Neenah High School - Rocket Yearbook (Neenah, WI)

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He became a member of the Board of Education on July 1, 1940. On July 12, 1949, he was elected president of the board, a position he now holds. During these years, Wilson School, Hoover School and the Wilson Addition have been constructed. Currently the first of three additions to the high school is under construction. Mr. Sund has been a prime motivating factor not only in the building program, but also in improv- ing the educational standards of Neenah schools. To you, Mr. Sund, for the unselfish public service you have given and for that which you will continue to give, we, the students, wish to say a sincere "thank-you". 3 TABLE OF CONTENTS I II III IV V VI VII VIII Administration . . Graduates . . Underciassmen . . Athletics . . . Organizations . . Calendar .... . Advertising and Index .... Snapshots . . . 27, 42, 63, 78, 4 Page 5 'I3 29 43 59 87 90 79 ADMINIST 5 RATION BOARD OF EDUCATION Mr. Molzow, Mr. Epps, Dr. Quade, Mr. Sund, Mr. Hrubecky, Mr. Hochhoizer, Mr. Mortensen MR. HAROLD B. MENNES Superinfendenf of Schools 6 MR. BORGEN ADMINISTRATION Neenah High School is under the competent administration of Mr. H. O. Borgen, Miss Griffiths, Mr. Christoph, and Mr. Spoo. Mr. Mennes, as head of the Neenah school system, is responsible for the efficient administration of all schools in addition to the high school. Two of his many duties are meeting with the school board and the selection of capable teaching personnel. Mr. Borgen, our principal, guides and advises our students and teachers. His door is ever open to the many problems which arise from day to day. He is also advisor of the Student Council. Mr. Christoph, the Dean of Boys, also is a general science teacher. As Dean, his job includes checking make-up cards and attendance records of the boys. He issues excuses from school and supervises the ever increasing parking and safety problems. The Dean of Girls is Miss Grittiths. Her job is to help girls with their problems and be advisor to the Girls' Senate. She holds private conferences with girls and makes many home visitations. In addition, she is a teacher of social problems. Mr. Spoo, the Guidance Director, helps to place students in iobs best suited to them and aids them in choosing colleges. Besides this, he is an English teacher and advisor of the Psychometry Club. 1 4 Y. , . X' 3 r .Ei gi? 1 R ...... ,. ., . . -4.5 5, st, .sw :. X S fy .1 'I' f ,E-:ss . 5 MR. CHRISTOPH MR. SPOO MISS GRIFFITHS SOCIAL STUDIES Mr. Dunwiddie - American History, Social Problems Mr. Beger- Civics Mr. Thom -Civics, World History Mr. Poulton - Geography, Special Classes Mr. Williams - American History Miss Hughes - World History Miss Griffiths - Social Problems ENGLISH DEPARTMENT Mr. Harris - English, Speech Miss Harris - English Miss Kiser - Latin, Spanish Miss Peterson - English Mr. Spoo - English Miss Broetzman - English Miss Meyer -- English SCIENCE Mr. Gundlach - Biology Mr. Braun - General Math, General Science Mr. Krause - Chemistry, Physics Mr. Christoph - General Science S3 MATHEMATICS Miss Raine - Algebra, General Mathematics Mr. Shepard - Advanced Algebra, Geometry, Trigonometry i INDUSTRIAL ARTS Mr. Poellinger-General Shop, Printing Mr. Zenisek - Drafting, General Shop, Machine Shop Mr. Gerhardt- General Shop, Woodworking COMMERCIAL Miss Cumming - Business Training, Typing Mr. Petersen - Bookkeeping, Business Law, Business Training Miss Swift-Shorthand, Typing Miss Burgdorff-Office Practice, Shorthand, Typing PHYSICAL EDUCATION Mr. Jorgensen Mr. Thompson Miss Hccse MUSIC Miss Roper - Choir Mr. Mais - Band Miss Cornish - Speech Correcfionisf Miss Shervey - Arf Miss GuIIickson - Home Economics Mr. Bunker - Librarian E F i l 2 l s t E l GENERAL OFFICE STAFF Mrs. Faulks, secretary to Miss Willitsf Miss Mulvey, payroll clerkg Miss Beisenstein, secretary to Mr. Mennesp Mrs. Krueger, secretary to Mr. Borgeng and Miss Patzel, payroll clerk. Mr. Brien is responsible for pur- chasing all supplies needed for maintaining all the school buildings in addition to the high school. Under his supervision is the entire staff of maintenance personnel. The life of many a teacher and student is made more pleasant by his un- tiring efforts. MR. E. C. BRIEN, Supervisor of School Properties ll CAFETERIA STAFF Mrs. Wendt and Mrs. Faulks SCHOOL MAINTENANCE DEPARTMENT Mr. Porcnh, Mr. Gooding, Mr. Rivet, Mr. Denhcardt, and Mr. Tyriver 12 N.. J, 2 V .. . X vi ' ,Q , 1 if 4 . 1 wk gx J ikijll M aj: as Q, v... uv SENIOR CLASS HISTORY It was a big day, that September 7, when our class of '54 made its presence known in the halls of Neenah High, and most of us were quaking with respect and apprehension. What little courage we mustered was badly shaken when, at the Cub Mixer, our hair was braided and tied with green ribbon, the symbol of our inexperience, and a few of the boys were forced to push pennies across that great gym floor with their noses! Shortly after the opening of school, we met the man who was to act as our class advisor throughout our four years in high school, Mr. Zenisek. What he said that day made a deep im- pression on us and we did not soon forget the meaning and sincerity of his words. Zenisek, Frakes' Bartel. Wilton, Brazeau As a class, our first duty was to elect the officers who would represent us in the school activities. Best suited for the jobs were Dick Zenisek, whom we elected as our president, Barry Franzen - vice-president, Joan Heigl - secretary, and Joyce Zachow - treasurer. At the end of the football season the boys elected the girl who would represent our class at the Homecoming game - Rose Rasmussen. While the boys trained for football, the girls were being shown the ropes of school by their "big sisters" and then entertained at the Big and Little Sister Party given by the Girls' Senate. They also held a tea for their mothers. That year Howie Johnson's team took first place in the freshman intramurals and shortly thereafter we began work on our first sponsored dance, "Spring Fever." 'k tk 'k 'lr We began our sophomore year effortlessly and as a result of a vigorous election, Harry Miller was elected president, Bob Gresenz -vice-president, Joanne Gorr- secretary, and Ann Pearson - treasurer. The first credit chalked to the name of "sophomore" as the result of our class output was a "first place" sign on our float in the Pep Parade that year. This was the origination of our Rocket man and blue iay which were to become our symbols of wins on floats to follow. Bonnie Porath was elected attendant to the Homecoming queen. We had caught onto the knack of ioining clubs by this time, and we participated in all phases of activities. We also led the classes on both honor rolls a number of times that year. Needless to say, a great many of us fol- lowed our varsity team to the state basketball tourney at Madison to cheer them on. "Cuban Cruise", the theme for our dance in January, was depicted through murals and gangplank entrance. As the year drew to a close, the Mother-Daughter tea was planned and resulted in a big success. 'k 'k 'k 'k In 1952 for president we chose Roy Krueger, vice-president-Carl Jankowski, secretary-Cele Nault, and treasurer - Iva Hillegas. We jumped right into the midst of things - all things. At the Pep Parade we took our second first with our float "We'll Be-heading for Victory". Sue Krueger was chosen to be our Homecoming representative. Staunch in our honors as well as extra-curricular activities, Cele Nault was chosen to attend Badger Girls' State and Dick Zenisek, John Owen, Harry Miller went to Badger Boys' State and Liz Wilton won an essay contest. Having worked on our prom decorations for weeks ahead of time, we were pretty well set when May 2 came. 'k 'k 'k 'lr Well aware that this was to be our last year in high school, we set out to really make something of it. Our first big proiect of the year was the election of officers, who were Dick Bartel - president, Doug Frakes - vice-presi- dent, Paula Brazeau-secretary and Liz Wilton-treasurer. For the Homecoming festivities, Ann Pearson was elected to reign as Queen. In the Pep Parade, our float followed the pattern or the past two years and received a first place with the slogan "We'lI Reign Over Menasha." Fund-raising activities were of great importance. We first pestered students to buy Rocket pennants and pen- cils and then Neenah High School bracelets. Rather than a single dance with decorations, we sponsored a series of three dances. The Mother-Daughter tea was a dinner this year and some of us took faculty members as our guests. We drew up the plans for the Dick Neubauer Memorial which will be placed in the new gym in honor and memory of Dick's love for basketball. This spring, the Honor Society was chosen and awards were bestowed upon those deserving. The prom was our last at Neenah High and Dick Bartel and Paula Brazeau were crowned king and queen. The receiving of our diplomas closed our four years at N.H.S. and signified finis for the class of '54 on June 10. 14 ALEXANDER ABEL "Sandy"- Basketball 'I, 2, Conservation Club I, 2, Football I, 2, 3, 4, Intramurals T, 2, 3, 4, Thespians 3, President 4, Track 'I, 2, 3, 4. RUTH AEBI "Ruthie" - Conservation Club 4, Hall Monitors 3, 4, Pep Club 4, Spanish Club 4. BRUCE ALBERTS Entered Neenah as a Junior from Menasha High School. MARLENE ALLEN Forensics I, Pep Club 3, Spanish Club 3, Ushers' Club 4. BETTY ARNDT Biology Club 3, 4, Cub 3, 4, Hall Monitors 4, Home Economics Club 'I, 2, Rocket 3, 4. THOMAS BAER "Tom"-Hall Monitors 4, Intramurals I, 2, 3, 4. ALICE BARNES "AI Terry" - Band 'I, 2, 3, 4, G.A.A. l, 2, Hall Monitors 3, 4, Pep Band l, 2, 3, 4, Pep Club 4, Phychometry Club 4, Rocket 3, 4, Student Council 4. JERALD BARR "Jerry" - Basketball 'I, Conservation Club 4, Football I, 2, 3, 4, Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4, Track 2, 3, 4. RICHARD BARTEL "Dick" - Band l, 2, 3, 4, Biology Club 2, 3, Vice-President 4, Class President 4, Conservation Club I, National Honor Society 4, Pep Band 2, 3, 4, Pep Club 4, Rocket 2, 3, Co-Editorial Editor 4, Rotary Luncheon l, Science Hobbies Club 3, Secretary 'I, 2, 3. RICHARD BARTES "Rich" - Band 'I, 2, Science Hobbies Club 'I. ALVIN BEYER "AI" - Baseball Manager 2, Team Member 3, 4, Intramurals 'I, 2, 3, 4, Pep Club 3, 4, Rotary Luncheon 2. ALEXANDER BIOLO f'Alex" - Band 'I, Basketball I, 2, 3, 4, Conservation Club 2, Football I, Intramurals l, 2, 3, 4, Latin Club President 3, Pep Club 2, Rotary Luncheon 2, Science Hobbies Club Vice-President 3, Tennis I, 2, 3, Captain 4. JOSEPH BIRLING "Joe" - Basketball I, Conservation Club l, Football 'I, Intramurals 'I, 2, 3, 4, Track I, 2, 3, 4. VIOLET BLOOM "Vi"-Conservation Club l, Girls' Choir l, Girls' Senate 2, Hall Monitors 3, 4, Rocket 3. JAMES BOEHM "Jim" - Biology Club 3, Intramurals 3, Mixed Choir I, 2, 4, Pep Club 3, Rocket StaIT 2, 3, Co-Photography Editor 4, Science Hobbies Club 'I, President 2, 3, 4, Track 4. MYRON BORCHERT Conservation Club 3, 4, Hall Monitors 4, lntromurals l, 2, 3, 4, Proiection Club 3, 4, Student Council 4. DAVID BOUQUET "Dave"-Band 'l, Biology Club, President 4, Debate 'l, Football 'l, 4, Hall Monitors 4, Intramurals l, 4, Latin Club 3, Rotary Essay 3, Student Council 4. MARY BOUSHLEY "Boush"- G.A.A. 'l, Girls' Choir 2, 3, 4, Pep Club 'I, Rocket Echoes 4. ANITA BRAUN "Nita"-Biology Club 2, 3, Conservation Club 'l, 2, 3, Cub 3, 4, Forensics 2, 3, G.A.A. T, 2, 3, 4, Girls' Choir 'l, Hull Monitors 3, 4, Pep Club 2, 3, 4. BEVERLY BRAUN "B-Ann"-Biology Club 4, Conservation Club 1, 2, 3, Debate 'l, G.A.A. 'l, 2, 3, 4, Girls' Choir 1, Girls' Senate, Co-President 4, Forensics 'l, Hall Monitors 3, Latin Club, President 3, Mixed Choir 2, Treasurer 3, 4, National Honor Society 4, Pep Club l, 2, 3, 4, Rocket 3, Co-Editor 4, Rotary Luncheon 2, Science Hobbies Club 3. PAULA BRAZEAU Band 'l, 2, Biology Club 4, Class Secretary 4, Conservation Club l, 2, 3, 4, Cub 2, 3, 4, Forensics 2, 3, 4, G.A.A. 'l, 2, Treasurer 3, Vice-President 4, Girls' Senate, Secretary 2, Latin Club 3, Library Club 2, National Honor Society 4, Pep Club 'l, 2, 4, Rocket 2, 3, 4, Rotary Luncheon 2, Student Council, Secretary 4. LORRAINE BROOKS "DoDo"-Bancl l, 2, 3, 4, Cub T, 2, 3, Pep Band 2, 3, 4. DAVID BROWN "Dave"-Basketball 3, Conservation Club 3, 4, lntromurals 3, 4, Student Council 4, Track 3, 4, Entered as a iunior from St. Mary's. PATRICIA BUN N "Pat"-Hall Monitors 4, Home Economics Club 1, 2, 3, 4. JANET BURR "Jan"- Band i, 2, 3, Biology Club 2, 3, Conservation Club 3, Treasurer 4, Cub 2, 3, 4, G.A.A. l, 2, 3, 4, Hall Monitors 3, 4, Pep Club l, Rocket 2, 3, Business Editor 4, Spanish Club 4. RICHARD BURR "Dick"-Basketball i, Conservation Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Football 'l, Intramurals l, 2, 3, 4, Latin Club 3, Student Council 3, Track 'l. CONSTANCE CAMPBELL "Connie"- Band I, Biology Club 4, Cub 4, G.A,A. 1, 2, Psychometry Club 4. JAMES CARD "Ace" - Rocket Echoes 4. KAY CAREY "Karems"-Biology Club 2, 4, Conservation Club 1, Cub 2, 3, 4, G.A.A. 2, 3, 4, Girls' Senate 3, Hall Monitors 4, Pep Club 2, 3, 4, Psychometry Club 2, Rocket 3, Co-Typing Editor 4, Spanish Club, Secretary 4, Student Council 3, Thespians 3, Treasurer 4. KAY CARLSON Biology Club 4, Conservation Club l, G.A.A. 'l, Girls' Choir T, Hall Monitors 4, Pep Club 4, Rocket Echoes 4, Rocket Staff 4. DALE CASE Conservation Club 'l, 45 Football 'lg Track 1, 3 LARRY CHRISTOPHER "Chris"- Football 'I5 Proiection Club 35 Science Hobbies Club 3. WAYNE COLE RICHARD COWLING "Dick"- Intramurals 'l, 2, 35 Rocket Echoes 45 Cub 4. BRUCE DAVIS Band 1, 2, 3, 45 Biology Club 45 Intramurals 'lg Latin Club 35 Pep Band 2, 3, 45 Pep Club 25 Rotary Luncheon 'l5 Track 'l, 3, 4. ROBERT DELAPP "Bob"-Debate 'l, 2, 3, Vice-President 4, President5 Forensics 2, 3, 45 Hall Monitors 3, 45 Intramurals I, 2, 35 Latin Club 35 National Honor Society 45 Rotary Luncheon 'lg Proiection Club 4. JOAN DOLL "Joni"- Band I, 2, 3, 45 Biology Club 45 G.A.A. l, 2, 3, 45 Hall Monitors 45 Latin Club 35 Pep Band 'l, 2, 3, 45 Pep Club l, 3, 45 Rocket 4. HAROLD DORDEL "Harry"- Intramurals 2, 3, 45 Track 'l, MARYLYN DUCAT "Duke"- Biology Club 45 Cheerleaders 2, 3, Captain 45 Conservation Club 35 G.A.A. I, 2, 35 Girls' Senate 35 Hall Monitors 45 Pep Club I, 2, 35 Psychometry Club 45 JANET EAKE Biology Club 45 Hall Monitors 4. ROBERT ELWOOD "Bob"- Intramurals I, 2, 3, 45 Safety Club 3, President 4. ROBERT ERB "Bob"- Hall Monitors 3, 45 Intramurals 2, 3, 4. ELLEN EVANS Biology Club 35 Conservation Club 'I, 25 G.A.A. T, 25 Hall Monitors 45 Ushers Club. CURTIS FALCK JACQUELYN FANDREY "Jackie" - Biology Club 45 Conservation Club 35 Cub 3, 45 G.A.A. I, 35 Hall Monitors 45 Latin Club 25 Rocket 45 Rocket Echoes, Co-Editor 4. BARBARA FENSKY "Bobs"-Conservation Club 45 G.A.A. 1, 25 Hall Monitors 45 Home Economics Club 1, 2, 45 Library Club 2. DOUGLAS FRAKES "Doug"- Basketball 2, 3, 45 Class Ofticer Vice-President 45 Conservation Club 1, 2, 3, President 45 Football 1, 2, 3, Co-Captain 45 Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 45 Rotary Luncheon 35 Track. PAUL FRAKES Band 1, 2, 45 Basketball 15 Conservation Club 1, 2, 35 Cub 1, 25 Intramurals 1, 2, 35 Science Hobbies Club 35 Student Council 35 Tennis 1, 25 Thespians 1, 2, 3, 4. ROBERT FRANCART "Bob"-Conservation Club 2, 3. BARRY FRANZEN "Freons"- Band 1, 25 Basketball 2, 3, 45 Class Vice-President 15 Conservation Club 25 Hall Monitors 45 Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 45 Rotary Essay 35 Science Hobbies Club 2, 35 Tennis 1, 2, 3, 4. SALLY FREDRICK "Sal"- Conservation Club 3, 45 G.A.A. 1, 2, 3, 45 Girls' Choir 15 Hall Monitors 45 Mixed Choir 2, 35 Pep Club 35 Psychometry Club 45 Rocket 4. MARJORIE GEHRKE "Marge"-Band 1, 2, 35 Biology Club 45 Conservation Club 45 G.A.A. 15 Latin Club 35 Pep Band 15 Pep Club 1, 4. JOANNE GORR ROBERT GRESENZ "Bob"- Basketball 15 Class Oiiicers 2, Vice-Presiclent5 Conservation Club 1, 3, 45 Cub 1, 2, 3, 45 Football 15 Hall Monitors 45 Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 45 Pep Club 2, 3, Vice- President 45 Rocket 45 Science Hobbies Club 1, 45 Spanish Club 45 Student Council 1, Treasurer 45 Tennis 2, 3, 4. SHIRLEY GRIEPENTROG "Griep"- Hall Monitors 45 Home Economics Club 1, 2, 45 Psychometry Club 4. SHIRLEY GULLICKSON "Shirl"- Conservation Club 2, 35 G.A.A. 1, 2, 3, 45 Hall Monitors 3, 45 Home Economics Club 1, 2, 35 Pep Club 4. GERALD HABER "Jerry"- Entered as Senior from Trenton, Michigan. BETTY HALDEMANN "Haldy"- Conservation Club 1, 2, 3, 45 G.A.A. 2, 3, 45 Hall Monitors 45 Home Economics Club 25 Pep Club 2, 3, 4. NANCY HALEY "Nan"- Biology Club 2, 3, 45 Conservation Club 15 G.A.A. 1, 2, 3, 45 Hall Monitors 45 Mixed Choir 25 Girls' Choir 15 Rocket 2, 45 Spanish Club 4. DON HARNESS "Smiley"-Conservation Club 1, 2, 3, 45 Intramurals 1, 2, 3. GORDON HARPER "Gordie"- Band I, 25 Biology Club 45 Hall Monitors 45 Intramurals I5 Latin Club 35 National Honor Society 45 Pep Club I5 Proiection Club, President 45 Rocket Photography Co-Editor 45 Rotary Luncheon 35 Science Hobbies Club I, 2, 3, President 4 THOMAS HART HTOITIH SANDRA HATCH "Sandy"- Biology Club 45 Cub 3, 45 Conservation Club I5 Girls' Choir I5 Hall Monitors 3, 45 Latin Club 35 Library Club 45 Pep Club 45 Mixed Choir 25 Rocket Echoes 45 Rocket 45 Science Hobbies Club 3. JOAN HEIGL "Joanie"-Band I, 25 Class Treasurer I5 Conservation Club I, 2, 3, 45 G.A.A. I, 2, 3, 4 Latin Club 35 Pep Band I, 25 Pep Club 3, 4, Secretary 3. IVA HILLEGAS "Irving"-Class Treasurer 35 Girls' Senate 25 Hall Monitors 3, 45 Latin Club 3, President5 Pep Club 45 Rocket 45 Rotary Luncheon l5 Thespians 2, 3, Secretary 45 National Honor Society 4. LORRAINE HOEHNE Biology Club 2, 3, 45 G.A.A. I, 2, 3, 45 Girls' Choir I, 25 Hall Monitors 3, 45 Home Economics Club 2, 3. CARL JANKOWSKI "Bone"-Band I, 2, 3, 45 Junior Class Vice-President5 Conservation Club I, 2, 3, 45 Football I5 Intramurals I, 2, 35 Pep Band 45 Student Council 4. LOIS JENKINS Biology Club 3, 45 Conservation Club I, 2, 35 G.A.A. Ip Home Economics Club I, 2. CAMILLE JOHNSON "Johnnie" - Band I, 2, 3, 45 Biology Club 45 Forensics 25 G.A.A. I, 2, 35 Girls Choir I5 Pep Club 45 Spanish Club 2. HOWARD JOHNSON "Howie"- Basketball I, 2, 3, 45 Football I, 2, 3, 45 Intramurals I, 2, 3, 45 Student Council 45 Track I, 2 FRANK JONES "Frankie"- Football I5 Hall Monitors 3, 45 Intramurals I, 2, 35 Mixed Choir I, 25 Track I, 3. MARY KALFAHS "Poots"- Band I, 2, 3, 45 Biology Club 45 Conservation Club I, 2, 3, 45 Cub 2, 3, 45 G.A.A. I, 2, 3, 4, President 45 Girls' Senate 2- Hall Monitors 45 National Honor Society 45 Latin Club 35 Pep Band I, 2, 3, 45 Pep Club I, 2, 3, 45 Rocket I, 2, 3, 45 Rotary Luncheon I5 Student Council 25 Thespians 4. 1 VIRGINA KAUN "Ginnie"- Entered as freshman from Winnebago Lutheran Academy, Fond du Lac, Wisconsin5 Forensics 25 Hall Monitors 45 ROBERT KELLETT "Kettle" - Mixed Choir I5 Rocket Echoes 45 Science Hobbies Club I. RALPH KIESOW "Moose"- Baseball 2, 3, 45 Basketball I, 45 Conservation Club I5 Cub 45 Football I, 25 Intramurals I, 2, 3, 45 Rocket Echoes 4. 7 EUGENE KLASSEN "Gene"-Conservation Club I, 2, 3, Intramurals I, 2, 3, 4, Science Hobbies Club 2, 3. DONALD KLITZKE "Blitz, Jr."- Conservation Club I, 2, 3, 4, Football I, Intramurals I, 2, 3, 4. PATRICIA KOOLS "Pot"-Conservation Club 2, 3, G.A.A. 2, 3, Pep Club 3, Spanish Club 4, ROLLIN KRAMER "Rollie"-- Baseball lmanagerj I, 2, 3, 4, Conservation Club 2, 3, 4, Hall Monitors 2, Intramurals 3, 4, Mixed Choir 3, Pep Club 2, 3, 4, Proiection Club I, 2, 3, 4. GEORGE KREISS Hall Monitors 3, 4, Intramurals I, 2, 3, 4, Mixed Choir I, President 2, Pep Club 4, Rotary Luncheon 4, Student Council 4, Track 3, 4, Basketball I. JAMES KRUEGER "Fritz"-Conservation Club I, 3, Hall Monitors 2, 3, Intramurals I, 2, 3, 4, Proiectlon Club I, 2, 3, Science Hobbies Club 3. ROY KRUEGER Baseball I, 2, 3, 4, Biology Club 4, Class President 3, Conservation Club 2, 3, Vice-President 4, Football I, 2, 3, 4, Hall Monitors 4, Intramural I, 2, 3, 4, Pep Club 2, 3, Treasurer 4, Rocket 3, Rotary Luncheon 2, Student Council I, 3, 4, Vice-President 4. LARRY KYLE "Shmile" - Biology Club 2, 3, Cheerleader 3, 4, Conservation Club I, 2, 3, Football I Intramurals I, 2, 3, 4, Mixed Choir I, Science Hobbies Club I, 2, 3. JACK LAND "Happy"- Cub 3, 4, Intramurals I, 2, 3, 4, Rocket Echoes 3, 4, Safety Club I. JAMES LARSEN "Lars"- Band I, 2, Intramurals I, 2, 3, 4. PATRICIA LARSON 4: "Pat" - Conservation Club I, Girls' Choir 4, Home Economics Club 2, 3, 4. RAYMOND LEWIS "Ray"- Entered as a Sophomore from Warren High School, Gurnee, Illinois, Band 2, 3, 4, Pep Band 4, Pep Club 4, Thespians Track 2. JOHN LLEWELLYN "Johnny"- Conservation Club 2, 3, 4, Rocket I, 2, Science Hobbies Club I, 2, 3. KENNETH MALCHOW "Ken" - Conservation Club 3, Football I, 3, Intramurals I, 2, Track 2. SHIRLEY MARSH Home Economics Club 4. 4 4 JACKLYN MARTINY "Jackie"-Band I, 2, Biology Club 4, Conservation Club 2, 3, G.A.A. I, 2, 3, 4, Latin Club 3, Pep Club I, 2, 4, Psychometry Club 4, Rocket 4, Rotary Luncheon 3, Science Hobbies Club 3. DOUGLAS MATHISON "Doug" - Conservation Club 4, Intramurals I, 2, 3, 4, Pep Club 4, Track 2, 3, Captain 4. RICHARD MCCRORY "Dick"-Cub 3, 4, Forensics 3, National Honor Society 4, Pep Club 4, Rocket Echoes, Business Manager 4, Rocket 3, Co-Editor 4, Rotary Luncheon 4, Science Hobbies Club 3, 4, Thespians 3, 4, Entered as a Junior from Wausau Senior High School. ELIZABETH MCKINNON "Betty"- Band I, 2, Conservation Club 2, 3, Cub 3, 4, Forensics 3, 4, G.A.A. I, 2, 3, 4, Latin Club 4, Library Club 2, Pep Club 2, 3, 4, Rocket Echoes 4, Rocket 4. SHIRLEY MENTINK G.A.A. I, Girls' Choir 2. EDYTHE MEYER "Fritz"- Band I, 2, 3, 4. NANCY MEYER "Nance"- Biology Club 4, Conservation Club I, 2, 3, G.A.A. I, 2, 4, Hall Monitors 4, Pep Club 3, 4, Rocket 3. SYLVIA MIKKELSEN "Sis"- Biology Club 2, Conservation Club I, Cub 4, G.A.A. I, 2, Girls' Choir 4. JOHN MILLAR "Gleep"- Band I, Biology Club 4, Debate I, 4, Football I, Forensics 2, 4, Latin Club 3, Pep Club 4, Rotary Luncheon 3. HARRY MILLER Badger Boys' State 3, Baseball I, 2, 3, Basketball I, 2, Class President 2, Conservation Club 3, 4, Football I, 2, 3, Captain 4, Intramurals I, 2, 3, 4, Pep Club 3, 4, President 3, Executive Board 4, Rocket 3, 4, Rotary Luncheon 2, Science Hobbies Club 4, Student Council I, 2, Track I. ROGER MILLER Basketball I, Football I, 2, Hall Monitors 4, Rocket Echoes 4. NANCY MORTENSEN "Nance"- Band I, 3, 4, Biology Club 4, Conservation Club I, 3, Cub 3, 4, Debate I, Treasurer 3, Forensics I, 3, G.A.A. I, 3, 4, Girls' Senate, Vice-President 4, Hall Monitors 4, Latin Club, Secretary- Treasurer 3, National Honor Society 4, Pep Band 4, Pep Club I, 3, 4, Rocket 3, 4, Rotary Luncheon 3, Student Council 4, Attended Central High School, Memphis, Tennessee, as a sophomore. HAZEL MUELLER Biology Club 3, 4, Conservation Club 3, 4, Hall Monitors 4, Ushers' Club 2, 3. PATRICIA MUENZEL "Windy"- Home Economics Club 4, Pep Club 4. CECILE NAULT "Cele" - Badger Girls' State 3, Biology Club I, 2, Class Secretary 3, G.A.A. I, Girls' Senate I, Hall Monitors 3, 4, National Honor Society 4, Pep Club I, 2, Treasurer 3, Executive Board 4, Rocket 3, Co-Editor of Layout 4, Rotary Luncheon I, Student Council 2, 3, 4. JANICE NEILL "Jan"-Conservation Club 4, G,A.A. 1, 2, Hall Monitors 3, 4, Home Economics Club 2, 3, Pep Club 4, Rocket 4. DON NELSON "Nuts"- Football 3, Hall Monitors 4, lntramurals 1, 2, 3, 4, Safety Club 4. JOYCE NELSON Biology Club 3, Secretary 4, Forensics 2, G.A.A. 1, 2, Girls' Senate 4, President 1st Semester, Hall Monitors 4, Rocket Staff 4, Rotary Luncheon 4, Science Hobbies Club 3. DONNA NIELSEN Band 1, 2, Conservation Club 1, Cub 4, G.A.A. 1, Girls' Choir 4, Psychometry Club 4. JOYCE OLSON Biology Club 2, 3, 4, Conservation Club 1, 2, G.A.A. 1, 2, 3, Hall Monitors 4. LYLE OLSON "Ole"-Conservation Club 2, 3, 4, Football 3, 4, Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4, Proiection Club 1, 2, 3, Track 1, 2, 3, 4. NANCY OTTO Ushers' Club 2. JOHN OWEN "Johnnie"- Badger Bays' State 3, Baseball 2, 3, 4, Basketball 2, 3, 4, Conservation Club 1, 2, Football 1, 2, 3, 4, Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4 Latin Club 3, National Honor Society 4, Pep Club 1, 2, President 4, Rotary Luncheon 1, Student Council 1, 2. JUDlTH OWEN "Jud"-Biology Club 4, Conservation Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Cub Business Manager 4, Forensics 4, G.A.A. 1, 2, 3, 4, Girls' Senate 1, Hall Monitors 4, Latin Club 3, Library Club 1, 2, Pep Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Rocket 3, 4, Thespians 4. SHIRLEY PARKER G.A.A. 1, Girls' Choir 1, 2, Mixed Choir 3, 4, Pep Club 4, Spanish Club 4. SUZANNE PARKER "Suzie"-G.A.A. 1, 2, Girls' Choir 4, Pep Club 1. ROBERT PARRISH "Bob"-Conservation Club 1, 2, 3, Intramurals 2, Mixed Choir 1. ROBERT PARROTT "Fang"-Football 1, 2, 3, Track 1, 2, 3. DONALD PAULSON "Donnie"-Conservation Club 4. ANN PEARSON "Annie P"- Biology Club 4, Class Treasurer 2, Conservation Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Cub 1, 2, 4: G.A.A. 1, 2, 3, Secretary 4, Girls' Choir 1, Hall Monitors 3, 4, Latin Club 3, Mixed Choir 2, Secretary 3, 4, Pep Club 1, 2, 3, Secretary 4, Rocket 1, 4, Rotary Luncheon 3 DARLYNE PETERSEN "Pete"- Entered as a freshman from Peotone Community High, Peotone, Illinois. Conserva- tion Club 4, Home Economics Club 2, Secretary 3, Pep Club 4. ROY PETERSON "Pete"- Football 1, Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4, Track 1, 2, 3, 4. AUDREY PONTOW G.A.A. 1, Hall Monitors 4, Home Economics Club 2. BONITA PORATH "Meot"- Biology Club 4, Conservation Club 2, 3, 4, G.A.A. 1, 2, 3, Girls' Choir 3, Secretary 4, Girls' Senate 1, Hall Monitors 4, Rocket Art Co-Editor 4, Student Council 4. SHIRLEY MAE PORATH "Shirley"-G.A.A. 1, 2, Girls' Choir 1, 4, Home Economics Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Mixed Choir 2, 3, Pep Club 1, 2, Rocket 3, 4. JERRY PREY "GrowIer"- Basketball 1, Conservation Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Football 1, 2, Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4, Track 1, 2, 3, 4. ROBERT RADDU "Bob"- Biology Club 4, Conservation Club 4, Cub 4, Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4, Rocket Echoes 4. ARDIS RAISLER "Squirt"- Band 1, 2 ,3, 4, Cub 3, 4, G.A.A. 1, Hall Monitors 4, Rocket Echoes 4, Spanish Club 4. ROSE RASMUSSEN "Rosie"-Conservation Club 1, 2, 3, 4, G.A.A. 1, 2, Hall Monitors 3, 4, Pep Club 2, 3, 4. PAUL REILLY Entered as a Junior from Mellen High School, Mellen, Wisconsin, Conservation Club 3, 4, Intramural 3, 4. MAYNARD REWEY "Bud"-Conservation Club 1, 3, 4, Intramurals 1, 2. JAMES RITTER "Tex" ARDYTH ROBERTS Entered as a Sophomore from Lena High, Lena, Wisconsin, Hall Monitors 4, Latin Club 4, Pep Club 4, Rocket Echoes, Co-Editor 4, Rocket 4. ALLEN ROBLEE "Al"-Conservation Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Hall Monitors 3, 4, Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4, Proiection Club 3, 4, Science Hobbies Club 1, Track 2. MARY ROUSE "Mouse"-Conservation Club 1, 2, 3, 4, G.A.A. 1, 2, 3, Girls' Senate 1, Pep Club 2, 3, 4. SANDRA ROZELLE "Sundi"- Girls' Choir 1, 2, 3, 4, G'rIs' Senate I. NAOMI SANDERS "Nomi"- Band I, 2, 3, 4, Biology Club 4, G.A.A. 1, 2, Hall Monitors 4, Lation Club 3, Rocket Echoes Associate Editor 4. PATRICIA SCHMIDT "Pat"- Biology Club 2, 3, Conservation Club I, 2, G.A.A. 1, Girls' Senate 3, Hall Monitors 4. EUGENE SCHNASSE "Snozz"- Conservation Club 1, 2, Cub 4, Football 1, 2, Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4, Rocket Echoes 4, AUDREY SCHUETTE "Aud"- Biology Club 2, Conservation Club 2, 3, Board Member 4, Cub Stal? 2, 3, 4, G.A.A. 1, 2, 3, Treasurer 4, Girls' Choir I, Girls' Senate 3, Secretary of Board, Hall Monitors 4, Mixed Choir 2, Secretary, Rocket 2, 3, Business Co-Editor 4. JANET SCHULTZ "Jan"-Biology Club 4, Conservation Club 'I, 2, 3, 4, Hall Monitors 3, 4, Latin Club 2, Library Club 2, Rocket Art Co-Editor 4, Rocket Echoes 4, Science Hobbies Club 4, Spanish Club, President 4. JOANNE SCHULTZ "Schultzie"-Biology Club 2, 4, Conservation Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Cub 1, 2, 3, Co-Editor 4. SANDRA SCHULTZ "Sandy"- Band I, 2, 3, 4, Biology Club 3, Conservation Club I, 2, Cub 3, 4, Forensics 1, G.A.A. 1, Pep Band 3, 4, Rocket 3, 4, Ushers' Club 2, 3. JUDITH SELLE "Jucly"- Biology Club 2, 3, 4, Cub 3, 4, Psychometry Club 4. MARY SEVERSON "Dimp"-Band 1, 2, G.A.A. 1, 2, 3, 4, Hall Monitors 3, 4, Latin Club 3, Pep Club 2, 3, 4, Rocket Echoes Associate Editor 4. ARTHUR SHEPERD "Shorty"-Conservation Club 'I, Hall Monitors 4. ARLENE SIEVERT "Artie"f Band 'I, 2, Conservation Club 4, Hall Monitors 4, Home Economics Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Vice-President 3, Student Council 1, Ushers' Club 3, Vice'President 4. VIDA SKIFSTAD "Spice"- Biology Club 3, Conservation Club 3, Girls' Choir 1, 2, 3, Hall Monitors 4, Home Economics Club 4, Rocket Echoes 4, Ushers' Club 2, 3. DARLENE SNELL "Dimples"-Biology Club 4, Conservation Club 1, 2, 3, 4, G.A.A. 1, Home Economics Club 1, 2, Treasurer 3, President 4, Girls' Choir 1, 2, 3, 4, Pep Club 4. DARLEEN SOMMER "Do Do"- Biology Club 1, Conservation Club 1, G.A.A. I, Home Economics Club 1, 2, 3, 4. SHARON SOMMER "Bug" - Biology Club 2, 3, 4, Conservation Club I, 2, 3, 4, G.A.A. I, 3, Hall Monitors 3, 4, Rocket 4. JAMES SORENSEN "Pewee"- Basketball I, 2, Conservation Club I, Football I, Intramurals 'I, 2, 3, 4, Tennis 3, 4. GERALD SPRINGBORN "Jerry"-Conservation Club 3, 4, Football I, 2, Track I. CARYL SPRINGER Biology Club 4, G.A.A. 'l, Hall Monitors 4, Pep Club 3, 4, Spanish Club 3. RITA STADLER JAMES STEFFEN "Steit"- Biology Club 4, Cub 4, Football 4, Intramurals I, 2, 3, 4, Mixed Choir 'I, 2, Rocket Echoes 4, Track 3, 4. EUGENE TESCH "Gene" - Proiection Club 3, 4. PATRICIA THIEL "Pal"-G.A.A. I, 2, Girls' Choir I, 2, 4, Mixed Choir 3. JEAN ETTE THOMACK "Jan"-Conservation Club I, 2, Secretary 3, 4, G.A.A, I, 2, 3, Girls' Senate 4, Co-President 2nd Semester, Hall Monitors 4, Pep Club 4. BARBARA THORSON "Barb"f Biology Club 4, Conservation Club 3, G.A.A. I, Girls' Senate 3, Hall Monitors 3, 4, Girls' Choir 'I. JUNE TIMM Biology Club 2, Treasurer 3, 4, Conservation Club I, Cub 3, 4, G.A.A. 2, Girls' Senate 4, Psychometry Club 4, Rocket 4, Rotary Luncheon 2. BARBARA VEESER "Bobbie Ann"-' Entered as a sophomore from St. Mary's High, Menasha, Wisconsin. Conservation Club 3, G.A.A. 4, Girls' Choir 3, 4, Tome Economics Club 3, 4, PATRICIA VERHAGEN "Pat"- Biology Club 3, G.A.A. 'I, 2, Home Economics Club 2, Ushers' Club 2, Treasurer 3, President 4. HELEN WICKHAM "Wickie"- Biology Club 4, Conservation Club I, 2, 3, 4, Cub 'I, 2, Co-Feature Editor 3, Co-Editor 4, G.A.A. 'I, 2, 3, 4, Girls' Choir 1, Hall Monitors 4, Latin Club 3, Pep Club I, 2, 3, 4, Rocket 2, 3, Co-Typing Editor 4, Rotary Luncheon 2, Thespians 2, 3, 4. ROBERT WIERSCHKE "Bob"-Conservation Club 2, 4, Hall Monitors 4. THOMAS WILLARSON "Willie"-Conservation Club 1, Intramurals 1, 4, Proiection Club 2, 3, 4, Safety Club 3, 4 FRANK WILMS "Squeeky"- Intramurals 1, 3, 4. ELIZABETH WILTON "Liz"- Biology Club 2, Vice-President 3, Class Treasurer 4, Forensics 3, G.A.A. 1, 2, Proiection Club 2, Rocket Echoes 4, Rocket 4, Rotary Essay 3, Rotary Luncheon 4, Spanish Club, President 3, Thespians 3, 4. JANET WISMER "Whiz" - Biology Club 3, Conservation Club 2, Cub 4, G.A.A. 1, Girls' Choir 1, Mixed Chair 2, Pep Club 4, Psychametry Club 4, Ushers' Club 2, Secretary 3. EDWARD WOLFF "Eddie"-Cub 4, Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4, Pep Club 4, Rocket Echoes 4, Track 2, 3. GORDON WORM EARL ZACHOW "Zack"-Band 1, 2, Conservation Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Cub 1, Hall Monitors 3, Intramurals 1, Library Club 1, Pep Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Proiection Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Rocket 1, 2, 3, Science Hobbies Club 1, 2, 3, 4. JOYCE ZACHOW "Zach"-Class Secretary 1, Conservation Club 1, 2, 3, 4, G.A.A. 1, 2, 3, Library Club 1, 2, Pep Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Rocket Echoes 4, Rocket 3, 4, Spanish Club 4. RICHARD ZENISEK "Dick"- Badger Boys' State 3, Band 1, 2, 3, Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4, Biology Club 1, 2, 3, Class President 1, Conservation Club 1, 2, 3, Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4, Pep Band I 2, 3, Pep Club 4, Rotary Luncheon 3, Student Council, President 4. COMMENCEMENT PROGRAM JUNE 9, 1954 Processional Invocation ..... . . Rev. Paul G. Rasmussen Band Selection Welcome and Appreciation ........ Gordon Harper EDUCATION FOR DEMOCRATIC CITIZENSHIP Panel Presentation ........ Moderator, Cecile Nault How Our School Develops: Responsible and Enthusiastic Citizens - Elizabeth Wilton Mature Citizens - David Bouquet Informed Citizens - Robert DeLapp Loyal ancl Courageous Citizens- Paula Brazeau Commencement Comments .... .. Mr. Roy Sund Band Selection Presentation of the Class Class Song CLASS SONG 1954 When we come ta the end of our high school days, And sit and think things o're, And feel all the ioys of a iob well done We know that they are complete. We'll walk on through the days We'll walk on through the years Though our dreams be tossed and blown We'lI walk on, walk on, with God in our hearts, And we'lI never walk alone, we'll never walk alone. The class of '54 will ne're be forgot, Nor will we be glad to be gone. For our dear alma mater is so near to our souls As we spent our most happy days here. We'Il walk on through the clays We'lI walk on through the years Though our dreams be tossed and blown We'lI walk an, walk on, with God in our hearts, And we'll never walk alone, we'lI never walk alone. Own MENASHA The Winning Floa! What does Mary say about this? Pick on someone your own size Umm-That looks good King Doug l'll be? fhey're not talking abou? work Bashful Paula Gelting the Racke! out A Spanish Christmas The Egyptian mummy says a few words 12. Those crazy mixed-up seniors "Chee-z-z-e" A toast to Yhe Appleton boys The gang's all here Ralph, the primer 27 Four Beeps f buf where's The Bop? Geisha hot dogs, ice cream bars -- Long disfance lo California Hasty las? minute preparations Santo, you look a sigh!! "Harley Boy" ls if that funny, John? Royally al G.A.A. dance RICHARD NEUBAUER lin Memnriam May 5, 1952, one of our classmates was called from us, the first of our number to go through the silent portals. Dick will always be remembered by those who knew him as one whose friend- liness and enthusiasm won him a ready welcome wherever he went. invariably he faced the future with cheerful and hopeful optimism. The remembrance of his consideration and concern for others will ever set a high standard for each of us. 28 UNDERCLASSMEN 29 JUNIOR CLASS Along with the other classes, the juniors elected officers in the beginning of the year. Frank Hochholzer was chosen president, Dave Petersen, vice president, Barbara Paff, treasurer, and Ruth Pyott, secretary. The first bit of business the juniors took care of this year was getting the class rings distributed. The rings were ordered the previous spring so they could be used for two full years. The Class of "55" was the first to try this plan and it worked out very successfully. Another project the juniors worked on was making a float for the Pep Parade for the Neenah-Menasha football game. Hard work after school pro- duced a float which took second place in the parade. The prize money for the float, money we earned by selling cookies during the noon hour, and the money we made by sponsoring a dance were used for the Prom. After the first of the year, the Prom kept many of the juniors busy. Cooper- ation and long hours of hard work made the Prom one of the nicest ever held. We all enjoyed our third year at Neenah High, and most of us are looking forward to our senior year and hope it will prove just as successful. l. Boredom ioccasionul typel 2. "Then let's get at it" 3. Ardent fans 4. Comrades 5. Restrained Prom committee members 6. Very hard at work?? 7. OH with a book to a shady nook 8. The thinker 30 FIRST ROW Donna Abhold, Natalie Aggers, Iveaux Andersen, Carol Jean Anderson Jacqueline Anderson, Eugene Angell, Edward Armatoski. SECOND ROW Richard Arndt, Joyce Arnold, Leslie Babbitts, Ellen Barnes, Barbara Bartlein, Bernard Bartlein, Marlene Beimborn. THIRD ROW Lee Roy Blank, Janet Borgen, Darlene Boushley, Raymond Boushley, Margie Brezinski, Marian Brown, Sally Burr. FOURTH ROW Joanne Bunn, Donald Christensen, Barbara Christopher, Ned Cochrane, James Coyle, Josephine Crawford, Susan Darling. FIFTH ROW Shirley De Broka, Patricia Doering, David Dombrowski, Shirley Dommer, Mary Dordel, Charles Draves, Don Driscoll. SIXTH ROW Gloria Eake, Jean Eake, Vernon Ehlke, Robert Eiss, Don Elmer, Donna Elmer, Mavis Erdmann. SEVENTH ROW Gordon Falck, Joan Fandrey, Jerome Faulks, Mary Ann Faulks, Le Roy Fenske, Ken Fischer, Barbara Forsythe. EIGHTH ROW Thomas Fuszard, Karen Gibson, Leo Giebel, Bernice Goetz, Evelyn Gohlke, Ralph Grundy, Alvin Grunske. NINTH ROW Barbara Grygny, Donna Haldemann, Mildred Halle, Ruth Halverson, Nancy Hammel, Carol Hansen, Wayne Hardell. TENTH ROW Lyle Hart, Richard Harwood, Gene Haufe, John Hesselman, Gloria Hintz, Frank Hochholzer, James Holcombe. 1 .IUNIORS li M! as We y. Q y is w aw? 'ik' l ' ii I X Q ' . e . 1 Z r:'-"if.- fn ' B ' M 'T si 3 'Q' Q S -as V' ll A N .rv -A' A in in A li B R l :'s.ff,f fs' A ' ai C Q A '1o.C'. in "2 ' W , ,T-W lf. EL '39 5. 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' 4 'wg if -, A "9"'l fx, M2 W 6, vf wi, ,l is T .. . -E ':1-l 32 . fw- 37, ,z .Wi 5' ,jg ,Q dh! - 'f if mr M, ws -.mr .- :V I its Si. ,I Q FIRST ROW Cliff Hoppe, Martin Houg, Fred Hrubecky, Charles Hutchins, Rufus Ihde, Amber Jenkins, Nona Jensen. SECOND ROW Tom Jensen, Lawrence Johnson, Nancy Johnson, Robert Jones, William Jones, Mary Ellen Julius, Shirley Jury. THIRD ROW William Kollin, John Kasten, Nancy Kaufman, Betty Keberlein, Robert Kerrigan, Dick Kessler, Bill Klavetter. FOURTH ROW Ruth Ann Koehn, Ronald Koerner, Frances Krueger, Ruth Ann Kruse, Alfred Kuchenbecker, Jerry La Fond, Ralph Lamb. FIFTH ROW Karen Lange, Kay Larson, Larry Larson, Lavonne La Rue, Beverly Leach, Dave Leaman, Frances Levitt. SIXTH ROW Gary Malchow, Tom Malchow, Alice Mahoney, Dale Martin, Estelle Marty Don McCormack, Beverly Metz. 1 SEVENTH ROW Yvonne Meunier, James Miller, Clayton Moersch, Gary Mongon, Tom Murphy, Barbara Muth, Bob Neubauer. EIGHTH ROW Joyce Niemuth, Susan 0'Leary, Nancy Onstad, Gloria Otis, Barbara Putt, Bob Pansch, Jim Parrish. NINTH ROW Jim Pawlowski, Ruth Peapenburg, David Petersen, Wayne Peterson, Jim Pierce, Jo Ann Pierce, Pauline Pitsch. TENTH ROW Carol Popp, Joan Popp, Ruth Pyott, Faith Quade, Bill Rather, Greg Reinhardt, Dorothea Reuss. FIRST ROW Joyce Robinson, Gladys Roblee, Mardee Rohde, Byron Ross, Barbara Russell, Bob Sauer, Dave Schaefer. SECOND ROW Fred Schmidt, Jerry Schmidt, Nancy Schneider, Arden Schroeder, Ellen Schultz, Howie Schumacher, Lavern Schwondt. THIRD ROW Betty Seggeling, Judy Sharpless, Roberta Skibba, Vincent Springer, Bruce Stelow, Joe Stier, Mary Stinski. FOURTH ROW Carol Stoegbauer, Jackie Stoegbauer, Marvelyn Stuebs, Bill Sund, Nancy Sylvander, Donna Terrian, Nina Thermansen. FIFTH ROW Tom Towns, Bill Tyriver, Bill Ulrich, Virgil Van Asten, Carol Vogt, Jon Wauda, Catherine Weinman. SIXTH ROW Dick Werth, Mariorie Wicinski, Mary Wiito, Bruce Williams, Wallace Wilms, Helen Winter, Yvonne Wallerman. SEVENTH ROW John Worm, Bill Young, Beth Zabel, John Zaumeyer, Harland Zietlow, Warren Zingler. JUNIOR CLASS OFFICERS President ...... Frank Hochholzer Vice-President .... Dove Petersen Treasurer . . . . . Barbara Puff Secretary .. ., Ruth Pyott JUNIORS AS xref' at an 'T 3 I ' '47 4 Go 4, -'57 Li, 'J . ,sk I .. ' . ' -ur T ' .LZ-f sg Q 9 1 ' 1 ' I nn ' M. Fl if , I A+ , . gg -Jai If L Q .W as f Y' ry 1. 'mi gl Q , ,gf Wi f' J Q fi Si . .K , N1 X.-S , YJ K I . it I f f Q f xi 7? tj' ff' ,fire ff 9 i f f ' jxNn.E' iiwilix x X1-"' 22.25 wSQ?i,wk h 1 , QR x4x....e -L -ef few.-. .A:-ff S u I as-11 , I .f X, X I gf, ' ,ta '.,.'ff::..:g ' ' fi ve, -, , IQ 5.:ffe2i.aff2fi5'i gi wi ki. .,., kr, .NM , my XM A A QI. 53 I 'ff J ,, I U V1 S Qi f XY 3 Q , ky Q' 1 A if fwhflyxx X 1' 5 I ,s I ,ri . -- r pn I . so cses . I f ff-f ' I III Y", -uf' is I iff fy S A . 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They sold for twenty-five cents, and almost four hundred of them were sold. Class officers elected were Tom Kress, president, Stuart Monard, vice-presi- dentp Judy Page, secretary, and Pat Werling, treasurer. 'l. Sophomores seeing stars 2. Future Farmers of America 3. Growing flowers for the Prom 4. Lockers need support 5. Tom and Pat talking over the 6. Machine shop gang 7. Janitor Ron at work ,mf dance 8 9. With his back to the wall 'lO. Shoot 'em high 'll 12. Stars on the bandstand . What is it? . Mr. Peterson enjoying himself 13. Are they studying? 34 FIRST ROW Barbara Abendroth, Mary Albert, Ronald Alberts, Joan Alferi, Gilbert Alfertig, Ronald Arndt, Ronald Babcock, Robert Backman SECOND ROW Gale Balthazor, David Barnstable, Richard Barnstable, Diedrich Buster, Carol Beach, Danice Beckstrom, Robert Beger, Marvis Behnke THIRD ROW Jerry Behrens, Jerry Belanger, Emogene Below, Robert Benedict, Beverly Beyer, Carol Birmingham, Bruce Bisel, Bob Blenker FOURTH ROW Donna Bork, Carlton Brockman, Mary Buchanan, Bill Buchanan, Audrey Bull, Peggy Bunker, Ronald Buser, Thomas Card FIFTH ROW Casey Case, Walter Casperson, Sue Chudacoff, Joyce Cihlar, Joan Clark, Herschel Clough, Jim Coenen, David Courtney SIXTH ROW Barbara Cumings, Bernard Dahl, Evelyn DeKeyser, Bill DeKeyser, William Delapp, Peter Deutsch, LeRoy Diupstrom, Doug Dixon SEVENTH ROW Charles Drace, Judith Ann Ehlers, Mary Elliott, Floyd Elmer, Marcia Falck, William Flesch, Beverly Frakes, Judy Francart EIGHTH ROW Douglas Freund, Walter Gauger, Edward Genett, Shirley Genett, Rollin Gerald, Raymond Gerrits, Burt Gibson, Duane Gibson NINTH ROW Nancy Gorges, Alberta Graham, Ronald Gregory, Gerald Griepentrog, Eugene Grundy, Robert Grunska, Judy Haber, Darlene Hummel TENTH ROW JoAnn Hammill, Neil Hansen, Theodore Hartzheim, Janice Haufe, Maureen Heider, Randall Heider, Rita Heigl, Bonnie Heinz ELEVENTH ROW Robert Heinzkill, Beclxlyn Hilliker, Roy Holz, Jon Hopkins, Nancy Horn, Suzanne Jahns, Nancy James, Daryl Jensen SOPHOMORES ' 1 V, ig, .E 'K K1 N5 ' ,C T i' NTS ki is X If nw J "fi A .','.. mix is In , ' 5 mis YG. -,-: 6' ,S iii? 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J 'ff as ' ' ' . -- :A C ,. 1 : 4- ' mf' e Q se .-A gg ' " q ,Cog I ,v E Y - Q ,W k""? , 'V CC el- A + I ' N l A...-2' V 5 T' ' " ,U th ,-, 'ws AH nr ne X5 1 , T1 ' 35 SOPHOMORES A 'dc if we ii fiirdflfxfa E+,-Ex., ., ,ear ' MAY lvn. 1 H D rv it, , . ,,. M ,. ,. , Z4 . ,Q v. , HM. H , ge.. 5 . . , .-N .' an .ew we 36 , 'f , U. 7 5751 f'-vii-'-' -- v , . FIRST ROW Lee Jensen, Donald Johnson, Ronald Johnson, Donald Judd, Mary Keating, Terry Kelly, Paul Kemps, Leland Kimball SECOND ROW Anita Kleist, Claudia Koepke, Jean Kofler, Barbara Krablean, Beverly Kraus, Norman Krause, Rachel Krenger, Tom Kress THIRD ROW Sharon Krueger, JoAnn Kuether, Ronald Kuhr, Susan Kurtz, Sue Landig, Diane Landskron, Margaret Larsen, Judith Larson FOURTH ROW Rodney LaRue, Pat Laursen, Mary Lauson, Elizabeth Leaman, Lorraine Lemke, Judith Lenz, Carla Loehning, Jerry Lund FIFTH ROW Sally Lyon, Judith Malchow, Bob Manteufel, Monica Marmes, Dick Martiny, Sherman Marty, Margaret Mathewson, Dave Mentink SIXTH ROW Peggy Metz, Warren Miedke, Bill Millar, Don E. Miller, Don F. Miller, Tom Molzow, Stuart Monard, Gordon Mortensen SEVENTH ROW Jacqueline Mueller, Janet Mueller, Jake Nenning, John Nelson, Jim Neubauer, Kay Nielsen, Ann Norman, Carol Page EIGHTH ROW Judith Page, Francis Palmbach, Virginia Pantton, Jo Ann Pasternock, Diane Patton, Audrey Paul, Mary Ann Paulson, Shirley Perkette NINTH ROW Mildred Petersen, Sandra Peterson, Paul Pfatt, Marcia Pheiter, Ronnie Phelps, Patricia Pierce, Lois Pingel, Wayne Pingel TENTH ROW Donna Pomrening, Mary Potratz, Robert Prindle, Jerry Pues, Jim Rasmussen, Paul Rasmussen, Elaine Ratzburg, Patricia Reetz ELEVENTH ROW David Remmel, Beverly Richardson, Henry Ritter, Jim Roberts, Bob Rosenow, Sandra Rouse, Janis Ruthven, Jimmy Salm FIRST ROW Barbara Sauer, Rose Marie Schlomer, Roger Schmitz, Dick Schramm, Terry Schroeder, Gene Schultz, Richard Schultz, Susan Severson. SECOND ROW Hallie Shadduclc, Sandra Shinners, Maureen Skibba, Maurice Skibba, Richard Snyder, Richard Sorensen, Marilyn Spielbauer, Roberta Sleflenson. THIRD ROW lyall Slilp, Roberl Sfrauser, Carol Slrufhers, Carol Swentner, James Swenlner, Marvin Swichfenberg, Lloyd Tesch, Karl Thompson. FOURTH ROW Paul Thompson, Tom Tollefle, Gail Traas, Terry Tutfrup, Thomas Voigl, Edward Voigtman, Karen Volkman, Barbara Weight. FIFTH ROW Karen Wenneche, Palricia Werling, Carol Wesffahl, Patricia Wieckerl, David Williams, Richard Williams, William Willing, Carolyn Wohlers. SIXTH ROW Bob Wolfgram, Bill Wolff, Jim Zarnolh, Sandra Zehner, Paul Zeinerl. SOPHOMORE CLASS OFFICERS Presidenf .... .... T om Kress Vice-President .. Stuart Monard Treasurer . . . . . Pat Werling Secrelary .. .. Judy Page SOPHOMORES M 'w ,R IQ? 4 'kg 4 gf 1 JA . E .,qk 5 lin-t "': K. id ' ' i,i, Ag ,, eil A' fe 1 ,L -1 , 5 eg, N A '25 , '-we' s K Q . I 55 ' N 1 , f gf I . S i , is I ' M dn. I4 X fi ' ef- H, ff i'ii,,i.v"iI C. S If M 4 !i""Q' ' ' 1 a. . ss: Rr M .fi J 1 'f Q I ., iq :Nash A I x ' - as I ...Q . f I x-ws' All 'Ts M M I s ,, fx, M ,, , + ' ' e ' ' f Q . sqm tg' xi Ji, -,,, I I Q ., .513 ' 1 L. ., ix, , fps 1-:J , 1 E , 1 i'w , ..i,s' U f Q or "?'sn.. an 'il U Kress, Werling, Monard, Page FRESHMAN CLASS "Peppy" is the word which best describes this year's freshman class. They started the year by electing officers who were: Tom Kuehl, president, Dennis Davis, vice-president, Carol Casperson, secretary, Ann Kreiss, treasurer. The next important event of the year was the homecoming, and as attendant to the queen, the frosh elected Carol Casperson. During the first part of the year, they did a bang-up job of selling magazines for the good of their class. The frosh put on a very nice dance after the Lenten season to add money to their treasury. At all basketball games, who was there yelling till they were hoarse? Yes, it was the freshmen class, who also filled lots of space at all our dances. We are happy to boast two freshman girls as cheerleaders. The boys did themselves proud during their basketball season, tying for first with Wilson School in Appleton. Besides basketball, the freshman boys really went all out for football, track, and tennis. l. Joyful gymnastics 2. Diligent research 3. Let up in 'll3 4. So that's what makes wheels go 'round 5. Power of the vote 6. School is such fun 7. Serious scientists 8. There's a spider on my assignment 9. Freshmen as seen by the librarian 38 FIRST ROW David Achterberg, Virginia Albert, Daniel Alesch, Judy Alfertig, Clement Alsteen, Cleo Alsteen, Kenneth Andersen, Donald Angell SECOND ROW Arthur Arnemann, Charles Arnemann, Ken Arnold, Bernice Bannach, Robert Barnstable, Bruce Bartlein, Allen Bednarowske, Richard Bellack THIRD ROW Jane Boehm, Mary Jane Boelter, Elaine Bollerman, Richard Bork, Larry Boquet, Gilbert Bramer, Janice Brandt, Wesley Braun FOURTH ROW Robert Breaker, Mariorie Bridges, Alice Bruce, Bernard Bunn, Margaret Burnside, Carol Buss, Bonnie Case, Carol Casperson FIFTH ROW Kay C. Christensen, Kay L. Christensen, Ed Ciske, Robert Clark, Carol Clow, LeRoy Cole, Janice Collins, Nancy Collier SIXTH ROW Gwen Courtney, Colleen Crawford, Dennis Davis, Don DeBraal, Robert DeKeyser, Bill Diedrich, Margaret Dietz, Don Dixon SEVENTH ROW David Dordel, Betty Dowe, Elizabeth Drew, Richard DuBois, Alice Elwood, John Ely, Judy Evans, Ronald Evans EIGHTH ROW Tom Fahrenkrug, Nancy Falch, Mary Jane Fora, Catherine Farley, Raymond Fischer, Nancy Fowler, Robert Frank, Judy Frederick NINTH ROW Gary Gall, Joel Garlock, Carol Gorgenson, Robert Graham, Karla Grempel, Janice Gullickson, James Haber, Alden Halle TENTH ROVV Peder Halverson, John Hammill, Mary Handyside, Mary Hansen, Carol Harper, Philip Hilebrand, Jim Hobart, David Hoffman ELEVENTH ROW Peggy Howe, Peter Hrubesky, Nancy Johns, Carol Jensen, Larry Johnson, Patsy Johnson, Judith Jorgensen, Patricia Juliot FRESHMEN 2?-'45 ,g gr A P I '-i,, be r B Hifi ' A :mf I 4t'5iw, ' A srstc s A g '-c' 'sv': f 1 . s A i t I 'Y X . - f ' 'X ..?', 1 gm- In . .Q . -gh, A.: E A E I gg ":. 2 .A." -N ,..,: t Ti ., "-',s sxj -x ' "ui -R I' "" ' -21' M .. 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M. glkfl A li ' 1., I K' f' f' r 'n Kimi? , 'af' -I QL, -3 ' x 'Q if ii? f th ,J I 4 I I 453, fam s g::l5f!aliJ::'l' l I .fg.E:- www, ,Q jr If f 1'-Q' Q 'gags 3' fm M fa ,Q ,ituli ., gflfl' ,Qt-ffff " Amr, X fi, , ::, 40 fer , ,, e vm , T, FIRST ROW Jerry Julius, Sandra Julius, Connie Kohl, Eileen Kerrigan, Mary Kessler, Clyde Kettner, Joyce Kieliszewski, Mary Kirchgeorg. SECOND ROW Ted Klinker, John Kofler, Jack Kosloska, Karen Krause, Ann Kreiss, Judith Kreuter, Donald Kronberg, John Krueger. THIRD ROW Donald Kuchenbecker, Thomas Kuehl, Nancy Kuehnl, Paul Kurtz, Dorothy Lange, Barbara Larson, Judy Larson, Renita La Rue. FOURTH ROW Janice Lehl, Mary Ann LeMay, Don Losse, Bill Losse, Janet McCunn, Richard McCormack, Grace Marquardt, Lyle Miller. FIFTH ROW Waunita Miller, Tom Mix, Maxine Moody, Paul Mortensen, Robert Mucha, Dawn Mueller, Ellen Olson, Judy Olson. SIXTH ROW Ken Pagel, Ronald Pahlow, Geraldine Parks, Sue Patterson, Bill Paul, Shirley Payne, David Peck, Margie Peterson. SEVENTH ROW Don Pohlman, Carol Porath, Patricia Porter, Larry Prxybyiske, Dick Radtke, Patricia Randall, Judy Rather, Theanne Rausch. EIGHTH ROW Dick Remmel, Tom Reuss, Judy Roberts, Jean Ross, Diane Rutkus, Joan Saur, William Sawtell, Glenace Schaefer. NINTH ROW Carol Schanke, Judy Schramm, Russell Schreiber, Marshall Schroeder, Betty Schultz, Gerald Schultz, Patricia Schultz, Egon Schulz. TENTH ROW Patricia Schulz, Lee Schwandt, Warren Schweitzer, George Shepherd, Marie Shepherd, John Shreve, Tom Snyder, Jim Sorensen. ELEVENTH ROW Sherry Spiegelberg, Marlene Stafleld, Sharon Stecker, Robert Steit, Margaret Stinski, Barbara Stoegbauer, Burt Sylvander, Judy Thermansen. FIRST ROW Susan Thomas, Kay Thompson, Kennelh Thompson, Robert Thompson, Judy Thorson, Gene Tuchscherer, Peter Tuchscherer, Donna Mae Turkow. SECOND ROW Donald Tyriver, Sharon Van Airsdale, Marie Veeser, Bob Wege, Margarei Werth, Dick Wesfphal, Donald Whilney, Judy Whitpan. THIRD ROW Tom Wiesner, Sam Wilms, Sandra Wilson, John Wingen, Terry Wingrove, Orien Wohld, Ruth Ann Wolf, Darlene Wollerman. FOURTH ROW Donald Worm, Jean Zabel, Jill Zabel, Tom Zeuihen, Judie Zierleman. FRESHMEN CLASS OFFICERS Presidenf . . . .... Tom Kuhel Vice-President Dennis Davis Treasurer ......... Ann Kreiss Secretary .... Carol Casperson FRESHMEN ,A- 'I 3 .I X. he eg x - 'P'-'t'f J: me . 1'1" me . .' JZ, ,. I My Xxx: 3 A - N-.fi f If I ' I kgs II wi-,Q I I 43" 5' ' Q.. ,I ri' ,'N . r-' , .fu - IIS' , ,, r M A . - gg - ff er. 4, ' 9 'g K '49 Y W X li K H in .55 N Q .fx T y s vs T I, N I ' :AW if 'I 3 .. Q A- I J 3 x, A ' ' f' H, I . M 1 , by gt . 1 J L W Q, is K F '9 E -as .X M bl Q :Z 7 R, . A 5 f :., .J ogy ,Q y -.S .. my I V I m Y ' Lu N ,f wa. .v,,4 Q.. Aji x? XTVLL . W if -W 'we iw wr ' yi' ,. A X, M gif 25. ' ' T Davis, Casperson, Kuhel, Kreiss 41 HEADS OF NHS 42 ATHLETICS 43 NEENAH TAKES SECOND First row: Darryl Jensen, Dave Bouquet, Clit? Hoppe, John Owen, Doug Frakes, Alexander Abel, Harry Miller, Roy Krueger, Ken Malchow, Lyle Olson, Howie Johnson Second row: Tom Murphy, Coach Thompson, Bob Kerrigan, Terry Kelly, Don F, Miller, Jim Parrish, Bill Klavetter, Herb VanOudenhoven, Coach Braun, Dick Martiny Third row: Fred Hrubecky, Iveaux Anderson, Jim Steffen, Jim Neubauer, Bill Sund, Jerry Barr, Rufus lhde, Tom Malchow Fourth row: Bob Parrot, Chuck Hutchins, Bob Eiss, Dole Martin VARSITY FOOTBALL The 1953 football team completed a very successful season by compiling a 7-1 record. Their only defeat came at the hands of our rivals, the Menasha team, in the final game of the season. The Jays upset Neenah, 16-14. In the first game of the season, Neenah posted a 20-13 victory over Sheboygan Central. Neenah opened their conference schedule by whipping Shawano 26-O. Their next opponent was Kaukauna, and again the Rockets tri- umphed 28-6. Kimberly was subdued 24-0 in the next game, and the Rockets kept right on rolling as they smothered Clintonville 30-13 and then edged Two Rivers 26-13. At New London, the Rcckets rolled over the Bulldogs 26-6. This year's fine team missed the Mid-Eastern Championship by iust one-half game finishing in second place. We are all looking forward to next year! Neenah's team was coached by: head coach, Jerry Thompson and assistants, line coach, Joe Braun, end and "B" coach, Charlie Shepard. "Tense Moments" 44 "B" BATTLERS Neenah Neenah Neenah Neenah Neenah Neenah "B" FOOTBALL "B" SCHEDULE 6 6 6 O 20 O Menasha New London Menasha Kaukauna Clintonville Appleton The Neenah "Bees," in addition to playing their own games, gave the Varsity a lot of support this year. By playing defense for the Varsity, underclassmen were still eligible to play offense for the J.V. team. This system brought a lot of new talent to the attention of the school. Some of Coach Shepard's fellows will be taking an active part in Varsity play next fall. First Row: Gene Schultz, Bob Blenker, Dick Schram, Dave Williams, Dick Schultz, Lyall Stilp, Bob Grunska, Dave Courtney, Daryl Jensen. Second Row: Tom Molzow, Doug Freund, Danny Driscol, Bill Millar, Garden Mortensen, Ed Benedict, Bill Delapp, Frank Hochholzer, Jim Swentner, Jim Kuhr. Third Row: Don Johnson, Wally Gauger, Tom Kress, Bill Willing, Mr. Shepard, Rodney LaRue, Eugene Angell, Ron Johnson, Ron Albers. 46 FRISKY FROSH Neenah Neenah Neenah Neenah Neenah Coaches Jorgensen and Harris talking things over with Tom Kuehl and Dick Radtke. Row One, left to right: Tom Fahrenkrug, Burt Sylvander, Clyde Kettner, Warren Schweitzer, Dick Radtke, Ed Ciske, Tom Kuehl, Tom Wiesner, Jim Haber, Aiden Halle, Bill Losse. Row Two: Dick Bellack, Dennis Davis, Don Pansch, Dick McCormack, Peder Halverson, Ralph Syring, Robert Steif, Bill Paul, Peter Bylow, Fred Seggelink. Row Three: Coach Jorgensen, Bill Sawtell, Bill Diedrich, Butch Achterberg, Dave Hoffman, Tom Kelly, Dick Werling, Henry Quade, Howard Thorpe, Mr. Harris. Row Four: Dick Remmel, Tom Reuss, Robert Wege, Don Dixon, Steve Schultz, Tom Plucker, Ken Pagel. FRESHMAN FOOTBALL The freshman football team was composed of 37 boys. Under the supervision of Coaches Jorgensen and Harris, they completed a very successful year. The team finished in second place in the Fox Valley Freshman League, suftering only one loss. The Frosh showed exceptional promise and should add to Neenah High's football glory in the next few years. FROSH SCHEDULE 19 Kaukauna 7 26 Roosevelt Jr. High 7 25 Kimberly i3 12 Wilson Jr. High 13 38 Menasha 19 47 VARSITY BASKETBALL First Row: Harland Zietlow, Charles Hutchins, Dick Martiny, Bob Eiss, Tom Malchow. Second Row: Ralph Kiesow, Alex Biolo, Cliff Hoppe, John Owen, Rufe Ihde, Dick Zenisek, Third Row: Coach Jorgensen, Bill Sund, Iveaux Andersen, Barry Franzen, Doug Frakes, Howard Johnson. VITAL INSTRUCTION Hutchins, Eiss, Jorgensen, Zenisek REGIONAL TOURNAMENT Neenah 60 Kaukauna Kimberly 56 Neenah VARSITY BASKETBALL This year's varsity basketball squad finished its schedule with an 'li-9 record. The Rockets won nine out of fourteen games in conference action for a fourth place berth. Neenah started the season slowly but soon picked up the tempo and closed the season with four conference victories and one of two tournament starts. The best game of the Rocket season was a 59-58 win over the co-champ- ion Kimberly Papermakers in the final conference game. Coach Ole Jorgensen's cagers dropped three of four non-conference starts, but these games took place at the start of the year. Ralph Kiesow, Rocket center, was elected most valuable player and honorary captain by his teammates. Letters were presented to thirteen boys. These were: Ralph Kiesow, Douglas Frakes, Barry Franzen, John Owen, Alex Biolo, Howard Johnson, Clifford Hoppe, Rufus Ihde, Tom Malchow, William Sund, and Iveaux Anderson. Wis. Rapids Neenah Neenah Menasha Shawano Neenah Appleton Neenah Neenah Neenah Ripon New London Neenah Neenah Clintonville Neenah Fond du lac Kaukauna 48 VARSITY SCHEDULE Neenah Kimberly Neenah Menasha Neenah Clintanville Neenah Neenah Neenah Richard Zenisek, Harland Zietlow, Two Rivers 56 Neenah 5l New London 41 Neenah 41 Shawano 52 Neenah 50 Kaukauna 37 Two Rivers 50 Kimberly 58 'il'-an ... WF is yes in N f X y x ,QW 56 X if fgk Vs 35, QS!! it 4 , x ,,.. -.. rg ,., ...W ...- - ill-uni Ev!" iv' i J -.. Z A A 1 m N ,:. g -T235 40 QM :iii and ual' if 3.4" gxpla' rs-N 3 xg! X , 35? k Pig? E E xxxwvw 5 Migl- FUTURE VARSITY l Row l: Bill Willing, Dave Williams, Paul Thomsen, Coach Shepard, Dick Schultz, Gordon Mortensen, Terry Kelly. Row 2: Fred Hrubecky, Ronald Johnson, Tom Kress, Don Miller, Dick Sorensen, Bob Kerrigan, Tom Parker. "B" BASKETBALL The Junior Varsity basketball team, under Coach Shepard, had a highly successful year capturing third place in the Mid-Eastern Joyvee League. Out of a total of eighteen games, they won eleven and lost seven. SCHEDULE Neenoh Kimberly Menasha 36 Neenah Neenah Fond du Lac Neenah Two Rivers Neenah 54 New London Neenah Appleton Neenoh Kaukaunc Kimberly 37 Neenah Neenuh Clintonville Neenah Clintonville Neenah 46 Two Rivers Shawono Neenah Neenoh Shawano Neenah 39 Kaukuuna Menasha Neenah Hrubecky Screens Thomsen Kress Tips to Schultz 50 FROSH CHAMPIONS Row I: Don Tyriver, Bill Sawtell, Dave Hoffman, Tom Zuethen, Pete Hrubeslxy, Paul Kurtz, Jack Kosloslce, Tom Fahrenkrug, Burt Sylvander, Dick Remmel- Row 2: Coach Thompson, D. Bellack, Dick Radtke, Tom Kuehl, Tom Wiesner, Ed Ciske, Lawrence Przybylski, Dennis Davis, Bill Losse, John Krueger, John Wingen, Mgr. FROSH BASKETBALL CHAMPIONS This yeor's freshman basketball season, under Coach Thompson's leadership, did credit to our school by tying with Wilson Jr. High School of Appleton for the chompion- ship in the Fox River Valley Freshman Conference. ln conference play they won 9 and lost 3. Out of the 14 games played during the season, they won 'IO ond lost 4 - losing only to Kimberly, Wilson, and New London, and winning from Menasha, McKinley, Roosevelt, New London, Kaukauna, and Kimberly. FROSH SCHEDULE Kimberly 38 Neenah 34 Wilson 57 Neenah 46 Neenoh 36 Roosevelt 24 Neenah 46 Menosha 42 Neenuh 36 Kaukauno 32 New London 46 Neenoh 43 Neenah 65 McKinley 46 Neenah 44 Kimberly 37 Neenuh 44 Wilson 27 Neenah 49 Roosevelt 29 Neenoh 48 Menasho 40 Neenoh 44 Kaukuuna 30 Neenah 59 New London 36 Neenah 62 McKinley 47 Another 2 Points for Neenah The Cooch Talks-The Team Listens Krueger, Wiesner Ciske, Wiesner, Kuhel, Radtke, Losse, Krueger, Thompson 51 STATE CHAMPIONS First Row: Harland Zietlow, Jack Schiebler, Tony Koehn, Gordon Mortenson, Robert Gresenz, Alex Biolo, Tom Ryan, Dick Rine. Second Row: Mr. Williams, Robert Kerrigan, Tom Malchow, Donald Fisher, Tom Parker, Barry Franzen, David Leaman, Bill Wiesner, James Sorensen. TENNIS We salute the 1953 State Tennis Champions! The Rocket Racketeers climaxed a great season by winning the coveted state crown in the state finals at Milwaukee. Coach Williams' fine team entered 12 dual matches during the season winning 11 and losing only 1. The Neenah netmen established a new state record of consecutive wins by winning 44 matches in a row. Biolo smashes one This amazing record began in 1950 and was finally broken in 1953 by losing to Manitowoc, 4 to 3. Other honors for this team were the Mid-Eastern Conference Championship and first place in the Sec- tional Tournament. Congratulations to Coach Williams and his winning team. Backhand stab by Malchow Court Jesters Parker, Leaman, Mortensen, Zietlow, Kerrigan SPEEDY THINCLADS er Abel Robert Parrott I i i , , ,, ,,,.,-,,., ,..... -... ..,.--..... .......... ......e......,g, James Parrish, Alexand , . I Second Row: Peter Clausen, Jerry Prey, Joe Birling, Robert Kuehl, Dale Case, Lyle Olson, Dale Terrian, Bruce Ammerman. Third Row: Jerry Barr, lveaux Andersen, Ralph Kinzel, Frank Jones, James Steffen, Edward Wolff, Roy Peterson, George Kreiss. Fourth Row: Stanford Levy, Louis Erdmann, Herb Van Ouclenhoven, David Brown, Mr. Dunwiddie, Mr. Jorgensen Mr. Thompson, Robert Pansch, Bruce Davis, Donald McCormack, Charles Sorensen. TRACK Under the fine coaching of Jerry Thompson, Ole Jorgensen, and William Dunwiddie, our track team of 1953 had a successful season. Clintonville was the first opponent to be defeated. Our trackmen took first place in a triangular meet with Kimberly and Kaukauna, then they went on to defeat Ripon. Next, they defeated Clintonville and New London in another triangular meet. Menasha was next to fall. We were beaten by Kaukauna and Shawano, and ended the season by taking fourth place in the con- ference track meet. Medal winners in the various meets included: Doug Mathison, Joe Birling, Frank Jones, Lyle Olson, Bob Pansch, Jim Coyle, Chuck Sorensen, Ralph Kinzel, Jim Steffen, Bruce Ammerman, Pete Clausen, and Bob Kuehl. Ammerman Goes Over Jones Breaks Tape qc 4,1 r.. ' Olson Leads 53 L N.H.S. DIAMOND 9 First Row: John Owen, Roy Krueger, Keith Olslri, Ralph Lamb, Clifford Hoppe, Donald Miller, Alvin Beyer, Ronald Gregory. Second Row: David Reilly, Ralph Kiesow, Ken Sievert, Bill Sund, Eugene Angell, David Erdmann, David Strey. Third Row: Mr. Braun, Terry Kelly, Rufe lhde, Harry Miller, Bill Klavetter, David Miller, Rollin Kramer, Steven Landig. ROCKET BASEBALL During the i952-53 baseball season, the Neenah Rockets won four games and lost five. They got off to a good start, defeating Ripon in a non-conference game by the score of lO-l. Letter winners included: Keith Olski, Dave Strey, Dave Miller, Dave Erdmann, Roy Krueger, Harry Miller, John Owen, Ralph Kiesow, Bill Klavetter, Rufe lhde, Bill Sund, and Eugene Angell. The top hitter on Neenah's team was Rufe lhde with a .433 average. He was closely followed by Dave Erd- Diamond Demons-Miller Angell Klavetter Sund 1 1 1 mann with .429. Other hitters with high averages were: Roy Krueger with .4l4, Harry Miller .400, and John Owen .333. Harry Miller clouted five home runs to lead the team in long distance slugging. Eugene Angell was used most frequently on the mound and posted a 3-2 record. Dave Erdmann split, winning one and losing one, while Rufe lhde won once and Ken Sievert lost once. Coach Braun is to be complimented on the success- ful development of baseball as a major sport in N.H.S. WINS Neenah 10 Ripon 'I Neenah 7 Clintonville 5 Neenah 'l5 Shawano 9 Neenah 8 Two Rivers 6 LOSSES Neenah 7 Menasha 10 Neenah 6 New London 7 Neenah 7 Kaukauna 16 Neenah 4 Kimberly 6 WIAA District Tournament Neenah 5 Menasha i7 Over the Net in Volleyball INTRAMURALS FOR ALL Anyone for Ping-pong? Practice in a Manly Art Chess Time No Holds Barred? INTRAMURALS In intramural competition this year many activities took place. Foobtall was the first sport played, and the Bob Gresenz-Harry Miller squad took school cham- pionships in both tag football and fiashball. The senior class won the class basketball crown with a 3-0 record. They were followed by the juniors, sophomores, and freshmen respectively. Boys' volleyball was the next sport in the spot- light, and the Bob Gresenz-Sandy Abel team captured first place honors. Le Roy Blank won the school handball title when he defeated Dick Werth in the finals. ln basketball competition, three league champions were picked. In the Big Six Conference the Bradley Braves, captained by Bob Gresenz, took first place with a 9-l record. The Badgers captured second with an 8-2 slate with Wayne Peterson as captain. The Animal League leader was the Bears. Jim Rasmussen and Bob Backman were co-captains of that team as they posted a 6-3 record. Tom Mix's team won the freshman title with eight straight victories. Bruce Davis took the school chess crown, and Frank Wilms won the checker championship. Three basketball contests were held with one iunior and two seniors capturing honors. Iveaux Anderson won the rapid fire contest with 37 shots and Ralph Kiesow won the basketball golf crown with iust ten attempts. Alex Biolo's 22 free throws topped the school in that department. The boys' intramural program is directed by Coach Jorgensen while the girls' intramurals are guided by Miss Haase. The girl intramural program is coordinated through G.A.A. This year's girl student sports heads were Pat Werling, Bev Metz, Jackie Martiny, Judy Owen, Bev Braun, Janet Burr, Helen Wickham, Faith Quade and Mary Ellen Julius. The intramural program aims lil to encourage worthy use of leisure time, C21 to encourage good sportsmanship, fair play, iustice, respect for the rights of others, and values of social worth to be gained through team competition, l3J to provide an extensive program of athletics for all students of Neenah High. Row 1, I. to r.: Amber Jenkins, Pauline Pitsch, Mary Potratz, Barbara Veeser, Janice Gullickson, Karen Krause, Colleen Crawford, Sherry Spiegelberg, Kay L. Christianson, Sue Chudacoff, Margie Peterson, Margaret Burnside, Liz Drew Row 2: Virginia Pantton, Judy Lenz, Peg Metz, Camille Johnson, Ann Kreiss, Nancy Kuehnl, Lois Jenkins, Sue Kurtz, Janet Borgen, Sandra Julius, Carol Page, Susan Darling, Carol Westfahl, Dorothy Lange, Janet Mueller Row 3: Sharon Van Airsdale, Kay Thompson, Virginia Albert, Yvonne Wollerman, Jo Ann Pierce, Mavis Erdmann, Karen Gibson, Marlene Statteld, Kay Nielsen, Carol Birmingham, Karen Lange, Marlene Beimborn, Darlene Hammel Row 4: Pat Porter, Sharon Stecker, Sandra Zehner, Elizabeth Leaman, Mary Kessler, Judy Parks, Mardie Rohde, Ruth Koehn, Mary Lauson, Nan Haley GIRLS ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION G.A.A. gives Neenah High girls a chance to have good, clean fun, recreation, and exercise. It also helps develop and put into use rules of good sportsmanship. The otticers who played a great part in the success of the Girls' Athletic Association this year were: Mary Kalfahs, president, Paula Brazeau, vice-president, Ann Pearson, secretary, Audrey Schuette, treasurer, Mar- dee Rhode, historian, and Ellen Barnes, point recorder. The various sport-heads were Pat Werling, Bev Metz, Jackie Martiny, Judy Owen, Bev Braun, Janet Row I, l. to r.: Carol Harper, Judy Owen, Sue Landig, Pat Wieckert, Pat Werling, Judy Rather, Nancy Hammel, Judie Zitelman, Barbara Paff, Audrey Paul, Shirley DeBroka, Judy Thorson, Pat Juliot Row 2: Sue Severson, Paula Brazeau, Betty Schultz, Nancy Meyer, Beverly Beyer, Sally Burr, Ellen Srhultz, Nina Thermansen, Joan Popp, Ruthie Pyott, Jackie Mueller, Sally Fredrick, Nancy Horn, Betty McKinnon, Pat Reetz, Shirley Payne Raw 3: Mary Severson, Nancy Mortensen, Joan Heigl, Carol Buss, Joanne Schultz, Helen Wickham, Janet Burr, Nancy Jahns, Susan Patterson, Kay Carey, Ann Norman, Beverly Richardson, Kay Christensen, Carol Schanke, Mary Boelter, Judy Larson, Alice Bruce Row 4: Audrey Schuette, Joanne Gorr, Mary Kalfahs, Ann Pearson, Jackie Martiny, Joan Doll, Faith Quade, Ellen Barnes, Betty Halde- man, Sally Lyon, Barbara Krablean, Marcia Pheifer, Peggy Howe, Anita Braun, Darlene Wollerman, Jean Ross Row 7, l. to r.: Susan Thomas, Rita Heigl, Suzanne Jahns, Barbara Cumings, Mary Keating, Emogene Below, Sharon Krueger, Shirley Gullickson, Mary Elliott, Barbara Abendroth, Carol Beach, Mary Ann Faulks Row 2: Mary Stinski, Joyce Robinson, Donna Haldemann, Bev Metz, Nancy Schneider, Barbara Muth, Susan O'Leary, Mary Ellen Julius, Jacqueline Anderson, Judy Olson, Carolyn Wahlers, Bonnie Case, Bev Frakes, Karen Wenneche Row 3: Estelle Marty, Janice Brandt, Betty Dowe, Mariorie Bridges, Judy Frederick, Carol Casperson, Jody Jorgensen, Janice Boehm, Judy Kreuter, Gwen Courtney, Diane Landskron, Bev Braun, Jan Ruthven, Mary Schultz Row 4: Pat Pierce, Sandra Petersen, Connie Kehl, Pat Randall, Noncy James, Barbara Larson, Eileen Kerrigon, Carol Clow, Margaret Bunker Burr, Helen Wickham, Faith Quade, and Mary Ellen Julius. Their duty is to see that the various activities to which they are assigned are well organized. The club sponsors and conducts many activities. The girls sell candy and concessions at all home foot- ball games. The money helps pay for the dance which the club sponsors. G.A.A. is also in charge of getting girls to serve for the annual football banquet. The organization also had a float entry in the homecoming parade. G.A.A. has one main policy, this is good sports- manship. lt is a must for all members. The girls try to respect other people, and live clean and honest lives. A very successful year, with Miss Hasse as advisor, was ended by a dinner for the members of the club. Counting their Pennies Making G.A.A. Assignments G.A.A. Cheese THREE CHEERS First Row, left to right: Marylyn Ducat, Shirley DeBrolca, Patricia Wieclxert, Nancy Hammel, Susan Landig. Second Row: Judy Rather, Barbara Pafl, Patricia Werling, Audrey Paul, Judy Zitelman, Miss Haase. CHEERLEADERS The cheerleaders have been an important group in our school activities for a long time. All students of N. H. S. are eligible tor member- ship. However, only the best-qualified are selected by the senior cheerleaders. The final choice is made through the use of elimination "contests", and the contestants are judged on their knowledge of cheers, Varsity Cheerleaders their personality, neatness, and agility. The cheerleaders were led this year by their cap- tain, Marylyn Ducat, and advised by the girls' physical education teacher, Miss Haase. Their services to the student body include leading cheers at football and basketball games, arousing enthusiasm in pep assem- blies, and maintaining good and gracious school spirit. Yea!!! ACTIVITIES 59 Row l, left to right: Daniel Alesch, Carl Jankowski, Donna Bork, Puulu Brazeau, Cele Nault, Dick Martiny, Mr. Borgen, Tom Murphy, Janet Mueller, Bonnie Porath, Vince Springer, Bill Buchanan. Row 2: Dave Bouquet, Howard Johnson, Myron Borchert, Dennis Davis, Alice Barnes, Nancy Mortensen Estelle Marty, Roy Krueger, Bob Gresenz, Dave Brown, Dick Zeniselu. Row 3: Fred Hrubecky, Iveaux Andersen, Jim Sorensen. STUDENT At the beginning of the new school year each homeroom chose one person to represent them in the Student Council with the exception of study halls, which elected two representatives. Alternate repre- sentatives were also chosen at this time. This year the Student Council elected Dick Zenisek as their president. His co-officers were: Roy Krueger, vice president, Bob Gresenz, treasurer, and Paula Brazeau, secretary. The Student Council met every Tuesday with their advisor, Mr. Borgen. They discussed problems which Ballots Counted by Girls Senate and Council COUNCIL were brought to their attention through the home- rooms. They also chose the assembly programs for the following year. Some of the proiects of the Student Council this past year were: Sponsoring the Red Cross drive and packing the gift boxes, decorating the halls at Christ- mas time, entertaining the faculty at tea, selling tags on Tag Day in order to get money to help some senior further his or her education. These are iust a few of the worthy proiects which were sponsored by our Student Council. Serving at Faculty Tea Student Council Officers - 1 X 'Q F Q GIRLS' SENATE EXECUTIVE BOARD Row T, left to right: Jill Zabel, Patricia Juliot, Rachel Krenger, Janet Mueller, Beverly Frakes, Beverly Richardson, June Timm, Nina Thermansen, Nancy Mortensen, Sue Chudacoft. Row 2: Joyce Nelson, Jeanette Thomack, Mary Stinslci, Nancy Onstad, Ruth Halverson, Beverly Braun, Marian Brown, Mary Kirchgeorg, Mary Kessler, Mary Jane Fara, Miss Griffiths. GIRLS' The Girls' Senate, under the guidance of Miss Griffiths, has completed its seventh successful year. This organization is open to each girl that enters Neenah High School. The executive board is composed of five girls from each class who carry on its business. Officers elected for this year were Joyce Nelson, presi- S E N A T E following activities during the year: Concessions after school Get-well cards Big and Little Sister Party Freshmen Mothers' Tea dent for the first semester, Beverly Braun and Jeanette Thomack, co-presidents for the second semester, Mar- ion Brown, secretary, and Mary Kirchgeorg, treasurer. The Girls' Senate undertook and accomplished the We Sing at a Party Girls' Senate Dance Senior Mother-Daughter Dinner Junior-Sophomore Night Rural Youth Day Music Maker Mother-Daughter Banquet Miss Griffith Accepts Gift 61 HONOR SOCIETY SENIORS Richard Bartel John Owen Iva Hillegas Paula Brazeou Gordon Harper Richard McCrory Robert Delapp Mary Kalfahs Nancy Mortensen Cecile Nault Elisabeth Wilton Beverly Braun l NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY Neenah High School was granted a National Honor Society charter in the 'I947-48 school year. Its purposes are to create an enthusiasm for scholarship, to stimulate a desire to render service, to promote worthy leadership, and to encourage the development of character in the pupils of Neenah High. Members are selected on the following basis: all students with "B" averages or above are eligible, the faculty then rates those who are eligible on the basis of character, service, and leadership as displayed throughout their high school careers. According to the revised National Honor Society Constitution, fifteen per cent of the eligible juniors and twenty per cent of the eligible seniors are selected on those standards. Previously, iuniors were not eligible. So far, seventy-five Neenah students have been named members of the National Honor Society since it was first organized in our high school. Upon becom- ing a member, each student is given a National Honor Society emblem which indicates one of the highest honors our high school can award. HONOR SOCIETY JUNIORS Beth Zabel Janet Borgen Faith Quade David Leaman Mary Wiita l. long live the queen 3. So 1hoY's our problem 5. Noon hour politics 7. l'm shocked 2. Behind the scenes 4. Bugsy biologists 6. Size 12's 8. Mother-r-r!! 63 Advisor MR. THOM Editors-in-Chief BEV BRAUN DICK MCCRORY ROCKET The Rocket staff selected the theme "Rocket Memories" for this years' annual. It is hoped that as the years pass these pages may serve as pleasant recollections. From October to June the Rocket room was a busy place as the staff gathered material and compiled the book. All of the members appearing on this page received pins for their contributions to the annual as editors. Upon finishing the annual the sentiment of the staff can be summed up, "What a lot of work!" ROCKET EDITORS First Row: Cele Nault Dick Bartel Janet Schultz Janet Burr Second Row: Jim Boehm Audrey Schuette Helen Wickham Kay Carey Bonnie Porath Gordon Harper Row lz, left to right: Mordee Rohde, Virginia Albert, Mary Wiita, Estelle Marty, Judy Frederick, Beverly Metz. Row 21 Tom Murphy, Paula Brazeau, Frances Levitt, Janice Neill, Donna Bork, Sue Chudacoff, Judy Owen, Iva Hillegas, Barbara Paff, Nina Thermansen, Joyce Zarllow, Bob Gresenz, Jerry Lund. Row 3: Susan Patterson, Elisabeth Wilton, Nancy Mortensen, Betty Arndt, Ruth Pyott, Joyce Arnold, Peggy Bunker, Sandra Schultz, Joyce Nelson, Jean Ross, Joanne Schultz, Harry Miller, Row 4: Ardythe Roberts, Kay Carlson, Nancy Haley, June Timm, Mavis Erdmann, Fred Hrubecky, Rose Schloemer, Sharon Sommer, Alice Barnes, Shirley Porath, Joan Doll, Mary Stinski. Row 5: Larry Bouquet, Marion Brown, Jacqueline Anderson, Pot Porter, Mary Kaltahs, Ann Pearson, Jacqueline Martuny, Beverly Frakes, Emogene Below, Tom Fuszard. . . . FROM THE EDITORS Our work is done -it is now "Rocket Memories". The building of this yearbook has been a difficult job, not quite so soft as one might imagine. To attempt to write the entire book would be actually impossible for any one person. lt was the iob of the Rocket staff, and you will agree that they did a fine piece of work. We wish to commend the entire staff listed below for their fine cooperation and a iob well done: Richard Bartel .. .. Editorial and Lay-out Co-editor Cecile Noult . Editorial and Lay-out Co-editor Audrey Schuette .. .......... Business Co-editor Janet Burr ..... . . Business Co-editor Kay Carey ..... .. Typing Co-editor Helen Wickham . . . . Typing Co-editor Janet Schultz . .. Art Co-editor Bonnie Porath . . ........ Art Co-editor Gordon Harper . . .. Photography Co-editor Jim Boehm .... . . .Photography Co-editor We also wish to acknowledge the work of the following underclassmen: Fred Hrubecky, Barbara Paff, Jackie Anderson, and Nina Thermansen. We would like to express our thanks for the fine cooperation we received from students and teachers alike. It is your Rocket now, and we hope you like it! Signed, BEV BRAUN DICK McCRO RY Editors-in-Chief l l to r.: Gloria Otis, Audrey Schuette, Betty Arndt, Betty McKinnon, Sylvia Mikkelsen, Donna Nielsen, Jon Hopkins, Douglas Dixon, Ardis Row , . Raisler, Lorraine Brooks, Paula Brazeau, Judy Owen, Miss Swift Row 2: Janet Wismer, Sandra Schultz, Jackie Fandrey, Judy Selle, June Timm, Helen Wickham, Joanne Schultz, Kay Carey, Nance Mortensen, Janet Burr, Joanne Gorr, Susan Darling, Donna Terrian, Mary Wiita, Mavis Erdmann, Ruth Halverson Row 3: Bob Gresenz, Franklin Hochholzer, Joyce Robinson, Anita Braun, JoAnn Pierce, Sandra Hatch, Faith Quade, Marian Brown, Ann Pearson, Mary Kalfahs, Estelle Marty, Richard McCrory, Dick Cowling Row 4: Bob Raddu, Jim Steffen, Eugene Schnosse, Ralph Kiesow, Edward Wolff, Jack Land THE CUB The CUB, our student newspaper which is published free of charge twice a month by the CUB staFl and its advisors, was distributed fifteen times this year for the enioyment of the student body. Three special issues were included in the production during the year, the Christmas issue, April Fool edition and Senior issue, which gave special recognition to the graduating seniors. The new staff for next year was announced at the annual spring picnic. Advisors of the school paper were Miss Swift and Mr. Poellinger. CUB STAFF Joanne Schultz, Helen Wickham-Editors-in-Chief Mary Kalfahs-Girls' Sport Editor Judy SelleAProof Reader Mary Wiita-Front Page Editor Judy Owen-Business Manager Janet Burr, Jon Hopkins-Exchanger Editors Paula Brazeau, Estelle Marty-Co-feature Editors Marian Brown-Advertising Manager Kay Carey, Mavis Erdmann-Spec. Feature Ed. Bob Gresenz-Sports Editor June Timm-Copy Reader Audrey Schuette-Typing Editor PRINTING STAFF Ed Wolf, Dick Cowling, Ralph Kiesow, Jack Land, Bob Raddu, Eugene Schnosse and Jim Steffen Editors Schultz and Wickham Printers Land, Kiesow, Woltt, Raddu, Schnasse Wiita and Brazeau Perplexed l l 66 Row i: Sandra Hatch, Elisabeth Wilton, Naomi Sanders, Janet Schultz, Mary Boushley- Row 2: Jack Land, Kay Carlson, Vida Skifstad, Joyce Zachow, Ardyth Roberts, Jackie Fandrey, Ardis Ralsler, Richard McCrory. Row 3: Edward Wolfe, Richard Cowling, James Card, Roger Miller, Elizabeth McKinnon, Eugene Schnasse. Row 4: Robert Kellett, Arthur Johnson, Robert Raddu, Mary Severson, Ralph Kiesow, Jim Steffen. ROCKET ECHOES Original poems, stories and essays, written by the students of various English classes, again filled our annual "Rocket Echoes." Miss Peterson advised the English IV classes with the production of this literary magazine. This year Jackie Fandry and Ardyth Roberts were co-editors. Associate editors were Mary Severson, Ardis Planning Racket Echoes Raisler and Naomi Sanders. On the typing staff were Joyce Zachow, Sandra Hatch, Betty McKinnon, Kay Carlson, Vida Skifstad and Mary Boushley. Janet Schultz and Liz Wilton took care ot the art, and the business managers were Paul Frakes and Dick McCrory. Rocket Echoes was printed in the N.H.S. print shop under the direction of Mr. Poellinger. It Must Be Typed l Row One: Barbara Christopher, Mary Kirchgeorg, Rose Schloemer, Faith Quade, Mary Wiita, Beth Zabel, Row Two: Ruth Halverson, Mr. Dunwiddie, Nancy Fowler, Robert Graham, Joel Garlock, Marcia Falck, Lyall Stilp, Larry Bouquet, Robert DeLC1PPf John Millar. DEBATE Resolved: That the president of the United States should be elected by a direct vote of the people. Debating this question, Neenah debaters took part in 42 debates throughout the state, winning 'l8 and losing 24 of them for an average of .430, while the "B" debaters took part in 53 debates, winning 27 and losing 26 of them. Neenah placed third with two other teams in the District debate tournament at Clintonville on February 6, and went on to qualify for the Sectional debate at Stevens Point. At Point, Neenah won 2 and lost 4. FORENSICS A person desiring to participate in Forensics may do so in any one of six different fields: extemporaneous speaking, extemporaneous reading, original oratory, non-original oratory, serious declamation, and humorous declamation. This year Robert DeLapp, David Leaman, Rosemary Schloemer, Larry Bouquet, Lyle Miller, Lyall Stilp, Bar- bara Weight, Jean Ross, Jerry Schultz, and Anne Kreiss won the right to compete in the league contest at Kau- kauna on Saturday, March l3. At the same time Audrey Bull, Peggy Aggers, and Elizabeth Drew were chosen to participate in the district at Clintonville, March 20. Row Row One: Lyall Stilp, Elizabeth Drew, Elizabeth McKinnon, Paula Brazeau, Judy Owen, Sharon Stecker, Virginia Pantton, Audrey Bull. Two: Faith Quade, Peggy Aggers, Jerry Schultz, Jean Ross, Barbara Weigt, Mary Buchanan. Row Three: Lyle Miller, Robert Delapp, Richard McCrory, Peter Miedke, Rose Schloemer. Row Four: Larry Bouquet, David Leaman, John Millar, Jerry Belanger, Anita Braun. Row l: Jerry Schultz, Elisabeth Wilton, Iva Hillegas, Judy Owen, Joan Popp, Janet Borgen, Helen Wickham, Mr. Harris. Row 2: Sandy Abel, Nancy Horn, Sue Severson, Kay Carey, Raymond Lewis, Peter Miedke. Row 3: Robert Neubauer, Sherman Marty, Mary Keating, Vince Springer, Tom Tollette, Row 4: Paul Frakes, Richard McCrory, Mary Kalfahs, Jon Hopkins, David Leaman' THESPIANS The Thespians spent another drama-packed year with their usual production of a spring and fall play, and their second annual premiere, which consisted of three one-act plays. The fall play was the story of a young writer and a strange bet he had with the owner ot a summer mountain resort. Seven Keys to Baldpate, by George M. Cohan, was directed by Miss Broetzman. Included in the cast were: Vincent Springer, Peggy Bunker, David Leaman, Iva Hillegas, Robert Thompson, Tom Tollette, Peggy Aggers, Janet Borgen, Bob Neubauer, Jon Hopkins, Jerry Schultz, Pete Miedke, Ray Lewis, Gordon Harper. In February, the Thespians had their second annual premiere. The one-act plays were directed by students. Submerged was directed by Alexander Abel and Dick The Hasty Heart McCrory. The cast included: Vincent Springer, Roy Krueger, David Bouquet, Larry Bouquet, Robert Erb, and George Kreiss. Antic Spring was directed by Kay Carey and Iva Hillegas. Included in its cast were: Jerry Schultz, Mary Keating, Bob Kellet, Cathy Wein- man, Sue Chudacolt, and Wayne Hardell. Elizabeth Wilton and Helen Wickham directed High Heart. This cast included: Joan Popp, Paul Reilly, Ann Pearson, Jim Krueger, Bruce Stelow, Robert Neubauer, Wally Wilms, Rolland Kramer, and John Hesselman. The Spring play, Hasty Heart by John Patrick, was directed by Mr. Harris. This story takes place in a British Army Hospital. The cast included: Jim Steffen, Bob Kerrigan, Alexander Abel, Paula Brazeau, Peter Meidke, Fred Hrubecky, Lyall Stilp, David Bouquet, and Gordon Harper. Seven Keys to Baldpate l Brazeau, Steffen, Hrubecky, Harper, Meidke, Abel, Kerrigan Schultz, Meidke, Springer. W iv-Y Row T: Nancy Mortensen, Virginia Albert, Estelle Marty, Richard Bartel, Sandra Petersen. Row 2: Joan Doll, Donna Terrian, Joan Alferi, Mary Kalfahs, Karen Volkman, Barbara Russell, Roberta Skibba. Row 3: Ardis Raisler, Alice Barnes, Karen Wenneche, Jean Ross, Nancy James, Kay Thompson, Sandra Schultz, Judy Haber, Mary Schulz Row 4: Sue Kurtz, Alice Mahoney, Barbara Forsythe, Pete Miedke, Janice Collins, Susan Patterson, Monica Marmes, Darlene Wollerman Row 5: Naomi Sanders, Mary Buchanan, Rita Heigl, Connie Kehl, Jon Hopkins, Carl Jankowski, Mr. Mais, Sue Chudacoft, Diane Patton, Ronald Koerner, David Actenburg BAND The Neenah High School band started out its year by playing for the assembly the second day of school. During the next few weeks the band practiced for its performances between the halves of football games. Despite the untimely absence of Mr. Mais, the band presented its Christmas concert on December 18. After Christmas, the band started practicing for the annual mid-winter concert. The concert held February 28 was followed by a reception honoring Mr. Mais. Immedi- ately following the concert, work was started on selec- tions played at the band tournament held May T, at Two Rivers. The last events of the year were playing for the Memorial Day parade and graduation. The Pep Band, under the direction of Bruce Stelow spent a large amount of time practicing for basketball games and assembly programs. From the opening concert to graduation the band has provided splendid entertainment. The Band Entertains Between Halves Row I: Peggy Howe, Emogene Below, Raymond Lewis, Barbara Cummings, Camille Johnson Row 2: Dennis Davis, Bob Strauser, Jacqueline Anderson, Don Kuckenbecker, Peder Halverson, Nancy Gorges, Eugene Angell, Don Elmer Row 3: Robert Steif, Tom Zuethen, Paul Kurtz, Gordon Mortensen, Paul Frakes, Bill Lasse, Margaret Larsen, Diane Landskron, Bruce Davis Row 4: Bud Voigtman, Don Angell, Phil Hildebrand, Nancy Fowler, Dove Hoftman, Betty Seggeling, Judy Parks, David Petersen, Nancy Horn Row 5: Bruce Stelow, Ruth Halverson, Tom Tollette, Mary Alberts, John Wingen, Edythe Meyer, Lorraine Brooks MR. MAIS CELEBRATES HIS SILVER ANNIVERSARY Twenty-five years ago, in 1929, Mr. Lester Mais took up the duties as the Neenah High band director. Since that time he has done a magnificent iob turning out fine musicians and fine bands. The band celebrated the event with a concert and a reception. Many friends and former students also attended. We, too, wish to extend our heartiest congratulations to Mr. Mais. Row I: Nancy Mortensen, Raymond Lewis, Joan Doll, Donna Terrian, Joan Alferi, Alice Barnes, Dennis Davis, Don Kuchenbeclcer, Jacqueline Anderson. Row 2: Mary Kalfahs, Barbara Russell, Nancy James, Ardis Raisler, Richard Bartel, Sandra Petersen, Monica Marmes, Sandra Schultz, Carl Jankowski, Don Elmer, Jon Hopkins, Bruce Davis, Diane Landskron, David Petersen, Nancy Horn Row 3: Mr. Mais, David Achtenberg, John Wingen, Lorraine Brooks, Diane Patton, Bruce Stelow. 71 Row l, I. to r.: Ann Pearson-accompanist, Robert Mucha, John Hammill, Bill Sawtell, Robert Graham, Robert Wege, Jerry Schultz, Ken Pagel, Bill Paul, Marv Swichtenberg, Robert Wolfgram, Miss Roper Row 2: Richard Arndt, Virgil Van Asten, Ronnie Babcock, Jerry Julius, Charles Arnemann, Le Roy Cole, James Sorensen, James Hobart, Gene Schultz, Warren Schweitzer, Bill Tyriver, Clyde Kettner BOYS' CHOIR This year was the second year that a Boy's Choir has been formed in Neenah High School. The choir has greatly improved since the first year. The boys are mostly freshmen and sophomores, and some of them have never been members of a music class before. The boys attended the music festival this year and made a very good showing for themselves. Under the direction of Miss Roper they sang for assembly sings at school, social groups and church groups. MIXED CHOIR The mixed choir was directed as in past years by Miss Roper. ln the fall the choir took part in the United Nations program, assembly sings, and sang in the TOO voice choir on Reformation Sunday. During the holiday season they sang in several Christmas pro- grams. ln April the choir traveled to Manitowoc for the music festival. The officers of mixed choir were President, Bill Sund, Treasurer, Joan Popp, and Secretary, Ann Pear- son. Pot Werling accompanied the choir. Row I, l, to r.: Mardee Rohde, Beverly Metz, Alberta Graham, Patricia Werling, Roberta Steffensen, Joan Popp, Patricia Pierce, Shirley Parker, Miss Roper Row 2: Dick Sorensen, Dick Schultz, Leslie Babbitts, Audrey Bull, Ann Pearson, Beverly Braun, Mary Keating, Donald Miller Row 3: Bill Sund, Bob Beger, LeRoy Diupstrom, Vincent Springer, Bill Buchanan Row l,l. to r.: JoAnn Hammill, Darlene Boushley, Nancy Falch, Mary Boushley, Susan Parker, Judy Thorson, Miss Roper, Patricia Juliot, Mildred Petersen, Bernice Bannach, Margaret Mathewson, Mavis Behnlle, Cleo Alsteen, Beverly Kraus Row 2: Shirley Payne, Ruth Ann Wolf, Colleen Crawford, Mary Jane Boelter, Kay L. Chrisianson, Danna Elmer, Joyce Cihlar, Nancy Kuehnl, Amber Jenkins, Barbara Veeser, Shirley Jury, Carol Harper, Marjorie Peterson, Lois Pingel, Patricia Reetz, Judy Francart Row 3: Alice Bruce, Gloria Hintz, Renita LaRue, Waunita Miller, Shirley Johnson, Peggy Metz, Betty Newton, Hallie Shadduck, Patricia Thiel, Rachel Krenger, Carol Gorgenson Row 4: Joan Sauer, Mary Potratz, Betty Keberlein, Bonita Heinz, Gloria Eake, Jean Eake, Carol Popp, Beverly Leach, Judy Schramm, Caral Birmingham, Susan Darling GIRLS' CHOIR Under the capable direction of Miss Ruth Roper, the Girls' Choir has again provided a varied program of music activity. ln the past year this organization was composed of one-hundred members. They elected the following officers: Rachael Krenger, president, Bonnie Porath, secretary, Ruth Kruse and Pat Laursen, treasurers. Barbara Weight was the accompanist with Elizabeth Leaman as assistant accompanist. Several other girls were also selected to do various iobs connected with the choir. These girls cooperated and worked hard to com- plete a very successful year. We are proud to have this well-trained organization as a part of the Neenah High School. Row 'l, l. to r.: Joan Clark, Anita Kleist, Joyce Arnold, Carol Porath, Maureen Heider, Barbara Weigt, JoAnn Kuether, Danice Beckstrom, Susan Thomas, Frances Levitt, Ruthann Kruse, Beverly Beyer, Patricia Larson, Jacklyn Stoegbauer Row 2: Donna Nielsen, Carol Beach, Sandra Razelle, Carol Page, Mary Elliott, Gladys Roblee, Bonita Porath, Carol Westtahl, Jane Boehm, Sally Winter, Donna Abhold, Judie Sharpless, Theodora Hartzheim, Sylvia Mikkelsen, Judy Lenz Row 3: Elizabeth Leaman, Mary Lauson, Patricia Laursen, Carolyn Wohlers, Shirley Porath, Marcia Pheiter, Judy Malchow, Yvonne Meunier, Betty Dowe, Darlene Snell, Margaret Dietz Row 4: Marilyn Spielbauer, Kay Nielsen, Shirley Dommer, Marlene Statteld, Mary Jane Fara, Marlene Beimborn, Sally Larson, Ruth Ann Koehn First Row, lett to right: Marvis Behnke, Arlene Sievert, Mary Kate Handeyside, Carla Loehning, Carol Porath, Darlene Snell, Miss Gullikson, Darleen Sommer, Ruth Ann Kruse, Margaret Mathewson, Claudia Kaepke, Pat Muenzel, Maureen Skibbo. Second Raw: Jacquelyn Stoegbauer, Frances Levitt, JoAnn Pasternock, Barbara Veeser, Theodora Hartzheim, Joan Bunn, Barbara Fensky, Pat Bunn, Amber Jenkins, Pat Larson, Carol Page, Vida Skifstad, Dorothy Lange. Third Row: Kay Larson, Shirley Marsh, Shirley Griepentrog, Sandra Zehner, Jean Kofler, Carol Westtahl, Shirley Porath, Carol Beach, Bonita Case HOME ECONOMICS CLUB The purpose of the Home Economics Club is to supplement the Home Economic department with activi- ties such as knitting, the art of being good hostesses by actual entertaining, and doing worthwhile things for those in need. During the year the Home Economics Club sponsored a style show in which the girls modeled the clothing they had made themselves. The most important event of the year was the Christmas party given by the girls for twenty-tive needy children. SCIENCE HOBBIES CLUB Soil and chemical analysis, radio, photography, and astronomy were the main projects of the Science Hobbies Club this year. These groups were headed by Bob Gresenz, Bud Voightman, and Jackie Anderson. Otticers for this year were: Gordon Harper, presi- dent, Bob Strauser, vice-president, Beth Zabel, secretary, Dave Leaman, treasurer, and Bob Gresenz, reporter. Regular meetings were held on the first and third Thursdays of each month. The club advisor is Mr. Krause. First Row, left to right: Ted Klinker, Dick DuBois, Sam Wilms, Janet Schultz, Marjorie Brezinski, Judith Sharpless, Jacqueline Anderson, Ruth Halverson, Beth Zabel, Wallace Wilms, Jack Kosloske, Robert Frank Second Row. Bob Gresenz, Bernand Dahl, Ronald Phelps, Gregory Reinhardt, Peter Deutsch, Maurice Skibba, Paul Rasmussen, Robert Clark, Bud Voigtman, Chuck Hutchins, Jim Hobart, Harry Miller, Mr. Krause. Third Row: Warren Zingler, David Leaman, Leroy Blank, Gordon Harper, Richard McCrory, John Nelson, Robert Breaker, Jim Boehm, Ned Cochrane, Robert Strauser, Tom Molzaw. l l s ,1- First Row, left to right: Elisabeth Wilton, Roberta Steffensen, Alberta Graham, Janet Mueller, Diane Patton, Hazel Mueller, Janet Eake, Joyce Olson, Mary Albert, Marvis Behnke, Constance Campbell, Patricia Randall, Second Row: June Timm, Judy Selle, Joyce Nelson, Sharon Sommer, Betty Arndt, Jean Zabel, Virginia Albert, Ellen Schultz, Judy Haber, Darlene Snell, Barbara Thorson, Lois Jenkins, Lorraine Hoehne, Sandra Shinners, Peggy Metz, Camille Johnson, Judith Zitelman. Third Row: Kay Carey, Audrey Bull, Betty Seggeling, Karen Lange, Barbara Grygny, Sandra Hatch, Sally Winter, Gladys Roblee, Judith Parks, Jody Jorgensen, Sherry Spiegelberg, Glenace Schafer, Kay Nielsen, Suzanne Jahns, Jacklin Mueller. Fourth Row: Larry Bouquet, Gene Schultz, Dick Snyder, Bob Raddu, John Millar, Jim SteHen, Mr, Gundlach, Dick Harwood, Bruce Davis, Dick Bartel, David Bouquet, Gordon Harper. BIOLOGY CLUB The Biology Club, in its fourteenth year, under the Performing various biological projects constitutes leadership of Mr. Gundlach, began this year with a tremendous membership increase. After the election of officers, through which Dave Bouquet was chosen the program of the club itself. Club members, accord- ing to their interests, carry on nutrition experiments, president, Dick Bartel - vice president, June Timm - grew and Care for plants' gpg' birds' dlssecl Smaller treasurer, Joyce Nelson - secretary, and Judy Selle Ummclsf make U 5lUdY of lV0P'C0l Hsh Und GUY other -point recorder, four meetings were held. project connected with the club. First Row, left to right: Clayton Moersch, Peggy Howe, Nancy Fowler, Carol Gorgensen, Gloria Eake, Jean Eake, Carol Popp, Marilyn Ducat, Joanne Garr, Helen Wickham, Joanne Schultz, Betty Newton, Pauline Pitsch, Marjorie Gerke, David Peterson. Second Row: Tom Murphy, Frank Hochholzer, Nancy Onstad, Carol Vogt, Mary Patratz, Naomi Sanders, Sally Burr, Paula Brazeau, Judy Owen, Carol Hansen, Caryle Springer, Janet Schultz, Bonita Porath, Josephine Crawford, Nancy Meyer, Pat Wickert, Ruth Pyott, Frances Krueger, Bernard Dahl, Roy Krueger, Paul Zeinert. Third Row: Marlene Beimborn, Jill Zabel, Nancy Haley, Kay Thompsen, Beverly Braun, Jackie Martiny, Ann Pearson, Mary Kalfahs, Joan Doll, Kay Carlson, Nancy Mortensen, Judy Sharpless, Donna Terrian, Pat Pierce, Jackie Fandry, Dick Bellack. Fourth Row: Dick Barnstable, Dick Martiny, Bob Graham, Bill Sawtel, Joel Garlock, Don Whitney, Mary Schultz, Estelle Marty, Joan Fandry, Peggy Bunker, Bob We-ge, Ken Pagel, Phil Hildebrand, David Hoffman, Bill Paul, Paul Mortensen, Dick DuBois, Lee Jensen. 75 Row l, l. to r.: Nancy Kaufman, Nancy Hammel, Janet Burr, Tom Kuehl, Dave Brown, Roy Krueger, Tom Wiesner, Ann Norman, Susan O'Leary, Audrey Schuette, Barbara Abendroth, Mr. Gerhardt Row 2: Barbara Larson, Maxine Moody, Carol Gorgenson, Ruthann Kruse, Gloria Otis, Judy Larson, Shirley Perlcette, Mary Schulz, Sharon Krueger, Susan Kurtz, Betty Newton, Joanne Gorr, Helen Wickham, Hazel Mueller, Carol Schanke, Darlene Snell Row 3: Jerry Schultz, Kenneth Pagel, Paul Kurtz, Roy Holz, Mary Rouse, Sally Fredrick, Judy Frederick, Jody Jorgensen, Diane Rutkus, Sherry Spiegelberg, Glenace Schaefer, Patricia Schulz, Becklyn Hilliker, David Barnstable, Richard Barnstable, John Hammill Row 4: Daryl Jensen, Donald Miller, Marvin Swichtenberg, Bill Buchanan, Ronald Buser, Carlton Brockman, Gilbert Alfertig, Stuart Monard, Bob Grunska, Dennis Davis, Howard Schumacher, Jerry LaFond, Dick Burr, Arden Schroeder, Earl Zachow CONSERVATION CLUB The ofticers this year were: Douglas Frakes, president, Roy Krueger, vice-president, Nancy Kaufman, secretary, and Janet Burr, treasurer. The board members were: Audrey Schuette and Dave Brown, Seniors, Nancy Hammel and Susan O'Leary, Juniors, Barbara Abendroth and Ann Norman, Sophomores, Tom Wiesner and Tom Kuehl, Freshmen. For every sixty hours of actual work done each club member receives ci B rating. One hundred-twenty hours of work are required for an A rating. These ratings are placed on report cards. Every member automatically re- ceives fifteen points a year for joining the club. In this way an inactive member can obtain a B rating in four years. Row l, l. to r.: Donna Bork, Pat Reetz, Roberta Steftensen, Pat Juliot, Sue Chuclacolt, Jo Ann Hammill, Sally Burr, Carla Loehning, Claudia Koepke, Jacquelin Mueller Row 2: Bev Frakes, Marcia Pheiter, Jean Kofler, Diane Patton, Kay Nielsen, Carol Page, Emogene Below, Nancy Horn, Sally Lyon, Joan Alferi, Gail Traas, Audrey Bull Row 3: Barbara Grygny, Karen Lange, Cathy Weinman, Karla Grempel, Janice Brandt, Sue Landig, Marlene Stafield, Alberta Graham, Ruth Peapenburg, Darlyne Petersen, Sharon Sommer, Suzanne Jahns, Virginia Pantton, Judy Page, Barbara Krablean, Elizabeth Leaman Row 4: Jeanette Thomack, Rose Rasmussen, Betty Haldemann, Barbara Bartlein, Susan Darling, Joan Fandrey, Marvelyn Stuebs, Beverly Metz, Marlene Beimborn, Nancy Schneider, Patricia Schultz, Pat Pierce, Jan Ruthven, Peggy Bunker Row 5: Jerry Lund, Rolly Kramer, Jim Neubauer, Tom Kress, Tom Voigt, Lyle Miller, Don Pohlman, Allen Roblee, Bob Thompson, Bill Flesch, Paul Zeinert, Wayne Pingel, Bob Blenller 76 Row l, l. to r.: Judie Sharpless, Jean Eake, Marge Gehrke, Joan Heigl, Mary Kalfahs, Ann Pearson, Marian Brown, Mavis Erdmann, Mary Jane Fara, Pat Porter, Darlene Wollerman, Judy Olson Row 2: Bob Beger, Lyall Stilp, Bruce Williams, Larry Kyle, Larry Larson, Barbara Muth, Ruth Aebi, Carol Vogt, Marshall Schroeder, Bill Diedrich, John Shreve, David Williams, Doug Dixon, Don Klitzke Row 3: John Llewellyn, Le Roy Fenske, Jerry Springborn, Bud Rewey, Don Harness, Jim Salm, Robert Jones, Bob Wolfgram, Bill De Keyser, Bill Kallin, Tom Jensen, Jerry Prey, Lyle Olson Row 4: Gerald Seelow, Ronald Johnson, Jerry Barr, Bill Tyriver, Bob Wiershke, Paul Reilly The main activities of the club were rabbit trapping, bird feeding, tree planting, photography and art work, hiking, and many other Helds pertaining to conservation. The club sponsored an all school dance and also held a party to which each member brought a guest. Another big feature of the year was the Chili Supper. At this supper, the members who caught the most rabbits were awarded trophies and prizes. This spring, twenty-tive senior boys and girls attended the Trees for Tomorrow Camp for tour days at Eagle River, Wisconsin. Students from our high school have been attending this camp for four years. The students were given instructions in everything from fire-fighting to tree planting. They gained a better understanding of the importance of conserving our natural resources. The fine work of the Conservation Club has been achieved with the understanding and able guidance of the Club advisor, Mr. Gerhardt. Row I, I. to r.: Dawn Mueller, Dorothy Lange, Barbara Fensky, Catherine Farley, Janice Gullickson, Judith Alfertig, Janice Neill, Judith Owen, Paula Brazeau, Joyce Arnold, Shirley Payne, Judith Zitelman, Ann Kreiss, Carol Popp, Raw 2: Barbara Cumings, Nancy Kuehnl, Ruth Pyott, Shirley Debroko, Joyce Zachow, Ellen Schultz, Janet Schultz, Bonnie Porath, Donna Halde- man, Mary Stinski, Mary Julius, Joyce Robinson, Rita Heigl, Jane Boehm, Sharon Stecker, Joanne Schultz Row 3: Bob Manteufel, Dick Martiny, David Hoftman, Philip Hildebrand, David Peck, Bernice Goetl, Beverly Leach, Arlene Sievert, Robert Frank, Don Dixon, Ray Gerrits, Ronald Evans, Paul Thomsen, Dick Bellack Row 4: Gary Mangan, Bob Neubauer, Bill Rather, Bob Gresenz, Dick McCormack, Don Kuchenbecker, Bob Raddu, Harry Miller, Donald Paulson, Myron Borchert, Doug Mathison, Carl Jankowski, Bruce Stelow, John Hesselmon, William Klavetter, Dale Case, Alfred Kuchenbecker 77 Dinnah is served! Bathing beauty? We "jus' wan' the fads." Blossum-m? Salt in your beer? Peekva-boo! Chorus line lookin' for type lice? "By crncky , . ." Q92 A Sf W q:::-: ',..5: ::: ,143 Q A ..:.... ,A A ,MW 2' O o oh !ha! Sufhern hospitality' What' No comic books'-' COI1QfC'UlCI'lOl'l5 Hop' Hard af work, or play? Mr. Bunker's out to lunch The gang's all here! 78 'X 5 I. Guess whcn?? 2. I'd smile too! 3. "The line-up" 4. let us in on it! . What the "Met" is missing- 6. We made it!! 7. I don'f unders1und?? 8. Mechanically minded? Watch it "Pete"-she's only a freshman Now isn't that interesting . Look who's studying! Up against it, and not minding 0 bit. Life is rough all over! 79 .AMW Row 'l, I. to r.: Bob Neubauer, Bruce Williams, Betty Newton, Betty McKinnon, Ruth Halverson, Nancy Sylvander, Judith Sharpless, Franklin Hochholzer, Charles Hutchins, Bob Eiss Row 2: Dick Kessler, Ruth Kaehn, Mildred Halle, Mavis Erdmann, Marian Brown, Rose Schloemer, Ardyth Roberts, Robert Heinzkill, Miss Kiser Row 3: Wayne Peterson, Dick Zenisek, lveaux Andersen, Bill Sund, Dave Leaman, Jerry Belanger, Eugene Angell LATIN CLUB Learning more about the Romans and their way of life is the purpose of the Latin Club, which is composed of Latin ll students. The club holds its meetings on the last Friday of each month during the class period. Officers for this year's club were: Wayne Peterson and Frank Hochholzer, consuls, and Marian Brown, secre- tary-treasurer. Miss Kiser is the advisor. Christmas parties are held each year, and in the spring of every other year a Latin Banquet is held. At the banquet the Latin ll students portray noblemen and the Latin l students are the slaves. This year no ban- quet was held, but one will be held again next year. SPANISH CLUB On the last Friday of each month, the Spanish class period was devoted to the meeting of the Spanish Club. The president, Janet Schultz, presided at the meet- ings and was assisted by: vice-president Doug Dixon, and secretary-treasurer Kay Carey. Each year the club, under the direction of Miss Kiser, holds a Christmas party according to Spanish customs. ln the spring, the annual picnic is held for all club members. Refreshments are served, games are played and it is a fine conclusion for the year. Row 'l, l. to r.: Joyce Zachow, Nancy Haley, Ruth Aebi, Janet Schultz, Pat Kools, Janet Burr, Shirley Parker, Susan O'Leary, Miss Kiser Row 2: Kay Carey, Marjorie Brezinski, Carol Vogt, Ardis Raisler, Jim Pierce, Ronald Alberts, Douglas Dixon, Bob Gresenz, Tom Murphy Row l, l. to r.: Ellen Evans, Marylyn Ducat, Nancy Meyer, Audrey Pontow, Janet Schultz, Iva Hillegas, Alice Barnes, Barbara Thorson, Janice Neill, Rose Rasmussen, Mary Severson, Pat Bunn Row 2: Janet Burr, Shirley Gullickson, Barbara Fensky, Nan Haley, Audrey Schuette, Cele Nault, Sharon Sommer, Arthur Shepherd, Joanne Schultz, Helen Wickham, Pat Schmidt, Joanne Gorr, Violet Bloom, Lorraine Hoehne, Shirley Griepentrog, Mr. Christoph Row 3: Dick Harwood, Robert De Lapp, Sandra Hatch, Ardyth Roberts, Virginia Kaun, Betty Haldeman, Jackie Fandrey, Ruth Aebi, Ann Pearson, Anita Braun, Larry Larson, Roger Miller Row 4: William Sund, lveaux Andersen, Jim Pierce, George Kreiss, Robert Erb, Rolly Kramer, Jim Pawlowski, Gordon Harper, Frank Jones, Barry Franzen HALL M The regular hall monitors and their substitutes have done excellent work again this year in performing their duties. The responsibilities they have taken have helped make things run more smoothly in the halls of our school. Some of their duties were to supervise the hall traffic during and between classes, to assist and direct O NITORS visitors, see that lockers were locked at all times, aid students who were ill, act as leaders during tire drills, and run errands for the teachers during the day. Juniors and seniors were chosen by Mr. Christoph, their advisor, at the beginning of the year to fill the monitorial posts. Row l, I. to r.: Hazel Mueller, Joyce Olson, Karen Gibson, Barbara Paft, Popp, Ellen Schultz, Bonnie Porath, Caryl Springer, Ruthie Peapenburg Row 2: Mr. Christoph, Nancy Mortensen, Kay Larson, Betty Arndt, Cathy Weinman, Carol Vogt, Beverly Leach, Joan Popp, Sally Fredrick, Mary Wiita, Joyce Robinson, Nancy Schneider, Vida Skifstad, Naomi Sanders, Kay Carey Row 3: Bruce Williams, LeRoy Fenske, Joan Doll, Mary Kalfahs, Kay Carlson, Marvelyn Stuebs, Janet Eake, Jeanette Thomock, Joyce Nelson, Tom Murphy, Roy Krueger, Don Christensen Ardis Raisler, Arlene Sievert, Judy Owen, Darlyne Petersen, Carol Row 4: Tom Fuszard, Bob Gresenx, Bob Eiss, Dave Bouquet, Dave Leaman 81 Row 'l, l. to r.: Darlyne Petersen, Nancy Meyer, Rose Rasmussen, Claudia Koepke, Carla Loehning, Darlene Snell, Mr. Dunwiddie, Kay Christian- son, JoAnn Pasternock, Betty McKinnon, Pat Werling, Shirley Johnson, Danice Beckstrom Row 2: Joan Heigl, Cele Nault, Ardyth Roberts, Joyce Arnold, Peggy Metz, Betty Newton, Barbara Krahlean, Judy Lenz, Judy Thorson, Sherry Spigelberg, Ann Kreiss, Glenace Schaefer, Marge Gehrke, Nancy James Row 3: Donna Abhold, Ruth Aebi, Catherine Farley, Carol Gorgensen, Joyce Kieliszewski, Janet Wismer, Carol Hansen, Betty Haldeman, Anita Braun, Pat Porter, Marcia Pheifer Row 4: Janice Haute, Frances Krueger, Dick McCrory, Harry Miller, Bob Gresenz, Roy Krueger, John Owen, Paul Thomsen, Jean Koller, Ann PEP CLUB The Pep Club, under the direction of Mr. Dunwiddie, is one of the most active organizations in Neenah High School. Each member of the group is obligated to live up to the following aims: Pearson, Joanne Schultz 'l. To support all school activities with enthusiasm. 2. To promote good sportsmanship by example and influence. 3. To promote better relations between Neenah High School and other schools. This year John Owen was elected president, Bob Gresenz, vice-president, Ann Pearson, secretary, and Roy Krueger, treasurer. The Queen and Her Court The Big Bite mmm.. Y -af' wma Norman, Puff, Pearson, Mennes, Hammel, Casperson Stinski, DeBroux, Rohde, Parks 82 Row l, l. to r.: Dawn Mueller, Alice Elwood, Iva Hillegas, Paula Brazeau, Judy Owen, Caryl Springer, Janice Neill, Patricia Muenzel, Carol Schanke, Roberta Stettensen, Susan Chudacoff, Patricia Wieckert, Janice Gullickson Row 21 Susan Severson, Susan Kurtz, Constance Kehl, Sharon Krueger, Sharon Stecker, Joanne Gorr, Helen Wickham, Bonita Porath, Mary Severson, Judy Roberts, Mardee Rohde, Susan O'Leary, Mary Rouse, Gail Traas, Beverly Richardson Row 3: Mary Keating, Emogene Below, Sally Lyon, Judy Frederick, Jody Jorgensen, Judy Kreuter, Judy Parks, Eileen Kerrigan, Mary Kolfahs, Jeanette Thomack, Susan Darling, Marjorie Wicinske, Judy Thermansen, Shirley Parker Row 4: Dick Bartel, Dick Zenisek, John Millar, Faith Quade, Ellen Barnes, Jackie Martiny, Beverly Braun, Sandra Hatch, Diane landskron, Tom Fuszard, Jerry LaFond, Howard Schumacher As in previous years, the Pep Club worked hard in preparing for our Homecoming. At the end of the football season, the boys of their respective classes elected a Queen and her court. Representing the senior class as queen was Ann Pearson: Junior attendants were, Nancy Hammel and Barbara Pali, sophomore attendant, Ann Norman, and Freshman attendant Carol Casperson. Top honors in the Pep Parade went to the senior class, junior class, and Conservation 1 Club. The night was concluded with the burning of the "M". Throughout the year, the Pep Club put on assem- blies for the student body. It is responsible for the beneficial packages sent to Korea and for bus trans- portation during basketball and football seasons. Cooperation of the members has brought about the success of the '53-'54 Pep Club year. l l l Raw l, l. to r.: JoAnn Hammill, Donna Pomrening, Nina Thermansen, Joan Popp, Sally Burr, Mary Ann Faulks, Shirley DeBroka, Barbara Patt, Joyce Zachow, Ruthie Pyott, Shirley Gullickson, Bonita Heinz, Sandra Rouse Row 2: Carol Westfahl, Virginia Pantton, Mary Schulz, Janis Ruthven, Rita Heigl, Ann Norman, Peggy Bunker, Karen Gibson, Janet Borgen, Darlene Hammel, Nancy Onstad, Donna Terrian, Mary Wiita, Barbara Muth, Kay Carey, Rose Schloemer Row 3: Audrey Bull, Alice Barnes, Kay Carlson, Joan Doll, Nancy Mortensen, Beverly Metz, Donna Haldemann, Marilouise Stinski, Mary Julius, Mavis Erdmann, Sandra Petersen, Karen Wennecke, Sandra Zehner Row 4: Judy Malchow, Rolland Kramer, Alvin Beyer, Earl Zachow, Ray Lewis, Douglas Mathison, George Kreiss, Robert Thompson, Edward Wolff, Marian Brown Row T, I. to r.: Rose Schloemer, JoAnn Pierce, Barbara Weigt, Beverly Frakes, Nancy Horn Row 2: Emogene Below, Peggy Bunker, Sandra Hatch, Mariorie Brezinski, Sandra Petersen, Barbara Muth, Barbara Abendroth, Mr, Bunker LIBRARY CLUB As in the past years, the Library Club has again been a service to our school. This year sixteen student librarians worked in the library during their free periods. ln order for a student to work in the library certain qualifications are necessary. A student must maintain a 1.5 grade point average, and must have the knowledge and ambition to work in the library. Some of the duties of the student librarians are: to keep the library in order, to check out books and magazines, and to make all students and the faculty feel that they are free to use the library. Every year two picnics are held and a banquet is held for the seniors. Mr. Bunker is the faculty advisor of the Library Club. USHERS CLUB The Ushers Club was organized in 1944 as a ser- vice for the school. The girls ushered at the football and basketball games and this year they also did some ushering at the Rotary Series. Activities for this year started off by having a weiner roast at Riverside Park. Officers were then elected as follows: Pat Verhagen, president, Arlene Sievert, vice-president, Janet Borgen, secretary, and Beverly Leach, treasurer. - After Mr. Beger left, Mr. Schuknecht became club advisor. Row T, I. to r.: Beverly Leach, Jo Ann Pierce, Elizabeth Leaman, Beverly Richardson, Marlene Allen Row 2: Arlene Sievert, Karen Lange, Pat Verhagen, Mr. Beger, Barb Grygny, Janet Borgen tiki .,,...s....-...M F l Row l, I. fo r.: Shirley Griepentrog, Jackie Martiny, Alice Barnes, Judy Selle Row 2: Morylyn Ducat, Connie Campbell, Janet Wismer, Mr. Spoo, Joanne Gorr, Sally Fredrick PSYCHOMETRY CLUB Psychometry Club is not a club in the regular sense of the word because it does not engage in social activities or elect oFlicers. It is a service club which renders valuable assistance to the Guidance Deport- ment. The duties of the members consist of routine filing, stenographic work, some receptionist work, and other duties which would come under the heading of general oftice work. Ushers Dress for Duty This club has been in existence at Neenah for approximately five years. This year it is headed by Mr. Spoo and Miss Swift. A person must be recom- mended by the business department in the high school in order to become a member. Psychometry Club offers practical business experience - especially for those seeking jobs in the business world after graduation. End of Day for Librarians asses Row l, l. to r.: Marvin Swichtenberg, Robert Elwood, Tom Reuss, JoAnn Hammill, Nancy Fowler, Nancy Collier, Mr. Christoph, Peggy Howe, Margaret Larsen, Mavis Behnke, Becklyn Hilliker, Maurice Skibba, Donald Miller Row 2: Robert Breaker, Donald Tyriver, Margaret Dietz, Joyce Kieliszewski, Judy Larson, Betty Newton, Shirley Perkette, Virginia Albert, Mary Albert, Myron Borchert, Robert Thompson Row 3: Jim Zarnoth, Ronald Babcock, Jim Larsen, Donald Nelson, Faith Quade, Peggy Aggers, Kay Thompson, Jerry Behrens, Jack Land, Allen Roblee, Tom Willarson SAFETY CLUB The Safely Club, organized last year with Mr. Christoph as its advisor, now plays a very important part in promoting safety in our school. Its members were divided into five committees through which the club functions. These included the: School Building Committee, Car and Bike Committee, Grounds Com- mittee, and Traffic Committee. The officers elected to serve this year were: Bob Elwood as president, Faith Quade, vice-president, and Mary Albert as the secretary-treasurer. PROJECTION CLUB The Projection Club, under the direction of Mr. Krause, had thirty-two members and held four group meetings during the year. The members learned how to splice film and to operate the tape recorder, film strip and movie machines, which they operated for teachers during their free periods. Row l, l. to r.: Tom Willarson, Gordon Falck, Dick Martiny, Dorothea Reuss, Judith Zitelman, Jane Boehm, Nancy Johnson, Paul Mortensen, Robert Prindle, Lyle Hart D Row 2, Rolland Kramer, Richard Williams, LeRoy Fenske, Bud Voigtman, Ronald Phelps, Robert Breaker, Lloyd Tesch, Gordon Harper, Ted Klinker Raw 3, Bill Tyriver, Tam Parker, Eugene Tesch, Gary Gall, Robert Delapp, Robert Clark, Tom Molzow, Wayne Hardell, Bull Rather, Jim Pierce, Robert Strauser, Allen Roblee, Myron Borchert, Mr. Krause C A I. E N D A R September October School began, and there was a new crop of "Greenhorns" wandering around in a state of confusion. Naturally, the upper classmen were very helpful. Mr. Mennes and Mr. Borgen welcomed us at our first assembly of the 1953-54 school year. Rules and regulations were discussed, too. As in past years, we played Sheboygan in our first football game at home. Neenah won 20-13. New Trends in Science was the title of Mr. C. E. Jones very interesting assembly. He gave an illustrated and informative talk on the principles of Atomic Energy. Pep Assembly for the Shawano game. Coach Thompson introduced the football team to the student body and gave their positions. The Shawano Indians bowed to the Neenah Rockets, 26-0. That night at the Conservation Club Dance, Doug Frakes was elected Football King. He chose Janet Burr as his Queen. The traditional Big and Little Sister Party was sponsored by the Girls' Senate. The students went to the ballot boxes to choose their leaders for the year. The freshman football team played at Kaukauna. Score - 19 Neenah, 7 Kaukauna. Circus Assembly with chimpanzee that caught the fancy of the student body. Varsity football team traveled to Kaukauna, where they walked off with a 28-6 win. Roosevelt and Neenah Frosh clashed at Appleton, Neenah won, 26-7. Neenah defeated Kimberly 25-0, there. Frosh whipped Kimberly 25-13, here. Hooray, Businessmen and teachers got together, and students got out of school. Student Council elections. Students told about Rotary Luncheon, and code of ethics pamphlets distributed. Freshman played Wilson Jr. High, here. One point loss, 12-13. Pep Assembly. Neenah defeated Clintonville, here, 30-13. "Cheese" was the by-word, as Rocket pictures were taken. Shutters continued to click, and Neenah played Two Rivers, there. Neenah 26, Two Rivers 13. First Assembly Sing of the year. Faculty tea. Seniors went on field trips - very educationalf?1! Neenah washed New London under the bridge, 26-6. Very impressive United Nations program given by Miss Lois Fisher. She cleverly illustrated her talk with cartoons. Seniors awe the underclassmen in suits and heels, as another Career Day proceeded smoothly. Pep Assembly in preparation for the Menasha game. Score 16-14. Just wait 'till next year!! November 17 5-7-A welcome vacation as teachers attended the annual WEA Convention. 11 - American Education Week began. 13 - The first nine weeks came to an end. 14- Conservation Club members enjoyed themselves at their annual party which was held in the gym. 18- Drive for Rocket Subscriptions started, our first set-back - Report Cards! 4 21 -Basketball here. Neenah bowed to Wisconsin 5 Rapids, 64 to 46. 7 23-Thespians gave afternoon matinee of "Seven 8 Keys to Baldpate." B.B. game at Ripon. Neenah 43, Ripon 61. 9 26-27- Much appreciated Thanksgiving vacation. Basketball here: Neenah defeated New London 11 63 to 55. 14 15 December 3- Freshman B.B. with McKinley, there. 4 - B.B. at Menasha. We were defeated, 68 to 51. 8 - Small pox vaccinations were given to the brave ones! Second hour speech class party. 21 9-Mr. Welty serenaded us with his piano playing 18- 19- 16 19 22 Seventh hour speech class presented a solemn Christmas play. Basketball game with Clintonville, here. Neenah 69, Clintonville 53. Record dance followed. Christmas vacation begins! Basketball game with Appleton, there. Neenah defeated, 64 to 47. January School reconvenes. Basketball with Fond du Lac here. Freshman basketball here with Wilson. Basketball game with Kaukauna there. Neenah wins 60 to 54. Basketball with Two Rivers, here. Neenah 67, Two Rivers 56. Freshman basketball with Kaukauna, there. Freshman basketball with Kimberly, here. Basketball game at Kimberly. Neenah 51, Kim- berly 61. G.A.A. dance. Debate tournaments. Teacher's Cooperative Study Groups Freshman basketball with Menasha, there. Basketball New London, there, 54-41 in favor of Neenah. at G 10:00 ADM. Assembly. 25 Freshmen basketball - here. 10- F h B k b H M . R I, h . 27-29- Long awaited Semester Exams!! res men as el G VS ooseve! ere Menasha basketball - here. Neenah bowed to 11 - Basketball. Shawano there. Neenah 54, Shawano 58. 12 - Annual Biology Club party - lots of fun for all! Debate tournament here. 14 - Cub party. 15 - Small pox vaccinations checked. Student Council Tea held. Teacher's Cooperative Study groups. 16- Assembly Sing of Christmas carols and holiday songs. Home Economics classes gave Children's Christmas party. 88 Menasha 41 to 63. Juniors put on their dance of the year. 30-Our debaters traveled to Two Rivers. February 3-4 - Thespians presented their Third Annual Thespian Premier. We also welcomed f?1 our report cards! 5-Basketball here with Shawano. We whipped them 62-51, Senior Record Dance after game. 6 Girls' Senate put on a memorable dance. 9 Teachers' meeting. 10 Smile! Rocket pictures. 12 Clintonville basketball there. They put us in our place, 51-50. 15 Frosh basketball with Kaukauna, here. 16 Teachers congregated for cooperative study. 18 Freshman basketball with Kimberly, there, showed them up 61-37. Conservation Club dance after the game. 20 Basketball at Two Rivers - 62-50, our game. 24 Frosh basketball here with Menasha. 25 Band gave program in 4th hour assembly. Stu- dents honored at Rotary Luncheon. 26 Basketball here with Kimberly. We showed them up 59-58. 27 Sophomores put on class dance. 28 - Band concert given at 2:30. March 2-Assembly, motion picture lecture by Joswick. 3-5 - Basketball Regional tournament - Neenah eliminated in the second round. 8 - TB test clinic QTB or not TBD 10 - TB test read 16- Dismissed at 3:00 - teachers' cooperative study groups. 22-23 -Thespians present the "Hasty Heart". A ster- ling performance!!! 30-Senior Girls have dinner for their mothers. 31 - Excellent program given by Stout Singers. April 1- 7.. Assembly with Mr. Corgen presenting time-lapse photography and lecture on flowers. Report cards issued - to some an early spring and to others a late fall. 8 - Another Rotary luncheon for honor students. 9-Spring Vacation started - came too slow and went too fast. 20-Whoopee - school starts and teachers have another cooperative study. 21 -Jack sisters assembly - they should have had an encore!! 24- Freshmen put on dance with theme of "April in Paris." May 6 - Val Lauder assembly at 1 P.M. 8 - The highlights of the year for the upperclassmen, as the Prom was a big success. Quite a night!!! 15-Conference Track meet. Students cheer N.H.S. Track Champions. 19 - Juniors and sophomores have dinner for the girls. Sponsored by Girls' Senate. 22 - Sectional Track Meet June 1- Big day for the students, Awards Day, and the honors are passed out. 2- Home Economics Style Show - quite a knock- out!!! 3-4- Seniors really study for their exams! !?1 6- 7-8 9- 10- 11- Baccalaureate. A memorable beginning for grad- uation activities. -Freshmen, sophomores and iuniors get their chance to show their ability, as they have exams. Commencement. The capped and gowned seniors receive their diplomas and well wishes in a beautiful Graduation program. Final Rotary Luncheon of the year. The last day! For the underclassmen vacation, for the graduates, the beginning. ii STUDENT INDEX A Abel, Alexander 15 , 27, 42, 44, 45, 53, 55, 63, 69, 78 Abendroth, Barbara 34, 35, 42, 57, 76, 78 79, 84 Abhold, Donna 31, 73, 82 Achterberg, David 38, 39, 47 Aebi, Ruth 15, 77, 80, 81, 82 Aggers, Natalie 31, 68, 86 Albert, Mary 35, 61, 71, 75, 86 Albert, Virginia 39, 61, 65, 70, 75 Alberts, Bruce 15 Alberts, Ronald 35, 46, 80 Alesch, Daniel 39, 60 Alferi, Joan 35, 70, 76 Alfertig, Gib 35, 76 Alfertig, Judy 39 Allen, Marlene 15, 42, 84 Alsteen, Clem 39 Alsteen, Cleo 39, 73 Andersen, lveoux 31, 44, 48, 53, 60, 79, 80, 81 Andersen, Kenneth 39 Anderson, Carol 31 5, 71, 74 Anderson, Jacqueline 31, 42, 57, 6 Angell, Donald 39, 71 Angell, Eugene 31, 46, 54, 71, 80 Armatoski, Edward 30, 31, 42, 78 Arndt, Betty 15, 65, 66, 75, 81 Arndt, Richard 31, 72 Arndt, Ronald 35 Arnemann, Arthur 39 Arnemann, Charles 39, 72 Arnold, Joyce 31, 73, 77, 82 Arnold, Kenneth 39 B Babbitts, Leslie 31, 72 Babcock, Ronald 35, 72, 86 Backman, Robert 35 Baer, Thomas 15 Balthazor, Gale 35 Bannach, Bernice 39, 73 Barnes, Alica 15, 42, Barnes, Ellen 31, 56, , Barnstable, David 35, 76 Barnstable, Richard 35, 75 Barnstable, Robert 39, 76 60, 65, 70, 79, 83, 85 81 83 Barr, Jerry 15, 44, 45, 53, 77 Bartes, Richard 15 Bartel, Richard 14, 15, 27, 62, 63, 64, 70 75, 83 Bartlein, Barbara 31, 76 Bartlein, Bernard 31 Bartlein, Bruce 39 Baster, Deidrick 35 Beach, Carol 35, 57, 73, 74 Beckstrom, Danice 35, 73, 82 Bednarowski, David 39 Beger, Robert 35, 72 Behnke, Marvis 35, 73, 74, 75, 86 Behrens, Jerry 35, 86 Beimborn, Marlene 31, 42, 73, 75, 76 Belanger, Jerry 34, 35, 68, 80 Bellock, Richard 39, 47, 51, 75, 77 Below, Emogene 35, 57, 65, 71, 75, 83, 84, 85 Benedict, Edward 35, 46 Beyer, Alvin 15, 54, 83 Beyer, Beverly 35, 56, 73 Biolo, Alex 15, 27, 48, 49, 52 Birling, Joseph 15, 27, 53 The "Rocket" sincerely thanks the following subscribers for generously contributing full page subscriptions: BERGSTROM PAPER COMPANY KIMBERLY CLARK CORPORATION Birmingham, Carol 35, 73 Bisil, Bruce 35 Bloney, Dixie 38 Blank, LeeRay 31, 74 Blenker, Robert 35, 46, 76 Bloom, Violet 15, 81 Boehm, James 15, 64, 74 Boehm, Jane 38, 39, 57, 73, 77, 86 Boelter Mary Jane 39, 56, 73 Bollerman, Elaine 39 Borchert, Myron 16, 27, 60 Borgen, Janet 31, 42, 62, 69, 78, 85 Bork, Donna 34, 35, 60, 65, 76 Bork, Richard 38, 39 Bouquet, David 16, 27, 42, 44, 45, 60, 63, 75, B9 Bouquet, Lawrence 39, 65, 68, 75, 81, 89 Boushley, Darlene 27, 31, 73 Boushley, Mary 16, 27, 67, 73, 79 Boushley, Raymond 31 Bramer, Gilvert 39 Brandt, Janice 39, 57, 76 Braun, Anita 16, 27, 42, 56, 61, 66, 68, 81, 82 Braun, Beverly 16, 27, 42, 57, 60, 61, 62, 64, 72, 75, 83 Braun, Wesley 39 Brazeau, Paula 14, 16, 27, 42, 56, 60, 62, 65 66, 68, 69, 75, 77, 78, 83, 89 Breaker, Robert 39, 74, 86 Brezinski, Margie 31, 74, 78, 80, 84, 85 Bridges, Marjorie 28, 39, 57 Brockman, Carlton 35, 76 Brooks, Lorraine 16, 66, 71 Brown, David 16, 27, 42, 53, 60, 76, 78 Brown, Marian 31, 42, 60, 61, 65, 66, 77, 80, 83 Bruce, Alice 39, 56, 73 Buchanan, Mary 35, 68 Buchanan, William 35, 60, 72, 76 Bull, Audrey 35, 68, 72, 75, 76, 83 Bunker, Margaret 34, 35, 57, 65, 75, 76, 83 84, 85 Bunn, Bernard 39 Bunn, Joan 31, 74 Bunn, Patricia 16, 74, 81 Burnside, Margaret 39, 79 90 Burr, Janet 16, 27, 42, 56, 64, 66, 76, 80, 81 Burr, Richard 16, 76 Burr, Sally 31, 56, 75, 76, 83 Buser, Ronald 34, 35, 76 Buss, Carol 39, 56 C Campbell, Constance 16, 75, 85 Card, James 16, 67 Card, Thomas 35 Carey,:3ayBg6, 56, 64, 66, 69, 75, 80, 81, Carlson, Kay 16, 65, 67, 75, 81, 83 Case, Bonnie 39, 42, 57, 74 Case, Casey 35 Case, Dale 17, 53, 77 Casperson, Carol 38, 39, 41, 42, 57, 79, 82 Casperson, Walter 35 Christensen, Donald 31, 78, 81 Christensen, Kay 38, 39, 73, 82 Christensen, Kay Carol 39, 56 Christopher, Barbara 31, 42, 68, 78 Christopher, Larry 17, 27 Chudacott, Susan 35, 61, 65, 76, 83 following subscribers for Cihlar, Joyce 35 Ciske, Edward 39, 47, 51 Clark, Joan 35 Clark, Robert 39, 55, 73, 74, 86 Clough, Herschel 35 Clow, Carol 39, 57, 77 Cochrane, Ned 31, 74 Coenen, Jim 35 Cole. LeRoy 39, 72 Cole, Wayne I7 Collier, Nancy 39, 86 Collins, Janice 39 Courtney, David 35, 46 Courtney, Gwendolyn 39, 57 Cowling, Richard 17, 66, 67 Coyle, James 31, 53, 78 Crawford, Colleen 39, 73 Crawford, Josephine 31, 75 Cummings, Barbara 35, 57, 71, 77 D Dahl, Bernard 35, 74, 75 Darling, Susan 66, 73, 76, 83 Davis, Bruce 17, 53, 71, 75 Davis Dennis 39, 41, 42, 43, 51, 60, 71, 76 DeBraal, Donald 39 DeBraka, Shirley 31, 42, 56, 58, 77, 83 DeKeyser, Evelyn 35 DeKeyser, Robert 34, 39 DeKeyser, William 35, 77 neu-pp, Robert 17, 62, aa, si, ae, as Delapp, William 35, 46 Deutsch, Peter 35, 74 Diedrick, William 39, 47, 77 Dietz, Margaret 38, 39, 73, 86 Dixon, Donald 39, 47, 77, 88 Dixon, Douglas 35, 66, 77, 80 Djupstrom, l.eRoy 35, 72 Doerin Patricia 31 Doll, Jgan 17, 27, 42, 56, 65, 70, 75, 81, 83 Dombrowski, David 31 Dommer, Shirley 31, 73 Dordel, David 39 Dordel, Harold 17 Dordel, Mary 31 Dowe, Betty 39, 57, 61, 73 Dowling, Susan 31 ADVERTISERS Drace, Charles 35 Draves, Charles 31 Drew, Elizabeth 39, 68 Driscoll, Daniel 31, 46 DuBois, Richard 27, 38, 39, 74, 75 Ducat, Marilyn 17, 58, 75, 81, 85 E Eake, Gloria 31, 73, 75 Eake Jean 31, 73, 75, 77, Eake, Janet 17, 75, 81 Ehlers, Judith 35 Ehlke, Vernon 31 Eiss, Robert 31, 42, 44, 48, 63, 80, 81 Elliot, Mary 35, 57, 73 Elmer, Donald 31, 71, 73 Elmer, Donna 31 Elmer, Floyd 35 Elwood, Alice 39, 83 Elwood, Robert 17, 78, 79, 86 Ely, John 39 Erb, Robert 17, 81, 89 Erdmann, Mavis 31, 42, 65, 66, 76, 77, 80, 83 Evans, Ellen 17, 81 The "Rocket" sincerely thanks the generously contributing full page subscriptions: MARATHON CORPORATION NEENAH PAPER COMPANY Evans, Judy 39 Evans, Ronald 38, 39, 77 F Fahrenkrug, Tom 38, 39, 47, 51 Falch, Nancy 39, 73 Falck, Curtis 17 Falck, Gordon 30, 31, 78, 86 Falck, Marcia 35, 68 Fandrey, Jackie 17, 66, 67, 75 Fandrey, Joan 31, 75, 76, 81 Fara, Mary Jane 38, 39, 61, 73, 77 55, 79 Frakes, Paul 18, 69, 71 Francart, Robert 18 Francart, Judy 35, 42, 73 Frank, Robert 39, 74, 77 Franzen Barry 18 27 42 48 , 1 I , , 49, Frederick, Judy 39, 57, 65, 76, 83 Fredrich, Sally 18, 56, 76, 81, 85 Freund, Doug 35, 46 Fuszard, Thomas 31, 65, 81, 83 Farley, Faulks, Faulks, Fenske, Fensky, Fischer, Fischer, Catherine 39, 77 Jerome 31 Mary 30, 31, 57, 83 leRoy 31, 81, 86 Barbara 18, 74, 77, 81 Kenneth 31 Roy 39 G Gall, Gary 39, 86 Garlock, Joel 39, 68, 75 Gau er 9 I Gehrke, Genett, Genett, Gerold, Flesch, William 35, 76 Forsythe, Barbara 31, 70 Fowler, Nanc 39, 68, 71, 75, 86 Frakes, Beverlly 27, 35, 57, 61, 65, 76, 78, 84 Frakes, Douglas 14, 18, 27, 42, 44, 45, 48, 49, Gerrits, Gibson, Giebel, Gibson, Gibson, Walter 34, 35, 46 Marjorie 18, 61, 75, 77, 8 Edward 35 Shirley 35 Rollin 35 Ray 35, 77 Burt 35 Duane 35 Karen 31, 81, 83 leo 31 91 52, 81 2 Goetz, Bernice 31, 77 Gohlke, Evelyn 31 Gorgenson, Carol 39, 73, 75, 76, 82 Gorges, Nancy 35, 71 Garr, Joanne 18, 56, 66, 75, 76, 81, 83, 85 Graham, Alberta 35, 72, 75, 76 Graham, Robert 39, 68, 72, 75 Gregory, Ronald 35, 54 Grempel, Marla 39, 76 Gresenz, Robert 18, 42, 52, 55, 60, 65, 66, 77, 80, 81, 82 Griepentrog, Gerald 35 Griepentrog, Shirley 18, 74, 81, 85 Grundy, Eugene 35 Grundy, Ralgh 31 Grunska, Ro ert 34, 35, 42, 46, 76 Grunske, Alvin 31 Grygny, Barbara 31, 75, 76, 84 Gullickson, Janice 38, 39, 77, 83 Gullickson, Shirley 18, 57, 81, 83 H Haber, Gerald 18, 42 Haber, James 39, 47 STUDENT INDEX Haber, Judy 35, 70, 75 Haley, Nancy 18, 63, 65, 75, 80, 81, 88 Haldemann, Betty 18, 56, 76, 81, 82 Holdemann, Donna 31, 57, 77, 83 Halle, Alden 39, 47 Halle, Mildred 31, 80 Halverson, Peder 39, 47, 71 Halverson, Ruth 31, 61, 66, 68, 71, 74, 80 Hammel, Darlene 35, 83 Hammel, Nancy 30, 31, 42, 56, 58, 76, 82 Hammill, JoAnn 35, 73, 83, 86 Hammill, John 39, 72, 76 Hondyside, Mary 38, 39, 74 Hansen, Carol 31, 75, 82 Hansen, Mary 39 Hansen, Neil 35 Hardell, Wayne 31, 42, 86 Harness, Donald 18, 77 Hartzheim, Theodore 35, 73, 74 Harwood, Richard 31, 75, 81 Hatch, Sandra 19, 66, 67, 75, 78, 81, 83, 84 Haufe, Gene 31 Haute, Janice 35, 82 Heider, Mauureen 35, 73 Heider, Randall 35 Heigl, Joan 19, 27, 42, 56, 77, 82 Heigl, Rita 34, 35, 57, 77, 83 Heinz, Bonnie 35, 73, 83 Heinzkill, Robert 35, 80 Hesselman, John 31, 77, 78 Hildebrand, Philip 39, 71, 75, 77 Hillegas, Iva 19, 27, 62, 65, 69, 81, 83 Hilliker, Becklyn 35, 76, B6 Hintz, Gloria 31, 73, 79 Hobart, James 39, 72, 74 Hochholzer, Franklin 31, 33, 46, 53, 66, 75 Hopkins, Jon 35, 66, 69 Hoppe, Clifford 30, 32, 44, 45, 48, 49, 54 78 Horn, Nancy 35, 56, 69, 71, 76, 78, 84, 85 Houg, Martin 32 Howe, Peggy 39, 56, 61, 71, 75, 86 Hrubecky, Fred 32, 42, 44, 50, 60, 63, 65 69, 78 Hrubesky, Peter 39, 51 Hutchins, Charles 32, 42, 44, 48, 74, 79, 80 I Ihde, Rufus 32, 42, 44, 45, 48, 49, 54 .I Jahns, Nancy 39, 56 Johns, Suzannee 35, 42, 57, 75, 76 James, Nancy 35, 57, 70, 82 Jankowski, Carl 19, 53, 60, 77 Harper, Carol :49, 56, 73 78, 79, so j"",'f!"Sf fuvbgg 335 745 Harper, crardarr 19, 27, 55, ez, 64, 79, 74, 75 Haabaa, Lorraine 19, 75, ai, 89 Jj2s:'f'C:::, 35 ' 81, 86 Hoffman, David 39, 47, 51, 71, 75, 77 Jenseni Daryl 34, 35' 42, 44' 46, 76 Hart, Lyle 31, 63, B6 Holcombe, James 31 Jensen, Lee 35, 75 Hart, Thomas 19 Holz, Roy 35, 76 Jensen, Nona, 32 Johnson The "Rocket" sincerely thanks the following subscribers for generously contributing full page subscriptions: NORTHWESTERN ENGRAVING COMPANY ZERNICKE STUDIO Jensen, Thomas 32, 76 70, 75, 77, 81, 83 Kleisfr Anite 351 73, 79 Johnson, Arthur 67 Kallin, William 32, 76 Klinker, Ted 40, 74, B6 Johnson, Camille 19, 71, 75 Kasten, John 32 Klitske, Donald 20, 77 Johnson, Donald 36, 46 Kaufman, Nancy 30, 32, 42, 76, 79 Koehn, Ruth Ann 32, 73, 80 Johnson, Howard 19, 44, 45, 48, 49, 60, 88 Kaun, Virginia 19, 81 Koepke, Claudia 36, 74, 76, 82 Johnson, Larry 39 Keating, Mary 36, 57, 69, 72, 83 Kofler, Jean 36, 74, 82 Johnson, lawerence 32 Keberlein, Betty 32, 73 Koerner, Ronald 32 jghngqn, Nancy 32, 86 Kehl, Connie 38, 40, 57, 83 Kofler, John 40, 76 jghmgn, Pat 38, 39 Kellet, Robert 19, 42, 67 Kools, Patricia 20, 80 Johnson, Ronald 34, 36, 46, 50, 77 Kelly, Terry 36, 44, 50, 54 Kosloske, Jock 40, 51, 74 Shirley 73, 82 Jones, Fiank 19, 53, 79, 81 Jones, Robert 32, 77 Jones, William 32 Jorgensen, Jody 38, 39, 42, 57, 75, 76, 79, 83 Judd, Donald 36 Juliot, Patsy 39, 56, 61, 73, 76 Juluis, Jerry 40, 72 Juluis, Mary 32, 57, 77, 83 Julius, Sandra 40 Jury, Shirley 32, 73 K Kalfahs, Mary 19, 27, 42, 56, 62, 65, 66, 69, Kemps, Paul 36 Kerrigan, Eileen 40, 57, 83 Kerrigan, Robert 32, 42, 44, 50, 52, 69 Kessler, Mary 38, 40, 61 Kessler, Richard 32, 80 Kettner, Clyde 40, 47, 72 Keiliszewski, Joyce 40, 82, 86 Kiesow, Ralph 19, 27, 42, 48, 49, 54, 66, 67, 78, 88 Kimball, Leland 36 Kirchgeorg, Mary 40, 61, 68 Klassen, Eugene 20 Klavetter, William 32, 42, 44, 54, 77 92 Krablean, Barbara 36, 56, 76, B2 Kramer, Rollin 20, 54, 76, 81, 83, 86 Kraus, Beverly 36, 73 Krause, Karen 40 Krause, Norman 36 Kreiss, Ann 38, 40, 41, 77, 78, 82 Kreiss, George 20, 27, 42, 53, 81, 83, 89 Krenger, Rachel 36, 61, 73 Kress, Tom 34, 36, 37, 42, 46, 50, 63, 76 Krauter, Judy 40, 57, 79, 83 Kronberg, Donald 40 Krueger, Frances 32, 82 Krueger, James 20, 27, 63 Krueger, John 40, 51 Krueger, Sharon 36, 57, 76, 83 Krueger, Roy 20, 27, 42, 44, 45, 54, 55, 60, 75, 76, 81, 82 Kruse, Ruthann 32, 73, 74, 76, 82 Kuchenbecker, Alfred 32, 77 Kuchenbecker, Donald 40, 71, 77 Kuehl, Thomas 40, 41, 42, 47, 51, 76 Kuehnl, Nancy 40, 73, 77 Kuether, JoAnn 36, 73 Kuhr, Ronald 36, 46 Kurtz, Paul 40, 51, 71, 76 Kurtz, Susan 36, 70, 76, 83 Kyle, Larry 20, 55, 77 L LaFond, Jerry 32, 42, 76, 83 Lamb, Ralph 32, 54 land, Jack 20, 66, 67, 86 Landig, Susan 36, 56, 58, 76 Landskron, Diane 34, 36, 57, 71, B3 Lange, Dorothy 40, 74, 77 Lange, Karen 32, 42, 75, 76, 78, 84, 85 Larsen, James 20, 86 Larsen, Margaret 36, 71, 86 Larson Larson , Barbara 40, 57, 76 Judith M. 34, 36, 86 Larson: Judith 40, sa, 76 Larson Larson , Kay 32, 74, 81 Larry 32, 77, B1 Larsoni Pei zo, 73, 74 La Rue, LaRue, LaRue, Laurse Lavonne 32 Renita 40, 73 Rodney 36, 46 n, Patricia 36, 73 Lauson Mary 36, 73 Leach, Beverly 32, 73, 77, 81, B4 Leamargo Dgyid 32, 42, 52, 62, 68, 69, 74, Leaman, Elizabeth 36, 42, 73, 76, 78, 84, B5 Lehl, Janice 40 LeMay, Mary 40 Lemke, Lorraine 36 Lenz, Judith 36, 73, 82 Levitt, Frances 32, 65, 73, 74 Lewis, Raymond 20, 27, 42, 69, 71, 83 Llewellyn, John 20, 77 ADVERTISERS Loehning, Carla 36, 74, 76, 82 Losse, Donald 40 Lasse, William 40, 47, 51, 71 Lund, Jerry 36, 65, 76 Lyon, Sal Mahoney ly 36, 56, 76, 83 M Alice 32, 70 Malchow, Gary 32 Malchow, Judith 36, 73, 83 Malchow, Kenneth 20, 44, 45 Malchos, Thomas 30, 32, 42, 44, 45, 48, 49, , 63, 87, 88 Manteufel, Bob 36, 77 Marmes, Monica 36, 70, 79 Marquardt, Grace 40 Marsh, Shirley 20, 63, 74 Martin, Dale 30, 32, 42, 44 Martiny, Martiny, Dick 36, 44, 48, 60, 75, 77, 86 Jacklyn 21, 27, 56, 65, 75, 83, 85 Marty, Estelle 32, 57, 60, 65, 66, 70, 75 Marty, Sherman 34, 36, 69 Mathewson, Margaret 36, 73, 74 Mathison, Douglas 21, 53, 55, 77, 83 Half page subscriptions were generously 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77, 78, 82 Miller 55, 65, 74, Miller, James 32 Miller, Lyle 40, 68, 76 Mangan, Gary 32, 77 Moody, Maxine 38, 40, 76 Mortensen, Gordon 36, 46, 50, 52, 71, 77, 89 Mortensen, Nancy 21, 27, 42, 56, 60, 61, 62, 65, 66, 70, 75, 81, 83, 89 Mortensen, Paul 40, 75, 86 Mucha, Robert 40 Mueller, Dawn 40, 61, 77, 83 Mueller, Hazel 21, 75, 76, 81 Mueller, Jacqueline 36, 42, 56, 75, 76 Mueller, Janet 36, 60, 61, 75 Muenzel, Patricia 21, 74 Murphy, Tom 30, 32, 42, 44, 60, 65, 75, 80, 81 Muth, Barbara 32, 42, 57, 77, 83, 84 N Nault, Cecile 21, 60, 62, 64, 78, 81 Neill, Janice 22, 65, 77, 81, 82, 93 93 Neubauuer, Robert 30, 32, 69, 77, 80 Newton, Elizabeth 73, 75, 76, 80, 82, 86 Nielsen, Donna 22, 27, 66, 73 Nielsen, Kay 36, 73, 75, 76 Norman, Ann 36, 42, 56, 76, 82, 83 O O'Leary, Susan 30, 32, 42, 57, 76, 80, 83 Olson, Ellen 40 Olson, Joyce 22, 75, 81 Olson, Judy 40, 57, 77 Olson, Lyle 22, 42, 44, 45, 53, 55, 77 Onstad, Nancy 32, 61, 75, 83 Otis, Gloria 32, 66, 76 Otto, Nancy 22 Owen, John 22, 27, 42, 44, 45, 48, 49, 54, 55, 62, 82 STUDENT INDEX Owen, Judith 22, 27, 42, 56, 65, 66, 68, 77, 81, 83 P Patt, Barbara 32, 33, 42, 56, 58, 65, 81 Page, Carol 36, 73, 74, 76 Page, Judith 36, 37, 42, 76 Pagel, Kenneth 40, 47, 72, 75, 76 Pohlow, Ronald 40 Palmbach, Francis 36 Pansch, Robert 32, 42, 53, 63, 78 Pantton, Virginia 36, 68, 76, 83 Parker, Shirley 22, 72, 80, 83 Parker, Suzanne 22, 27, 73, 79 Parker, Thomas 30, 42, 50, 52, 78, 86 Parks, Geraldine 38, 42, 61, 71, 75, 83 Parrish, Robert 22, 32 Parrish, James 30, 42, 44, 53 Parrot, Robert 22, 44, 53 Pasternock, JoAann 36, 74, 82 Patterson, Susan 40, 56, 70 Patton, Diane 36, 75, 76 Paul, Audrey 36, 56, 58 Paul, Bill 40, 47, 72, 75 , 82, 83 Paulson, Donald 22, 77 Paulson, Mary Ann 34, 36 Pawlowski, James 32, 81 Payne, Shirley 40, 56, 77 Pearson, Ann 22, 27, 42, 56, 63, 65, 66, 72, 75, 77, 81, 82 Peapenburg, Ruth 32, 76, 81 Peck, David 40, 77 Petersen, Sandra 36, 57, 70, 83, 84, 85 Petersen, David 32, 33, 42, 71, 75, 79 Petersen, Darlyne 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