Neenah High School - Rocket Yearbook (Neenah, WI)

 - Class of 1959

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Table oi Contents Introduction - - 1 - 5 Administration - 6 - 19 Classes - - 20 - 53 Honors - 54 - 61 Organizations 62 - 85 Student Life - 86 - 99 Sports - - - - 100 - 115 Advertising and Index - - 116 - 128 3 Thor Wonderful There us o certoln somethlng of NHS thot dnshngulshes our school Thus somefhmg IS qulfe lnfonglble buf you con see If In the foces of our students heor It In the busy achvlty of the classroom ond Immediately sense It on the school grounds For wont of o more cleflnlfe nome we coll this nndefin oble something Rocket Splrlf ond It IS to thus spurnt thot we dedscofe this book the 1959 ROCKET l . , ' . . . . . . H --H . . I I I , . Rocket SpIrIt ThIs spIrIt has played an Integral role In At games we felt frantIc excltement our lIves Its Influence extended through all when the Rockets won and melancholy phases of our school lIfe unIfyIng and add despaIr when they lost Ing meamng to our actIvItIes L. Rocket SpIrIt was found where groups gathered and where we In solltude sought a moments qUIel But most Important Rocket SpIrIt has made us Into better people For as Ralph Waldo Emerson soId The truest test of cIvIlIzatIon IS not the census nor the SIZ8 of CITISS nor the crops but the kInd of people the country turns out I U , ' . . . -sl' I V G , ' . ff 4 l . A Eg gm., 59: M . s' X--l ' A ,Sf , I 3 , .,.. Q A I I t - I c I' Il 2 Is...x:f s . , .,. I . . . I I , . . ' I - ' ll . . . . . I I I - Il . N ,Q T113 s mf , -,-X y M ao. ,gv - I lmx-N f www , 'ix , . in , ' ' 1 .Q Tjifiq J J:!ggQ,i,QisQ.5aK,. . . Q W my X '45 f as ..-QW FJ 5 i -. ,, , Qt. ' K - . ' ,Hx -'Q ,MY W. ws, AM.. amy... .M YK Wiffifix 5 f f n jj 5-A3 v ini ADMINISTRATIUN Our purpose is to cultivate in the largest number of future citizens an apprecia- tion both of the responsibilities and the benefits which come to them . . . JAMES BRYANT CONANT 1 in BOARD OF EDUCATION Mrs Marlon Tollette Mrs lone McConnell Mr Ross Wnlcox Mr Paul Groth Mr Ho old Mennes Mr Arthur Plummer Mr Frank Hockholzer Mr Bruce Spottord MR HAROLD B MENNES Superintendent of Neenoh Public Schools Responsuble for the eftlclently supervused Neenoh publlc school system Mr Mennes as kept busy wuth mony dutles Hrs respon snbulutnes Include selectmg teachmg person nel ond meeting with the school board ing both teachers and students of Neenoh Hugh rest on our principal Mr Borgen Admlmsterlng hugh school pollcles and direct 46? ing the Student Council are but o few of hus Lily l mony duties Hts door IS usually the lost V locked at the end ot the school day MR. GEORGE CHRISTOPH Pl1.B., Lawrence College Science, Dean of Boys, Hall Monitors, Safety Club MISS MARGARET GRIFFITHS B.A., Ripon College M.A., University ol Wisconsin Social Problems, Dean of Girls, Future Teachers, Girls' Senate MR. HARRY SPOO B.A., Principia College M.A., Stanlord University Civics, Director of Guidance 'YN THEY SHOW US A WORLD MR, DON BARTELT B S., New Mexico State College Civics, Freshman Basketball Coach, Asst, Football Coach, Sophomore Class Advisor MISS HELEN HUGHES B.S., University ol Minnesota Pl1.M., University ol Wisconsin Advanced Mathematics, World History, Forensics, Honor Society MISS SYNNEVA LIER B.A., St. Olaf History, Forensics MR. ROBERT THOM B.S., M.S., University ol Wisconsin Civics, Rocket Advisor new , CX. 'tx V' MR. WILLIAM DUNWIDDIE B.A., University of Wisconsin M.A., Ohio State University Social Problems, Debate, Forensics, Pep Club MR. KENNETH POULTON B.E., Northern Illinois Univers'ty Pl1.M., University of Wisconsin Geography, Special Classes MR. WARREN SCHUKNECHT B.A., North Central College American History, World History Varsity Service, Senior Class Advisor MR. IVAN WILLIAMS Ph.B., Pl1.M., University ol Wisconsin American History, Tennis Coach fs if MRS. MARIAN BALCK B.A., Lakeland College English, Forensics, German MISS HELENE PETERSON B.S., University ol Minnesofn English, Forensics, latin, Latin Club MISS FANNYBELLE KISER BA., Depauw M.A., Universify ol Wisconsin l.aIin, Spanish, Lolin Club, Spanish Club OF BOOKS AND PEOPLE, MISS MARJORIE PINK B.S., Universily ol Wisconsin English MISS ELIZABETH ANDREW B.S., Lo Crosse Siaie College English, Forensics, Rocket Echoes MR. KENNETH ANDERSON B.S., Lawrence College M S., Universify of Wisconsin English, Speech, Thespians, Forensics, Asst. Freshman Foofball Coach, Junior Class Advisor il N7 '11 MISS DOROTHY YOUNG B.A., Lawrence College English, Forensics MISS PATRICIA SEVERSON Winona Sfafe College English MR. RICHARD ALBERT B.5., M.S., UniversiIy ol Wisconsin English, Forensics, Freshman Class Advisor MISS LELA RAINE Ph.B,, M.S., University ol Wisconsin Algebra, Geometry MR. CHARLES SHEPARD B.A., Ripon College M.A., Colorado State College Advanced Mafhemalics, Geometry, B-Squad Basketball Coach, Freshman Foolball Coach MR. JOSEPH BRAUN B E., River Falls State College General Mathematics, Algebra, Baseball Coach, Asst. Foofball Coach FACTS AND PHILOSOPHERS, MR. RONALD CHAGNON B.S., M.S., University of Wisconsin Art MISS RUTH COTTER B.S., University ol Wisconsin Speech Correctionist MISS HELEN FIRKUS B S., Stevens Point State College Home Economics, Home Economics Club MR. CHARLES BUCK B.S., Wisconsin State College- Oshkosh Librarian, Library Club, Proiectionists, Audio-Visual Coordinator v X14 MR. MARLON W. BATTERMAN B.S., Oshkosh State College University of Wisconsin General Science, Biology, Varsity Football Coach, Assl. Track Coach MR. LENNARD KRAUSE BA., Northland College M.S., University of Wisconsin Chemistry, Physics, Science Proiecfs MR. WILLIAM HAIDLINGER B.S, Oshkosh State College Chemistry, Biology MR. JOHN GUNDLACH B.S., M.S. University ol Wisconsin Senior Biology, Biology Club, Biology '17 E1 wi' MISS EDITH CUMINGS B E., Whitewater Slate College M,A., Northwestern University Typing MR. KENNETH PETERSON B.E., Whitewater State College M.S., University ol Wisconsin Bookkeeping, Business Administration, Business Law MISS DOROTHY BURGDORFF B.E., Whitewater State College M.S., University ol Wisconsin Office Practice, Shorthand, Typing MISS JANICE GRILL B.E., Whitewater State College Business Training, Shorthand, Cub Advisor UNTIL WE LEAD OURSELVES MR. ALBERT H. SCHULZE B.E., River Falls State College M.E., University ol Colorado Senior High School Band MISS RUTH ROPER B.M., Lawrence College M.M., Northwestern University Choir rv- rs k 4, 4 2 N MISS PATRICIA MERTENS MR. HARLAND I. CARL B.S., La Crosse State College B.S., MA., University ol Wis. Physical Education, G,A.A., Phy, Ed. Instructor, Asst. Football Cheerleaders Coach, Head Track Coach MR. OLE JORGENSON B.E., La Crosse State College Director of Physical Education and Athletics, Basketball Coach, Asst. Track Coach MR. AL POELLINGER MR. EDWIN ZENISEK B.S., Stout institute B.E., Oshkosh Stale College Drafting, General Shop, Drafting, General Shop, Printing, Cub Advisor Machine Mechanics MR. ARMIN GERHARDT B,S., Stout Institute General Shop, Woodwork, Conservation Club OFFICE STAFF Seated are Miss Patzel, Miss Beisenstein, and Miss Hanson. Stand- ing are Miss Albert, Miss Bork, Miss Kresse and Mrs Krueger The rec ords and details for the efficient operation of the entire school sys tem are carried by this efficient office stat? SUPERVISOR OF SCHOOL PROPERTY The supervision of the entire maintenance staff as well as the purchase of all necessary school equipment is the responsibility of Mr Earl Brien CAFETERIA STAFF Mrs Chady and Mrs Fahren krug daily prepare and serve hot noon lunches to hungry students CUSTODIANS Mr Pringle Mr Urban Mr Erdman and Mr Prentice are always on the 'ob ready to serve the students in a most pleasant manner , . . ' I . 1 x . . . .T af I T. .gf . ASE' X i. L K 4 Nye K I - 1 ' 1 - I ' : -Q Because physucal fitness us essentual for mental alertness our gym classes play an nmportant part nn our school currnculum Exercuses games and competmve sports can be fun as us shown by these enthusnastuc Student teacher cooperatuon as a vital part of lufe at NHS Many bulletm boards an our classrooms are the products of students nngenuuty Carole Kehl Susan Hoover Betty Crane Make Sperka and Bull Bard assust their Englnsh teacher with thus dnsplay CCDME IN sophomore gurls APB Typing us an essentnal skull to the student Mastering nts techmques serves as a help an schoolwork and as a preparatnon fo a career ln the world of busnness The furnous clacklng of typewruters was heard dauly as students practxced drills nn thelr constant efforts to attam speed and accuracy . lt Q 5 if I ' l I A . ' I I , , A , 5 'A , +I' "' p . I A at , I I 2: lt X ' r Bunsen burners test tubes and slnde rules are all part of the fasclnatlng world of chem nstry Make Schultz uses hos lab equlpment to study physn cal phenomena TO OUR CLASSROOMS Group dlscussuons reveal many mteres :ng opnmons on current aFlaurs The thlnkmg of many students as challenged as they turn thelr attention to natlonal and International problems George Dlx and Barbara Meyer face an Amerlcan hlstory class wlth thenr solutlon to a vital problem A chance at breaking the plnata as one of the rewards for mastering Spamsh Month ly Spamsh Club actlvutles ald students galnlng an understandlng of the language and the customs of the people that speak nt Pat Hyde and Steve Den Dooven eagerly awant Steve Stulps attempt to cover the floor wlth gufts .un- i' x wp The power of the printed word is every- where recognized as the corner stone of our democracy. Boys interested in vocations requiring manual skills may take courses in machine shop, printing, woodwork, and drafting. Ralph Frank learns the techniques of printing in one of these courses. Many boys gain valuable on-the-job experience that will help in the future. Home Economics is a subiect with which every girl should be familiar. The unfamiliar world of pins and needles at first seems a mystery, but soon the girls learned to make clothes they were proud to own. Toni Nelson aids a dubious Cathy Deutsch in fitting a sleeve. Girls often supplement their ward- robes with their own creations. WHERE WE are -'w""' "Be careful how you do that, Jack," Marilyn Verste- gen seems to be saying to Jack Lemke. These seniorbiol- ogy students learn much from working with actual specimens like this frog. The better un- derstanding they obtain of animals, plants, and man helps them to more fully ap- preciate their environment. LEARN SKILLS Music is the universal language as expressed by the liquid tones of the clarinets Helen Tolversen and Joan Plucker are intent on a score during a practice session Musical appreciation enriches the lives of the student body When problems become too difficut students often turn to their teachers for further explanations. Michelle Schwerin seeks help from Miss Peterson about her Latin translation of Caesars Gallic wars. Keeping posted on the changing world Sara Martin and Sue Grupe keep the civics bulletin board up to date. Throughout our four years of high school current events are stressed in our curriculum. Periodicals give us a pros- pective of the new while news broadcasts present up-to- the-minute coverage. 17 Duplicating is an important part of omce work Judy Bramer Nola Harder and Patsy Ruscher proof read theur masters to make sure they wnll be run oft correctly In ottice practnce sensor gurls learn many skulls that wull help them an thelr careers as typasts stenographers and secretaries PREPARING FCDR THE FUTURE Art students added much to our school spurlt durung the football season with their umque bulletin boards Sharon Nelson Cathy Sylvander Sandee Weyenberg and Sharon Johnson put the flmshang touches on the neblsh which served as the symbol of our Homecoming festivities Study halls afford an opportun :ty for concentratnon and work on assrgnments Free peruods may be spent elther nn study halls or domg research nn the lubrary Intent on thenr respectnve sublects are Jam Anderson and Gaul DeWald In the era of the sputniks the scnence of mathematics has truly come Into nts own The need for ad vanced mathematics nn the flelds of nuclear frssnon space prolects well as an the meduum of busnness and engnneerlng becomes more pressrng every year Shown here workung a problem an salad geom etry are Bull Ellns Arnold Peterson and Roy McManus Introducing Among the new faces whuch have ap peared thus year on the faculty the most recent ns Mr Lyle Murley Mr Murley re placed Mass Ellzabeth Andrew as the sensor Englnsh teacher at the semester A recent graduate of Saint Olaf College rn North field Minnesota hrs college sprrnt has blended successfully unto the classroom at mosphere Here two of hrs students Jerry Erdman and Sue Brertenbach rnquure about an assignment nn English literature iw- Nl.. Wnth the begnnnung of the second semester of the school vear Dr Don old Scott was added to the faculty of the Neenah Public Schools Superm tendent Harold Mennes welcomes Dr Scott a graduate of the Umversuty of Wrsconsln to has new dutres as Nee nah s flrst Director of Currrculum 19 . I 4 - I A . . I . I as 9 Q K . . , 5 , g 1 1 I . . . ,, A ' l lk 1 1 . X ' I I xl . . . g ' Q I A Y r . 'kf'5"-Q-wr - iss. l . I ' ' lux I I . , . . nM mga if W... f"""lm... , M. X- w . M,,adMM"'x WM,-all' - ' " " , v.,,h,., Q X .-Q1 W an 1 vi ul i at vw M.. I 1 9 5' 1 4 1154..- 'J ,. 03 A as I A , s'- sf' QP 'Hg 4' f-93377 f xisif? "' u ,. - veggies ! ii . 'K 'J 'E TM' " QL . I . 0 x WF' ac. "U nv? A wi eq gf Iztll' F-'. W., ANG, 654 1 s 3, H1 vruir Q ,J1 A? , 2,45 S.. V' , je g . Q v . Q? - ' 1 fx. 'A-5,1 ,,,,,,,,,.,,, J in-ww--AQ "' K 5' ,, l .rg 'MW gin... s it ' www' whim' 41 4-Q I fi fi A 'www . ,wig .l'k A PM ,dnfwyaw-W luv, We Az 2 Q . fn X T5 f W ,f 4' A :V F A 3 s Q 8 , J ' if fha- ,pfb-M. 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LOUISA MAY ALCOTT Officers of the Senuor Class actuvutues Vice President Mark Alesch Presvdent Ron Nucluols Secretary Helen loehnung and Treasurer Jum Markettu frequently duscussed theur plans wuth their class advusor M Warren Schuknecht :.'.ieT7-S 'Ne Suddenly We Were Senuors Furst we were freshmen who dudnt know much about hugh school lufe We were amazed bv the self assured upperclassmen and changing classes and pep assem blues But soon we too began to partucupate un actuvutues and became accustomed to beung a part of cu large student body Then hugh school became fun Alfertug vuce presudent Nancy Glover secretary and Judy Paul treasurer Mr Schuknecht guuded us through the first months to contunue on as the class advusor all four years Durung the year we first presented a Fresh man Canteen to become acquaunted and later the fes tuve Carnuval of Color dance We recorded the famul uar sounds of ye olde unstututuon on At the Keyhole and uncreased our funds Sharon Johnson was our Home coming attendant and Jane Bowman was chosen by our class for the Venetuan celebratuon Really gettung unto the swung of thungs as sophomores we entered a hughly unduvudualustuc float Well Deal Em a Loss un the Homecomung parade and won' Joan Guudance counselung filled our last days as senuors Seen here conferrung wuth Mr Schmutz a member of the State Employment Service us Scott Andrews Senuors also at tended Career Nughts explaunung vacatuons luke enguneerung or meducune 22 Flucker represented us at the game that day Class officers durectung our actuvutues were Jum Quade presu dent Jerry Erdman vuce presudent Susan Babbutt sec retary and Joann Weugt treasurer Rocket spurut and our class became synonymous terms when we sold pen nants booster buttons and pom poms In February gauly ers Jubulee Susan Breutenbach attended the Venetuan parade that summer W got organuzed quickly un our uunuor year by electung John Kurchgeorg presudent Don Martuny vuce presudent Kathy Kruse, secretary and Maxune Roussun treasurer Our first prouect of the year was the construc tuon of a float Too Fractured to Fly Sandy Weyen berg accompanued ut to the Homecomung game The fourth annual uunuor varuety show Twentueth Century Showboat gave students a chance to dusplay theur tal ents After the entertaunment we relaxed at Creole Court to the strauns of the Blue Baronettes Then we really began to labor on the buggest dance Q, C l .N ,Q ' 'f . . . . . n rf", ' 1' ' r Q' 1. "M x ,Ly 'W 'lr . uf A A - I ,I 4 X 4 L.. Mi , l . . , ' - 1 , - 2 , - . ' I I I I ' . . . , , ' . l We started by electing Bill Kuehl, presidentp Gary posturing harlequins decorated the class dance, "Jest- . I . - . : I I , . ,,. . . , . . . . . e ,, . ,, . . . . . . - . . I . i . I . - ' - : 2 , ' 11 - ll ' - ' - . ,, . . . u ll 11 . 11 11 - , . , I - . . . ,, . l I . n If ' ' - 1 1 s . 1 I I ll I ' I . . . . . . ,, , , ,, . , . ,, . . - . ' . . fi ' u - Although luttle lulus cheery gran didnt capture honors In the Homecoming parade at captured the hearts of the spectators The aptness to our paper cvty was noted by the crowd of them all our prom Oruental Interlude Prom co chairmen Sue Frakes and Don Martlny selected Ron Harvey for the orchestra We put up decoratuons, they fell down, and soon nt was prom time Munchmg Chinese fortune cookles at the contmuatuon of the prom we all agreed ut had been a gala evening The sprung also saw our classmates receuve many honors Helen Loehnmg was selected to attend Badger Gurls State and Bull Kuehl Jum Quade and John Kurch georg went to Badger Boys State Julue Smith was the Venetian attendant Suddenly we were sensors Wuth three years behmd us and only one left, we conducted a final campaugn for class officers and elected Ron Nnchols, presndent Mark Alesch, vuce presldent Helen Loehmng, secretary and Jlm Markettu treasurer Our last bug effort to wan Homecoming honors featured Lnttle Lulu saying When l One Pops Up Well Give Em a Blow' Our beauties for the year were Sharon Schwerun Homecoming queen and Joann Weugt and Judy Caple Venehan queen and attendant Venetlan Nught was July 4 Guidance and vocational counselmg so filled our school tnrne that we almost dudnt realize how close graduation was We qunckly measured each other for caps and gowns whlle makung final preparations for the Sensor Smorgasbord The Sensor Banquet followed n June All too soon the Baccalaureate services were be hund us Then on June 3 Mr E H Klemnell addressed us after student speakers Joann Weugt and Jack Lemke expressed theur welcome and apprecuatlon We sat look mg back over our four full years at Neenah Hugh School untll our names were called and we walked up to re celve our diplomas and last handshakes After vlsntmg Wmnebogo State Hospital as a part of thelr social nroblems class semors became In terested In thus lnstututlon Steve Stllp and Jlm Quads were chosen to present a pg saw donated by the students ln this way we dnd our part to promote mental health ln the commumty 23 If ' .. , 1 I Q 1, S G 1 l l l l l H l 3 ltldll 'B 1 W 1' 1 . 2 ,s X it t . 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GARY ALFERTIG Alfonso Blology Club I Class Vlce Pes I Conservation Club I 2 Board Member 4 Football I Track I JUDITH ALSTEEN Judie Conservation Club I GAA I 2 Home Economics Club I 2 3 4 Pep Cub DUANE ANDERSEN Andy Conservatlon Club I 2 3 ennls I SCOTT ANDREWS Scotch Blology CIubI 2 Conserva tlon Club 4 Varslty Service 3 SUSAN BABBITT Sue B nd I 2 3 4 Biology Club I ec 3 ass Sec 2 GAA I 3 4 Senate Treas 2 Latln Club 3 Natlonal Honor Soclety 3 4 Pep Club 2 3 4 ROCKET Staff 2 3 Busrness Manager 4 Rotary Luncheon I BENNETT BARTLEIN Ben Conservat on Club Hall Monltor 3 4 JAMES BECK Tiger Basketball I Brology Clubl Con servatlon Club I 2 Debate I Football I 2 4 Club 4 PYOIOCIIONISIS I 2 Spanish Club 3 Student C uncll I 2 4 Tennls I GLEN BECKMAN Becky Conservation Clubl 2 3 4 RACHEL BERNDOERFLER Bnology Club 4 Cub Staff Advertising Manager 4 Debate I 3 Forensics 2 Glrl Senate 2 Latin Club 2 Peo Club I 2 4 ROCKET Staff 2 Rotary Luncheon 2 Slu Club 3 Spanrsh Club 3 Stu dent Council 2 Tllesplans 3 4 KAREN BISEL Biology C ub 2 3 4 Conservation Club I 2 GAA 2 3 4 Gvrls Choir I Hall Monitor Home Economics Club 4 Latln Club 3 Pep Club I 2 GLENDONE BOEGH Glen Conservation Club 2 Hall Monitor 4 Pep Club 2 3 24 1 1 1 11 11 1 . f F ' f - 1 1 1 1 f . 11 1 1 1 . . . 1 1 1 1 1 1 I 3- 153 11 11 1 451' ' , 2, 3, 4. 11 11 1 1 1 1 A 1 . - A " "1 0 1 1 1 1 ' 1 2,S . ,CI 1 1 . .. 121 , 1GirIs' - 1 ' 1 ' ' 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 N . 1 1.1 ' 1 ' ' 1 A - 1 1 1 5 - ' . , I. . 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A I 1 1 1 1 1 13141---I1111" ' 1 41 , ' 1 1 1 1 3, 4. 11 11 - 1 1 1 1 1 the class of 59 TODD BOEHM Buology Club 2 Conservutlon Club I 2 3 4 Football I Hall Mon:tor 'I 4 Sk: Club 4 Spamsl: Club 4 LA VERNE BORK Borlry Conservatlon Club I 2 3 Pro:ect:on:sts 2 3 4 JANE BOWMAN Band I B:ology Club 4 Cheerleader 2 3 Cupta:n 4 Ccnservatuon Club 2 3 GAA I Ha M n:tor 3 : rary Club I 4 Lat:n Club 3 Pen Club I 2 4 ROCKET Staff 3 Sk: Club 4 .IUDITH BRAMER Judy Conservatlon Club 2 GAA G:rls Cho:r I Home Economvcs Club 2 3 4 NANCY BREDENDICK Band I Blology Club I 2 4 Con servatlon Club 2 DebateI 2 3 Sec 4 Forenslcs 2 3 GAA I 2 Glrls Senate 4 Latm Club 2 Llbrary Club I 2 'I 4 Rotary Luncheon 3 Spamsh Club 4 Thesplans 2 3 Vlce Pres 4 SUSAN BREITENBACH Sue Bond I 2 B:ology Club I eerleaders 2 'I Conservahon Club I 2 3 A I 2 3 4 Hall Monltor 3 Latm Club 3 u I BARBARA BUXTON Bobb:e B nd I 2 3 4 Buology Cub 3 GAA I 2 3 Home Economlcs Club 2 4 JUDITH CAPLE Jud: Bloloqy Club 2 3 4 Conservatlon Club 3 4 Futur T I:ers4 GAA I Garls Chen I Hall Monntor 4 Home Economlcs Club 4 Latm Club 4 Pep Club I 2 3 4 TI1esp:ans JUDITH CHRISTOFFERSON Chris BIOIOQY Club 3 Con servahon Club 3 Cub Staff 2 L:brary Club 3 Pep Club 3 BRUCE CLARK Blology Club I PYOIECIIOIIISIS I 2 3 4 SCIENCE Prolects Club 2 4 Treas 3 WAYNE CODY Buff Hall Momtor 4 Entered from Green Bay W:s 2 CHARLES CRAIG Charhe B:ology Club I Hall Monltor '45 BARBARA BROCKMAN Barb Conservotmn Club GAA 3 Hall Monltor 3 4 RICHARD BRUCE Dgger Basketball I Football I 2 4 Hall Momtor 4 N Club 3 4 Pep Club 4 Track WAYNE BRYAN Gus Bandl 2 Pep ClubI 2 Sclence Progects Club I 2 4..f Hoff N-Q I ' 1 ' , , , : : -, 2 ' 1 ' " ' , , , 4: l l l ' f ' ' :rv : ' 2 I, ' X. , , ' : ' , : - . - , 2, - 3, 4, II 0 ' , L'b , 2, , Pres. 3, B ' : , , , : , 4: F - . . 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JANET DEKEYSER Jon Conservation Club 3 4 Pep Club 3 4 Entered from Chicago Ill 2 WAYNE DENNIS Bucky Basketball I Football I Hall Monitor 4 Traclr I CATHERINE DEUTSCH Cathy Cheerleaders I 2 3 Conservation Club I 2 Cub Staff I Forensics 2 G A A I 2 3 4 lohn Club 3 Lrbrory Club I Pep Club I 3 4 Racllet Echoes 4 ROCKET Staff 4 Slu Club 3 4 Spanish Club 4 MARLENE DOLECHEK Dauhl Home Economics Club ROBERT ELLIS Luclry Cub Stun 4 Rocllel Echoes 4 WILLIAM ELLIS BIN Band I 2 Boseboll Manager 2 Biology Club I ROCKET Stofl 2 3 Science Prolects Club I 4 Treas 2 Vlce Pres 3 Vorsety Service 3 4 JERRY ERDMAN Biology Club I Class Vice Pres 2 latin Club 3 Notlonol Honor Society 3 4 ROCKET Stoll Art Editor 3 4 Rotary Luncheon I Tennis 2 Thesprans I 2 3 4 Varsity Service 3 JEAN EVANS Home Economics Club 2 3 4 PATRICIA FARLEY Mary Conservation Club 3 4 Pep Club 3 HOWARD FLESCH Howie Biology Club 2 Conservation Club I 4 Hall Monitor 3 4 Safety Club 2 3 Track I displayed our talent REUBEN FOLSKE Ringo Conservation Club 'I 2 C b Stall 4 Rocket Echoes 4 THOMAS FOREST Tom BERNADINE FORSYTHE Berme GAA l 3 Home Economics Club l 2 3 4 Pep Club 2 JANETTE FOSTER .lan Baology Club 2 3 Forensncs 3 Future Teachers 2 3 4 Home Economics Club 4 Pep Club 3 Entered from New london Ws 2 SUSAN FRAKES Sue Conservation Club 2 3 Boa d Member l D A R Delegate 4 Future Teachers 4 G A A 2 3 Pres 4 Glrls Senae 3 latin Club Se library Clubl 2 Pep Club l 3 4 Treas 2 Rocket Echoes 4 ROCKET StatT 2 3 4 Rotary Essay 3 Rotary Luncheon 2 Student Council 2 Se 4 RALPH FRANK Red Conservation Club 3 Cross Country ub StalT 4 ootball T N ub 2 3 4 Roc Echoes 4 Student Councll 4 Track 2 3 RONALD FUSS Football l 2 Forensics 4 Track l Thes plans 4 Varsrty Servrce 4 CAROLE GALLMEIER Blondie nd l 2 3 4 Blolo Club 2 'l GAA 4 Glrls Senate Pres 4 Pep Band 4 Pep Club 2 3 4 ROCKET Stall 4 NANCY GLOVER Buology Club l 2 3 4 Class Sec I renslcs l 2 GAA l 4 Girls Choir l urs Senate 3 Latm Club 3 Natlonal Honor Society 3 4 Pep Club T 2 3 4 ROCKET Stall 2 3 Wrlhng Editor 4 Rotary Luncheon T Student Councul 3 Interum Com muttee 4 Thespuans 4 JON GRESENZ Tum Biology Club l Conservatlon Club 2 3 4 Football l Hall Momtor 4 Pep Club 1 Spanish Club 4 Track T 2 SUSAN GRUNSKA Susie Conservat on Club 2 3 4 G A A I 2 3 4 Girls Senate Treas 3 Library Club P ub l JOANNE HABER Red Band l 2 Conservatuon Club l 2 4 Debate T Gurls Senate 2 Hall Monitor 3 4 Latm Club 3 Pep Club 1 2 3 4 Rotary Luncheon 4 27 Y 'CHQ ,,,,-,r .lANlCE FREDERICK .lan Biology Club T 2 3 Cheer lea ers l 2 3 Conservation Club T 2 3 4 GAA 3 4 Girls Cholr l 4 Mixed Chour 2 Trea Club l 2 ROCHELLE FREUND Chell Conservation Club l GAA H M r b 3 4 Pro tlonlsts 4 ELNORE FROZE El Conservatuon Club 2 3 Hall Mom tor 4 Home Economics Club 2 3 Pep Club 2 3 4 Prolectlonlsts 4 HARY HEINZKILL S end Stag l 2 3 He Typlst 4 Future Teachers 2 3 4 Girls Cholr l 2 Latin Club 3 Rotary Luncheon 3 4 Conservation Club 'l Cross Country 4 Latin C ub N Club 2 JAMES HENSEN Hens Baseball 3 4 Basketball l 2 Football l 2 3 4 Lattn Club 2 N Club 2 3 4 Student Council 2 3 Pres 4 Ofhcers were chosen JON HALVERSON Chet Band l Basketballl Cross Country 4 Football l 2 3 N Club 4 Track l SUSAN HAMMILL Suky Baology Club l 3 4 Conser lon Club l 3 4 AA Sec 3 Hall Momtor 4 Home Economics Club l 2 3 Pep Club l 2 3 4 Rocket Echoes 4 Safety Club l 2 CAROLINE HANSON Carol GAA l 2 3 Home E nomlcs Clubl 2 3 Pep Clubl 2 3 4 ROBERT HANSON Bob Conservatuon Club l 2 3 4 NOLA HARDER Band l 2 'l 4 Biology Club 2 Con servatlon Club 1 2 3 4 Hall Momtor 3 4 Pep Club MARY HAUSER Koh Blolofly Club T 2 3 4 Conserva n Club l 2 3 4 Lahn Clu Llbrary Club 3 Pep Club l 2 3 4 JEROME HENSEN Charcoal a etball l 2 3 Football Manager l 2 3 4 Latln Club 3 N Club l 3 Pres 4 Student Council 4 Track l 2 3 4 BENNETT HILLIKER Ben Band l 2 Conservatlon Club 'I 2 3 4 Hall Monltor4 Pep Club 4 Tennlsl 2 3 4 HARLAN HIRSCHY Welton Biology Club 2 3 Conser vatlan Club l Football l 2 3 4 Hall Momtor 3 N 2 3 4 Pea Club 3 4 Track l 2 3 WILLIAM HITTENMILLER Ill Cub Staff Rocket Echoes 4 OLlVlER HOPPE Hop Basketball l Manager 3 4 Con servatnon Club l 2 3 Football l 2 3 4 Hall Momtor N Club 4 Pep Club 2 Tennis l 2 3 GEORGE HRUBECKY Herb Basketball l Conservation Club 2 Forensncs 2 3 4 Nattonal Honor Society 3 Vlce Pres 4 ROCKET Staff l 2 3 Co Editor 4 Rotary Luncheon 'I Science Prolects Club 1 2 3 4 Thespaans 3 Pres 28 o Q5 I 1 " "1 1 1 21 31 41 1 1 1 1 1 1 2, 3. 11 11 - 1 1 1 1 - g vat' 1 1 1 G. . . 2, 41 Girls' Choir 'l, 4, - 1 ' 1 ' 1 1 1 .1 , . . 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 'Q 1 11 11 A 1 1 1 1 99 1 1 F 1 1 1 - 11 11 - 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 M1 1 ' 1 - , 1 1 1 1 1 1 3, 4. 11, 11 -11 1 ' 1 , 1 1 1 1 - tio , , 3, 41 G.A.A. l, 2, , 7 ' b 45 .' ' 1 1 1 1 - I, "p ", Cub 1 1 1 ad 1 1 1 1 ' 1 1 I - W 0 DAVID HELLER "Dave", Baseball l, 2, 3, 4, Basketball 'l, 21 31 1 ' -1 1 ' l 35 , 3, 4. 11 11 , 1 1 1 1 1 3141 1111 1 11-11 Q fig . I , n n A 1' " "1 BSR 1 1 1 41 ' 1 1 1 1 1 121 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 - . 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Q " ' ' 2, 4: A , ' ' . , , , : 1 ll ,W , I .- I . I . , I I , ' A . . , 1 es 'il Club , 2, 35 , 5 ' 5 Club l, 2. " ", .A. . , , 5 'tor X Y, 2 . iw 51 f 4: ' , , , 1 0 , 1 'in I ' KATHERINE xnusz "Kathy", Bond 1, 2, 3, 4, Biology ' b : - : , , , : ' , f Pep , , 3, 4, Pep Club l, , , 5 d nt 3, 45 009 l, , , 5 ' 5 ' al l 1 , . , - ' ' . . : I , : ' I L, : '- l, 2, 3. . , . : ' . . 4: N Cl 5 , , 3, 4. H HI ' I ' . I 2' 3, 4, Li , , j P 4 2, 31 4- E Q. ated Orrenfal Interlude RONNIE LARSON Ron Band I 2 3 4 Conservation Club I 2 3 4 Pep Band 4 Rotary Luncheon 3 JOHN LAUER Cross Country 4 Football I Hall Monitor 3 Varsity Servlce 4 JOHN LEMKE .lack Basketball I Cub Stal? I Football I Latm Club 4 JAMES LENZ Slud HELEN LOEHNING Badger Glrls 3 Blology Club 4 Class Sec 4 Debate 2 3 4 Forenslcs I 2 3 Future Teach 2 Sec 3 Pres 4 GAA I Gurls Char I Senate I Latm Club 3 Mixed Choor 2 Sec 3 Pres 4 Natsonal Honor Society 3 Hnstonan 4 Pep Club 2 3 4 Rotary Essay 3 Rotary Luncheon I Student Councll 3 4 Thesplans 2 3 4 PATRICIA LOUGHRIN Pat Conservatlon Club 2 3 4 A I 2 3 4 Hall Monltor 4 Pep Clubl 2 3 SIDNEY McLAlN Sud Cub Staff I 3 Feature Editor 4 Forensucs I 2 3 4 Hall Momtor 3 4 Progectuonlsts 2 3 4 Safety Club 4 Student Councll 2 Thesplans ROY McMANUS Mac Football I Rotary Luncheon 3 COLLEEN MAHONEY Keeny Biology Club 3 Conserva tnon Clubl 2 4 Cub Stall 2 3 4 GAA 3 4 Girls Chour I Hall Monltor 4 Home Economncs Club 4 Muxed Choir 2 Pep Club 3 4 Prolectlonlsts 4 KATHLEEN MAHONEY Kathy B nd 1 2 3 Buology Club 2 GAA 3 Hall Momtor 4 Latm Club 4 Pe Club I 2 4 ROCKET Stall 2 GAIL MALCHOW Blology Club 3, Conservation Club 4, Forensics I, Future Teachers I, 2, 4, GAA 4, Gurls' Senate 4, Hall Momtor 4, Home Economlcs Club 4, Pep Club I, 2, 3, 4, Spanish Club 3 JAMES MARKETTI "Maret", Band I, Biology Club 2, Class Treas 4, Conservation Club I, 2, Football I, Pep Club 2, Student Council 2, Varsnty Service 3 31 Nil is 'Wd YW-Rc Qi, DAVID LOYND Slunny Cub Stall Business Manager 4 Debate Pomt Recorder 4 Forenslcs 3 4 Prolectlonlsts 4 Rotary Luncheon 4 Sclence Prolects Club 3 Vnce Pres 4 Thespuans 4 Entered from Kapuskaslng On tarlo 3 PATRICIA McCRORY Pat Bandl 2 3 4 GAA I 2 3 4 Girls Senate Vuce Pres 4 Pep Band 2 3 4 Pep ul 34ROCK fl 234Stue Council 4 MICHAEL MCKINNON Mtke Biology Club 2 Conserva tlon Club I Forensics 4 Hall Monitor 4 Latln Club 3 Pep Club I 2 3 4 Sclence Progects Club I 'U' CHARLOTTE MISSLING Char Conservohon Club I 2 GAA I 2 Hall Monfor 3 4 Pep Club GERALD MODER Moles Baseball I 2 3 4 Baskelball 2 3 4 Conservation Club 4 Football I 2 3 Co fam 4 N Club 2 3 4 Sk: Club 3 4 MARY MOHAWK Home Economncs Club 4 Fun with fellowship LEE MARTIN Biology Club 2 3 4 Conservahon Club I 2 4 Football I H II Monlfor 4 Science Prolecfs Club Tr 2 3 4 Varslfy Serv DON MARTINY Teeny Biology Club I 2 Class Vice Pres 3 Conservahon Club I 2 3 p Cu 2 3 Prolecllonlsls I 2 Slu Club 3 4 Spanish Club Treas enms I NANCY MAYNARD Nan Home Economics Club 3 Pep Club 3 Enlered from Sprnngfield Oregon 2 JOYCE MEYER Conservol on Club I 2 Fulure Teachers 3 G rs Choir I Home Economncs Club 2 3 4 ep Clu I BERNICE MILLER Niece Conservation Club 2 Home Economlcs Clubl 2 3 4 PAUL MILLER Conservahon Club 4 Football I Hall Momfar 4 MARGUERITE MUNSCHE Biology Club I 2 3 4 C b S1al'I 3 4 Loran Club 4 Pep Club 3 4 Rocket Echoes Edlfor 4 ROCKET Slofl 3 4 Span sh Club 2 SANDRA MURPHY Murph GAA I 2 3 Gul Chour I Pep CIubI 2 3 4 Rocket Echoes 4 MICHAEL NADOLNY Elmer Biology Club 4 Conservo hon Club 2 KAREN NEHRING Conservahon Club 4 Gurls Chour Hall Monnoa 4 Home Economlcs Club 2 TONI NELSON Conservaflon Club I, 2, 3, 4, Cub Slofl , , AA , 2, 3, 4, Library Clu I, 2, 3, Sec Tre 4, Pep Club I, Board Member 2, 4, Sec 3, ROCKET Sfofl 2, 3, 4 Sk: Club 3, Vlce Pres JUDITH NEUBAUER '.ludy", Conservahon Club 4 GAA I, 2, 4, Gurls' Choir I, Hall Monulor 4 Home Economucs club 2, Pep Club 1, 2, 3, 4. 32 at the Semor Party H BERT NEY Herb Fotball I 2 3 Sli Club ck I 2 RONALD NICHOLS Ron Class Pres 4 Latin Club 3 Varslty Service 3 CAROL NOBBE Caro Band I 2 3 4 Biology Club I 2 3 Sec 4 Conservation Club 4 Pep Club 3 .IEANNE NOBBE Teach Biology Clubl 2 3 4 GAA I Glrls Chourl 2 Pres 3 Latin Club 2 Pep Club 3 4 Rocllet Echoes 4 Rotary Luncheon 3 Student Coun cal 4 PATRICK OBRIEN Emmett Baseball 4 Conservatton Club 3 Hall Monltar 4 Pep Club 4 ROGER OEHLKE Rog Conservatlon Club I 2 Latin Club 2 VIRGIL OTTO Varg Conservatnon Club 3 4 Track 3 4 RUTH PALMBACH Peggy Blology Club 3 4 Conserva ton Club I 2 3 4 Forensics 3 4 Future Teachers 3 A I 2 3 4 Hall Mon tor 4 Pep Club I 2 3 TARRY PANSY Terr Conservotnan Club I 2 3 4 Cub Sta I GAA I 2 3 Glrls Choir I Hall Momtor 4 L In Club 3 Pep Club I 2 3 4 JUDITH PAUL Judy Blology Club 4 Class Treas I Conservation Clubl 2 GAA I 2 3 4 Girls Senate I Lnbrary Club I 2 latm Club Sec 3 Pep Club I 2 3 4 Rocket Echoes 4 ROCKET Staff 4 Rotary Luncheon 3 Slu Club 3 4 THOMAS PAWLACYK Ploch Buology Club 2 3 4 Con servatlon Club 2 3 4 Hall Momtor 3 4 Slu Club 3 Spanlsh Cl b 4 Tennis I 2 Track 3 Varsr Service 3 MARY ANN PEDERSEN Ped Bond 4 Conservation Club 4 Future Teachers 4 Home Economics Club 4 Pep Club 4 Entered from Waupaca, Ws 4 'uv fy in-...Q ,, N? ff' BARBARA OLSON Barb Biology Club 2 Cub Staff I 2 Feature Editor 3 Editor 4 GAA 3 Hall Monitor 4 Library Club 2 DONALD OLSON Ole Science Prolects Club I ERIK OLSON Ole B nd I 2 3 4 Forenslc 4 H ll Momtor 3 4 Pep Band 2 3 4 Sclence Prolects Club I 2 Varsity Service 3 o . ,M 11 11 - 1 Q X ER , o , , , I 4, . 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WILLIAM ROGERS 'Bill Hall Monitor 3- Proiectionists PERSIJS ROTSBERGS Perry Hall Monitor 3. MAXINE ROUSSIN Max , Class Treas. 3- Forensics p Future Teachers l 3 4, . .A. 'l 4- Girls Choir , Treas. 3, Girls Senate 2, Home Economics Club g Latin Club 3, Pep Club 'l, 3, 4, Rocket Echoes 4. WAYNE RUDOLF "Rudy", Biology Club 'l, 3, Forensics 1 Lain Club 2, N Club 2, 3, 4, Rotary Lunc e n 5 Science Proiects Club 'l, 4, Track 2, 3, 4. PATSY RUSCHER "Patti", Girls' Choir 2, Home Economics Club 3, 4. 34 forgotten in the spring ANTHONY RUTTER "Tony", Biology Club 25 Latin Club 3. MARGARET RYAN Margie B nd I 2 3 4 Biology Club 3 4 Conservation Club I 2 3 4 Future Teach 2 LARRY RYMER Dumbo nd I 2 3 Brology Club otball I 2 L N C u 4 Club 4 Student Councrl 3 Track I Varsnty Servrce 3 Pres 4 JEAN SALM Grrls Chou I Hall Momtor 4 Home Econ o rcs Club I 2 3 Vrce Pres 4 Pep Club 2 3 4 JUDITH SCHANKE Schunks Band I Biology Club I Conservotlon Club 2 3 Forenslcsl Future Teachers A 2 3 4 Hall Momtor 3 Latin Clu Club I 2 INA SCHIEBLER Brology Club 2 3 Conservatron Club I 2 3 4 GAA I 2 Hall Momtor 4 Home Economics Club 3 RUTH SCHULTZ Ruthre GAA I Girls Choir Momtor 4 Home Economrcs Club 2 Treas 3 Sec 4 Pep Club 3 4 SHARON SCHWERIN Sherrie Conservotron Club I 2 A 2 3 4 Grrls Chonr I Hall Mom Slu Club 4 RICHARD SMITH Smrtty Holl Momtor 4 Entered from Oshkosh Was I JULIANNE SMITH .lulre Bond I 2 3 4 Brology Cl b 2 3 Conservation Club 4 Cub StalT 4 Future Teachers 4 Pep Band 4 Pep Club 2 3 4 Rocket Echoes 4 ROCKET Staff 4 Student Council Sec 3 DAVE SOMMER Slum BosketboIlI 2 3 Footballl 2 3 Hull Momtor 3 Spomsh Club 4 Track I KAY SPIEGELBERG Brology Club 2 Conservatron Clu I 2 3 4 Hall Momtor 4 Pep Club 3 4 35 .45 KATHLEEN SCHLEICHER Kathy MARY JANE SCHNEIDER Hall Mon tor 4 Home Economics C ub c 3 Pres 4 Pep Club 3 JANET S ROEDER GAA I 2 3 Girls Senate I Ha Momtor 4 Home Economics Club 3 4 Pep Club sw 'QI' 'B' if fff-Q' SARA STINGER Sal Band 3 Cheerleaders 4 Pep Club 4 Entered from Schofield Ws 3 NAOMI STOEKU u ble: B logy Club l 2 3 Pep Club 3 4 Rotary luncheon 2 GARY STORCH Frltz vid Commencement now a reality KAREN STAFFELD Staffie Girls Choir l Home Econ omlcs Club 4 KAREN STEINKE Kay Girls Choir 3 4 Entered from Temno Wash 3 RALPH STECKUNG Steclr Hall Monitor 3 4 Protection l GARY STELOW Stee Baseball l Debate 'I Football l Hall Monitor 2 3 Prolectlomsts 'l 2 Safety Club l 2 3 Slu Club 4 Science Protects Club l Track l RICHARD STIELOW Dick Conservation Club 3 STEPHEN STILP Shlper Conservation Club l Board mber 2 3 Pres 4 Football l 2 3 4 N Club Pep Club 4 Board Member 'l 2 3 Ski Club 4 Stu dent Council l lnterlm Committee 2 3 Vice Pres 4 T ckl 2 JOHN STRANGE Porky Conservation Club 4' Football 45 N Club 4- Ski ub 4. Entered from Beaver Dam W's. 4. ROBERT SUGDEN Bob Conservation Club 45 Football l- Hall Monitor 4. THOMAS SYRING Baseball 2 3 4- Cub St fl 4' all Monitor 4' N Club 2 3 45 Rocket Echoes 4: Student Council 4. TERRY TAFE Biology Club l 2 3 Pres. 4- Boys Choir I 2- Debate l- Latin Club 3- Mixed Choir 4- Science ro- iects Club lg Track 3. JAMES TESSENDORF Tess , Baseball 3- Basketball l 2- Football l 25 latin Club 3- Student Council 2' Track l. LINDA THOMAS "Lyn", Band lg Biology Club l, , , 5 Conservation Club l, 2, 3, 45 Debate 47 Forensics 35 G.A.A. 'l, 25 Hall Monitor 45 Latin Club 35 Rotary Luncheon 25 Ski Club 3, 4. 36 and graduation a memory ROBERT TOLLEFSON Tollve Basketball l 2 3 4 Foot l 4 Hall Mo N C T BARBARA TRAAS Trotter Bond T 2 3 4 Btology Club rvatlon Club l 2 3 A Latin Club 3 Pep Club l 2 3 4 Slu Club 4 JEROME ULRICH Ollre Conservation Club l Safety Club l Sclence Protects Club l PAUL VALENTE Vrg Basketball T 2 3 Conservation Club l 2 3 4 Cross Country 4 Latnn Club Consul 3 N Club 3 4 Pep Club l 2 3 4 Rotary Luncheon 3 Science Prolects Club 3 Tennls T 2 3 4 WAYNE VAN MARTER Salety Club 4 MARILYN VERSTEGEN Ver Biology Club 4 Cheerlead 4 Girls Senate Vlce Pres 3 Library Club 2 Latln Club ep Club l S C THOMAS WEIGT Wergty B nd I 2 3 Hall Monuto 4 Pep Band 3 Science Prolects Club l 3 S 2 Student Councll 3 DUANE WESTFAHL Wes Hall Monitor 3 JOHN WESTGOR Little John Band l 2 Biology Club 2 Lotm Club 3 Rotary Luncheon 2 Varsity Service News Sec 3 SANDRA WEYENBERG Sandee Conservatlon Club l 2 A 2 3 4 Girls Choir l Ltbrary Clu ec Treas 3 Pep Club l 2 JOAN WILLIAMS Bnology Club 2 3 4 Conservatlon u I 3, 4 Forens l, Future Tea , , V ePres 2, Co Pres 3, GAA l, 2, Hall Monltor 4, Pep Club 3, 4, Slu Club 4 CARIDAD WIMER llCh0Yfl9l Gnrls' Chotr Treas 2, Home Economics Club 4, Pep Club 2 Progectlonlsts 4, Safety Club 4, Spanish Club 3 Student Councll 4 Entered lrom Chucago, lll 2 37 Nix. JAMES VOGT Iam Boys Choir l Conservation Club l Debate l Hall Monitor 4 Mixed Choir 2 3 4 Rotary Luncheon 4 Slu Club 4 Student Counctl T 2 MARIE WEBB Clumey Conservatlon Club 2 Glrls Chorr l 2 Hall Monltor 4 Home Economlcs Club 2 Pep Club 3 4 Student Councll 4 JOANN WEIGT .I Blology Club 4 Class Treos 2 Debate l 2 Pomt Recorder 3 Forensics l Future Teachers 2 3 Vlce Pres 4 Girls Cholrl Gtrls Senate 1 Latm Club 3 Nattonal Honor Socaety 3 4 Pep Clubl 2 3 4 ROCKET Stall 2 3 Lay Out Edltor 4 Student Councul 3 Thesprons 4 I'-nav an e ball , 2, 3, , nitor 4, lub 4, rack l, 2, :iffy .P 3, 4, , Z , KK, 1, 4, come ' , , , c-.A. . 1, 2, 3, 4, , l A -smflk 5 X L8 ers 2, 3, 4, Conservation Club l, 2, 3, G.A.A. l, 2, 3, U A 6 L' X 3, P , 2, 3, 4, ki lub 3, 4. 4 . 3. 3 5 X A Y. , - , + 'V' ll f H - H 1 - , r . , H - H - . . , . L s Hon' - : ' I . - ' : . ,I . I . I, " ' ", u , , 2 ' r : : ' ' , , ec. , V f " ,, ,, . - 4" A . . ' 5 l 3, 4, QA. .1, , , f ' ' ' f ' Sz, fl 4, S .- . , , , 3, 4. Cl b , 2, , ics 4 chers T 4 ic - . - . - . . . ' ' - I x fr -x x TV 'ik' lm the future looks bright LYNETTE WRUCK Lynn Bond l 2 3 Conservuhon u l 2 2 3 4 Girls Choir l Ho Economics Club 3 Pep Club l 2 Spcmsh Club 4 KRISTEN ZEHNER Kris Bond 'I 2 Biology Club 3 GAA 2 3 Home Economncs Club 4 Lohn Club 3 WILLIS ZEINERT Buck Conservation Club 4 Truck 2 MARCELETTE ZEMLOCK Marcy Hull Monllor 4 Pep Club 2 3 Entered from Shlocfon Was l JOHN ZENISEK Zen: Conservchon Club 2 3 Foolbull 4 N Club 4 Pep Club l 2 Prolecuonrsfs 1 Thespmns 4 Track 2 3 JOHN ZICK Johnny ROGER ZIMMERMAN Band 'I 2 Rolory Luncheon Sc ence Proleds Club l 2 3 4 Sponlsh Club 3 Vorslly Servlce 3 DENNIS ZWICKY Aslro Biology Club 4 Prolechomsls 2 3 4 Roclcel Echoes 4 Science Prolects Club 3 Sec Treos 4 SENIOR NOT PICT RED JUDY TRACK Mm ti -vwundlR .fb 'K' x 5 i N Hwy . .QF ,"'3 -N 'gf , ' .. x M-AX 4 5, ' , R b i xi ,, ... SQ? Q M 'xsx . . .!'1'ifw x W , ' - s A., 1' , .vxiviif , gl Vi. . 'A A, .Q .' , , ' U A 'f ' VM v .. 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" nw wmigwi ,M 5 ik .X X -51' N, I A S x x :Y ' K 3 Nb: s Mr Albert Schulze Director Pastor Evangelical United Brethren Church BACCALAUREATE MAY 31 1959 Processuonal March from Athalua Baccalaureate Sermon The Reverend James Craonen F Mendelssohn A,-ranged by Delamefer Assistant Pastor St Margaret Mary Church The Challenge of Our Times Neenah High School Band Luft Up Your Heads Arranged by C W Andersen Combined Choirs Mlss Ruth Roper Director lnvocellon The Reverend W'll'em C F He'Ye5 Accompanlsts Margone Erickson and James Vogt Benedlctuon The Reverend Wnllnam C F Hayes Onward Chrlstlan Soldiers Str Arthur S Sullivan Recesslonal Coronation March from The Prophe' Combined Choirs Miss Ruth Roper Drrector G Meye,-bee, Arranged by Lake Accompanrsts Margone Erickson and James Vogt Neenah Hrgh School Band COMMENCEMENT JUNE 3 1959 Processuonal Pomp and Curcumstance Commencement Address President E H Klelnpell Composed by Edward Elgar Wlsconsm State College Mr Albert Schulze Director Rrver Falls Wrsconsm Neenah High School Band Overture The Student Prince Invocahon The Reverend James Akm Composed by 5,gmU,,d Romberg Assistant Pastor Ftrst Presbyterian Church Neenah Hlgh School Bond Address of Welcome Mm Joann Welgl Presentatuon of the Class Mr H O Borgen Words of Appreclatuon Mr John Lemke Principal Neenah High School Musuc Its a Grand Nlght for Smgung Presentation of Dnplomas Mr Paul Groth Oscar Hammerstein lll and Richard Rogers President Board of Educatron Quartet of Semor Choir Members Class Song Class of T959 Introductuon ot Speaker Mr H B Mennes Supenntendent Neenah Public Schools Benedlctlon The Reverend James Akm President Vice Presrclent Secretary Treasurer Advisor CLASS OFFICERS Ronald Nrchols Mark Alesch Helen Loehmnq James Markettr Mr Warren Schuknecht SENIOR CLASS SONG Ou years at school a e end ng And the time has come to part Golden promise shunes before us Callung youthful hearts Many happy hours and mem rles We wll cher sh all ou days Pass before us as we view them now Now with musted eyes 40 to the tu e ol Halls ol l y Then a challenge tom the tut E e forward ou s shall be We lea e the past and whlsper A sad larewell to tnee Neenah Hugh we cant forget you Whethe near or far away Though years may come between u Memorles linger to stay S I ' ll ' ll . - 1 f ll ' ' I ' ll ' ll T I I 1 s s n ,, . . . ,, . . q n n u ' II ' ll .. 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Peter Millar Barbara Meyer Julre Wamsley Ned Read They Plan the Prom The Jumor Class was quuded through a hrghly cessful year by therr officers Pete Mullar president Read vuce presudent Julre Wamsley treasurer Barbara Meyer secretary Ambrtuon and ungenunty helped the Jumors wm place wrth their float Looks Lake Well Dunk Em nut They never slowed down and sold paper suc Ne an urs an pom poms One ot the blggest successes was the dance after the Neenah Menasha basketball game Therr varaety show WORLD BEAT was a huge suc cess The Jumors worked hard and qot many rewards Then all eyes and work turned toward the prom plans After Jlll Cochrane and Jrll Wmters were chosen co chaurmen thungs began to go Echoes of the Sea was the selected theme The Junlors chose as theur representative for home comrng Karen McNeal and as therr Venetnan attendant Barbara Allen Innumerable suggestuons lor the Sensor prom theme were drscussed and redlscussed by the plannung com mtttee consrstrng of Barbara Zeumer Jull Cochrane Gary Roou Jam Wunters Steve Kung Bonnie Wolter dung and Mary Relersan Finally they chose Echoes ot the Sea and went ahead wnth their plans lor the very special evenlng Such cooperative cchvrtles are typucal of our Jumor Class iii, -...Q 2 All , , -T are . -F . . - - - I I - . . , . 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YN , - Row I Rlchard Ellls James Ely Elynor Evans Joan Evans Kathryn Faulk Maruan Flatofl Mul ton Fuhs Row 2 Juduth Gauger Loss Germuga Mary Gerrlts Gordon Gull Karen Graversen Janet Gracyalny Gary Grles Row 3 Florence Grunske Wnllnam Grupe Carol Grygny Wllllam Gunderson Susan Halle Paul Halverson Eugene Hardell Row 4 Jrll Harker Robert Hass Peter Hassler Jane Hauser Ronald Heinz Patricia Hedberg Davld Hlelsberg Jumors Rowl Kenneth Hobart Robert Hochholzer Helen Holewlnslu Patrlcla Hopkins Nancy Houts Bryon Huebner Kay Huppler Row 2 Nancy Jack Patrlcla Jape James Jensen Andrew Jones Judy Julius Sally Karuhn Jean ette Kaun Row 3 Wllllam Kebberllen George Kessler Steven Kung Mlchael Kllnker Peter Koerwutz Carolyn Kohler Shurley Kopltzke Row 4 Gary Kostrzak Sandra Kramer Mary Ann Kraus PULYICIU Krautkramer Jlll Kreuter Carole Kruse Lynn Krushka muusn 9? N. .vo hi 1' lax Row 1 Terry Murphy Sharon Nelson Barbara Newton Davld Olsen Sandra Olson Patrlcla Ostrowslu Lyle Palmer Row 2 Leonard Petersen Ronald Peterson P trlcla Pnngle Dennis Putsch Sandra Pomrenung Jon Pontow Marcia Pyott Row 3 Lee Qulmby Cynthia Rawson Frank Ray Ned Read Carol Redlln Mary Relerson John Reuss Row 4 Robert Rlsse Douglas Robinson Janice Rogge Judith Rogness Gary Roou Shurley Rosenthal Diane Rosmslu eff QV' ,da n -1.1 2 I Ill Nr WS F' Row l Sondra La Belle Jeanette Langenberg Daniel Larsen Paulme Larsen Suzanne Larson La Verne Lashua Gary LeBlanc Row 2 John Lenz Marilyn Link Michael Lnntner Sharon Luebke Jeanette McLeod Karen McNeal Karen Madsen Row 3 Yvonne Manteufel Michael Mahoney Maruanne Martin Carol Maynard Barbara Meyer Bernard Meyer Peter Mlllar Row 4 Mitchell Muller Richard Muller Alan Malls Joan Mlskovlak Connie Mottl Wllhom Morse Dale Mrotek -ew-sq 'K X AAAI U -P w 7 X gt 45 V h X Ag - 'V L M.. J ' 1 Z I I K I L. .J-.9 ' ' I I . .Q Q' s ., Z , .. I l 43' 1, Q ,K Rik, J - 1' . J g als. A no , J : L., . l., I it- Q'L AQ! 3!.ll 6 -vu F.. J . . 'Q 'T ' ' V 'J C L. Fi. J l A A ,JK VK ' ' as -rf P ' I W H I of L X Qi::W'?lrf, , J' Q Y Q ' V of J fi fr X es to P B C :S Y Q Q, V 'Q ' .' W xt , SX 5 ' ' J Y xl .P A Kr 1 .Q . 1 . ' , ani C' Sl-.., A ' x 1 K . . I ' ' 5' f . - ' ' ' V J 2 . . I . . I X " A y g 5, 3 3 T . I . , ' A se L L ' ., y X C I r ,F l . ., , L ft P f, C . l A 5 J' e A YL f A ' ' ' X' H f ,L J . -- R we-,sf let 1 . : , I 0- ,iw y N? XM y 1: .4 ,M N gr . 3' x 7 K 4 S ' l ' I ' --4 . JJ .4 X is . ' -' sc k ,f ' K, 43 s I V rf Row l Gloria Yhompson Judllh Thorne Charles Thorson Donlel Tlschleder Helen Tolversen Clarence Trenllage Henry Vander Heyden Row 2 Denms Voss Julue Wamsley Russell Webb Rlfa Weber Pafrlcra Wllllams Richard Wulson Lloyd Wllz Row 3 Mariha Wumer Thomas Wunlxler James Wmfers Marsha Woeckner Ruth Wohld Sharon Wolslxe Bonme Wollerdlng Q I Row 4 lol: Zochow Carl Zeum Barbara Zeumer Judlih Zlmmer JUNIOR NOT PICTURED ,M Rlchard Kauferl 44 X. s fr' Jumors Row I Janice Ross David Rusch Sharon Russell John Salm Susan Samuelson Jerald Schaefer Loss Schloemer Row 2 John Schmerln Herbert Schmnck Charles Schuberf Donna Schulfz Karen Schwarlzlmopl Michelle Schwer n Fred Seelow Palmer Sell Bruce Senslba James Sher David Slubba Rober! Smxlh Thomas Row 3 man Smufh Janice Stark Row 4 Palrlck Sfoegbauer Judlfh Slevnlme Bruce Sforch Arlhur Strong Norman Talurczyls Roger Tellock Charlotte Thlessen Yetu fi ff FJ M 36 - .. ' .. ' .. .. 2 N -A vf 'J - i I 'X 4 I V 5. . ' V' , . ' ' ' ' A 5-3 , 4 . ' , ' , .ff . 4 x A r ' i A i . I . , N ,g . Q I ' Z. H I, . . ' Q , +I ' 1 ' HT' f, , . , - Cr . H J N , J . . . , ' ' - 1 , I X ' ', I' . . ,V .Lf ,J H . . .5 Q Im- A f ' 9 ., . 5 -., J - ,, ' an 1 rs- 'v I - 5 433 ' X 9 . qi I . V Y A-,iw I . Y 1 , 4 , . ,, 1 . ss' ," N .I M VA .K 5 . A fha A I N ffl ' 4. ' 'J 1 J 3 4 f ' ,, ' , , - '4 " 1 QW' - , ,ff fwfr . i - . V 1 , ,X 9 r ll fl, A zatxx , qi x .I 4. 4' J . 4 , 4 tlf 'ffm' -- l s -- -- -- , ,. , H 5 N . ,A , H . Zjfwb, J f ' ' ' . I Q ,MJ 1- gg A l . yy gs. , N Q , , . 1 N Fw- 'M J N ' z vm ' ,. ' - I .l 4 5.9-1 l...- XJ N el J Bur Bllngs L Ro ers We Set Standards The peppy sophomores mltlated thelr year by elect mg Larry Rogers as Presudent John Nebel as Vnce presndent Judy Burr as Secretary and Betty Bllhngs as Treasurer Homecommg came next and Sue Flelschman court The class float placed third with the slogan We Il Grab Another Vlctory On February 7 the tradntnonal dance before Lent was guven by sophomores The theme was Marda Gras and Tom Mules a local dlsc lockey spun records The Sophs sponsored several dances after basketball games recelved the honor of representung the class nn the Venetian Court Thus ended the sophomore year Hldebrand B Buchanan J Stllp Bukar Watch Us Grow Realtzlng that thus was the year ln which they had to prove themselves the Freshmen began by electmg Steve Hildebrand presndent Duck Bukar vrce pressdent .leru Stnlp treasurer and Barbara Buchanan secretary They worked hard on theur float Lets Keep Them Where They Belong To get some money an their treas ury they sold booster buttons at the Neenah Menasha freshmen basketball game Kathy Flenschman and Linda Fuss were the Homecommg and Venetuan attendants re spectuvely The class then staged the all school dance Sprung Sensataon 45 K L ll -was-. 5 S rf: T - Q N 4 2 D ff' , ' TS' f , ' Y N - eb , . r , i i , . g . . I . - . ,, . ,, I I ' 2 , : , , , - was elected to represent the class in the Homecoming These were the main money raising proiects. Mary Plier U . . 1 ,, , . . . . ,, . 5 -5.9 A X H 1 ... X f K 1 sa ' .S fl K Q 1 .L X F . , . I . u . I , 2 , . ' . - , ' II I Il ' ' II , . ll u a - Sophomores Row l Lee Akstulewlcz Patrrcla Allan Susan Allen John Ambroso James Andersen Lynn Andersen Marshall Anderson Row 2 Walter Angell Margaret Angermeyer James Armatoskn Joan Babbltt Sharon Babbltz 3 'V Q Bert Babcock Jamce Badtke Row3 Wllluam Bard Barbara Barnes Chuck Barnstable Bull Bayley Lora Beatty Sharon Beckstrom Linda Benout Row 4 Carl Berlnger Ronald Bernhagen Larry Beyer James Brebaw Betsy Bllllngs Mary Burr Robert Blaleslu "MIP Muni! V001 Row I Judith Blank Fritz Block Robert Blohm ,Al Karen Boehm Mary Jo Boehm Jack Bogrand Larry Boushley is Row 2 Spencer Breutrelter Ruta Buck Barbara 'F CQ Elame Burt K fx '-"-U1 Row 3 Gall Burt Steve Burton Bull Buss Betty Carlson David Chrlstranson John Chrlstranson Ronald Chrustlohn Row 4 Dennis Clark Sam Clark Stephen Clark as Beth Clough Wllllam Cogger Denms Coleman Duck Collins Alek. Rowl Betty Crane Sandy Crooks Kathleen h Cummrngs John Duchel Terry Dahl Marene Damrau John Danke Row 2 Barbara DeLong Bob Demerath David Dethardt Ann Dobberpuhl Drana Dodge Samuel Dordell Lmda Dorn Row 3 Jerry Drace Ann Eckrnch Rachael Ehlers Betty Ellis Roberta Erclmann Janet Everson Blll Fahrenkrug Q W Q Row 4 Gery Farrell Joe Fenerensen Paul Felton Sue Flelschman Ken Forsythe Julie Frank Janet Gallmeuer W t. 1 I1 I ,W , J. fel ,Z :il iam, 4 ' 2 -fr fx , , K h F' x f t . . . ' ,Qi ' ' - Q .V ,WM I 1 tl JA f 1 ,tx f If A yn. w lf 1 ' ' , , ,,..1 :'5' A 1 as Q4 rf! ., , 1: 4. V, ' , so , , . Q J ' All i f V ' ' A isjiii-E? , ' 'JI g ,A ' I 1 I I I l si , ' '. l ' , J X, 8 lb' -s - 7 Y. J J' Y C W . 1, ""' , f 1 , fl , ' ' I . . 4 ' A A, A A-Q. Y Q' y 1 : , 1 I 1 V , v 4, . f f 1 J f J Q la ' My , J 1-"" . L k A -r . I I . 1 I 1 KA: -Ll 'X' lg A , F 1 If Bukar, Karen Bunn, Daniel Burr, Judy Burr, ' ,Q J . xc - .I 5- -f 6 1 . . . I . I I 1 ,-Q . 4 Q Y , 1 M 1 - - . v , N 9 Q . A 4 I v f lv A , s I ' 1 r , !'l pf . . . I " 1 ' A JW ' A ' IT " t 2 1 Qt r V rx- , w Q ,. 1 if A 1 'B , f J .fir l , ll 4 1 .. lr ' ' Q- .,f .. .V 53, ' 1. ' . ,v f rt ' -.li 1 V ,A I f , ' F F hr L V' r -gf Q 1 , ' r Y 's , 3 . L . iv , . -ec 2 1 . h . , N g sz ,. Q A K B 5 I ' . r , . ,R l Q, A 0 J ,W Q ' lf' - dll M 1 is A x ., x 2 I . . I I s I , V , ff Q, Q , , ,X sqft - it .N .f 'v ' H Q ' "ru A B A A 5 -A ' J 46 . v , I "V K l Q Sophomores Row 1 Rlchard Gear Joan Gehrke Donald Geiger Ronald Geiger Duck Genet? Sharon Genett Dave Gerrlts Row 2 Rlchard Getschow Tom Gibson George Goetz Lynne Gollnow Nancue Gore Robert Graebner John Grovltls Row 3 Tom Grimes Susan Grupe Richard Gul hckson Suzanne Gulhckson Duane Hammel Lynn Hanaman Maurice Handler Row 4 Charles Hansen Jerry Hansen Davud Hanson Iva Mae Hartzhelm Larry Heath Jerry Helden Mlke Helnz E F Row 1 Carole Kehl Mike Kehoe Joyce Kettner Mary Ann Klesmnt Dale Knaack Rlchard Knoed ler Richard Koehn Row 2 Davnd Kohler Robert Kosloske Patricia Kozy Amella Kramarczyk Jackle Kramer Judy Kramer Banme Krull Row 3 Helen Kruse Steve Kryslak Eugene Kuchenbecker Katherine Kurtz Shurley Lands verk Thomas Langenberg Steve Lanzer Row 4 James LaSelle James Lauson James Law Gary Lee Ann Lettel Carl Lemke John Lehl 47 'Yi C! 1' 1 an Ame I u l on 'mga' F' C' at ll I Rowl Carol Heller Robert Hendrickson Ervm Hole Susan Hoover Row 2 Duck Huppler Sally Hutchuson Forrest Hyde Glen lhde John Jacob Hrubesky Ann Hruska Marcla Row 3 Sandra Jacobson Dave Jape Elizabeth Lohnson Robert Johnson Joan Johnson John Jones Mary Jones Row 4 Frederick Jullus Joyce Julnus Clyde Jung Terry Karuhn Judy Kaufert Morthea Kay Kathy Keatmg PWPJ 5 ,Mm lf ' V' las ' of .V 'Sf . sr . Y 'fl ' R C r P : ' . ' L E ' ' R 5 Y L tn H ' ' ' R it l . V L J to e : ' ' 3 Q6 If y ' . ' ' QQ V ' gig ns ff it-V ,- to W E i . L An R S A R tl . . " Xa pix ' 1 ., . Fx Q xy :ew K1 .. T y 'L Y 4 A. Q L r s.' , J 3- "' "' Q ', ' J he J X ' c 2 . ' 'Q -. ' s A ' 'L . . V x V W .N S' C is : , , A ' X57 i ., Henke, Tom Hensen, David Hirschy, Mary Ann Zlt . 'il L. V, 5' v x. "K ,. S " s I . f I 55, 1- at 2 K its kv , I I I I "' .1 K Q. ' 34 fn- h 2 'f V . -.-.-:.-3 . C' ' J 'V' " S L. - fl' J e' F f s, 'X ll " s, F ri X x r R' . e N V J Q '-I .rf ' :- 1 4 5 at Y, w. - 2 5 f y . K I .fl , if A ' . h , . r , e ggi, 1 1 ' cl Y fiir 4. 1 - I k f Q , 1- , w .- . ,ga -7 : 1 1 ' - 5 Q k N .4 , ytw Y , I I I L . .- ' Y : , I . , - A K g - X - f f P ', MW J' ' ' - - , if X , I I - ' X ' ' s A H 3 . Y g Q - q .4 1 I I I I i -si x ,, ' . L' ' , ' E 'S . Qi, fl K L ' . 1 1. ' f .L 'f 44, is fir A. iii Row l Richard Nelson Barbara Newton James Nielsen Richard OBrlght Willard Olmger Nancy Olsen Ann Olsen Row 2 Beverly Olson Gloria Olson Jack Oppelt Alfred Otto Jerry Palmqulst Janet Pawlacyk Gayle Pelkey Row 3 Mike Plrang Sharon Ploor Mary Plier Ellen Poelllnger Tom Pollock Gloria Price Steve Price Row 4 Everal Pelton Dawn Ferry Pamela Peters Richard Peters Carol Peterson Mike Petersen Tom Peterson 9' sir S f W ,. Tv' ex' Q r + . l' ----- slr .V Sophomores Row l: Dick liebelt, Herbert lohse, Judy Long, James Luedtke, Dave McKellips, Shirley McMan- us, Sharon Madsen. Row 2: Justine Mantor, Jackie Marine, Sara Martin, Gary Martiny, Sue Mayefski, James Meunies, Ginny Meyer. Row 3 Bruce Miller Ruby Miller Susan Miller David Miracle Judy Mlsslmg Jerry Moen John Moore Row 4 Charlotte Morehouse Tom Mott Dan Murphy Sue Neabllng John Nebel Leo Nick asch Mary Ellen Nickasch AA 2 LFE' Sandra Rausch Lynne Reinhardt Peggy Rem hardt Doris Remmel Row 2 Terry Roberts larry Rogers Sue Ross George Rosenow Dawn Rowlandson Sarah Ryan Robert Sager Row 3 Judy Sanders James Sauby Sally Sauer Sharon Sauer Dick Sauruol Carl Schaefer Karen Schindler Row 4 Kay Schindler Dick Schmidt Joe Schmrt zer Glen Schroeder Wayne Schroeder Dave Schuelke Dieter Schulz , . . ' . --" X.,-2 I . . . ' 'Q .g Qs Q it r ' ' ' V Q - l ' . W A . .-Jil 3 .. 'bg' A , - 1. i, V 'f ' , l ' I . I i ' ' , fi f fr ii A I Yi' Y A Al S ,vw 'R XT ll V f I . 'f ' f . 5 ' i 1 Q . 5 I , - 'V . 1 t .. - , I , , it g V , . A 4 1 Q Q . , , .M V, 4 ya, K js x . L rx, A jx ff i , Q ,g ,' ' 1 I ' , . ' , 2. i 4 4 Q Q . . . ,V Q, I . . ff. 59 , GJ S . , ,G ' . 1 MQ f' fi, 1 Y ' , . My Q Q- 41. c F. A ' f F U' t. , as 4, ,A J X S. ..,.. Air 'X , .N F, ' 9 M4 , X l fi ,, A i 2 . V ""' 7 -' ' i A 3' a 1 ' K 3 in' K .iw 3 I I Row l: Lester Quick, Doris Radandt, Van Ramich, M K s M M N, EHS.. I . , 1 ' 2- rg? , be I - Q xv in .- -l G '- 1, z , , , f f 1 ' 4 ,.,,' we r . f G e , , 'Q .9 e '-:: f I -Q se, n .5 4 ' - 1 . 'I we A J I f'T 1 g we I 48 Sophomores 'C Row l Machael Schulz Rlchard Schussman Mary Ann Sell Wllllam Sell John Severson Dennls Sharpe James Smllh Q Row 2 Margaret Smlth Mlchael Sperlla Roberl W' Splegelberg Douglas Stancher Thomas Sfeflen George Sfelfensen Thomas Sfelow Row 3 Mowry Shlp Belly Slrull Thomas Sug den Lloyd Swarm David Swenson Karen Syr :ng Marcua Tall Row 4 Kellh Thompson Klrslen Thompson Karen Thorson Carol Tlshleder Jerry Tann Mary F D D IAEA: Tyrlver Roger Vander Helden Verslegen Ronald Vosfer Gary Webb Lorena Weuland Barbara Wemke Row 2 Russell Wagner Jaclue Wells Tom Wells Alace Wenneche Thomas Wenzel Palncna Wefzel Richard Wickham X Q YF W N rl Row 3 Dale Wlnlcler Kathleen Wllms Rachael Wllms Dennis WIN Ronald Wruck Terry Wrucll Carol Yeager Raw 4 Wllllam Young Judvlh Zarnolh Judath Zemert Roland Zehren Edwun Zlmmer Vnccn Zvck S' X SOPHOMORES NOT PICTURED Peler Faro Mathew Grlssom Dems Meyer 49 K Q .Q , 5 - , . Q . ' ' 'T' 5. K 'A ' V' ' ' ' ' . . .- ,. , . ' ' . 3 :Y R' .-W . - ,, 1 -, - , u ff f' ' ll fs. -fl ' , , . R' 5 '-R T ff- 1 ' , . 9. x : I' I I , ' ' F V Q sv 5 I F- xr' , . - , F 1 . J 0 I ' - 1 X1 4 ,V 1, l 1 A . 1 . T' I P+ A V 7 . 'P' D I sw-1 , ' I ' x in 4 . 8 U J. N W A ' ' S A X ' L D 1' Row 1: Nancy Van Gompel, Lee Veeser, Michael X f Y kk? 1 . ' '.. ' 3 3 its ll , h ' ,I " I . . I I Y R A P ' fl ph g I - A --Q D ' T . X lf lil? . . . . I I K , , , , T " ' iv 'f . 4 T." 55, ' e 11: F ' s K .K 3? if 3 : . . I . I . 5 ' .,if'f1s x . n l ' , , ' ' f ' ' f ll, X xl W X. . ,. , 1 in f ' s A -Q i A ' X 1 R va , - I , I l .ex r 4 1" I-4 I lv 7f,, Blown Row I Roberi Bredendlck Judith Brenirnck Gene Brull Barbara Buchanan Canme Buck Richard Budowle Richard Bukar Row 2 Davld Burton Judulh Butelewskl Joan Bylow Karl Campbell Dawn Carlson Wnllnam Casperson Marcella Charrler Row 3 Judnh Charfrand James Cherepaw Duane Chrusfolferson Hans Chrlsiofferson Canme Chrls topher Janice Cuhlar Carol Clark Row 4 Roberi Cleveland Lynn Clough Joseph me Cook Patricia Cornelaus Sharon Cowling lmda Cox William Craig hm ' hmm QM L X Freshmen Row 'I Teddy Albrechf Chnshne Alesch Chras vane Andrews Susan Andrews Douglas Anker son Wnllnam Armbrusler Ralph Arndl Row 2 Richard Aushn Barbara Babbnts David Baker Ronald Balthazar Karen Barnes Tony Bednarowslu Mnchael Belllng Row 3 Sophie Benedld Judnh Bengamln Larry Berendsen Carol Berkley Laurne Blair Thomas Blank Paul Bliss Row 4 James Block Muchael Blume Kenneth Babb Bruce Bondow Loulse Bondow John Bork Sharon Bork 5125 rs 0 559 lkllssu ff-tap Rowl Joan Davey Richard DeBenedeMo Ira De Braal Susan De Jardme Deanna Demeny Gall De Wold Larry De Weerl Row 2 Penny De Weert Rnchard Dledrrch Mary DI9ClKOH Gllberl Dlx Jeff Dax Susan Dordel Janice Drews Row 3 Jean Drucks Alfred Ducommun Richard Dwelle Thomas Ebben Wulluam Ellnol Lynda Ellnot Row 4 Jon Erdman Marlorne Eruckson Susan Fnscher Kathy Fleuschman Susan Foley Beverly Frank Shuley Faancart 50 3 , , T 1 - 1' fl T J 5 l 1 cf ll I-1 1 1 CI 1- K ' , - IJIIWI I I I If I ll-5 I j .II I 1 , I . klmlhi X l ,I la. 4.1 ' I f ' v I YT 1 ' ffwfi K' Ui r' : l I , ' , ' t J IA 4 s ,I - ig, P ' ' BI XJ' I K f , Q -, ,f x-Q, ' ' ' we C ew, sl - I r if 4.1 ,fl llf'l'l'v"ls B I I I I I I I . . I . I . I . I . . - f, I 'H " 1 , . f f 1 , 3 I I: I II 1 H V I tv ' l s ,-f, , A X ' ' P5 l. ' - - - T 1 , ' , I . , ' .2 V . I ' ' Q ' J B ,L M .- ' 1' v qv v s mf , Xl ff .C - Tl' . ,s-J . I I IQ In ,,, II II . - - - - n 2 on . I I I - I J I .X 4 1 ' J 4 4 ,. ' . 1 , , I I I I X Q ' X' I5 'XE r r I ! ' ' ' s Gm. 2 ' , , ' Q , I A III . ' ' , . 'f ' M 1: ' Y we -T ." J . I . . . I l l I w B ."' ,sb I' :I "I J f I lf J l J N A I , ' a I 6 II z , ' :I -1,7 .I v- . I' f 1 6 I sf. I I I I A I a I 1 1 r , . W ' I 2 :lb . . - ' ' J 'T gs, i I p . T ' . f ' QT' ri1.'f"l, B B C s ' . A Q S- - 'htm S if If" fx Rim .I' ' ' .I . It I c I I I I I I T X ,fs I 1 I , - ' ' , I I3 , I, I I I , , I ' - BPH-1 41 : gi . ,I a , v- 4 I I ' - Q, lvl l 3. Freshmen Row 1 Davld Franz Dennns Freund Sally Frued lem lunda Fuss Ann Gaustad Sandra Gelger Thomas Genet Row 2 Dorothy Germuga Joseph Gernts Charles Gibbs Barbara Gibson Gary Gllbertson James Gmelner Chester Gooding Row 3 Davnd Goodwin Geoff Greenheld Gor don Gregory James Gnmes Catherme Gustman Willard Hadler James Hall Row 4 Barbara Hansen Thomas Hansen Leon Harder Douglas Harper Mollle Harker Jane Hass Carol Hayes Rowl Joyce Klassen Ronald Klesmot Brian Kobunsky Karen Kobmslty Kathy Koeplre Allce Koller Harvey Kofnetka Row 2 Andrea Konop Gene Kostrazalc Donald Krause Thomas Krautlzramer Phlllp Kruschlio Barbara Kuhr Sara Kurtz Row 3 Wllllam Lamb John Larson Shirley la Sage Julle Lauger Barbara Law Myron Le Anna Gary Lee Raw 4 Ronald Lehmann Sharon Lewis Tana Lnndeman Ellen long Nancy Lamson Jane Loughrm Graham Loynd as A I EM lgvry Rimes Xa W Rowl Damel Heaney James Hedlund Ruth Hennzlull Thomas Hewutt Steven Hildebrand Robert Hlttenmuller Ona Hobart Row 2 Susan Hcelzel Patrncla Hoffman Paul Hoover Dale Howe Row 3 Thomas Howe Thomas Hrubecky Davld ldhe Dagmar Jaehnug Lynn Jensen Paul Jun eau Carol Jung Row 4 Fred Kampo Frederuck Kaun Mary Kelly Mary Kellogg Eluzabeth Kempmger Kenneth Knmbro Albert Kung Sf 3' 1 .. gg ,s ,v ,Q Q? e kg. Q . 3 'i , ' ,Q ' . 4' , Q '51 A Z ' ' all ,fs at 2 A s ' ' ' , ' , ' , 'f' 'F' 'kiss 1 I, Y ' l ' 1 ' L XL J ' , ' llr s s A A A Q .. . ,ir "" L 1 , : . l I I ' K at 5 1 ' 1 I 1 ii Q ., 4,5 4 x 1 . V I 'P - Q as . Q -Y Y 1 x T K , x B K in 1 . A A ' I 4 if lj? 'A A F l 1 ' ' ' - F5 ts' ' r , , A 53 F, if 1 1 1 K K X P Y, K , T K 153 . J: Q . A Q A f i L A 'I 'll l Q , X f - sf sv n Y -1 Q v 'if - i f - N , fs g K A., ,,rk .. L? .. gg ill? A -e-it I ,' Q A I 5. l , K. - gg. s- L - 3 . L A . x ., fl' 1 . g tl' - -f 1 f N s- A A V 'L ix . L 'TN ' l ' 11 'V Xl. 1 l l 1 ' 1 ' 1 -5 x .' , Q . 1 - . . Q T ki A' Q . g : ' , , A 5. ,L J fr K A X Holewinslu, Foss Hooper, Jay Hoover, Susan :S X : f - '15 I ' -3 1 , , ' 1 ix , xg eyes 2' 1' 1 - A In s , r. 5 , N X., 7 tiff, F , f N X , 5 - iff' 1' -I s -sae ,L Y xt, ., s , lt s lx ' mf' !l'sfY 1 'I I lf! I 1 1 1 QW . . s T ' ' ' A x ' S . .- ' X A A Jul - J , Q X my J I it A: , Q gk x' , Q tv- , I "9 u ' Y . 5 7 X . . vcr ' I I .I . 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Q- ' of . ,Tk ,, g , W 'li' x Ti- Alla Xi? jf., l at 5 Row 'l Nancy Neubauer Joann Nlckasch Terry Nlesmuth Laurel Nobbe David Norenberg John O Leary Row 2 Gloria Olsen Mary Palmer Judlth Park Freshmen Rowl Darrell Luebke Ervm Luebke Jane Luebke Lynette Luedtlze Michael Lynch Jane Lyon James McLeod Row 2 Mary Jo McLain Jo Ann McNeil Gerold Malotke Lyle Manteufel Jean Marohn Paul Mennes Gloruo Metko Row 3 Susan Mertz Michael Meyer Susan Meyer Alex Mnllar Patrlcla Muller Ralph Mnl ler Pomula Moder Row 4 Buddy Moderson Judith Morse Marianne Mueller Richard Munche Thomas Nadolney Clanrnce Nehrmg Judith Nelson Ala er Carol Patton Charles Paulson Michael Paw lowskl Prlscllla Peck Row 3 Tuna Pertam Ann Petersen Kathy Peter sen Kenneth Peterson Mary Peterson Wanda Peterson Mary Petry Raw4 Keith Pohlman Jan Pollnow Brevltt Porter Duane Prentice Deedra Pues Marcla Quade Thomas Radtke 'W .-sv' Anafnrrie B04 A C W ,- sire 5.532 if s 7' 'N I Simms! up an Rowl Terry Ramalcer Margaret Read Martnn Redlln Wilbur Relfsnyder Wllllam Reanhardt James Robbm Mary Rahr Row 2 Susan Roou Judith Rudolph Kathleen Rumsey Thomas Sahll Janet Samson Carol Sauer Susan Sauer Row3 Susan Schmellng Barbara Schnelcler Glorua Schmltzer Shnrley Schommer Ronald Schralber Karen Schuelke Russel Schullce Row 4 Thomas Schultz Davnd Schwartzbauer Stewart Schwernn Gary Sedo James Seelow Jane Selle Thomas Selle , 54' S I I I l -sa 3 x f 1 ' , X In .. 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J, J L 5 I - ..-ur g 7,1 1 any y. XS h 2 ' PM X., 'xr f ' ff' A , ll if i x me V X My 52 l li R 'sl Freshmen Row 1 Nancy Schulz Donna Shadduck Thomas Shepherd Wllllam Shoclmley Dennis Slegal John Srmerson Richard Simons Row 2 Carol Skafter Thomas Sopkovnch Judnh Sorenson Sandra Sorenson Carlion Sfaffeld Richard Siaheld Cheryl Stancher Row 3 Gerald Stelf Donald Stelow Michael Sfelow Geraldine Shlp James Silnger Wlllldm Stlnskl John Slroemer Row 4 Judlfh Slrulz Karen Swenson Carol Taff Gregory Talarczyk Catherlne Talbol Dale Te bon Larry Tesch Q! Na. xx Jr U Esfdse 'V"'x fs.-sgp,,,,:, FRESHMEN NOT PICTURED wh f .H .333 Row T Clark Thompson Eugene Thompson Richard Thorpe Russel Thornson Charles Timm Jef? Track Donald Tretheway Row 2 Jean Van Gorp Roberi Voster Robert Vogf Larry Van Marler Gary Van Marler Mary Walker Nancy Weber Row 3 Dennls Werner Penny Whmng Leonard Wmkelman Robert Wlsmewskl James Wlteck Frank Wm Douglas Wolterdung Row 4 James Wruclc August Wyman Lloyncl Wyman Dawn Yalxes Richard Young Mlnnle Zachow Jean Zarnoth Herbert Collar Wulllam Day Wulllam Dernbach Roberi Edwards Thomas Elwall Faye Forstner Sharon Lewis Judy Zuck Wlnn Zrmmerman 53 " fr.. " 'E 2' he M ,- F - 2 , N M- .f--, ' , Q : , , A , " , H ,iw T f - Q Ali . . . . Q .' 5- Uh: W3 . M ' ' ' , al l 9 lv. Yi-2:31 ,-:xi - .D . 1 z , ' , ' 'T , X 1 'S ' . 'X , , . . Y , -j 5' 4 X ' A, , ' -, - ee, ,f T . s, ' - ' Q 1 K Q-- N B X ., fi, W x V 1 ,X i. Q 9 -Q 'ge As . .- 5 , ,QV y 1 Zh X. - 5:1 Q ,J 1- X . -- ., H , ' Q - y' .- . .L r 5 "iv Y , JL, T ' 'J s 3' in ,V.- x -A , x : , f is - s QI 4. g Q - za s , I v. v K A I KM l . Q' fr. e I I I xg . ' ' ' ' Ja.. 1 T , 1 G- 5, A ,T K x ' ,E 4 m J :go ' I . . .I . I Ny x . A X S .in . I . . -v . 1 ' or 715 .. 41: Y h sh I, 1 , ,sesrs Q ,3 rl W 1 , , re. , I F , 1 ' . Y i Q xg ' -v D '7: : 4: - ." 1 T., l l s lf fx . .x E ,. W ' I l . I . . I I I ERUTHERHDUU HRULINE HONORS Knowledge is power. FRANCIS BACON 74. g . 1. . pg 521. Row 1: Stoekli, Roussin, Munsche, N. Bredenick, Loehning Row 2: K. Kruse, J. Weigt, Frakes, S. Babbitt, Glover, K. Kramer Row 3: W. Rudolf, J. Quade, D. Loynd, G. Hrubecky, Kuehl, J. Erdmon Not pictured J Kirchgeorg National Honor Society Neenah Hugh School us proud of :ts aflillatnon wuth the National Honor Socuety whose worthy oblectuve ns the promotuon of hlgher scholastic achievement The first quallflcatlon for membershup us malntammg a B of better grade average In addltlon to thus scholastuc requurement character leadershup and servuce are sngnuflcant factors ln determunung those best qualufled On thus basis twenty per cent of the lunuors and thurty per cent of the sensors are chosen by thelr fellow students for membershup Thus selectuon with the approval of the faculty determmes those who are elected to the Seated Relerson E Evans Graverson Tolversen Stondmg Wilson Rogness 56 National Honor Society The Neenah Hugh School chapter under the super vnslon of Mass Hughes undertakes many actsvutles to promote the socuetys Ideals These mclude taklng care of the honor roll and presentmg commemorative pro grams on holidays A tea for the new members and their parents completes the program of actlvutles Jnm Quade the 1959 presndent was assusted by George Hrubecky vnce presldent Kara Kramer secre tary and Helen Loehmng llbrarnan 'lx : . n o I . ' I . . . . . . . ,, ,, . , . . . f I I ' 1 1 1 1 ' I 1 ' - 1 I 1 f I A : , . 1 1 g m ' V 'S , , Q' '4 .- L A ,,,. :QT X, -,Q X krliiv BADGER STATE AWARDS Neenah Hugh School was represented at Q, Badger Boys State by Jum Quade John Kurchgeorg and Bull Kuehl Whule attendung the boys who were chosen for theur leader shup honor school loyalty and servuce learned to safeguard the pruncuples of free dom democracy and Iustuce Helen Loehnung was Neenah Hugh Schools delegate to Badger Gurls State She was chosen on the basus of her scholar shup Ieadershup physucal fitness good char acter and all round school actuvutues Kuehl loelunung Quads Kurchgeor D S A AWARD The Junuor Chamber of Commerce annually conveys the Dustunguushed Servuce Award to a senuor boy from each of the Twun Cuty hugh schools Jum Quade was selected to receuve us award on the basus of hus abuluty leadershup and overall servuce to the school Frakes Quade D A R AWARD Sue Frakes an outstandung senuor gurl was chosen to receuve the annual Daughters of the Amerucan Revolutuon award The qualutues consudered for her selectuon were patruotusm servuce dependabuluty and leadershup Sue competed wuth other gurls for dustruct and state honors Hedberg Block WISCONSIN LEGISLATIVE SCHOLARSHIP Gall Dawson Manfred Block and Judy Hedberg were the sensor students to recenve the Wlsconsln Leguslatlve Scholarshup To be elnguble for thus scholarshlp a student must rank among the top sux of the graduating class and has parents must be residents of Wlsconsm A state school must be attended by the reclpaent ,qui Dawson BPWS AWARD The reclplent of the Buslness and Professional Women s Club Scholarship was Marne Tupler The prmclpal and a faculty member recommended her on the basus of charac ter scholastlc achnevement and need of financlal aid The scholarshnp as to be used to further educatuon In the bus: Tgple ness field durmg the following year Carlson NAMT Those boys interested in the teaching profession were eligible for the Neenah As- soc. of Men Teachers Scholar- ship. Marv Carlson was se- lected by the committee to receive the award. Scholastic record and general aptitude were considered. Pansch STUDENT COUNCIL AWARDS The annual Tag Day Scholarship sponsored by the Student Council was presented to Dave Thomsen Receiving the Life Membership card which entitles the bearer to free admission to all NHS activities was Don Pansch These two boys were elected bv the 1957 58 council Thomsen PTA SCHGLARSHIP Tom Plucker was chosen to receive this years Parent Teacher Association Scholarship The Association selected Tom for his keen interest in the teaching profession The scholarship ns being used at Stevens Point State College Pluclxe , , . S ii . . , cvs' ' V I' SENIOR ROTARY STUDENTS "I will make the most of my opportunity to obtain Erdman, Susan Frakes, Nancy Glover, Joanne Haber, an education so that I may better serve society." Judged Mary Heinzkill, George Hrubecky, John Kirchgeorg, Kira on this and the other eleven points of the Rotary Code of Kramer, William Kuehl, David Loynd, Ronald Larson, Ethics, every nine weeks two students from each class Helen Loehning, Roy McManus, Jeanne Nobbe, Judy attend a luncheon at the Valley Inn as guests of the Paul, Paul Poellinger, Joan Plucker, James Quade, Neenah Rotary Club. Wayne Rudolf, Naomi Stoekli, Terry Taft, Linda Thomas, Seniors who have attended the luncheon are: Susan Paul Valente, James Vogt, Joann Weigt, John Westgor, Babbitt, Rachel Berndoerfler, Nancy Bredendick, Jerry and Roger Zimmerman. JOHN PHILLIP SOUSA AWARD The John Philip Sousa award is the newest award to be given to a graduating senior The scholarship was initiated by Mr Gruetzman and the Neenah Rotary Club Kaye Gruetzman was the first recipient She was one of the three senior band students elected by the band members final selection was made by a committee composed of Mr Mennes Mr Borgen Mr Gruetzman and a member of Rotary The Neenah Rotary Club also presented the senior band with a plaque on which the names of the award winners will be engraved Gruetzman Kramer loeh g F a es ROTARY ESSAY Is Disarmament Possible? was the topic tor the Neenah Rotary Clubs annual essay contest The prize winning essays were written by Sue Frakes Helen Loehnnng and Kira Kramer I scribed pens and the opportunity to read their essays at a Rotary Luncheon were their rewards 60 I ' I ' I . , . , nin , r In sg . , ' f '7' . I, . if ll - - 11 - Y, . 1 ' I I I ' 1 I 1 I - n' I ' . . . Q R 'fs h 'L .1 MY TRUE SECURITY The Junior Chamber of Commerce this year replaced the Voice of Democracy contest with the My True Security essay Marguerite Munsche won the school and community contests for which she received a savings bond a radio and the chance to compete in the state con test Self reliance and personal initiative constituted the core of the essay she wrote W Rudolf Valsnte Glover Jxs NMSC FINALISTS Nancy Glover Wayne Rudolf and Paul Valente had the distinction of being finalists in the National Merit Scholarship Corporation qualifying tests These students competed with students in over T4 000 high schools for this honor THESPIAN AWARDS Best Thespian awards this year go to , X few .H .sr E -, .. f, .spra- George Hrubecky and Nancy Bredendick, . X' the two seniors chosen by the active 0 Thespians as those who had contributed ' . f BI- -1,313 S most to the club. George, active in Thespians since his Q1 was s sophomore year and president this year, has appeared on the NHS stage in many plays and most recently in Doctor in Spite f of Himself. He has also been active on s ... in -s.sEf:sm. 5 - committees for the productions. ' I!- Active on the stage in numerous 'Tia Thespian productions including The Prin- cess and the Swineherd, Nancy also has is served on committees. This year she di- rected one of the one-acts, and served , NS X Q V s-Q ,g K. -1 X . B gf I 1-I s fi ,g s-fe s. 1, . 1 , -ters. if .EQ , as assistant to Mr. Anderson for the recent ,. ligated 'Xia fs. production of Doctor in Spite of Himself. 'rll if lit f f 1. it ll 255- 1 5? Bi 5 'ii , Q . , 3-,.W,, si ,. . 1 :I M. w. - Z., .Q Q., i. mf .fm X. .,-, ..... 4 is 'xllggglit H ,mtl .t . mfr.. :rpg- J..:k,! gY..f3 4 , I L. f b 5 WM . if f-If K 1 F-14 ,gf N. Bredendick, G. Hrubecky a 3451 wp , ,L K Jr ifiy I f. , G 5535 my Q 9 Sf',V my W u mx Vw gal 112, K W WHA-4 A I hi' F I 15 fi 4 Y,,.y 2. ' .A U A aa' K ag I' ,rd 9 wg, U A W-N, f,WM'x ,gr ' ,M jf ,, 4 ORGANIZATIONS We are here to add wha? we can to, not to get what we can, from, Life. SIR WILLIAM OSLER Row M Webb Neablung Madsen J Harker Mr Borgen Graversen Glover Loehnmg B Johnson Fralces Row Sherman Mott E Evans M Quade Kellogg McCrory K Kruse Klassen B Buchanan Sklbba W Zimmerman Row Den Dooven R Maller G Kostrzak ,l Burr C Wlmer Severson Jim Hensen Ramaker Row D Burr M Stllp Wilson Coleman D Johnson Democracy in Action Ot the students by the students and for the stu dents, our Student Council provided representative government Delegates were elected from each fifth hour home room They had an opportunity to discuss current school problems among themselves and with their advisor Mr Borgen activities Remember this year s assembly programs? Fascinating people Sid Williams and a memory expert and new ideas were brought to our attention because the Council chose a wide variety of programs Collect :ng for the Junior Red Cross and selling ROCKETS kept 1 exif, 64 the members busy Christmas time brought out the Council to decorate the halls and organize the annual faculty tea ln the spring all students had a chance to contribute toward a Tag Day Scholarship At the end of the year the most deserving member of the student body received a scholarship from the organization The sented at this ceremony This years Council was guided by Jim Hensen president, Steve Stulp, vice president Sue Frakes secre tary and Karen Graversen treasurer An event which brings charm and grace to e Christmas season is the Student Council tea for e faculty The tea was held In the home economics room which was beautifully decorated Miss Firlzus supervised the preparation of the refreshments and each faculty member was escorted by a Student Coun cll representative lr - , ' , , . , . , , . ' , - , 21 , . - , . , , , - . , - , ' , . ' 31 . - ' , . . - , - ' , , ' , 42 - , . ' , ' , . . 0 1 The Student Council also engaged in other yearly Student Council Lite Membership Award was also pre- . . . . , . N . . . . . . l . I I A l D- ' sa. lu' rw. , A V' 3, A Y . 'sr I ' ' th f - ff . . . 'h J I 1 . . . Was there ever a student that wasnt hungry? The happy faces of Frank Wutt and Muke Bellung show the welcome extended to Peggy Angermeyer as she sells potato chups to the lads Thus was one at the ways the Gurls Senate added to theur treasury The Gurls Take A Stand Dancers who enloyed the strauns of Snowflake Fan tasy were experuencung lust one actuvuty sponsored by the Gurls Senate Presudent Carole Gallmeuer Vuce presudent Pat McCrory Secretary Jull Harker and Treas urer Nancy .lack durected the dance preparatuon wuth Muss Gruftlths actung as advusor Representung all the gurls un school, the Executuve worked wuth the ofhcers to attaun the club s goal good relatuons throughout the school Varuous oblectuves pur sued durung the year were helpung freshman gurls get acquaunted wuth hugh school lufe and rememberung gurls conflned un the hosputal Members organuzed prolects luke the senuor Mother Daughter Banquet Rural Day and the Bug and Luttle Suster Party to make school lufe Row l Muss Grufflths Jack Cuhlar R Heunzkull P Moder S Babcock McCrory Row 2 Jaehnug M Quade Graversen K Huooler M Sell Pruce Beatty J Harker Row 3 M Huooler K Madsen C Gallmeuer Malchow Angermeyer N Bredenduck vs' 65 , , ' 5 u i t . . . ,, - . . , t ,, . . . .. . . . . - . , . . . I . h . . . . I I - - , ' - I I Board composed of Eve members from each class, more rewarding. , gi ' . 67 2 A u u " ar l , , Q.. W ,. 'ff L uk u X 5 A '--1 Seated G Hrubecky Mr Thom K Kramer Standmg Cochrane J Erdman S Babbitt Glover J Weugt J Bogrand Dux Work and lmaglnatlon Rocket When are you golng to flntsh sellmg those ads? Come on now we have to buckle down and get some work done These were the phrases that rang through the Rocket Room as the staff focused tts attentlon toward the sprang publlcatlon deadlme Under the supervtslon of Mr Thom Co edltors Kara Kramer and George Hrubecky, along wuth the rest of the staff worked diligently throughout the school year to complete the 59 annual Joann Welgt Layout Edltor and Nancy Glover Wrltlng Edltor were mvalu able to the staff Buslness matters were taken care of by Sue Babbltt and Jtll Cochrane George Dlx was nn charge of reportmg sports events Jack Bogrand Cameraman at large was a tamllnar snght on the NHS campus Underclassman apprentices Judy Jullus Lots Schloemer Barbara Barnes and Elynor Evans also contrlbuted valu able asststance Wtth the support of the outside staff these people complled the book whlch wall recall pleasant memorues of the years events Lots of work lots of fun Row Mantor G Price M Huppler Graversen E Poellunger Frakes C Gallmeuer Eastwood J Smtth E Evans Row Kreuter B Barnes Bowman Kellogg B Buchanan Mueller S Cottrell Chudacoft Jack McCrory Dee Row R Buck J Hauser D Perry S Ross B Ellts R Weber Bloom D Alesch Tolversen B Meyer K Huppler L Sa e J Julius C Krue Row Swarm Badtke B Johnson Jlll Bylaw Palmqulst S Kung Lnntner Cummgs Draleske J Babbttt Schloemer Sperka 66 . x A ., A- , H ms A B V ' I ' V I l ,, . . . . , . ll ' . . , - . 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Row Miss Grull Jull Bylaw M Heunzkull K Kruse .lulue Sm th C Mahoney Bodtke Munsche J Harker Row Nebel Robert Ellus S McLaun Barbara Olson Berndoerfler L Kruschka N Olsen M Mahoney Bernard Meyer Zwucky Mr Poellunger Row McKellups J Meyer Tolversen C Kruse Bullungs L Reunhardt Remmel Plucker Ploor Folske Row S Kung Wulson W Jensen W Huttenmuller A Jones C J y .l Quade T Syrung R Fra k D Loynd From Typusts to Prunters Oh waut a munute I cant talk to you now the Cubs herel' Thus eagerlv awauted moment gave us a bruef respite from seventh hour classes and a chance to catch up on the latest school news Every two weeks our school newspaper captured the actuvutues of hugh school lufe Perhaps ut was the latest sports event Perhaps ut was the next dance or party Perhaps we read the edutoruals or maybe lust the humor ous columns But whatever we were unterested un we learned ut first from the Cub Mr Poellunger exolauns the lntrucate mechanucs of o prlntlng press to Cub edutor Barbara Olson and other edutors of the Cub Many people contrubuted theur efforts toward mak mg each Cub better than the last Edutor un Chuef thus year was Barb Olson wuth Helen Tolversen servung as Front Page Edutor Jull Harker as Assustant Front Page Edutor and Specual Feature Column Edutor, Carole Kruse as Feature Edutor, and Jum Quode and Duck Wulson as the Co Sports Edutors Muss Grull durected the edutorual staff proofreaders, and typusts whule Mr Poellunger sup ervused student prunters and the busuness staff The an nual Cub Banquet clumaxed the busy year In deeo conference over a hot scoop for the Cub Sud Mclaun ductates to typust Mary Heunzkull 67 7: , , . , . , 2 , A , , , V 21 , u - , , , - , . , - u , f - 32 u - , , - , , - u , , . 4: . , , . , . , , , . ur , . , . , . n , O 0 11 - ' 1 ' ' - 1 - 1 I I , , . . -. . . . . - I - . I , - . , - ' . . , I , Row Row Row Row Homecomlng thus year broke away from tradltlon and held the Pep Parade Saturday noon After the floats there was stall plenty of splrlt left to defeat Kau kauna and to attend the vlctory dance that nught Wlth the Idea of promotung Rocket Splrut the Pep Club sponsored buses to out of town games and unique Row Row Row Row Rohr Kelley L Nobbe Petry B Kuhr S Sorenson Sharon Lewrs Kellogg Talbot M Quade K Peterson J Nlckasch Pertaln P Moder S Meyer Ann Petersen Fnscher M Harker L Fuss K Barnes J Benjamm Hoelzel Cnhlar Mueller B Buchanan S Roou Parker S Geiger G Strlp J Nelson P DeWeert La Sage Cornelius Lmdeman Kofler Charrner C Alesch M Read J Rudolf C rol Jung J Loughrln K Flensch man B Frank Sandra Lewns Koepke M McLann C Stancher Snegl P Holewlnskl T Schultz C Andrews Cox Christopher N Neubauer J Hass Palmer Kernptnger Peck K Swenson Lyon Joan Bylaw Patton Czaustad Cleveland Bork Rocket Rooters Boom Out pep assemblies In the gymnoslum Members also served refreshments to vlsmng players to contnnue good unter school relatnons Mr Dunwlddle was faculty advisor The peppy officers included John Knrchgeorg, pres: dent, Jlll Bylow and Mary Reuerson, co vuce presidents Kay Huppler, secretary, and Jrll Harker, treasurer Mr Dunwlddle Lenz Talversen Relerson B Wolterdlng K Huppler Woeckner P Wllllams J Arndt S Cottrell J Hauser M Blohm S Buchanan N Houts Judy Juhus Wamsley Pontow R Ellis Rosenthal Samuelson Cochrane Chudacoff C Redlun Jack Pyott Kreuter G Thompson Grygny Thorne M Wnmer Carol Cralg B Allen Mottl Kraus Falck Kang P Blank H Holewlnslu S Olsen Flatoff N Newton Zimmer K Madsen Jrll Bylaw Bemowsky D Alesch Lashua Barbara Meyer Graversen L Eastwood S Nelson Brezlnskl N Berendsen Winters Jock Salrn T Dahl L Palmer Rawson E Evans J Harker Barthule J Boegh Rogness J Langenberg Zeurner C Maynard Bednarow sk: S Halle D Schultz Aggers Den Dooven J Schaefer 68 l- V V . 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I V V , A V 'V V I V V V V V - V i .. . sg mi Rl' page Row Row Row N Harder Traos J Nobbe C Nobbe Thomas J Wengf Glover S Babbm K Kramer Loehmng J Wllllams Munsche M Hauser Pierce Bruce J Schroeder Palmbach Frederick Paul P Hyde Sylvonder Bowman K Mahoney R Freund M Webb K Spregelberg Gresenz D Johnson Brerlenbach T Nelson S Grunska S Johnson S Weyenberg Caple Haber M Schneuder R Schull: J Plucker Roussm S Babcock S Shnger Dee Crawford McCrory Sfoeklr Row Marrlyn Versiegeu Blsel Pedersen Malchow P Larson D Jensen Klrchgeorg Valenie L Perry H Hlrschy K Kruse Frakes J Neubauer School Splrlt Row Row Row Row Judgung from fhe expressions on these faces Neenah must have fllclxed anolher basket Vhrough' Cheerlead ers Sally Shnger Barb Crawford and Karen Grover sen lead the crowd In an ecstohc cheer Relnhardi Benoll S Ryan Wenneche P Peiers Ruby Muller Crane K Kuriz D Perry J Pawlacylx Hanaman M Nlcllasch B Barnes G Burl M Boehm V Meyer Kenner J Babbm Bobbllz J Long I. Andersen Gehrlce B S Ross Remmel Bnllsngs J Burr Van Gompel Ploor C Schaefer Judrih Zarnoih M Sell J Kramer M Smlfh Kay Schindler R Buck Rowlandson Goll now B Bukar Chrlsilohn Kay Neablnng S Flerschman Karen Schindler K Curnmgs Angermeyer S Grupe Marine Erdrnann Damrau S Hoover E Johnson Manlor Hruska M Huppler Clyde Jung G Marllny Sperlla Falmqunsf R Pelers L Nlckasch Swann J Blank K Syrlnq Rausch F sylhe D Burr K Boehm Kehl E Poelllnger Keating C He er A Olson li 94 K ,er ' S . 3' ' A N x, - . f - A . V ,. , I x C X . I S ff ,A Y C ,z .- W 4 Sw 'C x li - . - 1 - f , - ' , , . ' , . . 71 ' -. I -. A V f V I ,' l ' , f - , , , . 4r ' . . I . A , - 1 A 1 , - , - ' f U . Row I: Eclcrich, J. Sorensen, Mayefski, N. Olsen, G. Price, D, Radandt, Huichison, P. Allan, l.. 2: Al , I .l - 1 V - I. A4 'A . V . - ' , 4 . 3: Jf ','.eua5,'f ,' , .' ,' " 1' , . ' , 4: 'l' . A V, A V A A , ' , . ' , . - . , or , . , - , . - ' , ' , V ll . - J S 'f ' - .NK . - J 1 Row Msss Grftlths S Buchanan M Sell J Hauser Caple Babcock Roussxn M Harker S Kurtz Jack Row Zeumer Chrnstoaher Foster Brezlnskl Lashua Dleckhoft Eastwood Tyrlver B Bogrand H Holewunslu Row K Kruse J Wrllrams Loehnlng K Kramer Wolterdlng R Weber Hruska Kruschka Starck Row R Kramarcyzk J Mlssllnq Pedersen Malchow Cumlngs J Snnth Kessler Frakes Weugt Jlll Bylow We Teach To Learn Wednesday was the TDav of the week as FTA members learned by practice teachlnq some of the fundamentals of elementary educatnon Prospectuve teachers were honored bv a tea sponsored by thc Amerlcan Assocnatuon of Unlversnty Women Every month a program featurnnq a guest speaker hlghllghted a new teachmg field In the tall members took part In a state wade semnnar at Oshkosh State Col lege wlth other FTA members Practlcal prolects also VN 70 contributed to their educatlon Tutorlng and correcting papers alerted them to the problems Involved Muss Graf flths supervused the actnvutues On lnstallatlon Nlght the tollowung were placed In office Helen Loehnung presldent Joann Wergt vlce president Helen Holewnnskl secretary Jnll Bylow treas urer Lynne Eastwood hnstorlan and Jane Hauser pomt recorder This group gurded the club semester finals bring test papers by the hundreds to be corrected Future Teachers after a very valuable and welcome assistance to and teachers In correcting some parts of the exams Buslly engaaed are Helen Holewlnskl and Jo Welgt Rowl J Nobbe T Syrlng R Frank Munsche Klrchgeorg W Hrttenmlller Frukes Row 2 C Krause Plucker S Murphy Huhn Deutsch Paul J Smrth Hammlll Roussln Row 3 Folske Zwlcky J Quade Ramlch R EII Original Tales Full of contrnbutlons rangung from essays on outer space to eerle suspense tales the 1959 Rocket Echoes contmued nts quest for creatlve wrmtlng under the advls orshup of Mass Andrew The seven editors under thas years edutorun chnef Marguerlte Munsche Included Maxune Roussun Bull Kuehl Jean Nobbe Cathy Deutsch Jam Quade Sue Frakes and John Knrchgeorg Art edutors were Sue Hammlll and Judy Paul Behind the Lights This season Neenah s splrlted troop of actors and the stage crew dnd themselves proud un three one act plays presented un the tall, a mud wnnter productnon, and a sprung play Members worked on both commrttees and actual produchons Under the versatile leadershlp of Mr Anderson the actlvutaes of the Thesplans were dl rected by President George Hrubecky Vice President Nancy Bredendnck Secretary Jnll Harker and Treasurer, Jan Langenberg Row I Laple J Erclmun J Jensen G Hrubecky Klrchqeorg Mclaln J Hauser Row 2 Mr Anderson B Wolterdmg Plucker N Breclendlck S Nelson E Evans Gruversen J Harker Loehmng Pyott Zn m L43-"' 1 Ilqt 71 l l f 1 -1 1 - , 1 1 1 1 - 1 1 I 1 1 - 1 1 - I5 n o 0 Q . . . - 1 - - 1 . 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K W Ne Lys- , M- s w 1 J - 1 x -4 NX' ol Row 1 Hewltt R Breden CtlCk Jcehmg R Buck Mueller Blume Row 2 Mr Dunwlddle DuChalne Schloemer Thomas N Bredendlclc Loehnung Shockley Row 3 Geo Dlx D Loynd Thorpe Hedlund Debaters Tallc Way To State Amerucan schools ancludmg NHS came under close scrutiny as our debaters consudered thus years toplc Resolved That the Unlted States should adopt the es sentual features of the Brltlsh system of education The A team composed of Helen Loehmng Nancy Bredenduck Dave Loynd and George Dux compuled a flnal record of 58 wms and 27 losses After wlnmng the conference champnonshlp the four speakers quallfted for the State Tournament by wlnmng four out of sux debates at the Sectnonal Tournament at Stevens Pount A debate case takes a great deal of trme and eftort Besndes research de baters often use visual ands Mr Dun wlddne I5 shown here examining a chart made by George Dlx to support a case 72 The debaters and theur coach Mr Dunwnddne then at tended the State Debate Tournament whuch was held at Madison Members elected George Dlx as preslclent Dave Loynd as polnt recorder and Nancy Bredendlck as secretary for the season Gold medals were awarded to the four members of the A team whale Ruta Buck recerved a sllver medal Bronze medals were awarded to Rob Bredendlck Dag mar Jaehnug Maruanne Mueller and Bull Shockley : , . - , . : . , , , , . : . , . , , . 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' u - ,Q , , cf- Ir, If Neenah's victorious debaters, George Dix, Helen Loehning, Nancy Bredendick, and Dave Loynd pose proudly with their conference debate trophy. 5 Row l Krull Crane G Price Berndoerfler N Bredendlck G Olsen L Germugo Row 2 Tolversen Pyott DuChalne P Larson Rogness Aggers J Hauser Fine Worcls ancl Fancy Phrases The speaker stepped to the platform and Immediately began a long narrative complete with gestures and facial expressions And so another student participated ln Neenah High Schools extensive forensic program Any student interested un public speaking could take part in a number of divisions These included humerous declamatxon serious declamatnon, non original oratory and the four minute speech Extemperaneous reading and speaking challenged contestants wuts while original oratory tested their ability to write and present an ef fectnve composition Play reading was oftered for the second year Miss Severson was in charge of the foren sic program After competing on the high school level, four NHS students were sent on to the Wisconsin High School Forensic Association contests at Madison Carl Znem original oratory Mike Blume humorous declam, and Joanne Du Chaane and Ron Fuss, play reading 73 ,- ce, i - If s . l 2 F xv r . i A , U .g , I , , - ' , , . ' , - , . - I , , ' . - , , , - - Row 3: Blume, McKellips, R. Fuss, King, Dix, Mennes. C 1 ' ' . . , . . . - I 1 ' . , . . . . . . - . Row Row Row Row Row Flesch, D. Andersen, Pansy, Y. Manteufel, L. Kruschka, Ballard, DuChaine, J. Steinke, Button, B. Walterding, Barbara Meyer, N, Newton, Aggers, P. Loughrin, Raab, V. Otto, B. Krueger. Winters, Voss, D. Ramich, M. Alesch, L. Bork, Hilliker, T. Boehm, K. Spiegelberg, Harder, S. Weyenberg, J, Arndt, D, Alesch, Breitenbach, Frederick, M. Hauser, N. Houts, K. Huppler, Sensiba, G. Ellis, Gresenz, Kuester, Jack Salm. L, Palmer, Mr, Gerhardt. P Poelllnger Paul Muller Sylvancler Jack Gerrlts P Plngel S Babcock M Ryan K Nehrlng Haber Schlebler Carol Craig C Krause S Grunska Crawford Dee T Nelson P Sell S Stllp Catlun J Babcock Palmbach J Wllluams Pederson J Neubauer Malchow Blsel Thomas R Kramarczyk C Nobbe J Lands r D Cottrell R Ellls Pler D Olsen Strange R Larson J Quade Kuehl Valente L Martin W Zemert R Hanson S Andrews Beckman R Smlth Benedict Bart lem Sugden R Webb D Jensen T Moder Two Hundred and Seventy Eight Actuve Members Strive Toward Conservation Goals Row Row Row Row Raw S Sorenson Judie Kramer S Landsverk Pl or J Dews M Read C Nehrung P Moder G S lp S R S Geiger R Buck Ka Schindler Allen Mary Peterson Walker B Reinhardt Komper J Block Relfsnyder M Klesmlt Kofler Koepke Remmel N Weber J Rudolf Carol Jung K Flenschman Van Gompel Lynch Le Anna Malotke Siegel Blalr S Grupe Damrau J Johnson S Flelschman K Cumlngs Neablmg HoRman Radandt G Pruce Hutchlsan D Perry R Erdmann B Olson S Hoover B Johnson R Schuelke J Bork L Harder B Bondow L Manteufel D lhde Ramaker Schmltzer Cleveland D Krause T Wruck S Hoover Men nes P Holewlnskl M Redlm Danke Pelton 3. . ' , ' , f , ' f 4 ' f - f . , - ' , , ' , ' , V , 41 - ' , ' , 4 , , - ' ' V f - , , ' , , 4 , . , . - ve k, . , . ' , ' ce. 51 - , . , r , - , , , V ' , 4 ' , - , - , , . ' , ' , ' O U G I V N V iff' l V 3 l: Benoit, J, Nelson, B. Hansen, Wenneche, L. Andersen, Babbitz, G, Burt, J. Zeinert, M. Sell, S. Houts, Mertz, Parker, S, Meyer. 2: . , ' , , , o , . r , . , . ' , . , , ti , . oou, . ' , . , y 4: ' , 4 . , . , - ' 1 . ' , ' . , , - ' , ' . - 1 4 . 5: . . -- . , . . , - , - , . , , ' . , - . 4 , - V ' Row Heaney A Kramarczyk K Wrlms M Huppler J Klassen Swenson Patton J Mrsslmg Mantor S Ross L Nobba Badtke Sperka Row Tretheway B Vogt Juneau Kehl E Poellunger K Boehm P Allan L Reinhardt A Olson Kay C Holler M Quade Tyrlver Sharpe Drace Schwartbauer OLeary Row Fahrenkrug Blume Budoule C Peterson B Newton Mayefskr B Barnes J Babbltt J Burr B Bukor J Gehrke M Boehm B Ellis B Low Talbot Kathy Peterson Klmbro C Schaefer Row Lauson Fererersen B Babcock G lhde J Andersen Gravrtus Buylery Hendruckson D Wrtt Sedo T Sopkovuch W Young Seelow Tesch Gllbertson T Karuhn Row M Strlp K Forsythe Collins Handler F Hyde Coleman S Pnce D Burr R Wruck T Stelow Gear J Hansen McKelllps Blebow G Martuny L Nrckasch The rabbit count rs up to T88 Please check y ur pheasant feeders Throughout the school, Conservatuon Club announcements carrred news of club actlvutues and prolects All students Interested rn the important 'ob of con servatron were mvrted to 'om The real work began after membershnp dues were collected and prolects chosen Almost dauly rabbrt trappers brought therr struggling catches Into the club office Recognuzxng the difficulties which birds have finding food In winter, mem bers set up bard feedung stations Both small burd feeders and pheasant feeders were used Others planted young trees Creatuve club members contributed bulletin boards palntlngs, and photographrc displays Polnts earned rn these prolects applied for special club functions The club also sponsored soclal actlvntues Besldes the tradmonal early fall dance, other dances were held after basketball games But the gala event of the year was the Chulu Supper There the advnsor, Mr Gerhardt presented awards to those wuth the most points and most rabbuts Eluglble members also went to the Trees for Tomorrow and Chalk Halls Camps Steve Strlp led the club as president Bull Kuehl Nancy Jack, and Barbara Meyer served as vrce pres: dent, secretary, and treasurer, respectlvely Two students from each class composed an advisory board 75 li ,- ,- ' , - ,- , , .-", ,- ,- . , . , , . 31 . , , -I , . r 'f - ,- ',- ,- ,A , - , - 'r - , , , rt - 4: ,.' ' ,. .V ,- , H, , ' ,- ', ,- ', - , , . ,. . ,, . . O .. . . . . ,, . . . . . . . . . . . . I . . i . I - . . . I . ' Row Zwucky K Kramer M Kuhr M Hauser J Williams D Alesch L Kruschka Hammull C Kohler J Stennke Starck B Krueger Row T TaH J Babcock Palmbach N Bredendlck Munsche K Kruse N Newton C Nobbe K Hupoler Traas Paul G Dlx Zuem Row E Evans J Harker Glover Loehnmg Stoekl: M Ryan Caple C Crang Marulyn Verstegen Bowman Bnsel J Nobbe J Wengt Row M Nadolyn L Martm Valente Rogness P Larson Thomas Kung Klrchgeorg Nature s Laboratory Ever hear of transplantmg tumors? That s what two members of Buology Club dad wlth the cancer tumors of mrce Room 213 became not lust the place where biology classes were held but a world of excitement and experrmentatlon when students delved Into natures wonders Speclflc protects were nutrltlon experiments and mtelllgence tests wtth rats germunatung petunnas making vlrus cultures, and dlssectlng anumals Club members elected Terry Taft presldent Judy Rogness vnce prestdent Dave Swenson treasurer and secretarues Carol Nobbe and Barbara DeLong Mr Gundlach was club advisor Rowl Palmqulst L Nobbe Marrne S Ross B Ellis S Babbltz L Anderson Kettner J Nelson Gaustocl M Quads M Hupplev D urr Row 2 Hoftman Talbot Crane K Thompson T Wruck Shockley Sperka Robert Voster Heorey Bard Kehoe Kryslak Beatty B Johnson Erickson Row 3 Nebel R Blohm S Clark G Loynd Lynch DeLong S Lewis Ploor Malotke D Kohler Hooper B Eastwood Dwellc M Anderson Row 4 Coleman S Burton T Gubsan D Swenson Greenfield Bayley R Young Sopkovnch R Bernhagen K Peterson Jr J Chrnstnan son Cogger 76 7: 1 - 1 1 1 - 1 . 1 1 1 1 1 , - 1 - 1 1 1 21 . 1 . 1 1 - 1 1 - 1 - 1 1 1 A , 1 1 1 - 1 3: - 1 . 1 1 1 1 . 1 1 - 1 1 1 1 - . 1 41 1 1 - 1 1 1 - 1 1 1 1 - 1 1 ' r f 1 ' I 1 F , . . . . . , . I I ' V 1 ' I ' I ' I ' V f ' f 1 - r ' V : , . , . , . , , 1 . 1 1 1 - 1 I 1 1 1 1 A 7 1 - 1 - 1 - 1 1 1 - 1 1 - 1 - 1 -1 - owl J Stelnke Beat' urck L Krusc ka O sen N Bredendlck eutsch Hyde :ss Klser Row Q Grcsenz D Hanson Wruck Kramer Boehm C Kruse J Bylaw Mtls G Cufmngs T Smith Kos loske Sommr-r Den Dooven 2Habla Vcl Espanol? Do you speak Spanish? You do If you were a mem ber ofthe Spanish Club The club was composed of all the members of the second year Spanush class They set aslde one day a month to learn more about the culture of the Spanish speakmg countrnes and to prac tnce therr Spamsh un recreatuonal actlvltues The hughlught of these meetmgs came when the club celebrated Chrnstmas In the true Spamsh manner The pmata breaking was the cllmatnc moment when all partook of the scattered sweets Student ofhcers and Mass Klser planned the meetmgs In Other Words Myths mosancs almost anythnng auded second year Latin students rn understandlng that the ancuent Rom ans were people too During one class period each month students par tnclpated rn educatlonal and soclal actlvltnes centered around acuent Roman culture Io Saturnalla rang through the halls at the Chrnstmas party The long an tlclpated Latun Banquet saw wearers of stollas and togas eat pumpkin seeds and drank Innocent wme The clubs actrvmes were under the durectnon of Muss Peterson and Mrss Kuser Row M Schulz Graversen Lashua K Huppler Munsche P Wrllnums Kay L Germuga Tolversen Renerson E Poellmger S Ryan E Evans D Murphy Row Miss Peterson D Schuelke Millar Mott Keating D Perry S Hoover Brezlnskl Llnk S Olsen C Heller Pller Karen Schindler K Madsen Mrotek Kryslak Miss Klser Row Bloom Wenneche B Bogrand Wamsley B Barnes M Hauser B Ellls K Mahoney J Julius J Hauser Cochrane Jack G Meyer Pyott Krull Leffel Caple B Meyer Row Hnelsberg Gunderson G Roou G Kessler Banks J Ankerson S Kung Wilson Llntner Hochholzer J Lemke Cuthn Sher Hassler R Kaufert P Sell 1 77 1 ,Wt - I A T cs 'Am ass ,K ,Q yu , sy ya W k k L . ' lx H I . s L R : I I ly' . - , Mn' ., QS .' St , . h , N. ' Q D , P. , M' f :Rf V . tn , m - va L. P , K. , to g " X' 121'Z1l3"2 , 4 - , A , 3 3 . 'Z Z' 'I ,, w Row.3: T. Pawlacyk, S. Stilp, - , , .Z rr N 77 . . . - l . , . I . . . . . T . . . . . ,, - H . - . . . . . . ,,. ,, . , . . . . . 31 , , . , , A , - , - ' . - , - ' . - . , . - N . 1 1 ,- Row l B Babcock Llebelt le Blanc Campbell Mott T SlTlall1 aw 2 R Bredendlck Hensen Nnemuth Kofnet ka Steal Armbruster Bull Mlss Roper We Speak the Universal Language All rnght lets have those bass notes come through Miss Ropers constant admomshments kept Boys Cholr members on thenr musucal toes all year At thelr twlce a week meetlngs they lolned ln smgnng new selections as well as harmonizing on the old favorites Thelr rlch full voices entertamed at the Chrustmas pro gram and competed at the Sprung Festival, too Elected to lead the group were presndent Tom Mott secretary and roll keeper, Tom Smuth first sem ester and John Babcock, second semester and treas urer Bob Bredendlck Dnssonant sounds gradually became pleasung har mony as members of the Girls Cholr struggled late after school to perfect their snngmg Chonr members were among the nnnovators of thus year s festive Chrnst mas program Hardly catchnng their breath the gurls feverishly began plans for the annual musnc festlval held m Aprnl Elected as ofllcers were Betty Carlson president and Sue Flsher and Sue Flenschman secretary treasur ers Marlorne Erlckson accompanied the chour under the dlrectlon of Mlss Roper Row Blohm Hutchmson J Luebke Rohr Ebben Mass Roper C Clark C Peterson S Cottrell J Hauser Allen Jacobson Row M Palmer Lornson B Gibson Schultz Erickson S Benedlct D Demeny Berkley Hammel J Kramer Hartzhelm C Sauer Buchanan Mertz M Schwerln Row C Nehrlng Hoelzel L Fuss E Burt Cornellus Fischer Whttlng J Strutz DeJardrne Dobberpuhl Schmellng Pues Carlson Koepke Row Hass Sternke Thlessen P Reinhardt Martln Gore J Gallmener Gehrke Frederlck S Flelschman Gerrlts 78 I . , , R : . 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J A ' '. 2 K a J l Q lx ' , fax, 41271 5 ' Sharp Songsters The enoyment of good muslc and a love of sungung filled the Mtxed Choir wlth wllllng volces Mass Roper chose members from those with prevlous experlence for the best musical blending In addnt-on to forty publuc appearances during the year solos duets and groups entered the Sprung Musuc O come all ye faithful carols Terry Tafl and other members of the three choirs Every year carollng through the halls the choirs added to the Icy and beauty of the Yuletlde season at NHS Flatten Opposltlon Festnval here at Neenah Elected presldent for the year 1958 59 was Helen Loehmng wuth John Puerce as secretary and Kathy Kurtz as treasurer James Vogt provuded musacal accompann ment for the cholr Rowl Mnss Roper Gracyalny K Kurtz Benoit P Peters Aggers Row? Miracle Tebon T Taft Pnerce J Vogt Row 3 Loehnmg Motl M Smith Krull Beckstrom B Ellis Raw 4 Nebel T Hrubeclmy Steffen Angell Llntner 79 11 - 11 1 - 1 1 t 0 I 1 1 1 ti, .N . -:,N:f lk L' A . I .. .Y A : I I ' I 1 - 1 - 5 1 1 ' 1 1 A, 'd ', I 1 l 1 - 1 1 , ' A , . 1 - 1 , . . . , 'l I' t 5 1 - 1 1 s W , . 1- 3 -, 4- vw 1 . . if 'S 15 ' lit? Row l: De Long, N. Houts, lewis, B. Hansen, Mr. Schulze. Row 2: J. Plucker, Tolversen, McCrory, S. Babcock, Tyriver, Norenberg, Wamsley, C. Gallmeier. Row 3: J. Smith, N. Read, Badtke, Babbitt, G. Burt, Crooks, Barthule, Everson, R. Blohm, B. Young, Dwelle, Day. Row 4: P. Hedberg, C. Nobbe, J .Blank, D. Radondt, Kelly, Skafte, Gaustad, S. Houts, J. Nelson, M. Sell, Hruska, Hewitt, Angermeyer, Bayley, Reifsnyder, Gollnow. Row 5: Du Choine, Marine, S. Hildebrand, T. Stelow, Krueger, Wilms, J. Jensen, Mantor. One, two, set, play! Whether the band struck up a rousing street march or a concert number, it made a distinct contribution to the activities of NHS. The seasons could be distinguished by anyone with a sharp ear as the ninety-nine piece band took part in the Homecoming festivities, put on a Christmas concert with the combined choirs, and provided musical background for Baccalaur- eate and Commencement exercises. At the Fox River-Lake Shore Music Festival at Mani- towoc, the following members of the band received the A Flash The Pep Band, with blazing red sweaters and rousing tunes, added to the enthusiasm of the spectators at basketball and football games. The newness of the sweaters was matched only by the recent pop tunes which the group played under students directors Joan Plucker, Bonnie Bogrand, and John Severson. The band 80 Band Wins Fame At highest awards: cornet duet-Bill Dau and Dick Dwelle, flute trio-Mina Dee, Elynor Evans, and Roberta Erdman, flute-clarinet duet-Elynor Evans and Helen Tolversen, cornet duet-Marilyn Kuhr and Dave Heilsburg, trom- bone duet-Barbara Law and Carol Taft, flute duet- Sharon Lewis and Barbara Hansen, flute solo-Elynor Evans, cornet solo-Dave Hielsburgp clarinet solo-Mary Kelley, bass solo-Kathy Kruse, clarinet solo-Helen Tol- versen, and oboe solo-Mary Tyriver. Mr. Schulze di- rected the bond. of Color also added color and Rocket spirit at pep assemblies and at the October Quarterback Club meeting. Mr. Schulze, the advisor, selected members from the Senior Band. A different group was chosen for both the football and basketball seasons so that more people would have a chance to participate. ini' lf ' av - . p- uno-:nga-vm Row l: Row 2: Row 3: Row 4: Row 5: Qi ,Us 4 if 1 , ,v JF iff' 'Fc ' lw1i gr Ryan, Pedersen, R. Erdmonn, Dee, E, Evans. Schreiber, B. Frank, Jaehnig, Dieckhoff, M. Boehm, J, Kessler, T. Hanson, J. Bylow, Lyon, Peck, Mennes, Anderson, J. Burr, R. Larson, S. Babbitt. Severson, M. Kuhr, Hielsberg, Thorpe, Harder, L. Nobbe, Law, C. TQH, Siinger, DeBenede1to, T. Gibson, T. Peferson, J. Babbitl. Remmel, G. Cumings, K. Kruse, W. Zimmerman, Hedlund, Howe, Rawson, P. Sell, E. Olson, B. Bogrcnd. Concerts ancl Homecoming asf!" -1, .....3"""""'e R Row l: Plucker, Barthule, McCrory, Tolversen, Wilms, Krueger, Marine, Dee, E. Evans, S. Babcock, J. Smilh. Row 2: B. Bogrand, B. Blohm, Bayley, Angerrneyer, J. Kessler, M. Boehm, R. larson, Wamsley, Gollnow, Kuhr, Hielsberg. Row 3: Severson, DeBenedet1o, Stinger, J. Babbiti, T. Peterson, G. Cumings, K. Kruse, E. Olson, P. Sell. .,.,-1--"""M -25 , ,. .... 31' I-Q... . .- Row B Muller F Grunske Pelkey G Olson C Peterson Schmetzer J Evans Landsverk J Long Burt M Huppler J Zeunert Wrlms B Krueger C Clark Row M Kuhr J Zlck J Meyer Hole Klesmlt J Jullus Morehouse M Schnender C Wlmer B Schneuder Mertz Kofler Thompson Judle Alsteen M Peterson J Kramer Caple Stafteld Miss Fnrkus Row N Schultz Crooks L Andersen Hobart Metko S Jacobson P Muller Van Gompel H Kruse J Evans Bunn Forsythe R Schultz Roussln Plucker C Krause Hayes Zehner Row Buxton A Kramarczyk Hoover Berendsen B Johnson Yeager Foster Jpe S Madsen H mmel T Wells V Z k B Kuhr Konop Foley R Erdmann Ebben Ostrowskl P Reinhardt Dolechek Domestlclty Plus Home Economucs Club members could sometumes be found grouped anxlously around an oven wantmg for a batch of delncuous goodues They were found elsewhere, too, as they developed an Interest ln home moknng Bake sales the Student Councll Chnstmas Tea dances and the Semor Mother Daughter Banquet were lukely places for club members to practice the domestlc arts In theur spare tame members made lewelry whuch was sold to supplement the club treasury President for the year was Mary Jane Schnelder Assnstnng her were Jean Salm vuce presldent Shnrley Rosenthal treasurer and Ruth Schultz secretary Muss Flrkus was the club s advlsor Small But EHGCTIVS Once when the double bell called us to an assem bly we were entertained by a professuonal race track driver Mr Tony Bettenhausen He vlgorously stressed the practical slde of safety and stock car racmg Thus excrtlng program was sponsored by the Safety Club to teach driver safety The club has a long record of promoting safety In hugh school and In the clty of Neenah Membershlp was open to any boy or gurl who was Interested un furthering safety measures and who wanted to work toward that end Instead of dues a low rate of teen age accudents rewarded the club Mr Chrustoph ad vnsed actlvutles 82 Mclazn De Jardine Wlmer Klng r Christoph B Crane W Van Marter Hlttenmlller lf - ' 1 - 1 1 - 1 - 1 1 - 1 1 - 1 1 - 1 - l 1 4 1 21 - 1 - A 1 - 1 1 ' 1 1 I 1 1 - ' 1 - A 1 - ' 1 1 1 1 31 - 1 1 - 1 1 1 - 1 1 ' 1 1 - 1 - 1 1 1 1 1 4: 1 . 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 0 1 . 1 U 1 - 1 - ic 1 . 1 Row 5: Schroeder, Mayefski, N. Olsen, J. Blank, K. Syring, Bramer, J. Salm, Ruscher, K. Kruse, Bisel, K. Cumings, Angermeyer, Rosenthal, . . C . I . . I . . - . , . . . l I . . I 1 . , - 4 . , . . . I . - . I . . I Q , 5 , . . . I - . , . . . . . S. ' S' . C. ' S. ' M . I R- . . Row Row Row Row M Anderson D Meyer Dahl Dangle Sklbbo B Bondow Hordell Mr Buck Kopitzke C Mahoney Froze L Klassen R Frevnd Lauger B Newton A Jones Zwicky Ron Ehlers S McLain C Schaefer Loynd C Wimer Robert V ster S Clark D Schulz Loynd Christlohn Sedo D urr Palmqulst Dochel Banks Audio Visual Anders The flick of a switch and a whirring machine an nounced another Prolection Club member hard at work assisting a teacher about the assembly types of equipment Maintenance of slide prolectors and other Mr Buck supervised Progectiomsts received instruction and operation of at least three to become qualified operators protectors tape recorders movie apparatus was also emphasized members and directed the club activities from his Library Office honey Jackie Gerrlts On Every Corner Under the supervision of Mr Christoph the hall monitors of NHS carried out their obligations of court esy, service, honesty, and courage as outlined in the Hall Monitors Code Duties included supervising the halls guiding vis: tors running errands for teachers, and examining hall permits and absence slips Only those students who were trustworthy and needed no supervision were elngi ble for a monltorlal post Row Steckling Aggers Bloom K Spxegelberg K Nehring B Krueger Y Manteufel C Bemowslu E Olson C Misslnng Huhn Judy Track Crawford Dee Jean Salm J Ebben T Boehm Row K Kruse N Harder Hoppe A Loughrin Barbara Olson Haber J Koun Kreuter Pmgel Schlebler Chudacoft W Dennis Jan Alsteen P Blank Row Gresenz Hordell Paul Miller J Neubauer Malchow Busel Jill Bylow J Zimmer P Loughrm Pansy G Boegh Thomas R Kramarczyls Koerwltl Bruce Row T Welgt S McLain J Vogt Martin P Poellxnger J Ankerson J Quade Kuehl McKinnon R Sugden Bartlein S Kung D Olsen ... fit Q I: . , . , , ' , 2: . , ' , . , , 3: , . 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A .. 4- A 4- ' I 83 Row Fuss Palmquust B Ellls G Webb Row Mr Schuknecht Hardell Lauer D Cottrell Catlin Row Read Senslba Jay Beck McKellnps Keberleln Row Nlelson Rymer Martan Bayley Graebner Friendly Service Varsuty Service was both the name and the purpose of thus club We saw members ushernng at plays and basket ball games After every Rocket vuctory they precarnously climbed the planter In the glass corridor to hang a red and whute vnctory flag to create more school spnrnt Belnevung that one of the most valuable purposes of any school actnvuty ns to provude a sense of comradery Mr Schuknecht held an elegant banquet at the Valley Inn for the members durmg Chrustmas vacataon Larry Rymer and Ned Read presndent and vnce presudent respectively served as ofllcers Books Are Puck up your books and report to your study hall' was a constant warmng as Mr Buck reminded students that the library was for work not talkung Serious study was continually accomplished here however because books were filed term paper sources were found and students were helped by the student labranans Lubrary Club members must have a B average and 84 K Boehm S Fleuschman Janet Alsteen N Bredendlck S Nel son S Weyenberg P Hyde Row uck Patton I Thorne Benoit Ballard l. Krusch ka Row T Nelson B Allan Wenneche J Bu r R Buck Samue son Bowman Row Row Poelllnger DuChame Swenson Kopltzke J Zummer Pat lar son S Osen Our Friends an Interest nn lnbrary work They receuved puns for one year s partlcnpatlon and then books for longer member shup as a reward for theur servlces Headung the group were Pat Hyde president Sharon Nelson vtce presndent and presldent elect and Ton: Nelson treasurer . l - I , . I - I l: , ' , . ', . . 2: . , , , . , ' . 3: , ' , , ' , '- 4: ' , , ' , , . . 1 Q N l: . , . ' , , I ' ' I ' A , . , . . ' 2: Mr. B , , J. St'lp, ' 1 ' I ' I I ' 32 - . - , f . r , . , l , ' A 42 ' 1 ' , , K, 4 -F r - 4 ' N . , . I . L -K L, U H , ,, . . . . . , , , . . . - . 1 1 ' ' , , 1 I , ' 1 1 ' 7 . , - Row Jull Bylow J Harker Swenson Lyon Goustad Kurchgeorg Joan Bylow M Quade Patton Deutsch Paul Trans Row R Blohm lx Thompson D Chrustottersen Pertaun Remmel B Frank M Harker P Moder Reuerson Cochrane Syl vander Verstegen Bowman B Muller Sperka Row Fuscher Pu Buchanan Kellogg A Petersen J Nelson Talbot B Barnes Bullungs Gehrke Hanaman B Wolterdung Jack K Huppler B Meyer L Fuss Long Row F Block T Wruck D Dwelle Day Creenfleld T Krautkramer Sumerson S Huldebrand D Wolterdung Ney Vogt S tulp Row Bayley Kuester B Krueger L Perry J Moder Strange D Martuny J Quade J Jones D Johnson Den Dooven Palmquust T Pawlacyk Sku Trolls Those who luked the snow, cold, and to fly over the snow on long thun strups of wood found ut a must to uoun the Sku Club Meetungs were held to arrange for sku trups to elect oftlcers and to teach begunners skuung fundamentals Early burds enuoyed sku trups down the slopes of Iron Mountaun John Kurchgeorg presudent, Tonu Nelson, vuce presu dent and Jull Bylow secretary treasurer were the officers of the club thus year Coach Harland Carl was the advusor and chaperon on trups Into Grbut Scuence played an untegral role thus year both un world aftaurs and un the Scuence Prouects Club Fueld trups guest speakers and student lectures stumulated greater unterest un the members and promoted the fur ther development of scuence un the hugh school Students also worked on prouects Under the durectuon of Mr Krause the club elected the followung people as officers Jum Banks, presudent, Davud Loynd vuce presudent Dems Zwucky secretary treasurer and Bull Day and Duck Dwelle reporters Rowl a D Clark J Babcoc rueger Suer B us Rudofl Klunker Row Luebelt Palmqunst Nuckasch Bord J Bogrand Dwelle N Read Reuchel R Zummerman Zwucky Chrustuanson Row 3 Martun Graebner Bayley Loynd Banks Hrubecky B Clark Cogger 85 lr ' , - , , , , ' , f - . , , , - 2: . , '- , - , u - , . , . , - , , , - , , , - , - 32 f . , , - , - . , - , , , , - , 41 - , - , - , , 7 , . , , . , . , , , . 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Q. 9, ' 3' W ' 5 .Q 'f ' " ' Q xl ' ' I . ,,L 1 l .Mo AFM W A I,,:,A 'I 3 O-wi ,fp ff 'Q ,A ,, v, ' f' f i E V , , if W 1 9' 5 J 2 srumam LIFE The great end of Iifeeis not knowledge but action. - K THOMAS HENRY HUXFEY 1' . rv? As the annual Pep Parade filed down Wlsconsm Avenue the students were the first to wut ness the event durung the day This met with the approval of many The Jumor class walked off wuth the honors for their wunmng float Looks Luke We Dun Em Donut whuch dns played a clever theme and a lot ot work oils' H4 NAL Homecoming A brlght clear October day provided a perfect settmg for our Homecommg Court Queen Sharon Schwerun and underclass men attendants Karen McNeil Sue Flelschman and Kathy Flerschman wear red and whute corsages presented to them by the Pep Club ff 88 ini. if 4-r"""" All 4y"'!g The Rockets smashnng 21 l3 vlc tory over Kaukauna cllmaxed thnll packed game The soft musnc and gay spnrlt of the Homecoming dance made the day complete Alter the coronatuon Prom Kung Duck Wer lung gazes at his scepter while Queen Susan McConnell smiles for her sublects To the strains of Sayonara the royal couple then began the evening s dancing Treosured Moments at Grientol Interlude The mystery of the Orient and the mood of an mter Iude were the themes for the 'I958 Junior Prom Incense Ient on intriguing odor to the dreamy atmosphere cre ated by a huge golden Buddha and arched Japanese bridge which spanned a pool of shimmering blue water The Junior class president, John Kurchgeorg and his Sue Ron Harvey and his orchestra provided the music for the evening A continuation of the Prom featured hu fu music delicious food and a short movie Cllmaxmg months of planning and much hard work under the dl rection of general chairman Sue Frakes and Don Mar tiny the new gym was lngeniously decorated to por The large gold Buddha was the hugh point of the prom decorations Gathered around It gust before the evening festivities began are the members of the prom court John Klrchgeorg Bonnie Wolter cling Dan Jack Sue Fralles Nancy Jack and Don Martlny 89 . 4 . i F . S . ,f K ll . ll date, Bonnie Wolterding, crowned King Dick and Queen tray the theme, "Oriental Interlude". . I A ,, L I' A 1 X. I 'N S' E f. . by X , rf , is I . I . i i I h. ' 1 it x, I gg II I ssssfd I ' ff' I is Variety Show Detailed planning, hard work, and tense anticipation all contributed to the success of the Variety Show. General Chairman Elynor Evans discusses produc- tion problems with committee members Barbara Meyer, Pete Millar, and Jim Banks. is N,-his . Continuing the international syncopa- tion, Lynne Eastwood, Nancy Houts, and Sue Buchanan rehearsed their interpre- tation of the highland fling. Character- ized by whirlwind glimpses of various countries and the beat, the theme was cleverly conveyed throughout the evening. 90 fvi X Qs K Xin - "World Beat" resounded through the auditorium when the juniors presented the 5th Annual Variety Show. Here a chorus line of iunior boys makes a hilari- ous attempt at the can-can. ..- . i sig iaanlfilfs-lr ku t l'n vis General Motors PREVIEW OF PROGRESS showed the stu dents the wonders which tomorrow wull hold A GM repre sentotlve demonstrated a solar cell a whlrrung gyroscope and numerous other recent developments A hula hoop and a Halloween mask dns gunsed Jerry Erdman symbollzmg a Two Ruvers Ralder Each of the conference schools was represented In our Homecoming pep assembly From Japan to nuclear scuence, students and faculty were entertained and educated by drverse assemblies To gam speaking experience, some of our classmates were chosen to untroduce the programs The lammed packed gymnasuum wntnessed many fascnnatung excursnons to new hornzons Spon sored by the Student Councnl selected assemblues mcluded Tony Betten hausens safety program Sud Wnlluams lecture during Brotherhood Week and the Unnversuty of Wnsconsln s orchestra Seventh hour pep assemblies roused Rocket spurut to new heughts The Pep Club experimented wnth a new Idea thus year the Battle of the Sldellnes In whuch the classes cheered their enthusnasm for vlctorles Because the danly routnne was broken, we returned to classes much refreshed and ready to learn Nw N6 Probably one of the best accepted pep assemblles was entitled Battle of the Sldelmes during whuch all four classes competed for cheering honors 8Team cheerleaders listen t Clap' Stamp' whsle yudges Carl Jorgensen and Sheperd awant the results 91 l t , t r . . , . 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' - O H I .ff 1 f Roman Banquet A merry flute played Gauduamus lgntur as the marriage procession wended nts way to the brude s house Elynor Evans Jud: Caple Vnrgunua Bloom Bonnue Bogrand and Lots Germuga led the parade of well wlshers Sluts and entertaunment cllmaxed the Roman feast Above Mollle Harker recelves her lubatuon of Innocent wane from Linda Cox chief slave at the punch bowl All tlrst and second year Latm students partlcupated In n authentuc banquet characterized by Roman customs and food Flrst year slaves summoned by hand claps were grven a vngorous workout as they hurried to do thenr masters blddmg 92 The highlight of all Conservatuon Club actlvutnes as the annual chlln supper To enloy thus each member must deprive two rabblts of their freedom In preparation to thus event Barbara Law and Barbara Hanson bunlt thelr rabbut traps - a 'tv H4 -A , ' r t M, , X ,V . of l 1, Q , 4 , ,.t:7k:' 4 5 1 ft l t Il s - ll V . , . 0 V . , ' t A- as I A up , , . . .. . G ' I - I . 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Q A i c Hughlughtung Neenah s Fourth of July us the spectacular Venetuan Parade Annually Neenah Hugh School gurls have the honor of reugnung over thus event Thus year s court wull feature Joann Weugt as queen Her attendants wull be sen uor Judu Caple uunuor Barbara Allan sophomore Mary Pluer and freshman Lunda Fuss Swush' goes the ball and another basket us chculked up lor the Rockets Often durung the year Neenah fans were on the edge of theur seats Arms wave mouths fall agape and school spurut us pro claumed to all un thus typucal pucture ofthe students Spurut such as thus us evudenced at most sport events held at NHS As the call comes over the Publuc Address System to the Senuors that theur graduatuon announcements have arruved they realuze The exchangung ot name cards us only one of the many ways for tryung to preserve the happy memorues and fruendshups ot theur hugh school years Puctured are Jum Markettu Senuor Class Treasurer who us dustrubutung announcements to Carol Nobbe Tum Gre senz and Sue Frakes r"'11 Cl' 93 ' ' ' ull? 421 15 T ll' ' I'-s. ,nn u, .g . ' L . . . , I: ,,, . yrfl . . X , . 'lt . I . I . . ' 'L that graduation is only a few weeks away. fy f' ' 1- A 1 . l I . . . . l . V ' I . s ,.g:.b' W ' 'u x s 4 X s ,f ' 4 Y. A , f, " ' - iff' " he PK-1? On Stage Jim Jensen, playing the part of the Swineherd, is regarded cooly by Princess Bonnie Wolterding in "The Princess and the Swineherd". The play was a typical fairy tale in which the prince won the beautiful maiden. However, in the middle of the first night's performance, play-goers and actors alike were aghast when the curtain caught fire. But in the tradition of the theater everybody filed back into the auditorium and the show went on lll meet you on Highway 77 Ron Fuss instructs Doris Remmel in the one act ploy The Case of the 'oy life was the theme of this enter taining comedy Also featured on the playbill were Man ln The Bowler Hat and Gone Tomor row , H H ll I ' ll , ll ' 1 Crushed Petunias". Learning to en- 9 . ,, if H - I If 1 Q The wmter play thus year was an ageless farce by Mollere The Doctor In Splte of Hlm self Martine portrayed by Sue Hammnl gnves her husband Sganerelle George Hrubecky a scoldung for has laziness whale she must care for her family Encouraged by Sganerelle wood cutter turned doctor Leandre Jum Vogt and Luclnde Sue Flscher enloy reuniting with each other Because of a father who wants has daughter to marry unto money Luclnde had to meet her true lover Leandre an secret Porter Van Ramlch gingerly carrues oft stage the leaky hot water bottle bestowed upon hum by an old maud pas senger Ron Fuss stage manager un Pullman Car Hiawatha views the actuon with amusement This enloyable play wrntten by Thorton Wulder was a new experlence to NHS play goers as nt featured a stage completely devoid of scenery The only propertues were the chanrs used to form the tram car With Thesplans 95 - 1 1 1 - 1 1 ' 1 I . - 1 1 1 1 o 0 t l 1 t 1 1 1 1 , . 1 1 1 - EIA! Honored Athletes Receuvmg the honors thus year as must valuable player on the basketball squad was guard Bull Kuehl Bull also was the hlghest over all scorer for the season and garnered honors for the hlghest score un a srngle game Elected co captams of thus year s football squad by the team members were Don Jensen and Jerry Moder Jerry also recelved the trophy for the most tackles Voted most valuable player was quarter back Bull Kuehl Jack., Posing for thelr plcture before a tense Neenah Menasha basketball game are freshmen cheerleaders Jer: Stllp Carol Jung Mary DlECkl'1OH Molly Harker and Jane Loughrln The enthusrashc support of these gurls anded the frosh basketball team to a second place berth m thenr conference Men Teachers Perform to Provide Scholarship asf- Men teachers Gundlach Schuknecht Dunwuddne Chagnon Bartelt Thom and Anderson entertain students wuth a rnotous fashnon show The Masses Grull Severson Lner and Mertens In basketball sults and overslzed shoes lead the men teachers to a somewhat questionable vnctory over the N Club All set to clamp on the tlynng strlps of wood Skt Club members pause for a picture Regular expeditions to Iron Mountam and other ska resorts challenged the technlques and skulls of the skners Memorles of flying snow and conquering new slopes shall remain In the mmds of the Sk: Club members v .lc M, .. .M Y C x x l l' -m. 4' x I, .4 Q' Q U' Bulletm boards were plastered with eye catchung posters durmg electlons Hard working nomunees fought for space In thenr efforts to capture class votes Here Susan Babbitt and George Dux weugh the quallticatnons of opposmg candldates Drlvmg campaigns typlfy the spurut of NHS O pH3r1QRr.: FLLEN X 98 The culmmatlon of one of the most vngorous campangns an our hugh schools hnstory was electron day Tense expres snons reflect the dnfticulty of the declsnons The lobby of the new gym was filled wuth the buzzmg of students as they wanted to exchange thenr temporary ac tlvlty tlckets at wmdows manned by the ROCKET Staff The actlvlty ticket guaran teed the students full partlclpatlon In the school sponsored acttvutnes is 5 , 1 1 It in . . . . , 'U' A4 X sg s L 'i 1, ft ' ' ..t, .. 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NHS after dark turns unto a world of brlght lnghts dancrng and musrc as party goers flock to the old gym Just one example of thus precedent was the gala Sophomore Dance where this prcture of Ginny Meyer and Dan Mur phy was snapped Tom Mules spun pop tunes for the dancers In the mrdst of the silent snow flakes Dave Sommer Pattr Wrllrams and Tom Syrung laughed delnghtedly as they contemplated the mountnng snowdrlfts Twice thus year students awoke to flnd heavy bllzzards block ang roads and hultmg transportatuon Tests ond term papers were postponed a day whale students engoyed an un expected vacatuon Wrldly patterned argyles were the key note at the Home Ec Clubs Soc Hop Jolly Medley awarded prnzes for the most outstandmg socks and MCd the program Though the results were corns and blisters everyone agreed rt was the best ever 440 ,ri .EUR xnwx up as-my Q .Qsuwf ' on U 3, -1 was 'ht W -an " ev N M as .av U 1 sroms To have sntriyen, to have made on effort 49his ulqne is worthetthe sfruggle., ' sin WlLLlAM -OSLER Row Row Row Row Jerry Hensen, Hoppe, G. Ellis, Beck, A. Peterson, S. Stilp, Moder, Jim Hensen. Coach Carl, R, Ellis, Millar, Dennis, R. Miller, Fohrenkrug, Felton. Julius, Johnson, Jape, La Selle, Tonn, Price, Dachel, Getschow. D. Hirschy, Moen, Koehn, Mott, Goetz, D. Hanson, Sharpe, Voster. CONFERENCE STANDINGS Menasha 6 O Neenah 5 I Kimberly 5 'I Clintonville 3 2 Kaukauna 3 3 Shawano 2 5 Two Rivers 'I 6 New London O 7 3.-ss W- v. - - I., tr' -2-5' Ex- S-an ROCKET GRIDDERS The NHS football team completed its first year under the guidance of head coach Marlon Batterman with a very respectable 6-'I-'I record. Assisting Mr. Batterman were Coaches Carl, Braun, and Bartelt. The Rockets started the season with cn victory over Fond du Lac, and then proceeded to win five conference games, lose one, and tie another. The only loss Q7 to 61 was to conference champion, Menasha. The thirty-seven members of the fine squad who earned letters were about evenly divided between senior I02 Neenah Neenah Neenah Neenah Neenah B" SCOREBOARD 6 Kimberly 8 Kaukauna T9 Two Rivers 0 Menasha 6 Shawano Bill Kuehl hands oft to Bill Fahrenkrug as Mitch Miller clears the way.. 0 7 20 I2 24 GRAB SECOND and iunior participants. Jerry Moder and Don Jensen were selected as honorary co-captains, and Bill Kuehl was named most valuable player. Three boys were placed on the all-conference team: Bill Kuehl, Harlan Hirschy, and Dick Bruce. Jerry Moder, Dale Ramish, and Jim Beck received honorable mention. If the performance of the JV's, under Coach Bartelt, is any indication of the future, Neenah can expect a successful year in 1959. The team's 2-3 record won for them second place in the conference. Row Row Row Row 4 .fs - ke Kuehl, Jensen, Rymer, H. Hir schy, Bruce, Ramich, Laflin Strange. Lintner, Halle, M. Miller Braun, Babcock, Zenisek, Coach Batterman, Coach Braun, D. Geiger, M. Stilp, Sauby Sell, T. Hensen, T, Stelow Lonzer, Wilson. M. Heinz, M. Anderson, lhcle Schmick, G. Bayer, Sherman Huebner, Althaus. . if' lla!! ,R Opposing players find the Neenah line an almost invincible wall. If VARSITY SCOREBOARD Neenah Fond du Loc 6 Neenah Kimberly I3 Neenah Clintonville 7 Neenah Two Rivers 13 Neenah New London 7 Neenah Menasha 7 Neenah Shawano 7 Neenah Kaukauna T3 Mike Lintner makes the tackle, as Bob Tollefson runs up to offer assistance. 4 1 J 1 103 S X, 5 it it V, he V V,-29,0 .g A has Q jiygn ,,.,, ..x, t . H "se'v-"-+Fiff"" ff WPA fi 5 it I 8 ti g - ,Q V 3 3. '. ,, ,X A 4, F 5 'A ' up 'ft 'ga 'Sig E. 3 5' i Q . . A - . , so . W R aw l: Christoflerson, Howe, Schwerin, Hildebrand, Miller, Zimmerman, Timm, Shockley, Jensen, Bukar, Demerath. Row 2: Simerson, Stroemer, King, Halewinski, Hewitt, Dwelle, Selle, Albrecht, Ebben, Wittlinger, Westgor, Craig. Row 3: Couch Anderson, Track, Johnson, Pollnow, Mennes, Millar, Talarczyk, Day, O'Leary, Began, Walker, Coach Shepard. Row 4: Hrubecky, Gilbertson, Stinski, Burton, Witeck, Wisniewski, Diedrich, Greenfield, Larson, Sopkovich. SCOREBOARD Neenah 6 Roosevelt O Neenah l8 Kaukauna 0 Neenah 39 Wilson 0 Neenah 44 Menasha 7 Neenah 51 Kimberly 12 "Aw, come on, rel!" wails Hans Christoflerson, as he and Dale Howe walk oft the field. FIRST FOR FROSH With an unblemished record of five wins and no defeats, Neenah High School frosh gridders began their high school careers in a blaze of glory as they walked off with their conference championship. Much of their success was due to the untiring efforts of Coaches Shepard and Anderson, who piloted the team to victory. Twenty-four players received awards in recognition of their outstanding ettorts. Material from this remarkable team gives NHS football fans good reason to be extremely optimistic about the Varsity team in the years to come. A Menasha drive for valuable yardage is stopped by defenders Alex Millar, Joe Began, and Hans Christofterson. Row l: D. Heller, G. Ellis, Jim Hensen, Jerry Hensen, Wilson, J. Ankerson, Moder, Kuehl. Row 2: Coach Jorgensen, T. Smith, Braun, Sauby, Tollefson, J. Halverson, J, Jensen, Felton, Hoppe. The l959 basketball season proved almost as excit- ing to the loyal Rocket fans as it was to the fifteen boys on the Varsity squad. At the end of the season, the team had a record of nine wins and ten losses. ln con- ference play, the Rockets tied with Kaukauna for fourth place, with a total of seven victories and seven defeats. Letters were awarded to a total of twelve players, including eight seniors, three juniors, and one sopho- Surprise registers on Tom Smith's face as Dick Wilson goes down and around. GOOD PERFORMANCE more. Jon Halverson was chosen honorary captain, and Bill Kuehl was picked as most valuable player. Kuehl was also high scorer, with a total of 264 points, while Jack Ankerson was second, with 227 points. In tournament play, the Rockets defeated the Men- asha Blue Jays, but bowed to the Oshkosh Indians in the final game. The '59 season's past- bring on the '60 schedule, the Rockets are ready! J.V. SCOREBOARD Neenah Fond du Lac Neenah Wis. Rapids Neenah Ripon Neenah Appleton Neenah Janesville CONFERENCE Neenah Shawano Neenah Clintonville Neenah Kaukauna Neenah Two Rivers Neenah Kimberly Neenah New London Neenah Menasha Neenah Shawano Neenah Clintonville Neenah Kaukauna Neenah Two Rivers Neenah New London Neenah Menasha Neenah Kimberly lO6 VARSITY SCOREBOARD Non-Conference Neenah 49 Neenah 70 Fond du Lac Wis. Rapids Neenah 74 Ripon Neenah 47 Appleton Neenah 77 Janesville Conference ,N Neenah 49 Shawano Neenah 58 Clintonville Neenah 49 Kaukauna Neenah 55 Two Rivers Neenah 68 Kimberly Neenah 88 New London Neenah 71 Menasha Neenah 69 Shawano Neenah 59 Clintonville Neenah 65 Kaukauna Neenah 50 Two Rivers Neenah 66 Kimberly Neenah 84 New London A contested rebound o ght by R cket playe s Neenah 54 Menasha Jerry Mode, and ELEVATES HIGH HOPES Varsity Coach Jorgensen and J.V. Coach Shepard The fifteen member team finished the season with a made several shifts in players between the varsity squad record of eight wins to eleven losses including five non and the J.V.'s in an effort to find winning combinations conference games. In conference play their six victories and give needed experience. and eight defeats put Neenah in sixth place T. Hensen, Althaua, Steffensen, Mott, R. Johnson, Fahrenlcrug, P. Millar, M. Handle Hyde P Coleman, L. Rogers, Kneeling: D, Miller, Mr. Shepard. Rcwl T Syrung Kelly Carlson G Grles Thomson Scuby Row 2 Gibson Goetz Fahrenlxrug Broun D Jensen Bemowslu Heller OBrlen Row 3 Coach Braun Sell Steflensen T Hensen J Hensen Alvhuus M Muller Began FLYING DIAMOND SPIKES Don Bemowslu comes unto flrst base after one of the huts that made hum bnttlng champion 108 Sprung and baseball come slmultaneously for sports fans and the 1958 season saw the Red Rockets Held a flne team The twenty two man squad proceeded to wm four conference games and lose three to he wnth Shawano for thlrd place Funal season s record for Coach Letters were awarded to sux seniors flve lunlors and one freshman Members elected Gene Grues and Don Bemowsku as co captanns for the year Bemowsku was also batting champuon with a hugh 375 average SCOREBOARD NON CONFERENCE Neenah Oshkosh Neenah Neenah Neenah Neenah Neenah Neenah Neenah Neenah Neenah Neenah Algoma Algoma Rupon CONFERENCE Shawano Cluntonvulle Two Ruvers Kaukauna Kumberly New London Menasha 'Q Braun's team was six wins and five defeats. 3, , 1 , X O 6 6 0 4 7 4 ' T . . . 6 2 . . . g 7 . . 6 3 ' 0 4 6 0 ' 3 5 0 3 5 ,.--A A956 Fl Standing: Coach Williams, D. Anderson, Hoppe, Mrotelc, Read, Hilliker, Kosloslse, Whitney, Kuester. Kneeling: Koehn, S. Price, Wilson, E. Meyer, Valente, D. Reirson, J. Ankerson. NIMBLE NETMEN CHAMPIONS AGAIN . at w :Av I 1 .1 1 , A 1 fyfb, f. fy! li: 1 . . 1' 1 Y' in All Q Another season and another conference champuon Captann for the year was Ed Meyer The coveted shup for Coach Ivan Wnllnams nettersl After an 11 2 N was awarded to nme of the twenty mne hopefuls seasons record the Rockets nailed down second place Smce only three of these were sensors we can look at the Sectuonal matches held here at Neenah and forward to another successful season next year third place at the State Tournament Wnth eyes glued to the ball Steve Prnce gets ready to slum It across the net Neenah Neenah Neenah Neenah Neenah Neenah Neenah Neenah Neenah Neenah Neenah SCOREBOARD Appleton Appleton Fond du Lac Sheboygan Central Wauwotosa Kumberly Knmberly Menasha Menasha Oshkosh Mamtowoc 109 7 0 7 0 3 2 6 1 3 6 7 ' 0 7 ' 0 5 2 5 2 7 0 1 ' 6 l gil- ,AOW .gfis-3 A c,c, Qfff I A ,tg Row l: Row 2: Row 3: Row 4: u , .gif .Qj f , ' . V 1 N ve' 00' new f I XX 'IQ 2-5 5 v 'I 'il r Q w R L 4 'sz i 8 4 i f I cs De it le 2,9-"'f,yv'svF 6 e ci ft 5 D ti 6 .- X K " s'i, N, fit, ,' I 1 l M E Q A 4' L. ,W-,, . Q I ,Q ' 3 ' 1 'hr Q'- X 4- fe e - ,. ya , . . , , li ip XAV' J. Miller, R. Syring, J. Dixon, E. Den Dooven, R. Price, M. Bayer, W. Meyer, F. Seggelink, Tollette, H. Quade. E, Anderson, B, Krueger, R. Geiger, J. Hensen, Latlin, H. Fischer, Thorpe, Drews, J. Halverson, J. Quade, Rudolf. K. Martiny, Otto, L. Martin, Huebner, S. Den Dooven, Poellinger, Lintner, Sherman, Schaefer, R. Miller, P. Dennis, Gresenl. Mr. Porter, Greenfield, Mott, J. Nield, Howe, Bogrand, D. Geiger, Christofterson, Sperlca, W. Zimmerman, R. Johnson, A. Millar, Henke, Frank, Mr. Jorgenson. Row 5: Gunderson, M. Stilp, Hyde, Coleman, Peters, Bayley, Burr, Forsythe, Hewitt, Freund, Tonn, J. Moore, Moen, Hildebrand, Winters. Eric Anderson leads the pack in a distance run wth Wayne Rudolf not tar behind SCOREBOARD CONFERENCE Neenah Two Rivers Clintonville Kimberly Menasha Shawano Kaukauna New London V2 1 SECTIONAL Neenah Sheboygan Cen Sheboygan North Fond du Lac Oshkosh West Bend Beaver Dam '2 23V2 seg'-0'-M ON YOUR MARKS Once again this familiar cry rang out across the field at NHS as Coach Tom Porters track team ran through llS third undefeated season capturing first place in both con ference competion and the district meet Letters were awarded to twenty eight boys In 1958 five new records were set including mule J Quade pole vault F Seggelmk low hurdles J Muller shot put R Syrmg and medley relay E Anderson D Jack H Fischer and W Sawtell The strain of a hurdles race shows on the face of Jim Miller as he clears one of the obstacles 53 Yo.- .. . AIX 11 K 'sb 91 54 ' 46 . 49 W ' ' 27 41x jgfx ' 23 38 23. ' M 21 24 4 15 146 10 2 110 Dr? -leg Bock Row Coach Jorgensen Bob Hass Tom Smnth Jon Halverson Paul Valente Dennis Coleman Jim Quade Reuss Paul Poelllnger Dave Heller John Puerce Doug Wolterdmg Y FINE FIRST SEASON A new sport and a new school year began with a burst of fall colors as the 1958 cross country team put on theur splked shoes an preparation for thelr first season of conference competltlon Coach Ole Jorgensen s fine team took first place un four of seven meets lncludnng the conference run At State NHS Jrm Quade came an thnrd helprng our run ners to capture srxth place The twenty five boys sux of whom won letters elected Jam Quade and Paul Poelllnger as co captauns 555 A UE Paul Poelllnger and Jam Quade find that cross country running requlres o great deal of condutuonmg The starter s gun goes oft, the lane of runners surges forward and the two to three mule race us on Ill t and W Qs S A w 5 l 9 1 'f , ' ' Kg s SU 5 1 f 'J E-V ' I, , , I , J W M N ,V i he g QQ v a ts . . I . I . 'S K 4 .Z xv Y y r Front Row: Ralph Frank, Tom Drews, John x k K' A N . 53.24 j , , , - 4, , - , , . . :I .X , . , . I . . . J - 1 1 ' r . 1 N -EFF! sf' -2 3 Row Laflun Hoppe P Poellunger H Hurschy Wulson Jerry Hensen J Quade D Jensen R Frank T S rung Row J Halverson Fahrenkrug Braun D Heller Jum Hensen Strange J Moder Bruce S Stulp Row Rymer Arnold Petersen Pruce Sauby Felton Cumungs J Babcock Drews Tollefson Row J Schaefer D Muller M Stulp Valente W Rudolf Althaus Luntner Huebner M Muller Row P Denms Mrotek Sherman l. Peterson Mrllar J Ankerson Koehn Bayer D Ramuclfu Zeuusek LETTERMEN ARE BETTER MEN Extra currucular actuvrtues are a valuable part of our educatuon at NHS The N Club us composed of boys who have chosen sports as an actuvuty and have through skull developed by hours of hard work won a letter un theur chosen held Durung the basketball games ut was the N Club that manned the check room ln connectuon wuth thus the club bought several racks for the check room lo cated un the gym lobby Maun protect for the year was the zoom lens whuch the club purchased for the movue camera At the basketball tournament the members donated theur tume to usher and dustrubute programs These actuvutues were desugned to make the N Club member an udeal hugh school cutuzen through partucupa tuon un athletucs the practuce of sportsmanshup and unutuatuve un varued protects Members elected Jerry Hensen as presudent Don Jensen as vuce presudent and Jum Qucude as secretary treasurer Coaches Jorgensen Batterman Carl Braun and Wulluams durected the club ll? ' Jam Quade Jerry Hensen and Don Jensen move one of Q5 the coat racks whuch the N W Clu purchased unto he Y gg check room 6 qu-its . , , , . u--, L ., . . it It C X3 4 W A ' W '. fu 41 "' Vt ,urns X ' Xu r . , - , lt 1 fl J 'S lil x v .f a ' u 2: . , , , . u ' . , - , . - ' - 31 , u ' , , u ' , - . , . 4: . V - J V - U , 1 - 1 , l , f A I - . . . . t ' - 11 11 - ' - - - . . . .. . ,, ,, u . . I . . . , . . I . . ,, ,, . . . . . . . , . - ' I I - - f u 1 , 1 and 4 'X fi? ..'.jf'1g-, f" XX - , -"fx , si." . Y I' l , 5 Q an Mft 'A 1.-4 Varsfy Graversen Stmger Marllyn Verstegen Bowman Crawford Jlll Bylow PEP PROMOTERS Stamp' Clap' Stamp' Clap' The entnre gymnasnum was shaken to nts foundation when upperclassmen vued wnth underclassmen for class cheernng honors In the Battle of the Sudelrne Much of the credut however should go to our cheerleaders who mspnred Rocket Splrlt at Pep Assemblies and athletlc events The gurls were chosen from many asplrants by a IOIHT commnttee of Pep Club and faculty members Selectnons were made on the basus of pep vocal abrllty rhythm appearance and coordunatuon Once each week mem and theur alternates met wlth Mass Mertens to develop new cheers and put the pollshung touches on the old standards The sparklung lasses representlng all four classes of NHS selected Jane Bowman as captcun The season was brought to a clnmax by attendung the Basketball Awards Banquet B Squad Hanaman V M er J Gehrke K Ryan Poellrnger 113 is T-2 T r r .Q Q K 4 ' . 4 'N . s C1 Y if n . . ' ' ' I A . 1 I - ' ' ' bers of the varsity, B-team, and freshman cheerleaders 11 ' - H - ' ' - , , , . p I ' , , , - '75 ey , . , . .8 X O Row Row Row Row Row Marine Hruslxa Tyrlver B Barnes Eckrlch C Peterson Remmel Wenneche J Babblh Powlacyk Keflner K Thompson Joyce Julius Burl L Andersen Babbliz R Muller P Allan L Reinhard! N Olsen Mayefslu Rausch Kay Schindler R Buck K Ryan Bur Bnlllngs Bukor Gollnow Crooks Klesmlf Ploor Judy Zarnoih C Tnschleder S Landsverlt H Kruse Van Gompel De Long Hanaman M Necllasch Ellls K Kurlz G Meye M Boehm Sell Hole Rowlandson M Smnh Damrau Erdmann Grupe Karen Schindler Kay A Olson J Gehrlue Heller Pller J Johnson S Flelschmon Neablmg Kehl Poellunger Benoll Perry Malchow Blsel Fralxes J Neubauer Pat Larson Wruclx Paul C Gallmeler Evans S Babblll K Wllms Beafly M Huppler B Johnson Monlor ACHES AND PAINS OF SPORTS Row Row Row Row Row NOT LIMITED TO MALES Bullon B Allan G Thompson Kreuler P Williams L Zachow Mlss Merlens Grygney Thorne S Buchanan N Houls Wamsley Schwerln JIII Bylow Hyde Falck Blohm Coflrell K Huppler M Hauser Judy Jullus Relerson Tolversen C Kruse Molfl M Delardlne Cralg Cochrane Jack S Schwerln Pyo!! J Hauser Redlln A Loughrln Schanke Sylvonder Versfegen Brenenboch Chudocofl Roussnn Cople M:Crory Dee Bowman T Nelson S Grunslma Plucker Rogness N Newton Eastwood Holewmslu R Carlson B Meyer Schloemer S Nelson K Kruse S Olsen Bloom Bogrond Ponlow Wolferdlng Roslnskl Woeckner Polmbach L Germugo Longenberg Karuhn Graversen Zimmer Zeumer Glover Gerrlfls Freund Cafhleen Mahoney Halle J Harker K Modsen Traas Kes sler Ebben J Siemke DuCholne Kruschko D Alesch ld l lg ', , ',. , ', .,,, . ', , ,. , '. 4: I , , 'A" , ,. ,. , , ,, A , ', , ' , lg ,l. ,. , ,, " ,. ,' , , ,. , , , ,M. Row Lauger Yates J Nelson Hoelzel Mertz Dordel M Harker A Petersen S Lewls Mueller E Long Talbot S Meyer M Zachow Row Moder Pertarn J Nlckasch Geiger Stllp Quade Benjamin K Barnes J loughrun D Germuga B Kuhr Jaehnlg Drucks D Carlson R Heuuktll Walker Samson B Babbttts S DeJardrne Row J Klassrn Fuss Hoffman Peck C Nehrrng Cox Hass S Sauer Marohn Schrnetzer Blair Ernckson S Houts Kemponger C Taft Law Row Ross Augermeyer Nancy lornsan Francart Rumsey Breltrlck Patton Gaustad N Neubauer Swenson Lyon J Bylaw Kelley K Boehm Yeager Athletucs are no longer lumnted to the all male teams Here at NHS the Gnrls Athletic Assocnatuon, under Miss Mertens provlded our gurls wuth organlzed recreation New skulls were learned and lndnvldual talents In creased as members dnscoverecl new sports and par tncnpated an famnlnar ones When the snow fell, atten Pat McCrory and Mary Tynver watch as Barbara Crawford s shot goes up toward the basket tnon was turned to basketball, volleyball and pmg pong In sprung tennus attracted many members Actlve partlcn pants receuved awards for theur accomplushments Oftlcers were Sue Frakes, president Nancy Jack, vlce presudent, Karen Graversen, secretary, Jan Langen berg treasurer and Elynor Evans hnstoruan Whule Kathy Talbot Sherrln Ploor and Marthea Kay may not have as much skill as our Varsity basketball players they have no less fun at the game 115 . - QM V 3 J D ' Y , V 7 M W . , V 7 J .. 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I AI I I I INDEX Berndoerfler Rachel 24 39 67 73 Bernhagen Ronald 46 76 Best Thesplan Award 61 Beyer larry 46 Blebow James 46 75 Blettler Kenneth 42 Bllllngs Betsy 45 46 67 69 85 114 Blology Club 76 Blrr Mary 46 Blsel Karen 24 69 74 76 B2 83 114 Blalr LCIUYIB 50 74 115 Blaleskl Robert 46 Blank Judlth 46 69 80 82 Blank Patrlcla 42 68 83 Blank Thomas 50 Charrler Marcella 5 68 1 5 Chartrand Judlth Cheerleaders 113 Charepow James 50 105 Cholr Boys 78 Cholr Glrls 78 Cholr MIXed 79 Chrlstlansan John 46 76 85 Chrlstlohn Ronald Chrlstotferson Dlanne 85 Chrlstofferson Hans 50 104 110 Chrlstofferson Judlth 25 Chrlstoph George 9 82 83 Chrlstopher Connle 50 68 70 Chudacoff Merle 42 66 68 83 114 Drews Burtus 42 Drews Janlce 50 74 Drews Thomas 26 110 111 112 Drucks Jean 50 115 DuChalne Joanne 42 68 72 73 74 80 Ducommun Alfred 50 Dunwlddle Wllllam 9 68 72 97 Dwelle Rlchard 50 76 80 85 4 Eastwood Lynne 42 66 68 70 90 114 Eastwood Wllllam 50 76 Ebben Jaan 42 68 78 82 83 4 Bllss Paul 50 Block Fred 46 85 105 Block Block Blohm Blohm Bloom Blume Board Babb Boegh Boegh Boehm Boehm Boehm James 50 74 105 Marlfred 58 Margaret 42 68 78 114 Robert 46 76 80 85 Vlrglnla 42 66 68 77 83 92 Mlchael 50 72 73 75 of Educatlon 8 Kenneth 50 Glendone 24 83 Judlth 42 68 83 Karen 46 69 75 84 115 Mary Jo 46 69 75 81 114 Todd 25 74 77 83 4 Clhlar Clark Clark Clark Clark Janlce 50 65 68 Bruce 25 85 Carol 50 78 82 Dennls 46 85 Samuel 46 Ebben Thomas 50 104 Eckrlch Ann 46 69 114 Ehlers Rachel 46 Ehlers Ronald 42 83 Elllott Lynda 50 Elllott Wllllam 19 50 84 Bogrand B nnle 42 68 70 77 81 92 114 Bogrand John 46 66 85 110 Ballerman Donald 42 Bandow Bruce 50 74 83 Bondow Loulse 50 Borgan Harley O 8 63 Bork John 50 68 74 Bork I.a Donna 12 Bork La Vern 25 74 Bork Sharon 50 Bowman Jane 25 66 69 76 85 3 B P W S Award 58 Bramer Judlth 18 25 82 Braun Joseph 11 103 108 Braun Wllllam 42 103 06 10 12 Bredendlck Nancy 25 39 56 6 65 2 76 77 84 94 Bredendlck Robert 50 72 78 Clark Stephan 46 76 83 Cleveland Robert 50 68 74 Clough Beth 46 Clough Darrell 42 Clough Lynn 50 Cochrane Heather 41 42 66 68 77 85 114 Cody Wayne 24 Cogger Wllllam 46 76 85 Coleman Dennls 46 64 75 76 107 110 111 Caller Herbert 105 Colllns Rlchard 46 75 Conservatlon Club 74 75 Cook Josephlne 50 Cornellus Patrlcla 50 68 78 Cottrell Douglas 42 74 84 Cottrell Sondra 42 66 68 78 114 Cotter Ruth 11 Cowllng Sharon 50 Cox Llnda 50 68 92 115 Cralg WlllIGm 50 104 Cralg Carol 42 68 74 76 Cralg Charles 25 76 Crane Betty 14 46 69 73 76 82 Crawford Barbara 26 69 74 B3 Crooks Sandra 46 80 82 114 Cub 67 Cumlngs G ry 42 77 81 112 Cumlngs Kathleen 46 66 69 70 74 82 Els Els Els EIS EIS Betty 46 66 69 75 76 77 Gary 26 74 102 106 Rlchard 42 62 68 74 102 Robert 26 67 71 Wlllldm 26 85 Ely James 42 Erdman Fred 13 Erdman Jerry 19 Erdman Jon 50 Erdmann Roberta Erlckson Marparle Evans Elynar 42 9 92 1 4 Evans Jean 26 42 82 Evans Joan 82 Everson Janet 46 80 Faculty 10 Farenkrug Ms 13 8 2 68 76 7 81 Dethardt Davld 46 Breltrelter Spencer 4 Breltrlck Judlth 50 115 Breltrlck Norman 42 Brezlnskl Dorls 42 68 70 77 Brlll Gene 50 78 Brlen Earl 13 Blackman Barbara 25 83 Bruce Rlchard 25 69 83 103 Bruennlng Davld 42 Bryan Wayne 25 Buchanan Barbara 45 50 64 66 68 78 85 Buchanan Susan 42 68 70 90 114 Buck Charles 11 83 84 Buck Connle 50 Rta 46 66 69 72 74 84 Budowle Rlchard 50 75 Bukar Barbara 46 69 75 114 Bukar Rlchard 45 50 104 Bunn Karen 46 82 Burgdarfl Dorothy 12 Burr Danlel 46 64 69 75 76 83 0 Burr Judlth 45 46 64 69 75 81 84 114 Burt Elalne 46 78 Bur Gall 46 69 74 80 82 114 Burton Davld 50 104 105 Burton Steven 46 76 Buss Wllllam 46 Butelewskl Judlth 50 Button Jane 42 68 74 114 Dachel John 46 83 102 Dahl Terry 46 68 83 Dangle Donald 83 Damrau Marene 46 69 74 114 Danke John 46 74 D A R Award 57 Davey Joan 50 Dawson Gall 58 Day Wllllam 80 85 104 Debate 72 Debenedetto Rlchard 50 81 DeBraal Ira 50 Dee Mlna 26 66 69 74 81 83 DeJardlne Mary 42 DeJardlne Susan 50 DeKeyser Janet 26 DeLong Barbara 46 Demeny Davld 42 Demeny Deanna 50 Demerath Robert 46 82 7 8014 Den Daoven Edward 110 Den Dooven Steven 15 42 4 77 85 Dennls Phlllp 42 102 Dennls Wayne 26 83 Buxton Barbara 25 82 83 Bylaw Jlll 42 66 67 68 70 Bylaw Joan 50 68 81 115 77 838 3 Campbell Karl 50 78 Caple Judlth 25 69 70 76 92 93 Carl Harland 12 91 102 Carlson Betty 46 78 Carlson Dawn 50 115 Carlson Marvln 59 108 Carlson Raeburn 42 83 114 Casperson Wllllam 50 Catlln Thomas 42 74 77 84 Chady M s 13 Chagnon Ronald 11 97 Deutsch Catherlne 16 71 77 DeWald Gall 18 50 DeWeert Lawrence 50 DeWeert Penny 50 68 Dleckhott Mary 50 70 81 96 Dledrlch Rlchard 50 104 105 Dlx George 15 42 66 72 73 76 Dlx Gllbert 50 105 Dlx Jeffery 50 Dlxon John 110 Dobberpuhl Ann 46 78 Dodge Dlana 46 Dolechek Marlene 26 82 Dordel Samuel 46 Dordel Susan 50 115 Dorn Evonne 26 Dorn Llnda 46 Drace Jerry 46 75 Drajeske Carol 42 66 Fahrenkrug Wllllam 46 75 102 10 OB Falck Kathryn 42 68 114 Farley PCFYICIG 26 Farrell Gary 46 Felerelsen Joseph 46 75 Flnk Maryorle 10 Flrkus Helen 11 82 Flscher Hector 110 Flscher Susan 50 68 78 Flatoff Marlon 42 68 Flelschman Kathy 50 68 Flelschman Susan 46 69 84 Flesch Howard 26 74 Foley Susan 50 82 Folske Reuben 27 67 71 Football Freshmen 104 Football Varslty 102 103 Forrest Thomas 27 Forsythe Bernadlne 27 82 Forsythe Kenneth 46 69 75 Foster Janette 27 70 82 Frakes Susan 27 56 57 60 64 66 69 7 89 3 Francart Shlrley 50 115 Frank Beverly 50 68 81 85 Frank Jullanne 46 Fank Ralph 16 27 67 71 0 Franz Davld 51 Frederlck Jamce 27 69 74 78 Freund Dennls 51 110 Freund Rochelle 27 69 83 114 Freshman Class 50 51 52 53 Frledleln Sally 51 Froze Elnore 27 83 Fuhs Mlltan 42 ss L da 51 68 78 85 93 Fuss Ronald 27 73 84 95 99 Future Teachers Assoclatlon 70 Gallmeler Carole 27 60 Gallmeler Janet 46 78 Gauger Judlth 42 Gaustad Ann 51 68 76 Gear Rlchard 47 75 Gehrke Gehrke Gelger Gelger Gelger Genett Genett Dlana 47 68 Jaan 69 75 113 680 4 Donald 47 103 110 Ronald 47 110 Sandra 51 68 74 115 Rlchard 47 Sharon 47 124 1 1 1 1 ' 1 01 1 1 , '. 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' 1 1 1' ' 1261 1 ,ss ,' ' ' 1 111 151111 1'1 111,111 , , , , ,115 114 1 1 1 1 1 1 c ' ' '1 '1' G ' 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 98 ' 1 1 '1 ' 1 ' 1 1 1 51 111 1 ' 1 1 1 1771 321 1 1 ' 1 ' 1 , 114 - , , 1 1 1 1 D, , ., , , , ao, as, 115 1 '1 ' 1 , ', ' ', ,7a, as 1 ' 1 , Q , , , ,114 INDEX Genett Thomas 51 Gerhardt Armln 12 74 Germuga Dorothy 51 115 Germuga L s 42 73 77 92 114 Gernts Davld 47 Gerrlts Jacquelnne 78 83 114 Germs Joseph 51 Gerrlts Mary 42 74 Getschow Rlchard 47 102 Glbbs Charles 51 105 Gnbson Barbara 51 78 Gibson Ronald 108 Gibson Thomas 47 76 Gllbertson Gary 51 75 104 Gull Gordon 42 A Girls Senate 65 Glover Nancy 27 39 55 56 61 64 66 69 7 14 Gmeuner James 51 Goetz George 47 102 108 Gollnow Lynne 49 69 8 114 Goodmg Chester 51 Goodwm Davnd 51 Gore Nancne 47 78 Gracyalny Janet 42 7 Graebner Robert 47 84 85 Graversan Karen 42 5 64 65 66 8 Gravntls John 47 75 Greent1eld Geoftry 51 76 85 104 110 Gregory Gordon 51 Gresenz Jon 27 69 74 77 83 93 Grtes Gary 42 Gnes Gene 108 Gnttiths Margaret 9 65 70 Grill Janice 12 67 97 Gnmes James 51 Grimes Thomas 47 Gruetzman Kay 60 Grunska Susan 27 69 74 Grunske Florence 42 82 114 Grupe Susan 17 47 69 74 114 Grupe Wnllnam 42 Grygny Carol 42 68 114 Gulluckson Richard 47 Gunderson Wtllram 77 Gundlach John 11 97 Gustman Catherine 51 Haber Joanne 27 69 74 83 Hadler Willard 51 Handlmger Wulluam 11 Ha Jlm 51 Hall Monitors 83 Halle Gary 103 Halle Susan 42 68 114 verson Jn 28 106 110 111 Halverson Paul 42 Hammel Duane 47 76 78 82 Hammull Susan 28 71 76 95 Hanaman Lynn 47 69 85 113 Handler Maurlce 47 75 107 Hansen Barbara 51 74 80 92 Hansen Jerry 47 75 Hanson Carolnne 28 47 Hanson David 47 77 102 Hanson Mlldred 12 Hanson Robert 28 74 Hanson Thomas 51 81 107 Hardell Eugene 42 83 84 Harder Leon 51 74 Harder N a 18 28 69 74 81 3 42 64 65 67 68 76 85 Harker Mo IB 51 68 70 85 92 96 115 Harper Douglas 51 Hartzhelm Iva Mae 47 78 Hass Jane 51 68 78 115 Hass Robert 42 111 Hassler Peter 42 77 Hauser Jane 42 66 68 70 73 77 78 114 Hauser Mary 28 69 74 76 77 114 Hayes Carol 51 82 Heaney Damel 51 85 86 Heath Larry 47 Hedberg Patrlcla 42 58 80 Hedlund James 51 72 81 105 Helder Jerry 47 Heinz Michael 47 103 Heunz Ronald 42 Hemzknll Mary 28 67 HBIHZKI11 Ruth 51 65 115 Heller Carol 47 69 75 77 114 er Davud 28 106 108 111 Harker Hendrnckson Robert 47 65 Henke Ervln 47 110 Hensen James 28 64 102 106 108 112 Hensen Jerome 28 102 106 110 112 Hensen Thomas 47 78 103 108 Hewltt Thomas 51 72 80 104 110 Hlelsberg David 42 77 81 Hnlderbrand Steve 45 51 80 85 104 105 Hullnker Bennett 28 74 109 Hnrschy Davud 47 103 Hlrschy Harlan 28 69 102 112 Hnttenmnller Robert 51 Hlttenmlller Wllllam 28 67 71 82 Hobart Kenneth 43 Hobart Ona 51 82 Hocholzer Robert 43 77 Hoellel Susan 51 68 78 115 Hole Mary Ann 47 82 114 Holewunsku Helen 43 68 70 83 114 Holewmsku Paul 68 74 104 Hartman Patrlcla 51 74 76 115 Home Economics Club 82 Hooper Foss 51 76 Hoover Jay 51 74 Hoover Susan 14 47 69 74 77 Hopkms Patrlcla 43 Hoppe Ollvler 28 83 102 106 109 2 Houts Nancy 43 68 74 80 90 114 Houts Susan 51 74 80 115 H we Dale 51 81 104 110 Howe Thomas 51 Hrubecky George 28 56 61 66 85 95 Hrubecky Thomas 51 79 104 105 Hrubesky Richard 47 Hruska Ann 47 69 70 80 114 Huebner Bryon 43 103 110 112 Hughes Helen 9 Huhn Sharon 29 71 83 Huppler Kay 43 65 66 68 74 Huppler Marcra 47 65 66 69 77 85 75 76 Ke Carole 14 47 69 75 114 Kehoe Muchael 47 76 K y Mary Jo 51 68 80 5 Kelly Thomas 108 Kellogg Mary 51 64 66 68 85 Kemplnger Elizabeth 51 68 115 Kessler George 43 77 Kessler Jean 29 70 81 114 Kettner Joyce 47 69 76 114 Kumbro Kenneth 51 75 Kung Albert 51 104 Kung Steven 41 43 66 67 68 82 83 Klrchgeorg John 29 5 69 71 Klser Fannybelle 10 Klassen Joyce 71 74 115 Klassen Lots 29 64 83 Klatt Frederlck 29 Klesmnt Mary Ann 47 74 82 114 Klesmlt Ronald 51 Klunker Michael 43 85 Kloehn Dorothy 30 Knaack Dale 47 Knoedler Rlchard 47 Kobmsky Brian 51 Kobmsky Karen 51 Koehn Judson 109 Koehn Rnchard 47 102 112 Koepke Kathy 51 68 74 78 Koerwutz Peter 43 83 Kofler Alice 51 68 74 82 Kotnetka Harvey 51 78 Kohler Carolyn 43 76 Kohler Davnd 47 76 Komper Fred 74 Konop Andrea 51 82 Kopltzke Shirley 43 83 84 Kosloske Robert 47 77 109 Kostrzak Gary 43 64 Kostrzak Gene 51 Kozy Patrlcla 47 Hutchlson Sally 47 69 74 78 Hyde Forrest 47 75 107 110 Hyde Patncla 15 29 69 77 84 lhde Davnd 51 74 Ihde Glen 47 75 103 Jack Damel 89 Jack Nancy 43 65 66 68 70 74 4 Jacob John 47 Jacobson Sandra 47 78 82 Kramarclyk Amelua 47 75 82 Kramarczyk Rose Marne 30 70 74 83 Kramer Kramer Kramer Krause Krause Jackie 47 78 Judy 47 69 74 82 1 Sandra 43 Carol 30 71 Donald 74 Jaehnlg Dagmar 51 65 72 81 1 Jape Davld 47 102 Jape Patricia 43 82 15 Jensen Donald 29 69 74 96 103 108 112 Krause Lennard 11 Kraus Mary Ann 43 Krautkramer Patrucla Krautkramer Thomas 5 5 Kresse Karol 12 Kreuter Jll 43 66 68 83 114 Kraeg Jucluth 30 83 Krueger Beverly 30 82 83 Krueger Mrs 12 Krueger Wllllam 30 74 76 80 85 110 Jensen Jensen Jensen Johnson Johnson Johnson Johnson Johnson James 43 80 94 106 Lynn 51 104 Waldemar 29 67 Elnzabeth 47 64 66 69 74 76 David 29 64 69 85 Joan 47 74 114 Robert 47 102 107 110 Sharon 18 29 69 Jones Andrew 43 67 83 Jones James 29 85 Janes John 47 Jones Mary 47 Jones Russell 29 J rgenson Ole 12 91 106 110 111 1 4 Krull Bannue 47 73 77 79 Kruschka Lynn 43 67 68 70 74 76 77 Kruschka Phllnp 51 105 Kruse Carole 43 66 67 77 114 Kruse Helen 47 82 114 Kruse Katherine 30 56 64 67 69 70 81 82 83 Krysnak Steven 47 76 77 Kuchenbecker Eugene Kuehl Wllllam 30 55 56 57 74 83 96 102 103 106 Kuester Fredrick 30 74 85 109 Kuhr Barbara 51 68 82 115 .lullus Fredrick 47 102 Julius Joyce 82 114 Julius Judith 43 66 68 77 114 Juneau Paul 51 75 Jung Carol 51 68 74 96 115 Jung Clyde 47 69 Junlor Class 42 Jury Charles 29 67 Jury Helen 29 Kallenback Mary 29 Kampo Fredrick 51 Karuhn Sally 43 114 Karuhn Terry 47 75 Kaufert Judnth 47 Kaufert Richard 77 Kaun Frederlck 51 Kaun Jeanette 43 83 Kay Marthea 47 69 75 77 114 Keatung Kathleen 47 69 77 Keberleln Wnlluam 43 62 84 Kuhr Marllyn 30 76 81 82 Kurtz Katherine 47 79 4 Kurtz S ra 51 70 115 La8elle Sondra 43 In Jon 30 103 110 Landsverk Jerry 30 74 Landsverk Shlrley 47 74 82 114 Lange Robert 30 Langenberg Jeanette 43 68 114 Langenberg Thomas 47 Lanzer Steve 47 103 Larsen Damel 43 Larson John 51 104 Larson Patrlcla 30 84 Larson Pau me 30 69 76 84 114 Larson Ronald 43 78 Larson Suzanne 43 68 LaSage Shurley 51 66 68 LaSalle James 47 102 125 1 . 1 1 1 1111 V 1 1 1 1 I I I 1 I I I 1 h 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 ell 1 1 1 1 11 Q 1 or 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 ' 1 1 1 1 1 1 D 1 . 1 1 1 1 I I I I . 1 I I I I I I I I I - 1 I 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 A 1 ' 1 no 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 N 1 1 1 1 1 - 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 731 761 771 1 1 1 1 B1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 71 1 1 761 851 891 1 1 1 94 G. . 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I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I 1 I I Hell , 1 1 1 1 1 112 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 Moder Pamela 52 55 INDEX lashua laVerne 43 68 70 77 Lauer John 31 84 Lauger Julne 51 83 115 Lauson James 47 75 law Barbara 51 75 81 92 115 Law James 47 LeBlanc Gary 43 78 leanna Myron 51 74 Lee Gary 51 Lee Gary 47 IeHel lnez Ann 47 77 lehl John 47 Lehmann Ronald 51 Lemke Carol 47 Lemke John 16 31 77 Lenx James 31 Lenz John 43 68 lewis Sandra 68 76 115 Lewis Sharon 51 68 80 115 Lnebelt Rlchard 48 78 luer Synneva 9 97 Lmdeman Tana 51 68 Link Marilyn 43 77 Llntner Michael 43 66 77 79 103 110 112 Loehmng Helen 22 31 39 56 57 60 64 69 70 72 73 76 79 Lohse Herbert 48 Long Ellen 51 85 115 long Judnth 48 69 82 Lornson Nancy 51 78 115 loughrln Ann 83 114 Muller Bernice 32 82 Muller Bruce 48 85 Muller James 110 Muller Mitchell 43 102 103 108 Muller Patrlcla 52 82 Muller Paul 32 74 83 Muller Ralph 52 104 Muller Richard 43 64 102 107 110 112 Muller Ruby 48 69 114 Malls Allan 43 77 Miracle David 48 79 Mnskovlsk Joan 43 Mnsslmg Charlotte 32 Mlssllng Judy 48 70 Moder Gerald 32 74 8 8 10 6 6 7415 Patzel Clara 13 Paul Judith 33 69 71 76 85 Paulson Charles 52 Pawlacyk Janet 48 69 114 Pawlacyk Thomas 33 77 85 Pawlowskl Michael 52 Pe Prlscllla 52 68 81 115 Pedersen Mary Ann 33 69 70 Pelkey Gayle 48 82 Pelton Everal 48 74 Pep Club 68 69 Perry Dawn 48 66 69 74 77 Perry Leslie 34 69 85 Pertann Tuna 52 68 82 115 Peters Pamela 48 69 79 Peters Ruchard 48 69 110 Loughrln Jane 51 68 96 115 loughrm Patrucla 31 74 83 loynd loynd luebke luebke Luebke luebke luedtke Luedtke Davnd 31 56 67 72 73 Graham 51 76 88 Darrell 52 Ervm 52 Jane 52 78 Sharon 43 James 48 L nnette 52 Y lynch Mlchael 52 74 76 Lyon Jane 52 68 81 8 1 5 McConnell Susan 89 McCrory Patrlcla 31 64 65 66 69 McKelllps David 48 67 73 75 84 Mclaln Mary Jo 52 68 115 Mclaun Sldney 31 67 82 83 94 McLeod James 52 McLeod Jeannette 43 McManus Roy 19 31 McManus Shirley 48 McNeil Jo Ann 52 McNeil Karen 43 88 Madsen Karen 43 54 64 68 77 1 4 Madsen Sharon 48 82 Mahoney Colleen 31 67 83 Mahoney Kathleen 31 69 77 83 114 Mahoney Michael 43 67 Malchow Gall 31 65 69 70 74 83 114 Malotke Gerald 52 74 76 Manteufel Lyal 52 74 Manteufel Yvonne 43 74 83 Mantor Justine 48 66 69 75 80 81 Markettl James 22 31 93 Marxne Jacquelm 48 69 76 80 114 Marohn Jean 52 115 Martin L e 32 63 74 76 81 83 84 Martun Mananne 43 Martm Sara 17 48 Martuny Donald 32 85 89 Martlny Gary 48 69 75 Martlny Klm 110 Mayetslu Susan 48 69 75 82 114 Maynard Carol 43 Maynard Nancy 32 68 Mennes Harold 8 8 19 Mennes Paul 52 73 74 81 104 Mertens Patncua 12 97 Mertz Susan 52 74 78 82 115 Metko Glorna 52 82 Meunles James 48 Meyer Barbara 15 41 43 66 68 77 85 90 4 Moderson Buddy 52 Moen Jerry 48 102 110 Mohawk Mary 32 Moore John 48 110 Morehouse Charlotte 48 82 Morse Judnth 52 Morse Wulluam 43 Mott Thomas 48 64 77 78 102 10 110 Mottl Constance 43 68 79 114 Mrotek Dole 43 77 109 112 Mucha Rachard 52 Mueller Mananne 52 66 68 72 Munsche Marguerite 32 56 61 67 69 76 77 Murley Lyle 19 Murphy Daniel 77 99 Murphy Terry 43 Murphy Sandra 32 71 Nadolny Mnchael 32 76 Nadolny Thomas 52 Neabllng Susan 48 64 69 74 114 Nebel John 45 48 67 76 79 Nehrnng Clarlce 52 74 78 115 Nehrmg Karen 32 74 83 Nelson Juduth 52 68 74 76 80 85 115 Nelson Richard 48 Nelson Sharon 18 43 68 84 114 Nelson Ton: 16 32 69 74 84 114 Neubauer Judvth 32 69 74 83 114 Neubauer Nancy 52 68 115 Newton Nancy 43 68 74 76 114 Ney Herb 33 85 Nichols Ronald 22 33 Nlckasch Joanne 52 68 115 Nuckasch Leo 48 69 85 Nlckasch Mary Ellen 48 69 114 Nueld James 110 Nuelsen James 48 84 Nlemuth Terry 52 78 Nobbe Carol 33 69 74 76 80 Nobbe Jeanne 33 69 71 76 Nobbe Laurel 52 68 74 76 81 Norenberg David 52 80 Norenberg Ruth 52 O 8rlen Patrick 33 O Brien Wrlllam 108 O Brnght Ruchard 48 Oehlke Roger 33 Ollnger Willard 48 O Leary John 52 75 104 105 Petersen Petersen Petersen Peterson Peterson Peterson Peterson Peterson Peterson Peterson Peterson Peterson Peterson Ann 52 68 82 115 Arnold 19 34 109 112 Michael 48 Carol 48 75 78 82 Helene 10 77 Kathleen 52 68 75 Kenneth Jr 52 76 Kenneth Sr 12 Leonard 43 112 Mary 52 74 82 Ronald 43 Thomas 48 81 Wanda 52 Petry Mary 52 68 Pfrang Muchael 48 Pierce John 34 69 74 79 111 Plngle Patrucla 43 74 83 Putsch Dennis 43 Pller Mary 48 77 93 114 Ploor Sharon 48 67 69 74 76 114 ucker Joan 16 34 67 69 71 80 82 Plucker Tom 59 Poelllnger Al 12 67 Poe llnger Ellen 48 66 69 75 77 84 113 ellnger Paul 34 74 83 110 111 Pohlman Kelth 52 Pollock Thomas 48 Pollnow Jan 52 104 105 Pomremng Sandro 43 Pontow Janalee 43 6 1 4 Porter Brevett 52 Porter Thomas 110 Prentlce Arnold 13 Prentuce Dlone 52 Pruce Gloria 48 65 66 69 73 74 Price Richard 110 Prlce Stephen 48 75 102 107 109 112 Pringle Mr 13 Progectnon Club 83 Pues Deedra 52 78 Pyatt Marcia 43 68 73 77 114 Quade Henry 110 Quode James 23 34 54 56 57 67 71 2 76 83 0 Quade Marcia 52 64 65 68 7 Qunck Lester 48 Quumby Lee 43 Roob Judnth 34 74 Radandt Doris 48 69 74 80 Olsen David 43 74 83 Olsen Glorua 52 73 82 Olsen Nancy 48 67 69 77 82 114 Olsen Sondra 43 68 77 84 114 Olson Ann 48 69 75 Olson Barbara 33 67 83 Olson Beverly 48 74 Olson Donald 33 Olson E 33 81 3 Olson Gloria 48 Oppelt John 48 Radtke Thomas 52 Ranne Lela 11 Ramaker Terry 52 64 74 Ramlch Dale 71 74 103 112 Ramlch Van 48 95 Rausch Sandra 48 69 114 Rawson Cynthla 43 68 81 Ray Frank 43 Read Edward 41 43 68 80 84 Read Margaret 52 68 74 115 Redlln Carole 43 68 114 Meyer Meyer Meyer Meyer Meyer Meyer Meyer Mullar Millar Bernard 43 67 74 Denms 83 Joyce 32 67 82 Mnchael 52 Susan 52 68 74 115 Vlrglnlo 48 69 77 99 113 114 Welluam 109 110 Alex 52 104 105 110 Peer 41 43 77 90 102 107 Ostrowskl Patrlcla Otto Alfred 48 Otto Vurgll 33 74 0 Palmbach Ruth 33 69 74 7 Palmer Lyle 43 68 74 Palmer Mary 52 Palmquust Jerry 48 66 69 76 83 84 85 Pansch Donald 59 Pansy Tarry 33 74 83 Parker Judith 52 68 74 Patton Carol 52 68 74 84 85 115 Redlnn Martln 52 74 Relchel Ronald 34 85 Relerson Davnd 109 Reuerson M ry 41 43 56 68 77 85 Relfsnyder Wllluam 52 74 80 Reully Jon 34 Reinhardt Lynne 48 67 69 75 114 Reinhardt Peggy 48 78 82 Reinhardt Susan 34 Reinhardt Wulluam 52 74 Remmel Dons 48 67 69 74 81 85 94 114 Reuss John 43 111 Russe Robert 43 Ruvet Wllber 13 126 1 1 1 1 1 ' 1 , 1 I 1 I 1 1 I ' I I , , , 114 1 1 1 I 1 I , 1 1 I 1 II 1 1 1 1 112 , , , 1 1 1 1 1 I 1 1 , , , F I I I I ., A 1 1 I 1 I 1 ck, ' ' , , , 1 1 I 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 , , 74, 81 1 I 1 1 1 1 1 1 I 1 I 1 , , 1 1 I I1 1 , 1 1 I I 1 1 1 1 1 . , 114 1 ' ' 1 1 1 75 ' , ' , , , , , , , , , 5, 96, 102, 6, 112 I I I 1 1 1 1 51 81 1 1 , ' , , I1 1 1 1 1 1 1 I 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 I I I I I I I 1 A I 1 1 1 as 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 114 I 1 1 1 1 1 1 I I. 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I . . , 1 , 1 I 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 I 1 I ' ' ' I I I I , , 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 , ' ' , 1 1 1 I 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 I 1 I INDEX Robblns James 52 Roberts Terence 48 Robinson Douglas 43 ROCKET 66 Rocket Echoes 71 Rogers Lawrence 45 48 107 Rogers Wlllram 34 Rogge Janlce 43 Rogness Judy 43 56 68 73 4 Rohr Mary Jo 52 68 Roou Gary 41 43 68 77 Roou Susan 52 74 Roper Ruth 12 78 79 Rosenow George 48 Rosenthal Shrrley 43 68 82 Rosonslu Duane 43 6 114 Ross Jamce 44 Ross Susan 48 66 6 75 76 5 Sell Wnlllam 49 Selle Jane 52 Selle Thomas 52 104 Sensor Class 24 Sensrba Bruce 44 74 Severson John 49 64 Severson Patrrcla 10 97 Shadduck Donna 49 Sharpe Dennrs 49 75 102 Shepard Charles 11 91 104 Shepherd Thomas 53 Sherman James 44 64 103 110 112 Shockley Wrlluam 53 72 76 104 Skafte Carol 53 80 Sklbba Davrd 44 64 83 Siegel Denms 53 68 74 Snmerson John 53 85 104 Srmons Rrchard 53 Thomas Linda Lee 36 69 72 74 76 Thompson Clark 53 Thompson Eugene 53 Thompson Glorla 48 68 114 Thompson Kerth 49 76 85 Thompson Kirsten 49 82 114 Thomsen Dave 59 108 Thorne Judlth 44 68 84 114 Thorpe Howard 110 Thorpe Richard 53 72 81 Thorson Charles 44 Thorson Karen 49 Thorson Russel 53 Trmm Charles 53 104 105 Tlpler Marne 58 Tlschleder, Carol 49 114 Trschleder Danuel 44 Tollefson Robert 37 103 10 112 Tack 110 111 Rotary 60 Rotary Essay 60 Rotberge Perry 34 Roussrn Maxine 34 69 70 71 82 Rowlandson Dawn 48 69 114 Rudolf Judith 52 68 74 Rudolf Wayne 34 56 61 85 110 Smith Smlth Smith Smlth Smlth Smith James 49 Julianne 35 66 67 70 71 80 Margaret 49 79 114 Ruchard 35 Robert 44 69 74 Thomas 44 77 78 106 Sommer David 35 77 99 Rumsey Kathleen 52 115 Rusch Davld 44 Ruscher Patsy 18 34 82 Russell Sharon 44 Rutter Anthony 35 Ryan Margaret 35 74 76 81 Ryan Sarah 48 49 77 113 114 Rymer Larry 35 84 103 112 Safety Club 82 Sager Robert 48 Sahlr Thomas 52 Salm John 44 68 74 Salm Jean 35 82 83 Samson Janet 52 115 Samuelson Susan 44 68 84 Sophomore Class 46 Sopkovrch Thomas 53 75 76 104 Sorensen Judy 53 69 Sorenson Sandy 53 68 74 Spamsh Club 77 Sperka Mlchael14 49 66 69 76 85 Splegelberg Kay 35 69 74 83 Splegelberg Robert 49 Spoo Harry 9 Statteld Carlton 53 Stafteld Karen 36 82 Stofteld Richard 53 Stoncher Cheryl 53 68 115 Stoncher Douglas 49 Starck Janrce 44 68 70 76 77 Stecklmg Ralph 36 83 Steffen Thomas 49 79 Stettensen George 49 107 108 Tollette Henry 110 Tolverson Helen 16 44 56 66 67 68 7 80 114 Tonn Jerry 49 102 110 Torgenson Kelth Traas Susan 37 69 76 85 114 Track Jeltrey 53 104 Track Judnth 83 Trentlage Clarence 44 Tretheway Donald 53 75 Tyrrver Mary 49 70 75 80 114 Ulrrch Jerry 37 Umversrty of Wls legislative Scholarship 58 Urban John 13 Valente Paul 37 61 69 74 Vander Helden Roger 49 Vander Heyden Henry 44 Van Gompel Nancy 49 69 8 4 Van Gorp Jean 53 Sanders Judlth 48 Stert Jerald 53 78 Stlelow Sauby James 48 103 106 108 112 Sauer Carol 52 78 115 Sauer Sally 48 Sauer Sharon 48 Sauer Susan 52 115 Stemke Stemke Stelow Stelow Stelow Karen 36 78 114 Jucllth 44 74 76 77 Donald 53 Gary 36 Thomas 49 75 80 103 Richard 36 Van Van Van Vars Marter Gary 53 Marter larry 53 Marter Wayne 37 82 ty Servlce 84 Veeser Les 49 Verstegen Marilyn 16 37 Schmrck Herbert 44 103 Schaefer Jerald 44 68 110 112 Schaefer Carl 48 69 75 83 J Schanke Schnebler Schrndler Schundler Schlencher Schloemer Schmelmg Schmereln udlth 35 114 Ina 35 74 83 Karen 48 69 77 114 Kay 48 69 74 114 Kathleen 35 Los 44 66 68 72 114 Susan 52 78 John 44 Schmudt Rrchard 48 Schmltzer Schnerder Schneider Schnetzer Schommer Schreiber Schroeder Schroeder Joseph 48 74 Barbara 82 Mary Jane 35 69 82 Glorra 52 82 115 Shirley 52 Ronald 52 Glen 48 Janet 35 49 82 Stuer Thomas 77 85 Strlp Geraldine 45 53 68 74 84 96 115 Strlp Mowry 49 64 75 103 110 112 Stllp Stephen 15 23 36 74 77 85 109 112 Stinger James 53 81 Stmger Sally 36 69 113 Stlnskn Wllllam 53 104 105 Stoegbauer Patrsck 44 Stoekh Naam: 36 56 69 76 Storch Bruce 44 Verstegen Michael 49 Vogt James 37 79 83 85 Vogt Robert 53 75 Voss Dennis 44 74 Voster Robert 53 76 83 Voster Ronald 49 102 Wagner Russel 49 Starch Gary 36 Strange John Paul 36 74 85 Stroemer John 53 104 Schroeder Wayne 48 Schubert Charles 44 Schuelke Davrd 48 77 Strong Arthur 44 Strutl Betty 49 Strutz Judy 53 78 Student Student Student Sugden Sugden Swarm Councnl 64 Councrl Lute Membershrp 59 Council Scholarship 59 Robert 33 74 83 Thomas 49 Lloyd 49 66 69 Walker Mary 52 74 115 Wamsley J he 41 44 68 80 114 Webb Gary 49 84 Webb Marte 37 64 69 Webb Russel 44 74 Weber Nancy 53 74 115 Weber Ruta 44 66 68 70 Welgt Joann 37 39 54 56 66 69 70 Wergt Thomas 37 83 Schuelke Karen 52 115 Schukne Schulke Schultz Schultz Schultz Schultz Schulz cht Warren 9 22 84 Russel 52 74 Donna 44 68 Nancy 53 78 82 Ruth 35 69 82 83 Thomas 52 Dreter 48 83 9 Swenson Davrd 49 76 Swenson Karen 53 68 74 84 85 115 Sylv nder Catherrne Sopkovlch 18 69 8 114 Syrmg Syrmg Syrnng Karen 49 69 82 Ralph 110 Thomas 36 67 71 99 108 112 Schulz Muchael 15 49 Schulze Albert 12 68 80 Schussmon Rrchard 49 Schwartzbauer Dovud 52 75 Schwartxkopf Karen 44 Schwenn Michelle 17 44 78 114 Schwerun Sharon 35 88 114 Schwerln Stu 52 Science Projects Club 83 Sedo Gary 52 75 83 Seelow Fred 44 Seelow James 52 75 Seggelmk Fred 110 Sell Jerald Sell Mary Ann 48 65 69 70 74 80 114 Sell Palmer 44 74 77 81 103 108 Taft Carol 49 81 115 Taft Marcra 49 Taft Terry 36 76 79 Talarczyk Greg 53 104 Talarczyk Norman 44 Talbot Catharine 49 53 68 75 76 85 115 Tebon Dale 53 79 Tellock Roger 44 Tennis 109 Tesch Larry 36 Tessendarf James 44 78 Thespuans 71 Thlessen Charlotte 44 78 Thom Robert 9 66 97 Wetland Lorena 49 Welnke Barbara 49 Wells Jackie 49 Wells Tom 49 82 Wenneche Alnce 49 6 Wenzel Thomas 49 Werllng Richard 89 Werner Dennls 53 Westfahl Duane 37 Westgor John 37 Wetzel Patrlcla 49 Weyenberg Sandra Whrtmg Penny 53 78 Whitney John 109 Wuckham Richard Wrllrams Ivan 9 109 9 74 77 84 37 69 74 84 Wrllnams Joan 37 69 70 76 83 Wnllnoms Patrncua 44 68 77 99 114 Wrlms Kathleen 49 74 80 114 Wnlms Rachel 49 82 Wllson Richard 44 56 64 67 77 103 106 10 112 Wrlz Lloyd 44 Wrmer Carldad 37 64 Wlmer Martha 44 68 Wmkler Dale 49 82 83 127 ' , , " , ' , , , , , 33 I , , , , I, , , I I , , , , , ,34 , ' , , , II , , , II , ,31 , ' , , , I , , , , I I I D I I I , , , , .76, 11 , ' , , . , , , 79 , , , ,107 , ' , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , I I I I 1 . 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