Luther North High School - Log Yearbook (Chicago, IL)
- Class of 1958
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TABLE OF CONTENTS
This is4Lu'ther North, 1957 - 58. A p'recibus'heritage
is ours as members of this High School, and it is only
fitting, therefore, that we pause momentarily, offering
thanks to our Lord. Of the many blessings our school
provides, that which stands foremost in our minds is
a CHRIST-CENTERED EDUCATION. Throughout the year
this education reveals to us a deeper knowledge of
"And we know that all things work together for
good to them that love God." This truth Luther North
seeks to impress deeply upon the hearts and minds of
all who enter her halls.
Now, let us see how we have spent this past year
TOGETHER WITH GOD . . .
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As Cl student body we come together to worship our
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THE LUTHER N
We, the students of Luther High North, realize that our
school is founded upon Christ and His word. lt is our love
for Christ which motivates us to do that which is pleasing to
Him. ln order to serve Him better, it becomes necessary to
express our principles of Christian behavior in a manner that
will bring them more clearly into focus for each individual.
We, at Luther North, propose, then, to do this, by means
of this statement of our personal goal.
l. l will act in such a manner that my conduct shall re-
flect my faith in my Savior and bring credit to my school.
2. At this school, l will comply with all regulations as
set forth by the administration for the good of all.
3. ln addition, l will use my good iudgment and sense
in areas not covered by specific rules or regulations.
4. l will treat the property of others, as well as the
physical plant and equipment of my school, with due care
5. l will uphold the standards of sportsmanship and
fair play at athletic events and the like.
6. l will love and honor my God-given parents and
7. ln all things, l will endeavor to serve my God, my
country, and my fellowman.
This code has been in effect since March, l957. lt is
e fashion our lives so that we may
the pattern by which w
Gerhard P. Schroth
We, the class of 1958, are proud to dedicate our
Log to MR. GERHARD P. SCHROTH . . .
. . . because as a teacher, counselor, friend, you
have inspired, guided, and understood us. You have
earned the lasting respect of your students mainly be-
cause of your love for your Savior.
Your original ideas have made your courses a
unique educational experience. We will always re-
member "the prayer before a concert", "history charts",
"Dr, Christiansen", "your stories both humorous and
serious", and last, but most important, the way you
have introduced music into our lives. Through your per-
sonal guidance we have come to appreciate music as
a beautiful way to praise our Lord.
Thus, Luther North will always mean more to us,
the class of 1958, for your having been identified with
it. We now inscribe your name in our yearbook as a
lasting mark of our deep respect and affection for you.
Did l ever tell you .
Louis A. Menking, Principal
MY DEAR GRADUATES OF 1958:
Through Holy Baptism you became a child of God. Reared in a
Christian family and associated with membership in a Christian church,
you remained close to Him who became your partner in life.
Eventually you were enrolled as a student in this Christian High
School. Through daily devotions, through formal instruction in the
Divine Word, and through intimate association with teachers and stu-
dents whose standards of life were guided by the Holy Scriptures, you
were brought into closer communion with your Savior.
As you leave this secondary level of your formal education either
to enter college or to seek employment, it is the prayer of those who have
been privileged to serve you that you will continue to walk with God,
strengthen your partnership with Him, and together with God face all
of the problems of life until He calls you to Himself. Confidently you
may therefore face the future, assured of His loving care, as together
with Him you walk the pathways of life.
Louis A. Menking
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To our faculty may we say, God bless you cmd
your work always. We say this mainly because through
our daily conduct with such Christian men and women
we are better prepared to face life.
As students here at Luther North, we have been
instructed in any number of educational subiects. But
more important to us has been our religious training.
By their love of God, these, our teachers, have helped
us to realize that we have the greatest gift of all. May
they also walk TOGETHER WITH GOD.
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Martin C. Duensing, Assistant Principal
The problem seems to be . .
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Robert F. Berning
Advanced Drawing, Mechanical Drawing, Algebra, Gen-
eral Mathematics, Assistant Frosh-Soph Football Coach,
Freshman Class Sponsor
Bookkeeping, Business Training, World History, Audio-
Visual Aids, Camera Club Sponsor
German, Sophomore Advisor, Chairman of Foreign
Arthur E. Blecke
Physical Education, World History, FroshASoph Football
and Basketball Coach, Assistant Baseball Coach, School
Insurance, Senior Class Sponsor
Physical Education, English, Cheerleading Coach, Pep
Club Sponsor, Junior Class Sponsor
English, Art, Art Club Sponsor
Religion, World History, American History
Physical Education, Chairman ol Physical Education
Department, Varsity Baske.b::II Coach, Junior Class
Algebra, Biology, General Mathematics, Freshman Bas-
ketball Coach, Assistant Varsity Basketball Coach
General Science, Camera Club Sponsor
Assistant Principal, Church History, Tennis Coach
General Science, Biology, Track Coach, Biology Club
Sponsor, Sophomore Class Sponsor
Religion, World History, Chess Club Sponsor
Rev. Enno Gahl
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Office Practice, Advanced Shorthand, Chairman of
Commercial Department, Placement Counsellor
Rev. A. F. Schroeder
American History, Religion, Chairman ol Music De-
partment, Director ot Choirs
H. Jack Stoffregen
English, American History, World History, Senior Class
General Science, Director of Band
A. J. Tarnoski
Chemistry, Algebra, Chairman oi Science Department,
Science Club Sponsor, Junior Class Sponsor
Rev. Clemens Thies
Religion, German, Chairman of Religion Department,
Religion Activities Club Sponsor
Problems of Democracy, World History, Chairman ol
Social Studies Department, Student Council Advisor,
Senior Class Advisor
Advanced Algebra, Geometry, Solid Geometry, Alge-
bra, Trigonometry, Chairman of Mathematics Depart-
ment, Varsity Football Coach, Assistant Baseball
Coach, Key Club Advisor, Lettermans Club Sponsor,
Bowling Club Sponsor
English, Typing, Calculating
This page has been set aside to give recognition to these teachers who
have faithfully served the Lord, thus
Miss Elsa Birkner
. . . to Miss Birkner for her dedication of thirty-five years of devoted service
to her many students of both German and history classes. She will be re-
membered for her patience and understanding, her thoroughness as a class-
room teacher, her efficient iob as class advisor, and her regular attendance
at most student affairs. This shows her personal interest in students. She, in
her own quiet manner, shows by her actions that life means much more than
receiving, it means giving. She has lived up to this. Miss Birkner, you have
become an inseparable part of Luther and will always remain respected and
admired. Viel glueck!
Mr. A. J. Tarnoski
. . . to Tarny for his thirty years at Luther. His service has included every-
thing from advising the iunior class, to finding the value of "X" in his algebra
classes, from coaching a girls basketball team, to making hydrogen in the
chemistry lab. But he will be remembered for much more. His friendly smile
is symbolic of his humble personality. We can assure you, Tarny, you will not
be forgotten by those who have been fortunate enough to have known you.
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Reverend Clemens Thies
. . . to Rev. Thies for his forty-one years of preaching God's Word. He will
always be remembered for his inspiring chapel addresses, his patience in
class, and his witty sense of humor and clever remarks. "Say, I like that,"
"Yes, God still loves you," and "the Governor says so" are a few of the say-
ings for which he is known. But most of all, we will never forget his love for
all people and how he displayed it. So, Rev. Thies, since you haxge reached
the age of retirement, we would like to wish you much deserved happiness and
God's blessing in the future. Thank you for all the things you have done for
Luther and for the students personally during your years of teaching.
Mrs. Geraldine Schmitt
. . . to Mrs. Schmitt for the many times during her sixteen years that she has
advised students and helped them plan their future. As head of the Com-
mercial Department she has taught her subiects well and has related her
valuable experience to her students so that they may profit by them. We will
always remember her for the unselfish way she has given her time and efforts
for our school. Since she is retiring after this year, we wish her God's bless-
ing and good fortune in the years to come. So, Mrs. Schmitt, we thank you
for the many times you have been a second mother to us.
OFFICE STAFF AND MAINTENANCE
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To these people we, as students, deeply express
our grahtude forthe many tasksthey have done dun
CMS Loch' ing the year. We thank them for having helped make Mm' H""o'se"
New, Luther a better school in which to work. Hudson
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TOGETHER WITH GOD . . . GRADUATES
Left to right: Marty Ischinger, Vice
President, Nancy VanderHorst, Treasurer:
LaVerne Auler, Secretary, Marv Bauer,
SENIOR CLASS HISTORY
FRESHMEN "At last!"-class rings . . . pictured bus Axassesc .I. . A
. . Capella on T.V .... Intramural Program . . . rs. " " eaves
LH Nsepiemggzbqg lggflgkgien fnissgnb day gg Luther . . . medals and crosses sold . . . St. Louis basketball
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minute periods . . . Mr. Menking, acting principal . . . kick mp gymQ:?J:: mon T3:iZsrsto..?nI3o'je.. S' Ciogisou lfnngjv
aff tg: LPgIPcmon Dnve ' ' ' Clghi Congpmgn ' ' Honnfom' addition dedicated . . . Junior paper drive! - a big success
Frgsh-gig: lnaagxcrnza ' ' our !'fI.hgraCiscEe,P.i,'r6:oangaA . . . Hey! Hay Party . . . Constitution Test . . . Paula and
Th t f. t k '. ' ' Ch . t C t Warren Co-Chairmen of the banquet . . . new student
MTE: IKale'Ani:'saIf oInieF::2:LBar5uniI:::1as :SSL Arm! activities room . . . proiects! . . . Junior-Senior picnic . . . the
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rose op Minis 'U' 'PL' cms gs ei GD mp ' 'Mtraxpokine valuable cheerleader . . . exams . . . summer vacation . . .
. . . razy ixe - p ary . .. areer ay . . . r. en ing rest? . i i JA of the way.
inducted as principal . . . gym night . . . our first yearbook . . .
exams . . . picnic at Whealan Park . . . we survived our
first yearl SENIOR
SOPHOMORE Last, but not least! . . . enrollment over 1,000 . . . Miss
Hurrah! We're upper lower classmen . . . we're on our Birkner returns to Luther . . . 55 minute periods . . . home-
way . . . split schedule . . . our party for the freshmen . . . rooms and chapel . . . campaign speeches and posters . . .
Frosh-Soph hayride . . . "The Late Christopher Bean" . . . Marv senior class president . . . Candy Drive . . . Cats take
patron drive . . . It's a wet Homecoming! . . . Reformation "boot" away from Milwaukee . . . graduation pictures . . .
Rally . . . Curtis Campaign . . . magazines again? . . . S.C. Mr. Matthews helps S.C. run homecoming show . . . bonfire
Convention held at L.H.N .... skating party . . . Denny . . . LaVerne reigns as Homecoming Queen . . . snow! snow!
president of sophomore class . . . Faculty-Varsity B-Ball snow! . . . Girls Service Club organized . . . Reformation
exhibition . . . Private School League Basketball Tournament Service . . . skating party . . . Patron Drive . . . break the
. . . Loretta, Frosh-Soph basketball queen . . . Lenten Concert thermometer- 52,000 . . . "The Curious Savage" . . . Mr.
. . . Science Fair . . . gym night . . . Youth Rally . . . Pizza Menking's 30th anniversary . . . Thanksgiving . . . new choir
Party . . . open house . . . car wash . . . Spring Concert . . . robes . . . The Christmas Pageant . . . Girls Chorus appears
exams . . . picnic at LaBagh Woods . . . summer vacation! for the first time . . . G.S.C. and Key Club paper drive . . .
Mardi Gras . . . Washington Trip . . . "Mothers and Daughters
JUNIOR Tea" . . . gym night . . . Olaf Christiansen visits Luther . . .
A busy yearl . . . enrollment 950 . . . split shifts . . Junior-Senior picnic . . . the 1958 LOG presented to the
Log cover contest . . . first Homecoming parade . . .floats . . . student body . . . Junior-Senior Banquet . . . Sunday, June
oh, those hall guards! . . . skating party at the Hub . . . 8th-Baccalaureate Service . . . Thursday, June 12th-
Candy Drive . . . "World's Finest Chocolate" . . . Wildcats Graduation . . . cap and gowns . . . diplomas . . . "We bid
capture P.S.L. Football CHAMPIONSHIP . . . College Day . . . farewell to our beloved Luther",
Motto: Rev. 2:I0-"Be thou faithful unto death and
I will give thee a crown of life." '
Song: A Faithful Shepherd Is My Lord
Flower: Red Rose
Courtesy of Mr. and Mrs. John Bauer
PAULA CORRINE ALBANO "Corky"
Good speeches . . . a pillar of strength . . . "on my honor" . . .
dependable . . . sweet singing voice. Activities: Student Council
Secretary 4: Soph. Choir: A Capella 3,4: Luther Singers 4: Girls
Service Club: Kitchen Crew: R.A.C.: Banquet Co-Chairman: Junior
Class Council: Latin Club: Pep Club: Drama Club: Senior Science Club.
LINDA ELSIE HARRIET ANDERSON "Lin"
Likes to skate . . . tiny . . . talkative . . . long hair . . . oh, that
laughl Activities: Freshmen Choir: G.A.C.: Volleyball.
WARREN BRUCE ARNDT "Warrie"
Smooth dancer . . . basketball . . . daddy long legs . . . sharp guyl
Activities: Varsity Basketball I,2,3,4: Football 2: Pep Club I,2,3,4:
Banquet Co-Chairman: R.A.C.: Lettermans Club: Senior Class Council.
KARL H. ASMUS "Karl"
Ambitious?? . . . witty remarks . . . baseball star . . . "Osmosis"
. . . Math whiz. Activities: Baseball I,2,3,4: Lettermans Club:
Junior Science Club.
LA VERNE ANN AULER "L.A."
Personality plus , . . cute walk . . . Denny . . . pep . . . always
smiling. Activities: Cheerleader 2,3,4: Class Secretary 2,3,4: Student
Council 3,4: Log Assistant Copy Editor: Soph. Choir: A Capella 3:
Girls Chorus 4: Pep Club: Art Club: G.A.C.: Drama Club: R.A.C.:
Spanish Club: Junior Class Council: Senior Class Council.
VICTORIA E. BABILLA "Vicki"
Gift of gab . . . long eyelashes . . . older fellasl . . . nice clothes.
Activities: Sophomore Choir: Drama Club: G.A.C.
WESLY EDWARD BARANSKI "Wes"
Big words . . . corduroy shirts . . . anti-homework . . seldom
heard in class . . . future Civil Engineer.
MARVIN A. BAUER "Tink"
Class prexy . . . always latel . . . hot temper . . . neat as a pin.
Activities: Class Vice President l,3: Class President 4: Football
l,2,3,4: Basketball l,2: Freshmen Choir: Sophomore Choir: A Capella
3.4: Lettermans Club: Key Club: Projectors Club: Senior Science
Club: B and G Sports Staff 4: Junior Class Council: Senior Class
WESLEY ARTHUR BAUMANN "Wes"
Key Club president . . . one swell guyl . . . school spirit . . . cute
. . . loves discussions. Activities: Key Club 3: President 4: B and G
Writer 3: Sports Editor 4: Baseball 3,4: A Capella 3,4: Lettermans
Club: R.A.C.: Pep Club.
ROBERT EDWIN BECHTOLD "Bob"
Fun to be with . . . Nancy . . . nice smile . . . white bucks . . . cute
lisp. Activities: Bowling Club: Hall Guard: Pep Club.
EDWIN J. BECKER, JR. "Eddie"
Crew cut . . . Karens' better half . . . collegiate looking . . . easy
going. Activities: Sophomore Choir: A Capella 3,4: Hall Guard:
DAVID JOHN BEHLING "Dave"
Friendly hi for everyone . . . P.K .... doesn't say much . . . nice
guy. Activities: Hall Guard: R.A.C.
JUDITH MAE BENSON "Judy"
Blushes easily . . . Des Plaines . . . curly hair . . . nice personality.
Activities: R.A.C.: Senior Science Club: Craft Club.
NANCY CLAIRE BERREITTER "Nan"
Pretty eyes . . . Bob . . . the natural look . . . cute laugh . . .
smart. Activities: Freshmen Choir: Soph. Choir: A Capella 3,4: Luther
Singers 3: B and G Writer 2,3: Baton Twirler Corp. 2,3: Banquet
Committee: Drama Club: R.A.C.: Library Assistant: G.A.C.: Latin Club.
JUDY ANN BINGHAM "Bing"
Bouncy pony tail . . . peppy personality . . . flaming red hair . . .
loves nonsense. Activities: Freshmen Choir: Soph. Choir: Girls Service
Club: R.A.C.: Drama Club: Pep Club: G.A.C.: Hallguard: Library
BONNIE LEE BOHN "Bon"
"Cow pasture" . . . bundle of laughs . . . Bethel Queen . . . nice!
complexion. Activities: Freshmen Choir: R.A.C.: Latin Club: Science
Club: Crafts Club.
ANITA JOYCE BREDEHORN "Brady"
Known for her bangs . . . loves to dance . . . future M.D. . . . a
big smile for everyonel Activities: Freshmen Choir.
HELEN CAROLYN BRUCKNER "Bruckie"
Conscientious . . . dark glasses . . . sweet smile . . . efficient. Activi-
ties: Soph. Choir: A Capella 3: Girls Chorus 4: R.A.C.: Latin Club:
Art Club: G.A.C.
CLAUDINE CATHERINE CORSINI "Claude"
Fashion designer . . . oh, that laughl . . . Nicky . . . pretty hair . . .
loves to sew. Activities: Cheerleader 2: Freshmen Choir: Soph. Choir:
A Capella Choir 3,4: G.A.C.: Art Club: Pep Club.
BERNARD ERIC DEHLIN "Bernie"
Man of o few words . . . little car . . . genuine . . . band . . . swell
fellowl Activities: Band 2,3,4: Library Assistant: Art Club: R.A.C.
LYDIA DIENER "Lydia"
Quiet charm . . . German . . . wonderful person . . .future secretary.
Activities: Soph. Choir.
JANET RUTH EBERT "Jan"
Nimble with a thimble . . . soft voice . . . potential homemaker . . .
sweet and sincere. Activities: Freshmen Choir: Soph. Choir: A Capella
3,4: Luther Singers 4: B and G 3,45 Assistant Editor 4: Girls Service
Club: Junior Class Council: Pep Club: G.A.C.: Hall Guard: Drama
Club: R.A.C.: Banquet Committee.
DOROTHY EMMA EKSTROM "Dot"
Easy to like . . . sincere manner . . . seen but not heard . . . wavy
hair. Activities: Freshmen Choir: Soph. Choir: A Capella 3: Girls
Chorus 4: Drama Club: Art Club.
JACQUELINE RUTH ELLGASS "Jackie"
Short wavy hair . . . seen but not heard . . . future nurse . . .
DUANE MELVIN FABER "Duane"
Anything for a friend . . . one of the guys . . . quiet in a friendly
way . . . ambition: police force. Activities: Bleacher Boy.
WALTER P. FABRY "Wally"
Big hunka man . . . tall tales . . . languages . . . always helpful
. . . Russianl . . . swell fella. Activities: Football 3: Slovak Society
JAMES EDWARD FARRELL "Jim"
Studious . . . math . . . reserved . . . nice guy . . . a future in
transportation or photography.
JOHN JOSEPH FELCAN "Johnny"
library helper . . . C.P.A .... talks fast . . . commercial course
. . . science fiction. Activities: Proiector Club: Camera Club: Library
Club: Library Assistant l,2,3,4.
LOWELL JOHN FELL "Englishman"
Dry sense of humor . . . English accent . . . merchant marine . .
friendly to everyone.
SANDRA LEE FICK "Sandy"
Neat dresser . . . PJ. parties . . . small handwriting . . . lots of fun.
Activities: Freshmen Choir: Girls Chorus: Drama Club: R.A.C.: Pep
Club: Latin Club: G.A.C.
LORE ANNA BUERGER "Boogsy"
Cute secretary . . . giggle . . . well liked . . . co-op parties . . .
school spirit. Activities: Freshmen Choir: Soph. Choir: Girls Service
Club: B and G 4: R.A.C.: Pep Club.
IRENE MARY BUJALKA "Jo-Jo"
Fran . . . white sheath . . . Veronica Lake . . . small . . . future
DOREEN JOYCE CHRISTENSOB "Dee"
Artistic ability . . . older men . . . here today, gone tomorrow . . .
long hair . . . future commercial artist. Activities: Freshmen Chair:
PEGGY SUE CHURCHILL
Photogenic . . . Lane sweater . . . speaks her mind . .
to pass speech.
CARRIE GEORGIA CLEAVER
Sense of humor . . . "Spark-Plug'
. . . suit-ably dressed . . . twin .
EARL F. CLEMENSON
. true friend
"King of the ten pins" . . . won't be rushed . . . one of the boys
. . . 40 winks, Activities: Bowling l,2,3,4: Intramural Basketball.
CAROL ANN FRANKLIN "Frankie"
John . . . pretty eyes . . . drags strips . . . funeeeeeel . . . a laugh
a minute! Activities: G.A.C.: Art Club: Baton Twirler Corp: Pep Club.
BEVERLY JOAN GABRIELSEN "Bev"
Gets things done . . . G.S.C. president . . . Herkie . . . diet conscious
. . . "Doc" . . . Mr. Schroth. Activities: Freshmen Choir: Soph. Choir:
A Capella Choir 3,4: Luther Singers 4: Girls Service Club: log Copy
Editor: R.A.C.: Drama Club: G.A.C.: Banquet Committee: Junior
Class Council: Intramurals: Bowling Club: Pep Club.
RONALD ARTHUR GALL "Merz"
On the quiet side . . . carefree . . . nice smile . . . shy . . . future
draftsman. Activities: Bowling Club: Basketball 2,3: Track 2: Intra-
WAYNE HAROLD GANGLER "Wayne"
Bowler . . . loves nonsense . . . a laugh all his own . . . baseball.
Activities: Baseball 3,4: Bowling Club: Lettermans Club.
MARGARET ANN GARRETT "Peggy"
Writer . . . loves English . . . sincere . . . glasses. Activities: Sopho-
more Choir: Drama Club: B and G 3: Hall Guard: Senior Science
Club: Bowling Club: Ceramics Club: Home Arts Fashion Show: Latin.
JOHN A. GEHEB "Johnny"
Cute . . . curly blond hair . . . quiet charm . . . future geologist. Acti-
vities: Key Club: Science Club: Football 3,4: Lettermans Club.
JEANETTE GERALDINE GEIER "Jeannie"
Cute as they come . . . attendant . . . Dan's girl . . . loveable . . .
plays cupid. Activities: Freshmen Choir: G.A.C.: Pep Club: Latin Club.
JIM CARL GENC "Gene"
"Thin man" . . . plays the licorice stick . . . polite. Activities: Band
MARLEN GERHAUSER "Mar"
Stylish . . . fun to be with . . . fond of talking . . . acts bored.
Activities: R.A.C.: Handicrafts: Science Club.
RAYMOND EDWARD GEWEKE "Ray"
Ready smile . . . winning ways . . . "tickets" . . . always a iob . . .
sharp guy! Activities: Key Club 3: Vice President 4: R.A.C. President
4: Log Assistant Business Manager 4: Freshmen Choir: Sophomore
Choir: A Capella 3,4: Track 2,3,4: Pep Club: Latin Club: Hall Guard.
ALYCE JOY GIESLER "Alyce"
Quiet . . . easy going . . . woman of a few words . . . future secre-
tary. Activities: Bowling Club: Science Club: R.A.C.: Kitchen Crew.
WILLIAM JOHN GOODGER "Bil"
Tall guy . . . B-Ball . . . likes to talk . . . always latel . . . swell
fella . . . broken glasses. Activities: Basketball 3,4: Baseball 2,4:
Bowling Club: Kitchen Crew: Intramural Basketball: Swimming 4:
JANICE MARIE GORDON "Jan"
Sentimental . . . good listener . . . conscientious worker . . . loud
blouses . . . "a tear fell." Activities: R.A.C.: Latin Club: Pep Club:
FREDRICK GROSCH "Fred"
Jovial . . . loud laugh . . . Naomi . . . "Hans" . . . pidgeon
toed. Activities: Football 2,3,4: Pep Club: Swimming 3,4: Lettermans
KENNETH JACOB GROSCH "Dingus"
Manager . . . W. L. Basketball . . . wise guy . . . future mechanical
engineer. Activities: Frosh-Soph Basketball l,2: Football manager
3,4: Pep Club: Lettermans Club.
PERRY JAMES GULBRANDSEN "Per"
Rugged . . . blond bombshell . . . LINEI . . . deep bass . . . black
hornrims. Activities: Football l,2,3,4: Co-captain 4: Student Council
2,3,4: Class Vice President 2: Freshmen Choir: Sophomore Choir:
A Capella 3,4: Luther Singers 3,4: Track I,2: Key Club: Class
Council: Lettermans Club: Pep Club.
ROBERT RAY GULBRANDSEN "Robert"
Line . . . talkative . . . outstanding tenor . . , dimples . . . always
latel . . . French sayings. Activities: A Capella 4: Luther Singers 4:
Track 4: Kenosha High School -A Capella I,3: German Club: Latin
Club: Monitor Club: Track.
HORST HACKEMER "Horst"
Happy-go-lucky . . . Jan . . . always grinning . . . stubborn . . .
German. Activities: Football 2,3: Sophomore Choir: A Capella 3,4:
R.A.C.: Curious Savage: Hall Guard: Senior Science Club.
uRsuLA ERNA HAUSNER "urs"
Cute German accent . . . funl fun! funl . . . piercing laugh . . . good
sport. Activities: Sophomore Choir: Pep Club: R.A.C.: Hall Guard:
DENNIS ROGER HEIDORN "Heidy"
S. C. Pres .... Committeesl . . . cute ears . . . L.A .... one ter-
rific guyl . . . TRASHI Activities: Student Council l,2,3,4: President
4: Class President 2,3: Sophomore Choir: A Capella 3,4: Football
l,2,3: Basketball I,2,4: Baseball I,2,4: Key Club: Lettermans Club:
Pep Club: Kitchen Crew.
RONALD VICTOR HESS "Hess"
Lane transfer . . . good skater . . . had trouble with his knee . .
civil engineer. Activities: Hall Guard: Senior Science Club.
LOIS HEUSER "Lois"
Quiet in a friendly way . . . slight . . . genuine . . . studious . .
future nurse. Activities: R.A.C.: Senior Science Club.
HARRIET NANCY HOLDER "Nancy"
Photogenic . . . keeps to herself . . . called by her middle rame
. . . pretty smile. Activities: Latin Club.
GLENN ROBERT HOLMBOM "H Bomb"
Deep bass . . . sky scraper . . . friendly fella . . . conscientious.
Activities: Freshmen Choir: Sophomore Choir: A Capella 3,4.
KAREN HOLTORFF "Karen"
Silky hair . . . big eyes . . . very pleasant . . . easy to talk lo.
Activities: Sophomore Choir: A Capella 3: Girls Chorus 4.
RUTH CHARLOTTE ANN HOLTZ "Ruthy"
Sweet voice . . . serious type . . . friendly gal . . . demure. Activif
ties: Sophomore Choir: Freshmen Choir: A Capella 3: Girls Chorus 4.
ROBERT EMIL HORVAT "Bob"
Clever . . . "Bob's Beat" . . . intelligent lad . . . music enthusiast.
Activities: Freshmen Choir: Sophomore Choir: A Capella 3,4: Luther
Singers 4: B and G Feature Staff 2,3,4: Camera Club: Science Club:
Ceramics Club: Proiectors Club: Tennis 2.
THOMAS FILMORE HOWE "Howe"
Funny many! . . . long and lanky . . .one of the guys . . . ambition:
to be a great photographer.
RAYMOND E. HUPKE "Hupcap"
Typical teen . . . hockey fan . . . "Red" . . . temper . . . Joan
. . . unpredictable. Activities: Football l,2,3,4: Sophomore Choir:
Pep Club: Lettermans Club.
AMANDA EVELYN HUSBERG "Mandy"
Pop-corn popper . . . Science Club . . . pianist . . . peaches and
cream complexion. Activities: Freshmen Choir: Sophomore Choir: A
Capella 3,4: Science Club President: Art Club: Hall Guard: B and G
Illustrator 3: R.A.C.: Library Assistant.
ANN LOUISE HAGEN "Hagen Babe"
Feminine . . . scatter-brain . . . pretty wardrobe . . . "l don't get it."
Activities: Freshmen Choir: A Capella 3,4: G.A.C.: Library Club:
JUDITH ELAINE HARDERS "Judy"
B 8. G "boss" . . . quiet yet efficient . . .always busy . . . "heart of
gold." Activities: B and G Feature Writer 2: B and G Editor 4: Soph-
omore Choir: A Capella Choir 3: Girls Chorus 4: Girls Service Club:
R.A.C.: Senior Science Club: Junior Science Club: Drama Club: Bowl-
ing Club: Pep Club.
MARILYNN RUTH HARDT "Meme"
Typical housewife . . . sympathetic . . . good listener . . . considerate
of others . . . freckles. Activities: Freshmen Choir: R.A.C.
NAOMI ADELLE HARKS "Na"
DIMPLES! . . . aches and pains . . . Fred . . . emotional . . . nice
clothes. Activities: Cheerleader 2: B and G 4: Pep Club: Freshmen
Choir: Sophomore Choir: A Capella 3: Bowling Club: G.A.C.: Cer-
amics Club: R.A.C.: Banquet Committee.
MARILYN LORRAINE HART "Mar"
Full of questions . . . "aunty" . . . cute dimples . . . very sincere
manner . . . ambition: to become a deaconess.
JOYCE MARILYN HAUSER "Joyce"
Ron . . . future nurse . . . sings with expression . . . one and only.
Activities: Freshmen Choir: Sophomore Choir: A Capella 3,4: Luther
Singers 3: B and G 3,4: Latin Club: Library Club: Drama Club:
MARTIN MONROE ISCHINGER "Isch"
lmaginationl . . . brains and personality . . . sharp clothes . . .
West Point. Activities: Sophomore Choir7 Freshmen Choir7 Student
Council 3,47 Vice President 47 Football 2,3,47 Track 2,3,47 Pep Club7
Ceramics Club7 Latin Club7 Lettermans Club.
GEORGE WILLIAM JANAC "George"
Neat looking . . . relaxes in class . . . easy to like . . . interests at
Schurz. Activities: Football 2,47 Basketball 27 Track I7 Pep Club.
HELEN GERTRUDE JAROSCH "Helen"
Beautiful smile . . . full of ideas . . . "Log Chief" . . . Al . . . well-
rounded personality. Activities: Log Editor-In-Chief 47 Freshmen
Choir7 Sophomore Choir7 A Capella 3,47 Luther Singers 3,47 R.A.C.7
Drama Club7 G.A.C.7 B and G 27 Library Assistant7 Pep Club7 Bon-
MARK RUSSELL JOHNSTONE "Mark"
Baritone soloist . . . "glow worm" . . . what a linel . . . poetry . . .
strong women. Activities: Freshmen Choir7 Sophomore Choir7 A Capel-
la 3,47 Luther Singers 3,47 Key Club Treasurer7 Football 2.
ROBERT EARL JOURGENSEN "Bob"
Quiet and composed . . . blushes . . . Nancy . . . healthy looking.
Activities: Football l,2,37 Track l,2,3,47 A Capella 47 Gym Nighty
Pep Club7 Senior Science Club7 Modeleers7 Lettermans Club.
SHARON LORAINE KAMIN "Sherry"
Transferred from Detroit . . . enthusiastic . . . willing worker . . .
registered nurse. Activities: A Capella 3,47 Luther Singers 47 R.A.C.7
Detroit Lutheran-Nurses Club7 A Capella 1,27 Pep Club: Jr. Trio and
Accompanist7 Girls 4.
PATRICIA RUTH KELSEY "Pat"
Pert . . . gym night . . . Tex's girl . . . chatter box . . . brains
. . . flying rings. Activities: A Capella 3,47 Luther Singers 47 Fresh-
men Choir7 Sophomore Choir7 Latin Club7 Pep Club7 Gym Night7
Junior Class Council7 Senior Class Council.
DALE KEMPF "Ben"
"Peaches" . . . brain . . . easy going . . . future electrical engineer
. . . "Oh, the test was easy." Activities: Hall Guard7 Senior
LOWELL ERWIN KLEMM "Lowell"
Future teacher . . . friendly fellow . . . nice to know . . . qulet.
Activities: Bowling Club7 Drama Club7 Hall Guard.
ANITA LOUISE KNUDSEN "Knudy"
Dimples deluxe . . . commercial . . . sweet personality . . . works
hard. Activities: Freshmen Choir7 G.A.C.7 Pep Club7 R.A.C.
CAROL ANN KOEPP "Koepp"
Office helper . . . quiet gal . . . short hair . . . future secretary.
Activities: Pep Club.
DOROTHEA E. KOEPP "Doro"
"Cherub" . . . petite . . . wonderful girl . . . band. Activities:
G.A.C.7 Science Club: B and G Typist 37 Band I,2,3,4.
SUSAN GAYLE KOETKE "Sue"
"Jeep" . . . 4 year cheerleader . . . "Sweet Suzie" . . . never com-
plains . . . Capt .... beauty. Activities: Cheerleader I,2,3,47
Freshmen Choir7 Sophomore Choir7 A Capella 37 Girls Chorus 47
Pep Club7 G.A.C.7 Drama Club7 Intramurals.
THOMAS FRANK KORANDA "Tom"
Tropical fish . . . tall fella . . . likes art . . . quiet . . . always
helpful . . . "lndian."
ANDREA LYNNE KRAUSMAN "Andee"
Good sport . . . pudgy? . . . cute . . . winning personality . . . lots
of funl . . . gets teased. Activities: Class President 'I7 Student
Council t,27 Cheerleader 2,47 Sophomore Choir7 A Capella 37 Girls
Chorus 47 Pep Club7 G.A.C.
THOMAS EDWARD KRENEK "Tom"
Slim . . . unusual voice . . . pleasing personality . . . puns . . .
future salesman. Activities: Drama Club.
RICHARD ELMER KRUEGER "Dick"
Blue car . . . Luther Singers . . . friendly guy . . . ambition:
veterinarian. Activities: Freshmen Choir7 Sophomore Choir7 A Capella
3,47 Luther Singers 47 Key Club7 Tennis.
VERA HELEN KUBIK "Ver"
Little, but oh myl . . . spit fire . . . the tailored look . , . cute
giggle. Activities: R.A.C.7 Library Helper7 Pep Club7 Drama Club7
MICHAEL ROBERT LEHMPUHL "Mike"
Newcomer . , . rocket ships . . . interest in math . . . mysterious
. . . future electronic engineer.
THEODORE MARTIN LENO "Ted"
Changeable voice . . . clean cut . . . insinuating humor . . . neat
dresser. Activities: Football Manager 3: Football 4: Sophomore Choir:
A Capella 3,-1: Ceramics Club: Pep Club: Banquet Committee.
LORRAINE LIPPERT "Lippy"
Typing whizl . . . pretty hair . . . cute giggle . . . sweet and
pleasant . . . Commercial. Activities: Ceramics Club.
JULIA IRENE LONG "Julie"
Commuter. . , our gain, Glenbrook's loss . . . brains plus . . . neat.
Activities: G.A.A.: Latin Club: National Honor Society: Senior
Science Club: R.A.C.
FRANCES ANN LUDOWICI "Fran"
Small . . . unruly hair . . . always friendly . . . likes to laugh.
Activities: Gym Night.
RICHARD EDWARD MAINA "Tex"
What a riotl . . . hunting . . . crazy walk . . . carefree . . . Pat
. . . won't be rushedl Activities: Football l,2,3,4: Track I,2,3,4:
Good looking . . . smooth .
Activities: Track I: Latin Club:
NICK WILLIAM MANDIS
Class cut-up . . . big dog .
Activities: Latin Club.
sharp clothes . . .
Senior Science Club:
. . dark eyes . .
Grecian beauty . . . left-handed . . . sweet personality. Activities:
Senior Science Club: B 8- G Feature Writer: Handicraft Club: Girls
NORMAN GERHARDT MASKE "Norm"
Elmer's side kick . . . future electrician . . . iunior ianitor. Activities:
Kitchen Crew: Basketball I: Elmer's assistant.
JOHN ANDREW MATTSEY "Johno"
Easily flustered . . . sounds like Lawrence Welk . . . Oh, those
iokesl . . . man of a few words.
EILEEN R. MATZER "Matzer Babe"
Short 'n' cute . . . Jerry . . . RlOT! . . . nice in every way.
NANCY LEE LACKLAND "Nance"
Barbed wit . . , Bob's girl . . . scholarships . . . future chemist.
Activities: Freshmen Choir: Sophomore Choir: A Capella 3,4: Luther
Singers 3,4: B 8- G 3: Gym Night: Senior Science Club.
RUSSELL OSBORNE LANGAN "Russ"
Cat-man . . . ivy league hat . . . one of the guys . . . friendly hi for
everyone. Activities: Football 3: Bowling Club: Latin Club.
DIANE MARGARET LANOCH "Dibo"
Sweaters . . . individualist . . . long hair . . . pretty complexion . . .
alto. Activities: Freshmen Choir: Sophomore Choir: A Capella 3,4:
Luther Singers 4: G.A.C.: Pep Club: Intramurals.
RONALD ROY LARSEN "Ron"
Polite and pleasant . . . blond hair . . . nice to know . . . ambition:
to enter the business world.
W. WAYNE LARSON "Wayne"
Blue eyes . . . clothes . . . witty remarks . . . class cut-up . . .
mysterious name. Activities: Freshmen Choir: Homecoming Bonfire 4.
JANET LOUISE LAUSCH "Lauschie"
Eyelashes . . . German fella . . . "Bucky Beaver" . . . hen parties
. . . Geometry brain ?l? . . . RIOTI Activities: Sophomore Choir:
A Capella 3,4: B and G 3,4: Business Manager 4: Pep Club:
Spanish Club: R.A.C.: Art Club: G.A.C.: Drama Club.
CAROL LEE McCANDLESS "Mac"
Model . . . good figure . . . tactless . . . boysl boysl boysl
Activities: Hall Guard: Gym show: Drama Club: R.A.C.: Pep Club:
BRADFORD DEAN McCANNA "Mac"
Curly hair . . . 245 game . . . one of the gang. Activities:
Bowling Club: Latin Club.
GEORGE MURRAY MENNINGER
Strong . . . silent type . . . football . . . newcomer. Activities:
CAROL IRMA MESSERSCHMIDT "Messer"
loves sports . . . silent type . . . ambition: office worker. Activities:
G.A.C.: Freshmen Chorus: Sophomore Choir: A Capella 3: Girls
LORETTA HILDEGARTE MEYER "Lori"
naturally confusedl . . . beautiful complexion . . . beauty and
grace . . . doesn't catch iokes. Activities: Pep Club: Art Club: Intra-
murals: Drama Club: G.A.C.: R.A.C.: Banquet Committee: B 8. G:
Bowling Club: Latin Club: Sophomore Choir: A Capella: Girls Chorus.
GAIL ASTRID MONG "Gail"
cute lisp . . . Chinese name . . . future secretary . . . Nancy's pal.
RUTH ELIZABETH MULLER "Ruthie"
nice in every way . . . spunkl . . . rosy cheeks . . . busy-body.
Activities: Girls Service Club: Pep Club: Senior Class Council: R.A.C.:
G.A.C.: Sophomore Choir: Junior Science Club: A Capella 3: B 8- G
Writer: Banquet Committee: Drama Club.
PATRICIA JANE MURRAY "Pat"
green hair? . . . felt skirts . . . future teacher . . . sincere manner.
ANDY H. NELSON "Andy"
crew cut . . . great guy . . . toothpicks . . . future pilot. Activities:
Baseball 2,3,4: Football 3,4: Lettermans Club: Bowling Club.
ALAN PETER NEMETH "AI"
loves to ski . . . Helen . . . pleasure before business. Activities:
Football l,2,3,4: Track 2: Tennis 3,4: Letterman.
GERTRUDE ELISE NEU "Trudy"
high in class . . . nice handwriting . . . petite. Activities: G.A.C.:
Latin Club: B 8. G: Junior Class Council.
DAVID LEE NORDAHL "Dave"
wide vocabulary . . . black curly hair . . . neat . . . future doctor.
Activities: Latin Club: Senior Science Club: Drama Club: R.A.C.
NANETTE ELSIE NOSKO "Nan"
future secretary . . . seen but not heard . . . good natured . . . long
hair . . . potential smile
CAROLYN DOROTHY OESTERREICH "C-aroI"
giggleslll . . . "Gina" . . . sparkling personality . . . interest at
Carthage. Activities: G.A.C.: Sophomore Choir: A Capella 3,4:
Luther Singers 4: R.A.C.: Spanish Club: Bowling Club.
NANCY PECORI "Shrimp"
nice things come in small packages! . . . cheerful . . . pixie . .
DANIEL B. PETERS "Dan"
makes classes fun! . . . sleepy-time boy . . . Chapel Singers? . . .
Homework-ugh! Activities: Band 3: Latin Club, Bowling Club:
Science Club: Drama Club.
JOAN CLAIRE PETERSEN "Joanie"
sports minded . . . natural blond . . . cute nurse . . . good worker.
Activities: Freshmen Choir: Soph. Choir: A Capella 3: Girls Chorus
4: Girls Service Club: G.A.C.: Intramurals: Latin Club: Science Club:
Pep Club: R.A.C.
JULIA KATHERINA PETERSONS "Julie"
possesses a charm . . . newcomer from Lake View . . . Latvia . .
quiet gal. Activities: Kitchen crew: Hall Guard substitute.
ROBERT THOM RASMUSSEN "Bob"
iolly . . . one of the boys . . . friendly . . . ambition: Marine
ELLEN JOANNE REHBERGER "Lollie"
Ken . . . cute school teacher . . . pretty complexion . . . soft voice.
Activities: Freshmen Choir: Sophomore Choir.
FERDINAND HERBERT REICHELT "Ferd"
beautiful dreamer? . . . tall guy . . . cute . . . fun loving nature.
Activities: Science Club: R.A.C.: Intramural basketball: Bowling Club.
JUDITH MARIE RICE "Juds"
come-hither look . . . soft voice . . . looks like a movie star . . .
attracts 'em. Activities: Freshmen Choir: Sophomore Choir: A Capella
3,4: R.A.C.: Spanish Club: Drama Club: Pep Club: Library Assistant:
Kitchen Crew: Hall Guard.
DONALD EDWIN RICHTER "Don"
oh, that smilel . . . Jean . . . likeable . . . P.S.L. all star. Activities:
Football I,2,3,4: Pep Club: Basketball Manager: Freshmen Choir: A
Capella 4: Spanish Club: Track 3,4.
KENNETH WILLIAM RIEDEL "Kenny"
pizza-deliverer . . . Ellen . . . hot rod . . loves nonsense.
NICHOLAS GARY RODER "Nick"
lun-loving nature . . . Claudine . . . determination . . . lawyer . . .
first to have a car. Activities: Football l,2,3,4: Pep Club: Latin
GEORGIANNE ROMANO "Gigi"
nicknames for everyonel . . . fashion plate . . . iitter bug . . .
"Gingiss" . . . crazy kid. Activities: Freshmen Choir: Soph. Choir:
A Capella 3,4: G.A.C.: Cheerleader 2: Pep Club: Intramurals.
JACQUELINE E. ROSENE "Jackie"
pleasant disposition . . . known for her short hair . . . loves volley-
ball . . . typical teacher . . . quiet, but lots of fun! Activities: Soph.
Choir: A Capella 3: Girls Chorus 4: Baton Twirler Corp.: R.A.C.:
Science Club: Pep Club: Intramurals.
KRISTI MARIA SALM "Kristi"
intelligent . . . true friend . . . long wavy hair . . . German charm
. . . Ambition: business administraior.
KAREN DORETT SAMEK "Kara"
inner-personality . . . loads of sweaters . . . good notured . .
blond . . . late.
GLORIA ANN SAVITSKI "Toni"
petite . . , curly long hair . . . spitfire . . . boys! Activities: Sopho-
more Choir: Art Club: G.A.C.: Hallguard.
LAWRENCE HERMAN PETT "Larry"
commercial course . . . easy going . . . reserved . . . pleasing smile.
Activities: Soph. Choir: A Capella 3,4: Camera Club.
CHARLES HENRY PFEIFF
genuine . . . sensible fella
. . . future chemist . . . professor.
Activities: Key Club: Senior Science Club: Latin Club.
JUDITH KAREN PFLIEGE
"all shook up" . . . red pants . . . cute ways . . . short. Activities:
Freshmen Choir: Soph. Choir:
Latin Club: G.A.C.
DOROTHY ELLEN PLOENSE "Ploensey"
Junior Achievement . . . hair
Activities: G.A.C.: Art Club:
DARLENE DIANE PRATT
EI Capalleras . . . curly hair
smile . . . one of the gals.
NANCY ANN QUADE
blondie . . . dresses with a f
Freshmen Choir: Soph. Choir
Club: Pep Club: G.A.C.: B 8.
styles . . . friendly gal . . . pet rabbits.
Freshmen Chair: Soph. Choir.
. , . ambition: bookkeeper . . . pretty
lair . . . willowy . . . pretty. Activities:
: A Capella Choir: Girls Chorus 4: Art
G 2: Intramurals.
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WALTER ROBERT SCHILF "Wally"
rosy cheeks . . . quiet in a friendly way . . . future accountant . . .
cute. Activities: Track 25 Band 2,35 Camera Club5 Intramural Basket-
KAREN ANN SCHMIDT "Schmidt"
mature personality . . . Dave . . . sweet and understanding . . .
neat. Activities: Freshmen Choir5 Sophomore Choir5 Kitchen Crew5
JUDY GAIL SCHNEIDER "Schnatsy"
petite . . . good sense of humor . . . Paul . . . gigglesl Activities:
Freshmen Choir5 Art Club5 G.A.C.
FREDERICK JOHN SCHNITTKER "Fred"
tall, dark, and handsome . . . future engineer . . . wise cracks . . .
cars. Activities: Band.
NORMAN ROBERT SCHREINER "Norm"
works hard . . . nice things come in small packages . . . horn-
rimmed. Activities: Hallguard5 Key Club 45 Kitchen Crew5 Band5
SARA JANE SCHUETTPELZ "Sara"
newcomer . . . honor roll . . . refined . . . future accountant.
MARCELLA ROSE SCHULTZ "Marcy"
sophisticated . . . clothes . . . beautiful hair . . . dry humor. Activ-
ities: G.A.C.5 Latin Club5 Hallguard5 Art Club5 Drama Club.
JEANETTE SCHWENN "Schwennie"
cute . . . Dick . . . cats . . . wedding bells . . . dramatic. Activities:
JOY LOUISE SEBASTIAN "Joy"
Joy-ful . . . likes to draw . . . sense of humor . . . pretty clothes.
Activities: Freshmen Choir5 Soph. Choir5 Pep Club5 Junior Class
Council5 Senior Class Council5 G.A.C.5 Intramurals.
GARY DOUGLAS SEMROW "Gary"
always has a ioke . . . little man . . . good natured . . . swell guy
. . . ambition: to be a chemical engineer.
ROBERT NORMAN SIEB "Bob"
deep bass voice . . . crazy speeches . . . future lawyer . . . one of
the guys. Activities: Track I5 Baseball 35 Bowling Club5 Dramatic
Club5 Latin Club5 Science Club.
RUTH ANN SIEGMANN "Tyke"
small and compact . . . future Air Line stewardess . . . well liked
. . . nice smile. Activities: Soph. Choir5 A Capella 35 Craft Club.
JAMES CHARLES SIEVERT "Jim"
sports . . . good looking . . . nice smile . . . muscles . . . ladies'
man. Activities: Football l,2,3,45 Basketball l,2,3,45 Lettermans
Club5 Pep Club.
SUSAN KAREN SIMONSON "Simonize"
talks in her sleep . . . hair styles . . . "just one riot!" Activities:
Freshmen Choir5 Soph. Choir5 G.A.C.5 Intramurals.
ANDREA IRIS SOLOMON "Andy"
big smile . . . athletic . . . stays to herself . . . ambition: wants to
be a dancer.
BARBARA CLARA SORENSEN "Barb"
pretty hands . . . cute wink . . . kitchen helper . . . school spirit
. . . fun to be with ,... Activities: Latin Club5 G.A.C.5 Pep Club5
lntramurals5 R.A.C5 Freshmen Choir5 Sophomore Choir5 A Capella 3,45
Girls Service Club5 Luther Singers 45 Kitchen Crew l,2,3,45 Assistant
Stage Manager 4
ROBERT WALTHER STAIGER "Bob"
big fella . . . quiet, but lots of fun . . . future engineer. Activities:
Baseball 2,35 Football 25 Lettermans Club 2,3,4.
ROBERT HUGH STEINBACH "Bob"
has fun because he believes in it . . . "Pizmo" . . . suburban girl
. . . ambition: to be a minister. Activities: Key Club 3,45 Pep Club5
Baseball 3,45 R.A.C.5 Sophomore Choir5 A Capella 3,4.
CHRISTINE THOMSEN "Chris"
sweaters . . . guys . . . blonde . . . short . . . Activities: Freshmen
Choir, Sophomore Choir, A Capella 3,4, G.A.C., Drama Club, Latin
Club, Library Assistant 'l,2.
ROBERT H. TOELKE "Telk"
P.K .... nonchalant . . . characterl . . . comments . : . Activities:
Drama Club, Pep Club.
MARILYN CLAIRE UNRATH "Mar"
likes to talk . . . iovial . . . complexion . . . dramatic . . . South
Dakota memories . . .very sincere . . , Activities: Freshmen Choir,
Sophomore Choir, A Capella 3,4, Drama Club, Art Club, R.A.C., Pep
Club, Latin Club.
NANCY ANNE VANDERHORST "Nancy"
cowbell . . . distinctive laugh . . . one in a million . . . packs a
punchl . . . money! moneyl moneyl . . . great friend. Activities:
Class Treasurer I,2,3,4, R,A.C., B 8. G 3, G.A.C., Log Business Man-
ager, Drama Club, Class Council 3,4, Pep Club, Luther Singers 4,
Girls Service Club, Freshmen Choir, Sophomore Choir, A Capella 3,4,
Banquet Committee 3, Intramurals.
JUDITH ANNE VANDLIK "Judy"
sincere girl . . . very co-operative . . . reat dresser . . . questionsl
. . . Activities: G.A.C., Ceramics Club, Banquet Committee, R.A.C.,
Bowling Club, Pep Club, Senior Science Club, Latin Club, Freshmen
Choir, Sophomore Choir, A Capella 3,4.
WILLIAM JOHN WACHHOLZ "Bill"
seen but not heard . . . likes to sleep in class . . . ambition: wants
to be a radio and television technician.
MAYNARD WALL "Maynard"
carrot top . . . plays piano . . . won't be rushed . . . stays in the
background . . . ambition: wants to be a naval air pilot.
ELWOOD PHILLIP WALMSLEY "Woody"
rugged type . . . loves the outdoors . . . b'and hair . . . ambition:
to be a chief forester.
JUDITH AUGUSTA WATSON "Judy"
freckles . . . artistic . . . has lots of luckl . . . dreamy look . . .
Activities: library assistant I,2,3,4, Handicraft Club.
WALTER WEART "Wally"
glasses . . . hard guy? . . . carefree . . . easy going.
JOANN MARILYN WEHOFER "Joann"
oldest twin . . . talks constantly . . . nice clothes. Activities: Baton
Twirler 2,3, Freshmen Choir, Hall Guard, Kitchen Crew.
JOYCE MARLENE WEHOFER "Joyce"
shy . . . "rather" . . . nice clothes, too . . . dimples. Activities:
Baton Twirler 2,3, Freshmen Choir, Hall Guard.
LORRAINE HELEN STOCKINGER "Laurie"
true-blue . . . dramatic . . . loves to laugh . . . sweet gal . . . color-
ful-"red" . . . Activities: Drama Club, Senior Science Club, R.A.C.,
Sophomore Choir, A Capella 3.
GENE CARL STRANG "Gene"
polite . . . quiet . . , interested in chemistry . . . seems to take life
as it comes.
KAREN TERESA SUCKOW "Kar"
pretty long blond hair . . . Eddie's better half . . . pleasant person-
ality . . . wants to be a secretary. Activities: G.A.C., Freshmen
Choir, Sophomore Choir, A Capella 3, Pep Club, R.A.C.
WAYNE MELVIN SUNDERLIN "Porky"
good looking . . . casual . . . be-bop . . . cars . . . Activities: Foot-
ball 2, Basketball 1,2
MARGARET SWEENEY "M-urge"
beautiful complexion . . . merry . . . lunl fun! funl . . . ambition: to
be a nurse . . . real neat girl.
JUDITH STARR THIELE "Judy"
baby doll face . . . Bob . . . diligent worker . . . serious type? . . .
sparkling eyes . . . Activities: Band l,2,3,4, R.A.C., Senior Science
Club, Log-Assistant Editor, Girls Service Club.
RICHARD RAYMOND WEISS "Dick"
chauffeured Cadillac . . . future businessman . . . one of the
DIANE CLAIRE WENZEL "Wenzel Babe"
neat gal. . . wears sharp clothes . . . hard worker . . . water skiing
. . . Activities: Pep Club: Hall Guard: Banqueft Committee.
DAVID ALLAN WERNER "Dave"
"Mr. Touchdown" . . . Oh, that walk! . . . Sophomore girl . . .
enthusiastic . . . all around fella . . . Activities: Football l,2,3,4,
Basketball l,2,4: Baseball 3,47 Key Club 3,45 Pep Club: Lettermans
Club 2,3,4: Freshmen Choir, Sophomore Choir, A Capella 3,41
Luther Singers 4.
KENNETH DAVID WERTZ "Ken"
Likeable guy . . . witty sense of humor . . . chief cook and bottle
washer . . . Activities: Camera Club: Bowling Club: Library Assistant:
Kitchen Crew 2,3,4, A Capella 4.
JACK EDWARD WHITE "Jack"
Athletic . . . one swell guy . . . Marla . . . track record-breaker . . .
Activities: Football 2,3,4p Basketball l,2,3,4: Track I,2,3,4: R.A.C.y
Lettermans Club 3,4.
JAMES HENRY WIERZBA "Jim"
Wise cracks . . . not very talkable . . . wants to be an engineer.
M. JANENE WILLIAMS "Willy"
Mysterious first name . . . wise remarks . . unusually quiet . . .
Activities: Hall Guard 2.
KAY MARCIA WILLIAMSON "Kay"
Likes to complain . . . loud . . . outside clubs . . . ambition: to be
a nurse. Activities: G.A.C.p Bowling Club.
WILLIAM CHRIS WOEBEL "Bill"
Appears silent . . . nice guy . . . blond hair . , . spends most of
his time out of school . . . model trains. Activities: Track 3,4.
CURTIS FREDRICK WOESSNER "Curt"
Camera fiend . . . tennis anyone? . . . model trains . . . Activities:
Senior Science Club: Art Club: Camera Club, Proiectors Cluby A
Capella Choir 3,4.
SHARON KAY WOOD "Share"
Sharp gal! . . . pretty eyes . . . soft voice Activities: G.A.C.y
CAROLE ANN GALLIK "Annie"
Sarcastic manner . . . unusual hair style . . . piercing eyes . . .
JAMES GUNDERSON "Jim"
Carsl carsl carsl . . . nice fella . . . likes to read interesting books.
JOESEPH GUARNERY "Joe"
Loves to argue . . . mad scientist . . . white shirts.
WERNER PLATE "George"
Lange's friend . . . ambitious? . . . shoe salesman.
KENNETH WILLIAM SCHWARZ "Rusty"
Future electrician . . . carrot top . . . black slacks.
DENNIS ADAM URBAN "Denny"
Short . . . one of the group . . . wants to be an electrician . . .
Activities: Bowling Cluby "The Curious Savage" 4.
WILLIAM R. ZIRZOW "Bill"
Monotone . . . very very quiet.
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Left to right: Herb Hoefer, Vice-President, Tom Petersen, Treasurer, Gisa Voigt
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.IUNIORS HAVE A BUSY YEAR
The iuniors are now walking the path of life.
As they begin to mature, they come to realize the
responsibility which faces them in the future.
The iunior year is one full of excitement. It offers
class rings, produces a class play, and plans a banquet.
But best of all, above responsibility and excitement,
the iuniors have come to know their Savior better.
They are now starting to show good signs that they
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goals and strive to "Walk Together With God".
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ROW l: Friedel Acker, Chuck Adkins, Barbara
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Chuck Alm, Bruce Andersen
ROW 2: Marla Andresen, Gretchen Andrus,
Burnette Ardagh, Barbara Sue Babiar, Daniel
Bacchiere, Paul Bacon, Del Bahn
ROW 3: Gordon Bahnsen, Arvin Ballert, Nils
Eric Bark, Bruce Bartels, Ron Bartz, Carl Bauer,
ROW 4: Myrna Benson, Jeanette Berg, Pot
Bergeson, Linda Bergt, Helmut Betcher, Ruth
Binder, Linda Bobeng
ROW 5: Wally Bock, Gale Bohanan, Ken Bohl,
Bob Bonow, Rich Bonow, Charles Born, Frank
ROW 6: Carl Braack, Ruth Braun, Karen Brelnig,
Susan Briggs, Constantine Bruns, Darleen Buck,
ROW 7: Bill Carlson, Buddy Carpenter, Helene
Chaveriat, Larry Christiansen, Carolyn Clesen,
George Colletti, Tom Cousins
ROW 8: Dorothy Dahlquist, DiAnn Danzer, Judy
Day, Dianne Debs, Clifford DeCherrie, Pat Det-
loff, Cliff Diehl
ROW 9: Charles Dietz, JoAnn Durkovic, Roberta
Ebel, Dave Ebert, Floyd Edwards, Frank Ehllng,
ROW 'lO: Ken Eilken, John Eliasik, John Enge-
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ROW 4: Carolynn Hardt, Ken Hartkopf, Ted
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ROW 2: Kennelh Lung, Doris Lulinski, Bonnie
Lynn, Kay Mahler, Georgiana Maier, Barbara
Maiewski, Bob Molm
ROW 3: Jeanne Marose, Eslher Marlen, Bill
Mallsey, Dick Maxwell, Nancy Meger, Pal Meier,
ROW 4: Paul Mohrhardl, Nancy Monlelbano,
Karen Montgomery, Ron Moravick, Dale Muehl-
schlegel, Carol Mueller, Fred Mueller
ROW 5: Ray Nalzke, Bill Nehls, Bob Neubeclc,
Howard Niemulh, Don Nordeen, Bill Oppenlan-
der, Don Palmeler
ROW 6: Donna Palmeler, Sharon Pascale, Jeri-
lynn Pergande, Tom Pelersen, Edna Peirusek,
Gail Pomrenke, John Raffay
ROW 7: Dawn Rahlls, Ron Rauch, Margaret
Rouser, Elsa Rehfuss, Carol Rhode, Dianne
Richerl, Karla Rieder
ROW 8: Elaine Rohm, Carol Roll, Bruce Roxen-
quisl, Marilyn Roller, Kevin Ruhnke, Roger Ryan,
ROW 9: Jerry Solar, Joanne Saval, Chris Scha-
den, Sallyann Schiemann, Jim Schiller, Chuck
Schmidt, Ed Schmidt
ROW 10: John Schmidl, Reinhold Schmldl,
Siegriech Schmidl, Jim Schmil, Carol Schneider,
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ROW I: Bob Schumacher, Jan Seefeldt, Lynn
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Springston, Carol Steinke
ROW 2: Robert Stevens, Lee Stocker, John
Struck, Dennis Streich, Annette Sutfern, Jerry , .
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PLAN JUNICR-SENIOR BANQUET
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Lutz, Gary Mehl, Walter Mundinger, Pete Pustorino, Michael Schumacher, Josephine
Trute, Gerry Zielke
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Left to right: Bill Fick, President, Judy Arndt, Secretaryi .loan Schwerman,
Treasurer: Dick Schiewe, Vice-President.
SOPHOMORES ARE THE
HAPPY- GO - LUCKY CLASS
The sophomores have now adapted themselves
to their surroundings, and they seem to show this by
their attitude. On the verge of becoming upper class-
men, the sophomores will now start the final test to
determine whether they are capable of fulfilling the
Mixed in with parties and lots of fun, they begin
to develop a serious attitude about their Christian
education. For now they are learning that the greatest
requirement is being God's child.
They can see from the upper classmen, and they
can hear from their teachers that to fulfill this require-
ment one must "Walk Together With God".
A good time was had by alll
ROW l: Mary Adam, Judie Allstrom, Keith Alm, Paul Ander-
son, Richard Anderson, Judy Arndt
ROW 2: Roger Babillo, Herb Baisch, David Bales, Rosemarie
Bunk, Diane Barczykowski, Karen Barlel
ROW 3: Evelyn Bartlett, Carole Beck, Ruth Behnke, Wally
Benedeck, Allan Benson, Ron Berg
ROW 4: Sue Berger, Susan Bergmann, Darlene Bernuu, Jill
Beutlich, Jeanette Blanken, Sue Block
ROW 5: Joanne Boehm, David Borck, Janet Boyd, David
Brainard, JoAnn Bresinger, Henry Bruckner
ROW 6: Janet Buelow, Judy Burmeisler, Janice Calkins, Calvin
Callahan, Don Campana, Phil Cappilelli
ROW 7: Florence Choske, Larry Christensen, Virginia Clark,
Karen Conrad, Carol Cook, Pat Cubak
ROW 8: David Danielson, Sharon Deutcher, Diane Dewberry,
Ernie Doering, Ted Doering, Judy Doumont
ROW 9: Barbara Edler, Bob Ehlert, Joan Eichslaedt, Karen
Elilt, Tom Esbrook, Catherine Faber
ROW l0: Bill Fick, Alice Foerstel, Joyce Foreman, Anita
Forssell, Claudette Frick, Don Fritz
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ROW l: Henry Fritz, Marion Gaber, Dan Garlner, Dorolhy
Gebhardt, Howard Geier, Kurt Geier
ROW 2: Glenn Geweke, Phil Gieseke, Susan Gipperlh, Don
Goudie, Joanne Grabowy, Lesler Grakauski
ROW 3: Kathryn Grasz, Ron Grelhe, Ken Grosch, Rulh
Gruelzmacher, Clara Haag, David Hagen
ROW 4: Barbara Haines, Karen Hamillon, Linnea Hanan,
George Hansen, Jeff Hansen, Lorain Hansen
ROW 5: George Haslen, Bill Hauslein, Don Haye, Jerry
Heidlauf, Carol Heidorn, Mark Heidorn
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ROW 8: James Janos, Mary Jensen, Marlene Jorgensen, Jim
Kaub, Karen Kerpen, Barbara Kerwilh
ROW 9: Harry Kessell, Bill Kesller, Janine Kienzle, Karen
Kier, Marilyn Kimske, Rulh Kinast
ROW lO: Paul Kinney, Judy Kinniburgh, Gloria Kirkpalrick.
Bill Klolz, Terry Koch, Howard Koepp
"May I have a picture of you?"
ROW 1: Randy Kopeny, Karol Kornrumpf, Judy Kramer,
Jeanette Krauss, James Kregg, Karen Kressmann
ROW 2: Ron Kukis, Bill Lackland, Richard Lang, Lorelei
Lange, Jim Leeney, Nicole Lehne
ROW 3: Armin Lehning, Dorothy Lerner, Richard Lichtenhagen,
Herbert Lienenbrugger, Charlotte Lier, Karen Lindemann
ROW 4: Pat Loewe, Denise Logan, Judy Lombardo, Sue Lund,
Ardith Luulmy, Genevieve Maegdlin
ROW 5: Janice Maisel, Anita Manske, Robert Marker, Ron
Marten, Kathy Martens, Wayne Mase
ROW 6: Pat McDaniel, Bob McNally, Joe McPherrin, Marlene
Messerxchmidt, Elisabeth Meyer, Ken Meyer
ROW 7: Richard Meyer, Wilbur Meyer, Rhoda Michaelson,
Robert Miller, Dave Mitchell, Mary Mohrhardt
ROW 8: Harry Mowery, Mary Mulder, Sharon Muscat, Carol
Nasby, Carolyn Nasheim, Nancy Nexheim
ROW 9: Betty Ann Neumann, Shirley Neumann, Elfie Lynn
Nielsen, Janet Nielxen, Dick Niemeyer, Mariorie Nordbrock
ROW IO: Ray Oberdas, lngeborg Otto, Dennis Pande,
Valentine Pantyuch, Marilyn Panzer, Wallace Panzer
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ROW l: Karen Swenson, Mary Beth Tank, Nancy Theeslield,
Betty Thompson, Charmaine Thompson, Karen Thoms
ROW 2: Janet Thorson, Dennis Tierney, Diane Tillman,
Robert Tincu, Eleanor Todter, Richard Traversa
ROW 3: Nancy Troester, Carlene Tuisl, Bev Tuttle, Hertha
Uniewski, Jeff Urquhart, Carolyn Voght
ROW 4: Linda Voigt, Bill Voss, Ken Wagner, Dick Wall,
Sharon Wallace, Mark Waltz
ROW 5: Lois Warnke, Richard Wegehaupl, Bob Weglarz,
Jerry Wegner, Evelyn Wekenborg, Ed Wendel
ROW 6: Delmar Werner, Carol Westerberg, Wayne Wiberg,
John Wiedemann, linda Wilczynxki, Dick Williams
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Hnrbxt, Susan Johns, David Kucera, Gerry Lanio, Chris Malott, John Mehrholx, Robert
Schusler, Dale Schumacher
Left to right Lee Thornton, Vice President, Pat Simonides, Treasurerg Arlene Blanche,
Secretary Jim Dau, President.
FRESHMEN BEGIN A NEW ADVENTURE
The freshmen, as usual, are new and inexperi-
enced. They are full of new ideas and ambitions when
they start high school, but as they become adiusted
to their surroundings, their ideas change. Along with
this follows a new area of freedom, this freedom
changes from day to day as they begin to mature.
Nevertheless, it represents a search for ideals, and
from this many will succeed to finish high school,
many will learn, many will receive a foundation of
faith, and, best of all, many will "Walk Together
"l'd advise . . ."
ROW l: Lois Ahrndt, Colvin Akre, Corinne Akre, Margie
Allstad, Don Anderson, Gail Anderson
ROW 2: Linnea Anderson, Richard Andrews, Sam Bobiar,
Dove Bacon, Barbara Baermann, Leonie Baldewein
ROW 3: Peggy Banner, Sonia Lou Burk, Anna Barlow, Eileen
Bechtold, Sharon Behm, Larry Behrens
ROW 4: Nelson Behrens, Julie Berger, Karen Bergmann,
Janis Bernsee, Arlene Biever, Evelyn Biring
ROW 5: Arlene Blanche, Bill Blashke, Bette Bobeng, Russell
Bock, Dennis Bohn, Fred Bonke
ROW 6: Phil Bredehorn, Lynn Bruckner, Mike Bruns, Robert
Buck, Al Buerger, Michael Bugiel
ROW 7: Andy Burkhout, James Bzdusek, Bill Cade, Dick
Calhoun, Kenneth Carlson, Roger Carlsen
ROW 8: Jack Cesar, Bill Clark, George Cook, Frank Crotty,
Joan Curley, Sharon Curtin
ROW 9: George Danner, Elizabeth Dasler, .limmy Dau,
Jacquelynn DeCarlo, Henry Dehne, Roger Dittmann
ROW IO: Douglas Dostert, James Drath, Jerry Eggers, Lenard
Eisele, Carl Ekx, Tom Elkins
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ROW l: Marianne Elsner, Diana Engmann, Pal Evenhouse,
Timolhy Foss, Vera Fausl, Marly Felcan
ROW 2: Nancy Fieck, Sally Fiedler, Karen Flscher, Mary
Filzpalrick, Clyde Foster, Peler Franck
ROW 3: Bob Freres, John Gabriel, John Gahl, Marlene
Gangler, Don Garcia, Warren Garthwail
ROW 4: George Gaux, David Genlzen, Joyce Ghilardi, Fat
Gibbons, Dennis Gieseke, Ule Gillessen
ROW 5: Lynne Globe, Karen Goehrke, Donna Grenn, Roberl
Groble, Gordon Grosch, Bill Groskopf
ROW 6: Ed Guetiler, Rulh Haas, Bob Hoerlel, Allen Hagen,
Melvin Hagen, Lois Hagenauer
ROW 7: Elaine Halama, Rilva Hallen, Bruce Halvorsen, Ed
Hansen, Pal Harris, Richard Heidom
ROW 8: Linda Helsper, Erika Henkel, June Hennix, Roger
Heftel, Lorie Hessenlhaler, Karen Hildebrandt
ROW 9: Marilyn Hirsch, John Hoffmann, Donna Houcek, Pal
Householder, Lee Ischinger, Don Jacobsen
ROW 10: Bob Jensen, Karen Jenssen, Jean Jenski, Chuck
Jeschke, Belle Jayne Johnson, Bob Johnson
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Carl Kahlleldl, Norm Keksladl, Kathy Kelsey
ROW 2: Karon Kempf, Judy Kindness, Roberta Klaulsch, 4-,N '53
Sheldon Klemm, Nancy Knickels, Liliane Koenig ' ,gg . '. I Q Y
ROW 3: Klaus Koelke, Marly Kolar, Mitchell Koper, Linda fwhiee iegdl f- J '-
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ROW I: Barbara Ann Novak, Charles Nyberg,
Nystal, Don Oberg, Chuck Oliver, Marlene Olsen
ROW 2: Barbara Olson, Donald Olson, Donna
Dennis Owca, Melinda Paine, Pat Pusternak
ROW 3: Elizabeth Penne, Tom Petersen, Emily Petersen,
Walter Petersen, Bob Pethes, Russell Pflieger
ROW 4: Tom Prais, Terry Proudfit, Irene Puder, Phil Quads,
Larry Quirk, Ted Rauser
gk ROW 5: Ken Rector, Ron Rector, Elise Rehberger, Linda
Rehfuss, Sharon Reinke, Carla Rentz
fn ROW 6: Russel Riedel, lynn Rode, Ken Rompf, Ernest Rosenow,
so ' Gale Rosenquist, Monika Runge
ROW 7: Bob Runge, Mike Ryden, Paul Samson, Dan Sass,
Walter Scherb, Karolyn Schillaci
W, Row 8: Wally Schmid, Bin schmiar, Helene schmiai, Lois
5 Schmidt, Vido Schmidt, Kurt Schmuck
lie: ROW 9: Mary Schroth, Larry Schubert, Ruth Schuhknecht,
Bob Schultz, Herb Schwarz, Dennis Scollay
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Would you please sign my Log?
ROW 1: Gary Spickerman, Ron Starck, Lorraine Steinke,
Nancy Stennfeld, Barbara Stermer, John Stetenfeld
ROW 2: Amalia Stieb, Judson Stocker, Jacque Stolz, Dorothy
Strandberg, Phil Streich, Ronald Strope
ROW 3: Judy Sufiern, Lester Swan, Christine Swanson,
Sandra Swearingen, Sandra Szymski, Bill Tempel
ROW 4: Dennis Templeton, Herb Teuber, Albert Thiele, Dan
Thiele, Frances Thompson, Lee Thornton
ROW 5: Kathy Thoss, Diane Tinley, Terry Tobias, Mary
Ann Toekelt, Gerry Trausch, Gerald Unziclser
ROW 6: John Varga, Ron Vician, Don Vogel, Jim Vonlehe,
Jerry Vrabel, Carol Wachholz
ROW 7: Margaret Wagner, Sandra Wahls, Roger Walker,
Dennis Walsh, Jenine Walter, Ed Wanatowltz
ROW lx Susan Watson, Sharon Wagner, Dennis Welker,
Wayne Wenzel, Edna Wenzlatt, Pete Wetterman
ROW 9: Paul Wierzba, Judy Wilson, Kay Wilson, Dick
Winski, Craig Wolfl, Henry Wulff
ROW IO: Joel Zeddies, Judy Zimmer, Richard Zobott, Barbara
CAMERA SHY: Linda Durkin, Ronald Elg, Kenneth Elsesser,
Judy Starck, Kenneth Waechter, Adeline Winkelmann
RECEIVE FIRST LOG
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Helen Jarosch, editor-in-chief
"Up and over"
Twas' the night before the 58'
LOG was to appear
There was excitement around
Luther, the yearbook was here!
The students placed their re-
ceipts in their wallets with care.
So they'd remember them next
day when the LOG would be
While Mr. Lange, who had
worked hard, good chap,
Had iust settled down for a long
The students, all eager, to the
bleachers were led,
While visions of the new year-
book danced on in their heads.
When onto the gym floor the
LOG staff did walk,
And about the new yearbook
proceeded to talk.
Judy Thiele, assistant editor
Courtesy of Gabrielsen Movers.
And what to our wondering eyes
But the 58' LOG, at last it was
What a relief to the students
whom secrets did irk.
Helen, Judy, Bev, LaVerne, Nan-
cy and Ray,
The LOG staff, in conclusion,
has one thing to say.
We've really had fun in com-
posing this book,
And we hope you enioy it as
Y through it you look.
Beverly Gabrielsen, copy editor Sshl Yearbook under construction!
LaVerne Auler, assistant copy editor Nancy VanderHorst, business manager Ray Geweke, assistant business manager Mr. Lange,
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Denny, LaVerne, Marty. Judy, Chuck, Al, Julie, Dick, Paula. Perry, George, Herb, Bill, Mary, Peggy, Mr. Treichel.
Appearing on this page, as can be seen,
ls the Student Council, in number fifteen.
As your representatives they try to maintain
The school spirit, which we all should retain.
Mr. Treichel, as advisor, tries to provide
The Student Council with advice as a guide.
Dennis Heidorn, as president, his iob does not shirk.
We thank him for his many hours of work!
Denny's "right hand" is Paula Albano.
As secretary, she types the minutes iust so.
lf you enioyed the Homecoming celebration this fall,
Thank your Council, in charge of it all.
Hall guards, lockers, conventions, student assembly,
These are some proiects they arranged for so ably.
Christmas trees, civic letters, and school halls all clean,
These proiects will always find the council on the
But, first and foremost, I'm sure you'll agree,
Christian spirit they maintain, most important to you
and to me.
left to right: LaVerne Auler, Peggy Banner, Judy Kemnitz, Herb Hoefer, Mr. Treichel, Paula Albano,
Perry Gulbrandsen, Dennis Heidorn, Bill Fick, Marty lschinger, Chuck Schmidt, Al Paschke, Mary Jensen,
George Colletti, Dick Winski, Julie Berger.
Mr. Duensing's Senior Homeroom 214,
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There's a group here at l.uther that works
To produce a sharp paper not once, but
The gals who make this possible are Judy
Both do their iob well, as best they can.
Mr.Lange3iob whhthem B advhoragam.
But his iob involves more each now and
VVorHng underthem are Hwee vhal dafh,
And they aH are made up of many good
Barbara and Conny present all the news,
They tell us of Lutherite don'ts and the do's.
Bob and JoAnn keep us posted on features,
Columns and tatHes about aH Luther!
Wes and Herb give us many sport scores,
And dong whh dlthk comesquhe a bH
Janet, the business manager, cares for
She keeps track of people who here
Chcdahon and tydng 9aHs do thdriob
They put final touches in the places that tell.
The staff sponsors skating parties, which
bdng us much fun,
And print our directory, which is also well
These people write articles for you and for
And we think there's no paper such as our
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Left to right: Judy Harders, editor-in-chief, Mr.
Lange, advisor, Jan Ebert, assistant editor, Janet
Lausch, business manager.
News Staff-ROW 2: Anne Tantius, Joann
Durkovic, Karen Conrad, Barbara Babiar, Inge-
ROW I: Barbara Gabrielson, editor, Connie
Bruns, assistant editor, Loretta Meyer, Jayne
Feature Staff- ROW 2: Joyce Hauser, Carolyn
Schrolh, Karen Elitt, Sue Lund.
ROW l: Al Paschke, Bob Horvat, editor, Bev
Linke, JoAnne Weydemann, assistant editor,
Courtesy of Mr. 8. Mrs. Earl A. Lausch.
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Barb Gabrielson, Editor
Constantine Bruns, Assistant
Anneliese Tantius Ingeborg Otto
Joann Durkovic Karen Conrad
Barb Babiar Lois Warnke
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Bob Horvat, Editor
JoAnne Weydemann, Assistant
Carolyn Schroth Bev Linke
Al Paschke Sue Lund
Jeff Herhold Joyce Hauser
Wes Baumann, Editor
H b Hoefer, Assistan
Bruce Westerberg Dottie Lerner
Marv Bauer Judy Lenz
Business Manager ........ Janet Lausch
Circulation Staff Lynn Siebel, Manager
Judy Day, Carol Mueller, Louann Wolf,
Ruth Selke, Ruth Gruetzmacher
Typists ................. Naomi Harks,
Marilyn Rotter, DiAnn Danzer, Josephine
Trute, Arlene Weith, Betty Thompson
Proofreaders ...,........ Lore Buerger,
Carol Nasby, Barb Haines
Sports Staff: Judy Lenz, Herb Hceler, assistant
n editor, Dotty Lerner,
editor, Wes Bauman,
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Typing Staff- ROW 2: 1
phine Trute, Marilyn Rotter, Lore Buerger, Carol
Weith, Betty Thomson, Naomi
ROW l: Arlene
Circulation Staff 8. Photographer-ROW 2:
Ruth Selke, Louann Wolff, Bob Jourgensen.
ROW 1: Judy Day, Lynn Siebel, manager, Ruth
Gructzmacher. Carol Mueller.
Courtesy of Mr. 8. Mrs. William Mandis.
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Lett to right: ROW 4: J. Engebretson, H. Hackemer, G. Kitch, F. Mueller, B. Schumacher
P. Lange, D. Streich, B. Matsey, G. Mehl, G. Holmbolm, M. Bauer, D. Werner, D. Krueger
P. Gulbrandsen, H. Hoefer, K. Woessner, W. Baumann, A. Hemler, W. Bock, K. Wertz
ROW 3: D. Kropke, L. Pett, D. Maxwell, G. Bahnsen, J. Fabry, J. Swanson, B. Horvat
E. Becker, B. Anderson, F. Woerner. R. Hirschman, L. Christiansen, R. Geweke, D. Heidorn
M. Johnstone, C. Schmidt, G. Colletti, B. Gulbrandsen, L. Stocker, T. Leno, B. Steinbach
P. Mohrhordt, B. Jourgensen.
ROW 2: G. Maier, C. Ahrndt, P. Detlofl, C. Clesen, J. Seefeldt, N. Montelbano, E
Konecnik, J. Berg, Y. Albrecht, G. Andrus, J. Lausch, H. Jarosch, S. Kamin, J. Vondlik
N. lackland, B. Gabrielsen, M. Unrath, J. Hauser, D. Hilstrom, J. Rice, A. Husberg
D. Fohlmeister, G. Romano, J. Hanert, A. Hagen, R. Ebel, J. Wagemann.
ROW 1: P. Rauser, B. Maiewski, P. Kelsey, J. Green, A. Tantiux, B. Thompson, C
Oesterreich, B. Sorensen, J. Ebert, N. Berreitter, P. Albano, Mr. Schroth, N. VanderHorst
D. lanoch, C. Corsini, C. McCandles, B. Ardaugh, G. Voight, C. Hardt, J. Lenz, J. Kemnitz
L. Hilger, G. Pomrenke.
In the music room, at 7:45, you will hear
The A Capella Choir rehearsing so near.
Maybe someday they will be heard all over the globe,
But now every member is proud of his blue and gold robe.
At practice they learn music and have such great fun.
Those In the choir are proud of the iob Mr. Schroth has done.
ls there a more beautiful way to serve the lord than in song?
That is why the choir's practices are hard and are long.
Courtesy of Thomsen's Bakeries.
6708 W Belmont l23 W. Northwest Highway
A brand new choir which was formed iust this year
Is the Girls Choir, pleasing to hear.
Some sixty iunior and senior girls they boast.
Of practice and hard work they make the most.
While learning to sing they have much fun,
And are aware for whom this is mainly done.
Left to right: ROW 4: K. Wildkatsch, L. Meyer, J. Kuhlmey, K. Holtorff, N. Quade, B.
Babiar, D. Hewelt, J. Rosene, B. Kopchinski, G. Bohanan, J. Durkovic, G. Fricke, M.
ROW 3: S. Koetke, M. Rotter, D. Voight, N. Johnson, S. Schiemann, D. Palmeter, S.
Fick, J. Trute, L. Fick, E. Krueger, B. Lynn, L. Keller, C. Mueller.
ROW 2: J. Harders, P. Kill, K. Topf, D. Ekstrom, R. Holtz, C. Messerschmidt, D. Donzer,
H. Bruckner, K. Klein, J. Kruto, D. Richert, E. Rehfuss.
ROW l: A. Krausman, N. Meger, C. Steinke, R. Muller, N. Koepe, Mr. Schroth, L. Siebel,
J. Peterson, R. Zimmerman, L. Auler, L. Leeney.
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The goal of these choirs is to be
Members of the A Cappella's history.
For the freshman it is a new and thrilling experience,
And the sophomores, in black and white robes, look neat
Willing sophomores and freshmen, music they are proud
to be making,
For they know opportunities wait for their taking.
And when they remember the main reason they've sung,
They will have satisfaction for a job well done.
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Courtesy of Mr. S Mrs. John K. Jana: and Family
These singers, as you all have been told,
Are all from the choirs singing under our banner,
At 7:20 each morning the Luther Singers begin their
And this alone proves they're truly loyal.
The sophomores, too, receive credit where due,
And all they attempt seems to prove this to you.
These groups practice well to praise His name.
This, as we know, is solely their aim.
Performing in concerts, many can see,
They are bringing fine music to you and me.
Left to right: ROW 2: D. Werner, P. Gulbrandsen, M.
Johnstone, D. Krueger, B. Horvat, H. Hoefer, L. Stocker, C.
Schmidt, G. Colletti, B. Gulbrandsen.
ROW 1: B. Thomson, P. Kelsey, J. Ebert, P. Albano, C.
Oesterreich, B. Sorensen, Mr. Schroth, H. Jarosch, S. Kamin,
B. Gabrielsen, D. Lanoch, N. VanderHorst.
Left to right: ROW 2: C. Huth, W. Benedick, B. Lackland,
P. Gieseke, D. Danielson, M. Waltz, L. Smith, A. Pcschke,
ROW lc C Ncsby, M. Tonk, C. Schroth, B. Kerwith, Mr.
Schroth, R. Bank, J. Blanken, A. Foerstel, A. Mcnske, J.
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Let. to right: ROW lz M. Heidorn, G. Geweke, N. Schriener, C. Schmidt, W. Baumann, president,
D, Werner, J. Herhold, B Steinbach, G. Colletti,
ROW 2: Mr. Hass, T. Hartl, M. Johnstone, R. Geweke, B. Westerberg, B. Fick, M. Bauer, J.
Geheb, C. Pfeiffer, P. Gulbrandsen, Mr. Yursky.
K is for the Kiwanis Club which gives them their name.
E is for the efficiency which is their aim.
Y is for the youthful attitude they hope to maintain.
C is for the civic work they do.
L is for the loyalty they offer to you.
U is for the unity for which they strive.
B is for brotherhood that they provide.
A very different club this year,
Their motto is, "Whotsoever ye do, do to the glory ls one fhafls iusg been Sforfed here.
of God." lt contains twenty girls willing to serve,
And 0l0'19 fhls POW 'he bc-'YS have lmd- And from this aim they do not swerve.
Some of their proiects were "Mardi Gras" and
But these aren't mainly for what they strive.
Just helping orphans is something they treasure,
And serving people gives them pleasure.
Whatever they do, they do it with their might,
And they try to do this exactly right.
Courtesy of the Key Club.
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ROW 2: R. Muller, J. Ebert, J. Thiele, J. feterson, N, VanderHorst, G. Pomrenke.
ROW 3: B. Sorensen, P. Mandis, J. Berg, J. Kuhlmey, J. Wagemann, J. Weydemann, l. Buerger,.
P. Albano not pictured.
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Left to right: ROW I: A. Tontius, B. Ardaugh, M. Gerhauser, A.
Weith, M. Hardt, D. Koepp, J. Ebert, N. VanderHorst, J. Benson
L. Heuser, R. Muller, G. Pomrenke, E. Rehtuss, Rev. Thies.
ROW 2: P. Mohrhordt, B. Steinbach, B. Thompson, A. Hasselman
K. Topf, L. Auler, C. Rhode, S. Koetke, V. Kubik, J. Travis, G. Maier
J. Thiele, J. Swanson, J. Peterson.
ROW 3: L. Leeney, K. Rieder, C. Hardt, A. Giesler, N. Berreitter
A. Knudsen, L. Buerger, B. Bohn, C. Ahrndt, C. Koepp, J. Bingham,
H. Bruckner, J. Harders, E. Konecnik, J. Kemnitz, J. Pergande
ROW 4: D. Danzer, L. Fick, C. Mueller, L. Hillger, J. Lenz, B
Sorensen, C. Oesterreich, B. Gabrielsen, N. Johnson, J. LeMay, M
hotter, ti. Linke, A. Husberg, J. Long, C. Clesen.
ROW 5: E. Gavert, J. Lausch, S. Fick, G. Totman, M. Andresen, N
Lacklond, J. Wagemann, G. Andrus, B. Gabrielson, J. Seefeldt,
J. Berg, L. Meyer, J. Rice, J. Gordon, J. Vandlik.
ROW 6: Y. Albrecht, B. Kapchinski, B. Babiar, K. Breinig, H
Hackemer, D. Maxwell, B. Dehlin, R. Geweke, president, D.
Behling, H. Hoeter, A. Feddersen, B. Jourgensen, J. Rosene, H
Jarosch, J. Kuhlmey.
Left to right: Seated: G. Pomrenke, J. Doumont, S. Swearingen
P. Householder, K. Fischer, E. Miller, E. Rehtuss, K. Johnson, K
ROW la R. Zimmerman, J. Eichstaedt, A. Weith, D. Hilstrom, K
Tapt, D. Fohlmeister, N. Berreitter, K. Grandt, Mr. Matthews, L
Fick, C. Clesen, J. Hauser, D. Bernau, J. Travis, I. Otto, A. Tantius
ROW 2: N. VanderHorst, J. Harders, B. Gubrielsen, J. Schwerman
C. Schroth, K. Martins, J. Kemnitz, M. Nordbrock, B. Thompson
L. Sotiler, M. Rotter, J. Maegdlin, A. Stiebe, E. Konecnik, K. Rieder
N. Zarnt, K. Swenson, M. Schultz, J. Ebert, J. Thiele.
ROW 3: B. Schassburger, D. Seraski, R. Hirschmann, H. Hockemer,
P. Gulbrandsen, W. Wiberg, K. Hewelt, B. Koenig, M. Householder
president, D. Williams, D. Streich, L. Klemm, F. Mueller, H. Niemuth
T. Krenek, B. Neubeck, A. Hemler, T. Tobias, B. Helmkamp, B. Nehls
D. Kropke, K. Hartkopt, B. Nystul, B. Miller, C. Bruns, D. Bales
ROW 4: J. Seefeldt, L. Stockinger, J. Bingham, R. Bank, L. Voigt
L. Meyer, J. Berg, Y. Albrecht, B. Kapchinski, J. Krauss, H. Jarosch
J. Kuhlmey, J. Wagemann, J, Rice, S. Fick, C. Pethes, C. Mueller
RELIGION ACTIVITIES CLUB
Back in action again this year
ls the R.A.C., one of the most important clubs here.
Among their many projects is Youth Retreat Day,
About this many fine things we say.
Sponsoring lectures and movies so all can hear
Of priceless Christian good will and cheer.
Courtesy of St. Lucas Cemetery.
Plays and props and little skits,
ls the drama club in little bits,
At meetings the stage is roundly discussed,
And to future actors this is a must.
If you like the big theater in proper reductions,
Be sure to see A.C.M. productions.
Left to riqlit' ROW 2: Rev. Mohrhcirdt, B.
Heihold, S. Bobiar, J. Lichner, Mr. Derer.
Lclt to viqht: ROW I: E. Petrusek, J. Durkovic,
B Bobior, J. Soval, G. Mujer.
'tBuenos Dios, Senor,"
X't'h:1t ore these clubs for?
To teoch customs of other countries,
we ore told,
And hc'p its members these longuoges
Left to right: ROW 3: R. Krouch, C. Bauer,
K. Geier, H. Mowery, A. Hemler, A. Hill, J.
Wotson, D. Maxwell, R. Geweke, T. Esbrook,
B. Fick, G. Mehl, M. Buxlin, H. Hoeler, P.
Bocon, R, Morovick, H. Kessell, D. Streich, B.
Jacey, C. Alm, C. Schmidt.
Lett to right: ROW 2: K. Martens, J. Blonken,
K. Conrad, K, Grondt, E. Gavert, J. Vandlik,
J Wagemann, J. Kuhlmey, S. Schiemann, J.
Durkovic, S. Briggs, K. Breinig, B. Babior, B,
Gobrie.son, M. Andresen, J. LeMoy, B. Linke,
K. Montgomery, P. Wekenborg, S. Holecek, N.
Zarndt, M. Mohrhordt, Rev. Mohrhardt.
Leti' to right: ROW l: S. Bergmann, D. Lerner,
M. Adam, B. Thomson, N. Berreitter, J. Kemnitz
J. Boyd, J. Thorson, C. Hordt, A. Monske, G.
Moier, M. Pretzel, M. Jensen, M. Mulder.
Left to right: Seated: B. Steinbach, A. Paschlce
R. Michoelson, D. Hilstrom, J. Leeney, P.
ROW 3: E. Konecnik, D. Schultz, D. Richter, T
Koronda, T. Howe, B. Westerberg, D. Fleischer
M. Householder, P Gulbrowdsen, W. Larson
Left to right: ROW 2: J. Kinniburgh, B. Herhold
J. Lousch, H. Uniewske, P. Pustorino, J. Rice
Y Albrecht, C. Bruns, A. Lussky.
Left to right' ROW I: M. Schlutz, J. Maisel, B
Steinbach, L. Auler, C. Oes'erreich, T. Peterson
J. Eichstaedt, V. Clark, Rev. Molirhordt.
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lt-fi to right: ROW 2: J. Horders, D. Donzer, Lois Heuser, B. Bohn, J. Vundlik, J. Schmidt,
B Gulbrundscn, C. Woessnei, A. Fedderson, D. Kempf, T. Cousins, B. Horvct, T. Waech
R. Hess, B. Heimkqmp, K. Hartkopf. I
lm-ft to siqht: ROW l: P. Garrett, A. Husberq, R. Hirschman, J. Long, Mr. Tornowski, A.
Gin-s'vi, J. Benson, M. Gerhouser,
Flasks, test tubes, and bunsen burnersg
Are things of use to this club's learners.
The above mentioned are involved in work they do.
And it can be most interesting to me and you.
If on a table you should find microscopes and slides,
Then you know here is where the Biology Club 'bides.
One useful performance they enioy is dissecting,
But the marvels of life is what they're inspecting.
Courtesy of Senior Science Club
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Left to right: ROW 2: Mr. Dorn, B. l.'.ilier, W. Garthwait, F. Kirchner, T. Hartl, A. Lehning,
Left to right: ROW l: Mr. Betiermann, S. Wallace, E. Dasler, R. Hirschmann, D. Seroski, l.
Baldewein, R. Sass.
On the subiect of cameras and what must be known
About them, at meetings the members are shown.
If you are interested in the field of photography,
Then o member of this club you should certainly be.
Lett to right: ROW 3: P. Bacon, 8. Nystol, M. Householder, G. Mehl, G. Menninger, R. Helmkamp,
H. Hoefer, R. Martin.
Left to right: ROW 2: T. Peterson, J. Schmidt, B. Jacey, B. Westerberg, K. Hartkopf, A. Feddersen,
Left to right: ROW l: Mr. Fischer, R. Troble, Chuck Ditz, lpresidentl S. Babiar, H. Schwartz.
Lett to right: Seated: C. Bruns, J. Hoffman.
Playing chess did you say?
Well, let me tell you that you
You won't hear these players
attempt to boast,
But enioy playing chess to the
Everyone who receives a letter for a sport
ls in this club, and to an initiation must resort.
A bunch ot guys with fun as their aim,
The Letterman's Club is their name.
CLUB ri Lett to right: ROW 3: M. Bauer
W. Arndt, B. Westerberg, D
Maina, D. Tetze, G. Menninger
B. Staiger, F. Acker, Cliff Diehl
W. Baumann, H. Hoefer, J. White
D. Richter, N. Bark, Mr. Everly.
Left to right: ROW 2: J. Geheb,
N. Roder, A. Nemeth, P. Gul
brandsen, R. Hupke, J. Sievert,
B, Jourgensen, P. Pustorino, F
Grosch, R. Gahl, B. Koenig, B fr
Jacey, Mr. Blecks.
Left to right: ROW l: K. Hurlkopf,
D. Werner, M. Ischinger, K. Asmus,
C. Alm, C. Schmidt, D. Fritz, A
Nelson, W. Gangler, D. Bahn, K.
Grosch, G. Colletti,
Left to right: ROW 5: P. Bacon
E, Schmidt, R. Moravick, T. Hartl
J. Geheb, T. Howe, F. Reichelt
N. Manske, G. Malchow, D. Peters
B, McCanna, C. Linder, L. Klemm
H. Betcher, H. Hoeter.
Left to right: ROW 4: E. Clemen-
son, B. Revere, F. Woerner, J
Watson, P. Koebel, B. Bechtold
B. Ehrenberg, R. Berg, M. Schuma
der, P. Gulbrandsen, D. Gartner
W. Perlick, W. Vehrs, K. Hewelt
N. Kressman, K. Asmus.
Lett to right: ROW 3: R. Stark
L. Smerlinq, D. Werner, D. Cam
pana, N. Schreiner, R. Bonow, D
Dattalo, K. Wertz, R. Meyer, R
Bonow, W. Gangfer, A. Nelson
A, Benson, J, Janos.
left to right: ROW 2: A. Greinke
K. Grandi, C. Oesterreich, J
Lausch, C. Clesen, L. Fick, K
Conrad, B. Kerwith. R. Ebel, K
Wildkatsch, K. Henschel, N. Horks
J. Hanert, G. Gaieske, N. Koeppe
loft to right: ROW l: Mr. Yursky
C. Wolff, J. Vrabel, N. Berreitter,
K. Klein, N. Zarnt, L. Ryden, R
Kukis, A. Lussky, J. Kinniburgh
K. Martins, D. Jacobsen, J. Boehm
C. Prueter, R. Pflieger,
There's a game l'm sure you'll find is fun,
One which is enioyed by everyone.
They try very hard to knock down pins,
Blcnchek Super Mm, Mon, Add these up, and the best team wins.
Left to right: ROW 3: P. Pustorino, l
Klemm, H. Geier, R, Mehl, J. Eggers, M
Buxtin, L. Fell, B. Lackland, B. Blashke
Left to right: ROW 2: Mr. Sthleusener
H. Schwartz, M. Bruns, G. Grosch, R
Carlsen, A. Treptow, R. Hess, B. Jourgen
sen, B. Kruser, B. Groskopf, R. Zobctt
Left to fight: Row 1: G. Coueni, G
Guus, P. Mohrhcrdt, W. Pautsch, C
Left to right: ROW 3: K. Kelsey, B
Krcbbe, J. Watson, K. Pethes, K. Thoss
D. Hewelt, N, Johnson, N. Montelbuno
S. Schuettpelz, L. Fick, R. Haas.
Left to right: ROW 2: K. Klein, C. Ahrndt
B. Stermer, S, Watson, R. Krause, C
Swanson, B. Edler, J. Hauser.
Left to right: ROW I: A. Weith, E. Meyer
S. Halper, Mrs. Nyvall, K. Topf, A
Foerstel, S. Semrow.
Go - Cats - Go
A familiar chant, not too slow.
We cheer our team to victory,
We like to yell, can't you see?
Programs, ushers, assemblies and such,
All our iob, we work so much.
In our white blouses we look very neat.
When cheering for L.H.N., we can't be beat!
Have you ever had a Hall Guard's task-
With suspicion for a hall pass ask?
Be glad we have these kids on the beam.
They keep our halls so clear and clean.
Left to right: ROW 4: B. Schumacher, C. Born, A. Feddersen, B. Bechtold, R. Hess, D. Kempf,
G. Mehl, B. Westerberg, B. Neubeck, R. Geweke, L. Fell, D. Behling, K. Ruhnke.
Leli to right: ROW 3: J. Mattsey, E. Thundberg, C. Woessner, P. Garrett, P. Mandix, C.
McCandles, J. Rice, H. Uniewske, A. Ballert, R. Reuch, W. Springston, T. Peterson.
Left to right: ROW 2: G. Maier, V. Kubik, J. Wehofer, P. Cubak, L. Nehls, J. Long, J. Wehofer,
J. Ebert, M. Pruser, M. Gaber, N. Lehne.
Lett lo right: ROW l: S. Wallace, F. Chask, S. Lund, D. Lerner, C. Hardt, L. Hillger, J. Doumonl.
These library assistants, bleacher boys, and kitchen crew,
Work so hard around Luther, for me and for you.
Lett to right: ROVV 2: K. Wertz, G. Mehl
J. Engebretson, T. Hartl, Mrs. Halvorsen
Miss Locht, Mrs. Oehimann, Miss Web
stev, Mrs. Kolial.
Lett to right: ROW I: M. Householder,
D. Werner, J. Boehm, J, Petersons, P
Lett to right: ROW 2: J, Burmeister, L.
Krist, A. Tantius, K. Johnson, R. Zimmer-
mann, J. Boehm, J, Trute, D. Fohlmeister,
E. Gavert, J. Bingham, B. Kapchinski,
H. Jarosch, W. Zirzow, B. Peterson, J.
Seefeldt, L. Sattler, J. Watson, A, Hus
berg, M. Rotter.
Left to right: ROW I. Mr. Hartmann, G.
Pomrenke, B. Thompson, L. Siebel, N.
Berreitter, C. Clesen, S. Burk, K. Rieder,
S, Watson, S, Holecek, M. Pretzel.
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Springston, ROW 3: D. Urban, G. Bahn-
sen, D. Krupke.
Left to right: ROW 2: T. Koranda, W.
Mundinger, D. Faber.
Left to right: ROW I: F. Bcuron, E.
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Left to right: ROW 3: Mr. Yursky, Mr. Schluesener, R. Hupke, M. Buxtin, D. Hagen, G. Menninger, G.
Mehl, D. Fleischer, M. Bauer, J. Eliasik, R. Maina, K. Holtorff, H. Mowery, J. White, A. Nemeth, Mr.
Left to right: ROW 2: B. Fick, Manager, D. Werner, P. Gulbrandsen, N. Roder, D. Richter, D. Schu-
macher, C. Adkins, J. Heidlauf, G. Linder, T. Leno, J. Berg, J. Geheb, R. Malm, H. Hoeter, G. Janac.
Left to right: ROW 1: G. Colletti, J. Swanson, A. Nelson, P. Pustorino, F. Grosch, J. Sievert, P. Bacon,
R. Goerke, D. Fritz, M. lschinger, P. Mohrhardt, K. Grosch, Manager.
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Our "Wildcat" Varsity closed the season with a record
of two wins, two losses, and two ties, placing fourth in the
conference. Coaching the team again this year was Mr.
George Yursky, assisted by Mr. Roland Schluesener.
The first game of the season was against Milwaukee
Lutheran at Milwaukee, Wisconsin. This was not a league
game, but the two teams play yearly for a traveling trophy,
the "Boot." The Wildcats won the game, 19-12, to the
cheers of some 200 L.H.N. rooters, who had come on buses
to see the game. For the first time in the history of Luther
North, our team brought the coveted boot back to Luther!
Other exciting games were against Luther South, the annual
Dad's Day celebration, and the Homecoming game. The team
scored 103 points to their opponents' 71 and gained 1,334
yards. They completed 66 first downs to their opponents' 47.
The Co-Captains this year were Dave Werner and Perry
Gulbrandsen. Dave Werner was honored by the team at a
football pep assembly at the end of the season, receiving
the most valuable player award. He scored the most number
- of points, 43, and was the leading man in rushing, with 405
, 4' yards. Perry Gulbrandsen had the best rushing average
A with 5.3 yards per try. Quarterback Al Nemeth completed
5 out of 13 passes for 82 yards, and Jim Sievert completed
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Don Richter and Dave Werner had the honor of being
elected to the P.S.L. All Star Team, and Jack White and
Perry Gulbrandsen made the second string. Captain of next
years team is Pete Pustorino.
Thanks go to all of the members of the Varsity "Wild-
cats" for the hours of practice they put in after school to
better the team and for the fine showing they gave for
our school at the games.
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LA VERNE ANDREA
Lett to right: ROW 3: Coach Blecke, G.
Cook, M. Kolar, R. Oberdas, D. Sellke,
W. Mase, B. Rietschel, T. Doering, R.
Berg, H. Fritz, L. Smith, J. Kaub, R.
Grosch, Manager, Coach Berning.
left to right: ROW 2: J. Hansen, Man-
ager, B. Runge, D. Schiewe, R. Puetz,
B. Kestler, B. Marker, J. Wiedemann, H.
Geier, D. Gieseke, K. Geier, R. Freres, E.
Lett to right: ROW l: E. McKee, W.
Meyer, G. Trausch, J. Schwerman, L.
Thornton, J. Dau, D. Calhoun, B. Revere,
D. linder, B. Herhold.
FROSH - SOPH FOOTBALL
This year, for the second consecutive time, the Frosh-Soph
Wildkits remained undefeated. They had five victories, no defeats,
and no ties. Despite the fact that they were handicapped by
many iniuries, they came through the season with this fine record.
The Wildkits were coached by Mr. Arthur Blecke, assisted by
Mr. Robert Berning.
The team scored 126 points to their opponents' 31. The
other teams gained 580 yards, while the Wildkits gained l,488.
The Co-Captains of the team were Jim Kaub and Dick Schiewe.
Jim Kaub was chosen the most improved player.
Left to right: ROW 3: J. Heidlauf, D.
Fleischer, H. Linenberger, B. Fick, D.
Hagen, Mr. Blecke.
Lett to right: ROW 2: J. Dau, T. Esbrook,
M. Kolar, D. Schumacher.
Lett to right: ROW I: W. Splitgerber, E.
Wendel, R. Puetz.
Left to right: ROW 2: Mr. Domroese, B.
FROSH - SOPH BASKETBALL
Headed by coach Arthur Blecke, the Frosh-Soph basketball team ended
their season with a league record of nine wins and three losses. Dave
Hagen, a sophomore, was captain of the team.
The "Wildkits" came through in their usual manner to do a good iob
this year. Outstanding among the players were sophomores Dave Hagen,
Jerry Heidlauf, Dave Fleischer, Bill Fick, Dale Schumacher, Herbie l.innen-
berger, Ed Wendel and freshman Jim Dau.
Freres, G. Donner, D. Selke, B. Runge,
Muller, B. Anderson,
ROW l: L, Thornton, D. Winske, J.
Varga, J. Gahl, A. Hagen.
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Lett to right: ROW 2: S. Koetke, J. Lenz, J. Kuhlmey, Y.
Albrecht, B. l.inkc.
left to right: ROW l: l. Auler, J. Kemnitz, A, Krausmon.
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Congratulations to the cheerleading squads of
this year for the terrific iob they have done in
promoting school spirit. Thanks also to Miss
Brower for all of the work she does as cheer-
The seven varsity cheerleaders were ably cap-
tained by Sue Koetke, a senior, who has been
cheering for four years. The two other senior
members of the squad were LaVerne Auler, serv-
ing her third year as a cheerleader, and Andee
Krausman, cheering for her second year. Having
moved up from the frosh-soph squad last year
are iuniors Judy Lenz, who has been cheering
for three years, June Kuhlmey, and Judy Kem-
nitz, both cheering for their second year. Serving
for the first time as cheerleaders were juniors Bev
Linke and Yolanne Albrecht, substitute. The group
of girls not only cheered at all varsity football
and basketball games, but also worked on the
proceedings for Dads Day, on the festivities for
Homecoming, and planned pep assemblies.
The six members of the trosh-soph squad were
Joan Schwerman, captain, Mary Mohrhardt,
Mary Adam, Karen Hamilton, Barbara Zweitel,
Mary Jensen, and substitute Judy Burmeister. They
became known for their enthusiasm and pep in
lnset: M. Jensen
Senior Homerooms 207 and 205.
supporting the frosh-soph teams.
We can be proud of both our squads because
of their striking appearance---the varsity in
navy blue sweaters and white pleated skirts, and
the frosh-soph in white sweaters and blue and
gold pleated skirts-and because of their un-
usual acrobatic cheers which supported our
Lett to right: ROW 2: J. Schwerman, M. Mohrhardt, M. Adam.
Lett to right: ROW l: J. Burmeister, B. Zweitel.
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Left to right, ROW 2: Mr. Dinkmeyer, N. Bark, R. Filip, H, Meinkow, J. Schmidt,
R Wegehaupt, D. Bahn, D. Streich, manager.
W l: H. Mowery, D. Heidorn, B. Goodger, W. Arndt, J. Sievert, J. White.
Congratulations to the Luther North Varsity
Basketball team for the fighting spirit and team
work they showed this year. We can be proud
of the Wildcats for the fine iob they did repre-
senting our school on the basketball court. Coach-
ed by Mr. Dinkmeyer and his assistant, Mr.
Domroese, the team, after losing their first seven
games, came back with typical L.H.N. spirit to
break a school record by scoring the most points
by a Luther basketball team, 93, against Elgin.
One of the biggest thrills of the season was
playing at the University of Chicago in the P.S.L.
Tournament playoffs. In order to get to the
university, the Wildcats beat Wheaton and
Northshore. They lost the first game of the semi-
finals to Harvard, the eventual champions. Amid
the cheers of some IOO L.H.N. rooters, the "Cats"
rallied in the final period of this game, out-
scoring Harvard ll to 3, but lost the game by the
close score of 47 to 49. In the last game of
Luther's basketball season the Wildcats turned in
a victorious score of 64 to 59, beating Luther
South. lt was the third time Luther North had
beaten South this year, and the victory also gave
the Wildcats third place in the P.S.L. Tournament.
As for individual honors, Warren Arndt took
most of them. He was named captain of the team
and Most Valuable Player at an award assembly.
Warren broke the school individual scoring record
with 30 points against Elgin. Although he missed
the first four games because of iniury, he was
high scorer of the team with 296 points, an
average of 14 points per game. He also led in
rebounds with 238. Bill Goodger was second in
rebounds with 225. Bill led in free throws, getting
60 points from the line. Jim Sievert was second
in scoring with 275 points. Jim was the best in
free throw percentages, making 7470 of his
attempts. He also led in assists with 83. Jack
White was third in total points, 252, and had
83 assists. Denny Heidorn helped the cause with
his 125 points.
The team ended the season with a record of
I5 wins and IO losses.
Warren accepts 3rd place P.S.L.
Mr. Yursky's Senior Homeroom 23
Left to right, ROW 3: Mr. Menking, Mr. Yursky, P. Bacon, B. Carlson, P. Koebel, B
Malm, B. Fick, W. Baumann, J. Schmit, J. Dau, K. Geier, Mr. Blecke.
ROW 2: C. Schmidt, J. Sievert, B. Kestler, D. Bohn, C. Alm, A. Nelson, K. Asmus.
ROW l: R. Wegehaupt, A. Larson, manager, T. Peterson, manager, R. Wenzel, manager
In the spring of the year baseball bats, gloves, and spikes can be seen
around L.H.N. The eighteen members who used these articles this year were
coached by our principal, Mr. Menking, and assisted by Mr. Blecke and Mr. Yursky.
Returning from last years team are Andy Nelson, Wes Baumann, Karl Asmus,
Wayne Gangler, Del Bahn, Chuck Schmidt, Bill Fick, Chuck Alm, and Bob Malm.
The season opened with a game against North Park Academy, and from
then on the team had a heavy schedule of seventeen games. The team proved
themselves quite capable on the baseball diamond and met their opponents with
plenty of school spirit.
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The track team this year consisted of thirty-four
boys who were coached by Mr. Everly. Their season
opened with a meet against Elgin Academy and ended
in the P.S.L. Tournament.
The team proved themselves great "Cindermen"
this year by meeting their opponents with good com-
petition and Christian sportsmanship.
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Lett ta right, ROW 3: Mr. Everly
W. Fabry, D. Richter, R. Geweke
D. Fleischer, G. Mehl, G. Men
ninger, D. Hagen, C. Diehl, J
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ROW 1: B. Walther, E. Walmsley
lelt to right, ROW 3: D, Gieslre,
D. Tetze, W. Mase, R. Johnson,
L. Behrens, Mr. Everly.
ROW 2: D. Walsch, manager, D.
Winski, J. Stocker, L, Thornton, J,
Gahl, S. Auler, manager.
ROW l: C. Ekx, J. Stetenfeld, M.
Bugicl, G. Geweke, N. Behrens.
Courtesy at Carl Hardt
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The tennis team of L.H.N. went into action again
this spring under the direction of Mr. Duensing. The
team consisted of five boys who played in both single
and double matches.
We certainly can be proud of these fellows who
gave much of their time so that they could defend
Luther's name in tennis competition.
The swimming team this year, coached by Mr.
Hass, placed third in the P.S.L. Swim Meet. Many
individual honors were taken by Bruce Koenig, Ray
Gavrilovich, Ted Doering, Al Nemeth, and Ernie
Although the "Poolcats" were somewhat new here
at L.H.N., because of the experience gained in the
past two years, they are looking forward to a bright
Left to right, ROW 2: A. Nemeth, F. Limmel,
F. Acker, Mr. Hass.
ROW I: P. Wettermann, R, Gavrilovich, B.
Left to right, ROW 2: R. Rauch, manager, A.
Nemeth, F. Acker, Mr. Duensing.
ROW I: K. Hartkopf, N. Bark, D. Streich.
This is the third year the golf team has been in
existence, and it is again under the direction of Mr.
Dinkmeyer. Although the team is small, they had the
qualifications of a good golf team.
We wish them much success in the future.
Left to right: R. Filip, Mr. Dinkmeyer, D.
Kneeling: B. Jacey.
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Mr. and Mrs. L. Sass, Jr.
Lois An n Sattler
Mr. and Mrs. C. Savitski
Mr. and Mrs. Schoden
Mr. A. C. Scharf
Mrs. A. Schatz
Jacob Schatz, Sr.
Jacob Schatz, Jr.
Mr. and Mrs. G.
Mr. and Mrs. W.
Mr. and Mrs. Walter Schenning
Sandra Lee Schieman
Mr. and Mrs. William Schiemann
Mrs. Florence Schill
Mr. and Mrs. C. Schlichenmaier
Mr. and Mrs. E. Schmalzer
Mr. and Mrs. C. Schmidt
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Schmidt
Mrs. H. Schmidt, Sr.
Mr. and Mrs. Paul A. Schmidt
Mrs. Elsie Schnittker
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Schreiner
Mr. E. Schuemann
Mrs. Norman Schuettpelz
Mr. aud Mrs. Clarence Schultz
Mr. and Mrs. H. F. Schultz
Mrs. Roman Schultz
Mr. Raymond Schultz
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Schulz
Mr. and Mrs. W. Schwarz
Mrs. Wm. C. Schwenn
Mr. and Mrs. Schwolow
Mr. ond Mrs. H. E. Schwolow
Mr. and Mrs. R. Sebastian
Mr. and Mrs. G. Seehusen
Mr. and Mrs. M. Selke
Mrs. A. Semrow
Mr. and Mrs. C. Senrow
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Sharon and Jim
Sheffield Foundry Company
Jack and Alice Shlnske
Mr. and Mrs. H. Shry
Mr. Adam Sieb
Mrs. Estelle Sieb
Mrs. S. Siebenwurst
Mr. and Mrs
Mr. and Mrs
. H. Siegmann
. C. Sievert
Mr. and Mrs. R. Sievert
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph E. Simonides
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Solomon
Mr. and Mrs. E. A. Sonderman
Mrs. D. Sorensen and Sandra
Ray M. Sorensen
Mr. and Mrs. E. Splett
Mr. and Mrs. Springsten
Mr. and Mrs. H. Stach
Mr. and Mrs. Staiger
Mrs. W. Staiger
Mr. and Mrs. Walter Stark
Dr. and Mrs. E. Starner
Mr. and Mrs. Richard G. Stege, Jr
Mr. and Mrs. A. Stein
Miss Helen Stein
Mr. Ed Stiller
Board ol Elders-St. Luke
Mr. and Mrs. W. Stocker
Mr. and Mrs. E. Stondick
Mr. and Mrs. A. Street:
Mrs. E. Sturm
Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Suckow
Mr. and Mrs. M. Sunderlin
Mr. and Mrs. Edw. Sweeney
Mrs. Grace Sweeney
Mr. Martin Sweeney
Mrs. W. Swenson
Mary Beth Tank
Mr. and Mrs. Tegtmeier
Mr. and Mrs. Roy Tenner
Mr. Roy Tennis
Mr. and Mrs. Emil Terem
Bud and Loraine Theel
Theo, Pete and Pudge
Rev. and Mrs. C. Thies
Mr. and Mrs. Thoms
Mr. and Mrs. Louis Thompson
Mr. and Mrs. Aldon Thorson
Mrs. Bernice Thunberg
Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Tobias
Mrs. Fred Todter
The Rev. and Mrs. C. H. Toelke
Dr. and Mrs. Arthur Topf
Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Traub
Mr. and Mrs. B. A. Treptow
Mr. and Mrs. T
. H. Unrath
Mr. and Mrs. E. VanderHorst and
VanderHorst and Meyers, Decora-
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Vandlik
Mr. and Mrs. Miro Vandlik
Mr. Paul Vandlik
Mr. and Mrs. Paul A. Vandlik
Mr. and Mrs. G. Van Weelden
Mr. and Mrs. Veitch
Mrs. Elfrida Vilners
Mr. Julius Vilners
Paul R. Vogel Company
Mr. and Mrs. H. Vollner
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Voss
Miss Loretta Voss
Mr. and Mrs. T. Voss
Jerry Vra bel
Mr. Steve Vrabel
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Wagner
Mr. Jacob Wagemann
Mr. and Mrs. Carl Wagemann
Mr. and Mrs. Waldschmidt
Mr. and Mrs. R. Walker
Mrs. LaVerne Walmsley
Mr. and Mrs. Albert Warnke
Mr. and Mrs. Walter Webb
Mrs. J. Wehofer
Mr. J. Wehofer
H. A. Welth
Mrs. William Weith
Mr. and Mrs. A. Wekerle
Edward Wendt, Jr.
Di' ne Wenzel
Mr. William Wenzel
Mrs. Florence Wenzel
Delmar rt. Wen-e.
Mrs. W. G. Werner
Mr. W. G. Werner
Miss Barbara Wertz
Mr. and Mrs. H. Wertz
Mr. and 'Mrs. Werygo
Mr. and Mrs. W. Weyer
Mrs. E. R. White
Mrs. Emma Wickboldt
Mrs. A. Wiederwilt
Mrs. Emily Wildatsch
Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Williams
Mrs. Warren C. Williams
Mr. and Mrs. A. M. Williamson
Mr. and Mrs. LeRoy Wilson
Mr. and Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs.
J. C. Woodward
Mrs. J. Wright
Mr. and Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs. W. Zarnt
Mrs. M. Zellke
The Log Staff would like to thank everyone who helped to make
this Log a success--Mr. Lange for advising us land solving our prob-
lemsl, Mr. Bettermann for giving his time to take pictures, the photo-
graphers of Walinger Studios, Mr. Norman Koenig of the King Com-
pany, and all the students and parents who have contributed their
time and money.
We hope that whenever you look back at this, your Log, you
will remember the many eventful days we've spent here at Luther
walking "Together With God."
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