New Glarus High School - Glarian Yearbook (New Glarus, WI)
- Class of 1956
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EDWARD PAUL GROSSENBACHER
We dedlcate th1s Annual to Eddle who had many
worthy ambmons whxch he d1d not lxve long enough to achleve
H1s spun and qulet fnendlmess have made an unforget
table xmpressxon on us all
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Ed'tors, Ruth Legler, Helen
ROW ONE: Editor, Kathleen Fjelstadg Co- 1
Managers, Bob Webberg Dave Zweifel.
ROW TWO: Business Manager, Dave Hefty: Co-Business
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"Romeo minus loot."
"Work fascinates him, he can sit and look at it for
Baseball l,2,3.4g Basketball l,2,3,4g Football 1,2,
3,4g Volleyball 2,3,4g Senior Class Play 4g Boys'Cho-
rus 2,3,4g Mixed Chorus 2,3,4p Annual Staff 4g Old
Guard 35 Student Council 3,4g Student Council Presi-
dent 4g Class Treasurer l.
Senior Class Play 4g Boys' Chorus l,2,3g Mixed Chorus
l,2,3gAr1nua1Staff 4gF.F.A. 1,2,3,4gF,F,A, Speak-
ing Contest 2,3g Mid -Winter Court 4.
'YA little shiny sunbeam, never makes much noise."
Senior Class Play 4g Girls' Chorus 1 , 2, 3,4gMixed Cfho-
rus 2,3,4g Annual Staff 4g Old Guard 1,35 AF.l-l.A. lg
ARDI S DA VERN
"She wears a smile that won't come off. "
Forensics l,2.3,4gSenic1Class Play 4g Band l,2,3,4g
Pep Band l,2,3,4gGir1s' Chorus 1,2,3g Mixed Chorus
1,2,3g Annual Staff 4g Old Guard 1,2,4g F.H.A. 1.2,
3,4g Dance Band lg German Band 43 Librarian 4.
ROSA LIE DISCH
"She hath a tongue with a tang."
Senior Class Play 49 Girls' Chorus 1,3,4g Mixed Chorus
3,4g Annual Staff 4g Old Guard 4g F.H.A. 1.
so does she."
Senior Class Play 4g Girls' Chorus 4g Mixed Chorus 4
Annual Staff 4g Librarian 3.
"A friend to brighten up the way , Not too solemn, not
too gay. "
Senior Class Play 45 Band 2,3,4g Pep Band 2,3,4g Girls'
Chorus 1,2,3g Mixed Chorus 2,3g Annual Staff 4g Old
Guard 1 ,2, 3,4gF.H.A . 1,2,3g F.H.A . Parliamentarian
"All work and no fun is no life for her."
Senior Class Play 4g Band 1,2,3g PepBand 1,2,3gGir1s'
Chorus 35 Mixed Chorus 3g Assistant Editor of Annual
3, Editor 4g Old Guard 1,2,3,4g BadgerGir1s'State 3g
Student Council 3,4g Class President 3g Class Secretary
lg Class Treasurer 2g Junior Prom Court 3gMid-Winter
Ball Queen 4.
"Some think the world was made for fun and frolic--
"The time is dull, but he shall sharpen it, "
Baseball l,'2,3,4g Football l,2,3,4g Volleyball lg
Athletic Manager 1,2,3,4g Senior Class Play 4, Band
l,2,3,4g Pep Band 1,23 Boys' Chorus 2,3,4g Mixed
Chorus 2,3,4g Annual Staff 3,45 F,F,A, 1,25 Student
Council 2,3,4g Homecoming King 43 Junior Prom
Court 3, Mid-Winter Court 4, Class President 2,35
Boys' Chorus President 35 Band President 3, Student
Council Treasurer 3,
"He argues with no man's opinion, he has some of his
Baseball l,2,3,4g Basketball 1,2,3,4g Football l,2,
3,45 Volleyball l,2,3,4gSenior Class Play 4g Band 1,
2g Boys' Chorus 2,3,4g Mixed Chorus 2,3,4g Annual
Staff 4g Mid-Winter Ball King 45 Badger Boys' State 3,
Student Council l,4g Class Vice -President 3.
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JANICE FUN SETI-I
"She always gets the better when she argues with her
Senior Class Play 4gGirls'Chorus l,2 3 4 Mixed Cho
rus 2,3,4g Annual Staff 4g Old Guard l 2 4 Cheer
leader 2g F.H.A. l,2,3gStudentCounc1l 2 4 Home
coming Queen 4g Homecoming Court 1 Prom Court
35 Mid-Winter Court 4.
"She's always ready and willing for a good time
Forensics 33 Senior Class Play 4gBand2 3 4 Pep Band
2,3,4g Girls' Chorus l,2,3g Mixed Chorus? 3 Annual
Staff 45 Old Guard l,2,3,4g F.H.A l 2 4 Student
Council 3g F.H.A. President.-4, Class Secretary 4
LORRAINE JOHN SON
"Beware! She might yet do something sensational."
Forensics l,2,3,4g Senior Class Play 45 Girls' Chorus
l,2,3,45 Mixed Chorus 2,3,45 Annual Staff 45 Old
Guard l,2,3,4g F.l-I.A. l,2,35 Student Council 25
Junior Prorn Court 35 Mid-Winter Court 4.
"Worry little, study less, that's hisidea of happiness. "
Baseball l,2, 3,45 Basketball 1 , 2 , 3, 45 Football 45 Vol-
leyball 3,45 Senior Class Play 45 Boys'Chorus 45 Mixed
Chorus 45 Annual Staff 45 Student Council 1,25 Mid-
Winter Court 45 Boys' Chorus President 45 Class Presi-
"He believes in work, but he's not in favor of it."
Football 45 Athletic Manager 45 Senior Class Play 45
Boys' Chorus 2, 3, 45 Mixed Chorus 2, 3, 45 Annual Staff
45 F.F.A. l,2,3,45 Prom King 35 Mid-Winter Court
"Her voice is ever soft, gentle, and low."
Senior Class Play 45 Girls' Chorus 1 , 2,3,45MiXed Cho-
rus 2,3,45 Annual Staff 45 Old Guard 1,2,3,45 Class
45 F.F.A. Treasurer 3,
"Like the wise old bird, often seen but not heard.'
Baseball l,2,4g Basketball 1,2,3,4g Football 1,2,3
4g Volleyball 1 ,2, 3,4g Senior Class Play 4, Boys' Cho-
rus 2,35 Mixed Chorus 2,35 Annual Staff 43 F.F.A. 1
2,3,4g Junior Prom Court 3, Homecoming Court 4
F.F.A. Secretary 3g F.F.A, Treasurer 4.
"Thinking is the hardest work there is. "
Baseball 1,2,3,4g Football l,3,4g Volleyball l,2,3,
4, Senior Class Play 4g Annual Staff 4g F.F,A. 1,2
"Chase him girls, he's full of fun."
Baseball 1,2,3,4g Basketball 1,2,3,4g Football 1,2,
3,4p Volleyball 2,3,4g senior ClassVPlay4gBand 334:
Boys' Choru! 2,3,4g Mixed Chorus 2, 3,4g Annual Staff
4g Old Guard 3,4g Junior Prom Court 3, Mid-Winter
Court 45 Homecoming Court 45 Class Vice -President
ID NA LD S ENN
"Women disturb him not."
Baseball 2,3,4g Basketball 2,3g Senior Class Play 4g
Boys' Chorus 3, Mixed Chorus 3g Annual Staff 4g F.F.
"Ml that he's learned he 's forgotten. "
voueybau l,2,3g Annual Staff 4, F.F.A. 1,2,3,4g
Junior Prom Court 3.
"Her friends are many, her foes--are there any."
Forensics 1,2,3,4g Senior Class Play 4gBand 1,2,3,4g
Chorus Librarian lgGirls' Chorus l,2, 3,4gMixed Cho-
rus 2,3,4g Annual Staff 45 Old Guard 1,2, Assistant
Editor 3, Editor 4g Cheerleader 3,4g Prom Queen 3g
Homecoming Court 2, Mid-Winter Court 4g F.H,A,
l,2,3,4g Delegate to Green Lake 2g F.H.A. Song
Leader 4, Student Council 2g Class Secretary 3.
"Full of fun and mischief too, likes doing things she
Senior Class Play 45 Band 1,2,3,4g Girls' Chorus 1.2,
3,4g Mixed Chorus 2,3,4g Annual Staff 4g Old Guard
1,2,3,4g Cheerleader 1,2,3,4g F.H.A. 1, 2, 3, 4:
Drama Club President 4g Class Vice-President 1gClaSS
Treasurer 4g Junior Prom Court 3g Mid -Winter Court
4g Homecoming Court 4.
We the class of 1956 who hall from New Glarus state of WISCOHSID U S A bemg of legal
age sound mmd and memory do make pubhsh and declare thls our last wrll and testament
Doran Blum I w1l1 my ab111ty to slr 1nthe front row to Don Hoesly and my football helmet cracks
and 311 to P1111 Vmg1 My posttxon on the Four Musketeers to anyone who doesnt mmd
Ken Blum I w1ll my Soctal Problems bookto anyone that hkes to read and my desk In Agrxculture
to anyone that can stand II Also I w1l1 my wavy ha1r to Pudda Wleser
JoAnn Boley I w1ll mySoctalProblems book to anyone who wants ll and my ablhty to stay out late
on Saturday nlghts to Lmda Elmer
Ard1s Davern I w1ll my seat 1n band to anyone who cares to get hlt by the sltdes of the trombones
and my ab1l1ty to go w1th several guys at the same t1me to Patty Gardner
Rosahe Dlsch I w1ll my seat In the mam room to anyone who wants to freeze to death
Delores Dover I wlll my seat 1n the bus to any oncorrung freshman who can stand to rtde ll for
four years and my ab1l1ty to dr1ve to Leatrlce Hefty
Rosemarle Feller I w1ll my dry Soctal Problems book to Jerry Duerst all my fun I ve had my
Semor year to Janet Schnelder and thosetr1psJanet Hoesly and I took In that Buxck to anyone
who wants to have a lot of fun
Kathleen F jelstad I w1ll my ab1l1ty to go steady wlth someone from Montlcello to anyone who
doesn t hke to argue about basketball and my shorthand book to anyone who wants to study
J amce Funseth I wtll my bookkeeping books to any oncomtng Semor who wtll love bookkeeptng as
much as I dtd and my ab1l1ty to fool around w1th Dtck to anyone that can take ll
LeRoy Goecks I w1ll my ablltty to play football to anybody who w1ll really get out and work and
play w1th the team and my abxhty to stay out of trouble to Gerry Albertson
Dave Hefty I w1ll my brokenhelmettoBob Most Valuable Webber My abxhty to center the ball
everywhere except where I was supposed to to Dave Jack Squeagel And my abxhty to get
the blame for everythlng the Four Musketeers d1d to anyone that IS bxg enough to take the
Chuck Hicks I wxll my seat 1n the mam room to anyone who IS small enough to get out once they
Janet Hoesly I w111 all the good t1mes w1th Webber to Armella My abxhty to get Into strange
predlcaments to Lmda W1ld And my seat 1n Enghsh to Deanne Stuessy 1f she can bear II
Lorralne Johnson I w1l1 my Soctal Problems book to anyone who can fmd xt and my happmess
for graduanng tlus year to any freshmen who arent lookmg forward to four years of lugh
Art Luthm I wtll my seat 1n the mam room to anyone who would hke to stt near Ruth1e Roth I
w1l1 my abxltty to get caught chewtng gum m physxcs to anyone who hkes to wash wxndows
and beakers And my ablhty to go around wtth the other three of the Four Musketeers to
anyone who llkes to go around w1th guys that are blgger than they
John Marty I w111 my ablhty to become mellgtble for football to John Grossenbacher and my
wavy halr to Bob Webber Also my Ford to anyone that can control nt
Arlene Maurer I wxll my old' black notebook to my slster Bourne to use 1n her four years of
hzgh school as I dxd And all my good t1mes tn h1gh school to Pat Paulson
Alvtn Mueller I w1ll my fun tn lugz school to B R In Belleville.
Douglas Paulson I wxll my seat 1n the mam room to anyone who wants to have fun and never get
caught by the teacher I also wtll my books to Janet T
Dxck Sarbacher I w1l1 my beat up shoulder pads to some future football great my abthty to belong
to the Four Musketeers to anyone who can stand the other three
Jerry Slotten I w1ll my ab1l1ty to dr1ve a motorcycle to Nate Jones and I will my abxhty to run
xnto cars to Gerry Albertson
Don Senn I wxll my car to anyone who w1ll take good care of rt and my abllxty to stay U1 school
four years to Nathan Jones
Betsy Yaeger I w1ll my opportumty of bemg prom queen to the 1956 prom queen and my abllxty
to smg soprano to Ethlyn Peters I also w11l the Job of img Old Guard edttor to Chris
Boll, and hope that she has a sane mmd after each Issue IS produced
Lmda Zentner I wxll my chatr tn band to Bonme Maurer and my two pleasant years ln shorthand
to anyone who hkes to study I wxll my four years of cheerleadlng to anyone who can stlll be
In one piece after an exciting game I will my love of old N G H S to everybody And last but
not least I w1ll my Geometry book back to Mr Grey
get inl Also, I will my ability to take out girls from out of town to Stan Pauli.
One day as Delores and I were walkrng down a busy street rn Mad1son we saw a quaxnt stgn
say1ng Madam Fe Fe s Fortune Telhng House and we thought lf would be fun to go 1n and see
1f Madam Fe Fe could tell us what the Class of 56 would be domg 1n about ten years Followmg
are her predxctlons
Buzz Blum a great hunter of the Umted States but he got h1s dear ln Monroe
Ken Blum a dance teacher for Arthur Murray
JoAnn Boley a model for Seventeen
Ard1s Davern marrted and tourlng Europe w1th her famous F B I husband
Rosahe Drsch horseback queen of the West and crgarette tester for Pall Mall Company
Delores Dover marr ed to Lew Johnson and ra1s1ng her two chrldren
Rosemarte Feller a teacher mstructmg the k1ds of her 1956 classmates
Kathleen FJelstad Secretary of Health Educatxon and Welfare ofthe U S and wrfe of Don Karlen
Jan1ce Funseth Mrs Amerlca of 1966
LeRoy Goecks Major General of the Nat1onal Guard
Dave Hefty new add1t1on to Leo Gorcery and the Bowery Boys
Chuck Hrcks lnventor of perpetual mot1on and r1chest man ahve
Janet Hoesly merchandlser for a New York f1rm wxth her husband John Webber
Loramne Johnson f1rst lady to swtm the At1ant1c Ocean w1th Hank Austm rowtng the boat beslde
Art Luth1 ratsxng chtmpanzees ln South Amerlca
John Marty hot rod racer for Indxanapohs Speedway
Arlene Maurer reg1stered nurse and engaged to a rtch and handsome doctor
Alvm Mueller Davy COOHSRIH of 1966
Douglas Paulson pubhc accountant at D1dy Dlaper Servlce
Dxck Sarbacher permanent hfe guard for Terry Moore
Don Senn professor at St Mary s of Notre Dame Gtrls School
Jerry Slotten manager of Mrlwaukee Brewery
Betsy Yaeger s1ng1ng opera at Carnegle Hall tn New York Clty
Llnda Zentner best dressed woman of Hollywood!
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In 1952 thtrty two green freshmen cluttered the halls at N G H S They were Marlene Alt
man Tom Anderson Buzz Blum Kenneth Blum JoAnn Boley Ardts Davern Judy D1sch Rosahe
D1sch Delores Dover Kathleen F Jelstad J aruce Ftmseth LeRoy Goecks Dave Hefty Charles
Htcks Janet Hoesly Lorratne Johnson BeverlyKl1nert JeromeLancaster Art Luthl John Marty
Arlene Maurer Alv1n Mueller Doug Paulson D1ck Sarbacker Jerry Slotten Marvm Sttener Jack
Thompson Betsy Yaeger Lrnda Zentner Romue Ztmmerman and Rose Marte Feller
After the ftrst semester Beverly Khnert Jack Thompson Ronnte Ztmmerman and Marvm
Sttener left us Class offtcers for the year were Prestdent Art Lutht Vtoe Presxdent Ltnda
Zentner Secretary Kathleen Fjelstad Treasurer Buzz Blum
By 1953 twenty nlne a httle more adjusted sophomores trudged up the h11l for another
year They were Marlene Altman Tom Anderson Buzz Blum Kenny Blum JoAnn Boley Ardts
Davern Judy D1sch Rosahe D1sch Delores Dover Rosle Feller Kathleen Fjelstad Jamce
F unseth LeRoy Goecks Dave Hefty Chuck Hxcks Janet Hoesly Lorralne Johnson Jerome Lan
caster Art Luthl John Marty Arlene Maurer A1v1n Mueller Doug Paulson D1ck Sarbacker Don
Senn Jerry Slotten Betsy Yaeger Ltnda Zentner Our offlcers were Prestdent Dave Hefty
Vtce Prestdent D1ck Sarbacker Secretary Arlene Maurer Treasurer KathleenF1e1stad Durtng
The followmg year Judy D1sch dxdn t return leav1ng our class roll at twenty four They
were Buzz Blum Ken Blum JoAnn Boley Ardls Davern Rosahe D1sch Delores Dover Rose
Marte Feller Kathleen F Jelstad J amce Funseth LeRoy Goecks Dave Hefty Chuck Hlcks Janet
Hoesly Lorratne Johnson Jerome Lancaster Art Lutht John Marty Arlene Maurer Alvm
Mueller Doug Paulson D1ck Sarbacker Don Senn Jerry Slotten Betsy Yaeger Llnda Zentner
Class offtoers were Prestdent Kathleen Fjelstad Vtoe Prestdent Chuck Htcks Secretary
Betsy Yaeger Treasurer D1ck Sarbacker Toward the end of the year Jerome Lancaster moved
By 1955 one of the smallest semor classes wlth twenty four students took the ftnal steps
at N G H S They were Buzz Blum, Ken Blum JoAnn Boley Ardts Davern Rosahe Dtsch
Delores Dover Roselvlarte Feller Kathleen F Jelstad J amoe Funseth LeRoy Goecks Dave Hefty
Chuck Hlcks Janet Hoesly, Lorrame Johnson Art Lutlu John Marty Arlene Maurer Alvtn
Mueller Doug Paulson D1ck Sarbacker DonSenn Jerry Slotten Besty Yaeger and Llnda Zentner
The Semors had the spothght 1n varxous ways durmg the four years of lugh school
The J untor Prom was tmder the retgn of Queen Betsy Yaeger and Ktng John Marty The theme
was Beyond the Blue Hortzon
Jamce Funseth and Dave Hefty retgned as our homecoming Queen and Ktng,
Kathleen FJelstad and Chuck Hlcks rexgned as Queen and King of the Mid Wmter Ball The
theme was Whtte Chrtstmas
May all our Chrtstmases be merry and whrtel
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ROW ONE, Left to Right: A. Butts, A. Eninger, L. E1mer.J. Lee, M. Meier, R. Legler, C. Boll, L. Hefty
P. Paulson, P. Palmer, D. Disch, J. Hartwig. ROW TWO: R. Roth, B. Burgdorff, R. Neuman, J. Tschudy
C. Schneider, L. Luchsinger, J. Anderegg, L. Klassy, J. Gmur, J. Eichelkraut, D. Lokken, G. Jorenby, G
Albertson, J. Duerst. ROW THREE: D. Hoesly, R. wynenbach, A. Weiser, R. Marty, A. Lewis, D
Schneider, S. Pauli, B. Webber, D. Funseth, N. Jones, R. Weiland, R. Sissons, D. Durst.
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SITTING, Left to Right: L. Luchsinger, PresidentgD.Schneider,Vice-
President, STANDING: C. Boll, Secretary, M, Marry and R, Wain-
wright, Advisors. D. Hoesly, Treasurer.
ROW ONE Left to Rrght A. Sherven, R. Huseth, D. Zweifel, R Kmleson A B011 L Uffelman L
Strexff ROW TWO A Mueller, S. Schneider, E. Peters, D. Blumer, B Sprmg J Ingwell C Lpkken H
Bahler S Jelle D Funseth. ROW THREE: S.Zi1tner, D. Yeager, B Erchelkraut J Grossenbacker B
E1che1kraut J Durst G Schuett, W. Ruef.
SITTING, Left to Right: Advisor, Mrs
Klassyg President, R, Kittleson, Advisor, Mr
Grey. STANDING: Vice-President,S.Jel1e
Treasurer, B. Eichelkrautg Secretary, D
ROW ONE, Left to Right: L. Wilde, L. Johnson, J . Disch, R. Buesser, D. Stuessy, R. Martinson, R
Mauer, P. Gardner, B. Willoughby. .T. Schneider, P. Klassy. ROW TWO: P. Vinje, B. Hefty, H. Ruef, B
Bethke, J. Foster, H. Meier, B. Eichelkraut. J. Truttman, B. Kuenzi, B. Syrud. ROW THREE: R. Erick-
son, J. Judd, R, Wittwer, P. Duerst, J. Nyhus, R. Paulson, A. Hanna, L. Huber, T. Rosga, D. Lokken, J
SITTING, Left to Right: Advisor, Mr, K1assyqVice-President,
R. Buesser, President, R. Maurerg Advisor, Mr, Wegener.
STANDXNG: J. Schneider, Secretary and R. Erickson, Treas-
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ROW ONE, Left to Right: Advisor, Mr. Meythalerg Business Manager, DickSarbacherg Editor, B. Yaegerg
Assistant Editor, C. Boll, Assistant Business Manager, S. Pauli, Advisor, Mrs. Dallman. ROW TWQ D.
Zweifel, M. Miers. J. Hartwig, L. Johnson, L. Streiff, J. Junseth, L. Zentner, R. Disch. ROW THREE
L. Hefty, D. Schneider, E. Peters, R. Legler, P. Paulson, A. Maurer, P. Palmer, H. Bahler, R. Feller, A.
Ehinger, A. Butts. ROW FOUR: J. Hoesly, A. Davern, B. Burgdorff, B. Webber, C. Hicks, L. Luchsiuger
J. Tschudy. J. Ingwell, R. Roth, K. Fjelstad, G. J orenby.
ROW ONE, Left to Right: Advisor, Mr. Wainwright, Treasurer, R. Martinsong Vice-President, L. Luch-
singer, President, D. Blum, Secretary. J. Nyhus. ROW TWO: D. Stuessy, D. Zweifel, A. Mueller, R.
Kittleson, H. Bahler, C. Hicks, D. Hefty, D. Sarbacher, B. Burgdorff, S. Pauli, K. Fjelstad, R. Maurer, J
Funsedt, J. Duerst.
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Director: MRS. KLASSY
Jo Ann Altman
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Ethlyn Peters Linda Welsh
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Beverly Spring Dave Hefty
John Grossenbacker Doug Paulson
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R. Legler, A. Ehinger, M. Meier, C. Boll. ROW THREE: R. Buesser, J. Lee, B. Yaeger, A. Davern,
P, Paulson, J. Hoesly, G. Jorenby, R. Feller, D. Stuessy. ROW FOUR: D. Schneider, S.Je11e, C.
Lokken, I. Tschudy, L. Luchsinger, B. Bethke, B. Spring, L. Strieff, A. Mueller, D. Funseth.
ROW ONE: Mr. Klassy, J. Judd, G, A1bertson,J. Gmur, A. Mueller, R. Marty. ROW TWO: I. Marty
B. Hefty, R. Huseth, R. Wittwer, H. Ruef, R. Kittleson, R. Maurer, D. Lokken, R. Erickson, E. Wild
ROW THREE: J. Duerst, K, B1um,R. Weiland, D. Paulson, R. Newman, B. Eichelkraut, D. Lokken, D
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B, Eichelkraut, B. Eichelkraut, L. Klassy, J. Slotten, I. Anderegg, A. Hanna, L. Huber.
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Cheer, cheer fa New Glarus High
Send out the volley clear to the sky
Let the odds be great or small
We'l1 cheer for our team now one and all.
Fight team, we're cheering for you
Defend the Glory of red and blue
Fight, fight, fight, we'11 win this game
Fight on to victory.
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Yaun, T. Babler, SECOND ROW:
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C. Monroe, D. Knobel, S. Pauli,
I. Ziltner, V. Babler, E. Alderman,
R. Foster, E. Weiser, R. Hamilton,
R. Voegli. SECOND ROW: G.
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Zweifel, J. Pfund. G. Wenger, D.
Disch, P. Lawrence, D, Vollmer
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Zentner, V. Ingwell, M. Peters, J.
Roberts, M. Kellesvig, B. Hartman
D, Disch,J, Altman, Mrs, Hamilton,
FIRST ROW: M. Hartman, B. Erb
I. Elmer, S. Hoesly, E. Erickson
I. Baumgartner, R. Disch, R. Hofer
J. Hoesly, S, Yann, R. Fiez, J
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T. Schindler, I. Strickler, T
Reuter, P. Paulson, B. Kellesvig
C. Streiff, B. Thacker, M
Schneider, I. Hoesly, A. Kehrli, W
Kuenzi, D. Marty, Miss Steuland
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Gmur, P. Disch, M. Bethke, S
Marty, R. Schroeder, C. Kubly, R
Stauske, I. Zweifel, N. Oppliger
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C. Duerst, B. Jones, F. Disch
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