Elmwood High School - Beacon Yearbook (Elmwood, WI)
- Class of 1955
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We the class of 'SE dedicate our '55 Beacon to the Football
team for their outstanding teamwork and sportsmanship Our
championship really made us proud of these boy's and we hope
there will be another on in the near future Congratulations
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DUANE BEE F F A l 2, 3 M, Annual Staff M, Track 1, 2, 3
HONEY BERG Salutatorian, Class Play 3, F H A l 3 M, Prom Attendant 3
A c o taff 1 2 M, Forensics 3 M, Band 1, 2
Pep Band 1 3, Vocal Solo M, Chorus 1, 2, 3 Glee Club M Class
Officer 2, Pep Club l, 2, 3 Cheerleader 2, 3, All Star Band M
LOREN BERGER F F A 1, 2, Letter Club 2, 3 M Basketball Manager 2
KEVIN BRITTON Football 3, Basketball 3, Baseball 3, M, Boys' Quartet 3,
M Band 3, Class Play 3, Mixed Chorus 3 Transferred from Spring
JAM S CARTER Football 2 3 M, Track 1, 2, 3 M Volleyball 2 3 M
Letter Club l, 2, 3 M, Pep Club M F F A 1 2 3 M, Annual Staff M
JAMES CROPP F F A l, 2, 3
JANE CROPP F H A l, Annual Staff M, Librarian 2
ELAINE DEEONG Chorus 1, 2, 3 F H A 1, 2, 3, Librarlan l, 2, Annual
ROBERT DELONG Football l, 2 3 Basketball Manager 2 3 M Letter
Club 2, 3 M Annual Staff M, Track 3 M, Pep Club 1, Color Guard 3,M
RONALD GAUVIN Football 1, 2 3 M Basketball 3, Pep Club Ll, Letter
Club 1, 2, 3 M, Annual Staff M, Track 3 M, Prom King 3, Homecoming
EVELYN GRAY F H A 1 G A A 1, Chorus 1, rorensics 1, Annual Staff M
BRUCE HEIT Class Play 3, Annual Staff M F F A 1, 2, 3
Staff 3, M Annual Staff M, Track l, 2, Baseball 1, Spade Award 3
MARVIN ISUM F F A l, 2 3 F F A Reporter l, M Chorus 1, 2,
Boys' Quartet M, Librarian M Forensics 3 M F T A 3, Scroll Staff
3 M, Annual Staff M, Vocal Solo M, Transferred from Menomonie 2
KARLEEN KEARNS Pep Club 3 M, Librarian 3, M Majorette 2, 3 Cheer
leader 3 M, Annual Staff M, Scroll Staff M, Chorus l 2 G A A 2 3
F H A l, 2 3, Prom Attendant 3, Forensics l, 2, 3
JUDY LARRIEU Pep Club 1, 2, 3 M Band l, 2 3 M Chorus 1, 2, 3
Sextette 2 M Quartette 3 F H A 2 3 M G A A 2 3 M, Librarian
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Annual Staff M, Pep Band 1, 2 3 M, Homecoming Attendant 2 3, Junior
Class Play 3 Prom Attendant 3, Scroll Staff 1, 2 3 M Brass
Sextette 3 D A R Award M, All Star Band 3 M, Spoon Award 3
FRED LEEBE F F A l, Letter Club l, 2, 3 M, Annual Staff M, Baseball
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HENRY LEEHE C1888 Officer 3 M F F A l, 2 3 M F F A Officer 2, 3,
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RICHARD LEHMANN Football 1 3 M, Baseball 3 M F F A l, 2,
Letter Club 1, 3
ROSETTA LEHMANN Ch0ruB M, Scroll Staff M, Annual Staff M F H A 1, 2
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AUDREY ROBOLE Chorus l, 3, F H A l 3, Librarian l, Pep Club 3
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MARY WEBER Librarian l, 2, M, Annual Staff 3 M, Scroll Staff M, F H A
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JERRY WEBER Basketball l 2, 3 M Football l, 2, Track l
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In the fall of 1951, fifty one students climbed aboard the train of
knowledge to obtain a high school education This year we were initiated
by the Seniors The boys wore girls' blouses, lipstick, and their
overalls rolled up to their knees The girls wore their Dad's overalls
and shirts, and no lipstick At the dance we had to do stunts in front of
the entire student body
Class officers for tnis year were President, John Lewls, Vice
President, Jerry Jeb r, Secretary Treasurer, Janice Tibbetts, and Advison
During our Sophomore year, we lost twelve of our members Arla Hall,
Jean Hofacker, Collene Fleld, and Dorothy Weinzirl transferred to Durand
John Lynch, Herbert Radtke, Bill Stuart, and Lloyd Kearns, Joined the
service Ronald Reitz and Douglas Brunner are working on fanns,and
JoAnn Miller is married Three other students Joined our class namely
Bruce Heit, Evelyn Gray, and Marvin Isum
This year we sponsored the Christmas Party We originated the idea
of placing the Christmas tree in the center of the floor It had
originally stood in the corner
Our officers for thls year were President, Honey Berg, Vice
President, Richard Pence, Secretary, Stanley Levisee, Treasurer, Mary
Weber, and our Advisor was Mrs Jenson
We are well on our way to becoming educated This year Kevin Britton
and JoAnn Schick joined us The big event this year was our Prom, which
was a big success It was held on April 30 Our theme was 'Blue Moon,
Gauvin and he chose Delores Yauch as his Queen Attendants were Judy
Larrieu and Stanley Levlsee, Karleen Kearns and Bill Poquette, and Honey
Berg and Richard Pence
Another outstandlng event was, Just Ducky, our class play, under
the direction of Mrs Eukel
Class officers this aar were President, Henry Leehe, V1ce
President, Janice Tibbetts, ecretary, Mary Weber, Treasurer, Rlta Ottman
and our Advisors were Mr W1 link, Mr Mitchell, and Miss Lumby
As we go down the last tretch of high school life, we find that we
again have lost four members Laverne Seiple has Joined the Air Force,
Lorna Woods, Sadie Vivoda and JoAnn Schick are married
This year we initiated the Fresnmen and presented a dance in their
honor Homecoming was also a big event this year Mary Weber was elected
Queen by the football team and she chose John Lewis as her King They
were presented at halftime at the game between Elmwood and Tony which we
won A dance was held in the evening and was enjoyed by all
We have chosen Blue and White as our class colors. The carnation is
our class flower, and our motto is, nNot Finished, Just Begun ' We also
compiled the 1955 BEACON
Class officers for this year were President, Henry Leehe, Vice
President, Janice Tibbetts, Secretary, Mary Weber, Treasurer, John Lewis.
Our Advisors are Mrs Smlth, Miss Lumby, and Mr Willink
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and the music was furnished by the Royal Blackhawks. Our King was Ronald
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DUANE BEE, will my ability to stay out of the office, to Bob Radtke.
IEY BERG, will my philosophy of, 'Never do today what you don't
tElnk"'Eh'e teacher will ask for till tomorrow," to anyone who would
like to try it
LOREN BERGER, will y enjoyment for Chemestry class, to
KEVIN BRITTON, will my odd personality, to Richard Schaffner.
'E CARTER, will be leaving Ain't that enough?
ARES CROFF, will my quiet ways, to Lyle Hofacker
JAKE MARIE CROPP, will my locker, to anyone who is fortunate enough
to get It
will my slimness, to Nancy Wolf
will my ability to stay out of other peoples'
will my good parties, to Bob Radtke
EVELYN GRAY, will my ability to tumble, to Mary Werner.
BRUCL REIT, will my height, to Peter Clewis
GARY HOLT, will my ability to argue, to Eldon Jones
MARVIN ISUM, will my ability to keep quiet, to Eddie Brenner
KARLEEN KEARNS, will my love for the Navy, to Rita Forester
JUDY LARRIEU, will my cheerleading ability, to Neoma Robelia
FRED LEEJE, will my ability to go to Downsville and Arkansaw every
night to Bob Radtke
RENRY LEEH1, will my duty as class president, to anyone who can
anyone who can
JOHN LEWIS, will
will my ability to bet along in Social Problems, to
dependinb on the teacher
will my locker in the front of the locker room, to
stay at the front of the room at A OO p m
will my ability to play football, to Arnie Lauer
my ability to play basketball, to Eddie Brenner
STANLEY OLSON, will my ability to drive, to Kenneth Brookshaw
LARITA OTTMAN, will all my old boy friends, to Charlene Martin
ROBERT PELKE, will my ability to argue, to Edward Robelia
RICHARD FENCE, will my bald head in the summer time, to Harry Smith
WILLIAM POQUETTE, will my ability to keep late hours, to Lillian
KATHOLEEN ROBELIA, will my ability to do Math, to anyone who wants
AUDREY ROBOLE, will my love for Wabasha, to anyone who has an
PATRICIA RODEWALD, will my love for Woodville,
DONNA SCHUTZ, will my ability to talk an hour, to a
MARY ANN SIITH, will my baritone Sax to anyone who
VIOLET STRINGER, will my bottle of ink, to anyone
to any future
wants to lug it
that can keep it
LOREN THCIPSON, will my not being spoiled, to Mary Li Jenkins.
JANICE TIBBETTS, will my headaches as editor of the BEACON, to
MARY WEBER, will my personality, to Gerald Rodewald
PATRICK EDB R, have nothing to will, but my dislike for English, and
I wouldn't wlsh that on anybody
JERRY WEB R
will my ability to sleep in class, to Ellis Poquette
DELORLS YAUCI, will my ability to skip school, to Connie Crownhart.
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June 18, 1960
LeRoy Jenson, Ph D
Ithaca, New York
Dear Dr Jenson
We were very sorry that you could not attend our wonderful reunion
dinner held at the Roosevelt Hotel in New Orleans
We thought that you would like to know what each one of us is doing,
so here it
Fred H Ee
Bee is now the owner of a large dairy farm in Wisconsin
Berg is the top artist for Brown and Bigalow in Saint Paul
Ber er is head engineer at binnesota Mining and Manufacturing
Britton is one of the swabbies on tne ship LOCKWOOD of which
Cropp is one of the top literary critics for the publishing
company of Little, Brown and Company
Jane Cropp and hvelyn Gray are now chief operators of the Bell
Telephone Company in linneapolis
Elalne DeLong and Audrey Robole are hair stylists for the Warner
Brothers' Studios in Hollywood, California
Nr and Mrs Robert DeLon Cnee Lggy Heber? have started a drug
store in Los Angeles Bob is tie Pharmacist and Mary is his secretary
Seeing that Albert Einstein is gettlng up in years Qgry Holt is
studying with him so that he can replace him in time of need
Marvin Isum is a mis ionary, working in Afrlca
Judy Larrieu and Delores Yauch have a floor show which is now show
ing at the'Waldorf Astoria Hotel Judy does the singing and Delores does
John Lewis is now head Pharmacist of the Mayo Clinic in Rochester,
Patricia Rodewald is now a Registered Nurse at The Sister Kenny
Institute in Saint Paul, Minnesota
Jerry Weber seems to be following in his father's footsteps for he
is the owner of seven different Ford garages He tells us that he is
doing very well at it, too
Robert Pelke is now owner of one of the largest mink ranches in
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After several tries, Stanley hevisee is now in the movies H
informed us that 'n about two weeks he is starring in the movie,
NLV R AGAIN
We see that LaRita Ottman is flashing a diamond from her Boss
H J Andrews She Is Hi prlvate secretary '
If you want to know where to find a book, ju t ask Katholeen Robelia
as she is head librarian for the orfanization of Libraries, Inc
Ronald Gauvin is tryin out new models of racing cars for different
manufacturers He tells us that the fastest he has gone is 300 m p h
As you step into tne waiting room of the mutual Life Insurance
Company, you will be cordially greeted by Bgggttg Lehmann, who 1
If you read some of the larre newspapers in San Franci co, be sure
to look at the sports paves for the columns are written by William
Stanlel Olson i now official bed tester for the Simmons Bed
Company He seems to really enjoy h1s work
Donna cnutz 1 now private ecretary for Senator Snort of New York
Dr Richard Pence is now world famous for his study of Psycholovy
Loren Thompson is one of the most sought after horse Jockeys
has five wins at the Pentucky Derby to his credit
IN s slogan is, NGO Better with Weber
Janice Tibbetts is Receptlonist at the Long Beach Resort at Long
James Carter is helpine Arthur Godfrey on his weekly program It
is rumored that he is goin to take over completely in January
Karleen Kearns is Receptionist at International Harvester Company
in Chicago, Illinois
Bruce Heit is employed as Public Accountant in Chicago, Illinois
Rlchard Lenmann is now a Corporal in the Army He is making it his
Henry Leehe is a Disel nn ineer for tne Rock Island Railroad
As for us, hary Ann Smith is a Registered Nurse at the Veterans'
Ho pltal, and I am now teachin at the Universlty of wisconsin Campus
On behalf of the class, we wis to tmank you for all that you have
done for us during our four years at hlmwood Hioh School
Xt Violet Stringer
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Second Row, Kneeling A Morgon, C Weber, M Larrieu, B Weiser,
Lundglen, L Reiler, D Clewis, h Bundy, M Hammond, R Lamon,
Werner, G Staehli, S Mcouiston
Third Row P Wlllink, Director, R Wllliams, M Martin, L Gesche,
Schoeder, J Botts, G Weber, D Bundy, J Bates, J Schwebach,
Painter, A Smith, D Becker, S Smith, L Scnuster, J Baier,
DeLong, S Rhiel, B Becker, J Hartung
t Row, Lett Right S Larrieu, A Morgan, P Baker, T
Baskin, Miss Shafer, E Johnson, J Tibbetts, D Clewis,
Second ROW: C. Williams, L. Hoyt, R. Huebner, G. Trainer, C.
Claflin, L. Gesche, J. Lechner, E. DeLong, T. Hanson.
'rnird Row: s. Rhiel, E. wohler, B. Bundy, v. Hoyt, R. costs,
A. Smith, W. Smith, B. Pierce, P. DeLong.
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Second Row Ig Kuehl, L Feiler, J Bair, K Bundy, P KBUIZQ
Hanson, J Schwebach, B Ottman
Third Row D. Holden, S Delong, J Neverdahl, D Smith, J Painter,
G Stuart, O Pierce, G Wurtz.
First Row, Left to RigHt M Johnson, S Smith, S Hoyt, R Robole,
Mrs Bradshaw, B Lecbner, G Staehli, K Smith, J Painter
Second Row J Chapman, M Martin, D Sailer, R Britton, R. Nelson
Claflin, G Lundgren, M Larrieu, Q Weber, D Hovt
Txird Row C Stuart, J Sampson, T Lewis, J Ra es, D 3ecker,
S Schoeder, L Gescbe, J Webb, R Lamon
First Row, Left to Right M Webb, J. Lechner, R Oebser, J Bott
C Weber, Mrs Painter, J Wohler, D Kroseman, R Robole, L Webb
Second Row J Chapman, O Hoyt K Nelson, L Gauvin, S. Rhiel
Schutz, P Smith, J Britton, G Bemis, B. Weiser.
Third Row T Baskin, J Wennerberg, A Smith, J Johnson, J Kearns
M Hammond, Becker, D Bundy, J Huebner
First Row, Left to Rivht D Yuesel, S Bemis, C Larrieu, S Condit
C Lamon, M Wheeler, L Sailor, P Hetterlv, D Robole, T Baier
Second Row S Sm th, M Schwebach, Y Pierce, N Kapplnp, D Smith
S DeLong, K Kewin, S Poquette
Third Row J Pierce, J Hanson, B Rrifton, J Kuesel, M Lewis, D
MOYGIU J Stuart, T FOV'C, Vrs Johnson, Teacher
First Row, Left to Right Weiser, D Lamon, B. Rodewald, H Clewis,
F Hanson, B Staehli, Kroseman
Second Row C Dslong, M bser, K Bates R Crownhart, S Wheeler,
Wohler, L Krook, S Bundy
Third Row M Johnson, D Delong, C Johnson, B Kearns, L Webb
D Morgon, M Chapman, A Kuesel Mrs Holt, Teacher
First Row, Left to Right: P. L His .. Robole, R. Webb, S. Lewis
J. Chapman, R. Britton, J. Roiewald, C. Bee, J. Poquette, J. Yauch,
Z. Raeder, S. Geraets, M155 Appel, Teacher
Second Row, B. Bock, T. Becker, P. Tibbetts, J. Holt, L. Lechner
R. Franklin, D. Feiler, D. Fritz, D. Crownhart, R. Kuesel, S. Smith
Third Row, B. Huebner, S. Lechler, S. Springer, E. Hoyt, R. Seipel
B. Holden, D. Hoyt, F. Hanson, W. Weinzirl, B. Stephens, G. Baskin
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First Row, Left to Right D Werlein, D Clewis, B Wohler, Hrs Gay,
D Schutz, L Malzahn, J Larrieu, B Staehli
Qecond Row Fritz, L Lewis, L Bundy, B Book, R Anderson
S Larson, S Springer, S Robole
Third Row D Asher, H Lundgren, J Kearns, M Kuesel, D Bund
B Smith, D Hoyt, L Hofacker
First Row, Left to Rlght J Asher, H Mulheron, B Werlien, R Weber
S Welnzirl, J Marson, J Stuart, N Rhlel S Oebser
Second Row J Bock, P Botts, S Feiler, Geraets, T Neverdahl
N Stephens, V Sampson, J Hannack
Th rd Row S Ra le G Nelson, R Larson A Welser, D Krook
C Feller, J Palnter J Nelson, N153 Matson, Absent
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S cond Row, Left to Right Mr willink, R Ottman,
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First Row S Larrieu
Second RoQg 5. Rheil, M. Smith, Drum Major, J. Painter
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Second ROL: 5. Rheil, M. Smith, Drum Major, J. Painter
First foe, Left to Right Baker, P rorester, M Isum, e
P Jeber, Sent U Lehmann, Treas , S Levisee, Pres H Leehe
V Pres , D Yiesau, Sec , Mr Pittel, Advisor
Second Row, J Rodewald, K Trainer, R Bryan, B Pelbe, L Thompson
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Third Row, V Qabottka, 7 hainz, J Lanm, F Pinkowsxi T Potts,
Fearns Ieber, 4 Padtke L Robelfa, L Else er H Webb,
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F1TSt Row, Left to Rlght N Kearns, D Smlth, T O'Connel1, N Lewis
J Botts, J Tande, D Fesenmair, E Brenner
Second Row L Webb, J Hammond J Gibson, B Baker, K Brookshaw,
Britton D Bee, G Werner, J Kendal, J Th1bado, J Werner
Third Row E Poquette, A Webb L Thompson, D Holden, L Wolske
R Robole, L Swenson O Lafferty, J Cropp, G Selple, Y Carter
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Second Row M ss Lumbv, H Rerg, Vauch, Q ghiel E Brvan,
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First Row, Left to Right Z L uer, R Ottman, T Cetu a, J Kendall
P mbibado, R Lehmann, P Black
Second Row R Tehmann, R Qobelia, S Loomis, C Heit, T Jennerber
W Kitchner, L Robelie
Third Row L Ho'Pcke , J Holcomb, R Hamilton, M Schoeder, M
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Third Row Mrs Willink, L Zimmer
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Second Row J Larrieu, L Swenson E Jones, C Crownhart,
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R De ong, J Lewls, Pres , F Leehe, W Poquette, G Ottman
J Willlams, H Leehe, J Thlbado, E Brenner
Second Row Mr Saxton, P Weber, H Webb, E Jones, R Wheeler,
Zimmer, D Kiesau, R Kainz D Lehmann, F Johnson, L Berger,
L Thompson, J Werner, B Weix, J Tibbetts, Mr K1lbride,
Third Row K Brookshaw, R Sather, S Lewlsee, J Larrleu, T Botts
F BinkOWSk1, J Weber, R Robole, N Kearns, L Wolske, D Holden
Gauvin, K Britton, G Seipel, S Olson, G Hammond
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First Row, Left to Right H Forester, J Werner, A Webb, L Thompson,
Second Row L. Baker, T Unser, E Brenner, G Jones, R Veix, J Weber,
J Botts, T Williams, D Fesenmaier, D Moots, Mr Saxton, Coach
F. Bmkowaki, L. Wo1oke,. D. Holden, rl. Lawn, JI Gibson, ' T. Weber.
First Row, J Larrieu, Manager, K Brookshaw, D Kiesau, J Carter,
D Pence, S Levisee, R Gauvin, H Leehe, F Leehe, J Lewis,
Second Row, J Williams, S. Olson, L Fischer, G Ottuan, D Holden,
Thompson, T Botts, R Robole, F Johnson, M Lewis, G Zimmer,
Seipel, P Weber, D Lehmann
Werner, A Webb, J Werner, N Kearns, R Weix, H Webb,
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Second Row C Ginsbach, E Grey, J. Larrieu, J wennernerg, C Hein
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Third Row H Thibedo, C Crownhart, S Place, L Zimmer, B Bauer
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First Row Left T19 Right J Carter, H Berg, J Hartung, S. Levisee,
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Second Row: C. Martin, J. Wennerberg, P. Rodeweld, J. Tibbettg,
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Third Row: R. Gauvin, S. Place, L. Zimmer, Trees., G. ottman,
B. Bauer, M. Schroeder, M. Smith, J. Lewis, J. Williams,
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First Row, Left to Right S Olson, R Lehmann, L Ottman, P Weber
Second Row K Britton, D Schatz, E DeLong, P Rodeuald, J Crop
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