Monroe High School - M Book Yearbook (Monroe, WI)

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Man's insatiable desire for knowledge about himself, about his environment and the forces by which he is surrounded, gives life its mean- ing and purpose, and clothes it with final dignity. Raymond B. Fosdick Mp.- ll Q ll i ll Cl L? . Q v ff A"' WF' 'if' 'L . f-f,':7'+' ff W ,,,. J ,,..Q M1 ,,,i ,,,, ,- 9 Ii? ff? W SEEWET W 1: t,. K T .V In , :Tl . a wap-kv 4 Azz ,EW pm-.......,..,... A Q ' ' """' ' fin' www-wwe.. M-mqpn-M1u0'ksuusun4v1, J-Xm-bun-:vw ADMINISTRATION E. 0, EVANS T. R. HOLYOKE Assistant Principal Superintendent of Schools Industrial Arts EDMUND ANDERSON Mus. GRACE ANDERSON Algebra Physics Sponsor - Drivers' Education Junior Class I sig 1 'W' L L1 W, ,Q A mv 4-Q f- WP' ..:T12 , lil' salsa?- g ff Girls Physical Education Sponsor - G. A. A. Jr. Orchesis ,h, C 43 ., ., if Q7 4 . " . oi Pm-E9 4q that ALLAN F. BARNAIFD OLGA BUTH Instrumental Music V 1M . Sponsor-Pep Band S003 uslc . 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EVELYN HARTWIG GENEVIEVE ARENSDORF Superintendenfs High SCWQIQI. Slfcfxfftafy School Nurse Secretary Sponsor ri 1 'AE r 5, .K ,, Y, Ku K ,il I .-'G - 5 .2 if gs e v- 1: 'J-J -A 11 Mg 41- ' 'ix J, ' fe if ,J 4. gi f.4. Y: v nl- . L r., 4 'uw HK 'fr .? ff 1 ff - ,- ' 5" '. 43-2e.w"' " ,,. , ffl" ia' , . .Ay 33? J. -. ,A " ,!f' 1' 1 ' 1 'V ' ,HQ LH. .' 7' . ' W vi. I U .y'Qn,,k1' inf.-J 1' 1 . , . . ' , 1 A,-1-'7 .' 1' ze '. 4 Mir, .Aw 1. . Q ,in f ia, H m A -e 3' N, -5- , I L' ,. it I ,uv , fn X k Y' 1 ff JN' F 4 Jfsa., xr' 42 A .1 f L sap. Wi , : . ' ff rug. gf , , .t .t fc., - , I .,.,,.,,g,g,gV A A A A- ' ,, .Vq,i.,i E ,L FIRST ROW: R. Krauss, J. Ellis, F. Cotherrnnn, R. Dettwiler, R. Kummer, J. Hammer. F. Bldlingmaler, G. Gempeler, M. Huber, SECOND ROW: G. Goodman, L. Burkhalter, M. Herfel, G. Hasse. G. Berg, J. Crane, L. Broge, C. Kundert, R. Feldt, H. Brennan, B. Akre, M. Haw- thorne, D. Human, P. Kelley. THIRD ROW: K. Davis, B. Blaser, J. Anzlereck, J. Curran, R. Keller, J. Anderson, C. Goodrich. D. Kolb, S. Burt, D. Hodgson, A. Holtshopple, D. Becker, P. Good, J. Burt, G. Gruenberg. FOURTH ROW: C. Ashby, R. Eicholtz, R. Hyland, L. Drake, L. Flick, R. Kubly, F. Buch, R. Blanc, D. Fritz, J. Burringtan, R. Eley, C. Dickson, D. Bechtolt, E. Haeft, V. Gilbertson. SOPHOMORES With the greatest ot enthusiasm they arrived. Who? Why the sophomore class of 1948-49, of course. Wasting no time they quickly adjusted themselves to the new life, and added greatly to the ac- tivities of MHS. Each organization had its share of sophies and was better because of them. C?i Af J A l A . Q L .. A FIRST ROW: J. Schultz, H. Stauffer, L. Myer, B. Wuethrich, J. Zlmmarman, M. Walker, D. Risser, Joyce Waeffler. SECOND ROW: Miss Baldwin, J. Srrasser, N. Wyss, M. Von Moos, D. Wyss, L. Wels, Jean Stauffacher, P. Morenz, V. Swanton, W. Ruch, D. Perdue, G. Rahe, M. Lindsay. THIRD ROW: D. Miller, J. Van Wagenen, J. McGuire, W. Segncr, F. Ladwig, L. Steinman, E. Ruff, H. Pfaeffli, P. Teehan, M. Rear, R. Ruesser, J. Tsclmnz, L. Schmerse, G. Spring, D. Teehan, W. Schwgigor. FOURTH ROW: L. Viel, T. Mulligan, B. Weckerly, L. Schmidt, M. Prien. V. O'Flalxerty, W. Wandfluh, C. Neuenschwander, D. Sullivan, R. Rygh, R. Teehan, W. Lengaclxer, R. Marty, R. Ruch, K. Norton, R. Matzke. SOPHOMORES A real leader, Fred Buob, was elected to hold the honored position of President of his class. Ken- neth Davis, as Vice-President: Lydia Wels, Secretaryg and Janet Schultz, Treasurerg did their ut-most and proved to be very capable officers. Ruth Feldt and Daniel Teehan were selected to voice the ideas of their class in our student government. Miss Harriet Baldwin served as class advisor. Golly, what won- derful juniors and seniors they should turn out to be! gs Jsum. :mums lu. 5: f y W' 4 xi x aiu :sg , yr !! Rik f i l . , H ll t it fe .f ll FIRST ROW: Mr. Mitchell, R. Rieder, W. Schmltz, C. Blum, R. Brunl, E. Zoller. E. Masshardi. SECOND ROW: F. Buob, J. Pierce, R Wells, T Thorpe, A. Stauffacher R Sch alger, J. Ku de t D Eth 'd . THIRD R . ' . , . w n r , . rl ge OW: K Hartwlg, M. Cook, J. Solomon, E. Quinn, F. Huber, A. Stuessy, W. Beach, J. Soddy. FOURTH ROW: J. Staffon, E. V ler W. H R M ' ' og , ogan, . aurer. H. Sulzer, N. Marti, H. Spelch, A. Prlslr. M CLUB Membership in this comparatively recently organized club is restricted. Only M.H.S. athletes who have won a major "M" are permitted to join. This activity convenes every Wednesday and early in the year the members chose the following capable officers: Eugene Quinn, president, Allie Stauffacher, vice-president, and Ernest Vogler, secretary-treasurer. With money collected from advertisements this group furnished free programs at all the football and basketball games. Another important item on this year's calendar was the planning ofa change in the award system for major letters. GAA BOARD AND SPORTSLEADERS Under the leadership of Mrs. Grace Anderson, the G. A. A. board and sportsleaders planned the program for the year. Sports for the year were arranged in accordance with the seasons. The board and sportsleaders are as follows: President: Carol Van Wagenen, Vice-President, Shirley Wells, Secretary: Ruth Goodman, Treasurer: Marjorie Rear, Hockey: Shirley Kundert, Social and Country Dancing: Mary Walters, Basketball: Kathleen Conway, Volleyball: Gwennie Shaffer, Badminton: Lydia Wels, Soccer Kick- ball: Rose Marie Ruesser, Softball: .loan Hare, Tennis: Lois Richardson Indoor Games: Maril n I Y Kubly, Special Events Chairman: Marianne Dittmer. Missing from the G. A. A. officers and sportsleaders picture is 1 Marjorie Rear and Lois Rich- ardson. FIRST ROW: Mrs. Anderson, M. Dittmer, R. Goodman, S. Kundert, J. Hare, M. Walters. SECOND ROW. R. Ruesser, L. Wels, M. Kubly, S Wells, C. Van Wagenen, J. Black, K. Conway. ix, 12 FIRST ROW: D. McGrath, B. Wuetrlch, M. Walker, M. Zuercher, J. Spelch, L. Richardson, J. Zimmerman SECOND ROW: L. Meyer G. Shaffer, M. Walters, E. Miller, Joan Waeffler, Joyce Waeffler J. Strusser, W. Ruch. THIRD ROW: C. Spring, J. Schroeder, D Webster F. Ladwlg D. Wyss M. Stauffacher M. Lanz, M. Rear, C. Van Wagenen, L. Stuessy FOURTH ROW: P. Teehan, J Madden, S. Wells, J. Voelkli, R. Speich, R. Reusser, G. Niederbefger L. Weis. N- WYSS- Let's have fun ll This is the motto of all of the girls who belong to G.A.A. This athletic organization, sponsored by Mrs. Grace Anderson, was made up of sophomore, junior, and senior girls. ln action they are seen on the basketball floor, the tennis courts, the hockey field, the softball diamond, and the vol- ley ball courts. Besides these sports the group participated in talk dancing and also did some bowl- ing. GAA .'i' if .. fl y Y?- 3--- . lm f .. , .... 2, ... - , 1--J - Y Q r iigw lll- t 1... X, E f f f f.- gg FIRST ROW: R. Kummer, M. Boyd, J. Ellis, R. Dettwiler, F. Cotherman, N. Davis, J. Hare. SECOND ROW. M. Holcomb, L. Burk- halter, R. Goodman, S. Kundert, M. Dittmer, C. Kunclert, M. Herfel. THIRD ROW: R. Johnson, M. Angliker, M. Cothermnn, C. Hartman, J. Black, L. Broge, M Hawthorne, D. Human, K. Feldt. FOURTH ROW: M. Hasse, L. Herbert, M. Kubly, S. Burt, D. Kolb, M. Hogan, K. Conway, C. Goodrich, B. Akre. FIRST ROW: T. Falk, Nathan Bechtolt, V. Pick. Mr. Davenport, LeRoy Spring, Naainan Bechtolt. SECOND ROW: K. Krahenbuehl, E. Grossen A. Vogel, R. Rleder, M. Collins, E. Zoller, E. Walters. THIRD ROW: C. Fi-autschy. R. Gerber, S. Naffzger, A Buri D. Timm D Barth B Albright, J. Blumer. FOURTH ROW: Lorenz Spring, B. Bartlett, J. Scldy. R. Roth, J. Donahue, E. Kopp, E.. Frederick V. Neuensch and , , w er A. Schuetz. FFA "Learn the fine points of agriculture in the classroom, then go out on the farm and practice them." This is the aim of the Monroe FFA under the successful leadership of Mr. Robert Davenport. Sixty-nine boys and one girl are learning to become Future Farmers of America. ! - A' Q .,1 f " U3 nd", 1 7. 5 . ,..-- ' N- f Fax JF' 'WS FIRST ROW: B. Krauss, W. Schmoldl, W. Rufener, B. Blum, J. McGuire, B. Schuetz, P. Hartwig, D. Elmer. SECOND ROW: F. Thorpe, G. Spring, A. Mayer, A. Stalder, K. Holloway. E. Lueck, N. Wels, L. Westgard. THIRD ROW: H. Prien, J. McGulr:. J. Tschanz, R. Gruenberg, D. Bechtoll, W- 58811913 R- SPCiCh- R- 5PBiCh. W- Pifk- FOURTH ROW: L- Drake, R. Keller, C. Dickson. J. Burt, W. Brunkow, J. Gobell, D. Ferguson, K. Norton, S. Burt. FIRST ROW: R. Dettwiler, F. Cotherman, J. Crane, L. Bruny, K. Brennan. SECOND ROW: J. Zixnmerman, F. Bidlingmaier, L. Myers, B. Yvuetrich, S. Erickson. THIRD ROW: G. Hasse, C. In- ltrgand, G. Berg, D. Becker, H. Krahenbuehl, M. Hawthorne. FOURTH ROW: D. Kolb, H. Brennan, L. Wels, F. Ladwig, D. Leopold, Mr. Davenport. GIRLS F F A The woman's place is not always in the home! F. F. A. Girls, under the supervision of Robert E. Davenport, learn the essentials of good farming, nec- essary to help out their future former husbands. Therefore, it is oppropriate that these girls know more about the seven cardinal principles in farming which are: Soil, Crops, Livestock, Machinery, Buildings, Labor and Marketing. CONSERVATION This popular extra-curricular activity met every Tuesday in room lO8, un- der the supervision of Mr. J. C. Colder. The members enjoyed varied movies, each stressing a different phase of conservation. The following officers were elected by the club members: Bob Martin, President, Alvin Feldt, Vice-Presi- dent, Karl Schillinger, Secretary, andHarold Pagel, Treasurer. FIRST ROW: W. Wandfluh, D. Timmons, C. Schilllnger, H. Pagll, J. Stauffacher SECOND ROW: J. Kundert, J. Solomon, A. Sulzer, E. Quinn, H. Speich. THIRD ROW: F. Thorpe, A. Feldt, R. Mar- tin. T. Goetz, M. Ehlert, Mr. Calder. I6 HOMECOMING The annual homecoming was a gala affair this year. Crepe paper, old clothes, and signs made up the grand parade to the park. The prize for the most beautiful float, was given to the An- nual, whose theme was, "Styles may change, but our loyalty never!" The bonfire lighted the spirit of the team, and also of their "Monroeite" followers. After a discouraging, but well fought game with Wisconsin Dells l6-Ol, all wended their way to the beautifully decorated gym for the long awaited dance. The grand march was led by our queen, Patricia Green, and Marlin Cook, with her attend- ants .lanice Dye, and Evelyn Due, and their escorts. 1'-was ,,..-1 f V sfrsg-Q Sititr m1Z"'5 11:3 .SEQ 5.9412 -ale? . 2 3:5-,E Miogig . 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Timm, R. aurer JUNIORS Class rings plus magazine sales plus the Prom equals a never to be forgotten junior year. Yes, looking back we realize what an important position our junior year holds in our memories. Mr. Calder, who has become the "Father of the Junior Class," and Mr. Anderson, who like the sophs so well he moved with them, were the competent advisors ofthe class. They assisted the offi- cers in making a success of the number one event in a junior"s life-THE PROM. Then came .lune-all too soon, but we realized that with our junior year as a rock foundation, next year would be even better than the "Best Year of My Life." cms-5 Ri N65 N31 .law-49 gg: gp 1345675 5,9 L47 XM 1. , ff 20 M - A - A ... - FIRST ROW: Mr. Anderson, M. Collins, K. Brennan, L. Bruni, E.. Kr:m'r, M. Angliker, B. Kundert. M. Lanz, R. Johnson, R. Flannery, M Dittmzr, A. Burl, Mr. Calder. SECOND ROW: K. Faherty C Indergand, L. Herbert R Goodman, E. Beckman J Bro e H. Locher, A n - , - 1 - Z 1 Fcldt, L. Brandt, J. Black, L. Block, M. Holcomb E Hackle L Burgy THIRD ROW G Engles R Dearth l ln well D Due , . , . , . . , . . . 3 , . , man, K. Bender, M. Kubly, M. Krauss, R. Fitzgerald, M. Hogan, D. Lecpold, L. Bruzellus, M. Flannery, S. Blumer. C. Hartman F0uRTH ROW' K. Krahenbuehl,.T Falk G. Frautschy T Goetz, A. Armstron A. Feldt B B rtl tt R. G b J JuN1oRs T 367 , L, QXYQQ S oc A-N: My cfyj ff WX 1 Nz- ll ll L. M. Cather- , J. Forbes J. Hyland Zl L. to R. Seated: G. Shaffer, R. Rieder, D. Teehan, Mlss Baldwin, R. Maurer, R. Speich. D. Nafzger Standing L. to R.: Miss Jones, Mr. Anderson. Missing from picture: Mr. Holyoke, Mr. Calder. STUDENT COUNCIL "The motion has been made and seconded. All in favor say 'Aye'." That would be the note that a visitor would hear if he or she were pre- sent, when the Student Council, our student government meets. The Council, which meets every Thursday, has the job of appoint- ing committees tor homecoming mixers. They also supervised the safety patrol, the Christmas stocking fund, and other events which oc- cured throughout the year. It is their job to bring the will of the stu- dents out in the open. BULLETIN ADVERTISING Money? Money! Moneyl This is the favorite cry of the people on the Bulletin Advertising Staff. These are the ones who take care ot the business that comes with getting out a school paper regularly. Certainly without the work they do and the money they collect from the downtown merchants for advertisements, the Bulletin just couldn't be printed and published. FIRST ROW: Miss Petter, E. Zoller, H. Masshardt, D. Meyer. SECOND ROW: L. Howard, M. Weiss, L. Brandt, K. Faherty. THIRD ROW: L. Lundy, H. Buob, D. Leopold, E. Kiel, J. Kurth. FIRST ROW: Mrs. Gruenewald, E Beckman, D. Wenger, M. Zuercher, M. Angliker, B. Kundert, K. Krauss, B. Stanf- facher, U. Signer. SECOND ROW: C. Hartman, K. Bender, M. Cothermun, S. Blumer, N. Moldenhauer, O. Monte, J. Trelotar, L. Burgy, M. Schilt, C. Wenger. THIRD ROW: M. Krauss, M Kubly, J. Davis, M. Hess, C. Schindler, D. Nuf- zger, C. Farmer, J. Forbes, S. Trickel, D. Webster. BULLETIN One of the busiest units of M. l-l. S. is the Bulletin staff. Close cooperation of the en- tire group is necessary in order to cover every phase of school activity. Their objective is to bring you a well rounded record of school life. Each year the staff must strive diligently to uphold the standards set by their predeces- sors. The eagerness with which the student body looks forward to each edition adds incentive to their work. The top rating received by the Bulletin in past years, offers a challenge to each new staff. BULLETIN CUBS Meet the Bulletin Cubs! While preparing for the regular staff next year, the "cubs" learn the fundamentals of journalism such as the writing of good news stories, features, and sports accounting. Emphasis was placed on personality sketches also this year. All these things are practiced during the year, and every spring the cubs are responsible for one issue with a mock staff. At the end of the year, it is customary for the cubs to give the regulars a picnic. This outing brings to close ci year of newspaper apprenticeship. FIRST ROW: Mrs. Gruenewald, J. Schultz, J. Strasser, M. Huber, J. Hammer. SECOND ROW: B. Lengacher, C. Goodrich, P Teehan., C. Kundert, E. Rufi. THIRD ROW: D- HOJKSOD. H. Pfleffli. M. Rear. J- Ahdershll- 5:4133 'EJ 'O 4-1 A. ll Z if u :Ii in O M gm I0 ""5 -:E E: an H71 U -IE .Sf ...U mi +3 :IE Eg- Ill o -2 Mo gd E .I u N ui ni. 8:3 NO liz gn. ,,,.x Q2 -Eu: O -It 5 2 00 Ili L.. su 'U IU E553 M5541 2 E' 3 :N I l- I Q C-I x.. 0 'B L. O O U Ld I1 1-1 U1 UI.. S-'Ei van N ui '55 i u gm 5 "'::: HB. I-1 L- ci. rn L5 .- -I U :iii 0 1' U C5 Ta .1 .2 L. l" ui 2 E ul 3 O I I P- IZ li? 39.3 0. Ma. Q-ge zacf-5 o. 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With Miss O'Brien as our able instructor, we soon learned the technqiues of "Homemaking" which we will use in later lite. I-IOMEMAKERS BOYS COOKING lf you're one of those who believe that girls are the only good cooks, you should have seen the accomplishments of the boys in their cooking club. Under the guidance of Miss Mildred Sackett, the masculine cooks made such fine edibles as Christmas candy, cookies, muffins, and biscuits. RST ROW: V. OFI h t , T. M Il' , W. W dfl h, W. Schwaiger, D. Ethridge, V. Cilberison, Miss Sackett. SEC- IOIVD ROW: R. Dearihirlfi Hylanll'l,l?lTnHyland,a3. Tleehan, E. McArdle, W. Snyder, T. Selck. THIRD ROW: W. Schmitz, A. Wenger, A. Armstrong, J. Staffon, R. Maurer, N. Marti, D. Ethridge. FIRST Row: Mr. Mitchell, A. sesuffaehe , J. P' , w. H , J. Staff , E. v I , R. w ii , R. si R. R' d . ssconn Row- H '11 R. Marry, F. Huber, w. Beach, R. Brew-Ja, H. R. Rucgffllt Forbes, mp., M? :lFcGibbor: A mc' le er ' ' P' ' BASKETBALL When Coach Mitchell issued his call for cage candidates last fall, little did he realize what a successful season his inexperienced team would ring up. Of the power-packed l947-l948 starters, only Forward Ernie Vogler was back. Forward Bob Rieder, Center Bill Hogan, and Guards Allie Stauffacher and Fred Huber had seen considerable action, but a starting role would be new to them. When the task was completed it left the Cheesemakers wit hl8 victories out of 25 attempts. The Mitchellmen lost only three conference games to tie for second place with Wisconsin High in Southern Ten standings. But in order to achieve this record, the Silver Streaks journeyed a long and difficult road. Take for example the Monroe-Richland Center game in which Monroe sunk the winning basket in the last few seconds of an overtime game and the heartbreaker we lost to Reedsburg 39-35 after leading by a small margin throughout the game. ln non-conference play, Monroe crushed New Glarus 62-25, upset Beloit 40-33, toppled Brod- head 49-35, and thumped Lake Geneva 4l -22. Monroe won only one of our three Christmas holiday en- gagements by dropping Sheboygan North 50-33. Ernie Vogler captured the Southern Ten scoring crown with 246 counters. Bill Hogan, Bob Rieder, and Jim Staffon also were listed high up in the scoring standards. ln regional play we edged out Edgerton 44-36, trounced Fort Atkinson 60-40, and topped Stough- ton 43-33. Proceeding to the sectional, Monroe's state hopes were blacked out by Brod'head's upsetting the Streaks, 35-33. ln consolation play-offs, we bowed in a thriller to Beloit 39-38, and concluded a better than expected season. 4 R A 52 'ae In -gf 4 N6 A N , Q' H 75' we s. F x ' .'l-il-'I-"xo 9 'Q .1 - .9 , f 5 3- Qi ., , 'N 7 51? 9- 5552, "'S. .fi ia ' -' ' 0 ftp "9 "f we gjgimt fi r, y - , ,155 y- my X' r rf X , ,' G , Y 8 A, Lf W 3 , 5' gg avian- . . uifiilttn-.Ke ,mi 'f " 43 53' 4 5' -liff-fi 3,1351 'RK t 1 531 'fire 27 ,A ,Q FIRST ROW: F. Schildt, G. Goodman, R. Teehan, R. Kubly, R Mariy, J. Schillinger. SECOND ROW. Mr. Mcflibbon, P Ruf, F. Buob, W. Beach, R. Eichtoltz, R. Ruch, D. Teehan, Mgr. B SQUAD SILVER STREAKS IN ACTION W:-DD '55 6 'Qs u Z, ,Q' 1 Xx JIS, Tx? I , V1 au' 1 611' I IIN. . I:r .,, 1 . ' ,gel IFJ ' nf .n I. Y ef' ' . if - gf' .1 I J jf' ff .15 - ' iii' " f' 1,0 A If 415 Q ' xx ,. 7.5 g ,,:'1' ,,.,-.Aa ' 4 f af - .A , .gf-f. 7, jf- A" J. ' -5'-4' ' f". jf. . . . ... 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M ,D QQ X f f 47 fl Q fx f J ff J Z, 7 79, J df J 5 fy , ' f f' ff 7 ff ff j ff' ff X if f X J XQ X df 32 5471, AAA... ECZQFJN W!! ff 27 . , J J , ff jf' ,X if X , fly V V, I -.'.l:A , '- . is . f fx fs I xf Lg f 1 M .Lv , Ah x AM K BERNARD ALBRIGHT Bernard's beef calves rate the test ln farming he'll fulfill his quest. FFA 2, 3, 4. JEAN BABLER Always out in front of the band Always willing to lend a hand. GAA 2, 3: Tri Hi Y 2, 3, 4, Vice-President 4: Jr. Or- chesis 3: BULLETIN 2: Art. Club 2: M BOOK 4, Co-Editor 4: Band 2, 3, 4, A. A ' JANET ANDERSON K L JEL' Those who don't. know her, S 4? -K ---' think she's quiet Those who do. think she'.s a .. riot. .f Drivers Education 4: Girls - FFA 3: Treble Clef 3. DALE BARTH Dale excells when he's working the land A! F. F. A. he's really a Band Mgr. 2, 3, 41 or- Hand- chestra 2, 3, 4, Orchestra FFA 2, 3, 4. Mgr. 2, 3, 4: Forensics 2, 3, 4: Scholarshrp 2, 3. Sig- nal Drum Major 3, 4. "i' V f , i . i A " ' f.. , , , NORENI-: Bl-:ACH LOUISE BEACH ' 4 Blglnglezkyxivacious little Never. a worry or a care , ,Z -Q E f - Really is the sweetest Of things gone wrong, she's 2 . f , T' cookie. Tmt aware' , ,of f Drivers Education 2: Girls Drivers Education 4: Mixx yrzy ,xg - ' FFA 33 GAA 35 Tri Hi Y 2: Chorus 4: Homemakers 4: ' 17' "" Orchesis 3: Band 2. 3. 42 Girls FFA 3. .-" Q: Orchestra 2, 3. 4: Pep Band 2, 3, 4: Homemakers 4. --m s , , X . Jovcr-: Baci-iTo1.'r 53 NAAMAN BECHTOL1' Re32::eiw1n': qmet and , ji 1 ' From the seeds he'll sow , E H Big things will grow. A ' f rf:-as :Lair Zlrl Y0u'll never ...VV. FFA 2, 5, 4: Mixed chorus Homemaker 3, 4. 4' NATHAN BECHTOLT A place to go-a car-a friend And just a little cash spend. FFA 2, 3, . :ff vii .W ' ' ,fm 1 . ,, f- A I - ey.4Ny'M,f4 f , . ..,g..fff r - ., .M .ba www' 3+ My E 5,144 - 5' ,- .L"fI52Ji5Ti'??5lfiii., , ' i fi - to ' f .YJ ."1fif.l'Y' ' :if If, "i '5 .ifiliffiribi if . 7 -' 1gf3,i:f5.1.35yf 4 ' ' .e - 1- 2.1 " 1 .. ' , . A ' .Q " 5.41 sez' gw- I HARVEDA BENKERT The very "dickens" in her eyes She's the cause for many sighs. Drivers Education 2: GAA 2. 3: Tri Hi Y 2, 3, 4: Band 2, 3, 4: Orchestra 2, 3, 4: Forensics 4: Pep Band 2, 3, 4. M 3. -' mn. AUDREY BLUM 32- Always friendly we agree , ,N Smiles for no extra fee. GAA 2, 32 M HOOK 42 Mixed Chorus 2, 3, 0 .4 ' I O 9 X QE 1 is , MARY JEAN BOYD Pretty to walk with , Witty to talk with GAA 3, 49 Tri Hi Y 2, 3, 4, T' BULLETIN 2, M BOOK 3, 4, Uramaltics 2, 4. VIRGIL BOWMAN Not a flit, nor a flirt, Never bothered by a. skirt. FFA 2: I-Ii Y 3: Track 2, 3 . ROBERT BRAWAND The only things that are his dreams Are basketballs and base- balls-su it seems.. Student Council 2, 3: Drivers Education 3, Hi Y 2, 3: Basketball 4: Foren- sics 4: Boys Cooking 2. MA.RlAN BURKHARD I V If you're ever In trouble + A and need a friend 5 She will be one to any end. 5 GAA 2, 3: Tri Hi Y 3. 45 . Homemakers 4. X. CHARLES BLUM A football star of great renown And also he's one darn swell clown. FFA 2, 3: Hi? Y 45 M Club 3, 4: Footbzlll 2. 3, 4, Co-Cap- lain 4: Track 2, 3. HERBERT BOLL We think that we shall never see A guy as cute as Herb can be. Hi Y 2, 3, 4, Football 2, 3, Basketball 2, 3, 4. LA VONNE BRANDT Beautiful curly dark brown hair Matched with creamy com- plexion fair. Tri Hi Y: Treble Clef 3. HELEN BUOB lt's the Swiss That claim this miss. Drivers Education 29 Tri 1-11 Y 3, 4: BULLETIN Ad- vertising 4. Bit ok the blarney Bit or lullarney A 2 .3 4 Trl Hi Y 2, Vice Prebldent 3, Scholarship 3 J ? L ' , KATHLEEN CONWAY . 44' A Aw if T ' Q .- . GA ., ., 3 . . .. an 3. 4. H ' 1- 1' K . ,... .. A ,Q MARLIN COOK Our '49 Vnn ls a football man. Drivers Education 2: Hi Y 2, 3, 4: M Club 43 Football 2, 3, 45 Track 2, 31 Basket- hall 2: Tumbling 3, 4. M A i JOANNE DAVIS ' 2 " 9' " Though you search the earth M ' , from end to end I You'll never find a truer , A K , friend. '- , . , , GAA 3. Tri Hi Y 2, 3, 41 X A ,,, BULLETIN 2, 3, 4: M J nw. af BOOK 3, 4, Orchestra 2. 3, 'V M- Q "1 " 4: Scholarship 2, 3: Dc- , , bate 4. .r f 5 , Q L 3 JEANETTE DETTWILER Q Blue convertible lined with sleekness , And the guy inside are this gals weakness. Girls FFA: GAA 2: Foren- Q' sics 3, 4. , Q JANICE DYE ' if Jan is swell-we all agree . y She wears a smile for no ' 5- extra fee. ' k'kk 1' G Homemakers 43 Orchestra 2, 3, 43 Mixed Chorus 43 Tri " .Q Hi Y 2, 3, 4, Secretary 2, Class Secretary 43 Student Council 2. SHIRLEY ERICKSON .Ai FR' Hers to call her very own 3 ' -A The diamond on her finger shown. SX Q " Girls FFA 3. 4: Red Cross 2. E! . Q ,,,i Ks HERBERT CRAWFORD Who does not love wine, women and song Remains a fool his whole life long. Drivers Education 3: Hi Y 2, 3, 45 BULLETIN 2, 31 Mixed Chorus 3, 4: Track 2. 3: Forensics 3: Tumbling 4. NANCY DAVIS For many a game she's led the cheers Through our smiles and through our tears. GAA 2, 3, 4: Tri Hi Y 2, 3: Jr. Orchesis 4: BULLETIN 2: Cheerleader 2, 3, 4. EVELYN DUE Her face always sweet Her clothes always neat. Tri Hi Y 4: M. BOOK 4: Mixed Chorus 4: Scholar- ship 2, 3. MELVIN EHLERT We found out right from the start Mel's a diplomat at heart. Hi Y 4: Conservation 4: Track 3. JACQUELIN EVANS Versatile with pen and ink Often takes time out to think. Drivers Education 2: Mixed Chorus 2. JOHN FAHERTY Never has too much to say Still, he'll go places some day. Conservation 4. KATHLEEN FELDT Bright as gold We've been told GAA 3, 4: Tri Hi Y 3. 4: M BOOK 4: Mixed Chorus 3: Scholarship 3: Dramatlcs 3: Transferred from Monti- cello 3. PATRlClA GREEN Presenting Miss Green Our homecoming queen Drivers Education 2: Tri Hi Y 2, 3, 4, President 2: M BOOK 4: Band 2. 3, 4. Vice-President 4: Orches- tra 2, 3, 4, Vice-President 3: Scholarship 2, 3: Pep Band 3, 4: Dance Band 3: ,461 155 V,k.. 23 X Concert Mistress of Or- 'A -,M chestra 4. JOAN HARE She's another who's 'fu- ture's borne ln a ring-third finger. left hand worn. Class treasurer 27 Drivers Education 2: GAA 2, 3, 4. Sportsleader 4, Homemakers 4. RUTH HARTWIG "Good things in little pack- ages come" This is no exception to this one. Drivers Education 2: GAA 2. 3: M BOOK 4: Scholar- ship 2, 3. 9 71. "Hi f ,..,.' - e ive M CHARLES FARMER As success comes to him in a year or ten We can say we knew him when- Class Treasurer 3: RUL- LETIN 2, 3, 4: M BOOK 4: Scholarship 2, 3. EDWIN FREDLRICK Tall, erect A pleasing effect. FFA 2. 3, 4. EDWARD GROSSEN Praise he has won But enemies none. Drivers Education 2: FFA 2, 3, 4. KENNETH HARTWIG "Words are women, deeds are men" That's the philosophy of Ken. FFA 2, 3: Hi Y 2, 3, 4: Band 2, 3, 43 Orchestra 3, 4: M Club 4: Football 2, 3, 4: Pep Band 4. ARILYN HASSE One of the things Marilyn has planned ls to follow the leader of a band. Drivers Education 2: GAA 2. 3. 4: Girls FFA 3. MARY HESS Mary, Mary, the things you do Seem unbelievable, even to you. GAA 2, 3: Tri Hi Y 2, 3, 4: BULLETIN 2, 3, 4: M BOOK 3, 4, Co-Editor 4: Forensics 4: Scholarship 2, 3. LUCILLE HOWARD Her's an understanding heart Which from the truth will ne'er depart. Drivers Education 3: GAA 2: Tri Hi Y 2, 3, 4, Secre- tary 4: BULLETIN Adver- tising 4: Scholarship 3: Dramatics 3: Hnmemakers 4. DORIS JACOBSON She can out polka all the rest But really likes to schot- tisch best. Drivers Education 2: BUL- LETIN 3: Transferred from New Glarus 3. ROLLAND KARLEN He leads the cheers That deafen the ears. Monroe Players 3. 4: Hi Y 2. 3, 4, Secretary 2, Jr. Orchesis Stage ager: BULLETIN 2 2 Band 3, 4: Orchestra 4: Track 3: Forensics 2: Cheerleader 2. 3, 4: Tumbling 3, 4- Transferred from New Glarus 2. 3, 4: Man- VIRGINIA KNAACK Virginia has a voice divine And also is a. drummer fine. Tri Hi Y 2, 3, 4: BULLE- TIN Aiivertisinz 2: M BOOK 4: Band 2, 3, 4, V0- calist 4: Scholarship 3. 'ra' S wi,- f -Q 2 'T . '1-.ff if I' 3 G, ., K ,. . 4 "' 5 x. , 1 . ifii-l'3 . , , ,- 'Zf k' ,'r'21I. fFX:.','.. J' 2 .H WM f 5 4' his A Rif f ,, Q35 ' X is 'gi is ' j , N. Q kh., 'iz -'ME , - nm 'hh ..Lm..-.ar We-..,: t .. WILLIAM HOGAN Basketball king Swears by bing Monroe Players -I: Hi Y 2, 39 M Club 2, 3, 4: Football 22 Basketball 2, 3, 4. FRED HUBER If we could pick our No. I man Wefd pick Fred All Ameri- can! Drivers Education 2: Hi Y 2, 3, 4: Mixed Chorus 4. Vice-President. 4: M Club 3, 4: Football 2, 3, 4, C0- Captain 4: Track 2, 3: Bas- ketball 2, 3, 4. RUTH JOHNSON With smiling face and friendly ways A personality she displays. Girls Giee Club 3: Mixed Chorus 3: Band 3, 4: Por- ensics 3, 4. Transferred from Blanchnrdville 3. ELIZABETH KIEL "Skating is what I like to do"' Says. Liz, and she can do it too! Tri Hi Y 3. 4: BULLETIN advertising 2, 3, 4. Ed can handle any tool No one could ever call him a fool EDWARD KOPP 1 73 . A Drivers Education 2: Fl-" f 2. 3. 4. in -,,- 1 ef. -i 4453 ' x X Q x , if? y ' HEDWIG KRAHENBUEHL Her heart will stay in Mon- roe High He'll get out, Hedy, by and by. Drivers Education 2: Mixed Chorus 4: Girls FFA 4. DARYLE KUBLY At his best When at rest. PFA 2, 3, 4. KARL RICHARD KUNDERT Jokes to tickle your funny bone Quite a whiz on the saxo- phone. Class Treasurer 4: Hi Y 2, 3, 4, President 4, Vice- President 3, Band 2, 3, 4. President 4, Orchestra 2, 3, 43 Tennis 2-5 3: Scholarship 2, 33 Pep Band 2, 3, 4. , - KATHRYN KRAUSS f l-W ta . i Widely known F ,, H Skills well shown ff ' ,P Drivers Education 45 Tri Hi Q ' ' Y 2, 3, 4, BULLETIN 2, 3, , 'V 45 M BOOK 3, 4, Band 2, 3, 4, Student Conductor 45 Orchestra 2, 3, 4, Student I ' K Conductor -lg Scholarship 2, K , K, K 5 5 its 35 Drum Majorette 2, 3, 4. JOHN E. KUNDERT Jackson is a ladies man He can please them like no- body can. Drivers Education 23 Hi Y 2, 45 Conservation 43 M Club 4: Football 2. 3. 4i Track 23 Basketball 2, 3, 4. NANCY KUNDERT The clothes she wears, it's plain lo see, Are very nice - and so is she. GAA 2: Tri Hi Y 2, 3, 4: Jr. Orchesis 3, 4: Art Club 3, Scholarship 3 Homemak- er-I 4' Drnmxltics 3. V, JOANNE KURTH A 'L V Sweet personality SHJRLEY KFNDLFRT I .C "' ' f' .,-. ',kL- Full ol rascalifb' ery swee an very wise K H S 'E' ,V,, i q. Tri Hi Y 2 3 4. BULLE Mischief twinkles in her 'fx V , ,lb TIN 3 4,' Liana 2 3' BY05- I ,, Scholarship 35 Homemlakers Drivers Education 45 GAA f. ' 4, 2, 3, 43 Homemakers 4. A , IA., g"f4 ..s Tw. ,,,. . W. . X, ROBERT MARTIN LOIS LUNDY :V ':" Q 5' Genuine joker right from lf all the world was just ' ihe hear' like she What a nice place this would be. Drivers Education 2: Tri Hi Y 2, 3, -I: BULLETIN 43 Scholarship 2. 3. rf' 2 iiie e.i, c M cz .F- rm xx " ,wg -1- -3.2 ' J aa. .. A me X, W we J, E C ' ..,, Q ' fri S f , riszdif l 1 G 5.5 1 5 , .. 1.5.15 Q 4 ' -f' 4 Y f . A likeable Joe, but we call him "Mart" Drivers Education 2: Mi Y 2: Conservation 4, Presi- dent 4g Mixed Chorus 3 Band 2, 3, 4, Treasurer 4. HEIDI MASSH'ARDT Heidis character as we know Is pure and white as win- ter's snow. Tri Hi Y 4: BULLETIN 4: Scholarship 2, 3: Homemak- ers 4. DOLORES MEYER We love her giggle and her smile The way she's happy all the while. Class Secretary 2: Drivers Education 2: Tri Hi Y 2, 3, 4: BULLETIN 4: Scholar- ship 2, 3. NANCI MOLDENHAUER Something tow be done? Just ask Nan, lf she can't do it, then no- body can. Student Council 3: GAA 2. 3: Tri Hi Y 2, 3, 4: Jr. Orchesis 3, 4: BULLETIN 3, 4: M BOOK 3, 4: Mixed Chorus 2, 4: Orchestra 3, 4: Forensics 2, 4: Scholar- ship 2, 3. VIRGIL NEUENSCHWANDER High school days have been a delight But they can't compare with high school nights. FFA 2, 3, 4. DONNA LOIS OLSON Neat as a pin Typing's her whim. Tri Hi Y 2, 3, 4: M BOOK 4: Hand 2, 3, 4: Orchestra 2, 3, 4: Forensics 4: Schol- arship 2, 3. as , -Oi' . ., 5 7 fi ist Q " i Qi I 5 :: E 5 Y 3 ff' ai 5 A 9 41 J 9 -Q f J. iw gi' 2 tm it RUDOLPH MAURER Rudy can get on his feet and do The things the world ex- pects him tu. Student Council President 4: Class President 2: Hi Y 2, 3, 4, Treasurer 8, 4: BULLETIN 2: M BOOK 2. 4: Mixed Chorus 4: Or- chestra 3, 4: M Club 4: Football 2. 3. 4: Track 2, 3, Scholarship 2. FRANCES MILLER Her clothes are her own They're really hand-sewn. GAA 2, 3. 4: Tri I-Ii Y 4: Jr. Orchesis 3, 4: Band 2, 3. 4: Orchestra 2, 3, 4. Scholarship 2, 3: Pep Band 4. DAN NAFZGER This Romeo so charming Is doing well at Pharming. Student Council 4: FFA 2, 3: BULLETIN 3, 4: M BOOK 3, 4: Scholarship 2, 3. GERTRUDE NIEDERBERGER She tells the future of us ll Whil: gazing in her crystal ball. GAA 3: Mixed Chorus 3. MARILYN OTT Always laughing, always singing Keeps the M. H. S. halls ringing. Drive-rs Education 22 Tri Hi Y 2, 3, 4, President 41 BULLETIN 2: M BOOK 4: Forensics 4: Scholarship 2, 3: Dramatics 2. HAROLD PAGEL To make his heart feel light and gay Send him fishing any day. Hi Y 2, 4: Conservation 4: Band 2, 3, 4. EUGENE QUINN That Ford we see Is Gene's Model T. Chorus 4: M Club 4: Foot- ball 3, 4: Prom King 3. Class President 3: Drivers Education 2: Hi Y 2, 3: Conservation 4: M i x e d THOMAS SCHINDLER When everything is said and done lt's Tom who's had the most of fun. Drivers Education 3: Hi Y 21 M BOOK 4. EVELYN SCHUETZ An angel's face Plus poise and grace. GAA 2: Homemakers 4 Girls FFA 3. PATRICIA SHAGER She's just what she fl: the others report One swell pal and a. very good sport. Tri Hi Y 2, 3, .4. 5 4 . Y Xi . lim" if + g We I I I .. 2 ,aff if? , - ffyigzigllp -fs! '- A-ws'-,my il Q :iv A X -4-.1 .,,.. 14? RER-'H 'E an flu jx. Old Fashioned Girl Teeth of pearl. 1 lr 'el' -tix eu ,- Za' LILLIAN PERDUE 7, 9 -- fm-gi' f tgps' 3 GAA .., 3: Tri Hi Y 2, 3, 41 Dramatics 3. S V "WJ," y K A - K LOIS RICHARDSON K Cops and robbers are her ' wi 1 meat - , Especially when he's off . g the beat. My Drivers Education 2: GAA 1 2, s,4g'rri Hivz, 3,-1:Jr. Orchesis 3, 4: M BOOK 3: Orchestra 2, 3: Homemak- ers 4. , an ' ' A tl 16947. ALVIN SCHUETZ "I doubt it" is his favorite phrase The girls keep Al in quite a daze. FFA 2, 3, 4. ROGER SCHWAIGER He'll find his pier Away from here. Student Council 2: Class Vice-President 4: Drivers Education 2: Hi Y 2, 3: M Club 4: Football 2. 4: Track 2. JAMES SHARE To shoot a buck Would he his luck! Conservation 2 4' M Club 44 Football 2,'3, '4g Track 2, 3, 4: Basketball 2. MABLE SIEDSCHLAG Here's a girl with pleasant ways She's a friend through ull our days. GAA 2: Art Club 3: Schol- ai-ship 3: Homemakers 4. ULONDA SIGNER Really knows her ABC's Right on through her XYZ's Drivers Education 3: GAA 2: BULLETIN 3, 4: Foren- sics 4: Scholarship 2, 3: Debate 4. Misa?" ,M Al if 'E ,M 3: . e MARIAN SIGNER Stands just short of Five feet two Hair of gold and eyes of blue. GAA 2. 3: Mixed Chorus 2, 3, 4. HENRY SPEICH We like Henry, that's be- C3058 Handsome is as handsome does. Conservation 4: M Club 4 Football 2, 3, 4: Track 2 3: Basketball 2. JOYCE SPEICH ' ROYLETTA SPEICH TYPiCll teen is our Miss :" V I 1 , L : Full of pep and full of song Speich d f 1 , Keeps dtlae cheering loud She's the kin o gir we Q 5, , an ong. like- 2' student council 4: GAA 2 Class Vice-President 2: , 3, 4: Tri Hi Y 2, 3: Jr GAA 2, 3, 4, Jr. orchesis tig. oi-chesis 3, 41 BULLETIN 3: M. BOOK 4: Mixed ,, ,Q ,, 2: Scholarship 2, 3: Home- Chorus 2, 3, 4: Scholarship makers 4: Cheerleader 2 2, 3: Homemakers 4: GirlS ' 3, 4. FFA 2. LEROY SPRING He'll make his way As an FFA FFA 2, 8, 4. ALBERT STAUFFACHER Through the rain and stormy weather "lt's always better late than never." Class Vice-President 3: Hi Y 2, 3: M Club 3, 4: Track 2, 3: Basketball 2, 3, 4: Forensics 4: Co'Chairman, Homecoming Committee 4. J- ef oe. is , 4.2, n 'si' , 3 A 4 Q , ' , aff .. A 1 . ma, . .. slr ,r 'le sf ez it JAMES STAFFON lnto the basket all balls go, "Gas" never lets the score stay low. Hi Y 2, 3: M Club 2, 3, 45 Football 2, 3: Basketball 2, 3, 4. BARBARA STAUFFACHER Collegiate style Winning smile. Tri Hi Y 2, 3. 4: BULLE- TIN 2, 3, 4: M BOOK 4: Forensics 3, 4: Scholarship 2, 3: Dramatics 2: Co-Chair- man, Homecoming Commit- tee 4. r JOHN V. STAUFFACHER Tuba Tenor That's our Boner. Conservation 4: Mixed Chorus 2-: Band 2, 3, 4: Orchestral 2, 3, 4. HELEN STOLL What would the Clinlc Pharmacy do Without the girl with eyes of blue? GAA 2: Homemakers 4. ARLO STUESSY Whether in Maine or Monte Carlo lf there's a riot, there's bound to be Arlo. Drivers Education 2: Hi Y 2, 3: M BOOK 4: M Club 4: I"ootbs.ll 2, 4: Track 2. ANDREW SULZER ln his "Olds" you'lI Find Andy As a chauffeur, he's rated dandy! Drivers Education 3: Con- servation 4. DONNA THOMM Last year's qucen Shc's still a dream Tri Hi Y 2, 3: Jr. Orchesis 4: Homemakf-rs 4: Prom Queen 3. V: R? A me , it ,,: jig 5 i ll S S ., s s 4 Wi ,. 7 ,,Vhb W, f V J LAURETTA STELTER The gladdest word of tongue or pen "Tonight there is I dance again!" GAA 2: Girls Treble Clef 8: glomemakers 4: Girls FFA PATRICIA STUBBE Look for her in the kitchen As soon as thereis a hitchin.'. GAA 2, 3: Homemakers 4. LOIS STUESSY Prettiest eyes in the U. S. A. Nice personality, too, they say. Class Secretary 3: GAA 3, 4: Tri Hi Y 2, 3. 4: Jr. Or- Chesis 3, 4: BULLETIN Advertising 2: M BOOK 42 Mixed Chorus 4: Band 2, 3. HANS SULZER Man of muscle, man of might Showed on the gridiron, he could fight! Class President 4: Drivers Education 3: Hi Y 2. 3, 42 M Club 4: Football 3, 4. THEODORE THORP Tennessee Ted , a , ,Q V F ctural head 5: . few. Drivers Education 2: M ub 4: Football 3, 4: Track 2. 3: Tumbling3, 4. W CI E fi' .. ' . 2 E r i age ' fag.:-f . ,nl . 'W 535,533 A NY if A ff' DONALD TIMMONS Because this boy is oh so wise Above all others he shall rise. Drivers Education 2, Hi Y 2, 3, 4: Conservation 4: Or- chestra 2, 3, Tennis 3: Scholarship 2, 3. CAROL VAN WAGENEN A sports-minded miss Who thinks dancing is bliss. Drivers Education 2: GAA 2. 3, 4, Vice-President 3, President 43 Tri Hi Y 2, 3: Jr. Orchesis 3. 4: M BOOK 3, 4: Scholarship 3. ERNEST VOGLER On the court, a. record breaker Three years straight a. big point maker. M Club 2, 3, 4: Tennis 2, 3: Basketball 2, 3, 4. MARY ANN WALTERS "Misty'sf" hair and deep brown eyes Keep provoking wistful sighs. Drivers Education 2: Girls FFA 3: GAA 2, 3, 4. Sportsleader 4: Homemak- ers 4. JAMES WELLS Star of the tumbling team He's really on the beam. Drivers Education 25 Mixed Chorus 4: Football 4, Track 2, 35 Tumbling 3, 4. , .ad 3 ..4. - xy A ' 9 sis. 'Lu X V., BOYD TRICKEL Always looking for tomor- row Never spends a day in sor- YOW- Drivers Education 2: Hi Y 2, 3. 4: M Club 4: Foot- ball 2, 3, 4: Track 2, ARLEY VOGEL He's always smiling and consequently ls known by all and liked immensely. FFA 2, 3, 43 Mixed Chorus 2, 3, 4. ELI:-oN wA1.rr-:Rs Always on the 80 D This good-natured "Joe. FFA 2, 3, 4. Treasurer 4. Hi Y 3. ELEANOR WECKERLY Her smile betrays Her impish ways. GAA 2: Tri Hi Y 3, 4. - ss s s s by am -75--Myer, .' ,,,. ,rr riff" -1. ee. sa, Y x fl V SL, ,V B SHlRLEY WELIS She's a pleasure, a treasure A joy without measure GAA 2, 3, 4. CLAREDA WENGER From her hair sunlight streams ln her eyes moonlight gleams. GAA 2: Tri Hi Y 2, 3, 4 Mixed Chorus 2, 4: Schol arship 2, 3. EUGENE ZOLLER Gene has a voice Thai is anyone's choice. FFA 2. 3, 4: Mixed Choru-3 2, 3, 4: M Club 4: Football 2, 3, 4: Tumbling 3: Trans- ferred from Blanchardville 2. A-ir A SENIOR HISTORY DARLENE WENGER As a nurse in white Disease she'll fight. Drivers Education 2: GAA 2: Homemakers 4. MARYLYN ZUERCHER Here and there she's always dashin' Right from Vogue she takes her fashions Drivers Education 2: GAA 2, 3, 4: Trl H1 Y 2, 3, 4: Jr. Orchesis 3, -4: BULLE- TIN 3, 4: M BOOK 3, 4: Scholarship 2, 3: Drum Ma- jorette 2, 3, 4. Dots on the horizonl To us, the class of 49, these dots represented our senior high school year, while we longingly viewed the scene from our junior high position. Then, in September of l946, the view was no longer far away, but actually at our finger tips. Our sophomore year had arrived! We loved being called sophs -all l37 of us: also being among those "older" students. With vim, vigor and the stimulating fresh- ness that can oniy be obtained from the eagerness for new experiences, we started our sophomore days. President, Rudolph Maurer did a mighty fine job of leading us in '46 and '47, as did his helpers, who were: vice president Joyce Speich, secretary Dolores Meyer, and treasurer Joan Hare. Entitled to have a say in our senior high government, we elected Robert Brawand and Janice Day to be our class representative on the student council. ln its first year of actual service, the youth center had as sopho- more councilmen, Lois Lundy, Mary Hess, Charles Farmer, and John Flaherty. Ours was the first class for a long while to have three cheerleaders picked from one group, these being, Nancy Davis, Royletta Speich and Rolland Karlen. Fred Huber, a member of the high winning foot- ball team of '46, was the only sophomore to receive a Major M and a gold football. Also, our own Er- nie Vogler proved to be a shark in both basketball and tennis, He walked off with the Southern Ten singles tennis championship. Excelling in scholastic ability were the twenty-seven sophomores, who received scholarships the Class Day in May of l947. These were: Jean Babler, Gene Buck, Jo Anne Davis, Evelyn Due, Charles Farmer, Pat Green, Ruth Hartwig, Mary Hess, Kathryn Krauss, Richard Kundert, Lois Lundy, Heidi Mass- hardt, Rudy Maurer, Dolores Meyer, Frances Miller, Nanci Moldenhauer, Dan Nafzger, Donna Lois Ol- son, Marilyn Ott, Pat Shager, Ulonda Signer, Joyce Speich, Royletta Speich, Barbara Stauffacher, Don Timmons, Clareda Wenger, and Marylyn Zuercher. Guiding us ever onward was our class advisor, Mr. Edmund Anderson. And then, as if a gust of wind had carried our sopohomore year out to sea, we were facing that glorious junior term. Our junior year promised right from the start to be super. And super it wasl Our thoughts, l3l strong, were mostly centered on our night of nights: The Proml Within two weeks of sell- ing magazine subscriptions to finance our Arabian event we had sold subscriptions totaling an all-time record of Sl,825.00. We were mighty proudl Gene Quinn, our class president, selected Donna Thomm as his queen and they reigned on the evening of May l4, in the oriental world atmosphere of an "Arabian Night". The event certainly was one that will remain in our memories for a long, long time. 44 The other officers of our class, Allie Stauffacher, vice president, Lois Stuessy, sceretary, and Charles Farmer, treasurer, ably assisted Gene in the affairs of the class for the entire term. From our junior class Nanci Moldenhauer, and Roger Schwziiger were elected to serve on the student council. The "Angle" councilmen included Mary Hess, Barbara Stauffacher, Donald Timmons, and Hans Sulzer from Junior row. ln May, Nanci Moldenhauer, Donna Lois Olson, Robert Brawand, Richard Kundert, and Donald Timmons were selected to represent MHS at Badger State. Along with senior Jerry Dwyer, Ernie Vogler was picked for the all-state second team in basket- ball. And Ernie did it again! Yes, he captured the Southern Ten tennis singles championship for the second straight year. And together, Ernie and Dick Kundert really put Monroe on the map by winning the state high school tennis doubles championship in May. Of course, Nancy, Letta and Rollie were right on the job as our peppy junior cheer leaders. Royletta was also elected as an attendant for the 1947 football homecoming activities. Thirty-three members of our class received scholarship awards by attaining 300 points during the school term. On the list were: Jean Babler, Kathleen Conway, JoAnne Davis, Evelyn Due, Charles Farm- er, Kathleen Feldt, Pat Green, Ruth Hartwig, Mary Hess, Lucille Howard, Kathryn Krauss, Virginia Knaack, Dick Kundert, Lois Lundy, Heidi Masshardt, Nancy Kundert, JoAnne Kurth, Frances Miller, Dolores Meyer, Nanci Moldenhauer, Dan Nafzger, Donna Lois Olson, Marilyn Ott, Mable Siedschlag, Ulonda Signer, Joyce Speich, Royletta Speich, Barbara Stauffacher, Donald Timmons, Carol Van Wag- enen, Pat Shager, Clareda Wenger, and Marylyn Zuercher. Mr. J. C. Calder was not only our class advisor but more like a father to each and every one of us. His leadrship and work did much toward making our class the success that it was. Senior sanctum was our next and last step and most of us felt rather sorry that the end was so near. When we were juniors and sophs, it seemed ages before we would gain the title senior. However, 1 14 of us faced our last term with the determination to make it the best yetl Hans Sulzer, our compe- tent pres-ident was assisted by Roger Schwaiger. Senior scribe, Janice Day, and treasurer, Dick Kundert, complete the list of our capable class officers. Always lending a helping hand was Miss LaVon Jones, our ever faithful advisor. Receiving a majority of votes in all three classes, Rudolf Maurer gained the Student Council head position and serving under him for the forty-niners were Royletta Speich and Dan Nafzger. Holding the position of senior councilman in the "Angle" were: Dolores Meyer, Mary Hess, Bill Hogan and Gene Quinn. As in previous years our class members contributed much to extra-curricular activties at MHS. Co-editors of M-Book were Mary Hess and Jean Babler, and of the Bulletin were Nanci Moldenhauer and Barbara Stauffacher. Alvin Schuetz was the top officer in FFA as was Rudol.f Maurer in Orchestra. Stu- dent director of Orchestra was Kathryn Krauss while Dick Kundert presided over band meetings and Kathryn Krauss handled the student directing, Public speaking, junior orchesis, MHS players, GAA, Chorus, Conservation ,and other clubs had a large senior class representation. With the leaving of our class go two very fine baton twirlers, Marylyn Zuercher and Kathryn Krauss. The quality of their exhibi- tions was tops! Our 1948 Homecoming activities, handled by co-chairmen Barbara and Albert Stauffacher, were high-lighted with the crowning of queen, Pat Green who along with her attendants Evelyn Due and Jan- ice Dye, was elected by our football squad. Putting a grand climax to Monroe's basketball season, the MHS cagers shared second place with Wisconsin High in the Southern Ten Conference. Determined, however, to capture higher honors the Mitchellmen came out on top at the Edgerton regional tournament and then defeated Stoughton to walk off with the Stoughton-Edgerton tournament trophy for the second straight year. With this accomplish- ment, Monroe was chosen as the site for the sectional finals where four teams including Monroe hoped to make their bid for the state tournament. The Cheesemakers, however, were defeated during their first game in a heartbreaker with Brodhead and Cuba City finished on top of the list. lt's difficult for Bill Ho- gan, Jim Staffon, Ernie Vogler, Fred Huber, Bob Brawand, and Herb Boll to realize that their basketball careers for the alma mater are over, but their effort will never be forgotten and there'll always be a place in our hearts for the mighty team of '49, Nor will we forget Ernie Vogler's new individual South- ern Ten scoring record, with a total of 246 points. Nice work Ernie and all of you fellowsl With the coming of March the thoughts of the seniors naturally turned toward foot lights, stage directions, and memorizing. For on March 30 and 31 the members of the senior class of '49 presented Moliere's the Miser, which really went over with a large and loud bang! Our years in senior high have ended, and once again we see dots on the horizon. To each one of us they signify something different in the future. On our departing, however, we all have one very impor- tant idea in common. Perhaps best expressed by our class motto, Tonight we set forth into a world of darkness, with a candle of knowledge. Lc-:san H. CHEHESTRY SPAMSH RH! .111-I25I1'.!II'D 'Q '11 'IH S V 3 pg I5 n 7 -- HIS T R Y 5 T J Q l GEOGBIPWD in 5 salons-ec : MNH 'W - .L T-':'21g PHTslcsJ - F E - 'Q DN, 45 CLASS WILL With the departure of the Senior Class of I949, many exceptional students will be lost. But be- fore they leave, several graduates wish io will some of their most outstanding characteristics and belong- ings to the underclassmen. LOIS LUNDY wills her height to Jenny Lou Ellis. To Carolyn Spring, JANICE DYE wills her interest in the Alumni of Monroe High School. SHIRLEY KUNDERT and CLAREDA WENGER will their horn-rimmed "specs" to Rube Due and Barbara Schultz. "A Bowman's Art", VIRGIL BOWMAN'S English journal, is left to Dick Maurer. The excellent athletic ability of JOYCE SPEICH and PAT SHAGER is given to Pat Kelley and Mar- leen Flannery. DALE BARTH and MARIAN BURKHARDT will their bashful ways to Vincent O'Flaherty and Joan Hammer. Gene Masshardt is the lucky receiver of CHARLIE BLUM's physique. VIRGINIA KNAACK's roving eye for out-of-town men is left to Cathy Hartman. To anyone who thinks she can get him, MARY ANN WALTERS wills Roger Isley. GENE QUINN wills his model A Ford to Carlton Ashby. JIM WELLS' tumbling ability is willed to John D. Stauftacher. To any underclassman who'll take them, TOM SCHINDLER's English grades are left. DORIS JACOBSON, HELEN STOLL, and LOUISE BEACH will their quarter interest in Turner Hall to Mildred Cotherman and Mildred Krauss. To all young lovers, ROYLETTA SPEICH and CAROL VAN WAGENEN collectively will the "Moon". MARILYN HASSE wills her will to her sister Glenda. Their giggles and the immediate consequences are left by DOLORES MEYER and MARILYN OTT to Sam Nafzger. HERB BOLLs school skipping ability is given to JIM FORBES. JEANNETTE DEI IWILER gladly leaves GENE ZOLLER to her younger sister, Ruth. HEDWIG KRAHENBUHL and RUTH HARTWIG tearfully surrender Roy Roth and Tom Goetz to the lucky underclassmen. The attendance record of GERTRUD-E NIEDERBERGER is presented to Bob Rieder. HARVEDA BENKERT wills 'her facial expressions to Lorenz Spring. To his brother, Glenn, LEROY SPRING bestows his master technique with the girls. HELEN BUOB's pleasing personality is left to Heidi Pfaeffli. The co-editorship of the Bulletin plus her numerous other duties, is left by NANCI MOLDEN- HAUER to Carol Schindler. ROGER SCHWAIGER yields his witty ways and actions to Albert Buri. To Donald Ethridge goes JOYCE BECHTOLT's friendly smile. The huntsman's ability of JIM SHARE is willed to Don Fritz. DONNA THOMM and LILLIAN PURDUE will their trim figures to any lucky receiver. LUCILLE HOWARD's ideas gained in American Problems are presented to Lewis Shelton. A David Ruehlman is given the responsibility of BOB BRAWAND's job at Ford Hopkins. To Arthur Armstrong, DARLENE WENGER's handy seat in English class is ioyfully left. Joan Voelkli is the lucky receiver of EVELYN SCHUETZ's dark, curly hair. The outstanding ability of VIRGIL NEUENSC HWANDER in American Problems class is presented to Jim Pierce. JACKIE EVANS wills her skill in Spanish to LaVon Meyers. Her job as advertising manager of the BULLETIN is granted to Marlene Wyss by ELIZABETH 46 KEIL. . SHIRLEY WELLS just leaves her job at the Old Fashioned. CLASS PROPHECY "What will I be doing i nten years?" We find BOB MARTIN still happily married to his lovely wife, Mary. DONNA LOIS OLSON, a professional typist, has announced her engagement to the executive of the firm for which she works. The I949 "AIka SuIzer" Queen is AUDREY BLUM who is competing with JOAN HARE, "the Mo- torcycle Queen," for the queen of the year prize. The contestants are bing judged by "Lover Boy KAR- LEN" and "Subtle JOHN" FAHERTY. BILL HOGAN, a famous disc jockey, is featuring the records of teen-age idol, FREDDIE HUBER. At the head of the complaint department in BOYD TRlCKEL's exclusive department store is LOIS STUESSY. MARY HESS has finally succeeded in getting her driver's license. ALVIN SCHUETZE has purchased several Cadillacs with his large bank account. JOANNE KURTH is still muttering "l Don't Believe It" from behind barred doors. The main feature at the circus of which JEAN BABLER is the basker is the acrobat act by FRAN- CES MILLER. LAVONNE BRANDT, who has lost twenty-five pounds is considering the thin woman's con- tract. G LOIS RICHARDSON and her husband have announced the birth of third son who has been named " as Geigel". RUTH JOHNSON has finally "SPEICH"ed her man. The life long ambition of JACK KUNDERT has been fulfilled. That is, sitting down at Blumer's drinking cokes. A convalescent home is being capably managed by HEIDI MASSHARDT. The Irish representative at a recent United Nations Party, was none other than KATHLEEN CON- WAY. SHIRLEY ERICKSON, ELEANOR WECKERLY, and PATRICIA STUBBE are still in "soIitaire" confinement. The wonderful news that KATHLEEN FELDT is free to join him, has been received by HANS SULZER. She has completed her doctorate on nuclear fission in Russia and Germany. They plan to be married by Rev. JOHN V. STAUFFACHER. JANET ANDERSON and LORETTA STETTLER are president and vice-president respectively of the W.C.T.U. TED THORPE is campaigning as U. S. President with HAROLD PAGEL as his running mate. BARBARA STAUFFACHER, famous diplomat has completed "American Philosophy Concerning the Development of Progressive Teaching Methods" which has been published by the TIMMONS Pub- lishing House. ARLEY VOGEL is a "high pressure" salesman. Teaching the Evolution and Einstein Theory at Harvard is ULONDA SIGNER. CRAWFORD'S theory has been accepted by Dr. ALBERT STAUFFACHER. Rennebohm is being run out of business since DAN NAFZGER and KEN HARTWIG have estab- lished their chain of drug stores throughout Wisconsin. BERNARD ALBRIGHT and EDWIN FREDERICK have the most outstanding dairy herds in Green County. ED KOPP is selling "Probst" Blue Ribbon Beer. The recently elected leader of the Ku Klux Klan is MELVIN EHLERT. RUDY MAURER has just completed his famous piece of art, "Beautiful EVE". Mr. and Mrs. MAR-LIN COOK, nee P. GREEN, are announcing a wedding anniversary dance fea- turing Hot Lips DICK KUNDERT and his Hot Shots. JIM STAFFON has been elected outstanding salesman of the "Shaffer" pen company. Modeling for "VOGUE" is MARYLYN ZUERCHER. MARY BOYD, famous plastic surgeon is affiliated with JOANNE DAVIS, M.D. KATHRYN KRAUSS, famous woman auctioneer, has outspoken every male aucfioneer and has finally convinced the world that this is a woman's profession. 47 FIRST ROW: R. Karlen, N. Davis, M. Boyd, D. Wenger, R. De ster. M. Cutherman, C. Schindler, C. Hartman, Miss Baldwin. W. Schmitz. Missing from picture: L. Viel, B. Blaser. nrth, Mr. Wlit. THIRD ROW: R. SECOND ROW: J. Schroeder, D. Web- Rieder, W. Hogan, R. Roth, R. Gerber, MONROE PLAYERS The M. HS. Players was a new organization in school this year, under the joint spon- sorship of Miss Harriet Baldwin and Mr. R. W. Witt. Any student making a worthwhile dramatic contribution is eligible tor membership. One-act plays presented this year were, "No Greater Love," "Dear Lady, Be Brave," and "Sure As You're Born." F ORENSIC CLUB Posture perfect, declam delivered delightfully! Such is the score card ot our for- ensic group. Among other thrills was a trip to Whitewater and the momentous prepara- tion for the spring contest. The able coaches this year were Miss Margaret Reuhl, Miss LaVon Jones, Mr. R. W. Witt, and Mr. Fred Sim DSOF1. FIRST ROW: Miss Reuhl, M,. Cotherman. M Huber, B. Stauffacher C. Indergand U Si ner, J. Cran J D t 'l M. Boyd, Mm June.. SECOND Row. J. Anaerwh, E. R fl, D. Ol , J. 's h a , M.'o I KFK M. if- ' e tw' er' R. Joh-mn, K. rem. THIRD ROW: J. Babler, J. D:vis, L. xifell, T. degli 3. Fritz,t i-L craflfiii B. rflQ.':Zl:y'xlf'BTlilJ?l' N. Moldenhuuer, Min Baldwin. ' ' ' 'FY FIRST ROW: U. Signer, D. Teehan, D. Wenge . SECOND ROW: M" B ld ' H ' Hodgson, J. Anderson, Miss Jones. THIRD ROVISL: B. Lengacher, J. Davis, NT. lzrlglxssf Fl:f?ml1'arS. Johnson, D DISCUSSION AND DEBATE The "silver tongued orotors" ot Monroe High School ore the members of our Dis- cussion ond Debote Club. This is the first yeor such o club hos been formed. These sturdy pioneers have reolly mode o success of the frontier which they broved, Monroe has token on cictive port ond hos token her shore of the honors given in mony debotes ond discussions with other Southern Ten Schools. JUNIOR ORCHESIS Junior Orchesis has successfully completed it's first yearl A comparatively new organization in Monroe, it has won wide recognition and approval by the school and city. During the club's initial year the thirty members have appeared many times in public, dancing for several adult organizations and presenting concerts fo rthe school and community, Mrs. Grace Anderson, director of the Orchesis, stresses modern dance techniques as applications of poise and grace. I 'U' , l e 174 D 1' I I 3,1 ur 4, X X J ff 11 rw X u Jw Wllllh GIRLS 2 ff! TUMBLING 50 FIRST ROW: Mrs. Christiansen, R. Hartwlg, M. Ott, M. VonMoos, H. Shaffer, M. Bnyd, C. Van Wagenen. J. Spelch, A. Blum, K. Kraus! SECOND ROW: Miss Tornow, B. Stauffacher, E. Due, M. Zuercher. H. Locher, E. Brckman, P. Green. K. Feldt, M. Lanz, N. Moldenhauer. V. Knauck. THIRD ROW: Miss Reuhl. M. Cotherman, C. Schindler, J. Anziereck, D. Teehan. S. Blumer, C. Hartman, B. Kunderi, D. Olson, O. Monte, L. Steinman. FOURTH ROW: H. Pfaeffli, K. Bender, D. Nafzger. A. Stuessy, R. Maurer. P. Kubly, T. Schindler, M. Hess, J. Davis, J. Buhler, M. Kubly, M. Krauss. M BOOK With "seasons" as the motif for its '49 annual, the staff hopes that it has caught the spirit and life that makes Monroe High School, a place to be remembered, long after it has ben left behind. ANNUAL STAFF 1948-1949 . . Co-Editors ...... ..... . . .Mary Hess and Jean Babler Associate Editor . . . . .Marilyn Kubly Business ...... .Mary Jean Boyd lMgr.l, Elaine Beckman Writers .. ...Kathryn Krauss, Barbara Stauffacher, Dan Nafzger, JoAnne Davis, Sybil Blumer, .lack Andereck. Feature . . .Nanci Moldehauer lEd.l, Audrey Blum, Marilyn Ott, Virginia Knaack, Mildred Krauss, Catherine Hartman Art ...... . . .Carol Schindler lEd.l, Helen Stauffer, Heidi Pfaeffli, Rudolf Maurer. Photography . . . . .Eaymonlj Kugny Typist ..... . . . onna ois son Make-Up . . . .Carol Van Wagenen lEd.l Patricia Green, Kathleen Feldt, Ruth Hartwig, Joyce Speich, Evelyn Due, Mary Ann VonMoos, Leaetta Steinman, Odelle Monte, Barbara Kundert, Helen Locher, Marilyn Lanz, Kar- en Bender, Mildred Cotherman. Sports .. ...Marylyn Zuercher lEd.l, Lois Stuessy, Daniel Tee- han, Charles Farmer 'Q Z Z 1:14 1 iz Q tty z z tl!-JL . ,gilt 2 Z 'I 1 f ,f x + , f 1 . P , f ,Q h , Civ h .ff rn V - . ' X va-I. hifliilix --., X if 'n ,, wl -.R-w . ffjys . . ,V A ,Sf ' ,Y :,,.y .-', 'LN I ' .1-. l -qv .-' a Q In -,L , , A.. -.4 -. ....' N, 51 FIRST ROWV: M. Walker, J. Schultz, P. Kelly. J. Schroeder. L. Herb art, D. Webster. Miss Buth, J. Broge, C. Goodrich, G. Rabe, J. Meyer M. Sfgncr. SECOND ROW: L. Wels, H. Krahenbuehl, F. Ladwlg, L. Burgy, J, Trglqar, S. Blumer, N. Moldenhauer, E.. Due, J. Dye, J Voelkli, L. Steinmann, E. Orton. THIRD ROW: R. Due, M. Cotherman, I-I. Piaerrlll b. Zoller, K. Krahenbuehl, T. Thorpe, R. Gerber, A. Vogel F. Huber. Naaman Bechtolt, R. Feldt, K. Bender, C. Schindler. FOURTH ROW: L. Schmidt, E. Quinn, R. Roth, T. Goetz, R. Maurer A. Prisk J. Wells, A. Armstrong, R. Teehan, N. Marti, R. Maurer, J. Hyland, E. McArdle. M I X E D C H O R U S Programs for the i948 High School Chorus consisted of concerts featuring solos and ensembles One was presented in February and the other in April. This year the number of students that particil pated was the largest in many years. There was organized a Girls' Sextet, Girls' Triple Trio, a Boys' Quartet, and a Mixed Quartet. '48 officers were as follows: President, Nanci Moldenhauerg Vice-President, Fred Huber, Sec.- Treas., Evelyn Due, Robe Custodians, Phil Teehan, Joan Meyer, and Heidi Pfaetfli. BOYS QUARTET ,W ii A ' A if . in V ,..., . , J, .ii . sew 'kk 'P 'V' f BOYS' QUARTET Left to Right: J. Andereck, F. Huber, A. Prisk, R. Maurer. 52 v FIRST ROW: K. Bender, D. Websier, M Cotherman P Kelley SECOND ROW R Maurer A. Prlsk, R. Roth, F. Huber. FIRST ROW K Bender, J. Meyer, M. Colherman. SECOND ROW FIR51' RQW P K ll N Mgldenhauer D Websker J Meyer 'D webm' H Pfaefmf N- M0'd""W"'- SECOND Row RuilyyMaurer J Anacreck, A Prnsk FIRST ROW: L. Wels, J. Treloar, L. Stelnmann J Broge Miss Buth SECOND ROW J Schroeder, F. Ladwig, G. Rube, M. Walker FIRST ROW: Mr. Preston, J. Anderson, E. Kramer, R. Pickett, K. Krauss, H. Locher. SECOND ROW: B. Schuliz, L. Bruzelius, M Kubly. M. Collins. L. Beach, M. Westgard. M. Flannery. Crash!! "Why don't you look where you're going?" "What do you mean? I had the right of way!" Through our drivers education classes, under the supervision of Mr. Edmund Anderson and Mr. Not Preston, we are trying to lessen such traffic accidents. The intention of these instructors is to transmit the proper driving attitudes to future motorists. g 2 . ,dz t j f DRIVERS EDUCATION - L f siif. f ii fi FIRST ROW' D Miller S Kundert J Crane G Hasse,' C. Inderzrnd, F. Bidiingmrier. Mr. Anderson. SECOND ROW: L. Viel, M Herfel P. Mereris. V. S:wahton, Joyee Waeffler, Joan Waffler, D. P rdue. THIRD ROW:. J. Curran, R. Johnson M. Angliker Ladwig, D. Risser, G. Rabe, R. Ruesser, R. Feldt. FOURTH ROW. B. Wgclprly. L. Schmidt, R. Rygh, D. Sulhvan, J. Vnndamme: Haeft, R. Eley, R. Eichultz. 1 in .Q F E i The tennis season for i948 was C1 successful one, as far as Monroe was concerned. Ernie Vogler, junior, became champ of the Southern Ten for his second consecutive year. Dick Kundert, also a junior, was runner-up to Vogler for his second consecutive year also. Bob Ableman and Alvin Feldt reached the finals in the doubles, but were defeated by Baraboo's team. Members of the Monroe team were: Don Timmons, Bud Pilz, Dan Teehan, Ronald Teehan, Alvin Feldt, Ernie Vogler, Bob Ableman and Dick Kundert. Season record: Monroe-6, Free- port-lg Monroe-7, Janesville-O. Conference meet: Monroe 20 I-'xRs'r ROW: n T' , H. Pu , D. 'r li , R. pls., Baraboo, ll, Reedsburg, 2, 'l'eei...n. sTAND1Nd'lm.lfMFelar, la. vo:-lesn R. Richland Center, 2, Fort Atkinson, 2, A""""""'- K- K"""e"- Wisconsin High, O. State Tennis Tourney at Wauwatosa: Vogler-Kundert 6-3: 6-4 over ShOreWO0d Vogler-Kundert 6-2, 7-4 over Milwaukee East Vogler-Kundert 6-4, 6-3 over Neenah Vogler-Kundert 6-4, 6-3 over Wauwatosa , k ,V r , f X 1 . Q- f iw. 1 ex TRACK FIRST ROW: N, Hubgr, J, Van Mgt,-Q, R, Hyland' nay, R. Maurer, R. Thompson. R. Bruni, B. Bluer V. Olflaherty, R. Karlen, K. Davis, H. Crawford, M. F- Buob' THIRD ROW! MY- Gfellffllili- W- MUNI, D Ehlert, W. Schmitz, Mgr. SECOND ROW, A, Prisk' Eley, M. Cook, D. Ethridge, N. Martl, E. McArdle, A T. Goetz, H. Speich, J. Share, J. Solomon, D. Court- whlPPl2, J- Wells. MY- SimPS0ll- 55 .tw i 9 la - ARABIAN NIGHTS-1948 Soft lights, the melodious notes ofthe orchestra, and sparkling stars suspended from a sky of delicate blue, were met by the happy prom couples, as they stepped inside the huge keyhole, which led them into a land of enchantment. Yes, this was the Junior-Senior prom of l947-48. The "Arabian Night" theme which was clever- ly carried out in a pink and gray color scheme, left many spectators breathless after the initial look, The regal throne, to which Queen Donna Thomm was escorted by King Eugene Quinn served as the finishing touch of perfection. We seniors shall always look back, as the years slip by, to the few, but carefree hours we spent in the story book land of Arabia. W i KING VIRGIL PICK QUEEN MARIAN NIFFENEGGER i i A 'iil 1 ieii. i i s issss ,i 56 PROM ROYALTY - 1949 TUMBLING CLUB Kneeling: J. Kundert, D. Bruni, D. Timm, R. Schwaiger. Second Row: L. Schmerse, I. lngwell, R. Dearth, T. Thorpe, R. Karlen, E. Masshmrdt, G. Engels. Third Row: M. Cook, A. Prisk, A. Whipple, A. Armstrong. Fourth Row: C. Blum, J. Wells. xml J 'OUR TOWN OUR GUIDING ANGELS PEP BAND M uhiuullag 'KN K 133 at X Hmm i fff! 'Af 7, Jf, ff ! f X J f f J X f 1 , I .' 'V f f WW f , ff 0' ff 1 , f 1 W 1 'J ff? f', f f X f f M ! ff Q f X f ff X ff X J X J ffl f X ,f , '!fl X 1 , f f 'X f V, ,X 1 1' p , if I " f 1 fy 1 ff r' X N f J f ,, . rv- :-'F' If W , , , ... K .. ,, , , V , . w,.A,,lv",k um., w 4, Q., 0 1 f , M My , fix ff f !f,v X i 5 f if ,, ff JMX- f ,MA.,,A,VX J W J A X W f f, J W ,WQZM SNAPS ' 2 gif 1 K gffim ' gf Rf! 3 ? 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Fred .....,...,,... 10, 12, 28, 5 Burkhalter, Lucille ,.......,.,,.,,,,, 10, , Bunington, James ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,1,1,1,,,,, Burt, John ................,,,,,,,,,,,,,,.. 10, 14, Burt, Sally ...,.,,.,.,.....,,,........, 10, 13, 14, Cothetman, Frances ,,,, ,.,...,.,,,, 1 0, 18, Crane. Jennettei ...,., -.-10, 15, 25, 48, Curran, James ...........,,, ,.,. ....,,1.,,. -.10, Davis, Kenneth . .,........ .10, 25, 55, 24, Dettwller, Ruth ...., .,,, ..,.,,,,.,,,, 1 0, 13, Dickson, Charles .,,,,..... ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,.,, Dickson, Robert ..... ..,,,,,,,, 1 4, Drake, Lyle ,,,,,,,,,. ,,i,,,,,,,,,, 1 0, Eicholtz, Robert ,..,, .,,,,,,,, 1 0, 28, Eley. Richard ........ ,.,,,,,,,,,,, 1 0, 54, Ellis, Jenny ......, ,,i1.,,,,,,..,,, 1 0, 13, Feldt, Ruth ,.,,,,, ,,AAi,,, 1 0, 52, 54, Flick, Lloyd ,,,,,,,, ,,,,,,,,,,1,,,,,,11 1 0, Fritz, Donald ,,.,..,,, Gempeler, Gloria ,.,, Gllbertson, Vernus .,., Good, Paul ......,.,,,,,,, ,,,,,,,,,,,1,,,,,1,,, Goodman, Gilbert .r.,,, ,,1,, 1 0, 23, Goodrich, Claire .,,,,,,, ,,,,,, 1 0, 13, Gruenberg, Glenn ..... ,,,,,,,,,, 1 0, Haeft, Eugene ....,,... ,,,,,,,, 1 0, Haman, Doris ..,., ...,.,. 1 0, Hammer, Joa.n ,...... ,,,,,,,,,, 1 0, Hasse, Glenda .,,.,.,..., ...,.. 1 0, 15, Hawthorne, Marian ..,,.. ..,,,, 1 0, 13, Herfel, Maryon ..,...,,,.,,...,.....,.. 10, 13, Hodgson, Dolores ..........,,...,.... 10, 28, Holtshopple, Alice ....,., - ......... 10, 25, Huber, Mary Ann ....,, 10, 23, 25, 48, Hyland, Richard ,...,.,,....,... 10, 26, 55, Keller, Raymond ..,. ...,,....,.,...,.,.,.. 1 0, Kelley, Patricia ...., - ......... .10, 52, Kolb, Dorothy ....,. , ,,,.. 10, 13, Krauss, Robert ,..., -...10, Kubly, Raymond .,.. ...,,, 1 0, 28, Kummer, Ruth .... Kundert, Carol ,,r,, .10, YE," ......,.24 ,.......27 ........26 ........23 ........22 ......23 ......57 5 ...M49 ,,,,.,54 ......14 ,,,,..17 ......4S 13 ,.....12 ......15 ....- ......26 ,,,,...50 ............20, 21 , ,,,,,,., A,...,. 5 1 ......12 ......52 ...............25 .. .,,.,,,,, 58 ............56 - ,..,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 10, 11 , -... .,..,... ,..-...55 ......................--55 ..... .... -.... ..,. 57 Evans, E. O. ,...., -,.... .....1............. ... 4 Holyoke, T. R. ..,...,Y.. -- .....,..Y..,.,.Ys,YY,. , 4 Anderson, Edmund ,,,,, ..,,r, 5 , 21, 22, 54 Anderson, Grace ,,,,....,.........,,....,,,,,, 7, 12 Arensdnrf, Genevieve ,,,,..,.,.,,.,,.....,,,,.. 8 Baldwin, Harriet ....,., 5, 11, 22, 48, 49 Barnard, Allan F .,,,,....,...,,,,...,....,, 5,25, 24 Buth, Olga ,........,.,,.,,. ....,,,, 5 , 52, 53 Calder, J. C. ,...,,..,.....,.., ,...., 5 , 15, 21 Christiansen. Helen ..,, ,...,.....,,,, 6 , 51 Davenport, Robert ,,,,.. ,,,,.. 6 , 14, 15 Gregorich, Williah ,,,,, ,,r....,,...,,.., 6 , 55 Gruenewald, Kathryn .,,, .., ,,,,,.,,,.. 6, 23 Hartwlg, Evelyn ,,,,. .,..............,,,......, 8 Jones, LaVon .......,,, ...... 6 , 22, 48, 49 Kueng, Doris ,,,,,,,,,,, ,,,.,,...,,,,,,.,,,.... 8 McGibbon, Donald ,,,,r .,,...., 6 , 27, 28 Mitchell, Lee ,,,,....,. ....... 7 , 12, 27 0'Brien, Patricia .. ,,,...,.... 7, 26 Petter Virgil ,.,.,.,,,,,,, .,,,,,,.,... 7 , 22 Preston, Nat ,,,,..,.. . ..,.,,. ..,..,..,....., '7 , 54 Reuhl, Margaret A. .. ,,,,,,. 7, 48, 51 Sackett, Mildred ,,...,., ............ 7 , 26 Simpson, Fred ,,,r,,, Tornow, Betty ... Witt, R. W. ,,,,, , Anzliker, Margaret 1.13, 25, 54 Armstrong, Arthur ..,.,,,,, 52, 57 Bartlett, Burleigh ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 1,,,, ,,,A, 1 4 , 21 Beckman, Elaine .. 23, 51 Bender, Karen 21. 23 52, 53 Black, Janette ,,,,.,,,,..,,,,,,,.,, 21, 25 Block, Lois ,,,,.,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, ,,--,-,,,, 2 1 Blumer, John ,.,., ,,,,,, , ,,,, ,,,,,,-,, 1 4 , 21 Blumer, Sybil ....,,...,,,, 21, 25 51, 52 Brandt, Lois .........,...,,,,,, , ,,,,,,,, ,,,,,,, 2 1, 22 Brennan, Kathryn ,15, 21 Brnge, Joyce ..,,..,.,,, 52, 53 Bruny, Lois ,.,.,..,,, W15, 21 llruny, Richard ,.,. .. 55, 57 Bruzelius, Luis ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, ,,,,,,,, 2 1, 54 Bursv, Lois ,.............., 21, 23, 25 48, 52 Buri, Albert .,,,,,...,,,,,,,,,,, ,,,,,, , 14, 21 Collins, Marvin ...,......,,,,,,,,,,, 21, 54 Cothecrman. Mildred .......... 13, 23, 48 Dearth, Robert ,, ,,.,,,, 48, 57 Dittmer, Marianne ..... ,,,,,,,,, 1 2 13, 21 Donahue. John ,,.. 14. 21 Due, Ruby ..,.,,,.,,,,,,, ,,,,,,,1,,,,,,,,,, 2 1, 52 Engles, George ,... 21, 57 Ethridge, Donald 26, 55 Ethridge, Doral ...,.. 521, 26 Faherty, Kathleen , ,,..,,,,.,,,,, 21, 22 Falk, Theodore .,,,,,,,.. ,,,,,,, 14, 21 Feldt. Alice ..............,....,, ,,,,,,,,.,,,,,.,,, 2 1 Feldi, Alvin ............... , ,....,...,,. 21, 55 Fitzgerald, Roxine U., ,,,.,,, ., ,,,,,,,, L21 Flannery, Marlene ,,,,,,, ,,,,1,,,,, 2 1, 54 Flannery, Rosemary , .,..,.,..,,.,,,,,.,,,,1 21 F0r'bes, James ,.,,.,.,,.,..,,.,....,,,, Frautschy, Glenn .... . Gerber, Rudolph .,,,.,,,,.,,,,,, 14, 23, 27 ,.......14, 2 1 52 48, Goetz, Thomas .... .... . . 52, 55 Goodman, Ruth ...............,...... 13, 21 Hackle, Elaine ,,.,,,,,,..,,.,,,.,.,,...,.,.,,,,,,,. 21 Hartman, Catherine 13, 21, 48, 51 Herbert, Lorraine .,,.,,,,..,... ,.,, 21, 52 Hogan, Mary ........,,..,, ,.....,.,,......,,,,., 1 3, 21 Holcomb, Maribeth .....,,......,,,,,. 13, 21 Hyland, James ..........,.....,.,,...., 26, 52 Indergand, Charlene ,...,..... 48, 54 lngwell, Isaac .,.,,....... ...,,,,..,, 2 1, 57 Ivey, Donald ......,,,, - ..,.................,., ,17, Johnson, Norman ,,.,,, -..W Johnson, Ruth .......... Krahenbuehl, Karl ..,..............,. Kramer, Evelyn ...................... ' ,.,,,, Krauss, Mildred ........ 12, 23, 25, Kubly, Marilyn 12, 13, 21, 23, 25, flfflliif' 21, 49, 51, Kummer, Martha .............,,.,,,,.,,,..,...,, Kundert, Barbara ........,.. 12, 23, 21 00 21 52 112, 54 51 54 13 51 25, ..8, 55 ,,,,,,..51 . ...... ,8, 48 Albright, Bernard .. ., ,,,,,.,.,.,.,,,,,.. .14, Anderson, Janet .............,...,, ,,..,,,. 3 8, Babler, Jean ............... 24, 25, 33, 48 Bzrth, Dale ..... .,,.,,,.,..,,,..,,,.,..,, 1 4, Beach, Louilse .... .A,,.,....,., 2 6, 38, Beach, Norene ,,,,,,,,.,., ,25, Bechtolt, Joyce ,,,,,,,. ...,. , Bechtolt, Naaman ...... ....,, 1 4, 33, Bechtolt, Nathan ,,,,....,,, ,,,,,,,, 1 4, Benkert, Harveda ..,- ,,,,.., ,.,,,,,,,,, 2 5, Blum, Audrey ..,..,. Blum. Charles ...... .......,..,,,, 1 2, 34, Boll, Herbert .....,,,,, .,.1,...,,,,,,,,,,,,, 2 7, Boyd, Mary .,.. 2, ,....,.,,.,,., 13, 34, 48, Bowman, Virgil .,,,,, ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,..,,,,,,,, Brandt, LaVonne ,.,, .,,,,1 ,,,,,,,,,,.,., Brawand, Robert .......,, ,,,.,,., 2 7, Buob, Helen ,,.,.,.. ,,,.,,..,,,.,,,,.,.,,,,,,,,. 2 2, Burklwrd, Marian i .......,... -.,126, Conway, Kathleen ..,.... ..,... -12, 18, cook, Marlin ,.,..-.,..1a, 17, ss, ss, Crawford. Hebert .... s .... - ...... 85, 48, Davis JoAnne .,..... 23, 25, 85, 48, 49, Davis, Nancy ....,....,...,..,......,,,,,,, 13 35, Detwiler, Jeanette ....,..,....,.,.,..,,.., 85, Due, Evelyn ,........ . .......... 16, 35, 51, Dye. Janice ........... 16, 25, 26, 32, 35, Ehlert Melvin ....,,.,,,.,.,.,,.,,..,,,,., 15, 35, Erickson, Shirley ......... .......,....., 1 5, Evans, Jacquelyn ,,,,......,,.,,,,..,,,.1,,.,,,,, Faherty, John ,,...., .. ,....,,,,,,,.,.,.,,,,,,,,, Farmer, Charles ....... - .....,..,...,...... 23, Feldt, Kathleen ............ 13, 86, 48, Frederick, Edwin ,,..... , .,,,.,,,.,..,,.,,,, 14, Green, Patricfa. ......... is, 24, 25, ss, 51 Grossen, Edward ......,..,...,.,., .. ..,.,.,,.. 14, Hare, Joan .....................,.... 12, 13, 26, Hartwig, Kenneth .......... Hartwig, Ruth ...., Hasse, Marilyn ..... 12, 17, 24, 25, .............-....,86, 23 37 Hess, Mary .......,,,................,...,,., , Hogan. William .,............., 12, 27, 37. Howard, Lucille .- ..,............ -., ..,. 22, 26, Huber, Fred .......... 12, 17, R, 37, 52, Jacobson, Doris ........... .. ..............,., Johnson, Ruth ........,....,... ,..,.24, 87, 48, Karlen, Rolland ..., 24, 25, 37, 48, 55, Kiel Elizabeth ,................ ....... .......... 2 2 , Knaa,ck, Virginia .....,........ 24, 25, 87, Kopp, Edward .... .............................. 1 4, Krahenbuehl, Hedwig . ............ 15, 88, Krauss, Kathryn 28, 24. 25, 38 48 51 Kubly Daryle ...... - ..,.... ... ..,,......,.,,,. ,JB Kundert John ................ 12 15, 17, 38, 54 Kundert Karl Richard 24, 25, HZ. 38, 55 Ladwifl. F1'a'10?S,---11- 13. 15- 52- 53. 54 Lanz, Marilyn .......,,,,.,..., 12, 21, 25, 51 Kundert. Nancy ,,,, 4 ,,,,,..,,v,,. 24. 26. Lenzaeher. Wllham -777,Y7V-A---- .11, 23. 49 Leupold, Dorothy 7,77, ,1,,1,,,,,,, 1 5, 21, 22 Kundert. Shirley .,7.w... 12, 13, 25, ss, L1Y1d5aY. Marlene -- -------- 1 -f-----f-------- 11. 43 Landsay, Jeeniece ,,,, Y,Y.,.,,..,,YY,,,,.,.,Y,,,,. 0 0 Kllrth, JOAYIHB ..N..,. ,,V., Y,..,,,YY, 2 2 , 33, Marty. Robert V777-... -.... 1 1. 27, 28. 17 Lodhd.-, Helen ,,,,,A,,,,,,,,7,,,, 21, 25, 51, 54 Lundy, Lois ....,,,, ..,,,,,,,,,.,,,,,,,,,,, 2 2, Matzke. Richard ..V- YV,V4VV,,,,,V4'V..V,V4A- - -11 lvlnddon, Judith ,,,,......., ,,,.,,,,,,,.... 1 3, 20 Martin, Robert ,,,,,,,.,, .,,, . ,15, 24, Merens. Patricia --f4-------fffAf 11, 54 Moi-ti, Nathan ,,,,,,,, 12, 17, 20, 26, 52, 55 Masshardt, Heidi ,...,.,,,. ..... . 222, 26, Meyers. LHVUH Y--V--- 11. 13. 15 Masshardt, Eugene ,, ,..,..,,, 12, 17, 20, 57 Maurer, Rudolph ..,,,.........,,,,,., Miller, Donald .,,, -. .....,,,,... 11, 54 Mau,-er, Righard ,,,,,,, ,,,, , 20, 26, 52, 55 12, 17, 22, 25, 39, 51, 52, Mulligan, Thomas .,,,,,.,....,,.... 11, 26, 17 Meyer, Jognn ,,.,,A,, ,,,,,, 2 0, 25, 52, 53 Meyer, Dolores ,,,.,,,,,,...,..,.,, ,, ,,,,, 22, McGuire, James ........,.,,....,,,..... 11, 14, 17 Mgnfg, Qdelle ,,,,,,,, 20, 29, 25, 51 Miller, Frances ,,...,.. 1 .,,,. .. 13, 24, 25. gegfnschlzvandilii Clmord Mcmdlf' llgmdwmlld 20' 2164 35 Nanci M0lder2l:1au25"51i'm4'5W5'1m52 0 On. enlle ----r,--rr---- --.-- - - . . Mm-G1-ul 1, .orot y ,,,A, YY.. - . ' 1. 0 . . . . , . O'Flaherty, Vincent .,....., 11, 26, 55, 17 N f , Sam ,,,, ,,,,,,,,, ,..,,1 ..,., V . 1 4, 20 Nafzger, Daniel ,1,, .,,,,,,,,,, 2 2, 23, 39, Perdue, Dnrls ,,,,,,,,,,,.,,,,........,,,,,,.. 11, 54 Nifziigger, Mal-ian ,,,,,, ,......, 2 0, 56 Neuenschwander Virgil .....,,,,,.,..,, 14, Pfaelfli, Heidi ,.,, 11, 23, 49, 51, 52, 53 Ninneman, Charmaine .. ......,,.,,,..,. 20 Niederberger, Gertrude ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 13, Pilz, Harold ..,,,,,,..,,,,,1.,,,,,e,,,,,,,,.,.., 27, 55 Orton, Edyth ........,,,1..... er...... 2 0 52 Olson, Donna Lois ...24, 25, 39, 48, Prien, Milton ..,.,,,,,, e1,,,,,,,,,, ,,,,.,,,,,,.... 1 1 P.mdf..on,i Sharon ..., ,,,,. I 011, ,Mg-i1yi1d .... .,.,,..,1,,,,..,,,.,,,,,, 3 9, 45, P1-obst Ila, ,,,,,,,,,,,, ,,1,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 2 4 Pick, Viirgl ,,,,........,,. ......ee , . Page, aro .... ......,.,...,,,, 1 5, 24, Rpbe, heraldine ,.,,,,,,,,, 11, 52, 53, 54 Pickett,JRuby .,,,... .HE ---- i-2,5213 if Perdue, Lillian ,,,, .,.,..,,.... . 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' c ln, er, omas ,,,,,,, ,.,.,,,,,,,,,,, , g':::1f,r'R0:e?-reg ,,,,,,--, -,,--, 1 1, 27, 23, 17 Rieder, Robert 12, 14, 17. 20.422.5g7.g8 Schuetz, Alvin ,,,,..........,,,,,,,,,.....,,,, 14, Ruch, 'Wi1ma --IQ , YAAYVYYY -n--,YYY j MA-- , --,YA 1 1, 13 Roth, Roy .,,,,,,,,.........,. 14, 20, . . .0 Schuetz, Evelyn ,,,,11,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,1,,,, 26, Rug, Eve1yn ---,,-,- f YYWWYYYY ,,,,,,AA 1 1, 23, 48 Ruehlrnan, David ..e.. .-,,---fv--,------V --,------ - 2 0 Schwaiger, Roger ,,,.., 12, 17, 32, 40, Rygh, Robert YA--,,,,,,,,,,,,---,,,,,A,YVVYYVAA 11, 54 Schllllnger, Karl ,,,......-..eeeeeee.eee--' 15. 22 Shagelf, Patrlcla ....,,,,,,,.,,,,,,,,,.,,,,,,,,,, ,mp AKYYKYYYVYV 1 17 Schilt, I-lollean ,ee,,,,,,,,l ..e.e..eeeee, 2 0. 23. 25' Share, Jaames ,,,,,,.,.,,,,,,,, ,,,,,,,, 1 7, 40, H11 Q4' gg' 54 Schindler, Cai-ol ,,,, 20, 23, 25, 48. 51. 52 Siedschlag, Mable ,,,,,, ,,,,,,,, ,,,,, , , Schwaigh' Waltier 1 ' 11, 17' 26 Scgmifg- Vlgilflm '-" 125 236 2465 'gg' Signer Marian r----f1--1 -----f-ff'--ff 2 4. 41. 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