Neillsville High School - Crimson and White Yearbook (Neillsville, WI)
- Class of 1941
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MISS I-IED MISS CARLSON
Home Economics Home Economics Physical Education
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Agriculture Manual Arts History American Problems
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EARTELL, Hll.DE "Hllclxen"
She,1s fa frlxolar and fa mood one."
Banil, 2, 3, 4, Sef7retnry'Tredsurer 45
Fcrensins 2, 35 Mxxed Cllmus '35 Cwlee
Club X35 Prom Coymmttee 'lg Annual
Bnerfl 3, 45 "You Cant Take- Ii W1tlx
You" 45'CliQf1 Se-Ore-tary-Tre-nrurf-r 2.
BAUMANN, MARCUS "Marla"
"He twxrlf' and wlrzrl .xml lllrtgn wlth
Baskf-thrall I5 Forestry Clwla l, 2, Treas-
urer l, Secretary 25 Castelle l, 2, 3, 4
Band 25 Drum Mayor 2, 3, 45 Dominoes
2, 3, 45 Forensxcs 2, 3, 45 Debate 3, 4.
Glee Club 3, 45 Mxxeci Chorus 3, 45
Annual Board 3, 45 Prom Comrmttee 32
'Txger House" 35 lYou Can't Take It
Wxth You" 45 Pep Cluln 7, 4.
BENNETT, KEITH "Floss1e"
"Twinkle, twmkle, Draxr.-atxc Star,
What A bashlul boy you areY"
Band 1, 2, 'Z, 4, Busxness Manager 45
Mxxed Chorus 3, 45 Glee Club 3, 45
Forenzncs 1, 2, 3, 45 Debate 2, 3, 45
Cdetnlla 3, 45 Domlnoes 2 3, 45 "Tlqer
House" '35 "You Cant Take It Wtth
You" 45 Anrzxml Board 3, 45 Pep Club
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l1ARlJlfl.r,l1EN, VILMA Ve-Hy"
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BROWN, MARGUERITE 'Brownxe'
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2 'e 45 Svxff-Mel 2, 7, 4: Band 1, 2, 3
-2, fl' .flv-n?D,rf1:tr1r 43 'Tiger Howe" 7
f'T1'mL.n l, 2, 3, 45 D4.r:..1mef 3, 4
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EUCHSTEINER, l.ORRAlNE "Burk"
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CARI. HERMAN 'Butch'
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DAHNERT, ELAINE "Shorty"
'lGOod goods in a small package."
Pep Club 4. F y
DUBES, DORIS "D.:bsze"
When she wall, she wtll5 you may
depend on 1t.
When she won't she won't. And
theres the end on .t"'
Band l, 2, 3, 45 G,A.A. 25 Forensnc 2,
45 Glee Club 45 Chorus 45 Sextette 4
EIDE, RACHEL URdChl8H
l'What a gat!"
Band l, 2, 3, 4, VxceAPresident 45 Glee
Club 1, 2, 3, 4, President 45 Mixed
Chorus 1, 2, 3, 4, Secretary-Treasurer 45
Dormnoes l, 2, 3, 45 Pep Club l, 2, 4,
Glrl Scouts lp Annual Board 3, 4, A5-
sxstant Edxtor 3, Ed1tor 45 Sexlette l, 2,
3, 45 Prom Committee 35 "T1ger House"
35 "You Can't Take lt Wxth You" 45
Class Secretary-Treasurer 3.
ELMENDORF, BONITA "Bonnie"
"Bonnie lxkes to dance."
Glee Club 2, 3, 45 Mlxed Chorus 2, 3,
45 Pep Club 2, 35 Home Economics
Club 1, 25 GAA. 2.
FREE, ROBERT "Bob"
"When l'm wxth my gun, do I have
Band 1, 2, 3, 45 E:-1 Scouts 1, 2, 3:
FROEHLICH, LUCILLE "Lucy"
'A wxnrung way, a pleasmq smnlef'
Home Econornzcs Club lg G.A.A. 5
Glee Club 3, 45 Mxxed Chorus 3, 45
Lxbraraan 35 Pep Club 45 Forensxcs 4
GASSEN, MARY ELLEN "Meg"
A womans heart, luke the moon, tr
But there's always a man ID ntl"
Gxrl Scouts 15 Band 1, 2, 3, 45 Glee
Club 1, 2, 3, 45 Mixed Chorus l, 2, 3.
4, L1b'rar1an 45 Sextette 3, 45 Forensxcs
l, 2, 35 "T1qer House" 35 "You Can't
Tal-ce It Wxth You" 45 G.A.A. 15 Pep
Club l, 2, 3, 45 Class Vnce-President 25
Prom Committee 3.
GRESS, DONALD "Don"
"He's our football hero."
Football 3, 45 Basketball 45 EEA. 3, 45
F.F.A. Basketball 3, 45 Forestry Club
l, 2, 3, 45 "You Can't Take lt Wxth
You" 45 Class Presndent 4.
FRANTZ, GORDON "Bull" 'fi HANSEN, ROBERT MBob"
"Isn't lt a pity that you're such a "And stxll the wonder grew."
F.F.A. 2, 3, 45 l'.F.A. Basketbal , , 5
Glee Club 3, 45 Mxxed Chorus 3, 4. 4 Stock ludgnng 3.
FRANTZ' IOSEPH --be" st HANTKE, NADINE "Dene"
-'A Second Poe." 7 "D1v1nely tall and rrzosl dwznf-ly
Forensics 14253 4' Casgalls 1' 2g 3' 4' av-'iilvntrw Home Etgnnurzu as Club l, 2, 3, 4,
Treasurer 5 mmoes ' ' 4' ecre' Pre-ixdenf 4' Pep Club 4' G,A.A. 4'
tary-Treasurer 3, 45 Mxxed Chorus 3, 4: Q Llbrdrmn 4. Glen, Club 2. f-YOU can 5
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lvmasow, VIRGINIA "Ginny" V5 I "
"She has broken many a manly I
Curl Scout: lg Pep Clvb 3.
K IEPSON, MARGARET "Peggy"
- HA mauden faxr, wrth pretty haxrf' I
Horre Econorrvts Clul, l, 25 Pep Club
2, 45 Band l.
U". "Ou1et, luke a mouse.
jx But ol course she does1n't squeakf
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KAUDY, IOHN "Curly"
"Where dxd you qet that HIBTC6lJ
Your hair ms a 4-urly as ? 3"
Football 45 F.F.A. 2, 3, 45 Mnxed Chorus
X25 Glee Club 2, 3, 45 Forestry Club 1, A
2, 3, 4.
KNOPS, EUNICE "Cxssy"
"She's lrlce a magnet, attractxvef'
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, KORTH, WARREN "Korky'
4 I peddle papers,
' And cut my capers,"
PEP Club 3, 45 Mxxed Chorus 35 Glee
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KUBAT, MARIE "Blondie"
"Versatxle as a safety pm,"
Glee Club l, 2, 3, 45 Mrxed Chorus l, 2,
3, 45 Home Economxcs Club 4.
KUHL, BETTY "Betts"
"Cool, fKuhll calm and xndustriousf'
L1brarian 35 Pep Club 4.
"She surely can sell shoes!"
Pep Club 1.
"Hear me toot
On my flute."
Band I, 2, 3, 43 Lrbrarian 35 Glee Club
1, 25 Mixed Chorus l, 25 G.A.A. l, 2,
45 Home Economics Club l, 2, 3, 45
Dommoes 3, 45 Castalxa 3, 45 Pep Club
45 Gxrl Scouts I5 Lnbrarran 45 Annual
LEWERENZ, ARNOLD "Arnie"
"Who's 'leame, Arnie?"
Band l, 2, 3, 45 Busnness Manager 45
Forensncs l, 2, 35 Mrxed Chorus 3, 4,
Presxdentg Glee Club 3, 45 Castalra 3,
45 Dormnoes 3, 45 "T1qer House" Bus:
ness Manager 35 "You Can't Take l
Wlth You" 45 Ouartette 45 Octet 35
Pep Club l, 2, 3, 4.
LINDOUIST, NORMA "L1nny"
"A buddnnq trombomstf'
Home Economxcs Club l, 2, 3, 4i
MAY, RUTH "Ruth.e" f'-N F
"Ruthie has a little smnie 'P
When it flashes, 'tis worthwhile." S f
Band 1, 2, 3, 45 Librarian 2.
MILTON, GLADYS 'Happy'
Shes here' I hear her gfgzgze'
Entered from Minneap-01.5 4, 1'
MOFFATT, HAROLD "Molly"
"A tiller of the soil,"
F.F,A. 2, 3, 4. M 'UH np' an
NESBITT, MARTIN "Ozzy"
"Does he look like a secretary? He is!"
F,F.A. 3, Secretary-Treasurer 4,
NORTH, PATRICIA "Pat"
l'Give us a gal whose lite is one
Band l, 2, 3, 45 Annual Board 1, 2, 3,
41 Cheerleader 2, 3, 43 G.A.A. I, 45
Home Economics Club Ig Girl Scouts lg
Librarian 33 "You Can't Take It With
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OELKE, LEWIS "Radcliffe"
"I may look like a ladies' man!
And am I! !" '
Forensics l, 2, 3, 43 Debate 2, 3, 45 ,
Annual Board 3, 4, Business Manager .4
45 Basketball lg Band lg Mixed Chorus
3, 45 Glee Club 3, 45 Octet 35 Pep
Club l, 2, 3, 45 "Tiger House" 35 "You ' 5
Can't Take It With You" 45 Prom Com-
mittee 3, Septette 3.
PETERSON, BERNADINE "Nermadine"
"She is slender and tall
And graceful with all,"
Glee Clgb 2, 4, Mixed Chorus 2, 45
Home Economics Club l, 2, 3, Hobby
Club lg String Ensemble 3, 45 G.rl
Seo-gi: 1, 25 I..brar.an 3, 4,
PETERSEN, IOHN "Pete"
'He handles his feet like a pro-
Band 1, 2, 3, 43 Prom Committee 35
Dorrnnoes 3, 43 Boy Scouts if Pep Cigb
45 Glee Club 41 Basketball l, 2.
RODMAN, RUBY "Skipper"
Hlust a jewel."
ROSE, MARY "Molly"
"As busy as a button."
Home Economics Club 1, 2, 3, 45
Forensics 1, 2, 3, 43 Pep Club 3, 45
Glee Club 45 Mixed Chorus 45 G.A.A.
45 Girl Scouts 1, 2, Hobby Club 1.
ROWE, IAMES "lim"
"A jolly good skater is he."
RUSSELL, MARCIA "Marsh"
"Don't say 'Toothpicks' to Marcia."
G.A.A. lg Castalia l, 2, 3, Secretary 35
Dominoes 1, 2, 3, 45 Band 1, 2, 3, 4,
Glee Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Mixed Chorus l, 2,
3, 4, Sextette 2, 3, 4: "Tiger House" 35
"You Can't Take It With You" 4:
Forensics 2, 3g Librarian 25 Girl Scouts
lg Pep Club 1, 2, 3, 45 Class Vice-
President lp Prom Committee 3.
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SCI-IILLER, WILLIAM "Bi
AS' "U Rah Rah. Schiller!"
i, Prorr. Comm1ttee 35 Ouartette 45 Sep-
tette 35 Octet 35 Mlxed Chorus 2, 3, 4:
Glee Club 2, 3, 45 Band I, 2, 3, 4,
Prespdent 45 Forestry Club l. 2, Secre-
tary 25 Cheerleader 2, 3, 41 Pep Club
I5 Dormnoes 2, 3, 45 EEA. 25 "T1qer
House" 35 "You Can't Take It Wtth
You" 45 Forensxcs 2, 3, 45 Football 45
Annual Board 3, 45 Class Presxdent l5
Class Vxce-Presldent 3.
SCHILLER, IOE UTIQSY'
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Then a captain. CBasketballl
What a man!"
"' Basketball Manager I, 25 Basketball 3, 4.
SCHLINKERT, CLARENCE "Slmky"
'There is somebody you look up to."
F.E.A. l, 2, 3, 45 Gram ludgxng 4.
SCHULTZ, DALE "Schultzie"
' "I love the cows and chrckensf'
Forestry Club 25 F.F.A. 1, 2, 3, 4, Treas-
urer 45 Football 4.
SEELOW, LILA "Curly"
"She has naturally curly halr. The
1 lucky thmqf'
'Q' Home Economics Club I, 25 Pep Club 4.
SEIF, LOUIS "I.ou1e"
"borne and hrs tm Lx71yl"
Football 2, 3, 45 Basketball l, 2, 3, 45
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6 hula I
SHORT, DOREEN "Dorn
"Hair hke coalfwzth a wa e nn lt."
G.A.A. l, 25 Home Econcrmcs Club I,
2, 45 Hobby Club I5 Pep Club 45
Lrbrartan 45 'You Can" Take It W.th
STANLEY, LAWRENCE "Larry
'Followrnq tn hrs brother s lootsteps. '
EEA. I, 2, 3, 45 FEA. Basketball
Manager 2, 35 Forestry Club 35 Gram
STANTON, JOYCE "loyous"
"She takes hte ln a whrrlf'
Band l, 2, 3, 45 Student Dxrector 45
Glee Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Secretary 45
Mxxed Chorus l, 2, 3, 45 Dormnoes 2, 3,
45 Castalla 2, 3, 45F0rens1cs l, 2, 3, 45
"Txqer House" 35 Pep Club 1, 3, 45
Home Economlcs Club I, 2, 35 Hobby
Club 15 Sextette 3, 45 Librarlan 3, 4.
STRUBLE, LAWRENCE "Chuck"
"He broke his neck, but he's stlll
Entered from Grantor! 25 F.F.A. 2, 35
Football 2, 3, 45 Basketball 2,
VANDEBERG, PEARL "Pearly"
"Her teeth hke her name."
Entered from Granton 35 Home Eco-
nomxcs Club 4.
VANDEBERG, RUSSELL "Rusty"
"Hats oft! Along the street they come.
Theres Rusty wlth hrs blq bass
Band 2, 3, 45 EEA. l, 2, 3, 4, Presrdent
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III: M. Vine, I. Trogner, M. WetzeI, M. Iake, D. Tock, C. Hartung, R. Afkerzd, B. O'Brien, M. West, V. Wafennuhl, B. Dahnert
G. Mortenson M. Peterson, I. Hake, I.. Ienni, V. Thoma, C. Martens, K. Kearns, R. Isipkie, M. Ianke, I. Asphn, A. Letsch
D. Iramm, A. CIinton, I. MiIIer, E. Meihak, L. Ott, D. Freedlund, I. Potter, G. BardeIeben, A. Christie, E. Tresemer, R. Cook
D. Imig, I. Heintz, E. Irish, E. Tramm, I. Zimmerman, D. Reineke, D. Spaete, D. Radke, I. GiIIard, L. Lewerenz, S. Mont
A. Anderegg, S. Peterson, A. SIy.
Now, considered uppercIassmen, we of the Iunior CIass are nearing the
end of our high school careers. However, even in our eagerness to get ahead
and "go pIaces" we shaII never forget our third year in high schooI. How couId
we? How, indeed, with such thriIIs as being in the Iunior CIass Play and putting
on the prom. Moreover, as juniors, we have turned out for more extra-
curricuIar activities than we formerly did in our freshman and sophomore years.
Now as we close the doors on our house of Iearning for the Iast time before
we are seniors, we sum up our junior year as truIy worthwhiIe and successfuI.
Presidert '-far LY Ott
Vice-'PreQ1de + MMO CCl'oerfeld
Secretarv Tr aa 1, Kathy Kearrs
Row lV1 E. Brown, A. Quesnell, M. Hansen, A. Zickert, R. Kutsche, l. Seelow, A. Huckstead, A. Vobora, l. l-lull, E. Brown.
Row Ill: A. Zinell, l, Milton, C. Schmidt, D. Vine, L. Wilding, A. Mohr, L. Wedekind, H. Haiige, A. Moen, D. Milton, S. Magnu c n
Rcw ll: P. Turner, E. Kren, A. Tiemar., D. Prochazka, l. Stanton, C. Wiiiters, M. Stiicki, D. Schaub, C. Vfilson,
l'3c,w lx l, Bender, D. Rose, L. Page, C. Kalscw, M. Wasserhurger, B. Boon, M. Erpenbach, A. Gergeii.
Take a look at the sophomores! We are the green students oi last year,
changed to a lighter shade. We are really learning what school lite means.
Blazing a trail ot progress from the blackboard to the window, we will never
forget the enjoyment we are getting out ot this year of school. Several boys
went out lor athletics while many others were interested in music and took up
band and chorus work. Some were talented in speaking and joined the debate
and forensics sguad. All ot these things made tor a more exciting sophomore
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esider Drck Van Gorderm
Vrce-Pres Gert Lows Dux
ecretary Treasurer Delores Mrltorm
Row IV: M. Lindow, B. Walrath, l. May, H. Hartung, T. lonkel, C. Peterson, E. Carl, M. Chase, F. Stiemke, D. Shramek, G.
Row Ill: B. Florence, H. Ulrich, P. Griep, I. Fleugel, E. Marg, A. Madsen, E. Markwardt, A. Garbusch, C. Cram, G. Winnega
Row ll: L. Meuller, A. Beyer, R. Kaplan, l. Kunze, L. Matonich, L. Tramm, E. Richmond, C. Reindel, Y. Young, E. McConnell
Row l: B. Seelow, F. Heintz, M. Scholtz, B. Waterhouse, V. Shumway, L. Steimke, L. Zank, M. Gault, A. Strangfeld, R. Paun.
Missing: H. Paun, A. King.
During the last year, we sometimes almost prayed that we would never
have to go through the ordeal of being freshmen again. And yet, now when it
is over we look back rather regretfully, for we know that we shall never have
any experiences which will even compare with our first year in high school.
Several of us enjoyed working with the band, showing or not showing our
music ability. Bob Horswill, Heron Van Gorden, and some other of the boys
participated in the school sports.
With hopeful eyes we look forward to our future years in high school but
we will always keep a warm place in our hearts for our freshman year.
President 4A... lacolo Stucki
Vice-President . , . Bob Horswill
Secretary-Treasurer . Evelyn Markwardt
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Row HI: N. Kluhsman, E. Van Horn, E. Dux, E. Sly, I. Stucki, R. Lastofka, P. Mclntyre, l. Gaier, R. Lynch, G. Marshal.
Row H: l. Scott, N. Sischo, W. Hubinq, R. Horswill, A. Watenpuhl, L. Duda, M. Payne, F. Vornholt, R. Shaw, R. Todd, C. Meier
E. Kissling, C. Krause, L. Bohnsack, D. Cummings, B. Musil, C. Brickler, C. Swenson, A. Opelt, W. Pretsch.
R. Swallow. L. Schmidt, H. Rodman, A. Harding.
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Editor Business Manager Assista t i Assistant Bu iness Manager
ANNUAL BOARD l
We ot the annual statt must admit that we did enjoy producing this 1941 Crimson
and White, and we certainly hope that you will appreciate our ettorts. We take this
space to thank the people who gave us snapshots and anyone else who in any way
contributed to this book. We also wish to thank our advisors, Miss Carlson and Miss
Brandon, tor their patience and their assistance in the making and selling ot our annual.
CRIMSON AND WHITE STAFF
Assistant Editor ,
Advisor . i
Advisor , .
. . . . Rachel Eide
. . , , . . . lames Hauge
i , . . . , , . , . Miss Carlson
. . . Evelyn Markwardt, Dick Lowe, Lorraine lenni
Keith Bennett, lune Free, Dick Van Gorden, Joe Schiller
. Marguerite Brown, Alice Moen, Dorothy Vine, Harvey Mott
l-lilde Bartell, Marcus Baumann, William Schiller, Elaine lrish
. . . , . William Schmedel, Leland Rose, P. G.
. . . . Lewis Oelke
. , , , Shirley Peterson
. . . , . . Miss Brandon
. Walter Scott, Lorraine lenni, lames Scott
Charlotte Martins Lenore Landry
Waller Scoii. O Y Vme, lune F
LaRaY09 lenm' ree, Alice Moe
ldmes SCOM' ni EV9lYr1 Markwa
Marcus Baumann, Elaine lrish, Bill Schiller,
Hilde Bartell, Keith Bennett.
D1 ck Van GO
rden, Dick Lowe, I
oe Schiller, Herve Chailolie Marlins.
loe Zilla, Pamela
North, Lemme L
Row Ill A Quesnell, L. lenni, G. Mortenson, l. Neff, M, Ciassen, M. Russell, A. Christie, V. Kingswan, M. Hansen M Rose
Rcw II B Elmendorf, l. Stanton, D. Dubes, C. Schmidt, A. l-luckstead, L. Froelich, R. Eide, V. Watenpuhl, l. Trogner Miss Goere
Row l D Schaub, M. Kubat, M. Wasserburger, D. Rose, M. Brown, A. Ge-rgen, M. Stuclfai, l. Milton.
GIRLS' GLEE CLUB
This year about thirty girls donated their vocal chords to the worthwhile
cause ot singing in the Girls' Glee Club. Under the charming direction of
Miss Goeres the girls really 'lwent to town." The numbers which they sang at
the Christmas concert were thoroughly enjoyed by the audience. The har-
monious blending ot their voices enlightened many ot the P.T.A. meetings
and the soloists and sextette have added a little spice to several programs
given in the community during the last year. Always willing and ready to
lend their services, the Glee Club has lound many ready listeners. Thus, we
say, "Orchids to these girls and their director tor their outstanding work this
President . . . . , . . Rachel Eide
Vice-President . . . Marguerite Brown
Secretary-Treasurer . . . loyce Stanton
Librarians . . lanice Milton, Lorraine lenni
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l'I'-..1f-1,' P. .i le' .-.' --:-mx lf e lfze Jie ffe 'I'-'1'v .-. 1' br.: 1:.'1r..' Bar, Peer f' 3.1 er.
lf the oirls did a orarid piece ot work ir. eirioirio, add the boys arid what do you have?
Crrarid work plus." Althouoh the boys were the ories who supplied the hilarity and trouble,
they also did a riotable piece ot work. Will we ever foroet the marry times the director practi-
cally? ? 7 lost her temper over the toolishriess displayed by the Chorus Group.
However, the group showed that they could exhibit other thirios besides riohserise at ir
Coricert qivseri for the berietit ot the hospital. I-lveri Miss Goeres was surprised.
Trustirirr to Practice Makes Perfect," Miss Goeres buridled her group up put therti ir.
the bus, arid took therri to Eau Claire tor practice sirioirio. The director' there seemed quite
pleased with the oroup.
The tourriarrierit iri the spririo at Eau Claire rourifled out the season.
Row Ill: l. Scott Vf. Scot' P. Thcrrxfer., G. Frantz, M. Ba'.rrr.ar.h K. Berref' '.'f. S ehiller.
Row ll- B. Elmerirlcrf l. Siaricri D. Dqbes, C. Schrriid? A. Huslcrteal l. M :Q-' P, l.i1QLt?, V, 'l'li:.rri.i V. Vy'1ter'.r.ulr. M44 Go
Pew l. M. Kulmef M. Wasserermzqer D. Rose, A. Gerqerr, M. Russell, M. Ganeri I.. Froeliyh
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AFFIRMATIVE TEAM NEGATIVE TEAM
Keith Bennett, Dick Van Gorden, Walter Scott. Lorraine lenni, Bob Peters, Marcu Baumann
The present year marked a successful season in debate. As the year opened
in October there were twelve persons gathering evidence on the topic, "Re-
solved, that the powers of the federal government should be increased." During
the months of November, December and lanuary these people traveled to
practice tournaments at Eau Claire, Loyal, and Granton.
As the result of the practice tourneys Keith Bennett, Walter Scott, and
Dick Van Gorden were picked as negative speakers and alternate respectively
with Lorraine Jenni, Marcus Baumann and Robert Peters holding the same
affirmative posts for the sectional tournament at Chippewa Falls, February 14
and 15. These speakers took Neillsville to the finals and a tie for fifth place in
the district. For their efforts the speakers will receive letters and the alternates
will receive numerals.
Standing: Lewis Oelke, Iames Scott.
Sitting: Heron Van Gorden, Virginia Thoma, Dale Sherman.
Row II: I. Scott, D. Van Gorden, M. Baumann, B. Schiller, W. Scott.
Row I: M. Brown, R. Turner, l. Stanton, I. Milton, H. Hauge.
Missing: K. Bennett.
F O R E N S I C S
Monday, March 31.
First Reader .,,.., lanice Milton-ttirstl
Second Reader ..., Rachel Eide
Third Reader . , Marguerite Brown-tsecondl
Fourth Reader ..,..... loseph Frantz
l. Scarlett O'Hara and the Yankee . . Anna Mae Ouesnell
2. When the Sun Rises . . . loyce Stanton-tsecondl
3. The Dishonest Streak . . . Lucille Froehlich
4. Too Late . . . . . Keith Bennett-ttirstl
5. Grandmothe-r's Quilt . . Ruth Turner-Qalternatej
6. The Laughter of Lean . . . . lune Bender
Tuesday, April 1.
Fate of Melpomeneus lones .... Agnes Mohr
Stevie's Love . . , . Mariam Lindow
The Heydey ot the Blood . . . lacob Stucki
About Barbers . . . . Clarence Hagedorn
Elmer . . . . Helen Hauge-tsecondl
Innocents Abroad .... Billy Schillerfttirstl
Crosspatch ....,. Norbert Kluhsmann
"Don't Give up the Ship ..... lanet May
God Bless America . . . Marcus Baumann- tfirstl
lt Shall Not Be Again . . . . Walter Scott
The Wave of the Future . . . . Delores Rose
Youth and Peace . , . . lames Scott-tsecondl
First Speaker ..... Dick Van Gorden-Cfirstl
. . Virginia Thoma
Third Speaker . Heron Van Gorden
Fourth Speaker . . Walter Scott-tsecondl
On Wednesday, April 3rd, the Nomad League was held at Augusta, at which time the representa-
tives trom Neillsville High School succeeded in winning the cup. The speakers that placed first were
Marcus Baumann, Marguerite Brown, and loyce Stanton. Ruth Turner and Dick Van Gorden placed
third. These students represented us at the district meet at Eau Claire on April 19th.
Standing: D. Schwein-
ler, E. Irish, L. lenni,
M. Pete on W.
By Eugene Todd
Standing: l. Hauge, R
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Sitting: R. Lipkze, K
Tohn Hampton ,,.. William Schmedel
Patty Hampton , . . Margaret Peterson
Dollivar Dodds . Roger Thomsen
Qld Cap . . .Marvin Hemp
HGiddy" Elkins , Rosalyn Lipkie
Wong . . Dewayne Schweinler
Fan Toy . . Elaine lrish
Tito Vanelli . . . Tames Hauge
Elsa Breckman . Kathryn Kearns
Mrs. Hawkins Lorraine lenni
Director . .... Miss Niland
Stage Managers . . loseph Zilk, Dale Sherman
Business Managers . . lohn Kleckner, Gareth Bollorn
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"You Can't Take It With You"
By Moss Hart and George S. Kaufman
Essie . , ,
Rheba . .
Paul Sycamore .
Mr. De Pinna .
Donald . .
Alice . . .
Tony Kirby .
Boris Kolenkhov .
Mr. Kirby . ,
Mrs. Kirby .
Three Men .
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. Patricia North
. . Don Gress
. Lee Counsell
. Gordon Vine
. ,,Keith Bennett
Mary Ellen Gassen
. Lewis Oelke
. Bill Schiller
. Rachel Eide
. Hilde Bartell
. Martin Nesbitt
Russel Vandeberq, Louis Seif
Peters R. Thomsen.
V: I. Hauge, K. Bennett, L. Counsell, L. Landry, W. Schwellanbach, A. Drescher, D. Sherman, W. Schmedel D Raine R
Row IV: I. Muslil, R. Stelloh, A. Huckstead, I. Haas, I. Peterson, R. Vandeberg, D. Kunze, R. Dwyer, I. Neff, H. Bartell A Lewerenz
Row III- E. Brown B. Dahnert, D. Dubes, M. Peterson, K. Kearns, R. May, D. Milton, V. Thoma, I. Foster, L. Page D Dahnert
Kunze D. Rose.
W. Scott I. Scott, C. Hagedorn, I. Free, S. Peterson.
Ili V. Watenpuhl, M. Erpenbach, I. Kleckner, W. Schiller, I. Stanton, I. Milton, P. Mclntyre, R. Free, P. North R Eide I
I: M. Baumann, I. Stanton, H. Hauge, M. Brown, R. Lipkie, H. Mott, D, Tramm, M. Gassen, M. Russell, I. Casler A Gergen
President, Bill Schiller, Vice-President, Rachel Eide, Secretary and Treasurer, Hilde Bartell, Business Manager, Keith Bennett
ELEVENTH ANNUAL SPRING CONCERT
I. March Adoration ......
2. Finale to the First Symphony in E. Flat Major
3. Concert Theme-WBass Clarinet Solo . .
4. King Cotton . . .
5. Stormy Weather . . .
6. Them Basses . , .
7. Irving Berlin Waltz Medley . . .
Uoyce Stanton and Marguerite Brown
I. Activity March ..,....
2. Norma's Dream . . .
3. Polka Militairerff Cornet Solo .
4. The Project March . . .
. The World ls Waiting for the Sunrise , -
. Liebestraum ....
Comin' Round the Mountain .
ll. Lucy Longe Bassoon Solo .
. Overture Eroica . .
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Row ll: I. Scott, W. Scott, K. Kearns, S. Peterson, L. Landry, R. Eide, M. Brown, L. lenni, I. Kleckner.
Row I: C. Peterson, S. Gault, I. Stanton, R. Lipkie, A. Gergen, M. Peterson, M. Russell.
"Dominoes" is the name which has been given to the dramatic society ot
N.l'l.S. Our most important activity during the year was the Domino Mixer
which was held at Christmas time. A play, entitled "Where the Cross ls Made,"
was given and also several musical numbers were on the program. Alter that
we all enjoyed ourselves dancing until our teet hurt.
Every tall new members are chosen to replace those who graduate. Anyone
at all interested in acting or dramatics would enjoy membership in this club
a great deal.
President . . , . Lee Counsell
Vice-President . . Ioe Frantz
Secretary-Treasurer . . . Bill Schiller
Advisors . . . . Miss Niland, Miss Lea
x Row II: l.. Counsell, M. Baumann, I.. Landry, K. Bennett, A. Lewerenz.
' Row I: I. Stanton, M. Brown, I, Frantz, S. Gault, R. Eide.
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Among the other clubs which are in existence this year is the Literary
Club, better known as Castalia. The aim of this club is to make authors and
authoresses out of the students who abound in this part ot the country.
It seems that a paper which will be made up ot selections composed by
Castalia members is going to be published this springeewe hope!
To gain membership in this club one must write an article or poem of
such excellent quality that it will be recognized and accepted by the older
club members. Then it they think the selection is good enough you will be
accepted into their ranks as a full-fledged Castalian.
President . . . . Marguerite Brown
Vice-President . Ioyce Stanton
Secretary-Treasurer , , . . loe Frantz
Advisors . . . . Miss Lea, Miss Niland
A. Zickert, M. Kubat, I. Huff, I. Musil, E. Lindekugel, I. Short, B. Walrath, A. Letsch, L. Wilding.
IV: M. Erpenbach, E. Brown, M. Hansen, P. Vandeberg, C. Winters, G. Bardeleben, I. Miller, S. Magnuson, Miss Carlson
III: M. Rose, E. Brown, A. Clinton, B. Boon, E. Tramm, I. Potter, E. Irish, D. Imig, D. Prochazka, D. Vine.
ll: L. Weitinq, L. Page, F.. Meihak, M. Ianke, M. Vine, N. Hantke, L. Landry, I. May, N. Lindquist.
l: L. Stiemke, I. Kunze, I. Bender, A. Stranqfelt, E. Marg, V. Shumway, C. Wilson, D. Short.
F. H. A.
The Future I-Iomemakers Association has just completed its second year
of activity. The girls began this year with election and initiation of officers.
At Christmas time the girls redecorated and fixed old toys that were
brought to school. The hard work was climaxed by a Christmas party. From
February lOth through the 14th Courtesy Week was sponsored. At the Valen'
tine party the playlet "Play the Game" was given, which included such stars
as Dorothie Vine and Arthur Drescher. Together with the F.F.A., the F.H.A.
entertained the groups from Greenwood at a basketball game, games, and
lunch in the gym.
In the spring initiation brought our roll call to titty members.
President . . . . . .
I-Iistorian . .
. Nadine Hantke
F. F. A.
The Future Farmers of America is a National Organization of boys study-
ing Vocational Agriculture. This large organization of over 250,000 boys was
founded in November of 1928 in Kansas City, Missouri.
The organization was established to develop agricultural leadership,
create and nurture a love for country life, promote thrift, encourage cooper-
ative efforts, improve scholarship, strengthen the confidence of the farm home
and its surroundings, and provide needed educational and recreational activi-
ties for its members.
The Neillsville Chapter is composed of 60 members.
This year the Stock ludging team won a creditable rating and the Crop
Judging team won a superior rating in competition with over 200 high schools.
The present officers are, President, Russel Vandebergg Vice-President,
Gordon Vine, Secretary, Duane Dahnertg Treasurer, Dale Schultz: Reporter,
V: l. Apfel, D. Gress, P. Krutsch, W. Anderson, C. Schlinkert, R. Hansen, R. Tock, D. Raine, B. Braatz, H. Kuhl, M. Wagner
Schultz, H. Moffatt, G. Short, L. Stanley, D. Hagie, H. Carl, I. Kaudy, F. Subke, R. lacob, M. May, I. Raine.
Dahnert, H. Zank, E. Kroll, l. Hiles, L. Lautenbach, R. Vandeberg, H. Murphy, W. Tock, H. Mott, I. Zdun, A. Drescher.
Buddinger, R. Swallow, E. Sly, W. Boyer, K. Short, H. Rodman, l. Lemond, C. Florence, E. Dux, L. Dux, H. Harder.
Bohnsaclc, C. Meier, R. Shaw, L. Pawn, O. Mills, l. Reinart, D. Stanley, D. Freedland, E. Magnuson, F. Geisler, R. Todd
. Schaub, A. Opelt, R. Opelt.
Seif, M. Nesbit, D. Sternitzky, l. Christie, A. Thoma, L. Brotherton, A. Eberhardt, G. Vine, E. Cram, R. lacob.
W. Scott, M. Baumann, R. Thomsen, L. Counsel. L. Landry, K. Bennett, L. Oelke, R. Eide, D. Milton, K. Kearns E Meihak
zl. Scott, B. Walrath, M. Hansen, M. Russell, M. Gassen, A. Huckstead, l. Stanton, V. Watenpuhl, I. Trogner L lenni
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1 G. BilTcTrT,nL. Froehlich, M. Rose, L. Zank, D. Rose, A. Gergen, M. Stucki, T. Miltcn, R. Lipke.
1 l. Kunze, D. lmig, L. Page, G. Hagie, C. Kalsow, D. Prochazka, D. Van Gorden.
The Pep Club is made up ot students who wish to participate in some way
in the football and basketball games. The purpose of the club is to cheer the
players and let them know that everyone is rooting for their team. Each mem-
ber is recognized by an emblem which reads, "Neillsville H. S. Pep."
Gn the afternoon of every game there is a pep meeting in the assembly.
lt consists of cheers given by the cheerleaders in which the whole student
body participates. There are skits such as song titles sung in such a way as to
form stories of stome students. The German band plays a few numbers and
there are also Hpep talks" given by the students, faculty, and coaches. Every-
one enjoys these meetings and in this way we let our team know that we are
all tor them.
MEMBERS OUT OF SCHOOL
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Row HI: S. Peterson, E. Brown, I. Short, A. Clinton, I. Musll,
Row II: L M1116-r, M. Iepson, E. Kren, E. Tramm, I. Asplin, L.
Row I: B. Kuhl, C. Wilson, E. Dahnert, L. We-ltlnq, B. Boon,
Buckstelner, L. Seetow, M. Ianke, G. Bardeleben.
I. Potter, D. Tramrn.
V: Miss Carlson, N. Hantke, A. Huckstead, L. Landry, R. Stelloh, S. Peterson, I. Stanton.
IV. G. Kalsow, L. Ott, M. Iake, M. West, E. Tresemer, I. Potter, L. Ienni, D. Milton, K. Kearns, M. Peterson.
Ill. M. Stucki, H. Hauqe, I. Milton, C. Schmidt, V. Kingswan, G. Mortenson, M. Vine, M. Iepson, R. Lipkie, E. Irish, D. Vine
II. B. Waterhouse, M. Erpenbach, M. Rose, M. Wasserburger, D. Rose, I. Kunze, A. Gergen, E. Gillard.
I' A. Madsen, I. Short, I. Free, M. Ianke, C. Martins, D. Imig, D. Prochazka.
G. A. A.
The Girls' Athletic Association is an organization composed ot girls who
are interested in the various sports . . . basketball, volleyball, archery, hiking,
etc. In the fall twenty-two girls were initiated. The girls aim to improve their
skills through the weekly practice which is held after school. There has been
a record attendance at these practice periods.
When a member has participated in any sport for an hour she is awarded
two points. Upon accumulating three hundred points she will receive an
emblem and for eight hundred points a school letter.
At present the club has thirty-tive members who have sponsored candy
sales in order to pay tor its page in the annual.
President . . . . . . Marcia Ianke
Vice-President . . Iune Free
Secretary-Treasurer . . Ieannette Short
Recording Secretary . . Charlotte Martins
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THE 1940 FOOTBALL TEAM
Graduattng players lnclude
Captam Donald Don Gress who was always
holdlng down hrs end ot the hne
lames hm Rowe a sturdy haltback who was
seen 1n the thlckest ot the flght
Gordon Gordy Vlne an end who was a good
pass recelver and always under the punts
Lou1s Louxe Serf whose help as guard w1ll be
Herman Carl another who was really trghtmg
Dale Schultz w1ll be greatly mlssed IH there
lohn Kaudy If only he had another year
W1lbur Anderson a sturdy and strong senlor whom
we w1ll miss
Returnmg players 1nclude
l-lllmer Bud Dudel played a hard conslstent
game at erther tackle or haltback He w1ll
show h1s opponents some good playlng next
Darw1n Dar Graves a small but powerful guar
terback who proved h1s worth rn the Medford
Paul Krutsch played a very good defenslve game
Donald Don Kunze speedy guard who showed
the true worth ot h1s ab1l1ty 1n all the games he
Walter Dooner Qelke a tlery tackle who
stopped many a play and made the opponent
s1t up and take notrce
Mllton Mllt Schoenteld a fast and shxtty halt
back and a good punter and passer Show
them next year'
Wallace Wally Schwallenback the burly full
back whose puntrng and passlng plunged h1S
way through a wondertul season
Glenn Short played a very good game at guard
even tt he drd recewe a broken leg
Leo Ltppy Nev1lle a lanky end who w1ll see
lots ot actron next season
Heron Fat Van Gorden a blg powerful and
scrappy tackle We w1ll see h1m agarn next
lack Haas speedy and aggresslve ln h1s posrtlon
Robert Bob I-Iorswrll a small but scrappy quar
terback who w1ll show h1s stutt next year
Maurlce Cowboy May a hefty fullback who
drdnt see much act1on but IS sure to next
Fred FTILZ Subke has lots ot dr1ve and zrp and
hopes to be a regular next year
Drck Lowe hopes to carry on the Lowe trad1t1on
LeRoy Lautenbach he plays end wtth great
Frank Gerssler a good llttle husky grldder at
Don Flash Cummmgs a good and aggressrve
lxttle player who IS sure to do well next season
Myron Payne a good lrttle trghter who w1ll be
back next season
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Row T: P. O:-el' H. Murphy, L. Penn E. Magnuson.
F. F. A. BASKETBALL SCHEDULE
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1940 41 BASKETBALL SEASGN
Wtth s1x of thls year s f1rst mne returnmg a brlght season IS pred1 ted for next
year The team w1ll lose forwards Vme and Schxller and Self a guard
GORDQN VINE Gordy the spark plug for the 1940 41 team It was h1s play
under both baskets and ever present fleld goals that kept the Crtmson and Wh1te
always 1n the game even agalnst the toughest opposttlon
JOE SCI-IILLER Vme s understudy Ioe was an ever ready substttute always
w1ll1ng to glve h1s b1t for Ne1llsv1lle I-I1gh Ioe dxd not try out for the team untll hts Junlor
year and showed up well 1n those two years
came tnto hts own durtng h1s last year Opponents found 1t hard to get around the
DARWIN GRAVES a tumor and an aggresswe forward Although he dld not
score as many pomts as Vxne Darwm was an xmportant key m Ne1llsv1lles shlfttng
offense help1ng to work the ball mto scorlng pos1t1on
WALTER OELKE as another yuntor Dunor was a great help 1n Netllsvtlles
scorlng punch he also got h1s share off the backboards
MILTQN SCHQENFELD Mlnnow a Juntor who showed us that plenty can be ex
pected of h1m next season I-Ie teamed well wlth Self 1n workmg the ball up floor mto
scorxng posltlon As captatn of thxs year s team he proved hlmselt a very capable fteld
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Row Ill: G. Eggleston, coacn, l. Casler, R. Grawin, F. Subke, A. Harding, A. Anderson, v. Anderson, ass't
Row ll: F. Geisler, manager, B. Horswill, L. Neville, l. Christie, W. Schwellenbach, B. Ewers, D. Kunze.
Row I: l. Schiller, L. Sief, lvf. Schoenfeld, G. Vine, W. Oelke, H. Dudei, D. Graves.
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Neillsville .... . . . 7 Thorp. .,.. . . . .
Neillsville .... ,.... 2 O Augusta. ....... . . . .
Neillsville .... ..,.. l O Owen ............ ....
Neillsville .... ...,. 2 l Black River Falls .,.. ....
Neillsville .... ..... l 9 Granton. ....... . . . .
Neillsville ..,.. 24 Greenwood. .,.. . . . .
Neillsville .... ..... 2 l Eau Claire. . ..,... . . . .
Neillsville ..., .,... 2 5 Chippewa Falls ,... . . . . .
Neillsville ...,, l8 Owen. . .......... . . . .
Neillsville ..... l9 Augusta. ........, . . . .
Neillsville ..... 20 Black River Falls .... ....
Neillsville ..,.. l8 Granton. ......,.. . . . .
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Stanley ,,.. .....,,............
HILMER DUDElY"Bud," a sophomore who played a bang-up game when called
upon to substitute for a regular. Several times his long shots from the center of the
floor heartened the team at black moments.
BOB l-lORSWlLLAas the fourth link in the Neillsville-Black River Falls "Horswill
chain," Bob indicated during his freshman year that he would continue to keep his
family name in the limelight. Great things are expected from Bobby in his next three
years at N. H. S.
DONALD KUNZE+"Don," a junior and a great help when sickness prevented
some of the regulars from playing. We'll probably see more action from him next year.
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We the brrlhant senlor class ot l94l of the Ne1llsv1lle l-hgh School ot Ne1llsv1lle
Clark County WISCONSIN do hereby make and publ1sh and declare th1s to be our
last w1ll and testament
We g1ve and bequeath to the 1un1or class our d1gn1ty of deportment both rn the
assembly and the classroom
To the underclassmen we grve our love of and capac1ty tor 1nformat1on and
Wllbur Anderson h1s ha1r to Mr Eggleston
Bobby Braatz h1s V 8 to Mllton Schoenteld
Evelyn Wllsman her pleasant d1spos1t1on to Roland Kluhsman
Herman Carl h1s sleeplness to Gladys Mortenson
Lenore Landry her stately helght to Florence I-lemtz
V1rg1n1a Iverson her techmque to Delores Mllton
LSWIS Oelke-h1s well dressed manner and d1gn1ty ln the assembly to Don Paulson
Lorrame Buchste1ner her love ot danc1ng to Patrrck Mclntyre
Mary Ellen Gassen her gum chewmg hab1t to Katherme Kearns
Clarence Schhnkert h1s helght to Adolph Schaub
Don Gress h1S conduct polnts to lames Scott
Lee Counsell h1s muslcal ab1l1ty to l-hldegarde Schuman
Nadlne Hantke her blonde ha1r to Ela1ne lrlsh
Shlrley Gault her love of argulng to Don Kunze
Ruth May her good behav1or rn the assembly to her l1ttle sxster
Duane Dahnert and Dale Schultz thelr agrlcultural ab1l1ty to the Freshman ag class
loe Schlller h1s cute ha1rcut to B1ll Schmedel
Pat North her art1st1c ab1l1ty to Clarence Hagedorn
Eunlce Kneps her a1rplane p1lot to the hrst cla1mant CDon t rush gxrlsll
Ela1ne Dahnert her typlng ab1l1ty to next year s typrsts
Gordon Vlne-h1s basketball ab1l1ty to H1lmer Dude1
Bernadme Peterson and Bern1ta Wasseberg thelr tardxness to the next year s U S
lames Rowe h1s aggress1veness to Darrell Rame
lohn Kaudy h1s mterest rn the Jumor class to the t1rst cla1mant
loe Frantz h1s becommg blushes to Mrss Lea
Pearl Vandeberg her home econom1c 1nst1ncts to Anna Mae Quesnell
Marte Kubat her love of Engl1sh to Darw1n Graves
ArnolclkLewerenz the hours he spends gettlng 1n good wxth the teachers to Dooner
Betty Kuhl her cheertulness to lohn Aptel
Florence W1nter her ha1r to Dlck Van Gorden
Marcus Baumann h1s orator1cal ab1l1ty to next year s speech class
Robert Hanson h1s soph1st1cat1on to Lloyd Brotherton
loyce Stanton her poetry to Lorrame lenm
Velma Bardeleben her extra currlcular act1v1t1es to Walter Scott
Dorxs Dubes her wmmng ways to Irene Cole
Luc1lle F roellch her brown eyes to Mr Anderson
Kelth Bennett h1s drawl to lune Free
Russell Vandeberg h1s ab1l1ty on the bass drum to lacob Stuckx
Llla Seelow her wavy ha1r to lack Foster
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Ruby Rodman her sk1ll IH keepmg her conduct pomts to Betty Dahnert
Doreen Short her black ha1r to MISS Carlson
lohn Peterson h1s mathemat1cal ab1l1ty to Mr Conlee s geometry class
Bonme Elmendorf her guxtar play1ng to Bob Peters
Rachel Elde her h1gh scholast1c ach1evements to Art Drescher
Mary Rose-her slow walk to lane Neff
leanette Beulow her shyness to lack Haas
Evelyn Kalsow her shortness to Dale Sherman
Gordon Frantz hrs green and wh1te sweater to Mr Conlee
Warren Korth h1s rehabrhty to Leo Nevllle
Gladys M1lton her sm1l1ng personahty to Herman Radue
Margaret lepson her skatmg ab1l1ty to Henry Naedler
Lawrence Stanley h1s unassurmng drsposrtlon to Mtss Boehrer
Bobby Free hrs dark curly halr to Carol Peterson
Marcma Russell her ab1l1ty on the cornet to Arlene Gergen
Vada Kutche her ab1l1t1es 1n commurxcatxon to Luc1lle Wxldmg
Norma L1ndgu1st her walk to Agnes Clmton
Martm Nesbrtt hrs last seat ln the row to a worthy 1un1or
Hxlda Bartell her secretar1al ab1l1ty to next year s offrce prachce class
Louls Serf who would llke a car?
Marguerlte Brown her slnglng to the glee clubs
B111 Schlller h1s vo1ce to Robert Mortenson
Harold Moffat h1s agrrcultural prowess to Roger Thomsen
Dear Mr Palmohve M1ss Carlson Lee are you eatlng
I bought a tube of your shavmg Candy Of Chewmq gum?
Cream It SGYS N0 YTIUQ Fequlfed Lee Counsell Ne1ther Im SOGRIDQ
what Shall 1 Shave? a prune to eat after school
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We are 1n one of New York s many great s1ghtsee1ng busses Why that s Wilbur
Anderson dr1v1ng Well after four years of dr1v1ng a carload of students to school he
should be able to handle a mere busload of people And the guide is none other than
lohn Kaudy Well we re off Holy Smokes' There is Mark Baumann bawling out Warren
Korth for not selling enough papers Always the manager hey Marcus? At this moment
we see an airplane smoke wr1t1ng in the sky and we know It must be that daredevil
Eunice Knops who works for Louie because the wr1t1ng says Buy your tractors from
Se1f and Co and you ll plow and how Passing the Ritz Carlton we see the eminent
mystery story writer loe Frantz chatting with his newspaper reporter friend Keith
Bennett loe s brother Gordon has to act as his bodyguard loe s mystery storles are
getting so spooky it scares him to write them Passing the Metropolitan Art Museum we
not1ce that Patr1c1a North and Lenore Landry are giving an art exhlbition Well well
if there aren t Doris Dubes and H1lde Bartell going into that big office bullding By the
looks of the pads they are carrying they must be tconfidentiall secretaries We notice
that Gordy Vine and Don Gress are booked at Madison Sguare with the Ranger Hockey
team And now we re passing Carnegie Hall What are those strains we hear? Oh yes'
Lee Counsell IS preparing for his world debut tonight HIS manager Lewis Oelke IS
stand1ng on the corner trying to sell a few tickets Iohn Peterson the mathematician
buy a ticket
ln the suburbs among the beaut1ful country homes we find Russell Vandeberg s
model dairy farm with Bob Braatz and lim Rowe playing nursema1d to the cowbelles
They have often been known to take advice from the prominent professor of agriculture
Lawrence Stanley There IS the Nesbitt Moffat Carpenter Shop lt seems that Mart1n
started up a tractor he was fixing in the shop and It went out the rear wall There s
Harold bawl1ng him out now
We leave the bus and step into a cab dr1ven by Clarence Schllnkert another
student hauler and go to the famous Ritz Wassaberger Cafe owned by Bern1ta We hear
that she has hired Pearl Vandeberg as cook After we have given our order to the
waitresses Ruth May and Doreen Short we pause to look about We notice that Toe
Schiller IS giving a dinner party And who IS the blonde with him? Having eaten we
drive directly to the Metropolitan Opera Orthello is being Q1VS'1 and Arnie Lewerenz
the tenor IS supposed to choke Rachel Eide He s doing a very good lob of it too' I 1ust
hope Arnie doesnt bear any grudges against her loyce as another character in the
opera IS trying to stop Arme but 1sn t doing much good Seated in the Golden Horse
shoe we see Marcia Russell and Marguerite Brown who have iust returned from
After the opera comes the Club Moracco where Billy Schiller s live Five are
playing Mary Ellen Gassen is paying sax and Bob Free is play1ng the drums BOHDIG
Elmendorf IS the featured vocalist Also showing IS Bill s floor show containing such
beauties as Virginia Iverson Lila Seelow Margaret lepson Gladys it-lappyl Milton
Elame Dahnert and Lorraine Buchsteiner
But as to all good thlngs so there must come an end to our evening and we must
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Football practlce 1n full swlng Mr Eggleston has a hard t1me putt1ng h1s
hrstory class together Lot of left overs th1s year
Gordon Hag1e IS deep 1n the dreams of the book Gone W1th the W1nd
Mr Eggleston IS lust gett1ng h1s class orgamzed
Les Mapes IS back Here 1t IS the second week of school
Mr Kelly has the steam on today lt s rather cool thrs morn1ng
Drd you see those new cheerleaders7 The conduct chart IS put on the ma1n
desk Thls surely makes thmgs look Off1Cldl
Someone lost a hank1e wlth Sl 30 ln 1t Be good and br1ng 1t back Pep club
meet1ng B1ll Schrller chr1stened the conduct chart
Mxss Brandon sald someth1ng about today be1ng Fr1day the l3th
Booster t1ckets for the Owen game are be1ng sold Be a booster'
Pep meetxng for the game at Ch1ppewa that ll be played on Saturday F1rst
assembly program today
Lost the f1rst football game to Ch1ppewa 12 to 8
Pep Club Booster Dance ln the gym
Hurray no chem1stry today on account of the game Lost 26 to O Cheer
leaders have thelr new outfxts
Another summer day Thmgs are pretty qulet MUSIC teacher needs more
new members for her glee club
Snakes 1n the assembly Iewett to the rescue
The Dommoes put on a program to ga1n new members Pretty corny'
SGHIOTS pxck out the1r class folders Tryouts for the 1un1or class play
Play pract1ce starts today
Pep meetmg for the game at Mosmee Lost 46 to 13 Too bad
IO and ll Teachers convent1on at Eau Claire The band also went to Eau Cla1re
Everybody IS talkmg about the bulls sold last Saturday Made the country
boys feel pretty 1mportant Well who wouldn t'9 Frrst t1me I saw them sell
bull most people g1ve 1t away Get 1t7
Nat1onal Guards are camp1ng m the Armory Easy now g1rls there are
enough un1forms for all
Assembly program about hobbxes not horses Mr Eggleston has a Sllff neck
Nat1onal Guards leave for camp School s out from lO 30 t1ll l
Football Stanley vs Ne1llsv1lle Lost 42 to O
Latest reports Glen Short has a cracked bone 1n h1s leg from the Stanley
game Also Mr Conlees fr1end Wendell W1llk1e went through town th1s
morn1ng at 8 lO Anyone up beS1deS Conlee7
Assembly program on Deep sea D1v1ng What s the matter Dolly? Floor
In geometry today Mr Conlee was talk1ng when the bell rang w1th a llltle
lerk 1n 1t He asked 1f that was two bells or whether her flnger sl1pped Foot
ball game today w1th Medford Won 14 to O Thats the sp1r1t'
Exams start today Scout masquerade tomght
Hurray' Today s Halloween
Why are all the boys gomg to the Off1C97 Some don t even stop there They
go on to the pohce court Some luck' Ioyce and Eggleston seem to be hav1ng
some trouble over the removal of G C E s front steps Don t act so 1nnocent
The German band was pa1d and so was Mr Eggleston Iust a few old debts
Elect1on of semor and 1ul11or class offlcers Harvey Mott s prom k1ng lhlS year
B1tter d1sappo1ntment as Roosevelt IS 1n for another four years Plenty mad
Pep meetmg and candy sale today Les Mapes left for the West never to
return and play ball wxth the boys agam So long Les
Arm1st1ce Day but no program F1rst snowfall of the season and what a storm
The cold weather IS gettmg some already A number absent today
By the announcement on the front board we see that we dont have school
the 22nd and 21st or 21st and 22nd
Assembly program today Congratulatxons Mr lewett It s a g1rl Bette
luck next t1me
All new G A A members are be1ng 1n1t1ated Mr Iewett offered M1ss Boehrer
a c1gar but she refused Why7
lumor Class Play Dumb Dollxvar Good work underclassmen
School IS out for Thanksglvlng vacat1on Don t eat too much
Mr Eggleston s flfth per1od h1story class sang Cal1forn1a Here I Come
Where are they QOIHQE
The Republrcans Thanksg1v1ng day Tumor play cast party Mlss Nxland took
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Neillsville vs. Thorp there. Lost 21 to 7.
Dominoe play cast went to Eau Claire for a little competition. Eau Claire
won but we got second.
Band concert for the benefit of the hospital. Bennett, what was the yoke
during the last chorus number? Drew names for the Domino Mixer.
Neillsville and Augusta tussle. Lost to Augusta in two overtime periods. Boy,
that was a heart-breaker.
11-Senior play practice starts.
13-Friday, the 13th again. Owen challenged Neillsville and won by thirteen
points. Score: 10 to 23.
16-Big snow today.
17-More snow. Domino Mixer. Say, did you hear the story about the man who
went to sleep chewing his finger nails? lf you didn't you're the only one.
18-Seniors took a test today. Now we'll see who's the smartest.
19-Black River and Neillsville battle it out. Guess who lost.
20-Oh goody. School is out for Christmas vacation.
25-Christmas. Seems as though it comes about the same time every year.
6-Back in school again to rest up. Listenecl to the president's speech in history
class. Swiss singers gave us another assembly program.
7-Granton and Neillsville feifd at Neillsville. WON our first game of this season
19 to 17. Are we happy? And howl
9-High school's "B" team was beaten by the lunior High team. Eggleston
played with them though.
10-The band likes it nice and brisk tor practicing in the early morning. Will the
drummers please turn the radiators on just a little next time?
13-Who's the gal with the big bow? Nine weeks' exams start today.
14-Beat Greenwood at Greenwood 24 to 19.
15-Refreshments were served in geometry class. fAsk Rachel and loyce how they
were. They ought to know. Boy, are those Medicated Throat discs goodll
16-Annuals are being sold in the gym. Mr. Eggleston put up a clipping for those
who can't read.
18-Saturday today. Game at Eau Claire. Lost 37 to 22.
20-Matinee at the theatre for high school. "Knute Rockne, All-American."
Play practice isn't any fun any more. The books don't fall out of the desks
since Boehrer told the students to clean out their desks.
and 23-Semester exams. Lots of school for some of us.
-Start of new semester. Only eighteen more weeks till we graduate. That is
some of us.
27-Conduct chart starts right out from here. Better behave.
28-Owen comes over for a game. We lost.
29-Pictures for the annual taken this afternoon and a beautiful day to be some
place other than school.
30-Thermostat set way up. Big scandal for the Senior class play cast. ls Art
Flynn burned up. Aren't we all?
31-Amateur program. Play something, Arnold and Lee. Report cards handed
4-Game at Augusta. Pep meeting. Bennett surely has a great opera voice. l'le'd
better look out or he'll get picked up by the Metropolitan. P. S. We lost in
another overtime 24 to 19.
-Russell Vandeberg fell asleep in U. S. history today. What's the matter,
6-Today Gladys Milton did it.
7-Mr. Becker is asking the students either to 'call him by name or call him
names. Band went over to the Black River game. Lost 36 to 20. Becker also
says, "Never get tight!" ttensel
10-Courtesy Week. Remember your manners, boys.
l 1-Glee club went to Eau Claire for a practice meet.
12-More courtesy reminders.
14-Valentine's Day. Mr. Eggleston got a valentine. So did Miss Boehrer. ls she
burned upl Better not sign your name next time, lack. tFosterl
17-Big cold spell. Surely a lot of kids missing today.
18-Basketball game at Granton. Lost by ONE point 18 to 19.
19-Goiter pills are to be given out. Doctor's orders. Only one to a customer.
20-Miss Goeres isn't here today, so no glee club. Game tonight. Mr. lewett
wasn't on deck to sell tickets and so Mr. Conlee asked Art Flynn to help
him. tBoy, is this good.J Mr. Conlee thought he would be wise and so he
had Mr. Flynn collect tickets in the cold while he sold them in the heated
booth. Funny part of it is that the heater was broken and so both of them
froze. Beat Greenwood by a score of 33 to 18.
21-F.H.A. Dance at the Moose Hall. Bob Peters won the dancing contest by
waltzing with Arlene Gergen.
-In the midst of the hustle and bustle of the senior play preparation Miss
Boehrer had a gentleman visitor, the inspector. When he left he politely
remarked that he was glad he had met her. Of course, Miss Boehrer promptly
added that she was glad he had too. What's the class play doing to you,
-Senior class presents "YOU CAN'T TAKE lT WITH YOU."
-Surely takes that senior class plenty of time to clean up!
-Who's wearing that perfume today?
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Forenstc prel1m1nar1es start Plenty of talk about learn1ng a declamat1on for
the contest Beaunful snowstorm today
Semors pract1ced for the class basketball tourney
More forens1c Contests They last all 'week 1 wonder 1f Mr Anderson was
snowballed by some of hlS star athletes? Some one lost a conduct po1nt for
Stevens Pomt Teachers College gave a concert Mr Becker d1rected two
of the select1ons Saw a few of our last year s graduates
New Off1Ce glrl learnxng the trade Where are you QOIDQ lone? Gee we re
go1ng to m1ss you
Mr Peters talked today Fellow gave a safety talk at 3 OO Plenty of magxc too
Close of the class basketball tourney as the Jumors play the SSHIOTS for the
champ1onsh1p B111 Schmedel won the walt 1ng contest over at the Roller
R1nk ls he good'
Happy b1rthday for Mxss Carlson ls that ever a pretty corsage'
Don Paulson spent h1s free per1ods f1gur1ng out that there are 46 days 368
per1ods 532 hours 13 920 m1nutes and 835 200 seconds of chool left
How d he dc 1t7
and 19 Exams and more exams
Assembly program About the G men today
A perfect example of a beaut1ful spr1ng day today
Ag judgxng contest today All the rural grade students are shown how 1t IS
to be ln h1gh school Hope they learn to l1ke 1t
More gra1n 1udgers today
Band concert Good mus1c and lots of 1t
Planned mag1cal program but the mag1c1an d1sappeared Got out of school
an hour ear11er today
Forens1c contest at Eau Cla1re
Forens1c contest at Ne1llsv1lle
Apr1l Fool s Day Local forens1c contests end ton1ght MISS N1land fooled the
ent1re Lat1n 11 class Wllh an Apr1l fool test D1dnt see so many fools 1n one
place before 1n my l1fe
Day after Apr1l Fool s Day No more trlcks today but plenty of fool anyway
Donme Paulson f1gured out for us how many days of school left ACCOTd1Hq
to h1m there are 7 4X5 weeks 39 days 312 per1ods 214' hours 2970
m1nutes and 178 000 seconds left
Nomad Forens1c league contest at Augusta today Conlee played hero today
Exterm1nated a rat and 1 mean a real one You know the k1nd that fr1ghten
lVl1X9d chorus presents the Mess1ah for the publ1c FIPS' t1me th1s has been
done here Hope the future choruses Wlll do the same
Easter V3Cdl1On begms
Easter vacat1on ends Sophomore lvhxer
Noth1ng much happened today D1d overhear a freshman tallung to a sopho
Freshman How long can you l1ve w1thout bra1ns2
Sophomore 1 don t know How old are you?
Those freshmen w1ll never learn'
Grade school operetta
A l1ttle poem for loe Z1lk
Lat1n dear Latln come 1nto my m1nd
For 1n class I recall thee no more
MISS N1land w1ll scold me and make me to stay
Long hours to study 1nstead of to play
Speaker from Lawrence today at 1 00
Teachers party Say what do they need part1es for anyway7 They re grown
up aren t they or aren t they?
Dr Mayer from Marquette to speak at 3 00 today
At last' Yes now we know why B111 Scluller IS havmg o much trouble
Mr Conlee IS my teacher
1 w1ll not pass
He maketh me hard propos1t1ons to eliplalll and exposeth my 1gnorance
to the class
He restoreth my sorrows
He causeth me to draw parallelograms for my class s sake
Yea though I study t1ll m1dn1ght I shall ga1n no knowledge for Ol'lQll1Gl
He rendereth me a scold1ng 1n the presence of my class
l recelveth a terrlble mark
Surely sorrow and sadness shall follow all the days of my course
And 1 shall rema1n IU my geometry cla s forever
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