Neenah High School - Rocket Yearbook (Neenah, WI)

 - Class of 1940

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' ' NIDWIUIINIHSTIQAFIIQUN 1 M1 Va-He MI lung Mr Schubcxi Dr MCCTGIY M1 Sxmom h M1 W1l111II1S M1 KIIIII erlv wde net present when thlb DICILIIS we Taken ADMINISTRATION xi qv? C F HEDGE5 CI-IARLQTTE PETER IOHN HQLZMAN eu e lex cf Qc' oc Dean of Glrl Prmflpal RUTH CHAIMSON University of Wiscon in Speech English CORDU LA TI-IUROW French German HELEN THOMPSON Carroll College English Library C LA NORA MEYER Oshkosh State Teachers College English EDNA MAE HARRIS University of Wisconsin English Page lO ENGLISH l i . . . Q. University of Wisconsin ENGLISH LANGUAGES MATHEMATICS FANNYBELLE KISER Unlverslty of WISCONSIN Latln Enqllsh LUCILLE PETTERSON Unlversny of MIHHESOTG French German HELENE PETERSON Enqhsh FLQYD CUMMINGS Unlverslty of WISCOH ln Mathemahcs VIDA SMITH Lawrence College MBfhGmGtlCS Page 11 Q University of Minnesoia o . . , 1 D. LAWRENCE BLUME UI1lVeI'SllY of Mmnesota Commerclal VERA MILLIS Whltewater State Teacherq Colleqe Commerclal Mathemahce Wh1tewater State Teachers College Commerclal RUTH QUAERNA Whltewater State Teachers Colleqe Commerclal Enqllsh ETHEL RICE Whltewater State Teichers Colleqe Commerclal CCDMMERCIAL O FRANCES FOLEY SCIENCE Q.-0' 'imp' IOHN GUNDLACH Umverslly of WlSCODSlU General SCIENCE Bloloqy GEORGE CHRISTOPH Lawrence College General Scxence Coach MARVIN OLSEN Unwerslly of M1UIleSOld Physlcs Chermstry EDGAR RILEY Unxverslly of Wlscon lll Scxence Page 13 1 gil, ' i , l ' , K . . - 'S' ' f . . . ,Q v. W ., Page 14 IVAN WILLIAMS ROBERT OZANNE University of Wisconsin University of Wisconsin SOCIAL SCIENCE HARVEY LEAMAN HELEN HUGHES University of Wisconsin University of Minnesota Civics Social Problems Modem History V American History Modem History, Civics MUSIC LESTER MAIS LESTER LOEHRKE Lawrence College Lawrence College Muslc MUSIC PHYSICAL EDUCATION iss ...panni- .rd X ,,- 3 W m GENEVIEVE KRONSCHNABEL OLE IORGENSEN La Crosse State Teachers College La Crosse State Teachers ollege Physrcal Educahon Phys1cal Educahon Coach Page 15 . - ,...,-- ,. . T., 4' . ,ig V , x I " 1 .x I y . R' .1 A All, ,S ' fmh l 6 fi XJ Page 16 HOMEECONOMHCS JEANETTE HANSON MARIORIE IOHNSON Stout Instttute Stevens Pomt Teachers College Home Economics Home Economlcs MANUALARTS fl ARMIN GERHARDT CLARENCE BREDENDICK AL POELLINGER Stout Instltute Oshkosh State Teachers Stout lnst1tute Manual Arts College Manual Arts Manual Arts Assxstant Coach , h I. ' as , ,f,-.. , .1 ' in 1 OFFICE bf 3 CLARA PATZEL CASTELLA BEISENSTEIN ETHEL BOHLMAN Ofhce Staff Qfflce Staff Offvce Staff IANITORIAL DEPARTMENT RAY FEINAUER MRS NOBBE ANDREW PETERSON WALTER GAUGER CAFETERIA MRSMCCRAY Page H -Q :FY - .1 Q, Eff?-xg, ' I ..Q.,A Um J CAH'S,l,,f,1l L 2 Qv G 1 Av fm ill Jlfi QQ T: UN OHNNIE QA! N I-K Q In L--an MM lj' , A Q A Q Uwe Gad gl ""' O SL..-1 f Q fh U? X Z Amd! . . , 6' f - A -4 . The J ,wx If lb Lo 0-Ivrfq X 812 Y. Q GMM im The l O !0q9x1S 'lk X U I J a XX K? Theo Unto: 6 'U N oukd, CA fm Sou I RT A X T Q, IAQ Sfeakev . g judg- f'ls,, W iii P 8 IEIQAIDIUAFIES BETHEL BEISER Commencement Comm1ttee LUCILLE BLANK BETTY BORENZ Freshman Sophomore Vlce Preslclent GAA 1 2 3 Chorus 2 Student Council 4 Cub123 4 Debate2 3 4 Rotary Luncheon Rotary Essay CAROLINE AIELLO G.A.A. 1, 45 Chorus 1, 35 Conservation Club 25 English Club 4. HOWARD ASMUS Basketball 1' Football 2 3' Conservation Clubl 2 3 ' Chef Club 3 4. ETHYL BARSHAW Rocket 4 KNIGHT BLANK Cheerleaderl 2 3 4 Track 1 Conservatlon Clubl 2 3 4 Pep Club 4 BURTON BLOCH Bandl 2 N Club3 Foot LUCILLE BRIGHTMAN Chorus 2 3 Conservahon Club 4 RUTH ANDERSON G.A.A. lg H.E.C. Club 4. LEONE BAHRKE Rotary Luncheon' English Club. MATHIAS BECKER Stamp Club 2 3 Rotary Luncheon Rotary Essay Pep Club 4 Page 21 , , ,4, ' , I ' I I , , , F I I I . German Club 2- ban 1, 31 Track 2, 3, 4. 2 - - - , , I I ' I I I . , , 2 , , ' I 2 ELLA COREY G A A l COFISSFVGIIOII Club 2 4 Enqllsh Club 4 VIRGINIA COWLING Cheerleader 4 Conservatton Club 2 3 4 Rep Club 4 LE IIE DOROW Orch stra 2 Conservahon 4 WVSSUIUQI 2 3 MGHGQSF Clubg 3 l 2 Track 2 Llbrary Club Page 22 KATHERINE BUNKER V1cePres1dent of Claes l GAA I 2 3 4 Chorus2 Cubl 2 Cheerleaolerl 2 Enqhsh Club 4 WILLYS CLARK Chorusl 2 3 Wrestlmql 2 3 4 Conservatton Clubl 3 FLORENCE COLE G A I 2 3 4 u N Club 3 4 on SSTVGIIOH Club 2 3 Ertqllsh Club 4 TOM Cl-IRISTOFFERSON Sophomore Class President Chorus l Student Councll 2 Basketbllll 2 3 4 Football l 9 Rotiry Iumoheon WINIFRED CLARK GAA 4 Traueferred from Blue Islmll Iltqh Sf hool VERLA COLLINS Latm Club 4 Rotary Es ay FLORENCE COWLING Conservahon Club 4 Osh kosh Hlqh 2 35 IANET CRAMER Chorus3 4 Student Councll 2 German Club Preslclent 3 ROGER DOUGI-ITY Bandl 2 Cubl 2 Rocket 4 Pep Club Preetdent 4 '- ' L 5 J SA. - . A--,112 I g 'Q 1? 'V ' f 1 - ,.g c, ,,I f ,sf Q If . 2,,4. 'Cbl2 'A' ' ' ' ' ' ' ' Debate 4pRotar Luncheong ,C Y 3,4, ,, ' - . Q fl . 'E ' :C - ,J ' 7 1 , ' ,,F - 2,14- 3 ,I ,I 9'5 ' I I ,,, ,, ,J 2 7 , A . ROSE DOWLING Secretary Treasurer of Class 2 GAA l 2 Secretary Treasurer 3 Pomt Recorder 4 Bandl 2 3 4 Student Counc1l 3 Cub l Rotary Luncheon Rotary Essay Class Commlssxon 3 Enqhsh Club 4 Pep Club 1 Rocket Edltor 4 WILLARD DUMKE Secretary Treasurer ot Class 4 Student Counctl 4 Cub 4 Tenn1s 2 Rotary Luncheon Rotary Essay Pep Club 4 Intramural Medal 2 Halls Commlttee 4 MARION ECKRICH G A12 Chorusl 2 Thesolans 3 4 Rotary Luncheon L1braryClub4 ROBERT DREWS Football l 2 Conservat1on Clubl 2 Cub4 IANET DYREBY G A A l 2 3 Student Coun c1l 2 3 4 Cub 2 Manager ot Debate Team 3 Rocket 4 Rotary Luncheon Camera Club 2 French Club 2 3 LORRAINF. EHRGOTT G A A I 4 Llbrary Club 3 DON ERDMANN Pres1dent of Freshman Class Bandl 2 3 4 Stu nt Counc1l2 N Club3 A1r plane Club I Rocket 4 Bas ketballl 2 3 Tennls 3 4 Rotary Luncheon W Presldent ot German Club3 KENNETH FOTH Student Counc1l 2 Tenms 2 4 Rotary Luncheon 2 Rotary Essay 4 KENNETH GINNOW Band I 2 3 4 Axrplane Club I 2 Rocket l 2 3 4 Tennxs I 2 3 4 Ro ary Luncheon F D W Rotary Essay OLIVER EVANS Chorusl 2 3 N Club3 4 Alrplane Club l 2 4 ootballl 2 3 Captaln 4 Traclc4 GEORGE GIBSON Stamp Clubl 2 3 Wrestlmg 2 Intramural Medal Enqllsh Club DOROTHY GRANT Chorus l 2 Page 23 I...,, ' , , ,,,, , . , , , , , I .I ...,,, ' ' ' ' . . , , . , , , ...,, , . fl , . I , ,,,,de I V- ull ,.12 , ' -FD ' ., y . I , , , , ,.,,t ,- RONALD HALL Track 1 2 4 Conservahon Club 4 IUNE HERRMANN Cheerleaderl Conservatxon Club 4 ADELINE HILDEBRAND Bandl 2 3 4 Chorusl Debate 4 Latxn Club 4 Rotary Essay Enghsh Club 4 Hobby Clubl Page 24 DONALD HARRINGTON Wrestlmq 1 HARLAND HESSELMAN N Club 2 3 4 Basketball 1 2 3 4 Class Comm1ss1on 3 Intramural Medalsl 2 3 Presldent Student Councll 4 Cub 4 HAROLD HOLVERSON N Club 3 Rocket 4 Foot balll 2 3 HOWARD GRAVERSON MARGARET GRUETZMACHER Conservahon Club 1 2 3 Enqllsh Club KATHERINE GRUNSKA WILLIAM HAAG GAA1234Band12 N Club3 Box1ng23 Cub 4 Camera Club 3 Eng Rotary Luncheon 3 Conser hgh Club 4 vatlon Club 3 Presldent 4 DELORES HALDEMANN LAVERNE HAASE A 2 C b Band 1 2 Rocket 4 Rocket3 4 Rotary Luncheon l Camera Club L1brary Club V , I I' 1 ' G.A.. ,3, u 3, 45 . ,I , , 35 Rotary Essay. . - ff,I , , ,,,1 I I I I I - , . l EUNICE HOPKINS Student Counctl 4 Cub 4 Rotary Luncheon German Clubl 2 3 4 Rotary Essay Essay DONALD IAPE Bandl 2 3 4 StudentCoun c'1l 4 Thesptans 3 4 Basket balll l-lockeyl 2 Captaln IERRY IOHNSON N Club FOOM111 2 3 4 CALUE JONES Wrestllnq l 2 l-lockeyl 3 Chomsl Trackl 2 KATHLEEN HUTCHINS G Al234Bandl2 3 4 Cub 2 3 4 Conser vat1on Club 2 3 Rotary EMILY IARVEY GAA 12 3 4 Conservi t1onClub2 3 4 IEAN IORGENSEN G A A 3 ARDENE KALKOSKE Ban 2 N Club 3 Foot ball 2 Track 2 3 4 TOM KINZER Chorus l, Stamp Club 2 EDMOND IUNG Chorusl Debate3 4 Rotary Luncheon Rotary Essay MARION KILLOREN French Club 3 DORIS KLAWITTER GAA l, 2, Chorus l, 2 Cheerleaderl 2 Captatn 3, 4, Pep Club Secretary 4 Page 25 -. . .A..,,,, ,, 1 I . rl Ill E f . ff 'ft' - w ffrf ' ' " ---,fry C' V ' rl I ,1- 3, 4, Trftcl-12, 4. HH I h 1 ,ttf ff ft l V If , c . d...ff I I . 1 ff- PEGGY KUETHER G A A l Thesplans 4 Cub BIRGIT LAGER 4 Rotary Luncheon Stamp Rotary Luncheon Club l Cr n ervatlon Club 2 IEAN LARSEN IOHN LAW N Club 3 Football 1 Commencement Comm1ttee EDWARD LEVANDOSK1 N Club 4 Football 2 4 RUTH LIPINSKI Hockey 1 C1555 Commlsslon Commencement Commlttee 3 Page 26 DONALD KOERWITZ Pres1dent ot Semor Class DOROTHY KI-'OSS Chorus 3 4 Student Councll 3 4 V1cePres1clent 4 Thes A l 2 3 plans 4 N Club 3 Foot ball 2 3 4 l'lockey3 Rotary Luncheon Track 2 ROBERT KOLLATH andl 2 3 4 Student Coun PHYLLIS KRAUSE ctl 3 Rotary Luncheon Ger Conservation Club 2 man Club 2 3 Rotary Essay Enqllsh Club LYNUS KRUEGER MILDRED KRUEGER Commencement Commxttee Chgfug 2 3 Rocket 4 , ,, GA 4 "' " I I ' , . B - l I A ' l I I ' ',1., . ' 23 ' I II' ' . , OELMAR I-UEBKE MILDRED MAD1soN Conserval1onClub3 4 Eng G A 1 2 3 llsh Club 4 ROY MATZDORF CARL MAROHN Debate3 4 Rotary Luncheon Chorus 3 4 Latln Club 4 DlCK MEYER N Club 3 4 Basketball l HAZEL MICKELSON Football l 2 3 4 Wrestlxnq CRh1nelander l-hgh School l l 2 3 4 Hockey 4 Track 2 31 Commencement Com l 2 3 4 Conservahon Club mxttee MERTON MICKELSON TUNE MICKEL-SON fRh1nelander Hlqh School Glee Club l 3 4 French 1 2 3l Club 3 Enqltsh Club 4 Enqllsh Club Commence ment Commtttee HILTON MITCHELL IOAN MIELKE Chorus 3 4 Football 3 4 Bandl 2 3 4 Orchestra 2 BOXUXQ 3 ROTGFY LUUCTWQOH Conservatton Club l 2 4 Track 3 4 Pep Club 4 Enqllsh Club Presldent 4 HAZEL MQLLQN DOROTHY MUNDT Chorus 3 4 Camera Club 3 Cub Slaff 4 Page 27 A , ...,, . . frk1r V ll - 1,2. l l l l X. 1 - 1 ' frll I ' V ll ' ' A IOHN PALMER N Club 2 3 4 Wrestllng I 2 3 4 German Club 3 Conservation Club 2 3 4 Rotary Luncheon LORRAINE PETERSON Enghsh Club 4 IACK PRIESTER N Club 3 Rocket 3 4 Hockey 3 Camera Club 3 4 Track 3 Conservatxon Club 3 Page 28 BETTY NELSON GAA 3 4 Chorusl Thes ns 3 4 Cub l Rocket 4 Rotary Luncheon Camera Club 3 Rotary Es say Thlrd Place DON NIELSEN Basketball I Wrestl1ngI 2 3 Boxxnq 2 Conservahon Clubl TOM OLSON Football I Conservatlon Club NORMA PATTERSON GAA I 2 3 res1dent4 Rotary Luncheon BEVERLY PHILLIPS G AI234L1bray Club3 4 HEC Club4 RICHARD RADTKE Bandl 2 3 Orchestra 2 3 Debate 2 3 Wresthnq 2 A1rplane Club I ETHEL NICHOLS G A A I 2 GILBERT NIELSEN Basketball l Footba Con servahon Clubl 2 3 KATHLEEN OWENS GAA1234Cub34 Rocket 3 4 Conservatxon Club3 ---If 1' p1a,, ,2,3, I 1 ...,. I . , . ' " ' Ill' . . I V- . - ---, ,f , 23 " ,. - .A..,,,, r , 1 Tl-IEA RAUSLH Band l 2 3 Orchestra 2 Thesplans 3 4 Rocket Asso cla e Edltor 4 Rotar Luncheon Lxbrary Club 4 EVELYN REICHEL G A A 2 Rocket Enqllsh Club 4 IIM ROGERS N Club 3 4 Basketball 2 Tenms 3 4 Hockey 4 KENNETH REDl..lN Chorusl Tennlsl 2 3 4 Footballfi 4 N Club 3 4 Hockey 3 4 GERMAIN RICHTER A 2 Luncheon Rota ry IOANROGERS Bnd1234GAA12 DICK RUCCI IUNE RYMER Football 1 2 Wrestlmq l 2 Enghsh Club 4 Track l ROBERT SAMPSON Chorus3 Stamp Club Track DCQZROTHY SAUERC 1 Chefclub ommencement ommlttee ROBERT SCHMIDT Cl'1OI'L1Sl 2 3 4 Thesplans 4 N Club 3 Cheerleader l 2 3 Football 3 Rotary Clubl 2 Luncheon Track2 Pep Club 3 Wrestling l COHS9fV5llOH Page 29 1 1 I I . ' . t g y , , , 5 5 ' GLA. . , 3, 41 ' ' . ' G , , , : . . . , , 35 Football 2, 33 Boxmq 2, 35 A - 3, 4. , 1 ' , 7 - f , f I ' 1 f ' I ' I I BLTIY D SMITH Commencement C.f0IIlII1lll6C, ILANNL S-ORLNSLN get ret ny Treasurer tt Clas l GAA I 2 Captain 34 Student Counc ll I Cub 3 4 Rocket 1 Rotary Lunbheon Rotaly Essay LOUIS IACKILR Chorus 4 Student COLlI1C.ll 4 Thespmns 3 4 Rocket Art Edltor 4 Rotary Luncheon Latxn Club 4 Rotary Essay Page 30 IANET SEAGER L 1t1n Club I 1 l LN blxAFTl1 G A2Cl'1OIlll37Ll tny Treasurer 4 Rocket 4 Rc tary Luncheon Con erva u H Club I ANNA MARION SMITH GAA 3 Bandl 2 Con servat1cn Club 2 3 4 BLTTY IANE SMIIH A I 2 4 Chorus French Club 3 Conservatlon Club I H IJ C Enqllsh Club IOHN bl-ILIDLL Football 3 Wlebllllllg 2 3 Boxlnq 3 Track 2 German Club 2 DQNALD STAFFELD Vtce Presldent of Senlor Class N Club3 4 Basket balll Footballl 2 3 4 BEVERLY SIMLOX B ntl DFUIIIMIIOI I 2 3 4 AIILL IRAN SMITH N1 tonsln Rapd Hlqh C ooll 2 3 ARIEL SMITH Frenah Club 2 Cot ervatton Club 3 Secretatv fl Enqltsh Club 4 3 . 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V A V V I T , f , , . lOHN SIAIFELD lulrirnurll Meal rl l ALFRLD SFURC F5 orus l 2 Aural W Con erv mon Club l 3 LLAINL IHOFSQN Chorus 3 LALLY STROEBEL Chorus 3 Rocket 3 Rolary Luncheon Camera Club 3 DOROHI HY TEBO GAA l 4 Chorus3 HELEN TURRIFF A l 4 Chorus l French Club 3 Lrbrary Club IEANNE VANDERWALKER Cub 3 4 Rocket 4 Carnerl Club 3 German Club 3 COHS9fVdllOIl Club 2 Rot ary Fssay IACK WARD Thesplans 4 Cub 3 Sporls Fdltor 4 Football l Wre mg 3 Track l 2 H Club Vlbe Pres1dent4 IM WE Band 2 3 4 Orohe tra 4 Rocket 4 Rotary Luncheon Camera Club 3 Class Com mlsslon 3 Conservauon Club 2 3 Pep Club 4 oglcel 4 lWausau Hlqh Schooll 2 35 EMFRY WATEI?b Hoclkeyl '7 3 4 HARQLD WEITZ Thesp1ans2 3 4 l'rotball4 Manager ofTe1rn l 2 3 4 Class Cornml ron 3 Chef Club 3 Page 31 . L fl 1375. 1 Ch 'Q , 5 ' une Clulm AA ' l, 2, 3, 45 Y9SlllI1Vj 3, 43 Illr P Q V4' S ' c , ..,, 3, ' H' GA. ,g ,Qp 4. , G'-AA li 2' 3f 4? Bjlmd lf MARY JANE VAN LOAN I .l I F. R 1 1 ll gl , pl 'L """ ' l l I BB MARGE WERNER G. .A.I 2 3 4'Band12 3' Thespians 3 President 4' Cub 3 4' Rocket 3 4' Rotary Essay' English Club 4. GEORGE WILCOX Chorusl 2 3 4 Conserva tlon Clubl 2 3 4 Rotary Essay 4 IOYCE WILMS Rotary Luncheon Conserva t1on Club 2 3 4 Rotary Essay Graduates whose plctures w DONALD RAAEN FOFSHSICS 2 Football l 2 EVELYN WICINSKI Rotary Luncheon. IACK WILLIAMS Thesp1ans 2 3 4 Rocket 2 3 4 Basketball l Camera Club 2 3 Pres1dent4 Con servatlon Club I 2 P p Club 4 EDWARD WINKELMAN N Club 3 Basketballl 2 3 4 Footballl Wrestlmgl Intramural Medal 3 Cub 4 e were unable to obtaln DONALD I-IOLVERSON Basketball I Iennls 2 BOB WOOD ROLAND WOLFF Band l 2 3 4 Alrp ane Chorus3 Intramural Medal Clubl 2 Enqllsh Club MARION ZEHNER Student Council 4 Conser vatlon Club 2 3 GERTRUDE KRAUTKRAEMER GAA l 2 3 4 Cl'1orus3 Thesp1ans 4 Cub 4 Cheer leaderl Rocket3 4 Camera Club 3 Enqllsh Club 4 BETTY IANE ZWICKEY GAA I 2 3 Bandl 2 CLIFTON ALLEN N Club 2 3 Basketball 2 Footballl 2 3 BOXIHQ 2 Track I Graduates whose ptctlres we were unable to obtam IEROME I-IASS KENNETH DORSCI-INER N Club 3 Basketball I Forens1cs2 Basketballl 2 2 3 4 Fo balll I-Iockeyl 2 Trackl 2 Track I 2 3 4 Engllsh Club 4 Page 32 , A..,, ,, , VVVI - tl' I ' ll IIVI l , If f' fre , - . . ' 234"I'kl234' fffracfffl , . l , ,, . l. y - -.v,,, 7. ,. ' ' ll V I ' ' - VII I . f ,Y .- ,,,ot ,2,3, ,, .f ffl' ' .di at'- IOHN HELLER ilu 'H'lLllIUI'I un ln memory of lolm Heller member of thc. sgmor dxeol lanuary 9 1940 lolm who was amblhoue enerqbhc and pro foundly smcere was held m hlqh bstebm by the faculty and Student body of the hlgh school HIS passmq lS a loss to the commumty as well as a great loss to the class of 1940 P age 33 class of Neenah l-liqh School, born May 30, 1922, Page 34 Presmdent Donald Koerw1tz Vlce Presldent Donald Stafteld Secretary Trea urer Wlllard Dumke SENIOR CLASS HISTORY Valed1ctor1an Rose Dowhng Salutator1an Eumce Hopklns Class Colors Blue and Yellow Class Flower Yellow Rose It was September 8 1936 when our 1940 semors started h1gh school The1r class was the largest to ever have entered Neenah Hlgh School up to that t1me What a day 1t was a hundred and nmety greemes runnmg about the halls lookmg tor the1r classes Th1s class has always been act1ve tn school act1v1t1es 1n the1r freshman year most ot the students ot the class went out tor sports and clubs Cn Aprll 10 they gave the1r t1rst dance the theme of tt bemg sprlng The class otflcers for that year were Don Erdman presldent Betty Borenz vlce presldent Teanne Sorenson secretary Kathryn Bunker treasurer Mr Clarence Brenendlck was chosen tor class advlsor Tn the tall ot 1937 they came back as sophomores Thls year Tom Chr1s totlerson was elected presldent Betty Borenz vlce presldent Rose Dowhng secretary and treasurer They sponsored a benet1t mov1e that year Cn Aprll 23 the class gave 1ts annual dance The outstandmg teature ot th1s class as 1un1ors was the undertaklng ot a new torrn of class government the comm1ss1on plan Members of the commtsslon were Harland Hesselman Rose Dowlmg Harold Weltz Tames Webb and Edward Levandoskl The dance th1s year was a vmctory dance tor the West De Pere football game and was held on October 22 A card party was sponsored on Aprll 28 to ralse money for the 1un1or Semor Receptton whlch was held on May 20 In the Semor year the class aga1n declded to have a pres1dent v1ce pres1 dent and secretary treasurer Don Koerwltz was elected presldent Don Statteld v1ce presldent VV111ard Dumke secretary treasurer Doctor Sanford noted tor h1s work m Vocanonal C1u1dance came on October 16 to advrse the students He remalned wxth the senlors tor two weeks The 1940 sen1or class has proved to be one ot the most outstandmg c1asses to have entered Neenah hlgh school They have been most act1ve and have contrlbuted the1r part ln makmg Neenah 1-hgh Schoo1 hlstorv W1 1 ' 2 A 1 1 1 ' 1 I ' Q . . , . , . . . 11 . 11 . 1 , . , , . 1 1 1 ' 1 1 1 1 - - 1 1 ' 1 1 , . 1 1 1 1 I . . 1 ' 1 1 1 ' 1 1 ' ' fur is wmv? 4' f l Slxth Grade Kxmberly School 2 Beverly Slmcox 3 Peggy Kuether 4 lanel Dyreby 5 Leshe Dorow W1llard Dumke 6 Belly Nelson Rose Dowlmq 7 Adelme I-hldebrand 8 Dolores Haldeman 9 Helen Skafle lO Sally Stroebel Marge Werner ll Hllton Mxtchell l2 Ethyl Barshaw Thea Rausch Page 33 4 .K l sv ' . u . l w 4 l 1 gg , K1 .- .- 7 elf! k Cf, vu-4 j. .. f sf L Q -Q 1 . ,jig 0 ,LW-Q, -.. M.. as 47 73 mr 1 t .,,-ww -aw 1'4" 1 'Yun' M... 1 Don Staffeld 2 Norma Patterson 3 Arxel Sm1th 4 Anna Mar1or1 Smlth 5 11m Webb 6 B111 Haag 7 Don Erdmarm 1936 8 Ethe1N1cho1s 9 Thea Rausch 10 Bob Wood 11 Tom Chrlstoffer son 12 Iohn Palmer 13 Ed lung Page 36 QEILASSIES JUNIOR CLASS HISTORY The yumor class composed ot 183 members was the largest ever to enter Neenah I-hgh School Many ot our students have been act1ve ID school act1v1t1es several havlng partlclpated 1n the state basketball tournament at Mad1son and the muslc testlval at Stevens Pomt Members of our class have contnbuted the1r talents to the Thesp1an plays the Cub debate torenstcs torelgn language clubs and we have been well represented on the honor roll by the more dlhgent members ot the class On l anuary 13 the Snow Ball dance was held, mtroduclng several new ldeas 1n decoratlng Cn May 15 MISS Peters blg slster plan was agaln put mto actlon Each 1un1or glrl took charge ot an elghth grade g1rl and conducted her around the school and xntroduced her to the teachers The 1un1or ottlcers by electlon were Calvm Krenger presldent Raymond Srnlth vlce presldent Gladys Z1ck secretary treasurer Mr Learnan IS the class advlsor The most lmportant event ot the school year 19391940 was the receptlon glven by the 1un1ors ln honor ot the senlors The theme used tor decoratlon was a typlcal southern garden wlth colon1al homes for the background Russ W1ll1dmS orchestra turnlshed the muslc F1rstRow Ronald Young Martxn Speldel Harold Oskar Elmer Szucs Donald Kuske Bob Engter Douglas Haute John McK1nsey Louxs Roth Gall Sklnner Homer Young Second Row Delores Gxnke Rosella Fosterlmg Betty Iohnson Mary Shoman Marcella Francart Marguerxte Rxbble Betty Chrlstopher Marllyn Adams Ruth Rouse Evelyn Schmtdle Lxlhan Quandt lune Mathlson Thxrd Row Geraldme Schultz Lots Fromm Peggy Rhmehart Bull Schutlz Clarence Merkley Bxll Murphy Robert Mead Edward Pozohnskx lullus Herzfeldt Ir Russel Ruthven Arthur Rudebeck Robert Stecker Fourth Row Bxll Blank Alfred Chrlstxan Francxs Mulvey Alfred Babbltts Alb rt Ackerman Leslxe Schro der Donald Hanson Oliver Babbttts. Armm Schultz Harvey Wmkelrnan Raymond Skafte Gllbert Cloutler Donald Peterson Page 39 ' I 1 1 1 1 1 , . . 1 11 . . 11 . . . . . . , . ' I I I A 1 , ' . . . . . . . 1 . . I ' 1 ' 1 " 1 '. e 1 ' e 1 1 ' ' JUNIOR CLASS 1 11611w B111Der1s r111q Eiw 1rd Kr111Ne Fdw1rd N1 11 M 1v1r11c111n on Fred H1O1f1w Romer H1 k 11Lk F1111 11r1r1Arr 11 1111111111 16-Q H111 Ks Hflrmq Errqr-11e Ca-111ow 1y H Hold D16-1 14111111 r1c1Row N11rrr11 Rr-111n 111 1-111111 1-1 Pluqer 114111 Mari n M 1111y11 K11e11n Betty Iorqe-11 on F1111 e N110 L rr 11n9 Rc s now 1-3 1y K1 11 M1rq11':1Q1 1111 E 1e12n 31111111 111 H919-n C 1r111r1q W Erwt 11' 11 e 1f 1 1 1 r 1111111 11 ' 1 qeneC1r1 1111 1. 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' , - 4 x 5 ' , ' 1 1 111 .- , ,1 SOPHOMORE CLASS my i 111 11 1 11 11111111111 w 11 ost 1 rq M1 1g 1 M1 r 1111 rv-1 r 111 1 111114 e ev1 1 1n 1 The sophomore class of l939 40 has th1s year an enrollment ot 199 97 boys and 93 q1rls The class olncers are Dan Kuehl pres1dent Robert Gross VICE pres1dent and Robert Redhn secretary treasurer As freshmen the number of students enrolled 1n our class was l98 The class othcers were Charles Kettennq pres1dent Donald Gomoll VICG pres1dent and Polly Drehenn treasurer The 1 e 1- erm an 11 1111 41r11111 r L e A 11 1 a 11d P 1 e1 w l111e1S ant vm B611 lme R111e Be' w Reddm Io1r R1d1 e 11 5t1llelrl Vie 111 rw 1 e1 1 n xer He en 1n111w1l-ce1 lune Rm e e w 11 1 lf 111 A 1 raldm R1s l1 Fl 11111 lohn 111 Be-1ttyMacD1n1 tiff 'M' IV Page 41 -J A Q 1. :F .. 1 W , 0 - N A2 1. 1 :J X 'Q ,. f . , N X ' I f ' - 3 l"1:,-1 Row C'l.1yt1,11l.1111ll.111d K1-1111e1l1H1111lv CTl111- l.1f111lw1'11 Owe11D11l11111 V1-11111111 Wollf-1'111.111, S1 R tl , Ge 1' 111 l.111l1k1Il, H1111 . 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M 11111 11 111 e 1 1 111 1 A 1111 e e 1er W111111 D1 1115111111 R 1 1 11e1 1 111 1 11 k H1 VV 1011 111 dance we gave that year wah Called The Sprmq Frohc 11 was the 11I'S1 dance d11HI Lent an was very suCCess1u1 BO111 the boys and the g1r1s O1 our class are dC11VG 111 a1111e11cs the boys 111 mtramurals an the regular teams and the q1r1s 111 the G A A act1v111es Qur adv1sor IS Mr Gu11d1ac11 112011 1 111 -1 1 n 11r11 111 1411 1 1611141 111111 S 1 D111 1s-11 11 K r1r1e11 Parm 11 W1111 e T1111111 S11e1d1111 W1 11. 111 1 1 pha A 1 1 1 e O uette 11e G11 C' D 1f111'11-1e-14 1 rnan W1n1c 11111 1 1 Da1e C .1.1r111 Orv11f' 1111 Douq a 5 1 Be11y ar1e K 111e1111e1 1.14 L11111-1111e 1e 'Jw 1111n 1 1-1 1 121111 11 vs 1 11e 1 1 111ne me K 1111 Q1 1ea11ette Har 111 111119 311111111 yer k f' 1 1a e a B 1111 Le Sk 1 B.1n111e H111 r1 Myrtle L1 111113 D 1111111 1-111 11 Andre O 11 1.1 51119 1 H 111 1 111 LJ1111 Mar ar Page 42 1-'11-51 R 111111141 A11:1t111, CT11111'1o:: K1111111.'ky B111y1111111f11111, 18111111 P11qe1, Walter 11111114 -, 1111111-1' 1,11o111e, R11 - 1 P11 211, 111111111 N11:11, 1Go11 1r1, , 111-11 H 1 er, 11er Sf-.11 11w 11111y11 11 ' 1 K1 11'1yc A11r111111111, 1111111111 S111-y, Z111111 11111ns:111, M11 y '1'1111111v11f:, 1,111'1'111111- B11-1111+-1', 1.11V11:111- M1I1'1111w, N1111v111 A111 , Cl1111y:11'11111111, 1' H ss, Sy1'.' 1: e 1 A11 1 ' ' 1' ke 11.1111 'uw 1.1111 H111'11111, 1.11'.'11111 W1 1 Q 1111111 A1 11, M.1111'-11S11111111d11, M11111y A1111-1:.1111 11-11111-iw Y'-1111111, 111y 1- 11'.f-,' M1111 11 Kf'IH1'l'- K111-111'--14 Nf11'11.1111C11.1-111111 R1111 11.11 ' 15111111-1: K+-11111 13111 T1 1111111 1- ,g11,k11v1 1111"y1J11--111,111! 1'f111.1:111D1:'1-111-1, A111111- H11111-1, A111'1' Xe1111e1 DW111111- M1-11'.w-1 1 11.111111111,.:1,111-1111H11111 -1. 1-1.e1y 111-11.111111:,1, All H1 51-1. 11 . . 11 . 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" O..-111111l1+- 1.1-M1 A' C1111 y Maas D 111'1 S 1 G1 1113111151211 R.:11111r1 F1'1'111.1111 1 1 15111155 Ha ' i--111- 1511 1,1-.1: .11 1 K1 1 11111,e- P111 wr e , 1 13, 1 1.: ,' , .1115 Se,':1111'1 1613" 1.1111 1"11K'1 111111nd, Ze11 rr 15.131111 C1111r11111' P 11 , E511 r A' 11111111 1541111121111 111. ,1 C"1.11:.e.1 ff'111. 1111s 'fe I 1-111.1111 D., 11 S 1-111161 . 1" 1 I, 111 1 S '1111t1i Thlrd Rzw 1-111y 1:11111 U'.v111s 1 , . 1152 r, ' ' K 51" 1' V1 rtO1 1 D1 11" 11 yr K1'1 P-1111 12111111 L1,rr' . 13153116-T 1'. 11 1 wi 1s1 . .aj F,1L111111?1'1w V. 1111 D 1111 1- 11 r '12 Kr use 2 11. 111 ' 53 '1"1 ' 1 y H sc , ",' ' 11:11, 13111-11 1 H1 B11 11-1 51,121 y Bw s f Je L:'1 d1 5 1 I ,. . ,K N1 I 1 Q U , 1 ' FRESHMAN CLASS HISTORY The freshman class of th1s year IS the largest class enrolled It conslsts of 210 members The othcers are lack Hammett presldent Eugene Douglas v1ce prestdent and Ruth Graet treasurer Mr Poellmger was chosen class advlsor Many freshmen 1o1ned the d1tterent clubs The COUSGTVGTIOH Club drew both boys and g1rls and some went out tor cheerleadlng A number of students were IH the lunxor and Seruor Bands and also the Cho1r There were a few who obtalned parts ln Thesplan plays and others worked on Varlous commtttees The g1rls part1c1pated 1n such sports as basketball baseball hockey pmg pong badmmton volleyball and tennls The boys partlclpated IH tennls basketball baseball football track pmg pong badmlnton wrestllng and boxlng The Freshman SWIHQGFOO a dance held on May 18 to celebrate the State Tenms Tourna ment was the class debut 1nto school soclal llte Desplte lnclement weather the dance was enloyed by over three hundred students F1rstRow Sally Ann Bart Marlorle Zeller Exleen Relnhart VIVIGH Bonnett Anna Mae Erxckson Barbara Brooks Glorlanna Lenz Franus Nault lames O Nexll Robert Boegh Darwxn Kaatz Eugene lohnson Danxel Clark Second Row Euntce Wendtland Lucnlle Peterson Mlrxan Phxlhps Marxan Chaganos Natahe Bonnxn Elwebeth Mueller Kathleen Rogers Betty Peterson George lagerson Eugene Wxlkes Ray Tuchscherer Harry Oelke Thxrd Row Exleen Borenz Anxta Meyer Jeanette Gauthler Dorls Lxeber Mnldred Thorson Marte Borchert Edna Tuttle Morgan Haute Wxlham Schramm Kenneth Sorenson Donald MacDonald Earl Radtke Fourth Row Lorrame Kuchenbecker Betty lensen Ruth Bruss Elame Bellm Dons Arndt Ruth Sorenson Ivan Stxlp Vincent Lampert Chester Felton Charles Lelby, Ralph Parker Earl Luebke Donald Nell Page 43 ' I I I - I I , . 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Q H111 1 1 1 1 , ' 5 , 1 If , ::, ., 1 , 1.' 1 , '11, , 1- 1 - , 1 1 . , 1 ,sz , , - l l CLASS OFFICERS IUNIQR CLASS Raymond Smlth VICE Presldent Gladys Z1Ck Secretary Treasurer Catvm Krermqer Pre sldent SQPHGMORE CLASS Dan Kueht Pres1der1t Robert Redlm Secretary Treasurn r Robert Gros Vrce PI'LS1dLIlt FRESHMAN CLASS lack Hammett Presmdent Ruth Graet Secretary Treasurer Eugene Douglas VICG Pres1dent Page 43 t Y' 5' s A V V N x S3 "L FQ' F .J , 1' 5 FACES UQIQED SI-HNING DETEQM CDIMEPXNIIZATVINDNS SENIGR BAND The Neenah Hlgh School Band IS one of our most actlve organlzatlons lt IS a year round organtzatlon and lt plays a number of tlmes throughout th1s perlod ln the past year the band has glven several concerts the ftrst was glven at Chrtstmas tlme the second was a mxd wlnter concert and the thtrd was a band beneflt movme concert played at the Embassy Theatre Dur1ng these concerts the audlences were amused w1th a few clever novelty numbers as well as belng entertalned by Classlcal selectlons Besldes playlng tn the concerts several of the better band members volunteered to play solos and ensembles espectally prepared for the cxty s var1ous CIVIC orgamzatxons and clubs The band also assxsts our athlet1c assoc1at1on by playmg at football and basketball games The formatlons and maneuvers whlch are executed at the football games regu1re much prepa ratlon to perfect For the past few years the band has attended a festlval rather than a tournament because these feshvals are non compet1t1ve ln such a festwal one outstandmg band IS plcked and the other bands are QIVGH constructlve cr1t1c1sms on thelr playmg Th1s year the band went to Stevens Polnt for the festlval and everyone had an exceptlonally good ttme Thls year the Neenah and Menasha bands have attempted to create better feellng between the tw1n C1l1GS by playtng concerts for each other s student body The year s act1v1t1es were culmlnated w1th a band p1cn1c enyoyed by both members and parents Ftrst Row Donald lape Beverly Sxmcox Louls Tornow Norma Redltn Vtrglma Spaulding Robert Huebner Wxlltam Gore Doris Redlm loan Second Row Charlotte Poquette Elpha Brooks Donald Schanke Eumc Nlles Lorrame Rosenow Ev lyn S hmldll Patrxola Doll Helen Cummgs Barbara Brooks Marlorle Strey Lxlltan Htldebrand Harland Heyer Thmrd Row Robert Wood Calvm Mace Royden Gtnnow Dorothy Rxdgeway Lots lerome loan Mxelke lanet Arndt Margaret Ballas Geraldxne Zlemke Marlon Kemps Loretta Tuchscherer Marlorne Meyer Robert Johnson Fourth Row Iuhus Herzfeldt Douglas Haute Adehne Hlldebrand Mary Shoman Wanda Ltsk Betty Hardt Shxrley Wlttenborn Rosella Foster Img Vincent Lampert Robert Stacker Donald Rune Wllham Thompson Sam Roth George Iagerson Fnlth Row Mary Tembehs Harold Stanelle Betty Elwers Loa Hutohms Marlorle Iensen Morgan Iorgenson Iuanxta lohnson Robert Elsenach Wtlham Dedermg Robert Kollath Members Absent from the Plcture Kenneth Gmnow Iames Webb Rose Dowllnq Kathleen Hutchtns if f H' 1 Page 49 , . 5 1 - I . 1 . . . . . v ' . , , . . . . . , Rogers, Donald Erdmann, Lily Lenzt Lester Mais, director I l I y I I Q gs .4 " ' ' ' ' g W, 1 " CHOIR t41rstR0W Lauralee Ward L01 Fromm Betty Hawkmson Naom1Denkert Nloleta Allen Kate Block Mary Ptranq Shirley Thompion Set ond Row Jeanette Han-:on lune Mx: keleon Helen Munsche Peqqy Rmehardt Vxrqmxa Kuchenbecker Betty Knuteon Elame D1 ther Almre Zelxner Charlotte Krmme Tlurd Row Theron Mxdclesnn Ed Nnxlu Gladye Zlclc Mr L06-hrke dlrector Ed Krauie Vlrqlma Morrx on Ceorqe Wilcox ORCHESTRA Fmr TROW Vale ru P0 gm tie Earl Luelvke lac ruelxne Collmpp L01 lerome Ser ond Row Zelplxa Arm trrmq Emery Parker Geraldine Srhultz Robert Enqter Dorfntluy Met lr: Luc 1lle Peter on Tl 1rd Row Kathleen Ruqe-r Arrnln Scl'1v1lt7 Mr Loehrke director Gordon Nooy n Page 50 i Fw1rtlx Rfnw Carl Marohn, Lrmxfl Stacker, Bud Schultz Harold Oskar l l CONSERVATION CLUB The Conservat1on Club IS orgamzed to restore and keep our natural resources lt tends to arouse Wldespread popular mterest ln thls sublect and make the members feel the lmportance of conservatlon The Conservatlon Club of Neenah Hlgh School undertakes many proyects durmg the school year and durlng summer vacatlon the club members ralse pheasants and plant trees They also plant wlld FICG and other food ln swamps for wlld game blrds Durmq the wmter the club pro V1dSS blrds wlth food by puttlng many b1rd feeders out Thls wmter a taxldermlst mstructed the club members and mterest was aroused 1n h1s type of work Many dances are sponsored by the Conservahon Club and 1t sells candy bars and refresh ments at basketball and football games ln the sprlng a flsherman s party for members of the club was held Flrst Row lune Herrmann Ruth Llpmnske Elame Bredendlck Marlorxe Powers Delmar Luebke lohn Palmer Glen Iicobson Melvm lohnson Walter Luebke Douglas Smlth Earl Luebke Earl Fahley Ronald Hall Sheldon Wxlms Rose Pluger Marxlyn Peterson losephlne Pluger George Wilcox Mr Gerhardt advlsor Thlrd Row Anna Marlon Smxth Donald Nell Laverne Graham Myrtle Koch Mary Nelson Clarxce lacob Ioan Mlelke Florence Cowlxnq Geraldme Rusch Bob Huebner Art Rudebeck Fourth Row Mr Gundlach advxsor Ioyce Wllms Douglas Nagel Ernest Iohnson Gordon Rhoades Leslle Snuth B111 Haag Edward Hoehne Bufford Tews Duane Schlmmel Harvey Hanson Russell Ruthven lack Draheun Fifth Row Harold Stanelle Kendall Mxlls Chester Clotxer Herbert Steller Eugene Tlmm Donald Gomoll Donald Strey Lester Manske Em manue1Chagonos Duane Mentzel B111 Blank Norman Grunert Ivan Stllp B111 Huebner Lawrence Marquandt Don Ehlers Edward Braemer Page 51 I Second Row: Ella Corey, Betty Koerwitz, Betty Muller, Kathleen Rogers, Wnlma Strusinske, Geraldine Schultz, Marjorle Strey, Betty Peterson, 1 l" l 'The Cub D lnguwu vl..4t 1 Mn HMM cl. sm vmw u.,...uu-4.1 sub... M' 'M THE CUB Every two weeks durmq the school year the Cub s att lssues tree to the students the Cub The statt IS composed ot students who are xnterested ln lournalrsrn and wrrtrnq B9S1dGS puttrnq out the usual br weekly publ1cat1on the statt frequently pubhshes extra edrtlons The annual MIXGT whrch 1S the t1rst dance ot the year IS qrven by the Cub staff and the arm ot thls dance IS to acqualnt the freshmen wlth the other students The purpose ot the statt IS to QIVG the students a school paper wh1ch they w1ll enyoy and at the same tune cover the events whlch occur durlng the school year ln Aprrl the new staff takes over publ1cat1on dutles the object of thls belnq to QIVS the new statt experlence At the end ot the school year a Cub banquet was held speeches were qrven by the senrors and the paper s ratmq was announced ow nr ey only mfr n u sy fmt ex Advl r M s Quanrna Plolcnce C 1 le H If n Q l He-nrxetla Hen! f ond Row K tnlf n OW n mx v, 1. tty Dre eman Y rru K 11 runner lane btavnfm Dor vthy Mundi 1rdRow File n Buren! l' mlyK 1 1 nsun Mirjor We l u curllxRow Dam Ku henb lc r Hwib th Dmnomn lrinn Vind rvvallce Wxlllard Dunl-ce till Hamm tt l Page 52 lllllrllkll Hy llll ,... 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' ' Qt A A E, . , I . . , 1 I 1 1 I , , Flrst St l " Thr mm, Katt I -3 H lvlt1n:- M- 'y T1 'pl s, so ls: 2 , ' 'B 'z , tw - fo Q, , Sw 4 if M '1 .fr F to H 'vans Ina Hulvhzn' Be ikh vit, Delorol Haldf , 1-1 clr- rf v tk! , . ,T Th ' . 1 3 , l vl+ll1'ar,l.1 une S rn 'r , le wrner, Helen V.xn'ierw.1lk-wr, P,1llyDf.1lx-,n1, H -Hy 3 rfmf Fw . . :: .g .Hu e I . 9 - , 1 D . fe' ' r, 1 ., 1 , A GERMAN CLUB l'lr 1 Row Mdrlorxe Puwer Dorn Lleber lan:-1lCr1rrer Rolx rl 'uk ker Funn e Hur k n Tlnrd Row L1ll1an Qu mdl Herlrul Sleller Puqene Tlmrn SPQR Frrsl Row Bull Oehlke Lrllran Strey Margaret Ol on Mlm, Kreer adm or Darullv, Thorrlr n linet R ke LJ xlls, Peterson Second Row Adeline Hrldebrand Vrrqlnla Spaldlnq Marlorxe Zeller Louls Std lcer Mary lane Uvaam lohn MCK1nbey Marlorxe lensen Shlrley Wlltenborn Margaret Ballab Verla Collrns Thrrd Row Allen Burstem lane Grael Marlon G unske Laverne Blank John Mdrtm l Pac e33 l 'ss ' .s, fs , .,,, f fm ', . rx Ls Second Row. Eunice Wendlland, Mary lane Wlskow, Nrzhalre Hlmnrnn, Duck lnuurfavrr, Clemlrllrle- Xrorrrlav, Slnrls-ey Stung:-:Q . n u . LIBRARY CLUB Fxr t Row Helen Turnl Advmor Mx Thompson Lorrame Ehrqott Second Row Roqer Doughty Thea Pau f lx C A M E R A C L U B SG-c,onri Row Mfxrlorxe Zeller Douqlab Ndqel Homer Young Robert H lebner lame Hoeper Francl Zeller Page 54 Q xx Flrsl Row. Betty Neff, lack W1ll1ams, lack Prlesler, Dons Kurllenbeclxer DEBATE The question tor debate was Resolved that the federal government should own and operate the railroads For the first time Neenah went to Madison to compete in the state finals where Neenah won one debate and lost tive Neenah won the right to compete in the State Tournament by capturing the Oshkosh District Tournament wlth six wins and no losses At the Central Sectional Regional Meet held at Wausau Neenah won tour and lost two debates thus qualifying as one ot the twelve teams in the State Tournament Neenah took third in the conference meet at Shawano in November and the team participated in practice tournaments at Menasha Oshkosh and Sheboygan Public debates were held betore the Rotary Club and the Marathon Club of the Y W C A lncludlnq practice debates the team took part in eighty interscholastic debates t ll B tty dl? t hM q Page 55 . it . If 1 ' I 1 4 - , . First Row: Laverne Blank, Roy Matzdort, Verla Collins, Marlorie Zeller Second Row: Ioan Rad ke, Bill Mi er, e Borenz, leanette Yeager, Adeline Hildebrand Thir ow: Deba e Coac r. Ozanne, Edmond lun PEP CLUB l-1rsY Row Vlrqxma Single Mllce Tembtll ,lcxgk Wlllmmb Roqer Doughty Rmlxdrd Radtkf S91 ond Row Dorm Klfxwxller Wxll :rd Durmce Vlrqmm Cowllnq Alu e C I nk F.DW Flrbt Row Calxm Krenqer Roy Douqlab Advmor Mr Ph 1 toph Donald Erdmann Second Row Donald Stalleld Dxck Meyer Harland He: elmann lohn Speldel Kenneth Cglnnow Page 56 ' .' f , , 2 5, f 1 x , ' K A .l . 7 ' 2 , L l , ' , 7 fl ' Tlm'c'l Row Mnlllxms Bevkery Kenneth Gmnow, l-imos Webb - . ' ' : ' , ', ' . . rs , f : , , '5 , , ' STUDENT COUNCIL The student council was orgamzed to give the students an opportunlty to take part in the government ot the school Consistmg ot an executive committee and a representative ot each homeroom the council is gulte a dominant factor in our activities lt is a body ot able repre sentatwes who try to erve the entire student body in a manner which they feel would benefit the maiority ot the students During the year it has accomplished many tine proiects It has held several dances which enabled tlre councll to raise money to help tinance other proyects lt has sent representatives of the councll to the W1SCOHSlH Student Council Association COUV6Hl1OU in order to better adapt our council to good student government Throughout the year student problems were discuss d by the council and they tried to solve them with a degree ot lustltiable lurisdiction A wedd1ng gltt was bought for Mr Hedges by the sponsoring ot an all school drlve Money IS ralsed for scholarships by various means The council tries to establish a feeling of well belng between the city and the high school Hpk Rbet h rhaie D p Page 57 I . . . . . . . . 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' e First Row: George Strohmeyer, Charles Cuxnings, Eunice o J ins, Allen Burstein, o r Io nson Second Row: Bill Miller, Corrine Krause, Doris Kuchenbecker, lanet Dyreby, Betty Borenz, Charlotte Krause, Lois Ierome, Donald MacDonald ir ow: Willard umke, Donald Koerwiiz, Harland Hesselmann, Edmund Ar in, Louis Stacker THESPIAN SOCIETY The Thesplan SOCIETY, troupe No lO3 IS athhated wlth the Nahonal Thesplans and Natlonal Dramatlc SOCIETY tor h1gh schools The alrn ot our soclety 1S to create a Splflt of actlve and 1ntell1gent 1nterest ln Clrarnahcs One must achleve oertaln standards 1n school drarnatlcs 1n order to ga1n admlttance lnto the organlzatlon The two plays glven thls year were Llfe Beglns at Slxteen and Footloose We 1n1t1ated Qlldllfled students three tunes durmg the year The troupe ass1sts ln purchas 1ng ot p1ns for each of the new members A year ot worthwh1le dCt1V1t16S was brought to a close w1th a banquet F1rstRow Ralph Chrxstensen lack Wlllxams Marlorle Werner Miss Chalmson advisor Thea Rau Ch lack Ward Marlon Eckrmh Sebond Row Lauralee Ward Gertrude Krautlcramer Glorma Wnllmams Peggy Kuether Mary Shoman Betty Nelson Harold Weitz lune Wolthlus B111 Hammett Third Row Robert Schmldt Donald Iape Louls Stacker Donald Koerwltz Louxs Roth M11-Le Tembelms Emily Kuether Page 58 - f . . . , I tt . . . 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I , 2 , , r r , 5 . , ' Edltor ln Ch1et Rose Dowhng Assoctate Eclrtor Thea Rausch Buslness Manager lames Webb Advertlslng Manager Kenneth Gmnow Advertlslng Staff AdVeFlI1S1I'1q Staff Advertrslng Staff Advertlslng Statt Aclvertlsmg Staff Advertlslng Staff Art Edltor ASS1SlGHt T H E R O C K E T STUDENT STAFF lack Pnester Helen Skatte Senxor Echtor Assrstant Feature Ed1tOF Kathleen Owens Assrstant leanne Vanclerwalker Feature Staff Mllclred Krueger Dolores l-lalclernann Katherlne Grunska LaVerne Haase Roger Doughty Ethel Barshaw LOUIS Stecker Evelyn Relchel Feature Staff Sales Manager Assrstant Sports Edrtor Assrstant Photography ASSlSl6Dl Mary lane Van Loan leanne Sorenson Maryorle Werner Betty Nelson Donald Erdmann Harold Holverson lack Wllllams Russel Ruthven AdV1SOFS Mr Olsen Mr Poelhnger Mr Blume k B tt g dR W bb L thG ld ld Page 59 F1rstRowr Mrldred Krueger, Delores Haldernan, Thea Rausch, Rose Dowlmq, Ethel Barshaw, La Verne Haase Second Row: lac Wrlliams, Marlorle Werner, leanne Sorenson, Jeanne Vanderwalker, e y Nelson, Roger Dou hty Thir ow: Iames e , ouis Stacker, Kenne innow, Haro Halverson, Dona Erdmann l FORENSICS READERS Lauralee Ward Iune WOlthUlS Eumce Hopkms hme Fadner Ice Canheld, Roy Matzdorf Ed lung Mamorle Zeller Page 60 SPEAKERS ATVIHILIETVIHES FOCTBALL The Red Rockets began practice August 29 for the l939 season From looking over the records one would get the 1mpress1on that the football season was unsuccessful however, we feel that success IS not always measured by the number of wins or losses 1n a season Against great odds the team struggled and did the1r best Although the team w1ll not go down ln history as being a victorious team it will be re membered as a team of whom we feel proud because of their stick to itiveness and f1ne spirit This year a new idea for electing the football captaln was used Instead of electlng a captain at the end of each season for the followmg year an actlng captain for each game was selected by Coach Christoph Oliver Evans a senior, was elected honorary captain at the end of the season First Row Dino Burt-N Albert Ackerman Oliver Evans Dick Meyer Buxton Kettering Eugene Callaway Robert Hackstock Donald Statfeld Kenneth Redlm Raymond Smith Clifford Bunker LaVerne Graham mg Bob Martin Daniel Kuehl George Strohmeyer Third Row Coach George Christoph LeRoy Hansen Paul Schmidt Orville Peterson William Roeder Paul Butterfield Martin Speidel Robert Moseng Mark Anderson Hilton Mitchell Gordon Forseth Fourth Row Harold Dleckhotf Frank Luebben Robert Hass William Schramm Sheldon Asrnus Raymond Olson Ralph Parker Carl Coenen Harold Weitz' Morgan Haute Fifth Row Nicky Nicholas Charle Shom-in Allen Bur tem H rb rt Kramer Hugh Zimm rman Gurdon Rhoad s Iam s lersnld Vincent Lam pert lames Willis S1xthLRow Robert Phillips Robert Redlln Oliver Babbltts Arthur Hansen Alvin Hess Michael Hyland Karl Tipler Robert Sk ill Coach Harvey eaman Page 63 . t . . . . I 1 . . , Second Row: Milton Luka, Charles Krueger, ,lohn Harness, William Daniel, Eugene Douglas, Edward Levandoski, Fred Haselow, Charles Ketter- OLIVER EVANS Y C ri K ENNFTH RFDLIN SUMMARY OF SEASON MESSMER I3 NEENAI-I 7 In the 1n1t1al game of the season the Rockets lost a hard fought game to a strong Messmer team ln the flrst half both teams battled to a deadlock Neenah came out strong and scored a touchdown early IH the thlrd quarter Messmer recovered a Rocket fumble and on a touchdown pass t1ed the score Neenah agaln fumbled deep 1n thelr own terr1tory wlth M ssmer recover1ng and agaln passmg for a touchdown KAUKAUNA 27 NEENAH 7 Neenah lost 1lS flrst conference game of the season at the hands of Kaukauna who scored three touchdowns ln the flrst half In the second half both teams battled on even terms Kaukauna scored m the thlrd quarter and the Rockets late IH the fmal stanza w1th a pass from Buck Kettermg to Allen NEW LGNDON 9 NEENAH O Startmg out strong 1n the f1rst quarter and then fadlng away Neenah lost 1ts second conference game Cn a long pass 1n the second quarter New London made the flrst score of the game The Bulldogs scored a safety when Bunker was tackled IH the end zone on recervmg a punt ST MARY I9 NEENAH O St Mary smothered Neenah malcmg 1t the fourth defeat for the Rockets Wast1ng no t1me the Zephyrs scored 1n the f1rst quarter Wlth l1ttle exclte to a touchdown IU the th1rd stanza Agaln 1n the fourth perlod the Menasha aggregatlon scored and also made good on the extra polnt whlch made the flnal score l9 O Page 64 I . . . I . . . I e Honorar Ia X ain i ment in the second quarter, the crowd was aroused when the Saints marched ' yi , ' . H I wmv, SUMMARY OF SEASON sHAwANo 39 NFENAH o Paced by Reed the Shawano Ind1ans scalped Neenah to the tune ot 39 O The hrst tally was on a tr1ck lateral pass play ln the IIYSI quarter Mak mg two more ID the second quarter the score stood I9 O at the halt In the thlrd stanza a Rocket drxve was stopped on Shawano s ll yard l1ne by two penaltles The Indlans came back and ldlllGd once IH the thnrd quarter and twlce 1n the fourth NEENAH 7 WEST DE PERE O W1nn1ng 1ts hrst game of the season Neenah beat W1 st De Pe re 7 O The touchdown came IH the second perlod when the Phantoms tumbled deep IH the1r own terrrtory Wlth Neenah recoverlng It was a battle throughout the rest of the game wlth West De Pere twlce marchlng down to the Rockets 20 yard strlpe only to be stopped CLINTCDNVILLE 7 NEENAH 6 In one ot the most exc1t1ng upsets IH the conference the Cllntonvrlle Truckers defeated our Red Rockets by a score ot 7 6 Clmtonwlle made thelr score on an end run 1n the Irrst half In the second half Neenah s touch down was made by Buck Kettermg but the try tor the extra po1nt talled leavlng Neenah on the short end NEENAH 7 MENASI-IA 7 In the hardest fought game ot the season the Neenah team battled the Neenah aggregatron by scorlng 1n the f1rst halt In the th1rd quarter the Rockets pounded and smashed the1r way to a touchdown The touchdown play was a pass from Burts to I-laclcstock Th1s pas was n arly lntercepted lout Lady Luck at l st tavored Neenah DONALD TAPI I I D DICK MPYI-R 3. 'Qu Page 65 Menasha to a 7 7 tie in the annual grid contest. Menasha got the jump on I A 'Y 3 Q ' ,r 1 7 51 I. y ,, 6 L I Harold WGITZ Page 66 Hdtom M1TChE11 BASKETBALL Noted for producmg outstandmq basketball teams Coach Ole lorgensen aqaln produced a cons1stent wmner m l9f-39 40 The Rockets shared the Northeastern W1scons1n Conference QW'estern DIVISION, t1tle wlth New London and Shawano won the Menasha Reqlonal Tournament and played m the sem1 tmals ln the State Tournament at Madlson Front Row D Haute I Hertzleldt Captain Harland Hesselmin B Kr H+ rxnq R Miller Qeeond Row P Wlnkelman C, Kettermq M Luka Ca Hoyman T Chrx lotler on Top Row D Pe ter on Mqr Coach Ole lorqensen H Krurner Mqr l Page 67 1 1 1 ' . . ., . . , ' r' t , . 2 2' , . . ' ' ' - T 1- ,. l vL,'f 1- BASKETBALL 144-11 1 e 11 19 P- P ,.1 1 id E-' L-'X 'K-' C1:"1.' 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F 1 11--1'1" 1.11"1.1 1--11 ' '-1'--1 ' r' 1' . 11 11111- '111' :.,:1-.-':1.111-- .f" "-:1'.'--1'f'r1' :1':'-Ji-1. 1-'W Dec Dec Dec Dec Dec an an an an e e e eb e REGIONAL TCURNAMENT Plamheld New London Kaukaurra N e ah Oppo ext STATE TQURNAMFNT Sturgeon Bay Superlor East Marshheld 17 B A S K E T B A L L VARSITY BASKETBALL RECORD Appleton Kaukauna New London West De Pere Menasha Shawano C1lH1OHV1119 Me-rrashi Kaukauna New London West De Pere St Mary C11I1fOl'1V111S 51 Mary Neermah Cpponent Page 69 . 14 . .....,.. 32 14 . 8f ........ 18 15 . 159 ...... 29 26 . 22 ,.....43 19 , . 29 ,4.....,, 24 20 1 . 5 . ..,,.,.. 31 21 1 . 12 ' ' .... .,,39 19 1 . 199 C ........, 38 25 11 . 264 ..,...., 27 33 Pb. 2- ...... 19 23 Fb. 9 ...,.32 16 Feb. 134' Shawano. .....,., 15 29 F.b. 16-9 . ......,. ..21 27 17. 2399 ' ' ..1. ...47 11 Fb. 28f . 4.., ., 4.28 26 ' ' ....,.,....... 41 26 20 25 , .4,,4...... 41 38 ' - .....4..... 28 23 ' ....... ...,. 1 8 SECOND TEAM BASKETBALL Coach Ivan W1111ams 1u1'11or Rockets went through the season uudeteated wmhmq hfteeh cor1secut1ve games and coppmq u1'1d1sputed possess1o11 ot the 11111101 C11cu1t of the N E W Conference Dec Dec Dec Deo Dec an an an an eb eb e eb e Appleton Kaukauna New London West De Pere Menasha Shawano C11H101lV1119 Mehasha Kaukiuha West De Pere Shawano St Mary C1mtonV111e St Mary Tok Wll T1-1E RECORD k M Nc c 11311 Upponent Paoe 70 . 1 , . ..,.,,. ..,.,. . . . ..., 22 21 . . 8 .,.....,..,.. .,,1.. . . . , . . .25 16 . 15 .......,. ,,..,1..... ..,..,, 1 8 15 . 22 . .. ....,..,, .,.. . . . . . . .25 14 . 29 .,...,,....,.,,.1.. . . . . . . . .31 12 1 . 5 ............. . ...,. . . . .... 27 17 1 . 12 ' ' 1..1 ........... ......... . . .32 15 1 . 19 ....................,....... . . .21 12 1 . 26 C ............... ............... 2 6 22 Feb. 28 New London ....,.... .................... 2 7 16 F . 9' . ..........1....... ,......... 2 3 12 F . 13 .,.............. ............ . 19 11 F 13. 16 . ............... .....,............. 3 1 13 F . 23 ' ' .... .............. . . . . 30 7 Pb. 28am . ,..... ........... . .. . .35 18 F1 tk - D 1: 11.a 11.1 F C'.111.1vmy E 112.11 W e www, Mm-111 O ow Coarh lvdn 1 mxns, 1. O N911 1. Qgoftt y'111f 1 1. HH 1l111 11e1t IJ 1311115 WRESTLING Due to lack ot expert nce thls year s wrestlmg squad chdn t have a very successful season What our team lacked IU experlence was made up by thelr determtnatlon to always do thetr best and to 1mprove and they dld lmprove and gamecl experlence as the season went along ln the State Wrestl1ng Tournament at Lawrence College they won several matches and they won from Waupun IH the last match of the season The squad was made up mostly of under classmen whtch means that next year we w1ll have a better team and we are placlng our hopes h gh tor them SEASON S RECGRD March 2 Sturgeon Bay 2OVz Neenah ' March 9 Mllwaulcee Washlngton 2316 Neenah March 21 Sturgeon Bay Neenah March 29 30 State Meet Neenah 6th place A r1l 4 Waupun Neenah l t W RPhllp D dl? A LGh CC BlkCl gGRh pl? A P e Bttfe1dR LRyH Page 71 . V . , . . 1 V i Q , . , . , , i 1 . ........... ...... l 2 , 5 ' f ' . . ,V .,..,. Qld ' ............ 19 ...... 14 p ' . . , ............. , 2 . . . , . , 7 F1rstRow: R. Red 1n, R. Vough , I. Boushley, D. Schanke, V. inkelman, E. Kinzer, , i 1 s, . Nell, R. Hoehne Second Row: D. Cowling, R. Evans, B. Sousoures, B. Thompson, B. Malouf, R. Skatte, R. Haag, E. Malouf, R. Skall, O. Babbits Thir ow: . Hansen, . ra am, . oenen, W. an , . C outter, A. Sturges, R. Tornow, W. Haa , . oades To ow: . Ackerman, I. almer, E. Douglas, D. Meyer, I. Rog rs, P. u eri , . Gehrman, I. Palmer, e o ansen Aprll 20 Aprll 22 Aprll 25 Apr11 29 May 2 May 6 May 9 May 13 May 17 May 19 May 23 May 31 lune 3 1939 TENNIS Menasha Sheboygan Fond du 1 ac Appleton E Green Bay Conference Meet Gshkosh E Green Bay Mamtowoc 20 State Meet Menasha Appleton Fond clu Lac TENNIS Results Won Won Won Won Won Se cond Place Won Won Won Won Won Won Apr1l 13 Aprll 17 Aprll 20 Aprll 27 May 1 May 4 May ll May 14 May 17 May 21 May 25 lune 1 W 'i 1940 TENNIS SCHEDULE Gshkosh Menasha Fond du Lac East Green Bay Man1toWoc Shawano Northeastern Conference Meet Menasha State Tournament Appleton Sheboygan North Shawano Th dl? W D lf 2 Page 72 A J N , . ............. ....., . . , 18 ............... May 28. ....,,...r,..,.......... Appleton 1511221 Row' R, lolmrmm, K Clmnow, L, Graham, B.Hammetl,R.M1ller, G, Kolepke, 15. H -1 - Second Row G. Rlxoades, 1. lcrsuld, N. Nlclxolas, . Ionschor, K. Re lm, D. Rlne, I5 ul: Huwl -X lr ow: Coach Ivan lllxams, Captain Don Erdmann, 1. Rogers, 1. Drahexm, H, 1 lettklmll G. Nooyen .V 9' ti 1 fi. , , f ' 1 5 . I - " ' f .1 ez g ' 5 ' A M t 4.1 1-,Il Y "J ' ' sl J ft? f 37 ' 'Ml gl s Schedule April 24 April 28 May 2 May 6 May 13 May 16 May 20 H T R A C K 1939 REco12D Results Neenah 71 Menasha 37 West DePere 66 2 3 Neenah 45 1 3 New London 77 1 3 Neenah 30 2 3 Kimberly 59 Neenah 59 Kaukauna 45 Menasha 17 Class B D1str1ct Meet First West Depere 58 96 Second Kimberly 38 43 Third Kaukauna 28 Appleton 86 Oshkosh 69 1 2 Neenah 18 1 2 Northeastern Conference Meet First New London 55 1 3 Second West DePere 37 1 2 Thlrd Shawano 35 1 3 Fourth Neenah 21 1 2 1940 TRACK SCHEDULE April 27 Menasha May l Kaulcauna May 3 Kirnb rly May 11 District Meet at Neenah May 15 Oshkosh Appleton Neenah May 18 Conference Meet at Neenah May 25 State Meet at Madison RW1l k tll RH N t ThdR AAk h 1 p Ft Kk M q pt y BBI Page 73 . . . . . . . . . - Q - ' . S - - I 1 First Row. I. aldeman, R. Evans, . 1 iams, B. Lawson, A. Hansen, K. Dorschner, K. Sorenson, R. Tuchscherer, R. S all, C. lohnso Second Row: D. Burts, H. S e er, O. Evans, L. Hansen, R. Luebke, . oehne, E. Wilkes, R. Burr, I. O' eil, H. Mi chell, E. Parker ir ow: N, Iunion, . c erman, B. T ompson, B. B ank, L. Bussian, R. Smith, G. Kinq, S. Roth, M. S eidel, R. Eisenach our h Row: A. al oske, E, Winkelman, C. erkely, E. Calloway, C. Ketterin , Ca ain Dick Me er, R. Hackstock, I. Austin, B. Kettering . och CHECKERS R Bu ts R Gmnow CHESS INTRAMURALS Th1s years lntramural program progressed smoothly under Coach lorgensen s guldance Each year p1ns are awarded to four persons ID each class havmg the hlghest number of pomts wh1ch they earn by competmg m mtramural sports ln thxs way the under classmen have as much chance to wm the medals as the upperclassmen The sports m whlch 1ntramural pomts are awarded 1nclude tag football checkers chmese checkers tenms handball class and lntramural basketball track boxmg and wrestlmg horseshoes shuffleboard chess bad m1nton free throw contest volleyball baseball p1ng pong and basketball golf An mtramural skatmg meet was held th1s wmter and the w1nners went to the tournament at Green Bay Class Track Meet 1939 frrst senlors second sopho mores th1rd lumors fourth freshmen Handball freshman R Skall sophomore G Stroh Badmmton freshman R Seager sophomore C PING PONG Graham Hesselman Wollerman Shoman Page 74 Lcmberg 1un1or L Graham semor l-l Hesselman Checkers freshman P Burts sophomore R Gxnnow lumor R Young semor l Spe1del Chess freshman l Martm sophomore R Gmnow 1umor R Young semor R Matzdorf VOLLEYBALL F11 tRow D Burts Wenz Second Row lape E Wlnkelman He selman Kalkoske Hoyman I I I I - I I I V - 1 ' , ' ' 1 , V . J. Martm, Matzd0rf,R.G1r1rwW meyerp junior, W. Blankg senior, H. I-lesselman. 's 2 . 'g, I , . L ' , S' , ' , INTRAMURALS FREE THORW Pmg Pong freshman C Shoman sophomore V Wollerman 1un1or L Graham senlor H Hesselman Pfng Pong cM1X9d Doublesj N Patterson and H Hesselman Wrestllng Meet 95 pounds V Wmkelman 105 pounds D Schanke 115 pounds W Thompson 125 pounds R Skafte 135 pounds C Cloutler 145 pounds W Haag 155 pounds 1 Palmer 165 pounds D Meyer 175 pounds A Ackerman Free Throw freshman 1 ONe1l sophomore K Haufe JUHIOT R Mlller senror H Hesselman Shuffleboard freshman W Oehlke sophomore R Gmnow 1un1or F Mulvey sen1or E Wrnkelman Basketball Golf freshman B Rymer sophomore V CLASS BASKETBALL Freshmen C Shoman captaln W Dan1el K Soren son B Rymer D Hass Sophomores K Parman captam V Wollerman 1 Palmer P Butterfreld R Haag G Strohmeyer R Gehr ONel1 Hesselman K Haufe BASKETBALL GOLF Rhymer V Wollerman W Hammett man A Hess 1un1ors H Kramer captaln H Dleckhoff M Speldel L Graham A Ackerman K Haufe R Douglas R Mead C Merkley 1un1ors and Semors D 1ape captam R Meyer B Bloch 1 Ward 1 Rogers TOUCH FOOTBALL Front Ro D Burts K Haufe A Ackerman W Haag C Strohme er Y Second Ro Iape E Wmkelman Hesselman Kalkoske SHUFFLEBOARD W Oehlke R Glnnow E Wlnkel man Mulvey Page 75 ' 1 , , . E ' H 1 1 I 1 - 1 1 - I 1 - 1 ' 1 - 1 1 1 , 1 1 - I 1 - I 1 - I 1 - I 1 - I 1 - 1 1 1 'J 1 . 7 1 - 1 1 - - Wollermang junior, W. Hammettg senior, D. lape. l . , ' Q . ' , . - wi 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 wr 1 1 ' 1 1 2 3 x STTIUIDIENT ILIIIFIE Y Seri 5 Q'503dd Nclld ti psf Sept 59 CALENDAR SEPTEMBER School opens l 79 d ay ot flIL1KlC'jPI'N ahead Dazed days for the fre hmen Sclence class balloon found Canada Cub Mlxer Levandoslct and Bar Shaw lead G A A holds ftrst meettnq Norma Patterson elected Prestdent Mr Ozanne mcknamed Peache Flrst Pep Assembly Clique system trlumph ser lor class abandons commts ton Neenah 7 Messmer l3 Student Counctl Banquet at Valley nn Alonzo Pond assembly to t lnhn of Mummy Ledqe Kaws trounce Ron ke 77 Z OCTOBER COHb9IVdl1OIl club orqanlze l Wllllam Haag Presldent Maqazlne campatqn launched bv Nlck Enqler Potawatomte Klclcapoos New London upset Neenah 90 Rose Dowllnq med heal t Rocket Staff St Mary smothers Rocket 100 C: A A sweater dance 30 Dr Sanford qutdes semor t AJKE 1 BALL Gnauovo fbgqmi u:oC.:J N505 fell Hu y 'S in Calc-ber 5 i X Q' X the rtqht path Sam Campbell accornpanled by Neenah Shavvano scalp Rockets 39 O 22 Rocket and Cub staffs have hot ttme tn Madtson Baldy dazzle natlves wtth red payamas Ptctures for permanent record weren t they qhastly7 NEENAH ELEVEN SWAMPS WEST DE PERE 7 O Halloween 2b dozer wener l voured by Neenah Htqh S hr c l cleputtes NOVEMBER Mr Norton Wtlllarrt plaln surance 3 Teachers aonventlon hm breathtnq spell Neenah loses to Cltntorvtlle 71 Shh' don t tell anybody Whoopeel Neenah he Mena h 77 Moral VICTOTY for Rcclce Semor dance huge suctes ot the red at last semor 12 Student Counctl Convenucr at Madtson Mr Melvln Cvrnan enltqhten J on actlvxttes of the F B l Dr Lamers talks on Your Future Rotary Essay wtnner announcel Dumke lunq and Nel on :F P410 VLA! Exim! To-aespffwt K! s T a YV' 'ffav XX l S fauna, :UN Page 79 4 6.7 X 5 4, ' , C s ' A . 6 C Q I s , . 7 ' ,C J f . tn ' B 'U t Q ' 1 1 '- l2f . .4 . ' V I 1 A 18 . ' " 7 SF 7 A X 22W ' . no 'ar 23' , fy ' R 'M 10" 25 HI ' t 1 A 6 :ffl-H N- 26 A ' 7 A 'V 30 t , ' , a ,tr .. -7. , K 5 I , 'E 3 y T ' ' y t t, v 5 ' C ' ' ' , A xr I I I L ' 1: vs, Xa 7 Q .V . lo V Ild , ,cs fl ' 14 . 'I iz s MQ ' X X l4 . . . Q , , ' X fl 16, A . ' , , F Q X 7 l , A , 0 -e 1 l9f , ' ,f N I af Bobby, makes annual visit to X N, . . 21- s - . t I 21' F . . S etch Q t . ' A ' ' . ' K I Jurys fx 26 ' M S 1' i V U , N NA x 'N 28- . ' Hu f-'l 1 ' ' , R gag, " N ll 31 4 , 1 ' , 's l e " Q ,, 4 I ,lv ww -F l . s ex t Ill- 2, -' la ' 7 ' s , t 7 ff 4 - I A ' 1 -'T Left ll-- . ' 5 s ta X V W , f Obi' ' ' E I 'f- N-Rbq' ll' ' , a ,T 's Cu. 1 ov " 15 , x xf 5 u, eu t I KX, QA fl , l4f- . E , - ,E I" 5 vs l6- . ' " ' R 23--A A 5 Q A - .-,. 0" C +hNauven R 'pep Qdfdde 5 l A f 1 Qmof ance Y flffls ES' Thcnksa :vang Page 80 ALENDAR Students swtng and sway at Chotr Dance Theatre Workshop We won t count thts one' F1FSf Thesptan Play Ltfe Begtns at S1Xteen Thanksgtvlngvacatlon morebtrds stuffed DECEMBER Basketball season launched Neenah overwhelms Appleton 32 14 Rockets take thrtller from Kau kauna 18 15 Rev Courtenay speaks to Neenah students on boy and glrl relattons Neenah upsets New London 29 26 What a team' lacgues DAlbert takes us Down to the Sea tn Shlps and had a ltttle chart trouble Rockets crush De13ere Phantoms 43 19 M Hedges takes fatal step marrres Anne Brandsrnarlc lan 8 Chrlstmas vacatlon Sleep a astlll Neenah takes thr1l1e1 from Menasha JANUARY Neenah wlns smashlng VlClOlY over Shawano 31 21 Back to school 10 weeks untll Sprlng vacatlon Arthur Santell the strong man exh1b1ts feats ot strength Cvlrls are practlcally tn the alsles Rockets trample over the Truckers 39 19 lun1or Dance 18 Semester exams headaches were had by all Day off to recuperate Rockets defeat Blue lays a second tlme 35 25 Are we proud of our teamlll Thesplan 1n1t1at1on 9 new mem bers Neenah takes fxrst fall loses to Kaukauna 27 33 FEBRUARY Neenah loses to New London 19 23 But we st1ll th nk tts a wonderful team Debate team gets 3rd place ln Conference Debate Tournament Conservatmon Club Dance Dean Braham talks upperclass men glad to hear h1m aga1n Parents come to school and see class dernonstratrons Rockets are back 1n the w1nn1ng groove defeatWest DePere 31 16 Qenlor Comrmttees are announced lt won t be long now' P HE "' RAn.RoAD ARGU Mull 1 v-2 MV CAP4 Sclkp LfLuJRE,S 29-W ,'g4? 'll ef' ROCKIES Loott Goo D MAOIIUAI - ll If 2 " V v 5 ' 28f'. ' J Q - L my K G: 1 fl, if 8 -. A 6 Q I EE'- ' s' gb EAU' 12 . A A 12811 ts 1 I 1, f E 21' ' ' H Q ' L" , " , , ' 22e .,, 1 22 -i . . lr Q tt lt, 29N - Y 2420. I 4 Q 1' VIA 8 . 1 -I ' ' ll in xx Qoc .. .. fl " H .tu 'I' X Q K lgoc !Q. ' ee " - - - - - h Q 13? g ' ' an 237 ' f , s ' fo 26 . yu g , '- . y - fx? 3i ' . W gii ' '-g .A 1 . Qgg I. I D v 0 12 . " Mt Nfwmrf C Af. vo. es ff C 'ILC Nu I .Z 623 F001 LooS E' ev ' AL'-r Nu' Mum rn. IYAL. NX...., X Du .Rau X HYAUL M561 ALENDAR Neenah loses to Shawano 2915 Safety A sembly by Capt Strlp Watch that speedometer' Neenah succumbs to St Mary 2721 But well beat them next tune' lapanese Mlsstonary Dr Wlllram Axelrng talks East IS west ancl west IS east Neenah oblrterates Trucker 1lV9 47 11 Neenah gets revenge beat St Mary 28 26 MARCH Wrestllng squad defeated b Sturgeon Bay For the flrst trme rn Neenah debate Af 'Z' j Q .. f f 111 Tournament 'JN' hrstory the team attends State Q Reglonal baslcetb rll tournament l? at Menasha wang Neenah defeats Plnnfreld 4121 Step one' Neenah defeats New London 27 20 Step two' Neenah defeats Kaukauna 42 25 Yrpeel Students mrgrate to Madlson Hrstory of banklng shown tn fllm sponsored by Wlsconsrn Bankers Assoclatlon State Tournament at Madlson Neenah Sturgeon Bay 4138 Rockets Superlor East 28 33 Neenah trlpped by Marshfteld Neenah students evacuate Madrson 75 Sprrng vacatron for everyone but the Rocket Staff Polomemc Potters assembly Moral sornethtng t in be made from nothrng Sophomore Shuffle G A A Freld Day at New london APRIL Ivy approves of McNutt Student Councrl Beneflt Movre or Scholarshlp Fund Chef Club Dance Thespran Play Footloose Sylvra Ann 1ohnson presents character sketches Mu rr F9blVdl at Steven Pornt MAY Student Councrl D mt e Drstrrct Tr tok Meet Stite Tenrns Meet Begln Conference track meet lunror Senror Receptron Assembly for Memorral Day IUNE Baccalaureate Banquet Graduatror 3 o'C9 SFNIOQ GANQVL 'X Q4r.A0uAr a 010 ig 5 Page 81 1- 'Ei' Of, 1 7.1-11? 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' ' 5' ' E A ot "A Home Newspaper' with United Press , , . , , Q I W O I 1 , ' I . W. . O I I ' ' V I O 5 I d Compliments ot The Manutacturers ot Royale' School Papers Stmclatcl ot thr N anon COMPLIMENTS QF TEWS Sl-IGP Neenah Hardware Co c u llfl W VN1 consm vc ShellBu1lo1no Harctw n l unts and Qtl lurnaces Stowe and P noe-s Btcycles and Supphes Petno 1 ztors SHFPT MFTAI WORK e Orlonnal Pennsylvanta Qtl Smce H358 Valvolme Qll Co l-CME BllllsDEPS' lsvctythmq to Lullcl Anytltn Q K Lumber St Fuel Company Phone 44CO QQMPUMENTS Modern Shoe Store Ill SQ CNQMMEl?C'lAl NEENAH Pl2lNTlNG CQMPANY DISTINC TIVE PRINTING N cnih Vlftsconsnu Buv SAFE Datry Products ter tr p dur Bet Neenah Mtllc Products Co PtloNE no fl ' C A C t. lvlary lane V111 lfxm ' 'llh of P ' ' t ' ' 'lwlqzlmonf-4135 f . ls' 5 A X. ' - o .l ' l I, 1 1 ef, 'lc .' s 1 , .Q fe: C , a Q ' .T V 'ki AQ f 'Q o a Y . T 1 . . 1 3 1 1 ' J ' ' ' if l, 1 3 o . -, , , . p 1 1 1 o ct N f , ' 4 QF Our mills, cream and other Dany Prorlucts are Pastefxzei for your pro 't rn, anrl ,ro 'ed hy selecterl henls under' Viqri lnspectlon. 0 rlltyfJt1r'FullSweetcrealn lixzttfu The s tn the Ctty o nl . J 1 J 1 Je 88 I4IIIVII3EIQI.Y CLARK CCDIQPCDIQATIQN NEENAI-I WISCONSIN Estakiished I872 'Y' MENASHA V21 MAKERS OF PACKAGING MATERIALS and CARTONS Ior the FOOD INDUSTRY Bakers everywhere use Menasha Super Seal prmted and plam bread wrappers cartons and other waxed and treated Menasha papers for packagxng baked goods Packers and other food processors use Menasha Preclslon made papers taalored to lndxvxdual needs tor pack agmg and preserving the orxglnal qualxtles of thexr products Ice Cream Manufacturers and Creamenes use Menasha cartons created by the Menasha system ot controlled production from Pnme Pulp to Printed Package rap Waxed Paper and Round Containers Meat Markets use Kabnet Wax treated wrappmg papers Food Dxshes Patls and Round Contaxners Groceries use waxed wrappxng papers and contaxners sell WAX TEX the Household Waxed Paper Menasha packaged Napkins Plates Table Covers and Tollet Tzssue Parafllm a new thermoplastic maternal has revolutlonxzed packagmg and processxng with nts wxde range of uses For these customers and others Menasha belleves and BUILDS with the thought consxstent qualxty and constant research de velop new and better products for lndustry and trade MENASHA PRODUCTS CO DIVISION OF MARATHON PAPER MILLS CO MENASHA WISCONSIN MILLS AT ROTHSCHILD WAUSAU MENASHA ASHLAND P 1 e.. ,,, N.- I I Restaurants use Menasha Napkins, "Sava- 1 ll R NEENAH PAPER CQ NEENAH, WISCQNSIN P 1 TO A SUCCESSFUL ANNUAL' Hardwood Products Corporatlon Manufacturers VENEERED DOORS SOLID DOORS LAMINATED FLOORING FIRE PROOF WOOD DOORS SOUND PROOF WOOD DOORS Neenah Wlsoonsm I THE FADNER STUDIO EXTENDS TO THE FACULTY AND STUDENTS OF NEENAH HIGH SCHOOL HEARTIEST THANKS FOR YOUR VALUED PATRONAGE AND COOPERATION IN THE MAKING OF PHOTOGRAPHS FOR YOUR ANNUALS o I no d WSIIZ 5. Betty Boro o L , , 4 F H BEPCSTRQM PAPER CQMPANY Makers of VI-XLKYHE Bcbolc Papers Neenah WlSCODSlH PCDND SPQRT SHQPS n llFAllQl ARTEP FCR 5P LDlN Al IIETIQ CHL D TENNl5 SPECU-XLISTS Complete Stock ol Spildu q Rack t F1 H1198 Bills mel Acre bc le Fxpe It Pe slrlmglmo lvy lvl icl m to Amy D9 IIE-fd TeI'151OI lHCDNl NESU APPLFFON QHEBOYC AN WIS 'I 1 Pl. l. Isl. A U ' , l C. Wh: Puls 1t,lP+-Zell f ,AGA Gfl, "EWS X :' C Q1 es, 'C Q .gl , 5. J A' ' ,, i 1' el e "1 J 1 f A. V, rl ,' li 1-I HXNDREYS 1518 411v4J11 11 11103 6 01 11 ox 1ve1 a ey 1V 0111 1 11111 1 4 ev OW11111 1 1 IC I1 4 1 S S Q 111 II 1 DN 1 1 I1 OWIIII 1141 Q 0 1114 1 E 41 If c C c1x+1V GILBERT PAPER CQMPANY MENASHA w1SCONS1N It-' K1 L Q, 1 Q ' 11511111 11-17 13' '1 V 111 S1-V411 1,1 'y1--.11s4'11s111s- 1f1c"1' 111141 S11'V1CP. T11411, 11141ef+141, 15 13 15101 111 1711 111111141 of, 41111 1111-1 1 Q11 41111 f 11s 411 1'a1'1 S SPIKV 141 11y ,1i1I1C1I'AY.' C111f'.'1,1 10 11115. 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I O1 IERSILD SWEATERS O1 we 99 O ff e c e The Equitable Reserve Nothmq Fmer for School ASSOC15t1On and Sperfs For Deta led IIIfOFIT1EiJE1OU Call DISTRICT MANAGER MFRTON F LAW QW Twm Clty BU11dl1'lQ' Lean Sz Savmqs ASSOCIGTIGH Qlqamfed 1893 L ll Ya me nheridlllq :wheel Kai giresemt r"i:' H1 d few yekus y gr rrxmris wuli tum To the pgmftical ciiidllr mf llfe. You wlll have TO Think lib L1 In 1 y dI11iWh V, 11 WM Uzvme from in sufflrxem sums TC Q 'e you the fi m. w:'f Of llf :ES yen Grew ld Y. , I I Y l I I Yom Hf rm-' I.1fe I11f1:mr1-'H CTUl!Af'7Q:!.'f will Te-il ye L1 llcww fi meme mt IIIFVJIIIP fm fhe future. 0 i . N . . , . , ,. , Phcrrzesi Offxvv +120 Rc-s.Liem"e Qfx . o Comphments OI IE E E E I I Seger Dewlmq ER Hi IAKE SI NFENAH WISCONSIN When It S Coal or Lumber Call our Number TWIN CITIES PIIOHS 3600 EQIQD DEALERS THE WISCGNSIN RIVER PULP Sz PAPER CGIVIPANY NFENAH WISC ONSIN SHIPPING STATIQN, STEVENS PQINT, WIS V rx 'Me -V c -"f"fff., I E 3 , - 'f3E57 I3 - I EH, 35,11 q Ne: A ,-.H - 1 fi 'I I Lunsen f. Mnuwonx A I, A vm any S III' 4 ,V V 14,2 .. 'lf' 'I " 4 JA.. 11 .Ify. .. yn. Mm.. l1-,1,1.,,' . I . . .V '. 9 J ' , . . 1 . f, . P ' I EDUCATIUN Take Aollon PICTUFSS L1ke INSURANCE Ts Most Appreomted m T1me of Need YOU HAVE EDUCATICN WE HAVE INSURANCE SEE US FIRST 1 .lQ4A We ll ve lust tlse Camera lor you wlie lhex pldolodlapluy 1S youl hobby or passmo lanfv Browmc s is low as Sl OU and KODAKS hom S7 uf? lo S578 OO Also 1 Comple le lme of lllm dc velopmq and plmlmd equlpmenl md pholoqr apluc 1 C s one s Gerhardl Agency SAFETY SPRVTCF Telephone 540 CRCMPI IMPNTS CENTRAL PAPER at Appleton Menasha, W1sconsm GCCD CLOTHES Eurmsh the clothes and furmshmqs you see the smartly dressed fellows wearmq in Ethel N14 hols Page 98 P 4 2:3-it JSE?" F,!.L.." Q' g Af. Llgg. 1 E J ' ii A I ., . ' C ? ,' A V ' I , ..., ll. c. . . I . . ' ' A .' A .F . 3 ' , C '12 ' , ' , e , f ' H. . V . V I C V 6 . QC eis S I . OF O ll A V 1 Co1I1pl11uH11Tb of SAWYEP PAPER CQ Naam ah W1scOr15111 CNO1'HQliIT1PHfQ e Geo Bama Pubhshmq Ccbmpany Memashw W1sCons1n Geo A Whmng Paper Co PACEMAKEP QFPSET Menasl a Wls ousm APPLETON ENGPAVING CO feral 1 EMG NHANAH WISCCNSIN I Moto Frmqr 1vmCI Searvlce 1 Q ' , ' Of 1 X C , I 'I 'l C, . ' A Du- M -,' 1- ' ' C'UII1fJllII1r'IltS of Mam1faf'tu1'H: V V ' Y, I of C'fwrr1plvAtf- Anlvvriishmci ami D - I .C ' 4 1 I , C . e Rettlbone Peabody Company Extends Good Wlshes to THE RGCKET ot IQZIO Cornplnnents ot NEENAH EGOD DEALERS Kuehl 5 Grocery Kaltah S Grocery CITY Meat Market Island Market Koepsel Sz Boehm Kramer s Market Faas Grocery Iensen Grocery Erdman Grocery Neenah Menasha Cooperan Blank s Grocery Ia person S Feed Store Welrlke Bro R oples Frult Market St It 1 Food MH t ScI1uIt7 Groce ry Barkhahn Crocery tty N MENASHA WGODEN WARE CGRPGRATION Manufacturer ot PAILS TUBS KITS AND KEGS IUVENILE FURNITURE TGYS CGRRUGATED AND FIBER BGXES CGMRLIMENTS NEENAH FGUNDRY CGMRANY 9 0 f 1 xx H , - , -VP S , ' ' S. e A ' Iohnson Bros. f e, er Q It ' 11 8. Be elson OF U , N 5 H li I3 IO , I-IAERTL S ReI1abIe IeweIe1e Smce 1879 I-IARCLD R HANSCN f I L11 Itty Idle Complete Imsurirloe Servtce Steam Bo Ier Auto Suret NEFNAH WIS I-Iaase Ktmke Rhoades RELIABLE oLoTHtER3 Neenatw Wlsoonstn HILTCN INSURANCE AGENCY DEPENDABLE INSURANCE Real Estate Mortqaoe Loan IO4 S Commercnt Street Te Ieptmome 2400 Comphments ot GEAR DAIRY CCD Mmutacturere and Dtstrtbutore ot PASTEURWED DAIRY PRODUCTS Necnatw Mernstm Wtsoouem Phone 3080 Headquarters OI' Smeg ot WEARING APPAREL KRAUSES Comphmeuts Edgewater Paper Company COIT ptlmeut I Hoptensperqer Bros INCQRPORATED MEATS L 41 cz IGI F 1 I Lite- ' AC' :xc ent ' Compensation ' lcbt ' ' "r, , , C t , S 1 ' ' y I NEENAH BuroIary ' Tomaco , Sz C .. , I-r 1 A , , t C - - - R I . ,J ' - 1 CJ C, I 'I Alfred Sturges ' I ' . 5 o ot Cempllmenls of NEENAH DENTlSTS Trumanl Seller H C Schultz C L Wagner L l MC Crary A l DIJLDQIS W E Schultz CQNTRIBUTCDRS DAVTDS BEAUTY SHQP VALLEY CLEANERS STEEEENSEN S SHOE HGSPITAL QUINN BRCDS INC NEENAH PLUMBING AND HEATING MEYER S BGOTERIE MARTHA KENNEDY Y 1 . iO.Dm1l1lciSt ff l l ' X1 H I l l f. NCRTHWESTERN ENGRAVING AND ELECTRGTYPE CQMPANY ARTISTS DESIGNERS ALL TYPES OF PRINTING PLATES MENASHA WISCONSIN Ph 4 4311 s WoN1 GG QT em C E Nash DIAMONDS Authorlzed Aqent RADIQ SERVICE OI' BULQVA WATCHES Phone 402 684 Congress St Neenah moe 1886 Let L1te be Love1y wlth 171owers Smart To Be Seen In S Smarter to Buy Neenah Tlre St Battery Servlce Phone 1491 CoMPL1MENTs or CO mlmms S Morton s Drug Store DRUG5 and SQDA5 WALGREEN sYsTEM Chas Morton Prop Neenah W1scon 1I'1 Nee-nah WISCOUSIU Cur advertlsers have made th1s hook tlnanolalty posslble We thank them ROCKET STAFF Pq104 I' H 1 I l C I t I I 1 S' I O T . ot I I . ., , . O , , ' s' . . , 1 L d 6 gl'


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