New London High School - Classmate Yearbook (New London, WI)

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'P Wh K Y , ,J V up 1 , Te, ,fx,?a4...q-f Ui, M .. . ,, ,,,, qi, , 1 4, hz. ya l 3.151 ' nw . -.H , FU. - 3' "-. I , Ig-. Jr, ' ..1 ASQ. ,...'s.Sf ,- a f N 4- . wk ff" .., -.. .A - N.- x I- ,1-,,. .- fn.121:,.7': "-L 'fm 3, , ' v . r .1 l 5:'..1.f7 , . I.'!ij'f-- . -Cv - ,,' il.-T' The 1952 ANNIVERSARY IEDITION of the CIASSMATE ,.,,,r W' rv Presented by 'I'I-IIE SIENIOR CLASS Washington I-Iigh SeIwoI New London, Wisconsin Q .. Xff lx 1 5 1 Y , 9? ' f ' , v . - 1 S 'A Xa t W Q V5 , . 1 ' L 'E 'bl A ,A ,lv gQJ 1 QQ, Q f , ,al six 4 vicar I 3 X I 1 ' 5 1 ,at It 1 hi v ' 0 .1 Q' A nf ' dl Q o 0 Rfk v 'W':52'w5f?if3?ne 4, 4 . Q A k it g wmwm Q 5 E E wg ,Q 4 If ae Q - M, . yu A x I ..u , O ,Y Wy? , Q Q is S 3 K Y is SQA? ap W QQ? F' 22 W X X ' if 1 O FOREWARD As Freshmen we were called "green" and we lived up to our name. As Sophomores we had gained a little more confidence. In our Jun- ior year, we considered ourselves quite mature and commanded respect, but as Seniors - well, we thought there was nothing quite like us. Now that we are ready to leave, we, the Senior Class of 1952, of Washington High School, wish to leave a brief resume of our last year. We hope we have succeeded in this our 1952 CLASS- MATE. M 2 W 2 y E Y Vis s , Iv Q? ,MW I J i V . J, i B ZW' V 6152: n In 7 I i Wx ,H B' ,Q A W I 3' V Wh W1 Table of Contents ADMINISTRATION Board of Education and Administrators -- - ..... --- Faculty ............................. SENIORS ..... .......... . . ..... ---.. ....... ---- CLASSES Junior Class ....... -- --- -- ..... -------- Sophomore Class ..... -- ........ ......... - - Freshman Cllass .......................... ......... ORGANIZATIONS AND ACTIVITIES 'School Daze ...................... Annwal Staff .................... .................... Student Council ..................... .. ...... ----..---- Pep Club ......................... -- ..... --- Girls' Athletic Association .... ......... N Club ....... , ................. ...... Future Homemakers of America --- Future Farmers of America, ........... -- --- Vocal Mus'c .............. ......... ..... - - Band ..... .... - -- - ........ ------- Forensics --- .................... ------ --- - Biology Club -- .... ................ ..... , - - Camera: Club .... ........ ....... ......... ..... Projector Club -- -- .......... ....... - --- Dramatics .................... - - ....... ..... Thespians ...... -- ..... ..... ..... - - Prom ..... ..... ....... - ...... - ATHLETICS Football -- ................ ,- .................. --- Basketball ...........- -- ......... ..... - - Track .............. .- --- ............ ------- Baseball ............... ...... ....... ..... Calendlar -- ----- 5 ln Sincere Appreciation John F- Croak R. J. McMahon E. C. Jost 7' l Superintendent of Schools Deceased Dr. J. W. -Monsted, Sr. Henry R. Stern Deceased Mrs. Fred J. Pfeifer Albert O. Zerrenner Not Shown Not Shown On September 1, 1932, the city of New London commemorated the opening of the new Washington 'High School. This beautiful, modern building was made possible through the efforts of mlany people, but foremost in our thoughts are the members of the Board of Education and Superintendent of Schools at that time. They are the people who spent many hours studying plans, formulating ideas, and tending to details as the building progressed, It is in appreciation of their hard work and forethought that we. twenty years hence, wish to honor them by making this. . . Dedieation 6 Our Administrators E r l To Seniors: An article written by J. -C. Penny on "How.My Faith I-Bas Helped Me" contains a. paragraph which best expresses my sentiments. "If I could get a message over to the youth of this country, it would be that success in life does not depend HL G. KNAUDTSON on genius. Any person of normal intelligence, who is Superintendent morally sound, above board in his dealings, and not Eau Claire State. Teachers afraid of work, should succeed in spite of obstacles and College - B- S- handicaps, if he plays the game fairly ,and squarely and University of WiSc0nsin'Ph' M' keeps everlastingly at it. The possibilities before one fare measured by the determination which is within one." Sincerely yours, H. G. Knudtson, Sfup't. AUSTIN F. CHRIST Principal Oshkosh State Teachers Oollege - B. E. Lawrence College - M. A. Student Council Mrs. M. Brown, Dr. M. A. Borchardt, Dr. G. Kopp, Mr. A. Pichelmeyer, Mr. A. C. Smith. Not shown: fDr. K. Hammerberg. MAURICE E. BLEICK Lawrence Conserva- tory of Music, Mus. B, Band DOROTHY L. EDKINS Wisconsn State Col- lege River Falls, - B.S. English, Reg. Library. Counseling JOHII F. BROWN Wisconsin State Col- lege Oshkosh - B.S. Gen. Math., Physics, Chemistry, Camera Club MRS. E. J. FLANAGAN Wisconsin State College Milwaukee, English 'ZOH2 LLI2LL 'I-LARRIET G. OARLS ON Wisconsin State Col- lege, Whtewater, B.E., Commercial Annual MARC ELLA .M. HOEFFS' Wisconsin .State Col- lege Oshkosh, - B.S., English, Latin, For- ensics, Senior Class DONALD T. CLARKE Wisconsin State 'Cloi- lege Platteville - B.S. Industrial Arts, His- tory, Civics. Football, Basketball DONOVAN 'Ck HO'HM.AiN Wisconsin State 'Col- lege River Falls - B.S. Agriculture, F.F.A. OLIVE F. CRAWFORD Central State 'Oollege - B.S. English, History, Prom, 'Counseling TED 'H.ULET University of Wisconsin - B.S. Vet Training Program Play, Counseling MARION J. HUPPLER University of Wisconsin - B.A. English, Forensics, Counseling VERMONT JOHNSON University of Wisconsin - B. S. General Science, Basketball, Track, Football 8 DON E. JON-ES Lawrence College B.A. English, Thespians, Forensics CSeptemberJ CYRIL KLUEVER Wisconsin .State Col lege River Falls - B.S. Biology, Biology Club Biaseb-all, Prom EVERETT H. KLINZING Wisconsin State Col- lege, Platteville - B32 Mathematics, Pep Club, Textbook Library ROY B. LIPPART St. Ollaf College - B.A. Economics, Civics, Prom O A5LLl2L!OlAIi2 AUDREY L. MILLEIR Wisconsin State Col- lege Whitewater - B.E. -Commercial, School Daze, School Treasurer PAUL G. PLANTICO ARDEN AN'N JAMES H. Marquette POLZIN ROCKWEI-'L University - Ph, B, Lawrence College-B.S. Stout Institute - B.S. University of English, Thespians Industrial Arts Wisconsin - M. A. History, Visual Aids, Projector Club D. JOAN TIPLER Wisconsin lege LaCrosse - B.S. Physical Educaton, Prom IHEIROLD R. OLSON Wisconsin State Col- lege Whitewater - B.E. Commercial Annual, fSeptember to February! LESTER E. SCHTULZ Lawrence -Conserva- tory of Music Mus. B. Vocal Music EDWARD J. O'NEILL University of Wisconsin - BLS. Physical Education, Football, Basketball. Track EVELYN SUOMI Stout Institute - B.S, Momemaking, F.H.A. E LOLA VAN QRNUM CECELLA C. LUCILLE BABE State Col- Central State Col- KNAPSTEIN Col'umbia Hospital, lege - B.S. Gfrcgg School - Marquette I-Iomemaking, Prom -Clhicago University - B.S. School Secretary Public Health Nurse Pep Club, G.A.A. 9 .4 v X X ...Ei f , N ew? sf X K . E 'Wx Lum - Semiimrs President, James Madden, Vice President, Carmen Breitenfeldtg Secretary, Keith Weyenbergg Treasurer, Joyce Klingbeil. O ony To the melancholy strains of the organ, the Senior class marched slowly out of the auditorium. A few of the- girls were weeping softly and several of the boys were trying to hide their efforts to blink back the tears by bending their heads solemnly. I That scene is quite a contrast to .a day in September :almost four years ago. On that day, we, who are Seniors now, filed into the auditorium laughing with our friends .and trying so hard to look older land act experienced. Unfortunately, the fact that we were "Fresh" stood out all over us. Our skirts were too short, our manner was not confident, and our lips were not painted. 'The hope that high school would be one big social whirl was soon found to be a mistaken idea. After summer vacation, we came back with boundless enthusiasm. As Sophomores, we began to search for new worlds to conquer, and conquer we did! Athletics, music, forensics, and dramatics fell before our talented forces. "Ther Wallflower Cuts In," o'ur Junior one-act play, brings back memories of hard work and much fun. In the spring came more work and fun preparing for the annual Junior prom. We danced to the soft tones of "Harbor Lights" in a world of b-l'uef, lit by a lighthouse, guarded by sailors. "Our Miss Brooks, our mirthful 'Senior Class play, set the pace for our last yelar at Washington High. It was carried on in our one-act comedy, "S-he Married Well." Now that we have come to the star we've been reaching for, let us look ahead into the future with pleasant memorie-s, serious faces, great ambitions, and 'unlimited determination, knowing that we fare prepared to "Go Forth to Serve." Winners of the Gold "N" of l952 BAND Marguerite Allen Gfail Blondey Joan ZDeGroff Kathleen Hass Lela Hoffmann David 'I-llolsen Ruth Kalwitz Joyce Klingbeil Bernard Krueger Esther Meyers Patti Ann Netzler Shirley Schilleman FORENSIOS Barbara, Becker Kathleen Hass Lorraine Manske Patti Ann Netzler Shirley Schilleman F. F. A. Willard Br'uss Wayne Kohl James Madden Gilbert Oberstadt William Ruhsam Sheldon Rusch Rollin Tews Keith Weyenberg Duaine Young Ralph Much F. H. A. Rosemary Everts 12 ATHLETICS Keith Breyer Carmen Breitenfeldt Richard Peterson William Ruhsam Eugene Weber PERFECT ATTENDANCE Lorraine Manske Orla Sommer MARGUERITE ALLEN "Keyboard Capers" FHA 1, 2, 3, 43 ,School Daze Staff 3, 43 Annual Staff 43 Pep Club 43 Band 2, 3, 43 Mixed Chorus 1, 2, 3, 43 Prom Com- mittee 3 DONNA BELLILE Pee Wee "Music By The Angels" School Daze 'SIU3.ff 2, 3, 43 An- nual .Staff -43 Mixed Chorus 1, 2, 3, 43 Prom Committee 3 ELSIE BORGWARDT "I-llow Do You Like Your Eggs In The Morning" School Daze Staff 43 Glee Club 1, 23 Mixed Chorus 3, 43 Prom Committee 3 CARMEN CBREITENFELDT Bender "One Of 'The Roving Kind" Glass Vice President 43 Cam- era Club 23 Biology Club 4, Student Council 43 Football 1, 2, 3, 43 Basketball 1, 23 N Club 3, 43 Prom Committee 3 JOAN BRUSS "Dream A Little Dream Of Me" JOAN E. BUSKJERK "I Never Talk Much" GAA 33 Prom Committee 3 BARBARA L. BECKER Barb "I Love The Sunshine Of Your Smile" One-act Play 33 Senior Class Play 43 Thespians 43 One-act P-lay Director 43 School Daze Staff 2, 3, 43 Annual Staff 43 Forensics 1, 2, 3, 43 GAA 1, 2, 33 Biology Cllub 3, 4, Presi- dent 43 Student fCo,uncil 3, 4: Pep Club 1, 2, 3, 43 Prom Com- mittee 3 GAIL G. BLONDEY "The Day Isn't Long Enough" Senior Class Play 43 FI-IZA 1, 23 School Daze Staff 3, 43 Annual Staff 43 Camena, Club 33 GAA 1, 2, 3,43 Band 1, 2, 3, 43 Thes- pians 43 Prom Committee 3 EVERETTE BOVEE Ev "The World Is Mine" One-act P-lay 3, 43 BIAA 2, 33 Football 2, 3, 43 Track 3, 43 Prom Committee 3 KEITH E. BREYER, "Mr, Touchdown, U.'Sf.A." 'Cllass President 13 'C-lass 'Sec- retary 33 One-act Play 1, 3, 43 Annual Staff 43 BIAA, 1, 2, 3, Vice President 33 ,Student Council 43 Football 1, 2, 3, 43 Co-Captain 43 Baseball 1, 2, 3, 43 Track 1, 2, 3, 43 N Club 2, 3, 4, President 43 Prom Com- mittee 3 WILLARD W. BRUSS Willie "Everything Happens To Me" FEA. 1, 2, 3, 4, Treasurer 43 BIAA 1, 23 Biology Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Vice President 33 Stud- ent Oouncil 33 Football 2, 43 Baseball 1, 2, 3, 43 Track 3, 43 'N 'Club 3, 43 Prom Clommittee 3 JOYCE E. BUTTOLPH "Little Girl" GAA 13 Mixed Chorus 1, 2, 33 Prom Committee 3 PATRICK CARR Red "Handsome Stranger" FFA 45 Transferred from Mil- Waukee 4 EDWIN A. DANKE "A Little Bit Independent" FFA 1, 2, 3, 45 BIAA 15 Prom Committee 3 JOAN M. DeGROFF Joanie "Music, Music, Music" .Senior Olass Play 45 Thespiau 45 Forensics 25 Pep 'Club 1, 2. 3, 4, Treasurer 3, Secretary 45 Band 1, 2, 3, 45 aGIlee Club 1, 25 Prom Committee 3 JACQUELIN F. DORSCHCNER Jacci "Doi.n' What -Comes Naturally" GAA 1, 2, 35 Cheerleader 15 Glee Club 1, 25 Mixed 'Clhorus 3, 45 Prom 'Committee 3 ROSEMARY A. EVERTS "Girl Of My Dreams" EI-IA 1, 2, 3, 4, P-resident 4, Treasurer 25 School 'Daze Staff 3, 45 Annual Staff 45 GAA 15 Glee Club 1, 25 Prom Commit- te 3 RONALD J. FINGER Ron 'iA. Pretty Girl Is A Deadly Weapon" FFA 1, 25 School Daze .Staff 2, 35 Annual Staff 3, 45 Cam- era Club 2, 3, 45 Situdent Coun- cil 45 Prom Committee 3 ELIZABETH F. C-LOSE Betti "Dark Eyes" Mixed Chorus 1, 2, 3, 45 Prom Committee 3 LEON N. DANKE Lee "And So To Sleep Again" FFA 1, 2, 3, 45 BIA.A 1, 25 Student Council 45 Football 2, 45 Baseball 2, 3, 45 Track 35 Prom Committee 3 GERALDINE J. DIESTLER Gerry "Dance Me Loose" School 'Duaze 1Sta.ff 2, 35 Com- era -Club 25 GAA 1, 2, 35 Mixed Chorus 2, 3, 45 P-rom Commit- tee 3 LYLE J. ERNST "Why Does It -Get So Late So Early" One-act Play 25 'Senior 'Cflass Play 45 FFA 1, 2, 35 Annual Staff 45 BIAA 1, 25 Pep Club 2, 3,45 Baseball 1, 2, 3, 45 Prom 'Committee 3 LAVERNE C. FERMANICH, H1 Got Rhythm" Annual Staff 45 School 'Daze Staff 45 Biology Club 45 Mixed Chorus 2, 35 Prom Committee 35 Transferred from Ma.naw'a 2 DONNA L. FRECHETTE "A Pretty Girl Is Like A Mel- Odyn Annual .Staff 45 Pep Cllub 4, Secretary-Treasurer 45 Cheer- leader 45 Mixed Chorus 45 Transferred from Shawano 4 ANITA E. GAUE-RKE "Touch Of Genius" FHA 2, 3, 45 Forensics 3, 45 Mixed Chorus 15 Prom Com- mittee 3 PATRICIA M. GROAT Pat "Breezing Along" School Daze Staff 3, 45 An- nual Staff 45 Forensics 2, 3, 45 GAA 2, 35 Biology Club 3, 45 Prom Committee 3 DONNA J. GRUNWALD "We All Have A Song In Our He4art" Glass President 25 One-act Play 35 Annual Staff 45 Mixed Chorus 1, 2, 3, 45 Glee 'Club 1, 2, 3, 45 Prom Committee 3 VIRGINIA HAT'I-IAWAY Peanuts "Heart As Big As Texas" Gflee Club 1, 2, 35 Ml:-.ed Chorus 4: Prom Committee 3 LELA ll-HOFFMANN Lee "Far Away Places" .School Daze Staff 45 Annual Staff 45 One-act Play 45 G-AA 1, 2, 35 Band 1, 2, 3, 45 Prom Committee 3 JANET E. 'I-LUEBNER "Too Marvelous For Words' GA.A 15 Mixed Chorus 1, 2, 3, 45 Prom Committee 3 RUTH M. GORE Boots "P'uss 'n Boots" FHA 3, 45 Prom 'Committee 3 CAROL J. G1R.UETZMACHER "All The Things You Are" FHA -1, 2, 3, 45 Glee Club 15 Mixed Chorus 3, 45 Prom Com- mittee 3 KATHLEEN Y. HASS. Kate "Petite Waltz" One-Act P1ay5 Thespian Play 3, 45 Senior Class Play 45 Thes- piians 2, 3, 45 President 4, Secretary-Treasurer 35 One- Act P-lay Director 3, 45 School Daze Staff 2, 3, 45 Annual Staff 45 Forensics 2, 3, 45 Biology Club 2, 3, 4, Secretary 2, 3 ,4, Treasurer 25 .Student Oouncil 2, 35 Band 1, 2, 3, 45 Glee 'Club 25 Prom Committee 3 GERIDARDT 'HOFFMAN G. P. "Back In The Saddle Again" FFA 1, 2, 3, 45 BIAA 1, 25 Camera Club 1, 2, 35 Projector Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Vice President4 DAVID- HOLSEN -Dave "The ,Man With The Horn" BIAA 1, 25 Camera Club 2, 3, 45 Student Council 45 Football 15 Band 1, 2, 3, 45 Projector 'Cllub 1, 2, 3, 4, President 45 Prom Committee 3 WILLIAM J. HUNTLEY Bill "Don't Fence Me In" BIAA 25 Football 1, 25 Bas- ketball 1, 25 Baseball 1, 2, 3, 45, Prom 'Committee 3 DONALD JEFFERS "Racing With The Moon" FFA 1, 2, 3, 4, BIAA 1, 2, Football 1, 2, Projector Club 2, 3, 14, Prom Committee 3 RUTH C. KALWITZ Ruthie "Sugar And Spice And Every- thing Nice" Band 1, 2, 3, 4, Prom Commit- tee 3 J OYCIE KLINGBEIL HJOU "Laughing On The Outside" Class Treasurer 43 Band 1, 2, 3, 4, Secretary 4, Prom Com- mittee 3 BARBAARA A. KOEBEL Babs "I Was ,Here As A Freshman" Mixed Chorus 13 Transferred out as a Sophomore, Trans- ferred in from Milwaukee 4 BERNARD K. KRUEGIER Butch "Take Me Back 'To My Boots And Saddle" BIAA 13 Track 23 Band 1, 2. 3, 4, Prom Committee 3 DONALD LUBITZ Dock "Six Feet Deep" Annual Staff 3, 43 BIAA 33 Camera Club 2, 3, 4, President 3, 43 Biology Club 2, 3, Pro- jector Cllub 3, 43 Pr-om 'Com- mittee 3 BETTY E. JOHNSON Betsy "nCan't I-llelp Loving That Guy" Mixed Chorus 1, 2, 3, Prom Committee 3 JAMES A. KLATT Jim "I Like The Wide Open Spaces" BIAA 23 Basketball 1, 2, Base- bfall 1, 23 Prom Committee 3 MAVYNARD KLINGBEIL Klink "No Sad Songs For Me" Basketball 13 Baseball 1, 23 Prom Committee 3 WAYNE C. KOHL Pete "Tell Me" FFA 1, 2, 3, 4, .Secretary 43 BIAA 1, 2, 33 Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4, Track 4, Prom Committee 3 'CLAROL J. LANGNER "Streamline Gal" School Daze Sltaff -4, Mixed Chorus 1, 2, 33 Glee Club 1, 2, 3: Prom 'Committee 3 BARBABRA A. LUFT Barb "Embraceable You" Class 'Secretary 23 Thespians 43 Senior Class Play 43 School Daze Staff 2, 3, 4: .Annual Staff 4, GAA 1, 2, 3, Secre- tary-Treasurer 33 Glee Club 1, 2, Prom Committee 3 JAMES E. MADDEN Jim "What This Country Needs" Class President 45 Senior Class Play 45 FFA 1, 2, 3, 4, Presi- dent 4, Secretary 35 BIAA 1, 2, 35 Biology Club 45 Situdent Council 3, 4, Vice President 3, 45 Football 45 Basketball 1, 2, 35 Track 1, 2, 3, 45 N Club 45 Prom Committee 3 LORRAINE E. .MANSKE "They Say It's Wonderful" FHA 2, 3, 45 School Daze Staff 3, 45 Annual Staff 45 Forensics 3, 45 One-act play 45 GAA 1, 25 Biology Club 3, 45 'Clhorus 1, 2, 3, 45 Prom 'Committee 3 AUDREY M. MATZ "Real True Gal" Prom Committee 3 MARY JAYNE MCFAUL Jayne "Oh, You Beautiful Red-Head" Annual Staff 45 Forensics 15 GlAA 1, 2, 3, 4, President 35 Glee Club 1, 2, 35 Prom Com- mittee 3 DIANA H. MEYER fGoddessJ "Diane" FHA 2, 3, 45 Prom Commit- tee 3 ARDYCE MILLER "Sweetheart Of Sigma Chi" Mixed Chorus 45 Prom 'Com- mittee 3 DOROTHY MALLIET Butch "I Want To Be With You To- night" Senior Class Play 45 FHIA 1, 2, 3, 45 Annual Staff 45 ,School Daze Staff 35 GAA 15 Mixed Chorus 1, 2, 3, 45 Prom 'Com- mittee 3 RIOILARD' W. MARCKS iDick "I Don't Want To Set The World On Fire" FFA 1, 25 BIAA 1, 2, 35 'Cum- era 'Calub 35 Basketball 45 Base- ball 45 Track 3, -45 Prom 1Com- mittee 3 MAUDE- I. MCCLONE "Stay As ,Sweet As !Yo'u Are" GAA 15 Biology Club 45 Glee Club 15 Mixed Chorus 3, 45 Prom Committee 3 CAROL MEINHARDT "Mona Lisa Smile" One-act Play 25 Thespians 3, 45 Senior Class Play 45 FHA- 1, 2, 3, 45 Annual 'Staff 45 ,Mixed Clhorus 1, 2, 3, 45 Prom Com- mittee 3 ESTHER MEYERS "Fancy Fingers" School Daze Staff 3. 4: Annual Staff 45 Band 1, 2, 3, 45 Prom Committee 3 DONALD MORAWEK Don "Fun .And Fancy Free" BIAA 25 Tnack 1, 2, 3, 45 N Club 25 Mixed Chorus 45 Prom Committee 3 RALPH J. MUCH "I Love You Much Too Much" FFA 1, 2, 3, 43 Truck 4 GILBERT W. OBERSTADT Gib "The Best Things In Life Are Free" FFA 1, 2, 3, 43 BIAA 1, 2, 3: Baseball 13 Prom Committee 3 DOROTHY J. PETERSON "You're My Everything" Mixed 'Chorus 3, 43 Prom Com- mittee 33 Transferred from Winneconne 2 JILL A. POLLEY "D'imples And Cherry Cheeks" One-fact Play 23 Thesp-ian Play 3, 43 Senior Class Play 43 Thespians 2, 3, 43 One-act Play Director 3, 43 Annual Staff 43 School Daze Staff 2, 3, 43 For- ensics 1, 2, 33 GAA 1, 2, 33 Biology Cluib 3, 43 Student Council 43 Prom Committee 3 FAITH POMERENING "Sunday Drivers" FIBA 1, 2, 3, 43 School Daze Staff 43 Annual Staff 43 Foren- sics 3, 43 GAA 1, 2, 3, 43 Biology Club 2, 33 Glee -Culub 1: Prom Committee 3 ROBERT RAITHEL Stretch "I've Got A Pocket Full of Dreams" Class Treasurer 23 BIAA 1, 23 Pep Club 43 Football 13 Bas- ketball 1. 2, 33 Baseball 2: Prom Committee 3 PATRICIA A. NETZLER. Patti "Swinging On A Star" One-act Play 1, 2, Thespian Play 2, 3, 43 All School one- act Play 33 Thespians 2, 3, 43 One-act Play Director 3, 43 'Senior -Clfass Play 43 School Daze Staff 2, 3, 43 Forensics 1, 2, 3, 43 Student Council 43 Band 1, 2, 3, 43 Prom Oommit- tee 3 KENNETH G. PAGEL Ken "Smoke Gets In Your Eyes" BIAA 2, 33 Biology Club' 2, 3, 43 'Track 3, 43 Prom Commit- tee 33 Transferred from Men- asha 2 RICHARD PETERSON Pete "Has .Anybody Seen My Gal?" BIAA 1, 23 Football 1, 2, 3, 43 Basketball 1, 2, 3, 43 Track 13 N Club 2, 3, 43 Prom Commit- tee 3 1-LAROLD C. POMPLUN "Tom Thumb" FFA 1, 2, 3, 43 BIAA 2, 33 Baseball 3, 43 Transferred out as fa Sophomore3 Transferred in from Marion 4 , ,C 'lx CAROL R. POPKE "After Graduation Day" Class Slecretary-Treasurer 33 Chorus 13 Prom Committee 3 ROSALY'N M. RI-IODEN Rosie "Beautiful, Beautiful Brown Eyes" One-act Play 43 School Daze Staff 43 Annual Staff 4: Chorus 1, 2, 33 Prom 'Commit- tee 3 I NANCY RILEY Nance "Sophisticated Lady" Senior Class Play 43 GAA 43 Mixed Chorus 43 Transferred from .Muskegon 'I-Leights, Mich- igan 4 JEANETTE E. ROMBERG "Painting The Clouds With Sunshine" School D.a:ze 3, 43 .GIAA 33 Prom Committee 3 WILLIAM M. RU!-PSAM Bill "The Girl That I Marry" Senior 'Glass Play 43 FFA 1, 2, 3, 4, Vice President 43 School Daze 'S-taff 43 Annual Staff 43 BIAA 1, 23 Biology Club 2, 3, 4, Treasurer 3, 43 Student Council 4, President 43 Foot- ball 1, 2, 3, 43 Track 1, 2, 3, 43 N Club 2, 3, 43 Prom Commit- tee 3 SI-IELDONW W. RUSCH Shelly "Take Me Out To The Ball- game" FFA 1, 2, 4, Vice President 33 BIAA 1, 23 Football 13 Base- ball 1, 2, 3, 43 Club 2, 3, 4, Vice President 43 Prom Com- mittee 3 JANUS. SCHELLIN lan "Slowpoke" FHA 1, 2, 3, 43 School Daze Staff 3, 43 Forensics 2, 3, 43 Biology Olub 43 Glee Club 1, 23 Prom 'Committee 3 VERYL F. SCI-IWARZ Schwarz "While We Dfanced, Danced. Da.nced" GA.A 13 Prom Committee 3 U CAROLINE IROCKTESCHLEL "Sunshine Girl" GAA 23 Mixed Chorus 1, 2, 3, 43 Prom 'Committee 3 JUNE M. RUDIE ' "Sweet Little Angel" One-act Play 33 Senior -Glass Play 43 School Daze Staff 43 Annwal Staff 3, 4, Editor 43 GAA 2, 33 Prom Committee 33 Transferred from Manawa 2 JOANN RUSOI-I Jo "Truly Truly Fair" Forensics 13 GAA 13 Mixed Chorus 2, 3, 43 Prom 'Commit- tee 3 RICHARD J. SALAMAN Dick "Time On My Hands" FFA 43 Prom Committee 33 Transferred from Chicago 2 SHIRLEY AN'N SCI-IILLEMAN "Stardust" fersl One-act Play 1, 23 Thespian Play 43 All-school One-Act Play 33 Senior 'Cllass Play 43 Thespians 2, 3, 4, Secretary- Treasurer 43 One-act Play Di- rector 3, 43 Annual Staff 43 Forensics 3, 43 Band 1, 2, 3, 43 Mixed 'Chorus 23 Prom Committee 3 ELLEN Nl. SCIHWEITZER "Home Cookin" Glee -Club 23 Mixed Chorus 3, 43 Prom Committee 3 JUANITA SKENADORE Junior t'Getti.ng To Know You" FHA 43 GAA 43 Transferred from Pulaski 4 DUANE W. SOMMER Pee Wee "I'm 'Sitting On Top Of The World" FFA 13 BIAA 1, 2, 3, 43 Pep Club 1, 2, 3, 43 Vice President 43 'Cheerleader 1, 2, 33 Foot- ball 2, 3, 43 Baseball 1, 2, 3, 43 N Club 43 Prom Committee 3 KEITH! D. STERN Chub "I Want A Lavender Cadillac" FFA 1, 2, 33 BIAA 1, 33 Stud- ent Council 4: Band 13 Mixed Chorus 3, 43 Prom Committee 3 ARDVEN W. TEWS "Onesy, 'Twosy" FFA 2, 3, 43 BIAA 1, 23 Baseball 13 Mixed -Chorus 43 Prom 'Committee 3 GERALD THAYER Jerry "Hey Goodlooking" BIAA 1, 23 Football 13 Track 1: Proiector Club 13 Prom Committee 3 DONNA M. THOMA "Girl With The Flaxen Hair" School Daze Staff 43 Prom Committee 33 Transferred from Bear Creek 3 if 322 if 3 . lf' if xv' W . JAN J. SKORCZEWTSKI "There's Nothing Like A Dame" One-act Play 23 Thespian Play 33 'Senior Class Play 43 Thes- pians 3, 43 FF.A 3, 43 BIAA 2, 3, 43 Projector Club 2, 3, 4, Secretary - Treasurer 3g Mixed 'Clhorus 43 Transferred from Sparta 2 ORLA SOMMEQR "School Days, School Daze" FHA 13 School Daze Staff 3, 43 Editor 43 Annual Staff 43 Biology 'Club 23 Glee Club 11 Mixed Chorus 2, 3, 43 'Class 'Secretary-Treasurer 13 Prom Committee 3 DONALD SWI'N'TON Don "Sunny Side Of Life" Senior Class Pllay 43 Forensics 1, 33 'Camera Club 2, 3, 43 Biology 'Cdub 2, 3, 43 Prom Committee 3 ROLL-IN J. TEWS, Jimmy "Baby Face" FFA 1, 2, 3, 43 BIAA 1, 23 Football 23 Track 2, 3, 43 Mixed Chorus 43 Prom Corn- mittee 3 RALPH W. THERN "Drifting And Dreaming" One-.act Play 1, 23 Thespians 2, 3, 43 Senior Class Play 43 BIAA 1, 2, 33 Projector Club 2, 3, 4, Vice President 33 .Sec- retary - Treasurer 43 Prom -Committee 3 EARL A. THORPE "Going Fishing" Football 1 l NOLAN G. WALLENFANG Toad "Lucky, Lucky, Lucky Me" Cllass Vice President 23 One- act Play 2, BIAA 1, 2, Pep Club 1, 2, 3, 4, 'Cheerleader 1, 2, 33 Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4, N Club 4, Prom Committee 3 MARY A. WALRATH "Mary's A Grand Old Name" FHA 15 GAA 1, 2, 3, Prom Committee 3 EUGENE Q. WEBER .Gene "I Dream Of Gene With The Light Brown Hair" Class Vice President 1, One- act Play 33 .School iD-aze 'Staff 43 Annual Staff 45 BIAA 1, 2, Pep 'Club 2, 3, 4, President 4, Football 1, 2, 3, 4, Basket- ball 1, 2, 3, 4, Co-'Captain 43 Baseball 1, 2, 3, 43 Track 43 N Club 2, 3, 4, Secretary-T.reas- urer 4, Prom Committee 3 KEITH WEYENBERG "I Get Ideas" FFA 1, 2, 3, -45 BIAA 1, 2, 35 Camera Club 25 Baseball 1, Track 2, 3, 4, Prom Commit- tee 3 .TEANNE M. WOLFE Jeanie "Little Miss Mischief" FHA 4, School Daze Staff 4, Annu'al Staff 4, GAA 1, 2, 33 Mixed Chorus 1, 2 1. Kathleen 'Hass 2. Ronald Finger 3. Anita Gauerke 4. June Rudie 4. Donna Walrath 6. Carol Meinhardt 7. Donna nGvrunwald . 8. Mary Walrath 9. Eugene Weber 10. James Madden I ! High Honor Students 11. Rosemary Everts 12. Keith Breyer 13. Barbara Becker 14. Shirley Schilleman 15. Patti Ann Netzler 16. Lyle Ernst 17. Dorothy Malliet 18. Jill Polley 19. Caroline Rockteschel 20. William Ruhsam 21 DONNA WALRATH "Me And My Shadow" FISA 15 GAA 1, 2, 3, Prom Committee 3 DANIEL WATERS'llR.ADT Dan "I've Got 'No Use For Women" Football 1, 2, 3, 4, Basketball 1, 2, 3, Prom Ciommittee 3 CAROLYN WES'TPH,AL Snookie "Dance Ballerina Dance" Chorus or Glee Club 1, 2, 3, 43 Prom Committee 3 .AUDREY WIENANDT Pinky "Hands Off My Heart" Mixed Chorus 1, 3, 4, Prom Committee 3 DUAINE YOUNG "It's The ID-reamer In Me" FFA 1, 2, 3, 4, BIAA 1, 23 Football 2, 33 Baseball 43 Track 1, 2, 3, 4, Prom Com- mittee 21. Joyce Klingbeil 22. Lela Hoffmann 23. Faith Pomerening 24. Barbara Luft 25. Gail Blondey 26. Orla Sommer 27. Joan 'De Groff 28. Lorraine Manske 29. Janus Schellin 30. Marguerite Allen "I make this presentation We shiall have music-- What's Cookin' "Now this is what we'l1 do Now you needrft bu afraid Classes wuz BME fga Uganda of fjims After three years of working hard ,at our studies we find We have but one year of high school left. Besides the work given to 'us by our teachers, we took part in many extra-curricular factivities. Of course, we can't forget our class rings. We certainly were eager to get them and naturally, we found them to be just as nice as we had anticipated. Then came the big event in 'the school life of all Juniors f "The Prom." We chose Du Waine Scheid for our prom king, and he in turn chose Marlene Meating as his queen. Our theme was "Aloha" and the gym was decorated accordingly. Along with our advisors, we put much work into the prom, but we were fully rewarded by its beauty and success. ,Now we are ready to go into our best year of high school, and we certainly hope it will be as nice as our first three have been. ROW THREE4: 'D-. Budwit, A. Crain, E. Bruss, L. Fisher, G. Bernegger, R. Frank, D. Berglund, J. Bauernfiend, B. Ferge. .R,O'W TWO: B. Faskell, S. Diestler, J. Brehmer, J. Flunker, B. Granger, D. Eiden, Cv. Drath, B. Fischer, D. Fredrick. ROW ONE: F. Baird, B. Egan, H. Fitzgerald, IH.. Everts, A. Berg, M. Christ, E. Borgwardt, E. Faskell. his ROW THREE: Di. Malliet, J. Liuberg, E. 'Heimb-ruch, J. Kidd, O. Kuehl, D. Kroll, M. Madden, T. Lathrop, F. Klaminski, E. 'I-Luettner, R. Knapstein. ROW TWO: M. Madden, J. Hzueittner, I. Griswold, C. McGinnis, D. Haase, R. Jaeger, J. Jacobs, J. Knuth, N. Konrad. ROW ONE: J. Knutson, D. Krenke, V. Hegewald, M. Hutchison, L. Hoffman, C. Hauk, J. Krueger, M. Lenz. 24 Class Officers Secretary, William Urban, President, Duwaine Scheidg Treasurer, FLOW THR Ellaine Neuman, Vice President, John Kidd. EE: B. Peters, S. Reinhardt, L. Paul, A. Pieper, R. Radley, J. Mullarkey H. Meshke, R. Peterson, C. Postel. R. Millerd, C. Rieckmann, L. Romberg. ROW TWO: M. Schoenrock, 'I-IL Meshnick, E. Neumann, A. Nolleinberg, 'Su Mc Peak, M. O'Connel1, R. McF.a'ul, M. Meating, S. Prahl, D, Prochnow. ROW ONE: M. Moudry, D. Priibbernow, A. Reinke, M. Paulson, D. Omernick, O Sfacket t, M. Moser. ROW THREE: D. Wolfrath, 'I-Z. Siewert, J. Thomas, D. Schoening, W. Urban, D- Scheid, L. Stern, D. Ziesman, O. Sommer. ROWi TWO: G. 2Sh.irla,nd, M. Young, D. Schimke, R. Tesch, J. Schimke, F. Snilhan N. Tietz, D. Steinbach. ROW ONE: B. Zempel, J. Zaug. M. Spiegelberg, S. Schroeder, T. Wolfe, L Sup-rise 25 Therenll Be Some Changes Made Not being mere Freshmen this year, we returned to school to be heard as well as seen. We considered ourselves lucky but found this year a hard struggle with algebra, biology, and World History. We didn't study all the time, however, as we found time to take part in many extra-curricular activities. We have a f.ne representation on the athletic field :as well as in music, dramatics, pep club and forensics. We elected Jan Edminster and Irene Kubisiak to represent us at the Homecoming dance. Under the leadership of Dave Wege, Larry Perkins, Mark Gorman, an-d Jane Edminster, our Sophomore year proved an active and busy year. We will return next year to work even harder as we'll be proud to be called Juniors, and we have much to look forward to. POW THREE: D. Brennenstuhl, 'D. Brown, M. Cornelius, J. Charlesworth R Bal thazor S. Brigham, G. Bruss, R. Diley, A. Burns, A. Danke, G. Bork ROW TWO: J. Beyers, C. Dorow, P. Brandow, M. Borchardt, G. Delzer, L Baxter M Coyle D. Danke, C. Eckhlart, J. Cornelius. ROW ONE: A. Bellile, M. Arndt, E. Bishop, SL Dorschner, B. D-anke, M Coopei Buelow, D. Cluff. ROW THREE: R. Flease, R. Fischer, G. Janke, A. Helms, L. I-Iilker, R hosklns C lH1dde, R. Evans, D. Hoerning., D. Krabbe, J. Edminster. ROW TWOI: L. Ingersoll, J. Groalt. M. Gauerke, L. Klein, B. Koval, M. Gorman M Fermanich, A-. Kolbe, J. Edminster, M. Handschke. ROW ONE: W. Hutchison, J. Knapp, B. Hverter, E. Krenke, M. Fritz, N Johnson D Henzel, S+. Herter, .M. Fuhrmann. 26 Class Oiffifgers L. Perkins, Student Council rep.: D. Wege, President: J. Edminster. Vim: President, M. Gorman, Secretary-Treasurer. ROW THZREE. A. Langlois, L. Perkins, R. Poppy, K. Pasch, D. Policy, R. Poepke. V. Reinert, V. Neubauer, L. Raddatz, D. Ritchie, J. Roloff, R. Plowman. ROW TWO: iD-. Kent, D. Lathrop, S. Penning, ,K. Paul, V. Marcks, A. Monsted. M. Krueger, LL. McDermott, R. M:a11iet. .ROW ONE: L. Rhoden, G. Longrie, J. Lund, E. Ruppel, K. Roberts, E. Michaclis, I. K'ubisia.k, D. Meyers, '01 ROW THREE: D. Van Alstine, R. Thayer, L. Rusch, R. Schoenrock, J. Swanson, J. Siewert, J. Schilleman, O. Sehuelke, R. Tews, B. Smerling. ROW TWO: L. Sasse, L. Schmandt, D. Wege, C. Thorpe, D. iR,uss, A. Scliurrllzv, Rusch, L. Sasse, 11-I. Spiegeltrerg. R. ROW ONE: 'D-. Wolfe, D. Siebert, P. Schuh, S. Timmel, C. Sommer, IX fTc'hefilf:1', D. White, P. Wolfrath. 27 Do I Gotta Go To School, Ma? This Freshman Crass, no exception to the rule, entered high school fille-d with pride at being here but confused about what to do next. Ofur first big task was becoming acquainted with all our new classmates, to say nothing of our mlany upper classmen. The next big job was electing class officers. They were: President, Marlin Reed: Vice President, Robert Luft, Secre- tary, Jan Peterson, Treasurer, Joy Girl Scheller. Yes, we were heard memorizing our "Combinations" and were referred to las sitting on the "shelf" b-ut we were enjoy- ing ourselves too much to utter .auny objections. Things improved toward the end of the year. and now we are looking forward to returning .as Siophomores ready to do an even better job. ROW 'IlHIREE: E. Bruss, R. Cartwright, J. Bes'aw, E. Beckman, R. Ehlke, J. Fer- m'31'1iCh. D. Dey, D. Drath, D. Daws, A. Wagner. W. Altenberger. O. Carey, J. Brehmer. .ROW TWO: J. Egan, B. Bauer, R. Danke, T. Allen, R. Boser, J. Everts. L. Else. P. Collier, J. Elsholtz, M. Greshamer, R. Casey. ROW ONE: L. Bacheller, B. Bucholtz, E. Dagel, N. Buskirk, N. Bruss, H. Hx Csabai, C. Bechard, Bz Butler, D. Baird, D. Braiatz, R. Amdt. ROW THREE: V. Gorges, R. Knutson, A. Handschke, R. Hlornes, R. Gorges, L. Holverson, G. Jennings, R. Knapp, K.. Kroll, P'. Kuppernuss, K. Jagoditsch, C. Graegel. ROW TWO: R. Luft, L. Kratzke, D. Gruetzmacher, W. Keeney, J. Herter, R. John- son, M. Knuth, R. Fritz, L. Langlois, G. Geske. ROW ONE: I. Gruetzmacher, G. Hueittl, ID. Lipke, D. Leppla, R. Kitzman, M Loughrin, M. Forster, R. li-lorries. 28 Class Officers Treasurer, Joy Girl Schellerg Secretary, Jan Peterson: Vice President, Robert Luft, President, Marlin Reed. ROW THREE: W. Much, J. Ruhsam, K. Nollenberg, D. O'Conne1l, B. Ritchie, M. .R.eed, J. Mullarkey, R. Palmer, R. Nutter, T. Gstermeier, O-. Runge. L. Slawall, D. Dewall. ROW TWO: M. Schimke, M. Malliet, S. Morack, J. Peterson, T. O'Neil, R. Meshnick. G. Noack, J. Scheller, E. Schimke, E. Penning. P. Pribbernow. ROW ONE: N. Rohloff, D. Pagel, R. Malliet. IF. Oertel, D. Romberg, B. Rohloff, L. Rousseau, R. Millard, J. Monsour, D. Prochnow. ROW THREE: J. Trambauer, J. Wernberg. F. Wangeline, A. Wagner, L. Steinberg R. Steinberg, G. Wienlandt, R. Webb, H. Wensel, W. Thoma, D. Spencer, R Worm, R. Tessen. ROW TWO: G. Wing, A. Schuh, D. Schwarz, D. Thoma, D. Westphal, J. Steckling D. S-choening, J. Zerrenner, P. Thayer. D. Suprise. ROW ONE: K. Sfwinton, H. Young, P. Wallenfang, P. Young. L. Spoehr, N. Water- stradt, J. Soffa, K. Stecklingf, M. Sommer, VD. Thomas. 29 M , ww TM,-yf Y' -,,, , ,.9T,,.,,.. .qw T, , X,! ww 'Z M ,W QQ 3' 5 iwgjff Nw vw-,w 2 S Muni ,.1:- . 'Q ' Q ,. iff V V .. , I R . 2? W " Q A if 4 F 'S W ' . ' if iz V :gms 1 Q f' f I .L ,fn 2 wi... .ll Activities ROW THREE L Manske L Paul, B. Becker, J. Polley, C. Breitenfeldt, W. Bruss, J Madden W Ruhsam K Breyer, P. Groiat, D. Thoma, D. Schimke, D. Wege. ROW TWO J Rudie B Luft O. Sommer, R. Everts, R. Rhoden, L. 'i-Ibffman, C. Meinhardt J Vlolfe J Huettner, G. Blondey, 'I-ll. Spiegelberg. ROW ONE K Hass E Borgwardt, C. Sackett, L. Hoffman, P. Netzler, M. Allen, M Madden I Kubisiak H Fitzgerald, D. Bellile. News ln A Nutshell School days were Carefree days for some of us. but for members of the School Daze staff there was much worry. Trying to get the right news and enough news brought wrinkles to the brows of the staff members and especially to Orla Som- mer, editor, .and Miss Miller, the staff advisor. Yes, our school piaper was different this year. No more mimeographing, etc. for the staff. Of course that did not mean no more work. Our proof-readers were kept very busy. The old saying "School daze coming out?" was heard every week on Thursday instead of every two weeks. We also exchanged our paper with other schools and colleges. Marguerite Allen was elected to keep the school scrapbook up to date. There Seems No End 4 Again this year, :as in the past three years, the annual staff started work under the direction of Herold Olson. Near the middle of the year Miss Harriett Carlson took over Mr. Olson's job as teacher and advisor. Editor -,-.,--,.-. ..,.. J une Rudie Assistant Editor -- -, Gary Bernegger Business .Manager -H --- Barbara Luft Art ..........s.........,.. ...... E sther Meyers Senior Claptions ..... ...,. J ill Polley, Kate Hass, Barblara Becker, Pat Groat, Shirley Schille- ma.r1, Barbara Luft, Jean Wolfe. Writers ......... L Rosalyn Rhoden, Keith Breyer, Gene Weber, Gail Blondey, Rosemary Everts. Donna Grunwald, Lyle Ernst. Typists .... s...... B arhfara Becker, Mary Jayne McF,a11l, Barbara Luft, Kate Hass. Photographers .,..,.. .. er., Ronald Finger, Donald Lubitz. Advisor ..--.......... ,........ ' Harriett Carlson Group photography through the courtesy of CARTERQHAN-SON' .STUDIOS . We wish to thank. Mr. Richard McDaniel of the 1 Appleton Post-Crescent for the many fine pictures which he s ' 0 generously contributed. HOW THlREE:: V. Schwartz, ,N.. Riley, S. Schilleman, K. Breyer, D. Lubitz, P Finger, G. Bernegger, Lt Ernst, J. Polley, P. Groat, B. Becker . ROW TWO: R. Efverts, O. Meinhardt, L. Fermanich, M. McFaul, L. Hoffman, F P . . omerenmg, L. Manske, E. Meyers, RJR.hoden, B. Luft. ROW ONE: D. Grunwiald, J. Wolfe, D. Malliet, G. Blondey, O. 'Sommer J. R , udie, M. Allen, D. Belhle, K. Hass. Ag,--f:lA- l - 33 L f.. pxx ROW THREE: D. Holsen, J. Madden, R. Finger, D, Lubitz, K. Stern, W. Ruhsam, ROW TWO: -D-. Schimke, C-. Breitenfeldt, L. Danke, J. Polley, K. Breyer, B. Becker. RO-W ONE: P. Netzler, E. Bruss, S. McPeak, L. Hoffmann. Forerunners Of The Classes The Student Council of Washington I-Iigh School, under the direction of Mr. Uhrist, is a re-presentation of all the classes and organizations of the school. They meet and decide on the assembly programs to be heard during the school year and they also sponsor 'a movie during the noon hour once each week during the winter months, Each year the organization chooses four people to represent New London at the State Convention of Student Governors held .at Beloit this year. The club was under the .able leadership of these people: William Ruhsam. President: James Madden, Vice President: Darlene Schimke, Secretary-Treasurer. 34 Hip Hip Hurray Under the able leadership of Miss Tipler and Mr. Klinzing, the Dixon Pep Club has again strived to promote school spirit. They started the school year off by sponsoring the all-school party which was held September 31. It was one of the most successful dances of the school year. The the snake dance and bonfire he-ld the night preceding' the homecoming game, and trimmed 'the goal posts. As they wave for many years, they sponsored both "A" and "B" cheerleaders. This years officers were: President, Gene Weber, Vice President, Duane Sommer, Secretlary, Joan De Groff, Treasurer, Darlene Schimke, Student Council Representative, Keith Breyer. ROW THREE: D. Schimke, B. Becker, A. Crain, K. Breyer, N. Fuller, J. Mullarkey, L. Ernst, J. Charlesworth, E. Weber, 'St Schilleman. ROW TWO: B. Hutchison, P. Brandow, N. Wallenfang, J. Edminster, D. VVege, L. McDermott, A. Nollenberg, K. Eckhart. ROW ONE: J. DeGroff, M. Allen, M. Madden, M. Paulson, S. Dorschner, M. Christ, 'HL Fitzgenald. A Y l A L. 35 Playmates The Girls Athletic Association enjoyed a full year of 'active athletics under the direction of Miss Tipler. Members took part in sports during the year, earning one r-rc-clit for each sport. Letters are awarded for every 16 points earned. Activities that the girls mlay take part in arc: soccer, volley ball, basketball, ping-pong, shuffel board, biadminton, softball, and archery. Besides athletic activities, G.A.A. sponsors dfances, puts on pep skits, and holds a picnic each spring at Hatten Park for all members. The officers for 1951 and 19,52 were President, Joyce Jacobs, Vice President, Barbara Danke, Secretary - Treasurer, Margaret Ann Christ, and Student Council Representative, Sharon Mc Peak. ROW FOUfR.: D. Steinbach, A. Kolbe, J. Brehmer, I. Griswold, A. Langlois, K. Kroll, N. Riley, J. Flunker, G. -Clarey, V. Marcks, J. Knuth, S. Diestler, E. Bruss. ROW THREE: M. Christ, M. Fritz, G. Blondey, M. Hutchison, R. McFaul, M. Krueger, J. Brehmer, J. Edminster, L. McDermott, P. Brandow, Ga Noack. ROW TWO: D. Cuff, I. Kubisiiak, B. Zemple, J. Cornelius, B. Peters, E. Ruppel, E. Michaelis, C. lHLauk, V. Pribbernow, B. Danke. ROW ONE: R. Arndt, 'N,. Buskirk, AR.. Kitzman, M. Lenz, M. Loughrin, L. Rous- seau, D. Thomas, L. Bacheller, G. Wing. ROW FOUR: D. Spencer, S. McPeak, J. Jacobs, D, Schimke, J. Ruhsam, F. Pomer- ening, J. Skcnandore, C. Reickman, J. Everts, B. Granger, R. P-lowman, H1 Meshnick, M. Cornelius. ROW THREE: C. Dorow, H. Evcrts, S. Morack, Si. Schroeder, M. Gauerke, S. Pen- ning, M, McFaul, J. Peterson, Cl. Klein, M. Knuth, M. Moudry, L. I-Hoffman. R.OW TWO: J. Knudtson, J. Knapp, D. Gruetzmacher, P. Thayer, A. Langlois, K. Roberts, D. Pribbernow, D. Geske, D. I-Ienzel, P. Walrath. ROW ONE: P. Wallenfang, D-. Siebert, J. Egan, J. Soffa, D. Rombcrg. G. Carey, F. Baird. 36 Saturdayls Heroes The members of the N Cl'ub are all athletes of Washington High who have won at least one letter in their school career. It is a voluntary organization W1liCI"l no one is compelled to join. Under they leadership of Coach Ed O'Nei1, the Club sponsored the annual Homecoming Dance. It will cease to be sponsored by this organization from this plast year. The boys who have gained two or more letters in one sport receive a gold charm for 'that sport in their Senior year. Another undertaking of the N -Cllub was the heat lamp they donated to the Athletic Department. This lamp is used for healing purposes. The fine work of this group will be carried on by the new officers, who are elected at the year's last meeting. ROW THREE: W. Bruss, D. Scheid, D. Kroll, W. Urban, J. Madden, D. Schoening, G. Bernegger. ROY TWO: J. Charlesworth, -D. Berglund, W. Ruhsam, D. Hocrning, S. Rusch, H. Peterson, L. Danke. ROW ONE: N. Wallenfang, D. Van Alstine, E. Weber, K. Breyer, R. Knapstein, C. Breitenfeldt. 37 Q Nothing Like Home Cooking The Future Homemakers of America, under the supervision of .Miss Van Ornum and Mrs. Suomi, has again lived up to its motto, "Toward New Horizons." This is one of the most active organ- izations in school. To raise money they have again sponsored many bake sales and candy sales throughout the School year. Parents night was held as in the past yea1'S- jointly with the Future Farmers of America, an organization whose goal is similar to that of the F. H. A. The trip to the County Fair with their many exhibits wound up another successful year with the F. HI. A.. ROW THREE: S. Penning, J. Scheller, J. Schellin, G. Carey, J. Flunker, J. Ruhsam, L. 'I-Iolverson, N. Tietz, F. Pomrening, C. Meinlrardt, E. Bruss, O. Lathrop, M. Young. ROW TWO: N. Bruss, E. Michaelis, R. Gore, L. Suprise, M. Madden, N. Konrad, S. Pnahl, L. Romberg, A. Gauerke, B. Danke, C'. Dorow. ROW ONE: D. Meyers, E. Krenke, D. Geske, C. Grruetzmacher, V. Pribbernow, LD. Gruetzmacher, R. Casey, J. Knapp, D. Siebert. ROW THREE: L. Manske, PD. Fredrick, C. Klein, M. Gauerke, D. Steinbach, J. Skenlandore, D. Meyer, L. Paul, S. Reinhardt, J. Elsholtz, J. Ruhsam, A. Berg. ROW TWO: J. Zerrenner, D. Pribbernow, L. Hloffman, R. Tessen, nR.. Everts, M. Allen, D. Malliet, D. Prochnow, V. Hegewald, 'D. Schedler, M. Moser. ROW ONE: M. Sommer, P. Young, L. Bacheller, M. Loughrin, D. Siuprise, B. Butler, G. Huettl, D. I-lensel, M.Arndt. 38 ROW THREE: A. Tews, R. Diley, L. Danke, W. Bruss, C. Postel. J. Madden, J Stiwert, J. Fermanich, G. Bruss, E. Danke, S. Rusch, W. Kohl, L. Hiilker. ROW TWO: L. Sasse, M. Worm, E. 'I-Leimbach, R. Cartwright, M. Reed, J. Kidd E. Bruss, G. Hoffman, H. Wenzel, R. Ehlke, B. Faskell, D. Danke. ROW ON,E: Hx Young, R. Malliet, D. Thoma, I-I. Pomplin, R. Millard, L. Perkins R. Rusch, D. Krenke, J. Hoag, R. I-Domes, I. Gruetzmacher. ROW TTHREJE: R. Balthazor, T. Lathrop-, E. Beckman, R. Tews, C. Slchuelke, C. Hidde, D. Dey, R. Oberstadt. O. Kuehl, L. Steinberg, W. 1R:usharn, J. Skorczewski, V. Neubauer. ROW TWO: R. Gorges, G. Bork, W. Thoma, A. Danke, R. Steinberg, D. Jeffers A. -Helms, R. Salaman, R. Tesch, D. Russ, D. Sawall, L. Sasse. ROW ONE: K. Swinton, B. Keeney, R. Danke, K. Kniapp, A. Schuelke, R. Much W. Hutchison, D. Oertel, ID. Prochnow. Busy Bees The members of the Future Farmers of America really have had a busy yelar. Their program of work went something like this. For raising money they sold chocolate milk at noon lunch time, Christmas cards and seeds. They also were divided into team competition in a magazine sale. The losing team paying all expenses for a party. Each year the seniors are rewarded for their work with a trip of which all expenses are paid by the organization. The advisor is Mr. Hiohman and the officers of this successful organization are Jim Madden, Presidentg Sheldon Rusch, Vice President, Wayne Kohl, Secretary: Willard Bruss, Treasurer, Ralph Much, Sentinel: and Gilbert Obersta-dt, Reporter. l N 39 1 1 ROW THREE: N. Tietz, B. Granger, D. Van Alstine, A. Helms, J. Skorczewski, R. Tews, R. Schoenrock, 'D-. Kroll, D. Hloerning, A. Tews, V. Schwarz, A. Lang- lois, D. Eiden. ROW TWO: M. Paulson, D. Peterso.n, C. Westphal, D. Brennenstuhl, C. Sommer, R. McFaul, M. McC1one, A. Nollenberg, B. Fisher, M. Cooper, L. Hoffman. ROW ONE: A. Bellile, M. Buelow, D. Hensel, H. Fitzgenald, Cl. Eckhart, M. Schoen- rock, N. Johnson, E. Krenke, B. li-llerter, ,Dt Siiebeirt. l l ROW THREE: L. Manske, G. Shirlland, D. Morawek, K. Pagel, N. Riley, D. Schoening, K. Stern, D. Wolfrwath, G. Diestler, D. Budwit, R. Jaeger. D. Hlaase.. ,ROW TWO: M. Allen, E. Neumann, M. Sp-iegelberg, C. Rockteschel, C. Meinhardt, L. Paul, V. Hathaway, J. Huebner, E1 Schweitzer, O. Sommer, M. Christ. ROW ONE: D. Grunwald, D Bellile, E. Borgwardt, D-. Malliet. D. Prochnow, J. Krueger, S. Dorschner, A. Miller, C. Gvruentzmacher. We Walk With Music Club are both under Schulz. Choir .and Glee direction of Mr. tend the All-State Mixed Choir of Mu' ic Boosters. In December, .a selected group of Mixed -Clhoir presented a concert to New London Woma.n's Study 'C-lub-. numbers from the Messiah miade 'up 40 annual Christmas Concert with Donna Budwit singing the soprano recitatives. The Mixed Choir and :Glee Club made up the vocal part of the music department. This year for the first time, the Fresh- was combined together with the upper-class Glee Club. Mixed the Last spring a scholarship was awarded to a member of the Mixed Choir, to at- the Music Clinic at Madison July 23-August 12. The scholarship was provided by the the the Six the ROW THREE: E. Bruss, R. Pllowman, G. Carey, F. Silhan, L. Holversofn. F. Wangeline, J. Groat, P. Kuppernuss, D. Brenneristuhl, J. Edminster. ROW TWO: N. Bruss. P. Schuh, L. Baxter, J. Scheller, S. McPeak, G. Noack, S. Reinhardt, B. Bower, R. Tessen. ROW ONE: E. Degal, D. Schedler, J. Zerrenner, J Ruhsam, J. Peterson, S. Penning, C. Dobow, D. Pribbernow. ROW THREE: A. Schuh, A Langlois, M. Malli-et, D. Braatz, D. Schwarz, D. Gruetzmacher, V. Pribbernow, B. Peters, B. Butler, E. Penning. ROW TWO: R. Arndt, D. White, M. Loughrin, D. Suprise, L. Kratzke, M. Schimke, G. Wing, B. Bucholtz, L. Bacheller. ROW ONE: M, Forster, P. Wallenfang, D. Leppla, J. Knapp, P. Young, E. Faskell, M. Sommer, D. Thomas. Exchange concerts were arranged with Shawaino. Their concert was given here in February and New London traveled to Shawano in March. The Solo-Ensemble Music Festival was held in Clintonville. Many people participated with solos, sex- tets, madrigals and duets. The Con- cert Music Festival was held in Shawano in April. The Mixed Ch-oir sponsored la per- formance by the Oshkosh State Choir, with successful results. Keith Stern was the student coun- cil representative for the vocal groups. 41 ROW THREE: J. Klingbeil, K. Kroll, J. Linberg, S. Schilleman, D. Holsen, G. Bernegger, W. Urban, L. Fisher, R. Palmer, M. Cornelius, L. Hoffman, D. Wege. ROW TWO: M. Allen, K. Jagoditsch, J. Huettner, P. Brazndow, J. Scheller, M. Christ, G. Blondey, L. McDermott, M. Spiegelberg, L. Else, M. Schimke. ROW ONE: G. Wing, J. De Groff, H. Fitzgerald, M. Madden, J. Cornelius, P. Netzler, K. Hass. ' l 3 Q And The Band layed in The band has again had ia very successful year. At the start of the school year the first project was formations for hialf-time performances at football games. The favorite tumde out to be the ghost and witch formation presented be- fore Halloween. The next event was the band tour to Oshkosh where a concert was given in the morning, and to VVinnecon:ie, for 'another concert in the afternoon. Oshkosh came to New London later in the year to exchange the concert. The Christmas concert proved a great suc- cess, and the capacity audience enjoyed the program of Christmas selections, marches and overtures. This fall a group of band members organ- ized for the purpose of furnishing music for school dances. Through ia contest. they chose the name of "StardusteX's" and began their work under the student direction of Shirley Schilleman and Joan De Groff. 42 n The money they earned was used to purchase new stands, and provided the members with an evenings entertainment. After Christmas begman the hard work for tournaments. The solo and ensemble tournament Was held at Shawano and the concert tournament was held at Clintonville. Officers of the band were: President, Margaret Ann Christy Vice President, David Wegeg Secretary, Joyce Klingbeilg and Student Council Representative, David Hiolsen. ROW THREE: J. Roloff, L. Siawall, A. Pieper, B. Krueger, D. Berglund, J. Schilleman, J. Mullarkey, J. Mullarkey, J. Charleswo-rth, D. Budwit, N. Tietz. ROW TWO: E. Meyers, H. Spiegelberg, J. Krueger, A. Monsted, B. Granger, J. Jacobs, A. Nollenberg, B. Fischer, M. Meating, R. Fritz. ROW ONE: G. Huettl, D. Cuff, I. Kubisiak, S. Morack, M. Moudrey, J. Elsholtz, N. Johnson, D. I-Iensel, M Arndt. 43 ROW THREE: F. Pomerening, J. Schellin, D. Wege, J. Rioloff. P. Groat, S. Schilleman. G. Bernegger J. Mullarkey, L. Ernst, L. Fisher, A. Pieper, M. Cornelius, L. Manske, H. Spiegelberg. ROW TWO: N. Johnson, M. Meating, M. Christ, P. Brandow, M. Gauerke, J. Huettner, A. Monsted, C. Klein, J. Scheller, M. O'Connell, C. Sackett, L. Suprise. ROW ONE: K. Hass, D. Cuff, D. Suprise, M. Hutchison, P. Netzler, S. Reinhardt, J. Krueger, D. Hensel, M. Moser, P. Wallenfang. Talkative Type Probably one of the most beneficient and ,ad- vantageous extra-curricular activities in New London High is the forensic program. Here students learn poise, self-confidence, and good habits. In the March elimination contest those who emerged successful were: Shirley Schilleman, Dorothy Cuff, Joy Girl Scheller, Mary Hutchison, Patti Netzler, Lorraine Manske, Margaret Ann Christ, Lyle Ernst, Kathleen Hass, Donald Lubitz, Marlene Meat- ing, land Janice Krueger. The coaches this year were Miss Marcella Hoeffs and Mr. Marion Huppler. Nature Boys Along with being scientific we of the Biology Club are also successful in money matters. This year we sponsored the pop and candy sales at the basketball games. On December 27 we also sponsored the "Snow Ball" with music by the Templeaires. The patience and guidance of Mr. Kluever, our advisor, has aided greatly in making this year -21 successful one. ROW THREE: P. Groat, M. Cornelius, D. Berglund, W. Ruhsam, L. Stern, M. Madden, J. Madden, W. Bruss, G. Bernegger, E. Bruss, D. Swintion, J. Polley. ROW TWO: A. Nollenberg, M. Gorman, G. Bauer, M. McC'lone, C. Breitenfeldt, J. Schimke, B. Becker, J. Edminster, G. Bork, D. Wege. ROW ONE: K. Hass, L. Suprise. J. Ziaug, H. Mesrmick, J. Schellin, L. Fcrmanich, J. Edminster, P. Bnandow, D. Cuff. D1 955'-F ROW THREE: J. Edminster, J. Groat D. Lubitz, R. Finger, D. Swinton, O. Sommer. ROW TWO: D. Hens-el, K. Roberts, L. Ingersoll, M. Worm, M. Krueger, E. Michaelis. ROW ONE: D. W.c'1fe, D. Meyers, L. Rhoden, J. Lund. Lights 0ut! A familiar cry, indeed, to all members of the Camera Club, who spent many hours working in the darkroom developing, print- ing, .and enlarging pictures. The art of taking pictures properly, was topic of great interest. Mr. Brown is the new advisor and the officers uare: President, Donald Lubitz, Vice President, Duane Radley, Secretary-Treasurer, Marlene Krueger. The Projectionists Today Are . . . Every morning we are reminded of this active club by the familiar announcement "The projectionists for the ,day are. . The members of the club under the supdr- vision of Mr. Plfantico, run the projector for the educational movies shown in the auditor- ium. Each year an "All-School" movie is spon- sored by the club. The proceeds are placed in the club treasury to be used for a good cause some day. ROW THREE: R. Balthazor, O. Kuehl, V. Reinert, D. Lubitz, D. Holsen, R. Thern, J. Skiorczewski. ROW TWO: D. Haase, D. Krabbe, D. Drath, D. Jeffers, G. Hoffman, E. Bruss, E. Beckman. ROVV ONE: R. Luft, K. Jiagoditsch, D. Krenke, D. Russ, B. Fiaslkell, D. Thoma., L. Spoehr. .jg i -Q? xc i ,W i 31545: W i 4 if x""f++, Q, . WMMMW.. Like Show Business ROW TWO: D. Lubitz, D. Swinton, R. Thern, J. Skorczewske, W, Ruhsam, L-. Ernst, J. Rudie, J. Madden, SI. Schilleman. ROW ONE: J. De Groff, B. Becker, G. Blonde-y, D. Malliet, C. Meinhardt, J. Polley, N. Riley, P. Netzler, B, Luft, K. Hlass. ROW TWO: R. Thern. ROW ONE: A.-Q-. S. Schilleman, D. Lubitz, L. Fischer, G. Bernegger, M. Madden, J. De Groff, P. Netzler, K. Hass. X is 'WW B. Luft, R. Flease, ROW ONE: A. Helms, P. Brandow, DA. Ritchie, M. Arndt, ,R.. Fleasc, J. Groat, S. Schilleman, L. Fischer. 47 The Trail That Follows The Stars Again this year the Thespians provided dramatic entertainment for the student body. They were coached by Mr. Jones at the beginning of the year, and after he left for the .Airmed Service, Miss Pol- zin directed them. The one-act play contest was sponsored by the group and each pllay was directed by two members. However, their big' project for the year was the three-act play presented in the spring. This ye-ar's play was entitled "Strange EOL1l'dGl'S,'. The play ended another happy year "on stage". ROW THREE: J. Polley, J. Skorczewski, D. Hfoerning, L. Ernst, D-. Lubitz, J, Swanson, L. Fisher, R. Them, S. Schilleman. ROW TWO: B. L-uft, D. Wege, B. Becker, D. Van Alstine, D. S-chimke, C. Mein- nardt, M. Christ. ROW ONE: K. Hass, M, Hutchison, M. Madden, P. Netzler, J. De Groff, H. Fitz- gerald. XX. 48 '-.1 V' 1 v, ,-' .L A , . f VX , Y. 1 4 1'- oar. - . . ?1',,- . Q W- - yr 'J .1.fAw A, Vw, , 4, . ., -'QW K A - - ,.'1ng, gwy-"df L .., , . ' '-, ., H ' , -M Af , . , . . ,""l', 'fag' . I 'HW 33, I, -' .fm ' 2 an -.- ..j .f, -- Y . . -"',. f. : V '-. 'W '4-P A W. wg A X + HS '15, . - '?"geL+s,' ' - 1 ' , 'Q'-, , git.-X MF? ' ,gilf ""'v- 3' F" - 5:5 f J .Cl Y lla? ,K- A- . ,hr p . - , "A ,.n. .v -' N . 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