J E Murphy High School - Log Yearbook (Hurley, WI)
- Class of 1959
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To you, Miss Rubatt, wc dedicate the Log of l959 in appreciation and for all you
have done for our school. Your willingness to assume extra tasks has been helpful to
both faculty and students. Your conscientious service is reflected upon the fine records
our school has established. In deepest appreciation, we proudly dedicate this annual to
GOLDEN KEY AWARD
The Golden Key Award thas year was presented to a very dastinguashed catazen
Marion F Read a former Hurley attorney He was born on October 7 l89O at Hurley and
had been a resident of the community all h s life Mr Read was graduated from Hurley
Hagh School an 1909 and from the University of Machagan Low School an l9l2 He was one
of the youngest attorneys to pass the bar examination He started a law practice at Hurley
summer Mr Read was associated with has brother an the law farm of Read and Read
Mr Read was distract attorney of Iron County for two terms, and served for o number
of years on the grievance committee of the northern distract ofthe Wasconsan Bar assoct
ataon He also served as a member of the Hurley Joint School Dastract Board for many
ln has law practice he was an attorney for large corporations, such as the Montreal
Manang Co Odanah Iron Manang Co , and Soo Lane Railway
Although he was o busy practacang lawyer and businessman, he always found time to
aid has fellow man
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at the age of twenty-one and continued the practice until he became critically ill last
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ROW1 K. Suzik, S. Pcdergnono, C. McKellar,
M. Hcllcn, M. Luomc
ROW 2 Miss Bino, J. Frcnzoi, P. Bokkclo, J.
Wcigond, D. Mcntson
ROW 3 M. Ahoncn, S. Thomas
G. Vittono, V. Borco, A. Mattson, S.
Chiopusio, V. Kirby, J. Kurfc, G. Sco-
bury, B. Wyszynski
D. Morzcnti, M.J. Viffonc, M. Snorsl-ci,
D. Morrcllo, J. Wcigond, K. Rosgo, J.
Conclio, J. Frigo
Mr.. Bono Mr. Morrls
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Never o carc If nofhmg gc-rs done
What's ihc use of sfudynng when
there are so many other fhmgs to
A qusct lad with thoughts
A wmmng way attractuvo grace
ambafeon fnrtmg hor for any place
nsposnflon Al good a good
Her ways arc ways of plcasantncss
Grow old along with rncl The best
is yet to bc.
I'm iust cm innocent boy in o big,
Sho docs thc little things most of
us leave undone.
She is o raphsody of words.
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cm, Fool cm, Forget cm.
The thinkingcst thinker that cvcr
She'll try anything once and if she
lives long enough she '
Life was made for living
A busy girl without o doubt, bu
never too busy to help you out
MARY ANN CONHARTOSKI
cppy go lucky our on ree
there is nothing that bothers me
know her by her I lly cm
bright eyes and her curly hour
The elements are mixed in him
I can only feII it once, I promised
not to repeat it.
Why fake Infe so seruousIy" Youll
never get out of It allve
A rnvcl of thc rose ns she
The deed I lntend to do is great
but what It as I know not
Napoleon was smaII too, but that
didn't stop him!
CHARLES DE CARLO
He looks safe and sound-but so
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MARY ELLEN DE ROSSO
Every little girl hos u giggle all
EUGENE DE RUBEIS
l'm not 0 musician-l'm the Wl'1O
lwiglw sclwool bond.
She has the will and the wcy to
succeed in life.
Any mon who dances is crazy,
lt's better to be little ond shine
than big ond cost 0 shadow.
There orc o lot of cords in the
class, but only one loker.
If 0 voie would be token in the
Senior class, she'd bc voted the
most all around loss.
Life with me is o big yoke.
Every mon is 0 volume if you know
how fo read him.
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One girl ond only seven nights fo
see her in
The quict mon-he docsn't snore
JEAN ANN GERRY
Mon has o will, but woman has her
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My heart as like the moon Twcrc
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I dont mnnd work uf someone clsc
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X A.. X DAVID HOCKENBROCK
A quiet mon, but quite c mon..
Thinks weII, acts nobly, ond oc
Stull water runs deep
Life is c merry-go-round for mc.
Who said 'good timc'? I'm right
A giggIe today is worth two tomor
Extremely busy but quue obout
fund o w or mo e
S c looks lnkc on ongci ond ccfs
like one foo But you never can
fc what on ongcl mnght do
Wh: c you lnve why not enloy c
Cursed be he that moves my bones
doesnt Her If o boy as cz m n
mouse an the end some co
usually gets hum
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Woitl l might yet do something
Bc silent ond scfc-silence ncvcr
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The Tommy Dorsey of Hurley High
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Ho is like Q doctor - he keeps us
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A mon Con do no more tlwcn lwc can
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A little work, c little ploy. Who? o
mon hc'll be someday.
is blond, lively, little lass is a
credit to any class.
Judge him by quality, not quantity.
She gives her opinion only when
A leader of men-and women!
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When I feel like working,l lic down
and let the feeling go away.
ROSE MARIE MAXINOSKI
A lively soul who knew the inmost
art of how to win the spouse and
hold his heart.
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A one-man woman.
PATRICIA MILLER ,
I'm a senior-I gotta act dignified.
Checrfulness is as natural fo her'
as the sparkle in her eyes.
Argument adds spice to life.
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A full of mischief, wit and glee,
as any human form could bc.
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lt's not what you do that's wrong,
it's what you get caught at.
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Why worry? The more we study, the
more our ignorance we discover.
MARY JEAN PETERSON
Always friendly always ga she ll
make her mark an every way
Just o gurl wnth pleasant ways
Not only a good athlete but o me
l get up at the crack of dawn stuff
up the crack and go back to bed
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know where It as
lf eyes were made for seemg, then
Beauty I5 nts excuse for bcsng.
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On thc heights the air is rarest.
Shy and quiet? Oh no-quite a riotl
A head for business and an eye for
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A little nonsense now and then,
but still as wise as other men.
Her smile and friendship help
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Her eyes give her owoy..
Who ever said curly lwair was o
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A7 N PHYLLIS STREMSKI
Slwo snnles af many lust for lun,
but we all know Ylxcrc is only one.
RICHARD STEVER ' 'J ff' A
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and folly's all tl1ey'vc taught mc. 'V ' L'f'l"L Y
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Bcwarc of a man that docs not talk.
Dynamite comes in small packages.
"Tootsie" lf "'
Ah, why should life all labor bc?
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he has the brains we others missed
Ma, she's making eyes at mel
First to cheer you in success, The
Iost to leave you in distress..
Gentle of speech, bcncficienf of
Just being hoppy is o good thing.
An oII-around good girl.
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glr hater he hates to leave
PAST PRESENT AND FUTURE
As tumld freshmen we remember
How scared we were that furst September
Our heads were down our knees were shaksng
A new adventurous undertakung
As Sapnomores our tears were less
Our troubles more as you mnght guess
For as we grew a but more bold
Our teachers grew a but more old
Our gunlor year as we recall
Wlth partues and dances was quote a ball
Our future was not even thought about
So then next year we d have to scout
Our sennor year as almost gone
And soon we Il all be on our own
But as we look back to our freshman year
We wish that next September, we d all be back here'
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Dennas Ahola wall my empty notebooks to John R Buddle
John Ahonen, wall anythang l have or anythang l can do to anybody who thanks they need or want to
Marlene Ahon n wall my handbag to Geraldane Males and Pat Geshal may they fand somethang an t
James Alleva, wall my car to Bonnae Harma so she wall come to town to see me.
Joan Ave wall my abalaty to keep quaet an Mass Hambley s room to my cousan Janet
Paulane Bakkala wall my lab an the offace to Molly Traen
Patracaa Bennett, wall my abalaty to get A s an Ameracan Problems to Chrastane Gyga.
Kenneth Barca wall my abalaty to stay sober to Joe Walta who as always tharsty
Joseph Braghenta, wall my halfback posataon on the football team to Dave Martana
Doras Braskae wall my car keys to my saster Betty who wants them badly
Marlorae Brown wall the lattle yellow laght on my front porch to anyone who wants complete pravacy
Mark Bruneau wall my anythang to anyone who s unlucky enough to fand at.
Roxana Bruneau, wall my abalaty not to bum school and not to park to Patty Conhartoska
Joann Buddle wall my abalaty to make the school bus every mornang to my brother, John R
Frances Callagaro, wall my seat an the Sth peraod study hall to my saster Annabelle an hopes that sh
get along better wath Mr Mrdlenovach than I dad
Josephane Canalaa wall my abalaty to get
Mary Ann Conhartoska wall my abalaty to
Kenneth Consae, wall my dravcr s lacense
Patracaa Cook wall my broken typewrater
Darlene Cooper, wall my draver s license
Frank Cortachaato, wall my determanataon
James Cramer, wall my place on Barca s corner to Bobby Da Ronco
Danny Daoust,wall my abalaty to get along wath the teachers to my brother Joe
Charles DeCarlo, wall my physacs to Jam Comparan, may everythang come out all raght
Mary Ellen DeRosso wall my abalaty to play basketball to Charlotte Foryan
Eugene DeRubeas wall my center posataon on the football team to J Bucldle
Suzanne Eddy wall my abalaty to talk a Blue Streak to anyone who loves to talk
Karen Engel, wall my temper to my saster, Nancy, who doesnt want at
Rachard Ekmark, wall my seat an Physacs class to Rachard Frago
Malton Erackson wall my seat an Ameracan Problems to Clyde Sanders
our car to Mary Vattonc.
come to school on tame to my cousan Pat
to Art Prosek because I know he won t be able to get one
an typang class to Karen Lundgren
to Wally Bruneau so hc can use has car
to learn to dance to my brother Mackey
Jerome Frago wall my seat an Englash to my cousan Duck
Dennas Galka wall my laght complexaon to Denny Casanova so he can see
Kenneth Genasot wall my garl Delores to my brother Tommy because he as the only one l can trust
Eugene Gentale, wall my Physacs book to Make Wesolowska
Jean Ann Gerry, wall my blond haar and laght complexaon to Sharley Chaapusao
Marae Gabas, wall my sense of humor to my saster Franny an hopes she wall laugh at my lokes
Kathleen Hakala wall my heavy foot to my brother and l hope he can get to places on tame as l dad
to Clyde Sanders
along wath Mass Weaser ta my cousan Ron Saara
to Helen Bowers
play football to Paul Pasana an hopes he can catch passes
get along wath the garls to anyone who needs at
Sharon Holgers, w Il my musacal abalaty to my saster Susan, may she love at as much as l do
along wath the teachers to Robert Hornack
Earl Innas, wall my rade to school every day to Gary Eskala
Rochelle Jackson wall my abalaty to mass the bus on tame to my brother Terry
Patracaa Janov, wall my Seat an choar to Sharley Olala so she can learn to sang.
Conrad Johnson, wall my nackname Connae to anyone who wants at
Nack Johnson wall my abalaty to pack up garls to my cousan Jon
Nancy Kaffane wall my year round tan to anyone who wants at
Rosemarae Kasper, wall my knowledge of boys to my saster Margaret
Charles Keulen, wall my abalaty to get to school on tame to Ball Leppala
Jack Kopacz wall my Lincoln to my saster Gerry.
Douglas Krankkala wall my abalaty to sleep anytame, anywhere to anyone who a
Marae Kryzewska wall my seat an Mass Frace s Englash class to my brother Joe
Jacklyn Lawler, wall my car to Ronnae Buccannero so he can pay for the gas
Rachard Laahanen, wall my place onthe Drug Store corner to Dave Martana
Dean Lennon, wall my abalaty to get along wath Mass Frace ta Paul Pasana
better an the halls
Gerald Hedman w ll my Physics book
Theodore Heuer, wall my abalaty to get
Marlene Hellen wall my abalaty to sew
Robert Hendrackson wall my abalaty to
Davad Hockenbrock wall my abalaty to
Gerald Hornack, w ll my abalaty to get
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Paul Lescelaus wall my abalaty to take a scorf to John R Buddle
Arthur Leppa wall my old car motor to Danny Santana
Terry Lapske wall my uncomfortable seat an the assembly to anyone who can sleep anywhere
Peter Lombardo wall my slalom skas to Mr Patterson
Paulane Lupano wall my nace long walk to school to Sharley Sorvala may she enaoy at the next two cold
Nada Moenpaa wall my water skas to Elazabeth Kaara May she have as much fun wath them as l dad
James Maffesanta wall my abalaty to get along wath Mr Hoffman to Jam Ransanaca
Gordon Maka wall my abalaty to do nofhang o nobody
John Matach wall my 5 ft 8 an heaght to Tony Daran
James Mattea, wall my halfback posataon an football to Jam Comparan
Arlette Mattson, wall my shorthand book to Carolyn Holma may she get as many C
Carol Mattson wall my Sheen to Charles Trent who needs a good car badly
Florence Mattson wall 'ny lasp to anyone who lakes to use t
Dennas Matusewac wall my alley 5 at the Lcgaon to Ball Beres
Rose Marac Maxanoska, wall my last name to anyone who can guess my nataonalaty
Carol McKeller, wall my abalaty to keep my bag mouth shut to LaVerne Hamberg
George Males wall all my talent to anyone who has more success an fandang at than l d
Pat Maller, wall my small feet to my cousan Pat Geshel may they carry her through hagh school lake
they have Carraed me
Sharon Muhonen, wall my blonde haar and laght complexaon to my dark brother Gerald
Karen Murphy, wall my saxth peraod assembly seat to Tommy Peterson who l hope wall make better use of
at than l d d
Kathleen Nagro wall all my good tames an my four years of hagh school to my saster, Sharon
Donald Nelson wall my abalaty to get along wath Mass Frace ar second peraod study hall to Mackey Lehoccey
Maraorae Osborn wall my long blond haar to Jeanne Martanetta
Sharon Pedergnana wall my damples to any underclassmen who want to charm Mr Hoffman
Robert Pellow wall my abalaty to dance to Rachard Sereno who needs at badly
Mary Jean Peterson wall my flugelhorn to John Lantta-
Davad Pretta wall my demolataon abalaty to the south lust an case at rases agaan
Carl Prosek, wall my experaences an Madason to anyone who wall benefat by them
Sharon Ramme, wall my four years of hagh school to my cousan Margae, may she make good use of them
s out of as
Pat Reardon wall nothang to nobody
Kathleen Rosgca wall my abalaty to get the car every week end to Marlene Moncher, who wants at badly
Gerald Rowe, wall my abalaty to waat untal l get out of the car before l shoot a gun to Dave Honkanem
Clyde Saaler wall my abalaty to take up space to Butch Gulan
Bonnae Sands wall our super deluxe Chevrolet to my brother Tommy, may he treat at as kandly as l dad
Joseph Sekelsky wall my geometry average to my saster Kathleen an the hope that she wall amprove at
Susan Selves, wall my seraousness to Wallaam Shakespeare, an hope that he wall make some more comedaes
Suzanne Skovaera wall my tallness to Duane Morello who needs at badly
Mary Snorska wall my seats an Mass Frace s homeroom, Englash class and study hall to Judy Olson
Steve Sorvara, wall my l950 Chev car door to Dave Honkanen for target practace
Scrafano Stella wall my curly haar and eyelashes to my saster Cookae, who needs them badly
Rachard Stever, wall my three front teeth to my brother Ball C who needs them badly
Phyllas Stremska wall my Packard to Mass Bano
obert Sturkol wall my abalaty to shoot to Peter Leatza who needs at badly
Marcella Sullavan wall my abalaty to learn and my love for school to Margaret Conhartoska
Carl Swanson wall my long bus rade to school everyday to my saster Daane
Wallaam Thomas, wall my abalaty to get along wath Mass Frace to my brother Ted
Judath Tromba, wall my abalaty to fanash school to my saster Duane
Louas Valle wall my charm to Wally Kopacz who needs at badly
Varganaa Valle, wall my knowledge for cars and V 6 Chevae to all the mechanacs at the Pure Daary Store
Janet Voss, wall my abalaty to stay awake durang school to Mr Patterson.
Fern Walta wall my perfect attendance record to my brother Joe.
June Weagand, wall my abalaty to catch the school bus to Jean Kurta.
Pat Westlund, wall my abalaty to gave dravang lessons to Patty Bunaavac who needs them badly
Dorothy Zanella wall all my happy years an Hagh School to my cousan Jeanne Smath.
Ronald Zanella wall my nackname Johnson and Johnson whach I receaved an football, to my brother
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Miss Humbleyls Homeroom
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ROW 3: J. Yclnclu, J. Kl'yZC,VJSKI, l.. Kongcs, A. Darin, D. Morcllo, M. Zlonclwcr, R. Frugo.
Mr. Trckc's Homeroom
RUF! li B. Brisklc, P. Pclkolo, C. Zurzyclax, D. Vcxccc.
RON 2: M. Lconi, B. Constontum, A. Abrolwom, C. Bouton, G. prctti, S. Tlwornos, J. Lonttc
RON 3: J. Carlson, J. Kopocz, A. Loiwno, P. 3unlcvoc, FQ. Sclvcs, R. Sereno, K. Vick, C
RON 11: D. Martins, D. Nelson, J. Hokolo, T. Nolan, D. Mattson, M. Henning, N. Lundgrcn.
Mr. Patterson' s Homeroom
ROW l: N. Mcrconti, C. Clwiapusio, A. Abranarn, E. Kaari, H. Baxter, P. DiUlio, D. Maxinoski, N.
Engel, D., Cornctto.
ROW 2: D. Haywood, D. Hcrop
ROW 3: L. Bruncllo, J. Compo
kic, J. Syocldon, W. Sargent, J. Martvncttn, D.'Sfal1ovuc, D. Nicmn,
run, P. Pisani, J. Tarro, J. Kompsic, W. Johnson, P. Conncrs, M.
Mr. Ricelli's Homeroom
ROW l: 3. Dahl, P. Young, A.Moxinask1, G. Milos, C. Cumarastn, M. Ralala.
ROW' 2: D. Santinu, P. Gcslwcl, A. Abraham, M. Trier, K. Studdc-n.
ROW 3: D. Haaswirth, V. Zandi, W. Pcllcola, B. Gianunzio, R. Vandcrschagcn, E. Gulan, G. 3
ROW11: R. Buccancro, F. Mandolin, J. Raffini, P. Pinzuti, J. Cattclino, R. Harrna, Y. Koski
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Sfanczak W Bruneau R Brunella R KUUSISfO C Thom G Skovucra
Scandm A Gulan P Gnovanom R Saarn T Baron G Gurske
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Mr. Sybeldon's Homeroom
RO.'V1:5. Roalctti, K. Framcus,
ROW 2: F. Lcrza, H. Schwartz, J
ROW 3: J. Carnatic, D. Haampaa
Cortnchnafo, J. Hagstrom.
M. Mandclm, M. Grandclis, F. Gibas, B. Wicklund, C. Moscllc
nsamci, D. Aho, M. Saba-C, D. Trombi, D. KosRcll,M. Bruncau
DCMQIO, D. Poynter, E. Schiavo, P. Lcutza, D. Honkancn, M
ROW 1: K. Sckolsky, J. Baldawin, R. Fochino!li, S. Hckala, P. Murphy, K. Urli, M. Vntfonc, L.
ROW 2: D. Nciflcblad, D. Dictcl, J. Kcsslcr, S. Syrns, G. Lindberg, S. Sorvaia, A. Prothin, W.
ROW 3: A. Prosck, R. Hornick, J. Pudas, F. Kellerman, R. Chnapusuo, K. Lundgrcn, P. Rowe, T.
Olshcski, R. Rowe.
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Mr. 0rsoni's Homeroom
FQOW1: M. Uhtokori, J. Ccxcy, T. Gulcn, J. Lombardo, J. Korpi, M. En'--vzu.
ROW1: R. Vcrnctti, J. Stevens, A. Socri, S. Holgcrs, D. Rintomckr, R. Eddy.
ROW 22 J. Kurto, V. Kirby, R. Kryzowski, D. Nygcrd, A. Zcmcllo, T. Boron.
ROW 3: K. Ehnboni, D. Popko, C. Briskic, D. Dictcl, D. Max, T. Sands.
ROW 4: E. Gygi, D. O'Lccry, D. Hclin, W. Kopocz, W. Bcrcs, W. Kompsic, J. Lurwdgrcn.
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ROW lz J. Bruun, M. Koivisto, D. Pekola, M. DeFerro, J. Trombi, G. Nygard F vlhee er.
ROW 2: R. DoRonco, R. Peterson, V. Borcc, D. LG Clow, J. Herlevi, K. osse , . Saori, .
ROW 3: D. Buddle, T. Peterson, D. Sepcnslci, R. Kuula, D. Snarsl-ci, P. Hanson W Briskie 8 De
ROW 4: D. Enrietto, C. Pelkolo, R. Toivonen, M. Sybeldon, D. Julien, W. CO i-garo Zan I
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OUR SENIOR YEAR
Always remember, classmates deor,
What happened in our senior year.
The closs play was first to come around,
Our actinr abilities were soon to be found'
The-sc talents were then corefully nourished,
To present "A Man Called Peter" with flourish.
Then came the long hard grind -
To get our year-boolc storted and in on time,
Committees were chosen ond then the cover,
We soon had the rob of getting details touetherg
This was accomplished in :J great hurry,
And finishing touches were put on in a flurry.
With this finished we soon aiscovered,
That tern papers left alot of 5round to be covered
Ne managed to finish these, Haw? I wonder'
Without getting eorrpletely snowed under.
The Senior Banquet topped oft the year,
With lust the right amount of laughter :ind cheer.
Groduotion carve, for which X'-any were sorry,
v'v'hat's in the future caused fi-any a worry,
Alter the exercises, all were free -
To begin o branc new lile's spree.
But Weill never forget the trienos -'-' C' " ode -
ln thot long trecn up fron the iroies.
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Forensic students, under the
able direction of 'Aiss Helen Weiser,
have won much tonne for them-
selves and their school through
their exceptieral work in speech
ROW l: K. Francis, R. Tochinelli,
DiUIio, D. Briskic, P. Reardon, J. Mor-
tinetti, G. lindberg, V. Valle, P. Ge-
shel, D. Maxinoski.
ROW 2: P. Stremslci, K. Nagro, P. Steinmetz, B. Tarno, J. Brighenti, J. Kompsie, R. Rowe, J. Mattei,C.
Decarlo, J. Carlson, H. Weiser.
P i National.
One of the highest goals that
can be achieved by a high school
student is the National Honor So-
ciety. Here are the top fifteen per-
cent of our class. We know that
these students will succeed in
everything they do in the future.
ROW lr S. Holgers, K. Nagro, J. Ave
M. Brown, D. Briskie, P. Stremski, V
Valle, M. Gibas, K. Engel.
ROW 2: J. Sekelsky, C. Johnson, M. Dc-Rosso, J. Gerry, P. Cook, N. Pranzoi, F. Calligaro, J. Mattei, C
At the meetings of this club,
the members study the customs of
Rome. Their annual Latin Banquet
is a colorful event at which the
participants relive a Roman fes-
ROW l: V. Kirby, G. Seabury, F. Gibos, V. Borca, P. Pelkola, J. Dahl, J.
Stevens, S. Holgers.
POW 2: Miss
Hambley, A. Prothin, D. Saari, S. Oiala, P. Geshel, P. Lupino, E.
Kaari, K. Barca, K. Ehnboiii,
ROV: 3: J. Carlson, C. Chiapusio, C. Sriskie, D. Laflaw, M. E. Johnson, M.A.
Corimporin, D. Hlaxinoski, J. Herlevi.
ROW 4: D. Aho, B. Tarro, J. Rollins, D. Poynter, '.'i. "'esolowsl4i, P. Zturney, E.
ROW 'lz M. Louma, D. Gustafson, H. Baxter, Miss Harvbley.
ROW 2: N. Engel, K. Sckclsky, T. Schlais, A. Calligaro.
ROW 3: S. Gertz, G. Miles, K. Valsuano, K. Urli.
ROW 41: S. Halaka, D. Koskcll, J. Mar
The pep club consists of Junior
and Senior girls. lts purpose is to
promote good sportsmanship at
home and away. The pep club
traveled to Ashland this year for
the Hurley-Ashland basketball
tinetti, B. Tarro, P. DiUlio.
Thcsc French students, under
the capable airection of Miss Mary
celebrities. They take part in an
cy, study well-known French
ROW l: K. Engel
ROW 2: K. Nagro, N. Pranzoi, S. Eddy, P. Stremski, J. Voss, J. Lawler, S.
gc-rs, C. Mattson, J. Buddlc, A. Mattson.
ROW 3: Mrs. Mazner, V. Valle, R. Maxinoslci, J. Gerry, M. J. Peterson, D. an
ella, M. Osborne, S. Ramme, M. Hellcn, N. Maenpaa.
ROW 4: K.. Hakala, S. Solves, D. Briskie, D. Cooper, J. Ave, M. Brown, M
DeRosso, M. Gibas, P. Cook, R. Bruneau, N. Kaffine.
ROW 5: P. Reardon, B. Sands, J. Canalia, K. Rosga, J. Weigond, P. Miller J
Trombi, P. Westlund, M. Conhartoski, R. Kasper, M. Sullivan.
R. Bcres, P. DiUlio, D. Gus-
tafson, N. Engel.
S. Oiala, P. Pelkola, 5. Thomas,
M. Trier, L. Giackino, J. Staud-
inger, B. Dahl, C. Poryan, P.
Young, G. Pretti, M. Lconi, C.
E. Briskic, D. Ncimi, J. Hen-
drickson, A. Maxinoski, L
Bruncau, J. Carlson, C. Chia-
pusio, M. Raiala, C. Cimarosti
G. Miles, C. Zarzyclci, N. Mer:
conti, D. Stella.
M. Conhartoski, E. Kaari, B
Constantini, K. Studden, M
Louma, P. Geshel, H. Baxter
D. Maxinoski, C. Rintamaki, E
Gulan, D. Stahovic, M. E. Meade
B. Saari, P. Thomas, P. Murney
D. Morello, C. Gygi, J. Raffini
Y. Koski, J. Martinetti, J. Ko
pacz, J. Yelich, J. Olson, C
Johnson, J. Erspamer.
ROW l: Mr. Buccanero, S. Oiala, M. Leoni, C. Chiapusio, J. Ave, D. Briskie, P. Reardon, M. Endrizzi.
ROW 2: W. Beres, M. DeR0550,S. Wyszynski, D. L.aClaw, A. Prothin, S. Holgers, C. DeCarlo, J. Mattei.
ROW 3: W. Kopacz, J. Pasqualucci, P. Steinmetz, J. Scandin, R. Rowe, G. Muhonen, J. Scandin, D. GUS
tofson, R. Harma.
The Student Council is the only form of student government in our high school. its aims are ta improve
conditions within our school.
The Student Council for i959 was headed by Doris Briskic, President, Pat Reardon, Vice-Presidentg
and Joan Ave, Secretary-Treasurer.
This organization supported such movements as the Marine Band Concert, Teens for Polio and Brother-
hood Week with posters and other means of publication.
Many campaigns and protects were launched by this active group. One of the most prominent was
"Twirp Season," a whole week ofthe boys and girls exchanging responsibilities. It was cliniaxed by the
"Twirp Dance" where the queen, Janet Hendrickson and her king, Jack Kopacz, were crowned. Punish.
ments for violation of the Twirp rules were handed out at the dance. Jim Mattei, senior class president,
presided over the crowning and served as 'prosecutor' for the punishment.
Another important protect was the selection of the Citizen of the Month. Each month, an outstanding
student was awarded this honor. At the end of the year, an outstanding senior will receive the Citizen of
the Year award.
Some Student Council protects included: Good Sportsmanship Week, Better Dress for H.H.S,, Good
Citizenship Week, and a scholarship of SlOO ta a deserving senior.
The Student Council for 1959 was a very active organization and we wish to congratulate them on their
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HIN it FIURLEE' QLHSS
Our homecoming was a great success this year, with the whole student body working hand in hand to
make our celeeration a memorable event. Joseph Brighcnti, our homecoming king, chose Virginia Valle the
reigning queen. Each class as well as the Pep Club, the Choir, the Band, and other school clubs entered
floats in the parade. After the parade there was a dance in the gymnasium. Although our homecoming game
didn't end in victory for us, we all had a most enloyable time.
Most at us can look back to that day tour years ago when as freshmen we
entered Hurley Hugh School with a teelung of dread The furst week was one of
aduustments, and tor the boys one of unutuatuon Soon afterward, class elections
were held un which Jim Matteu was elected president Clyde Sailor vuce presu
dent and Frank Cortuchuato secretary treasurer At our freshman party we were
further introduced to our classmates and everyone enuoyed themselves very much
That year passed quite rapidly and soon our sophomore year was upon us
Our class ottucers were Doris Bruskue president Ron Zanella vuce president
and Sonny Stella secretary treasurer Biology proved to be the most unterestung
subuect and the field trips were antucupated by all Hard work un band chour
sports and forensics caused our sophomore year to virtually fly by
Junior year means P om Time and we looked forward to ours with keen
expectation class elections resulted un choosing Richard Stever as president
as secretary treasurer After much planning and hard work Blue Hawauu was
selected as our theme It was carrued out un beautiful udeas and colors making
ut one ot the prettiest proms ever Duck chose Vurgunua Valle as his queen and
at the prom, everyone had a thoroughly enuoyable time Near the end ot the year
we received our class rungs a reminder of our approaching final year
As senuors we elected Jum Matteu president Joe Brughentu vuce president and
Mary Ellen DeRosso secretary treasurer Our first actuvuty was Homecoming Our
method of puckung our kung was modeled on the udea of a small election Each
senuor homeroom picked a candidate and for one week, serious campaigns were
conducted A vote of the enture student body selected Joe Brughentu as kung and
he chose Vurgunua Valle as his queen Next came the senuor class play entitled
"A Man Called Peter After weeks of hard work ut was presented, and turned
out to be a huge success Finally, our pucnuc, banquet and commencement exer
cuses came upon us drawing our hugh school years to a close Tne events of the
past four years wull provide many cherished memorues for all of us
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Qur iunxor prom theme "Blue Hawaii' created an illusion of delightful fantasy through the
calorful lighting and beautiful scenery.
A Hawaiian atmosphere was created by palni trees scattered about tbe gym and hula dancers
gracing the railings. Behind a picturesque little islana, the mural depicted a young couple in a
canoe silhouetted against the full moon and glimmering water. The orchestra was inclosed by a
typical Hawaiian hut and our king, Qichard Stover, and his queen, Virginia Valle, reigned from a
shell-lixc throne enhanced with white satin and filmy blue tarlatan.
The grand march was led by the King and Queen, followed by the court, consisting ot J. Ave,
J. Brighenti, B. Sands, and R. Zanclla. We can truly say that this was a night which we will
always remember with pleasure.
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ON FLOOR: F. Wheeler, N. Maenpaa, S. Eddy.
SEATED: D. Hockinbrock, D. Pretti, D. Briskie, V. Valle, P. Reardon, J. Lawler, K. Engel.
STANDING: M. Alwonen, C. DeCarlo, M. DeRosso, K. Nagro, M. Gibas, M. Peterson, J. Mattei, M. Brown,
G. Maki, P. Stremslci, G. Rowe, P. Lupino, J. Gerry.
SENIOR CLASS PLAY
Under the direction of Miss Helen Weiser, the Hurley High School seniors presented
"A Man Called Peter", atl1ree act play by Jol1nMcGreevey.
The production portrayed the true life and activities of Dr. Peter Marshall, tlwe min-
ister of thc President's Church in Washington, D. C.
By using two casts of girls in alternating performances, the play was successfully
presented on November 6 and 7.
All twenty-tl'iree cast members worked hard to rnalce the play a success, and we will
never forget "A Man Called Petcrn.
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This tall our hugh school was the scene ot one ot the most spectacular band
concerts ever presented an our community the President s own United States
Our musnc department went all out IH promoting thus gala event and It proved
ln their matunee performance our gymnaslum was tnlled to capacnty wnth a
most apprecuatlve audrence
Their performance that nught was equally engoyed by another capacity Crowd
We hope that the students nnthe future wall succeed nn gettung tune organlzatuons
such as the United States Marnne Band to come tothe J E llurphy Hugh School
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worthwhile, for we feel that this Band is the most colorful we have ever seen
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ROW 'I: K. Murphy, E. Koori, R. M. Moxinoski, P. Pol
ROW 2: G. Secbury, M. Rommc, K. Hokolc, Y. Koski, M.E
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kolo, J. Carlson, J. Frigo.
Johnson, N. Mocnpoo, A. Monson.
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noli, G. Snarski, A. Prothin, K. Sekclsky.
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ROW 1: 5. Holgcrs, C. Zorzycki
ROW 2: F. Gibos, J. Stevens
ROW 3: S. Holgcrs, D. Soori
. Kompsio, G. Pelkolo, K. Consic, J. Tcrro
Pierpont, R. Loihincn
Muhonen, P. P. Cortichioto
Hormo, E. DeRube6s
Hewitt, P. Pinzuti
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ROW ln L. Bruncllo, I.. Hornberg, K. Engel, R. Morcllo
ROW 2: D. Houswirth, F. Kellerman, P. Stremski,
Engel, M. Peterson.
ROW 3: R. Rowe, J. Dahl, A. Cclligoro, W. Kompsic.
ROW l: J. Zorzycki, B. Briskie, V. Valle.
ROW 2: A. Prosek, P. Reardon, M. Gibcus, G. Nelson.
ROW 'I P Reardon E Karrl, P Strcmslu M E Johnson
ROW 2 S Holgers K Barca, H Baxter G Pelkola G Muhonen
Thns year the band councll has tried to
ralse money for scholarships to the Um 7
versuty of Wnsconsm Musuc Clumc KD
The officers elected this year arc
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ROW l: K. Murphy, C. Brislcie, D. Saari, C. Zarzycki, F. Gibas, S. Holgers.
aari, R. Maxinoski, P. Pelkola, J. Carlson, J. Prigo, J. Zarzycki, E. Briskie, V. Valle, M.
Brown, S. Holgers, J. Stevens.
ROW 3: M. E. Johnson, N. Maenpaa, P. Murphy, J. Lawler, F. Kellerman, W. Kompsie, J. Dahl, P. Strem-
ski, N. Engel, M. J. Peterson, K. Engel, R. Morello, L. Hamburg, L. Brunello, P. Murney, J. Raf-
fini, M. E. DeRosso, A. Prosek, M. Gibas.
ROW 4: Y. Koski, M. Ramme, W. Soetibier, A. Calligaro, J. Lantta, R. Rowe, D. Hauswirth, P. Cortichiato,
P. Pinzuti, G. Pierpont, G. Muhonen, R. Hewitt, D. Harma, R. Laihinen, E. DeRubeis, J. Hakala,
K. Borca, K. Valsuano, R. Paiula, H. Baxter, G. Nelson, P. Reardon.
ROW 5: K. Hakala, G. Seabury, A. Mattson, K. Sekelsky, A. Prothin, R. Bertignoli, G. Snarski, J. Kompsie,
G. Pelkolo, K. Consie, J. Tarro, Mr. Faville, D. Poynter, S. Wyszynski, J. Pudas, R. Chiapusio,
D. Lcinon, V. Barca, D. Aho, M. Penna, F. Mattson.
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Through Mr Favnlle s capable guidance the band thus year has
entered Into a dlstmgulshed posntlon For many years they have been
playing Class B competition at the Dlstrlct Muslc Festival but this
year they have confudently entered unto Class A competltnon Without
Mr Favnlle s unfaulung fauth In the band thus would not have been pos
Whenever there I5 an actlvlty at the school you wull fund either the
band or a representatlvc entertalmng everyone wrth nts fnne musical
lectlons If you attend o football or basketball game you wall always
fund the band lnspnrmg the school splrut with thenr fune muslc
We must gave crednt where credit IS due and commend Mr Favulle
and the band for theur wonderful school splrnt and muslcal performances
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Sands W Baxter W Beres D OLeary, G Reed, W Kopacz T Lauren J Kessler P Cook S
Thomas, B Brrskne
ROW2 K Nagro S Eddy S Holgers P Pelkola V Rernerro S Rokola K Borca C Chrapusro,
Crmarostr, D MGXIHOSRI T Thomas W Kompsle, W Lundgren J Scandln P Lombardo R Pa
lula R Prsanr C Prosek, G Nolan D Aho B Peterson V Barca J Carlson M DQRQSSQ M
Brown F Glbas M Glbas, P DlUlro N Engel Mrs Dahl
ROW3 J Gerry, E Kaarr M Luoma J Kopacz C Brrskre J Arducant K Thomas D Nc-ttleblad G
Lundberg M Wesolowskr J Hakala D Galka G Pierpont B Soetebrer, R Rowe J Sybeldon
B Sargent, P Lescellus, M- Penna J Lundgren H Baxter K Srudden D Soon, J Smrth K
Engel R Eddy J Lundgren N Franzor D Zanella M Endrlzzr
ROW4 orvala J Catteluno J Mll r I er San s Canara D Brrskre V Valle P e
don P Rowe D Poynter J Kompsle J Cattellno L Brunello D Helm A Leppr, G Mak. T
N0l0r1 V COFISIQ C Zell D Hockenbrock J Raffrm P Janov, J Martmettl S Burns F Mar
tson R Maxrnoskr
As usual under the func drrectron of Mrs Dahl the chorr has become one ofthe best
They are always ready wrth a song for the varrous occasrons that arrrve durrng the
school year, such as Chrrstmas and Sprung Festrvals and the many concerts whrch are
given rn the course of the year
There are many In the chorr who deserve nndlvrdual prarse for their solos and ensem
bles at Ashland and at Madrson
Every year Hurley rs represented by members ofthe chorr at the State Musrc Festrval
And knowrng hard worlcrng determmcd, Mrs Dahl, this year wull not be an exception
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ROW l: J. Sccmdin, G. Maki, K. Consic, P. Lom-
ROW 2: T. Nolan, D. Poynter, J. Kompsic, J.
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ROW2 J Scandln R Rowe R Morello A Prosek J Scandln R Harnnck E DeRubels G Pierpont T
Olsheskl F Casanova W Beres, D Marten: Mr Mrdlenovlch
ROW3 W Sargent Mr Zell D OLeary R Pagula R Pusanu G Nolan C Zell G Muhonen,D Jullen
M. Sargent W Kopaz R Zanella Mr Guanunzlo
This year our football team took our school and the rest of the schools by surprise
havlng been labeled one of the most light and inexperienced teams on the range The
boys on the team came through with flymg colors making every game as rough as they
could for their opponents Thesr spurlt and aggresslveness took them through the season
better than had been expected We would luke to wlsh Mr Zell and the rest ofthe coach
mg staff the best of luck for the coming seasons
Hurley Park Falls Hurley Wakefield
Hurley Ironwood Hurley Bessemer
Hurley Rhlnelander 27 Hurley Tomahawk
Hurley Ashland Hurley Superlor East 7
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Swanson, J. Mattei, F. Cortichiato, G. Maki, P. Pisani, A. Darin, R. Hendrickson, D. Pretti, R.
Stever, J. Brighenti, R. Zanella, Coach W. Zell.
- TEAM BASKETBALL
' The Hurley Midget basketball team of this year had a fair season, ending it with'lO Wins and 8
losses. Although the Midgets were handicapped by a lack of experience, they fought hard and were
able to surprise everyone by securing a tie inthe Michigan-Wisconsin Conference Title.
The Hurley team this year was dominated by seniors. They were: Jim Mattei, Joe Brighenti, Carl
Swanson, Frank Cortichiato, Ron Zanella, Gordon Maki, Bob Hendrickson and Dave Pretti.
Next year the Hurley team will probably be built around the only juniors on this years team, Paul
Pisani and Tony Darin. These two boys have proved themselves with their good shooting and capable
Hurley St. Ambrose Hurley Ashland
Hurley Ashland Hurley Superior East
Hurley Park Falls Hurley Wakefield
Hurley Phillips Hurley Rhinelander
Hurley Wakefield Hurley Bessemer
Hurle Bessemer Hurley lronwood
Hurley Washburn Hurley Mellen
Hurley lronwood Hurley Superior Central
Hurley Superior Cath. Hurley Medford
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again this year com-
piled a fine record.
Coach Gianunzio did
a good iob in building
thc physical abilities
of his Jr. Cagcrs, who
probably will form the
corc of next year's
Mr. Gianunzio, G. Bowers, M. Cortichiato, G. Pierpont, J. Comparin, R. Buccanero, G. Maki, D. O'l.eary,
T. Sands, W. Kopacz, T. Yelich, G. Nolan, T. Thomas, D. Julien, R. Pisani, C. Zell, B. Peterson, M.
Sybeldon, W. Beres, Mr. Mrdienovich.
The freshman team,
under the coaching of
had an exceptionally
This team is the
least known, but it
gives the players
which they can use in
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" " " " TERM CHEERLEADERS
ROW G Pre G Ml es
RO I 2 R Beres J Kopacz P Murncy P DnUI o
ROW3 D Gustafson K Engel N Engel
G Prettl G Mules J Kopacz P Murney
Our cheerleaders work hard throughout the year promotmg good schoo splrlt and
sportsmanshnp through pep sessnons parades and school protects These vvgorous sup
porters of the orange and black travel to all the games doang their best to ch er our team
on to vnctary As the captain ofthe squad Karen Engel will be graduatlng Deanna Gus
tafson Rose Ann Beres Paulette DlUllo and Nancy Engel will be left to go on wlth the
tune 'ob for which we commend them
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ago. They have proved themselves
very successful, and we hope they
will continue on doing their best in
the future. Thanks bays for your
thrills and spills, and keep up the
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Pellow, D. Pretti, P. Lombardo
Pierpont, R. Pisani.
This team that is still young, has
proved very successful. The girls
are the top shooters in the gym
M. Laguna, P. Miller, S. Burns, M. A. Comparin, R. A. Beres, D. Gus-
tafson, V. Reinerio, P. Pelkola.
This volley ball team has been the
best throughout the year. They
worked hard, with the help of Mrs.
Mazner, and won the tournaments.
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