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

 - Class of 1956

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NORTH DIVISION ON THE STAFF CofBusiness Managers ..... Sports Editors . . ..... Herald Armstrong Uohn Himmelmann Edward Freeman William Reynolds Advertising . . . Shirley Luecke John Himmelmann Barbara Wallerman jerry Schreck Organizations . ..... Margaret Eastman john Meyers Photography . . . .... Bernard Baum Murray Bernstein Advisers lGunars Vegners lWalter Schumann Art . . . Typists . . . Mr. Newman, Chr. Mr. Trythall Mrs. Williamson Miss Daly Mr. Orlando Mr. Brooks Gary Corpron Raymond Orange Charles Hawkins James Qualls Charles McNally Aivars Krievins Cecilia Savage joan Never Gloria Schmaelzle Helen Jahlonicky Evelyn Harris AMarjorie Fisher HIGH SCHOOL WfwauLee, ia. The .fclwol ITS STUDENTS THEIR WORK fam! ACHTEVEMENTS 1956 ' af S Q 5 , W1 9 X T W? M"""' ,wow wg 7Z2 MGT OUR FACULTY OUR CLASSES OUR ACTIVITIES OUR SPORTS ll jfidufe s"""""u To- MRS. ALICE BOUSFIELD Last Thanksgiving, North Division lost from its faculty a very able, dynamic teacher of English when Alice Nyherg Bouslield retired to join her husband on their ranch in California. Mrs. Bousfield is a graduate and Phi Beta Kappa of Lawrence College. After her graduation, she entered the field of teaching the subject of English. Being no mean poetess herself, she often used verse to express her own emotions and idealsg and she most ably transferred to her students her love for fine poetry and literature at the same time she aimed to instill them with a love of beauty in all its forms. Through the years her energy went into many other activities. She helped to organize the school's Athletic Associationg she was for a time sponsor of the Webster Debating Society and of the Girls' Clubg she was chairman of the faculty flower fundg she was one of the faculty advisers of The North Star and of The Tattler, the school yearbook. She coached many plays and served on the National Honor Committee. In addition to her school activities, she was a member of the Shorewood Opera Chorus and the Shorewood Women's Chorus. Sensing her sympathetic spirit, troubled students often sought her out for help and inspiration. She often worked beyond her strength and might have said with Edna St. Vincent Millay, "M y candle burn! at both endif Il will not lar! the night,- But ala, my foef, and ob, my friendr, ll giver cl lovely light." May Mrs. Bousfield's retirement be blessed with good health and more leisure to enjoy the beautiful things of life. LJ f W ' !2JZ4,L,Cy I 7664-Z6 , f A , L. 0 A 0 A51 Q! 51 -'2f1,c,fv:.,Z,f ,efff' fffyz-,cf ff flbd' Z7 co wel, J 47 ocfgfc MRS. ALICE BOUSFIELD D6!7d7'flllKlIf of Ellglifb .jvlere 0 74225. ---..-- .gnfroclucing ULU' jClCUAy MR. WERG IN Prinfipal WMM O UI' .xdclminidfra fora MR. CULVER Vjt'8-Pl'i1lt'jf7d! EiI'2Cf0I'6 0 guiclance anal .szruiced MR. KARLSON C Izrwirflfzfm C 00l'tfil7LZ1'0I 0 MMA MR. HALL MR. GEE gf Aydjg-Vjyygl Ajdy Direflor of Guidance MISS HEIDEN MR. KEITH MISS LUKER MRS. MOSER Physical 'Training History Mathematics Language r x . l MR. NEWMAN MR. PRITCHARD MRS. REAGLES MR. SCHMIDT X English Commercial Household Arts ,K-I Music gwyfdz f 6, A -. 2l96l,l'tl'I'l2l'l WAX!!! .tiff gkcurmen . . . wld? l MR. WEEKS MRS. WILLIAMSON MR. WITTE Industrial Arts Art Science MR. ANDERSON MR. ATWELL MRS. BAUMGARTNER MR. BROOKS History lndustnnl Afts Mathematlcs English MISS DALY DAMUTH MISS DUNN Commercial ' A Engluh 6lCll,g... MR. ENGELKE MR. FISHER ,C MRS. FREITAG HiSIO1y E-nglxsh W Household Am NDN W W Mm v0 unix, MR. FROST MR. GEE MISS GREGG MR. HALL Speech Histo-ry Mathematics Science MISS HEALY MR. HEPNER MR. KAMPINE English Music Histmy Worm Qbiuiaion MR. KARLSON MR. KINTIS MISS KOEPP Science Science English l MR. LIBBY MR. MCGARTY Commercial Commenial MR. MEYER MISS MYERS Art English MR. MYRA MR. NOWAK MR. ORLANDO Commercial English Music allay... MR. PELIKAN MRS. POLOMIS Mathematics Household A115 MR. RISTOW MISS SCHAEFER Physical Training Language MR. STEPHENS Industrial Arts MQ' A ""' " '--V- A" MLM MAMML ? ' 'ZA 1 "V:: M MRS. TALL MR. 'TETZLAFF MR. THOMAS Household A-rts Science English Worm liuidion MR. THOMPSON MR. TRI Histovy Comm MR. WITHERS MR. ZETTEL MISS HERZIGER MISS PUNKE I'l15:x1rul Trulnivm Cmn1nu'rwiul Libm1ian Wuljafc 6l,Clfl,6g . . . MRS. KUNDA MISS ALIOTO MISS COWEN MISS DI MAGGIO Sccvctmy Offzcc Amisrant Offxue Asxisrmxt Offnre Assnsnmt MR. WIESNER School Engmccr DR. WIESE MISS DONNERMEYER Srhoul Docxur Srhool Nurs: I i MRS. EBERT MRS. GREENE MRS. HORVATH MRS. JOYCE Music Social Science Language Avts Language A1ts Language Arts Social Sfienfc Social Srxcuuc MR. KUCERA MR. MARASCH MR. MEYER MR. STENDAL A1IIll17lEllC Art, Science Social Science Aritlimctic Science A1inhme!ic Language Ans Suicnfc 6lClfl,Ag-' enlentafg MR. TEMBY MR. WOJAN MRS. YENNIE An, Language Ans Avizhmctic Aft, Science Social Scicnua Science Arithnletic .NQPQ .!4l"e 'ML I I I I I I I ,4ffembn, Qui' gfarizied JANUARY SENIOR COMMITTEES Row lz C. Owens, R. Brzinta, Mr. YVitte, B. McClain, E. Olm, N. Rochol. Row 2: G. Richter, B. Pape, G. Bobinger, B. Werth, J. Soliva, J. Garland, T. Cifaldi. Row 3: E. Kleser, J. Anderson, J. Mahkorn, G. Schmnclzle, J. Never, J. Schaefer, A. Wilson. Row 4: J. Armstrong, J. Bonaparte, L. Harmon, A. Reinhardt, M. Krimmcr, W. Ructh, T. Hcumann, J. Bundesen CAP AND GOWN COMMITTEE Gertrude Bobinger Barbara Pape Ronald Branta Al Reinhardt Jack Buchanon Grace Richter Luther Harmon Willie Runnells Joyce Garland Joyce Schaeffer Forbus Kiddoo Shirley Warren SENIOR-FACULTY MIXER Jerald Armstrong Joan Never Jerry Bonaparte Elaine Ohm Jess Bundesen Charles Owens Thressa Cifalcli Nancy Rochol Tom Heumann Allen Wilson GIFT COMMITTEE Janice Anderson Bonnie McClain Earl Kleser Julianne Ottowitz Barhara Klien William Rueth Manfred Krimmer Gloria Schmaelzle Janice Mahkorn Janice Soliva January Senior Committees January Commencement Program llflkalneaalay, january 25, 1956, 8:00 p.m., in .16-ug .jwlaff PROCESSIONAL ....,. ...... .,.. C l ass of January, 195 6 "Pornp and Circumstancen ............................. ........ E lgar North Division High School Band NATIONAL ANTHEM AND PLEDGE OF ALLEGIANCE Senior Class Advisor ............................. .... M ARVIN H. WITTE ADDRESS OF WELCOME ................. NORTH DIVISION HIGH SCHOOL BAND .... . . . . . .SHEILA FAYE FENDER . . . . .Directed by ELDON HEPNER SELECTED PRESENTATION OF CLASS GIFT .... ........ W ILLIAM R. RUETH, JR. ACCEPTANCE OF CLASS GIFT ......... .... P RINCIPAL OLIVER F. WERGIN CHORAL ENSEMBLE-'LHALLS OF IVY". . . ....................... H. WILSON COMMENCEMENT ADDRESS .... ..... D R. WILLIAM CLYDE DONALD II ROLL CALL OF GRADUATES ..... .... V ICEPRINCIFPAL L. W. CULVER PRESENTATION OF DIPLOMAS ..... .... P RINCIPAL OLIVER F. WERGIN RECESSIONAL ........... .... T HE GRADUATES "Graduation Marchl' .................................. ..... S kornika North Division High School Band .. 23 .. January NYlLLllf ALEXANI HER. Elective. JANICE RUTH ANDERSON. Stcnugiwiphic, Miifiug Fu, turn Tcachws' Cllulmg Girls' Clulug Lilarary Nloug Oilm: Mfiii.g Siudcnt Clouncilg Gym Mi1ii.g Danica: Ifnsg Sr. Grit: Cum.: Allfliicy Kfhoir. ,llfRALD IUHN ARIWSTRONG. Scicncir. Mlisic Fvstiulg Fuurlmll "N" CIupt.g Lcadvrship Gmupg Cuurt Dany: Miiiu. in "Aug Nail. Hon. Suc.g Sr. Mixmri' Cuin.g Studcni. Cuuncilg i"l'atrlvr" Aunualg "N" Club: Hall Cadri Licut.: Buns!-'r Buys: Pulvlicllv flung Allfffiiy Clmir: Stud--nt Cuuucil. l'rr:s.. Intcrluqh Rrprcsciu.itxw. GEORGIA ANN BALLARD. Eli-utivu, Girls' Clulw. FRANCES FAY BARDOXY. lSfc -lunv klrddiiutr- Panel. P VJ KIERTRUDE E. ISOBINCER. Eli-ctivv. Music li-stivailg Biolugy Clulwg Futura Tcaclicrs' Clulu Vicc-P1'us.g Girls' Club: Lilwrairy Mon.: Pup fflul-ig Nut, Hon. Soc.: Nfvrtlx Div. Hun. Clulwg Lncnl Hun. Rullg Srudunt Sci.: Sr, Dram:-mc Productirmg Sr. Prom Com.: Student lluumil Truzimg Was. Stats Studrnr iluuncil Dclcgatcg Scrvicu Typistsg Gym Mun.: Big Sisters flrmffflxznirmziimg Hall Czidrlg Lilwrnry Kllulng Dancr Ensg Buusler Girls: Sr. Cup :md Gunn 111,111.1 Sr, Cldas Trias.: Uslirrvttw: Chc-'rlcndnz Niwi1fPi'ugi'am Mi1ii.g Allfflury Clhuir. MILDRED H. BUETTCIHER. Elrctivc. Future Trachirrx' Clulwg Girls' Club1 Uuiclzuicr Rnum Miin.g Studrnr Cuun cilg Latin Clulxg Cafctrria Car-ilmiur. IIERUME LEE l5UNAl'AR'l'lf. Science. Mun. in "Aug Visual Aids Operator: Sr. Mixcr Comg Srudfm Cloiincilz Swimming Tczim "N"g Tennis T-'nnig Nonnfl'orur.nn Milli. H ARRIET BOSKU. Iilvciivv. SHIRLEY D. BRAGG. English. Girls' Club. RONALD RRANTA. Elcttlvf, Baslwtliall "NN: StuJ-'nt Cuuncilg llym Nlonq Hall Cadct: Sr. Cup and flown Cmn. DARLIZNE ISULLOCKS. Elrctivc. Girls' Clulvg I'-'p Cluly. .IESS ,l. BUNDHSHN. Scicncr, Miisic Fi-stivailg Visual Aids Opvrat.ui'g Sr, Mixci' Cumg Student Cuuncilg Fino Arts Cluls. THRESSA E. CIFALDI, Elccriw. Biulouy Cluliz Future Tcuchcrs' Club: Girls' Cluhg R-'wt Ruiwm Mimnlg Sr. Mixcr Cumg Hull Cudrt, ,lUDl'l'H ANN DIEDRICH. Stcimgrapliic. Music lfcsrivnlg Girls' Clul1:All-C1!vChiur BETTY ANN ENCELHARDT. Elcclivc Course. Girls' Club: Pup Clulwg Costumi- Mixii. SHEILA F. FENDER. Elcctivc Course. V.lluli:ti+ri.m. 93.-46g North Division Hun. Club. JACQUELINE Y, FISHER. lilcctivq Cuursc. Biology Club: Future Teachcrs' Club: Girls' Clulv: Lilwzary Nluu.: Pep Clulig Studunt Cuuncilg Lilwmry Club, Graduates BERKELEY FUDIIE. Elcqtivc Cullrfc. ,luniur Band: Vziricty Sliuwg Dann Band: Gym Ti-.im "Nu: Hall Caiilct. JOYCE V. GARLAND. Eluctivu flnnrsc. Girlsl Club: Pep iflulvg Sphinx-li Clulw: Studsnt Council: Hull Cadcti D.incC Ifnscxnlwlrg Sr. Cup :ind Gnwn Cummittcc: Uslrcn-tts: fllicwlcztdcrg Variety Slinwg Hmnnecuining Qiiwn. IQW5, NICY ANN IZHUSTUN. lilcviivi' Cuurav. Hiulngy Clulwg Future Ti-aiclicra' Clnlvg Giilsi Cilulrg Psp Cilulr. PAUL A. GILBERT. Iilt-ctiia Course. Gym Tcaam KEN GILUENBACH. Science Cuirrsu, Vifuiil Aids Opc1':itm'. URACE G. CIUETZLAFF. Elccuw Cunrhu. Future Tcziclif cr! Lllulwg Girls' Club: Guidzince Room IVfon.g Pep Clubg UfIicc Iviung "Tnttler'4 Annual. Big Sistcrsg Publicity Committuc: Uslivrcttcsz AIl'ClI5' Choir. LUTHER HARMUN. El--ctnu il--ursc. Fnotlmll MNH: Rvst Ronin Mon.g Swimnnng Team: Sr. Camp rind Gnxvn Cum, FRANKIE L. HARVEY. Elcctixc Course. Nlusic Festival: Pup Clulwg Mtin. in "Aug Sr. Dramatic Pruduptinng Stuclrnt Cnuncilg Track "N"g Gyin IvTon,g Hall Cmlci: Allffllty Clmir. GLORIA JEAN HAWKINS. Eli-ctnc Course. Girl! Cluhg Pep Clulw: Latin Clnlw. CAROLE IONE HEDEEN. Elective Cuursc. Mllsic Fcslivzilg Girls' Clulig Gnidanci: Ro-un Mnn.g Nitin, in UAH: Student Council: Big Ststcrsg Dzincc Enmg Ushcrctt-:sg All-City Band: Variety Shnwg Mavxiircttc, THOMAS C. HEUIVIANN. Scirnce Cmirfu. Ninn, in "Aug Viaual Anil: Opcrziturz Sr. Ivilxvr Cum.: Gym Mtuli.g Hull Cadt-t. ROBERT L. HOSKINS. Scicncg Course. Cross Country "N"g Iviun. ln "Au: Trail-Q C1ipt.1"N" Clulw. ,IULIA A. JOHNSON. Elective Cmlrsig. fiym Miri1.g Latin Clubg Hull Cadet. FORBUS KIDDOU. Elcctxvc Course, Future Tsiichrra' Clubg Mun. in "Aug Student Cnuncilq Swimming Tczimg Sr. Clip, :ind Gown Cunt.: Courtesy Cinmpugn. EARL R, KLESER. Science Coursv. Music Iicsrivzilg Font' bull "N"g Sr. Dramatic Production: Student Cuuncil. VicefPref.g Hall Camden Booster Boysg Sr. Gift Com.g Nunn-l'rui1l'am Cong All'Cxty flhuir, IVTANFRED XY. KRIIVIIVIER. Scluncc Cuurac. Bzisctmll Fnurball "NMg Mon. in "Ang Visual Aids Opcr- atnrl Nat. Hun. Soc.g North Division Hnnnr Clubg Stn- dent Council: Swimming Trzimg Hall Cadet: Sr. Gift Coing Pnlnlicity Corng KI-Jltvr Guard. DORIS A. LaFOUNTAIN, Elcctivi- Cnur:-c. Girls' Cluln. ROBERT T. LOGEMANN. El--ctixc Course. Gym Mun. January XYILLIAM EDXY. LOHEMANN. Elcclivc Cutxisv, Mun. in "A":Cyn1 Milli. KIANICE BARBARA MAHKORN. Elcctivt- Cuursr, Girlsi Club: Hall Czldcl: St. Gilt Com.: All'C1ty Chuxr. RONALD R. MILLER. Eluctivt- Cuursc, Music Fcstivxul: M--n. in "AH: Rt-st Ru-im Mun.: St. Ilratnatic Pruductiuttz Studcnt. Cuuucilg Vzuicty Slnnw. KAREN MICHAELS NAPIER. Histt-ry' Cunrsc. Future Tutch-'tsl Club: lliils' Club: fluidnncr Ruum Muu.: Milli. in "AU: Ollicc Mun.: Stutlcnt Cuuncilg Ilia Sistrrsx Latin Clubg Hall Cadet: Dinner Ens AIOAN E. NEVER. Elrctivc Cuursc. Music Fcstivnl: Biuluuy Club: Futurc Tvuclirrsi Club: Girls' Clulwg L-aclcrf ship Cruup: Library Mun.: llcp Club: Merit. in "AH: Ollicr Mtin.: Sr. Ilmmntic Pruductitvn: Sr, Mixt'r Coin.: Sr. llrutn. Com.: Studcnt Cuunctlg "Taittlt-r" Annunl, Typist: Gym Iviung Hull Cadet: Library Club: Dnncc Ens.1 Usltcrrttci Nuon-l'1'uui'an1 Minn.: All-City Cl-mir. GORDON XV. OEHLIER. Elcctlvc Cuursc. liiuluigy Club: IR-is Clulwg Stags Crew Munztgcr: Studcnt Council: Hull Ccnlct. ELAINE R. OLM, Enttlislt Cuursr. Biuluuy Club. ViccfPrcs.g Futurt- Tvaclmcrs' Club, Prcs. and Trcas.: Gitlsi Club, I'rts,g Guidance Rtnrm Mon.: Lcaidcrslxip Group: Mun. in "Au: Lucal Hun. Roll: Nut, Hun. Soc.: Nurlll Division Humor Club: Olficv Mun.: Sr. Mixer Cuml: Studvnt Ct-uncil, Atlvirury Cum.: XYis, State Student Cuuncil IX-lcuzttc: Big Sisters. Svc.: Hall Cadet: Publicity Cum. IULIANNE OTTOWITZ. Elcctivu Cuursc. Nlusic Ft-stivul: Cym Mun.: Hull Cntlrt: Dztucc EIISQ Sr. Gilt Cum.: AllfCtty Chmr: Mniurcuc CHARLES E. OWENS- El--ctivc Cuursv. Futnrt Ttncltcrs' Club: Stmnislx Club: Sr, Drztmzttic Prutluctiun: Hull Cadvt. BARBARA LOUISE l'Al'E. Elvctntp Cuursc. Girls' Club: Guidance Ruum Mun.: Lilwrztry Mon.: Sr. Drzunatic Pin' ductiung Sr. Prum. Cum.: Stutlcnt Cuuncil Scc.: Library Club: Duncc Eus.: Buushr Girls: Sr. Cap and Guwn Cum.: Ushcrt-ttr: NuunfPruQr1tnm Mun.: Wts. Stntt- Stu' drnt Cuuncil Drlvgatc. HAROLD PEACE. Elvctn-c Cuursc NANCY H. l'EIN- Stctwtgtupliic Cuursv. Oilicc Milli.: Uslivrvttc. SHIRLEY T. PHILLIPS Iflucttvt' Cuursr. Cn-lg' Club: IH-iw Club: Spanish Cllub. ALBERT I'I. REINHARDT. Sclruct Cuursr. lluscball "Nu: I:uutb.tlI NNN: Visual Aids Upciatur: Nat. Hun. Suc.: Nurth Division Hun. Club 13 Elcctionsjg Stutlunl Council: Swinnnung Tcam: Sr. Cup and lluwn Com.: Sr. Cift Curng Publicity Cum. GRACE L. RICHTER, Elcctivt- Course. Mlisic Ft-stivatlg Cirlsl Club ICON. SCc.I: Lcndci'sl11p Cruupg Nurth I7tx'isnnn Hun. Club I3 Elcctiunsl: Ollicc Mcrii.: Sr, Drzunntic P1'ucluctiung Studi-ut Council: Bug Sisters lTrc.1s., Curr, Scc.l: Lutin Club: Hull Cadct 1Lu'ut.l: Iiuustcr Cirls lTrcas,lg Sr, Cap ancl C-mwn Cum. lCfxfClta1l'lnul1l: Publicity Cunt.: NuulxfPmgrztm Mun.: Al1fCity Choir. NANCY Al. ROCHUL. Elcctixt' Coursc. Mtisic Fcstivztl: Biulugy Club: Futun' TL-aclicrs' Club lPrcs.l: Cirls Club: Library Mun.: Pep Club: Nut. Hun. Sue.: Ollicc Mun.: Sr. Mixcr-Cum.: Studcnt Council 1Aclviscry Cum.l1 liiq Sistcrs lRcc. St-tml: Hull Cadct: Library Clulw: Publicity Cutn.1Uslxcrcttc: N-mtt-l'rugratrx M-tn.:AllfCttyCl1rvir. EDWARD ROSS. Science Course. Biuluuy Club: Bztscbztll "NH: Mun. in "AH lHotm'runn1l: Rvst Room Mon: HN" Club: Hull Cndvt. XVILLIAM R. RUETH. Sctcnci: Course. Minn, in UAA' lI"lotnt-ruumf: Visual Aids Opcrzttm' lsclxcd. Dirt'ctm'J: Studi-nt Council lPrrs.l1 Swimming Tcam lC:tpt.l: Tennis "Nu: Buostcr Boys lS.:c.l: Sr. Gift Cum, lClxairm:tnl: Nuon-Program NInn.g Variety Sh-aw: Sr. Class lI'rcs.Jg "N" Clul: Graduates EILEEN L. RUNGE. Elrctivc Cnurrc. Miisic Fusrivalg Girls' Clulvg Lilwrary NIuri.g Hall Cadvtg Lilwrary Glulvg Dance Ens.g Nunn-Program NIon.: Allfflity Cliuirg NYard- mln' Minn. NVILLIAM R. RUNNELLS. Elcciivi: Goursc. Football UNM 4Mqr.Jg Futura Tcachvrs' Clubg Library IvInn.g Pep Clnlwg Mon. in "A" lHumrrouinlg Visual Aids Opt-rf aior: Studcnt Gnuncilg "TattIi'r" Annual iAdv.l: Gym Moi1.g Hall Cadet: Library Club lSgr. at Armsjg Buostvr Iloysg Sr. Cap and Gown Corn.g NunnfI'rngram Nlnn, JOYCE CAROL SCHAEFER. Elective Goursr. Girls' Club: Guidance Rnnm Mfin,g Nlnnitnr in 'AAN fHnnu:rnu1rilg Ufficc Mnn.g Gym Mnn,g Hall Cadctg Sr. Gap and Gcrwn Conmg Uslicrcttcg NnonfPrugram Mun. GLORIA AI. SCHMAELZLE. Scicncv Cuursc. Biology Clulag Ifuturc Tuacliurs' Clnln Girls' Clulw fViccfl'rcs.l: Pvp Clulvg Office M1:i1.g "Tattlci"' Animal fTypistAfGlulu and Urqanizatinnslg Ar! Guild: Gym Minn.: Hall Cadctg Sr. Gift Cum.: Publicity Comp slr, Red Cross Gnnng AllfCity Clhmr. DENNIS N. SCHNEIDER. Science Coursu. Ninn. in "Aug Hall Cadct. GLURIA ANN SCIHUULA, Elvctivc Coursc. Miisic Fi-sf livall I5i0l0gy Clulwg Girls' Clulvg Guidance Ruorn Mon.g Gym Mein, .IANIKIE L. SOLIVA, Elcctivc Cnurw. Mtisic Fcstivalg Girls' Club: Library Mrin.g Uilicc Mnn.g Studcnt Councilg Hall Cad.-tg Sr. Gift Conmg Wartlrnlnc NInn.g Pcp Iiandg Sr. Band. DAVID I.. SPENCER. Eluctivc Course. Hall Gadct. BETTY ,IANE R. THEUBALD. Elcctivc floursc. Girls' Clulwg Pup Clubg Rest Rnom Mriii. ANTHUNY JACK TOMAZ, slr., Elrctivc Gmlrarg Gym Team, RICHARD TOMAZ. Elccrivc Count NINA G. TWIIQG. Elective Gnurse. Iiiolniv' Clulug Girls' Glulwg Guidancc Ruum NIun. CARYL NIARGARET VIJLKMANN. Elvctivc Guursrr. Future Tcachcrs' Club: Girls' Clulvg Guidancc Room M4vn.g Hall Cadvtp Dance Ens.g Pi-p Clnlwg Ollicc Mon,g Gym Nlun. ELLA ,IEAN XVALLS. Elcctivc Gnurac. Nlusic Fcstivalg Futurc Traclicrsl Glulvg Girls' Clubg P011 Club: Office IvIon.g Student Cuuncil: AlIfGity Clinir. BARBARA KLEIN WERTH. Elrctive Cuursc. Miisic Frstival: Varicty Sliowg Girls' Glulwg Lradcrsliip Gruupg Psp Club: Nlon. in "Ang Sr. I'roiri Court of Hnnor, 19533 Sr. Prom Quccn, 19543 Student Cnuncilg Bit: Sisters lliccurdcrlg Hall Caclcr: Dance Ensg Boustcr Girls fprss. and Smtlg Sr. Gift Cum.: Uslivrcttcg Clmccrleaclcr "N"g Nuoi1fI'1'ni.n'arn Mnn.g Allfffiiy Glioir. WILLIE G. VJESTBROOKS. Elrctivc Goursc. Milsic FCS' tivalg Allfffity Band. ALLEN S, XVILSUN. Elective Goursc. Futurc Tcaclicrs' Clulvg Mori. in UAH: Sr, Mixi'r Cm'n.g Hall Cadet. .IOYCE A, ZARNOTH. Elective Course. Milsic Fcstivalg Girls' Cllulwg I'cpGli1l35 Dance: Em. GRADUATES NOT PHOTOGRAPHED JOHN L. DURR. Science Course. Swimming Team, STEVE J. HAERING. Elective Course. Football "N"g Pep Clubg Rest Room Mon.g Student Councilg Swimming Teamg Hall Cadetg Booster Boys, Vice-Presidentg Cafeteria Cadetg "N" Club Pres. BONNIE JEAN McCLAIN. Elective Course. Biology Clubg Future Teachers' Clubg Girls' Clubg Pep Club: Hall Cadetg Sr. Gift Com. WAYNE W. NELSON. Elective Course. WAYNE H. OPPERMANN. Elective Course. Music Festival Mon.g Football "N"g Gym Team "N"g Pep Club Officerg Rest Room Mon.g Student Councilg Gym Mon.g Hall Cadetg Usherg Cafeteria Cadetg Noon-Program Mon. GEORGE B. PICKUP. Elective Course. Gym Mon.g Hall Cadet: Noon-Program Mon. SENIOR CLASS OFFICERS William R. Rueth, Jr.. . . ..... President Jerome Lee Bonaparte. . . .... VicefPresident Grace Lois Richter. . . . . .Secretary Gertrude E. Bobinger. . . .... Treasurer ..28-. January Graduates HONORS Valedictorian ................ Sheila F Fender Salutatorian. . . . . .Alhert H Reinhardt MAGNA CUM LAUDE Sheila Faye Fender Albert Herman Reinhardt Elaine Roma Olm Gertrude E. Bobinger Grace Lois Richter Manfred Waldmar Krimmer Nancy jean Rochol Jerald John Armstrong CUM LAUDE Karen Michaels Napier William A. Ructh, jr. Doris A. LaFountain Mildred Bernice Boettcher Robert L. Hoskins Nina Clare Twieg Jerome Lee Bonaparte Gloria June Schmaelzle Grace Gertrude Guetzlaff Georgia Ann Ballard Ella jean Walls Jess john Bundesen Barbara Louise Pape Judith Ann Diedrich Caryl Margaret Volkmann June Commencement Program .7AuraJay, al 8:00 p.m., June I4, 1956 PROCESSIONAL ............ "Pump and Circumstancen ..................... .. Arranged by C. Woodhouse North Division High School Orchestra NATIONAL ANTHEM AND PLEDGE OF ALLEGIANCE . . . . .Class of June, 1956 ......Elgar Senior Class Adviser ............................. ..... M ARVIN H. WITTE ADDRESS OF WELCOME ..... .... A LFRED BRUCE OHRMUND AUTUMN LEAVES .... ............................,.. J . Meuer, J. Prevent, J. Kasma Arranged by Philip Gordon NORTH DIVISION HIGH SCHOOL ORCHESTRA Directed by ................................ .... FR ANK ORLANDO PRESENTATION OF CLASS GIFT ..... ACCEPTANCE OF CLASS GIFT.. VIOLIN SOLO ..... ..... J EANNINE Csardas ........ Thais Meditation .... ............................... Thomas Schaefer at the Piano COMMENCEMENT ADDRESS ..... .... ROLL CALL OF GRADUATES .... PRESENTATION OF DIPLOMAS.. RECESSIONAL 'LPomp and Circumstanceu ................. . ....... Arranged by C. Woodhouse North Division High School Orchestra -3.0L . . . . .MARVIN 'THEODORE REIS .. ..... PRINCIPAL OLIVER F. WERGIN MARY SCHILBRACK Moriti Massenet DR. W. W. THEISEN . . . . .VICEfPRINCIPAL L. W. CULVER .. .... PRINCIPAL OLIVER F. WERGIN ....Elgar June Senior Committees JUNE SENIOR COMMITTEES Row 1: G. Parker, C. Bennett, I.. Johnson, M. XVitte, M. Reis, A. Ohrmund, E. Freeman. Row Z: M. Alksnis, M. Harris, Y. Temple, J. Jones, B. Hill, R. Toliver, J. Neumann. Row 3: C. Jones, J. Kircher, R. Caldwell, M. Bernstein, J. Schilbrack, M. Schracder, E. Ryan, E. Green. Row 4: C. Kiey, R. Bailey, D. Reimer, J. Seifert, G. Vegncrs, R. Rasmassen, J. Laslcy, P. Young. CAP AND GOWN COMMITTEE Edward A. Freeman Lenora Johnson Alvin Dennis Simmons Diane Carol Reimer Alfred Bruce Ohrmund Beverly Hill Rosie Marie Toliver Ronald B, Caldwell Mary Ann Schroeder Mariam Harris SENIOR FACULTY MIXER Clyde M. Bennett Patricia Diane Young Gary James Parker Janice Ruth Seifert Murray Meyer Bernstein Joyce A. Jones Maiga Margarita Alksnis Ronald W. Rasmussen Jeannine Mary Schilbrack GIFT COMMITTEE Gunars Vegners Jerome Leo Kircher Charles Jones Robert Bornhagen Yvonne Cherlyn Temple Eileen Ryan Carol Jean Marie Kiey Ronald Wilbert Bailey Patricia Karen Nelson Joan Marie Neumann ,SIM June MAIGA M. ALKSNIS. Sczrncc Cnursc. Guidance Ronm Nlnng Mun, in "A" lHthmt'I'OlJ1lllQ Oilict: NIon.g Sr. Mixer' Com.: Studcnr Ctvuncil: Latin Clulag Hall Cadet. JULIA VAULETTE ALLEN. lflcctivt- Cuursc. Futurt: Tttaclacrs' nl Amcricag Girls' Clulwg Hall Cadet. RONALD YV. BAILEY. Hratwry Course. Fmvtlwall MNNQ Sr. Gilt Cnm.g "NM Club. FRANCES PAY BARDUXV. Elcctlvc Cnursf. Girls' Clulvg Guidancc Runnr NIun.g Mon. in "AM tI'lnmcrunmJg Ullicc Mcixx. BERNARD BAUM. Elcctrvc Course. Mtisic Fcsrivalg "TattlCr" Annual lplxutnigralalivrjg Hall Cadctg Cxtictcrla Cadctg Finn Arts Clulw. CLYDE BENNETT. Scicncr Cnurfc. Ftrutlmll "N"g Sr. Mixer Cum.g Studunr Councilg Hall Cadctg Student Cun- trul Mon.: Bnustrzr Buysg Sr. Class Oiliccrg Government D:tyUlIifD1' lMaynrl: HN" Clula. CHARLOTTE M. BERG. Elcctrvv Ct-unc. Future Teachers' uf Amcricag Girls' Clulwg Guidancc Room Mon.: Mtrn. in "A" lHnr1m4numlg Uilicc Mun.: Stndcnt Councilg Dance Ensemble: Variety Slmw. Pep Club: Allftlity Paucantg Spanish Clulag Hall Catlctg Btmstcr Girle tPrc:.P. RUIIERT BERNHAUEN, Iflcctivc Course. Local I'Ionnr RHII 'Ill MIII1. ill HAM lfltvriicrtiftnilg Student Council: H1i'lCadctgSr. Gift Cum. MURRAY MEYER BERNSTEIN. Elective Course, Mtlsic Fr-stivalg Futurr Tvachcrs' 1-I America: Sr. Dramatic Prev duction: Sr, Mixcr' Cum.: Swimmin: Tram: "Tattlcr" Annunlg Ti-nnis Tramg Hall Cadctg Stutlvnt Cuntrol Mn1i.g AllfCity Ilzmtl. GLORIA A. BIRTS. Scwncc Course, Mtlsrc Fcstivalg Girls' Clulwg Stutlcnt Cnuncilg Variuty Sliowg Hall Cadctg All' City Orclwstrag Finn: Arts Club tVict:fI't't's,l, VIULA M, BLAIR, Elcctiw Cuursv. Future Tcachurs' nf Amcricag Girls Clulrg Psp Clultig Spanish Club KSCCJL Hall Cadet, KARL ,I. BOBINGER. Elective Cnttrfu, Swimming Tram. GRANT L. BOURN. Elective Cuursc. Stucltrnt Cnuncil: Intramural Iiaskctlwall fCapt.l. ANTOINETTE PAYE ISRENT. Elcctivc Course. Future Ttzaclwrs' of Amuricag Girls' Cluhg Sr. Drarnatic Produc' timing Hall Canlt-tg Chccrlcadt-rg Spanish Clulw. PATRICK G, BRUSSEAU. Eli-an-Q Cuurfr. lvlotion Pic' turc Upcrattrrg Gym Mein. BARBARA ELIZABETH BUB. Cummcrrial Coursc. Mtlsic Ft-stivalg llitfnuy Clulw. Sc-5.3 Futurv Traclicrs' UI Americag tiirls' Cluhg Library Mun. BARBARA LEE ISUEGE. Cnmnwrcial Cnursit, Future Tuaclicrs' nt' Amcricztg Girls' Clulwg Lilwrat'y Ivlunitorg Library Club: Oflrrc Nlon, RONALD CALDWELL, Scicncc Course. Football "N"g Sr. Drzunatic Prnduction: Student Council: Sr. Cup and Gown Cum.: Stutlcnt Annnunccr. Graduates PHYLLIS A. CASPIZR. Elcclrvc Coursc. Fulurc Tcaclmrs' m1IAml'YIs'il1I:lfl4A Clulv: Stutlcnt Cnuncrlz Hull Caclct. IVILL D. Cl IBIS. Elrctivc Cuursc. BARBARA ANN CIOCIHRAN. Elcctn-f: Cnursc. Futura 'l'czrclu'i's' nf Ainvricng Girls' Clulug Student Cnuncil, Iixcvu' tin- Cnmnutt-rc: Ushcrcttcg Prp Clula. JACK H. CONRAD. Iilcctivc Cnursv. Mrxn, in "Aux Stu' dent Cvuncilg Tnwn Hull Mectrng Member. NEIL H. CORPRON. Science Coursu. Nlusic Fcstivzilg Student Cnuncrlg All-City Band. ALLEN EUIVARD DEKONING. Elective Cuursc. Hall fladutg Cafutrria Cadctg Gym lvIuu.g Trccs for Tnnwrrnw Rcprcscntativc. AIULIAN DRIVER. Iflcctrw Cuurec. Baskrtl-all HNNQ Font' lnall Sr. Dramatic Pruductxcng Track 'Nug Clulvg Baseball. MARGARET A. EASTNIAN. Elfctivc Cnursc. Girl! Clulwg Library NIou,g Local Hon, Rollg Student Councilg "Tattlcr" Annualg Library Club: Spanish Clulwq Gym Mon. MARIANNIT MILDREID EUER. Stcnngmphic f:Ulll'Si', Music Fesrimlg Girls' Clulwg Mfvn, in UA" lHnmcronml. NANCY EVELYN FELBER. Stcnouraphic Course. Nlusic Fcstivalg Girlst Club: Uffrce lvIun.g Student Councrlg Hall Cadrtg All'Crty Chnrr. ,IAMES KARL FISCHER. Elcctive Cnurse. Stage Crcw, lVIanagrrg Hall Cxtdrt, Lrcut. MARJORIE LEE FISCHER. Stcnograpliic Cuurac, Mtxsrc I"rstivalg Girl! Ciulwg Lrlwrary NInn.g Lucal Hon. Roll: Morr. in "AH: l'T:1ttlcr" Annual: Hall Cadelg AllfCiIy Bzmdg Allffiity Choir: Buokstnrc Asaistant. ,IUDITH FLORIAN. Stcnographic Cnursc. Futurr Tcaclirrs' Clulfwg Girls' Club: Rear Room NIun.g Sr. Dramatic Prnf ductmn. CAROL L. FRANDORF, Elective Cuursu. lvfusic Fcstivalg Binlngy Clulug Futura Teachers' Club: Girls' Club: Guidf ance Room Mon.: Library NIon.g Office Mon.g Studcnt Cnuncilg Big Sistcrsg Hall Cadvtg AllfCity Chnir. HDVJARD A. FREENIAN. Elcctivc Course. Lucal Hon. Roll fllg "Tattlcr" Annual. .TACK I.. GRANIS, Elective Cnursc. Mirn. in Homcrtmmp Sr. Dramatic Prnductiung Student Councilg Hall Cadctg Skctch Club: Cafcteria Cadet: Program lvIon.g Art Guildg Pep Club lllllrcer lg Varxcty Showg Gym Mtmn. EDITH V. L. GREEN, Elective Cnurse. Pvp Clubg Futurc Tvachcrs' Clulwg Girls' Clubg Lil-lrary NIun.g Rest Rnom M1xn.g Sr. Mixer' Com,g Student Councilg Latin Clubg Hall Cadetg Program Mon,g Ushercttcg Advisory Com. DENNIS A. HANDELAND. Iflcctivt' Course. Hull Cadctg Basketball UNH: Intramural Basltctball, Capt. Fl Y' N. "'-I .,:, NX gf- ,FX ,X H- x QX N June ROOSEVELT HARRELL. History Course. Football UNHQ Mon. in Homcroomg Track "NH: HN" Glulzg Hall Cadctg Cafuturia Caclctg Local Honor Roll. EVELYN JEANNE HARRIS. Elcclivr: Course. Music Fas- tivalg Girls' Clulig "Tattlcr" Annual. MIRIAM HARRIS, History Course. Future Tcachcrs' Clulwg Girls' Clulvg Latin Clulvg Sr. Cap and Gown Com, BETTYE VICTORIA HAYVKINS. Elcctiva Course, Music Fcstivalg Biology Clulug Future Tcachcrs' Clubg Girls Clulig I'cp Clultig Hall Caclct: Student Control Mori. CHARLES A. HAWKINS. Elcctivc Course. "'I'attlcr" Annualg Hall Cadet. GLORIA ANN HEBERER. Elcctivc Course. Biology fllulvg l'uturc Tcaclnzrs' Clula: Girls' Club: Guidanct: Room Mon.: Mon. in Homcrunmg Hall Cadet. MARY LOUISE HERBECK. Elective Course. Music Pcs' tivalg Girls' Clubg Guidancc Room Mon.g Rest Room Mon.: Sr. Dramatic Productiong Sr. Prom Com.g Stutlt-nt Crinncilg Hall Cadctg Studcnt Control Mon.: Booster Girlsg l'ruuram Mon.g AllfGity Choirg Pep Clubg Dance Ens. BEVERLY HILL. Elective COUlsC. Lilwrary IvIon.g Mcsn. in I'Iomcroomg Rest Room Motu.: Latin Clulig Hall Cadvtg Boostcr Girls: Sr. Cap and Gown Com.g Pup Clubg Dance Ens.g Varicty Showg Uslierrttc. JAIVIES HOLLUYVAY. Elcctlvc Course. HENRY HUG. Elvctive Course. HELEN KATHLEEN IAIILONICKY. Stcnographic Course. Girls' Clubg "Tattlcr" Annualg Hall Cadetg Mon. in "A", LENORA JOHNSON. Elcrtivc Course. Future Teachers' Cluhg Girls' Clubg Sr. Dramatic Protluctiong Ushvrettcg Variety Showg Spanish Clulwg North Representative on I,1'Ug1l'IlIl1 "Carecrs"g Sr. Cap and Gown Com.g Sr. Class Olliccr, Trcasurrrg Hall Catletg "Tattler" XVorkg Pup Clulv. CARULE QIONIEN. Iflcttive Courst-, Music Ecstivalg Girls' Clulwg Rrst Room Mon. CHARLES JONES. Elective Coursc. Basketball "N"g Stutlcnt Councilg Cross Countrv 'ANH1 llascball "NHL Student Control Mon.: Sr. Gift Coma Cafctcria Cadet. JOYCE ANNETTE MINES. Elcctivc Coursc. Girls' Club: Rest Room Mtiii.g Sr. Dramatir Production: Sr. Mixur Cnm.g Latin Clulwg Uslicrcttcg Psp Clulag Hall Cadctg "'I'attlrr" W'nrk. CHARLES LAXVRENCE IUSTUS. Elective Coursc. Basket' ball "NH: Student: Cnuncilg Hall Cadctg Program M0lI.g Talent Show. CLIFFORD KARAU. Elcctivc Course. Music Fcstivalg Motion Picture lnstructorg AllfCity Choir. KATHLEEN KENNEDY. Elrctivc Course. Girls' Glulzg Ollicc M4in.g Stutlunt Councilg Ushcrettcg Hall Cadet. Graduates CAROLE JEAN MARIE KIEY. Elective Coursc. Music Festival: Girls' Club, Treasurer: Sr. Dramatic Production: "Tattler" Annual, Assistant Editor: Sr. Gift Com.: Pro- Qram Mon.: Talent Show: Reading Room Mon.: AllfCity Choir: All'City Pageant: Pep Club: Variety Show: Fair: Girls' Guidance: Gym. Mon. JEROME KIRCHER. Elective Course. Hall Cadet: St. Gift Committee. JOAN ANN KOPPA. Elective Course. Music Festival: Future Teaclicrs' Club: Girls' Club: Guidance Room Mon.: Library Mon.: Mon. in "A" fHomcrooml: Oifice Mon.: Sr, Dramatic Production, Promptcr: Sr. Prom Com.: Student Council: Homecoming Court: Badger State Girls Rep.: Red Cross Rep.: Variety Show: Fair: Pen Club: Usberette: Hall Cadet: Booster Girls: Sr. Class Officer: Program Mon., Talent Show. NEIL E. KRAINA. Elective Course. Key Room: Hall Cadet. PHILIP KVASNICA. Elective Course. Motion Picture Opcrator: Swimming Class. JUDITH ANN KYLER. Elective Course. Spanish Club: Hall Cadet. ALLEN VU. LIEIJTKE. Elective Course. Hall Cadet. ALVIN JAMES LITTLE. Elective Course. Basketball "NN: Football "NH: Mon. in "A" iHomr:roomD: Student Council: Track "NH: "N" Club: Hall Cadet. NED O. LUNDQUIST. Elective Course. Music Festival: Football "Nu: Mon. in UA" fHomeroomJ: Sr. Dramatic Production: "N" Club: Fine Arts Club: Hall Cadet: All- City Choir. JOANNE M. MANTHY. Elective Course. Music Festival: Girls' Club: Hall Cadet. JOYCE L. MATTER. Elective Course. Music Festival: Girls' Club: Local Hon. Roll: Mon. in "BU: Infirmary Mori.: Cafeteria Cashier: Gym Mon.: Usbvrette. EARLEEN M. McCLAIN. History Course. Music Festival: Girls' Club: Sr. Dramatic Production: Latin Club: Hall Cadet: Sketch Club. BESSIE PEARL MCINTOSH. Elective Course. CAROL ANN MEACH. Elective Course. Future Teachers' Club: Girls' Club: Guidance Room Mon.: Library Mon.: Mon. in "AH: Sr. Prom. Com.: Student Council: Sketch Club: Reading Room Mon. GEORGE EARL MITCHELL. Elective Course. Basketball "NN: Biology Club: Football "NU: Mon. in "AU: Rest Room Mori.: Student Council: Track "NU: Baseball "NH: Hall Caclct: Student Control Mon.: Cafeteria Cadet. DENNIS R. MORRIS. Elective Course. Motion Picture Operator. SHIRLEY M. MURRELL. History Course. Future Teach' ers' Club: Girls' Club: Student Council: Latin Club: Infirmary Mon.: Hall Cadet. HAROLD JAMES MYERS JR. Science Course. Music Festival: Football "N": Hall Cadet: Cafeteria Cadet: Talent Shows: Variety Show: AllfCity Orchestra: Fine Arts Club, Pri-s. June .IOAN ELIZABETH NELSON. Elective Cwurse. Mun. in JOYCE CAROLINE NELSON. Elcetixe Course. Mori. in PATRICIA K. NELSON. Elective Course. Mxlsic Festivalg Future Tcachers' Clubg Girls' Clubg Sr. Prom Cnm.g Student Cnuncilg Gym Mon.g Pep Clubg Sr. Band, Color Guard: Publicity Cum.: North Division Improvement Cnm.g Fairg Hall Cadctg Iklustcr Girls, VicefPrcs.g Prugram Mon. JOAN M. NEUJIANN. Elcctive C--ursc. Future Teachers' Clubg Girls' Clubg Prp Clubg Hall Cadctg Sr. Gilt Com. BEVERLY CTBRIEN. Elective Cwursc. Girl! Club. ALFRED B. OHRMUND. Mathematics Course. Loral Hun. Rollg Nat. Hun. Snag Nurtli Divibwn Hon. Clubg Valk-dxcmriang Hall Cadetg Sr. Cap and Gown Cum. GEORGE R. OLSON. Elective Course. Music Fcstivalg Fontball "NU: Student Cnuncil, V1cefPrca.g "N" Club, I'res.g Hall Cadctg Buostur Boys, Vice-I'res.g Sketch Club, I'res.g All-City Choir. GARY bl, PARKER. Nlathcmatics Course. Muisic Fcstivalg Mon. in 'AA"g Sr. Dramatic Prurluctiong Sr. Mixer Com.: Student Control Mori.: Cafeteria Cadet. ERNEST WALTER PAYNES. Elective Course. Football "NVQ Student Councilg Track "N"g "N" Clubg Hall Cadrrr, Licur. JOHN bl. PETERSON. Scicncc Course. Foutball K-Nllg Ivlution Picture Operator. NVILMA NADENE PLUMMER. English Course. Mrxsic Fcstivalg Future Teachers' Clubg Girlsl Clubg Latin Club. DOROTHY ANN PONTZLOFF. Stnnugraphuc Cuursc Girls' Clulig Hall Cadetg "Tattler" W'urk. WILLA IS, PORTER. Elective Course. Pop Clubg Future Tr.ncliei's' Clulxg Girls' Club. RONALD RASMUSSEN. Elective Course. Sr. Mixer Cnxn.g Caflztvria Cadet. DIANE CAROL REIMER. Elective Cuurse. Girls' Clubg Reet Room Mun.g Sr. Dramatic Prnducriong Student Conn' cilg Dance Ens.g Pep Club: Hall Cadet: Student Crum-ol Mffn.g Sr. Cap and Guwn Curn.g Prugram Moli.g Talent Sh-fw. MARVIN T. REIS. Elective Course. lvlun. in "A", Home' rajiumg Hall Cadet: Sr. Class Ollicer. Pres. B. F. RHODES. Science Course. Basketball l'N"g Biology Clnbg Basrbull. LEONCE C. RHODES. Elective Cuurse. Student Councilg Hall Cadet. -M Graduates PATRICIA M. ROBINSON. Elvctlxc Course. Girl! Clubg Mon. in "A'A. EILEEN RYAN. llmnmrrciaxl Course. RUSSITLI. FRANK SHAETZKE. Electixc Cryurfc. Gym Nlun. JEANNINE MARY SCHILBRACK. Science Cnurse. Music Ftzstivalg Girls' Clubg Lucal Hun. Rnllg Mun. in Hmncruum. Ass. Ag Sr. Mixer Cum.: Student Councilg "Tat.tlcr" Annual, Editor: Latin Club: Fair: Gym Mun.: AllfCity Pageant, Publicity Cum., Hall Cadet. Licut.: Talent Showg Variety Show, Allfffity Orchestra, Dance Ens.g Fine Arts Club, Svc.g Nurth Diusiun Rep. on TV Prn. "Carer-rs"g Mun. in B, I'Ii.mcroi-m. GILBERT GEORGE SCHMAUSS. Scivncc Cuursc. Cafu' trria Cadet. MARY ANN SCHRAIIDER. Cuinmcrcial Cnursv, Sr. Cap aml Guwn Cum. VIRGINIA M. SCHRECK. Elf-:tive Cnur L. WALTER W. SCHUMANN JR. Science Coursc. Stagu Crow: "'l'attlcr" Annual: Track UNH: Hall Cadctg T.V, Hirrory Program, Club. GERALDINE SCHVVAI3, Iilcctnc Cours-:Q Girl! Club, Latin Club, I'Iall Cadcr. ,IANICH RUTH SEIFERT. Iflectn-r Course. Music Fi-stivalg ' C-irls4 Clubg Rest Ru-im M-in.g Sr. Mixer Com., All'City Clmirg Hall Cadcl. ALVIN DENNIS SIMMONS. Scirnct' Cnursc. Future Tsaclxcrs' Clubg Mun. in 3243 Student Cnuncilg Hall Cadctg Caictvria Cadi-tg Pmqram Minn.: Talent Shuwg Baseball UN.. HENRY DAVID SIMS. Elective Course. Baskctball "Nu: Foutball "Nil Mon. in "A" 1Humt-roumlg Sr. Prum Comq Sludum Council: Track "N", Hall Cadrt: Cafe' tcria Catlctg Allfflity Fnatball Tram, IQTTQ UN" Club: liawball. ANNETTE ANN SKASA. Iflcttnv Course. Girls' Club, Guiclancr R-mm Mun.: Library Mon., Student Council. FRANK SUNTAG. Eli-ctivcCul1rse. Swimming Tcam. GENE SPIIILVOGEL, Scicncn: and Matlx Course. Nlutirmn Picturv Opcrzuurz Latin Club. FRANK I, SPRENZ. Elective Cwurbv. Fu-itball Mrmli. in "A", Student. Councilg "Nu Club, Trcas.g Hall Cadi-t' Prouram Mun.: Talent Slwxv. AUDREY MARIA STIIINHILBER. Stcnugraplxic Cuursr. Mxisic Festival: Fulurt: T-'achers' Club: Student Council. Seng Hall Cadet. SUZANNE T. STOPS. Elcctivc Cl-iursc. Mlisxc Fcstxvalg Girl! Clubg Guidancc R-rum Mun.g Local Hun. Rnllg Moll. in "Ang Reading Rnurn Mun. June YVONNII CHERLYN TITIVIPLII. E111gliml1, Mxzsic Fcstivul: Fulurc 'IFc.1cl11rs4 Club: Ilirls' Clubg Loral H4111111' Roll: Rust R1111111 M1'111,g Suulcm CIm111c1lg L.11111 iII11l15 Sr, G1fr 11111114 CI11:c1'I1i111l1:r1 Allfflity fllwirg Varicty Slxmvg Pup C,.l11111 Uslmrcrtcg ."MI1'1s11r5' Cum. ALICE NV, TILDEN. Ijloclivc C11111'sc. Girls' Clulwg MGI1. 111 "AU: 0fI1c1:NIr111. ROSIE M. TULIVISR. I'IisI111'3' flrmrxc. Iliolngy' Cllulwz Fixture Tenclx-'ra' Cll1l1g Girl! fllulfg Lilwrary MCrIl.1 Local Hon. Rmllg M1111, Ill 'kA"g Ollm Mc111.g Sr. I,,l'fH'l1ilIlC I'1'ml11c1io11g Sludvnt C111111cilg L111i11 fflulwg Hull Cudccg Sr, ffif .md C111111 Cfonl. VERNA LOUISE TYSE. Elcctivu C1111rf1'. ISEVERLY VEALS. El1cti1'c Cwurxc. fhrlf' CIIIIIWQ Hull Cladvt. ULIVIA VEAL3. Elnctixiziluxxrrv. flirlllflnllx GUNARS VEGNERS. Elective C11111's1'. Lfwal Hun. Roll: IYI1111. in :'A4'g M11ti1111 l'1c1urc Uperznorg Nat. Hun. Soc.. Tnttll-r' Annualg Sr. Gift. Cu111.g Hzidqvr Boys Rep.: IILIIWIICIIS' Cum. BARBARA NXIAISMAN. If11glisl1 Course. Futura 'I'cacI1c1's' :.111,l1: C1115 Club: Urlicc M1111.: Stu.I111t Cwuncilg Hull ,MCL WILLIE MAE WARDILL. Ifl1-A1111 fIU111s11. Girl! Clnbg M1111, 1n PATRICIA GENE XYARDEN. Iilcctivc Course. Girls' Club: M1111. in "Ang R1-:1di11q R110111 Mu11.g All'City 'I'1.11cl1c1'Q C11nx1'nt111n P11uc1111t, LIERI JY WAIKIE, Elvctivc floursrr. SHIRLEY DOROTHY WARREN. Elcctive C1111rs1:, Mllsic Fcwtivaxlg Girls' Clulvz 51114114111 Councilg Variety Slmwg Allffliry CI111112 I'liARI.IE M. XX'IiA'I'HERSI'1lON. Illuctlvu Cuurru. Gll'ISl Club. .IUDITH R. XVENIJURIX. St1'11u1gr1111l1iQ Collrsr. C1115 Cl11bgM-111. in "A"gH:1llCad1'tgSk1-1cl1 Club. DONNA M. XVESTCIOTT. C1on1n11'1'c111l Crmursc. Damn: E114.g Vznicty Slwwg 'Ilnlrm Slwxxx VIVIAN ANNETTE WHITE. Elcctivc. Isuturc Tcz1Cl11:rs' Clulwg Girls' Cilulwz Lz1li11 Clulwg Ublmruttug Variety Showg Gym M-m.g H.1ll Cuulet. IJOLORES A. 'WILKIL Elvctivc Cuursr. Nlusic Fcstivalg Gnrlm' fllulwg Olficc M1.n.g I11l1r1nury M1111.g H1111 Cndct: 'I':1lc11t Slxowg All-City flhuir HERBERT ALLEN WILLIAIVIS, Eli-ctivc Cuursc. Iviusic Frstivalg Bnskvtlvanll "N"g Biuluigy Clubg Mon. in "Avg Si. Ilrz1111z11ic Pr11d11cti11ng Stucluixt C11u11c1lg Track "N"g Klrms flvuntry T1::1111 Clubg Pup Club: Gym MLlII.Q Hall Cndvlg 51111111111 C1111t1'ul M1111.g AlIfCity Choir. Graduates MORTON H. STEIN. Elective Course. Hall Cadet. PATRICIA D. YOUNG. Elective Course. Girls' Clubg C .'T nhllMtin'Pe on in , r ixer om, ow a ee g, p Clubg Fun Fairg Hall Cadetg Biology Club. LEE G. ZACHEK. Elective Course. Mon. in "A"g Hall Cadet. NOT PHOTOGRAPHED EDWARD BOEHM. Elective Course. JACK BUCHANAN. Elective Course. Stage Crew: Stu' dent Councilg Hall Cadet. NORBERT EUGENE GENGLER. Elective Course. ALBERT SIORDIA. Elective Course lM,1 .ii- 11 HONORS Valedictorian . . . . . .Alfred Bruce Ohrmund Salutatorian .... .... G unars Vegners MAGNA CUM LAUDE Alfred Bruce Ohrmund Joyce A. Jones Gunars Vegners Mary Ann Schrader 'CUM LAUDE Gloria Ann Heberer Janis John Petersons Lenore Johnson Bernard Baum Edward A. Freeman Helen Kathleen Jablonicky Allen Edward DeKoning Suzanne'ThereseRose Stops Margaret A. Eastman Lee Gordon Zachek Joyce Louise Matter Shirley Mae Murrell Yvonne Cherlyn Temple Clyde M. Bennett Robert Bernhagen Patricia Gene Warden Annette Ann Skasa Marianne Mildred Euer Dolores Ann Wilke Miriam Harris Jeannine Mary Schilbrack Prospective ANNIE II AVIIRY. Scicnrc Cwurf--. Futul'-' Tcnchcrs' Club: LII-mxy M1-r1.g Stmlcm llulmcnlg Sp.m1aIx Club: Guls' Lvz1dcraI11pg Rmxllngg Room Nlon. I LURRAINH IIALZER. El-'cnxc Cmxrf-'. Student Cfuuncll. UURIPUN D. BIENKQTSUN. Elrctixc Iluursc. Mxlfic Festi- vzxI1 Iimlugx' Cllubg Ifuwvtlmll HNN3 M-rt1, m "Aug Sr, Dramatic Pmdurtmng Student Collucxlg Track "N"g Talvnt Shwwg Club: Valrxetv Shnw: Hull Czldct: Studcnt i1cmtrnI M-lux.: Iimmslcr Bwyrg Clnfvt-:r1.n Cladl-tg Pmgmnx Mun.: Allfflily Clmoxr. LIiRUY WASHINGTON IR. El--clivr Cnurfc. VANESIS BIRTS. El.-:mc Cltlllfsf, Gxrls' Club . IUNH Iwi, BISHOP. Iflcctlvf Cmlxw. Music Fcsrnvnlg AII- f.1tyf.hmr'. RONALD CHOLIP. Iflfclivv Cmlrsc. PHYLLIS ELAINE COOKE. Elvctivu floursv. SANDRA KAYE CQUUPER. Cl-fmnwrcxnl Cuursv. GABRIEL G, IFE LA ROSA. Iflccrivv Cuurxc. HAZEL IIUNLAII. Iilccrix-4: Coursc, Girls' CIIUIL RANDOLPH EVANS Elccuw Cuur-Q, IIORA ELLEN GREEK. Engllsh C-sur L, RUSEIVIARIE L. HABENICHT. Elective Cfumlric. Girl! Cluhg Mcwln. in k'II"gO1I'icc IVIon.3 Gym Mmwn. XN'II.I.IfTTE If. L. HALBERT. Ifl.-ctuq ffuursc, flrrls' Club. DIANA M. HARIIINC. Elective Cwurfc. Hull C:1Jct. IDA MAE HEATH. Iflcclix'-X Cmlrac. Hull Cadet. I'II'iRI3lfR'I' IV. HUGHES. Iilrcrxvr Cmxrsc. - - 40 - Summer School Graduates . . . NOT PHOTOGRAPHED JANET J. LASLEY. Elective Course. Girls' Clubg Mon. in "Aug Sr. Mixer Coin.g Student Council. IRIS MALONE. Elective Course. Mlisic Festivalg Girls' Clubg Fine Arts Clubg Variety Show. ROGER XVILLIAM MORRIS. Elective Course PEARLIE MAE NASH. Elective Course. Girls' Club. JUCANITA NEW. Elective Course. Music Festivalg Girls' .lub. ALPHONSO OYVENS. Elective Course ELAINE M. PETROWSKY. DONNA MAE PODLESEK. valg Future Teachers' Clubg in "Aug Infirmary Mon.g All-City Choir. Elective Course. Girls' Club Elective Course. Music Eesti Girls' Club, VicefPres.: Mon Program Mon.g Talent Showg i JOSETTE A, PRISUDA. Elective Course, Girls' Club Hall Cadet, CAROL G. RUNGE. Elective Course. Music Festival: Girls' Clubg Student Councilg Hall Cadet. CECELIA SAVAGE. Elective Course. Girls' Clubg Mon. in "Aug Office Mon.g "Ta!tler" Annual. PETER EDWARD SCHILLING. Science Course. Future Teachers' Clubg Motion Picture Operatorg Hall Cadet. CAROL JEAN BERGSTROM. Elective Cuursc JAMES C. SONNENBURG. Elective Course. NANCY GAIL STELTER. Elective Course. Girls' Club: Mon. in HA". ROBERT LEE TAYLOR. Science Course. Mo n in l'A"g Sr. Dramatic Productiong Track "N"g Hall Cadcrg Pro' gram Mun.g Talent Show. 1 41 .-. Sponsor Som Cxtcr 9B HUMEROOIVI 307 Mm Dunn lx- xx I Ix Dum.. ff. 'I'xif'1:. lub-1I:Ixx. M. xX'r1gxI', K. Fclxurlk. IVIIIICH. Ixx xx Q: R, XYI11!.1Ixxr. I' Rxgxli. SIIHIII. II. Row, NI. H1m'I11lxr-, M:u1'tix1. Ixx-xx ': I., NI-wurrv. NI, Nntlxaxxln. ZJIJH, S. K1Ixx'mgx'x, Cl. FIux1x'I'rf, TW I1::Ilm.m. I. Sdxxx-nk, S Yzmk-g. xxxx' 4: B. Tantum. C I'1I-xr. I. Illb I B mznm, WI. Ikillmnnr. W. Vx'iII1S. ISIII I T ull I Ii Hx N1 l:Q.g.QL. ' xnxx VA Scmcitur HOMEROOM 213 Mr. Kcnh .1 gun, Mr .xx I: I', XI.uIIII1Ixl1 I M lk kvlllx. A, Ulsuu. I. f.:a1lc'1. -xxx' :I I.. Bing I., I51IwII.a, I I1I11LxIlII!. .I. Klux, II, Mx IN V, R IfIxrIn'znx. xfxx' 3: Cf. 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I'Ixwxx'x'rs, H Bx-II. II. Atkim. I', Klix-I-ns. Rxvxx' 4: U, ScI1x:mxI1xun. N. XVx'1nr1 . I'I1iIIipS, XV. Iilmukf, S. IV:aIIu'l' . fI.IrxInxXr, 3. Supl--. M. I:.uxI b. I'x'xgxlm. R P Semexter QA HOMEROOM 303 Mr. TcLzInII 4- I I K1.II. I' III-1pIr 11. SIL 'Il'lzI.uII, II. I7m1I:xp. k2u.uIIk Ii' xx I I I'm..II, Ii I3 MII.. ISI. I'x't1'lcI1, U, XX'1tIrnIwllru, 5 I'z1cIm1.xIz. II III uv. Iinw 3: ff. 4I1IIwlI. I'.. Izzuxd. If Hua' gm . I lIl.no.. IVI. II.vIx.m. I. 4 -, .1 u up Ilwxx -I' 5 Num. NX I'I1.Iv. X UxIxIx P II.II-r. I.. III.:-..I. M, NUM V. I IwmIvrs1m. Scmextcr 95 HONIEROUM 129 Mr-. PoIrm1is Iimx I: Y. KI-mp, ,I. 5CImmIr. Mn. IVI, I'fvI-wmv, B SHHIII. A Iwglv :W-xg-r. Ii-wx I: L, MxII-l', M, flux-.x. IQ I'I,m1:. fi Svvzrwn-. .I Bk..-QL. Ii Iimdmlfk Iiwxx 1 I IIHIIIL I Rvjw. I' Bm: ZIQI, A. Bxnwlw, Wllwn, ,I SIn1twn. I' IX1'alI1rl-:vw-n Run 4: fi. ,IaI4uIwsn1xs. I. IYIII11. NI IUIIIQ-'-. A Sus!-v, S Ulualfz. If X4-rzx..IT. ,I P-rIu:.: Bow i L.: Groups ASSEMBLY B 9.-X Mrs. Freitag ' ' l 1: E. Fllfmlg, N. IIn1xmn1, I. Mci1.xrlm'r, D. NIu4'IIc'I', IV. Nlsltwn, I M KI M Bx I I In II Q1 wtcr. . jmn, , Sq .I I nvr. B. Zrloluky. Huw 1: AI. I:IUlllll'I', I7. Skrmwrum. I'. K--llu. I'. Kwnuxt. XY KYIt:rI. N, IIvIm'vu, S. Kutlms. K. IXIlI5IH'I'LLx'I. Um.-I. Ibm 3: T RK-quflw. CQ XYQHIHN-, C1 Kxlszllbzl. A. ScI11u'l1f--Idrr. IJ, Lml' vig. A. Irv, U. XXAIILII-Il, ff, I"ImI' fun. Iimx 4: If, IMWI-ws, K 'I'I1u1m4r. I. Iflnvl, R. XVinuIxCII, I7. ,I4vm's, C. I'1qL4m. I.. 'I'x'aIwu. M. 5cIxx:I.'Ic. .I I'um. M. H-wld. fl. Iuvgvx. Rum' W: A. FrI4Il11zxv1. U. fT:nII1rn, If XYAIIX. I. Ivfcyxr. R. IIUIIICU, N I'1m1.xcIs, S V1n1gIm, If. RmIUlpI1, M Illmm-tt. II. ICIIIN. If. I'inIIy. ASSEMBLY B QA Mr, SCINHICII Ii-In I. Il. MI1'c:Ik. K.. I'Icm5wI, XX II-ICII-t:4.ttvx'. XY. Brll, Mx. ScIumnIl NI. Rmvmlqxu. H, R. IuImsm1, I7 I7urIwm, K. Pi-'r-1: Rmx 2: I. I5.u'1.nu, L. IIufIw1t, S filxcx nay. Z. NIQMIIIIII1. II. XVII Ix.nmw. ,I. St.alIzu-Im. S. I'mmzm, V Small. Ii, Iirflw, Rmv I: I. XYI1itlmw1v. S. Axmll. I' I'IuUQ4'I', fl. Kupkzl. II. Sm.1Ilxw.,d E. ScI1.wIn, IQ. XKXIIS. I'. I'IvmIr1fIxS , K. IS.-ll. I. LI.ncImIr1. I'. Iw'I1fIxuIwn. Iimr 4: li. Nnrth. I.. XX':nI'r11:um1. B Cum. II, AI, Ah-mmlvr. B Iiaww B XX IIIIII I H ld II I 1- W . , ,, I-xx-.I , Bvrom. ,I, ScIxrIfr1, H. K1m':mI, KI Nlmvr. Ibm Q: I.. Sxxavws. II. Kn lacr, ,IX Iulxlmmn, ll. Rusr. H. Brxrv. ,I TImmpsmn, KI. XV1II1'r. R. Burgvr. .I S.-hmlr, T. Buck, R. IGI nxlvp, I7 mIuulf. Sponsor Scmcstcr IIIB HOMEROUM lll IVI11 Ke1111p1m' II111 I f 9g111'v.11, If N1-MIN. II.11.I1, I. K.1111p111.. I. ,I1'11I1111x. IVI1l,I.1111. II. II.11Im1Iz1I1-. R111 1' X' HI111-1-111. IS H.1111N XX. 51111111, II, 'I'11p11, Y. H11111I. I I.1.11I1X Ilrwx 3: I7 1i1I1I11111A. Il. M11111N, IiI1.11I1N, II. 11I1.1p111.111. IVI, Ii.1II. I1.k.i X11':1I. II XX11111 Si'111extc1' IHIS HOMEROOM 23 2 Mr, A11cIc1'm11 Iimx I' X :K111I11'-1111. I. II1-1x4I1111 . .yI1v1'. I', Iulkwx. H. I',1f111.11111 IVI T1 If K1111p11w Rem 2. R Iil1111111xx, KI, I'I.111111t-111. I I11I111w11. 11. f.f1lI111Q. Y. I.111'.1-. I' L .111-. I. TI11 111.1: Row I' I.. I111111'I. NI. I511'111.I1'I. I B11 I1111k1, XX' K11vIwI. M 0'II1'v.111 II, fl1Ilw111-'. N, II1'11I1L1':, Ii .I-r1f111 Iimx 4' Il 4I.1rt. II. 51-11113 IP. Nu11I N11--111. I' IL1cIw111. fx. ,If 111111. I5 ,l0Il1m111, If. K111dI1v1g, IJ, Ii:111'1'. 4 'Sw SCIHCSKCI' IUB HOMEROOM 206 Mr, Rvtuw Run' 1: A. Ii1stmx, M. S.111IcI1p I. , . . X-url, I3 M-1111:, I: Ix1:n.Ir1L A. Strwzlll. R--11 2. II. T'11'.-II. I. XX.1rr111 K. WI1it111-y. Li. KWN11-1'. I5 41.1 IWII. If. AdI1111s. Ruw 9: Z. T11t11111. H. 5cI111-11d 1. N NY1-:1w1. 5. VUIIQU11. fl. XK11uI1l I W1II1.1111w11. M. H111--11, R1-xv 4: 11. M1uz11'I, W. Z.1I111. If111I1wI1. If NI IQL, 1- IIN-pI1. I I51-111111, QI. M1.1111. ,I .-Mx, Se111cNtc1' IHA HUMEROUM Mus SQI1 uclcr 12-I Rmx I : M131 5cI1z1-'11 1. R. IIca111J 111 I. I.-'11 1f, I M.11LN. M XX.-1111 1 IQ1111. KI. Iinxlcl. R41-.x 2: I. I'I.11111.1I1. C , I'.11Iqv1 NI Su 1111. I, SuI1I1-I1. I, NIIII- 1. I I'1111clI. Run 2: Cl, ll11lI.1, II. II11111111, I Rmlfwlh. I3 I.11ckI1a111. I., I11I111 D Mvik--IS1111. If XY,-vt: Ilnw 4: II. III11tZ, II. Uxxuyuh II. lI11II'111. ,I11.'k-.111. AI II1II I'11gI1, il. I 1 I I' II1- 11111 11 I N Sumcftcr INA HOMEROOM 316 7 . Mr. Frost D ld V xd 1'- B A Q 4 1 iuw 1- Mr Frusl. RQ. fftlilfl. Ci. Ut! M Rxvfll. T. Suhlcll. B. Lunar Yfvxx' -, Whitluw. I., Hmlwnw. Hvrnkn Nlawn. M. Cin-.-vg- Yinyxn Alfwsd, Kun' 1' link. S lhllmg. Kumlf, 11. C11 wp. XY. XY1ll1fu A. Rmlmlxi. U. Nluums. Z. Bwh imxf 4: Zzmglul. K. Ivlscu. fclmvn . -. Smlllx. M. Niwk. -. Krull. R Thx mm. Y, 'YM - bm' 5: linmn. F f1.n't.1. 5cTuv.IJ . Uzalvtx. ff Harb. IH vlmrit, H. Uxxw-115. ffmmmghu K Scmcitcr IHA HOMEROUM 235 Mrs. Vvvxllmmson IH .M 1: IW P1 mzlmf. I R! zr.. IU rlzlcksnm, Mus, Vhllisalrlsnwlm. V. Wil' Ilzxmf. L. .lacks-un. C. IV1ulll'1: 'imv 'lz M. Iivcklnty. IS. Rvul, R Stahl. R Nfurll. r, XY. VI' :Pr f Nqmnu.1.lr, L. Samui., .inn 3: 15. Rrul. V. F1-51111. IW I nu ru, M. Kjmlkry. A. Huck:-, IJ Frank. R. I"-:hug XY. Kxixt. Groups Semestvr HUA HQMERQOM 302 Mr. Kintis Rmx 1: XX. Ruhr. L, La Ummm. Ml Kmtms, ,l. Gosh, L. Sydlu. Rmx' 2' fl, H.xyc'X. 17. NIJV. A. Jw' d.m. M. Wynn. KZ. Vinlu. S. ,Imu-K Ibm' F' Ll, Uutsfln. D. ffzxnlplnu. C1 lurkwn. L. I7-ugins. fl Whil'Pl' A. Stumn. R-M 4. F. f.l.u'l'v. lx. Luuzmr. ,I Suns. I- Inlmxurvlx. .l. Hullms. li K-rclulnrif. A. Kucvlna. Semester NJA HOMERUOM 227 Mrs. Rcagles Rmx I: Mxs. lh-.mln-5. R. XY.whun:l4m XX' lhuzzxrl. ll. Nurmn. KI, Snuvl L, Guymn. Rum- 2: il. Slrnml. K. Tlwnumm. ff Gwcllx, S. Hutchins, li. Cnnmm. R Fctzvn. Rmx' 3: R Hmxlmn, I. Thnxnwn Nvwlf, S, Dupl.mKy, Nl. Kmxxvxnxqk Sclmirr, K. Strxlxlmg. Rnw -4: XY, Skmxfnn. R. NX'.lldrll. D Huchlx-flz. XY. Harris, K. Vout. H fl uk I Hx In fx 'nn n ,. S mm - Scnxtftcr Ill.-X HOMERUUM 32? E Mr. Nwwnk Iimx I: Ml, Nmx'.nIx, IJ. NI,uqmm1IIt Ik Swan. nhmg, I. I'IuIvImnI. Iivm, I . Smuh. II'-wx II. IVAN-, fl, If.-III. .'XIINrwcInr. .I Iwwinfr. I. IHIII1 M. Ihnmt. A. Kring. Ill-xx 3 II. XYIIQIM. I7. XX1:I1m.m:x. 'I'ml1I, I'. I'rzmcw, I.. I'Iuwl1v. Ilfwmzv. I. Mrnltllx. II, Nmn-'l:. Row -I5 IYQMIV. XY. XX'.NIm . 'I':IIm qv-. I. S.-IIII. xv. I', Pwr. IH I1 , IL XX'.wI11xxgr..u. NI. Iiwmll SCIIICNYCI III3 HUIVIERUOTVI 126 Mr, SICUIWIWCII4 RIM I: sl. th-Iunckv, K. Syukf. 5lvvInm, C.. .If1ImN.m. II, Imm RIM I: NI. IMI-nu.411, QI, I'I.nr1-II 5rII- rf, I., M- .mm N. Vwilwu .'XuII1x-In. R4 -W T: I IX'.u1 , If IIUIH15. In l2r.nI1.mx. I Smash. U Nmrh. Iinmkw. IC. Sululu. R-'xx' 4: Il. Wzhlsx, Ii, I'Um:IA H' XVnn:, A, I"r1rmI, I., fllfrlmlr. xxv-In Sponsor Semester IOA HOMEROOM 1118 Mis Lukcr Run l: IMI. I.l1Ic4-r. M ScI1l.mIrl', I. UIQ 11. LI Ifrxgllr. K. Umm-v:'. I Iivcx-JI, Iifyw I: Ii I'.nII-1. N. I.iu1f,v1.I. ,I I'rmI:1I1-In, S, .Inu'CII, D, S11-'IIrV, IVI Simms. Ii-.w 3' T. I..4mI. I. Klurmn, AI II-fK:um'. NI. I'1'uvu-w. Ii, l1I14'1'rv II. ,I-'rm r. 9. I..uw:.:, Rwxx' 4: I. I7.xIcx'. Ii. Ilrltw. XX Iiwmm rr. fl KR ryr. v.. II IXIIQLI Ii, Uxxmg-. NI, H4110 Scxnvstcr IHA HOMEROOM 3116 Mr, Brooks Rf'-xv 1' My Ilrfuvk-. ,I XXFII-. R XYlIll.lmf. T. Kun, Il. I',:1II.'x, Iifwx' 2' Il. Iivlwgv. If I'v:t1f-xukv. N Num Ityclm. QI. l,.uxxrII. I. 5cIn1lm.ml R 'V ' ' 'v H-.v -: I. XXrIIl.nm-. Ix 4..ax.In-'I R Ixk R I'1I1x 1 Yun . ll lm :Q v. ,, .I D XYVHII. R-,xx 4. XY, I'1cIvu-. A. XXllIx,nmf, I I'x'1xn:mnu, K. Alksms. F. Smquun A. I'Irv'I!1t. N M,11v-I-', h U f- ' HOMEROQM 225 ftr4'xx'Iuxx, fl. XY 'xx' I: I'rzr4Ixzu M. Sch 'xx' 2: Ihx--Ixrmxxu. Rua-vll. xxx' 3: I'. IM XYm'Ikx'. 'xx' -I: Sm1lI1, Hzxrxlxz HOMEROOM 3 I nv Rmx I: II S1ms.M xX'1II1r,R. II.m.x. I. I rx,., R. ZIUII. R wxx- l' II. Iimgg. H. Y.mk1. M. Iiryzmt. I'. MI'l.4IL1:IxIzxx, Il. I'I,xxI. I, K II xl ixfxx 3: ml. 'I'IIxumur. L, Scluxlcrlv. II. ILILIIII, 5, TIHNII, VI. Zlitvakr. -I. Hirsclmmnlwlx, F. Aslulvy. mx' -I: XY. Nvxldll. II. Kmmf. S. IfxI1!Iw1I1, A. Iiuk, H. Nxxlrgr-. K. INILI, D Mum!! I I-rw-Hr Semester IIA HOMEROUM Z3-4 Mr. Meyer Iinxx' I: XY, Muwr. KI, Hzmxen Lmx.I1'1 . Ii. Iizxhr, R. l'1mcI1:1l Bl,nI-MI, Ruxx 2 V. julxnsvnx, M. Dzuxwkin Vx'vuIxx'.I1'xI, E. Iirnnw. I'. M1I1uwx I I?.uluI1vI11+. I'. Iiruxtzrvmrxxx, Rxnxx 3: C. Lmdvxt, A, Ilohxxclx. Vx Kx.mxx-x'. 5, 5cIxzu'l:uI, MI. lj'CIL-nz ,I Hm':.m. H fflvrm Scmcstcr IIA HOMEROQM 201 Mr. Libby Ilxfxx' I: R, SCIIIIIIII. ,I. M-xlzvn. My L1I'I'x'. T. Rxckcrt. IF. XVIII: Rww T.: A. Kullhuw, D, Sm-mflwnlx, M Dmlxlrxx. II, 'If-nx N, S. ScIu'1"'. I ff' ppm-:zxxrIx. Rfmxx' I: B M1ckIit:, S, Spx-.ns L I'I11ll1p-. fl, II.ncS-Iv. 9. SJIII.-toll 1 LI. Iicnurtmx, I.. CI.1nn4fn. Ruxx' -I: XY, Sylvxywrxxi, E. AsI1Icx' T Bu.ImI, F. NJIII, B. Ixdvlr. H, IMI I.uxxI, Y. ,I,nIm, Sponsor Scmcstcr IIA HOIVIEROOM EIU IVI11 PvIiIi4m Ii-vw I: Il I'.IIxx:nLIf. I- Ihu-. I' It-rule Mx. I'vIlk:m. 4- I'l1I'rIm In I..m x wmv. f,. 5rr1.kI,mIl. Ilmx " I. Iilalmpx C- Mc1.I.41u. AI, I1 umr, I IIrI1!vu1lII.I. R Awn- I'. AI! x I M MII. NI. Uudlxv. I. Irzultt. Iimx' 3: II. Kuchlcr. If, IEHIIZ, II. Itm-nu. NI IM-xx III Iimx III. I... Iimx' hu- Ii. Iiww M f , nw . Nh Iiuml-11 N, NIIMVU. 5 , fcnc11u'I1m1m. . Hxclu, II1.mllu.aIu, Ii SI I A. KI nd 1 IX SCIIICFICI' I IA SCIIIGSIUI' IIA HOMEROOM 233 Mr. TI1lIIII2lh I XX' PBM mmm. Ii, XX:nIIrrm.nnn. N. IxmI1Irr :HtllwfI1nIi, Ii. IYAQI , R I'I.mIIm:. II. St-un-. I. klx' Ii. Sturm. Ii. II:zKI1xnu!mx. Davis, hull. I.. IH.-ru, I'. I: Ii. Tm I1 II I.:mII:1.uI. I. C.1:mIId1II. juIumm1, II. IA wr. 4. IJ XX'ncImw1.Ik. R, Sch xxlrtz. R. CMI-ww. I. I11 xx I I, I-. fvHIIrI,I Rmmmzm. Semester IIA HOMEROUM 3fII Miss Hcaly R-In I. Ii. .Il!1IxlIxf. IVI. Rmklrr, II' I'In'LlIx, A, I'I:xrllw. I'. 'I-.IyIul'. Iii W 2' I. IIS'-':. A fI.lI'f'l'. I: II..Iruhrr. M S.II:xx--d-I. ll. IIurI1uv, S. III-mIl1cIn. Rmx 3: S Spain. 15 NICII. II PIIICIIIICII. N. I.u Ifmnnmnu. I. Ik: I'r1n'Sl, N. 'I'ymn, II. IIVIIIIII, ll. Qunmlt. RIM 4: XY. XYIISUH. .I. kNxrI4y. I. l'mnm-tt. S. Inufck, N, III-nnlan-I, M. XX'vIIr:mw. A If-Imwn, H. Hzargmr. Scmcftcr IIA HOMEROOM III4 . Mr. Fvhcr Rfvw I: Ii Hlnglrl. I' NIUII-11. A. II. I'v:Ixrx'. M. IR-mfr, NI. S1--lu.mn, CI. Yullml. R-'xx' I: 5, Pu.- If. 1fI,4vgw-VI, V. blnnw, ,I. I"uttI ru, K Ilullvr, C. Klrlucy, S. Klrlmsl. Rmv F: Y. IIHIIIII. N. II1-rms. M. Ramsar, C. I'11III1k. Ii. I'I-ntm.m, B, Wulny, D. flulmzxxnim-zm. Ruw -I: V, IvIcNxIIIx. K' Umlmc. K. Zimnwrmzmn, V. I'-mm-1', R. Vuqt, NI. ZVIIVIVI, QI. V1'iaIwl'51, D, IVILIL' than-. SCIIICNICI' IIB HOMEROOIVI A Mrs. B21ll111QilI'111C1' xx, 1,x, 1 1. 1.11, Ia. I1 111,11-.1 ,I. Srln-111211, 17. ScIu1I1:, S VIN. N NIJIIHII, Rnw 2- Mn II IS.l11n1gq11Iuw1'. R Iv I1.I1vv.mv1. I M.111:'-. INA. II.1.I1I.111 'I-. 1'1.1w. AI. Nzxhsiv, Ii. I3uIlI:1cn II. INfI.fI111111I. tl. Nnncr.-.I1vx', Iiuw 3: A, 12fn'cI1m, II. NI:xl1I41vwluz, I. QIIJIIII, S ffmvvr. I. Xml. M Ii-A. E fl1Ir:. M Yu. R1 w 4: II, K1uqI1IwII', A. 1'1mL1N. I I11.11r. NI 'ini-, I7 K1-MI. M ffn1Iwv1, II, II1v111vn. I'I, IV11'w1'I1rv1I 1' if,-1111 SUHICSICI' IIB HOMERQOM A Mr. Wlm- ILM- 1 Il H11IImx1n. R Mx. rw I II. -I.1.k, 511. XX IU.. XX. Iikutciu 1, I. 131 xduw. II, 15-cklvy, RIM I.. S. Rdiuxy, H. XYIIBIIII. A 551111. A. Huglxw. I'I. Krwzlck. IJ Sx.1,IwI1uI111, IZ 'II.uI'f r. N 14.1111-.1 uw. Rmx I: fl. Hmrix. QI. IV1.1fmrIq.u, XY I.-hui.. I. I1.u1-. 11 finwx. I I'Iam:-mn. V. Ilrwn. II. Ivluttms. R4 -.x -I: ,I Hzmm.Im.1:1:1. II XVIII-,. II. I,au'mm, T. M:n1'11llax'dt. I' FI1uI:1. T. I'Ir1-r. IQ WIIII.. I' I-v1.I-11, Il. IMI!!-ur If 6 if Groups Scmcstcr IIA HOMEROOM 313 Mr. Ncwmzm Rffw I: Mr. Nuxxn.m, Cl. IYIIIIQIHI: ,I. flwllins. U. ,II-nf-, F. Iinwtlclwr H. Wvfs.-Im. Run' 2: II, Iiavrs. II. M1'Ii1I11x1nIr, R Shi.Idf, I', Alstwn. II. kI.ur-IIN, M SmnII. NI. I.1n'cIc. Rmx' 3: .-K, QIIHIIS. II. illknvx, ,I. H11.I run. M. Spi-'lv'-mul. II. ,Ium-5, E K.I111slfm. NI. XVm:Im1urm1. IV1. H111 p-III. HUMERUOM 311 NIV. TI11I11lPhtJI1 Ilmv I: E. 'I'Iuunpsm1. KI. I'I1:IIfm'.nx II. I"uIIu, I7. IIrmIvurI1, -I. Ham mclmsmn. I5 I.1ttIv. Ibm' : AI. NIIHN, Ii. fIlIIu'x't. XX' I'wxw, I, IVI-'Jinx Il. III.1cI11Imf. II Ynmvr. Ilmx 3: XY, N:n:Il. K, 'I'.1lllm. N Zuclxlkv. 0. I'.nr!vum1, II, K1-llv. 'I Simms. Ibm J: IF. ScImI1:, I'. SQIIIIIZQ. II Ihyzmt, QI. Ilmfink, ff Schultz. I Il1mIwIc'. If K1r1IIm. U I Sponsor Groups HOMEROOM 214 Mr. Engelke Row 1: C. Engelke, E. Crockett, Ross, D. Ncufuss, J. Horton, Smirli. R A Row 2: A. Taylor, T. Olski, A Levy. J. Seifert, S. Halbert, J Hunter, M. Othrow. Row 3: R. Schocning, E. Nlomn, L XVilliamson, O. Bennett, J. Johnson C. Wajciechowski, F. Gutter, U jones. Row 4: M. johnson , D. Moore, D Hollins, O. Porter, S. Harvey, W Carter, S. Buulware , L. jay. HOMEROOM 314 Miss Myers Row l: Miss Myers. H. Sclmcnborn, K, Hayek, E. Fayns, A. Unmack. Row 2: M. XVilliams, L. XX'allacc, J. Nash, J. R. Hicks, C. Silva, P. Earsley. Row 3: R. Engl, J. Baracby, A. Roby, E. Harvey, J. Bchling. D. Sclion' tube. M. Vorsis. January Graduates Elementary 8A Advisers: Mr. Temby, Mr. Meyer Row Row R ow Row Row Row iK.LZil2olskey, S. Surrufl, J. Mueller, Mr. Meyer, Mr. Temby, D. Benson, M. Grccn . Ellla. R. Rcinert, G. Martilx, M. Hutchins, D. Mankiewicz, R. Jones, E. Boone, R Whitaker, R. Smith, P. Givens, A. Crockett. S. Kyler, H. Jensen, j. Bunk, L. Moutry, R. Westcott, S. Cannon, G. Pirtle, L Laritta, D. Atkins, E, Harris. G. Tyson, M. Flowers, Hattie, D. Waltc1's, M. Wclger, B. O'Connell, J. Tenstill H. Gutler, A. Gcib, B, Cramer. W. Clark, C. Wolnik, W. Klein, G. Licbncr, D. Robert, E. Pallan, D. Gardner B. Tatum, G. Washington. N. Werner. J, Eismann, S. Staples, C. Fike, S. Walker, C. Grace, R. Dixion, R. Phillips R. Haut, XV. Brooks, D. Chorles, W. Rudeffr. ..S1.-- 6 emenfar ividion Semester SB HOMEROOM 105 Mr. Hepncr RCW 1: R. Dnnznlclswn. ,l. Rolla, li Hupnux, .l. Ilurmh. B. lnnllnsun, if Muses. Rum' It M. Ri.isl'Y. ,l. Lrielx, .l I'-lapping, C. Tuliwr, H. l'nlk, M Lnrsctn, M. Ysmlw. Row 3: R. Rvmmcl. C. l.zml'ei1u:, J Brncey, D. Ronald. B. Wrmlxt, M Simmons, K. Hutchins, G. Watkins Row -4: R. Smith. .l. Cmtia, L. .lack sun, NV. Rance. W. Z.ilicxifl'vi. Ii XVilli:nms, H. Kulmny, S, Nrlsun, Semester SB HOMEROCUM 106 Mr. Kucem Row l: ,l. Kulcinvnili. li, Kelly, XV l'l11lflmnl, A. Dvttlzlll, C. Rnlnnsrn li. Frvenmn. Rnw 2: fl, Malliizi. S. Brnnsinn, S Brjfclx, A Biillus, H. Mcfllgnn, NI Mnnlry, R. liarmn. Rim- 3: J. Su-fznnuc. J. Yzunlw. M XYxlwn. B. Brnnlxs, M. Opal.-wski K. jncksun, T. XYinter, T. Bunker. Run' 4: .l. Clirisrinnwn. C, Vms. R Sefrnlir. C. klctlerbnri, O. Levezine non, l'. XYcrni. F, lnlinsnn, XV lluglirts. L. jordan. li. Craig. Semester SB HOMEROOM IU9 Mr. Temlwy Rcsw 1: Mr. Tvmlwy, .l. Hcinen I Haut. K. Lvnch, ,l. 'l'zmnn,'I Iirzinl. Rim: 2: .l. Mawr. .l. lVillia1nmn, S XVriulit. M. Xlnllmlns. R. Xl'1llmms li. Kruuucr, R. Prwdzlnskl. Row 1: fl. Wnncls, K. Hnpsnn. M XVillxe, R. Brnckxxny. C. Pam--l. M Phillips, U. llumls, CI. XX':ultrrs. Rmv 4: R. 'l'nvlm', U. NVilding, H Thwmpwn. B. flume, R. Lzurd, J liolvv, XY, Hvnderwn. ,l. Nnlzm. Row 1: Mrs, Ycnnic, 1. l'I.a:I-'11, R. ROW 2: L. Crimvs, lj. l"ul:4'l'. J Row 3: P, YV1'iqht, O. XY:-f1da1'd, P. Row 4: XV. Tm'rm'ncc, R. Brll. Scmestcr 7A HQMERUCDM U8 Mr, Stendal Rmv 1: M. Crms, B. Uxxvns. M. Stcmlul, U. Nicdrilcr, H. Th-vnu-, Rim- 2: U. Schlrft. B. fllxxnrdf. I Lovar, T. Tlmrnpwn, il. McClain, D Mgnquzmlt. Rem' .wr l', Sznrd. M. Bull. R. Hunk' fuss. C. Nvmclr., ll. Wnllxzuns, XV, Dorn, E. Ksmp. Run' -G: J. Ucrwm, I. R-dulra. G Szlndurs, V. XVIHI1, if. XX'aJx1l1grov1 li 'Urn' Q l"ux1 .4lw.... . Semeslcr 7A HOMEROOM 09 Mr. xx'YOjlll1 Row l: R. XYwi.xrx, E. Ifdxmrds. A. Love. S. All-'11, D. Mclilsxxxkll, I.. Brzndfwrd. Row Z: H. Smith, D, Hutclnnf, li Sznyas, J. Blmncr. D. Micr:--wxuki I.. Duuhrmu, K. Nfltcllvll. Rc'-xv 3: D. fillftun. H. Mf+x'tA'n, LI Rrlinrty, IS.. lircrsvttc. A Shelby. H XY1lli:unxs. H. Kcnfl- r. Row 4: R. H.lH1fll4'D. B. Thwnmp--m. I.. Anthony, lj. Walls. T. Mulonc M. Trlpp, R. Tnwux-ill. G. T.nyf lur, J, fhfrzalul, R. Nicxlzwirfki. Scmustcr 7A HOMEROOM 110 Mrs, Ycnnic Bhlock, M. Mill-xr, D. ljrcur, V. Tulivcr. D'Am.nto, G. Carm-m, S. Kmxrsmxl J. Hicks. Parkin-. H. Smixh, li, llgulvjs, B. Zulicoilvr, M. XVasl1ingl1m, I.. P.nlmc1', L. MUSE, S. Hm'tm.m, F H.ll'KX'Cll, N. Slxcxnlrd, li. Coflpcr. gznzenfcwg iuiaion ..53. Semester 8A HOMEROOM O17-019 Mr. Marasch, Mrs. Greene Row 1: W. Onslcy, W. Berry, K lolznsnn, R. Starks, A. Askew, XV Harris, B. Henderson, Mrs. D Greene. Row Z: C. Talley, XV, Hudson, M Hrennk, R. Brown, D. Reynolds A. Hansen, T. Davis, J. Bunk, J Cullins. Row 3: IS. Lingforcl, B. Morris, B Brent, N. Harris, B. Downey, K Knutson, L. XX'hart0n, L. Rodgers K. Jewell, I. Miller. Row 4: P. Gurdon, P. Banks, T Cnleman, U. Bland, B. Strzxyhnn, I Simms, XV. Turner, C. Robinson, N Blznckshire, C. Rziteliilc, C. Mocsch Row 5: I'. Knlwur, V. Dunbar, G Hull, J. Brown, H. Mczidcirs, J Marcus, R. Sprague, XV. Malone, F Bohn, J, Cancrt, H. Mairtin, R Glenn. Semester 8A HOMERQOM 112415 Mrs. Horvath, Mrs. Ebert Row 1: Mrs. Horvnth, A. Daugherty S. Alnnirl, M. Green. G. Ashford B. Yurmanovich, C. Stephenson Mrs. Ebert. Row Z: D. Charleston. C. Crawford J. Price, H. Thomas, D, Mankicwicz G. Collins, P. Melser, E. Juno C Schucnfclder. Row 3: S. Cassel, S. Churehwr-ll K Georgielf, M. Rapa, H. Oliver, A Green, A. Burgess. M, jani, D Daddam. XV. Pallziskv. Row 4: T. jackson, B. Jakabsnn S Ashlword, L. Hicks, V. Dyes, XX' Heard, M. ,lewvlI, R. Taylor, S Fender, M. Bailn, M. Coleman. Row 5: R. Frictayl, C. Davis, R. Cal' pcnter, D. Xlfhitney, H. Bressette, J Copeianu, V. Mason, J. Plumitis M. Mzmtick. L. Rnback, J. Punds XV. Carter, -I. Farmer. Lmenfary iuiziion 54 -- gzmenfary iuidion Semester 7B HOMEROOM 04 Mrs. Joyce Rm- 1: Mrs. Jffvfc. J. Tarun, Ward, G. Hudy, H. Renfro, Bochme. .l B Row 2: F. Cummins, C. Zinglcr, L Redmond, J. King. E. Samuels. Row 3: N. Lagrow, B. Smith. K Schwantcn, N. Childs, S. Boone. T Hansen, R. Klomzin, A. Rohan, M Phillips. Rim' 4: J. Shcszird, B. XVright, Schleif, D. Donlay, B. Wriglit, Johnson, B. Day, C. Goodman. .l M Semester 7B HOMEROOM O10 Mr. Meyer Row 1: B. Stewart, B. Franks, Ii. Meyer, B, Calvert. E. Schwalbach. Row Z: R. Jacobs, C. Esturgzird, D Savagc, U. Cubic, B. Lastvr, C. Plziutz. Row 3: R. lVright, V. Hampton, E. Austin, C, Hammond, C. Huuhe: B. Winston, N. jones. Row 4: S. XVilson, M. Buegc, Patterson, L. Harris, D. Fclxcs, M. Carl, M. E. johnson. ef? 74225. nioging Qui' .xdcfiuifiefi ART GUILD Row l: G. Benedict. Mr. Meyer, B. Beckley. M. Schwirtz. Row 2: P. Sossong, M. Kroening, B, Shields, S. Pzichniak. U O Art Gulld Flne Arts Club Adviser: Mr. Meyer lst Semester Officers 2nd Semester I. Olsen ............,............ President ....., ..........., M . Schwartz M. Schwartz ,,..,.,...... Vice-President ........ ....... R . Shields P. Sossong ......, .4..,... S ecrctary ...... ...... P. Sossong R. Shields ........ ..,...,. T reasurer ......... ....... G . Benedict Purpose: To promote a professional interest in art Time and Meeting Place: Every Monday at 3:10 in Room 234 Outstanding Events: The Guild sponsored El "Sketch Your Por' trait" at North's Fun Fair and displayed art exhibits in the corridors. The group took two Held trips: one to the zoog the other, a picnic on thc farm. Adviser: Mr. Orlando lst Semester Officers 2nd Semester H. Myers ........ .,.......... P resident ........... ......... H . Myers G. Birts ................... ..Vice-President ..................... G. Birts I. Schilbrack ...... ......... S ecretary ...... .. ....... j. Schilbrack D. Shapiro ...... ...... T reasurer ........ ....... D . Shapiro Purpose: To promote an interest in orchestra music in general. Outstanding Events: The Club participated in North's Fun Fair by sponsoring a dartfthrowing booth that took the eye of many a "Northerner" squinting so straight upon a target. It also participated in arrangements for the Homecoming Dance. FINE ARTS CLUB Row 1: H. MyersAPres., I. Bundcsen-Sgt, at Arms, V. Deutscher, F. Orlando, A. Gordon, F. Boettcher. Row Z: H. Hughes, I. Malone, M. Harris, M. Spencer, F. Boettcher, P. McLaughlin, D. Shapiro Row 3: J. Veisberg, G. Birts, Y. Kemp, E. Rudolph, P. Ploegcr, H, Rudolph, J. Schilhrack, E. McClain, L. Trulson. Girls' Club Advisers: Miss Luker, Mrs. lo omis, Mrs. Baumgartner, Miss Healy, and Miss Myers OFFICERS AND ADVISERS OF GIRLS' CLUBsSemester 1 Row 1: Mrs. Pulnmis. Mrs. Baumgartner. E, Olm. Miss Lukvr. Row 2: L, luhnson, M. Beck, Miss Healy, J, Never, G. Schmaelzle. GIRLS' CLUB OFFICERS AND ADVISERS-Semester 2 Row l: Miss M. Myers, Mrs. M. Polomis, H. Luker, W. Healy, Mrs. H. Baumgartner Row 2: M. Beck, S. Luuck, C, Kiey, D. Podlesck, J. Florian. lst Semester Officers 2nd Semester E. Olin ,,....,.,........... ...... P resident .............,.,.,...,... M. Beck G. Schmaelzlc ..,......,. Vice-President .............. .D, Podlesek J. Never ..,.,.......,.,,......... Secretary ......,,.. ......,. S . Lueck M. Beck ..................,...... Treasurer ........, .......... C . Kiey L. Johnson .,,..... Corres. Secretary ,...... ....... I . Florian Purpose: To enable girls of all semesters to meet and share experiences and pleasures, and to en courage sociability and friendship among its members. Time and Meeting Place: Alternate Tuesdays in Assembly HA" at 3:15 P.lVl. Outstanding Event: The Clulfs outstanding event of each semes' ter is the Senior Farewell where the graduates present an oldffashioned program, including ia class will and prophecy. The Club then presents each senior member with a diploma and corsage to wish her "Godspeed" -59- As. ram! Rmx 1: Cl. Slmnwxls, Scifvrt, .I V1-nshcrg, E, Ulm, G, Sclunuclzh: G, Schuula, C. Vulkmzmn, N Txxivs. Roxy Z: lf. NVAIIS, B. Scllnvlvn. ,Y mann. L. XY.xllm.uxm, L. TUJJ, A Sum-:ux'1. Row 3: 1. Schmidr, S. Schzactzcl, J hams, Rum' 4: D, Pvwllvfvfk. C. Klux: P Tuylur, ll. Wllkr, Il. lhxrsnlxs. ,I stcr. l', Williams. Row 1: ll. Raxdtlut, K. Parker, I Pmdzinski, V. jmnrs, I. liarlzmd. S Muir!-:ll, C. ,lun--n, B. MCI!-uL1lxJr E. Adkmf. Row 2: S. Kntnlis. A. Brcnt. Czlsxxull. U. Ml'la--r. T. Clfqldl, F Burduw, L. Dans. F, Nevins. S Hvndricks, R, Bcvnc. Row 3: S. Hlltchim. L . McMuIllfn R. Chnnrwn. C. Vinh-, H. Cnllms P. Nash, S. flhcrnry. P, Kvlln F. Bmuclnnnp, M. l'h'hcrur. Ruw 4: L. D1-gains, A. M215--11. M flzlrtvr, Cl, Clanmm, S. Juvclm, A Kulhus, Y. Trzxvirt. B. Jamhs, Y Lumi. N. l'szulJwm. Row 'iz il, Hzwssly, S, Sclwrr, G Nlacv, M. flrunl. IX. Kuzifk, K Il.-ll, S. Bvllmi. ll. H-brrvr. ,L Nvu nnmn. M, Sp.-ncvl. Row 1: 15. llurham, M. Fischer, C Ivfcnch. M. CIrnsh'l'. ,L Piscuinc A. l,l.4h.n. G. Nxck. li. Gray-, Ruw Z: J, Johnson, lf. I'cll'0wsky, C Eslrr. xl. Prnsudn, A. Albrrcht. L M1Il-r. P. IV1cL.u1ghlm, H. Kucatcr Ii. Clnnxphcll. Ruw 3: F. Ashlcv, M, l5udd.utu. F l'rothrr. M. XX'.nlungmn, M lfaustx11.m, P. Hvndrlcks. fl. Ncu aludlcr, S. Huy, M, lluushuw. Run' 4: ff. Nhylxnmm. If. Vhllllps. D Clulmstznrmrlmzull, I'. D.-.m. K, jackson Z, Hlsllmp, P, Niihmuwski, H, Hngcl hz1rJt, Y, Cuuillxuxi. Row i: XY. l'lummf1', ,L Chnlds, L l'iu1'cv, il. Rxchrcr, ll. Pape, B Lszhmh, M. Rzumcr. N. Picring, G liuhxxxu-Xx'. E. Run:-', A. Valk E J g .YS in Girls' Club of N.D.H.S. v Schacfvr. ,lf Schilhruck, D. XVxChf Zzumulh. IJ. XY.n.lcn, L. Sfhlxcxc, N. Srvlrcr, M, Srhr--l-dvr, P. XVII' Vhlllxnlns, H. lilrllulwd. V, Fuvr' Row 1: L. Bvrustrunr. C.. l'l-wlvvn. .l Flcwizxlr. li. Muller, N. Km-hlvr, M lfurr. l'. Rublnscm. E. licannvn. R-ww 1: P. Sussong, C. Plldlxk, M Kaiscr, ,l. Hsurrcll. M. Culcmzm, .l l'um. S. LcVura, ml. liurgc. ,l Fischer. Row 3: A. Tildvn, M. Nvvcns, H Huh. XY, Qunlls, li. lihustqm. Y wlalm, H. XY:xllcrmz-um, M. Sinmaml, V. Blair. Rmv -4: C. Harris. XV. Porter, J. Nl-w P. Alonrs. E. Clrcrry, B. Graham E. Harris. B. McClain. P, Plnugcr Ruw 5: E, Knupuw, ll, Ijlfllflfll, C fluutzlnll. hl. Bcckcr, .l. Bryant, D P Rory, F. Kirrlfln, B. Luiaf, Allan, D. Lzrlimmain, j. Florian. Row 1: Al. Flslicr, ll, Hawkilmr, S Phillrps, L, Aluhnsrm, ,l. Malxkmrn Ql. Ncur, N. Ruchwl. fl. Bzallaarcl. Rnw 2: M. Nmcskcs, 1. Iiuulu, K llzmlnsr. 13, Fxtzzvrald. R. Kriklf. E Bnclnnslu, Rmlulplr. H. Rudolph H. Iiismarxxx. Run' 3: B, Ollirivn, Fvllwir, K Pierce, I, Mzxttcr, U. Mundt. M McLin. R. Roby, R. Cutter, M llulwrrf. Ruw 4: N, Mzmrwskc. K. Grmssrr, L lluyton, S. Cartcr, S. Lucck, B Kuclmlcr. M. Burk, E. Gullz, IQ KYCI-unnull. Rmv T: A. Rnlmck. L Ulmn, ll Mulms, A, Unnmck, G. Hurts, H Gram, B. Mnttuschvk. M. Rlcfrl F. liucttch-r. Y. Kamp, l'. XYmthrr fpoun. Rmx' l: D. NYy1rrl. V. NYlntc. 17 Ski-xvmxm. ll. XK'l1rnx'. lf. XK'11Ql1l 5. XYilfun, H, Wlrttr, .l. Thurmur. R-ww 2: l., Smxllx, M, XYx.4tr, l. Sulr lvlt. R. Swan, ll. Sclxllmxmn, IJ Slmpim, E. Wzuslmingnm, V. Scutt. Ram 11 E. Sclmcfcr. E. XXX-lla, li XX'x'rtl1, A. Skdba, CQ. Sclnxzalw. M Sxulzxwdrl, R. Tfvlivcly U. Ukzmck V., U. X MAIN. Row 4: ll. Young, Nl. NYvmlurl'. ll Turnbull. B, XYnblr1n:t-un, V. Svkf- kl. NX'lm111mu. lf. Szxvzncc. nl. XX'ilm li. XXI-nlz, . 413 A ,wra- ll :ki lil X 1 L S 4:52 Q 9 W Q Q ,Q Aw' ,raw fyf rf F- i"L4.'! eh, Dramatic Production JQ, Eats Me Zim! A farce in three acts Krug Hall . . . December 7, 8, 1955 The Cast fin order of appearance, Judy Meredith ...... ....................... . . . . .Rosie Toliver Miss Bessie Trotter .... .... L enora Johnson Kay Meredith ....... . . .Antoinette Brent Lois Andrews ....... Steve Woodward. . Madeline Ross .... Tom Nolan ..... Phil Hunter ....... Miss Daisy Denny. G. I. Ellison ................,........... .... THE PLACE: A small industrial community THE TIME: A Saturday afternoon ACT I The living room of the Meredith residence ACT II The same, three hours later ACT III The same, five minutes later The North Division High School Orchestra . . . selections: . . .Grace Richter . .Franke Harvey . . . .Barbara Pape . . . .Gary Parker . . . . .Earl Kleser ... ...Carol Kiey Murray Bernstein "Embraceab1e You" .............. ......... .... G e orge Gershwinvf-j "Country Gardensv.. ....... . .................. .... P ercy Grainger i "Polka Dot" ....... ............................. .... R a ymond Hunt Mr. Frank Orlando, Director PRODUCTION STAFF Mr. John Frost ..... ............................ Director MY. David Novak ..... ........................ , , , Assistant Director Mrs. Elizabeth Reagles.. ................ Wardrobe Mr. Truman Atwell .... .................. S tage Crew Mr. WilliamVMleyer .... ..... S cene Design and Painting Mr. Vern ee s ....... ................ P ro erties Mr. Francis Stephens ...... . . . ............ Sound Mr. Warner Damuth ..... . . . Publicity Mr. Walter McCarty .... .... P rograms joan Koppa, joyce Jones .... Prompters Nina Twieg ......... . .... Typist STAGE CREW Gordon Oehler, Captain James Fischer Gerald Rittmann James Scheidt Walter Schumann Tom Marquardt Royal Schmidt Harvey Smith George Wescott Produced by special arrangement with The Heuer Publishing Company of Cedar Rapids, Iowa. SOUND CREW North's Annual Variety Show Krug Hall, April 26, 27, 1956 OVERTURE . . . PROLOGUE .... WELCOME ............... THE NORTHERN LIGHTS .... NORTH'S MUSCLE MEN .... ACCORDION SOLO ..... INDIAN DANCES .............. JAZZ SCHOLARS ENSEMBLE. . . ...Program... ....N.D.H.S. Band, directed by Mr Hepner Crew . . . . .Booster Boys and Girls ....MCs: J. Grams, R Caldwell . . . .Mr. Ristow's Gym Team ..................................Valer1e Foerster .M. Bernstein, G. Dindler QRHSJ, D. Reimer QLHSJ ..................................."Lul1aby in Birdand F. Gordon, G. Peace, J. Halloway, B. Fudge, J. Prueiett, J. Horton, H. Dryer, W. Westbrooks THE NORTHETTES .......................................... "Falling in Love with Love N. Felber, C. Kiey, B. Kozick, P. Mutters, P. Neuens, G. Neustedter, D. Podlesek, J. Seifert, D. Wilke . . INTERMISSION . . . . NORTH'S NIGHTERY ................... Numbers by Knights of Rhythm and the Dance Class G. Parker, R. Schamber, H. Dryets, T. Budnik, Instrumentalists ACCORDION SOLO ..................................... .... ......... V a lerie Foerster HOOP DANCE, DEATH OF THE EAGLE, MIMIC DANCE .... ..... B y Murray and Friends "RAIN, RAIN" .......................................... .... K nights of Rhythm "GILLIEfGILLlE BOGEN". . . FINALE ................ Mr. John Frost, Director-Coordinator Mr. David Nowak, Assistant Miss Esther Heiden . . . Dance Mr. Frank Orlando . . . Music Mr. Eldon Hepner Mr. Wm. Meyer . . . Art . . . .North's Chceerleadeis . . . .GRAND ENSEMBLE PRODUCTION STAFF- Mrs. Elizabeth Reagles Mrs. Eleanor Freitag . . . Costumes Mrs. Margaret Polomis Mr. Truman Atwell . . . Stage Mr. Francs Stevens . . . Sound .mtv BIG SISTERS lloltom Ron: l'. Faylor, Ii Ulm. N llocliol, Al. Zur, Miss Koepp, M. Heck, S. Schacizvl, M. XK'illiams. Row I: N. l'ieriniL. Cl. Hetlwen, li. Wi-rrh. li, Korn-li, ,l. Lihiisoii. .I Seliiirnann, ll. Shapiro, F, Wasil' melon. Riw 3: xl Hviigsroii. IS Xklirnv. I' llcan. D. Keep. l.aVorv. ll. lielniili. M. Runner. Cl, liolnnuer. Rink' 41 K l9.iitlni'i, E liiilllf ll Florian. ,l. Bet-la-i , Y, jalin, li. bcliaerrii. L. Pirrcv. li. liicliter, b. Spiiza. Top lion: P, Xlalliams. A. Rnbacli. l.. Ulson, fi, Mohns, M. Srlirovdci. S. I.nei-lc, H. Wallvrmann, K. Feld. M Sivniann. STUDENT OFFICE SECRETARIES Row l: ,l. Scliiiiici, N. Txxeiu. li. Wilma. Mi, Karl-on, R. at . . Blg Slsters Advisers: Miss Dunn, Miss Koepp lst Semester Oilicers Znd Semester S. Schaetzel ,,,........ CofChairnien .,,,. ...,. l N. Piering M. Beck l L. Olsen M. Ranner ..,, .. .... ...,,,, S Ccrelary ,,.,, ,,,,,,,,, E , Goetz E. Vfasliington., .,,..,,.,,, Treasurer ...,, ..,,,... 'I . Florian B. K. Wirth ...... -.. .,..... Recorder ,,..,, ...... A ,Roback Purpose: To invite the Freshmen girls into active par' ticipation in the school lite at North Division. Time and Meeting Place: Vxfeekly on Thursday in Room 307 at 7:30 A.M. Outstanding Events: The Club participated in North's Fun Fair by sponsoring a gumfdrop booth. The Club also held a style show for the Freshman girls. The constitution is being revised to stress more activities for Freshmen the coming year. Student Secretaries Adviser: Mr. Karlson The student office secretaries are on duty a combined total of eight hours a day, working for the guidance directors in the guidance oiiices where each girl works one hour of the day Students are chosen through having the ability and wanting the experience in a real office situation Their duties vary from taking dictation to running errands. They type, file, do accounting work, make out notices, and do other routine office duties. The benefits from this service are numerous both to the school and to the secretary. The school has much needed work done without cost. The student receives experience in office procedure and atmosphere. e66,. LATIN CLUB Row l: Mrs. Moser, D. Lukitsch .l. Thurmcr. N. Manske, J. Davis F. Miner, J. Schilbrack, E. Rudolph H. Rudolph, Row 2: I'. McLaughlin, L. Schuette S, Karutis, L. Smith, J. Czisxwll D. Shapiro, B. Yanke, F. Nevins N. Alford, li. Adkins. Row 3: C. Nllright, D. Skowron, E XYilson. Cv. johnson, j. Shetton, L Deggins, M. Grant, Y. Lucas, I Latiimore, G. Mzice, A. Craig. Row 4: C. johnson, M. Alksnis V. Kesners, V. Sylccs, l. XVilliam son, S. XVc:n'er. S. XX'ilson, B lVatts, R. Stahl, C. Jaeger. Row 5: J. Zurr, H. Eismann, E. ,lohn son, E. Miner, L. Vv'allmann, l' jones, E. llcamon. NV. Krisr, E Martin. B. Tunstill, B. Washington Row 6: D. Nloore, J. jones, G. Cari' T. Heise, N. Thurmcr, ll. Estrada C. McAllister, P. lVilllams, S Zinglcr. C. Simmons, H. Owen- Y. Kemp. if SPANISH CLUB Row l: R. Cunningham, H. Maier hoif, D. Schaefer, A. XValker. M Williams, J. Bryant, B. Mzittusclick. Row Z: S. LziVora, J. Kylcr, M. If XVashingtun, j. johnson, B. Shields C. Cannon, S. jueck, M. Simms. Row 3: K. Crosser, J. Becker. M McLin, P, XVil1iams, M. Coleman I. Harrell, M. Eastman, C. Rzidtkc Latin Club Spanish Club Adviser: Mrs. Moser lst Semester Otlicers Znd Semester C. Simmons ..,., .,.... P resident ...,..,.. ....... L . Schuette L. Schuette ....... ....., V icefPresident ...... ....... .I . Thurmer B. Shapiro ........ . ...... Secretary ....... ....... L . Martin L. Martin ....... ....... T reasurer ....... ..... B . Shapiro Purpose: To preserve the ideals and accomplishments of old Rome, to participate in school activities, and to point out the values of Latin. Time and Meeting Place: Room 130 on alternate Tuesdays at 3:15. Outstanding Events: Activities this year were highlighted with a Christmas tea and hy participation in North's Fun Fair. The Latin Club sponsored those tasty hot dogs at the fair, Surely everyone will remember their flavor and that event. Adviser: Miss Schaefer lst Semester Officers Znd Semester C. Cannon ..... .......... P resident ......... ..... C . Cannon I. Becker ........ .... . .Viceflnresident ...... ........... I . Becker P. Williams .... ........ S ecretary ....... ....... P . Williams I. Harrell ....... ........ T reasurer ....... ....... I . Harrell Purpose: To promote interest in the customs and tra' ditions of Latin America Time and Meeting Place: Alternate Tuesdays in Room 324 at 3:15 P.M. Outstanding Event: The Cluh's contrihution to North's Fun Fair was hy way of sponsoring a Wild West Shoot' ing Gallery. Other events were a speaker from Costa Rica and the Annual Christmas Party with piiata, games, and refreshments. -57-. l M, wiki. R. Sxvzm, lf. Axlkms. Nlzarrm. fi. Rnxllkw. M. N ELEMENTARY STUDENT COUNCIL fxllVl5Qr5f Mr. KHCCH1, MIAQ. Elwrt Rx-xx' l: ,l. lhrmlf. l'. Xhrmx. l . , , . X lxllr-x'z1, fm. lxxlklw, lvirf. C., l',lWx'Il. 11, Szrplnvlmm, A. Lf-xr. Pwxx' I: ll. livylxnlkls, li. lfs.lxxznrxlx, f ffammm. N. llluldsx. ,I Lx-mxlx-, li klfvnl-11. D. hgnxzxux-. ll. .lnm-. Ruxx: 5: l'. llurxllm, J. Slmnn, I Mxxx--clm, ,l. Yzmlxc. H. Uluxrl. ll lil:-I-Ink. K, l'lutx'lun-. I' Kvnw. Purpobe Allxlrrmln. N. Ruclwl. xx' 2: nl. Fluruzm. E. Km D. Pllglx, IX. Lxttlr. T. Sl . lwcr. C. M x'llx". w , adv! ' 255 Student The St , activitics uf the school :md furthcrs evcrytluing - - - 'ff if-lf -"F"1F-Wi' that will be to thc lvcst interusts of thc student body. udeut Council promotes thc general STUDENT COUNCIL Ruxx' l: Il. lllmxnvlmzum, M, Rzmncx, li, l'apx', G, Rwlxt-fr. li. Lcluull, QI. Kwppx, l'. Ngl-mn. H. Sun-. Ruxx- 1: ll. XX'rrll1, ll. Kuziclc, P. Sam, M. hr--rx. l', Mx'l..x11gl1ll1x. 5. Hcuxl- Rnxx' 3: B Hmxxn, Z. Busluuly If. n-:slxr-, nl. Wilm, S. Nlxuxull, U. liulwiuuvr. Rwxv 4: 5, Rzxltcxy. M. Npxcnf. M. Allxslus. XYullln:1lm, ll, XYAHS. lr. Aslxlnfy, 11. Cl1x'1'1'y, fl. Harris. STUDENT COUNCIL xx' l: li. imllz, M1'. Bxwmka, Miss Km-pp. hl. Cvmrzlxl, Cv. Bvxmh-fn. M, Utlxruxxx ,l. 'pf xxx' . m m 5 . P. Vfillizxlns. ,l, Hmmm, l.. Trulsxm. xx' 1: AI. Ncxrr, fl. Hlrnlrmlms, U, Birrs, ll, Klrzmt, L. l'1'ix'xx'x:, R. lvlurll-. l... Rh--dw. lg. XY.n:r11.111. Ll. Zum. ' 4: F. Huxwy. H. lfullcr. M. Rua. -l. Alluarx-lug. H Olmm, l'. T.uyl4u', li. lfzucln, E K xl 1 68 f '- Student . . . of .remud Jemeyrer' Advisers: Mr. Trythall, Mr. Brooks, Miss Koepp Time and Meeting Place: In the library, every Wednesday from 8:30 to 9:00 a.m. Outstanding Events: Under the auspices of the Student Council, the school held a fair in which the various school organizations participated. Student Council Officers First Semester President .,........ ..,,. W illiam Rueth VicefPresident .... ..... E arl Klaeser Secretary ,... ,.....,,,..., B arbara Pape Treasurer .. ,.... Gertrude Bobinger Second Semester President ........, ............ C urtis Harris VicefPresident .... ....... J ohn Himmelmann Secretary .... ..... ...,. A u drey Steinhilber Treasurer . ..... Ronald Faich STUDENT COUNCIL Row I: C. Harris. ,I. Hiinnielxnzann, Mr, Trvthzill. Mr, XX'ersin, Mr. Brooks, R, Faith, G. Vv'nlIL'. Row Z: XY. Qunlls. S. Murrcll. F. Higgins, Y. Trzivitl, C. Cannon, G. Neustedter, M. Wyatt, V. Tziyl-lr, L. Martin. Row 3: M. Ivilliams, M, Dukes. N. I'li:1'lnQ. B. Cochran, li. Harri-. F. Ashley, I7. COIISUIDIIIICLIII, C, Ifslcr, L. XVallmann. Row 4: R, Sclincll. R. llippcl. .I. Grams, .I. I.:a5'cv, N. Mzmskc. M. Beck, B. Lehigh. I'. Mntrers. II. Nelson. STUDENT COUNCIL Run l: H. Sims, H. Fnllrr. A. Simmons, C. Iviiicllcr, C. Bvngt- smn. E, Kindherg. U. Simmons. Row 2: Y. Tcnipfi.-. R. Shields, S. Cherney. H. Kozick, C. Rogers. A. Ivlisun, G. Kocstcr. Row 3: C. Ncustedter, L, Rzusdal--. E. Green, A. lieilu, S. L:1Vora, C. Radtkc, M. Wasliiriuton. U. Ghiistoii. Row 4: U. Jones. S, Caurtrr, C. jones. K. Feld. M, Rzinncr. L. .lr-lmsnn, L, Truls-in, M. Neuens, Al. Piim. H. 69 .I fi gf ,Q A? - sf .s "'- W , " f A S M Q f J 3 . ,Q ,.... 5 V? If .- E. , , i f ' 5 5 . - Q' ' J i 4- ' ff? jf, , g 1 V' as ,xr K X X YY W t ., L Ga r ,, yr 3 If W 'O ' L M a X-N 4. l i Q , x W- me ,,,, Ag- L Q E, 5 4' wg- 5? 5,1 fxmkrwff.- 4 I -AW Al Q i -, ,r ..i ., HL M-ww " ' M ,. ,x V , ,A W,.,,MT.W,... , ,K ff? Library Club Adviser: Miss Herziger lst Semester Qlficers Znd Semester M. Salzwcdel ....... ....... l Jresident ..,...,., ..........., h I. Zur P. Mutter ......, .... . .XYlC9'Pl'CSlkl?l1t ,.,.,.. ......., D I. Hudson M. Beck ....... ......, S ecretary .,.....,. , .,.., S. Cherney Purpose: To train students to assist in the lihrary and to take part in school activities. Time and Meeting Place: Second and fourth Wediiesday in Room 034 at 7:45 A.M. Outstanding Events: The cluh participated in decorating for the Honiccoining Dance and sponsored a booth at North's Fun Fair. The annual Held trip was taken in June. An enjoyahle activity was the regular semifmonthly Breakfast Meeting. LIBRARY CLUB Row 1: Miss Herziuer, H. Buegc, j Zurr, M. Beck, B. Smith, R. XVin chell. l Row 2: S, Cherney, C. Pirtle, M Salzxvedel, R. Toliver, G. Neustedtcr K. Nushcruer. l Row 3: ,l. Hudson. M. Eastman, T Peace, S. Lavora, ,l. Berue, S. .Iuech f. Fisher. Row 4: M. Roberts. D. XVichmann P. Mutters, M. McLin, R. Pirelli J. Pum, M. Coleman. USHERETTES Row I: Mr. Kampine, A. Paik, J Florian, li. Buh, J. Neumann, G Heberer. Row 2: lf. Green, Y. Temple, ,l Jones. B, Hill, j, Fischer. R Toliver. Row 5: L. johnson, K. Kennedy, M Roberts, ll. Wichmann, B. Cochran C. Radtlce, M. Fischer. Usherettes Adviser: Mr. Kampine The Usherettes are a group of girls who gen' erously give their time and service to the school Some of the events for which the Ushercttes services are used are as follows: the Senior Class Play, the Variety Show, the Graduation Programs, and other school functions. The group is open to any girl who would like to serve the school. There are no dues, no officers, and no set meetings. How pleasant it is to recall the many func' tions when you were greeted at the door of Krug Hall by those lovely ladies so courteous, so thoughtful, and ohliging in ushering you to your seat. e73- Row 1: E. fir-gg. 11. Walls, O, ' Future Teachers' rgcmizcltion Purpose: Advisers: lst Sem ester N. Rochol .,..... G. Bohmger A.......... S. Schaetzel ,...... P. Muttcrs .... Miss Gregg, Mrs. Yennie Officers Znd Semester ...- ..... President ...,.... ........,. R . Dippel ...Vicefljresident ..... ..... D . Hcinbuch ......,Secretary....... Roback .......Treasurer...... Hudson Outstanding Events: To interest the best of our students in the profession of teaching and to provide them with opportunities to utilize their abilities and inter' ests in the field of education. Time and Meeting Place: The highlights of the year were two field trips: the Hrst was taken to the Custer High School: the second, to Wiscoiisin State College where the group was given many interesting 'The third Tuesday of exch month in the library, 8:10 to 9:00 A.M. FUTURE TEACHERS Grivrzlatl, P. Nelson. N. Kochlcr. P. Mnttcrs, A. Stewart. E. johnson. Row 2: M. Umm. Y, Truvirr. A, Cannoncr, B, jacnlws, P. MtLziuyLhlx1i, D. Shapiro, T, Cifaldi, F. Nevins. Y. Temple. Row 3: S. Huy, C. Nviislcdtw. ,l. ,lolins-rn. lv, Hzucssly. T. Pixie.. l.. Millei', 1. Ncnmnnn. Row 4: B l. XYilson. lf. M, Phillips. Ii, lilmys, U, Bohingvr, N. Pivring, ,l. Hudson. M. Sivriiaiiii, M. Harris. Row iz Ki. Oiflonn-'ll. YY. Porrcr, ll. I Schnurrn, li. Wzillmzinn, D. Wir-lv 3 lnann, M. Brrnstcin, xl. Florian. M, Ncvans, B. Mclllain. Row 6: fl. XX'ils-rn. A. Roltvxicli. Ulm. l.. johnson, G, Sclimn-:l:lc, N. Twiug. F. Boctlrliw. Scliroi-dvi, ll. l"lziwl'uns. FUTURE TEACHERS Row 1: M. C. Ycnniv. S. Sclun-tzvl. -I, Koppn. B. Binh, ll. Strel-rw, A. XVilson, R. Fohcy, Plninxncr, ml. Kllillds. Row 2: ll. Cannon, F. Ashley. ,l. fiuxlarlel, R. Tolivcr. ll. Shields. A, lirendt, C. Kirlrscy, fi, Ncustedtvr, lf. XVnslxinglon. Row 3: M. Xhfisliingtori. E. Ghrsf ron. M. Cnlcinzun, N, Ghosinn. P. llczin. B. Mcliounds. P. Alston. Miirreil. B, Knzick. Row -4: l'. Scliillini, .l. Florian, l'. joins, L, Pierce. B. lf-zqlirzin, Cl. Meath. U. l'luhr'rcr. P. Milanowski, M. Ezistrnnn, Row in M. Beck, J. Fisher, M. Mcf Lin, B. Waismam. E. Holtz. P. Allen, V. Blair, R. Schncll, R. Dippirl. Row 6: F. Kidtloo, L, Olson, D. Hcinhnch, D. Podlcsrk. B. Buugc, V. Fncrstcr, ,l. Ncvcr. N, Rocliol, J, Anulvrsnn. C. Vnlknmnn. glimpses of college life. .-.73., run Rvw: Miss Hcrzigvr. Cl. Bcru. l Koppa. l'. Nelson, Nl. l"lcrbr'clc, Tplbx S Shaltl lvl lil-r N 'ii l'1l'lQ, lf. Richter, B. Pape. IS high, M. Raiinci. xx l: U. Ols-in. Al. Himnielmzinn, . Kimis, xl. Armstrong, D. ricinliiich. lm Z: XV. Ruuth. Klesi-r, lu 3: XY. Schmidt, H. Bryant, rnnelt, D. Schultz, R. Ross, Pinch. BOOSTER GIRLS Bolwinecr. L. Srhuvttii. ll. Hill. PVC s.. if vlZ', . CC . . . BOOSTER BOYS clirlr, C. Harris, R. Sliirlds. Booster Girls Adviser: Miss Herziger lst Semester Officers Znd Semester B. Lehigh ......... .,......,. P resident .... ,,... ........, N . Piering P. Nelson ...... ...... V ice'Presidcnt ............... S. Schaetzel B. Hill .............. .,.,..., S ecretary ....... .......... M . Beck N. Piering ........ ....... T rcasurer ....... .... . .M. Ranner Purpose: To instill and increase school spirit by pro' motion and supporting school activities. Time and Meeting Place: In the library every Friday at 7:45 A.M. Outstanding Events: The Booster Girls worked selling tickets for school activities, publicizing school events, deco' rating for dances, serving as usherettes, and collecting subscriptions for the Tattler, and publishing athletic schedules. Most treasured memory is that of the Farewell dinners in honor of graduating seniors. Booster Boys Adviser: Mr. Kintis lst Semester Officers lnd Semester W. Schmidt ....... ......... P resident ............. 1. Himmelmann W. Rueth .....,.. ..,.... V ice'President ...,.............. H. Bryant C. Harris .,.... ......... S ecretary ..,..... .....,..., D . Schultz E. Klaser ...... ........ T reasurer ........ ....... J . Boschek Purpose: To create and instill school spirit by "doing" in promoting and supporting school activities Time and Meeting Place: Every Friday in Room 302 at 7:35 A.M. Outstanding Events: The Club won first place for decorations in the "Snow Ball Dance," and it helped with decorations for the Prom. The Club also par' ticipated in the schoolfwide promotion of the 1956 Tattler sales and distributions. The boys' deeds were always aimed for boosting! M 74 M. Audio-Visual Aids Corps lst Semester Officers Znd Semester J, Davis ..,,....... ...., Y Student I ....,. ....... W .Skowron I Director T W. Skowron ...... Assistant I ..... Mur Student Director S B. Mur ,.,,... ..... f Scheduling l .,.,.... ...... G . Rose I Director S T Assistant SI K, Gruel ,,,,.,, ,,,.., A , Scheduling l ......, ,,,,,... I . Barian l Director li T. Hicse f Head l R. Endisch R. Endisch ,,,,., ..,.,,. - Q Operators ....,,. .......... R . Cast T, Filiput l I D. Mueller The Audio-Visual Aids Department is made up of a line group of boys who take great pride in being of service to their school. About 1,000 films are shown to classes each semesterg in addition, records, tape recordings, A. V. A. CADETS Row I: Mr. Hall, D. Mueller, R Gust, W. Skowron. Row 'Zz G. Vegners, B. Mur, P Brosseau, K. Cruel, J. Barian. Row 3: T. Heise, C. Karau, G, Rose E, Endisch, T. Rickcrt. A. V. A. OPERATORS Row l: D. Heinbuch, H. Fuller, D Mlieller. Mr. Hall, R. Cast, D XVachowiak, XV. Skowron, T. Heise. Row 2: T. Vogel, T, Gillespie, A Taylor, XV. Powc, L. Jolinson, P Bmsseau, B. Vzmicr, K. Cruel, J Barian. Ruw 3: E. NValls, A. Feldman, G Spiclvogcl, .l. Putcrsons. .l. Davis T. Simms, W. Bell, B. Mur, R Dippel. Row 4: D. Newfuss, C. Dunaway A. W'alker, D. Holz. G. Vcgners C. Hcmpel, N. Tliurmcr, D. Buch hulz, I. Ruth, J, Johnson. Row S: R. Ritter, C. Knrau, R Endisch, G. Rose, T. Rickert, A llenilcis, D. Jackson, K. Tatum, M Dent, C. Goller, R. Ross, still pictures, and iilmstrips are presented to classes. The operation and care of equipment and the scheduling of duties are handled by these boys. vs is Girl School Typists Miss Daly, Sponsor Many are the girls who comprise this group selected from the twelfth grade typing classes. Under the advisorship of Miss Daly, they do typing for the following activities: the Tattl'er, report cards, menus, school inventory, programs for the Variety show, the prom, senior play, and open house. Guidance reports and other work that teachers may need to have done fref quently hecome the finished product of these student typists. As these typists give up their study periods in order to serve their school, their services are much appreciated. Here they are: I. Schaefer N. Ghoston G. Guctzlafi' B. Wertli H, Bosko N. Pein B. Pape T. Cifaldi G. Bohinger Anderson S. Fender J. Makhorn C, Hedeen 1. Fisher N. Twigg G. Schmaelze -I. Never Diedrich National Honor Society Adviser: Miss Healy Since 1922 North Division High School has had a chapter in the National Honor Society. Membership in this society is the highest honor the school can confer on its students. Elected Second Semester James Davis Thomas Heise Joyce Jones Betty Lehigh Barbara Kozick Elected First Semester Sheila Fender Alfred Ohrmund Grace Richter Gunars Vegners ,l. Nexrr. ,l. Dir-dir.-li. SOCIETY SCHOOL TY PISTS NATIONAL HONOR Row l: Miss Daly, .l. Scliacfer, G fiiiurzlnif, H. lioski-, B l"1' G Bohlngrr. Row 2: S. F-'nJcr. Cf. Hvdetn N Uhoston, B. Wrrth, N. lim, T Clifnldi. Row 3: J. Anderson, J. Nlalxhorn. ,l Fisher. N. Tiviau. G, Sclimzi-'lze T. Heist-, il. jones, A. Olirmund ll Lil: lx H Ki :lt II Vcvncrs Stage Crew and Public Address Technicians STAGE CREW Mr. Atvvell, Faculty Manager lst Semester Officers 2nd Semester J. Fischer ....... ......... P resident .,..,..... ....,...,. I . Fischer G, Rittmann. ............. VicefPresident .........., ...G. Rittmann I. Schreck ..................,... Secretary ...................... I. Schreck The Stage Crew prepares the stage in "A" for all school plays, for outside speakers, and for any other function that demands stage work. The Crew arranges all lighting for special dances and for all noon hour programs. It is also its duty to keep all stage scenery and stage properties neatly placed where some property can easily be obtained at any time as the occasion demands. PUBLIC ADDRESS CREW Mr. Stephens, Faculty Manager The public address technicians operate our complex but flexible public address system at every school or community function at North Division. Whether it is a day or an evening program, the PA boys are present. First Semester STAGE CREW AND P. A. CREW Bottom: J. Scheidr, W. Schumann, Mr. Atwell. I. Fischer, C. Rittmann. Top: G. Ochler, Mr. Stephens, T. Marqilardt, R. Schmidt. Second Semester STAGE CREW AND P. A. CREW Bottom J. Fischer-Mgr, Mr. Steph- ens, Mr. Atwcll, G. Rittmann. Top: R. Stcmplinger, N. Kraincr, T. Marquardr, R. Lambrecbt, J. Schrcck. Row 1: C. Volkmann, G. Grant, J. Anderson, E. Heidcn, J. Never, J. Zarnoth, C. Hess. Row Z: D. YX'estcott, G, Bobinger, B, XVcrth, L. Schuette, J. Garland, B. Hill, B. Strong. Raw 3: J. Schilbrack, L. Jones, B. Lehigh, B. Pape, M. Hcrbeck, K. Naplcr, E, Runge, J. Koppa. Dance Ensemble Director: Miss Heiden There are a number of activities around North Division, but among the artistic exhibif tions are the productions of the Dance Ensemf ble. This has been a big season for the Ensemf ble because it has made seven public appear' ances. The Ensemble's biggest audience this year saw the group appear on a television broad' cast in its presentation of the "Maintenances Dance." The biggest dance production of the year was "Come To The Fair" for the Variety Show. For the Student Councils Talent Show the Ensemble presented "Jive in the Classroom." When the school fair rolled around in March, the Ensemble had a booth called the "Magic Spot," where the plush poodles proved to be exceptionally popular prizes. Every year the dance groups from all the high schools come together to present examples of their work. This allows all the girls not only to do their best, but to see what is the best in the other schools. This meeting is called the Dance Symposium which is held at Wells Jun' ior High. This year the presentation, "Come 'To The Fair", with four guest members Qboysl-was the envy of the other "all-girl" groups. A special program at the Vocational School and the Inf terfHigh Youth Rally for Mental Health Week were also occasions for repeating "Come To The Fair." For North's big Pep Rally the Ensemble pref sented a series of football dances: "On Wisconf sin" and "Mr, Touchdown." Thus, it is plain to see why the Dance En' semble is one of the most active groups of North. A L haf' , Tfn' Ilmmfmffffffg Qmfwf - !"i1rL' G'.11'1'.:1 llw' l1v1t'UF'f - Rfw,1H lizifm 5 QA SEMESTER ONE R4 m Row G ' Huw Ii. ,xx R1 'xv Rr IW .1. MONITORS Row l: A. Sllnruum, Ii. livnqalwn, IJ. SIWITIIZ, il. Amlcrmn, Luqcli. A. Valk, S. Stow, B. lX'.m11x:u1, nl. Vmxlwlu. Run 1: IP R--up, R. Huh. M. McI.m, R. Tyler. I. Pnm. I. lkuppzi. A. KI-ndrick, J. Hudson lluw 3: R. XX'1ncluf'll. ll. liuvlzlzxll. A. Tllllcn. If. XY:alls. ll. l'i1'rlli. M Ncwns. P. Mlxttws, M, Rulwvl'th, xl. Flmlan. R-In 4: F. IiH.:nclxnl'. IS. lim-1-. K. Kclmmly. M, Wxllmnxf, M. Schmpdur. LI. Zurr. M. B1-ck. S. Scllawlzcl. B Smith. Rfxw Z: . Sclmllr. QI, Armstrqunu. IJ, I'udlwse'l4, Il. Vfillcv. V, Fln'rstvr. O. Pm'rcl'. R. ,Irnlxm:, 1.Sulu1lt:, ll. R-m.I1. klwr. ,I C Monitors' Meritorious Service Where They Function: In the office. In the study hall. In thc cafeteria during the noon hours. Ar uounfhour programs. In thc library. l l I 1 1 MONITORS I.:lnL'l1. I3. NY1fl1n1zxnx1. fl. Sgnvmgc, M. i1ulu111al1. ,I. Sulfur, Ii, Rungu, M. Enatnmn. l'.nlu'1'. l'1rtl-'. I Sclnlnwzmu. lr. lia1'clmx'. fl. Ncllrtmltcly U. Burlwy. F. Nevins. fl. Kwcatrr. Br--utzmqnm, K. Nmlw-run Schllvttv, I. Tl1IlfII1Ll', T. lluacc, N, Pun, R. Tuluvcr, S. Cllxcnncy, IS. XYzuts, Iilyrmvf, F. Ashlry. Bvrgl, S, Murnll, B. Wurny. S. lunch, C, Klum-n, fl. Hclwcrvr. Al. Ncumfmn, WI. Clivr, li. NYc1'll1. . Ralmcr. Ii. I':npl. ll, Bulwlnacr, K. Gzn1'dr1rr, I.. Tmld, M. U.inslmxx', S, I...ivnvrzl, Ifflcl, Prmnlau, L. XX'allmunn, Litllv, lf. Pnynvs. If. Clu'r1'y, A. Smxtln, R. M0rriS, A. Rolwzlclc, xl. Matter. XY1ll1:imS, ,l. Nvvrr, N. Rwclwl, lJfV" IVKJ LffVV'- frffwlf ff? MI MW . af fm 1106 ci, Q .4-. 4, MONITORS -mx 1, f.. Schultz. K.. ,I-inis. .I. Ziirr. It Iiocttelirr. IS. Xlnisnizin. -I. Iinulfr, lx. 1-zn'tliiii'. LH, Bennett. C. Mm-lit-i. R-wx 2: II. Hill. IX Melsir. H, Xhiilkv. 5 Iuieh, lx. Rtitex. I. Cnxsxx-Il. I', liiviilzniann, I'. Mcl.ziilgI1lirx, S. Kxitiuis. K. Niislwt-iuci. Rim F: M. Ezistlnsiii, IS. XX'oiny'. M. Bit-ntlel. Ii, ffiximwr. D. Alitlrwws. A, Skgisi. R. I'I.ilw:iiel1I, l.. IIiII'.'ll.I. K, Iensin. li. Koziek .R. Tolivei. Row 4: Ii. Knopow. A. Pink. L. Toritl, M. Neuvns. l'. Niuttrrs. N. l'is'l'inu. B. Li-high. K.. Suvzisi, D. .I-'nt-s. fl Nvilsteilrer. I', Hendrick- R-ixx 3, Al- Selxxnidt. H. Sims. M. Beck, S. Schiietzel. j. Harrvll. Al. Mum-r. D. Reifp, R. Iiznte. H. Rlltlolph. l'. Schorr. I.. Svtllo. S. Trosch, M. Nu-skvs. H, XX'ailu'rs. R-in 6- I Sehrielt. A, Simmons. li. Vaynis, A.. Littlr. IJ. 'l'.iylor. II. Schulze. V. Fo--1's!vi'. II. Iiikv, V. Yanko. N. ZllI'llllxL'. R. Myers. I.. Ilrivwv, ml, Hlmmrlmzinn. Meets N0l'th'S Needs SEMESTER TWO Purpose: Monitors are on duty every hour of the day the needs of students and assist when the eloetor to inspect and to make certain that North or nurse is present. The services of all monitors Division is kept running smoothly. Each are always of high eziliher-of the type of period in the intirmaries, monitors minister to which North Division may well he proud. x . , . E 3' 3 I I MONITORS Rim I: ,l. Gillespie. R. Hzirivll. F. Sprenz, G. Benuts-in. M, Sclirovde-r, I.. Olson, K. Kcnnrily. K. llrnsser, R. Uilhcrl. Row Z: T. I'r.uer. ,I Fischtr. bl. joy, S. Clierney, KI. Goselli. R. Dzuhlgrril. ,I. Sehumzlnn fl. Pxrrlr, S. Ncilstetlter, ll. Koester. Row 3: L. Sthuette, xl. Pistuinc, M. Alksnxs, E. Green, CI, Mczieh, J. johnson, hl, Iiarizin, M Cmnt. CI. Young, Y. Templif. ,I. Grams, Row 4: C, Strelow, D. Feltlmunn. L. Wullmann, C. Bs-rg, K. Feld. M. Ranncr, VI. Miner, S. La Vora. -I. Plum. A. lleih. Row 5: R. Vfiiichell, N. Nelson, C. Harris, B. Hawkins. E. Bielinski, M. Roberts, D. Ilficlmmnn. RI. Florian, S. Hehelrr. A. Avery, S. Duplanty, I Hudson. M. Clolemim. Ron 6: R, jenkins, E. Frei-nian, R. Fuich, C. Miuucz. D. Podlesek, D. Wilke. II. But-ge. il. Simmons, fi. Bennett, D. Holz, R. Holloway, R. Bilhr, T. Nlarquzirdl W? HALL CADETS Ri-w I' ff Hvss, L. 'livin-s, D, Pmitzlotl, E. Mtfllglin, M. Uthrnxv. il, Clams, XY. Sthlllimlili J. F1-clivr. li,Hw1rz, M. Sirmzilin, Rim' 2: ff, Pmllik, l. Bin-itrufii'ld. G. Hauinly. B. Kuzxck. H. lulvluiilclw, QI. liiwlzuimil, A. lirnut l. Sulflutt. U. Nwlzsti-ilu'l'. ll. Strrvlll. Adviser: Mr. Tryth ill Rim 3: Il. lmiwtzlixtuiivzuni, H, Hrulninu, ll. Bxmxn, E. Phillips, lf. Uliwstmi. lf. flrwcri, B. Slut-Itls, fi. lnhiiwii. U. Vvnlx Al. lMkm'iiy. R.-xx 4: V. Hlqm. M. N1-tiviis. M. Risclmcr, M. Htrlwtk, ll. Rlchtrr, M. Rmmr. P. Niglwn. Al. Kwiiim. ll. Lulilgln. ll. llwlwxiigir, Run' 5: N. liclli-'i'. nl. Scliillwzuck. M. Bwiivlvili, L, Olsmin. ff. Mrvliris. K. f5uvskti'. L. lhyt-vii. l' Allan. ll. Hzmkim. P, plum-H. V. Kin-rn. Rim 6: QI. l5ucli.m.m, U. H-imbturx. W. Opp.-rlimriii. F, Spxrnz. T. Hcunimii. R. lizmrr. xl, lhisflicli. xl. Clvlliiir. ff. Sirnrnimn-. ,l, l3i'5'.ml. North's Cadet Corps Among tht' many services rendered by QU To sec that the halls are kcpt quiet :md Nixrtlfs Scrvicc Corps one Notes the duties of UCC Of W?15fCP11P91' tlic catlcls, mmely: Q21 To challenge stutlciits withoiit passcs HALL CADETS Ibm' 1: xl. .I-nlumiii. li. XY:itts. R. H.nrri'll. A. Lt-xy. T. Usiibky, R. Mycra. J. Hurtun. A, Lirrli-. R- in Ron Row 4: ,l. Si Ri M Rim li. Vavnc-. I: V. F-wratv:r', F A-lfwy. S M1iri'ell. A. Giulmi, li. XYvrtlx. nl. Uziydus. il. Fiscliti fl. Ilzmmm, R. Futzvi, P. Mclmigliliri. E. XX'.isliximmn. ' 1: M. Rulwrls. P. Mutlvrs, B. Wzullcrmzuin, C. Eslrr. QI. Prisudzi. H, Wailu-rg. 1. Tliurmvx A. link. K, li-IJ. M. flzividxxuw. E. fflivrrv. -ilcit, ll, Giant. ,l. New-r, E. Kimpuw. F Scuggim, H. Hupvr. N. lxlaiislu. ,l. licckcr, P. Sclmrr. l'. Ynung, D. Harding. ' iz Al. Nvxfi'-, ll. Hwllina. C. Hznvlxiris. nl. Frlzur. R Faiclx. F. Spiunz, U. Sti'.ntmax'1-vllf, KI. Hurrim, F. Klusvr. M. Stlxwirtz. ' 6: N. Llllklxllllhl, ,l. Schcidt. U. Olson. l. Ariustrmm, P. 'I'.iylfu'. T. Mgirtlliamlt. D. Caircv, M Rus. A, Simniifnf. F. Hdrxtv. ff. Maksinualv. ff. Bennett SEMESTER ONE Row Rim R- iv. Rmx Rm Row HALL CADETS llzm-kim, M. Selifoedi-i', R. Hzirri-ll, D. Hollins. li. Trytliall. l'. NX'illiams, lackwn. A. Little, C.innnn, A. Allin-clit, R. Tolivvr, M. lVy.itt, l. Siililert, A. Brant, M. lllitchinf, NV1isliinQton. ll. Yzinlw. f.oiiill.iiCl. ll. kloni-, lf. linen, l'. Sxliorit, J. Newnizlnn, lf. fllioatuli. J. Thilrrnrr Di-mins. M. flmnl. ll. Yminu, lolmwn. M. U'Hi"y'.iix. K. Feld. nl. Uiwnb, M. Rlinnwr, ,l. ll'ilrn. ,l. l'trlum, Harrell, J. Kylix, M. Gqumzh, D, Colin lJi'ii'wv, Haillient. ll. Kissvl. K. ll:u1liis'i'. Ll. Bryzilit, P. Young, L. La Duron, M. McLin. R Maine, B. Sqhaerrn, M. Rolwertb, D. Wiclimiinn. Sclieidl, D. Mziixlilaixlt, ,l, Slvwzirl, A. Liirdllce. il. Bonnett. R. Smith, B. Stone . Sclilllt:. N, Nlalinlw. A. Dv Kfiiiinu. H. Mverf. ll. B.iiicr Their Services Galore! C37 To cheek lockers Cadets volunteer their services to the school Q-U To direct visitors to their respective des- and df' all Cxcellfm PRCC UT Wllfk in helpmu tinattions to keep the school elean and orderly. SEMESTER TWO Ri vw Rf iw Ri iw Rim Ri vw Rf INV 2 keg? K lg HALL CADETS ,l. Nexels. lf. Pziynee. fl. Grant, ,l. Himmelmann. V. Fucrstwig A. Rohzick, C. Mnhm Cl. lislvr, A. l'2xili. B. lacnlws. .L Iiisclien. K. Tlii-mpv-ii. K. Bmirii. R. flzuinrm, CI. Kirk-ey, I' McLuu:li in, F. Nouns, L. Thomas, ,l. Caswell. B, Urillin, B. Kirchlioil, M, Beckley. 5. licllinu, B. Scliaefer, K. Parlwr, If Iv hill pa. L, Scliuette. B. Kozick, fl. johnson, B. Hill. P. ,Ioni-5, CI. hlarkson, L. Rhndch, I. Gush, W. Knelwel, il. Pokorny, M. Breiiclcl ,l. Vllilllaiiis, S. Olivier, CI. Young. V. Pum, N. Nlanslxe, L. XK'1ll1zims, fl. Bxrts, L. Uuytnn. ll. Hziwlcine, l'. Allen J, Schillnrzick, lb. Rerp. R, Butte, J, Whitmore. I, Blair, K. XVatke, G, Harper. D. Sims, F, Norrif, E, Dickerson, D. Reimer Ll. Simmons. L. johnson, H. Muycrlioll, xl. Gill:-:p c. E, Crockett, ll, Sclmeiiirm. J Cicfff1'1ge Olson. lmm King C ,zujw Selfcfl, Prfwf Quran fin, P 9 41- Fi l ' Q rom Wa, 12, 1956 HIV' S5255 :'6? - R4 M' Rl mv R1 uw Rum Rffw ..4nl ll N. D. H. S. BAND C. Hudson, XV. Vvkstbrmwcmlw. M. Gruluur. ll. Mcfllzuln, M. Tlmcus, l. .lnm-s, 13. llurlmlxulz. Cl. Saxunggv. N. flurpmn, Il. Sullivan. E, Nlaryn, L. Bnunv, L. 'l'hunms, N. lirxdqca, S. Snaps. R.End1fcll,D, Rwcdvr, P. Uxllvcrt, L. llrmvn, R. Mlllcr. 11. K.ur.uu. Nl. BurnStx:1n.,l. XY1lm, NY, l'lmnmvr, North Division High School Bond Mf-H Clarinet G. Nevels E. lvlalunc bl. Holloway B. Levier J. Garland D. Bucholt: C. Savngc N. Corpron J. Saliva Trumpet D. Hutz G. Shaw K. Cruezcr G. Corpron R, Payne 1. Schmidt S. Stops -4 86 Trombone T. Ridsert C. Kraw M. Bernstein I. Wilm W. Plummer epncr PERSONNEL N. D. H. S, BAND Row l: ,l. Bergc. G. Ncwls, E. Mzilonc. il. Hallam-ny. B. Liner. Mr. Hupnvr. Rim' Z: B,C1r ff Rim 1. D.L utz. Ci. Slmw. K. Crcuzvr, G. Cnrprnn. Row 4: R. Pnync. xl. Schmidt. T. Riclwrt. R-vw 9: C H--mgul, R. Dipprl. xl. Hunter, A. Gurdon. BY INSTRUMENTATION Drum QI. Barge XV. Vvlcstbrook M. Gruber B. McClain M. Thcus Bass C. Hem pei A. Gordon Flute B. Griffin Saxophone C. Smith R. Endisch P. Gilbert L. Broun R. Miller Oboe P. Taylor B. Benson 1 in. C. Smith. .l, Garland. ll. llcnmn, P. Tanylur Baritone 1. Hunter R. Dippel Horn L. Boone L. Thomas N. Buclges Drum Major: D. Roedcr Majorcttcs: L. jones, C. Heclecn, E. Martin NORTH DIVISION HIGH SCHOOL ORCHESTRA Director: Mr. Orlando liottiixn Rim: gl. Vimlwcm. ll. Sluipiro. H. Huulivs. Ql. Sclzillwrzick, Mr. Orlando. l'. l'laiczrr, H. Rudolph, T. Kvmp, ll-xxx 3: Ii. Rim 2: XX. Wvstlvr M. I5 MrCl.im. ook. I.. Trulson. M. Hairria. E. Rudolph. B. lkmscli-sr. fi. Birth. F. ll-iuttchrr. M. Thur. -icticlmvxg l'. Mgfllauglmlin, l. Malomi. A. Gordon. F. lioclrclivr, N. Corprun, .l. Hollmz-iz, R. NX"idisli. Tow Row: M. ll.-i'iNti'1ix. Al. livimlrrwn. N. Brliluw. T. 'I-ll'YIUllS, I'. flillwrt. R. Dipplv, ll, Clurpron, H. lviwrs NORTH DIVISION HIGH SCHOOL ORCHESTRA lst Violin 1. Scliilbruck H. Hucs D. Shapiro -I. Vieslverg P. Placgei' H. Rudolph Director: Mr. 2nd Violin E. Rudolph M. Hzirris L. Trulson M, Boetrclwr W. Deutscher B, Baum Y. Kemp E. McClain . gg., Orlando ORCHESTRA PERSONNEL Viola F. Bocttclier G. Birts Cello I. Malone P, Mcfilaugh F. Bocttclier A. Gordon IN THE NORTH DIVISION ENSEMBLE Directors: Mr. Hepncr, Mr. Orlando Bottom Rim: E. I:.irj. Cf. Young. C. Ott, K. Pxcrcq, j. Curtcr. I7. Mr-lsrr. R. Winchrll, I.. Nlatson, K. Kupkn, N. Unmriclc. Row -: ,I. H-:-llowaxy. Row 3' KI. Prinrutl, I'. flillvcrt. Vvludr. B. Smith. H. Lucas. B. Krumg. Kcndrich. C. Pvzicv, D. Lutz. Rim- 4- F, Gordon. P. Rmsmzm. YI. Humt-r, Y. Kr-mp, K. Nushlvvrgrr, Ii. Bragg, L, Duclu-rt, B. Wcstplmal, T. Rickcrt, ' J. Irick. Tow Row: R. Wgirdcll, I. I'IllI'I'MII'l.I, W. NX'u4throuks, T. Bridges. I. Claypool, M. Bymm. G. Mccks. I'. Kien:-ist. NORTH DIVISION JUNIOR ENSEMBLE Directors: Mr. Hcpner, Mr. Orlando STRUMENTATION Clarinets Trumpets Drums N. Coyron G. Corpron W. Westbrook J. Holloway R. Dipplc M. Tliers Horns Tuba String Bass N. Bridges C. Kemjlo H. Meyers L. Thomas R- 39. , " I. IVill1amson, S. Hollinr, A. ,I-1rs.IaI1, Ii. Grant. F. Bovt.tClicI'. WI. Nlycrs. ll. IVicl1m:1nn, R. Hzillkilis, XY. NXMII, Trombone M. Bernstein Piano I. Bundcsen I. P. j. 1. P. 1. E. j. D D, R R Rf-xx' Y: l. I' sclirr l I3 R ,., 1 CHOIR mv 1: M. llcm, G. Bins, N. Ruchnl. Nl. Nm-cr, C. Schmaclzlc. B. XVUIY. C. Srnzlow, Mr, Hepner mx' Z: Y. Temple. G. liohingcr, P, Milan-iwski, ll, Sliiclils, CI. Yminu, .l. Neumann, I. Bishop, S. Pachnizik. liedrich. E. Walls, G. lluctzlafl, B. Bula, ll, Richter, J. Florian, V, Schruck, B. Wurny nw 4: F. Williams, W'. Munson. ll. Olson, R. Schultz, ll. Pndlcsck, C. Kicy, C. Karan, ,l. Quzills, R. Miirris. A Cappella Choir of North Division High SOPRANO Never Waga Milanowski Felber Neumann Couillard Bishop . Fischer Fischer . Runge Diedrich Prodzinski Walls , Strong Florian M. Martin Podlesek . Nelson Wilke . Spitza Rochol Schmaelzle Wolf Srrelow Bobinger Young Guetzlaff Richter Worny ALTO C. Kiey J. Seifert I. Anderson I. Mahkorn S. Warren F. Boettcher M. Herbeck I. Malone PERSONNEL CHOIR Row 1- A. Wagzn, J. Svifcrt, J. Anderson, J. Malxknrn, G. Dc Ln Rosa, N, Fclber, L. juries, E. Meyer. Row "' Y. Cnuillarel, M. Fischer, E. Runge, S. Warren, I, Prndzinski, F. Bocttcher, B. Strong. Rnw 4: BY VOICES Y. Temple S. Pachniak B. Bub V. Schreck I. Qualls Rmv 3: E. Klcscr, B. McClain, M. Martin, P. Nclsun, S. Spitza, P. Muttcrs, M. Herbeclc, YV, Powc, I. Malone. F. Harvey, F. Kiddoo, J. Himmclmzmn, D. Roedcr, D. Hollins, R. Cunningham, D. YVilkc, H. Williams. Director: Mr. Hepner Accompanist: G. Birts TENOR L. Jones P. Mutters W. Powe F. Horney R. Cunningham M. Dent R. Shields F. Williams W. Munson G. Olson R. Schultz C. Karau R. Morris G. DeLa Rosa .. 91 .. BASS R. Meyers E. Kleser B, McClain F. Kiddoo I. Himmelmann D. Roeder D. Hollins H. Williams GIRLS GLEE OF N.D. Bottom Row: C. Hess, A. johnson, M. Beck, B. Kuchlcr, B. Hawkins, Mr. Hcpnur. Middli' Row: P. Brcutzman, G. Kocstcr, J. Garland, T. Pvarc, D. Campbell, J. Bcrgc. Top Row: E. Ghuston. D. Jones, G. Nick, B, Grays, H, Bosko, A. Qualls, D. Lockhart. First Soprano A. Kendvelsi L. Meous B. Phillips A. Gualls C. Hess Second Soprano G. Koester B. Kuchler D. Lochhart G. Nick I. Piscume R. Winchell J. Berge P. Breutzmann S. Brautegam B. Grays A. Gabor J. Gragon S. Hendricks B. Hawkins Girls' Glee Director: PERSONNEL BY GIRLS GLEE OF N.D. Bottom Row: J. Gregor, S. Bratuigam, R. Winchell, B. Phillips. P. Allen F Partce Middle Row: G. Hassely. G. Brame, L. Means, A. Gabor. S, Hendricks. Top Row: K. jackson, N. La Fountain, A. Kenclricks, K. Michaels, V. White ,I Pxscume of North Division Mr. Hepner VOCAL POSITION Alto D. Jones N. LaFountain K. Michaels F. Partee T. Peace V. White I. Garland E. Ghoston M. Beck H. Bosko G. Brame V. Blair D. Bullocks D. Campbell J. Coates G. Haessly K. Jackson A. johnson -93... QP? 74225. eeing QW .giaorfd NORTH,S 1955 VARSITY SQUAD Bottom Row: ,l. Iviasnica, Nlgr. lAssl.j, J. Driver, li. Farmer, F. xx'1ll11lmS, Ci. Olson. D. Hollins, W. Schmidt, G. Armstrong. H. lvlvurs, C. Cari, fi. Dickursoii, H. Simms, E. Pzxynvs, L. Harmon. Mitltllc Row: C. licnnrtt, fi. Wil-on, S. Boulxxar-I, R. Nlycrs, R. Harrell, M, Knmmvr, R. Ross, G. Bcngslon, A. Reinhardt, F. Sprcnz, A. Pr-nikis, A. Little, ,l. Horton, W. Rnnnvlls, Mer. T-fp Ron: XY. Upperman. Mgr., l', Kimis, Asst. Coach. E. Withers. Asst. Coach, Ed Crockett. E. Klescr, C. Goller, R. Evans, ,l. Johnson, P, Estrada. F. liailry. G. Nlitchvll, C. Owans. F. Lnwiinci-, C. Harris, U. jones, j, lk-tersons, R. Payne, M. Uthrow, Mr. Engcllw, Head Coach, Mr. Marascli, Asst. Coach. ootball S ason of 1955 Mr. Engelke -f Head Coach Mr. Kintis, Mr. Withers, Mr. Marasch ff- Assistants North 0 - King 12 The Blue Devils opened up the 1955 football season by dropping a close heartbrcakcr to King 12 to O. Northsidos offense threatened time and time again, but just couldnt seem to push a touch' down across. Kings Hrst score was the result of a fourth down gamble by the Blue Devils that didn't pay off. 'The Generals' other score was set up when one of Harris' passes was intercepted in the flat and run back to the North 10fyard line in the last two minutes of the game. North 13 - Juneau 7 Wheat a game! For their second straight victory, North's touchdowns were scored on runs of 27 yards by Henry Sims and 31 yards by Randy Evans, around their own left end. The Pioneers score came after three pass completions with Schindler going over from the one. Sims was a standout in Blue and White's off fense, making his best performance of the season. ..96-- North 13 - Custer 7 The Blue and White won its sccond home' goining in as :nanny years hy nipping Custer I3 to 7. Witli the score tied 7 to 7 in the fourth quarter and two minutes to the end of the game Julian Driver took :L handfoif from Ronnie Rossgieut outside of tackle and raced 36 yards hehind line hlocking to score thc deciding inxirlxer. Norths other score came on A fourf yard plunge. North 6 - Bay View 19 The Redczits ended North's threcfgainc win ning streak hy 41 score of 19 to 6. Bay View scored iirst when Helininslci picked up Ross' fumble and ran it hack 23 yalrds for et touchdown. The Blue Devils hounced hack with Q1 o7fyzn'd drive. The score came on El pass, Ross to Paynes. ln the second quarter the Redcats drove 61 yards with Witiuii circling right end on ai keeper from six yards out. Lohrke scored the last touchdown on ai l6fyard run off tackle in the fourth quarter. The Blue Devils' fumhles, had breaks, and inability to score when near the goal cost Conch Engelkos hoys the game. ATHLETIC MENTORS Top Rmx: K,o.ich-- Engelke. Pelican, Ri-triw. Amlcrsnii. Middle Row: Clmiches Kuccrzl. NYitlnrs, Nlnrzircli. Tcnllw. Bottom Row: Principznl U, F. XYcr:in. Conch Kintis, Allllvtli Dlhfifvf D. V. K.-nh. Ciuich Thompson. , V 5 sir A1356 Ff50iE.Q YWMQY if XVATCH THAT MAN WITH THE BALL VJHCIS GGING XNHERE7 HENRY SIMS A WINNER - FOOTBALL ALLfCITY North 6 - Washington 0 For the first time in 15 years, a highly spirited Blue Devil team defeated the heavily favored Purgolders by the score of 6 to O. Alvin Little scored the only touchdown of the game early in the second quarter on a Sfyard plunge over left tackle. The stalwart North defense repeatedly stopped Vv'ashington on its 143 Zf, and 1-yard lines. Late in the game Wztshiiigton was stopped only inches from a tying touchdown giving Northside a hardffought victory. The Blue Devils had been the Hrst to shut out the Purgolders in almost two decades. North 13 - West 26 The cold mud and the spirit on West's team again upset the favored Blue Devils 26 to 13 at North Stadium. West's quarterback, Don Svitak, scored two touchdowns on runs of 4 and 6 yards and passed 14 yards to end, Jim Cudy, for a third. West's last score came on a spectacular 6Ofyard run back of a kickoff at the beginning of the third quarter. The Blue Devils scored on a 27fyard pass, Ross to Sims. Ross scored on a lfyard sneak. North's final touchdown came on a 54fyard pitchout around left end by Roosevelt Harrell in the fourth quarter. North 6 - Pulaski 13 North's Blue Devils lost a close game, 13 to 6, to a heavy Pulaski team. The Ramblers scored with two minutes to the half on a 24-yard run by Krysiak. Northls tying touchdown came in the third quarter on a 1Ofyard pass, Ross to Harris. Gene Dickerson recovered a Kroll fumble on Pulaski's 27fyard line to set up the touchdown. The Ramblers marched 84 yards for the win' ning touchdown in the fourth quarter with Unger going over from the 12 on a quick opener over tackle. North 7 - East 13 Northside closed its 1957 football season by losing a close, hardffought battle to East's Tigers, I3 to 7. The Blue Devils scored first in the early minutes of the game on a 16fyard run by Randy Evans, after Al Reinhardt, North's center, recovered a fumbled punt by East's Dick Wilterdink. The Tigers tied the game up in the second quarter on a iifyard march with Spotfs 1-yard march. East's other score came in the fourth quarter after a 'iflfyard march with Dethloff going over from the 1. The 'Tigers' tough defense and smooth ground game kept the Northsiders off balance most of the game. NURTHS FGOTBALL 'FUTURES' FRESHMAIXLSOPHOMORE "B" FOOTBALL SQUAD Hwrlwnx Rum: M. ,Iwhrx-lm, S, Halwwjx. M111:lI.r. KB Pfwtfx. Lfwlt-. J. Lutz. R Sqlvffxxxlm O, Nuuluss, hl. Amlvrwn. XV. Cntrx Mikikllm' Rww: E. Mlvflbll. XV1lIl,urnwn. A. Smwth. Dwm. A. Luv. 1. Hurlmw. 51:11.14 ra. Huntkx I1 Cixlwr, N. Zuclkr. A. XYm.ulmfmak1. Tryp R-vw: Sivfcrf. D. XV111Lvrx. Starks. Gmks. XY. Ruudfrlplu. U. B-'nm-ll. S. Vaughn. Cmnplwll Lmnl. I. Scl1.xffm'x'. A. Tuxlur. ,l. flurmn. Kmcdld, R. Burl-m. R. 5-'lluy fjnaclx Nizumscfn NORTH'S "RAI-I-RAP!" GIRLS lRz'mf171g jvrzm lnfv xlufl In the huttmuy Left Center Right Y. Temple M. Beck M. Runner L, Schuetre K. Feld B. Lehigh Thumcr S. Schactzcl 1 ...f , f NORTH'S KNIGHTS OF THE FIELD W Q :af f 'JKM-QFZQ' YU 'MSS 'YH HV WE WEVW 'fy E?.9H735'5"7eLl55f'M 332' WE' ii THE 195546 VARSITY BASKETBALL SQUAD Coaches: V. Anderson, headg P. Kintis, assistant Bottom Row: QI, Driver, il, Hiinmclmann, H, Simms, R. Blackshirc, R. Wildcl', P. Schulzie, C. Justus. I Middle Row: Coach Anderson, H. Williams, II. Rhodes, F. Williams, I . Heinhuch, Asst Coach Kinlis, Twp Row: R. Evans, G. Nlitchcll, R. Branta. KI. jones, Cl. Harris, D. Schultz. Mgr. H. Bryant, Basketball 195 5-1956 North 45 - Lincoln 58 The new season got oli to a had start as far as North was concerned. The Blue Devils came out on the short end of a 58 to 45 score. North was leading 14 to 2 at the end of the first quarter and 31 to 20 at the half. In the third quarter Lincoln took hold of itself and whittled the Blue Devils, lead until the score was tie. From there on in Lincoln played a control type of game and even though North fought hard to get hack in the ball game it was of no avail. julian Driver and Henry Sims led North with 16 and 11 points, respectively. North 50 - King 59 North again came out on the short end of the score. We had a well-balanced attack and outscored King from the floor in Held goals but the Generals hit from the freefthrow circle more consistently. Although the Blue Devils lost the game it was not until the linal two minutes that King was able to take thc lead. Julian Driver was high point man for North with 16 points. North 53 - Custer 60 North once more suffered defeat at the hands of Custer. The Indians led all through the game, and there was little that the Blue Devils could do to stop them and Dick Laabs who finished the game with 34 points. Julian Driver was high for North with 16 points North 60 - East 53 The Blue Devils came up with their first win of the season in the conference by topping East. North's starting team of Julian,.Driver, john Himmelmann, Paul Schulze, Roosevelt Blackshire, and Ray Wylier played the entire game. East led at the half 30 to 29, but North exploded for 10 straight points within the first two minutes of the third quarter and were never headed after that. There was well balanced scoring for the Blue Devils with Driver, Blackshire, Schulze, and Himmelmann scoring 19, 14, 13, and 12 points, respectively. 100 -- North 55 - South 62 Although North suffered its fourth loss of the season, they played brilliant hall against the city's number one team. All through the first half the Blue Devils Pushed the Cardinals, and the half ended 29 to 22 in favor of South. In the third quarter the South quintet hit the basket consistently while the Blue Devils could only connect on 3 Held goals in 22 attempts, and the score at the end of the third quarter was 62 to 40. Now North found the range once again and while we kept South from scoring any points in the fourth period we pumped in 15 points and the game ended with the sound of the buzzer and the final score was South 62, North 55 Julian Driver and john Himmelmann led North with 15 and 14 points, respectively. North 52 - Tech 74 Once again the Blue Devils tasted the pain of defeat at the hands of a hot Tech quintet. The game was an even contest up to the third quarter and the score at the end of the half was 28 to 27 in favor of the Trojans. At the beginning of the third quarter the Tech quintet began to forge ahead and the Blue Devils seemed helpless. From there on in the Trojans kept the lead and won easily. High point men for North were John Him' melmann with 13 and Paul Schulze, 12. North 68 - Washingtoii 63 North won its second game of the season by tipping a young Washington team. The half ended in favor of the Blue Devils, 39 to 30. With the start of the third quarter, Washington began to hit the hoop and at one time came within two points of the Blue Devils. Fortuf nately, North was able to keep the lead and went on to win. At times in the fourth quarter, Wash- ington seemed about to take the lead and the closing minutes of the game were very close. Julian Driver then began to control more than his share of the rebounds and dropped in two Held goals and three free throws to clinch the game. Driver was high for North with 20 points. FRESHMANSOPHOMORE SQUAD OF 1955-56 i . Coach Pelican Row l: R. V. Boyd, j. C. Hubbard, Mr. Pclikan, R. Ross, I. Ruth, J. Anderson. Row 'l: R. Corke, R. XVashington, XV. Powc, J. Curran, M. Rosenstein, J. Miner, K. Saxton, J. Barian. Row 3: C. Schultz, XV. Horton, W, Carter, P. YVinters, D. Holz, J. Kimble, N. Zuehlke, A. Feldman. Row 4: G. Wolfe, D. Moore, H. Fuller, C. Holloway, J. W'ells, D. Muitller, O. Porter. - 101 -- North 73 - West 62 The Blue Devils won their second straight game in a rout at the expense of NVest. North led throughout the game and won easily. One reason for the victory was that North's five starters all scored in douhle iigures. Jim Kimble, John Himmelmann, Julian Driver, Roosevelt Pmlackshire, and Henry Sims had 17, li, 13, 12, and 10 points, respectively. North 49 - Juneau 71 North's short winning streak was halted by the Pioneers from Juneau. Throughout the game the Blue Devils could not seem to play thc type of game that they had played in the two previous games. The halfftime score was 32 to 27, in favor of Juneau. At the beginning of the second half North cut the lead to two points, hut the Pioneers quickly retaliated with three quick haskcts and stayed in front for the rest of the game, John Himmelmann and Julian Driver each had 15 points for the game. EYES ON THAT BALL! "N" CLUB -NORTH'S LETTERMEN Advisers: Coaches Engelke and Kintis lst Semester Officers Znd Semester GA Qlson ,,,,,,,,,, ,,,,, ,,,,, P r esident ,.i.., .... ...... W ' . Schmidt J. Armstrong .,......,.,.. VicefPresident ..,,.,. ....,... C . Harris A. Reinhardt ...... ....,.,, S ecrctary ...... . ...... D. Schultz C. Harris ....... .. ...,, Treasurer ...,... ,,.,,.. F . Sprenz Purpose: The "NN Cluh was organized last year for the purpose of developing in the hoys at North an interest in not only athletics hut also scholarship. Time and Meetiiig Place: The second and fourth Tuesdays of each month at 8:30 a.m. with M1'. Engelke. Outstanding Events: An athletic hanquet and the school fair. "N" Club - Lettermen "N" CLUB Row 1: J. Armstrong, fl, Ulson. Nlr. Kintis, Ml'. Engelke, J. Himmrlmann, F, Haney. Row 2: A. Little. J. lioscliek. E. Ross. C. Harris. XV. Schumann. J. Masiiicai I Row 3: A. Reinhardt, E. layncs, R. Ross. l'. Schulze, F. Sprenz, S. l'laering. H. Bryant. lloxx -4: J. Drlur, XY. Schmidt, E. Dickerson, H. Sims, D, Schultz. L. Harmon. ff. Bennett. North 63 - Bay View 74 The Red Cats from Bay View lived up to their name and "pawed" the victory from North's grasp. 'The game was a nipfandftuck affair throughout the Hrst half: during that time no one of the two teams led by more than five points. In the second half the Red Cats' height advantage appeared to be the decisive factor, and Bay View slowly but surely pulled away to a comfortable lead. The Blue Devils made one more attempt to overtake them, but after a few quick baskets they were held to an even scoring pace. john Himmelmann scored four points in the first half and IR points in the second half to total 22 points for the game. North 54 - Pulaski 74 Witlm this game the 195536 basketball conf ference closed. Pulaski, which had set a new individual team scoring record, was held to only 74 by the North defense: however, it was enough to win because North was able to score only 54. Once again the Blue Devils were faced with a team superior in height, a fact which seemed to be the big factor in the victory for Pulaski. Jim Kimble was high for North with 13 points. ITS A TOSSUP! SWIM 'TEAM Row 1: F, Kidd-wi. K. liohinecr. R. Cast, Mi'. Ristow, Dickerson. vl. Bi-napartr, L. Harmon Row 2: K. Tatum, R, Row 3: M. Kiiinrner, Swimming Mr. Ristow, Coach Northside's Blue Gills finished with a good record in dual meets. North took a seventh in the City Meet and captured a sparkling third in the Little City Meet. The team's captain, Bill Rueth, not only led the team on to many victories hut broke the school's record for the mfyard and lflflfyard free style to gain even greater recognition for himself. All through the season, there was keen comf petition hetween Forbus Kiddoo and Carl Bohinger, resulting in a new school record heing set for the llifbfyard hack stroke hy Kiddoo. Our divers were excellent this year and per' formed some heautiful dives to rack up an even higher score for North, One of our hest meets was a nonfconferenee swim against Nicolet. North became the first team to win a meet in Nicolet's new pool. This proved an added hoost for the Blue Gills. Iindxseh, li. Morris, li. Corpron. D, Mackai, M. Peters, L. Tl'1vI!lLl:. NV. Rueih. A Rexnliartlt, D. Sims, R. Ritter, ql. Bonneu, D. Jackson. JUST AFTER DUNKIN' Little City Conference North 38 ..................,..... Lincoln , J North 38 ....... ...... W ashington -lv ' North 34 ...... ...... T eeh 49 North 46 .......,................ South .J North had a "SOO" average in suhurhan meets. BOYS' SWIM CLASS Row 1: T. Vogel, E. Kendrick, M. Brendel, M. Peters, R. Foley. fl. XYhlrney, L. Thomas. Row Z: D. jackson, K. Tatum, R. Endisch. C. Mueller, R. Miwrris, fl, Corpron, U. Mziekai, A. Gordon. Row 3: H. Hug, R. Gust, T. Heist, D. Dzixxydowycz. ll. Sims, R, Ritter. J. Bonnett. GYM TEAM li xx l. ll. 17:5-rl, ff' ,nh lizsrr xx, H, linker. lvl. 5qlax-.1rL:. I7, Ymls- R1-vx 1: lvl, N-llul, U Xxlrsrnftt, A, Srnlllx, l7. Sr-lnr-tl-llmn, xl. XVUdxx.u'd, lion Y: lf Shxxull. ff lin-yrustmr, ,l. Iohnsr-n. ll. Nlllr, 41, Spvilxogvl. U. Schnvll, Gym T am Mr, Ristow, Though Qompctition on chu high school luvgl has cursed, the gym tcanr ut North remains El popular sport. sspcciully so for thc hoys who PHYSICAL EDUCATION CLASS VCORKING Conch lrke rumbling. swinging on rhf rings. and other nppzrratus work. Cyrnrrasiics is the iduzrl sport for the smaller hoys, for size in gym work is Il handicap instead of an aid as in most other sports. If you would like to improve your muscularturc, hotter your coordingltion. and enjoy yourself in progrnrns. X'2lI'lCKy shows, and thc like, Qomc out for thc gym team ncxt yczxr. UP AND OVER! CROSS COUNTRY TEAM Row 1: J. jones, L. Brown, E. Thompson, H. XYilliams, D. Srhultz. ow 1: . cxlzu, I 'c ' Row 2: H. Bryant, T. Simms. R. Gilbert, C. johnson, R, Blackshlrc.,1,Smith. R PSILI CShiltz1Kml LR 1 COACH THOMPSON'S AND NORTH'S PRIDE wfc, , hudcs, XX. Nash, C. Jones. Cross Country Mr. Thompson, Coach David Schultz and Captain Reginald Gilbert led the North Harriers every meet of the season. North placed well in dual competition, winning five contests and losing two. As in past seasons, overfall depth was lacking for large meet competition. More boys out for cross country is still the great need. Emblem awards were earned by David Schultz, Reginald Gilbert, Paul Schulze, Charles Jones, Willie Nash, Roosevelt Blackshire, Howard Bryant, and Herbert Williams. North 23 ...... Juneau 29 North 24 ...... East 35 North 18 ...... Lincoln 42 North 93 ...... Washington 35, King 39, East 92, and West 126 North 31 ...... South 26 North 136 ...... Pulaski 70, King 76, Wash' ington 77, Tech 110, Bay View 125, South 136, Lincoln 186, East 199, Juneau 221, and West 289 North 47 ...... Tech 32, East 65, and West 79 TRACK TEAM Bottom Row: R. Ritter. D. Jackson, M. johnson I' imms 5 t c Wisnn ton Vanirr. C. johnson, H. Sims, A, Little ir ax or io D ict Midqltllr- Row: E. Crockett, A. Smith, A. Wu veit s Saxt Harper, C. flilhcrt. l.. Tlmnms, G. Kin ai i o it Hxrvx. M, Dent, K. Tntnin. Nevcls, N. Fri!:, 1. liurh. Top Row: Coach Thompson, L. Vwlilliamson, .I 5c ci mit x Hnloxxax J, Lewis. C. Bennet. B. F. Rhodes, XY Ca cr ni z kumhc Ftldman VC, Brooks, -l. Driver, G, Olson, D 5 hu tz I 1 lvliton foa t Marascli and Kintis. Track Mi'. Thompson, Head Coach: Mr. Kintis, Mr. Marasch, Assistants A haton is dropped in the finals of the "jour nal" Games Relay for City Schools, and 1956 track history has begun! In the Milwaukee State Relays with twenty-four schools comf pcting, North tied for second place with East and Kenosha. Four Letter mcn, Alvin Little, Willie Nash, David Schultz and Henry Sims, along with Julian Driver seemed, at the outset of the season, to he the hoys most capable of placing for the "Blue and White." On the dark side of the picture the squad was very thin as far as experience was conf ccrned. Even with much coaching and a warm spring it would, indeed, have been difficult to equal the fourth place teams of last year-Ato say nothing of approaching the championship of 1954. On the hright side, North's 'Track Team for the first time had a practice Held of its own. For the first time in years North had enough hoys out that there was a certainty of Fresh' manfSophomore squad. The enthusiasm and the numher of younger boys, along with the possihility of discovering ahility in the gym classes, indicate that future "Blue Devils" in track uniforms should give a good account of themselves. iv BASEBALL SQUAD FOR 1956 Bottom Row: O. Bennett, A, Owens, C. Jones, VV. Kramer, D. Nuufuss, T. Laird, C. Harris, U. jones, j. Bosclxek. Top Row: C. Bourn, J. Lee, C. Flcnoral, D. Handcland, 17. Heinhucli. D. Hollins. D, Moore, A. Simmons, P. Schulze. R, Ross. Coach Anderson. Coach: Mr. Anderson North has come up with a good crop of seaf soned baseball players for the 1956 season. It has nine returning lettermen from the previous season, the mound staff being led by Paul Schulze and Ronald Ross. Curt Harris has been switched into the catching position, since there is a lack of catchers. North, as picked by the local scribes, was chosen to end up in the second division. The first game against Rufus King, which was to he a title contender, proved very successful with Ron Ross pitching a fivefhit shutout, winning 6 to O. Northside has every right to expect many good things from its baseball team now playing in its third year in the City Conference. North's team has such standouts as Charles jones in cen- ter field, john Boschek at third base, David Heinbach at first base and Donald Newfuss in left field. From Coach Anderson's viewpoint the squad has very good potential and could very well be the surprise of the league. That prediction is yet to be seen as we go to press. Surely it's happy anticipation! OH TO SMACK THAT BALL! O-OfOPS! WATCH YOUR HAND! NORTH'S MOUND STAFF - 108-- TENNIS TEAM OF 1956 From Ron: M, Bernstein, R. S Back Row: Coach T.-inlay, KI. Him hit-lds. rnelmann, H. Fuller, D, Rovdcr. Coach: Mr. Temby As "The Tattlerv goes to press, Nortlfs tennis squad has yet to be defeated. Once again the squad has been led by John Himmelmann who has not been defeated since 1954. Last year John won the city Varsity singles' crown, and he placed third in the State meet held at Mani' towoc, Vsfisconsin. Dennis Roeder has not been defeated this yearg to date, he has a record of four wins and no losses. Himmelmann is again in strong contention for the singles' crown. Prospects should be fairly good for next year with returning lettermen Dennis Roeder and Howard Fuller, who have helped bring home points for the team. Results as of April 26th .Juneau 2 North 2 ....... North 3 ........ Bay View 1 North 2. . . . . .Rufus King North 3 ........ South 1 Team Rank 2 1. john Hiinmelmann, Capt. Cily Vanity Singley' C1'U1l'lZ for recom' J'll'c1igl7l year. -s 2. Dennis Roeder J. Howard Fuller 4. Bob Shields 5. Murray Bernstein 6. Neil Zilkey XVIELDING THAT RACKET FOR BEST NET RESULTS! 109 -e GOLF TEAM OF 1956 Top Row: C. Collet. F, Si z Coach Kueera, R, Whiting. Bottom Row: K. Cruel. I. Conrad. . . O Mr. Kucera, Coach This spring North Divisions athletic program was enlarged hy the addition of a golf team. Although the squad was small, the program was undertaken with great enthusiasm hy hoth the players and the eoaeh. 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