1 X Af 1 X "y X-B. ,1 I 1 ' XX t V- v fx 'x A ' u v K A ., Scharfenberff G VXCCXJHLIX R arson Bowen C B Capable Schoolmates Chosen from the hall momtors were s1x offlcers who make up the Student COUHC11 They met whenever poss1b1e to d1scuss 1mportant matters Wh1Ch W111 better our school Bemg a member of student government has al ways been the top student honor acqu1red at Ed gerton We take great prlde IH showmg that our students can take the res1,ons1b1l1tx of controllmg much of the schools busmess er Burns B Conme Speer pres1dent of Student COUDCII as sumes 1eadersh1p of governmg the student body One of the biggest projects in Edgerton, carried on by members of the Youth Coun- cil, was the organizing of a youth center. The center is located in one of the old grade school buildings, with rooms for dancing, card playing, and lounging. The youth cen- ter was open to all the members on Saturday nights, and will be carried on during the summer months, too. Youth Council also provided skating par- ties, Sunday afternoon bowling, and dances. This organization met every two weeks at the City Hall. Officers were: President, Ellen Jenson, vice- president, Edith Walker, recording sec- retary, Nancy Edwards, corresponding sec- retary, Pat Deignan, and treasurer, Gary Scharfenberg. Youth Center provides entertainment and fun for every one. Council Backs Building and Fun Row 1: Scharfenberg, G., McCaffery, R., Jenson, E., Davis, S., Deignan, P., Jenson, J., Edwards, N. Row 2: Speer, S., Peterson, A.,Staff, J., Hornbostel, L., Stricker, B., Roang, K., Boyles, S., Fisher, F. Row 3: Ticknor, S., Gessert, J., Fessenden, C., Stanford, S., Roethe, J., Walker, E., Staff, J., Wileman, D., Farrington, J. Row 4: Williams, K., Moss, M., Speer, C., Langedyk, S., Anderson, J., Ahrensmeyer, S., Rebholz, E., Hanson, K., Burdick, D. Row 5: Ebbott, P., Burns, R., Trolliet, D., Ore, T., Jenson, A., Menhall, D., Thostenson, R., Ahrensmeyer, S., Wille, L., Connors, K. fr :Y ,,,:, , at I Row 1: Love, D.1 Zwergel, C.g Mrs. Meyer, Advisor, Kallner, D., Gray, C. Row 2 Speer, S.g Czechowitz, M.g Peterson, A., Gray, C., Fisher, F. Row 3: Lenox, L.g Sam- pica, S., Purnell, L., Rime, J., Kubly, L., Anderson, C. Memorization of Declamations Forensics proved to be a popular activity with the students of E. H. S. A large number of students participated in the elimination contest held at Edger- ton to determine who would go on to the Badger League contest in Stoughton on March 15. Twenty students were chosen to represent Edgerton. Four students, Jim Myers, Cherry Gray, Sharon Stanford and Sarah Ahrensmeyer received A ratings. They, in turn, represented Edgerton in the District contest in Fort Atkinson on March 22. Sarah Ahrensmeyer, receiving an A rating, went on to represent Edgerton in the State contest held in Madison on April 12, where she received another A in rank. The activity was a success due to the fine supervision of the advisors. Many students learned important lesssons in speech under their able direction. A vote of thanks is given to Mrs. LaVerne Meyer, Mr. Henry Ruszczyk, Mrs. X Eunice Mitchell, Mrs. Ruth Djupman, and Mr, G, Keith Holforty. Jim Myers is one of the hard working students who practices before English classes in preparation for forensics meet for Badger conference. 37 fx Seated: Fay, D., Lenox, L., Staff, J.g McGovern, V. Standing: Roethe, J., Shower, S.: Mr. Rusyzcykg Ahrensmeyer, S., Deignan, P., Bruni, J. Present Facts - Give Views These students discuss intelligently the problems that deal with economics. 38 What's the topic? The members of discussion will bebate it. This year, the discussion group had three meetings. One was held here on the topic of Foreign Aid. The sec- ond was held at Fort Atkinson and the last one at Monona Grove. Anyone who wishes, may go out for discussion. All prep- aration is done on the individuals own time. This year the memerg were: Lois Lenox, John Roethe, Pat Deignan, Julie Staff, Sarah Ahrensmeyer, Sylvia Shower, Vera Nlc- Govern, James Bruni, and Diane Fay. The advisor of this group is Mr. Henry Rusyczyk, who was a great help in finding references and getting students prepared for thc discussion. Row 1 Brandt R Ellefson D Mrs DJupman Uglum R Quam D Hantke T Row 2 Reel M Boyles L Mathison C 'Vlaier D Pierce K Sommerfeldt B Row 3 Borchert D Leitz J Marsden J Anderson M Anderson B Anderson J Stritt matter K Row4 Tiegs L Musseh1A Fessenden C Thronson G Murwin J Crandall M Marsden R Farrington J Row5 Lock K Selxog J Geske G Mab son F 'Vlanz K Sayre E Sahr, J Ticknor S Alds to Llbrar F acllltles Library Club consisted of thirty-eight students divided into two groups meeting on Monday and Tuesdays. Each group was divide into five sec- tions, each having a separate duty. These duties were: Taking care of magazine rack, bulletin boards, magazine room, making book repairs, and checking books in study hall. Officers for the club were: President, Gloria Thronsong vice president, Kathy Lockeg and secre- tary-treasurer, Ron Rcckard. Advisor was Mrs. Ruth Djupman. Two girls taking correspondence courses for this activity are Marlys Crandall and Jean Selvog, sg , Q 'ff il School library work includes checking through all books for necessary repairs. Most of the work of the Drama Club is outside of the activity hour itself. Its forty members met every Tues- day activity period. An annual all-school play was pre- sented at Christmas time called, "A Child Is Born." The club was divided into three groups each present- ing a one-act play. Members of the faculty judged the participants according to their performance. The best group performance was taken to see a professional pro- duction in Madison. Members are in charge of make-up and costumes of every play produced. The participants in this activity learn about acting and the essential things that make a production possible. Advisor of this group was Mr. G. Keith Holforty, who gives his time to direct the plays. Officers elected at mid-year were: President, Jean Falligantg vice presi- dent, Faye Fischer: and secretary-treasurer, Carol Niel- son. Recently elected dramatics officers for the com ing year are, left to right, Carol Nielson, secretary Faye Fisher, vice-presideit: Jean Falligant, pres ident. Present Thrilling Performances Row 1: Kahl, R.: Love, D.: Mr. Holfortyg Brandt, R.: Wecker, M.: Kahl, K. Row 2: Anderson, M-3 CYHHCIHII. Nl.: Evans. J.: Lund, K.: Gray, C.: Boyles, L.: Fischer, F. Row 3: Boyles. S.: Strasberg, B.: McIntyre, B.: Rime, J.: Oberdeck, C.: Hanson, J.: Anderson, C.: Fay, D. Row 4: Kiniery, S.: Olson. J.: Falligant, J.: Burdick, D.: Gessert, J.: Pur- nell, L.: Hicks, J.: DeWar, K.: Frank, M.: Ide, M. Row 5: Christianson, J' Burdick G' Mueck C.: Evans, J.: Connors, K.: Mueck, D.: Sampica S.: Nielson, C.: Nelson, C.: son, K. I 5 x 4 X .f s 1- AA. QQ Row 1: Winneshick, E., Uglum, R., Mr. Bice, Advisor, Schumacher, K., Slagg, R. Row 2: Oswald, L., Sayre, E., Valley, L.g Nelson, R., Bowen, C. Stars Behind the Scenes 1 ff 291 Hold it steady! Props are made by the steady hands of the stage crew boys get- ting ready for the next performance. The stage crew boys were kept busy painting flats for background, installing incidental lighting, ,and taking care of curtain calls at plays and assemblies. A stage crew member assisted anyone who used the stage for a program. They took care of the lights and public ad- dress system. Their work was done during study hall, after school, and after supper. At their meetings each Thursday, repairs were made on the props, supplies were accounted for, and an in- ventory was taken. Advisor of this group was Mr. Richard Bice. Stage manager for the year was Keith Schumacher. 41 K, , 9 BJ 'film Girls interested in art, show their creative ability in craft work. Girl's Crafts consisted of twenty girls, which were divided into two sections. One group met on Monday, thc othcr met on Wednesday. Craft work included such projects as batik, en- arneling, stenciling, and textile work. The girls. also worked on making earrings, pins, cuff-links, and pictures. This group is under the direction of thc art supervisor, Mr. Carl Mengert. Display kills in Handicraft Row 1: Schultz, A., Schultz, S,, Gray, H,, Hubred, J., Manz, K., Simonsen, D. Row 2: Schoff, A., Pcrlebcrg, P., Marsden, N., Evans, J., Johnson, J., Fuchs, S., Sommcrfeldt, B. Row 3: Lyke, A., Witt, R., Gower, P.,Long, P., Davis, V., Phillips, A., Crandall, D. ' .14 W S CD 3 ' 1 ' r Row 1: Donstad, J.g Jenson, N.g Jenson, A.gMr. Bice' Sahr M: Schultz S. Row 2: Rimc C.g Maier, D.3 Fessler, J.g Bieck, S4 Fuchs, S.: Pierce, K: McGovern, V Row 3 Speei S.g Rime, S.g Staff, J.: Schieldt, R.g Balis, R.g Danks, P.g Phillips, Sf Finn Row 4 1- monson. D.g Rauworth, T.g Julseth, M.g Havlock, S.: Rebholz, E: Foss P Rousch H Kersten, J. Row 5: Messmer, B.3 Manson K.' Sanford J.' Robinson J Hickethier W.: Wescott, P.g Teubert, J.g Raymond, P. What We Do Makes ld Look New Through this activity old furniture was made to look like new. Participants brought their own furniture from home. They learned the process of refinishing the furniture and give it an attrac- tive new coat of varnish or paint. This activity met on Tuesday in the industrial arts room under the supervision of Mr. Richard Bice. Thirty-nine students were participants in this group, Refinishing old furniture is quite a task, but the participants think the finished product is worth the time. 43 'Q Row 1 Watson R Donstad J Jenson N Mr B1ce Sherman T Clark E Row 2 Mc C'1ll J Anderson J Mathlson C Ma1er D B1GCk S Wedeward D Fuchs S Row 'S Anderson J Ruosch H Murwm A Bleek M Johnson R Graf R Johnson D Gunderson P Ron 4 Barrett W Louls R Reynolds M Balke D Slmonson D Walker U Frank M Lee B Row5 Dahl J HlCkGthlCF Y Hanson J Max fleld L Demonstratlons ln Home RCP3lPS Do wou know how to rel, acc a fuse the proper wax to dr1ve nalls or use a screw drlvert If not home mechanlcs IS a helpful actlvlty Through thu orgamzatmn xou learn the tools used around thc home and how to use them properlx The group was dlVld6d 1n two scct1ons whlch met exerw 'Vlondax and Frldav undel supervlslon of lVlr Rlchard B1ce Thls act1v1tx cons1sted of fortx two bow and glrls Scttmg up c1rcu1ts IS one of the many th1HgS learned through home mechamcs which can be apphed around home if W H I ' -G. ,. 'N .. 1 1 A ,V i o 3 I . . . . ' . . , , - ' H 'S 7 'Y 3 '9 ' 1 Y 'y Y ' ' 1- -1 . -5 , .4 , .1 , .5 , -5 .. . ' -1 . .1 , -5 , .5 , .z . . -5 , -1 2 , .Q .1 W V . . - ' . . - ' . . 1 1- - y -- , -. ., , ., . , -. .A , . , . ' ' . . ,' . Loofboro, R.5 Love, D.g Helgestad, D. I I O V D, 7.1 ., A y , ov 7 1 ' V v , , ' . " . . . D . . V ' 4- Time out to listen to a tape recording is a change from their usual position behind the projectors. Seventeen audio-visual aides were kept busy showing films and making tape record- ings. This activity met every Thursday. They were shown how to splice films, run a tape recorder and operate a slide projec- tor. Three tests must be taken to qualify mem- bers. Second semester of the freshman year, interested boys take a written test. After passing this, they watch upperclassmen run the machines and are later tested according to their observances. They are eligible to be in audio-visual aides after passing these re- quirements. Officers elected were: President, Bob Ed- wards, vice-president, Jerry Schwartzlow, secretary, Larry Williams, and treasurer, Randall Simpson. Films Are Their Specialt Row 1: Carrier, C., Stricker, D., McCaffery, R., Swenson, R., Schwartzlow, J. Row 2: Mr Thostenson, Olson, J., Peterson, J., Bruni, J., Williams, L., Herrick, J. Row 3: Tiffany, G., Simpson, R., Slinde, J., Sommerfeldt, C., Edwards, B. lam Row 1: Burdick, G., Christianson, J.g Fulton,B.g Gray, C., Julseth, M., Haylock S Hayes, J. Row 2: Hornbostel, L.g Allen, L., Hartzell, E.g Czechowitz, M., Balis, I.' Gray C, Fisher, F. Row 3: Balis, R., Hanson, J., Boyles, S., Helgestad, J., Kepp, J: Anderson, C., Bartz, B., Garey, N. Row 4: Gessert, J.g Anderson, J., Hicks, J.g Blanchar M Fre- berg, J., Hanson, K., DeWar, K,g Burns, J. Row 5: Cox, A., Brown, L., Ellis, D.' Fulton E.: Bieck, J.: Anderson, J., Frank, M.g Burdick, D. Boys' and Girls' Chorus Take Composed of ninety-five girls, the girls chorus met every Monday during activity period. Under the direction of Mrs. Betty Bielefeld, the half hour Was spent practicing a number of selections to sing at such gatherings as the Spring concert and annual Whitewater Festival. Accompanist for the activity was Janet Helgestad. Librarians were Margie Radke and Margie Wilcox. Every Wednesday during activity period, the boys' chorus met. Made up of fourteen members, they enjoyed a half-hour of singing, under the direction of Mrs. Betty Bielefeld. Every year they enter the Whitewater Music Festival, in competition with boys from other schools. This competition stimulates the boys to strive to bet- ter themselves for a top rating. Songs chosen to sing at Whitewater were: "Halls of Ivy", "Moving Along", and "Do Lord." Row 1: Mayfield, L., Purnell, L., Schoff, D., Bielefeld, Sampica, S., Marsden, J., Nielson, J. Row 2: Long, P., Mcnhall. M., Speer, S.: McCall, J., Strickcr, B., Staff, J., Lund, J., 'l'culJc1'1, C. Row 3: Mayfield, K., Ruosch, H., Kobs, R., Strasburg, E., Mclntyre, P., Teubcrt, P., Kcrslcn, J., Kubly, L., Obcrcleck, C., Strohbusch, B, Row 4: S pee 1' C., Nlaxson, K., Walker, E., Walmow, G., Langudyk, S., Wilcox, M., Lee, B., Rebholz, E., Rimc, J., Kcrsten, J. Row 5: Wecker, M., Sahr, M., Messmer, B., Pulley, L., Radko. Nl., Witt, C., Messmer. J., Rauworth, T., Reierson, D, Willie, L., Watson, M., William, K. Part in Music Festivities Row 1: Mrs. Bielefeld, Ellefson, D., Plautz, R., Brown, J., Uglum, R. Row 2: Jones, D Sanger, J.: Ebbott, D., Peterson, H. Row 3: Danks, R., Schumacher. K., Romack, D Walker, J. 1 .QQQM ,I l5f'55'l'. .:' N This trlplv 11111 p1'L1c'1lu'cl hard In zlclliuvv thuil' first Viillllg all thu Solo :incl Eusn-mblv Fvsiiviil 111 Whi1L'xx'11Iu1'. inging Songs in Harmony ls 12 . 4- vu 'sf Bauer, N.: Ruothc, J.: Moss. lVl.: Jonson. J.: Ahrcnsmeycr. S.: Laugcdyk. S.: Spccr, C.: Plzxutz. M.: Hunt. J. l xv w 'D E mm 1 ' ig .. Km, Q 4 1 ' A : ' Row 1: Mrs. Bielefeld: Roang, K.: Hum, J.: Ho1'nbostel,L.1 Stokstad, S.: Dzmks. R.: Hamko, T.: Nelson, R. -Row 2: Wredborg, Wilomcn, D.: Dcignan, P.: Pulley, L.: Ebbutt. R.: Bicck. D.: Pulley. P.: Ellofsfm, D. Row 3' Mixed Chorus consisted of fifty members which inet every Tuesday and 'I'hursday under the direction of Mrs. Betty Bielefeld. At the beginning of the year, president, Paul Pulley: vice-president. Nancy Bauer: secretary. Toni Hzintke: and treasurer, Nancy Edwards, were elected as officers. The chorus sang various selections at the mid-winter concert. After this per- formance much time was spent in rehearsal for the coming spring concert and the annual spring festival at Whitewater. Three entries that received first rating were Dale Bieck, Jerry Brown, and triple trio, consisting of Janet Holge- stad, Sharon Kopp, Gloria VVallmow, Lawanna Gunderson. Marilyn Ide, Bar- bara Haugen, Sarah Ahrensmeyer, Myrleen Plautz. and Sharon Wredberg. Pleasure of Chorus Members Row 1: Brown, J.: Scrumacher, K.: Bieck, M.: Ebbott, P.: Ide, Nl.: Wallmow, G.: Ahrensmeyef, 5- ROW 2 Schieldt, E.: Quam, O.: Plumb, R.: Stanford, S.: Burns, B.: Boyles, S.: Helegstad, J.: Haugen, B. Row 3: Fort- man, G.: Selvog, J.: Williams, K.: Edwards. N.: Shower, K.: Wecker, M.: Davis, S.: Gunderson, L.: Mayfield, L ,: 'i 6 ., ' 6 ,l .1 u J 0 3. 1 .1 v 1. - gi a K 3 3 W A ' , 1' AJ, .v V ,M . 2 fv A A 4. 4 4. - fuffifff nm.. 6ER7f Row 1: lVlr. Schoberg Burns. B.: Peterson, A., Walker, Eg Bauer, N.: Ruethe, J., Nelson, C., Long, Mg Meyers. J. Row 2: Giese. M.: Roang, K.: Long, P.: Garey, N., Showers, S.: Tcubert, P.g Rowlands, W.5 Pulley, P.: Edwards. N. Row 3: Carrier. C.g Schumacher, Kg Ebbott. P.: Jones, D.: Hunt. J.: Helgcstad, B.: Nelson, R.: Ebbott. R. Band Arrangements Create Good concerts are achieved by hard practicing on the part of all members. uxGYY33-if 5' I Row 1: Ellefson. M.: Shower. K.: Boob. M.g Gunderson. L.: Hollo. C.: Raymond, M.: Nielson, C,: Carlson, E. Helgestad, J. Row 2: Manson, M.: Wileman. D.: Hunt. J.: Rime, S.: Stanford. S.: Marsden, J.: Nelson, A.: Falli- gant. J. Row 3: Fortman. G.: Moss. M.: Foss, P.: Connors. K.: Hermanson. D.: Hogan. R.: Sehieldt. R.: Plautz M.: Haugen, B. Inspiration, Pep, and Vitality Band is made up of fifty-one members who met every Monday, Wednesday. and Friday under the supervision ot' Mr. Ralph Senolner. The band participated in a great many activities during the year. They marched for the football games, played for basketball games, and tornied a "pep" band to play for as- seinblies. Band inembers participated in the mid-winter eozieert. the spring concert. tne solo and ensemble tournament at Whitewater. and Music Festival, also at White'.yater. Five entries in solo and ensemble '.y'nien received first ratings were: Nancy Bauer, Karin Roang. Sylvia Shower. Roy Nelson. and Mary Giese. Officers elected by the group were: President. Nancy Bauer: vice-president, Paul Pulley: secretary-treasurer, Rita Sehieldt: and social representative, Nancy Edwards. N Bower many, Seated Bauer N e lor c 1et Olson J Kepp 5 Menhall D Stand mg Trffam G Marsden J d wards N X A R Wrlters Gather News and VIEWS Deadlme was the Tatler staff s password a sseven edltors neared therr goal of a flnlshed masterplece everx two weeks Although each person was glV6D a SpEC1f1C Job there were mam extra thmgs to do A great deal of work was done at thc local newspapcl The staff was rcsponslble for every phase wlth the exccptron of the llnotypmg the productlon of the paper The hxgh ratlng whlch the paper has recuved and the valuable experlence ffalned by thc staff are only two of the mans reasons for tak1ng thls worthwhllv. act1v1ty To quallfx for a pos1t1on a person must be accepted rn the JOUTHHIISIU class Ml G Kuth Holfortv was the advlsor and Nancy Bauer was the edltor rn ch1ef 352 -E- S ,.4w .ll N Edwards Four s e n 1 o r Journallsm students were granted mcmbcxshlp mto Qulll and Scroll thc natlonal honoradx souety for hlgh school Journallsts Edgerton Hlgh Schools Journal 1sm department 3dV1SGd by Mr Holforty was granted a charter thls year for the flrst t1me The socxetv honors Students who have done outstandmg work m some Journallstlc en in J Jenson T Watson deavor durmg the Junror or senlor year Those senlors I'0CClVlflg the award are Nancy Bauer ed1tor1n chxef of the Tatler Nancb Edwards managing edltor of the newspaper Jo Anne Jenson edltor 1n chlef of the 1958 Crlmson and Thomas Watson buslness man ager of the yearbook ' , -rfmia 1 , V ' l ll I , . d't -in - h ' 3 .Q , Y t , , , .1 E - .eg a -, . haf 'i Y. lf T .f . A M ,,,z, ow- I X X !WlVff',,' I 4 i 5 X ' , 7 Q? . ,i Mk V c .l at X . T T it f FMWM- p ,yr .sm W t. ,Z . 'K W 4 - - L , b 0 o tt ' vw v , - - l g NY I . . A X ' x' I . ' - v a ' - . . . 5. 1 W Y . , Y D J X N, x . . uv , . Q X, 1 , . -. - : '- '- an ,XR X . , , ,. ' ' ' ' ' ' . . . , Y - , ' . , ,' . ' . ' -' - ' . , . . , , - - " u y . l . i . -. - . Y ' 7 7 I ' 1 7 - Scharfenberg, G., Olson, J., Bauer, N., Brown, J., Watson, T. 49th State in the Union Four senior boys were selected to attend Badger Boys' State at Ripon College last summer. Jerry Brown, Jack Olson, Gary Scharfenberg, and Tom Watson were sponsored by the American Legion, Lions Club, Rotary Club, and Veterans of For- eign Wars. Boyg were divided into two parties, the Nationalists and the Federalists. They were then assigned to dormitories. Each building signified a county, each floor a city, and each room a ward. City elections were held consisting of party caucus, nominations, campaigning, and voting. The week was climaxed by the election of a Badger Boys' State Governor, who headed the legislative body. Comparable to Boys' State, the Wisconsin Women's Auxiliary, has sponsored for fourteen years, a Badger Girls' State. Nancy Bauer was chosen by the faculty as del- gate to the 1957 session of Girls' State, held at the University of Wisconsin. During the week, the 345 girls throughout the state, participate in running gov- ernmental affairs and electing mythical state, county, and city offices. The delegates attend lectures on various facets of the government and politics in order to attain sufficient knowledge of governmental workings. The highlight of the week was the inaugural ceremony at which all state officers were sworn in. Miss Bauer was elected Assemblyman. Our youth we can have but today, We may always find time to grow old. - Bishop Birkeley Seniors present . . . IS? G' 26113 ,,,.,-'ev I +-all ln 'dm Juniors 56 Q 3' B. Leo L. Lenox J. Lund M. McGlenn '1'. Aegcrtcr S. Ahrcnsmeyer L. Allen J. Anderson R. Balis B. Bartz D. Bieck J. Bieck M. Bobb C. Bowen S. Brickson J. Burns F. Ciebell P. Collins M. Crandall R. Danielson PWS 15 'hifi H. DQ Wan' R. Dunks J.E:1s1mz1n R.E1'dah1 G.Fu1'tn1an P. Fuss J. Frubcrg B. Fulton N. Gnu-5' L. Gosku L. Goode P.Gowc1' K. Hanson T. Hantko E. Hartzcll B. Haugen J. Hclgostuc G. Hudgc P. Johnson K. Kahl X' 1 N ll. l 'wwf' 6 X . 1 g X Ei ni .tk r 5 'rn x p? Fi., I fl K: f .. Huff .4 ' 1-vsp 'wr i .ag , 5 1- 2'3" Q 9' GW ' 'ilk Moore Nelson Nelson Nelson J Peterson G. Phillips R Plumb E Rebholz ,il W. wg. W -emi E tn wr l f Q. Rhnvc sz Rirnof l M, Ripploerger J. Robljnson I 1 R. Rowin W. Rowlands A. Ruosch ll. Ruosch J. Sanford K. Schieldt li. Schieldt R. Schmidt D. Schoff J. Schultz J. Schultz J. Schwartzlow Jul- 1' 'E' :Q YB-m J. Selvog R. Slagg OIJLIL I he R. Rccka R. Roc! rd I. Schwerinski B. Sommerfeldt R. Sfl'T1I'I'1CI'VO1d J. Staff G. Stearns S. Stokstad f -:X 'hay' R. Thostenson E' wi'- J. Ticl-mor .Z .ff Y' ,-Q R.Ug1um D. Voight up L.Va11ey E. Walker E.Wa1kcr for E M. Watson P. Wescott I R S Wredberg 'lxlffi' T. Abraham C. Anderson S. Ahrensmeyer S. Bicck E. Borchert D. Bosbon J. Bruni G. Burdick R. Burns A. Bye E. Carlson C. Carrier J. Christiansen E. Clark K. Connors A. Cox M Czechowitz G. Dahl P. Danks V. Davis F. Diedrick Sophomores R. Ebbott R. Graf J. Hicks J. Kepp Ixa - E' 'W W 5. Un, 35' :AZT I 2 .g. "' X 4. I r 5 .. -Q-: "Ulf Q45 f :am - ,.,.,.. 4 3' F-is .l l A M Z' R. Edwards H. Gray R. Hladilek J. Karsten C. FL D K1 -5 Ar' ws kssunden son M. Finn C. Furseth M. Gicsu S. Haylock D. Hcrmanson J.He1'1'in-k A. Jenson T. Jenson R. Johnson R. Krueger R. Loofboro F. McCall LIL 'el' 'fzalj 1. 'W' ,. ov H ,ai 'Y'-9 3 Y 'rzzvy ! Qin if 'iv' I FSA '- 3 ' . N J, V fyfg 'WI' W .3 -J. Y"'?' -7 3 I3 +1-7 i I . 4 ft J. Fcssler T. Ford S. Fuchs G. Hanson B. Helgestad H. Hernstinc F. Jenkins K. Jenson D. Johnson K, Krueger D. Lenox O. McBride 61 J. Granzow W. Hecke M. 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Johnson R Kahl Nagel Nelson Nielson Oberdtck OIINCI Radkr Reel S Reckald D Reieison M Reynolds Olson Olson Plautf Pui nell Rippber er Roang Roethe XUDIUSOU Qs fw 0 5' Junior Officers Standing Lenox 5 L Ore T Ahrensmeyer S Seated Stokstad S Ciebell F Stearns G Freshman Officers - Standing: Ebbott P3 Graf, C.' Seat- dz Anderson M.' Stanford .' Nielson C. . Sahr L. Rudoll D C. Ward M. . Wescott . Wileman Wilcox R. Watson E. Winneshick D. Wedeward C. Witt A R. Wright R J. Young C Zalud Zieroth Zwergel I -g., ,-- 77 Sophomore Officers Standing Wallrnow G Anderson C Lenox D.' Seated : Williams L.' Olson D. Speer S. 67 t t lfe b tth keyto Semors present x Q W11 Q Q Leadmg the parade was th1s royal threesome Thelr rergn contlnued the next mght at the game and dance Homecorrung week end was a partrcularlx mem orable trme for Karen Wllllams Nancy Edwards and Judy Rrme thxs years queen and attendants Sharmg the honors wlth the g1rls were B111 Shocn feld Paul Pulley and Fred Bramer They relgned Upon recelvmg the command from the queen over the tradltlonal dance sponsored by the Junlox the bonflre burst 1nto flames As the flames reach class Couples danced to the muslc of the Top Hat therr peak burnlng the Stoughton dummy a per ters under a mobxle of s1x d1ce The clever deco fect cl1max was had for the evenlng ratlons carrled out the theme Chances Are Homecommg FCStlVltl6S '27 .1 Our 1957 Homecommg royalty consxsted of Queen Karen W1ll1ams and her two attendants Judy Rrme and Nancy Edwards These grrls were chosen by a vote of the A team football squad I ' Y - . . . y Q 7 , . . V , Y V ' 7 Y ' ' , V . v 1 ' . t ' ' ' ' - ' 4 sv . , . 0 0 0 0 'S' ' t r ' . . 1 fl 5 . fn e I 0 V4 , l 7 7 151114: Seniors walked off with first place honors for the 5 e c o n d consecutive year. Honorable m e n t i o n was won by the freshmen's float, "In All the World - Our T e a m's the Bestfl "The 'ws Catch of the Season" won a second prize for the juniors. ake for Gala Weekend Festivities got under way Thursday night when a colorful caravan of floats wound its way along the traditional parade route. The pep rally and traditional bonfire started when the parade dis- banded at the community school campus. A huge snapping turtle and two playful "rabbits" depicting the theme "We'l1 Beat 'em by a Hare" won a first for the seniors. "The Catch of the Sea- son" was the slogan for the junior float which took second place. Third place went to the sophomores with their theme, i'Wc'll Mix 'em Up." Fred Meyers and Ron Schieldt were the two hares running alongside the seniors' first place float. The Hoopla - Toe booth proved most popular. Ken Jensen is shown receiving his f'prize" from Crimson Queen candid- ate Karen Williams with Connie Speer looking on. ,On Dancing girls, skits, games of chance, and gay decorations gave the Edgerton High School gym a circus at- mosphere the night of November 15. And rightly so, for the occasion was the 1957 Crimson Carnival. Hundreds from six to sixty, thronged through the building, stopping to watch the skits or test their luck on the games. Activity during the big evening centered around a lively midway of booths, under the balloon-filled ceiling. A large booth of record sales greeted customers inside the main door. Climaxing the festive air of the midway ac- tivity was a floor show of various student and faculty talent. Fascinating Fun for Everyone Co-chairmen of the gala event were Jo Anne Jenson and Tom Watson. Many hours were spent planning for the carnival. Efforts of the Crimson members helped to make this event a tremendous success. Fun was aplenty for the young and old. .Jw""'M Karin Roang and Judy Olson are shown telling that they have seen visitors coming. The irmkeep- er's wife explains that they are coming to see the new-born babe. Mary and Joseph, played by Carol Mueck and Tom Watson, are shown asking for a room at the inn. Keith Kahl and Sarah Ahrensmeyer played the innkeepers. Sarah Ahrensmeyer and Keith Kahl were cast in the leading roles for the all-school production of Stephen Vincent Benet'5 "A Child is Born," a three-act pageant in words and music. "A Child is Borni' is the yule story of the Christ child that has a non-sectarian theme dealing with the true spirit and meaning of Christmas. Mr. G. Keith Holforty, high school dramatics director, coached the pageant, assisted by Sharon Kepp, student director. The innkeeper and his wife are shown watching the arrival of the wisemen. The three wisemen came to offer gifts to the new Christ child. Dismas the thief, is shown explaining the true spirit of Christmas. Pictured left to right are Keith Kahl, Sarah Ahrensmeyer, and Robert Brandt. I iv Drama Club Produces... A Child Is Born Innkeeper -- Wife .,.. Sarah --- Leah -- Dismas --- Soldier --- Joseph -- Mary .,,...... Prefect's voice -,- Narrator's voice - - C A S T ------------ KEITH KAHL --- SARAH AHRENSMEYER --------- KARIN ROANG ----- JUDY OLSON --- ROBERT BRANDT ----- RALPH KAHL -- THOMAS WATSON --- CAROL MUECK -u THOMAS HANTKE ------ DIANE FAY 9111 Sue Davis presents Gary SCh8I'fGI1b6I'g Gary and Sue exchange vows of affec- Conne Speer, in the role of Julie, does- Wlth her uncle's whitefish during a re- tion when a third party interrupts on n't approve of the other 496 girls after hearsal of "The Tender Trap." the telephone. the one man she loves. S ' Th ' P enlor esplans resent l """'s....a pil ZW' K Shirley Boyles uses a different approach in her role as she tries to win her "Tiger." Visiting married mann Joe McCall, played by Tom Watson, looks on bewildered. The Charlie Reader Poppy Matson ..,. Joe McCall ,,,. Jessica Collins Sylvia Crewes - Julie Gillis --- Earl Lindquist -ii Sol Schwartz - Charlie docsn't understand how a mar- Scientist Earl, Gene Teubert, gets in an ried man can date his favorite Sylvia, argument with his secretary, Julie. as played by Nancy Edwards. X I W 'l ender Trap directed by MR. HOLFORTY - , , GARY SCHARFENBERG ,,,--,,-- SUSAN DAVIS , , - - , , TOM WATSON , - , SHIRLEY BOYLES -,- , ,, NANCY EDWARDS --- CONNIE SPEER -,,, GENE TEUBERT --- RONALD SCHIELDT Musician Sol Schwartz, Ron Schieldt surprises his hosts by being found un- der the table. 5 nv Amld a settlng of palm trees g13SS huts O1Ch1dS and hlblscus 1938 p1 om goes danced to the muslc of Eddy Lawuence and hlS O1Ch9St1d The theme of t h e Aprll 19 ex ent was Nam Havs an Jun1o1 attendants Dlane Coede and Kenny Blce presented each glrl IH the gl and malch xx 1th a babx 01Chld as Klng Mark McGlenn and hlS Queen Elsle Rebholz and then attendants Chuck Bovs en and E d 1 t h Walkel and John Eastman and JRFICQ F1 ehelg led them among the palms and flovs ers to the CO1 onatlon lsland A perfect climax was had for the eve- ning when the crowning took place. The scene for the crowning was a garden swing. King Irl Pearson and his Queen Gloria Thronson led the juniors and their dates down the "Stairway to the Stars." The stairway from the balcony was construct- ed by the junior boys. Shown promenading in military fashion are the King and Queen, King Irl Pearson was selected by a vote of the junior class. Forming an arch for the court are these members of the grand march. Hours of practice helped to make the grand march a success. It was a night ot star-studded memories for 1957 prom-goers. The theme, "Stairway to the Stars," was carried out by a gaily decorated stairway ex- tending from the balcony down to the gym floor and a huge glittering Star, suspended from the ceiling. Dancers 'llwirled The grand march decended down the stairway of Stars led by Queen Goria Thronson and King Irl Pearson. Attending the royal couple were Jo Anne Jenson, Ronald McCaffery. Marilyn Week- er, and Ronald Johnson. Following the prom, the first post-prom party was held in the Masonic, Temple. The nightclub atmosphere was carried out by the theme "Top Tunes." 1 c K 4..- Fu ici fm' thc first Post-Prom Party was prepared by Choi' Paul Goods. About eighty wupit-s were Under Starlight Punch amd t'uiic'y saridwichcs '.x'Hi'v si-1' x' t- ci :it Giu1'ia's pzirty. ht-lui Ent-triiw tht' piwiii myziin. Shown waiting to bc Served at tht- Piist Prom Party are Bmmriiv KnIk'I'I1L'S, Juan Ffirri, Rwbbic Clem- iziffiii. mid Timm Wzxtso i-xx-ijvi tit- xvzu wi'vc-ci. thu- 1 hi-guii. It A I T. L- I' H'OL2I'ZiITi Feet tired? No. they are just sitting out a dance. to listen to the music' ut' Eddy Lawrence and his Orchestra. 5-5 N, Q3-af? 4 , . 1 Y 'inf . -.4,,,,.- YR. D Crlmson ueens elected by the student body appearance eaolers :P ersona lf scfzo ars :P 440122 ,QM ,bi Q QQ. ,ss , 1 'K 1' 1:53 X L' .X on Q P f cy e e . 7' 'infiry Xf 4,L0nA2.0-vu ina! P6- Qvwffww QAM l 3, C.-MW. 1 9 Y S . ' ,sh A I 1 QW 1 + .1 t .A 5 ,kk 'Jr X h E kk , ig E ' N h :QE A 4 ' if . Q ' s ' Q i, Q' U L X , L ' 2 , 'L I , ff? N I L V Q is A 'Q' L., 1 Z Q .' h 1' i1"t 'hw Y Whoe'er excels in what we p Appears a hero in our eyes. Seniors present I .C rize jonathan Swift O Wg-e41fS S4 316352312-Q32 gl f- ' Qu '19 'K' tmp ,PN -3, 'xx E22 'Ham e.,'lBfE2U2 First row Bowen C Uglum R Peterson H Williams L Bramer F Schultz J Jensen A Roethe J McCall F Peterson J Schoenfeld W Wescott P Furan D Pearson I Schultz J Second row Knudsen L Zwergel C Kruckenberg R Olson J Ticknor J Plautz R Madsen G Wescott T Schieldt R Burns R It S Not the SIZE of the Team Edgerton halfback, Jim Schultz, scampers around left-end in an attempt to free himself from a Stoughton tackler. 82 Edgerton Edgerton Edgerton Edgerton Edgerton Edgerton Edgerton Edgerton A Football Record --- Cambridge -W H 25 Monroe --- , - 7 Jefferson .,.. - ,, 0 Monona Grove , 0 Stoughton l,,, Fort Atkinson -,0 ,, 6 Wisconsin High - , 26 Middleton , , - - K luv ,may n Vars1ty football members elected semor fullback Jack Olson and semor end Irl Pearson co captalns at the close of the 1957 tootball season Gary Scharfenberg graduatmg end was elected the teams most valuable player by teammates on the bas1s of ab1l1ty perform ance and sportsmanship It S the SIZE of Then' Flght Directed by new, head Coach Mr. Lawrence Pennewell Edgerton's grid ders showed flne Splflt and deslre but were able to salvage only two wms agamst SIX losses over the course of the season The Cr1mson Txde wlth only s1x returnmg veterans was forced to rely upon 1nexper1enced underclassmen at key posltrons Under the stern leadersh1p of Coach Pennewell and asslstant coach Mr Rob ert M11ler the squad worked hard dur mg games and at practlce A w1l11ng ness to work and a fme f1ghtmg sp1r1t became a trademark of the team Edgertons gr1d1ron fortunes look br1ght for the commg years wxth the expenence gamed by many underclass men fa.- Senlor letter w1nners Irl Pearson and Fred Wlth a val1ant try to free h1mself from a W1s Bramer close rn on a WISCOHSIH Hlgh ball carrler consm Hwh 11nebacker Bob Burns p1CkS up a flrst after bemg trlpp d up by another Edgerton player down for Edgerton grxdders 83 y - 1 ' 1 I , . . - . I . , - ' ' y Y Y - , . Q 0 l 0 'Y' 'anus -v ......-- . 5 :A - N l X ,A ,mg S a , ,fp 1 . , , Y , - 1 5 1 1 ' ' 'e . ' . ..,... ve!" 4 Semor fullback Jack Olson charges fo1 thy goal lme as Ron VlcCafigry comes up to blV6 SQQISYIIICC Sk1rt1nff rlght end Jumor lcttu wmnw Dan Oberg pxgks up a Q1Z3blC vlrdavg bg fO1C bemg b ought down bx an OI omm 84 Two bxte 10111 bits 51X b1tQ a dollar LX Lryonc tmm Edggrton stand ul, and hollu Fans followmff the command g1VC th team thelr suppolt ty, i 'Z' Rovs 1 Ebbott P Barrett VN Coach Tuttle Coach Fmcher Jones O Pettrbon H Row 2 Plautz R Knudsen Madsen G Burch NI Edxxardx R Vensko R Row 3 Eobott R Geskt G Kruckenbcw R Runolds M Loxe D Balkc D Ron 4 'Volson T Furstth C Watson R Frtfmx K Olbon D Edgerton Edgerton Edgorton Edgrrton Ed e-rton Edgerton ltuture Grldderb B-FOOTBALL RECORD , Milton ,,,, , N Jefferson , , Fort Atkinson Stoughton H , , Monona Grove B-FOOTBALL . 2 'rry Ll . 'S ba inf junior varsity squad on C t air ,wait n wlth a hard fought victory over 1 taltntcd Mono a 'ovv club. " ' ' 'H- " ' ' - 5 'axon roco' . ' 'htl 1. 'rc ' .' win wc S1Jll'i . t - B-squa 5 Q Q ' A ' s ' 1 h bi' sn 'all n '- " QI . ny' o' it-Ju " - ' " va " " c y kraduwteg on tht- A squac. 85 fig WV! .. .-ji' R2 NX 743, xgf' 'K-....,xx I . 2 'QT Y I I U ,jf 5 Mn :uw 4 CHARLES CARRIER JOHN ROETHE Beginning his second year as head basketball coach, Mr. Larry Tuttle had only five veterans with which to build his team. Although the season record was not an impressive one. four wins and fourteen losses, many games were lost by only a few points. In the Janesville sub-regional tourna- ment, the team broke even, winning from Milton in the opening game and then losing to Janesville in the finals. Throughout the season, the team learned the value of team- play and good sportsmanship. Graduating members of the team are: Ron McCaffery, Jack Olson, Irl Pearson, and Gary Scharfenberg. However, there are many well--seasoned underclassmen returning from this year's successful junior varsity squad. DAVE KRUEGER DEAN OLSON ARNIE JENSEN WAYNE VVEDEVVARD DAN OBERG JIM SCHULTZ v 3. Durmg thc fast ind fur1ous actlon of the Madl Ron 'VlcCafters attempts a short drlve IH whlle son West game Garx Scharfenberg pulls down a Dave KIULULF and Gan Scharfenberg bdttle fox rebound With an 3S51St from Jlm Schultz rebound pos1t1on Edgerton Edgerton Edgerton Edgerton Edgerton Edgerton Edgerton Edgerton Edgerton Edgerton Edgerton Edgerton Edgerton Edgerton Edgerton Edgerton Edgerton Edgerton Edgerton 88 Mukw onago Monroe Mllton Jefferson Whltewater Monona Grove Stoughton Mlddleton Fort Atkmson Monroe Jefferson Wxsconsm Hugh Monona Grove Stoughton Mlddl8t0D Fort Atkmson KVISCOIISIII Hlgh TOURNAMENT 'VIllton 6 J anesvllle Semor forward Ron 'VlcCaffery at tempts a shot 1n the Fort Ak1HSOH game as Gary Scharfenberg holds hrs rebound pos1t1on so ' 52 ' , . , - 55 ss ' ', 59 ' 53 -- , -e,v,,----e, 60 -,,,,,,e,,,, 89 - -., e,,,,,,.,. 46 ' -,,,,e,,,, 60 ---., ..fff... 56 ,,.,,- 50 ,,,,---,,--,, 56 -,,,,,,,-A 61 H, ,,.. .. .,,,. 47 ' -,,,--,,,, 63 Edgerton ,,,e,,,,,,,, 63 Madison West .r..,, 73 ---------,-- 69 ' --,,-,e 78 -W-, . ..... 85 -, ,e,. , s,,, ,e 89 Y Y... , e,.,. 86 ...,,,,,-... 83 -,--,,--Y-., 46 ' ' ' -,-r,, 61 -Y-Y----,,,, 68 ' WNW 78 ,,,,,,,,,,,,, 49 e,,-,,,e, 61 ,eve .,., , 59 ' M , H- 65 ,,,,,,,,, ,, 43 ' VH-, 97 Hn , , , 63 ' " ' WN-, 64 --, Y,Y,, , ,,.. 71 4 ' ,Y ,,-,,YAY,Y, v 43 - Y, ,e,,., 5 ' ,,.,,,,,,- 71 Front row left to right Herrick J Herrick L Plautz R Wescott Trolliet D mid dle row left to Il ht Ufflum R Roethe J Jenson A Krueger D Olson D Watson B Coach Briedenstein Back row left to right Geske G Jones D Walker J Love D M Call F Williams L Zwergel C B Squad Takes 14 Out of 13 The center jump of the Monona Grove game shows Gary Scharfenberg tipping back to Ron McCaffery. Fine potential and good spirit were combined to stack up a fine record of fourteen wins and four losses for Coach Beauford B. Brie:lestein's junior varsity squad. Led by a fine group of sophomores, the squad this sea- son lost Only one game at home. while playing a very tough schedule. Displaying a good grasp of fundamen- tals, they showed fine improvement during the season. With the valuable experience they have gained and their fine ability, they can be counted on for valuable assist- ance of themselves in the future. 89 Row 1: Williams, L.: Danielson, R.g Plautz, R.g Madsen, G.g Ticknor, J.g Wescott, T. Row 2: Trolliet, D.g O l so n, J.g Roethe, J.g Scharfenberg, G.g Schieldt, K.g Erdahl, R.g Aegerter, T. Edgerton's pride and joy is shown Warming up before another tough ball- game on their schedule, 90 X Baseball Fans Are Encouraging April 18 --- April 21 --- April 22 --- April 24 -- April 26 --- April 28 -- May 1 -- May 5 -- May 8 --- May 17-24 .... 'kHome Games --- Madison West ----- Milton? -- Janesviller --- Jeffersonifi --, Norris Farmr -H Monona Grove --- Fort Atkinson -- Stoughton? --,------- Middleton District Tournament? Seven Lettermen are returning to help Coach Larry Tuttle bid for a conference title. The Crimson Tide was considered one of the Strongest teams in the Badger Conference baseball outlook this year. Practice sessions started in the gym and progressed outdoors as the weather became warmer. l ul , F Turning to attempt a pick-off at second base is Tom Aegerter, While catcher Jack Olson and other ficldcrs hold their positions. v-'Jn .-me 'fn w Whack! Another base hit for senior letter winner, Gary Scharfenburg. Behind the wins that Edgerton posts, goes a great deal of practice. Our Most Popular pring Sport Row 1: Bieck, M.g Schieldt, F.g Williams, L.g Jenkins, F.g Edwards, R.g Row 2: Vensky, R.g Haylock, R.g Balke, D.: Love, D.g Kelling, K.g Row 3: Hladilek, R.g Jenson, K.g Ebbott, R.g Furseth, C.g Herrick, J.g Kruckenberg, R. Row 4: Knudsen, L.g Green, R.g Beyer, L.g Zwergel, C.g Kahl, R.g Carrier, C. Edgzcrton Edgcrton Eiga-rton Edgurton Edgcrton Edgerton Edgerton Edgerton Edgerton Edgerton Edgerton Edgerton Edgerton Edgerton 2 Monona Grove H, .3 .Vionona Grove , 7 Monroe -, 15 Monroe ,W 16 Stoughton , , 15 Stoughton -.,, 1 Wisconsin High H 4 Wisconsin High ,W 10 Middleton ,,,, 4 Midiieton W SJ Jefferson , 15 Jefferson ,,,, 15 Fort Atkinson - 15 Fort Atkinson W, Bi11 Sehoenfeld goes high in the air, during a practice session, to splke the ball down t hs teammates who are waiting to return it. Up In the Air With the Ball Row 1: Oberg, D.: Aegerter, T.3 Wescott, P.: Schoenfeld, W.: Row 2: Bowen. C.g Mabson, F.: Kelling. K.: P1aut7 R Edwards, R. Row 3: Geske, G.g Love, D.1 Coach Fiseherg Knutson, L. yur N s 1 X i as-w fc' BMI EX P1 ---1 Row 1: Jones. D.g Ciebell, P.g Coach Miller: Oberg, D.g Krueger, R. Row 2: Ford, T.g Olson, D.g Schultz, J.g Ciebell, F.: Wedeward, W.g Collins, P. Six Veterans Bolster Golf Team Junior letter winners, Dan Oberg and Pat Collins, practice teeing off. The team not only has competition with other schools, but with other team members. So you see every practice session counts. April 16 -- -- Monona Grove April 18 -- ..,,.. Jefferson April 25 -- -- Fort Atkinson April 30 - - May 2 -,- -, May 7 ..., , May 9 -- .- U- Jefferson? - Fort Atkinson , Monona Grove U Stoughtontf' May 14 - - - ,.a,...v.. Monroe May 15 -f-- ..,, C onference meet May 23-24 -W ,....,. Sectionals i'Home 93 Kneeling: Meyers, J.: Bowen, C., Coach Fisher. Standing: Eastman, J., Mabson, F.g Wescott, P., Larson, F April May May May May May May May May it Home 94 21 12 13 15 19 22 26 Tennis Team To Face Keen Foes Wisconsin High Middleton Wisconsin High --- ,,,.,... Monroeii --- .... Norris Farms - - - .... Middleton - - - .... Stoughton - - - ..,, Stoughton? --- ..... Monroe .,.. Ron 1 Senoentcld W Wescott R Burns R Oberg D Oleon J: Schieldt, R.: Row 2: Ford. T.: Pearson. 1.1 SLl"tLlll7 J Menhill D Ptttixon J Ticknoi J Coach Tuttlt Row 3: Schurfenberg. G.: McGlenn. M.: McCaf- lth Pride We Wear ur Letter Only boys who have earned ti major letter srl two minor letters and are approvefl nv meinberf of the elub are eligible for Letter Club. these concessions was used to purchase ai movit projector. which was List-cl to sliww movieg ot' turm- er games. At the beginning of the year. the following oth- eers were eleetecl: Gary Sehnrtk-nlpei'g. president Irl Pearson, viee-piwsitit-tit: Ron MeC:it!'t-ry. set- retary-treasurer, Letterinen prove good salesmen while nperatine a concession stand at basketball gznnes. EJB C Under the supervision of Mr. Larry Tuttle. tht club operated concession stands at both football' and basketball gaines, The money received fron' Archery 2 - Row 1: Hernstine, D.: Lewis, M., Johnson, R.: Hanson, D., Strittmatter K. Row 2: Mr. Tuttle, Olson, D., Peter- son, H., Beyer, L., Robinson, G., Wescott, P., Peterson, J. Row 3: Kelling, K., Wat- son, R.: Veitch, W., Condon, J., Green, R. Wescott, R. Row 4: Voight, D., Teubert, G., Roethe, J., Jenson, K., Walker, J., Mc- Call, F., Sehoenfeld, W. M . sl ffl sen, L., Murwin, A., Larson, F., Zalud, A. Peterson, R., Peterson, J., Simpson, R. Lootboro, R., Love, D., Plautz, R. Row 3: McDaniel, R., Solem, G.: Hickethier, W. Zwergel, C., Mabson, F., Furan, D., Ug- lum, R. Row 4: Clark, E., Sanger, J. Kahl, R.: Johnson, L.: Hanson, G., Dahl G.: Sehielcit, F. Arnhery 3 Row 1 Winneshick E Bieck VI Sommerleldt C Gohde R Jenkins F Eastman J Row 2 Mr Thostenson Tiftanx K Barrett W MCKa1g D Kall ne D Nagel T Row 3 Brickson S Meyers, F., Erdahl, R., Bruni, J., Reilly H., Stone, R., Dahlman, D. Row 4: Florin R., Leitz, D., Schwartzlow, J., Thostenson R., Collins ,P., Plumb, R.: Sherman, T. Archery 1 - Row 1: Wileman, C.: Knud- Wecieward, D. Row 2: Mr. Thostenson, v ,1 X4 Y Archery 4 - Row 1: Balkc, D.: Clark, A. Kruckenbcrg. R: Reynolds, M.: Oswald L.: Venske. R. Row 2: Mr. Thostenson nor. J.: Oberg, D.: Trolliet. D. Row 3 ley. L,: Sommerfcldt, R.: Krueger. R. For Practice We Hit the Ha Thosty's archers show their stuff during their squad tournament. Archers ucammm thclr shooung accuracs are Dan Lovc Robert Plautz Chaxles Zxxcrgel Fred Nlabson and Robut Pctuson Slagg, R.: Johnson, P.: Carlson, J.: Tick- Christianson. P.: Rowlands. W.: McCaf- fery, RJ Strickcr. R.: Toffsland, R.: Val- The athletically inclined girls in G..-XA. met Thursday activity hour. They developed inany skills in basketball, softball, and vol- leyball. as well as learning good Sportsman- ship. The following officers were chosen to di- rect the groups activities during the year: Joan Anderson. president: Caryl Rime. vice- president: Vera McGovern. secretary: Dor- othy Zwergel. social representative: and Diane Lenox, treasurer.. Under the direction of their advisor, Mrs. Carolyn Ramaika, they also sponsored dances during the year. A popular activity such as dancing takes up much ol' the girls' time during their meetings. irls Have Fun With Athletics Row 1: Schultz, A.: Schultz, S.: Messmer, B.: Sahr, J.: Anderson, Jean: Schoff, A.: Anderson, Joan, Hicks, J. Johnson, D., Row 2: Oliver, L.: Perleberg, P.: Bieck, S.: Fuchs, S.: Meyer, D.: Reel, Nl.: Boyles, L.: Pierce, C. McGovern, V. Row 3: Rime, C.: Anderson, M.: Long, P.: Garey, N.: Freberg, J.: Hartzell, E.: Hogan, R.: Thron- son, G.: Menhall, M.: Lenox, D. Row 4: Nelson, A.: Drogsvold, M.: Kersten, J.: Schoff. D.: Julseth, M.: Stras- burg. B.: McIntyre, P.: Davis, V.: Wilcox, M.: Johnson. B.: Row 5: Rziuworth, T.: Zwergel, D.: Schwerinske, I.: Bor- chert. E.: Bosbon, D.: Kersten, J.: Haylock, D.: Bieck, J.: Falligant. J.: Ellis, D. Row 6: Sahr. M.: Manson, M. Burdick, G.: Simonson, D.: Christianson, J.: Raymond, P.: Teubert, J.: Connors, K.: Wille, L.: Watson, M Lenox, L. .. 4 Q 2 B115'11's. 11,3 S1I'1L'1il'I', 13,5 W11L'111l1I1N1j.Q BL11'f11l'k, Il.g S111kg1g111. 54 111 1 Howl - 1111111 11111 11111-11111111 111 111-1111 L'11L'1'1'- .1511-1' X:1111'.1 1',11'1K'2l1'f1S. 11111 X1111z111 11111q11t .111XL' 1111-1111111111115 f1'111111f 111'1' C111 111 1111-11' 111111 111111111'111s. '111' ,l11'15 1111:'1111111'1-11 s11x'1-1111 1-1111111s1- 111' 1-111-1-14 t:11'1111Q1111111 1111- j'Uli1'. Flqht' 11111 Qll1f111Ll111lQ 1111-111111'1'w. Y11111'j' 1C111x:11'11X 111111 .111 A11111- .1L'I1- N1111, 111111 .1l1111k'L' 1'1I'l'1JL'l'.L1. C':11'5'1 111'11L 11111 N1 1, 1 . :111 G111s1: 15111111111 11111 1 111111 1-111-125 11'1111'11 111-1'11g11pL11111-5 111 s1:111'1s. '1111L'11' 2lC1V1Sl11' .N11's. 1,21- X11:11- N11-A111' 111112111 11111111 11111111 1,1111- .1.1.:1-111L11 .1fg1111'1 I111'111L1 1111- Xk'111'. '14111'11' 1115111 511 5 111' 1'1111111'11-:111111g 51111111 111' 1111- 11111111 11111 1lI1L' x1111'11 11111110 11111111 111111 111 11111 QS1 111111111 111' 1'111-11111-3111-1's 111 1111- "1 1111111-111111 They Spark the School Spirit G11s1 'VI Ri1110. C.: F11-b1'1'g. J.: J1-11s1111. .Ig 1C11'1x':11'11s, N, ,mv 1:-w-1.1......W.., .1 -.1 - W..-s,.,,,.1 .Trai 41 W ,xr Qian S 33 ,wx Q? ox 'Ir -....Q..,,, "'!l"" 'ba 51 Row 1: Rowlands, W.: Schultz, J.: Pulley, P.: Mr. Runkelg Collins, P.g Schwartzlow, J. Row 2: Danks, R.g Jen kins, F.g Beyer, L.: Aegerter, T.g Eastman, J.: Edwards, R. Row 3: Mabson, F.g Helgestad, D.g Balke, D.g Tick nor, J.: Weseott, P.g Bowen, C.g Reel, R. Row 4: MCGlenn, M.3 Jenson, Kg Erdahl, R.g Peterson, H.g Meyers, J Romack, D.g Rowin, R. Many Bo s Participate in Sports Throughout the year the Hi-Y team met under the direction of their advisor, Mr. John Runkel. The team placed second in their tournament which was held in Edgerton. The squad defeated Johns- town, Green County Normal ot' Monroe, and then lost in the finals by one point to Monroe. Paul Pulley attempts a jump shot during a Hi-Y practice, while his teammates Cluster around the basket for the rebound. fu ' ,. Y , , Ss: . ' 'g.,: f xr Farewell . . . Farwell! a word that must be, and hath been: A sound which makes us linger, . . . yet , . . farewell. - Lord Byron Seniors present . . . RONALD SCI-IIELDT President F Crimson 12 Boys Arch ery 9 10 Library Club 12 Letter Club 12 Foot 9 10 11 12 Floas we W 4 SIVJ' -1-f' N IRL PEARSON Vice President Boys Archery 9 10 Let ter Club 11 12 Football 9 10 11 12 Basketball 9 11 12 Volleyball 10 Prom Committee 11 Hall MOH1tOfS10 11 12 Stu dent Council 11 12 H 10 Prom King 11 fa. ULU claagffgi S. C LAMMQJA 3-bw, QVU Mrs. Silverwood. JSWM QJQ KAREN WILLIAMS Secretary Girs Chorus 9 10 11 12 Mixed Chorus 10 11 FTA 11 12 F 9 10 11 12 Crimson 11 12 FNA 10 Work Ex perience 11 12 Prom Committee 11 Floats 9 10 11 12 Youth Coun 9 10 11 12 Home coming Queen 12 Pep Club 9 Getting measured for cap and gown is the first event in the senior year that leans to w a r d the long-awaited graduation day. Here, Dick Stone is getting sized up by JULIE LUND Treasurer Girls' Chorus 9 10 11 A 10 FHA 9 10 Crimson 11 12 GAA 9 Work Ex perience 12 Prom Com mit ee 11 Floats 9 10 11 12 Youth Council 9 10 11 Pep Club 9 ELLEN JENSON Social Representative Girls Chorus 9 10' Mix- ed Chorus 10 11' F.T.A. Crimson ll 12' F.N.A. 10' Parlimentary Proce- re 11' G.A.A. 9 ' Work Experience 9 10 11 12' Prom Committee ' oats 9 0 ' Youth Council 9 10 11 12' Pep Club 9. 104 jeg, 'SO DAVID AMES A 9 10 JOAN ANDERSON DEMROW Girs Chorus 11 ' F.H.A. 11 12' Crimson 1' G.A.A. 12' Youth Council 12' Hall Vloni- tors 12. JEAN ANDERSON ir s Chorus 11 A 11 12 F H A A 11 12 Home Mechanics 12 Hall Mon 1tors 12 C'-5 LL L Y-1 NANCY BAUER Mixed Chorus 10 11 12 Band 9 0 FHA 9 GAA 9 For ensics 10 Prom Commit te 11 Floats 9 10 12 Hall Monitors 10 11 12 Tatler 12 Badger rs State 11 S t Band 12 Madrigal 10 11 Quill and Sfcroll 12 J f' if HfRLEY BOYLES Chorus 9 10 1 Mixed Chorus 11 12 F1 A 10 11 12 FHA 9 10' Crimson 11 12' DFQA13 10 11 12' G.A.A. ,9"10' Girls Crafts 9 - Work Exp rience 10 11 12' Prom Committee 11' Foats 9 10 11 12' Hall If XL' onitors 11 12' e 1 ifvfl Au90. A fl FREDERICK BRAMER F.T.A. 103 Crimson 11, 12g Boys' Archery 9, 10, 115 Library Club 93 Let- t Club 11, 123 Bo s' Hobby 9, 103 Football 9, 10, 11, 12, Baseball 9g Volleyball 9, 10, 12g Golf 9, 10, 115 Hi-Y 9, 10, Homecoming Court 123 Pep Club 11. ciuvf cx. fffilf C A1 L kt Jaw JERRY BROWN ROBERT BRANDT FTA 12 Crlmson 12 Drama 12 Lxbrary Club 12 Floats 12 M1xed Chorus 9 11 12 Bo s Chorus 11 FFA 9 10 11 12 Boys Archery 9 10 11 Foot b 9 Baseball 9 10 Badger Boys State 11 BEVERLY BURNS Mlxed Chorus 9 10 11 A Band 9 10 11 A 9 10 11 Cr son 12 Drama 10 GAA 10 Prom Comm1ttee 11 oats 9 Treasurer 11 Hall Mom s 11 12 Studen COUHC11 12 JAMES CARLSON Boys Archery 9 10' 12 Floats 9 12. , If ff hz' J' of lf W X SUSAN DAVIS Glrls Chorus 9 10 M1x e Chorus 10 11 A 11 2 F H A 11 Crlmson 11 PATRICIA DEIGNAN Glrls Chorus 9 10 M1x ed Chorus 11 12 FHA 9 10 11 12 Crrmson 1 FNA 10 GAA 9 ,W 10 Home Mechamcs 11 Forensics 11 12 Work Experrence 12 P r o m Comm1ttee 11 Floats 9 10 11 12 Youth Coun 9 12 ep Club 9 Llfxi 1.5 FNA 10 Procedure 10 GAA 9 10 Work EXDCTIGHCG 12 Prom Comm1ttee Floats 9 Youth Counc1l 9 10 Parl1amentary N Ng KLK I WNW CCNQ LD K L r Q Y ICx UN xx 'ws 'XXXL Xxx WN M L .1- KAREN DeWAR G1r s Chorus 9 2 A 0 11 Glrls Archery 12, Drama 9 10 Grs Crafts 9 10 11 Prom Comm1ttee 11 oats 9 10 11 Club 9 10 SHAREN DeWAR G1rls Chorus 12 Glrls Archery 11 12 GAA 9 Glrls Crafts 10 Pep Club 9 WWW ROBERT FLORIN oys Archery 9 10 11 Floats 9 10 M W if WML W ,ffl mffwf L fr' aff' JOHN DONSTAD Furmture Refmlshmg 11 12 Boys Archery 9 10 Home M9ChHH1CS 11 12 Prom Comm1ttee 11 Floats 12 W l+g,f'fQl fiffffhl MARY DROGSVOLD 1rs orus 9 A 9 0 11 G 9 10 11 12 G1rls Crafts Floats 11 12 e Club 9 lf wwwww MARTHA FRANK G1rls Archery 11 12 Glrls Chorus 9 10 11 12 MIXEC1 Chorrus 9 10 A 0 F A 9 r a m a 9 0 GAA 9 Home Meehan 1cs 11 12 Prom Commlt tee 11 Floats 10 11 Soc al Representatlve 11 Hall Momtors 10 11 12 Pep Club 9 10 'if 2' M J NANCY EDWARDS Mlxed Chorus 10 11 B and 9 FHA 9 10 GAA l0 Cheerleadlng 9 12 FOTBDSICS Prom Comm1ttee Floats9 10 11 12 Youth Counc1l9 10 11 12 Hall 'Vlomtors 11 12 Tatler 12 Homecommg Court 12 Pep Club9 10 11 12 Madmgal 10 5 J If ffe 6"kaf.,u,.1,,,glCf 4,44 ,I f"-- 'C X 6 F'-nf if 1 ff X ILL 'L I-s 616 67 ,.xC I' 1fK'xyL LT! 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LINETTE GESKE Glrls Chorus 9 10 Fur mture Refmxshmg 11 FHA 9 Crlmson Gxrls Archery 11 12 FNA 10 Drama 10 Home Mechanxcs 11 Pep Club 9 10 Glrls' Crafts CAROL GRAY G1rs Chorus 9 10 ll A Cr1mson ll 12 Glrls Archery 12 Drama 10 GAA 9 10 Forenslcs G1rls Crafts Prom Commlttee ll Floats 9 10 ll Secre tary 10 Pep Club 9 10 ELLEN GUNDERSON Glrls Chorus 9 Glrls Archery 12 GAA 9 10 Home Mechanlcs 12 G1flS Crafts 9 10 Work Lxpemencell Prom Commlttee 11 Floats 9 M W MZ My ,lf JUANITA HANSON G1rls Archery 11 GAA 9 10 Drama 12 L1brary Club 11 Gxrls Crafts 9 10 Prom Commlttee 11 Foats 9 10 ll 12 ep Club 9 10 11 L M4 DAVID HARRINGTON FFA 9101112 Boys Archery 9 10 11 Drama 9 Llbrary Club 9 B Band 9 Prom Comm1ttee oats 9 0 Hall Monltors 12 JUDITH HAYES G1r1s Chorus 10 11 12 F T A 12 Glrls Archery 11 12 GAA 10 Prom Commlttee ll Floats 10 il MARILYN IDE Girs C orus 10 11 Mixed Chorus 10 11 A Band 9 10 FTA 9 F Crimson 11 12 Girls Archery 11 GAA 9 Prom Commlttee 11 Foats 9 10 12 Youth Council ll Pep Club 9 SHARON KEPP Girls Chorus 9 10 ' Mixed Chorus 11 12' . .A. 9 1 12' F. . . 9 10' Crimson 12' Drama 12' G.A.A. ' Work Experience 10 12' Prom Committee ' Tatler 12. JO ANNE JENSON Girls Chorus 9 10 Mix ed Chorus 11 12 FHA 9 10 11 Crimson 11 12 A 10 GAA 9 Forensics 12 Home Me chamcs 11 Cheerleading 9 12 Work Experience 11 Prom Committee 11 Foats 9 10 11 12 c retary 9 Youth Council 19 Q 1 n Scroll 12 Prom Court 11 Pep Club LINDA KUBLY Girls Chorus 9 10 12' F.H.A. 9 10' Crimson 12' Arc ery 11 ' Drama 10' G.A.A. 9 10' Forensics 12' Girls Crafts 10' Prom Commit- 11' oats 9 12' Pep Club 9 10. NORMAN JENSON Furniture Refinishing 9 10 11 12 Archery 9 10 ll Library Club 9 10 Home Mechanics 11 12 Basketball 9 10 Golf 9 1foats91011H1Y 0 L, rf K. 2 C K9 . 'N .1 0 .1 , 1 N x., 5, . .1 x 1 -r . N 1 'V J 1 . X .1 C J X NJ . X X I , XJ f 'rf - n X 'X xv 5 XJ x- 'xn- J RJ X RONALD JOHNSON F A 9 Crimson 11 12 Boys Archery 9 10 Library, Club 9 10 Work Exper ience 11 12 Prom Com mittee 11 Floats 9 10 12 H1 Y 9 10 Pr Court 11 x V X X4 M u x 1 ,M . M? at N? 9 SALLY LANGEDYK Grs Chorus 9 10 11 12 Mixed Chorus 11 12 Furniture Refinishing 11 FHA 9 10 Cr1mson12 Archery ll 12 Drama 10 GAA 9 10 Home 'Vlechan1cs 11 Girls Crafts 9 10 Work Ex perience 12 Prom Com 11111.96 11 Floats 9 10 12 Secre ary Youth Council 11 12 Hall Monitors 12 Pep Club 10 110 f 'C' DONALD Bo s Ar her 9 ll r 1 nik o rarv Club a 1 B e a r m Comm tte ff X . lj 1111 lt- 1,19 j , 1 ' 1 1 1 ' A W 4 nl 1 , X Ft' 1 X If ,4 4 V L .ML it L . n awp A P I ' L l L L' 1 Y 1 1 5,1 V 1 y , 3' . 112111 V l ,ly fl ' Y X XX ALICE LYKE Girls Chorus 9 FHA 9 10 11 Girls Archery GAA 9 10 G1 s afts oats 9 10 11 if lv tl 'Q Cf' VX JVM ww JACQUELINE MCCALL Girs Chorus 9 10 11 ' . .A. F.H.A. 9 10' Archery 12' G.A.A. 9 10' Home Me- chanics 12' Girls Crafts 9' Work Experience 9 10 11' Prorn Committee ' oats 9 0 ' Pep Club 9 10. RONALD McCAFFERY A A 9 10 ll 12 r niture Refinishing 11 F A 10 11 12 Crim son 11 12 Boys Arch 9 10 11 12 Le er Club 10 11 12 B Band 9 Football 9 10 11 Z Basketball 9 10 11 12 e all 9 10 Prom Cornmittcc ll oats 9 10 11 C ss President 9 Youth Council 9 10 11 12 Hall Monitors 10 ll 12 St nt Council ll Prom Court 11 JOY MARSDEN Girls Chorus 10 ll ' A Band 11 12' F.T.A. ' Ban ' Girls Crafts 9' Work Ex- perience 10 11 12' Prom Committee 11' Floats 12' Tatler 12. CONNIE MATHISON Mixed Chorus 9 FNA 11 12 Prom Committee 11 Floats 12 DALTON MENHALL Crimson 11 12' Boys Archery 9 10' Letter Club 10 11 12' Football ' G f 12' Drama 10' Prom Committee 11' Youth Council 10 11 12- Boys Hobbies 9' Tatler 12. 54 LINDA MAYFIELD Girls Chorus 10 11 12 Mixed Chorus 9 11 12 F A 10 11 12 Crim n 11 12 Floats 9 Pep Club 9 10 Nx!'lX Yo ,N- ,x Xxse X XX Niles ,Agn JUDITH MESSMER Girls Chorus 10 11 12 Mixed Chorus 9 F T A 11 12 Crimson Girls Archery 12 Girls Crafts 9 Work Experi ence 10 11 12 Floats 12 FRED MEYERS Furniture Refinishing 11 Crimson 12 Boys Arch 9 10 11 12 Home 'Vlechamcs 10 11 Foot ball 10 Volleyball 9 10 11 12 Prom Committee oats 9 0 Vice President 10 Hi Y MARY MOSS Girls' Chorus 9 10' Mix- e Chorus 9 10 11 2' Band 9 ' Furniture Refinishing 11' F.H.A. 9 10' Crimson 11 12' Drama 10' Work Ex- perience 12' Prom Com- mi ee 11' Floats 9 10 11 12' Youth Council 9 'sz' JUDITH MURWIN Girs Chorvus 9 10 11 A 9 10 11 Cr n 11 12 FNA 10 Drama 10 11 GAA 9 10 11 Library Club 12 Prom Committee 1 Foats 9 10 11 UW ff if V 3? v lf JANE NIELSON irs Chorus 9 10 11 2 Girls Archery 11 12 GAA 9 10 Girls Crafts 9 10 Work Experience 12 Prom Committee 11 oats 9 10 11 JACK OLSON A Band 9 AVA 9 10 A Crimson 12 Boys Arch er 910 1112 Le er Club 10 11 12 Foren sics 11 12 Football 9 10 11 12 Baseball 9 10 11 12 Basketball 9 10 11 12 Tennis 9 Work Experience 10 11 Prom Committee 11 Floats 9 10 11 12 Vice President 11 Social Representative 9' Youth Council 12' Hall Monitors 123 Tatler 12' Badger Boys State 11' Boys Hobby 9. JUDITI-l OLSON Girs Chorus 9 10 113 . .A. 9 ' F.H.A. 9 10' Crimson 11 12' Archery 11' Drama ' G. . . ' Work Experience 9 10 11' Prom Committee 11' Floats 9 10 11 1 T t- ler 12. ' , 'CV , 1 MW fl Qty , L ' V - ' L, V L f , V , ' L, L V ' f , .1 -s. ,My A , L- , . - , f ,. , f Aa, 'X 'f . 1 ,, X 1 4 f 4, , 6 v, 1 M N ' .X C-f ' . t 1 x , ff ,, f' v Y' 1 1. 1 by ' 1. . ,, A A " -' ' ' ,L , 1 k Lb ' cb 1 fiylw f-,cw T 'li l A fy . . 1 PATRICIA PERLEBERG Girls Chorus 9 FHA 9 Girls Archery 12 F A 10 GAA 9 0 ll 12 Girls Crafts 10 Floats 9 e Club 9 11 'X NW '1 MYRLEEN PLAUTZ Mixed Chorus 9 10 11 12' A Band 9 10 11 2' F.H.A. 9' Girls Archery 12' Girls Crafts 9' Prom Committee 11' Floats 12. AL i X Lv I, PAUL PULLEY Boys Chorus 12 A Band 11 12 Boys Archery 11 Letter Club 12 Football aseball oats 12 H Y Homecommg Court 12 ,,-.1 ,601 X! J! OV fill 'fzll 54 I Z-Q j X DUANE QUAM M1xed Chorus 9 10 11 Lxbrary Club 9 10 12 Work Expenence 12 Prom Comm1ttee oats 9 10 11 'N ff 14 J 17, ff' WILLIAM SCI-IOENFELD FFA 9 10 11 Cr1mson 12 Boys Archery 9 11 12 Letter Club 12 Football 9 10 11 12 Prom Commlttee Homecommg Kmg 12 lf'-f JUDY RIME G1rls Chorus 10 11 12 Cr1mson 12 FNA 12 Drama 10 11 12, GAA 10 Cheerleadmg 10 11 Forens1cs 12 Prom Com m1ttee 11 Floats 10 11 12 Hall Momtors 12 Homecommg Court 12 Pep Club 10 11 flblie J ffm AMAA 4" 9,415 GARY SCHARFENBERG F A 9 10 12 Cr1m son 11 12 Boys Arch ery 9 Letter Club 10 12 Football9 10 11 Basketball 9 10 11 B seball 9 10 1 Work Expemence 9 11 12 Prom Comm1ttee 11 Floats 9 10 1 Luuuh COLIHCII 9 10 12 Hall Mon1tors Student COUIICI1 , Badger Boys State Boys Hobby 9 uf Adi L4 C nik 414, lffm ff .Cf KZ C1491 1 War Q J' fff cf YWW .JH 'Z at lktx-Lat LL 'V up fix 1 MQ, Anms scnon' Z rf G1rls Chorus 9 10, G1rls Archery 11 12 GAA 9 10 11 12 G1rls Crafts 9 10 11 12, Prom Com m1ttee 11, Floats 10 12 is. X tl ALYCE SCI-IULTZ G1rls Chorus 9 10 Crlm son 12 Archery 11 A 9 G1r s Crafts 1 Prom Commlttee Floats 12 KEITH SCHUMACI-IER Mlxed Chorus 9 10 12 Boys Chorus 11 12 Band 9 Drama 10 11 S age Crew 11 12 B Band 9 JAMES SLINDE A 9 A 9 Crlmson 11 12 Archery 9 10 Prom Commlttee Foats 9 0 Hall M0 tors 12 Qjfiwpj WWwlQ 'U rw W WMV YM 1 kif L C1 'N JULIE STAFF Glrls Chorus 9 10 M1x ed Chonus l0 11 FT.A 0 12 FHA 9 11, Crlmson 11 12 Par hamentary Procedure 11 GAA 9 10, Forensics 12 Work Experlence 9 10 11 12 Prom om m1ttee 11 Floats 9 10 11 12 V1ce Presxdent 9 Youth Counc11 10 11 12 Hall Momtors 10 11 CONNIE SPEER G1rs Chorus 9 10 11 12 M1xed Chorus 10 11 10 Crlmson 12 Arch ery 11 12 Home Mech amcs 11 Forens1cs 9 11 Prom Comm1ttee11 Floats 9 10 11 12, Soc al Representatlve 10 Youth COUHCII 9 10 11 12 Hall Momtors 10 11 12 Student Councxl 12 91 RICHARD STONE A 9 FFA 9 12 Cr1mson 12 rchery 9 10 11 Boys Hobby 9 Prom Commlttee 11 Floats 9 A . . , Z '12i X A 1' 1 L, IQ- H ' Vo ' ' L G.A. .y , 10, 11,, 122 1, H. 0+ r, . 1 7 3 1 , I L-'xtx . 11: if L.fX 0-'L 'X 7 V'- 1X ,lcd , 1 as V A L LM L .A N ' its JL :D X x .Vg -1. 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CAROLYN TEUBERT Glrs Chorus 9 10 11 12 Mixed Chorus 9 10 FHA 9 Crimson 11 Girls Archery 11 Drama 9 10 Pep Club 9 Work Experience 11 F ats 9 10 11 12 ROGER SWENSON Boys' Chorus 93 A.V.A. 9, 10, 11, 123 Furniture Refinishing 11g F.F.A. 9, 10, 11, 125 Boys' Archery 115 Football 93 Prom Committee 115 Floats 10, 11, 12. GENE TEUBERT Boys' Archery 9, 10, 12: Prom Committee 11g Treasurer 9. GLORIA THRONSON Girs C orus 10 11 A 9 Crimson 12 FNA 11 GAA 10 11 12 L1bra ry Club 11 12 Girls Crafts 9 Prom Commit tee 11 Floats 12 Prom Queen 11 w-5f5JJ-' Q.-Q! op, fri 5-fy J, Qrjs, J-K Kari sfo' ii Ss' XD- -35" D-J .frpxx f 5 0-5 NJC' ,P-' GARY TIFFANY A 9 Cr1mson 11 12 Boys Archery 9 Library Club 10 11 Prom, Com 11 F19gahfx1,ef!'Q9r1e 2 .f"'r7'u'D 5, Jr-J".f Jfjxjc .rf Y J -Lf 'xfyf' J,-J K N wx fx !j!vw' "' 3 1 1 ' -1" J A if ,jf jr, 7 X U1 lj 1 if gf' If f fy! .1 7 P uf ' I ' h , 3 F.H. . , 10, 11, 125 fir ' , A Lys? 3 - 1 r VH" 1 ,TQ , - ' 1 2 1 ,ssl ,y - A ' . . . 3 ' 3 Q - 1 CS Mr, " ,12: L y . dp, 2,' y F , E Y I Xi 'yi-'ff' K 4' krxigspixx 10 , , , . 1 J A 'r EX E A.v. . , 10, 11, 12g ,Q 1 1 I I V rl Q f , . j , 2,1 f 1 -E". AJ- ' '-,Ji J 1 1 swf .V fx f'AL .F 9 Q ' if aft' Q jj' Ji- 3. 5' .1 ,JJ ' N 3 ,Jr f :JI1?' Qglri ,lf-2 WIN W E3 1 " LVL! IJ!" ,JF ,fx ' f"X il .K J 1: HX K" J MQCTLIX ' -bt 'v J . 1 f Q , 11 x.'L!' 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Vt Fulton St hore J8 01 39 A R Gessert and R A Yoss GOOD LUCK Otis 81 Allce Bosbon 116 W Fulton Edgerton COLONIAL BEAUTY SHOP H H WESCOTT TRUCKING SERVICE Phone 496J 120 NOPTH HENPY PI OMP'l COURTEOUS Phone 90 EDGERTON FEED 81 SEED Custom G1 mdmg and 1VIlXll'1g 104 S Maln Stleet Phone 67 SLAGG and ROANG Re 11 Estate Insul ance 110 NN est Fulton Stleet 3 V Phone 33 NK estmghouse Appll mces If um and Home VI 11lI1g EDGERTON ELECTRIC SALES I gorge C Iuo eh Ifulton btlett hone , ' M, v ' v - , , , iI I Y s I 1 - 0 bc C - - Q n.. . , ' ' , J.,- 2 V , . Y ,nn is u I ' - I I I' -Y li Z. 7. . P li 's 3 I 1 I . I I I I I I . . n . . W I I I . I I I I I I I I ' I . . I 1 ' , . K I , ,.. -. . . . 1 2' ' '- I f -' -A l1'- I. I s' ,2 . .. . I I 'i ' Y .,, P 83 .. TIBBIES Beet CI1lCIx6I1 Around I11d1fu1 POICI VAN VALIN and MANSON SHEET 'NIFIAL SHOP 171 IN Pu O11 IOIIL 7 Cong1atulf1t1o11s 56111018 Southern Wlsconsm News Co 800 XX ut Ifultol Phone 707 GAMBLES FIHE PPIEINDI Y YI OI F C VI Habson Ou nu MERWIN S SALES 81 SERVICE Holm of PIIIIICIIX SLIXICQ Shell Products 111111 Q A xc SKIN 0 FXIIIIIICIL AIOIUIS 0 1o1111I111xI Lo 1tx I1sI1111L I xc 1 L CEI X ICI' IS Ol' LL SINESS RUBEN TELLEFSON FUNERAL HOME Ambul mu Se 1 1 IU, PU? 'Ihud btleet Edgeltou XN1sco11s111 EDGERTON FARMERS WAREHOUSE CO 1 o L lead uf Phom 7 8 Noun -Xmu11dso11 NIL1 GATEWAY LUMBER COMPANY Bu11d1ng 'VIatL11dl Lumbu Coal HHICIXK 111 Pamt I om COINCPATLJLATIONS PETERS FOOD MARKET QLASS OP 18 11EA1s AN11 c 1 OCEI use BIWER S SHOE STORE 1011 hee Ileluux SOIIIIILIH XAISLOIISIIIS PIIIQSI btItLLl0l1 of Natlolmllx Ixnoxxn Ifootxxefu 97 S Mam St Janesxllle C QJHIIJIIHNIIIS oi ARROW FILLING CORP Edge1to1 124 .1 , ' I 1 ' S"1 'k'1"' J X VN W A 1 Col -1 1 1 ulomoii '1 1' 1"icv Lf '. 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Looks like Gary rs down to the bare essen tmls To at old bemg caught ulthout 21 thmg to xx ear keep your closet vsell stocked wlth fme taxlored clothes from ANDERSON 81 FARMAN CO NIensCloth1ng Shoes FLllll1SI'1lllgS Phone 77 Viarx Jarlsberg Luke Lem Watch The Birdie' Smlle now say prunes vshy so sado These xx ere the comments as EH S students were bemg photographed for the CRIMSON by the photographers of MORRISON STUDIO 1 XX est XX lsconsln Axe Nlllu aukee XX 1SC,OIlSlll One Beer To The Rear Dear Whether its for your favorite dear or the gang A 85 W Root Beer IS always the fav orlte A 81 W DRIVE IN N01th Mfun Stleet Phone 4OP Edgerton 'J Pocket Full Of Posues For that oh so Important date of the year Jack IVCQ tho VIP In h1 hfe flowero from the VICTORIA GREENHOUSE PJ N Mfun St Phon WALKER S FRIENDLY SERVICE 1 SOUTH CATLIN Phone Q75 ELLINGSON HARDWARE I enel xl HAIdXX'1l9 Phone I1 Cornphments IGA FOODLINER Donald Dunn PFODIIQLOI DREW S RESORT INDIAN FORD SANDVI ICHES AT ALL TIMES Phone 9585 Boat and Ba1t HOOK S INSURANCE Auto Llfe P119 Cmsualty Zo Bloadu av Stleet Street Phone 41113 EDGERTON SAND and GRAVEL IPI Hlghxx IX Ihone 14 BEN FRANKLIN STORE EDCEPTON W A BLUMEP ONNNEP EDGERTON BEAUTY SHOP 18 Su 1ft Stleet Phone 615 QPhotograph1c Eqmpment gP1cture D6Y6lOpIDg QRecords Sheet Musxc EDGERTON CAMERA SHOP E Fulton St Phone 5 P ly E Pulley EASTMAN MOTO RS Dodge and Plymouth 5 Alblon Stleet Phone CONGRATULATES THE CLASS OF 1958 126 I I I 0 Y . 11 z " '.' I I I I I I I I I I I ' of I . I I . g. 5 . .S . J M A I I I I I I I I I I j ' I I I .,- . I cy-: . - . e 417 I . I . I ,Y W S I Z, ,Y- V NYT VVVV T My '71 I 'iii' I ITT!"-H ' ' 'wrfzz ' 'Z I I I . . I I - . - - Z I y . v . 4 0 . I . I - I . 75' I I I I I S . ' . .27 I I I L E . . n, I u I ' - ' ' 175 I I ' I I I I . I I , . , I I I I I I I 15,5 I I DALE he I I L DON VOS FORD INC QOINDIIINLIIIS ot 1 N NI 11n bu H EBBOTT 81 SONS Ilwm 1240 1 E Fulton St lhone Be I XX ISIIGS INITEI N-YIION AL HALXILMEI l' I I Sxles Sz ounce FRtD LARSQN BARSNESS BARBER SHOP KEPP S DAIRY SERVICE 11111011 51111 Illstx lbllI0l lOl BANCPOFI nAlDw DTFFXTXTFIK One NIIIG N01 th Of EClg6lt0I1 Phone! 0 On Hlglm IX ul l hone 110 oncqrafu aflon: an esf QMS es 7 fA CIM 0 1958 The Edgerton Store IO6 West Fulton Phone 72 v ' I y ' . 511' . Q' ' 'eel 3 , f' . . P 136 s : T, , , , , ,N , , , to ll 1 "lass ml' 19524 A LL A A 4 A 5 1 L .N - ... 3 m ' ' lx I ' . 1 - w b In. ' . 'Ht 1 "lt Pays to Look Well" V V- 1 , L N Y , llfl LLL 1 LLKJ1lLJk,fLLJ '2 1 I , l 1 H D I ' A O fha A Good Bunk In A Good Town F01 p romp t courteous confldentlal serv1ce for all your banklrg needs lt S e Natlonal Bank of Edgerton 108 VN Fulton St Phone 500 EDGERTON MOTOR CO 117 N Henry Street Phone 39 CUNNINGHAM S 205 WEST FULTON Have Lunch At Badger Custard SUNDAES MALTS CUSTARDS Phone 321 SCHOOL SUPPLIES OOKES HOT DOGS CONES LEO'S RIVER STATES SERVICE CANDY Leo C Protteau North on 51 Ph0H6 604 Come In and See MARTIN JOHNSON JOHN and JEAN PAINTER 402 Pleasant Street Phone 9597 Swlft Street Phone 292 JL' ' '42 E45 . 'Mun ' 5 fl! ff!! ' ' Bnxnx WHNTN nzshocx' Q 2 1 . . . . . , 1 1 th . . . O I 31 :J Abraham Terry C103 Aegerter Tom C113 Ahrensmeyer Sandra C103 Ahrensmeyer Sarah C113 27 29 Allen Loretta C113 Ames Arnold C103 Ames Davld C123 Anderson Anderson Anderson Anderson Anderson Anderson Anderson Barbara C93 Car C93 Carol C103 Jean C123 Jeannette C113 Joan C123 Marllyn C93 Antwme Lee C 123 Bal1s Irene C93 Balls Ruth Ann C113 Balke D8V1d C93 Barrett Wllllam C93 Bartz Barbara C113 Bauer Nancy C123 Beyer Larry C93 Bxeck Dale C113 Bleek Jeffrey C93 B16Ck JoAnn C113 50 60 86 42 43 44 B16Ck Bleek M1chael C93 Sandra C103 Blanchar Mary C93 Bobb Mary C113 Borchert Donna C93 Borchert Ellen C103 Bosbon Bowen Boyles Boyum Dlanne C103 Charles C113 Lmda C93 John C93 Bradley Larol C113 Bramer Frederlck C123 Brandt Robert C123 Br1ckson Stanley C113 Brown Jerry C123 Brown Letha C93 Brunl James C103 Burdlck Dorothy C103 Burdlck Gall C103 Burns Beverly C123 Burns Jud1th C113 Burns Robert C103 Bye A1nold C103 Carlson Ca lson Carlson Carrxer Elleen C103 James C123 Joanne C113 Charles C103 Chrlstlanson Jul1e C103 Chrlstlanson Peter C93 Clebell Frederlck C113 Clebell Phllllp C93 tudent Index 35601 2360 3 3638484956 7 26 29 34 36 46 56 33 39 64 2 34 37 40 46 60 7 29 34 46 99 105 33 39 44 56 2 32 34 46 99 5 2 39 40 66 67 9 2 46 4 64 85 97 31 44 64 85 6 48 50 52 53 0:1 6 96 01 7 3 3 31 34 56 82 40 49 65 100 2 82 83 95 'J 32 36 40 6 3 56 6 4 49 53 6 28 46 64 98 38 45 60 96 28 36 40 46 64 0 40 46 60 99 34 35 49 50 29 46 56 60 34 36 60 82 83 51 0 97 06 33 40 46 60 9 6 97 01 56 64 97 Clark Arthur C93 Clark Ellls C103 Coll1ns Patrlck C113 Condon James C93 Connors Kathrvn C103 Cox Ann C103 Crandall Dorothy C93 Crandall Marlss C113 CZEChOWlt7 Mary C103 Dahl Gerald C103 Dallman Dwlght C93 Dammen Glorla C113 Danrelson Robert C113 Danks Robert C113 Danks Patrlcra C103 Davls Susan C123 Dav1s Va1Ra6 C103 De1gnan Patrlcra C12 DeWar Karen C123 DeWar R1chard C113 DeWar Sharen C123 D1edr1ck Fred C103 Donstad John C123 Drogsvold 'Vlary C123 Eastman John C113 Ebbott Peter C93 Ebbott Rxchard C103 Edwards Nancy C123 34 36 4 Edwards Robert C103 Ellefson Dax 1d C93 Ellefson MarJor1e C93 Ellls Deanna C93 Erdahl Robert C113 Evans Judlth C93 Fallrgant Jean C93 Farrlngton Jeanne C93 Farrrs Edward C93 Fay Dlane C93 Fessenden Colette C103 Fessler Adella C93 Fessler Joanne C103 F1nn Mary C103 Flsher Faye C93 Florm Robert C123 Ford Thomas C103 Fortman Gretchen C113 Foss Patsy C113 Frank Martha C123 Freberg Jamce C113 Fromader Shlrley C93 Fuchs Sandra C103 Fulton Barbara C113 Fulton Elalne C93 Furan Delbert C93 Furseth Charles C103 4606 356961 33 36 9 26 29 I 1 26 34 57 3 49 50 64 67 5 4 48 50 60 :J 9 50 52 70 78 100 7 4 60 85 01 39 47 48 65 51 28 33 46 65 2 57 96 40 42 7 40 1 28 36 28 32 38 36 39 30 37 40 46 36 61 4 51 2 43 1 34 40 44 46 78 98 346 2 9 28 46 D L 1 64 129 Y V 1,s,s,,,-,,-, -1 60 , sooo.,., ,ss...., o..e 3 3 ooo-- 64, 97 , ,,,,,,r,ooo.vo,,..oo 2, , 1 , ' oo,.....oooo 11..1.. 4, , 9 Y ,yyi----,A- ,U 9, ,5 ' , '- so-,, oos, 2,,, ,1o , , -,.,s,..s , s.oo.t.....,. 31, 64, 96 , , 4 ,,,,,, 6 , v ,,,o , , 40, 51, 60, 99 , -----ywVy ,,,, , , --,eoooo 3 ss,.,s .3 o,1o - 33, 46, 60 Y -yyy4,--yyA-ss1w,-A-- U , 3 osr- 28, 33, 42, 64 Y - ---------VssssA--A--sss-, , 10' , 5 ssoo... 2 ,39, 40, 56 Y yy-,-AVsA-s1,---,- , , ' ,, f ssoo ,S sorss so 29, 37, 46, 60 , 1 .,,-.-,v-Y,..,......,......, 64 1 ---+-f- 9- 1 1 1 1 15 , U ooso,o, , so so 3 3 31, 44, 60, 96 - ------ff:e---- Y 1 1 1 , ' ss-.oo,.. o,.,.... 64, 96 3 I --- -f----e -9 --,'- 10 ' ', ,,oo soo,, , ,,os. 3 1, 48, 56 , 1 -----::- 8' 1 1 1 ' 9 , ,.,o, , s,sooosos1. 44, 47, 57, 101 1 -::::----":'f::-:+--- , ' ' ,,oss ,o,.,,..... 43, 60 ', ..,ooooo,o 26, 32, 36, 49, 106 ', ....,...1.,,..11,. ,. ..,, 8, , 6 ', - - ,,..,..... - 42, 98, 99 ', a1...1 .,.a..4... 46, 56 ' , ' '- , ,S , ,36, 38, 48, 106 7 '7 , 1 .....1......,.aa 44, 7, ', ,101 , 3 ,S 40, 46, 98, 106 , ' ' 11,.,.1....1aa, , , , ,9 , ' 3 31,57 , 111..,1................. 4-6, 56 , ,s..ss oo.o .... 4 6, 98, 10' , , 1o.......... 34, , , , ,1 ' ' - , 11 0 -ssss ,s,,.- --an 60 , .,...,..1..... .. ....... 4, , 1 , ,-.so, A 3 so ,,,,. 43, 44, 107 ' , .,.33 . ..3..31.3333..,... 31, 48, 56 ,, , 99, 105 , 4 ,,,33---3--e3.,31.....,..,... 64 ' , ..33,33.3,.......... 2 ,29, 46, 56 ' , ' 33...33o 32, 44, 49, 64, 85, 96 , . 4444444 , , ,96. 101 ' , 33...33,333.., 29,4,44, 60, 99 , .4444 6, , , , ,8 4 , 33-.,.3333..,,33... 26, 33, 46, 64 , ' ......v4.4444 -- 7 ,,,, 8' , ,3.,.1.. ,..31 , . .... 3,34,51,56 , .,,. 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SONS Compllments of CHARLES E EDWARDSON General Stole 13 N SW1ft Stleet FULTON NORM and BILL S BUCHHOLZ AGENCY INC 219 SOUTH MAIN 110 South Main Phone 443 Phone Z5 For A Sweet Treat Its a deluclous MALT Y SUNDAE SPLIT J dy O SODA THI: DAIRY BAR Hlghvsay 51 Phone C'-'FF LODGE KROGER sToRE Boat Launchlng Boats FOI Rent Rural Route 2 16 East Fulton St Phone 9583 Phone 131 1 I JOHN'S TOT SHOPPE DICKINSON'S TOBACCO 20 N HGUFY 1 West Fulton Street Phone 503.1 Phone 271 Are a girl's best friend - an o nne is no exception . . . 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We mean of course the beautiful new 1958 Pontxac and Buick from FORD S PONTIAC BUICK CO Sales and SQIVICQ 10 Nolth Su lft Phone 49 SHOWER HOUR? No Sl1OW91 1n 3ou1 home? Have one lnstalled undel the flne xx orkmanshlp of the and Heatmg Company Crane Kohler Standard Amerncan Fixtures 110 S Maln St Phone 88 Our Crew To give you the fmest m wholesale and retall meats and frozen foods from the EDGERTON LOCKER CO 101 VN Fulton Phone 151 Vle Freeze to Please Watson Plumbing I ' 9, W f- f H lf n ,. 1 August September October 14 20 Nox ember 12 13 1957 53 Schedule Eager beavers gathered from near and far for testmg and matr1culat1on on freshman orientatlon day Old fr1ends and some new faces VlS116d school for a brief chat w1th principals and teachers during the regular h1gh school reg1strat1on days Teachers went to classes and started school wh1le some of us dreaded the f0ll0W1I1U week but most of us anxiously awaited the open1ng of school for another year Musty lockers were once again f1lled w1th books and we full of cur1os1ty about new teachers and eagerness for new sublects bus1ly started a fresh school year Our f1rst pep assembly was held before a non conference game at Cambmdge We vxon 7 6 Seniors sponsored a dance 1n the youth center 1n honor of the new fresh men Assembly speeches briefed us on old rules explalned new rules d1scussed the lyceum programs and newspaper ISSUES and the correspondlng fee and we found that we d1d not f1t easily 1nto the aud1tor1um Our m1lk break went into effect The B team swamped guest team M1lton 12 0 Moved to the gym for our pep assembly and watched the football boys and their new coach run through offens1ve and defensive plays The scoreboard read 25 7 as we play ed victor 1n our first conference game agamst Monroe JUDIOTS held the youth center dance The B team traveled to Jefferson and trounced the1r Jun1or varsity 21 9 A squad d1dnt follow the right footsteps and found Jefferson steppmg over them 14 7 Spectators rushed back to the gym for the semor sponsored Cous1n Fuzzy dance Our first lyceum program held Jointly wlth the Jun1or high this year on deep sea d1v1ng The B team played Fort and tasted the1r f1rst defeat 18 14 V3YS1ty played Monona Grove and lost 25 0 Freshmen sponsored their first youth center dance Snakes and reptiles were explained 1n a un1que lyceum number B squad lost a close one 7 6 to Stoughton The c1ty was full of exc1tement for the annual Homecom1ng parade and bonf1re pep and her court Tatler made 1tS 57 debut during sixth hour Bowed to Stoughton for the blg game 34 0 The Jumor class held the Homecoming Dance as the Top' Hatters Band played to the theme Chances Are Flu bug b1tes students and teachers as the pace slackens Game cancelled w1th Mlddleton Battle with bug continues Term1nat1on of the six weeks IS extended Bug IS boggmg as students strengthen B team hosts Monona and won 8 0 Fort t1ltS T1de on Dads Nlght as we got trounced 400 Sophomores sponsored the dance 1n the youth center Trick or treat as Tatler IS d1str1buted Youth Counc1l sponsored the annual Halloween dance 1n the gvm wh1le w1ndows are soaped and faces washed Played W1SCOHSlH High there and lost 40 6 Mass move for the big M Day as everyone helped haul the grades to their new building Late game Wlth M1dd1eton was played but we lost to the tune of 34 26 Journahsm class took poll for Cr1mson Queens Lyceum program held 1n the gym w1th one of our favorlte negro s1ngers We vacat1on as the teachers trek to Milwaukee for the1r convent1on for W EA We honored the veterans Wlth a spec1al assembly 1n the gym and a flag ra1s1ng ceremony outside Seniors had their plctures taken for Crimson Posters proclaimed lt was Happy C C Day Crimson held a carn1val 1n the gym that attracted ox er a thousand v1s1tors Tatler remlnds us that a vacat1on approaches Basketball begxns w1th a game at Mukwonago and we won 61 50 B team cagers won 36 17 Cheerleaders sponsored a dance in the youth center to pay for new un1forms Teachers out bid students at the Letter Club slave auction during lunch hour State FHA rally was held at Edgerton as our homemakers played hosts 29 B ' ' 2 ' ' 3-4 . . . . . . . 5-6 ' - ' b 9 ,Y ' . , . . 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SHADE CORP SELF SERVICE LAUNDRY Manufactu e s of Lamps Shades W Wash Dy D Iron 101 V1 Fulton Phone 21 Z Buld ck Street Phone 9 HIGHWAX TRAILER C0 Manufacturers of Amerlca s Quallty Traller Lune SIMONSEN CHEVROLET CO l WHERE SERVICE sHoWs 1 Phone 5 1 1 l l 1 Q wlscoNsaN co or Tobacco Growers Association South Henry Street Phone 254 Post Off1C6 Box 191 i ALBION CO OP CREAMERY CO Rural Route 1 Phone 633 HAN DY FOOD SHOP "We Serve More People" 4 Lord Street Phone 20 138 9 . l In i l 0 1 - - ' 1 82.1 l l I l A ' . - 1 P F l A ' I l e - r - ye - 7 ' E ssss l li 'i 1 D1 . 1 . . .. l l E . -W E g ' l l 28 29 Decembet 18 19 January 23 24 February 1957 53 Schedule e Y t NLIHIIXCIN s 111 e 1 vw e tolloyy 1 to loose 41 o Stutfed bnfds and stomachs as yye yaeanotei tot Thanksfmlnv Report card txme agam as ue blte our natls Basketball yy1th Nlllton here amd we topo d them team 39 03 B squad yyon 3 21 Game yylth Jettetson on the11 Coult ts yye lost 89 00 Junxox ya1s1ty squad held then oyyn and yyon 26 22 SLHIOIS spon oted another youth centet dznee as they wotk toward D C, aved Monona hete and won 06 DU Boys and ls he y t t1es e dance ln the youth eentex B team won 44 21 JUINOIS presented a pep assembly s111t ln the audttorlum T1lt yyxth Whlteyyatet ln nan conference play and lost 60 40 B squad yyon agam 43 41 Tatler Chrlstmas 1ssue of exffht pages yyas a treat D1ama Club produced an all school Chrlsttnas pageant A Chlld Is Bom Cheerleadels h ld the pep assembly andthe semorg sponsoled th dance Lost to Stoughton at hom 61 56 Two yyeeks ot v'tcat1on for Santa Claus and welcommv Senlols pat on a danee ln the gym A neyv yeal but the same 1out1ne ae yye ILLLII11 txom Chustmas vacatton Basketball y11th lVI1dd16tO1l there and we lost b8 47 B team ltkeyuse 3 31 Non eonfet nce game with Madlson West lost 13 63 78 69 but the B team won 30 32 Future Homemakers held the danee atter the game 1'atler announced the new Teen Center bulldtng seeuteel by the Youth Counetl and the Act1v1t1es Comm1tte Flunk now avold the rush later as sad sacks and sharp penells slavei oyet sernes ter exams Game at hom yylth Monro We lost 87 80 as the Junlor yars1ty team conttnue to yv1n ol 00 Sophomores sponsored the oanee Second semester started as grades ended f1rst semester Wlnter concert of bands and choruses In the evenmg B squad ralned to w1n 44 32 Jumors held the youth center dance We play ed Jefterson here and won 86 83 B team won 40 29 Freshmen presented the afternoon pep assembly Aetlvlty p1Ctu1es lol the 1958 QIIINSOD wele taken 111 the gym xs eyetyone said cheese Lyceum program by an acxobattc stunt man '1I1137Ld us all Lost a game yy1th WlSCO1lSlH Htgh 61 46 Played Monona Glove there and lost another 78 68 B team seoled abaln takm Monona 48 41 Junlors sponsored a dance 1n the old youth eenter More flashbulbs and smlles tor Crlmson p1ctures Tatler d1str1but1on Game yylth Stoughton on then' court as we lost ol 49 The Juntot yars1ty squad topped the Stoughton B Q 36 29 Be my valentlne anyone' No school for us as the teaehels Go to lV1ad1son to a e0nyent1on Played 'Vhddleton hete and lost agaln 60 09 B team yyon 44 43 G A 41 sponsotel the youth center dance Hall monitors and student b0VL1I1TT1LHI leadets yx ere honored at an issembly Basketball team played then last eonference ,Same and lost 1 elose one m ox L1 tnne play 64 63 B squad followed su1t and lost 41 38 The faeulty tlollcked tot us 111 an unu ual and amustng pep assepbly that present d then anaitng top tunes Futene Fumets ot Amellca held then a nual banquet as sexy 1 by the lrls ol 'T H A Game yynh Fort 1n a tourney openet and vye lost all 91 34 B team yyon 44 41 Tatler d1str1but1on durmyf last hoen elasses I 27 NVy go rolled by' the Chee-5' 2 ' ap our cu' tit lost. t'8-ff. 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