New London High School - Classmate Yearbook (New London, WI)
- Class of 1957
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Wlth our school year closed we pause to look back for a flnal
ghmpse of the happmess and fr1ends we have had Many
thmgs have happened we shall never forget We fmd our
selves holdrng closely to our hearts the fond memor1es of our
years at NLHS The 1957 Classrnate IS yours You made rt
we preserved It through word and plcture
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It is with sincere gratitude, that we, the graduating class
of 1957, dedicate our "C1assmate" to Mr. Everett Klinzing.
Through his understanding, fairness, and never ending en-
couragement he has won our deepest admiration.
"There is no end ro the good
a person can do if he doesn't
mind who receives the credit
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MR. PAUL M. LOOFBORO
Superintendent of Schools
Seniors of 1957:
In our world today it
seems that confusion, mis-
understanding and the
misery of millions of our
world peoples dominate our
news. This lmfortunate sit-
uation is, of course, depress-
ing to thoughtful people.
However, there is plenty
of room for hope and an
unlimited challenge in the
opportimity and responsibility
these world conditions give
us Americans. It is our great
chance to assume true world
leadership which surely will
come to us if we really de-
Realization of this intern-
ational honor, actually
becoming and remaining
worthy leaders of world
culture is inescapably the
civilized world 's assignment
to you people now graduating
from our high schools and
colleges in these wonderful
I confidently expect that
we will see advances in
science, travel, culture, and
which will astonish even the
most imaginative of us. It
is now your priviledge to
press on for further training
which will enable you to
make maximum contribution
to the growth of the great
new world ahead.
BACK ROW: Russell Thied
Gordon Schneider, Simon
Armella Bernegger, Vernon
Truesdale, W.C. Thomas
Jennings FRONT ROW: Mrs.
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Chermstry Sc1ence, Physics General Sc1ence Biology
Projector Club Camera Club Brology Club
ROSEMARY AXTELL EVELYN SUOMI
Home Econom1cs Home Econom1cs
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ROBERT OHM DONALD CLARKE ROBERT WALLER RICHARD HOFMAN
Industnal Arts, Carpentry Industrlal Arts Cabmet Amencan Hrstory World I-hstory
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Soclal Sc1ence SOC13.l Problems
Athletlcs, N Club Dean of Boys
EVERETT KLIINZING CLIFFORD PETERSON
Algebra Mathematxcs Geometry Mathematlcs
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Soclal Scxence Physlcal
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REINA MULLEIN MAURICE BLEICK RODINEY WEISS HARVEY GYGI
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L'LOU'ISE BUGARSKE JUDITH MAYER
BETSEY BROWN RUTH DIEDERICH ROBERT DIEKROEGER
Art School Daze Busmess Educatlon Busmess Educatmn
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Secretary to the Prmclpal
Secretary to the Supenntendent
Lxbrary Lrbrary Club
Secretary to the Supermtendent
Our chauffeurs Our housekeepers
BACK Warren Ullman Vxctor Handschke A1 Roy Konrad Les Werner Archle Beaudom
Schafer Mrlton Gough, Lloland Gralchen FRONT
Bernard Lettman Roy Konrad Carl Prahl
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F LeBEAU J McDERMOTT
K THOMA R GRAEBEL
Secretary Vice President
As seniors walking through these doors for the last time we recall four of the very best years of our 11ves
As we leave to go into a new world the same question confronts us as it did the first day of our freshman
year What lies ahead? Today we feel confident and prepared to face the new world and become as suc
cessful there as we have been during our years at Washington High
We remember being timid and green as freshman but we managed to get into line with the rest quickly
Our play The Little Red Schoolhouse along with our float was well prepared Ted Algiers was our president
and Fran LeBeau LeAnne Hoffmann and Jim Rusch were the other officers
Our sophomore year was one of determined school spurt Led by B1ll Krohn as president and Jill Girard
Ozzie Wolfe, and Wayne Everts assisting him, we claimed first place on our homecoming float. "Love Hits
Wilbur" also took a first.
As juniors we watched Kendall Kloehn and Betty Hutchison reign over the most successful prom Washing-
ton High School has ever seen. The officers, Kendall, Darlene Wohlt, Bob Schoening, and Fuzz Manderfield,
along with the swell cooperation of the class turned the gym into a beautiful "Garden of Roses". We danced
to the music of Benny Graham around a wishing well, under a false ceiling of blue crepe paper, centered with
a rotating crystal ball. The garden was surrounded by picket fences and trellises decorated with climbing
roses and, in the far comer, was a fountain and rock garden. Our class rings were by far the prettiest of all,
and we were Iruly pleased with our junior year.
We began our senior year electing Fran LeBeau as president and Janice McDermott, Dick Graebel, and
Karen Thoma to aid him with our activities. Dolores Sawall was chosen to reign over the homecoming and
our homecoming float took first place. We presented a successful play "Night of January 16th" and all too
suddenly found ourselves approaching graduation day. We entered to learn and left going forth to serve.
A quret ,dependable g1.rl IS she a better frrend there could
never be Hall Monltor 4, Prom Commrttee 3, Glee Club l,2,
Mrxed Chorus 3 4
THEODORE ALGIERS Ted
Today we lose hlm tomorrow the world gams hxm Class
Presldent 1, Prom Commrttee 3, Football l,2,3,4, Co Captam
X-,Q 4 Basketball 1 2,3, Baseball 1,2 3,4 N Club 2,3 4 Presrdent 4,
Band 1 2 3,4, Vrce Presrdent 3
ALICE ALLEN Irene
Here s a grrl wrth a frxendly way, a sense of humor and always
gay School Daze l,2,3,4, Annual Staff 4, Cheerleader 1 3,
Prom Commrttee 3, GAA 1 2,3,4, Secretary Treasurer 3,
Student Councll 4, Pep Club 1 2,3,4, Lrbrary Club 2 Secretary
W x 2 Glee Club 1 2, Mrxed Chorus 3,4
Always happy always k1nd she 's the type we like to flnd
Hall Momtor 3, School Daze 3,4 Prom Committee 3, Glee
Club 2, M1xed Chorus 3,4
JULENE ARNDT Julxe '
Brg brown eyes are dangerous thmgs, they sometrmes keep one
from gettmg wmgs One Act Playl 2, Forensxc Play 2
School Play 4, One Act Play Dlrector 4, Hall MODILOI 3 4
Annual Staff 4, School Daze 2,3 4, Prom Commlttee Chalrman
3, GAA l 2 Pep Club 2 3 4, Vrce Presrdent 4 Thespran
WILLIAM BAEHR ' 11
I never let studres mterfere wrth my education FFA 1 2
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WAYNE BALKE Tex
Youth comes but once m a lxfet1me and I m 'ravmg fun
One Act Play 2, All School Play 2, Thespran Troupe 2 3 4,
FFA 2, Prom Commxttee 3, Baseball 2 3, M1xed Chorus 3
Transferred trom Shawano m 1954 as a sophomore
GARY BARRINCTON "Carr
Late hours aren't good for one but they're all nght for two
One Act Play 1, Prom Commrttee 3, Pep Club 3 4, Football
1 2 3, Baskerbau 1 2 3,4 Baseball 1,2,a,4 N Club 2,
Mrxed Chorus 2 3 4
School IS a great 1nst1tut1on you can bet But I'm not ready
for an mstltutzon yet FFA l,2,3,4
Those who are guxet are the most dangerous Prom
Hrs greatest labor IS to krll tlme Prom Commlttee 3
Transferred from Menommee Mxchrgan as a sophomore
DAVE BERGLUND "Berg
Every class has rts tall, dark and handsome fellow Prom
Comm1ttee 3, Football l,2,3,4, Basketball l,2,3,4, Baseball
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SANDRA BESAW "San
Not always bad not always good, dare her and she would
Prom Committee 3 GAA 1,2 3, Glee Club l, IVl.1XBd Chorus
LEON BONNELL "Pooc
lf thls 15 lrberty, g1Ve me death' Transferred from
Waupaca as a sophomore
JOANNE BURTON " o
If all the world were as happy as she what a wonderful place
th1S world would be One Act Play 1, Prom Comm1ttee 3, GAA
l 2 3, Student Councrl 4, Llbrary Club 2 3 4, Presrdent 3 ,
Glee Club l
ROBERT BUSKIRK Bob 5
L1fe's too short to waste 1n study FFA 1 2 3,4, Baseball 1 2 3
Her thoughts are many, her words are few, a nrcer grrl you
never knew GAA 1, Glee Club 3
When you are m search of a book, lzbrarxan Dons w11l help
you look FHA l,2, Prom Commlttee 3, GAA l 2,3,4
Lrbrary Club 2 3,4
ELIZABETH DANKE " 1
Most glonous nrght, thou wert not made for slumber FHA
l 2 3, School Daze 2, Prom Commxttee 3 GAA l,2,3 4
Student Councxl 2,3, Llbrary Club 2,3,4, Presldent 2, Glee
Club 1 2 Mrxed Chorus 3,4
LEONARD DREWS "Lee
I expect that women will be the last th ng C1VlllZ8d by man
FFAI 2 3 4 Prom Commlttee 3 Baseball 3 4
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DANIEL EDMINSTER "Dan
I may do somethmg sensatronal yet' Annual Staff 4 Prom
RICHARD EIDEN 'Dxck
I'm gomg to sleep this perlod because I have to work next
perrod FFA 1 2,a,4
JAMES EMMONS "Clem
He knows football 1sn't the only place a good lme 15 needed
Prom Cornmlttee 3, Pep Club 3,4, Football l,2,3,4, Baseball
l,2,3,4, Basketball 1, Manager 2, N Club 2,3 4
As sol1d and dependable as the Rock of Grbraltar Class
Treasurer 2, One Act Play 3, FFA l,2,3,4, Presrdent 45
Prom Commrttee 35 Track 3,4.
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Talent rn her frngers, a personallty that lmgers Hall Monrtor
3,4, School Daze 4, Annual Staff 3,4, Prom Comm1ttee
Chalrman 3, I-bmecommg Court l, GAA l 2 3 4, Pep Club 3,4
Band l 2 3 4, Drum Majorette 4, School Orchestra l 2 3
Women are entitled to lrfe lrberty and the pursult of men
Cheerleader I Prom Commlttee 3, Pep Club l 2 3 4, Band l
3, Glee Club l Mlxed Chorus 4
ANNE FRYE 'Buffalo
L1fe's a Joke let 's laugh One Act Play 1, Forens1c Playl
Thesp1a.n Troupe l 2 3,4, School Daze 2,3, Annual Staff 4
Forensxcs l 2, Prom Commrttee 3, Glee Club 1 2, Mxxed
Chorus 3 4
RONALD FULLER 'Ron
l'm small so was Napoleon' Prom Commrttee 3 Pep Club
3 4, Basketball l,2, Track 2
Llke grav1ty she has the power of attractron Hall Monrtor 4,
Glee Club 1 2 Transferred from Appleton as a freshman
To know her once IS to lrke her always Prom Commlttee 3, G
JILL GIRARD ug
Actrvrty rs the SPICE of l1fe Class Offlcer 2, Hall Monrtor 4
School Daze 2,3 4, Cheerleader l,2,3,4, Prom Commrttee 3
GAA l,2,3,4, Presrdent 3, Blology Club 3 4, Pep Club 1,2 3 4,
Tumblmg Team 3 4, Band 1 2, Glee Club I, One Act Play 2
All School Play 4, Annual Staff 3 4
The harder I try the gooder to be the worser l become FFA
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RICHARD GRAEBEL 'D1c
He 's the best and nothmg less, an all around boy of NLHS
Class Vxce Presldent 4, Prom Commrttee 3, Football 2 ,
Basketball l 2 3,4, Track 2 3 4 N Club 3 4
MARILYN HALL Man
Her many fnends wzll grow and grow, for she IS a gal who IS
n1ce to know School Daze 3 4, Prom Commrttee 3, Glee
Club 1 2, Mlxed Chorus 4
EUGENE HEDTKE 'Cheese"
If bright remarks were drops of water, I d be an ocean.
Prom Committee 3, Track 1 2 3,45 N Club 4.
All work and no play is not the life for me. Hall Monitor '
GAA 2,35 Library Club 2,3,4.
In the classroom or ln the hall she has a welcome smile for all.
One Act Play 3, Hall Mon1tor 4, Annual Staff 4, Cheerleader lg
Prom Commlttee 3 GAA 1 Pep Clubl 2 3 4, Clee Club lg
JANE HEUER Stretc
What 's the use of hvlng lf you can enjoy yourself? Hall
Mon1tor 2 3 4 Ann al St ff 4 Prom Comrnxttee 3 GAA l 2
I have my fun but not ln school GAA 2 3, Glee Club 3
VERNA MAE HILKER "Vern
A gxrl wlth pleasant ways, a fnend through all our days
Hall Mon1tor 4, School Daze 3 4, Prom Comrnlttee 3, GAA
DUANE HINKENS Sp1kes
The Joker of the deck, but a wonderful deal One Act Play
3 All School Play 4, Thesplan Troupe 4 Prom Commlttee 3
Football 3 4, Track 2 3 4, N Club 4 Transferred from L1ttle
CHARLES HOFFMAN "Charley"
An all around sort 111 work or ln sport FFA l,2,3,4, Prom
Commlttee 3, Football 4, Basketball l 2 3,4 Baseball l 2,3 4
ROBERT HOFFMAN b'
l can't marry one and break a mlllxon hearts' Annual Staif
3 4, Photographer 4, Camera Club 1 2,3,4 V1ce Pres1dent 3
Presrdent 4, Prom Commlttee 3, Tenms 3 4, Band l 2,3
Shoot hxgh shoot far, Your a1m the sky your goal a star
Class Secretary l, One Act Play 2, Forenslc Play 4, Thesp1an
Troupe 3,4, One Act Play Drrector 4, FHA l 2, Song Leader l,
1,2 3,4, Prom Commxttee Chauman 3, l-Iomecommg Court 2
GAA l 2,3, Student Councll 4, Vxce Presldent 4, Band l 2 3 4
Track Queen 3, Badger Glrls' Elect
ABNER HOHMAN Abb1e"
Some thmk he 's bashful others know h1m FFA 1
ELIZABETH HUTCHISON "Bets
Stay Just as you are so n1ce and neat, cause as you are, you
can t be beat All School Play 4, Hall Mon1tor 3, School
Daze 2 3 4, Annual Staff 4, Cheerleader l,3,4, Prom Comrmttee
Comm1ttee 3 Homecommg Court 2, GAA l,2,3 4, Blology
Club 3 4, Pep Club l 2,3,4, Band l 2,3,4, Prom Queen 3
Tumblmg Team 2 3,4
MARYETTE HUTCHISON Hutch
Her heart IS l1ke the moon always a man 1n xt FHA l Hall
Mon1tor 3,4 Prom Commxttee 3 GAA l 2,3
ROBERT INGERSOLL 'Ing
Lead me not 1nto temptatlon but show me where lt IS Prom
Comrmttee 3 Football l,2,3,4 Basketball l Baseball 2
Track l,3, N Club 3 4
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Time marches on' Who cares?
PATRICIA JAMES at
A cheer for our cheerleader full of fun she's loved and admired
Hall Monitor 4 Annual S aff 4 Cheerleader 3 4 Captain 4 Prom
Committee 3 CAA 1 2 3 4 Stere ary 4 Biology Club 3 4 Pep
Club 3 4 Treasurer 4
What could I tell my grandchildren if I spend all my time on
FHA 1,2, Hall Monitor 3 4, Annual Staff 4 Prom Committee 3
GAA 1 2 3 Glee Club 1,2 Mixed Chorus 3 4
KENDALI. KLOEHNI Klondike
One of the kings of the gridiron, the only king of our prom
Class President 3, Ont. Act Play 2, All School Play 3 4, Annual
Staff 4, Prom Comm1ttee 3 Biology Club 3,4, Student Council 3
4 Presxdent 4, Pep Club 3,4, Football 1 2,3,4, Basketball 1 2
Baseball 1,2,3,4, N Club 3,4
RUBIN KLUG "Rube
A country lad with an honest a1r willing to do and willing to
FFA 1 2 3 4 Secretary 4, Prom Committee 3, Football 4 Basket
ball 1 2 3 Track 2,3,4
She 's true to only or e
Annual Staff 4 Prom Committee 3 FHA 1 2,3, School Daze 4
ANNETTE KOLBE "Net
I m no angel but I do have run
Camera Club 1 2 Prom Committee 3 GAA 1 2 3 Library Club
2,3, Glee Club 2,3
DAVID KONRAD Bea
Quite often when I think my mind s growing broader onlv my
consicencc IS stretch ng
FFA 1 Football 1 '7,3, N Club 2,3 4, Nhited Chorus 3 4 Baseball
1 2 3
WILLIAM KOPITZKL Willy
A shriek of the tires, a olat oi the 'mo.n htre comes Bill just as
sure as you re born.
Band 1,2,3,4, Transferred from Watertown Wisconsin as a fresh-
Wt ll'1lI1kl1C'S shy' . . but oh my!
FFA 1 2 3 4 Treasurer 4' Prom Committee 3' Track 3 4.
WILLLAM KROHN 'Billie Lee '
Act well your part, there all the honor lies.
Class President 23 One-Act Play 15 Forensic Play 2,3: All School
Play 12,45 Thespians 1,2,3,-1, President 35 One-Act Pla Director
2,3,4g School Daze 1,25 Annual Staff 3,45 Prom Committee Chair-
man 35 Biology Club 2,3,4, President 3,49 Pep Club 2,3,4g Foot-
ball 1,2g N Club 2,4. Best Thespian of 195-I-55.
Every class should be ten minutes long--five to come and five to
FFA 1,2,3,4, Sentinel 45 Prom Committee 3: Football 2g Baseball
GORDON LAIB "G0rdy"
In manual arts you w1ll frnd, Gordy keeping his rule in line
Prom Committee 3
IARRY LANGNTR B1
School 1S swell from the outside
Prom Committee 3 Track 2
THEODORE LATHROP "Ted
And to think girls have to have permanents
FFA 1 2,3 Prom Committee 3 Track 3
A girl who always does her part, and who excels in the work of
Hall Morutor 4, Prom Committee 3, Clee Club 1
FRANCIS LE BLAU '
Who says brains and fun don t mix
Class Treasurer 1, Class President 4 Annual Staff 4 Prom Com
mrttee Chairman 3 Pep Club 3,4 Presrdent 4, Football 1 Bas
ketball 1 2,3, Baseball 1 2 3,4 N Club 4
JUDITH LONGRIE ' Jud1C
Silence has many advantages but I can't thrnk of any
One Act Play 1 FHA 1 2 3,4, School Daze 2,3,4, Prom Commit
tee 3 CAA 1,2,3 4, Band 1 L1br try Club 1 2 3 4
Her motto frrendlmess
One Act Play 2,3 Hall Momtor 3, Annual Staff 4 Cheerleader 1
3 4 Vice President 4, Student Council 4 Secretary Treasurer 4
Pep Club 1,2,3,4, Vice Presrdent 3, Glee Club 1 2, Mixed Chorus
CARIA MACKLIN "Carl1e
A wrnnrng smile never loses its charm
FHA 1 School Daze 2,3,4, Prom Committee 3 CAA 1 2 3, L1
brary Club 1,2,3,4, Band 1
Her favorite saying my name IS Ann
Hall Monitor 3,4, School Daze 4 Prom Committee 3 Glee Club
1 2 Mrxed Chorus 3 4
In speaking to me you mrght have trouble bec ruse you see
have a double
FHA 2 3,4 Hall Moxutor 3,4, School Daze 3, Prom Committee 3
Glee Club 1,2, Mixed Chorus J
LEONARD MANDERFIELD Fuzz'
Wherever he goes rn life, he'll make a good addition
nr, Class Treasurer 3 Prom Committee 3, Basketball 1 2 3,4 Tennis
2,3,4, N Club 3,4 Secretary 4
If silence were golden, l'd be .1 mxllronarre
FFA 1,2,3,4, Reporter 4, Prom Committee 3
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An athletic hero IS this lad, in his studies he 's not half bad
Prom Committee 3 Student Council 2, Football 1,2,3 4 Basket
ball1,2,3, Track 1 2 3,4, N Club 3 4 Vice President 4
JANICE McDERMOTT Janmc
Here's to a girl with a wonderful smile, things like that are sure
One Act Play 1 Prom Commrttec 3, Glee Club 1 2 Class Treas
CHARLES MESHNICK "Chuck
Silent men at least know what they want to say
Football 4 Baseball 4
GORDON MUCH Gordic
The actions of men are the best interpreters of their thoughts
FFA 1 2,3,4 Vlcc President 4, Prom Committee 3, Track 3 4
PATSY OBERSTADT "Pat
A girl both serious and gay, a friend to all through all the day
Hall Monitor 3,4, FHA 1, School Daze 4, Annual Staff 4 Prom
Committee 3 CAA 1,2,3
DAVID OLESEN "Ole
The only way to have a friend is to be one
One Act Play 3 Forensic Play 4, All School Play 3 4 Forensics
4 Prom Committee 3 Track 3 N Club 4 Thesprans 3,4
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Politeness goes far but costs nothing
Hall Monitor 4, School Daze 4, Annual Staff 4 Prom Committee
3 Glee Club 1 Band 1,2,3 4
LAWRENCE PARFITT Poohd
Women irritate me Ijust love to be irritated
Annual Staff 4 Prom Comm1ttee 3 Basketball 1 2,3, N Club 4
Band 1,2,3,4, Badger Boy 's State .3
Her sm1le's always sunny, and her motto's happiness To have her
for a friend, is a pleasure and nothing less
FHA 1,2, Prom Committee 3, Librarian 2 3,4, Glee Club 1 2
ANN PETERSON "Pete
Most people excel in one thing Ann excels in many
Dramatics 4, FHA 4, Forensics 4, GAA 4 Band 4, Mixed Chorus
4 Transferred from Montfort Wisconsin as a senior
DEANNA PLUMB "Dede
A willing worker anywhere this is a girl who is quite rare.
Forensic One-Act Play 4, Hall Monitor 4, Annual Staff 4- Camera
Club 1 2 3' Prom Committee 33 Band 1,2,3,45 School Orchestra 3,
Glee Club 1,2,35 Mixed Chorus 3,4.
JAMES POEHLMAN "Jim"
He 's a longfellow, but not a poet.
FFA 1,2,3,4, Prom Committee 3, Football 2,3,4g Basketball 1,2,
3,45 Baseball 1,2,3,4g N Club 3,4.
BERNARD POOLE "Bernie"
No more pencils, no more books, No more teacher's dirty looks.
Prom Committee 3.
JEROME PRICE 'Jerry
All the great men of the world are dead I'm not feelmg so well
Prom Comrmttee 3 Blology Club 3 4, Pep Club 3,4, Football 1
2,3,4, Basketball 1 Manager 2 3 Baseball 1 2 3 4 N Club 4
PHYLLIS REINHARDT ' Phy
If I had the wrngs of an angel, wouldn't I look s1lly'7
Hall Momtor 3 4, Annual Staff 4 Prom Commxttee 3 Glee Club
1 2 Mrxed Chorus 3,4
FLORENCE RHODEN "Floss1e
She was cut out to be an angel, but someone ran away wrth the
School Daze 1 2, Annual Staff 4, Prom Commrttee 3, GAA 1 2,3,
Band 1 2,3,4
I'm a scnror now, I gotta be drgnrfred
FFA 1 2,3,4, Prom Commrttee 3
JAMES ROBERTS "Jumbo
A good bluff saveth many a battle
All School Play 3, Prom Commrttee 3 Baseball 2 Track 3,4
Club 2,3,4, Mrxed Chorus 4
BRUCE ROMBERG Sklp
Through earnest study he wrll succeed, rn what he does, he'll
hold the lead
One Act Play 1,2, Thespxan Troupe 2,3, School Daze 3,4, Prom
Commrttee 3, Student Councrl 4, Basketball 1,2,3, Tennls 3,4
Bashful and shy Oh' what a l1e
Hall Morutor 4, Annual Staff 4 Prom Commrttee 3 GAA 1,2,3
4 Secretary Treasurer 4, Glee Club 1,3, Mrxed Chorus 4
DOLORES SAWALL "Too s '
Her blond harr IS her crowmng glory a queen from any farry sto
Hall Monrtor 4, Ammual Staff 4 Prom Commrttee 3, GAA 1,2 3,
Glee Club 1,3, Homecommg Queen 4
HENRY sAwALL "Ha
I came, I saw, I graduated
FFA 1,2,3 4
LEROY SCI-IMANDT "Tot
The questrons don't bother me, 1t's the answers
FFA 1, Basketball 3, Transferred to Marron as a Jumor and trans
ferred to New London as a seruor
ROBERT SCHOENING Bob
A fnendly smrle, the w1ll to do, cheerful to all, a frrend who's
Class V1ce Presrdent 3 Prom Commrttee 3, Football 2 3 4 as
ketball 2 3,4, Baseball 3 4 Manager 3,4, Track 2 N Club 4
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There's more to hfe than school for me
FFA 1,2,3,4, Prom Comm1ttee 3, Student Councrl 4
NANCY SHAW Nan
Srlence 1s golden we're off the gold standard
One Act Play 3, Fl-IA 1,2,3,4, Hall Momtor 3, School Daze 4,
Prom Conmuttee 3, GAA 1,2,3,4, Glee Club 1,2
JAMES SHEAHAN "J1m
O:cford's loss 1S our gam
Football 4, Basketball 4, Baseball 4 Transferred from Oxford,
Wzsconsm as a semor
Only weeds grow tall, so I stay small
Prom Comnuttee 3, GAA 3,4 Transferred from Marquette,
Mlchrgan as a jumor
SHARON SPENCER Spence
Small, but so 1S a. strck of dynamrte
Forensrc Play 2, Hall Momtor 4, Annual Staf 3,4, Forensrcs 2,
Prom Comm1ttee 3 GAA 1,2,3,4 Student Councrl 3, Lrbrary
Club 2,3, Glee Club 1
JON STEINGRABER Harley'
I don't care what surts the rest, I l1ke grrls and dancmg best
All School Play 4, Camera Club 1, Prom Com.m1ttee 3, Foot
BYRON ST LOUIS "Cras "
S1lent partner of all cr1.me m NLHS
JAMES SUOMI "J1m
Why mu: we have a faculty to spoll our fun?
School Daze 3,4, Prom Commxttee 3, Basketball 1,2,3, Base
ball 1,2, Tenms 3,4, N Club 4
PATRICIA THAYER "Pa
A very qu1et lass 15 she, many a fnend not one enemy
Hall Momtor 2,3, Prom Commrttee 3, Student Councrl 3
brary Club 1,2,3,4
A quxet dependable gul IS she, a better frrend there could never
Class Secretary 4 FHA 1, Hall Moxutor 3, Prom Comxmrtee 3,
GAA 1,2,3,4, Vrce President 4, Badger Grrls' State 'i
DONALD TRUESDALE Punchy'
He's musrcal and all the rest, yes, such a guy rs truly blest
All School Play 4, Annual Staff 4 Prom Commlttee 3, Foot
ball 2,3, Basketball Manager 2,3,4, Baseball 1, Track Manager
2 N Club 2,3,4, Band 1,2,3,4
BILLIE JO VANCE
A cute gal with dark brown eyes, her pemonalrty IS her pnze
All School Play 3, FHA 1,2,3,4, Hrstonan 2, Presrdent 4, State
OH1cer 3, Parlnnentanan 3, Hall Momtor 2,3,4, School Daze
4 Annual Staff 4, Prom Commrttee 3, Student Councrl 3,
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Transferred Weyauwega Wrseonsm as a Jumor
EDWARD WANGELINE "Edd1e
Ready for anythmg you mrght ask be rt fun or be rt a task
School Daze 3,4, Prom Commrttee 3 Basketball 1,
JO ANNE WBGE
To know her better IS to l1kc her better
Hall Monrtor 4, Prom Commrttet 3 GAA 1 2 3 4 Glee Club 1 2
Mrxed Chorus 3 4
NEIL WFNSEL Weasel
To study or not to study that rs the questron
Prom Commrttce 3 Football 2 'J Basketball 2 3 Baseball 1 2 3
Transferred from One1da as a freshman
BARNEY WESTPHAL Bernre
I'd rather hug a basketball than tnythmg else well almost any
Prom Commrttee 3 Football 1 2,3, Basketball 1 2 3 4 B tseball
1 2,3 4, N Club 2,3 4
A gay sense of humor a twmkle rn her eye, Among her frrends
she 15 rated hrgh
One Act Play 2, Forensrc Plty 4, Forensrcs 1, Glce Club 1 Trans
ferred to Hortonvrllc as 1 sophomore and transferred to New Lon
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It s nrce to be natural, when one rs naturally met
Prom Commrttee 3 GAA 1
She smrles at many just for fun but her smrle IS really just for
Class Secretary 3 FHA 1,2, School Daze 2 3 -1 Forensrcs 3,4
Prom Commtttee Chairman 3, GAA 1 2,3, Band 1 2 3,4, Badger
G1rl's State 3, Annual Staff 3 4, Co Edrtor 4
LARRY WOLFE ' Ozzre
The smaller the mass, the greater the bounce
Class VICE Presrdent 2, Prom Commrttee 3 Brology Club 3
Student Councrl 4, Pep Club 3,4, Basketball 1,2,3 4, Baseball 1
2 3 4 N Club 2 3 4 Treasurer 4
If there 's trouble I m not around but I've been there
FFA 1 2,3,4, Prom Commrttee 3 Track 3
NANCY YOUNG Nan
e nrcest gal you want to meet, lrkeablc fun and very sweet
In musrc hrs rntcrest lzcs, he may be famous by and by
Band 4, Mlxed Chorus 4 Transferred from Ishpemrng, Mrehrgan as
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H. Gygi. ROW 1: R. Waller, R.
Diederich, J. Mayer.
ROW 2: J. Wells, W. Hoffman, R.
Hofman. ROW 1: R. Bedora, E.
Suomi, E. Klinzing.
Badger Boys State
Leonard Manderfield, Ted Algiers,
Badger Girls State
Karen Thoma, Darlene Wohlt
ROW 2: M. Bleick, D. Clarke, R.
Diekroeger. ROW 1: W. Tyler, D.
ROW 2: C. Peterson, G. Charles-
worth, R. Ohm. ROW 1: R. Axtell.
C. Kleuver, D. Pfiffner.
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Football Most Valuable Player
Dick Graebel, Coach Dehlinger
"Is this a dagger I see before me?"
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ROW 5: R. Elsholtz, J. Steingraber, D. Konrad, D. Monsour, D. Jeffers. ROW 4: R. Campbell,
R. Haase, W. Dunke, N. Wensel, J. Roberts, D. Berglund, K. DeFant, G. Barrington, B. Westphal
J. Heuer, D. Plumb, A. Frye. ROW 3: B. Klitz, A. Peterson, A. Allen, D. Killcn, K. Fredericks,
G. Tews, R. Otto, D. Plumb, P. Reinhardt, C. Bruss, J. Arndt, E. Danke, G. Daukc. ROW 2: A.
Malloy, R. Eckhart, P. Wege, G. Paalman, Ii. Allen, D. Sawall, S. Besaw, K. Bauerfiencl, M.
Ritchie, D. Kleist, M. Hall, J. Fischer. ROW 1: G. Baxter, J. Wege, H. Lougluin, C. Hcrres, Mr
R. Weiss, B. Vance, K. Rupplc, C. Steckling, M. Rohloff, M. Adams.
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TOP ROW: D. Truesdale, K. Fehrrnan, D. Edminister, L. Parfitt, T, Fletcher, J. Eake, K. Prahl, R. Leslie, D. Mon-
sour, ROW 4: S. Rickaby, F. Sawall, N. Hutchison, P. Sweedy, G. Dexter, C. Stern, J. Trambauer, T. Algiers, L.
Hoffmann, D. Wohlt, J. Kalbus, L. Snyder. ROW 3: B, Schimke, J. Ebert, D. Huettner, M. Henschel, J. Kupper-
nuss, B. Bemegger, M. Meating, G. Eggert, R. DeGroff, R, Roe, J. Kitouiski, L, Stern. ROW 2: P. Burton, S. Knap-
stein, G. Wing, J. Cupp, K. Stern, A, McDermott, K. Felsner, A. Peterson, J. Collier, D. Plumb, C. Steckling, C.
Capener, M. Bleick. ROW 1: J. Truesdale, L. Spencer, J. Blondey, B. Hutchison, J. Ostermeier, F. Rhoden, S,
Fischer, S. Freiburger, K. Felsner, B. Brush, K. Winkler, D. Plumb.
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The Senior Band has worked especially hard this year spreading school spirit, and turning work into play. The
band played at all the home football games and presented a half time show at the homecoming game. The band
was on hand at every basketball game leading the students in school songs.
They presented three concerts during the year: The Annual Christmas Concert, a Pop Concert and the Spring
Concert. The instrumental music department also sponsored a concert by the Lawrence College Band.
During the year the band raised funds to finance an ovemight exchange concert with another school. Last year
they took an educational trip to Chicago. The band members enjoyed the trip very much and are looking forward
to many more.
The band is under the leaderhips of Mr. Bleick, who has done a wonderful job over the past years and undoubtedly
will continue to do so in the future.
Seniors in Band
President, Jerry Eggert
Vice-President, Ronald DeGroff
Secretary, Carole Steckling
Maj orette, Karen Fclsner
TOP ROW D Rex, D Plumb, R Campbell, J Jones,W Noack,B Freiburger, 'T Tews,D Olesen,I Rudie,
D Wohlt ROW 3 B Bernegger,D Wetmore, E Danke, D Pichelmeyer, C Bruss, J Arndt, L Hoffman.n,A
Peterson, K Winckler, B Kilian ROW 2 W Hoifman, M Henschel, N Hutchison, K Fehrman, M Meatm
P Sweedy,A McDermott, J Co111er,J Handschke, M Huppler ROW 1 J Hrntzke, S Golden, M Rohloff
F Sawall, C Steckl1ng,K Ledvma, K Felsner, N Ledvina
Or1g1nalOratory Extemp Speaking
Non original Oratory Declamations
Forensice is an extra
curricular activity formed
for students who are in-
terested in the different
types of speaking
Oratory is a type of
speaking in which students
are taught to speak elo-
quently and effectively.
For those who are clever
at unpremeditated speech,
is offered. Students that
are talented in dramatics
enter the declamatory or
interpetive reading field.
Pictured at left are the
students who represent the
fields of original and non-
original oratory, declama-
tions, externporaneous and
interpretive reading, Stu-
dents who win "A" ratings
at both lea ue and district
contests are eligible to at-
tend the state contest held
TOP ROW F Ritchie, E Danke S Schma1lenberg,I Rudie B Freiburger D Rex D Piche1meyer,B Kil
ian ROW 1 R Waller, L Polzin, J Barrington, M Henschel J Col.l1er,S Gutoski J Handschke F
This year's debate topic has been quiet suc
cessful for the New London High School Debate
Squad It reads' "Resolved that the Federal
Govemment should sustain the prices of major
agricultural products at not less than 9070 of
Bonnie Jean Kilian and Iver Rudie affir
mativeg Jane Collier and Don Rex, negative
composed the varsity squad They added a
number of victories to their last year's record
The debate club grew in size this year A
number of upper and lower classmen joined.
Sandy Schmallenberg, Diane Pichelrneyer,
Joyce Handschke, Faye Sawall, Faye Ritchie,
Sally Gutoski, and Bob Freiburger
The debate club officers for this year were
President, Iver Rudieg Vice-President, Jane
Collierg Secretary-Treasurer, Bonnie Jean Kil-
iang Student Council Rep-
resentative, Marla Hen-
The debate club en-
rollment shows that we
will have all our people
back next year. Having
people back with experi-
ence will make NU-IS de-
bate squad a potential
team in the conference,
90 '70 parity? Debate of B Squad Debaters "Wal
ficers Government aid? ler's witticisms'
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LEFT: J. Marasch,
B, Hoffman, P. Bur-
TOP ROW: P, O'Neil, M. Stem, V. Otto, B. Hoffman, G. Schroeder, T, Tews, R. ton.
Schumacher, S. Fischer. ROW 2: Mr, Budora, K. Felsner. J. McC1one, P. Burton,
E. Recker, G. Berg, A, Coyle.
The Camera Club is one of the organizations of Washington High, which has as it's objective, the learning of
some skill, Developing, enlarging, and taking pictures are the primary concerns of its members. Under the guid-
ance of M.r. Bedora, some new problem is faced at each meeting. By sponsoring a dance and several other such
activities, funds are raised to purchase new equipment.
The Projector Club, although small, plays an important part in our school routine. Handling the audio visual
equipment and showing movies for classes during the day, are the members duties. Mr. Tyler instructs new mem-
bers each year to handle the necessary equipment, to relieve some of the duties of the faculty. At the bimonthly
meetings a new piece of equipment is examined, This year a great deal of new equipment was purchased to make
the school day more valuable. Thus, we have two organizations, closely associated, working for a common goal.
TOP ROW: I, Rudie, R. Campbell, C. Schmallenberg, T. Knapp, R. Haase, ROW 2: Mr. Tyler, S. Shaw, H.
Sommer, G. Her-ter, J. Shaw, J. Glocke.
LEFT. D. Campbell, I.
Rudie, T, Knapp.
ROW 3: G. Baxter, J. Herber, C. Heidke, J. Lund, A. Burton, E. Danke, G.
Danke, D. Feilds. ROW 2: D. Edkins, L. Cottrill, P. Thayer, J. Paul, D, Te-
Vrucht, D. Danke, C. Dtmlavy, R. Thorn. ROW 1: J. Barrington, P. Sullivan,
M. Prochnow, C. Paul, R. Gilbertson, J. Buttolph, J. Longrie, S. Warmbrunn.
The true university of these days is a collection of books. - Carlyle
The Library Club of Washington High is one club that works every hour, every day
during the school year. Its members have charge of the desk and help students find
material in the library. Besides learning the fundamentals of library science, the
monthly meetings are spent hashing out problems and enjoying social activities. They
realize that "The library is the heart of the school," and their aim is to keep it func-
Jo Danke, President
Jane Paul, Vice-President
Carol Paul, Secretary
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TOP ROW: R. Haaseg T. Beckmang W. Noack, G. Marcksg J. Burtong K. Kloehng K. Evans. ROW 2: L.
Hoffmanng J, Shawg L. Wolfeg B. Rombergg K. Prahlg K. Winkler. ROW 1: A. Christy M. Henchelg H.
Loughring A. Alleng B. Vanceg R. DeGroif5 S. Brush.
The Student Council sponsored many activi-
ties again this year. They turned their efforts
to the selection of future assembly programs
and once again sponsored the noon movie
program. There were many good pictures shown
and enjoyed by all.
Presiding over the Student Council this
year was: Kendall Kloehn, President, LeArme
Hoffmann, Vice-President, and Helen Loughrin,
This year for the first time the Student Coun-
cil backed a Polio Drive, The drive consisted
of selling of plastic crutches, a student wrestling
match, and topped off with a charity dance,
which was a big success.
Four delegates were sent to the state con-
vention held at Superior, Wisconsin, Those
who attended were: LeAnne Hoffmann, Billie
Jo Vance, Tom Beckman, and Bruce Romberg.
Officers Delegates to Convention
President of Student Council I-Yceum Pfogfam
TOP ROW J. Kopp, L. Wolfe, J. Price,
K Kloehn, J Girard, W, Krohn, J. Emmons,
D Monsour, R. Haase, P. James, R. Camp-
bell ROW 3 S. Feurig, S, Sternberg, M,
Stern, R Fuller, D, Killen, F. LeBeau, R.
Borchardt, A Allen, K. Fletcher, M
Laux ROW 2: J. Fischer, J. Collier, K,
The Pep Club officers this year were: Francis LeBeau,
president, Julene Arndt, vice-president, Jeanne Kopp, sec-
retary, and Pat James, treasurer,
The Pep Club joined with the N Club to make the 1956
Homecoming a great success. The Pep Club members col-
lected refuse for the huge bonfire that we had on October 13
The officers of the club arranged the bonfire program. The
Coronation of the queen in the auditorium was made ma-
jestic-like by the beautiful decorations on the stage.
Toward the end of the basketball season the Pep Club sat
together during the pep sessions. They increased the "fire
and steam" of the pep sessions by starting and leading many
cheers. This increased enthusiasm during the pep sessions,
was enjoyed by the players, coaches, and everyone con-
cemed. All the pep sessions were arranged by the club offi-
cers with the help of the cheerleaders.
The Pep Club increased the school spirit this year more
than it has ever done during the past few years.
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Felsner, C. Capener, J. Arndt, C I-Ierres,
C. Steingraber, B. Brush, S Freiberger M
Ritchie, S. Fischer. ROW 1 P Laux, B
Borchardt, B. Walmer, S. Brush, B Hutchi
son, N. Hutchison, S. Rickaby, N Lloyd,
I N, Loughrin, K, Ledvina, J Schimke
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The F I-LA started the year 1956 wrth the mrtratron of the followlng new offrcers Presrdent, B1ll1e Jo Vance,
V1ce Presldent, Wenda Huebner, Secretary, Catherme Bruss, Treasurer, Helen Gruetzmacher, Hlstonan, Joann Da
berko, Parlramentarlan, Karlene Prahl, Reporter, Nancy Shaw, Song Leader, Judy Longrre
Members of F H,A raxsed money for therr chapter by mamtarmng a concessron booth at football games, havxng
candy sales rn school and sponsonng an all school dance
The Chapter entered a float rn the Homecommg parade for the Homecomxng football game We had a booth at
the county farr along w1th our 1nd1v1dua1 entrxes
Durrng the year we carrred out chapter and state goals of achrevement
The hrghhghts of our year were the annual Mother and Daughter banquet
the F F A and F H A Chnstmas party, and the Lrrp taken by senror F H.A
Two delegates attended the state conventron held at Green Lake June 4
7 Wh1le rn attendance they became better acquamted wrth the F H A or
ganrzatron, met many other grrls wrth the same rnterests, and really had a
F I-LA State Offlcey, Bllhe JO Vance, Demonstratron Partrcxpants Wenda Heub
Chapter Adwsor, M1-5 Suoml ner, Helen Gruetzmacher, Chapter Ad
vlsor Mrs Suorm
TOP ROW S Schrerber, B Hotchkrss, J Roberts, C Bruss, D Knapp, S Sawall, K Prahl, J Cupp, W Hueb
ner, E Danke ROW 3 K Huebner, N Shaw, A Peterson, D Konrad, M Morack, M Delzer, J Johnson, S
Hutcluson, N. Young, L. Meatrng. ROW 2: E. Suomr, M. Prochnow, R. Thorn, H. Gruetzmacher, D. TeVrucht,
Z. Young, G. Wesphal, B, Laux, J. Daberko, R. Axtell. ROW 1: J. Hmtzke, B, Wrrght, J. Ehlke, C. Dunlavy,
B. Vance, L. Cottull, J. Longne, A. Prrbbernow, K. Young.
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The Future Farmers of America this year has over 90 members, each
boy being interested in the field of agriculture as a vocation,
The New London Chapter owns an 80 acre school forest where they
plant trees each year. The F.F.A. also sells mills every noon for the stu-
dents. An annual banquet is held for the members and their parents.
The F F,A sweetheart of the year is selected at this time Officers during
the year were as follows Wayne Everts, President, Gordon Much, Vice
President, Karl Korth Treasurer, Rubin Klug, Secretary, Leon Matz
porter, Marlin Kuehl Sentenal James Shaw Student Cn
TOP ROW L Drews, D Balthazor, W Everts, C Gorges, D Fermanich, J Poehlman, J Trambauer, G Much,
W Hememan A Bartel, M Kuehl ROW 3 J Walrath, V Knapp L Matz, J Moeller, G Kusserow,B
Maggle, K Affeldt, R Griffin, D Matz, R Krause,G Tews ROW 2 J Truesdale C Stern, L Luedtke H
Romberg K Balke, L Danke K Korth, K Kle1n,A Gorges,J Genke, J Shaw ROW1 R Hanson, R
Dav1s,G Danke P Murphy, D Wege D Schuman, L Bartel J Danke M Harn
TOP ROW N Danke R Luedtke H Sawal1,D Waushesock,D T1mm,J Yohr R Klug, R Eiden W Drews
J Rieckmann D Gorges ROW 3 D Gruetzmacher, J Shaw, L Prochnow, M Young R Knapp, D Hilker
F Heimbruch D I-lilker T Knapp R Cooney D Casey ROW 2 E Moeller B Young,A Hill J Dretzen,
T Elsner W Hoffman G Young,A Exden J Kuehl,l-l Sommers, L Dreier ROW 1 D Hohman, J Rom
berg, R Decker, S Shaw G Paalman, T V1ncent,W Kalbus,J Popke J Immel J Breaker
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TOP ROW: G. Huettl, J, Arndt, L. Hoffmann, D. Wohlt, B. Romberg, J. Suomi, J. Girard, E. Wangeline, J. Eake,
S. Feurig, V. Hilker, A. Allen. ROW 3: S. Freiburger, F. Ritchie, K. Rice, K. Stem, M. Meating, K. Winckler, P.
Oberstadt, C. Macklin, N. Shaw, J. Collier, B. Bemegger, A. McDermott, E. Hutchison. ROW 2: B. Brown, J.
Handschke, S. Schreiber, E. Allen, K. Fehrman, M. Hall, K. Felsner, N. Hutchison, A. Malloy, K. Algiers, R. Thorn,
R. Diederich. ROW 1: G. Wing, K. Felsner, J. Longrie, M. Rohloff, B. Borchardt, B. Vance, M. Henschel, F.
Sawall, R. Eckhart, S. Knapstein, D. Piffner.
This year the School Daze staff has again put forth their best efforts to produce an informative, interesting, and
During the first semester the school paper was typed on stencilsand run off on the mimeograph machine. Stu-
dents interested in becoming editors were given an opporutnity during this period of time.
uurmg the second semester the School Daze was incorporated with the lo-
cal Daily Press. The production staff worked with the city paper staff to pro-
I duce the school page. Each Tuesday one page was used exclusively for the
tj" school news. Wednesday morning it was distributed to the students. The var-
i.. ious editors assigned included: co-editors, make-up, art, social, and sports.
V ff ' 1 The three staffs and their very helpful and able leaders were: Editorial
I X ,iii-'L WRX Staff, Miss Pfiffnerg Art Staff, Miss Brown: and Production Staff, Miss Diede
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TOP ROW: I. Rudie, R. Hoffman, G. Eggert, J. Girard, W. Krohn, J. Heuer, T. Beckman, K.
Kloehn, B. Romberg. ROW 3: C. Herres, A. Allen, D. Rex, P. Reinhardt, D. Plumb.A. Frye,
F. LeBeau, J. Arndt, D. Wohlt, P. James, M. Meating. ROW 2: D. Truesdale, K. Felsner, P.
Oberstadt, J. Ostermier, L. Hoffmann, C. Macklin, D. Sawall, D. Kleist, F. Rhoden. ROW 1:
R. Diekroeger, K. Ruppel, S. Spencer, E. Hutchison, B. Kilian, F. Sawall, B. Vance, S. Gold-
"It must be in the files!" This phrase is frequently heard by Mr. Diekroeger,
the Classmate advisor, or members of the 1957 staff, when looking for photos,
vvrite-ups or any other necessary material. Uttered usually by both co-editors, in
As each deadline drew near the journalism room beacme an uproar because you
may be sure something had gone completely wrong! A picture was either missing,
had not been taken, or was a complete blurr. If all the pictures were present it was
certain that a write-up or a piece of typing was nowhere to be found. With the dead-
line rapidley approaching it was certain that this deadline was impossible to meet.
However, with a co-operative staff each page finally reached the mailing point
and off to the publisher it went with a sigh of relief and the words "I never thought
we'd make it! "
We wish to thank McDaniel's Photo Service for the many pictures contributed.
Group photographed through the courtesy of Carter-Hanson Studios.
-W Classmate Staff
Co-editors ........ LeAnne Hoffmann and Darlene Wohlt ,
Business Manager ..... ............. B ruce Romberg L
Art Staff .......... Judie Ostermier, Sharon Spencer, Jill
Girard, Joyce Latza, and Anne Frye
Senior Captions . . .Kendall Kloelm, Betty Hutchison, Delores
Sawall, Karen Ruppel, and Patsy Oberstadt '
Writers ...... Carla Macklin, Larry Parfitt, Francis LeBeau,
and Billie Jo Vance
Typists. . . . . Karen Felsner, Jul'ene Arndt, Eunice Koch,
Deanna Plumb, and Patricia James
Juniors . . . .... Shelia Golden, Jerry Eggert, Marjorie
Meating, Tom Beckman, Iver Rudie, Faye
Sawall, Don Rex, and Bonnie Jean Kilian
Layout ..... .... D arlene Kleist, Phyllis Reinhardt, and
Photographers . . . ...... Bob Hoffman and Jim Collier
Adviser ...... ......... R obert Diekroeger
We had to sneak this one in! 47 Co-editors!
TOP ROW D Monsour, D Edmxmster J Grrard W Krohn T Beckman,
Kloehn J Prrce ROW 2 K Mytton, D Krllen, P James,J Jones, L Wolfe,P
Thomas ROW 1 C Kluever H Loughr1n,K Palmer, E HutCh1SOH,M Rrtchre B
Walmer S Brush
The arm of the "Bug Club ' 1S to have projects dealrng w1th B1010gy to help 1tS members better under
stand nature The "Bug Club" also IS actxve at every home game, sellmg refreshments to the pubhc
The members of the Brology Club are lrmxted to those students who have taken a one year course rn
The offrcers thrs year were B111 Krohn, Presxdent, Margaret R1tch1e, Vrce Presrdent, and Helen
Loughrm, Secretary Treasurer The Brology Club IS under the able drrectron of Mr C Kluever
TOP ROW: J. Arndt, D. Dawes, K. Evans, J. Girard, J. Heuer, P. James, D. Plumb, J. Ostermeyer. ROW 2:
B. Cara, D. Kleist, D. Sawall, K. Felsner, P, Thomas, P. Oberstadt, V. Hilker, K. Bauernieind, C. Herres. ROW
1: M, Adams, J. Wege, A. Malloy, C. Malloy, F. Rhoden, B. Vance, S. Spencer, K. Ruppel.
TOP ROW J Suomx,D Berglund B Schoenmg B Westphal, D Wausheock J Poehlman, D Hmkens,
Stem, L Manderfleld J Roberts, W Poppy ROW 3 B Elsholtz, M Ham, G Barrmgton D Konrad R Darl
ey, 'I' Wrlson T Ingersoll, L Parf1tt,J Ebert, J Emmons, K Kloehn,D Roff ROW2 D Rex,E McClone
L Wolfe, J Jones, R Graebel, D Oleson, D Mansour, J Prrce, E I-ledtke, R Campbell ROW 1 G Charles
worth, P Dernbach, J Smrley, J Sheahan, F LeBeau G Thorpe, D Truesdale, T Algrers
The lu Flub consrsts of boys who have earned a letter rn one maJor sport
Offrcers are elected at the beffrnnrng of the school year New 1 xembers are adrnrtted after letters are award
ed at the end of each athleuc season
Under the supervl ron ofAthlet1c Drrector G M Charlesworth the club sponsored tl e Homecornrnb dance and
furnr hed escorst tor the queen s court The
lub al o completed rts sale of Bulldog Booster
pms thls year
Each year the club awards a muuature gold
emblem to the senlor members who have
earned two letters rn one sport or a letter
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Treasurer L 'NlcC1ont Vrce Pr S1
dt rt L Nlamlerfreld Seeretary Homcommg
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TOP ROW M Laux, K Mytton, E Danke K Brus, J Kopp, C Ba1thazor,K Dey C Machhn D Conradt
ROW 3 B Brush M R1tch1e G Huett1,K Wrnckler, K Thoxrx,A Peterson, N Shaw,1J Klrest, N HUtCh1
son ROW 2 R Mu1len,G Frnger V Meyer, K Felsner, S Frerburger, J Co111er,D Sawall, J Cupp, M
Conrad, ROW 1 G W1ng,J Srevers, S Brush, K Palmer, R Young,F Sawall, M Rohloff,K Ruppe1,D
TOP ROW R Leshe, S Feung D Knapp, P James, J G1I1Id,K Thomas,A Burton, R Schumacher S
Schmallenberg ROW 3 S Hutch1son,J Johnson,B Hotchkr J Roberts,A Al1en,B Hrnkens, D Sawall
A Knapp, K Ferhrnan ROW 2 N Lloyd E Reed,A McDermott, K Rrce, S Schre1ber,K A1g1ers,K
Bauernfe1nd,K Kreckhafer J Handschke ROW 1 A Coyle, M Geske M Prochnow,B Borchardt,B
Hutchrson, D Danke, S Spencer, J Wege, P Draherrn
The Grrls Athletrc Assocratlon 15 an organrzatron for any gul who
lrkes to partrcrpate rn sports The GAA meets every Thursday noon
for bus students and also after school for the guls from town
Under the drrectron of Mrss Mullen the glrls sold candy durlng the
noon hour and also put on noon dances to rarse funds For outsrde
entertainment the GAA went tobogganmg this year
Margaret R1tch1e 15 presldent of the GAA Pat James vrce presl
dent Karen Thoma secretary and Karen Rupple 15 treasurer
A SQUAD CHEERLEADERS
TOP ROW P James, J Colher, B Hutchrson
M Rrtclue ROW 1 J G1rard J Kopp
This year under the duectlon of MISS Mullen and Pat
James captam the cheerleaders were rndeed the pepprest
the Bulldogs had ever seen They backed the team at every
game home and away and always d1d thctr best to perk up
the team to g1VC NL a vrctory
MISS Mullen s tumblers also were more HCIIVC tlus year
B SQUAD CHEERLEADERS
TOP ROW S R1ckaby,S F1scher C Caepner
The offrcers ofthe team were Jeanne Kopp Pres1dent RQW 1 5 gtemberg, 5 Frelburgef B Brush
Barbara Borchardt Secretary and Jane Collxer Treasurer
Ilme of home g3lTlCS They PLII OH excellent p6l'fOl'lTI3l'lCCS
LEFT to RIGHT S Brush, K Bauernfernd S Sternberg, J Kopp J Guard
B Hrnkens L Spencer J Colher B Hutch1son,B Borchardt P Drahexm
They're the most to say the least
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Ginny Allen . . .
Laura Allen. . .
Lester Allen . .
George Allen . .
Franny Barton . .
Beef Anderson . .
Molly Woods. . .
Foggy Ryan ....
Professor Barton . . . . .
Miss Bigby . . .
Tuba Player . . . . .
Flute Player . . . .
Scaffold . . .
Steve . . .
Bubbles . .
Betty . .
. Marla Henschel
. . . Julene Arndt
. . . Dennis Killen
. . William Krohn
. . Marilyn Schuh
. . Duane Hinkens
. Kathryn Ledvina
. Kendall Kloehn
. . . . . . Jill Girard
. . . . . Gail Wing
. . . Renota Leslie
. . . Judy Marks
. Kae Ann Felsner
. . Richard Haase
. . . Kirk Fletcher
. . Don Truesdale
. Betty Hutchison
Milt ............ Don Vander Heyden
2nd Football player ........ Gary Stern
Dr. Spencer .......... Annette Burton
Mr. Woods ............. Dave Oleson
lst Man from Mortuary. . . Jon Steingraber
2nd Man from Mortuary . . Barney Westphal
Delivery Boy ........... Richard Lund
Telegram Boy .... ....... T om Tews
Mrs. Barton ..... .... B renda Bernegger
Student Directors ..... Brenda Bernegger
The first dramatic production of this year presented to the public, was the All-
School Play, "Beauty and The Beefl' under the direction of Miss Judith Mayer.
The play, a comedy in three acts was given on schedule, despite all worrying
that everything would still be undone when the curtain rose for the first act. It
was the story of the captain of the football team, typical of football players, all
beef and very little brains, and Beauty, a girl with few dates because she was
As in all stories it was love at first sight and Beauty acted a little dumb so Beef
would ask her to go out with him. Beauty saved the day by getting the big game
postponed when Beef was suspended from activities for a week because of suspec-
ted cheating. Beef won the game and all was well.
The comedy was presented to the public on November 29, 1956, and everyone
agreed it was a big success.
HM A GARDEN
Entering the "Carden of Roses" on a bridge over a garden fish pond was a thrilling moment of the Class of '57,
The capacity crowd agreed that it was the most elaborate and beautiful Junior Prom Washington High has seen
in years. They found themselves amid many trellises covered with beautiful, red, white, pink, and yellow roses.
They enjoyed watching the floodlighted fountain in the corner and throwing their pennies into a wishing well in
Like every other year the juniors were S1119 they wou1dn't be done in time. But they finished on Friday after-
noon in plenty of time with the help of some very capable committee chairmen.
The mood was set by Benny Graham and his orchestra. The climax of the night was the crowning of Queen
Betty Hutchison and King Kendall Kloehn by senior class president, Karl Kalbus and Donna Suprise. The grand
march was led by the royalty and court composed of Len Manderfield, Bob Schoening, Darlene Wohlt, Vemon Otto
Neil Steinberg and their dates.
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TOP ROW: L. Danke, J. Collier, T. Ebert, R. Campbell, D. Huntley, S. Blesch, T, Freiburger, G. Thorpe, L.
Huebner, G. Fielding, M. Wilson, G. Meating, R. Borchardt, F. LeBeau, R. Fritz. ROW 3: J. Ebert, I. Rudie, L.
Prochnow, B. Dailey, J. Price, T, Wilson, G. Barrington, C. Hoffman, B. Westphal, R. Langner, M. Harn, D. Mon-
sour, J. Emmons, R. Klug, V. Otto. ROW 2: D. Clarke, D. Waushesak, W. Poppy, D. Berglund, J. Poehlman, B.
Ingersoll, K. Kloehn, R. Graebel, O. Konrad, G. Stern, P. Dernbach, R. Dehlinger. ROW 1: D. Roff, R. Roe, G.
McClone, D. Rex, J. Sheahan, J. Smiley, T. Algiers, R. Elsholtz, G. Behm.
The 1956 football season got under way with the preseason outlook promising, as there were ll returning letter-
rnen and one of the heaviest lines in a long time. But as the season got under way these hopes were darkened by
It was midway in the season that Coach Dehlinger, whose capable coaching and determination proved to be New
London's greatest asset, saw fit to ask ten players to turn in their equipment because they had broken training regu-
So it was in mid season that the coaches were faced with the task of rebuilding a new team around the remain-
ing regulars. But Coach Dehlinger, ably assisted by Coaches Don Clarke and Greg Charlesworth did a fine job in
the little time they had. And although the Bulldogs lost their remaining games, they played a highspirited and
determined brand of ball, of which we were all proud.
Even though the season wasn't successful in the win and loss column, it turned up a number of promising under-
classmen who took over starting positions inexperienced, and emerged at the season's end veterans. It is these men
who well carry the ball next season for N.L.H.S.
'F New London 7 St. Mary's
New London 6 Kaukauna
New London O Neenah
New London 0 Shawano
New London 0 Menasha
New London 0 Two Rivers
New London 6 Clintonville
New London 0 Kimberly
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Football Captain, Ted Algiersg Homecoming Queen, Dolores Sawall
A successful homecoming was opened this year with a pep session and bonfire on
Thursday night, October 4. The Pep Club under the leadership of Fran LeBeau, took
charge of all events except the dance.
Queen Dolores Sawall, and her court, Kay Bauernfeind, Cathy Bruss, Barbara Pieper,
Elvera Danke, JoAnn Ehlke, and Sharon Rickaby, led the parade riding in convertibles
through town on Friday afternoon. In the float division, the Thespians took first in the
clubs and the seniors took first in the classes.
Friday night the team fought hard for a win, but was defeated by Shawano 33-0.
After the game, the evening was brought to an end with a dance in the gymnasium
sponsored by the "N" Club. Escorted by senior boys in the "N" Club, the queen and her
court led the grand march.
'LEFT TO RIGHT: G. Charlesworth, J. Sheahan, D. Monsour, D. Berglwid, G.
Barrington, L. Manderfield, J. Poehlman, G. Stern, B. Schoening, B. West-
phal, B. Elsholtz, R. Graebel, L. Wolfe. Managers: R. Campbell, C.
Schmallenberg, P. Dembach.
The 1957 Bulldog cagers, under the fine coaching of Coach Charlesworth,
compiled a 5 and 9 record in conference competitions. Although the record
wa sn 't impressive, the New London "5" turned in many fine ga mes, and wound
up their conference play by nearly upsetting the highly ranked Shawano
In tournament play the Bulldogs captured a consolation berth in the re-
gional contest and lost to a fast finishing Appleton quintet.
Forward, Len Manderfield, was elected Honorary Captain by his team-
mates, and Barney Westphal, M-E conference scoring champion, was se-
lected as the "Most Valuable Player".
The outlook for the future is bright. Even though there will be only 3
returning lettermen, there are many outstanding "B" squaders who show
Antigo 34 New London 81
Seymour 42 New London 53
Menasha 62 New London 67
Stevens Point 54 New London 61
Berlin 55 New London 54
Kimberly 58 New London 56
Two Rivers '72 New London 61
Nenah 48 New London 58
Kaukauna 56 New London 43
Regional New London 54 Kimberly '76
New London 67 Kaukauna 42
Sectional New London 50 Appleton 64
Two Rivers '74
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BACK ROW: D. Clarke, R. DeGroff, T. Knapp, J. Eggert, T. Wilson, D. Roff, D.
Rex, J. Truesdale. FRONT ROW: J. Kuppernuss, D. Waushcsock, G. Schroeder, C.
Gorges, T. Beckman, K. Fletcher.
The B-Squad basketball team finished the season with ri 6-12 reeord for '56-'57, Many of the games lost were
only by a few points. The top scorer was Dale Waushesock with 189 points. Tom Beckman was second with 108
The junior Bulldogs came along as the season progressed and near the end of the season some of the boys saw
varsity action. Many of the players from the '56-'57 B-Squad are expected to add scoring punch and height to the
'56-'57 varsity team. The junior varsity had a forward wall that averaged about six feet two inches. This height
is to be an advantage to our coming varsity team.
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The Frosh had a successful season this year, The New London team established a 4-7 record, They lost three of
these games by only 2 points. There were eighteen boys on the team, plus two hard working managers.
New London had a total of 403 points, while the opponents had 449. Individual scoring honors went to Bill Noack
who racked up 97 points for the season and Jim Magalska who followed with a close 86 points. These boys should be
a big help to the B-Squad and maybe the Varsity next year.
BACK ROW: S. Shaw, D. Seefeldt, R. Bauer, D. Strand, E. Lehman, R. Helms, G.
Dexter, R. Lund, J. Romberg, J. Rice, T. McDermott. FRONT ROW: C. Kluever
J. Magalska, G. Earll, J. Kitowski, B. Noack, T. Fletcher, J. Glock, P. Sweedy, D.
Our 1950 "Baseball" Bulldogs started th
TOP ROV R Lanrner J X alrtah E MeClone R
Forge K Kloehn ROW 2 L Huebner T Alglers J
Kuchl J Besaw, R Darley W G tt
uye e ROWI D
Strand T Campbell R Decker D Cruetzxnacher J
Thxs year an rntramural basketball program was orgamzed
under the drrectron of Mr Dehlrnger Tw l
o eagues were formed
Sophomores and freshmen composed the teams of the class B
lea h l
gue, w 1 e Junxors and semors made up the srx team class A
league After a trght battle for top honors wrth the Red Devrls
the Ruffres emerged as champrons of the class A drvrsron The
Crusaders had thrngs well rn hand throughout the season postrng a
9 and 0 record to take class B honors As the fmal game of the
season, the rntramural All Stars played the Vars t A
1 y closmg
rally carrred the varsrty to a 37 31 wrn rn a seesaw battle
e season by beatmg Hortonvrlle 3 to 1 rn a pre conference game Our
Bulldog ' 9" went on to play a seven game slate rn conference pla wr
y, nnrng 4 and losmg 3 New London won the
ournarnent at Seymour by beatrng Seymour and Manawa We lost to Clmtonvrlle, 2 to O, rn the frrst
game of the Regronal Tournament played at Pulasler
The hrttmg power of the team was l d b B
e y arney Westphal, Ted Algrcrs, and Dave Berglund Karl Kalbus and
Roger Rusch co captams of the "56" season carrred the pxtchrng load and drd an excellent Job
Of the 15 letter wrnners on the "56" squad 9 of tl
rem returned rn 57 The SIX starters t
Barrrngton, Dave Berglund, Ted Algrers, Fran Le Beau, Barney Westphal and Larry Wolfe
hat wrll return are Cary
TOP ROW D Konrad G B
, arrrngton B SchOen1ng,C Hoffman G Marcks G Schroeder C Gorges, D Txmm
D Berglund,B Westphal J Krtowskr ROW 3 T Knapp, N 'lhomas V Otto I Kloehn B Noack C
Schmallenberg J Kuppernuss, J Emmons lx Kloehn, T Beckman, K Balke ROW 7 C K1uever,B Borclrardt
F Le Beau, R Haase, R Campbell, W Balk J Prrce, L Prochnow, L Wolfe W Hoffman H Romberg ROW
1 W Guyette,T Algrers, J Genke P Dembach J Glocke J Ehlk
, e P Sweedy R DeGroff G Berg
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For the frrst ume 111 the hrstory of New London Hrgh School tennrs
was added to the sports ctrrrculum A team of erght players was formed
er the able coachrng of Mr Drekroeger and entered rnto con er
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netters garned rn both experrence and skrll Most of them wrll be back
agarn next year to what promrses to be a more successful season
I b n1n outtng was not too successful the Bulldog
As sprlng comes and the basketball season ends many of thc students look forward to the track season
t when Coach Clark gave the call for the sprrng sport
Agatn thrs year a large number of boys came ou
The squad was helped by f1ve returnrng lettermen from last year as well as some frne prospects
The track boys started to work hard as soon as the season started for thelr openrng meet was only a few week
Due to the lack of a track held the students were able to see the home team only twrce Thrs year s meets
ck men came rn wrth flyrng colors
were run on the athletrc freld and many of the Bulldog tra
S D Wauskesock,D Hmkens, D Fermamch, T Wrl
TOP ROW T Frelburger, M Ham, R Darley, G tem,
son,C Much, J Roberts ROW3 R Gr1ffm,D Scherd, D Htmtley,J Ebert, D Roff, Wayne Everts,
Langner,W Poppy,D Monsour, R Graebel, E Hedtke ROW2 R Fuller, J Walrath, D Rex, T Ebert,
K Affeldt, J Srmley, E McC1one,L Danke, G Thorpe ROWI D Clarke, H Sommer, D Truesdale,G
1 D Gruetzmacher
Behm, K Fletcher, L Huebner, J Truesda e,
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Klug, Rubin, 17,45,58 59
Kluge, Glenn, 28
Knapp, Audrey, 24,
Knapp, Delores, 28,44,50
Knapp Roger 28,45
Knapp, Theodore 25 38
Knapp, Vernon, 27
KHZPSYCIH, Sharon, 25,34 46
Koch, Eunrce, 17,46,
Konrad Davld, 17 32 49,
Konrad Dranna, 29, 4,50
Konrad Mary Lou, 28
Kopp, Jeanne, 25 43,50,
Korth, Karl, 17,
Kratzke, Yvonne 28
Krause, Roger, 25,45
Krohn, Wllham, 17,40 4
Kuehl, James, 28
Kuehl, Marlm, 17
KHPPCHMS, Jerry, 21, 1
Kusserow, Gerald 25,4
Lamb, Gordon, 18
Langner, Larry, 18
Langner, Raymond 27,58,
Langner, Ruth, 25
Lathrop, Ted, 18
Latza, Joyce, 18
Laux, Bette, 28,33 44
Laux, Mary, 27,43,5
Laux, Patrlcra, 25,43
LeBeau, Franc1s, 18 43,47,
Ledvma, Kathryn, 29,33,36,
Ledvma, Nancy, 27,36,41
Les11e,Renota 27,3 , ,
Lettman, Nancy, 27
Lloyd, Nrck, 27
Lloyd, Nola, 27,43, 0
Longrle, Judrth 18 39,44,
Loughrm, Helen, 18 32,43,
Luedtke, Kerth, 25
Luedtke, Larry, 29
Luedtke Ralph, 29 45
Lund, Juretta, 33 39
Lund, Rrchard, 29,52,62
Macklm, Carla, 18,46,47,
Magalska, James, ,62
Maggle Brlly, 45
Malllet, Joan, 29
Malloy, Ann 18, 32,46,48
Mallory, Clara, 18,48
Manderfreld, Leonard ,
Marks, Gerald, 27,42,64
Marks, Jlldlth 29,33,52
Marasch, Jack, 25,
Matz, Duane, 25,4
Matz, Leon, 18,45
McClone, Eugene, ,49,
McClone, Judy, 29
McDermott, Alanna, 25,
MCFaul, Calvin, 29
Mcfaul, Damel, 29
Meatmg, Gerald, 27 58
Meatmg, Lors 29,44
Meatrng, Margery, 25,34
Meshnick, Charles, 19
Meyer, Verna, 25,50
Millard, Janet, 29,33
Moeller, Ed, 29,
Moeller, John 27,45
Monsour, Dale, 25 32,34
Morack, Marcretta, 27 44
Much, Gordon, 19 45,53,
Much, Robert, 27
Murphy, Patrlck ,45
Mytton, Karen, 25,48,50
Noack, Wrllram 29 36
Oberstadt, Patsy, 19,46,47,
Olesen Davrd, l9,36,40
Oertel, Rrchard, 5
O'Ne1l, Peggy, 27
Ostermrer, Judrth, 19,34
Otto, Russell, 25,32
Otto, Vemon, 24,25 38,58,
Paalman, Gene, 27,32,45
Palmer, Karen, 25,48,
Parfrtt, Lawrence 19,30
Paul, Carol 19,39
Paul, Jane, 24,39
Paul, Nancy, 29,33
Paulson, Mary 25,33
Pennmg Kay 27
Peterson Ann, l9,32,34
Plchelmeyer, Duane 29
Pneper, Barbara, 27, 0
Plumb, Darla, 25,32
Plumb, Deanna, l9,32,34,
Poehlman, James, 19,45,
Polzln, Lmda, 27
Popke, Gerald, 29,
P9PPY1W2Y11e 4 1 1
Prahl Karlene, 27 33 42,
Prahl, Kerron 25,34
Prahl Ila Mae,
Prahl, Marlene, 29
Prahl, Marvrn, 27
Prrbbernow, Amta, 29,33
Price, Jerome, 20,43,48
49 58,59 64
Prochnow, Leslre, 45,58,64
Prochnow, Marrlyn, 27,39
Proctor Richard, 25
Quamtance, Dorothy, 25
Rassmussen Mary, 29
Rassmussen Roger, 29
Recker, Elrazbeth, 29 33
Reed, Eileen, 25,50
Reed, Lours, 29,3
Rernhardt, Phyllrs, 20,32,
Restle, Patrxcra 9
Rex Donald, 25,36,37,4
Rhoden Florence 20,34
Rhoden Jerome, 25
Rhoden Ruth, 29
Rice, James, 29
Rrce Karen, 25,46,
Rreckmann, John 0 4
Rlckaby, Sharon, 29,34
Rrtchre Fay, 25 37,46
Rrtchre, Margaret, 25,32,
Roberts, James, 20,32,49,
Roberts, Judy, 44, 50,27
Roe, Robert, 34,58,27
Roff, Dennis, 58,25,62,49,
Rohloff, Marlene, 25 32
Romberg, Bmce, 20,40,42,
Romberg, Harold 45,27,
Romberg, James, 29 ,45
Rornberg John 29 62
Ruckdashel, Carol, 29,33
Rudle, Iver, 36,37 3 ,25,
Ruppel, Karen, 47,50, 8,
Sanders, Sharon, 9
Sampson Gary, 27
Sawall, Dolores 20,32 47,
Sawall, Donna, 29,50
Sawall Faye, 34,36 37,
Sawall, Henry, 20,
Sawall, Sue, 27,44
Sayler, Robert, 4
Schrmke, Barbara 29,34
Schrmke Judy, 27 43
Schmandt, LeRoy, 20
Schoenlng, Bob, 20 49,61
Schmallenberg, Sandra, ,
Schnerder, Lee, 29,3
Schrelber, Shrrley, 25 4 ,
Schroeder, Gerald, ,38,
Schroeder, LeRoy, 25
Schuh Karen, 27
Schuh Manlyn, 25
Schuman Danny, 29 45
Schultz, June, 29
Seager, Carol, 29
Seager, Larry, 29
Seefeldt, Davrd, 29,62
Seehawer, Rrchard, 27
Shaw, James, 21,42
Shaw, John, 27,38
Shaw, Nancy, 21,44,46,50,
Shaw Samuel, 29,38,45,
Sheahan, James, 21,49,58,
Sherd, Darwm, 25,65
Sxevers, Joyce, 21,50,53
Smrley, James, 25,49,58
Smrth, Pamela, 29
Sommer, Henry, 27,38,45,
Snyder, Lee 29,34
Spencer, Lawauana 29 34,
Spencer, Nancy, 27,33
Spencer, Sharon, 21,47,48,
Splce, Thomas, 29
Stecklmg, Carole, 25,32
Stemberg, Neal 27
Stemgraber, Carla, 27,43
Sterngraber, Jon, 21,32,
St Lours, Byron
Stem Clifford 29,34,45
Stem Gary, 25,49,52,58
Stem Kathleen, 25,34,40,
Stem, Leon, 29,34
Stem, Mary Lou, 27,38,43
Stemberg, Sandie, 27,43,
Strand, Dale, 29
Sullivan Patricia, 9 3
Suoml, James, 21 46,49
Sweedy, Peter, 29 34 36
Tate, Sandy, 29
TeVrucht, Darlene 29,33,
Tews, Glenn, 25 3 ,4
Tews, Thomas, 29,36,38,
Thayer, Patrrcra ,39
Them, Marlene, 7
Thoma, Karen, 2l,30,50
Thoma, Kaylene , 0
Thomas, Nell, 24 4
Thomas, Pattr, 25
Thom, Rusella, 27 39,44,
Thorpe, cm, 25,49,58
Trmm, Dale, 25 4 ,64
Trambauer, James, 34
Trambauer, John, 25,
Truesdale Donald, 21,34
Truesdale, James 27,34,
Vance, Billie Jo, 21,32,42
Vander Heyden, Donald
Vmcent, Robert, 25
Vmcent, Thomas 29,45
Vohs, Suellen, 27
Volz, Leander, 27
Walmer, Becky, 25,43,48
Walrath James, 27
Wangel1ne, Barbara, 22
Wangelrne, Edward, 22,46
Warmbrunn, Sandra, ,
Waushesock, Dale, 27,45
Weber Sandra 25
Wege, Davrd, 29,45
Wege, Jo Ann, 22 32
Wege Patsy, 25,3
Wensel, Nell, 22,32,53
Westphal, Glona 9
Wetmore, Daryl, 22,36
Whrte, Barbara, 22
Whmte, Carol, 29
Wilson, Martln, 27, 8
Wrlson, Mary, 29
Wrlson Thomas, 27, ,
Wmckler, Karen 25,34
Wing, Carl, 25,34, ,50,
Wohlt, Darlene, 22,3 ,34
Wolfe, Larry, 22,42,43,
Worm, Wrllram, 25
Wnght, Barbara, 27,44
Yohr, John, 22,45
Young, Gary, 29,45
Young, Karen, 27
Young, Martrn, 25,4
Young, Nancy, 22
Young, Rrta, 50
Young, Robert, 29,4
Young, Robert, 27,
Young, Zrta, 29,33
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