North High School - Polaris Yearbook (Sheboygan, WI)
- Class of 1946
Page 1 of 138
Pages 6 - 7
Pages 10 - 11
Pages 14 - 15
Pages 8 - 9
Pages 12 - 13
Pages 16 - 17
Text from Pages 1 - 138 of the 1946 volume:
' A .ff f 3'if'WM' if'
-fv.!i'WH ' AMW
fm w sf w, ,:WjAw
g ff Q wiv
, QVWN3 Qi?
Cx r . !,,,,ffff M
,NGA ,bww UL
PoLA RJs 19,46
ANN N Ok W, Z-c . '
W Ei i gx ff
J f ,, fi., Q,.f"
E,,,.zEA wwf- '
THE COMBINED STAFFS
or THE 1946 PoLARls Xu l
DEDICATE THIS ANNUAL EES 1
Mr. William Urban for
his record of public Service,
for his influence
as a n
educator, for his under-
standing as a friend.
Mr Frederick Muhs, Faculty Advisor
Irene de Geus, Editor -in - Chief T
mil' Nl if NNW
S M A
AI R T
S P O R T S
5' if his a,.,,,,p,
' fSl6V'i0Z 11. Qual?
Vjy' - Prdyel' A
l ALIJI' , -
Mark Them well, oh God, Those who ve Wf '
T L For whaT They knew was righT. ,
y Mark Them well, oh Lord. and saTel p T , J
J SaTely guide Them Through eTernal nighT W g 5
WWJIL LeT noT Their anguished hearTs re+eII Tor' X f
'i M44 OT a man-made hell. - T' T
, LeT noT Them see again The horror h i 1 Cf' Z T
il'-onfff Where broken bodies, maimed and re er s M
Q l'And Then are dead. I
V T 1,0 1319 VHP! T
j ff g Touch Them genTly, oh God, Those who 1
I If Birds across Thy boundless sky, I f
M9 if! ,' Who brushed so close To I-leaven's r T n ' g
A Up l"low soon, how TasT They were To d' .
1 W naVLeT noT Their hardened lips repeaT The Tales
T OT a piTiTul deTeaT. -
LeT noT Them see again The blaze oT Tire M
From haTeTul guns, bold, deTianT, Take Their Toll
And Then are silenT. j 'W
Speak To Them, oh God, Those who have marched.I,,, uw 3
The painTul, endless miles To deaTh. , ,W
who ToughT wiTh an The life They had, '+al ,ll,,.,,, V504 -
l-lope gushed ouT in one lasT breaTh.
LeT noT Their burdens, passed again, be Takeni-fljfk Y'
Up by oTher men. 0-
LeT noT Them see again The greyness oT a dawn ' nh
ThaT ushered DeaTh, cold, and hard, who pausing '
Then, leTT more liTe marred. W 1
Mark us well, oh God, Those who have sTayed
Behind To build The world anew. ,g,U,g,,, 'Q
Help us now, oh Lord, and insTill in us T
To do Tor Them, whaT They would do.
LeT noT us once TorgeT Their blood ThaT lies -,buvxo QJ M
Now mixed wiTh lowly mud. Lil
BuT leT us see again The wonders oT a peace W3 s
When man is living, sweeT and Tree, noT TorgeTTing .
l-low iT came To be. 'db' YL "k.4.Q,0, l!4.4L
3 My K lrene de Geus
ii sif zm.
W Yi 55
To The navigaTors OT The oceans The NorTh STar gives a greaT service. IT is a conspicuous sTar
in The slcy and can be seen Trom all parTs oT The hemisphere. IT is The sTarTing poinT in sur-
veying The NorThern Seas. IT gives disTance, direcTion, and Time To all who may observe
Polaris is a servanT To you. IT, Too, is a sTar wiTh a purpose. IT is a reTainer in picTure and
prinT OT your iourneyings while you were living aT NorTh T-ligh. IT conTains biTs oT hisTory,
biography, and anThropology. IT abounds in capers, gems, and wise-cracks which you ex-
ecuTed. lT is a sTore-house oT your acTiviTies, your imaginings, and TuTure possibiliTies. IT will
become The service-sTaTion oT your mind and memory. TwenTy years Trom now you will Tell your
children whaT a wonderTul record-malcer you were: whaT you did in aThleTics, in music, in arT, in
debaTe. Polaris will be The sTarTing poinT in your survey Tor TruTh. lT will reiuvenaTe your mem-
ories, as well as esTablish a True picTure oT your sTabiliTy To ThaT second generaTion. May Po-
laris remain in your vision. lvlay iT be a Thesaurus To your memory and an enioymenT To The
TuTure generaTions. NorTh l-ligh congraTulaTes The DirecTor and The sTaTT oT The I946 Polaris.
My personal besT wishes go To all sTudenTs and members oT The TaculTy.
MR. PETERSON MR. SMITI-I
MISS LORRAINE LEONARD MISS ERNA SCI-IULSE
Finally our "green" days are over, and if cerfainly is a "super" feeling. We really have
fo go back and falk over all The evenfs af which we had so much fun. The mixer sfarfed
us off righf. We came info fhe gym fhaf evening wifh queer feelings in 'rhe pifs of our
sfomachs, buf before The nighf was over, we were having as much fun as fhe upper class-
men. The Fall Dance and all fhe following dances found us fhere, being a real parf
of Norfh l-ligh af lasf. Baskefball passed, and fhen again came reporf cards! l-low
we hafed fo see fhose days roll around. Spring arrived! Nof much of our freshman
year was leff. Buf we knew we had done our besf. We had learned all fhe school songs
and cheers, and also discovered fhe rules and regulafions of Norfh. Now fhaf we have
complefed a fourfh of our high school career, we know fhaf we shall carry on fhe fra-
difions of Norfh in frue sfyle. By fhe 'rime we reach our place as upper classmen, you
will also realize fhaf we have accepfed every dufy handed fo us wifh a grave responsi-
bilify and have done our job well.
Home Room 300
Firsf Row: Jack Bohnsack, Roger Bliss, Ronald Elmergreen, Ronald Mikolic, Kennefh Do Bas, John
Cronen. Second Row: Donald Kosup, Earl Merklein, Eugene Feld, Ronald Krum, Paul l-lansen, John
Greiner, Edward Lufz. Third Row: Mr. Buckeridge, Francis Gerald, l-larold Federiwisch, Dick Quasf,
Bain MacLaughlin. Nof on picfure: George Lawrence, Alex Meyer, Wayne Launer.
Home Room 214
Firsf Row: Alice l-lorn, Delores l-lauch, Carl Lindich, Don Kaufzer, Shirley Kalk, Don Lofhes, Delores
Knopp, William Kaufmann. Second Row: Miss Mork, Shirley Herman, Ada Jung, Carol Koehn, Joan
Kroll, Dorofhy Keller, Marilyn Koehn, Arfhur Kober, l-lerrick Lauson. Third Row: Joan Knauf, Rose-
mary l'lerr. Fourfh Row: Joseph Kuchfa, Lionel Lange, William Krachf, Shirley Kohls, Marfha Knocke,
Jane l-lerriof, Helen Kraafz, Rufh Jaberg, Mary Jerabek, La Vonne Johnsfon. Nof on picfure: Imelda
Home Room 10
Top Row: Allen DePag+er, Norman Copp, Mary Lou Anhall, Zina Burreson, Edwin Berger, Marion
Schroeder, Donald Aschenbrenner, Doris Brand. Third Row: Reginald Busse, Eugene Burlcard, Richard
Bureyn, Palricia Diclcfoss, Richard Day, Shirley Bawden. Second Row: Mr. Pelerson, Roberl' Knalz,
Laverne Damrow, June Brunschrnid, Virginia Adelich, Doris Damrow, Dolores Bell, Carol Derleins,
Mildred Allwardl. Firsl Row: Herbie Schmiedel, Roger Bourrel, Kennefh Brunnbauer, Homer Eer-
nisse, Elaine Arnsl, Margarel Dohms, Anna Mae Busse, Belly Brick, Margarel' Denecke. Nor on pic-
Jrure: Alvin Boclc.
Home Room 124
Firsl Row: Carol Lofy, Mariorie Magrirz, Marion Meise, Jagueline Maas, Corrine Marold, Theodore
Mueller, Donald Parnirzlce, Roberr Mueller, Helen Grunow. Second Row: Rulh Kuehlman, Donald
Pelrers, Helen Mase, Carol Landwehr, Violel Magruder, Kalrhleen Mafzdorl, Glenn Oslergaard,
Charlolle Lehmann, Mary Jane Marlin. Third Row: Miss Hendrickson, Barbara Liclierrnan, Jerry
Meyer, Donld Luedke, Rulh Mersberger, Reuben Merlz, Joy Neumann, Dorolhy Ladwig, Bealrice
Leibham, Roland Neumann, James Murlha. Noi on piclure: LaVerne Melscher, Janel Olle, Harvey
Home Room 304
Eirsl Row: Marion Wegmann, Roger Willce, Ronald Thurslon, Rulh Berg, Carl Ysresund, Mary Jean
Wagner, Beryl Ryan. Second Row: Wilberf Van Der Puy, Eleanor Wondergem, Bercella Wierzbach,
Jaclc Verbanalz, Carol Mueller, Nancy Wedemeyer, Doris Werner, Bearrice Van Haveren, Frances
Zillner. Third Row: Miss Srewarl, Virginia Wiedemeyer, MaryfAnn Verlare, Celine EeH'erer, Elaine
Voigf, Mildred Slugarr, Keirh Thornron, Melvin Van Der Weele. Eourrh Row: Margarer Wangemann,
Donna Van Zanlen, Marilyn Van Der Vrede, Frances Van Dreese, Joyce Ver Velde, Roger Yurlc,
Lauren Wondergem, John Werner, Richard Srreel.
W , i, -2 -- -- -
Home Room 215
FirsT Row: Laverne Seyloold, Dolores SToelb, Mae Ann Schulz, CharloTTe SToiloer, Erwin SchirmeisTer,
Marion SiegerT, Marjorie Schropp. Second Row: PaTricia Dewey, Joan Smies, Darlene Senkloeil,
Carol TresTer, ClemenT Schoenborn, William Schropp, Frank SiegworTh. Third Row: PaTsy Skrener,
Elizal3eTh SToelb, Phyllis SegebrechT, Audrey Schuh, RiTa STampTl, Roger SchuTTe, Edward Schleg.
FourTh Row: AlberT STalTer, Joanne STigliTz, Delores UTTech, Gloria STielow, Joanne Schoeger, Jane
Swenson, Bill Selsmeyer, Don SchuchardT. NOT picTured: Lorranine Lequis.
Home Room 9
FirsT Row: Jerome Kalk, William Jensen, Elmer GesserT, Roger SchmidT, William l-laneman, Bill King,
Roger l-less. Second Row: John Tuchs, Lloyd l-lensel, NaThalie Fredrick, Geraldine Gessl, Darlene
Grande, Jean Fenn, Marilyn Erdmann, RuTh Elsesser. Third Row: Mr. Born, David Goldman, PaTricia
Grube, Nancy Gill, Arlene FuersT, Claudia Gerl, Priscilla Dunn, Dolores Engel, BeaTrice Gumm.
FourTh Row: Frederick FuersT, Laurence GorTer, Edwin Galorielse, RoberT l-lorwiTz, Frank GuenTher,
Ralph l-larTmann, PaTricia GodTrey, EdiTh GoTTsacker, Gladys Gehrig, Gloria Franz.
The days are pasT when we have To apologize Tor everyThing we do, which isn'T guiTe
up To The expecTaTions oT The upper-upper classmen. We can walk Through The halls in
peace now, and can even wander inTo The wrong room once in a while wiThouT hooTs
oT laughTer and shouTs oT "Freshman, Freshman!" So here we are-Sophomores. The
upper parT oT The lower. As sophomores we were represenTed in The all-school play,
and we saw quiTe a biT oT acTion in The VarsiTy FooTball games lasT Tall. ThaT's really
going some, and we Think iT's mighTy Tine. AlThough we had resolved To really buckle
down To The books This year, There were Too many inTeresTing Things To lure our ThoughTs
Trom our sTudies. OT course we didn'T do Too badly, and There's always nexT year To
Think abouT geTTing grades, so, Tor The presenT, we're saTisTied. Now we're really look-
ing Torward To nexT year when we'll be honesT-To-goodness upper classmenll
Home Room 218
Firsl' Row: l-lilda Schmidl, Carol Gverbeck, Marilyn Quasius, Gladys Melger, Vernon Oldren, Alan
Quasius, La Verne Murray, Roger Oldren. Second Row: Miss Ellingson, Marilyn Merrill, Lorraine
Paasch, Pa+ricia Nennig, Barbara Meyer, Marcella Michels, Francis Ploe+z, Erlend Peferson, Elaine
Quasius, Donald Reineman. Third Row: Roger Paasch, Rulh Merlz, Arlynn Pilling, Ediih Ollen,
Philip Roess, Denis Reinl, James Paske, Donald Paul, Jack Runsfrom. Noi on picfurez Vera Plass,
Home Room 202 -
Firsl' Row: Joyce Lienau, Shirley La Valliere, Joan Maechile, Vernelfa Krelosky, La Donna Lugg,
Delores Krepsky. Second Row: Miss Haan, Shirley Marelko, Nancy Knaus, Shirley Maas, Virginia
Lokker, Floyd Mirkes, Roger Lubach. Third Row: Roberr Markgraf, Earl Rydberg, Joan Manske,
Carol Lange, Geraldine Lubach, Marilyn McKay, Marilyn Maier, Fredrick Schloss. Fourlh Row: Don-
ald Schinabeck, Marvin Nessl, Frank Moser, John Leibham, Roger Nauschullz, Jack Nack, Roger
Mais, Norberl Leiizke, Lamar Nohl, Edward Meise.
Home Room 312
Firsr Row: Phyllis Zirrel, Lois Voelker, Mrs. Gruenwald, Allan Wesjr, Parricia Robinson, Helen Tasche,
Evelyn Wolrers. Second Row: Wesley Williams, Sranley Wasserman, George Wagner, Delores Wil-
liams, Jane Te S+roe+e, Marlha Van Emden, Eldred Lokker, Marilyn Van Sfelle, Berly Waldau, Mary
Wedemeyer. Third Row: John Weber, Conrad Zimmerman, Ar+hur Weber, John Sill, Bob Verba,
Pejrer Walker, Pal' Werner, Theodore Zieberlr, Roberr Valfz. Nor on piclure: Mary Lou Koehn, David
Palrie, Marion Vogf, Charles Wallace.
Home Room 205
Eirsl Row: Ralph Schulz, Susan Schwerin, Joyce Slarich, Rulh le Winkle, Palricia Ribbens, Belly
Spannagle, Jacguiline Schimlce, Burlon Ver Slraale. Second Row: Miss l'lron, Elmer Van der Weele,
James Van de Wege, Eleanor Schulz, Talene Timmer, Slanley Sirceli, Virginia Schaub. Third Row:
Rosella Sonnlag, Marion Schulz, Jane Schlager, lvlae Sleinbrueclcer, Arlene Van de Vrede, Gladys
Rusl, Belly Tupper. Eourlh Row: Roberl Sommer, Ralph Ver Velde, Roberl Sluelen, Wilberl Vincenl,
Bill Van Der Puy, Roberl Schmidl, Bill Sills, Leon Trimberger, Waller Sonnlag.
Home Room 104
Eirsl Row: Rinalda Csida, Bealrice Buleyn, Elaine De Bruine, Dorris Delclcer, lvlarilyn Ayers, l-lelen
Beclcer. Second Row: Shirley Brill, Marilyn Alexander, Barbara Bau, Celene Braun, Garry Allqinson,
Ann Currie, lvlary Belle Bersch. Third Row: Miss l-leman, Le Roy Boone, Clemens Barlzen, Bill Diener,
Charles Gerlce, Peler Damrow, James Bahr. Eourlh Row: Donald Dewey, Richard Burhop, Allan An-
derson, Willus Bogenhagen, Richard Alhan, Donalil De Lorme, William Day, Gaylord Schmidl, Nor-
Home Room 109
Eirsl Row: Lee Enlringer, Jerome Grobman, Kennelh Elmergreen, Dolores Gollsaclcer, Elinor Granl,
Eloyd Eisner, Nancy Garlon, Belly Diclcloss, Pal Euersl. Second Row: Bealrice l'lausre, Alice Egge-
been, Rila Raalz, Marion De Vriend, Muriel Droppers, Gisella Reinlhaler, Delores Heck, Roger Dollei,
Don l-laneman. Third Row: Mr. Thalaclcer, Roloerl Sleger, Donald Gehr, Vernon Eberhardy, Ted Gab-
rielse. Fourlh Row: William Gorler, Chrisl Gorler, Chrisl Arnold, Harold Feingold, Carllon
Schrimpl, Roger Welsch, Richard Kraus, Eugene Fenger.
Home Room 315
FirsT Row: Sharon Speclcman, Sue Eriede, Charlene Loebel, KaThleeen ConTer, Frieda MarTin, Doris
George. Second Row: Rose Marie BurlcarT, Carol Krummel, Sylvia SchardT, Marion Derlein, Virginia
l-leibel, Connie Keil, Sue ErosT. Third Row: Miss Grinde, Eunice ThornTon, Dolores Kaeserman, Mar-
gareT Dehmlfe, Joyce Lyon, Cora Klemme, Shirley Bender.
This year we were, aT lasT, upper classmen. lT doesn'T seem possible ThaT so much Time
has gone by since we were Treshmen. This year was a biT diTTerenT Trom our Two pre-
ceeding ones aT NorTh. lT was hard To geT used To The Teeling oT having only one
class ahead of us. ln The beginning oT The year we had none oT ThaT previous Teeling
oT newness. The school was becoming more and more Tamiliar, and we had no Trouble
geTTing inTo The swing oT Things. Many more responsibiliTies were ThrusT on our shoul-
ders and more oT our names were associaTed wiTh various acTiviTies. We worlced on
"The UrbaniTe," To lceep The sTudenTs abreasT oT The laTesT happenings. We helped
wiTh The Polaris, To malce iT a boolc worThy To hold The memories oT The graduaTing
class. When June rolled around and we were concluding our sTudies, we did some oT
The behind scenes worlc Tor gracluaTion.
Home Room 203
FirsT Row: Loyola Duxbury, Marion SchmidT, Jean SmyThe, Lucille l-luige, Frieda Lerch, Dolores
SchrimpT, Emma Niesing. Second Row: Bob KaTT, HarrieT Heiden, Mary Ann Thalaclcer, Janice WhiT-
Ten, Elaine Lau, Mary Ann BerTschy, Casey Wondergem, Carol Mohs, Delores Merlclein. Third Row:
George Drais, John AnholT, Dick Zagel, Donald STeindl, Donald Gehrig, VicTor GuenTher, Joan
Mahnlce, BeTTy Zimmermann. FourTh Row: Mr. Gall, John Van Loan, Bob De Young, Jim MarTin, Bob
Caan, Eugene Schneider, Dave Eehring, Don Caan, Elroy Ruppel. NOT on picTure: James Alexander,
Ann BrandT, Joan OrcoTT.
Home Room 116
Firsl Row: Palricia Kiernon, Marilyn Hendrilcse, Delores Koehn, Phyllis Raalz, June Humke, Richard
Herman. Second Row: Mr. Sielcer, Dorolhy Hollellz, Josephine Hollman, William Hollz, Roger Helm-
ing, Jack Kramar. Third Row: Shirley Kaulzer, Nannelle Quasius, Rulh Hollander, Lois Scheib, Mary
Ann Knaub, Franz Klein-Wassinlc. Fourlh Row: Chesler Karslaedl, Jim Holsen, Donald Kelller, Roberl
Kohls, Myron Holman, Roberl Koeplce. Nol on piclure: June Hilperlshauser, Marilyn Kernen.
Home Room 135
Firsl Row: Gwen Koss, Joan Hogan, Rulh Prange, Maloel Lenz, Marion Mueller, Marilyn Levy, Carol
Buleyn. Second Row: Mr. Walson, Palsy Slielow, Sydney Feldman, Paul Fox, Nancy McKinley, Carol
Niclcel, Joyce Merril, Pal Phalen. Third Row: Roger Verhage, Donald Bock, Neil Droppers, Donald
Duncan, Lola Dillrich, Richard Gier, Mark Jung, Ann Hamacheclc, Pal Holberg. Nol on piclure: Craig
Home Room 8
, i5!?2'll'.l!.'!f?!F!l.!'5'E!'.'!L91.'l'.!l7.. E7g '
Firsl Row: Florence Sloiber, Carol Sue Hayward, Belly Kallc, Lorraine Feld, Florence Berg, LaVerne
Schreiber, Gerald Ruppel. Second Row: Mr. Slovall, Doris Speclrmann, Germaine Rislenpadl, Carol
Grohskopl, Frances Morris, Doris Pape, Jo Ann Grube, Earl Fredericlcs, Vernon Harlman. Third Row:
Charles Slreel, Theodore Froechle, Edwin Landwehr, Edward Slall, Jaclc Lorenz, John Mase, John
Goedeclce, George Elsesser. Fourlh Row: Kennelh Kurlz, Sluarl While, Donald Lulzlce, Donald Schull,
Jerome Merlz, Richard Muhs, Donald Gandre, Johann Klein-Wassinlc. Nol on piclure: Gerald Hall.
Home Room 216
Firsl Row: Germaine Werner, Bernice Wilsing, Glenna La Page, Irene Leisner, James Calverl, Helen
Van Emden, Audrey Plisler, Belly Kalher, Joan Gollsacker. Second Row: Roger Neuloerl, Lillian Dek-
ker, Delores Bloechel, Janel Richey, Rulh Horwiiz, Annelle HoFFman, Ursula Schumann, Waller Pfis-
Jrer, Roger Ponalh, Miss Rose. Third Row: Vernon Posl, Shirley Walfhers, Josephine Vreeke, Palricia
Muehlbauer, Shirley Do Bas, David Wilkie, lda Kalchkey, Dorolhy Slabbekoorn, Ray Blevous, Howard
Ahl. Noi on piclure: Roberl Berg, Jack Burke, Herman Luedke, Roberl Reciherr, Edward Selke.
Home Room 206
Firsf Row: Minnie Arnold, Dolores Begalke, Diane Sluefen, Marilyn Spellel, Eva Maringer. Second
Row: Miss Kendell, Colleen Noble, Verona Ziegley Louise Willmas, Marianne Puksich, Doroihy Schei-
del, Helen Van Talenhove, Karhleen Arnoldi. Third Row: Rurh Lorenz, Audrey Kessel, Gloria Bogolin,
Barbara Baumann, Irene Gerke, Frances De Vriend, Beverly Bille. Four'rh Row: Mill'on Schullz, An
fhony Markelz, Richard Sachse, Randolph Monfgomery, John Suby, Raymond Mullin, Gilberl Usadel.
Nol' on piclurez Clarence Belus, Eugene Heller, Marion Lensen, Carol Schmidl.
Home Room 301
Firsi Row: Dorolhy Winkler, Jean Mueller, Marvin Mayer, Shirley Vogl, Grace Nevine, Marion
Deischel, Waller Richier. Second Row: Miss Oelke, Richard Zelsche, Arlhur Burkarr, Harrier Vander
Weele, June Sweeney, Donna Slielow, Fileene Ziegler, Bernice Hauch, Shirley Wilke. Third Row: Don-
ald Wood, Ray Bruder, Francis Trimberger, Margarel Pauls, Vernon Wallace, Lesler Harlmann, Darcy
Lolhes, Charles Neils. Fourlh Row: Darleen Quasius, Madeline Ribbens, Howard Brunmeier, Ivan
Loving, Donald Zimmermann, Florian Muehlbroek, Fred Lickerman, Karl Doering, Allen Gebler.
.X QW QM I
Home .Room 110
Eirsr Row: Doris Jorsch, Margarei Grade, OH'o Brarnel, Carol Schuh, Rila Heggen. Sec-
ond Row: Virginia Goebel, Shirley Zabel, Marvel Slrubbe, Eleanor Schulfz, Donna Mae
Munnik, Donald Brick. Third Row: Gerlrude Eranz, Leila Kohlg, Ellen Sjrerfen, Harold Nick,
Frederick Pelchen, Le Roy Brick, Kennerh Kellner, Owen Haack. Eourlh Row: Mlf.VJones,
Roberf Meyer, Harland Nonhof, Jacob Verhulsf, Richard Burkard, Henry Zeuner, Richard
Liezen, Earl Kneevers. Nor on picrure: Jeanefle Piaskowski.
Home Room 314
Eirsr Row: Beverly Wagner, Doro+hy Grunow, Joan Konrad, Eunice Oflren, Carolyn Rheis,
Marilyn Smifh, Lucille Sreicien, La Verne Mahnke, Jeanne Scribner, Elaine Schirmeisrer.
Scond Row: Consfance Becker, Charlolle Kressmer, Charlorfe Liebl, Mary Slubenrauch,
Janifh Eisold, Dolores Moll, Harold Branch, Berry De Back, Margarel' Ribbens, Bernard
Benrrup. Third Row: Par Pohland, William Sonnenburg, Glen Usadel,Joan Loving, Rob-
er+ Abendrofh, Connie Ter Maaf, Melba Duchow, Edward Slebir, Eugene Hildebrand,
Richard Ronk, Charles Miesfeld, Avis Verhulsr.
9 L .
X I- ,
Q. 6, H F
gm g Q
K' f, '
, ' A ,M-5
I 1 X
W ' .LN
V Aff wif'
ff 7 .Sem WS
-. , - F
I - 3 ,,-' 4 ' 5 1 - 49.. . 0, , 1 . , "
LQ H.: I I,-
Sl'1e's a familiar siie upon ner bike!
BARBER, JEAN '
"Sugar and Spice end everyilwing nice.
fl! I,-,ij ! 1. 'Z '
QW ir' l 5' f
f ' , ,
A ff 1 A J ,I
J X ll X ,lf V- if," ' .
ffff fl y 'A
If l Nui .. 17-W
AJ ENBACH, MARY ANN 1 " "fx
Dependable as a Boliva wefclmf ' I
BPRTZEN, ROBERT i
I love life.
"l-le's nol as bold as lnis slwirfsf'
"Vim, Vigor, and Vijralilyf'
. if i
AQQHENBACH, CARHA 9 -A J
A jolly laugh andbikglil red ljair.i
s Vi 'i' l-'Iii
S Ulzalcls are, her favori're."
"Wi+l1 her feel' on Jrlwe ground and her
head in 'rlwe clouds."
"Blow, Gabriel, Blowl'
I-Ier cheers are 'for
BLOECI-IEL, LE ROY
"ErIIIy, EraII, and Fragile."
she has The power of
j iff WIA,-H+-7d Lbvyvdffft M4
I MA Kc-yn.: 11.9
ER NER, BER I O ,
NorI' I'II ' Mir CI I'
iqlja GA g s angina! an a '
'll-Q-BRAND, MARY JANE
Neafness and Mary Jane Iusf seem +0
Speech is Ihe index of Ih Q
' I C,-vt-'.g,5LJP"r
.af - -
BRAUN, JANET wand, Jf
Shes a IhreaI' 'ro anyone's blues. pb
"Our Incendiary Blonde."
"KnE+ one, purl Iwo."
"C"l'1orus, "A"l:aili+y, Puncfualify.
DE GEUS, IRENE
Nice 'ro look al--even nicer 'ro lcnow.
Slwe can always 'Find somellwing +0 say.
Someone around here has +o be ser
"l-ler life is one big whirl."
DEN BOER, HOWARD
" Misclwie Jr follows lnim around.
, rf I
ir ,M .,-
deff !L"'! A
VII ' i ' Xw
- , 1 I,
,-'A "A modern Nero"
DE NY, MARIETA
You'll remember her for her charm and
v?l'r'w+ and. yyquaei. QM
DJR , R S
" all, sweet and sincere
f - iw f
DE VRIEND. JOHN X7
A wI'aiz on +I1e baskefball cou '
EISNER, LOR NM f
"Hgh vi yhea 'E
IWW I , A
DIERS, E TY JEAMYIP' y '
H ifh a s on her i and I' inIcI
in hgk .'
EIS INIER, EAW QI?
.'TI'1e Ie pw? par'ry." ,
DOTTEI, DORIS M! jx
Persisience is her mjikay ' I
ELBE, RICHARD " ' , R
I-Iis wif and Iwumqs se ne:I .
our PSP Skifs. wif, 0.
"The world is made for IaugI1+er and so
A dark senior wi+I1 a 'rwinkling eye aI-
ways greeis you wi+I1 a friendly "I-II."
kg!!-f'-f W U
,Z-wcwefzffo M Z 5 JWWM7
YOILI C5jD SSIOIIIGSS.
EVANS, D Z9 0' fldfj
Argumenfs are his speciaIi+yf3'4Q'."!
PEDERER Rowmm L?
Worlc? Where have I heavli a+ word
T ' U V 1 I I '
FUERST, ELORE KVM
" ' e reabfflgjif'
K IJ .
PM-SNK, ici-i RDW M
'Lf' l-le's al y o a + ck p his ' ve. .
,MP L SE
ebe ' e i lo + r, bul h 'II
lo ne .
"Bashful--unlil you lcnow her."
A saddle and a bridle, never find her
Small man--buf whal lung capacily!
f- f flrlu 'V'
QERKE, MELBA Y ' Uri,"
,' -' . 'l j VI
., . nlxflf' ii .,
All l WlffVWiaf ffaliwi ..,vll"iyi
. fd.-ajmyifj hw 'cj 'rl
'YI JN fig' - I V ,J
'71 .VVWI finfyxjj 'JU 1
FRIEDRICHS, JEROME M 4.
, 4, .f Q
He manages all 'rhings Well.
When he leaves lhings are ralher quiel.
QORDQN, si-HRLEY ' '25
"As nice as her smile." A
She has a smile for everyone.
Full of pep on The foofball lielol.
SRU BE, LESTER
l-le sees life lhrough lhe lenses ol a
"Quie+ and unasssuming, leur full of lunfi
GUTKIN, DELORES ju
Shes delerminecl +0 comple e ey r
Thing she unclerlahes.
Qi Qfiff "
Q 1-6'EiJEL, CHM Wo'
S a Pa+r her own.
9. i 'ff
She's always merry no maller whai ihe
,,,,.,.,,..-,i.-W--..--i---f - -- ---- -Y y
Why can? Jrhey all be salisfiecl like me?
"Swee+ and Lovely."
"Where lhere is laugh+er clelife and
lallc, you'll find l-larrielf'
l-le who is silenl, malces no mislalfe.
4 x 'N
' . N
'Q Jolly : ki X Q
. N 1 x
E X, -
"C"1.., . .li nw
, H -BETW-.J ,X Z? X , ,QQ-
sa She's s shine on a clouxy y. A ' K
5 ol 1 N
gan 9 YN A X. it
4. Ss X
HASENSTEIN, DONALIQ ' A- 1,-
l-le's gol a girl al every loc l 'QNXXL
"On slage everybody."
, liz" r '
D V "l 1. fi
, I 4. JI YY
V. - g 4, V .
yisisgf, li21fiRC?ELLA,' . i
. , mr 'it 5
t fs xlwpdesl find s,Wee+, she c'5n"r be beat
Q ' . 1. f'
. ' . , 7a , I
W '- 'J - '
f , ,
1 'A X" ' "' -
HILDEBIQANDYSFREF' -- ,
AJeacl,er'V'in qverylhine he Joes
Laugh, Clown, Laugh. X l
HUBERS, DONALD Q
Speed is his mollo.
M J .
HUIBREQTSE, MARJORIE 3- 'ff A
She's happy when plagfifngl vo ey hai ,414 I
"Ready and willing lo do her share'
He seems +o know all lhe answer-3,
"lf you hear a giggle, il's Edyl'he."
As mischievous as his blue eyes.
A big package of lauqhler, and lun.
"Ouie+ and cheerful, a loyal friend."
"In+ramurals are ner hobby."
Ouiel and sliy, buf a very nice guy!
"Worry and I have never mei."
Friendly and nice.
KAUFMANN, NANCY l '
Sl1e's quiei, byw eff she leaves you
x I '
f NN, R NALD
,bf elimes l'm vi7'i'3'e, sorneiimes l'm
ollii use. ,gli 'fry'
fri A'-V -X16
g Qfor 'rbjfiqs in a "big way".
Qi ' 'A if 5 1
.I ' we f 5
D- N , 'P O
,si-fix A ff
'53 'R '
Yflfhazdis so rare as a day willw June?
An easy-going guy wl1o's one of our
KELLNER, LE ROY
He could balance on a pin po n '
To read, To read, m kingdom for To
iii he of
M fy fag XIS. Jr MV
Full of fun and mischief foo, doing
Jrlwings lie slwouldn? do.
Happy go luclcy, carefree, qgy, Diclzg
flue one flwa+ is Thai way.
"Winsome, willful and wil'l'y.'l
A smile 'For everyone.
Her feel were made for dancingit
f y M
KRIPLEAN, NYLA , K f
"Willing hands and a ready smile." N Q
',4 ',4. lI,,.5f" W.,
KROENING KENNETH M - . J
. l uri, . 7 'i
Gladys on mysrnin . C' K in
,fruit A. 'is'
ffyii ' -in I W- i ,ii Vx
LAWN, Lois 1 -"A Li ., ff'
A quile naiure bides a pleasing IONEFSOD-
Sci'-4 N X 0-W
OLQKUCHTA, ALICE V
She muslr ea+ Wheafies W all Thai
"Laugh+er and long lashes, +ha+'s Louise.
KUEH L, PHYLLIS
A sincere friend, as nice as you will
Her acquain+ances become her friends.
. ,f .
QEIND AE CH INE
"An aggnd irl."
LEO l'l X L Ll
'M' ie ' her middle name."
V All play and no worlc malces Alan a
She always lends a hand +0 anyone she
Graaf hopes malce greal m n
Bashlul? Noi' lhal we Ifnow'
"As daring as lhe man on 'rhe flying
For a solid guy +ha+'s on Jrhe bear wilh
Quiel and inlenl on her worlc
"Her aim is To please
LU BBERS, JOHN
Big blue eyes, bubblin
Your order please!
Sherlock Holmes' rival.
A pleasing smile To g
his piano playing he'II give you a Jrreall
g I AvfZ
Full of fun llwe life of every parlyl
Always a loruglwf emarlc "
Hear +l'1a+ laugl17 Tlwalrs BFII. ,X
x X ' X
D -fi bb jf!! Af" "
Qmyki 5 J X-P' of J
Qy Qqllel andxlifassumbwo gal.
epl on and on.
of eaclw makes
ff W fill s
l 'r e s e l be a good lrienol
K all 4,
Come Joseplwnne on my flying maclwinef'
Jolces plus smlle equals Milf.
Her ladder of life will be climbed wilh
NECH MK ,JAMES
, 1 erm ticgnlan belief beware!
M LLE , DELORES
Twinlcling eyes, a dancing s+ep."
"A H+ b dl if w f ,
W FE. e un, jvYi.5' ee
5, 'C y 5 ,WJ -C-
4?ff,,,:1q,ng M6 Q jf.,
MUELLEQQAHILBERT Ziff,-F, -fy
Wlwal would flue Urbanile be wiill
Tl'1ere's room for all in l'1is car and in
l'1lS lwearf. Q? , - I 'Qkff ,inf :Q
ki ltrfK,f:'if' 3 k ' '
X 'z' 'flflfff f J
ear an S ' Z es ll'
Wavy IIUQ ey ,a pa c
all flue gals and guys!
NOHL, JACKSON i
l-lelll iolce, lauglw and wlwislle luis way
NMA , RTIN
WY . . .
-l ighl 5 n Hung lo do wil my lun!
xl , Q X
lwile ere' +l1ere's ho el
No one knows The greal heighfs she
A shy grin wilh a lol behind il.
OOSTDYKE, WILLIAM '
He looks shy buf we'know bellerl
Acfions speek louder Than words, she
has plenly of bofh.
She makes living worlh while.
"The king's iesler couldnur lop Eve."
You wonll' know much abouf her, buf
you know you'll like her. '
POTTHAU RST, HEBERT
Many horns have since been blown, buf
nof wilrh The sound of his barifonel
PEISTER, A KYNS-L .
"She reefs you wifh er dimples."
PRAN E, NORMAN '
l-le cheers us fo viclory.
Wriling poems, plays and slories will
bring her lame and many glories
SS GS GFS GS
RIESZPW BETTY F
i UW! 9 Ml
XU S, RION i of
1' always a guiclc reply. if
71 ll p
A ar fu raipfvand uj n
oufxsr, ARTHUR W
Wilh his leadership and scholarly ways
you'll remember him To lhe end of your
l"le lcnows fhe secrel of lhe swilch
'll saw Elmer lirsl'.'l
"Soi+ness ol smile indicales sollness ol
. ll Judy's around, you'll hear her.
RYAN, BEVERLY -
A quief nalure hides a pleasing person-
4 IQ '
-I .f ,gf -'wi-14 'if
.I SAYRE, ROBERT' so-'I .4 4 -75"
. if-lf, , 9 1'
l-Ie'll Iell you a iolce or Iallc for awhile,
buf you can hear his laugh for a mile.
Almosr as dark as her Soulh American
Hlviasler of lhe lcey board."
Thahs right l-lold if. l'r'll will loe over
in a flash. M
H-gl. M llvungl -k'rrwaq,p.-stvt-4:
, , f 1' 'x
I f 'I ,
"LiI"rle John Barrymoref
Le+'s have fun!
The red of his hair does noi' slop him
from making friends.
Blond, Friendly, and Frolicsome.
l.ilce an., Afom--quife explosive!
"Everyone agrees, she's indispensable
as a friend."
SCI-lULTZ, CAR -
Her sense of humor is
Teasing holds many charms for him!
"Quie'r, buf friendly." GJ:
T , J 1,
She has a friendly smile for everm
The cenfer of afiraclion a+ a dance.
All The money of This age, wouldnf
equal The excilemenl of The slage.
Brighl smile n pleasing Trails.
A Tounlain of bubbling Tun.
. Q Sy
s E as xl
i J 5 V
SEIGEL, ROBERT f
iooffg, Today! f ' A, "
, el" yb.PA', .'ug?..l4, A:--fi.
swemsom, JOHN T V f , f'
' QV,,n.'fff fff - 7,44-,,2l,ff.,,
I . i X
t 1 . ,, :.-.
. ,, 4 ana. v "
TE WINKLE, ALVIN
l-le's goT saTan in his eyes! ' Q
VANDE GUCHTE, BERNARD
l-lis wavy hair is The envy oT all The
THIELE, LA VERNE
"LoTs oT Tun, and preTTy Too."
VANDE VREDE, IRVING
FooTball is his specialiTy.
A liTTle engine, louT wiTh loTs oT power.
So give Three cheers and one cheer
more, she lcnows whom we're rooTing
One oT Those Triendly people The world
couldn'T exisT wiThouT.
', VQQLARQSQA I rip
X wsvwgiof The 13665, en she's
ounol. 1 '
ft yi V J
QSM? bxfxiggimifpaclcage oT Tun.
'ii ,W 3
jyirlfli YOGT, ROBERT
l"le's quieT as a mouse buT his laughTer
,' is everywhere!
.I ,, ,Lf V,
fl Y if T' f'
. -A 3: . f u
. , j!S4l1e1flc'nbws To malce friends ancl
' ,J R l:'e'ep Jrlfuem. U
:W ,-f. . l
WESZEL, MAY JEAN
Silenl, sialely and serene
VVALKER, BETTY JANE
A big smile and a big lwearl.
A ballerina on ice
WELCH, BETTY JANE
Her lauglifer malces our lwearls happy.
A prelfy face commands allenlion.
" ' ui , u b ell
-ffifflul Iliff uf!
.'-pm, 7, I
iff'-f .flrtlhfy SLT' +107
Wifi W ,
ave you lwearcl Hwis one?
Science is her world of wonder.
"Like a coke, sI1e's peppy, sparkling
and gives you a IiH."
ZI MM ER MAN, DOROTHY
Ouief, Iour IuII of smiles.
BIue's Iwer color wi+I1 pIen+y of "Navy"
WONDERGEM, LA VERNE
A pre++y face, and a riafural grace.
IN THE SERVICE
I JACK ROERNER
TaIIc--an unnecessary medium.
PFIUIGFIS ir1I4 runs in Iiis IoIoocII
David Evans, Arf Quasl, Barbara Mueller, Delores Fuerslr
j,.-.,,fA ri' ,LL Y LMA
C L A S S E S
AlThough This is our TirsT peace-Time year aTTer world war Two, classes in TorTy-Tive and TorTy-
six were no diTTerenT Trom Those oT oTher years. The mosT noTiceable diTTerence oT any kind
This year was The decreased amounT oT Time allowed beTween classes. SomeTimes The siTuaTion
became so acuTe ThaT sTudenTs dropped books and digniTy To dash inTo a classroom. Chem-
isTry sTudenTs conTinued To gaze absenT-mindedly inTo Bunsen burners and dream oT becoming
a TwenTieTh cenTury PasTeur or Madame Curie. LaTin classes, according To cusTom, duTiTully
declined and coniugaTed. Spanish classes planned To use Their Sheboyganese masTery oT The
language in posT-war Trips To Mexico and SouTh America. FuTure homemakers learned To
A U T O G RA P HTS
AQAAQ - .
J!-!,,g,4 ,Q,5Cf'-.ffxf'1'.ifZ'f'. MZWWT
" - rf Mic s cc M-fwfr ffeww MAJ! X '
sew, and oThers, along wiTh several boys preparing Tor bhazhelor-hgi, sTudied The Tine arT oT
cooking. Compasses and proTracTors were kepT dusT-Tree and shiny wiTh consTanT use in The
GeomeTry classes. Advanced MaTh and Physics shook The cobwebs ouT oT The more ambiTious
sTudenT's minds. ExcepT Tor The subiecT maTTer, mosT classes are alike. You can be sure ThaT
every class conTains a Tew sTock Types. For example, every class conTains a leader. There is
always one To whom The work comes easily and eTTorTlessly..l-le is The one who does his assign-
menTs wiTh such grace and accuracy ThaT his Tellow sTudenTs never Tail To be amazed. There is
always one who is very quieT and shy, probably she siTs direcTly opposiTe you, buT you would
never know she's There unless she accidenTly sneezes. In all probabiliTy There is a dreamer in
every class also. While The Teacher and class are landing aT PlymouTh Rock wiTh The pilgrims,
he is Tar ahead, on a horse oT his imaginaTion. scouTing Tor Indians. The arguer is anoTher one
who never Tails To Turn up in every class regardless oT iTs size. Every sTaTemenT To him is a
basis Tor argumenT, and he nearly chases The Teacher ouT oT her mind. l-le's never happy unless
he's on The wrong end oT a dispuTe and causes no end oT TumulT in a classroom. Long aTTer we
have graduaTed we will discuss our classes and classmaTes.
His qreelings are as loud as Ifibvy.,
MR. KONRAD I
When if rains, il pours Iesls.
His humor liqhlens our chemis-
As conscienlious as Ihey come.
His poolcs and papers seem Io
keep him occupied.
HISTORY cmd SCIENCE TEACHERS
I 7' L i
. ii I
The sludenl council adheres Io
her good counsel.
A man's besl friend is his pipe.
Hislory and Science
Any new addresses for our
You won'I find her hoslel.
His slories slarlle his sfudenls.
Hislory in every cenlury.
Hey pregun+a?I Buenol
M ISS PRESCOTT
I-Ier heIpIuI smIIe shines Ihrough
our hazy Iranslahons.
ENGLISH ond LANGUAGE TEACHERS
Miss HENDRICKSQN I
I-Ier sense of organizahon is Ihe
energy behind Ihe Urbanne.
She's good adverIIsennenI Ior
Ihe pep cornnniffee.
She Iives In a whirI OI scrIpIs
and grease paint
MISS VAN DRIEI.
I-Ier IeweIry Iascinelres us all.
Mai Gui! She Ieaches EngIish
A Thespian in Ihe Iirsf degree.
I-Ier pIeasanI personaIiIy is hard
MR. A. JONES
a variely of many
a com Iishrnenls and boogie
ol his balon and Ihe
I Masler ol Ihe brush.
Tanlalizing aromas draw us Io
Prelly and popular wilh all.
MUSIC, ART, HOME ECONOMICS and SHOP
I-Ie helps us Iceep our ialopies
I-Ie climbs more slairs Ihan any-
one in INI.I-I.S.
The man behind The scenes
I-Ie lives on prinIer's ink.
Mallw and mail Iceep Iier quile
MR. M. PETERSON
Whal would Ioolball be willi-
oul our famous Red?
I-Ie iusl lives riqlwlr and enioys
I'Ier abilily is noi measured by
SIie's noi slworllianded in Iyp-
Give Iwim a "Rod and Reel" in
"Field and SIream" and Iie'II be
A piano responds Io lier Iouclw
as quickly as a Iypewriler.
Don'I walclw your Iingersl
Walclw 'flue boolc.
MATHEMATICS, COMMERCIAL and LIBRARIANS
Our index Io Ilwe library.
A big smile and a pleasing per
sonalily are I1ers.
. ! '
GYM TEACHERS ond MAINTENANCE
Jusl call me slworly.
A real "he-man" in slworfs.
Theres a lol of lun slaclcecl in
This lowering frame.
SI1e's The girls' muscle builder.
MR. DEN BOER
Presiding: Fred Hildebrand, SecreTary: Beverly Ruppel. FirsT Row: Laverne Schreiber, Thelma Pekelder,
Eleanor SchulTz, Ada Jung, Jane Swenson, RuTh Berg, Joan MaechTle, Mary Belle Bersch, Eugene Burkard, Casey
Wondergem. Second Row: Howard Brunmeier, Fred Pelchen, Eugene Goebler, Clarence BeTus, Clarence Res-
nick, AnTon Sirceli, BeaTrice Hauser, Shirley KauTzer, RoberT Siegel. Third Row: Donald Luecke, Diane Gruhle,
DoroThy Zimmermann, Erlend PeTerson, ArT Liebl, Mary Lou Koehn, Virginia Heibel, Harold Federwisch,
RoberT PToTenhauer. FourTh Row: Marion Quasius, Mary STubenrauch, Frank GuenTher, Lyman Lyons, James
FIRST SEMESTER COUNCIL
The gavel sounds, and a hush Talls over IO3 as The presidenT opens The council meeTing. The
council oT NorTh High School is Tounded Tor The main purpose oT deciding viTal problems,
and discussing any maior complainTs or criTicisms ThaT The sTudenTs Teel imporTanT enough To
discuss. The councillors and The alTernaTes are elecTed by Their respecTive home rooms and
are Then placed on various commiTTees. The commiTTee chairmen, TogeTher wiTh The school
presidenT, secreTary, and Their advisor, Miss ScoTT, meeT once a week and voTe on various
Topics. They are called The ExecuTive Board, and are kepT exTremely busy. The council elecTs
boys To visiT The Kiwanis and RoTary clubs. The diTTerenT collecrions oT Tunds Tor special drives
are sTarTed in The council, and also The meThods To be used on These drives are suggesTed.
OTher equally imporTanT iTems are also broughT up in The council. Again This year The council
elecTed delegaTes To go To Madison Tor The annual sTudenT council convenTion. This year, as
in previous years The council has underTaken a maior Task, The all-school-evenT. Special com-
n'1iTTees were appoinTed, and The enTire evenT Turned ouT successTully. The plan was an all-
school carnival in which The big show in The audiTorium and The smaller side shows were To be
The crowning poinTs oT The evening. CongraTulaTions should be given To every sTudenT and
member oT The TaculTy who pooled Their eTTorTs and produced This greaT Triumph. AnoTher
issue was ThaT oT The dance regulaTions. CommiTTees Tormed Trom each oT The Two high
schools meT and Tinally decided early in The year ThaT NorTh and CenTral would each inviTe
The oTher school To Two separaTe dances. Thereby allowing Tour joining school dances and by
doing This each school would be allowed Two exTra dances during The school year. The council
OT nineTeen hundred and TorTy-Tive To TorTy-six have done a very commendable piece OT
work. All The councillors deserve a hearTy round oT applause and a Tew cheers slipped in
for carrying on Ihe Iradilions of Norlrh High School in Ihe line manner which Ihey dis
played. Norlh High is exceedingly proud of ils council Every slrudenl who enlers
Norlh High School realizes Ihe imporlanlr rolo 'rheir councillors play and if you are
selecled as councillor, malce sure Ihal you carry oul every Iaslc assigned Io you Io Ihe
besl of your abilily.
Mariela De Ny, Mary Ann Allen-
laach, Lois I.aII'in, Dorolhy Zimmer-
mann, Miss Grinde
Marlin Smilh, Joan Maechlle, James
Herman, Diane Gruhle, Miss Elling-
son, Harrier Heiden
Shirley Kaufzer, Anfon Sirceli, Helen
Van Emden, Audrey Plisler, Mary
Slubenrauch, Ada Jung, June
Hurnlce, Mary Belle Bersch, Fred
Pelchen, Casey Wondergem
IT anybody has To be original, Think
hard and TasT consTanTly, iT's The Pep
CommiTTee. Some rouTine duTies oT
The commiTTee are wriTing skiTs, sell-
ing colors, and planning pep pro-
grams. Planning a pep program
means geTTing The microphone, work-
ing wiTh The sTage crew, obTaining
The Pep Band, borrowing The cheer-
leaders, eTc. The highlighTs oT The
year Tor The Pep CommiTTee was The
TooTball homecoming game. The
members oT The commiTTee senT in-
viTaTions To The alumni, planned a
bonTire, and The inTermission pro-
gram aT The game.
WAR COM M ITTEE
AlThough The war is over, The war
commiTTee sTill is as busy as ever.
Miss MargareT GriTTiTh's Two war
commiTTee clubs help wiTh The iobs
oT promoTing sTamp and bond sales
and sending The UrbaniTe To service-
men every week. This year They have
promoTed The purchase oT Tour hos-
piTal uniTs in The VicTory Loan Drive
and will receive plaques Trom The
governmenT Tor Their work. A spe-
cial supplemenT oT The UrbaniTe was
senT aT ChrisTmas Time To all NorTh's
This group has charge oT The LosT
RuTh Berg, Thelma Pekelder, Ar-
Thur Liebl, David BaTzner, Miss
and Found deparTmenT, aTTer-school
movies, gaTe moniTors, and ushers
Tor The audiTorium. VisiTors desiring
To see The school are Taken in hand
by The commiTTee. This year The
service commiTTee has Taken charge
oT The UniTed NaTions cloThing, book
drives, and ChrisTmas BaskeT Fund.
NorTh can Thank The AudiTorium
CommiTTee Tor iTs varied programs
and assembly periods. IT is Their duTy
To Take charge oT The programs
every Friday, choose Lyceum speak-
ers, and conTacT The oTTice and sTage
crew. They also provide a sTudenT
chairman Tor each assembly.
The social liTe oT NorTh is capably
Taken care oT by The Social Com-
miTTee. The aTTracTive decoraTions
aT The school dances and The inTer-
missions are planned by This commiT-
Tee. Those aTTer-school parTies Take
planning, Too, and The Social Com-
miTTee is The one who puTs on iTs
Thinking cap. Taking charge oT The
elecTion oT The king and queen Tor
The ice-skaTing parTy is anoTher ac-
TiviTy oT This commiTTee.
Someone has To Teed us aT our social
evenTs and someone has To Take care
oT The money ThaT comes in Trom selling The concessions. These Two imporTanT iobs belong
To The Einance CornmiTTee. I2eTreshmenTs are sold cluring noon hour, aTTer school, ancl aT
The TooTbaII and basI4eTbaII games. The members oT The commiTTee Take Turns selling.
I-Iere's The commiTTee ThaT publicizes games,oIances, and all NorTh acTiviTies To encourage
sTucIenT aTTendance. They Talce care oT The Trophy cases, all signs ancl noTices in The bulle-
Tin oT social evenTs. A special eTTorT was puT in This year on The Souvenir programs made
Tor The NorTh-CenTraI game. The PubIiciTy CommiTTee can be proucl oT Their achievemenTs
STancIing: Gloria Leonarcl, I-Ier-
berT Schmiedel, Donalcl I.udI4e,
Dolorse Mueller. SiTTing: Marion
Deischel, Bob Siegel, Eleanor
Eugene Gebler, I-Iowarcl Ahl,
Clarence BeTus, Phyllis Kuehl,
SiTTing: Ann I-Iarnacheclc, RoberT
PToTenhauer, Clarence Resniclc.
STanding:, James Nechamlcin, Bill
Selsmeyer, ArThur OuasT, Jane
Swensen, PaT Pohland.
Firsl Row: June Bassewilz, Gladys Melger, Pal Fuersl,
Second Row: Rosella Sonnlag, Vera Plass, Sharon
Speckman, Belly Dickloss, Pal Kernin. Third Row:
Faye Allenbach, Marge Huibreglse, Belly Boneck,
Sue Friede, Sue Frosl, Elaine Quasius, William l-lollz.
Fourlh Row: Lillian Dekker, Eunice Ollen, Marge
Ribbens, Pal Nennig.
Firsl Row: Lois Scheib, Marion Deischl, Joan Oswald, Sue Frosl.
Second Row: Gladys Melger, Barbara Meyer, Elhel Dekker.
Third Row: Vera Plass, Mariorie Ribbens, Edilh Ollen, Belly
Dickloss, Pal Robinson. Fourlh Row: Eleanor Schullz, Pal
Fuersl, Sharon Speckman, Bob Siegel, Bill l'lollz, Donald Luedke,
Firsl Row: Marilyn Merrill, Barbara Meyer, Roselle
Sonnlag, Pal Fuersl. Second Row: Lois Scheib, Belly
Boneck, Gloria Leonhardl, Marion Deischl. Third Row:
Mariorie l-luibreglse, Joan Gswald. Fourlh Row:
Rally Robinson, Ardele Sessler, Delores Fuersl, Marion
This year brings lo a close lhe aclivi-
lies ol lhe War Commillee which
have been carried on lor lhe pasl
Tour years. Lilerally hundreds ol
sludenls have parlicipaled in ad-
dressing and mailing cards, lellers,
and Urbaniles lo servicemen, wriling
bullelin announcemenls, keeping lhe
honor roll up lo dale, cooperaling in
clolhing and scrap drives, and pro-
moling lhe sale ol slamps and bonds.
The lolal amounl ol money laken in
lor slamps and bonds has amounled
lo El3I38,32l.7O. The War Commil-
lee linked lhe home lronl lo lhe
ballle line and a greal deal ol credil
should go lo Miss Margarel Grillilhs
who did an admirable iob in being
lhe lacully sponsor lor lhis club.
Presiding: Marvin Luehrs. l:irsT Row: Elaine Quasius, Joan MaechTle, Charlene Loeble, Ray Bevins,
Francis Trimberger, David BaTzner, Fredrich Hildebrand, Joyce Neese. Second Row: Barbara Bau-
man, Marion Ouasius, Elinor GranT, Anna Mae Busse, EdiTh GoTTsacker, Helen Mase, Ada Jung,
Marjorie Schropp. Third Row: DoroThy Zimmerman, Shirley Gordon, CharloTTe Liebl, Richard Greuel,
HerberT PoTharsT, Richard Muhs, Miss ScoTT. l:ourTh Row: Clarence BeTus, Bob Kay, Dick Landgrali,
Bob Siegel, James SchaTTer, Glen Reiss, George Wagner. FiTTh Row: Leon Trimberger, John Werner,
Bob De Young, James McCarThey, Mark Jung.
SECOND SEMESTER COUNCIL
"Bang, bang, bang" and, aTTer These Three raps Trom The gavel oT school presidenT
Marvin Luehrs, The weekly meeTing oT The second semesTer sTudenT council was under
way. These meeTings were held in The CreaTive ArTs Room llO3l and resulTed in many
imporTanT decisions oT beneTiT To The sTudenTs, The school, and The communiTy. One oT
The Things NorTh sTudenTs will remember Tor years To come is The carnival "A Thousand
and Two NighTs." This carnival required a greaT deal oT preliminary work and planning
by The Council. Besides The main show in The audiTorium, There were TiTTeen sideshows
requiring The work oT approximaTely Tour hundred and TiTTy people. AnoTher imporTanT
proiecT underTaken and successTully compleTed by The second semesTer council bene-
TiTecl every sTudenT in our school, in CenTral, and sTudenTs who will aTTend These schools
in The TuTure. When TheaTer raTes were raised above The amounT which sTudenTs were
able To pay, a commiTTee was appoinTed by The school presidenT To meeT wiTh The man-
agers oT The Sheboygan and Rex TheaTers. This was Tollowing by meeTings in which
represenTaTives Trorn SouTh Side Junior High School and CenTral High School parTici-
paTed. These meeTings resulTed in a sTudenT raTe Tor movies considerably lower Than
ThaT which had been charged. STudenTs can now aTTend movies Tor l4c below adulT
prices aT The maTinees, and l5c below adulf prices in The evenings. A new Dance Reg-
ulaTions CommiTTee was appoinTed in an aTTempT To seTTle This guesTion which has been
leTT dangling since The birTh oT NorTh High School. The quesTion oT changing The award
sysTem was considered by This council. The music deparTmenT, sTage crew, and pro-
iecTion sTaTT TelT ThaT They, Too, should receive some recogniTion in The Torm oT an
award. A TaculTy and sTudenT commiTTee considered This maTTer aT greaT lengTh.
During The second semesTer beTTer council reporTs were given in The Home Rooms by
Their councillors. School oTTicers visiTed The various home rooms To hear The council
reporTs and, conseguenTly, The reporTs were more Thorough and compleTe. This coun-
cil Took care oT all maTTers concerning The sTudenTs oT NorTh in addiTion To Those maTTers
lisTed above. ln The second semesTer There was much work To be done and The council-
lors did iT To The besT oT Their abiliTy. This was one oT The mosT successTul semesTers in
NorTh's hisTory, one oT which we can all be proud. Much crediT belongs To Miss Ber-
nice ScoTT, TaculTy advisor. lT is Through her excellenT guidance ThaT NorTh has had such
excellenT sTudenT governmenTs.
alT'33j""" I A
, mxmyga, ,Q V,
T if A , T T Y
431291: , .
2 in L: ,, T -:,v ii 2 if in
if-""f',:'5,T"f,,.,,? r sr 'WT
EdiTor-in-ChieT Irene de Geus Camera STaTT
l.es Grube Lloyd SchmiTT
WiTh The Theme OT The pOsTwar world, The Polaris sTaTT, under The guidance OT Mr. Frederick
lvluhs, worked hard To Turn ouT The new I9-46 Polaris. New? WhaT's new abouT iT? Well, Take
a good gander aT your yearbook. l.eT's sTarT wiTh The clOTh cover. The Polaris never had a
"coaT" OT clOTh beTOre. Why yes, The book is longer TOO. And look aT all The picTures. JusT
abouT every evenT is phOTographed and even many assembly programs. Have you seen The
spOrTs secTiOn? lT's much larger Than iT ever was in The pasT. An overwhelming group OT sTu-
denTs Turned ouT To produce The Polaris. The club cOnsisTed OT ThirTy-six members, buT a large
number OT sTudenTs also conTribuTed Their Time and eTTorT To The book. STeps were Taken To
make The business end OT The book more eTTecTive. Accompanying The adverTising sOliciTOr's
speech, The prospecTive adverTiser was shown The ad he had in The Polaris lasT year. I-Ie Then
had The choice OT making up a new ad or having The same ad reprinTed. One OT The mOsT
pleasanT duTies OT The business sTaTT comes on The lasT day OT school when They disTribuTe The
BeTTy Walker, lv1arieTa De Ny, Joyce
Neese, DoroThy Zimmermann, Barbara
Mueller, Dolores WOIT, BeTTy STahl, I-larrieT
Joan PTisTer, Dolores GuTkin, Lida Puls,
JO Anne PeTers, Avis VerhulsT, lvlary Jane
Brand, Sophie Lerch, Donald I-lubers, Har-
rieT Verlare, Marvin Luehrs.
Businegs Shag lvlr. Frederick lvluhs, Adviser
l.orene Eisner, Nyla Kriplean, Craig Johnson
Tinal annuals To The home rooms. Perhaps you've been admiring The large pen and ink draw-
ings on The Tly sheeTs. The arT commiTTee worked exTensively To have more arT work in The
book. IT you were sTill aT school around 6:00 P. M. on cerTain days, you mighT have seen
some happy, Tired girls come Trudging ouT oT 205. They were Typing arTicles Tor The Polaris.
'Who's This?" "Oh, l know him, buT l can'T Think oT his lasT name." Such is The plighT oT The
index group. BUT, They did iT. The members oT The liTerary sTaTT scraTched Their heads, and
pulled many a hair Trying .To wriTe arTicles ThaT would be enioyable reading. No maTTer where
you wenT around school, you were bound To see The camera sTaTT phoTographing everybody,
and iusT abouT everyThing. DespiTe all The arT work, wriTing, and picTures, There is sTill some
space leTT Tor your Triends To Till in wiTh sweeT noThings. We hope you will enioy This year's
Polaris, and may iT be a pleasanT memory Tor The seniors.
Mary STubenrauch, Richard Elbe, Nancy
Kaufman, Adele Koepsel, Rosemary Hogan,
l-Telen Van Emden, Arlynn Pilling, JaneT
Braun, Rosalind VollraTh, Diane Gruhle,
Elaine Quasius. NOT on picTure: Carol
SchulTz, Shirley Gordon, Phyllis Kuehl
T:irsT Row: T'lilberT Mueller,
John Suby, Wally PTisTer.
Second Row: Sophie Lerch,
ArT QuasT, Connie Ter
MaaT, Casey Wondergem,
"The UrbaniTe says There's no school Friday!" "Did you read whaT iT says in The UrbaniTe abouT
Lorrie?" "The scoring sTaTisTics loolc beTTer in Today's UrbaniTe." Remarks such as These
could be heard ThroughouT The school every Thursday aTTer The 3:36 bell had rung. Full oT
general school news, sporTs columns, inTeresTing TeaTure sTories, and gossip, The UrbaniTe was
disTribuTed To subscribing s+uden+s every Thursday aTTernoon. Copies were also mailed To
several hundred servicemen and service women who had aTTended NorTh. The UrbaniTe was
named in honor oT Principal William Urban and is sTill a growing and developing organizaTion.
Though iT had appeared in pasT years as a bi-weekly, This year The UrbaniTe made an appear-
ance every weelc. Through The developmenT oT adverTising, six To eighT page ediTions were
possible, and There was a sTeadily increasing number and varieTy oT phoTographs and arT cuTs.
Led by l'lilberT Mueller, ediTor-in-chieT, and Connie Ter MaaT, Wally PTisTer, ArT QuasT,
Sophie Lerch, and Mariean WinTer, The news, TeaTure, sporTs, and make-up ediTors and The
business manager, The excellenT sTaTT showed enough selT-reliance and responsibiliTy To elimin-
meier, Evelyn PoTTer, Doris
Speclcman. Second Row:
Darlene Quasius, Lorraine
PaslceT, Ray I-lendriclcse,
James Alexander, Dennis
Gonering, Ralph LuTz, Joyce
Lyons, Delores Kaeserman,
FirsT Row: Mariorie Brun-
SeaTed: Mary Ann AlTen-
bash, Jo Anne Mahnke,
Charmaine Moll. STanding:
Charlene Loebel, Connie
Becker, Mary Jane Brand,
Jo Anne PeTers, Fred Lick-
ermann, Delores GuTkin,
Ann l-lammacheck, Mabel
Lenz, Ted Gabrielse, Dolores
Mueller, Janice Lindeke.
aTe much oT The inTerrupTion oT Their classes by The UrbaniTe advisors, Miss Dolores Hendrick-
son and Mr. David A. Bensman. STudenTs had various moTives Tor desiring To obTain a posiTion
on The UrbaniTe sTaTT. Many OT Them worked Tor The UrbaniTe To obTain a beTTer knowledge
oT journalism in hopes Thaf They mighT Tashion a iournalisTic career Tor Themselves. Some re-
garded working on The UrbaniTe as a hobby, while oThers did Their iobs on The paper Tor The
wriTing and business abiliTy They would gain, Though noT Tor The Tield OT iournalism. All OT The
sTudenTs beneTiTed a greaT deal Trom Their asso ciaTion wiTh The UrbaniTe by gaining valuable
experience in working wiTh Tellow sTudenTs and wiTh communiTy business people. Those sTu-
denTs Taking prinTing gained excellenT vocaTional Training by prinTing The enTire UrbaniTe in
The school shop. An inTegral parT oT school liTe preparing sTudenTs associaTed wiTh iT Tor
useTul consTrucTive lives, The UrbaniTe is sTill growing. New ways are sTill being Tound To make
iT a more eTlicienT organizaTion, one reason why alumni, TaculTy, and sTudenT body are Truly
proud oT Their paper.
SeaTed: Gwen Koss, George
Drais, Marcella Heibel, BeTTy
Spannagle, Rose Jahsf,
STanding: Delores SchrimpT,
Mary Ann AlTenbach, Har-
rieT Hanson, Avis VerhulsT,
Virginia T-leibel, Marilyn
McKay, Joan MeTzdorT.
Helen Wiedeman, Gloria Leonard, Shirley WoellerT, HilberT Mueller, William Beringer, Miss Marie Van Driel, Irene
de Geus, Fredrich Hildebrand, HerberT PoTTharsT, MarieTa De Ny, DoroThy Zimmermann, Ardelle Sessler. NOT on
picTure: Diane Gruhle.
NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY
One oT The goals Toward which any ambiTious
high school sTudenT can sTrive is elecTion To The
organizaT?on known as The NaTional Honor So-
cieTy. In order To become a member oT This
group a sTudenT musT be in The upper TiTTeen
percenT oT his class if a senior, or The upper
Tive percenT if a junior. Members are selecTed
on The basis oT These Tour qualiTicaTions: schol-
arship, characTer, leadership, and service, by
members oT The TaculTy who have had Them in
class. In appreciaTion oT The high example They
seT Tor The school, members oT The socieTy are
given a Tew special privileges such as being al-
lowed To enTer The' building any Time aT noon
and To go To The library wiThouT a pass. The
eleven members meeT once a monTh in The hos-
pi+aIi+y room, and under The leadership oT Their
presidenT Fred Hildebrand and Their TaculTy
sponsors Miss PrescoTT and Miss Van Driel, dis-
cuss The business aT hand and Then enioy a
pleasanT social hour. Among iTs oTher varied
acTiviTies The socieTy enTerTains CenTral's Na-
Tional Honor SocieTy aT a Tea and also gives a
Tea Tor The new members and Their parenTs
early in spring. As iTs name suggesTs, The Na-
Tional Honor SocieTy aTTempTs To give de-
served meriT To Those sTudenTs who have made
The mosT oT Their high school opporTuniTies by
living up To The Tour principles upon which The
organizaTion is based.
The Senior Hi-Y has worked hand in hand wiTh
The Y. M. C. A. The pasT years, and has Taken
an acTive parT in The success oT iTs TuncTions.
Because oT The eTTorTs oT The Hi-Y and Tri Hi-Y
council, The "Y" dugouT was esTabIished and
has become The mosT popular me'eTing place
Tor high school sTudenTs. The viTal parT OT The
club's program is iTs parTicipaTion in school
and communiTy proiecTs. The club donaTed
combined eTTorTs and abiliTy in producing sev-
eral skiTs Tor The sTudenT body's enioymenT.
Probably The club's mosT enTerTaining conTri-
buTion was The "HaresTooT" presenTed in The
all-school evenT Three years ago.
The Tri Hi-Y is made up oT Senior girls who are
acTive in all phases oT school acTiviTy. Indivi-
dually They Torm members oT The senior class:
collecTively They are a group Trying To help
Themselves Through organizaTion. A program
oT speakers is arranged To insTrucT The girls To
acquire an adul+ viewpoinT. Under The leader-
ship and guidance oT Their advisor, Miss Grinde,
They plan TuTure acTiviTies, including one or Two
proiecTs Tor The beneTiT oT The school or The
Pi CA no plnfe!m.,,,,,4,fw3!!e!2ez7e-sa,
Firsl Row: Ronald Kaeserman, Roberl' Sa+re, Anfhony Ivlunnich, Andrew Schmidf, Roberr Barlzen, Donald I-lasen-
slein, Ronald Gollsaclcer, Richard Elloe. Second Row: Arlhur Quasl, Sebe Garfon, William Ivlallhias, Charles
Klessig, Donald I-Iubers, Roberf Pfofenhauer, Thomas Neuses, Jack I-Iilperfshauser, Irving Vande Vrede, l-Iarold
Kellner, David Evans. Third Row: Mr. I-Iouslon, Marvin Luehrs, Lyman Lyons, David Balzner, John Lubbers,
Alan Lanser, Richard Kosup, Timolhy Werner.
Eirsl' Row: Joyce Neese, Belly I-Ierziger, Adeline Smilh, Lorene Eisner. Second Row: lvlargarel I-Iolman, Shir-
ley Gordon, Beverly Ruppel, Dorolhy Zimmerman. Third Row: Joan Plisler, Diane Gruhle, Phyllis Kuehl, Helen
I-liclcs. Eourlh Row: Elizalaelh Slahl, Nancy Kaulman, Lida Puls, Miss Grinole, Dolores Wolf, Irene de Geus,
I'Iarrie'r Verlare, Adela Koepsell, Joyce lvliesfeld, Ivlarieia De Ny. Noi on piclurez Janel Braun, Carol Schullz.
SENIOR TRI HI - Y
Mr. lnTravaia, Miss Herman, Miss Hendriclcson, Mr. Gail, Miss Van Driel, Mr. George PeTerson, Mr. WaTson,
Miss Grinde, Mr. Marvin PeTerson, Miss ScoTT.
This council is composed of Teachers rep-
resenTing various school commiTTees. Mr.
George K. PeTerson, vice-principal, is The
presiding officer of The council, and Miss
Marie Van Driel is The secreTary. Princi-
pal Urban is a member ex-olziicio of The
council, and appoinTs addiTional members
To The council as The need Tor Them arises.
Besides passing on requesTs Tor addiTional
money, This Ten-member council acTs as
an advisory cabineT in maTTers which con-
cern sTudenT acTiviTies. They examine
budgeT requesTs and seT yearly budgeTs
Tor The various acTiviTies, pass on requesTs
To Torm new sTudenT acTiviTies, granT all-
school awards on The recommendaTion
of coaches, seT The Time and prices Tor
school TuncTions, and approve The acTiviTy
calendar Tor The year. This work is ac-
complished more eTiicienTly by dividing
The FaculTy Council inTo several sub-
commiTTees. These commiTTees are The
AThleTic CommiTTe, Mr. George K. PeTer-
son, chairman: The AudiTorium Program
CommiTTee, Miss Ellingson and Mr. Rhiel,
co-chairmen: The DeclamaTory and Dra-
maTics AcTiviTies CommiTTee, Miss Her-
man, chairman: The DebaTe and oTher
Forensic AcTiviTies CommiTTee, Mr. Hou-
sTon, chairman, The STudenT Social Com-
miTTee, Miss Grinde, chairman, and The
STudenT Council CommiTTee, of which
Miss ScoTT is chairman. Recommenda-
Tions of These commiTTees are passed
upon by The enTire FaculTy Council. The
S+uden+ Council CommiTTee is TurTher
sub-divided so ThaT There is aT leasT one
TaculTy chairman Tor all sTudenT acTiviTies.
Miss ScoTT is direcTor of The STudenT
Council. Mr. WaTson is NorTh's direcTor
of Finances and his assisTanT is Mr. WhiTe
who also heads concessions and The Fin-
ance CommiTTee. Head of The Social
CommiTTee is Miss Grinde, while Miss
Chandler and Miss Morlc direcT The Pep
CommiTTee. The PubliciTy CommiTTee is
headed by Mr. Bensman who is assisTed
by Mr. Muhs and Miss Hendrickson. The
Service CommiTTee is direcTed by Miss
JeanTy, and Miss Ellingson and Mr. Rhiel
share The direcTorship of The AudiTorium
CommiTTee. Miss GriTTiThs heads The
Schools aT War CommiTTee, and Miss
Hron and Mr. WaTson Talce care of
STamps and Bonds AccounTing. The
FaculTy Council is also responsible Tor
elecTing TaculTy members To,meeT wiTh
represenTaTives oT CenTral's TaculTy To
discuss maTTers oT ioinT policy, such as
Oh no, The use oT The shop rooms
isn'T limiTed enTirely To The sTudenTs
by any means. Mr. Arden Wan-
drey and lvlr. Lawrence Rock, shop
Teachers, may oTTen be Tound There,
dreaming up some liTTle gadgeT or
making someThing really useTul, as
They pursue Their TavoriTe hobbies,
as well as Their vocaTions. ln The
inTormal phoTographs shown here.
Mr. Wandrey is busily engaged in
working on a wood laThe in The shop
on which he is making a model To
exhibiT before his classes. Mr. Rock,
aT The Time his picTure was being
snapped, was deTiniTely concenTraT-
ing on some work oT arT. The obiecTs
oT his labors were some vices which
he presenTed To his liTTle boy as a
ChrisTmas giTT. This inTeresT in shop
work musT run in The Tamilyl Mr.
Marvin PeTerson, Too, seems To Tind
enough exTra Time so ThaT some oT iT
can be spenT in The shop. He does-
n'T merely coach The boys in Their
Track acTiviTies, buT also helps make
some of The Track eguipmenT and
keep iT in good shape. Mr. PeTerson
is shown here while he was making
sTarTing blocks Tor The Team's use.
AnoTher busy Teacher aT NorTh is
Mr. Frederick lvluhs who, in addiTion
To his regular classTime work, is
supervisor-in-chieT oT The Polaris.
Mr. Muhs is phoTographed wiTh
some oT his sTudenTs' work which
comprised a special exhibiT ThaT was
senT To CenTral I-ligh School Tor The
Teachers' lnsTiTuTe. IT Takes an eTTec-
Tive gesTure To explain The principles
oT arT as is shown in This inTormai
phoTo oT NorTh's arT insTrucTor. Con-
Trary To The sTudenT's common con-
cepTion, our TaculTy doesn'T spend
every spare minuTe oT Their Time
dreaming up exams and such buT
have varied and inTeresTing hobbies.
Mr Edwin Sfegkel The lvlodachs CapTain PaTTon
LYCEUM - AUDITORIUM
Q js ND
"WhaT arexwe h 'n Tor a,L9'?'l'gTTum?"
Commen s il is T pe c be d
as each ne week rowound d The
"Pndl99faudiToriuW'pro pp oagg
EJ To lNlorTl 4s+udenT is per' 's
T highlj,lg.laA'9g: The week, a Ti T
, l I '
- T A
NT comin gameor nce o ,JAHT
he r spe ers on var and inTeresTin
Topyj This yeare wide assorTmenT oT
inTer Ting ,ograms were presenTed
on The h l-ligh sTage. ColorTul
lyce s eakers, pep programs, plays
and many oTher TeaTures appeared
Through The year. Things sTarTed wiTh
a bang on SepTember 7, when The new
Teachers were inTroduced, and The
Treshmen-so reporTedly green, Took
Their TirsT big sTep in high school liTe
by presenTing a Treshman skiT. During
The year, many oTher good Times Tol-
lowed. CommuniTy singing was Tound
To be a greaT success, alThough
Mr. Arnold Jones musT have shuddered
aT,The TuneTul mixTure oT would-be ac-
complished basses, Tenors, alTos, and
sopranos. Wally ColTon, back Trom
The service, came back To his old "alma
maTer" and spoke on his experiences
and hopes Tor NorTh. Colonel Lucius
P. Chase gave a TirsT-hand accounT
oT The invasion oT France on D-Day Tor
e Thems lve We moo
The TascinaTed NorTh sTudenTs. When
iT came Time Tor The Pall Play, "Don'T
Take My Penny", The casT presenTed
some hilarious scenes in previews, as
' oTher school acTiviTies in Their or-
The debaTers climaxed a success-
ul son by a mock debaTe on com-
p ory miliTary Training, and The winTer
nd spring concerTs were preceeded
by The orchesTra, band, and chorus giv-
' Ts Trom Their programs. The
baskeTbiTiand TooTball seasons broughT
wiTh Them spiriTed pep programs. We
won'T soo TorgeT "Jack and The Bean-
sTalk" in which ArT QuasT TeeTered
precariou ly in midair rescuing VicTory,
The poorimaiden in disTress, or Bill
TVlaTThias and his inimiTable inTerpreTa-
Tion oT l-lildegarde, much less our
amusing visiT To "Melon T-lead's Alley"
wiTh Dick lvluhs. NorTh received a
real sales Talk, The program puT on by
The Polaris sTaTT reviewing The l946
yearbook. All The gala evenTs oT The
year paraded Through The sTage in one
period. Also receiving Their share oT
honors were The baskeTball, TooTball
and oTher Teams who received Their
hard-earned awards Trom Their coaches
and Mr. Urban beTore The assembled
school. Deserving also oT recogniTion
are The cheerleaders, brighTening many
A. ...,,, . A
William Beflmgef-. George Ffiefilley. DG- Mr. Joneg and Sfudenfs Richard Greuel, George Friedly T-larrieT
lQVe5 FUeV5lf R'Cl"f3Vd lVlUlW5. DOrOThy Verlare, Allan Anderson, Adeline SmiTh
Zimmermann, Joanne Ivlahnke, Miss l-lelen lvlargareT l-lolman, Mariean WinTer
a program and lending Their supporT Tully To The audiTorium commiTTee. All in all, Fri-
day, TiTTh period, was a very popular Time Tor everyone. CrediT should go especially To
The people who did The backsTage working, had The headaches, Tilled ouT The Torms and
Took The iniTial responsibiliTy necessary To presenT a successful program. The long-suTf
Tering audiTorium commiTTee sTruggled Through Aa maze oT requisiTions and direcTions
Tor every program. Two copies OT sTagie direcTions musT be senT To Mr. Rock, eighf Typed
copies oi compleTe direcTions senT To Their required places, a sTudenT chairman and
program chairman selecTed. Mr. Rock and The'sTage crew TulTilled Their parT by seTTing
up all necessary scenery, regulaTing The qur,Tains and lighT eTTecTs, and managing The mi-
crophone. The sTage makeup clubs rolled up Their sleeves and did an eTTecTive job oT
making over NorTh sTudenTs inTo varied and colorTul characTers for The plays and skiTs,
while The pep band lenT music and liTe To many a program. BuT behind iT all, were The
Teachers and creaTive sTudenTs who direcTed and wroTe The scripTs +ha+ was TransTormed
inTo enioyable enTerTainmenT.
ArThur QuasT is learning
abouT parachuTes by an
indirecT meThod. ,A
Our l-larpisT Today is
Alice Eggebeen who we
see Trorn The wings.
l.eTT F'hOTo: David Evans, Richard Greuel, Jo Anne PeTers, William Beringer, Marlin SmiTh. RighT PhoTo, FirsT
Row: BeaTrice Hauser, Helen Tasche, Eleanor SchulTz, Susan Schwerin. Second Row: Mr. HousTon, PaT Phalen,
Casey Wondergem, Connie Ter MaaT, James Herman, MarTha Van Emden.
DEBATE AND FORENSICS
DebaTe and Forensics go hand in hand aT NorTh High School. The debaTe season is iusT abouT
over when The Torensic season begins. Many OT The people parTicipaTing in debaTe are also
acTive in The Forensic acTiviTies. The debaTe coach, Mr. HousTon, also coaches The Forensics
sharing coaching honors wiTh Miss Helen Herman. Miss Van Driel also helped several sTudenTs
prepare Their declamaTions. This year was The mosT successTul year in debaTe ThaT NorTh has
ever had. The quesTion debaTed was: "Resolved: ThaT every able-bodied male ciTizen should
have one year OT Tull-Time miliTary Training beTore aTTaining The age OT TwenTy-Tour." Besides
debaTing aT ST. John's and MargueTTe High Schools in Milwaukee and aT PorT WashingTon,
NorTh won debaTes aT WesT Bend, Mayville, and Sheboygan CenTral and won 5 and losT I aT
Messmer High School in Milwaukee. The ouTcome OT This TournamenT qualiTied NorTh To enTer
The Wisconsin disTricT TournamenT OT The NaTio nal Forensic League aT Madison. NorTh came
ouT TirsT in This TournamenT by winning six deba Tes ouT OT six. NOrTh Then parTicipaTed in The
sTaTe TournamenT aT Madison on March 2 and Tied Tor Third place honors wiTh Kewaunee and
Messmer High Schools. Besides gaining honors Tor NorTh Through DebaTe wins, several sTu-
denTs parTicipaTing in DebaTe gained addiTiOnal honors Tor NorTh aT The STudenT Congress
held aT ST. John's High School in Milwaukee. NorTh sTudenTs presided over The SenaTe Tor
bOTh sessions and The House Tor one. David Evans and William Beringer presided over The
SenaTe, and Richard Greuel was Speaker OT The House. NorTh's TirsT Team in debaTe con-
sisTed OT The Tollowing members: ATTirmaTive: William Beringer, Richard Greuel, Marlin SmiThg
NegaTive: David Evans, Gwen Koss, JO Ann PeTers. William, Richard, and David are seniors.
Marlin, Gwen, and Jo Ann have anoTher year OT debaTe work beTore Them. STudenTs work-
ing on Torensics could be Tound in room IO4 and ZI9 long aTTer school was dismissed. ln IO4,
sTudenTs working on serious and humorous declamaTion could be Tound receiving aid Trom Miss
Helen K. Herman. UpsTairs in 2l9, Mr. H. H,erberT HousTon coached sTudenTs who wished To
parTicipaTe in exTemporaneous speaking lThaT is, preparing a subiecT in Ten minuTes and Then
speaking on iTl and oraTOry. A large number OT sTudenTs signed up Tor declamaTions This
year. In order To decide which sTudenTs were besT gualiTied To represenT NorTh in The Forensic
TournamenTs, eliminaTiOn conTesTs were held. AT The Wisconsin High School Forensics asso-
ciaTiOn disTricT TournamenT held aT PorT WashingTon March 23, Tour NorTh sTudenTs gualiTied
Tor The associaTion's sTaTe Tinals in Madison on April 6. These Tour sTudenTs were Richard
Greuel in original oraTory, William Beringer in oraTorical declamaTion, Craig Johnson in humor-
ous declamaTion and Gwen Koss in exTemporaneous speaking. AT The Time OT wriTing, sTudenTs
parTicipaTing in Torensics were looking Torward To The NaTiOnal Forensics League TournamenT
aT Waukesha on March 29 and 30. The sTudenTs who will parTicipaTe in This TournamenT are
A A ,
1 2:22 Vrifr T '2 ,' T f
.,2:.. W ,,,. T
Mary Lou Koehn, George Eriedley, David Evans, Bill Beringer, Richard Greuel, Jo Anne PeTers, Susan Schwe-
rin, Gwen Koss.
William Beringer and Richard Greuel in original oraTory, James l-lerman in oraTorical decla-
maTion, David Evans and Gwen Koss in exTemporaneous speaking, George Eriedley and Mary
Lou Koehn in humorous declamaTion, and Jo Ann PeTers and Susan Schwerin in serious decla-
maTion. Upon graduaTion These seniors, and The seniors oT TuTure years, will Tind Themselves
greaTly beneTiTed by The Training They have received in Torensics and debaTe work. ln This
work, The sTudenTs have learned how To speak beTore an audience wiThouT Tear. They have
learned The arT oT Thinking Things Through in a Tew minuTes and being ready To Trame quick, con-
cise answers To guesTions and sTaTemenTs. DebaTe and Torensics sTudenTs have learned how To
gaTher daTa and make The besT possible use oT iT. Yes, Those sTudenTs who have parTicipaTed,
and who will parTicipaTe in These acTiviTies will all gain a greaT deal. The abiliTy To speak is a
Tremendous asseT To every person no maTTer whaT vocaTion he wishes To enTer. In The years To
come, all These sTudenTs will look back upon This phase oT Their high school days and be glad
ThaT They received This excellenT Training.
LeTT PhoTo, EirsT Row: I-lelen Tasche, PaT Phalen, Gwen Koss, Adeline SmiTh, Eleanor SchulTz, Frank SiegworTh.
Second Row: Susan Schwerin, MarTha Van Emden, CharloTTe Liebl, Gloria STielow, Mary Lou Koehn, George
Eriedley. Third Row: Mabel Lenz, Craig Johnson, Marlin SmiTh, Richard Greuel, Bill Beringer, David Evans.
RighT PhoTo: Mary Lou Koehn, David Evans, Bill Beringer, Craig Johnson, Richard Greuel, Gwen Koss.
D A N C E S
. ArT Service puTs iTs TalenTs To use . . - . . Our speed TypisTs show Their skill
C L U B S
ThoughTTul Trowns and eager smiles greeT The club TorecasT slips when They are senT To each
homeroom aT The beginning oT every semesTer. "Golly, There are so many l'd like To ioin, l
iusT can'T make up my mind!" "Which ones are you going To Take? LeT's Try To geT The same
ones." "Oh gee. l can'T ioin This one Till l'm a Junior!" These, and oTher exclamaTions like
Them, can be heard Trom The TarThesT corner in The basemenT To The mosT remoTe corner on
The Third Tloor. Of course There are always innumerable mixups. "Where do l wriTe?"
"WhaT do l do if l don'T wanT To Take a clubf7", "Does iT have To be in inkf7", are The guesTions
mosT oTTen asked, as The pupil piTs his brain againsT The complex Torm. By signing These Torms
The sTudenT chooses Two clubs he is The mosT in TeresTed in and desires To ioin. Clubs meeT
every Tuesday and Thursday in The acTiviTy period. Many oT The clubs were organized because
oT The sTudenT demand Tor Them, and They gave every sTudenT an opporTuniTy To parTicipaTe in
some exTra-curricular acTiviTy. OTher clubs are organized Tor service, and There are many The
school would Tind iT diTTiculT To do wiThouT. Some oT These are The Typing Club, ArT Service,
PrinTing Club. and The DramaTic Club. There are oTher acTiviTies oTTered Tor sTudenTs inTeresT-
ed in developing a hobby, or merely Tor enTerTainmonT purposes. The Magic Club, KniTTing
Club, and Sewing Club are some oT These. The VVar CommiTTee Club has done a highly com-
mendable iob as Tar as Their work wiTh The Alum ni in service is concerned. The club sysTem is
loTs oT Tun so leT's cooperaTe in every way we can. lT's swell To hear commenTs like This: "l'm
glad I Took This club. LeT's Take iT again nexT semesTer, shall we?"
This prinTing class is oT The beTTer Type ..... The DramaTic Club in a romanTic mood .
, V - 2' - ii-Y 1?
' I 1 w
, 1 ' ' 1
4 'Te' i
N wif I '
if 6 f
5 J- ,.
,..4 I' .
'Lf' Savugk ,,Q
. The creep . A momenfxs rehaxefion becksfage Wha+ should we do 'ronignJr
22 5 1 1 , ff :af , .
4? 7 xg?
fm ,X 1 Y ,Q
W if I
f lyxv kfi! '
X ff!! 1" T
Q J K -P
The scenery Hwey painfed was a marvel +0 see Max Facfor coufdn? do be++er .
Tha? sfack of books makes a good impression We res+ our weary bones .
E?'x"i y rw
mikiiiii i Have your money ready, please .... Facuify geis a dinner ..... Smile for Hwe birdie
L .,., A 4 Q
i . . . Mr. Riniei qefs in on a Hem pariy ....... The iibrary seems busier Jrivari usuai . .
M "f- - N W
-J 'AW f'
. My, wiiai sumsiiimel . ..... The wheels of Couricii in a reqiiier session . . .
A splash of color, music, and
all The mysferies of fhe easif
combined info a gay lsaliede-
scope of ac+ivi+y-rhal was
"A Thousand and Two
Nigh+s", Nor+h's Tirsl posi-
war carnival, held on March
22 and 23. l-lighlighfing The
gala evenr was an audirorium
show, "The Orienral Rugcuf-
Ter," slarring Diclc Elbe as Ali
Baba. +he ambifious Arabian
whose anrics and escapades
in old lime Arabia and 'rhe
"a+omic age" provided amus-
ing enferlainmeni. Ali Baba
in due 'rime ran info every-
rhing from flocks of slave
girls, menacing slave drivers
and cavorring camels, lo diz-
zy iifrerbugs and draff board
officials. Anofher Teafure of
The carnival was irs variery of
colorful sideshows. There was
"The Club Oasis," a full-
Tledged nigh? club complere
wirh floor show and wairers,
"The Bagdad Beauriesf'
Jr h o s e gorgeous easrern
charmers who were really
Junior boys, and "Ali Ba-
ba's Bughousef' which spec-
ialized in horror!
The Tinished producT
The criTics view our work
M T'lTV1.Q.f4Lvul. - A. , 4, ww V ...A .WN W: .. .
HE MAGIC OF
One oT The mosT exciTing rooms in
our school is The arT room. Here
lXlorTh's own lvlichelanglos and Ra-
phaels Take up Their brushes and
painTs To bewiTch us all wiTh Their
works oT arT. Every hour oT The day,
The room is Teeming wiTh sTudenTs
and TaculTy members. Mr. Freder-
ick lvluhs, a new addiTion To lNlorTh
l-ligh's TaculTy This year, has done
commendable work in his role oT arT
insTrucTor. IT is his iob To bring ouT
hidden TalenT, and guide his grow-
ing arTisTs. His name was on The
lips oT anyone who needed a sign
painTed in Three minuTes, a sTage
design Tor a play, a Tew murals Tor
a dance, and a mulTiTude oT oTher
Things. A visiTor in The arT room aT
any Time during The pasT year, was
undoubTedly Thrilled by The work
ThaT arT sTudenTs have Turned ouT so
eTTecTively This year. Like a brighTly
colored wheel, The arT room spun in-
To various phases oT The sTudenTs'
work. From auTumn landscapes To
sTained-glass windows, iT spun in a
blaze oT rich, vibranT color. The
walls oT The room seemed almosT like
ThaT oT a caThedral during The Time
in which The colorTul windows were
being exhibiTed. WiTh mirrors
propped up on a dish beTore Them,
The sTudenTs underTook The Task oT
capTuring Their personal charms
Through a selT-porTraiT. Many oT The
likenesses were guiTe eTTecTive. ln-
cluded in Their busy schedule were
volume design sTudies, which Though
guiTe a new approach To many oT
WinTer capTured wiTh painT
N ART ROO
The sTudenTs. proved To be a worTh-
while proiecT. A TavoriTe symphony
or modern iazz Tune, prompTed The
sTudenTs To design record album
covers oT seemingly proTessional-lilce
gualiTy. One oT our sTudenTs did
a "Rhapsody in Blue" ThaT Gershwin,
himselT. would have cnosidered a TiT-
Ting TribuTe. You have undoubTedly
noTiced The aTTracTive Tly page de-
signs in This annual. WiThouT The
arT deparTmenT, They could noT have
been done. One oT The many oTher
proiecTs underTalcen by members oT
This deparTmenT, was a posTer design
wiTh "YouTh and The UniTed NaTion's
OrganizaTion" as iTs Theme. These
were senT in To a naTional conTesT aT
WashingTon, D. C. From Time To
Time worlc in The arT room was inTer-
rupTed by such emergencies as
dance decoraTions, bubbler signs,
and worlm Tor The all-school evenT. ln
Time oT need, The sTudenTs smiled
cheerTully. seT aside Their proiecTs
Tor a while, and seT abouT The Task aT
hand, coming Through wiTh amazing
iresulTs ThaT helped To malie more
Than one acTiviTy a success. So we
see ThaT Trom ThaT magic den oT oil-
painT and waTer-color, have come
many ouTsTanding proiecTs This year.
Only Through willingness, and help-
Tul guidance and supervision, could
These have been aTTained. This has
Truly been a colorTul and successTul
year Tor The arT deparTmenT oT NorTh
The masTers aT worl4
JusT beTore The deadline
A sTreeT in England
. , may
wx' Nh x
Going up Talking up Jrlwe lalesl news . Big producers .
. Lei llie poinl fall where il may . One ol our orderly fire drills
3:36 is Urbanile lime. Some good gossip, fellows? Polilical discussion .
Richard Greuel, Adeline SmiTh, Delores PuersT, Joanne PeTers, Richard Schieble, David Evans, Mary Lou
Koehn, William Beringer, Hugh Lovell, George Friedley, MargareT Holman, Gwendolyn Koss, Craig
Johnson, Sue Priede, Joanne Mahnke, DoroThy Zimmerman, Richard Muhs.
ALL SCHOOL FALL PLAY
''HouselighTs-TooTlighTs-curTainI Quiet everybody, The show's on." WiTh These words,
a hush Tell over The casT oT The '45 all-school play "Don'T Take My Penny." Here was The
climax To all Those weeks oT work lexTra TasT worlc, Too, because The play was a monTh earlyl
and long nighTs oT pracTice Trom 6:30 on. Miss Herman gave lasT minuTe insTrucTions and
everyone saT down To waiT eagerly Tor his enTrance! The ploT oT The play cenrered around
The Pringle Tamily whose anTics made hilarious enTerTainmenT. We won'T TorgeT Mary
Lou Koehn as Penny Pringle, who was convinced she was desTined To play "DimiTy WesT"
in The movie "STars in Her Hair," much To The dismay oT her boy Triend, Kerry lBill Ber-
ingerl, who was counTing on her To win a Tennis maTch wiTh him. Kerry and his Triend,
Greg lGeorge Friedleyl, coolced up a scheme in which Bill puT on a hideous black wig and
George cressed up as "Miss Gloria Lovely" and sTole The show! "Don'T Talce My Penny"
had many oTher noTable scenes such as The scene wirh Monsieur Henri, lDiclc Muhsl, show-
ing Penny and her adoring Triend Joanna, lGwen Kossl, "ze so beauTiTul cloThes Tor
madomoiseleu modeled by DoroThy Zimmerman, Sue Priede, and Jo Ann Mahnlce, and
T A A
Adeline SmiTh, Hugh Lovell Delores PuersT, Adeline SmiTh Mary Lou Koehn, William
The plighT oT poor Marc lllichard Greuell, The Tarm-minded broTher, Trying To Tell his TluT-
Tery, preoccupied moTher lJo Anne PeTersl, and monosyllablic TaTher lDave Evansl, abouT
his hopes Tor a Tarm and chickens. Adeline SmiTh gave a convincing perTormance as Sally
The supposed "maid," Torn beTween her acTing ambiTions sTimulaTed by Norman PorTer
ll-Tugh Lovelll, a publiciTy man, and her inTeresT in Marc. Adding much To The comedy
also were Mavis lMargareT l-lolmanl, beauTiTul career-girl sisTerp Gram lDolores FuersTl.
who kepT The Pringles in order: Harrison Day lCraig Johnsonl, The mild auThor: and Red
lRichard Schieblel, Treckled-Taced delivery boy, The casT had even more comical Times
aT rehearsals. Miss l-lerman declares There was never such a Tlurry oT pracTical iokes and
hilarious acTing, which alas, never reached The sTage. For insTance, George Friedley's
TirsT aTTempT aT dancing like a girl, in high heels, and Dick Muhs's exTemporaneous por-
Trayals oT Monsieur Henri! The casT had iTs share oT melodramaTic momenTs. The day
oT The play Gwen Koss sprouTed a TemperaTure and was puT To bed on docTor's orders.
Everyone was TranTically Tearing his hair, buT Gwen, armed wiTh The slogan "The Show
MusT Go On" and TorTiTied wiTh six penicillin shoTs, gave her perTormance bravely. Every-
Thing combined To make "Don'T Take My Penny" a hilarious comedy boTh back sTage and
behind The TooTlighTs. Miss l-lerman, who had done The lion's share oT The worry and work,
Tound herselT presenTed wiTh a beauTiTul pen and pencil seT by The graTeTul casT.
ChrisTmas vacaTion loomed
ahead and in This Tinal school
hour The audiTorium was Tilled
wiTh impaTienT sTudenTs,
eager parenTs, and glad-To-
be-back service men and
alumni. AT lasT The audiTor-
ium grew dark and a soTT
glow rose in The balcony. The
iunior and senior choruses be-
gan Their candle lighT pro-
cessional To The carol, "Oh
Come All Ye FaiThTul." The
choruses marched Through
T e audiTorium To Take Their
places on The sTage, while The
orchesTra remained in The piT.
A plaTTorm on which The Tab'
leaux oT The diTTerenT songs
were depicTed, occupied The
sTage cenTer and The Tableaux
were presenTed as The songs
were sung. Familiar ChrisTf
mas carols made up The mu-
sical program and The aud-
ience was converTed inTo per-
Tormers when They ioined in
singing "WhiTe ChrisTmas."
The recessional To The sTrains T
oT "Joy To The World" com-
pleTed The program.
--- - -- V
Diane Gruhle, Bob Salre, Arnold Ochs, Janel Braun, George Friedley, Berlie Lou Bergner, Adeline Smilh,
David Balzner, Arl Liebl, Shirley Woellerl, Richard Schieble, lvlargarel Holman, Belly Slahl, Dolores Woll,
Dorolhy Zimmermann, Sebe Garlon, Lida Puls.
SENIOR CLASS PLAY
The house lighls grow dim, and slrains ol "Tea lor Two" played by lhe slring ensemble lade
away and here goes lhe play. "Lile ol lhe Parly" was a hilarious play wrillen by Marri-
iane and Joseph Hayes. The plol was lively and lull ol humorous silualions. The enlire comedy
was carried lhrough magnilicenlly by a group ol excellenl perlormers who were none olher
lhan our own versalile Senior Class. lclo'nl believe we'll ever lorgel Arl Liebl as Jesse
Hughes, lhe lalher ol an "average" American lamily. especially when he relurned lminus his
bridge workl lrom lhe lighl wilh his bigger-lhan-he-was neighbor. lvlrs. Harriel Hughes, por-
lrayed by Berlie Lou Bergner, was a woman seemingly more inleresled in her social world lhan
in her lour unprediclable children. She lived a ralher scallerbrained lile, and never lully
realized whal was happening lo her lamily. The brain ol lhe lamily, Jean Hughes, wilh
slraighl A's in school was characlerized by Adeline Smilh. She llings oll her glasses and be-
comes lhe lile ol lhe parly. Bul she learns lhe hard way lhal popularily and beauly aren'l
everylhing. Lively Amy Hughes played by Shirley Woellerl, receives a lasle ol love al lirsl
sighl. During lhe whole play she is shouling and bouncing aboul conlinually, lirsl as a cheer-
leader and lhen wilh her beau, Snazzy Milchell, played by Dick Schieble. He learned by
Amy's conlinual nagging lo be "courageous and indepenclenlf' Dick's and Shirley's clever
acling nearly slole lhe show. George Friedley broughl down lhe house as Teddy Hughes,
wilh his crazy anlics. The vicious lriangle plus lwo, caused him lo have his share ol girl
lroubles, bul linally aller lrying lo sneak oul ol cornered places, he regained his old sleady.
The cop, porlrayed by Herberl Pollharsl and Bob Salre, was a parl which called lor a bil ol
slraining lhe lungs lrying lo impress and al lhe same lime quiel lhe bally Hughes lamily.
The cop could never ligure oul who ol lhe lamily was lhe nulliesl. The snobbish member ol
lhe lamily was Lida Puls as lvlildred. Sororilies and orchids were her meal, allhough al lhe
end ol lhe play her views were changed. Lida played bolh phases ol her characler equally
well. The "lough guy" Sebe Garlon as lvlike Tisdale, had plenly ol charm and brawn, bul very
lillle brain. He was lhe main cause ol all lhe lrouble bul when lhe roll call was lo be laken, he
skipped oul. Dolores Woll as Dollie Kixmiller slayed in characler well lhroughoul lhe whole
play. She supplied one ol lhe corners in lhe mixed up lriangle lhal was George's lile. An-
olher cule bil ol girl lrouble was Belly Slahl as lvlaryrosalie Vogulhul. She never said much.
bul il looks could kill, well - poor Teddy Hughes. Dorolhy Zimmermann as Hope Shullle-
worlh, also Jrrying 'ro be -l'eddy's "one and only," could really wind him around her lilile linger.
The popular Ruih Coales, played by Margie l-lolman, was well-played lor lhe smoolh characier
Jrhal she was. l-ler clolhes and her manners were iusi righl lor ihe slick-chick ol ihe Town,
and Mike's ahfecfions. Arnold Ochs as Charles Collier was a college man lied lo his 1fa+her's
bankroll. As soon as his "posi+ion" was +hrea+ened, he moved swiflly oul of lhe scene. llhe
lacl Thar Lida, as Mildred, had a vase in her hand, had nolhing To do wiih his exil, of
course.l Mrs. Vicloria Coales, a prominenl sociely figure. was porlrayed by Diane Gruhle.
Remember her very realisfic iainl? Dave Balzner was Tommy King, a physics brain. l-le fell
in love wilh Jean l-lughes and aller praclically losing his head a few limes, finally succeeded
in winning her. l-low can we ever iorgel Jrhal breafhless momenl on ihe nighl of Jrhe parly
in fhe living room, when - ahl you remember lhal kiss! Even lhe audience was gelling ex-
ciied. Janel Braun as Sally Frazier was Teddy's sleady and arrived from Sheridan Cily in a
mosl inopporlune momenl. She saw Teddy surrounded by a bevy ol very prelly girls and
vowed never lo speak lo him again, bul all good Things arrive sooner or laler and lhey soon
became sleady droops again.
Janel' Braun, Belly Slahl,
George Friedley, Dolores
Wolf, Doroihy Zimmer-
mann seen in Aclr ll when
George Friedley as Ted-
dy is iound our.
Adeline Smilh, David
Bafzner, l.ida Puls, Janel
Braun, George Friedley,
Bob Saire, Ar+ Liebl, Shir-
ley Woellerl, Richard
Schieble, Beriie Lou Berg-
ner seen in fhe climax of
Shirley Woellerl, Richard
Schieble, Sebe Garlon,
Adeline Smifh, David
Balzner seen in Ac? lll
when Richard Schieble as V . i
Snazzy is accosfed by 1--A 6
Sebe Garlon as Mike.
I fg,-ef i
Helen Hicks, Phyllis Kuehl, Richard Schieble, Ver- Helen Van Emden, Helen Hicks,
onica Knaul, Karen Puls, Arnold Ochs. Phyllis Kuehl.
Wilh a few dabs of "brew" from magic pols, lhe slage makeup club can lrans-
'lorm anyone inlo a clown, a wicked villain, or Frankenslein himself! Under The
able direclion of Miss Helen Herman, lhe club has maslered 'rhe ar? of applying
grease-painl, "liners," and false hair and can lurn our any characler in a hurry.
The makeup club adds "color" 'ro all Norlh's plays and produclions wilh makeup
which counler-acls lhe ellecl of slrong slage ligh+ on 'rhe aclors.
The ingenious boys who apply lhe "makeup" and gill-edged finishes io all Norlh s
produclions are Jrhe hardworking slage crew. Living in a world of ballens leas
ers," "baby spo+s," and "+ormen+ers," 'rhey go aboui lheir business guieily and
eiclicienlly. During lhe year The boys have buill everylhing from chicken coops
and fire places lo lhe lovely sels for NorJrh's plays and produclions They have
a man-sized iob lighling all The audilorium programs and dances, as well as help
ing Communily Players wilh lhe produclion of lheir play.
Edward Selke. Ralph Schulfz, Edward Selke
, 32fxf if
S I C
Firsl Row: Janei Braun, Jacob Verhulsl, Sidney Feldman, James Nehamkin, Eldred Lolclcer, Roberl Siegel, l-lelen
Kraalz, Mary Ann Allenbach. Second Row: Donald Zaslrow, Glen Usadel, Harland Nonhol, Arlynn Filling,
Joanne Sliglilz, Rurh Schaub, Marion Vogl. Third Row: Shirley Vogl, l.aVerne Thiel, June Brunschmid, l.aDonna
Lugg, Lorraine Feld, Donna Munnich, Rosemary l-lerr, Sylvia Schardlr, Millon Schullz, Rila Raalz, John Suby,
Slanley Wasserman, Roberr Sluelen, Ellen Slellen, Earl Kneevers, Virginia Elmergreen. Fourlh Row: David
Balzner, Jaclc Kramer, Gilberl Usadel, Roger Welsch, Gerald l-lall, Berlon Ver Slraale, Donald Luedlne, Roberl
Sleger, Allan De Pagler, Richard Day, Clarence Belus, Edward Schleg, David Palre, Marlin Naiachl, George
Friedley. Slanding: Mr. Vilo lnlravaia, Pal Nenning, Alice Eggebeen, Joyce Li u, T.Qny Munniclc, Bill Day,
Daniel Keilel, Carol Schuh, Richard Burlcard, Raymond Mullen, Gllo Graml, Rel' rlr' Nor on piclurez l-lelen
BAND and ORCHESTRA yy ,fill fy
Firsl Row: Adeline Smirh, l.eRoy Briclc, Elinor Granf, Marcell ichiki' ady!Rus+, Jane Schlager, Belly Wal'
dau, Marion Schulz. Second Row: Eleanor Schulz, Margarel rad , 'Mae Sfeinbrueclcer, Bealrice l-lauser,
Eldred Lolcker, Roberl Siegel, l-lelen Kraalz Mary Ann All bach ame ehamlcin, Sidney Feldman Jacob
er uls+ Jane? Braun Dennis Reinl Third Row Frank nlwer R Liezen Karl Doering Wa er
Schwerin, Ronld Thurslon, Clarence Resniclc, Roberl Slue en, Jr nley W senrhan, Earl Kneevers, Marion Vogl
Vh ., , ' '. ' : giuekxyic r ' , ', ll
Rosemary l-lerr, Millon Schulz, Rila Raalz, John uby, Carol chuh, a Dillrich, Alice Eggelaeen, Palricia
Nennig. Fourlh Row: Gillinerl Usadel, Jack Kr ,D e B zner, Ed ard Schleg, Marlin Naiachl, George
Friedley. Slanding: Joyce Lienau, Gllo Gramlia ay M d llin, ichard Burlrarcl, Mr Arnold Jones, Daniel
Keilel. Nol on piclurez l-lelen Wiedemann. lx 0
A Q ily X K . 1
A final "sound your A," a lasf minufe funing up by fhe sfring secfion, a final check of fhe music
fo see fhaf if was placed in fhe proper order, and fhe orchesfra is ready fo presenf anofher
concerf. Since orchesfra members have no special uniforms fo wear, fhe falenfed musicians
wear regular failored clofhes af fhe Winfer Concerf and ofher appearances. Af fhe Spring
Concerf, however, fhe young ladies of fhe orchesfra wore lovely formals which made fhe sfage
gay wifh color. Besides playing in bofh fhe Winfer and Spring Concerfs, flue orchesfra pre-
senfed several exfra concerfs. A few of fhese oxfra concerfs consisfed of playing flue civic
programs, playing in an Educafion Week prog ram, and presenfing an audiforium program be-
fore fhe sfudenf body. The hand-working young musicians, led by Mr. Arnold Jones, had a
greaf variefy of music fochoose from. The orchesfra member could pracfice a sacred song
like "Kol Nidre," somefhing classical like "The Greaf Safe of Kiev," a semi-classic like Rom-
berg's "Deserf,Song," or somefhing on fhe modern side like "The Man l Love" by Gershwin.
This variefy of'music developed fhe orchesfra's fechnigue in playing every kind of music well.
' ' . u i
u I Y '
1 ' Y ,
lzirsf Row: Doris Doffei, Marion Quasius, Lucile Huige, Mariorie l-luibregfse, Doris Jorsch, Joan Loving, Jean-
effe Piaskowski, Lila Kohl, Margaref Dehmke, Shirley Za bel, Virginia Heibel, Carol Sue l-layward. Second Row:
Rifa l-leggen, Rifa Sfampfl, Donald Brick, Eugene Burkard, Donald Dewey, l-larland Nonhof, Janifh Eisold,
Shirley Moss, Celine Fefferer, Paf Pohland. Third Row: Frances Grabner, Lucille Sfeffen, Marilyn Kernen,
Sue Schwerin, Kennefh Kellner, Roberf Markgraf, Roger Verhage, Mark Jung, l-lerberf Poffharsf, Lillian Leon-
hardf, Naneffe Quasius, Bernice Burgard. Fourfh Row: Joyce Neese, Anneffe l-loflman, Celene Braun, l-larold
Nick, Bob Kaye, Fredrich Pelchefii, Donald l-lubers, Charles Klessig, Randolph Monfgomery, l-lelen l-licks,
Judifh Ribbens, LaVerne Wondergem.
The chorus fhis year under fhe capable direcfion of Mr. Arnold Jones, has proved fo be a fine
organizafion. The sfudenfs fhemselves are hard workers and have rehearsed alone and in
groups fo obfain a fine qualify in fheir music. In fhis way fhe sfudenf brings fo himself an un-
dersfanding of fhis arf and expresses fhe feelings of fhe composer whose work he sfudies. A
careful selecfion of numbers is made and fhe sfudenfs begin work fo achieve a well organized
group. The chorus is an imporfanf parf of fhe school curriculum. They puf on fine audifor-
ium programs. Their spring and fall concerfs each year are much awaifed evenfs by many
people who enioy good music. Af Chrisfmas fime you may remember fhe chorus walking
down fhe aisles of fhe audiforium wifh lighfed candles. The sfrains of "Silenf Nighf," "l-lark
fhe Herald Angels Sing" or ofher beaufiful Chrisfmas songs fill fhe air wifh a feeling of peace
and securify. Now fhaf peace is here we feel fhe need for music more fhan ever before. Music
will help us forgef fhe unpleasanf fhings of fhe pasf and open our minds fo fhe beaufiful fhings
of fhe fufure.
"Umm ba, ba," can be heard any Time Trom The basemenT, anyTime during The day. WhaT you
hear is a "secTion" oT The band rehearsing. Each secTion has a secTional leader. The leader
is responsible Tor having his secTion rehearse any Time The secTion wanTs To geT TogeTher. Their
goal is To improve Their Technique Tor Tone and reading as a uniT. The big evenTs oT The band
are The winTer and spring concerTs. A good deal oT pracTice ouTside oT school hours is need-
ed Tor The concerTs. l-lighlighTing The year Tor The band are The disTricT and sTaTe conTesTs.
Each member who has masTered a solo piece is able To parTicipaTe in The conTesT. QuarTeTs
and dueTs also parTicipaTe in The conTesT.
The ensembles are an imporTanT parT oT The musical program aT NorTh. To be a member oT
an ensemble group, one musT be a member oT eiTher The band, chorus, or orchesTra. En-
sembles are Tormed so ThaT diTTerenT groups, such as The brass, woodwind, and sTring secTions,
could rehearse Their parTs TogeTher. AbouT TiTTy per cenT oT The members oT The band are
members oT some ensemble, and everyone in The band has a solo Td prepare. The ensembles
under The direcTion oT Mr. Arnold Jones are The sTring ensemble, 'E girlsi Trio, and a boys'
guarTeT. Mr. ViTo InTravaia direcTs a clarineT guarTeT, corneT c1uar,TeT,' corneT Trio, corneT
dueT, a horn quarTeT, TluTe Trio, saxophone quarTeT, Trombone gL?arTeTJand a drum ensemble.
l , , -
,ff ' M ef
, lf' 'fix l ' P ,rv J
yy! I I I ,r 1' L 1 f
MW JJ! 1 A
xl i ' fl if I4 If -
It Af X! 'X J If JJ
fb X, X 5 xl' I--'Q
,, , 1
1,-'lv 'I DVJJY I!
- X 1' ,Q '
A , Q, I
5 F, If
JJ' ,, Ijrdffi J J x JA W
f Q J ,ff ,uf
fff JM". x I J"
1 . I jvx ,vp S V! I A
+ ,.,f,, f 1xNY , A , If,
uf L, lqlv . 'Aj 1 Q, jf, . 1 ALTJIA P JE!! A
.P Q f' "- ' JT K7 J U '
, . ,ff fn f ,f
Aj J " ' M6 V C4 U 1 LJ 2 ff digg! J .flfylj
-, ' ' -Claw "' 'Jw' -
VF ' xx? Q Q
, 7 ..,,A. ffm
NORTH'S FIRST HOMECOMING
. K vw,
. ,x V 1, '
SSM r p: fif?!Ni
Though The Tinal sTaTisTics Tound The Raiders occupying a TiTTh-place berTh in The Fox
River Valley Comference wiTh a ToTaI oT 3 wins, 4 losses and a pre-season non conTer-
ence 6-6 Tie wiTh The Galloping C5hosT oT Kaukauna, This is only a small porTion oT The
whole, coIorTuI sTory. The Raiders opened Their season wiTh Three weeks oT inTensive
pracTice, during which coaches PeTerson, Vkfandrey, Ulichny and Jones labored To build
a hard-hiTTing uniT ouT oT a nucleous oT 6 reTurning IeTTermen. Around This nucleous, a
large group oT willing, capable boys under direcTion oT The coaches combined inTo The
Blue and Gold Raiders.
RAIDERS DEADLOCK KAWS - 6-6. ATTer These opening weeks oT pracTice Coach M.
ReTerson Took his unTried Team To Kaukauna To meeT The Galloping C5hosTs. The veTer-
an Kaukauna Team were expecTed To hand The Raiders a very sound beaTing, however
The "do-or-die" NorTh gridders held The Kaws To a 6-6 Tie while They IiTeraIIy swiped
The TiIT sTaTisTicaIIy.
RAIDERS STAGGER OSI-IKOSI-I 20-6. The nexT Team To meeT The blue-gold gridders.
were The Oshkosh Indians, who bowed To NorTh 20-6. NorTh sTruck like lighTning and
dazed The lumbering Indians. Taking The ball on NorTh's 22 yd. line, I'-Iubers scampered
67 yds. Tor a Touchdown. An aerial, MarTin To Lubbers laTe in The Third guarTer, com-
pIeTed The scoring.
FIRST VICTORY IN ELEVEN YEARS. The Torewarned EasT Green Bay Team was The
nexT To aTTempT To sTop The spiriTed IXIorTh Gridders, only To Tail miserably when They
wound up on The shorT end oT a I3-O score. The Raiders win over The Red Devils was
The TirsT Sheboygan win over a Green Bay school in eleven seasons.
Mr. Marvin PeTerson, Mr. Karl Ulichny, Mr. Charles Jones, Mr. Arden Wandrey.
EirsT Row: John Lubbers, Ronald OoTTsacI4er, Donald HasensTein, Harold Kellner, Jim MarTin, Sebe
GarTon, Eugene Schneider. Second Row: Florian lvluehlbroelc, David Fehring, Irving Vande Vrecle,
Neil Droppers, Richard Kosup, Alan Lanser, Mr. Marvin PeTerson. Third Row: lvlr. Arden Wandrey,
Ronald Kaeserrnann, Willis Bogenhagen, RoberT SaTre, Richard AThan, James Herman, William
lvIaTThias, Donald Hubers, PaT Werner, ArThur Liebl. EourTh Row: Richard Harris, Thomas Neuses,
John Goedeke, Richard Elbe, William Mervar.
TIDE TURNS. ATTer The EasT game The bad breaks caughT up To The Raiders and
sTayed wiTh Them, Through The nexT Tour games. The NorThmen dropped The Fond du
Lac TiTT 20-6. In dropping The TilT, The Raiders played a brand oT ball iusT The opposiTe
oT previous games. Following up This poor showing, The boys dropped The nexT Two
games To IvlaniTowoc I I-O and WesT Green Bay 20-7 and Then IosT a real hearT brealcer
To AppleTon 7-O. During TorTy-seven oT TorTy-eighT minuTes oT ThaT Tracas, iT was any-
body's game. A IasT minuTe lapse in deTense proved Too cosTly as The Terrors wallced
oTT wiTh an unearned Triumph.
SIVIASI-IING DEFEAT OE TRADITIONAL RIVALS. The NorTh eleven wound up The
season wiTh The smashing 39-O vicTory over CenTral's Redmen. The Team played as a
Team, To Take NorTh's TiTTh win in a nine season old TradiTional clash. IT was simply a
sTory oT NorTh's being Too sTrong Tor CenTral's ouT-classed eleven as every member on
The Raider squad saw acTion, wiTh a special amounT To The eighTeen seniors who
donned The blue and gold Tor The IasT Time.
RECEIVE HONOR. NorTh I-Iigh saluTes her '45 Raiders Tor The besT season in The
school's hisTory and poinTs wiTh pride To Irv Vande Vreede, an unanimous selecTion Tor
The TirsT all conTerence Team: Ronnie OoTTsacIcer, a second Team all conTerence candi-
daTeg and Don HasensTein, Don I-lubers, Harold Kellner, Neil Droppers, and John Lub-
bers who received honorable menTion.
The closing oT The '45 TooTball season Tound The insTiTuTing oT a new honor sysTem by
which The eleven boys who held The regular posiTions on NorTh's Raiders would re-
ceive well-earned recogniTion. The candidaTes Tor The honor Team were selecTed on
The Three basic poinTs considered by The coaches To be necessary Tor The TormaTion oT
a winning ball club. Some poinTs considered are The Tollowing: players who have lived
up To The sTandarcls oT good sporTsmanship. parTicularly perTaining To Training: Those
who have a desire To play a deTiniTe posiTiong Those who have showed The greaTesT
improvemenT ThroughouT The season.
I945 HONORARY GRID TEAM
L. E. G. Schneider Junior
L. T. D. Fehring Junior
L.C5. l. Vande Vreede Senior
C. N. Droppers Junior
R. G. R. Gollsacker Senior
R.T. R. Kaeserman, D. Kosup Senior
R. E. J. Lubbers, A. Lanser Senior
Q. B. J. Herman, J. Marlin Junior
L. H. D. Hulaers, S. Garlon Senior
R. H. H. Kellner Senior
F. B. Hasenslein Senior
'k ir 'A' 'k i f
Firsl Row: Don Hu-
bers, Sebe Garlon,
Harold Kellner, Wile
liam lvlallhias. Sec-
ond Row: John Lub-
bers, Ronald Kae-
sermann, Irving Van-
de Vrede. Arlhur
Liebl, Ronald Goll-
Kosup. Alan Lan-
ser. Third Row:
Richard Elbe, Wil-
liam Ivlervar, Roberl
Salre, Richard Har-
ris, Jaclc Hilperls-
hauser, Tho m a s
Firsl Row: Eugene
Vande Vrede, Neil
Fehring, John Lub-
bers. Second Row:
Richard Kosup, Jim
Marlin, James Her-
man, Alan Lanser.
Third Row: Sebe
Garlen, Donald Hu-
bers, Donald Hasen-
slein, Harold Kell-
U ELF'-ffgJ'5f"'f1,J ' ,
,. ,,.+Df'f'f MJ.
T A, .LW 7'
O guy 'Biff'
G 2' 53.15 GZYW'
A ff!f""f FHM., HU
5 1 W WM
I-Iarold Kellner, Jim MarTin, Donald I-lasensTein, Donald I-Iubers
The Raiders opened The year wiTh a 6-6 Tie in a pre-season warm up againsT The Kaukauna
Kaws, raTed as one OT The bes+ Teams in The sTaTe. Their TirsT scheduled game was won by
The NorThmen in a 20-6 TerriTic oTTensive aTTack againsT The pOwerTul Oshkosh "I I." In
The Tollowing game The Golden Raiders knocked OTI The Green Bay EasT squad I3-0 in
a brillianT performance. This was The TirsT Time in seven years ThaT a Sheboygan school
deTeaTed a Green Bay School. EveryThing seemed To be going smooThly - excelling
in blocking, kicking, and passing aTTacks - Then The Golden Raiders Taced The Fond du Lac
Gardinals and were beaTen in a 20-6 upseT. Unable To geT ouT OT Their slump They losT The
Tollowing games To lvlaniTowoc I I-0, and To Green Bay WesT in a 20-7 TITT. The Apple-
Ton grid Team Took advanTage OT NorTh's Tough breaks and iniuries when NOrTh again Tell
on The shorT end OT a 7-0 baTTle. ln The playoTI and closing game in The season beTOre
3,000 Tans The N. I-I. S. " I I" wenT all ouT To drub Their ciTy rivals-The CenTral Redmen 39-0
in Their annual biTTer baTTle. ThroughOuT The season They proved Themselves dangerous
and rugged compeTiTion To everyone OT Their opponenTs and were known as The mosT
TighTingesT Team in The F. R. V. C.
Energy, spiriT, and pep spelled success Tor The cheerleaders OT This pasT season. AcTivi-
Ties exTended Trom TooTball games To Those OT baskeTball. Cheering aT ouT-OT-Town games
was as acTively appreciaTed by The Tollowers OT The Team. Closely behind This group
OT seven was The InTermediaTe Pep Club and The Beginning Cheerleaders Club Trom
which will be chosen The TuTure squads.
Ivlabel Lenz, Joyce Vanic, Avis VerhulsT, Norman Prange, Dolores BaumerT, Lois LaTTin, Jacqueline Schimke
16 T if T 1
rl T ' l
, Jerome Fredrichs
These boys compose one of The groups that help promote cz smooth
An exTremely imporTanT buT unheralded pa rT oT all sporTs are The ever necessary man-
agers. Each sporT has an eTTicienT sTaTT oT managers, ranging Trom Trosh To seniors
and is headed by The head manager who is eiTher a iunior or senior wiTh aT leasT Two
years oT experience. As a well earned reward Tor Their TaiThTul service, The managers
are awarded aThleTic leTTers wiTh a gold M. lT is necessary To have aT leasT one year
OT experience as manager of The Frosh or Jay Vee and one year as varsiTy manager. To
win a leTTer award. The TooTball managers STarT The-ir work abouT a week beTore The
opening pracTice. During The season They mUST be in The equipmenT room every
nighT aTTer school To supply necessary equipmenT Tor pracTice and To Tix up any injuries.
ATTer games The uniTorms musT be aired and cleaned in preparaTion Tor nexT week's
game. The nighT beTore The game The managers are kepT busy issuing The suiTs, while
The nighT oT The game They aid in Taping iniuries, oiling shoes and supplying lasT minuTe
eguipmenT such as shoe laces, socks, eTc. The end oT The TooTball season means only
more work Tor The hard pressed managers Tor They musT check in all The eguipmenT issued
during The year and pack iT in boxes so iT may be senT To be cleaned and repaired.
BeTore The TooTball managers have come even near The end oT Their iob The baskeTball
managers are issuing eoguipmenT and Taking care oT The pracTice balls as The indoor
sporTs season geTs inTo Tull swing. The baskeTball managers duTies are very similiar To
Those oT The TooTball managers. AT The game They Take care oT records and equip-
menT as well as assisTing The coaches and players whenever They possibly can. ln all
sporTs The managers are Truly The "men behind The guns" in aThleTics. unheralded and
unglamorous, yeTa recognized necessiTy Tor endurance oT The sporT. The Track and
Tennis managers each have Their own speciTic duTies which are also very numerous.
They issue equipmenT in The beginning oT The season and check The same in aT The end.
The Track managers are very busy aT The meeTs Tor They musT seT up hurdles, Take Them
down, and assisT whenever They are able. The Tennis managers see To iT ThaT There is
an adequaTe supply oT balls and everyThing else ThaT may be needed. Though The
managers' iob is oTTen underraTed iT really deserves The highesT praise, Tor iT is a diffi-
cuT Task and is seldom given The praise iT deserves.
A tense moment ot the North - Central game gives the camera man these
interesting reactions of anxiousness and suspense on the part ot the crowd
THE CROWD REACTS
North l'ligh's seventh year in the Fox River Valley Conterence got well under way
last tall when more than one hundred boys-both experienced and inexperienced in
tootball-answered the call to the gridiron. Included in this group were thirty-one
treshmen who worked as an individual unit under their "pilot"-C. W, Jones. The
remaining players worked together, learning the tundamentals and skills ot blocking,
tackling, charging, etc. Atter two weeks this group was divided into a Varsity and
Junior Varsity squad and were classitied chietly according to the experience and skill
they maintained the previous year. The Junior Raiders taced a tour game schedule
throughout the year, competing twice with both the Manitowoc Shipbuilders and the
Central Redmen. The Raiders bowed to the "Ships" in the tirst ot their tour encount-
ers in a 6-O battle. The game remained at a deadlock until in the remaining minutes
Manitowoc broke away tor a touchdown with a 50 yd. run. As a result ot bad breaks
and injuries, they lost the tollowing two games to the Central Redmen I9-O and 6-O.
ln the closing game ot the season they remained in their slump, being deteated by
lvlanty 2l-O. Kenneth Kurtz and Edward Selke, along with many others on the "B"
team, have developed into tinished players and possibly will see a considerable amount
ot action with the Varsity next year. The treshmen showed a great deal ot ottensive
power throughout the season when scoring a total ot 46 points in tive games. l"low-
ever, due to detensive weakness, they were deteated tour times and tied once. Their
attempt to make amends tor their 27-7 loss in the season opener resulted in a I3-I3
tie with the powertul Junior High "eleven." Two tollowing pertormances with the
Plymouth gridders were also lost in close battles I9-6, and I2-7. Their losing streak
continued when a 27-I3 deteat was dealt to them by the Central trosh. Some ot the
outstanding treshmen on the squad who are good prospects tor Varsity ball are Jim
Martin, Dick Quast, and Joe Kuchta. The tact that the Jayvees and trosh were win-
less throughout the year is unimportant com pared to valuable experience they have
gained. Their abilities also have been developed considerably, and they are prepared
to tace more ditticult competition in tuture years.
Cwffliirifilwi Wlfivi if do
Firsl Row: Earl Rydberq, Roberl De Young, William Day, Fred Schloss, Allan VVesl, Donald Gehr, Edward
Sellce. Second Row: Roberl Vollz, Jaclc Runslrom, Theodore Zieberf, l-lerman Luedlce, Vernon Eberhardy,
William Kohls, Donald Reinemann, Jack Weber. Third Row: Philip Roess, John Leibham, William Van Der
Puy, John Suby, Karl Doering, Allen Gebler.
JUNIOR VARSITY and FRESHMEN
Firsl' Row: Franlc Sieqworlh, James Murlha, Roger Bliss, Mr. Jones, l-larold Federwisch, John Werner, Donald
Refers, William Selsemeyer. Second Row: William l-linlz, Gerald Francis, Paul Hanson, Theodore Mueller,
Norman KOH, Roger Willqe, William Kohls, Arlhur Koloer. Third Row: Lionel Lange, Clarence Rismich, Wil-
liam Richerl, Glenn Oslragz, Rnoald lvlilcolic, Roberl lvlillre, John Greuner. Fourlh Row: Joseph Kuchla,
William Krachl, Roland Newman, Richard Day, Richard Quasl, Donald Kosup, l-lerberl Schmiedel.
Each Friday or SaTurday nighT,, eiTher in Town or ouT, The
crowd would sTarT Tiling inTo The gymnasium early in The even-
ing To wiTness Two hours oT TasT, exciTing and clean-played
baslceTball. FirsT on The program was The Junior VarsiTy game
which always proved To be a real Thriller oTTen ending in a
close score wiTh only a poinT or Two margin. AT Times The
Freshmen played The preliminary game Tor exhibiTions, which
proved To be no less exciTing. Though The varsiTy Team did
noT Tare very well on The scoring end They always gave The
Tans more Than Their money's worTh in hard-ToughT, skilled
and spiriTed ball playing. The NorTh cagers showed They had
iT in Them by a spoT oT brillianT play. For example, The Raid-
ers raclced up a I4-I TirsT guarTer score againsT Fond du Lac,
only To drop The TITT aTTer a cosTly leT down. The Raiders
came Through in good measure loy beaTing lv1aniTowoc and
Milwaukee WashingTon To really prove ThaT They could do iT.
The Raiders suTTered somewhaT Trom laclc oT experience,
gained abundanTly on oTher Teams, buT They made up Tor
This in spiriT and The will To play a good, hard, clean game.
l-larold Kellner, Jim lvlarTin, Eugene Schneider, KenneTh KurTz, John Lubbers, Mr. Jones, Elmer Ribbens,
Allen Gebler, RoberT Caan, Sebe GarTon, John De Vriend, WalTer PTisTer.
The NorTh T-ligh cagers ended anoTher unsuccessTul season wiTh The TradiTional NorTh-
CenTral clash oT The year. Though The Tinal sTaTisTics Tound The Raiders near The boTTom
oT sTandings, The Raiders played a TasT, clean game ThroughouT The season To uphold The
well earned TradiTion oT good sporTsmanship and Tair play, NorTh is proud oT her boys
and will noT soon TorgeT Them.
JAYVEES AND FRESHMEN
The TighTing Jayvee and Treshmen Team, worlcing under The handicap oT inexperience, and
wealcened by a considerable amounT oT iniuries seT oTT To a slow sTarT in The I945-46
ediTion oT NorTh High. The Jayvees were developed by Coach Carl Ulichny inTo one oT
The scrappiesT squads in The conTerence and proved sTubborn opposiTion againsT every
one oT Their Toes. The TirsT oT Their pre-season warmups was losT To Kaukauna Kaws 29-19,
LeTT PhoTo, l:irsT Row: Philip Roess, Alden Gebler, John Suby, Clarence BeTus, Willis Bogenhagen. Second
Row: Vernon OTTen, Richard AThan, Roger Verhage, William Van der Ruy, PaT Werner. RighT PhoTo, FirsT
Row: Norman Copp, Richard Day, William ReicherT, l-larold Federwisch, Conrad RoTh, Clarence Resniclc,
John Werner. Second Row: Donald SchuchardT, Reginald Busse, William T'linTz, Edward Schley, William Kohls.
Third Row: Roger Willie, ArThur Kober, James lvlurTha, Glenn Riess, Lauren Wondergem.
while coming back fo bump off Algoma 2l-l2, and fhen losing in a hof-confesfed 27-26
baffle fo Cenfral. Our "B" squad-lacking smoofhness af fhe sfarf of fhe season, losf
fwo of fhe season's openers fo Applefon, 36-30, and a hard-foughf baffle wifh Fond du
Lac, 27-25. In fhe fhree preceding games, fhe Raiders used fheir heighf and handed
Green Bay Easf, Manifowoc and Oshkosh ferrific beafings. The Norfh Five being fhe vic-
fims of fough breaks, were nosed ouf in fhree following games by fwo poinfs fo Green
Bay Wesf 22-20, Applefon 28-26, and Fond du Lac 24-22. One of fhe mosf fhrilling
games of fhe year was fhe 38-34 win over fheir fradifional rivals, Cenfral. The Frosh
coach Eldon Born, found fhaf fime, experience, and lack of heighf was a cosfly liabilify,
as fhe Freshmen Five losf pracfically all of fhe season's encounfers. The iniury-sfricken
Norfhmen gof off fo a bad sfarf wifh a I9-I I loss fo Cenfral. The leading Cenfralifes
remained a iinx when following fhrough wifh fhree more vicfories over fhe Raiders 39-I4,
33-20, and 25-20 overfime loss in which fheir besf baffle of fhe year was performed.
Unable fo iron ouf defensive weaknesses, fhe Frosh confinued losing fo Soufh Side Junior
l-ligh by a score of 43-I2, 25-IO, and suffered fheir worsf frouncing by a 54-I5 margin.
Again facing more superior odds fhey remained in fhe cellar by emerging on fhe shorf
end of a 30-I9 confesf. They added fo fheir losing sfring when Kohler swepf fwo re-
maining games by 46-I6 and 35-I5 scores. Spirif and deferminafion were oufsfanding
characferisfics of fhe freshmen squad in spife of fheir many defeafs.
T' 4 ix a
., y Q.
, , ,Z
if sg T5 as
if X 1 wg,
gf 5,15 s ,,.,
H W . 'T
1 I 1 1 4.
C. f gg? is Z ,,
THE TEAM GET
AlmosT any game nighT, you would Tind members oT The
varsiTy Team, arriving early in The evening, To wiTness The
exciTing Junior VarsiTy clash. AT The end oT The Third
guarTer observing Tans would see These boys enTer The
dressing room To prepare Tor The coming clash. There is
a loT oT banTering and iolcing among The boys abouT The
coming game buT beneaTh iT all each lad has a guieT deTer-
minaTion ThaT he is going To give his all To help his Team
To vicTory. The boys Tinish dressing as The J. V. game
l-larold Kellner was a cool-headed player, no maTTer how
Tense The game, and Those long. long shoTs oT his were
well known. Kelly lilces BaslceTball and FooTball and parTici-
paTes in boTh. l-le weighs I55 lbs. and sTands aT 5' 9". A
well-lilced and Triendly Tellow was our liTTle "Kelly". P
A regular sTarTer on The Raider guinTeT aT one oT The guard
posiTions was Sebe GarTon. Sebe sTands 5' lO" and
weighs l5O lbs. l-le parTicipaTed in BaslceTball, EooTball,
GolT, and was a member oT The l-li-Y. NorThwesTern is
The school oT Sebe's choice Tor TurTher educaTion.
Big "Bull" l-lasensTein sTands close To 6 TeeT and Tips The
scales aT l95 lbs. l-le parTicipaTed in FooTball, BaslceTball
and Track, Talcing STaTe championship in The ShoT PuT in his
Junior year. Don is a member oT The l-li-Y oT '46, The Uni-
versiTy oT Wisconsin is Don's obiecTive aTTer graduaTion.
l-lappy-go-luclcy Bob BarTzen ioined The Team in The mid-
season buT soon was playing mosT OT The game. Bob
weighed l6O lbs. and was anoTher 6-TooT boy on The Team.
l-le parTicipaTed in Basl4eTball and Tennis and was a mem-
ber oT The l-li-Y.
comes To an end. Coach Jones immediaTely Ta es Thai!
boys ouT Tor a warm up period oT TiTTeen minuTes' duringfx
which Time They pracTice Tree Throws and go Throughfeliills. fly
JusT beTore game Time The Team reTires To The locker rfbongf'
To receive a lasT minuTe Talk and Tinal insTrucTions, rom
Coach Jones, Then Tiles silenTly ouT oT The locker room- To '
Take a place on The bench, while The sTarTing quinTeT Takes
a Tew Tinal TreeThrows. No maTTer how The game is going
you will Tind an ever keen inTeresT and Team spiriT boTh
on The Tloor and on The bench.
ThroughouT The season Forwardfxlan Lanser came Through
To score when The poinTs were needed mosT and used every
inch oT his 6 TT. Tor Tip-ins. "Chris" also is a leTTer winner
in TooTball and has been a member oT The Hi-Y Tor Tour
Big 6' 2" Elmer Ribbens played a Tine grade oT ball wiTh
The NorTh Team aT cenTer and Torward posiTions. l-'le is
a good pivoT man and a greaT Team player. Elmer made
mosT oT his poinTs on righT hand push shoTs and Tip-ins.
l-le was very valuable To The Team.
John saw a greaT deal oT acTion ThroughouT The year and
sTarTed in more Than halT oT The games. T'le's a smooTh
ball handler and has a deadly hook shoT. "l.ub" was also
a greaT end on our TooTball squad and a member oT The
JOHN DE VRIEND
CapTain oT This year's baskeTball Team is John De Vriend.
"Pierre" is an arTisT aT his leTT hand push shoT and is noTed
Tor being dead on his Tree Throws. T-le played a greaT deal
oT Top noTch baskeTball during The season aT The Torward
posiTion and was a consisTenT scorer.
if .1 1
FoR A GAME 'ff,,i,ffl,,
Firsl Row: Clemens Barlzen, Wally Plisler, Casey Wondergem, Wilberl Vander Puy, Berlon Ver Slraaie. Sec-
ond Row: Roberl Abendrolh, Erlend Pelerson, Richard Sachse, Lauren Wondergem, Keilh Thormlon, Fred
Hildebrand. Third Row: Donald Duncan, Richard Harris, Lyman Lyon, Mr. l-louslon.
TENNIS cmd TRACK
Firsl Row: Harold Federwisch, Conrad Roih, Donald l-lorwilz, Richard Quasi, John Werner, Richard Slreel,
Norman Copp, Richard Day, James lvlurfha, John Greiner. Second Row: John Weber, William Van Der Puy,
Willis Bogenhagen, Richard Alhan, Donald Dewey, Pal Werner, George De Lorme, Donald De Lorme, Phillip
Roess, Roberl' Vollz, Allan Wesl, Roger Helming. Third Row: Richard Zelsche, William Sonnenburg, Mark
Jung, Jack Lorenz, Donald Briclc, Sluarl While, Roloerl Kay, Clarence Belus, John Goedelce, Roger Verhage,
James l-lerman, Roger Binder. Fourlh Row: Reginald Busse, Harold Branch, Roberl DeYoung, Thomas Neuses,
Donald l-lasenslein, William lvlervar, George Jaspers, Daniel Keilel, Andrew Schmidl, Jerome Fredrichs,
Donald l-lubers, Elmer Ribbens, Jaclc l-lilperlshauser, John Swenson, Timolhy Vxferner, Marshal Cornell, LeRoy
Bloechel, David Evans, Mr. Wandrey, Mr. Pelerson,
EaWY WMTEHA iN'6f
AH for fhe cah of fhe slraqe ..... Monsieur Henri dezzles Penny ..... Noi so herd . .
. . The age of chivalry has nof passed ...... The maeslrro prepares for a concerf . . .
. School spirif manhfeslrs Hsehf . ..... I wish I knew whom +o vofe 'for . .
Z x 1
I-Ielen Van Ernden, Craig Johnson, Jean Scribner, Mary Ann Altenbach, Dorothy Katchlcey, Eleanor Schulz,
Charmaine Moll, Marilyn Levy, Marion Jordan, Shirley Green, Elaine Lau, Shirley Kautzer, Marilyn Kernen,
Congratulations . .
Graduates ot I46
THE ELECTRIC SPRAYIT CO.
PAINT SPRAYING EOUIPMENT, AIR COMPRESSORS, SPRAY
GUNS, PUMPS, AIR TOOLS, INSECTICIDE SPRAYERS, SANDERS
AND ALLIED FINISHING EOUIPMENT ......
MOE BRIDGES CORPORATION
DESIGNERS AND MANUFACTURERS OF LIGHTING
EOUIPMENT AND ELECTRICAL APPLIANCES
OUR PATRONS -A'
Graduates ot '46
The SHEBOYGAN DRY GOODS CO. otters
sincerest good wishes tor your tuture success
and happiness. So much depends upon you -
the youth ot our nation! May the contacts you
have had - with your teachers, with your triends
- better tit you tor the society ot which you
have now become e part.
rrrr ef i Q 1 of , 5' if
3212 """'4" "5 . "' ' 'ff '
-1- -7' .4-.'.- 5 IES-:fi 'WTO' f I 1'
.,-,-. -,--.- - r , y I ,VII I
34. , , . I
.IQ 1 Z
v " .1
1 'J ,Z
,KC Aff- fix
4 1 f
rf ra at
,f1QYp5R3Jf'J Fyxlgxybxflr I
x ' - . , "
Mft H, 1 gpm
, . y .-
1 " ' , t 1 . Q ...aw-'Y
I r' 'f ' YN D X B '1"wMM
an Q X
, A X t a a o A a or n o to rkrrta U,
Jw' xl I , -'4'. 'T J .-:3:51'5:'3:: 555553. 9 :.'4r:1:1irir1r.
gg ' A
' in 1 '4'- :-
qw 0 XAPX
PNVC x X xfv of
' X Ve WX
fc W Cam wr
1 PXQ -RQ RXYX gig:
W ya xNO
2351 N WX E NS
Q., . ., M ....
. .,,. A 3 PN X f
. 953 O56
v ' 2551? -.'Sr2P1,'?: X 'Y "'.I1:2?552E2?5..
X or S Q9 9 a -.-,- 32.
' 2. .
.4535 .4.. 1
'n -. '-L N. :-:-1'-'-:-:f-' r:5:f:':1'f2-'6'f?:154'? 4'
Congratulations on your Graduation
'lf POLARIS I946
FOR YEARS TO CCJIVIE
Salislaclion lor years fo come is
assured by plumbing lixfures and fillings
lhal bear lhe name "Kohler," They
have fhe 'rimeless beaufy of clean-cur
lines and good proporrions. Ufmosl
pracficalify is assured by easy-To-clean,
luslrous surfaces, smoofh and hard as
polished glass - and by durable pre-
cision-made working parrs. Kohler quali-
l'y, al no exlra cosl, is imporlanl lo
you for lhe comforf and heallh of your
family, when you build, buy, or remodel.
Among lhe lypes and sizes ol Kohler
lixlures for balhroom, lcilchen, wash-
room, or laundry, you will find malchecl
seis or individual pieces +haT are righf
for your needs. Your lvlasler Plumber
will gladly help you wi+h useful advice.
The 73-year-old lradilion of Kohler
quali+y is sale-guarded by rhe facf lhal
produclion is concenlraled al one grear
planl, where coordinalion is achieved
Through unify of supervision. Wrile for
a copy of boolclel, "Planned Balhrooms
and Ki+chens." Kohler Co., Kohler,
Wisconsin. Eslablished I873.
KOHLER OF KCI-ILER
OUR PATRONS -k
Happiness and Success . .
Our Wishes To Ihe graoluaies
of Norfh I-Iigh School
EXCELSICR LAUNDRY 84 DRY CLEANERS
I I I7-I I I9 Georgia Avenue Phone l408
UpIown Office, III6 N. 8+h SI'reeI Phone II38
A. W. RAMM
WERNER, CLEMENS INCORPORATED
Complimenfs oi Complimenis of
BASSUENER, HUMKE FOOD MARKET
24OI Norih 8Ih Sireei I
I 1 i
if POLARIS I946
, L-" ,
P4 ff , " '
.f 5 1, 5 I
'A :fr , .
M ,I I,-
,, , ,
I J ,J fl
Af .f- ,' sf, '
' y ,Aff
fl 'I l' .1
ARMouR LEATHER COMPANY
SUPPLY COMPANY MEAT MARKET
Michigan Avenue al Illh Slreel
BEST WISHES TO THE GRADUATES
INSURANCE AGENTS OF SHEBOYGAN
MEMBERS OF TI-IE SI-IEBOYGAN BOARD OF FIRE AND
Telephone No. Telephone No.
Adolph G. Baumann 5000 George Kroell 5340
Sheboygan Insurance Agency John Liebl IO8
Ernesl Bellce 4l65 AFQUSI Lulze l72l
I'IuberI Burlcarl 4580 R'Cl'I5'd. Mandel IOOO
Ralph Clarenbaclf, '66 Roennlz Insurance Agency
Ray Frgedrgchs 4179 Mrs. William Marlens
Harold Goflsaclcer 9 l'l- A- MeYeV 267
The Gollsaclcer Agency OSCGV MGYSV 634-J
Guslave Guenlher SI5 lgaqolg Emlvlueller
I-loppe's Insurance Agency algdw eoiher and CO
h I-lalslead lI39 -- ' '
film A H J Wnlluam Palzer 277l
' 'GS - 'WON 34694 Millon Pillang 4370
R0laVId J- Herr 22ll Delling Insurance Agency
C. M. Juclcem 5257 Ons Weislcopmf I257-J
OUR PATRONS at
I' ' "' "
6 lfl For The laresr in hir records
X ' ll See
. ,N i HES l
. I ' ND
A ,, ' , MULLEN'S
. SIL ARE
sis N. ani s+. Phone 2949 M5 NOW' gill Sheel
Your Kilchen Will Be Modern Il Equipped Wilh
VOLLRATH COOKING UTENSILS
Aslc Your Dealer Aboul' Vollrarh Porcelain Enameled Ware
THE VOLLRATH CCD.
Branch Qiiices: New York, N. Y. Chicago, Ill. Los Angeles, Cali
s P o R T s w E AFR
HSTYLED in wisconsin
THE NATIONS PLAYGROUNDH
'A' POLARIS I946
A f I F N
Iyiiw i if
X-4 , 511. x
Congratulations and Best Wishes
Graduating Class of
NORTH HIGH SCHOOL
OUR PATRONS ir
Y, YVYV V Y ?W W
'NSULAHON . . Music HOUSE
SCHREIER MALTING COMPANY
Prompfly and a+ Reasonable Prices
Superior af Calumef Drive
'lf POLAR!S I946
Swweofww f - f f
UMW? X - J' ff
Ufvwvl ' lv, Km -
Wg JP. Jvvgjfgfm' V41
Wgfz' f f if 2
CURT G. .ICA
bid WLWL4 fwfr Axial 7044, We dbg,
019 of Mr
CONGRATULATIONS and BEST WISHES
Graduafing Class of
ENZO JEL COMPANY
So Nufruhou . J.
L o Safisfying . . b Ax
VERIFINE DAIRY PRODUCTS Co.
Phone I IOO
I K 8g M Radio Electric Co.
I538 Celumef Drive
SHELL SERVICE PM 5680
Radios and A liances
Sales and Siivice
-A' POLARIS IQ45
Lite Insurance Co.
4I4 Security Bldg.
WILLIAM BERINGER, Manager
Sheboygan Baking Co.
Sheboygan Fruit Box
For the Main Radio in your
home theres nothing timer
mana -I I. I I Compliments ot
. . . Ed A. St b h
Rickmeier-FedlerElectrIc gm U enmuc
OUR PATRONS t
Jacob Jung Company
Wallpaper . . . Paint
Carpeting . . . l-lome Furnishings
825 Wisconsin Ave. Sheboygan, Wi
Lei "Reddy" Kilowall help you wilh lhal
school work. Given a chance, "Reddy" will
. really liqhlen rhose lroublesome problems. Be
GNC' iw.-'M 95004-.
l ll '
sure lhal your place of sludy is well-liqhled. A
hundred-wall bulb is lhe minimum lhal should
be used for reading and sludying.
WISCONSIN POWER and LIGH COMPANY
For The l-ligh School Miss
H X Exclusive al
2MfZi..,.,2llll'5':lX l FmI2IEDE'S
530 Norlh 8+h Slreel Y
fy rffwlf rxvm A Dyfhxatly .i..,T.-fra.
'N-'ffsf Y Ji My
if fr Pi245oLARi ARE
yy I -N's,,, 5 Vx, X W
r V X L. -'rf l
5 coMPANY i
, . X
M ,f R
rj ,f XPP lvij
. . ,, I
Q V X ,
J' 5' 'V sHEBoYeAN, wiscousim
-A' POLARIS i946
140 cyaff'-f'f' '
1 I' , I -'
I ' ,
. ,I , ,
'ffff A I
Its Commencemenf Time . . Ley J ,I
f 'A ' Q, jrwvg
There's 'I a lol of hope for Ihe Iulure in Ihe rocking
world o oday. As graduaies you are delermined Io
nnalce if a beller place. For your recognilion of Ihe
needs ol Ihese limes and your preparalion Tor good
Cilizenship, we Congraiulale youl
Commercial Engraving Company
Press Building Sheboygan, Wisconsin
CarI's Shoe Store
HAUSER SPORT SHOP
EOR TI-IE LADIES
EVERYTHING IN SPORTS
QI6 NOVHW gfh Shea i' 7II Norlh 8+h Slreel
"We lake Ihe DENTS ou+ of Aulo
PAUL O. KRUEGER CO.
AUTO ELECTRIC CO.
8I7 Indiana Ave. Phone l996
Eaclory Service on
I5IO-20 Calumel Drive
Phone 2234-J Sheboygan, Wis.
OUR PATRONS t
STARTERS - GENERATORS
LIOI-ITS - IGNITION W MAGNETOS
,wb . y C
Q ENGINEERING co.
I603 Geele Ave. Phone 24-5I
FESSLER- KUCK CO.
SI-IEPOYGAN Norfh 8+h Sfreef and Pennsylvania Ave.
J. C. Penny Company
"SHOP AT PENNEY'S FIRST"
Sheboygans Largesf CIo+I1lIers Hono 8K LO Page' Inc'
I . Min: WO eff EIecJrric Merchandise
J Tetln-Agexs an nf 'rs Mm Supplies
YI' isa qrfng Nafion y verfised
,Q 4 ,U QP'F"IY QIOII1' 9 5:5-8:9 Penn. Ave. Phone 5252-5253
SHEBCQYCSQIIXI GREEN BAY
I A-JP' I I .Q 1 A
gf M' I yr
af '14 ,jk . Q, . . oc ses ons
1 . E, .1
. , ' 4 J FURS - LUGGAGE - LEATHER GOODS
, I V, y
'T I' ,j 515 Norfh Eigh+h S+ree+
,I ,f H
i' POLARIS I946
CHRYSLER and PLYMOUTH CARS
8I6 Erie Avenue Phone I3OO
PUHR and PETERS
ATTORNEYS AT LAW
629 Norfh 8+h Sfreef
Otto Kuechle Company
DRS. BERSCH and ANHALT
YQ7 N. 8+h Sfreef Phone 5430
The Sheboygan Clinic
AIfenboChIS Comphmenfs of
56 TO SI STORE
I5IO SouIh I2+h S'rreeI
OUR PATRONS -Ar
Whitten and Walter
Artovwevs AT LAW
STOP AND SHOP AT. . .
FESSLER'S PURE FOOD STORE
Clarence P. Whitten 728 Wis. Ave. Dealers In Good Things to Eat
John S. Walter Telephone 437I Phone 5060
KUETHER STUDIO CQMPANY
II29 N. 8th Street Phone 609-J
ouf-ww AND SERVICE
708 North 8th Street
BlCKEL'S CLOTHING SHOP
DRY CLEANING AND PRESSING
I 230 Superior Avenue
ROGERS CROCKER STUDIO
Fourth Floor. . . at the
H. C. PRANGE CO.
'k POLARIS I94o
C. REISS COAL
PHOENIX CHAIR COMPANY
NATIONAL BOX AND .
SPECIAL-I-Y CQ. WaIIer Eichenberger
sngsoyofw, wisconsin 8:2 NorII'1 an s+fee+
Sheboygan Clearing House Association
Bank oI Sheboygan NorII1 Side SIaIe Bank
CI SI I B Ic S Iy N I I B I4
M I1 I SI I B Ic Sh B yg I I C p y
SouII'1-WesI SIaIe B If
i' POLARIS I946
The Pace'SeHers for Well Dressed Sfudenls
MC GREGOR SPORTSWEAR
DE LUXE SHIRT LAUNDRY
Io Ihe Wisconsin Public
cmss or nw, .
SILVIS HARDWARE Corpomlion
ERIE OIL CO.
OPEN DAY AND NITE
I232 Superior Ave. Phone 659
A. Imig Sons Co.
JEWELERS - oprommisrs
Jewelry Oplical Service
62I N. 8Ih Sfreer Phone 93
OUR PATRONS t
7I8 Niagara Avenue
I6I3CI ID' Ph 55-JI8
THE PETITE SHOP 6 me
Merle Norman Cosmefics
CourI'esy Complexion TreaI'menI's
GIFTS - YARNS - STATIONERY
DE SOTO SALES
II28 N. 8Ih SIreeI Phone 5648 PLYMOUTH AND SERVICE
Service AppIiance COUQVGTUIMIOUS
GODEMAN APPLIANCE CO.
Phone 3540 IOI2 Mich. Ave.
TRILLING GIFT SHOP
8II NorIh 8Ih SIreeI
I EYESIGHT SPECIALISTSi
"VV'e grind our own lenses"
Eyes Examined - OIasses Eiffed
63I N, 8+Iw SIreeI Phone I3O
Prcmge - Geussenhciiner
ak POLARIS I946
THE SAME SKILL AND PLANNING
DEVOTED TO THE PRINTING OF
THIS I946 YEARBOOK IS EVIDENT
IN ALI. OUR PRINTING .....
J. CHRISTIANSEN 8g COMPANY
Office Equipmenf and Supplies - CompIe+e Prin+ing Service
b XEQ i' FoIders and Broadsides
1-1. ix it i' Advedising Pieces
C9-L5 Z, . I 'onery and Forms
kg. keg ali ' BooIcIe+s and Cafalogs
TLB - Q
. Tb 22 RN,
OUR PATRONS t
,JJW um 'E Qc,
. 0 JU ,KU i y E 1.4.64
' AL., M 4-u ML
I+ is always a pride for The Edifor of fhe Sheboygan
Press +o congra+ula+e fhe s+uden+s of fhe Norfh High on
Graduafion day and 'ro wish lhern unbounded success as
fhey iourney ou? info fhe world beyond fhe school room.
As you break rhe 'ries befween your school, may 'Phe lessons
'laughl wil'hin il's walls be an inspirafion and an urge for
your fufure success. You have whar if 'lakes +o make good,
use il l'o fhe fullesl' ex'ren'l'. To Principal Urban and his
leaching corps, our congrafulafions on a iob well done.
Besl Wishes . . .
DAVID RABlNovlTz l-INTNER
ATTORNEY SHOE REPAIR 84 DYE SHOP
IZ34 Superior Ave. Telephone 2997-W
809 N. 8+h Sfreel Sheboygan
Congralulafions +o 'rhe
Hildebr aber And Supply Co.
is X 'N
if P T 'J'
Qllp 9 si? gf ill
ir POLARIS I946
g aI Ial ns 'ro The Class III946
3? r u io
M P ERONYMUS A
53 e K?
A. S. Penn, B. S., R. Ph.
2522 N. I5+h Slreel'
DIAMONDS, WATCI-IES, and
SHEBOYGAN OIL CO.
Inclependenl markelers of high qualily
gasoline, kerosene, fuel oils, Iubricaling
oils, greases, efc., since I932.
Repairing Jewelry and Walches a 2725 N' l5llq Slreel Phone 509
SPGCIGIIY Sheboygan, Wis.
I I I7 Nor+h aih s+fee+ Phone 593
LEVITAN FRUIT COMPANY
OU R PATRONS ir
-g,--- - -1- -+-v -- -
' E 'A " f' ,
Qpjfj 695 P My
Mgr QW P QW A 2
,Lv if W if
FW s or RPXSTJIQ LEUIiA PRODUCTS
Y x - P
C 1 P 3
X .J X XX
U if , K S QYG , WISCONSIN
,-www M i E+, LN
KX JP I FPA IO and APPLIANCE BUVVY ' "Wm Sfofe
.J . I KJ' SALES v SERWCE 507 N. sm 5+fee+
5 - ' FOR AL YOUR UTO P RTS
EK 5 I8II N I2+H S+ + Ph ne 5756-W AND AECEQSOQES SEEAUS
BEAUTY SHOP TRI'-LING
HOTEL POESTE HARDWARE CO. '
QW, 7,91 v,Q,-4'fWQ
CompIimenIs of PONTIAC and STUDEBAKER
Sales and Service
SUNSHINE DAIRY, INC.
2627 N. I5+h SI. Phone 394
MARTIN MOTCR CO
7OI Norih 8Ih SIree+
Leverenz Shoe Co.
R. H. Thiemcm Co.
Your FORD dealer for 30 years
Koufnik 81 Schwartz, Inc.
SI-IEBOYGAN 81 MANITOWOC
Phone II5 , 902 Michigan Avenue
OUR PATRONS at
A bend roll
1, Robert, 16, 70, 100
Adelich, Virginia, 9
Ahl, Howard, 15, 51
, Mary Ann, 18, 49, 57, 57,
Alexander, James, 13, 56
Alexander, Marilyn, 12
Altenbach, Faye, 18, 52
Anderson, Allan, 12, 63
Anderson, Robert, 18
Anhalt, John, 13
Anhalt, Mary Lou, 9
Arnold, Christ, 12
Arnold, Minnie, 15
Arnoldi, Kathleen, 15
Arnst, Elaine, 9
Aschenbach, Carita, 18
Aschenbrenner, Donald, 9
Astrofsky, Josephine, 18
Athan, Richard, I2, 88, 96, 100
Atkinson, Garry, 12
Ayers, Marilyn, 12
Allivardt, Mildred, 9
Bahr, james, 12
Barber, Jean, 18
Bartzen, Clemens, 12, 100
Bartzen, Robert, 18, 53, 98
Basch, Virginia, 18
june, 18, 52
Batzner, David, 6, 18, 59, 82
Ban, Barbara, 12
Baumann, Barbara, 15, 53
Delores, 19, 81
Bayens, Edith, 19
Becker, Constance, 16, 57, 68
Becker, Helen, 12
Befns, Clarence, 6, 15, 48, 51, 53, 82, E
Bell, Dolores, 9
Bender, Shirley, 13
Berg, Florence, 14
Berg, Norman, 12
Berg, Robert, 15
Berg, Ruth, 6, 9, 48, 50
Berger, Edwin, 9
Bertie Lou, 19
William, 19, 58, 63, 65, 70
Bersch, Mary Belle, 12, 48, 49
Mary, 13, 70
Berins, Raymond, 53
Beyer, Lorraine, 19
Btlle, Beverly, I5
Binder, Roger, 14, 100
Blevous, Ray, 15
Bliss, Roger, 8. 94
LeRoy, 19, 100
Bock, Alvin, 9
Bogenhageu, Willis. 12, 88, 96, 100
Bogolin, Gloria, 15
Bohnsack, jack, 8
Boneck, Betty, 19, 52
Boone, LeRoy, 12
Bourret, Roger, 9
Branch. Harold, 16, 100
Brand, ' Doris, 9
Brand, Mary jane, 19, 54, 57
Brandt, Ann, 13
Braun, Celene, 12, 83
anet, 19, 55, 82
Brick, Donald, 16, 51, 83, 100
Brick, LeRoy, 16, 82
Brick, Betty. 9 tout of schoolj
Brill, Shirley Ann, 12
Brud, Raymond, 15
Brunnbauer, Kenneth, 9
Brunmeier, Howard, 15, 48
Brunmeier, Marjorie, 19, 56
Brunsclnnid, June, 9, 82
Burgard, Bernice, 20, 77, 83
Burhop, Richard, 12
Burkard, Eugene, 9, 48, 83
Burkard, Helen, 20
Burkard, Richard, 16, 82
Burkarl, Arthur, 15
llnrkart, Rose Marie, 13
Burke, jack, 15
Burreson, Zina, 9
Busse, Anna Mae, 9, 53
Busse, Reginald, 9, 100
Bu tey n , Beatrice, 12
Buteyn, Carol, 14
Butzen, Richard, 9
Gaan, Donald, 13, 70
Caan, Robert, 13, 70, 96
Calvert, James, 15
Ghristenson, Beverly, 20
Conter, Kahtleen, 13
Copp, Norman, 9, 100
Cornell, Marshall, 20, 100
Klronen, John, 8
Csida, Rinalda, 12
Currie, Ann, 12
Dahmer, 1-lildegarde, 20
Damrow, Doris, 9
Damrow, Laverne, 9
Damrow, Peter, 12
Day, Richard, 9, 82, 94, 100
Day, lVilliam, 12, 82, 94
DeBack, Betty, 16
Dellruine, Elaine, 12
DeGeus, Irene, 20, 54, 58, 59, 68, 73
Dehmke, Margaret, 13
Deischl, Marion, 15, 51, 52
Dekker, Doris, 12
Dekker, Ethel, 14
Dekker, Lillian, 15, 52
Dekker, Theodore, 20
DeLorine, Donald, 12, 100
DeLornie, George, 100
Den Boer, Howard, 20
Denecke, Margaret, 9, 83
DeNy, Marieta, 20, 49, 54, 58, 59
De Pagter, Allen, 9, 82
Derlein, Carol, 9
Derlein, Marian, 13
Derus, Rose Marie, 20
De Vrientl, Frances, 15
De Vriend, John, 21, 96, 99
De Vriend, Marion, 12
Dewey, Donald, 12, 83, 100
Dewey, Patricia, 10
De Young, Robert, 13, 53, 94, 100
Dickfoss. Betty, 12, 52
Dickfoss, Patricia, 9
Diener, 1Villiam, 12
Diers, Betty Jean, 21
Dittrich, Lola, 14, 82
Do Bas, Kenneth, 8
Do Bas, Shirley, 15
Doering, Karl, 15, 82, 94
Dohms, Margaret, 9
Dottei, Doris, 21, 83
Dottei, Roger, 12
Drais, George, 13, 57
Droppers, Muriel, 12, 88, 89
Droppers, Neil, 14
Dubin, Elayne, 21
Duchow, Melba, 16
Dtincan, Donald, 14, 70, 100
Dunn, Priscilla, 10
Duxbury, Loyola, 13
Eernisse, Homer, 9
Eggebeen, Alice, 12, 21, 63, 82
lzggebeen, Donald, 82
lzisner, Lorene, 21, 55, 59
Eisold, janith, 16, 83
Eissner, Floyd, 12
Eissner. Pearl, 21
1-llbe, Richard, 21, 55, 59, 68, 70, 73, 88, 89
l'.llllC17gl'CCll, Kenneth, 12
Elmergreen, Ronald, 8
Elmergreen, Virginia, 21, 82
Elsesser, George, 14
lilsesser. Rtith, 10
Engel, Dolores, 10
Entringer, Lee, 12
lirdmann, Marilyn, 10
Evans, David, 21, 40, 59, 64, 65, 76, 100
Federer, Roman, 22
Federwisch, Harold, 8, 48, 94, 100
Fehring, David, 13, 70, 88, 89
Feingold, Harold, 12, 92
Feld, Eugene, 8
1-'e1d, Lorraine, 14, 82
Feldman, Sidney, 14, 82
lfenger, Eugene, 12
Fenn, Jean, 10
Fetterer, Celine, 9, 83
Fox, Paul, 14
Francis, Gerald, 94
Frank, Richard, 22
Franz, Gertrude, 16
Franz, Floria, 10
Franzen, Virginia, 22
Fredrick, Earl, 14
Fredrick, Nathalie. 10
Friede, Sue, 13, 52, 76
Friedley, George, 22, 63, 63, 65, 76, 82
22, 92, 100
Froechte. Theodore, 14
Frost, Sue, 13, 52
Fuchs, john, 10
Fuerst, Arlene, 10
Fuerst, Dolores, 22, 40, 52, 63, 76
Fuerst, Frederick, 10
Fuerst, Patricia, 12, 52
Garton, Selle, 22, 59, 88, 89. 96, 98
Gebler, Allan, 15, 94, 96
Gebler, Eugene, 48, 51
Gehr, Donald, 12, 94
Gehrig, Donald, 13
Gehrig, Gladys, 10
George, Doris, 13
,erald , Francis , 8
yerke, Charles, 12
Lerke. Irene, 15
Lerke, Marion, 22
Gerke, Melba, 22
Gerl. Claudia, 10
Gessert, Elmer, 10
Gessl, Geraldine, 10
Gier, Richard, 14, 73
Gill, Nancy, 10
Godfrey, Patricia, 10
Goebel, Virginia, 16
Goedeke, John, 14, 88, 100
Gabrielse, Edwin, 10
Gabrielse, Theodore, 12, 57
Gandre, Donald, 14
Garton, Nancy, 12
Goldman, David, 10
Gonering, Dennis, 22, 56
Gordon, Shirley, 23, 53, 55, 59, 68
Gorter, Lawrence, 10
Gorter, lVilliam, 12
Gottsacker, Dolores, 12
Gottsacker, Edith, 10, 53
Gottsacker, joan, 15
Gottsacker, Ronald, 23, 59, 88, 89
Grabner, Francis, 23, 77, 83
Grade, Margaret, 16, 82
Grabman, Jerome, 12
Graml, Otto, 16, 82
Grande, Darlene, 10
Grant, Elinor, 12, 53, 82
Green, Shirley, 23, 102
Greiner, john, 8, 94, 100
Greuel, Richard, 23, 53, 63, 64, 65, 76
Grohskopf, Carol, 14
Gross, Ruth, 23
Grube, JoAnn, 14, 70
Grube, Patricia, 10
Grube, Lester, 23
Gruhle, Diane, 23, 48, 49, 55, 58, 59
Grtinow, Dorothy, 16
Grunow, Helen, 9
Guenther, Frank, 10, 48, 82
Guenther, Victor, 13
Gutkin, Delores, 23, 54, 57
Haak, Owen, 16
Hatt, Gerald, 14, 82
Hallwachs, Carole, 23
Hamacheck, Ann, 14, 51, 57, 68
Haneman, Donald, 12
Haneman, lVil1iam, I0
Hansen, Robert, 24
Hansen, Harriet, 24, 54, of
llansen, l'au1, 8, L14
llarris, Richard, 24, 68, 77,
Hartmann, Lester, 15
Hartmann, Ralph, 10
Hartman, Vernon, 14
Hasenstein, Donald, 24, 59, 88, 89, 90, 91, 98
Hauch, Bernice, 15
Hauch. Dolores, 8
Hauser, Beatrice, 12, 48, 82
Hayward, Carol Sue, 14, 83
Heck, Delores, 12
Heggen, Rita, 16, 83
Heibel, Marcella, 24. 57
Heibel, Virginia, 13, 48, 57, 83
Heiden, Harriet, 13, 49, 68
Heller, Eugene, 15
Helming, Roger, 14, 92, 100
Hendrikse, Carolyn, 24
Hendrikse ,Marilyn, 14
Hendrikse, Raymond, 24, 56, 82
Hensel, Lloyd, 10
Herman, James, 14, 48, 49, 88, 89, 100
Herman, Shirley, 8
Herman, Richard, 14
Herr, Rosemary, 8, 82
Herriot, Jane, 8
Herziger, Betty, 24, 59
Hess, Roger, 10
Hicks, Helen, 24, 59, 68, 80, 83
Hildebrand, Eugene, 16
Hildebrand, Fred, 24, 48, 53, 58, 100
Hilpertshauser, Jack, 25, 59, 100
Hilpertshauser, June, 14
Hintz, lVi1liam, 10, 70, 94
Hoberg, Patricia, 14
Hoffman, Annette, 15, 68, 83
Hoffman, Josephine, 14
Hogan, joanne, 14
Hogan, Rosemary, 25, 55
Holden, Edythe, 25
Holleltz, Dorothy, I4
Hollander, Ruth, 14
Holsen, Jim, 14
Holman, Margaret, 25, 59, 63, 68, 10
Holman, Myron, 14
Holtz, William, 14, 52
88, 89, 100
Horn, Alice, 8
Horwitz. Robert, 10
Horwitz, Ruth, 15
Hubers, Donald, 25, 54, 59, 83, 88, 89, 90, 91, 100
Huibegtse, Marjorie, 25, 52, 83
Huige. Lucile, 13, 83
Humke, June, 14, 49
Jaberg, Ruth, 8
Jasperse, George, 25, 100
Jasperse, Glenn, 14
Jensen, lVilliam, 10
Jerabek, Mary, 8
Johnson, Craig. 14, 55, 65, 76, 102
, Stuart, 2,1
Johnston, La Vonne, 8
Johst, Rose, 25, 57
Jordon, Marian, 26, 102
Jorsch. Doris, 16, 821
Jung, Ada, 8, -18, -49, 53
Jung, Mark, 14, 53, 83, 100
Kachelmeier, George, 26
Kade, YVa1ton, 26
Kaesermann, Delores, 13,
Kaesermann, Ronald, 26,
Kalk, Betty Jane, 14
Kalk, Jerome, 10
Kalk, hhirley, 8
Kannas, June, 26
Karstaedt, Chester, 14
Katchkey, Dorothy, 26, 102
Katchkey, Ida, 15
Katchkey, Ruth, 26
Kather. Betty, 15
Katt, Robert, 13
Kaufmann, Nancy, 26, 55, 59
Kaufmann, William, 8
Kllllllifli, Donald, 8
Kautler, Shirley, 14, -18, -19, 102
Kaye, Robert, 53. 83. 100
Kell, Connie, 13
Keitel, Daniel, 26, 82, 100
Keller, Dorothy, 8
Kellner, Harold, 26, 59, 88, 89, 90. 91
, Kenneth, 16, 83
, Marilyn, 14, 68. 83, 10
Kettler, Donald, 14
Kiernan. Patricia, 14, 52
Kirby, Mary Ann, 27
Kleinow, Bernice, 27
Klein-1Vassink, Frans, 14
Klein-1Vassink, Johan, I4
,h I ,. as
lxlcmn , lhom is
Klemme, Cora, 13
Klessig, Charles. 6, 27, 59. 83
Klunk, Arline, 27
Knaak, June, 27
Knatl, Robert, 9
Knaub, Mary Ann, 14
Knaul. Joan, 8
Knaul, Veronica, 27, 80
Knaus, Nancy. ll
Kneevers, Earl, 16, 82
Knocke, Martha, 8
Knopp, Delores, 8
Kober, Arthur, 8. 94
Koeh n , Carol, 8
Koehn, Dolores, 14
Koehn, Marilyn, 8
Kochn, Mary Lou, 11, 48, 65, 76
Koepke, Robert, 14
Koepsell, Adele, 27, 59
Kohl, Betty Jane, 27
Kohl, Leila, 16, 83
M'i11iam, '94 V
Konrad, Joan, 6, 16
Koss, Gwendolyn, 14, 57, 64, 65, 76
Kosup, Donald, 8, 59, 94
Kosup, Richard, 27, 88, 89
Kott, Norman, 90
Kraatz, Helen, 8, 82
Kracht, 1Vi1liamA 8, 94
Kramer, Jack, 14, 82
Kraus, Richard, 12
Krepsky, Delores, 11
Krepsky, Dorothy, 27
Krepsky, Vernelta, ll
Kressmer, Charlotte, 1
Kriplean, Nyla, 27, 55,
Kroening, Kenneth, 28
Kroll, Joan, 8
Krum, Ronald, 8
Krummel, Carol, 13
Kuchla, Alice, 28
Kuchta, Joseph, 8, 94
Kuehl, Phyllis. 28, 31. 59, 68, 80
Kuelrlman, Edwin, 14
Kuehlmann, Ruth. 9
Kurtz. Kenneth. 14, 70, 96
Ladwig, Dorothy, .1
Lantpe, Mary Ann
Landgraf, Charmaine, 28
Landgraf, Richard, 14, 53
Landwehr, Carol, 9
Landwehr. Edwin, 14
Lange. Carol, ll
Lange, Lionel, 8. 94
Lanser, Alan, 28, 59, 88, 89, 99
La Page, Gleima, 15
Lattin, Lois, 28, 49, 91
Lau. Elaine, 13, 102
Lauff, Louise, 28
Launer, 1Vayne, 8
Lauson. Herrick, 8
La Valliere. Shirley, 11
Lawrence, George, 8
Lehmann, Charlotte, 9
Leibham, Beatrice, 9
Leibham, John, 11, 94
Leissner, Irene, I5
Leitzke, Norbert, 11
Lensen, Marian, 15
Lenz, Mabel, 6. 14, 57. 65, 91
Leonard, Gloria, 28, 51, 58
Leonhardt, Lillian, 28, 83, 52
Lequis, Lorraine, 10
Lerch, Frieda, 13
Lerch. Sophie, 28, 54, 56. 70
Levy, Marilyne, 14. 102
Lickerman, Barbara, 9
Lickerman, Frederic, 15, 57
Liebl, Arthur, 6, 29, 48, 50, 88. 89
Liebl, Charlotte, 16, 53, 65, 68
Michels, Marcella, ll, 82
Mielke, Marion, 30, 52
Miesfelcl, Charles, 16
Miesfeld, Joyce, 30, 59
Mikolic, Ronald, 8, 94
Miller, Marian, 1-1
Mirkes, Blanche, 30
Mirkes, Floyd, 11
Moeckler, Howard, 30
Mohs, Carol, 13
Moll, Charmaine, 30, 57, 102
Moll, Dolores, 16
Joyce, ll. 82
Richard, 16, 82
' " 70
Lindeke, Janice. 29, 51.
Lindich, Carl, 8. 92
Loebel, Charlene, 13, 53, 57
Lofy, Carol, 9
Lokker, Eldred, 11, 82
Lokker, Virginia, 11
Lorenz, Jack, 14, 100
Lorenz, Ruth, 15
Lothes. Darcy, 15
Lothes, Donald, 8
Lovell. Hugh, 76
Loving, Ivan, 15
Loving, Joan, 16, 83
Lubach, Edith, 29
Lubacli. Geraldine, 11
Lubach, Roger. 1 1
Lubbers. John, 29, 59, 88, 89, 96. 99
Luedke. Donald, 9, 48, 51, 52, 82
Luedke, Herman, 15, 94
Lttehrs, Martin, 29, 53, 54, 59. 68
Lugg. I,aDonna, 11, 82
Lutz, Edward, 8
Lutz, Ralph, 29, 56
Lyon, Joyce, 13, 56
Lyon. Lyman, 29, 48. 59. 100
Shirley, ll, 68. 83
Montgomery, Roger, 30
Morris, Frances, 14
Morris, Milton. 30
Moser, Frank, 11
Muehlbauer, Patricia, 13
Mueller. Barbara. 31, 40 54
Mueller, Carol, 9
Dolores Jean, 31, 51, 57
Mueller. Hilbert, 31, 56
Mueller, Jean, 15
Mueller, Robert, 9. 94
Mueller, Theodore, 9, 94
Muhs, Richard, 14, 53, 63, 76
Mullin, Raymond, 15, 82
Munnik, Anthony, 31, 59, 82
Munnik, Donna, 16, 82
Murre, Larern, 11
Murtha, James, 9, 94, 100
Nack, Jack, ll
Najaeht, Martin, 31, 82
Nauschultz, Roger, 11
Navine, Grace, 15
Nechamkin, James. 31, 51, 82
Neese. Joyce, 31. 53, 54, 59, 68, 83
Neils, Charles, 15
Nennig, Patricia, ll, 52, 82
Nesst, Marvin, 11
Neubert. Roger, 15
Neumann, .loy M.. 9
Neumann. Roland. 9, 94
Neuses, Thomas, 31, 59, 77, 88, 89, 100
Nick. Harold. 16, 83
Nickel. Carol, 14
Niesing, Emma, 13
Noble, Colleen, 15
Nohl, Joseph, 31
Nohl. Lamar, ll
Nonhof, Harland. 6, 16. 82. 83
Ochs, Arnold, 31, 76
Oehmichen, June. 32
Maechtle, Joan, ll. 48, 49. 53
Magritz, Marjorie, 9
Magruder, Violet, 9
Mahnke, Joann, 13, 57, 63, 70, 76
Mahnke. La Verne, 16
Maier, Marilyn, 11
Mais, Lurielle, 29
Mais, Roger, 11
Manske, Joan, ll
Maringer, Eva, 15
Markelz, Anthony, 15
Markgraf, Robert, 11, 83
Markgraf, Shirley, 29
Marold. Gorrene, 9
Martin, Frieda, 13
Martin, Mary Jane, 9
Martin. Jim, 13. 70, 88, 89, 91, 96
Mase, Helen, 9, 53
Mase, John, 14
Matelko, Shirley, 11
Matthias, 1Vi11iam, 30,
Matzdorf, Kathleen, 9
Mayer. Marvin, 15
McCarthy, James, 53
McKay, Marilyn, ll, 57
McKinley, Nancy, 14
McLaughlin, Bain, 8
Meise, Edward, 11
Meise, Marion, 9
Melger, Gladys, 11, 52
Merklein, Delores, 13
Merklein, Earl, 8
Merrill, Joyce, 14
Merrill, Marilyn, 11, 52
Mersberger, Ruth, 9
Mertz, Jerome, 14
Mertz, Reuben, 9
59, 88, 89
Oostdyk, M'i11iam, 32
Orcutt, Joann, 13, 70
Ostergaard, Glenn. 1
Oswald, Joan, 14, 1
Utten, Edith, ll, 82, 52
Otten, Eunice, 16, 52
Otten, Vernon, 11, 96
Overbeck, Carol, 11
Paasch, Lorraine, 11
Paasch. Roger. 11
Pape, Doris 14
Parnitzke, Donald 9
Paske, James. 11
Pasket, Irene, 32, 56
Patrie, David, ll, 82
Paul, Donald, ll
Pauls, Margaret. 15
Pekelder, Thelma, 6, 32, 48. 50
Pelchen, Frederick, 16, 48 49, 83
William. 30, 88, 89. 100
Metscher. La Verne, 9
Metscher, Marvin, 30
Metzdorf, Joan, 30, 57
Meulbroek, Florian, 15, 88
Meulbroek, Harxey, 9
Meyer, Barbara, ll, ,52 ,
Meyer, Jerry, 9 '
'M'eyer, Robert: '161
Peters, Donald, 9, 94
Peters. Jo Anne, 14, 54, 57, , .,
Peterson. Erlend, ll, 48, 70, 100
Pfister, Audrey, 15, 49
Pfister, Joan, 32, 54, 59
Plister. 1Va1ter, 15, 56, 70, 96, 100
Pfotenhauer, Robert, 32, 48, 51, 59
Phalen. Patricia, 14, 65
Piaskowski, Jeannette. 16, 83
Pilling, Arlynn, 6, 11, 55. 82
Plass, Vera, 11, 52
Ploetz, Francis, ll
Pohlnad, Pat, 16, 51, 83
Ponath. Roger, 15
Ponath. Ruth, 32
Post, Vernon, 15 i
Potter, Evelyn, 32, 56
Pottharst. Herbert. 32, 53, 83
Prange, Norman. 32, 68, 91
Prange, Ruth, 14
Puksich, Marianne, 15
Puls, Karen, 80
Puls, Litla Ann, 33, 54. 59
64 65 76
Quasius, Alan, 11
Quasius, Darlene, 15, 56
Quasius, Elaine, 11, 52, 53, 55
Quasius, Marian, 33. 48, 525
Quasius, Marilyn, 11, 83
Quasius Nannette, 14, 83
Quan, Arthur, 33, 40, J1, ms, 59,
Quast, Richard, 8, 94, 100
Raatz, Phyllis, 14
Raatz, Rita, 12, 82
Reichert, Robert, 15
Reichert. 1Vi1liam, 94
Reinemann, Donald, ll, 94
Reinl, Denis, 11, 82
Reinthaler, Gisella, 12
Traas, Pearl, 36
Schulz, Eleanor, 12, 52, 65, 82, 102
Schulz, Mae Ann, 10
Schulz, Marion, 12, 82
Schulz, Ralph, 12, 80
Schuh, Audrey, 10
Schuh. Carol, 16, 68, 82
Schumann, Ursula, 15
Van Dc Wege, James, 12
Vande Vrede, Arlene, 12
Vande Vrede, Irving, 36, 59, 88, 89
Vande Vrede, Marilyn, 9
Van Dreese, Frances, 9
Van Emden, Helen, 15, 49, 55, 80
Van Emden, Martha, 11, 65
Van Haveren, Beatrice, 9
Vanic, Joyce, 36, 91
Schutte, Roger, 10
Van Loan, John, 13
Schwerin, Susan, 12, 65, 83
Schwerin, 1Va1ter, 82
Scribner, Jean, 16, 102
Segebrecht, Phyllis, 10
Selke, Edward, 15, 80, 94
Sell, John, 11
Selsmeyer, Bill, 10, 51, 94
Senkbeil, Darlene, 10
Senkbeil, Kenneth, 35, 68, 77
Sessler, Ardelle, 35, 52, 58
Seybold, Laverne, 10
Siegel, Robert, 35
Sills, William, 12
048, 51, 52, 53, 82
10, 65, 94
Sircelj, Anton, 35, 48, 49
Sircelj, Stanley, 12
Sizonen, Nathaline, 35
Skrener, Patsy, 10
Van Stelle, Marilyn, 11
Van Tatenhove, 1-lelen, 15
Van Zanten, Donna, 9
Verbanatz, Jack, 9
Verhage, Roger, 14, 70, 83, 96, 100
Verhulst, Avis, 16, 54, 57, 70, 91
Verhulst, Jacob, 16, 82
Verlare, Harriet. 216, 54, 59, 63
Verlare, Mary Ann, 9
Ver Straate, Burton, 12, 82, 100
Ver Velde, Joyce, 9
Ver Velde. Ralph, 12
Vincent. lVi1berl. 12
Voelker, Lois, 11
Vogt, Robert, 36
Vogt, Marion, 11, 82
Vogt, Shirley, 15. 82
Voigt, Elaine, 9
Vollrath, Rosalind, 14, 55
Slabbekoorn, Dorothy, 15
Adeline, 35, 59, 63, 65, 76, 82
Slebir, Edward, 16
Stnies, Joan, 10
Smith, Marilyn, 16
Smith, Marlin, 49, 64, 65
Smyth, Jean, 13
Sommer, Robert, 12
Voltz, Robert, 11, 94, 100
Vreeke, Josephine, 15
Wanger, George, 1 I , 53
Wagner, Mary Jane, 9
Waldau, Betty, 11, 82
W a lker .
, Margaret, 37
Betty, 37, 54
Wallace, Charles, 11
1Val1ace, Vernon, 15
XVa1thers, Shirley, 15, 70
W'angemann, Margaret. 9
Wasserman. Stanley, ll, 82
Sonnenburg, 'William, 16, 100
Sonntag, Rosella, 12, 52, 70
Sonntag, XValter, 12
Spannagle, Betty, 12, 57
Speckmann, Doris, 14, 56
Speckman, Sharon, 13, 52
Spettel, Marilyn, 15
Staff, Edward, 14
Stahl, Elizabeth, 35, 54, 59
Stalter. Albert, 10
Stampfl, Rita, 10, 83
Starich, Joyce, 12
Steffen, Ellen, 16,
Steffen, Lucille, 16, 83
Steger, Robert, 12, 82
Sleindl, Donald, is
Stielow, Donna, 15
Weber, Arthur, 11
lVeber, John, ll, 94, 100
Weclemeyer, Mary, 1 1
Wedemeyer, Nancy Lee, 9
NVegmann, Marion, 9
Stielow Gloria, 10, 65
Stielow, Patsy, 14
Stiglitz Joanne, 10, 82
Stoelb, Dolores, 10
S toel b .
1Velsch, Betty Jane, 37
Welsch, Roger, 12, 82
Werner, Bernice. 37,
Werner, Doris, 9
1Verner, Germaine, 15
XVerner, John, 9, 521, 94
lVerner, Pat, 11, 88, 95, 100
1Verner, Timothy, 37, 59, 100
Wessel, May Jean, 37
lVest, Allan, ll, 94, 100
Whiffen, Janice, 13
lfhile, Stuart. 14. 100
Stoiber, Charlotte, 10
Street, Charles, 14
Street, Richard, 9, 100
Stubbe, Marvel, 16
Stubenrauch, Mary, 16
Stuefen, Diane, 15
Stuefen Robert 1
, 48, 49, 75
A . ', 2, 82
Stugart, Mildred, 9
Subv, John, 6, 15, 56,
Sukowatey, Imelda 8
82, 94, 96
Wiedemann, Helen, 37, 58, 82
Wiedemeyer. Virginia , 9
W ierzbach, Bercella, 9
Willze, David, 15
Willie, Roger, 9, 94
lVilke, Shirley Ann, 15
Williams, Delores, ll
1Villiams, YVes1ey, ll
Willmas, Louise, 15
Wilsing, Bernice, 15
Resnick, Clarence, 48, 51, 52, 82, 94
Rheis, Carolyn, 16
Ribbens, Elmer, 33, 96, 99, 100
Ribbens, Judith. 33, 83
Ribbens. Madeline, 15
Ribbens, Marge, 16, 52
Ribbens, Patricia, 12
Richey, Janet, 14
Richter, Walter, 15
Riess, Betty, 33
Riess, Glen, 53
Ristenpadt, Germaine, 14
Robinson, Patricia, 11, 52
Roess, Philip, ll, 94, 96, 100
Ronk, Richard, 16
Rosenwaltl, Leonard, ll
Roth, Conrad, 92, 100
Runstrom, Jack, ll, 94
Ruppel, Beverly, 33, 48, 59
Ruppel, Elroy, 131
Ruppel, Gerald, 14
Ruppel, John, 33
Rust, Carole, 33
Rust, Gladys, 12, 82
Ryan, Beryl, 9
Ryan, Beverly, 33
Rydberg, Earl, 11, 94
Sachse, Richard, 15, 70, 100
Satre, Robert, 34, 59, 88, 89
Schaefer, James, 34, 53 ,
Schaefer. Robert .
Schardt, Sylvia, 13, 82
Schaubf Ruth, 82
Schaub. Virginia, 12
Scheib, Lois, 14, 52
Scheidel, Dorothy, 15
Schieble, Richard. 34, 76, 80
Schimke, Jacqueline, 12, 91
Schinabeck, Donald. 11
Schirmeister, Elaine, 16
Schirmeister, Erwin, ,l0
Schlager, Jane, 12, 82 ,,
Schleg, Edward, 10, 82'
Schloss, Frederick, 11, 94
Schmeiser, Glorian, 82
Schmeiser, Kermit, 34
Schmidt, Andrew, 214, 58, 68, 100
Schmidt. Ann, 34
Schmidt, Carol, 15
Sclunidt, Gaylord, 12
Schmidt. Marion, 13
Schmidt, Robert, 12
Schmidt, Roger, 10
Schmiedel, Herbert, 9, 51, 94
Schmitt, Lloyd, 34
Schneider, Eugene, 13, 70, 88, 89 96
Vande Berg, Carolyn, 36
Schoenborn, Clem, 10
Schoerger, Joanne, 10
Schrank, Merrill, E14
Schreiber, La Verne, 14, -18, 70
Schrimpf. Carlton, I2
Schrimpf, Dolores. 13, 57
Schroeder, Marion, 9
Schroeder, Virginia, 34
Schropp, Joanne, 34
Schropp, Marjorie, 10, 53
Schropp, 1Vi11iam, 10
Schuchardt, Donald, 10
Schultz, Carol, 35, 55
Schultz, Eleanor M., 16, -18, 51
Schultz, Milton, 15, 82
Sweeney, June, 15
Swenson, Jane, 10
Swenson, John, 6,
35, 92. 100
'l'asche, Helen, 11, 65, 102
'1'er Maat, Connie, 16, 56
Te Stroete. Jane, 11, 82
Te Winkel, Alvin, 36
Te Winkel, Ruth, 12
Thalacker, Mary Ann, 13
Thiele, La Verne, 36, 82
Thornton, Eunice, 13
Thornton, Keith, 9, 100
Timmer, Talene, 12
lVi nkler, Dorothy 15
N'inkler, Marian, 37
1Vinter, Marjean, 37, 56, 63
Woellert, Shirley, 37, 58
Wolf, Dolores, 38, 54, 59
Wolters, Evelyn, 1 1
Wondergem, Casey, 13. 48, 49, 56, 70, 100
Wondergem, Edith, 38
Wondergem, Eleanor, 9
Wondergem, Lauren, 9, 100
Wondergem, La Verne, 38, 83
Xvood, Donald, 15
Young, Raymond, 38
Ystesund. Carl, 9
'1'rester. Carol, 10
Trimberger, Francis, 1
Trimberger. Leon, 12,
'l'rumm, Colleen, 36
Tupper, Betty, 12
Usadel, Gilbert, 15, 82
Usadel, Glen, 16, 82
U ttech, Delores, 10
Yurk, Roger, 9, 82
Zabel. Shirley, 16, B3
Zaegel, Richard, 13
Zastrow, Donald, 38, 82
Zetsche, Richard, 15, 100
Zeuner, Henry, 16
Ziebert, Theodore. 11, 94
Ziegler, Eileen, 15
Ziegler, Verona, 15
Zillner, Frances, 9
Zimmermann, Betty, 13
Vande Guchte, Bernard, 36
Van Der Puy, William, 12, 94, 96, 100
Van Der Puy, WVilbert, 9, 100
Yan Der Xveele, Elmer, 12
Van Der VVee1e, Harriet, 15
lveele, Herbert, 14
Van Der Weele, Melvin, 9
PUBLISHED BY NORTH HIGH SCHOOL
PRINTED BY J. CHRISTIANSEN Q COMPANY
Zimmermann, Conrad, ll
Zimmermann, Donald, 15
Zimmermann, Dorothy, 38, 48, 49, 53
Zittel, Phyllis, 11
Zylman, Ruth, 38
f.XKCfmqMgML0wm Ui ,.J4.fl.,,3l-MJ
' 'fy' 'MQ ffxb'
- 1- m ga V- - ,f ., 4 'gsfi 'LA mb, 5 ,J.' , , A , g + ff -f
M Mi KF W
K-gain . ..,. - .'
!'j.M+'y , Us
wyfiifij 2 ik
. . , Lv
: , x
.,i...... . W, . ,.... du..- , ................,.4...p............1
I .M gl-,pk
' 'JQIQXV' ff'
' I Lib
.r Y A W4 g if?
- lf v i.,
, ' Qf1Q:, ?!l
K ,S - an
, ,Y 3,1 d l.
V ,lf 'e 1 f'-
Y , , -,aselj f
' 1, efwZ'f'iQ-'
1. ' A v,y'!':::gLg:5'
-' f ' :wif :WPI
Suggestions in the North High School - Polaris Yearbook (Sheboygan, WI) collection:
Are you trying to find old school friends, old classmates, fellow servicemen or shipmates? Do you want to see past girlfriends or boyfriends? Relive homecoming, prom, graduation, and other moments on campus captured in yearbook pictures. Revisit your fraternity or sorority and see familiar places. See members of old school clubs and relive old times. Start your search today!
Looking for old family members and relatives? Do you want to find pictures of parents or grandparents when they were in school? Want to find out what hairstyle was popular in the 1920s? E-Yearbook.com has a wealth of genealogy information spanning over a century for many schools with full text search. Use our online Genealogy Resource to uncover history quickly!
Are you planning a reunion and need assistance? E-Yearbook.com can help you with scanning and providing access to yearbook images for promotional materials and activities. We can provide you with an electronic version of your yearbook that can assist you with reunion planning. E-Yearbook.com will also publish the yearbook images online for people to share and enjoy.
Material on this website is protected by copyright laws of the United States and international treaties.
No protected images or material on this website may be copied or printed without express authorization.