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

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We, Me Sendafw of 7?557 pzwewtde Manmade Sedan! 7Zeau loazdaa, Wwwwm Superintendent Loofboro, a very capable administra tor, has done his best to see that the education he oversees is liberal and broadening. His accomplish- ments have served as a monument for the students passing through Washington High School. The pioneering of television supervised study is a prime example of foresight and leadership portrayed by our superintendent. It is with great pride that we the class of 1958, dedicate our annual to him. 2 ,W Q 1 1,-my ,mu an H' 3 'T 't,.,x35m, L"'fW:::E'f'Tf+ .LX " 4. 'ni ,v n ,, W--f' ,wwf U.. Q ' pw. ,,,,.m,W N.. H ., fin .,w3ggg5qm ..,. We.4'aw67Lpz!aZaw'a ' Paul M. Loofboro, Superintendent Mr. Loofboro ' as Dear Seniors: There are so many subjects I might choose for my "annual message," that the first job is to decide which of the possibilities will be omitted and which I will try to develop. lt occurs to me that this very problem of mine at the moment is one of the important ones which each of you must also face. There is such a variety of opportunity today for fun, for work, and just about anything, that most of us are fre- quently confused and somewhat bewildered by it all. Wise selection from whatever is offered or available in any field is actually one of the important keys to success. Many have overlooked this basic fact and rushed into making hasty choices which, at the moment, seemed very good, but later discovered the wisdom of the old adage, "Act in haste, - repent at leisure." Almost universally people in their middle years regret some or many of their earlier unwise acts and choices. "Why didn't someone tell me?" is a common lament. The fact is that most of us were told--sometimes very often. We simply didn't listen or understand at that time. The spirit of youth is daring and wonderful, and willingness to explore new fields in the exercise of imagination is an absolute necessity in making progress. We are currently seeing a great popular realization of the importance of science in our cultural survival. I wish to emphasize a slightly more personal point. Science has developed an approach to problems Qoften called the "scientific method"J which is useful and rewarding in our everyday living just as it is in research. Essentially this is being sure that all available related information is made the basis for'our judgements fselectionj whenever we decide on a choice. Much misery will be avoided by the application of this principle, which, of course, includes restraint and caution as well as the collection of information. Our purchases, job selection, finding the "one and only," and the thousands of other choices we must make will be sources of enduring satisfaction if we will always remember to be open-minded, free from prejudice, and base them on religious and moral values, QM! 777. Hoffm- www vamp, ww: ' Austin F. Christ, Principal ,W . ..........ps ' ' W., 'VW In VE? -Q.. School Board, SEATED: Mrs. Armella Bemegger, Mr. Vemori Truesdale, Mr. Merlin Brunner. STANDING: Mr. W. C. Thomas, Mr. Jay Mattick, and Mr. Gordon Sche i der . 5 mmwt, l Mr. CHARLESWORTH Mr. BRINK Mr. BLEICK Social Science Latin Band Director of Athletics English "N" Club Debate P.A.System ii Mr. DEI-ILINGER Miss DIEDERICH Social Science Business Education Physical Education School Daze Intramurials Athletics x Mr. DOUGLAS Mt. DIEKROEGER MT- CLARKE Glee Club Business Education IHC11-1S15Ii211 Arts Mixed Chorus Annual Cabinet M9-king Athletics Athletics 6 at 'L 'if 5' Miss EDKINS Mr. HOHMAN Mr. HUPPLER Library Agriculture, FFA English Library Club Speech Dean of Girls Mr. KLINZING Mr. GYGI Algebra Drivers Education Mathematics Camera Club P.A. System Text Book Library X, X. x ri 335 Mr. JUDD Mrs. I-IOLVERSON M12 GRAVE5 General Science Home Economics American History Pep Club Athletics 7 Mr. PATCHEN Mr, PALMER Miss MULLEN English Industrial Arts Physical Education Dramatics Carpentry GAA Speech Mr. KLUEVER Mr. MADISON Biology World History Biology Club Debate Noon Supervision Noon Supervision Athletics xiii. .Q .1 .. -L W- 1 ,ff A ,iw Mr. MARSH Miss PHIFFNER Mr. PETERSON Algebra English Geometry General Mathematics School Daze Mathematics General Science Pep Club Mr . SWENSON Mr. TYLER English, Dramatics Chemistry, Physics, Physical Science, Visual Aids Mr. WELLS Social Problems, Dean of bc 3 32 L z DARLA MWTZEL Mrs. SUOMI ROSE CONLON Secretary to the Principal Home Economics, FHA Secretary to the Superintend BUS DRIVERS JANITORS Milton Gough, Arnold Ziechert, Les Wemer, Arnold Ziechert, Roy Carl Prahl, Lloland Graichen, Ber- Konrad, Art Schmidt nard Lettman, Warren Ullman, Roy Konrad, Victor Handschke mad? Kirk Fletcher President Cathy Bruss Geraldine Huettl Treasurer , Secretary Gerry Ebert Vice -President I Will I ever remember which room to go to! Yes, this was our freshman year in high school. To lead us through these happy but trying days we chose Tom Beckman as president, Vice President, Don Rex, Secretary, Geraldine Huettl, Treasurer, Margery Meating. Although we were shy, nearly every phase of school life was well supported. Beyond our wildest dream, came the greatest thrill of freshman year. We won the spirit cup. Our class officers for the sophomore year were President, Leslie Prochnow, Vice President, Vernon-Otto, Secretary, Margaret Ritchie, Treasurer, Karen Winckler. Our sophomore year was even better than our freshman year. Finally our hard work brought success. Our debate team, partly composed of sophomores, won the Mideastem Debate Championship. We were also successful in drama. Our scholastic record was one to be very proud of. At the end of the year we again received the spirit cup. The most exciting event of the year was our Prom. Vemon Otto and Margaret Ritchie reigned over our prom. "Some Enchanted Evening" was the theme. The honor of leading our class was given to Dennis Killan as President, Vernon Otto, Vice President, Jerry Jones, Secretary. Our debate team well represented by juniors made state, the supreme honor. Another first was racked up by the Forensic One Act play cast also composed of many juniors. They received an A-l rating at state. As a climax to our third year we won the spirit cup fo'r the third straight year. For the last time our class officers were chose. Kirk Fletcher, President, Vice President, Jerry Ebert, Secretary, Geraldine Huettl, Treasurer, Cathy Bruss. Our Queen for homecoming was Sheri Knapstein. The crowning of the Queen was an unforgettable moment. This is the beginning of the end. Musicians, Athletes, Orators, Scholars move across the stage in review. Never again will we be assembled together as a class in Washington High, but we will always remember our four years at New London High School. 10 KEN AFFELDT "Ken" Silent men at least know what they want to say. FFA 1,2,3,49 Track 3. KEITH BALKE School days are fun, but school nights are better. FFA 1,2,3,49 Football 19 Baseball 1,2,3,4. 44' THOMAS BECKMAN "Mar " W Anything worth doing is worth doing well. Class President ls Annual Staff 3,49 Biology Club 2,3,4, Pres. 49 Student Council 3,49 State Convention 3,4, President 49 Football 39 Basketball 1,2,3,4Q Baseball 2,3, 49 Cross Country 49 Prom Committee 3. GORDON BEHM Don't look at me girls, it makes me nervous. Football 1,2,3,49 Baseball 29 Track 3. JUNE BLONDEY "Junie" She has a light head, a very light head. In fact, she's a blonde. GAA 1,25 Band 1,2,3,4Q Prom Committee 3. BARBARA BORCHARDT "Barb" Her heart is like the moong always a man in it. One -Act Play 19 All School Play 2,49 Thespian Troupe 119 2,3,4, President 49 One-Act Play Director 3,45 School Daze Staff 1,2,3,49 GAA 1,2,3,49 Student Council 49 Pep Club 2,3,49 Tumbling Team 2,3,4, Sec.-Treas. 39 Cheerleader 2,49 Prom Committee 3, Chairman 39 Clee Club 19 Mixed Chorus 4. 11 CAROL BALTHAZOR Her thoughts are many, her words are fewg A nicer you never knew. GAA 2,3,49 Prom Committee 3. girl KAY BAUERNFEIND Looks, personality, what more do you want? Hall Monitor 3,49 GAA 1,2,3,49 Biology Club 49 Tumbling Team 3,49 Treasurer 49 Prom Committee 39 Homecoming Court 39 Clee Club 19 Mixed Chorus 2,3,49 Annual Staff 49 Transferred from Howell, Michigan in 1955 as a Freshman. BRENDA BERNEC-GER "Bren" Stay just as you are9 you can't be beat. Forensic Play 1,39 All School Play 1,39 Thespian Troupe 119 1,2,3,49 Historian 49 One-Act Play Director 49 School Daze Staff 3,49 Annual Staff 49 Forensics 19 Band 1,2,3,49 Prom Committee 3, STANLEY BLESCH "Stan" Races around each Saturday nite, away from the farm in head long flight. FFA 19 Football 1,39 Basketball 19 Baseball 1,2,3,4. ROBERT BRUSH "Pat" Life's too short to waste on study. Prom Committee 3. SANDRA BRUSH "Sandy" She has a personality all of her own. GAA l,2,35 Biology 2,3,45 Student Council 3,45 Pep Club 1,2,3,45 Tumbling Team 2,3,45 Band 1,2,35 Cheer- leader 15 Prom Committee 3. PATRICIA BURTON "Pat" Not always bad, not always good5 dare her and she would. School Daze 45 Camera Club 1,2,3,45 Sec.-Treas. 35 Band l,2,3,45 Prom Committee 35 Glee Club 2,35 Mixed Chorus 4. ALFRED BUTTOLPI-I "Butch" A Northport lad with an honest air, willing to do and willing to share. Prom Committee 3. ROBERT BORCHARDT "Butcher" Why should the devil have all the good times? Pep Club 3,45 Football 2,35 Basketball 15 Baseball 1,3,45 Wrestling 45 Prom Committee 35 Transferred from Wayland Academy in 1956 as a Junior. CONNIE BRENNENSTUHL "Con" A giggle here, a giggle there, a giggle everywhere. Hall Monitor 35 Annual Staff 45 GAA 15 Prom Committee 35 Glee Club 15 Mixed Chorus 3 ,45 Study Hall Monitor 4. CATHERINE BRUSS "Cathy" Am I talking yet, or again? Class Secretary 3, Treasurer 45 FHA 1,2,3,4, Secretary 2,35 Forensics 1,2,3,45 GAA 1,2,3,45 Student Council 45 Mixed Chorus 2,3,4, Vice President 45 One Act Play 35 Glee Club 1, Homecoming Court 3. ANTHONY BUDWIT "Tony" He is musical and all the rest5 yes, such a guy is truly best. Tennis 2,3,45 Mixed Chorus 1,3,4. JUDITI-I BUTTOLPH "Judy" She takes life as it comes and enjoys it. GAA 1,25 Library Club l,2,3,45 Prom Committee 3. RICHARD CAMPBEIJ. "Buck" A wonderful guy, he'l1 gain many friends as years go by. One -Act Play 2,35 All-School Play 35 School Daze 45 Forensics 1,2,35 Pep Club 3,4, President 45 Football 1,2, 35 Track 1,45 "N" Club 2,3,45 Prom Committee Chair- man 35 Projector Club 1,2,3,4, President 3,45 Mixed Chorus 35 Basketball Manager 1,2,35 Baseball Manager 2,3. 12 DON CASEY "Casey" School is a great institution, you can bet. But I'm not ready for an institution yet. FFA 1,2,3,4. RUTH CHRISTIANSON A girl who always does her part and who excels in the work of art. School Daze Staff 45 Annual Staff 45 Hall Monitor 45 Transferred from Appleton in 1957 as a Senior. :fx ROBERT COONEY "Bob" Some think he's bashful, others know him. FFA Member 1,25 Track 25 Prom Committee 3. MERLYN CUMMINGS "Marv" I may do something sensational yet. Mixed Chorus l,2,4. GEORGIANN DANKE Ready, willing, and ---? FHA 1,25 GAA 15 Student Council 45 Library Club 2,3, 4, President 35 Prom Committee 35 Glee Club 15 Mixed Chorus 2,3,4. IIJOII LLOYD DANKE "Pete" Quiet and Shy, but Oh, My! FFA 1,2,3,45 Football 1,2,3,45 Baseball 25 Track 1,3,4. ,li-ii1'H!f A its JANE COLLIER "Janie" She struts her stuff before the band, and we all think she is pretty grand. One -Act Play 25 School Daze Staff 2,35 Annual Staff 45 Forensics 3,45 GAA 1,2,3,45 Cheerleader l,2,3,45 Prom Committee 35 Debate Squad l,2,3,45 Vice Pres. 35 Glee Club 2, DARLENE CONRADT Just a girl with pleasant ways, Just a friend through all our days. FHA Member 3,45 GAA 2,3,45 Transferred from Loyal High in 1955 as a Freshman. 'WSTZS-i.3fn-a MW 'Z' 5 ' . is ls, zrjiisi me -f f f ft' -, ii L: '55, 4. ,inf ,lg M, . ., 5 , ,. " .- JUDY CUPP Mighty sweet and truly wise5 the fun just twinkles in her eyes. FHA 3,45 Hall Monitor 45 Camera Club 15 GAA 2,35 Band 1,2,3,45 Prom Committee 35 FHA Reporter 4. ROBERT DAILEY "Bob" The one and only I-le-man, He must eat spinach by the can. All School Play 25 FFA 1,25 Football 1,2,3,45 Track 2,35 45 "N" Club 354, 14 3 i l 3 3 fs i . ,st ,.. 4 ,si 1 Q 13 RONAID DEGROFF "Winn" Someday in the future he'l1 fool us all by eating spinach and growing tall. Student Council 35 Basketball 152,35 Baseball 253,45 Band 152,354, Vice Pres. 45 Prom Committee 3. MAXINE DEIZER I never worry about the future, it comes soon enough. FHA 354. DAVID EDMINSTER "Dave" A careful student---not to over-do. One-Act Play 15 Camera Club 25 Biology Club 2535 Basketball 1,25 Track 152,35 "N" Club 45 Band 15253545 Prom Committee 3. GERALD EGGERT "Egg" l-le's the man with the hom. Annual Staff 3545 Basketball 1,2535 "N" Club 4, Treas - urer 45 Band 15253545 President 35 Prom Committee 35 Homecoming Court 45 Tennis 1,253,4. DELAINE DAWES No, you're not seeing double, there's two of us. GAA 1,25 Library Club 4, DELORES DAWES That's right, I'm the other half. Hall Monitor 3,45 GAA 1. GERALD EBERT "Ebe " In the moonlight there were three---he, the chevi5 and she. Vice Pres. 45 Study Hall Monitor 45 Annual Staff 45 Football Manager 3,45 Track 253,45 Cross Country Manager 45 "N" Club 3545 Prom Committee 35 Home- coming Court 45 Chief Observer of COC 3,45 Wrestling 4. RUTH ECKHART Let the world be as it may, I'l1 take it either way. Hall Monitor 45 School Daze 2,35 Prom Committee 35 Glee Club 1,25 Mixed Chorus 354. JAMES EHLKE "Jim" Don't try to estimate what's in a quiet person. FFA 1,25 Basketball 1,2535 Baseball 15253545 Cross Country 45 Prom Committee 3. ROBERT ELSHOLTZ "Bob" I would rather see a young man blush, than turn pale. Football 15253545 Basketball 152,3,45 Tennis 15253545 "N" Club 3545 Secretary 45 Prom Committee 35 Mixed Chorus 354, President 45 Homecoming Court 4. KAREN EVANS Hard work and friendliness can achieve much. FHA 2g Hall Monitor 3,43 School Daze Staff 43 Camera Club 2,33 GAA 1,23 Student Council 33 Prom Committee 3. RICHARD FERGE "Shorty" He's as slow as he is tall. Wrestling 3. ,. DAVID FERMANICH "Dave" I thought that school would never end, but finally it has and now, Amen. FFA 1,2,3,43 Track 23 Prom Committee 3. A KIRK FLETCHER "Fletch" The teachers think I am so sweet, they always give me a foremost seat. Class President 43 All-School Play 33 Pep Club 3,43 Football 2,43 Basketball 1,2,3,43 Track 2,3,43 "N" Club 3,43 Prom Committee 3. , 11 ROBERT FREIBURGER "Bob" I still say the Dodge is best. Annual Staff 43 Forensics 43 Basketball 13 Track 43 Prom Committee 33 Debate Squad 3,43 Projector Club 1,2. JUDITI-I GALLOW "Judy" Don't worry, it makes deep wrinkles. GAA 13 Prom Committee 3. MARGUERITE GESKE "Meg" She can always stir up a giggle. FHA 13 GAA 1,2,3,43 Prom Committee 3. ALICE GLOEDE Her future is being planned and naturally includes a man. Hall Monitor 43 Camera Club 1,23 Prom Committee 33 Glee Club 2. SHEILA GOLDEN "Shukie " Here she comesg there she goes. Forensic Play 1,2,33 All-School Play 13 Thespians l,2,3, 4, President 33 One -Act Play Director 3,43 Annual Staff 3,43 Forensics l,2,3,43 Student Council 2,33 Debate Squad 1,23 Homecoming Court 1. CAMERON GORGES "l-lermie " It isn't what you do, it's what you get away with. FFA 1,2,33 Football 43 Basketball 2,3,43 Baseball 2,3,43 "N" Club 4. W H S , x 3 3 , . I N xi, . ll. SALLY GUTOSKI "Sa1" If there is trouble she's been there, If there's a disturb- she's there. GAA 15 Debate Squad 35 G.O.C. 45 Annual Staff 4. RICHARD HAASE "Dick" I never let my schoolwork interfere with my education. One-Act Play 2,35 All School Play 1,25 Student Council 3,45 Pep Club 35 Basketball 15 Baseball 25 Prom Com- mittee 35 Projector Club l,2,3,45 Mixed Chorus 2,3,4. DENNIS HILKER "Denny" Never do today what you can put off till tomorrow. FFA 1,2,3,45 Prom Committee 3. BONNIE HINKENS "Benny" "Mischief and I are very good friends." FHA 15 GAA 1,2,35 Tumbling Team 3,45 Prom Com- mittee 35 Glee Club 1,2. D ONNA GORG ES I enjoy life. Glee Club 1. LELAND GORGES "Benny" A Country Gentleman, also A Ladies Home Companion. FREDERICK HEIMBRUCH Dare me and I will. FFA l,2,3,45 Football 2,35 Track 1,25 Prom Commit- tee 3. TERRY HERTER I have a voice, but why wear it out? RONALD HOAG "H0agey" "The Pilgrims sailed to Plymouth, I sail in one." Prom Committee 3. KDIN ETH HOFFMAN "Kenny" Rome wasn't built in a day, so why should I hurry. ' FFA 1. 16 YVONNE HOGAN Oh, who can tell what a quiet girl will do when no one is looking! Hall Monitor 25 School Daze Staff 4. BRENDA HOTCHKISS I like 'em good looking5 Mm.mm yeahg I like 'ern all! GAA 152,35 FHA 1,2,3,45 School Daze 3,45 Band l5 Prom Committee 35 Library Club 4. DELTON JEFFERS "Jeff" No one knows what he can do until he tries. Mixed Chorus 2,3,4. JERRY JONES "Jonesie" Love'em all, you might miss a good one. Class Secretary 35 Forensic Play 2,35 All School Play 1,25 Biology Club 3,45 Thespians 1,2,3,45 Basketball 15 "N" Club 3,45 Forensics 25 Debate 2,4. I. A is 5 i DENNIS KILLEN "D en" What is life without an argument? Class President 35 One-Act Play 45 All School Play 2,3,45 Biology Club 2,3,4, Vice-President 45 Thespia.n 45 Pep Club 1,2,3,4, Vice-President 45 Annual Staff 45 Camera Club 1,25 Prom Committee 3, Chairman 35 Mixed Chorus 3,45 Prom Court 3. AUDREY KNAPP In her quietness is knowledge, understanding and help- fulness. GAA 1,2,3,4, Secretary-Treasurer 45 FHA 15 Hall Moni- tor 45 Annual Staff 45 Prom Committee 3. WENDA HUEBNER "Lou" A nice person in every way. FHA 1,2,3,4, Vice President 3, President 45 Hall Moni- tor 45 Prom Committee 35 Glee Club l,2. GERALDINE HUETTL "Geri" A good girl, a good friend, a good worker to the end. Class Secretary 4, Treasurer 15 GAA 1,2,35 School Daze 3545 Annual Staff 45 Prom Committee 35 Homecoming Court 2. BONNIE JEAN KILIAN Great orators have lived before me, But they're nothing compared to me. One-Act Play 35 Forensic Play 35 Annual Staff 3,45 Forensics 1,2,3,45 Camera Club 35 Prom Committee 35 Debate 2,3 ,4, Secretary-Treasurer 35 Student Council 45 Glee Club 1. DUANE KLEMP A country gentleman with city ways. FFA 4. JEANNE KOPP A good mixture of sense and nonsense. GAA 1,2,3,4, Secretary-Treasurer 25 Pep Club 1,2,3,4, Secretary-Treasurer 35 Tumbling Team 1,2,3,4, Presi- dent 3,45 Band 1,25 Cheerleader 1,2,3,4, Captain 4. ROGER KRAUSE "Reg" Girls may come, and girls may go, But I go on forever- undisturbed. All School Play 45 FFA 1,2,3,4, President 45 Annual Staff 45 Prom Committee 35 Badger Boys State 3. RUTH LANGNER Happiness is like potato salad5 share it with others and you will always have a picnic. Hall Monitor 4. PATRICIA LAUX "Patty" Patty's a girl with pleasant ways, Bet she stays that way the rest of her days. Biology Club 45 Pep Club l,2,3,45 School Daze 45 Band 15 Prom Committee 3. THEODORE KNAPP "Nap" What is life without some foolishness? FFA 1,2,3,45 Basketball 2,35 Baseball 1,2,3 ,45 Projector Club 1,2,3,4, Vice-President 45 Student Council,4. SHARON KNAPSTEIN "Sheri" As quiet and refined as a queen should act, There isn't a thing that she could lack. Forensic Play 15 Student Council 45 School Daze 354, Editor 45 Annual Staff 45 Forensics 15 Band 1,2,3,45 Prom Committee 35 Homecoming Queen 4. RONALD KRUEGER "Ron" A girl walks by ----- Ron follows! Basketball 1. GERALD KUSSEROW "Jerry" All work and no fun is not the life for me. FFA 1,2,3,4, Vice-President 4. JURETTA LUND "Jeri" Here she comes, there she goes, Where she's headed no- body knows. FHA 15 Library Club 2,35 Camera Club 2,35 Prom Com- mittee 35 Debate 15 Glee Club 1,2,35 Mixed Chorus 4. DUANE MATZ Life is a pleasant institution, let's take it as it comes. FFA 1,2,3,4, Sentinel 4. 18 ALANNA Mc DERMOTT "Lana" Cheerfulness is a sunny ray of life. School Daze 1,2,3,4, Forensics 1,25 GAA 1,2,3, Hall Monitor 4, Band 1,2,3,4, Prom Committee 3. TERRY MCPEAK "Peaker" Terry is quite a ladies' man. Rolls his eyes as much as he can. Biology Club l,2,4g Football 1,2,4g Basketball 1,23 Base- ball 1,2,4. MARGERY MEATING "Margie" Margie's a band member, her horn sings a song. If you want a good friend, she'll do you no wrong. Class Secretary 1, One-Act Play 25 Hall Monitor 4 3 School Daze Staff 3,45 Annual Staff 3,45 GAA 25 Band 1,2,3,4, Prom Committee 3. RICHARD OERTEL "Chuck" There must be a lot of work in him, for none comes out. FFA 1,25 Football 1,23 Baseball 1,2. KAREN MYTTON "Mitt-ton" True to a "Red Head" nature, She says what she thinks, nothing less, nothing more. Hall Monitor 35 GAA 1,2,33 Biology Club 2,3,4g Prom Committee 3. JAMES O'BRlEN "Jim" A transfer from Manawa, Their loss, our gain. y Football 45 Tennis 4, Transferred from Manawa as a Senior. Red curly hair and sparkling eyes, one of the town's good looking guys. One Act Play l,2,3, All School Play 2, School Daze Staff 4, Biology Club 2,3,4, Student Council 45 Football l,2,3,4, Co-Captain 4, Basketball l,2,3,4, Baseball 2, Track 1,3,4, N Club 3,45 Band 1,2,3g Prom Committee Chairman 3, Mixed Chorus 3,45 Pep Club 3,45 Home- coming Court 4. A "demon" in his "wittle" car. All School Play 25 Mixed Choms 2,3,4. VERNON OTTO I don't care who wins, just as long as it's the Cubs. Class Vice-President 2,35 All School Play 44 Annual Staff 45 Camera Club 3,45 Basketball 1, Baseball 2,3,4, Prom Committee 3, Prom King 3, Badger Boys State 3, Football Manager 3. KARHNI PLAMER "K,P," Like the sun, she is always beaming. Hall Monitor 33 GAA 1,2,3, Biology Club 2,3 ,4g Band 1,29 Prom Committee 3. 19 DALE MONSOUR "Molly" RUSSELL OTTO "RUSS" WAYNE POPPY An athlete that scores in more ways thanone. Football l,2,3,4, Co-Captain 45 Track 1,2,3,45 N Club 5:11345 Homecoming Court 45 All Conference Defensive 4. KERRAN PRAHL "Kerry" This guy is fast, his driving that is. Baseball l,2,3,45 Band l,2,3,45 Prom Committee 35 Mixed Chorus 4. DOROTHY QUAINTANCE "Dot" Quitely and calmly she comes and goes. Glee Club l,4. BETTY RETZLOF F Sober, but not serious5 quiet, but not idle. Transferred from Hortonville in 1957 as a Senior. VIPOP Eye!! llBetll MARY PAULSON "Lou" A light heart, lives long. Hall Monitor 45 GAA 25 Prom Committee 35 Mixed Chorus 45 Glee Club 3. DARLA PLUNIB Music drives one s woes away. Hall Monitor 45 Camera Club 1,25 Band 1,2,3,45 Glee Club 1,25 Mixed Chorus 354. 3 . 5, , LESLIE PROCHNOW All great men are dead, and I don't feel well. Class President 25 All School Play 15 FFA 1,2,3,45 Football 2,3,45 Basketball 1,25 Baseball 2,45 Track 35 Prom Committee 3. III-des!! RICHARD PROCTOR "Dick" I'm not sleeping, I'm just resting my eyes. Baseball 35 Prom Committee 35 Transferred from Wausau as a Junior. ff: , , 3 DON REX Everyone's friend, no one's enemy. Class Vice-President 15 One-Act Play 15 All School Play 25 Annual Staff 3,4, Co-Editor 45 Forensics l,2,3,45 Student Council 45 Football 1,2,35 Basketball 1,2,35 Track l,2,3,45 N Club 2,3,4, President 45 Prom Com- mittee 35 Debate Squad 1,2,3,4, Vice-President 45 Football Manager 45 Study Hall Monitor 3 5 Cross Country Manager 45 GOC 45 Homecoming Court 4. JEROME RHODEN "Jerry" Of all the things I like best, I much prefer to sit and rest. GOC 4. KAREN RICE Don't bother me3 I'm thinking. School Daze 3,43 Annual Staff 43 GAA 2,33 Prom Com- mittee 3. MARGARET RITCHIE "Marg" A cheerleader well known by all, Her laughter rings throughout the hall. Class Secretary 2g Dramatics 1,23 Hall Monitor 43 An- nual Staff 43 GAA l,2,3,4, President 3g Biology Club 1,2,3, Secretary 33 Student Council 4, Secretary- Treasurer 43 Pep Club 1,2,3j Tumbling Team 1,23 Cheerleader 1,2,3,43 Prom Committee 33 Homecoming Court 13 Glee Club 1,25 Mixed Chorus 3,43 Prom Queen 3. IVER RUDIE Had he been twins, one would have died laughing at the other. One-Act Play 13 Forensic Play 2,33 All School Play 1,2j Thespian 1,2,3, Vice President 2,33 Freshman One-Act Play Director 33 Annual Staff 3,4, Co-Editor 43 Forensics 1,2,3,4j Student Council 2, State Delegate 23 Track Manager 13 Debate 1,2,3,4, President 3,43 Projector Club 1,2,3,4, Vice President 33 Mixed Chorus 23 Tennis 2,33 Badger Boy State 33 Football Mgr. 2,3. BARBARA ROMBERG "Barb" Quiet and serene, and takes things as they appear. FHA 13 GAA 2,3j Prom Committee 3. SHIRLEY SCHREIBER "Peppie" What will I tell my grandchildren if I spend all my time on study? One-Act Play 33 FHA 2,33 School Daze 2,35 GAA 2,3,4. GERALD SCI-IROEDER "Schmid" Who is that boy so very tall? It's Gerry strolling down the hall. Annual Staff 43 Camera Club 1,2,33 Basketball 1,2,3,45 Baseball 2,3,4S Cross Country 43 Band 13 Prom Commit- tee 3. 21 FAY RITCHIE Her eyes always sparkle with fun, But she never plays, 'til her work is done. Dramatics 13 School Daze 1,2,3,43 Annual Staff 43 Forensics 33 Prom Committee 33 Debate Squad 33 Glee Club 1,2. DENNIS ROFF "Denny" Love is the wheel, I've found, that makes the world go round and round. Football 1,2,3,4, Basketball 1,2,3,4j, Baseball 1,2,3,43 N Club 3,43 Prom Committee 3. ll MARLHXIE ROHLOFF "Rolly She entered to learn, she'll go forth to serve. One-Act Play li Forensic Play 23 All School Play 1,43 Thespians 1 ,2,3,4, Secretary-Treasurer 43 Freshman One-Act Play Director 3, Sophomore 43 School Daze 2,3,43 Annual Staff 43 Forensics 3,43 GAA 1,23 Debate 1 Glee Club 1,23 Mixed Chorus 3. 3 FAYE SAWALL Her motto--Friendliness. School Daze 1,2,3,43 Annual Staff 3,43 Forensics 2,33 GAA 2,3,43 Biology Club 4g Band l,2,3,43 Prom Com- mittee 3. JIM SMILEY "Smiley" When there's nothing else to do3 go to school, it's good for you. All School Play 43 Football 1,2,3,43 Baseball 1,23 Track 3. CAROLE STECKLING If music were the soul of life, she would play on for- ever. Forensic Play 33 FHA 13 GAA 13 Band l,2,3,4, Secretary- Treasurer 33 Prom Committee 33 Glee Club 13 Mixed Chorus 3. GLEN TEWS "Sambo" He has a smile for all in sightg Personality--quite right. FFA 1,2,3,4, Treasurer 43 Football 13 Mixed Chorus 33 Prom Committee 3. MARIE THIEME "Shorty" Small, but so is a stick of dynamite. All School Play 23 Prom Committee 3. LEROY SCHROEDER I live with the time. FFA 4. "Boot" augh3 You saw a bright smile3 She MARILYN SCHUH You heard someone 1 here. All School Play 33 'I'h Club 1. 's espian 43 Prom Committee 33 Glee GARY STERN "Sternie" He knows football isn't the only place a good line is needed. FFA'23 Football 2,3,43 Basketball 1,2,3,43 Track l,2,3,43 N Club 3,43 Band 13 Projector Club l,2. KATHLEI-N STERN "Kathy" Hard work and friendliness can achieve much. All School Play 23 Thespian 2,3, Secretary-Treasurer 33 Student Council 43 One-Act Play Director 3,43 School Daze Staff 2,3,4, Editor 3,43 Annual Staff 43 Band 1,2,3,43 Prom Committee Chairman 3. CHARLOTTE THIEME Not a sinner, Not too tame, She's a friend you'll like to claim. Prom Committee 3. NEIL THOMAS His first love--the G.O.C. Class treasurer 33 Basketball 1,2333 Baseball 3,43 Prom Committee 33 Chief Observer of COC 3,4. 22 PATTI THOMAS W'here's my chewing gum? One-Act Play 29 Hall Monitor 39 School Daze Staff 1,23 GAA 1,23 Biology Club 2,3,4, Prom Committee 3. GLEN THORPE First comes athletics, then my school work--if I have time. Football 1,2,3,4Q Basketball'1,29 Track 1,2,3j N Club 3,4, Prom Committee 3. , V! fs 3 . BECKY WAIMER "Beck" When she is convinced against her will, she is of the same opinion still. One-Act Play 39 GAA p,29 Biology Club 2,39 Pep Club 1 1,2,39 Cheerleader 1,23 Prom Committee 39 Glee Club 1,23 Mixed Chorus 4. SANDRA WEBER "Sandy" A quiet, dependable girl is she, a better friend there could never be. School Daze Staff 49 Biology Club 49 Prom Committee 3. Transferred form Manawa High in 1954 as a Freshman. I PATRICIA WEGE "Pat" Full of fun and fancy free , happy in life she'll always be. Hall Monitor 49 GAA 1,23 Prom Committee 39 Glee Club 19 Mixed Chorus 3,4. WILLIAM WORM "Bill" I may do something sensational yet. GOC 3,49 Prom Committee 3. MARTIN YOUNG "Marty" lf I have nothing else to do to- night, I might study. FFA 1,2,3,49 Baseball 4. DALE TIMM The Midnight oil I burn is Phillips 66. JOHN TRAMBAUER "Hot-Rod" I share my office with Mr. Christ. FFA 1,2,3,4i Band 19 Prom Committee 3. GAI1. WING "Wing" With mischief as my middle name, I'll meet you in the hall of fame. Forensic Play 39 All School Play 2,35 Thespian 49 School Daze 2,3,4, Annual Staff 49 GAA 1,2,3,49 Band l,2,3,49 Prom Comimttee 39 Homecoming Court 29 Prom Court 1,2. KAREN WINCKLER "Win-ki?" Her eyes are the eyes of an angel, But you can't tell what an angel will do. Class Treasurer 29 School Daze 2,3,49 Annual Staff 49 GAA 1,2,39 Student Council 3,4, Vice-President 49 Band 1,2,3,4, President 49 Prom Committee 39 Glee Club 1,35 Mixed Chorus 49 Forensic Play 3. X N x Rx ff f Q X vf EW 35? W Y Eg? , f W JW f H6 M if A. Pribbemow, Treas.5 P. Sweedy, PreS.g T. Miller, Vice Pres.g J. Marks, Sec. .ba f I ff , ai? ,. T. Ebert, Pres.g M. Laux, Student Council Rep.g R. Lagner, Vice Pres.g L. Volz, Treas.g M. Stem, Sec. If 0 , ll D. Stem, Treas.g K. Procl-cnow, Sec.g K. Loughrin, Vice Pres. 5 G. I-Ierres, Pres. ,, 457. in ROW 4: W. Danke, A. Eiden, I. Cummings, L. Burzynski, W. Drews, T. Bergman, T. Ebert, P. Fischer. ROW 3: H. Fielding, J. Breitung, J. Eake, J. Collier, A. Burton, P. Dembach, D. Clark, D. Collins. ROW 2: C. Fer- manich, B. Brush, S. Arndt, L. Bessette, D. Besaw, M. Egan, K. Algiers, J. Daniel. ROW 1: S. Cooney, A. Coyle, K. Felsner, G. Baxter, J. Barrington, J. Daberko, C. Dunlavy, P. Bums. ROW 4: S. Johnson, D. Huntley, D. Huettner, J. Heuer, W. Heineman, D. Hilker, K. Jaeger, J. Hurnblet. ROW 3: A. Hill, W. Hoffman,-D. Gruetzmacher, L. Huebner, G. Hockers, J. Genke, R. Fritz, S. Feurig. ROW 2: D. Gruetzmacher, D. Finger, J. Herber, R. Helgeson, J. Johnson, S. Hutchison, S. Freiburger, N. Hutchison. ROW 1: D. Hoffman, D. Foley, N. Fields, H. Gruetzmacher, J. Handschke, M. Henschel, B. Homes, P. Hoag. if , If The beginning of our Junior year will be remembered for a bake sale, a candy sale, the junior dance and a car washing service. These were all part of the effort to make money for our prom. We were upper classmen now and we participated in all the schools teams and clubs. We were well represented in sports with many boys making the varsity in each sport. After the bad news of exams we got some good news as our class rings finally arrived. We may have been a bit prejudiced, but we thought they were the best ever. One warm spring evening we put on our best and went to the prom that we had been working so hard to make a success. When we awoke late the next day we were able to look back on a wonderful evening. The-prom was all we had hoped it to be and more. With the coming of awards day we were able to look towards the goal we had set out to attain three short years ago. It was hard to believe, but next year we would have the coveted title of Seniors. ROW 4: G. Sampson, R. Langner, R. Sasman, I. Kloehn, G. Marcks, J. Kuppemuss, J. Moeller, J. McClone, W. Maggie. ROW 3: M. Laux, J. Roberts, R. Leslie, G. Poole, G. Meating, K. Prahl, V. Knapp, G. Paalman. ROW 2: J. Ruckdashel, N. Lloyd, M. Morack, J. Kalbus, K. Kempf, N. Lloyd, P. O'Neil, M. Procknow. ROW 1: K. Young, B. Peiper, L. Polzin, N. Lettman, I. Kamps, V. Kester, K. Penning, N. Ledvina. ROW 4: M. Wilson, D. Vanderl-Ieyden, S. Sawall, T. Wilson, D. Waushesock, N. Steinberg, F. Warm brurm, R. Seehawer, L. Volz. ROW 3: G. Waterstraudt, H. Romberg, M. Wangeline, M. Stem, S. Schmallenberg, J. Walwrath, S. Sternberg, K. Schuh, K. Thoma. ROW 2: M. Thern, P. Werner, J. Schimke, C. Steingraber, R. Retzlaff, H. Sommer, N. Spencer, R. Thom, R. Young. ROW 1: B. Wright, W. Schoenrock, J. Shaw, J. Truesdale, B. Tessen, S. Vohs, S.Wa.rmbrunn. ,. 4600 ROW 4: Y. Beyer, K. Dey, C. Clary, D. Balthazore, G. Earll, R. Dailey, G. Dexter, D. Eckhart, E. Clegg. ROW 3: A, Bellile, C. Capener, E. Degal, L. Bartel, J. Dietzen, R. Doughty, R. Bult, J. Bast. ROW 2: S. Bauer, J. Ebert, J. Danke, R. Bauer, D. Daniel, D. Buelow, J. Danke, E. Angell, L. Cottrill. ROW 1: R. Davis, J. Breaker, J. Allen, D. Buckarma, P. Draheim, K. Bellile, D. Abel, T. Campbell. ROW 4: J. Glock, G. Kluge, R. Freeman, J. Kitowski, J. Besaw, T. Fletcher, G. Bonnell, R. Knapp, G. Fielding, J. Ferge. ROW 3: D. Knapp, W. Kalbus, A. Gorges, K. Klein, C. Fredericksen, T. Elsner, R. Helms, J. Kuehl, D. Klatt, R. Hawk. ROW 2: Y. Kratzke, K. Ledvina, B. Krueger, K. Huebner, R. Han- sen, M. Kloehn, S. Fischer, G. Finger, M. Konrad, D. Kopitzke, ROW 1: J. Hinzke, G. Fielding, B. Laux, J. Immel, J. Ehlke, R.Gilbertson, S. Gorges, N. Gloede, R. Hohman. ff fl As our sophomore year comes to an end, we look back on the many happy times we had in school and out of school. It was quite different from our freshman year, because we were more bold, and unafraid to speak up and express our opinions. Taking part in plays, sports, and other activities became more of a challenge to us, because there was more competition. We weren't just competing with members of our own class. We did have one big victory, winning first place in the homecoming parade. We went out and made new friends and became even more familiar with our school. We explored different subjects and tried to make up our mind what courses we should take to prepare us for the future werwere planning for our- selves. Next year we can look forward to being "upper classmen." With this objective in mind, we will be looking for more active participation in all activities. ROW 4: I. Prahl, E. Lehman, J. Magalska, C. McFaul, W. Noack, T. Miller, C. Stem, K. Olesen, R. Ras- mussen, E. Moeller. ROW 3: L. Reed, R. McKeithen, G. Popke, E. Peterson, R. Rhoden, D. Thiel, C. Poehlman, L. Luedtke, P. Murphy, D. Pichelmeyer. ROW 2: T, McDermott, J. McClone, E. Recker, C. Ruckdashel, S. Rickaby, P. Restle, L. Meating, C. Newland, R. Lund, J. Millard. ROW 1: J. Quantance , D. Konrad, J. Romberg, J. Romberg, N. Paul, R. Ruckdashel, J. Marks, A. Pribbernow, C. Luedke. ROW 4: L. Spencer, G. Young, R. Young, L. Stern, T. Tews, T. Spice, C. Schmallenberg, W. Sennet, D. Schuman, R. Saylor. ROW 3: O. Bartman, L. Snyder, S. Shaw, R. Segar, P. Smith, T. Vincent, M. McPeak, J. Winkenwerder, D. Seefeldt. ROW 2: B. Schimke, Z. Young, D. TeVrucht, R. Young, W. Weiland, P. Sweedy, B. Wetmore, D. Wege, S. Tate, M. Wilson. ROW 1: P. Sullivan, C. White, J. White, J. Trax-nbauer, D. Sawall, J. Schulz, G. Westphal, D. Strand, S. Sanders. N of 67" ROW 4: B. Beckman, M. Bursynski, K. Daniel, T. Bleek, E. Bruns, T. Dorsey, D. Buelow, M. Dorschner, T. Brush. ROW 3: J. Besaw, D. Bovee, D. Brennenstuhl, J. Dietzen, C. Eiden, W. Cartwright, L. Adams, C. Danke, R. Bergman. ROW 2: J. Dernbach, M. Charlesworth, P. Clegg, J. Douglas, E. Bellile, J. Clark, P. Dunlavy, J. Bauer, J. Brown. ROW 1: S. Cooney, S. Buttolph, K. Budwit, D. Dahms, R. Bartel, R. Besaw, D. Bellile, L. Davis, S. Dorschner. ROW 4: J. Ferge, R. Ferge, D. Gutoski, G. Hilker, D. Ingersoll, B. Hammerberg, F. Hunrath, W. Herber, F. Fauble, D. Grunwald, ROW 3: D. Hutchison, M. Hooker, R. Gorges, B. Elsner, W. Howeisch, H. Hotch- kiss, G. Herres, C. Hansen, J. Feurig, T. Fuerst. ROW 2, L. Gruner, K. Hutchison, P. Fields, D. Jaeger, S. Humblet, A. Huebner, R.Gruentze1, K. Hanson, M. I-Iam. ROW 1: A. Fuhrmann, C. Genke, D. Fielding, E. Heineman, P. Heinbruch, R. Fietzer, M. Freiberger, J. Haas, D. Hintz. 'fails V As we entered school on the first day, we were astonished by the vastness of the building. We thought we'd never find our way to our classes and sometimes did get mixed up. We were in such a rush to get to our next class before the bell rang that it seemed people and things just got in our way. As time passed, we accustomed ourselves to the way of the school. We soon got in the groove, began to join activities, and enjoy our school year. We were real excited to think that we could take part in all the activities connected with school, especially the Homecoming and Prom. Although our Homecoming float didn't win first place this year, there is always next. Our football team won their first three games and did well all yearg of this we are very proud. We are also proud of the fact that we are the largest class ever to enter Washington High. ROW 4: K. Moriarity,M. Millard, D. Rex, S. Reetz, D. Morack, A. Plowman, M. Mullarkey, M. Morack, K. Perkins, P. Nysse. ROW 3: G. Popke, C. Mitchell, C. Rhoden, D. Parfitt, K. Popke, D. Retzloff, P. Mul- haney, J. Rickbeii, J. Polzin. ROW 2: R. Roepke, J. Reinhardt, J. Millard, D. Price, R. Quaintance, E. Porath, L. Ritchie, D. Polley, Y. Ritchie. ROW 1: H. Meyers, W. Poole, K. Otto, K. Procknow, C. Prock now, F. Roland, S. Otto, D. Pieper, B. Romberg. ROW 4: B. Johnson, K. Klingert, D. K1oehan,T. Marks, C. Luddtke, T. Koval, C. Krohn, C. Magalski, K. McDaniel. ROW 3: B. Mellberg, D. Kloehn, A. Kilian, S. Mentzel, L. Laux, K. Loughrin, D. Koch, G. Laib ROW 2: B. Kester, R. Luedtke, J. Leppla, L. Krueger, G. Luedtke, J. Meshnick G. Lehman, J. Knispel, J. Maninzik. ROW 1: M. Lider,L. Luedtke, D. Kent, K. Jossie, D. Longrie, D. Lipke, K. Krause, K. Killen. , ,, oJ67,. ROW 4: D. Stem, L. Schimke, T. Stern, L. Schiesser, W. Spoehx, D. Soenksen, R. Rousseau, J. Winckler. ROW 3: T. Truesdale, A. Volz, S. Whitman, A. Wege, C. Webb, D. Sawall, S. Wege, W. Vincent, K. Say lor. ROW 2: S. Stem, S. Tate, M. Wright, J. Schneider, B. Volz, L. Zuege, G. Smith. ROW 1: M. Van Omum, P. Schlise, J. Selle, S. Wege, V. Sasse, A. Zaug, D. Suprise, B. Sommers. If , M . I ... 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Pi' 'i ., , , 1 X '. gf II ' fm? WW ' ,k . A , wx: wit! ?' 1 ggi- , 5 wa x - f ffl' 'Xfgggm 7 5, 0-Qi? X 5 'Q' - v M- W . I . mf 1f ,5, x 5593: X ff 'f'i-mb T ,ar "' wr X A 3 H? , , 4 33 DAireegggg 1 ,j31g3pkgu m Seg.fTreas.A,'Kae Felsxie-rg Student Council, Pres , Karen Wincklker- Vice Pres Ronnie ' N, f ,V ROW DavidEdnrinster,WGerry,Eggert,lRonrIie DeGroffgKerrbn Prahlf ROW Sf A 1 ' ,Mggge:yLMeating, Brenda1Bernegger ,- Karen Wincklerl, Dar1aAP1umbW. ROW 2: Faye . 3 Sawalli, Judy Cupp, June Blondeyf-Lana. McDermott,'Mr.- Bleickx ROW 1: Carole I 1 . ' i , L Steckling ,Sharon Knapstein, Jane- Collier, Kathleen Stern, Cai1Wing.- ' O "JO"OAT TEN'r1oN"O I O O Mgjorette K yn 1,.,b.1-mmwg, .- rl, 2-,Sm - . , W, ,Q :Wfvfm ..,. W -,ww . W, , , ,I ..11- J QQ , Un, LL,. ,, f W,.. .,,. . ,Ig lf? W -weesfsrzgyf-. - I 1 ,U Q X YI: Tl. ?'fZ:5:5S:z'2?!'5-Y, ' . Q5-vi! 1 1 " Jamal Staff Co-Editors ..... ................. . ..................... I ver Rudie and Don Rex Business Manager .........................,.,.................... Roger Krause Senior Captions . . . Jerry Ebert, Margaret Ritchie, Bob Freiburger, Patty Laux, Bonnie Jean Kilian, Gail Wing. Writers . . . Marlene Rohloff, Gerry Eggert, Sheila Golden, Gerry Schroeder, Sharon Knapstein. Typists . . . Geri I-Iuettl, Faye Sawall, Connie Brennenstuhl, Fay Ritchie, Audrey Knapp, Karen Rice, Margery Meating, Sally Gutoski. Art Staff . . . Sandra Weber, Dennis Killen, Karen Winckler, Kathleen Stern, Ruth Christianson. Photographers ........................................... Dave Rex, James Collier Layout . . . Jane Collier, Brenda Bernegger, Tom Beckman, Vemon Otto. Juniors . . . Marla Henschel, Ted Ebert, Carol Dunlavy, Mary Stern, Sandra Schmallenberg, Joann Da- berko, Sandra Feurig, Sue Freiburger, James Truesdale, Kathleen Algiers, Nola Lloyd, Janet Kalbus. Advisor ......................,................ . ........... Robert Di ekroeg er 195 K , K x.-! W .. Don Rex, Co-Editor "The '58' Classmate staff" Iver Rudie, Co-Editor 5145! Co-Editors . .................................... Kathleen Stern and Joyce Handschke News Department . . . Editor, Marla Henschelg Reporters, Margie Meating, Sharon Cooney, Karen Rice, Patti Restle, Pain Smith. Feature Department . . . Editor, Lana McDermott, Reporters, Marlene Thern, Nola Lloyd, Kaylene Thoma, Lorna Cottrill. Social Department . . . Editor, Barbara Borchardt, Reporters, Sandy Feurig, Patty Laux, Nancy Hutchi- son3iBarbara Pieper, Connie Newland, Peggy Draheim, Nancy Ledvina, Barbara Schimke, Sharon Ric aby. Sports Department . . . Editor, Dick Campbell, Reporter, Leon Burzynski. Senior Department . . . Co-Editor, Sharon Knapstein and Karen Winckler, Reporter, Brenda Bernegger. Art Department . . . Editor, Ruth Christiansen, Workers, Carol Capener, Janice Herber, Judy Heinske, Patsy Burton, Sandy Weber, Sandy Schmallenberg. Stencils . . . Gail Wing, Geri Huettl, Faye Ritchie, Yvonne Hogan, Margie Meating, Lana McDermott, Karen Evans. Dummy . . . Janet Kalbus, Kathy Algiers, Russella Thorn, Wanda Schoenrock. Assembly . . . Shirley Amdt, Mary Lou Stern, Sandy Warmbrunn, Betsy Clegg, Kay Penning, Carol Fer- manich, Diana Konrad, Ruth Rhoden, Susan Recker, Anita Pribbernow. K. Evans, G. Huettl, L. McDermott. 39 K. Stern, R. Dietrich, J. Handschke. mme ' WW , Czftdflq 6045 Offcbew One of the few organizations of NLHS which operates daily is the Library Club. Taking care of the many books and magazines in our adequate library is a task which requires a great deal of effort on the part of the members, and their advisor, Miss Edkins. At their regular meetings some skill concerning library work is studied for the benefit of the members. Early in the new year the organization sponsored a "Class Dance" to raise funds for projects. All in all, you can see this organization functioning by going into our library at any time. OFFICERS: Pres., Carol Dunlavyg Vice Pres., Sandy Warmbrunng Student Council, Georgiann Dankeg Sec.-Treas., 40 Patsy Sullivan. 046014 ROW 4: D. Killen, B. Saylor, D. Campbell, T. Ebert, T. Miller, T. Tews, D.Monsour,B. Borchardt, P. Dernbach, D. Seefeldt. ROW 3: J. Feurig, N. OFFICERS' Hutchison, P. O'Nei1, S. Sternberg, S. Rickaby, S. Feurig, C. Steingraber, preside tn . D. Killen, Vice- K. Thoma. ROW 2: D. Hutchison, B. Schimke, C. Capener, B. Brush, C. N. L10 Z, C. Steingraber, Sec . Ruckdashel, J. Schimke, N. Lloyd. ROW 1: R. Marsh, A. Coyle, J. Presjdel' , Treasurer, D. Campggu Dembach, P. Laux, K. Ledvina, s. Brush, N. Ledvim, E. Judd. nf- ff If 055. 0 A :mi 1.. W, xqm vb WDM , ,muse Cult ROW 4: J. Kuppernuss, B. Drews, T. Wilson, T. Spice, G. Stern, D. Waushe- sock, C. Gorges, B. Noack, R. Dailey. ROW 3: W. Poppy, J. Glock, J. Ebert, D. Edminister, T. Beckman, B. Elsholtz, D. Roff. ROW 2: H. Field- O ing, G. Tews, J. Smiley, T. Ebert, D. Campbell, T. Bergman, D. Monsour, PriggER5, Left: T. Wilson Vice D. Rex. ROW 1: G. Charlesworth, K. Fletcher, P. Werner, R. Bult. Elsholfntg G. Eggert, Treas ., B z e . 'f , C., D. Rex, President. 41 7, 71. rf. The Future Homemakers of America began its 1957-58 activities 5 with an initiation party for new members. Members helped raise money by selling Christmas cards, having candy sales at school, maintaining a concession booth at football games, and sponsoring an all school dance. As the Christmas season came, the FHA made decorations for the X A U09 teacher's rooms and had their Christmas party with the FFA. f 4 A --, A demonstration contest was held in the spring with two delegates A P- I' is being chosen to attend the district contest. A X The main event of the 1957-58 year was the annual Parent- ' Qs! 5 1 J , ii-. .,,,,,,,,a f? i21?i . X ' Haiti Daughter Banquet in the spring. To gain a large understanding of FHA, delegates attended a Leadership Training Rally in the fall and state convention at Green Lake during the summer. Under the direction of Mrs. Suomi, the chapter's activities were carried out by the members and the following officers: President, Wenda Huebner, Vice President, Joann Daberko, Secretary, Helen Gruetzmacher, Treasurer, Rusella Thorn, Historian, Lorna Cottrill, Reporter, Judy Cupp. ROW 4: C. Newland, P. Restle, D. Parfitt, M. Delzer, K. McDaniel, S. Sawall, C. Bruss, D. Conradt, M. Morack, P. Nysse, J. Millard. ROW 3: S. Westphall, J. Cupp, K. Huebner, K. Algiers, M. Roepke, L. Cott- rill, V. Kester, R. Thorn, H. Gruetzrnacher, J. Daberko. ROW 2: B. Kester, G. Smith, J. Schultz, M. Wright, M. Freiburger, C. Dunlavy, A. Pribbernow, K. Jossie. ROW 1: Advisor, Mrs. Suomi, M. Lider, C. Procknow, W. Huebner, R. Hohman, F. Roland, S. Cooney. WY. .S ' 'G STANDING: J. Daberko, vice . 1 retary, J. Cupp, Reporter. SEATED R. Thorn, Treasurer, W. Huebner, vu- President, L. Cottrill, Historian. IP NEW ti' 7' 14 A 0 . +0 W7 Q? 4 S ' 1' E 5 President, H. Gruetzmacher, Sec- ? " M J X51 xo? D 'WX 1 1 ,4' ,. , ,,., N, 7,754.0 ' Donald Hohman, Vice President, Jerry Kusserowg Treasurer, Glenn Tews, Secre- tary, Lloyd Danke, President, Roger Krause, Sentinel, Duane Matz, Reporter, Dave Fermanich. OFFICERS, LEFT to RIGHT: Advisor, Mr. Q. ff. 14. ROW 4: A. Knapp, D. Conradt, M. Laux, B. Clegg, D. Knapp, C. Bruss, K. Mytton, D. Sawall, M. Kloehn, K. Moriarity. ROW 3: Y. Ritchie, D. Sawall, K. Freiburger, P. Clegg, A. Wege, S. Feurig, P. Malhaney, K. Hanson, C. Mitchell. ROW 2: B. Borchardt, M. Ritchie, J. Collier, K. Bauernfeind, R. Young, J. Handschke, K. Algiers, R. Roepke, J. Millard. ROW 1: A. Fuhrmann, A. Pribbernow, D. Buckarma, K. Otto, C. Dunlavy, N. Ledvina, A. Coyle, S. Sanders, D. Konrad. ROW 4: S. Mentzel, K. Thoma, S. Hutchison, J. Kalbus, J. Winkenwerder, R. Leslie, S. Schmallenberg, J. Eake, M. Mullarkey, B. Wetmore. ROW 3: S. Fischer, K. Ledvina, S. Rickaby, S. Hutchison, N. Lloyd, J. Johnston, R. Hauk, N. Hutchison, A. Krueger. ROW 2: J. Knispel, F. Sawall, M. Konrad, G. Finger, M. Charlesworth, S. Whitman, Z. Young, J. Ehlke, B. Krueger. ROW 1: S. Buttolph, M. Geske, K. Jossie, S. Stern, J. White, K. Procknow, B. Kester, N. Gloede, C. Procknow. 4, ,4. ,4, aww.. OFFICERS: STANDING: A. Knapp, Treas urerg C. Bruss, Student Council, N. Lloyd, Secretary, K. Thoma, Vice President, S. Freiburger, President. STANDING, Left: J. comer, J. Kopp, M. Laux, S. Freiburger. KNEELINGI M. Ritchie, B. Borchardt. 25 STANDING: N. Ritchie, P. Mulhaney, B. Clegg KNEELING: P. Clegg, K. Killen, C. Hanson. T B STANDING, Left: B. Hinkens, I.. Spencer, J. Kopp, B. Clegg, S. Sternberg, K. Bauernfeind, C. Hanson. KNEELING: P. Draheim, B. Borchardt, B. Brush, J. Collier, S. Brush, K. Killen. ROW 4: F. Hunrath, I. Rudie, T. Tews, D. Vanderl-leyden. ROW 3: D. Rex, M. Henschel, S. Schmallenberg, Assistant Coach, W. Brink. ROW 2: C. Fredericksen, M. Mullarkey, D. Pichelmeyer, B. Kilian. ROW 1: Coach, J. Madison, L. Snyder, P. Sweedy, J. Collier. ll, W A IQIHAMIK r Wi .5 ff h ' uvligiai Q-.az il.. "f The Bulldog varsity debate team has done a great deal to bring victory and prestige to New London. Last year, under the guidance of Robert Waller, four juniors won district and sectional honors with a 4-2 record, and clirnaxed the season with a 3rd place in the State Tour- nament at Madison, the first NL representation there in years. These same four, Iver Rudie and Bonnie Jean Kilian on the affirmative, and Jane Collier and Don Rex on the negative, coped the conference trophy this year with a 5-1 record under coach Jerry Madison. Never letting down, they took an undisputed first place at the district with a 6-0 finish. The Bulldog debaters then went on to the sectional tournament at Stevens Point and emerged sectional champions with a perfect 6-0 record, qualifying them for the State Finals at Madison. Iver and Bonnie at this point, held a 13-8 record while Jane and Don had a 20-1. The B and C squad, although not quite as impressive record, gained much experience and are prepared to take over in the ensuing years. LEFT: R. Rex, Vice President, S. Sehmallenberg, Secretary- Treasurer, I. Rudie, President. STANDING: D. Rex, I. Rudie. SEATED: B. Kilian, J. Collier. The purpose of this organization is to create an interest in science, patricularly the biological field. Mr. Kluever is the advisor of this club of about 45 members. Officers for the year were chosen as follows: President, Tom Beckmann, Vice President, Dennis Killeng Secretary-Treasurer, Barbara Pieperg and Student Council Repre sentative, Anna Marie Coyle. This year members are working as partners or in groups on various projects. These include caring of the aquarium, experimenting with plant life, woodland plants, and desert terrarium. Nutritional breeding experiments with animals such as little white mice, rats, hamsters, etc. are practiced. Some of the members also do dis secting of animals. A favorite among all is skeletal work with the human skeleton or with skeletons of animal form . ROW 5: B. Saylor, D. Killen, T. Miller, T. McPeak, T. Beckman, D. Monsour, B. Borchardt. ROW 4: B. Schimke, S. Rickaby, J. Johnson, R. Rhoden, S. Schmallenberg, B. McKeithen, P. Smith, K. Winckler, J. Kalbus, K. Mytten, P. Thomas, S. Sternberg, S. Feurig. ROW 3: P. O'Neil, N. Hutchi son, J. Ruckdashel, K. Ledvina, N. Spencer, K. Fletcher, R. I-Iauk, M. Stem, S. Freiburger, J. Schimke, K. Bauernfeind, J. Danials. ROW 2: C. Kluever, B. Peiper, F. Sawall, S. Knapstein, P. . ' - . dt Laux, K Palmer, J. Handschke, K. Felsner, N. Ledvma. ROW 1. D. Konrad, A Coyle, B. Borchar S. Bnish, B. Laux, P. Draheim, G. Wing. ffdcm Da aa ee'7df7 LEFT: Vice President, Dennis Killeng LEFT: P. Dernbach, K. Ledvina, Mr. Secretary-Treasurer, Barbara Pieperg Kluever, P. Smith, B. McKeithen. President, Tom Beckman, Student Coun- 47 cil Representative, Anna Marie Coyle. 6015 ROW 4: M. Collier, V. Otto, R. Bult, D. Rex. ROW 3: S. Reetz, E. Recker, R. Rhoden, M. Hocker. ROW 2: J. Rickbeil, A. Coyle, B. Ruckdashel, Advisor, Mr. Gygi. ROW 1: D. Longrie, K. Jossie. This year the Camera Club was cut down to nine members. With a smaller group it was felt that more things could be accomplished. This was proven at Christmas time when the club made over five-hundred Christmas cards and handed them out to the students. The main function of the club has always been to teach photography to its members. The fundamentals of developing, printing, and enlarging, were stressed as well as the use of different cameras. New equipment this year included a Kodak film developing tank, a film cleaner, a large glass-graduate, and a print-washer. The advisor is Mr. Cygi, our Driver Education teacher and the officers are Jim Collier, President, Dave Rex, Vice President, and Karen Josse, Secretary-Treasurer. pwykotaz LEFT: D. Rex, Vice President, K. Jossie, Secretary-Treasurer, M. Collier, President. ROW 2: C. Schmallenberg, 'l'. Knapp, I. Rudie, J. Glock, D. Camp- bell. ROW 1: Advisor, Mr. Tyler, D. Mech, H. Sommer, J. Shaw. The Projector Club under the direction of Mr. Tyler is responsible for the handling of the school's audio -visual equipment. lt's members must be able to handle projectors, tape recorders, and the like. The club is responsible for showing the noon movies on the new wide screen. This year a new projector was purchased along with a winch for the stage screen. Members of the group assist the faculty in many ways. 48 LEFT: J. Glock, Sec., J. Shaw, Treas., D. Campbell, Pres., H. Sommer, V. Pres. iziifhie' Secfefafv-T ROW 4' R Haase, T Ebert T Beckman, B Noack, D Monsour, J Glock, C 1 man Pl-esi reasllrer . . . ...- 1 . 1 d ' . Fredericksen, D. Rex. ROW 3: G. Danke, K. Perkins, R. Hauk, C. Bruss, M. er' V1ce'P1'eSidenr,ent' K' WIDCL Laux, G. Herres, P. Sweedy. ROW 2: S. Knapstein, M. Ritchie, K. Fletcher, K. Winckler, B. Kilian, M. Henschel, K. Stem, A. Christ, advisor. ROW 1: B. Borchardt, S. Brush, K. Felsner, J. Cupp, L. Cottrill, A. Coyle, K. Killen. WWZM ., -. . swf- . 1 e..r...ff 0 STAND Rhode J- Cu R Hohn, Vice-Presizp' Tfeasurerg R Row 2. T. Campbell, R. Lund, D. Pmmb, s. Johnson, T. Budwit, z. Young, Prgsidegfan. secrefarfffk SEATED L. Meating, C. Clarey, S. Recker. ROW 1: J. Cupp, R. Hohman, M. Paul- ' ' ' Pffihl, son, K. Prahl, R. Rhoden, H. Gygi, advisor. 49 !l' ' ll "Ori ina1Orato " "4 Minute S eech" "Non-Ori ina1Orator " 8 YY P 8 Y ROW 4: B. Peterson, S. Saylor, C. Fredrickson, I. Rudie, T. Tews, F. Hunrath, D. Vander I-Ieyden, D. Camp bell, K. Moriarity, Mr. Brink. ROW 3: F. Sawall, F. Ritchie, B. Kilian, D. Pichelmeyer, D. Rex, B. Mc- Kiethen, C. Bruss, P. Sweedy, B. Schimke, S. Schmallenberg. ROW 2: K. Felsner, B. Tessen, K. Saylor, N. Hutchison M Henshel J. Collier J. Schneider, L. Ritchie, S. Stern, K. Ledvina. ROW 1: Mr. Patchen, A. Fuhrmeinn,'F. Rolanzi, J. Hinske, M. Rohloff, J. Brown, R. Hohman, S. Cooney, S. Cooney, Mr. Huppler. "Extemporaneous Speaking Xzlnterpretive Reading" "Humorous cSzSerious Dec1amers" H QD Gwen . Sam . . Albert . Blossom Ginger . . Robert . Director "CAST-' Nancy Ledvina Bob McKeithen . . . Doug Price . . . Johanna Brown Marla I-Ienschel . . . . . Peter Sweedy Charles Patchen -5 -5 W4 'A' TH as PIA S Tom Allen . . . Leslie Allen . . . IICASTVI Evelyn Allen ..... Kathyleen Allen . . . Hal Allen. . . . . Bruce Hamptden Angela Allen. . .. . u i ' Patsy Conover . Dutch McCaffrey Hazlitt Johnston Aunt Lottie . . . Jose ...... Kay ..... Lulu .... If , . . Roger Krause Barbara Borchardt . . . Beth Peterson . Kae Ann Felsner , , , , Ray Langner . . . .Vernon Otto Katherine Ledvina . Nancy Hutchison . . . . Jim Smiley . . . Dennis Killen . Marlene Rohloff . Judy Barrington . . Barbara Wright . . . Irene Kamps Prompter . . . . . . Betty Tessen Director . . . Carroll Swenson w 5 , l 5 9 The auditorium filled with applause as the curtain closed on the Thespian sponsored three act all school play, "No Room For The Groom." Followin that success were the one act class la s S P Y under the direction of Thespian troupe members. Congratu- lations are due the troupe for their accomplishments during the past year. ROW 3: P. Sweedy, J. Jones T Tews, B. Noack, D. VanderHeyden, D Krllen ROW 2: M. Schuh, K. Ledvma, K Stern, B. Bemegger, S. Freiburger, M Henschel ROW 1: Director, C. Swenson, N Led Vina, B. Borchardt, K. Felsner, M Rohloff, G. W' . 53 mg ame ' 1956 Queen, Billie Jo Vance 1957 King,.Vem0n Otto 1957 Queen, Margret Ritchie 1956 Kmg, Fran Lelkau . : I W 55 Sienna Knquzeaf 744640 60-Kdfwwf, Www ?7o,e,eq 3 if September 4 5 17 20 20 27 October 4 4 15 3 1 November 1 7- 8 13 15 19 20 21 22 26 28 -29 29 December 6 7 10 11 13 23 January 6 Freshmen begin school Regular classes University of Wisconsin Extension Program Holland and Dutch Treat Selection of Junior Varsity Cheerleaders Football, Kimberly here Football, Kaukauna there Football, Neenah here Debate at Mosinee Bob Zimmerman, Deep Sea Diver Speech Institute Oshkosh State Teachers College End of First Quarter Teacher's Convention Washington High School Forensics Asso- ciation One Act Play Safety Teen Age Assembly Program Basketball, Seymour here Ray Maple, Sand Artist Thespian Play Basketball, Antigo there Thanksgiving Concert fVocalj Thanksgiving vacation Basketball, Shawano here Basketball, Menasha there Basketball, Stevens Point here Basketball, Berlin there The Telephone Basketball, Kimberly here Christmas vacation starts School starts after vacation 57-5157" 10 11 14 15 17 22 24 25 31 February 7 14 18 21 22 28 March 3 3- 8 10 13-14 18 20 28 April 1 4- 7 14 17 30 May 16 28 29 Basketball, Neenah there Teens Polio Dance Conference Debate fherej Career Night qClintonvillej Basketball, Kaukauna here End first Semester Basketball, Clintonville there Basketball, Shawano there Basketball, Menasha there Basketball, Kimberly there Basketball, Two Rivers here Josh Wind, Comedian flmpersonatorj Basketball, Neenah here Basketball, Kaukauna there Basketball, Clintonville here College Night Regional Basketball Tournament League Forensic Meet Cherej Sectional Basketball Toumament FHA District Demonstration Contest The Smythes fDuo Pianistj Northeastern Teachers Convention Easter Concert fvocalj Easter Vacation Mae Robbins fmagicianj Senior Play Operetta -Grade Don Lanie fspeakerj Commencement Honors day--Close of school 9 J ROW 4: A. Gorges, M. McPeak, R. Dailey, J. McC1one, B. Saylor, T. Spice, H. Sommer, R. Helms, D. See- feldt, P. Werner, R. Young. ROW 3: D. Clark, B. Noack, B. Dailey, W. Poppy, T. Wilson, T. Ebert, B. Elsholtz, J. Smiley, R. Langner, G. Stern, D. Waushesock, B. Dehlinger. ROW 2: C. Gorges, J. Magalska, J. Glocke, S. Fielding, B. McKeithen, L. Danke, F. Warmbrurm, B. Drews, H. Fielding. ROW l: J. Ebert, D. Rex, J. O'Brien, D. Monsoux, K. Fletcher, G. Thorpe, D. Huntley, D. Roff, T. McDermott, T. Bergman. pp . ? ff 1958 Football Scores New London O Mosinee 18 New Londnn 0 Kimberly 6 New London 0 Kaukauna 40 New London 6 Neenah 21 New London 14 Shawano 20 New London 7 ak Green Bay West 25 New London 0 Clintonville 6 New London 19 Menasha 6 if Homecoming "Coach C1ark" "Practice is the essence of success" "Coach Dehlinger" "S - W ,Q If '7w44m4w 74455466 H-.,, Z ig, - I N ew New New New New New New New New D. Clark, Coachg T. McDermott, R. Helms, R. Langner, T. Miller, J. Kotowski, G. Marcks, B. Noack, G. Earll, J. Glocke, J. Magalska, J. McClone, D. Seefeldt. STANDING: A. Zaug, D. Stem, W. Cartwright, A. Plowman, D. Soenksen, B. Hammerberg, L. Schimke, S. Hotchkiss, G. Harris, J. Winckler, A. Kilian, P. Schlise. KNEELING: C. Kluever, Coachg D. Hutchison, L. Laux, B. Beckman, J. Feurig, T. Truesdale, R. Suprise . London 30 London 41 London 27 49 48 London 36 London 44 Lond on 5 5 Lon gon 5 O London Lon don I Seymour 38 Antigo 65 Shawano 59 Menasha 66 Stevens Point 74 Berlin 46 Kimberly 56 Two Rivers 82 Neenah 76 Sub-Regional New London 60 Pulaski 37 New London 61 Wittenberg 59 I I New London 41 Kaukauna 48 New London 57 Clintonville 66 New London 64 Shawano 84 New London 53 Menasha 71 New London 45 Kimberly 73 New London 60 Two Rivers 57 New London 57 Neenah 60 New London 58 Kaukauna 45 New London 57 Clintonville 52 Sub-Regional Final New London 45 Shaw:-mo 85 saw, H. Fielding, L. Danke, R. Dailey, T. Ebert, M. Dorschner, M. Ham. Douglas, J. Meshnick, D. Klatt, D. Besaw, T. Campbell. XO . , ROW 3: D. Gutoski, W. Poppy, T. Spice, J. Ebert, D. Sasman, Coach, B. Dehlinger. ROW 2 J Be ROW 1: M. Hockers, J ov! HCIQSS A C 11 ampiohsrl 64 .iyeilgue YXQN ROW 3: R. Langner, D. Monsour, J. Ebert, B. Drews, G. Stem, T. Spice, W. Poppy, R. Dailey, T. Ebert. ROW 2: B. Saylor, L. Procknow, D. Scheid, G. Hockers, E. Earl, R. Daily, T. Bergman, G. Thorpe. ROW 1: Coach, D. Clarke, L. Danke, H. Sommers, K. Fletcher, D. Rex, R. Bult, L. Huebner. Start of the "880" Throwing the Discus edm 'I'he Shot Q Coach Diekroeger Young Bulldog Netters If ff Gerry Eggert Q Tony Budwit W 66 68


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