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

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THE SENIOR CLASS OF WASHINGTON HIGH SCHOOL New London, Wisconsin PRESENTS THE nl, ,!,,, 19 5 3 CLASSMATE IN MEMORIAM ,Q 5 - The faculty and students were deeply grieved by the untimely death of their friend and classmate, Arlene Berg. She will be long remembered by all who knew her, especially by the graduating class, the class of 1953. 2 F OREWARD On completing his masterpiece, an artist views his work hoping it will gain the appreciation of the worldg so also the staff views this book of memories, hoping each of you will like it. It isn't of great literary value, nor will it ever be important to others, but, to us it represents the memories of the hard- ships as well as joys which characterize those unforgetable vears. 3 Q P 0 , 5 -4 U t v ' I' 1 M K 1 ' 1 M "' i 1 I 'Q m' Q 3 ga 41 4 la' 4 Q -1 ' ' . ' is -'i , 'pf 1 1 ,Ku Q 'K ,j , K. ? f M 5 ' 0 .,', ge " 89: E s JH z A .V 4 'f W 5 EQ 3 ,. fi 1 .. ,Ka 9 R Zi, 7 V Lf 23 Lg lvif' ,J W v s 3 Q , 5, . 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Projector Club . . . Prom ....... ATHLETICS Football ........ B Squad Football . . . Basketball ......... B Squad Basketball . .. Track .......... Baseball .... CALENDAR .... 5 DEDICATION We, the Class of 1953, dedicate this annual to Louis Schmal- lenberg in appreciation for the untiring effort with which he has served the students of New London High School. ln 1935, Mr. Schmallenberg became associated with the school as a member of the Board of Education. After serving in this capacity for eight years, he resigned to assume his present position as Chief Engineer in the school system. Too often we fail to appreciate those factors that contribute most toward the attainment of our goals. We are very fortunate to be influenced by the faithful devotion of Mr. Smallenberg. 6 ADMINISTRATION F N PAUL M. Looifsono AUSTIN 'ciimsr Superintendent Principal lo Seniors: The 1952-53 school year draws to a close, and as I reHcct on the many pleasant experiences it has hrought to nie, it seems that time passes with increasing speed. I am sure that the year has many pleasant memories for you, and I trust the future will luring the successes you hope for. There is no simple formula for happiness in life, hut hard work and honest devotion to a clearly conceived and high ideal will do as much as anything I can recommend to you. I am sure you will find that practicing honesty, persistence and courtesy is not only your moral duty to society, but that it will also bring you a good and satisfying life. Sincerely your friend, PAUL M. LOOFBORO, Superintendent lx M P. Loofboro, Fisher, R. Schimke, K. Heating, VV. Thomas, A. Pichelmeyer, H. Spiegelberg 7 FACULTY Q , MARGARET BEHAN Latin, English MAURICE E. BLEICK Instrumental Music JOHN BROWN Science. General Math. MABEL CHRIST DONALD CLARKE OLIVE CRAWFORD ROBERT DIEKROEGER DOROTHY EDKINS English Industrial Arts, Social English, History, Commercial English, Library, Science, Athletics Counseling Counseling JOAN HARRINGTON DONOVAN HOHMAN WALLACE HOFFMAN TED HUL4Ef1' Commercial Agriculture English Veteran Training 8 MARION HUPPLER English. Counseling ,,.... FACULTY 1 if .Nl VERMONT JOHNSON EVERETT KLINZING CYRIL KLUEVER Physical Education, Nlathematics, Counseling Science, Athletics Athletics CECILIA C. KNAPSTEIN ROY B. LIPPART MARIANNE MCKINLAY PAUL G. PLANTICO LUCILLE RABE Secretary Social Science Vocal Music History School Nurse JACK RAINBOW JAMES H. ROCKWELL EVELYN SUOMI DELORES TIPLER LOLA VAN ORNUM Science. Athletics Industrial Arts Home Economics Physical Education Home Economics 9 MM, w V. , , - ., 'vii K x be Q' K ,. Q Rx ks .. 1 ww , X News' 1 5 1' QTJSQE5' S: x 5. Aovfcg ,INQBQ Y 4 c Q, Q "W 1 if D v- o 1. lt .QA I af 5 3 We flu W K4 4 54420 V 46 ' A A Y Q ' mom M, M sq' 'QP fx 2 A ,,...-A lf'- Q On, fc, N X 4 ff' ff, .1.- ....,,. We lee eaiafze ef 775 DENNIS SCHOENING HAROLD Mnsmua MARY HUTCHISON JANIS KNu'rH President Vice-Preddent Secretary Treasurer CURTAIN CALL The scene is Washington High School. The time, September of 1949. The Curtain rises and we see ourselves as Freshmeng bewildered, nervous, and over-anxious. With helpful prompting from the upperclassmen we, as amateur actors, timidly take up our role in the great drama of high school life. Although we accomplish little in the fields of extra-curricular activities, however, a firm groundwork is laid upon which to build greater achievements. The second scene is the same, one year later. The actors are more confident and assured as we become active participants in dramatics, music, and athletics. A climax is reached with the winning of the famed Spirit Cup. This triumph is carried over into the third scene which finds the actors bustling about in a colorful Hawaiian setting. The palm trees and soft music make our prom a far greater success than could rightly be anticipated. Armed with shiny class rings and the Spirit Cup, the actors rake their places for the final act. All traces of stagefright are absent, we are now seasoned performers. Our abound- ing school spirit leads us to success in contests, skits, and plays. "Men Are Like Streetcarsu displays a sense of humor and an excellent scholastic record proves we have a more serious side also. Now, the lights dim, the atmosphere grows hushed as the curtain begins to close. We move across the stage, passing in review. Musicians, Athletes, Orators. and Scholars, all with tearful eyes but unfaltering steps. We advance to the footlights and take our final bow before going our various ways. Never again will the entire cast be assembled, but memories of past performances will live in our hearts forever. 12 FAYE BA1R1J "lf silence were golden, l'd be a millionaire." GAA 35 School Daze Stal? 45 Prom Committee 3. JAMES BAUERNFIEND alum., "lf hot air rises, what's holdin' me down?" Senior Class Play 45 BIAA 45 Camera Club 45 Secretary-Treas urer 45 Track 35 Prom Commit- tee 35 Transferred from Hortone ville 3. CARY BERNEGGER ,.BiH,. Love 'em all, you might miss a good one along the way. One-Act Play 2, 35 Thespian Play 3, 45 Senior Class Play 45 Thespians 3, 45 President 45 An- nual Staff 3, 45 Editor 45 BIAA 45 Biology Club 2, 3, 45 Vice President 35 Football l, 2, 3, 45 Co-Captain 45 Baseball 15 Track 3, 45 N Club 3, 45 Band l, 2, 3, 45 Prom Committee 35 Forensics 4. JOAN BREHMER ",l011i" "Early to bed, early to rise, CYawnD darn those guys." GAA l, 2, 35 Prom Committee 3. EUGENE A. BRLISS "Gene" "A country lad with an honest air, willing to do and willing to share." FFA l, 2, 3, 45 BIAA l. 2, 45 Student Council 45 Football 25 Track l, 2, 3, 45 Projector Club 1, 2, 3, 45 Mixed Chorus 45 Prom Committee 3. BIARCARET ClHRlST "Maggie" "When Dads around to watch me fool, l'm an exception to the rule." One-Act Play 25 Thespian Play 45 Thespians 3, 45 Senior Class Play 45 One-Act Play Director 45 School Daze Staff 3, 45 An- nual Staff 45 Forensics 1, 2, 3, 45 Cheerleader 45 GAA 1, 2, 3, Secretary-Treasurer 35 Pep Club 3, 45 Band 1, 2, 3, 45 President 35 School Orchestra 3, 45 Co- Director 45 Mixed Chorus 1, 3, 45 Prom Committee 3. GORDON BAUER "Gordy" "He'll tr anything once." One-Act Pfay 2, 35 Thespian Play 3, 45 Thespians 2, 3, 45 FFA 15 BIAA l, 2, 3, 45 Biology Club 3, 45 Student Council 45 Vice President 45 Baseball 45 Track 2, 3, 45 Mixed Chorus 45 Prom Committee 3. DARRELL BERGLUND "Bugs" "I never worr , I never fret, if l can't remember, I just forget." One-Act Play l5 Biology Club 2, 3, 45 President 45 Football I, 2, 3, 45 Basketball 1, 2, 3, 45 Prom Committee 35 Baseball l, 2, 45 Track 35 N Club 2, 3, 45 Band 1, 2, 3, 4. ERDINE BORGWARDT "Shorty" "Don't worry about pronounce ing my name, I'm changing it soon anyway." Mixed Chorus l, 2, 3, 45 School glaze Staff 45 Prom Committee JANE BROWN "Janie" "She came to us a stranger, She remains a friend.' School Daze Staff 45 Annual Staff 45 Forensics 45 Transferred from Clintonville 4. DONNA Bunwrr "ln the moon light there are three-he. the Hudson. and she." One-Act Play 2, 35 Thespians 3, 45 Band, l, 2, 3, 45 School Orchestra 3, 45 Mixed Chorus l, 3, 45 Prom Committee 3. WILMA clONRAD "Willie" "Pretty as a picture. Nice frame too!" Transferred from Kimberly 4. ARTHUR CHAIN "Art" "The teachers think l'm so sweet, they always put me in the foremost seat." BIAA 1, 2, 3, 4, Pep Club 1, 2, 3, 4, President 4, Football l, Basketball 1, 2, 3, Baseball 2, 3, 4, N Club 3, 4, Secretary 4, Treasurer 4, Mixed Chorus 4, Prom Committee 3. CAROLINE DRATH "Carolyn" "She'll be waiting for his return." FHA 1, 2, 4, GAA 1, 2, 3: Camera Club 4, Glee Club l, 2, 4, Prom Committee 3. IJONNA EIDEN "1 don't say much, but I do a lot of thinking." FHA l, 2, Glee Club 2, Mixed Chorus 3, 4, Prom Committee 3. BERNARD FASKELL "lim" "My schooling's really done no harm, but I still feel safer on the farm." FFA 1, 2, 3, 4, BIAA 1, 2, 4, Track 2, 3, Projector Club 1, 2, 3, 4. BARBARA FISCHER "B0lf1l0ie" "Her heart is like the moon, always a man in it." One-Act Play 2 ,3, Senior Class Play 4, Thespians 3, 4, School Daze Staff 4, Annual Staff 4, Pep Club 4, Band 1, 2, 3, 4, Glee Club l, Mixed Chorus 3, 4, School Orchestra 2, 3, 4, Co-Director 4, Prom Committee 3. IMIELEN FITZGERALD "Fitz" "Five feet two, eyes of blue, but oh, what those live feet can do." One-Act Play 1, Senior Class Play 4, Thespians 2, 3, 4, One- Act Play Director 3, 4, School Daze Staff 3, 4, Annual Staff 4, Forensics-,1, 2, Cheerleader l, 2, 3, 4, Pep Club 2, 3, 4, Band 1, 2, 3, 4, Secretary-Treas urer 4, School Orchestra 3, 4, Glue Club 1, Mixed Chorus 3, 4. 70 7456 UM P64564 JEANNE DEMPsTEa "Jeanie" "She takes life as it comes and enjoys it." School Daze Staff 4, Transferred from Clintonville 4. ELIZABETH EGAN "Betty" "She hasn't red hair, freckles and such, but she's Irish, doesn't that beat the Dutch?" FHA 1, 4, School Daze Staff 4, Annual Staff 4, GAA l, Prom Committee 3. HELEN EVERTS 'iAlways sweet and always kind, the kind of irl we like to find." FHA 1, GRA 1, 2, 3, School Daze Staff 4, Prom Committee 3. EILEEN FASKELL "Leenie" "I am little, I am wise, I am a terror for my size." FHA l, GAA 2, Glee Club 3, Mixed Chorus 4, Prom Com- mittee 3. LEON FISHER "Aw, come on fellows, laugh at my jokes." One-Act Pla 1, Thespian Play 2, 3, All Scliool Play 2, Senior Class Play 4, Thespians 2, 3, 4, Vice President 3, OneAct Play Director 3, 4, School Daze Staff 4, Annual Staff 4, Pep Club 4, Band l, 2, 3, 4, School Orchestra 3, 4, Prom Committee 3. JOYCE Fx.uNxEn "Wie think she's shy, but oh, PPIA 1, 2, 3, GAA 3, 4, Glee Club l, 4. an 74a AMW ag 744 wma ROBERT FRANK "Boll" "Studying makes some guys wise, but it makes me otherwise." FFA 1, 2: BIAA 1, 2, 3, 4, Prom Committee 3. Barre GIIANCER "She makes the world a better place by showing such a friendly face." Camera Club 1, 2, GAA 2, 3, Band l, 2, 3, 4, Glen Club 1, Mixed Chorus 3. DAv1D HAASE "Dave" "lf bright remarks were grains of sand, l'd be a desert." Camera Club 1, 2, Projector Club I, 2, 3, 4, Vice President 4, Mixed Chorus l, 2, 3, 4. Evemgrriz lrlerixrnntrcn "Heine" "I like work. It fascinates me, I can sit and look at it for hours and hours." FFA I, 2, 3, 4, Prom Committee 3. Euciazva A. HLTETTNER "Cene" "l'le's a good all-around sort, whether in work or in sport." Football l, 2, 3, 4, Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4: Baseball l, 2, 3, 4, N Club 3, 4. JOYCE IAc:ons "jake" "The joker of the deck, but a wonderful deal." Class Vice-President 2, School Daze Staff 4, Annual Stair' 4, GAA l, 2, 3, 4, President 3, Student Council 4: Prom Com- mittee 3, Pep Club 4, Tumbling 'l'eam 4: Band l, 2, 3, 4. NEIL FULLER "Nicole" "A man after his own heart, but he'd rather have a girl after it." BIAA l, 4, Camera Club l, 2, Pep Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Basketball I, Track 1, Projector Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Prom Committee 3. IMOGENE GmswoLn "Peascmp" "It's better to lim to heaven than not to get tliere at all." FHA 1, GAA 1, 3, Prom Com- mittee 3. CAROL HAUK "If you got the money honey, 1 got the time." GAA 3: Prom Committee 3. LAVERNE HCDFFLIANN "Here's to a girl with a wonder- ful smile, things like that are sure worth while." FHA 3, 4, School Daze Staff 3. 4: GAA l, 2, 3, 4, Vice-Presi' dent 2, Student Council 3, Clee Club 2, 4, Mixed Chorus l, 3, Prom Committee 3. lx'lARY Hurcrnsow "Hutch" "Looks like an angel, acts like an angel, but you never can tell what an angel will do." Class Secretary 4, FHA l, 2, One-Act Plav 2, Thespian Play 4, School Play 2, Senior Class Play 4, School Daze Staff 4, Annual Staff 4, Forensics 1, 2, 3, 4: Cheerleader 4, CAA l, 3, 4, Pep Club 3, 4, Band l, 2, Glee Club 1, 4, Prom Committee 3. RONALD JAEGER "Ron" "In my desk my books do lie. They are at rest and so am I." lgrojector Club 1, Mixed Chorus , 4. FRED KAMINSKI "Boomer" "He left to go to strangers but he remains to us a friend. Prom Committee 3. u RONALD KNAPSTEIN v ..f1-my.. i "After the game is over, after the held is clear-straighten my nose and shoulder, help me fix mv ear." Class President 1, School Daze Staff 4, Prom Committee 3, Football 1, 2, 3, 4, Basketball l: Track 3,'N Club 2, 3, 4. Noruvm KONRAD "lf we can believe all that we hear, she'll soon make marriage her career." FHA 1, 2, 3, 4, Secretary 4, Treasurer 3, School Daze Staff 4, Annual Staff 4, Prom Com- mittee 3. IJONALD Knou. "Kado" "l'd rather hug a basketball than anything else-well, almost any- thing!" Prom Committee 3, Football l, 2, 3, 4, Basketball l, 2, 3, 4: Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4, N Club 2, 3, Vice-President 4, Mixed Chorus 2, 3, President 4. O.tL1N KUEHL ADJCH "He who travels far, travels in a Ford." FFA l, 2, 3, President 4, BIAA 1, 2, 3, 4, Prom Committee 3, Baseball l, 3, Track 4, Projector Club 2, 3, Secretary-treasurer 4. 0 ,IAQK LINBERG "Chick" ' "His tongue is framed for music, his hand is armed with skill." Prom Committee 3, Football 4, Baseball 4, N Club 4, Band 1, 2, 3, 4, School Orchestra 3. We an Wmdfq M461 E E JOHN Kino HAI.. "All great men are dead, and l feel a little sick myself." Class Vice-President 3, FFA 1, 2, 3, 4, Prom Committee 3, Bas- ketball l, 2, 3, 4, Mixed Chorus 4. JANIS KNUTH "You-All" "If there is trouble, I'm not around, but l've been there." Class Treasurer 4, Dramatics 3, 4, Thespian Troupe 119 4, FHA 2, School Daze Staff 4, Prom Committee 3, GAA 2, 3, 4, Stu- dent Council 4, Pep Club 4. lJUDLEY KRENKE "Dud" "They say all great men are dead. Explain my being here." FFA 1, 2, 3. Secretary 4, BIAA I, 2, 3, 4, Prom Committee 3, Baseball l, 2, 3, 4, Projector Club l, 2, 3, President 4. JANICE KRLIECEIX alan., "She has no heart, he has it." Forensics l, 2, 3, Camera Club 1, Prom Committee 3, Band l. 2. 3, 4, Glee Club 1, 2, Mixed Chorus 3. THOMAS LATHROP "Tom" A'Sometimes quiet, even shy, but the rest of the times-oh my." FFA l, 2, 3, 4, BIAA 1, 2, 3, 4, Prom Committee 3, Baseball l, 2, Track 2, 3, 4. MARK MADDEN "Seven days to the week I see, anduin every one some fun for me. FFA 1, BIAA 1, 2, 3, 4, Prom Committee 3, Biolog Club 3, Treasurer 4, Basketball 1, 3, Baseball 2, 3, Mixed Chorus 4. 7a 70462 ffczaw 'Me Stage NTARY ATADDEN "No wonder he's a good basket- ball player, look at his inspira- tion." One-Act Play 2: Thespian Play 3: Senior Class Play 4: Thespi- ans 2, 3, 4: One-Act Play Direc- tor 4: FHA l, 2, 3: School Daze Staff 3, 4: Annual Staff 4: Cheerleader 1, 2, 3, 4: Prom Committee 3: Student Council 2: Pep Club 2, 3, 4: Band 2, 3, 4: Glee Club 1: Mixed Chorus 4. RUTH ATCFAUL "Her thoughts are many, her words are few. A nicer girl you never knew." FHA 4: Prom Committee 3: GAA l, 2, 3: Mixed Chorus 1, 2, 3. SHARYN TYTCPEAK "ln the daytime l'm too sleepy to worry: at night l'm too busyf' School Daze Staff 4: Prom Committee 3: GAA 2, 3, 4: Stu- dent Council 3: Pep Club 4: Tumbling Team 4: Glee Club 3: Mixed Chorus 4. .TTAHOLD NTESHKE "Reggie" "Life's too short to waste in study." Class Vice-President 4: Prom Committee 3: Football 2: Basket- ball l, 2, 3, 4: N Club 3, 4. ATARCEIL TXTOSER "Ceil" "She's the gal that put the pep in pepper." GAA 1, 2, 3, 4: FHA 3, 4: For- ensics l, 2, 3, 4: Camera Club 4: Glee Club 2: Prom Commit- tee 3. JEROME MLILLARREY "jerry" "Through earnest study he will succeed: in what he does he'll hold the lead." Class Treasurer 2: School Daze Staff 4: Annual Stall 4: For- ensics 3, 4: BIAA 4: Student Council 4: Pep Club 3, 4: Track 3, 4: N Club 2, 3, 4: Band l, 2, 3, 4: Prom Committee 3: Foot- ball Manager 2, 3, 4. DELBEIIT TNIALLIET "l'm not sleeping: l'm just giving my eyes a rest. FFA 1: BIAA I, 2, 3, 4: Prom Committee 3: Basketball l: Base- ball 3, 4. CAROL McGiNNis "Never saw a nicer girl, never hope to see one." Senior Class Play 4: School Daze Staff 4: Prom Committee 3: Transferred from Appleton 3. NTARLENE TXIEATING "Smokie" "The word impossible is not in her dictionary." One-Act Play 3: Thespian Play 4: Senior Class Play 4: Thespi- an 3, 4: School Daze Stal? 4: Annual Staff 4: Forensics l, 2. 3, 4. Prom Committee 3: GAA 1: Pep Club 4: Band l, 2, 3, 4: School Orchestra 3: Mixed Chorus l. HELEN j. All-ZSHNICK "lt's nice to be natural when one is naturally nice." GAA 3: Biology Club 2, 3, 4: Prom Committee 3. ATARLENE Mouniw "Mugs" "Quiet, but everybody likes her." Camera Club 1: GAA 3: Band l, 2, 3, 4: Prom Committee 3. ELAINE TWELIMAN "Hinie" "VVe know her by her jolly air, laughing eyes and jet black hair." Class Treasurer 3: School Daze Staff 4: Annual Staff 4: Mixed Chorus l, 2, 3: Prom Commit- tee 3. ad ge gfmzded Um Dcgdomae ALICE YOLLENBERG "When asked her favorite fruit to relate, she softly murmured. 'Oh it's a date'." School Daze Staff 3, 4: Biology Club 2. 3, 4: Pep Club l. 2, 3, 4: Band 1, 2, 3, 4: Glee Club 1. 2: GAA I, 2, 3, 4: Prom Com- mittee 3. Lu WAYNE PAUL "Peachey" "Sincere. with manners kind: a liner girl will be hard to find." FHA l, 2. 3, Treasurer 4: School Daze Staff 3, 4: Prom Commit- tee 3: GAA 1: Glee Club 2: Mixed Chorus 3, 4. AuD'u2Y PIEPER "Audie" "Home Economics is her desire: in this field she'll be much admired." . . FHA 1, 2: School Daze Staff 4: Annual Staff 4: Forensics 2, 3, 4: Prom Committee 3: Biology Club 4: Band l, 2, 3, 4. SHIRLEY PRAHL "We think she's shy. But, oh my!" FHA 3 4: School Daze Staff 4: Prom Committee 3. DOROTHY Paoomvow "Dotty" "She whizzes here, and dashes there, and giggles a bit as she stuns for air." FHA l, 2 3, 4: Prom Commit- tee 3: Glee Club l: Mixed Chorus 2, 3. SHARON REINHARDT "Sharon, share alike." FHA 1, 2, 3: Forensics 3: Prom Committee 3: GAA 2: Glee Club J. ihlARGARET O'Di7NNELL t'Parri" "The only way to have a friend is to be one." One-Act Play 4: Senior Class Play 4: Thespian 4: Annual Staff 4: Forensics 1, 2, 3: Glee Club l, 2: GAA l, 3, 4: Prom Committee 3. ROBERT PETERSON "Blackie" "If this be liberty, then give me death." Class President 2: One-Act Play 4: Prom Committee 3: Biolog Club 4: Football 4: Basketbah I, 2, 3, 4: Baseball 1: Track 3, 4: N Club 3, 4. CHARLES POSTEL "Chuck" "The thinkinist thinker that ever thunk." FFA 1, 2, 3, 4: Prom Committee 3: Mixed Chorus 4. DOROTHY PRIBBERNOW "Always a girl who is worth- while." FHA 1, 2: Secretary 3, President 4: School Daze Staff 4: Prom Committee 3: GAA 2, 3: Glee Club 3. DUANE RADLEY "A brain that dreams in his sleep." Annual Staff 4: Camera Club 1, 2, Vice-President 3, President 4: Prom Committee 3. CAROL J. RIECKMANN "Rick " "Gentle, gay, and, fair of face. In shorthand and typing she'll win her place." School Daze Staff 4: Annual Staff 4: Prom Committee 3: GAA 3: Glee Club 1. LINDA L. ROMBERG "lf you cannot hear her, it's not your ears but her shynessf' FHA 3, 4: Prom Committee 3. lJLlVVAINE. SCIIEID "VVindy" "He often burns the midnight gas, and always with the same sweet lass." Class President 3: Prom Commit- tee 3: Student Council President 4: Football I, 2, 3, 4: Basketball l, 22: 3, 4: Track 1, 2, 3: N Club 2, ., 4. JQIIN ScIIIIxIKE "Airclale" "Not very tall, not very short, but always an all around good sport." Camera Club 3, Vice-President 4: Biology Club 2, 3, 4: Foot- ball 1, 2, 3, 4: Basketball Man- ager 1, 2, 3, 4: Baseball Man- ager 2, 3, 4: Track lg Prom Committee 3. lVlARLENE ScIIoENItocI4 "Mollv" "A ring on her finger is worth two on the phone." Clee Club l, 2: Mixed Chorus 3, 4: Cheerleader 1: Prom Com- mittee 3. GAIIY' SHIRLAND "Dynamo" "ln my Chev so merry, all the kids I try to carry." Football l, 2, 3, 4: Basketball 1, 2: Baseball 1: Track l, 2, 3: Mixed Chorus 2, 3, 4: BIAA 4: Prom Committee 3. FRANCES SILIIAN "Fran" "The teachers correct the stu- dent, but l correct the teacher." Annual Staff 4: Glee Club 3: Mixed Chorus 4: Prom Com- mittee 3: Transferred from Fond du Lac 3. azz Siem! Zeaw ,4 CIIAItLo1'rE SACKETT "Char" "Full of pep and full of fun: ready to do what needs to be done." One-Act Play 3: Senior Class Play 4: Tliespian 3, 4: FHA l: School Daze Staff 3, 4: Annual Staff 4: Forensics 3, 4: Prom Committee 3: GAA 2. IJAHLENE SQIIIMKE "Schmicky" "Personality plus, who could want more." One-Act Play l, 2: Thespian Play 2, 4: All School Play 2: Senior Class Play 4: Thespians 2, 4, Historian 3: One-Act Play Directors 3, 4: School Daze Staff 3, Editor 4: Annual Staff 4: Forensics 4: Prom Commit- tee 3: GAA l, 2, 3, 4: Student Council 4, Secretary-Treasurer 3: Pep Club 2, 4, Treasurer 3: Glee Club 1. DENNIS SCIIOENING "Fin" "His time is well spent, whether in sport, love or argument." Class President 4: One-Act Play 4: Senior Class Play 4: School Daze Staff 4: Annual Staff 4: Student Council 4: Football I, 2, 3, 4: Baseball l, 2, 3, 4: N Club 3, 4, President 4: Mixed Chorus 1, 2, 3, 4: Prom Com- mittee 3: Basketball l, 2, 3, 4. SHIRLEY ScIIItoEDEn "Shirl" "The innocent look will never die, but I tell you boys, it's all a lie." FHA 1, 2: School Daze Staff 4: Annual Staff 4: GAA 2, 3: Prom Committee 3. I'IAIIt.IN SIEWEII1' ..KeP,, "My fish stories are long and great, depending upon the size of bait." Prom Committee 3. MARJQRIE SPIEGIaI.IIIano "Marge" "lf music were the soul of love, she would play on forever." Class Secretary 2: Annual Staff 4: Prom Committee 3: Band l, 2, 3: Glee Club I: Mixed Chorus 1, 2, 3, Secretary 4. We Zvvlfefzed 7a .feamx DONNA STEINBACH "Her brown eyes and smiling face makes our school a sunny place." FHA l, 2, 3: School Daze Stall' 4: Prom Committee 3: GAA 3, 4: Clee Club 1. LLOYD STEHN ..Rep,- "1 thought that school would never end, but finally it has and now, Amen FFA 1, 2, 3, 4: Prom Com- mittee 3: Biology Club 2, 3, 4: Student Council l: Baseball 4: Track 3. ln LomuTA Supmsu "Lorry" "Short and rather small is she, but the seniors claim to royalty." One-Act Play 4: Thespian Play 4: Senior Class Play 4: FHA I, 2, 4, Historian 3: School Daze Staff 3, 4: Annual Staff 4: Forensics l, 2, 3: Camera Club l: Prom Committee 3: Biology Club 3, 4: Vice-President 4. JAMES THoMAs "Jim" "Silent and shy, but one swell guy." BIAA 1: Prom Committee 3: Football 1, 2, 3, 4: Basketball l: Baseball 3: N Club 4. BILL LIRBAN "Geek" "By wit he speaks: by mind he rules: in football he wins: in classes he fools." Class Secretary 3: One-Act Play 4: Senior Class Play 4: Annual Staff 4: Camera Club l. 2: Prom Committee 3: Football l. 2, 3, Co-Captain 4: Baseball 1, 2, 3, -lg N Club 3, 4: Band l. 2, 3, 4: School Orchestra 3. Tuotvms WCDl.I:li "Tom" "He was cut out to be an angel but someone ran away with the pattern." BIAA 1, 4: Camera Club 2, Vice-President 3: Prom Commit' tee 3: Biology Club 4: Football 2, 3, 4: Basketball l, 2: Base- ball 3, 4: N Club 3, 4: Mixed Chorus 4. 060 IDELMEH STEINBEM: "Del" "A squeal of the tires, a blat of the horn. here comes Del as sure as you're born." FFA l: BIAA l, 2, 4: Prom Committee 3: Biology Club 3: Football 2, 3, 4: Basketball 1, 2: -Baseball 1, 2, 4: Mixed Chorus TJONALD STavuu "Don" "I let the teachers worry about my studies." BIAA 4: Prom Committee 3: Biology Club 4: Football 1, 2, 3, 4: Basketball Manager 2: Track 2: N Club 4. BOBERT Tasmin 'iBob" "The one and only big he-man, he must eat spinach by the can." FFA 1, 2, 3. 4: Prom Committee 3: Basketball 2, 3: Baseball 4: Track 2, 3. NADINE rlllliTZ "Dean" "VVherever she goes, whatever she's clone, she has a bright smile for everyone." Class Secretary-treasurer l: One- Act Play 2, 4: Thespian Play 4: FHA l, 2. 3: School Daze Stall News Editor 4g Annual Staff 4: Prom Committee 3: Biology Club 4: Band 2. 3: School Orchestra 3, 4: Glue Club l, 2: Mixed Chorus 3, 4, Treasurer 4. Louise W'M:Nrf': "Vow where do l go?" FHA 4: Clee Club l, 2, 4. IDALTON XA70LFllA'1'Il "Dal" "1 may be a boy: l may be at man: l always do the best l can." Camera Club 3, 4: Basketball l: Mixed Chorus l, 2, 3. 4. Wewillgofaztduwm JOANN ZAUG .jon "A good gal, a good friendg a faithful worker to the end." School Daze Staff 4J Annual Staff 45 Prom Committee 3g Biology Club 2, 3, Secretary 49 Band 1. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. BAND Gary Bernegger Donna Budwit Margaret Ann Christ Leon Fisher Barbara Fischer Helen Fitzgerald Bette Granger Joyce Jacobs Janice Krueger Mary Madden Marlene Meating Marlene Moudry Jerome Mullarkey Audrey Pieper HIGH HON GR STUDENTS Beviznur ZEMPEL .. ,. Bev "Oni three things are to my delight, a boy, a moon, and Sun- day night." FHA lg School Daze Staff 43 Prom Committee 3: GAA 35 Biology Club 2. Jerome Mullarkey 11. Margaret Ann Christ Lorrita Suprise 12. Leon Fisher Marlene Meating 13. Joann Zaug Marjorie Spiegelberg 14. La Verne Hoffmann Darlene Schimkc 15. Carol Jean Bieckmann Cary Bernegger 16. Beverly Zempel Eugene Huettner 17. Audrey Pieper Shirley Schroeder 18. Dorothy Pribbernow Barbara Fischer 19. Frances Silhan Ruth McFaul 20. Nadine Tietz GOLD N AVVARDS Nadine Tietz ATHLETICS Darrell Berglund Ronald Knapstein Donald Kroll Robert Peterson Dennis Schoening FORENSICS Margaret Ann Christ Mary Hutchison Marlene Meating VOCAL Marjorie Spiegelberg 21 F. F.A. Eugene Bruss Dudley Krenke Orlin Kuehl Robert Tesch F.H.A. Norma Konrad Dorothy Pribbernow PERFECT ATTENDANCE Robert Frank Marlene Moudry Carol Jean Ftieckmann Donna Steinbach Beverly Zempel H., "Caught butwccn acts." "AH drcsscd up and nu place tr H gil. "Now Darlene, it can't bc that bad." Un I haw to pay the chock?" XVay hack wl1c11." my' and 'Heck' 'I "VVl1a" l1nppi11ed?" "My buddy." 22 Rf 4LjebVZ'X X340 lojj xy X f f,-,Jfrslg-N Econ om nl s 0-I I slf IK' 'PPOLLQ1 f HEADI G FOR THE LAST ROU DUP Wlhen we first entered this building, we thought our 'Iunior year would neyer come. lr seemed to us that the .Iuniors had the most aetiyities and lun. But it eame sooner than we thought. And it passed faster than most of us wanted it to. We had much excitement and many good times. Much ot our spare time was used lor outside activities. Our lirst hig thrill was our class rings. We thought they were the prettiest of any elass. We showed them oil to all the other students heeause we were proud ol them. VVC lelt Hattered when a Senior remarked that they liked ours hetter than their own. Our second and higgest thrill was the prom. We chose Russell Ruseh as our prom king and Maytime as our theme. Now that our first three years are finished, we hope our last year will he just as wonderful as the hrst three. Hmm' Tlirec: G. Deller, R. Diley, R. lialthazor, S. Brigham, G. Bruss, ,l. Charlesworth. A. Burns, M. Coyle. Hou' Two: D. Brennenstuhl, D. Danke, A. Uanlae, G. Berk, M. Cornelius, M. Horehardt, D. Brown. Hou' One: A, llellile, S. Dorsehner, Cornelius, L. Baxter Cf. Eckhart, C. Dorrow, D. Cutlf QR limi' Tliree: -I. Grout, -I. Edminster, I.. Hilker. C. Hidde. R. Evans, D. Hoerning, D. Fischer, B. Koval. Ron' Two: M. Fritz, B. Hutchison, C. Klein, Xl. Fermanieh, M. Gorman, B. Flease, A. Kolhe. tl. Edminster, M. Gauerke. limi' One: M. Fuhrmann, B. Herter, S. Herter, M. llandwghlte, N. johnson, U. Hensel, rl. Knapp. 2-I JU 1011 CLASS OFFICERS II. IILISCII, I'rcsicIcntg K. IInIw1'tS, Vir:cfPrcSicIc11tg I.. IILISCII, SL'L'I'CIL!I'f1 IJ. IILISCII, YIIl'C1lSl.Il'L'I'. Hun' lllrvv: A. Innglniw, IJ. Poppy, IJ. KmImImc, Y. NCLIIDRILILT, Ifi. Ixullcy, I. I'crIxinS, II. IIUIUIIQ Ii. I,.nuI. Hn Inu I IXIIIDI I I ll' ' : . sink, dl. I.uncI, V. AIQIFCIQS. Ix. IIowmam. A. .XI-mmml, IJ. Iz1tImmp, I.. NIk'I,L'I4lllllII. Inu' Ono: I7. NIcyc1'S, I.. Iilmclcn, K. Ilulxcrrs, XI. Moll. I". KZ'L'l1IiL'. S. Pcnning, lf. Xlicllawlix, ll, IHIILIIVIL RUll',I-II1'UL'I I3. SmurIing, I3. I-IILIYCII O. Sclulclkc. AI. SCITIIICIINIII, I. Sicwurl, I.. IIILISCII, IJ. IILISQI1. Ifvu' bllwo: I.. Sussc, I.. SCIIINZIHKII. D. IIUSS, II. IIUSCI1. II. 9piugn'IIvcrg, IJ. Wfcgc. II: f IJ VI 1 If zu' Juv: . '1 'Lx D. SCIICLIIUI1 Cf l'Iw1-pc, I.. Sense, 9. I'immL'I, If. IILIIWDCI. II. II'zlIr.1II1. 25 RE WE THI F R ALREADY. "l li, ya, lfroshlu shouted a happy Sophomore, remembering the days when he was a Ugl'CCl1l1Ul'1lH and the upperclassmen hollered the same to him. "Oli boy are we lucky g gym only twice a weekl But now we have to figure how X5 4X W' ZX rf ? P F Do we have to take algebra? Even world history marches our wav. The Sophomore class has proved itself to be a big improvement over its Freshman year. Maybe the thought of no longer being "Fresh" had something to do with the situation. The class has a high scholastic ability, proved by the large number of students on the honor roll. In addition to being a scholastic group, they are Well represented in extra-curricular activities. ln addition to their hard studies, the Sophomores turned out to win second place among the lour classes in the Halloween Hoats. They came out in third place among the school organizations. Spring rolled along and with it came the happy thought of vacations, and no more hard work. As "taps" were heard in the distance, they looked lorward with eager eyes to the time when they would become "big Juniors' lion' liour: P. Collier, G. Carey, R. Ehlke, E. Beckman, D. Dey, D. Dratli ll. Cartwright, VV. Altenherger, T Allen. Hon' Tlzree: li. Bauer, C. Bechard, E. Bruss, R. Danke, ll. Daberko, ll. lloser, j. llreluner, D. Dietz. Ron' Tivo: A. Danke, L. Else, D. Braatz, -I. Egan, H. Csabai, N. Bruss, Elsholtz. Ron' Owe: L. Baeheller, D. Baird, R. Arndt, B. Butler, ll. Casey, E. Degal, N. Buskirk, B. Bucholtz. lion' liunr: R. Kaminslci, R. johnson, R. Knapp, D. Kopitzke, il. liernianich, L. Kusserow, G. Jennings, L. Ilolver son, K. llelms. llou' Tlzree: lloag, K. liroll, li. jagoditsch, D. Killen, li. Gorges, A. llandschlce, ll. llornes, C. Graebel. llou' Tivo: L. Kratzke, D. GruetLmaeher, M. Gresharner, M. Knutli, li. liritl, P. Kuppernuss, A. Langlois, V Gorges, Nl. Loughrin. Huw One: D. Leppla, D. Lipke, D. Geske, I. Gructzniacher, ll. Luft, C. lluettl, ll. Kitzman, M. Forster. . ,......... ,.., mf u Q, q 'M SOPHMORE CLASS GFFICERS D. Schucning, Prcsidentg M. Knutlm, Vice-President, D. Prochnow, Secretary: J. Egan, Treasurer. Hon' Ifourr D. Sawall, T. Ostcrmeicr, K. Nollenbcrg, L. Suwull. ML1llurkcy, D. Offcnxmxlcll. H. Pzllxlxcr, O. Rlll12.LC. M. Ruud. lion' Tlzrev: G. Noack. R. Millard, VV. Plmillippi, T. O'Neil. VV. Much, R. Meslmick, II. Ocrtcl, Sclwllcr. Ron' Two: R. Klullict, Pcnning. ,I. Pctursun, D. PVKJCIIUKUXV, RLIIISQHII, E. Sclmilnkc, Mnruck. Hou' One: N. Rohloff, D. Pugcl, M. Nullict, D. Ruxnberg. Al. Xlunsuur, B. llulmloff, V. Pribbcrnmv, L. RULISSCAILI '15 Hou' Four: F. xAYLl11gCIiI'lC, W'crnbcrg, K. Zicmcr, R. Steinberg, R. Webb, G. Wicnzmdt, VV. Thmnu, H. VVcnscl, M. VVor1n. Hmm' Tllrev: Slcckling, IJ. Tluunn. C. Thicxnc, j. 'Tl'ilI11h2lllCf, D. Spcncur. S. -lqhUlI1l7Sl7l1, K. Stcckling, R. Tcsscn. lion' 'I'u'f1: G. VVing, N. VVQIICTSIIYICIY, M. Schimkc. U. Schwarz, D. Scllm.-ning, -I. Zcrcnncr, A. Schuh. K. Swinton. Hun' Ona: D. FIAIIUHYLIS, Nl. Sunnncr, ll. Yuung, P. FIOIIAIYCY, Suffix, P. Young, P. VVullcnfa11g, D. Suprisc. 27 TO GREATER HEIGHTS Last fall we entered into an entirely new world. A world in which we had to assume responsibility - or elsel Being like all freshmen before us. we were dubbed with the traditional name "Greenhorns" and were seen dashing through the corridors between elasses muttering our loeker "eoms". O O Yes, we were new at this job of being Freshmen, but we soon made those "know it all" upperelassmen sit up and take notice. Under the able leadership of our elass oflieers we had a really big Hrst year. Two petite young ladies namely Dawn lX'lePeak and Fern Mareks represented us in the homecoming queens eourt of honor. Nor was the Freshman Hoat anything to be pushed aside. "Lets Make-Up" brought all our talented aetors and actresses out into the open. Now that our "green" year is over, we look forward to even bigger and better things next year. XNatehoutl Hou' limir: D. lluelow, ll. Fields, ll. lioser, ll. llauernlienrl, li. Diinler, Il. Drews, M. llesaw, S. lialmeuek, C. Allelclt, J. Besaw. Hon' Tlzree: L. Fischer, M. Earll. R. Christianson, M. lierinaniek, Cf. liberts, ,l. Enos, C. Brown, D. llreier, C. Allen. Run' Two: K. Collier, M. Heil, B. Burns, Bodoh, V. Dorow, D. Dexter, ll. llinke, yl. Hrelnner. Ron' One: R. Drum, D. Dorsehner, C. C-loede, Edminster, S. Breaker, U. Draheim, Egan, A. Brazil. Hou' Four: E. Grunwald, 'l. Lund, V. Huebner, M. Kretsehiner, C. Kopp, C. Kalbus, H. Cuyette, j. Huebner, ll. Gutoski, VV. Hoffman. Row Three: D. Hansen, D. Haynes, A. Konrad, C. Kroll, R. johnson, A. Learinan, Xl. Haas, Hurbon, A. Gruetzmaeher. Row Tivo: Kralce, K. Lathrop, H. Hetzer, C. Kohl, D. Huettner, -I. jahsinan, Grunwald, M. llolverson. 1i01E3OI1-fl B. Hoag, G. Korth, F. Hanselman, G. Griswold, M. liandsehke, nl. Hutchison, H. Kitzinan, D. Lewis, . L oyd. . gl is i-:MQ BARR ' 1582 FRESHMA CLASS OFFICER A Kunrucl, Prcsiclcntg NI. Alumsulm, x7ICC'Pl'CSILICllf1 F. Nlurcks, St,'L'I'L'I1ll'y1 IQ. I.illI1I'Ill7, I4I'C2ISlll1'I'. Pun' I"rmr: N. Xlcsclmick, I.. Ihnlluy, II. IILINQIH, IQ. I!-llwm, C. .XIalrIia, C. Millard. II. SCIICIIIH, NI. AILIFLINCII. I' X IIUIIL'-'. ' 1 5' ' 1 ' j j Y j Hun' llnuc: Im. IIIICIIIC, IF. Iwlmcrls, Ix. Nlurusclm, IJ. KIQI L'llIi, VI. l1'.1I1I, XX. Nluxtcd, 1. Russ, K. Scllimlw. Pflll' ,l'II'Il! fx. Xlcfhnxmi, IX. AICLIIIXYAIII, I.. IIIIHLIUII, I., xI1ll1LItI4IICIlI, Nl. AICIIAILII, -I. RL-x, M. IIL.'L'lI, IJ. IIUINIDC IA I! 1 . , . . 4 - . Il . I'nu'U11c: XI, xIL'IJL'l'I1lHll, C. Il'lI3IlL'l'I1llU', .fX. O1m'1'11lL'Ix. In Xlcvcr. I. xI.ll'L'IiS, IJ. AICIIIIUI, A. I'cnnim4, S H05 1wILIs. I mmii Ron' Four: KI. Simmons, M. VVI1itc, II. SCIILIUIIQU. AI. Zuug. VV. Sclmimkc, H. Turk. II. ScI1ucttc, Cl. VV.ltcrsIrnc I3. Slmw. au' VIAIIVUUI II. ScuI1:m'u:', K. IAIlL'I'l1, II. Yrmung, U. SCIIIIIICII, Xl. Visuclay, IJ. SuutI1nrcI. Hr limx' 'l'n'n: I3. SI1L'I7PlIl'CI. IJ. Spun-Imr, Ii. XVinI4Icr. II. VVI1itc. P. Stich, VV. Sclmwcdcr, R. Sicbcrt. Run' Onv: IJ, SL-llc, S. VI'.xIn1u1', Ii. Spiugellncrg, D. Icws, M. 'I'Iwmps:m, IJ. Suprise. B. 'I'I1alycr, UI. Irihlyy. 29 , se' cr ' .r Q0 V W H! E '1 . ,an H V f 'ILON N ,: Z' N , N 'rw'-.f,,,,, f 1 Hou' Tivo: C. Bauer, C, Bork, C. Bernegger, D. Schoening, Mullarkey, D. Schcid, E. Bruss, A, llanke. Hou' One: D. Cull, C. Noaclc. ll. Schimke, IJ. VVege, VI. Jacobs, 'I. Knuth, D, VVoll'e. THE BULLDOG GUVERNS . . . The Student Council menihers are elected each year hy the students and are composed of a representative elected from each of the various cluhs, organizations, and classes. The Student Council provided action for many special events of the year. ln addition to its regular meetings and duties the council again sponsored noon movies which proved to he a real success. The Council sent Four delegates to the State Convention held at Eau Claire. At this meeting the delegates discussed, with student representatives from other schools, how their councils function and how they dil'l'er. The leaders ol' the Council included: President, Du Wtiiiic Dorothy Cuff. l 112 ,. .UW-..,.,..,,., Scheidg Vice-President, Cordon Bauerg Secretary-Treasurer, Ron' Four: M. Gorman, L. Perkins, Charlesworth, K. Nollenberg, D. lloernine, ll. Xlullarltey ll. Mullarkey, L. Fisher. N. Fuller, A. Crain, D. VVegc. Hou' Three: B. Hutchison, Knuth, Jacobs, A. Nollenberg, li. jagoditsch, ll. SL'llill1lxL', I2 l'iseher, E. laruss, Edininster. i limi' '1'u'o: l. Kubisiak, C. Eckhart, 1. Brehiner. -I. Peterson, N. Christ, L. Nlcllerlnott. I. lluhsain nl. Egan, M. Heating, M, Madden. 1 Hou' One: L. Bacheller. D. full, Nl. Hutchison, Nl. Metz, S. Dorsehner. ll. l'il!LQk'l'LllLl. Cl lluettl, Knapp. I BULLDOG BOOSTERS Under the guidance of Miss Tipler and Mr. Klinzing, the Pep Club inspired more school spirit than the school has ever seen. XVith the help of bulletin board and blackboard drawings, students were reminded of school spirit evcrv day. The olliccrs of this years group were as follows: President. Art Crain, Vice-President, Luonne McDermott: Secretary, . , - , . ,lane l1dnnnster1 Vlreasurer, 'lack Cfharlesworthg and Student Council Representative, Dave VVege. The Pep Club sponsored the Snake Dance and built one of the biggest bonfires we've ever had for the llomecoming festivities. Both "A" and "B" squad cheerleaders were spon- sored bv this active group. Frequent pep assemblies, for which the club arranged sliits and provided speakers, proved to he verv successful. 55 Ron Tlzret Knuth li llisthtr C Rietkmann N Tien A. Pieper, D. Hoerning, Mullarlcey, L Fisher ll Spitgtlherg D Sthimke, L Paul S Prahl. Hou T110 Nl Nltiting, l lxuhisiak L McDermott Dempster, M. Christ, D. Steinbach, S. i L tal Nl Olonntll C Nlclfinnis M Madden L Suprise. ion Out l liiird C Sitkett B Zempel D Prihhernow, L. Hoffn1ann,E.Neumann, ll. The Bulldog Edits . . . Two days before the School Daze is due to come out, the journalism room is in a quandry. Someone has run oll a page upside down. Not only that, hut somebody else didn't run off enough Copies of page 4 and the steneil ean't he found. Oh, well, thats the reason for typists. Miss llarrington, our very able advisor. just took everything in stride with her goodenatured smile and thought to herself, "This is the last straw. Surely nothing else can go wrong." But she didnt know our stall. We can do anything-wrong! There have been many times when our hard-working edi- tor, Darlene Sehimke, thought that the paper would never come out on time. But her hard-working stall has never failed her. VVe've come awfully close though. But amid all the confusion and fuss, weve had our share ol' lun, even though our grey hairs may come a little early. 34 Hou' Three: C. Ricckinann, D. VVege, D. Radley, L. Fisher, ID. Sclincninp., I3 Urban X u larkcy, G. Bernegger, A. Picper. RnIoI'I'. Hou' 'I'u'o: KI, Madden, E. Neumann, NI. O'CunncII, D. Scliirnkc, N. Iictl nas I Ixnr IS. Fischer, NI. Christ, M. Heating. Hon' Une: . Ilruwn, IJ. VVnII'c, C. Sackctt, I.. Sunrise, KI. Spiugcllicrg, I u Ifitzgcra cl, M. Ilutcliison, Bulldog Designers . . . Iiciitnr ,........ ,Xssistant Iiclitur .. Iiusincss Manager ,-Xssistant Iiusincss .Xrt ..........., Scnirir Captions . . nagcr . . .-.Mary IIutL'I1isnn, .Cary Bcrncggcr . . , .Daw VVQUQ rw . . .Leon Fischcr . . . . . .-Iney Rolntl . I Iclcn I7itLgcraIcI Margaret Christ, -Ianis Iinulli, Nadine Iictz, and Mary IXIHLILICII X'vliIIL'!'S .....,,......... Ilaricnc SCIIIIHIQC, Cami Rcidunan, Dcnnis Scliociiing Iiarliara Ifischcr, Bill Urban, Marlcnc Heating, I urrita Suprisc, and ,lorry NIuIIarI4cy Iiypists . ,,..,.....,. Marjnric Spcigcllucrg, Elaine Neuman, Margarct O'CnnncII, Betty Egan, rXucIrcy Pcipcr, Char- lotte Sackctt, and 'Iuann Zaug Plintngraplicr .................,., .... I Duane Radley .Xssistant Pliutograplicr .. ...... Doug W'nII'c .Xrlvisur .................... , ......... Robert Dickrocgcr Group pllotngrapliy IIll'UllgIl tlic courtcsy of Ci,-XR'IER'I I.xNsnN Srunins IVC wish to tIianIt Nr. Ricliarcl IXIL'DanicI of tIic ,-Xppicton I,USI'fil'L'SL'L'l1I lor tlic many Iinc pictures wiiicli lic so gcncrous- Ii' L'cwntriIiulccI. 35 'TI' Swv-,aff 1 hw "s XV THE BULLDOG PERFORMS 'I he seventy piece senior band again had a musically successful school year. The lall season was highlighted hy the intricate and well drilled halftime football shows presented at all the home games. The football show "Salute to the Politicians" was the hit ol the season and was well received by the fans. 'I he pep hand performed at all the home basketball games and helped to spread school spirit with its spirited music and pep cheers. The band also participated in all pep sessions and presented a very humorous pep skit. 'l he annual Christmas concert was the peak performance of the first semester and nas attended hy an overflow audience ol one-thousand listeners. l'he hand was invited to perform at the Oshkosh State College on February IO and presented an hours length puhlicity concert lor the college. New London was again selected as the host school for the concert and parade events ol the VVoll River Valley Music Conlerence. For the hlth consecutive year the hand, under the direction ol Mr. Bleick, participated in the Class "A events. The solo and ensemble events ol the spring festival were held at Kimberly and the New London Bandsmen returned with a total of sixteen stars. Those that received a starred rating at Kimberly attended the State Contest at hfladison and did equally well in that venture. .Nt the time this article went to press, plans were being made by the New London lions Cluh to take the band on an educational tour to the International Lions Club Convention being held in Chicago this summer. 36 The Pride of New London." 'The French Horn Section Gets Together." On to the State Tournament Practice Makes Perfect." THE BULLDOG CHA TS . . . llli' lll'5l 2ll5I1C1Hi2ll1CC ul 1l1C Lfllflllll tvl'HllPS NYLIS Lil llll' Ll1l'I5lll1-15 Q fll1k'l'l'l. lllt Mixvcl C'l111i1', LIl1ClL'I' tl1c a1l1lc gllltlklllkl' ul' Miss Mc'Ki11l11y', HlllL'l'L'll sc'lt'clir111s l'I'f tht- Mcssiult l11 lyccping witl1 tl1z1t truly' grcnt spirit ul' cil1l'lSfl1l2lS. 111z111y u111'11l5 11111 sung by tlwc Mzulrigul U1111111. 'l'l1c M11 amd c11sc111l1lc was lwlcl nt Kimlwcrly' uml 2llll10LIgl1 only lJll.lI1L' l lUL'l'l1iI14 .Incl tl1c lxlklklflgill were SI2ll'l'L'Ll. tl1c otlwr stuclcins c11lc1'ccl IIT tl1c Icst1y'z1l lClI 11 lllll l1cc11 kl SLlL'L'L'S5l-lll Llily. XVL' ywrc tl1c host sclmul for the 11011-co111pctitiy'c licstiml this yL'2ll'. l'l1c jumlgt s 1'11111111c11ts lcllt us with tl1c fooling tl111t wc l1z1cl sntisliccl l1is ClCl11ill1CliI1g L'lll'. ll1C Mixccl Clmrus spm1sr11'Ccl 1111 21l7pC2lI'2ll1CC ol' tllc Lll1iYCl'Sily ul' xXllSL'Ol1S C l1f111' 111 lllll spring. ll1lS cycnt yy'a1so11col the lXlQ,l1lIQl1lSl1l tl1c I11llSIL'ill SLXRISUII Il1 mln 1 city. It was 1111 z1cly'c11t111'c in music lor 111z111y' ul. us l7CL'2lLlSC ol' tl1ci1' truly' y'z11'iLcl l'L'l5L'I'U mirr. 38 FRE HMA GLEE CLUB Ron' Four: C. Brown, M. Visocky, C. Kroll, D. Mcpeaxk. M. Kretschmcr, C. Kopp, E. Dimlcr, P. Pulley. It Gutoski, M. Simons, C. Affeldt. lion: Three: V. Dorow, D. Spoehr, J. Rex, P. Stich, Al. I'lilklS, K. Schimke, VV. Schroeder, M. AICIIQIIII, A. Cru macher. lion' Two: L. Spicgelherg, ll. Meyer, K. Lathrop, Grunwnlcl, I.. Fischer, ll. llctvcr. D. Dexter, IJ. Iews, Alentnel. lion' One: B. Iloag, UI. Trihby, Cf. Prihhurnow, S. VVuhncr, IE. Sltcppalrd, A. Omcrnicli, A. Pcnniug, U. llmltt. U. Griswold, D. Selle. UPPER CLASS GLEE CLUB 1' Hou' Four: V. Gorges, Egan, B. Bauer, Flunker, A. Handschke, C. Druth, R. Tessen, G. Nouck. Roll' Three: N. Metz, L. Hotfntann, E. Penning, D. Brautz, D. Gruetzmucher, E. Ruppcl, M. Hutchison. Hmm' Two: D. Meyers, L. Rousseau, A. Schoe, E. Michaelis, N. Buskirk, L. VVagner, N. Schimkc, D. Suprisc. Hou' One: D. Leppla, M. Forster, M. Fuhrmamn, G. VVing, L. Bachellcr. P. Young, P. XAIQIITLHII. Standing left to right: Miss Behan, L. Fisher, W. Urban, G. Bernegger, D. Schoening, M. Christ, J, Bauernfiend, M. O'Connell. Seated Icfr to right: H. Fitzgerald, C. Sackett, D. Schimke, M. Madden, B. Fischer, M. Meating. 344' The Bul1dog's Last Performance . The dramatic productions of 1952-53 were started with a hang on the 29th of january. The first play of the season was "Men Are Like Streetcarsn, the traditional senior production. Under the able direction of Miss Margaret Behan the cast overcame all obstacles and delays in presenting the yearly spectacle. The cast included Gary Bernegger, Margaret O'Connell, Margaret Christ, Carol McGinnis, Lorrita Suprise, Darlene Schimke, Mary Hutchison, Charlotte Sackett, llelen Fitz- gerald, Barbara Fisher, Marlene Meating, Bill Urban, Dennis Schoening, and .lim Bauernfeind, and centered around the activities of lWary Madden, Cust as Maudie. The entire comedy was wellfreceived hy the audience and provided a Hl3I.lgl1'He1Tlll1LllGn to all who were present. 40 Ron' Tivo: D. Budwit, C. Bauer, Groat, L. Fisher, D. Hocrning, C Bcrncggci D Vywt li. Fisher. Hon' One: D. full, ll. liitlgerald, M. llutchison. Nl. hladtcn L s Heating, C. Saclictt. BULLDOG BARRYMORES . . Once again the Thespians had a very successful year. Their efforts were concentrated on carrying out their two annual projects-sponsorship of thc one-act play contest and presenta- tion of the Thespian three-act mystery4comedy. liach ol' the onelact plays was directed hy two student direc- tors. They were under the direction of the following people: Margaret Christ and Pete Van Alstine, Freshmen: Darlene Schimlae and Duane lloerning, Sophomoresg Dorothy Cuff and Leon Fisher, .luniorsg and llelen Fitzgerald and Mary Madden, Seniors. The class of '53 won lst place in the contest. therehy heing awarded the most points toward the Spirit Cup. The higgest event of the year For the Thcspians came when they presented "VVho Killed Aunt Caroline?" under the very able direction ol' their advisor, Mr. Hoffman. The play was huilt around the killing of rich old Aunt Caroline. The cast liept us all wondering which of the innocent ones to suspect. They all seemed like perfectly innocent people, particularly Miss Mahhit. Our Thespian troupe is a mernher ol' the National llonorary Dramatic Society lior high schools. It was formed to encourage active participation in the different phases of acting and stageworla. Students ohtain lnernhership through participation in one-act plays and hy working on production crews. The oflicers who lcd the troupe this year were: Cary Berf ncgger, presidentg Margaret Christ, vice-presidentg Dorothy Cufli, seeretaryftrcasurerg and Cordon Bauer, Student Council representative. 41 SENIGR PLAY W. Urban, M. O'Connell. 74e 2 Zdaaeea SOPHOMORE PLAY L to Right: Monsour, T. Allen, A. Handschke, P. Kuppernuss, K. Jagoditsch, J. Nlytton. G. Wing. 42 FRESHMA PLAY Left to Right: Milton Marasch, James Enos, Marion Reed. Carol Kroll. ie fam dfmmoufdc Woman . , , JU 1011 HO GR Left to Right: L. Perkins, I. Kubisiak, G. Bork, J. Edminster, M. Gorman 43 Hou' liour: K. Nollcnherg, G. Bruss, D. Hoerning, G. Bernegger, M. Madden, L. Stern, A. Pieper, IJ. Stever, D. Berglund. Hou' Tlrrce: D. Vllege. DI. Schimke, G. Bauer, G. Bork, Charlesworth, L. Perkins. M. Cornelius, ul. Edminster. Hou' 'l'u'o: hl. linuth, -I. lluhsam, A. Nollenherg, M. Gorman, N. Tietz, G. Noaclc, Edminster. Hou' One: yl. Knapp. I.. Suprisc. ill. VVollie, ll. Meshniclc, ul. Zaug, Nl. Schimlce, D. Cuff. The Bulldog Disects 'lihe main activity ol' our cluh is the annual science meet at Appleton. hlemhers work in groups and report on various projects pertaining to science. VVe sponsored the "Snow Ball", a formal dance, on Decem- her 26. This helped finance a trip to Chicago at the end of the school year. The museum and science huilding were toured under the guidance of our advisor, Mr. Kluever. It is a goal worth working for throughout the year. The ollicers were as follows: president, Darrell Berlundg vice-president, Loritta Supriseg secretary, .lo Ann Zaugg treas- urer, Mark Madden, and student council representative, Gary llernegger. Being one of the most active groups in school, the Biology Cluh had a husy and successful year. , ' k v? . Q A W' 7 Rau' Four: C. Klein, L. Romherg, S. Prahl, D. Dietv, L. laul, L. Holvcrson, G. Carey. CI Urath. hfl. Young, R. Mchaul, Nl. Gauerke. Hou' Three: L. Fischer, P. Stich, E. Ruppel, C. Gructzmachcr, N. llruss, Marlene llaas, A. Konrad, D. Schcdlcr, -I. Zerrenner, Cl. Dorow. Ron' Two: hi. hloser, Bodoh, D. RllllIl3Cl'j.Z, V. Prihhernow, V. llorow, ll. Tcws. ll. Cust-x' D. Prihhernow, E. hlichaelis. Hou' One: D. Draheim, A. cil'LlCIlIll1lL'llUl', Knapp, ll. Ceskc. l.. Vklalgner, ll. ligain, P. Young, S. Breaker, E. Meyer. Bulldog Homemakers . . . The Future Homemakers of America is one of the largest organizations in school. This organization sponsored many projects of interest to the community during the past year. Parents' Night held jointly with the Future Farmers of America, was one of the First events. The FHA. assisted with making the Farm institute on january 28, a success. The senior memhers were treated to a trip to Milwaukee on April l7, which they all enjoyed. The girls take courses in cooking, and sewing, which pre- pares them to he hetter homemakers, and to prepare them for the selection of their life's vocation. With the guidance of Mrs. Suomi they completed another successful year in the Held of homemaking. The oflicers dur- ing the past year were: Dorothy Prihhernow, president: hlile dred Cauerke, vice-president, Norma Konrad, secretary: and Lu VVayne Paul, treasurer. 45 W, af I - -. A .. 93 ln tl A . Iit1ll'Hl'.Ulll'I ll. Steinberg, R. Baltliulwr. VV. Nlihtllllil, T. Laitlirup, Siewert, O. Sehuellae, l.. Kussernw, L. Stern, E. Bruss, lion' illrree: A. lJJIIlliC, ll. Sehellin, G. Drews, Nl. lleecl. U. Sziwzill, li. lleinihrueh. R. Q1ill'UYI'iglll, ll. leseh. Hun' 'l'u'o: ll. Pmelinmx, Il, Uertel, U. Skflllllllll, R. Sehuellxe, l.. Szlsse. D. l3llL'lUU', CI lhieme ll. llainke, VV. Slialw. itlll' Une: ll. lJl'lllN, ll. Siehert, li. Iwhl. ll. llunlxe. A. ljlllllik, ll. xrlllllllll, l. cil'LlCTllll1lCllL'l'. B LLDOG AGRICULTURISTS 'lhe grim ol' the l9.l7.fX. is tu train students interested in agriculture. to heenme hetter lairmers. Again this vezir, the Seniors were rewurclecl for their uutstzincling work with ll trip linzineecl tliruugli money earned hy the cwgunilntion. .M x'urious times tlnutighuut the year the Ul'gLlI1ililIlUll sulcl seeds, Christmas ezircls, peneils Qincl ehuenlaite mills to raise money necessary to eurry out its prograun. Ilme large memhership was aiclvisecl hv hlr. llohinzm, who wus assisted hx' the 'I W lnlluwing ullieers: Presiclent, Orlin Ruehli Vieefpresiclent, lxussell lxuseh: SL'L'l't'l2lI'j', lluclley Krenlseg and Student Council Ptepresentzitive. Alun Dzrnlse. - 0 - - limi' lirmr: K. Ziemer, G. Burk, C. Kalbus, Fermanieh, O. Kuehl, D. Dey, C. liruss, ll lleelunnnn, l.. Hillter, ll. Uiley, IJ. O'funnell. Hou' il-llV'L'L'f D. Russ, Xl. VV4rrrn. ll. lluseh, ll. lihllce, ll. Crimes, ll. XVensel, ll. Knapp, ll Cluyette, KI. Klurziseh. l'iU'll' ilinwz YI, Ilfmg, ll. illnniiu, ll. lluherlw, l.. Szrsse, D. Uunlte, ll. lluseh, li, Cirnnwgilnl, V lluehner. limi' Une: A. Brazil, ll. Mmung, ll. Ureier, ll. lxrenlxe, ll. NlLlllIL'l. ll. llxrnsen. VI. lxmlte, IJ lewis. 46 Row Four: D. Steinbach, A. Kolhe, Knuth. J. Jaeohs, Flunlcer. F. Wttngelitie. D. Spencer, K. Kroll, If. llrnss, U. Xlelnealx. llou' 'I4lIl'L'L'! ll. Casey, M. Fritz, L. Xlellertnott, II. lltlminster, R. llitehie, R. Plowman, Nl. O'C'onnell, ll. Sehinilte, S. Moraelx. Hou' ilitro: ll. lletfer, ll. Dexter, K. lloherts, ll. llutler, ll. lloinherg, l.. lltlllvlll1ll1ll, K. lhern, ll. l.oughrin. Hott' Une: nl. Sommer, ll. Vlilteyer, P. liheyer, D. Cieslxe, ll. Suprise, ll. Suprise, ll. full, lltitehison, Ci. Criswoltl. THE BULLDOG FRULICS . . . ilihe large memhership in C.fX.fX. matle this year a huge sueeess. 'lhe fall season was openetl with soeeer. As the weather ehangetl, the girls came insicle ancl played volleyhall antl haslsethall. These were liollowecl hy soeial sports. ilihe Cl.fX.fX. girls provitletl the lians with entertainment during the hall'-time ol' our home hasltethall games when they exhihitecl their tumhling sltill. Wlhen the lirst signs ol spring came, hasehall was organivecl as the linal sport ol the season. ilihe ollieers eleetetl lor the 19521953 season were: President, 'lane lfclminster: Vieefljresiclent, Eunice Brussg Seeretary-Mlreasurer, l,Llonne hleljermottg Student Council llepresentative, 'Ianis Knuth. . V . , . . . Hon' liU'1H'f C. lxroll, Seheller, X. Xlarelxs, ll Sehnnlte, Nl. Cornelius, C. Kopp, C. Carey, ll. llolley, ll. liramhaner, VV. Nlaxtecl, G. Noaeli. Hou' Tlzree: M. Meliaul, N. liruss, M. Gauerlte, Cf Brown, I. llrehmer, -I. Peterson. M. Knnth. I.. Langlois, ,l. Cornelius. limi' 'liiroq V, Prihhernow. D. ilews, Nl. Klutz, Nl. llntehison, l'. Allen. 1. Kuhisialt, ll. llensel. Nl. Seltintlxe. Hou' One: P. VValrath, lj. X'Vallenl'ang, -I. Knapp, Nl. llolverson, ll. Arntlt, l.. Rousseau, C. Vlling, I.. llaeheller, S. xx,tIllllCl'. :HKXN Q4 K I Hou Three: -lhomas, D. Kroll, D. Polley, B. Urban, H. Meshke, lylullarkey, D. Schoening, D. Hoernmg 1 u Tu o: A. Crain, R. Balthalor. D. llusch, G. Bernegger, D. Stever, IJ. Scheid, D. Berglund, L. Rust 1, L 1 ulesworth. Q ll u Ont: ll. llutchison, Nl. Gorman, Linberg. G. Huettner, R. Rusch, R. Knapstein, B. Please, T. Vyolle BULLDOGS . . . 'Iihe N Cluh is an organization made up of all athletes who have won at least one letter in any major sport. lr is a well-functioning club and is active in many alfairs. lfunds for the cluh have come from sponsoring some dances and collecting dues from memhers. 'I he ollicers ol' the cluh are: President, Dennis Schoening, ViceAPresident, Don Krollg Sccretaryfldreasurer Art Crain. lhis year, although the privilege of sponsoring the dance was given to the G..fX.A., the cluh held the election for homecoming queen. lhe cluh is expanding every year and should easily keep up its tradition as a well-forincd cluh. THE BULLDOG B RKS il he forensic program has turned out to he one of the most productive extra- curricular activities in New London lligh. This gives the students a chance to learn to have sell'-confidence in themselves and most ol' all poise. ln the latter part oi February, voices could he heard coming from unoccupied classrooms where the memhers of the forensic league were vigorously practicing lor the contest which was scheduled in lylarch. lhe memhership turnout this year was on the average oi' the previous years. Our coach this year was hir. lrluppler. 1 ii fur: V. Marcks, D. Sehimlve, K. Kroll, H. Spiegelherg, M. Cornelius, A. Pieper. Zaug, F. Silhan, P Po cy C Qraehel. Y u lree: M. Nlclraul, ll. Casey, nl. Scheller, S. Timinel, VV. Maxted, M. O'Connell, M. Christ, L. Suprisc Nlciting. u luo: j. Brown, IJ. Hensel, N. johnson, K. Roberts, M. llutchison, M. Schiinlxe, Cf. Saekett. Ifu ie: 'I. llutchison, -I. Knapp, U. full, D. Geske, ll. lletzer, M. llolverson, Cl. Griswold. l 4- li .ng ,- , " A' ' ,QUE . fi' ' , . Hott' Tlirve: -I. l,lll1Li, .l. Luntl, Sehiinlte, Nl. x'xit7l'll1, -I. l:2H,lCI'I1ilCl1ll, D. llaiclle' ID Vtolirith IJ llniernhenml 3, . . . l.. Rgiciiey, CI Druth. lon' Iwo: l. llhoclen. Nl. AlL'l'Lllli, D. ltithrop, VV. liollvnmnn. A. liolhe, ll. llitehie. lk llohertx. IP. Nolte llmi' Une: Xl. Moser, li. Nliehzielis. The Bulldog Poses . . . Under the :thie ieaiciership oi' hlr. llrown, the Caiineral Ciuh spent il very htm tem. ihey sponsored floats, citinees, :in exeiting photo eontest, tincl sexerni parties in .itltli tion to their reguhn' zletivities. ilhrough their study ol' l7iNll0gl'2ll5i1y, the meinhers :ire heeonting quite proiieitnt in the nrt ol pietni'e-tninng and ure proving themselves to he tin zisset to our school Bulldog Projectionists . . . iiihe success ol' the visual zliclw provrtnn here tit Vthiwiiingfton I Iivlm clepentlx iiroelx I x 7 A i 7 ' upon the projeetor eluh. Unte tlgillll this vein' the projector einh, untiei' the ciireetion oi' Mr. l'i4intit'o, shorts all movies eonneeteci with 6i2lSSXX'tll'lx anti other school aietivities. ,X sure sign that the projector eiuh is one oi' the inost tietiie groups in sehooi is tht tilliif reiierenee to it in the morning aincl noon tinnouneenients. ion' ilno: li. lleciunaili. ll. Stiwull, UI. llestnr. IJ. ll.isSe. U. Diuith. N. liuller, O, linehl, ll. ll.iilh.ifoi, l. I ton' Une: l,. Spoehr, K. Steekiing, ll. -lillltlllkl, D. Russ, U. Krzihhe, Cf ileehxirci, D. Krenite. u IIIINN om Dcbroll King DuWa1ne Sehled ueen Marlene Meating, james Madden. The bulldog goes formal . . Aloha means farewell, and isn't the prom a farewell to the Seniors? This was the idea the juniors thought up for their prom. After the theme was selected, the problem of decorating had to be solved. That was going to be complicated. llow could they have palm trees, Howers, and all the things necessary to make the gym similar to those romantic islands? It took lots of time and hard work, but they did it. On thc night of May 2, we walked over a bridge, under which was a real pond with water lilies. We thus entered the atmosphere ol' Aloha. Walls' Beau and his orchestra were surrounded by a white picket fence - a world of their own. And we were in a world all our own - a world of Palm trees, girls in grass skirts, bam- boo seats, everything necessary to create the right atmosphere. King Du Wziilie Sehied and his queen. Marlene lVleatinQ. were crowned bv lim Madden and his date, loan Dellroff. The king and queen were seated on a throne of bamboo seats with palm trees surrounding them. A wonderful time was had by all. The time for departure arrived much too soon. 50 Hag. ' lx W awww iw xi, sp. li? 1-1 1 23 wt 'lo ,wigs we N5 afa' i .. :-.ENE 1 as b tv' hz. . IQM , Q 'vf 9 S a 'E ai Q Y . --. 8 2, Kon four: Mullarkey, K. Nollenberg, Wernberg, tl. Monsour, Mytton, D. Krabbe, C. Kalbus, R. Meshnick Nl Borchardt, C. Bechard. li ll lhiee: C. johnson, M. Gorman, D. Hoerning, Swanson, D. Polley, D. Drath, L. Perkins, R. Bdlflldllll' I Schimke, R. Poeplce, Nlullarkey. ll in I oz D. Stcver, j. Charlesworth, R. Please, D. Rusch, j. Besaw, L. Rusch, D. Van Alstine, W. Hutchison l lxnapstein, Linherg. Ron Olult: T. Vllolfe, E. Huettner, D. Berglund, W. Urban, G. Bernegger, D. Schoening, D. Kroll, D Scheld iomas. The Bulldog Tackles . . . The year 1952 saw more boys coming out for football than in past years. Under their capable coach, Vermont johnson, and assistants, 'lack Rainbow and Donald Clark, the boys played scrappy football. They won one, tied one and lost the rest by very close scores. Our lighting eleven opened the season with a thrilling 13-6 loss at the hands ol' St, Marys. Even though they lost the game, the statistics were highly in their favor, and they all but passed St. Marys out of the park in the second half. The next game was against Two Rivers where the Bulldogs missed several scoring opportunities after pushing Two Rivers all over the held and had to settle for a tie. lihc final score was 6 all. New London finally broke into the win column at Kimberly when they ruined the Papermaliers homecoming and came home with a l2-6 victory. The annual Homecoming game was a loss as New London went down to a l9-12 delcat at the hands of Kaukauna's Galloping Ghosts. New London didn't win the remaining ball games, but they had the special distinction of being the first team to score against Neenah. Co-captains were elected at the end of the season and Gary Bernegger and Bill Urban were selected for the honors. Pete Van Alstine and Bernegger were on the all- conference defensive first team. Urban and Don Kroll received honorable mention. Twelve Seniors and eleven underclassmen received letters. The Seniors who won awards were Bernegger, Urban, Kroll, Dennis Schoening, Du Waine Schied, Darrell Berglund, Ronald Knapstein, lack Lindberg, Tom Wolfe, john Schimke, Don Stever, -lim Thomas, and jerry Mullarkey. 54 B Squad Football fN, ll flue 1 1111 ID Ixr1l1l1L R Bzlltlnllor. K. N11lle11be-rg, D. Pulley, 1 1.1 1 1 s ll 11 L ll 58111 II. Li11Lll1e1'g, IK. VIULISC. II. xvL'fI1lHCl'g, nl. SLI11 nh Xlu11111 ll 1 VK IlutUl1is11 11. IfOO'I'B1'XLL SCORES London London Lo11do11 Lonclon Lo11do11 LOIICIUII Londo11 London 6 6 O 12 12 I2 7 12 St. Ixlalry s Two Rixus Cli11tor11'illL KiI1lbCl'Iy Kauku un Neenah Sl111w1111o 516111151111 Conference Games. QM? gf 3- ef Ei ik, U' .2 Aw 2 ,ww , -wmv wg , . ww l , 1 fpffw-1 .:. s slufsgfw pm , QV, .mnfwm W .A H+ X Tom Wcmlfc, Lcft llzxlfhzlck Du Wzlinc Sclmcid, Riglm Ilnlflmck john Sclmimkc, Right Tackle "Kuclol' Kroll, Quurtcxbancla mmanw vm. was , fwfmwmm . 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Although the 4-18 record may not impress the experts. it was an improvement over the records of previous years. New London opened the season successfully as they won their first conference game 63-61 in a thrilling double overtime victory against Clintonville. The Bulldogs failed to win a conference game after the season opener, but they lost many close ones. Take for example the 65-60 loss at the hands of Menasha, the 1953 State Champions! In non-conference competition, New London was more successful. They defeated Berlin, Algoma, and Seymour, while they lost to St. Marys, New Holstein, and VVaupaCa. There was satisfaction, however, in at least part of our Conference play. Don Kroll, Bulldog forward, set a new Mid-Eastern Conference record as he became the only player in the conferences history to score 300 points. His record of 307 points heat Pat O'Keefe's urevious total of 279. Although Kroll deserves much praise, his teammates should also be complimented, because if they hadn't coroperated, Krolfs record would not have been possible. Kroll was also a unanimous choice on the All- Conference team. Letter winners on the squad included the following Seniors: Don Kroll, Harold Meshlce, Bob Peterson, Bill Urban, Dennis Schoening, Darrell Berglund, and Gene lluettner. juniors who won awards were Jack Charlesworth, Pete Van Alstine, and .lim Swanson. 58 ft 1 ullarkcy, T. Allen, S. Ilriglmm, R. Luft, l.. l4LlSCl1, D. Killen, DI, VVcrnlur5, Iuka mg 1 B-Squad Basketball New New New Ncxx Ncxx New New New New New New New New Nou Nw New New Nw Nun New N cu NGN' ll: D. lluuItm'1', N. ML-slmiclx, D. Briglmm, Cl. xvlllL'I'SlfLlllI, il. Roc, Clmclm ll f,l7I' 1 Freshman Basketball l ,omlcm lnmlun Lomlmm Lcmclnm Londcm l,umI1m l .mulun l mxmlrm lmmclmm l .unclon lammlon lmulfm lnmlon I ,umlun l,umlun l-onclm1 Lumlon l .onclon lonclcm l ,nmclmw lnmlon l,rmclrm 45 56 47 63 59 6 l 60 35 5 l 47 58 53 56 47 29 48 46 45 49 48 54 44 Y cull llfXSKlf-l'll.Xl.l. SCT IRES Lllolllmlc Uxcrtinwl Pl'OURNAMEN'l' nlicrcncc Clnncs. St. lXlnry's New l lolstcin lin u lan u nn CI inrumillv Slmwunu llc rl i n JN lcnnslm ,fllgmnu Kimlmc rl y 'llwo Rivers NCL'I11ll1 Kill! lin u nn SCYIDOLII' Clintonvillc Slmwnmm lN'lL'I11lSll1l YVQILI pam Kimlucrly rl 'wo Rivers lXlCL'l12Il1 Oslmlaoslm Necnah 70 Sl '52 6l 69 58 65 Bl 60 64 50 50 S2 60 36 81 6l 50 66 S7 57 46 5 W.. C 46 su , if ii fu Kli- S' 1- lm H an N, .4 -sg, W w Aw f M 2 -----: 2 fa si .. , , tn ,W 1 Y M A 4 ,,, W5 , , ., ,. y M , 1 9 2 AS N xga ,gm " .. Q ,wx M YQ? 1 - 4 X , I The Bulldog Sprints . . . With only one returning letterman, Bob Peterson, our hopes for a successful season rested largely on untried underclassmen. Starting with roadworlc in early April and continuing throughout the season, the l953 squad showed continual high spirits. The first dual meet of the season with Appleton was followed hy four successive triangular meets. Then came the conference meet at Neenah in early May, which was succeeded by the season Finale, the sectional meet, also held in Neenah. Under the direction of coach Vermont Johnson, the Bulldog thinclads hnished their season with satisfying results and showed a promise ol better seasons ahead. limi' Three: Besaw, B. Balthazor, T. Lathrop, Nl. Madden, ,I. Siewert, D. Pulley, IJ. Stevcr, O. liuchl Hou' Two: L. Perkins, Bauernhend, G. Bork, E. Bruss, G. Bauer, D. O'Connell, Drews. Bon' One: T. Roe, B. Millard, T. O'Neil, A. Danke, B. Marks, nl. Mytton, B. Homes. H317 62 The Bulldog Homers . . . lloloro tho snow ovon got oil tho ground thoro was il group ol hoys that woro working out in tho gym gotting thoir arms and hinting oyos in shgipo. X'Vhon tho snon , thu moxul clown to llittnn Puls xxhut Coith fxiil lxluuu noulcl ht XYLIS f-'OHL' " " ' 1 ' l W ' ' ' ' f 1 ' tri-Q . soon looking ovor this yozifs prospoots. Many ol' tho hoys plziyocl on tho logion lg-lSCl72lll toxim ovor the summor, whilo othors woro out lor tho hrst timo this your. iliho sohotlulo lor tho your was ono gnmo with ouch ol' tho following sohools: liimhorly, Kaitilantimi, Shaiwzino, Noonuh, hlonzishzi, lwo Hivors, :incl Clintonxillo. Sovorul othor gnmos woro also plaiyocl with smzillor schools in tho vioinity. Un oomplotion ol' tho oonlioronoo soaison at sorios ol' tournumonts woro holtl which lotl tho winnor to tho staito ohaimpionship. . , , 'l'ho Now l.ontlon loam, l'C,Q2lI'CllCSS ol' tho linot that it uns nmclc up ol nmnx unclor olnssmon, mziclo ti lino showing. limi' limit: A. Cmin. Il. Clizirlosworth, ll. Kroll, D. Soliooning. ui. Urlmn. ll. Hoy, vl. Klullairlxoy, fi. llruss. ll. llrtnh. lun Tlrroor Cf Xlillnrcl, ll. llusoh, D. Suwzill. CI Knlhus. ll. llorgluntl, ll. lliloy, ll. Krzihho, lf. lluottnor, lf. lmoolunn n. lon' lim: ll. l.unLl, Xl. llorolinrclt, rl. Lllll7L'I'4S1,, ll. Nlnlliot, rl. Sohnnlto, ll. Sohollin, ll. llusoh, Nl. Cforinzin, lx. hlaigoclilsoli. lon' Ono: Xl. llunclsohlao, -I. lfnos, U. llohorts, XY. llulohison, XV. llollinzinn Kronko. li. Vl'oll'o, D. llroior. mea- Zaikin? af' - -7955 AUGUST 25 Freshman Registration - "You go first!" 26 Sophomore Registration - "There's nothing to it." 27 junior Registration - "This is getting monotonous." 28 Senior Registration - "Four times is enough." SEPTEMBER 3 Freshmen get first chance. 4 "We're back!" 13 St. Mary's 13 f N.L. 6 - We're just warming up. 19 Two Rivers 6 - N.L. 6 - Told you so. 27 Clintonville 35'- N.L. 0 - We were robbed. OCTOBER 3 Kimberly 6 - N.L. 12 - Fun, isn't it? 8 Assembly Program-Scotch Trio - For ye bonnie lads and lassies. 11 Homecoming - Kaukauna 19 - N.L. 12 - They're just good. 15 Assembly Program - Otto Schacht - Watch your diaphragm! 18 Neenah 54 - N.L. 12 - Help wanted. 25 Shawano 20 - N.L. 12 - The last straw. NOVEMBER 6 Teachers Convention - "Wake me up at noon!" 13 Assembly Program - Carl Joseph's -- Bullseye! 18 St. Mary's 70 - N.L. 45 - Here we go again. 21 New Holstein 51 - N.L. 36 - What happened? 26 Thanksgiving vacation - "I'm stuffed." 28 Kaukauna 52 - N.L. 47 - It was a tough fight. DECEMBER 5 Clintonville 61 - N.L. 63 - Ah, sweet revenge. 12 Shawano 69 - N.L. 59 - We tried. 13 Berlin 38 - N.L. 61 - Goody, Goody. 17 Christmas Concert - Lost: Another Chord. 19 Menasha 65 - N.L. 60 - Think they're smart. 22 "See you next year!" 26 Holly Hop - "May I have this dance?" JANUARY 3 Algoma 31 - N.L. 33 - Getting off to a good start. 9 Kimberlv 60 - N.L. 51 - "Was that nice?" 10 Two Rivers 64 - N.L. 47 - Phooey! 13 Semester Tests - "Why didn't I study?" 16 Pissembly Program - Aristocrats of Song - Solne c ass. 16 Neenah 50 - N.L. 38 - Rockets shot ahead. 23 Kaukauna 50 - N.L. 33 - Not again. 24 Seymour 52 Y N.L. 56 - It's about time. 29 Senior Three Act Play - "Men Are Like Streetcarsu - Is that so? 30 Clintonville 60 - N.L. 47 - Truckers ran over us. FEBRUARY 5 Sophomore One-Act Play - "It's Cold In Them Thar Hills - Wear your coat. 6 Shawano 36 - N.L. 29 - Indians on the warpath. 13 Menasha 81 - N.L. 48 - Keep it a secret. 14 Waupaca 61 - N.L. 46 - Didn't count anyway. 18 Assembly Program - Leo Lania - Undercover man. 19 junior One-Act Play - "I'm A Fool" - Don't admit lf. 20 Senior One-Act Play - "Fireman, Save My Child" - He's busy. 20 Iiimberly 50 - N.L. 45 - How could they do such a t ing? 21 Two Rivers 66 - N.L. 49 - After we rode that far. 25 Freshman One-Act Play - "Let's Make Up" - How do you mean that? 27 Assembly Program - Goodman Players - Poor Jud is dead! 27 Neenah 57 - N.L. 48 - Jet propelled. MARCH 4 Re ional Tournament - Oshkosh 57 - N.L. 54 - Talgk about excitement! 5 Senior-Faculty game - We let 'em win. 6 Regional Tournament - Neenah 46 - N.L. 44 - Heartbreaker. 10 League Forensic Contest - Four score and seven years ago. 13 Assembly Program - Calaway, Hamilton, and Stev- enson - Next time bring your lunch. 17 Conference Forensic Contest - Don't look now, but your knees are knocking. 28 Solo and Ensemble Tournament at Kimberly - Don't let the stars get in your eyes. 28 District Forensic Contest - Here you have to be good. APRIL 2 Easter vacation - Got your minnows ready? 10 G m Night - Look at all those people. 16 Tfiespian Play - "Who Killed Aunt Caroline?" - She deserved it! 21 Hortonville - Baseball - Batter up! 21 Appleton - Track - Always in the running. 24 Neenah - Baseball - No fair bribing the umnire. 25 Cogcert and Marching Tournament at N.L. - Left, rig t. 28 Kaukauna - Baseball - Nailed at third, ow! MAY 1 Spring Prom - "Maytime" - The sun comes up so early. 2 Clintonville - Baseball - The morning after. 4 Kimberly - Track - Ready, set, go! 5 Shawano - Baseball - Take me out to the ball game. 8 Triangular Track Meet at Clintonville - We ily through the air. 8 Stunt Night - It's the points that count. 9 Menasha - Baseball - Out at first, short stop. 9 State music festival H- Next stop: Broadway. 12 Kimberly - Baseball - Caught a fly, it got away. 12 Triangular Track Meet at Neenah - Up, up, and over. 15 Conference Track Meet at Neenah - The chase is on. 16 Two Rivers - Baseball - Strike three. you're out. 23 Sectional Track Meet at Neenah - Wings on our feet. 24 Baccalaureate - A serious thought. 28 Commencement - Should auld acquaintance be forgot. W L ij! .- L,-.1-:T I " fwf' , V P.,- --mn' ruvg F" . "iff 'lm re 'Ev Hg' 7 i nm w-gy' , ,E 5 E551 .QL X34 m +445 if wk- ., K. 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