Neenah High School - Rocket Yearbook (Neenah, WI)

 - Class of 1960

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G l x , 0 W ' ' .U ,JK - WW' f Obgforeword' T sw MMU The 1960 school year left upon each of us deep impressions of many memorable experiences in both academic progress and co-curricular activities. The frenzied cheering at football games . . . the concentrated hours of study . . . the enchanting atmos- phere of the prom . . . the strains of semester exams . . . and, above all, the constant association with all types of'people and their ideas. lt is this variety of impressions and experiences that we hope to have captured in this, the 1960 ROCKET. .1 L 1 I J .. A . I , . -P' -, .4 1 Contents Introduction - 1 - 15 Administration - - 16 - 23 Honors - - - - 24 - 31 Classes - - - 32 - 65 Organizations -3- - - 66 - 91 swdem Life - ii ., 92-103 N 1-. '1 sporfs ------ XV- - 104-119 Advertising ond lndgxx 5' ---- 120 - 132 O x fx ,V K f I 1, 4 I J f JJ' XX fvf , My 1 L 1 1 ., M tv N , P J 2,1 ix-JXJ LPM? 4 ,YJ X . 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The ever open door of your olrflce . .gif ' 45x11 I", , x Locked in our memories will ever be our splendid campus. The buildings - the track -the elm walk - the tennis court- the baseball diamond -the practice fields - the stadium - all became cherished during our kaleid- oscopic rush through high school. We shall relnember not only the scholastic charm of our buildings but also our ioyous exuberance on our playing fields. i l X .4 u X' fw if X. . lx '- ' xx , 1 VX Q . V X, M ' 'Y v 4 V i N A . l Q N , . ' i I ,N J ff B .' X. fl i Q- -. Nr ' V 7' ' N , Y V . 5 , . xxx i'L H N ' X' Q rg' ,Xl N V j lxl-'X XJ f X .-X' v- fml ,N my . Ji, v, J X B. Billings investigates why c lens inverls on image. J B. Bcyley and J. Harker discover why xz ' yz 7 25 graphs as o circle S AN I' YU! 'L K.- 'N I X -out-rx l Y--H, MIK' ,QA vm- -ff L "iff -f in Uh BHG' PREPARATION FOR A VOCATION was chosen by many as a course at study Some preferred constructlve work wuth the hands They gained proficiency rn the skulls taught nn our shop courses Others prepared for a career ID business A world ot cllcklng typewrlters of balancing accounts and of office practices Stull others prepared for a future In homemaklng They concentrated on the cullnary arts and good grooming A world of clicking fypewrlfers. I I I I I I 8 Proflciency in shop skills is gained by T. Ramaker. Q SIN -4 'fs Ns 1 x Jw!! Jw' ffm M W -1 M 1' 'V' , Um P AVA! N VL, ffl A 1211! .lf 127 ' .1 ,-.., X, f- ,MA f 61 l LI I ,V p - ! , 7 be ! ,f X K3 Wvfev "f Q ffrffifi , -f , ' , If I , , laifgfc -'f mfg Cdl ,if4C'fJ4i Y'J 7 L, f 5' K ' ' ,V - g Jw. Q4-f"' K , H 1',,' PS' Igdcklddg-Lgfvjf ,,2f6,Q lffff. -4 ' ..L.., p . 1.7 JZKI97' W A I' V ' , AL 'JK 1-f ff f 5-'L,4bZ'J,fU!LL, vm 'f' C. Bemowski and S. Kramer prepare for a future in homemaking. If C. Thiessen balances an account. '-.Q ' aw 3 Q 1 9 .H-Ui I uv A speech class learns by listening to G Cumlngs Cooperatlon In lecrnnng between teachers and students as Illustrated nn an English classroom by Mr Albert Wagner Gmemer Steal and Kaun iQ 1 x at Y C I ,, 1 .. X s , , I X Q sl, K' e P Lo o eck sho e t e to ents v A L A nwowes c:ooPERAnoN we found tThe utuol efforts In classroom crctlvltles Nece sh y Qtfthe ettectlve tronsfer of knowledge T co erotlon between students leur ed by lrstenlng to others The shormg of our specrollzed tolents Proctlced for the enloyment of others J. Kr uter, . rs n, and J. B r h ir I in art. 2-X . , X w "-K ' t If A+ fy, ,VU- X ' if X . . - LE r I , : L' -. ar: .1-' dn ft X ff? , Lf ,Rfk C- J 7 I N YH . ,me V73 ' X T L' fr f, . ,T H, I W EA N 'QL' I I 'A . , L5 1 . 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Le practice physical exerci fx ff ji 1 THE LEADERSHIP OF TEACHERS guided our development towards maturity In classrooms they dlrected the course of study But we found that this was only a part of the story Often they helped promote better understanding between student and parents Perhaps by dnscussmg problems and achlevements wnth bothp They were constantly strrvnng to Improve their background By learnlng more about their own field and others, such Us local lndustry " '-4: , ,.'fF'," ' ' . - N. l 4' , . - ' , ' "4A"- 5 W,,,,-s, , X fl V x I1 - . "J f , . A, I A mjgzw fr 5 "" T' 1, x , B. Krull helps Mr. Poulton direc the course of study. I I I Learning more about local industry on Business, lndustry, and Educoiion Day are Mr, Gerhordt, Mr, Thom and Mr. Carl, lyilflfflff if . Wf',f off' f M M C lf- J' Mr. Braun discusses problems and achievements wilh parents during National Educa!ion Week. 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TV. .- wt I .A E 3 3 .. m.. 4 - Xl mm 7 ff I x A V Q X is BOARD OF EDUCATION: Mrs, Marion Tollette, Mrs. lone McConnell, Mr, Ross Wilcox, Mr. Paul Groth, Mr LaVerne Gilbertson Mr Frank Hochholzer Mr Burton Spafford M Harold Mennes MR HAROLD B MENNES Superintendent of Neenah Public Schools The responslblllty for the efficient supervision of the entlre Neenah Public School system rests wuth Mr Mennes Among hrs varied dutnes are the selec tion of teachers and numerous meetings with the school board 18 MR HARLEY O BORGEN Prmcrpol of Neenah High School The aclmanlstratron of Neenah Hugh School ns the duty of our pruncrpal Mr Borgen who pro vides unvaluable assistance and dlrectlon to both teachers and pupils DR DONALD SCOTT Director of Curriculum Coordnnatung the courses of lered by Neenah s public schools as Mr Scott who also supervises the entire Visual Ands Program FACULTY MR. GEORGE CHRISTOPH Ph.B,, Lawrence College Science, Dean ol Boys, Hall Monitors, Safety Committee MISS MARGARET GRIFFITHS B.A., Ripon College M.A., University at Wisconsin Social Problems, Dean ol Girls, Future Teachers, Girls' Senate MR. HARRY SPOO BA., Principia College M,A,, Stanford University General Math, Director of Guidance, Chairman ol Junior Counselors MISS HELENE PETERSON B.S., University ot Minnesota Latin, Latin Club, Forensics MR. DOUGLAS A. PEARSON B.A., St. Olaf College English, German, German Club, Football Trainer, Hockey Coach MISS FANNYBELLE KISER B.A., Depauw University M.A,, University of Wisconsin wus MR. LENNARD KRAUSE B.A., Northland College M,S., University of Wisconsin Chemistry, Physics Science Proiects MR JOHN GUNDLACH MR. WILLIAM HAIDLINGER B.S,, Oshkosh State College Chemistry, Biology MR JACOB STOESZ ABE" Latin, Spanish, Latin Club, Spanish Club 'ws- A4122 V , gf'-Q, fhndl if yf'Lf'v'1f44 L X , J ,fdtgwwwf VK7. Um Lf.. ,fem I-kc. LL. 1241 MW, fl2,fw,f on t,ZJfL,7,g.r mai L wwf 52' f A , . Ev! ' -'J rcllf-viii! , f, f , Q" . ff i , 5011 gc bln YA-'Nfl ffffgah' Kfx c'Ml'1 '4"i3C'L" 'MCIVALJ lffdfp' - E' fl 'XX W,1Vf2'l,c1:f' 12 ffcihi , , , 411. ffldflw fir 1 1."'5 f- ' -4 ,l f CTJLLFCL .cfs Mix f F--'fe' C4 .4 5 , 1, , ,ff 71 . F fyf me l'ff'4'c-eg' M M M M 4 bv 3 MISS MARJORIE FINK . MISS JULIANNE WRCHOTA B.S., University ol Wisconsin B.S., Oshlrosh State College English, Forensics English, Asst. G.A.A. Advisor, Forensics MR, KENNETH ANDERSON MISS PATRICIA BRYAN BASW Lawifencf A I B.A., North Central College M-S-1 U""e'5'lY Ol W'5C0n5'n English, Forensics, Writers Club R. MARLON W. BATTERMAN B.S., Oshkosh State College Geometry, Solid Geometry, Trigonometry, Varsity Football Coach, Asst. Track Coach ISS HELEN HUGHES B.S., University ol Minnesota Ph.M., University of Wisconsin Advanced Algebra, World History, Forensics, Honor Society ISS LELA RAINE Ph.B., M.S., University ot Wisconsin Algebra, Geometry, Chairman ol Freshman Counselors R, JOSEPH BRAUN B.E., River Falls State College Algebra, General Mathematics, Baseball Coach, Asst, Football Coach English, Speech, Thespians, Forensics, Senior Class Advisor CLASSROOMS WERE THEIR STAGE MR. KENNETH POULTON B.E., Northern Illinois University Ph.M,, University ot Wisconsin Geography, Special Classes MR. WILLIAM DUNWIDDIE B.A., University of Wisconsin M.A., Ohio State University Economics, Social Problems, Debate, Forensics MR. JOHN REQUE f"N, B A., Luther College Civics, World History, Frosh. Football, Wrestling as--L zu? 1 Q.. QS, - 'Q MISS RUTH HEIN MR. RICHARD ALBERT B.S,, Oshkosh Slale B.S., M.S,, Universily ol Wisconsin College English, Forensics, Cross Couniry, English, Forensics Sophomore Class Advisor MR. LYLE MURLEY B.A., Sl. Olaf College English, Pep Club, Rocltef Echoes, Chairman of Senior Counselors MR. KENNETH PETERSON B.E., Whifewofer Slate College M.S., Uriiversily of Wisconsin Bookkeeping, Business Adminisfraiion, Business Law, School Activity Accounts SUBJECTS WERE THEIR SCRIPT MISS DOROTHY BURGDORFF B.E., Whifewaler Stare College M.S., Universify of Wisconsin Oflice Practice, Shorthand, Typing MIl?SAJUgITglC3LC?l1 e MISS EDITH CUMMING ' ' D 9 . B.E., Whifewafer Sfafe College Amenccn H'S'0"Y' Forensms M.A., Norfhweslern Universily MR, ROBERT THOM Typing . . . ., ' ' l W' ' MR. WARREN SCHUKNECHT 2.5! MRSOCiEfeZ'l O A'f,C7fS'n BA., Norlh cenfmi College 'MSS JANWE GRM 'WCS' WSC" C 'V' Y , , , B.E., Whitewafer Siafe College Tickefsl Clogs Elecfiong World History, Varslfy Service B - . I Chairman of Sophomore Counselors Usmess lm""n9' Shonhond' MR. DON BARTELT Cub Advisor B,S., New Mexico Sfcfe College MR. IVAN WILLIAMS Civics' Jr! Vorshy Bcskefbcli Coach' Ph.B., Ph.M., Universily ol Wisconsin Assf. Football Coach, Jr. Class Advisor American History, Tennis Coach E- W-s.. -..M N.. .. .mfs V ... ,.,, . Y , , TL" ' 'Lf1l'T" 21 FACULTY 2 , , 5 :si 3 MR. CHARLES BUCK MISS RUTH ROPER MR. ALBERT H. SCHULZE B.S., Oshkosh State College B.M., Lawrence College B.E., River Falls State College Librarian' Library Gob, proienionmsl MM., Northwestern University M.E., University ol Colorado Audio'Visual Coordinator Choir Senior High School Band MISS .IERILYN NELSON MISS HELEN FIRKUS B.A., St. Olaf College B.S., Stevens Point State College Art Home Economics, Home Economics Club 22 - . li kai-K 6 MR. AL POELLINGER B.S., Stout Institute General Shop, Printing, Cub MR. ARMIN GERHARDT B.S., Stout lnstitute General Shop, Woodworking, Conservation Club MR. EDWIN ZENISEK B.E., Oshkosh State College Drafting, General Shop, Machine Mechanics MR. OLE JORGENSON MR. HARLAND I. CARL B.E., La Crosse State College B.S., M.A., University of Wisconsin Director ol Physical Education and Physical Education, Asst. Football Coach Athletics, Basketball Coach Head Track Coach Adv'sor MISS PATRICIA MERTENS B.S., La Crosse State College Physical Education, G.A.A., Cheerleaders , f l :::,,' Q., Quail I"'l,0l 2 fY ...f R CUSTODIANS Caring for the buildings and serving the students in many other ways are Mr Urban Mr Prentice Mr Pingle and Mr Erdman lc CAFETERIA STAFF Preparing the daily noon meal for the students are Mrs Chady and Mrs Fahrenkrug SUPERVISOR OF SCHOOL PROPERTY The purchase of all school equipment as well as the supervision of the entire mamtenance staff is the responsibility of Mr Earl Brien OFFICE STAFF The responsibilities ofthe ad ministrative details of the entire school system rests on the cap able shoulders of our oftice staff They include Mrs. Kruger Miss Hanson Miss Patzel Miss Albert Miss Bork and Miss Beisenstein. 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W ,fn S 0 lllll 4 'Q p f -WWW --ve-I' an 2 W2 on Row l Pyott Graversen Evans Zeumer Schloemer Eastwood Sumpson EL lg QR Row 2 Cochrane Nelson Schwerun Rogness Tolversen Reuersan Juluus W F, Ri 'A+ Row 3 K Huppler Germuga Read Dux Kung Wulson Zuem Harker Weber Wamsley Q S- lzlhkgts fs -e Nx .5 CHALLENGE ACCEPTED A record of hugh scholastuc achuevement servuce to the school and communuty and a responsuble nature qualuty uunuor and senuor students for the Natuonal Honor Socuety On the basus of these qualutues faculty members chose 44O!o of the lunuors and 66W of the qualutyung senuors to be unducted unto the Socuety on Apru 7 The Neenoh Hugh School Chapter serves the school by presentung commemoratuve pro ams on Veteran :X Day Washungton s and Luncoln s burthday, and by plac bb ung the honor rolls on the bulletun board These and 3 other actuvutues were supervused by Muss Hughes Ofticers for 59 60 season were Penny Sumpson presudent Helen Tolversen vuce presudent Duck Wulson, secretary treasurer and Elynor Evans hustoruan Seated Babbutt M Huppler Johnson Beatty Perry Standung Gollnow Koehn Webb Chrustuansoru Graebner Mott Ryan WE" 26 Hu uh , ll . , ,. 1. .L ,, u 'tv I S I , 4 l u 5, , fs 1 1 I . i , b- 7 I fe' I , 1 .- ,rf . , rx, or kb 1 X, X , :W- , , , , , , , ' , A ' Qs- : 1 I Ar 1 1 I u U - X-A -hx lb J 1 . , , , I ' , ' , ' , . , . 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Mita' e SENIOR ROTARY STUDENTS Following each gradmg penod of the school year two representatives of each class are chosen to attend the Rotary Luncheon They are pucked on the basis of scholastuc excellence and complnance to the Rotary Code of Ethucs Sensors who have attended are Jack Anker son Nancy Ballard Jlm Banks Bull Braun Jlll Cochrane George Dux Elynor Evans Lots Germuga Karen Grav IT' Julie Wamsley MY TRUE SECURITY ESSAY WINNER ersen Jull Harker Jane Hauser Kay Huppler Jeanette Kaun Steve Kung Peter Koerwutz Make Luntner Ned Read Mary Relerson Judy Rogness Dave Rusch Jack Sam Jerry Schaefer Jlm Sherman Penny Slmpson Helen Tolversen Julue Wamsley Duck Wllson Bonnie Wolterdmg and Carl Zoem x mf Www wh.,- Judlth Rogness George Dx NATIONAL MERIT SCHOLARSHIP FINALISTS To strive and succeed IS Indeed an honor To recogmze these honors IS the ROCKETS honor May your achuevements unspure others BADGER STATE AWARDS Seated Rlchad Wlson Elynor Evans Standmg Peter Millar Ned Read 27 I . 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I . : ' r I , STUDENT COUNCIL SCHOLARSHIP Wayne Rudolf Sie en Sf Ip STUDENT COUNCIL LIFE MEMBERSHIP WINNEBAGO COUNTY MEDICAL AUXILIARY SCHOLARSHIP Joo Habe 28 LEGISLATIVE SCHOLARSHIPS if Hele Loehn ng Na cy Glo e Sus Babb H Wnlham Kuehl Donald Jenson GENERAL SCHOLARSHIPS Susan Babbm AMERICAN LEGION ATHLETIC AWARDS ww' James Quade Jerry Erdman FORBES SCHOLARSHIP Ma llyn Kuhr Mary He nzlull Nancy Bredend ck BUSINESS AND PROFESSIONAL PARENT TEACHER WOMENS SCHOLARSHIP ASSOCIATION SCHOLARSHIP SCHOLARSHIP was recognized when awards were made Grades were Important In selecting the wlnners Some demonstrated thelr ablllty In strenuous examinations Others dlsplayed knowledge In speclallzed fields NEENAH ASSOCIATION OF MEN TEACHERS SCHOLARSHIP Wllaam Kuehl Susa Frakes PAULA BRAZEAU 30 Naomi Stoekll AMERICAN ASSOCIATION OF UNIVERSITY WOMEN SCHOLARSHIP GORDON ALBERT SCHOLARSHIP Te ry Tuff s ' a 2 1 . . . . I But all, without exception, would be called scholars. f s ' C 4 +"Mxg x Jud th Rogness Ned Read DAUGHTERS OF THE DISTINGUISHED SERVICE AMERICAN REVOLUTION AWARD AWARD Joan Pluclrer JOHN PHILLIP SOUSA AWARD LEADERSHIP was also a characterlstuc of the honored Many were active m community aftalrs They thruved on co curricular school actnvmes Each of them earned the respect of fellow classmates All wlthout exception would also be called leaders ROTARY ESSAY Helen Tol e Ned Read Julie Wcmsley ELKS LE P W A HI A A Th rd Place Ko en G a erse Geo ge D ' I I . . . . I . . . . . ' I I I I ' v rson, , ' First Place: Ned Recd, Helen Tolversen I : r r v n, r ix 1 A X , T7 N ' xx l ' - - . ' ' c F . 'al -- C7 Y I ' -u . ' E , .v xg ' ' . , :' - A. -:Ax - - f , A I' "ff ' ' .2 .- . any , iv: V ,ah ', , - 1 2. .f. , 1- -1 .r- f ' . N L . 3Ti,if--QU -Y ' 1- ' -X 'V . F." - ' 1'f.' 'QW' . . " Q - A 'H-1, '45 f f ' -f"W'f5' 'T-.."f'f"" - .- '- . 4 "U, --1, , . ' " 'S ' s ' ,Z-wg: , 1 ' X -W'. 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Q' , 4, fs, ?-f 33-- Qvy r , ., ' 'fylzffo f ,,,w-Q L' Vsfb. 'w A." ' ' v ', . 'll , - , k 1 'f ' fi f -f Ll ' ' .,' '4' f"x 'ur . . 4' 'Y Wd ... 'VAV r u I Y fv"',Q 'I -. f ,pd- XN li l N l X l W gr- t v l l -as rv,' -Q, s 11 ,- Q ".. v ,,.v--.-.. 1 .. fb X 5 3 P' i- --er Bayer, King, Rogness, Bylow A CLASS WITH CLASS As exuberant "trash" we elected our first olticers: John Whitney, president, Elynor Evans, vice-president, Marcia Pyott, secretary, and Jane Button, treasurer. This was a year of adiustment and learning. How proud we were to have Nancy Jack represent us at Homecoming and Sharon Nelson in the Venetian Parade. Through the trials of freshmen, we lived and learned to be spirited sophomores. Posters, people, and pep led to the election of Steven DenDooven as president, H Q 4 34 Kay Huppler as vice-president, Jill Cochrane as secre- tary, and Jill Harker as treasurer. The class elected Patty Williams as Homecoming attendant and Barbara Meyer as our Venetian representative. That the class possessed spirit and vitality was evi- denced by its remarkable dexterity. "Look's Like We'll Dunk'em, Do-nut" skipped home with top homecoming parade honors. "World Beat" aired our theatrical tal- ents. As iuniors we elected competent ofticers - Pete Mr. Kenneth Anderson served as the class advisor through four years at frenzied activity. In connect on wth social studies classes seniors attended career conferences each of which presented speakers on specific fields The merits of the Army at the Armed Services Conference were presented to Winters Palmer Bayer and Stier Millar president Ned Read vice president Barbara Meyer secretary Julie Wamsley treasurer, to assist Jill of the Sea Elynor Evans attended Badger Girls State while attending Badger Boys State were Dick Wilson Pete Millar and Ned Read Karen McNeil and Barbara Allan were Homecoming and Venetian attendants re spectively More activity than one could quite take care of aptly described our senior year Known as a class that broke traditions we elected Judy Rogness president Gary Bayer vice president Jill Bylow secretary and Steve King treasurer Assisting our fellow man became Bonnie Wolterding was elected Homecoming queen while Mary Lou Whittimore reigned as Venetian queen with Jill Bylow as her senior attendant The royalty at our last prom was Judy Rogness and Steve King June 8 came much too soon for us With caps donned we accepted our diplomas with high ambitions and mixed feelings Senior Board Members were standing Sherman Read R Carlson Kruse L Germuga Bogrand J Harker Roou and seated Bayer Rogness J Bylow and S King fs-...LQ 35 V gig . . , 9, - Q R 5 . I , ix l u I ' , ' 2 , ' - ' : , ' - ' 1 ' , 2 I I . I . . . I ' . . - Cochrane and Jim Winters in the planning of "Echoes a part of our lives as we "adopted" two foreign children. lr. - 1 ' ' ' ' , , , , , : I fs M f ' ' J j V! C I ' - fy . 'f - X ' .... 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Q' 1 NANCY BALLARD Nan Conservation Club 3 4 G A A Hall Monitor 4 Llbrary Club 3 Pep Club 3 Rotary Luncheon 3 Student Council 4 Entered from Appleton Was 3 JAMES BANKS Jim Buology Club I 2 Latin Club 3 Pep Club 2 3 4 Prolectuonusts 2 3 4 Rotary Lunch eon 2 Scvence Hobbnes I 2 4 Pres 3 Thespuans 3 4 JOHN BARKHAHN Cub Stafl 4 JAMES BART Professor Science Hobbues JOAN BARTHULE Joame nd I 2 Cub Staff 4 A 4 Pep Bond 2 3 ep Club I 2 3 4 Sa Clu I GA Y BAYER ex Basketball I Cla Vuce Pr s 4 otball I 2 3 4 N Club 3 4 Span Club Pre ack I 0 f H "f ' ' ' ' " ' : F ' ' : ' : ' ' : A I, 2, V, 3, 4. 5, ' ' z ' If 7: 1' . . . 1 ' , , 2, 3- AR " ", . . . , , , g 'rs' 3 I, g ' , , ,F , I I, 2, 3, ' : ' , 1 A . 3, 4: " ", Ba , , 3, g Bas- ag , 2, , 5 , 5 cil I, H "1 U I I 1 -1 Pre . g CI I, 2, 3, 5 nd , g ry : ' , : e rfs , , 0- Choir Ig Pep Club 2, 3. ' . 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HELEN BEDNAROWSKI Pep Club 3 Safety Club I CYNTHIA BEMOWSKI Cindy Hall Monrtor 3 4 Home Economics Club I Pep Club 3 Slu Club 3 NANCY BERENDSEN Home Economics Club 3 Pep Club KENNETH BIETTLER Ken Conservation Club I 2 3 4 PATRICIA BLANK Pat Hall Monitor 3 Home Economics Pep Club I 2 3 Safety Club I BONNIE BOGRAND B nd I 2 3 4 Future Teachers I Pep Bond I 2 Director 3 4 Pep Club 2 3 4 Rocket Echoes 4 WILLIAM BRAUN Bill Baseball I 2 3 4 Basketball I 2 3 Biology Club I Boys Choir I Conservation C u I Football I 2 3 4 Hall Monitor 3 N Club 3 4 Rotary Luncheon 3 NORMAN BREITRICK Senator B s Choir I 2 C n servatlon Club 4 Hall Monitor 4 Prolectlonlsts I 2 DORIS BREZINSKI Future Teachers 2 3 4 Home Econ ornlcs Club I Latin Club 3 Pep Club 3 Rocket Echoes SUSAN BUCHANAN Sue Band 2 3 4 Conservotuon Clu I 2 Future Teachers 2 3 Treas 4 GAA I 2 3 Point Recorder 4 German Club 4 Glrls Senate 4 Pe Band 3 4 Pep Club 2 3 JANE BUTTON Band I 2 Class Treas I Conservatlon u 3 GAA I 2 3 4 HoIIMonltor3 Pep l Q MARGARET BLOHM Morro Conservation Club 4 A I G Choir 2 3 Glrls Sen e Home conomlcs Club 4 Pep Club I 2 Rocket Echoes 4 ROCKET Staff 4 VIRGINIA BLOOM Ginny Biology Club I Conserva tion Club 2 G A A I 2 3 4 Hall Monitor 3 4 atln Club 3 Pep Club 2 3 4 ROCKET Staff 3 JUDITH BOEGH Judy Hall Monitor 3 Home Economics Club 37 3. 2: f , : , 2. if G.A. . , 2, 3, 4, irls' ' I, , , ' ' at I: E ' : , , 3, 4: ' : - - - , , , 1 ' , :L ' f 2. 0 r 1 1 I f 2, 3, G.A.A. 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Lf-9' DOUGLAS COTTRELL Cot Conservation Club 2 3 Cub Staff 4 Student Councul 4 Varsuty Servrce 2 3 SANDRA COTTRELL Sandve GAA 1 2 3 Grrls Chor 2 3 Pep Club1 2 3 4 ROCKET Staff CAROL CRAIG Biology Club 3 Conservatlon Club 3 Club 1 Pep Club 3 We studied, played JILL BYLOW Bond 1 2 3 Biology Club 1 Cheerleaders 1 2 3 4 Class Secretary 4 Conservation Club 4 Cub Staff 2 3 4 Future Teachers 1 Treas 2 3 Vce Pres 4 GAA 1 2 3 4 Glrls Senatel Hall Monitor 3 4 Pep Club 1 2 Co Vice Pres 3 Pres 4 Roc et Echoes 4 ROCKET StaH 2 3 4 Slu Club 2 Sec 3 Spanush Club 3 Thesplans 3 4 RAEBURN CARLSON Rae Cub Staff 4 GAA 2 3 4 Gnrls Choir 1 Home Economics Club 1 2 Library Club 2 Mlxed Chour 2 Pep Club 1 2 3 4 Student Coun MERLE CHUDACOFF Mert B n 1 2 G 2 3 4 Hall Monitor 3 Latln Club 4 Pep Band 2 3 4 Pep Club 1 2 3 4 ROCKET Staff DARRELL CLOUGH Conservation Club 1 HEATHER COCHRANE Jill Biology Club 2 4 Board 1 Class Sec 2 GAA 1 2 3 4 Latln Club 3 National Honor Society 4 Pep Club I 2 3 4 Rocket Echoes 4 ROCKET Staff 2 3 Co Busmess Editor 4 Rotary Lunch eon 3 Slu Club 3 Student Council 1 ANN COERPER Anme GAA 4 Entered from Fond du Lac Wls 4 'Q 'Q of "-n 1 38 NCY CROOKS Crooks Entered from Menasha Was GARY CUMINGS Butch B nd 1 2 3 4 Footb ll 1 C 4 Pep Band 3 Spanish Clu Thespuans 4 DONALD DAIGLE Don Conservation Club 2 3 P lectlonnsts 2 3 4 MARY DE JARDINE Deetz GAA 3 4 Gurls Choir 2 VID DEMENY Louie Boys Choir 1 Conservatlon Cu 1 2 STEPHEN DEN DOOVEN Steve Class Pres 2 Cross Country 4 Football 1 N Club 4 Pep Club 3 4 Sk Club 3 Spanish Club Treas 3 Student Council 1 2 Vlce Pres 4 Tracll 1 2 Q , , 1 ' 1 6. , , , : : ' : ' , : , - , , i - . , . . 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I b , . r Q , 7 I I I ,- J I W 3, A - . : , , 3, 4. .JA E , worked, and laughed PHILLIP DENNIS Stubby Basketball I Boys Choir Conservatxon Club I 2 Cub Staff 4 Football 'I 2 4 N Club 3 4 Rocket Echoes 4 Student Counctl Thesplans 4 Track I 2 3 GEORGE DIX Biology Club I 3 4 Treas 2 Debate Pres 3 4 Forenslcs 3 German Club Pres 4 Natlonal Honor Society 4 Pep Club 4 ROCKET Stall 2 Sports Edntor 3 Edttor 4 Rotary Luncheon I Student Council CAROL DRAJESKE CD Biology Club 4 Conservatlon Club 2 Gurls Cholr I 2 Home Economlcs Club 4 Pep Club I ROCKET Staff 3 BURTUS DREWS Bur Conservatton Club I 2 3 4 Hall Momtor 3 4 JOAN DU CHAINE .lonl Band 3 Conservation Club 3 4 Cub Stall 4 Debate 3 Forenslcsl 3 4 Future Teachers 4 GAA I 3 4 Gtrls Chair I Hall Momtor 3 4 Home Economlcs Club 4 Library Club 4 Pep Club I 3 4 Thesplons 4 Entered from Beaver Dam Ws 3 MARY EASTWOOD Lynne Conservation Club 3 4 Forensics 3 Future Teachers 2 Htstorlan 3 GAA I 2 3 4 Hall Momtor 4 Latin Club 2 National Honor cnety 4 Pep Club 'I 2 3 4 Rocket Echoe ROCKET Stall 2 3 Spanish Club 4 uv? fe 'Y ELYNOR EVANS Dee Dee Badger Gnrls 3 Band I 2 4 Buology Clubl 2 3 Pres 4 Class Vlce Pres Conservation Club I Cub Stafl I 2 GAA I 2 4 Hlstorlan 3 Lotln Club Co Consul 3 National Honor Society 3 Hlstorlan 4 Pep Band 2 3 4 Pep Club I 2 3 4 Rocket Echoes 4 ROCKET Stall 3 Layout Edltor 4 Rotary Luncheon 2 Student Councll 3 Thes plans 3 Vlce Pres 4 JOAN EVANS Joanne Home Economics Club 3 4 KATHRYN FALCK Knm F renslcs 3 GAA I 2 3 4 Ha Momtor 4 Pep Club I 2 3 4 MARIAN FLATOFF Gnrls Choir I Hall Monitor 3 Home Economics Club I 2 Pep Club 2 3 MILTON FUHS Mlclr Entered from O lc Parlr III 3 JUDITH GAUGER "Judy" A I, Hall Momtor Home Economlcs Club I 'hi F. 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P 1 - 'l, 2, 3, 4. " " ' . . 45 G. . . l, 2, , 5 ' ' c. 5 ' Club . ' ' . 5 V A r : 1 - 5 : " ", ' Y , 5 oss OUI' many talents JANE HAUSER ".Ianer", Forens'cs 3, 45 Fuiure Teachers 2, Poinf Recorder 35 G.A.A. I, 2, 3, 45 Girls' Choir I, 2, 35 Hall Monifor 3, 45 Lafin Club 35 Racke? Echoes Class Edilor 4- ROCKET S1al'I 3- Rotary Luncheon 44 Thesplans 3 Sec 4 PATRICIA HEDBERG Faf Band I 2 3 4 Home Econ omlcs Club 4 Pep Club RONALD HEINZ Helny Foolball 4 German Club 4 Science Hobbues I 2 DAVID HIELSBERG Dave B nd I 2 3 4 Consev hon Club I 2 Foolball I Lafm Club 3 Pep Band I KENNETH HOBART Ken Prolecinonms 2 4 ROBERT HOCHHOLZER Huclr I.aIun Club 3 Pep Club I ..- Nr' Class Vuce Pres 2 Conservahon Club I 3 Treas 4 Debale 2 GAA I 2 3 HISTOYIOTI 4 Girls Senate 3 Hall Monllor 4 Lahn Club 3 Library Club 2 Mlxecl Chour 4 Nahanal Honor SOCIETY 4 Pep Club I 2 4 Sec 3 Roclxel Echoes 4 ROCKET Sfoff 2 3 Rolay Luncheon I Slu Club 3 NANCY JACK Nanc Conservahon Club I 2 4 Sec 3 Fufure Teachers 3 G A A I 4 Pom? Recorder 2 Vlce Pres 3 Girls Senate Treas 3 Hull Monitor 4 Lain u 3 Pep Club I 2 3 Sec 4 Roclrel Echoe ROCKET S105 2 3 Svudenl Councll 2 PATRICIA JAPE Pal Biology Club 4 Home Economucs u 2 3 JAMES JENSEN Jens B nd I Baskelball I 2 3 Lahn Club 4 Thesplans 2 3 4 ANDREW JONES Andy Conservahon u I 2 Staff 3 Adverhsnng Manager 4 Pep Club 2 Prolec TIOYIISIS I 2 3 4 Rocket Echoes 4 JUDITH JULIUS Judy Biology Club 4 A I Treas 4 Girls Senate 2 Hall Monllor 4 Lohn Club Nahonal Honor Soclely 4 Pep Club I 2 3 Rocket Echoes Class Edlfor 4 ROCKET S105 2 3 Co Business Ednor 4 l ii DOROTHY HOLEWINSKI Helen Cheerleaders I 3 4 Fulure Teachers I Hlsfonan 2 Sec 3 Pres 4 GAA 3 4 Girls Senate I Hall Mom? 4 a Club 2 Pep Club I 2 3 Sludenl Council 4 NANCY HOUTS Bond 2 3 Sec Treas 4 Conservahon Cub 3 4 GAA 2 3 4 German Club 4 Pep Club Enlered from Menlo Park Calif 2 BRYON HUEBNER Hueb Cub SIalT 4 Foolball I 2 N Club 3 4 Rockef Echoes 4 Track 2 3 4I 'F l , , , Q V ' 5 2, 3, 4, N 'I " U , , , : r 0- ' 2, 3, 4. 1 I,2,,5" 5 'or3,5Llln If I , : . - - , , : : 3, 4. , ' . . 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" ", ' CI b , 5 Cub " ", ' 5 G.A. . , 2, 3, 3: ' ' : , , , 4: CAROLYN KOHLER Carol Biology Club 3 Conservatlon Club 4 GAA 3 Safety Club 3 SHIRLEY KOPITZKE Koplt GAA I 2 3 Library Cl b GARY KOSTRAZAK Red Football I Student Councll 3 42 An evening of enchantment SA LY KARUHN GAA I 2 3 4 Pep Club 2 JEANETTE KAUN Jan Hall Monitor 3 4 Latin Club 2 Rocket Echoes 4 Rotary Luncheon 3 WILLIAM KEBERLEIN Bfll Varsity Service 3 4 GEORGE KESSLER Buology Club 4 Conservation Club 2 Latm Club Pres 3 Pep Club 4 Entered from Menasha Ws 2 STEVEN KING Steve Band I Basketball I Blology Club 2 3 Class Treas 4 Conservation Club 2 3 Cub Staff Speclal Columnist and Curculatlon Manager 3 4 Forensucs 3 4 Hall Momtor 3 Latln Club 3 Natuonal Honor Society 4 Pep Club I 2 3 Vlce Pres 4 Rocket Echoes 4 ROCKET Staff 3 4 Rotary Luncheon 2 Safety Club 3 Student Councsl 4 Thesplans 4 Varsnty Service 4 PETER KOERWITZ Pete Bnology Club I 2 Conserva tion Club I 2 Football I Pep Club 3 Rotary Luncheon SANDRA KRAMER Suzy Conservatvon Clubl 2 Home Economucs Club I Pep Club I 2 MARY KRAUS Mac Conservatlon Club 3 4 Girls our I 2 Pep Club PATRICIA KRAUTKRAMER Krauts Brology Club 2 Con servatlon Club 2 GAA 2 Home Economics Club 2 Pep Club 3 4 KREUTER Tmy Cheerleodersl 2 GAA I 2 4 Hall Monitor 3 4 Pep Club 2 3 4 ROCKET Stag CAROLE KRUSE Shortre Cub Stafl I 2 3 4 Forensics 4 Gurls Senate Sec Pep Club I 2 3 4 Rocket Echoes 4 ROCKET Stafl 2 3 4 Spanush Club 4 Student Councll 2 3 Thesplans SONDRA LABELLE Sondr German Club 4 Girls Choir 4 Entered from Menasha Ws 3 . , L . . , , , , 5 . 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'X A , I . . wrfh Echoes of the Sea ' DAVID LANGE Conservahon Club 4 Football 4 Entered from Oshkosh Ws 4 JEANETTE LANGENBERG Jon GAA 4 Tre 3 Glrls Choir 'I Gurls Senate Sec 2 Hall Monitor 4 Club I 3 4 Spanish 2 Thespnons 4 Treas 3 DANIEL LARSEN Lars Boys Choir I Conservotuon Clu l PAULINE LARSON Pauli Biology Club 2 3 Conserva tlon Club 2 3 Forenslcs 3 GAA 3 Glrls Choir 2 Monltor 3 4 Pep Club 2 3 Club 2 Student Councll 2 3 Thesplnns 3 4 SUZANNE LARSON Sue Forensucs l 2 Hall Mon 4 Pep Club T 2 ROCKET Stat? 2 LAVERNE LASHUA Biology Club I Conservation Club 4 Future Teachers 3 Hall Monitor 4 Home Economics Club 'I Latln Club 3 Pep Club 2 3 Rocket Echoes 4 SHARON LUEBKE Sherry Band l GAA 3 Pep Band SUSAN MCCOY Sue Forensics 4 GAA 4 Pep Club 4 Entered from Menasha Was 4 JEANNETTE MCLEOD Jan Conservatlon Club 4 For ensvcs 3 Home Economics Club 4 ROCKET Staff 4 Spanish Club Vuce Pres 4 Entered from Ruce Lake Ws I KAREN MCNEIL Moc Hall Monitor 4 Entered from Green Boy Wus 2 KAREN MADSEN Mads Conservation Club 2 GAA I 2 3 4 Girls Senate 2 Hall Monitor 4 Latm Club 3 Pep Club T 2 3 4 ROCKET Staff 2 Sk: Club 2 Student Council 3 Thesplons 4 RALPH MAHONEY Mfke Boys Cholrl Conservatxon Club 'I Cub Staff 3 4 Prolectlonlsts 2 Rocket Echoes JOHN LENZ Boys Choir I 2 Conservation Club 'I 2 3 Forensics 3 Hall Monltor 4 Pep Club I 2 Sponlsh Club 4 Student Councul 2 Tennis 2 3 Track MARILYN LINK Biology Club 'I 2 4 Conservation Club MICHAEL LINTNER Mike Conservatron Club 2 Foot I 4 Latln Club 3 Mixed Choir N Club 2 3 4 Pep Club 2 3 ROCKET Staff 2 Rotary Luncheon 3 Track 'I 2 3 4 43 T ll I , I, . 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H ff - I. . h . , A . . . f , , , : : : I 1 3, 4. in C5 .--n sq, ive' ,ff 'Q- CONSTANCE MOTTL Connie Fo enstcsl 2 GAA I 3 Pep Club I 2 3 ROCKET Stafl 2 Student Council DALE MROTEK Moe Basketball I 2 Conservation u I tball n u u nnls I SHARON NELSON Shari Biology Club I GAA 2 Vt e Pres 4 Library Club 2 Vuce Pres 3 r s Latin Club Co Consul 2 Natuonal Honor Soctety Pep Club I 2 3 4 Skt Club 3 Thesplans 3 Treas Cho: Sun Nam and George YVONNE MANTEUFEL Band l 2 Conservation Club I 2 3 4 Hall Monitor 3 4 Home Economncs Club 2 Pep Club 2 BERNARD MEYER Berme Conservatuon Club 2 Cub S 3 4 Hall Monutor 4 Mlxed Choir 'I Roc et Echoes 3 4 PETER MILLAR Badger Boys State 3 Baseball 3 4 Bas ketball I 2 3 Blology Club I Class Pres 3 Football 3 4 Hall Monitor 4 Latm Club Sec Trea N Club 3 4 Student Councul 4 Track I 2 CHELL MILLER Mitch an I seball 2 St tt 4 Football l 2 4 Club 4 Rocket Echoes 4 Student Counctl 4 RICHARD MILLER Dick Basketball I Manager 2 3 4 otball I 2 H M nn or 3 N C u ent Caunctl 3 Track I 2 3 ALLAN MILLS Scott Scuence Hobbles I Spantslw Club 44 NANCY NEWTON Newt Biology Club 3 Conservatlon u 3 4 G A A If 3 Monitor 3 4 Pep Club 3 DAVID OLSEN Ole Boys Choir I 2 Conservatnon u 2 3 4 Foo ball Hall Monitor 3 SANDRA OLSEN Sandee Ban I Btology Club I G A I 2 3 4 Hall Monltor 4 Lattn Club 3 ltbrary U 2 3 4 Pep Club I 2 3 4 ROCKET Sta PATRICIA OSTROWSKI Patt Conservation Club 4 GA A I Hall Monutor 4 Home Economlcs Club 3 4 Pep Club 2 LARISSA OVANESSIAN Bnology Club 4 Conservatlon Club 4 GAA 4 Student Councnl 4 Entered from Teheran Iran 4 LYLE PALMER Conservation Club 2 3 4 Hall Manrtor 4 P Club 2 3 4 o .' , , : , : I '13 TT: tt I H - I tall , , ' , ' ' 5 k mfr? s I z , : ' 3, , , : ' z A 1 1, 2, t : A : ' .- s. 3, V MIT H ' H, B d , Ba , 3, 4, Cub a , , , 3, 4, N Club 3, , Pep 4' . 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H Cl : ' : -A4 . , f t : ' z ' J ' Cl b , , z , , . : H 4. ep , , , gave us safrsfachon DONALD PARKER Don Entered from Wausau Ws 4 LEONARD PETERSON Len Band 'I 2 Conservatlon u 'I Football l 2 3 4 N Club 3 4 Spanlsh u Track 1 LYNN KRUSCHKA PETERSEN Band 2 Blology 3 Con servatlon Club 3 Cub Stott 3 4 Future Teachers 2 3 AA I r u Rocket Echoes 4 Spanush Club 3 Entered from Osh kos Was 2 RONALD PETERSON Ron Biology Club l Conservatlon Club 2 3 Hall Momtor 4 PATSY PINGEL Pat Conservatton Clubl 2 3 4 Hall Momtor 3 4 Pep Club 4 Rocket Echoes 4 .IANALEE PONTOW .lan GAA l 2 3 4 Glrls Chonr 'I Hall Momtor 4 Home Economics Club I Muxed our 2 Pep Club l 2 EDWARD READ Ned Badger Boys State 3 Band l 2 3 Pres 4 Blclogy Clubl 2 Class Vlce Pres 3 Latrn Club Pres 4 N Club 4 National Honor Soclety 4 Pep Band 4 ROCKET Stott 4 Rotary Luncheon l Sclence Hobbles 2 3 Tennlsl 2 3 4 Varsrty Servuce Vuce Pres 3 Pres 4 CAROLE REDLIN Red Conservation Club 4 GAA l 2 3 4 Glrls Cholr I Home Economlcs Club 2 Mixed Choir 2 Pep Club 'l 2 3 4 Rocket Echoes 4 Thes plans 4 DUNCAN REED Baseball 4 Cub Stott 4 Rocket Echoes 4 Entered from Hoqulam Wash 4 MARY REIERSON Band l 2 Biology Club l 2 Con servatlon Club 'l Cub Staff I Forensics 3 GAA 'l 2 3 4 Gnrls Senate 4 Latln Club 3 National Honor Socnety 3 4 Pep Band l 2 Pep Club I 4 Treas 2 Co Vnce Pres 3 Rocket Echoes Editor 4 Rotary Lunch eon 1 Sk: Club 3 Spanish Club Sec Treas 4 Student Councnl 3 Sec 4 JOHN REUSS Cross Country 4 Track 'I 2 3 4 DOUGLAS ROBINSON Doug Conservatnon Club 2 Cross Country 4 Track 3 4 Varslty Service 4 '48 Qs- cf 'sz' 9 'S MARCIA PYOTT Band 'l Bology Club 'l 4 Class Sec l ns rvaton Clubl 2 Forensncsl 2 3 GAA 'I Pe Club l 2 3 4 Rok t Echoes 4 ROCKET tt 2 3 Student Ccuncll 4 Thespnans 3 4 RAYMOND QUIMBY Qurm P p Club 2 3 Track 2 Entered from Waukesha Ws 2 CYNTHIA RAWSON Cindy Band 3 4 Biology Club 4 Hall Momtor 4 Pep Club 3 Entered from Oswego New York 3 is 4? ,,,-.1 45 o o l 11 11 D - , Cl b 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 ' Cl b A ' ' 45 , X 1 ' 1 1 ' 1 1 1 1 1 Q f 41 G. . . 31 L'b ary CI b 3, 41 Pep Club 2, 31 17" - 1 ' 1 ' h, '. . 1 1 1 1 ' - f. 7 1 ' . "' lug? 1 ' I 11 11 1 1 1 1 ' 1 ' 1 ' Ch ' 1 , , 3, 4. 1 f 1 1 - 1 Coef ,y '111...,2, 3, 45 Girls' Senate Pres. 45 Latin Club 31 Pep Band lg p , , , 1 ce . 5 Sta 1 1 ' 1 ' 1 . ' 11 - 11, e I I I ' , i. . V A1 ' H ' 1 1 1 1 1 - 1 -1 11 11 1 , 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 ' 1 1 ' - - 1 ' - 1 1 ' ' 1 1 1 1 , 4 - 1 , . . . 5 ll ll ' V -" . 1 . . . 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 - 1 1 1 1 1 ' 1 1 - ' 1 1 ' 1 - - - 1 . , . . 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 - 1 . ' . , : ' I . 1 ' 1 ' -- - 1 ""' 11 11 - 1 1 1 1 1 ' ' - '4"'7 -117 DAVID RUSCH Nlg Biology Club I 2 Boys Chour 2 Treas 'I Footballl 2 Lotun Club 4 Rotary luncheon JOHN SALM Jack Conservotuon Club 'I 2 3 4 Cross Country 4 Hall Monltor 4 N Club 4 Pep Club 3 4 Rotary Luncheon 2 Track 4 SUSAN SAMUELSON Sue Sum P p Club 'I 2 3 A 'I 2 3 Glrls Senate 2 Llbrary Clu ?"" i 110 N, 46 'E' 1-4 Breaking tradmon we earned JANICE ROGGE Jan F renslcs l 2 3 4 Glrls Ch l 2 Hall Momtor 4 Home Economncs Club 2 4 Pep C u 'l JUDITH ROGNESS Judy I ogy Club 'I 4 S I e Pres 3 ass res Forensics 4 Future achers 4 GAA l 2 3 Pres 4 German Club Gnrls Senate Vuce Pres 4 Latm Club 2 Natnonol Honor Socnety 3 4 Pep Club l 2 3 4 Rocket Echoes Cass Edntor 4 Rotary Luncheon 'I Thesplans 4 SHIRLEY ROSENTHAI. Shlrl Conservation Club GA A l 4 Hall Mamtor 4 Home Econamlcs Club Treos 3 Pep Club 3 DIANE ROSINSKI GAA 2 3 4 Glrls Cholr I Sec Lum Club Sec Treas 4 Pep Club 2 3 4 ELIZABETH ROSS Jan GAA 4 Pep Club 'I GARY ROOU Doc Basketball 'I Conservation Club Football 'I Latln Club Vnce Pres 3 Pep Club 4 1-"7 JERALD SCHAEFER Jerry Band 'I Conservatlon Club I 2 3 4 Cross Country 3 Football 4 Hall Momtor 3 4 N Club 3 Vuce Pres 4 Pep Clubl 2 3 4 Stu ent uncll 3 Trocll 'I LOIS SCHLOEMER Lore D bctel 2 3 GAA I 2 3 Girls C our l Latin Club 2 Mixed Choxr 2 a tional Honor Socuety 4 Pep Club 3 ROCKET Staff 2 3 Wrltlng Editor 4 JOHN SCHMEREIN Schmooze Cross Country 4 Hull Monitor 4 N Club 4 Pep Club 4 Science Hobbies 1 Tennls l 3 4 Entered Irom Farubault Munn 3 CHARLES SCHUBERT Chuck Boys Cholr I 2 Football 2 German Club 4 Pep Club 4 DONNA SCHULTZ Hall Monstor 4 Home Economics C'ub Pep Club 2 KAREN SCHWARTZKOPF Shorty Conservation Club 2 A 4 Pe C 2 3 Ushers o o 0 " o ' , , , p ' ' air I b . V. 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N 3, 4, G,A. . 1, 2, 3, , p lub 1, , , Club ' I. respect, gamed sahsfachon MICHEELE SCHWERIN Micky Forensics 3 G A A 3 4 Gvrls Choir 3 Pres 4 Natronal Honor Soclety 4 Pep Club 4 Entered from New Holstem Ws 3 FREDERICK SEELOW Felnx Conservaton Club I 2 3 PA MER SELL Bond I 2 3 4 Baseb II 2 3 4 on votlon Club I 2 3 La C ub 4 Pep Band 3 4 Track 'I BRUCE SENSIBA Sense Conservatlon Club 3 Football I Mixed Choir I 2 Pep Club 4 Spam h Club 4 Tennls 3 Varsity Service 3 JAMES SHERMAN Sherm Basketball 'I Football 'I 2 3 4 N Club 3 4 Student Cauncll 3 4 Thesplans 4 PENELOPE SIMPSON Penny Biology Club I Cub Staff I Debate 'I Paint Sec 4 GAA I 4 National Honor Society Pres 4 Pep Club 4 Rocket Echoes 4 ROCKET Staff 4 Rotary Luncheon I Student Councrl 4 Entered from Mexico Cnty Mex 4 IUDITH STEINKE Judie Bnology Club 2 3 Conserva tlon Club 2 3 4 GAA 3 Spanash Club 3 Entered from Temno Wash 2 THOMAS STIER Tom Latin Club 3 Sclence Hobbies I 2 3 Track 4 ARTHUR STRONG Art Blology Club 4 Pep Club 4 Student Councul 2 ROBERT STURN Bob Conservatlan Club 4 Pep Club 4 NORMAN TALARCZYK Tick Football I Latln Club 2 ROGER TELLOCK Baseball I Hall Monitor 4 Pep Club ROBERT SMITH Smitty Conservatlon CIub'I 2 3 Hall Monitor 4 TOM SMITH Smitty Basketball I 2 3 4 Boys Ch I 2 Sec Treas 3 Cross Country 3 Football I 2 N Club 3 Sec Treas 4 Prolectlonlsts I Spanish Club Vlce Pres 3 Student Council 4 Track I 2 .IANICE STARCK Bnology Club I 2 3 4 Cub Staff 'I 2 3 4 Forensics 2 3 4 Future Teachers 2 3 4 Pe Club I 2 3 4 ROCKET StaI'T 4 Spanish Club 3 Yi, 'Lg 'i W'-p N if 47 o o 0 ' ' ' 'W' ' 'Y . , . . . , - . : . 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I is . 2, 3, 4. 31 Q , .I ' 4 'V' , :fi I I x -dv ali .f"7 T HENRY VANDER HEYDEN Dulre DENNIS VOSS Den Band I Conservatlon Cl 2 JULIE WAMSLEY Band I 2 3 Vlce Pres 4 Class Treas 3 Conservatlon Clubl 2 Forenslcs 3 4 GAA I 2 3 4 Girls Senate 2 Lotm Club Sec 3 Natnonal Honor Soclety 4 Pep Band 3 4 Pep Club 3 4 Rocket Echoes Class Edutor 4 Rotary Essay 3 Rotary Luncheon 2 Student Council Treas 4 Wrth commencement CHARLOTTE THIESSEN Chorrre Glrls Cholr 3 Entered from Menasha Wls 3 GLORIA THOMPSON Short Stuft GAA 3 4 H Il Monitor 4 Pep Club 3 .IUDITH THORNE Thorme Conservation Club 4 G A A 3 4 Gurls Choer 2 Hall Momtor 3 4 Lxbrar Club 2 3 4 Pep Club 3 Prolectuomsts 4 CHARLES THORSON Chuck B nd I Conservation Clu I 2 Hull Monitor 4 HELEN TOLVERSEN Tolv B nd I 2 3 Bloogy CI b I 2 Conservatnon Club 'I 2 Cub Staff I Fea ure Editor 2 Front Page Edltor 3 Edntor 4 Forensics 3 4 GAA I 2 3 4 Girls Senate Treas 4 Latln ub 3 Natlonal Honor Socnety 3 Vnce Pres 4 Pep Band 3 Pe C 2 3 Treas 4 Ro ket Echoes it-9 i ROCKET Staff 2 3 4 Rotary Essay 3 Rotary Luncheon CLARENCE TRENTLAGE Trent Conservation Club I 2 Football I Pep Club 2 Q 1 OP' A -at nin- 48 RITA WEBER Forensics 2 Future Teachers I 2 3 4 Hall Momtor 4 Latm Club 2 Nataonal Honor Socuety 4 e Club 3 4 ROCKET Staff 2 3 MARY WHITTEMORE Conservation Club 4 GAA 4 Pep Club 4 Entered from Oshkosh Wls 3 PATRICIA WILLIAMS Pat Conservatlon Club I GAA Latln Club 3 Pep Club I 2 RICHARD WILSON Wrlly Badger Boys State 3 Band 2 Baslretballl 2 3 4 Cub StafII 2 Sports d ootball I 4 Lutun Club Pres 3 N u I 2 3 Pres 4 Natlonal Honor Society 3 Sec Treas 4 Pep Bond I ROCKET Stofl 3 4 Rotary Luncheon I St ent Council I 2 3 Pres 4 Tennis I 2 Co capt LLOYD WILZ Law Conservatnon Club 4 Forenslcs 4 Ha Monltor 4 Pep Club 4 Progectuomsts 4 Entered from Menasha Was 3 MARTHA WIMER Br sy GAA 2 Glrls Choir S c I Pep Club I 2 3 4 Spanish Club 2 Entered r m C lcago Ill I we faced new challenges THOMAS WINKLER Wmlr Conservatlon Club 4 Foot ball 2 Hull Momtor 4 Pep Club 4 JAMES WINTERS Wmfs Band I Basketball I C n servatxon Club I 2 3 Cross Country 2 Football 3 4 N Club 4 Pep Club 3 4 Track 2 3 4 MARSHA WOECKNER Marsh GAA I 2 3 4 Ha Mon tor 4 Pep Club I 2 3 ROCKET Staff 4 RUTH WOHLD GAA I 2 4 Gurls Senate I BARBARA WOLTERDING Bonme Conservotlon Club 3 4 Future Teachers 3 4 GAA 2 3 4 Hall Mcmtor 4 Latin Club 3 Pep Club 2 3 4 Slu Club 3 Thesplans 3 4 Entered from Oshkosh Wls 2 EULALI ZACHOW Lal: GAA 2 3 4 Pep Club 3 4 Spanish Club 4 Ushers Club I SENIORS NOT PICTURED PATRICIA HOPKINS ROBERT RISSE SHARON WOLSKE ,af BARBARA ZEUMER Bobbi Band I Conservatnon Club 'I Future T achers 3 4 GAA I 2 3 Sec 4 Glrls Senate 2 Lo In Club 4 Pep Club I 2 3 4 Rocket Echoes 4 CARL ZIEM dolph Biology Club 'I 2 3 4 Forensics 3 4 Hall Monitor 4 Latin Club 4 Mlxed Choar 'I National Honor Society 4 Thesplans 3 4 JUDITH ZIMMER Judie GAA I 2 3 Hall Monitor 2 3 Home Economucs Club 3 llbrary Club 3 4 Pep Club 49 The Sensor class theme of servsce was evsdent sn thesr adoptson of George Stamatsadss f Greece and Chos Sun Nom South Korea through the Foster Parents Plan Parents and chsldren communscated by masl to the satssfactson and en soyment of both Wg, SENIOR PROJ ECTS Larsssa Ovanessson foresgn exchange stu dent from Iran ss sntroduced to Msss Grsftlths by her Amerscan sssters Marcsa and Kay Huppler Larsssa enrolled as a Sensor took part sn Trees for Tomorrow the GAA sks weekend class prosects and the snnumerable for the Neenah Rockets In cooperatson wsth the Red Cross Blood Drsve some sensor students volunteered to brave the sharp needle and donate a psnt of thesr blood Showsng that st wasnt as bad as she expected Jan Longenberg watches Dr Ksrchgeorg accept her donatson other school actsvstses and was a loycsl rooter BACCALAUREATE JUNE 5 T960 Pr0CeSSu0nal War March of the Pruests Baccalaureate Sermon The Reverend L Clarence Kelly F Mendelssohn Arranged by DeLameter Pastor Methodist Church Mr Albert Schulze Director Neenah f-1,91-, School Bond Luft Up Your Heads Arranged by C W Andersen C b d Ch lnvocatuon The Reverend Muchael Koch om me mrs Assistant Pastor St Patrick Catholic Church Benedlchon The Reverend Mlchoel Koch Ours ls the World Morgan Combined Chours Muss Ruth Roper Director Recesslonol Coronallon March Accompanusts Karen Werlung and Margorue Erickson from The Propllel Jesu Joy of Man s Desire Bach G Meyerbeer Arranged by Luke Plano Truo Karen Graversen Helen Tolversen Neenah H'9h School Band Lous Germuga COMMENCEMENT JUNE 8 1960 Processuonal Pomp and Curcumstance Commencement Address Today Tomorrow Composed by Edward Elgar and Youll' Mr Albert Schulze Durector Mr Carl H Wollers Neenah High School Band Assistant Superintendent of Madison Public Schools Overture The Student Prunce lnvocatuon The Reverend Arthur R Tungley Composed by 5,gmU,,d Rombefg Pastor St Pauls Lutheran Church Neenah H,gh Sci-,001 Band Address of Welcome Presentation of Class Mr H O Borgen Pruncupal Neenah High School President Neenah Board of Education The Lord s Prayer Albert Mallotte Cl S Cl t 1960 Selected Band of Senuor Students GSS Ong USS O Beneductuon The Reverend Arthur R Tungley l"'lf0ClUCl'0'1 of Speakef MV H B Mefmes Recessuonal Pomp and Curcumstance Superintendent Neenah Publuc Schools Neenah Hugh School Band CLASS OFFICERS President Juduth Rogness Vuce President Gary Bayer Secretary Jull Bylow Treasurer Steve Kung Advisor Mr Kenneth Anderson CLASS OF 1960 SONG h s Neenah Hugh God be near Neenah Hugh Through the years We wull remember always Fear not what lues before you The memories we have Keep your banners hugh For the loys of work and fruendshup Though our hugh school days are over Gratefully we honor thee Neenah Hugh forever un our thoughts Hum through the last tume 51 , ' ll ' Il o T I . . , I , ll ' Il ' I . I l . ' . - I . u - Q ' ,, H D ' .... Z ................ ' H I H - I .................. I D D . ll Il ll I ' ll , 1' , ................. il I I , ' ll 1 fl ll ll I I I . . ll ' ll I . , . . . I . Words of Appreciation Presentation of Diplomas ............ Mr. Paul Groth . I . ll I ll ' 1 ll ' ll , to t e tune of "Var ity" I I , . - U . 1 A .-gt L fu D Perry B Barnes B Johnson G Webb EXPRESSC AND SOUTHERN BREEZES The energetic Jumors swnftly seuzed the honor of They concluded theur 1959 60 actnvrtnes wnth a ro bemg upperclassmen and undertook thenr first o electmg officers Wnnmng the wuld and wooly cam palgn were Gary Webb president Betsy Johnson vlce presudent Dawn Perry secretary and Barbara Barnes treasurer The spnrnt and pagentry of homecomnng was ac cented by Mr Blue the lunnor float and the electnon of Kathy Ryan as the classes attendant to the Queen Expressing thenr talents not only an actnng but also rn planning and organuzung the Jumors under the chalrmanshlp of Dave McKelllps presented the 60 Varlety Show, EXPRESSO Who wull ever forget the funny men 'P mantnc and musty prom Southern Breezes The even mg May I4 culmlnated months of plannnng by co chalr men Make Sperka Marcua Huppler and the prom commuttees To defray the costs of thus years actlvntles several extensive prolects were undertaken Among them bemg the Junuor Class Paper Sale the sellung of pom poms durung basketball season dances after games and the Varuety Show Hnghlnghtung the summer actrvmes Ellen Poellmger was chosen to represent the Class of 61 as the Ven etnan Queens royal attendant at the Fourth of .luly event Mr Bartelt was the class advisor R s.,,,Q 52 Bull Bard, Dawn Perry, Betsy Johnson, Ann Leffel and Mnke Sperka discuss various Ideas for decor atuons for the prom, "Southern Breezes " il t 5 S ' . . 1 ' .f . 'Q N 1 " ,N I - :J X 1' , 1 . f' b 4 ' V Y '- ' , s . ' lr ' ., 4 l 1' 3 "ll 1 , t if l 1 V :ff , pi , f Y"-ft-,rf f- ,-T,Q1 px' f 1 Nfy:--' ' L 4A,f . f xx -iwzffizg 1 - e J E 1 - Ag? 55:1 . Nj' ' 1-r..1:'fgf.f4-fx , , v ,K V t N V 1 . . . . . ,, ,, I b - . - . . . ,, . H . . I . . ' - I I - - I f I ' r I 2 , 2 , ' - ' . , . . . I If 1, v Q . . . . - 1 1 ' , . - I I . . I . . I I I l I I . . . I , , - ' ' II ' I Il ' T -. - ' I , uf , . I 1 Row l: Lee Aksfulewicz, Linnea Alberfs, Patricia Y, ,':! Y mf Juniors y f- 4 I 1 Allan, Susan Allen, John Ambroso, James Anderson, Lynn Anderson. Row 2: Marshall Anderson, Walfer Angell, Margarei Angermeyer, James Armafoski, Joan Babbivf, Sharon Babbifz, Berf Babcock. Row3 Janlce Badlke Wllllam Bayley wIllIQm Bard Charles Barnsfoble Barbara Barnes Larry Beyer Lora Beaify Row 4 Sharon Becksrrom Linda Benolf Ronald Bernhogen Carl Berrnger James Blebow Betsy Bullungs Mary Burr Row 5 Judulh Blank Ned Bleuer Fflfl Block Rob er! Blohm Karen Boehm Mary Jo Boehm John Bogrond Row 6 Bonnie Boushley Larry Boushley Rlld Buck Barbara Bukar Karen Bunn Roberl Burr Daniel Burr Row 7 Spencer Brenreuter Jucllfh Burr Gall Burt Sfeven Burton Wllllam Buss David Chrlsllonson John Chnsflanson A '3 ,H 'fir 4 If 6' . try 1' -ar 'Z17 ,. s f- fv 4-. Row l Dennis Clark Sam Clark Steven Clark Belh Clough Richard Collins William Coggsr Beffy Crane Row 2 Sandra Crooks Kalhleen Cumlngs John Long Roberl Demeralh Row 3 Dlana Dodge Jerry Drace Ann Ecknch Rachel Ehlers Bethe Ellis Roberta Erdmann Jane? Everson Row 4 Wllllam Fohrenkrug Peler Fora Gery Far re Joseph Felerelson Paul Fellon Susan Fleusch man Ken Forsythe 53 . . . .. ,- y J C l Q - J C J J3 !l'll v' L , 1 , ,W t i ., J.. ' ' w ,ff ' " xr 's . . ' 'A' 1 5 5 1 1 , I is ' , 45' ' ..' , ' , ' , 5" 1 ' 7 A V Q., ' f. f I I .f 3 rf ' f . , f X f , , +8 ' yi:-Q -. gp h 3 l Q4 I ,!' -tl 'I A. , 'x A f' 7. l V - . . . . ' J I C J I . . I . . . I L I K . 5 ' , 'P' 6 Q- l 3, 1' , A v-v .. r g- ' '- I 4 Nfl N! ' - 1' ,. ,F A I . V, Y H c 2 -1 Q-.Q All' U , ' f . in sl r 4 .Q-1 C ' . W' , -J, fm, I : , , , H , 5 A ff, - , y , . . , . . ' f me , ' " 3- I j. J' ' A Dachel, John Danke, Marene Domrou, Barbara De 'Q ' ag fb Y ,f I L' ,law 'la ""' 0 , rr- C , ' ', , -a' 1: f . v H . I " L ll, ' ' , I ' . , L "I, C , 'fy 1 - , . 7 A 'A' J 'J . 1 Y V , NS' N 'CJ in as as Q BEAT fi An IH Row 1 Ervun Henke Thomas Hensen Duane Hilde brand Davud Hlrschy Mary Ann Hole Susan Hoov er Richard Hrubesky Row 2 Ann Hruska Marcla Huppler Sally Hutchln son Forrest Hyde Glen Ihde John Jacob Sandra Row 3 David Jape Elizabeth Johnson Robert John son Joan Johnson Mary Jones John Jones Freder :ck Juhus Row4 Joyce Jullus Clyde Jung Terry Karuhn Judlth Kaufert Morthea Kay Carole Kehl Muchael Kehoe 'el Row 5 Joyce Kettner Mary Ann Klesmnt Mlchael Klmker Dale Knaack Richard Knoedler Rlchard Koehn Davld Kohler Row 6 Robert Kosloskl Patncna Kozy Ameha Kram arczyk Jacqueline Kramer Juduth Kramer Bonme Aff Krull Helen Kruse Row 7 Eugene Kuchenbecker Katherine Kurtz Shur ley landsverk Thomas Langenberg Steven Lanzer James LaSelle James Lauson 54 I Juniors Rowl Denms Freund Janet Gallmeler Richard Gear Joan Gehrlre Ronald Geiger Sharon Genett David Gerrnts Row 2 Richard Getschow Thomas Gnbson George Goetz Lynne Gollnow Gary Gmelner Robert Graebner John Gravntus Row 3 Thomas Grimes Richard Gulluckson Susan Grupe Lynn Hanaman Maunce Handler Charles Hansen David Hansen Row 4 Jerry Hansen Iva Hartzhelm Larry Heath Jerry Helder Michael Heinz Carol Heller Robert Hendrickson or 1 A 0 ik vw! ab nv if .. T d H . 5' A Q.. fs- ' ' . 9, , J y -, , I , K of ' . ffm ' ' V K iff I I - . . , , . t 1- V 46 . ' I ' X 1 -V V, f I U X' I 1 . I , . . I I 1 g. l 1 ' ' 3' .k f ' 1- fl M1 .- I s' V. l A T' if X is if - ' ' A it I -f x s I . I D Q X J I K 5 I .HE . , lla .Y all A s Q J W 1 D Q J T . "" ' ' e 1 1' f-' ff . r ' J fl 'f-is ' J Z I . I . I LX A K .1-A Jacobson. I I , M 9 K g A L 1 tl ' '--,. " S Alf 2 ' f ' ' ' l Q 4 G ,, If K f ' 4' . I 1 , , I - l V x S f J ' ' . ' 6 4 's ' M E ' , - f I I X ' , ' ' l. ., . . Q fl S xr I 1 t ,A,. : , . . N fx e. ' " 1 ' 1 ' I ' : If C ,',, ,: ' , I . . - ,x. 1 A " ' ' ' , . ,V Q J tl ,K v ,, ff rg , 1 , ' w"? , ,, .-A , . w A t lf, ' i , ,F 6 -'. :E ,y , J, J 'lfflfl -. 's ll rl 5 .. 135.3 . 4'f+x . ' Jumors Row l James Law Ann Leffel Rlchard Llebelt Carl Lemlxe Herb Lohse Juduth long James Luedtke Row 2 Davnd McKellrps Muchael MacGregor Shlr ley McManus Sharon Madsen Justine Mantor Jacqueline Marnne Gary Martmy Row 3 Sue Mayefslu James Meunler Bonnie Miller Bruce Muller Ruby Maller Davud Miracle Judith Mlsslmg Row 4 Jerry Moen John Moore Charlotte More house Thomas Mott Danlel Murphy Susan Neab lung John Nebel x .er ILV I QQ, ii S Q., QI W 0- K.: Rowl Rlchard Nelson Lea Nfclrasch Mary Ellen Nlckasch James Neilson Richard OBrlght Wlllard Olmger Nancy Olsen Row 2 Ann Olson Beverly Olson Gloria Olson John Oppelt Alfred Otto Jerome Palmquvst Janet Pawlacyk Row 3 Gayle Pelkey Everal Pelton Dawn Perry Pamela Peters Rlchard Peters Carol Peterson Thomas Peterson Row 4 Michael Pfrang Mary Pller Sharon Ploor Elen Poellmger Thomas Pollock Glorla Prnce John Prlce Row 5 Lester Quuck Dons Radant Van Ramlch Sandra Rausch Evelyn Reunhardt Peggy Remhardt F, Dorls Remmel Row 6 Terrance Roberts Lawrence Rogers George Rosenow Susan Ross Elazabeth Rowlandson Sarah Ryan Robert Sager Raw 7 Juduth Sanders James Sauby Sally Sauer Sharon Sauer Carl Schaefer Rnchard Schmndt Joseph Schmutzer 55 . . -, J 4, S I I I I . . I II I JJ, II II I , , , . III I 5 J QL -m 5 -l VU A U .xt 5. 5 ' . . . . . ' Qt , fa.. 'J' 31 i ' - ii , I ,I 4 I , , ' f - 'b T' 1'-I ' 'tif' ' , , I i Q X , I I Sa I II A , , , C: T A . 1 ' V ' wr ' lk, 'J ' ll ' . 'Fr X 'F 4 A f- E , ' W- X , f V" .L fi: T! A J A S 55 J as Ig ' III . 2 . ' . . . .J 1 ,i " Q . ' ' ' ,'l A. f' ' W l iV 5 1 I l I . T Q ' 5 ' 1? . QI Q S' T. G Q M- l 5 I Q5 f I I J I I I I J-Q I . I l Q fs u 4 l l ' l ' ' , , Wi . I I I I I I . I . I g A . J I sr I 3. Q J - I 'rr 7, g 2 5- 'B I : ' , , , ' .-I I f I I I . . I I ,IAQ 'Q ' ' Q C' 'mf T, A V66 Al Row 'l Dennls Wm John Wolf Terry Wruclc Ron ald Wruck Carol Yeager Wllllam Young Judith Zarnoih Row 2 Judnh Zeunerl Edwrn Znmmer 56 mil Juniors Row l Karen Schlndler Kay Schindler Glen Schroe der Wayne Schroeder Duvud Schuelke Dnefer Schulz Michael Schulz Row 2 Penny Schwerun Jerald Sell Mary Ann Sell John Severson James Smlfh Margaret Smufh Judrlh Sorenson Row 3 Mlchael Sperlra Roberf Spelgelberg Thomas Sfeffen George Sveflensen Mowry Shlp Thomas Svelow Thomas Sugden Row 4 Lloyd Swarm Davud Swenson Karen S rung Marcla Tafl Karen Thorson Kreth Thompson Krrsfen Thompson Row 5 Carol Tlschleder Jerry Tonn Mary Tyrrver Rodger VanderHelden Nancy Van Gompel Lee Row 6 Beverly Voldness Ronald Vasfer Russel Wagner Gary Webb Tom Wells Barbara Welnke Lorena Welland Row 7 Alice Wenneche Thomas Wenzel Pafrrcla Wetzel Richard Wickham Kathleen Wllms Rachael Wrlms Dale Winkler . ..- Q V . .y If :, j 4. ,. Tb' ' W 1 xl 'l' . 2 X V I' A I: 1 , . I I . 1 , lu' 'V , , 4 U' 1 A, gf t z , .,.-.40 T A y ' ' ' .J S 4 " ,, . g l f A : ' , ' , 7 Y' v T ' 1 ' . , f ' , I . ' , I . lf, , J , ,1 . . . . ff Q s rw sy. if ' ' ' will fl ' " ll A ' , , 1 N, . i s nk W 1 ' . I' ' I ' ' Xi ' l 4. k - , , Y ' Veeser, Michael Versfegen. ' MA 1 A ' f F1 1 lf - f - s 1, 1 , - - I . J U I U J N 6 4 5 X,-' X 0- yo. . , X I ' 'Y - fo X , , fl, AJ 4 X , . .. .fig if K 'Cya .A a fy! f I , . l , . . , . i r w A gd, F' , Q 7 R9 ,xx D. Wolterding, Pertain, M. Harker, Tretheway x -x l .Ez - .,, iw K' my - - 1 I T-9 Q-1 K s . l A WHALE OF A CLASS The snappy sophomores started a second successful year with an enthusiastic election of officers. Don Trethe- way was chosen as president, Doug Wolterding as vice- president, Mollie Harker as secretary, and Tina Pertain as treasurer. Soon after, the class scored an important victory when its float copped first place in the home- coming competition. The sophomore fioat, depicting a huge white whale, sported the slogan, "They'll Be Wail- Reierson, Croxson, R. Nelson, Pansch J.. , ing Tonight!" Chosen to represent the class on the homecoming court was Carol Jung. Preparing for the next two years, the sophs diligently built up their financial reserves. Money poured into the treasury from the proceeds of several post-basketball game dances. Finally, bringing an end to a wonderful year, the class chose Barbara Buchanan as their attend- ant on the Venetian Court. FRESHMAN FLEDGLINGS With expectations high and abilities abun- dant, the Class of 1963 walked up the steps and into its first year of senior high school life. With pride they presented Penny Yakes as the homecoming beauty. Their float, "Let's Give 'em a Boot and Lace Up Another Victory," placing third, exemplified the ingenuity and talent of this up and coming class. Youthful wisdom directed them to elect Jim Pansch, president, Robert Nelson, vice-presi- denty Cathy Croxon, secretary, and Ann Reier- son, treasurer. The freshmen sportsmen in future years will prove to be a great well of supply. The hard-working gridders were defeated in their final game to take second place in the confer- ence. The basketball team, encouraged by their energetic cheerleaders, remained undefeated and took top honors. Frosh representative for the July 4 parade on water will be sparkling Charlotte Pansy. 57 ffl' .Nz -9 av D rf' -'gli MP l.1 5 32 Row 'l Sharon Cowlmg Linda Cox Wllllam Cralg .loan Davey Wllllam Day Richard DeBenedetto Rlchard DeBoer Row 2 Susan De Jardnne Deanna Demeny Wllham Dernbach David Dethardt Gaul DeWald Larry DeWeert Penny DeWeert Row 3 Mary Dl6Ckl'lOH Richard Dledrlch Gilbert Dlx Jeffrey Dlx Susan Dordell Janlce Drews Jean Drucks Row 4 Alfred Ducommun Rrchard Dwelle Wllllam Eastwood Thomas Ebben Robert Edwards Thomas Ekvall Llnda Elllat 58 Y- Sophamores Row I Ted Albrecht Christine Alesch Sharon Allen Chrnstlne Andrews Susan Andrews Douglas Anker son Wnllnam Armbruster Row 2 Ralph Arndt Richard Aushn Barbara Bab butts David Baker Karen Barnes Tony Bednarow sk: Michael Belllng Row 3 Sophle Beneduct Jud th Benlamln Larry Berendsen Laurue Blalre Thomas Blank Paul Blass James Black Row 4 Mlchael Blume Bruce Bondow Louise Bon dow John Bark Sharon Bark Robert Bredenduclm Juduth Breltrlclz Row 5 Gene Brlll Barbara Buchanan Richard Budowle Richard Bukar David Burton Joan By low Dawn Carlson Row 6 Wllllam Casperson Mnchael Chandler Mar cla Charruer James Cherepow Judith Chartrand Connie Christopher Duane Chrlstofferson Row 7 Hans Chrlstoflerson Janice Clhlar Carol Clark Robert Cleveland Lynn Clough Tanny Caller Patricia Cornellus 32 it : 1 f F E . A 2 : I . . , I q-- , . . l , 'S - '. A . l I T Ilz 1 Bd I - N 1 I ' ' I . .Lt va 1 A I 6, . I . I I I if W.. -L2 X233 ' br - v - - ,fr yi .i E A f ', 4 Ti' -,A 'lf y A 2 . . 2 . . ' , l I I V I I x Q . I Q. " ' 4 . . :jg ' ,, f E s 4. : , I . . 'J' . ' , , ' ,J X I, ,' , ' ' ' I---is ww- 1 l A. lf xlllgllwf IJ ' - 1.1 K A . may l I 6 h S :JI aw - mi Y' X !" , 1 1 ' ' iv .I ,Y V' 5 AEI, .I I. : . I . . , ' ' of . J 'av , , . , 6 C G- V , y sr- ,S A I - L ' f. Ar , kg' 5' , , ' "I Q, -1 ' - ' f T ' 1 ' ' I l . J lr 2 -J N K - , ' n I . . . . . S 2. T il gt T I . . I . I ' 'L Y, y , I? D 'A A .L X , . A I . I yy T 5 I Qu W L ., . SW V' l 5 'H xv N' K . . . , ' , f If K . :rf r Q . , , v , s. ' B if 'I 's h ' ,S p ., 3 : 2 , j ' P 4. Sophomores Row l Jon Erdman Marlone EFICKSON Susan Flsch er Kathy Flelschman Susan Foley Shirley Francart Beverly Frank Row 2 Davud Franz Sally Frledlem Linda Fuss Ann Gaustad Barbara Glbson Sandra Gelger James Gmemer Row 3 Thomas Gennett Dorothy Germuga Joseph Gerrlts Charles Gnbbs James Girard Chester Gooding David Goodwm Row 4 Geoll Greenheld Gordon Gregory James Grimes Catherine Gustman Rose Gustman Willard Hadler Tlmothy Hall Raw 5 Barbara Hansen Thomas Hanson leon Har der Mollle Harker Douglas Harper Jane Hass Joyce Klassen Row 6 Carol Hayes Damel Heaney James Hed lund Ruth Helnzklll Thomas Hewitt Steven Hilde brand Robert Hnttenmvller Row 7 Ona Hobart Susan Hoelzel Patrlcla Hofl man Paul Holewunslu Foss Hooper Jay Hoover Susan Houts '- ff ffm A I lv o mm ifs22f9 2 H ANU Q7 7 Row 'l Dale Howe Thomas Hrubeclxy Davld lhde Dagmar Joehnlg Wnlllam Johnson Mary Johnson Paul Juneau Row 2 Carol Jung Fred Kampo Fred Kaun Mary Kellogg Mary Jo Kelly Eluzabeth Kemplnger Kenneth Klmbro Row 3 Albert Kung Damel Klatt Ronald Klesmvt Brian Kobmslry Karen Koblnsky Kathy Koeplze Alace Kofler Row 4 Michael Kohl Andrea Kanop Gene Kastrzak Thomas Krautlxramer Phlllp Kruschlla Barbara Kuhr Sara Kurtz 59 , Q V I ' W . r ,a' Q Q I U , ' - - I ' . ' 5, S sg . X , , , , .u,1:. 4. T . T183 lf, I , ' I ' f EQ' 1 fl gt' Q . ' I ,Q ,U ' . - Q . V X 4, P ge T I . , I3 I I t' fs- A :J I . f J A ' ' ' J -1 wp J' , ' . ' 'T 1 ff : V ' : , I . , 4 , l , ' , , I I f .. F' -: 'C 1 'W A W 1 rj. I tu" Q ' it S T, ,Ai T M J ' . a 2 , ' , - , M ., I . Q lf? QQ! , f" I , . . , Q ,W fs Q ,L 1- L .. , ,f 7 y VA I, ' .' . ' ' f 'Y I ' ' at M J ' I I f . Mt , f 4 , 'ff' ,ml-A f l ' , 'K A Q , ,: X c 1 1 A . 4 'l p, w , ,. , fif, ', , ' I -K ,V ,, FVI1 in , .- X , J -X. yilfiff A J T v' ml . 1 . -Y . tl . - lg: J - qs V kv' g ls ' , , C . R f gl X- 1 A K 14, T 9' Fl or 2 , , A . 1:3 J ' Y- ' , ' ' f , l 1 , 'A , N L ' -,f so J A , , S . ,t . , 1 9 - s N- y Y M- Y WV , V -3- -4? ,f . is . 4' , . 2 ' I I f , Q , I -- I N ' f ,V , . ,, T J -g , f.. S. s 1 , W r A V I g fl, , ,.,. X . ,lyk , A V 4 .. ...,-, . A 7, 0 F. px Sophomores Row 1 Wulhom Lamb James Larson John Larson "" Shirley LaSage Julie Lauger Jane Loughrln Bar bara Law Row 2 Myron LeAnna Gary Lee John Lehl Ronald Lehmann Sandra Lewis Sharon Lewls Tana Llnde man E Row 3 Ellen Long Graham Loynd Darrell Lueblxe Jane Luebke Lynette Luedtke Michael Lynch 9 Row 4 Jane Lyon Gerald Malotke Lyle Manteulel Jean Marohn Mary Jo McLain James McLeod J McNeal Rowl Paul Mennes Gloria Metllo Susan Mertz Dennis Meyer Susan Meyer James Michel Row 2 Alex Millar Ralph Muller Patrlcla Muller Pamela Moder Judith Morse Richard Munche Mary Ann Mueller g.. Row 3 Thomas Nadolny Clarlce Nehrlng Judlth Nelson Nancy Neubauer JoAnne NlCk0SCl1 Terry Nuemuth Laurel Nobbe il' ff- Row4 Davld Norenberg Ruth Norenberg John OLeary Gloria Olsen Mary Palmer Judlth Parker Carol Patton Row 5 Mlchael Pawlowslu Prlscllla Peck Tuna Per 4 Q tam Kenneth Peterson Ann Petersen Katherme Peterson Mary Peterson K F H Row 6 Wanda Peterson James Petit Mary Petry Keuth Pohlman Jan Pollnow Brevltt Porter Duane Row 7 Dedra Pues Marcia Quade Thomas Radtke Terry Romaker Martln Redlln Margaret Read Tracy Reed Y M 'ATI 60 3 ' B 7, A 1 1 , 44. D D v 'H-. ,i Y -F I, -, ' qv Q ,t M .z ., , . fm J P 1. H . A A . L, Q A mr ' , I .I l .' . - f .44 4 ' D 4 . V A '1 1 r r . Q f , ,A A 'W x , ', , o Q N L J " T 9 -. 3' Q ' 'L' 'J 'X ' xv 5 V ' -t ' ',, v . V4 Y' l.,, . lt' : I . 1 a Ls. w. , l L -3 . I I ' . . .V Fl T, wh ,Z if V T J! - . .. . '25 T P it T Q , L ' - , W T ei , Q z 1 . . I . - . 6.251 ., .U "' 3 Q xy I it it : ' , , Q ' , I . I I . I Z' Q . U . Ev ' 6- , , ,' J 7 ' . . . . . . R x 4 5 Ll 1. k z 1 ., , , f N if A, gt Q. L- Q pk L . I I . I . Fi. ' X n EL-'41, ,Al X "',f lim' -Fit' ' D , V .W w xc ht . I . 'I I 5 Q -:Q 2 7 -Q J A ' . L' I 1 sl. 1 Q l ' ' L L I so I A- 1 1. , Bu L E4 V fl I L ' W: . Sophomores Row l Wllllam Relfsnyder Wlllram Reinhardt Mary Jo Rohr Susan Roou Judnh Rudolf Kathleen Rumsey Thomas Sahlr Row 2 Janet Sampson Carol Sauer Susan Sauer Glorua Schmrtzer Barbara Schneuder Susan Schmel mg Wrllram Schoclcley Row 3 Shirley Schommer Ronald Schre ber Karen Schuelke Russell Schuelke Nancy Schultz Thomas Schultz Stuart Schwerun Row4 Gary Sedo James Seelcw Jane Selle Thomas Selle Donna Shadduck Wlllram Sharpe Thomas Sheperd 3' fi 1 - lr ssh:- L An 0 Oh 'Qu ll r-V4 Q' X7 Row l Denms Siegel John Slmerson Richard Sum ons Carol Sllafte Barbara Sopel Thomas Sopko vrch Sandra Sorenson Row 2 Richard Stalfeld Gerald Stlef Michael Stle Wrllnam SlIl'15kl Row 3 Jack Stroemer Karen Swenson Carol Tall Catherine Talbot Gregory Talarczylr Dale Tebon Lawrence Tesch Row 4 Clark Thompson Eugene Thompson Richard Thorpe Russell Thorson Charles Tumm Jeffrey Traclx Donald Tretheway Row 5 Jean Van Gorp Lawrence Van Marter Gary Van Marter Robert Vogt Robert Voster Nancy Weber Denms Werner Row 6 Penny Whltlng Leonard Wrnkelman James Wrteck Frank Witt Douglas Wolterdmg James Wruck August Wyman Row 7 Dawn Yalres Richard Young Mlnnle Zachow Jean Zarnoth Wlnn Zimmerman 61 7 oz' . . . . . . . -T ' 1 v is 1 i , I I ,, I K t , , If , I I I M ' ' f ' , ' 14 Q, I 1 ' -4 'Asa - I . . U p. 'W ,- , if A i , W , -1 1 ' , 5 , 1 , ' gl? V 1 ' . I , y 4 I 5- ' , 2 - at ' , lg,-5. ' .- 4, jr, T r 1 4 se r V ,V ,V I VA ' ir 3 L f iij 'Q ' .Wan ,qi Q f , V3 low, Donald Stelow, Geraldine Stilp, James Stinger, ' ' ' ,' 4 , of f' 'A wg 'Q' l' 2 ', ', I, 'f ff. .,' gr: 3, l I Q J M ir. y gg ,. , , ,f '71 - 1 K", J ' D ' ' x I . . v , . 1 - : -G 2 . , . " - ' ', ', ' : , , , - ,I 'Lf 45 ' ' gf . . .. y A I f, . .5134 mi ' L I An , ,, - T' ' , 3 'J I -ff . .Ai is f ,, f.. . ' f . I xi, ,, is V xl y 'f ,V , I ,., 13 Q .Cuz 4, no 4 lam! r Row l Dovld Chrlstensen Robert Christensen Coth erlne Croxson Norbert Dallman Ann Darrow Margaret DeBaere Gerald Debroka Row 2 Mlchael Demerath Sandra Dennls Susan Dlcklnson John Daetz Karen Dux Wlllnam Dixon Donna Dolechek Row 3 Ellen Drews Malynn Driscoll Roberta D pant Juduth Ebersberger Peggy Eckrech Mary Ann Ehrgott James Ernst Row 4 Phnlnp Frank John Farley Wulluam Fetters Constance Fletcher Sharon Folske Myra Foster Betty Forrest 62 Freshmen Row l Thomas Abbey Gary Allen Jacquelme An derson Gary Angell Judnth Angermeyer Edna Armbruster John Arnold Row 2 Jane Asmuth Gary Austin Susan Babcock Donald Barker Wulllam Banks Jean Barkhahn Carla Bart Row 3 Bonme Bortleln Ann Bauman Robert Bau man Ronald Balthazar Bonnle Beckman Joseph Began Daniel Bengamln Row 4 Lynn Bellm Arvm Bentle Karen Blettler Frederick Blank Robert Bletzmger Lawrence Babb Row 5 Nlcalasa Castllo Katherlne Boushley Duane Boyd Peter Brabbee Wulllam Brehm Gary Brigham Jane Bryan Row 6 Llnda Buchanan Jolme Barr Michael Butter field Sandra Buxton Merrltt Campbell Marlm Crane Row 7 Ruth Charlton Michael Cheronzy Elizabeth Coerper Dons Collins Alan Cook Jefl Cottrell Carleton Cramer J .mm 1- A . 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EL v N : ' im - ' I -5 J H I I D J , A J I 3 ,. ."' 1 ' .r ,1- J 'fx Freshmen Rowl Elaine Frank Peggy French Marcia Fuhs Carol Fulcer Donna Fuller Martin Gauger Donald Geldernlclx Row 2 Melvm Grebel Georgia Gllbertson Jerry Gllman Ann Glovanmnl Vlclu Gmelner Ray God scholx Francis Goetz Row 3 Lynn Graebner Jaan Griffin Judith Grass wald Lynn Guentzel Judith Gunderson Allen Haase Patrlcua Haase Row 4 Karen Hansen Davld Hardmg John Harker Danna Harrrngton Wllluum Harris John Hauser Carol Hendrlckson Row 5 Linda Heinz Judith Huldebrand Holly Hlltan Kathy Halverson Donald Jungenberg James Jen sen Mary Jensen Row 6 Richard Jones Daniel Jachman John John son Mary Johnson Susan Johnson Marna Jorgen sen Mansue Judd Row 7 Sharon Karuhn Kathleen Kehoe Timothy Kehoe Jay Kellett Machael Kelly Donna Kettering Gerald Klmbro W .Jil 7F G' 5. rv- ' 'S .492 Y f. 4111 'N for 3 I C3 'Q Rowl Jerry Klein Robert Klass Bruce Koepke Sandra Koerner Harvey Kafnetlxa Gary Kramer Donald Krause Row 2 Karen Krelss Wayne Kruse Barbara Klech berg Richard Kuehl Korla Kuttsg Koralyn Lange Gary LaRue Row 3 Wnlham Lashua Thomas Farm James Larson Damta lauderdale Jamce Lee Darla Lundeman Carol Long Row 4 Charles Lornson Denms Luebke Todd Lund James McCormack Bennie Marine Roseonn Marta George Massey 63 . ,xl A vs 8 w V . -1 ' f pl or S so e- : . . I . . I " ' . I . . .I . . . I - 4 K , 'y J ' ,V I V It 's I . I J 6 rv, , Y - I 1 ' 1 'ws ' J ,4 ' ' F ,' f - . , 4 I . . K- , ,e , ' L Y , , , , 1 4 I , M ' ' , fe '51 A . I - 7 :L V ,f . - '14, 2' , F ,, -I Z ' I ' 1 . " J .5 fv-x F ,Vg .WV . X 375' by , A V, -V '- cf' . F .. 1 f , .H ' r "' 'K ti - . if, c ' 5 ' x 'a 2 I ',,, 4 1 ', . he A rx 3 fa 'F il R L ' J , ,M ' x 1 A , 'Nd' ' ., ' , ,L l , 1' ' " ' ' Af," 1 Y - - Q Fulk Hgh I ' J ' 1 , - sl M Q , ' . ' , . -2 1 , . ' Jw , . ,L lcl I V . 1 - 'I' U 4 A I ' I . I .A x ' Y "I 5: ? .r S 1 , ' , , l fc , 7 4 G I ' - r I S29 Row l John Oehlke Thomas Oleary Brenda Ol son Patrucla Olson Larry Olslu Judith Otto Helen Pagel Row 2 James Pansch Charlotte Pansy Susan Pansy Mary Parker Robert Passehl Elaine Pasholk Charles Paulson Row 3 Richard Paulson Robert Pederson Gall Peterson Ronald Peterson Pamela Pfrang Judith Pmgel Donna Pntsch Row 4 Susan Plank Marcua Pluclrer John Powell Dolores Pratt Donna Pratt Nolan Pnllwltz Danuel Quimby Row 5 James Rammer John Rather James Redlm Ann Relerson Susan Remhart Thomas Rezba Henry Rrepe Row 6 Carol Ruder Linda Robinson Roy Rogers Rrchard Rogness Penelope Rohr Gary Ruscher Kathleen Ryan Row 7 Thomas Sawyer James Sauer Warren San ders George Sandertoot Cheryl Soler Paul Sahln Susan Sager 64 ,, X A MM 1 I Freshmen Row l Kenneth Maynard Carol Mennlng Wllllam Metz Dorothy Meyer Albert Muller James Muller Mrchael Muller Row 2 Richard Mlnehon Carol Mnracle Davnd Mrs sall Buddy Moderson Sharon Moore Michael Morse Sandra Morehouse Row 3 Knstlne Mortensen Wayne Muenzel Julie Mueller Darlene Mueller Noran Nehrmg Mary Nelson Robert Nelson Row 4 David Neubauer Susan Neubauer Con stance Newton Sally Nichols Steven Nlenow Joan Nobbe Susan O Brlen F' ' S -I . .. .. .. 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D l I Freshman Row I Marilyn Schloemer Clayton Schroeder Rob erf Schultz S?eHame Schwab Peler Schwel James Shodduck Row 2 Fanhe Sharpe Mary Sherman Deanne Sho man Carolyn Siegel Kathleen Stolla Jonathon Smnh Wlllnam Smnh Row 3 Janice Svedemon Nancy s0liOlOWlSKI Ken Ad nefh Sommerholder Judlih Spelgel wlllldm Sflnger Carlelon Staffeld Susan Sugden 9 co Row 4 James Summers Mary Swenfner Peter Tal bo? Carol Tnpler Huber? Toeppler Gary Tollefson John Tolverson ,f'?F'F'F' J Row l Karen Van Dusen Sandra Van Alrsdale Carole Tlngley Harold Thomas Howard Thomas Jack Tonn Paul Tyrlver Row 2 Reber? Walker Douglas Webb Joseph Webb Rlchard Weigh! James Welnke Lynn Welbes Audrey Wesiphal A H Row 3 Karen Werlmg Theodore Westgor Ross Wim Wilcox Kaihy Wllluams Wllllam Wlsmer Mary Raw 4 Susan Wllllams Christine Wnlllams Penny F Wolf Ewali Wollerman 5 Yalxes Charles Young Daniel Zehner Pamela Zen efslu Nancy Zeumer Row 5 Cheryl Zwlckey Sharon Zack Rubm Zlngler 65 if 2 w 3 'nf T 7 1 l . ' .' 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Row Row Row Row Wamsley Ballard Allan Harker Yakes Mr Borgen Pertaun Meyer Boehm Ovanessuan Sumpson Hedlund Hansen D Murphy Cook Graversen Lyon Reuerson Gehrke Neubauer Sanders Severson Pansch Stlp Kuehl S Burton Smuth Wulson J Ankerson DenDaoven Hass Lanzer Sherman Schmudt Dennus Dux Buebow Fahrenkrug Zummerman Cottrell vii? 0 'QQA QF 68 pf -3 'Z' L COUNCIL PENS ACTIVITY The Student Councul realuzed dreams come true wuth the arruval of our exchange student Larussa Ovanessuen from Teheran Iran Besudes the preparatuon tor Larussa s arruval and stay the Councul was busy wuth uts share un the government of Neenah Hugh School Aurung uts vuews on many subuects and solvung duftlcultues that arose dur ung the year ussues were brought to a head by students and guuded by advusor Mr Borgen The members of Student Councul elected from each home room represented the student body un a mmber ot prouects throughout the year The assemblues and programs for next year were chosen Red Cross dana tuons were collected and contrubutuons were solucuted tor the Tag Day Scholarshup Each councul member es corted a teacher to the Student Councul Chrustmas Tea Thus years executuve actuvutues were carrued out by Presudent Duck Wulson Vuce Presudent Steve Den Doov en Secretary Mary Reuerson Treasurer Julue Wamsley A hughlught of the year us the annual Student Councul Tea where teachers escorted by theur homeroom representatuves were feted by the councul Shown at the refreshment table are oft? cers Duck Wulson and Steve DenDaoven Muss Cummungs and Larussa Ovanessuen Real-lite sisters Lois and Marilyn Schloemer display their unusual hats at the annual Big and Little Sister Party, sponsored by the Girls' Senate to help new freshmen become ac- quainted with NHS. POTATO CHIPS, ANYONE? A warm welcome was extended to all freshmen and new girls at the beginning of the fall session during the Big and Little Sister Party, sponsored by the Girls' Sen- ate. Sporting gay and original party hats, Miss Griffiths and all the girls became better acquainted with each other and developed an important close relationship between faculty and students. With tive representatives from each class, the Girls' Senate is truly a representation of all the girls in NHS. This service organization contributed to the smooth run- ning ot the school by assisting in the organization of eighth grade day and by writing a Student Handbook to introduce students to life in our school. From the pro- ceeds of potato chip sales, the girls purchased a class ring for Larissa Ovanessian, our foreign-exchange stu- dent from Iran. Heading the executive board were: Marcia Pyott, president, Judy Rogness, vice-president, Carol Jung, secretary, and Karen Werling, treasurer. Row 1: Reierson, Johnson, Schindler, Rogness, Pyott, Buchanan, Jensen, Miss Griffiths Row 2: Barnes, Bukar, Tyriver, Harker, Fuss, Jung, Dieckhoft, Pratt, Buss, Werling 1,00 ..., .f-4 -A-lf as .-? ,'t. li - C-' Raw Olson Beatty Babbltt Kay B Barnes Rudof Petersen Bnllmgs Perry Leltel Row Gehrlse Tolversen Bukar Blohm lewls Gerruts Ekvall Nlckasch Cottrell LaSage Wenneche K Barnes Row Hanson Badtlze Hoover Ross DeWald Fuss Mueller Konop McLeod Wulms Bard Row Palmqulst Kramarclyk Cumlngs Wilson Kung Llntner Bylow Mantor Day CREATED CAPTIONED AND COMPLETED Tomorrow for sure seemed to be the motto of the ROCKET Staff as the sprung deadline drew near ln spate of orgamzed confusion work was accompllshed and the finlshed product deluvered on schedule Edutor nn Chlef George Dlx and other edutors Penny Sumpson Lots Schloemer and Elynor Evans supervlsed the productnon of the 1960 ROCKET under theur advisor Mr Thom Pictures yell the edntors and Make Sperka photo Mt W '- L, vnu-ff' grapher emerges from an ever lncreaslng stack of prunts and negatlves to answer the call Jull Cochrane and Judy Julius servlng as busuness managers not only worked hard for more money and advertlsers but stlll managed to find tvme for such extra dutues as Issuing GCTIVITY tlclcets Underclassmen workrng as assistants to the edutors were pralsed for good work or admonished for lack of nmtlatlve as needed whule they received tralnung for edltornal posttlons on future yearbooks 1-7' can f ft Y' E Evans J Julnus M Sperlza l Schloemer P Slmpson J Cochrane G Dlx Mr Thom 70 r r V ' 4 j ," 1 I . ,f E 'T v . " 1 I .A ti . - f 15 I w ' ' If 1 Na 5 T- P' l li 1 1 ' 1 1 - 1 Z, 1 ' ' 1 1 22 1 1 1 1 '1 ' 1 1 ' 1 1 1 1 - 32 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 ' 1 42 ' 1 1 ' 1 ' 1 A 1 ' 1 1 1 I I rf fr -- - - 1 ,, . ,, . . . . . 1 1 1 - 1 -. - . . I . . g ' 1 1 . . . I ,, . ,, . . - . . I . . I 1 1 1 - 11 W 1. W , ,, .2 I 'L A :Pt 1 V T: Q 'FB l ' K fm' ,Y r V, 1 ., rs 1' .. . Q 1- 1 - .., U 4 7, I' . 'tr' 1 ' ,., '- A v "cfs IIT? ' 14' 14 - 1 , ' 4. 4 5 w- X5 . 5 - I Rowl Meyer Mahoney Barkhahn Karuhn Denms Henke Jones Russe Row2 Huebner Muller Taft Badtke Kemplnger Petry Christopher Starck Carlson Barthule John Harker Mott Cottrell Kruse CUB WINS NATIONAL HONOR Poundlng news beats faithfully keeping copy pen cnls sharp and holdlng camera shutters poused staffers wrote eduted and ctrculated fourteen Issues of the Cub Constant admonlshment of Editor tn Chlef Helen Tolver sen and advrsor Mass Grnll to beat the deadline kept the staff labornng to present facts In the true tradltlon of the newspaper Other staff personnel Included Jlll Harker front page edntor and colummst Dave McKel lnps and Dons Remmel co feature edltors Duck Wnlson sports edntor and Steve Kung specnal feature writer and curculatuon manager Typnsts and proofreaders worked closely wnth Mr Poelllnger supervusor of student prunt ers and the business staff The pages of the Cub avudly read by all contamed the latest In club actlvntues dances and sports chatter along wnth tumely edltornals and clever features The vouce of the students" was heard loud and clear as the NHS Cub completed nts thurty sixth year of publucatlon We were proud of our Fnrst Place Honor Rated Paper as awarded by the Columbua Scholastuc Press Assocua tnon Rowl Remmel Tolversen Wnlson Jtll Harker Erdmann Mlss Grlll Row 2 McKelInps Jones Kung Mahoney Meyer ms if MIM MQ, f-1.. 71 . 1 I I I I I I I ' I I I I I I I I I I I , I , - 1 ' - I I I I ' I I ' . ' I I I I I ' ' - II - II I . I I I . II ' I I ' ' I ' I I ' ' . I I ' . 2 I I I I I - : I I I I ' if ' , - ig . X ' 1 A4 I up . A KY t , , ' I If , 'xg U 1 V . ' e ' kr F 3 Q Y fi ' 1 N , .y . . W 1 I - 4 1 N fe t fe , C f ' , if , , V i 1 Rowl Elxvall Tretheway Simpson Glovannlnl Buck Ebersberger Billings Wilcox Mr Dunwvddle Row 2 Jaehnlg Cumings Geldernlclc Shoclxley Hedlund Dlx Halverson Charlton M Mueller DUNWIDDIE S DEBATERS T0 STATE Reflecting the concern of many over the power of American Labor Unions our debaters this year argued the question Resolved That the federal government should substantially increase its regulation of labor unions The varsity debaters Jim Hedlund and Rita Buck on aftirmative and Penny Simpson and George Dix on negative compiled a total of 27 wins and 9 losses After tying for the conference championship they ad vanced from the district tournament to the sectional tournament where they took first place Thus qualifying the team with Coach Dunwiddle attended the State Debate Tournament held at Madison While at state level the group compiled the best record ever obtained by Neenah in state competition Neenah also played host to fourteen schools at the Neenah Invitational Practice Tournament Chosen as most valuable debater was George Dix president assisted in executive activities by Betsy Bull ings secretary and Penny Simpson as point recorder Gold medals went to Jim Hedlund Rita Buck Penny each with one hundred or more points Silver medals went to those with seventy five or more points including Ann Guovannini Judy Ebersber ger and Ross Wilcox Debaters with fifty points entitling them to a bronze medal were Don Tretheway Bill Shockley Don Gelder nick Kathy Halverson Tom Ekvall and Ruth Charlton The members of the varsity debate squad George Dix Penny Simpson Jim Hedlund and Rita Buck check current affairs maga zines for recent developments o their topic American Labor Unions 12 , gmpnur has 'Nw U S lvd ni e ' - I + t J r 'T ' p. K 'QIA V: i 'r I . . . Simpson, George Dix, Kathy Cumings, and Betsy Billings, V N.-H-.1 n Rf 1 4, , . Y . n , ' 1 . ' ' ' , N . ,f X Row 'lz S. Lewis, McClain, Yakes, G. Olsen, Petry, M. Read, M. Johnson, Ekvall, T. Reed, K. Kehoe, Kay Schindler, Krull, E. Long, J. Nelson Row 2: M. Mueller, Buchanan, Kempinger, DeWald, B. Crane, Bonnie Miller, Heller, Fuller, Lauderdale, Benoit, B, Gill, J. Marine Row 3: DuChaine, Bodtke, Christopher, H. Tolversen, Wamsley, Starck, Jane Hauser, Leffel, L, Germuga, Cox, P, Schwerin, W. Stinger Row 4: Brabbee, Wilz, Brehm, Severson, P. Larson, King, Hanson, J. Rogness, Blume, Ziem, R. Nelson BY WORD OF MOUTH Shifting from a rich, booming tone to a thin, whining voice frequently punctuated forensic practice sessions. Impersonating characters and revealing the numerous facets of personality demanded ceaseless rehearsals from youthful iugglers of words. Miss Marjorie Fink was general forensic chairman for N.H.S., with several teachers coaching separate divisions. Saturday jaunts to oratorical tourneys not only staged keen competition, but also provided an occasion for growth in elocutionists' fellowship. While battling for coveted "A" ratings, the Neenah High School Forensics participants sought to eliminate butterflies and cultivate poise. Local eliminations were held at Neenah, Menasha, and Kaukauna. Five students survived the sectional con- test held on the Oshkosh State College campus- Jane Hauser and Betty Crane, extemporaneous readings, Steve King, John Severson and Tom Hanson, play read- ing. These N.H.S. speechmakers continued polishing selections for state tournament in Madison on April 9. Five minutes of o contest extemporaneous reading requires long hours of practice. Carl Ziem, with simulated contest conditions, reads to Bill Stinger and Betty Crane, who prepare to offer construc- tive criticism. 73 .. 5 Q 9 6 QW' Rowl Neabllng Jorgenson A Relerson Johnson Drews Pfrang Zachow Pontow Saler Kehoe Plucker Ehrgott Row Graebner Croxson Ryan Kempunger Petry Andrews Borthule Schwerun Samuelson Flelschman Laughrun Jack Bloom Eastwood Row 3 Dneckhoft M Harker Quade Fuss Meyer Kellogg G Olsen Swenson Lyon Pertaun Frank Moder Mclann Stllp Row 4 Heller Perry Leffel Mueller DeWald Long Julius Tolversen Evans Germuga M Relerson Bogrand K Huppler Rosnnskl Boomnng cheers and shrleklng yells boundung through Neenah s huge gym un nolsy testimonials provided luvung evudence of the success of the Neenah Hugh School Pep Club Guided by Mr Murley the club channeled the energy of our students unto enthusiastic demonstratuons of school splrlt This year the club embarked on maklng homecommg WE HAVE THE SPIRIT an unforgettable event highlighted by the burning of the M the weavung of hundreds of students un the annual ruotous snake dance and the tlashnng colors of the homecoming floats Hauntmg strains of Autumn Leaves carried out the theme of the 1959 homecoming dance Rowl Hllton Dnckenson Falck Wamsley Graversen Cochrane Simpson Rogness Wenneche Druscoll Dolechek Castillo Row 2 Rudolf Petersen Joan Bylaw R Weber N Houts S Olsen S Nelson J Harker M Boehm M Huppler Schneuder Erickson Hoelzel Row 3 Wulz Dux Roou DenDooven Wnnters Chrlstopherson Prentuce Charruer Chrnstopher B nks Sturn Jung if N4 74 L l Q V Q F. az 'f 1 ,gr .r 'l . , -2 y Q . 1 al Q 2: , , , ' t . , , ', , ' , '. , , , . . . . . .. 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Q' I IK- 1 Row Chudacolt Skafte Coerper Talbot Gull Larson Hauser Webef l-Irtll GENIUS Bl0l1m N0UlD0U0f Row Nuckasch Roou Sorenson Peterson Geuger Radandt Erdmann Andefwrl 5055171 Bl-'ff 5UlJlJIff Kehl Recd Row Crane Siegel Sager Tyrlver Barnes Bllllngs Cumungs Kay Kettner Ploo1 Zarnoth Davey Lundeman Bukar Row Palmer Malotke Hardlng Brehm Cleveland Kung Schubert Salm Schmereln Catlin Nielsen Graebner Schrelber AND THE WILL TO WIN Famlshed and exhausted vlsltlng sports participants The Pep Club originated humorous sklts mcorporatlng were served refreshments by club members This act of that Peppy Rocket Spmt In them all servuce further carried out the Pep Club code of prac A restricted membershlp llmlted to two hundred tlcmg good sportsmanship and bettering lnterschool students selected Jlll Bylow president Steve Kung vice relations presldent Helen Tolverson treasurer and Nancy Jack Durmg the football and basketball seasons many a secretary seventh hour was sacrlflced un the name of school splrat EXECUTIVE BOARD Standlng Graversen Snmpson Barnes Drews Zeumer Kay Joan Bylow Lyon Seated Tolverson King Mr Murley Jlll Bylow Jack 75 T - - l lr , , , , ', , , , ' . , , . 3: . 1 , , , " , ' , , 1 1 1 1 , . 41 . . , , , ' , , , . 1 , , . - 11 --11' ' 1 1 1 I 1 ' ' I 1 I 1 I I I I I I I 1 . l I I s I I 1 . 54 I I ' 'l 1 l 11 1 I ' - I . X V ge Row I: Bylow, Wamsley, Germuga, Reierson, Mr. Murley, Rogness, Hauser, Julius, Zeumer Row 2: Jock, Bogrand, Simpson, Huppler, Petersen, Pyott, C-raversen, Blohm, Gerrits, Lashua, Kaun, Cochrane Row 3: McCoy, Evans, Eastwood, Beck, Jones, King, Mahoney, Meyer, Harker, Brezinski, Kruse LITERARY CRITICS AND CREATORS Diligent efforts of literary-minded seniors successfully formulated the 1960 edition of Rocket Echoes. Within the bindings, students found a superb collection of short stories and poems written by NHS students. The efficient staff, led by Editor Mary Reierson and Assistant Editor Lois Germuga, performed the difficult task of selecting the best compositions from the hundreds submitted by the English teachers. Talented students from the art de- partment designed the attractive cover and provided many illustrations to accompany the selections. Raw lz Kellogg, Stilp, Poellinger, Gill, Thorne Row 2: Burr, K. Fleischmon, Benjamin, Mr. Buck. Swenson, Schloemer, Zimmer, Peterson Row 3: Wenneche, Allan, Patton, Benoit, S. Fleischmon, Boehm, Buck, DuChaine, Nelson, Olsen, Alsteen, Brown 76 l ,l Row I: Webb, Christianson, Bayley, Read, Mr. Schuknecht, Krautkrarner, King, Nielsen Row 2: Robinson, Keberlin, Catlin, Nebel, Hardell, Palmquist, Forsythe, Stelow, Graebner, Fischer, Beck, McKellips SERVICE BRINGS SELF SATISFACTION "Hot on the heels" of victorious yells, up went the victory flag in the new corridor. This famous banner- red rocket sweeping across victory's V-brought pride to the staunch supporters of our teams. Acting as custodian of this flag was one of the many fine services provided for both students and the public at NHS dramatic, G library. musical, and sports events. The boys, with their familiar red emblem, and their advisor, Mr. Schucknecht, have earned the deserving compliment of, "a iob well done and many thanks." Additional credit should be given to the officers: President, Ned Read, Vice-President, Robert Graebner, and Secretary-Treasurer, Bill Bayley. FROM SHELF TO SHELF The Library Club, although receiving little glory, performs much service to NHS. Seven hours a day librarians can be spotted delivering packs of yellow slips to waiting study hall teachers. A librarians' day is also filled with filing and checking books, assisting confused students, and keeping order in the Guiding the group were Sharon Nelson, president, Sue Fleischman, vice-president, Barbara Allan, secretary-treasurer. 77 Row 'l Ekvall Martrn Wrlms Zachow Muss Knser Sanders Hoover McLeod Row 2 Bard Sensnba Olson Rererson Decleene Farenkrug McKellps Row 3 Bayer Peterson Rausch Eastwood Harker Thompson Row 4 Collrns Lohse Grupe Taft Lenz Stllp Row 5 Graebner Anderson Young Langenberg Prlce Gravrtns SPRECHEN SIE DEUTSCH' Unfamuluar German words fltted to the well known tune of Sllent Night brought the newly formed Ger man Club to the schools attentlon as the group car oled nn the German tongue for NHS students and faculty The club composed of both flrst and second year German students devoted nts bu monthly meetnngs to a wade varnety of actlvltnes lncludmg readlngs ot German poetry volleyball sluts and the ever wel come refreshments Members learned about modern Germany from guest speakers nnvnted to several of the meetrngs Concludmg the year was a German banquet complete with typlcal German foods Herr Pearson served as the clubs advusor and the oftlcers elected by the members were George Dux president Duck Koehn vnce president Marcia Huppler secretary and Carol Patton treasurer 78 SOUTH OF THE BORDER CQue TIEHSS7 ,Carambal Spanrsh Club students have been overheard conversnng In thetr monthly meetrngs planned by the student oftlcers and Mass Knser advrsor these amlgos galned a better under standrng of Spanish speaking countrnes and practlced theur mother tongue Second year Spanush students composung the group enthusnastucally entered unto club actuvnt es The Pnnata and ambuente of the Chrustmas party wall long remaun umbedded an the members mmds Oftlcers for the year one set from each class were Presldents Leonard Peterson and Gary Bayer Vrce Presldents Jrll Harker and Jeanette McLeod Secretary Treasurer Mary Relerson Secretary Bull Fahrenkrug and Treasurer Dtck Colllns Row Elluot Buck Genett La Belle Buchanan Row Dax Tretheway Germuga Houts Austnn Mr Pearson Row Albrecht Patron Huppler Hruska Vander Helden Row Heinz Yeager Schultz Voster Veeser Row Hlrshey Schubert Rogness Hrube ky Hamllton Koehn Q. OH "til Row Remmel Rowlandson Peters Babbutt Yakes Germuga Chudacoft Pertaln Rudolf Bukar Burr Nlckasch Blllungs Andrews Long Cox Kemplnger Petry Rosnnslu Kellogg Harker Mueller Olsen Gehrke Ross Tyruver Pfrang Row Sperka Bredendnck Zeurner Allen Rumsey Thorson Musslung Kehl B Gull Boehm Cumungs Wllms Loynd Eastwood Row Knoedler Wttt Farrell Palmqunst Jensen Chrnstlanson Roberts Webb G Gull Rogers Zuem Read Row Severson Ahrens Rusch Glbson Pollnow Peterson Wolterdlng Hedlund Kaun Wruck Hooper GAUDEAMUS IGITUR Second year Latun students become closely acquainted wlth the customs and tradntuons of the ancnent Romans not only by constant study but also by thenr co currncu lar actlvutles un Lotun Club The last Frlday of every month designated as Latm Club Day was filled with varnous actuvltles rcnglng from films of old Rome to a spelldown wuth Lotm words The personal and polltlcol lnves of the anclent togo wearers were understood and appreciated more after o yeor ..f of thus detolled but enloyable study Partnclpatmg In the annual frnvolmes of the Christmas Season the members celebrated the Scturnolua Festuval at Chrlstmas an true Roman style Consuls were .loan Babbitt Mary Tyruver Ned Read ond Jnm Hedlund Scrubes and Aedules were Tuna Pertam Duane Rosnnslcn and Gordon Gull Muss Klser and Mass Peterson gulded the three classes through the years actlvltnes Mary Tyrnver serves refreshments to Mary Ellen Nlclcasch Mary Ann Mueller Merle Chudacoft and Duck Knoedler as the Latun Club takes txme out to celebrate Chrnstmas e vcruety of the orgamzatuons actlvltnes made the study f ancsent Rome much more enloyable 79 A A A 2 g-, A . l Q A 'I I ' ,f'. 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I I .. . . l - I I , Q ' I ' I ' .Th . . ., 0 WHEREVER YOU G0 Would you please put out your absence slap? was a phrase uttered danly by eftlcuent hall monrtors to busy teachers Assrstrng and dlrectnng new students and vlsn tors through Neenah Hugh School checking and report :ng those who leave classrooms during school hours manntanmng order ln the halls, and catering to the wishes of busy teachers were part of the hall monitors danly routune Thus select group was essentual to the smooth operatlon of various functions In the corrldors Reliable lumor and senior students walling to gave up one study hall a day were elrglble for a momtorlal post Each hall monutor was required to pledge has fauthful ness rn the discharge of all necessary dutues and prompt ness In arruvmg at dcnly posts Capably led by Mr Chrnstoph and Mr Stoesz thus group lnved up to the Hall Momtor s Code of benng worthy and upright school cltlzens by practuclng courtesy servuce honesty and keepnng confldentual matters In trusts 5-I Q16 Row Schmerem Mlllar Gunderson Ellis Smith Peterson Buss Albrecht Brentruclv. Row Hauser L Andersen Woeckner Kruse Rowlandson Thompson Langenberg Ploor Plngel Jack Falck McNell Rogge Row McKelllps Tellock Snegel Jullus Eclrruch Gauger Newton Kreuter Kaun Thorne Grygny Ehlers Bollerman Erdman Znem Row Olsen Carlson Holewlnslu Gallmler Leftel Lashua Halle Schultz Manteufel Bogrand Hopkuns DuChame Bloom Schmdler Wnlms Sauer Wolterdmg Row Palmer Larson Ostrowslu Grupe Damrau Madsen Kehl Bylaw Wolske Rowson Graversen Weber Ballard Olson Martin Muller Row OBrlght Lenz Thorson Catlm Drews Salm Sauby Schaeffer J Andersen Wruck Schmudt 80 ,, . ,, . . . . . . . I . . , . . - , . , . - T - . . I I I . 1, Vw Y 4 ', ' ' v , ' " Q f 1 , sq' y -.Q-1, , - ' K , . ,, be Q , l ' . , V . . n. 15 , 4 I . A , Jr 'Xi . v' 'A f' f . t , T t .4 . ' -' 'l ' .t I' f I. I l . K 'ij y A , ' li ' , ' , , ', ' , , , , ' ' 22 , - , , , , , , , ' , . , ', 4i . . ' 'I ' V , f 1 f , . A , l , , ' , ' I I 5: , , I , , . , , , , . , , , ' , HH H Rowl Crooks Norenberg Lewus Jape Crane Zwnckey Gerrnts Blohm Charruer Chrlstoffeuson Rosenthal Droleskr Row 2 L Nobbe Johnson Kofler Klassen Schultz DuChame Evans Erdmann Huppler Neubouer Gustmon K0blh5kI Foster Badtke Row 3 Chartrand Rexnhardt Sauer Breutrlck Yeager J Nobbe Heunz Ostrowskn Konop Jensen Armbruster Hedberg Olson LEARNING TO PLEASE MEN Skirts draggmg'? Brung them to tne home economics room for shortenung was c PA announcement made fomnllar to NHS students as the club members adver tsed for thenr current money moklng prolect Gnvmg masts generously gave of thenr tlme to prepare troy favors for bedrndden hosputol potlents An atmosphere of gay festlvlty prevanled at thenr Christmas party Other excutlng actlvntles Included toboggcznxng and swnmmnng Many gurls feelmg rather shaky In thelr domestic skulls lonned thus club to polush these technuques The aromas floating from Room T60 were the results of our future homemakers In making bread candy cake ond other Gaul Burt served os T960 president wnth asslstants Roberto Erdmon vuce presudent Barbara Schnender treasurer ond Marcia Huppler secretary The group was obly guided by Mass Helen Furkus 6 "' Ftrfgy-ext-1ngHF,t"I Cl rv-ruff" Rowl Dennls Koepke Sauer Bunn Schnender Mclaln Lundeman S Morehouse Charlton Bork Haase Dolechek Jacobsen Row 2 Forest Remmel Babbltz Hayes Grunska DeWeert Weber C Morehouse Hole Klesmnt Metco Rogge Remhart Juluus 3 Row Van Gompel Clark Mertz Schulke Westphal Olson T Lundemon Jaehnng Luedke Grlfhn Kramer Sorenson Burt Foley Alesch 81 Y ff P ' - f' I 1 . . H '1 5 1 - X 0 ' ' v ' V 1 s , f- g E a - 5 : U-. . V Q I D D h 1' 1 I -' . -A L 4 -, I 2 '. 'A f ' 1 . . A l I " ' - , t S y ,V . - 1 5. s , s 1 5 , . ,J 4 l 'Q ' ,, . . . , . . . . . . . - 1 1 , H . . . . . E 1 - 1 1 6 . 1 l . I I I service was of prime concern as the future home econo- dellclous foods' ' ' ' , 1 ' - ' 1 ' : . I . 1 . l I ' , ' T ' . I V1 - . I lu- I 1 w ry X T , . . Q 5 -1 , 1 'J 4 , , y K f. 41, ,U 'kk '::::" F v.- ' 4 3 1 1 . 1 1 1 1 r - 1 1 . 1 1 1 V 1 l ff I' Rowl Dangle Eh'ers Ramaker Krautkrarner Day Palmquust Burr Nebel Bondow Row 2 Hardell Voss Anderson Voster Cleveland Hobart Bork Schultz Mr Buck PROJ ECTED KNOWLEDGE ASPIRING ACTORS Each mormng found the PYOISCTIOHISTS led by Mr Buck dellvermg movles and prolectors and supplying teachers wuth the materlals necessary to augment their lessons The members trained ln the operation of audio visual ands proved a real help to busy NHS teachers Besides the wlde variety of fllms deplctmg scenes from Caeser to the wonders of the atom the club handled slnde prolectors and tape recorders Grease paint and footllghts cast a theatrical atmos phere about NHS on the openlng nlghts of Thespnan productions Under the supervnslon of Mr Anderson and oftlcers Jull Harker president Elynor Evans vnce pres Jane Hauser secretary Sharon Nelson treasurer and Marcia Pyott hustorlan the group completely handled executive actlvmes properties backstage work and castmg Standmg Zlem Goodwin DuChaune Graversen Nelson Harker Hauser Pyott Wolterdmg Buchanan Mr Anderson Seated J Banks Lanzer Larson Langenberg Jensen Cummgs Bayley -WG 82 z f N 7 ' fp g . - -4 ,vc : -' ,, M - " ' J V . V l ' Y .- I ' I, .A , , X , 4 ... - ' ' . 4- - . - ' 4 n , N - Y " f . - 1 ,U ,A ' l t ,1 . N 'N A , NA . n my X I I I I I l r r I I I I I I Row 3: Loynd, Malotke, Ekvall, Kopitzke, Read, Remmel, Cox, Clark, Erdman, C. Schaefer . . . . I g . . . - 1 I ' I . . . . - . I . I I . - -I 1 ' 1 I 1 I I 1 I I 1 1 1 I 4' , V ' Y' 1 ' ' '1 - 1' - W H S - f ,. 1 - 2 ? . l 4 M MS 1. ,X ' x '4 Row Bukar M Harker Raw Sell Petersen Row Row SKII.LED SCHOOLMARMS Aiming to be pedagogues of tomorrow we eagerly Participating in a program of service tne student teachers tutored students and practiced teaching in the grade schools With advisor Miss Griffiths the ofticers were Helen Holewinski president Jill Bylow, vice president Kathy Cumlngs secretary Sue Buchanan treasurer Mollie Harker, historian and Ellen Long point recorder xr -f' Talbot Jaehnig Coerper Rawlandson Dickinson Rudolf Miss Griffiths L Buchanan Halton Thompson Olsen Scholz Starck Wolterdmg Nelson Gallmeler Long B Buchanan Guentzel Huppler B Barnes Hruska K Barnes S Buchanan Ehrgott Wilms Hoover Erdmann Dieckhoft Weber Gehrke Plier Heller Billings Tyriver Holewinski DuChaine Schindler Brezinski Christopher Grupe Hoffman Zeumer Rogness Jill Bylow Cummgs P Schwerln Joan Bylaw .l Harker Erickson FROM A TO Z The scientific alphabet from atoms to Zsignmoneys Science Prolects Club Their purpose To discover facts in the field of scientific knowledge Looking ahead to vocations in science members embarked on individual prolects Tireless effort was expended as burned out light bulbs were made to mysteriously glow The whys of photography were explored by questioning camera bugs Mr Krause directed the club with the assistance of Jim Banks M Kehoe Mr Krause S McCoy S Clark W Cogger W Schockley J Banks J Chrlstianson 83 wi: , . 1 -' l ' ., , ' I ' 4 , :rx Y ' lr , ' , , , ' ' , , ' ' , - . ' , . , , 2: , ' , 1 i , , A , , 1 V I i - , - , 32 , ' , f , ' , , , ' , , ' ' , ' , ' ', ' 42 ' f ' ', ' , f , , , ' , ' , - ' , , - f ' pursued the elusive skills at the teaching profession. Tables was under the scrutiny of the young Einsteins in . . . . . . - r ' , M? W 7 ' 4 . H 'li N , .V ,X Ye V A 'Y f ' Q. l ' l l "ii" ' ax '- A K ij: y 1 'I gz B v ,l ' A .3 f'f,,, . ng K 1 c-1 tl" Row lz Budowle, Smith, Jape, Johnson, Linlc, Starck, Beatty, M, Huppler, Wruclm, Hassler Row 2: Mr. Gundlach, Erdman, Juneau, Dixon, Hittenmiller, Palmquist, Dix, Strong, Blume, Goodwin, Talbot Row 3: Ziem, Nebel, Bayley, Schwei, Kessler, Cogger, Hanson, Kehoe, K. Peterson, Bliss, Krautkrarner BUGS, BACTERIA AND BIRDS Piercing odors of formaldehyde floated frequently from room 213, where dedicated future biologists con- gregated. Experiments ranged from the highly technical pro- cess of cultivating and transplanting cancer cells in white mice, to raising chicks to crow in four days. It was this extra effort, put into proiects, which rewarded the students with many hours of fascinating laboratory study. Two of the club members, Elynor Evans and Judy Rogness, gained further satisfaction as their two year cancer project received national recognition. In the spring, those club members who had fulfilled the requirements were eligible for the annual two-day Chicago trip, While there, they furthered their educa- tion by touring the Windy-City's several museums. Officers were President, Elynor Evans, Vice-President, Bill Cogger, Treasurer, Bill Stinger, Secretary, Sandee Lewis, and advisor, Mr. Gundlach. Row l: Lewis, Dordel, Hauser, Pyott, Ovanession, Werling, Hole, Nichols, A. Referson, Cochrane, Judy Julius Row 2: Kehoe, Wilcox, Meyer, Schultz, Christoflerson, Draieslci, N. Neubauer, K. Huppler, Reifsnyder, Krause, R. Peterson, Stinger, S. Clark Row 3: Norenburg, Gibson, Kelley, Badtlxe, J. Angermeyer, Rogness, M. Angerrneyer, Rawson, Evans, Bleuer, Swenson a Studying the effect of hormones on the rate of growth, Terry Wruck prepares to inject a day- old chicken with a hormone which caused ab- normal maturity. The transplating of cancerous tumors was an important part of a project undertaken by Judy Rogness and Ely- nor Evans. The girls performed numerous delicate operations on mice during the two year project. -.KL Investigating the lower forms of animal lite, Barbara De Long prepares cultures of bacteria lor further study. Barbara subjected the culture to various drugs, and then com- pared the germ-killing abilities of different anti-biotics. 85 l , :rullk Row 1: Evans, Erdmann, DeLong, Tyriver Row 2: Everson, Chudacoff, Badtke, Babbitz, Wamsley, Buchanan, Jaehnig Row 3: Radandt, Burt, Hedberg, Reed, N. Read, Kelly, Crooks, Hewitt, Reifsnyder Row 4: Skafte, S. Houts, Kurtz, Nelson, Peterson, Stolla, Scholz, Wilcox, Bayley, Day, Hanson, Massey Hruska, Angermeyer, Young Row 5: Johnson Marine Hildebrand Peterson Kimbro Wilms Mantor Remmel YEA! NEW UNIFORMS Proudly and impeccably attired in spanking new uniforms, the NHS band marched in the Memorial Day Parade. Their entertaining music inspired school spirit on the football field, patriotic spirit on Veteran's Day and Christmas spirit during the Yuletide Roberta Erdmann, the snappy drum maiorette, led the band through its half-time maneuvers at football games. Band officers: Ned Read, president, Julie Wams- ley, vice-president, Nancy Houts, secretary-treasurer, Mike MacGregor, business manager, and Sue Buchanan, publicity chairman, handled the legislative problems very efficiently The midwinter concert held in February showed the skill of individual members On April 5 the band participated in the District Band Tournament at Green Bay East High School The following members received a first rating cornet solo Dave Hielsberg brass choir Bonnie Bogrand Dave Hielsberg John Severson Julie Wamsley Sue Buchanan Doris Remmel and Mike MacGregor, trombone solo- Mike MacGregor, and flute trio-Elynor Evans, Nancy Houts, Barbara De Long. They competed at the state level in Madison on May 5. THEY ROOTED WITH HORNS Snappy red-sweatered students tooting lively tunes created an atmosphere of zip and enthusiasm at many NHS functions. Called the Pep band, after the spirit they import, the group presented a wide variety of selections, ranging from Rocket songs to pop tunes to 86 marches at pep assemblies and basketball games. Mr. Schulze, advisor, selected instrumentolists from the cream of the Senior Band for membership in this special group. Serving as student directors for this year were Bonnie Bogrand and John Severson. 4 wa vnuaznanwruunnu Row Row Row Row Row -,,, 1 e 1 . rea Q X 'MY' 1 - Norenberg, N. Hours, S, Lewis, B. Hansen. ' Schreiber, Pfrong, Kuffig, Peck, Lee, Dieclchoff. Gollnow, Severson, Hielsberg, Coerper, Nobbe, Missling, Saler, Zeumer. M. Read, Tag, Law, Stinger, DeBenedeHo, Thorpe, Andersen, Burr, Zimmerman, Rawson, Sell, Bogrand. Cumings, Jensen, Schulze, Cherepow, Hedlund. Row 'l Row 2 Row 3 Row 4 Severson, Erdmcnn, Chuducoff, Badllxe, Babblfz, Kimbro, T. Pelerson, Marine, Wilms, B. Bogrond Crooks, Mary Kelly, B. Young, B. Blolwm, T. Hewifv, Reifsnyder, Gallnow, l.. Andersen, J. Burr. N, Read, T. Hanson, B. Day, Peck, Dieclchofl S. Buchanan, Wamsley, E. Evans, Hielsberg, D, Remmel, Thorpe, Rawson, P. Sell, Low, DeBenedeHo, Stinger, MacGregor, Mcmor. Rowl Sauer Koeoke Jacobsen DeJardlne Lange Brettler Muss Roper Demeny Clark Kehoe Allen Krelss Mlracle Hartzenm Row 3 Rohr Gibson Gallmener Kramer Benednct Sampson Hass Gore P Schwernn Erickson Valdness Palmer D rrow Gustman THROATS OF NOTE Llltmg volces tllled wuth a love of slnglng cascaded through the Girls Choir room Appreclatuve audiences were entertamed by the resonant harmony The choir noted the Chrlstmas splrut by serenadmg the classes and presentlng a program of holiday ar rangements The group was directed by Mass Roper and president, Mncheele Schwerun, treasurer, Jackre Kramer, and sec retary, Penny Schwerln Top Row B Bonlms Rlepe DeBoer Angel Row 2 Kofnetka Chandler Neubauer Bredendlclx Row 3 Brabbee Schultz Metz Blank Row 4 Kohl Summers Farley Hensen Miss Rover 88 MUSICAL MEN Up wuth that diaphragm, admonushes Muss Roper, director and advisor of the Boys Choir Hesltant vouces were drawn out unto melodlus harmony Dnssonant sounds soon became mellow notes as the musically nn clmed boys vocaluzed The choir met nts deadlune and was well prepared forthe Sprung Muslc Festival held In Aprrl Oltlcers were Tom Hensen, president Dave Neubauer, treasurer, and Henry Plepe, secretary . ' ' . l 1 - -, . N l ' '- ' H 5 , T, l A' e . I 3 S ,M - . 5 .A :T A I le, , 1 K, ,X A ' "' . 9 l .' , , 1 1 - t ll . ' W1 '-1 Row 2: Hutchinson, Mertz, Grimm, Reinhardt, M. Schwerln, Pues, Schm:-ling, Zwickey, Kettering, Sherman, laBelle, Solrolowslri, Lueblce, Fuller, . . . . . . ,, . . ,, . . . , . . . . . . , . . . - H 11 - - ' - ' ' . . . 1 ' I . 1 ff V A., 5- A . S., i. +L .gic- Seoted Mlss Roper Werlng Standung Godschalx Ellls Gllbertson S Flenschman Benolt P Yak s Westgor K ly Steftens Zlck Rogers Angell C Wlllnams A Relerson M Huppler Fuhs K Huppler M Smxth Nrenow ALL THE WORLD LOVES SINGING Singing for thelr own pleasure and that of others proved a profitable pastume for the members of the muxed cholr After pollshnng up theur numbers at dolly prcuctlces presided over by Muss Roper the group pre sented them before a wade variety of local audiences The Chrlstmos season found the chonr In the hall of NHS spreadlng the Christmas splrnt wlth wellknown Chrlstmas carols In Aprnl twenty vocalists attended the Annual Music Festival ot Two Rners where they competed In solos and ensembles wnth students from many other schools Oftlcers elected by the choir members were presl dent Lindo Benoit secretary Bettue Ellis treasurer Sue Fleuschman The chour was accompanied by Karen Wer lung on the puano A hlghllght of each cholr year vs the Dvstrucv Music Festnval Polushlng up theur numbers for thus occasion are Sue Flelschman Bettue Ellls Margaret Smith Lmda Benolt and Kay Huppler occompamed by Karen Werllng an the plano 89 3 A - 1 T' 5 I T' 'g 1 I h ' - -L - - 1, ,A I , A: " K A - A r P , t f - V -' A K . ' ' " ' . ' V . ', 11- ' ,, 5 1 A f ' I , . 1 X . x ' ,YY , I -- , V . S ' A -4-.Q --er-f 1 , ix . .- .A . A ss ,Mv , K, '-I 1,17 ,l 'J 1 ...- . A .1-1 -' A . X ' l A ,, sb' I 1 . : ' , I' I 3 1 I 1 I 1 1 I 1 I 1 - 3 1 1 ef 1 1 I 1 1 1 - I I 1 - 1 1 1 1 - 1 - 1 1 1 ' 1 1 5 ' - 1 I 1 F 1 I l 3 1 1' w K., . . . . . I , 1 1 1 f", Mr, Gerhardt Row l Row 2 Row 3 Raw 4 Row 5 THREE HUNDRED Wild lite's greatest friend is the active Conservation Club member. The busy schedule for the school's largest club began with a vigorous election of ofhcers. The dynamic slate of students chosen to head the group included Paul Halverson, president, Mowry Stilp, vice- president, Ellen Poellinger, secretaryp and Kay Huppler, treasurer. Two students from each class were elected to serve on the advisory board. - Kehl, Wennefhe, Benoit, Boehm, Koepke, Babbitz, Erdmanr1,Wilms, Gerrits, Blohm, Selle - M. Tyriver, J, Burr, Weiland, Price, Hutchison, Radandt, Anderson, Pansy, Swentner, A, Eckrich, S. Houts, M. Sherman. Kramarczyk, Hass, Yeager, D. Germuga, Gill, Parker, Elliot, G. Stilp, B Frank, Swenson, Mertz, Taft. S Babcock, J Pingel, Petry, Ovanessian, Lee, Zick, Norenberg, N Neubauer, Kuttig, Bart, S. Neubauer, Hoftman, Kreiss. Klassen, McLaine, Carlson, Drucks, E. Drews, Petersen, Darrow, Williams, Schwab, Long, L Heinz, E Frank, D Mueller, J. Buss TWENTY-FIVE STRONG servation Club spelled variety. Fall brought weekly rid- lt was evident to all participating members that Con- Others preferred to participate in the photography or tree-planting activities. Fortunate members were chosen on the basis of ing sessions to all horse lovers. With winter came rabbit trapping and bird feeding, while spring was a signal for prospective Robin Hoods to join in the archery group. Row Row Row Raw Row points earned to attend the Trees for Tomorrow Camp. Mr. Gerhardt presented the coveted awards to the top rabbit trappers at the annual Chili Supper. Bork, Cleveland, N. Brietrick, Lewis, Hoelzel, K. Kehoe, S. Roou, Sorenson, Law, Werner, D. Olsen, Manteutel. Plank, Kelley, J. Nelson, K. Biettler, Wolf, E. Johnson, P. Allan, M. Hupoler, M. Parker, R. Peterson, Voss, Kay, Ostrowslsi. B. Hansen, Chorrier, l.. Nobbe, C. Clark, Grygney, Halle, Forsythe, Cogger, K. Peterson, Radtke, Shocllley, Goodwin, P. Rohr. French, DeWeert, N. Weber, Duoont, Kimbro, Janes, W. Smith, Gulliclssen, Feiereisen, Munche, Heany, Hittenmiller, B. Crane. C. Mortenson, C. Newton, M. Nichasch, A. Olson, J. Block, M. Schultz, J. Hanson, Drace, B. Babcocll, Pohlman, Bondow, G. Kramer, D, Swenson, Landsverk, Kofler, Zwicky. Raw 61 E. Hardell, Gehrke, Malotlre, Franz, Harold Thomas, Jensen, Fetters, Babb, Bernhagen, J. Anderson, B. Buss, Sam Clark, Poellinger, Ballard. Row 7 D. Christofferson, Prentice, Morse, Young, Ernst, Wismer, Lehl, Harder, P. Tyriver, Ducommon, Mantar, B. Barnes, M. Boehm. Row 8- T. O'l.eary, P. Talbot, John Hauser, Steve Clark, A. King, Boker, Gooding, Armbruster, Schreiber, Sturn, Beringer, M. Heinz, Neabling, Hoop- er, Jan McLeod. Row 9. Passehl, Lashua, C. Kohler, Steinke, .lerry Tonn, Clyde Jung, D. Jape, D. Lange, Krause, McCormick, Webb, Johnson, S. Fleischrnan, Tretheway, M. Mueller, J. Drews, Row lO: Carol Jung, Joan Bylow, Schaefer, Salm, G. Roou, Catlin, Halverson, Cherepow, Morse, Barkhahn, Armatoslri, Perry, Hanarnan, Heller, Danke Rosenthal, K. Huppler. V 91 -r ,, ' s 1- 7 Y ' r 1 -0 .TN , 'I flgia iff 'Q C' 1 P ,594 -MN ,Jw I.-. 1-1- C ' n 0 5 , -.-4. nl...- A ' 'm"" A S E f ..,,. ..A.m......4..Jl:atnx,1., t-ith 1 A Q A i 3 ,. . V A r,.,,.um,,,-1 .Mi 'Q Wx Q , ,, A - - O 9 .'. '53, -oqo Qf: y ',' ' f Q W I 'Q-Q, 'I .1 . . "O-...4 Q 5 ' 'Q-W-4 1 ' , 0 ' Q. Q 1 S2 -5 00 M. I Q , I 9 . I , Z4 Q f 4. a v 5 X G , , ag' ' . ,A-43, Vi .4 x 4 Crowning Prom King Ron Nichols and Queen Toni Nelson, are Junior Class President, Peter Millar, and his date, Murcia Pyott. ECHOES OF THE SEA Velvety notes of the Tony Winters' Orchestra and the soft swish of beautiful formals blended into the romantic evening of May 16. Unbelievingly, Neenah's specious gym was transformed into Neptune's kingdom ,x 94 itila for the theme, "Echoes of the Sea." "lngenious" described the underwater setting com- plete with seahorses, a subterranean garden, and a ceil- ing decorated with authentic fish nets covered with conch shells. The evening was concluded in nightclub fashion by the prom-goers at the post-prom party, where entertain- ment was furnished by a three-piece combo. A polaroid camera with pictures "developed-while-you-wait" was available to those wishing to preserve the memories of this unforgettable evening. Prom co-chairman Jill Cochrane, and her date, Ned Read, talk with Julie Wamsley and Chuclm Schubert as they inspect a chest of shells which helped lend atmosphere to the occasion, HOMECOMING '59 To add to the homecoming spirit, many Neenah mer- chants donated their windows to school organizations for pep displays. Decorating the window for G.A.A., Kirsten Thompson and Doris Remmel put a victorious Rocket at the head of a flight of stairs representing conference teams. Spirits were high at the victory dance where students celebrated the 35 to 7 win over Menasha. At the intermission, Queen Bonnie Wolterding and King Jerry Schae- fer were crowned by Pep Club president Jill Bylow and her date, Dick Wilson. 2 1' F' ,av Wm During halftime, the homecom- ing court was honored on the play- ing Held. Mr. Paul Groth, President of the Board of Education, pins a corsage on Queen Bonnie Wolter- ding, while underclass attendants Penny Yakes, Carol Jung and Kathy Ryan look on. 95 EXPRESSO The slow Southern clrawl of "Two Black Crows", Bill Shockley and Carl Ziem, provided one of the highlights of 'fExpresso," the junior class variety show. Done in a vaudeville style, the act iniected humor into the show. Bongos, beats, and babies bounce about ci mad pad as Karen Swenson, Minnie Zachow, Jeri Stilp, and Sue Roou do an interpretation of a magazine reporter turned beatnik. if . U A crowd of 650 responded with gales of laughter to the little creatures with pillow- case heads which cavorted across the stage during the finale of the show. Completing a fun-filled evening, J. Angermeyer, B. Reifsnyder, L. Gollnow and J. Severson enjoy the dance after the Variety Show. Expressionistic murals and skillful lighting added favorably to the annual event. 5 FRESHMAN CHEERLEADERS Just before cheering the freshman basketball team through an exciting game are freshman cheerleaders Char- lotte Pansy, Karen Werling, Stevie Schwab, Marilyn Schloemer, and Nancy Zeumer. The girls helped provide the spark that gave the frosh an undefeated season. -L 6. iyj , VENETIAN Chosen by Neenah High School students to reign over the Fourth of July Venetian Parade was Queen Mary Lou Whitte- more. Attendants an the court, representing their respective classes, will be: freshman, Char- lotte Pansy, senior, Jill Bylow, iunior, Ellen Poellinger, and sophomore, Barbara Buchanan. ASSEMBLIES Sue McCoy, as the Mighty Rocket, strides down upon the defenseless mummy, George Dix, sym- bolizing the superiority of the Rockets over all opponents. This and other uproarious pep assem- blies were presented by our Pep Club. Not-to-be-forgotten NHS talent brought thunderous approval from students and faculty alike at our Christmas assembly. Between selections by the band and the choirs "How Come Christmas", a humorous narration, was pre sented by Carl Ziem, Bonnie Wolterding, and Jane Hauser with Mr. Anderson's participation and direction Rounding out the schedule of programs, the Hamlin College a Capella Choir visited our school and presented a delightful variety of madrigal and folk music. 98 .735 N ' 'Q'-2 tl '.2t"'Il1 75 ff! Q ,gp 6 Q Ned Read, as the Parson, introduces Mr. Black, Tom Hrubecky, to his congregation in the play, "The Staring Match". The play, staged during Brotherhood Week, em- phasized that a person's appearance may not indicate his true nature. ON STAGE Court ofticials, played by Carl Ziem and Jim Vogt, carry on a spirited conversation with the Countess, Nancy Bredendick, and the soldier, Ron Fuss, in the play, "The Tinderboxn. This production was the first in NHS to be presented arena style, dith the audience surrounding the stage. "l'll have you yet!" threatens Steve King as Old Scratch, the devil, in "The Devil and Daniel Web- ster". John Severson, as Jabez Stone, contemplates the possible loss of his soul, while Daniel Webster, played by Tom Hanson, studies his adversary. 99 E -11111: Early each fall students vote for officers to lead thenr classes through the school year Bull Bard Joan Babbltt Dawn Perry and Jon Erdman wengh the clanms of candndates as advertlsed on electuon posters Two days of each dreary wmter week the gym of NHS bounced wnth actuve GAA members Theur after school actlvltles ranged from ping pong to the more strenuous games of basketball and volleyball Pam Peters as shown on the trampollne X1 100 Elynor Evans Jall Harker and Mary Renerson fasten thelr skus as they pre pare to schuss down the slope durmg the G.A.A. ski weekend. At the annual chrln supper the more successful rabbit trappers were served hot ch lu and mnlk by those members who caught only one rabbit Janice Drews hands cartons of cold mllk to Sue Roou and Jer: Stulp whsle Sue Wulluams takes care of another table BifMf4....l.... zealous c u a I OOO OOO OOO I iff ID Ilill BDC! I All around excellence nn school crtuzenshlp as recogmzed at the annual National Honor Society Inductaon Lots Schloemer one of the newly elected members signs the membershlp book as Karen Groversen looks on Duck Wnlson secretary treasurer of the socuety warts to offer has congratulatuons 208 Nz The student made traps of the Conservation Club were the Waterloo for 120 rabblts thus year Here Mr Gerhardt Conservation Club advlsor watches Make Demerath the clubs champion trapper cage has latest catch whnch was later released nn a dnstant area by the State Conservation Department SPECIAL RECOGNITION BEST THESPIAN AWARDS The NHS Thespians this year selected Jill Harker and Carl Ziem as those most deserving of the Best Thespian awards. Jill who had important parts in several plays including Pygmalion and The Tinderbox also served as makeup chairman her senior year. She directed The Case of the Crushed Petunias and The Devil and Daniel Webster Among Carls acting credits were roles in The Princess and the Swineherd and The Man in the Bowler Hat Carl directed Before the Flood and The Unerrxng Instinct and served as chairman of the points committee MOST VALUABLE DEBATER George Dix was selected by the debaters as this years most valuable debater George debated var sity level for three years and attended two state tournaments BASKETBALL AWARD Selected by the basketball team as Most Valuable scorer with a season s total of 428 points and was named to the all conference team FOOTBALL AWARDS At the close of the football season several boys received trophies tor outstanding performances Dick Wilson was named Most Valuable Player Mitch 102 Miller received the trophy for the Most Tackles and was elected team captain while Bryon Huebner was awarded the Sportsmanship Trophy , , H H H H , - H . ,, ll 4 ' II , A - - ,, - - U H - ll l ll ll ll ' ' ll ' , Player was guard Jack Ankerson. Jack was also high . , . , 1 1, f n . . I . l . 1 ' - U f . NEW ACTIVITIES Budding authors ot NHS, with the help of Miss Bryan formed the Creative Writers' Club. Members not only wrote, but critically evaluated their writing, Shown here examining a manuscript are, standing, M. Schwerin, S. King, S. Larson, and seated, J. Starck, Miss Bryan, and B. Krull. Taking advantage of Wisconsin's winter weather, a group of students g under Mr. Pearson organized a hockey team. The boys are, standing, P. Brab- bee, T. Krautkramer, B. Bayley, Mr. Pearson, W. Angel, T. Catlin, and E. Hardell. Kneeling are T. Albrecht, M. Verstegen, J. Severson, R. Voster, and W. Eastwood. 2' .ta-.K my -I .6--Q. : mari -.-- ... "" ,....--------'iff ' gan Workouts in the new gym became a part ot the daily routine for o group of boys interested in wrestling. Mr. Reque, who worked with the boys, demonstrates a hold to T. Ramaker and N. Bleuer and is watched closely by D. Siegel, D. Sharpe, J. Ambroso, B. Dixon, H. Coller, D. Swenson, and F. Blank. T03 5 V ' 'S - 'C .0-1 ,. . x. r , 1 -'W-R.. '. x' ', .' fn- "-,, A - 3 .-A 'b xwfax' Q. ' 1 xx' T. .' FAQ' " 0 5 o 'QTY . Q' K Ai' ' . I 3 " ' '. .14 ' ' xx ' X I Y. 4 -. ' -5 . Y N . Q -. 4?'i3 8 , rd -1-1111 l 'Q I' Wx .4 F Q I I 4- - .f...., H, X +3 ...S F ,3 , .ti-....,-l..,. i -,-. n 'Yr ,A f' 45' ,J VO' ISS ,, s A Q, 4.1, 4. M 4- 4 A M f. ? YW! - 4 All gn.. . .. :lr ' igg,,fp. ,AWUPP """' ,,-,-' ' 411A f -' fe -sq, , Qu' ,M 4 Q 3' in 1-. W.-- .. ' ii N Q 'O .4 9 I 0136 k 1? M fig! f Q' " My . 9 ,M,,,,.K, . Row 'Ia Lintner, Dennis, Bayer, Huebner, Millar, Peterson, Heinz, Reed, Coach Batterman Row 2: Tonn, Stilp, Lanzer, Goetz, Hirschy, Bukar, Zimmerman, Sopkovich, Asst. Coach Carl Row 3: Larson, Babcock, Block, Hewitt, Hrubecky, Tesch, Pollnow, Asst. Coach Bartelt Row 4: King, Hoover, Schwerin, Ankerson, Wolterding, Diedrich, Stroemer, Asst. Coach Braun BRUISERS With the record of "most tackles", Mitch Miller also has the honor of being team captain. Dick Wil- son was elected "most valuable player" and Bryon Huebner was given the sportsmanship trophy for l959. Due to early snows, our victorious team was forced to call oft its final game with Shawano. Line Coach J. Braun advises D. Miller while Head JV Conch H. Carl, Head Coach M. Batterman and defensive quarter- back M. Lintner view the action. JUNIOR VARSITY SCOREBOARD Neenah O Kaukauna 8 Neenah 36 Kimberly O Neenah 12 Menasha O Row Row Row Row Row sux" Tollefson, Rammer, Mike Miller, Oehlke, Bletzinger, Sharpe, Pederson, Babb, Sawyer, Nienow. ' Coach Stoesz, Kuehl, Cornelius, Massey, Harris, Dixon, Button, Larson, Geldernick, Brabbee. Gauger, Began, Neubauer, Walker, Weinke, Demerath, Johnson, Farin, Barnstable. Halverson, Fisher, Buckburger, Long, Damrau, Hewitt, F. Goetz, Bowmann, Harker. - Yakes, Rimer, D. King, Harold Thomas, Zehner, Schwei, Howard Thomas, Missall, Wollerman. Neenah players te Neenah Neenah Neenah Neenah Neenah 108 Cm 18 43 12 25 6 up to halt a Menasha ball carrier. Ka ukauna Wilson Menasha Kimberly Roosevelt ' STOESZ' SMASHERS AND An extremely successful varsity football team can be pre- dicted for the coming years judging by the '59 freshman football team which fought its way to second place in the freshman football conference. The forty-four energetic players, who received valuable playing experience in their five games, were directed by Coach Stoesz. Awards for outstanding effort were presented to twenty-two of the boys at the fall awards assembly. Neubauer iars opposing player as Began powers for yardage. 1 , 1 , A Till' 'ffm' lieu sc 16511 .1 . 38. 40 ly: l370a K ' way lg as 54, X 7": . 4 I ff y . ,ff . I ff: X 5 r f N, 7 1 . 1 1 4 -P ' 1 Z, if S ' 1' '19 4 1 'I 9711 'l 1v.,,.,n 'yy-Q11 7111111 35, I 111 l UNH 'xifllgy 5140 A 11 , l Row 1: Rogness, Wollerman, Bletzinger, Schwei, Austin, Coach Stoesz, Harold Thomas, Kuehl, Neubauer, Began. Row 2: Geldernick, Walker, Tollefson, Larson, Weinke, Cook, Tonn, Rather, Sanderfoot, Westgor, Pansch, Bredendick. SUPERIOR SWISHERS With a final record of ten wins and no defeats, the NHS frosh cagers won the undisputed championship of the Fox Valley Freshman League. The nineteen-member team won nearly every game by twenty points and was led in scoring by Dave Neubauer, who contributed 222 points. Coach Stoesz made his first year as coach the first in which freshman could boast of an undefeated season. In recognition of hard work and playing skill, emblems were awarded to all members of the championship team. ROCKET players Howard Thomas and Neubauer vie for the ball with Menasha players. Neenah's Dick Kuehl looks for a break as on opposing player horosses him. Z Neenah Neenah Neenah Neenah Neenah Neenah Neenah Neenah Neenah Neenah SCOR E BOA R D 54 Roosevelt 41 71 Madison 16 60 Wilson 49 49 Menasha 21 50 Kimberly 41 47 Kaukauna 18 70 Roosevelt 32 73 Madison 54 48 Wilson 44 42 Menasha 1 1 109 V71 x Neenah Neenah Neenah Neenah Neenah Neenah Neenah Neenah Neenah Neenah Neenah Neenah Neenah Neenah Sauby tangles with players for possession ol rebound. Neenah Neenah Neenah Neenah Jubilant laces ol students show high feeling after Menasha goes down with c score of 63 to 59. K basketball season. J.V. SCOREBOARD CONFERENCE 44 Menasha 55 Shawano 53 Clintonville 46 Kaukauna 54 Two Rivers 49 Kimberly 46 New London Al Menasha 59 Shawano 47 Clintonville 43 Kaukauna 69 Two Rivers 52 Kimberly 53 New London NON-CONFERENCE 35 Fond du Lac 49 Wisconsin Rapids Al Wpon 59 Appleton BARTELT'S BATTLERS An opportunity to gain needed experience was olTered to the fifteen players on the J.V. Team during the l959 Skills were developed as Coach Bartelt's team took an honorable fourth place. Doug Ankerson was elected hon orary captain with John Christianson as high point man Row l: Coach Bartelt, DeBoer, Hildebrand, J. Block, D. Ankerson, Hedlund, Gilbert Dix, F, Block. Row 2: Christiansen, Mennes, Peterson, Diedrich, Zimmerman, Gibbs, Pollnow, Wolterding. -AT.: Row 1: Coach Jorgenson, Sauby, Mott, SteHensen, Althaus, Fahrenkrug, R. Miller. Row 2: L. Rogers, T. Smith, Felton, Hyde, J. Ankerson, Wilson, D. Burton, .IORGENSC Wildly cheering NriS students spilled onto the floor iubilantly proclaiming another victory. Despite a slow seasonal start, the varsity basketball team soon caught tire, ending the season with a record of nine wins and five losses. They captured a third place tie in conference play with Shawano. Letters were awarded to eight members of the ten-man squad. Coach Ole Jorgenson again provided the coaching strategy and the successful leadership for the team, which elected Dick Wilson and Tom Smith honorary co-captains. VARSITY SCOREBOARD N'S JUMPERS Height is an advantage in getting possession of the ball for Burto in the blistering Neenah-Menasha game. NON-CONFERENCE Neenah 64 Fond du Lac 54 Neenah 86 Wisconsin Rapids 64 Neenah 78 Ripon 60 Neenah 72 Appleton 71 CONFERENCE Neenah 61 Menasha Neenah 68 Shawano Neenah 87 Clintonville Neenah 61 Kaukauna Neenah 82 Two Rivers Neenah 57 Kimberly Neenah 75 New London Neenah 63 Menasha Neenah 68 Shawano Neenah 77 Clintonville Neenah 62 Kaukauna Neenah 86 Two Rivers Neenah 89 Kimberly Neenah 69 New London se:- . Heres- , 9. Q 9 3gg9l,5'f+5 . , ' t il f 1 ' ' , ' I 5 A ' r . . X 1' 1 Y' Nfl! Q 'X If 7 2 i l I ,X a .-I ,' 4 ft 1, px. '1 , , CNN l'lhn-x Lintner, M. Stilp, Zeinert, Pierce, Bruce, P. Poellinger, W. Rudolf, J. Quade, Jerry Henson, J. Jones, T. Drews, Ruess, Schaeffer, erg, D. Burton, Nebel, DenDooven, Sopluovich, G. Gilbertson, Koehn, D. Hirshey, Bayer, Coach Carl, Kirchgeorg, Palmquist, Wisniewslui, Hedlund, S. Schwerin, D. Robinson, R. Peters, B. Babcock, P. Holewinski, J. Hoover Row l: P. Halverson Row 2: Hyde, Simerson, Stramer, Coller, T. Langenb Winters, Thorpe Row 3: Farra, D. Miller, Dennis, Gresenz, Coach Batterman Row 4: Began, Walker, A. Millar, P. Mennes, Swaim, Christofferson, Gildernick Intense effort is shown by J. Hensen as he sets new record. J. Bogrand, M. Anderson, D. Howe, Mott, D, Hanson, Forsythe, Sperka, Zimmerman, CARL'S CINDERMEN Sand and sawdust were flying as the ROCKET cindermen took another first in the pole vaulting event. Coach Carl's track stars captured their fourth consecutive conference championship. Wayne Rudolf and Jim Quade, chosen by their teammates as co-captains for the year, captured honors at the state meet by placing first and second respectively in the half-mile. Four new school records were also set during this tremendous track season - Jerry Schaefer, low and high hurdles, Jerry Hensen, pole vault, and Mowry Stilp, shot put. ' -f SCOREBOARD CONFERENCE Neenah 52 ., Menasha 48 W i , Kimberly 46 T. Drews leads the field over the first hurdles with J. Schaefer close 5 i Two Rivers behind in o flurry of flying legs. - H -L. Clintonville 26V2 Shawano l5V2 Kaukauna l3 E t7 New London 0 , ' 5 .f P ?Q9i'5L . . ' 4 'lf' , Green Bay West l5V2 Q E l Appleton 44Vz Green Bay East 43 Neenah 37 Marinette 25 Two Rivers l8V2 Menasha HV: Kaukauna 6 ll2 Row l: Catlin, DenDooven, Salm, K. Peterson, G. Hardell. '-1 r 5 ,d,,,..f- Row 2: Albrecht, D. Miracle, Gil- bert Dix, Coach Albert, John Powell, T. Mott. xwf ALBERT'S 'ARRIERS The advent of fall saw NHS cross-country men limber their legs on lengthy iaunts over hill and dale. While not having a first-class season, Coach Albert's harriers gained valuable experience in practice and com- petition. In a dual meet with Kimberly, Neenah finished a strong second, losing by a score of 32 to 25, while they easily copped the Neenah- Appleton meet by a score of 46 to 16. Neenah finished second in a SCOREBOARD Neenah 25 Kimberly 32 Kaukauna 20 Neenah 54 Kimberly 67 Appleton 'I6 Neenah 46 triangle meet with Kimberly and Kaukauna with a total of 54 points to Conference meet: Kimberly's 67 and Kaukauna's 20. Neenah finished seventh in the con- Neenah 7th ference meet and sixth in an invitational meet at Two Rivers. Two Rivers Invitational meet Neenah 6th Steve DenDooven, accompanied by Jacln Solm and Dave Miracle, seems to be headed for a well earned rest after a rigorous cross' country meet. The shot splits the air as M. Stilp strains to better his old record of 48'-9V2". if-1 A 'ts' ,1- I QGQA K Rowl Getschow Sommers H ller Jensen Moder B Braun Sauby Fahrenkrug Pollnaw Handle Row 2 Coach Braun P OBrien Syrlng Jrm Hensen Althaus P Mnllar Henke Hardell T Hensen Steffenson Murphy P Sell Goetz A414- An opposing catcher wants for a peg to home plate as anothe Neenoh run IS scored Neenah Neenah Neenah Neenah Neenah Neenah Neenoh Neenah Neenah Neenah Neenah 114 SCOREBOARD NON CONFERENCE Algoma Algoma T Wlnneconne 2 Fond du Lac CONFERENCE Menasha Shawano Clmtonvulle Kaukouno Two Rivers 2 Knmberly 8 New London 5 BRAUN S BLASTERS The solud crack of bats cmd clouds of dust on close plays filled the sprung alr as the 1959 Rocket baseball team of twenty one line players won 4 conference games and lost 3 to rank thlrd nn the conference The flannel clads ended the season with a record of 6 wms and 5 defeats For their outstandlng performances on the playing field fifteen boys received letters The team voted Don Jensen as Most Valuable Player and Jum Hensen and Don Jensen as co captams Moder Heller and Jensen look on as T Sy mg rece: es some battnng polnters from Coach Braun C5 --4.950 913- Seq M Y"' l Cx T 1. Q 3 9 T Q 5+ 'Q' X N V ' 7 ,' ff N ' JAX Exxlvtx ,, gff Q I vf7'rx'. l ' 3 :L X ENR 4 Y' T f T , ull f,I . ' 'uh 'j .4 X 4 X V! H S Aux .. Q. I , Q X ' ,,, xy' l ' 1. T ,T x .it N yt px, X 1 X , f A. , F v I I l , V 5 'S ' ' Q ' A K I ,, , , l X ' ' . . 7 .Lg V T ' I 1 4 J 1 I A ' 'I 3 9 ...i , to , 4 . O V iv jig' 1 N 1 ' ' 5 3 o 251424 ' QI- T ' 4 ' 8 7 ' V 2 ' ' 3 5 10 - 5 . . . 8 ' 9 5 K Rowl Mrotek Muller Schmereun Kosloske Hoppe Read Row 2 Gmelner Valente W Angell S Prlce Dnedrnch La Selle J Ankerson Wtlson Coach Wnllnoms WILLIAMS WHIZZES e blaznng rockets of the Red Rockets smashed thenr way to the 1959 60 Mud Eastern Conference Tennus Champ uonshnp wnth a perfect 8 0 conference record After a sea sons total of 9 wms and 'I loss the netters advanced through the Sectuonal matches to the State Tournament where they placed thnrd Guldlng the thirty players who participated was Coach ,MW 17' Ivan Wlllnams The boys nlne of whom won the tradltvonal letters elected Duck Wulson and Jack Ankerson as co captains of the teams real Steve Price shows wlnmng form determination and fast footwork as he sets hlmself for a bockhand shot ,wee l daiwiisa. 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ATN' J I Row Row Row D Ankerson Howe Read Sell Mrllar Mrotek Mott Hensen Jullus Zrmmerman R Muller Powell Althaus M Muller Dennls Bayer Llntner Huebner Hrrschy Salm Wlnters Sherman Schmereln Fahrenkrug Catlrn Peterson Stllp Pnce DenDooven Lanzer GOOD N BETTER MEN Seen at basketball games strollnng down halls leaning agamst lockers and scattered throughout the parkmg lot the boys an the red and whrte letter lackets were a famlllar and rmpresslve srght to NHS students The coveted N sported proudly by these members of the N Club stood for thelr outstandlng partnclpatlon an the mayor athletlc actlvltles After workung numerous hours to earn their letters the lettermen continued to chalk up many accomplrsh ments whtch added to the club s crednt Thenr most ex tensnve prolect was the purchase of a portable tape recorder for the Athletic Department To finance t members employed thelr talents at sports events by coat checklng and furnlshlng spectators with programs for the sectronal tournaments Each year the boys who are awarded their flrst malor letter receive an awaited welcome from the present members The group was led by Duck Wilson president Jerry Schaefer vrce president and Tom Smlth secretary treasurer The N Club us ably assusted by Coaches Jorgensen and Batterman avg i Typrcal of the service of the N CI b was the presentatxon of a tape recorder to the NHS coaching staft In recognltuon of flne servrce and coaching throughout the year Mlke Lrntner and Duck Wilson look on as Coach Jargenson explorn Its use 116 I E-J '--l 9 3 nj ,ou I N ,J g aQ "' ' '- I ' A . Q . 5 . 3 .sk J. ' 1 g ,J A li - 1 f t , ' , , , , ' , ' . 2: . ' , , , . ' , ' , , ' , , ' , , 32 ' , , A , , ' , , ' , ' , , . Row 4: Cumings, Koehn, Burton, Braun, Sauby, J. Ankerson, Schaefer, Smith, Wilson. ll ll 1 ' 1 ' . i , I . I . . . . ll Il ' . . ll ll n . . Q I Y . , h r . . , . I ' ' . 1 ' I r ' . I , , 11 11 - - if C7 . 0 I 3 . , ,, ,, U V V A 3 . , H" 5 Hanaman Ryan Holewmslu Graversen Jull Bylow Perry Gehrke Boehm WIN TEAM WIN Exhortung both adults and students to vocally en courage the team to wm our Varsuty cheerleaders used dynamlc gestures and novel formations Swlrllng skirts and flysng feet combmed wuth demonstrative hands and pleading yells became a tamlllar sight at each athletsc event Promotnng good sportsmanshlp they led us n dlsplaymg the hugh standards of our school Energetuc practlcnng of old standards and creatnng new chants filled many of thelr after school hours At pep assemblles the roar of the student body enthusl astlcally resounded In cheers and yells Selections of Varsnty B squad and Freshmen cheer leaders were made durung the year by faculty members and a commuttee of student representatlves The gurls were chosen from many candudates on the basls of pep The pep promoters were under the dlrectlon of Mlss Patrncla Mertens and Karen Graversen captain ot the squad K Rudolf Harker Stnlp Joan Bylaw Kurtz Loughrln Jung 'll7 c tv X 3 ' 'E T5 4. .U ' 7:7 L- . f, K ' ll ll - ' ' ' I n . . . l c I I - f . . ' ' , - 1 I . . . . . . co-ordlnatlon, attitude, and general appearance. A - I . . I . , - . ll L Y s' ,P g 'K I'- 1 I I I I N . 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62 Cowling Sharon 58 Cottrell Sandra 38 70 Cox lmda 58 73 79 82 119 Craig Carol 38 118 Craig William 58 Cramer Carlton 62 Crane Betty 53 73 75 81 91 Crane Marlin 62 Crooks Nancy 38 Crooks Sandra 53 81 6 Croxson Cathy 57 62 74 Cub 71 Cumlngs Gary 10 82 87 106 Cumlngs Kathleen 53 70 72 75 79 B3 Cumming Edith 21 68 Brien Earl 23 Brown Bonnie 77 Bruce Richard 112 Bryon Mono Jane Bryon Patrlcla 20 Buchanan Barbara 6 118 58 73 82 83 97 Buchanan linda 62 83 118 Buchanan Susan 69 78 83 86 B7 Buck Charles 22 76 82 Buck Ruta 53 72 76 78 Buckburger David 108 Budowle Richard 58 84 Baseball 114 Ba sketboll Basketball Basketball Basketball Batterman Award 102 Freshman 109 J V Varsity 111 Marlon 20 107 112 Bauman Ann 62 Baumann Robert 62 Bayer Gary 34 35 37 78 107 112 116 Bayley William 6 53 77 82 84 86 103 Beatty lora 26 53 70 84 118 Beck Jay 11 37 76 77 Beckman Bonnie 62 Beckstrom Sharon 53 Bednarowskn Anthony 58 Bednarowsku Helen 37 Began Joseph 62 108 109 112 Bensenstem Castello 23 Bellun lynn 62 Bukar Barbara 53 69 Bukar Richard 53 107 Bunn Karen 53 81 Rurgdorf Dorothy 21 Burr Daniel 53 8 Burr Judlth 53 75 76 Burr Robert 53 Burt Gall 53 B1 B6 Burton David 58 106 Burton Steven 53 68 Buss Joan 69 90 118 70 75 79 8 119 7 87 90119 1 Dachel John 53 Dangle Donald 38 82 Dollman Norbert 62 Damrau Marene 53 80 9 9 Damrau Richard 108 Danke John 53 D A R Award 31 Darrow Ann 62 88 90 Davey Joan 58 75 Day William 58, 70 82 DeBaere Margaret 62 Debate 72 DeBenedetto Rnchard 58 8 DeBoer Richard 58 88 110 Debroka Gerald 62 DeJardme Mary 38 118 DeJardme Susan 58 B8 DeLong Barbara 53 85 86 1 Demeny David 38 Demeny Deanna 58 88 Demerath Michael 62 101 108 Buss William 53 80 91 Butterfield Michael 62 Button Jane 37 119 Button larry 108 Buxton Sandra 62 Bylaw Jill 34 35 38 70 75 76 80 83 117 8 Bylow Joan 58 74 75 83 91 117 119 Demerath Robert 53 DenDooven Steven 38 53 68 74 112 Dennis Philip 39 66 68 71 107 Dennis Sandra 62 81 Dernback Wlllram 58 Dethardt Davnd 58 121 A ' 1 1 C 1 1 - 1 . . 1 .1 ' . .' . 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IV' A, I Q N ' 'IJ ' .X if A wg S INDEX DeWald Gayle 58 70 73 74 Deweert Lawrence 58 106 DeWeert Penny 58 81 91 118 Duckmson Susan 62 74 83 118 Dleckholi Mary 58 69 74 83 Dredrrch Rochard 58 107 110 115 Dnetz John 62 Dux George 26 31 39 68 70 72 74 77 78 84 98 102 Dlx Gilbert 58 110 113 Dux Jet? 58 Dlx Karen 62 90 118 Dlxon Wrllram 62 84 103 Dodge Dnana 53 Dolechek Donna 62 74 81 Dordel Susan 58 84 Drace Jerry 53 91 Drajeske Carol 39 81 94 Drews Burtus 39 80 Drews Ellen 62 74 75 90 Drews Jamce 58 91 101 Drews Thomas 112 Drlscall Malynn 62 74 Drucks Jean 58 75 90 119 DuChame Joanne 39 73 80 81 82 83 119 Ducommun Alfred 58 91 Dunwrddle Wrlllam 20 72 Dupont Roberta 68 90 119 Dwelle Rrchard 58 Eastwood Wvllvam 58 79 103 Eastwood Mary 26 39 74 76 78 90 Ebben Joan 39 Ebben Thomas 58 90 106 Ebersberger Judith 62 72 119 Eckrrch Ann 53 80 90 118 Eckrlch Peggy 62 90 119 Edwards Robert 58 Ehlers Rachel 53 80 92 Ehlers Ronald 39 82 Ehrgott Mary Ann 62 74 83 119 Ekvall Thomas 58 70 72 73 78 82 Elliott Lynda 58 78 90 119 Ellis Eluzabeth 53 89 118 Ellls Rlchard 39 80 Erdman Fred 23 Erdman Jerry 29 Erdman Jon 59 80 82 84 100 Erdmann Roberta 53 71 75 81 83 86 87 90 118 Erickson Marjone 59 74 83 88 Ernst James 62 91 Evans Elynor 25 26 27 39 70 74 76 8 86 87 100 118 Evans Joan 39 81 Everson Janet 53 86 92 Faculty 19 Farenkrug Mrs 23 Fahrenkrug Wllllam 53 68 78 106 111 114 6 Falck Kathryn 39 74 80 119 Fara Peter 53 112 Farm Thomas 63 108 Farley John 62 88 Farrell Gary 53 79 Fererersen Joseph 53 91 Felton Paul 53 106 111 Fetters Wrlllam 62 91 Funk Marjorie 20 Fnrkus Helen 22 Fischer Hector 77 108 Fnscher Susan 59 90 111 Fl toff Marlan 39 Flelschman Kathy 59 74 76 90 118 Flelschman Susan 53 76 89 91 1 Fletcher Constance 62 Foley Susan 59 81 Folske Sharon 62 Football Award 102 Football Freshman 108 Football Varslty 106 Forrest Betty 62 81 Forsythe Kenneth 77 91 Foster Myra 62 81 Frakes Susan 30 Francart Sharley 59 Frank Beverly 59 74 90 Frank Elaine 63 90 118 Frank Jullanne 90 Frank Phnlrp 62 Franz Davrd 59 91 French Peggy 63 91 Freshman Class 62 Freund Dennis 54 Fnedlem Sally 59 Fuhs Marcia 63 89 Fuhs Milton 39 Fulcer Carol 63 Fuller Donna 12 63 73 88 Fuss linda 59 69 70 74 90 Fuss Ronald 99 Future Teachers Assaclatron 83 Gallmeler Janet 54 B0 83 88 90 Gauger Judlth 39 80 Gauger Martin 63 108 Gaustad Ann 59 90 119 Gear Rrchard 54 Gehrke Joan 54 68 70 79 83 91 117 Genger Ronald 54 Geuger Sandra 59 75 Geldernlck Donald 63 72 108 109 112 Genett Sharon 54 78 Genett Thomas 59 Gerhardt Armin 15 82 90 101 Germuga Dorothy 59 79 90 Germuga lols 26 35 40 73 74 76 78 Gerrlts Davud 54 Gerrlts Joseph 59 Gerrlts Mary 40 70 75 76 81 90 118 Getschow Rnchard 54 114 Glbbs Charles 59 90 110 Grbson Barbara 59 88 90 Glbson Thomas 54 79 84 Grebel Melvm 63 Grlbertson Gary 112 Grlbertson l.aVerne 18 Grlbertson Georgia 63 89 118 Gull Betsy 15 73 77 79 90 Gull Gordon 79 Gllman Jerry 63 Glovannml Ann 63 82 119 Grrard James 59 A A Grrls Senate 69 Glover Nancy 28 Gmemer Gary 54 Gmerner Vlckr 63 Godschulx Roy 63 89 Goetz Francrs 63 108 Goetz George 54 107 114 Gollnaw lynne 26 54 87 92 97 119 Goodmg Chester 59 91 Goodwin David 59 82 84 Gore Nancle 88 Gracyalny Janet 40 Graebner lynn 63 74 Graebner Robert 26 54 75 77 Graversen Karen 25 26 31 40 76 80 82 101 117 Gravltrs John 54 78 Greent1eld Geoff 59 Gregory Gordon 59 Gresenz Jon 112 Grres Gary 40 Gnmn Joan 63 81 88 Grlmths Marqaret 19 50 Grrll Jamce 21 71 Grrmes James 59 Grimes Thomas 54 Grath Paul 18 95 Grlsswald Judy 63 Grunske Florence 40 81 Grupe Susan 54 78 80 83 Grupe Wnlllam 40 Grygny Carolyn 40 80 91 119 Gu ntzel lynn 63 83 Gulllckson Rrchard 54 91 Gunderson Judrth 63 90 Gunderson Wrllram 40 80 Gundlach John 19 84 Gustman Catherme 59 81 88 Gustman Rose 59 Haase Allen 63 Haase Patrlcla 63 81 Haber Joan 28 Hadler Willard 59 Hardlmger Wllllam Hall Momtors 80 Hall Tnmothy 59 Halle Susan 40 91 119 Halverson Paul 40 91 108 112 Hamilton Richard 78 Hanaman Lynn 54 91 117 Handler Maurice 54 114 Hansen Barbara 59 87 91 Hansen Hansen Hanson Hanson Hanson Hanson Hardell Hardell Harder Charles Jerry 54 90 Davnd 54 68 106 Karen 63 90 Mildred 23 Thomas 59 70 73 84 86 B7 99 Eu ene40 77 82 91 103 113 114 Sue 91 Leon 59 91 Harding David 63 75 Harker Harker Harker 9 Harper Harrlng Harrls Jrll 6 26 35 40 7 74 76 8 8 100 102 18 John 63 71 108 Mallee 57 59 68 6 74 79 83 7 Douglas 59 ton Donna 63 Wrllram 63 108 Hartzherm Iva 54 88 Hass Jane 59 88 90 Hass Robert 40 68 Hassler Hauser Hauser Hayes Heaney Heath Hedber Hedlun James 59 68 72 79 Peter 40 84 Jane 40 73 75 76 80 82 84 98 John 63 91 Carol 59 81 Daniel 59 91 larry 54 Patricia 40 81 86 10 110 Header Jerry 54 Hem Ruth 21 Helnz lrnda 63 81 90 Helnz Ronald 40 78 107 Heinz Mnchael 54 91 Hernzkall Mary 30 Hernzklll Ruth 59 118 Heller Carol 54 73 74 83 91 Heller Dowd 114 Hendrrckson Carol 63 90 Hendnckson Robert 54 90 Henke Hensen Hensen Hensen Hewntt Hewitt Hlelsbe Huldebr Ervrn 54 71 106 114 James 114 Jerome 112 Thomas 54 B8 106 114 116 Lloyd 108 Thomas 59 86 87 107 rg Davrd 40 87 and Duane 54 Hvldebrond Judy 63 Hrldebrand Steve 59 86 106 110 Hilton Holly 63 74 83 119 Hlrschy Davld 54 78 107 112 116 Huttenmlller Robert 59 B4 91 Hobart Kenneth 40 82 Hobart Ona 59 Hochholzer Frank 18 Hochholzer Robert 40 Hoelzel Susan 59 74 91 Hoffman Patncra 59 83 90 118 Hole Mary Ann 54 81 84 Holewlnsku Helen 40 80 83 117 119 Holewmskl Paul 90 112 Halverson Kathy 63 72 Home Economrcs Club B1 Hooper Edward 59 79 91 Hoover Jay 59 107 112 Hoover Susan 54 70 78 83 93 Hopkms Patrma 80 Hoppe Olrver 115 Houts Nancy 40 74 78 87 90 Houts Susan 59 86 90 118 Howe Dale 59 112 116 Hrubecky Thomas 59 99 107 Hrubesky Richard 54 78 Hruska Ann 54 78 83 86 92 119 Huebner Bryon 40 66 71 102 107 Huahes Helen 20 25 H.1pple1 Kay 26 40 4154 74 rs 84 B9 Hupolor Marcna 26 50 74 78 81 83 84 89 Hutchrson Sallv 54 88 90 Hyde Forrest 54 106 111 112 Ihde Davld 59 Ihde Glen 54 Jack Nancy 40 74 75 76 80 90 118 Jacob John 54 Jacobson Sandra 54 81 88 Jaehnrq Dogmar 59 72 81 83 86 Jape Davld 54 91 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Mennes Harold B 18 mennes Paul 60 106 110 112 Mennmg Carol 64 90 119 Mertens Patrlcla 22 118 Merrz Susan 60 81 88 90 118 Metso Glona 60 81 Metz Wllllam 64 88 Meunler James 55 Meyer 8ernard44 71 6 Meyer Denms 60 Jung Clyde 54 74 91 Jun enber Donald 63 LaBelle Sondra 42 78 88 Lamb Wnllnam 60 Landsverk Shurley 54 91 Lange David 43 91 Lange Karolyn 63 88 Langenberg Jeanette 43 50 80 82 longenberg Thomas 54 78 112 lanzer Steve 54 68 82 107 116 Meyer Meyer Meyer Mncnel Mllldl' Mnllar Muller Muller Maher Muller Muller Muller Dorothy 64 Michael 84 Suzanne 60 68 74 90 119 James 60 Alex 60 106 112 Peter 27 44 80 94 107 114 Albert 10 64 Bonnle 55 118 Bruce 55 115 James 64 Michael 64 108 Mutchell 44 71 102 106 116 Lashua LaVerne 43 76 80 9 9 Junior Class 52 Kompo Karuhn Karuhn Karuhn Kaufert Kaun F Fredncli 59 Sally 42 119 Sharon 63 Terry 54 71 Judith 54 redenck 59 79 Nadolny Thomas 60 Koun Jeanette 42 76 80 Kay Martheo 54 70 75 91 118 Keberlem Wllllam 42 77 Kehl Carole 54 75 79 80 90 119 Kehoe Kathleen 63 73 74 91 Kehoe Muchael 54 83 84 Kehoe Tumothy 63 84 Kellett Jay 63 Kelley MaryJo 59 84 86 91 Kellogg Mary 59 74 76 79 87 90 119 Kelly Michael 63 89 Kemplnger Elizabeth 59 7 73 74 9 Kessler George 42 84 Kettering Donna 63 88 Kettner Joyce 54 75 Klmbro Gerald 68 91 Klmbro Kenneth 59 86 Klng Albert 59 107 Kung Damel 108 Kung Steven 26 34 35 71 76 77 99 103 Klrchberg Barbara 63 Klrchgeorg Dr 50 Kurchgeorg John 112 Klser Fannybelle 19 78 Klassen Joyce 59 81 90 Klatt Donnel 59 Klem Jerry 63 90 Klesmlt Mary Ann 54 Klesmut Ronald 59 Klmker Michael 54 Kloss Robert 63 Knaack Dale 54 Knoedler Rlchard 54 76 Kobunsky Bnan 59 Kobmslly Karen 59 81 Koehn Richard 26 54 78 106 1 Koepke Bruce 63 Koepke Kathy 59 81 88 90 Koerner Sandra 63 119 Koerwutz Peter 7 42 Kof1er Allce 59 81 91 Kofnetka Harvey 63 88 Kohl Michael 59 88 Kohler Carolyn 42 91 Kohler David 54 Konop Andrea 59 70 81 Larsen Larson Larson Larson l.a rson Larson LaRue l.aSage Damel 43 James 63 108 109 James 60 John 60 107 Pauline 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GLASS WNAM RADIO WOECKNER JEWELRY STORE LETTER FROM THE EDITOR The past several months have been a valuable experience for me and one that I will always treasure The memories of missed deadlines and lost photographs have been overshadowed by the more pleasant aspects of the period such as the satisfaction of having finally completed a long and involved lob and the association with a group of wonderful people the ROCKET staff Invaluable to the publication of this annual were the following members of the staff Elynor Evans Layout Editor Penny Simpson Special Assistant Editor Judy Julius Co business Editor Lois Schloemer Writing Editor Mike Sperka Sports Editor For photographic assistance The Twin City News Record and the Appleton Post Crescent deserve sincere thanks Finally I would like to thank our advisor Mr Robert Thom who encouraged us in times of despair and provided the guiding hand of experience to the staffs efforts Signed GEORGE DIX Editor rn Chief 132 I I I O. , I , , . 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