Neenah High School - Rocket Yearbook (Neenah, WI)

 - Class of 1956

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'A'1f'f. 3 p ", ' -'15 'y,, ' 7 ' - ,u, .4 ,,, ,-.,.,5,- ,.. , I if GM .+,1.., Zi..-J V . ,ful L, -Z .. J r A 5 X -J I . ,h ' ' Suze. L ' . Pc, z 1 fi? V gn, . I 1 u '. x- , t. -A A , -1 I?" 1 . E I' C 956 o k NEENAH HIGH SCHOOL Neencxh, Wisconsin Foreword It is You who have made this book - you and the time you have spent in Neenah High School. You are an integral part of this book. Your education here will be the foundation of future decisions and hence must not be forgotten. Your 1956 Rocket will be the constant reminder of the personalities, the class rooms, the activities - the spirit of school life you will never want to forget. Table of Contents Dedication . Administration . Graduates . Classes . Organizations Athletics . Activities . Honors . Advertisements . Index . . . Letter from the Editors Bottom Row: Miss Kufer, Mrs. Roberts, Mr. Christensen, Mr. Mennes, Miss Grimths, Miss Harris, Miss Kuchenberg Top Row: Mr. Gerhordt, Mr. Jorgensen, Mr. Poulton, Miss O'Mc:rk, Miss Nielson, Miss Anderson, Mr, Albert, Mr. Mais, Mr. Zeniselx, Mr. PQH DEDICATI In appreciation to you, the teachers with twenty- tive years of service to American education and to the Neenah schools, we, the students of Neenah High School wish to express our gratitude by dedicating the 1956 Rocket to you. Each of you has served over a quarter of a century as an instructor and friend to hundreds of students, reflecting in your tenure the same conquering spirit which has made America a citadel in education. Bottom Row: Miss Hughes, Miss Gotham, Mr. Christoph, Miss Menning, Miss Peterson Top Row: Miss Sombs, Miss Cummings, Mr. Leaman, Mr. Poellinger, Mr. Williams, Miss Von Beek, Miss Kiser 1 - 1 " g A 1 it ' 1 aura , 3 M, . v' .3312 . ef xx I' , ln :N Y P f X, , ff fr 5 I y 5 3. K Board of Education Mr. Molzow, Mis. McConnell, Dr. Quade, Mr. Sui-id, Mrs. Tolletle, Mr. Ho:hholzer, Mr. Mortensen Mit. ll,uu.lix' l3oRoisN Prizlfijml of fNlC'L'fl:ll7 High Sclmol Mr. liorgen, our principal, guides and advises our students und zcnchers. His door is ever open to the many prohlcms which ttrise from day to day. He is also advisor ol the Student Council. 6 Mk. ll,tRol,o B. Mi5NNl2s SIff7l'l'illfl'11110111 rlf Nvmlfzlv Public S4'l1rml.v Mr. Mennes, as head of the Neenuh school system, is responsible for the efficient administration of all schools in uddition to the high school. 'llwo of his many duties are meeting with the school hoard and the selection of cnpzthle teaching personnel. .. Ir al' .. ,M K wwe- .. , ,, h . A MISS DOROTHY YOUNG MISS SHIRLEY MERRICK MR. KENNETH ANDERSON MISS FANNYBELLE KISER English, French, Forensics English, Forensics English, Speech, Asst. Freshman Football latin, Spanish, latin Club Thespians, Spring Play Spanish Club MISS EDITH BROETZMAN MR. JERRY THOMPSON MISS HELENE PETERSON English, Forensics Chairman, English, Head Foofball Coach, English, Forensics, Thespians, Fall Play Head Track Coach Roclref Echoes ENGLISH AND LANGUAGE English is one of the most important subjects in our school curriculum. Understanding most other subjects depends on the student's knowledge of language. For this reason, Neenah High requires every student to take three years of English. The fourth year is optional. Since a large per cent of the English language has been derived through the centuries from many different dialects, a study of a foreign language is also very important. Latin, Spanish, and French are offered at Neenah High. MR. CHARLES SHEPARD Advanced Mathematics, Geomelry, B-Squad Basketball Coach, Freshman Football Coach, MISS LELA RAINE Junior Class Advisor Algebra .5i"'r. HNYGWIIF' 5 - V K fi jg V il 9 ' g ,ff xl fm-.M . ' ,, I , -.. - 4: , lima English IV MATHEMATICS Mathematics sharpens thinking and rea- soning ability to prepare students for college and commercial work. Mathematics courses offered are algebra and plane geometry for those interested in obtaining an intermediate education of mathematics, and advanced alge- bra, trigonometry and solid geometry for those desiring further knowledge. 7 .4 Q rf' MR ROBERT THOM MR. HARRY SPOO MISS HELEN HUGHES MR. WARREN SCHUKNECHT Civics Rocket Advisor, Civics, World History, Forensics, American History, World History, Sophomore Class Advisor Director of Guidance Honor Society Director of Ushers, MR. WILLIAM DUNWIDDIE MR. IVAN WILLIAMS Social Problems, Debate, American History, Forensics, Pep Club Tennis Coach MISS MARGARET GRIFFITHS MR. KENNETH POULTON Social Problems, Dean of Girls, Geography, Future Teachers of America, Special Classes Girls' Senate MUSIC Concerts, programs outside school, an operetta, and Festival preparation com- prised the activities of our music depart- ment. lt strives to develop an appreciation of music for both those who participate and those who listen. 8 Freshman Class Advisor SOCIAL STUDIES Social studies are an important part of any high school curriculum. The knowledge gained from these subjects will enable us to better understand the problems of our community and the world. Our social studies' teachers con- tribute much to make our world a better place in which to live. MR. LESTER MAIS MISS RUTH ROPER Band Choir E352 Q 5, . . is X' , rf' "ibm 'H-., Q 2 i .5 x sf f + if ,J -F 'If MISS JANICE GRILL MISS DOROTHY BURGDORFF MISS EDITH CUMMING Business Training, Shorthand, Ottice Practice, Shorthand, Typing Cub Advisor MR. KENNETH PETERSON foltkeeping, Business Administration, lusiness Law, Senior Class Advisor SCIENCE Science is very important to everyone and is neces- Typing BUSINESS EDUCATION Each year a Hne group of stenographers, typists, bookkeepers, and secretaries graduate from Neenah High School to begin work in the business world. Through the commercial courses offered, they gain the skills and techniques necessary to operate machines, do filing and typing, and to perform other essential busi- ness functions. sary for the continuing prosperity of our nation. Science is very ably taught in Neenah High School by teachers who fully realize the importance of science and endeavor to instill it in their students. MR. LENNARD KRAUSE MR. JOHN GUNDLACH Chemistry, Physics, Proiection Biology, Club, Science Hobbies Club Biology Club ? I x 4.1 MR. GEORGE CHRISTOPH Science, Dean of Boys, Hall Monitors, Safety Club MR. JOSEPH BRAUN General Mathematics, Science XX Lt? g s - N 'sm 'rw' 5 ? 1' ti x ii if it t X ,,.q. of 1 . 'ff , 3 If id MR, eo ZENISEK X Drafting, General Shop, Machine Mechanics MR. ARMIN GERHARDT MR. AL POELLINGER General Shop, Woodwork, General Shop, Printing, Conscrvalion Club Cub Advisor ATHLETICS INDUSTRIAL ARTS Athletics give enjoyment to those who watch Our shops provide opportunities and experi- .tnd those who play. Taking part in sports develops ences for students to find their own interests and team play and good sportsmanship which are car- aptitudes. The courses offered are general shop, ried into other fields of endeavor. machine shop, drafting, woodwork, and printing. MISS SALLY JENKINS Physical Education, Advisor MR. OLE JORGENSEN 10 Clveerlevdersr GAA- MR. THOMAS PORTER Diredor of Athletics, Physical Education, B-'Squad Foolball, Bqgkeybgll Conch Freshman Basketball Coach 74" W f Y. ? fs. Ae., T3 lj OTHER SPECIALISTS Completing the program of education at Neenah High are these departments: library, art, home econ- omics, and speech correction. Many students were enriched hy their eliorts. MISS HELEN FIRKUS MR. EUGENE BUNKER MR. RICHARD BECK Home Economics, Library, MISS ELIZABETH VOGT AVI Home Economics Club Library Club Speech Corredionist vm Miss Raine instructs freshmen in olgebro. E i Mr. Shephard oversees his geometry class The students ol Mr. Thompson enioy themselves. Through The Camera' Eye Mr. Schuknecht claims the attention of the world history students. A movie is being shown in civics by Mr. Thom. A principle of physics is explained by Mr. Krause. ll These girls actually seem to enjoy doing dishes in home economics. aw. E we 5 2 i f V if Arf class proiects claim the inieresf of the pupils. Fuiure secrefaries ponder over ihe problems in ofiice practice. Into Our Classroom s is how i!'s done," says Mr. Gerhard? in his woodworking class. Miss Grill correcfs lesis under the walchful eyes of her pupils. Q-NJ s... Drafting siudenfs are absorbed in learning. Miss Miss Miss Mrs. Miss Mr. E.C. Brien OFFIC Hansen Pulzel Beisenste Krueger Hanson SUPERVISION OF SCHOOL PROPERTY Mr. Brien is responsible for purchasing the supplies needed for maintaining all the school buildinps Under his supervision is the entire maintenance personnel Staff. E STAFF CAFETERIA STAFF Miss Driscoll and Mrs. C. Faulks CUSTODIANS C Mr. Por H1 Mr. Preni c . U1 , ,.,. J. . vu, I ' 393' 3. ' 7 " z . " "1 1 u if "tk 'bib' if 1- 'IQ ' ' A Q7 wg , " 'tub . 4 ti X at Q fff'i7"' ' - ,SQPIM ' V' '.o ,til ls:-. 'X x ','i,.. I f" li " I ' .. . . u 'ffl' Jffkx 'N ' -'L 'J .54 '91 0 I vu -- 1iY57'4s.1 ' gn Q ? 5,14 ' 5" X Q' 2-i I 7, V7 v I ' . Q 'L "'s1 w:f l . . ff, 'J' -' lv 3?!fF':'C' Q21 111. 4 - 1 l 'Vi - FR t ' -i -1.1. tl Qiivfgiviskn . M Q V W .' x ' x .f M'f!.'-' 'JT' . z.'. 2 fm -n ,.,vq5,i,,!1xii5 Xxx -I-,Q Ml 'M,,,K ,s'QSV nrlm' V - I Qu. X ' N.. 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MARY ALBERT Band 1, 2, 5, 4, Biology Club I, 2, Vice-President 5, 43 G.A.A. 2, 5, 43 Hall Monitor 5, 43 National Honor Society 5, Treasurer 43 Pep Band 5, 43 Rotary Lunch- eon 43 Safety Club I, Secretary-Treasurer 2. RONALD ALBERTS "Ron", Biology Club 43 Football 2, 5, 43 Intramurals I, 2, 5, 43 "N" Club 43 Spanish Club 23 Track I, 2, 5, 43 Entered from Menasha, Wis. I. JOAN ALFERI Band I, 2, 5, 43 Conservation Club l, 2, 5, 43 Cub Staff 5, 41 G.A.A. l, 2, 43 Library Club 53 National Honor Society 5, Historian 43 Pep Band 2, 5, 43 Pep Club I, 2, 5, 43 Thespians Z, 5, 4. GILBERT ALFERTIG "Gill", Conservation Club 2, 53 Hall Monitor 5, 43 Pep Club 2, 53 Track 2. BRUCE AMMERMAN "Ammer", Biology Club 53 Basketball I, 23 Football I, Z, 5: In- tramurals I, 2, 5, 43 Mixed Choir 2, President 5: Student Council, President 43 Tennis I3 Thespians 5, 43 Track I, 2, 53 Marines Z yrs. Senior History September 7, 1952, was a memorable day for 220 of us as we began our four years at NHS. Our first class activity was the election of our ofiicers - Lyall Stilp, presidentg jim Coenen, vice president, Donna Bork, secretary, Pat Wierckert, treasurer. Under the guidance of our advisor, Mr. Peterson, we worked on such projects as our class float, which won first place, and the freshman class dance, the Coronation. Susan Landig was elected as Homecoming attendant by the freshman boys. Becoming more acquainted with school activi- ties, in our sophomore year we undertook such projects as the sales of booster buttons and maga- RONALD ARNDT "Hunk", Cub staff 4, I Intramurals I, Z, 5, 4. SUSAN ATKINS Cub Staff 5, 43 G.A.A. 5, 4g Girls' Senate 43 Hall Monitor 53 Pep Club 3, 43 Rocket Echoes 43 Thespians 4g Entered from Pomona, Cal. 5. RONALD BABCOCK "Ron", Boys' Choir I, 2, 53 Safety Club 23 Science Hobbies I. ROBERT BACKMAN "Buck", Biology Club 43 Basketball I3 Intramurals I, 2, 5, 4. GALE BALTHAZOR "lfrellcl1ie". Cub Stag 43 Science Hobbies I. DAVID BARNSTABLE "Barney" Biology Club 5, 43 Conservation Club 2, 5, 43 Intra- murals I, 53 Track 2, 5. 16 zines. This year Ann Norman represented our class during the Homecoming Festivities. The officers in charge of our dance, Stardust, were Tom Kress, presidentg Stuart Monard, vice president, Judy Page, secretary, and Pat Werling, treasurer. As juniors we immediately began planning for our Prom by electing competent class officers. They were Terry Tuttrup, presidentg jim Neubauer, vice-presidentg janet Mueller, secretaryg Bev Frakes, treasurer. They in turn chose Rose Schloemer and Peter Miedke as co-chairman for "Young at Heart", the theme of the Prom. as "sophisticated seniors" RICHARD BARNSTABLE "Burny", Biology Club I, 2, 5, 43 Conservation Club I, 2, 5, 43 Football I3 Hall Monitor 43 Intramurals I, 2, 5, 43 Pep Club 53 Track I, 5. DIEDRICH BASTAR "Stony", Hall Monitor 4g Intramurals 4. CAROL BEACH Biology Club 23 G.A.A. l, 23 Girls' Choir 23 Home Economics Club I, 2, 5, 43 Pep Club 5. DANICE BECKSTROM "Danny", Band I3 Biology Club 2, 43 Cub Staff 53 Forensics 43 Future Teachers 43 G.A.A. 1, Z3 Girls' Choir Z3 Hall Monitor 53 Pep Club 1, 2, 3, 43 Psychometry Club 43 Entered from Niagara, Wis. I. MARVIS BEHNKE "Marty", Biology Club 23 Girls' Choir 2, 5, 43 Home Economics Club I, 2, 5: Safety Club 2. JEROME BEHRENS "jerry", Conservation Club 53 Hall Monitor 43 Intramurals I, 2, 5, 43 Pep Club I3 Safety Club Z. Many honors were bestowed on our classmates that year. Janis Ruthven was chosen as Homecom- ing attendant and Pat Wieckert represented us as Venetian attendant. Mary Albert, joan Alferi, Sue Chudacoif, Rose Schloemer, and Pat Werling were elected to the National Honor Society. Pat Wer- ling also attended Badger Girl's State. Attending Badger Boy's State were Paul Thomsen, Peter Miedke, and Gordon Mortensen. With three years behind us and only one year left to accomplish many things, we elected hard- working senior ofiicers. Pete Miedke, Howie Gil- bertson, Terry Kelly, and Dave Williams-presi- dent, vice president, secretary, and treasurer re- specitively -represented us on many occasions. Career Day was held on October 26, 1955, and many of us chose our future vocations. The Senior boys chose judy Page as Homecom- ing Queen. Later in the year janet Mueller was elected Venetian queen, and Audrey Paul was elected her attendant. For the first time in Neenah High School, the Senior class held a party during Christmas vacation just for seniors and their guests-the Starlight Ball. On May 5, 1956, at the first junior prom in the new gym, Pet Miedke and Emogene Below reigned as king and queen "Over the Rainbow". After the Prom, Graduation Week came too soon. On june 6, we donned our caps and gowns and received our diplomas. JEROME BELANGER "jerry", Forensics 2, 43 Latin Club Z3 Track 2, 5, 43 Entered from Donaldson, Ind. 2. EMOGENE BELOW Hpllllfbjln, Band I. Z3 Conservation Club I, 2, 53 Cub Staff 2, 5, 43 Future Teachers 5, Treasurer 43 G.A.A. I, 2, 43 Library Club Z, 5, 43 Pep Club I, Z, 5, 43 Rocket Staff Z3 Spanish Club 5. EDWARD BENEDICT "Ed", Biology Club 2, fi Baseball 23 Conservation Club Z. 53 Football I, 2, 53 Hall Monitor 43 Intramurals l, Z, 5, 43 Track 5. BEVERLY BEYER "Bern, G.A.A. l, 23 Girls' Choir I, 2, 53 Home Economics Club 43 Pep Club I3 Rocket Staff I. CAROL BIRMINGHAM Biology Club 43 Conservation Club 53 Future Teachers 43 G.A.A. I, 2, 5. 43 Girls' Choir I, Z3 Hall Monitor 43 Library Club I3 Latin Club 53 Pep Club 5, 43 Rocket Echoes, Editor 4. MARJORIES BLAJESKI I7 class officers were elected 1.4! There was much commotion and excitement as the Seniors bought their books for the coming year. ROBERT BLENKER "Blink", Band l, 2, 3, Conservation Club l, 2, 5, 4, Football 2, 3, 4, "N" Club 4, Pep Club 4, Student Council 4, Track 1, 2, 5, 4, LA DONNA BORK "Donna", Band l, 2, Class Secretary I, Conservation Club l, 2, 5, Board Member 4, Cub Staff l, 2, Feature Editor 5, 4, Pep Band 2, Pep Club 2. 5, Rocket Stall' 2, 5, Student Council 2, 5. Secretary 4. CARLTON BROCKMAN "Chief", Conserva- tion Club l, Z, 5, 4, Hall Monitor 4. LLOYD BRUSS "Broxsie", Safety Club 4, Entered from Winneconne, Wis. 4. MARY BUCHANAN Band I, 2, 5, Biology Club 4, Cub Stall 2, 5, 4, Forensics 2, G.A.A. l, 2, Girls' Senate, Treasurer 4, Pep Club 5, 4, Rocket Echoes, Co-Editor 4, Rocket Stall Z, 5, Spanish Club 5, Student Council 4, Thespians 2, 5, 4. WILLIAM BUCHANAN "Booze", Biology Club 4, Basketball l, Conservation Club l. 2, 5, Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4, Mixed Choir I, 2, 5, Pep Club 4, Student Council 2, Tennis I, Z, 5. I8 AUDREY BULL "Bcity", Biology Club Z, 4, Conservation Club Z. 5, 4, Cub Staff Z, 5, Forensics 2. 5, 4, G.A.A. 2, 5, Girls' Choir l, Hall Monitor 5, 4, Latin Club 5, Mixed Choir 2, Pep Club l, 2, 5. 4, Rocket Echoes 4, Spanish Club 4. MARGARET BUNKER "Peggy", Biology Club 2, Conservation Club l, 2, 5. 4, Foren- sics 5, G.A.A. l, 2. 5, 4, Library Club I, Z, 5, 4, Pep Club l, Z, 3, Rocket Stall 2, Spanish Club 4, Thespians 5, Treasurer 4. THOMAS BURNS "lVindy", Hall Monitor 4, Intramurals 5, 4, Student Council 3, 4, En. tered from Menasha, Wis, 3. RONALD BUSER Conservation Club l, Z, 5, Intramurals I. MYRNA CAMPBELL "Hina", Entered from New London, Wis. 4. SUSAN CHUDACOFF "Sue", Band l, 2, 5, 4, Conservation Club l, 2, 5, 4, Forensics 5, G.A.A. l, 2, 3, 4, Girls' Senate 2, Library Club l, Latin Club Sec-Treas. 5, National Honor Society 3, Vice-President 4, Pep Band 5, 4: Pep Club 1. 2, 5, 4: Rocket Staff I, 2, 5, Co-Editor 4, Rotary Essay 5, Rotary Lun- cheon 2, Student Council 2, Thespians Z, Secretary 5, 4. i'-:M-'lfig after spirited campaigning JOYCE CIHLAR Girls' Choir Z. HERSCHEL CLOUGH "Her',u'lJ". JAMES COENEN "Coorlie", Basketball, Man- ager lg Class Vice-President lg Conservation Club Z, 5, 4g Intramurals 1, 2, 55 Pep Club Z, 5, President 4g Student Council 4. DAVID COURTNEY Biology Club 5, 4z Conservation Club 5, 4g Football l, 2, 5, 4g Intramurals l, 2, 5, 4g Library Club 55 "N" Club 4g Pep Club, Secretary 4g Student Council 4g Track l, 2, 5. 4. BARBARA CUMMINGS "Barb", Band l, Z, 5, 4g Biology Club -ig Conservation Club 2g Future Teachers 4g G.A.A. lg Latin Club 5: Pep Band 43 Pep Club 4. BERNARD DAHL "Bernie", Band l, 2, 5, 4g Biology Club Zg Science Hobbies Z. 5. Sec- retary 4. Miss Mae Roach, well known educator, conversed before lunch with the planning committee for Senior Career Day. Seated are Schloemer, B. Frultes, and Miss Roach, standing are P. Pierce, Severson, Wiecltert, B. Weigt, and S. Kurtz. EVELYN DEKEYSER "Er"', Conservation Club lg G.A.A. l, 2. WILLIAM DE KEYSER "Sundrnp", Conscr vation Club l, 2, 5, 4. WILLIAM DE LAPP "Bill", Football l, 2, I Proiectionists l, FREDRICK DEUTSCH "Pele", Hall Moni- tor 5, 4g Intramurals 5, 4g Pep Club 4g Science Hobbies 2g Spanish Club jg Tennis 1. 2. 5, 4. DOUGLAS DIXON "Doug", Conservation Club 1, 2. 5: Cub Staff I. 2. Front Page Editor 5, 4g Rocket Staff 5, Co-Writing Editor 4, Rotary Luncheon 5g Spanish Club, Vice-President 2. LE ROY DJUPSTROM "slime", Biology Club 4g Hall Monitor 4g Intramurals l, 2, 5, 4g Mixed Choir I, 2, 5g Track l, 2. I9 An unusual occurrence this year was the election of ull boys as senior :loss officers. Seated are: Dove Wil- liams, treasurerg Howie Gilbertson, vice-presidentg Terry Kelly, secretory. Standing are: Mr. Kenneth Peterson, senior class advisor and Warren Miedke, president. BEVERLY FRAKES "Bev", Biology Club 3, 45 Class Treasurer 35 Conservation Club 1, 2, Board Member 5, 45 Cub Staff 2, 35 G.A.A. I, 2, 3, Vice-Pres. 45 Girls' Choir 15 Girls' Senate 25 Hall Monitor 45 Library Club 25 Latin Club 55 Pep Club I, 2. 3, 45 Rocket Staff 2, 3, Co-Business Manager 4. JUDITH FRANCART "Judy", Girls' Choir I, 2, 3, 45 Latin Club 45 Pep Club I. WALTER GAUGER "Walt", Basketball 15 Football 1. 2, 5, 45 Hall Monitor 45 Intra- murals 1, 2, 3, 45 "N" Club 45 Safety Club 45 Track I, 2, 5. SHIRLEY GENETT "Sher-ro", G.A.A. l, 2, 5, 45 Hall Monitor 5, 45 Home Economics Club I, 45 Pep Club 45 Rocket Echoes 4. ROLLIN GEROLD "Rollie", Basketball I5 Intramurals I, 2, 5, 45 Tennis I, 2, 3. RAYMOND GERRITS "Peanut", Conservation Club I, 2, 3, 45 Cub Staff 45 Intramurals I, Z, 3, 45 Pep Club 45 Safety Club 3. 20 we had a wonderful time JUDITH EHLERS "Judy", Band I, 1, 55 Conservation Club 45 Hall Monitor 4. MARY ELLIOTT Biology Club 55 Conserva- tion Club 2, 55 G.A.A. I. 2, 5. 45 Girls' Choir I, 25 Latin Club 45 Pep Club 3, 4. HOWARD ELLIS MARCIA FALCK Debate I, Z, S5 Forensics I5 Future Teachers 45 G.A.A. I5 Hall Monitor 5, 45 Pep Club 5, 45 Thespians 5, 4. CATHERINE FERRIER Biology Club 45 Girls' Choir 45 Mixed Choir 45 Pep Club 45 Entered from Kapuskasing, Ontario 4. WILLIAM FLESCH "Bill", Conservation Club I, 2, 55 Debate I5 Hall Monitor 45 Pep Club 5, 45 Safety Club 5. at the senior dance, "starlight ball" BURTON GIBSON "Burt" DUANE GIBSON "Il"uym"'. Conservation Club 5, 45 Intramurals l, Z, 5. l'IOWARD GILBERTSON "Howie", Basket- ball 5, 45 Class Vice President 45 Hall Moni- tor 45 Intramurals 5, 45 Pep Club 45 Projec- tionists 45 Spanish Club 4. Entered from Menasha, Wis. 5. NANCY GORGES "Nance", Band l, 2. 5, 45 Cub Stal? 55 G.A.A. I5 Hall Monitor 5, 45 Pep Club 4. ALBERTA GRAHAM "Bw'lie", Biology Club 2, 45 Conservation Club 2, 5, 45 Forensics 45 G.A.A. I5 Girls' Choir I5 Latin Club 55 Mixed Choir 2, 5, 45 Pep Club 5, 45 Rocket Echoes 4. RONALD GREGORY "Greg", Baseball I, 2, 55 Football I. Mr. Spoo poinls out the Senior Career Day activities while Meidke, Pelersen and Pierce preview lhe program and give suggeslions lo complete plans for the day. GERALD GRIEPENTROG "Frog", Hall Mon- itor 45 Intramurals 1, 25 Science Hobbies 1, 2. EUGENE GRUNDY Cub Staff 45 Intramur- als I, 2, 5, 4. ROBERT GRUNSKA "Bob", Conservation Club 2, 5, 45 Football 1, 2, 5, 45 Intramurals 2, 55 "N" Club 45 Pep Club 5, 45 Track 3, 4. JUDY HABER Band l, 2, 5, 45 Biology Club 2, 55 Hall Monitor 45 Pep Band 5, 45 Rocket Staff, Typing Co-Editor 4. DARLENE I-IAMMEL "Dardy", Band I ,25 Conservation Club 5, 45 G.A.A. l, 2, 5, 45 Hall Monitor 45 Home Economics Club 45 Pep Club l, 2, 5, 4. JOAN I-IAMMILL "jo", Biology Club 3, 45 Conservation Club 1, 2, 45 Girls' Choir l, 2, 5, 45 Home Economics Club 45 Pep Club I, 2, 45 Safety Club 2, 5, 4. 21 Bev Beyer, Janice Houfe, Sandro Landskron, and Carol Wesfpfal prepare to take the G. A. T. B. manual dexterity tests to discover Iheir abilities. BECKLYN HILLIKER "Beck", Conservation Club 2, 5, 45 Hall Monitor 45 Intramurals 1, 2, 5, 45 Pep Club 45 Projectionists I, 2, 5, 45 Safety Club 2, 5, Vice-President 45 Science Hobbies 4. ROY HOLZ "Niper", Conservation Club 1, Z5 Hall Monitor 5, 4. JONATHAN HOPKINS "Hop", Band 1, 2, 5, 45 Cub Staff 2, Circulation Manager 5, 45 Pep Band 2, 5, 45 Rocket Echoes, Business Manager 45 Rocket Staff 45 Rotary Luncheon 55 Spanish Club 25 Thespians 2, 5, 4. NANCY HORN Band I, 25 Conservation Club 2, 5. 45 Cub Staff 45 G.A.A. I, 2, 5, 45 Library Club I, 2, 5. 45 Latin Club 55 Pep Band 25 Pep Club I, 5, 45 Rocket Echoes 45 Rocket Staff 55 Rotary Luncheon I5 Thespians I, 2, 5. 4. SUZANNE JAHNS Biology Club I, 2, 45 Conservation Club I5 G.A.A. I, 25 Girls' Sen- ate 45 Hall Monitor 5, 45 Latin Club 55 Pep Club I, 2, 5, 4. NANCY JAMES "Nan", Band I, 2, 55 Biol- ogy Club 45 Conservation Club I5 Cub Staff 25 Future Teachers 45 G.A.A. I, 25 Girls' Choir 45 Hall Monitor 45 Pep Band 2, 35 Pep Club 2, 5, 45 Rocket Staff 5. the winter formal was NEIL HANSEN Conservation Club I5 Intra- murals I, 2, 5, 45 Latin Club 55 Rocket Staff 5. Co-Editor 45 Rotary Luncheon 4. THEODORA HARTZHEIM "'l'c'd11ie". Girls' 'Choir 2. 5, 45 Home Economics Club 2. JANICE HAUFE "jan", Conservation Club I, 25 Pep Club I. 2. RITA HEIGL Band I, Z5 Biology Club 45 Conservation Club I, 2, 5, 45 Forensics 5: Future Teachers 55 G.A.A. I. 2. 5, 45 Girls' Senate I5 Latin Club 55 Pep Club I, 2, 5, 45 Rotary Luncheon 25 Student Council 4, BONITA HEINZ "Bonnie", Conservation Club I5 Girls' Choir I, 25 Girls' Senate, Co-Presi- dent 45 Pep Club I, Z, 5. ROBERT HEINZKILL "fig", Band I, 2, 55 Intramurals I, Z, 5, 45 Latin Club Z5 Track I. if iv' DARYL JENSEN janv Conservation Club I, 2, Board Member 5, President 4, Football I, 2, Manager 5, 45 Intramurals l, 2, 5, 45 "N" Club 45 Pep Club 45 Student Council, Vice-President 45 Track 1, 2, Manager 5, 4. LEE JENSEN "Skipper", Biology Club 25 Cub Staff 45 Intramurals Z5 Entered from Water- town, Wis. 2. RONALD JOHNSON "Goose", Biology Club 45 Baseball 2, 5, 45 Basketball l, 2, 5, 45 Con- servation Club 2, 5, 45 Football I, 25 Hall Monitor 45 Intramurals l, 2, 5, 45 "N" Club 45 Pep Club 45 Rocket Stal? 55 Student Coun- cil 5, 45 Track l, Z. SHIRLEY JOHNSON Biology Club 45 Girls' Choir I, Z5 Hall Monitor 45 Pep Club l, 5, 4. TERRY KELLY "Skeeter", Baseball I, 2. 5. 45 Basketball l, Z, 5, 45 Class Secretary 45 Conservation Club 25 Football l, 2, 5, 45 Intramurals l, 2, 5, 45 "N" Club 45 Rotary Luncheon Z5 Student Council I. PAUL KEM PS "Reeb". during Christmas vacation -ni" W? Mr. Bylow helped all of us decide what we should do offer graduation. Here he is counseling Sally Lyon. LELAND KIMBALL "Baldy", Football I5 Hall Monitor 45 Intramurals l, 2, 5, 45 Pro- jectionists 5, 4. ANITA KLEIST Girls' Choir l, 2, 5, 4. CLAUDIA KOEPKE "Butterball", Band l, Z5 Biology Club 15 Conservation Club 25 G.A.A. l, 25 Girls' Choir 45 Hall Monitor 45 Home Economics Club 2, 5, 45 Pep Club 2. JEAN KOFLER "Jeanne", Band l, 25 Con- servation Club 2, 5, 45 G.A.A. 5, 45 Hall Monitor 5, 45 Home Economics Club 25 Pep Club 1, 2, 5, 45 Projectionists 4. BARBARA KRABLEAN "Barb", Band I5 Biology Club 45 Conservation Club l, 2, 5, 45 Cub Staff 25 Debate I5 G.A.A. I, 2, 5, 45 Hall Monitor 5, 45 Latin Club 55 Pep Club 2. 3. 4. BEVERLY KRAUS "Be1"', Girls' Choir I, 2. 125 vacation ended too soom TOM KRESS 'Basketball I, Z5 Class President 25 Conservation Club I. 2. 5, 45 Football I, 2, 5, 45 Intramurals I, Z, 5, 45 "N" Club 45 Pep Club I5 Student Council 45 Track I, 2, 5, 4. SHARON KRUEGER "Krug", Biology Club 45 Conservation Club 2, 55 G.A.A. I, 2, 5, 45 Girls' Choir I5 Girls' Senate 55 Hall Monitor 5, 45 Latin Club 55 Pep Club 2, 5, 45 Rocket Echoes 4. JOANN KUETHER "jo", Biology Club 45 'Cub Stall' 55 Future Teachers 45 G.A.A. I, 25 Girls' Choir I, 2, President 45 Hall Monitor 5, 45 Mixed Choir 55 Pep Club I, Z, 4. SUSAN KURTZ "Sue", Band l, 2, 55 Biology Club 45 Conservation Club I, 25 Cub Staff 55 G.A.A. I, Z, 5, 45 Hall Monitor 45 Latin Club 55 Pep Band 2, 55 Pep Club I, 2, 5, 45 Rocket Echoes 45 Rocket Stal? 5, 4. SUSAN LANDIG ",S'usie", Band I5 Biology Club 45 Cheerleaders I, Z, 5. Captain 45 Con- servation Club l, 2, 5, 45 G.A.A. I, 2, 5, 45 Hall Monitor 5, 45 Library Club I5 Latin Club 55 Pep Club 1, 2, 5, 45 Rocket Echoes 45 Student Council, Treasurer 4. DIANE LANDSKRON Band l, 2, 5, 45 Con- servation Club 45 Forensics 45 G.A.A. I, 2, 5, 45 Hall Monitor 5, 45 Latin Club 55 Pep Band 2, 5, 45 Pep Club 2, 5, 45 Rocket Echoes 4. Darlene Hammel makes sure fha! Gordon Mor1ensen's grodualion gown will GI. SANDRA LANDSKRON "Sul", Conservation Club 5, 45 Latin Club 45 Safety Club 45 Entered from Menasha, Wis. 5. MARGARET LARSEN "Mu x", Band I, 2, 55 K G.A.A. I, 25 Hall Monitor 45 Pep Club 45 Safety Club 2. RODNEY LA RUE "Rod", Football l, 2, 55 Intramurals I, Z, 5, 45 Tennis 5, 45 Track I. Z. PATRICIA LAURSEN "Pal", Biology Club l. 1. 5, 45 G.A.A. I5 Girls' Choir I, Treasurer 25 Girls' Senate, Treasurer 55 Hall Monitor 5, 45 Latin Club 55 Pep Club 45 Rocket lfchoes 4. MARY LAUSON Conservation Club 1, 2, 5: G.A.A. I, Z, 5. 45 Girls' Choir l, 25 Latin Club 45 Pep Club 2, 5. lEl.lZABE'l'l'l LEAMAN "Liz", Biology Club 45 Conservation Club I, Z, 5, 45 Future Teachers 55 G.A.A. I, 2, 55 Girls' Choir l, 2, 45 Hall Monitor 45 Latin Club 55 Pep Club 2. 55 Rotary Luncheon 55 Ushers Z, Secretary- 'Ireasurer 5, President 4. veg This year white cops and gowns were worn by the girls at grocl- uation. Teddy Hortzheim meas- ures Sandra Rouse for her gown. exams came too soon! LORRAINE LEMKE Band I3 Biology Club 43 G.A.A. I, 23 Latin Club 5. jlIDl'l'H LENZ "Judy", G.A.A. Z3 Girls' Choir Z3 Library Club 43 Pep Club Z, A173 Entered from Tigerton. Wis. Z. CARLA LOEHNING Conservation Club Z, 53 Girls' Choir I. 43 Hall Monitor 43 Home Economics Club 2, 5, 43 Pep Club 23 Safety Club 4. JEROME LUND "jerry", Biology Club 43 Conservation Club I. 2, 53 Boys' Choir I3 Hall Monitor 5, 43 Intramurals I3 Pep Club 53 Rocket Staff I3 Spanish Club, Vice-Presi- dent 53 Student Council 2, 4. SARAH LYON "Sally", Biology Club 43 Con- servation Club 2. 53 Cub Staff 2, Co-Ex- change Editor 5, 43 G.A.A. I. Z, 5, 43 Girls' Choir I3 Hall Monitor 5. 43 Latin Club 53 Mixed Choir 43 Rocket Echoes 43 Rocket Staff 4. THOMAS McKEE "Tommy", Entered from Missouri 4. "Z".! 'Oi' gf-nv A typical lunch hour for Paul Rasmussen. Dove Courtney takes time out for homework. .IUDITH MALCHOW "Judy", Biology Club 2, 5. Secretary 43 Future Teachers 43 G.A.A. 53 Girls' Choir 23 Girls' Senate, Vice-Presi- dent 43 Pep Club 2, 43 Rotary Luncheon 43 Student Council 4. ROBERT MANTEUFEL "Killer", Conserva- tion Club 2, 5, 43 Hall Monitor 43 Intra- murals I, 2, iQ Safety Club 5. MONICA MARMES Hflluflieu, Band I ,2, 5, 43 Cub Staff 5, 43 G.A.A. I3 Hall Monitor 43 Pep Band 2. RICHARD MARTINY "Teeny", Band I, Za Biology Club 23 Basketball, Manager 23 Conservation Club Z, 53 Football, Manager l,2,5,43 Intramurals l, 2, Vice-President 5. Secretary 43 Pep Club 5, Vice-President 43 Projectionists l, 2. 53 Rotary Luncheon 23 "N" Club 43 Science Hobbies 2g Student Council I, 23 Track, Manager I, 2. MARGARET MATHEWSON "Peggy", Girls' Choir I. 2, 53 Hall Monitor 5, 43 Home Economics Club 23 Safety Club 5. DAVID MENTINK "Dare", Conservation Club 53 Intramurals I. 25 The CUB sponsored u Miss Klumb contest. Looking of the publicity poster are Tom Molzow, Donna Bork, Gib Alfertig, and Doug Dixon. STUART MONARD "Rocky", Class Vice- President Z3 Conservation Club 2, 5, 43 "N" Club 43 Student Council I, 5, 43 Track I. Z. 5, Captain 4. GORDON MORTENSEN Band I, 2, 5: Biology Club 43 Badger Boys ?IQ Basketball I. Z. 5, 43 Football I, Z, 5, 43 Future Teachers 43 Intramurals I. Z, 5, 43 Latin Club 53 Mixed Choir, Treasurer 43 "N" Club 43 Pep Club 5, 43 Rotary Luncheon 43 Tennis I, 2, 5. Captain 4. JACQUELINE MUELLER "jackie", Biology Club Z. 5, 43 Conservation Club Z3 G.A.A. 2, 5, 43 Pep Club 5. JANET MUELLER Biology Club 5, 43 Class Secretary 53 G.A.A. 2. 5, 43 Girls' Choir, President I3 Girls' Senate 53 Latin Club, President 53 Mixed Choir 2, 5, Secretary 43 Student Council 2, 4. ,IOIIN NELSON "Nels", Biology Club 43 Boys' Choir I. Z3 Football I3 Intramurals I. Z, 5, 43 "N" Club 43 Pep Club 43 Rocket Stall' 43 Science Hobbies 2, 53 Track I, 2, 5, 4. JACOB NENNIG "luke", Safety Club 4. 26 how proud we were PEGGY METZ "Peg", Biology Club z, 5, 4, Conservation Club I3 G.A.A. Z, 5, 43 Girls' Choir l, 23 Pep Club I, 2, 5, 43 Psycho- metry Club 4. WARREN MIEDKE "Pele", Band I, Z, 5, 43 Badger Boys 53 Biology Club 43 Class Presi- dent 43 Cub Staff 5, 43 Forensics I, 2, 5, 43 Hall Montior 5, 43 Latin Club 53 Pep Band 2, 5, 43 Pep Club 5, 43 Rocket Echoes 43 Rotary Luncheon 53 Thespians I, Z. 53 Vice- President 4. WILLIAM MILLAR Biology Club 43 Basket- ball I3 Football I, 2. 5, 43 Intramurals I, 2, 5, 43 Latin Club RFQ "N" Club 43 Track I, 2, 5, 4. DONALD E. MILLER "Tub", Baseball l, 2, 5. 43 Basketball I, 2, 53 Football I, Z, 5, 43 Intramurals I, 2, 5, 43 "N" Club 43 Rotary Luncheon 23 Student Council 5. DONALD F. MILLER "Red", Conservation Club 2, 53 Football I3 Intramurals 53 Mixed Choir I, 2, 53 Pep Club 5, 43 Rocket Echoes, Co-Editor 43 Safety Club 2. THOMAS MOLZOW "Mouse", Basketball I3 Cub Staff 5, Editor-in-chief 43 Football I, 2, 5, 43 Hall Monitor 43 Intramurals l. 2, 53 "N" Club 43 Proiectionists I, 2, 5, 43 Science Hobbies l, 2, 5, 43 Track 2, 5. of our new gym JAMES NEUBAUER "jim", Boys' Choir I, Class Vice-President Z, Conservation Club Z, Football I, 2, 5, 4, Intramurals I, 2, 5, 4, "N" Club 4, Pep Club 4, Science Hobbies I, Track I, 2, 5, 4. KAY NIELSEN Biology Club 2, Conservation Club I, 2, 5, 4, G.A.A. I, Z, 5, Girls' Choir I, 2, 4, Hall Monitor 5, 4, Pep Club 5. 4, Student Council 4. ANN NORMAN Conservation Club I, Board Member 2, 5, Secretary 4, G.A.A. I, 2, 5, 4, Girls' Choir I, Hall Monitor 5, Library Club I, Latin Club 5, Mixed Choir 2, Pep Club I, Z. 5, 4, Rocket Echoes, Typing Ed- itor 4, Rocket Staff I, Rotary Luncheon 2. CAROL PAGE Conservation Club Z, 5, 4, G.A.A. 2. 5, Girls' Choir I, 2, 5. 4, Hall Monitor 5, Home Economics Club 2, 5, Pep Club 5, Ushers 5, Vice-President 4. JUDITH PAGE "Judy", Biology Club 5, 4, Class Secretary Z, Conservation Club I, 2, Cub Staff 5, 4, G.A.A. I, 2, 5, 4, Girls' Senate 5, Hall Monitor 5, 4, Pep Club 5, Treasurer 4, Rocket Staff 5, Typing Co- Editor 4. HARLAND PALMER "Hurley", Entered from Xvaupaca, Wis. 5. Marv Swichfenberg Tries out the bubbler while Jim Coenen supervises VIRGINIA PANTTON "Ginny", Biology Club 4, Conservation Club 2, Forensics 2, G.A.A. I, 2, 5, 4, Hall Monitor 4, Latin Club 5, Pep Club 1, 2, 5, 4, Rocket Echoes 4, Rocket Staff 5, Co-Writing Editor 4, Student Council 4, Thespians 4. JO ANN PASTERNOCK "jo", Home Econ- omics Club 2, President 4, Pep Club I, 2, 5. AUDREY PAUL "And", Biology Club 4, Cheerleaders 2, 5, 4, Conservation Club I, G.A.A. I, 2, 5, 4, Hall Monitor 5, 4, Latin Club 5, Pep Club I, 4, Rocket Staff I, Rotary Luncheon 5. MARYANN PAULSON "Mary", Girls' Choir 4, Home Economics Club 5, 4. SHIRLEY PERKETTE "Perla", Conservation Club 2, G.A.A, I, Girls' Choir I, Psycho- metry Club 4, Safety Club 2. SANDRA PETERSEN "Sandjy". Band I, 2, 5, 4: Biology Club 4, G.A.A. l, 2, 5, 4, Library Club 2, 5, 4, Latin Club 5, Pep Band 2, 5, 4, Pep Club 2, 5, 4, Rocket Echoes 4, Rocket Staff 5, 4, Rotary Luncheon 2. 27 DONNA POMRENING "Red", Conservation Club I, Z3 Hall Monitor 43 Intramurals 43 Pep Club i, 2. MARY POTRATZ Biology Club 23 Conser- vation Club 4, G.A.A. 23 Girls' Choir I, Z, 3. ROBERT PRINDLE "Dorn, Intramurals I, Z, 5, 43 Proiectionists I, 23 Safety Club 4. JAMES RASMUSSEN "Ray", Boys' Choir I3 Conservation Club I3 Cub Staff 4. PAUL RASMUSSEN "Rus", Hall Monitor 43 Intramurals 43 Mixed Choir Ig Proiectionists I, 2, 5, 43 Rocket Statf 3, 43 Science Hobbies I, 2, 5, 43 Tennis 2, 5, 4. ELAINE RATZBURG "Ra!zy". Band I3 Con- servation Club 5, 43 G.A.A. I, 5, 43 Entered from Oconto Falls, Wis. 2. 28 arrayed in formals, PAUL PFAFF "Pfuff-IJ", BoyS' Choir l, Z3 Latin Club 53 Rocket Echoes 43 Rocket Staff 43 Science Hobbies 2, 5, 4. MARCIA PHEIFER "MarIy". Conservation Club I, 2. 5, 43 Future Teachers 23 G.A.A. I, 2, 5, 43 Girls' Choir I, 23 Hall Monitor 5, 43 Pep Club I. 2, 5, 4. RONALD PHELPS "Ron", Conservation Club I3 Hall Monitor 43 Projectionists 53 Science Hobbies 2, 5, 43 Thespians 4. PATRICIA PIERCE "Pal", Biology Club Z3 Conservation Club I, 2, 5, Board Member 43 Cub Staff 43 G.A.A. I, 2, 5, 43 Girls' Choir I3 Latin Club 53 Mixed Choir 23 Pep Club I, 2. 5. 43 Rocket Stall' 5. LOIS PINGEL "Loie", Conservation Club 5, 43 Girls' Choir Z, Secretary 53 Proiectionists 5. 4. WAYNE PINGEL "Ping", Conservation Club I, 2, 53 Cub Staff 43 Football 5, 43 Hall Monitor 3, 43 Intramurals I, 2, 3, 43 "N" Club 43 Track 5, 4. In the senior biology class, Mr. Gundloch explains to his students the functions of the heart ond the circulatory system. -IS 1- we danced at the prom I BEVERLY RICHARDSON "Bern, Biology Club 5, 43 G.A.A. I, Z, 5, 43 Girls' Choir I3 Girls' Senate 23 Hall Monitor 5, 43 Latin Club 53 Pep Club l, Z, 5, 43 Rotary Lunch- eon I3 Thespians 5, 43 Ushers 2, 5, 4. HENRY RITTER "'l'e.r", Intramurals 2. ROBERT ROSENOW "Burl", Intramurals I, 2, 5, 43 Projectionists 43 Track I. SANDRA ROUSE "Sandy", Conservation Club I3 Pep Club I, 2, 53 Psychometry Club 4. MARY RUTHVEN "jun", Conservation Club l, 2, 5, 4, Cub Staff 5, G.A.A. l, 2, 5, 4, Hall Monitor 5, 43 Pep Club 1, Z, 5, 4. JAMES SALM "jim", Conservation Club l, 2, 5, 43 Football I3 Intramurals I. S "This is the way, boys," says Mr. Zeniselt as he shows the correct machine shop tech- nique to Jim Neubauer and Ron Johnson. W mailed ' BARBARA SAUER "Barb", Conservation Club lg Hall Monitor iQ Home Economics Club 23 Pep Club 2, 5, 4. ROSE SCHLOEMER "Buddy", Cub Staff 2, 53 Debate I, 2, Point Secretary 5, President 43 Forensics 23 Future Teachers 53 Girls' Senate I3 Hall Monitor 5, 43 Library Club 23 Latin Club 23 National Honor Society 5, Secretary 43 Pep Club I, 2, 5, 43 Rocket Echoes 43 Rocket Staff I, Z, 5, Co-Business Manager 43 Rotary Essay 53 Rotary Luncheon I3 Thes- pians 5, Secretary 4. RICHARD SCHRAMM "Brno", Boys' Choir 23 Football I, 23 Intramurals I, 2, 5, 4. TERRY SCHROEDER Conservation Club 5. 43 Forensics 23 Rotary Luncheon 23 Safety Club 4. GENE SCI-IULTZ Biology Club 2, 5, Treas- urer 43 Basketball I3 Boys' Choir I, 2, 53 Conservation Club 53 Football I, 2, 5, 43 Intramurals I, 2, 5, 43 Latin Club 43 Mixed Choir 43 Pep Club 43 Track Z, 5, 4. RICHARD SCHULTZ "Dick", Boys' Choir I3 Biology Club 43 Baseball 5, 43 Basketball I, 2. 53 Football I, 2, 5, 43 Intramurals I, 2, 5, Vice-President 43 Latin Club 53 Mixed Choir 2, 3: "N" Club 4. 3 29 During a conference with our principal, Mr. Borgen, the girls posed for their picture. These senior girls are Monica Marmes, Barbara Abendroth, and Donna Bork. MAURICI: SKIBBA Hall Monitor 45 Intra- murals 25 Safety Club 25 Science Hobbies l, 2. RICHARD SNYDER "Dick", Band I5 Biol- ogy Club 2, 5, Hall Monitor 5, 45 Latin Club, President 55 Pep Club 5. 45 Rocket Echoes, Ass't Editor 45 Rotary Luncheon 15 Thes- pians 5, 4. RICHARD SORENSEN "Itch", Basketball l, Z5 Boys' Choir I5 Conservation Club l5 Foot- ball l, 25 Intramurals l, 2, 5, 45 Mixed Choir 2, 5, President 4. MARILYNN SPIELBAUER "Lynn", G.A.A. l5 Girls' Choir 2. 5, 45 Hall Monitor 45 Home Economics Club 45 Safety Club 5. ROBERTA STEFFENSEN "Bobbie", Biology Club 2, 5, 45 Conservation Club 2, 5, 45 Fut- ure Teachers 45 G.A.A. I5 Girls' Choir l5 Hall Monitor 45 Mixed Choir 2, 5, 45 Pep Club 2, 5, 4. LYALL STILP "skip", Biology Club 5. 4, Class President I5 Conservation Club l, 2, 5, 45 Debate I, 2, 45 Football I, 2, 5, 45 For- ensics l, 55 Intramurals l, 2, 5, 45 Latin Club President 55 "N" Club, Sec-Treas. 45 Pep Club 45 Rotary Luncheon 15 Student Council 55 Thespians l, Z, 5, 45 Track l, Z, 5, 4. 50 graduation was both MARY SCHULZ Band l, 2, 55 Biology Club 25 Conservation Club l, Z, 5. 45 G.A.A, l, Z, 5, 45 Hall Monitor 55 Latin Club 45 Pep Club l, 2, 5, 4. SUSAN SEVERSON "Sue", Forensics I5 G.A.A. l, 2, 5, 45 Latin Club 53 Pep Club I, 2, 55 Rocket Stat? 5, Layout Editor 45 Rotary Essay 55 Rotary Luncheon l5 Spanish Club, President 45 Thespians l, 2, Treasurer 5, 4. HALLIE SHADDUCK Biology Club 45 Girls' Choir 1, 25 Latin Club 5. SANDRA SHINNERS "Samly". Band l, 25 Biology Club Z5 G.A.A. l, Z5 Hall Monitor 4. THOMAS SIMERSON "Tom", Basketball 45 Football 45 "N" Club 45 Entered from Phil- lips, Wis. 4. MAUREEN SKIBBA "Reerm", Hall Monitor 45 Home Economics Club Z, 4. A happy and sad ROBERT STRAUSER "Bob", Band I, 2, 52 Latin Club 53 Proiectionists I, 2, 5, 43 Rotary Luncheon 23 Science Hobbies I, Z, Vice- President 5, President 4. CAROL SWENTNER Biology Club I, 2, 5. 43 G.A.A. I3 Girls' Choir I3 Girls' Senate I3 Pep Band 43 Psychometry Club 4. AMES SWENTNER "Sueen " Football I -I ' J' V , 23 Hall Monitor 43 Intramurals I, 2, 5, 43 Pep Club I3 Tennis I, 23 Track l, 2. 5. 4- MARVIN SWICHTENBERG "1IIar1"' Bo s' 1 Y Choir I, President 23 Conservation Club I, 2, 53 Football I3 Hall Monitor 43 Intramurals I, 2, 5, 43 Mixed Choir, Sec. 5: Pep Club 43 Safety Club I, 2. LLOYD TESCH Conservation Club 43 Pro- iectionists 53 Safety Club 4. KARL THOMPSON "Carlos", Football 5: Intramurals I, 2, 5, 43 Track I, 5, 4. X A group of anxious girls impatienfly wail Io buy their senior announcements and name cards from Alberta Graham. PAUL THOMSEN Biology Club 5. 43 Badger Boys 53 Basketball I, 2, 5, 43 Conservation Club I, 2, 5, 43 Cub Stal? 53 Football I3 Hall Monitor 43 Intramurals I, 2, 5, 4g "N" Club, '23 NO' Vice-President 43 Pep Club I, 2, 5, 43 Pro- jectionistj I, 2, 5, 43 Spanish Club 53 Track I, 2, 5, . THOMAS TOLLETTE "Tom", Band I, 2, 5, 43 Biology Club 43 Hall Monitor 43 Intra- murals I, 2, 5, 43 Latin Club 53 Pep Club 43 Rocket Echoes, Co-Editor 43 Rocket Stal? 43 Tennis 5, 43 Tbespians 2, 5, 4. GAIL TRAAS Conservation Club 2, 5, 43 Cub Staff 43 G.A.A. 2, 5, 43 Latin Club 53 Pep Club 2, 43 Rocket Echoes 43 Rocket Staff 53 Thespians 5, 43 Entered from Lewiston, New York 2. TERRY TUTTRUPP "II"iggle.v", Class Presi- dent 53 Cub Staff 43 Intramurals 2, 5, 43 Pep Club 43 Rocket Echoes 43 Rotary Luncheon 53 Student Council 43 Thespians 5, President 43 Track 2, 5, 43 Entered from Milwaukee, Wis. 2. THOMAS VOIGT "T. V.", Conservation Club 2, 5, 4: Football I3 Intramurals I, 2, 5, 43 Proiectionists I. EDWARD VOIGTMAN "Bud", Band I. 2. 5, 43 Biology Club 43 Pep Band 43 Pep Club 43 Proiecrionists 2, 5. 43 Rocket Staff 43 Sci- encg Hobbies I, 2, Treasurer 5, 43 Thespians 7 31 . 1 - after pleasant memories KAREN VOLKMAN ".S'lit'I'y", llilllll I, 3, 53 Biology Club Z3 Conservation Club I, 43 G.A.A. 43 Pep Band 2. BARBARA WEIGT "Bobbie", Band I3 Biol' ogy Club 43 Cub Staff 5. 43 Forensics Z. 53 G.A.A. I3 Girls' Choir I, Z, 5, 43 Girls' Sen- ate, Co-President 43 Library Club 23 Latin Club 53 Rocket Staff 53 Rotary Luncheon 5. KAREN WENNECHE Band I, 2, 53 Conser- vation Club 5, 43 Cub Stal? 5, 43 G.A.A. I, Z, 5, 43 Girls' Senate 53 Hall Monitor 43 Latin Club 53 Pep Club 2, 5, 43 Rocket Echoes 4. PATRICIA WERLING "Put", Badger Girls 53 Cheerleaders I, 2, 5, 43 Class Treasurer Z3 D.A.R. Delegate 43 G.A.A. I, 2, Treasurer 5, 43 Girls' Choir I3 Girls' Senate I3 Hall Moni- tor 43 Latin Club 53 Mixed Choir Z, 5. 43 National Honor Society 5, President 43 Pep Club I, Z, 5, 43 Rocket Echoes, Co-Editor 43 Rotary Luncheon 5. CAROL WESTFAHL Biology Club 43 G.A.A. I, Z, 5, 43 Girls' Choir 23 Hall Monitor 43 Pep Club 2, 43 Psychometry Club 4. PATRICIA WIECKERT "Pal", Band I3 Biol- ogy Club 23 Cheerleaders I. Z, 5, 43 Class Treasurer l3 Conservation Club I, Z, 53 G.A.A. I, 2, 53 Hall Monitor 43 Pep Club I, Z, 5, 43 Spanish Club 5. I I Another school day has ended. DAVE WILLIAMS "W'illie". Basketball I, Z3 Class Treasurer 43 Conservation Club I, 2, 5, 43 Football I3 2, 5, 43 Intramurals l, 1, 5, 43 Pep Club 43 Track I, 2. 5. 4. RICHARD WILLIAMS "Il"iUie". Library Club I3 Proiectionists I, 2, 5. 43 Safety Club 5. WILLIAM NWILLING "Il"iltl Bill", Baseball I, 2, 5, 43 Basketball I, 2, 5. 43 Cub Stall 43 Football I, 2, 53 Intramurals I, Z, 5, 43 Pep Club 4. CAROLYN WOHLERS G.A.A. I, 23 Girls' Choir Z3 Pep Club Z, 5. WILLIAM VVOLFI7 "Bill", Boys' Choir 23 Football 23 Intramurals I, Z3 Mixed Choir I, 5, 43 Track 2. ROBERT WOLFGRAM "WWII", Boys' Choir Z3 Conservation Club I, Z, 53 Cub Stall 43 Football I3 Hall Monitor 43 Intramurals I, Z, 5, 43 Pep Club 43 Safety Club 5, 43 Track I. 52 Leaving the school are JoAnn Kuether, Janet Mueller, Roberta SteHensen, and Pat Werling. I our future becomes JAMES ZARNOTH "Art", Cub Staff 45 Intramurals 3, 43 Safety Club 23 Track I, 2, 3, 4. SANDRA ZEHNER "Sandi", Biology Club 4g G.A.A. I, 2, 3, 49 Home Economics Club 23 Pep Club 5g Psychometry Club 45 Rotary Luncheon 3. PAUL ZEINERT. ."Whitey", Biology Club 2, 35 Conservation Club, Board Member 1, 2, 3, 4g Hall Monitor 5, 4, Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4g Mixed Choir lg Pep Club 3, 4. Seniors Not Pictured: ROGER SCHMITZ FRANCES ZEMLOCK a challenge COMMEN CEMENT PROGRAM JUNE 6, 1956 Processional ............ "Pomp and Citcumstancen Commencement Address ...... "Recipe for Living Compared by Edward Elgar Dr. Lindley Stiles, Unieerrity of Wirconrin Selected Band directed hy Mr. Letter Mais Dean of the School of Education Invocation .............. Rev. Paul G. Rasmussen Overture I . 1 1 I Q . I l . I 1 ' ' u . ' U .al-he Student Prince Pastor of Our Stl1'10ll'f',f Lutheran Church Address of Welcome ............. Warren Miedke Clan Pretident of Clan' of 1956 Composed hy Sigmund Ronzherg Selected Band I - Presentation of Class ............ Mr H O Borgen Words of Appreciation ........... Sandra Petersen pnmipal of Neenah High 5-61,001 Piano Duet ................ "Adagio in C Minor" Arranged by R. Berkowitz Barbara Weigt and Patricia Werling Introduction of Speaker ........ Mr. H. B. Mennes v Presentation of Diplomas .......... Mr Roy j Sund Compmed by 'Iwef Haydn President of Neenah Board of Education Class Song . . ........ . . Slrperintendent of Neenah Public Schools' Bene-diction . . . . . . Rev. Paul G Rasmussen BACCALAUREATE PROGRAM JUNE 5, 1956 Invocation and Benediction ...... Rev. Harvey Norenberg Sermon ................. . . . Rev. Arthur Tingley CLASS OFFICERS Prerident .... ................. W arren Miedke Vice Prerident . . . . . Howard Gilbertson Secretary .... ...... T erry Kelly 'I'rea.rurer ...................... David Williams Clan Adriror .... Mr. Kenneth D. Peterson CLASS SONG lTo the tune of "Rememberi We're leaving our Alma Mater We're leaving these halls so dear. The echoes ring on forever Of all the triumphs and joys each year. While time steals away youth's freedom And scatters the friends we knew, We'll treasure each lovely mem'ry To guide us our whole life through. We're facing the golden Future With hearts and voices high. The time flies-a new world calls us Good-bye, Neenah High Good-bye. II The Juniors To start the year off in line fashion, we elected four capable juniors to lead us through the year. Larry Bouquet served as president, Paul Kurtz, vice pres- Y ident, Brenda Brady, secretary, and Pat Porter, treas- urer. One of the big thrills of the year was the arrival of our long-awaited class rings, and their proud dis- playal has not yet worn off. Our Hoat, "We'll Lay 'Em Flat", was awarded the first prize in the Homecoming Parade. The juniors money-raising program included sell- ing pompoms at football games, sponsoring after-game dances and bake sales, and selling magazine subscrip- tions. These projects provided ample funds fot the Prom, the first to be held in the new gym. This Prom, "Over the Rainbow", was the perfect end to a happy and successful year for the juniors. P, Kurtz, vice-president, Porter, treasurer, Brady, secretary: Bouquet, president. The Sophomores Pep, spirit and vitality describes this year's Sophomore class. They began the year by electing class officers: jon Stilp, pres- ident, Kim Martiny, vice president, Pat Carroll, secretary, and jean Malouf, treasurer. The next event was Homecoming, for the Pep Parade they made a float, the slogan being, "We'll Send the Indians to their Happy Hunting Ground". Ellen O'Leary was elected the repre- sentative for the Homecoming Game. On February 11, the annual "Shower of Stats" variety show was presented which was followed by a dance with the theme, "Cupid's Holiday". To raise money the sophomores had a bake sale, sold tickets to the production "Harvey", sold notebook paper and held dances after basketball games. Carroll, secretary, J. Stilp, president, K. Martiny, vice-president: Jean Malouf, treasurer. The Freshmen The class of '59, with 253 members, gathered for the first time on September 15, 1955. Bill Kuehl was elected president, Gary Alfertig, vice president, Nancy Glover, secretary, and Judy Paul, treasurer. The class contributed a float for the Homecoming Parade. Sharon johnson was elected as their represent- ative in the Homecoming Court. Many Freshmen boys participated in basketball, tennis, football, baseball and track . On December 17, the class of '59 sponsored an all- school party. It was a big success. They ended their activities with a successful dance after Lenten season, the theme being, "Carnival of Color." Gary Alfertig, vice-president, Glover, secretary, J. Paul, treasurer, W. Kuehl, president. 5 fl Q l l v, 5 ' - 2- 5" N 1 J as 'er ' 9 N" -'.. , ' B n' e 'Q W W, 'QQ . Xe, , .is a s 1.9 59 l W ,iii ' 4' ' X L 1 L, W' be 'Z gig T. N ' K I, R was th I - ,st X if ff V ,Q 'W we ' 1 - A G 3 I' Row l: Bonnie Case, Carol Casperson, Kay Carol Christensen, Kay Lynn Christianson. Robert Clark, Carol Clow, LeRoy Cole Row 2: Nancy Collier, Janice Collins, Diane Conine, Gwen Courtney, Colleen Crawford, Dennis Davis, Donald DeBraal Row 5: William Diedrich, Margaret Dietz. Don Dixon, David Dordel, Elizabeth Drew, Richard DuBois, Alice Elwood Row 4: Judith Evans, Ronald Evans, Thomas Fahrenkrug, Nancy Falch, Mary Jane Fara, Catherine Farley, Nancy Fowler Juniors Row 1: Dave Achterberg, Virginia Albert, Daniel Alesch, Judith Alfertig, Cleo Alsteen, Kenneth Andersen, Don Angell Row 2: Charles Antilla, Richard Arndt, Ken- neth Arnold, Robert Barnstable, Bruce Bart- lein, Ada Beckerson, Allen Bednarowski Row 5: Richard Bellack, Jane Boehm, Mary Jane Boelter, Elaine Bollerman, Richard Bork, Larry Bouquet, Brenda Brady Row 4: Gilbert Bramer, Janice Brandt, Wes- ley Braun, Robert Breaker, Marjorie Bridges, Bernard Bunn, Carol Buss me t -1-" 'am xf-':?a l e i'l",1. 1 , + ...,,... t, I ' - iff' 'rf -f ,. J' 'f , f" S "': X beyg , L 1 X r Q B 1 t Q z, W' ef ' Q ' f .u H. . Q ,. YF A N. ..,. V s is we , 5 'S Q Q4 gr ' " EM A :-a , ix . K LM . ,.., . J qi 56 X , ,Q r fs ,fi 'J , it gig Q Row I: Robert Frank, Judith Frederick, Gary Gall, Joel Garlock, Jerome Glodowski, Carol Gorgenson, Robert Graham Row 2: Karla Grempel, Larry Grissom, Wil- liam Griswold, Janice Gullickson, James Haber. Peder Halverson, John Hammill Row 5: Mary Kate Handeyside, Mary Han- sen, Carol Harper, Philip Hildebrand, James Hobart, David Hoffman, Peggy Howe Row 4: Peter Hrubesky, Janice Huhn, John Huppler, Manfred Jaehnig, Nancy Jahns, Carol Jensen, Pat Johnson 35 Juniors Row l: Mary Johnston, Jody Jorgensen, Pat- ricia Juliot, Jerry Julius, Sandra Julius, Con- ' M i 'ir 'ff 1 Q Q, stance Kehl, Eileen Kerrigan . 1 Q r .-.. , J Row Z: Clyde lxettner, Mary Kessler, Joyce H gm, 1 I U Kieliszewski, Mary Kirchgeorg, Ted Klinker, J if 1, 'hiv John Koller. Jack Kosloske sf ' Row 5: Karen Krause, Anne Kreiss, John buub H I b Krueger, Judith Kreuter, Donald Kuchen- 5 I , hecker, Nancy Kuehnl, Thomas Kuehl J W , ,.., ..,. ' . :-2r i 4 if Row fo: Paul Kurtz, Joan Lamb, Dorothy " JAM.- Lange, Barbara Larson, Judith Larson, Lor- etta Lasky, Janice Lehl 'N , ,7 "I" I Row I: Judith Rather, Theanne Rausch, Richard Remmel, Thomas Reuss, Jean Ross, Diane Rutkus, Lyle Rutter Row Z: Joan Sauer, William Sawtell, Glen- ace Schaefer, Carol Schanke, Judith Schramm, Russell Schreiber, Betty Schultz Row 5: Gerald Schultz, Patricia A. Schultz, ligon Schulz, Patricia L. Schulz, Lee Schwandt, Warren Schweitzer, Dennis Sedo Row 4: Charles Selle, George Shepherd, Marie Shepherd, John Shreve, James Soren- sen, Thomas Snyder, Sheridah Spiegelberg 56 'F f Rf Ms X ,X . , . sf 115 35 1 EDJ? Row l: Mary LeMay, William Losse, Grace Marquardt, Richard McCormack, Janet McCunn, Lyle Miller, Waunita Miller Row 2: Maxine Moody, Paul Mortensen, Robert Mucha, Dawn Mueller, William Nichols, Ellen Olson, Judith Olson Row 5: Kenneth Pagel, Geraldine Parks, Susan Patterson, William Paul, Shirley Payne, David Peck, John Perry Row 4: Margie Peterson, Donald Pohlman, Carol Porath, Patricia Porter, Lawrence Przhylski, Richard Radtke, Patricia Randall 'X , n U: 5 J r fs , P V e MZ, X Q g- Q Q' Q ..,.. f ,,: k i .,,. . . V L. I 'Q . .:,. I :L . . ffrl .rf tk on hqbl .I W .K ' ' Q Trl? iii I -- -. - -1"?: -rx - . xv! T KD, '.,, UQ... hi -...EQ Pi -- : Q' X M. L.. X x. l, Martiny and Mueller relax with music. 2. J. Salm and Selle are at operetta practice. Juniors Row l: Marlene Stafleld, Sharon Steelc- er, Gilbert Stielow. Margaret Stinski, Barbara Stoegbauer. Bert Sylvander, Judith Thermansen Row Z: Susan Thomas, Kay Thompson, Kenneth Thompson. Robert Thomp- son. Judith Thorson, Gene Tuchscher- er. Peter Tuchschercr Row 5: Donald Tyriver, Sharon Van Airsdale, Robert Wege, Margaret Werth, Richard Westphal, Donald Whitney", Judith Wfhitpan Row 4: Thomas Wiesner, Samuel Wilrlls, Sandra Wilscmn, John Wiiigen, Terry Wfingrove, Orien Wcxhld, Ruth Ann Wolf Row 5: Darlene Wollcrliian, Donald Worm, Jean Zabel, Jill Zabel, Thomas Yuethen, Judith Zitelman 3. L. Shcefer, L. Miller, Wilson, and G. Petersen are at work backstage. 4. Bredendick, Ryan, and Dee toot their flutes. 5. Aderhold, Huppler, and J. Hoffman enjoy the dance ,f i 37 Sophomores ' Row I: Robert Abbey, Mary Aderhold, Mari- 5 ' V ' H N 7 i lyn Ahrens, William Albers, Jeanette Am- 5 ' Q i gi i H broso, Eric Anderson, Donald Armatoski 1 Row 2: Jerry Baer, Paul Bandow, Judy Bark- ' gl 5 swf. hahn, Charles Barnes, Judy Barr, Judy Bau- J 'V" 7- .Kr J 'V 255' .,--" t 'W mann, Melvin Bayer . + 1 '--" "" ' E.....i K fri.. ' ' i h- Row 5: Daniel Began, Richard Beimborn, I In Donald Bemowski, Michael Beringer, Juli- 1 B "" 2: A - B , H Blh , M 'f -d Bl k "1' J L. t ' . J as anne eyer omcr is op ari rf. oc lim . , 1 Row 4: Shirley Bork, Susan Boushley, James , ' -1.- v-" ,U lbbqv A f s Vg Brehm, Kathryn Brien, Adeline Brooks, ' ' A ' ' l ' Donald Brown, Nancy Bull V W, - , t Si A ,H D I , 4 J r . , Ar., W' i' ' , :.1i f , . 'V B . 5 -sf . , I hs .-. ix wx' .ey Row 1: Gilbert Buser. Lee Button, leter By- B 'J - A ' , "" low, Marv Carlson, Pat Carroll, Lynn Chap- pell, Robert Christian Q-V an-Q V' X t Row 2: Erin Coy. Sharon Craddock. Karen of E, f i-I XAYX ' QJI : , fi :--1-t, Q 4 Q Cumings, William Davis, Gail Dawson, A A L "" K Douglas DeBaere, Judith DeLapp , Row 5: Edward DenDooven, David DeWitt, , . 'j ' M Arnold Didrickson, Donald Dixon, John ha F' Q hifi' .Sf 2' M-, Dixon, Carol Dombrowski, Jack Dravcs ' , ' - '12, ii, ' 13 RW ff 2 iw Q, V If ' .A .fu 5 VJ P' Ki Row 4: Linda Elmer. Shirley Engblom, ' ' ' A Thomas Farley, JoAnn Faulks, Hector Fisch- A t I er, Frank Francart, Terrol Freund pa- ' J ' a ri -Q -vo ., f M - fe Q' 1 o fi ,, sf' gba ,N ' I I iwwll E5 Row I: Gaylord Friedlein, Daniel Gerhardt, ---- Q Ronald Gibson, Sharon Gibson, Rosalie ' ' Giebel, John Giovannini, William Gohlke Row 2: Richard Gooding, Thomas Graham, Wesley Grambsch, Randy Graverson, Gene Cries, Judith Grimes, Carl Gussert Row 3: Babette Grundy, Barbara Handler Max M- vi Bruce Hardell, Lila Hartfiel, Marilyn Haufe, I '- Judith Hedberg, Kathy Hcdiund ,," my , . X Row 4: Floyd Hcider, Howard Heider, Wil- bmi., ' Q ' , liam Herriott, Fredric Hielsberg, Gordon .V Hildebrand, Darlene Hintz, Judith Hoffman - ,S Q. 38 41 :Z A ,, Q b , V 3. ., fy , W I A t Q ..,. In Q V 5 I -K W WY" W- 1 A ff' l A 1? vu' e if .xv .5 .4- rv.. 'CTP 8. ,Ln wr Y J A 1 Q Sophomores J, , W., :, , J 53,1 A Row I: Kay Holewinski, Arlene Hoover, ' Daniel Jack, David J. Johnson, Helmer Johnson, Jeanine Johnson, Maureen Jones ff 5 W ii P Row 2: Thomas Kelly, Larry Kempinger, W w- 2 R. M . . . 'N' " :ff-f ' X. - We Peter Kemps, Ronald Kimbro, James Kitchm, -j Q ', Jean Kitchin, William Klein -:'f ' 'A A P Row 5: 'Pamela Klinker, Carl Klitzke, Judith Q' I N H AN KX Knoedler, Mary Koehn, Crystal Koepkc, ' , K QQ? T' .' V' we ,Q 5 Kathryn Kopitzke, Renee Krengcr as.. W- I' M DVS' .av ,we as S' ' : 4 K X M: K Row 4: Suzanne Krenkel, Karol Kresse, Ra- mona Kronberg, Gerald E. Krueger, Gerald L. Krueger, Douglas Kuchenhecker, James , Labre R t sf iizll T T t V s Tie- ' 'Q' tv l 'B ' ' , . .5-f J... 7.0 5, an . A . Q ,.., ,xv Row l: Susan Landskron. Sally Lange, Ken- fi MS, neth Larson, Michael Lauger, Gail Lauson, N7 ' Patricia Lehl, Diana Lintner we A ba, dw 'R If A as vi-K Row 2: Carol Londonski, Michael McKinnon, tk Q 5 ,f, ' Susan McConnell, Nelrose McKellips, James aww QR' b b 1 'A Mahoney. Roger Marquardt, Janice Malouf I ,V,, . af, I Row 5: Jeanne Malouf, Kim Martiny, Char- lotte Mentink, Edward Meyer, William gb, Q- fn. 5 ,H B: Meyer, Susan Millar, Donald P. Miller . -qw P J t 4 -A .' :L tx it f V vga, ...Wt x-,fp Row 4: James .Miller, Marylin Moore, Carol Ari Q it 1, X mx Mueller, David Mueller, Grace Mueller, ' , ' Joyce Mueller, Laura Myers " 'C' w 1: ' , , .J X if 5 G' t 'as' P? f .. T Q P f- , me ze 1' A t - ,ff-" s he : ,ey xv 43... ,G izt - 5-nz? s t .f N E,,,fi R I , i V' - t ll . sv ii? f' Z." D Y' Q, . I ,, nw, -5 , 4 P' sf ii B l -. , 3. x-W, 4 .5 .W K as .Aa ' , A K wg 5 'Req' ' Law fl' , s 4 '.::'- . l Isa A Row I: Les Myhre, Fay Nelson, John New- ton, Mary Neubauer, David Nielsen, Williani O'Brien, Ellen O'Leary Row 2: James Olson, Sandra Olson, Donald Pansch, Diana Paulson, Thomas Pawlowski, Jerry Peotter, Donna Peterson Row 5: Gordon Petersen, Carol Pingel, Thomas Plucker, Robert Ponto, Edith Porto, Claude Pownell, Cloyd Pownell '55 Row 4: Anton Przybylski. Henry Quade, Gary Ramich, David Reierson, Stephanie Rsherts, Kenneth Reinhardt, Sandra Roou 39 .. Sophomores U T S : as 'S 1" W . M r 11 , 44- ,Kvigb V, f 'Trl l aj?-A ,W M .. Row I: Nan Rusch, Michael Salm, Judy ' "' ' - Sanderfoot, Frances Sanders, Beverly Sauer. Richard Sauer, Lamont Schaefer tri in rl k :wil I I if Row 2: Dale Schindler, Ken Schmidt, Tom S9 . J MX V I A H. Schmidt, Tom W. Schmidt. Alex Schmit- lnl ,fgilb ,L'j ,5KJ',QSf Q ' 2- zer, Lee Schneider, Helga Schulz -M " I W if " . J Row 3: Steve Schultz, W'illiam Schultz, Fred X an Q, Seggelink, Lee Seggelink, Judy A. Sell, Jud- ., ng is QQ S L, A ith E. Sell, Beatrice sievm M - 4, Row 4: Kent Simerson, Russell Simons, Gary A ' li - X Smarzinski, Nancy Sorensen, David Squires, A Jon Stilp, Florence Stinski r . pw -1- gt'-Oz V ' X 2, . 'f 'Qfff aff' 'Qi ' ' 1 ls Hi? C' 5 if ie T' f 'sig if ,i f x T " Row l: William Strutz, Christine Swenson, N' , Ralph Syring, Nadie Tews, Judith Tesch, W, . ' " David Thomsen, Joy Thorne I I . . . fi t i i- 17' 7' - W Row 2: Howard Thorpe, Marie Tipler, Hen- z 1 3 ,X My , J A X , ,A ry Tollettc. Judith VanAlstine, Wayne Van- 'VT' .Af 3774 ' 'V dc-rHeiden, Marvin VanOudc-nhoven, Pat : ,Y K '. ' Vceser V ' WH' H ' 'J Row 5: John Warzinik, Marilyn Webb, Mark - Q U M 1 up Q . ,Q Webb, Richard Weck, Fred Weigt, Thomas Qu A N E Nh' 'l :L arid ',f'1,. 1 W'einke, Richard Werling ML T ' 4' . X' J 3 5 Q S A ' 1' Row 4: Walter Werth, Sandra Wesenberg, I ' 'X ,, .. l ., , K Diane Whitpan, Richard Wideman. Donna l Wieland, Yvonne Wierschke. Thomas Wil- Q - wi mag Q ,A liams 'f JK J ,, L L 0 N 'TM' l Q .ef 4 ab, cg. f Row 5: Charles Wilms, Rohert Wilson, Rob- JF' W , X J ,f ert Winkler, Nancy Wismer, Donna Wohld, H" ' AE" ' ll i ,iM'x"? I Dennis Yimmer. Gayle Zwickey Q - . D ,,, fig '- J? J' ,S-1:5 ff, if , - Iii 'Jkt' i' .. 2 i if ' " Abram- D ' 4 f-J 3 The sophs have just completed decorations for their dance. Pictured are Klifzke, Giovannini, Den Doaven, Weinke, J. Stilp, Koehn, M. Neubauer, Rusch, Hedberg, and Linfner. QM J Gary Alfertig, Judy Alsteen, Duane Freshmen Alesch, Ander- I: James Akstulewicz, Mark ' H A sen, Scott Andrews, Susan Babbitt ' - A Ablb l Row 2: Sharon Babcock, Jill Barr, Ronald Q , 'f if Y A , ::- f I Q' Bartes. Bennett Bartlein, Ronald Beach, - f X E James Beck, Glen Beckman iw s -3 ,' r , Y 37' Nl ..,.. -2' I ! M L Rachel Row 5: Daniel Bellack, Roy Benedict, Berndoerfler, Karen Bisel, Glendone Boegh, tg, ' is Todd Boehm, Sandra Borchardt Row 4: LaVerne Bork, Jane Bowman, Judith Bramer, Nancy Bredendick, Susan Brieten- ., ' I h N bach, Barbara Brockman, Margaretta Brown ' ' ..1. '-' ' ' R E we 1 E SSL ,"u f'-,X , 1- ef a Q , Row I: Richard Bruce, Wayne Bryan, Bar- ii: ,Dfw , 1 v bara Buxton, Evelyn Capelle, Judy Caple, - K f W James Chase, Bruce Clark , , N Q - Row 2: Charles Craig, Barbara Crawford, 33 :gm -Q 'J nf' 've' X' . low .- Veronica Daigle, Mina Dee, Wfayne Dennis, f 5 15,3 V W, Cathy Deutsch, Ronald Dins JIAA5 ,LA I 1 ' ' 14 of 1 1 - if .....l..,!,. Row 3: Marlene Dolechek, Evonne Dorn, it .k 'Thomas Drews, Gary Ellis, Robert Ellis, Wil- i N., J Q in E V g liam Ellis, Jerry Erdman Qi, .M Q . Ki: e 5 ,. fzss... i n C . : ' f '-.3 -in . iz' Row 4: Jean Evans, Patricia Farley, Williani 9 , ": 5 if ff, Fellner, Gerald Fischer, Howard Flesch, A ' Z ' i f- ' M' Reuben Folske, Tom Forrest J eeee, , bf, F s f S S -... . Av '," f f lf' Y. 1, 5 K , Y x' W lllii il: Row Row Row Row l: Bernadine Forsythe, Susan Frakes, Barbara Frank, Ralph Frank, Janice Freder- ick, Rochelle Freund, Elnore Froze 2: Ronald Fuss, Carole Gallmeier, Rich- ard Geiger, Bud Genett, Jacqueline Gerrits, Harold Giebel, Nancy Glover 5: Tim Gresenz, Robert Grissom, Susan Grunska, Charles Gunderson, Joanne Haber, Mary Halle, Jon Halverson 4: Susan Hammill, Caroline Hanson, Robert Hanson, Nola Harder, Ronald Hartz- heim, Mary Hauser, Mary Heinzkill , 1 ,.., ,. Freshmen i . ,, y , ..:' :-- -' W - ',:, - ," I' Row I: David Heller, james Hensen, jerome ':" 4 Hensen, Bernard Hildebrand, Bennett Hilli- A ker, Harlan Hirschy, William Hittenmiller : Row Z: Olivier Hoppe, George Hrubecky, --,- s Q Sharon Huhn, William Hunteman, Patricia - I A 'Q K '-'-- ,:..... .Sr Hyde, Mary james, Donald Jensen ,.:, R-:Lg -iw up ,'-.,, 3,2 ,'--' i1..g.z , , , Row 5: Waldemar Jensen, Donald joas, Sharon johnson, james Jones, Charles jury, A 8 Helen Jury- Mary Lou Kallenbach 9' M , sv i up Row 4: jean Kessler, john Kirchgeorg, Lois ,J-fa' f g , 2' A Klassen. Fred Klart. Robert Klapps, Rose if V' L eff' Kramarczyk, Kira Kramer Li , 'JB 4,9 4 ,,, ' i Y ,' ' f , P 1' Row l: Carol Krause, Judy Krieg, Beverly Krueger, William Krueger, Katherine Kruse, , William Kuehl, Fred Kuester 53 "M, ,cg Row 2: Marilyn Kuhr, Donald Kutscher, Jon Q ' V Laflin, jerry Landsverk, Robert Lange, Al- feretta Larsen, Patricia Larson Row 5: Ronald Larson, john Lauer, William df A af, Lehl, jack Lemke, James Lenz, Helen Loeh- V P V, . :gg W ' 1', '- ning, Ann Loughrin 'ffl' M el . W T Row 4: Patricia Loughrin, Patricia McCrory. Mm A xt ' Sidney McLain, Roy McManus, Colleen Ma- honey, Kathleen Mahoney. Gail Malchow ' D l xl x A 'C' 2.4. "v ,lgghf ,259 . , ls"f4i'-'5.- A W l J ' A2 ' l , ' P Row l: Raymond Manteufel, james Marketti. 7 Q f Betsey Marines, Lee Martin, Donald Martiny, ' ps. I Harold Meyer, Joyce Meyer Row 2: Bernice Miller, Donald T. Miller, ,Z 95 f-'-- 11 ' Glen Miller, Paul Miller, Charlotte Missling, i I , "A Gerald Moder, Mary Mohawk "" i L' 3 r I ":' li 4' Row 5: Marguerite Munsche, Sandra Murphy, ii A I Michael Nadolny, Gene Nehring. Karen ' Nehring, Toni Nelson, Judy Neubauer 4. V Q .A t .Z ,. ,N X :1-Q y 1 NL- 'R Q Row 4: Mary Neubauer. Herb Ney, Ronald Y 5 'ii- ,7 A . Nichols, Carol Nobbe, jeane Nobbe, Patrick a mf- " , , ' . 2 O'Brien, Thomas O'Brien 42 iv 'Y ee W' P ig if Y r ' 'Lf 'EJ ...fig V -i 5 'ar A? ff 2 S F 53: if ,,1., , I S ii R S R L ' . v k via i if sl f , jlfigf a F i ix -:ri V iii L '4 ik if :ig X . a :fuss f- if 4 f' Row I: Patricia Ruscher, Tony Rutter, Mar- garet Ryan, Larry Rymer, Jean Salm, Judith Schanke, Kathleen Schleicher Row 2: lna Schiebler, Mary Jane Schneider, Janet Schroeder, Ruth Schultz, Sharon Schwerin, Julianne Smith, Gary Snell Row 5: David Sommer, Catherine Sopkovich, Kay Spiegelberg, Karen Staffeld, Ralph Steckling, Gary Stelow, Richard Stielow Row 4: Stephen Stilp, Naomi Stoekli, Gary Storch, Robert Sugden, Thomas Syring, Terry Taff, James Tessendorf .ex-. N, , , M, f. w Y K-31 , WF' :gs . K, No N Freshmen Row l: Roger Oehlke, Barbara Olson, Don- ald Olson, Erik Olson, Virgil Otto, Ruth Palmbach, Tarry Pansy Row 2: Judy Paul, Tom Pawlacyk, Barbara Perry, Leslie Perry, Arnold Petersen, John Pierce, Joan Plucker Row 5: Raab, Paul Poellinger, James Quade, Judy Dale Ramich, Ronald Reichel, Jon Reilly. Susan Reinhardt Row 4: Barry Remmel, John Reuss, Lyle William Rogers, Perry Rotbergs, Maxine Roussin, Wayne Rudolf Rewey, , ,,,, 55. F ., . A . ' , ez ' ..- g,,. X ff .a f av all it -Wei? ii W , ,Y ,-'.' in in .J Qgww 5 :t:' 1 . , f L ga ' .5 "'i rr A X 1 QA' 3' ' fr wr K z RZ- .Q 4 G A 4 S S-.--. A. , . I.. -f'--1 1 x :iljrs I 4 'K , Q E t ' i nf: , it i if 593' g ii i .,,,' 1.E' 3' Qi " , , --.. ,. L Q-Q 5' L' sf tif' SV ai: V XJ? '. ,' '-:MVS ' if if S Y I Row l: Linda Thomas, Robert Tollefson, Susan Traas, Judy Track, Jerome Ulrich. Paul Valente, Wayne VanMarter Row 2: Marilyn Verstegen, James Vogt, Tom Volkman, Marie Webb, Joann Weigt, Thomas Weigt, Duane Westfahl Row 3: John Westgor, Suzette Wetzel, San- dra Weyenberg, Charles Wheaton. Joan Williams, Lynn Wruck, Kristi Zehner Row 4: Willis Zeinert, John Zenisek, John Zick, Roger Zimmerman, Dennis Zwicky W dt R- , i .xi- V M ' Q vi Jil v KIA.. MM. . M., M,.,..,,m,a X W... . A Mp- Mgf ?"' 5 2 3-1 . ...L.W ,j,3 A M ..s,,A. ,smfgk fm.. my ,, M 3 N3 M f 1 Q 1 Q- 3 f s NWA. ilm, i,.,T.M .Q 1 X W, . fmiwj, sl mi 'W 4.5 I ' W" , 5 n :rgrtgg J :ms i 6 , 5' Q.. A 'W' 6' ORGAN ZATICNS "That's what education means - to be able to do what you've never done before." A IIIHIVQVIIIIIIX Boffom Row: Hoover, Rousch, Lcndig, Mr. Borgen, Bork, Dee, Wieckert Second Row: K. Morfiny, Burns, S. Siilp, Vogf, Howe, J. Malchow, M. Neubauer, J. Schullz, D. Jensen, Davis, Friecllein Top Row: Ammermon, Coenen, D. Courlney, Pcnnsch, R. Johnson, Kress, Blenker, Lund, Monord, Beck The Students Speak Gut The students who govern our school and help bring about better cooperation between students and teachers, make up the Student Council. This group, selected from each homeroom, makes suggestions for improvements in our school. lt represents every student in high school in mak- ing decisions. The activities of the Student Council were many. They chose assembly programs and speakers to introduce the assemblies, helped sell Rocket subscriptions, had a tea for the faculty at Christ- mas time, and put Christmas decorations in thc halls. Each year the Student Council has tag day By doing this, a 550.00 scholarship is given to a worthy senior. Officers for N55-56 in the Student Council werc Bruce Ammerman, presidentg Daryl Jensen, vice presidentg Sue Landig, treasurerg and Donna Bork secretary. Mr. Borgen is the advisor. Jensen serves Shepard at Student Council Tea. Student Council officers Jensen, Ammermcn, Londig Bork meet to plan the year. s Y at .5 -lfm gr wg Susan Thomas, Margaret Larsen, Diane Rutlcus, and Brenda Brady paint murals for the annual Girls' Senate Dance, "Snow White". Girls Senate Has Active Year The Girls Senate led by an Executive Board represents each class. They are choosen yearly by girls of Neenah High School. With their advisor, Miss Griffiths, these girls promote good relations and well being throughout the school. Through their various activities they accom- plish their purpose by a Big and Little Sister Party, a Senior Mother and Daughter Banquet, junior- Sophomore Night, and Eighth Grade Day. This year's officers were president, Barbara Weigt and Bonnie Heinz, vice president, Judy Malchowg secretary, Nan Ruschg and treasurer, Mary Buchanan. The objectives of the organization are to ac- quaint new freshman girls with the school, re- member girls who are hospitalized, invite all mothers to the school for special occasions at least once every year, and to be of service to the school. These activities and objectives help to make our school a better place for work and play. Bottom Row: Schroeder, Dawson, Atkins, S. Johns, Halle, B. Weigt, M. Buchanan, Harper, Wismer, J. Paul, Lange Top Row: N. Johns, Rusch, Jean Zabel, V. Albert, J. Weigt, Malchow, Loehning, Kopitzlte, D. Paulson, Rausch, Miss Griffiths 4 7 - -M.-- -...a..'.ff-an Bottom Row: Ross, C. Poroth, Rcndoll, S. Kurtz, Boelter, Kresse, Kreiss, Carroll Second Row: Lcibre, G, Schoefer, Lintner, Stecker, Hedlund, Chappell, Johnson, Dee, McCrory, V. Albert, Hedberg, Rusch, D. Bellock Top Row: McConnell, Lyon, K. Thompson, Garlock, G. Hrubecky, Bouquet, G. Petersen, Hopkins, Grimes, O'Leory, Parks, S. Petersen A year's work for ou Amid countless layouts and reams of discarded copy, our editors ruled the Rocket staff with a firm hand. Answering the engraver's call for "pictures, pictures, pictures" were the long-suffering photo- graphers, whose only Contact with the outside world was through the camera's eye. Despite the delay of school, the staff members, business, layout, writing and all the assistants, worked speedily to meet deadlines and complete the book. They bore the brunt of complaint, toog and undertook extra jobs such as issuing the Student Activity Tickets and sponsoring a dance. The staff, under the supervision of Mr. Thom, was satisfied with its year's work only when a copy of the Rocket was in the hands of each subscriber. Bottom Row: J. Page, Schloemer, N. Hunsen, Mr. Thom, Chuducoff, B. Frokes, Severson Top Row: P. Rasmussen, T. Tollette, Pantton, Dixon, Voigtmon -I8 kr Bottom Row: Miss Grill, R. Gerrits, Grundy, Ross, Carroll, B. Weigt, Alferi, C. Schonke, D, Bork, Block, M. Buchanan, Drew, Kriess, Horn, L. Jensen, Bcilthozor Second Row: G. Traos, Lyon, J. Page, Aderhold, P. Pierce, Norman, Wolfgrom, Gorlock, Atkins, G. Schaefer, Wenneche, Below, M. Marmes Top Row: Dixon, Tuttrup, Arndt, W. Pingel, Monord, M. Kirchgeorg, Brady, Porter, Willing, J. Rasmussen, Hopkins, Zornoth, Molzow, Mr. Poellinger Read it First in the "Cub" The CUB, a semi-monthly publication, serves to clarify the students questions on who's who and what's what. All doubts and apprehensions are answered concerning various scholastic achieve- ments and class honors. Primarily a student endeavor, this project re- quires much effort and time on the part of its advisors Miss Grill and Mr. Poellinger. The CUB's quality testifies to this. Supervising the production of the CUB were Tom Molzow, editor-in-chiefg Douf Dixon, Pat Porter, Donna Bork, Brenda in Brad , Tom Schmidt, and Terr Tuttru 1, who Y Y were delegated different sections of the paper. Much of the CUB's success is due to the print- in assistance of Mr. Poellin er and his mrinters. K l Dixon, Tuttrup, Miss Grill, Molzow, and Bork Poellinger's peppy printers-Wolfgram, plon the next issue. Willing, Arndt, Zornoth, and Moncird. The Cub is OU?- -i9 l I Bottom Row: McConnell, Rusch, Menfinlx, Bollerman, A. Bull, H, Loehningr J. Delapp, Hedberg Second Row: Lange, Jean Kivchin, J. Williams, D. Mueller, J. Schanke, Krenger, Handeyside, J. Pluclrer, Gullicksan, S. Millar, Crawford, C. Schanlte, Randall, Block, Lasky Third Row: McLain, J. Weigl, C. Gorgenson, Becltsirom, Chappell, Kreiss, Paiferson, Ross, Carroll, A. Graham, Kruse, N. James, D, Hoffman Top Row: Brien, Lehl, D. Landslcron, Porter, Brandi, J. Malchow, J. Schullz, Belanger, Garlock, G. Malchow, M. Kirchgeorg, K. Thompson, Brady, B. Larson, O'Leary We Speak to You "Speak to your audience," is a familiar phrase heard by the Forensic members from their advis- ors. Our forensic department serves to encourage students to enter into the field of public speaking. The forensic department not only encourages students to enter the field of public speaking, pro- vides opportunity for participation in public speak- ing, gives individual instruction in speech work, but also participates in contests and provides pro- gram material for community functions. Miss Broezman is chairman of the Forensic group while Mr. Anderson, Miss Peterson, Miss Merrick, Miss Young, and Miss Hughes are advisors. 50 Barons of the Stage Many students interested in dramatics contributed their talents to present very enjoyable plays this year. The fall play, "You Can't Take lt With You" which was directed by Miss Broetzman, featured Peter Miedke, jean Ross, Sue Atkins, Sue Sever- son, Terry Tuttrup along with many other prom- ising Thespian stars. This spring "Mrs. McThing" was presented by the Thespians. A student who would like to be- come a Thespian must achieve a total of ten points by being in at least one play and working on committees. Mr. Anderson was advisor to the Thespians this year. The society elected Terry Tuttrup, presidentg Peter Miedke, vice president: Rose Schloemer, secretary: and Peggy Bunker the treasurer. THESPIANS Boffom Row: Falck, Alferi, Richardson, Severson, Drew Son Bouquet, T. Tollelle, Hopkins, Wilson Chudocofi, Handeyside, M. Buchanan, Ross, Second Row: Linfner, Schloemer, Porter, K. Thomp- son, G. Traas, Bunker, Horn, Atkins, Mr, Ander- Top Row: Voigfman, L. Stilp, Tulfrup, R. Snyder, I Bottom Row: Mr. Dunwiddie, S. Millar, Bouquet, McConnell, Bredendiclt, Berndoerfler, J. Weigt Top Row: Huppler, R. Graham, Garloclt, Fawler, J. Haber, Carroll, J. Delapp, Jean Zabel, Judy Frederick, Schloemer, M. Kirchgeorg, Brady, Beck Well, It's Debatable Take a deep breath, stand erect, relax, and speak with convection born of a thorough knowledge of both sides of the question. These are the directions given by Mr. Dunwiddie to all of his Neenah High School debaters. The debate teams, A, B, and C, participate in seven debate tournaments, which provide opportunities for about twenty to twenty- tive debates during the season. Resolved: That government subsidies should be granted according to need to high school graduates who qualify for additional training. When this question was debated by the teams, their purpose was to develop speaking skills, research techniques and a better knowledge and understanding of a contemporary problem. At the close of the 1955-56 season, our N.H.S. debaters had compiled a total of 50 wins and 16 losses. The highlight of the year was the trip to the State Debate Tournament made by our A de- baters. Here they tied for fifth place. Bouquet, Fowler, Schloemer, and Garloclt, were our A debate squad this year. They won the sectional debate tournament at Stevens Point, then they garnered o tie for fifth place at the State Contest. 51 Bottom Row: P, A, Schultz, S, Hammill, Elwood, J. Hammill, Grissom, P. L. Schultz, Faulks, C. Pingel, Dietz Second Row: Mr. Christoph, Prindle, Schroeder, Reuss, Stelow, Vogt, Jones, H. Flesch, Ulrich, Hilliller, Gussert, Bruss Top Row: Nennig, Tyriver, Tesch, N, Krause, Pohlmun, Dins, Breaker, R, Thompson, Babcock, Wolfgram Ever on the Alert ker as vice-presidentg and Katherine liarley secretary-treasurer. No spills, no falls, no lost-time accidents, along with the prevention of destruction to our school property, are the goals of our Safety Club. The eagle eyes of club members are always upon you. Under the guidance of Mr. Christoph, the club elected Bob Breaker as presidentg Becklyn Hilli- membership is an interest in safety. Perketle, C, Swentner, Rouse, Mr. Spoo, C. Westlohl, Metz, S. Zehner O Busy Girls Are We 2 IS Its safety program is divided into live areas: school buildings, playgrounds, automotive, bicycle and trafhc. The only requirement necessary for Psychometry club is open to all senior girls who guidance office and to provide girls experience in are interested in ofhce work and have been recom- ofiice work. fnemled by the Olllw Pfafflfe teacher- Mf- SP00 The girls file occupational material, record 'S fhc IKIVISOV- data, and do secretarial work for the guidance The objectives ot the club are to help in the oliice. 52 Science is Our Hobb I shot the picture at f6.5 at 100 with tri-x and other remarks in language like this was heard frequently around the Science Hobbies Club. Pic- tures, how to take them, how to develop them, and how to enlarge them were the main activities through the winter months. In addition, other members spent evenings sending and receiving on radios to become ham operators. Science hobby enthusiasts strive to increase and reflect their knowledge of science and to help carry out their program according to that of the junior Academy of Science. Bob Strauser was president, while Bob Wilson served as vice presidentg Bernard Dahl, secretary, Bill Ellis, treasurer, Terry Taft, reporter and Mr. Krause, advisor. SCIENCE HOBBIES Boffom Row: Olson, Martin, Reichel, Bryan, Howe, Randall, Ulrich, Zimmerman, W. Ellis, Tuff Second Row: Mr. Krause, Labre, J. Perry, Phelps, L. Grissom, Schreiber, Hilliker, Giovannini, T. Weight, Dahl, Huppler, Rudoff, R. Frank Top Row: Hunfeman, P. Rasmussen, D. Olson, Reierson, R. Wilson, Strauser, D. Alesch, Hrubeclty, Pfafi, Voigtmon, R. Arndi Reel Education All year members of the Projection Club were ready to furnish movie projectors and operators to all the classrooms. Many teachers depended on their quiet and efficient services. Daily requests for tape recorders, slides, pro- jectors, and screens were always promptly filled with equipment ready to use. Training in the care and maintenance of all audio-visual equipment was given to the group by Mr. Krause. PROJ ECTION CLUB Boffom Row: Hilliker, McLain, B. Rogers, L. Pingel, Kofler, S. Bork, B. Hardell, Gusserf, Kimball Second Row: Mr. Krause, J. Perry, Voigiman, P. Rasmussen, W. Meyer, R. Williams, Sielow, Joehnig, Slecltling Top Row: T. W. Schmidt, Beck, Strauser, P. Thomsen, Gilberlson, R. Breaker, Hobart, Rosenow, D. Johnson 53 f" ' Bollom Row: Top Row: Wzsmer Mr' Bunker C. Deulsch Below Horn Abendrolh JA paul S. Frokes Bowman Ammermon T' Neison S. Pelersen Bredendick M. Neubauer Hyde Bunker Kmiss Lenz Books, Books, S More Books Did you ever stop to think who files the thou- sands of library books? These ambitious people, better known as student librarians, assisted Mr. Bunker during their free periods and accomplished the many tasks that are required to maintain an efhcicnr library system. Lefl: Lenz supplies Coenen with reading material. Middle: L 1l'iP"Jf .ar -f 7l Library Club is open to anyone who maintains a C or better average. Pins are received by students who have worked for one year. For those who have worked more than one year, books are awarded. This club, although receiving little glory, performs much service to the school. Library, ol its best. Right: Horn and Below work behind ihe scene. as Kuefher observes. During initiation, Barbara Cumings lighls a candle Judie Zilelman puts the finishing touches on the Christmas tree. The "execs" of F. T. A. are in counsel. They are Emogene Below, Kay Thompson, and Judy Thorson. Teachers of Tomorrow Throughout the school year members of this group were seen visiting classrooms in preparation for their future profession as teachers. This club is open to all who are interested in teaching as a possible career. Their program con- sisted of lectures, field trips, discussions, and films. They also attended a tea which is sponsored yearly for this club by the American Association of University Wcnmen. The ofiicers of the club are president, Kay Thompsong vice president, judy Thorsong secre- tary, Glenace Schaeferg treasurer, Emogene Belowg and program chairman, jean Ross. The ofiicers, along with the advisor, Mr. Spoo, worked hard to promote the main objectives of the club. BoHom Row: Ross, C. Schanlte, N. James, Sfeflensen, O. Wohlcl, J. Williams, Thorson, Zifelman, Kuefher Top Row: Mr. Spoo, S. Thomas, M. Hansen, Kreuier, M, Kessler, Kerrigan, K. Thompson, Brandt, Kirchgeorg, Faro, G. Schaefer, Gorgenson, Patterson, B. Cummings, Spiegelberg, Below -jd 55 USHERS BoHom row: C. Page, D. Peterson, J. Haber, McCunn, M. Peterson, Richardson, Top Row: Sievert, H. Schulz, N. Soren- son, Leaman, Froze, Sanders, Mr. Schultnecht. U hers' Club Home Economics "This way please," is a familiar phrase from the one- sided conversation with members of the Ushers' Club. There is something about following the bright uniform or the swishy evening dress of an usher that makes the evening more significant. The Ushers' Club is under the friendly direction of Mr. Schuknecht. Its members usher at Thespian presen- tations, concerts, graduation exercises, football and bas- ketball games. I.iz Leaman was l95i president of the group. She was assisted by Carol Page, vice-president, and Beatrice Sievert, secretary-treasurer. The club, open to all girls, offers its members the opportunity to gain self-confidence and poise while performing a definite service at school functions. HOME ECONOMICS "Too many cooks spoil the broth," certainly holds true in the Home lico- nomics Club. Through active member- ship, girls may further their interests in home economics, and gain an apprecia- tion of homemaking activities. Officers elected for the year are JoAnn Pasternock, president: Carol Buss, vice- presidentg Pam Klinker, secretaryg and Judy Barkhahn, treasurer. Miss Firkus acted as advisor to the club. Included in the year's activities were making crafts, planning creative recrea- tion, picnics, charity parties, trips, and luncheons. Bottom Row, Poruth, McCunn, Werfh, Koeplce, F. Nelson, C. Krause, J. Hammill, Forsyihe, Sanders, Brooks, B. Souer, lehl Second Row: Miss Firltus, Tews, S. Bork, C. Laehning, Pcislernock, W. Miller, Buss, K. Krause, B. Miller, M, Paulson, E. Olson, M. Stinslti, Sltibha, P. Veeser, L, Myers, Barkhahn, Alsteen, N. Sorensen Top Row- Sanderfoot, F. Sfinski, C. Hanson, H. Schulz, Sieve-ri, Fora, Engblam, Moody, Dombrowski, Spielbauer, Elmer, Webb, Klinker, J. Alsleen, Beyer, K. Cumings S6 Bottom Row: Schloemer, Pontton, M, Marmes, M. Larsen, Gorges, D. Bork, Matthewson, Judy Haber, A. Paul, Phiefer Second Row: Mr. Christoph, P. Deutsch, Brockrnan, Miedke, B. Frakes, Lyon, D. Lcindskron, D. Williams, Du Bois, Lund Top Row: P. Rasmussen, P, Zeinert, B, Flesch, Behrens, P, Thomsen, Gilbertson, T. Toilette, R. Snyder, E. Benedict, W. Pingel Permits to Pass "Let's sec your hall permit," is a familiar greeting of the hall monitors to students in the halls while classes are in session. Visitors .fe . - , , r Q.35-twat and guests are welcomed by, "May I help you?" from these courteous corridor guardians. junior and senior students are eligible to become monitorsg the membership is limited to the actual number needed. Mr. Christoph does the selecting in the fall. Withtmtit the capable assistance of these monitors, the order and quiet now maintained in the halls would not exist. M. Larsen collects absent slips. Bottom Row: B. Larson, N. James, Shinners, S. Kurtz, Claudia Koepke, Lcndig, Stefiensen, P. Werling, Pomrening, C. Loehning, Page Second Row: Skibba, Kofler, Judy Frederick, M. Albert, C. Westfahl, Richardson, S. Johns, laursen, Kuether, Spiegelberg, G. Courtney, S. Krueger, M. Falck Top Row: Holz, Becklyn Hilliker, Griepentrog, K. Nielsen, Birmingham, Leaman, Krablean, A. Bull, Phelps, Djupstrom, Skibba 57 235 Bottom Row: Giebel, N. Falch, Behnlce, Veeser, Tews, Sanderfoot, Koepke, C. Loehning, R. Schultz, D. Mueller Second Row: Bisel, Webb, Roussin, Whitpan, Mahoney, Froncart, Kuether, Elwood, D. Peterson, Schwerin, J. Bramer, Frederick, J. Gerrits, Craddock, Koepke, M. Paulson Top Row: Miss Roper, Fara, Nobbe, Hartzheim, H. Loehning, Stafleld, N. James, G, lcuson, Klassen, Kleist, N. Sorenson, H. Schulz, Engblom, S. Gibson, Spielbauer, B. Weigt, J. E. Sell With Voices Raised in Song Bottom Row: H. Jury, Krenger, J. Hammill, Koehn, J. Mueller, Murphy, S. Hammill, J. Meyer, Weyenberg, Caple Second Row: Nielsen, J. Selle, Pansy, Kramer, McCunn, M. James, Ahrens, Frank, lehl, Daigle, leaman, M. Neubauer, Hintz, Webb Top Row: J. Neubauer, J. Schramm, Boehm, Roou, Wesenberg, Jones, Ferrier, C. Page, Case, Johnston, Sauer, Wruck, M. Heinzkill, Weigt, Gorgenson, Glover GIRLS' CHOIR joyous carols rang in the Christmas season and a Cuban operetta gave a Latin American at- mosphere ro our school. Singing in public for the Adult Music Clinic in Madison, and going to the Music Festival in the spring all highlighted the events of the Girls' Choir. Members of this choral group are girls inter- 58 ested in singing and learning more about music. Many interesting hours were spent in mastering the art of group singing. The president was JoAnn Kuetherg secretary, Carol Gorgensong and treasurer, Helga Schulz. The accompanist was Barbara Weigt and Miss Roper the advisor. With Big, Deep Notes Musically inclined boys of Neenah High who are interested in making their baritone and base voices heard may join Boys' Choir. Miss Roper is the advisor and director. This organizations purpose is to have fun sing- ing as individuals or as a group, putting on oper- ettzts and singing in contests such as the annual Spring Music Festival. Elected president for the 1955-56 year was Lyle Rutter with Ronald Babcock as secretary and Gary Smzttzinski, treasurer. james Vogt was the accom- panist. BOYS' CHOIR Bottom Row: Mucha, TaH, J. Vogf, Gusserl, Smorzinski, Colo Top Row: W. Schultz, J. Sorenson. H. Meyer, R. Babcock, Schwiefzer, Rutier MIXED CHOIR Bottom Row: Thomas, lyon, Van Alsvine, Atkins, Linlner, Sieflenson, P. Werling, A. Graham, Aderhold. N. Bull, Kuehnl, J. Mueller, Conine Top Row: R. Sorenson, G. Morienson, Wege, Harper, Weinke, D. Neilson, Miss Roper, J. Pierce, Wideman, Thorson, Pagel, G. Schuliz, Wolf XVITH HARMONIOUS TGNES Boys and girls interested in combining their voices to create an a capella elfect and who have had previous choir experience may join the Mixed Choir. Besides satisfying the desire to sing, this organ- ization helps to bring about a better understand- ing and appreciation of music. Under the direction of Miss Roper, the choir entertains in public and for school programs. ln April of this year, they attended the Music Festival at Sheboygan. Dick Sorenson was president of the choir, janet Mueller, secretary, and Gordon Mortenson, treas- urer. Pat Werling served as accompanist. 59 Bottom Row: Alferi, M. Webb, Miedke, Ross, J. Pluclrer, Mr. Mais Second Row: Hedberg, Patterson, Collins, R. Gibson, Rusch, Mahoney, Breitenboch Third Row: Kehl, Johnson, Krenger, McCrory, S. Traas, S. Lanclskron, McKellips, J. Haber Fourth Row: M. Mcrmes, Babbitt, K. Krause, Tyriver, Bowman, Fohrenlcrug, Thorpe, W. Ellis Top Row: Brien, Wollermon, Davis, Pansch, Kruse, Dahl trike Llp the Band A crash of cymbals! A roll of drums! Neenah High School Band began another year of music making, their notes echoing throughout the halls every third and fourth period. Un football Saturdays, when the band presented its peppy pro- gram, few spectators realized the hours of preparation which have gone into the brief minutes during which they played. ln addition, the band presented a Christmas program for the student body, and a Midwinter Concert in February for the public. lmmediately after the concert, work started in prepartion for the annual music festival, held in April at West High School in Green Bay. The band won nineteen firsts in this festival. The band finished its concert season by playing for Graduation and Baccalaureate. The final performance of the year was their part in the Memorial Day parade. 60 Mr, Mais raises his baton to open a practice on our stage Boffom Row: Reicltel, S. Petersen, Dawson, B, Cumings, Hedlund, V. Albert Second Row: J. Sell, Howe, Gorges, R. Larson, T. Piucker, Reierson, P. Halverson Third Row: Chappell, T. Weigt, E, Olson, R. Bork, Rymer, D. Landskron Fourfh Row: R. Wilson, J. Halverson, H. Tollette, P. Hildebrand, Parks, Voigiman, T. Tollette Top Row: S. Schultz, McCormack, K. Martiny, M. Albert, P. Johnson, S. Chudacofi A Pep Band With Snappy Notes The Pep Band, conducted by the student direc- An annual event of the Pep Band is its parade tors, Mark Weluln and Don 'l"river, uromoted Il1I'0ll'll the halls. 5 3- school spirit by its lively tunes and played at the basketball fumes 'ind we assemblies. lt 'tlso . ., . . . ' R' L l p L 1 basis, the ttnal selection being made by Mr. Mats assisted the Thespians with between-act concerts. ' Boifom Row: R. Gibson, Ruscb, Alferi, D. Landslcron, Chudacofl, Wollermcn, Howe, S. Petersen, Dawson, B. Cumings, V. Albert Top Row: Webb, Davis, Tyriver, Miedke, Ross, M. Albert, Hedberg, Patterson, Kruse, Haber, K. Krause, Collins, Hecllund, P. Hildebrand, Voigtman, P. Halverson, Pansch, Mr. Mais 6l Selection of the members is done on a voluntary Club officers, sealed: Page, Courlneyg sfandingz Marliny, Coenen. Spark Behind "Sign up for the Pep Club bus and pay your quarter today," was an fzlmilizir announcement heard this yenr. This club sponsored buses ro most out- of-town games. The peppy spirit of the club pro- duced a Homecoming to be remembered. After at parade and the burning of the "S", ll dance, "Autumn Leaves", climaxed the weekend. Bohom Row: Ruthven, Becksfrom, Kuefher, Mahoney, Gorges, Genefl, C. Swenfner, Landig, M. James, Sfeflensen, Larsen, M. Buchanan, P Laursen Schloemer, Van Alsiine Second Row: Mr. Dunwiddie, S. Johns, C. Wesiphal, S. Lange, Hinfz, Atkins, Fantfon, Koller, S. Petersen, J. Malchow, J. Page, Porter Hummel Men, Birmingham, A, Graham, McCrory, Knoedler Top Row: Kerrigan, P. Pierce, Rather, Kruse, Hoover, J. Hellman, J. Alferfig, M. Kessler, A. Paul, B. Frakes, Frederick, Kehl, S. Frakes Neubauer, D. Landskron, Norman, G. Traus, Abendrofh Bonom Row: S. Olson, Chuclacofl, Bowman, T. Nelson, Graverson, Randall, Bselfer, Murphy, Track, A. Loughrin, Krieg, N. James Second Row. Lyon, S. Krueger, B. Krueger, Berndoerfler, Chrisfianson, S. Kurlz, Heigl, Zabel, Collier, C. Hansen, S. Wilson, J. Whilpan, J Kessler P, Lnughrin, Harper, Raab, Weyenberg, Palmbach, Horn Top Row: R. Grunska, Sawlell, D. Jensen, J. Neubauer, T. Tallelle, R. Johnson, Gilbertson, P Zeinerf, D. Courlney, Voigmwcin, l Sh J Marliny, K, Murliny, DuBois, Mierlke, R, Thompson 61 Cur School Spirit Arranging pep sessions in the gym and auditorium, setting up "feeds" for the teams after basketball games, and providing half-time entertainment at these games are other activities of the Pep Club. Elected as officers for 1955-56 were jim Coenen, president: Dick Martiny, vice presidentg Dave Courtney, secretary: and judy Page, treasurer. i The club boasted a membership of two hun- dred, with Mr. Dunwiddie as advisor. Its members supported school activities, promoted good sports- , , After Menasha game, O'Leary serves refreshments to manship and better relations between Neenah and . Kuehl, Johnson, Gilberfson and Krueger other schools. Bottom Row: Dawson, Holewinslti, Cay, Alferi, D. Peterson, S. Hammill, S. Grunska, M. Falck, Richardson, McConnell, Malouf, J. DeLapp Top Row: D. Jensen, M. Schulz, Londowslti, Hyde, Wismer, C. Menfink, K. Cumings, B. Cumings, P. Deutsch, P. Thomsen, B. Flesch, Brien, P. Klinker, Krenkel, Hedberg, Rusch, O'l.eary, Gresenz, Hilliker Bottom Row: J. Hammill, J. E. Sell, J. Schanke, Verstagen, Pansy, B. Marmes, Caple, J, Pluclter, J. Meyer, Werling, Dee, Kresse, H. Jury, Kitchin Second Row: S. Reinhardt, Frederick, C. Crawford, Zwickey, Borchardt, J. Paul, A. Bull, Pheifer, Kopitzlte, G. Malchow, Malouf, Wennethe, K. Nielsen, Aderhold, N. Bull, C. Schanke, Spiegelberg, Carroll Top Row: Coenen, J. Swentner, P, Mortenson, Swichtenberg, Tuttrup, G. Courtney, Parks, Sievert, Grimes, Stecker, C. Pingel, Handler, B. Buchanan, D, F. Miller, D. Snyder, J. Nelson 63 Planters, Feeders, Trappers Like to trap bunnies, go skiing and toboggan- ing, engage in tree planting, bird feeding, field trips, photography and art? Then the Conservation Club is for you. lt is one of the largest and most popular organizations in the school and is open to all students. With the guidance of Mr. Gerhardt, this club offers a varied and interesting program that combines a serious purpose with fun in accomplishment. The main objective is to emphasize the import- ance of upholding the state conservation laws. It strives to interest the high school student in the preservation of such natural resources as trees, soil, waters, and wild life. liach member receives hfteen points a year for joining the club. Additional points are earned by furthering conservation projects. Selling at games and sporsoring dances are money raising projects that enable Conservation Club to send members to the Trees for Tomorrow Camp at Eagle River. This year the first semi- formal was held in N. H. S. by the Conservation Club. The final event of the year is the chili supper at which club awards are made. This yearis officers are Daryl Jensen, president: Tom Kuehl, vice president: Ann Norman, secre- taryg and Sherry Spiegelberg, treasurer. Board members are Donna Bork, Pat Pierce, -judy Alfer- tig, Tom Wiesner, .Ion Stilp, Dan Gerhardt, Bill Kuehl, and Sue Frakes. Bottom Row: Frederick, landig, Sopkovich, Handler, T. Nelson, Ehlers, C, Page, C. Krause, Sanders, Gullickson, L. Pingle, Zwickey, Breitenbach, Kresse Second Row: G. Traas, J. Beyer, Leaman, N, Sorensen, Dietz, P. A. Schultz, Hoover, S. Lange, Bunker, S. Frakes, Wenneche, Hintz, Wierschke, Holewinski, Lintner, A. Graham, Krableari, Krenkel Top Row: Horn, Heigl, Brien, Rusch, S. Traas, L. Thomas, K, Bisel, Kofler, Sievert, Frederick, Webb, Norman, M, Schulz, Hedberg, A. Bull, Hummel Bottom Row: Palmbach, Ratzburg, C, Alsteen, Randall, Potratz, F. Nelson, Pansy, Schiebler, M. James, Christiansen, Kuehnl, Harder, Case Second Row: Hilliker, S. Stilp, Gresenz, Ulrich, Jorgensen, M. Kaehn, S. Bork, Kerrigan, Pheifer, Volkman, Canine, Missling, J. HoFlman, M. Neubauer, Wismer, Webb, C. Mueller, J, Jones, Bartlein Top Row: Braun, Gooding, R. Hansen, Coenen, I.. Schaefer, W. Zeinert, B. Larson, Sedo, Nielsen, L. Miller, J. Alfertig, T. Kuehl, J. Quade, G. Alfertig, Beimborn, Peotter, Weinke 64 Tom Kress and Pot Pierce put the linishing touches on their rabbit traps. Bottom Row: Caple, Krenger, Ryan, C. Schanke, J. Babcock, J. Meyer, K. Spielgelberg, D. Bork, SteHensen, Zitelman, Thorson, Kitchin, B, Marmes, J. Hammill Second Row: D. Jensen, D. Williams, K. Martiny, Vogt, Abendroth, P. Pierce, Ruthven, Clow, Kehl, G. Schaefer, Parks, S. Spiegelberg, M. Kessler, M. Neubauer, Lamb, S, Hammill, T, Schroeder Top Row: R. Gerrits, Falske, P. Hildebrand, J. Stilp, R, Larson, Beck, Hielsberg, Gerhardt, Oehlke, Tyriver, D. Martiny, W. Jensen, J. Hammill, Huppler, Peck, L. Bork r i l 'i Bottom Row: W. Krueger, J. Pierece, T. Boehm, Rutkus, Chudacofl, J. Williams, D. Peterson, Schwerin, Alferi, Lasky, C, Jury, L. Stilp Second Row: D. Gibson, Winkler, P. Kemps, G. Miller, L. Martin, Hoppe, Barr, B. Frakes, Kramarczyk, Brandt, Bollerman, D, Landskron, J. Johnson Poellinger, Snell, Manteutel, T. Freund, Mr. Gerhard! Third Row: B. Remmel, W. Kuehl, R. Grunska, Klitzke, R. Thompson, R. Lange, H. Quade, Wiesner, B. Gibson, Tesch, D. Barnstable, B. Brockman, Hirschy, D. Jensen, Kvchenbecker Top Raw: R. Barnstable, Beringer, J. Salm, Pohlman, G. Stielow, Blenker, Kress, Voigt, R. Johnson, P. Thomsen, D. Courtney, H. Tollette, J Dixon, Kuchenbecker, Pansch, Sturtz, Nehring. i I r .-swf .. 4. , 41 . 63 We Stud Mother Nature Remember, "The female of the species is more deadly than the male." This was a familiar phrase among the students of Biology Club this year. They were indoctrinated with this idea by their advisor, Mr. Gundlach, and they spent the year studying the various lields of biology to lind out if this was true. Beside furthering their interests and expanding their hobbies while participating in the many activities offered, they worked for points which psf' '. r ki7f1"'S H . S . , . would enable them to attend the annual trip to Chicago in the spring. There were also such social activities as hikes, parties and a dance for the student body. Some of the projects available were the study of heredity, microbes, botany, blood testing and taxidermy. The president was Joel Garlockg vice president, Mary Albertg secretary, Judy Malchowg treasurer, Gene Schultzg point recorder, Peggy Howe. Bottom Row: Thorson, Krenger, S. Johnson, N. James, Lange, Stoeluli, J. Hammill, S. Traas, D. Peterson, Sanders, M. James, McKellips Second Row: T. Farley, Wideman, Huppler, P. Tuchscherer, D. Martiny, Metz, J. Mueller, Landig, C. Schonke, McCunn, Krause, Hildebrand, B. Grcn ham, Whitney, J. Stilp, Gussert Top Row: Wesenberg, Cumings, Leaman, Birmingham, M. Beringer, D. Alesch, Voigtman, Don Kuchenbecher, Rymer, R. Wilson, T. Schmidt, l Thomas, Krablean, Munsche, C. Mentink, Dawson Bottom Row: Adarhold, Graverson, Sopltovich, Kramer, S. Hammill, Bredendick, Handeyside, Heigl, Boelter, S. Kurtz, Steftensen, Richardson F. Nelson Second Row: S. Jahns, G. Mueller, J. Tesch, Ambraso, Kuether, Patterson, Ross, Barr, Sievert, B, Larson, Kopitzke, Kehl, N. Johns, Grempel, Nobbe Krenltel, Buss, Mr. Gundlach Top Row: D. Bellach, J. Perry, J. Dixon, Reierson, Quade, Valente, Pansch, R. Johnson, P, Thomsen, D. Schultz, G. Schultz, Wege, S. Schultz, R Thompson, Labre W i Taft examines "Oscar" Maze study by Babitt, Kosloske and Mr. Gundlach Mice feeders, Lange and Zabel Bottom Row: C, Swentner, B. Weigt, N, Bull, Handler, Howe, M. Albert, S, Millar, Harttiel, Gullickson, P. Klinlcer, J. Johnson, M. Buchanan Se-Land Row: Harper, J. Nobbe, Glover, Tipler, Gorgenson, C. Westfahl, Pantton, S, Petersen, Hintz, Wierschlse, S. longe, Dornbrowske, Babbitt, Zehner, O. Schaefer, Rather, Spiegelberg Top Row: W, Meyer, Jaehnig, Button, E, Anderson, Taft, B. Clark, J.Molchow, J. Huhn, M. Kessler, Parks, Reilly, J, Kirchgeorg, R. Barnstable, D. Barnstable, Albers Bottom Row: Jill Zabel, A. Graham, Ahrens, Roou, Shaclduck, Zitelman, Becllstrom, Laursen, J. Mueller, Hedlund, l.. lernke, Ferrier, V. Albert Second Row. D. Holtman, J. Krueger, J. Holiman, Boehm, K. Thompson, M. Neubauer, l.yon, J. Page, S. Krueger, A, Paul, B. Frclxes, Jean Zabel, Judy Frederick, A. Bull, Sniarzinski, B. Ellis, Erdnlan, Craig Top Row: Garlocln, Djupstrom, B. Millar, Miedke, J. Quode, G. Mortensen, J. Nelson, Beck, T. Tollette, Warzinik, Alberts, D. Courtney, Backman, Grissom, B. Buchanan, L. Stilp, K. Martiny, Don Bellack I An re? - , mx. KY- - I fl- Y- B 1 Q W .lu W A Bottom Row: Rausch, Zabel, Bunker, Severson, Kreuter, Thomas, Miss Kiser Top Row: Zeuthen, Porter, Rutkus, Jorgensen, Bouquet, Tyriver, Gilbertson, Bollerman, B, Larsen, A. Bull, Garlock Club de Espanol "Buenos dias, amigos," is a familiar greeting among the students of the second year Spanish Club. Elected president for this past year was Sue Severson, with Tom Zeuthen as vice-president, and Barbara Larsen as secretary-treasurer. The club, with Miss Kiser as advisor, met every fourth Friday, in which they gave oral re- ports and played Spanish games. In these ways they gained a better understanding of the Latin American countries. Societas Romanorum Rome had its Caesar and we have our Caesar students. Many a study hall was used by devotees of Latin translating the wonders of Rome. Once a month Miss Kiser and her second year Latin students meet to discuss the ways of the Romans and play their games. Elected consuls this year were Liz Drew, Larry Bouquet, john Shreve, and Bob Wege. Bob Graham and Dick McCormack were the secretary-treasurers. Bottom Row: Elliott, Harper, Fowler, Drew, Francart, Coy, Randall, Zitelman, C. Schanke, O. Wohlcl, McConnell, Howe Second Row: Miss Kiser, K. Larson, Giovannini, Parks, Gorgenson, G. Schaefer, Grimes, Brandt, M. Kirchgecrg, Roberts, Hedlund, M. Kessler, M. Schulz, Gooding, R. Graham Top Row: P. Hildebrand, Wege, Whitney, Sawtell, G. Schultz, McCormack, Angell, Bouquet, T. Kuehl, Shreve, P, Mortensen, Diedricb, Bayer, B, Meyer 68 Right- S. Petersen and A. Bull edit material for Rocket Echoes 4.-fx Left- Artwork for the booklet is done by Norman, Traas, and Hopkins. Maas-4.g Tops in Prose and Poetr ln the spring senior English students published Rocket Echoes, a booklet consisting of poems and themes selected from all the English classes. Under the supervision of Miss Helen Peterson, this cap- able staff selected the stories, typed and proof-read them, and planned the lay-out of the booklet. Carol Birmingham, Don F. Miller, Tom Tol- lette, and Pat Werling were the 1956 editors. They were ably assisted by Dick Snyder, Audrey Bull, Sandra Petersen, Mary Buchanan, Ann Norman, Sue Atkins, Sue Kurtz, and Diane Landskron as associate editors. The publication is a challenge to encourage all students to try their writing skills. "Rocket Echoes" is acclaimed the best writing from all the English classes of Neenah High School. Bottom Row: Birmingham, Don F. Miller, Miss Peterson, T. Tollette, P. Werling Second Row: G. Traas, Schloemer, Graham, Horn, Norman, M. Buchanan, Londig, Laursen, S. Kurtz, Atkins Top Row: Lyon, A. Bull S. Petersen, Hopkins, Snyder, Tuttrup, Wenneche, D. Landskron, Pantton, S. Krueger 69 NSS w t 3 0' Xxxw.-3" .4 fdfny X, E ATHLETICS "One of the greatest tests of courage on the earth is to bear defeat without losing heart." Declaration of lndefrerzdenre Bottom Row: Coach Thompson, Alberts, Blenker, J, Neubauer, T. Simerson, Kress, G. Schultz, D. Szhultz, B. Millar, L. Stilp, G, Mortensen, B, Grunsku, Dove Williams, Terry Kelly, Don E, Miller, W. Pingel, Gciuger Second Row: D, Courtney, Bylow, McCormick, K. Simerson, T. Kuehl, Kitchin, Werling, T. Plucker, Jcehrlig, Sylvonder, Van Outenhooven, .lim Huber, S. Stilp, T. Fruend, B. O'Brien, Simons, D. Thomsen, J. Miller, Weisner, M. Beyer, Coach Porter, Couch Braun Top Row: R. Mortiny, D. Jensen, Gries, Pownell, Herriot, Kettner, S. Schultz, Syring, Diedrich, B. Meyer, Carlson, Den Dooven, E. Meyer, H. Quocle, J. Dixon, Davis, F. Seggelink, Fisher, Ponsch, Tom H, Schmidt, Jerry Hensen Rocket Gridders Grub Second The Rockets had another successful season which turned out to be Coach Thompson's last year .it the helm. Our loss was Ripon C0llege's gain. This year, the team tied for second place in the Mid-East Conference with Clintonville, with a 5-l-l record. Due to polio, no preliminary VARSITY SCOR FBOA RD games were played. The Rocket squad plays both the varsity and "B" games. Game performances determine who plays in which games. This year's "B" squad promises another bright year for Neenah football in 1956. "B" SCOREBOARD Rockets I-3 ....... ............ M cnasha 7 Rockets 27 .,................. Clintonvillc 0 Rockets ll . Shawano 0 Rockets 40 Manitowoc 7 Rockets l0 Kaukauna Z0 Rockets 44 .. Appleton 6 Rorkcts I5 . . . Kimberly 6 Rockets 45 . . . New I.0f1Ll0l'l 0 Rockets 7 . . , Clintonville 7 Rockets 6 Two Rivers 0 Rocks.-ts Z7 Two Rivers 6 Rockets 0 Mcnasha 0 Rockets S9 New London 0 l Weisner over center 2. Downed by Millar and Alberts 3. Kelly plows through 4. Neubc1uer's got it M: ' ix- L. ' df' ew 7. gr 9 fly. Rockets Rockets Rockets Rockets Rockets Rockets FROSI l SCOREBOARD 6 ...,..,......, Kzlukauna ffl . . . Kimberly I4 . . . Roosevelt 20 . . Wilson 40 .. Menasha I9 .. . McKinley Coaches Shepard and Anderson plan strategy with Tolleffson, Kuehl, Jim Hensen, and Bruce. Kuehl pitches out to Jim Hensen for a nice gain. Ney charges through Menasha Champs in '55: Pattern For Future After losing a very close and exciting hrst game to Kaukauna, the Neenah Freshmen football team went on to win the Frosh conference championship by win- ning all of their remaining games. Coaches Shepard and Anderson welcomed 54 boys on the first day of practice. Out of these, 16 boys earned their Freshmen emblems. Our season's climax was reached in our thrilling victory over the Menasha Yearlings. The spirit and enthusiasm shown by these boys will undoubtedly guarantee many a touchdown for Neenah's future football teams. Bottom Row: B. Remmel, Hirschy, G. Alfertig, Moder, Bruce, Tollefson, J. Quade, Ney, Jim Hensen, B. Kuehl, W. Dennis Second Row: B. Krueger, Hoppe, P. Miller, D. T. Miller, Klatf, Cumings, Beck, Dinnis, Laflin, Boehm, Smith Third Row: Jerry Hensen, Gresenz, Wheaton, P. Millar, Lauer, Ankerson, Rusch, S. Stilp, Marketfi, Sommer, Coach Anderson Top Row: D. Rantich, lemke, J, Halverson, Fuss, McMames, Don Jensen, Tessendorf, Lundy, Rymer, Coach Shepard 42 ,dvi ' 7 in J J . V x I X I - . i ,-+ Y c I ,, '- K Q I ' .-' at .J I S' 58515 3 -t Rot Rot Rot Rm Rot Rot Rot R or Rm Rot Ros Rot' RIN Rot' Rox' Roc Ron Rot Rot Couch Jorgensen, J. Pnrry, Armofoski, Gilberlson, F. Seggelink, R. Johnson, P. Thomsen, Willing, Wiesner, T. Kuehl, T. Sirnerson, Terry Kelly G. Morfcnscn, E. Meyer, J. Krueger kcts krrs ken kms krtx kvts kcts kt-rs kms kctx kels kt-ts ken ken ken kcts kcrs kt-ts kcts Rockets Rot l kets SKURI ily AR 'H 'Z S0 54 .- il 68 NJ 5- :X 's 'x Nl Nl ' I TOVRNAM fri 'll fu . Couch briefs Kel -nofuun . . FlrsT Team In New Gym Xviitonsin Rapids IG Ripon M Appleton 'r A W" 'Wm ' Our Rocket varsity haskethall team completed a lx rmherly 80 NW' 'Af"Hl"" "' successful season although the 1975 graduation had Mcnnsha 62 - ' A Q V I ' Slvlwilnfl f" claimed many lettermen. lhe team llmshed fifth in i:llntonvlllc 58 I l lY"'k1"'.m' il the conference play and also acquired consolation Ifvo Rivers 50 ' . kfmlwfll' Sl honors m the regional tournament. New l,0mlon GH V 1 I ' - - I ' l?11"11Hl11' P41 This year s varsity was the hrst to play in Neenah s Sklrnwano' To . , 4 ' . Q""'0'H""L' 'U heautlful new gym. lhey succeeded ln defeating the lxaukxulna 'l V N I - r lxaukauna Ghosts, 7-4-72, to conclude the 1955-56 I5N'I' Sl.0RliS season and hegin the history of the new gym. o,1,k,,a, 4,-1 Paul Thomsen was elected most yaluahle player lf I 1 1.1 nz . . K',ili,ik,,l,:,. U 1,1 and honorary captain hy his team mates. ly, Moriensen and Willing. 2. Johnson breaks uwuy. 3. Thomsen takes oim. 444,134 Tri F Firsf Row: Werling, B, O'Brien, D. Thomsen, Began, S. Schultz, K. Simerson, Carlson Second Row: Coach Shepard, Den Nm., K It :- ' i X Simerson, Syring, ond Gries collaborate on rebound. Rockets Rockets Rockets Rockets Rockets Rockets Rockets Rockets Rockets Rockets Rockets Rockets Rockets Rockets Rockets Rockets Rockets "B" SCURIEBOARD 57 4 I 4 5 .58 s fa ,il 58 43 49 62 47 59 4.2 48 54 'lo 58 lfond du Lac XVis. Rapids Ripon Appleton Two Rivers Kimberly New London Mcnasha Shawano Clintonville Kaukauna Two Rivers Kimberly New London Menasha Shawano Clintonvillc Dooven, Jock, Syring, Gries, Fischer, Below, Bemowski, H. Toilette, Klein Our Future Stars Preceding each varsity basketball game, the "B" team, coached by Charlie Shepard, filled our gym with action. This year's junior Rockets, led hy high scoring Hector Fischer, took fourth place in the mid-eastern conference by compiling an 8-5 record in season play. Seventeen boys participated in this season's spirited junior varsity team. They played fine hall and prom- ise good varsity teams in the future. 22 54 27 45 48 41 55 42 48 59 40 45 46 44 Bylow scores on assists from 57 Schultz and Jack. 55 48 Top Row: Coach Porler, Dun Bellock, J. Quclde, Moder, Hrubecky, J, Halverson, Vulenle, Tollefson, Fellner, B. Remmel, J, Lemke, Beck Bottom Row: G, Ellis, Jerry Hensen, Hoppe, Bruce, B. Kuehl, Kuester, Tessendorf, Don Jensen, Jim Hensen, Sommer, Heller Cheers For Scrappy Frosh W'l1at will the Neenah varsity basketball team look like in the next three years? To forecast this, take a look at Coach Tom Porter's "up and at 'em" freshman Rockets. These twenty-one boys batted their way to a third place standing in the Fox River Valley Freshmen League for the 1955-1956 season. Rockets .is . Wilscmn 28 Rockets -17 Rockets -H .. Kaukauna 25 Rockets 52 Rockets All .... New London 25 Rockets 60 . Rockets A10 .. .. Kimberly 55 Rockets 45 .. Thirteen members of the freshmen squad won their basketball emblems on the basis of time played during the season. They are Richard Bruce, Gary Ellis, James Hensen, jerry Hensen, jon Hal- verson, Don Jensen, Bill Kuehl, Jerry Moder, james Quade, Barry Remmel, David Sommers, james Tessendorf, and Bob Tollefson. Rockets -10 .. .. Kimberly 51 McKinley 15 .. Wilstmn 541 New London 26 McKinley 31 .. Roosevelt 641 .. Menasha -H Rockets 63 . .. .. Rockets 71 . Rockets 51 . .. Menasha 58 Our fighling lrosh bollle lheir luvorile rivals, Menoshcl. Seen in uclion ure Jerry Hensen, Bill Kuehl, Jon Halverson. Bottom Row. R. Martiny, R. Werling, Jerry Hensen, Simons, Tuttrup, Fahrenkrug, Haber, Den Dooven, K, Thompson, R. Barnstable, Pingel, Grunska, Bylow Second Row: l. Anderson, Swentner, T. Kuehl, Monard, P. Thomsen, Dave Williams, Nelson, Jim Pierce, Zarnoth, Malzow, Pawlowski, Klein, Coach Thompson Third Row: Coach Jorgensen, Kitchin, Jim Hensen, P. Wiesner, Began, D. McCormick, E, Schulz, Roberts, Syring, D. Bellaclt, B. Barnstable, Blenker, Seggelinll, Dieclrich, Kerrigan, B. Pansch, Eiss, Coyle, lhcle, Neubauer, G. Schultz, J. Miller, Daryl Jensen Fourth Row: Hutchins, J. Stilp, E. Anderson, Weinke, Labre, Bruce, Shreve, Belanger, Pahlman, Alberts, Courtney, l.. Stilp, Millar, Kettner, Benedick, Radtke, D. Barnstable, Sylvander, S. Schultz, B. Meyer, L. Martin, Marketti, O. Hoppe, Laflin, J, Perry, C. Hoppe, J. Wingen Top Row: Thorpe, Petersen, J. Dixon, D, Pansch, Tollefsun, L. Seggelink, Fischer, H. Quade, Steif, H. Tollette Fleet-Footed Thincluds TRACK SCOREBOARD When spring fills the air, NHS "thinclads" may be seen running Rockets 58 Menashu 55 thegtreets gettini in Zhape Snr coming track meets. , , ur team un er t e gui ance o Coach Thompson and his as- . . , . , , . ll! I 1 . R"s'r'fh Wi! Two Ruin 512 sistant, Coach Jorgensen, placed second in the conference meet last Rockers 70 Kaukauna 45 year. In the Madison West Relays, Neenah tied for third out of Rockets 80 Ripon 55 twenty-five schools competing. Rockets 74,2 Shawano ww One hundred boys participated: fifty-five on varsity and forty-five u IV K U I freshmen. Bob Pansch was captain for 1955 and Stuart Monard was Rockets 74 V3 Clmtonville Sl elected Captain for 1956. Rfmkcfs 97 Bcrlm 85 Winners of letters or medals included lveaux Andersen, jim Rockets S4 Fond du Luc 59 Coyle, Rufus Ihde, Bob Pansch, jim Pierce, Bob Kerrigan, Bob Ruckus 54 New London I6 Blenker, Stuart Monard, Paul Thomsen, john Nelson, Dave Wil- liams, Tom Kuehl, jim Haber, and jim Neubauer. Thomsen soars over. Swenfner und Diedrich eye the finish. Williams clears the bar. ...sssm . 'iQ :if l E." -2 .a :.1., Q ,1ieww'm 1 Bottom Row: Tom H, Schmidf, Benedicl, O'Brien, Armciowski, Lamb, R. Miller, J. Krueger, Davis, D, Thomsen, Tom Kelly Top Row: R. Thompson, Gries, Chrislicinsen, Don E. Miller, Terry Kelly, Wiesner, Willing, Sund, R. Johnson, E. Angell, R, Schultz, Bemowslu J. Miller, D. Johnson, Couch Braun Stars of The Diamond Marring our otherwise highly successful conference baseball season were the two losses to the Kaukauna Ghosts and the New London Bulldogs. The Rockets placed second in the conference. Coaches Braun and Porter awarded letters to Don E. Miller, Den- nis Davis, Terry Kelly, Bill W'illing, Eugene Angell, Ronald john- son, Ralph Lamb, Tom Wiesner, Don Christiansen, and Bill Sund. Ralph Lamb was also the honorary captain. ,- Rockets Rockets Rockets Rockets Rockets Rockets Rockets Rockets Rockets ll"l Rockets Rockets SCOREBOARD Nun-Cu1lfw'wl4'a' 7 Ripon 5-I0 Algoma f.'lNlfl'I't'?1t't' ll Two Rivers 8 Kimberly -l New Lontlon 7 Menasha l l Shawano 6 Clintonvillu l Kaukauna lfl Dixlricl 'I'uln'm1n1wll 8 Kimberly l Mcnushn Eyes slxywnrd, Willing waits for the ball. Davis couches as D. E, Miller hils the dust. Slugger Kelly stands ready. l'sll Left- Mortensen smashes a back- hand for match game. Right: Zeuthen charges the net for deciding point. NSS wi S Netters Do IT Again 'l'hey've done it again!! Neenah's tennis team, under the guidance of Coach Williams, last year again finished first in the conference, tied for Hrst with Green Bay Fast in the sectionals, and ranked fifth in the state tournament. Only twice in the history of the tennis team has it failed to place Hrst in the conference. Harland Zietlow and Tom Malchow were elec- ted co-captains of the netmen, and were named the most valuable players. Of thirty-two participants, eight were letter winners. These included Tom Malchow, Harland Zietlow, Gordon Mortensen, Tom Zuethen, Paul Kurtz, Dick Westphal, Don Angell, and Bob Wege. Bottom Row: Deutsch, Mortensen, Zietlow, Malchow, Leaman, LaRue, E, Meyer Top Row: Coach Williams, Westfahl, Achterberg, Wege, Reierson, P. Rasmussen, Zeuthen, Kosloske, Hoffman, Kurtz Sports with u Feminine Touch livery Tuesday night the Neenah High gym is Iilled with peppy energetic girls dressed in every- thing from bermuda shorts to jodphurs. Anyone can guess they are the members of the Girl's Ath- letic Association. This year the G.A.A. had a new advisor, Miss Jenkins. With her guidance the omcers, president, Barbara Abendrothg vice-president, Beverly Frakesg secretary, Kay Thompson, treasurer, Pat Porter and historian, Judie Zitleman have contributed another line season of girl's athletic activities. Any girl may belong to the organization. The objective of the club is to provide recrea- tion for the girls of Neenah l'-ligh, while develop- ing their sportsmanship and co-operative qualities. The G.A.A. puts on an annual dance, sells conces- sions, has a float in the pep parade, and of course, the many sports activities. Each activity has a sport head, this year they were Rita Heigl, Darlene Wollerntzin, Judy Page, Judy Parks, Mary Alberts, Judy 'l'horson, and Peggy Bunker. Point recorders were lillen O'l.eary and Diane Landskron. At the end of the year G.A.A. holds a banquet at which all awards are presented and new othcers and sport heads are announced. Bottom Row: Schroeder, Raab, K. Cumings, Tews, S. Traas, Holewinslci, Roou, J. Johnson, Ahrens, Klassen, Loughrin, Howe, Wismer Second Row: Carroll, Hedlund, Caple, lintner, Volkrnan, Krenkel, Nabbe, A, Larsen, Patterson, Spiegelberg, Van Airsdale, Ross, Jill Barr, Bisel, S, Hanson, Metz, Joyce Mueller, Abendroth Top Row: Roberts, Rusch, H. Schulz, Mentink, Judy Barr, Kopitzke, Porter, Bollerman, Thompson, Brown, Brandt, Janice Huhn, Grimes, B. Frakes, J. Page, Elliott, Hummel, Ruthven Bottom Raw: Krieg, Moore, Collins, Payne, Randall, Janice Frederick, Verstegen, Schultz, Grunska, B. Marmes, B. Crawford, Plucker Second Row: Kresse, Sanders, Ratzburg, Coy, Kurtz, Roussin, Pansy, Landig, Olson, Murphy, Dee, Zwickey, Koehn, Swenson, Alferi, Peterson Top Raw: Wruck, Loehning, Thermansen, Schaefer, J. Neubauer, Rutlcus, Parks, Alfertig, M. A. Neubauer, Glover, M. Neubauer, Kehl, Rather, Lasky S0 ,RAM , H .- - .,.... , 1 Bottom Row: Kreiss, Hyde, J. Paul, Tesch, G. Mueller, Harifiel, Schiebler, Handler, Knoedler, S. Millar, Drew, C. Schanke, McCrory, Bredendick Second Row: Zilelmon, S, Wilson, Aderhold, Borchardf, Chappell, S. Krueger, Birmingham, C. Wesffahl, Zehner, P. Pierce, G. Traas, Norman, Hedberg, Brien, Kiichin, N. Bull, McConnell, Van Alsfine, D. lange Third Row: S. Thomas, Casperson, Kreuier, Chrislianson, Kerrigan, Sfecker, J. Hoffman, Malouf, O'Leary, Alkins, C, Mueller, Jean Zabel, Jill Zabel, M. Kessler, J, Frederick, Jorgensen, G. Courtney, S. Bork, P. Klinker Bolton: Row: T, Nelson, Chudocofl, P. Werling, Boelfer, Graverson, D. Bork, F. Nelson, Sell, Block, Hauser, J. Schanke, Bowman Second Row: B. Krueger, Thorson, Ambroso, Dawson, J. Mueller, Richardson, C. Crawford, M. Albert, J. Larson, M. Peierson, B, Schultz, Horn, Krablean, Kuhr, Hoover, Heigl, Harper Third Row- J. Mueller, J. Kessler, P. Larson, Wenneche, A. Paul, S. Petersen, D. Landslcron, Missling, Pheifer, Lyon, S. Fralxes, Babbitt, Bunker, Pqmllon, V. Albert Left: McConnell really socks it! E Cenier: "Mmm, good", soy M. Neu- bauer, S. Olson, Malouf, Barr, and D. Peterson, Righl: That's the way, Kessler. Sl MAJOR LEAGUE BASKETBALL CHAMPS P. Rasmussen, Ping- Handball artistry by The girls play loo. Bottom Row: Swichienberg, Losse, pong champ Mode' D. E. Miller Top Row: R. Sorensen, Kress, D. Schultz Intramurals The Year 'Round This year's intramural activities got off to a hne start. Touch football leagues were the first to take the scene. Swentner-LaRue took the championship in the major league while Powell headed minor league competition. The playoff winner was Swentner-LaRue. Tom Zuethen came out fall tennis singles champion, while he and Dick Westphztl took the doubles crown. Next came the volleyball leagues. In the major league, Paul Thomsen won the crown, while Marv Carlson took minor league honors. Three noon hour basketball tournaments were held. Dave Thomsen put in the most free throws, 25, followed by Eddie Meyer with 22. Thomsen also won the basketball golf competition with 10 shots, while Dan jack shot a 36 to win the rapid fire contest. The program aims of the intramurals are ill to encourage good sports- manship, fair play, justice, respect for the rights of others, and values of social worth to be gained through team competitiong C21 to encourage worthy use of leisure timeg and 437 to provide an extensive program of athletics for all students of Neenah High School. The boys' intramural program is directed by Coach jorgenson while the girls' intramurals are guided by Miss jenkins. The girls' intramurals program is coordinated through G.A.A. T. Kuehl, shooting The fip-off: Intramural basketball 82 Behrens reports CLASS BASKETBALL GOLF CHAMPIONS D. Thomsen, D. Hoffman, Moder CLASS RAPID FIRE BASKETBALL CHAMPIONS E, Benedict, Jock, T. Kuehl CLASS FREE THROW BASKETBALL CHAMPIONS D. Pohlmon, D. Thomsen, W. Kuehl MINOR LEAGUES FOOTBALL CHAMPIONS G. Stelow, Sforch, H, Flesch, DeBcere Intramural Champs MAJOR LEAGUE FOOTBALL CHAMPIONS Froni Row: Rosenow, J. Swenfner, LaRue Buck Row: R. Johnson, H. Ellis, L. Ruiter, J. Behrens L. Przybylski R. Sorensen waits Io grab o rebound Hensen gets off o volley. Hillicker serves. Mixed volleyball - fun 85 VARSITY CHEERLEADERS Bottom Row: Rather, A. Paul, Zifelman Top Row: Werling, Wieclterf, Landig, Miss Jenkins Cheerleaders Peppy, spirited cheerleaders, under the guid- ance of Miss jenkins, added excitement to the games during the football and basketball seasons. They also aroused enthusiasm during pep sessions and promoted good sportsmanship. Elected captain of the 1955-56 squad was Susan Landig. This year "B" team cheerleaders were again chosen. They received their training under the critical eyes of the Varsity squad. "B" CHEERLEADERS Left to right: O'Leary, C. Deutsch, Frederick, Bowman ll ll This january the N-Club was reorganized under the supervision of the athletic coaches, after being disbanded since 1950. During an early meeting a constitution was adopted with the purpose of the club being: "To promote sportsmanship and good citizenship among the Neenah High School student body." Officers chosen were Tom Simerson, presidentg Paul Thomsen, vice-president: and Lyall Stilp, SCCI'ClI1lI'y-II'E2lSllI'CI'. Boltorn Row: lyall Slilp, Bob Grunska, Jim Miller, Dave Williams, Gordy Moriensen, Richard Marfiny, Jim Kilchin, Paul Kuru Second Row: Mr. Thompson, Sfeii, Davis, Terry Kelly, Wayne Pingel, Diedrich, Jim Haber, Sylvander, Mr. Williams, Mr. Braun Third Row: Syring, Tom Kuehl, Donald E. Miller, Dave Courtney, Tom Simerson, Daryl Jensen, Bill Millar, Nelson, Monard, Ketiner, Dave Thom sen, Zeufhen Top Row: Tom Wiesner, Richard Schultz, McCormick, Gene Schultz, Paul Thomsen, Jim Neubauer, Molzow, Blenker, Ronald Johnson, Walter Gauger, Kress, Don Alberfs 8-i s - g A Our New Gymnasium The opening of the new gymnasium, a highlight of our 1955-56 school year, occurred on March 6, 1956. Citizens, who graciously consented to support its building, turned out in full force to view the outstanding structure. The gym, one of the six largest in the state, awed the spectators with its immensity and beauty. The building will serve as a spectator sport center, a needed addition to the physical education plan, an auditorium for student assemblies and a center for large community gatherings. Already this new building has met the needs of both the students and civic organizations with its fine facilities. 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X " W ' " x A x E X Q 55 f .- it 'A N x w, Nd? 3 wg l fs 1 1-Ai 5' T vig ij- M Kgs 54.4 ,QQ -.S 5 x ,ix eg. 5 .5 Likwi I Am Qu 3 ,., his wi av K ,.si if-5,1 bww, , X, i Q Q -0+ Sv' 5 ' fi 5 Q , yi x tix 1 ik s Q ,, Q X, 4 x K .N V ACTI ITIES "Action is the proper fruit of knowledge' 'I'lJmm15 Ifullw ,V-. YV! fwfr YUM N-,Lt '-YIM' 1.15 X.. KA EGL fllflxfiffq Homecoming Cour1-- O'Leary, Johnson, Queen Page, ond Thorson, The Juniors' prize-winning float, Successful Homecoming One of the biggest weekends of the football season was that of homecoming. Activities for the weekend began with the nomination and election of the homecoming queen and her court. Adding color and enthusiasm to the occasion were the many floats prepared for the homecoming parade by the various classes and clubs in school. The climax of the homecoming parade was the burning of the On Saturday afternoon the most important aspect of the homecoming weekend was our victory over Shawano. We celebrated our victory with a beautiful dance and the crowning of the homecoming queen and her court. Above: Good faking by Kelly ond Wiesner help Rockets bring Homecoming Viclory over Shuwcmo. 88 Leif: Homecoming Dance finds Kelly, Herrioh, Horn pouring punch. PROM ROYALTY Junior class president, Terry Tuhrup and dale, Pat Porter. are pictured with King Fred Hrubeclty and Queen Barbara Muth. "Young at Heart" The seniors of 1956 can proudly remember their junior Prom. It was held on May 7, 1955 in the gym, and for the first time in the history of Neenah High School, no admission was charged. Over two hundred couples enjoyed an " ver The Rainbow" Planning for the junior prom held on the night of May 5, 1956 are: fstandingl Larry Bou- quet, junior Class Presidentg Pat Porter, Class Treasurerg Brenda Brady, Class Secretaryg Paul Kurtz, Class Vice-Presidentg fseatedb general chairmen, Judie Zitleman and Tom Reuss. This years theme was, "Over the Rainbow" and our new gym was gaily decorated for the first time. The king and queen were Pete Miedke and lfmogene Below. evening of dancing and entertainment at both the prom and various post-prom parties. Fred Hru- becky and Barbara Muth reigned as king and queen in a beautifully decorated gym, with class officers serving as court members. 89 New publicity stunt! The ceiling is hung. ,fi J. Johnson and Koehn lost in dance. "Cookies, please," soy P. Deutsch, Petersen, and Burns. Nite-Life at O 9 O With the school week behind them and the week-end ahead, many students' thoughts turned from the task of learning to the anticipation of a gay time at a sponsored by one of the various organizations. And they really had a gay time, too. "At evening, in the gym, Gaily fixed all up with trim, The latest couple, The latest jive, The latest fashions, All come alive." school dance Refreshments ore purchased from Borkhclhn by Pownell. K. Murtiny, Block, Button, Chappell, Handler, and J. Stilp at the semlformal 90 Assem Assemblies of entertaining and educational nature are chosen for the student body by our Student Council. Due to crowded conditions the students felt very fortunate being able to come together for these programs. Left: Lintner struts her stutt as a "Red Hot Mama." Right: Pansch solves Miss Klumb mystery by identifying Pat Pierce after an exciting contest. blies Among the variety of selections viewed by the students were "Charles King of the 'Old Arks a Moverin' theme", and C. E. Jones and his yearly presentation of new advancements in science. A faculty pep assembly proved the teachers to be human, too. Voigtman, Snyder, Beyer "The Honeymoonersuy alias, Mennis, Dunwiddie and Poellinger. Trathe and "Henry" marvel at liquid air. Variety Show Becoming one of the most looked-forward-to entertain students. "The Old Arks Amoverin'." events, this year's Variety Show proved to be no exception. Under the able direction of Mr. Thom, the class of 1958 produced and sponsored an enter- taining evening. The Variety Show, itself, was composed entirely of talented students, to whom the success of the show is credited. The highlight of the evening, the unveiling of Miss Klumb, occurred at the intermission of the dance which followed the Variety Show. Marilyn visits N. H. S. 91 l. "Sorry, wrong number," A. Paul is told. 2. Grease paint and powder are admired by Ross, S. Fraltes, and Aderhold. 3. S. Krueger, Drew, and Breclendick get the props ready. 4. Severson gets a dancing lesson from Valente. Behind the As the curtain was drawn back, the Thespians started off another year with the presentation of their fall play, "You Can't Take It NWith You." The characterizations of Penny by jean Ross, Grandpa by Peter Miedke, Alice and Tony by Sue Atkins and Terry Tuttrup were fine. Other por- trayals were hy Severson, K. Thompson, R. Snyder, G. Hrubecky, Iirdman, QI. Kirchgeorg, Valente, Bellack, and McLain. Midwinter, the annual three one-act plays were presented. Many future Thespians gained their 5. "Lights, sound effects!" R. Wilson, Schaefer, G. Peterson. 6. "Well, I beg my pardon." R. Snyder and Horn. 7. "Stop it, stop it!" say Tuttrup, Atkins, and Ross. 8 1, . Snyder, J, Kirchgeorg, Put your play things away and come fo dinner," says Miedlxe. Footlights points in these productions. A comedy, "The Twelve Pound Look", a tragedy, "Pink and Patches", and a mystery, "Sorry, Wrcmng Number", kept the audience laughing, crying and in suspense. This spring, a fantasy, "Mrs. McThing", with its comedy, human interest, and fairy tale hack- ground entertained the audience. The following appeared: Porter, Grimes, Aderhold, Drew, Gor- gensen, Lintner, G. Hrubecky, lirdman, Miedke, Hopkins, Giovannini, Lund, Ammerman, bl. Plucker, Chudacoif, Brady, and QI. Malchow. "All right, learn your lines," Mr. Anderson warns G. Hrubeclty, Porter, Erdman, Roberts. 92 "That's the way you do it!" Ammerman, Mieclke, Lund, Hopkins. Garloclt practices before Brady, A. Bull, and S. Millar. Ross and Porter listen to visiting students. Forensics Forensics, an organization of effort and init- iative, has had another successful program this year. Competing in school, league, sectional, and state contests, a large number of students presented their talents and speaking skill to the public. Although not realized by many, a great deal more time and work is required of these people than that for which they are credited. With the help and guidance of the English department teachers, the students prepared selec- Rocket Issuing the Rocket is the great climax of the school year. The students, wondering what color it is, what the cover is like, and how their pictures turned out, look forward to the day on which it arrives. Equal eagerness is held for the traditional Students gathered in the gym to sign their ROCKETS. tions in humorous and serious declamation, orig- inal and non-original oratory, and extemporaneous speaking and reading. Everything from a satire on the neighborhood "girls" and their coffee clutches to a speech on the purpose and accomplishments of the United Nations is presented at the various contests. The students spend many hours of hard, con- centrated work striving for the honor and com- pensation of achievement. Staff gathering at which books are exchanged among friends for signing. All the memorable pictures, stories, and data, which make up this book take a great deal of time, willingness, and cooperation given by a selected staff under the direction of Mr. Thom. After school finds Pontton, Severson and Dixon writing copy. 95 Venetian Royalty students to reign over the annual Venetian Parade held on july Fourth. Personality, character and school spirit are all considered in these elections. janet Mueller was chosen as queen of the 1956 Venetian Parade. Audrey Patil was senior attendant, Glenace J. Bowman' A4 paul, J' Mueller, G' Schaefer and S' Olson- Schaefer, junior attendant, Sandra Olson, sophomore attendant, and 'lane Bowman, freshman attendant. Chili Supper An annual event of the Conservation Club. the Chili Supper, brought a grand climax to the rabbit trapping season of 1955-56. On March 20, all members who had succeeded in the trying task of capturing two of our furry friends were honored with prizes and a chili supper. This year a grand total and all-time record of Lil-1 rabbits was reached. .lack Hammill was the overall champ for the year receiving the grand prize. Prizes for every 25th rabbit were Every year Neenah High School students elect live Zwickey, Hammel and Jury. also awarded. Mother-Daughter Banquet 'l'he gym was transformed into a banquet hall on the evening of March 15, as the Girls' Senate held its annual Senior Mother-Daughter Banquet. This year the girls numbered over one hundred strong as they entertained their mothers and the faculty with a dinner and program. This year, as usual, the girls planned a good meal, and the program was not only entertaining, but informative, for the future plans of every girl were revealed. Mr. Peterson, the senior advisor, gave a short address, followed by two duets, an accordian selection, a baritone solo, and a ballet dance. Committee for Senior Mother-Daughter Banquet. 91 Mr. Peterson addresses Ehlers and Kofler provide guests at the banquet. entertainment with accordion cluet. ml winter concert Left: Tyrlver and P. Halverson pose with their saxophones. Davis, and W. Ellis. A ove M M I5 cllrecfs th band in t Right: A cornet lrio is played by Pansch A ,W Band Concert With a rousing march, the Senior Band of Neenah High opened their annual midwinter concert on February 26. The variety of selections took hours of practice under the direction of Lester Mais, in order to achieve the precision and snap which were presented. The program was both inspiring and entertaining to the audience. Preceding the senior concert, the junior Band presented their program. The two student directors of our Pep Band assisted by directing two numbers. Shown in a scene from the operefia are Rehearsing are Roou, Lintner, and J. Salm. Gorgenson, Mueller, Mueller, Wolff, Vogt, SfefTensen, and Mortensen. "ln Ga Havana" The N. H.S. musical department, under the direction of Miss Roper, presented an operetta entitled, "In Gay Havana". From a cast of 120, the following had leading roles: Bill W'ollT, Gordon Mortensen, janet Mueller, Roberta Stelfensen, Joyce Mueller, Carol Gorgensen, and jim Vogt. The color brought forth from the beautiful setting and the brilliant costumes added much realism and charm to the performance. 95 ww M j,o F4 1 ' M M 'nn QQ .Cz . V, NS. Xi' x an , 'S 4 Z4 W , , 9 Si . If I V n A , v ,. , .at x X 1 :ilk 'i-.-nf! H Q .. U: v N' Www Q Www , F N X? 4 Top Row: Rose Schloemer, Richard Snyder, Judith Page, lyall Stilp, Mary Albert, Terry Tuttrup, Sandra Petersen Bottom Row: Joan Alferi, Barbara Weigt, Susan Chudacolii, Patricia Werling, Margaret Larsen, Nancy Horn ational Honor Society Neenah High School is proud of its affiliation with the National Honor Society whose worthy objective is the promotion of higher scholastic achievement. Membership is not determined by grades alone. Character, leadership, and the will- ingness to render service throughout a high school career are requisites that must be considered. junior and senior students with "B" or higher averages are scholastically eligible but must be individually rated by each faculty member on the three remaining qualities. On this basis, twenty per cent of the eligible juniors and thirty per cent of the remaining qualifying seniors, who gain the highest faculty ratings, are elected to the National Honor Society. The Neenah High School chapter, under the capable supervision of Miss Helen Hughes, does much to promote the ideals of the national organ- ization. Its activities include placing the honor roll on the bulletin board, serving as guides on Edu- cation and Industry Day, presenting commemora- tion programs on Veterans' Day, Wfashington's and Lincoln's birthdays, and the presenting of a panel during Brotherhood Week. A tea for the new members and parents completes the program of activities. Patricia Werling, the 1956 president, is assisted by Susan Chudacoff, vice-presidentg Rose Schloe- mer, secretaryg Mary Albert, treasurerg and -Ioan Alferi, historian. Top Row: John Huppler, Larry Bouquet, Thomas Kuehl Bottom Row: Brenda Brady, Elizabeth Drew, Virginia Albert, Jean Ross, Patricia Porter 98 DAUGHTERS OF THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION AWARD The outstanding senior girl chosen to win the annual Daughters of American Revolution Award was Patricia Werling. She was selected on the basis of dependability, service, leadership, and patriotism. Patricia competed with other district winers for the privilege of continuing in state competition. The winner in each state receives a United States saving bond amounting to one hundred dollars. Patricia Werling Q ,.. .Q . E Warren DISTINGUISHED SERVICE AWARD Each year, one outstanding boy from Neenah, Menasha and St. Mary's High Schools is chosen by the junior Chamber of Commerce to receive the annual Distinguished Service Award. Lyall Stilp was selected to receive this award on the basis of ability, leadership, achievement and over-all service during his entire four years of high school. F t 8 . Miedke Neenah High is very proud of the forensic achieve- ments of Patricia Porter. Patricia successfully won "A" FOREN SIC HONOR Lycll Stilp BEST THESPIAN AWARD Warren Miedke was elected Best Thespian of the year. Warren has been one of the most active Thespians N. H. S. has ever seen. He has been in, or directed, every play that has been produced in his four years at Neenah. ratings through all of the elimination contests leading to the state contest at Madison on April 14. In the finals held at Madison, Patricia won the highest award, an "A" rating in interpretative reading. Patricia Porter ROTARY ESSAY "Will Japan be a Bulwark for Democracy in the Far East?" was the subject for the 1955 Rotary Essay contest, which was won by Rose Schloemer, Sue Severson, and Sue Chudacoff. This contest, sponsored by Rotary International, was open to all American History students. Their essays were judged as to logic, grammar, content, and organization by a committee of Rotarians. These winners were honored with the chance to read their essays before a Rotary luncheon and received a silver bracelet. Severson, Schloemer, Chudacoff SENIOR ROTARY STUDENTS At the end of each quarter two students repre- senting each class of Neenah High School are invited to attend a luncheon meeting of Rotary International. These students are chosen according to the Rotary Code of Ethics, which involves citizenship, scholarship, and leadership. Seniors who have represented their class at the Rotary Luncheon are Mary Albert, Emogene Below, Susan Chudacoff, Nancy Horn, Rita Heigl, Margaret Larsen, Elizabeth Leaman, Judith Mal- Lorry Bouquet - 4 Q chow, Ann Norman, Audrey Paul, Sandra Peter- sen, Beverly Richardson, Rose Schloemer, Susan Severson, Barbara Weigt, Patricia Werling, Robert Beger, Douglas Dixon, Howard Gilbertson. Neil Hansen, Jon Hopkins, Terrance Kelly, Richard Martiny, Warren Miedke, Donald E. Miller, Gordon Mortensen, 'Terry Schroeder, Richard Snyder, Lyall Stilp, Robert Strauser, Thomas Tollette, Terry Tuttrup. 2 I VOICE OF DEMOCRACY 3 This contest was sponsored by the Neenah-Menasha Chamber of W Commerce in an effort to give high school youth a chance to con- sider seriously and speak of the traditional opportunities of our nation. Larry Bouquet represented Neenah High and won the Twin City eliminations. He then went on to state competition and received a second place rating. Larry's speech was judged according to content, delivery, and originality. For his efforts he received a radio. 100 Tom Murphy STUDENT COUNCIL LIFE MEMBERSHIP Tom Murphy was chosen to receive the annual Student Council Member- ship award. Tom, selected by secret ballot in the Student Council, has given much service to the school. The award consists of a card entitling free passage to all school activities where admission is charged. Barbara Pol? STUDENT COUNCIL SCHOLARSHIP The Student Council, as a result of the money W rren Miedke, Paul Thomsen, Gordon Mortensen collected from Tag Day sales, selected Barbara Paff to receive their annual scholarship of fifty dollars. The senior boy or girl chosen must have at least a B scholastic average and be a good college candidate. The money must be used the year following graduation when the student enrolls in his chosen college. BADGER BOYS This year, Warren Miedke, Gordon Mortensen, and Paul Thomsen represented Neenah High School at Badger Boys' State. They were chosen on a basis of leadership, honor, school loyalty, and service. The purpose of this organization is to safeguard and trans- mit to posterity the principles of justice, freedom, and democracy. At Badger Boys' State the boys institute forms and carry out all main functions of State Government. BADGER GIRLS Neenah High's representative to Badger Girls' State was Patricia Werling, chosen on the basis of scholarship, leadership, physical fitness, good char- acter, and all-around school activities. The purpose is to present to Wisconsin girls the duties, privileges, and responsibilities of citizenship, through active partic- ipation in the operation of government. The girls organize cities, counties, and a state legislature to con- duct the affairs of their "state" according to the statures of Wisconsin. Pafricla Werling 101 BUSINESS AND PROFESSIONAL WOMEN'S CLUB SCHOLARSHIP The recipient of the 1954-55 Business and Profes- sional Women's Club Scholarship of fifty dollars was Yvonne Wollerman. The Principal and a member of the faculty recommended this girl on the basis of character, scholastic achievement, and need of finan- cial aid. The scholarship is to be used to further the recip- ient's education in the business field during the fol- lowing year. Bank. John Kcsten UNIVERSITY OF WISCONSIN LEGISLATIVE SCHOLARSHIP Barbara Muth was the senior student to win the annual University of Wisconsin Legislative Scholar- ship. In order to receive this scholarship, the student must rank scholastically among the top six members of the graduating class and the parents must be resi- dents of Wisconsin. WILLIAM RISLEY MEMORIAL SCHOLARSHIP Yvonne Wollerman According to his personality and character, finan- cial need and scholastic achievement, one hundred dollars is given to a graduate of Neenah High School toward his freshman year in college. This year's award went to John Kasten. This worthy student was chosen by Mr. Borgen, our principal, by a faculty member, and by the President of the National Manufacturer's Barbara Muth LARRY BOUQUET WINS SPANISH AWARD Larry Bouquet represented the Neenah High School in a Spanish Pronunciation contest sponsored by the University of Wisconsin. He was chosen to represent the Neenah- Menasha district at the state com- petition in Milwaukee where he placed second. Margaret Larsen and Donald Kuchenbecker Lyall Sfilp, Donald E. Miller, Terry Kelly, and David Williams LATIN AWARD Each year an outstanding Senior student is chosen to re- A ceive this award on the basis of his Latin grades. This year two students, Nancy Horn and Rich- ard Snyder, won Latin medals. Richard Snyder and Nancy Horn ART AWARDS The art classes under Mr. Beck worked on material to send to the National Scholastic Art Contest. Every year art students enter their best work in this contest. This year Margaret Larsen won two gold keys and a national award, and Donald Kuchenbecker won one gold key. Sue Chudacolf, Tom Kelly, and Marg- aret Dietz received honorable mention. BASKETBALL AWARD Paul Thomsen was voted the most valuable player on the Neenah varsity team by his teammates. He initiated the new gym by scoring 38 points in one game, thus breaking the Neenah High School individual scoring record of 32 points. Paul Thomsen FOOTBALL AWARDS Recipients of this year's foot- ball trophies were Dave Williams for being the best tackling line- mang Lyall Stilp for being the best all-around tacklerg Terry Kelly for the most interceptions, and Don Miller, the most valu- able player. 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RADIO STATION SCHULTZ DRUGS WILLIAM BELLACK SCHULTZ PAINT 8, GLASS WISCONSIN IMPLEMENT WOECKNER'S JEWELRY A Abbey, Robert 38 Ankerson, Jack 73 Antilla, Charles 35 Armatoski, Donald 38, 74, 78 Basketball, A 74 Basketball, Freshman 76 Basketball, J.V. 75 Abendroth, Barbara 16, 30, 54, 62, 65 80 Amdf, RICIIGYCI 35, 53 Baster, Diedrich 17 Armrberg, David 35, 79 Amdt- Ronald 16, 49 Bauman. Judy 38 Aderhold, Mary 37, aa, 49, os, oe, ai, 92 Amalfi, K-'meth 35 Bayer. Melvin 38, 68, 72 Administration 4 AIl'le"C5 70 59065, Carol 17 Ahrens, Marilyn 38, 58, 67, 80, 96 AIIKIHS, Susan 16, 47, 49, 50, 62, 69, B 2 Beach, Ronald 41 Akstulewicx, James 41 B BUCK, -ICIYTIBS 41, 46, 51, 53, 65, 67, Albers, William 38, 67 Beck, Richard 10 Albert, Mary 16, 57, 61, 67, B1, 98 Babbitt, Susan 41, 60, 67, 81 BSCIKGFSOH, Add 35 Albert, Virginia 35, 47, 48, 61, 67, 81 98 Babcock, Ronald 16, 52, 59, 96 BGCIUNGY1, Glen 41 Alberts, Ronald 16, 67, 72, 77, B4 Babcock, Sharon 41, 65 BGCIKSIYOWI, Dflnlle 17, 50, 62, 67 Alesch, Daniel 35, 53, 66 Backman, Robert 16, 67 BSCIHGYOWSIKJ, Allen 35 Alesch, Mark 41 Badger State 100 BGQUH, UGNIGI 39, 75, 77 Alferi, Joan 16, 49, 50, 60, 61, 63, 65, 80, 98 Baer, Jerry 38 Belmlie, M'-'HVIS 17, 58 Alfertig, Gary 34, 41, 64, 73 Balthazor, Gale 16, 49 Behrens, Jerry 17, 57, 82, 83 Alfertig, Gilbert 16, 26, 96 Band 60, 61 BGIVHIDOYH, RiCl1GI'd 33, 64 Alfertig, Judy 35, 41, 62, 64, B0, 96 Band, Pep 61 Belanger, Jerry 17, 50, 77 Alsteen, Cleo 35, 56, 64 Bandow, Paul 38 Bellack, Daniel 41, 57, 76 Alsteen, Judy 56 Barkhahn, Judith 38, 56, 90 Bellafk, Richard 35, 49, 65, 77 Ambrose, Jeanette 38, 66, 81 96 Barnes, Charles 38 Below, Emogene 17, 49, 54, 55 Ammerman, Bruce 16, 46, 54, 92 Barnstable, David 16, 28, 65, 66, 77 BBMOWSIKI, Donald 33, 75, 78 Andersen, Duane 41 Barnstable, Richard 17, 65, 67, 77 Benedict, Edward 17, 57, 77, 78, 83 Andersen, lveaux 77 Barnstable, Robert 35, 77 Benedict, Roy 41 Andersen, Kenneth 35 Barr, Jill 41, 80 Beringer, Michael 38, 65, 66 Anderson, Eric 38, 67, 77 Barr, Judith 38, 65, 66, 80, 81 Berndoerfler, Rachel 41, 51, 62 Anderson, Kenneth 7, 50, 73, 92 Bartes, Ronald 41 Beyer, Beverly 17, 22, 56, 64 Andrews, Scott 41 Bartlein, Bennett 64 Beyer, Julianne 38, 91 Angell, Donald 35, 68 Bartlein, Bruce 35, 41 Biology 66, 67 Angell, Eugene 78 Baseball 78 Birmingham, Carol 17, 57, 62, 66, 69 81 108 INDEX Bisel, Karen 41, 58, 64, 80 Bishop, Homer 38 Blajeski, Marjorie 17 Blenker, Robert 1B, 46, 65, 72, 77, 84 Block, Marifred 38, 49, 50, 81, 90 Board of Education 6 Boegh, Glendone 41 Boehm, Jane 35, 58, 67 Boehm, Tod 41, 65, 73 Boelter, Mary 35, 48, 62, 66, 81 Bollerman, Elaine 35, 50, 65, 68, 80 Borchardt, Sandra 41, 63, B1 Borgan, Harley 6, 30, 46 Bark, Donna 18, 26, 30, 46, 49, 57, 65, 81 Bork, La Verne 41, 65 Bork, Richard 35, 61 Bork, Shirley 38, 53, 56, 64, 81 Bouquet, Larry 34, 35, 48, 50, 51, 68, 89, 98 100 Boushly, Susan 38 Bowman, Jane 41, 54, 60, 62, 81, 84, 94 B.P.W.S. Award 103 Bradgh Brenda 34, 35, 47, 49, 50, 51, 89, 93 Bramer, Gilbert 35 Bramer, Judith 41, 58 Brandt, Janice 35, 50, 55, 65, 68, 80 Braun, Joseph 9, 72, 78, 84 Braun, Wesley 35, 64 Breaker, Robert 35, 52, 53 Bredendick, Nancy 37, 41, 51, 54, 66, 81, 92 Brehm, James 38 Breitenbach, Susan 41, 60, 64 Bridges, Marjorie 35 Brien, Kathryn 38, 50, 60, 63, 64, 81 Brockman, Barbara 41 Brockman, Carlton 18, 57, 65 Broetzman, Edith 7 Brooks, Adeline 38, 56 Brown, Donald 38 Brown, Morgaretta 41, 80 Bruce, Richard 41, 73, 76, 77 Bruss, Lloyd 18, 52 Bryan, Wayne 41, 53 Buchanan, Mary 18, 47, 49, 50, 62, 67, 69 Buchanan, William 18, 63, 67 Bull, Audrey 18, 50, 57, 63, 64, 67, 68, 93 Bull, Nancy 38, 63, 67, 81 Bunker, Eugene 10, 54 Bunker, Margaret 18, 50, 54, 64, 68, 81 Bunn, Bernard 35 Burgdorff, Dorothy 9 Burns, Thomas 18, 46, 90 Buser, Gilbert 38 Buser, Ronald 18 Buss, Carol 35, 56, 66 Button, Lee 38, 67, 90 Buxton, Barbara 41 Bylow, Peter 38, 72, 75, 77 C Campbell, Myrna 18 Capelle, Evelyn 41 Caple, Judith 41, 56, 63, 65, 80 Carlson, Marvin 38, 72, 75 Carroll, Pat 34, 38, 48, 49, 50, 51, 63, 80 Case, Bonnie 35, 58, 64 Casperson, Carol 35, 81 Chappell, lynn 38, 48, 50, 61, 81, 90 Chase, James 41 Cheerleaders 84 Choir, Boys 59 Choir, Girls 58 Chair, Mixed 59 Christensen, Kay C. 35 Christian, Robert 38 Christiansen, Donald 78 Christiansen, Kay L. 35, 62, 64, 81 Christoph, George 3, 9, 52, 57 Chudacott, Susan 18, 48, 50, 61, 62, 65, 81, 98, 100, 112 Cihlar, Joyce 19 Clark, Bruce 41, 67 Clark, Robert 35 Classes 14 Clough, Hershel 19 Clow, Carol 35, 65 Coenen, James 19, 27, 46, 54, .62, 63, 64 Cole, l.e Roy 35, 59 Collier, Nancy 35, 62 Collins, Janice 35, 60, 61, 80 Conine, Diane 35, 64 Conservation 64 Courgrney, David 19, 25, 46, 62, 65, 67, 72, 77, Courtney, Gwen 35, 57, 63, 81 Coy, Erin 38, 63, 68, B0 1 Coyle, James 77 Craddock, Sharon 38, 58 Craig, Charles 41, 67 Crawford, Barbara 41, B0 Crawford, Colleen 35, 50, 63, 81 Cub 49 Cumings, Barbara 19, 31, 55, 61, 63, 66 Cumings, Gary 73 Cumings, Karen 38, 56, 63, 80 Cumming, Edith 3, 9 D Dahl, Bernard 19, 53, 60 Daigle, Veronica 41, 58 D.A.R. Award 101 Davis, Dennis 35, 46, 60, 61, 72, 78, 84, 95 Davis, William 38 Dawson, Gail 38, 47, 61, 63, 66, 81, 90 De Baere, Douglas 38, 83 Debate 51 De Braal, Donald 35 Dee, Mina 37, 41, 46, 48, 63, 80 DeKeyser, Evelyn 19 DeKeyser, William 19 Delapp, Judith 19, 38, 50, 51, 63 DenDooven, Edward 38, 40, 72, 75, 77 Dennis, Philip 73 Dennis, Wayne 41, 73 Deutsch, Cathy 41, 54, 84 Deutsch, Peter 19, 57, 63, 79, 90, 96 DeWitt, David 38 Didrickson, Arnold 38 Diedrich, William 35, 68, 72, 77, 84 Dietz, Margaret 35, 52, 64 Dins, Ronald 41, 52 Dixon, Donald 35, 38 Dixon, Douglas 7, 19, 26, 48, 49, 93 Dixon, John 38, 65, 66, 72, 77 Diupstrom, LeRoy 19, 57, 67 Dolechek, Marlene 41 Dombrowski, Carol 38, 56, 67 Dordel, David 35 Dorn, Evonne 41 Draves, Jack 38 Drew, Elizabeth 35, 49, 50, 68, 81, 92, 98 Drews, Thomas 41 D.S.A. Award 101 Du Bois, Richard 35, 57, 62 Dunwiddie, William 8, 51, 62, 91 E Ehlers, Judith 20, 64, 94 Eiss, Robert 77 Elliot, Mary 20, 68, 80 Ellis, Gary 41, 76 Ellis, Howard 20, 83 Ellis, Robert 41 Ellis, William 41, 53, 60, 67, 95 Elmer, Linda 38, 56 Elwood, Alice 35, 52, 58 Engblom, Shirley 38, 56, 58 Erdman, Jerry 41, 67, 92 Evans, Jean 41 Evans, Judith 35 Evans, Ronald 35 F Faculty 7 Fahrenkrug, Thomas 35, 60, 77 Folck, Marcia 20, 50, 57, 63 Falch, Nancy 35, 58 Falske, Reuben 65 Faro, Mary Jane 35, 55, 56, 58 Francart, Judith 20, 58, 68 Frank, Barbara 41, 58 Frank, Ralph 41 Frank, Robert 35, 53 Frederick, Janice 41, 58, 63, 64, 80, B4 Frederick, Judith 35, 51, 57, 62, 64, 81 Freshmen 41 Freund, Terry 38, 65, 72 Freund, Rochelle 41 Friedlein, Gaylord 38, 46 Froze, Elnore 41, 56 Future Teachers Association 55 Fuss, Ronald 41, 73 G Gall, Gary 35 Gallmeier, Carol 41 Garlock, Joel 35, 48, 49, 50, 51, 67, 68, 93 Gauger, Walter 20, 72, 84 Geiger, Richard 41 Genett, Bud 41 Genett, Shirley 20, 62 Gerhardt, Armin 3, 10, 65 Gerhardt, Daniel 38, 65 Gerold, Rollin 20 Gerritts, Jacqueline 41, 58 Gerritts, Raymond 20, 49, 65 Gibson, Burt 21, 65 Gibson, Duane 21, 65 Gibson, Ronald 38, 60, 61 Gibson, Sharon 38, 58 Giebel, Rosalie 38, 58 Giebel, Harold 41 Gilbgzson, Howard 20, 21, 53, 57, 62, 63, 68, Girls' Athletic Association 80, 81 Girls' Senate 47 Farley, Catherine 35 Farley, Patricia 41 Farley, Thomas 38, 66 Faulks, Jo Ann 38, 52 Fellner, William 41, 76 Ferrier, Firkus, Fischer, Fisher, Flesch, Flesch, Folske, Catherine 7, 20, 58, 67 Helen 10, 18, 56 Hector 38, 72, 75, 77 Gerald 41 Howard 41, 52, 83 William 20, 57, 63 Reuben 41 Football, A 72 Football, B 72 Football, Freshman 73 Forrest, Thomas 41 Forensics 50 Giovannini, John 38, 40, 53, 68 Glodowske, Jerome 35 Glover, Nancy 34, 41, 58, 67, 80 Gohlke, William 38 Gooding, Richard 38, 64, 68 Gorgensen, Carol 35, 50, 55, 58, 67, 68, 95 Gorges, Nancy 21, 57, 61, 62 Graham, Alberta 21, 31, 50, 62, 64, 67, 69 Graham, Robert 35, 51, 66, 68 Graham, Thomas 38 Grambasch, Wesley 38 Graverson, Randy 38, 62, 66, 81 Gregory, Ronald 21 Grempel, Karla 35, 66 Gresenz, Timothy 41, 63, 64, 73 Griepentrog, Gerald 21, 57 Gries, Gene 38, 72, 75, 78 Grifliths, Margaret 3, 4, 7, 8 Grill, Janice 19, 49 Grimes, Judith 38, 48, 63, 68, 80, 96 Grissom, lawrence 35, 53, 67 Grissom, Robert 41, 52 Grisswold, William 35 Grundy, Babette 38 Grundy, Eugene 21, 49 Grunska, Robert 21, 62, 65, 72, 77, 84 Grunska, Susan 41, 63, 80 Gullickson, Janice 35, 50, 64, 67 Gunderson, Charles 41 Gundlach, John 9, 28, 66, 91 Gussert, Carl 38 H Haber, James 35, 72 Haber, Joanne 41, 51, 56 Haber, Judith 21, 57, 60, 61 Hall Monitors 57 Halle, Mary 41, 47 Halverson, Jon 41, 61, 73, 76 Halverson, Peder 35, 61, 95 Hummel, Darlene 21, 24, 62, 64, 80 Hammill, Joan 21, 52, 56, 58, 63, 65, 66 Hammill, John 35, 65, 94 Hammill, Susan 41, 52, 58, 63, 65, 66 Handeyside, Mary 35, 50, 66 Handler, Barbara 38, 63, 64, 67, 81, 90 Hansen , Mary 35, 55 Hansen, Neil 22, 48, 90, 112 Hansen, Caroline 41, 56, 62, 80 Hanson, Hardell Harder, Robert 41, 64 . , Bruce 38, 53 Nola 41, 64 Forsythe, Bernadine 41, 56 Fowler Nam: 35 51 68 1 Y 1 I Frakes, Beverly 19, 20, 48, 57, 62, 65, 67, 80, 112 Frakes, Susan 41, 52, 62, 64, 81, 92 Francart, Frank 38 Harper, Carol 35, 47, 62, 67, 68, 81 Hartfiel, Lila 38, 67, 81 Hartzheim, Ronald 41 Hartzheim, Theadora 22, 24, 58 Haufe, Janice 22 Haufe, Marilyn 38 Hauser, Mary 41, 81 109 INDEX Hedberg, Judy 38, 40, 48, 50, 60, 61, 63, 64, 81 Hedlund, Kathy 38, 48, 61, 67, 68, 80 Heider, Floyd 38 Heider, Howard 38 Heigl, Rita 22, 62, 64, 66, 81 Heinslzil, Mary 41, 58 Heinslzil, Robert 22 Heinz, Bonita 22 Heller, David 42, 76 Hensen, James 42, 73, 76, 77, 83 Hensen, Jerome 42, 72, 73, 76, 77 Herriott, William 38, 72, 88 Hielsberg, Frederic 38, 65 Hildebrand, Bernard 42 Hildebrand, Gordon 38 Hildebrand, Philip 35, 61, 65, 66, 68 Hilliker, leclzlyn 22, 52, 53, 57, 63, 64, 83 Hillilzer, Bennett 42 Hintz, Darlene 38, 58, 62, 64, 67 Hittenmiller, William 42 Hirschy, Harlan 42, 65, 73 Hobart, James 35, 53 Hoflman, David 35, 50, 67, 79, 83 Hoffman, Judith 37, 38, 62, 64, 67, 81 Holewinski, Katherine 39, 63, 64, 80 Holz, Roy 22, 57 Home Economics 56 Honors 97 Hoover, Arlene 39, 46, 62, 64, 81 Hoppe, Clit? 76, 77 Hop e, Olivier 42, 65, 73, 77 Hoptins, Jonathon 22, 48, 49, 50, 69, 92 Horn, Nancy 22, 49, 50, 54, 62, 64, 69, 81, 88, 92, 98, 103 Howe, Peggy 35, 46, 53, 61, 67, 68, 80 Hrubecluy, George 42, 48, 53, 76, 92 Hrubeclly, Fred 89 Hrubeslly, Peter 35 Hughes, Helen 3, 8 Huhn, Janice 35, 67, 80 Huhn, Sharon 42 Hunteman, William 42, 53 Huppler, John 35, 37, 51, 53, 65, 66, 98 Hutchins, Charles 77 Hyde, Patricia 42, 54, 63, 81 l lhde, Rufus 77 I Speak tor Democracy 99 Intramurals, Boys 82 I Jack, Daniel 39, 75, 83 Jaehnig, Manfred 35, 53, 67, 72 Jahns, Nancy 35, 47, 66 Jahns, Suzanne 22, 47, 57, 62, 66 Kempinger, Larry 39 Kemps, Paul 23 Kemps, Peter 39, 65 Kerrigan, Eileen 36, 55, 62, 64, 81 Kerrigan, Robert 77 Kessler, Jean 42, 62, 81 Kessler, Mary 36, 55, 62, 65, 67, 68, 81 Kettner, Clyde 36, 72, 77, 84 Kieliszewske, Joyce 36 Kimball, Leland 23, 53 Kimbrow, Ronald 39 Kirchgeorg, John 42, 67, 92 Kirchgeorg, Mary 36, 46, 50, 51, 55, 68 Kiser, Fanneybelle 3, 7, 68 Kitchin, James 39, 72, 77, 84 Kitchin, Jean 39, 50, 63, 65, 81 Klapps, Robert 42 Klassen, Lois 42, 58, 80 Klatt, Fred 42, 73 Klein, William 39, 75 Kleist, Anita 23, 58 Klinker, Pamela 39, 56, Klinker, Ted 36 Klitzlle, Carl 39, 40, 65 63, 67, 81 Knoedler, Judith 39, 62, 81 Koehn, Jud 40, 90 Kaehn, Mary 39, 58, 64, 80 Koeplle, Claudia 23, 56, 57, 58 Koepke, Crystal 39, 58 Kofler, Jean 23, 53, 57, 62, 64, 94 Kafler, John 36 Kopitslme, Katherine 39, 47, 63, 66, 80 Kosloske, Jack 36, 67, 79 Krablean, Barbara 23, 57, 64, 66, 81 Kramarczyk, Rose Marie 42, 65 Kramer, Kira 42, 58, 66 Kraus, Beverly 23 Krause, Carol 42, 56, 64 Krause, Karen 36, 56, 60, 61, 66 Krause, Krause, Kreiss, Lennard 9, 18, 53 Norman 24, 52 Anne 36, 48, 49, 50, 54, 81 Krenger, Rachel 58 Krenger, Renee 39, 50, 60, 65, 66 Krenlsel, Suzanne 39, 63, 64, 66, 80 Kresse, Karol 39, 48, 63, 64, 80 Kress, Thomas 24, 46, 65, 72, 82, 84 Kreuter, Judy 36, 55, 68, 81 Krieg, Judy 42, 62, 80 Kronberg, Romana 39 Krueger, Beverl 42, 62, 81 Krueger, Geraltl C. 39 Krueger, Gerald L. 39 Krueger, John 36, 63, 67, 74, 78 Krueger, Sharon 24, 57, 62, 67, 69, 81, 92 Krueger, William 42, 65, 73 Kruse, Katherine 42, 50, 60, 61, 62 Kuchenbecker, Donald 36, 65, 66 Kuchenbecker, Douglas 39, 65 Kuehl, Thomas 36, 64, 68, 72, 74, 77, 82, 83, Lauger, Michael 39 Laursen, Patricia 7, 24, 57, 62, 67, 69 Lauson, Gail 39, 58 Lauson, Mary 24 Leaman, David 79 Leaman, Elizabeth 24, 56, 57, 58, 64, 66, 96 Lehl, Janice 36, 50 Lehl, Patricia 39, 56, 58 Lehl, William 42 LeMaY, Mary 36 Lemke, Jack 42, 73, 76 Lemke, Lorraine 7, 25, 28, 67 Lenz, James 42 Lenz, Judy 7, 25, 53, 54 Library Club 54 lintner, Diana 39, 40, 48, 50, 64, 80, 91, 95 Loehning, Carla 25, 56, 57, 58 Loehning, Helen 42, 47, 50, 58, 80 Londowski, Carol 39, 63 Losse, Glen 39, 82 Loughrin, Ann 42, 62 Loughrin, Patricia 42, 80, 62 Lund, Jerome 25, 46, 57, 92 Lundy, Terry 73 Lyon, Sarah 23, 25, 48, 49, 57, 62, 67, 69, 81 M McConnell, Susan 39, 48, 50, 51, 63, 68, 81 McCormack, Richard 36, 61, 68, 72, 77, 84 McCrory, Patricia 42, 48, 60, 62, 81 McCunn, Janet 36, 56, 58, 66, 96 McKee, Thomas 25 McKellips, Nelrose 39, 60, 66 McKinnon, Michael 39 McLain, Sidney 42, 50, 53 McManus, Roy 42, 73 Mahoney, James 39 Mahoney, Colleen 42, 58 Mahoney, Kathleen 42, 60, 62 Maintenance 3 Mais, Lester 3, 8, 18, 60, 85, 95 Malchow, Gail 42, 50, 63 Malchow, Judy 25, 46, 47, 50, 62, 67 Malchow, Thomas 79 Malouf, Janice 39, 63, 81 Malouf, Jeanne 34, 39, 63 Manteufel, Raymond 42 Manteufel, Robert 25, 65 Marketti, James 42, 73, 77 Marmes, Betsy 42, 63, 65, 80 Marines, Monica 25, 30, 49, 57, 60 Marquardt, Grace 36 Marquardt, Roger 39 Martin, Lee 42, 53, 65, 77 Martiny, Donald 42, 65, 66 Martgay, Kim 34, 37, 39, 46, 61, 62, 65, 67, Martiny, Richard 25, 62, 72, 77, 84 Mathewson, Margaret 25, 57 James, Mary 42, 58, 62, 64, 66 James, Nancy 22, 50, 55, 57, 58, 62, 66 Jenkins, Sally 10, 80, 84 Jensen, Carol 35 Jensen, Daryl 23, 46, 63, 65, 72, 77, 84 Jensen, Donald 42, 62, 65, 73, 76 Jensen, Lee 49 Jensen, Lu Carl 23 Jensen, Waldemar 42, 65 Joos, Donald 42 Johnson, David 39, 53, 78 Johnson, Helmar 39 Johnson Johnson Johnson , Jeanine 39, 48, 60, 65, 67, 80, 90 P trici 35 61 I R:naIdo22,'29, 46, 42, aa, as, aa, 74, 83, 84 78, Johnson, Sharon 42, 66, 88 Johnson, Shirley 23, 31 84, 98 Kuehl, William 34, 42, 65, 73, 76, 83 Kuehnl, Nancy 36, 64 Kuester, Fred 42, 76 Kuether, Jo Ann 7, 24, 32, 55, 57, 58, 62, 68 Kuhr, Marilyn 42, 81 Kurtz, Paul 34, 36, 79, 84, 89 Kurtz, Susan 19, 24, 48, 57, 62, 66, 69, 80 Kutscher, Thomas 42 L Labre, James 39, 48, 53, 66, 77 Lailin, Jon 42, 73, 77 Lamb, Joan 36, 65 Lamb, Ralph 78 Landga, Susan 24, 46, 57, 62, 64, 66, 69, 80, Johnston, Mary 36, 58 Jones, James 42, 52, 64 Jones, Maureen 39, 58 Jorgensen, Judith 36, 64, 68, B1 Jorgensen, Ole 3, 10, 74 Juliot, Patricia 36 Julius, Jerry 36, 96 Julius, Sandra 36 Junior Class 35 Jury, Charles 42, 65, 94 Jury, Helen 42, 58, 63 K Kallenbach, Mary 42 Kasten, John 102 Kehl, Constance 36, 60, 62, 65, 66, 80 Kelly, Terrance 20, 23, 72, 74, 78, 84, 88, 103 Kelly, Thomas 39, 78, 88 Londaliran, Diane 24, 50, 57, 61, 62, 65, 69, Landskron, Sandra 22, 24 Landskron, Susan 39, 60 Landsverk, Jerome 42 Lange, Dorathy 36, 47, 50, 66, 67, 81 Lange, Robert 42, 65 Lange, Sally 39, 62, 64, 67 Larsen, Alferetta 42, 80 Larsen, Larson, Margaret 24, 47, 57, 62, 98 Barbara 36, 50, 57, 64, 66, 68 Larson, Judith 36, 81 Larson, Patricia 42, 81 Larson, Ronald 42, 61, 65 LaRue, Rodney 24, 79, 83 Laslry, Loretta 36, 50, 65 Latin Award 101 Latin Club 68 Lauer, John 42, 73 Mennes, Harold 3, 6, 85, 91, 96 Mentink, Charlotte 39, 50, 63, 66, 80 Mentink, David 25 Merrick, Shirley 7 Metz, Peggy 26, 31, 52, 62, 66, 80 Meyer, Edward 39, 72, 74, 79 Meyer, Harold 42, 59 Meyer, Joyce 42, 58, 63, 65 Meyer, William 39, 53, 67, 68, 72, 77 Miedke, Warren 20, 21, 26, 57, 60, 61, 62, 67, 92, 99, 101 Millar, Peter 73 Millar, Susan 39, 50, 51, 67, 81, 93 Millar, William 26, 67, 72, 77, 84 Miller, Bernice 42, 56 Miller, Donald E. 26, 28, 72, 78, 82, 84, 103 Miller, Donald F. 26, 63, 69 Miller, Donald P. 39 Miller, Donald T. 42, 73 Miller, Glen 42, 65 Miller, James 39, 72, 77, 78, 84 Miller, Lyle 36, 37, 64 Miller, Paul 42, 73 Miller, Ronald 78 Miller Waunita 36 56 Missling, Charlotte 42, 64. 81 Moder, Gerald 42, 73, 76, 82, 83 Mohawk, Mary 42 Malzow, Thomas 26, 49, 77, 84 Monard, Stuart 26, 46, 49, 77, 84 Moody, Maxine 36, 56 Moore, Mortensen, Gordon 24, 26, 67, 72, Marylin 39, 80 95, 96, 101 74, 9 Mortensen, Paul 36, 63, 68 Mucha, Robert 36, 59, 96 Mueller, Carol 39, 64, 81 110 INDEX Mueller, Dawn 36, 50, 58 Mueller, David 39 Mueller, Grace 39, 66, 81 Mueller, Jacqueline 26, 66, 81 Mueller, Janet 26, 32, 67, 81, 94, 95 Mueller, Joyce 37, 39, 58, 80, 95 Munsche, Marguerite 42, 66 Murphy, Sandro 42, 62, 58, 80 Mur hy, Thomas 102 Muth, Barbara 89, 102 Myers, Laura 39, 56 Myhre, les 39 Nadolny, Michall 42 National Honor Society 98 Pheifer, Marty 28 63 Phelps, Ronald 28 Pierce, James 77 Pierce, John 43, 65 Pierce, Patricia 19, 21, 28, 49, 62, 65, 81 Pingel, Carol 39, 52, 63 Pingel, Lois 28, 53, 64 Pingel, Wayne 28, 49, 57, 72, 77, 84 Pheifer, Marcia 57, 64, 81 Phelps, Ronald 43, 57 Plucker, Joan 43, 50, 60, 63, 80 Pluclrer, Thomas 39, 61, 72 Poellinger, Al 3, 10, 49, 91 Poellinger, Paul 43, 65 Pohlman, Donald 36, 52, 65, 77, 83 Pomrening, Donna 28, 31, 57 Ponto, Robert 39 Sauer, Barbara 29 Sauer, Beverly 40, 56 Sauer, Joan 36, 58 Sauer, Richard 40 Sawtell, William 32, 62, 68 Schaefer, Glenace 36, 48, 49, 55, 65, 67, 68, 80, 94 Schaefer, Lamont 37, 40, 64, 92 Scharalie, Carol 36, 49, 50, 55, 63, 65, 66, 68, Schanke, Judith 43, 50, 63, 81 Schiebler, Ina 43, 66, 81 Schindler, Dale 40 Schleicher, Kathleen 43 Schloemer, Rose 19, 29, 48, 50, 51, 57, 62, 69, 96, 98, 100, 112 Schmidt, Kenneth 40 Nehring, Gene 42 Nehring, Karen 42 Nelson, Faye Ann 39, 56, 64, 66, 81 Nelson, John 26, 63, 67, 77, 84 Nelson, Toni 42, 54, 62, 64, 81 Nennig, Jake 26, 52 Neubauer, James 27, 29, 62, 72, 77, 84 Neubauer, Judith 42, 58, 80 Neubauer, Mary A. 40, 46, 65, 67, 80, 81 Neubauer Newton, John 39 Ney, Herb 42, 73 Nichols, Ronald 42 Nichols, William 36 Nielsen, David 39 Niels n K 27 57 58 63, 64 0 , ay 1 1 , Nobbe, Carol 42, 66, 80 Nobbe, Jeanne 42, 58, 67 Norman, Ann 27, 49, 62, 64, 69, 81 O O'Brien, Patrick 42 O'8rien, Thomas 42 O'Brien, William 39, 72, 75, 78 Oehlke, Roger 43, 65 O'Leary, Ellen 39, 48, 50, 63, 81, 84, 88 Olson, Barbara 43 Olson, Donald 43, 53 Olson, Ellen 36, 56 Olson, Erik 43, 53, 61 Olson, James 39 Olson, Judith 36 Olson, Sandra 39, 62, 80, 81, 94 Otto, Virgil 43 P , Mary 39, 42, 54, 58, 62, 64, 80 Porath, Carol Jean 36, 48, 56 Porter, Patricia 34, 36, 49, 50, 62, 68, 80, 89, 92, 93, 98, 99 Porter, Thomas 10, 72, 76 Porto, Edith 39 Potratz, Mary 28, 64 Poulton, Kenneth 3, 8 f Pownell, Claude 39, 72, 90 Pownell, Cloyd 39 Prindle, Robert 28, 52 Projection Club 53 Przybyslri, Anton 39 Przybyski, Lawrence 36, 83 Psychometry Club 52 Q Quade, James 43, 64, 67, 73, 76 Quade, Henry 39, 65, 66, 72, 77 R Raab, Judith 43, 62, 80 Radtlce, Richard 36, 77 Raine, l.ela 7 Ramich, Dale 43, 73 Ramich, Gary 39 Randasgl, Patricia 36, 48, 50, 53, 62, 64, 68, Rasmussen, James 28, 49 Rasmussen, Paul 25, 28, 48, 53, 57, 79, 82 Rather, Judith 36, 62, 67, 80, 84 Ratzburg, Elaine 28, 64, 80 Rausch, Theanne 36, 46, 47, 68 Reichel, Ronald 43, 53, 61 Reierson, David 39, 53, 61, 66, 79 Reilly, Jon 43, 67 Reinhardt, Kenneth 39 Schmidt, Thomas H. 40, 72, 77, 78 Schmidt, Thomas W. 40, 53, 66 Schmitzer, Alex 40 Schneider, Mary 43, 68 Schnieder, Lee 40 Schramm, Judith 36, 58 Schramm, Richard 29 Schreiber, Russell 36, 53 Schroeder, Janet 43, 47, 80 Schroeder, Terry 29, 52, 65 Schuknecht, Warren 8, 56 Schultz, Betty 36, 81 Schultz, Gene 29, 66, 68, 72, 77, 84, 96 Schultz, Gerald 36, 46, 50 Schultz, Patricia A. 36, 52, 64 Schultz, Richard 29, 66, 72, 78, 82, 84 Schultz, Ruth 43, 58, 80 Schultz, Stephen 40, 61, 66, 72, 75, 77 sebum, William 40, 59, 96 Schulz, Egon 36, 77 Schulz, Helga 40, 56, 58, 80 Schulz, Mary 30, 63, 64, 96 Schulz, Patricia L. 36, 52 Schwandt, Lee 37 Schwerin, Sharon 43, 58, 65 Schweitzer, Warren 36, 62, 96 Science Hobbies 53 Sedo, Dennis 36, 64 Segqelink, Fred 40, 72, 74, 77 Seggelink, Lee 40, 77 Sell, Judith A. 40, 58 san, Judith E. 37, 40, oi, aa, in Selle, Charles 36 Selle, Judith 58 Senior Class 16 Severson, Sue 19, 30, 48, 50, 68, 92, 93, 100 Pali, Barbara 101 Reinhardt, Susan 43, 63 Remel, Barry 43, 65, 73, 76 Page, Carol 27, 56, 58, 64, 96 Page, Judith 27, 48, 49, 57, 62, 67, 80, 88, 98 Pagel, Kenneth 36 Palmbach, Ruth 43, 62, 64 Palmer, Harland 27 Pansglg, lggnald 39, 46, 60, 61, 65, 66, 72, 77, Pansch, Robert 77 Pansy, Tarry 43, 58, 64, 68, 80 Peterson Pantgoan, Virginia 27, 48, 57, 62, 67, 69, 81, Parlz3oGeraldine 36, 48, 61, 63, 65, 67, Pasternock, JoAnn 27, 56 Patterson, Susan 36, 50, 55, 60, 61, 66, Paul, Judith 34, 43, 47, 54, 63, 81 Paul, Audrey 27, 57, 62, 67, 81, 84, 92, 94 Paul, William 36 Paulson, Diana 39, 47 Paulson, Pawlacy Mary Ann 27, 56, 58 lr, Thomas 43 Pawlowski, James 77 Pawlowski, Thomas 39 Payne, Shirle 36, 80 Peck, David 36, 65 Peotter, Jerry 39, 64 Pep Club 62, 63 Perkette, Shirley 27, 52 Perry, B arbara 43 Perry, John 36, 53, 66, 74, 77 Perry, Lesley 43 Petersen, Arnold 43 Petersen, Gordon 37, 39, 48, 77, 90, 92 48 Petersen, Sandra 21, 27, , 54, 61, 62, 67, 69, 81, 90, 98 Peterson, Donna 39, 56, 58, 63, 65, 66, 80, Peterson , Helene 37, 69 94 Peterson, Kenneth 9, , Margie 36, 81 Remmel, Richard 36 Reuss, John 43 Reuss, Thomas 36, 52, 89 Rewey, Lyle 43 Richardson, Beverly 29, 50, 56, 57, 63, 81, 96 Ritter, Henry 29 Rocket 48, 93, 112 Rocket Echoes 69 Roberts, James 77 Roberts, Stephanie 39, 68, 80, 92 Rogers, William 43, 53 Roou, Sandra 39, 58, 67, 80, 95, 96 Roper, Ruth 8, 58, 59 Rosenow, Robert 29, 53, 83 Ross, Jean 36, 48, 49, 50, 55, 61, 66, 80, 92, 93, 98 Rotary 99 Rotary Essay 99 Rottbergs, Perry 43 Rouse, Sandra 24, 29, 52 Roussin, Maxine 43, 58, 80 Rudolf, Wayne 43, 53 Rusch, David 73 Rusclg6Nan 40, 47, 48, 50, 60, 61, 63, 64, 80, Ruscher, Patricia 43 Ruthven, Mary 29, 62, 65, 80 Rutlcus, Diane 36, 47, 65, 68, 80 Rutter, Lyle 36, 59, 83 Rutter, Tony 43 Ryan, Margaret 37, 43, 65 Rymer, Larry 43, 61, 66, 73 S Safety Club 52 Salm, James 29, 65 Salm, Jean 37, 43, 95 Salm, Michael 40 Sonderfoot Judith Shaddock, Hallie 30, 67 Shepard, Charles 7, 46, 73, 75 Sheperd, George 36 Sheperd, Marie 36 Shinners, Sandra 30, 57 Shreve, John 36, 68, 77 Sievert, Beatrice 40, 56, 63, 64, 66 Simerson, Kent 40, 72, 75 Simerson, Thomas 30, 72, 74, 84 Simons, Russell 40, 72, 77 Skibba, Maureen 30, 56, 57 56, Pfatf, Paul 28, 53, 77 , 40, 56, 58 Sanders, Frances 40, 56, 64, 66, 80, 96 Skibba, Maurice 30, 57 Smarzinski, Gary 40, 59, 67, 96 Smith, Julianne 43 Smith, Thomas 73 Snell, Gary 43, 65 Snyder, Richard 30, 50, 57, 63, 69, 91, 92, 98, 103 Snyder, Thomas 36 Sommer, David 43, 73, 76 Sophomore Class 38 Sopkovich, Kathy 43, 64, 66 Sorensen, James 36, 59, 96 Sorenson, Nancy 40, 56, 58, 64 Sorensen, Richard 30, 82, 83 Spanish Club 68 Spidgleberg, Kay 43, 65 Spieueberg, Sheridoh 36, 55, 57, 63, 65, 67, Spielbauer, Marilynn 30, 56, 58 Spoo, Harry 8, 21, 52, 55 Squires, David 40 StalTeld, Karen 43, 58 Staffeld, Marlene 37 Stecker, Sharon 37, 48, 63, 81 Steclrling, Ralph 43, 53 Stetfgrgsen, Roberta 30, 32, 55, 57, 62, 65, 66, Stelow, Gary 43, 52, 53, B3 Stief, Robert 77, 84 Stielow, Gilbert 37, 65 Stielow, Richard 43 Stilp, Jon 34, 40, 65, 66, 77, 90 111 W INDEX Stilp, lyoll 30, 50, 62, 65, 67, 72, 77, 84, 98, 99, 103 Stilp, Stephen 43, 46, 64, 72, 73 Stinski, Florence 40, 56 Stinslzi, Margaret 37, 56 Stoegbauer, Barbara 37 Stoekli, Naomi 43, 66 Storch, Gary 43, 83 Strouser, Robert 31, 53 Strutz, William 40, 65 Student Council 46 Student Council Awards 102 Sugden, Robert 43 Sund, William 78 Swensen, Christine 40, 80, 96 Swentner, Carol 31, 52, 62, 67 Swentner, James 31, 63, 77, 83 Swichtenberg, Marvin 27, 31, 63, 82 Syring, Ralph 40, 72, 75, 77, 84 Syring, Thomas 43 Sylvonder, Bert 37, 72, 77, 84 'I' TatT, Terry 43, 53, 59, 67, 90, 96 Tennis 79 Tesch, Judy 31, 40, 66, 81 Tesch, lloyd 52, 65 Tessendorf, James 43, 73, 76 Tews, Nadie 40, 56, 58, 80 Thermansen, Judy 37, 80 Thespians 50 Thom, Robert 8, 48, 112 Thomas, Linda 43, 64, 66 Thomas, Susan 37, 47, 55, 68, 81 Thompson, Jerry 7, 72, 77, B4 Thompson, Karl 31, 77 Thompson, Kay 37, 48, 50, 55, 67, 80, 90 Thompson, Kenneth 37 Thompson, Robert 37, 52, 62, 65, 66, 78 Thomsen, David 40, 72, 75, 78, 83, 84 Thomsen, Paul 31, 53, 57, 63, 65, 66, 74, 77, 84, 101, 103 Thorne, Joy 40' Thorpe, Howard 40, 60, 77 Thorson, Judith 37, 55, 65, 66, 81, 88 Tipler, Marie 40, 67 Tollefson, Robert 43, 73, 76, 77 Toilette, Henry 40, 61, 65, 75, 77 Tollette, Thomas 31, 48, 50, 57, 61, 62, 67, 69 Traos, Gail 31, 49, 50, 62, 64, 69, 81 Traas, Susan 43, 60, 64, 66, 80 Track 77 Track, Judy --, 62 Tuchscherer, Gene 37 Tuchscherer, Peter 37, 66 Tuttrup, Terry 31, 49, 50, 63, 69, 77, 89, 92, 98 Tyriver, Donald 37, 52, 60, 61, 65, 68, 95 U Ulrich, Jerome 43, 52, 53, 64 U. of Wis. Award 103 Ushers Club 56 V Valente, Paul 43, 66, 76, 92 Van Airsdale, Sharon 37, 80 Van Alstine, Judy 40, 62, 81 Vander Heiden, Wayne 40 Van Marter, Wayne 43 Van Oudenhoven, Marvin 40, 72 Veeser, Patricia 40, 56, 58 Verstegen, Marilyn 43, 63, 80 Vogt, Elizabeth 10 Vogt, James 43, 46, 52, 59, 65, 95, 96 Voigt, Thomas 31, 56 Voigtman, Edward 28, 31, 50, 53, 61, 62, 66, 91 Volkman, Karen 32, 64, 80 Vollrman, Thomas 43 Warzinik, John 40, 67 Webb, Marie 43, 58, 64 Webb, Marilyn 40, 56, 58, 64 Webb, Mark 40, 60, 61 Weclt, Richard 40 Wege, Robert 37, 66, 68, 79 Wehring, Gene 65 Weight, Barbara 19, 32, 47, 49, 58, 67, 98 Weigt, Fred 40 Weigt, Joann 43, 47, 50, 51, 58 Weigt, Thomas 40, 64, 77 Wenneche, Karen 32, 49, 63, 64, 69, 81 Werling, Richard 40, 72, 75, 77 Werling, Patricia 32, 57, 63, 69, 81, 84, 98, 99, 101 Werth, Margaret 37, 56 Werth, Walter 40 Westfohl, Carol 22, 32, 52, 57, 62, 67, 81 Westfahl, Duane 43 Westphol, Richard 37, 79 Wesenberg, Sandra 40, 58, 66 Westgor, John 43 Wetzel, Suzette 43 Weyenberg, Sandra 43, 58, 62 Wheotom, Charles 43, 73 Whitney, Donald 37, 66, 68 Whitpan, Diane 40, 58 Whitpan, Judith 37, 62 Wideman, Richard 40, 66 Wiecltert, Patricia 19, 32, 46, 84 Wieland, Donna 40 Wierschke, Yvonne 40, 64, 67 Wiesner, Wiesner, William, Williams 103 Paul 77 Thomas 37, 65, 72, 74, 78, 84, 88 Richard 32, 53 , David 20, 32, 57, 65, 72, 77, 84, Williams, Ivan 3, 8, 79, 84 Williams, Joan 43, 50, 55, 65 Williams, Thomas 40 Willing, William 32, 49, 74, 78 Wilms, Charles 40 Wilms, Samuel 37 Wilson, Robert 37, 40, 50, 53, 61, 66, 92 Wilson, Sondra 37, 62, 81 Wingen, John 37, 77 Wingrove, Terry 37 Winkler, Robert 40, 65 Wismer, Nancy 40, 47, 54, 63, 64, 80 Wohld, Donna 40 Wohld, Orien 37, 55, 68 Wohlers, Carolyn 32 Wolf, Ruth 37 Wolff, William 32, 90, 95 Wolfgram, Robert 32, 49 Wollerman, Darlene 37, 60, 61 Wollerman, Yvonne 102 Worm, Donald 37 Wruck, Lynnette 43, 58, 80 Y Young, Dorothy 7 Zabel, Jean 37, 47, 51, 62, Z Zabel, Jill 37, 67, 81 Zarnoth, James 33, 49, 77 Zehner, Kristi 43 Zehner, Sandra 33, 52, 67, 81 Zeinert, Paul 33, 57, 62, 64 Zienert, Willis 43 Zenisek, Edwin 3, 10, 29 Zenisek, John 43 Zeuthen, Thomas 37, 68, 79, 84 Zick, John 43 Zimmer, Dennis 40 Zimmerman, Roger 43, 53 Zitelman, Judie 37, 55, 65, 67, 68 Zitlow, Harland 79 Zwicky, Dennis 43 67, 68, 81 . 81, Zwickey, Gayle 40, 63, 64, 80, 94 84, 89 editors: BEVERLY FRAKES .. 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