New Lisbon High School - Wa Du Shuda Yearbook (New Lisbon, WI)
- Class of 1958
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Class of 1958
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Class Motto: "Not at the top, but climbing."
Class Colors: Blue and White
Class Flower: White Carnation
Edited and Produced By
New Lisbon High School Students
As it is the custom to have an introduction in
brief and direct.
New Lisbon Annuals, we would like to make ours
We seniors are leaving with memories we will revere long into the future. Memories of various
activities and unplanned events that will remain
that at the time of happening seemed insignificant
inisce and spend many happy moments lost in our
It has been with a deep sense of gratification
lishing this 1958 Wa du Shuda. It is to serve as a
New Lisbon High School.
and help us in our journey thru life. Occurrences
and unimportant but we know later we will rem-
memories of our high school days.
that we have had the pleasure of editing and pub-
written inscription of our four enjoyable years in
We the Seniors of 1958, dedicate this annual to Mr. Newman to show in
a small way our appreciation for his help during our high school years. As
Freshmen he helped us get set on the right paths of learning, as Sophomores
he continued to guide us, as Juniors he helped us in the many activities we
sponsored, and now in our senior year we realize what a help he has been
We admire him for his versatility, his spontaneity, and we dedicate, as
a token of our high esteem and appreciation, the 1958 Wa Du Shuda to Mr.
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Cure, Jr. Editor, Kay V0iSh'fSCh11d
Front row, left to right: M. Christmann, Business Mgr., J. Pitel, Ass't Editor, H. Cure,
Editor, K. Voightschild, Jr. Editor, Second row: W. Olson, Business Mgr., Mr.
Simpson, Annual Advisor, J. Robinson, Sports Editor, T. Bond, Sports Editor, Mr.
Elliott, Ass't Advisor.
First row, left to right: C. Ulrich, typistg R. Stickney, Class Will and Prophecy J
Granger, typist, R. Mortensen, photography, M. Lee, Class Will and Prophecy E
Ristow, Clubs, R. Thompson, Senior Class Editorg S. McMahon, Snapshots Second
row: J. Robinson, typistg L. Kriegl, Clubs, D. Rurup, Art Editor, K. Schroeder Art
Editor, J. Macomber, Snapshots, D. Dahlke, Music, L. Jensen, Calendar, B Durec
Alumni, K. Flagg, Social.
As the end of the seventh semester came to a close our two top students were very close. Marilyn Christ-
mann and Katie Gobar are the two girls that deserve every bit of credit due them.
Four others who were behind them were Janet Granger, Eileen Ristow, Louise Regelin, and Harriet
A11 of these people are to be complimented on what they have done for our high school and them-
Left to right: Mr. Newman, Advisorg Mary Owens, Treasurer:
Gigalke, Vive-President: Marvin Davis, President, Ruth Thompson,
Our high school days were started in "54". We were greeted 'by a remodeled school and the upperclassmen, of which some
re willing and some not so willing to see us. We were initiated and thus classified as students of N.L. High. The rest of our year
sed rather uneventfully. Our officers were Katie Gobar, President, Ruth Mortensen, Vice-President, Jeanette Robinson, treas-
rg and Jerry Robinson, Secretary. Mrs. Gobar was our advisor.
Ahh, now is our chance to get even and to initiate the lucky Freshmen. After this, our year was very quiet, but we sure made
way around. Our officers were: Marvin Lee, President, Harrl-et Cure, Vice-Presidentg Carole Ulrich, Treasurer, and Eileen
tow, Secretary. Mrs. Gobar was our class advisor.
Upper classmen!!! As we began our Junior year we started off with a bang by winning first prize for our Homecoming float.
received our classrings just before Christmas and for the next few days we were busy comparing them with others. Queen Ro-
.le and King Wayne reigned over our Junior Prom on May 4, to the theme, "My Last Night In Rome." Our officers were: Tom-
Bond, Presidentg Wayne Olson, Vice-Presidentg Judy Pitel, Treasurerg and Janet Granger, Secretary. Mr. Justensen was our
Seniors at last!!! Again we started out with a bang by winning first prize with our float for Homecoming. We received our Sen-
pictures a few weeks before Christmas and were busy collecting pictures of our cute classmates. We combined the Christmas
ice with the Senior Ball which we called the Christmas Ball. Queen Janet and King Gale reigned over the dance. We went to
ineapolis on our class trip and .attend-ed the Ice Follies and Cinerama- Then finally Came graduation, which we all were look-
forward to forlfour years. Our officers were: Marvin Davis, PreSldel'lt9 Gale Blgalke, Vl0e'PreSidentS Mary Owens. Treasurer!
, Ruth Thompson, Secretary. Mr. Newman was our advisor.
LYLE ALLEN "Johnny"
"Lyle" "Going to the dance to-
"You're a hood." night?"
F-F-A 1-2-3-49 Baseball Band 3-4g Mixed Chorus
"Q-'-Joi' lg Intramural Sports 1- 1-2-3-43 Boys' Glee Club
2 3 4. 1-2-3-43 F.F.A. 1-2-3,
Forensics 1-2-3, Orches-
"What do you mean?"
Mixed Chorus 3-45 Boys'
Glee Club 3-45 F.F.A.
Secretary sg 1-'.F.A. vice
President 45 Intramural
Sports 1-2-3-45 F.F.A. 1-
"Hey, that's pretty good"
F.H.A. 1-45 G.A.A. 15
Pep Club 3-45 Homecom-
ing Court l5 Girls' Glee
Club 45 Mixed Chorus 45
Intramural Sports 1-2-35
Prom Committee 3.
Football 1-2-3-45 Co-
Captain 45 Baseball 1-45
Basketball 1-2-3-45 Track
2-3-45 Volleyball 3-45
Class President 35 Let-
termen's Club 3-45 Boys'
Glee Club 35 Mixed
Chorus 35 Prom Court 35
Forensics 35 Annual Staff
45 Christmas Ball Court
45 Homecoming King 45
Prom Committee 3.
F.F.A. 1-2-3-45 Class Vice
President 45 Football 1-
2-3-4: Basketball 1-2-3-
45 Track 2-3-45 Letter-
men's Club 3-4.
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"Hey, can I borrow some
Band 1-2-3-45 State Mu-
sic Festival 35 Girls' Glee
Club 1-2-3-45 Mixed
Chorus 1-2-3-45 Orches-
tra 35 Pep Club 1-2-3-45
G.A.A. 15 Forensics 1-2-
3-45 State Forensics 15
Intramural Sports 1-2-3-
45 Prom Committee 35
Badger Girls' State 35
Student Council 45 Wen
Nobsil Staff 45 D.A.R. 45
Annual Staff 4.
'Give me a bottle of
Snow Ball Court 4.
Sponsored by: Victoria Cafe, New Lisbon, Wis.
'Get the heck out of
Pep Club 2-3-45 G.A.A.
l5 Prom Committee 35
Band 1-2-3-45 Girls' Glee
Slub 1-2-3-45 Girls' Glee
Club Treasurer 45 Prom
Court 35 Homecoming
Court 15 F.H.A. 1-25 For-
ensics 15 Intramural
"Really? You're kidding"
Band 1-2-3-45 Glee Club
1-2-3-45 Mixed Chorus
1-2-3-45 Pep Club 1-45
Prom Committee 35 In-
tramural Sports 2-3-45
Class Vice President 25
Junior Annual Editor 35
State Music Festival 35
Forensics lg Annual Ed-
Football 1-2-3-45 Base-
ball 1-2-3-45 Basketball
1-2-3-45 Band 1-2-3-45
Track 3-45 State Music
Festival 35 Badger Boys'
State 35 Prom Court 35
Annual Staff 45 Mixed
Chorus 3-45 Boys' Glee
Club 3-45 Lettermen's
Club 45 Student Council
3-45 Student Council
President 45 Orchestra 3-
"Just a jiffy"
Transferred Student 25
Basketball 3-45 Basket-
ball Homecoming King 4.
Baseball 1-3-45 Basket-
ball 1-25 Intramural
Sports 1-2-3-45 P r o m
Sponsored by: Jaffe's, Tomah, Wis.
"Yah, I know"
F.H.A. 1-2-3-45 G.A.A. 15
Pep Club 1-2-3-45 Home-
coming Queen 35 Prom
Committee 35 Homecom-
ing Court 25 Intramural
Sports 1-2-3-45 Mixed
Chorus 2-35 Glee Club 2-
35 Annual Staff 4.
"Doncha get it?"
Transfer student 25 Band
3-45 Pep Club 3-45 Prom
Committee 35 Intramural
Sports 3-45 Mixed Chor-
us 25 Girls Glee Club 25
Christmas Ball Court 4
"Got any gum?"
Pep Club 2-3-45 F.H.A.
1-25 Class Secretary 35
Prom Committee 35 Sen-
ior Ball Queen 45 Annual
"I'm getting sick of this"
F.H.A. 1-2-3-45 G.A.A. 45
Intramural Sports 1-2-3-
45 Girls' Glee Club 1-2-
3-45 Mixed Chorus 1-2-3-
45 Homecoming. Court 45
Wen Nobsil Staff 45
Annual Staff 43 Prom
Committee 35 Pep Club
Library Club 1-2-3-45
F.H.A. 2-35 Pep Club 1-
"Be quiet you kids."
Wen Nobsil Staff 45 For-
ensics 25 G.A.A. 15 Pep
Club 25 Girls' Glee Club
3-45 Mixed Chorus 3-45
Band 3-45 Library Club
25 Intramural Sports 1-25
F.H.A. 1-2-3-45 Prom
Class President 15 G.A.A
15 Intramural Sports 1-
2-45 Pep Club l-Z-3-4
F.H.A. 1-25 Band 1-2-3-4
Girls' Glee Club 1-2-3-4
Mixed Chorus 1-2-3-4
Student Council 45 For-
ensics .1-2-3-45 State For-
ensics 35 Library Club 1
Prom Committee 3
Snow Ball Court 4.
Sponsored by: New Lisbon Times-Argus, New Lisbon, Wis.
:ke those napkins off
'ls' Glee Club 2-3-45
red Chorus 2-3-45 Li-
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Football 1-2-3-45 Base-
ball 1-2-35 Christmas
Ball Court 45 Forensics
1-2-3-45 Mixed Chorus 35
Boys" Glee Club 3.
"I don't know!"
F.F.A. 1-2-3-45 Imra-
mural Sports 1-2-3-4-
Baseball 2-3-45 Basket-
ball 25 Intramural Sports
1-2-3-4: F.F.A. 1-3.
Sponsored by: Ron's Market, New Lisbon, Wis.
"Don't you believe me?"
Pep Club 1-2-3-45 Home-
coming Court 45 G.A.A.
15 F.H.A. 1-2-35 Glee -'
Club 3-45 Mixed Chorus
3-45 Prom Committee 35
Intramural Sports 1-2-3-
45 Wen Nobsil Staff 4.
"Ya, I know it."
F.H.A. 1-2-3-45 Pep Club
2-3-45 Band 3-45Wen
Nobsil Staff 45 Library
Club 25 Prom Committee
"Gee, I'm tired."
Pep Club 1-2-3-45 F.H.A.
1-2-3-45 Intramural Spts.
1-2-3: Girls' Glee Club
2-3-4: Mixed chorus 2-
3-45 G.A.A. 15 Prom
Zommittee 35 Annual
itaff 45 Wen Nobsil Staff
Football 1-2-3-45 Track
i-45 Mixed Chorus 1-2-
L-45 Boys' Glee Club 1-2-
i-45 Forensics 1-2-3-45
Zhristmas Ball Court 49
knnual Staff 45 Letter'
nen's Club 3-45 Mixed
Zhorus President 49
'rom Committee 3.
"It'll cost ya"
Football 1-35 Baseball 15
Intramural Spo-rts 35
Prom Court 35 Prom
Committee 35 Forensics
"Just a minute."
Football 2-3-45 Track 3-
Intramural Sports 1-35
Band 3-45 Girls' Glee
Club 1-2-45 Mix-ed Chor-
us 1-2-45 F.H.A. 1-45 Pep
Club 1-2-3-45 Library
Club 1-25 G.A.A. 15 For-
ensics 1-2-35 Annual
Staff 45 Prom Committee
"Ain't it sickining"
Student Council 2-3
Class President 25
mural Sports 3-45
ball Manager 3-45
Chorus 1-3-45 Boys'
Club 1-3-45 Baseball
2-3-45 Forensics 1
Badger Boys' State
Prom Court 35 A
Staff 45 Lettermen's
3-45 Pep Club Sec
45 Mixed Chorus
Sponsored by: Ben Franklin Store, New Lisbon, Wis.
you get this stuff?"
Club 1-2-3-4: F-H-A
3-43 F.H.A. Vice
sident 43 Library Club
G.A.A. 13 Intramural
rts 1-23 Homecoming
rt 33 Homecoming
'en 43 Class Treasurer
?rom Committee 3.
Orchestra 3, Band 1-2 3
43 Girls' Glee Club 1-2-
3-43 Mixed Chorus 1-2-
3-43 Mixed Chorus Sec-
retary 43 Cheerleader 1-
2-33 Pep Club 1-2-3-43
Pep Club Vice President
43 Class Vice President 13
G.A.A. 13 Forensics 13
Prom Court 33 Basketball
Homecoming Queen 43
F.H.A. 1-2-31 Intramural
Sprts 1-2-3-43 Annual
Staff 43 Prom Committee
Pep Club 13 G.A.A. 13
F.H,A. 1-2-3-43 Library
Club 43 Prom Committee
33 Intramural Sports 1-
FJ-LA, 1-2-33 Forensics
"Oh come on, please."
Football 1-2-3-43 Base-
ball 1-2-3-43 Intramural
Sports 33 Lettermen's
Club 2-3-43 Prom Com-
mittee 33 Prom King 3:
Boys' Chorus 3-43 Mixed
Chorus 3-43 Forensics 2-
3-43 Class Vice President
33 Annual Staff 4.
1-2-3-43 Library Club 1-
2-43 Pep Club 1.
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Sponsored by: New Lisbon State Bank, New Lisbon, Wis.
Pep Club 1-2-3-43 F.H.A.
1-2-3-43 Forensics 1-2-
33 Assistant Editor 43
Prom Committee 33 Glee
Club 3-43 G.A.A. 13 Wen
Nobsil Staff 43 Mixed
Chorus 3-43 F.H.A. Pres-
ident 43 Prom Court 33
Librarian 1-2: Intramur-
al Sports 1-2-3-4.
Glee Club 2-3-45 Mixed
Chorus 2-3-45 Library
Club 1-25 F.H.A. l-2-3-4.
"Ignorant! ! !"
3and 1-2-3-45 Band
President 45 Football 1-
B-3-45 Co-Captain 45 Bas-
:etball 1-3-45 Track 2-
3-45 Baseball 45 Class
Secretary 15 Homecom-
ng King 45 Basketball
Homecoming Court 45
Jhorus 3-45 Boys Glee
Zlub 3-45 F.F.A. 15 In-
:ramural Sports 35 Ann-
xal Staff 45 Lettermen's
Ilub 3-45 Orchestra 45
?rom Committee 3.
LOUISE R EGEL IN
"Oh, go on!"
G.A.A. 15 F.H.A. 1-25
Forensics 1-2-3-45 Wen
Nobsil Staff 45 Librar-
ian's Club 1-2-3-45 Prom
Committee 35 Forensics
35 F.H.A. 4.
"No it's not, no it's not!"
Pep Club 2-3-45 G.A.A.
15. Annual Staff 45 Prom
Committee 35 Band 1-2-
3'4Z.Band Secretary 45
F.H.A. 1-25 Class Secre-
tary 25 Cheerleader 15
Homecoming Queen 45
Transferred Student 25
Track 2-3-45 Football 3-
45 Mixed Chorus 3-45
Boys' Glee Club 3-45 For-
Sponsored by: Wa1ker's Stainless Steel Plant, New Lis Jon, Wis.
"Oh I don't believe it"
Cheerleader 1-2-3-45 Sr.
Cheerleader 45 Pep Club
1-2-3-45 Pep Club Presi-
dent 45 Class Treasurer
15 Band 1-2-3-45 Band
Vice President 45 Orches-
tra 45 F.H.A. 1-2-35 Prom
Committee 35 G.A.A. 15
Forensics 15 Annual Staff
45 Mixed Chorus 1-2-3-45
Girls' Glee Club 1-2-3-45
Girls' Glee Club Presi-
dent 45 'Librarian Club 15
Intramural Sports 1-2-3-
45 Wen'Nobsi1 Staff 4.
ap Club 1-45 Girls' Glee
.ub 1-2-3-45 Band 1-2-
45 Mixed Chorus 1-2-
45 Forensics 15 Intra-
ural Sports 1-2-3-45
AA. 15 Class Secretary
Prom Committee 35
mual Staff 4.
"No, I don't mean that"
Pep Club 1-2-3-45 G.A.A.
1-25 F.H.A. 1-2-45 Sen-
ior Ball Court 45 Prom
Committee 35 Intramural
Sports 1-2-3-45 Library
Club 15 Annual Staff 45
Wen Nobsil Stall' 4.
"Why don't you guys do
your own work?"
Orchestra 35 Pep Club 1-
2-45 Girls' Glee Club 1-
2-35 Mixed Chorus 1-2-35
Band 1-2-3-45 Forensics
1-2-3-45 Prom Commit-
tee 35 Intramural Sports
1-2-3-45 State Forensics
"Will you be quiet?"
Band 1-2-3-45 Band Sec-
retary-Treasurer 35 Girls'
Glee Club 1-2-3-45 Mixed
Chorus 1-2-3-45 F.H.A. 1-
2-35 F.H.A. Secretary 25
F.H.A. Treasurer 35 Pep
Club 1-2-3-45 Pep Club
Treasurer 45 Class Treas-
urer 25 Student Council
15 Cheerleader 15 Prom
Court 35 Homecoming
Court 25 Annual Staff 45
Intramural Sports 1-2-3-
45 Wen Nobsil Staff 45
G.A.A. 15 Prom Commit-
Sponsored by: Eakins' Motors, New Lisbon, Wis.
Band 1-2-3-45.Pep Club
43 Prom Queen 35 Stud-
ent Council 35 Orchestra
394 Prom Committee 35
Mixed Chorus l-2-3-45
Girls' Glee Club 1-2-3-45
F.H.A. 1-2: G.A.A. 15.
Snow Ball Court 45 Pep
Club 1-2-3-45 Forensics
2-45 Intramural Sports
Transferred student 25
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We, the Senior Class of "58i', wish to distribute the following items to those whom it may concern.
LYLE ALLEN - Wills his oil wells to Stan Pudlo.
JOHN BELSKY - Wills his note reading ability to Jeanette Christensen.
HAROLD BETTHAUSER - Wills his driving ability to Jerry Felker.
GALE BIGALKE - Wills his ability to get caught shooting pheasants by Ben Little to anyone wanting the privilege.
MARILYN CHRISTMANN - Leaves her honor of D.A.R. to Mildred Hicks.
DUANE CLEVENS - Duane doesn't will anything, he'l1 be back for the first quarter next year.
TOM BOND - Leaves his ability to get that CLUNK of a Ford started and get to school by TEN O'c1ock to Glenn Miller!
HARRIET CURE - Leaves willingly her red ears and her giggles to Addison Wood.
LORRAINE DAVIS - Wills her hectic WEEK-ENDS to Twinkle Batko!!
DAVID DAHLKE - He refuses to leave his apple polishing ability because he wants it for further use.
MARVIN DAVIS - Wills his witty uncalled for remarks to Chuck White.
JOHN DELAP - Leaves his freckles to Irvin Wehman.
ARLISS ERDMAN - Leaves her knack of telling JOKES to Alida Greeno.
BARBARA DUREC - Leaves her great tumbling grades to Charlene Briant.
HAZEL FAULKNER - Wills her curly hair to Mary Ann Koson.
KAREN FLAGG - Leaves her great compositions of "love" letters to Art Martin.
KATIE GOBAR - Leaves her position on the honor roll to Bobby Johnson.
JANET GRANGER - Sadly leaves her love of bike riding, babysitting, and ESPECIALLY going to Kendall dances.
ARLISS HANSEN - Wills her Camp Douglas romances to Yuvonne Stenholt.
JIM HAREBO - Wills his red Olds to anyone STUPID enough to drive it !!??
MARCELLA HENKEL - Wills her stubborness to Helene York!
ANNA HITZLER - Just sadly leaves.
CLAYTON JACOBSON - Leaves his shyness to Clifford Larson????
EUGENE JENSEN - Leaves his love to Wausau to Laverne Harrison.
JOYCE JENSEN - Leaves her smashing cymbals to Bonnie Dahl?
LORRAINE JENSEN - Leaves her LATE hours to Marie Halverson???
LARRY KRIEGL - Leaves his scientific knowledge to Chester Chaffee.
MYLES LARSON - Wills his RAZOR to Bruce Bowen although he needs it himself!!!l!! VW
MARVIN LEE - Wills his ELROY GALS to anyone willing to take them. J
JOHN MACOMBER - Leaves his childish ideas to Mr. Kohn!!!
SANDRA McMAHON - Leaves her guys class ring to any woman man enough to take it away.
RUTH MORTENSEN - Leaves her flirting ability to Shirley Luke!!!
WAYNE OLSON - Sadly leaves his parking ability to any com petition????
MARY OWENS - Leaves SHORT and SWEET.
BARBARA PECK -- She's selfish, and won't leave a thing.
RUTH PETRICK - Leaves her cud of gum to her Social Problems class chair.
JUDY PITEL - Happily leaves with Harold for WHO knows where???
EDNA PUSEL - Won't leave her diamond to anyone. Can you blame her?
LOUISE REGELIN -- Leaves her arguments with the teachers to Leon Hansen.
EILEEN RISTOW - Leaves her ability to pass fellow students. "It's a good thing or we all wouldn't be passing."
JEANETTE ROBINSON - Wills her cheering ability to Gloria Fish.
JERRY ROBINSON - Leaves his "love" for embalming to any dead beats.
DOUGLAS RURUP -- Leaves his tackle position to Cheryl Murphy.
KAREN SCHROEDER - Leaves her Florida tan to Harold Jensen.
ROMELLE STICKNEY - Leaves her ability to DRIVE a car, "and THANK GOODNESS she leaves it."
RUTH THOMPSON - Leaves everything EXCEPT Gale.
HELEN WALDEN - Leaves her drums to Susan Selkey.
CAROLE ULRICH ,- Leaves her ability to watch "As The World TU1'I1S" to any band m6mb9l'S who HTC halfillg their '
horns fixed. -
GEORGE WOOD - Leaves his CHOICE seat in English to Bruce Rhutasel.
' WE have also agreed to leave our good times as a "bunch" to any other CIHSSGS that can have as much fun BS
we've had together.
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Crary, Vice-president, L. Stenholt, Presi-
dent, A. Henkel, Secretary, and Mr. John-
On September 6, 1955, fifty-nine green freshmen walk ed up the plank to join our Rocket ship and start on a four-
year excursion in the sky of education. We were initiated before starting the trip.
After a three month "furlough," we came back ready for another year aboard the ship. We started off great by
initiating the freshmen.
Three down, one to go! Queen Annette and King Bill reigned over the Prom May 3 to the theme, "Sail Along
Silvery Moon." Our class captains are: Larry Stenholt, Presidentg Alex Crary, Vice-President, Annette Henkel,
Secretaryg and Harley Hicks, Treasurer.
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Left to right: Eileen Tiber, Treasurer: John Waterbury, Pres-
identg Mrs. Christmann, Advisorg Arden Thompson, Vice-
President, and Hazel Clawson, Secretary.
On a nice fall day in September '56, sixty scared fresh men entered the Rocket ship. Soon after we joined, we were
initiated and thus became true members of the crew.
Again in '57 we came back, but as sophomoresg this time it was our turn to do the initiating. Believe us, we did. Our
class captains are: John Waterbury, Presidentg Arden Thompson, Vice-Presidentg Eileen Tiber, Treasurerg Hazel
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Sponsored by: Highway Cafe, New Lisbon,.Wis., Andy's Service Station, New Lisbon, Wis., Dyer's Drug Store,
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Left to right: Elaine Dvorak, Vice-President, Jane Haske,
Treasurer, Bonnie Davies, Secretary, Mr. McCallum, Advisor,
Gertrude Lutz, President.
Last fall, sixty frightened, green freshmen joined the Rocket ship. Just after we joined the sophomores initiated
us, making us true members of the crew. Our class captains are: Gertrude Lutz, President, Elaine Dvorak, Vice- Pres-
ident, Jane Haske, Treasurer and Bonnie Davies, Secretary.
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Sponsored by: Koziara's Texaco Station, New Lisbon, Wis., Troxel's Pure Oil Station, New Lisbon, Wis.,
Mauston Station Bank, Mauston, Wis., Monroe Finance Company, Mauston, Wis.
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Mr. John Richmond, English 11 8a 12
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Mr. Rudy Haugh, Mathematics
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Mr. Lloyd Benrud, Curriculum
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Mrs. Blanche Gobar, English 9 :SL 10 Miss Lucille Cooper,
"Either be QUIET or go back to your Home Economics
Study hall-" "Lct's get that F.H.A. rollingi'
Sponsored by: Hillside Ranch House, Mauston, Wis., Koch's Flowers, New Lisbon, Wis., Hustler Hardware,
Hustler, Wis., Mauston Drug Store, Mauston, Wis.
Mr. Roy Simpson,
Chemistry and Agriculture
Let's have your OWN answers."
Mrs. Florence Christmann, Mr. Donald Elliott, American
Commercial History and Social Problems
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Mr. Harry Newman, Principal
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Mr. Lee Johnson, Industrial Arts
and Drjvefs Education MF, Afbln York, Civics, General
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Biology, 5591109 and GSOSFHDIUY you doing, and WHERE. do you "Post your totals, not TOAST your
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Sponsored by: Busy Bee, Mauston, Wis., Bob's Toggery, Mauston, Wis., Kastner
Stetler, Dentist, New Lisbon, Wis.
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Jensen, L. Jensen.
Left to right: L. Regelin, J. Jensen, A. Hansen, K.
Flalg, M. Clawson, J. Robinson.
Left to right: L. Jensen, M. Henkel, R. Stickney, K
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Harriet Cure, Annual Editor
Jerry Robinson and Tom Bond, Football
Dave Dahlke, Badger Boys' Stateg Marilyn
Christrnann D.A.R., Badger Girls' Stateg
Marvin Lee, Badger Boys' State
Jeanette Robinson, Senior Cheerleader.
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C. Lee. Second row: S. Robinson, L. Wagie, H. Clawson, S. Halverson, A. Benson, M. Hicks, A. Hansen, K. Gobar
R. Stickney. Third row: M. Lee, T. Brasch, J. Bond, L. Davis, M, Halverson, D. Callows, M. Clawson, K. Larson
S. Pudlo. Top row: B. Davies, J. Dvorak, R. Larson, G. Braund, C. Ulrich, J. Pitel, H. Cure, W. Olson, J
Macomber, D. Rurup.
John Macomber, President, Ruth Mortensen, Sec., Treas.g Marvin
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Pritchard. Second row: J. Zindorf, J. Haskc, E. Gieske, S. Mc-Mahon, K. Davis, J. Rabuck, E. Pusel, M. Simpson,
A. Hitzler. Third row: K. Flagg, H. Betthauser, J. Chris tcnsen, P. Hansen, S. Davies, J. Hansen, L, Jensen, E.
Dvorak, K. Sampson. Top row: A, Thompson, J. Belsky, D. Dahlkc, L. Richmond, M. Christmann, S. Selky, M.
Murphy, J. Robinson, J. Crawford and R. Thompson.
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Pritchard. Second row: R. Larson, J. Robinson, J. Dvorak, J. Crawford, S. Pudlo, H.
Betthauser. Top row: D. Rurup, A. Thompson, J. Macomber, J. Belsky, W. Olson, D.
Dahlke, G. Braund.
Sponsored by: F. J. Bunker, Inc., New Lisbon, Wis.
Bottom row: K. Davis, D. Haske, J. Robinson, R. Mortensen, Mrs. Pritchard, S
Hemenway, L. Nelson, K. Stickney, E. Tiber. Second row: J. Haske, E. Gieske, S
Halverson, H. Clawson, S. McMahon, S. Robison, Y. Hemenway, G. Lutz, M. Henkel
Third row: L. Jensen, R. Stickney, K. Gobar, A. Hitzler, E. Pusel, L. Langer, M. Hicks,
J. Rabuck, K. Davis. Fourth row: D. Callows, K. Larson, M. Halverson, S. Davies, L.
Davis, A. Hansen, J. Hansen, E. Dvorak, K. Sampson. Top row: H. Cure, J. Pit-el, M
Christmann, C. Ulrich, S. Selkey, B. Davies, K. Flagg, M. Clawson, J. Christensen.
Jeanette Robinson, President, Romelle Stickney, Vice President,
Lorraine Davis, Sec., Treas.
Harriet Cure, Carole Ulrich, Romelle Stickney, Ruth Mortensen, Jeanette Robinson
Katie Gobar and Marilyn Christmann.
Jeanette Robinson, Harriet Cure.
Sponsored by: Sorenson TV and Appliance, New Lisbon, Wis., C. E. Robison and Son, New Lisbon, Wis., Len's
Cities Service, New Lisbon, Wis., Pot'ter's Sales and Service, Mauston, Wis.
Band: First row Clarinets: R. Thompson, R. Mortensen, C. Ulrich, R. Stickncy. Second row: K. Vo1ghtsch1ld
S. Davies, L. Davies, M. McCathieg Third row: S. Sheffield, B. Cure, L. Mehus, B. Davies, S. Robison K
Stiekney, P. Agena, B. Anderson, J. Granger, P. Hanscng French Horns, L. Langer, S. Smith, Trombone C
White, L. Stenholt, Baritone, J. Robinson, J. Koca, Cornet, T. Clarkg Drums, A. Hansen, S. McMahon H
Walden, J. Jensen, J. Belsky, J. Christensen, Mr. Pritchard.
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Mr. Pritchard. Second row: J. Macomber, Sp Mas nu, J. Rabuck, E. Ristow, C. White, T. Duckworth.
Top row: M. Simpson, M. Christmann, H. Cure, K. Gobar, R. Stickney, C. Ulrich, R. Mortensen, R.
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Sponsored by: Clary's IGA Store, Hustler, Wis.
ttorn row, left to right: R. Archambeau, H. Hicks, M. Heath, J. Robinson, T. Bond,
Clary, B. Bowen, J. Waterbury. Second row: Coach Kohn, L. Harrison, L. Moravek
Wehman, P. Selkey, D. Dahlke, W. Olson, M. Lee. Top row: C. Larson, L. Stenholt,
Bigalke, D. Rurup, J. Harebo, H. Jensen, L. Kriegl, J. Georgeson and J. Macomber.
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Front row, left to right: H. Hicks, C. Larson, M. Heath, J. Macomber, L.
Moravek, L.. Harrison, B. Bowen, J. Georgeson. Back row, left to right: J
Harebo, L. Stenholt, W. Olson, L. Kriegl, D. Dahlke, I. Wehman, G. Bigalke.
Center: Mr. Elliott, Asst. Coachg Tom Bond, Co-captain, J. Robinson, Cof
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Bottom row, left to right: C. Lee, W. Heath, D. Ormson, G. Voightschildy S Murphy Second row Asst Coach
Mr, Elliott, G. Robison, J. Bond, J. Walden, J. Crawford, M. Simpson. Top row C White J Barnharst E
Koca, E. Bell, A. Crary, M. Murphy.
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Robinson, G. Miller, D. Dahlke, B. Rhutasel, G. Bigalke, M. Davis, I. Wehman, Coach York.
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Diana Haschke, Carlene Haske,
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Bottom row: C. Nelson, H. Jensen, J . Dvorak, D. Dahlke, J. Robinson.
Top row: Mr. Haugh, H. Betthauser, K. Schafer, J. Macomber, D. Lamson, L. Rurup,
G. Bigalke, T. Bond.
Bottom Row: Mr. Patton, D. Lamson, R. Donovan, M. Lee, Bi. Rhutasel, W. Olson, J
Waterbury, Mr. Justes-sn. Top row: D. Nelson, J. Georgeson, F, Tierney, H. Hicks
QQ. D. Bowen, B. Carpenter, T. Kennedy, L. Harrison.
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Bottom row: J. Waterbury, B. Bowen, G. Jensen, M. Heath, H. Hicks, J. Robinson.
Second row: L. Harrison, J. Macomber, D. Dahlke, K. Clary, W. Olson, L. Moravek,
T. Bond. Top row: J. Harebo, D. Rurup, L. Stenholt, L. Kriegl, J. Georgeson, C.
Larson, G. Bigalke, I. Wehman.
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Front row: A. Nelson, L. Langer, S. Larson, B. Crawford, G. Fish, M. Owens, E. Tiber,
Miss Cooper. Second row: K. Schroeder, S. McMahon, J. Haske, S. Robinson, H.
Clawson, G. Lutz, K. Stickney, J. Zindorf, L. Nelson. Third row: E. Dvorak, R. Petrick,
A. Hansen, H. York, E. Pusel, A. Hitzler, M. Clawson, K. Davis, L. Jensen. Top row:
J. Pitel, J. Jensen, J. Petrick, B. Davies, P. Hansen, C. McKewin, J. Christensen, B.
Durec, K. Flagg, J. Pitel.
First row, left to right: H. Clawson, Treasurer, M. Owens, Vice-President, J. Pitel
President, K. Flagg, Secretary. Back row, left to right: A. Hitzler, Reporter, J. Pitel
Parliamentariang B. Durec, Historian.
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Johnson, L, Hicks, L. Edgerton, L. Hansen. Second row: J. Dvorak, L. Allen, T
Haschke, S. Benson, S. Pudlo, R. Ferdon, G. Jensen, J. Krotzman. Third row: P
Selkey, J. Barnharst, R. Neitzel, D. Haske, J. Bell, M. Murphy, P. Hagen, W. Liepold
Top row: C. Lewis, E. Koca, G. Gray, E. Bell, G. Bigalke, C. Larson, U. Jensen, A
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son, Presidentg L. Allen, Secretary. Back row left to right: G. Bigalke, Parliamentar-
iang P. Selkey, Reporter.
Bottom row, left to right: A. Erdman, E. Ristow, S. Smith, D. Haske, J. Robinson, R. Mortensen, M. Owens
Mr. Kohn. Second row: C. Litkea, L. Jensen, K. Schroeder, S. McMahon, M. Henkel, K. Gobar, M. Lee, R.
Stickney. Third row: K. Dom, J. Hansen, S. Davies, L. Davis, M. Clawson, K. Voightschild, J. Granger, C.
Haske, H. York. Fourth row: C. McKewin, J. Jensen, B. Durec, H. Walden, R. Thompson, K. Flagg, E. Dvorak,
K. Sampson, M. Nelson. Top row: R. Archambeau, B. Rhutasel, H. Cure, T. Batko, J. Pitel, M. Christmann,
C. Ulrich, M. McCathie, B. Davies.
Pep Club Officers: Pres., J. Robinson, Sec., M. Lee, Vice-Pres., R. Mortensen,
Treas., C. Ulrich
Bottom row, left to right: Mr. Richmond, C. Greeno, L. Edgerton, L. Hicks, A. Greeno, S. Hemenway, G. Fish
L. Langer, Mrs. Gobar, Second row: L. Wagie, L. Nelson, J. Zindorf, G. Lutz, J. Haske, J. Felker, H. York
E. Gieske, J. Sampson, M. Hicks, K. Gobar, M. Lee, R. Stickney, K. Davis, J. Bond, K. Dorn, M. Nelson, S
Mason. Third row: E. Dvorak, K. Sampson, C. Bryant, B. Peck, M. Halverson, K. Larson, R. Petrick, M
White Eagle, E. Haschke. Top row: H. Walden, B. Davies, L. Regelin, M. McCathie, M. Christmann, B. Bowen
W. Leipold, W. Olson, J. Macomber, A. Thompson.
Top row: H. Faulkner, C. Bryant, K. Voightschild, L. Regelin, B. Brasch.
Second row: S. Smith, A. Crary, Mrs. Gobar, S. Hemenway, B. Peck, R. Petrick.
Sponsored by: Wis. Power and Light Company, Tomah, Wis., Frank's Barber Shop, New Lisbon, Wis., Bassi-
inette, Tomah, Wis., Towne Shop, Tomah, Wis.
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Back to anot'her year after I1 good vacation.
Anyone have a comb? Pictures today.
Teachers meeting. Goody! Goody!
Lost close football game to Mauston. Darn!
Class meetings. Who got what?
Football game at DeSoto. Lost again.
Big day for the Juniors. Picked out their class rings.
Congratulation boys!! Won football game at Cashton.
"Ossie" came to talk to us on safety.
Water pipes broke. Wasn't that a nice break?
Got the pipes fixed and had to come back.
Lost game to Elroy on our field.
Started brush hauling for the bonfire. What a riot!
Wonewoc defeated us on Parents' Day.
Oh! Oh! State inspectors today. Be on your toes!
Bonfire and Snake Dance. Sure had fun.
Homecoming! Queens Mary and Eileen and Kings Jerry and Tom.
Also finished up taking Senior pictures. Crime isn't it.
Aren't they cute!! Seniors' proofs came back.
Sing sweet. Vocal music concert.
Teachers convention today and tomorrow. Aren't we glad?
Freshmen got it today. Initiation.
Basketball game with Bangor here. Nice goin? boys.
F.H.A. meeting in Hillsboro.
Mauston defeated us on their floor.
Oh boy! Girls get their chance at the boys today.
Another vacation! Thanksgiving.
Retakes for Seniors. Better be satisfied this time.
Lost basketball game to Necedah on our floor.
Juniors are all in a dither. Class rings came.
Defeated Westby on their fioor. Good going.
Senior pictures came. Oh horrors!
Lost to Sparta. How discouraging.
Elroy beat us on their floor.
Christmas Dance. Queen Janet and King Gale reigned.
Christmas vacation started. Had a swell time.
Had to come back and start work again.
Teenage dance here. A real mixer.
Basketball Homecoming. Queen Ruthie and King Marv lead the march
Be My Valentine. One day vacation too.
Forensics meet here. Keep working winners.
Music elimination contest. Pretty low spirits. Don't blame 'eml
League Forensic at Elroy. Congratulations, Wayne.
Armed Services Day. Serve your county.
Reedsburg Music Contest. Good work, Helen, John, Margo and Harriet.
Baseball game at Wonewoc.
Class Play. Big relief for the director.
Seniors' class trip. A day not to be forgotten.
Any seniors tired or--??
Band and Music Festival at Reedsburg.
Junior Prom. Dance me loose.
State Music Festival. Quite an honor.
Baccalaureate at night.
Annual Night. Thank goodness it came.
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professions. The lines show that in ten years these people will be in the following places:
Marvin Lee lives in Elroy and runs a swank drive called "The Slop Shot."
John Macomber is a lawyer with a staggering fee.
Sandra McMahon is busy at her beauty shop cutting people's hair.
Ruth Mortensen has finally settled down to a home' life.
Wayne Olson has just hit broadway and is starring in "Lov ely You."
Mary Owens has control of her own gambling casino.
Barbara Peck is head of the speech department at the University.
Ruth Petrick is dancing in a night club in Milwaukee.
Judy Pitel is broadcaster of farm news on channel 3.
Edna Pusel owns the famous "Whistle Stop" and does her own cooking.
Louise Regelin has just been chosen the 1968 Alice-In- Da iryland.
Eileen Ristow is happily married and is studying nursing.
Jeannette Robinson and Verlyn were finally married and own a chain of night clubs.
Jerry Robinson is teaching girls Phy. Ed. in La Crosse.
Karen Schroeder is giving swimming lessons in Florida.
Romelle Stickney is now singing up in the north woods.
Carole Ulrich is chief welder for General Motors.
Helen Walden is grinding feed with Jim.
Myles Larson is still trying to build a rocket to fly to the moon.
Lyle Allen is a hunter in Africa suffering from the heat.
John Belsky directs dancing at Arthur Murray's studios.
Harold Betthauser is an auctioneer in the Belgium Congo.
Gale Bigalke is married to Ruth Ann Thompson and the Owner .of Ron's Grocery Store.
Marilyn Christmann, with her cornet, has surpassed Harry James.
Mildred Clawson, a beautician, now waves and curls your hair.
Duane Cleven is still red capping at the New Lisbon depot.
Thomas Bond is a jet mechanic at an Alaskan Air Force base.
Harriet Cure is happily married and is teaching Phy. Ed. in California.
Lorraine Davis, disillusioned in her love, has joined the Waves.
David Dahlke owns and operates the Milwaukee Journal.
Marvin Davis is playing basketball with the Boston Celtics.
John DeLap is game warden of Juneau County.
Arliss Erdman and Bob are married and are busy raising kids.
Barbara Durec teaches Home Ec. in Necedah.
Hazel Faulkner is now assistant librarian to Ethel Dowden.
Katie Gobar owns a pop corn standg she sells it by the kernel.
Karen Flagg joined the Waves to find Pete.
Janet Granger has received her cap and is a full-fledged nurse.
Arliss Hansen is a tymphany player for the well-known Mr. Domres.
Jim Harebo is Sheriff of Juneau County.
Anna Hitzler operates a dieting school for girls.
Marcella Henkel is a registered nurse in Chicago.
Lorraine Jensen is now producing the Arthur Godfrey Talent Show.
Clayton Jacobson is a ranch owner in Texas.
Eugene Jensen is president of the Better Builders Construction Company.
Joyce Jensen has a column on love problems.
Larry Kriegl is the new manager of the DuPont Chemical Research Labs.
George Wood has taken over as President of the Modern Farmer's Association.
Douglas Rurup is now owner of Cozy's and is making good money.
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