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I 'l School was the purpose with which these
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Who in the short time he has been here, has
proved himself a capable leader, an efficient
principal, a real administrator, and above all,
a loyal friend to all the students and faculty
of Neenah High School, We of the Rocket
,Staff dedicate this memoir of our high school
days of 1946.
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BOARD OF EDUCATION
Chas. H. Velte, Secretary, M. L. Ridgeway, H. E. Bloom,'I. H. Levandoslcig T. C. Epps, Roy Sund, Vice President, Leo O. Schubart, President-
The members of the Board of liducation are elected by the city voters for a period of three years. They have the
responsibility of directing Neenah's public schools and appropriating money for the schools.
The Board of Education is organized under a Wisconsin statute which specifies that each city must have a board
SUPERINTENDENT OF SCHOOLS
C. F. Hedges
to direct and control the schools of the city. Foremost in their
minds is the maintenance of an adequate system of good quality
at the least cost to taxpayers.
This year the board has been studying the problem of new
school buildings. Because of the recent increase of population
in Neenah, the present high school building has become over-
crowded and inadequate. The board is also considering plans for
the vocational and grade schools. All students of Neenah High
should be grateful to the Board for their line efforts in our behalf.
Mr. Hedges, superintendent of the Neenah public schools,
acts as chief executive officer of the board of education. As head
of the board, he takes the lead in administering to the affairs of
the schools. He prepares the proposed budget, presents it to the
board and sees that it is carried out after it is approved. He
directs and supervises the Work of all employees and nominates
candidates for positions in the school, to be voted on by the
board. The instruction, classification, and promotion of pupils
is done under his general direction.
Besides his duties as superintendent, Mr. Hedges is on the
Library Board and the Board of Vocational and Adult Educa-
tion. He is also a special deputy of the State Industrial Commis-
sion and is chairman of the junior Red Cross in Neenah. For
many years he has been the guiding light for Neenah's school
system Which can attribute its success to the untiring efforts
and the capable leadership of our superintendent, Mr. Hedges.
Not only in Neenah but also throughout Wisconsin and
the Middlewest, Mr. Hedges is recognized as an outstanding
This year, more than last, we began to get acquainted
with our new principal, Mr. Harold B. Mennes. During the
1944-1945 session we had no real introduction to him and
hardly knew more about him than that he was our new
principal. Now we recognize him as a man of determination
and perseverance, a man who likes to get things done, a
man who we can be proud to say is our principal. He has
shown a remarkable sense of duty in managing the affairs
of the school. By his advising and helping the students so
capably and so ably working with and guiding the faculty,
we have all come to recognize his fine leadership.
Mr. Mennes has had a very illustrious record in the
educational field. When he graduated from St. Olaf he re-
ceived a bachelor degree with a major in chemistry. Then,
after studying at the University of Wisconsin, he received
his master's degree in education. In addition to those de-
grees, Mr. iMennes has studied at the University of Cam-
bridge in London, and Columbia University in New York
City, and has completed his residence work at the Uni-
versity of Wisconsin for the degree of Doctor of Philosophy.
During the past year and a half, not only we have en-
joyed working with Mr. Mennes, but he too, has expressed
his joy in working with the students and faculty of Neenah
Principal Harold B. Mennes
As guidance adviser, MR. CUMMINGS assumes charge of both the educational and vocational guidance
programs. Regarding his work with educational guidance, he helps the students plan their courses so as to prepare
them for the field that they will enter after high school graduation. He also gives aptitude tests to the seniors
and freshmen. He serves in the vocational capacity by keeping the occupational files of the school. These files are
used in various ways: for students to use in selecting a profession, and for the Civics and Social Problems classes
in the preparation of vocational notebooks.
During the month of March, Mr. Cummings made a trip to New York City and Philadelphia to do research
on guidance for the board of educatior. Besides his guidance work, Mr. Cummings teaches two geometry classes.
MISS PETERS, as dean of girls, devotes her time to helping them with their personal problems. She serves
in many ways: she visits their homes, confers with their parents, finds homes for girls who live out of town and
want to work near the school, checks their attendance, and in general does various jobs for them. If they are sick
during school hours, Miss Peters gives them first aid and takes care of them.
Miss Peters manages the cafeteria in addition to her duties as dean of girls.
MR. CHRISTOPH serves as dean of boys, general science teacher, and director of the hall monitors. His duties
as dean include checking make-up cards and attendance records, issuing permits for students to be excused from
school, helping some students to form a work schedule, and giving assistance to the freshmen boys and other new
students in making their adjustments to Neenah High School.
For these varied tasks Mr. Christoph receives too little credit for his untiring efforts and unyuted patience
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B. E. Milwaukee State Teachers College
U. S. History
Freshman Football Coach
B. A. North Central College
M. A. University of Minnesota
Bookkeeping, Commercial Law, Business
Activity Office Treasurer
B. E. Whitewater State Teachers College
Shorthand I, Typing I, Business Training
Adviser of Girls' Pep Club and Cheerleaders
B. E. Whitewater State Teachers College
Shorthand II, Typing II, Office Practice
B. E. Whitewater State Teachers College
Typing I and II, English I
B. S. St. Olaf College
Adviser of the Science Hobbies Club
B. S. Stout Institute
Woodwork, Drafting, Printing and General Shop
Adviser of the Conservation Club
B. S. and M. S. University of Wisconsin
Sophomore and Senior Biology
Adviser of the Biology Club, the Sophomore Class,
the Movie Operators and B Squad Basketball Coach
Edna Mae Harris
B. A. University of Wisconsin
English II and lll
B. S. University of Minnesota
Ph. M. University of Wisconsin
B. E. LaCrosse State Teachers College
Athletic Director, Cadet Adviser, Basketball Coach
B. A. DePauw University
M. A. University of Wisconsin
Latin l and ll, English Il
Adviser of the Stamp Club
B. E. Oshkosh State Teachers College
Adviser of the Freshman Class
Assistant Football Coach
B. S. Stout Institute
Adviser of the Home Economics Club
Gladys Mais T3 iv
B. A. Ripon College. s
General Science "
Lester Mais X
B. A. Lawrence College
B. S. Central State Teachers College
General Mathematics, General Science
Rocket Staff Adviser
B. E. Oshkosh State Teachers College
M. A. Northwestern University
English III and Remedial Reading
Rocket Staff English Critic
B. S. University of Wisconsin
Adviser of G. A. A.
B. S. University of Wisconsin
Head Football Coach
A. B. DePauw University
M. A. University of Wisconsin
Speech and English II
Adviser of the Thespians and Junior Speakers
Chairman of Forensics
B. S. University of Minnesota
English I and IV
Adviser of the Rocket Echoes Staff
B. S. Stout Institute
Drafting and Printing
Financial, Printing, and Circulation Adviser of the
B. E. North Illinois State Teachers College
Ph. M. University of Wisconsin
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4' 'M. M. Northwestern University
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B. A. Wheaton College
M. A. Northwestern University
Spanish, German and English I
B. A. Lawrence College
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B. S. University of Wisconsin
Civics I and II, Modern History, Social Problems
Adviser of the Boys' Pep Club and Oratory Coach
A. B. Carroll College
English, Library Methods and Librarian
Adviser of the Library Club
B, E. Oshkosh State Teachers College
Machine Shop, Drafting
Adviser of the Juniors
Here Comes the Food
Checking izhc Records
Open Wide Please
Ouch! That Needle
Mrs. Redlin, Cook
Mrs. Naas, Cook
Miss Belle Fiedler, Dental Hygienist
Miss Evelyn Scholl, Nurse
Dr. F. O. Brunclchorst, Doctor
SUPERVISOR OF SCHOOL PROPERTIES
Upper: CLeftD Andrew Anderson CCentc-rj Ray li-inauer Cllightj Mrs. ,jean Nobbe.
Lower: CLeftD Walter Gauger CCenterD George Longhursr fliighrj Ed Braemer.
Mr. Brien, Supervisor of School Properties, serves as head of
the maintenance department in the schools of the City of Neenah.
Ray Feinauer and Andy Peterson joined the maintenance staff
when the school was nothing but floors and walls. Wally Gauger
has served as janitor for about seven years and in addition to his
janitor work has been the one responsible for the beauty of the
school grounds. Mrs. Nobbe is the school's only janitress and has
been on the school's staff since October 14, 1929. Her tasks include
laundry and general cleaning. Mr. Longhurst does general work
around the school and on the school grounds. Mr. Braemer does
summer work at the school and serves as night Watchman.
The janitors hold an important position in our school life and
were it not for them, our school would not be as neat and orderly
and attractive as it is.
814244 of 1946 in Rewbw
At last we're seniors, and this is our last year at Neenah High School. Soon
we'll graduate and be among the ever-growing number of Neenah High alumni.
Our four years of high school life will have been concluded. They were four years
of attending classes and assemblies, enjoying football games, basketball games, and
dances, and doing the countless other things which are part of high school life. These
four years have gone by with astonishing swiftness, but it is natural that they should,
as time passes quickly when there are so many enjoyable and interesting things to do.
In 1942, as Frosh, we entered with cautious anticipation. We found that Neenah
High was really a nice place and then began to plunge into the activities. We made
our initial plunge at the "Cub Mixer" and then began to join clubs. We entered into
sports and attended sports events and dances. We displayed an amazing vitality as
we dashed importantly around the halls, not bothering about who might be in our
pathway, and not daring to look back to see who it was that we upset.
We were not well acquainted with the procedure of electing class officers, for
after class elections were over, we found that Charles Bentzen was the only person
nominated for an office. He became president, and then we held a special election and
filled up the blank spaces. The final results showed that Charles Bentzen was presi-
dent, Jean Sorenson, vice-president, William Wood, secretary, and William Kraut-
kramer, treasurer. Then we agreed on Mr. Cummings as class advisor.
As sophomores, we went about doing routine things and did nothing excep-
tional. We elected Don Vought as president of the class, Nancy Pauers, vice-presi-
dentg Paul Gross, secretary, and Phil Kuehl, treasurer.
Our third year at Neenah High, we elected William Krautkramer, Jean Achter-
berg, and Don Vought as class officers. The second semester, we were occupied with
preparations for the Junior-Senior Prom. We spent a great deal of time planning and
working on the decorations. The gym was decorated entirely in Dutch style, with
a windmill, dike, and mural paintings depicting Dutch scenes. All the decorating
was done by members of the junior class. After the Prom, we found our treasury
much emptier, but when we thought of the fun that the Prom had given us, we felt
That brings us up to the fourth and last yearmour senior year, which was full
of busy activity and good times. This year our officers were Bill Wood, president,
Wally Christenson, vice president, Diana Keck, secretary, and Phil Carey, treasurer.
This year we wore the new senior ring which is to be the model for all the future
rings for Neenah High. We were given aptitude tests, which were analyzed and
used for guiding and advising the students about the fields of work which they
might enter after graduation.
At the end of the year, we concluded our high school activities with the Prom.
CThis time we went as guests.D Then came the Senior Banquet, Baccalaureate, and
graduation. We leave Neenah High wit a feeling that We have spent four worth-
while years within its vgalls, and hope, hat we ourselves have contributed our bit
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Austin Beach Beatty Behm Benrzen
Berg Beyer Birling Blair Blank
JEAN ACHTERBERG 'AAch" CHARLES BENTZEN "Bugle"
Band, 1, 2, 3, 4, G.A.A., 1, Girls' Band, 2, Commencement Com-
mittee, 4, Junior Class Secretary.
DOROTHY ALFERTIG "Ferdie"
Band, 1, 2, 3, 4, Biology Club, 2, 4, Conservation Club, 4, G.A.A.,
2, Girls' Band, 3, Girls' Pep Club, 4, Commencement Committee, 4.
PAUL ANDERSEN "Andy"
Band, 1, 2, 3, Cadet Corps, 3, 4, Science Hobbies Club, vice-presi-
dent, 4, Basketball, 1, Intramurals, 1, 2, 3, 4, Rotary Luncheon, 2,
Boys' Pep Band, 2, Hall Monitor, 4.
MARY LOIS ANDERSON "Andy"
Girls' Choir, 1, 2, 3, 45 Commencement Committee, 4.
PHYLLIS ANDERSON "Phil"
Band, 1, 2, 3, 4, Commencement Committee, 4, Entered as a sopho-
more from Tigerton High School, Tigerton, Wisconsin.
MARIE AUSTIN "Mert"
Biology Club, 2, G.A.A., 1, Girls' Choir, treasurer, 2, Victory
NONA JEAN BEACH "Turk"
G.A.A., 1, Victory Corps, 1.
Boys' Pep Club, 4, Intramurals, 3, 4.
MYRA BEHM "Mike"
Conservation Club, 4, Library Club, 2, 3, Commencement Com-
mittee, 4, Rotary Luncheon, 3, Victory Corps, 1.
Band, 1, 2, 3, 4, Cadet Corps, 2, 3, 2nd Lt. 4, Student Council, 1,
president, 4, Commencement Committee, 4, Football, 1, 2, 3, 4,
Basketball, 1, Intramurals, 1, 2, 3, 4, Track, 1, 2, 3, 4, Rotary
Luncheon, 1, Freshman Class President, Victory Corps, 1, Hall
JAMES BERG -'lime
Band,41, 2, 3, 4, Boys' Pep Club, 4, Mixed Choir, vice-president, 4,
Thes ians, 3, 4, Commencement Committee, 4, Forensics, 2, 4,
Footgall, 1, 2, 4, Intramurals, 1, 2, 3, 4, Wrestling, 1, Track, 1, 2,
Rotary Luncheon, 2.
MARJORIE BEYER "Marg"
Conservation Club, 3, 4, Home Ec. Club, secretary, 3, Mixed Choir,
DELORIS BIRLING "L0rry"
G.A.A., 1, 2, Commencement Committee, 4.
PATTI BLAIR "Pat"
Band, 1, 2, 3, 4, G.A.A., 1, 2, 3, vice-president, 4, Girls' Band, 1,
Girls' Pe Club, 4, Rocket Echoes, 4, Rocket Staff, 4, Science
Hobbies Club, secretary, 3, Intramurals, 3, 4, Rotary Luncheon, 3,
Mixed Pep Band, 4, Commencement Committee, 4.
ILLA MAE BLANK "Raisons"
Girls' Choir, president, 4, Girls' Glee Club, 3, 4, Library Club, 1,
2, 3, president, 4, Mixed Choir, 1, 2, 3, Thespians, 1, 2, 3, 4, Com-
mencement Committee, 4, Victory Corps, 1, Rotary Luncheon, 4.
Boehm Boness Bork
Breaker Brien Brooks
Calder Campbell Cannon
RICHARD BOEHM "Arby"
Boys' Pep Club, 4, Cadet Corps, Z, 3, 4, Rocket Echoes, 3, Science Hobbies Club,
vice-president, 3, president, 4, Football, 3, 4, Basketball, 1, Intramurals, 1, 2, 3, 4,
Track, 2, 3, Rotary Luncheon, 3, Victory Corps, 1.
FREDERICK BONESS "Fritz"
Cadet Corps, 3, 4, Conservation Club, 1, 2, 3, Mixed Choir, 1, 2, 4, Football, 2, 3,
Intramurals, 1, 2, 3, 4, Wrestling, 1, 2, 3, 4.
DELORIS BORK "Blossom"
Biology Club, 1, 2, 4, Conservation Club, 2, 3, 4, G.A.A., 1, 2, Commencement
Committee, 4, Home Ec. Club, 4, Mixed Choir, 4.
MARY JANE BREAKER "Shorty"
G.A.A., 2, Home Ec. Club, secretary, 4, Commencement Committee, 4, Entered
as a sophomore from New London High School, New London, Wisconsin.
MARJORIE BRIEN "Marge"
Camera Club, 4, Conservation Club, 4, G.A.A., 1, 2, 3, Girls' Choir, 1, 2, Library
Club, 2, 3, 4, Student Council, 3, Commencement Committee, 4, Victory Corps, 1,
Art Club, 3, Hall Monitor, 4.
Biology Club, 4, Camera Club, 4, Conservation Club, 3, 4, G.A.A., 1, 2, 3, 4, Girls'
Pep Club, 4, Art Club, 3, Commencement Committee, 4, Science Hobbies Club, 4,
Victory Corps, 1.
ED CALDER "Ed"
Cadet Corps, 3, 4, Football, 2, 3, 4, Intramurals, 1, 2, 3, 4, Track, 2, 3, 4, Entered
as a freshman from Post Intermediate, Detroit, Michigan.
GORDON CAMPBELL "Gordy"
Boys' Pep Club, 4, Cadet Corps, 4, Student Council,
4, Football, 3, 4, Basketball, 1, Intramurals, l, 2, 3,
4, Track, 1, 2, Hall Monitor, 3, 4.
Band, 1, 2, 3, 4, Boys' Pep Club, 4, Cadet Corps, 3, 4,
Student Council, 3, Thespians, 3, president, 4, Foot-
ball, 1, 2, 3, 4, Intramurals, 1, 2, 3, 4, Track, 3,
' Rotary Luncheon, 3, Victory Corps, 1, Boys' Pep
Band, 1, 2, 4.
PHIL CAREY "Phil"
Conservation Club, 1, 2, Commencement Committee,
4, Science Hobbies Club, 3, Football, 1, 2, 3, 4, In-
tramurals, 1, 2, 3, 4, Track, 1, 2, 3, 4, Senior Class
Treasurer, Victory Corps, 1, Spanish Club, 2, Hall
Monitor, 3, 4.
WALTER CHRISTENSEN "Wally"
Boys' Pep Club, 4, Cadet Corps, 3, 4, Commence-
ment Committee, 4, Football, manager, 4, Basket-
ball, 3, Intramurals, 1, 2, 3, 4, Track, 2, 3, 4, Senior
Class Vice-President, 4.
Conservation Club, 3, 4, Choir, 1, 2, Football, 1,
Basketball, 1, Track, 1, 2, Entered as a junior from
Winneconne High School, Winneconne, Wisconsin.
Boys' Pep Club, 4, Cadet Corps, 2, 3, 4, Conservation
Club, 1, 2, 3, 4, Cub Staff, 3, 4, Rocket Echoes, 3, 4,
Typo Club, 2, 3, 4, Football, 1, 2, 3, 4, Intramurals,
1, 2, 3, 4, Track, 3, Victory Corps, 1.
EDNA COLE "Shortie"
G.A.A., 1, Victory Corps, 1.
DORIS COLLINS '
Girls' Pep Club, 4, Commencement Committee, 4,
Art Club, 2, 3, Entered as a sophomore from LaSalle
High School, Niagara Falls, New York.
LYNN COOPER "LC"
Cadet Corps, 2, 3, Student Council, 4, Commence-
ment Committee, 4, Football, 1, 4, Basketball, 1, 2,
3, captain, 4, Intramurals, 1, 2, 3, 4, Tennis, 1, 2, 3,
4, Rotary Luncheon, 3, Victory Corps, 1.
MARY CURRY "Irish"
Band, 1, 2, 3, 4, Maiorette, 2, 3, 4, Conservation
Club, 45 Victory Corps, 1, Pep Band, 4,
G.A.A., 1, 2, 3, Girls' Choir, 2, 3, 4, Home Ec. Club,
4, Commencement Committee, 4.
Art Club, secretary, 2, president, 3, Biology Club, 4,
Conservation Club, 4, Girls' Choir, 1, Commence-
ment Committee, 4, Science Hobbies Club, 4, Rotary
DIANE DEDERING "DeeDee"
Band, 1, 2, 3, 4, Girls' Choir, 4, Commencement
Cole Collins Cooper
Curry Curry Dahms
Dedering Dieckhoff Dukerschein
Boys' Pep Club, 4, Cheerleaders, 1, 2, captain, 3, Cub Staff, typist, 3, 4, Student
Council, 3, 4, Thespians, 4, Commencement Committee, 4, Intramurals, 1, 2, 3,
Rotary Luncheon, 2, Victory Corps, 1, Hall Monitor, 4.
ERLING DUKERSCHEIN "Duke"
Boys' Pep Club, 1, Debate, 2, 4, Forensics, 1, Science Hobbies Club, 1, Football,
1, Entered as a senior from Sheboygan Central, Sheboygan, Wisconsin.
JANIS DOROW "jan"
Commencement Committee, 4, Victory Corps, 1.
DOROTHY EBLEN "Dot"
Band, 3, Biology Club, 4, French Club, 3, G.A.A., 1, Girls' Choir, 3, Rocket Staff,
3, senior editor, 4, S.P.Q.R., 1, 2, 3, Stamp Club, 4, Mixed Choir, 4, Commence-
ment Committee, 4, Forensics, 4, Rotary Essay, 4, Science Hobbies Club, 4, Sym-
phony Club, 2, Orchestra, 2, 3, Spanish Club, 2, Entered as a junior from Western
Hills High School, Cincinnati, Ohio.
JEAN EISS "Eissy"
Debate, 2, 3, 4, G.A.A., 1, Girls' Choir, 1, 3, Mixed Choir, president, 4, Rocket
Echoes, co-editor, 4, Commencement Committee, 4, Forensics, 2, 3, 4, Rotary
Luncheon, 1, Victory Corps, 1, Hall Monitor, 3.
FRED ENGEL "Fritz"
Boys' Pep Club, 4, Conservation Club, 2, 3, Cadet Corps, 3, Basketball, 3, 4, Intra-
murals, 1, 2, 3, 4, Tennis, 1, 2, 3, 4, Victory Corps, 1.
GERALDINE FRANCART "Gerry"
Commencement Committee, 4, Victory Corps, 1.
RICHARD FUSZARD "Fuzzy"
Band, 1, 2, 3, Biology Club, 4, Cadet Corps, 3, Commencement
Committee, 4, Intramurals, 1.
KARLENE GEROLD "Karli"
Conservation Club, 4, Girls' Choir, treasurer, 4, Mixed Choir, 1,
2, 3, Rocket Echoes, co-editor, 4, Commencement Committee, 4,
Rotary Luncheon, 2, Victory Corps, 1.
CARLETON GIESE "Guts"
Boys' Pep Club, 4, Cadet Corps, 3, 4, Conservation Club, Z, 4, Stu-
dent Council, 4, Football, 1, 2, 3, 4, Basketball, 2, 3, 4, Intra-
murals, 1, Rotary Luncheon, 4, Victory Corps, 1.
ROBERT GOODMAN "Goody"
Cadet Corps, 3, 4, Conservation Club, 1, 2, Cub Staff, 3, 4, Rocket
Echoes, 2, 3, 4, Typo Club, 2, 3, 4, Intramurals, 3.
PAUL GROSS "Legs"
Boys' Pep Club, 4, Commencement Committee, 4, Football, 1, 4,
Intramurals, 1, 2, 3. 4, Tennis, 1, 2, 3, 4, Sophomore Class Secre-
IOYCE GRUNSKE "jo"
Conservation Club, 1, 2, G.A.A., 1, Commencement Committee, 4.
Girls' Choir, 1, 2, 3, Student Council, 4,
LLOYD GUNTHER "Stick"
Entered as a senior from St. john High School, Little Chute, Wis-
THELMA HANISCH "Windy"
Entered as a senior from East Side High School, Madison, Wis-
VIRGINIA HANSEN "Ginny"
Camera Club, 1, G.A.,A., 1, Commencement Committee, 4, Victorv
Corps, 1. '
CAROL HANSON "Smiles"
Girls' Choir, I, 3, 4, Victory Corps, 1, Hall Monitor, 4.
LOIS HARDT "Loie"
Band, 1, 2, 3, 4, Biology Club, 2, 3, president, 4, Conservation
Club, treasurer, 3, 4, G.A.A., 1, 2, 3, president, 4, Girls' Band, 2,
Girls' Pep Club, 4, Student Council, 2, secretary, 4, Commence-
ment Committee, 4, Rotary Luncheon, 1, Victory Corps, 1, Hall
Monitor, 2, 4, Pep Band, 1, 2, 3. 4, Intramurals, 3, 4.
HELEN HARNESS "Honey "
Commencement Committee, 4, Rotary Luncheon, 3, Hall Monitor,
WILLIAM HASELOW "Bill"
Band, 1, 2, 3, Boys' Pep Club, 4, Cadet Corps, 3, 4, Conservation
Club, 3, Radio Club, 3, 4, Science Hobbies Club, 3, 4, Intramurals,
1, 2, 3, 4, Victory Corps, I.
Francart Fuszard Gerold Giese Goodman
Gross Grunske Gullickson Gunther Hanisch
Hansen Hanson Hardt Harness Haselow
Hatch Haufe Hawley Hillegas Holzinger
Huebner Hutchins Hoest jacob jelenski
jones .Iungenberg .Iurgenson Keck Kitchin
DARLENE HATCH "Dar" GORDON JACOB
Band, 1, Biology Club, 4, Conservation Club, 4, G.A.A., 1, 2, 3, 4,
Girls' Pep Club, 4, Home Ec. Club, 4, Mixed Choir, 4, Commence-
ment Committee, 4, Victory Corps, 1.
Commencement Committee, 4.
JAMES HAWLEY "jim"
Boys' Pep Club, 4, Cadet Corps, 3, 4, Intramurals, 1, 2, 3, 4, Track,
WINIFRED HILLEGAS "Winnie"
Commencement Committee, 4, S.P.Q.R., 3, 4.
ERNESTINE HOLZINGER "Ernie"
Rotary Luncheon, 3, Victory Corps, 1.
PATRICIA HUEBNER "Pat"
G.A.A., 2, 3, Girls' Pep Club, 4, Commencement Committee, 45
Victory Corps, 1, Hall Monitor, 2.
MIRIAM HUTCHINS "Meum"
Band, 1, 2, 3, 4, Biology Club, 2, G.A.A., 2, 3, Girls' Pep Club, 4,
Commencement Committee, 4.
Cub Staff, 3, 4, Intramurals, 1, 2, 3, 4, Hall Monitor, 4, Rocket
Echoes, 2, 3, Typo Club, 3, 4.
Cub Staff, 2, 3, 4, Mixed Choir, 1, 2, Intramurals, 1, 2, 3, 4, Rocket
Echoes, 2, 3, Typo Club, 3, 4.
Science Hobbies Club, 4, Radio Club, 4.
Mixed Choir, 3, Commencement Committee, 4, Entered as a junior
from Menasha High School, Menasha, Wisconsin.
Mixed Choir, 1, 2, 4, Hall Monitor, 3.
Conservation Club, 2, 3, board member, 4, Girls' Choir, secretary
4, Commencement Committee, 4, Rotary Luncheon, 1, Senior Class
Secretary, Victory Corps, 1.
Boys' Pep Club, 4, Cadet Corps, 3, 4, Thespians, 2, 3, treasurer, 4
Commencement Committee, 4, Science Hobbies Club, secretary, 4
Intramurals, 1, 4, Rotary Luncheon, 1, Victory Corps, 1, Hall
Monitor, 3, 4.
Klatt Kleinhenz Klitzke Koch Krablean
Krautkramer Krempein Kuchenbecker Koletzke Krueger
Kuehl Kuehl Kuether Larsen Larson
RUTH KLATT JAMES KUEHL "Jim"
Biology Club, 4, Girls' Choir, 3, 4, Commencement Committee, 4.
LESLIE KLEINHENZ "Swede'
Cadet Corps, 3, 4, Conservation Club, 2, Intramurals, 3, 4.
ROBERT KLITZKE "Blitz'
Football, 1, Victory Corps, 1.
EUGENE KOCH "Gene'
Conservation Club, 1, 2, 3, 4, Commencement Committee, 4, Vic
tory Corps, 1.
DONALD KRABLEAN "Kreblie'
Intramurals, 1, 2, 3, 4, Victory Corps, 1.
EDWARD KRAUTKRAMER "Bill'
Cadet Corps, 2, 3, 4, Rocket Echoes, 4, Football, 1, 2, Basketball
1, 2, 3, 4, Intramurals, 1, 2, 3, 4, Wrestling, 3, 4, Track, 1, 2, 3, 4
Rotary Luncheon, 2, Freshman Class Treasurer, Junior Class Presi
dent, Victory Corps, 1.
THOMAS KREMPIEN "Tom'
Intramurals, 1, 2, 3, 4.
MORRIS KUCHENBECKER "Morie'
Cadet Corps, 3, 4, Conservation Club, 1, 2, 3, 4, Football, 1, 2, 3
Intramura s, 1, 2, 3, 4, Track, 1, Victory Corps, 1, Hall Monitor, 4
Mixed Choir, 1, 2, Rocket Staff, 3, typist, 4, Commencement Com
mittee, 4, Victory Corps, 1, Hall Monitor, 4.
BETTY KRUEGER "Red'
Girls' Choir, 2, Mixed Choir, 3, secretary, 4, Entered as a sopho-
more from Shawano High School, Shawano, Wisconsin.
Boys' Pep Club, 4, Cadet Cor s, 2, 3, captain, 4, Conservation
Club, 1, 2, 3, Commencement Committee, 4, Football, 1, 2, 3, 4,
Basketball, 3, Intramurals, 1, 2, 3, 4, Track, 1, Z, 3, captain, 4,
Rotary Luncheon, 1, Victory Corps, 1.
PHILIP KUEHL "Duke"
Boys' Pep Club, 4, Cadet Corps, 2, 3, lst Lt., 4, Conservation Club,
1, vice-president, 2 and 3, Student Council, 3, vice-president, 4,
Commencement Committee, 4, Football, 1, 2, 3, 4, Basketball, 3,
Intramurals, 1, 2, 3, 4, Track, 2, Rotary Luncheon, 1, Sophomore
Class Treasurer, Hall Monitor, 2, 4.
DOROTHY PATRICIA KUETHER "Pat"
Biology Club, 4, Conservation Club, 3, G.A.A., 1, Girls' Choir, 1,
president, 3, Library Club, 2, 4, Home Ec, Club, 4, Girls' Pep Club,
4, Mixed Choir, assistant director, 4, Commencement Committee,
4, Victory Corps, 1.
JOYCE LARSEN "Edi"
Band, 1, 2, 3, 4, Biology Club, 4, Conservation Club, 1, Cub Staff,
typist, 3, G.A.A., 1, 3, 4, Girls' Pep Club, 4, Pep Band, 3, 4, Rocket
Echoes, business manager, 4, Commencement Committee, 4, Science
Hobbies Club, 4, Intramurals, 3, 4, Victory Corps, 1.
JEAN LARSON "Jeanne"
Biology Club, 2, Cub Staff, typist, 4, G.A.A., 3, 4, Girls' Pep Club,
4, Junior Speaker's Bureau, 3, Rocket Staff, layout artist, 3, 4,
Intramurals, 4, Commencement Committee, 4, Rotary Luncheon,
4, Art Club, 2, 3.
LEILA LISK "Dusty" LAVERNE MESSMAN "Piecy"
Biology Club, 4, Home Ec. Club, treasurer, 4, Rocket Echoes, 4, Cub Staff, advertising manager, 4, G.A.A., 1, Girls' Pep Club, 4'
Victory Corps, 1.
IRENE LLOYD Hsuggsie'
Girls' Choir, l, 2, 3, 4.
Commencement Committee, 4, Rotary Luncheon, 1, D.A.R. Dele-
gate, 4, Victory Corps, 1, Art Club, 2.
CAROL MEYER "Carolee"
Biology Club, 4, Camera Club, 4, Conservation Club, 4, French
VIDA LOPAS Vi" Club, 1, 2, Library Club, 3, 4, Commencement Committee, 4,
G.A.A., 3, Home Ec. Club, 3, 4: Commencement Committee, 4. Silence Hobbies Clubw 4-
WAIDA LUEBKE EMIL MEYER "Rusty"
Band, 1, 2, 3, 4, G.A.A., 1, Girls' Band, 1, Pep Band, 2, 3, 4, Stu- Football, 3, Intramurals, 1, 2, 3, 4, Victory Corps, 1. ,
dent Council, 2, Commencement Committee, 4, Rotary Luncheon,
2' VERNA MEYER
DONALD MAHONEY "DOH" iffii'fdcg'fi:1i'fl2Ri?krifsfEii'ofii'n:i1iiiidei'-'i?il'iis'iii'dfifCQ"'i"eii'iiii
Boys' Pep Club, 4, Cadet Corps, 4, Chef Club, 1, Commencement Momfor, 4' ' ' ' ' ' ' P ' '
Committee, 4, Intramurals, 4.
JEANETTE MANTEUFEL "Monte" MAE IYUKKFLSEN, "Mouse"
Cheerleader, 1, 4, Conservation Club, art director, 3, 4, G.A.A., GMS Chow' li Vmory Corps' 1'
1, 2, 3, 4, Girls' Pep Club, 4, Home Ec. Club, 3, Commencement
Committee, 4, Intramurals, 3, 4, Hall Monitor, 3, 4. MURRY MILLER "Andy"
Football, 1, 2, 3, 4, Intramurals, 1, 2, 3, 4, Victory Corps, 1.
MARY JANE MASON
Commencement Committee, 4. ROGER Ix1ILLER -Hog"
Mixed Choir, 1, 4.
Boys' Pep Club, 4, Cadet Corps, 3, 4, Cheerleader, 1, 2, captain, 3,
Mixed Choir, 1, Student Council, 4, Commencement Committee, 4,
Basketball, 3, 4, Intramurals, 1, 2, 3, 4.
Lopas Lueblce Mahoney
Melchert Messman Meyer
Milckelseri Miller ' Miller
Moulton Mulvey Murphy
Neff Neubauer Nickolas
Nielsen Olson Orbert
.IAMES MOULTON firm'
Band 1 2 3 4' Bo 's' Pe Club 4' Cadet Cor s, 2, 3 4, Mixed Choir, 3, 4, Com-
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mencement Committee, 4, Intramurals, 1, 2, 3, 4, Victory Corps, 1.
RUSSELL MULVEY "Russ
Intramurals, 1, 2, 3, 4, Track, 3, 4, Victory Corps, 1.
IOHN MURPHY "Murph'
Boys' Pep Club, 4, Cadet Corps, 4, Commencement Committee, 4, Football, 1
Intramurals, 1, 2, 3, 4, Victory Corps, l.
Boys' Pep Club, 4, Cadet Corps, 3, Mixed Choir, 1, 2, The-spians, 2, Commence
ment Committee, 4,
MARVIN NEUBAUER "Marv"
Cadet Corps, 2, Mixed Choir, 2, 3, 4.
,IOHN NICKOLAS "Nick
Band, 1, 2, 3, 4, Pep Band, 1, 2, 3, student director, 4, Star Dusters Orchestra, 4.
ALLENE NIELSEN "Allie"
Commencement Committee, 4, Victory Corps, 1.
OSCAR OLSON "Ossie
Bo s' Pe Club 4' Cadet Cor s 3 4' Commencement Committee, 44 Football, 1,
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2, 3, 4, Intramurals, I, 2, 3, 4,Wrestling,1, 2, Track, 2.
BEVERLY ORBERT "Bev"
Commencement Committee, 4, Victory Corps, 1.
IEANNE OTT "Jeannie"
Conservation Club, 1, Commencement Committee, 4,
ROENE OTT "Roxy"
Conservation Club, 3, Girls' Choir, 4.
ROBERT OWENS "Deadeye"
Band, 1, 2, 3, 4, Boys' Pe Club, 4, Cadet Corps, 3,
4, Boys' Band, 1, Pep Bang, 4, Commencement Com-
mittee, 4, Intramurals, 4, Victory Corps, 1, Star
Dusters Orchestra, 4.
Commencement Committee, 4.
Commencement Committee, 4.
MARVIN PAGEL "Marv"
Cadet Corps, 3, Football, 1, Intramurals, 1, 4.
NANCY PAUER "Torchy"
Biology Club, Z, G.A.A,, 1, 2, point recorder, 3,
secretary, 4, Girls' Pep Club, president, 4, Rocket
Echoes, 4, Rocket Staff, business manager, 4, Student
Council, 3, Commencement Committee, 4, Science
Hobbies Club, 3, 4, Intramurals, 3, 4, Vice-President
of the Sophomore Class, Hall Monitor, 4.
DONALD PAYNE "Beans"
Intramurals, 1, 2, 3, 4.
MAVIS PETERSON "Pete"
Band, 1, 2, 3, 4, Biology Club, 2, 4, Conservation
Club, 3, treasurer, 4, G,A.A., 4, Girls' Band, I,
Girls' Pep Club, 4, Thespians, 2, 3, secretary, 4,
Commencement Committee, 4, Science Hobbies Club,
4, Intramurals, 4, Rotary Luncheon, 2, Victory Corps,
I, Pep Band, 4, Hall Monitor, 4.
ROBERT PHEIFER "Bob"
Cadet Corps, 3, 4, Conservation Club, I, Football, 4,
Intramurals, I, 2, 3, 4, Track, 3, 4, Victory Corps,
I, Hall Monitor, 2.
Pagel Pauei' Payne
Peterson Pheifer Pitsch
Pozolinslci Pyritz Quinn
Intramurals, 1, 2.
Biology Club, 2, 4, G.A.A., 2, 3, 4, Girls' Pep Club, 4, Commencement Committee
RA LPH PYRITZ
Cadet Corps, 4, Mixed Choir, 4, Intramurals, I, 2, 3.
DOROTH YRAE QUINN
Biology Club, 2, Cheerleader, 2, Student Council, 2, Commencement Committcc
4, Rotary Luncheon, 2.
Girls' Choir, 3, 4, Home Ec, Club, 4, Commencement Committee, 4, Victory Cor ps
G.A.A., 1, Glee Club, I, Home Ec. Club, 3, Mixed Choir, 4, Entered as a sophomore
from Weyauwega High, Weyauwe-ga, Wisconsin.
Band, l, 2, 3, 4, G.A.A., 1, 2, 3, 4, Girls' Pep Club, 4, Commencement Committee
4, Victory Corps, 1.
Boys' Pep Club, 4, Conservation Club, 2, 3, Mixed Choir, 1, 2, Commencement
Committee, 4, Intramurals, 1.
Conservation Club, 2, 3, Rocket Echoes, associate editor, 4, Commencement Com
mittee, 4, Hall Monitor, 4.
LOIS REINHART "Loie"
Girls' Choir, I.
Conservation Club, 2, 3, 4.
MARY LOU ROBINSON
Band, 1, Biology Club, 2, 4, G.A.A., 2, 3, Girls' Pep Club, 45
Home Ec. Club, 4.
RONALD ROGERS "Cock"
Boys' Pep Club, 4, Cadet Corps, 3, 4, Conservation Club, 1, 2,
Football, 1, Intramurals, 3. 4, Victory Corps, 1.
TOM ROSENOW "Socko"
Band, 1, 2, 3, Cadet Corps, 2, 3, Football, 1, Basketball, manager,
1, 2, 3, 4, Intramurals, 1, 2, 3, 4, Victory Corps, 1.
ANN ROZANSKI "Rosann"
Girls' Choir, 4, Home Ec. Club, 1, 2, 3, Commencement Commit-
tee, 4, Entered as a senior from Pulaski High School, Pulaski, Wis-
HAROLD RUSSELL "Nobby"
Band, 1, Biology Club, 2, Conservation Club, 1, Cub Staff, 3, 4,
Mixed Choir, 4, Stamp Club, vice-president, 2, 3, Commencement
Committee, 4, Rotary Luncheon, 2.
ROSE MARIE SARAFINY "Rosie"
Girls' Pep Club, 4, Home Ec, Club, 3, 4, Mixed Choir, 3, 4, Rocket
Band, 1, 2, 3, 4, G.A.A., 3, Girls' Pep Club, 4, Commencement
Committee, 4, Rotary Luncheon, 3, Victory Corps, 1.
FRED SCHMIDT, JR. "Onion"
Boys' Pe Club, 4, Cub Staff, 3, 4, Rocket Echoes, 3, 4, Typo Club,
2, 3, 4, Commencement Committee, 4, Football, 1, Basketball, 1,
Intramurals, 1, 2, 3, 4, Victory Corps, 1.
JAMES SCHMIDT "Snuff"
Boys' Pep Club, 4, Cadet Corps, 2, 3, Sgt., 4, Commencement Com-
mittee, 4, Football, 1, 2, 3, 4, Intramurals, 1, 2, 3, 4, Track, 4,
Victory Corps, 1.
DORIS SCHROEDER "Red "
Conservation Club, 3, 4, Home Ec. Club, 2, Commencement Com-
mittee, 4, Victory Corps, 1.
PAUL SCHUBART "Subi"
Boys' Pe Club, 4, Cadet Corps, 2, 3, Plt. Sgt., 4, Conservation
Club, 1, Student Council, 3, Science Hobbies Club, 3, Football, 3,
Intramurals, 2, 3, 4, Track, 3, Rotary Luncheon, 4, Star Dusters
DARWIN SCHUETTE "Putch "
Cadet Corps, 3, 4, Commencement Committee, 4, Hall Monitor, 4,
Pep Club, 4, Entered as a sophomore from Marshfield High School,
Echoes, 4, Commencement Committee, 4, Entered as a junior from CHARLOTTE SCHULTZ Uchilfn
Niagara High School, Niagara, Wisconsin. Biology Club, 4, Conservation Club, 4, Hall Monitor, 4.
Reinhart Rieckmann Robinson Rogers Rosenow
Rozanski Russell Sarahny Schmidli Schmidt
Schmidt Schroeder Schubart Schuette Schultz
Schramm Schultz Schultz Snyder Spoo
Stacker Steinfort Stocker Strey Strusinske
Thorson Tipler Tornow Troxell Vought
JAY SCHRAMM "Fat" BARBARA STREY "Dimples"
Football, 1, Intramurals, 1, 2, 3, 4, Wrestling, 1. Band, 1, 2, 3, 4, G.A.A., 1, 2, Commencement Committee, 4, Vic-
tory Corps, 1.
DARRELL SCHULTZ "Darry"
Boys' Pep Club, 4, Cadet Corps, 2, 3, 4, Mixed Choir, 1, Z, Student
Council, 3, Commencement Committee, 4, Football, manager, 1, Z,
3, Basketball, 1, 2, 3, co-captain, 4, Intramurals, 1, 2, 3, 4, Track,
1, 2, 3, 4, Tennis, 1, Rotary Luncheon, 3, Hall Monitor, 4.
DUANE SCHULTZ "Sparkie"
Cadet Corps, 2, 3, 4, Chef Club, 1, Football, 2, 3, 4, Intramurals,
1, 2, 3, 4, Victory Corps, 1.
JOHN SNYDER "Bonerack"
Boys' Pe Club, 4, Cadet Corps, 2, 3, Sgt., 4, Conservation Club,
1, 2, 3, Cgommencement Committee, 4, Science Hobbies Club, 3, 45
Basketball, 1, Intramurals, 1, 2, 3, 4, Tennis, 1, 2, 3, 4, Rotary
Luncheon, 3, Victory Corps, 1.
GEORGE SPOO "Harry James'
Conservation Club, 1, 2, 3, 4, Victory Corps, 1.
JANE STEINFORT "Stinky"
G.A.A., 2, 3, 4, Girls' Pep Club, 4, Library Club, 2, 3, 4, Student
Council, 4, Commencement Committee, 4.
BETTY ANN STOCKER
Band, 1, Girls' Glee Club, 1, 2, 3, Mixed Choir, 1, 2, 3, 4, Entered
as a senior from Victor, Iowa.
LOIS STRUSINSKE "Loie"
Conservation Club, 4, Home Ec. Club, vice-president, 4, Com-
mencement Committee, 4, Victory Corps, 1.
IIEANETTE THORSON "Saltie"
Conservation Club, 3, assistant secretary, 4, F.H.A., 1, Entered as
a sophomore from Winneconne High School, Winneconne, Wis-
JOAN T1P1.R 1 "Tip"
Biology Club, secretary, 4, G.A.A., 1, 2, 3, 4, Girls' Pep Club, 45
junior Speaker's Bureau, 3, 4, Rocket Echoes, 4, Commencement
Committee, 4, Forensics, 4, Victory Corps, 1.
BERTHA TORNOW i'Bert"
G.A.A., 1, Girls' Choir, 1, 2, Commencement Committee, 4, Vic-
tory Corps, 1.
LOIS TROXELL "Loie"
G.A.A., 1, Girls' Pep Club, 4, Home Ec. Club, 4, Commencement
Committee, 4, Victory Corps, 1.
DONALD VOUGHT "Nig"
Czdet Cnrps, 2, 3, 4, Student Council, 4, Basketball, 2, Intramurals,
1, 2, 3, 4, Tennis, 1, 2, 3, captain, 4, Rotary Luncheon, 2, President
of the Sophomore Class, Treasurer of the Junior Class.
Webb Westfahl Wollerman Wood Yeager
RUSSELL WEBB "Russ" GRADUATES NOT PICTURED
Band, 1, 2, Cadet Corps, 3, 4, Thespians, 4, Commencement Com-
mittee, 4, Science Hobbies Club, treasurer, 4, Victory Corps, 1. FRANK BLAKE --Budn
Entered as a senior from Highland Park High School, Highland
LORRAINE WESTFAHL "Rainie" Park, Illinois.
Biology Club, 4, Conservation Club, 4, Girls' Choir, 4, Girls' Pep
Club, 4, Commencement Committee, 4.
ROGER CHRISTIAN "Rabbi"
ARDELL WOLLERMAN "Guts" Cadet Corps, 4.
Girls' Choir, 1, 2, Home Ee. Club, 4.
WILLIAM wooo "Bill" WIPUAM HUTH I "Jed"
Band, 1, 2, 3, 4, Cadet Corps, 3, 4, Cub Staff, 2, sports editor, 3, Victory Corps' 15 Hall Monitor' 2'
Student Council, 2, treasurer, 4, Commencement Committee, 4,
Football, 1, 2, 3, captain, 4, Basketball, 1, 2, 3, 4, Intramurals, 1,
2, 3, 4, Track, 1, 2, 3, 4, Rotary Luncheon, 1, Vice-President of the KARL MARTENS "Martinni"
Freshman Class, President ofthe Senior Class, Victory Corps, 1,
Hall Monitor, 2, 4.
DELORIS YEAGER "Tommie"
Band, 1, Biology Club, 4, Debate, 1, G.A.A., 1, junior Speaker's
Bureau, 3, 4, Rocket Echoes, 4, Rocket Staff, 3, typist, 4, Thespians,
4, Commencement Committee, 4, Rotary Luncheon, 2, Victory
Boys' Pep Club, 4, Mixed Choir, 1, 2, Football, 1, 2, Intramurals,
1, 2, 3, 4, Victory Corps, 1.
BEVERLY PAUL "Bev"
Band, 1, 2, 3, Biology Club, 2, Debate, 1, 2, Girls' Pep Club, 4,
Rocket Echoes, associate editor, 4, Commencement Committee, 4,
Rotary Luncheon, 4, Victory Corps, 1.
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Class Officers: Walter Christensen, vice-president, William Wood, president, Diana Keck, secretary, Phil Carey, treasurer.
As freshmen, we chose Mr. Floyd Cummings as our class
adviser, and time has proved that we made a very wise choice.
Mr. Cummings has proveCLto'be a capable and Willing director
of our class activities. Under his direction last year's junior-
senior prom was given, and this jfear he had charge of ap-
pointing the numerous iibmmencevlnent committees, who do
mfg of the work in connection with graduation.
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Looking back, September 1943 seems like a long time ago. That was when we juniors first became members
of the Neenah High School student body. We made our entrance in quite the usual manner, which is as "frosh. "
With the same eager, fresh outlook typical of "Frosh" we found our way about. However, it was not until
after the "Mixer" that we really felt like a vital part of the school and that we really belonged. We elected
as class officers James Powers, Jack Kolkoski, Lorraine Jacobson, and Bill Tuttle as president, vice-president,
secretary, and treasurer respectively. We then decided on Mr. Zenisek as class adviser. We sponsored a dance
our first year, and perhaps because we thought we were very exclusive, held a private party for Frosh only.
In June, we left our Freshman days behind and felt satisfied that we had made our mark at Neenah High for
the first year, and had really shown what we could do.
The next September, we returned, feeling quite sure of our abilities, and feeling a little more prepared to
meet the demands of High School life, with which we were better acquainted after a yeat's experience on the
"trial and error" basis. As ofiicers, we elected Willis Redlin, president, Tom Stilp, vice president, Ruth McCrary,
secretary, and James Lenz, treasurer. We showed that we were an integral part of the student body by helping
work for a proposed youth center.
This year, we veterans of two years in High School came back and cheerfully faced our third year. We
elected as officers Dan Napuck, president, Armin Gerhardt, vice-president, Mardelle Sawyer, secretary, and
Velda Reimer, treasurer. We have always shown a lot of school spirit, and this year, more than ever, having
cheered our team to a fighting finish. This spring we were kept quite busy with the Junior-Senior Prom, which
took place in May, and which was a highly successful social event of the season.
Thus three years of our high school life are gone, and we can look forward to a busy, exciting year as
seniors, and we hope our last year will be as gratifying as the others.
V TOP ROW: David Abraham, Jean Anderson,
Ada Ashley, Eugene Bednarowski, Vernon
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TOP ROW: Robert Bronsdon, Helen Brooks, Jean Burr, Sally Carpenter, Marvin Choynacki, Betty Christofierson, Alice Jean Christoph, Janet
Christopher, Mildred Clough, Phyllis Collier, Phyllis Collins, Ethel Jean Collipp, Louis DeBroka, Alfred DeRoche. SECOND ROW: Robert Discher,
John Dowling, Robert Dunn, James Dyreby, Betty Jane Eake, William Engel, Jack Erickson, Jacqueline Foster, Gerald Freier, Bernice Gauger, Mari-
lyn Gehrke, Claire Geiger, Armin Gerhardt, Suzanne Gerhardt. THIRD ROW: Ardythe Guthu, Ruth Hankemeier, Douglas Hansen, Isabell Hartfiel,
John Haselow, Helen Heckner, Suzanne Hesselman, Carlton Hoehne, Jack Hoeper, Jim Howman, Betty Huebner, Eunice Ihde, Lorraine Jacobson,
Adelbert Jensen. FOURTH ROW: Bonnie Johnson, Darold Johnson, James Johnson, Gretchen Kalfahs, Jack Kalkoske, Lucy Karlas, Rose Karlas,
Jacqueline Keck,James Kemp, Rachel Klatt, Walter Kleman,Joanita Klug, John Kobinsky, Jo Kock. FIFTH ROW: Pat Koller, Joyce Kohne, Correne
Kraemer, Jean Kuchenbecker, Jane Kuettel, Catherine Kulogo, Jean Kuster, Ellen Lampert, Donald Larsen, Carol Larson, Dorothy Lemke, James
Lenz, Muriel Levy, William Lieber, SIXTH ROW: Charles Littleheld, Evelyn Lloyd, Francis Lund, Sylvia Manteufel, William Marquardt, Ed Martin,
Robert Martin, Ralph Martens, Shirley Mathison, Robert Mathison, Marilyn Mertz, Lois Mielke, Beverly Moseng, Marian Muth. SEVENTH
ROW: Barbara Myhre, Dan Napuck, Ramona Nelson, Walter Nollan, Ronald Gene Oehlke, Nancy Parker, Ann Parmenter, Harriet Pea enburg,
Victor Petersen, Donald Phillips, David Poulton, James Ray Powers, Melvin Randall, Willis Redlin. EIGHTH ROW: Velda Reimer, HaroldPRiviers,
Carol Robinson, Charles Rosenow, Eddie Rogalska, Mardelle Sawyer, June Schaefer, Betty Scherer, Perry Lou Schneider, Jean Schnetzer, James
Schramm, Richard Schultz, Gregory Skibba, Kenneth Sorenson. NINTH ROW: Richard Sorenson, Pauline Stedman, Harrison Sturgis, Joan Sullivan,
Betty Swentner, Donald Swichtenberg, Donald Tanguay, Angie Tembelis, Doris Thorson, Marilyn Thompson, Ruth Thompson, William Tuttle,
Robert Veeser, Richard Wege. TENTH ROW: Marilyn Werner, Elroy Wessel, Eugene Westphal, Adeline Wierschke, Marilyn Williams, Elaine
Wilms, Doris Wolff, Kathleen Worzalla, Kathryn Yorkson, Robert Young, Ruth Young, Carl Zenisek, Madeline Zimmerman, Gloria Zuleger.
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TOP ROW: Patricia Abel, Jerome Achterberg, Frances Adler, Joyce Allen, James Andersen, Jeanne Anderson, Suzanne Anderson, Cedric Babbitts,
Rita Baer, George Bahrke, Frederick Ballas. SECOND ROW: Ralph Barnes, Esther Beach, Robert Beatty, Pauline Beimborn, Chester Bell, Jerome
Berendsen, Douglas Beyer, Alma Bigalke, Bonita Bloch, Ronald Boushley, Beverly Bowers, Paul Bredendick, Walter Bredendick, Melvin Brazee.
THIRD ROW: Gene Brooks, Betty Bruce, Jeannette Buch, Helen Burr, Lillian Burts, Pat Casperson, Mary Lou Charron, Violet Christian, William
Christensen, Charles Christianson. FOURTH ROW: Shirley Cowling, Edward Cramer, William Cramer, Janet Danke, Robert Dawson, Jerry Deder-
ing, Mary DeKeyser, Shirley Dem sey, Avery Denkert, Jack Ducklow, Marian Eake, Robert Ebert, Arden Eckstein, June Ellis. FIFTH ROW: Lola
Gorges, Marjorie Gorr, Nan Gun lach, Joe Haag, Shirley Houg, Dorothy Hansen, Wilma Hansen, Marian Hart, John Harwood, Jane Hass, Shirley
Hawkinson, Erich I-lintz, Harold Hoehne, Shirley Hole.
Last September, the sophomores joyously returned
to school, exultant in the knowledge that they were no
longer the ignored creatures, commonly referred to as
"freshmen" Their members comprised the largest class
at the beginning of the school year. Wishing for compe-
tent leadership, they elected George Nickolas president,
Pat Casperson vice-president, Beverly Westphal secre-
CLASS OFFICERS: George Nicholas, Beverly Westphal, Pat Casperson,
tary, and Betty Fahrenkrug treasurer.
Many sophomores joined the Rocket Staff and the
Cub Staff, several were in the Thespian production,
"Spring Green", others joined G.A.A., the Library Club,
the Home Economics Club, the Conservation, Science-
Hobbies, and Biology Clubs. A large number were in the
Band and in either the Girls' or Mixed Choir. Some of
the boys went out for football, and a few made the regu-
lar team. Most of the B-squad basketball team was made
up of sophomores. When the track and tennis seasons
came along, they participated wholeheartedly in those
sports, too. The class has pep too, two of the cheerlead-
ers being sophomores and many members participating
in the two pep clubs.
The class sponsored a dance which was held on Jan-
uary 26 with the music furnished by the Star Dusters.
With stars suspended from the ceiling and "Stardust"
on the floor, the students danced to "soft, soothing"
music. Although the extreme low temperatures kept
many from the dance that night, it was remarked to have
been one of the most successful and best planned dances
of the year.
Although they were not upperclassmen this year,
the sophomores enjoyed at least being more-experienced
than the freshmen. They were no longer the proverbial
"greenhorns," who are never quite considered as being
The high school as a whole has come to recognize
this year's sophomore class as a body of able leaders and
loyal school citizens with unlimited potentialities.
TOP ROW: Shirley Erickson, Betty Fahrenkrug, Ethel Flenz, Fred Flood, Harry Flood, William Frank, Melvin Frazee, June Frederick, Barbara
Fuszard, Dona Gehrke, Robert Geiger, Marian Gerhardt, Mabel Gibson, Jack Giese. SECOND ROW: Howard Hawley, John I-lefti, William Hin-
terthuer, Betty Hopfensberger, Clyde Hulbert, Yvonne Hull, Dorla Hunsicker, Gerald Huth, Paul Jacobson, Tom Jape, James Jensen, Adeline John-
son, Ardyce Johnson, Eric Johnson. THIRD ROW: Jacqueline Johnson, Marilyn Johnson, Wallace Johnson, :Bert Johely, Archie Jungenberg, John
Jurgenson, James Kellett, Carol Kellerman, Carolyn Kellerman, Russell Kemps, Roland Kissinger, Sally Klavetter, Dolores Kock, Donald Kiesow.
FOURTH ROW: Henry Konow, Dorothy Kruse, Ellen Kuchenbecker, Joan Laflin, Mary Lambert, James Landskron, Beverly Lautenschlager, John
Larson, Glenn LaRue, Esther Lemke, Robert Lieber, Richard Lopas, Janice Madsen, Donald Malchow. FIFTH ROW: Marilyn Martin, Yvonne
Mason, Marilyn Mather, Mavis Mathison, James McGuire, Archie McKellip, James Miller, Mary Miller, Carol Mulvey, Laura Muttart, Mar-
jorie Nagel, Richard Neller, Ellen Neubauer, George Nickolas. SIXTH ROW: Edith Nussbaumer, Dale Olson, Richard Oscar, Lois Pagel, David
Parker, Lee Parrott, Barbara Paulson, Carol Perterson, Eugene Peterson, Alan Pheifer, Palmer Pietz, Rose Pitsch, Rita Pomrening, James Quinn.
SEVENTH ROW: Bette Belle Popp, Barbara Rasmussen, Marian Rasmussen, Mary Rasmussen, Kenneth Reddin, Lois Reichel, Grace Rivet, Rosalie
Rivet, Edna Robinson, Shirley Robinson, Ellen Rozanski, Beverly Salm, Elmer Shanke, Betty Sharpley. EIGHTH ROW: Elizabeth Schneider, Alyce
Schmidt, Robert Schultz, Shirley Schwartz, John Shoman, Nancy Single, Mona Skafte, Dawn Smith, Gordon Smith, Daureen Snyder, Phyllis Spring-
born, Coralie Sreibel, Peter Stelow, Ernest Strandberg. NINTH ROW: Patricia Strasser, Orlie Stuebs, Virginia Sweetalla, Rita Syring, James Tem-
belis, Wilmer Thomack, Carol Thomas, Joan Thompson, Robert Towns, Audrey Wanty, Joyce Webb, Margaret Weiss, Beverly Westfahl, Evelyn
Wierschke. TENTH ROW: Russell Wilke, Fred Will, Robert Williams, Dick Wiltns, Rosemary Winter, David Wisthoff, Val Woicik, Doris Wolf,
Sam Woollen, Donald Young, Juanita Young, Audrey Zeinert, Walter Ziemke, Joan Zolkoske.
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Class Oflicers: David Martin, vice-president, Jack Neubauer, president,
Peggy Ann Blank, secretary, Verlyn Thomack, treasurer.
The freshmen had their first taste of high school life
at an orientation day held a few days before the actual
opening of the scholarly portals. They seemed to like it,
and after a full week of school, appeared in great number
at the Cub Mixer where they were initiated, en masse, to
the tune of having their shoes thrown in a gigantic heap,
followed by a noisy pile-up, resulting in a mad scramble
best designated as "shoes-ala-freshmen."
As usual, the upperclassmen adhered to their
strict non-fraternization rule regarding frosh boys,
but in spite of it, the frosh dove wholeheartedly
into the school's activities and organizations.
Four of the freshmen won places in the school's
first Thespian play of the year, "Spring Green."
They were Peggy Blank, Patty Ryan, Audrey
Blank, and Harland Ziemke.
Freshmen on the "B" Debate squad were John
Vanderhiden and Bruce Schumacher, the aflirma-
tive, and Kurt Gross and Kirk Lawson, the nega-
The freshmen also participated in the humor-
ous and serious declamation and oratory contests.
These 219 freshmen have taken a very large
part in curricular and extra-curricular activities
and are proud to be the promising graduating class
TOP ROW:jane Aldinger, Clara Albert, Ann Andersen, Dallas Anderson, Edith Anderson, Roger Anderson, Mary Alpin, Kenneth Arndt, Rich-
ard Arndt, Beryl Babbitts, Richard Baer. SECOND ROW: Ronald Bartel, Velma Behm, Bruce Berg, Patsy Bishop, Audrey Blank, Peggy Blank,
Robert Blank, Valeria Bloom, Mathew Bodway, Lowell Bonnin. THIRD ROW: Lois Bork, Robert Bowman, Nancy Braun, Betty Brightman
Norton Brodsky, Jacqueline Brooks, Brian Burr, Elaine Bushweiler, Ruth Campbell, JoAnn Caron, Irene Caron. FOURTH ROW:john Chaganos
Jerry Christoph, Arthur Clough, Donald Coisman, Robert Collier, Richard Croes, Betty Curtis, Hazel Dahl, Arlene Dahlke, Loretta Debroka,
Nancy Dieckoff, Charles Diestler. FIFTH ROW: Ronald Dietz, Phyllis Dorabel, Jeannette Dorn, Betty Drace, Michael Drew, Robert Ducklow,
Mary Ann Engel, Thadd Epps, Barbara Fahrenkrug, Kenneth Foster, Richard Frakes, Paul Frank.
TOP ROW: Pauline Frank, Ernest Gauger, Roy Giebel, Lavonne Grorf, Kurt Gross, Joan Hagen, William Handler, James Harness, Nancy Harness,
Geraldine Hase, Robert Hase, Lois Hatch, Joyce Haufe, Robert Hawley. SECOND ROW: Beverly Heider, Eleanor Heider, Barbara Hoeper, James
Hoffman, Dolores Hopfensberger, Jack Homblette, Lois Huebner, Bruce Hutchins, Steve Jacob, Edgar Janssen, William Jensen, Jacqueline Jessie,
Peggy Johnson, Marilyn Jones. THIRD ROW: Virginia Jones, David Kent, Ruth Kieper, Gerald Kiesow, Joyce Kloehn, Joretta Kock, Jean Krieg,
Joan Krieg, Gerald Kuchenbecker, Eva Kulogo, Harold Lansing, Arland Larson, Charlotte Larson, Curtis LaRue. FOURTH ROW: Delores Laux,
LaVonne Laux, Kirk Lawson, Wilbur Lazotte, Gene Lee, Ernest Lehl, Albert Leverance, Joanne Lobb, Robert Lund, Sherrell Mallan, Mary Marko-
vich, Merle Marsh, David Martin, Betty McNamara. FIFTH ROW: Godfred Meier, Harold Mentink, Doris Meyer, Frank Meyer, Nettie Miller,
Violet Miller, William Miller, Eva Mueller, Patricia Murphy, Richard Muth, Nancy Neller, Bonita Neubauer, John Neubauer, Beverly Nielson.
SIXTH ROW: Arletta Ott, Walter Pagel, Fred Palmer, Howard Palmer, Janet Parker, Jean Parmenter, Gordon Payne, Lois Payne, Joan Peterson,
Gloria Phillipi, John Pors, Orrin Prindle, Boyd Radcliffe, Joyce Redlin. SEVENTH ROW: Robert Reese, Ed Reiss, Mary Remmel, Willard Rieckman,
Nancy Riggs, Arnold Ritter, Frank Roblee, Carl Rohde, Lorraine Rohde, Edwin Rosenow, Patricia Rozell, Party Ryan, Nilo Salmeen, Nancy Sanders.
EIGHTH ROW:James Sarahny, Robert Sauer, LeRoy Sauer, Sue Sawtell, Karl Sawyer, Karlene Sawyer, James Schnetzer, Darlene Schuette, Kathryn
Schultz, Gordon Schumacher, Lois Seager, Robert Simons, Juanita Skibba, Beverly Smith. NINTH ROW: Jean Smith, Joan Smith, Donald Smith,
Jerome Steinfort, Margaret Steller, James Stilp, Kathryn Strandberg, Phyllis Tews, Verlyn Thomack, Thomas Thomsen, Nancy Thorson, William
Throne, Edward Tourtellotte, Rosemary Unser. TENTH ROW: William Unser, John Vanderhiden, Alice Wedewart, Jeanette Westfahl, William
Wiberg, Lucille Winkworth, Jean Zaumeyer, Priscilla Zehner, Patsy Zeller, Patricia Zenisek, Harland Ziemke, Patricia Zietlow, Rita Zimmerman,
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Unde the dire ion of Coach
Ole Jorgenson an intramural pro-
gram was carried on during the
noon hour, sometimes in the high
school gymnasium and sometimes
on the athletic field. The purpose
of this program is not only to pro-
vide recreation for those students
who remain at school during the
noon hour but also to develop
them for the athletic squads of
football, basketball, track and
tennis. None of the sports in
which they participate are over-
The activities which were open
for participation for the students
as individuals or as teams were
tag football, horseshoes, flash-
ball, shuflleboard, handball, ping
pong, ping pong doubles, rapid
fire basketball, basketball golf,
free throws, checkers, putting
green, and class basketball.
In the class basketball tourna-
ment, the junior team composed
of Tom Stilp, Willis Redlin, Jim
Dyreby, Bill Marquardt, and Jim
Richard Powers won the victors'
crown with 3 wins and no losses.
Sophomores ranked second with
2 wins, one loss, seniors third
with 1 win and 2 losses and the
frosh fourth with no wins and
three losses. Coaches for the vari-
ous teams were seniors on the var-
varsity basketball squad. They
were Darrell Schultz for freshmen,
Lynn Cooper, sophomores, Carle-
ton Giese, juniors, and Bill Kraut-
Class winners of the annual
checkers tournament were Emil
Meyer, seniorg Eugene Bed-
naroslci, juniorg Eric Johnsen,
sophomore and Richard Muth,
Gerold Kuckenbecker, Bob Lie-
ber, John Dowling and Darrell
Schultz were the ping pong cham-
pions while Dan Napuck, junior
Lee Parrott, sophomore, and Dar-
rell Schultz, senior, won in the var-
ious classes in the horseshoe tour-
nament. Darrell Schultz became
In the shuffleboard tournament
R. Hawley, Clyde Hulbert, Har-
rison Sturgis, and Russell Mulvey
won in the freshman, sophomore,
junior and senior classes respec-
tively with Mulvey becoming all-
Darrell Schultz was crowned
handball king after Winning in
the senior class championship and
defeating Dan Napuck, junior,
Robert Williams, sophomore, and
Harold Neilson, freshman.
Emil Meyer's tag football team
composed of Walter Christensen,
Robert Discher, Don Vought, Bill
Krautkramer, and Emil, all of
whom are seniors won.the league
All of the boys who partici-
pated in intramurals in their high
school years have gained much in
the way of physical fitness. Many
of them were advanced to the var-
sity teams and became sports
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SUGGESTIONS FOR SELECTING COURSES
AND REQUIREMENTS FOR GRADUATION
1. To graduate from the Neenah High School, a student
must have earned 17 credits in grades 9-10-11-12. A credit is
a full year of work in a subject in which the class meets five
times a week for 37 weeks or two one-semester courses. When
the students meet the above requirements and are also recom-
mended for good citizenship, they are considered as graduates
and are presented a high school diploma.
2. In the senior high school the normal amount of work
carried by students is 4 credits, not including physical edu-
cation. To carry more than this, a pupil must have special
permission from the principal.
3. No credit will be granted for one year of a foreign lan-
guage except by special action of the faculty. The theory
behind this regulation is that lasting values cannot be ob-
tained except by two years of work in these fields. No credit
will be allowed full year courses pursued but one semester.
This is to discourage hasty, haphazard election of subjects.
4. Any upil who may possibly attend college should take
both al ebra and geometry. Neither of these courses is re-
quired fir graduation from our high school, but most col-
leges and universities require both as a part of their entrance
5. If at least two years of a foreign language are taken in
high school, the student will have a freer choice of electives
in college. Some colleges require from two to four units of
foreign language for entrance. College credit will not in most
cases be given for one unit of a foreign language if the stu-
dent also presents two units in another foreign language.
One unit in each of two foreign languages will not meet the
6. Most colleges will not accept more than four units in
the field of manual arts, home economics, commercial
courses, and music. At least eleven units must be in the
academic Held including English, mathematics, foreign lan-
guages, natural science, and social sciences.
7. It is advisable for students who plan to enter college to
register for the fourth year of English. Freshman English in
college or university seems to be a stumbling block to many.
It is wise to be as well prepared as possible.
8. As far as possible, register for courses in the year in
which you would normally take them. For example, chem-
istry is usually taken in the eleventh year. There are several
advantages to be gained by keeping to a regular schedule:
4. The subjects .ire offered in the year in which experience
has proved most suitable.
b. The sequence of subjects is important. A senior may
suddenly decide that he wishes to take advanced mathemat-
ics. If he has left geometry for his senior year, he has made a
mistake, since he cannot take geometry and advanced mathe-
matics at the same time.
r. Your chances for success in your work are better in your
own group and with your own classmates.
9. Plan definitely to rake at least a few of those courses
which are immediately practical: home economics, wood-
work, machine shop, typing, bookkeeping, etc.
10. Every pupil is required by state law to take physical
education. Only those pupils will be excused whose physi-
cians certify that they are temporarily unable to particgnate
in any gymnasium exercises. Pupils will be excused rom
certain types of exercises when their physicians certify that
they are temporarily unable to participate in those forms of
11. Colleges require a record of good quality of work, evi-
dence of good citizenship, and a recommendation by the
principal. Some colleges specify requirements in certain sub-
ject fieldsg therefore, graduation from high school does not
necessarily admit a student to college,
12. A wide variety of experiences in curricular and extra-
curricular fields is desirable for broadening interests and
13. Typing is a general course the first year. The second
year of typing is strictly a vocational course.
HAROLD B. MENNES, Prinripa!
NEENAH HIGH SCHOOL
FRESHMAN SOPHOMORE JUNIOR SENIOR
Required z Required : Required Required
English I English II English III Am. History
Civics Civics Modern History
Phys. Education Phys. Education Phys. Education Phys. Education
Girls Z cr. Boys and Girls Boys M cr. Boys 1 cr.
ELECTIVES ELECTIVES ELECTI VES ELECT IVES
Algebra Algebra Algebra Algebra
General Geometry Geometry Geometry
Mathematics Adv. Algebra Adv. Algebra
Solid Geometry Solid Geometry
Latin I Latin I Latin I English IV
German I Latin II Latin II Speech
Spanish I German I German I Social Problems
German II German II Latin II
Spanish I Spanish I German II
Spanish II S anish II Spanish II
Home Econ. I Home Econ. I I-inome Econ. I Home Econ. I
Home Econ. II Home Econ. II Home Econ. II
Home Econ. III Home Econ. III
Home Econ. IV
Gen. Shop I Gen. Shop I Woodwork I Woodwork I
Woodwork I Woodwork II Woodwork II
Machine Shop I Woodwork III
Printing I Machine Shop I Machine Shop I
Drafting I Machine Shop II Machine Shop II
Machine Shop III
Printing I Printing I
Printing II Printing II
Drafting I Drafting I
Drafting II Drafting II
Bus. Training Bus. Training Typing I Typing I
Typing I Shorthand I Typing II
Bus. Admin. Shorthand II
Bus. Law Bookkeeping
Biology Chemistry Chemistry
Art Art Art Art
Band Band Band Band
Chorus Chorus Chorus Chorus
All courses marked II require course I as a prerequisite.
All third year courses in Industrial Arts and Mathematics require con-
sent of the instructor. '
To take five courses a student must have a B average and consent of the
Any shop course requires general shop or consent of instructor.
I have checked the proposed schedule and find that it meets with my
approval. Any exceptions which I may have are noted in the space below.
Signature of Parent or Guardian
Front Row: Roger Miller, William Wood, Lois Hardt, Charles Bentzen, Philip Kuehl, Patricia Abel, Corrine Kraemer.
Second Rowglane Steinfort, Angie Tembelis, Lorrainellacobson, Robert Campbell, Dick Neller, Kathryn Schultz, .lane Aldinger,
Third Ron 3 Suzanne Hesselman, Carlton Giese, Mr. Mennes, .lim Ilohnsen, Donald Yought, Ruth Gullickson.
Back Row ' Spencer Dieckholl, Lynn Cooper, Armin Gerhardt, Gordon Campbell.
To be elected to tlte Student Council is considered one of the highest lioziors that can be conferred on a
student of Neenah High School, The Council is organized on the basis of one representative from each home
room with the exception of the study halls which have two, The purpose of the Council is to act in an ad-
yisory capacity with the students and faculty.
At the first meeting last fall, the ollicers ofthe Student Council were elected, They were Charles Bentzen,
president, Phil liuehl, yice-president, Bill Wood, treasurer, and Lois Hardt, secretary, Also at that lirst meeting
they chose the members of the lzxecutiye Board of the Council, namely: Gordon Campbell, Patty Abel, and
Spencer Dieckhollf This Board meets to discuss school matters of importance and refers them to the whole
council, lor the purpose of saying time for the group. Various committees were appointed too: Hall and
Grounds Committee: Carleton Giese, chairman, .lack Hoeper and Tom Stilp, the Recreation Committee: Don
Yought, chairman, Roger Nliller, Gordon Campbell, and Richard Neller, Bulletin Boards and Display Windows
Committee: Angie Tembelis,chairman,llane Steinfort, and 'lames R, ,Iohnson,School Improvements Committee:
Phil Ktiehl, chairman, Spencer Dieckholl, Patty Abel, and Willis Redlin, and the Assembly Committee: Lois
Hardt, chairman, Armin Gerhardt, llr., Suzanne Hesselman, and Bill Wood.
ln April, tlie Student Council sponsored a tag day to raise money for a scholarship fund, annually awarded
to a deserving student. Some of the Council's accomplishments for the past year were buying new records for
the iuke box, keeping the service llag in the auditorium up to date, and arranging and keeping up to date the
show cases and the bulletin boards,
The Student Council is an active and cooperative student organization with its purpose being to work
for a better Neenah High School.
Hack lion-'.l1n1luc Madsen, Duloris Bork, vklltflil BlOOIU,'lU2ll1 Hagen, Mary Engel, Adclincllohnson, Betty Stoukcr, Rosunmry Winter, Eugenia Erigksun
Thnml Row' Nlarx Rasmussen, PaulnSmhn1m, Nlxncy Riggs, Mary Aplin, Mahal Gibson, Dawn Smith, Betty F2ll1l'CI1liI'lIg, Verna Meyer, Shxrlcy Hnlu, Lux'
Suomi lloxx1Evclvn Wlulsclmkv, Parte Rozull, Hclurnlswms, Ellen Lurnpcrt, Ruth lN1uCmx'y, Alicc ulQLl4.'XVill'I, Par Sfl'llSSk'l', .Mmlyrlw Gnthn,Klauqllclimfllrssu
lfrunr Ron ,Alam Aldllwgur, llonitn Nunhnuur, Anllrv Blank, lluxrxmtu- Dorn, Put lN1llI'PllY,'lUAI1l7 Cnmn, Elllth Ann Anllursun, liarlmm F.ll1l'UI1l'Cl'llg. .lmmnn
lhkk liow.'l1n1 Burg, Frul lioness, Dgunl PLlI'liL'l', lllITl4IOl1I1Sl7!1, Ulu ul Poultnn, Kenneth Sorensen, Nfl1lI'XlIl NL-L1h.u1nr, KL-ninth Nluhlmurr.
Third Run RlllWL'I'I Ehcrt, Gcorgu Cilvllllg, TullIungcl1lWulAg,.llluli Hocpcr, Ruhcrt Skull, Ronnlll Bouslulcy, Hnrolll Mcnrink, Huh Colllpp.
Swnml Row. lil-ru Rrm-qur, Ronglll lillslcun, M.n'x Rqlnnnll, Donna Yollqn11xn, Ros: lNl.1ril-S.1x'.1liz1x', Par Knctlu-r', D.n'lucn Hnuh, Clmrlorru l..1r'sm1,-l.uqm-
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l'mnr RlNX.'lL'lll1 Collipp,,lc41n Eiss, lx'l.ll'lLlH RQISINLISSCII, Em Kulngo,.lc1n1nc Smith, Mms Roper, llmcrlx Hauler, Nunn Sumll-rs, Glen Lgxlillc,-I.11m's Hull
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Second Row: Nancee Single, Gloria Zuleger, Suzanne Anderson, June Fredrick, uch, is ne ,Ja uettel, y Ryan, Ada Ashley, Dolores
Samuelson, Phyllis Radcliffe, Betty Christollerson. G'
Front Row: Juanita Sl-cibba, Ellen Kuchenbecker, Shirley Hawx'kiiiso11, irley' ric , J' kie iss Roper, Betty Huebner, Pat
Abel, Sylvia Manteufel, Diana Keck, Sue Sawtell, Nancy Thorson. ,
Two active organizations at Neenah High School are the Mixed Choir and Girls' Choir, both of which are
under the capable direction of Miss Ruth Roper. This year something new in the way of Assembly programs was
inaugurated by the choirs. This was the "assembly sing" and it was enthusiastically welcomed by the student
body. The Mixed and Girls' Choirs both helped with these by presenting a few special numbers at the beginning
of the program. After the audience had listened to the numbers rendered by the choirs, they themselves had a chance
to "get in the show." The two choirs also combined to present a program of Christmas songs.
The work of both groups was brilliantly climaxed at the end of the year with the traditional Baccalaureate
program in connection with the graduation ceremonies.
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The Neenah High School Band of eighty-hve members is an active organization the year round. The band
work is not seasonal like many of the other activities, instead it is organized for eleven months every year.
During the fall season, the band adds color to the festivities by playing and maneuvering between halves at
the football games. During the winter season, a picked band of thirty-live pieces plays for all of the basketball
games. During the winter concert season, fine programs are offered for the general public.
Front Row: Edna Graef, Marv Curry, Helen Brooks, Beverly Bowers, Lois Mielke, Walter Ziemke, Lois Hardt, james Quinn, Peggy Blank, Esther
Lemke, Bob Bowman. i i i
Second Row: Bob Brondson, Doris Wolf, Roger Anderson, Darlene Schuette, Carol Robinson, Jeanne Anderson, ,lacqueline Foster, -loan Smith,jin1
Berg, Mr. Mais.
Third Row: Gene Brooks, ,lim Moulton, Bob Ducklow, Tom jape, james l-lowman, Elaine Anderson, Mavis Peterson, Bill Wiberg, Doris Meyer, Bar-
Fourth Row: Robert Owens, Bill Engel, Bill Wood, Robert Veeser, Jerry Dedering, Charles Bentzen, jack Kalkoski, Richard Zinke, Bruce Berg, Eriv:
Back Row: Beverly Salm, Dick Neller, Spencer Dieclcholf, ,lim Jensen, Helen jones, ,lean Larson, Kirk Lawson, Jerome Liess.
Second Row: Angie Tembelis, ,lim Landskton, Rita Baer, Chester Bell, Ericjohnson, Grace Rivet, .lean Burr, Doris Hughes,
Front Row: Lois Miellte, La Verne Messman, Charles Littleheld, Miss Quaerna, Kitty Worzalla, john Harwood, ,Ioan Sullivan
lVleetii1g the deadline
Unlike previous years, the Cub, this year, was written,
supervised and edited by a journalism class composed of
twenty-eight members and guided by Miss Ruth Quaerna.
Meeting during the seventh period, they received instruc-
tion in journalistic writing and also wrote material for pub-
lication in the Cub. This new arrangement which increased
the interest, allowed more time and utilized the ability of
more students, resulted in a superb quality of each issue of
The staff was headed by Charles Littletield and Kitty
Worzalla, co-editors, feature editor was Muriel Levy, head-
ing the sports department was ,Iohn Harwoodg LaVerne
Messman served as advertising manager, Lois Miellce as
business manager. Reporters were Rita Baer, Chester
Bell, Barbara Fuszard, Doris Hughes, james
Jensen, james Kellett, james Landskron, Kirk
Lawsonhjerome Liess, Marilyn Mertz, Dick Neller,
Betty Sharpley, Joan Sullivan, and Angie Tembelis.
The typing staff included Spencer Dieckhoff, Doris
Hughes, and jean Larson. Those on the mechanical
staff were Duane Coenen, Elmer Hoest and limil
Miss Able's direction and Mr. Poellinger's super-
vision made a very successful year for the Cub.
Reading the nevvs
up for the annual. Some of the members of the editor-
ial, business, typing and photography staffs inet during
the third period in the morning at which time work on
the Rocket was conducted under the supervision of
Mr. Meverden while Miss Meyer checked each write-
up during this period.
Students are appointed as freshmen to work on the
Rocket for a period of four years. Upperclassmen are
appointed only as vacancies occur. An award pin is
received by each member in his senior year.
This year's Rocket is the result of many months'
work and is an excellent symbol of school life. Students
and faculty advisors who worked on the Rocket hope
that everyone will enjoy these fruits of their efforts.
Back Rowzvlim Landskron, Deloris Yeager, Charles Littlefield, Chester Bell, 'lean Kuchenbeclter, .john Vanderhiden.
Second Row: Patty Abel, Margaret Steller, .lean Larson, Patti Blair, Elaine Koletzke, Nancy Thorson, Kirk Lawson.
Front Row: Nancy Pauer, Marilyn Williams, Mr. Meverden, Miss Meyer, Rita Baer, Doris Hughes.
The Rocket Staff, although gaining little
in fame or reward, is one of the hardest
working organizations in the school. Theirs
is the job of publishing the annual, which
is one of the most cherished memoirs of
high school days. Being on the Rocket
Staff means intensive work during school
hours as well as after school and on vaca-
tion days. Rocket Staff members are busily
occupied throughout the year taking pic-
tures, writing reports on various clubs and
school activities, and planning page make-
Bgiek Row: Leila Lisle, Patty Blair, Rosemary Sarahny,
beeond Row:-Ioan Tipler, Betty Stocker, Joyce Larsen, Verna Meyer.
Front Row' Emilie Reimer, Karlene Gerrolnl, Miss Peterson, Beverly Paul, Nancy P.1uer.
Back Row: Helen Brooks, Marnlelle Sawyer, Joan Zolkoslce, Pat Kuether. sl-
Secoml Row: Carole Meyer, Helen Jones, Marjorie Brien, Dolores Samuelson, Becky Berens. "
Front Rowztleuii Collipp, 'lane Steinfort, Shirley Robinson, Miss Thompson, Ila Blank, Phyllis Collins. K
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Front Row: Dorothy Eblen, Yvonne Hull, Miss Kiser, Charles Littleheld, Michael Drew.
Second Row: john Vanderhiden, Chester Bell, Suzanne Gerhardt, Kurt Lawson.
Front Rowzjerome Steinfort, Jerome Leiss, Kirk Lawson, Robert Bowman.
Back Row: Ronald Basken, jim Jensen, Tom Thompson, Robert Ebert.
"A" DEBATE TEAM
Front Ron 1 Erling Dukerschein, Kitty Worzalla, Marilyn Thompson, Jean Eiss.
"B" DEBATE TEAM
Back Row: Kirk Lawson, Bruce Schumacher, Kurt Gross, .Iohn Vanderhiden.
This year's debate topic was, "Resolved that every able-bodied male citizen of the United States
should have at least one year of military training before attaining the age of twenty-four and after
reaching the age of eighteen."
Under the able direction of Miss Helen Hughes, modern history teacher, the students who turned
out for debate were divided into two groups. The "A" squad included Marilyn Thompson and Erling
Dukerschein, negative, and Kitty Worzalla and jean liiss, affirmative. Members of the "B" squad were
Kurt Gross and Kirk Lawson, negative, and Bruce Schumacker and john Vanderhiden, affirmative.
,lean Anderson was alternate for the UA" team while Joanne Lobb served as alternate for the "B"
The two teams went to New London to a debate and speech institute and then to Appleton for a
practice debate. The 'AAN team entered a debate at Two Rivers and came out sharing second place
honors with two other schools by winning four out of six debates.
Winning five out of six debates and tying for hrst place with Kaukauna, New London, and Kewaunee
at a debate held at Appleton, the "A" squad was entitled to attend another debate at Stevens Point.
At this debate the "A" team tied for second place and won the right to enter the state tourney at
Madison. There the team met schools with more experience than they, but nevertheless gained a fourth
place rating in the state along with several other schools.
The "B" squad took part in a debate at Kaulcauna and captured first place laurels by winning four
out of six debates and tying with Kaukauna and Appleton.
In addition to their competitive debates, both the "A" and "B" squads provided entertainment
for several of the civic clubs by debating before them. They were enthusiastically received, and both
the squads and their advisor, Miss Hughes, were highly commended for their scholarly discussions of
a question of vital interest to every adult.
The two squads enjoyed an extremely successful season and deserve the heartiest of compliments.
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Front Row: Patty Abel, Angie Tembellis, Muriel Levy, Peggy Blank, 'loan Tipler, Audrey Blank, Beverly Helder.
Second Row: Mar1lvn'lones, Paula Stedman, Rita Baer, Dorothy Ehlen, Kathleen Worzalla, Eileen Berens.
Third Row: Ruth McCrarv, Charles Littlefield, ,lim jensen, john Hefti, Betty Christollierson, ,lohn Yanderhiden.
This year sixty students participated in the Forensics contest. These students were en-
gaged in the following activities: humorous declamation, serious declamation, original ora-
tory, non-original oratory, extemporaneous speaking and extemporaneous reading. The con-
testants were capably coached by Miss Paulson, who was assisted by Miss Harris, Mrs. Cram-
sie, Miss Raine, Miss Peterson, Mr. Beger, and Mr. Thom. A preliminary elimination contest
was held at Neenah High School. Winners of this who went to the contest at Menasha High
School were: Ruth McCrary and joan Tipler in the held of extemporaneous reading, Kitty
Worzalla and Erling Dukerschein in extemporaneous speakingg ,lean lfiss and Paula Stedman
in serious declamation, and Rita Baer and Muriel Levy in humorous declamation.
At the Menasha contest Rita Baer, Erling Dukerschein, and ,loan Tipler received A ratings
in humorous declamation, extemporaneous speaking, and reading, respectively, thus giving
them the privilege of going on to the Kimberly district contest. There, Joan Tipler and lirling
Dukerschein received A ratings in extemporaneous reading and exremporaneous speaking
and so went to the state contest at Madison where ,loan received a C rating and lfrling a B
On April 27, the Northeastern Forensic Contest was held at Kaukauna at which Neenah
High School was represented by Patricia Abel and Betty Christolferson in extemporaneous
readingg Marilyn Thompson and Charles Littlefield participated in extemporaneous speaking
while Audrey Blank presented a humorous declamation and Beverly Heider, a serious decla-
mation. ln the field of oratory,jamesllensen and Charles Diestler were competitors with non-
original orations while 'Iohn Vanderhiden competed with an original oration.
This contest at which nine schools of the Northeastern Conference vied for honors
brought to a close an unusually busy forensic season.
Buck Row: Deloris Yeager, Spencer Dieckholl, .lim Berg, Douglas Hansen, Kitty Worzallzi.
Front Row: Marilyn Thompson, Ila Blank, Paula Stedman, Mavis Peterson, Audrey Blank.
Back Row: Elliott Riggs, Dick Boehm, Jim Jensen, Douglas Hansen, Robert jelenski.
Second Row: Helen Heckner, Eva Brooks, Eddie Rogalska, june Dahms, Helen Jones, Jean Kuchenbeclcer
Front Row: Jean Burr, Carole Meyer, Gloria Zuleger, Joyce Larsen, Mavis Peterson, Nancy Pauer.
Back Row: Carole Meyer, Jeanne Kuckenbecker, Chester Bell, John Hefti, June Dahms, June Schaefer, Ruth McCrary, Carol Thomas.
Second Row: Phyllis Collins, Rachel Klatt, Coralie Steibel, Dorothy Alfertig, Marilyn Mertz, Mary Lou Robinson, Ruth Klatt.
Front Row: Muriel Levy, Dorothy Eblen, .loan Tipler, Lois Hardt, Suzie Hesselman, Mavis Peterson, Charlotte Schultz.
After a "recess" of one year, the Biology Club was reorganized by Mr. Gundlach and under his leader-
ship, staged a successful come back.
Starting their program in September the members elected these officers to lead them: Lois Hardt as presi-
dent, Mavis Peterson, program chairman, Joan Tipler, secretary, and Suzanne Hesselman, treasurer.
All year through they engaged in numerous activities. During the fall months, they enjoyed a number
of hikes and making a study of leaves, birds, and other wonders of nature. They even had a fall picnic in
Nelson's woods. ln December they reveled in a big Christmas party at which presents were exchanged and
games were played and even "black cows" W gi
were served. During the winter, when they
were unable to take hikes, they concen-
trated on individual projects. Some of these
included growing special plants, feeding
and experimenting with fish, and hatching
eggs in an incubator.
Beginning in March and continuing
through June, bird hikes were taken.
Finally after all their biological efforts,
the club had an exhibit on April 10 and ll
at which the projects were displayed. It
was quite successful, and many visitors at
the exhibits commented on the fine work
which had been done. Even after disband-
ing for a year, the club felt that it had had
a successful season.
This year the Conservation Club was directed by Mr. Gerhardt and the oflicers who include president Carl
Zenisek, Vice-president Armin Gerhardt, Jr., Secretary Jean Christoph, Vice-secretaryJeanette Thorson and Treas-
urer Mavis Peterson. The board includes Virginia Bollman, Diana Keck, Tom Stilp,lIohn Haselow, and Tom Kuehl.
This year the whole filing system was changed. The hours of work can now be transferred from year to year.
In this way, more members can gain credits for graduation.
, Back Row: LeRoy Sauer, Charles Diestler,
Avery Denkert, Russell Kemps, 'john
Haselow, Carlton Hoehne, Edward
Reiss, Harold Hoehne, Lowell Bonnin,
Edward Cramer, Val Wojcik.
Third Row: Jerry Achterberg, Robert
Campbell, Dax id Kent, .james Schnetzer,
Fred Will, john Chaganos, Dallas Ander-
son, Ronald Basken, Robert Simons, Ber-
nard Killoran, Arden Eckstein.
Second Row: Lois Strusinske, Rosemary
Winter, Mary Curry, Margie Beyer, Eva
Brooks, Tom Kuehl, jerry Christoph,
Brian Burr, Glen LaRue, 'lames Blank.
Front Row: Bonita Neubauer, Eileen Neu-
bauer, Peggy johnson, Marion Gerhardt,
Lorraine Westfahl, Dorothy Alfertig,
Diana Keck, Delores Hopfensperger,
Mary Rasmussen, Beverly Westfahl,
Betty ,lane Fahrenkrug, ,Ioyee Allen.
Back Row: George Cowling, 'lack Larson,
Alan Pheifer, john Kobinsky, Dick
Second Row: Francis Lund, Charlotte Lar-
son, Correne Kraemer, Karlene Gerold,
Eugenia Erickson, Eddie Rogalska, Dick
Front Row: Patty Ryan, Nancee Single,
Shirley Erickson, Eileen Bere-ns, Pat
Abel, Velma Behm, Pat Zenisek.
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The Conservation Club this year installed a coke machine in the gymnasium for the benefit of the students
Have you ever seen the Club's collections? They added many shells to their shell collection until now there
are more than 250. There has been a shell committee to see that these are all named and bled. Then there is the
collection of "our feathered friends." These have been arranged in a very attractive show case.
Back Row: Walter Kleman, jack Hoeper, Armin Gerhardtmlr., Bert-lonely, Palmer Pietz, Duane Coenen, Lee Parrott, Richard Schultz, Carl Zeni-
sek, .lim McGuire, Elliott Riggs, Bob Bronsdon.
Third Row: Betty l-lopfensperger, Virginia Bollman, Pat Koflerhloan Otterness, Adelinejohnson, Barbara Fuszard, Pat DeKeyser,1Iean Christoph,
Sally Carpenter, 'lean Burr, Audrey Wanty, Lola Gorges.
Second Rowzjeanette Manteufel, .Ieanette Thorson, Doris Schroeder, Myra Be-hm, Gloria Zuleger, Yvonne Hull, Mardelle Sawyer, Marilyn Wer-
ner, Ellen Lampert, Velda Reimer, Claire Geiger, Mavis Peterson, Darlene Hatch, Lois Hardt.
Front Row: Charlotte Schultz, june Dahms, Marge Brien, Helen jones, Nancy Parker, Ruth Young, jean Kuchenbecker, Ruth McCrary, Ann
Parmenter, .lean Kuster, Marianne Muth, Joyce Larsen, Doris Thorson.
Many birds have survived the winter due to the many I
feeders. There are many feeding stations in and around the
city. All types of birds have been fed, and some feeders have
kept records of the different kinds seen.
The club sponsored a rabbit trapping contest and offered
prizes for the 25th, 50th, and 75th rabbit. These little "trouble-
makers" eat off the shoots of bushes and shrubs.
The Club sponsored a good ol' fashioned barn dance held
on the first of November.
In the early part of December the Conservation Club in-
vited Mrs. Clara Hussong to speak on "Wisconsin Wild-
Lifef' Mrs. I-lussong, who writes many newspaper columns is
a well-known Wisconsin naturalist.
The club had a very active and profitable year.
Feeding the birdies
Back Row: Carol Larson, Wilma Hansen, .Io Koch, Helen Burr, Helen Brooks, Marilyn Werner, Suzanne Hesselman, Daureen Snyder, Mary Helen
Third Row: Gloria Zuleger, Lorriellacohson, Marian Gerhardt,,Iean Burr, Ann Parmenter, Ruth McCrary, Hazel Dahl, Betty Drace, Betty Sharpley.
Second Row: Betty Huebner, Pat Abel, Lois Mielke, Shirley Mathison, Barbara Fuszard, Pat Strassen, Eugenia Erickson, Mary Rasmussen, Dar-
Front Row: Muriel Levy, Angie Temhelis, Ruth Young, Nancy Parker, Marilyn Mertz, Velda Reimer, Marianne Muth, -lean Kusrer, Barbara
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The Girls' Athletic Association which has been in existence since 1923, at present is composed of seventy
girls. Lois Hardt is president, Patty Blair, vice president, and Nancy Pauer, secretary-treasurer. Nancy Dieckhoff
is the freshman point recorder, Marion Gerhardt performs the job for the sophomores. The juniors have two girls,
Velda Reimer and Nancy Parker, recording points for them, and Jean Larson records for the seniors. Their advisor
is Mrs. Florence K. Oherreich, who is assisted in tennis by Miss Ruth Sawyer.
senior point recorder
freshman point recorder
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G. A. A. awards are given to the girls for attending
the meetings and participating in games. A circle of red and
white, on which are the letters GAA, is given to the fresh-
men, and numerals designating the year of graduation, to
the sophomores. The juniors are awarded a large N with
the letters GAA on the crossbar. The senior girls may earn
a star of red and white. To win these awards, field hock-
ey and volleyball are played in the fall, winter sports in-
clude volleyball and basketball, and in the spring, base-
ball, tennis and archery complete the year's activities.
The social program includes a pot luck supper, a swim
at an indoor pool, and an outdoor picnic for G, A. A. mem-
bers. An all-school sweater dance is sponsored by the G. A.
A. This is a gala occasion set off by sweaters galore-all
shapes and sizes. They are not only worn by the dancers,
but trim the gymnasium with many color schemes. Yes,
fun is had by all.
Back Row: Marilyn Williams, Correne Kraemer, Jean Kuchenbecker, Patti
Blair, Barbara Rasmussen, Pat DeKeyser, Beverly Bowers, Nancy Pauer,
Mary Pozolinski, Jean Larson, Lois I-lardt.
Third Row: Clara Albert, Valeria Bloom, Karlene Sawyer, Alice Wede-
wart, Patricia Zeniselc, Eva Brooks, Esther Lemke, Dorothy Kruse, Nan
Gundlach, Joan Zolkoske.
Second Row: Carol Robinson, Bonnie Johnson, Dorothy Rasmussen, Jane
Steinfort, Mavis Peterson, Joyce Larsen, LaVonne Laux, Sherrell Mallan,
Jeanette Westfahl, Kathryn Schultz, Betty Fahrenkrug.
First Row:Joan Tipler, Joyce Barrel, Jeannette Dorn, Doris Hughes,JO.1nne
Lobb, Mrs. Oberrich, Joan Smith, Joyce Redlin, Margaret Steller, Beverly
Westfahl, Yvonne Mason.
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Proving their skill
Back Row: Jeanette Manteufel, Darlene Schuette, Barbara Fahrenkrug.
Front Rowzjerry Achterberg, .jean Collipp, Ramona Nelson CCaptainD, Dick Wege, Nancee Single.
Go Neenah win that game
Keep your spotless fame
We will cheer you all the while
While you fight and fight! Rah-rahl
We'll cheer 'til echoes loud resound
For our joys are all profound
Then we'll sing to Alma Mater
With our cheerleaders leading us in our school
song, our Neenah High teams were spurred on to
many a victory by our faithful squad of cheerleaders.
Following a tryout in the auditorium, several
faculty members selected a squad of cheerleaders who
elected as their captain Ramona Nelson, a junior
and as assistant captain Dick Wege, also a junior.
Miss Brunswick became their new advisor this year.
At the football and basketball games, the cheer-
leaders were "in there pitching" all of the time.
When the proceedings were not the best for the
team, they were right there to get the support of
the students and townspeople cheering for the squad
and showing them that everyone was interested in
They developed some new cheers which were put
into use at various intervals and which aroused new
and higher interest. A new chant was adopted but
proved none too popular among the students and
faculty, particularly the faculty. Although 'AAll
You Rockets Stand Up and Holler" was not an ofli-
cial cheer, it usually brought down the house! Even
the townspeople liked it!
This squad of cheerleaders composed of Ramona
Nelson, Dick Wege, Jerry Achterberg, ,jean Collipp,
Nancy Single, Barbara Fahrenkrug and Darleen
Schuette deserve a great vote of thanks, because
many a time the teams of Neenah High School were
pulled through to glorious victories, because they
knew that the cheerleaders were doing their level
best toward the development of better school spirit.
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Front Row: Robert Pfeiffer, Phil Carey, Charles Bentzen, James Johnsen, Duane Schultz, Oscar Olson, Phil Kuehl, Dan Napuck, Gordon Camp-
bell, Carleton Giese, Lee Parrott, Bill Wood.
Second Row:James Kuehl, James Berg, James Schmidt, Willis Redlin, Armin Gerhardt, Jr., Jack Ducklow, Lynn Cooper, John Haselow, Tom
Stilp, Eugene Westphal, Murray Miller, James Dyreby.
Third Row:Jerry Dedering, Bill Tuttle, Jim Lenz, Ed Calder, Sam Cannon, Dick Schultz, Palmer Pietz, Harrison Sturgis, Paul Jacobson, Duane
Coenen, Bob Geiger, Carl Zenisek, Dick Boehm.
Fourth Row:Jim Kellett, Pat Casperson, AdelbertJensen, Dick Neller, Allan Pheifer, Sam Woolen, John Harwood, Cedric Babbitts, David Poul-
ton, George Nicholas, Ronald Boushley, Wally Christensen.
Fifth Row:James Jensen, Walter Bredendick, Bob Lieber, Donald Vanderwalker, EricJohnson, Gene Brooks, David Wistoph, Bob Collipp, Grover
Cowling, Tom Kuehl, Jim Powers.
Sixth R0w:James Howman, Wallace Johnson, Jim Quinn, David Martin, Jim Sarahny, Bruce Berg, Jack Neubauer, Fred Palmer, Richard Zinke.
Seventh Row: Verlyn Thomack, Charles Diestler, Bob Ducltlow, Harold Mentink, Robert Lund, Dick Frakes, Bill Miller, Gene Lee, Neil Christ-
offerson, Earl Page.
Back Row: Boyd Radcliffe, Edgar Jensen, Gerold Kuchenbecker, Kenneth Foster, Bernard Blank, Carl Rhode, Donald Colson, Karl Sawyer.
Neenah High School's 1945 gridmen completed one of the most successful seasons in
many a year by retaining their crown as Twin Cities champions and tying for second
place honors in the Northeastern Wisconsin conference.
On September 28, the local squad was victorious in their tilt against the New London
Bulldogs by chalking up a 24fl3 score. This game began the list of conference contests.
On October 13 the first home game of the season ended 24e12, a Rocket victory over the
Shawano Indians. The following week, October 20, the Rockets suffered their first con-
ference spill, 33 10, when they traveled to the home of the Galloping Ghosts of Kaukauna,
During the Rocket-Ghost tilt, right halfback Bill
Wood and lineman Bob Pfeifer received injuries which
prevented their taking an active part in play for the
remainder of the season. Bill suffered a broken ankle
and Bob a broken collar bone. Clintonville arrived in
Neenah the following Saturday, October 27, fully
prepared for action, and action it was for four long
quarters with bright Rocket skies turning to gloom
over the 14-12 defeat served them by the Truckers.
Gloom then returned to glory when the Red Rockets
marched up and down the field of their own gridiron
the following Saturday, November 3, in the most
fabulous and important pigskin classic of the season.
lVlenasha's BlueJays were trounced more than literally
as the 27fO score placed Neenah in the winning col-
umn for the second consecutive year.
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Coach Paff Prelude to Success
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Gridiron days of Neenah High School were concluded for the graduating senio
tilt. The school benefited by their valor and sportsmanship, and even though they will play no more for
rs this last fall after the Neenah-
Neenah High School their ability and fine
sportsmanship will not be forgotten.
We bid them all farewell and hope that
in the future the benefits they
gained in their pigskin experience
at Neenah High School will be a
profit to their lives forever.
Top Row: Lynn Cooper, quarterback, Duane
Schultz, guard, William Wood, right half and
a tain' lim Kuehl halfback
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Bottom Row: Gordon Campbell, tackle, Phil
Carey, endg Phil Kuehl, center, Carleton Giese,
end, Charles Bentzen, tackle, Oscar Olson,
Setting a new precedent in the annual homecoming
days of Neenah High School, the student body elected
a homecoming queen. Dorothy Rasmussen, a senior,
was elected, with Nancy Pauer, Ruth lVIcCrary, Patty
Abel and ,joan Hagen as royal attendants, represent-
The Royal Court
Flames of Prospettixe Defeat
The Fier y Charger
ing the senior, junior, sophomore and freshman classes
Festivities of the gala occasion got off to a fiery
start on November 2, the evening before the game,
when a giant pep parade, led by the high school band,
marched up and down the streets and avenues of the
Lixc-,lays to Dead Ducks
city. To add to the colorful spectacle, hundreds of
cheering students tramped gaily along, interspersed
with cleverly decorated floats representing ten
The homecoming festivities continued on the
following day at the athletic field. With a blare
of trumpets announcing the arrival, the queen and
her court made a dramatic entrance and were in-
troduced to the spectators just before the kick-oil'
of the Neenah-Menasha game.
As a fitting climax for the 1945 Neenah Homef
coming and to celebrate the gridiron victory, the
elated students gathered in the gym that evening
for a Harvest Dance, sponsored by the Home lico-
nomics Club under the supervision of Mrs. Lohr.
Thus the most festive homecoming in many a
year came to a close with everyone feeling joyously
satisfied with the homecoming festivities and glor
The Parade Marches Un
COACHES Zenisek, Jorgensen, Leaman and Beger
fveeh-G!! 04. MZILGJAG
27-O was the final score that November 3 when our
Neenah Rockets trounced the Blue Jays of Menasha
in the annual Twin City pigskin classic.
The first play after Neenah's kick-off was thejays'
downfall since Neenah recovered the ball to make a
touchdown when Menasha fumbled the kick. Jack
Ducklow was credited with the score when Tom
Stilp lateralled on a round end run from the Menasha
thirty-three yard line. Stilp's pass to Lynn Cooper
behind the goal made the score 7-O.
After returning the Rocket kick-off to their thirty
yard line, the Jays were forced to punt on the fifty
with the ball going out of bounds on the Neenah
fifteen. Soon the Rockets had advanced sixty yards
via a first down, placing them on the Menasha
seventeen. Again Stilp went around end lateralling
to Cooper Who transported the oval across the goal
line. The score then was 13-0 since the attempted
pass for the extra point was incomplete.
The Rockets started the second period by carting
the pigskin to the Menasha six yard stripe to be
halted by an intercepted pass. Menasha, after gain-
ing two first downs again, was forced to punt with
the ball going out on the Neenah forty. Neenah
scored again on the Hfth play after gaining posses-
sion when Jim Kuehl carried the oval across, and
Stilp kicked the extra point making the tally 20-O
at the end of the half.
Menasha's kick at the beginning of the third
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Ready for action
Kicking off to victory
period was taken by Jim Dyreby who advanced it to
the twenty-eight yard stripe. Shaking off three
tacklers on his way, Jack Ducklow drove forward
seventy-two yards for his second score of the day
after which Tom Stilp kicked the extra point to
make a 27-0 tally.
After returning Neenah's kick-off to their thirty
yard line, the Jays made a series of downs which
placed them on the fifty where they fumbled, with
Oscar Olson recovering. Thisyvas short-lived, when
the Rockets fumbled, after Sltilp's long pass to Jim
johnson with the Jays recovering.
In the last quarter, Olson again recovered a Men-
asha fumble following Rausch's CMenashaD fifteen
yard run for a first down, The Rockets marched deep
into jay territory only to lose possession by way of
a fumble. From here, the Jays advanced the pigskin
to the Rocket thirty yard marker but were halted
by four incompleted pass plays. Neenah regained
possession and kept possession of the oval until the
final gun sounded.
During the fourth period Coaches Arthur Paff of
Neenah and Eric Kitzman of Menasha made use of
their reserve squads, and during the game every re-
serve player on both squads, was used.
Front Row: ,lim Richard Powers, Bill Wood, Lynn Cooper, co-captain, Darrell Schultz, co-captain, Toni Stilp, Bill Krautkranier.
Second Row: Coach llorgensen, Carleton Giese, Fred Engel,'Ii1n Dyreby,'lin1'Iohnson, Roger Miller, Charles Rosenow, Manager,
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Kaukauna. . . . . .7
Shawano ...... . . .4
New London. . . . .2
Clintonville. . . ...I
Neenah High School's varsity basketball squad became widely
known this year for its numerous victories over the strongest
teams in the conference and various sections of the state. The final
tally showed that in the twenty-three games which were played,
including conference, non-conference, regional and sectional con-
tests, seventeen were victories while six were defeats.
Steering the Rocket crew from the quarter deck were Co-
Captains Darrell Schultz and Lynn Cooper who took turns acting
as floor captains of the various cage contests.
Fiery and fast was the Rocket delegation this year. They de-
feated the supposedly great Kaukauna Ghosts three times, twice in
conference play and once in the Regional tournament at Menasha.
In the Menasha tournament, the Rockets became the Regional
champions by defeating the Ghosts 2726.
Menasha's Blue Jays also fell twice before the mighty Rockets,
once in conference play and the second time during the Regional
When the Shawano Indians tripped the Rockets early in the
season, everyone gasped with horror and it looked like Neenah's
finish. They proved, however, that they would IIOE be beaten and
even might have won the state championship if the Reedsville
Panthers had not been too mighty for them.
This year Coach Jorgensen and his team had a line record, as
usual. We only hope as he and his boys do that next year and all
those in the future will be even better.
Under the leadership of Coach Gundlach, the B-Basketball
squad participated in a new and radically dihferent type of season.
The greater share of last season's squad were advanced to the varsity,
the ranks being filled with sophomores who are former members of
the 1944-45 freshman squad.
Conference competition this season was somewhat keener than
in the past. For the first time in a number of seasons the "B" squad
did not become the undisputed champions of the Northeastern Wis-
consin Conference of "B" basketball squads.
Great experience has been gained by the boys who played on
the B team this year, for they are quickly and surely developing into
cagemen of true varsity caliber. They will help till the vacancies on
the varsity squad in the coming seasons.
Competitive school spirit is always developed by such sports
as basketball. Playing on the B team prepares the boys for the var-
sity, for they learn all the techniques of shooting, passing, dribbling
and all the other phases of the game along with a keen code of
sportsmanship. All of these qualities are desired in a varsity squad
for every man must be able to keep his wits about him in order that
championship teams can bring honor to the squad members and
Coach John Gundlach has worked with boys of the B team for
the past few years. He knows all the angles of the game which aid
him in developing the smooth and precise technical qualities of
good basketball squads.
The team and coach deserve a great deal of praise for their
untiring efforts during one of the most dirlicult basketball seasons.
Front Roxv:,Iim Quinn, Tom llape, Dan Napuck, Paul llacobson, 'jack Giese, Dave Parker, Pat Casperson.
Second Row: Coach Gundlach,.1err5 Dedering, Gene Brooks, Lee Parrott, Dave Wistolf, Klohn Shoman, Sam Woolen.
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St. Mary. ., .... here. ..
Menasha. . . ..,. here...
Shawano ..,.. .... t here ....
Two Rivers ..... .... l uere ,....
Wauwatosn .... . . .here. . . . .
Whitefish Bay ...... .
Appleton ..... .... h ere .....
Two Rivers. .... there. . . .
Kaukauna ...... .... h ere... . .
New London, . . . . . here...
Menashu ..... .... t here. .
Shawano ..... .... h ere. . .
St. Mary ..... .... t here. .
Clintonville. . . ..., here. ..
Kaukaunn ...... .... t here ....
New London ........ here. . . ,
REGIONAL AT MENASHA
Valders . . .
Menasha. . .
SECTIONAL AT NEW LONDON
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St. Mary ..... .
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7fMenashn. . . .... here. . .
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Squads in action
Waualiy an pafzaie
Co-Captain Darrell Schultz played his third and last season of
interscholastic basketball this year. He was the only unanimous
choice for a guard position on an all-conference team elected by the
various coaches, revealing and respecting his ability to play a con-
sistently good brand of basketball worthy of the praise of all.
Co-Captain Lynn Cooper along with Darrell Schultz is a man
who made good progress in the two years that he played on the
varsity. He won renown for his handling of the forward position.
james Johnsen was another outstanding forward who played
his first year on the varsity squad. He played a type of game de-
serving the highest praise and resulting in his being elected to cap-
tain the squad for the 1946-47 season,
Tommy Stilp, one of the speediest guards in the conference,
became well known by all the fans for his fast ball handling and
long well-placed shots from the center of the court.
Carleton Giese returned again to the first string where he
swished those well-known hook shots from his center position,
making him one of the important cogs in the Rocket set of gears.
jim Dyreby, a junior, playing his first year as a varsity center,
played the cage game in true style with fast rebound work and
hook shots, attained to some degree by his great height.
Bill Krautkramet forged ahead this year with his faking plays
along with some fast rebound work. His fiery spirit and his de-
pendability made him a high caliber guard.
Bill Wood, another forward, who was kept out of active play
for the early part of the season, showed all the fans that he was
tops as a ball handler and a push-shot man.
Fred Engel was a tall, speedy forward who could make the
most of his physical qualities for obtaining jump balls and re-
bounds for the squad from the very moment that he appeared on
'lim Powers also came to the varsity squad this season as a
guard. He has a great fighting spirit which will help to make a
fine team next year.
Roger Miller played his first season at forward on the varsity
squad this year and did a fine job of ball handling and rebound
This squad of eleven hard fighting cagemen fought their way
up the ladder of fame this year to become conference and regional
champions, bowing in the sectional play-offs to the mighty Reeds-
ville Panthers who are now the Wisconsin State Champions.
The varsity parade has passed, and although seven of the
squad will play no more for their Alma Mater, their fame marches
Iohnsen V Y Dyrehy
Kfaufkfamef Miller Powers Engel W00f-l
20-24HSummer bliss is interrupted by thoughts of schoolfsale of
27-3lfMore books sold Qof course we start studying them right
31fWOrientation dayg Frosh get acquainted with the school.
4'School startsg school rules read to the sleepy-eyed students. First
issue of the "Cub." First auditorium session with Mr. Mennes as
the speaker. Rocket staff has hrst meeting. All students Fill out
5fEirst meeting for boys to learn to run the movie machine. QMr.
Gundlach is the instructorj
6fStudents were found eating lunch out in the yard Qtrying to
recapture the mood of a summer picnic?D
7fSchedule changesfgrand rush on Mr. Mennes' ofhce.
Swimming and dancing at the "Rec"
84"Cub Mixer"-Who is the biggest Frosh wolf? Who gets the key
to Maizie's room? Bobby Hughes furnished the music.
1CPClubs start organizing this week. Kids are submerged with piles
of school work. Now the Frosh know what big brother or sister
meant by home work.
11fAssembly tickets sold for 9 super assemblies. Already the "lost
and found" gets a customer for a wallet.
l2fTag football and horseshoe tournaments start.
14fDance at the "Rec" at 8 p.m. Pictures taken of all students.
17eFirst paid assemblyeliarla, the Seeing-eye Dog.
18fPLEASE use the bike racksg that is what they're for.
19-Final tryout for cheerleaders.
20-Frosh take standardized tests.
Hall monitors organized.
214Frosh footballfSt. Mary's vs. Frosh at 4 p.m.
24-Fill program cards.
25AVictory Stamp sale.
Assembly with Capt. Donald R. Donaldson as speaker.
26gMr. Nick Engler speaks to us about the magazine sales campaign.
Rocket jacket to be worn by high salesman each day.
274The campaign is on. Who will wear the Rocket jacket?
28-Pep assembly for the New London game.
29-Dance at the "Rec" only 10 cents.
1YNominations for class officers got in full swing.
Frosh, Dallas Anderson wore Rocket jacket for being high sales-
man with 512.50
24Frosh way ahead on the campaign. Cas usual?
T New pep club being organized by girls. Class meetings held.
-G.A.A. potluck supper.
4High salesman yesterday was Bob Brondson with S24, so he wore
the Rocket jacket.
5fReceived the pictures we had had taken and some of us are really
j Pep assemblyg Biology Club hikeg tryouts for the play.
T 6fNeenah plays St. Mary's, and so we have a pep assembly-to get
us in shape.
l High salesman was Lowell Bonnin with 32350, so he wore the
l Rocket jacket.
' 8!Final day for magazine sales. X-rays for T.B. taken.
1CPSales over and the Frosh way ahead in prizes and in cash.
11-Election of class officers.
12-Election of student council members in the home rooms,
Pep assembly last period. A
13-Neenah vs. Shawano in football.
Conservation Club Dance.
15-"No smoking on the school grounds," wonder why that was
16-Coin Club organized.
-First six weeks report cards given to the smiling students.
-Rotary Club speaker.
-Student Council Meeting.
-Bert Shurtleff and wrestling assembly.
27-Neenah vs. Clintonville game.
28-Elect Homecoming Queen. Dorothy Rasmussen the winner.
3C-Chamber of Commerce holds meeting in auditorium on the
youth center and ofhcers for the board are elected.
31'--Halloween Night. Dance at the Armory and a Boys' party at
1-Steam up for the game Saturday. Some enthusiastic students
even go through the halls giving cheers.
2-Pep'meeting and the team gets a ribbing with a Truth or Con-
sequences program. Special football edition of the Cub and a
Pep parade and dance at the Rec. What a day.
3-Neenah vs. Menasha and we did it again!
6-Teachers meeting and we get out early. QWhy don't they do
this more often?j
7-Awards handed out to football team at assembly for fine work
done this year.
13-Auditorium speaker-Mr. Young doing magic tricks and
speaking on Rotary.
Subscription for Rocket starts.
14-J. H. Armstrong talks to us in assembly.
15-Dance at Rec with juke box music. Play postponed-flu bug
bit Doug Hansen-OUCH!
16-No school, teachers convention,
-Star Dusters play at dance at Rec.
-Youth Club name contest, with cash prizes-every one enters
but that couldn't be because of the money.
20-Thespian play, "Spring Green."
22-23-Thanksgiving recess. Some happy faces for a change.
28-Assembly-Henry Williams, Harpist.
12-Choirs present Christmas program under direction of Miss
14-Johihson Bros. present assembly on reptiles.
-Conservation Club Tree Planters Dance.
-Sale of Senior announcements-looks like we're really getting
18-Clara Hussong spoke to Conservation Club. Biology Club
Christmas Party. Neenah vs. Two Rivers.
19-Sale of R.E.C. cards, for membership in new youth center.
20-Christmas Assembly sing.
School out ten minutes early.
21-Band presented Christmas concert. Vacation begins at three
22-to Jan. 7: Vacation.
31-New Year's Eve party at Rec.
Noon hour volleyball renewed activities.
fElection of Boys' Pep Club officers,
Free throw tournament in gym at noon, ping pong and checkers
f-Neenah vs. Kaukauna-dance at Rec after game.
G.A.A. Sweater Dance. Hub Caps from Oshkosh played.
Victory Clothing Drive.
Tickets on sale for Neenah-Menasha game.
24, 25---'Semester Exams.
e Neenah-Menasha game. Exams ended.
ffSophomore Class Star Dance from 8 to 12.
fReport cards. What, again?
-Rocket stationery on sale.
Neenah vs. Shawano.
Toboggan party at Rec for members only.
Neenah vs. St. Mary 's.
'Neenah vs. Clintonville.
Movie of Russia.
fStardusters hit the air waves over WHBY.
Dance at Rec with Stardusters playing.
fAssembly on glass blowing.
fDebate team present auditorium program.
-Regional basketball tournament at Menasha starts.
-Band presented concert at student assembly.
'Neenah won regional tourneyffDebate team fourth
'Biology Club Bird Hike.
Pep assembly for New London sectional.
Big blizzard hampers transportation to New London.
Neenah won consolation chance.
fTB skin tests.
Dr. Bedford talked on future homes.
fOshkosh High School band presented program.
fRed Cross Benefit Dance at Rec.
fFirst day of s wrin fand everyone acted it too
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Got out early to see movie for Red Cross drive
Dance at Rec.
-Easter vacation began, lasted a week and a day.
-Come back to school, and wonder why.
fBoth choirs go to Menasha.
School closed for Memorial Day,
We, the members ofthe Rocket Staff and the students of Neenah
High School Wish to extend our gratitude for the hne manner in
which you have helped to make this Rocket Z1 success.
As future citizens we hope to show our appreciation by patron-
izing those advertisers who contributed to the- success of the 1946
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DeKeyser, Mary ....,.
Dempsey, Shirley .....
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Dietz, Ronald ....
Discher, Robert. . .
Dordel, Phyllis. . .
Dorn, Jeannette ....
Dorow, Janis ....
Dowling, John. . .
Drace, Betty .... . .
Drew, Michael .....
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Dyreby, Jim ...... . . .. .3l, 49, 70, 73
Denkert, Avery ..... ,..,,.... 3 2, 58
DeRoche, Alfred ..., ........... 3 I
Dorow, Janis ..,.... ,...... 1 9
Eake, Betty Jane ..., ,..,,...,.. 3 1
Eake, Marion ..... ,,...,....... 3 2
Ebert, Robert ..... ..,...,, 3 2, 44, 53
Eblen, Dorothy ..... .,... 1 9, 53, 55, 57
Eckstein, Arden ..... ......... 3 2,
Ehrgott, Joan. . ,
Eiss, Eleanor .,..
Ellis, June ......
Engel, Fred. ...... ..... 1 9, 62, 70,
Engel, Mary ....,,., .,....... 3 4,
Engel, William ..... ........,.. 3 1, 47
Epps, Thad ....... ........,.... 3 4, 46
Erickson, Eugenia. , .,... 40, 44, 58, 60, 62
Erickson, John ..... ...,. ,................ 00
Erickson, Shirley .....,... ....,... 3 3, 45, 58
Fahrenkrug, Barbara Ann ..,,..,, 34, 44, 60, 63
Fahrenkrug, Betty Jane ..,.... 32, 33, 44, 58, 61
Flenz, Ethel ......,..... .......
Flood, Fred ...,...... . ...,.......... .
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Foster, Jacqueline. ,
Foster, Kenneth. . , .
Frakes, Richard ...,
Frank, Paul ........
Frank, Pauline .....
Frank, William ...,
Frazee, Melvin .....
Fredrick, June .....
Freier, Gerald .... , .
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Gauger, Bernice ....
Gauger, Ernest .....
Geheke, Dana ....
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Geiger, Claire .....
Geiger, Robert .....
Gerhardt, Armin jr.
Gerhardt, Marian. .
Gerold, Karlene ....
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Gibson, Mabel ....
Giebel, Roy ,....
Giese, Carlton ....
Giese, John .....,.
67, 70, 73
Gorges, Lola ..,,.. .... 3 2, 59
Gorr, Margorie. . .,,.... 32
Graef, Edna, . . ,,... . .47
Graff, Lavonne. ...,... 35
Gross, Kurt ...... ..,. 3 5, 46, 54
Gross, Paul ,,..... .,,...... 2 0
Grunske, Joyce ,...
Gullickson, Ruth .,..
Gundlach, Nan ....
Gunther, Lloyd. , .
Guthu, Ardythe ...,,
Haag, Joe ........
Hackstock, Donald .,...
Hagen, Joan ..,...
Hanisch, Thelma. .
Hansen, Dorothy, .
....35, 44, 68
Hansen, Douglas... .,.. 31, 56
Hansen, Virginia .... ..., 2 0
Hansen, Wilma ........,,.............. 32, 60
Hanson, Carol .....,,.........,.....,.. 20, 45
Hardt, Lois ....... 20, 43, 46, 47, 57, 59, 6l, 62
Harness, Helen .......,.......,... ......... 2 0
Harness, James ...........,... .,........., 3 5
Harness, Nancy ..... . . , 35
Harness, William .... .,.., 00
Hart, Marian ......,,. ..,. 3 2, 46
Hartfiel, Isabelle ........ ..... 3 1
Hartzheim, Howard ,.... ...... 1 4
Harwood, John ......, ..,, 3 2, 50
Hase, Geraldine ..... ...... 3 5
Hase, Robert. . . ...... . . 35
Haselow, Bill ..... .... 2 O, 48, 62
Haselow, John .... ..,... 3 1, 48, 58
Hass, Jane ........ ...,........., 3 2
Hatch, Darlene ..,.. .,... 2 l, 44, 59, 62
Hatch, Lois ...... ....,....... 3 5
Haufe, Joyce. .,..... ,,...,.... 3 5
Haufe, Rachel ......,. ..... 2 1
Hawkinson, Shirley ..,,. ..,, 3 2, 45
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Hawley, James ....,
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Heckner, Helen ...,
Hefti, John ..... ,,..
Heider, Beverly, ..... .
Heider, Eleanore E. .
Hillegas, Winifred. ..
Hinterthuer, Bill ....
Hintz, Erich .......
Hoag, Shirley ,.,,..
Hoehne, Carlton ....
Hoehne, Harold ...,
Hoeper, Barbara. . .
Hoeper, Jack ...,.
Hoest, Elmer ....,,
Hoffman, James ....
Hole, Shirley ..,,..
Homblette, Jack ....
Hopfensperger, Betty. ,,...
Howman, James. .
Huebner, Betty.. .
Huebner, Lois ....
Hughes, Doris ....
Hulbert, Clyde ....
Hull, Yvonne .,..
Hunsicker, Dorla ....
Hutchins, Bruce. . .
Huth, Gerold .....
Huth, William ....
Ihde, Eunice ....
Jacob, Gordon ....
Jacob, Steve ......
Jacobson, Lorraine. .
Jacobson, Paul ........
Janssen, Edgar ....,.
Jape, Thomas ....
Jelenski, Robert. . .
Jensen, Adelbert. .
Jensen, James ...,.
Kellett, Jim .......
Jensen, William .4..
Jessie, Jacqueline. . .
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Johnson, Adeline ...,
Johnson Ardys Ann. .
Johnson Bonnie ...,.
Johnson Darold ....,
Johnson EricJ. . . . .
Johnson Jacquelin. . .
Johnson, James L.. .
Johnson, James R. , .
Johnson Marilyn. .
Johnson, Peggy. . . .
Johnson, Sally ....,
Johnson, Wallace. .
Jonely, Bert .......
Jones, Barbara. . .
Jones, Bette ...,.,
Jones, Marilyn. , .. .
Jones, Mary Helen. ,
Jones, Virginia .,...
44, 50, 52, 56,
Julius, Arthur ........
Jungenberg, Archie ..... . . .
Jugenson, John ....
Kalkoske, Jack ....,
Karlas, Lucy .....,
Karlas, Rose ..,.
Keck, Diana ....,.
Keck, Jacquilyn ,...
Kellerman, Carol E
Kellerman, Carolyn .... ........
Kemp, James ......
Kemp, Jean ...,.
Kemps, Russell ,...
Kent, David .......
Keiper, Ruthie .,..
Keisow, Donald. ..
Kiesovv, Gerald. . ,
Killoran, Bernard .,...
Kissinger, Roland ,
Kitchin, James ..,.
Klatt, Rachel ......
Klart, Ruth ...,.
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Klavetter, Sally ..,.. ..... 3 3 Krieg, Joann .......... ,.... 3 5,
Kleinhenz, Leslie ...... ,.... 2 2 Krueger, Betty May ..... ..... 2 2,
Kleman, Walter ..... .,.. 3 1, 59 Kruse, Dorothy ........................ 33,
Klitzke, Robert ,.... ..... 2 2 Kuchenbecker, Ellen ................... 33,
Kloehn, Joyce .... . .,... 35 Kuchenbecker, Gerald .........,......,... .
Klug,Joanita ...., ....... 3 1 Kuchenbecker, Jean. .31, 51, 56, 57, 59, 61,
Kobinsky, John. . . ,... 31, 58 Kuchenbecker, Morris ...............,. . . . .
Koch, Dolores ..,. ..... 3 3 Kuehl, James ......,.,.......,.. 22, 49, 62,
Koch, Eugene ...,. ..... 2 2 Kuehl, Phil .............. 22, 41, 43, 49, 62,
Koch, Jo ....... ,,,, 3 1, 60 Kuehl, Tom .,....,......,............. 48,
Koch, Joretta ..,.. .,,.... 3 5 Kuether, Dorothy Patricia. . . .... 22, 44,
Kofler, Patricia. . . ,,.. 31, 59 Kuettel, Jane ,,..,........ .... . 31,
Kofnetha, Doris. ..... 45 Kuhr, Jean .........,... ........ .
Kohne, Joyce ,.... ....... 3 1 Kulogo, Catherine. , . .... .31,
Koletzke, Elaine .... .... 2 2, 51 Kulogo, Eva ....., ..... 3 5,
Konow, Henry ..... . .,,.. 33 Kuster, Jeanne ..... .... 3 1, 59,
Korner, Ethyl ....... ..... 4 O Kuttig, Bill ...... ....,....
Korner, Margaret ..... .....,.,,..,... O O Laflin, Joan ....,. .....,.,..
Krablean, Donald ..... .................. 2 2 Lambert, Mary. . . .,....... . . . .
Kraemer, Correne ..,.. .,,.. 3 1, 43, 45, 58, 61 Lam err, Ellen ...... .... 3 1, 44, 59,
Krautkramer, Bill .,... ,...,.. 2 2, 49, 70, 73 Lanclgkron, James .... ...,.. 3 3, 50,
Krempien, Thomas. . ....,.......... 22 Lansing, Harold .... ......., . .
Krieg, Jean .,..,,. ........ 3 5, 44 Larsen, Donald .... ......
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Phone 1271 Neenah 109 N. Church St. Telephone 437
Larsen, Joyce ............. 22, 46, 52, 56, 59, 61 Littlefield, Charles .... ..... 3 1, 50, 51, 53, 55
Larson, Arland ...,.. .................... 3 5 Lloyd, Evelyn ...... ............. 3 1, 46
Larson, Carol ...., ........... 3 1, 46, 60 Lloyd, Irene ...... ..,........ 2 3, 45
Larson, Charlotte. ........... 35, 44, 58 Lehl, Ernest ...... ,,,.,,,, 3 5
Larson, Jean .... .... 2 2, 50, 51, 61, 62 Lobb, Joanne ....... .... 3 5, 61
Larson, John ..... ..... ............ 3 3 , 58 Lopas, Richard ..... ...... 3 3
LaRue, Curtis ............. ....,.....,... 3 5 Lopas, Vida .... . . ........ 23
LaRue, Glen ................ ..... 3 3, 44, 58 Luebke, Waida. . . .... 23, 46
Lautenschlager, Beverly ...............,... 33 Lund, Francis .... ,,,, 3 1, 58
Laux, Dolores ..........................,. 35 Lund, Robert ...,... ,.,,,,, 3 5
Laux, LaVonne. . . ................... 35, 61 Madsen, Janice ....... ,,,, 3 3, 44
Lawson, Kirk .... .... 3 5, 50, 51, 53, 54 Mahoney, Donald ,.,.. .... 2 3, 48
Lazotte, Wilbur. . ......,..... 14, 35 Malchow, Donald. .... .....,... . 33
Lee, M. Gene ....... .............. 3 5 Mallan, Sherrell ...... ........ 3 5, 61
Lemke, Dorothy ...... ................ 3 1 Manteufel, Jeanette .... ..... 2 3, 59, 63
Lemke, Esther Ann .... ...... 3 3, 46, 47, 61 Manteufel, Sylvia ....... ..,,,, 3 1, 45
Lenz, Jim ...,....... ......... 3 1, 49, 62 Markovich, Mary ....,.... ,,,, 3 5, 46
Leverance, Albert. . . .................. 35 Marquardt, William Jr ..,. . , , , , ,31
Levy, Muriel ..... .,.. 3 1, 55, 57, 60, 62 Marsh, Merle ........... ,,,,, 3 5
Lieber, Robert .... ................ 3 3 Martens, Karl ......... ,,,,,, 6 2
Lieber, William ...,. ......,... 3 1, 49 Martens, Ralph ..... ,,,,, 3 1
Liess, Jerome ..... ...... 5 0, 53 Martin, David ....., ,,,, 3 4, 35
Lisk, Leila Mae. . ...... 23, 52 Martin, Ed ....... ,,,, 3 1, 49
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Extends to the faculty and
students of Neenah High
School heartiest thanks for
your valued patronage and
co-operation in the making
of photographs for
Martin, Marilyn. , . ..... 33 Meyer, Frank. . . . .
Martin, Robert ,,.. ...,, 3 1 Meyer, Verna. . . . . . .
Mason, Mary Jane .,., ,,.... 2 3 Mielke, Lois ...........,
Mason, Yvonne ..... .,... 3 3, 61 Mikkelsen, Catherine Mae
Mather, Marilyn ..... ,...,, 3 3 Miller, James .......,....
Mathison, Mavis. ..., ..,..... 3 3 Miller, Mary Jane ..... . .
Mathison, Robert .....,.,..,,..,,,........ 31 Miller, Murray ...,,
Mathison, Shirley ,...... ....,.... 3 1, 45, 60 Miller, Nettie ..,..
McCrary, Ruth ....... 44 55, 57, 59, 60, 62, 68 Miller, Paul Roger. . . .
McGuire, Jimmie. . . . . .
McKellip, Archie ,...
McNamara, Betty .,..
Meier, Godfred ........
Melchert, Kenneth ,,...
Mentink, Harold ..,.
Mertz, Richard ...,
Mertz, Marilyn. .
Mertz, Walter, . .
Messman LaVerne. .
Metzig, Richard. . .
Doris Jean. .
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Miller, Violet .....
Miller, William. . .
Moore, Marilyn. . .
Moseng, Beverly. .
Moulton, James .,.,,. .
Mueller, Eva Mae.
Mulvey, R. Carol.
Mulvey, Russell. . ,
Murphy, John ...,.
Murphy, Patricia .,..
Muth, Marianne. .
Muth, Richard ....
Muttart, Laura. .
Myhre, Barbara. .
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Nagel, Margorie ..... ..,.,,.... 3 3, 46 Ott, Arletta. . ...... 35
Napuck, Dan ...... ,... 3 1, 48, 66, 70 Ott, Jeanne. . , ..,...... . .24
Neff, Larry ........ .......,........ 2 4 Ott, Roene ....,, .......... 2 4, 40
Neller, Nancy ..,,. ...,,........,. 3 5, 46 Otterness, Joan. . . ........,.. 45, 59
Neller, Richard .... ...., 3 3, 43, 46, 50, 62 Owens, Robert .... ..... 2 4, 46, 47, 49
Nelson, Ramona. . . ...........,. 31, 63 Pagel, Etna ..... ,.......... . .24
Neubauer, Bonita .... .,...... 3 5, 44, 58 Pagel, Lois Mae. . . . . . .33
Neubauer, Eileen ...,. ....... 3 3, 58 Pagel, Marvin, . ,... 25
Neubauer, John ..... ,,.. 3 4, 35, 46 Pagel, Stella ..,. ,... 2 4
Neubauer, Marvin. . . .,,.... 24, 44 Pagel, Walter ..... , , . .35
Nickolas, George .... ,,.. 3 2, 33, 68 Palmer, Freddy ...,. .... 3 5
Nickolas, John .... ..... 2 4, 46 Palmer, Howard .... ........... 3 5
Nielsen, Allene .... ....... 2 4 Parker, Danny .... .,.,,..,,.., 0 0
Nielsen, Beverly .... ..... 3 5 Parker, Dave. . . .,,.. 33, 44, 70, 71
Nielsen, Harold ..... ......, 0 0 Parker, Janet ..... ............ 3 5
Nollan, Walter ...,.... .,.. 3 1, 49 Parker, Nancy ...., ,... 3 1, 59, 60
Nussbaumer, Edith ..... ,... 3 3, 44 Parmenter, Ann. , . ,,..,... 31, 59, 60
Oehlke, Ronald ..... ..... 3 1 Parmenter, Jean. .... .,,.......... 3 5, 46
Olson, Dale ........ .....,..,.. 3 3 Parrott, Lee Leslie .,.. ..,.. 3 3, 59, 66, 70, 71
Olson, Dick ...i. ............ 0 0 Pauer, Nancy ..... ,.., 2 5, 51, 52, 56, 61, 68
Olson, Oscar ....... .... 2 4, 49, 66, 67 Paul, Beverly ..... ...,...........,. 5 2
Orbert, Beverly .... .........,.. 2 4 Paff, Armin ..... ........,.....,. 0 0
Oskar, Dick ...., ...,.., 3 3, 58 Page, Earl .... .... 0 0
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Paulson, Barbara. . .
Paulson, Laverne. . .
Payne, Donald .....
Payne, Gordon .....
Payne, Lois ,.......
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Peterson, Carol ....
Peterson, Eugene. . ,
Peterson, joan ..,..
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Pheifer, Robert. . . . .
Philippi, Gloria ..,.
Donald . . .
Pietz, Palmer .......
Pitsch, Kenneth. . , .
Pitsch, Rose .....
Pomrening, Rita. . .
Popp, Bette Belle, .
Pors, John ....... . .
Poulton, David ....
Powers, Jim Ray. . .
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Powers, jim Richard ....
Pozolinski, Mary. . .
Prindle, Orrin ......
Pufhal, Melvin ....
Pyritz, Ralph... ..
Quinn, James .... . . .
Radcliffe, Boyd ....
Radcliffe, Phyllis. , .
Raehl, Lorraine ,....
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Randall, Melvin .... .......
Rasmussen, Marian .... ..,..
Rasmussen, Mary. . .
Rasmussen, Peter ....
Ratzburg, Donald, .
Reese, Robert ...,..
Redlin, Joyce .......
Redlin, Kenneth ....
Redlin, Willis .....
Reichel, Lois. . .
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Reimer, Emilie .... .......,. 2 5, 52 Rosenow, Edwin ..., , , . 35
Reimer, Velda. . . .,.. 31, 40, 59, 60 Rosenow, Tom ...... . . . . . 26
Reinhart, Lois .... .,......,.... 2 6 Rozanski, Ann ....,.., .... 2 6 45
Reiss, Edward ......,. .... 3 5, 58 Rozanski, Elizabeth .... . ,.... 33
Remmel, Mary ......... .... 3 5, 44 Rozell, Patricia ....... ...... 3 5 44
Rieckmann, Emerson ,... ......... 2 6 Russell, Harold ..... .......... 2 6
Rieckmann, Willard ..... ........,.. 3 5 Ryan, Patty ...... ..... 3 5, 45 58
Riggs, Elliot .......... .... 4 8, 56, 59 Salm, Beverly .... ..... 3 3, 50 68
Riggs, Nancy ........ ..,.. 3 5, 44 Salmeen, Nilo ...,... ...,..... 3 5
Ritter, Arnold ..... ,..,.., 3 5 Samuelson, Dolores, . . .... 45 52
Rinet, Grace ,.,.... .... 3 3, 50 Sanders, Nancy ..... .......... 3 5 44
Rinet, Rosalie .... ...,..... 3 3 Sarafiny, Jimmy ..,... .............. 3 5
Riviers, Harold ..... .........,, 3 1 Sarafiny, Rose Marie.. ...,, 26, 44, 52 62
Robinson, Carol .,... ..., 3 1, 47, 61 Sauer, LeRoy .,..... .......... 3 5 58
Robinson, Edna ..,.. ...,..... 3 3 Sauer, Robert ..... .....,.... 3 5
Robinson, Mary ....... .... 2 6, 57, 62 Sawtell, Susanne. . .... 35 45
Robinson, Shirley Mae. . ......... 33, 52 Sawyer, Karl ..,,... ...... 3 5 66
Roblee, Frank ........ .............. 3 5 Sawyer, Karlene .,,. ........ 3 5 61
Rogalska, Eddie .... .... 3 1, 49, 56, 58 Sawyer, Mardelle.. . ..... 31, 52, 59
Rogers, Ronald .... ....,........ 2 6 Schaefer,June .... ...... 3 1 57
Rohde, Carl ....... ........... 3 5 Schanke, Elmer ..... ....... 3 3
Rohde, Lorraine ..... ...... 3 5, 40 Scherer, Betty ,.., ..... 3 1
Rosenow, Charles. . . .... 31, 49, 70 Schmidli, Louise.. . . . .26 46
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Schmidt, james Paul
Schnetzer, james ,,..
Schnetzer, jean .,....
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Schroeder, Doris. . .
Schubart, Paul ,..,,
Schuette, Darlene. .
Schuette, Darwin. .
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Schwand t, Edwin . ,
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Schwartz, Shirley. .
Seager, Lois .......
Sharpley, Betty ....
Shoman, John .....
Simons, Robert ....
Single, Nancee ....
Skafte, Mona .....
Robert. . . ..
Skibba, Juanita ..,.
Skibba, Greg ......
Smith, Beverly .....
Smith, Dawn.. . ..
Smith, Donald ....
Smith, Gordon... . .
Smith, Jean ......
Smith, Joan .....
Smith, Robert ....
Snyder, Daureen. .
Snyder, Jack ....,.,
Sorensen, Ken .....
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Stedman, Pauline .... ..... 3 1, 44, 55, 56
. . ............... Z7 Syring, Rita ...... . .
... Taves, Helen.. . . . .
Tangu ay, Donald ..., .,.........
Steinfort, Audrey. . .
Steinfort, jane ....
Steinfort, Jerome. . .
Steller, Margaret. . .
Stelow, Pete .....,.
Stilp, Jim ........ . .
Stilp, Tom ........
Stocker, Betty .,....
Strandberg, Ernest. .
Strandberg, Kathryn. .. . . . . . .
Strasser, Sally ......
Strey, Barbara .....
Strusinske, Lois .....
Stuebs, Orlie ....,.
Sturgis, Harrison ..... . i .
Sullivan, joan .....,...... .
Sweetalla, Virginia M.. . . . . .
Swentner, Betty ......... . . .
Seich tenberg, Don. .
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Tembelis, Angie .... .....
Tembelis, James. ....
Tews, Phyllis .......
Thomack, Verlyn .....
Thomack, Wilmer.. ,
Thomas, Carol .... .
Thompson, joan ......
Thompson, Marilyn. . .
Thompson, Ruth ....
Thomsen, Thomas ....
Thorson, Doris .....
Thorson, Jeanette. . .
Thorson, Nancy ..... . .
Throne, Billia ......,....
Tipler, Delores ,Ioan ......
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Torns, Robert ......
Tornow, Bertha .....
Troxell, Lois ....
Tuttle, William .....
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Unser, William ........ .......,,,....... W ilke, Russell ..... ....
Vanderhiden, John ,..... .,.. 3 5, 51, 53, 54, Will, Frederick ..., . . ..... . .
Vanderwalker, Donald. . . ...,........ 49, Williams, Bob ..... .,.... . . , .
Veeser, Robert .... ..,.. ,,........ 3 1 , Williams, Marilyn. . . ..... 31, 46,
Volkman, Donna ...,. ..,...... W ilms, Dick ....... . . ,....... . .
Vought, Donald .... ...., 2 7, 43,
Wanty, Audrey ..... .,.... 3 3,
Webb, Joyce ,.... .........
Webb, Russell ,,.. ........ 2 8,
Wedewart, Alice. ..... 35, 44,
Wege, Dick ,... ,..,. 3 1, 58,
Weiss, Carol ....,, ...,...,.
Weiss, Margaret. . . ..... . . . .
Werner, Marilyn ..... .....,,.. 3 1, 59,
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