North Division High School - Tattler Yearbook (Milwaukee, WI)

 - Class of 1950

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" 3 a NCRTH SIDE HIGH Wfpff x My ,f W wif WW I X1 f - - . . f a ,. I ' . 1 gl , ' ' I n , I 1 1. . , , 4, . I I . ' 'f I , ' - N r I l I .' ' .' ,J V5 i ' UL ' , jf' ,-4 A u ' I -. ,' 0 A r ' Q 4 W1 gm! yn, W1 um! Siva Vw ,m- is FACULTY NCRTH CLASSES DIVISICJN HIGH SCHOCL ACTIVUES SPGRTS MR. MICHALAK Principal The prime objective of education is the development and growth of the individual student. Subjects are tools through which this development is made possible. The teacher is professionally skilled in using them to best advantage. In spite of an improved school program and the competence of the teachers, however, very little can be done in promoting the growth of the child without the help of his home. Education is only successful to the degree to which the home and the school combine their energies to make the development of desirable traits a reality in the individual child. The teacher, therefore, stands shoulder to shoulder with the parents. Alone we are ineffectiveg together we form a powerful combination to do most good for the child. 0ur Aclminisfrafors MR. CULVER Vice-Prin ripal In preparing our young people to take their places as citizens in a democratic society, the high school must play an important part. We try to give our students not only skill in social and vocational fields, but also, through an understanding of man's cultural, intellectual, and scientfic progress, an awareness of their own place in society and responsibility to it. We like to believe that even though many of our graduates never go to college, they have learned to judge fairly, weigh questions honestly in the light of their overfall relation to our democratic ideals, and to act when necessary to protect and strengthen our democratic values. l al l Q N dx U H14-6' ' 4- 5 '2 ig cn 'L if o o o 4"'-wsu'-"6 , 4 I lr' l ' . Q J V , U Inv A t 'I 1 I., v 4 l f ' I h ' ff" 1 lx. ' 2' ' " ' .1 1 1 Y . A 'X . I, : h ' 1' ' 4 , . 3 f . F f 1 I : J I , J ' ,' I, ' I 1' ' ff' X41 . A . iq ' ' x 'K . EL A x Ik HOW We vor Q J, , ' . . D W ff! Boox CJNE fffwfwf ,W My i?KEFE2 5 1 5 f' 1 fjf fl. Si fi-is an ,I M Q fi 1 Q5'5"95'flZfk'fs,a G. Personnel Services MR. BRANDEL as-in Q Gllidmife Direclor A ND GUIDANCE The guidance department is organized to help students in three iields: social. educational and vocational. It is not our purpose to make decisions for people but to help them in choosing wisely for themselves. In order to plan our lives so that we may be reasonably happy and successful we need to become familiar with many types of experiences in the three fields listed above. We need to know ourselves: our interests, abilities and limitations. We need to learn something of the opportunities afforded by schools, jobs, and social organizations. Above all, we should develop interests which will enable us to use our leisure time in a pleasant and useful manner. At North Division guidance begins with a student's first home room teacher who is the most important factor in any good program. It is the function of the department to aid and supplement the work of these advisers. We, as teachers, can be of greatest help to those who recognize their need for assistance and who exercise initiative in seeking it. We urge, therefore, that parents and students make use of the personnel services which the schools offer. MISS CHWALEK Dean of Girly lfl,l6!6lI'lC8 Educational Services MR. KARLSON Ci'H'I'lt'!lf.7l11I Cfifllzfizmlfzf' CURRICULUM COORDINATION The task of the Curriculum Coordinator is to integrate activities contrihuting to the improve' ment of instruction, to keep ahreast with curriculum developments, to exchange information with other Milwaukee schools, thus assuring academic improvements everywhere. The coordinator manages the curriculum lihrary of hooks and periodicals for faculty members. He assists recent faculty members to become familiar with the philosophy and practises of teaching in North Division. In short, his work is to promote constructive activities in the classrooms where every student may ohtain the hest type of education to meet his individual needs. AUDIOfVISUAL AIDS "SERVICE" is the keynote of the part audiofvisual aids play in the educative process of our school. Through the work of sixty hoys, thousands of materials are made availahlc to every teacher and class wishing to employ the sense of vision for interpreting the complexities of modern living. Often, teaching is dependent on verhalism and consequently results in lack of comprehension. One cannot recall "visions" from masses of words not hacked hy previous visual impressions. Adam saw the earth and the contents thereof hefore he named them! Every child is a little Adam and must pass through this same evolution of the race. Words are manfmade tokens. Sensory ex' perience alone gives them value. These newer educational tools should he utilized purposefully to supply specific sensory ex' perience in the learning situations provided for our students. puvv MR. HALL Di1'ez'!4r11'. lfffllzll Aida' JLZHZS-il WM Qiiiif 'L wwe. 'L ln? .H ifmaf .fd eloarfmen fa! Kkairmen MISS BERGEN MLlZIlCI7lLlIIL'X MR. BERGEIM Muxzc MISS CARROLL Houxshoid Arts MISS CAMPBELL History MR. FIELDS Physical Tmmmg MR. KARLSON Scneucc MR. NEWMAN English MR. PRITCHARD Commercial MISS RAETZMANN Language MRS. WILLIAMSON Art MR. WEEKS Manual Tmmmg MR. ADAMUS MR. ATLAS MRS. ALLEN MR. ATWELL Engllxll Commu1'fiul Household Arts McL111141l 'Iznmxlng MR. BENDER MR. BENDLIN MR. BRANDEL MISS BRAUN History Musm Cmnmurcial Englixh MRS. BRITT MR. BROOKS MISS CHWALEK MISS DALY Houxcholcl A-rss Englxsh Hmtofy Commercial MR. DAMUTH MR. EARHART MR. FROST MR. GBE Cmn-rvmcnml Mumml Tmmmg Englixh Hnxtory FACULTY , MISS GOELZER MISS GREGG MISS HALBACH MR. HALL lfmm11Im1.1l MILlI1I71v1I1!nI,x Cnmwvlcnmxl Scicnte MISS HEIDEN MR. KAMPINE MR. KEITH MRS. KNIGHT PI1ysical'I'miuing Hmtury Histmy Science MR, LIBBY MISS LUKER MRS. MHCKEDON MISS STEINHAG Cmuwvluvcml .NffI1lIxu1r1I1tnu.i I.Img1u1ga English MR. MQGARTY 'K' MR. MEYER MR, MYRA MRS. NYBERG Camnlcrciul Av! ffmvx1v1u1ImI EHQILSI1 FAC U LTY MRS. PORTER MR. RISTCUW MISS ROSEN MISS SCHAEFER Egl'h Pl IT 1, 115,11 1.1.1, 1y.i11'11 7111111111 '11' 1.11 111111111111 l MISS SCHERKENBACH MR. SCHMIDT MISS SCHLATTERER MISS SHERMAN Ev1gI1.1I1 Hmury M111I11'11111t11'.1 English . .1.Q I ,, ,-., I if U MRS. SHULTIS MISS SMAIL MISS STOEKLE MISS STORTS Fhysxmll Tmining CI1n11111c11'111l Eugluh Cf.1111n11r1'1111 SJW' MR. TETZLAFF MISS THALI.. MR. THOMPSON MR. TRYTHALL Sri1:111'c Englixh H1.1r111y f:!HYl1IlCTCIdl FACULTY MR. WAIQNER .Srlmxfu MRS. RAMTHUN quuvutmv FACULTY MR. WEIDNER MRS WITTE Hnlmx- Clcncc WW IMJ MRS, LANGE MISS ZEBRICK Offxfc Axm.xlm1t Ojflia Asmstmxl MRS. BOLTZ MISS BUETTNER L11'm1'mm XX'ulfu1u Culmxcfor Abse MR. IAQOBSON School Ilnqmccr nt fon leavcj MR. RESCH KE History MISS SPIERING English JANUARY SENIOR COMMITTEES Row l: L. Huntsingcr, M. Lecher, Mr. Reschkc, D. Snyder, T. Kasten. Row Z: I. Carlson, N. Walter, G. Marks, B. Misnn, il. Ackermann, Al. Zuehlke. C. Young. Row 3: D, Keith, R. Laste, J. Bartos, J, Marquardt, S. Radhil, C, Vaichinqur, D. Bigelow, M. Baumgart. Row 4: D. Albert, R. Albrecht, XV. Schlundrop, R. Kolcll, B. jcllerson, B. Richardson, V. Voltz, C. Nyagncr SENIOR CLASS OFFICERS Thomas L, Kasten ..... . ................. President Lyle D. Huntsinger. . . .... Vice-President Marion I. Lecher. . . ..... Secretary Dawn M. Snyder. .. . . .Treasurer CAP AND GOWN COMMITTEE Donna Bigelow Irene Carlson W'illiam jefferson Robert Kolell Marion Lecher Betty Misun Carl Wagner Nancy Walter SENIOR GIFT COMMITTEE Donald Albert Robert Albrecht Margaret Baumgart Donald Keith Geraldine Marks joan Marquardt Bruce Richardson Dawn Snyder SENIOR MIXER COMMITTEE jackvliartos I January Nw: H3.1i..... Robert Laste Sara Radbil C WilgamlSc1hlorgdrop 0lTlITleI1CeITlen1' afghagggsgfung 1 JANUARY COMMENCEMENT PROGRAM .7ue4alay guening, january 31, l950, in Jcug PROCESSIONAL ........................................... CLASS OF JANUARY, 1950 "Pomp and Circumstancew ......................,.............. Elgar North Division High School Orchestra NATIONAL ANTHEM ,AND PLEDGE OF ALLEGIANCE Master of Exercises .................................. ALFRED RESCHKE Senior Adviser ADDRESS OF WELCOME .......................... ............. F RANK MEISTER NORTH DIVISION HIGH SCHOOL ORCHESTRA .... ..... D irected by E. C. SCHMIDT Bohemian Girl, Selection ...................... ........... M . W. Balfe PRESENTATION OF CLASS GIFT .... .................... T HOMAS L. KASTEN ACCEPTANCE OF CLASS GIFT ..... .... P RINCIPAL RAYMOND F. MICHALAK VOCAL ENSEMBLE .............. ................ D irected by H. BENDLIN "In A Persian Market" ..... ............ ........ ..... A l b crt Ketelby 'LAround the Gypsy Fire" ...................................... J. Brahms Bonnie Ramseyer, Accompanist COMMENCEMENT ADDRESS ................................ PROF. JOHN P. TREACY "The Marks of An Educated Man" Director of the Department of Education, Marquette University NORTH DIVISION HIGH SCHOOL ORCHESTRA .......... Directed by E. C. SCHMIDT "Tales from the Vienna Woods" ............... ................. J . Strauss "Hungarian Dances Nos. 7 and 8" ............ ................... J . Brahms ROLL CALL OF GRADUATES ...,.... ........ V ICEfPRINCIPAL L. W. CULVER PRESENTATION OF DIPLOMAS ............... PRINCIPAL RAYMOND F. MICHALAK RECESSIONAL North Division High School Orchestra H O N O R S MAGNA CUM LAUDE-Over 90 Frank Meister Stavro Spice Donna Bigelow Margaret Baumgart Joan Marquardt Harold Oxman Gloria Weber Garbo Kalagian Donald Albert Eunice Baranek Dawn Snyder Howard Katz Marion Tooke Robert Albrecht Sara Radbil Carol Vaichinger N W lt ancy a er Betty Misun Carl Wagner CUM LAUDE - Over 85 Arlene Bemmann Marlene Reblin Marguerite Hamernik Dorothy Glaesner Charlotte Edelstein Bruce Richardson Audrey Cassens Egg.. Virginia Holt: Irene Carlson Robert Kolell Marion Lecher Evelyn Mann Shirley Hug Kenneth Weber Frank Moser Lorraine Hoclc Ruth Svitak Patricia Beck JOY D. ACKERMANN. Elective Course. Music Festiva'g Girls' Cluhg Sr. Prom. Com.g Student Control Ivlonitorg Student Council: Booster Girls, Pres.g Noon Hour Program Cadctg AllfCity Band. DONALD C. ALBERT, Science Course. Local Honor Rollg Motion Picture Opcratorg Variety Showg Student Council, Co-Chairman Investigation Com.g Swimming Teamg Booster Boysg Sr. Gift Com.g Sr. Prom. Court of Honor. ROBERT L. ALBRECHT. Science Course. Local Honor Rollg Nat. Hon. Soc.g North Div. Honor Clulvg Hall Cadet: Variety Slioxvg Senior Gift Com. XVILLLE MYRNA BAGENT. Elective Course. Girls' ilu . EUNICE T. BARANEK. Elective Course. Girls, Cluhg Ollice Monitor. JACK R. BARTOS. Elective Course. Football HN." CofCaptaing Variety Showg Sr. Mixer Com.g Student Control Monitorg Student Councilg Booster Boys. MARGARET ALICE BAUMGART. Elective Course. Girls' Clubg Leadership Groupg Nat. Hon. Soc.g North Div. Honor Clubg North Star Staff, Page Editor, Copy Editorg Senior Gift Com. LOLITA M. BEARDSLEY. Elective Course. Girls' Clultig Student Council. MARGARET A. BECK. Elective Course. Music Festivalg Girls, Club. PATRICIA BECK. Elective Course. Music Festivalg Girls' Clubg Oilice Monitorg Student Council. ARLENE BEMMANN. Elective Course. Music Festivalg Girls' Cluhg Leadership Groupg Library Monitorg Local Honor Rollg North Star Staff, Advertising Managerg Uffice Monitorg Hall Cadetg Cafeteria Gadetg Spanish Cluh. DONNA .IEAN BIGELOW, Elective Course. Girls' Atli. "N"g Girls' Clubg Leadership Groupg Library Monitor: Local Honor Rollg Nat. Hon. Soc.g Student Councilg Booster Girlsg Sr. Cap and Gown Com. DON. C. BOYVEN. History Coursc. JOYCE A. BUCHOLTZ. Elective Coursc XVALTER R. BURGER. Elective Course IRENE E. CARLSON. Elective Course. Music Festivalg Girls' Clubg Local Honor Rollg Sr. Cap and Gown Comg Nat. Hon, Soc. LANVRENCE O. CARTER. Elcctive Course. Student Council. AUDREY M. CASSENS. Elective Course. Music Festivalg Triple Triog AllfCity Choir. JANUARY GRADUATES JANUARY ROGER N. COOLEY. Elective Course. Stllelent Control ALFRED A. CONSIGNY. Science Course. Nlonitorg Student Council. REMO DIORIO. Elective Course. Musie Ecstivzulg Variety Show. CHARLOTTE EDELSTEIN. Science Course. Nlusic Fcstivalg Girls' Clubg Library lvlonitorg Nlasqucrsg Student Councilg VVebstcr Socictyg Sr. Prom. Court of Honor. EIJXYARD E. EUER. Elective Course. EARL YV. FLEMING. Elcctixe Course. Student Control l Nlonltor. l 1 ANNABELLE FOODEN. Elective Course. Biology Club, ' Secg Girls' Ath. NNNQ Girls' Club. CERALDINE FOURSTON. Elective Course. Music Festivalg Library Nlonitorg Variety Show, HERMAN GERHARDT. Elective Course. North Star Staffg Student Council: Photo Club, Vicc-l'rc5.g Hall Cadet, DOROTHY H. ULAESNER. Elective Course. Girls' gfubg Lcadcrsliip Groupg Local Honor Rollg Writers' 'ub. ROSEMARY GOTZMANN. Stenograpliic Course. Mllsic Fcstivalg Girls' Clubg Hall Cadctg Sr. Prom. Court of Honorg jr. Prnm. Court of Honor: Booster Girls, MILTON A. GRODSKY. Science Course. Local Honor Follg Ifllonitor in Ag Color Guardg Hall Cadetg Student Alllflcl . MARLIUERITE HAMERNIK. Science Course. lvlusic Fcstrvalg Girls Clubg Student Control Nlonitor, THURMAN HAWKINS. Elective Course. Mlxsic Fcstivalg Basketball 'N 3 Football "N"g Track "N',g Crosb Country UN." JANET D. HEINE, Elcctivc Course. Hall Cladelg Girls' Qlubg Student Control Nlonitor. HELEN HEPNER. Elective Course. Hall Cadet, LORRAINE E. HOCK. Elective Course, Mllsic Febtixuil, Girlsi Clubg Hall Cadet, BEVERLY ANN HOERST. Elective Course. Chess Clubg Girls' Clubg North Star Stall, Editor'in'Cliief, Associatu Editor, Page Editor, News Editorg Student Councilg VVritcrs' Club. GRADUATES THELMA G. HKTFFMANN. Elective Course. VIRGINIA HELENE HOLTZ. Science Course. Girls' Clubg Leadership Groupg Local Honor Rollg Nat. Hon. Soc.g North Star Stall, Page Editor, EditorfinfChiefg Oilice Monitorg Sr. Mixer Com.g Student Council. SHIRLEY M. HUG. Elective Course. Milsic Festivalg Girls' Clulug Leadership Group. LYLE D. HUNTSINGER. Elective Course. Football uN"g Sr. Mixer Com,g Sr. Class, VicefPres.g Sr. Prom, Court of Honorg Cafeteria Cadet. WILLIAM D. JEFFERSON. Science Course. Music Festivalg Football "N"g Sr. Cap and Gown Com.g Hall Cadetg Track "N," DNVAYNE R, JUNO. Elective Course, Music Festivalg Masquersg Variety Showg Sr. Class Play. GARBO G. KALAGIAN. Mathematics Course. Local Honor Rollg Vifriters' Club. MARY ELLEN KANE. Elective Course. Music Festivalg Girls' Clubg Hall Cadet. THOMAS L. KASTEN. Elective Course. Music Festivalg Football "N"g Masquersg North Star StaHg Variety Showg Sr. Mixer Com.g Sr, Prom. Comg Sr. Class, Prcs.g Student Control Monitorg Student Councilg Track "N'Ag Booster Boysg Hall Cadet. HOVJARD B. KATZ. Elective Course. Biology Club, VicefPres.g Local Honor Rollg Masquersg Rest Room Monitorg Variety Showg Spanish Clubg Student Council. DON R. KEITH. Elective Course, Variety Showg Sr. Gift Corn.g Student Councilg Track 'lN.A' NANCY J. KELLER. Elective Course. Music Festivalg Girls' Clubg Booster Girls, Vicefprcs. SHIRLEY A. KERNER. Elective Course, Girls' Clulng Hall Cadet. PAUL R. KOCH. Accounting Course. Student Council. ROLAND G, KOLNVITZ. Elective Course. Masquersg Stage Crewg Public Address, Manager. ROBERT H. KOLELL. Science Course. Biology Club, Pres.g Leadership Groupg Student Control Mon,g Nat, Hon. Soc.g North Div. Honor Clulvg Sr, Cap and Gown Com.g Color Guardg Hall Cadet. XVALTER K. KOLB. Elective Course. Biology Clubg Masquersg Stage Crewg Student Control Mon.g Student Councilg Hall Cadet. DOROTHY C. KUNZE. Elective Course. Girls' Cluh. ROBERT R. LASTE. Elective Course. Music Festivalg Football "N"g Forensic Team, Masquers, VicefPrcs.g Variety Show, Sr. Mixer Com.g Sr. Prom. Com.g Student Council, VicefPres.g Hall Cadetg Ir. Prom. Court of Honorg Boys' Glee Clubg Booster Boysg Sr. Prom. Kingg Jr. Prom. Com, MARION J. LECHER. English Course. Music Festivalg Forensic Teamg Girls' Club, Vice-Pres., Leadership Group, Library Monitorg Local Honor Rollg Masquersg Nat, Hon. Soc.g Variety Showg Sr. Exec. Com., Sec.g Sr. Cap and Gown Com.g Student Councilg Booster Girlsg Sr, Prom. Court of Honorg Girls' Triple Trio. DOLORES A. LICHNER. Stenographic Course CARLYN L. LIHRMAN. Elective Course. LAXYRENCE E, LUCCHESI. Elective Course. Football Sr. Prom. Com. ALEXANDER B. MAGAR. Elective Course. Motirin Picture Operator. EVELYN P, MANN. Elective Course. Girls' Clubg Local Honor Roll: Rest Room Mon., Nat. Hon. Soc. CERALDINE L. MARKS. English Course. Biology Club, Pres. and Secy.: Chemistry Club, Treasg Girls' Clubg lxlasquersg Rest Room Mon., Spanish Club, Student Councilg Cafeteria Cadetg Hall Cadet: Senior Gift Com. MARILYN JOAN MARKS. Elective Course, Student Council. JOAN I. MARQUARDT, Stenographic Course. Girls' Clubg Leadership Groupg Local Honor Rollg Masquers: Asst, Mon. in "Ang Nat. Hon. Soc., North Div. Honor Clubg OfIice Nlong Senior Gift Com., Student Council, Tattler Annual, Typistg Student Control. HERBERT E. McDONALD, Elective Course. Hall Cadetg Student Council. SHIRLEY N, MCHENRY, Elective Courst FRANK MEISTER. Science Course. Biology Clubg Photo Club, Pres.: Booster Boysg Local Honor Roll, Cross Country "N", North Star Staff. Head Photographer and Feature Writerg Variety Show: Spanish Club: Student Council, Presq Tattler Annual, Photographerg Track "N'lg Valedictoriang Student Control. MARVIN E, MEISTER. Science Course. Cafeteria Mon. JOAN L, MICHALEC. Elective Course KATHERINE E. MINOR. Elective Course. Miisic Festivalg Girls' Club. BETTY S. MISUN. Science Course. Biology Clubg Girls' Ath. 'RN"g Girls' Clubg Guidance Room lvlong Leadership Groupg Local Honor Rollg Masquersg Nat. Hon. Soc., Office Mon., Hall Cadetg Student Controlg Student Councilg Booster Girls, Sr. Cap and Gown Com. GENE E. MOORE. Elective Course. Forensic Teamg Track "N"g Cross Country "N"g jr. Proin. Coin. JANUARY JACQUELINE A. MORGAN. Elective Course FRANK E, MOSER. Science Course. Student Couucilg Hall Cadet, HAROLD LEON OXMAN. Mathematics Course. Chess Cluhg Local Honor Rollg North Div. Honor Clulwg Visual Aid Messenger. PATRICIA R. PARIZA. English Course. Girls' Clulng Masqucrsg Hall Cadetg North Star Statl, Editorg Variety Showg Senior Prom. Com.g Student Controlg Student Council: Tattler Annual, PhotofEditorg Forensic Teamg XVriters' Club, Pres. JUNE M. POST. Elective Course. Hall Cadetg Girls' Clubg Student Control. ALFRED PREUSS. Elective Course, Cadet, Noon Hour Programs. SARA RADBILL, Elective Course. Girls' Clulwg Guid- ance Room Monitorg Local Honor Rollg Nat. Hon. Soc.g Office Monitorg Senior Mixer Conrg NVriters' Clulu, Pres. and Sccy.g Senior Prom. Com, MARLENE J. REBLIN. Science Course. Music Festivalg Chess Clubg Girls' Clubg North Star Staff, News Editor, Page Editor, Managing Editor, Associate Editorg Senior Prom. Court of Honorg Student Councilg Writers' ll . CAROL M. REICH. Stenographic Course. Girls' Clulw. BRUCE XV. RICHARDSON, Science Course. Baslxctliall i'N"g Forensic Teamg Senior Gift Com.g XVriters' Club, ISADORE RUSEN. Elective Course, Music Festivalg Biology Clulng Variety Show. ALAN E, SALZBERG. Elective Course. Music Festivalg Biology Clubg Variety Showg Student Councilg Studeizt Controlg Cheerleader. XYILLIAM C. SCHLUNDROP. Science Course. North Star Stailg Variety Showg Senior Mixer' Com.g Senior Prom. Com.g Student Councilg Swimming Teamg Track "N"g Booster Boys. JEROME XV. SCHMIDT. Science Course 'THOMAS SCHOBER. Science Course. Chess Cluhg Cafeteria Cadet. ELEANOR L. SCHRAM. Elective Course. Music Fitstif valg Girls Clulig Leadership Groupg Hall Cadet. BOB SCHUMACHER. Elective Course. Music Fcstivalg Hall Cadetg Chess Club. VERONICA SEVELA. Elective Course, Girls' Cluli. January LEON A. SIMS. Elective Course. Hall Cadet, Student Council. DONALD J. SMETZER. Elective Course. Variety Show, Photo Club, Trcas.g Cadet, Noon Hour Dance. DAWN MARY SNYDER. Science Course. Girls' Ath. "N", Girls' Clubg Masquersg Hall Cadet, Senior Exec. Com., Treas,g Senior Gift Com.g Booster Girls, Secy. STAVRO G. SPICE. Science Course. Local Honor Roll, Monitor in 'AA"g Motion Picture Messenger, Nat. Hon. Soc.: North Div. Honor Club, Hall Cadet, Student Council, Writers' Club. RAMONA M. SUTTON. Elective Course. Music Festif valg Guidance Room Mon. RUTH E. SVITAK. Elective Course. RICHARD TATICEK. Elective Course. Biology Club, Masquersg Variety Shovvg Stage Crew, Swimming Team. JOHN CHARLES THOMAS. Eiective Course. Chess Club, Noon Hour Cadet. DOROTHA THORNTON. Elective Course MARION V. TOOKE. Stenographic Course. Girls' Clubg Tattler Annual, Typist. CAROL A. VAICHINGER. Elective Course. Girls' Ath. "N", Girls' Club, Vice'Pres.g Leadership Groupg Library Mon., Local Honor Roll, Nat. Hon. Soc.g North Div. Honor Club, Senior Mixer Com., Student Councilg Booster Girls. SIMON VOLK. Elective Course. Student Council. DONALD G. VOLTZ. Elective Course. Variety Showg 'Cafeteria Cadet, Hall Cadetg Student Councilg Swimming eam, CARL G. WAGNER. Elective Course. Local Honor Rollg Mon. in "A", Nat. Hon. Soc., Student Council, Color Guarclg Hall Cadetg Senior Cap and Gown Com. NANCY A. WALTER. English Course. Hall Cadet: Chess Club, Leadership Groupg Library Mon., Local Honor Roll, Masqucrs, Pres. and Secyg Nat, Hon. Soc.g North Div. Honor Club, Variety Show, Senior Cap and Gown Com., Student Controlg Student Council, XVebster Societyg Wardrobe Chairman. GLORIA -I. WEBER. Elective Course. Girls' Clubg Leadership Groupg Student Controlg W'riters' Club, Treas. and VicefPres. KENNETH XV. WEBER. Elective Course. Chemistry Club, Guidance Room MOn.g Hall Cadetg Variety Show, Student Control Mon. GLORIA E. WILSON. Elective Course. Music Festival. ...28-.e GRADUATES VIOANNE L. NVINKEL. Elcetivc Course, Music Festivzulg Vzlriety Show. ALICE M. YOUDOVITZ. Elecrive Course. ka Wm CHARLOTTE YOUNG. Elective Course. Music Festivalg Triple Triog Girls' Clubg Variety Showg Senior Mixer Com.g Student Control. JOAN L. ZUEHLKE. Elective Course. Girls' Clulng Hull Cudetg Senior Mixer Com.g Student Control. iii, NOT PHOTOGRAPHED RICHARD w, EHRLICH. Emir-C co-me - 29 f JUNE COMMENCEME NT PROGRAM waadingfon .S7cAoof,x4uahforium, June 21, 1950 PROCESSIONAL ........................ ................. .... C L ASS OF JUNE 1930 "Pomp and Circuinstancev ..................... ........ ........... E l gar North Division High School Band NATIONAL ANTHEM AND PLEDGE OF ALLEGIANCE Master of Exercises .................................. MARVIN H. WITTE Senior Adviser ADDRESS OF WELCOME ........................... ........... E LENA KARAMPELOS NORTH DIVISION HIGH SCHOOL BAND ......... ..... D irected by ROBERT WEIDNER "If Thou Be Near" ................... .......................... B ach PRESENTATION OF CLASS GIFT .,,...... ............... E DWARD ARMSTRONG ACCEPTANCE OF CLASS GIFT .... .... P RINCIPAL RAYMOND F. MICHALAK VOCAL ENSEMBLE .............. ................. D irected by H. BENDLIN "June Rhapsody" ...................... ...................... W . Daniels COMMENCEMENT ADDRESS ................,.................... DR. W. W. THEISEIN Superintendent Pro Tem., Milwaukee Schools "Building for the Future" NORTH DIVISION HIGH SCHOOL BAND ................ Directed by ROBERT WEIDNER "Hungarian Dance No. 6" ............ ........................ B rahms ROLL CALL OF GRADUATES ......,..... ........ V ICEfPRINCIPAL L. W. CULVER PRESENTATION OF DIPLOMAS .,.,. .... P RINCIPAL RAYMOND F. MICHALAK RECESSIONAL ..................................................... THE GRADUATES Elena M. Karampelas Marjorie K. Krueger Carol M. Schadek Esther R. Cornlield Shirley M. Schneck Lois P. Rodig Patsy Jean Schmeichel Ila Mae Fike Edward D. Armstrong Louise E. Hoelzlhammer Marlene A. Marinello Joan M. Landa Anthony T. Hamala Phyllis M. Tobin Rita V. Schueller Lois F. Stumpf Joan R. Hellwig Harold K. Schulz Kenneth C. Zwerlein Jean A. Youngs Ruth L. Vogt Rose Shielman Clara B, Lorenzi Anton P. Sauer "Pomp and Circumstancev ................. .. North Division High School Band HONORS MAGNA CUM LAUDE-Over 90 Joyce E. Kaplan Joanne M. Schael Jean Ann De Karske Charlotte M, Neuber Eileen M. Levin Frederick W. Frommgen Shirley Mae Ohl Maryann T. Schmalz CUM LAUDE - Ov Vivian Hanke Ruth Ann Serres Robert C. Hochstaetter Harvey M. Chernin Virginia Stofllet Dolores D. Dreist Stanley F. Stein Barbara Walters Gerald M. Rosen Dorothy A. Sossong Lois E. Auer Patricia Zacher Virginia M. Rousseau Lois Bruzelius Nancy A. Wierschem Louis Pansky Egg-- CI' ...........Elgar Geraldine P. Cowen Geraldine C. John Janet Gould Shirley A. Mueller Lola J. Magar Roger C. Brown June H. Majest Mary E. Gensler Mildred E. Krueger Alice L. Reirnann Ardyss E. Irle Gerald E. Tessier Patricia A. Wierschem Ervin A. Elias Dolores L. Steinfadt Gloria J. Kontny Lois C. Tessendorf Carol Lynnn Kuehner Christine M. Mueller Betty Rechlin Dolores T. Kloclcow Joan S. Held JUNE SENIOR COMMITTEES Row 1: P, Sehmeiehcl, P. Lgimkomki. Mr. YVittc, H. Amlwrn, C. Mlleller, G. Hxiglivs. Row Z: R. Vogt, N, Nllleliclww, B. Mziliiziei, C. Kueliner, N, Nagel. I7. Kliiekmv, Row 3: R. Schulz, AI. Rosen. D. Ruger, ml. Lzinda, C. Gwlhulf, R. Scrres. Row 4: Brenclel, E. Elias, D, julie, R. Baum, R. Durham, I.. Stumpf, M. Sclimul:. J, Untrellr. SENIOR CLASS OFFICERS Edward D. Armstrong .................... President Dale A. Haupt ...,.... . . .Vice-President Patsy jean Schmeicliel. . . ..... Secretary John Sotiros .......... .... T reasurer CAP AND GOWN COMMITTEE Roger K. Bacon Claudette Goldbuif Don E. Julie Carol Lynn Kuehner Peter H. Laskoski Christine M. Mueller Nancy Ann Nagel Donald L. Reger SENIOR GIFT COMMITTEE Geraldine F. Hughes Beverly G. Maniaei Nancy Ann Muenchow Gerald M. Rosen Robert E. Schulz Lois F. Stumpf joan B. Untreif Ruth I.. Vogt SENIOR MIXER COMMITTEE Howalid ABmbo5nl JO Roger ,li1nDI1rl1am Ervin A. Elias Dolores T. Klockow C Q joar5VIM. Langxas h I OI'nl"l"lI1"I'9eS . . ai3?i'Qi'fA1,nCs2li -31... i JUNE MARILLYN L. ABRAMSKPN, Science Course. Mlisie Festivnlg Biology Clulng Clxeinistry Clulvg Girls' Clulvg Library Monitor. GERDA ADLER. Elective Course. Nlusie Eestivzilg Cirlsi Clulvg Leadership Groupg Nlzisquers. SUE C. ALEXANDER. Elective Course. Girls' Clulwg Doctors Room Nlonitor. HOWIE ml. AMBKJRN. Art Course. Gym Tezun UNH3 lvlasquers: North Star Stailg Senzor Mixer Coin.g Senior Prom. Com.g Senior Publicity Comg Student Cabinet: Student Council Pres. :ind Tre:is.g Tzittler Annual, Arr Editorg Cl'1ecrleuc.lerg Hull Cadet: Art Clubg Vnrietv Shoxvg Booster Bnysg Alr. l'roin, Com, ROBERT R. AMUNDSON, Elective Course. Nlonitor in RICHARD A, ANDERLE. Elective Course. Nliisquersg Senior Class Playg Student Councilg Variety Slioxvg Chorus: Spring Festivnlg Photo Clulw. EDNVARD D. ARMSTRKJNKT. College Commerce Course. Variety Showg Mllsie Festivzilg Football "NVQ Nlunitor in "An: Pres, Senior Class. JOYCE M. ASCHENBACH, Elective Course. Cirlsi Clulw, LOIS E. AUER. Stenogriiplxic Coursi DORRIS Il. BALKE. Elective Course. Cirlsi Atli. UNMQ Student Council. BETTY BALL. Stenogrzlphic Course, Girls' Clulw. DOROTHY A. BASSETT. Elective Course, CHESTER P. BECKER. Elective Course GLADYS M, BECKER, Science Course ILIENE BERMAN. Elective Course, Girls' Clulvg Hull Cacletg Cafeteria Cadet. BEVERLY F. BERNDT. Stenogrzipliie Course, Girls' Atli. "N"g Girls' Club. MARYANN BLUEMNER. Engglislx Course. Girls' Clubg Hall Cndctg jr. Prom. Court uf Honor. GLORIA M. BORMAN. English Course. Cirls' Atlx. "N"g Girls' Clubg Library Nlonitorg Mzisquersg North Star Staffg Student Councilg Centennial Pngezuntg Variety Shoxvg Lt. Hall Cadet, GRADUATES JAMES P. BORN. Elective Course. Chemistry Club, Viccfllresidcntg Hzill Cadctg Variety Show. GILBERT BRANDT. Elective Course, Hall Cadet. JOHN K. BRENDEL. Sciencc Course. Lcadership Groupg Motion Picture Opcratnrg Senior Mixer Com,g Student Councilg Hall Cudetg Cafeteria Monitorg Student Govt. Monitor. AUDREY J. BRIGHAM. Elective Course. Music Festivalg Girls' Clubg Masqucrsg Senior Class Playg Variety Showg Triple Triog AllfCity Choirg Hall Cadet. JOYCE I. BRONSTON. Stcnographic Course. Girls' Club. IOHNNIE M. BROOKS. Elective Course. Biology Club, Reportcrg Girls' Clubg Masquers. ROGER C. BROYVN. Science Course. Local Honor Roll: Monitor in 'AA"g National Honor Societyg Student Govt. Monitor. ROBERT NV. BRUNELLI. Elective Course. LOIS I. BRUZELIUS. Elective Course. Leadership Group. DICK lvl. BCZEZINSKI. Elective Course. Masquersg Mo' tion Picture Operatorg Student Council. HARVEY M. CHERNIN. Science Course. Motion Picture Operator. ESTHER R. CORNFIELD. Mathematics Course. Girls' Clubg Leadership Groupg Library Monitorg Local Honor Rollg Monitor in "Ang National Honor Societyg North Div. Honor Clubg Student Councilg Hall Cadet. GERALDINE R. COWEN. English Course. Girls' Clubg Local Honor Rollg Monitor in "Ang National Honor Socictyg Office Monitor. OSCAR E. CREUZER. Science Course. DELORES A. DE GARO. Elective Course. JEAN ANN DE KARSKE. Elective Course. Biology Club, Vice-Presiclentg Girls' Clubg Leadership Group: Local Honor Rollg Monitor in "A"g National Honor Societyg North Div, Honor Clubg Student Councilg Tattlcr Annual, Editor of Clubs and Activitiesg Jr. Prom. Court of Honorg Sr. Prom. Court of Honorg Cafeteria Monitorg Hall Cadet. ELLEN L. DE LISLE. Elective Course. Music Festivalg Girls' Clubg Leadership Groupg Rest Room Monitor. KENNETH DE TARVILLE. Science Course. Track UN." RAY E. DEUTSCH, Science Course. Masclxiersg Senior Class Playg Student Councilg XVelistcr Society. DOLORES IJ. DREIST. Science Course. Guidance Room Monitorg North Star Staff, Associate Editorg Sr, Prom. Court of Honor. XVILLIAIVI D. DUHNKE, Science Course. lvlotion Picture Operator. ROGER jAMES DURHAM. Elective Course. Music Fesf tivalg Motion Picture Upcratorg Senior Mixer Com.g Sen' ior Prom. Com.g Variety Shotvg Hall NIonitorg AllfC.ty Mlisic Festival. MARTIN A. EBERI.. Elcctive Course. Masqllersg Noon Hour Program Moiiitmirg Art Clubg Photo Club. ERVIN A. ELIAS. Science Course. Music Fcstivalg Chess Clubg Senior Mixer' Com.g Student Councilg Tattler An' nual, Co-business Managerg XYchster Society, Vice- President. SHIRLEY M. ELLIETT. Elective Course. Music Eestivalg Girls' Club. HERBERT E. ENGEL. Science Course. Hall Cadetg Mo' tion Picture Operator Mcssengerg North Star Staff, Manag1 ing Editorg Tattler Annual, Coflvlgr. Advertising. THOMAS H. FABER. Elective Course. CrossfCountry CLARENCE J. FELTES. Elective Course. ILA MAE FIKE. Science Course. Girls' Ath. "N"g Girls' Clulag lvlonitor in "Aug National Honor Socictyg North Div. Honor Club: North Star Staff, Page Editorg Office Ivionftorg Local Honor Roll. BERNARD D, FISHER. Science Course. Masqucrsg Stu- dent Govt. Monitorg Senior Prom. Com.g Student Counf cilg Booster Boys, Secretaryg Hall Cadet. FREDERICK NV. FROMMGEN, Science Course. Local Honor Rollg North Div, Honor Clubg National Honor Society. DELCSRES M. GEERS. Elective Course. Girls' Clubg Hall ,a et. EDXVARD P. GEIB, IR. Science Course. Student Govt. Monitor. MARY E. GENSLER, History Course. Girls' Club, Presif dentg Leadership Groupg Library Monitorg Student Counf cil. GERALDINE RUTH GEYSER. Elective Course. Masquersg Hall Cadet, ALICE M. GLEASON. Elective Course. MARY J. GLIENKE. Elective Course. Girls' Club. CLAUDETTE J, GOLBUFF. Elective Course. Booster Girls, Presidentg Girls' Club, Office Monitorg Student Councilg Senior Cap E? Gown Com.g Hall Cadct. JANET GOULD. Science Course. Variety Showg Biology Club, VicefPresiclentg Girls' Club, Corr. Secretaryg Lead' ership Group, Local Honor Rollg Masquersg Monitor in A'A"g National Honor Socictyg Student Govt. Monitor, Senior Class Play, Senior Prom. Com. PATRICIA A. GRAYSON. Elective Course. Biology Club, Girls' Club, Student Council, Hall Cadet. DIANA T. GUTSMIEDL. Stenographic Course. Girls' Ath. JEAN THOMPSON HACKER. Elective Course. MARILYN R. HALTNER. Science Course. Music Fcsf tivalg Girls' Club, Library Monitorg Masquersg North Star Staff, Variety Show, All-City Choirg Triple Trio. ANTHONY T, HAMALA. Elective Course. VIVIAN J. HANKE. Stenographic Course, Music Fes- tival, Girls' Clubg All-City Choir. ROBERT E. HANSEN. College Commerce Course. Monif tor in "A", Vkiehster Society. DALE HAUPT. English Course. Student Councilg Tattler Annual, Booster Boys, VicefPresidentg Jr. Prom. Court of Honor: Senior Class Vicefljrcsident. ROBERT G. HAY. Elective Course. Miisic Festivalg Swimming Team, Variety Sllowg AllfCity Choir. JOAN S, HELD. Elective Course. JOAN R. HELLXVIG. Stenographic Course, Music Fes1 tivalg Girls' Clubg Local Honor Rollg Office Monitor, Student Councilg Variety Showg Centennial Pageantg AllfCity Choir. ANDREW' HENDERSON. Elective Course, Track g'N.i' VIOLA K. HERCHE, Elective Course. Milsie Festivnlg Girls' Club. JEAN M. HICKMAN. Elective Course. Music Festival: A.lfCity Choir. ROBERT C. HOCHSTAETTER. Elective Course. Local Honor Roll, Nlonitor in "Avg Noon Program Monitzmrg Tattlcr Annual, CofMgr., Adv. GRADUATES .IUNE LOUISE E. HUELZLHAMMER. Elective Course, Music Festivalg Girls' Clubg Leadership Groupg Local Honor Roll, DELORES S. HOFFMAN. History Course. Music Fes- tivalg Variety Shoxvg Hall Cadet. RICHARD NV. HULZHAEUSER, Elective Course ENIERICH G. HORVATH, Elective Course. Cross' Country "N"g Music Festivalg Student Council. GERALDINE F. HUGHES. Elective Course. Girls' Clubg Senior Mixer Com,g Hall Cadetg Cafeteria Cadet. ARDYSS E. IRLE. Elective Course. Music Fcstivalg Masquersg AllfCity Choir. AUDREY C, IRVING. Elective Course. Girls' Clubg Noon Program Monitor. SHIRLEY A. JAHN. Elective Course. Girls' Cluhg Lead' ership Groupg Hall Cadet. ARLENE E. JELINSKI. Elective Course. Music Festixzilg Senior Mixer Com. JOANNE M. JIERSCHECK, Elective Course. Girls' Ath. "N"g Senior Mixer Com. GERALDINE C, JOHN. Elective Course, Local Honor Roll: Monitor "Avg National Honor Societyg North Div. Honor Clubg Hall Cadetg Booster Girlsg North Star Stall, Photographer. DON E. JULIE. Science Course. Student Govt. Monitorg Student Councilg Variety Shovvg Cap and Gown Com, MARYANN M. KAMENICK, Elective Course. Girls' Ath, "N"g Girls' Club. JOYCE E. KAPLAN. English Course. Girls' Clubg Guidf ance Room Monitorg Leadership Groupg Local Honor Rollg Masquersg Monitor in "Ang National Honor Su' cietyg Senior Class Playg Spanish Clubg Student Council. RAMON H. KAPPEL. Elective Course. Hall Cadet, ELENA M. KARAMPELUS. Elective Course. Girls' Ath. "N"g Guidance Room Nlonitorg Lezidership Group- Monitor in "Aug National Honor Societyg North Div. Honor Cluhg North Star Stall, Photographerg Ollice Nlonif torg Variety Showg Photo Clubg Usher at Graduationg Valcdictorian. s MAVIS D. KARL. Elective Course. Girls' Atli. uN"g Girls, Cluhg Allfflity Choirg Pzugcantg Hall Cadet. MIRIAM A. KERISER. Elective Course. Girls' Clulv. GRADUATES BEVERLY Al. KLANN. Elcctrvu Count DOLORES T. KLOCKOXV. Eluctivu Coursc. Girls' Clubg Sunior Mixcr Com,g Hall Cadct. PATRICIA M. KOCH. Eluctivc Coursv. Girls' Ath. "N"g Guidance Room Nlonitor. LOIS A, KAHLER. Elcctivc Coursu, Noon I'rou,ram Nlonitor. GLORIA A. KONTNY. Elective Course. Lcadcrship Groupg Local Honor Roll. SHELDON H. KOVARSKY, Elcctivu Coursv. Clxvmistry Club: Student Councilg Bulletin Monitor: Hall Catlctg lr. Prom. Com. .IEANNETTE L, KONYITZ. Elective Courac. Svnior Prom. Com. EDWARD XV. KRUEGER. Elcctivc Coursu. Mlxsic Fcsf tivalg North Star Staflg AllfCity Choirg Variety Showg Hall Cadet, MARAILIRIE R. KRUEGER. English Course. Girls' Cluhg Leadership Groupg Local Honor Rollg Nfnnitor in "Ang National Honor Socictyg North Div. Honor Cluhg Salutatorian. NIILDRED E. KRUEGER. Stcnographic Course. Girls' Ach. "N"g Girls' Cluh: Lcatlcrship Groupg Studcnt Council. CAROL LYNN KUEHNER. English Coursc. Miisic Ecsf tivalg G'rls' Ath. "Nw: Girls' Clulw, Corresponding SCC' rctaryg Leadership Gronpg Rust Room Nlomtorg Senior Class Playg Student Councilg Senior Cap antl Gown Comq Allfflity Bandg AllfCity Orchcstrag Variety Show. MARILYN T. KURTZ. Elcctivc Coursc. JOAN M, LANDA, Scicncc Course. Mlisic Fnstivalg Girls' Club: Lcaderslup Groupg Local Honor Rollg North Star Staffg Senior M'xt'r Com.g Senior Prom Coni.g Stu' dent Councilg Hall Cadutg AllfCity Orchestra. ALICE C. LANDOXYSKI. Eluctivu Coursc. PETER H. LASKOSKI. IR, Science Coursc. Srnior Exec. Com.: Scnior Prom. Com.: Svnior Prom. Court of Honorg Student Council, Truasllrcrr Hoostvr Boys. 'I'rcasurt'r3 hlr. Prom. Court of Honor: Cafctvria Catlvtg Hall Catlvt. EILEEN M. LEVIN. English Courrr. Urology Clluhq Gnls' Clulvg Guidance Room lvlonitoig Lcatlcrahip Gioupg Li' hrary lvlonitorg Local Honor Rollg Nlonitor in "Avg Na' tional Honor Sociutyg Tattlur Annual. Asaoc. Etlitorg Hall Cadct. XYILLIAIVI R. LINDER. Elcctixt' Coursc. Spaniali Clulw, CLARA B. LORENZI. Sciunu: Coursr, Guls' Atlx. "N"g Girls' Clulvg Stutlcnt Councilg Hall Canlvt. DAVID E. LORENZI. Elective Course. Hall Cadet. ,IOHN E. MACHT. Elective Course. Chess Clubg Hall Cadetg Cafeteria Nlonitor. LULA J. MACAR. Science Course. Leadership Groupg Lihrary Nlonitorg Local Honor Rollg National Honor Societyg Student Court. Seeretaryg Allfffity Band. JUNE H. MAJEST. Stenographic Cours BEVERLY C, MANIACI. Elective Course. Gzrlsi Club: Leadership Uroupg Library Mcxnitorg Masqiiersg Office Ivionitorg Senior Class Playg Senior Gift Committeeg Stu- dent Councilg Booster Cluhg Variety Showg Hall Cadetg Senior Prom. Court of Honor. ESTHER IVIANUFF. Elective Course MARLENE A. MARINELLIU, English Course. Chemistry Cluh, Vice-President: Girls' Cluhg Leadership Groupg Local Honor Roll: Student Councilg Tattler Annual. DOUGLAS R. MARR. Elective Course. Stage Crew, Nlanagerg Cafeteria Service. WILLIAM F. MASTERS, Elective Course BETTY WI, MEISSNER. Elective Course. Nlusic Festival. CAROL M, MESSING, Elective Course. Miisic Festival: Girls' Clulw. ,IOANNE A. INIEYER. Elective Course. Student Council, CHRISTINE M. MUELLER. Elective Course. Girls' Clulwg Senior Exec. Come Student Councilg Variety Shoxvg Hall Cadet. SHIRLEY A. MUELLER. Stenographic Course, Local Honor Rollg Nlasquersg National Honor Societyg North Div. Honor Clula: AllfCity Choirg Triple Trio. NANCY A. MUENCHOXY. Stenographic Course, Girls' Cluhg Leadership Croupg Masqliersg Office NIonitorg Sen- ior Exec, Com.g Senior Prom. Com.g Student Councilg Booster Cirlsg Hall Cadet, NANCY A. NACJEL. Elective Course. Girls' Clulvg Sen' ior Exec. Com.g Student fllJllI1CIlQ Var.ety Shoxvg Hall Cadet. MARY A. NETERVAL. Elective Course. CHARLOTTE M, NEUISER, Science Course. Girls' Clulw: Leadership Groupg Local Honor Rollg Nlonitor in Ag Na' tional Honor Societyg North Div. Honor Cluhg Office Nlonitorg lX'ehster Society. JUNE RALPH XV. NEVER, Elective Course. Football DONALD H. NIEMOTH. Elective Course. Biology Clubg Swimming Team UNHQ Photo Clubg Mcixiitorg Noon Hour Cadet, Captain. PHYLLIS I. NOLOP. Elective Course. Chemistry Clubg Girls' Clubg Masquersg Senior Class Play, Committee. CAROLMAE F, NUMRICH. Elective Course. Music Fesf tivalg Chess Clubg Girls' Clubg Masqucrsg Office Munitorg Rest Room Monirorg Variety Showg Noon Hour Cadctg All-City Band. SHIRLEY M, OHL, Science Course. Guidance Room Mon.g Leadership Groupg Library Monitorg Local Honor Rollg Monitor in Ag National Hnnor Societyg Oilice Monitorg Booster Girls, Treasurerg Variety Showg Cen- tennial Pageantg Monitcxr, Student Govt. LOUIS J. PANSKY. Science Course. Football "N'Ag Gym Team "NY: Asst. -Monitor in Ag Student Councilg Swimming Team HN' g Tattler Annual, Sports Editor. RQEEET J. PARKER, Manual Arts Course, Biology u . CHARLES G. PFISTER. Elective Course, Music Festivalg Cafeteria Monitorg Variety Show. EARL T. PIBER. Science Course. Stage Crewg Variety Show. BEVERLY J. PICUS. Elective Course. Library Mnnimrg Mzgquersg Senior Class Playg Student Cuuncilg Hall Ca et. XVAYNE E, PIERCE. Elective Course. Music Festivalg Centennial Pageant. JOAN I. PIERING. Elective Course. Girls' Clubg Hall Cadet. DONALD D. PIRNER. Science Course. Student Cuuncil. JOYCE C. PITROF. Elective Course. Leadership Group, CLIFFORD R. PITTS. Science Course IRENE bl. POEPPING. Elective Course, Music Feslivalg Library Ivlonitorg Triple Trio. IRVIN POGROB. Elective Course. Basketball i'N"g Fuutf ball LIACQUELINE A, RADTKE. Stenugrapliic Course. Girls' Clubg Student Council. GRADUATES x. 'N JUNE ,BETTY gl. RECHLIN. Stcnographie Course. Girls' Cluh. DONALD L. REGER. Elective Course. Hall Cadetg Cap and Gown Committee. GLORIA C. REICH. Stenographie Course. ALICE L. REIMANN. Elective Course. Chemistry Club, Chess Clulng Leadership Groupg Masquersg Student Conn' cxl. OLLIE l'. RENFRO. Elective Course. LUIS l'. RODIG. Science Course. Mlisie Festixalg Chem' istrv Clulwg Chess Clulug Girlsi Ath. "N"g Girlsi Clubg Leadership firoupg Local Honor Rollg Monitor in Ag Na' tional Honor Soeirtyg North Div. Honor Clubg Senior Class Playg Student Councilg Variety Showg AllfCity Orehestrag Centennial Pageant. LOIS D. ROEDER, Elective Coure. Music Festivalg Hall Cadetg Cafeteria Cadet, GERALD M, ROSEN. Science Course. Music Festivalg Local Honor Rollg Senior Prom. Com.g Student Cabinet: Student Council, President and Treasurerg Hall Cadet, Lieutenantg Student Government, Chairmang Senior Gift Committee. ROBERT H. ROSENBAUM, Elective Course. Chess Clulw, Presidentg Stage Crew, Stage Managerg Student Council. VIRGINIA M. ROUSSEAU. Steuographie Course. Girlsi Clula. JOAN M. RUETH. Stenographie Course. Girlsi Clubg Rest Room Mon,g Student Council, Centennial Pageant. ANTON l'. SAUER. Elective Course. Leadership Groupg lvIou1tor, Student Government. ROSETTA SAVAGE, Elective Course. L1?I?lLNN T. SAVARD. Stenographie Course. Girlsi ,.u . CAROL M. SCHADEK, Elective Course. Girls' Cluhg Guidance Room Mcvr1.g Leadership Groupg Local Honor Rollg Monitor in Ag Variety Shuwg Triple Trio: National Honor Society. -IUANNE SCHAEL. Elective Course, Girls' Clubg Leader' ship Groupg Loeal Honor Rollg Nlonitor in Ag National Honor Soeietvg North Div. Honor Clulug Tattler Annual, F ypisr. MARLENE ,l. SCIHALTON. Elective Course. Music Fesf tivalg Girls' Clulwg Student Councilg Centennial Pageant: Hall Monitor. MARY ANN T. SCHIVIALZ. Seienee Course. Girls' Clubg Leadership Groupg Loeal Honor Roll: Masquersg Nlonitor in A, Assistantg National Honor Society: Senior Mixer Come Student Councilg Variety Showg Student Govern- ment Monitor, GRADUATES PATSY J, SCHNIEICHEL. Nlathlsmatics Courant Girls' Ath. "Nug Girls' Club. Priisidcntq Cuidancu Room Nlon.g Lcadcrship Groupg Ivlonitor in A3 National Honor Sotxctyg North Div, Honor Cluhg North Star Stallg Ullici- Mnnif torg Scnior Prom. Com.g Stuclcnt Councilg Tattlcr An- nual, Edito1'finfChicfg Variuty Show, LAVERNE H, SCHNHDT. Elrctivc Coursu. SHIRLEY M. SCHNECK. Stunograpluc Courw. Girls' Clubg Leadership Groupg Local Honor Rollg Nlonitor in Ag National Honor Socictyg North Div. Honor Clulxg Tattlcr Annual, Typistg Hall Caclrt. DONALD SCHOENINCI. English Coursr. Nlonitor, Stu' dent Govcrnmunt. JERRY M. SCHRETBER. Scicncc Courw. BARBARA A. SCHROEDER. Elnrtivu Count: lvlasqucrsg North Star Staff, RITA V. SCHUELLER. Stcnouraphlc Courbc. JANITH E, SCHULTZ, Elcctixf Course, Mllsic Fcstivalg Hall Cadet. HAROLD K, SCHULZ, History Course. llaslgntlvall MNH: Football "NHL Monitor in Ag Student Council: Hall Cadctg klr. Prom. Kinug Boostcr Boys: Prcsidciit of Scninr Class, ROBERT E. SCHULZ. Enqliah Coursc. Senior Gilt Com.g Trcasurcr of Senior Classy Hall Catlctg l'rt'sitlt'nt oi Fresh' man Class. ROY A. SCHULZ. Elective Course. LOIS N, SCHNVAIVTB. Stcnn-graphic Course. Mllsic FCS' tival: Girls' Club, RUTH A, SERRES. Electric Course, lvluaic Fustivalg Girls' Clubg Lcadurship Groupg Senior Mixt-r Com.g Senior Prom. Com.g Varirty Show. ROSE SHIELMAN. Elrcrlvc Coursr. lvluaic Fcstivalg Girlsi Cluh, Trcasurcrg lvlasqllvra. DOROTHY M. SHCUEMAKER. lflvctiw Colufc. Mtlsic Fcstivalg Girl! Clulag Lihrarx lvlorutorg Srnioi' Class Play. XYAYNE E. SHORT. Elcctixt' ffoluw. Nfith Star Stalfg Track "N"g Hall Catlct. NANCY S. SILVERSTFIN, linglibh flourfv. Forcnsii: Tcamq Cirlf' Clulag Mzistjlli-rag Srnior Clla-5 lllay: Spanish Cluhg Studcnt Councilg XVrxtu1's' Clulw. KENNETH C. SMITH. Sunnis Coluw. Slutlwni Couucilg Track "NHL Hall Catlut. 1 ws 5 sm rt WILLIAM J. SNYDER. Elective Course. DOROTHY A. SOSSONG. Elective Course. JOHN SOTIROS. Science Course. Chemistry Club, Presif dent, Senior Exec. Com.g Student Council, Hall Cadet. DONNA MAE D. SPANGENBERG. Elective Course. Chess Cluhg North Star Staff, Variety Show, Centennial Paqeantg Hall Cadet. MARLENE SPILGER. Elective Course. DONALD STEFFEN, Science Course. STANLEY F, STEIN. Science Course. Chemistry Clubg Monitor in A, Asst., Rest Room Monitor. DOLORES L. STEINFADT. tivalg Chess Club, Girls' Variety Showg Hall Cadet. Elective Course. Music Fes- Clubg Leadership Groupg NVILLIAIVI L. STEINMETZ. Elective Course. Motion Picture Operator, Student Photo Club, President. Council, Tattler Annualg CHARLOTTE L. STERN. Elective Course. Biology Clubg Girls' Clubg Student Councilg Monitor in Cafe- teriag Hall Cadet. VIRGINIA STOFFLET. Stcnographic Course. Music Fes' tivalg Local Honor Rollg Hall Cadet. BARBARA STONE. Elective Course. Music Festival: Monitor in Study Hall, Senior Class Play. LOIS F. STUMPF. Science Course. Music Festival, Girls' Clubg Leadership Groupg Library Monitorg Masquersg Student Council, Variety Showg Senior Gift Com. LEON SZACHMUNDES. Elective Course. Biology Club. CONRAD H. TEGTMEIER. Science Course. Basketball ..N ., EUGENE R, TEMPLE. Elective Course. Music Festivalg Variety Showg Track 'iN"g CrossfCnuntry "N"g All' City Choir, Art Club. LOIS C. TESSENDORF. Stenographic Course. Girls' Ath. "NVQ Girls' Clubg Masquersg North Star Staffg Rest Room Monitorg Variety Showg Centennial Pageantg Hall Cadet, Lieutenant. GERALD E. TESSIER. Elective Course PAULINE G. THOIWPSON, Elective Course. Mlisic Fes- rivalg Chess Cluhg Girls' Cluhg Leaderslrp Grmipg All' City Choirg Variety Showg Triple Tring Hull Monitor. SHIRLEY R. THRESHER, Science Course. Girls' flllIlW. ARLEEN M. 'l'lMM. Elective Course. Mlisie Festival: Chess Cluh, Treasurerg Girls' Ciuhg Office Miiiiiriii'g Varzety Showg Cadet, Noon Proqrani, PHYLLIS Zvi. TOBIN. Steiiograpliic Cmirsc. Milsic Fesf rivalg Guidance Room Mciriitcirg Local Honor Roll: Var ety Showg Centennial Pageantg AllfCity Choir. MARILYN L. TOMAN. Elective Cnurst IANICE D, TROTT, Elective Course. Miisie Festivrilg ' Chernistrv Cluhg Girls' Ath. "N"g Girls' Clulig Rest Room Nlonitorg Variety Showg Allfffity Choir. MELICENT N, TUCKER. Elective Course. DOLORES M. TURENSKE. Elective Course. Miisie Festival. JOAN B. UNTREFF. Stenographic Course. Girls' Clluhg Leadership Groupg Senior Exec. Com.g Hall Cadet, VANESSA M. VANIER. Stenographie Course. Girls' Clubg Student Council. RUTH L. VOGT. Elective Course. Miisic Fcstivalg Girls' Ath. "N"g Girls' Gluhg Student Council: hlr. Prom. Court of Honorg Senior Prom. Court of Honorg Hall Cadctg Senior Gift Com. BARBARA R. XVALTERS. English Course. Mrisic Fcsf tivalg Chess Clubg Girls' Clubg Leadership Group: Student Councilg Variety Showg jr. Prom. Queen: Sr. Prom. Court of Honor, BETTY I. XVASRUD, Science Course. Girls' Cluhg Otlirc Monitor. DELORES E. YVEISS. Elective Course. Girls' Clulw: Office Monitor. HELENE YVEISS. Elective Course. Girls' Cluln: Cafeteria Monitor. PATRICI N'ERSCHEM Elective Course. Mllsic A A. XI . Festivalg Girls' Clubg AllfCity Choirg Hall Cadet. NANCY A, XVIERSCHEIVI. Elective Course. Girls' Cliihg Student Councilg Hall Cadet. EARL G. YVILLIAIXAS. Elective Course, Milsie Fustivalg GRADUATES .IUNE GRADUATES GERALDINE M. XVILLIAMS. Elcctive Course. Girls' Clubg Mzissgiiers. NAOMI C. XVILSON. Stenograplxic Course, JOYCE J. WORGULL. Stenugraphic Course. Masquers. DONALD E. WUNDERLICH. Elective Course. Student Councilg Hall Cadet. RALPH E. YELLICK, Science Course, Music Festivalg Biology Clubg Centennial Pageant. JEAN A. YOUNGS. Elective Course PATRICIA ZACHER. English Course. Girls' Clubg Girls' Ath. 'ANUQ Rest Room Monitiirg Student Council. DELORES M. ZELLNER. Elective Course. Music Festivalg Girls' Club. JOHN A. ZENISEK. Elective Course. Masquersg Stage Crew. BONNIE L. ZIEHL. Elective Course. Girls' Clubg Hull Cadet. KENNETH G. ZVJERLEIN. Elective Course. Monitor in Ag North Star Staff. NOT PHOTOGRAPHED ROGER K. BACON. Science Course. BETTE A. DENNE. Elective Course. Music Festivalg Hall Cadet. PAUL J. MCCLOSKEY. History Course, XVebster Societyg Hall Cadet. PROSPECTIVE SUMMER SCHOOL GRADUATES JEROME XV. BARAL. Elective Course. Cafeteria, Hall Cadet. SANDEE S. BORKIN, Elective Course. Mxxsic Festivalg Girls' Club. DOROTHY A. BUEHRENS. Elective Course. Girls' Club. JEAN M. BUEHRENS. Elective Course. Music Festivalg Girls' Club. DELORES A. CUTURIA. Elective Course. Girls' Club. KARL M. DREIHAUPT, JR. Elective Course. Gym Team "N"g Student Councilg Tattler Annualg Booster Boysg AllfCity Gymg Variety Showg Hall Cadetg Cafeteria Monitor. SUMMER SCHOOL NANCY LEE FLINT. Elective Course. Hull Cadetg Cafeteria Monitor, MARY KALYVAS. Elective Course. DORIS KRUEGER. Elective Course. DOROTHY KRUEGER. Elective Course FAY LEBERMAN. Elective Course. Music Festivalg Girls' Clubg Masquersg Office Monitorg Senior Class Play. LAXVRENCE LENSKI. Elective Course. Music Festivalg Variety Shovvg Hall Cadet. VIVIAN E. LOCKE. Science Course. Music Festivalg Leadership Groupg Local Honor Rollg Student Councilg National Honor Society. JOSEPH A. MARCHESE. Elective Course DOROTHY E. NELSON. Stenographic Course. Girls' Clulwg Office Monitorg Spanish Club, ROMONA J, PESKIE. Elective Course. Girls' Club. GEORGIANNA PUTNAM. Elective Course. CAROL V. ROSSINE. Elective Course MARLENE A. SCHVJACH, Elective Course. Girls' Clubg Docter's Room Monitor, BILL R. SOMMER. Elective Course YVONNE D. THRESHER. Science Course. Girls' Clubg Library Monitor. LORETTA XVALLNER. Elective Course. ROSE M. ZEMANOVIC. Elective Course. Music Festival: Student Council. SUMMER SCHOOL GRADUATES NOT PHOTOGRAPHED GEORGE KALMAN. Elective Course. ROBERT RECHT. Elective Course. ROBERT J. SCHAEFER. Elective Course. VJALTER STEFFEN. Elective Course. CAROL ROFFERS. Elective Course. SEM. 7 SENIGRS Row 1: N. Zastrow, D, Vfagncr, P Brcman, M. Bingcnhcimer, D, Rohdc T. Potratz, G. Taddey. Row 2: M. Volkcrt, B, Szimuuls, R Szewczyk, J. Valcntinc, M. Schwzich S. Oppermzmn, J. Vvbrmsbachcr, N. Schwartz. Row 3: Thcudur, J. Vfarc, S NVelsch, C, Rossinc, E. Rcsch, A. NVillman, M. Raschko, L. Scheidt. Row 4: D. Stout, G, Shipley, D. Wig ner, R. Vv'olfsohn, S. Wzischcr, M XVcrnecke, B. NVcngv:r, B. Schmidt. SPONSOR JUNIOR BOYS IN MA" MR. EARHART Row 1: Y, Andcrsun, C. Tcqtmcicr, W. Mnnscn, J. Milner. Row Z: D, Eigcn, L. Drews, J. FcltCS L. Blunizl, K. Swanson, D. Manz. Row 3: B. Schmidt, R. Knic, R. Przcworski, D. Jackson, F. Birts, B. Bronibcrg, J. Bcfus, K. Laatsch, E. Krascniann. Row 4: B. Tittclfltz, A. Sinrdia, B. Drchcr, E. ,Mayan M. Szmfclippu, i R. Young, R. Lcrdahl. 1 N N JUNIOR B0Ys my MR. MEYER Row 15 A, Ricmer, A. NCxX', D. Hamann, Mr, Mcycr, D. Schreiber, J. King. Row 2: R, Crap, R, Mueckc, J. Clanin, J. Bub, T. Jansen, C, Pctcr' sun. Row 3: J, Thancy, J. Jastcr, J. Kmclialk, F. Ruth, T. Lcssilu, M. Fricdcwuhl, D, Barth. Y GROUPS... SEM. 7 SENIORS Row 1: B. Pollnow, D. Cuhcn, B. Wim, D, Tam-cr, J. Eben, K. Fischer. i Row Z: T. Scdivy, R. Rzlbimwitz, M. Pike, A. Snap, D. Stcinfzxdt, D. Nui' son, G. Strcluw. Row 3: G. Runnclls, F. Rows, I VVright, Stcinfest, F. Bzlkur, M. Pirtleman, D. Vnnicr. Row 4: P. Srmda, D. Pcdriana. T. Grimm, E. Blumbcrg, B, Licdcrbzxch, H. Gross, R. Raasch. Y SEM. 7 SENIORS Ruw 1: D. Zqzmjar, D. Zclgur, I. S1:m'm'1', S. Rzuasch, J. Scfum, N. Snllwxtz, L. Piolxncicr. Rmx' Z: L. Huuchlcr, U. Mwlcy, Cl. Juno, L. D+fcr1', F. Klcbzx, nl. Iicnalm. Rmx' 3: XY, Bryn, M. Bxlxgvnhninxw. D. Colman, D. Flshrr, R, Clushn, S, flcrck, D. Buclmlmrx, D. Buivr. Ruy 4: T. Sulivy, B. Pvxllxww, I.. Fllrlung, H, Munn. .I. Klzasxxrr, S. Kcswlrr. K. Oldham. K. Ahstfm. SEM. 7 SENIQRS Ruw l: L. Denning, C. Hzxrtzug, N V Kliiford, C. Chmmd, C. Hzwkcxw, Lcvckv, S. Hluvzn. Rmx' Z: T. Kzlilzls, S. Leif, D. Kunzc I N. Mzxllxxfztz, I. Fvlkvr, D. Bmwn B. Hull, D. Gibson. Row 3: KI, Lzmda, C. j4lchLhl1l'uCr. ,T Holiccr, P. Fitch, F. Limit. M Grccnluuf, M, Dzmicls, B. jznirm. Row -4: A. Frye, I. Burizm, D Fcnskv, A. Karrzxs, xl. Hzulhrlch. D Kruvgcr, D. Krucgcr, RI. Umlld. H Mvlchiori. Roy' 5: E. C1'iclur,nwiQr, R. Lczafh, D . . Y , C.:xssa1'1c, N. Newton, I . Dlmzxgg U L. jfxqkc, D. Hzxucustum, M. Hmzll 1. jcflurson. HOME ROOM 017 MISS STOEKLE X Row 1: H. Hundricscr, R. Imsc. XV. Poppcrxdrzrf, T. T2ldLICy', LI. Ilmu' burger, B. Brzmdunstcin, Row Z: D. Schcununmnn, J. Wondt. 1. Buchhcrger, M. Klcm, P. Hucmr D. Pmbst, I. John. Row 3: XV. Lynch, YV. Iwlmmmm. Ynuck, j. Hcbcrcr, C. Hartnmxm, li. Clunin, P. O'Dumwll. Ruxx' 4: XV. Altmzmn, C. Krull, -I. Rcinkc, B. Hcdccrx, XV, Pcrumm, Ii Shupc, D, Stcincggcr, R. Krwdl. HOME ROOM 104 MISS GOELZER Rmv 1: Iviiss Guclzcr, S. Hunt. I.. XX sh 4 'ag mgtm, K. Lzxrswn, V. Rlchtcl E. Aman. Row 2: D. Iiuszxlzxcrhi, A. Ihaulxlw, C' Nimmick, C. Kolnskc, A. Iicckcr, Lcspurzmcc, E. Mxrmrnxh. M Row 3: C. Bruce, T. I'i1nmcrx11gum, XVCIIS, R. Zimmurmzm, J. Bigcluw. Klllhrmck, B. Spmcrl. M In Row 4: L. Kllpslcin, A. Klmsy, R Hair. T. Kmq. R. XVUII, D. Kcllvr. A. Auhk. N, Kldd-lu. SPONSOR HOME ROOM 09 MISS BRAUN Raw 1: M. Wolkcnstcin, XV, Lanz, Miss Braun, G. Bmmbcrg, A. XVood. Row 2: I.. Mnscvn, Ladwig, Pmring, G. Brych, B, Poczcsny, H. Lzmda. Row 3: C. Smith, B. Hxll, C. Franke, I7. Curran, Id. Bmgcnhcimcr, K. Hgmscn. Row 4: G. Dumlcc, C. XV:ulr1mn. C. Hagcnsick, H. Richter, C. MiIlc1', R, Frindell. I GROUPS... HOME ROOM 105 MRS. MacKEDON Row 1: R. Hzirpnlu, L. Harmon, C Hcndcrsnn, A. Sclmumziclicr, R. Mucl lsr, T. Bcngstnn. Row Z: E. Johnson, J. Klnknw, H Emmcr, B. Enggcif, I. Rnlvinsuu, I Mukansky, S. Vviciss. Row 3: A. Moran, S. Shavers, A Bailey, C, Hnlfcrt. F. Harrell, B Grccnlwug, D. XV1nnsi:r. Rnw 4: C. Ricskc, I. Wurdntn, M Bcnnvf, R. Bcru. T. Kurth, Mrs Mziclfudnn. JUNIOR GIRLS IN "A" MISS SCHERKENBACH Ruw 1: Miss Scherkenbach, A. Peter sun, D. Stnnlcy. E. Zincln, B. Vfallcn lung, J. Pctruslcy, J. YVinCll. Row Z: C, Zellner, M. Norman, J Kaiser, M, Siegfried, S. Bowen, .I Wnlil, V. Post, V. Kozlow, Ruxv 3: L. Fziwlcy, P. W'allncr, E Robinson, P. Foley, M. Trachscl, M Schroudcr, M. Delijn, B. Baumann. Row 4: P. Scharfcnbcrgcr, J, Gieser B. L:-xalvs, M. Eckstcin, B. Mitchell C. Anderson, M. GrafI, F. Bobo, L Larsen. JUNIOR GIRLS IN "A" MRS. NYBERG Row 1: C, Vfojack, P. Cicscmicr, E Krcnusz, P. Padclcn, L, Sabcrt, C Lcx. C, Lotzin, B. Iahn. Row 2: Mrs. Nybcrg, A, Lucdtke, B NIcCnnnc1l, M. Bassett, M. Knufl mann, J. Schubert, D. Tcsch, J. Mcrklcin. Row 3: AI. xlYCI1ll3Y1dt, B. Buatnn, M. Sclxcrluzlrth, M. Jcnkins, V. Fnllzmlmuc, C, Brcnncr, C. Bnmrn, Il. Sculvcrt, B. Spaulding. Ruw 4: P. Buchwltz, E, Dioncsnpulns, B. Cuskcy, M. Schultz, Cl. Weiss, R. Zahn. B. Graff, QI. Mclchcrt. Row 7: sl. Lzilxl. V. Kicldnn, C. Schrncclstr, 1. Nclsun, M, Litlin, C, Zciuc, J. Rzismusscn, N. Marinellui Rnygglzx, B. Ottosmn, C. Knrth, R R. Plnlkin, B. Schwinclt, C. Bcthlcc. ASSEMBLY B 41x MRS, BQLTZ Rxxxx l: C,. Ixunquxft. IJ. XX1u'm'x'. Mar. lixfltz. 13. XY1ggrx't, LI. Kynnib, Rx-xx 2: J. Hx1'lx'1'. If. Zlrglur, XX . Iixu'lxrxx'x'. D, Rxch. F, 1. .Q .u XX. Nvxx lumix. . 5 1. . x' Av. . r '. Rxxx' T: Il. limhlwr, IJ. Nxxxzgur. f lu rx A I5 In' Ii ku lk I7 ffl uhuxlt, Rx-.x 4: f. Hx-xmnxuxm, A. lfrlmm. I Srgxlxkv. li. Ywf. H, XXQAQMZ fv14f-Rxxxxzlf.. ASSEMBLY B qzp Miss HALBACH Ruxx' 1: Miss Hnlhaxclm, C. Stichl, Maxlml, Cl, Lvlnkc, D. Liugunfcldulg lilnrgr. Raxxx' Z: 11. klanlm. QI. Khlgclxlmclx, Wlmllv, Y. 'I'1nx'shv1', A. Shnpim, Ifpkrr, A. Tlxmlxll. Rrxxx' 3: S. Nrrzlwaml, IS. XY1xgm'1', Qlxvlnxf, M. flhnsr, AI. Kniv. Inwugr, ll. lizxrr. x wso- SPONSOR ASSEMBLY B C39 MR. ADAMUS .xxx 1: ff I3.m'x'. XY. IH-lx-ns. Mx'. AJ.u1ma, A l'xxxu'1'N. R. Ivfirr. mx It A. Hrrxng. W. Chcvfclwwzxn, XX, Kuxxmllx, L. Clllrlry, Nl. Cxmllms, S, Smgx r. uxx' 2: XY. I5xu'lmx', R. fl.u'dru, D. Mx-xvr, I1 liznlxlmzcr, R. Tx'xm11m'1'. R. Publ. :xx 4: If. l'mpl1vtx'1', F. Hvulxv, L. Fx':ux:l1xn'ivr, IF, Sclxcldrclxw, IS, Kmmf sky, I. Dlmxxvwml. RCUPS . .. ASSEMBLY B-- ROW 6 MRS. WILLIAMSON Row l: I. Licbncr. P, Louis, Mrs. Vfil Iielnxsun, M. Schcuncmnnn, J. Makin un. Row Z: B. Schmidt, C, Wagner, L Knauck. G. Pickard, C. Mcissner, D Staffurd. Row 3: J. Eichmzm, C. Kilday, C Hcrbsr, N. Oputz, A. Brcnnan, C Hznunvr. Row -4: D. Karp, Chevalier, M Stuwcrs, M. Uh, M. Rurth. ASSEMBLY B 445 Miss HEIDEN Ruw 1: C. Hotbar, B. Rank, Mia Hcxdcn, B. Fzxcklcr, Olson. Row Z: D, Kosut, S. Ijupplcr, P. Cul Im, II, Moorlvcck, L. Pmmtck, VI XX'L'd:cwo1'tl1. Row 3: P. Cross, If Luudku, G. Vlcr kzmdt, D. Suymnich, R. Clfxrrzm, K Nluvllvr. ASSEMBLY B Q55 MR. FIELDS Rcvw 1: IVI11 Fields, D. Radscck, R Pmworski, YV. LCLJIHIYLI, H. Poctsch D. Kruitluw. Rm-x Z: R. Hucbncr, L, Sccklin, D Zzxlm, A, Hortmzm, F. Schmuhd, R Lvlmvr, 0. Full. Rmx 3: C. Kciuclt, R. Gcrndt, Bzltdxrlur, R. Drncs. J. Thancy, ' Clmmsiggny, C, Pzmcr, R. XVa1'IXcr. L Il fm. ASSEMBLY B Q91 MR. ATNVELL uw l: Nfl: Arwull, C, Haincr, L. Krugman, U, Guuthcl, J. Woods, H. XVolfgrunx. uw Z: R. Mznuritz, C. Zunisck, NV. Wuxvroznck, N. XVurmun, E, Schutt, F. Kirkpatrick, C. Hcinitz. Row 3:v?2A. Stut.zman,.:'B. Vvkrlkcr, J. Klug, J. Ruddcmnnn, N. Vvfinnig, K. Scnkcrik, R. Runnclls, 'KU-fgfi- SPONSOR ASSEMBLY B Q7j MR. BERGEIM Ruw 1: R. McMillan, D. Ryan, Mr. Bcrguim, -I. Mcmgu, R. Fcldstcin. Ram' Z: D. Numan, junker, A. Lvus, NV. Klcm, R. Quast, G. Fuudcn. Ruw 3: D. Mucllcr, C. Lurmless, G. Kulrurmgmn, R. Mlxcllcr, XY, Knuepf pul. ASSEMBLY B 489 MRS. SHULTIS Rmv 1: Mrs. Shultis, A. Schicfclbcin, D. Mcrtz, L. Hullcy, M. NVcigcl. Row 2: D. Cox, S. NVorny, B, Hack' lmrth, M. Fclsing, B. Spilgcr, D. U'Dunm-Il, D. Huusc. Ruw 3: C, XVohl, L. Johnscn, E. Sntkzx, G. Hukzxri, M. Ponik, D. Kcllcr, J. Hcidcn. GROUPS HOME ROOM IIN MISS SCHAEFER Ram I: Miss ScI1m'iIrr, M. Acllnml, C. Sxqurz, M. Wimcratvcn, IJ. Iiirlcr, C. Buxmcll Rim- I: xl. Kmlm, M. Ocrndt. P, Rislxf QI, IJ. Orxffitlxs, G. Nicsl, D. Bugust. Row 3: J. Ihndlcy, N. Thoms, C, H112. G. Srcfzmcc, ,I. Lcichtflxss, J. Exchmzm, If. Asclxcnhnch. Ilmv 4: G. Schmid, I.. Cnnxpbvll, R. Haxtrmdzx. O, NYimt4m, R, I.citmgcr, NI. jncubsclw, II. Paul. HOME ROOM 106 MISS SHERMAN Ibm' I: T. ihlcnhnclx. IV. Kclrh, Lung. T. klzlhnkc, R. Pulluwskj, Cnhcn. Row Z: M, Hwppv, R. Hcwnxslxcr, IIrunn, L, Schndrk. CI, Uurrntlx, Sorkin, A, NVmbbul. R S J, M Row 3: L. NI:ucDun:1ld, A. Gurncrt, J. un L Qusxsius, I.. XVcnsing, R. I.cI1m:u , 'I'I1mgnwrtmm. Miss Shurlnulw. HOME ROOM 109 MISS RAETZMANN Rum I: CI. Kffhlmkv. R. 'I'vmpIv1n:m, M. Iiuhff. A. I'-wwvll, II. Umm, f XX'lx1tx1m1'r. Rm. 2: MlfQ Rxnrtzlxmlm. I. XX.nItvx', ,I Iiwxvv. A. I.,umumlu. CI. Srvwxnt, I Sclmxrm. Huw 3: I. Szlnfuluppw, R. I'wl.Imky, B Ullmgm. I.. Iillmun, CI. 'I'uIlxcr, A Plxsmlzu. Rmv -4: II. ,Iulux vl. Ilzuml, IJ. Vnk. I Umrk, R. XYUIKN, R, XY.:-gnvr, 'I'1nr1Il If HOME ROOM 112 MR. KAMPINE R1111 1: Mr. K:11111w1111'. R. 1111111111. 1 1I11yt1111, R. Z:1111111111, R, A1111111, 11 S1u11a11't. 1f. XY1mf1111. 11111 Z: CI. NYM-. S 1S1'.'11l111111. 1' R115111. 11. C2111111'11111-11. 11. C11.11111'1. N M1111111, 1. M.11'11111'11. R11-.1' 3: 13, O:11s. M. M,111111, 17. M.11 1111, 11. 1.1111111111'11, 17. 11.111c11s11, 12 114111f11c11. ff. S11111111111s. 11. f1.11111, R1111 -1. 11. 11..111, M. 1.11111111. 1 '111111 1' H111111 1 11 C 111111 '. . . 1.11 . '1. .. 2 .-X, K11111'111w1111c11. L. M111'1'111v111:. HOME ROOM 113 MRS. BRITT R1111' 1: M1's. 131111. F. 1i1x'111'1. N 1511f:ct1, S. N1-1111111. 17. Z11111. 15 ,1.1c11s1111. S. 511111, H. K11'111. R1111 2: fl. XYz11':111i14, 1'. 1i1'.111f. ,1 5t111111. S. 114111'y, R. S111111111111. 13 51.1111':y1c. fi. M111i1f1', CI, M11:111. R 111' 1: Y. M1111'1'11. H1'1c111', 11 R1 R. SQ11111g:111'1', 15. H1111. A. V.1111.1, M 1.111gu1'1:1:111. 11, 1.1':11:, M. M111:.111. K X1'1:11111'1'. 111 4: A. S.-11111111, 15, XYUQ111, .1 C1:1'c11:111, T. 1i111'111.11111. A. 3111111111 R. N1s1111', M, AQL11111111. 11. 111111111 R. K1111111111 111' 1: R. Sc1111111111'11p. R. XY1t1. M 17111111'1w. R. N1'111141111'1'. R. 1111111111111 N. Mg1.111r, M. K1'1111'I'. U. 11111121 17 151:11111. 15. S111111111111. SPONSOR .1 HOME ROOM 122 MR. McGARTY R1111' 1: Mr. McCarty, NV. Harrison, 13. Huxv1.111.1, B. Z111111, R. Damask, B. Hz111111111c11. R1111' 2: T. Rchstuck, ,1v .1c11k111s1m, 1. S1up11u11s1111, D. Hcrbst, B, Barsch, A. Pom, 15, Vlatsnnn. R1111' 3: -1. Buugc, M. NVi11ke1, L. JQ111-11011, A. Wcstbrouks, R, Reblin, S. Kraft. Row -1: H. ,1cf1'urs11n, R. Moffatt, R. Hngunstcilx, T, Szxwilll, F. Robinson, U, 1J1lilSC1X. m fi GRCUPS ROOM 206 MISS BERGEN Rmv I: M155 Iivrgrn. M. Sqluw. Kwilvr, XY. Rzmfmzum, I. C:u'l1zllxu I.qumv, CI. XVu1fsfml1u. Rfww 2: H. Kuhn. Cl. ScIx11Ixm:m11, Twig, If. Drchcr, R. Rzmdulplu, I.11lwtsIry, D. Stewart. Rmv 3: B. ITiscI1cr, J, Vw':xL1Itc1's, Schlcbsl, D. Hutz, N. Klrlurltcr, Flush, T. Ruusur. R. Brcudvl. Rum' 4: NV. Yollnqqrcn. A. Mcyurr. R1cIml'4I. IU. St:u1':uI, XV. Iizurrcll, Srninlu. M. Andvrsun, IVI. flzwdx. HOME ROOM 201 MR. PRITCHARD Rmv I: Mr. Pritchurcl, I. Albcr, D Rnmthin, R. Knapp, M. Fisher, S Ohniug. Rum' Z: S. Buicr. D. Kowitz, R Nlcach, T. Schrqcdcr, C. Engelke, L Burkhnrdt, M, Gcnglcr. Row 3: M. Timm, R. Ladwig, M Kuchncl, H. Buchrens, R. Slavik B. Rocts, C. Meyer. Ruw 4: N. Kanitz, B. Brown, I Eckhoif, VJ. Baker, J. Hrwscr, G Drew, J. Bcrtling. ROOM 203 MISS SMAIL Row 1: Miss SmaiI, D. Rucnsch, C Pcskic, B. Mzltcicka, B. Roifcrs, Y Schmidt. Row 2: H. Gzxlmr, A, I'IUIZI1acuscr, N Bumm, M. Ncumzmn, K, Masnica A, Srudcnvc, G. McPherson. Row 3: M. Mcrtz, B, Blank, C Michels, K. Buclow, P. Shaw, B Gilanc, C, Ranncr, R. Puccio. Row 4: R. Prochnow, J. Kissncr, E Muckerhcidc, 1. Bzlzczinski, E. Her' Thin, T. Karas, P. Hams, M. Schucl cr. l HOME ROOM 208 MISS LUKER Row 1: Miss Lulcer. B, Taugner, B Shimelc, B, Behrens, T. Eiscnhut, A Licfkc, E. jones. Row 2: C. Klein, D. Kruschlca, Hcberer, G. Purifuy, D. Schultz, Mormon, R. Dunn. K If Row 3: j. Arnclr, J. Kohlwciss, N Kuhlmann, M, Schulz, V. Golden bcrg, R. Quusig, R. Reuter. Row 4: Merkel, G. Lictzke, M Hoelilson, L. Lewis, C. Barnard, E Beyer, D, Raymus. HOME ROOM 210 MR. GEE Row l: P. Hurley, M. Runge. Reinlae, Mr. Gee, sl. Zfllmann, Stutzmzan, B. Ritter. ,l I5 Row 'li I. Bodine, A, Zcretzkc, li Tschzirnack, M. Turek, R. Bcluaxx. B Baikcr, J, Luumbury. Vfegncr, C. Wuud, M. Timm. Tlxornpsfm, ,l. Stott, M. Berg. Row 3: j. jzihn, M. Snrcnslm. I Row 4: F. Fischer, C. Hcmpcl. D Pugh, D. Johuwn, G, Ollie, ,l. Benz .l. Uckcrr. SPONSOR HOME ROOM 205 MISS GREGG Row 1: Miss CWM, M. limes. L. Morehead, H. Eigeu, N. Sunnlers. Row 'lr I. Strand, A, Scziiliidi, AI, Luedtlcc, R. Kalkzx, B. Knux, M. Stein. Row 3: S, Grams, 15. Bundy. M. Hudf son, M. Vifirth, R. hlarrezm, 1. Ox' man. Row 4: Al. Barker, P. Burk, A. Cutler, S. Prvor, A. McCoy. C. Millc1'. GROUPS... HOME ROOM 227 MISS CARROLL Ruw 1: Miss Carroll, E, Olson, C Wulfgram, W. Prince, R, Bohinger K. Dunke, N. Thorpe. Row 2: M. Bnelnw, D, Birmingham j. Gatzow, A. Ohm, K. NVorny, P Ross, N. Opine. Row 3: I. Spzndler, XV. Hehurer, M Plamann, A. Stacie, T. W'ascmiller. E, Lupwigsen, M. Roecz, G. Bartelt. Row 4: C. Koehler, D. Tegtweicr, J Bintzler, S, junker, R. Krueger, B Pngorele, R. Chweitzer, J. Rohrer R. Richter. HOME ROOM 213 MR. KEITH Row I: Mr. Keith, K. Loren, R Blamer, R. Rosenthal, M. Leclder. Row 2: G. Gelhaar, V. Kimball, E Nlorey, D. Gartlcr, C. Matthias, I Flzltoff. Row 3: D, Manfre, D. Dannenmann S. Lesnialc, R. Zaeher, S. Sinclair, S Iviollett, E. Huebner. Row 4: R. Bischoff, P. Stcffcs, K Nagel, D, Shaurette, R. Bryant, I' Peplinslii, M. Koch, HOME ROOM 214 MR. MYRA Z: 5' 5325 35 SEUNFE '-aisra U TIP' SW? 55.712 EF? :NI11:"f:! :sfi"f':: ' 'Q N.. sms' SD? 55' 5 25 a 3 fn? :'. U5 GQ -.I '-I G as f: fl iw ,- .., H 7 :I 5 D2 :S Q. 0 -1 m o :1 fn F 5 H. -4 P-Q m W P-4 o ,': :1 T2 JC -1 K'-5 :x Oprean, R. Chovanee, R. Miebauer. Row -lc R. Nickel, J. Schreiber, G Smith, D. Gilg, T. Bateher, J. Hes: ter, F, Brandt, R. Blumbcrg. HOME ROOM 501 MR. BROOKS Run' l: Mr, Brooks, J. Francis, L. Lakrmtz, R. Fikc, S, Schneider, P. Thxclu, N. Nelson. Row Z: R. Schnllcr, J, Runge, C Ohovritz, C. Mueller, K. Voss, A Goldsmith. Row 3: C. Peck, R, Sivak, S, Rocder P. Nevins, D, Schott, R. Stewart, J Aschenbach. Raw -4: YV. Stcflcns, F. Schulz, H. XYarczak, D. Hirt, S. Kehoe, M Medved, N. Lee, T. Miller. HOME ROOM 231 MISS ROSEN Row l: Misb Ruscn, Hug, D, Sim uns. R. Nlltwn, A. Luwinslcl, R Rugull, A. Thurmcr. Rmv 2: D. Kllchn, P. Ncnatnlclgl, I3 Bllrlxoltz, ,l. North, J. Chlhurt. Cl Clark, D, Hcxmld. Rmx' 3: G. Zrticll, S. LuMny'. J Vfluxtr, J. Stcllrrwzllal, R, Smxth, M Oxmzm, R. l.1+:slm1Lt. XV. Erzmtxl. Roux' -l: E, lXlcvorc, XV. Rmlufpr, YV l'lally1'. XY. Zfmululr, R. XYultcrs. V Vfcmlcl, R. Hlxulirsimlci, Ll. Smut HOME ROOM 232 MR, TRYTHALL Row l: Mr, Trythall, B. Uhcrt, D jnhnsfm, D. Stcphcnsun, K. Brchm B, Keller. Rmv Z: A, Hcydcn, V. Bailey, J Snlxnwridc, Wlics, V. Juhr, A Bruchl, ll. Bosko, Ruw 3: J, Post, E. Marquarclt, L Thulnur, L, Hulnms, D. l-lzmscn, M Krucgur, D. Srhnndr. Row -4: il. Kelly, C, Pctcrsun, M XVlmitfor5.l, C, Schulist, M. Kowalski R, Lum, R. Fischer, I. Franke. HOME ROOM 302 MRS. KNIGHT Row 1: Mrs. Knight, J, Kurzcr, D Pirncr, E, Elias. Row Z: B. Sell, B. Klann, M. Lcm barge, A. Turner, E. NVakins, J Immckus. Row 3: R, lYarrcn, F. Dnoncsopulus, G. Sims, L. Reed, K. Gnllick, J Nleycr. Row 4: D. Lange, K. Nfouncf, R Leach, P. Dimaggio, R. Sims, G Taddcy, J. Clemcnti. HOME ROOM 303 MR. TETZLAFF Row 1: S, Fromstcin, I, Bradley, L Schram, L. NYarn, R. Kzlrznu, Mr Tctzlall. Row Z: M. Dean, D. Pgtcrs, N. Crupi, T. Chcrncy, H. Wagner, F. Vnuk, V, Jackson. Row 3: S. Kznilzxs, C. Mueller, li. Hzxfcmann, V. Nlnttlmcws, L, Cwnlcy, D, lvloravuc, S, Kunzlcr. Kam' -4: S. Slcgcl, K, Buuumt, J. Dzlllf mzm, S, Rivzly. Thunxpson, ,I Nevins, Z. Savage. HOME ROOM 310 MISS THALL , . , lvlxrr, R. Krllrgr, P. llunllz, Suydvr. Nluscr, E. Lillquibt, ll. Nluxxm livlxlimg, -l. lvllnvk. SPONSOR GROUPS... ,L S9 L- Rnw l: Musa Ilmll, T. lNct:l4xml ll lluw Z: S. Spllgvr, Cf. liulw. ll. lqg fl, l7m'T1x1'villv, ,l. fllmtlmm, I7 Dunn. Ruw 3: B. llzxlfctt, 17. llzmnccl. H HOME ROOM 316 MR. FROST Row l: ll. funn. R. Uxafm. ,l. H411 scu. Cl. Hxmslm. L. Cl1.1tlxun1. Mx' Frust. Row 'li D. Star. ,l, Ikkmiluq, M, E1 H man, E. Slmzxpim, T. Zlllgcs, Kccnv. Row 3: H. Sllvcrslcin, D. Andrvr, ll. Laughlin. A. Bviscl, C. Mays, D Hafcman. Row 4: D. Fulz, NV. Hcinzvlmzmn. ll Rossman, D. Jcllurscm. M. julmmun R. Patterson. ASSEMBLY C 12115 MISS CAMPBELL Row l: Mm Cumplwcll. L. Alzlfulmm. L. Mnrnmnmrx, KI. W'ilsun, M Nqupxrx' D, Phulps. D. Dnwscm. Row 2: fl, Main, Tnlmr, l. lflluu S. Schultz, S. Armin, A. Atlus, V, Wciclmr. Row 3: D. Cudlxmki, ,l, Knvuc, l3. Gcrumlrr, li, Luljzlk, ll. lllwcrl, N Amlrcxvs, M, limbs. Row 4: Pam-1, li. Slum, S. flurns, S. Huusc. N. Craft. M. Ott, lj. Hmmd. HOME ROOM 311 MR. THOMPSON Row l: Mr. Thompson, R. Dclmnm C. Millar, Kzxrduwicz, R. Prom wwf. Ram' 2: L, lclinski, D. Marlin, D Dllnulgzm, D. Fluury, L. Schuh D. Lcsalln. Rmx' 3: B. Clsnslcr, IVI, Gcnsc Murphy, E. Huly, P, Pmvrrs Frzmklyrx, M. Vlcsb. Row -1: J. Ludwig, R, Surllx. L limd, H. Twnrljmvslci, Ll. Mcrlclcm Llmlcxr, V. lwblur. HOME ROOM 313 MR. NEWMAN Rmx' 1: J. Pzxutfclx, C. Bcclfcl' Sclxlnk, Mr. Nuxxnum, G. Kitzin A. f'rucmzm, L, Strcluw. Row Z: G. KIHIKSCH, jzxckmn, C.fFcmku, Ccnrncllus. C. Spur. Ruw 3: V. Nurmzl D. Erdnmun G. Mzlllwitz U. E. Crap Tlwx'grx'scn. NY, Slwrt, Britt, S. 'l'lmmpsou, Ruxv -1: Ll. Zxpfcl. K fmt. D. lxxuusc. Thcuriclx, L. Hamlw L. Thunu li. Czulwcll. . Rose. R. L1 A Dx 1 . as 'r, L. Pray. lrB HOME ROOM 323 MR. WARNER Row 1: Mr. YVnrm'x', J. Drummond D. flhwllp, C. Hirschucl, D. T-wlz mmm, E. Opnlcwski. Row Z: M. Jmmcs, N. Vfriqlxt, D Uordun. M. Stuchc, S. Orcnstcm A. Quzmus, R. Mz1x'11frif'. Row 3: R. Fcillvnch, B. Crucganurt. I Hill, I. Park, K. Ronin, j. Schrumlvx' B. Saunders. Ruunvllf. N. Slmgmdl. R. Drlmy. HOME ROOM 324 MISS SCHLATTERER Rmv 1: M155 Schlzlttcrcr. R. ,lulxxmswlm T. Raasch, R. DcTzxrx'1llv, J. Lucky NI. Shox. Row Z: NI. Rcuumcm. L. Dryskn. I, Boker. M. XYa1tc. M. Yuudmmtz. IS Lghmunn. Ruxv 3: E. Schllatvr, IU, Uruwr. IJ Bruusnxu. T. Spnuldlng, U, Ivllclmlrc B. Schwartz, M. Curr. Row 4: E. Kmgnmzm, CI. S.-hlvchrn. T Dcmrmlwggr. M. Hrmv, E. Snsamxg A. Nlxxffzuthy, B. Sclnxwigrr. Rum' 4: H. Sicqcl, R. Efsvxmlwvrg, L Laxsmx. R. Cnrlmku, J. Mlllrr, I' atc How W J ' 5 . BCDOK pl 1 GIRLS' CLUB Row 1: M. Lecher, B. Misun, C. Reich, D. Merkel, D. Karp, E. Krcnusz, B. Mateicka, M. Kuehncl, S. Kailas. Row 2: S. Mullctt, sl. Kaplan, P. junic, J. jackson, L, Schwartz, ,l, Maynard, C. Kuloske, R. Behcau, C. Morissc, E. Levin. Row 3: P. Lcntz, C, Messing, J, Ladwig, M. Marincllo, j. Schubert, D. Kunze, C. Kosot, C. Knutsen, F. Lehermzin. Row 4: G. Michalee, N. Keller, G. Marks, E. Marrqimrdt, li. Ludwigsen, R. Klumpp, D. Martin, N. Kuhlf mann, J. Luecltkc, S. NVorny, L. Knaack. Row 7: R. Knapp, B. Mitchell, G. Lcmke, B. Ruppin, j. Makinen, M. Krueger, K. Larson, T. Karas, J. Landau, C. Malil, J. Liebner, GIRLS' CLUB Row 1: M. Schmalz, S. Ratlbil, D, Snyder, C. Vaicliingcr, C. Schroeder, J. Nelson, A. Reinmnn, C, Num- rich, P. Nolop. Row 2: J. Vkfaultcrs, I. Windl, P. Pariza, D. Stanley, B. Rcchlin, J. Radtke, L, Savard, D. Ramthun, sl. Post, B. Wasriid. Row 3: G. XVehcr, J. Schael, J. Schiefelbein, J. Reinke, A. Schnitt, M. Wells, B. Ramseyer, B. Stout, J. Pautsch, M. Pray, P. Schlak. Row 4: P. Schnrfenberger, A. NVood, M. Marks, S. Rivay, D. Mertz, A. Timm, L, Rodig, C. Lerner, D. Lingenfelder, P. Sclimcicliel. 1 THE GIRLS' CLUB CF NORTH DIVISIO Advisers: Miss Sherman, Miss Bergen, Miss Gregg, Miss Luker, Miss Carol, Miss Schlatte First Semester Qhriecrs Second Semester M. Cvensler ...... ........ P resident ............. D. Belhutowski M, Lecher ....... .,.... V 'ieefPi'esident ...., .. ...,.....,,.,, B. Hill I. Kaplan ....., .....,.,. R ec. Secretary .....,..,... B. Haekharth C, Kuehner .........,.. Corres. Secretary ..,...,...,.,.,,.. Gould M. Krueger ..,.. .,....,. T reasurcr ,,,.,,,,,. ..,,, M , Pelija Purpose: To further intellectual and social culture and to promote mutual sympathy and fellowship among its members. Time and Meetiiig Place: Alternate Thurs' days, 3:15. Krug Hall. Outstanding Event of the Year: The officers play and the Senior Farewell. There were also the freshmen party, a style show, and several different speakers presented for the girls' enf joynient, -64g GH ADVISERS, OFFICERS Rum' 1: C. Knchncr, M. Lrcllur, M. Gcnslcr. J. Kaplan, M. Krucgcr. Row 2: B. Hill, D. Bullwutnwski, Miss Bergen, Cl. Could, B. Haclclxlrllm, M. Dclxiu. Row 3: M155 Gregg. Miss Lnkur, Min Schlnrmrur, Min Curmll. Mxss Slmrf man. GIRLS' CLUB Rum l: M. Nurnmn. li. Xlhgxuur. M. Schulz, B. Vmwgmtl, nl. XYcntl:unc.lt, N. Mzlllwitz, Ll. Zllvlillxu, C. Young, S. Tluruslwr. Rmv 2: H. Zimmznrmalnn, A. Studcncc, L. Sznlucrt, L. Prnstcla, A. Slmpirn, L. NVl1:1itn:. C. Xllvjzlck, R. Slliclf man, C. Sclmclrtk. Row 3: li. Zlnda, C. Rzxnnvr, C. Strrn, P. Ruscrx, -l. Scott, xl. Sruf bert, B. Srutzmun, C. Wagner, M. Txmm, M. Turck. Ruw 4: C. Ncuhcr, V. Norman, D. Tlxorgursvn, R. Wolfsnlxn. P. Thnmpf son. kl. Rncth, S. Schicssl, D. Sprcn- dur. L. Tcsmerxdorl, J. Trott, R. Scrres. GIRLS' CLUB Rnw l: D. Cursrmcdl, M. Hzlltnrrr G, Bormznn, P. Cross, E. Aman, D Buszllzlcclii, A. Fonnlcn, R. Clmv zxncc, ll. Brfmstlm. Row 2: C. Cattcrllccia, B. Bzxnrnann G, Cuwcn, S. Barry, S. Burkin, C Engcllw, K. Hclmcrcr, A. Caswell B. Bcckcr. Rnw 3: V. Goldcnlntrg, D. Gurdon N. Bnvlxrcns, H. Gulvnr, N. Bnmm R. Curran, S. Bcclcllmd, D. Brown E. Comticld. J. Asclmcnlmch. Row 4: B. Ball. V. Hnnkc, B. Hack barth, M. Bingunlmcimcr, C. Gul lwnl-f, C. Hcrlwst, I. Crabrrcc, M Duliin, V. Follanslwcc, S. Alexander D. Cours. ROW T: C. Bm-knw, D. Uuchrcns, S Ehlcrr, J. Pagcl, M. Anderson, BQ Hill, E. Chcrvalicr, S. Ccrns, ,l Huulwrich, B. Gcnslcr, J. Ackcrmzmn GIRLS' CLUB Ruw l: M. Laxldur, Ll. Mclflxcrt, M. Martin, L. jclinski, L. Mnrclxczscl. K. Mncllcr, C. Kuchncr, D. Mnrf avec, Kovac. Row Z: R. Figlcstlmlcr, C. Franke, J. Buria, A. Brigham, B. Groff, S. Grams, H. Eigcn, F. Eakin, M. Gross, J. Hcincmann. Row 3: l. Carlson, M. Hamcrnilc, R. Gntzmann, J. Dcliarslrc, P. Gray- son, L. Holmaa, D. Bigclnw, A. Bcmmann, ml. Gould, M. Gcnslcr. Row 4: D. Bclbutuwski, J. Buehrcns, M. Abramson, L. Hoclzcliamm, L. Fawlcy, M. Ccnslcr, G. Drew, J. Eclrhofl, A. Cutler, G. Adler, M. Baumgart. Row S: V. Holtz, I. Marquardt, D. Cholip, C. Hirsclxcl, D. Glaeencr, M. Karl, I. Gichcr, I. Fikc, R. Frlndcll, C. Hartzog, B. Behrens. "Ffh T iw :ESQ ii-Qi i THE MASQUERS .... NORTH'S DRAMATIC GROUP Adviser: Mr. Frost First Semester Officers Second Semester .......President.......................I. Geyser .....Vice'President...............M. Schmalz . ...,., Secretary ...,....,............ L. Stumpf .....,Treasurer...........D. Lingenfelder Purpose: To recognize, promote and give experience to dramatic talent. lt also provides a source of recreation for all who are interested in dramatics. Time and Meeting Place: Assembly B on alternate Thursdays after school. Outstanding Event of the Year: The Masquers have always been credited with providing most of the talent for the Senior Class Play. Last year they gave a Thanksgiving play. fThey were not in function this last semesterj MASQUERS SEM. II Row 1' C. Smith, J. XVorg,ull, B. Dennc, Mr. Frost, K. Mueller, G. Aoller, A. Brigham, B. Ivlaniac. Row Z: AI. Valentine. F, Lcberman, L, Tessendorf, I. Elkin, A. Shapiro, E. VVakins, N. Schwartz, I. Kaplan, R. Shielman. Row 3' S. Netzband. M. Haltner, G. Borman, C. jachthubcr, M. XVirth, J. Brooks, A. Scaiiidi, B. Picus, P. Fclkcr. Row 4: D. Lingcnfelder, L, Rodig, D. Bclbutowski, M. Schmaltz, H. Amborn, C. Numrich, P. Nolop, R. Frindell, B. Hill, C. Vv'chl. Row 5: D. Brzczinski, K, Fisher, R. Anderle, H. Silverstein, B. Fisher, E. Grichtmcicr, P. Scharfcnberger, A. Woos, L. Stumpi, j. Gicser. M ing roun gzagefk 7, A DOMESTIC COMEDY IN THREE ACTS By CHARL ARMSTRONG PRESENTED BY THE SENIOR CLASS KRUG HALL, MAY 4 AND 5, 1950 Directed by MR. JOHN FROST THE CAST Un order of appearance, LAURETTE CARPENTER STYLES ........................ HUEERT CHERRY ................ MERCEDES ..................... VIDA .,.............. JENNIFER ............. ELIZABETH CHERRY .... IRENE OLIVER ....... HARRIET GILPIN ..... RALPH CHERRY .... ANDY BLAYNE ..... POLICEMAN ...... DR. HOLLISTER ..... . . . . . . Pk :E :R as Dorothy Shoemaker .Elmer Grichtmeier . . . . . .Joyce Kaplan . . .Audrey Brigham . . .Beverly Maniaci . . . .Fay Leberman . . . . .Beverly Picus . .Nancy Silverstein . . . . . .Ray Deutsch . . . . .Robert Recht . . .Richard Anderle . . .Kenneth Fischer The action of the play takes place in the living room of Elizabeth Cherry's house in a Small American city. The time is early autumn. Act I Scene 1: Late afternoon. Scene 2: The next morning. Act II A few hours later. Evening. Act III Scene 1: Evening, about a Week later. Scene 2: The next morning. Incidental Music by NORTH DIVISION ORCHESTRA MR. E. SCHMIDT, Director NOVELTY NUMBERS "The Moonlightersv Fred Roese Ronald Raasch Frank Sivak THE BOOSTER BOYS Kenneth Fischer Howard Amborn Robert Recht -67- RING AROUND ELIZABETH" Mr. Frost mukcs up cast. Irene hasu't seen your stuffed Kingfish! If you do11't want to tell mc, why dflllnt you say so? Shu LIUCSIINK like thc wzlllpzmpcr! SENIOR CLASS PLAY Eggs! Elizabeth, you were great! Did you see Harriet? She'll never be the same. Maybe she likes herself better than her better self. The cast takes a curtain call. Word: gow fo .No gwoo i NORTH'S VARIETY sHow preienfed in .Mug .Ham ibecemger 7 aiu! 8, 1949 Under Direction of Advisers: Miss Halbach Miss Heideu M1's. MacKedou Miss Braun M1'. Beudlin N,,,,.wvW THE NORTH STAR The NORTH STAR'S pictorial loomed on the horizon as early as the fall of 1941. It rose to its ascendency in 1948, but when prices rose, our STAR fell. As it was necessary for something to take its place in our literary iirmament, our new NORTH STAR was horn in 1948. Whereas the old STAR was a picf torial, the new STAR is definitely a school newspaper with the first page devoted to im' portant school news, dealing with events past, present, and future. The second page contains editorials, MStars That Shine," poetry, and humor. Page three is an outstanding sports page covering North's competitive games as lst SEMESTER STAFF OF THE NORTH STAR EditorfinfChief .................... Virginia Holtz Associate Editors ..... Dolores Driest, Marlene Reblin, Beverly Hoerst Managing Editor. . . ................ Herbert Engel News Editor ................... Gretchen Bromberg Business Managers ....... Joyce Piering, Janet Ladwig Page Editors .... Gretchen Bromberg, Marlene Rehlin, Clarke Hagensick, Rhoda Frindell Feature Writers ...... Marlene Reblin, Beverly Hoerst, Dolores Driest, Virginia Holtz, Rhoda Frindell. Gladys Brych, Herman Gerhardts, Ardythe Wood, Tom Kasten, Bob Laste Copy Editor ........................ Dolores Driest Reporters ................ Donna Curran, Bob Laste, Beverly Hill, Marshall Wolkenstein, George Kalman, Herman Gerhardts, Henry Landa, Harvey Richter, Ted Eckstein, Ardythe Wood, Marion Bingenheimer, Gloria Koehn Advertising Department ............ Dorothy Merkel Photographers ...................... Frank Meister Typists ............. Virginia Holtz, Beverly Hoerst, Marlene Reblin, Gretchen Bromberg well as local athletic activities. Page four deals with current fashions, popular movies, late musical compositions, and cluh activities. The STAR staff is doing its best to make the STAR a wellfrounded paper. 2nd SEMESTER STAFF OF THE NORTH STAR EditorfinfChief ................ Gretchen Bromberg Managing Editor. .. ............ Donna Curran News Editor ..... ..........,..... J oan Landa Business Managers.. .... Janet Ladwig, Joyce Piering Photographers ............ Glenn Miller, Walter Lenz Page Editors .......... Rhoda Frindell, Gladys Brych, Clarke Hagensick, Harvey Richter, Donna Curran Feature Writers ........ Ardythe Wood, Beverly Hill, Harvey Richter, Gladys Brych, Joan Landa Reporters .......... Pat Scharfenberger, Beverly Hill, Howie Amborn, Glenn Dumpke, Henry Landa, Marshall Wolkcnstein, Jcan Landa, Ardythe Wood Advertising Department ............ Clarence Smith, George Kalman Typists ........ Gretchen Bromherg, Beverly Pozsesny, Pat Scharfenberger STAFF PHOTOGRAPHERS NORTH STAR Row 1: Mr. McGarty, V. Holtz, A. Vv'ood, T. Kastcn, Miss Thall, Mr. Damuth. Row 2: C. Smith, G. Koehn, M, Bigcnheimcr, D. Curran, J. Ladwig, J. Picring, H. Landa. Row 3: D. Drcist, J. Landa, R. Frindcll, B. Hill, B. Hoerst, M. Rehlin, D. Merkel. Row 4: H. Engel, G. Dumkc, G. Valman, G. Brombcrg, F. Meister. R. Laste, L. Hagcnsick, H. Richter. junior Mom Mgkf THE PHOTO CLUB Adviser: Mr. Warner First Semester Officers Second Semester R. Durham ....... .,.r..,,, P resident ...... ........,..... G . Thorpe K. Lerdahl .......,....,,.. VicefPresident ..,...... ....... I . Nelson C. Hauner ...... ,......., S ecretary ....,. .......... V. Post D. Smetzer ...........,....... Treasurer ................... E. Runnells Purpose: To develop interest and skill in the use of the camera and darkroom equip' ment. Time and Meeting Place: Second and fourth Wednesday of the month in 323. Outstanding Event: In May the University of Wisconsin sponsored a high school photo contest. The N. D. H. S. Photo Club usually enters prints in this contest and several of our members have won prizes. THE WRITERS' CLUB Adviser: Miss Thall First Semester Officers Second Semester S. Radbil ,..,...,............... President .......................... S. Bach G. Weber ...... ........ V icefPresident .... - .......... D. Staczyls S. Bach ....... . ......... Secretary ......... ........ A . Shapiro D. Kunze ............. ........ T reasurer ......... ,..... . D. Kunzc Purpose: To promote interest in creative writing by programs, discussions and readings. Time and Meeting Place: Room 310 on alternate Wednesdays. The Outstanding Event: Senior farewell and Christmas party. Books, plays, and movies were discussed: original poems, short stories and essays were presented before the group: meetf ings were very informal and enjoyed by all. PHOTO CLUB Row l: R. Eisenberg, R. Andcrle, D. Smetzer, E. Blumberg, Mr. Vfarner. Row 2: J. Nelson, XV. Stcinmctz, M. Berg, C. Hauner, J, Wolff, E. Vw'akins. Row 3: K. Lcrdahl, E. Shapiro, R. Durham, D. Niemoth, F. Meister, N. Simandl. WRITERS' CLUB Row 1: Miss Thall, G. XYcber. B Richardson, S. Spice, S. Radbil. Row Z: I. Czechan, D. Kunze, A Shapiro, S. Bach, D. Stanczyk. 74f THE BIOLOGY CLUB Adviser: Mr. Tetzlaif First Semester Officers Second Semester E. Winslow ...,,,,, ..,,.,.. P resident ................... E. Wiiislow L Diamond ...,. ...,... V icefPresident ........ R. Zimmerman I. Czechorn ..,...,. . ...... Secretary ..,............. A. M. Cutler N. Herche ,,..... ...,.... T reasurer ........ ......... N . Herehc Purpose: To enrich the biology curriculum for the ambitious student. Time and Meeting Place: Every other Tues' day at 3:15 in Room 330. Outstanding Event of the Year: An address by Miss Beth Maroney, public health nurse, on "The Work of Milwaukee's Health Depart' ment." The lecture was followed by a dis' cussion of questions from the floor. THE CHESS CLUB Advisers: Mr. Schmidt, Mr. Meyer First Semester Officers Second Semester R. Rosenbaum ............,. President ...... R. Quosig ........ ...... V ieefPresident.. P. Thompson ...... ........ S ecretary ...... A. Timm .....,.... ,,.,.... T reasurer ...... E. Elias ....... ,......,. . ..Sgt. at Arms... Purpose: Recreational playing of chess, motif vates the spirit of challenge, clear thinking, planning, discretion, and a goal of victory. Time and Meeting Place: After school on Tuesdays in the cafeteria. Outstanding Event of the Year: Match with CusterfNorth Shffluster Zh. Match with South - North 9fSouth 3. BIOLOGY CLUB Row 1: Mr. Tetzlall, l. Diamond, A. Reis, R. Propheter, L. Szaehf mundcs, K. Bogost, G. Stewart. Row Z: M. Ivlartin, V. Nlatthews, J. Heinemann, D. Merkel, S. Beck- lund, D. Stanczyk, N, Herche, D. Peters. Row 3: E. Wdnslow, R. Zimmerman, A. Sherwin, L. Vv'urm, B. Beaton, V. Richter, B. Vukelie, A. Cutler, ,l. Czechan, CHESS CLUB Advisers: Mr. Schmidt, Mr. Meyer Row l: Mr. Schmidt, R. Hughes, A. Reimann, L. Rodig, R. Buxbaum, Nlr. lvleyer. Row Z: J. Mcrkleiii, C. Numrich, C. Smith, L, Buege, M. Bingnheimer, R. Quosing. Row 3: H. Klein, V. Anderson, R. Rusenlvaum, E. Elias, Heinemzuin, T. Schzirfenhcrger, A, Timm. THE STUDENT COUNCIL Adviser: Mr. Karlson First Semester Officers Second Semester J. Rosen ......, .... ,..... P r esiclent ...... .. ...,... H. Amborn B. Laste ....,....... ...,. V icefPresident ....... ......... B . Recht N, Muenchow ......... ..,.,, S ecretary ...... ....... J . Valentine H. Amhorn .....Y... ....... T reasurer ...,.. ..,.. P . Laslcoski Purpose: To promote sentiments of law and order, general activities, true democracy, and all best interests of our school. Time and Meeting Place: 8:3Of9:OO on Wediiesday in the library. STUDENT COUNCIL OFFICERS SEMESTER I President .....................,...... Gerald Rosen VicefPresident ..............,..,.. Robert Laste Secretary ......... .,........ N ancy Muenchow Treasurer . ........ Howard Amborn J. Rosen B. Laste N. Muenchow H. Amborn SERVICE STUDENT COUNCIL SEMESTER I Row 1: XV. Birts, J. King, F, Meister Mr. Michalalc, B. Laste, J. Xvfigllfw R. Mliecke. Row 2: L. Kvcehncr, C, Denessen, B. Picus, P. Felker, J. Valentine, J, Pitref, N. Nagel, A. Salzberg. Row 3: B. Hoerst, B. Wagner, I. Franke, R, Chovanec, T. Spaulding B, Maniaci, N. Nluenchow, J. De- Karslcc. Row -4: N. Craft, T. Schepp, E. Vv'insf low, M. Eckstein, R. Frinclell, V, Locke, M. Boho, H. Amborn, K. Dreihaupt. Row 5: H. Schulz, D. Pedriana, T. Grimm, G. Runnclls, I, Diamond, C. Hirschel, K. Rose, R, Pogorele. STUDENT COUNCIL SEMESTER 1 Row lc G, Kalman, K. Smith, Mr. Karlsnn, Mr. Culver, C. Mueller, L. Stumpf. Row 2: S, Rapluin, C. Ranncr, L. Knaaclc, S, Peppler, Ou Johns, A, Tunstill, A, Atlas, D. Czirtler. Row 3: J. Landa, S. Kailzls, C. Golf buff, J. Aekermann, H. Oxman, B. Grorf, A. Brigham, V. Guldenberg. Row 4: D. Bellnutowski, M, Krueger C. Schroeder, P. Hurley, E. Rohm' son, F. Bobo, J. Meyer, T. Ehrmann. Row 5: O. Rinehart, M. Vfhitford A. Riemer, E. Meyer, K, Fischer S, Volk, V. Holtz, R. Best. Outstanding Event of the Year: Developing a well organized Student Court and the new all out drive for "common courtesy" program this semesterg also getting the most efficient people for all cadet systems. STUDENT COUNCIL OFFICERS SEMESTER II President ........,... ......... H owxiral Amhoru Vicefprcsidcnt ..,... ........... R ulwert Rcclu H.Amhorn B. Reeht Secretary .. ........ ,Ioan Valentine j. Valentina P, Laskoski Treasurer ..... ....... I 'ctcr Luslmwski ROUPS SEM. II STUDENT COUNCIL Row I: I. Rnsrn, LI. Lunda, P. Srhmci chcl, Mr. Culver, Mr. Mmhalak, I Post, K. Gzxllick, I. Schneider. Row 2: C. Runner, QI. Valentine Q2 C22 21,3 If sz E5 .22 Fic W 52 5,5 CO2 Pellnxxskl. Row 3: S. Netzhzind, M. Hoppe, V Bunirx', N. Silverstein, -I. Ructh, C. Kuchucr, C. Iuclnhuhcr, D. Zeiger, S, Rzmsch. Row 4: M. Kuehnel, J. Gould, I DeKurske, I'. Fcllicr, B. Zimmerman T. Spaulding, W. johnson, V. Fol lzmshee, C. Brunner. Row 5: E. Truut, V. Koslcr. B. XVag ner, M. Binqcnhcimcr, B. Grolf, A Brigham, IS. Mziliifici, N. Mucnehoxx' P. Grayson. Row 6: M. Qlzxrohson, N. Gilford, N Zzxszruw, M. Bobo, R. Frindell, A Mcflny, I. Sutlros, QI. Saichek, D Banllav, C, Ivlueller. SEM. II STUDENT COUNCIL Row l: XV. Iiuvlow, C, Hngcnsick, A Riemcr, Mr. Knrlsnn, R. Recht, J King, I. VVriql1t. Row Z: li. Fisher, C. Drcihuupt, P Lnskoski, H. Amhorn, H. XVagner Vf. Iilrts, C. Mays, L. Harmon. Row 3: L. Rodxg, D, Belhutowski, A Stutzmzun, A. Gcriug, I... Pansky, R XYoltUi's, If. XV1nslow, B, Shimelr. Row 4: F. Snzxk, C. Kalman, G Brninlwelll, M. Pike, C. Herbst, L Stumpf, CZ. I-Iirsrhul, M. Schmalz. Row 5: R. Andcrle, R. MofIatt, I Kroqmzxn, I7. Mueller, R. Mirr, D Hgnxpt, Ii. Barrett, M. Bingcnheimer Row 6: H. Schulz, J, Brendel, D Eixlrxurin, D. Krcrlow, R. Ylvitt, E ms. -77, B O O S T E R B O Y S Adviser: Mr. Adamus First Semester Oliicers Second Semester R. Rceht ...,...,. . ,....., President ....,,. ........,,.,, R . Reclit D. Haupt ........ ........ V icefPresident ,,.... .,..,. D . Haupt B. Fisher ..,.,.,.. ......... S eeretary ..,.... .......... B , Fisher P. Laskoski ................... Treasurer r..,.,,........, P. Laskowski Purpose: To promote school spirit and inf tensify student hody support for worthwhile allfschool projects. Time and Nleeting- Place: General meetings held every Friday morning at 7:30 in Room 233fB. Special meetings in the mornings at 7:30 in Room 233. Outstanding Event of the Year: This group has promoted suhscription drives and pep rallies. They sponsored a dance to raise funds for the veterans at Wood, Vxfisconsin. Other activities included the making of announcements for various athletic and social activities. BOOSTER BOYS Row 1: D. Haupt, B. Reclit, Laskoski, B. Fisher, T. Kasten. Row 2: Mr. Ad8mllS, G, Fooden Drexhaupt, B. Lasle, F. Meister' Fisher. BOOSTER GIRLS inger. B. Nlisun. BOOSTER GIRLS Adviser: Miss Rosen First Semester Officers Second Semester 1. Ackerman ...... ........ P resident ...... .. .......... C. Golbulf D, Snyder ....... .,..,,. V 'ieefPresident ...... ....,,..... G . John N. Keller ...... ., ..,.,. Secretary ........ ....... B . Maniaci D, Bigelow ................... Treasurer ........................... S. Olil Purpose: Try to estahlish a better school spirit and promote the general activities of the school. Time and Meeting Place: Whenever there is an event the girls need to assist with or even sponsor, meetings are held in Room 231, either in the morning or after school. Outstanding Event of the Year: Other than selling the majority of tickets for the haskctf hall playfoffs, the talent show put on hy the girls was prohahly their outstanding event. Several programs of interest to girls were sponsored hy this group. f7gf Row 3: H. Amhorn, G. Uamlwocclt Schlondrop, H. Schultz, D. Albert Row l: D. Snyder, I. Aclternnnn Miss Rosen, N. Keller, C. Vx x Row 2: G. John, C. Colhull, D Bigelow, M. Lecher, R. Uozzmi THE AUDIO-VISUAL AID OPERATORS Adviser: Mr. Hall The AudiofVisual Aid department at North Division has grown steadily throughout the years. Originating with their adviser, Mr. Hall, and a handful of hoys, the crew is now com' prised of over sixty hoys. Films, which are ordered a year in advance hy teachers, are scheduled according to their order of use. The work of the student director, Kenneth Lerdahl, is to sec that these lilms are ready for use and are returned to their owners for the next showing. Films from local sources are ohtained hy a crew of mes' sengers. Herhert Wcwlfgrani, the assistant di' rector, must assign each film to a hoy and must also see that all projectors are ready on the morning they arc to he used. The task of getf ting the assignments to the hoys hefore classes helongs to Herhert Poetschg whereas, james Benz and Tom Ehrman set up all equipment and films to he used that day so that everyf thing is ready hefore classes. North also uses filmstrips, tape recordings, records, and slides to help the students during class periods and to entertain them during their lunch hours. This fine service is the result of the comhined efforts of Mr. Michalak, Mr, Hall, and the dependahle crew of hoys who are willing to serve the student hody. VISUAL AID OPERATORS Row 1: H. Poetseh, K. Lvlllaihl, C. Tegtmeier, H. XVolfgram, Mr. Hall, R. Durham, A. Belnke. R. Best. Row Z: A. Sherwin, T. Ehrmann, R. Zimmerman, V. Kosler. T. Spaulding, C. Wolfgram. fl. Ni.-sl. B. Lehmann Row ,az S. Guth, ,l. Clauin. R, Puhl, NV. Huchner, D. Tegtmeier, K. Brehn, M. lvledved, XV. Baker. Row 4: U. ZXX'Cl'lC1Il. F, lianliolzer, F. Sivak. D. Rohle, E. Winslow, H. Ricluer. D. Keller, Nl. Benz. Row 3: NY, Hcinzelmanu, S. Siegel, B. llogorelc, T. lfckstein. H. Chemin, A. Klassy, K, liogost, xl. lvlawy. D. Scheidecker, E. Voss. ,7o... THE SKETCH CLUB Bottom: H. Amborn, B. Bucge, Mr. Meyer, D. Maclxt, R. Rosenthal, R. XVoliers. Top: XV, Pierce, R, Hughes, M. Eberl, I. Thomas, R. Star, P. Brock, THE SKETCH CLUB Adviser: Mr. Meyer First Semester Officers Second Semester J. Brock .,,,.,.,. ,,...,,.. P resident ,,,,.,,, ,,,,.,. T , Ehrmann ........VicefPres1dent.............,C. Pellowski D. Macht ....... ......... S ecretary ....... .......... B . Buege .........Treasurer....... Purpose: To sketch. To extend the art stu' dents' experiences beyond the classroom. Time and Meeting Place: 3:15 P.M. in Room 234 every Wednesday. Outstanding Event of the Year: A trip to the Art Institute and Layton Art School was one of the Club's outstanding projects. Then, too, an unusually line Christmas party was enjoyed by all for its outstanding successg a student prof gram was presented at that time with unusual Yuletide decorations and good fun. Also during the year we have had demonstraf tions. Two excellent water color demonstrations were given by our student teachers, Miss Prohl and Mr. Keel. The season closed with an NOK." approval by every club member. STAGE CREW Row I: Mr. Karlson, K. Laatsch. NV. Monson, Mr. Atwcll. Row Z: E. Schott, D. Mzxrr, Zenisek, R. Kolwitz, Buh. THE STAGE CREW AND PUBLIC ADDRESS TECHNICIANS Advisers: Mr. Atwell, Mr. Karlson The stage crew consists of Douglas Marr, .lack Bula, and Charles Zenisek. Under the supervision of Mr. Atvvell, they prepare the stage in Assemhly HA" for all school plays, for all outside speakers, and for any other function that demands stage work. The stage crew also arranges all lighting for special dances, and for all noon hour programs. It is their duty to keep all stage scenery and stage prop' erties neatly placed so that it is readily acces' sible at any time. Ever alert to the needs arising where "the play's the thing" or "the talent scout is on the wing"-these men not only wait lon North Divisionj hut they also serve. Regardless of how arduous the task or how intricate the co' ordinating parts to he arranged for the particif pants, the stage crew and puhlic address tech' nicians as the mysterious unseen hands manipuf late the strings that make a reality the expresf sion, "the show must go on!" Sli- Halter. Row 3 : L. Rot Drvist. XYIIQIH MO NITOR MONITORS Row 1: Mrs. Iioltz. Miss Carioll. If Dt-Lisle, xl. St-haul, R. Zuigv, I Rasinussvll, If, Krcmlsz, V. Richter CI. Ibrvw, CI. Wohl. Row Z: IL, Clornlivlrl, I'. Moorhvclc, I Ellon, KI. Kaplan. C, ScIiadck, ll Clowc " u NI Maltris, II n. Ii. f.1.im r, .. If. Lrxin. W C.. Iaclitlililwr. CJ. Iohn, Kushner. M ID llli D r Lclwrlnan. 4, , ek, . Bonn. I . . . 1 f C,. f1oIhuI'I, S. Uh. f,attv1'1icrla. L, Magar, Row 4: I.. Mi ycnhuru, .I. DcRaisI4 ' ' ild I K. R. C,oi'lao, D. Cam, I. boi , , Iiorman, A. I'vIvrson, L. Kohler, Ii Karamprlos. II. Luliak, G. Iaclcolwson. Row 5: H. Scliulz, fl. Hirsclivl. M Schmalz. I. Moga, M. Eckstfin, R Frindvll, M. Alwralnsoix, M. Kruruvi D. Slwi-imikvr, ff. Nuinrich. D. Nil son. Row 6: R. Hansun. If. Armstrong. K Zxxvrlcin. R, Hoclislraetter, R. Iiixmn A. Timm. tl. Clwsvr, D. Lingi-nh' li I I'Is II 9 hm 1 Ii ldv! ..., ...I ittI,I3 MONITORS Row 1: M. Schulz, B. Behrens, D Folz. KI, flamhocck, A. Timm, II XYagiiri', V. XYviidcI, XV, Short. Row 1: A. Irving, M. Stoelir, Cl Kilt-limi. Ii. Picus. S. Pitrot, D Kloclwxx, S. M-fllutt, C. Stcrli, H XYc1ss. Row 3: M. Mwrlwd, C. Nuinrich. C Smith. I'. Ilroclx, I. Macht. I. Hui man, N. XX'ivi'scI1ci1i. M. Schalton, I' Grayson. R. Vogt. Row -I: R, Amumlson, E. Grielilmcivr T. Sauer, D, Krause. H. Anihorn, I' Laskoslu, D. Iiiqvn, R. Crap. R Orasco. Row F: D. Nivmolh. C, Tcgtnivivr, II Hlilxiilwm, fl. Ru-ske, E. Ihlwr, R Hoclisiactr--r. R. Mirr, M. Bing.-n heimcr. KI. Kung. Row fi: H. Silwisli-iii. A, Riumvr I. Iiurlong, R. Raziscli, R. Rvchr. .I , II. Iiisli-'1'. fl. Kalman. MONITORS' MERIT: "IDEAL SERVICE" At North Division, wc have two groups of students who help to keep the school orderly and aid the office in their work. These groups are the hall cadets and the monitors. The ref quirements for these groups are the saine. In order to he a monitor or cadet a student must have a satisfactory conduct record and passing grades. Most of the office monitors are girls Iwcr, Ii. IYLAMIILI, Di'Kal'sl4r. Ii, Karaniprlos. D. XYeiss. IRIN' 6: M, lirodskv. I. Iiivntli I K MONITORS Row I: R. Iioltz, S. Radhil. M. Ahramson, M. Krueger. D, Kaip. I. Gould, M. Uenslcr, D. Mvrlwl. fl. Vaiclnngcr, Row Z: D. Siiictzcr, O. Iohns. S. Psp- plvi, L. Knaarlc. E. fIornIivId. 12. Ciowvii. I. Kaplan, I'. IVIool'Iu'CIx. I.. Ivlvissiiir, Ii. Lexin. A. Salzlwix, Row I: Ii. Iiluniherg, Cl. klolm. If Malin. M. Dvlila, C. ,IafIilIiuIwr. II Maniacs, I. Aclxermann. S. Ohl. I7 Cox. IS. I.uIi.nIx, Ii, I'icus. Row 4: If. Armstrong, D, Iiigwlmx. ,I Rllflli, IS. XY1iqi1ei', ll. Huhst, ,I Rasniussi-ii, I., ML-ycnherg, R. Sutton If, Rohinson, C. Smith, CI. IIUIIWIIII. Row 5: H, Schulz, Thomas, A, I'ctrrsun. IS. Hill, C. Halil. IS. Rui- I pm, U. Nlarlcs, N. Iyzillvr. fl. NMI' Zxxrrlvin. II. Anihorn. fl. Maw. K XVUINI-r, fl. Hirsclivl. I. Mxuquaitlt. I. flirsvr, I. Fikv. I'. Srlilmwclurl. I. Rodig, D, l.ingi-nfrldei. M. Schmalg gg., GROUPS Rmv l: KI. IM-Kzuskv. I'. If--Iker, V. I:uII:xI1rInr, Mx. Kznrlwn, I'. Lund' grvn, CI. XYUULI, IJ. Schutt, II. Gulf I1uII. Rmx' I: I.. I'1'mtm'Ii. R. I'11:fm, -I. I'1t1'nwf, IF, Klwk-fu, A, Slmpmv. Cl. Femkv. IJ, MznIlxx'1t:. IS. Iinlwr. II, XXX-nn. If. Lum. Rmx 3: ff. Stem. I. 5I.mI1-1. N. Mnllxxxlr.. 41. Iulm. H. NN1n.g1wx'. I. .Incl-mm. ID. Kun-Im, S. IH-ppI4-1' C. Nfexsam-1, KI. Ifpker. Ruw -I: I'. XYIvrseIxem, CI. l.4ueuzi. L. Tessvmlnwf. S. Kraft. CI. W.ugm'1, C.. XV:u':u1iII. A. Iirermzm, M. IfvIs1nu. L. Mzng:xx'. If. flurnfield. Rmx' 5: I. Iivxlnzm. 5. Uhl. ID. fhxlmlmm. M. Iinrxerrmlxrxlner, P. Tlnfrgexwerm. II. Brock, ,I. Mxuchl, M. V11IkL'll, 5. Izlhn, M. Iillxvmner, M. I7v.m. Row 6: I'. Klrznysrm, N. Wu-x'seIu:11x. IS. Reehlxn. LI. Rzxdlke. L, Szuvzxlxl. XY. Craft. M. SeIm.1Itun. R. Vngt. M. Balm. IS. Mzmmei. N. Mlu'1mcIxIm. HALL CADETS Rum' 1: ii. Ruunels. ,I. IJ.-kunlue. A. Snap, M. Kzz1'I, D. Spznrugvulwelxi Ii. Zichl, L. Hzmke. M. Iimlgmn. Rmv Z: CI. Hmmm. N. Sllxrnu-nn. II. p Fischer. S. I,4-nmy. AI. Sclxmwnlvr. . Pmxexr. Ii. IIVUII. K. Ihvllxzuxxpt. A. Brxglmnw. Rmx' 3: Cl. Mueller. I. Rmvn. RI. Eck- h0II. R. Kmmpp. If. Fix, I. Pzultsch A. Brel-wx', S. Knllzn, ,I. II1:uIIe5.'. Ruw -I: H. Vfzxguer, D. Rn-gm. L. Lexx' sky, ,I. Sutirus, E. Muckrrlxeide, R Grnp. I7. I41sIu'r. L. Dre-xv. RI. Thumpf son. R q . 1 . mx . I. Ldflwakm. H. Axulmrn. R Reflux. RI. XYr1ghr. K. Smith. D Hmxpr, M. Fx'1eeIexv1xI.I. IJ. Schrew her, 12, flqmxhueck. Row 6: D. Rmsxnzm. AI. Iflwrt. II Brendrl. I7. I'edr1zmu, H. Sxlwrslelu H. Tm.-lIIr:. If. BlllmIm'1g CADETS KEEP ORDERLY HALLS who help the office Ivy delivering messages :md deteutious, by ealliug students to the Office, amd by doing any other type of messenger work. Hall cadets keep order in the halls, pick up setups of paper, elxeek for open Ioekers, amd in general, keep the hulls elezm and neat. We czumut IHCLLSUTL' the amount of work that these people do, but surely they ure of great service to the school. . II.pm'1. N. Ix:ul'I. I Il, I g wp. . "'r . .umm , I. wa, A, XX'l1mI-'1'IIeI1. IS. Smn1m'y'. Rum 6: I. Knslun. Xl. I5 . . ' Lmenzl. II. Ixutz. R. Ix.uppvI. Rmx 5: A. Rlemvr, II. Liv wn. II. Hzmpt. I. Rn-1 HALL CADETS Row 1: I7, Pmh. ,I. 5rI1n1iIIt, IP. VUIIQ. I'. Iulalqfmskl, Ix. I7lv1I1:u11pt. M1'. K.n'Iwn. IJ. Iiellmtmukl. C.. Hm'1IWrI. H n'f':C'. . Rum 1: I I..m,I:a. I". I-Im. M. Rueth. IL. CIIwx.4IlrI'. If. Sclumlu. L. Huck, N. flmtt. QI. LImx'vII. Ii. 4' x 1 N XY1-INCIIUIVI. I3. Kamp. Rmx 3: QI. Sutxrm, .. 4. A., I Iux ky, 5. I'1le.ucI1, I7. Iinlke, M. llll, I.. Roenler, In In L L14 mm I' r 1. K use m.mn. XY. Shawl. K. Tunmknwiak. R-m 4: II. McKur1.1ILI. R. Irvldstem, IJ. -nh. R. Muucke. I7. Reeer. D. Y II: I IH I I H D vme. . dvx'ImeI1, I3. Sell:-'1Iwx. KI. XY:negvwl', II. Sllvrralexn, K . Wwluen. II. Iimmll. I5 I'1sIxer, D. R. Mxrr. SrI1IumImp, . ,I-II.:-:fn R Ixulkll. Ii. Sclxuf mznclnx. II. Rxclmlxlemm. II. Iirendel. D. I'veIl1.nm. NX, K1fIIw. II. Burn, H. M CHOIR Row l: li. Ramscycr, A. lrlc, S. Mueller. C. Herbst, D. Spangcnbcrg, L, lvlnskoxvitz, B. jelicrson Row 2: R, Bebeau, D. Klockow, j, Hickman, R. Shielman, I, Slawncr, I. Por-pping, P. Fclkur. Row 3: C, Messing, P. Tobin, J. Trott, J. Hellwig, P. Cudnoski, N. Mucnchow, V. Hanks. Row 4: M. Haltner, M. Lecher, P. Thompson, R. Zcmanovic, P. Padden, P. Brock, XY. Pierce, S. Elliott. Row S: C. Pfister, E. Temple, T. Lcssila, E. Krueger, J. Banos, T. Hawkins, XY, Lenz, R. Hay. The opening curtain and the strains of "California Here We Come" found members of the choir lending their talents to the Va' riety Show. Then showing their versatility, at Christmas time they caroled in the halls and gave a highly creditable performance of the i'Song of Christmas" as arranged for Fred Waring. With little time left, they focused their attention on the Music Festival and that night thrilled a highly appreciative audience THE A CAPPELLA CHOIR with songs like "Oh Be Joyful All Ye Lands" and "Carousel" Medley. With the coming of the new semester, the choir took over the Washington day program. It also went ahead with its preparation for the program of the Opening of the Sports Arena and the AllfCity Music Festival. With the Memorial Day program at school and at the Union Cemetery, and the Spring Concert an enjoyable singing season was brought to a close. -34- Directc Row Row Row 3: Row Row CHOIR Mr. Bendlin, T. Kasten, M. Pike, R. Laste, B. Grayson, L. Stumpf, L. Schwamh. O, Johns, C. Young, L. Pielmeier, A. Caswell, C. Schadck, D. Turenske, J. XVhite, M. Scherbarth, B. Beaton, M. Chase, A. Brigham. J. NVinlcel, L. Zahn, L. Schiedt, P. XViursclmem A. Cassens, G. XVilson, N. Gifford, C. Anderson, K, Swanson, J. Gould, A. Frye, A, Peterson. R. Pennebecker, E. Piber, E. NVilliams, R. Diorio, E. Horvath, I. Krochalk, J. Buehrens. FN.D H.S. r. Bendlin 2. 3 4 ANNUAL MUSIC FESTIVAL OF NORTH DIVISION HIGH SCHOOL . Prayer from "Cavalleria Rusticanav. . . . . .Mascagni McConathy "O Be Joyful, All Ye Lands".. Gretchanmoff "High Flight". . . Magee Wright "The Turtle Dove".. ..................... arr Williams Solo -e jack Bartos "Carousel" Medley. . . ............................ . . .Hammerstein and Rodgers Accompanist: janet Gould - gg .. The Girls' Glee Club helped fill the musical calendar of North Division with performances in the Annual Music Festival and Qpen House. Besides this, they found time to give an As' sembly program each semester. The organization is composed of two classes meeting at different hours. These combine to form a group of over one hundred voices for performances. Many of the girls acquire valuf able experience which helps them to become members of the choir. A varied repertoire, including selections such as: "The Lord Is My Shepherd," 'LYou'll Never Walk Alone," and L'All The Things You Are" captured and held the attention of their audi' ence on each occasion. MUSIC FESTIVAL-PROGRAM OF THE GIRLS' GLEE w 1. "The Lord Is My Shepherd" f23rd Psalmj ............................... ...Schubert 2. "God My King" ......................... .. S. Bach J. s'In a Persian Market" .......... . . . . . .Ketelbey 4. 'iAll the Things You Are" ........... ........ K ern 5. "Stodola Pumps." fCzech Folk Song? .............................. ...arr. Strickling Accompanists: Marion Lecher, Bonnie Ramseyer THE GIRLS' GLEE CLUB Director GIRLS' GLEE Bottom: I. Rasmussen, B, Denne, M. NVinkel, D, Phelps, A. Karras, B. Vvlcngcr, D. Fcnske, C. Kilday, K. Buelow. Row 2: B. Ritter, D, Merkel, C. Bcthke, G. Adler, R. Zahn, M. Dotzler, A. Brigham, M. Sroehr, j. Storm, Row 3: gl. Conrad, D. Sprender, I. Meyer, I. Rcinkc, S. Haase, P. Lucdkc, F. Lange, C, Lotzin, N, Lee, M, Napier . Pagel, M. George. Row 4: Nvood, D, Yauck, P. Louis, G. Jacobson, M. Jenkins, J, Aschenback, J. Theodor, M. Greenleaf, S. Raasch . Page. Top: D. Shoemaker, M. Londre, J. Post, G, Tessier, D. Cf-x, J. Toman, E. Chevalier, B. Jahn, N, Gifford, R. Zeigc, C. Rogga. ..g6.. DFN GIRLS' TRIPLE TRIO 1CIockwisc zrrnund the pizumj: Pianist, B. Ramseycrg J. Vvfhitc, R. Shiulmnn, j. Trntt, A. Brigham, M. Haltnur, Mr. Bcndlin fljircctorj, L. Stumpf, S, Mum-Ilcr, L. Schcidt. I. Pouppinu, C. Shadvk. r. Bcndlin .D. H. S. i , Bottom: Row 2 Row 3: Row 4 Top: 1523? .7 I.. U sm.. GIRLS' GLEE IJ. Hcrhst, -I. Vzrlcntinc, J. Bovcc, D. Vfamscr, S. Twigg, D, Brown, V. jackson, xl, Pcttus, A. Ruschko. B, Barsch, B, Tschzrrnnck, G. Vicrknnut, B, Mcissnvr, S. Burkin, IJ, Mzxcht, N. Schwartz. B. Poczcsny. . Scott. C, Brunner. K. Mucllcr, D. Kobut, P. Kulhanek, A. Zcrutzkc, B, Luliuk, M. Turck, D. Zcllncr, .I D , Hancock, B. Marlmiaci, N. lviallwitz, J. Schzrrcin, V. XVcichcr, 1. XVcdqcwurth, B. Iiznkcr, .I. BOSIW, L- Schwartz. B- M2l!!hiHS, C. Mueller, A, Bruchl. Grutf, S. Jahn, P. Shaw, R. Chovnnec, L. Thom, M, Trmm, S, Kunzlcr. S, Thompson, J. Eichman, N. Andrews, E. Tahur. A. Ware, L. Thurncr. BAND Bottom: Mr. Witte, Faculty Mgr.: R. Diorio, E. Krasemann, K. Senkerick, L. Stumpf, M. Hamcrnik, Row 2: G. Runnells, A, Frey, B. Becker, P, Siesemier, D. Raymus, S. Singer, R. Mauritz, D. Shielman, N, Craft, W. Bins. Row 3: M. Trachsel, E. Armstrong, A. Peterson, A. Salzberg, R. Serres, L. Lcnsky, W. W'awrzonck, D. Cudnoski. Top: A. Magar, J. Locke, A. Jelinski, M. Bobo, W. Buelow, A. Hoffman, C. Hempel. Purpose: To provide an opportunity for students interested in group musical experience and to promote schoolfwide appreciation of concert band music. Outstanding Event of the Year: The twentyf fifth annual season of the North Division Band found the organization busily engaged in many activities throughout the school year. The band appeared for all eight of the conf ference football games, assisted in a number of "pep" rallies, and appeared in a number of assembly programs. In addition, small groups of instrumentalists from the band appeared in THE NORTH DIVISIOF the Variety Show and performed in the cor- ridors to assist in the promotion of various school activities. At the Annual Music Festival in Januaryg the orchestra, girls' glee, choir, and band pre' sented an evening of varied musical fare to a large and appreciative audience. Two of the band's seniors, Dwayne Juno and Carolmae Numrich, were members of the Milwaukee High School Band, which performed at the biennial music festival. The concluding event of the season was a concert given on June 2, by North's band, assisted by Mr. Bendlin's choir, to raise funds for new band uniforms. Director BAND Bottom: Mr. Weidner, Directorg F. Bobo, J. Merkel, C. Wood, G. Koehn, A. Timm. Row 2: A. Kivi, R. Plotkin, R. Buehler, I. Carlson, C. Numrich, M. Bingenheimer. Row 3: R. Runnells, I... Moskowitz, G. Fooden, W. Pierce, J. Befus, R. Yellick, E. De Lisle. Top: J. Junker, J. Birler, R. Zimmerman, R. Best, D. Jefferson. IGH SCHOOL BAND Weidner ANNUAL MUSIC FESTIVAL OF NORTH DIVISION HIGH SCHOOL Program March, i'Chimes of Victory" ................... Coronation Scene from "Boris Goudonovv.. "Reverie"...... ...... .... Popular, "I Don't See Me in Your Eyes". .. Themes from "Piano Concerto in A Minor". . . Musical Comedy, "The Kid Grows Up" ..... Finale, "North Side" ................ .. Mr. Bergeim Moussargsky Mr. Weidner . . .Benjamin ......Grieg . . . Frangkiser . . . . De Cimber , , . ,F . 4. ORCHESTRA I, li rzi vi: A.L..i-. I1.Qiinsi4.I7, Wiaerxt. V. llznie. l. Bwsltir. lxoix -1 C., Rnihiii. l'. lascnhut. H, Sclmaltz. M, Uziir. C,. XXolil. R. Marnoll. lion f: Mi. Schmidt. llnectorg L. Lvnslw. A. Moran. B. Stone, R. Diiirio. M. Biiigciilirlnii-i'. fl. litllmxslti, Tow: CI. Nnmrich. ll. Kwliii. A. Timm. ll. ,llllllu P. Collin. Another successful year for the North Di' vision Orchestra, under the capable direction of Mr. Schmidt, has come to a close. Programs during the past year included the following: thc Senior Class Play, the Variety Show, the January Graduation, and the most important, the Annual Music Festival held in January. In addition, an appreciation concert was given THE NORTH DIVISIOIW for the children of neighboring grade schools. Several members of the North Division Orchesf tra were accepted by the AllfCity Orchestra, which is comprised of students representing every local high school. This same group also played for the opening of the new Arena. As graduation once more rolls around, the orchesf tra bids farewell to its departing seniors. Director ORCHESTRA Bottom: S. Cerns, L. Roclig, M. Norman, D. Steinfadt, B. NX'alters. Row Z: D. Fleury, G. Fourstan, O. Renfru, V. Conner, A. Rashko, M. Meyers, V. Norman, R. Yelliek. I Row 3: D, Stanley, I, Elkin, D. Hallman. I. Rosen, M. Bobo, Locke, VJ. Buclnw. -IIGH fIr. Schniiclt I. 2. -v J. Top: G. Runnclls, R. Runnclls. L.. Moskowitz, lf. Juno, E. Kraseman, J. Merkel. SCHOOL ORCHESTRA ANNUAL MUSIC FESTIVAL OF NORTH DIVISION HIGH SCHOOL PROGRAM OF THE ORCHESTRA The National Anthem "The Bohemian Girl" .............,...... W. Balfe W21ltzes, I'Tales from the Vienna Wc1ods". .. ...... Strauss Hungarian Dances, Nos. 7 and 8 .......... ....Brahms ,,,Q1,. NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY Adviser: Mrs. Knight Our chapter of the National Honor Society, known as the Beta Chapter of Wisconsin, was organized in 1922, and now has nearly nine nine hundred members. The society's emblem, the keystone and flaming torch, is recognized throughout our land and vouchcs for the charf acter and ability of its wearers. In the words of its founders, the purposes of the society are: "to make a society which shall recognize those finer qualities of kindness and unselnshf ness which should be encouraged in all high school students, to make clear that the moral attitude is the very highest factor in the def velopment of youth, and to emphasize good scholarship so that it may always stand as a foundation for distinction and achievement." Those seniors upon whom the honor of membership is bestowed must have Hne charf acters, high scholastic attainment, leadership qualities, and a record of unsellish service to their school. ELECTED TO MEMBERSHIP: FIRST SEMESTER Irene Carlson Geraldine John Charlotte Neuber Roger Brown Elena Karampelos Shirley Mae Ohl Esther Cornheld Marjorie Krueger Lois Rodig Geraldine Cowen Eileen Levin Joanne Schael Jean DeKarske Evelyn Mann Mary Ann Schmalz Ila Mae Eike Lola Magar Patsy Schmeichel Milton Crodsky Shirley Mueller Shirley Mae Schneck ELECTED TO MEMBERSHIP: SECOND SEMESTER Dolores Brown Janet Gould Delores Kunze Darlene Eenske Carla Jachthuber Vivian Locke Fred Eromgen Joyce Kaplan Carol Schadek NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY Bottom: C, Neuber, G. Cowen, E. Levine, E. Cornfield, D. Brown, G. John, J. Kaplan, L. Magar. Middle: V. Locke, J. DeKarske, S. Mueller, E. Karampelos, S. Ohl, C. Schadek, J, Gould, C. Jachthubcr, D. Kunze, D. Fenske. Top: S. Schneck, M, Schmalz, L. Roclig, M. Krueger, R. Brown, F. Frommgen, I. Fike, P. Schmeichcl, J. Schael. ,ogg GIRLS' LEADERSHIP Adviser: Miss Scherkenhach Purpose: To discuss with the girls the prohf lems and principles of leadership and person' ality development. Time and Meetiiig Place: Every Wediiesdzly during the fifth hour lunch period. The first semester meetings were held in 231. This semester they are in 233. Events of the Year: About the middle of the semester a quiz program was held on programs of social courtesy. Experts were chosen and when they were "stumped," others contrihuted. The first part of the semester was devoted to a study of oneself. The ideal girl, physically, mentally, morally, and socially, was studied for comparison with the actual in each individual. The ways and means to improvement were dis' cussed. The last part of the semesters work dealt more directly with leadership: its factors, its need, training for it, and qualifications for it. Since personality is a requirement for leadership and character a need for a pleasing personality, discussions covered these two topics quite fully as well as such suhjects as honor, service, citizen' ship, friendship, popularity, hospitality, charm and poise, and hohhies. The traits of great lead' ers were analyzed and suggestions for cultivating similar traits were made. 4 GIRLS' LEADERSHIP Row 1: llglfiss Scherkenhach, A. Schicfelbein, J. Liehner, J. Landa, R. Frindcll, C. Conrad, K. Larson . Zinda, B. Hill. Row 2: Scott, M. Buelow, C. Ottowilz. J. Gatzow, L. Whaitc. C. Cattcruceia, J. Kaiser, A. Shapiro, I. D. Macht, V. Kozlow. Row .v: M. Dean, V. Goldenbcrg, S. Kraft, C. Kuchncr, J. Uxmain, H. Eigen, J. Bigelow, M. XVirth. P. Kulhanek, J. Mattuschek. Row -6: E. Kremisz, B. Gcnsler, E. Crap, M. Kuehncl, C. Vlood, M. Bingenheimcr, M. Gensler, M. Martiii, C. Franke, R. Chovanec. Row 9: J. Lahl, G. Lemke, C. Hirschel, A. Reirnann, L. Rodig, L. Bruzelius, M. XVells, D. Karp, A. Schmitt, j. Reinke, J. Eckhoff, D. Ramthun, G. Drew. GS HOW We ay Q FOCJTBALL . . . North 7 - Custer 16 Opening the 19494950 season the North Stars dropped their first game to the hard fightf ing, alert Custer Redmen. Early in the first quarter, the North Stars began to move, but were repeatedly set back by penalties. A fumble by North on its own 30 yard line set up the first Redmen touchdown, Using its hard running "scat back" Jerry Jonas, Custer brought the ball over in a series of quick openers. The try for the extra point was good, but an offfside penalty brought the ball back, and the second try was no good. Custer kicked off, and the ball was returned to North's 16 yard line. With a bit of razzlef dazzle, Bartos to Williams to King and back to Bartos, North evened the score with a '54 yard aerial to Thurman Hawkins, who traveled un' touched 83 yards to paydirt. Fred Roese conf verted for the tiefbreaking point to end the first half, 7 to 6. Midway through the third quarter, Ober' dorf, a Custer halfback, intercepted a North pass and returned it to the North 38. On a series of running plays, the Redmen advanced the ball to the North 16 yard line where a pass from Johnson to Petri, left end, clicked for a Custer tally. Later on, with minutes left to play, Call, the Redmeifs expert kicker, booted a field goal from the Stars' 22 yard line to make the score 16 to 7 and to insure the Custer victory. North 7 - Lincoln 19 In the opening minutes of the game, Lincoln kicked off to the North Stars, and in four plays the Stars tallied for the first and only score of the game. Led by the fleetffooted King, North covered a distance of 57 yards with Quarter' back jack Bartos going over from the 1 yard line. Fred Roese added the extra point. Midway in the second quarter Lincoln scored its first touchdown on a freak play. With the ball on North's 33, Halfback Elbie Wright fum' bled a handfoff, scooped up the ball on the 43, and fired a touchdown pass to end Mike Enea. The try for the extra point failed. Shortly after the start of the second half, the Lincoln Comets scored again on a drive from their own 4O. Moving along rapidly on a series of first downs to the North 18, Halfback Elbie Wright scampered around left end for the ref maining distance. A Midway through the last period, North began to stage a comeback which was stopped by Quarterback Gus Vergetis, who picked off a Bartos aerial on the Comets' 31, and raced the remaining distance untouched for Lincoln's final score. This was the most spectacular play of the game. NORT1-I'S FOOTBALL SQUAD, 1949 Bottom Row: F. Sivak, R. Puhl, U. Fooden, NV. Klein, E. Kraseman, P, Laskoski, L. Humsinger, J. Krogman, J. Clcmenti, L. Luc tsi G. Dumkc. L. Pansky, j. Milner, R. Lastc, R, Prezeworski. Middle Row: E. Mi'ycr, L. Drews, R. Fischer, F. Rocsc, M. Johnson, XV. Grayson, A. New, J. Bartos, j. Wright, R. Mueller, E. William j, King, T. Hawkins, -I, Krochalk, R. Knie, A. Siordia. l'op Row: A, Ristow, Hd, Coachg R. Miller, Asst. Manager, R, Cooley, D, Kreitlow, T. Kautz, A. Reimer, I. Po-grob, D, Jtffcrsm l T, Kasten, D. Pedriana, T, Grimm, H. Schulz, R. Tornquist, E, Prophctcr, E. Armstrong, R. Never. Mgr. Coach Myri North 21 - Juneau 0 North Division's first conference win was a decisive victory over the Juneau Pioneers, 21 to O. Led by the Stars' two explosive halfbacks, James King and Earl Williams, the Blue and White began to show class and became a threat to the teams to come later. Early in the first quarter, with the Stars back to their own goal line, North snuffed a Juneau threatg a Bassford pass was intercepted by King who traveled 98 yards to paydirt. Not a man touched the fleet- footed back who completed the longest confer- ence run of the season. After four consecutive plays Juneau was forced to punt, and the Blue and White traveled 48 yards to tally. Once again King and Williams carried the burden with Williams going over from the 15 yard line. Fred Roese converted for the second of his three extra points. To wind up the scoring, Williams intercepted a Bassford aerial in the third quarter and galloped 53 yards to make the final score North 21fJuneau O. Fred Roese converted for the extra point. The Pioneers were a constant threat to the North Stars, penetrating the Blue and White's ten yard line three times, but they were unable to break into the scoring column. North 21 -- West 7 Having got off to a slow start in the first quarter, North wasted no time in showing West who was the boss of the game. In the closing minutes of the Hrst quarter, Halfback Frank Trautman of the Redmen fumbled on his own 40 yard line, and it was recovered by Guard Joe Clementi of North on the 43 yard line. A pass from Bartos to Jefferson on the 30 yard line ended the first quarter. On the first play in the second quarter, Bartos hit Jefferson again, and the lanky end evadcd three opposing tacklers for the first of a series of tallies. Fred Roese added the Hrst of his three conversions. Half way through the second quarter, Wur- min's punt was taken on North's 11 yard line by Halfback Jimmy King, who raced 89 yards for North's second tally. West scored its only touchdown when Ray Krecler in the closing minutes of the half in- tercepted a Bartos aerial on the 25 and returned it to the one yard line where Trautman went off tackle for the score. In the last quarter, North marched 57 yards on a series of quick openers and three successive first downs to the West 8 yard line where King shot over right guard for the tally. Fred Roese converted. Showing some fine ball playing, King, Williams, Bartos, and Jefferson from now on will be a hard combination to beat. North 7-Bay View 14 Bay View's Redcats remained in the limelight by defeating the North Stars 14 to 7 in a hard fought contest. This was Bay View's fifth straight victory and tied the Redcats with Pu- laski for the city championship. The North Stars paced by their fast stepping backs, King and Williams, took an early lead in the first quarter when left-halfback Earl Wil- liams raced around the Redcats' left end from the Bays' 14. Fred Roese converted. Roese missed a field goal attempt early in the second quarter. Determined to even the score, the Redcats, led by their junior fullback, 200-pound Ralph Biddick, scored twice. He led a 53 yard march to the Stars' goal and crashed off right tackle for the score. Ed Willman converted the first of two extra points. A fumble on the Stars' 33 yard line, recovered by End Ray Taschner, set up the Bays' second score, late in the third quarter. Biddick, on two plays, carried the ball to the North 21 yard line to end the third quarter, and then carried again to open the fourth quarter by putting the ball on North's 15. A pass, Nowak to Taschner, put the ball on the 10 yard line. Four plays later, Biddick crashed over for a Bay View tally. Willman converted. At the start of the second half, James King, North's fleet-footed halfback, scampered 79 yards through the whole Bay View team for a touchdown, only to have it recalled by an off- side penalty on North. North also stopped a Redcat threat by recovering a fumble on its own l yard line. North 14 - Washington 21 Taking the field once again, the North Stars dropped a hard fought contest to the rambling Purgolders, 21 to 14, Throughout the whole first half the Purple team was behind the Blue and White in yards gained and first downs, mainly because of penalties. North made its bid in the air with Quarterback jack Bartos com' pleting 9 out of 28 passes for a total of 126 yards. ln the opening minutes of the first quarter, Halfback Dick Varish of the Purgolders, set up the WestfSiders' first touchdown with a 58 yard gallop to the North 12 yard line. A pass, Hillf man to Becker, drew first blood for the Purple team, and Doug Isleb converted the first of the three extra points. A quick kick by Bartos, which went out on the Washington 1 yard line, set up North's first tally early in the second quarter. Washing' ton's Jack May punted out of the hole to the Purgolders' 43, where Halfback jimmy King gathered the ball in and returned it to the latf ter's 15 yard line, where on two tries Bartos carried it over on a quarterback sneak. Fred Roese converted to tie the score at 7 all. Late in the second half a kick from Bartos came down on North's 25 and paved the way for Washington's second tally. LeRoy Hillman winged a pass to Halfback Wayne johns in the end zone, and Isleb booted the extra point. With an endless third quarter, Washington blazed back with a pass interception by Dick Retzer, who returned it to the Blue and White's 1 yard line. The play covered a distance of 50 yards. Fullback Marve Swentkofske bucked over for the final Purple tally. In the closing minutes of the game, North traveled 74 yards, with the aid of three completed passes and a 15 yard penalty on the WestfSiders. The ending tally of the game came on an aerial, Bartos to Pogrob. North 9 - East 7 On a rain soaked field, the North Stars rolled up a thrilling 9 to 7 victory over a hard Hghting and determined East eleven. A spectacular 95 yard run by james King on the last play of the game gave North its victory. King's run actually came after the officials horn had sounded, but according to the rules, a play is not completed until the ball is declared dead. This astounding play developed when Frank Scaffidi of East attempting his fourth field goal, kicked wide of the goal, and the ball was picked up by Halfback Larry Lucchese who was stopped by an Grange player, yet he shuffled the ball to King who ran untouched the remainf ing distance. Roese booted the extra point. Early in the first quarter, Irv Pogrob, fullback for the Blue and Whites, tackled Buzzey Brown of East in the end zone when the latter tried to return a punt. East went into the lead in the second quarter, going 41 yards in four plays with Halfback Hank Andres circling left end from the Blue and White's 11. Scaffidi converted. Frank Scaffidi, East's "automatic toe," missed four field goal attempts from the 40, 49, and the 43 yard lines. Coaches: Mr. Myra, Mr. Ristow, Head Coach North 7 - South 20 Climaxing a notftoofgood season, the North Stars dropped their last game of the season to an upfandfcoming South Division eleven, and they finished with 5 losses and 3 victories. South took an early lead on a 35 yard march with Halfback Ron Czerwinski going over from the two. Magestro's kick for the extra point failed. Late in the second quarter, South's Cardinals tallied again, this time with Ralph Winkowski going over from North's 7. Leading 13 to O at the half the teams adjourned to their respective team rooms. During the third quarter, both teams traded touchdowns. In the opening minutes of this quarter, the Stars marched down to the Car' dinals' 10 yard line on a series of passes, but were stopped on a backiield in motion penalty and a series of incomplete passes. South took over on its ovvn 20 and marched 80 yards to its third score with Winkowski smashing over left tackle from the nine yard line. On the next kickoff, Irv Pogrob returned the ball to North's 41 yard line where a pass, Bartos to Hawkins, ended in the Stars' only tally. Fred Roese booted the extra point. The play covered 48 yards. Fred Roese, North's "automatic toe," wound up the season with a total of 19 extra points, with no misses. Coaches Mr. Bendlin Mr. Libby BASKETBALL North 72 - Washiiigioxi 53 The sounding of the horn set the first game of the '49950 season under way with an im' pressive 72 to 53 victory for the Blue and White five. Showing power and skill handling the ball, the North Stars posed a threat to any of the city teams for the foremost honor, the city chamf pionship. Taking only a two point lead at the end of the first quarter, the North Stars decided it was time to quit playing around and settle down to winning the game. Then followed the accurate shooting of Forward Ron Raasch, Guard Thur' man Hawkins, and Center Dan Folz- After this, the supremacy of the game was never doubted, and the half ended 35 to 25. With the good rebounding work of Harold Schulz and Bruce Richardson, North became sole master of the game and outshot Washing- ton 17 to 9. A last quarter splurge by the Purgolders failed to even the score, and the game ended in a triumphant victory for the North Stars. North 39 - West 49 The North Stars suffered their first setback of the '49f'5O season at the hands of Coach Erv Gerber's Redmen. Lacking the aggressiveness and spirit essential to a Winning team, the Blue and White quintet was outclassed by the smooth handling, good rebound work of West Division's cagers. The defeat suffered by North was further caused by NORTH'S BASKETBALL "A" TEAM ottom Row: R. Schulz, R. Brombcrg, S. Pauach, R. Cassaric, T. Lcssila West's domineering height and the accuracy with which its team hit for points. The North Stars started the game with a rush but were soon overtaken and could not catch up throughout the remainder of the game. The half time score was West 30, North 22. After the halfftime briefing, the North cagers renewed their hopes and slowly closed the gap, out-shooting the Redmen 8 to 7 at the close of third quarter. The final period showed that West was de' termined to clinch the victory and that North's futile last quarter rush failed to tie the score. The game ended with a West Division victory, in the second game of the new city conference. Scoring honors for North went to Center Dan Folz, Guard Bruce Richardson, and For' ward Harold Schulz with 12, 11, and 8, ref spectively. North 50 - Juneau 42 Tasting an early defeat this season at the hands of the West Division Redmen, the Blue and White quintet bounced back for a sure vicf tory in downing a hardffighting Juneau five. The opening whistle play indicated which would be supreme in this contest. The North Division five showed sparkling drive and ag' gressiveness which they failed to show a week earlier. With a sureffire starting linefup, consist' ing of Guard Harold Schulz, Forward Ron Raasch, Guard Bruce Richardson, Center Dan Folz, and Forward Thurman Hawkins, Coach op Row: C. Tegtmeicr, E. Pogrob, R. Raasch, D. Folz, H. Schulz, A. Siordia, G. Kolterman. ..A,. VARSITY mamma, -nf 1-.r..l.4-as . 1 NORTH'S BASKETBALL "B" TEAM ALBHH TEAM tt m Row: D. Luedtkc, W. Shimek, R. King, B. Ollmann, E, Traut. Mddle Row: J. Larson. R. Johnson, I. Jonas, R. Witt, U. Howzie, H. Wilson. T p Row: Coach Fields, F. Baier, T, Doerflinger, R. Patterson, D. Gee, R. Pogorclc, R. Eisenberg. Trythall's boys displayed some hne teamwork, especially good rebound work. The Blue and White five outshot the Pioneers 10 to 7 and again 13 to 11 to close an exciting Hrst half, with the score 23 to 18, at the close. Opening the second half with a traditional rush, the North Division basketeers ran the score up to a 42 to 30 third canto and showed the Pioneers who would win this game. Although Juneau outshot North in the final period of the game 12 to 8, its final drive failed to catch up with the Blue and White, and the game ended in a triumphant victory for the North Division five, 50 to 42. North 35 -Bay View 23 Winning their third game out of four starts by defeating the Bay View five 35 to 23, the North Stars earned a third place tie with Washington. Coach Trythall's boys in Blue displayed too much power for the Bays and rolled to a smash' ing first quarter lead, 12 to 3. Showing plenty of spirit and fight, the Bays were not to be counted out of the game, but it was just one of those things, for the Bay View five hit the rim with only two baskets to wind up the first half, North 18, Bay View 6. Throughout the first half, North's lead was never threatened, nor was its superiority doubted. North's drive and aggressiveness was a mark of distinction, for the following teams on the North calendar had much to fear in the coming weeks. North 56 - Pulaski 43 North knocked Pulaski from the undefeated ranks of the city conference with a 56 to 43 trouncing. This dropped Pulaski to a second place tie with North and Washington. Getting off to a slow start, the Blue and Whites had a difficult time to stay within hail' ing distance of the Southsiders, and this was done only by a string of seven straight free throws. Outscored 12 to 9 in the first period, the Blue and Whites came back to bring the half time score to a 24 to 25 close, with the Ramblers in the lead. Incensed, with new spirit and aggressiveness, the North Stars cut loose in the second half with 32 points, outshooting the Pulaski Ram' blers in the final two quarters. North's ability to snare rebounds caused this change in the tide of points, enabling the Stars to catch the South' siders and pass them. North 55 - Lincoln 44 Hitting the net for a total of 55 points, the North five smothered a high spirited Lincoln quintet. The starting horn paved the way for the smooth teamwork and good floor play which enabled the Blue and White team to win. Scoring on every possible opportunity, the North Stars surged ahead at the quarter, 18 to 6. Stunned by this outburst of points, the Lin' coln five were unable to regain a foothold and dropped to a 34 to 14 half time score. Starting the second half with a rush, the North Division basketeers took complete control of the game with the fine rebounding work of Center Dan Folz and Forward Harold Schulz. -1014- North 47-King 46 Going into the sixth game of the city conf ference, Hghting for its hold as the second place team, North was pushed to its maximum in downing a stuhhorn Rufus King five in the closing two minutes of play. The game, which held the spectators on edge until the final horn, was a display of fine floor play and accurate shooting. North 36-Custer 30 After having heen through a rough game the week hefore, the Blue and White five decided to play good, accurate hall, and as a result downed the Custer quintet 36 to 30, after having gotten off to a shaky start. At the start of the second half, Custer carf ried the game to the North quintet and forced it to display fine defensive work, hut a pair of haskets hy Forward Ron Raaseh not only cinched the victory, hut also cinched a tie for North with the tall West Division five in the city conference. I7 FK LZ H Sf HULZ R. RAASCH R. SCHULTZ C. TEGTMIER North 41 -East 42 Once again the North Division quintet took to the hard wood and played a dazzling game, which proved to he a heartfhreaker, as it tasted defeat for the second time in the season, this time at the hands of Coach John Hafey's East quintet on a layfup shot by Erv Kamuchey in the last 15 seconds of the game. Having the game apparently in the bag with a 41 to 38 lead with one minute to go, North whisked a hook shot through the net to start the ram' page which put the East quintet out in front to stay. While the Blue and White tried to stall, Kamuchey intercepted a North pass and sank the clinching bucket. North 34 - South 37 Knocked out of the running for the city championship by eighth placefSouth Division, last year's cage winners, North held on to a loose second place tie with Washingtcuri and Pulaski. With still another game left to play in the city conference, the likely teams to play in the postfseason playfoff were chosen. The results of the next game would show which teams were to play. Playing on a small court had its difficulties as it hampered the North Stars' speed as well as their movements, hut they dropped a run' away game to South, 34 to 37. North 51 -Tech 24 Wcurkiiig a complete overhaul on its previous weelis play, the North trounced the Boys' Tech Trojans, 51 to 24. The game, nothing new in the way of thrillers, was greeted hy a tremendous student turnout, and it proved to he a onefsided affair. SIORDIA R. BROMBERG R, CASSARIE T. LESSILA Witli the addition of a newcomer, Irv Pogf roh, a starter for the first time this season, Coach Trythall's boys in Blue held the leaguef leading scorer, John Meleski, who broke the city scoring record with 203 points, down to three points. Qutclassed from the start, North showed its superiority in handling the hall as well as its fine defensive play. This was a grand finale, North closed a good season, ending in second place and cinching a chance in the postfseason playoffs to be held next week. North 49 - Washington 51 Gaining a position on the city playfoff teams J. KOLTERMAN I. POGROB along with Washiiigtori, Lincoln, and West, North drew Washington as its opponent. Famed for its last quarter spurt, Washingtoii measured up to all its expectations as it over' came a 45' to 38 score with only eight minutes left to play. Even before the game got under way, the tension of the crowd and the expresf sions on the faces of the players showed that North would be in for a great game, and that's just what it was. North's lack of punch in the final period proved to be the hindrance which cost it a heartfbreaking game, ending 51 to 49. BLAZING TRAILS CROSS-CCJUNTRY . . . Under the able leadership of Coach E. Thompson, the North Division harriers began their second season of crossfcountry. These boys worked under difficult conditions. They dressed at school and then took a bus to Lake Park, their home field, one of the trickiest cross' country courses in the city. As Mr. Thompson stated, the boys deserve most of the credit. Had it not been for their willingness to work and their desire to bring North a name in the field of crossfcountry, this season might have gone unnoticed. Placing seventh in the city meet, with a field of ten, as compared to last place the year before, was a remarkable improvement. Much of the progress was due to the fact that many boys of the '48 season returned to give valuable aid to the newcomers. The experience gained during the '48 season held over and brought the fellows many places higher than they would have been, lacking this knowledge. The opening meet of the '49 season was one to remember, for the Blue and White harriers defeated the Pulaski Ramblers 28 to 29. The North boys who paced the scoring were Fred Birts, Ted Eckstein, Frank Meister, and Louis Moscowitz. Following this meet, the Hillfandf Dale boys dropped a grueling race to the Boys' Tech Trojans, 38 to 19. Eckstein, Meister, and Birts led the North scorers, respectively. Conf cluding this season's dual meets in preparation for the sectional, triangular and city meet, the Blue and White harriers defeated West Divi' sion, 26 to 32. The attack was paced by Hor- vath, a late entrant for North, Meister, Eckstein, and Moscowitz. In the North Sectional meet, North placed fourth behind King, East, and Washington. This meet was followed by the Triangular meet, composed of South, Lincoln, and North. Our harriers placed third. Closing the '49 season with a bang, the Blue and White harriers promoted themselves to a seventh place in the allfimportant city meet, nos' ing out Pulaski, Lincoln, and West. They were beaten by Bay View, East, King, West, South, and Tech. The North placers were Horvath, Birts, DeTarville, and Eckstein, respectively. The seas0n's "N" winners were as follows: Temple, Birts, Horvath, Faber, Moscowitz, Eck- stein, Meister, DeTarville. Congratulations came from the school for a job well done. Coach Thompson is sending out a call for all boys who are interested in running and in prof moting the name of North in the upper section of next year's crossfcountry teams. Let's go, fel' lows, let's get one hundred percent behind him. CROSS COUNTRY TEAM T p R wr Coach Thompson, I. Eckstein, F. Meister, L. Moskowitz, E. Horvath. tt Row: F. Birts, K. DcTarville, E. Temple, T. Faber. -105 A V - V 5 f ,309 355 5 mn iii! B H? 'Ma ' 5' '- .- I ian -I Ml? 'WWMWWSW' W" M V' . 5 if gi" ,, fjjggli xgixwffw Qwdwffw 5 YSL? 'M ,Q 41si,xw+52z2gzf -,IQ S ,fi-mi-ww ,W A , Q ' W SQMRW-V Xfmb 1 my HN.. GIRLS MN" GIRLS Row l: C. Barkow, P. Schmeichel, I. Fike, P. Koch, C. Kuehncr, M, Krueger, M. XVerncckc, J, Trott. Row 2: R, Vogt, l'. Brimer, C. Lorenzi, K. MllCllCf, D. Brown, L. Tesscndorf, E, Minor, C. Nimmick. Row 3: A. Schmitt, E. Amari, R. Frindell, l'. Zaeher, E. Karzimpclos, -I. Hauhrich, J. Larsen, U. Borman, M, Kamcnick. Row 4: -I, Gieser, Mrs. Shultis, M. Karl, D. Lingenfclder, C, Herhst, B. Bcrndt, Miss Heiden, L. Rodig. ACTIVITIES! ACTIVITIES! ACTIVITIES! The girls' gym is fairly bubbling over with the laughter of girls engaged in the various activities sponsored hy Miss Heiden and Mrs. Shultis. Drihhling for a basket, volleying the hall over the net, or leaping through the air in the dance class are some of the reasons the girls are drawn magnetically toward the :vm Many girls get into the swim hy entering the swimming contests which include the crawl, the hackstroke, and the hreaststroke. All mer' maids are invited. For the baseball fans, we have softhall teams and pitching contests where extra energy may he put into action. The game has referees, and scorefkeepers to make everything official. H. Amlvorn, C. Brenner, I. Valentine, P. Felker, B, Recht. Tennis is also a favorite among the girls, for it teaches eofordination of the hody as well as muscular control. "Bowery Bums" those fast girls on the has' kethall court take top honors for the school. Pat Koch, Christine Mueller, Arlene Peterson, Pat Schmeichel, Doris Balke, Dawn Snyder, and Ila Fike are the girls with all that action, spirit, and teamwork. A block hchind were the "Kinnickinnic Kellersf' followed by the "Mystery Street." Top honors from across the net go to the "Shoestringers" who won the volleyhall chamf pionship. Competition is keen and the goals of the girls are high, in most cases the cherished prize, the athletic CI-IEER LEADERS an Wt Swimming Team .... H? W 'Q , M , -m M fm as "Take ten or swimmers take your marks, go!" These are expressions commonly associated with the start of the swimming season, and this year was no different, for this could be heard for the free admission of one ticket, at the North Avenue natatorium, North's home pool. Under the able direction of Coaches Ristow and Adamus, the North Blue Gills were put through their paces, in preparation for the big event of the year- The Little City meet which was held at Pulaski High School. SWIMMING TEAM "B" B Siegel, A, Schnell, J. Miller, R. Brown. Coaches: Ristow, Adamus Coach Ristow's major problem, as it has been for years, is depth, and the loss with mid' semester graduations whereby he would lose three of his starting linefupg namely, Bill Schlonf drop, Don Alberts, and Tom Kasten. This year's Little City meet found North in fourth place, with East nosing out Lincoln, and Washington nosing out North 33 to 35. For North, the scoring honors went to Bob Recht, first in the lOOfyd. free styleg to Louis Pansky, second in the fancy divingg to Bill Schlondrop, x 7 J Rosen, B. Parker, D. Schneider, XY. Younggren, J. Saichek, C. Schaefer, E, Huebner. Roy Fischer, B. Fisher, J. XVright, B. Laste, D. Shaurette, 1, Moga, R. Leach. SWIMMING HB" TEAM L,-.-. : f,aw'f-WMF -simmer-s'fm A A W- A- 1- ' 17 DIP IN OR JUMP! THE WATER'S FINE! second in the 200fyd. free style, and to Arthur Gee, third in fancy diving. North also copped first in the 200fyd. free style relay, with Bob Recht, Louis Pansky, Bill Schlondrop, and jim Reddemann the participants. Not having a particularly good season, North drew some consolation in individual perform' ances in the City meet, and also in the State meet. Bob Recht placed fifth in the 100fyd. free style in the City, and Louis Pansky placed fourth in the 5Ofyd. free style, and third in the competitive diving. Pansky also placed fourth in the diving event in the State meet. The following boys were awarded their "N's": Bill Schlondrop, Bob Recht, Louis Pan' sky, Don Niemoth, jim Reddemann, Tom Kas' ten, and Don Alberts. North's scoring laurels went to Bob Recht, Bill Schlondrop, Louis Pansky, and Jim Redde- man, respectively. The results of the '-P9950 season are as folf lows: North 28-East '55 North 34--Bay View 49 North 19---Pulaski 64 North 334Little City North 31-if-Tech 41 North 31--Lincoln 52 North 55-South 28 North 60--City Meet North 2-Y--State meet Returning letterman for next year is jim Reddemann, but he will get help from Dan Schneider, Arthur Gee, Gene Hanson, and a host of other freshmen and sophomores. How' ever, there is a call for more boys, and, as Coach Ristow says, "Get into the swim of things." VARSITY SWIMMING TEAM Row 1: Mr, Adamus, XX. Schlondrop, T. Kristen, Mr. Ristoxv. Row Z: M. Volkcrt, L. NVurm, G. Hanson, A. Gee, D. Niemoth. 3: J. Rcddcmann, L. Panslty, D. Allwi-rt, R. Rccht, R. Hay. SWIMMINQI "A" TEAM l.M .............,....,. .. . .. -.......:..l.. .... ,Il -. ,, N.D.H. Coach: Mr. Ristow With the usual grunts and groans associated with gymnastics, came North's musclemen to take the spotlight. Working from the start of the semester in September until meet time, which was March 31, 1950, at Rufus Kings gym, the boy Herculeans worked hard and long to develop their exercises so that they would have them down pat when meet time rolled around, but still it was pretty hard to do. It seemed like a long time to prepare for one meet, but it was needed. The boys had to learn the fundamental parts of the exercise and the methods of pulling them together. After diligent practice they had to pass inspection under the professional eye of Coach Ristow. With this work completed, Coach Ristow asf sembled his squad, which was divided into three groups: senior, junior, and freshman' sophomore. This year the senior and junior meet was held at Rufus King High School, and the freshmanfsophomore meet held at Pulaski. In the class A group, North placed only one man in the upper ten, Gene Hanson, who has another year of competition left. Gene dis' played championship form as he garnered secf Gym Team ond place, losing out to Roy Johnson of Pulaski by the slim margin of seven points. As a team, North placed Hfth because of lack of depth and the losing of Letterman Buel Witt who missed the meet because of an injury. North's B team boys fared better, for they placed two men in the upper ten and second place in the city finals. The two boys who placed were Gene fButchj Traut and Leland Curley, with third and eighth place, respectively. The remainder of the boys also contributed to North's standing, and quite a few of these boys showed skill and determination to fight for that city championship next year. In the freshmanfsophomore meet, the boys placed fourth out of a possible six schools, and these boys were led by W. Butterfield, L. Wurm, and L. Theurich. Coach Ristow extends an invitation to all those boys interested in gym work or in building a fine physical body as well as a healthy mental attitude, or in fine sportsmanship, to seriously consider enrolling for the GYM TEAM next fall. ACTION! ALWAYS ACTION! GYM TEAM Bumnn: L. Cllmxhznnu, D, Riclmxnls, M Vulkcrt, U. Sclnxufvr, H. Axnlwlu, F Klcbzx, U, Hamann, L. Curlry. M1ddlc: I. Snichrk E Cumwlw ll Gzxmlunivk, lf. Txznuhl L. I'2nlLk4y,, R 'l'inrh-frirz, A. Lens, IS. Win. Top: K. Scnkurlk, If. Schutt, I7 XYingcr, A. Lunch, D. Hymn, XY M1llx'.':m. D. jxlllv. T. Rulfrr, H Minoru, R. Rvclmr. HOLD IT' Wy if 'iv Track Bang!! They're off, running neck and neck, and suddenly from behind comes one of North's ovvn track speedsters. Yes, here it is again, the 1950 track season. Coach Thompson is building a team around a nucleus of three returning let' termen: James King, Andy Henderson, and Duane Pedrianag and from a full squad of anxious boys who are willing to work, not only for their letters, hut also to try to develop for North a championship team. These boys can be seen practicing diligently at North Stadium every day of the week. F-11 Coach Thompson NORTI-LS TRACK SQUAD Bottom Row: K. Voss, R, Zimmerman, R. Harpole, D. Gee, R. Pogorelc, VJ. Buttcrneld, U. Howzie, R. King, O. Johnson, R. Homshcr, R. Dunn, Manager. E. Beyer, F. Sivak, R. Witt, P. Berman, B. Taugncr, R. Bromherg, W. Leonard, V. Wendell, J. Larson, J. jaster, N. Simandl. F. Baicr, D. Gasso, D. Fnlz. D. Fischer, C. Schlechta, E. Shapiro, L. Moskowitz, D. Manz, J. Ebert, L. Klipstein, E. Temple. Row 4: D. Pedriana, E, Moore, D. Tarver, K. DeTarville, A. Henderson, J. King, T. Eckstein, L. Pansky, J. Krogman, F. Birts, E. Horvath, A. Mitchell, T. Faber. Row Z: Row 3: Having begun the season with an early meet, North showed some prowess in the short dash events and the weights as they dropped a heartfhreaker to Juneau High School, 55 to 59. North was paced hy King, Pedriana, and john Krogman, who took first in their respective events: King in the 100 and 200 yard dashes, Pedriana in the discus and shotfput, and Krogf man in the high jump and a second in the low hurdles. Other placers for North were Andy Henderson, Fred Baier, and Dan Tarver. 2-. acemakers Coach Fields This year's squad shows undeveloped power in the distance runs as well as the short dashes for boys such as Alex Mitchell, Richard Kurth, and Dan Folz, who have a few years of com' petitive track left. As this year's Annual goes to press, the Blue and White track squad will have had a number of meets under its belt and will probably have experienced a good season. In this year's City Sectional Relays, North placed two teams for the final events to be held Friday, May 12, at the North Stadium. North took fourth place, defeating West. Counting on King and Henderson to place in the City as well as the State meets, North hopes to develop her strength in the freshman' sophomore team and prepare for a good future track squad. -11 w J 1 North's schedule is as follows: May 12-City Sectional Relay FinalsfNorth Stadium May 16fSouth' -'South Stadium May 2OfState Scctional'ffTosa Stadium june Zi-Westf'Ncirth Stadium june 6 fTrials for the 440 and 880 City Meet A South Stadium june 9f-'City Meet South Stadium Some of the prospects for this year's squad are Dan Tarver in the hurdle eventg Everett Moore, hurdlesg Tom Faber, 440 and relaysg Ted Eekstein, relay and 440g Dan Folz, shotfputg Leonard Warreii, shotfput, and Richard Kurth, mile. The whole school realizes that this will be a season long to remain in our memories. lnfra-Mural Baseball . . Strike three! You're out! So goes the cry at Wright Street Playground where teams in the Intramural Baseball League square off al' most every school day at 3:30. The teams, undaunted by cold weather and rain, have gone on playing, and are just drawing the season to a close as this Tattler goes to press. The league is under the direction of Mr. Atlas and Mr. Bender, who have done an exf cellent job in organizing the schedule and seeing to it that everything runs smoothly. Their North's 1949 Season duties included caring for the equipment and attending all the games. The latter duty was hardly necessary, however, for all the players exhibited hard playing and good sportsmanf ship, even as far as the umpires were concerned. There are five teams in the league, with each team playing ten games. The thirteen players on each team range from freshmen to seniors. The choice of a team name and a captain is left up to the players. Each team also appoints an umpire, who is to be ready when called upon. All in all, the players had a good time while playing in the tough compef tition and even the spectators enjoyed them' selves. So play ball! And on to the end of the season! -114 I 5 LEADI Bcycr. SS, . . .. Hznnzinn, VI. .. Scdivy, SS. .,.. Uritmcycr. BB. Schcidckkcr. VI, Tollivcr, CI-. . . . Buxhzium, CL. . Gilzmc, CL. . . . . H. Schulz, BB.. L. Jones, AS.. .. McGill, AS. ... NG I-IITTERS 600 S38 533 500 'T00 500 500 700 471 471 444 12. Wehcr, SS. . w 1.1. Krochalk, VI. ... . 14. Kowz1Iski,VI. ........... . 17. Haiupt, BB. ............., . STANDINGS Team Wivii Lust Pct. C Bluc Bomhcrs . . ..,. 4 l .800 - Vikings ....... . . 5 2 .667 Shooting Stars . . . 2 3 .400 All Stars ..... Cluwns ...... 2 4 .333 ,... ,, . jA3m.,,,M,,,M ,lm , ' 4 2 6 .285 Coaches Bender Atlas I NorTh's Tennis Team Love, game! After a lapse of five years, North Division has finally reorganized and de' veloped a tennis team. This was brought about by the efforts of Mr. Adamus, who is the squad's coach, and a number of boys who were eager enough to play although they faced the possibility of having to practice away from the school, as is the practice in most of our athletic events. The close of the basketball and swimming season brought a call from Daniel Schneider, the manager of the tennis team, to all boys interested to report to Mr. Adamus. Twenty' six boys responded, and an elimination tournaf ment was held, narrowing the squad down to six regular or first string players. A number of these boys have shown great promise, and since North is not a member of the city conference yet, these boys will have a chance to learn the fine points of the game from their coach. North has played three games this year and hopes to have more. Their record has been two losses and one win. These nonfconference games were played with Lincoln, Pulaski, and Juneau, of which the North netters dropped hardffought games to Lincoln, 3f1, to Pulaski, -lfl, and defeating Juneau, 30, The boys lead' TENNIS TEAM ing the group with games won are Paul Mc' Closky and Bertell Ollman, both with a Zfi average. These boys have still another year of competition left, along with Bob Eisenberg, and Dave Hamann. I am sure that with the proper encourage' ment and spirit, North will soon turn out a City Championship team. The team is still new and is still in the rebuilding stage, and there is always room for a few more fellows. What do you say? Let's all get behind our tennis team 10070. As this report is being sent in, the squad has a number of games left, and the standings of the team players are as follows: Wcmii Lost Hamann . . 0 3 McClosky . . 2 1 Ollman . . . 2 1 Eisenberg . . . 1 2 Brown . . . . 0 3 Rosen .................... O 3 The tennis squad, practicing at Auer Avenue could be seen every night unless inclement weather made tennis impossible. In this case Mr. Adamus had the boys in for a chalk talk whereby he explained the methods of serving and returning. Bottom: il. Rosen, R. Mlleller, R. XVolf, G. Garnboeck, R. Parker. Top: D, Hamann, R. Brown, lf, lvlcflloslvly, .L Hui-ge, ID, Schneider ilvlgiil Nor Shown: B. Ullman, R. lfiseiilwrg. Coach: Mr. Adamus. m . Co ich Adamus ff TENNIS TEAM NET RESULTS! M A X M 1. QQ ,mem wg' .W ,L Wiwxfl., H ew, "iw k msfkffw if shi gf H 3, t ' W n - .... , E 5 S! 3 E E 3 2 S 5 5 3 il' 5 hh g 4, , X, W 'M 2 N H ,P .,. W G fi T H S2 ag I M Q3 an f 5 gf 2, ,dv Wwe . 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