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We, the Senior Class of 1953, hope that in dedicating this book to Mr.
S. F. Shattuck, We may show our appreciation for all his services and his
splendid leadership and ability. His exemplary character, his continued interest
and work with young people, his philanthropy, and his unsellishne s have . ,
given us a guide to a successful life. We salute him beca se we l he '
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BOARD OF EDUCATION
MR. MGLZOVV, MR. EPPS, DR. QUADE, MP.. SUND, President
MR. HRUBECKY, MR. HOCIIHOLZER, MR. MORTENSEN
MH. HAROLD B. MENNES, S'l4pCl'il'Z1CVl0ZCHf of
MISS GRIFFITHS MR. SPOO MR. CHRISTOPII
Neenah High School is under the able direction
of the administration which includes Mr. Harold B.
Mennes, Superintendent of Schoolsg Mr. ll. O.
Borgen, Principalg Miss Grifliths, Dean of Girlsg
Mr. Christoph, Dean of Boysg and lVlr. Spoo, Guid-
Mr. Mennes is in charge of all of the Neenah
Schools. He meets with the school board to discuss
the needs of these schools and secures appropria-
tions to keep them going.
Mr. Borgen directs and advises the teachers and
students. He makes the decisions concerning school,
policies and serves as the advisor of the Student
The Dean of Boys is Mr. Christoph, who, in
addition to being the advisor of the senior class,
must counsel the boys, direct the parking of cars
and bikes and advise the hall monitors.
Miss Grilltiths, the Dean of Girls, helps the girls
with their problems and aids in the direction of
the Girls, Senate, a group which she started.
Mr. Spoo, the Director of Guidance, helps place
students in jobs and aids them in choosing the col-
lege they wish to enter or vocation best suited for
them. He is the advisor of Psychometry Club and
also teaches English.
Miss Kiscr-Spanish. Latin
Mr. Harris-English, Speech
Mr. Poellingcr-Printing. General Slnwp
Mr. Zcnisck-Mziciiinc Shim, Ccncrul Slmp
Mr. Carlinrch-VI'ooclwflik, Ccncral Shop
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Miss Iluglws-Wwrlcl IIistm'y
Miss Gi'iIIilI1sfS11ciuI I'mIiIc1nf
Mr. WIIIIZIIII5-f.AlllCl'ICil11 History
Mr. PuuIton-Gcograpliy, Special Classcs
Mr. Thuxnzis-Civics, VVorIcI Histury
Miss Gullikson-V I Iumc Ilcunmiilu
Miss YULlIlgfS13CCCI1 Cor1'cctiu11
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Fond memories of the past four years with all of its
enthusiastic events have now come to an end, and all too
soon has time marched on.
We were welcomed into Neenah High School at an
exciting Cub Mixer, and were designated as "Greenhorns"
by painted green noses.
ln October, we chose our class officers to guide us ably
through the year. Bill Wiesner was President, Dick Prine-
Vice-President, Gail Loehning-Secretary, and Elaine
On October 18, the freshman girls held a mother-
daughter tea. Our boys entered many athletic activities.
Rosemary Salm and Jean Parker were the freshman
co-attendants to the Homecoming queen.
We had our class party on January 29 and sponsored
our first dance on April 15.
The time passed quickly, and soon summer vacation
After three exciting months, we were anxious to return
as"Sophisticated Sophomores," Cas the saying goesj,having
passed the crisis of our freshman year. We felt as though
we had really achieved a place in Neenah High School
We chose Tom Kaufman to lead us. The other ofiicers
were Bill Kutscher-Vice-President, Rosemary Salm-
Stggetary, and Kathy Hoover-Treasurer.
etty Wojcik represented our sopliomofe cEiss as at-
tendant m the Homecoming queen. ,.
We worlEf'1ia17dTthrouglTmagazine sales to earn money
with which to sponsor our spring dance on January 27.
The girls cheered while the boys participated and won
in many athletic activities.
On April 24 we held the Sophomore-Junior Mother-
Vacation rolled around soon, but those three months
We returned in the fall of 1951 and worked earnestly
earning money in order to sponsor a very successful
Junior-Senior Prom. We chose Don LaHin as President.
Tony Koehn-Vice-President, Judy Dixon-Secretary, and
Mary DuBois-Treasurer, to accomplish a successful junior
Carol Bowman was the junior attendant to the Home-
On the evening of May 3, several hundred couples
danced to Tony Winters' Orchestra in an atmosphere of
an "Oriental Dream." To reign over a memorable evening,
Dick Jorgensen was crowned Prom King and Madelyn
Johnson was crowned Prom Queen.
The sophomore-junior girls entertained their mothers
at a tea sponsored by Girls' Senate on May 13. '
Our boys became a dehnite asset in all sports while
girls and boys alike were filling in as officers of many
Some of our boys and all of our classmates participated
in the State Basketball Tournament at Madison.
Mary DuBois, Pat Spiegelburg, Carol Thiel, Judy
Dixon, Jean Parker, and Marlene Lee were elected to the
Girls' Senate for next year.
Marilyn Werling represented the girls at Badger Girls'
State and Dick Bine, Bill Wiesner, and Jack Schiebler
represented the boys at Badger Boys' State.
Gail Loehning went to Norway during the summer,
under the American Field Service Plan. She had many
interesting facts to tell upon her return.
The year came to an end and we realized that our
senior year would be our last together as a class. We
elected our class officers Jack Schiebler-President, Keith
Olski-VicefPresident, Mona Lauritzen-Secretary, and
Kathryn Bisel was our choice for Homecoming Queen.
On Senior Career Day, October 29, we heard various
speakers to help us determine the vocation we would enter.
Our successful senior dance, "Winter Wonderland" was
held on December 19.
The boys on the football team helped lead their team-
mates to a conference co-championship-the first in the
history of our school!
Mona Lauritzen was chosen to receive the annual
Many seniors participated in the annual choir and band
tournaments, held March 21 and April 25, respectively.
On the evening of March 24, the Girls' Senate sponsored
the annual Mother-Daughter Banquet for the senior girls
and their mothers. Judy Dixon served as toastmistress. A
varied arrangement of talent completed the program.
On April 9, Jack Schiebler and Aubrey Fowler traveled
to Milwaukee and were on a television program to receive a
National Award given to Neenah High School for the
program the students presented during National Education
The American Association of University Women in-
vited the senior girls of the Twin Cities as their guests at
a lovely tea at the YWCA, on April 14.
The evening of May 2, the Junior-Senior Prom was
held in the gym. We entered into an "Enchanted
Castle" for a royal evening in an enchanting atmosphere.
The reigning couple was Jack Schiebler and Mary DuBois.
We studied hard to prove our ability on our final exams
on May 28 and 29.
The Senior Banquet was held at the Valley Inn on
Baccalaureate was held Nlay 31 and only one more
big event of our school days was in store for us. To the
familiar strains of "Pomp and Circumstance," we took
our places on Graduation night-June 3.
Chairmen of the various committees included: Darlene
Peterson, Ralph Kinzel. Gail Loehning. Lois Elmgren.
Rosemary Salm, Judy Dixon, Marilyn Werling, Carol
Bowman. Gloria Dorn, Dick Bine. Nlona Lauritzen. Cyn-
thia Albert, Sandi Nixon, Louis Erdmann, Kathy Hoover,
Walter Drew, Bill Wiesner, and Tom Kaufman.
VVe. the class of 1953 are looking forward to our futures
at college, at jobs in industry, or in homes of our own, so
we can put to work for us the lessons that we have gleaned
so diligently from our teachers and from experience. To
be sure, we will often recall the fond memories of this
part of our life we are leaving behind, never to return to
RUTH AGGERS-Entered as a senior from Prince-
ton, Indiana, Band 4, Commencement Cap and
Gown Committee 4, Pep Band 4, Rocket FI yping
CYNTHIA ALBERT, i'Cynth"fBand I, 2, 3, 4,
Commencement Announcement Committee
Chairman 4, C1411 Staff 3, 4, G.A.A. I, Girls'
Senate 2, Hall Monitors 4, Rotary Luncheon 3,
Safety Club Secretary and Treasurer 4.
KRIS ANDERSON, "Andy,'-Commencement An-
nouncement Committee 4, Conservation Club 1,
3, Football 3, Intramurals 1, 2, Mixed Choir 1,
Science Hobbies Club I.
ROBERT ANDERSEN, "Andy"-Band 1, 2, 3, 4,
Commencement Music Committee 4, Intramurals
3, 4: Projection Club I, 2, 3, 4, Track 2.
ROBERT AVERY, "BobI'-Baccalaureate Nlusic
JACQUES BAILLIEN, "Griz"-Foreign exchange
student from Liege, Belgium. Biology Club 4.
BETTY BENGEL, "Bangy"-Commencement
Music Committee 4.
KENNETH BEMOVVSKI, "lN'louse"-Entered as a
sophomore from Stevens Point, Wisccinsili. Band
2, Basketball 2, 3, 4, Intramurals 2, 3, 4, Senior
Banquet Business Committee 4.
BERNARD BESTLER, ''Bernie"-Conservation
Club I, Football 1, 2, 3, 4, Intramurals 4, Senior
Banquet Business Committee 4, Student Council
1, Track 3.
KATI-IRYN BISEL, i'Kaa"-Band l, Biology Club
4, Class Treasurer 4, Commencement Decora-
tions Committee 4, G.A.A. l, 2, 3, 4, Girls'
Senate I, Hall Monitors 4, Homecoming Queen
4, Latin Club 3, Pep Club 3, 4, Rocket Staff 4:
Rotary Luncheon 4, Science Hobbies Club 4,
Student Council 2, Secretary 4.
SHIRLEY BLAJESKI, "Shirley"-Re-entered as a
Senior from Racine, Wiscrmnsin. Baccalaureate
Decorations Committee 4, G.A.A. I, lylixed Choir
ROBBIN BONNIN, Bonney"-Biology Club 2,
Conservation Club 1, 2, 4, Cub Staff 1, 2, Debate
l, 2, 3, 4, Flower, Motto and Colors Committee 4,
Forensics 2, 3, 4, Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4, Latin
Club 3, Pep Club 3, Projection Club 2, 3, 4,
Science Hobbies Club I, 2, Track I.
ATHLEAN BORESON, "Athie"-Band 1, 2, 3,
Biology Club 3, Secretary 4, Commencement An-
nouncements Committee 4, Conservation Club
2, G.A.A. 2, 3, 4, Hall Monitors 3, 4, Latin Club
CAROL BOVVMAN-Band I, Cheerleaders 1, 2, 3,
4, Commencement Cap and Gown Committee 4,
Conservation Club 1, G.A.A. 1, 2, 3, 4, Girls'
Senate 2, Hall Monitors 3, 4, Latin Club 3,
Library Club I, 2, 4, Pep Club I, 2, 3, Treasurer
4, Rocket Echoes Associate Editor 4, Rocket
Typing CtrEditor 4, Rotary Luncheon 2, Rotary
Essay 3, Student Council 2.
MARYLIN BREAKER-Baccalaureate Speaker
Committee 4, Conservation Club 4, G.A.A. I, 2,
3, Girls' Senate 3, Hall Monitors 4, Pep Club 1,
4, Rotary Luncheon 3.
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tion Club 1, 2, 3, 4, G.A.A. l, 2, 3, 4, Girls
Senate 3, Hall Monitors 3, 4, Library Club l.
2, Pep Club 4, Rocket Staff 3, 4.
KENNETH BREDENDICK, "Curly"--lliology
Club 2, Treasurer 3, President 4, Conservation
Club I, 2, Hall Monitors 4, Intramurals l, 2, 3,
4, Memorial Committee 4, Pxotary Luncheon 3:
Thespians' Treasurer l, 2, 3, 4.
MARVIN BROEHNI, "Marblesn-Conservation
Club 1, 2, 3, C1411 Staff 4, Intramurals l, 2, 3, 4,
Projection Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Rocket Echoes 4,
Safety Club Vice President 4, Senior Banquet
Entertainment Committee 4, Student Council 4.
ROBERT BUIITS, "Bob'!Band 1, 2, 3, 4, Intra,
murals 1, 4, Memorial Committee 4, Pep Band
2, 4, Safety Club 4, Science Hobbies Club 3,
Spanish Club 4.
DARLENE CHARRIER, "Tootie"-Class Song
Committee 4, Cub Staff 4, Girls, Choir l, 2,
Home Economics Club 2, Library Club 4, Mixed
Choir 3, Pep Club 4.
JOHNI COLEMAN, 'flrish'!Commencement Cap
and Gown Committee 4, Conservation Club I, 2,
Football l, 2, 3. 4, Hall Monitors 4, Intramurals
1, 2, 3, 4, Mixed Choir 2, 3, Track 2.
ROBERT COVVLING, "Bob"-Commencement
Program Committee 4, Culo Staff 3, 4: Intra-
murals 4, Hocket Echoes 4, Safety Club Presi-
JANET DARLING-Entered as a junior from
Marshfield Iligh School, Band 3, 4, G.A.A. 3,
4, Hall Monitors 3, 4, Pep Band 3, 4, Senior
Banquet Entertainment Committee 4.
EDMOND DE KEYSER, "Eddy"-Baccalaureate
Program Committee 4: Conservation Club 3, 4.
KAY DENNEY-Conservation Club 2, Culo Staff
I, G.A.A. 1, 2, 4, Girls, Choir 1, President 2,
Girls' Senate 3, Hall Monitors 3, 4, Latin Club
3, Library Club 4, Mixed Choir 3, 4, Pep Club
4, Senior Banquet Entertainment Committee 4.
JUDY DIXON, "Dick"-Biology Club 2, Vice-
President 3, 4, Class Secretary 3, Class Will and
Prophesy 4, Conservation Club 2, Board Mem-
ber 3, 4, C1117 Staff 1, 2, Feature Editor 3, Co-
Eclitor 4, G.A.A. I, 3, 4, Girls, Senate 4, Hall
Monitors 3, 4, Latin Club 4, Pep Club 2, 3, 4,
Rocket Echoes 4, Rocket Stall l, 2, 3, 4: Rotary
Luncheon 2, Student Council 4.
SHIRLEY DOBBERKE, "Hona'!l3accalaureate
Music Committee 4, Girls' Choir 3, Home Eco-
nomics Club l, 2, 3, 4, blixed Choir 4.
HANS-HENRICH DORMER, "Hans"-Exchange
Student from Hamburg, Germany. Science
Hobbies Club 4.
GLORIA DORN, "Dee"ACheerleaders 2, 3, Cap-
tain 4, G.A.A. 1, 2, Girls! Choir 1, Rocket Echoes
4, Rocket Staff 3, 4, Senior Banquet Decoration
ALICE DRACE, "Allie'I-Baccalaureate Program
Committee 4, Biology Club 3, Conservation Club
I, G.A.A. l, 2, 3, Pep Club 2, Projection Club
2, 3, Rocket Echoes 4.
NANCY BREAKER, ''Nan"-Baccalaureate Decora-
tions Committee 4, Biology Club 2, 4, Conserva-
WALTER DREVV, l'VVally"-Commencement Dec-
oration Committee 45 Conservation Club 15 De-
bate 15 Intramurals 1, 25 Latin Club 35 Pep Club
2, 35 Projection Club I, 2, 35 Rocket Staff 3,
Photography Editor 45 Science Hobbies Club
President 45 Tennis I, 2, 35 Thespians 4.
MARY JEAN DUBOIS, "CiCi'!Band I, 25
Biology Club 45 Class Treasurer 35 Memorial
Committee 45 C.A.A. I, 2, 3, 45 Girls, Senate
President 45 Latin Club 3: Pep Club 2, 3, 45
Rocket Echoes 4.
ESTHER EHLERS-Commencement Speaker Com-
mittee 45 C.A.A. I, 25 Home Economics Club I,
JOAN ELLIS, 'floanie"-Commencement decora-
tion Committee 45 Conservation Club I5 C.A.A.
I5 Girls' Choir I, 2, Treasurer 3, 45 Projection
NANCY ELLIS, "Name"-Band I, 2, 3, 45 Biology
Club I5 Nlemorial Committee 45 Cub Staff 2, 3,
Exchange Editor 45 G.A.A. I5 Hall Monitors 45
Pep Band 45 Rocket Echoes 45 Safety Club 45
Spanish Club 45 Thespians 4.
LOIS ELIVICREN, "Loie',-Band I, 2, 3, 45 blem-
orial Committee 45 Conservation Club 25 Cub
Stall 2, 3, Front Page Editor 45 G.A.A. 1. 2,
Point Recorder 3, 45 Girls' Senate I5 Latin Club
35 Library Club I, Vice-President 2, President 45
Pep Band l, 2, 3, 45 Pep Club I, 2, 3, Vice-
President 45 Rocket Stall 2, 3, Business Maniger
45 Rotary Luncheon I5 Rotary Essay IIf'n'1rable
Mention 35 Science Hobbies Club 45 Thespians
2, 3, President 4.
DAVID ERDMANN, "Dave"-Baseball 2, 45 Con-
servation Club I, 45 Hall Monitors 45 Intramurals
I, 2, 3, 45 Senior Banquet Decoration Committee
LOUIS ERDMANN, "Louie"-Band I5 Bacca-
laureate Speaker Committee 45 Football I, 2,
Manager 3, 45 Latin Club 45 Pep Club I, 2, 3,
45 Rocket Echoes 45 Rotary Luncheon 45 Thes-
pians Treasurer 45 Track Manager 2, 3, 4.
ROGER ERICKSON, "Rog"vCommencement An-
nouncements Committee 45 Conservation Club I,
35 Latin Club 2, 35 Nlixed Choir I5 Rotary
ROBERT FAHRENKRUC, "Fahre"-Band I, 2,
3, 45 Class Song Committee 45 Football I, 2, 3,
Co-captain 45 Intramurals I, 2, 45 Pep Band 45
Pep Club 25 Track 1, 2, 3, Co-Captain 4.
DONALD FISHER, "Don'.'-Band I, 25 Basketball
I, 25 Conservation Club 2, 3, 4, Football I5
Hall lVIonitors 45 Intramurals I, 2, 3, 45 Tennis
l, 2, 3, 45 Senior Banquet Entertainment Com-
DONALD FOTH, "Don"-Basketball 15 Conserva-
tion Club I5 Flower, Motto and Color Commit-
tee 45 Football I5 Hall Monitor 45 Intramurals 45
AUBREY FOWLER, i'A.R."-Band I, 25 Com-
mencement Speaker Committee 45 Culo Stall 2,
Sports Editor 3, 45 Debate 2, 3, President 45
Forensics 3, 45 Latin Club 35 Pep Band 25 Rocket
Staff 2, 3, Co-editor 45 Rotary Luncheon 25
Science Hobbies Club I, 2, 35 Student Council 45
RALPH FRAKES-Baccalaureate Speaker Commit-
tee 45 Conservation Club 1, 45 Culo Stag l,
Sports Editor 25 Debate I, 25 Forensics I, 25
Intramurals I, 2, 3, 45 Pep Club 2, 3, 4.
DELORES GAUGER, "Laurie"-Band 1, 2, 3, 45
Commencement Music Committee 45 G.A.A. I5
Home Economics Club 3, 4.
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DAVID GERHARDT, "Dave"-Cap and Gown
Commencement Committee 4, Conservation Club
1, 2, 3, 4, Cub Staff 3, Football 2, 3, 4, Intra-
murals 3, 4, Track l, 2, 3, 4.
LOIS GERRITS, "Loie"-Commencement Speaker
Committee 4, Conservation Club 2, Cub Stall'
2, G.A.A. 1, 2, 3, 4, Library Club 1, 2, Pep Club
ROBERT GINNOW, "Bob"-Commencement
Speaker Committee 4, Conservation Club 1, 2,
3, 4, Hall Monitor 4, Intramurals l.
LESTER HANSEN, i'Les,'-Basketball I, Football
l, Hall Monitors 4, Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4, Safety
Club 4, Senior Banquet Decoration Committee 4.
CAROL HAUFEAConservation Club 2, 4, Flower,
Motto and Color Committee 4, G.A.A. l, 2,
Mixed Choir 2, Psychometry Club 2, 3, Rocket
Echoes 4, Rocket Staff 3, 4.
DIANA HEINZ, ''Pickles''-Commencement Music
Committee 4, G.A.A. 1, Hall Monitor 4.
CAROL HOEHNE-Band I, 2, 3, 4, Biology Club
2, 3, 4, Commencement Announcements Com-
mittee 4, Conservation Club I, 2, Cul: Stal? 4,
G.A.A. I, 2, 3, 4, Hall Nlonitors 3, 4, Home
Economics Club 2, 3, 4, Pep Band 2, 3, 4,
Projection Club 3, Student Council 4.
MARGARET HOEHNE, "Toot"ABiology Club
4: C1410 Staff 4, G.A.A. I, Girls, Choir 1, 2, 3,
Hall Nlonitors 4, Home Economics Club 4:
Senior Banquet Decorations Committee 4.
RICHARD HOEPER, "Dick"-Cub Staff 2, Intra-
murals 3, Senior Banquet Decorations Committee
IAMES HOFFMAN, "jim"-Biology Club 2, 3, 4,
Commencement Program Committee 4.
KATHRYN HOOVER, "Kathy"-Biology Club 2,
3, 4, Commencement Caps and Gowns Commit-
tee 4, Conservation Club 3, 4, G.A.A. I, For-
ensics 4, Girls' Senate 3, Hall Monitors 4, Latin
Club 2, Pep Club 2, Rocket Echoes 4, Rocket
Staff 2, 3, 4, Rotary Essay 3: Rotary Luncheon
I, Science Hobbies Club 4, Student Council l.
KATHARINE HRUBECKY, "Herbie'i-Band 1,
Biology Club 4, Flower, Motto and Color Com-
mittee 4, G.A.A. I, 2, 3, 4, Hall Monitors 4,
Latin Club 3, Library Club 2, Pep Club l, 2,
3, 4, Rocket Echoes Editor 4, Rocket Staff 4,
Rotary Luncheon 4, Thespians' 2, 3, Secretary 4.
JOYCE HRUBESKY, "Red"-Band 1, 2, 3, G.A.A.
1, Hall Monitors 3, 4, Senior Banquet Entertain-
ment Committee 4.
CHARLES JEROME, "Chuck"-Baccalaureate
Music Committee 4, Science Hobbies Club 3,
Spanish Club 4.
NIARGERET JENSEN-Biology Club 2, Com-
Illcllcelllelit Speaker Committee 4, G.A.A. I, 2,
3, 4, IIaIl Monitors 4, Pep Club 2.
DOREEN JOHNSON-Baccalaureate Music Com-
mittee 4: Band l, 2, 3, 4, G.A.A. 2, Hall Moni-
tors 3, 4, Pep Band 2, 3, 4.
ELAINE IOYCE-Band I, Biology Club 4, Class
Iireasurer I: Class Song 4, Commencement Cap
and Gown Committee 4, Conservation Club 2,
G.A.A. I, 2, 3, Vice-President 4, Girls' Senate
Treasurer 2, Hall Monitors 4, Latin Club 3, Li-
brary Club 2, Pep Club I, 3, 4, Psycliometry
Club 4, Rocket Typing Stall Co-Editor 4, Rocket
Art Staff 4, Rotary Luncheon I, Student Coun-
cil Treasurer 4, Tliespians 4.
SUSAN JURY, ''Suzie"-Baccalaureate Music Com-
mittee 4, Band I, 2, 3, Conservation Club 2, 3,
G.A.A. I, Girls' Choir 4.
THOMAS KAUFMAN, "Moose"-Baccalaureate
Program Committee Chairman 4, Badger Boys'
State Alternate 3, Class President 2, Conserva-
tion Club I, 2, Board Member 3, President 4,
IIaII Monitors 4, Intramurals I, 2, 3, 4, Rotary
Lunclieon I, Safety Club 4.
RALPH KEMPS, "Tiff"-Basketball I, 2, Con-
servation Club 2, 3, 4, Hall Monitors 3, 4, Intra-
murals I, 2, 3, 4, Memorial Committee 4, Mixed
Clioir I, Pep Club 2, 3, 4, Track I, 2.
RALPH KINZEL-Baccalaureate Music Chairman
4, Band I, 2, 3, 4, Biology Club 2, 3, 4, Com-
mencement Cap and Gown Committee 4, Debate
I, 2, Football I, IIaII Monitors 3, Intramurals
I, 2, 3, 4, Pep Band I, 2, 3, Director 4, Pep Club
3, Projection Club 2, 3, 4, Rocket Stall 4, Rotary
Luncheon 4, Safety Club 4, Science Hobbies
Club 4, Tbcspians' 2, 3, 4, Track I, 2, 3, 4.
SHIRLEY KNAACK, "Proxie''-Baccalaureate Pro-
gram Committee 4, Home Economics Club I,
ANTHONY KOEHN, "Tony"-Basketball I, 2, 3,
4, Class Vice-President 3, Football 1, 2, 3, 4,
Hall Monitors 3, 4, Intramurals I, 2, 3, 4,
Memorial Committee 4, Pep Club 2, 3, Rocket
Echoes 4, Tennis I, 2. 3. 4, Track I, 2.
RICHARD KOERNER, "Dick"-Band I, 2, 3, 4,
Class Song 4: CIHI7 Staff 4, Intramurals I, 2, 3,
Pep Band I, 2, 3.
DONALD KONITZER, "Spike"-Football I, 3, 4,
Intramurals I. 2, 3, 4, Pep Club 2, 3, Senior
Banquet Entertainment Committee 4, Track I, 2,
,IANICE KREUTER, i'.Iannie"-Conservation Club
4, G.A.A. I, 2, Girls' Choir I, Library Club 3,
Memorial Committee 4, Psyclioinetry Club 2, 3,
JACK KUEHL, ''Key-hole''-Commencement Dec-
oration Co1n111ittee 4: C1411 Staff 3, Intramurals
2, Rocket Echoes 3, Safety Club 4.
ROBERT KLIEHL, "Bob"-Basketball I, 2, 3, 4,
Conservation Club I, 2, 3, 4, Intramurals I, 2,
3, 4, Pep Club I, Senior Banquet Business Com-
mittee 4, Track I, 2, 3, 4.
ANTOINETTE KUETHER, "Toni"-Biology
Club 2, 3, 4, Conservation Club 2, 3, 4, Culv
Stall 2, 3, Copy Reader 4, G.A.A. I, 2, 3, 4,
Hall Monitors 3, 4, Mixed Choir I, 2, Pep Club
2, 3, 4, Rocket Echoes 4, Rocket Staff 2, 3, 4,
Senior Banquet Decoration Committee 4, Spanish
fu 1 4.
VVILLIAM KUTSCHER, "Kutch"-Band 1, 2, 3,
4, Basketball 1, 2, 3, Class Vice-President 2,
Connnencement Decoration Committee 4, Con-
servation Club 4, Football 1, 2, 3, 4, Hall lN'1oni-
tors 4, Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4, Pep Band 4, Pep
Club 1, Rocket Art Stall 4, Rotary Luncheon
3, Student Council Vice-President 4, Track 1,
2, 3, Co-Captain 4.
MARJORIE LABRE, "Margie"-Biology Club 4,
Cheerleaders 1, 2, 3, 4, Conservation Club 2, 3,
Flower, Motto and Colors Committee 4, G.A.A.
1, 2, 3, 4, Pep Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Rocket Echoes
Associate Editor 4, Rocket Sta1'15 3, Rotary Lunch-
eon 2, Science Hobbies Club 4.
1 1 " "-Baccalaureate Speaker
iommittee , an 1, 2, Basketball Manager 1,
2, 3, 4, Class President 3, Football Manager 2,
3, 4, Hall Monitors 4, Intramurals 2, 3, 4, Latin
Club 3, Pep Club 3, Rocket Echoes 4, Rotary
Luncheon 3, Student Council 3, President 4,
Track Manager 2, 3, 4.
STEVEN LANDIG, 'ASteve1'-Commencement Pro-
gram Committee 4, Conservation Club 1, 2, 3,
4, Football 1, 2, Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4, Mixed
Choir 1, 2, 4, Projection Club 1, Science Hobbies
Club 3, Student Council 3.
MARILYN LARSON, ''Merlien-Baccalaureate
Program Committee 4, G.A.A. 1, 2, Hall Moni-
tors 3, 4, Home Economics Club 4, Library Club
RAMONA LAURITZEN, "lV1ona1'-Biology Club
2, 3, 4, Class History 4, Class Secretary 4, Con-
servation Club 2, 3, Cuh Stall 1, 2, 3, Business
Manager 4, D.A.R. Representative 4, G.A.A. 1,
2, Historian 3, President 4, Girls' Senate 1, Hall
Monitors 3, Pep Club 3, 4, Rocket Stafl 2, 3, 4,
Student Council 3.
MARIETTA LAZOTTE, ''Lizzy''-Baccalaureate
Program Committee 4, G.A.A. 1, Cirls' Senate
2, Home Economics Club 3, 4.
MARLENE LEE-Baccalaureate Speaker Commit-
tee 4, Band 1, 2, 3, Conservation Club 2, 3, 4:
G.A,A. 1, 2, 3, 4, Hall Monitors 3, 4, Home
Economics Club 2, President 4, Pep Club 4,
Rocket Stall 2, 3, Spanish Club 4, Thespians'
STANFORD LEVY, "Stan'!Biology Club 1, 2,
President 3, 4, Conservation Club 2, 3, Football
Manager 4, lntramurals 1, 2, 3, 4, Pep Club 4,
Projection Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Senior Banquet Enter-
tainment Committee 4, Thespians' 4, Track 1,
CAIL LOEHNING-Badger Girls' State 3, Band
1, 2, 3, 4, Biology Club 4, Class Secretary 1,
Commencement Music Committee 4, Forensics 1,
2, 3, 4, G.A.A. 1, 2, Latin Club 3, Pep Band 3,
4, Backer Echoes Associate Editor 4, Rocket Staff
3, Co-Business Editor 4, Rotary Essay 3, Rotary
Luncheon 1, Thespians' 2, 3, 4.
SHARON lX'lART1NY-Band 1, 2, Biology Club 2,
4, Commencement Program Committee 4, Con-
servation Club 2, C1411 Stall 1, 2, 3, 4, G.A.A.
1, 2, Girls' Senate l, Hall Monitors 3, 4, Latin
Club 3, Pep Club 2, 3, 4, Psychometry Club 1,
2, 3, 4, Rocket Staff 1, 2, 3, Co-Editor Editorial
Stall 4, Rotary Luncheon 3, illhespians' 1, 2,
SHIRLEY MUCHA, "Slim"-Entered as a junior
from Antigo High School, Antigo, VVisconsin.
Commencement Speaker Committee 4.
HAROLD MUELLER, "1larry"-Commencement
Announcement Committee 4, Conservation Club
1. 2, 3, 4, lntramurals 1, 2, 3, 4.
EILEEN NENNIG, '1Lee"-Entered as a sophomore
from St. joseph School, Appleton, VVisconsin.
Baccalaureate Program Committee 4, Girls' Choir
3, Home Economics Club 3, 4.
SANDRA NIXON, "Sandi"-Biology Club I, Point
Recorder 2, 3, -lg Commencement Cap and Gown
Committee Chairman -lg Conservati'on"CIub I, 2:
Cul? Stall' 2g G.A.A. 1, 2, 3, -lg Girls' Choir lg
Hall Monitors -lg Latin Club 3g Library Club -lg
Mixed Clioir 2g Pep club -lg Rocket Stall 2, -l.
KEITH OLSKI, "Luke"-Baseball l, 2, 3, -lg Class
Vice-President -lg Commencement Cap and Gown
Committee -lg Conservation Club 3, -lg Cul: Stall
-lg Football l, 2, 3, Co-Captain -lg Hall Monitors
-lg Intramurals l, 2, 3, -lg Pep Club 3g Rocket
Echoes -lg Rocket Stall -lg Student Council 4.
CLARENCE OSTROVVSKI, "Nick"-Football 3,
-lg Intramurals 1, 3, -lg Projection Club Ig Senior
Banquet Business Committee -l.
JEANNE PARKER, "Jeanie"-Band lg G.A.A. I,
2g Girls' Senate -lg Ilall Monitors -lg Rocket
Echoes -lg Senior 'Banquet Decorations Commit-
DONALD PARKS, ",lirn"-Band l, 2, 3g Class
Song Committee -lg Conservation Club 1, 2, 3,
-lg Football l, 2g llall Monitors -lg lntrarnurals l,
2, 3, -lg Pep Band 2, 3g Pep Club I, 2, 3, -l.
IJARLENE PETERSEN, "Pete"-Baccalaureate
Decorations Committe -lg Band Ig C1411 Stall: 1, 2g
G.A.A. l, 2, 3, -lg Hall Monitors 3, -lg Library
Club 2, 3g Rocket Stall 3g Rotary Essay Honor-
able Mention 3g Safety Club -l.
ANNE PEUGEOT-Entered as an exchange stu-
dent lrom Versailles, France. Biology Club -l.
SALLY PIIILIPPI-Band I, 2g Biology Club -lg
Conservation Club l, 2g Cul: Stall lg G.A.A. lg
Girls' Choir 3, -lg Hall Monitors -lg Library Club
3, -lg Rocket Echoes Art Editor -lg Senior Banquet
Decorations Committee -lg Spanisli Club -l.
JAMES POTRATZ, "I'oltey"-Baecalaureate Dee-
orations Committee -l Biology Club 2, 3, -l.
ELLEN REICIIEL, HEI"-Biology Club 3, -lg Con-
servation Club I, 2, 3, -lg Cub Stall -lg G.A.A.
l, 2, 3, -lg Girls' Senate 2g Hall Monitor -lg
Library Club l, 2, 3, Latin Club 3: Pep Club l,
-lg Rocket Echoes Art Editor -lg Senior Banquet
Decorations Committee -l.
DAVID REILLY, 'lSwede"-Entered as a senior
from Mellen lligli Scliool, Mellen, VVisconsin.
Band -lg Baseball -lg Commencement Caps and
Gowns Connnittee -lg Intramurals -lg Tliespians' -l.
BEVERLY REVVEY, "Bev"-Biology Club 2, 3, -lg
Commencement Caps and Gowns Committee -lg
Conservation Club 2, Secretary 3, -lg G.A.A. l, 2,
3: Girls' Clioir 2g Mixed Clioir l, 3, -lg Usliers
Club Treasurer 3, President -l.
RICIIARD RINE, "Dick"-Badger Boys' State 3g
Baseball 2, 3g Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4g Class Vice-
President Ig Football I, 2, 3, Co-Captain -lg
Ilall Monitor 4g Intramurals l, 2, 3, -lg Latin
Club 3g Pep Club 3g Rocket Echoes -lg Rotary
Luncbeon lg Student Council Vice-President 3g
Senior Banquet Business Committee -lg Tennis l,
2, 3, Captain -l. .
'lANE'l' RIVET, ''lan"-Cominencement Committee
-lg Girls' Clioir l, 2, 3, -lg Projection Club -l.
CAROL ROBINSON, "Putsy,'-Commeneement
Committee -lg G.A.A, lg Girls' Clioir 2, 3g Ilall
Monitor 3g llome Economics Club 3, -l.
CAROL BUTTER, "But"-Biology Club 2, 3, 45
Caps and Gowns Committee 45 Cheerleaders 2,
3, 45 Conservation Club 35 Cub Staff 45 G.A.A.
I, 2, 3, 45 Girls' Choir 25 Hall Monitor 45 Pep
Club l, 2, 3, 45 Psychometry Club 4.
THOMAS RYAN, "Tom"-Basketball 1, 2, 3,
Captain 45 Conservation Club 1, 25 Intramurals
I, 2, 3, 45 Latin Club 35 Pep Club 2, 35 Senior
Banquet Business Committee 45 Student Council
15 Tennis I, 2, 3, 4.
ROSEMARY SALM, "Rosie"-Class Secretary 25
Conservation Club 2, 3, Board Member 45 Cub
Staff 2, 3, Editor 45 Flower, Nlotto and Color
Committee 45 Forensics 2, 35 G.A,A. 1, 2, 3,
Secretary 45 Girls' Senate 15 Hall Monitor 45
Latin Club 35 Mixed Choir I5 Pep Club 2, 3, 45
Rocket Staff 3, 45 Rotary Luncheon 35 Student
MARY SCHINIIDT-Flower, Motto and Color
Committee 45 Hall Monitor 4.
JOHN SCHIEBLER, "jack"-Badger Boys' State
35 Band 1, 2, 3, 45 Basketball 1, 2, 3, Manager
45 Class Prseident 45 Football I, 2, 3, 45 Intra-
murals l, 2, 3, 45 Latin Club, president 35 Pep
Band I5 Rotary Luncheon 15 Science Hobbies
Club 45 Student Council 35 Tennis I, 2, 3, 4.
DOUGLAS SCHNEIDER, "Doug"-Commence
ment Music Committee 45 Cub Staff 4.
CHARLES SCHULTZ, "Chuck'!Basketball I:
Commencement Committee 45 Conservation Club
I5 Intramurals 45 Mixed Choir I.
ROBERTA SCHULTZ, "Bobbie"-Biology Club I,
2, 3, 45 Commencement Speaker Committee 45
Conservation Club l, 2, 35 Cub Staff l, 25 G.A.A.
1, 2, 3, 45 Girls' Choir l, 2, 3, 45 Pep Club 45
Spanish Club 4.
HENRIETTA SCHWANDT - Baccalaureate
Speaker Committee 45 Girls' Choir l.
KENNETH SIEVERT, "Ken"-Band l, 25 Base-
ball 45 Basketball Manager 3, Player 45 Bac-
calaureate Speaker Committee 45 Conservation
Club 45 Hall Monitors 45 Intramurals l, 2, 3, 4:
Latin Club 35 Pep Club 35 Rotary Luncheon 2.
JOAN SMITH, "joannien-Commencement Pro-
gram Committee 45 G.A.A. l, 45 Hall Monitor 4.
CHARLES SORENSEN, "Chuck"-Baseball I5
Caps and Gowns Committee 45 Football 1, 2, 3, 45
Intramglrals 2, 3, 45 Student Council 45 Track
l, 2, , 4.
PATRICIA SPIEGELBERG, HPZIIH-CTOIIIIHCIICC'
ment Speaker Committee 45 Conservation Club 2.
3, 45 G.A.A. l, 2, 3, 45 Girls' Senate 45 Hall
Monitors 45 Mixed Choir I, 2.
MARILYN STOEGBAUER, UMarla"-Biology
Club 45 Conservation Club l, 2. 35 G.A.A. I. 2.
3, 45 Hall Monitors 45 Latin Club 35 Pep Club
l, 2, 3, 4: Senior Banquet lfntertainment Com-
DAVID STREY, "Dave"-Baccalaureate Music
Cornmittee 45 Baseball 35 Biology Club 25 Foot-
ball I5 Hall Monitors 45 Intramurals I, 2, 3.
PATSY TAPPAN, "Pat"-Band I, 2, 3, 43 Class
Song Committee 43 Commencement Caps and
Gowns Committee 43 Conservation Club 33 Cub
Staff 2, 3, Proofreader 43 G.A.A. l, 23 Girls'
Choir Accompanist 2, 3, 43 Hall Monitors 43
Pep Band 2, 3, 43 Pep Club 43 Rocket Staff 3,
Editorial Co-Editor 43 Student Council 4.
AUDREY TERRIAN-Baccalaureate Decorations
Committee 43 Biology Club 2, 33 Conservation
Club I, 2, 3, 43 G.A.A. I, 23 Pep Club 4,
CAROL THIEL, "Toots"-Baccalaureate Program
Committee 43 Conservation Club 2, Treasurer 43
G.A.A. I, 2, 3, 43 Girls' Senate President 43
Mixed Choir I, 2, 33 Pep Club 33 Rocket Staff 4.
JOHN TOWNS, "Bud"-Intramurals 2, 3, 43 Pro-
jection Club I, 2, 3, 4.
ROBERT VAN ALSTINE, i'Gooey"-Hall Moni-
tors 43 Intramurals 4.
DONNA VAN GOMPEL-Cub Staflf 43 G.A.A.
I. 2, 3, 43 Girls' Choir 2, 43 Hall Monitors 3, 43
Ilome Economics Club 43 Mixed Choir 33 Pep
Club 33 Senior Banquet Entertainment Commit-
ANNETTE VANISKY, 'iNet"-Entered as a
Sophomore from Oshkosh, VV isconsin3 Commence-
ment Speaker Committee 43 Conservation Club 2,
33 G.A.A. 2, 3, 43 Home Economics Club 33
Rocket Echoes 43 Rocket Staff 3, 4.
MARILYN WERLING, "Lynn"-Badger Girls'
State 33 Biology Club 4: Cheerleaders l, 2, 3, 4:
Class Song Committee 4: G.A.A. I, 2, 3, 4: Girls'
Choir Accompanist I3 Girls' Senate 3: Hall Monif
tor 3, 43 Library Club I3 Mixed Choir Accom-
panist 2, 3. 43 Pep Club I, 2, 3, 43 Rocket Echoes
4: Rotary Luncheon 2.
ROBERT VVERTH-Baseball 33 Intramurals I.
XNILLIAM VVIESNER-Baccalaureate Sneaker
Committee 4: Badger Boys' State 3: Basketball
I. 2. 3. 43 Class President I3 Football I, 2. 3, 4:
Hall Monitors 43 Latin Club 33 Pep Club 23
Rocket Echoes 4: Rotary Luncheon 23 Student
Council I, 2, 33 Tennis I, 2, 3, 4.
VVILLIAM WINGEN, "Wing Ding"-Flower,
Motto and Color Committee 43 Hall Monitors 43
Mixed Choir I3 Safety Club 4.
BETTY WOJCIK, "Betty Lou"-Baccalaureate
Speaker Committee 43 Band I, 2, 33 G.A.A. I, 2.
VVILLIAM ZITELMAN. "Bill',-Band I, 23 Com-
mencement Program Committee 43 Conservation
Club I, 2, 3, 43 Football I, 2, 3, 4: Latin Club
43 Pep Club 23 Science Hobbies Club 3.
DAVID MILLER CNet picturedl, "Dave"-Bae
calaureate Decorations Committee 4: Baseball 2, 3,
43 Football I, 2, 43 Intramurals I, 2, 3, 4.
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chow, Thomas iWalchow, Dale Klart-
in, Estelle Marty, Donald McCor-
mick, Kathleen McCoy, Yvonne
Second Row: Beverly Metz, Diana Mil-
ler, Ronald C. Miller, Ronald Miller,
Clayton Moersch, Gary Mopgan,
Thomas Murphy, Barbara Murh.
Third Row: Robert Neubauer, Joyce
Niemuth, Susan O'Lear , Nancy
Onsrad, Gloria Otis, Barbara Pail,
Robert Pansch, Thomas Parker.
Fourth Row: James Parrish, James
Pavvlowski, Ruth Peapenburg, Mari-
etta Pelton, David Petersen, Floyd
Peterson, Wayne Peterson, James
Fifth Row: Joanne Pierce, Pauline
Pitsch, Carol Popp, Joan Popp, Ruth
Pyott, Faith Qluade, William Rather,
Gregory Rein ardt.
Sixth Row: Dorthea Reuss, Joyce Rob-
inson, Glad s Roblee, Nona Roesler,
Mardee Rohde, Byron Ross, Robert
Sauer, David Schaefer.
Seventh Row: Barbara Schiebler, Fred-
rick Schmidt, Jerry Schmidt, Nancy
Schnieder, Arden Schroeder, Ellen
Schultz, Howard Schumacher, La-
Eighth Row: Gerald Seelow, Betty
Seggeling, Charles Selle, Judy Sharp-
less, Roberta Skibba, Vincent Spring-
er, Diane Steen, Bruce Stelow.
Ninth Row: Joseph Stier, Mary Stin-
ski, Carol Stoegbauer, Jacqueline
Stoegbauer, Maryelyn Stuebs, John
Sturgis, William Sund, Nancy Syl-
Tenth Row: Donna Terrain, Nina
g. , - . . .fl he Thermansen, Thomas Towns, Wil-
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flag Q- , 5 M Twelfth Rowg Wallace Wilms, Helen
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- In W uzzuu A Harland Zietlow, Warren Zingler.
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First Row: Barbara Abendroth, Marv
Albert, Joan Alferi, Gilbert Alfertig,
Ronald Arndt, Ronald Babcock, Rob'
ert Backman, Gale Balthozar.
Second Row: David Barnstable, Dick
Barnstable, Dederick Baster, Carol
Beach, Robert Beger, Mavis Behnke,
Jerry Behrens, Emogene Below.
Third Row: Robert Benedict, Beverly
Beyer, Lois Pingel, Carol Birming-
ham, Bruce Bisel, Robert Blenker,
Richard Boelter, Betty Jane Boelter.
Fourth Row: Donna Bork, Carlton
Brockman, Lloyd Bruss, Mary Bu-
chanan, William Buchanan, Audrey
Bull, Margaret Bunker, Ronald
Fifth Row: Thomas Card, Casey Case,
Walter Casperson, Randall Heider,
Susan Chudacoff, Joyce Cihlar, Joan
Clark, Herschel Clough.
Sixth Row: James Coenen, David
Courtney, Jean Cross, Barbara Cum-
ings, Bernard Dahl, Evelyn De-
Keyser, Robert DeKeyser, VVilliam
Seventh Row: William DeLapp, Doug-
las Dixon, LeRoy Djupstrom,
Charles Drace, Peter Deutsch, Sue
Landig, Judith Ehlers, Mary Elliott.
Eighth Row: Floyd Elmer, Marcia
Falck, William Flesch, Beverly
Frakes, Judy Francart, Douglas
Freund, Walter Gauger, Edward
Ninth Row: Shirley Genett, Rollin
Gerold, Ray Gerrits, Burton Gibson,
Duane Gibson, Nancy Gorges, Ale
berta Graham, Shirley Graham.
Tenth Row: Ronald Gregory, Gerald
Griepentrog, Eugene Grudy, Robert
Grunska, Patricia Haase, Judith
Haber, Darlene Hammel, JoAnn
Eleventh Rout: Neil Hansen, Theodora
Hartzheim, Janice Haufe, Maureen
Heider, Rita Heigl, Bonnie Heinz,
Robert Heinzkill, Becklyn Hilliker.
Twelfth Row: Roy Holz, Jon Hopkins,
Nancy Horn, Janice Jacob, Suzanne
Jahns, Nancy James, Darryl Jensen,
Thirteenth Row: Donald Johnson, Ron-
ald Johnson, Donald Judd, Jerry
Julius. Mary Keating, Terry Kelly,
Paul Kemps, Leland Kimball.
liirst Row: Anita Kleist, Claudia Koep-
lte, jean Koller, Barbara Krablean,
Beverly Krause, Norman Krause,
Rachel Krenger, Thomas Kress.
Second Row: Sharon Krueger, joAnn
Kuether, Ronald Kuhr, Susan Kurtz,
Diane Landskron, judith Larson,
Margaret Larsen, Rodney La Rue.
Third Row: Patricia Laursen, Mary
Lauson, Elizabeth Leaman, Lorraine
Lemlte, Carla Loehning, Donald
Losse. jerry Lund, Sally Lyon.
Fourth Roni: judith Malchow, Robert
Manteufel, Margaret Mathewson,
Monica Marines, Sherman Marty,
David hlentink, Peg Metz, Peter
Fifth Rong VVilliam Millar, Donald E.
Miller, Donald P. Miller, Susan Mil-
ler, Tom Molzow, Stuart Monard,
Cordon Mortensen, janet Mueller.
Sixth Row: jacqueline Mueller, Ruth
Mueller, john Nelson, jerrv Nennig,
james Neubauer, Kay Nielson, Ann
Norman, Carol Page.
Seventh Row: judith Page, Francis
Palrnbach, joAnn Pasternock, Diane
Patton, Virginia Pantton, Audrey
Paul, Mae Paulson, Mildred Peter!
Eighth Roni: Sandra Petersen, Shirley
Perltette, Paul Pfal'l', Marcia Pheifer,
Ronald Phelps, Patricia Pierce,
VVayne Pingel, Donna Pomrening.
Ninth Rout: james Ponzio, Mary Po-
tratz, june Powell, Robert Prindle,
jerry Pues, Shirley Rae, james Ras'
mussen, Paul Rasmussen.
Tenth Row: Patricia Reetz, David
Rernmel, Beverly Richardson, Henry
Ritter, james Roberts, Robert Rose-
now, Sandra Rouse, Olive Rowe.
Eleventh Row: janis Ruthven, james
Salin, Barbara Sauer, RoseMarie
Schloemer, Roger Schmitz, Richard
Schramm, Terry Schroeder, Gene
Twelfth Row: Richard Schultz, Mary
Schulz, Susan Severson, Hallie
Shadduck, Sandra Shinners, Mau-
reen Skibba, Maurice Sltibba, Rich-
Thirteenfh Roni: Richard Sorensen,
Marilyn Spielbauer, Roberta Steff-
enson, Lyall Stilp, Robert Strauser,
Carol Swentner, james Swentner,
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liwmas Voigt, Edward Vuigtiiian,
Karun Voikrnan, Karen VVcnnuci1c.
Second How: Patricia Vvuriing, Carol
VVcstpl1ai, Patricia Vificckcrt, David
VViiiiams, VViiiiam VViiling, Ciklllliyll
Vvuiiiers, VViiiiam Vvuif, Roiwrt
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First Row: Roy Krueger, Alexander Ahel, Tony Koehn, Bill Zitclman, -lim Parrish, Keith Olski, llohert l5ahrenlo'ug.,
Vllilliam Kutseher, liernarcl Bestler, Dave Gerharclt.
Second How: Cfoaeh lhonipson. Cflitliorcl Hoppe, llohert larrott, l,yle Ulsen, llarry Miller. llonalcl KUI1lIlL'I'. lion
alcl Foth, Bill Klayetter, llayicl Miller, Richard lline, liranlclin lloehholner. Coach Braun.
'lilzird li0ll'j Coach Shepard, Clarence Ostrowslci, Kenneth Malehow, Boh Kerrigan, loin Malehow, l7retl llruheeky
llowarcl johnson, Vililliam Rather. Robert Eiss. Rufus lhcle.
lfourtlz Row: llerhert VanOuclenhoyen, Bruee Ammerinan, Vllilliam Vi'iesner, Doug liralees. Vl'illiam Sunil, -loh
Coleman, Charles Sorensen, Donalcl Nelson. lyeaux Anclcrsen.
'lihe Neenah lloeltets eame out on top this year
hy taking lirst plaee in the hlitl-ljastern eonterenee.
tying with hlenasha. lt was the lirst eonlierenee
ehampionship in the history ol' the sehool.
The lirst game playecl was a non-eonlierenee tilt
at Shehoygan Central whieh we won 13-O. The lirst
three eonlierenee games saw Neenah defeating their
opposers and leaving them scoreless. On a very
sandy, windy lielcl at Clintonville two points were
raeliecl up hy the opposers.
Our homecoming this year was with New lion-
clon who managed to seore twiee, but lost hy a
clefinite margin. ln the hig game ol' the season
Neenah heat hlenasha on their iielcl lior their home
coming. Wle met Shawano for our last tilt with a
647 reeortl only to lose the harcl liought hattle hy 1
point putting hlenasha in a position to share tht
eonlerenee title with us.
XfVe can well he proucl ol' our lighting Hoe
ancl ol their coaches. lhompson, llrann, anal Sh 1
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Sha wa n
seores Iior the eonlierenee
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First Row: David Hoffman, Robert Wege, Bob VVolfgram, Lyall Stilp, Gilbert Beamer, Jim Roberts, Marvin
Swichtenberg, Paul Thomsen, Jimmy Salm, Dick Bellack, David Remmel, Dick Barnstable.
Second Rmvg Coach Jorgensen, Donald F. Miller, Donald E. Miller, Daryl Jensen, Ronald Gregory, Edward Rene-
dgct,'Gordon Mortensen, David Williams, Norman Krause, john Nelson, Douglas Freund. Ronald Kuhr. Mr.
Third Row: Dick Schultz, Robert Grunska, VVilliam De Lapp, KVilliam Millar, Gene Schultz, Tommy Voigt, Torn
Molzow, Rodney La Rue, Dick McCormack, David Courtney, Dale Martin, Manager. '
Fourth Row: Terry Kelly, Dick Schramm, Donald Johnson, Tom Kress. Richard Sorensen, .lim Neubauer. Ron'
ald johnson, VValter Gauger, Bob DeKeyser, Richard VVhitehouse, Bill VVilling.
The biggest "little" group ever, turned out last
lull lor freshman loothall practice. Wlieii linally
The scores for these games were as follows:
, , , l . 2 , ' Q ' - ' 7 7
uniformed, the group of small men was still quite QctffhW,Qh0",ll1"110' lllgll """
large. In the six games they played, winning three au 'Tumi Com I ' """' ' ' 3
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the teams in the next three vears. lx?CKmlCyiNcCnLh ' 'TO
' lNeenah-Kimberly . . I3 0
Nenasha-Neenah . . 127
A large group ol' junior and sophomore boys com lows:
prised the UB' team this year, practicing under Neenah'lXlenasha .. ll-6
Coach Shepard. They received very little publicity NeenahfxXppleton .... . . I3 0
and an even smaller amount ol backin 1. Des 'rite Neenah-Clintonville .. ISO
, 3' . l .
these lacts they played hard and won all live ol XleenahfNew London -loffl
their conierence famcs. These scores were as lol- Neenah-hlenasha .... .. ll-7
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First Row: jack Schichlcr, Anthony Koehn, Thomas Ryan, Rufus lhclc, Richard Rinc. llonalcl lallin.
Secomi Row: Coach Jorgensen, Rohcrt Kuchl, llowarnl johnson, llayicl Brown, ilihonias Nlalchow.
Tlzird Row: Douglas Fralycs, KL-nncth Rcinoyyski, Kunncrh Sicycrr, William Hicsm-r.
The Rockets this ycar coppccl thircl place in thc
Micl-Eastcrn conlicrcncc following up hlcnasha
and Shawano. After thc season they qualiliccl for
thc Rcgional mcct only to losc out to lXlcnasha 73
62 aftcr a long, harclfliouglit 32 minutcs.
ln conlicrcncc play this ycar Nccnah won 7
games ancl lost 7. These scores were as lolloxys:
lXlcnasha-Nccnah . . ....... 68-63
Shawano-Nccnah . . . 58-52
Nccnah-Kaulxau na . 46--H
Two Riycrs-Nccnali . 48-47
Nccnah-Kinihcrly . . . 47-44
Nccnah-New Lonclon 50-58
lxilCI1llSl1ll'NCLxD2ll1 . . . 56-54
Shawano-Nccnah . . 68-47
Nccnah-Clintonyillc 67-6 I
Nccnah-Kaulxauna , 72 60
Nccnah-Two Riycrs . 73-50
KimhcrlyfNccnah ..... .. 7062
Nccnali-Now lonclon ..,.. .... 5 7-48
ln non COl1l'L'l'L'l1CC play tlnring anal lucliorc
season thc tcani tools two ganics ancl lost two.
csc scorcs wvrc as liollo
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Althougli in tournaincnt play wc lost to Mtn
asha. wc toolx Consolation hy winning thc ncxt tno
games. FI hc Iinals xvurc Nccnali-New lonclon m
-H and Nccnah-l9oncl clu Lac 57-53.
Tom Ryan was choscn lltllllllllf C iptaln incl
Diclx Rinc tht- Most Valuahlc Player. A you ol
thanlts goes to Coach ,lorgcnscn who proinotccl in
other succcssliul Roclact season.
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First Row: Clifford Hoppe. Robert Eiss, Robert Kerrigan, llarland Zietlow, .Iohn Owen, Alexander Riolo.
Second Row: Richard Neuhauer, lveaux Andersen, Thomas l'arl4er. Mr. Shepard, VVilliam Sund. Rarry l:I'klI1lCl1.
"B" TEAM BASKETBALL
and Kimherlvg and lost to iliwo Rivers and Kau-
kauna. ln non-conlerenee play Neenah heat Ripon,
YVisconsin Rapids, and Fond du Lac, and lost to
The Rocket "R" team played I8 games this past
season winning 14 and losing 4. Most of the scores
were close hut our hoys tried their hest and usually
came through on top. In the conference they were
rated second with a ll-3 average.
.ln conference play Neenah delieated New lon- ahlc coachn-Coach Shepard.
don, Clintonville, Shawano, Menasha, 'liwo Rivers,
The freshman haslxethall season got underway 7 and lost 5 games. 'lihev defeated hleliinlev,
VVilson, Menasha, and Kaullaunag and lost to Kim
with Coach Thompson as coach and fifteen Fellows
hcrlv, Roosevelt, and Kaulxauna.
comprising the team. During the season they won
lfirst Row: Coach ilihompson, David Remmel, lfVilliam Millar, Richard Schultz, Paul lihomsen, Rohert Raclunan.
Second Row: Rohert Reger. VVilliam VVilling, David YVilliams, Donald li. Miller, Gordon E. Mortensen, Douglas
Freund, james foenen.
'liliird Row: Thomas Kress, Terry Kelly, Rollin Gerold, Ronald johnson, Richard Sorensen.
The team owes its victories, in part, to a verv
First Row: Bert Helms, Keith Olslci, Verlyn Fuhrmann, Richard Rine, Harry Miller, John Owen, Roy Krueger.
Second Row: Rollin Kramer, Dave Miller, Dave Strey, Jack Schaefer, William Klavetter, Rufus lhde, james Meyer,
Third Row: Eugene Angell, Ralph Kiesow, Donald Metz, William Sund, Coach Braun.
ln the 1951-52 baseball season, the Neenah
Rockets won 2 out of 8 games played. The lirst
game was against Ripon, and was played here at
Washington Park. Neenah got 2 runs while Ripon
got 5. The next game, against the Blue lay rivals,
was played at Menasha. The score was Neenah 7
Menasha 19. At Shawano we lost a heartbrealcer
5-6. Following that were our victories over Clin-
tonville 16-2, and Kaulcauna 8-5. May 10th Two
Rivers came here. The score was Two Rivers 7-
Neenah 4. The last two games were played against
Kimberly and New London, the respective scores
being Kimberly 10-Neenah 6 and New London
The W.l.A.A. District Tournament was held at
Menasha May 19-24. Neenah played Winneconne,
and was defeated in a close, exciting game 0-l.
Dave Strey and Eugene Angell led the batters
with a strong .500. Rufe lhde followed close behind
with 375, and John Owen with 300. Others in-
cluded Harry Miller with .296, 'lim Meyer with
.292, and Dick Rine with .28l. Letter winners were
Rufe lhde, Harry Miller, lim Meyer, Dick Rine,
Burt Helms, lack Schaefer, Keith Olski, Verly
Fuhrmann, and Don Metz. The co-captains were
lack Schaefer and Verly Fuhrmann.
First Row: Maynard Rewey, Jack Beck, Franklin Hochholzer, Francis Costigan, Donald Foth, Robert Kuehl, Ber-
nie Bestler, VVilliam Kutscher, Robert Fahrenkrug, Charles Reese, Carl Jankowski, VVilliam Kallin, Clifford
Second Row: Conrad VVoerner, James Sturgis, Floyd Ashley, James Parrish, Ken Malchow, Sandy Abel, Dave
Cerhardt, Allen Roblee, Lyle Olson, Robert Parrott, Edward VVolff, Ray Lewis, Coach Thompson.
Third Rout: Louis Erdmann, Douglas Jensen, Walter Kallin, Jack Van Airsdale, Kaare Weieriued, Robert Pansch,
LeeRov Blank, Peter Clausen, Robert Parrish, Douglas Mathison, Roy Peterson, Willitiiii Hein, John Kalfahs,
Fourth Rout: Donald Laflin, Bruce Ammerman, Joe Birling, Donald Schultz, Iveaux Andersen, Ken Sievert, Don'
ald Metz, Chuck Sorensen, Ralph Kinxel, Richard Breaker, Tom Kerrigan, Jerry Barr, Coach Jorgensen.
Our 1952 track team came through with another
successful season by working hard with the help of
the coaches Jorgensen, Thompson, and Dunwiddie.
The Rockets were undefeated in all of the dual and
triangular meets in which they participated. They
took second place in the hlideastcrn Conference
meet, second place in the district events, and sent
several fellows on to Madison where they took sev-
eral honors in the state meet.
Our first dual meet saw Necnah heat Ripon 72'
-ll while later we faced hlenasha and won 6251. ln
our first triangular meet, Neenah hcsted hoth Kim'
herly and Kaukauna here on our own track. ln our
next triangular meet at home, our Rockets took first
over New London and Clintonville. Dick Jorgen-
sen and Ronnie Carlicld took the honors in the
The lXlideastcrn Conference meet, which was
held here, saw Shawano steal Iirst place followed hy
Neenah in second and hflenasha third.
At the Sectional tournament we lost out to
hlenasha who took first. ln this contest Dick
Breaker, Tom Kerrigan and Dick Jorgensen quali-
fied for the state meet. Our relay team, composed
of Bill Kutscher, Tom Kerrigan, Bob Fahrenkrug,
and Don Schultz, also qualified for state competi-
tion after taking first place in the sectional meet.
Near the end of May our trackmcn went to
Madison to compete. Dick Jorgensen came out with
a second in the pole vault and fifth in high Jump.
Tom Kerrigan captured fourth in the Class R 400
yard dash while Dick Breaker came in fifth in the
milc. The relay team was disqualified.
Throughout the season a few records were
broken. Ronnie Carfield set a new record in the
high hurdlesg Don Schultzf200 yard dashg Dick
Rreakeremileg and Dick Jorgensenfpole vault.
Dick Breaker, a graduate, was captain.
First Row: Alex Biolo, Jack Schiebler, Robert Kerrigan, Richard Rine, Tom Ryan, Tony Koehn, Harland Zietlow.
Second Row: Dave Leaman, Donald Fisher, Willianu VViesner, To-m Parker, Ned Cochrane, Coach Williaiiis.
Third Row: Barry Franzen, Frank Wiesner, Pete Thomsen, James Foth, Richard Jorgensen.
The 1951-52 net season produced another top
team for Neenah High School. The team continued
its winning streak by taking all eleven meets. For
three years the squad has been undefeated, winning
37 matches. This is believed to be a state record.
This years scores were as follows:
Kimberly .................. 7-0 7-O
VVauwatosa . . . . 6-3
Menasha .... 7-O 5-2
Shorewood . . . . . 7-2
Manitowoc . . . . . 6-1
Shawano . . . . . . 7-O 5-2
Neenah won the Mid-Eastern Conference
championship with 31 points. Shawano had 21,
Menasha 19, and Kimberly O. Pete Thomsen lost
to Dick Weber of Shawano in the finals 5-7, O-6.
Dick Rine and Dick Jorgensen won the doubles by
defeating Dave Schultz and Dennis Erickson from
Menasha in the Finals 6-1, 6-1.
Neenah won the runner-up trophy at the state
tournament with 19 points. Fond du Lac led the 32
participating schools with 24 points. Rine and -lor-
gensen won the championship by defeating Vallin
and De Metz of Fond du Lac 6-2, 6-Og while
Dcntice of Boys Tech, Milwaukee, won over jim
Foth and went on to win the meet.
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First Bow: Sally Burr, Gloria Hintz, Carol Hoehne, Ellen Schultz, Jacqueline Stoegbauer, Francis Levitt. Margaret
lloehne, Pat Laursen, Audrey Schuette, Sally Philip pi, Janet Burr, Carol Swentner, Barbara Forsythe.
Second Bow: Lois Jenkins, Delores Gauger, Gail Loehning. Lorraine Hoehne, Karen Gibson, Donna Terrian, San'
dra Nixon, Janet Borgen, Nancy Onstad, Ellen Beich el, Marilyn Stoegbauer, Judy Dixon, Mr. Gundlach.
Third Bow: Anne Peugeot, Helen Winter, Gladys Boblee, Beth Zabel, Elaine Joyce, Marietta Pelton, Katharine
llrubecky, Sharon Martiny, Mary DuBois, Susan Darling, Athlcan Boreson.
l-'onrtli Bow: Bruce Aminerman, Richard Barrel, Jacques Baillien, Donald Fisher, Ralph Kinfel, Fred llrubecky.
Kenneth Bredendick, James llolvfmann, Fred Schmidt.
Ihis year the Biology Club, under the direction of Mr.
Gundlach, had a membership of ninety. The officers of
this club were Kenneth Bredendick, president: Elizabeth
VVilton, vice-president, Athlean Boreson, secretary, June
Timm, treasurer, and Nancy Haley, point recorder.
The purpose of the club is to further biological hobbies.
llu- members work toward points which are awarded tor
participation in the various activities. The activities are
both educational and social. fhe educational activities ine
clude group participation in hikes, and the two day trip to
Chica o in the sirin , on which thirty members with the
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highest number of points visit museums and zoos. The
nutrition experiments with rats and mice, heredity experi-
ments, growing plants in the greenhouse, microscope work
and raising animals were some of the biological activities.
Among the social activities were the Christmas party and a
club sponsored dance.
ln the spring the Biology Club held an exhibit which
was open to the public, and which was one ol' the biggest
and most important projects of the year.
This twelfth year of the Biology Club has been very
First Bout: Ellen Evans, Hazel Mueller, Pauline Pitsch, Kathryn Bisel, Vida Skifstad, Marilyn Werliiig, Carol
Butter, June Timm, Judy Selle, Elizabeth Wilton, Betty Arndt, Marjorie Labre, Roberta Schultz.
Second Bow: Stan Levy, Patricia Verhagen, Janet Wisme r, Sandra Schultz, Marilouise Stinski, Nancy llaley, Gloria
Otis, Patricia Schmidt, Joyce Nelson, Nancy Schneider, Barbara Muth, Howard Schumacher.
Third Ilmv: Nancy Mickelson, Sharon Sommer, Beverly Bewey, Mary Dordel, Estelle Marty, Catherine VVein'
man, Frances Krueger, Carol Vogt, Barbara Bartlein, Carol Hansen, Joyce Olson.
Fmtrtli Bout: Betty Seggeling, Karen Lange, Antoinette Kuether, Mona Lauritzen, Marian Brown, James Potratl,
James Boehm, Nancy Breaker, Marlene Beimborn, Kathryn lloover.
First Row: Alice Mahoney, Mary Buchanan, joan Alferi, Ardis Raisler, Barbara Forsythe, Naomi Sanders, Gloria
Otis, Karen Wenneche, Joan Doll, Pat Tappan.
Second Row: Nancy james, Gail Loehning, Janet Burr, Camille johnson, Estelle Marty, Barbara Cumings, Nancy
Mortensen, Cynthia Albert, Karen Volkman, Donna Terrian.
Third Roni: ,luciy Haber, Prichard Martiny, Barbara Paff, Sandra Sehultl, llay Lewis, Nancy Ellis, Mary Kalfahs,
Alice Barnes, janet Darling, john Schiebler.
Fourth How: Carol Hoehne, Nancy Gorges, Delores Gauger, Monica Marines, Nancy Onstacl, janet llorgen, Carl
Janltowslci, Ronald Koerner, Ruth Halverson.
First Row: Alice Mahoney. Barbara Forsythe. Nancy Ellis, Gail Loehning, Nancy Mortensen, Donna Terrian,
Pat Tappan, Janet Darling, Nancy Onstarl.
Second How: Carol Hoehne, Lorraine Brooks, Doreen johnson, Diane Patton, Richard llartel, Lois Elnzgren, .lean
Doll, Mary Kalfahs, Betty Seggeling.
Third Row: Ronald Koerner, Sanclra Sehulu, Eugene Angell, Robert liurts, Bruce Davis, llalph Kinzel, llutli
Aggers, Bill Kutscher.
innior antl senior bantls.
lfirxt Rona Diane Patton, Mary Albert, Lorraine Brooks,'Lois ElI11gl'CU,S2lI1t'lI'2lPCICTSL'I1, Emogene Below, Patricia
VVieckert, Donna Bork, Etiytbe Meyer, Sue Cliuclac-ott.
Seeoml How: liicliarcl Koerncr, Doreen -Iobnson, Dick llartel, Peggy Aggers, Robert liabrenltrug. lietty Seggeling.
David Petersen, Nancy Horn, Lorraine Lemke, Barbara Vlleigt. Mr. Mais.
Iiliirtl limr: Eugene Angell, Robert Andersen, Robert Strauscr, VVarrcn Zinglcr, llutb Aggers. .lackie Antlerson,
Gordon Mortensen, Bill Kutscber, Prank llocliolzer.
liU1ll'llI How: llarbara Krablean, llonaltl Koerner, bruce Davis, llalpb Kinfel, Robert Hurts, Dave Reilly. llicbartl
Zeniselt, Diane lianclskron, llicbarcl Snytler. Not picturecl: Don lilmer, Bruce Stelow.
B A N D
llirougbout tbe class rooms ol' Neenab lligli School lmniecliately alter tbe concert, worlt startccl in picpara
t-.ich tbirtl anti Iourtb periocl music coultl be bcartl lrom tion lor tbe annual bancl lestival bcltl at Menasba on
Ibe auclitorium. lbis music was tbe tlaily practice ol the April 25.
After tbe tournament a select group began work on :lit-
Hw wwnd dm, uf SL.h,,,,l the Scnim- lmml l,lk,wd it, concerts for Baccalaureate anal Clraclnation wbile tbe entire
lirst concert ol' tbie year. 'librougbout tbe liootballiseason lmml mufflwll in lim imnuill MCm""i4ll D-'Y IW"4'lll'-
the group was trainecl to 'mark time and make lormations ilibrougliout tbe year tbe Pep llantl nntler ilu- tlircction
to be presentecl at eacb ol our football games at bome. Ut Ralph Kinlcl and Mr. Mais l,l2,yCd Im. L,cM.,nl,1il.,'
baslietball games, antl otber occasions.
Again at Cibristmas tbe stuclent botly bearcl a boliclay
concert antl on Nlarcb lst the nlitlwintcr Concert was pre All in all tbe bantl bail a very successlinl year xvitb
scntetl in tbe autlitorium lor tbe public. plcnty ol lun anti music.
Fin-sr Bmw: Carol Bowman, Susan Krueger, Shirley DeBroka, Gloria Dorn.
Second, Ilmv: Margie Lalvrc, Marilyn VVerling. Nancy Hummel, Carol Rutter, Marylyn llucat
Firsf How: Susan Landig, Patricia VVerling, Patricia Wieckcrt.
First Row: Ellen Schultz, Audrey Terrian, Carol Thiel, Rosemary Salm, Ellen Reichel, Pat Spiegelherg, Carol Popp,
Jean Eake, Joyce Arnold, Marjorie VVicinski, Ruth Peapenhurg, Ruth Mueller, Rose Rasmussen, Nancy Meyer.
Second Row: Sharon Sommer, Barbara Krablean, Marlene Lee, Karen Volkinan, Janice llaufe, Mildred llalle.
Antoinette Kuether, Marietta Pelton, Pat llaase, Judy Sharpless, Mary Dordel, Sandra Nixon, Catherine
Weinma n. Mr. Gerhardt.
Third Row: Bill Klavetter, Myron liorchert, Alfred Kuchenbeckcr, Robert Francart, erry Lund, llill lilesch.
Ken Malchow, Larry Christopher, Jim Sorensen, Roh Gresenz, Clifford lloppe, Ciarlcs Hutchins.
Fourfli Row: Allen Roblee, Lyle Olson, John Hesselman,
Robert Parrish, Gerald Seelow, Doug Frakes. Kenneth
Remowski. Roh- Ginnow, Donald Fisher, Tom Kaufman, Rob Kuchl, Vllarren Zinglcr, Don Pliner.
The Conservation Cluh was one of our school's largest
and most active groups. This year the club reached a high
total of 2l5 memhers.
The oflicers of this year's cluh were: president, Thomas
Kaufman, vice-president, David Gerhardt, secretary, Jean-
ette Thoniack and treasurer, Carol Thiel. The hoard mem-
hers were: Keith Olski and Rosemary Salm, Seniors:
Joanne Gorr and Dick Zenisek, Juniors, Barbara Muth and
Gloria Otis, Sophomores and Paul Zeinert and Judy
Each club memhcr received a ll rating for every 60
hours of actual work he did and an A rating for IZO hours
of work. These rating were entered on his report card.
Every member gets I5 points per year just for Joining the
club. In this way an inactive member can accumulate a
R rating in four years.
The main activities of the cluh were rahhit trapping.
hird feeding, tree planting, the photography and art group.
hiking and other fields pertaining to conservation.
lfirsi Row: Amher Jenkins, Marylyn Ducat, Barbara Veiser,Nona Jensen, Vida Skifstad, Peggy Bunker, Joanne
Gorr, Peg Metz, Janice Kreuter, Bonnie Porath, Darlene Snell. Mary Ann Faulks, Lois Jenkins, Ronnie Heinz.
Second Row: Reverlv Rewev, Audrev Paul, Ann Norman.
Nancy Rreaker,'Retty 'Haldema'nn, Marvelyn Stuebs,
Third Row: Ronald Ruser, Carol llaufe, Marvlin Rreaker,
lloover, Eliyaheth Lcaman, Joyce Robinson: Marilouise
Fourth Row: VVilliam Buchanan, Richard Christianson, Roy
llarold Mueller. Rollin Kramer, Jim Rasmussen, Robbers
Rarhara Ahendroth, Ann Pearson, ixlarian Rrown,
Marlene Reimhorn, Retty Seggeling, Karen Lange.
Judith Larson, hlarcia Pheifer, Kay Nielsen, Kathryn
Stinski. Susan O'Leary, Nancy Kaufman, Arden
Krueger, VVilliam Kutscher, Keith Olski, Ralph Kemps.
Ronnin, David Petersen, Greg Reinhardt. Rohert Jones.
First Bow: Sally Burr, Patricia Wieckert, Jo Ann Hammill, Donna Pomrening, Sandra Bouse, Barbara Thorson,
Kathleen McCoy, Shirley Debroka, Mary Rouse, Shirley Gullickson, Judy Owen, Susan Krueger, Lois Gcrrits,
Second Bow: Barbara Forsythe, Betty BlcKinnon, Sally Fredrick, Joan Alferi, Helen VVickham, Nancy Mortensen,
Carol Vogt, Joyce Zachow, Patricia Kools, Betty Newton, Susan Kurtz, Buthann Kruse, Judy Nixon, Nancy
Third Bow: Don Harness, Jim Krueger, Ed De Keyser, John Kulogo, John Kasten. Bill Tyriver, Earl Zachovv, Bruce
Bae, Paul Beilly, Wayne Pingel, Lavonne La Bue, John Llewllyn.
Fourth Bow: Bob Kerrigan, Jerry Springborn, Bill Zitelman, David Erdman, Bichard Zenisek, John H. Coleman,
Kenneth Sievert, Don Parks, Dave Brown, Charles Schultz, Don Foth, Harry Miller, Dave Cerhardt.
The club put on an all school dance. They also held a
Club Party to which each member brought a guest. An-
other feature of the year was the chili supper. At this
supper, the members that caught the most rabbits were
credited and awarded.
Last spring, twenty-two senior boys and girls attended
the Trees for Tomorrow Camp at Eagle River, VViseonsin.
This was the third year that students from this school have
attended the four day session. There the campers were
given instruction in everything from iire-fighting to tree
planting, Each camper gained a better understanding of
the importance of conservation of natural resources.
This group of students did a great service For their
school and their community. Their fine work could not he
accomplished without therunderstanding and able guid-
ance of the club's advisor, Klr. Gerhardt.
First Bow: Janet Burr, Betty Keberlein, Nancy Sylvander, Barbara Muth, Audrey Schuette, Barbara Schiehler,
Jeanette Thomack, Nancv Hammel, Joanne Schultz, Gloria Otis, Nancy Mickelson, Hazel Mueller, Pauline
Pitsch, Ellen Evans. V
Second Bow: Bita Hei l, Janis Buthven, Buth Halverson, Donna Haldcmann, Estelle Marty, Donna Terrian.
Jackie Fandrey, Jac lyn Martiny, Beverly Braun, Mary Kalfahs, Joan Heigl. Nancy Schneider, Mary Schull,
Third Bow: Bay Gerrits, Arthur Shepherd, Jimmy Salrn, Mike De Broux, Carl Jankowski, Daryl Jensen, Tom
Jensen, Eugene Klassen, Ehner Minks, Bob Beger, Carlton Brockman, Dick Barnstable.
Fourth Bow: Bruce Stelow, Richard Burr, Paul Frakes, Neil Hansen, Ned Cochrane, Balph Frakes, Jerry Prey, Steve
Landig, Fred Schmidt, Robert Eiss, Paul Zeinert.
First Row: Darlene Charrier, Susan Krueger, Carol Hoehne, Margaret lloehne, Rosemary Salm, Ellen Reiehel, l,ois
Gerrits, Judy Owen, Miss Nixtlorf.
Secoml limit Mr. Poellinger, Helen VVickham, Joanne Schultz, Donna illerrian, llarbara Sehiebler, Mary Wliita,
Nancy llammel, Kay Carey, Cynthia Albert, jucly Dixon.
Third Row: Autlrev Schuette, Carol Rutter, Sharon nlartiny, Antoinette Kuether, Nona Lauritfen, Mary lyalliahs,
Lois Elmgren. Pat Tappan, janet Burr.
lrflllffll llmv: Franklin llochholzer, llobert Cowling, llob CLFCSCHI, Douglas Schneicler, Marvin llroehm. Dick
Koerncr, Richard lloeper, Aubrey Fowler.
VVe hall the pleasure ol' coming out fifteen times for the
enjoyment of the stuclent botly this year. VVe startetl out
the year with a new editorial aclvisor, Miss Nixclorf. She
hatl never workecl on a printed paper before. She came in
with spark and gave us a shot in the arm. Mr. Poellinger
headed the printing, circulation, and linaneial tlepartnients
of the Cub. llc saw to it that the Cul: kept up its high
l,,ois Elmgren hanclletl the front page very well, making
it look like a professional job every issue. llelen VVickham
ancl .loanne Schultz were co-feature etlitors ancl presentecl
all the features of school to the students. Aubrey Fowler
was the heacl of the sports page, with Bob Cresenv anti
Frank Hochholner as his writers. Susan Krueger reportetl
Mona Lauritlen was the business manager. She paitl all
the bills and eontractecl the acls. llutly Owen, as advertising
manager, solicitatetl the acls for the Culv.
ilioni Kuether was copy reatler. She came tlown antl
checkecl prool' everytime the the typists typetl stories. Pat
Tappan. as proof reacler. reeeivctl, the proofs lirom the
linotype company ancl checketl them for mistakes.
Paula Braxeau entertained us all year with her column
from Si to Mort. Nancy Ellis and Ellen lleichel were the
exchange etlitors, who saw to it that neighboring schools
rcceivecl the C1411 in exchange for their papers.
Those who hacl hatl thirty-live inches ol' type in the
paper were given the rating of reporter. They were Donna
ilierrian, llarbara Sehiebler. Mary VViita, Nlary lyalliahs,
.lanet llurr, Autlry Sehuctte, ancl Kay Carey.
A superb job of printing the C1412 was clone by our very
able print staff. The printers were Marvin llroelnn. llob
Cowling, Dick lloeper, Dick Koerner, ,lack Lantl, Keith
Olski, .intl Doug Schneider.
The job of seeing to it that the C1411 came regularly ancl
took the blame for any mistake ol' irregularity fell on us:
We the etlitors, Rosemary Salin anal jutly Dixon.
First Row: Paula Brazeau, Mary Buchanan, Gail Loehning, Susan Severson, Joan Popp, Donna Bork.
Second Row: Rarbara Krablean, Mary VViita, Faith Quade, Susan Darling, Anita Braun, Nancy Mortensen.
Tliiiwl Row: Peter Miedke, Aubrey Fowler, Robert De Lap p, Richard McCrory, Mr. Harris.
Forensics has again played an important part in the
Neenah fligh School curriculum. lt prepares young people
for the task oi' speaking before an audience. These students
are capable of expressin themselves easily: they point out
to others their ways anti! beliefs, they display a leadership
ability in any activity they take on.
After receiving careful training from his coach the be-
ginning forensics student participates in student contests.
From high school contests they pass into league, district,
and finally state competition.
lhis year Gail Loehning, Peter Miedke, Anita Rraun,
Paula Rrazeau, Retty McKinnon, Susan Darling, Donna
Rork, and Marcia Falck participated in declamation, serious
ln the held of extemporaneous speaking Robert Del.app,
Robbin Ronnin, David lseaman, Aubrey Fowler, Faith
Resolved: lhat the Atlantic Pact nations should form a
l'he debate squad this year took part in tournaments
from November 15th until February 14th. Many, many
Saturday mornings required our N.H.S. debaters to arise
early enough to take a six o'clock bus to some distant place
in the state. Of the 78 debates in which our teams took
part we won 49 and lost 29 for a .630 average.
llhis year's "A", "ll", and "C" squads consisted of
Quade, and Richard Mcllrory took part.
Kathy lloover and Elizabeth Vllilton participated in
extemporaneous reading while Richard Mcifrory did the
convincing in the oratory.
Mr. Harris headed the group with the help ol' the fol
lowing coaches: Miss Rroetzman, Miss Peterson, Miss
Harris, Miss Raine, and Nr. Dunwiddie.
Gail Loehning, Paula Brazeau, Robert lJel.app, Robbin
Bonnin, and David Leaman won A's in the League con-
test held here at Neenah. They then advanced to the
District contest which was held at New London. From this
group Paula Rrazeau, Robert Delsapp, and Robbin Bonnin
received A's and thus were qualified to compete at Madi
son in the State contest. Robbin Ronnin and Robert Def
Lapp carrie through with A's at Madison. Betty McKinnon
received an A in the Mid-Eastern Conference contest.
Robert Delsapp, Aubrey Fowler, Mary VViita, Robhin
Bonnin, Faith Quade, lieth Zabel, llarbara fhristopher.
Barbara Krablean, Lyall Stilp, Ruth Halverson, Rosemarie
Schloemer and Marcia Falck.
ln the discussion and debate tournaments they tied with
Kaukauna for conference championship, went on through
the district and qualified for the sectional competition.
Only two of the squad have graduated so that we can
be assured of another successful season this coming fall.
First Row: Marcia Falck, Mary Wiita, Rose Marie Schloemer, Nancy Mortensen, Lyall Stilp, Barbara Christopher.
Second Row: Rarbara Krablean, Faith Quade, Mr. Dunwiddie, Robert De Lapp, Aubrey Fowler, Beth Zabel.
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rrst B011 Lois Cserrits, Barbara Christopher, Carol lage, Joan Alferi, Mary Buchanan, Pat Laursen, Miss Millard,
Margaret Larsen, Suzanne Jahns, Boberta Schultz, Donna Van Gompel, Marylyn Ducat, Jo Ann Kuether.
Second Bow: Bonnie Porath, Rita lleigl, Joan Smith, Joan Heigl, Janis Buthven, Yvonne VVollerman, Susan
Darling, Barbara Sehiebler, Mary Severson, Sharon Krueger, Mary Ann Faulks, Barbara Paff, Shirley DeBroka.
Tlzirrl Bmw: Mary Ellen Julius, Betty Newton, Nancy H alnmel, Karen Lange, Betty Scggeling, Barbara Grygny,
Jo Ann Pierce, Patricia Pierce, Carol Birmingham, Mary Keating, Ann Norman, Mary Elliott.
Fourth Bow: Donna lerrian, Mardee Bhode, Joyce Bobin son, Beverly Metz, Carol Anderson, Peggy Aggers, Dianne
Steen, Mona Lauritzen, Marlene Beimborn, Joan
G.A.A. oflicers were elected the previous spring in 1952.
Under the guidance of Miss Millard, the new advisor,
work got under way very rapidly. Mona Lauritzen, a
senior, was the president of the club with Elaine Joyce, also
a senior, the vice-president. The oflice of secretary was
hlled by Bosie Salm, and because of illness, Susie Krueger
was substitute treasurer for Paula Braveau.
Doll, Kay Nielsen, Darlene Hammel.
Many things were carried out by the group, such as an
initiation party, tournaments for hockey, volleyball, and
basketball. Baseball was another event that brought out
much enthusiasm within the group. A Neenah-Menasha
pep assembly was given, a float for the pep parade was
built, an inter-school play day was planned, and a big
school dance, Bali Haii, was put on in January.
First Bow: Carol Bowman, Mary Boushley, Margie Labre, Lorraine Hoehne, Annette Vanisky, Judy Page, Sally
Fredrick, Ellen Schultz, Carol VVestfahl, Carol Beach, Judy Owen, Sue Chudacoff, hlarcia Falck.
Second Bmw: Patricia Kools, Kay Denney, Helen VVickhan1, Marlene Lee, Joanne Schultz, Barbara Muth, Susan
O'Leary, Kathleen McCoy, Barbara Krablean, Janet Borgen, Janet Burr.
Third Roni: Bose Rasmussen, Nancy Mortensen, ovce Zachow, Nancv Schneider, Marilyn Swielbauer Marilouisc
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Stinski, Sandra Nixon, Marilyn Vyerling, Nancy James.
liirsl. Row: Marv Boushley, Betty Qross, Donna Bork, Susan Krueger, Joan Popp, Susan Severson, Olive Rowe,
Alberta Graham, Roberta Stellensen, Pat Reetr., Carol Swentner, Sally Burr, Patricia Vllieeltert.
Set-oml Bout Patricia NVerling, Beverly Frakes, jutly Dixon, Emogene Below, Nancy Breaker, Mary DuBois,
Marilyn Stoeghauer, Carol Rutter, Kathryn Bisel, Pat Spiegelberg, Shirley Gullickson, Carol lloehne.
llliirtl llonw Darlene Snell, janet hlueller, llelen Vvinter, Gladys Roblee, jutlith Larson, Sally Lyon, Virginia
Pantton, Monica Marmes, Nancy Horn, Marv Schulz, Susan Kurtz.
lfourtli Row: Mary Rouse, Andrey Schuette, planet Darling, Kay Carey, Ruth Ann Koehn, Faith Quatle, Diane
l.antlskron, Sanrlra Z4-liner, Santlra Petersen, Barbara Ctimings, Beverly Richardson, Joanne Gorr.
l'he sportslicatls were janet Darling-basketball, Mary the sport-heatls and most important ol' all, the G.A.A.
Kalllahs Vlioclxcyz Nancy llaley-noon hour baseball: Anne members themselves for the good sportsmanship they have
Pearson-volleyball, Marilyn Dueat-noon hour volleyball: shown. It has always been the elub's policy to respect rules
Susan Krueger-tennis, anal Anita Braun-ping-pong. and to live clean, honest lives. Sportsmanship is a must for
. . . . ' b" tliC.A.A.
Many thanks must be given to Miss Millartl, the cabinet, u ul mem U In M 1
liirsr' Rout: Betty McKinnon, Rosemary Salm, Ellen Reichel, Sylvia Mikkelsen, Margret Jensen, Athlean Boreson,
Karen VVennt-che, Lorraine Lemke, Peggy Bunker, Camille Johnson, Mary Dorclel, Donna Nielsen, Nancy
Scuoiztl Bow: Nancy Mickelson, Karen Gibson, Audrey Paul, Estelle Marty, Donna Haltlemann, Ellen Barnes,
Marian Brown, Alice Drace, Elaine Joyce, Alice Barnes, Mavis Erclmann, Ruthie Pyott.
llrirtl lion: Betty llaltleinann, aeklyn Martiny, Antoinette Kuether, Katharine Hrubecky, Ruth Aggers, Beverly
Braun, Ann Pearson, lrois Ii mgren, Mary Kalfahs, Barbara Abendroth, Nancy Haley.
First Hmi':MPatricia Vklerling, Barbara Thorson. Judy Dixon, Audrey Schuette, Marylyn Ducat, Carol Swentner.
Carol lhiel, Miss Griffiths.
Second How: Rita fleigl, Mary ,lean DuBois, Kay Care y, Mary Keating, Rose Marie Schloemer, Patricia Schmidt,
Mary Ellen Julius.
'fliiril How: Carol Vogt, Patricia Spiegelherg, Mary XViita, Marvelyn Stuebs, Nancy Kaufman, jean Parker.
'lihis year will complete the 6th year that Girls' Senate,
headed by Miss Griffiths, has been in existence.
Every girl enrolled in Neenah fligh School auto-
matically becomes a member of the Girls' Senate: thus, the
members of' the four classes choose an executive board,
composed of five girls from each class, to carry on its busi-
ness. This year's officers were Carol Thiel, president for
the first semester: Mary ,lean Du Bois, president for the
second semester, Judy Dixon, vice presidentg Audrey
Schuette, secretary, and Nancy Kaufman, treasurer.
The main activity presented by the Girls' Senate this
year was the assembly program given on Armistice Day for
S E N A T E
the parents during American Education VVeek.
Other activities carried on bv the Girls' Senate
the year were the following: A
Big and Little Sister Party-September I7.
Freshman Nlother's lea
Senior Mother-Daughter Dinner
Girls' Senate Dance
Rural School Day
Concessions after school
Get VVell Cards
First How: Carol Hoehne, Iva Hillegas, Judy Dixon, Rosemary Salm, Kay Denney, hlarilyn Stoegbauer, Sandra
Nixon, Pat Spiegelherg, Ellen Reichel, Joyce Hrubesky, Carol Rutter, Carol Bowman.
Second How: Wlilliam VVingen, Darlene Petersen, Cynthia Albert, Athlean Boreson, Kathryn lloover, Ralph
Kemps, Tony Koehn, Pat Tappan, Margret Jensen, Marilyn Vllerling, Marlene Lee, Bill Kutschcr.
flrird Hows Janet Darling, Elaine Joyce, Sandra Hatch, Doreen Johnson, Antoinette Kuether, Keith Olski,
James Krueger, Katharine llrubecky, Marilyn Larson, Nancy Breaker, Mary Schmidt, Sharon Martiny,
lfoiartli Row: Richard Rine, VVilliam VViesner, Lester Hansen, Don Parks, Ken Sievert, Don Fisher, Robert Cin'
now, Don Lallin, Robert Van Alstine, David Strey, Robert De Lapp, Mr. Christoph.
lihe lility-two hall monitors and their substitutes have
been honorable and diligent in their duties this past yeari
lhey have done a good job, and their varied services have
been very helpful in making things run more smoothly
throughout the corridors.
At the beginning of the year the monitors were selected
trom the junior and seniors by Mr. Christoph, their advisor,
on the basis ol previous experience and past records.
lfirst Row: Nancy Meyer, Lois Gerrits, Janice Neill, Rose
Some of their duties were to supervise the hall tralhc
during and between classes, assist and direct visitors, see
that lockers were locked at all titnes, aid students who were
ill, act as leaders during fire drills, and run errands for the
teachers during the day.
Cooperation and respect from the student body has
made it easier for the monitors to carry out their duties
successlully and very ethciently.
Rasmussen, Cecile Nault, Joanne Gorr, Janet linrr,
Sally Philippi, Kathryn Bisel, Shirley Gullickson, Barbara Thorson, Darlene Charrier.
Second How: Diane Heinz, Janet Schultz, Sharon Sommer, Margie Labre, Delores Ganger, Lorraine lloehne,
Mary Severson, Joan Smith, Carol Thiel, Margaret Hoehne, Gloria Dorn, Marie Gunther.
'Iiliird How: Donna Van Gotnpel, Alice Barnes, Beverly Braun, Allen Roblee, James Pierce, Dick Neubauer, Bernard
llestler, Ann Pearson, Ruth Aebi, Violet Bloom, Jean Parker, Mr. Christoph.
lfoirrflr Hmv: Robert Erb, Jim Pawlowski, George Kreiss, Earl Zachow, David Efillllkllill, John Coleman, vlionr
Kaufman, Don Foth, lom Hart, Kenneth Bredendick.
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First Roni: Janice Neill, Carol Hoehne, Darlyne Petersen,
Arlene Sievert, Barbara Veeser.
Margaret Hoehne, Darlene Sommer, Delores Gauger.
Second How: Esther Ehlers, Eileen Nenning, Donna Van Gompel, Marietta Lamtte, Pat Larson, Shirley Porath,
'lliiwl Row: Kay Larson, june Potvnell, Marilyn l.arson, Shirley Dobberlte, Marlene l.ee, Darlene Snell.
This past year the llome Economics Club elected the
following as their ollicers: Marlene Lee, president, Arlene
Sievert, vice-president: Darlyne Peterson, secretary, and
Darlene Snell, treasurer. Miss Kathryn Gulliltson served
as faculty advisor and directed the club's varied activities,
Regular meetings were held twice a month.
illhe purpose of the club was to promote and do charity
work. They also helped the Home Economics Department
in any way possible. lhis year they hemmed dish towels.
The club, this past year, formed a handworlt group.
-lhis group consisted ol girls interested in learning how to
ltnit, crochet, and embroider.
lhe girls and Miss Gulliltson also visited a candy store
and a bakery. During the year they held a number ol'
Continuing an annual afllair, the club, on December 15.
made Christmas a little happier for some underprivileged
children. At the Christmas party, Santa Claus arrived and
distributed to each child presentsAa toy and another gift.
such as a pair of mittens or a scarf. The gifts were donated
by the girls.
The most important event of the year was the style
revue. 'lihere the girls modeled the clothes which they had
made. 'l-here was much enthusiasm shown by the particis
pants and the audience.
VVith the money received from this event they bought
a gilt for the llome liconomics Department.
First Row: Paul Rasmussen, Williarri Buchanan, Sally Fredrick, Beverly Rewey, Patricia Thiel, Miss Roper, Mari
Iyn VVt-rling, Kay Denney, Shirley Blajeski, ,Ioan Popp.
Second Row: Mardee Rohde, Reverly Metz, Joyce Robinson, Shirley Porath, Beverly Rratin. Ann I'earson. .Io
Ann Pierce, Shirley Parker, Yvonne VVoIlerxnan, Ronald Kuhr.
Third Rout IreRoy Djupstrom, Bruce Ammerman, David Schaefer, David Leainan, Bill Sund, Ilill VVoII'I', Ijicls
Ilarivood, RoIIin Kramer, Paul Zeinert. ,
Mixed choir had a very busy year. lt help put on the were adult clubs, service clubs, church groups, and assent'
United Nations Ilrograin during National Education Vveek. bly programs. In all they gave over Iility programs. Ihe
Iihe members also tools part in a music festival in March oflicers for mixed choir were Bruce .AIIIIIICTIIILIIL president,
along, with eleven other schools. During Christmas time Ann Pearson, secretarv and Beverly Rraun, treasurer,
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dnl li'fm11W1 m Ught U ten puhhf' lppt 'rlmw mr Miss Ruth Roper is the director and Marilyn XI't-rling
accompanied the choir.
various groups. Some ol! the groups they performed for
Ifirst Row: Dick Rarnstable, David Rarnstable, jerry Pues, Robert Beger, Marvin Swichtenberg, Paul I'I'aI'I'. I.esIie
Ilabbitts, Miss Roper.
Seemrtl lionw Donald Miller, .Ierry Lund, Rodney La Rue, Don judd, jim Rasmussen, john Nelson, Dick SCIIIIIII.
Vllrirtl How: Iliclv Schraintn, Ronald Babcock, .lim Neubauer, Ronald johnson, Richard Sorensen, Gene Schultz.
' ..-.rc new .-
First Row: ,Janet Rivet, Darlene Boushley, Mary Boushley, Alberta Graham, Pat Laursen, Jo Ann Kuether, Judy
Francart, Roberta Steffenson, Shirley Johnson, Dolores Plank, Sally Burr.
Second Row: Maureen Heider, Donna Van Gompel, Elizabeth Leaman, Patricia Pierce, Joan Ellis, Rutliann Kruse,
Pauline Pitsch, Bonnie Porath, Fran Levitt.
Third Row: Beverly Beyer, Susan Jury, Janice Jacob, Jean Hake, Carol Birmingham, Patricia Haase, Betty New-
ton, Vida Slcifstad.
Fourth Row: Darlene Snell, Pat Tappan, Shirley Dobherlce, Shirley lNlucha, Sally Larson, Ruth Ann Koehn, Mary
Keating, Sally Lyon, Pat Doering.
The Girls' Choir again played a very important part in Pat Tappan. Some girls were chosen to help Miss Roper
our school activities. lt is under the able direction ot lXliss in directing the choir. They were Roherta Schultz and
Ruth Roper. This past year the organization was com- Janet Rivet.
posed of scventyefour members. The officers elected to
head it were Janet Mueller, president, Roberta Schultz,
secretaryg and Janet Rivet, treasurer. lhe accompanist was
These girls, working together, have completed another
successful year and have heen appreciated by all.
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First Row: Betty Lou Cross, Jo Ann Hammill, Nona Roesler, Betty Keberlein, Margaret Nlathewson, Carol Page,
Susan Miller, Mildred Peterson, Carla Loehning, Pltricia Werliiig, Beverly Kraus.
Second Row: Mary Potratz, Joyce Arnold, Sally Philippi, Sandra Rozelle, Beverly Fralces, Sharon Krueger, Bonnie
Heinz, Hallie Shaclduck, Rachel Krenger, Barbara Veeser, Miss Roper.
Third Row: Janet Mueller, Shirley Perkette, Beverly Leach, Ann Norman, Judy Larson, Ru Anne Reimer, Beverly
Richardson, Ruth Mueller, Roberta Schultz.
Fourth Roni: Gladys Roblee, Helen VVinter, Peg Metz, Mary Lauson, Audrey Bull, Marcia Pheiter, Marietta Pelton,
Marv E liott.
First Bmw: Donna Bork, Susan Chudacoff, Donna Pomrening, Bonnie Heinz, Sandra Rouse, Susan Severson, Bev'
crly Richardson, Beverly Fralaes, Ioan Popp, Susan Landig, Barbara Palf, Patricia VVerling, Patricia VVieckert.
Second Bow: Nancy Sylvander, Janis Ruthven, Rita Heigl, Donna Terrian, Karen Gibson, Nancy Schneider.
Barbara Sehiebler, janet Borgen, Nancy Onstad, Darlene Hammcl, Mary Schulz, Barbara Muth. Susan
O'Leary, Kathleen McCoy, Mr. Dunwiddie.
'liltird Row: JoAnn Pasternock, Emogene Below, Virginia Pantton, lean Kofler, Mildred Halle, Marietta Pelton,
Carolyn Vllohlers, Janice Haute, Betty Newton, Audrey Paul. Peggy Bunker, Ann Norman Barbara Aben-
droth, Nancy Horn, Elizabeth Learnan.
Fourth Bmv: Nancy Hammel, Patricia Pierce, Audrey Bull, -loyce Robinson, Louis Erdmann, Harry Miller. Bob
Neubauer, Marian Brown, Dianne Steen, Mary VViita, Mavis Erdmann, Estelle Marty, Douglas Dixon.
P E P C I. U B
l'he Pep Club ol' Nccnah lligli School with Mr. VVil- ants were chosen and all necessary arrangements for
liam Dunwiddie as its advisor has been one ot the most the game were made. Kathryn Bisel was chosen queen by
active groups in school. The members ol the group agreed the senior boys while her attendants were Susan Krueger,
to live up to the lollowing aims: junior attendant: Mardee Rohde, sophomore attendant: and
I. 'Io support all school activities with cnthusiastn. Sue Lilmllilv ffCShmi'H ilffcnflimf-
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2. Io support good sportsmanship by example and in- A llw ICP Club N115 responsible lor oiganmng the tradi
rlllclmcv tional pep parade before the Neenah-Menasha tootball
rivalry, including the burning of the UM". 'l'hroughout the
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w o promote acttcr tclitionship between Nccnth High YUM they Put cm assemblies for thc Smdcm body.
School and other schools. ,
During the basketball season they sponsored busses tor
out-of-town games, distributed basketball programs at home
games, and served lunch to the participating teams, their
coaches and referees after each hottie game through the
Inter-school Relations Committee.
'l'his year the club chose Harry Miller as President: Lois
Elmgren as Vice President: Joan Heigl as Secretary: and
Ccle Nault as Treasurer. Under their leadership the club
has had a very active year.
ln the tall the homecoming dance was put on by the All in all the organization proved a worthy contribution
Pep C lub. lhrough the club, the queen and her attend' lor the welfare ot the whole student body.
First Burr: Darlene Charrier, Nancy Meyer, Audrey Terrian, Margie Labre, ludv Dixon, Marlene Lee Rosemary
Ealm. Sally l'redrick, Cecile Nault, Mary Rouse, Roberta Schultz, Betty McKinnon, Susan Krueger, Carol
Second Bow: Marilyn Stoegbauer, Joanne Gorr, Elaine Joyce, Mary DuBois, Kay Carey, Lois Elmgren, Betty
llaldemann, Ann Pearson, joan Doll, Nancy Mortensen, ,loanne Schultz, Pat Tappan, Kay Denney. Donna
Van Gompel, Aludy Owen.
ilihird Bow: Rose Rasmussen, Nlary Ann Faulks, Bonnie Porath, .loyce Zachow, Nancy Mickelson, .loan lleigl,
Marilouise Stinski, Beverly Metv, Mardee Rohde, Donna Haldemann, Katharine llrubecky, Antoinette Kuethcr.
Mary Kalfahs, Sharon Martiny, Sandra Nixon.
lfoitrtli Burr: Ellen Rcichel, Marilyn VVerling. Carol Rutter, Alvin Beyer, Rollin Kramer, Ralph Kemps, Don
Rzflrlrs, Ralph Fralces, Earl Zacbow, Bob Gresenz, Kathryn Bisel. Mary Severson, Marylin Breaker, Marlene
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Carol Rutter, Sharon Martiny, Elaine lloycc, Janice Krcutcr
First How: Beverly Rewey, Arlene Sievert, Janet Brogen, Patricia Verhagen.
Secmzd How: Sandra Schultv. llalel Mueller, Ellen Evans, Vida Skifstacl, Pauline Pitscli, Planet
VVismcr, Nina Tliermanscn, Mr. Bcgcr.
First Bow: Carol Bowman, Susan Landig, Sally Philippi, janet Schultz, Margie Labre. Darlene Charrier, Sue
Second Bow: Peggy Bunker, Nancy Horn, Margie Brezinski, Carol Birmingham. Audrey Paul, Emogene Below,
'fltircl Bow: Ann Norman, Barbara Abendroth, Lois Ehngren, Mr. Bunker, Sandra Nixon, Carol Anderson. Kay
Al the organirational meeting that was held on October
l-lth, the members ol' the Library Club chose the club's
ofiiccrs for the year 1952-53. The new oilieers of the club
elected were Lois Elmgren, president: Carol Bowman, vice
president: Marjorie l.abre, secretary: and Nancy llorn.
ilihere xx ere twenty student librarians who worked dur
ing their lree periods each day. A student librarian must
maintain a I5 grade point average and be willing to work.
ilihe main objective of the librarians is to improve the
library service to the school.
ln May the club held a Senior Dinner for the gradual'
ing librarians and a picnic lor all the librarians of this year.
Mr. llugene Bunker was the new faculty advisor lor the
l.ibrary Club, and his service has been deeply appreciated
by the school.
, SAFETY CLUB
lihe Safety Cilub was Uligilllilljil this year by Mr. Cihris
toph and interested students. The ollicers included Bob
Cowling, president: Marvin Broehin, vice-president: and
Cynthia Albert, seeretatyftreasurer. The membership was
divided into four committees including the School Build
ing--Nancy Ellis, Chairman: Car ci!tlIlllliUCC--'Al2ll'Vill
Broehni, chairman, lihe Bike CYmtnmittcc-Balph Kinfel.
chairman: and thc Grounds forumittec-Bobcrt Elwood,
The club's purpose is to promote better saiiety in school.
Students must become aware of the growing importance
of safety in industry and every day life. Besides supervis
ing and reporting and hazardous conditions. the committee
has sponsored safety tallts in other schools.
l7irs1 Bow: Mary Albert, Nancy Ellis, VVilliam .l. Wlingen, Bobert UI. Cowling, -lr., llarleoe l'ctcrseo, Cynthia
Second Bow: Marvin Broehin, Torn Kaufman, jack Kuehl, Faith Quadc, Diclt llarwood.
Third Bow: Lester Hansen, Bob Burts, Balph Kinzel, Bill Tyriver, Mr. G. F. Christoph.
cts. t s is +
First Row: Carol Bowman, Gloria Dorn, Margie Lalnrc, Jucly Dixon, Annette Vanislcy, Marilyn Vvcrling, Nancy
Ellis, Sally Plmilippi, Gail Lneltning.
Second How: Carol llaufe, Jean Parlaur. Muna Lauritlcn, Katharina' llrulmccky, Katliryn llum'ci', Mary Dulluis.
'lilzinl Ilmv: Alicc Draco, llrmy Km-Im, Louis lfrclman, llill Vllicsncr, Don l.aflin. Diclt llinc, lxllllbllllfilk' lyllL'Il1L'I'.
Ihr- linglisli IV classes. lwlcl first aml fifth pt-rimls umlcr
tlw instruction of Miss Peterson, nnclcrtuulq tltc DI'OLlLlL'TlUl1
ul tlw traclitinnal pulrlicatinn ul' tlic Rocket lfclzncs, nlis'
trilvutccl cycry May. llliis magazine Contains llic uutstancl-
ing material nl' Ncunalt lligli sCl1t7UllS literary talent in tlu'
llmrm ol' pncms, sturics anrl cssays.
lvlw cclitur tliis ycar was Katharina' llruluccky anal un
Iwi' stall' wcrc Cfanml l:HXX'Il1ilI1, Margie l,alJi'c, Gail inclin-
ing, Kathy llnm'c1', luclv Dixon. Nancy' lfllis, Nlarilyn
7 Lim Bill
VK crling, Louis liflllllillillz Dun Lallin, 'litany Ku' , i'
Dick Rinc, Sally Pltilippi, 'limi Knctlwr, am
Also playing an important part was tln' lnmlwurlti
typing stall' wliicli incluclctl .loan llarltcr, Carol llaull'
Mary Du Huis, Gloria Dorn, Alice Dracc. IXIIIICIIL' Yanislty
aml Nlarlcnc lux
First Row: Margie Labre, Kathryn Bisel, Larry Kyle, Alexander Biolo, Edward Voigtman, Maurice Skihha, Gregory
Reinhardt, Gale Balthavor, Gerald Griepentrog, Paul
Second Row: joyce Nelson, Beth Zahel, Sandra Hatch,
Rasmussen, Mr. Krause.
Reverlv Braun, jacklvn Klartinv, Faith Quade. Katharine
Hrubeclty, Lois Elmgren, Mary DuBois, Kathryn Hoover., 1 4
Third Row: john Llewellyn, john Rasten, jim Krueger,
Gordon Harper, Richard Mcfrory.
Foiirtlv Rmv: jack Schiebler, Paul I7raItcs, Hans Dormer
Earl Zachow, David Leaman, Rohcrt Strauser.
SCIENCE HOBBIES CLUB
Photography, chemical analysis, and radio were the main
projects of the Science Ilohhies Cluh this year. Olliccrs for
the year were VVaIter Drew-President, Alex Riolom-Vice'
president, David Leaman-Treasurer, Rcth Zabel-Sccre
tary, and Paul Frakes-Reporter.
Regular meetings were held on the lirst and third Iliurs
days of each month. Group meetings were held when
needed, and the radio group had scheduled meetings for
Monday evenings once a weelc. Advisor to the cluh is Mr.
Ed Armatoski, Richard Rartel, james Roehm, Tom Mollow,
Ralph Kinzel, jim Ncuhauer, Rarry Iiranzen. VVaIter Drew.
The aim ol' the Projection Cluh is to operate the movie
machine, the tape recorder, and the Iilm strip machine.
Some ol' the older memhers ol' the club repair and clean
the school's equipment.
Ihis year the cluh consisted ol' twenty live hoys and
girls Linder the guidance ot Mr. john Gundlach. the clubs
On Awards Day the mcmluers received certilicatcs in
appreciation lor their services.
Iiirst Row: Dick Martiny, janet Rivet, joan Ellis, Gordon Iialclc, Lyle Ilart, Ulilliam DcI.app. Rohert I'rindIc,
Nancy johnson, Dorothea Reuss, Mr. Gundlach.
Second Row: Rohlmin Bonnin, LeRoy Fenske, Myron Rocchert, Tom X'ViIIarson, Larry Christopher, Rollin Kramer,
james Krueger, Richard VViIIiams, Tom Molzow, Stan Levy.
Third Row: Robert Strauser, Earl Zachow, Robert Andersen, john Iowns, Ralph Kinzel, Marvin Rroehm, 'Iom
Voigt, Eugene Feseh, Lyle Olsen.
liifkf How: Marlene Allen, Caryl Springer, Marlene Les. Sally Philippi, Roberta Sehultl, Miss Riser.
Su-f:11d How: Charles lerome, Tom Hart, Robert Burts, Antinette Kuether, Elisabeth Vllilton.
The oilieers of the Spanish Club this year were: presi-
dent, Elizabeth VVilton, viee-president, Robert Burts, anal
secretary-treasurer, Caryl Springer. The eluh met on the
thirtl Friclay of eaeh month tluring elass time. The purpose
of the elub was to learn more about the Spanish speaking
Countries in the worlrl. Miss Kiser is the iaeulty aclyisor.
Each year they holcl a Christmas party as the Spanish
or Xlexieans mio, ancl at their spring pienie they usually
invite a speaker.
vlillis year, as in past years, the Latin Club is eomposecl
ol' Lvitin ll stutlents. 'llhe elub eoncluets its meetings in
eliss on the thircl Friday of eaeh month. Ufheers of the
lfiurth period elass were two eonsuls, lva ilillegas ami
Alex Biolo, with Lisa Vlliehmann as seeretary. l'he seventh
periods eonsuls were Beverly Braun and Bruce Davis.
Nanev Mortensen was the secretary. llvhe purpose oi' the
club was to learn more about the Romans.
Christmas parties are helcl each year. In the spring the
semi-annual Latin Banquet was helil. ilihe Latin ll stu
clents portrayed noblemen, while the Latin i students
aetecl .is slaves.
First Row: Susan Krueger, Iva Hillegas, jucly Dixon, Helen VViekham, Mary Kalfahs, Miss Kiser, joan lleigl.
Nanev Mortensen, loanne Schultz, Lisa VViehmann.
9 Cf1'ILl lime: Mary Severson, Helen VVinter, joAnn Pierce, ,loan Dall. Sandra Hatch, .laeklyn hlartiny. Estelle
hlvty, Marv Vlliita, Mariorie Gehrlce -lucly Owen.
'liliird Rite: Diek Burr, Gortlon llarper, -loan Fanclrey, Ann Pearson, Faith Quacle, llvgggy Aggers, Beverly Braun,
lohn Owen, Alexancler biolo,
Vciirfh Rue: Robert DeLapp, Dave Bouquet, john Millar. liruee Davis, Louis Erclmann, Bill Zitelman. Neil
First Row: Dave Remmel, Cecile Nault, Kathryn Bisel, Pat Tappan, Elaine Joyce, Estelle Marty, Judy Dixon, Carol
Hoehne, Sue Chudacoff.
Second Row: Stuart Monard, Dick Burr, Keith Olski, Aubrey Fowler, Rufus lhde, Terry Kelly, Bill Kutscher,
Roy Krueger, Mr. Borgen.
Third Roni: james Meyer, Don Lailin, Marvin Broehm, VVilliam Sund, Charles Sorensen, Richard Whitelicvuse, Paul
Student Council elections for the year of '52-'53 were
held in each homeroom on October 2nd and 3rd. One
representative was selected from each homeroom with the
exception of two from each study hall.
The advisor to the council is Mr. Borgen, Principal ol'
Neenah High School.
Don Laflin was elected president ol' Student Council.
Bill Kutseher, as vice-president, Kathryn Bisel, as secre-
tary, and Elaine joyce, as treasurer.
Projects sponsored by the Council were the junior Red
Cross Drive and gift boxes, Christmas hall decorations, the
faeulty tea, and Tag Day. The proceeds from Tag Day
are used to help some senior to further his or her education.
W Neenah lligh Schools Student Council is a very success-
lul and worthy organization.
First Row: Iva Hillegas, Gail Loehning, Marietta Pelton, Barbara Schiebler, Helen Wickham, Nancy Horn.
Second Rout: Elaine joyce, Lois Elmgren, Katharine Hrubecky, Sharon Martiny, Mr. Harris.
'I hird Row: Paul Erakes, Louis Erdmann, Ralph Kinzel, VValter Drew, Alexander Abel.
'lhis year the Thespians added the gala "ll'hespian Pre-
miere" to its featured attractions along with the spring and
lhe fall play was a humorous autobiographical sketch
of a teen-age girl whose madcap antics caused her family
quite a bit of worry. Taking the parts in "VVe Shook the
Family Tree" were Nancy Horn, Beverly Frakes, Sherman
Marty, Marietta Pelton, Ralph Kinzel, ,lon Hopkins, Rich-
ard Martiny, Patricia Haase, Monica Marmes, Elizabeth
Wlilton, Peter Miedke and Marcia Ealck.
ln january several student directors along with the
advisors Mr. Harris and Miss Broetzman put on three
short plays, Gail Loehning and Louis Erdmann directed
"lhe Best There lsn by Marian Wefer. lncluded in the
cast were Mary VViita, Rosemary Salm, Barbara Ghristo-
pher, john Coleman, Richard Snyder, Rachel Krenger,
and Mary Keating. "Sugar and Spiceu by A. A. O'Keeffc
was directed by Marlene Lee and Ken Bredendick, while
Sandy Abel, hlarian Brown, Barbara Sehiebler, lylarietta
Pelton, Margie Labre, Judy Owen, and Dick Koerner took
the parts. Katharine Hrubecky and Lois Elmgren were
directors of "Seeds of Suspicion" by Dorothy Sagers with
XValter Drew, lva llillegas, jackie Martiny, VVilliam
Kutscher, Lois Gerrits, Mary Kalfahs, Gordon Falck, and
Peter Miedke in the cast.
The spring play was "Our Town" hy Thornton Vvilder.
The cast included David Reilly, Richard McCrory, Lyall
Stilp, Ken Bredendick, Marietta Pelton, Nancy Ellis, Bruce
Ammerman, Marcia Ealck, Sherman Marty, Sue Severson,
David Leaman, Louis Erdmann, Ray Lewis, Gail Loehn-
ing, Williaiii Zitelman, John Coleman, Mary Kalfahs,
Anita Braun, Bruce Davis, Robbin Bonnin, Larry Kyle,
Mildred Halle, Pat Tappan, Elizabeth Leaman, Nina
Thermansen, Beverly Frakes, Fred Hrubeckv, Peggy
Aggers, and Tom Toilette, Mr. Harris was the director.
The ollicers of Thespians were Lois Elmgren, president:
Katharine Hrubecky, secretaryg and Louis Erdmann.
. Along with regular business transactions fifteen new
members were initiated into the group. VVinning this high
honor were David Reilly, Bruce Ammerman, john Cole-
man, Dick McCrory, Peter Miedke, Kay Carey, Nancy
Ellis, Sue Severson, Nancy Horn, Sandy Abel, Walter
Drew. Elaine Joyce, Stan Levy, Marietta Pelton, and
First Row: Carol Bowman, Carol Haufe, Elaine Joyce, Pat Tappan, Gail
Second Row: Kathy Hoover, Sharon Martiny, VValter Drew, Aubrey Fowler,
Lois Elmgren, Mr. Thomas.
First Row: Kathleen McCoy, Joyce Zachow, Rose Schloemer, Susan O'Leary,
Joanne Gorr, Joanne Schultz, Violet Bloom, Sue Chuclacoff.
Second Roni: Barbara Schiebler, Nancy Mortensen, Mary VViita. Sharon
Martiny, Pat Tappan, Cele Nault, Helen Wickhaiii.
Third Roni: Antoinette Kuether, Mona Lauritzen, Uiclc Barrel, Richard
McCroy, Beverly Braun.
First How: Shirley DeBroka, Fran Levitt, Nancy Sylvancler, Annette Vanisky,
Ruth Pyott, Gloria Dorn.
Second Row: Ann Norman, Bill Kutscher, Keith Olski, Elaine Joyce, Carol
Haulie, Marylin Breaker.
First How: Margie Labre, Mary DuBois, Estelle Marty, Mary Kalfahs,
Kathryn Bisel, .ludy Dixon.
Second Row: Katharine Ilrubecky, VValter Drew. jim lioelim, Nancy
I-'irsl How: Margie Labre, Carol Rutter, Carol Bowman.
Sucoml How: Elaine juycc, Ruth Aggers, Mona Lauritzen.
BUSINESS AND ADVERTISING STAFF
First Row: Susan Miller, Audrey Schuette, Betty Arndr, Gail Loehning, janet
Burr, Nancy Meyer.
Second Row: Barbara Schiebler, Mavis Erclmann, jackie Fandrey, Mary
VViita, Lois Elrngren, Judy Owen.
Illvird Row: Kay Carey, Frank Hochholzer, Prichard Mclfruy, Doug Dixon,
School began once again and the poor, hope-
less "Greenhorns" wandered about the halls
frantically looking for their classrooms.
lCourteous seniors helped them whenever
First general assembly at which rules and
regulations were discussed and a few words
of welcome by Mr. Borgen and Mr. Mennes.
In the opening football game of the year
Neenah traveled to Sheboygan to soundly
lick the Sheboygan Central squad l3-O.
An interesting assembly in which Mr. C. E.
Jones talked and pointed out some of the
uses of the Gyroscope. Great majority of the
students went to the ballot boxes and chose
their candidates for the class offices.
Pep assembly in preparation for the big Kau-
kauna game the following day. Coach Thomp-
son presented the football team to the stu-
dent body and gave their names and posi-
The mighty Kaukauna Ghosts fell to our Nee-
nah Rockets in a terrific gridiron tussle 21-O.
That night a "Victory Dance" was put on by
the Conservation Club and Dick Rine was
elected Football King. He chose Carol Bow-
man to reign with him as Queen.
ln a very close game the Neenah "B" Team
tipped the Menasha JV squad 12-6.
The Rocket Frosh continued the "winning
ways" of Neenah High as they swamped Wil-
son of Appleton 28-7.
Neenah played the part of a "poor host" as
it dropped Kimberly into the defeated column
l9-O to extend their season record to three
Students got afternoon off! Teachers had ln-
dustry Education Day.
Neenah Frosh traveled to Kaukauna and
came out on the short end of a 22-O score.
Student Council held election of officers. Don
Laflin, Bill Kutscher, Elaine Joyce, and Kath-
ryn Bisel were chosen to lead the Council
4 Neenah Rockets traveled to Clintonville for a
big gridiron tussle and whipped the Truck-
ers soundly 14-2.
6 An assembly was held in which the "Uni-
cycle" was demonstrated.
7 Hundreds upon hundreds of smiles that day
as individual pictures were taken.
8 "Rocket" pictures were taken today and on the
9th. A bit cold at times for some of the stu-
dents in short sleeves!
9 Freshman Tea held, big success, everyone
had a wonderful time.
l l "Dad's Day" as the Rockets played host to the
Two Rivers Raiders, sending them home de-
feated by a score of 21-0.
l4 Seniors took field-trips, touring some of the
Twin City industries.
16 The Frosh football squad travelled to Kimber-
ly, winning l3-O.
I8 The big "Homecoming Game" was perfection
as Neenah swamped the hapless New Lon-
don Bulldogs 54-l2. That night the Pep Club
held a dance in the NHS gym for an overflow
crowd of students to put an end to a "perfect
23 The Neenah Frosh closed a very successful
season by beating the Menasha "Jays" 12-7.
24 ln the big "game of the year" the Rockets
traveled to Butte des Morts field to tip the
Blueiays l4-O in a hard-fought contest.
29 All the seniors came to school dressed up for
one of their big "days" of the year, Career
31 That night the Neenah Police sponsored a
Halloween Party at the NHS at which every-
one had a good time.
l Neenah traveled to Shawano and was upset
by a strong Indian football team 26-25.
6 Happy Days! No school! Teachers' Convention.
'll Armistice Day program given for the stu-
dent body. Huge success.
l2 Same program put on for the parents. Parents
had a chance to visit with the NHS teachers,
13 "Romance of Words" assembly put on by
Mr. Meyers. NHS honor students went to
17 The play "We Shook The Family Tree" was a
smash success as Nancy Horn starred in the
Play put on for parents in the evening.
The Neenah Rockets lost to Wisconsin Rapids
50-46 in the opener of basketball season.
26 Rockets played host to the Ripon Tigers, beat
27 Two days of Thanksgiving vacation.
28 ln a Thriller Menasha edged out The Rockets
68-63 in The Mid-Eastern conference opener.
4 Neenah Frosh dropped Their basketball open-
er To Kimberly 30-20.
5 Rockets played host to Shawano Indiansg lost
a Thriller 58-52.
7 On Sunday afternoon a Christmas program
was given by The NHS choral groups.
11 Mid-Eastern conference debate Tournament
aT Clintonville. The Rocket debaters, paced by
Mary Wiita and Bob DeLapp, brought another
Trophy home as They Tied for first place. Nee-
nah Frosh tripped up The McKinley cagers
49-38. Something new aT NHS! Assembly
Sing! Students enjoyed iT!
12 Neenah Traveled To Clintonville for a cage
tilt: came out on The short end of a 64-46
16 In a very interesting assembly, Mr. Park from
China spoke on international affairs.
18 Roosevelt of Appleton managed to Tip The
Rocket frosh 40-30 despite a late Neenah
19 Christmas band concert put on by Mr. Mais
and his 4th period band. Very good! Rocket
Varsity basketball Team upsets The Kaukauna
Ghosts 46-44 in a nip-and-tuck affair. Christ-
mas vacation began!
5 Christmas vacation over and school began
8 The rigors of Arctic Travel were explained in
detail by Mr, Scott in a very interesting
9 Neenah Traveled To Two Rivers and after a
valiant fourth quarter rally fell short, lost by
The close score of 48-47.
10 The Neenah Rockets played host To The Kim-
berly cagers and won on a Thrilling last-
second basket to tip the Papermakers 47-44.
The Rocket Frosh went up against the Wilson
squad, winning 51-48.
Kaukauna's Frosh team beat Neenah 39-33 in
a close game. Gym tests! "Ohh, my aching
The Rockets held down high-scoring Don Kroll
To go on to swamp the hapless New London
One of the biggest dances of The year was
held - the annual G.A.A. Dance! The dance
was a terrific success!
Yikes, hang on! First day of semester exams!
More exams! Rocket Frosh played the Mena-
sha Blueiays and beat them 48-44.
Mrs. Duvall spoke to the entire student body
on Teen-age problems.
Kimberly beat The Rockets in a Frosh tilt 54-
Report cards came out! Thespians put on
three one-act plays which were highly enter-
In the first game of The second round of Mid-
Eastern conference Neenah was beaten bythe
strong Shawano Indian team by the score of
Our Rocket Frosh Traveled to Appleton to
play Roosevelt, coming home on the short
end of a 37-30 score.
The remainder of the "ROCKET" pictures were
taken, Led by Tom Malchow who netted 22
points, the Rockets trampled over the Clin-
tonville Truckers 67-61.
Kaukauna suffered a setback after an encoun-
Ter with the Rockets, This time the score be-
The Neenah debate team walked off with first
place honors at the Sectional tournament held
at Menasha with a record of 5 wins and 1
loss. Robbin Bonnin led the way with three
best-speaker ratings. Girls' Senate sponsored
a dance which turned out To be highly suc-
Neenah whipped Wilson in the Frosh basket-
ball conference 44-30 without any difficulty.
Coach Thompson's Frosh cagers continued
their winning ways by mauling Kaukauna 40-
Two Rivers became the next victim of The
Rockets as the Raiders lost 73-50. Captain
Tom Ryan and Dick Rine, forming one of the
best guard combinations in the Mid-Eastern
conference, were instrumental in this victory.
Kimberly managed to best the Rockets 70-
62 as a Rocket rally fell short in the fourth
NHS students were treated to a highly enter-
taining assembly - "The Aristocrats of Song".
Menasha Frosh took a licking from Neenah
In the final game of the conference season,
the Rockets ran rough-shod over the hapless
New London cagers 57-48.
Mr. Mais and his bands put on the Winter
Band Concert before parents and friends in
the high school auditorium.
praise can be said about this program.
Once again we met the Blueiays-this time in
the Hrst game of the Regional basketball
tournament. Although the Rockets fought
hard all the way, they lost 73-62.
ln the consolation semi-Hnals Neenah ran up
against the New London cagers and defeated
them in a thriller 46-44.
Fond du Lac provided the opposition for
Neenah in the consolation finals. In the
finale of the year the Rockets "pulled the
game out of the fire" in the closing seconds
of play to win 57-53.
Bruce McFarlin, Negro baritone, sang for the
student body various spirituals and popular
songs in a highly entertaining assembly.
The NHS Thespians presented a play for the
benefit of the students entitled "Our Town".
Many regarded this play as one of the best
that NHS has had for over six years!
St. Pat's Day! Everybody wore green!
Mothers and teachers were treated to a won-
derful meal at the Senior Girls' Dinner. An
interesting program followed the dinner.
Hang on to your hats, guys and gals! And
l mean that! The annual April Fool edition of
Spring Vacation Started. fWhere's my tennis
7 Yippee! School starts!
8 Report carols. CA!! the teachers were very
sympathetic. Wish our parents were!!
11 Freshman Dance. Everyone had a gala time.
13 Carroll College Choir put on an assembly for
the students. Very good!
16 The Latin classes put on their Roman Banquet.
"Friends, Romans, Countrymen, lend me your
ears." Slaves and everything! Everyone had a
17 Tag Day. This was for the Student Council
21 Neenah tennis team set a new state record as
they beat Appleton 7-0 for their 40th con-
22 Biology Club Exhibit.
25 Band Festival at Menasha. Neenah band mem-
bers received high honors for their efforts.
28 The 3rd Assembly Sing of the year. All the
Bing Crosbys and .lonie Jameses had them-
selves quite a day.
8 Biology Club took a trip to Chicago. It turneol
out to be quite a time.
12 Forensic Banquet. At that time all the awards
were given out.
15 Conference Track Meet. NHS students had the
22 All the printers took a day off and went on
a Held trip to Milwaukee.
25 Big day for the "Big Wheels"! Awards Day!
27 Wow! Home Ec. Style Show! Wow!
28 Study! Study! Study! Senior Exams!
31 Baccalaureate. Wistful sighs. "The end of an
1 Senior Banquet. The end is soon in sight!
Exams for freshmen, sophomores, and iuniors.
2 More studying! More exams!
3 Commencement. Sadness and happiness pre-
vail on this solemn occasion as the Class of
'53 graduates from the ranks of Neenah High
4 Rotary Luncheon for honor students.
5 Well, here goes! Report cards at 10:00.
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