Gibraltar High School - Viking Yearbook (Fish Creek, WI)

 - Class of 1951

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Mary Lou Langemalc. .. .... Douglas Logerquist. Dale Seaquist ..... Lorraine Kusch .... Lorraine l'lonolcl. . Charmaine Nelson. Yvonne Olsen. .. Everett Kita .... Dolores Prust .... Jane Stenzel. .. Eugene Olson. .. Joann Berns T 2.938 E' 2,643 - 2.611 2.522 . if . .JE . . iqatk QC 2.517 2.500 ' 2.415 2.396 2.366 2.311 2.301 f 2.257 M 2.218 2.178 2.174 2.156 f 2.107 2089 " , +41 ':':: 5 ,5JF:lf9x1 iffff 2"242?v"G r' L M 1, at 5323 in 2 lg, 'L s , gi - .5 Q za - I l E it 6 6 , +5 ra I 2: 52 . , fe ga r 1 1 , . ,K a ,W . ' 'Y I 2 M - , , .J 135 J.. in 'Y A K V 11 f if . H ,A 'X TV ,Y fr . xi EQ tx -1 , M - ' ' Lffia'-A 'G U , 'LLL g . -.fx -,sq A 1 , ,Q--,-.ffg--f.-rn. W ,e9:qj52hg,.,.,.f 3 - A ,- ' 4 ' f i hi l E31 2? ED W- '. . 57 97 .1 l Marjorie Seaquist, "Margie", Viking 4, Band 1, 2, 3, 4, Chorus 1, 2, 3, 4, Vik-ette 4, Pep Band 1, 2,- 3, 4, Class Officer 3. "Always cheerful, always gay, always nice in every way." Page 6 1 Class Officers B, Ekman ..... ................. l'l. Jorns ...... Mr. Langemalc. .. Mrs. Marshman .... . . .Secretary .. .President ...flxclvisor ...fxdvisor Marilyn Abrahamson, "Lynn", Chorus SZ, 3, 4, Band Q, Vik-ette 4, FHA 1, Prom Queen 3, Homecoming Attendant 2, Cheerleader 4. "Her personality beams, Thus she was our Junior Queen." Ellen Ahrens, "Elly". Librarian 3, 4, FHA 3, 4, Forensics 3. R "Her circle of friendship will ever grow, for she's the kind of a girl it's nice to know." Donold Anderson, "Swampy". Viking 4, Chorus 1, Homecoming King 4, Basketball 1, Q, Baseball 1, Q, 4, Football 1, 2, 3, 4. "Ambition, ambition, where art thou?" Gordon Berkhahn, "Berky". FFA 1, 9, 3, 4, Baseball 1, 2, Basketball 1, 2, Football 1, 2. "Sure, l know how to talk-why?" Joann Berns, "Jo". Viking 4, Band 1, Q, 3, 4, Chorus 1, Prom Attendant 3, Pep Band 1, Q, 3, 4, Class Officer 3. W 'Q 1, "Sincere, with manners kind. A Finer girl it would be hard to Find." iw Bm., Q Es if Q 55,4 Lucille Brungraber, "Lucy", FHA 1, Q, 4. ,H 313 f-A willing worker, a good Friend." . assets.V,-"eWs.f?lS' ?'5f7 i .Q a..4:'e"1-:iv J, .. .. Jia., ff ,sas ,.,,,f-'few - Q, Jiwsmmam ,. John Carlson, "James". Band Q, 3, 4, Chorus 1, 2, 3, 4, Pep Band 3, 4, Basketball 1, Q, 3, Baseball 1, Q, 3, Football 1, Q, 3. "What l don't know now, I clon't care to know." Dean Champeau, "Vic". Chorus 2, 3, 4, FFA 1, Basketball 1, Q, 3, 4, Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4, Football 1, Q, 3, 4. "l'd take a dog before a woman any day." Florence Daubner, "Fuzzy". Chorus Q, 3, 4. "Cheerful and always full of fun, She is not quiet, nor is she boisterous." Barbara Elfman, "Babs". Viking 4, Band 2, 3, 4, Chorus 1, SZ, 3, 4, Vik- ette 4, Pep Band 3, 4, Class Officer 4. "A likable girl with a likable smile." X Page 7 Carolyn Erickson, "Carrots". Band Q, 3, 4, FHA 3, 4, Chorus Q, 4. "Charming, sweet, and always neat." Donna Erickson. Viking 4, Chorus 9, 3, 4, FHA 3, Prom Attendant 3. "Life is short-so am l." Robert Evenson, "Einar". Band 1, Q, 3, FFA 1, Prom Attendant 3, Basket- ball 1, 2, 3, 4, Baseball 1, Q, 3, 4, Football 1, Q, 3, 4. - A A "Rest First-then work." M fb.. 4, 'ay' fnyoo gg, y .,., 1,7151 z,,,,,, Ay ,e.,J,57f4,,.,A !L,a,,-g,4. 0:'Wf.l,afw6fn1M"fe'r'f- Jwwdfyww 1 " Na cy Fitzgerald, "Nan", FHA 1. ,3- VK.. .ir 6 ' "Quietly she works away, Faithful to each day." 6 dl FMWWJ' , Q avg' gf Q? aligns, aa o HM.. 3 Q Veronica Goss, "Vera". Librarian 4, Prom Attendant 3, Chorus 1, 9, 3, 4, Vik-ette 3, Class Play 4. "Calm yourself-l'm never serious." Samuel Hanson, "Sam". Viking 4, Chorus 9, 3, 4, FFA 9, Basketball 1, 9, 3, 4, Baseball 1, Q, 3, 4, Football 1, Q, 3, 4. "Girls are a waste of time, but time is cheap.l' A --'Off ff ,ya y, .Q 190' . 1 A. , V cj, f ,M 1 W . fa,-,fa f.ffffsf'f7" ' ' pu Q' J -f Um fme am! Zara, Orville Henry, "Orvie". Chorus Q, 4, FFA 1, 3, Prom Attendant 3, Basketball 1, 9, 3, 4, Baseball 1, Q, 3, 4, Football 1, 2, 3, 4. "Work? Whats work? Where have l heard that word before?" Daniel Honold, "Dan". Viking 4, Band 1, 2, 3, 4, Vik-ette 4, FFA 1, 2 1 3, 4, Pep Band Q, 3, 4, Basketball 1, Football 1. 4' ,JV 3 B il, af ig' "Yes, life is getting serious for us men." 3 Egg We Lorraine Honold, "Laurie". Librarian Q, 3, 4, Chorus Q, 4, Vik-ette 3, 4 Prom Attendant 3, Homecoming Attendant 3, Class Officer Q, Forensics 4 Class Play 4. ' A A A ' "Theres a little bad in every good girl." . , yt U H t..t Darrel Jacobson, Wild Bill . Band 9, Baseball 1, Q, 3, 4, Chorus 1, Q, 'ig 1 " Basketball 1, Q, Football 1, Q, 3, 4. "The harder l try to be gooder, the worser l get." Page 8 Charles Jarman, "Chas". FFA 3, Prom Attendant 3, Basketball 1, 9, 3, 4, Baseball 1, Q, 3, 4, Football 1, 9, 3, 4. "Don't do today what you can put off until tomorrow." deaf! All O. Herbert mtg OSC f". A 4, FFA 1, Q, 3, 4, Basketball 1, Q, I i I , Q Baseball 1 Q F .,4,,,,,,g 54,4 "I ow-don't tel e-l' " Aozswwey f'!l9a, ,WA 1, I Hubert Jorns, "Cub". Viking 4, Band 1, 2, 3, 4, Vik-ettel , 4, F L 1, Q, 3, 4, Pep Band 9, 3, 4, Basketball 1, Football 1, Class Pla , ss Otficer .iff . L11 4 J lk JPL ,if f ly J' 4, Forensics Q. "The thinkiest thinker that ever thunk." ff Everett Kita, "Butch". Viking 4, Homecoming Attendant 9, Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4, Baseball 1, Q, 3, 4, Football 1, 2, 3, 4. "Long, lean and likable." Edward Knudson, "Eddie", Vik-ette Q, FFA 1, Q, 3, 4, Baseball 1, Foot- ball 1,Q. "Teachers think l'm quiet, but in my study periods they deny it." Kathryn Koepsel, "Kitty", Librarian 4, Fl-lA 3, 4, Vik-ette 3. ll "l am what l am-so what?" . vwma M, my, -if we 4- f Lorraine Kusch. Librarian 4, Viking 4, Band 3, Chorus Q, 3, 4, Vik-ette 3, 4, Twirler SZ, 3. "She lives gaiety and fun." Mary Lou Langemak, "LuLu". Librarian 3, 4, Viking 4, Chorus 2, 3, 4, Vik-ette 1, 4, FHA 1, 3, 4, Forensics 3, One Act Play Contest 3, Class Play 4. "Music is the language ofthe soul." Peter LeMere, "Pete". Viking 4, Chorus 1, Basketball 1, Q, 3, 4, Base- ball 1, Q, 3, 4, Class Otficer 1, Football 1, Q, 3, 4. "Variety is not the spice of life." Deonn Linden, "DeeDee". Viking 4, Band 1, Q, 3, 4, Chorus 1, Pep Band 4, Class Play 4. "An innocent face, but you can never tell." Page 9 Harold Larson, "Winkie". Band Q, Chorus 2, 4, FFA 1, Basketball 1, Q, A! '. r Baseball 1, Q, 4, Football 1, Q, 3. 'YV "I go to school occasionally to get acquainted with the fellows." i ll' A li 'V'f" 2 .. A Q' w.. -I-fig, ra, f5f,.'bA,'fl I vt .dl-"xxx I ,ff Wiz? ' R 5 fi X 1 Douglas Logerquist, "Doug". FFA 1, Q, 3, Basketball 1, Q, 3, 4, Baseball 1, Q, 3, 4, Football 1, Q, 3, 4. "What'd happen to the score if "doug" wasn't on the Floor." l 'fr . ' .si Nj x gs., . Q ,Q X 4 ,MQ 143 . Charmaine Nelson, "Charm". Vik-ette 1, Q, 3, 4. "Not too loud, not too shy, in fact she's just right." Iris Nelson Band 1, 2, 3, 4, Chorus 1, 3, 4, Pep Officer 1. .-What's the use of living if you can't enjoy lf,'. 'x Judith Nelson, "Judy". Fl-lA e der 3. "Well-All Seniors can't bet l." ffl? Ll Roger Ohnesorge. FFA 1, Q, 3, 4, Baseball 1, Q, Basketball 1, Q, Football k,,:, "Woe to the man who invented workf' Page 10 it..1.aLsff1i 4 Duaine Lundquist. Chorus 1, 2. "Not that l don't like to study, but l love mischief more." Harvey Malzahn, "l-larv". Band 1, Q, Chorus 1, 4, FFA 3, Prom King 3, Basketball 1, Q, 3, 4, Baseball 1, 9, 3, 4, Football 1, 2, 3, 4. "I thought l saw him studying. l wake-'twas but a dream." Patricia Mann, "Patsie". Band Q, 3, 4, Chorus 1, Q, 3, 4, Twirler Q, 3. "The only way to have a friend is to be one." Marie Merkle, "Merk". Band 1, 9, 3, 4, Chorus 52, FHA 1, 3, 4, Pep Band SZ, 3, 4. "And her tongue went on and on." Band 1, 2, 3, 4, Class Yvonne Olsen, "Vonnie". Viking 4, Band 3, 4, Chorus 1, 2, 3, 4, Vik- ette 1, 2, 3, Twirler 2, 3, Class Officer Q. "Love stole into her heart one day, just came for a visit and decided to stay." Eugene Olson, "Gene", Librarian 4, Viking 4, Band Q, 3, 4, Chorus 1, 9, Vik-ette 9, 3, 4, Cheerleader 1, 2, 3, 4, Twirler Q, 3, 4, Football 1, Q, Class Officer 1. "Efficiency, one hundred per cent." Orval Orsted, "l2ed". Librarian 4, Viking 4, Chorus 1, Q, Basketball 1, Q, Baseball 1, 9, Football 1, Q. "lt's difficult to determine where his blushes end and his hair line begins." Dolores Prust, "Dory". Librarian 3, Band 1, Q, 3, 4, Vik-ette 1, Q, 3, FHA 3, Forensics 4. "A friend and pal to everyone who knows her." William Reinhard, "Billy", Band 1, 3, 4, FFA 1, 2, 3, 4, Pep Band 4. YF "Just what do you say to a girl when you want a date?" Arlene Rielh, Chorus SZ, 3, 4, Vik-ette 1. y Entered from West Division High School, Milwaukee, Wisconsin. A "A regular gal, a good pal." 4 wif . W 1. 4. W , , 4 . - .J F F H X ' " - , .af j...:,2w,igg,:f?i" ' ' f .t .1 ge K fs., , ' W ,gig-:.i , , 1 4' P - 'imzk . P l Wait- f 'f fi William Resler, "Bill". Chorus 3, 4, FFA 1, 2, 3, Basketball 1, 9, 3, Base- ball 1, Q, 3, 4, Football 1, Q, 3, 4. "School is just one of my activities." Dale Seaquist, "Seaquist". Viking 4, Band 1, Q, 3, 4, Chorus 1, Q, 3, 4, Pep Band 1, 9, 3, 4, Class Officer 9, Football 1, Q, 3. "Why my old Ford will do 903' Elizabeth Shine, "Bette", Viking 4, Chorus 1, 3, 4, Vik-ette 4, Prom Attendant 3, Forensics 2. Entered from Poynette Public High School. "Full of fun, full of zing, She's a very .peppy thing." Robert Shine, "Bob". Chorus 1, 9, 3, 4, Prom Attendant 3, Basketball 1, Q, 3, 4, Baseball 1, Q, 3, 4, Football 1, 9, 3, 4, Class Officer 3. "At first you think he's quiet, but later he's a riot." Page 11 I ,,,, - . if-fs-A -' -4 M' A A 1 l. ,,L,, ' I' l t I l ts , .x it I 'l tg, ' 2: v XX I tit Z x J gi t l :P Y Y Slit I :X X K -W1 gi Q tk x 'Q 1 is Wx . :N S5915 t K J i egg 2.-.E ' J-?4:iPft2Ls5lsf-,':, ti EX A Q VZ. 225 if 1 X Kd ! 'Q A l will 3,3 N 2 Q k A,,: 1 , q i si at . xxx ft G 5 sie Q -Z.. 5 VN air M Q S 3,4 sf Q: ,V fi Y is if 4' L 1 t Dawn Sitte, "City". Band 1, Q, 3, Fl-lA 3, Pep Band Q, 3. "The best of ways to lengthen one's days is to steal a few hours from the night." Audrey Sohns. Viking 4, Band 9, 3, 4, Chorus 1, SZ, 3, 4, Vik-ette Prom Attendant 3, Pep Band 3, 4, Cheerleader 4, Homecoming Oueen "Her heart is as sunny as her hair." Jane Stenzel, "Janie". Librarian 3, Viking 4, Fl-lA 1, Q, 3, 4, Forensics 3 One Act Play Contest 3, 4. "What a gal, what a pal." Daniel Wagner, "Dan". Librarian 3, Viking 3, 4, Band 1, Q, Chorus 3, Basketball 1, 9, 3, 4, Baseball 1, Q, 3, 4, Football 1, Q, 3, 4. "Studious and ever striving." Russell Wagner, "Russ". Viking 4, Chorus 1, Q, Baseball 1, Q, 3, 4, Basket ball 1, 4, Football 1, 9, 3, 4. "Obviously that is the answer." Arlene Wesa. "Hear the commotion? l have arrived." aff mf mf Qsmzmf Lloyd Wesa. Chorus 4, FFA 1, 2, 3, Prom Attendant 3- Basketball 1 9 3, Baseball 1, Q, 3, Football 1, 9, 3, 4. A V V 1 W ' A A it "lt went in one ear and out the other." " V Li ,,,, ,Vf,QfQiV V' . I ffiasstitt, ,'- 3 ,,,, " , - .t.,,.s F Kenneth Wickman, "Kenny". Chorus Q, 3, 4, FFA 2, Basketball 1, Q, 3, 'i'l' Football 1, Q, 3, 4, Baseball 1, 9, 3. 1 -, I iszgg fi "" "Ideas are like beards-men do not have them until they grow up." X 4, - X 4 - ' it-t A A Noi PICTLJRED: yj , A i 1 Page 19 1 Bona Deremo. Chorus Q, 3, 4, Forensics 3, Entere from Sevastopol l-ligh School. "The better you know her, the more you like her." Kenneth Pluff, "Kenny". Viking 4, Chorus 1, 2, Vik-ette 3, FFA 1, Basket- ball 1, Q, Baseball 1, Q, Football 1, 9, 3, 4, Class Officer 4. "Speaks low, aims high." 12, CLASS PROPHECY As we, the members of the Class of '5'i, near graduation, we see a shadow which, on approaching, resembles the very stately being, Future. l-le leads us to our very beautiful city which is called 'iOpportunity." There he shows us this hazy view: CSome of us are going to dread thisj We first visit the home of learning. The building makes us stare in awe as it is one of these modern streamlined things. But, what is all the shocking language we hear? Ahhh'-we see it is Qrville l'lenry, putting his boys through some stiff practice. l'le uses the method most coaches do to get results. We then enter the school and prepare to disturb the teachers as they go about their duties. Among them are Jane Stenzel and Barbara Logerquist. Jane is instructing a Home Economics class on how to make a good, delicious fried chicken. Right then we decided that we had better move. It tempts us. We amble down the hall to where Barbara is illustrating shorthand curves. English flourishes under the capable direction of Deonn Linden. Orval Orsted puts the Chemistry class to sleep with his formulas. Daniel l-lonold is smothered in the shav- ings of his FFA class. We hear that he specialized in this kind of work because there were no girls. A velvety smooth lawn sprinkled with gay flowers greets our eyes as we go up to the hospital, now located in Sister Bay, Wis. The elevator man, Lloyd Wesa, tells us that Billy Resler and Billy Reinhard are responsible for the entrancing effect. Their greenhouse is well-known throughout the town. ln the hall, we meet Nancy Fitzgerald busily mumbling some- thing about proteins. We gather that she is the dietician here. Up in the operating room, Daniel Wagner, a distinguished doctor, and his efficient nurse Marjorie Seaquist are carefully working over Harold Larson who was hurt when his plane crashed on a non-stop flight to Australia. Delores Prust operated the switchboard. it seems someone CPD is anxious about l-larold. Becoming somewhat weak from the odor of ether and anaesthetics, we decide to continue our inspection of the fair city, and leaving the hospital we amble down Main Street to the corner of Fifth and Cedar where we are confronted with the New Progressive Art Studio. inside Audrey Sohns is posing for Barbara Ekman and Eugene Olson as they sketch a cover for the magazine HVike-etten owned by the Journalist Lorraine l-ionold. After leaving the studio, we notice an imposing new office building. Ascending the stairs, we find in his office Everett Kita, the respectable lawyer, dictating some facts of a case to Joann Berns, his secretary. When we are convinced that Everett is dogmatically applying himself to his work we continue to the depart- ment store owned by Edward Knudson. The first person we see here is Eddie, himself, now one of our most distinguished citizens-in a conference with l-lerbert Johnson, head floor-walker. At a nearby counter, Yvonne Olsen selects a tie for her husband. Marie Merkle is assisting Marilyn Abrahamson, another housewife, as she purchases something. Leaving Eddie to his money-making, we stroll down the avenue and pick up a few more interesting bits of gossip about the class of '5'l. Bob Shine is building a new home for his wife, Barbara. Ellen Ahrens is the Door County Home Agent. Arlene Reith is selling tickets at the beautiful and spacious theater of Roger Qhnesorge. Russell Wagner is a wrest- ling match announcer over WMAM. Douglas Logerquist is on a tour getting ski clubs organized. f-lubert Jorns brings the products of his sanitary dairy farm to the Dairy Bar of Dale Seaquist where Katherine Koepsel works as his stenographer. At present, Dale is sleeping. Charmaine Nelson is the owner of the Cozy Nook. f'ler assistants are Donna Erickson, who specializes in manicures, and Bona Deremo, who is excellent at the modern fingerwave. Sam l-lanson is driving a semi for his brother i'0le,H who is owner of the l-lanson Transportation Co. Darrell Jacobson is now owner of a ranch in Texas called mfhe Sway Back." Bette Shine is a winner in the latest swimming contests. She gives instructions in graceful diving in her free time. We overheard this when we entered the shop of Carolyn Erickson. She delights over her latest Parisian styles designed by Dawn Sitte and modeled by Judith Nelson and Florence Daubner. We leave that place and walk to the drug store where Veronica Goss is serving Duaine Lundquist a soda as he rests from his job of building a home for iris Nelson and her husband. CWe wonder who.D John Carlson is the engineer for the broadcasting station IOU. We are told that he is now vacationing in Florida. ln his spare time Dean Champeau cites his favorite recipes which he uses in his daily work as chef. Here Arlene Wesa gives advice to those unlucky persons who are inclined to be overweight. ln a few minutes, Mary Lou Langemak goes on to give a piano recital. We know everyone is going to enjoy it. We recognize the deep voice of the announcer as that belonging to Kenneth Plurff. l'le also takes part in a drama every day. Some programs are sponsored by Peter LeMere, who manufactures a drink he calls uPete's Pep-up." The policeman, Charles Jabqibn directs us to the daily paper. As we wait in the luxurious lounge, we see Cnordon Berkhahn and Donald Anderson ccfrhe to see the manager. l-laving been asked by the manager to remodel his home, they have some plan to show him. At present, he is having a conference with Patsy Mann, a reporter. As we go to the Malzahn Restaurant, we pass the taxi center owned by Kenneth Wickman. Future tells us that he has just one more view to show us but that it will require the use of a taxi Robert Evenson gives us a quick ride to the air- port. On the way we pass The Candy Kitchen owned by Lucille Brungraber. Just as we reach the airport a huge passenger plane lands, and we see Lorraine Kusch aiding the passengers. She is the stewardess. She Shadow, Future, then leads us back to our own school again. And-we must confess some of us are really sur- prise . Page 13 i gt, tif-gf '54 1 -, g J ,aw SENIOR CLASS PLAY CAST First Row: Marilyn Abrahamson, Marjorie Seaquist, Veronica Goss, Jane Stenzel, Mary Lou Langemalc. Second Row: Lorraine Honold, Bette Shine, Lorraine Kusch, Miss Mykleby. Third Row: Dale Seaquist, Hubert Jorns, Bob Shine. Smaieen M zqngfml Gusty Goodrich CLorraine l'lonoldD a hearty girl who'll be sixteen in August, has been told she must spend her entire summer vacation at home lor talcing her l:ather's CDale Seaquistb new car without his permission and smashing it. l'lowever when the Doctor discovers that Lil Stone CBette Shineb, a friend ol Gusty's is reading his medical boolas that Gusty had loaned her, he becomes furious. l-le becomes even more lurious when he Finds out that Effie McCann Qane Stenzelb is doing the dishes lor Gusty. Mrs. Goodrich CMariorie Seaquistl wants to talce Gusty to her Grandmother s For the summer, but the Doctor objects. Carol Dean CDeonn Lindenb an invalid girl, is brought to the Doctor s home by her sister-in-law, Mrs. Dean fVeronica GossD. Gusty and Arthur Peterson Cl'lubert Jornsb are given the job of building up the invalid's morale with the help ol Miss James Lorraine Kuschb, the nurse and Asis May CMary Lou Langemaltj, the maid. Dulte Weatherby Clflob Shineb and Cynthia hornton CMarilyn Abrahamsonl turn out to help Gusty and Arthur, malce her stay at the Goodrich home, more enjoyable. ln the end, Doctor Goodrich sees his daughter, Gusty, pretty ad- mirable even though she does not strictly conform to his rather old fashioned ideals. Gusty having proved to everyone s satislaction that her methods are eilective in the long run, is allowed to assume a fuller measure of adulthood in the eyes of her family and friends. lnstructionl After practice. Page 14 ANNUAL STAFF First Row: B. Shine, Y. Olsen, D. Erickson, Mrs. Kinsey, B. Logerquist, J. Stenzzi, M. Langemak. Second Row: L. Kusch, B. Elcman, A. Sohns, M. Seaquist, D. Linden, J. Berns. Third Row: B. Tischlzr, E. Olson, H. Jorns, D. Honold, R. Slaby. Fourth Row: O. Ofsted, D. Wagner, S. Hanson, R. Wagner, P. LeMere, D. Seaquist, J. Carlson. Hard Workers. 7!me4m4a WW Page 15 ' ,NQ., 1 i Els a-1 4 - 'K i if . 3 I ..:,,gg-xx'-zilexsx .cu- A If :H A L. 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A his bartender job to anyone Qi years oid. Y. OLSEN has nothing ieit to wiiif if 1 ' eight Dale has it aii. E. QLSQN, his artistic abiiity to the Art Committee ior next T 5 . '1 1 i .Q . - iii yearis annuai. 0. QRSTED, his red hair and ireckies to P. Landstrom. K. PLUEE, I .Egg -" ' 1 his deep voice to T. Eranke. D. PRUST, her pieasant ways to aii Freshmen. B. 'Eg ' .1 ,ff , ,K . . ., 3, V. REiNi-MRD, his abiiity to handie a car so Weii to E. hiaskeii. Px. i2Ei'ii"i, her f N E J Z pancake make-up to D. Waiier. B. RESLEP, his dash and charm with the iadies iff! 5' Q. R. L to his brother, John. D. SEPxQUiST, his ice skating aioiiity to G. Toppe. M. 15711, 'J . ' SEPXQL.iiST, her sweet ways to R. Anderson. E. Si"iiNE, her muscies to J. ?7i'gfi. 6... s ft is .. . if X ' - i"ienry. R. Si'iiNE, his iove to Barbara. D. SiiiE, those nights and mornings to Q 1 , i-dVerne. Pt. SQHNS, her sportsmanship to the Gibraitar cheerieaders. J. -iii W. 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' 1 1 -2- ' Q, L -f f c jg 4 1 if I v V 'V 1-'I . r 4 .- I " 4 A 'M , Q : 4, 1 'SN Q. K- .ff ki X I P 4 -. . r -2. I 1- Fire SJ f F f -4 4 . 2 7 -. 5' w .4 , 3 .. ,.- ' I, g , 5 1, 4 " . ,I K I 4 5 . 5 1 Q 3- ... ,- f , , " F 1 ,sf ' ta Q -in ' 3 JE ,, , H1 9 I gr' 3 J. f 1 1 -' f k H 1. v f -P. 4- ' fg gt . ' 'D g ' ,ga-5 Seated: B. Anderson, R Anderson, B. Bittorf, W. Beyers, D. Albrecht, Stand ing: G. Berns, G. Ander son, J. Anderson. Seated: J. Fitzgerald, S Becker, S. Brodd, A. Car- mody, V. Copiskey, Stand- ing: M. Fandrie, J. Fischer, K. Charnetski. ...wi -, fi . if lift Mi Bi. rv 7? 'iw i 2 U x , t f 2. . A 5 5 A if ll F aw all '59 iii .Y - if f V ,,f" 'sim V . . f W , as ,.:.,yg.' .. , 2 .e 'fsazfe' ff sv k X -J ,,.. . +3 5 .. ., ,L Y 1' ' uv U is ,hy ih-... game C. JUNIOR MJ Q .mm . . 5, V f 4 as l It I L 3-4 as it . Y , . l .w,. ..., C ' A 5. :. fa,...1,..g... . , gf l I ..., .TW .wgghg ta QQ! A Ta . X ravi Seated: E. Duquaine, W. l-lanson, l.. Gardner, M Erickson, D. Duquaine Standing: B. Gauger, F Haskell, T. Gry. Seated: N. Larson, G. Kita B. Johnson, S. l-lenry, P Gerdman,Standing: G. Kita D. Logerquist, R. Johnson Page 18 sa of lmfiff N .f .gwllncmcfkefzcmkcwfiemcvzweqam Seated: D. Miller, D. Olsen, L. Lundquist, l-l. Linden, P. Krishlca, Standing: D Lueders, E. Ofsted, E Marslwman. Seated: P. Steinlce, J Overby, M. Mann, J. Plull, R. Reinhard, Stand- ing: E. Raymond, J. Schloer. Seated: D. Zak, R. Slaby, D. Waller, D. Uhlemann, J. Stadler, Standing: T. l-leise, B. Uhlemann. - nl---A President ................ Dean Albrecht Vice-President ........ Moreland Fandrie Secretary-Treasurer ....... Doris Ulwlemann Advisers ......... .... M rs. Diclcinson Mr. Hauser l Page '19 'Q J Q cs. SOPHOMORES .3 Q if05 LIP Seated: J. Bunda, E. Brodd A. Curry, P, Bhirdo, G. Anderson, Standing: R. Bah lert, C. Burress, S. Daub- ner, G. Blomgren. Seated: B. Duquaine, H. Hammersmith, E. Charnet- slci, G. Gray, M. Gorslci, Standing: ll. Bahlert, J. Gardner, C. Goss, R. Dahl- SlI'OI'T1. Seated: J. Johnson, S. Hanson, D. Hickey, E. Knuclson,D.Johnson,Stand- ing: J. Koessl, J. Kordon, M. Jensen, G, Honold. Page Q0 Uffmm President ...... r ......... Shirley Daubner Vice-president ..... ..... G iles Peterson Secretary-Treasurer. . . ..... Nancy Stoll Mr. Platt Advisers .......,. .. .lVlrs. Wickman .ww V3 fllgilf JSC lisa J Alan? came Me swwlm afmffwaae, zamowmzzadzw. .4 fad, .315 . - 53455 .. .V A.,, Q., . A 1 i . Seated: J. Ohnesorge, D. Ohnesorge, D. Olson, B. Larson, R. Lent, Standing: R. Nelson, P. Mozal, J. Olson, D. LaPIant, N. Olsen, W. Mueller. Seated: M. Pell, D. Overby, B. Patza, R. Peterson, J Orsted, Standing: A. Ro- bertory, G. Peterson, E Peterson, P. Peterson, L Reinhard, M. Schneider. Seated: R. Soderburg, M. Swenson, D. Viste, N. Stoll, T. Zak, Standing: B. Reinhardt, l-l. Wilms, l-l. Stahl, D. Weborg, P. Wick- man. Page Q1 ff:-L 4-- 'Sf'.,NNM FRESHMAN UWM President .......... .... P eter Smith Secretary-Treasurer. . . ..... Lavern Sitte Advisers ..,....... ...Miss Williams Mr. Chase CNot Picturedb Vice-President .... ...Sharon Wagner A 4 Page QQ Seated: L. Berns, E. Bublitz, A. Arencl, A. Goss, B. Franke, Standing: D. Badtlce, J. Anderson, R. Anderson, A. Albrecht. Seated: D. Johnson, J. Graff, J. l-lenry, D. l-lonold, E. Johns, Standing: L. Chase, J. Charney, R. Fox- worthy, A. Franke, D. Erickson. Seated: P. Landstrom, J Linden, M. Mann, P. Lind, L. Merlcle, Standing: R Johnson, S. Kaczmarelc, R Heald, W. Henry. A .4 P Seated: J. Perry, A. Ohne- sorge, A. Polster, C. Mozal, P. Plulf, Standing: D. Lin- den, R. Marshman, W. Knudson, F. LaFrombois, O. Langohr, L. Olson. Seated: J. Polster, V. Reimer, l-l. Prust, M. Scholl, S. Polster, Standing: J. Pence, J. Parent, R. Paschlce, C. Peil. Seated: M. Shine, L. Sitte, P. Witalison, W. Stenzel, S. Wagner, Standing: J. Schloer, l-l. Prust, J. Resler, P. Smith, P. Seiler, R. Smith. Seated: W. Tishler, F. Anderson, R. VanDyl:e, D. Strandell, D. Voight, Stand- ing: G. Berlchahn, L. Sohns, W. Wickman, K. VanDylce, D. Stahl. .Jw WW tw-W. FS' Y A A 7 Page Q3 I .. A., WMM came mcg Www mmf , ig - ,. f K , i I 1 432 A 15 W-H V -1 ,... I 3 AX 'I I 1, R ! gl I vid , , ...,.,k .,, 'Qui xx v: I , x 'fm Page Q4 ctivif ies f X., FnrstRow G Berkhahn O Langhor H Prust Mr. Hauser, R. Bahlert R Bahlert D Stahl Second Row J Beclrstrom F LaFrombols R Smltl1,J. Ohnesorge, P Smrrh R Soderburg W Reinhard L Sohns Thnrd Row L Reinhard D Honold J Koessel J Pence, K. Chernetslu G Kuta T Gray E Raymond A Franke Fourth Row E Charnztsku H Stahl R Slaby H Johnson, H. Jorns R Remhard G Berkhahn T Hesse WMMWMWWFFA D. Honold. L. Reinhard R. Bahlert. H. Jorns. . D. Miller. . Mr. Hauser F.H.A. OFFICERS 4 P. Mozal .....,...... Songleader Mrs. Dickinson. .. ...... Advisor M. Langemak. ... ...Songleeder M. Piel ...... ..... R eporter C. Erickson. . ...... Historian M. Merkle. . . . .Vice-President E. Ahrens. . . ...... President K. Koepsel. . . .. .Secretary J. PluFF. .. .... Treasurer I New i 5 ..- , f ,b , .lf 'sy , 1950 Trip-Mitchell Park Conservatory Wiener Roast Fair Booth First Row: D. Hcnold, M. Merkie, C. Erickson, J. Orsted, N. Fitzgerald, Mrs. Dickinson, E. Ahrens, B. Gauger, A. Polster, S. Polster. Second Row: J. GraFF, H. Hammersmith, M. Schneider, N. Olson, D. Prust, M. Langemak, V. Copisky, M. Gorski, D. Ohnesorge, M. Erickson, J. Pluff. Third Row: E. Bublitz, B. Franke, L. Merkle, J. Johnson, S. Henry, P. Bhirdo, J. Henry, B. Johnson, P. Mozal, J. Polster, P. Pluif. Fourth Row: A. Ohnesorge, J. Stenzel, E, Knudson, M. Jensen, M. Peil, K. Koepsel, M. Swenson, L. Brungraber, A. Arent, A. Robertoy, V, Reimer. A an al in 1 - ,.,. ' ai .ff ,,,. 7. -. -1 . 2' .i'f ,f. ww ",,x , J' 'V ' - ' G in ' X ,.k' ' M' . , fi h 5 if 'IT' 2, . M' .. . A D u H? . X ' " 545' 7751. . " Vmw aw fpg. ., ., . ,jg I I .VVK Wirw- I K ,",,5fkf ' N K A... X ' Ar' ' ini -f .gifs . f W L ' ' - V f ' ,. A, YU , ij Y , " ,fi . .4 - . in V. W in , . Y '- ,- V .Lnr ,, A. - .asa ' ' 'S 3 igf ' ,, w in KW . sais if gffli. B336 sw il' ,V r x f .. i ' -2 , , .. se ,- A -S 5- .6 x Q 5.SiXS, .. ,, f .ff ww w D ir 'f' '-wifi? ifilgkgil- 2 s iiiiwif A M B 1 :WA . f ffm 'A 15 . is 1,339 rig Keeping the pace, our Drum Major, Eugene Olson. Page 98 M, 'fr 7 M.. XJ vii 4 Left to right, inside circle: J, Berns, M. Mann, D. Prust, J. Gardner, D. son, L. Gardner, E. Olson, D. Johnson, D. Linden, Second circie: C D. Uhlemann, R. Marshmanj W. Miller, C. Erickson, S. Daubner, J. Parent I. Nelson, M. Merkle, D. Zak, B. Logerquist, M. Seaquist, Third circie man, D. Seaquist, E, Marshman, B. Ekman, W. Reindardt, B. Larson, J. Char- . We VIM Contest time . Aigoma 9. fr T-.,5g. on Weborg, R. Johnson, L. Chase, D. Johnson, R. Heald, R. Smith, M. Swen- Buress, J. Carlson, J. Bunda, R. Lent, A. Sohnsf Fourth circle: D. Honold, H. Jorns, D. Hickey, B. Patza, S. Becker, L. Lundquist, R. Anderson, D. Sitte, M. Shine, J. Perry, G. Fischer, W. Beyers, E. Peterson, W. Wick- ney, Mr. Kasen, J. Kordon. Q 'tags . VIGGR GHS - - 7 .. 'fi . , -QS W - ' W 5 '25 5 2:2453 4 Wfwwfi K 5 L X f'i' F Sw 9' -I ' . ,y1, "1', Q'3gw 13... W . . . .ff ,,, w.Eg,A'ff M. , -. -3... A ,Qing 3, .HL z, Q, - qgriwi, . . . w +f"'SN5- " 1 1 S The 4th . . Baileys Harbor .Q -wr.. F' 1 in ,Q -if ?JfFt r'!9x', , :P 5t'ul.:5'f ' V ' 'V I Qgrf,mQw, . Q- K . M V al I . QVQQ I ?,.gr. ,j QQYQMWQ effg J 35- - Qgjf, V . rv., "F 3.2.3-'wi' 1 " -14? M3 -'D H K A L 'wx - -Zimxf . - 'eff , ' : ... ' -1 --1 ,- js. rw.. wg, , 3 A15 5 sr-5. fn . , . .. K.. sim .. ,Ya 'Z .4-. ' 1 ,mf "?6pf43:Qvi. 5 "' - 3-if ,,, .n . .. M, :I V fi. A 3:-1'-fif' . .1 'Pi' .f. w,,,?a-- Q M- ,,... .mee ,.,,-... '1f.-'1Q1TiwLQ4,s.i':z,. ,fu -1' ,RH .thy 1 L f'sif,4 fr3fffa?f?ffi?fE?E5Wk53 2, A J f 'W ".. K JZ 6235" ' . "!,'A54'2' '- we sexi waffs.wwm rf K . g s . H . Q 'W 3, ig 4 - K . 'h . Mug 3 'iz f" -F1..e?.U '5 . nf f .ef A 2,32 S- ?""?W 'L' g!,,,,,4? 1, - .4 "" " fa fi " if 4? xl ur ii. ff r.,Q'Q .wi 'Q ff A V 5, M 51.7, gd' R is ,A 'Q ku gig? 1, N ,J s, Klan ik 5 v.. 3, 5915, 1 F6 .. ff K .vs ,wi I If af 7, , an ig va 9 bi L Ky. 1-as ii sxiiwgu Vg fa xi ' si 'Q is ff X... , fm' in s, W V l if 'Z i hr f its V , gg f .ii j DHWW WQGQ lb' is 1353- if . -li , ' " 3' 4 ' " ' . ,.. 57.1 y , 0 19113 W f iigrigfggg we A -it zf..w,rf Q...-f ,l v ' :. '- al . -J w? . ' . r . r ff' 'wa t -W ' . .-.gr . K 51 ' 1. ,. . 1 ,. . ,. ..f if ' 'V' V5 1 W. fri:--if' '- X .1 "lx . ,W L. , . V 7 I fi, , I sf' 'bf .- I - . ' ' iff f"Jfg.,fiQI ' . X- i Q' iw Q er ix Q 1 ' 1 - - 7 , 4212 if YW I if , wi- ,1. . ,J 'Q' if iirs H A is . L, r... i 2 rr, 378631 gi lx M-is w.',,,.. 4 P if xwi,fL',75.,.....,s...f Our mascot, Christine Woldt. Page Q9 an Q. First Row: D. Johnson, P. Landstrom, B, Lind, P. Witalison, Mr. Kasen, M. Seaquist, L. Kusch, N. Stoll, Y. Olsen. Second Row: S. Wagner, B. Deremo, C. Buress, l. Nelson, D. Waller, B. Shine, L. Honold, M. Abrahamson, V. Goss, B. Ekman. Third Row: L. Sitte, E. Peterson, D. Duquaine, J. Ofsted, B. Gauger, M. Mann, M. Scholl, J. Perry, H. Prust, A. Sohns, N. Olsen. Fourth Row: B. Uhlemann, B. Duquaine, B. Reinhardt, C. Mozal, A. Goss, M. Shine, M. Langemalc, H. Linden, F. Daubner, D. Erickson We mdecf ww VOICES m -.ar-vw ,, -f Y 2 ., 5 " ' 5 2 S . 5 ' 5 First Row: D. Voight, R. Dahlstrom, A. Franke, R. Soderburg, L. Sohns, L. Wesa. Second Row: H. Johnson, S. Hanson O. Henry, B. Beyers, J. Fischer, D. Seaquist, J. Kordon. Third Row: L. Gardner, O. Langohr, Champeau, Mr. Kasen, B. Resler, B. Reinhardt, B Shine, J. Carlson. Page 30 i .Y M M V ,. - we-A 1 Ni T' . lv it .Az QQ ,W if if 'K A LIBEARIANS Firs Row: A. Carmody, D. Duqucine, Miss Williams, M. Langemaic, H. Linden. Second Row: M. Jensen, K. Koepsei, N. Stoll, O. Ofsted. Third Row: B. Johnson, P. Krishka, L. Kusch, V. Goss, L. Honoid. 4.10.4 www, mf mf Ps A NEWSPAPER STAFF First Row: L. Honoici, L. Kusch, G. Kita, N. Olsen, A. Carmody, M. Jensen, B. Uhlemann, J. Pluff, M. Erickson, B. Franke. Second Pow: M. Abrahamson, Miss Mykieby, D. Lueders B. Shine, A. Sohns, N. Stoll, B. Ekman, M. Langemaic. Third Row: W. Tishler, R. Reinhard, E. Olson, B. Bittorf, Kita, H. Jorns, R, Heald, E. Marshman, D. Honold. Page 31 1? r Ali. .f F D' .f 2 TWIRLERS P r itte Anderson Olson, 2 MS , , Becker, Lundquist, Shine. -x fwjf W-v. 7hWQJEZzAePEP! 1217 fa is , k 4 CHEERLEADERS A First Row: CA Teaml-Sohns, Lueders, Abrahamson, Olson. Second Row: CB Tamb- Prust, Reimer, Larson. Page 39 A 1 . , , Wmhpv wgi- 3 . 3 ww f rl lbw? JW Queen: Marilyn Abrahamsonf King: Harvey Malzahn, Attendants: V. Goss, R. Evenson, A. Sohns, O Henry, L. Honold, C. Jarman, D. Erickson, L. Wesa, J. Berns, R. Shine. Um PRQM mm The Junior prom ol 1950 was a success and an evening long to be remembered. The largest crowd in Prom History crowded the Gibraltar Gymnasium to watch King Harvey Malzahn crown Marilyn Abrahamson, Queen, while Dulce Janda's Qrchestra played 'Alfchoesf' The Theme of the Junior Prom was "Sunset in Palm Gardens," The sunset canopy together with graceful palms, beautiful Flamingos and the lily pond set the atmosphere for the dancers. The Junior prom owes much ol its success to the ability ol the prom Chairman, Mr. Hervey Hauser, and the sub-chairman, Eugene Olson. Z kr ' 'KK , ua - Main-:QV 51- .H fir' 1' 2' X ,gi fyif e 51? .:- 1 -H ,M1 -,, vw. 4 Y 'z.k,,f J ,?'j'3j,5 5 -.iffE ,1'-1Q.f:.- zu Y . -Y z -..r' asf.-,- S 4. M.. -- 5.3" " .., ' '3' 5 - " 5- if vf i, - . - .- , 21 7: , -7 -v ff. ,- f lfggggfbi ' . -. .- iv .. W. A J, ., X. ff vm -P - f V , -..T .. A , . .5 1. 'f , -M . , rn- . Q, .1 7,1-Iz"' if 22. . '-- - ,ref-" ' -' . 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Gibraltar opened the 1950 football season with mid-August practice. Thirty-seven candidates accepted invitations to join the squad and worked out For three weelcs before the opening game at Pulaslci. The squad was built around thirteen lettermen from the 1949 team and employed the T and single wing oFFensive formations. Letter awards made to the 1950 squad were made to Ends-Sam Hanson, Bill Hanson, Douglas Logerquist and Bob Shine, Taclcles-John Fitzgerald, Charles Jarman, Norman Larson, and Bruce Patza, Guards-Donald Anderson, Everett Kita, and James Stadler, Centers-Dean Champeau and Bill Beyer, and Baclcs-Dean Albrecht, Jaclc Bunda, Qrville Henry, Peter Lelvlere, Roger Lent, Robert Peterson and Dan Wagner. Of this group, 'lO will be baclc next season. Anderson and Sam Hanson were elected honorary co-captains, and Russell Wagner and Jerry Fisher awarded manager letters. P 70' 1.4 , . ' if 11 N v rs- , nf 'V I c J ' FOOTBALL VARSITY ' First Row: S. Hanson, C. Jarman, D. Anderson, D. Champeau, E. Kita, N. Larson, R. Shine, D. Logerquist. , - Second Row: W. Hanson, D. Wagner, J. Bunda, O. Henry W. Resler, P. LeMere, K. Wickman, R. Lent, D. Albrecht. Third Row: D. Olsen, B. Patza, J. Fitzgerald W. Beyer, J. gtadler, P. Peterson, R. Peterson. Fourth Row: R. Bahlert, K. Pluff, D. Olson, Anderson, R. Slaby, G, Blomgren, D. Jacobson. "Charlie" , "Bud" l-la u ,Zo Ayjfiplackle Jlaclcle 61141 , ,Q "' , , mf u l ll ,p Jl f J J A, l fl l ' ' r Q I., f , 2 Q K , ,5 7' Q 5 ,G ,V " 1 ,Q V j, Q: f Al .541 I ' fg Y , f I l P. ul f u l Kick OFF! I 72a RECORD G.l-l.S. O Pulaslci ......... 'I4 G.l-I.S. O Cen, Catholic .... 6 G.l-l.S. 6 Luxemburg. . . .. 7 G.l-l,S. O Casco .... .. 7 G.l"l.S. 58 Mishicot. ,, .. O G.l-l.S. 38 Brussels .... .. 7 G.l-l.S. Q0 Sevastopol. . . .. O A Tense Moment A Touch Downl l 7 mg H ,law , S gQfg4+4e,12.1 Nl 134 Q 'K Q! Mx 4 'Y' 4 1 D 1 , a W Algal? ff Quarter fm A , ,X Q W, 4 -ff' fi H, Z " Y 5 A as ssl- lf 4? If l T- .4 .-:ww . ' sl K k v' V5 I .. 'fisfi ll' .. ,Q ,,:g.a3f'sz j naggy i A ul. ' X? a V. 1' .k y ' " a,,.i1 - 2511? x il 1 s Y 4 Page 37 FN VARSITY SOUAD First Row: R. Wagner, D. Champeau, O. Henry, Mr. Piatt, D. Logerquist, D. Albrecht, R. Evensen. Second Row: P. Lelvlere, M. Fandrie, D. Olsen, E, Kita, W. Hanson, S. Hanson. hird Row: R. Shine, D. Wagner , C. Jarman. Dist. Teachers .... Algoma ...... Alumni ...... . 72a PCWER Tl-IE RECORD .....34 Gibraltar... ....38 ...Q6 Gibraltar... ....43 ....43 Gibralter... ....34 Brussels ....... .... 5 'l Gibraltar. .. . . , .49 Algoma J. V.. ...48 Gibraltar. .. .,..35 Luxemburg .... .... 5 l Gibraltar ......... 33 Pulaski .,,,. .... 3 9 Gibralter. .. ....38 Casco ........ .... 3 Q Gibraltar. .. ....4l Sevastopol .......,... 37 Gibraltar. .. ....38 Algoma Normal ..,.... 30 Gibraltar. ., . . . .37 Brussels .............. Q7 Gibralter. .. ,...4l Mislwicot ....,. .... 3 'l Gibraltar ....,,... 49 Luxemburg ..., .... 7 5 Gibralter. .. . . . .43 Casco ........ .... 3 7 Gibraltar. .. ....Q9 Sevastopol .... .... 3 Q Gibraltar. . . . . . .66 Mislmicot ..,. .... 4 3 Gibraltar, .. ....5'l Pulaski. .. ,... 49 Gibraltar. .. ....5'l The Vikings go for a score Page 38 irs . . 726 VIKINGS! Fish Creek. . . Brussels ...... Algoma Frosh. Luxemburg. . . Pulaslci ....... Casco ....... Sevastopol. . . Brussels ...... Mishicot ..... S. B. lntramural ......., Luxemburg. . . Casco ....... Sevastopol. . . Mishicot ..... Pulaslci ..... THE RECORD Gibraltar Gibraltar Gibraltar Gibraltar Gibraltar Gibraltar Gibraltar Gibraltar Gibraltar Gibraltar Gibraltar Gibraltar Gibraltar Gibraltar Gibraltar The "JVs battle a Mishicot player forthe ball F tl? RW Sec Thd First Row: B. Beyer, R. Shine, N. Larson, Mr. Piatt, S. Hanson, D. Olson, M. Fandrei. Second Row: D. Logerquist, W. Hanson, D. Wagner, D. Albrecht, D. Logerquist, W. Resler, P. LeMere, C. Jarman. fgwfaegn cg C'f1fwQ'offs z Q50 V291 agar' 7he DIAMOND eww Nine lettermen formed the nucleus ol the 'l95O baseball squad. The Vilcings, defending Peninsula conference and Sturgeon Bay District Champions, prepared for a nine game schedule in frigid, damp weather and opened season play against Sturgeon Bay early in April. Gibraltar smashed the Bays around handily in the opening innings and was leading 7-O in the third when the game had to be called because of a severe rain storm. Games with Freedom and again, Sturgeon Bay, were eventually cancelled because ol the extremely bad weather, and the Vikes were forced to open conference play with only part ol one practice game under their belts. With Clayton Moegenburg pitching 5 inning no hit ball, the Vilces downed a visiting Luxemburg team 13-Q. Moegenburg and Art Strege combined pitching talents the next weelc at Casco lor a 'lO to O no hit victory over the Comets. Moegenburg gave up only one hit in crushing the Mishicot title hopes on the Two Rivers diamond 4-'I. Brussels ended up the Vikings fourth victim Without much ol a Fight, losing 'l3-O. Conference play ended on the home diamond against the ancient rival Sevastopol as the Vilces won the game and their second consecutive conference championship 4-Q. Defending their District championship at Sturgeon Bay, Gibraltar lost in extra innings to Depere 2-3 to end season play. Letter awards were made to Seniors-,lim l'lanson, Clayton Moegenburg, Bruce Schneider, and Orville Shine: Juniors-Sam l"lanson, Charles Jarman, Douglas Logerquist, Peter LeMere, l"larvey Malzahn, Bill Resler, Bob Shine, and Dan Wagner, and Sophomores-Dean Albrecht and Moreland Fandrei. Neil Anderson and Tom Goss were awarded manager letters. Page 40 Duchess, Audrey Sohns, Dulce, Donald Anderson. Attendants: M. Mann, D, Albrecht, S. Daubner, R. Lent, M. Scholl, J. Parent. The Queen's Float led the 1 rf 'F 2? lr ' f f if , .ya as r N .VN ,, parade. "N . IZ mm Q Saccwetf l-lomecoming celebrations started with an enthusiastic opening ol a pep rally Thursday afternoon and the traditional bonfire and snalce dance on Thursday evening, Cctober19, 1950. The pep-band entertained many who attended. Excitement about the coming game with Brussels spread through the school. For the First time in many years we had a parade consisting of Floats representing school organizations and classes. The parade began at 152:30 and wound its Way through the village oi Fish Creelc and baclc to the football Field. During the hall it paraded across the Field followed by the band. The game ended victoriously in favor oi Gibraltar, 38-7. The celebrations were brought to a glorious close with the l-lomecoming dance. The crovvd, thrilled with the day's victory over Brussels, danced to the music oi Stan Stanford. Reigning over the Homecoming was Duchess Audrey Sohns and Dul4e Donald Anderson. .Emi-'27 WAY' 'WEA an S, if 255 6 MW Nllwammfcfe QV ig 'vc my x 1,29 v It 'P My Hwfggk, A V, aN4b..,.X-11 k:.L W' Jr., :Su-ga 1 ,WI 5 , 5 . 3 yi-i - .Q .W W V V' K VX M A sf: 'G L "' .' Ai 4 ,ma r , 5 ' K We, my g.NQi, ,k... L, , K , ,YJ 2 .1 f 5 f: gfff. W' - wa .. , 9 L , ' 'Li figfiif L Ls A A f':1'fi5'f"fQ"g . " A T1L 'l9" ' m ,,--,, - ' ,F at ' 1'f"UWf,f, -f-' VT' 1 K- E K , ,5 V V' gif . - ' A X A' k Wi X 5- 5 A Q f,f ' J A 3. ' -. ' W 1 zz ,fy s p , .Lt gffwan A , . Y 33 Fam kills? g f , 4 I., K , V., X 2 it ,x T' '25 ' Q 'MIPS M 'h , 5, 1 px 1' 2,5 iw 4 Jr 5 E spa Y 2 F ax: SX Y x f 4 Q , 3 W x fr Ma mf me my OSWALD STENZEL Painter 8: Decorator Esser Paint Dealer Compliments ol PENINSULA LODGE Fish Creek, Wis. Compliments of SUNSET PARK GUEST HOUSE Fish Creek, Wis. Compliments oi FISH CREEK GARAGE Fish Creek, Wis. Compliments of WALTER A. ZACHOW Plumbing-Heating Fish Creek, WIS. Compliments ol PARKSIDE SERVICE STATION Fish Creek, Wis. Bill 81 Budd Reinhard 10075 Pure Maple Syrup Pure Bred Yorkshires Fish Creek, Wis. Spend your vacation at the ALPINE RESORT Egg I'Iarbor, Wis. SCHREIBER'S STORE Ballband Sports Shoes G.I'I.S. Sweat Shirts Phone 7R6 Fish Creek Compliments ol CASEY'S INN Egg Harbor, Wis. We take this opportunity, on be- half oi the Senior class to thank our advertisers lor helping to make this Annual possible. . 1 ,, .Y .,... , - ,li H :fn.jl,,LZL :Z .rw 'iff' 'I' :gf 'fs U ., If if E. ELECTRIC SERVICE SHOP Art Baraboo Phone 7R'IQ Fish Creek Compliments of Don's Bar-Egg Harbor LIoyd's Service Station Augie's Bar Marvin's Food Market WuII's Food Market AIbrecht's Varieties Birnscheins Garage Paddy's Bar Krause's Red Owl-Fish Creek Summertime Gift Shop Parkside Cottages Happy Hour Tea Room Edgewater Cottages Manson's IGA-Sister Bay Berns Feed Mill I'IusI:y's Restaurant WiIke's Food Market Lake 81 Bay View Bus Line Pisha Restaurant BrodcI's Electric Shop Irene's Beauty Shop Bern's Barber Shop Compliments of ,ii FRIEDLUND ORCHARDS INC. EIIison Bay, Wis. Page 43 Compliments of SISTER BAY HOTEL Compliments of BAY VIEW GROCERY Sister Bay, Wis. Ephraim Compliments OI Shop with us-where prices RUDYUS BAKE SHOP Sister Bay, Wisconsin GV? risht. Sister Bay, Wis. BRADLEY'S CLOVER FARM STORE Sister Bay, Wis. DOOR COUNTY CLEANERS Sister Bay, Wis. Compliments of BUNDA'S Sturgeon Bay and Sister Bay, Wis. Compliments of SOHN'S CLOVER FARM STORE Ephraim, Wis. JOHN A. PAHL Compliments of Hardware-Furniture Compliments OI Ephraim Hotel--Ephraim Sm Bev, Wis. i.ARsoN a. EDSTROM gaC'fw'1'S gafbifflhopl vergreen eac ote JUNGWIRTH HARDWARE Bottled Dri-Gas Sister Bay, Wis. Jewelers Sister Bay, Wis. COZY NOOK BEAUTY SHOP Phone IIQRI-34 Sister Bay, Wis. Georgietta Staver, Prop. Compliments of HASS DAIRY Sister Bay, Wis. Compliments of SWENSON MOTOR CO. Sister Bay, Wis. Compliments of BENSON FURNITURE CO. Sister Bay, Wis. Compliments of MII.LER'S SERVICE Sister Bay, Wis. Compliments of NMASTERFREEZEU Sister Bay, Wis. ROESER LUMBER CO. H Bems Bros. Compliments of Sister Bay, Wis. Your Home , , Headquarters Eplwalm' Wls' Page 44 Cornil s Farms Knudson House Brown Antique Gift Shop Wills Store-Ellison Bay NeIson's Store Daubner's Grocery Ellison Bay Barber Shop KIenIce's Garage Rucherts Store Kramer's Store 81 Restaurant Pfiels Beer Garden Washichelcs-Baileys Harbor I"Ioward's Fix-It Shop Victor Duquaine BIahniIc's Rendezvous Gerdman Hardware Compliments of ARTHUR WILSON Plumbing-Heating Baileys Harbor, Wis. HENDRICKSON GARAGE Chrysler 8: Plymouth LARSON'S MOTORS Sales 8: Service Evinrude Motors, Mobilgas Mobiloil, Tires, Batteries Ephraim, Wis, Compliments ol Sister Bay, Wis. KOSER'S SERVICE STATION Auto-Fender Work Painting Our Specialty Baileys Harbor Compliments ol NORTON'S FOOD MARKET Baileys Harbor VIKING GRILL ANDERSON HOTEL Ephraim, Wis. Dinners, Plate Lunch, Sandwich All Year Round Compliments ol ANDERSON STORE Ephraim, Wisconsin MR. 84 MRS. L. WICKMAN Proprietors Ellison Bay, Wis. SMITH'S RESTAURANT Chicken Our Specialty HEIDEN 81 ANDERSON HARDWARE ZS JACK'S TAVERN 8g ICE CREAM PARLOR Baileys Harbor Compliments ol BOETTCHER'S GARAGE Baileys I-larloor, Wis. Ephraim, Wis. Plumbing-Electrical Compliments ol HAGEDORN STUDIO Ellison Bay, Wis. Appliances 8s Paint Ellison Bay, Wis. Compliments of HOMER PARENT Trucking-Gravel Clothing 8: Gifts Baileys Harbor BENTLY'S FROZEN CUSTARD Baileys I'larI3or Ellison Bay, Wis. See HAROLD C. WILSON Ephraim For Real Estate 84 Insurance Compliments ol A. C. TAP Baileys Harbor, Wis. Compliments ol REIBOLDT STUDIO Sturgeon Bay, Wis. E is,t. i'.," av t',tr- , .W ' NEI-SONS I , i ,'1i.iIt' is .. 1 I A HARDWARE " Q ssrs lf ' it I , , I 3 I4 ' 4 s ' I'IOfDOIf1t ADPIIGHCCS H Q nizuowa AGENCY fs,, .. L.. ,,, , Speed Queen Line sttt' t.'t' 'is iis l" , if Iti ""I iff ii i ,I I E Q Dri-Gas Service M V I Q " " Fi ,, Baileys I-larbor D ii 5 , , if, .L .- . -, ci, yo. and E88 Harbor 1 L . ' I , . E ' ' ' sti' F, " ,., .,,. T V A '1.. :Z 1 f Zfiii I , Wisconsin I.. ,AAVA I J qgfil i X, , , :i: . .stew , I T I Ii I "i""' I ,.,, A i..-,- A 1 -A . Co I' ts t th Compliments ol mp 'men O 6 LAKE THEATRE Baileys Harbor Wisconsin Class ol '5'l BEN C. SCHRAML RED OWL AGENCY Baileys I-larbor, Wis. Page 45 , Compliments of VAN f3eEEi':e?EPOT 5 EOSYEUEIES ri-uni? Ave. gnoxg si-lop t , ' . Sturgeon Bay, Wis. F-lie Rrigljyoglhojgttingls u ure DOOR COUNTY MUTUAL INSURANCE Sturgeon Bay, Wis. FRUIT GROWERS CO-OP MYER'S I.G.A. Fresh Fruits-Groceries Frozen Fruit Sturgeon Bay, Wis. Compliments of Fasliions in Flowers BURR'S FLORAL Sturgeon Bay, Wis. DRS. HUMKE 8m FEHL Veterinarians Sturgeon Bay, Wis. Compliments ol ROY C. SMITH BEER DEPOT l'ligli Ouality Beverages Sturgeon Bay, Wis. Compliments of BARKER-WASHBURN LUMBER CO. Sturgeon Bay, Wis. Compliments ol DOOR COUNTY HARDWARE Sturgeon Bay, Wis. Compliments of DOOR COUNTY ABSTRACT CO. Sturgeon Bay, Wis. Compliments ol LAWRENCE MEAT MARKET Sturgeon Bay, Wis. Compliments of EVANGELINE MILK COMPANY Sturgeon Bay, Wis. Compliments ol SNEIDER'S SHOE REPAIR Sturgeon Bay, Wis. Compliments of WM. WAGNER, ATTORNEY Sturgeon Bay, Wis. Compliments of BALLO MOTORS FORD-MERCURY DEALERS Sturgeon Bay, Wis. Compliments of DR. W. J. OLSON Sturgeon Bay, Wis. Compliments ol THE BANK OF STURGEON BAY Sturgeon Bay Wisconsin Compliments of THE DOOR COUNTY ADVOCATE 'lTl1e Advocate welcomes your news items." Sturgeon Bay, Wis. HEMBEL BROS. AND MATHEY 8t HUSBY Dealers in Farm Implements Sturgeon Bay, Wis. "OWN YOUR OWN HOME" STURGEON BAY BUILDING 8g LOAN ASSOCIATION Plwone 9'l Sturgeon Bay, Wis. STONEMAN FUNERAL HOME Plwone T35-W or 135-R Sturgeon Bay Wisconsin Compliments of WIS. PUBLIC SERVICE CORPORATION Page 46 HENRY SPILLE Insurance Agent .Iacl4son po rt, Wis. Compliments ol STURGEON BAY FLORIST Sturgeon Bay, Wis. Compliments of DR. MUEHLHAUSER Sturgeon Bay, Wis. SCHAEFER AUTO REPAIR' Phone 136 FERGUSON-HUDSON Sturgeon Bay, Wis. Compliments ol MILLERS CLOTHING STORE Sturgeon Bay, Wis. Compliments ol "BAY STYLE SHOP" Sturgeon Bay, Wis. Compliments of BUNDA 81 STARR INC. Furniture 8: Appliances Sturgeon Bay, Wis. Compliments ol DR. GORDON Sturgeon Bay, Wis. Compliments ol SAWYER ELECTRIC-SUPPLY Sturgeon Bay, Wis. Compliments ol WEST SIDE MOTORS Sturgeon Bay, Wis. CHERRYLAND ANNEX CAFE A Good Place To Eat Sturgeon Bay, Wis. Compliments of FAX AND FAX Cleaners 8m Tailors Sturgeon Bay, Wis. Compliments of THE H. C. PRANGE CO. Sturgeon Bay, Wis. Compliments oi BURSEN MOTORS Sturgeon Bay, Wis. LEE KRUEGER IMP. CO. John Deere Service Delaval, Good Year Tires Sturgeon Bay, Wis. Compliments ol "PLECK'S" Sturgeon Bay, Wis. Compliments oi EAMES RESTAURANT Sturgeon Bay, Wis. Compliments of DORCHESTER 8g BECK CLINIC Sturgeon Bay, Wis. Sister Bay, Wis. JACKSON MOTORS Dealer in Buiclc Cars Sturgeon Bay, Wis. FELHOFER BROS. INC. Valmy Garage Chevrolet-Cadillac Sturgeon Bay, Wis. Compliments ol REYNOLDS ART STUDIO Sturgeon Bay, Wis. FRED E. WARNER CO. Sturgeon Bay, Wis. Wholesale .Iobbers Candies-Tobaccos Compliments ol "CHRISTY CORPORATION" Sturgeon Bay, Wis. Compliments of "DOUG'S" TAVERN 8: BALLROOM Sturgeon Bay, Wis. MOELLERS GARAGE Dodge Dealer Sturgeon Bay, Wis. Compliments ol "DOOR COUNTY MOTORS . Sturgeon Bay, Wis. Compliments ol MAC'S SPORT SHOP West Sturgeon Bay GEORGE DRAEB Something From Your JEWELER ls Always Something Special Compliments of Wisconsin Cvmpliments of HERBOLD ornca SUPPLY Courtesy is good SLESKABASR Sturgeon Bay' WIS' Sturgeon Bay, Wis. Page 47 MAC'S IMPLEMENT 81 SUPPLY 'IQO Green Bay Road Sturgeon Bay, Wis. McCormick-Deering Farm Equipment I H C Freezer Chests Refrigerators Compliments OI HERBERT GAETH ROY STONEMAN GROVER STAPLETON HOLLIS BASSFORD RALPH ALEXANDER County OFIicers Compliments of "DOOR 8. DONNA THEATRES" Door Countyis Newest and Finest Sturgeon Bay, Wis. COMPLIMENTS OF BASSETTS DRUG STORE DR. T. W. HESS BUY LOW STORE H. M. FERGUSON DR. MAY KNOPP APPLIANCE HARV'S HAPPY HOUR TAVERN CITY RADIO SERVICE HANSON MUSIC SHOPPE BOHN'S DRUG STORE H. J. HAHN KNAAPENS BAKERY DR. GROVOGEL THE IVANHOE CUNDYS-BADGER PAINT STORE F. W. WOOLWORTH PISHA INSURANCE AGENCY OLSON TRANSPORTATION KELLNERS DRUG STORE DR. MARTIN VICTORY GRILL DR. GROTA KLENKE-LOLBECK GIGSTEAD PAINT STORE DUFEK'S SHOE SHOP HODGE PRINTING COMPANY MATHEY'S FLOOR COVERING DR. FARRAND NOREN'S SHOE SHOP SCOFIELD CO. CONGRESS BOWLING ALLEY PETERSON BOAT WORKS LAUNDRY 8: DRY CLEANERS DR. PFARR HERBERT JOHNSON, ATTORNEY DR. HAGMANN ZWICKY SHELL STATION WULF HARDWARE CURLY'S CLEANERS BUBNIK'S JEWELRY ESOUIRE CLEANERS Page 48 ,,,,,,,,,A,,,,,,, h ,.i,m.,,,,,,,Q . 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