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

 - Class of 1956

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A ..w , 4 ,+' L Q Book Book Tai at VIKING HIGHLIGHTS OF '56 Book I CLASSES Book II ACTIVITIES Book un SPORTS Book IV ADVERTISING Book V -W- Typists WR 'fd' P? Advertisers Q.-1,f Feature Writers w We' , Edutor Beverly Ebbers av on A D 9 Assustont Editor Joanne Relnhord Art Editor Mornco Olsen a 5 1 , wif", x Y 5? OW ca ff' gr-Jo' The groducltmg closs of l956 ot Glbroltor Hugh School wntnessed some lorge chonges rn thenr school un their tour yeor trnp Here we ore ot the end ot thot trrp ond os we leove we con see vost chonges ID the buildings rn the curruculum ond more so In ourselves We hope thot for mony thus book will represent mony memornes ond occomplushments Here ore the hu lughts ofthe lost yeor for some ond the first yeor tor others To you whoever you ore ond vvhotever yeor you ore completmg to the teochers ond the entire oclrmmstrotnon ond to the porents ot every student we present our Vukmg for 1956 D ii " g k k KL .. H r lj VM ug' Wil' 95? v V4 if , -. ,.,., t af: :Alix 'Q' IQ J A A A ' K if , 1.12223 ' "The future is a race between education and catastrophe"-H. G. Wells For more than two decades a man of native intelligence and shrewd insight has given generously of a simple strength, huge tolerance, and a dedicated loyalty. His mind has turned over our school's and children's problems in all four seasons even as he has guided his plow turning the neat furrows of his land. Perhaps he stops to ponder an aspect of educating our youth as he smiles at the gulls following him. A big, quiet man, not given to quick speech, he brings "old fashioned" ideals to a modern school system and makes them fit. The debt we owe him and all his kind is too large for payment, but at least we can recognize and publicly acknowledge that there is a debt. So long as men with his qualities sit on the school boards of our nation, we remain confident that we will win the "race between education and catastrophe." 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A x A i I p- f X. 1. s 1 v K4 i lf I s Principal 5iQi 'L NIFER ,V -X , I Q Yi? 5 TUDENX HfOUNi,,1L J rzryxf Ulu S Yuvvsw -'-'WM T A SVI I .J M 1: 5 SEQOND RLIVN Jcovvm- Rfm- I H , J U-MRD QA A Assisioni Pfinclpui I fklfv "WW 'VVYVHR L,Nv 1 , 'HAM' BXRMNNGHAM bww PQJI ,Awww FQURM U TSJB Lb ' -Q v' jim Sv-wwtu-1 Qliiliui S'i-QW: Jwwmgs "N xv DEV! 1 VG," B Mu tow ,C' eg-ge SCHOOL BOQQD ' K 5 ,, my Blyre:r:wr'-Q-9 -hgvsf Kcepsel Mrs M Embers Munm CROP SECOND ROW: Q, . X4 ,EP Lumrfrwcr: RLH1V'c1ffi 'fxiffeh ,ifcefscm vm .' 4, 4 . , ,., 'lg- S! T"3qf,, , Ji A X in S , Aga-"' 2 'Wifi 5 1 1 la 5, 1 f' Oo 0 MRS GlLBER1 VVICKMAN FRANCIS CHASE Englush Mothemattcs B E LaCrosse State College B A Stevens Potnt State College To you the Sensors of 1956 I vvtsh to offer my stncere congratulations on your com pletton of four years of hugh school educatton For some of you formal education will conttnue tn your preparatton for greater thtngs to come for others tt serves but as a rntlestone toward your future The years from 1952 to 1956 have been short but tt ts my hope that you have found sornethtng worthwhtle vvhtch wrll enable you to face the long undeterrntned future vvlth fatth honesty and courage Be honest wtth yourself and others because an honest person ts at peace vvtth hlmself Have fatth tn yourself to attatn whatever you desire Be self reltant trust yourself and have the wtll and the courage to do what ts rtght The ulttmate goal vvtll be Cl happy successful lute G Kltngelhoets Prtnctpal C CALVIN FISHER JOHN BORDON Agrtculture Mustc Spontsh B S Platteville State College B S Northern llllnors Stote College a o , . I I A - f 2 , , , , , - , . ' F I I - , - , , ' 't Vfff:s:gtg,?Wg2m51E ri'19QS5f2i"E?' Ki ' I 1 at i 5 -fin MRS. DON JORGENSON English Health Physical Education B.S., LaCrosse State College DON JORGENSON Health, Athletics Physical Education B.S, LaCrosse State College W D SUSDORF Soclal Studles Athletucs BS Umversuty of Wusconsm CHARLES TVETEN Social Studnes BS Rwer Falls State College MRS NEIL KINSEY Commercual B E Whltewoter State College 10 - 'ff A tl 1 X t X ' R it ' +224 ,xt efl l ora A :a"v.i 3 Q s..-r --...B CLASS OFFICERS AND ADVISORS FIRST ROW, Jerry Wesa, Treasurer, Howard Olson, President, Caroline Turnquist, Secretary. SECOND ROW: Mr, T. J. Birmingham and Mr, Cv. Klingelhoers, Advisors. Not pictured: Dale Reuter, Vice-President. DARLENE ANDERSON DORIS ANDERSON "A peppy maiorette who keeps our band in step." Band I, 2, 3, 4, Pep Band 4, FHA I, 3, Blue 81 Gold Hi-Lights I, Twirler I, 2, 3, 4, Cheerleader I. RITA ANDERSON "From Crystal Lake came this friendly lass, who is so active in our class! Entered from Community High School, Crystal Lake, Illinois 2. Chorus 2, 3, 4 Girls' Glee Club 2, 3, 4, FHA 2, 3, FHA Officer 3, Viking 4, Class Officer 2. "Men are like batons. You can give 'em both a good whirl." Band I, 2, 3, 4, Pep Band 4, FHA I, 3, Twirler 3, 4. 12 STANLEY AREND Onhebcy Sports and Redheads are my weakness F otball I 2 3 4 Basketball I ball 3 4 I 2 3 4 FFA Officer-4 Blue 81 Gold HI Llghts 4 BEVERLY BENO ev l went through my sensor year ln a daze Band I Llbrarlan 4 Vlklng 4 Blue 81 Gold Hr Lights I FLOYD BERNS A smnlmg gran wnth dreamy eyes really Floyd as qunte the guy FFA l MARY LOU BURRESS She has three things personallty popularity and pep n 2 3 Pep Band 2 3 Chorus l 2 3 Girls Glee Club 3 Vlkln JEAN BECKER Jeanne Never bold never shy among her friends she rates qune hugh C orusl FHA I 2 3 FHA Ot tIcer 3 Blue 81 Gold H1l.lghts l 4 Class Oftlcer 3 Homecoming Attendant 2 Prorn Attendant 3 Student Council BARBARA BERTSCHINGER Love IS a many splendorecl rhmg Llbrarlan 2 FHA l 2 3 Vllung 4 Blue 81 Gold HI Lights 2 13 ELAINE BOECK Beuny A wlllung worker wnth a sharp mmd who always seems to be so knnd Chorus 234 Gnrls Glee Club 23 FHA 23 Blue 8. Gold Hu Llghts 2 4 Glb Sc: 3 Photo Club CAROLINE DANES Where would l go nn my free perlods lf at wasnt for the Commercial room? Chorus l Blue 8- Gold Hu Lughts 4 JERRY DUQUAINE Duke Dad I heor someone mentlon money? Chorus l 2 3 Boys Glee Club l 2 3 FFA l 2 3 4 FFA Oltlcer Vlklng 4 Prom Attendant 3 il' QB BETTY FICK Whot would I do If I couldnt read booksll BEVERLY EBB ev Most men dont bother me but Mr Tveten does Chorus 123 Grls Glee Club 234 FHA FHA Offlcer 2 Vlklng 34 ue 81 Gold Hu ltsl3 One c Pla 3 Glb Scl 3 Chorus 4 FHA 23 G1bScn 3 JOANNE FRANKE Short and cute wlth lots of fight She was crowned Duchess Homecoming mght Chorus l3 Gnrls Glee Club l3 FHA l23 Blue 81 Gold HI Lnghts 4 Homecomxng Duchess 4 Homecoming Attendant 3 Gab Scl 3 14 WAYNE GAUGER I come to school when theres no other place to go 'R Track 3 FFA 4 DONALD FRANKE Buck A guy of speed and determlna tlon who turned out to be a sports sensatlon Chorus 23 Boys Glee Club 3 Football l234 Basketball I2 seball I2 Track 34 l234 FFA Oftlcer 4 Blue Gold Hn Lnghts 4 Homecomnng Duke 4 Homecomnng Attendant 3 Prom Attendant 3 EMMA JEAN HANSON ma Good hearted mnschlef and happy smiles make thenr home IH Emma Jean Llbraraan 2 FHA I2 Vsklng 4 e 8- old I L s Class Officer I2 Pram Attend ant 3 JILL GOSS my lf the tlme as rnght she has plenty to say Chorus l234 Girls Glee Club I23 FHA 23 Vekmg 4 Mil' CHARLOTTE JOHNSON In the daytime we know MARIE JORNS I do the Iustenmg Band I Lxbrarlan 2 FH N u ...Q-pg... 15 fi: at night we wonder A W! Sparky ARDELLE KLENKE Ecrly to bed eorly to ruse that conf be Ardelle we re descrnb n nd 1 ee Club 1 2 3 Blue 81 Hel.lgl1T5 1 Prorn Attendant 3 JEAN KOESSL W y Ie? the world go Dy wltlwoul o le nd l 2 4 Pep Bm HA v JOHN LANDSTROM Jack Bring on The prefly donclng glrlsl ofbull l elyull T G FFA 2 3 4 FFA Olllcer 4 CIO s Omcer l 2 3 Hon econ mg Attendant l PrQm Kung 3 Student Councnl I GAIL WOWIII C orus I 2 3 Glrls Glee ub F 2 Viking 4 81 Gold HI Lights 4 REINHOLD UND Joker of on Artis? Vlklng 3 SONJA LIND If wusecrocks were pennnes Id be 0 mullnonolre Bond I 2 3 4 Pep Bond 1 2 4 Blue 8. Gold Hll.lgl1Ts 4 Prom Attendonf 16 HOWARD OLSON Horsepower Hes never loud hes never quiet but behind the wheel he s quite the riot! Band 34 Pep Band 34 Chorus 4 Boys Gle C Track 4 Viking 4 Class Ofticer 4 Prom Attendant 3 Student Council 4 als MARGIE PENC A nicer girl tis ard in Entered from Sevastopol l FHA I 2 3 MARCIA OLSEN Max A singer, dancer or artist-whatever she will be. She has so many talents that come to her naturally. B n 3- Pep Band 3- Chorus i,2,3,4- Girls Glee Club l,2,3 44 Viking l,2, 3 4 Class Officer i Cheerleader i 2 One Act Play 3 PRISCILLA OLSON Pete My winter is spent resting for summer n 3 Chorus l 2 3 4 Girls Glee Club l 2 3 FHA 2 3 Gi ci DANIEL PETERSON Dun Skipping school may be all right but it cant compare with girls or nights Entered from St Norberts High School 2 Chorus 3 4 Boys Glee Club 3 4 Football 34 Track 34 FFA 4 Blue BQ Gold Hi Lights 4 Class Officer 2 Prom Attendant 3 Gib Sc13 DARLENE REINHARD I try to keep everybody happy Chorus l 2 3 Girls Glee Club l 2 3 Libraiian 3 FHA l 2 3 FHA Officer 3 Viking 4 Blue 81 Gold Hi Lights 4 Class Ofhcer i Gab Sci 3 11 DALE REUTER Butch Villa Park s loss was Gibraltar s gain Entered from York High School Villa Park Illlnols 4 Basketball 4 Class Officer 4 JANET SITT She seems quiet but who knows? 1 2 BARBARA SAWYER "With a twinkle in her eye, she is looking at a guy," Band l, 2, 3, Pep Band l, 2, 3, Chorus l, 2, 3, Girls' Glee Club l, 3, Viking 4- Blue Bl Gold Hi-Lights I, 3, 4, Prom Attendant 3. SYLVAN SEILER Ambition' Where have I heard that word before'7 Baseball I FFA 4 JOHN SMITH Capt Never a worry never a care his old black Ford will get hum there Football 2 3 4 s etball I 3 4 Baseball l 2 T Prom Attendant 3 Student Council 4 WALTER SMITH Walt Sure l ke to Football 2 3 4 Basketball 2 4 seball l 2 A Gab Sc: 3 18 YVONNE SMITH Curley It lm not laughlng lm anc In Chorus I Llbraruan 4 FHA I 2 GENE STEPHAN Bulldog Why study when there are so many other thnngs to do? I CAROLINE TURNQUIST Someday youll hear me playnng In Carnegie Hall orus I 2 3 Gnrls Glee Clubl 2 4 Class O'FfIcer2 4 JOLENE VISTE Its better to sleep IU socnal prob lems class then to let a perfect nnght go past C orus I Llbraruan 2 4 A 2 3 Blue 81 Go Lights 2 JANE WEBORG Neat and sweet n I 2 P 3 4 Lnbraruan 3 Class Ofhcer 3 Student Council 4 JERRY WESA Butch If summer was only I2 months long well Track 4 Class Oftlcer I 4 Homecormng Attendant 2 Prom Attendant 3 Student Council I 19 .4-" sf li RENEE WILLS Ohl l forgot Ban I2 Pep Band l Chorus G G Cu L raruan 3 Vukung 4 Blue 8: Gold Hulughts I4 Pro'n Queen NOT PICTURED GALE VANVOROUS Someday Im goung back o Tennessee Entered from Franklun County Hugh School Tennessee 3 FFA fs or a 1- fs Nw F-'Q gwy -nv -,Ls-N' CLASS WILL I956 We the Senuors of the Class of l956 beung of sound mund wush to bequeath some of our more pruzed posse suon to the underclassmen and teachers of Gubraltar Hugh School We hope you can use these qualutues to your advantage and that they wull brung happuness to you your future years at G H S Darlene Anderson her twurlung abuluty to Mary Koessl Dorus Anderson her tutle of mauorette to Kay Wesa Ruta Anderson her abuluty to get along wuth teachers to J Orsted Marue Jorns her quuet ways to Loren Peul Ardelle Klenke her haurdo to Catharune Hoefert Jean Koessl her abuluty to play clarunet to her cousun Donna Stanley Arend hus car to Roger Klaves Beverly Beno her long bus rude home to Muke Lent Floyd Berns hus muscles to Roger Erucksan Jean Becker her neat manner to Elaune Knudson Mary Lou Burress her wude bookkeepung pen to the Commer cual Room drawer Barbara B rtschunger her hugh grades to Roger Larson Elaune Eoeck her lov for socual gatherungs to Joy Jarman Carolune Danes her nuckname Mother Goose to future nursery rhymes Jerry Duquaune hus tuuck to hls suster Mary Beverly Ebbers her solos un Class A to Mary Ann Jarman Betty Fuck her natural blond haur to Kaye Rogers Joanne Franke her blouses to Sally Larson Don Franke hus crew cut to Lyle Lurudquust Wayne Gauger hus rowdy ruughts to hus brothers Jull Goss her sober expressuon to Beverly Carlson Emma Jean Hanson her trups to Maduson to Judy Jensen Charlotte Johnson her nucknarne to Lounadell Weborg Jack Larudstrom hus abuluty un sports to Jum Hass Gaul Larson her femunune qualuttes to be dustrubuted to some of the less fortunate freshmen Reunhold Lund hus artustuc abuluty to Mrs Jorgenson Sonua Lund her nuckname Charlue to Mr Tveten Howard Olson hus roadster to anyone who ll take ut oft hus hands Marcua Olsen her short haur cut to Betty Tanck Prusculla Olson her prum and proper manner to Sandra Perry Morgue Pence her quuet knughts to Sandra VaruVorous Dan Peterson hus bookkeepung abuluty to anyone who can make the grade Darlene Reunhard her love to argue wuth Mr Burmungham to P Vought Dale Reuter hus Luttle Red Rucler to anyone who wants ut Barbara Savuyer her abuluty to obtaun class rungs to Judy Haen Sylvan Seule hus heught to be duvuded between the Beckstrom twuns Janet Sutte her name Sutte to a luttle country gurl John Smuth hus Ford to anyone who can druve ut Walter Smuth hus sungung abuluty to the Metropolutan Opera 2'- If Yvonne Smuth her love for dances to Morgue Shune Gene Stephen hus Levus to John Olson Carolune Turnquust her puano technuque to Susue Klaves Jolene Vuste her Monday mornungs to Georgua Lunclal Jane Weborg Larry Nelson to Ardus Anderson Jerry We a hus uaruutor uob to anyone who can use a broom Ren e Wulls her ' bubblung personalutyf to Mary Ann Charney Gale VanVorous hus Tennessee braggung to Bonnue Johnson J, ,J d , f J 3' W l,2,3, irls' lee l b l,2,31 " u ' ' T tb ' 1 ' ' 5 ." 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Gauger, Robert FIRST ROW: ShirIey Graff, Mary Koessi, Judith Jensen, Marion Honold, Anito Johnson. SECOND ROW: Roland I-Ionold, John Heise, Gerald Knudson, Guy Hon- oId, Joel Grosse, Arthur Henquinet. FIRST ROW: Lois Olson, Kaye Rogers, Joan Sohns, Marietta Paschke. SECOND ROW: Loren Peil, John Olson, Tom Patza, Harvey Polster, Harold Strege, 3 A FIRST ROW: Mae Merkle, Gloria Olwnesorge, Charlotte Krowas, Patricia Nelson, Georgie Lindal. SECOND ROW: Myron McOlasl'1, John Lundquist, Roger Larson, Larry Nelson, David Nelson, Michael Lent, gf 5: SF if , FIRST ROW: Sandra Van Vorous, Donna Zak, Shirley Sunstrom, Sandra Swenson. SECOND ROW: Lamadell Weborg, Betty Tanck, James Zak, Philip Vaight. SOPH ' OMORES CLASS OFFICERS AND ADVISORS FIRST ROW: Dennis Olson, Mary Ann Jar- I man, Richard Olson. SECOND ROW: Mr. Susdorf, Ardis Anderson, Mr. Jorgenson. I ,X 'x l nl FIRST ROW: Nancy Daubner, Mary Ann Charney, Marjorie Bergwin, Annie Berk- hahn, Cecelia Anderson. SECOND ROW: John Beckstrom, Bill Beckstrom, Dale An- derson, Beverly Carlson, Ceylon Anderson, Emery Berns. FIRST ROW: Nancy Hass, Catharine Hoe- iert, Mory .lane Gerdrnan, Faye Flaeschel, Jacqueline Fandrei. SECOND ROW: Den- nis Gauger, Wayne DeRemo, Arline Dyk- stra, Dave Eckert, Jack Gannett, Orville Honold, FIRST ROW: Carole Jungwirth, Eleanor Langoehr, Lois Landsfrom, Donna Koessl, Elaine Knudson, SECOND ROW: Patricia Johnson, Dean Johnson, Lyle Lundquisl, Roger Klaves, Charles Mann, Bonnie John- son. FlRST ROW: Marilyn Pfiel, Donna Meekma, .loanne Polsler, Joan Orsfed, Linda May- hew. SECOND ROW: Bonnie Nordeen, Donald Polster, William Oldenburg, Austin Peterson, Donald Peil, William Pence. FIRST ROW: James Seiler, Niles Weborg, Janice Vertz. SECOND ROW: Karen Sohns, Keith Weborg, Davis Sirte, Lyle Sitfe, Kay Wesa. FRESHM N CLASS OFFICERS AND ADVlSORS Mr. F. Chase, Jan Schreiber, Sharon Daubner, Ronald Ohman, Mr. J. Borden. FIRST ROW: Harold Carlson, Ronald Beno, Neil Erickson, Wallace Duquaine, Wallace Bitlorf, John Berischinger. SECOND ROW: Roger Erickson, Rosalie Boeck. Carrol Anderson, Laverne Copiskey, Kay Chase, Dennis Flaeschel, FlRST ROW: Daniel Henry, Clark Hanson, Robert Grosse, James Hass, Pefer Gundersen. SECOND ROW: Loren Fandrei, Barbara Holund, Christina Heise, Karen Haack, Joy Jarman, Judy Haen, Mike Hanson. 3 SP4 FIRST ROW: Wesley Lorenz, William Olson, Kenneth Johnson, William Koepsel, Karl Kodanko. SECOND ROW: S ll L a y arson, Susan Klaves, Nancy Kinsey, Cynthia Peterson, Beverly Nelson, Judith Ostran, Barbara Kesler. ll l Z . 3 1 f l, FIRST ROW: Allan Stadler, Floyd Rohde, Ronald Stieglitz, Rodney Strandell, Robert Fluff, Richard Peterson. SECOND ROW: Ervin Peil, Gordon Reinhard, Ella Peterson, Janice Peterson, Patsy Strege, Terry Simon. FIRST ROW: James Swenson, Lewis Tesnow, William Williams, Ronald Tanclc, James Strege. SECOND ROW: Craig Woerfel, Delores Tesnow, Barbara Zahn, Mary Zak, Robert Tanck. 2 Z.. M . A A , f a " if +..'.K, , a 5 y Q .9 fx .,,, 'M , V 2 1 42, t ,A I -infra? x I . , f J f "6-1'-fig X ' . . UQ ff ' :if M - " . Q QQ.. 355 K Ng A x La 5 K ' K 1 . 'H ' 1 1 5 . 5. 1 Q , t 5 nj ' ' , .gf ig 'V i . -' . ' .,g 3 5 X xv X , 'rl K ' " ff! 'Y ' Q if :af 'Xi ' ia 5: 5 ' dz , A 'V . ':. A ' A, Y' ' M 's r- W Q 1 fm fm V ii" -A M 4, "f3'fL?z'. an gif' X 1 1 le at A il xv mf " .gf ' 1' I E "' Q51 ggfqn if Y' r 41 .1-L 'E 1 ,Liv "' V ng! W ' -,paul ...nu 'vnuuuqnvlu-svn-hf"f 1 43 2 'Q E Lin' 1 v 1 N C W-we .1 ' I .f , ' f A . Jlgx 1 . i .fdcfiuified Qx 5,1 'v Ernrna Jean Hanson ONson Uenke Don Franke Burress Howard PxrdeXXe Mary Lou k Landstrom, erry Wesa, nn Srnnh. Renee NNkXNs Jac Peterson, Barbara Sawyer, Duauarne, Joanne Franke Jo I W Dan Sonra Und, jerry 1 in 'r 0 'ff 5 f. 'A wh 0 1955 JUNIOR PROM Cherry Pink and Apple Blossom White . . . this was the setting of our 1955 Junior Prom. Gibraltar's gym was transtigured for an evening into a garden of lovely blooming trees . , , into which couples entered through high white arches. Excitement and enioyment were the main objectives of all who attended. The music, under the hand of Lamar Foth andthe Templeaires, provided a romantic background tothe scene. The high point ot the evening was the grand march led by Miss Susan Wesa who carried the royal crowns of Queen Renee Wills and King Jack Landstrorn. "l'll See You in My Dreams" closed an enchanting evening filled with souvenirs and memories. Renee Wills CI'1d.lOClil.GI'1dSffOfY1 Susan Wesa .? iffsfiztfwwi. , ARSENIC A D OLD LAC 'K" - QS ef- R tits '1 ' N1m.gii,. iz, ' A Q, . i . , .. ,M Y . .. ., .1 .,..,.,,.i..ii. i fa, .sf-wer,.L.Mf.i.m.ms..,ssw,y eww,-s . LN "Arsenic and Old Lace," a mystery-comedy by Joseph Kesselring, opened to a full house for a two night run on March 23. The tamous Broadway three-act production was directed by Thomas Birmingham and student directors, Mary Lou Burress, Barbara Sawyer, and Gail Larson. Abbie and Martha Brewster, portrayed by Darlene Reinhard and Jane Weborg respectively, were two charming little old ladies who had the "inno' cent" habit at populating their basement with the remains of socially and re- ligiously "acceptable" roomers. Their brother, Reinhold Lind, thinking he was Teddy Roosevelt, was finally admitted to an institution because ot the graves he dug in the Brewster base- ment to care tor the "yellow lever" victims of his two sisters. The other members of the cost who ably supported the leads were: Mortimer, Dan Peterson, Mr. Gibbs, Jerry Duquaine, Lt. Rooney, Perry Weso, Jonathan, S. Seller, Mrs. Harper, Emma Jean Hanson, Dr. Einstein, Howard Olson, Otticer Brophy, Jack Landstrom, Otticer Kline, Don Franke, Mr. Witherspoon, Dale Reuter, Otticer O'Hara, Walter Smith, Teddy, Reinhold Lind, Elaine, Marcia Olsen. 1 is Te' FIRST ROW: E. Hanson, G. Larson, M. Burress J Weborg SECOND ROW: Mr. Birmingham, B. Sawyer, D Reinhard R. Wills, A. Klenke, M. Olsen, THIRD ROW: W Smith D. Peterson, J. Duquaine, D, Franke, H. Olson. FOURTH ROW: S. Seiler, J. Wesa, D. Reuter, J. Landstrom, R. Lind .. ii' K. . ff'J'l,. 1 i. , f rf 5 if M agi.: .ir er 'Qi ,X ..5iq..,L-in if ' , ffm M-A ' it 13 J l fe . nfl tk .ff Mr. Borden ssiffgif M' A Exkiw Hr' 'ef , XX, iigtpsfifgs' R 3"f'1ff 352314 'egg f. .Q s gif? ii,Ly2'1'1 tweak. E 1 l ti X frtirv -. 3 my AM., 'f 'SLJQQZ9 f ... i.. QW. Yuen ifufifi' i iii if 15 i 5 . M, M ffl 3 i A ' if :5 3 3 5 .1 ri if 25 1 fi , gr- '1!. ,ff iii: ff. 1. t N, . . if 'fxffixf-f. I Q92 f "M 1 fl i"'W' f' ss -5 ,A I I.,- P my-f TJ ff' 2' O if 'pw At the beginning of the year, a new face was seen in the music depart- ment of Gibraltar High School. Mr. Borden, whom we have all become acquainted with, has been directing the musical activities of the school. He was born in Oalq Park, lllinois where he participated in the musical func- tions of the high school. ln 1953, Mr. Borden graduated from Northern Illinois State College, DeKalb, lllinois. To earn his way through college, he sang in a quartet which made concert tours through the Mid'West and Canada. Door County was next on the list of his travels and he tinds it interesting, scenic, and the climate invigorating. lt appeals to his hobby of outdoor activities. Under his capable leadership, the chorus, as well as the band, have been very active. First, a skating party was held for all the members of the band and chorus. A Christmas concert followed on December 15, 1955, under the flood lights and beautiful decorations that were planned by Mr. Borden. In the spring the band and choral groups took part in a music contest at Algoma. Our band played in Class B and the Chorus and Girls' Glee Club sang in Class A, The Class of 1956 will always carry with it many pleasant memories of our music accomplishments. MIXED rv 'Cx "wif, it ROW: Mr. Borden, W. Olson, L. Copislney, S. Graft, M. Jarman. SECOND ROW n, GUxQgY,1S,iSW3L1fOU, K. Sohns, B. Holand. THIRD ROW: J Olson J .sf ,gy ' W. m Cp anson5"S. Larsonft. Anderson, E. Boeck. FOURTH ROW D Haen ' ' ' J Schrptber, M. Gerdman, C. Turnquist, M. Duquaine, FlFTH ROW: M McOlash ,mMS'rlttttw,,Kpf'AnfielgQn,5'Gf"t3?H'el, C. Hoefert, G. Ohnesorge. 13 soul ft-l QUARTET: D. Olson, R. Anderson, H. Olson, "fl Y.- ' Jcrmen. HQRLIS T FIRST ROW. M. Goss, N. Kinsey, N. Hass, M. Honold, P. Olson, C. Mann, P. Volglwt SECOND ROW: S. Perry, J. Goss R. Boeck, M. Brien, D, Olson, M. Lent. THIRD ROW L. Mayl1ew,J. Ofsted, J. Ostran. K. Cnase, B. Johnson, R. Honold, R. Tanclc, G. Larson FOURTH ROVV: B. FICR, C. Peterson, J. Scnns, J. Jarman, J, Haen, D. Olson, H. Strege J. Gannett, J. Hass. FIFTH ROIN: M. Shine, S, Daubner, L. Olson, N. Daubner, F Flaescnel, R. Klaves, W. Smtth, J. Swenson, D. Peterson. I .,I we 4 " '55 k F, I ' I ' ' .. F ' 4-'-1' L 'U ': ' .ff f I r L - 1 A . ,S I X . is 1 ,i A i .E 1 F I "' I wx N ,, . I ' A , . s ,iff I 5' sg. ,imc To I L I I .. . 1 ' 3 GIRLS ENSEMBLE FIRST ROW: C. Turnquist R Arde son F Flaescne M Shane SECOND ROW. J. Fondret N Daubner N' Bm M Duquatne B. Jonnson. THIRD ROW J Ofsted B Ebbers M Olsen M wp- v E EIRST ROW: J. Webor , J. Koessl, K. Sohns. L. Maylnew, S. Graff. SECOND ROW: S. Llnd, A. Johnson Q M. Gerdrnan, D. Olson, J. Seller. THIRD ROVV: K. Rogers, D. Koessl, D. Erickson, S, Perry, K. Anderson J. Jenser. FOURTH ROW. M. Shine, M. Olsen. ALL CONFERENCE sf-.wo Q Q FlRST ROW: K. Rogers, S. Lind, J. Weborg, J. Koessl, 5 K. Sonns. SECOND ROW: L. Maynew. M. Jarman, M. Gerdrnan, D. Olson, M. Lent. Tl'llRD ROVV: J. Jensen, S. Perry. J. Gannett, D. Olson. N Daooner. BRASS ENSEMBLE FlRST ROVV: N. l-lass. N Gerdrnan. D. Olson, M. Lent. SECOND ROWE M Ja"'cn J Seller.J Gannett. D. Olson 'X XIX x ' 'T . , . MQW 'fm Q 9 , f L- W . .H r., Q W calm ,gg a x fy 'Y Q , Y " x 4 yn FN 'l ,Aw 1 Q X3 . 1' X f -1 x U v QXW' 5 M., un- A, figfwlht , f '.'ll!l,k , X E , Q R igag QIQENNN ,ii V' " Il' " f' ' " ff N- "' -'V' 1 A L v""' N A Xi Nx fi fgg, gk ?1,fy x 2 X Akai fe: .u ,-44M . E N wi i " ff E 7 3 ?.'f,'- , iv K 1 Z , , 1- R-K , A if P A I V! . I gfgwj ,WV A Q' -f', F Qfiig , ?Q na 5 my V, , ' ' . 5" fy g 'AFV HJ I ,. I ' V, M QV :gif P W em : ' 1 ' ,A ' wr 4' .V,V f "1f Q . if ,I .4-P' ' FIRST ROW: Mr. Fisher, R. Hilonder, D. Hoen, P. Seller, J. Londstrorn, L. Nelson. SECOND ROW: G, Von Vorous, R. Honold, W. Gouger, P. Voight, G, Stephen, G. Honold. Tl'llRD ROW: M. Lent, S. Arend, H Polster, J. Duquoine, .l, Smith, D. Franke. FOURTH ROW. L. Peil, D Peterson, D. Reuter, W. Smith, A Henquinet. F O F 9 9 I AMYRIC 'TQ is-re A' vga' I 1 Z'-'tx 0 oQP:f:f?Q 6 Q M C 'X U J Q70 N J 0 u 5 XJOJJ E. . Q - ""4p 731 S I. 'Faq' L0 F ' X "' 9 5: ' 1 f' 9 l fy , -L... 0, ' ff 4- . e OFFlCERS: Harvey Polster, Vice President, Stanley Arend, Sentinel, Guy Honold, President, Jock Lond- strorn, Reporter, Roland Honold, Treasurer, Jerry Duqumine, Secretory. fix 'x FIRST ROW: J. Hass, R. Grosse, D. Polster, J. Seiler, R. Tanck, W. Oldenberg. SECOND ROW: K. Johnson, I. Peil, W. Duquaine, G. Reinhard, D. Flaeschel, T, Simon, A. Greiner. THIRD ROW: W. Koepsel, L, Fandrei, R. Beno, E. Berns, W. Pence, C, Honold, FOURTH ROW: D. Henry, D. Logerquist, R. Steiglitz, D. Peil, R. Peterson, L. Tesnow. FFA CALENDAR September 27-Manawa State Plowing Contest October 24-Denmark Leadership Training School October 25-Initiation of "Greenhands" October 26-Raising "Greenhands" to Chapter Farmers November I6-Sturgeon Bay FFA meeting November 23-Brussels FFA meeting December I3-Sevastopol FFA meeting February -Algama District Speaking Contest April I3-Green Bay Chamber of Commerce Dinner April QI-22-Madison State Judging Contest Moy I5-Sturgeon Bay Tractor Driving Contest May 23-FFA Banquet June 2-4-Green Lake FFA Convention August 24-Milwaukee Outstanding Farmer Recognition BASKETBALL SCHEDULE December I3-At Sturgeon Bay January IO-At Brussels February 7-Brussels, here February I6-Sevastopal, here February 28-At Sevastopol March 6-Sturgeon Bay, here February -Tournament at Brussels SQXC A 'tl 'Y at J-all if FIRST ROW M HonoLd, S, Sunsrvorn, J. Koessl, J Jensen, K. Rogers, G, Lorson, M Jo'ns J, Goss, SEC- OND RCVV: B Fri: Hanson Ti-VRD ROWH R NrLson,L OJson, L D Anderson, J. Becker, J. SMS, A Jonnson, J, Franke, R Anderson, D Re nnord, E, B TUWRJ SoL'ns, M Kos-ssJ, D, Anderson, M Meridff, 'f Roncex FOURTH ROW: N. Doquorne, Y. Smith, M. Goss, J Becksfrorn, J. Reinnord B E' OJson, E. Boeck, , , . obers, O. Onresorge, P, LIBR RIANS FLRST ROLN: G Onnesorge, M, Honold, M Duouoine, J Jornwon, L. Copiskey. SECOND ROW: B. Beno, P Nekor, Mr Birmrngnorn, L, OJson,J Sonns. TP-HRD ROW: Y, S nn M rn , . Jorns S Swsrforn, E. Rorerson, S 'nga S Q? y A DukeeDon Franke, Duchess, Joanne Franke i w 3 X C HOM The homecoming dance was held on October 7 in the high school gym, and the music was furnished by'Sfan Stafford and his orchestra. Don Franke was chosen by his football Tearnrnafes To reign as Duke. He, in Turn, chose Joanne Franke to be Duchess. The aYTendants were as follows: Juniors, Karen Anderson and Roger Larson, Sophomores, Ardis Anderson and Dave Eckert, Freshmen, Joy Jarman and Jim Hass. Prize-winning Senior float. xl' JUNIOR VARSITY: Kay Chase, Sharon Daubner, Sally Larson. N ,. -W 'H-nq,,,,.Q Homecoming testfv.ties were begun wfth Bums' Day. Although many of the students looked very much like bums, Don Franke and Ardis Anderson were chosen King and Queen Bum. The parade held the next L clay was led hy the school band and included floats from all the classesg 7 also a car far the Duchess and her atterclants. The homecoming game was with Casco and even the rainy weather couldn't dampen the spirits of the students and spectators. The theme of the dance was Autumn Leaves and was well attended. Prize-winning Sophomore float I T- ' Homecoming Court 4 s s X-1 'Sun' 7'lll!'l s s T' 'wsu' is rits t M' f Q, Ai ff - rw L,,,,m . ef ,L SENIOR VARSITY: Mary Ann Jarman, Joan Orsted, Anita Johnson, Sandra Perry. Y ,4 , A J 'v f T ' 9 'T .lf jf '5 " 4 ,, ,.,. M-gg? - V, lim ' 'i ,, '54 1 a M in Q. f I six' ,1-f-rr' ,WL V, PECIAL SERVICES 5 OFFlCE SECRETARY Gloria Seoquust JANITOR Tom Weso BUS DRIVERS J Bell A Krause VN Solwns R Anderson G Nelson L Olson 44 ,f"".-K:-"' wr fi" wa., l00l't . , I 1' rf . 3,1 is SN W. ff' X J N - " g. .l xr' .. .-Ai, l A-L FIRST ROW: S. Arerid, J. Grasse, H. Polster, P. Voight, W. lNiIliams, D. Anderson, W, DeRemo, J. Hass. SECOND ROW. D. Eckert, B. Oldenburg, D. Franke, D. Peterson, N. Weborg, J. Smith, L. Tesnow, J. Lund- quist. THIRD ROW: Mr. Jargenson, J. Seller, J. Heise, VV, Sr"tl1, R. Hilander, J. Landstrom, R. Larson, M McOlash, Mr. Susdorf. New Holstein Mischicot Sevastopol Casco . . Luxemburg . Brussels . . SCORES 39 O I3 31 22 O Gibraltar Gibraltar Gibraltar Gibraltar, Gibraltar. . Gibraltar O .. 6 15 O . O . 32 Honorary Captain. Don Franke 16 FOOTB LL ,141 ' 5 jivii-l'g,i?,,:swxigiwxVia5. rv' vs . V 5 S i r x w n X 1 l These six seniors played maior roles in Gi- H K' braltar's third place finish. Left to right: Captain S Q elect Don Franke, Dan Peterson, Jack Lond- ? strom, Stan Arend, Walt Smith and John Smith. I The starting backfield loosens up with quarter- back John Smith handing the ball ol? to sopho- more Niles Weborg, Bob Hilander ileftl and Jack Landstrom, the team's leading ground gainer, round out the group. i 5 3 The regular line averaged l9O pounds per man From left to right: Walt Smith, Roger Larson, . 1 f Don Franke, Louis Tesnow, Dave Eckert, John E lundquist and Myron McOlash. . 1 I .. 2ilHi"i1?.'G1"'7lr"lt5iii' "iVi1i':' 'Fi' ti f .T + x q Qdjih 'C Qs I -. -.- 1 -:A z':'.,.1" 7 .. Y" 1-.L-z,vkE41',ff . .. 9. Lie.,NK,ra945!1,.t,.g0 'Aff , 'a x ' ir 3 1 ' E'f'Fll'.1 ' 1 x ' K A w' 5 1 I , 1' if 2- ,skit mx' R ft -48 il' 55 l iii .ti F ty , 1-' 2, , , FlRST ROW: R. Giasse, J. Hass, D Polster, R Ste: i F. Rctide, J. Bcrtsclriinger. SECOND ROW: Mr Susdort B, Wtlliams, B. Oldenburg, D, Jcbrisari, L S Tartck, .l Strege. Luxerrburg Casco Mishicot Sevastapal Brussels Luxemburg Casco Sevastopal Misliicot Brussels Casco Sevastopol Sevastopol Mishicat Casco Luxerribu rg Casco Misliicot Sevastopal Brussels Lu xernburg Casco Sevastopol Misliicot Brussels Casco Sevastopol Gibraltar Gibraltar Gibraltar Gibraltar Gibraltar Gibraltar Gibraltar Gibraltar Gibraltar Gibraltar Gibraltar Gibraltar TOURNAMENT SCORES Gibraltar Gibraltar Gibraltar Gibraltar Gibraltar Gibraltar Gibraltar Gibraltar Gibraltar Gibraltar Gibraltar Gibraltar Gibraltar Gibraltar Gibraltar HONORARY CAPTAIN Jock Londstrom BA KETBALL C. 'Z :jg 4.- :if Mx , XF VARSITY -H. FIRST ROW: D. Reufer, N, Weborg, T. Potzo, J. Lcmdsfrom, M. McOlosh, R. Larson. SECOND ROW: Mr. Jorgensen, S. Arend, J. Lundquisf, R. Hilonder, P. Anderson, J. Heise, H. Sfrege. 'ff gf? if A N.. F22' fl4 F! Q -PS1 M. in -'f wa Q., ii 1' Q 5 'Yf -.Z 13 v FIRST Ro 0.50 W: M n, D , M Nelson, D' Pegersofolqshl L Befkho 'Ffvnk ' P- A,.d'Pei'.1, Hone' hn, D. Ere' SECON erson' L O df R, 'Ckson D RQW ' 'son M Andefio I H' Sir :R ' r. nl e ' Jorgensen' N. Honoij' Wm-CVs PER? OtlMP-NCES XN e entered three Norge meets, the Oconto Yotts tnvttottonot, Cherry Xond 9-etoys, ond Secttonot Quohtytng Meet ot Bonduet. Compettng ogoknst tb strong ond e1.oer'tenced schoots, we totted to score much 'rn thts competktton. Gtbrottor' s best shovitng ot the yeor -nos tn o trkongutor meet thot ' sow Sturgeon Bo-1 score 5'1V1 poknts, t.u1-emtmrg SN, ond Gtbrottor L1 V1 . NN e scored SV-1 poknts tn o trkongutor virth Sturgeon Boy ond Two 'L Ylwers, Xost to X-U1s8t0b0TQ-th o duet meet, ond mode o good shovirng Rn onother trtongutor vitth Cosco ond Sturgeon Bowl. Severot 'tncivirduots devetoped ver1 vlett tn the hrst seosort. econ, The outstondrng pertormer was o sophomore, Myron NtcOXosh. He MfU,see'e,,c BAS won trrst ptoce 'tn the 830 Rn No meets, ptoced vleh tn ott ot the meets, C-o'xb,'c ls- Q 5 e E841 ond ptoced 6th out ot thtrtq runners Rn the secttonot meet. Sev ,fox O'-, N 5 1. I P55 Loren Yen vlos the west htgh 'hamper ond t4rXesNN eborg, Don Yronke. luxeoxfog ' - , N 5 ' - N 5 ' ' 3 Ul fs Lorr-1 Netson, ond Norb tnonotd were stondouts 'rn the vlerghts, AD'3r,i:'b4,rol-, j' - ,Zn I GH, rontfe threw the Jrscus NV1.teet 5 'tnches to set o schoot record ond gr 190,71 I T051 5 55 ' - 5 728 Gcfbrroffor borg reoched over N03 teet. Pegtfxielxo- , 5 rnqmx- I G fbroilfqr V, N e Serttor Decothton Ntedot tor oh-oround per- MQ ,Ono '- , Q 1, e"r G fbro 'Ur xx 5' 'J ophomows Chflnlllo lfohzh '- 4 'bro 00, N'-N 210 ' ro 'vo Urn 1 fro --5 -- ood hott mtter, were the - 'Ks C-, Um! 2 G15 r-, '-N, 9 .hh -,ss 17, Glb 'cha Rx 3 .N S5122 G rollqrr-is 4 lb ' , ' - . Gibrr0j'o 5 ' , 5 86 olforrh N ' - - Q x - 3 V 5 2 Y treshmon NN e Don Peterson vlon th tormonceq NtcOXosh topped the s Er'xc.V-son, Honotd. ond Bob knderson, o g nkors on the squoo. nw se 0 BASEBALL Fl DSSI, Rows c U he I 'Mo OI " W. . "nl N A son, K. Kr. Mnckekon - Weber rendlj lshko S , G- Lo 9, W sOn' R H' I-ondstrg ECOND RfSon, D ' 'I ml Q Susdorf. 'Under' T GE. Shine W: S A oss' D Pg R, Lar . eil' Mr ,L s,, is ' 23.5.9 yr Q Q Q55 . K., 4x ,,, i 'Qui A I -.. ,. -- 5 I 1 I 1 527' 3 :Y ' iles 7:g5,94' ri 55 L: ts,.:. i H ,, , f 1 s, 4 -i ' 5' V '24, A I of I , lx I-xxx f gn , ' A xH . " so .. is i V 1, i ' .." V. P- v -' Q, l I 5 J - I fx fl 9 it 1 k v he i I ' 'M '- '-' -- vvaa if 'AQ q,,f,, 3 I -fn. i 3? ' i 'S 1!2'6r'f . . . V '- . , .Q f , ., . - X fs 1 .15 ' ' qv- A ' ,,. jr" J -'Lf ' - 1 i. 'Leif 1' f xr, AS?" ., 5,1-:?f:": ,V 4, -'Q xt r I v 3, ,p,g::"'. 'i,s+,f'S A-:flip '21,-. ,J-I-' V '.- f' ,,., K . - .-, . 1 A ff.o'va.fN1.+...-2:-f if. " . . . 1. - A 9 - ' i '- if- -'f - ' -- s , ,. .Q ' A x sim, LA: ,s , 3 . , ' '. 9 . fi.-C . Jig," A ,A+ ' ' , f ' bs. 1' 'ai' 2-,iT 'N 12,3 ,- .4-vw .L " 'MT' T' 'li T95 -', 55-2? f assess-:M ..,,, ,, . . , 1' f- . . -9 -1" ir -U ' . . ' s K i 555: R.-s-fwgmq 'vi .' Tn, g. M, ml, ,jf K .PV A sofa ' f ,Bunn X32 - P DHI 527 MER R Y ' - '. ' V -' ' 1 N :N Minoru or . B R ,WY- 4 ' ' ' ,Il'l.XfKLESlH'DRENC . 4 K 5 Lf Jgk Q,-uma mwn.:Ar-i-'wxnvuxnnns ,, ,Ji ' , 'ff fi v- 1. nv lumix rarxxonsu AND LOYAL - ' K ,-L , f n if , , , t -1 fmus n -,nn Ann coo:-:nw I gg, Ar N :N fur. 'suns or oun r-muon 4 .grin f f s i i, if num urn Novnnsnnnnsss f ' , P A , , ii . ix . w X . "X" " Q - ' f N..-"1 if , -..q , , K . A ss A -' - S-'X ' - ,"-is ' ' ru- W3 ' f ' 2 On Armistice Day, November ll, 1955, the above plaque and a flag pole were dedicated lo Charles H. Drenberg, graduale of Gibrallar High School with lhe Class of l95O who was killed in action in Korea on December 6, l95O. The Billy Weiss Post 527 of the American Legion was in charge of the dedication ceremo- nies. Guest speaker was Judge Grover Slaplelon. N!!-.1 ff ll' 1944. i 'Wir -fa his K K 5 ii., of-T 55 . 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Sturgeon Bay Wls SCHMITZ GAZEBOS In the Woods On the Lake Baileys Harbor Wisconsin SCHMIDTMAN COMPANY "ummm M' MANUFACTURING STATIONERS AND wHol.EsAu.ERs OSWALD STENZEL Pamter and Decorator Esser Pamt Dea er Ephralm Wls Slllllllll SIIPPUES P o sox 147 Phone 4024 MANITQWQC WISCONSIN EVERGREEN GARDEN CENTER Door County Cooperative Petroleum products feed seed fertlllzers or Sturgeon Bay Forestvxlle Hlghways 42 57 Right Outside I' Slster Bay Maplewood Sturgeon Bay BARNARD CORPORATION REALTORS 312 Cherry Street Telephone Green Bay WIS Howard 6 Comphments EDGEWATER COTTAGES Flsh Creek WISCOHSIH G BALFOUR COMPANY Class Rmgs Mr Robert C Ramsll 184- Anne Street Clmtonvllle Wls Harold C Wilson Agency Insurance Real Estate Ephraim CHARLES TISHLER C0mP1'men'S of Carpenter Contractor Baileys Harbor Egg Harbor WIS Complx ments of DON S BAR Egg Harbor Wls Compliments of Compllments of .Ioe Beno NORTH BAY GRAVEL CASEY S 'NN Balleys Harbor Wls ESB Harbor Wlsconsm Lu Compliments of ertschmger 8- Sons J F B mber and Feed Egg Harbor WIS Compliments of COIIIPIIITKCIIIS of DR FEHL MILLER S CLOTHING HOUSE Sturgeon Bay WIS Sturgeon Bay Wls KNUDSON HOUSE Ephralm Wts Compllments of Compliments of HERRBOLD OFFICE SUPPLY EAGLE INN Sturgeon Bay Wts Ephralm Wls Compliments of WALTER ZACHOW Plumbm and Heating Fnsh reek Wxs 13 oy n , A . 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All your needs in Garden Supplies 1 1 . 1 Best Washes PETERSON BUILDERS INC Sturgeon Bay Wasconsan Complaments of EVANGELINE MILK CO Sturgeon Bay Was RAY S SUPER MARKET Hotel Resort Wholesale Food servace Sturgeon Bay Wasconsan Telephone 596 FRED TRAVEN Paanter Sagns Decorator Phone 52R3 Baaleys Harbor Complaments of A C TAP Baaleys Harbor Was Complaments of FRED E WARNER CO Sturgeon Bay Was Candaes Tobaccos Wholesale .lobbers JACK S TAVERN AND ICE CREAM PARLOR Baaleys Harbor Was ERNALD VISTE General Insurance Baaleys Harbor Was CITIES SIIVICI R F Moynahan Dastrabutor CITIES SERVICE PRODUCTS Sturgeon Bay an Saster Bay KANGAROO LAKE LODGE AND COTTAGES On the Lake Baaleys Harbor Was THE GULLS Modern Houskeepang Cottages Baalevs Harbor Was Chas Collans Prop Ph 1R13 KOSER SERVICE STATION Auto fender work Paantang our Specaalty Baaleys Harbor Was HOWARD E WILLIAMS Plumbang 81 Heatang Baaleys Harbor Wasconsan BAILEY S HARBOR FEED MILL Bob Schultz Prop Baaleys Harbor Wasconsan Complaments of Truckang Gravel Baaleys Harbor Was BAILEYS HARBOR LAUNDRY Bob Anderson Prop Baaleys Harbor Was Complaments of GORDON LODGE Baaley s Harbor Was Thank You HOUSE OF MR Baaleys Harbor Wasconsan Complaments of JOLIN S DRUG STORE Sturgeon Bay Was Complaments of Howard Mann s Fax It Shop Baalevs Harbor Best Washes to the Class of 1956 BEN C SCHRAML Red Owl Agency Store Baaleys Harbor Was OLSON S FOOD MKT The Best and the Most for Your Money aaleys Harbor Was Complaments of DAIRY FROSTO Sturgeon Bay Was 1-I , . . 9 , . 7 . . a , . . . 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