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

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1 956 Classmate .E if: Q 244 ii 35222 2 Presented m HIGH scuoog, , London, Wisconsin m " In Memoriam MARION REED 5 During our years on future pathways, memories of the friendships we have shared with these class- mates will not fade. The light of their purposeful lives will shine through the shades of untimely death. NANCY HUETTNER 1s dedmated to the never-end- Shared inthe School. lnghllgh Administration BOARD OF EDUCATION Left to right: A. Thomas, S. Jennings, R. Thiede, A. Bernegger, G. Schneider, V. Truesdale. Principal New London Public Schools DFFIGE ' GDRNERWASHINGTDN Sn DICKINSON STREETS TELEPHONE 34 NEW LDNDlJNv WIBDDNEIN Graduates of 1956: Each time I consider writing this Annual message I am faced with the problem of choosing a topic. Life is like thatg each of us must make many choices every day. Some of these choices will determine the degree of future success. Many times a poor decision is better than none, for procrastination is a thief of time. However, a wise decision is always best and can be made only after careful study and restraint of the emotional factors which so often blind us to the real facts upon which the final judge- ment will always be made, The ability to make truly wise decisions is the principal objec- tive of education. Knowledge by itself is not enough. One of the most helpful tools which has come to my attention is the Rotary Club's HFour Way Test.n I believe that it will help you make wise decisions. Here it is: The four way test of the things we think, say, or do. l. Is it the truth? 2. ls it fair to all concerned? 3. Will it build good will and better friendship? M. Will it be beneficial to all concerned? Superintendent of Schools GM an f,.,7vcW if It rj, ww.,6Ld,u14,4! MU 477, fo-wx fm Co, ' 'QQ TX!X,TLiYl,,,m0EyX" W 'Q 'M ,M W M QQJM Jw' L q K MM Wmgw Wwe By W WNW f9f"7U4,74,,,,,v Clfiffgyq' aw SJWMWMA W W M aff gwfgjwfxys pwjwjg way? 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W3 MVMMS Law KWQWWOQQW gf WM HMM Q Faculty MAURICE BLEICK Instrumental Music JOHN BROWN Science, Mathematics, EMMY BUNKS English, Drarnatlcs Camera Club GREGORY CHARLESWORTH Soc1a1Sc1ence, Athlenc Director DONA LD C LARKE Driver Education, Industrial Arts ROBERT DEHLINGER Boys' Physical Education Social Science, Athletics ROBERT DIEKROEGER Business Education, Annual AUDREY DOLL Girls' Physical Education, GAA, Tumbling Faculty KATHRYN GARVIN Home Economics, Pep Club RICHARD HOFMAN World History WALLACE HOFFMAN Eugllsh, Dramatxcs MARION HUPPLER English, Speech, Counseling DONOVAN HOHMAN Aguculture, FFA CYRIL KLUEVER Biology, Athletics, Biology Club, Pep Club EVERETT KLINZING Mathemancs KENNETH NEHMER Art, School Daze Faculty ROBERT OHM Industrial Arts, Athletics MARGARET SCHULTZ Latin, English, School Daze EVELYN SUOMI Home Economics, Fl-IA ROBERT WALLER American History, Debate WILLIAM TYLER Science, Visual Aids JOSEPH WELLS Social Science, Counseling ELSIE WATERMAN Commerc1al, School Daze RODNEY WEISS Vocal Music Non -Teaching Personnel DOROTHY EDKINS Library, Library Club CAROL MONTGOMERY Secretary to the Superinten- dent, ROSE COMLIN Secretary to the Principal BUS DRIVERS, back: Warren Ullman, Lloland Graich- en, Amold Ziechert, Carl PrahL Front: Milton Gough, Roy Konrad, Bernard Lettman, Thomas JANITORS: Roy Konrad, Amold Ziechert, Flanagan. 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Ztvmlunhtrn Z pfij 6 Iiitscnnatn - r 1 V. 3...,:s., 5 Whig? C31-xftifiz-gi Kiwi K W 4. Y C rl Kalbus Wenda Maxted Mary Severance Garneta Griswold Zresident Vice President Secretary Treasurer The Class of 1956 has completed the course of study and activity at Washington High School which will direct them to successful goals. Anticipation for the future is welcomed as a result of the encouragement and guidance of the facul- ry, Senior Advisors: R. Diekroeger, W. Tyler, M. Bleick, D, Edkins, J. Brown, We have proved our merit through our four years of activity and scholarship. Our first year passed with honors as we entered into active participation. Forensics, band, and a one -act play were chosen as subjects of interest dur- ing the Freshman year. Representation in Student Council and leader- ship in various organizations resulted in the recep- tion of the Spirit Cup as a reward for Sophomore industry. Worthiness of a successful Junior year was cer- tainly proved. The success began in the form of class rings and was climaxed with "Magic is the Moonlight, " our Junior Prom. A passing Senior year has caused a flashback on the individual pride we have had in our respective work, Our rewards in dramatics, sports, and journa lism compete the list of required achievements for the reception of our ......... Qfvim-n at flew 'B3igirnngiin,tlgip Stir Danni' gilag 1958 xdrubxxxi I 'funk-ri I Seniors SUSAN BABCOCK - "Sue" Talent and personality make a wonderful combination. One-Act Play 1, Thespian Play 1, All-School Play 3,Thespians 2, 3, 4, One- Act Play Director 4, School Daze 1, 2, 3, 4, Co-Editor 4, Annual staff 4, Prom Committee 3, Biology Club 2, 3,4, Pep Club 1,2, 3,4, Band 1,2, 3,4, School Orchestra 4, Forensic Play 2. - JAMES BESAW - In my desk my books do lie, they are at rest and so am I. Football 1,2, Baseball 2, Track 3, Projector Club 1,2, President 3, 4, Mixed ' Chorus 3,4. JANET BODOH A girl who talks little, but thinks much, FHA 1, School Daze Staff 2, Librarian 2, 3,4, Library Club 3, 4. ARDEN BRAZIL Only weeks grow tall, so I stay small, FFA 1. SHIRLEY BREAKER Full of pep, full of fun, she's a friend to everyone, FHA 1, School Daze staff 4, Prom Committee 3, GAA 2, 3,4, Vice President 4, JERI BREHMER - "Tweet" If she will, she will, and you can depend on it, and if she won't, she won't and that's the end of it, Hall Monitor 4, Annual Staff 4, Prom Committee 3, GAA 2, Pep Club 3,4, Librarian 2, Tumbling Team 2, 3,4,G1ee Club 1, Mixed Chorus 4, DONALD BRIGHAM He's not too loud, not too shy. He's just the nicest sort of guy. Class Officer 3, Prom Committee 3, Student Council 4, Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4, Track 2, 3,4, Homecoming 4. DU WAYNE BUELOW - "Wheeler" Come what may, he's the same good sport every day, Student Council 4, Football 3, Baseball 2, 3,4, Projector Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Vice President 4. BETTY BURNS - "Bets" Quiet in school, but have you ever seen her out of school? Prom Committee 3. KAREN COLLIER - "Butch" I have often regretted my speech, but never my silence, School Daze Staff 2, 3, 4, Annual staff 4, Cheerleader 4, Prom Committee 3, Pep Club 2, 3, 4, Tumbling Team 2, 3,4, Band 1, 2, 3,4, Twirler 2, 3,4, RUSSELL DANKE - "Russ" He teases, but he pleases. Mixed Chorus 3,4, One-Act Play 2, FFA 1, 2, 3, Football 2, Track 1,2, 3. DONNA DEXTER - "To0tS" She lives her life for one love. All-School Play 4,GAA 1, 2, Glee Club 1,2, 3, Mixed Chorus 4. Seniors VIOLET DOROW lnnocent face, but you never can tell. DARRELL DORSCHNER Barbers and gals get in my hair, Prom Committee 3, Track 3, 4. DIANE DRAHEIM Always happy, never sad, sometimes naughty, never bad, JAMES DREWS - Although he is extremely quiet, Class President 3, FFA 1, 2, 3,4, he's just the type that we all like, RICHARD DRUM - "Dick" I know a lot, I just can't think of it, FFA 1, 2, 3, 4, Baseball 4, MARYON EARLL A studious girl and a good musician. She doesn't sit around a wishin'. FHA 1, Annual Staff 4, Prom Committee 3, Debate Squad 3, Band l,2, 3,4, School Orchestra 1, 2, 3,4, CHARLES EBERT - "Chuck" There must be a lot of work in him, for not too much ever comes out. IANICE EDMINSTER - "Ian" Why gentlemen prefer blondes is not hard to see. Annual Staff 4, Camera Club 1,2,3,4, Treasurer 3, PYOIH C0m1'I1iUee 3: Biology Club 2, 3, 4, Student Coun- cil 4, Librarian 2, Band 1, 2, 3, 4. MARLENE FERMANICH She has a sweet disposition and brains for the highest position. FHA 2, 3,4, Prom Committee 3. BETTY FIELDS - "Bets" I never worry, I never fret. If I cau't remember, I just forget. School Daze 2, Prom Committee 3, Librarian 2, 3,4, Glee Club 4. LINDA LOU FISCHER - "Lin" You can never tell what she'll do next, FHA 1, 2, 3,4, Hall Monitor 4, School Daze 3, 4, Prom Committee 3, Glee Club 1'2' 3.4. President 4, Prom Committee 3, Track 1. FHA 1,2, 3,4, Hall Monitor 4, School Daze 4, Glee Club 1,2. CHARLENE GLOEDE Car A miss as sweet as her smile GAA 3. Seniors GARNETA GRISWOLD Gert Life is a Joke. Let s laugh. Class Treasurer 4, All-School Play 3, Thespian 4, Hall Monitor 3,4, Class Treasurer 4, Annual Staff 4, Forensics 1, 2, 3,4, Tumbling Team 3,4, Glee Club 1,2, Gym Assistant 3, ARDES GRUETZMACHER Very sweet, very wise, but mischief twinkles in her eyes. FHA 1, 2, 3,4, Treasurer 3, Hall Monitor 3,4, School Daze 4, Prom Committee 3, Glee Club. JOYCE GRUNWALD - "Grunie" In the classroom she is de- mure, but outside we're not so sure. School Daze 1, 2, 3, 4, Co-Editor 4, Annual Staff 4, Prom Committee 3, GAA 1 Band 1,2,3,4, Glee Club 1. ROSE MARIE GUTOSKI - "Rosie" Lots of pep, lots of fun, a smile that is brighter than the sun. Hall Monitor 4, Glee Club 1, Mixed Chorus 2, 4, MARLENE I-IAAS - "Mol1y" Not a sinner, not too tame, she's a friend you'd like to claim. FHA 1, 2, 3, School Daze Staff 3, Prom Committee 3, GAA 2, 3, Glee Club 1,2,3. MARVYN HANDSCHKE - "Hunk" I was peaches, I was cream, I was captain of the team. Prom Committee 3, Football 1,2, 3, 4, Co-Captain 4, "N" Club 3,4, Treasurer 4. FREDERICK HANSELMAN - "Fritz" Here I come, you lucky people, Prom Committee 3. DONALD HANSEN - "Don" lt's better to sleep in class, than waste a good evening. FFA 3, Prom Committee 3, BONNIE HOAG Here's a little girl with a smile, that makes the bubble of life worth while. Hall Monitor 3, 4, School Daze 4, Annual Staff 4, Glee Club 1, 2. WILLIAM HOFFMAN - "Bil1" Never silent, never quiet, wherever he is there's a riot, One-Act Play 1, Annual Staff 4, Camera Club 1,2, 3,4, President 4, Treasurer 2, Prom Committee 3, Basketball 1, Baseball 1, 2, MARY HOLVERSON She enters into things with zeal and zest, and ranks in knowledge with the best. Class Treasurer 3, Prom Court 3, One-Act Play 1, Forensic Play 2, Thespian 2, 3, 4, One-Act Play Director 4, Forensic Play Director 3, School Daze 2, 3, 4, Co-Editor 3, 4, Annual staff 4, Forensics 1, 2, 3,4, Biology Club 2, 3,4, Student Council 4, Pep Club 1,2, 3,4, Band l,2, 3,4, President 4, School Orchestra 1, 2, 3,4, Co-Director 3,4, JOHN HUEBNER - "Mack" As a student you shine, as a friend you are fine, FFA 2, 3,4, Student Council 1, VERLYN HUEBNER - "Verl" Sen 1:01-S He suffers from high blonde pressure. - FFA 1,2, 3,4, Vice President 4, Biology Club 3, 4, Football 3,4, Baseball 4, Track 2, 3, "N" Club 3, 4. DAVID HUETTNER - "Dave" He has a mind of his own, and it takes more than a teacher to change it, Class Treasurer 2, Biology Club 4, Student Council 4, President 4, Pep Club 2, 3,4, Football 1, 2,41 "N" Club 3, 4, President 4, Band 1, 2,3, School Orchestra 3, 4, Badger Boys' State 3. JUDY HUTCHISON - "Hutch" 3,4, Band 1, 2, 3,4, Homecoming Court 2, ROGER JOHNSON - "Beeler" I came, I bluffed, I graduated, Student Council 2, 3, Projector Club 1,'2, 3, 4, CARL KALBUS - "Cal" for any lass. ROSE KENTOPP - "Rosie" you know, HHXIRY KITZMAN - "Hank" CLIFFORD KOHL - "Cliff" in the dell. ' FFA 1, 2, 3,4, Treasurer 4, Prom Committee 3 ANITA KONRAD l ciub 1,2, 3,4, CARLA Kopp A Club 1, Mixed Chorus 2, 3, 4, Vice President 4, GLADYS KORTH Speech is great, but silence is greater, FHA 2, 3, 4, Treasurer 4, Hall Monitor 4, Prom Com mittee 3, Librarian 4, Library Club 4, MARY KRETSCHMER - "Kretch" A revelation of ginger and pep, All-School Play 4,Hal1 Monitor 4, Annual Staff 4, GAA 2, 3, 4, Glee Club 1,2, 3, Mixed Chorus 4, A cheerleader quite so peppy and gay, is rarely found along life s way Class Vice President 2, One-Act Play Director 2, School Daze Staff 2 3 4, Prom Committee 3, Annual staff 4, Forensics 1, Cheerleader 1 2, 4 GAA l,2, 3, 4, Biology Club 4, Student Council 3,4, Secretary Treasurer 3, Member-at-Large 4, Pep Club 1, 2, 3,4, Secretary 3 Tumbling Team The president of our Senior Class a handsome Class President 4, FFA 1, Prom Committee 3 Biol ogy Club 2, 3,4, Student Council 3 Vice President 3, Football 1,2, 3, 4, Basketball 2 3 Baseball 1 3,4, "N" Club 2, 3,4, Vice President 4 Mixed Cho rus 3,4, President 4, Prom Court 4 Full of vigor and go, she's different from the rest Hall Monitor 3, GAA 1, Glee Club 2 3 Mixed Chorus 4, Transferred from Manawa 1953 Enter to learn, Whoops! Where s the exit? Camera Club 2, 3,4, Baseball 1 2 In FFA he does excel, practicing to be a farmer Our Homecoming Queen, a blue eyed blond a happy friend of whom we're fond Class President 1, Homecoming Queen 4, All School Play 3 School Daze Staff 2, 3, 4, Annual Staff 4, Camera Club 3,4, Secretary 4 GAA 2 Pep She has a smile for all in sight, personality--quite all right All-School Play 4,Cheerleader 1,2, Prom Committee 3 GAA 1 2 President 3, Biology Club 2, 3,4, Treasurer 3, Pep Club 1 2 3 4 Glee Seniors CAROL KROLL - "Hazel" All the world's a stage, and all I want to be is a character. One-Act Play 1, 2, All-School Play 2, 3, 4, Forensic Play 2, 3, 4, Thespian 2, 3, 4, Vice President 4, One-Act Play Director 3, 4, School Daze Staff 2, 3, 4, Annual Staff 4, Forensics 3, 4, Cheerleader 2, 3, 4, GAA 1, 2, 3, 4, Biology Club 2, 3, 4, Forensic Play Director 3, 4. KAY LATHROP She's a pleasure, a treasure, a joy without measure. Class Treasurer 1, One-Act Play 1, 2, 4, All-School Play 2, 3, Forensic Play 2, 3, 4, Thespian 2, 3, 4, Secretary 3, One-Act Play Director 4, Prom Committee 3, GAA 2, 3, Biology Club 2, 3, 4, Student Council 4, Pep Club 2, 3, 4, Secretary 4, Glee Club 1, Mixed Chorus 2, 3, 4. ANGELINE LEARMAN - "Angie" Whether at study or at game, her smile is always just the same. Annual Staff 3, 4, Co-Editor 4, Prom Committee Chairman 3, Biology Club 3. DONALD LEWIS - "Lewie" He's not a rule breaker, just a little mischief maker. FFA 4, Prom Committee Chairman 3, Biology Club 3. PATRICIA LLOYD - "Pat" A neat blond lass, our Pat has plenty of class, Annual Staff 4, Forensics 3, Prom Committee 3, GAA 2, 3, Biology Club 2, 3, 4, Secretary 4, Treasurer 4, Pep Club 3, 4, Transferred from Merill High in 1953, JAMES LUND - "Jim" Here's a fellow lean and tall, with a camera he shoots them all. Annual Staff 2 3, 4, Camera Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Vice President 4, Prom Committee 3, Student Council 2, Basketball 1, Base- ball 1, 2. LUCILE MANDERFIELD - "Lucy" One of those sharks who gets high marks. FHA 3, 4. KAREN MARASCH Smiling face and twinkling eye, you surely cannot pass her by. FHA 1, School Daze Staff 3, 4, Annual Staff 4, Prom Committee 3, Band 1, 2, 3, 4, School Orchestra 1, 2, 3, 4, Co-Director 2. MILTON MARASCH A faithful lad in all his work, from his studies he'll never shirk. Class Vice President 1, One-Act Play 1, 2, Thespian Play 1, 2, 3, 4, All-School Play 2, 3, 4, Thespian 2, 3, 4, One-Act Play Director 3, 4, FFA l, 2, School Daze Staff 3, Annual Staff 3, 4, Forensics 2, 3, 4, Camera Club 2, 3, 4, President 3, Treasurer 4, Prom Com- mittee 3, Track 1, Projector Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Secretary-Treasurer 3, Foren- sic Play 3, 4, Badger Boy. FERN MARCKS Looks like an angel, acts like one too, but you never can tell what an an- gel will do. Class Secretary 1, Cheerleader 1, 2, 3, Biology Club 2, 3, Pep Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Tumbling Team 1, 2, 3, 4, Twirler 1, 2, 3, 4. CARL MARKS - "Bill" Who puts the pep in life's weary strife? Why Bill, of course, he's the spice of life. Pep Club 1, 2, 3, 4, President 4, Basketball 1, Track 1, 2, Band 1. WENDA MAXTED - "Wendy" She can live without poetry and jade, but for dancing she was especially made. Class Vice President 4, Annual Staff 4, Cheer leader 1, 2, 3, Prom Committee 3, GAA 1, 2, 3, 4, Treasurer 4, Biology Cl.rb 2, 3, 4, Student Council 4, Secretary-Treasurer 4, Homecoming Court 2, Pep Club 2, 3, 4, Band 1, 2, 3, 4, Prom Court 2. Senwrs MAURITA MCDERMOTT - "Men" No matter if she breaks a rule, Maurita must have fun in school. Glee Club 1,2, 35 Mixed Chorus 4, MARILYN MCFAUL - "Dimples" She's in love with the Air Force blue. Hall Monitor 35 Annual Staff 45 Camera Club l,2,3, Secretary, ARLO MCGOWAN Generally with his brains he sometimes thinks a thought. Football 1, 2, 35 Basketball 45 Baseball 1, 2, 3,4, DARLA MENTZEL A gay sense of humor, a twinkle in her eye, among her friends she is rated high. Thespians 1, 2, 3, 4, Historian 45 One-Act Play Directors 45 School Daze Staff 1,2, 3,45 Annual Staff 45 Prom Committee 35 Pep Club 2,3,45 Glee Club 15 Mixed Chorus 2,4, NORBERT MESHNICK His looks, his wit, his football vim5 how we do all envy him, Football 1,2, 3,45 Basketball 1,2, 3,45 "N" Club 3, 45 Homecoming Court 4. ELDA MEYER Here's a sweet lass who adds a lot to any class, FHA 1,2, 3,45 Hall Monitor 45 School Daze 45 Prom Committee 35 Glee Club 1, 2. CHARLES MILLARD - "Chuck" A handsome batch of protoplasm. FFA 35 Football l,2,45 Co-Captain 45 Basketball 1,25 "N" Club 3,4, Secretary 45 Band 1,2, 3,45 Homecom- ing Court 4. FRANK NIENHAUS - "Smoky" You bet sometimes I work5 but not often. Transferred from Appleton Senior High in 1954 as a Junior, ALICE OMERNICK - "Elsie" She's small, but so is a stick of dynamite. Glee Club 1,25 Mixed Chorus 2, 3, 4, PAULINE POLLEY - "Peggy" She loves gaiety and fun, her cup of joy is overrun, Biology Club 2, 3,45 Band 1,2, 3, 45 School Orchestra 1,2, 3,45 Glee Club 1. CARLENE PRIBBERNOW - "Pribb" She whizzes here and dashes there, and giggles a bit when she stops for air Hall Monitor 3,45 Glee Club 1,2, JANET REX - 'Jan Full of fun from head to toe, laughs and smiles wherever she goes. Hall Monitor 45 School Daze Staff 2, 3, 4, Co-Editor 45 Annual Staff 45 Prom Committee 35 Biology Club 2, 3,45 Pep Club 2, 3,45 Band 35 Glee Club 15 Mixed Chorus 2, 3, 4, Secretary-Treasurer 4, LAWRENCE RHODEN - "Junior" SCHLOTS Happy go lucky, always carefree, nothing ever bothers me, All-School Play 45Camera Club 45 Projector Club 1, 2, 3, 4, ROSE MARIE RITCHIE - "Rosie" Here s a gal who s honest and square5 but who loves dates, dances and air, Class Secretary 25 Hall Monitor 45 Annual Staff 45 Camera Club 1, 25 Cheer- leader 35 GAA l,2, 3,4, Secretary-Treasurer 35 Pep Club 3, 4, DALE ROBERTS - "Rags" After the game is over, after the field is clear straighten my nose and shoulder, help me find my ear. Prom Committee 35 Football 2, 3,4, Co-Captain 45 Track 35 "N" Club 2, 3, 45 Homecoming Court 4. DONNA ROMBERG To be efficient in a quiet way, that's my aim throughout the day. FHA 2,3,45 GAA 2, PAUL ROSS Personality plus, he is well liked by all of us. Camera Club 3,43 Prom Committee Chairman 35 Pep Club 3,45 Band 1,2, 3,45 School Orchestra 2, 3. 4. SARAH ROZELLE - "Salley" I like work, it fascinates meg I can sit and look at it for hours. Band 2, 3, 4. ROGER Ruscr-I - "sleepy-' Beware, I may do something sensational yet. FFA 1, 2, 3,4, Secretary 45 Prom Committee 35 Biology Club 2, 3,4, President 35 Student Council 25 Baseball 1, 2, 3,45 Mixed Chorus 4. HARLAND SCHELLIN - "Harly" A change of lipstick now and then is relished by the best of men. ball lg Track 2, 3,45 Mixed Chorus 4. KAREN SCHIMKE Not always bad and not always good, but dare her and she would. Annual Staff 45 Prom Committee 35 GAA lg Biology Club 2, 3,45 Pep Club 2, 3,45 Glee Club lg Mixed Chorus 2, 3. WILMER SCHIMKE - "Willie" It takes a tall person to know what's going on in the world, FFA 2,35 Prom Committee 35 Track 1,2, 3,45 Projector Club 1, 2,3, 4. WYNN SCHROEDER Though small in size she's wondrous wise. Hall Monitor 35 School Daze Staff 3, RONALD SCHUELKE - "Ronnie" If I have nothing else to do tonight, I might study. FFA 1,2,3, 4. All-Achool Play 45SCh001 Daze 25 Armual Staff 45 FFA l, 2, 3, 45 Biology Club 3, 45 Football 35 Base- ROBERT SEEHAWER - "Bob" SEVLLOVS He carried off the highest honors, but they caught him, All-SchoolP1AY 4: Basketball 35 Track 3. DIANE SELLE - "Dee" She's little, she's wise, she's a terror for her size. Prom Committee 35 GAA 2, 35 Biology Club 2, 3,45 Student Council 45 Pep Club 3,45 Glee Club 1, 25 Mixed Chorus 3,45 Homecoming Court 3. MARY SEVERANCE Cheerfulness is such a pleasant characteristic, Class Secretary 45 GAA 3, 45 Band 35 Prom Court 35 Transferred from Gillett, 1954. BILL SHAW In agriculture does his interest lie5 he'll be famous by and by. FFA 1, 2, 3,45 Prom Committee 3, MARY SIMONS - "Simmons" Thy hair, long may it wave. School Daze Staff 35 Annual Staff 45 Glee Club 1, EVELYN SPIEGELBERG - "Evie" Why let the devil have all the fun? GAA 2, 35 Biology Club 2, 3, 45 Pep Club 2, 3,45B8l1d 1, 2, 3, 45 Glee Club 1. JANICE STEINBERG - "Jan" Stay just as you are so nice and neat, 'cause as you are you can't be beat. FHA 2, 3,45 Prom Committee 3, ANNETTE STERN Cheerful, active, and ambitious5 this fair lass has our best wishes, All-School Play 2, 3, 45 Thespian 2, 3, 45 Prom Committee Chairman 35 Thespian Secretary-Treasurer 4, Historian 35 One-Act Play Director 3, 45 School Daze staff 3,45 Annual Staff 3,4, Co-Editor 45 Biology Club 3,45 Stu- dent Council 4g Band 1, 2, 3, 4, Secretary-Treasurer 45 Glee Club 1,25 Forensic Play 2, 3,45 Badger Girl, PHYLLIS STICH - "Twig" A friendly "Hi, " a happy smile and giggling all the while, GAA 1, 2, 3, 45 Glee Club 1, 2, 3. DONNA SUPRISE Here's a girl who's quite a prize, endowed with pep, zip and "Surprise, " School Daze 3,45 Annual Staff 45 Cheerleader 1,2, 35 Prom Committee Chair- man 35 Prom Court 15 GAA l,2, 3,45 Biology Club 2, 3,45 Pep Club 1, 2, 3,45G1ee Glee Club 4. DONNA TEWS Her perfect manners, charm and grace will win her friends in every place, Class Secretary 35 Prom Court 35 FHA 1,2, 3,4, President 4, Vice President 3, Secretary 25 Hall Monitor 45 Prom Committee 3g GAA 1, 2, 3, 45 Student Council 4, Vice President 45 Glee Club 1,25 Mixed Chorus 3,4, BETTY THAYER - "Prox1e" School is swell from the outside, GAA 1. KATHLEEN THERN - "Kathy" S6nL0rS I always like school--the vacation part of it, Annual Staff 4, GAA 1, 2, 3,4, Librarian 2, 3,4, Library Club 3,4, TERRY THOMAS Don't study your lesson, lessen your study, One -Act Play 1,All-School Play 4, Prom Committee 3, Biology Club 2, 3, 4, Vice President 3, Student Council 3, Pep Club 2, 3,4, Baseball 2, "N" Club 2, 3, 4, Mixed Chorus 4, RUSSELL THURK - "Russ" He comes to school mainly for the ride, FFA 1, Basketball 1, Track 1,2,3,4, Projector Club 1,2, IAYNE TRIBBY - "Tribb" If bright remarks were a grain of sand, I'd be a desert. Annual Staff 4, Prom Committee 3, Biology Club 2, 3,4, Vice President 4, Pep Club 2, 3, 4, Band 1,2, 3,4, Mixed Chorus 1, 2, 3, 4. MARLENE VISOCKY - "M011y" Here's a girl with a pleasant way, she'll be your friend for many a day. Librarian 3,4, Treasurer 4, Glee Club 1,2. SANDRA WALMER - "Sandy" She stopped St, Peter's roll-call to ask a question. Cheerleader 1,2, 3, Prom Committee 3, GAA 1,2, 3, Pep Club 1, 2, 3,4, Treasurer 4, Tumbling Team 3,4, Glee Club 1, Mixed Chorus 2. N RONALD WHITE - "Ronnie" To me, women and books amount to the same thing, just a lot of bother. School Daze staff 3, Biology Club 2, 3, Track 1, 2, 3, 4. KAREN WINKLER Funny things I do and say, though I love to laugh and play. FHA 2, 3,4, School Daze Staff 3, Annual Staff 4, GAA 3, Librarian 2, 3, 4, Glee Club 4, DAVID YOUNG Not too serious, not too gay, but a tip top fellow in every way. FFA 1, 2, 3, 4, Student Council 4, Baseball 4, GERALD ZAUG - "Z.uger" Though always joking, down inside some deep and serious things abide. Forensics 1,2, 3,4, Prom Committee 3, Debate Squad 2, 3,4, President 4, Vice President 3, Pep Club 3,4, Basketball 1, 2, Baseball l,2, Tennis 3. DAWN MCPEAK The world's no better if you worry, you live no longer if you hurry. School Daze 3, Prom Committee 3, GAA 1,2, 3,4, Pep Club 2, 3,4, Librarian 2, Glee Club 2, Mixed Chorus 2, 3,4, Secretary 3, Homecoming 7 Court 1. 1 ln' I i ' H 'w-w'b' A "b"' if ,Q ax 611' Y an r .c 3 'l' , ., ,..W,.., ....... i t , t,--.X , f f ' ' f"?Ef'13i'UE'Zii':4Y .5?1?iE.E?S.Eiii5li3'w: 1'-9 S - . . 1 ,- X 29 1 -ffl -" ' , -- Q1 in :::" , 1 - ff if ' v Y fix -Z 1. 1 fd - v f ww-V ,P ww. . NW -P3 .VM' X W A lf xx -..,., YI , -- '11 v Larawwszf-'75 ' wr. Wgea :cf-":f'?'a'i M Q: W - lx W wg, "MP ,Uv- g lli Q im . j . M QV ax-W in . X -2 9' ENGLISH IV BOOKKEEPING SENIOR SOCIAL PROBLEMS HOME ECONUMLLU R N HALL MONITORS mamma' VMg, Q?wfjjWg"fM M4gyWfQ'L4ekfMwji7g?jMw 'J OW if will 2 5553 M QEMMJW 4 5 fa, Ray WM fag 9124 wfaw CM ,Wx 93 YS cj 1 Jiffy MWQYQQMFMM Mimi 0-ce-..,fU""i4N,.4,,f,w we WWW KWSJWWKW5 mf N Ely MMM pqqgkj J mfg!! HANK-M MMy7Z,.dZMz,wfw1M A WZLK,E.741gfM,W !nm'v7SQ5y,jffi'7'D ,H MMJNWQ fm-if wwf' . ,,,,.MQQfrJ Zfmffw m.4fffW MURIEL LARS EN ANNETTE STERN D. A. R. Award Winner JANE COLLIER All-Tournament Debate: B Squad DAVID HUETTNER Most Valuable Player "Footba11" BILLIE JO VANCE State F. I-I. A. Historian Voice of Democracy Winner 5 ' 'E MR. KLINZING 15x X J or fy W X ei, 229 Director of Local Contest ' -v Fourth r Third ro Second ow: I. Rieckmann, L. Parfitt, G. Much, I. Poehlman, I. Roberts, L. Manderfield, T. Lathrop w: F. LeBeau, E. McC1one, L. Matz, D. Plumb, B. Poole, J. Latza, D. Olesen, J. Price. row: D. Plowman, M. Recker, P. Reinhardt, J. Ostermeier, J. McDermott, C. Macklin, P. Oberstadt,M.Ro1off. First row: C.Pau1, M. Larsen, A. Malloy, C. Malloy, H. loughrin, J. Longrie. -..U 1' K FJ 59 fill PTI 'ET .nn ADVISORS ,,., , , JUNInn ,-.....-, Fourth row: K. Thoma, R. Schoemng, B. wesrphal, J. Yohr, E. wangeline, J. Suomi, Thirdr L 1 Sawall. H. ow: I. Shaw, C. Schoenrock, L. Wolfe, B. St. Louis, N. Wensel, J. Steingraber, L. Waller- man, B. Romberg. Second row: P, Thayer, D. Truesdale, N. Shaw, N, Young, D, Wghl, L' Sch- mafldl. D. Sawall, W. Stilan. First row: J. Wege, B. White, B. Vance, S, Spencer, K, Ruppler, I. Sievers, B. Wangeline. Fourth row: R. Campbell, D. Casey, T. Beckman, R. Dailey, M. Cummings, J. Ebert, P. Brush, S. Blesch, A. Budwit. Third row: C. Bruss, A. Buttolph, K. Affeldt, D. Dawes, D. Dawes, C. Balt- hazor, K. Buttolph. G. Behm, J. Blondey. Second row: C. Brennenstuhl, K. Baurnfeind, M. Delzer, J. Colher, L. Danke, G. Danke, J. Cupp, P. Burton, B. Bernegger. Frrst row: J. Buttolph, S. Brush K. Balke, R. Eckhart, D. Conradt, D. Brazil, B. Borchardt, R. DeGroff. .tvs-vii CHUM O,Qg ..??r,,. , , :sf I . Fourth row: B. Elsholtz, M. Harn, B. Frieburger, R. Ferge, K. Hoffman, C. Gorges, R. Hoag, F. Heinbrook. Third row: B. Hinkens, J. Jones, G. Eggert, K. Evans, R. Haase, D. Hilker, D. Jeffers, M, Hoewisch, G. l-Iuettle. Second row: J. Gallow, J. Ehlke, D. Killen, L. Gorges, A. Gloede, A. Knapp, W. Heubner, T. Herter, B. Kilian. First row: M. Geske, S. Golden, S. Gutoske, B. Hotch- kiss, K. Fletcher, Y. Hogan, D. Fields, D. Klemp. W 1 fr Fourth row: R. Langner, J. Marasch, R. Oertel, T. McPeak, W. Poppy, D. Fermanich, R. Krueger, V. Otto, D. Monsour. Third row: V. Krueger, R. Krause, D. Plumb, I. Kopp, G. Kusserow, J. Lund, L. Prochnow, K. Mytton. Second row: A. McDermott, M. Knutl, M. Meating, D, Rex, T. Knapp, D. Matz, K. Prahl, R. Otto, J. Rhoden, J. Paul. First row: M. Paulson, D. Quaintance, K. Rey- nold, E. Reed, V. Meyer, K. Kieckhofer, K. Palmer, P. Laux, K. Luebke. 1:11. -J ff ' 1. fr -1 -mvmrgwffsfffriiarsflfseawffff-s 12 f- ff' ff 'P' 2542 '2 i, f 24 1 'S f- " SOPHOMORE AWXQQRS' ,yys . if at SOPHOMORE OFFICERS ,yysys x sag. 'Z E ' . " 1 1 N Q R .A wc ,- f , .-Wy.. .,r.. Fourth row: I. Smiley, M. Young, N. Thomas, D. Timm, G. Schroeder, J. Trambaur, I. Schroeder, W. Schmidt, L. Sasse. Third row: B. Romberg, W. Worm, K. Winckler, J. Roberts, G. Thorpe, G. Tews, P. Thomas, K. Rice, F. Ritchie. Second row: F. Sawall, C. Steckling, D. Wege, S. Schrieber R. Wetzel, K. Stern, B. Prahl, M. Ritchie, B. Walmer. First row: M. Thieme, M. Schuh, J. St. Louis, S. Weber, M. Rohloff, I. Rudie, C. Thieme, M. Penning, G. Wing. is L !-.,.r ., jr iff. Fourth row: W. Danke, A. Burton, T. Bergman, G. Bunnel, R. Dietzen, N. Danke, I. Cummings, K. Cornelius. Third row: K. Algiers, K. Fehrman, P. Dernbach, T. Ebert, J. Eake, J. Breitung, E. Danke, J. Collier, B. Brush. Second row: P. Burns, M. Egan, A. Eiden, S. Arndt, A. Allen, L. Bessett, G. Baxter, H. Grueztmacher, J. Barrington. First row: D. Besaw, G. Baxter, L. Drier, C. Dunlavy, A. Coyle, I. Daberko, G. Berg. QQESHM 4 1' if ,- W W Fourth row: H. Fieldings, P. Fischer, J. Humblet, W. Heineman, W. Drews, D. Huntley, D. Huett- ner, J. Heuer, K. Jaeger. Third row: G. Herter, D. Gruetzrnacher, D. Finger, W. Hoffman, R. Fritz, D. Hilker, J. Joster, S. Feurig, S. Freiburger. Second row: N. Hutchison, J. Herber, S. Hutchi son, I. Handschke, S. Guyette, N. Fields, D. Hoffman, A. Hill, M. Henschel. First row: D. Gruetz- macher, P. Hoag, J. Genke, P. Guyette, L. Huebner, C. Fermanich, B. Hornes, K. Felsner, R. Hel- geson. . iv ' . r f Y-1,511 42 :'71's' ' ' ' , tw.-rf. 1. . nf , 55' r A 'J gi- .. .-...K ., L f . Q 'H ' 9 sw... ' " 6 Q I I v 'x Fourth row: R. Langner, G. Guepper, F. Freiburger G Marcks, I Kloehn R Much S Johnson, I. Kuppernuss. Third row: J. Moeller, J. Kalbus, R Klerst G Meatmg B Maggre V Knapp R Konrad, R. Leslie, I. Johnson. Second row: N. Lloyd R. Kahler P O Nerl M Laux K Prahl K. Kempf, M. Morack, M. Johnson, J. Recker. Fxrst row N Lloyd B P1eper K Pennrng N Lettman, G. Poole, M. Procknow, N. Ledvina. FRESHMAN Anvrsoas Fourth row: R. Row, D. Vanderheyden, S. Sawall, T Wrlson, D Waushesock N Sternberg F Warmbrunn, R. Sasman, I. Walrath. Third row: M Wangelme N Spencer, M Rasmussen I Roberts, K. Schuh, M. Stern, K. Thoma, M. 'I'hem Second row B R.rtch.1e W Schoenrock S. Schmallenberg, R. SCh.m8Ch6I. J. Schimke, G. Sampson M Wilson, H Romberg R 'I'horn C. Steingraber, S. Vohs, J. Ruckdashel. First row: K Young, B wrrght I Shaw R. Young, I-I Sommer, R. Seehawer, I. Truesdale, S. Tharmbrunn H13 lievfll 5: - " 1 -1' Al PEP BAND DANCE BAND MIXED CHORUS OFFICERS: Carl Kalbus, President, Janet Rex, Secretary-Treasurer, Donna Tews, Stu- dent Council, Carla Kopp, Vice President. BAND OFFICERS: Mary Holverson, President, Ted Algiers, Vice President, Annette Stern, Secretary- Treasurer. X1 e e A O drd 2.1 .Q f X K xv ll -'r ' Q' E v. . 4- X 32 S' A 1' n J Qi ,lf x f XE 5 ,B M la If if l i 1 if 5 .km if ff 'f if H wM 2 fx N " f '," I ff, W N w t HM M QW! Q ff A 5 g ff CLUB Q SX x X XX xx if f X fi S X PE Bus f N 5V QQ 63 1' gy! -.q,, b-4 C L UB CLUB wx ' fy W V x 417 M Ex WW! WZIIIW Q ff! x 1 NN X N Q A fi , XXX 4 ff . X Y i . x ' , if X if .5 1 X C QX- K ME ff 1 ' X 1 Xx ' f ' 4, 'X ff - ' W wwf L f i V my A ,f x 5 Q' ' "' 1' , '?"f'3'fw. 15 f f "WE , Z, 5 L' ','j 1 R fa, 4'wf,wsf'fXmiF ,il f Z if ' kk. u 'M mu " XX f 5 ff ' 'rr 2? V523 X 0 Rv: X1 Y x X X " ff, , 56 X X f 'X f ? , Y. X f + X N A , . X F' 1' ff W ,'1' w'f' 1 S -i P5 SX , 'N Q V I W' WX XX X N- 11 ill W ' STUDENT COUNCIL OFFICERS: D. Tews, Vice Presidentg W. Maxted, Secretary-Treasurer: J. Hutchison, Member-at-Largeg D. Huettner, President. "N" Club Student Council "N" cms OFFICERS: M. Handschke ' Secretaryg D. Huettner, Presidentg C Kalbus, Vice Presidentg C. Millard, Treasurer. Camera Club CAMERA CLUB OFFICERS: Jim Lund, Vice Presidentg Bill Hoffman Presidentg-Milton Marasch, Treas- urerg Anita Konrad, Secretary. Projector Club PROJECTOR CLUB OFFICERS: James Besaw, Vice Presidentg Duayne Bue- Iow, Presidentg Milton Marasch, Secretary-Treasurer. FU A Si' 5+ CES.-T444 QMMXE QCNK R502 5 Y m g 5 w ,,jLys 4 D 'Y IP NEW Hop F.H.A. OFFICERS: Mrs. Suomi, Advisorg R. Wetzel, Song Leaderg A. Gruetzmacher, Vice Presidentg G. Korth, Treasurerg D. Tews, Presidentg B. Vance, Par liamentariang C. Bruss, Secretaryg W. Huebner, His- toriang K. Winkler, Reporter. eo? FFA low Sentinel' Roger F. F. A. OFFICERS: David Young, Student Council, Duayne Bue , , Rusch, Secretary, James Drews, President, Clifford Kohl, Treasurer, Verlyn Huebner, rter. Vice Pre sidentg Ronald Schuelke, Repo I A710 .Po Q 4 , '15 ,QAQQQE P fl' X . , 4' FN 7 3'f - M? 7'-' - Q oQiCug,1 Q Biology Club Biology Club selling refreshm ents. 42 BIOLOGY CLUB OFFICERS: Pat Lloyd, Treasurerg Bill Krohn, Presidentg Jayne Tribby, Vice President. N1 1595 XM Y in X X, m Nw! mf M15 NX 119 li lf ? ff' ww ,, FK I .'g,7y'ki3 , ,, Wx fa f fit? 'e L Q. M: LFP alia, fl- O1 S x PEP CLUB OFFICERS: Bill Marks, President Helen Loughrin, Vice Presidentg Kay Lath- rop, Secretaryg Sandra Walmer, Treasurer. Pep Club G. A. A. OFFICERS: Alice Allen, Iill Girard Jean Kopp, Sharon Spencer, Shirley Breaker. ,....s Cheerleading Tumbling Library Ioanne LIBRARY CLUB OFFICERS: Burton, Presidentg Pat Thayer, Vice, Presidency Marlene Visocky, Treas- ker Sectetaryg Eli- urerg Mary Rec , z Council. aberh Danke, Student Calendar AUGUST DECEMBER 22 Senior Registration 24 Junior Registration 25 Sophomore Registration 26 Freshmen Registration SEPTEMBER 6 Freshman Day '7 Regular Classes 16 Mosinee 33 - NL 0 30 Shawano 14 - NL 6 OCTOBER 4-5 Senior Class Pictures 7 Menasha 21 - NL 7 13 Hobo Day 14 Homecoming - Two Rivers 18 - NL 0 20 Speech Institute 21 Clintonville 59 - NL 13 21-22 Student Council Convention 16- at Green Bay 25 Assembly Program - Don Trachet, Cartoonist 28 School Dance - Bulldog Bounce NOVEMBER 2 Kaukauna 25 - NL 0 3-4 Teacher's Convention 7 Thespian One-Act Play 'Summons of Sariel' 16 Assembly Program - The Allens 18 Antigo 65 - NL 48 19 District Drama Contest 24-27 Thanksgiving Vacation 29 Manawa 48 - NL 44 S-D Day Program Kimberley 84 - NL 58 All School Play - "A Christ- mas Carol" Two Rivers 48 - NL 49 Berlin 56 - NL 57 Christmas Concert Neenah 47 - NL 49 Kaukauna 59 - NL 66 Christmas Vacation Mid-Winter Ball JANUARY School opens after vacation Class Group Pictures Clintonville 49 - NL 58 Antigo 59 - NL 40 Assembly Program - Ford Goodlette, Vocal Soloist Shawano '79 - NL 64 Semester Exams Menasha 66 - NL 68 First Semester Ended Kimberly 83 - NL 56 Two Rivers '7 - NL 64 FEBRUARY Neenah '73 - NL 68 Assembly Program - Maurice and Minette Kaukauna 65 - NL 48 Clintonville 55 - NL 65 Shawano '72 - NL 39 Farm Institute Menasha '79 - NL 64 MARCH 1-2 Sub-Regional Basketball 1 2 4 13 22 27 29 APRIL 3 3 11 13 19 27 MAY 1 2 20 24 25 Tournament. Kimberly '71 - NL 40 Kaukauna 65 - NL 54 Assembly Program - Brother- hood Senior-Faculty Basketball game Band's 'Pop Concert' Senior One-Act Play - 'Egad what A Cadl " Junior One-Act Play - 'The Youngest' Sophomore One-Act Play - "Angel Child" Easter Vacation End of Easter Vacation Freshman One-Act Play - "Mamma's Getting Married" Assembly Program - Jay Sheldon Bag Drag Senior Three-Act Play - 'Come Over To Our House' Junior Prom Vocal Pop Concert Assembly Program - Carl Thorson Baccalaureate Commencement Last Day of School Editors - M. l-Iolverson, S. Babcock, J. Grunwald, J. Rex. Editorial Staff - A. Stern, F. Sawall, I. Hutchison, K. Collier, D. Suprise, D. Mentzel, B. Bor- chardt, A. Konrad, A. Allen, A. McDermott, F. Ritchie, B. Romberg, J. Suomi, L. Hoffman R. Wetzel, M. Roloff, R. Eckhart. Production - V. Dorow, B. Hoag, E. Meyer, K. Marasch, A. Gruetzmacher, J. Arndt, A. Kon rad, S. Breaker, V. Hilker, D. Wohlt. Art- J. Collier, A. Frye, P. Thomas, B. Borchardt K. Stern, G. Griswold. Advisors - Miss Schultz, Mrs. Waterman, Mr. Neh- IDBI. .s f J, , ,y yeep Co-Editors - A. Stern and A. Learman. Layout - M. Earll, M. Holverson, J. Rex, P. Stich, K. Winkler, K. Them, W. Maxted. Captions - I. Hutchison, S. Babcock, J. Edminsrer, P. Polley, P. Ross, I. Tribby, A. Konrad, B. Hoag, M. McFau1. Art -1. Brehmer, G. Griswold, B. Hoffman. write-up - D. Surprise, C. Kroll, K. Collier. Typists - J. Grunwald, K. Marasch, D. Mentzel, K. Schimke, P. Lloyd, M. Simons. Photographers - J. Lund, Headg M. Marasch, R. Hoffman. Junior Class Members - L. Hoffman, D. Wohlt, B. Romberg, F. Le,Beau, J. Girard, B. Krohn, K. Felsner, S. Spencer. Business Manager - J. Zaug. Advisor - Mr. Diekroeger. We wish to thank McDanie1's Photo Service for the many pictures con- lributed. Group photography through the courtesy of Carter-Hanson Studios. Debate DEBATE CLUB OFFICERS: Jerry Zaug, Presidentg Mary Holverson, Vice Presidentg Jane Collier, Secretary- Treasurer. 41 l Thespians A, - THESPIAN OFFICERS: Vice Presidentg Darla toriang Annette Stern, Carol Kroll, Mentzel, His- Secretary- Treasurerg Bill Krohn, President. Q1 if One-Act Play Directors Forensic One-Act League and District Winner "Summons of Sarie1" spirit- - - Sariel- - - Graduate- - Clay ---- Old Woman- - Blind Child- - - Young Mother- Suicide ----- Cast Guardian Angel ---- - - Kay Lathrop Milton Marasch - Sheila Golden - - ' Bill Krohn - Annette Stern - - - Iver Rudie - - Carol Kroll Marlene Rohloff - Muriel Larsen N lzrisfmaz E '-" .QF Umimmuvvmrxwiz iww hawk ni , ' J 'M' 5,1 'H' ug QMM XM F-A Q2 I QW w if 1 J 3 1 '-,H , S 5. g . kv" i .iv U ,i - Y sz X if , -s f 1 L-' , , , " mg, 'ffm 5 ' k5w!uaWf'4. N' dw ,,M,iKkkiNFE ?!xdp1 52 Wt gin? K y X The Prologue- - Scrooge ---- Bob Cratchit- - - Fred -------- First Gentleman- - - Second Gentleman- - - Scrooge's Housekeeper- Ghost of Jacob Marley- arol AWNNN CAST - - Larry Rhoden - - Milton Marasch - - - - Paul Ross - - Terry Thomas - - Russell Otto - - - - Don Rex Mary Kretschmer - Kendall Kloehn Spirit of Christmas Past ---- Dale. Monsour Young Scrooge ----- Dick Wilkins ------ Fezziwig -------- Scrooge's Sweetheart- - - - - -Dick Haase - Terry McPeak - - - Bob Dailey - - Karen Schuh Mrs. Cratchit- - - - Peter Cratchit- - - - - - - Annette Stern Don Vanderheyden Belinda Cratchit- - - - - - Marie Thieme Martha Cratchit- - - - - Rosalie Wetzel Tiny Tim ----- Fred's Wife- - - Topper ----- - - - - Iver Rudie - - Carla Kopp - Bob Seehawer Sister of Fred's Wife ----- Billie Jo Vance Fred 's Maid -------- - Kathleen Stem Spirit of Christmas Future ---- Jim Roberts First Gossiper- - Second Gossiper- - - - Third Gossiper - ------- DennisKillen - Lawrence Rhoden - - - - -Russell Danke Sweetheart's Daughter ---- Marilyn Schuh Pawnbroker- - - - - - Jerry Jones Sweethea.rt's Husband- ---- Larry Rhoden Laundress- - - - Carol Kroll Sweetheart's Children ------- Gail Wing Turkey Boy- - - - - B111 Danke and Dave Gruetzmacher Director- - - - - Miss Bunks K ' X H, Spirit of Christmas Present- - - Dave Oleson AW ,. .Ll mm ,, . is 'W T' W1 W J' ' f 'f f ' ,, r 3 r ,,,V y 4 4, 7 4'f1-szn,.nQa gk v ! - -,A ,,:' Y A wmft X39 r Q V. ,' w ' f, K ' , A wyyi,wjaL'jfQ7f - V -.' ' I. 'au ' S , 1 - F f !' f wi M 5pP!7,W MF are Nibwinfcr Krmaf J jf Scania? woriskop M f if . Ccmggc 55 ma M 06118 X gskhr ffsffifiis QQSXXX Wmfxxw X 6 ff! Wim X ff ' ZWW M Q if f few NIOR PROM CROWNING I X f A .Y l NL Q Q- gee- W 6' 09 Nagel' e Q-Gavel 5 oi 18' , x QQ Q 9 L O qv QQ X Ze" N94 Q yi 4 We NX Q- V v , ' 4+ 929. is :Q-:VN .2 ' 1 -7 - Q- Q 9 eq' O . Q4 f AP 1 6 Xyv PV XX A7 FOOTBALL VARSITY NL NL NL 0 Two Rivers 13 Clintonville 0 Kimberly enas a 18 59 26 Apl 1956 BASEBALL SCHEDULE t M nasha ' b ly at NL t Two Rivers I: N nah a at NL t Cliutonville a t NL 1956 TRACK SCHEDULE NL Weyauwega and Man at Wega 17 NL and Menasha at Menash ,V A " +9 e 0 44 NP' f 6' cues -Q50 . w ox X Cys qi Y. Vg- , X Z 1 3' ff! V' Y- 4 Q 19 . 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Basketball 169 DAVE DON JIM "OZ.ZIE" NORB BARNEY FRAN DIC K LARRY GARY EUZ7-W PPB99 S 9 u cz cl F T' 6 5 h m a n, S 9 LL Q 4 64 d B Cl S 6 b cz Z Z Track Tennis Cummings, lrvlng, 30 Hoffman Ad ams, Marilyn, 26 Affeldt, Kenneth, 28 Algiers, Kathleen, 30 Algier, Theodore, 26,32, 58,59,63 Allen, Alice, 26,48,53 Allen, Angeline, 30 Allen, Eileen, 26 Arndt, Julene, 26,48 Arndt, Shirley, 30 Babcock, Susan, 13,48,49 Baehr, William, 26,58 Balke, Kieth, 28 Balke, Wayne, 26 Balthazor, Carol,28 Barrington, Gary, 26, 58, 59,63 Barrington, Judy, 30 Bartel, Aaron, 26 Bauernfeind, Kay, 28 Baxter, Donna, 26 Baxter, Gloria, 30 Baxter, Gordon, 30 Beckman, Thomas, 28 Behm, Gordon, 28,58 Berg, Einar, Berg, Gregory, 30 Berglund, David, 26,58, 59,63 Bergman, Thomas, 30 Bernegger, Brenda, 28 Besaw, James, 13,39 Besaw, Sandra, 26 Bessette, Leon, 30 Binkley, Chris, 26 Blesch, Stanley, 28 Blondey, June, 28 Bodoh, Janet, 13 Bormel, Leon, 26 Borchardt, Barbara, 28,48 Brazil, Arden, 13 Brazil, Dale, 28 Breaker, Shirley, l3,48,53 Brehmer, Jeri, 13,49 Breitung, James, 30 Brennenstuhl, Connie, 28 Brigham, Donald, 13,63, 62 Brush, Bette, 30 Brush, Pat, 28 Brush, Sandy, 28 Bruss, Catherine, 28,40 Budwit, Anthony, 28 Buelow, Duayne, 13, 39, 41 Bunnel, George, 30 Burns, Phyllis, 30 Burton, Joanne, 26,46 Burton, Patricia, 28 Buskirk, Robert, 26 Buttolph, Alfred, 28 Buttolph, Judith, 28 Buttolph, Kenneth, 28 Campbell, Richard, 28,58 Casy, Donald, 28 Collier, James, 30 Collier, Jane, 25,28,50, 48 Collier, Karen, 13,48,49 Collins, Donna, 26 Collins, Richard, Student Index Conradt, Darlene, 28 Cooney, Robert, Cooney, Sharon, Cornelius, Kathleen, 30 Coyle, Anne, 30 Cummings, Merlyn, 28 Cupp, Judy, 28 Daberko, Joann, 30 Dailey, 53 Danke, Danke, Danke, Danke, Danke, Danke, Danke, Danke, Dawes, DeGrof Robert, 28, 58, 59, Doris, 26 Elizabeth, 26,46 Elvera, 30 Georgiann, 28 Lloyd, 28,58 Nathan, 30 Russell, 13,53 William, 30,53 Delores, 28 f, Ronald, 28 Delzer, Maxine, 28 Dernbach, Peter, 30 Dexter, Donna, 13 Dietzen, Ronald, 30 Dorow, Violet, 14, 48 Dorschner, Darrell, 14 Draheim, Diane, 14 Dreier, Drews, Drews, Drews, Drum, Dunlav Louis, 30 James, 14,41 Leonard, 26 William, 30 Richard, 14 y, Carol, 30 Eake, Jane, 30 Earll, Maryon, 14,49 Ebert, Ebert, Ebert, Charles, 14 Jerry, 28 Theodore, 39 Eckhart, Ruth, 28, 48 Edmins ter, Daniel, 26 Edminster, David, 58 Edminster, Janice, 14,49 Egan, Marlene, 30 Eggert, Gerald, 28 Ehlke, James, 28 Eiden, Arthur, 30 Eiden, Richard, 26 Elsholtz, Robert, 28,58 Emmons, James, 26,58 Ev ans , Everts , Karen, 28 Wayne, 26 Fehrman, Kathleen, 30 Felsner, Kae, 30 Felsner Fer ge , , Karen, 26,49 Richard, 28 Fermanich, Carol, 30 Fermanich, David, 29 Fermanich, Marlene, 14 Feurig, Fieldin Fields, Fields, Fields, Finger, Sandra, 30 g, Harold, 30 Betty, 14 Dorothy, 28 Nancy, 30 Dixie, 30 Fischer, Janet, 26 Fischer, Linda Lou, 14 Fischer, Patrick, 30 Fletcher, Kirk, 28,58 Foster, Jeanette, 30 Freiburger, Robert, 28 Freiburger, Sue, 30 Freiburger, Thomas, 31 Fritz, Robert, 30 Frye, Anne, 26,48 Fuller, Ronald, 26 Gallow, Judith, 28 Gara, Betty, 26 Gauerke, Melda, 26 Genke, James, 30 Geske, Marguerite, 28 Girard, Jill, 26,49,53 Gloede, Alice, 28 Gloede, Charlene, 14 Golden, Sheila, 28, 51,50 Hoffman, Darlene, 30 Hoffman, Kenneth, 28 Hoffman, Le Anne, 26,48 49 Hoffman, Robert, 26,49 Hoffman, William, 15,39 , William, so Gorges, Cameron, 28 Gorges, Delton, 26 Gorges, Leland, 28 Hogan, Yvorlrle, 28 Hohman, Abner, 26 Holverson, Mary, 15,32, 48, 49,50 Homes, Barbara, 30 Hotchkiss, Brenda, 28 Huebner, John, 15 Huebner, Lyle, 30 Huebner, Veryln, 16, 41, 58 Huebner, Wenda, 28,40 Huettl, Geraldine, 28,25, Graebel, Richard, 26, 58, 63 Griswold, Garneta, 12,15, 48, 49 Gruetzmacher, Ardes, 15,40, 48 Gruetzmacher, Daniel, 30 Gruetzmacher, David, 30, 53 Gruetzmacher, Helen, 30 Grunwald, Joyce, 15, 48,49 Gutoski, Rose, 15 Gutoski, Sally, 28 Guyette, Phyllis, 30 Guyette, Shirley, 30 Haas, Marlene, 15 Haase, Richard, 28,53 Hall, Marilyn, 26 Handschke, Joyce, 30 Handschke, Marvyn, l5,38, 58,59,61 Hanselman, Fredrick, 15 Hansen, Donald, 15 Ham, Mike, 28,58 Hedtke, Eugene, 26 Heidke, Carol, 26 Heimbruck, Fredrick, 28, 58 Heineman, William, 30, 58 Helgeson, Robert, 30 Henschel, Marla, 30 38 Huettner, David, 16,22, 25, as, 58, 59, 63 Huetmer, Donald, 30 Humblet, John, 30 Huntley, David , 30 Hutchison, Elizabeth, 26 Hutchison, Judy, 16, 38, 48, 49 Hutchison, Maryette, 26 Hutchison, Nancy, 30 Hutchison, Sue, 30 Ingersoll, Robert,26,58 Jaeger, Kenneth, 30 James, Joel, 26 James, Pauicia, 26 Jeffers, Delton, 28 Jezeski, Kenneth, 26,58 Johnson, Jean, 31 Johnson, Mary, 31 Johnson, Roger, 15 Johnson, Sally, 31 Jones, Jerry, 28,58, 53 Kahler, Roberta, 31 Kalbus, Carl, 12, 16,32, 38 Kalbus, Janet, 31 Kempf, Kathleen, 31 Kentop, Rose, 16 Kieckhofer, Karen, 29 Kilian, Bonnie Jean, 28 Killen, Dennis, 28,53 Herber, Janice, 30 Herres, Carol, 26 Herter, Garry, 30 Herter, Terry, 28 Heuer, Jerald, 30 Heuer. Jane, 26 Heuser, Judy, 26 Hidde, Alice, 26 I-lilker, Darwin, 28 Hilker, Dennis, 30 Hilker, Verna, 26,48 Hill, Andy, 30 Hinkins, Bonnie, 28 Hinkins, Duane, 58 Hoag, Bonnie, 15,48 Hoag, Patty, 30 Hoag, Ronald, 28 Hoewisch, Marlyn, 28 Hoffman, Charles, 26 Kitzman, Henry, 16 Kleist, Darlene, 26 Kleist, Rollin, 31 IGemp, Duane, 28 Klitz, Betty, Kloehn, Irvin, 31 Kloelm, Kendall, 26,5s,59 53 Klug, Rubin, 26 Knapp, Audrey, 28 Krlapp, Theodore, 29 Knapp, Vernon, 31 Knapstein, Sharon, 28 Koch, Eunice, 26 Kohl, Clifford, 16,22,41 Kolbe, Annette 26 Konrad, Anita, 16,39,49, 48,61 Konrad, David, 26 Konrad, Roger, 31 Schumach Kopitzk-e, William, 26 Kopp, Carla, 16, 32,53 Kopp, Jean, 29,53 Korth, Gladys, 16,40 Korth, Karl, 26 Krause, Roger, 29 Kretschmer, Mary, 16,53 Krohn, William, 26,41, 49,51 Kroll, Carol, 17,49, 51,53 Krueger, Verlaine, 29 Kuehl, Marlin, 26 Kuppernus, Jerry, 31 Kusserow, Gerald, 29 Laib, Gordon, 26 Langner, Larry, 26 Langner, Raymond, 31 Langner, Ruth, 29 Larsen, Muriel, 25,27,51 Lathrop, Kay, 17,43, 51 Lathrop, Ted, 27 Latza, Joyce, 27 Laux, Patricia, 29 Laux, Mary, 31 Learmen, Angeline, 17,49 Le Beau, Francis, 27,63,49 Ledvina, Nancy, 31 Leslie, Renota, 31 Lettman, Nancy, 31 lewis, Donald, 17 Lloyd, Nick, 31 Lloyd, Nola, 31 Lloyd, Patricia, 17,42,49 Longi-ie, Judith, 27 Loughrin, Helen, 27,43 Luebke, Keith, 29 Lund, James, 17,39, 49 Lund, Juretta, 29 Macklin, Carla, 27 Maggle, Billy, 31 Malliet, Lyle, Malloy, Ann, 27 Malloy, Carla, 27 Manderfield, Leonard, 27,63 Manderfield, Lucille, 17 Marasch, Jack, 29 Marasch, Karen, 17,48,49 Marasch, Milton, 17,22,39 49,51,55 Marcks, Fern, 17 Marcks, Gerald, 31 Marks, Carl, 17,60,43 Matz, Duane, 29 Matz, Leon, 27 Maxted, Wenda, 12,17,38, 49 McClone, Eugene, 27,58 McDermott, Alanna, 29,48 McDermott, Janice, 27 McDermott, Maurita, 18 McFaul, Marilyn, 18,49 McGowan, Arlo, 18 McGowan, Arno, McPeak, Dawn, 21 McPeak, Terrance, 29,58,53 Meating, Gerald, 31 Meating, Margery, 29 Mentzel, Darla, 18,48,49, 51 Meshnick, Charles, 26 Meshnick, Noberr, 18, 58,59, 63 Meyer, Elda, 18,48 Meyer, Verna,29 Millard, Charles, 18, 38, 58, 59 Moeller, John, 31 Monsour, Dale,29,58,53 Morack, Marcietta, 31 Much, Gordon, 27 Much, Robert, 31 Mytton, Karen, 29 Nienhaus, Frank, 18 Oberstadt, Patsy, 27 Oertel, Richard, 29,58 Oleson, David, 27,53 Omernick, Alice, 18 O'Neil, Peggy, 31 Ostermeier, Judy, 27 Otto, Russell, 29,58,53 Otto, Vernon, 29 Palmer, Karen, 29 Parfitt, Lawrence, 27,58, 63 Paul, Carol, 27 Paul, Jane, 29 Paulson, Mary, 29 Penning, Kay, 31 Penning, Marlene, 29 Pieper, Barbara, 31 Rohloff, Mary, 27 Romberg, Barbara, 29 Romberg, Bruce, 27,48,49 Romberg, Donna, 19 Romberg, Harold, 31 Suomi, James, 27, 48 Suprise, Donna, 20, 48, 49 Tews, Donna, 20, 32, 38, Ross, Paul, 19,49, 53 Rozelle, Sally, 19 Ruckdashel, Joanne, 31 Rudie, Iver, 29, 58,51,53 Ruppel, Karen, 27 Rusch, Roger, 19,41 Sampson, Gary, 31 Sasman, Richard, 31 Sasse, Lawerence, 29 Sawall, Dolores, 27 Sawall, Faye, 29,48 Sawall, Henry, 27 Sawall, Lawrence, Sawall, Sue, 31 Scheid, Darwin, 19 Schellin, Harland, 31 Schimke, Judy, 31 Schimke, Karen, 19,49 Schimke, Wilmer, 19 Schmallenberg, Sandra, 31 Schmandt, leroy, 27 Schmidt, Orland, Schmidt, Wayne, 29 Schroeder, Wynn, 19 40 Tews, Glenn, 29 Thayer, Patricia, 27 Them, Kathleen, 21,49 Thern, Marlene, 31 Thieme, Charlotte, 29 Thieme, Marie, 29,53 Thoma, Karen, 27 Thoma, Kaylene, 31 Thomas, Niel, 29 Thomas, Patti, 29,48 Thomas, Terry, 21,53 Thorn, Rusella, Thorpe, Glen, 29,58 Timm, Dale, 29 Trambauer, John, 29 Tribby, Jayne, 21,42,49 Truesdale, Donald, 27,58 Truesdale, James, 31 Thurk, Russell, 21 Vance, Billie Jo, 25,27, 40,53 Vanderheyden, Donald, 31,53 Visocky, Marlene, 21,46 Vohs, Suellen, 31 Plowman, Donna, 27 Plumb, Plumb, Darla, 29 Deanna, 27 Poehlman, James, 27,58, Polley, Pauline,18,49 Poole, Bernard, 27 Poole, Gary, 31 Poppy, Wayne, 29, 58,59 Prahl, Beverly, 29 Prahl, Karlene, 31 Schoening Schoenroc Schrieber, , Robert, 27,58 k, Wanda, 31 Shirley, 29 Schroeder, Gerald, 29 Schroeder, Leroy, 29 Schroeder, David, Schuelke, Ronald, 19, 41 Schuh, Karen, 31,53 Schuh, Marilyn, 29,53 er, Ruth, 31 Volz, Leander, 21 Wallerman, Lowell, 27 Walmer, Becky, 29 Walmer, Sandra, 21,43 Walrath, James, 31 vvlangeline, Barbara, 27 Wangeline, Mary, 31 Wangeline, Edward, 27 Warmbrunn, Frank, 31 Warmbrunn, Sandra, Waushesock, Dale, 31 Prahl, Kerron, 29 Pribbernow, Carlene, 18 Price, Jerome, 27,58 Prochnow, Leslie, 29,58 Prochnow, Marilyn, 31 Quaintance, Dorothy, 29 Rasmussen, Marlyn, 31 Recker, James, 31 Recker, Mary, 27 Reed, Eileen, 29 Reinhardt, Phyllis, 27 Rex, Donald,29,58, 53 Rex, Janer,18,32,48,49 Reynold, Karen, 29 Rhoden, Florence, Rhoden, Jerome, 29 Rhoden, Lawrence, 19, 49, 53 Rice, Karen, 29 Rieckmann, John, 27 Ritchie, Betty, 31 Ritchie, Fay, 29,48 Ritchie, Margaret, 29 Ritchie, Rosie, 19 Roberts, Dale, 19, 58, 59 Roberts, James, 27,53 Roberts, Judy A. , 31 Roberts, Judy, 29 Roe, Robert, 31 Roff, Dennis, 29,58 Rohloff, Marlene, 29,51 Seehawer, Richard, 31 Seehawer, Robert, 20,58, 53 Selle, Diane, 20 Severence, Mary, 12,20 Shaw, James, 27 Shaw, John, 31 Shaw, Nancy, 27 Shaw, William, 20 Weber, Sandra, 29 Wege, Jo Ann, 27 Wege, Patsy, 29 Wensel, Neil, 27,58 westphal, Barney, 27,58, 59,63 Wetzel, Rosalie, 29, 40, 48,53 Sievers, Joyce, 27 Simons, Mary, 20,49 Smiley, James, 29, 58 Sommer, Henry, 31 White, Barbara, 27 White, Ronald, 21 Wilson, Wilson, Martin, 31 Thom as, 31 Spencer, Nancy, 31 Spencer, Sharon, 27, 49, 53 Spiegelberg, Evelyn, 20 Steckling, Carole, 29 Steinberg, Janice, 20 Steinberg, Niel, 31 Steingpraber, Carla, 31 Steingraber, Jon, 27 Stern, Annette, 20, 22, 25, 32, 51, 48, 49, 53 Stern, Gary, 29 Stern, Kathleen, 29, 48, 53 Stern, Mary, 31 Stich, Phyliss, 20,49 Stilan, Wayne, 27 St. Louis, Byron, 27 St. Louis, Judy, 29 winckler, Karen, 29 Wing, Gail, 29,53 Winkler, Karen, 21,40, 49 Wohlt, Darlene, 27,48, 49 Wolfe, Larry, 27,63 Worm, William, 29 Wright, Barbara, 31 Yohr, John, 27 Young, David, 21,41 Young, Karen, 31 Young, Martin, 29 Young, Nancy, 27 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