Neenah High School - Rocket Yearbook (Neenah, WI)

 - Class of 1955

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NIIN XII XX ISCUNS N 'NJIINAH IIICLII SCIIIOUI FOREWORD Through these pages we shall m the future recall the pleasant actnvmes of the four most wonderful years of our llves The plctures of these bulldmgs shall always brmg those happy recollectlons whlch become more preuous wlrh the years 7 NEENAH CITY COUNCIL Sealed Aldermen G Runde C Blank D Luebke L Hedberg W Peterson Mayor C Loehnmg sldlldlilg Cnty Clerk R Hauser Aldermen B Spafford I Stllp DEDICATION XVe the students of Neenah Hngh School wxsh to express our thanks and apprecxanon for your support of the Neenah educanonal program We know you have gnven many hours of your personal ume nn gomg over educauonal plans and budgets 'lherefore we feel lf most hrtmg to dedxcate the 1953 ROCKVI to you the Neenah Cxty Councxl 3 : : . , ,. , . , . , . 3 ' . ' . ' : . . Q : . . . ' , L. johnson, W. Sanders, E. Page. 9 I l . . Y . . , ' ' , I ' I , . 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'S Y 0 ADM1N1sTRAT1oN IN MEMORIAM 195+ the cheerful personallty of Mlss Mexer xx as 1 guxdlnf., nnfluence on the lux es of mam Neenah Students She gave wholeheartedly of herself to student problems and to school llfe Mlss Meyer vull long, be remembered not onlx as an outstfindmg., Engllsh teacher and former Racke! xdusor but also as a cherlshed frxend IN MEMORIAM On ulx 18 l95l Mr Hruheeky a memb r of the Neenah School Board for txxelxe xears sn as called from our midst He gate to the Neenah chools and to the Neenah students unselhshly of his time h1s lenowledgbe and his ablllty If llfe be measured ln contrlbutxons to fellovs man then Ceor5.,e Hrubeckx was 1 sueeessful and happw man . , ,, , 5 , , g I, , , , 2 Q "Y ' . For twenty-five years until May 25, My I . . 7 . A I 'l r V l I sl A V' 7 A, . 1 . 7 . j I 2 1.x Q I - K- 2 ' Q? W6- BOARD OF EDUCATION Mr Molzow Mrs Mcfonncll Dr u1dL Mr Sund Mrs 'lollcrtc Mr Honhholgcr Mr Mortensen bUPFRINTFNDI-N'l OF NPHNAH PUBLIC SC'HOOLb MR HAROLD B Nil-NINP9 7 . ' ', . . , .Q. -, . , . -, . , . . . - .., . . . ,. . .x .1 .. PRINCIPAL OF NEENAH HIGH SCHOOL MR CHRISTOPH Dean 0 Boy: MR HARLEY O BORGEN MR SPOO Guidance Dzrectoa 1 8 MISS GRIFFVIHS Dean 0 Gzrlv ENGLISH DEPAR IMENT Mr Harrns Fnglzvh Speech Mr Thompson Enqlzsh M1ss Broetzman English M155 Krser Latm Spamsh Mnss Mernck Fnglzsh Miss Young Fnglfsh Mrss Peter on Fnglzsh SCIENCE Mr. Krause - Ch6llll5ll"1', Physics Mr. Gundlach - Biology Mr. Christoph - General Science Mr. Braun - General Math, General Science SOCIAL STUDIES Miss Grlffxths Social Pvohlems Mlss Hughes W ofld Hzstou Mr Poulton Ceogmpha Specml Classes Mr DLIHWICICIIC Social Problems Mr Schuknecht Amencan Hzstom World Hzstou Mr Wxllnams Amerrcan HISIOI1 Mr Thom Cnrcs Mr Spoo Cnzcs INDUSTRIAL ARTS Mr Zemsek Dru tmg Geneaal Shop Machzne Shop Mr Poellmger Ceneral Shop Pnntmg Mr Gerhard: Ccnenzl Shop ll oodu 0Ikl71KL MATHEMATICS Miss Raine -Algebra. General Mathematics Mr. Shepard-Advanced Algebra. Geometr-1', '1'I'igfl7l0NI6fl',j' COMMERCIAL Miss Burgdorff O zce Pfactzce Shorthand Tipzngg Miss Cumming Buvnzevs I'mm1nq T1pzn4g Mr Petersen Booleleecpmgg Business Iau Burmese fmnzmg . . - lf, , l Miss Swift - Shorthand, Typing 1. - H. I V. ' -10.. MUSIC Mr Mans Band Mlss Roper Chou H'-it Mr Bunker Lzbfauan Mr Beck Art Mxss Gullxckson Home Economzcs A1155 Cormsh Speech Couectzomst 'mai' PHYSICAL EDUCATION Mr Porter Mr orgenscn Miss I-Iaasc MR I' C BRIFN GENERAL OFFILF SI All Mr Br1Ln IS rcsponslble for pur chasing the supplxes needed for mamtaxnmg all the school bulld IDRS Under hns SLIPCIWISIOD IS the entnrc munrcnxncc personnel staff Mrs lxruegcr scereury to Mr Borgen Mnss Belscnstcm scgrctxry to Mr Menncs Mrs Faulks secretary to Mnss Wlllxts Mnss Patzel payroll clerk 'md M155 Mulvcy payroll clerk 12 I A 'AK' . - n n L - - ' z' ' z ' . . Slzjzcrrisor of School Propcrtic'.c '. ' ' , ' 1 . 3 ' ' ' , ' 2 . .3 I , 5 . . . Q . , I ,Q I . 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IN 4 Q' OUR NEW ADDITION In September we occupned 1 new tddntxon to our school It certaxnly SHIISHCS a long dW11lfeLl and needed requxrement for more space ln the hlgh school 'lhe blllldlflg IS planned and desxgned to meet the needs of the present and future h1gh school students The new academlc classroom addmon IS a two story buxldlng set about seventy five feet west of the exnstlng buxldmg and connected to xt by A low, glass enclosed pas sageway The buxldmg contanns five busmess educanon class rooms, enght classrooms for academlc studles, two sunts of three rooms each for conferences and counselmg and one large actluty room for group meetnngs such as school clubs PTA groups and teachers meetmgs In tvso locatxons, foldnng partmons are provlded between two typlcal classrooms to permnt greater flexxbnhty of use lhose large spaces may serve as study h nlls or may be used for large classes or meetmgs An open feelmg throughout the bunldnng has been cre ated by the use of glass nn the upper part of the walls between classrooms and corr1dors The major structure of the buxldmg IS a SCFICS of concrete columns and beams wh1ch are exposed and clearly expressed throughout There are approxnmately 71 U00 square feet of floor area nn the bulld mg The thirteen classrooms xccommodatc approvumately 390 puplls wnth xddltxontl numbcrs usmg the conference rooms md thc ncnuty room 11- 2 2 . 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V V . . ,, , 2 . ..., - ' ' . t ,,. , ' . r z L , . 1 2 ', , ' -f .1-'f' , A L . 1 X GRADUATES SENIOR CLASS HISTORY September 7 1951 m nrlted the beginning of our four exciting and wonderful years at Neenah High School Under the careful gutdance of our advisor Mr Beger we conducted our first class elections We 1 3 3 elected Bob Kerrngan Prestdent Rufus Ihde Vtce President Shirley DeBroka Secretary and Marian Brown Treasurer 'lhe Girls Senate Board was elected and our representatn es were Susan O Leary Barbara Paff Beverly Metz Karen Lange and oan Popp The girls had a wonderful time getting acquainted with the upper classmen at the Big and Little Sister Party held tn the auditorium September 19 A few weeks later we entertained our mothers at the Mother Daughter Tea 'lhe boys elected Nancy Mtckelson as our Homecoming attendant that year As the girls were yotntng more acttvtttes the boys were out wmntng games tn footblll and basketball and placing high tn our conference sports Mr Dunwtddte Hrubecky OLeary l-alck ncrcc We began our sophomore year wtth a new advisor vsho was to remain with us through the rest of our high school career Mr Beger moved so Mr Dunwtddte took over his job Our class officers were lom Murphy President Vmce Sprtnger Vice President Barbarx Schtebler Secret iry 1nd Bev Metz Treasurer Mardee Rohde was chosen to be our homecoming attendant Mary Jultus Nancy Kaufman Carol Vogt Marvelyn Stuebs and Mary W11ta were elected to the Girls Senate Board This year our class started to raise money by having cookie sales which were very success ful May 19 we had our umor Sophomore night Our junior year was a very busv year We started off by electing Franklin Hochholzer Presndent Dave Petersen Vice President Ruthie Pyott Secretary and Barbara Pali' Treasurer Marian Brown Mary Sttnskt Ruth Halverson Nancy Onstad and Nina Thermansen were chosen for the Girls Senate Board This year our float placed second tn the homecoming parade We had a big shoe wtth the slogan We ll Walk All Over Menasha Barbtra Piff and Nancy Hammel were co attendants We watched our team tie for first place Again we had our popular cookie sales for raising money for our prom which was held May 8 Paula Brazeau and Dick Bartel reigned over Mtdmght Moon Tony Winters furnished the music Four classmates were elected to the National Honor Society Beth Zabel Mary Wuta Janet Borgen and Dave Leaman Mary Wuta also went to Badger Girls State 'Iom Malchow Bill Sund and Dave lea man attended Badger Boys State We began our last year with the idea that we would accomplish as much as we could and get as much as possible out of every day of school Leading our class was Fred Hrubecky President Gordon Falclt Vice President Susan OI.eary Secretary and 1m Pterce 'lreasurer Our float placed second nn the homecoming parade and Ruthie Pyott reigned as queen Our football team won the championship for the first time m the history of Neenah High School Nancy Hammel Yvonne Nwollerman jackie Anderson Bernice Goetz and Gloria Hnntz were members Girls Senate Career Day October 27 found all of us thtnkmg about our future md planning what to do We held our dance February 18 Elected to the National Honor Society 1n our senior year werc Marmn Brown Mans lrdmann Bar bara Paff Carol Vogt and Bill Sund May 7 Fred Hrubecky and Barbara Muth reigned at the prom Our four years it N H S ended une 8 when we received our diplomas and graduated 16- Q. fy' - ' n . . l . , , 4 L, . - . 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Forensicsl GAA l 2 7: 4 Girls Senate Vice President 4 Pep Band 2 S Psychometry Club 4 Rocket Staff 5 Business Manager 4 Ushers Club I FUGENE ANGELL Eu B nd 1 2 5 Baseball l 7 3 4 Basketball l 2 5 Football 1 5 4 Intramurals 1 2 5 4 Latin Club 5 Pep Band 2 Track I EDWARD ARMATOSKI Eddie Hall Monitor 4 Intra murals 7 Propectiomsts 4 Rocket Staff 5 Safety Club 4 Science Ho bies 1 7 3 RICHARD ARNDT Clem Basketball 1 Boys Choir 2 5 4 Football 1 Intramuralsl 2 3 4 Proiectionists 4 Safety Club 4 Science Hobbies 4 JOYCE ARNOLD Biology Club 4 Conserwation Club 3 4 Cub Staff 5 Futu Teachers 3 4 GAA l Girls Choir I 7 3 Mixed Choir 4 Pep Club 5 4 Rocket Echoes 4 Rocket Staff 7: ELLEN BARNES GAA l 2 3 4 Hall Monitor 4 Pep Club 5 BARBARA BARTLEIN Barb Biology Club 2 Conserwa tion Club 3 Girls Choir l Latin Club 4 BERNARD BARTLEIN Bernie' Cub Staff 4' Rocket c - oes 4' Safety Club 4. MARLENE BEIMBORN Ene Biology Club 2 3 4' Con- servation Club 2 5 4' Cub Staff 5 4' G.A.A. 2 5' Girls Choir 5' Hall Monitor 4' Pep Club I 4' Rocket Staff 4. JAMES BERINGER "Jim' Baseball 4' Conservation Club 45 Intramurals 4. Entered from Watertown, Wis. 4. LEE ROY BLANK "Lee", Intramurals 1, 2, 4' ro- iectionists 15 Safety Club 1' Science Hobbies 25 Tennis I5 Track l. JANET BORGEN "Jan", Band l, 25 Biology Club 25 Cub Staff lg G.A.A. I, 2, 35 National Honor Society 5, 45 Pep Club I, 2, 5, 45 Psychometry Club 45 Rocket Echoes 45 Rotary Luncheon I5 Thespians 3. 45 Ushers Club 1, Z. Secretary 5. DARLENE BOUSHLEY "Darien, G.A.A. I, 25 Girls' Choir 2, 3. 45 Pep Club I. 6'-7' .-ff' MARGIE BREZINSKI Breezy GAA 1 Lxbrary Club 7 3 4 Rocket Staff 4 Scxeme Hobbles 3 Spanxsh Club 3 MARIAN BROWN Biology Club 2 Class Treasurer I Conseryatnon Club I 7 3 4 Cub Staff 7 Adsertxsmg Manager 3 Busmess Manager 4 GAA 1 2 3 Secretary 4 Glrls Senate Secretary 3 Latm Club Secretary Treasurer 3 Pep Club 7 3 4 Rocket Staff Z 3 Layout Edxtor 4 Rotary Luncheon Thespxans 4 JOANNE BUNN joan Home Economxcs Club 7 SALLY BURR Sadne Bxology Club 7 3 4 Conserwatxon Club I 2 3 4 Cub Staff 3 4 GAA I 2 3 Gnrls Chonr I 2 Hall Monitor 4 Pep Club 3 4 Thespxans 4 DONALD CHRISTENSEN Chrxs Baseball 3 4 Bxology Club I Hall Momtor 3 Intramurals I 2 3 4 Lxbrary Club 4 Rotary Luncheon 3 BARBARA CHRISTOPHER Chrxs Debatel 2 3 GAA 1 Gxrls Choxr I Hall Monitor 4 Latm Club 4 Pep Club 4 Thespxans 4 EDWARD COCHRANE Ned Bxology Club 4 Conservatnon Club 2 Rocket Echoes Edxtor 4 Scxence Hobbnes 3 Tenms l JAMES COYLE jnm Basketball 1 Bnology Club l Conservatnon Club 3 4 Intramurals 1 2 3 4 Mnxed Chonrl Pep Club 4 T ack I 7 3 4 SUSAN DARLING Sue Bxology Club 2 Conservatxon Club 2 Cub Staff Z 3 4 Forensxcs I 2 GAA I 2 5 4 Glrls Chonr 3 Hall Monxtor 4 Pep Club 5 4 SHIRLEY DE BROKA Squxrt Bandl Cheerleadersl 2 Captam 4 Class Secretary 1 Conservatxon Club 3 4 GAA I 4 Pep Club 1 3 4 Rocket Staff 3 VIRGINIA DEN DOOVEN Gmny Future Teachers 4 G A A Lnbrary Club 4 Pep Club Treasurer 4 Rocket Echoes 4 Entered from Green Bay Wxs 4 DIANA DENNIS DeeDee Entered from Appleton Wns 4 PATRICIA DOERING Pat Gxrls Cholrl 7 4 Home Economxcs Club 4 Pep Club 4 Proyectxomsts 4 Safety Club 4 DAVID DOMBROXVSIXI Dave Basketball l Intramurals 3 4 Sclence Hobbies 4 SHIRLEY DOMMER Shlrl Gxrls Choir 3 4 Home Economncs Club Secretary 4 Entered from Menasha Wns 2 -..- 1 Z ' ' S 1 ' Q-I-a S -'S V ay Q - - - I '.v v l I 7 Q , . ,, , ' S -.,. ,.- , 5 . 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MARY DORDLL Screwball Biology Club 7 Consersanon Club 2 GAA I 7 I HARLES DRAVES Charlie lntramurals'a Entered from Menasha Wis 2 DANIEL DRISCOLL Dan Footballs GLORIA EAKE Biology Club 4 Girls Choir 3 4 JEAN EAKE Biology Club 3 Conservation Club 2 5 4 Forensics 4 GAA I Girls Choir 2 3 4 Home Economics Clu I Latin Club 4 ROBERT EISS Bob Basketball I 2 Manager 5 4 Conservation Clubl 2 3 4 Football I 2 Manager 3 4 Hall Monitor 4 Intramurals l 2 3 4 Latin Club 5 Pep Club 4 Rocket Echoes Editor 4 Rocket Stall' 4 Rotary Luncheon I Student Council I Track I 2 VERNON EHLKE Vern DONNA ELMER Shorty Girls Choir 3 4 Homc Economics Club 4 DONALD ELMER Elmer Band l 7 3 4 Conserxation Club I 2 Hall Monitor 4 Intramuralsl 2 S 4 Pep nd I 2 MAVIS ERDMAN Band I 2 Biology Club 4 Conservation Club I 3 4 Cub Staff 2 Special Features Writer 3 Feature Page Coed1tor4 GAA 1 2 3 4 Hall Momtor 4 Pep Club 2 3 4 Rocker Echoes 4 Rocket Staff 2 3 Business Manager 4 Rotary Luncheon 3 GORDON FALCK Gordy Basketballl Class Vice President 4 Forensics 2 Intramurals I 2 5 4 Pep Cl b President 4 Propectxonists 2 3 4 Rotary Luncheon 4 Tennis 2 JOAN FANDREY joame Biology Club 7 3 4 Conservation Club 2 3 4' Cub Staff 3 4' Hall Monitor 4' Latin Club 2' Pep Club 4' Rocket Staff 4. JEROME FAULKS "jerry", Hall Monitor 4' Safety Club 4. MARY ANN FAULKS "Mary", Biology Club 45 Conservation Club l, 2, 45 G.A.A. l, 2, 5, 45 Girls' Choir lg Pep Club l, Z, 3, 4. LEROY FENSKE Conservation Club 3, 45 Hall Monitor 5, 4g Projectionists 2, 3, 43 Safety Club 4. 794 A7 'Q KENNETH HSLHER Ken Intramuralsl 7 BARBARA FORSYTHE Barb Band I 7 3 Blulogy Clu Consersatlon Club 7 Pep Band 7 THOMAS FUSZARD 1-uzz Band I 7 Hall Monitor 4 Intramurals 4 Library Club 4 Pep Club 2 3 4 Rocket Staff a Photo Edxtor 4 KAREN GIBSON Gnb Bnology Club 7 Consnrxatnun u I Cub Staff 5 4 G A A I 7 Hall Monxtor 4 Pep Club 7 'a 4 LEO GIEBEL Spungollne Footballl Intramurals I 7 3 4 BERNICE GOETZ Getsy Blology Club 4 Conserxauon Club 5 4 Cub StaFf4 GAA 4 Glrls Senate 4 Hall Monitor 4 Home Economncs Club I Pep Club S 4 RALPH GRUNDY ALVIN GRUNSKE BARBARA GRYGNY Barbs Bandl 2 Biology Club Conservatxon Club 3 4 G A A I 4 Hall Momtor 4 Ushers Club 2 DONNA HALDEMANN Don Conservation Club I 7 Monitor 4 Pep Clubl 2 5 4 Psychometry Club 4 Rocket Staff 4 MILDRED HALLE Mutz Bxology Club 4 Conservatnon Cubl 7 3 GAA I Gxrls Chonrl Latm Club 'a Pep Club I 7 4 RUTH HALVERSON Ruthxe Bandl 2 5 4 Conserxatnon Clubl 7 Cub Stal? 7 3 4 Debate 7 3 Girls Senate 5 Latm Clubl Rocket Echoes 4 Science Hobbxes 5 NANCY HAMMEL Nanc Bandl Cheerleadersl 7 3 4 Conservatnon Club 2 Board Member 5 Treasurer 4 Cub Staff I GAA I 2 5 4 Gnrls Sen Presxdent 4 Hall Momtor 4 Pep Club I 7 3 4 Rocket Staff 4 Student Councll 4 CAROL HANSEN Biology Club 7 7: c.0l'lS4.l'WdllOll Klub GAA Pep Club 1 WAYNE HARDELL Band 7 Latm Club 7 Proyectxomsts S 4 Thespnans 4 Rotary Luneheom 7 Entered from Mosmee Wxs 7 . , -- V-Ma . 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LYIE HART Lal Cuh Stall 4 Hall Monitor Projccnonists 2 5 Rocket Echoes 4 Rotary Luncheon I GENE HAUFE Wiener Intramural Z Rocket Echoes 4 Scicnce Hobbies l JOHN HELMS Rocket Echoes Associate Editor JOHN HESSELMAN Hess Conservation Clubl 2 I Football I Intramurals I Prolectxomsts I 2 Safety Club 3 4 GLORIA HINTZ Pinky GAA l Girls Choir 5 4 Girls Senate 4 Hall Monitor 4 Home Economics Club President 4 Latm Club 4 Rocket Echoes Associate Editor 4 JAMES HOLCOMBE Smokey Conservation Club I 2 Hall Monitor 4 Intramurals I 5 4 Mixed Choir I CLIFFORD HOPPE Hop Baseball 5 Captain 4 Basketball 1 2 3 4 Conservation u I 2 4 Footballl 2 3 Intramurals I Z 3 4 Pep Club 4 Track I 2 MARTIN I-IOUG Mart Football 4 Intramurals I 5 4 Student Council 3 Entered from Kmgsford Mich I FREDERICK HRUBECKY Fred Basketballl 2 3 Biology Club 2 Class Presxdent 4 Football I 2 5 Co captain 4 Mixed Choir I Pep Club 4 Rocket Staff 3 Co editor 4' Student Council 2 3 4' Thespians 5 4' Track I 2 3' Rotary Luncheon 2. CHARLES HUTCHINS Hutch Band l' Basketball I Manager 3 4' Conservation Club 2' Football Manager 5 4' Hall Monitor 4' Intramurals 1 2 5 4' Latin Cl b 5' Pep Club 4' Science Hobbies I 3 4' Track Manager 5 4' Rotary Luncheon 4. RUFUS IHDE Ruf Baseball I 2' Basketball l 2 5 4' Class Vice-President I' Football I 2 5 Co-captain 4' Intramurals l 2 3 4' Student Council2 Vice-President 4'TrackI 4. AMBER JENKINS Conservation Club I 2' G.A.A. 5' Girls' Choir 3 4' Hall Monitor 4. NONA JENSEN Conservation Club I 2. ARTHUR JOHNSON 'Art ', Cub Staff 3, 4' Rocket Echoes 3, 4g Track 3. Entered from Milwaukee, Wis. 5. LAWRENCE JOHNSON "Lornie", Basketball lg Biology Club 4g Conservation Club 4g Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 49 Pep Club 4. 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COMMENCEMENT PROGRAM JUNE s 1955 Processmnal Pomp and Circumstance by Edward Algar Imocatmn Rev Roland C Aggers Solonls Donna 'lerrmn Le Tourbllllon Don hlmer Estilian Caprice Aclzlren 0 ll elcome mul flfIfHeLlllfl0ll Fred Hrubecley GOOD SCHOOLS DON I' JUSI HAPPI-N Panel Piesenmtzon Hemheu of Panel Beth Zabel Mary Wuta joyee Arnold lntroductzou 0 Superintendent 0 Schools Ham Speakef Mr H I opu Ozentme Prefenmtzon of Clnxs Presentatzon of Drplomm Class Yong ie Moderator David Leftman laith Quade Gordon Falck William Sund David Leaman B Mennes, Superintendent of Sehools Visions For Tomorrow 'lhe Student Prince by S Romberg Mr H O Borgen Principal R Sund President of School Board For All We Know BACK ALAURILATE PROGRAM JLNI 5 1955 lmocalmn and Benezllrtzon Rev Samuel H Roth Yer mon Rev Norman Ream ' ' ' ' . . Mr. . , ' CLASS OFFICERS CLASS SONG 1955 P: eurlent l red llrubecky Vue Preudeul Gordon Falek Seeretury Susan O Leary f rguylgrgr Jll"I1 PICILL Clan Arltuw Mr Wnlliaiii Dunwiddie Clan Holm Done begins with do Clan Hou er Carnation Clin Colon Red and White 29 lor All lVe Knou lor all we know we may neyer meet again Before we go make this moment sweet again We wont say good by until the last minute We ll hold out our hands and our hearts will be in it For all these years we have worked as on a team We eome and go like ripples on a stream So remember tonight tomorrow was made for some tomorrow may never eome lor all we know k by X T.B. or not T.B. 5. "And did you hear . . 9. Lihhy. Oak Ridge, here I come! 6. Biology in the corridor. IO. filifldidillllb rcccixc X. Mayor rccciycs gym petition. ". lfycry' school has one. ll. Twenty'-fixc ycurs in the makin Such form. H. Curly' at work. -50.-. QU I x 5 UNDERCLASSMEN presenting the JUNIORS not quite semors, but :eddy to accept the responsibllitzes and honors 0 that year JUNIO In the begmmng of the ye1r the yumors elected class officers Terry 'I uttrup w1s elected presldent nm Neubauer vtce prestdent met Mueller secretary Bev Frakes treasurer The jumors used the plan recently started and ordered class rmgs m the sprtng and recenved them early tn thelr jumor year 'I he members of the junxor class entered 1 float the pep parade Its theme w1s We ll Bowl em Over As 1 reward for their hard work they re cetved an honorable mentton CLASS OFFICERS Preszdent 'I erry 'l uttrup Vue Presldeul tm Nc ub lucr Yew eta: 3 anet Mueller I 1 emu: er Bev I'r1ltes Futtrup Neubauer Mueller lraltcs R 32 CLASS In the way of e1rnmg money the yunxors spon sored a dance after 1 basketball game sold mflgl unc subscrnpttons md sold booster badges 'lhe mam acttvlty of the yumors thns year was centered around the Prom It was based on the theme Young At Heart and the class worked enthustastlcally 1nd hard to make the dance 1 successful affanr We wash th1s class all the success m the world . . . 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' - ' ' ................ 1 2 1 ' 1 l Q . l uu.-.-.......-..... 1 4 L r FIRST ROW Barbara Abendroth Mary Albert Ronald Alberts joan Alfern Gxlbert Alfertng Ronald Arndt Sl-COND ROW Susan Atkins Ronald Babcock Robert Hackman Gale Balthazor Davnd Barnstable Richard Barnstable IHIRD ROW Dledrlch Baster Carol Beach Danxce Beckstrom Marus Behnke jerry Behrens jerry Belanger FOURTH ROW Emogene Below Ed Benedict Bexerly Beyer Carol Blrmmgham Bruge Blsel Maryorne Blapeskt lll' FH ROW Dxxxe Blaney Robert Blenker Donna Bork Carlton Brockman Mary Buthanan Wnllnam Buchanan SIXTH ROW Audrey Bull Margaret Bunker Thomas Burns Ronald Buser Casey Case Sue Chudanolf SEVENTH ROW joyce Cxhlar joan Clark Herschel Clough james Coenen Das 1d Courtney Barbara Cummings EIGHTH ROW Bernard Dahl Evelyn DeKeyser Robert DeKeyser Wnllxam DeKeyser Wxllxam DeLapp Peter Deutsch ININTH ROW Doug Dnxon Le Roy Dyupstrom Charles Drace judzth Ehlers Mary Ellnott Howard hlhs Floyd Flmer L I ,412 "1 6 li f 'Fly T 45 13' 'Ginn 'Z' '15- f- r-JA, -QQ if 17 53 JUNIORS 'U '-. fsf ff' ffl? 1 V Q cr ' Q 7- 3' A' . . 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A Yi 855.64 if Qu Q Y-'V T' y r 2 ,ff- 'u-W Q 5+ '1 'x IIRST ROW Marcla Falck Wlllnam Flesch Beverly Frakes Judnth Francart Douglas Freund Walter Gauger Sl'COND ROW Shlrley Genett Rollm Gerald Raymond Gerrlts Burt Gibson Way ne Gibson Howard Gnlbertson 'IHIRD ROW Nanny Gorges Alberta Graham Ronald Gregory Gerald Grlepentrog Eugene Grundy Robert Grunska IOURIH ROW judlth Haber Darlene Hammel joan Hammlll Nell Hansen Iheodora Hartzhelm Janne Haute IIITH ROW Bonme Hema Beeltlyn lilllllxel' Roy Hola jon Hopkins SIXTH ROW Namy Horn Suzanne jahns Namy james Daryl Jensen Lu. Jensen Donald ohnson SILVILNTH ROW Ronald johnson Shlrley johnson Terry kelly Paul Kemps Leland Kimball Anna Klenst l:lGHTH ROW Claudia Koepke Jean Kofler Barbara Krablean Beverly Kraus Norman Krause Rathel lxrengtr NINTH ROW Thomas Kress Sharon Krueger joAnn Kuether Susan lxurtz Susan Landlg Duane Iandskron Sandra landsltron if r N J . ' ' sh bf ak.. "" "" I M- -v ' . V . . ,Th 4 y A ,2, 4 w- 'I e A pw w q 1 , . AA H.. 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Palmbaeh Harland Palmer 5IVI'NTI-I ROW Vlrgmna Pantton jo Ann Pamternoek Duane Patton 3 6 Audrey Paul Mary Paulson vw Shlrley Perkette FIGHIH ROW Mnldred Petersen Sandra Petersen Paul Pfaff Marela Phenfer Ronald Phelps Patrxela Pleree NIN FH ROW Lots Pmgel Wayne Plngel Vlrgxnxa Pnscxotta Donna Pomrenmg Mary J q. Potratz Robert 4 C' Prmdle james 6 N' Rasmusaen JD Q-1 Q JUNIORS s "' S, YI' 1 tv' Y C7 gs. -J., .A , . , , "" -4 1 I 1 , A,-Jim Yvefi , I 4 I . ' . I A 0' 'O I It V. it y v Q ' 5-, 7 I 1 , s 5, Q ' x ' X ' ff' V' ' , , , - , . e I . Y li- , . ', -, a'f7'4 " amy? , at Q k 1 I . . Nil DIL . ' ' ',' ' A D I N. 1. by by C 'V' 6 5: 5 3 p ."' Aix ' . , we Q, n Q -If ,. I img A J Gordon Mortensen, jackie Q , ,A ' YT.. I I 1 4 D' ' H - 'fb I+? I , ,, , - , ' I' I ., . v , I A tj V I x V0 J. .V . . . ,IS I jj' . 1 Q, -a- , -.1 ,,. 1 ' ' ' V:-,Ai . x . ' ' - ' 'IT' ,' v ' ' .1 1 I V N . , . . ' 3 4 ,,, 4 gr in ,L , , , , , . . I my Q , J ,, . . 'I A ' ' f Y Q , ' vf' -If ' ,ft ' . 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D N Q, X. 'V h - , D 5. s V h - ,- N V, g - 5 x I j w I. L , Q y D I -1 . L I. I. rr 5 I h- ' . . Y as 4 5' A - y b . n 1. 'A - . , V . Q Q . A . , in Y i 4 ' ng . 4- 'l 1, . - R , . FIRST ROW Paul Rasmussen Izlaxne Ratzburg Butrly Rlchardson Henry Rutter jamu Robtrts Robert Rostnow SYCOND ROW Sandra Rouse. Janna Ruthycn jamts balm Barbara Sautr Rose. Sthlotnnr Rogtr Sthnuu THIRD ROW Richard Sthramm larry Sahrotdar bent Sthultz Rlthard Schultz Mary bthulz Suv. Sutrson IOURTH ROW Hallu. Shaddutlx Sandra Shmntrs Maurttn Slubba Maurlu. Slxlbbd Ruhard Snydtr Rlthard iortnsen FIFTH ROW 'Marnlyn Spxelbautr Roberta Sttfftnstn Lyall btnlp Robtrt Straustr Carol Swtntntr SIYTH ROW Marym Swlghttnbtrg., Lloyd Itsth Karl Ihompson Paul Ih omstn Tom Iolltttf. Gall 'Iraas SEVENTH ROW Marianna. Tusthhoff Terry 'Iuttrup 'Ihomas Voigt Pduard Voxgtman Ixaren Volltman Barbara Wengt EIGHTH ROW Ixartn Wtnncclte Patricia Werlmg Carol Westfahl Patrnua Wleckert Davld Wnllxams Wlllnam Wlllmg NINTH ROW Carolyn Wohlcrs Wxllnam Wolff Robert Wolfgram Rost Young, james Zarnoth Sandra lehmr Paul 7a-nur! 1 'B N gf' Whats t is 'Nnx 1 xou Ask nu Dig lhls rndnhlnv. 5 Look whos xtudxmg., Chndung., for Lrrurs f Polxtlml mtrlg,uf. J , 9 vh 3 ' s ,Y .fi , 4, , ff x 2' 'f ,wx ' a 1. " h'? -4. 'c "fi ' ' - 7- presentnng the SCDPHCMCDRES uppe1 undef classmefz u bo feel tbey me being 7711511 eated by the yuniofs and senims ami not fespected by tbe resbmen SOPHOMORE CLASS Pep spmt and that Go Go Go us the descrnp tnon of this year s sophomore class They began the year by electmg class officers Bxll Sawtell presx dent jerry Schultz vrce presndent Kay Thomp son secretary Sherry Spxegelberg treasurer Homecommg was the next event and for the Pep Parade they made a float the theme bemg We Il Blot Out the Ghosts The attendant to the queen for homecommg game and dance was Sherry Spnegelberg In this years play Arsemc and Old Lace several sophomores were members of the cast CLASS OFFICERS P1 eszdenl Bill Sava tell V zce P1es1dent jerry Schultz Secietmy Kay Thompson T1 easmer Sherry Spxegelberg Sawtell Schultz Thompson Spnegelberg Sophomores were also represented at the Tvun Clty Youth Councll The boys were quxte actrve nn football and s1x of them recelved letters Then came basketball season and you really could see the peppy sopho mores nn actlon The mam event of the year was the Sophomore Dance and tts theme was Mardx Gras We are sure that next year thus class wnll be as successful as lf was th1s year nn contrnbutxng to school act1v1t1es I . . . v . . 4 1 1 . . . . 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Brldges Alun Bruee Bernard Bunn Margaret Burnside Larol Buss Bonme Case SIX l ll ROXV Q arol Casperson kay 1 hrxstensen Kay Chrnstlanson ld C xske Robert Llarlt Larol Clow SI-VFNTH ROW IeRoy Lola Nancy Collner Janice Lollms Gwen Courtney Lolleen Crawford Denms Dans EIGHlH ROW Don DeBraal William Dxedrlch Margaret Dutz Don Dlxon Dayxd Dordel Marlon Dorn NINTH ROW Daud Doughty Izllzaheth Drew Rxchard DuBo15 Alice hlwood jack Ely Judy Eyans L. 5 MTQ 'Z 94 T7 f XS T 1 ,-s 32 'Y' R -H we Tuff 3 SOPHOMORES !' N... i'7 O ...Z Q' ri 33 'U' 1 I. . . . N - .:.' ya 4- Q ' v- , ' ' ' - QN l X' N -e 4 P' " ' " f ur , 9 4' , , 1 . x: . , ' 5 'T 1 . A - - . 1 4,7 J - ' . - - . N at A lv - f . , ,1 , - ' I , . , , ,, i HH!-'w ' ,. ,, y ' L---fa .f I 'I' 'J .. -f . , . R 1 ,M A ' A ' ' ' , X " C 1 -KL' N J? 6 ...H Q . ' , I ' . 'cf 1' 1 .J ' ' I , ,,,V,V A A, ' . .. , K y A 4 , I f ,. ar. yr yy H ,J " 'QV .' 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'Y -' J 3 Sy " '27 ., . . h I. .. , ' -t ' l v e, ' - .. 4- SOPHOMORES lf-Q-v' i' - F3 'Q tr 'V' V5 'Nl l 'E' f-ef IIRST ROW Ronald Eyans Tom Fahrenlerug Nancy Falch Mary Jane Tara Catherme Iarley Raymond Fxscher Sl-C OND ROW Nancy Fowler Robert Frank Judy Fredernck Gary Gall Joel Garlock Jerome Gladovsslen HIRD ROW Carol Gorgenson Robert C raham lxarla Grempel Larry Grtsson Jamce Gullnckson Eyelyn Gunther FOURTH ROW James Haher Alden Halle Peter Halxerson John Hammull Mary Handeysxde Mary Hansen 5 Q Quinn 'V 'E' vu-'ry ff' " 1:11 40 Tb Z 5.1 IIFTH ROW Larol Harper Phxlxp Hxldehrand Patrxcxa Holes Peggy Howe SIXTH ROW Peter Hruhesky Jaele Huppler Nancy Jahns Fred Jaehnlg farol Jensen Larry Johnson Sl:VENTH ROW Patrtcna Johnson Mary Johnston Alxce Jorgensen Jody Jorgensen Patricia Jullot Jerry Julius HGHTH ROW Sandra Julius Lonnie lxehl Tnleen Kerrlgan Mary Kessler Clyde Ixettner Joyce Klelnszewskl NINTH ROW Marx Klrehgeorg 'led lxlmker John kofler Jack Kosloske karen Krause Ann Krenss Nu 4: 3 .. 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' f FIRST ROW John Krueger Judy lxreuttcr Donald lxuchenbecker Tom lxuehl Nancy lxuehnl Paul lxurtz SECOND ROW Joan Lamb Dorothy Lange Barbara Larson Judne Iarson Renxta LaRue Janice Lchl THIRD ROW Mary LeMay Wllllam Losse brace' Marquardt Dxcle McCormack Janet Mefunn Lyle Muller FOURTH ROW Waunlta Mlller Maune Moody Paul Mortensen Robert Mucha Dawn Mueller Ellen Olson FIFTH ROW Judy Olson kenneth Pagel Ronald Pahloyy Geraldine Parks Susan Patterson Wlllnam P blxlll ROW Shnrlcy Payne Daynd Peek John Perry Margxe Peterson Donald Pohlman Carol Porath SLVI NTH ROW Pat Porter Lawrence Przybylslen Richard Radtke Pat Randall Judy Rather Theanne Rauseh EIGHTH ROW Daynd Remmel Rxchard Remmel Tom Reuss Judy Roberts Jean Ross Diane Rutleus ININTH ROW' Joan Sauer Wxllxam Savstell Glenace Schaefer Carol Sehanlee Judy Schramm Russell Schreiber SOPHOMORES :sf 773' 1 4 1 "' ...Y 3 Ke, C? A 15,14 9 an any tb 17 1' J lb 4 me-, 2 lf he rw 01 Q at rn if 11 '35 T7 wf 1 . 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Q., xv' v ff V ,gf V- v 1' 'rv 42 lIRSl ROW Marshall Schroeder Betty Schultz jerry Schultz Pat Schultz Egon Schulz Pattr Schulz SICOND ROW Lu. Schyyandt Warren Schwutzcr Dcnnls Sedo George Shcphcrd Marie Shepherd john Shrew. 'IHIRD ROW Tom Snyder james Sorensen Shcrry Spncgelherg Marlene Staffcld Sharon Steckcr Rohcrt Stuf IOURIH ROW Margaret SIl!'lSkl Bert Sylsander Judy Thermansen Susan Thomas Kay Thompson Kcn Thompson Ill IH ROW Robert 'lhompson Judy Ihorson Darlcnc Tiffany Marlene Tlffany Gcne Iuchschercr Peter 'luchachercr SIXIH ROW Donna Furkow Donald Tyrner Sharon Van Anrwdale Marne Vccscr Robert Wcg,c Marg.,arLt Wcrth SFVPNTH ROW Richard Westphal Don Whntney judy Whltpan Tom Wlesner Sam W1lms Sandra Wilson UGH1 H ROW John Wmgcn Terry Wlngroye Orxcn Wohld Ruth Wolf Darlcnc Wollerman Don Worm NIN TH ROW can Yahel jxll 7ahel Tom Ycuthcn judlc lltelman : " ' r Z, 5 LFL G f Q' S, A, K , N , , 5. V2 j ' :L V ,Cx . V 9 ,',:d ER I diff-J' ' ' 'V , - ,ish .IFJ . Mn 2 2, V.. A r.. 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FRESHMAN CLASS On September 10 1954 the class of 58 wrth 237 members gathered for the first trme As a result of vrgorous campargnrng Paul Wresner was elected therr prestdent Tom Kelly vxce presr dent Manfred Block secretary and Lynn Chappell treasurer The freshmen contrrbuted a float for the home commg parade The theme behrnd rt was They Don t Have a Ghost of a Chance' Marnfred Block was therr representatrve rn the homecommg court As far as sports go there are quxte a few up CLASS OI' FICERS V ice P1 eszdenl Tom Kelly Sewetam Manfred Block I1easu1 E7 Lynn Chappell Block Wrcsncr Chappell lxelly and commg athletes 'Ihey started the year wrth football rn whrch therr record was four w1ns and two defeats At all of therr home games there was always a large group of freshman grrls out there cheermg them along Freshman boys also partrcr pated rn basketball baseball tennis and track They ended therr actrvmes wrth a successful school party after the Lenten season As seen from therr many achievements thrs class ts gomg to work hard to become a class that Neenah Hrgh School wrll never forget 1 9 ' - S - . - .- . 5 . -u 3 . . . .- T ' l x 9 . s ' l I! 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Paul Wiesncr A . , ' Y .I A 9 9 V V -44- FIRST ROW Robert Abbey Mary Aderhold Marilyn Ahrens Wllllam Albers Jeanette Ambroso Frle Ander son Don Armatoskn Jerry Baer Sl COND ROW Paul Bandow Judy Barkhahn Charles Barns Judy Barr Judy Baumann Melun Bayer Dan Began Rlehard Belmhorn IHIRD ROW Don Bemowskl Mlehael Ber Inger Homer Bxshop Lynn Blayeskx Manfred Bloek Shnrley Bork Susan Boushley James Brehm lOUR'I H ROW Kathryn Brien Adellne Brooks Don Brown Naney Bull Gilbert Buser Lee Button Peter Bylow Mary Carlson I IFTH ROW Patrncla Carroll Ronald Casperson Lynn Chappell Robert Chnstnan Erin Coy Sharon Craddoele Karen Cummings Wxlllam Dans SIXTH ROW Gall Dawson Judy DeLapp ld Den Dooyen Daynd DeWntt John Dlxon C arol Dombrowskl Jack Drayes Wnllxanl lzastman SEVENTH ROW Linda Elmer Shirley Enghlom Tom larley JoAnn Faulks Hector Fisher Frank Franeart Gaylord Frledlexn Dan Gerhardt EIGHTH ROW Ronald Gibson Sharon Gibson Rosalie Glebel John Gloy annxm Wxllxam Gohlke Thomas Graham Wesley Grambseh Randy Grayerson N INTH ROW Gene Grles Judy Gnmes Babette Grundy Marun Grunske Carl Gussert Barbara Handler Bruee Harde-ll Llla Hartflel TENTH ROW Marxlyn Haufe Judy Hedberg Kathy Hedlund Floyd Helder Howard Helder William Herrlott Fred Hlelsberg Gordon Hlldebrand FLEVENTH ROW Darlene Hxntz Judy Hoffman Kay Holeyymslu Arlene Hooyer Cecelna Houg Dan Jade Daud Johnson Helmer ohnson FRESHMEN ,- melal-3 6 1 I ,wi 'Nun 'ur Q,I Ol r-mf aaa My at I1 1' I- Isl 54 i ws! ,7 1 V 1 '4'j' 11 .. 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Ii V 4' L FRESHMEN fs Wa' Y g 8 A..-..4'-' AC All CD ef Y' Af- 4-v G- f-.- 'tl' me Ks' tim me f 17 .new X4- 2 iii M wvx 46 fs I wr 'Kc uv C' 3 HRS1 ROW jeanme johnson Maureen jones Susan Jost Tom Kelly Larry lKemp1nger Peter Kemps Ronald Krmbrow jnm Kltehm SH OND ROW jean Kxtehln William lxlem Pamela Klmker Larl Klltzlee judy Knoedler Mary Koehn Crystal Koepke Kathryn Kopltzke THIRD ROW Renee Krenger Suzanne Krenkel Karol Kresse Ramona Kronberp, Gerald I: Krueger Gerald L Krueger Doug Ixuehenbeeker james Labre IOI RTH ROW Charles Lande Susan Landskron Sally Lange Ken Larson Mxchael Lauger Gall Lauson james Lee Pat Lehl I II-TH ROW Dxana Llntner C arol Lux Eugene Lux james Mahoney jamee Malouf jean Malouf Roger Marquardt lxnm Martxny SIXTH ROW Susan MeConneIl Nelrose McKell1ps Michael McKmnon Wnllnam Meyer Susan Millar Don Muller SEVENTH ROW james Mlller Marilyn Moore Carol Mueller Daud Mueller Graee Mueller Joyce Mueller Laura Myers Leslxe Myhre FIGHTH ROW I'ay Nelson Mary Neubauer john Newton Dayld Nielsen Wllllam O Brien Ellen O Leary james Olson Sandra Olson NIN FH ROW Sandra Pahlow Don Pansch Dxana Paulson Thomas Pawlovxskn jerry Peotter Gordon Petersen Donna Petersen Thomas Plueker TENT H ROW Robert Ponto Cloyd Pownell Claude Pownell Anton Pflybylblxl Henry Quade Gary Ranuch Davnd Rexerson Kenneth Reinhardt ELEVENTH ROW Robert Rn et Stephanle Roberts Sandra Roou Nan Ruseh Nlnehael Salm judy Sanderfoot I'ranees Sanders Beyerly Sauer 'las . . 7 57' , , e I . 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K I IRST ROW Rlchard Sauer Lamont Schaefer Dale Schmdler lxen Schmndt Tom H Sthmndt Tom W Schmidt Alex Sthmltzer Lee Sehnudtr SH OND ROW Karen Schultz Steye Schultz Wnlllam Schultz Helga Schultz lred Seggellnk Lee Seggelmlt Judy A Sell Judy I: Sell THIRD ROW Beatrxce Sxevert Russell Srmons Gary Smarzmskl Judy Smith Nancy Sorensen Daud Squnres Jon Stnlp Florence Stmslu FOURTH ROW Wxllnam Strutz Jerry Sturgns Christine Swenson Ralph Syrmg Judy Tesch Nadne Tews Davld Thomsen Joy Thorne FIITH ROW Howard Thorpe Marne Tnpler Alstlne Way ne Vander Helden Marvin Van Oudenhoyen Pat Veeser John Warzmrlx SIXTH ROW Mark Webb Marlyn Webb Fred Welgt I'om Wemke Duck Werlmg Walter Werth Sandra Wesenberg Dlane Whrtpan SEVFNTH ROW Du.k Wxdeman Donna Wneland Yvonne Wnerschke Paul Wnesner Tom Wnllnams Charles Wnlms Robert Wnlson Robert Wxnkler EIGHTH ROW Nancy Wlsmer Donna Wohld Denms Zimmer Gayle Lwmkey Left Don IS grateful Rnght Books for learnmg A. Z4 1-1 'Yak FRESHMEN Qi " AB Q Osigd an 'hz' -wr! 2:22 Kr- .,.f ma A4 ltd !'4m.,i? f'lAJf-r Y E7 41' 14 I, 1 34 ' . - , . " R"'tfl I' SA ff' . V .tyco l",,4' 'r".,, ' L' Q .v - - 0 ' I 4:2 VZ' t, ver' I I Q . ' . , l ' I W W a ' . I-,y JE, A.: I t, A , A ' , N r f 1, ls' sf -S ff . 4 4, . ' ' - J.. . 5 ,' ' "' 'X-L l 'l Q Q ' I V a n S! A , L . L, A L9 . Y' v a ' gr , ' I 4 v , ' rv S-, U Al t Y . ., '1. A as wr N , i ' ' . ' .. I U I, 'G Y 55? I -I 4. 1 A ,,. 1 ' . l' . . Q'--V L' ' V . 4 1-1 A 5, ' " . ' n U an ff , 2 , . A aw V ' ' H' Sr" ' F .J ' I Q- - ' - 'S S.- " : N , ,QL ' ' ' . 9 1 s ' ' N KIHA. , Stl J ' I , , , A A v , y s K , t , X r K :fp x . W , 1 A -1- I ' i Henry Tollette, 'Judy Van l 2.4, -r - 7 "S 2 1-4 .. -, -s' Q 4 . , ' . -1' fs -- -. ' 31, ' ,S J -' , ' V 4, , ' R I - ff" r f", "' , 1', , ,. - J -S sv' 1 few ' W ' X f ', I MX if " LV 1' I - . ', I V . 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Ron Hammcl Hooxcr johnson Paff Bork Wxcckcrt Krcnger Chappell Alhcrt R u Mxllcr Monard Krucg.,cr Murphy Mr Borgcn Burns Stllp Dans Den Doowcn Row 5 Kuehl Van Oudcnhoxcn Bouquct Andcrscn Hruhccln Sncr lhdc THE VOICE OF THE STUDENTS lhe purpose of the Student Councxl ns to pro mote better understandmg between students and faculty Also to represent student opmxon at all umes, and to assnst un promotmg supervlsmg md regulating school actxvmes At the begnnmng of the year each home room elected one representatnve and one alternate Tom Murphy was elected to serve as presldent Harland Znetlow and Rufus Ihde vnce presndent Mary Wnta secretary and Ivefnux Andersen treasurer Somc of the projects of the Student Council assnstcd nn are to provxde 1 scholarshxp fund sel ect 'assembly programs help wnth the Rocket subscnptxons Iumor Red Cross Drlve, Faculty Chrnstmas 'lea and to help settle student needs and problems Serious Legxslatxon Mr Prcsldent No Ml5llLIOL, . ,Z . .Q V., Q- . . 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Bcth Yabcl Wltlltam Sund Nlary Wnlta Carol Vogt 'Vlaxxs Frclmann Nlarlan Brown janet Borgcn laxth Quadc NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY Nleenah Hugh School was granted 1 Nattonal Honor Soctety chlrter tn the 1917 48 school year Its purposes are to create an enthuslasm for schol promote worthy leftdershnp and to encourage the development of character ln the pupxls of Neenfth Hxgh Members are selected on the followung basls all students vs 1th B averages or aboxe are eltgtble on the basts of character seruce and leadershtp as dtsplayed throughout thetr high school careers Accordmg to the revtsed Nttlonal Honor Soctety Constntutton fifteen per cent of the eltgtble tumors md twenty per cent of the clxgnble sentors are selected on those standards So ftr 83 Neenah students hue been namcd members of the Nattonal Honor Soclety Upon becoming., 1 member etch student IS gtsen a V:-ttnontl Honor Society emblem HONOR SOClh'l Y JLNIORS Susan Chudacolf Rose Schloc mer Patrtua Werlxng Nlary Albcrt joan Alftrt L I v' 4 1 L f If 1 1 arshtp, to sttmulate a destre to render servtce, to 2 - , ',- - . , 1 l , 7 . . 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' ' ' r 2 x 2 ' V , -51... lronl Ron Miss Griffiths D Hintz G Hintz Fowler Thorson Bork Ross lirlcn DcLapp PILL Run XVollcrman Homer Grimcs Goctz Schxcfcr Thompson Andcrson Himmcl Wcnncchc lxrucgcr Ltxurscn MOTHER DAUGHTER BANQUET CLIMAXES GIRLS SENA TF YFAR The Girls Senate is open to all girls This quaints mothers with the school and sends gifts to girls in hospitals The cxecutive board is composcd of five girls from each class and is under the guidance of Miss Griffiths Nancy Hammel was president the first semester while Yvonne Wollerman presided the C1 A A Sells Refreshments second semester Iaclcie Anderson wx is clected xice SOD SCLFCI lf, 'lhe orgmizition undertook thc following projccts during the year the lrcshmen 'lca homecoming parade float, L1 dancc Senior Mother Daughter Banquet Rural Day Big and Littlc Sister Pirtv :nd unior Sophomore Night l nxtcd Nation s Day Planning Mother Daughtcr Banquct Dancc Mr Snowman Dancc f ': '.'.' " J, . ' ', . ' ', ' , I . '. " . ' ' , 2'- ,ZZ . ,' vu ' .Q-H ' .tv '-2.., L- Q Q 2 .Q . .- .Q ' .,.' . 5. , , , organization helps girls to know each other, ac- presidentg Pat Laursen, treasurerg and Judy Thor- - I D . 1 K 2 - 2 ' 5 v 1 b , s ' ' l V ' ',- - ' 5 J , ul, H . . U . , L , . L . A . I . .. 2 I Q 2 J . - . Y I -53- Front Rou Schultz Peapenburg Onstad Burr Popp Otxs Bork Muth Skxbba Halverson Vogt Pterce Ron 7 Brown Darlmg Glbson Be1mborn Robxnson Lyon Porter M1ss Swtft Erdmann Below Frakes Fandrey Bull Scrloemer Kxrchgeorg Rau 3 Stuebs Koerner Hopkms Johnson Hart Schmndt Mr Poellnnger Haufe Pawlowskx Thomsen Dtxon Rem hardt N elson Quade THE CUB IS READ BY ALL Our Cub staff advlsed by Mxss Swift and Mr Poellmger has publxshed fifteen lssues of the Cub thus year The Cub IS our student newspaper whnch plays a stgnrflcant part 1n hlgh school l1fe by brmgmg pcrnente for future journalnsts It IS publlshed IWICC 1 month and rs dxstrlbuted free to all students The staff heads for the year were chosen at the annual sprung p1cn1c They were Edltor ln chlef Vlary Wuta Front page edltor Doug Dxxon, Co Feature Edntors Donna Bork and Mavls Erdmann Copy Reader Marvelyn Stuebs Specnal Feature Wrlter oyce Robmson Proof Reader Carol Vogt Busmess Manager Maman Brown Adver txsmg Mary Kxrchgeorg Exchange Edltors o Ann Pxerce and Sally Lyon Glrls Sports Edntor Bev Frakes Boys Sports Edttors john Nelson and Paul 'lhomsen Cnrculatlon Edltor Jon Hopkms Fmnshxng the front page Gettmg ready to roll 5 l , , , , ,, , 'r . U . , . , , D , ' . , ' , l' , , . ' ' -3 1 l 4 3 1 v a s a a 9 1 s s I V 1 , . , . . . I l . . .I I . . . , s 1 ' 1 ' ' - , 3 . V . , 9 . . I . . . . . , J 5 , school news to the student and also provides ex- . . 5 . ' I ' . x ..... I , , , J L . . . , , Z y 5 , - f, , , my Y f ' X V' . 'H 1 A K Vx 1 L ' l V ,- I x lf! ffl 'tg M ,. 'V In , to x 'A , f , 0 f 6 , -55- Iron! Rau Erdmann OLcary lhcrmansen Paff Mr Thom Rm: 7 Fuszard Brown Anderson Snnslu Pwott Hrubccky 195 5 ROCKET STAFF The outstandnng characterlstxcs of the 1955 From October to une the Rocket room was a Rocket Stal? were co operanon and dependab1l1ty busy place as the staff gathered maternal and com Dewonon and loyalty to the Rocket by the Staff plled the book All of the members appearmg on has made nts success posslble thus page recenved pms for thenr contrxbutxons to the fnnnual as edntors Pdltors check proofs Writers Ty pxst D-1 l . ,Z , . , Q , . .. q Q . '-I -F' - Q - "t ,' Q ' ' , . . . J Y x 7 ' . 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Y i , -L V ' I wie, -1 Front Rau Brezmskl Bouquet Hansen Dxxon Schloemer Pantton Sexerson Muth Frakes Chudacoff Svlwander Lultt Haldemann Rru 7 7ahcl Pierce Stocghaucr james Buchanan DeBrolta Rausch Randall Bork Schultz Ross Larson Wexgt Horn I-lammcl Traas Kurtz R111 3 hss Garlock Graham Stuths johnson Pctcrsen Rasmussen Dans lxuchcnhncker LETTER FROM THF FDITOR ns vuth 1 feelmg of sansfacuon that our year long proyect has been com pleted We are very proud of the way our staff worked hard and contributed so much of thexr tlme to make our annual such a success We would like to thank the following editors who helped organnze 1 hnghly cooperative staff Marian Brown La1 out Fdzlof Susan O Leary Typing Edztor Iackle Anderson Business Co editor Mavls Erdmann Business Co editor Ruthie Pvott Aft fdrlor Tom Fuszard Photography Fdzlor We vush to thank the juniors who worked hard esery day on our annual We also vmnt to thank the students and teachers who cooperated wxth us so well We apprecmted the photographuc assnstance of the fum Crm Aeus Rerofd and Afvfwlelon Port Crescent Vue hope that you -cull enjoy thls Rocket as well as we we enyoyed producmg rt 91271611 Fred Hruhecky Barbara Paff Nina Thermansen D5 ' ': ' I . . 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Run Muth Otis Arnold Kebcrltm Pyott M155 Peterson Hmtz Peapcnburg OLtary Frdmann Pierce Ron 7 Relnhardt lxocrncr Stnnskl Borgcn Dcn Doowen Stuebs Helms Koehn Fandrey Halxtrson Neubauer Elss Ron 3 Cochrane Hart Schaefer Peterson Haufe Mr Poellxngtr Sund Schmidt johnson Pawlowskl LITERARY EFFORTS IN ROCKET ECHOES Once agam poems storles and essiys wrntten by the students of varlous Enghsh classes filled our Rocket Echoes Mnss Peterson advnsed the Englxsh IV classes vuth the production of th1s booklet By such 1 publtcttxon the students of Neenah Hugh School ure encouraged to try thexr wrxtmg sknlls The co edltors of thls publncatlon were Marwc lyn Stuebs and Bob Elss jo Ann Pnerce, Betty Keberlem Ned Cochrane and Bob Neubauer were class edltors Assocnate edltors were Ruth Halver son Glorm Hmm Ruth Ann Koehn and Iohn Helms Rcucvung student efforts On tht spot cdmng., J6- X I 'T w 'I' , ' ei v I x ,. '- . .' f ' ' - I ' I . ' - 1 I1 1 , 1 - 1 -, 1 1 1 1 . . ' . ' . . ' ' . . Y s - , 1 V, -1 1 1 1 1 , ,1 1 1 1 - 1 1 +- I I . h . . - 1 v 1 1 1 1 - 1 1 1 1 N K i , I . . 1 . H , ,, . ' 9 1 7 . . . . , . 1 , 1 , K 1 , . 2 I . .v'. 1' I . " 1 Fran! Rau Lemlte Landxg Christopher Graham Chudacoff Tuschhoff Hlntz Pai? Keberlcm Kurtz Shadduck Cummlngs Sexerson Rru 7 Laursen Bxrmlngham Traas Wtnntchc Norman Horn jahns Wkrlxng Mxss Klser Rlchardson Hugl Krueger Pantton Paul Bartlcln Millar Rru 3 Krablean Eakt Frakts P Pltrcc lxosloske Stllp Huppler Perry Mltdltt Lyon Brxdbu Bull Lca Rau 4 Mortensen Schultz Tollctte Hansen Petersen Landskron Brady Halxerson Straustr Snyder Pfaff LATIN CLUB All Latm II students belong to the Latm Club The officers of the thnrd perlod class were Duck Snyder and anet Mueller consuls and Brenda Brady secretary treasurer Barbara Pail' and Lyall Stllp were consuls and Sue Chudacofl' was secre tary treasurer of the sxxth pernod class SPANISH CLUB On the last Frxday of each month the Spamsh II class perxod was devoted to the meetmg of the Spamsh Club Yvonne Wollerman serves as president and IS asslsted by jerry Lund v1ce presldent Io Ann Plerce secretary, and oyce Robmson treasurer Iran! Rau Otis Buchanan Wolltrman Popp Wnecktrt Mlss Kxser Rau Stmskx Below Robmson J Pnercc Thomsen Lund Hopkms Deutsch Hoffman 4 1. - I S ' A ' A' - . . .... . . . . . .' -1 , - 1 '-: , . ' ' . . ' ' '. . . l. ' ' . ' ' . ' ' . 1. l 1 2. ' man, janet Mueller-absent J s v - - V . . , . ' ' 1 s ' 2 h - . . . V. J I . . , , . f . ' 1 V 1 I ' -s ' I . . . . , . ,- -- , . . - , . . , , ....D7... Front Rau Wxlta Zabel Quade Schloemer Rau 7 Mr Dunw1dd1e Fowler De Lapp Millar Roberts Falck Holcwmskt R u 3 Coy McConnell Ktrchgeorg Garlock Bouquet Graham CONGRATULATIONS TO DEBATE CHAMPIONS Resolved That the Untted States should tm ttate a pollcy of free trade among natnons frtendly to the Umted States Thts past year has been one of the most success ful of the debate teams we have had tn recent years Our varstty debaters were und1sputed Con ference and DISEFICI Tournament champions 'l hey ned for thtrd at the Secttonal Tournament The debaters finlshed the season wlth a record of 76 debates won agamst only 16 losses 'lhenr awerage vsas a very commendable 619 The B and C debate squads also had a very successful year These debaters d1d an excellent yob of master mg a dtffxcult questnon and representmg our school vuth dtstmctton Smcere congratulatxons to the debate squads for a wonderful record Quade and Zabel study their case Quade helps Fowler Schloemer Coach Dunwxddxe and Wrxta check chart v Y: .. 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Rau Welnman Borgen HHDdBySld6 Burr Alfern Buchanan Drew Mr Harris Rau 2 Brown Porter fhrlstopher Horn Traas Ross Thermansen Suerson Richardson Chudacoff Neubauer Rau 3 Bouquet Leaman Tollette Hrubeclu Snyder Hardell Voxghtman Tuttrup Hopkins Schultz Mledl-tt APPLAUSE FOR THE THESPIANS The Thespnans began the1r season thns year by presenting Arsenic and Old lure as thenr fall play Miss Broetzman dlrected the play whlle Lnz Drevs and Pat Porter had the leadmg roles Also mcluded m the c1st were Peter Mxedke Nancy Fovsler Bob Neubauer Lyle Hart Terry Tuttrup and ohn GIOVRDDIUI In February the Thespmns presented thenr third annual premxere The three one act plays were directed by students Hugh Window The sprmg play junuau Ihau took place on 1 New England farm The cast mcluded Larry Bou quet Fred Hrubeclty Nancy Kaufman Carol Gorgenson Marcla Falck Sue Severson Lyle Hart Bob Neubauer Colleen Crawford Bruce Stelovu 'Iom Tollette oyce Mueller Lyall Stnlp and Bruce Wfnllmms Mr Hfarrls dnrected th1s presenmtlon The officers of thls yur were Bob Neubauer president Sue Chudatoff secretary md Sue Sex erson treasurer Opening, Nnght Arscnnc and Old Lace Mnnor Miracle f ' ' l Y ' I - 2 7 , f, S F f 5 E 'J-5 , . , 5 , ,E 2 i . 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Rau Peterson Sorensen Tews P Veeser Boushley Hmtz Sell jenkms Sanderfoot Leutt Francart Rau 7 Lmtner Engblom Krenkel Kochn Pltsch Page Mlss Roper Popp M Veeser Krcnger Thorne Faulks Keuhnl Rau 3 Webb Hmtz Spnelbauer Klenst Mueller Case Behnkt Porath Dnctz Roou Sharpltss Moodx WE ENJOYED THE GIRLS CHOIR During the year the Gnrls Chonr agam played Plngel, setretary, and Ioyte Mueller trtlsurcr a very 1mportant part nn our school ac.t1v1t1es The accompamst of the cho1r was Barbara Wexgt Throughout the year small groups partlcnpated ln vuth Rachel Krenger and udy Francart actmg as programs The cho1r caroled 1n the halls durmg assxstant d1rector and accompamsts the Chrlstmas season and also part1c1pated ln the The cho1r IS open to any gxrl mterested IU smg Musnc Festlval held IH Oshkosh The cho1r was mg Its mam objectxve IS to further musxc apprec under the competent dnrectxon of Mlss Roper xatnon among the students and to gnve those who Mxldred Peterson was elected presndent, Lons enloy smgmg an opportunity to do so Rau 7 Thomas Fara Sthramm Roblu. Wlnttr Crawford Potratz McGunn G lakt Slutrt lldflllltllll Dommer frederlck Riu 3 Mnller Wtsenherg Aderhold Ahrtns Blaney Chrlstlanson Chrlstxansen Van Alstmt Bull Klmktr Wolf Rau 4 Neubauer jones J Eake Koehn Boehm Gorgenson Lthl 60 I 'Z Q Q Q - Q 'Q ' Q Q l Q Q '. Q Q Q I a ' ' I I ,. -- Q Q , , Q Q Q Q - Q Q Q .Q Q - - ' D A -, , Q - Q Q Q Q , , Q..Q QQ . Y K , I . lf:-nn! Razr: Falch, Pingel, Mathcwson, Clark, jury, Elmer, Beyer, Brooks, Jost, Elwood , . . 1 ' : ' , ' Q Q t Q Q 1 A' Q Q ' Q ' 'Q . ' 3 Q ' Q - Q Q S Q Q ' i Q f 4 1 W . .iq . fa .. Q .. Iron! Rau Mueller Wege Gussert Nlelsen Kxmbro Mucha Rau 7 Wndeman Welnke E Leaman Pagel J Schultz Smarzmslu Cole Hammxll B Schultz Rua 3 Schwextzer Tyrner Arndt Iuscher Barnes J Sorensen Mnss Roper Ramlch BOX S CHOIR 'Ihe Boys Chonr, under the d1rect1on of Mrss Roper was formed three years ago The boys are mostly freshmen and sophomores and some have had no prevlous n1us1c traxnmg The boys made a good showmg for themselves at the musxc festrval thxs year They also sang for xssemblxes at school, soual groups and church organlzatlons The officers for thls group were presldent lm Sorenson treasurer B111 Flyrlver, and secretary Rnchard Wldeman MIXED CHOIR The mlxed chonr 15 a select group of students who have had some prevlous chorr experlence Thxs orgamzatlon IS under the dlrectnon of Mnss Roper wrth B111 Sawtell as presrdent and Pat Wet Img as accompamst The cholrs extra actlvmes mclude Chrlstmas carohng Rotary smgmg the UN program, and the Musrc Festlval whxch was held at Oshkosh th1s year lmul Rau Graham Arnold Thorson Wcrlnng Gunther Mueller Steffensen Kuether Miss Roper Rau Mxller Buchanan R Schultz D Lcaman Sund R Sorenson Swlchtenberg Djupstrom Sawtell - Q Q Q Q , Y-I Q Q - Q Q - Q 'Q 1 Q - V I - Q l v Q 1 Q Q - Q Q 7 9 . , . . . . . . . , . ' . 9 v Z . . .I , s 9 ' ' ' 1 f . . . . ,J . 1 v 4 Q 1 . " '1 ' Q Q Q ' Q 'Q Q - Q Q 1 -- Q Q - Q - v Q - Q Q Q BAND SCHOOL H GH THE NEENAH Hed und V A bert Emu Ross Mas james Vo kman Kurtz ff an Howe G0"ges Re erson P Ha xerson Sk bba Dawson Medkc Webb S Petersen mes Kraust Russe I. ylow, Schmid B M Schu L FILHSL Fl M Dax s Ll' hcnbctk UC lx traustr Jansth Pattefs n S Wennechc burg cd H sch Ru mpson Thx NLF yl' T MQKL ps ber fl skron La Hupp tr dI'SLn LH debrand. Hil rl N LFSOI1, RH ack ffl 01' Md z Ste ow hu L SS chtcnhcrg Dah A G bson eh K ger l'l,l'l Hoffman Bock K J Hndn ch en Bu I' B an 0 Ll'l'l'l s W P -I 0 R Patton Kess cr Schanke Chudacoff M Abert 5 Rr BAND HOSTS MUSIC FESTIVAL ,- if N2 resented by thc band on February -W flfel' L00 work was y after the concert ICC! D UID Ol' I and 00 h gh sch the v f hal he CCH I IW be CCS all 0I'ITl pract c ng by year ths began in gun 30. As Day -1 52 -- here on April d he L IUHIDCIII I0 e band ed at th l l Ve CCC mem VC VCU f '5 E C aye P dt at on fa S and C ad Par .L 'V Front Row: Alferi, Te i , l - , t ', i , -, 1- , ' 1 , , 1 Ron' 2: Mar 2, 3 1, ,, ll, i ", , . , i , , , , 3, i 5 , , '1' x Rm,-sg ia-, --lui. ii-, t .1 , - , - L, ..-0, -e-- , OA-, le, St-i ,L' l-, 'ndy u' : Hoking, lll . i, ',, ', l , 1 , 1, i , 1 1. L, -lI.'1'. -Q I .l,. D. Hoffman, Voigtman, Chappell. McConnell, Angell, Fowler, D. Peterson, Parks zu' 2 ' , 11, -, f , , 1 The Neenah High School band, under the able direction of Mr. Mais, A mid i ' cert was p I ' i' ii forperf eso i lli i . i 1 ' , ootball games. The band, numbering se ry-fi bers, r i d on Se ecmms Pay ' ' 1 Y li i Y me their last activities of the year, the band l ' cl for the M 1 i . peara al? C fin r wery or the ents f ITI mP C0 any In lfoul R011 Haber Russell james V Albert S Petersen Ross Alfcrn Patterson Kurtz Howe Stclovn Parks Thompson Landslxron R ll 7 ferrmn D Petersen Patton Hopkins Schultz lxuchcnhccker Pansch M Albert Halxerson Chudacoff Dans Stuf Webb Mxcdlte LIVELY MUSIC FROM PEP BAND lhe Pep Band 1 selected group dxrected hv lherc ns also .1 begnnners hand for those who mush Bruce Stelow helped our school sp1r1t by pl nynng, to he ln the band but hase had no expcrxence for basketball games and PCP Bsemblles Irom the first mtermnss1on program at a foot band tralnmg m seventh and exghth grade or haxe prouded 1 vsealth of entertamment had prnvate lessons before entermg hxeh school Lrau nuxed up musxc 6 I- ,Z 1 ., ff. , .-. ' . q A . .5-A Q k-1, . 'Q 1 A . f' 1 -. k . A , v Q , .'-' .D ' 4 , -A fl , Q 1 , 2 ' 1 ' .L . ' .I , 4 1 1 ' ' 2 1 A . A ' I A 7' ' ' 1 - ' ' 2 Y' 7 ' 1 , , 1 V, 1 ' I . 2 A . I ' ' ' 2 , . . Both bands are open to those who have had ball game to graduation exercises, the hands have 'Qs 'Q , V. 4 I V I J 4, I A , Y ' Ami, ffl, 5 to ' 0 .4 7 , 1 l - J- 'N ,- Ifnnt Ron R1chardson Carroll Mlllar Holewmskl Harp r frawford Mueller Bloek Coy Moore Hedlund Kltchln Page Mueller Brnen R114 7 M1ssHaase Muth S OLeary Roou ,I Mueller Metz E OLeary Hoover Albert Ratzbury Bxrmmgham lxllnker Lmtner jones Abendroth Norman Hetgl Riu 5 Barr Metz K Lange Leaman Below P Pierce Ruthxen Bunker Faulks M Sehulz Grygny Rohde H Rau 4 Nxelson Robmson Haldemann Den Dooxen Phelfer Anderson Brandt Crrlmes Frakes Zehner Stmskn Schnender lxrablean ACTIVE GIRLS JOIN GAA Wlth el1g1b1l1ty open to all g1rls 1n hrgh school letrcs to encourage good sportsmanshnp, to create the Gnrl s Athletle Assocnatnon IS one of the out an mterest m rmprovmg health and also to support stmdmg sehool orgamzatlons It works hard to all sehool athletlc events promote mterest and partxcxpatlon of gurls nn ath Mardee Rhode served as the presrdent thls year Iron! Rau Hartheld johnson Olson Nelson Bork WICCRLFI G Mueller Gulhckson Boelter DeBrolta Chudacoff Graxerson Pahlow Peterson Zwlckey Rau 7 IN Thermansen Wesenberg Chrlstopher Rutkus Krelss Westfahl Horn Burnside Larson O Lange Kurtz Mentlnk J Thermansen Atkms Pyott Paff Rau 5 N Hammel D Hammel Sptegelberg Kreuter Rather Ellxott j Page Krueger Lyon Traas Neubauer Cas person Frederxck Albert Paul Ron 4 Pantton Parks Kessler Boehm j Pneree Stecker Malouf Ltndskron Lauson Kehl Wollerman Erdmann Schaefer Kerrlgan Wenneche 64 at ' I A at I .. - . - A W . ,, Q .. J ' A H N . f J x 1- e , 1 ' - Q Q . . :. . Q Q Q Q Q Q Q Q Q r 1 I - , Q 4 ' 11 1 ' ' . ' I " 9 9 ' H V ' q 1 ' 9 Q I 9 I . Q Q . . . . if 1 , gr A .A 1 vp .3 'f .Q . Q Q a l ' H 1 ' I 1 Q ' V 1 7 Q ' 1 1 1 ' Schulz ' S 7 I Q A li 1 A9 I 1 9 A! I I u 1 . 5 2 . 1 . C ' l 1 ' I Q v Q . . " . . ' ' . ' . ' . ' Q . , , Q Q Q . . V ' '. . -' I - -- - Q Q Q Q . Q Q Q Q - Q , 9 ' 9 1 I 1 ' 5 - Q - , Q . . Q - Q Q Q Q Q ' I 3 U S ' - Q Q Q Q - Q Q Q 2 - - - Q ' Q Q Q Q . lront Rou Bork McConnell Sewerson Krcnlcel Schultz Home Lamb Schanlcc Kuchnl Ross johnston Chappell Hoffman Rusch Thorson R 11 Sandcrfoot Sanders Kressc Porath Drew M Kochn Dawson Lhristcnscn Wcrling Zitlcman Hedberg Goetz Randall Landig Knocdlcr Tews R ll 5 Porter Cumings Bauman Van Alstmc Ahrcns Handlcr johnson Swcnson lN Bull Robcrts Wlsixlcr Nlalouf lxopltzkc Darlmg Ron 4 Malchow A Bull Pctcrson Quadc Brady Barncs Brown R lxochn lhompson Landslcron ling treasurer and Lllen Barnes 1nd Diane Land skron wcre the point recorders Thc girls participated in such games as field hockey volleyball basketball ping pong softball and tennis The annual G A A dance was a success again this year Ar the end of the year we enjoyed thc banquet which climaxed all our activities assisted by various sports heads 'Ihe 1954 55 sport heads were Faith Qu :dc Rita Heigl Shirley De Broke Audrey Paul Barbara Paff Sandra Peterson Bexerly Brakes Virginia Alberts and Sue Chudacofl The C1 A A has again proved to be worthwhilc and it will continue to be successful in the coming year Ros s for the team Socko Wc sing for supper o '.?: ' ' . ' 1 I A '- ' . , - ' . ' ' . l ' ' " . ' ' - l ' ' , . o ' 1 , r h '. ' u' . ' ' ', ' X, ' ' . J , " ' . '. . ' ', ' ' . Susan O'Leary acted as vice-presidentg Pat Wer- Miss Haase was the advisor to this club and was , ' 4 2 . . - ' . , ' . .. ' X- . x - - . v . 1. 1 Q I 2 A' . . 7 . Y . ' v 1 s a VY 9 7 1 K 7 y Q r ' ' ' . . l L ' ' 8. s a L L . . 1 Q - V , ' 9 A 2? av if ' ' V' 1 .Mi -65- f I ' ' - A l lnrml Ron Rutleus Metz james Mueller Paff DeBrolea St Hensen Parrnsh Tuschholf Pyott Borgen Beach Graham Rnchardson Lenz Ru: 7 Mr Dunwxddxe Landskron Zabel Darlmg Rohde Seggelmg Stmslu OLeary Goetz Arnold Stoegbauer Wlcxnske Chrxstopher Thermansen Gnbson Roblnson Metz Haldemann Den Doowen Coyle R u 5 johnson Phexfer Pandrew Pxerte Alfertxg J Zabel Hutchnns Murphy Falck Roberts Wohlers Schloemer Erdmann Be-xmborn Elss R111 I Schmxdt Schaefer Kerrxgan Quade Martm Parker Sund Brown Hrubeelty Panseh Pierce PEP CLUB SPARKS SCHOOL SPIRIT Thus year under the guldance of Mr Dunwnd Promote good sportsmanshlp by example due the Pep Club was agam successful IH Carrylng and xnfluenee out nts mam Obj6CIlV9S Each member of the club worked hard to 1 Support school acnvmes wxth enthusxasm Hngh School 'md other schools Promote better relauons between Neenah lrrn1tRou Lex1ttAlfer1 Russell Millar MeKellxps Coy lxoepke Hartflel johnson 'Ihorson C Page Pasternocle Burr Sxlxander Krablean Zabel Krueger Leaman Hansen Faulks Rau 3 Swxchtenburg Alfertlg Kosloske Hansen Bull lxofler M Neubauer Bollerman Nielsen Abendroth Hoppe Mxller Coenen Rnu -I Roberts Lund B Neubauer Peterson Zemert Pawlovsskl Rather Snyder Thompson mah Umm 66 '3 ' -I '- - '. ' . ". ff ' l . 1 N Q Q ' Q ' ' - S ' 1 . Q Q I S S 7 S 9 I I I V 9 4 0 ' 1 . ' . ,H ' . , . . . H . H ' , . I 4 V I . A 5 . . . . , . Q . T. , q Q Q Q .. ,V W , . . - 1 . . l . - 2. . s u C 1 . v: 4 -. ' A ., "4 q . r . - S . 4 v' r A f A' 1 4 ' ' ' S - ' . 1 A. 1 1 'V v 1, ,, . Rau' 2: Lange, Terrlan, Kopitzke, Sauer, Blajeski. Elliott. Farley, Aderhold, O'Leary, Dawson, Buchanan, j. Page, , Q 4. . V , .. , Q . . . Q . - , z , Q . A. ,. , . v , .Q . , , . , . , Q ., , . ' ., ,ex - A , ,H T -.... W. g Q , X g , X 1' , Eff! fr ? , , 5 . 3 -. W ' l ' ' i W 1 ,, ,, 1 I . at S .. ' ' 1 4' , u ' gt vi J 'A V .Q ' 15 Q -. ' Q 4 K 0 ,, , , , , 'W' M fly? fl' Iron! Rau Sanderfoot Bull Clow Ambroso Bork julnus Keherlem Popp Kruse Tesch Chnstensen Turkon Tews Chudacoff Harper Kon 2 Rau 3 Plerce Hexgl Schultz Frederxck Kehl the electlons Gordxe Falck was elected presn dent B111 Sund vnce presndent Bev Metz secre tary and Gmny Den Dooven treasurer Mary Ad erhold Dxane Rutkus and Sue Atkms served as executxve board members The bng event of the Pep Club year was home commg Ruthne Pyotr was chosen queen whxle an Ruthven Sherry Spnegelberg and Manfred Block were her attendants Float honors thus year went to the Bxology C lub for fnrst place semor class second Homccomlng royaltx Spxcgclbcrg Pyott Ruthxcn Block Kruegcr Atluns N Hammel Hclnz Klmker Lamb l'alck Suerson Wxeckert Werlxng Kurtz Kuehnl Bxrmmgham Rouse Schneider Horn Wenneche Pantton Ruthxen Norman D Hammel Lyon P Mortensen Zeuthen Martmy Garlock Grunska Below and the G A A won thnrd place The Pep Club was responsxble for some of our pep assemblxes as well as unter school relatxons the conference track meet buses to out of town games school servxce and fund rarsmg projects and entertamment between halves of the basketball games Every member enjoyed bcmg 1 part of the 1934 1955 Pep Club and lt ns to be congratulated for nts outstanding and worthvshnle work Brxsk husmess for boostcr badges Good doughnuts for good guys 5 'tn 141 QQV' N 1, Y, ' ' , ,J V ' - 'Q .. U 1 J h 4 . A , O 'Q - ' , ' ' 3 , l xl , 4 , ..., , , wi' t : T . A t C , L i ,f , X- I ' A . L ,h .1 t . . ,N , 4 vt' x Nj' " E ' ff. - - - - ' A' , ' s .qf-4 ' I V. 1 . . 1 . . ' I ' . ' . - r . ' ', , . . " . , . . , V I Q q U 9 . . . Rau' 4: Kessler, Parks, Lauson. Peterson, Grimes, Miedke, Flesch, G. Mortensen, Tollette, Brandt, Zehner, Frakes, . ln ' ' '- . . . ' ' . Q 1 ' R Y s ' 3 ' ' N ' 9 3 Y I , Q . . , . I . r . A. 2 . l V - ,v . . i A , ' , ' I . ' I ' l ' '. - a 5 1 1 v Q v s ' - - 1 - - ' ' r, 'Z 2 k I ,H M 'C f , 9,1 . 1 In ' ' -. ' .1 . 4 ' Lf Al g' w 4 Sz C? 5 ' . ' .. . M5 f v 1 ' , n . fs N , 5 v x A .1 C 1 ' A 1' ' - Q, , 'CN to ' 'a wr 2 'K if ,671 H Iron! Rau Heigl Landig Abendroth Schankc Lamb Shadduck Russell Burr Schultz Goetz Kuehnl Muth Krueger Norman Bunker Rau 7 Mr Gerhard! Sawtell Mortensen Larson Traas Pierce Schulz Lemke Elliott Jensen Speigelberg Hammcl Ruthwen Horn Wenneche Parks Hilliker Hoppe Rm 3 Monard jones Frederick Below Lyon Erdmann Kerrigan Alfertig Rielsberg Manteufel Wolfgram Coencn Olson Kaufman Frakes Pheifer Kessler Williams Salm R011 -I Kallln Mentink Grunska Miller Bull Stuebs Bexmborn Dixon Behrens Lund Brown Lauson Tandrey Buchanan Swichtenberg Brockman CONSERVATION CLUB BREAKS RABBIT RECORD Mr Gerhardt is the advisor of the Conservation Club which is one of the school s largest and bus lest groups This year the organization boasted 222 members To help high school students realize the im portance of conservation work by taking a part in nctivities centered around this held is the main pur se Rabbit trapping bird feeding field trips tree planting photography and art work are a few of the various activities that the club sponsors hours of work he does while an A rating requires one hundred and twenty hours of work 'lhese grades are placed on each members permanent Iron! Rau Chappell Hansen Christiansen Clow Farley Popp Block Kresse Ratzburg Christensen Boelter Thor son Hedlund Rau 7 Dick Remmel D Dixon Rusch Hedburg Siuert Marnny Dayid Rcmmel Vogt Beimborn Albers Schaefer Krueger OLeary Stilp Smarunski Riu 5 Thompson Benedict Coyle Schroeder J Dixon Eakc Brandt Grimes Fenskc Schwandt Bermger Squires Dordel Run -I Flesch Yemert Kuchenbecker Eiss Kuehl Schulz Johnson Courtney Pansch Neubauer Kelly Miller Kettner i lf' R- t, Q 1 l 1 . 2 . - 3 i Q .5 y M 4 4. 'Z i v . u 1 'AQ ' v V1 -U' v - 'Q As 9 v U V I V ': ' I 7 1 U .ii 1 9 Q Q 'I y I V I A I V S 1 ' 9 1 Q I i 1 1 V 7 l 1 U ' . Q 1 1 9 I I Y A 1 T .U ' 1 7 ' S V 5 V Z 1 I U V I Q I 9 O 1 h 9 9 V U 4 V7 I . . . , . . , . y ' ' I . 9 ' - - - Each member receives a B rating for every sixty 1 i I . n o , . ' . P0 n K 'l 'I Q v N . . v L v V, n 'q w Q i N Q - ' . d ,Q h va H' ' 4 ' is . rl s . -63- lion! Ron Larson P johnson Kltchln Handeysxde Page Lange Krenger Collms Graham Bork Bauman john ston Rather Rnu 7 Stecleer Alfertxg Burnslde Labre Frank Reuss Gerrxts D Nlelsen Stxlp Lauger Hxldehrand Strutz Yxtelman Steffensen Rru 5 Quade Gerhardt Boehm Rutkus Dombrowskx lxrablean K Nxelsen D Hammel Wxlson Thomas Kchl Wetnke Kuchenbecker R011 4 l-lammlll Peotter Sehmxdt Roberts Pneree Klasetter Schaefer Pmgel L johnson Newton lxlxtzke Schultz record Card A member automattcally recetves fif teen points a year for yommg the club In thus may an mactlve member ean obtam a B ratmg through out hrs four years tn hngh school Sponsormg three dances after basketball games Tomorrow Camp at Pagle Rlver Another event ts the famous Chtll Supper where elub awards are made 'I his year ack Hammnll broke the all school rftbbnt trapptng record by capturmg 87 bunmes The officers thts year are Alfred Kuckenbecl-ter prestdent Tom W nesner vlce president Nancy lxaufman secretary and Nancy Hammel treasurer The board members are Mary Sttnskt and Bob juntors Don Kuchenbeeker and udy Alfertxg sophomores and Fllen OLe1ry and on Stxlp freshmen lrm1tRrm Cracldock 'luschhotlf Popp DeBroka Pyott Thermansen Loehnlng, Landskron lxoehn lxrelss Arnold Schneider Pnngel Carroll jost R Il 7 Leach P Schulz Wlctnskn johnson Sorensen Roau jultot Peck Chuclacoff Kurtz Alfert jones OLeary Peapenburg Faulks Otis julxus R u 3 Whnter Anderson A Schultz Metz Lange Brnen Leaman Blrmmgham McConnell Lxntner Grygny Stlnskx Barr Wexnman Roblee R011 Stelow Gibson 4 Shroeder Blender Wxesner Tyrner Hesselman lxuchenbeeker Arnemann Seggelxnle Voigt Buser Jensen I -69 fl- l 5 H ., -. 'V s s y A 1 A . V' I r . A A ' ' - lf ' ' 1 O . S . A , A A Q ' u ' 3 , 7' . sy Y I . i 1 . ,iv ,. K A X , 1 , fi l T , 1 V N I . 2 A . 4 ' 1 1 ' 9 - Q 'Z v - 1 S ' ' enabled the club to send seniors to the Trees for Pansch, seniorsg Daryl Jensen and Bev Frakes, A 1 Z . u . . 3 x l J . , ' ' . . ' '. ' . Al , 7' 'I . ' . . . ' '. ' . ' ' , ' ' '. I . ' ' . ' . f2'-2 ' . . . M A e , . 4. .I . '. -. ' '. nf ' V ' ' , H x r J ' . Q F , , . , L A A ,ki D front Ron Popp E Schultz Julxot Grempel Swentner Steffenson Hammtll Faulks Falch P Schulz Keberlexn Collins Lange Russell Boelter Rau Frdmann SI1l'lSlxl B Metz Page Chrxstensen Ross Albcrt Goetz Mr Gundlath M Albert Patterson Arnold Laursen Leach Onstad J A Pxerce Halle Ron 5 Malchow Jean Zibel Larson Sharpless Buss Grgny Lange Seggelxng Fandrey P Schultz McCunn Petersen Olson Jlll Zabel Bumborn Roll -I Stxlp Wrlson Petersen Johnson Stalow Courtney 7emcrt G Schultz Schweitzer J Pxerce Benedict lxrueger Garlock BIOLOGY CLUB MEMBERS ENJOY CHICAGO TRIP The Bnology Club IS open to all Neenah Hugh Gundlach Davnd Peterson acted as presndent, Mary School students mterested ln furthering thexr Albert vice presndent Ellen Schultz, secretary, Bl0lOglC'1l hobbres Robert Graham treasurer and Kay Thompson, Thls orgamzatnon 15 under the dnrectxon of Mr pomt recorder Imul Ron Tharmanscn Schankc Spxcgelhcrg., lxrcngar Randall Thorson Burr 7ntLlman Flwood Gulllckson Krelss Burnsldc McKLll1ps Rou 7 lxesslcr Chrlstmnson Parks Richardson Harper Wcgc Mahoney Frledlun Graham Achterberg Mueller Howe Rather Caspcrson Rou 5 P Metz Mortensen Jachnxg Ponto Mocrsth Gibson Murphy Snyder Anderson Rexerson Sawtcll KlCllSZLW skx Schaefer Rau 4 Bellach Pansch Dixon Bouquet Johnson Tollette Quade Paul 70 I - I Y W . in E A ' . 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R014 Kreuter J Hoffman Gorgenson Mentmk Blanes Nirllar Swenson Bull Davsson Lmtner Tlpler I-led lund Kerrlgan Ron 7 Stecker Petersen R Barnstable S Sehultz Andersen D Hoflman Wfhltnes D Barnstable Hxldebrand R Barnstable Smarzmskl Mexer Baxer Cole lxehl Rau 3 lxellx Breaker .I Sehultz Porter Frederick Brads Quade Kxrchgeorg lx Thompson Boehm Snyder R Thompson Kuchenbeeker Performmg warnous b1olog1eal proyeets eonstx tutes the program of the elub ntself Club mem bers aceordnng to the1r lnterests carry on nutrn non expernments grow and care for plants spot hnrds dlsseet smaller annmals make a study of troplcal fish md any other project conneeted snxth the club Fnrst Plaee Float more leaks Xmas dance '1 , , Other actnmes the members had a chance to partncxpate 1n were hnkes the Chrrstmas Party Chleago trxp magazine sales and other bxologlcal ILIINIKICS 'Ihe members were awarded pomts for the XFlI'l0llS projects ln whleh they partnenpated Successful expernmenters Back ln sour eage .f 0 l l ' Q, 4 k t , g , X, 1 -, 'X' N U ' Y ' F 1 ' r ' 1 , 1 ' Q. . h k 1 . 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A 5 w ,ar ' Anderson Haldemann Kaufman Wxcnnske johnson Borgen Mr Spoo PSX CHOMETRY CLUB 'lhe Psychometry Club IS another one of our serwlee clubs at Neenah Hngh School The mem bers under the gurdance of Mr Spoo do secretar ml work by ass1st1ng ln the guldance offnce 'lhls elub IS open to my senlor girl who as talemg offlce practlce and who has 1 free pernod xx hen Mr Spoo IS 1n the offnee SAFETY CLUB 'l he Safety Club IS under the gundance of Mr Chrnstoph Ron Koerner IS presldent B111 Kallm xxce presldent and Dorothy Lange IS secretary treasurer The members are dnvxded mto fue commlttees bxeyele automobile grounds blllldlflg and tmffnc Iron! 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Cx ' f X , Iii? 0 C 9 L 5 4 O O -' V! fy an AW n 'W If ...A llllllf R011 D Armitoslu aehmg., Hllllter Pmgel B Hardell 'NI johnson Dllfll Rasmussen Perry Mortensen R114 Nlr lxrxuse Pxeree Vol tmln lilele Winter Roblee Vogt D ohnson WlllldH1S lande lenxlte R114 5 Breaker Molzovw l' Armitoslu Arndt Plrleer lxrner VU Hlrelell Strluser LIBRARX CLUB Agam thxs past year student llbrarlans haxe dSSlSI6d Mr Bunker, the llbrarxan by yyorkmg nn the lxbrary durmg thelr free periods Any student yy ho mamtamed at least a B average .md was wxll mg to work was weleomed to be A member ln Deeember tl Pre Cl1I'lSII11lS Party was held for the t1ss1stants md thexr guests ln Mly 1 Senior Banquet yy as gnen for graduatmg llbrarmns PROJECTION CLUB The members of the Proyectxon Club offer thenr serylce to teachers and elass groups yuth 1LldlO usual equnpment They also care and sery 1ee the equlpment and take care of the audxo VlSllTll room 'lhe group works under the dlreetxon of Mr lxrause lhxs year there were twenty mne members from all four el asses Membershnp for the club 15011 A xolunteer basis Imul Rau A Pleree Parrxsh lxruse Chrlstensen Den Dooyen Rau Petersen Brezmskx Horn Nluth Ross Popp Krexss Bunker Abendroth llelou Rm 3 Courtney Mr Bunker Fuszard 'fr nf. 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Rau Gibson Krusc johnson Burr Schultz jcnkms Hlntz Albcrt Popp Rxchardson R111 7 Mr rnstoph Otxs Paff Norman Wlntcr Peapcnburg Wcnnman OLcarx Sharplcss Vogt Rru 3 Erdmann Bramcr Wxlllams Ycuthcn Holz Larson Hutchlns Murphx Goctz R011 4 Lcaman Martm Sund Andcrscn Plcrce IN EACH HALL A MONITOR Acting as receptnonxsts and gLllLleS for all v1s ltors asslstlng teachers wxth errands helpmg stu dents who 1re suck 'md supervnsmg the Corrxdors durmg classcs and fnrc drllls are some of the hall momtors dunes In the f1lI Mr Chrlstoph thc 1dv1sor chose jumor and semor students to full thcsc momtorlal posts In lClLllIl0l'l to the regultr hall momtors flfty five othcr students did substxtute duty It varxous tnmcs Fveryone .lpprcclltcs the capable ISSISIRHLC of these students ln kecplng our corridors qulet and neat lfont R011 Lang.,c Scggcllng Onstad Lcach Rohdc Chrlstophcr Tcrrlan Rohlcc Stlnsltx Rnu 7 Bclmborn Haldcmann 7abel Page Holcombe Schnxeder Rcmhardt Lxon Robxnson Fandrcs Stuehs Rru 3 Pawlowskx Hart Fcnsl-tc Stelovs Barnes Neubauer Faulks P1ng,cl Schrocdcr -eq, '1 73 9 ., , I f.-A lr A ' A : Z . Y. S ' f It , 0 1 , ' 'Z - . -2 1 Q Q ' ' . - ' . . - 1'-: .Ch . .. . . 1. ' . ' . '. I' I t ' '. -. V' A . . . ' . ' - A U 1 ' I -, ', . . . . . 1 - l ' 1 l . , O Y- , I - . .. 2 . 2 -I . .Q . . . f- 1 L '1 4 1 4 - . . . Q, L I . X . . 1 I 1 I , , .-2 . -, 2 - . ' , ' . K I . . j . 1 . , , 1 , . " 'I ' 'N ' ' . . . " ' . '. A . ' . ' '. I ' , . .' . , ' ,' . ' .. ,, -. . . . . K - . . . , , . . 1. I ' I ' '. . ' '. . . '. ". ' ' ,n , .,s, V .,,., V 4' 4, ,ew ,Q sw ' Q '39 I 1 . M, , 7 vw ,, , R, L I sg, 9 .V ,, 1 I w I v , 74' lgwjff .. I fa' ,f I 'I I Wu. I L, . 4, V , .f, f , if I. 'a' , , V .L A , ' 4 . f . , Q- . 3 vp I 1 5 -.3 I' 'R " - rv, . 7 f I .I i . , ' 5 7 I I Y Ifrmt R011 Suexert Leaman Grygny Page Vogt Rau Sorensen Onstad Kruse Ruchardson Mr Schuknecht Leach Bruen lxrtsse Peterson USHERS CLUB Ihe purpose of thus club us to offer assustance to Neenuh Hugh School actuvutues by usherung at football and basketball games the Rotary Serues Thespuan plays and graduatuon exercuses The Ushers Club us under the durectuon of Mr Schuknecht Bev Leach serves as presudent and us assusted by C1rol Vogt vuce presudent and Luz Ie1m'un secretary treasurer 'I he club us open to all gurls Those admuttecl to thc club 1re choosen by the present members HOME ECONOMICS CLUB One of the busuest clubs un school us the Home Fconomucs Club Any gurl un school us welcome to youn Thus year the gurls elected Glorua Huntz presudent Frances Levutt vuce presudent, and Yvonne Meunuer, secretary Muss Gulluckson was theur advusor The obyectuves of the club are to be of servucc to the school and communuty and to teach the Durung the Chrustmas season the Home Icon omucs Club gave a Chrustmas party for some dc servung chuldren Iufmt Ron Huntz Boushley Bruce Crxstal Koepke Gulluckson jcnscn Claudua Kocpke Brooks Lexutt Veeser Jen kuns Elmer Lochnung Rm 7 Domhrowsku Wulson Paulson Bchnkc Beach Page Iuluus Dommcr Fara Lchl Bcckcrson Muss Gulluckson 76- 2 1 1 I . - 4 I . . . 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Q I n A l u lront Rau Wollerman Fara Thorson Rutkus Leach Schloemer Below Gorgenson De Lapp Ron Den Dooven Kerrrgan Arnold Wohld Roberts Carroll Gullrckson E Leaman Koehn Krausc Schaefer Zltelman Schanke Thomas Kcberlem Robinson FUTURE TEACHERS OF AMERICA The mam objectxve of the Future Teachers of N H S ns to develop socnabllnty and mterest nn the teachmg professnon oyce Arnold Ellzabeth Lea year s steermg commxttee and they orgamzed monthly meetings rn varxous schools Semor members vlslted elementary class rooms one day each week and assrsted rn the actnvxtles of the class In May a tea was sponsored by the A A U W for thxs orgamzatxon F OREN SICS 'lhe mam objective of Forenslcs IS to provide opportumtres for public speaknng to gne mdnnd ual trarmng to students mterested rn speech worl-. dence whcn speakmg before an audnence Actxvmes that the club partxclpates rn are League Dlstrlct and State Contests Mud Eastern Forensxcs Conference Speech Banquet nn the Sprmg and presentatxons of declamatnons at local club meetmgs Iron! Rau Mnss Broetzman Chudacoff Bull Knrchgeorg Porter Shaefer Quade Larson Aggers Ron Graham Schanke Fowler Helgl Crawford Schloemer Eake Mledke D Leaman Bouquet Schultz Ross Krexss Drew Thorson Wexgt Bunker Garlock , 9. ' - . , , . " . 1 9 7 A 1 D V V V ' U V 1 U - J 9 ' K l rl man, Judy 'lhorson, and Judy DeLapp were this and to help students acqunre ponse and self confr- . . . , . .N g . I I , . . , . , R ' I ' . 7. ' - ., " . S 9 9 l 7 9 Y 1 9 ' V 7 1 V Y Y 7 9 9 I -77- l 'Q 5' a ,s '- fur Wann-v 11 A 5-mxfrx You I .2 Hnuxlufs Nn:-uw n' 9-mln!! 'fL:rw1 0. raw us- .4 uf .4 p-44 H'M,:9'n 48 'mm 14 i Skate vi NUM!!! I h,al ATHLETICS CHAMP ONS CONFERENCE MID-EASTERN Snh C Ihde Hrubcclu Andcrscn Neuh mr Ahcrs Parr sh Hmug lxlauttur Ma Lhow Ang: bund lxur gan C auger lxrus un! Ro I B Lnknr dr W Lsnnr M Kuah Wil ng La Rua. C uurtnq 5 Ke Mo L m lxgttnu M mrtnnsen Pngg ups mn aah 'Ih C 7 Ro aah P4 r gr C s De Lapp Cyrunska M nr ack Dax BL Bened Lt D Schu tl St ef D cdr ch x andcr Ss rndx Coach Braun WLC. Ro 1 ahrnnkrug Hdbgr Mart m ami Thompion St p Hoppe M rtn Murphx XX S I' Mans Huuh ns 4 W ngcn R o VARSITY GRIDDERS XVIN THE CROXVN om pson erry I 1C f C3 EI1 C D INR YD I I FS I th 11 Lfut ng d by P f CJ L L Ill! :L LL U FL I L L... -L4 1 VVTS HZIH1 f e Sa-4 -1 -1 -v-Q ,-4 CXCL LII! cf the r exu. HC e can wel be proud of omr fghr ng Rodxcrs coachmg staff VCU i o P JI At Fr 5 hovs pot' CL - n-1 wa- a 7Zeemz4, op to bottom: Left In right Neenah l Menasha Neenah l Shawano Necnah Kaukauna Neenah Nccnah Nccnah Necnah Eye to Eye End of the Line Rockets on the IN Twinkle Toes Bye Bye Blueiay s 70614 dat game XXL FL proud of I nm Par lxkg Lhamps t 0 4 The pausg that relaus I Hang on box A rk pruu m IIL 11 Ch.m1p1onsh1p Dm 7 Dont worn umgh 'lrappcd 8 . 1 ' h' . 2. Q2 "- ' ' ', 0 Y . ' ' . 1. ' , 1 I. I. XY' 7 - Li Af l 'I . 5. Q ' V A ' '. ' ' ' ' ' . R. 4' f - 3- ew gaze dpalleca ame 9 Front Rau Klem Thompson Slmons Tollette F Seggelmk Dxxon Newton Quade Pansch Herrlott Grles Bemowskn R ll Meyer Pontow Stllp Wxdeman Eastman Van Oudenhoyen Olson Plucker Beyer Benmborn Welsner Coach Shepard R u 5 jack W Schultz Mxller K1tch1n I. Seggelmk Berxnger Carlson Meyer Den Dooyen OBrien Syrmg Fischer Rau 4 Werllng Thorpe Sturgis Anderson S Schultz Frantart Sthmxdt Bylow Povynell Brehm THIRTY FROSH GRIDDFRS XVIN EMBLEMS lhe Neenah freshman football squad won thlrd plate nn the Fox Valley Freshman League losmg two games and wmnmg four Thlrty freshman out of the fnfty that reported for football earned enough pomts to recelce thexr Frosh emblem 'Ihe NVQ? stored with thxs play boys under the coathmg of Charlle Shepard and ohn Harrns completed a season of which to be proud 'lhelr strong showmg this year promxses a bnght future for football at Neenah Hugh Ne. nah Ntenah Nunah Necnah Necnah Nltenah 83 FROSH SCHEDULE Wxlson Jr Hxgh 'yILKmley Rooseyelt jr Hugh lxnmberly lxaukauna Nlenasha .. .1 , ,z ' Q: 1 1 .Q ,W .,' 1 -x .I A -,L 5 'W 5 Q 0 '32 ', . ', ' ' . , '. q , '. ' . 0'Z'..'v.1'v- ','. .",' '.".' 4 , S 1 J 1 ' . , . -2 -6 't . ' -'-19 1 -' V .lf Y I ' ., -26 f' , , . T9 ' , -54 . 1 We will chez you Kneeluzg E1ss Coach Jorgensen 1-Iutchms Standmg Kelley lbda. Malthow Wnllrng Wxcsner Znetlow Andersen Parker Sund Kerrxgan Mortensen Thomsen Two poxnts we needed VARSITY HAS EXCITING SEASON The 19541955 varsnty basketball team concluded the season wnth a conference record of ten wms and four losses for the posmon of second place In non conference play the team had four wms and were undefeated We met our peak of success by beatmg Kxmberly by a score of snxty five to fifty six 'lhe team elected Harland Zxetlow a guard as the Most Valuable Player and Honorary Captain and he also recexved the free throw trophy Rufus lhde was credlted wlth the most asslsts for the season and Tom Malchovs was th1s years hlgh scorer The team provlded Neenah spectators w1th numerous thrrlls and several close games We congratulate the 1954 55 team for thenr undymg competmon and sportsmanshlp VARSITY SCHEDULE Neenah 56 Wis. Rapids 54 Neenah 63 Kaukauna 76 ' 63 54 ' 65 54 65 ' 59 ' 55 6-1 71 48 72 ' 65 I ' 55 62 1 C0 ' 62 76 ' ' 62 ' 34 6-1 67 ' I 51 56 ' ' 61 ' 54 ' 60 ' Neenah Neenah Neenah Neenah Neenah Nleenah Neenah Neenah Neenah 7 C Rlpon Appleton Klmberly New London 'Vlenasha Shawano 1 Fond du Lac Cllntonvllle Neenah Neenah Neenah Neenah Neenah Neenah Neenah Neenah Regional I ournument Kaukauna Neenah 81 I Two Rnvers Kxmberly New London Menasha Shawano Clmtonvnlle Kaukauna Two Rivers Klmberly g fm Me ' A L nu s mn u 13, Iurmug, xhg uthu L n lx 4. 0 th una ll uh Irwin s Fw I XY" I 'h If lt' hut! -L U4 I ' cr du it 1 min. ', ' 1 4 A h 'c Ixssm points for Nm-crmh. 5. Outta mhc xuxyf H. Ifirxr and lun S Ify - n c bull. fv. WI ' "1 ' gn! U. Cyl Q-' 'r . 4 you gil Culbertson Radtke Muller Lossc 7ucthcn Hrubcsln Kurtz Krueger Bc-llack Dans lxuehl Schultz johnson lxneelmg Coach Shepard A B TEAM XVITH A STING Under the gundance of Coach Charlle Shepard the unxor Varslty basketball team managed to take thnrd place ID the conference by wmnmg enght out of then' exghteen games and losmg ten The B schedule was as follows Neenah Wxsconsnn Rapxds Neenah Kaukauna Rlpon Neenah Neenah Two RIVCFS Appleton Neenah ' Kimberly Neenah Neenah New London Menasha Neenah Menasha Neenah Shawano Neenah Shawano Neenah Neenah Clmtonullc Fond du I IL Neenah Kflulnuna Neenah Neenah Clmtonvllle 'l wo Rnvers Neenah Huddle Mxllcr drxbblu lxughl scrccns for lxruLg.,Lr SJ 4 74 l 31 ' ' ' 24 38 51 ' 35 51 43 ' 55 42 40 ' -i6 41 Neenah 42 Kimberly 29 Neenah 5-1 New London 27 51 f -i0 '16 45 ' -19 1 51 f 62 . 50 -15 -fl . Sl , ' " - -il .2 ' 38 56 . '. 1 55 30 61 , ' ' 50 ' ' -H 57 y , 4.- l f Md 74946 Front Rou Meyer Schultz Sxmons Began Anderson Wxesner Brehm Werlxng Mxller OBrien Plucker Rou 2 Mr Porter Thomsen Tollette Schmxdt Syrmg Bemowskl Fischer Bylow Pansch Den Dooxen Klenn Carlson Seggelmk Armatoskx CHEERS FOR FROSH BASKETBALL CHAMPIONS Coach Tom Porters freshman basketball team 'lhe frosh schedule was 1s follows brought glory to Neenah Hugh when they ned for Neenqh Rooseyelt first place nn the Fox R1ver Vallev Freshman Con Neeflah C New Imldfm Neenah ' Wnlscmn Neenah Kfunkaun 1 boys on the squad recelved emblems on the basis Neenah Ixnmberly Neenah MLKlUlLy Neenah Men1sh1 Out of twelve games our frosh lost only one lyeenah New London of tlme played durmg the season game to Roosevelt The teams whxch Neenah de Nefnah ROOSCWIY Neenah Kaukauna Neenah NIcK1nley Kimberly McK1nley Menasha and New London Neenah Menasha A long stretch Locker room line up Two hands two pomts feared were New London Wxlson Kaukauna 87 ' ' . 51 ' 10 ' ' , 61 . 26 . ' 40 ' 29 ference with Roosevelt of Appleton. Most of the ,H I , I 21 . . 57 ,. 'Y 28 - - -17 ' ' ' ' 21 ' 41 .. . 58 ' 56 51 , A ' , gil Y 28 . 42 . 29 ' ' ' , 47 . ' f 27 G 1 . s 1 . ' a4f 2447 -- , . Y. 1 J V A17 X l 1 N 1 Q I . ' ' . f ., , t at I " -- .- A s I . ,1J.y 5 Mr , . . I , X 1' I l N v ' f ., g .. . - " 4' -. - 1 A 'fl X ' 4 I . - . , W I .' 1 . l ,V I I- ' . Qu I A 1 A - . 4 . t A .' I , ' , , , ' I 9 . -'A K . . . ' ' ,, . ' E , A . g Q . g 3 - .1 Y 1' , 4 , 4 In ,L . , I I I p R - A , 1,5 ' . f -mv' ' . . u 1 t I . div 1 Kneeling' Westphal Marty Bnolo Mortcnscn Malchow Zlctlow Franzcn Sxfdlldlllg Grescnz Sorensen Coach Williams Parker Petersen Angell Yucthcn Achtcrbcrg Kosloskc Wege Kurtz XVE NET THE CONFERENCE CHAMPIONSHIP A very successful season vsas agam enyoyed by thelr opponents except Menasha Watxwatosa and the Neenah Tennls team durmg the 1954 season Shofewood Fxght players were awarded letters They 1n cluded Alex Btolo 'Iom Malchovx Harland 7let low Gordon Mortenson Barry Franzen Bob Fast Conference ChamP10n5 Gresenz Tom Zuethen and Inm Sorensen The twenty s1x partncnpants elected Alex Bnolo Congratulatlons to Coach Wxllnams and h1s as their captain and he led the team to defeat all vunnmg team Coach Ivan Wlll1amS and h1s players came through vuth ten wms against three losses to become Mud Coach Wxllnams and netters Malchow Mortensen and Ynctlow admire the trophy SS 70e6l640z fcllgcdoee Iron! Rau Mathlson Barr Olson Krclss Monard Plerce Steffen I Andersen Thomsen Nelson Blrlmg Peterson R Pansch Riu 7 Coach Jorgensen Mr Dunwnddnc Kuehl Swentner Wnlllams Blcnkcr Bclanger Tuttrup Sulp Alfcrtxg jen scn Coyle Radke Alesch Colc Coach Thompson R ll 3 Hrubecky Stexf Barnstable Marten j Quade Frxedleln F Andcrson jlm Hansen Daers Fahrcnltrug Schultz Carlson Wexnke jcrrs I-Ienscn wltfllflg Tollette Ixress Mxllar R u I Ncubaucr 7arnoth Scggclnnlt Lossc Courtney Schultz SXFIDI., johnson Hutchnns Nlartxn Wnngcn H Quade Bylow D Pansch Bellack LaRuc Fxscher CONFERENCF TRACK CHAMPIONS UNDFFEATED Once wgann under the func cofxchnng of erry Ihompson Wlllnam Dunwlddxe and Ole orgen sen the l95A track team completed a successful season by coping the Conference Chwmpnonshnp vs nth an undefeated record 'I vm Rners was our flrst opponent to fall 1nd Menasha bowed next In the trxangular meet Neenah beat Kimberly and Kaukauna Neenah outscored Sham fmo 'md Kaulmuna nn the lfnst tru mgulqr meet Lyle Olson wfms chosen captaln by the members of the tcxm Doug Mathxson oe Brrlnng Bob Pansch Iam Coyle Roy Peterson Lyle Olson Iohn Nelson Paul 'I homsen Fred Hrubecky Due Wfnllnms erry Barr Iweaux Anderson Sttnrt Mon1rd hmes Plerce George Krelss and Ames Steffen were letter vsxnners Pansch vuns Hurdlcrs Ssxcntncr and Coylc Pxcrcc leaps 4' f f U e I I 1 l W 4 ' 'f Q Q Q ' -'Q Q Q Q - Q Q - Q Q Q Q 1 ' -f Q - 'Q , Q -Q ' ' ' Q ' Q Q Q ' Q ' ' - ' Q 4 ' Q Q Q A 'Q A 0 ' 5 'Q Q 'Q ' Q - Q Q QQ ' - Q - Q Q ' ' ' Q Q Q Q ' Q ' ,' - ' Q ' Q Q Q '- U "C ' ' Q - Q ' ' '. 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Rau Beyer Owen johnson Mtller Kxesow Sund Bouquet Wtesner Angell Rau 2 Thompson Kramer Benednct Klasetter Chrtstensen Lamb Kelly Dans Hoppe Krueger Mr Braun ROCKET NINE A SCRAPPY TEAM Coach joe Braun awarded letters to E Angell NFENAH SCHEDULE A Beyer D Chr1stensen C Hoppe T Kelly W Neenah A101113 Klavetrer R KICSOW R Krueger R Lamb D E M1ller j Owen T W1esner W Sund and Man Menasha Neenah Shawano Neenah Clll'lI0l'lWlllL Neenah Kaukauna Neenah Ralph Ktesow was named most valuable player Neenah Neenah Two Risers Neenah Honorary Co Captatns were C Hoppe R Ktesow Kimberly Honomlue WIAA DISTRICT TOURNAMENT The htgh potnt of the season was placmg sec Neenah Neenah Neenah Ripon ager R Kramer and Owen New London Wlnneconne Ktmberly Neenah two games but lost the final game to Ktmberly SFASON T01 AL Won 5 Lost 8 ond xn the Dtstrtct Tournament where we won Top Klesow Nlps Runner Hxtters Wtlllng Dans Lamb Owen 1s Safe Bottom Sluggers Mtller Sund Catchers Wlesner Klaxetter Batters Benedtct Kelly johnson itisxwa X as 'Nw' 'WJ ag 'T' 90 I CI , ,1- , at , at ,f 1 A 3 X Q llyi 1. 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J. dfbddfljbyd... l A hot sene 7 Steady now 5 Splkel 2 Check' 4 The stretch 6 Blocked' INTRAMURALS VIGOROUS ACTIVITY Thls years mtramural competmon mcluded many act1v1t1es The Rodney LaRue tag football team started the ball rollmg takmg first place wlth a 41 record Berme Bunns team garnered the champtonshlp m the mmor league by wmnmg three and tymg two The games vsere completed only after many postponements because of ram and cold weather Next came the class basketball tournament Semors and jumors were ned for the champlonshnp whlle sophomores and freshmen ned for last place In volleyball competmon Tom Malchows team won undnsputed first place with a 23 1 rec ord Malchows team also took the champnonshnp nn volleyball doubles loop Basketball was the next sport to capture the spotlnght Don Tyrners team took the champnon shxp wlth a 90 record whlle the Charles Barnes team garnered the freshmen crown Three basketball contests came next and they were won by a sophomore and freshman Tom 91 Kuehl captured the basketball golf crown w1th only 10 shots Dave Thomsen won the rapnd fare contest wxth 36 pomts and the free throw compe ntnon vuth 22 ponnts Kuehl won the award of havmg the htghest pomt total for thls year wnth Q6 He was followed by Dave Thomsen a fresh man wxth 89 Rod LaRue 84 of the junior class whnle Don Chrxstlansen won the semor class award Wl a 74 The boys mtramural program IS drrected by Coach Jorgensen whlle the g1rls mtramurals are gulded by Mlss Haase The gxrls mtramural pro gram ns coordmated through G A A The mtramural program a1ms KID to encour age worthy use of letsure txme 123 to encourage good sportsmanshxp farr play justnce respect for the rlghts of others and values of socnal worth to be gamed through team competxtnon 13? to pro ude an extensnve program of athletxcs for all students of Neenah Hugh School 4 V .n lu a I ,- . , . . V. . ' r I I . . , 3 7 7 I I 'th f. ' ' . . , . 9 - ' , . . 1 9 9 9 . . , . V - - - 9 7 - - , . Y 1 ,4ze 436 pzafaumf Standmq Miss Haast Pal? Rather Paul Hammtl Landxg Yxtelman lxueelmg Werlxn DeBroka Wlcckert FIGHT TEAM FIGHT Ihe Lhcerlcadcrs serucc to the student body mcludes leadlng cheers at football and basketball galTleS 2lI'0LlS1l'lg 6I'lIl'lLlSl2lSITl In PCP tammg good gmcxous school spmt Mass Haase IS faculty adyxsor and Broka xy IS clettcd mptann of the group assemblnes Shxrlcy De Cheerleaders 1rc chosen uccordmg to thenr knowledge of cheers personality neatness and a xlxty Shnrley DeBroka Barbara Paff Nancy Hammel Pat Werlxng Pat Wxcckert Susan Iandq, Audrey Pull udy Yltelman Ind Iudy Rather F1ght" Fight' FIGHT' " I , . Y K h Y. h 7 I K . . . I ' F 9 . YY Y , . . . . , g. . . serving at the quarter-back banquet, and main- The members of this yearls Squad included I ' . v s V 1 1 '25 ' 1 1' . 2 ,NI ' Q . ,Q l . 2 -92- 74enwe'ZZ46n9... Venetnan Queen and Court From typewrner to tray CALENDAR OCTOBER NOVEMBER Neenah Rockets traveled to Shawano for a bxg grldnron tussle and beat the lndlans soundly 41 19 A strxkmg performance was gnven w1th Stu dent body part1c1pat1on by Charles Krng a barrtone No school B I E Day Double treat wnth Student Councnl electrons and everyone had a smlle for the Rocket p1ctures Pep Parade and the burnmg of the K The b1g Homecomxng Game was perfec t1on for Neenah as they swamped the Ghosts 27 2 The Pep Club sponsored a dance that evemng wnth Ruthne Pyott as sen1or queen 15 'lhe secret word was cheese as Rocket group PlCIllI'CS were taken Our second rssue of the CUB came out The Rockets t1ed the Papetmakers 1313 The Conservatxon Club Dance followed The SCHIOIS were excused from school for Senror F1eld Day Trnps The Frosh traveled to Kxmberly for a WIH of 26 6 The Rockets won over Cllntonvrlle 26 13 26 TB Tra1ler Cl1n1c came The Sen1ors came dressed 1n the1r Sunday best for Sentor Career Day The UN Day Assembly was presented Frosh met Kaukauna for a loss of 9 I3 The cheerleaders led us to v1ctory w1th tl Pep Sessxon The m1ghty Rockets overcame Two Rnvers 27 I3 2 I'rosh football team went to Menasha for a w1n of 34 7 'lhe Home hc Faculty 'lea was presented at + pm We overcame New London for the champ 1onsh1p of the NEC 410 The champ1on sh1p dance was presented by the Conservat1on Club No school Teachers Conventnon Teachers Meetmg We payed tr1bute to Arm1st1ce Day w1th an End of the hrst mne weeks Conservat1on Club took the1r bus tr1p to M1lwaukee Our debaters left us to go to West Bend Our parents were 1nv1ted to attend open house and see our new addmon Bells were rmgmg w1th our Male quartet F1rst presentat1on of Arsen1c and Old Lace Fmal presentatnon of Arsennc and Old Lace Basketball started w1th v1ctory over R1pon here 76 63 Th3nkSglVlHg vacat1on began Appleton came here for a loss of 67 Dl DECEMBER Freshmen started the basketball season by travelmg to Appleton K1mberly came to Neenah and won by .1 score of 59 53 A Conservatton Club dance followed B1ology Club sponsored therr annual Chnst mas party . 6 6 V - , b V Q. --Z ,Q 3, 47" A 1 vw , Q ti 1 1- 1 Q f D I . . . , l. - 3T L . - W' 1.1 1 . w . 43... ' 1- . . H 9- . I ' . . . . 1 . l ' " excellent assembly. ' " ' " - 11- ' . ' 1 1 1 T ' . ". " D. . . u ' 14- ' ' ' . ' . . . 1, . v '11 . 16- . . . ' ' I - - U 17- ' ' ' . - -- 18- ' . 2- , - . 5- ' . . . ll- . ' . I I A . - ..93.. 7 146444 77ZaZefz Work Gossxp Study Thou ht Teachers Meetmg Freshman Basketball at Wxlson Menasha Jays lost to the Neenah Rockets m thenr first conference game 65 55 A Con servatnon Club dance followed Chrnstmas Vacatnon started Shawano traveled to Neenah and took home a vrctory of 60 69 JANUARY The Rockets overpowered the Fond du Lac team 69 34 Our Frosh defeated Kaukauna Another wrn for the Rockets as they over came Clxntonvllle on the1r floor 67 57 The Grrls Senate sponsored thelr annual dance called Dance Mr Snowman Dance A safety movxe was shown to the student body by representatxves of the Mrlwaukee Road rarlroad Neenah varsxty debaters won all of thelr debates rn the Conference Debate Tournament at Knmberly The Freshman basketball team defeated Kxmberly The Rockets swept over the Kaukauna team by wnnnmg 63 48 The Conservatnon Club dance followed the game McK1nley lost to our powerful Frosh team Nleenah lost a thrrllmg game to a determmed Two Rrvers team 54 59 The Rockets won over Knmberly rn one of the most excrtmg overtlme games of the season 26 "W1mpy", a clown, trned to brmg cheer to those about to take semester exams 27 The Frosh defeated the Blue Jays CALENDAR 28 Our Rockets sent the New London Bull Dogs home wnth a defeat 64 58 The JLIIIIOI' Class sponsored a dance after the game 26 28 Semester Exams End of first semester FEBRUARY Last performance of the one act plays gxven for the publxc Assembly wnth the Umversrty of Wnsconsxn Band grvmg a splendld program Report Cards were nssued Frosh played Roosevelt Hrgh Students at tended Rotary Luncheon March of Dimes program grven at mght rn our audntornum Neenah beat Menasha 1n a thrnllmg game 72 62 Rocket pxctures were taken of the re mammg clubs Neenah debaters were undefeated nn dnstrxct debate GAA presented the Two Hearts dance The remamder of the Rocket pnctures were taken Basketball game at Shawano Neenah won 62 43 Sophomore holds Mardl Gras dance Assembly wnth Bob McElroy a ventrlloqunst and his dummy Neenah beat Clmtonvnlle nn home game by 72 61 Phe Semor dance followed the game Neenah lost to Kaukauna xn an out of town game 64 73 Students enjoyed Mrs Waldo Phnllnps after noon assembly on "Teenage Problems " Neenah band assembly for students Neenah lost to Two Rlvers nn home game 56 61 0 ' ,Q A fel 4' A If , 4 i 'fix ' ' 5 M .i Y A y., 4 i L , in if A jk ST 'fffs' t . I "eq 9 5 il V li ta. ,., ,Q ff N 14- ' . - 16- ' . ' - - ' 17- ' ' . h 1- . 18- - . - , 2- . . . . . 4- ' - y ' - 3'- l - ' 6- - . . 1 . I 7- ' - ' . . . y . . 41 - - - , 8- . , . .. : . 11- l 5- U . . . . . 91 1 - 13- f 11- . MT . it ' 31 . . . - . . 15- . , . . , 20- ' . 18- ' ' ' 21 il 1 1 . - 5 ' ' . . . wa . 22 - ' ' , - - . . . 22- . U , , , - -94.- Weeaai 7434! 1 Vxsual Educatnon A Star IS Born Lost nn Thought CALENDAR 27 Sunday afternoon band concert presented by Mr Mats MARCH The Rockets won over Kaukauna nn the nrst regnonal game 6134 Ktmberly defctted the Rockets 60 64 and elnmmated us from the regnonal tournament We were called from our classes at 8 ID for tl Conserxatlon assembly entntled Black Duck Frosh B and Varsnty basketball awnrds were given out at an all school assembly Conscrvatxon Club Chnl: Supper was glven for all rabbnt trappers wlth one or more rab League Speech Conference First presentatton of anuary Thaw Cub No 11 was gnven out Conference For ensxcs Contest was presented here Mxss Roper and her three choxrs took the bus to Oshkosh for the Vocal Festlval Mass Knser and the Latm I and II classes went to the Valley Inn for thenr Roman Banquet Semor Gnrls Banquet was sponsored by thc Grrls Senate for Sennors and thexr mothers Spring Vacation begin N I' leachers Con wentnon APRIL 1 Northeastern Conventron end of thxrd nnne weeks haster Vacatnon No School" 'lags were sold by Student Councnl members for a scholarshtp fund Report cards were gnen out Rotary Luncheon State Speech Contest Freshman Dance and Varxety Show proved to be one of the best dances of the year Assembly to honor the Natxonal Honor Socnety members was held Track meet here agamst Menasha 'Irack meet at 'Iwo Rnvers Frghth grade day 'Irack meet here with Kaukauna Dxstrnct Band festtval here MAY Future Teachers meetnng at the Whntnng Boat House Track wnth Rnpon umor Semor Receptxon Assembly Glen Cunnxngham Track meet wxth Clmtonvllle and Shawano Conference track meet We got second Track meet wnth Fond du Lac Gxrls Senate sponsored unxor Sophomore Nnght Bnology trnp to Chlcago Sectnonal track meet JUNE 2 5 Semor final exams The end of school xs snght for the underclassmen Baccalaureate x 7 bnderclassmen exams Commencement Sadness and happmess pre vanled on thus solemn occaslon as the class of DD departs from our school Schools out"' At 10 00 A M wtth the hnal report card presentatnons ,ff K ul ' S' -md 1 i . f f ,"f'a-1 ' N' ' xzmxw ' ' ,Q xl 1 ' ' ' ,f -A e ' all V' A - t 14- . . '. 16- . 5- . -f L , 0 fl . I 4- Q n -2 , - 22- ' I . ' ' 26- ' ' ' ' . 10- " " 1 ' 27- .' . ' ' ' ' 29- ' ' ' . 14- " ", ' " ' " 1 50- I 4 - ' 15- X . .. .. ,. . 2- , U . U . . bits. A fine program followed the supper. 5- Track with. Berlin. l 191 t ' . I . . I 21- ' ' "j' 11 - , " ' 24- . ' . - ' ' ' . ' . 14- . ' . 26- ' ' 17- ' . . . u we . . - 28- . . . , n J - 20- ' ' '- . 29- ' ' ' 21, ' , ., ' 51- ' " ' 1 . .l. " ' ' I - , . , , ' I '. '-' b ' . ' ' IU 5-n .., , l 1- ' ' 9 ' ' C- - ' ' . 8- . ' - 4-1 -"' . ' - ' .. ' ' f- -, 13- " A ' """ ' " . . ' ' ' - " ' 10- - : . . ' f -95- STUDENT INDEX A Ahhy. Robert 4 5 Abendroth, Barbara 55, 64, 66, 67, 68, 74 Achterberg, David 59. 62. 70, 78, 88 Aderhold, Mary' 45, 59, 60, 66 Aggers. Natalie 17, 77 Ahrens, Marilyn 45, 48, 60, 65 Albers. William 45. 68. 80 Albert, Mary' 55. 51. 62, 65. 64, 70, '5 Albert, Virginia 59. 50. 62, 65, 64, 70 Alberts, Ronald 81 Alesch. Donald 89 Alferi. Joan 55. 51, 59. oz, 65, 1.6, ou. 'rs Alfertig, Gilbert 55, 66, 68, '8, 89 Alfertig, Judy' 59. 66, 67, 69, 91 Alsteen. Clem 59 Alsteen, Cleo Ambroso. Jeanette 45, 6' Andersen, Iveaux 17. 50. 75, 80, 81, 81, 84, 85, 89 Andersen, Kenneth 59, 71 Anderson, Eric 45, 70, 85, 87, 89 Andersonll Jacqueline 17, 50, 52, 54, 64, 69, 14 Angell, Donald 59, 62, 88 Angell, Eugene 17, 80, 82, 90 Armatoski, Donald 45, 47, 72, 87 Armatoski, Edward 17, 72 Arndt, Richard 17, 61, 72, 75, 91 Arndt, Ronald 55 Arnemann, Arthur 59 Arnemann, Charles 59. 69 Arnold. Joyce 17, 56. 61, 66, 69, '0, 7' Arnold. Kenneth 59 Atkins, Susan 55, 64, 67 B Babcock. Ronald 55 Backman, Robert 55 Baer, Jerry 45, 78 Balthazor, Gale 55 Bandow, Paul 45 Barkhahn, Judy 45 Barnes, Charles 45, 61 Barnes, Ellen I7. 65. 75 Barnstable, David 55, 71, 89 Barnstable, Richard 55, '1 Barnstable, Robert 59. 71. 78 Barr, Judy' 45, 64, 69 Bartlein, Barbara 17, 57' Bat-tlein, Bernard 17, 72 Bartlein, Bruce 59 Baster, Diedrich 55, 57 Bauman, Judy 45, 65, 69 Bayer. 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Roy I9 48 Heuor 45 48 Kcnneth I0 esch William 54 f 18 lorsythe Barbara 0 lowlcr 'Nancy 40 5' 58 1 l-raltes Beverly 5' 54 48 l'ranLart l'rank 5 l'rancart Judy 54 60 Prank Robert 4U 69 e eritk Judy 40 5 I0 reund Douglas 5 4 lriedlem Gaylord -45 0 89 l'uszard 'lhomas 0 5 97 4 4 a Gary 40 iarlotk Joel 40 55 58 Gauger Walter 54 80 Genett Shirley 54 Gerhardt Daniel I7 4 Gcro d Gcrrits Gibson Gibson Gibson Gibson Giebel Giebel Gilberrs Ro lin 54 Raymond 69 Burton Karen Sharon Wayne leo 30 Rosalie 4 on Howard 54 1 1 5 1 Gioyannini John 45 5 Gladowski Jerome 5 Goetz Bernite 0 5 65 6 1 Gohlkv. William Q7 Gooding Richard rorgtnson farul 40 I0 Gorges Nanny 5 I ' ' , ' " A , . , 85 li' ', 0' , ',, 1, , , '0, I , ,, 'l, "5 G i , 'f ', ' ' - . , , " 4, " Gfll, 'f N E' , , , 51, 55, 56. 6f, KH. 5' , 5' 'A ' 7 , , CA ' , -V . 5 . ' , 6", 'U Iill' , ' , , A, 1. 4. ff ', J- - ', '.!, "5 ' ' . Q' Q Z', - 1 ',Jo -4,.x,1,'l '-' . f'- iw . . ' , 12 " M' 5, F4, , 69, 'U " l , l 5 ,- . ' , ' . A , ' , I . 'L '5 5' ' , " , 51, 94 . ' , 5 ., 4' , ' A , , 6l, 85, H', 81 " , 544 . ', ' ' ' , ' - .. U , ' 20. 55,ff, 55. Elwood. Alice 59, 60, '0. 'Z Fischer, Ray -S0 Gibson, Ronald '45, '0, '5 . , ' , Fl ' , ' " g , 1', f , 'Z V , K ' '45, 62 1 ' ' ' 4 , ' I - . V , . 1 " ' 1 1 . f,K, lfrd ' , 8' '. ' . .. 544 -1, f , I ', il' ' . -. , ll, ". H4 " ', .' - If, , 7 , '5 "' , ' ' ,-, , , 55, 55, 5'. 644, U , " ' -'5 .' , , 6', f , 'li H ' , ' 'H, H1 .V ' g .I V I .I 4 .. H ... I . U F '1, ":.':. '14, 5' ' 4 5 ' 'V . W . 4 L Fr d " , '- , fl, 1 , 64, 6", 68. "I ' 5 ' " - ' 1 . .' F , A 'J.'4-1 ' ' , ' ', 5 . '. , '. -2. 'S " ', " , ' , C' ' , I' , 1. 'l, ' ' ', . ,l' 'A , ' ' 2, 4,"4 ' ', ' 12 STUDENT INDEX Graham, Alberta 54, 6l, 66, 69 Graham, Robert 40, 45. 55, 58. '0. "' 95 Graham, Thomas 45 Grambsch. Wfesley 45 Graverson, Randy 45. 64, 65 Gregory, Ronald 54 Grempel. Karla 40, 70 Griepentrog, Gerald 54 Gries, Gene 45, 85 Grimes, Judy 45, 48, 52, 59, 64. 6 . 68 Grisson. Larry 40 Grundy. Babett 45 Grundy. Eugene 54 Grundy, Ralph 20 Grunska. Robert 54. 6', 68, 80. 9l Grunske. Alvin 20 Grunske, Marvin 45 Grygny, Barbara 20, 64, 69, '0, '6 Gullickson. Janice 40, 64, 70, 76, "' Gunther. Evelyn 40, 5l, 61 Gussert, Carl 45, 48, 6l H Haber, James 40. 80. 82 Haber. Jerry 'Z Haber. Judy 54. 62, 65 Haldemann, Donna 20, 50. 55. 64. 66, 55 'X Halle, Alden 40 Halle. Mildred 20, '0 Halverson. Peter 40. 57, 62. 65 Halverson. Ruth 20. 55. 56, 62 Hammel, Darlene 54, 64. 67, 69 Hammel. Nancy 20. 50. 50, 52. 55, 64 68, 92 Hammill, Joan 54. 70, '2 Hammill. John 40. 61. 69 Handler, Barbara 45. 65 Handyside, Mary 40, 59. 69 Hansen. Carol 20. 66. 68 Hansen, Mary 40, 66 Hansen. Neil 54. 55. 5" Hardell. Bruce 45. 48. 'Z Hardell, Wayne 20, 59, 'Z Harper. Carol 40. 64, 70 Hart, Lyle 21. 55. 56, 75 Harthel. Lila 45. 64. 66 The Rocket sincerely thanks the llartzheim. Theodoru 54, 60 Haufe, Gene ll, 55, 56, I0-4 Haufe, Janice 54 Haufe. Marilyn 45 Hedberg. Judith 45. 62, 65, 68 Hedlund. Kathy 45, 62, 64, 68. 71 Helder. Floyd 45 Heider. Howard 45 Heigl, Rita 54, 5'. 64, 65, 67, 68, 7 Heinz. Bonnie 55. 67 Heinskill. Robert 54 Helms, John 21. 56. 94. I04 Herriott. William 48. 8.5 Hesselman, John Zl. 69, 72 Hielsberg. Fredrick 45 Hi'debrand. Gordon 45 Hildebrand. Philip 40, 62, 69. "1 Hilliker, Becklyn 54. 68, 72, 95 Hintz. Darlene 45. 52. 60 Hintz. Gloria Zl. 52, 56, 57, "5, 76 Hobart. James 40 ll0Hman, David 40, 57, 62, 71, 78 HoHman. Judith 45. 48, 62, 65. 65, following subscrib rs for generously contributing full page subscriptions This space generously subscribed by the DENTISTS OF NEENAH This space generously subscribed by the DOCTORS OF NEENAH This space generously subscribed by the LAWYERS OF NEENAH Hoks Patricia 40 Holcombe James l 5 li Holouinslu Kay 45 48 58 6 z Roy 54 5 -5 Hoover Arcnc 45 50 57 I4 Hopfenspcrgcr Carly Hoppe Cliff 21 66 68 'za so 90 orn Nancy 5-4 55 5 59 6-0 f I Houg Cecelia 45 Houg Martin 71 50 80 Home Peggy 0 45 I 65 C5 llrubuky Federick I6 7l 50 5 5 ' 66 78 80 9 Hrubeckw Peter 40 86 Hupplcr John 40 5 6 utchins Charles 7l 66 5 li H4 me Rufus ll. .. 7. . 3. . , 4 Jack, Daniel 45, 85 Jaeinig Fred 40 Jahns Nancy Jahns Suzanne 5 5 ames Nancy 54 0 55 15 1 Jenkins Amber 71 60 5 Jensen Carol 40 lensen Let. 54 Jensen Nona '71 Jensen Thomas 69 Johnson Johnson Johnson Johnson Johnson Johnson Johnson Johnson Johnson Johnson Johnson rthur 71 55 56 8 ' avid -15 77 Donald 54 68 Hclmer 45 Jeanine. 46 65 66 Larry 40 Lawrente 71 50 66 I dflty 77 50 69 Pitrtcm 40 li 61 , onald 54, 55 0. 8.86. , Shirley 54, 57 Johnston Mary 40, 65. 67 Jones Maureen 46, 60 64, 69 Q! 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Peter 46 Kerrigan, Eileen 40, 64 68, Kerrigan, Robert 31, 50. 66, 8. 80 8- 5 Kessler. Richard 22. '8. 104 Kessler. Mary 40. 43. 62. 64. 6', Kerrner, Clyde 40. 68, 80 Kit-liszewski. Joyce 40, '0, 'Z Kielsberg. Frederic 68 Kimball. Leland 34, 91 Kimbro, Ronald 46. 61 Kirchgeorg, Mary' 40. 55. 58. Tl, ' Kitchin, James 46, 8,3 Kitchin. Jean 46. 48, 64, 69 Klavetter, William 22, 69. 78, 80, 94 Klein, Willizlm 46. 83, 13' Kleist. Anita 34, 60 Klinker. Pamela 46, 60. 64, 6' Klinker. Ted 40 K'irzkc, Carl 46, 69 Knoedler. Judy 46, 65 68. '0 Koehn, Mary 46, 65. 69 Koehn. Ruth Ann 22. 56. 60, 65, 'l. T' Koepkc, Claudia 34 Kocpke. Crystal 46, 66, 76 Koerner, Ronald 22. 53. 56, 'Z 81 90, Kofler. Jean 34, 66 Knfler, John 40. 'Z Kopitzke. Kathryn 40. 65. 66 Kosloske, Jack 40. 43. 5', 66. 88 Krahlean. Barbara 34. 5'. 64, 66, 69 Kraus. Beverly 34 Krause. Karen 40, 62. " Krause, Norman 34 Kreiss, Anne 40. 64, 69. T0. '0, T' Krenger, Rachel 34, 50 Krenger, Renee 46. 62, 69. '0 Krenkel, Suzanne 46, 60, 65 Kress, Thomas 34, 80. 82, 89 Kresse. Karol 46. 48. 65. 68. '6 Kreuter. Judy 41. 64, '1 Kronberg. Romona 46 Kreuger. Frances 22. 66, 68 Krueger. Gerald E. 46 ADVERTISERS Kuchenbecker. Donald 41. 43, 55, 62, 63, 68. 1 Kuchenbeclter. Douglas 46. 69 Kuehl, Thomas 41, 50, 68. '8. 80, 86. 89 Kuehnl. Nancy 41. 43, 60. 65, 6', 68 Kuerher, Jo Anne 34, 61 Kurtz, Paul 41, 69, 86, 88 Kurtz. Susan 34, 3', 55, 5", 62, 63, 64. 6' L Labre, James 46, 69, '3 l.aFond. Jerry 23. 30 Lamb, Joan 41, 43. 65. 6', 68 Lamb. Ralph 23, 90 Lande. Charles 46, 48, '2 Landig. Susan 34, 57. 65, 91. 92 Landskron, Diane 34. 5", 62, 63. 64, Landskron, Sandra 34. 65, 69 Landskron. Susan 46. 68 66 Krueger. Gerald L. 46 Krueger, John 41. 50, 70. 86 Krueger. Sharon 34, 52. 5". 60, 65. 6', 68 Kruse, Ruthann 22, 67. 74. "5. 76 Kuchenhecker, Alfred 25. 69, 94 Lange. Dorothy 41. 64. 69, '0, 'J Lange, Karen 23, 30. 64, 66. 6', 69. '0, '5 Lange. Sally 46 Larsen, Margaret 35, 62 Half-page subscriptions were generously contributed to the Rocket by the following subscribers ATLAS TAG COMPANY CENTRAL PAPER COMPANY EQUITABLE RESERVE ASSOCIATION GILBERT PAPER COMPANY HARDWOOD PRODUCTS CORPORATION McConnell Susan 41 48 58 67 65 fl Larson Larson Larson I arson I arson Larson LaRue 1 aRue LaRue Laursen I auson Barbara rl 55 68 0 Judith M 35 udw 41 6: 69 Ka 73 Kenneth 46 arry 73 Lasonnc 73 91 Rcnxta 61 Rodney 35 80 89 Patricia 35 3 5 Gale 46 lauson Mary 35 64 f 18 leach Beverly 73 6' aman Dawg 73 30 51 57 i 4 Leaman Ehzabeth 35 5 61 64 66 Lee James 46 Leh Janice 41 lehl Patricia 86 60 IeMay Mary 61 Ltmkc Lorraine 35 5 68 Lenz Judy 35 66 Levitt Frances 23 55 60 66 K Lnntner Diana 46 18 60 64 65 I9 1 Loehning Carla 35 69 Iosse Glen il 81 89 104 Lund Jerry 35 5 66 68 Lux Carol 46 lux Fugene i6 on Sally3 53 Malouf Jeanne 46 65 Manteufel Robert 35 59 18 Marmes Monica 35 6 Marquardt Grace 41 Marquardr Roger 46 Martin Dale 73 66 80 89 Martmy Kim 46 6 68 Marriny Richard 35 80 Niarhewson Margaret 35 60 Mentink Dayid 35 68 Metz Beverly Z3 30 61 66 69 McCormack Donald 73 80 McCormack Richard 41 67 McCunn Janet 41 60 0 McKellips Nelrose I6 67 McKinnon Michael -16 Alice 73 James 46 J Judy 35 1 Thomas 73 80 I 4 Malouf Janice 46 Mahoney Mahoney bfalchow Malchovt 99 6, 85 88 Metz Peggy 35 64 66 0 Meunier Yxonne 74 Meyer Edward 46 83 8 hiever William 46 48 Mxedke Peter 35 5 59 67 63 6 William 35 5 8 80 89 Susan 46 58 64 66 1 Donald 46 nald F 35 3 8 Millar bfillar Miller 'Niil er Miller Donaldf 35 61 66 68 8 80 Y! 19 ' ' . . V . . ' . ., . , . T 1 . , . . 1 . 'Z .J .' . 7. ' . ' . . Q , w .' . A . , 2.6.3 . . y -. ' , , . I . .L '-..'2,'5 . ,. '. . 4. -.. .'5, . . ' . . . Ly . 15. ,, 5'. 64. 6'. 68. '5 1 . , , .'2 Lauger, Michael 46, 69 7 M Mentink, Charlotte 46, 64. '1 . A' . .,'. -. 5', '0 ' . " . . . . 1 ' . I A x. . . -. . It , ' ' ., . . . . . '0 . . . . 7. v'. f 5 . -. . . '. . '. . ' . . -,. 7. '0, '5. "6. " 3 . ' . - ' , ' ..' Le . ' ..,.. . . -. 59.I1.'3, , . . ' ' , . .. ' '5.77,1-' ' . - . -. f.'0,'1 , . ' ' '. .'1.x5 . ' , . '. . . , '6. A . ' ' .'3 ' , . , '. , -. .. '. " ", I04 '. ' - ' , ' ' . . ', ' . . . ' '. . -1 ' , . . -. . ' l- " F6 '. -. .1530 ' . A . . ' . ', -,, , 81. 84. . , 1 'I . D0 .. . . ,-. 50, '53, l, 86, . '. '- 21. I0 10 - . ' . . '. . ' .64 ' . .. .... ' . STUDENT INDEX M illet. Miller, James 46. 85. 8' James XXI. 24 Miller. Lyle 41. 68 Miller. Ronald 24. 'Z Miller. Waunita 41. 60 Moersch. Clayton '0. '1. '5. '8 Molzow. Thomas 55. 52. 59. '2, '5. 80 Monard. Stuart 55. 50. 68. '8. 89 Mongan. Gary 24. '8 Moody. Maxine 41. 60. 9.5 Moore, Marylin 46. 64 Mortensen, Gordon .55. 5'. 62. 6', 80. 82. 84. 88 Mortensen. Paul 41. 45. 6', 68. '0. 'Z Mucha. Robert ,41. 61. 'Z Mueller, Carol 46. 64 Mueller, Mueller. David 46. 61 Dawn 41 Mueller. Grace 46. 64 Jacqueline .55. 64. 66. '0. 91 Jane! 52. 55. 61. 91 Joyce 46. 60. 6-4 Mueller. Mueller. Mueller. Murphy. Thomas 24. 50. 50. 66. 70. '5. 80 5Tl1ll1.Bllfl'1H1'2 24. 55. 55. 56. 61. 68. 'I Myers. Laura I6 M yhre. 1.r-slie 46 N Nelson. Fay 46. 64 Nelson. John 55. 5.5. 89 Nennig. Jake .55 Neubauer. James 52. 55. Neubauer. Mary 46. 60. 64, 66 Neubauer. Robert 24. 56, 59. 66. 68. 'S Neuss, Thomas 69 Newton, John 46. 69. 85 Nielsen. David 46, 61, 69 Nielsen. Kay 55, 64. 66. 69 Niemuth. Joyce 24 Norman. Ann 55. 57. 64. 6'. 68. '5 O W'il1iam46, 85. 8' . Ellen 46. 64, 65. 66. 68 80. 81. 89 0'Brien. 0'Lr:ary O'1.eary. Susan 16. 24. 54, 56, 64. 66. 6'. 69. 75. 95 Olson. Ellen 41 Olson. James 46. 8.5 Olson. Judith 41. 68. 'O Olson. Onstad. Nancy 24. 55. Sandra 46. 64 Otis, Gloria 24. 55. 56. 5'. 69 P PaH'. lfarbara 24, 50. 5 6,. '5. 92. 95 Page. Carol 55. 64. 66. Page. Judy 35. 5'. 52. Pagel. Kenneth 41. 61 Pahlow. Ronald 41 Pahlow. Sandra 46, 64 Palmbach. Francis 55. 2 Palmer. Harland 35 Pansch, Robert 24, 66. Pansrh, Donald 46. 62. Pantton. Virginia 55. 5 Parks. Geraldine 41, 68. '70 Half page subscriptions were generously contributed to the Rocket by the following subscribers ISLAND MOTORS INC .IERSILD KNITTING COMPANY '0. '1. ' 69. '6 64. 66. 5. 76 . '5. 95 1. 54. 5 . 64. 66 '0. '5 615. 78. 89 6.5. 70. 15.5. F5'. 89 5. 5', 6.5. 64, 6' Parker, Thomas 24. 66. ' 4.5, 6-. 6.5. 64. 6 2. 84. 85. 88. 91 7 JOHN STRANGE PAPER COMPANY NEENAH BRASS WORKS INC NEENAH FOUNDRY COMPANY arrish James 71 66 8 Pasternock Jo Ann 55 66 Patterson Susan 11 67 I5 Patton Diane 55 67 Pau Audrey 55 5 fi I1 1 7 Paulson Diana 46 Paulson Mary 55 6 Pavslowski James 75 55 56 66 Pavslovsski Thomas 16 Payne Shirley 41 Peapenburg Ruth 7 55 5 Peck David 41 K9 Peotter Jerry 66 69 Perkette Shlrlu 55 erry John 5 Petersen 1 etersen Peversen Petersen Peterson Peterson Daud 5 67 65 Mildred 55 60 Peterson XV1xne 15 50 5K 66 88 104 P aff Paul 55 5 Phufer Marcia 55 64 66 68 Phelps Ronald 55 5 I5 Pierce James IC 75 50 sv i9 xerce Jo Ann 5 55 6 64 66 Pierce P tricia 55 55 5 5 Plngel Lois 55 60 69 Pingcl Wfayne 55 69 Pisciotta Virginia 55 Pitsch Pauline 75 Plucker Thomas 46 V5 85 54 Pohlman Donald 41 Pomrening Donna 55 Ponto Robert 46 Popp Larol 75 68 Povnell Cloyd 66 85 Prindle Lois Prindle Robert 55 Przybwlski Anton 46 Prnbslski Law renee 41 uade Faith Z5 51 58 is 4 uade Henry 16 65 69 0 85 159 Radtke Richard il 86 Ramich Gary 46 61 '15 Randall Patricia 41 55 Rasmussen James 55 5 Rasmussen Paul 56 ordon I6 88 Sandra 55 55 Donna 46 ti I lv arporie 41 0 o p Joan 5 55 5 y 1 Porath Carol 41 60 65 Porter Patricia 41 55 59 I5 Potratz M'1ry 55 60 Pow nell Claude 46 100 Rather Judy 41 61 Rather Wfilliam 75 Ratzburg Elaine 56 Rausch Theanne 81 Reierson David 46 ,t YY 1 62 89 u 1 0 5 ll YY ' ' 0 O O P I . ..- . . -1. ' . 80.104 ' ' . .Q ' - , , . 1. . . - ' ' , - , , - . . . f . , F. ' . ' I I '. . - ' . . .'..1. ,' 4' 1, 1. f..'.5-.1.1- '-. ,.-.,.rr.f.-o.-2. 4, V ,fs Paul. William -n. -0 P' fs.x9 7 - P,-omnmh 25. ao. 54, sn,m.6n.6-,eo . vm? Ab'-i .. ,.s.s. . . Q t 1 --. ,. . fs. '11 '- -, .. " ., -,mo-.rs,-a Q . ' , ,sy .re -1, - A -- Q jg. .'s.so Q . . '-s. ,.so.r1.s A , D . R 5 V 'Avi C 'Q M u'-n ,Q - 1 . 5 0 I P- 1. 'A si -2 . , 1 A7 .' I'.f5. '0 ' ' . 'A 2 . -. ,.T1 , ' .70.l5,5 ' . , ..-I ' -. ' .' -. rs . -sing - 1 - ,G A . . , '0. -.5 P I7 , 2 , ., 7.6'.69,'0.'-4 1 , I I , 4.11, -ll. '72 ' ' . .1 4 , , . in. 61. ffl. f5. - 5 ' . . . l 2 ' . - . If 0.11 -. 4' . . ,. ...'1." ' . ' ..m.rH . f . v .'v . . ', . . A .55 Reinhardt. Gregory 25. 53. 56. '5 Reinhardt. Kenneth 16 Remmel. David 11. 68 Remmel. Richard -61, 68 Reuss. Thomas 41. 43 Richardson. Beverly 36, 5'. 59. 61. '5 "6 Ritter. Henry 36 Rivet. Robert 46 Roberts. James 36. 66, 69. '8 Roberts. Judith -il. 66 66, '0 Roberts. Stephanie -66, 718. 58. 65, " Robinson, Joyce 25. 30. 53. 5 75. 77 Rohlee, Gladys 25. 60, 69. '2. '5 Rohde. Mardee 26, 64, 65. 66. '5 Roou. Sandra -86. 60, 6-1. 69 Rosenow. Robert 36 Ross. Jean 461. 52, 55. 59. 62. 6 '4, '7 Ross. Byron 26 Rouse. Sandra 36. 67 Rusch. Nan 46, 62, 65, 68 3. 65. 'fl 6-1. 66. Russell, Barham 26. 62. 63. 66. 68. 0 Ruthven. Janis 36, 6.1. 6'. 68 Rutkus, Diane 11. 6-1. 66. 69, S Salm. James 36, 68 Salm. Michael 66. 'Z Sanderfoot. Judy 46. 60. 65. 6' Sanders. Frances 116, 65, '3 Sauer, Barbara 36, 66 Sauer, Beverly -S6 Sauer. Joan 11 Sauer. Richard -1' Sauer, Robert 26. 91 Sawtell, William 38. 41. 13, 61. 68. '0 Schaefer. David 26, 56, 66. 9 1 Schaefer. Glenace 41. 52. 61. 68. '0. " Schaefer. Lamont 4', 69 Schanke, Carol ll.-13. 62, 65, 68, '0. 'S Schindler. Dale 4' Schloemer. Rose 56. 51, 53, 55, 58, 66. "'. 104 Schmidt, August 26, 66 ADVERTISERS Schmidt. Jerry 26, 53. 56. 101 Schmidt. Kenneth -1' Schmidt. Thomas -V. 69, '3. 83, 8 Schmidt. Thomas H. I'. 62. 63 Schmitz, Roger 36 Schmitzer. Alexander -I' Schneider. Lee Ai' . Nancy 26. 6-1. 6'. 69. -5, '8 Schramm. Richard 36. '8 Schramm. Judy -il. 60 Schreiber. Russell -il Arden 26. 69, '2. '5 Schneider Schroeder. Schroeder. Marshall -S2 Schroeder. Terry 36, 68 Schultz Schultz Schultz Schultz Schultz Schultz Schultz Schultz Schultz. Betty 42. 43. 65 Ellen 26, 53. 55. 68. '0, 5 GCDC 56, 68. '0, HU. 89 Jerry 58. 42. -13. 59. 6 . Karen 47 5 i Patricia A. -1-, 67. '0 1. 1. Richard 36, 57, 61, '8. 80. 86 Steven -1'. 62. 63. Tl, 83. 89 W'iIliam AF, 61, 69. 8. 3. 8' To financially support the "Rocket" the following contributed one fourth page subscriptions BLOCKS SERVICE STATION F W WOOLWORTH COMPANY HAASE 8. DREWS CLOTHING HEWITT MACHINE COMPANY INC JANDREY COMPANY JERROLD S Schulz Fgon 17 Schulz He ga 6 6 Schulz Mary 36 67 K 1 Schulz P tricial i ' Schumacher Howard 76 Schvtandt Iawern 76 68 Schvwandt Lee 67 Schweitzer W'arren 1' Sedo Dennis 67 Seggellng Betty 76 66 Seggelink Lee 6 K9 83 Judith A 1 J dy F Sewcrson Susan 3f 51 5 5 I Shadduck Hallie 3f 5 1 Sharpless Judt 76 60 Shepherd Marie 17 Shtpherd George 47 Shinners Sandra 36 Shreve John 67 Siewert Beatrice 1 60 68 Simons Russell 8 83 8 JOHNS SUPER MARKET KESSLER FUNERAL HOME KRAEMER S GREENHOUSE KUESTER S FOOTWEAR LARSON SCHREITER FURNITURE CO LIEBER LUMBER COMPANY INC Skibba M1ureen 31 Skibba Maurice 36 Skihba Roberta 7f K Smarzinski G 1 Smith Judy K Snyder Richard 36 5 Snyder Thom is 17 Sorensen J1mes 17 Il Sorensen homey 1 60 I Sorensen Richard 36 fl 71 51 1 Spiegelberg Sherrida 38 w Spielhauer Marilyn 36 HJ Springer Vincent 7 Squxres Dcnid i 68 Staffeld Marlene. 17 Stecker Sharon 17 61 Il 1 Ste-ffensen Roberta 36 61 II I Steif Robert S7 1 8 1 Ste ow Bruce 7 1 19 5 15 tier Joseph 50 ti p Jon 1 K9 p Lyall 36 50 5 1 8 1 101 Stinski Florence Stinslti Nlarglret 17 Stinski Marilouise 7 1 I Stoegbauer Carol 7 Stoegbauer Jacqueline 55 66 Strauser Rohtrt 36 5 I trutz Xvilliam 1 18 1 Stuehs Marxclyn 7 53 5 51 1 Sturgis Jtrryf 83 und Wfilliam 7 51 av 86 90 Swenson C hristine 1 65 1 Smentner Carol 36 0 Suentner James 36 89 Suichtenberg Bfaryin 3! 11 Sxlyander B rt 87 80 Sylvander 'Nancy 7 16 tring Rilph 1 ' errnn Donn1 7 30 I 63 3 Tesch Judy 1 in 18 11 I I . . 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William 2'. 61. 69, 'Z, 'S - U Tollette. Thomas 36. 3'. 5 . 52, I Towns Tlfomas 7' Ulrich, William 2' To fmancially support the "Rocket" the following I contributed one-fourth page subscriptions: MEYER'S FLOOR COVERING COMPANY VALLEY INN THIEDE GOOD CLOTHES WESTGOR FUNERAL HOME TWIN CITY SAVINGS 8. LOAN ASSOC WINNEBAGO SPORTING GOODS CO The following helped to make the Rocket posslble by contributing one sixth page subscriptions A E SCHULTZ FUEL COMPANY LAVALLE MOTOR SALES A H ANGERMEYER COMPANY INC ATLAS SCHOOL SUPPLY BOEHMS FOOD MARKET CAMERA 8. CARD SHOP CHUDACOFFS DEKEYSER 8. RASMUSSEN INC 7- 7: :r as wma,-11 E"5'2 l'l'l wang IZE: b U1 aug!!! gI-:Q gi m-4 2 444444" I Hb 1884 C 53 Q 0 Zi '1 P 2: '4 'CC gfesff gTl f M M k B as is 107 LIEBL INTERIORS MARTENS DAIRY McCARTHYS JEWELRY MORTON DRUG STORE NEENAH HARDWARE COMPANY INC RAISLERS HOME EQUIPMENT STORE STECKERS DAIRY BAR TWIN CITY CLEANERS INC -I E :Z S! -I -4 :Z ffl IE U1 Z ffl rs O Z :J if C I Qroewwwm ' I I . 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Sandra -S". 60. 645 Westfahl, Carol 56, 6-6, 91 Westphal. Richard -IZ, -65. 88 XY'hitney, Donald -ll. 'l Whitpan, Diane 47 Whitpan. Judith -52 Wicinske, Marjorie 28, 66. 69. A Wideman, Richard -8', 61, H5 Wieckert, Patricia 36, 30, 5', 64. I", Il. 93 W 25? 22222 ieland. Donna -I chke. Yvonne -5' cr. Paul 484, 4V'. 8 5.14 ADVERTISERS Willing. William 56, 80, 82, 84 Wilms, Charles 4' ' Wilms Sam 47 iesner, Thomas 42. 69. 80, 81. 8-4, 85, Wi'ms:WalIage 28. -5 90 iim. Mary ZH, 50, 51, 53, 58, 10-S i'Iiams Bruce 78 75 llmms. David 56. 68. 8 iI'iams. Richard '2 illiams, Thomas 4' f 2222 DD" wrnSS -10:5 QP. . fb.,-V955 . ego -i:rQ'U' rr:-H' " nw: 'A 'Ewa-.LC as N-I NC4' ' ' zpfhl x' CC wx' ' O24-1 - cv.. :ac C . so. so v 1 inkler. R b inter, Helen 18, 60. 69, ' 0011-I 22 For the Hnancial support of the "Rocket," contributions A 8. P SUPER MARKET ARLYN LAFLIN SERVICE STATION BARNETT'S PHARMACY BERKLEY RESTAURANT BLACK AUTO SALES CO., INC. 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