Milton Union High School - Blackhawk Yearbook (Milton, WI)

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Q THE SENIOR CLASS W952 PRESENTS v v 1 ' ' ' ' - Sfaxzfi ,.fe57w2'53 EW, ,, 5' T Q I' on .C 5 4- A I gn' . an THE BLA CKHA WK rl 1 Table W' omfents Dedication F aculty Seniors Underclassmen Organizations Athletics Events Our Boosters lac!-clzawk Stajjf EDITOR ........ ..... C arolyn Srnitley ASSISTANT CO-EDITORS . . . . Carol I-Ianauska, Kathy Mori BUSINESS MANAGERS .............. Ruth Ann Nelson, Joann Dicklmoff LAYOUTS ...... . jackie Rhoades, Judy Schumacher, Vickie Rhoades, Mary Ellen Smitley CLERICAL WORK. . . . Mary Olson, Pat Swenson ATHLETICS. . . . Mike Sessler, Pat Flynn 2 ea'z'ca1fz'0n We, the class of '62 are privileged to dedicate this BLACKHAWK to a man without whom our last four years would not have been so beneficial. He has guided and advised, giving ungrudgingly of his time and effort. We want to take this opportunity to express our sincere gratitude for endless hours, freely given to us and our interests. We thank you, Mr. Thostenson. 3 , Admznzstmtzon Superintendent, DONALD G. ETHEN, Principal, CARL TI-IOSTENSON, B. S., M. S. B. A., Ph. M. University of Wisconsin Beloit College, University of Wisconsin oam' WF a'ucczZz'0n .41 SEATED: Ivan Fritz Randolph, Mrs. Ethelyn Shadel, Wayne Davidson, Hal Deal. STANDING: Stuart Paul, Clifford Janke, Superintendent, Donald Etheng Harold Traynor. 4 FAC Y CARL ANDERSON, B. S. M. S. University of Illinois, University of Wisconsin, Physical Education, Athletic Coach. GERALD BUHROW, B. S. M. S. Platteville, State College, University of Wisconsin, Social Studies, Basketball Coach. I- - in .f - 6 -.Q , ... ' .3 if N X K ll 1 , , . w ' 'H' ., 2 agua- ,fi f' 1 I , 6 4 H I 'Lf-. MILTON BAKKEN, B. S. Wisconsin State College and Institute of Technology, Platteville, Driver's Education, Industrial Arts. MRS. ROMAYNE COOK, B. A Marycrest College English, Bookkeeping. EARL BROCKMAN, B. A. St. Norbert College, English, Latin, EUGENE cooPER, B. s., M, Platteville State College, fr! 6 University of Wisconsin, Guidance Director, History, Social Problems. RICHARD DABSON, B. M. E. Coe Colle ge, Band, Choir. MISS JULIE HAUPT, B. A. Mount Mary College, Art. JACK GALLUN, B. M. E. Carroll College, History, Assistant Coach. MRS. VIRGINIA HESS, B. S. Milton College, English, Spanish, Dramatics. i' 7 MRS. DOROTHY GLENN, B. S. La Crosse State College, Physical Education. MAURICE KALB, B. A. M. S Carthage College, University of Wisconsin, Biology, Mathematics. ...in-L. ,.,, .5 MISS NANCY KURTZ, B. S. North Central College, Home Economics. MRS. DOROTHY SHAW, B. A. M. A. Milton College, University of Wisconsin, English. " .I -I" . g A I ' .Li L' . , - S :S-- , -". ,. - IRV MADSEN, B. E. Whitewater State College, Business Education, Assistant Basketball Coach. MISS EDITH STOCKMAN, B. A. Milton College, Librarian. 8 ,KNEW ,,.,, WAYNE MARTIN, B. S. Platteville State College, Agriculture. MRS. GENEVA WERFAL, B. A Illinois State Normal University Mathematics. ' I W'M.vMf1,f - J' z , ' IWW ,fml I , is-I I i . 'U :- 4.4 if., J fi' if E5-ffftygi ,. If -ug ' .f ff , -R if JP' . ' ...blind H M MURIL WERFAI., B. A. , B. E. , M. A. MRS. KAY RHOADES Milton College, Whitewater State X y Milton College College, UHiVe1'SifY Of IOW2-, Assistant Sec. to Superintendent Chemistry, Physics, General Science. MRS. EUNICE HULBERT Valley City State College, Milton College, Sec. to Principal. Chow Time. MRS. MARGARET SMITLEY, 2.5 B. A. Salem College, Sec. to Superintendent. 9 I Cooks Mrs. Birkey, Mrs. Kenyon, Mrs. Decker Bus Drwers Mrs. Crouch, Mr. Randolph, Mrs. Ochs, Mr. Weber. fm, ws, L, Fw, 5 W 1:55 ' . f Mr. Manogue Mr. Paaske 10 SEN Senior Class Class Officers: Vice-President, john Van Altenag Treasurer, Carol Ochsg Secretary, Gloria Andrusg President, Jerry Goodger. Class Qf1952 In the fall of 1957, ninety-four members began their freshman year at Milton Union. Kathy McBride repre- sented our class at the Christmas Formal. With the start of our sophomore year, our class had increased to ninety-seven members. Sharon Tubbs represented us at the Christmas Formal. Our junior class enrollment de- creased to eighty-one members . Carolyn Smitley represented us at Badger Girl's State and Dale Brown and jerry Goodger at Badger Boy's State. Our biggest project was the Junior- 12 Senior Banquet and Prom. Speaker at the banquet was the Rev. Gerald Tanquist. The theme chosen for the dance was "A Night to Remember" . Gur senior year began with eighty members working toward graduation. The senior class l again sponsored the Homecoming Dance. The theme was "Lost in the Mist" . Dale Brown and Kathy Rivers reigned as King and Queen of Homecoming Festivities . GARY ANDERSON "High school days have their delights, but they can't compare with high school nights. " Baseball 1, 2, 3, 45 Class Officer President 15 Conservation Club Officer Treasurer 35 F. F. A. 1, 25 Football 1, 2, 3,45 Letter- men's Club 1, 2, 3, 45 Wrestling 1, 2, 3, 4. GLORIA ANDRUS "Pretty as a picture, by the way, nice frame too. " Transferred from Wisconsin Academy Columbus 35 Class Officer Treasurer 45 Spanish Club 4. 'Wx 5 BARBARA BARFKNECHT "I say no more than necessary, " Future Nurses 1, 25 G. A. A. 1. QS- M 'Y ve,- 4 x' '- V. S, ' ".'ajY'3Eg KENNETH BARTZ "My Chevy may not . 'isi be newg but oh, the roads it's been V E zzz f-:. -:-11v- through' H Archery 25 Band 1, 2, 3, 4, Baseball 1, 2, 3, 45 Basketball 1, 2, 3, 45 Coin Club 35 Pep Band 1, 2, 3, 45 f Lettermen's Club 3, 45 Swing Band 4. is ,, 1- G 6551, v tl 1- 1 1,99 . , app Q S L R .5 7.4 l l'u..,..w vw P, Kg t 1, 3 l l X X 5 1 : - - 55 . 5 Q - 13 WAYLAND BAUER "Women may come and go, but I'll be right behind them. " Band 1, 2, 3, 45 Basketball 1, 2, 3, 45 Class Officer Vice-President 15 Coin Club 35 Football 15 Golf 1, 2, 3, 45 Lettermen's Club 3, 45 Pep Band 1, 2, 3, 45 Student Council 25 Swimming Club 25 Swing Band 1, 2, 3, 45 Young Republicans Club 3, 4. BEVERLY BEAN "She saves for her hope chest. " F' H' A- 1, 45 Future Nurses 35 G, A, A- 1, 25 Spanish Club 3. 'K . new-,M 31 . 3. ' ' ,z....,?, . '71 Yrs?-i CATI-IIE BLACK "Late hours aren't good for one, bu': they're all right for two. " Transferred from Janesville 35 Art Club 35 Swimming Club 1, 25 Archery 25 . A. A. 1, 2. NANCY BOSTON "lt isn't what I do i'c's what I get caught doing. " Transferred from Palmyrag Band 2, 3, 45 Choir 2, 3,45 Crimson Flash 35 G. A. A. 2,35 Pep Band 4. DALE BROWN "The one and only big he-man, he must eat spinach by the can. " Band 1, 2, 3, 45 Class Officer Treasurer 35 F. F. A. 1, 2,35 Foot- ball 1, 2, 3, 45 Letter- men's Club 2, 3, 45 Pep Band 1, 2, 3, 45 Student Council President 45 Swing Band 1, 2, 3, 45 Wrestling 1, 2, 3, 45 Boy's State 3. PATRICIA BROWN "She's a whiz at getting things done. " Band 1,2,3,45 F. H. A. 1 3 4- G, A i , , .A. 25 Pep Band 2, 3, 4. WALLACE BROWN "Quiet as the day is long. " Conservation Club 2, 35 F. F. A. 1, 3, 4. MARCIA BRCWN "Time tells on a girl especially a good time. " Band 1, 2, 3, 45 Choir 2, 35 Crimson Flash I 2,35 G. A. A. 15 Pep Band 1, 2, Si, 45 Young Republicans Club 3. JOHN BRUNETT "All great men are dead and I'm not feeling well myself. " Archery 23 Art Club 3, Band 3, 43 Base- ball 1, 2, 3, 45 Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4, Choir 1, 2, 3, 4, Football 1, 25 Lettermen's Club 2, 3, 45 Pep Band 3, 4, Swing Band 45 Young Democrats President 3, 4. MALCOLM BURDICK "If angels like trumpet noise, the gates of heaven will be open. " Band 1, 2, 3, 4, Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4, Basket- ball 1, 2, Chess Club 2, Choir 1, 2, 3,45 Coin Club 33 Dramatics 1, 2, 43 Pep Band 1, 2, 3, 4, Student Council 1, 43 Swimming 1, 2, 3, 4, Swing Band 1, 2, 3, 45 Singing Club 2. RAY BYERS "He'd stop St. Peter's roll call to ask a ALAN CASHORE question. " Archery 2, 33 Band 1, 2, 3,45 Baseball 2, 3 Basketball 2, Football 1, 2, 3, 45 Lettermen's Club 3, 45 Pep Band 2, 3, 45 Wrestling 4. 'X Y 'IJ' I5 "Tl1ere's a joker in every deck. " Conservation Club 2 . A. 1, 2, 3, 4. SANDRA CLARK "She's like a magnet--attractive. " Cheerleader 25 Choir 3, 45 Class Officer Secretary lg F. H. A. 1, 4, Forensics 4, G. A. A. 1, 4, Spanish 3, 4. GEORGE CORKHILI. "I study whenl am in the mood, I'm strictly not a moody guy. " Camera Club 1, 2, 3, 4. JUDITH E. EGGEN "With her there's always a smile, never a dull moment. " Choir 1, 2, 3, 45 Future Nurses 25 Young Dem- ocrats Club 3 5 Sing- ing Club 23 Crimson Flash 3. MA RLENE FAN NING i 331, am gag 0156 1. "f'r:-M are-f'-'fr W ,M rf: mm ills, - if r T JOHN COURTNEY "They should have named him Charlie, he's such a little Dickens. " Baseball 3, 45 Choir 3, 45 Conservation Club 2 5 Crimson Flash 3, Football 1,125 Young Democrats 3, 4. ANET DREW I "Nice to look atg and nicer to know. " Band 1, 2, 3, 45 Cheerleader 25 Class Officer Secretary 25 G. A. A. 15 Pep Band 1, 2, 3, 4 Spanish Club 3, 4, President 35 Student Council 3. "All the teachers think I'm so sweet they want me in the foremost seat. " Blackhawk Staff 33 Cheerleader 3, 45 F H. A. 1,45 G. A. A. 15 Intramurals 2 Young Democrat Club 3, Aff! MARY ELPHTCK "A joke a day keeps gloom away. " Choir 2, 3, Crimson . Flash 33 F. H. A. 4, Future Nurses 25 Spanish Club 3, 4, Treasurer 3, Singing Club 2. f. is-,s , atv qw..- DAVID FLOOD ' ., "All around athlete, all around guy, one Q ' of the best at Union High. " W Art Club 3, Baseball 1, 2, 35 Class Officer President 25 Football 1, 2, 3, 4, l.etterrnen's V W gf Club 1, 2, 3, 4, student Council 1, Wrestling f We 1, 2 f 1 2, 3, 4- we , If "'- f I I6 GEORGE FRANK "At MU we'll remember his name, as owned by a lad of football fame. " Archery 2, 35 Football 1, 2, 3, 45 Letter- men's Club 3, 45 Spanish Club 3. EUGENE GAVIGAN "Only weeds grow tall, so I stay small. " Baseball 15 Conservation Club 1, 25 Coin Club 35 Wrestling 1, 2, 3, 4. N N aaa. , N N has ,mfg JERRY GOODGER "A friend to all who passesg Jerry the leader of our class. " Auto Mechanics lg Base- ball 1, 2, 3, 45 Basketball 1, 2, 3, 45 Class Officer President 45 Football 1, 2, 3, 45 Lettermen's Club 3, 45 Boy's State 35 Conservation Club 2, 3. 6 Q45 .. ,V X5 p N-:SV KAY GRAMS "Politeness goes far, but costs nothing. " Future Nurses 35 G. A. A 1, 2, 3, 4. RICHARD GRAY "A football player mighty fine, who helped his team to hold that line. " Archery 2, 35 Football 1, 2, 3, 45 Lettermen's Club 3, 45 Spanish Club 3, 45 Wrestling 1, 2. ALAN GROSS "The taller you are, the closer you are to heaven. " Archery 2, 3. LESTER HELGENSON "Twinkle5 twinlcle5 athletic star. What a bashful boy you are. " Basketball 1, 2, 35 Conservation Club 2, 35 Football 1, 2, . 3,45 I.e1:termen's Club 3, 4. DONALD HUDSON "Thoughts beat like an engine under my skull. " Camera Club 25 Crimson 35 Spanish Club 3, 45 Swimming Club 2, 3, 45 Track 2, 3, 4. Transferred from Janesville. KRISTIN I-IILLESTAD "Beauty and brains--a rare combination. " Art Club 35 Band 1, 2, 3, 45 Choir 1, 2, 3, 45 Crimson Flash 2, 35 Forensics 35 Future Nurses 15 G. A. A. 15 Pep Band 1, 2, 3,45 Student Council 1, 2, 3, 4. U- v CAROL GUNDERSON "Happy-go-lucky, faithful and true, Carol's a girl who never is blue. " F. H. A. 1,35 Future Nurses 25 G. A. A 1, 2, 4. ALLEN I-IAHN "If silence were golden, he'd be in the poor house. " ball 1, 45 Football 1, 25 Swimming Cliub 1, 25 Track 4. 1. , ,. rg ffmfgz n il THOMAS HENZE , 1 7 '. "Modest and quiet if and a value to his .sg ' "ifI f' class." W' 3241 22.2, Conservation Club wfgg,i,.5 :,,,2?g, 1 5- 354: 1,2, 3, Football 2. 5.1.-:7ffl?fQ-, lgffeirl f. -fx .' - -irr .fi - 55 12 5. A a' . . 'iig ht if V ex P2222 ' x ii- l .. . --f rw.. I I8 Art Club 3, 45 Auto Mechanics 15 Basket- ROBERTA JOHNSON "An innocent face but you never can tell. " Crimson Flash 3, 43 Future Nurses Secretary 2. RICHARD JONES "If you can't put fire into your books, put your books into the fire. " Baseball 2, 3, 43 Basketball 2, 3, 45 Class Officer Vice-President 33 F. F A. 1, 2, 3, Vice-President 25 Football 1, 2, 3, 45 Lett:ermen's Club 3, 4g Student Council 1. f v M SHARON KERSTEN "I may be quiet, but I'm no angel. " F. H. A. 1,2,3,4. N 1 ,. , . ,fi . . 5, ' A I 3154: E ... Nil,-.,,i .V . fr-Lu "'-' Q 1 '- 1 iii" .'g,.,V.tP'l7t. ' A 1' fi, , -J, gn'-TN V ' . " - an 1 A-s 5 Vu, Q -J - C, 4. P lv -M-M 5, .C fc an , , 4 1 1 fy 1'3'.'. L '.,l.v,Y" .Q f-5' H., gf. .U " ., f',g..... -'l I -35' ffli- . -. ', , K- ' . -' f. , ". if .6-"Y" .i ?' ' 95' '.r Q ,ffm I 71' I.. 27511 ' V, ela- Lil k r--- 'x .. .:' .neil BARBARA KENYON "In life I have a lot of fun, but when there's work I get it done. " Crimson Flash 2, 3, 45 Future Teachers 35 Young Republicans' Club 3. ROBERT KLERTZ "I major in business-monkey business. " Crimson Flash 2. 3. SANDRA KRAUSS "A quiet charm she does possess which brings her happiness. " Future Nurses 35 G. A. A. 1, 2, 3. RUSSELL KRUEGER "I was a Boy Scout until I became old enough to be a Girl Scout. " Club 4. KAREN LARSEN "I'm new, but I caught on fast. " Transferred from Lake Mills 45 Band 1, 2, 3, 45 Annual Staff 35 Choir 1, 2, 3, 45 G. A. A. 1, 2, 3, 45 Pep Band 2, 3, 45 Forensics 2. ff - 'Fm f Y. - I ff 5 . F DEANNE LAWTON ' PS? 5 l4" 'W' RICHARD "She bubbles over ' V ' I, LONGHENRY with Personality. " i- 5 ."..' f'Thl1'-king he'S l'-l'1iI1k- Blackhawk Staff 35 N " V L ing is no sign that he choir 1, 2, 3, G. A. 5 ii is realli' thinking. " A. 1, 25 Latin Club ' 9 Archery 2s Aff Club 1, 25 Spanish Club V I 35 Conservation Club 3,4l 'f , , 35 F. F. A. 1, 25 Foot 5 ball 1,45 Swimming my Club 1, 35 Track 3, 4. - 1 ROLLAND MAXSON "Argue argue, early and late if a line were crooked he'd argue it straight. " Baseball 1, 2, 3, 45 Basketball 1, 25 Choir 1, 2, 3, 45 Coin Club 35 Crimson Flash 35 Dramatics 15 Football 1, 2, 35 Swimming 2, 3. CATHERINE MCBRIDE Never a care, never a hurry, good looking guys are her only worry. " Band 1, 2, 3, 45 Blackhawk Staff 45 Choir 3, 45 Cheerleader 2, 3, 45 F. H. A. 1, 2, 3, 45 Forensics 2, 35 G. A. A. 15 Intramurals 35 Pep Band 2, 35 Spanish Club 3, 45 Secretary 35 Student Council 2, 3, Treasurer 3. jf. l F. F. A. 1, 2, 3, 45 Football 3, 45 Lettern-1en's MALCOLM MCMILLAN "I take it easy. " Auto Mechanics 25 Band 1, 2, 3, 45 Base- ball 1, 25 Basketball 1, 2, 3, 45 Blackhawk Staff 1, 25 Football 1, 2, 3, 45 Lettermen's Club 2, 3, 45 Pep Band 1, 2, 35 Swimming Club 1, 2, 3, 45 Swing Band 1, 2, 3, 45 Young Republicans Club 3, 4. SHIRLEY MOULD "Silence has many advantages, but I Can't think of any. " Choir 33 F. H. A. 1, 25 Future Nurses G. A. A. 1. RUTH ANN NELSON "Mighty sweet, mighty wise, fun just twinkles in her eyes. " Blackhawk Staff 45 Choir 15 Crimson f Flash 2, 35 Latin Club 1, 25 Spanish Club 3,-4. W? it CAROL OCHS "She's a girl with lots 'Q of zest, and one wl1o'l1 , . Q always do her best. " H. Band 1,2, 3,45 choir 1, 2, Class Officer, Treasurer 45 Crimson V Flash 2, 35 Student A Council 25 Drarnatics 15 Pep Band l, 45 Forensics 45 Swing Band 2, 3, 4. MARY OLSON "Her heart belongs to one. " Band 1, 2, 3, 45 Blackhawk Staff 3, 45 F. H. A. 1, 25 G. A. A. 1, 2, 35 Pep Band 2, 3, 45 Student Council 3, 4, Secretary 4. RUSSELL PASTORIUS "Can I use your brain a while--Mine's tired. " F- F' Af 1, 2, 3, 45 Wrestling 3, 4. JACKIE RHOADES "Prettier sight was never seen, when at our prom she reigned as queen. " Blackhawk Staff 3, 45 Cheerleader 25 Choir 151 Class OffiCeI' Treagurey 1, Secretary 35 G.A. A. 1,25 Latin Club 1, 25 Spanish Club 3, 45 Prom Queen 3. KATHLEEN RIVERS "Peaches and cream our football queen. " Archery 2, Band 1, 2, 3, 45 Blackhawk Staff 35 Crimson Flash 1g Pep Band 1, 2, 3, 4, Spanish Club 3. CAROL ROEI-LL "I never let study interfere with my education. " Archery 1, 25 Crimson Flash 3, F. H. A. 1. ev-in -5' 1' . ,.,, , 22 RICHARD POWELL "A wisecrack here, a wisecrack there. Oh! well a good joke clears the air. " Baseball 1, 2, 45 Conservation Club 1, 2g coin ciub 3, swimming Club 2,313 Wrestling 2, 4. PAULETTE QUASNY "Boys are bothersome, but I like to be bothered. " Blackhawk Staff 35 Choir 1, 3, 45 Drijnatics 45 Forensics 1,2, 3,45 G. A. A. 25 Latin Club 1,25 Spanish Club 3,4. ig I ZZ' 'if CHRISTIAN RINCK , I , "He's the sort c-f chap who can follow you "' LKVVP A , into a revolving door and come out first. " Exchange Student from Germany. Wrestling 4, Spanish Club Vice-President 4 1 DALE ROOD "What are B's and C's'? I only get A's. " Baseball 15 Choir 1, 2, 3, 43 Coin Club 35 Dramatics 15 Singing Club 2. SANDRA SANDEN "To worry little, to study less, is my idea of happiness. " Cheerleader 2, F. H. A. 1,45 Cheerleading Club 2, 3. JUNE SCHUMACHER "I have but one thought for one guy. " Art Club Secretary 25 G. A. A. lg Blackhawk Staff 3, 4, Spanish Club 3, 4. T 5 . , ,-- . . I -, f , NYT?" -'x , H ' A EVAN SCHWARTZ "Little I think, less I dog isn't it funny how I pull through. " Band 1, 2, 3, 43 Basket- ball 1, 25 Conservation Club 1, 2, Football 1, 2 MICHAEL SESSLER "At football he's tops, as president he is great, among all the kids he will always rate. " Auto Mechanics 15 Baseball 1, 2, 3, Basket- ball 1, 2, 3, 45 Football 1, 2, 3, 45 Blackhawk 3,45 Class Officer President 35 Conservation Club 25 Lettermen's Club 2, 3, 4, Secretary and Treasurer 33 Track 4, SANDRA SESSLER "She puts her worries in a pocket with a hole in it. " Band 1, 2, 3, 4, Cheerleader 1, 2, Choir lg Crimson Flash 35 F. H. A. 15 G. A. A. 1, Cheerleading Club 1, 2. WENDELL SISSION "Women are poison, what a wonderful way to die. " Archery 2, 3, 45 Baseball 1, 2, 3, 45 Basket- ball 1, 2, 3,45 Le1:termen's Club 3, 45 Spanish Club 3, 4, President 45 Swimming Club 3, 45 Young Republicans Club 3, 4. CA ROLYN SMITLEY "Being born on Valentine's Day doesn't mean I have a heart for everyone. " Band 1, 2, 3, 45 Blackhawk Staff 3, 45 Choir 2, 3, 45 Crimson Flash 25 Pep Band 1,2, 3,45 Dramatics 15 G. A. A. lg Latin Club 2, 35 Girls State 3. DONALD STEWART "He has a mind of his own, and it takes more than a teacher to change it. " Basketball 15 F. F. A. 1, 2, 3, 45 Football 1, 2, 3, 45 Wrestling 2, 3, 4. PATRICIA SWENSON "When joy and duty clash, let duty go to smash. " Blackhawk Staff 45 Cheerleader 35 Class Officer Treasurer 25 Crimson Flash 35 F. H. A. 1,45 G. A. A. 15 Intramurals 25 Student Council 3, 4. FLORENCE TEGT "I'm not saying anything. I'm just talking. " Band 15 Choir 1, 3,45 Future Nurses 2, 35 G, A. A. 15 Latin Club 2, 3. . If GLORIA STERNER "Short and sweet and ever so neat. " F. I-I. A. 2, 3. gif ,Z . GERALD THOMPSON "Of all the things I like best, I much prefer to sit and rest. " Auto Mechanics 15 Conservation Club 25F. F. A. 13 Track 1. SHARON TUBBS "Early tobed, early to rise, and you miss the best part of the night. " Choir 3,4gF. H. A. 1,2,3,4g G. A. A. 1. JOHN VAN ALTENA "My head is like a doorknob, any girl can turn it. " Archery 23 Class Officer Vice-President 45 Forensics 45 Con- servation Club 1, Swimming Club 1, 23 Wrestling 2 41 NNW 1 '69 "+- 25 ROBERT VAN ZANDT "Don't worry, it shortens your life. " Baseball 2, 35 F. F. A. 1, 45 Football 1, 3. GARY VEIN "Driving carefully is such a waste of life insurance. " Baseball 1, 2, 3, 43 F. F. A. 1, 2, 3, 45 Officer 1, 45 Football 1, 25 Lettermen's Club 3, 45 Wrestling 1, 2, 3, 4. RUSSELL WEGNER "Whoever divided the week into school days and week ends, sure did a messy job. " Baseball 1, 2, 3, 45 Conservation Club 35 F. F. A, 1, 2, 3, 4, President 4g Wrestling 1, 4. "Studying hard, George?" Are you being creative, Ray?" RUTH ANN WENSLAFF "She has a smile and a kind word for all. " Forensics 1, 2, 3,45 G. A. A. 15 Latin Club 1, 25 Spanish Club 3, 45 Singing Club 2. KATHLEEN WERFAL "Mark my word, but don't blame me if it's wrong. Band 1, 2, 3, 45 Cheerleader 2, 35 Class Officer Vice-President 2, Crimson Flash 33 G. A. A. 1, 23 Pep Band 1,23 Spanish Club 3,4g Cheerleading Club 1, 2, 3. T! ' "How graceful, Sandy. " I H11 W, 11, :- X W W117W1Q 1 NW -f 3' " 11'11 11 1 11111 M Q ,ww--1 1161 11 11 1! , ,. .U , 11 , riffs? 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"fy ' ' 11 ilin ' . ir., I Q, M is ' 1 'L 1 N N ' jeff Van Horn Robert Van Horn Sally Van Horn Marie Wagner Bruce Wanke Linda Weber Ellen Wenham Richard Westrick Gary Whitford Richard Wolfrom Carol Wolter Greg Zelinka Lon Zhe 171 .sg .- 'w 1, W ,Q gm Robert Severance Howard Simpson Linda Skelly Mary Ellen Smitley ' 1- , ,M-N, . . 5,42 ' ' ' Q - ' Mary Soetaert '- ---- Mfg , ll ., ., 1 -W , T' - Edgar St. Clalr '- i- ' 4' . . S C. V TQ ' , r Peggy Stem N 1512 1 1' D fr Carolyn Stewart 1 . .- Ala 3 S 'S . 'li .724 'J r-Q! 2.7 4 Q.- , Barbara Strassburg ' 'E S ' A ' ' WJ 'M ' ' . f f Y 7 4 juhe Thompson dm Ritchie Thomson ' ,QT james Traxler ' 'fi ' d Susan Van Altena N . . X 'S 5 'If-5. ' .gf , , , 'I S, ,,,, ..,, , . W f HW W pi "j ' 'r-'-1 , ' :M Y lg" wi. 9 If xg, 4 2 .ivy A Wyuy my f-- 1' F .ar - 5 ff 1 f. .. ' za J - K 'Ui av-I , ii 32 .r W J qyngzgi -31. ef :wi sim K, XM 3 ' I . 4 A Z' . -ve , I 'iff '15, 5 ' " W Z f-fd r 5 V M, ,Q ' , iff VIFIGE1 X gl E , lf: " as s W. ffffff- " f' -'ff' ' !!H!Li ' " Iii . - .- .P '1. Z ' lui! i' ffl: - ' 1- 'Fi -lA :ff'f- 3-l.'WY:r'?4fF 2' 'Ii'-fi -. . "'i' We V N72 2-52-.iw ' f v 1. , 1 1 :H -V mag? -1. ' ' S y 5- 5? 4- "" X ff - 77 X 1 S if , 2 , ,, ' ,. 5 wr , K -4 W l LJ N tr S eg so '- r -A J I . .5 -'19 I , . my M X si' 1 4 ld. Wm f 19,15 5.3, H ir ' 4 ' V t . ' '-rl , . , 1:51. - 4 r l- Q ' I " ' ' i f . K ' ' . ' Hg, ' F . . ' QF? -fa ' 1 ' 5 35. X ,- git, ? Q " ' x f .. K . wxfhggitl, ,Q S is N n K 5 V E4 gb ,wg-J Q Ir' 1 ."""' Jr ' if ,V ' - S M y S r - Q 42 GRGANIZAT Blackhawk Stajj' SEATED: J. Rhoades, K. Mori, C. Smitley, C. Hanauska, M. Olson. STANDING: Miss Stockman, Advisor, P- Flynn, V- Rlwades, c. McBride, P. Swenson, M. Sessler, J. Dickhoff. Student Council X151 ROW ONE: M. Olson, D. Branch, D. Brown, A. Crouch. ROW TWO: M. McBride, K. Mori, K. Haugom, I. McNally, K. Hillestad. ROW THREE: V. Rhoades, S. Thompson, D. Einerson, B. Davidson, Mr. Gallun, Advisor. ROW FOUR: B. Berger, P. Swenson, D. Iones, J. Schultz, M. Burdick. 44 Spanish Club l AL l , 4 ROW ONE: I. DePort:er, R. Nelson, C. Rinck, M. Schultz, G. Byers, W. Sisson, B. Skelly, M. Watson. ROW TWO: I. Cunningham, C. McBride, J. Risch, L. Martinsen, J. Drew, M. Elphick, J. Dickhoff. ROW THREE: C. I-Iaun, L. Severance, I. Rhoades, P. Quasny, I. Westlund, G. Clark, D. Hudson, K. Werfal. ROW FOUR: R. Wenslaff, H. Hadow, S. Clark, J. Anderson, R. Gray, Mrs. Hess, Advisor. Camera Club SEATED: C. Flynn, I. Schmidt, J. King, J. Dunham, R. Wenslaff, Mr. Werfal, Advisor. STANDING: N. Manske, J. Barfknecht, K. Larson, G. Nelson, J. Van Altena, T. Kumlien. 45 Band . , :sf .2 ,Qi-5 1, T. . ,F , .f S A . .S iii 5 2 il- ' A ,U , i A ROW ONE: M. Olson, J. Cunningham, K. Larsen, L. Slauson, M. Hume, J. Holmes, ROW TWO K Werfal, B. Davidson, L. I-lull, D. Applegate, D. Mullen, J. Cullen, M. Burdick, R. Byers, I. Fralley ROW THREE D. Schumacher, B. Skelly, B. Strassburg, N. Manske, R. Kerr, N. Davis, K. Bartz, D. Branch, W Bauer, FOW FOUR: R. Field, T. Astin, N. Perry, J. Drew, E. Schwartz, T. Hilts, C. Schultz, D Emerson, G Thostenson, E. Hanson, B. Mullen, B. Haynes, M. Brown, D. Cooper. STANDING: Mr. Dabson, R Cary S. Davidson, J. Dickhoff, K. Rivers. ,ZH . Vfjr in L If I .vs 3 ' . ' Q . W 1 If ' '12, , I' . .1 l A -655, , 1,7 .. H, V .. , , V. 5 , K., mmgl, . ,-f A 1 .aw ffl msxsw H 1 jlirf 'L 5 I a U NE-J' uw ,W 2 3 if , "Our Pep Giving Section. 46 7 f Band ROW ONE: K. Hillestad, E. Wenham, A. Pierce, S. Loofboro, I-I. Hadow. ROW TWO: B. Kenyon, B. Severance, J. DePorter, C. Haun, C. Ochs, Al Olson, C. Smitley, L. Skelly, N. Boston. ROW THREE: J. Drew, J. Brunett, M. Davis, J. Anderson, I. Schultz, J. McNally, J. I-Ieinig, G. Cash, M. McMillan, C. Flynn, R. Brown, C. McBride, G. Hill, J. King. ROW FOUR: B. Von Falkenstein, R. Thomson, G. Byers, S. Crouch, G. Gandy, L. Severance, L. Martinsen, K. Jewell. . 0 ,Q .qwm, 'Eyes X r .f 1 ,J X ..l- A BATON an OUR ?xEC .,., ..., DI 7-0 PN !! 47 Pep Bama' ROW ONE: R. Byers, R. Cooper, I. Drew, I. McNally, B. Mullen, B. Wenham. ROW TWO: E. Schwartz, D. Einerson, B. Severance, B. Kenyon, G. Hill, C. Flynn, J. King, G. Cash. ROW THREE: J. Holmes, M. Olson, B. Davidson, M. Hume, J. Cullen, B. Strassburg, K. Larsen, J. DePorter, R. Cary, S. Davidson, J. Dickhoff. ROW FOUR: Mr. Dabson, Advisor, G. Byers, L. Severance, R. Field, T. Astin, L. Martinsen, R. Thomson. Dance Band Il nj l ,Qi , - H - , ' .Q ,,.. A i,,,gf.,.,,,NAA,-as aw V llrf , . Q, - ROW ONE: J. Heining, 1. Dickhoff, S. Davidson, G. Cash, M. McMillan. ROW TWO: J. Drew, M. Davis, J. Anderson, J. Schultz, W. Bauer, M. Burdick, D. Branch. ROW THREE: D. Brown, C. Ochs, Mr. Dabson, R. Kenyon, K. Bartz. 48 Choir ROW ONE: M. Srnitley, D. Ferris, J. Bolac, I. Frailey, S. Edwardson, S. Tubbs, I. Dickhoff, M. Schultz, G. Gandy, R. McBride, T. Astln, I. Courtney, B. Skelly, C. Stewart, I. Cunningham, K. Haugon, P. Holmes, C. Smitley, Mr. Dabson, Director. ROW TWO: C. Karmen, L. Hull, S. Davidson, S. Thompson, C. Haun, K. Hillestad, J. Eggen, F. Tegt, S. Weeks, P. Flynn, P. Rood, J. Burnett, G. Whitford, M. Hume, C. McBride, E. Wenham, L. Martinson, N. Boston. ROW THREE: V. Rhoades, M. Godfrey, B. Davidson, C. Wolters, A. Olson. P. Quasney, R. Cary, G. Cash, C. Flynn, R. Wenham, j. Frailey, D. Applegate, M. Davis, R. Kenyon, D. Rood, M. Hillestad, M. Wagner, L. Skelly, S. Sutherland, D. Schumacher. ROW FOUR: G. Hill, S. Clark, S. Edwardson, G. Clark, D. Whitehead, G. Byers, I. West- lund, 1. Drew, j. Anderson, R. Berger, W. Berger, D. Gaines, F. Hilton, M. Burdick, A. Crouch, R. Max son, B. Strassburg, D. DePorter, P. Abelmann, B. Lyman, L. Slauson. Twirlers 3 -if as aa, fa. -. 'R Q TS? ,L -,g a , - ,,. ' -- A i f! ' .. , f ! R N VA " J- sw? J. Dickhoff, S. Davidson, K. Rivers, S. Sessler. 49 F.H.A. .. - ln. ROW ONE: Miss Kurtz, Advisor, S. Kersten, N. Bulgrin, S. Tubbs, P. Brown, N. Ga-rbe, S. Vien. ROW TWO: D. Peterson, D. Rivers, N. Boston, N, Krauss, J. Wright, S. Loofboro, B. Barlass. ROW THREE: D. Kersten, C. McBride, C. Haun, S. Sanden, N. Perry, V. Clark. ROW FOUR: M. Fanning, S. Clark, P. Swenson, C. Wolters, L. Weber. F. F. A. mi-- cn. -?3g-53.. - ROW ONE: R. Cooper, M. Schultz, R. Bollerud, G. Vien, R. Wegner, j. Wolstrum, S. Traynor, J. Bur- gett, S. Weeks, J. Murphy. ROW TWO: M. Gavigan, D. Ambrose, J. Lucey, R. McQuillan, B. Mullen, E. Kreklow, 1. Barfknecht, 1. Extrom, J. Risch, D. Westrick, D. Stork. ROW THREE: K. Taylor, D. Day, G. Arnold, D. Drought, I. Poteat, R. Ludeking, K. Pastorius, E. St. Clair, H. Simpson, J. Traxler. ROW FOUR: G. Knudsen, M. Bollerud, R. Van Zandt, R. Kenyon, R. Pastorius, A. Cashore, C. Schultz, R. Longhenry, G. Thompson, B. Scheele, A. Pierce. ROW FIVE: D. Stewart, R. Krueger, W. Mullen, F. Rusch, R. Wolfrom, E. Henry, D. Brown, Mr. Martin, Advisor. Letterman? Club ROW ONE: G. Vien, D. Flood, W. Bauer, D. jones, G. Morehart, R. Byers, D. Nottingham. ROW TWO: I. Burnett, j. Goodger, G. Frank, G. Anderson, S. Lukas, M. McMillan. ROW THREE: M. Davis, P. Flynn, L. Helgensen, R. Gray, I. Anderson, R. Krueger, M. Sessler. ROW FOUR: D. Brown, R. Webb, K. Bartz, W. Sisson, Mr. Buhrow, Advisor. 1: 2 51 Massea' Band SEATED: janey McNally, Carol Ochs, Carolyn Smitley, Mary Olson. STANDING: Dale Brown, Dean Brown, Wayland Bauer, Malcolm MacMill.ian, John King. M assed Ch oir , SEATED: Ingrid Westlund, Leanne Martinsen, Linda. Slauson, Kristen I-Iillestad, Paulette Quasney, Judy Eggen. STANDING: Robert Kenyon, john Drew, Alan Crouch, Malcolm Burdick, james Anderson, Rollie Maxson, Gary Gandy, Robert Wenham. 52 ATHLE ICS I A Team Cheerleaders Cathy McBride, Caro le Haun, Linda Slauson, Marlene Fanning, Martha Hillestad, B Team Cheerleaders ESQ Barbara Lyman Egan H, wil. 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' ' . 1 U, , H J ' I 'K - 1.1 az Em N wfggy, " New 1 ,aaa ,H Q H ,bg uw W, 7 if fm ,er , ww 1 , cgi- K- Yeh.: uw mu 1.5 l ., ye gg 1 ' Aka, 5 ig Bonnie Swenson, Kay Anderson, Karen Haugom, Mary Lou McBride, Shirley Edwardson, Diane Schumacher 54 Football ....i.- . o lf wil Q I , -. w- Azu I ROW ONE: D. Nottingham, G. Morehart, S. Haakenson, B. Berger, R. Field, R. I-lenze, D. Hulbert, S. Carlson, T. Hilton, M. jones, G. Rogers, W. Wolters, G. Cash, W. McCann, T. Astin. ROW TWO: D. Flood, D. Stewart, R. Byers, M. McMillan, L. I-Ielgeson, R. Gray, M. Sessler, D. Brown, D. jones, R. Krueger, R. Longhenry, G. Anderson, G. Frank, I. Goodger, K. Sorgel. ROW THREE: Coaches Mr. Martin, Mr. Anderson, and Mr. Bakken, J. Murphy, D. Goodger, C. Vogel, P. Flynn, j. Anderson, J. Schultz, M. Emigholz, D. Brown, R. Webb, P. Bessell, M. Davis, K. Kohlin, H. Hadow, R. Goodger, A. Gosda, T. Carroll, S. Lukas, Mr. Gallun, Coach. ROW FOUR: R. Thompson, J. Risch, G. Gandy, G. Whitford, 1. Traxler, L. Zhe, S. Carlson, T. Pieterek, R. Van Horn, A. Oswald, J. McBride, R. Sever- ance, G. Scholl, 1. Murphy, E. Hanson, G. Garnett. MILTON UNION VS. WAUNAKEE The Redmen opened the season with a stunning defeat 31-0. MILTON UNION VS. JUNEAU The Redmen hit the victory column in their first conference game of the season as they marched to a 7-6 victory. Milton's touchdown came on the first offensive play of the game. MILTON UNION VS. SUN PRAIRIE The Unionites defense shined as they held the Sun Prairie Cardinals to only one touch- down with a 20-7 victory. MILTON UNION VS. LAKE MILLS The Redmen marched through hard rain and mud to beat the L-Cats 26-0. MILTON UNION VS. OREGON The Redmen played one of their roughest games of the season as they bowed to the league-leading Oregon, 6-0. 55 MILTON UNION VS. WATERLOO The injury-riddled Redmen again bowed as Waterloo took the top of a 7-6 decision. MILTON UNION VS. EVANSVILLE Homecoming The Redmen dropped their third in a row as they bowed to the Evansville Blue Devils on a cold and muddy homecoming evening, I2-6. MILTON UNION VS. DEFOREST The Redmen battled to their fourth loss as Deforest took them I2-0. MILTON UNION VS. CAMBRIDGE The Redmen evened their conference re- cord as they rolled over Cambridge 37-21 Senior Football Players Rv ,A x GARY ANDERSON RAY BYERS X .. wg 'J N' ,AL 5' I HM J' N fa .A fx ff ka GEORGE FRANK Captian , DALE BROWN W , A D1cK GRAY A' 56 D s Y 1 , 'v A 52 4 Q, DAVE FLOOD r 1, , il I w 'fo 1 JERRY GOODGER xxl , 5' I. Y .I 1 J Fl LES TER HELGESON Tw ' ll Y' 'f MALCOLM MCMILLAN Senlof Football Players RUS SELL KRUEGER fs? YI J 9 V Q mp 4 DI CK LONGHENRY ' n If 'fr -ij 1 , 3 'P Q A A T f H -X -E "ffl A JL Y ' A v-"U '., , V f X MIKE SESSLER 57 Y . . Y w 'X Q 5 a F. 1 , T wld DICK 1oNEs I X xg' I f 5 - 1 DON STEWART A Team Basketball ROW ONE: Coach Buhrow, A. Hahn, J. Anderson, M. McMillan, 1. Burnett, M jones j Goodger ROW TWO: W. Bauer, M. Sessler, K. Bartz, W. Sisson, S. Carlson, R. jones BASKETBALL SCHEDULE MU OPP Nov. 17 Evansville here 65 56 Nov. 18 Verona there 65 56 Nov. 22 Deforest here 50 73 Dec . 1 Deerfield there 55 69 Dec . 8 Cambridge here 51 33 Dec. 15 Lake Mills there 58 81 Dec . 22 Sun Prairie here 55 69 jan. 9 Lakeside Lutheran 57 70 Ft. Atkinson there Jan. 12 Oregon there 37 43 jan. 19 Waterloo here 45 83 jan. 26 Marshall there 49 51 Feb. 2 Evansville there 55 71 Feb. 9 Lake Mills here 57 79 Feb. 13 Edgewood there 47 75 Feb. 15 Juneau here 63 81 Feb. 17 Johnson Creek there 83 57 Feb. 23 Lakeside here 59 51 Won-5 Lost-13 58 Senior Basketball Players W Y' v 1" "if Z ' fT'f'47-I ' 'f 1 W H e,.. l W W "W W W' Wy? W W Y in ww,-'g,W'WWWWLW5,g5--EWWHX W Q W 22133411 HWYVWWQRMWWH X , 1 1 WW- WNW, .Wx W! Z1 ' ee 1 W 1 I I I I 'W W W - WW WW, W MLW" W "H WW"WW ,W 'W 'WW W WXWMW .WWW WW W W KENNETH BARTZ JOHN BRUNETT WENDELL s1ssoN W .W - W W WWW W f,'1!a.-y'WWW- W W- E' ,iietfjfsii f-W -.4x1sW1gEWgg,,z1W: .. 'sy if eagle, s W wfmg: E ,- f iff? '5 1-Q3 . SWEWW,Wl,.E2WgEeEW,f-EE, 'E . YQ WW W ' I 1' ALLEN HAHN E 'W RICHARD IONES W W W ' i W WW W W WWW A - WW -- .W WW W W , . W, W 1 1 MALCOLM MCMILLAN WAYLAND BAUER MICHAEL SESSLER 59 B Team Basketball l ROW ONE: G. Garnett, R. Severance, D. Schmaling, R. Bass, G. Scholl, E. Ethen, A. Gosda ROW TWO: Coach Madsen, D. Hulbert, S. Carlson, G. Thostenson, D. Gaines, F. Rusch, W. Berger W Wolter. B TEAM M .U . OPPONENTS 26 Evansville 4 1 Verona 24 Deforest 3 9 Deerfield 34 Cambridge 36 Lake Mills 3 1 Sun Prairie 4 8 Lakeside Lutheran 30 Oregon 6 1 Waterloo 20 Marshall 25 Evansville 34 Lake Mills 3 1 Edgewood 32 Juneau 41 johnson Creek 53 Lakeside Won- - 6 Lost - 1 1 28 40 35 18 36 M.U. 39 28 40 52 35 25 37 36 40 57 47 35 46 28 51 58 70 39 Won--5 23 Lost- 3 32 60 FRESHMEN OPPONENTS Janesville, St. Marys Edgerton Whitewater Janesville, St. Marys Beloit Catholic Whitewater Beloit Catholic Edgerton Wrestlz'ng Squad ROW ONE: T. Hilts, G. Gavigan, R. Wenham, T. Hanthorn, R. Goodger, R. Cooper. ROW TWO: K. Taylor, D. Nottingham, G. Vien, G. Cash, R. Pastorius, R. Byers, G. Anderson, K. Pastorius, G. Morehart, J. King, T. Carroll. ROW TI-IREE: T. Hilton, G. Mawhinney, B. Von Falkenstein, R. Webb, C. Rinck, D. Brown, D. Brown, K. Page, L. Marzahl, D. Van Altena, G. Knutson, Coach Anderson. WRESTLER WT . W . L . D . PINS . PC Gary Anderson 133 9 7 0 2 .562 Dale Brown Unl . 6 6 2 3 .500 Ray Byers 180 1 10 0 1 . 091 Gene Gavigan 103 9 4 1 3 .692 Don Stewart 145 0 1 0 0 Gary Vien 127 6 7 1 0 .462 Tom I-Iilts 120 3 0 0 2 1.000 Ron Webb 165 11 6 0 4 . 647 Leslie Marzahl 154 3 5 0 2 .375 Gary Mawhinney 145 13 3 O 9 . 812 Dean Nottingham 120 ll- 5 0 6 .687 Roger Goodger 112 2 10 0 O . 167 Minor Letter Winners Dean Brown Wayne McCann Richard Cooper Terry Astin Torn Pieterek Torn Hanthorn George Cash Barry von Falkenstein George KnudS011 Jim Eliason Bob Wenham 61 .. ew .5 .. w , A Hffijffff ,M ..,, 'mifkfifi 1 v Senior Wrestlers REQ DALE BROWN 5 V GARY ANDERSON J? W Q ' M NTT 5 T N 'img RUSSELL PAS TORIUS 'Wf- if GENE GAVIGAN 1 1 " ' 3221- . gf ' 2 e 1 M H, ' 5 : .f -5 -5 2 - QQ ! 'gk M W. CHRISTIAN RINCK , WS! 2Wg.,."L V Q I F 2 uw ' 1 gr . . 1 . . , v W N 'ae w. RAY BYERS G' gd ivy 5 ga I E . I Nu 5 GARY VIEN ACTIVI 11-is I Homecoming Gary Anderson, jerry Goodger, Russ Krueger, Dick jones, Mike Sessler, Dale Brown, Kathy Rivers, janet McNally, janet Drew, Karen Larsen, Carol Ochs, Sheila Yttri. Queen Kathy and King Dale Dale Brown, Kathy Rivers, Mr. Anderson. 64 Chrzktmas F ormal DuWayne Stork, Robert Kenyon, Carl Schultz, Russell Pastorius, Richard Longhenry, Lennie Rusch, Russell Krueger, Catherine Mc- Bride, Carol McNally, Patricia Brown, Sharon Tubbs, Sharon Ker- sten, Carole Haun, Sue Vien, Donna Rivers. LI1 . ix- V ll, Cathie McBride, Russ Krueger, 'Carol McNally, and "And so ends the Grand March. " Lennie Rusch. Homecoming Parade Hu, Hi: .4 f 4 , ' -. , : ' . 1 vs qgf 1, ' J ' I. f ' ' - .Q "V ,,,- - 1 l. ! 11 - ' , I Queen Kathy Rivers The Junior Class entry in the parade. 65 Badger Girls State Badger Boys State .X yr Wi-w Elaine Benn Jim SChu1tZ Douglas Goodger D.A.R. Award john Philip Sousa Fgrgngig Lmgug Wjnngfs Band Award 5 Jackie Rhoades Dale Brown Catherine McBride, Barbara Strassburg Paulette Qusny, Mary Godfrey, 66 ational Honor Society l Ti in 12? FIRST ROW: Carolyn Smitley, Kristin Hillestad, Carol Ochs. SECOND ROW: Ruth Ann Nelson, Jackie Rhoades, Catherine McBride. THIRD ROW: Wayland Bauer, Mary Olson, Dale Rood. FOURTH ROW: Malcolm Burdick, Dale Brown, Wendell Sisson. "Like,-but oh so dmfenzffv f fx si il' elf- 'iii FIRST ROW: Rodney and Mathew Bollerud, Mike and Sandra Sessler, Julie and Joyce Hudson. SECOND ROW Bob and Bill Berger, Stuart and Steven Carlson. 67 Class Propheqy As we page through the November 29, 1993 issue of the Milton Mediocre we see the following headlines: Werfal Honey Company to put on a dance for employees. Thomas Henze, President of Local Union, says he will protest the proposed decorations. Helgeson sues Clark's Dancing School for thrown pelvic bone. Congressman Gray speaks out against drafting pro football player George Frank. President Ted Kennedy appoints John Brunett, Attorney General and Jerry Goodger, Secretary of Agriculture. Ambassador Van Altena leaves for post in Outer Mongolia. Famous clothes designer to put on fashion show. Buzz Haun and models Carol Gunderson and Roberta Johnson, will reveal his styles for '93, The Paulette Cosmetic Company has developed a new hair dye. Fashion model Carol Ochs will show the new creation called Bottom-of-the-Well Black at Curly Cou.rtney's Salon. The Sterner Elevated Footwear, Inc. , and the Swenson De-elevated Shoe Corporation to merge. Mike Sessler takes over Gene Gavigan's job as gas station attendant at Stages. Breakdown on assembly line. Operations at the Wegner Soap and Athletic Lockers Factory were held up by M. Fanning, S. Sessler, and C. McBride, part-time workers there. Details were not dis- closed. Actress to marry for Sth time. Kathy Rivers will exchange vows with 98 year old Texas Oilrnan. Chicken farmer Russ Krueger asks for divorce from Karen Larsen Krueger. Claims he was hen-pecked Multi-Millionaire Wendell Sisson marries high school freshman. H. F. C. X. has selected Carolyn Smitley Brown as the most well-informed housewife of the year. Runners-up in competition were Judy Eggen and Kay Grams. Rolland Maxson Jr. has just finished a complete survey of Sarah Lake for the Coast and Geodetic Survey. Two teachers to retire. Miss Gloria Andrus, Business Administration, and Miss Sharon Tubbs, Agri- culture, announce they have better plans. 67th Tarzan chosen - Don Hudson to star in favorite role. Actress Shirley Mould to play supporting part of Jane. C. B. S. announces new M. C. for program "Candid Camera"-Actor Don Stewart. Professor Wenslaff publishes new book-"The New Revised Quadratic Equations Can Be Fun". Sandra Sanden and Carol Roehl will make a guest appearance on the Jack LaLanne Show next Monday morning. Wayland Bauer has recorded a new LP for Columbia "How to Develop Carbage Can Tone". An- other new record-"Al Gross and his Groaning Guitar". You might say that he's selling records by the gross. Filler Item: Arabrab Thcenfarb is Barbara Barfnecht spelled backwards. M. R. Burdick loses case. Lawyer's client Kenneth Bartz is fined for breaking and entering. Judge Corkhill cites earlier case as precedent. As Gary Anderson and Dickie Bill jones return from Pigeon Hunting, they find Jackie Rhoades and Cathie Black building a bonfire in the woods. Church Youth had party at Christian's Roller Rinck. Rev. Nelson lectures group on self-discipline afterwards. Boston, Drew, and Hillestad are the first women on the moon. Comment - Send men. Vien speaks at High School Sports Banquet. 1992 Indianapolis 500 Mile Winner attributes victory to pit crew headed by Ray Byers. Florence Tegt scores 99 points for Texas Cowgirls Saturday night. Dale, Marcia, Pat, Wally, and Mr. Thostenson have bought out the Buster Brown Company. Pastorius buys out Blackies from the proceeds of his regular customers Al Cashore, Jerry Thompson, Dick Longhenry, and Dave Flood. Sale on hubcaps - Schwartz's Used Car Lot, 413 Elm Street. 1960 Small Date Lincoln Pennies for sale CHEAP! - Dale Rood, 420 Madison Avenue. Hamburgers, French Fries, and Malts for only 194: - Kertz's Drive-In and Riding Stables. Hit and run victum admitted to hospital. Sharon Kersten says she doesn't know what hit her. Police chief Bob Van Zandt is investigating the accident. Are you lonely? Unhappy? Disappointed? Did someone run out on you? If so, join the jolly Lonely Hearts Club. President - Bev Bean, Vice-President - Judy Schumacher, Secretary-Treasurer, Mary Olson. Wanted - Secretary with good qualifications, preferably light for weak knees. Contact Malcolm McMillan. Work Wanted - Secretarial work, graduate of Milton Union High School Q1962jg past experience with McMillan Finance Company. Barbara Kenyon, 4 South Sheridan Street. If your name wasn't mentioned you are the hit and run driver. 68 Class Wz'll We, the Class of 1962, being about to pass out of this sphere of education, in full possession of a crammed mind, well-trained memory, and almost superhuman understanding, do make and publish this, our last will and testament, hereby revoking and making void all former wills or promises by us at any time heretofore made, or mayhap, carelessly spoken, one to the other, as the thoughtless wish of an idle hour. As to such estate as it has pleased the Fates and our own strong hands and brains to win for us, we do dispose of the same as follows: 1. Gloria Andrus leaves her shorthand ability to Mr. Madsen. 2. Cathie Black hasn't been here often enough to leave. 3. Beverly Bean and Shirley Mould leave to be married. 4. Dale Brown grabs his drum and beats it. 5. Sandy Clark leaves Sonny in a comer. 6. Don Hudson leaves his "body-washing" ability to Jim Anderson. 7. Wayland Bauer and Mac McMillan leave their social "contacts" to Harlow Hadow and John Mallon. 8. Sharon Tubbs, Carol Roehl, Roberta Johnson, and Sandy Sanden leave their birthday parties to Barbara Stein, Marcia Watson, Leanne Martinsen, and Jeane Risch. 9 Marlene Fanning leaves her wild antics to Ingrid Westlund. 10 Bob Kertz leaves 154: to anyone who wants to purchase a hamburger from McDonalds. 11. George Corkhill leaves his athletic ability to Gary Morehart. 12 Henry Schmeling, Russ Pastorius, and Al Cashore leave their nightly escapades to Allen Gosda, Jerry Barfknecht, and Bruce Lippincott. 13. Allen Hahn leaves his melodious voice to Gene Hill. 14. John Brunett leaves all his basketball skills to next year's team. 15. Dick Longhenry leaves his car to Mr. Brockman along with his driving ability. 16. Nancy Boston leaves her queenly ways to Sheena in hopes they will help her rule her jungle. 17. Ruth Ann Nelson leaves her sweet disposition to Carole Hau.n. 18. Carolyn Smitley leaves Mr. Dabson without a pianist. . Gloria Sterner leaves her vivaciousness to Georgia Clark. . Carol Ochs leaves her sweet smile to Phyllis Nelson. Christian Rinck leaves the United States with best wishes from all. Gerry Thompson leaves his suave manners and smooth ways to Kenneth Larsen. Mike Sessler, Dick Jones, and Gary Anderson will their hunting abilities and gun cases to Jim Burkett, Matthew and Rodney Bollerud. 19 20 21. Ray Byers leaves his jungle movies to Vickie Rhoades. 22 23 24 25. Gene Gavigan leaves his file to Mark Emigholz in case things get rough. 26. Sandy Sessler leaves for the farm. 27. Ruth Ann Wenslaff leaves to solve Wisconsin's traffic problems by becoming a meter-maid. 28. Kay Grams leaves her cackle to the Junior Chicks. 29. Wendy Sisson wills his halo to Keith Kohlin. We believe his has slipped. 30. Russ Wegner leaves his fighting female fans. 31. Florence Tegt leaves in a cloud of smoke. 32. George Frank leaves his tackling ability to Sherry Derr in hopes she'll get her man. 33. Kathy Rivers leaves her dates to Sheila Yttri in hopes that Sheila will have fewer problems next year. 34. Malcolm Burdick and Rollie Maxson leave their new book "Knock at the Door" to Al Crouch. 35. Russ Krueger leaves his tremendous physique to Pat Flynn - he needs it. 36. Dave Flood leaves his artistic ability to Dean Quade - who was born without any. 37. Jack Courtney and Skip Schwartz leave for the lake - Do you think they'll swim? Maybe their heads will. 38. Karen Larsen leaves her short skirts to Mary Agnes Manogue as they should just fit. 39. Sharon Kersten and Barb Barfknecht leave their physical education techniques to Carol Hanauska and Elaine Beran. 40. Judy Eggen leaves her fiery outbursts and nightly editing sessions with Mr. Brockznan to next year's editor. 41. Bob Van Zandt leaves his love letters to anyone who is desperate. 42. Paulette Quasny leaves in a cloud of dust and flying gravel for another course of "Bird-watching. " 43. Wally Brown couldn't wait to leave. 44. Janet Drew wills her coy and confident ways to Dick Cary. 45. Dale Rood leaves his knowledge to the administration. 46. Pat Brown leaves her office ability to Betty Barlass. 47. Judy Schumacher leaves on a cloud marked June 16. 48. Dick Gray wills his fluent Spanish to Mrs. Hess. 49. Gary Vien leaves his ring with Barb Lyman. 50. John Van Altena leaves his second-hand remarks to John King. 51. Ken Barn leaves Don Gaines. . 52. Jerry Goodger leaves his truck to Doug in hopes that he will use it wisely. 53. Alan Gross leaves his swinging hips to Mrs. Glenn. 54. Don Stewart leaves his wayward ideas to Jeff Bolden in case he runs out of them. 55. Lester Helgeson leaves his quiet manner to Leonard Lund - Seems Sonja likes the strong silent type! 56. Tom I-Ienze leaves his artistic talent for sculpture to Linda Slauson so that she may carve herself a model man. 57. Barb Kenyon leaves her studious ways to Ron Webb. He looks like a deep thinker. 58. Pat Swenson wills a few inches of her height to Janet McNally - seems Mike is getting round shouldered. 59. Cathie McBride wills her happy-go-lucky ways to Virginia Wenslaff. We feel it's about time she had a good fling. 69 60 65 Mary Olson leaves her friendly ways and her quiet laughter to Vickie Clarkg not that she isn't friendly enough - but that laugh! 61. Kris Hillestad leaves her merry voice and cheerful "hel1o" to Kathy Mori. Milton Union wouldn't be the same without them. 62. Jackie Rhoades leaves a few of her clothes to Linda Hull. It seems she has "just nothing to wear". 63. Carol Gunderson leaves her short memory to Delores Drays in case there is something she wants to forget. 64. ' Marcia Brown leaves in "Beulah" to cultivate a friendship. A-n-n-n-nd Werfal! leaves for France to entertain the troops. Besides these enforced gifts, we leave - not of necessity, but our own free will - our blessing, tender mem- ories of our pleasant associations together, and our forgiveness for anything that we may not have exactly appr ciated in the demonstrations of the past, and a pledge of friendship from henceforth and forever. 1 ' 1 Q,-, V I . A Ui "ova smnuns mom COURT" "OUR CRIMSON FLASH STAFF" "Dale's "Our wonderful cameraman - John King!" Big Drum! " "You hold both hands when you dance, Mrs. Glenn. " "Do you always wrestle in threes?" 70 E Candid Shots "Is it really that heavy, Ed?" -, l A l w "IT wAsN'T HARD T0 DPEN,WHS IT" gp? -J -'74 ,LII f , h lg? -331-.3 "Relaxing" , U ,, r. K "Are you tired, Bonny? Well, soon you can go home. " 'X Q RTHHT suns as A FANCY HOOD oRNAmENr" f - vw' , , WTHEP1E'S H NEW FRESHMHNH 5' V xiix X: "Christmas decorations in the upper hall" 71 Our Boosters Albrecht Furniture and Funeral Home Anderson, Charles H. Ins. Agency Badgerland Co -op and Feed Mill Bank of Milton Bauer, Harold--Contractor and Builder Burdick Corporation Conway's Standard Service Davis, Milton 81 Burdick, H. Lawrence M. D. Davidson's Grocery Dickhoff Chevrolet Sales "Doc" Dockhorn- -Realtor Draper's Market Farley Milling Co. General Case Co. --Carl M. Sunby Gray's Market Green, Homer - -Barber Shop Hillestad Hardware 81 Appliance Holmes Hardware Holmes, J. F., M. D. Hudson, George H. -Flowers and Gifts Hull 8: Wright Ins. Agency Jones T.V. Sales and Service Junction Cafe junction Heating--Elmer Schwartz Kasper's Eats and Shell Service Lukas Hardware Lukas. Marathon Martin's Super I. G. A. Market McMill , C. W. --Builder McNarna a Drug Store Milton Dr g Store Milton junction Lumber Co. Milton Lumber Co. Milton -Milton Junction Telephone Co. Milton Gil Co. Milton Savings and Loan Morrissey City Service Munson, Dexter I. --Attorney Myers gl Deal--Veterinarians Nottingham Roofing Ochs Clothing Store Park Cafe Peterson gl Rye- Barber Shop Pure Oil Co. --jack Brown Raby's Barber Shop Schmutzler, G. A. --Dentist Scoville Electronics Shumway Appliance Shop Skelly's Super Market Squeeze Inn--Restaurant State Farm Ins. --G. Buhrows Strassburg, C. B. --Shoes and Clothing Sunny Beach Farm, apples--J. Flynn The Farmers Bank Tom's Restaurant Unique Cleaners Van Horn Paint 81 Supplies Variety Store Wade, W. A. --Chiropractor Weather Vane Motel- Mr. gl Mrs. Doyle Black Western Auto Associate Store Wisconsin Power 81 Light Co. Woodman's Super Market Jane sville C. M. Office 81 School Supply Goodenough Music Store He lgesen Studio johnny Saxer--Sporting Goods Robinson's Peerless Laundry gl Cleaners W


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