North High School - Polaris Yearbook (Sheboygan, WI)

 - Class of 1952

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S ICAIIXI I I L57 TI I A I I I sa I L I 7 SLIDE I . 6I IDI? M". IIICSS I I I I 69 IXXI I IXII IHIICVQII . I ff I-.I ,ISIC I I I I XO I S I I I 74 S III' If CS H I I I 7 8 I IC 'NT ,P XI II I f I I I 8I Ii ICI I3 ,II I , 84 INA? I 'XIII I I I OO Sig I I IIIADEIQS 96 CSIIIVIYIQIIAIIIIITE I I '77 I"XIIIIf'II'.fI .PHI I OE Iff'v9I HAI II I ICU IIQHCI I 'Off IBN I' I '04 I ,I , 'OA What IS a school7 lts not the arehltecture or the eoulpment a mal4e a school the stu e ts th people ID It you have ever yyallted through the halls ol North wwen they were deserted you l4noyy that the halls arent the same then as they are when happy throngs ol students are gathereo around lr oclaers lor gab sessron Who are the people you yvlll remember? lhey are the ones Wrth yyhom you shared your joys and troubles V u Wrll re member the corner IU homeroom the close friends, the acoualn member those Wrtlr whom you decorated the gym lor a dance or yyorlced yylth on Urbanlte copy l e people IU a school are the soul ol the school lor t y are the ones who grye nt personality and l4eep tts actryltles going The people IU the school glye the school nts lute PECDPIF th r , Its d n e ' lt. , . l l the' l a 'A ' ' I If A O , tances that passed with a smile and a 'll-li." You will also re- h A ,. he I f x v K I ' , v , Q I t VX X 'i 'Y I 7 Ka J Xu fyyffjfyfgj ,MZ A ff!!! fi? uv? fff?371f if if! f OV' JW Henry Earl Smlth Superintendent of Schools George K Peterson Prlncrpal Getting the school year off to a good start and lceeplng It that way FACULTY INFLUENCE PENETRATES SCHOOL LIFE School lute here at North IS IDFlU2DC6d and supervlsed by our competent Faculty members who are always wllllng to lend a helping hand whenever lt IS needed They help to malce us ready to wallc Into llle with our heads up the old world baclc to us rnalce grammar seem less lxlce a puzzle talce us into the beauty ol poetry and ID many other ways malce us see the necessity For lcnowledge and a dehnxte goal FACULTY COUNCIL The faculty councal IS made up of eleven teachers who handle problems lacing the student body and student council and listen to suggestions or projects which the student councll has discussed gnvung their approval or dlsapproval They are the medium through whlch all our school lunctlons must pass We will remember each teacher lor his own lndl vidual traits but we shall remember all of them as our lrlends and helpers Each one ol our lour years ol school Isle as made happrer and more successful by our faculty Willard Wutzelxng Rodney Glbson Luella Ellmgson Album Thalaclcer John Watson Arden Wandrey Ann Parsons Bernice Scott Fern Salusbury, Harlow Hennlnger 8 FACULTY . . . , ln an interesting way, teachers malce figures lun, bring - - - -- I I . . V .I - . b I I l I I A I I I 7 I I I I lm not going to pay thus bull If I dont have to They give senlors much needed advlce Miss Luella Elllngson M' Hcwafd Vmth Socml Studies Student Qounol Soclal Studues Asslstant Football Coach l-lonor Society M' John Watson Mass Bernice Scott Socnal Studies Guidance Department l-lead They recommend an apple and a good bool: Mrs Helen Chnstlanson Library Mlss Betsy Donohue Library Mr Oscar Slelcer Bvology Projection Stall Mr Helmuth Lautenschlager MISS Beamce Haan Social Studies Sound Crew Tennis Social Studles Guidance The fllm seems to get caught on this' Loolclng over current events FACULTY 9 . . . . . . H . . . . . I . ' I ' l Viceeprinclpal, Commercial . . . I 1 , . C I l I P . . 4 f . . u . Recervlng thanlts for a job well done Their smlles greet the typrng classes Mlss Ann Parsons Commerclal Social Commlttee Mrs Jeanette Lorenz Commerclal Mrs l.aVern Commercial Mlss Mane Van Drlel English Department Head e Potts Mr Robert Ebert Mathematlcs Assnstant Football and Basketball Coach Mr. Marvrn Peterson Mathematics l-lead Football Coach Mrss Edna Oellce English Nursing Rays of a sunny personalrty show In her smrle A daily trrp to the mall box 10 FACULTY He teaches others to use the rostrum Balanclng the school budget Mr Wrllard Wrtzelrng Mr Albrn Thalaclcer She lceeps North s stage rn the spotlight Mrss Helen Herman Englns'1 Dramatlcs Forensics Social Studies Speech Debate Forensics Commercial Department l-lead School Finance An attractrve new addrtron to our faculty Miss Laverne Kolb Commercial FACULTY 11 I I I I 1 r . . l , If Amusing moments away from worlc Lets malce this a twelve polnt lead Mlss Fern Salusbury Mr Donald Pangborn Englush Social Studies Polaras Prrntnng Miss Elizabeth Kaatz Mrs Dolores Krueger Englnsh Cheerleading Pep Committee Engllsh Journallsm Urbanlte Honor Society Preview of tomorrows experiment Mr Carl Enger Science Department l-lead Photography Mr Charles Jones Scnence l-lead Basketball Coach Golf P Mr Leslle Stovall Scuence Servnce Commnttee Mr Harlow Hennlnger Mr Paul Yaeger Socral Studnes Trclcet Committee English Dramatncs Mr Warren White Mr Arnold Rhlel Mathematlcs Department l-lead Finance Commrttee Englrsh Forensics Dramatlcs e more In the money box, the better they lllce It Now for the punch llne 12 FACULTY K, I l I Th ' ' '. '. X C, 3 .3 3 C at Think this has been baked long enough?" "Do you like to cook with electricity better than gas?" Mr. John Bergman Miss Alice Larkin Art, Stage Crew Foods, Junior Red Cross Mr. Edward Goebel Miss Patricia O'Brien Art CServing his country in the United States Navyb Clothing, Costumes To understand people you must know their language Miss Marion Belardl A English Spanish Miss Margaret Wernecke Latin German Drives Committee Mr Rodney Gibson Band M' Amold Jones Mr Frederick Grade Vocal Music Orchestra Tongue exercises shift l think this valve sticks 4 X FACULTY 13 Time out for coffee and doughnuts. rv, A, .- . Always at hIoi-rffjgr gym. 1 , . . " ' Z n Mrs. Mary Ficlcen l 1 .- ,z 6 Mr. Reber' Gr' ith Physlcal Educatlon Intramurals bhy cal EdQCfIOf1 Track lntramurals Mlss Elizabeth McGlnness MfHenry Rrllmg physical Education lntramurals Physical Education Freshman Coach lntramurals How about movlng thus one over there7 Mr Arden Wandrey Woodworking Assistant Football and Track Coach Mr Laurance Rocrc Metals Stage Crew Baseball Coach Mr Charles BUCl!2fldg2 Mr Eldon Born Mechanical Drawings lndustrlal Arts Science publicity Committee Your assignment for tomorrow IS Patronlzrng the bubbler near Room 8 ,gf we-W" l' 14 FACULTY I I I I Q 1 I s I 1 ' ' 3 I 1 f I' I . , . , I I, 'rt . Il! ' 4 I . I I I , I Y r A 1 ll n l Fl . I , I I I . . I . I . . . ll u . JI 1 . . 4? N i , I I 2 A A A C M A gd X 5 C f-xll"5fl'l ' , fig 5 f .,, I I II It W 0 ' A 'ig' K 4' sl - , IIWIWI IWWWWIIINIW - , f- ,,.t . ' 4 mtg., -, 1 5, ' I , II. K 1 :iii I 'Ins ' p -c OFFICE STAFF rf W sf. 3,3 Thelr ob to keep students faculty and custodians happy Mrs Marrlyn Tresp Mrss Mae Stembruecker Mrss Erna Schulse Not prctured Mrs Joan Berg CUSTODIANS 'WV- There goes the bell-tame to hand out towels Mrs Hilda Voss Mrs Tlllle Becker J Mr Frederick Vollbrecht Mr Wllbur Zehms Mr Walter Richter Mr Frank Den Boer Mr Henry Lubach Mr John Karsnlck Floors windows sldewalks furnace all In a days work FACULTY 15 .'I If 'F u'-' .ly 'Q' V v l 'Jn' - '51, jxf' ,rfxl 1. .JY . 207' NHL 1 4 IMA ' u'Lc l ,v'r"l , -1 a Ko- I-. ' ', 5 X - I .1 , , Sf -fv I J V .5 1 I . 5, f K' ' Yfl F rf J, 7 l F V X K: I I I X ' A 51 fr pf A J ,fb I 0 ,- - , .. ,, Cf 1 . A! ' A - f f , ,ph M 7, X f f ' 4 I 4 . . l , fffp ' I " , XJ .. fr je f F F F F I 1 I I I i I f ' 2 -lr 7 First to reach the goal Bruce Uhl and Barbara Tresp FRESHMEN LEARN THE RULES APPLY THEIR TALENTS What would any school be without the lndlspensable freshmen? Who would the upperclassmen have to tease nf there would be no freshmen? Our loyal fresh men have withstood It all wltn smrlrng faces and have come through as staunch cltlzens of North l-llgh School Throughout the year many tests were administered to the freshmen to help them plan for thezr future years so they would have an Idea of some of the lclnds of careers for whuch they could plan ln thenr classrooms the freshmen have studied the fundamentals of government have delved Into the vast regnons of scxence and have learned when to say let an leave Dnsplays of pnctures and artncles ave been an outlet for their lcnowledge HOMEROOM 8 First row lrls Buteyn Alice Ertel Anneva Nesst Sharon O Nell Janice l'-laun Gertrude Schumann Second row Kenneth Rlstenpadt James Bury Kathaleen Lutz Joan Goedelce Sharon Druckery Joanne Timm Third row Delores Ten Pas Cynthia Knoclce Marllyn l-lamllton Charles Zahnow David Loebbalca Ronald Gumm Fourth row Ted Hansen Anthony Schlnabeclc Robert Schoenenberoer Wayne l-lejny James Barber Fnfth row John Bersch Duck Murray Steve Pralle Mr Eldon Born 16 FRESHMEN participation rn class projects and chartlng thelr high school courses have not deterred the freshmen from talcung part rn the many extracurricular actlvltles that North l-llgh offers They have been busy lending their services to Student Council commzttees, jolnsng their voices nn rouslng cheers and covering school actxvltles for the student paper to mentlon a few The Student COUDCIl committees have made good use of thelr talents thus guvlng them the knowledge needed to malce them the leaders of North nn the near future publicizing school events being student chairman for an audntoruum program and decoratlng for a school dance are a few of the actlvltles connected with Student Council committees which give the freshmen a very pam less educatuon as to the operatnon of thelr school 4 r i jaw, MWFI:-V I . I ' at North. Films were shown on various occupations, . . . . I I , I , ' ' I ' I I - f I I I ' , I I I I . 1 I . , , , , : I , s , I ' 1 , ' f I ' ' , Y, HOMEROOM 10 Furst row Jeanette Gibson Grace GIDSOD Annette Verhage Mary Schmidt Loss Lentl Ceculna Van De Kreelte Second row Mary Glaeser Maralyn Hansen Nancy Nagel Nancy Oehmlce Joan Schultz Lots Jaschob lhurd rovy Mildred Schwan Beverly Moll Frances Herzlger Rat Dlener Fourth row Mr Marvln Peterson Dlclc Sorenson Wayne Mueller Dlclt Grelsch Robert G Wagner Jam Ottensmann II row Bull Hulbregtse o Schuetter Jerld Gmach Joe Holsen HOMEROOM 109 Frrst royv Frances Gerend Barbara lresp Gall Speltz Carol Buss Mary Grouhs Kay Goldman Second row Mary Fetterer Ronald Stelnbrueclter Ruth Wondergem Marcla Sykes Carol Huebner Joan Relslnger Third row Constance Schnnabeclc, lulne Mlchels, James Shermetster, Bruce Uhl, Robert Chesebro Fourth row Ronald Ertel, Kenneth Schmndt, Joseph Lonsdorf, Ronald Kotnllc, Dennus Balcer, Mass Salusbury Frfth row Ronald Franzen, Archle Bourret, Tom Grunewald, Wulluf Wlclc, Richard Herr Absent Marilyn Peters HOMEROOM 104 First row Patrucla Bearns Ruth Schlelnz Loss Bender Carolyn Gross Patrncla Wagner Carol Fessler Second row Shirley Grunow Donna Mlc els Judy Clement Janlce Wagener Jeannette Belnemann Kath leen Jucltem Third row Donald Pnerce Ronald Wrltzlus James Schoerger Tama Blalce Betty Krum Michael Daniels ourth row Ru sell Pulling ohn Manthey Donald Hicks Fredrlclc Helder Davld Wldder It row Rhrlup Aahom ours Prath Edward Hentges Mr Stovall FRESHMEN 17 , I I I 1. 1 , V s, 5 , , ' ., A 4 Q, , . , ' s ru " 1 T F 1 ,s A p f 1 1 W Q 0 3 . 49' 3 5 A A 1 f I I ' I Y Y Ffh I ' ' 1 B. b Sri" , sawn, Donald oattschdlt, 3.11 h ,t.-t,.t-51,4 2 , . v,'."'4:. 1 1 . 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I l "" HOMEROOM 215 First row Janet Lukos Monica Johnson Diane Mollenhauer Carol Sommer Frederick Schubert Tom Ver Straate Second row Emil Schuster Marcia McCoy Sheldon Zimmerman Marilyn Brack Sandra Bunch Edna Krenke Third row Fyelyn Athan Roger Bensman John Maas Evelyn Bern hardt Mary Den Boer Mary l-leim Fourth row Jim Burke Wi bert Nack William Johnson Jack Blevons Mrs LaVerne Potts 18 FRESHMEN HOMEROOM 124 First royy: Angela Salerno, Penny Johnson, Ruth Ann Cjierke, Jac- queline Fessler, Frank Qhm, Gordon Levine Second row: La Vonne Weber, Celeen Lemke, Kathleen Ruksich, Carol Roth, Mary Ann Rraeger, Marilyn Gorr Third row: l-larriet Dubman, Betty Grosskopl, Mary Fleury, James Wol- lert, Shirley Ann lhimmig, Mrs. Krueger Fourth row: Arlene Melger, Darlene Vanderburg, Robert Roehl, Fsther Bindt Don Guske Fifth royy: Tom Vanderbilt Curtis Stielow Bob Murray Bob Braun Anthony Schieble Reter Nelson HOMEROOM 301 First royy James Derus Grace Knoll Barbara Dirk e Dorothy Qldenburq Arleen Schleinz Carol Stampfl Dick Second royy Collen Stanisch Janet Mc ougal Jo ce Van D o DeloresStecke loisl-lopoe Marlene Cnehle Jeanette farletti lhird row Rat l-loekstra Carolyn l'lent3es Mary Ries Sylyera Rieper Jim Den Boer ourth royy C oidon C ill Cuor n Rayner Tom Schatte leon Sanyillv ac Zabel M ldna Ce e Fifth row Carl Weber Don Kaiser James Lugg Cneorse Hanson xi, f t r t . t- W 1 tx t ' , ' ' i l i iv I ' I Y I r f I . 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" xx , -' I r rr r S R ' P F . 3 is , ' aa J , r W ' Yr ' r ' 3 f J k , iss' lk . f rf s HOMEROOM 303 Frrst row Mary Ann Beck Kathleen Kautzer Marilyn Seal Ann Federer Patrlcla Schmidt Rhoda Verlare Second row Frederlck Mlller Marllyn Arndt Duane Matzdorf Robert J Wagner Shirley Shermann Carole Mueller Phyllus Ten Pas Third row Joseph Sagal Eileen Mattes Rosalie Wlltzrus Jo Anne Alex Roxan Schaefer Fourth row Ronald Phster Dennis Bentz Clark Juers Marvm Bensman Charles Robrnson Mr Paul Yaeger Fifth row John Klozotsky Robert Praeger Richard Gessler Eugene Wuestenhagen Bernard Neuls Carl l-lueppehen AND FINALLY ESTABLISH A REPUTATION AT NORTH Backing the varsity football and basketball teams and cheernng the track and baseball teams to vxctory have shown that the freshmen possess a degree ol school grams and rallies have seen the freshmen out there jolnlng therr vonces IH rousing cheers Many Freshmen gurls and boys are enthuslastlc supporters ol the Intramural program Besides velwlng sports, they enjoy partrcrpatnng In them, too And to cover all the sports news, as well as all other news of great Importance to the student body, are reporters for the school paper The paper has many freshmen on ts stall and all have shown ablllty and a willingness to work The lnslde story of a frog Ann Federer and Frances Gerend This year the talent show clalmed many lreshmen for pa ts In Its cast The great hub bub of backstage llle, though very new to them at hrst, was a grand and glorious the curtain rose lor the curtain calls the freshmen were there to take their share ol the credrt forthe many hours ol rehearsal put rn The freshmen have proved that they are ready to accept the responslbllntles ol hugh school students As they look back over their hrst successlul year at North they realize they have made mistakes, but during their next three years they wull beneht by the correction ol them North l-llgh IS proud ol her lreshmen as they put therr best loot forward lor thelr school, thelr community and their country FRESHMEN 19 1 F I I I ' , ' f . 3 I l V I . l l l A I A I , Z ' I I l I . f I . . I . , spirit very near to that of the upperclassmen. Pep pro- thrill unequaled by any school event previously. When . i A ' ' l I . T U A l X , , Q .. HOMEROOM 106 Fnrst row Donna Franzen Patrlcla Grelsch Dorothy Block Carol Grohs kopf Constance Davrs Mananne Besa Second row Owen De Karslce Leroy Prueher Joan De Vrnend Shirley Feld Margaret Kxrsch Mar: anne Daniels Thlrd row Mr Donald Pangborn Lois Longwell Vanda Roenntz Audrey Theobald Patrlcla l-lelnzen Yvonne Anderson Fourth row Robert Daniels Lyle Watson Arlene Knaub Paul Mueller Fredernc I-lrlpertshauser James Con fd Fnfth row Wesley Heck Carl Holzer John Elbe Brlan Krueger Leslle Duenung - SOPHOMORES BECCME TRUE AND LOYAL TO TRADITIONS The sophomores now have reached the top ol the pyramld successfully at the end ol their two year clrma and can start their way down the otner side to their commencement Yes, they are over the hump and as they loolt baclc they most vlvldly see their sophomore year the year IH which they were no longer green and toolt great pleasure ID paradlng the halls wuth an alr ol superloruty over the Freshmen Af er all hadnt they been here for over a year7 The sophomores can have a leellng ol accomplishment and satlslactlon as they thlnlc baclc on their most recent year The class ethclently helped the student body at every chance they had They showed OFT their talents in It s A Date and In Cheaper by the Dozen They toolt active parts rn lorenslcs and ID student councll committees and many proved their journalistic abilities by helplng with the lslrbanlte They toolc an enthuslastlc 20 SOPHOMORES part In Intramurals and can especially boast about their Flne and active representation IH football basltetball tennis baseball, and traclc A leellng of accomplishment and satlslactlon stirs wlthun every sophomore soul as he thlnlts baclc on has most recent year The class elllclently helped the student body at every chance they had They began their year right by showing their talents ID the fall play, Cheaper by the Dozen Another dramatnc presentation which many ol the sophomores partlclpated n was the hut lts A Date Pep sluts throughout the year always saw some sophomores In lt, eager to get the team otl to a good start Sophomores already Feel at home on the Student Council commrttees and are busy lteeplng the school running smoothlv To help lceep speech active some Monday In the gym : , 2 I 1 ' I f If ' I .1 ' ., u 3 I -- 1 1 J M' 1 1 ' , f' 1' ' . - i ' : . 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A .1 v r- A .1 U 1 - .' 1 HOMEROOM 116 Flrst row Judy Bentz Mary Ann Owen Julue Wtlke Mary Van Zanten Jean Repphun Doris Buteyn Second row Walton Rawson Sue Halvorsen Rae Born Murlel Dekker Margaret Grube Thurd row Mary Van De Wege Robert Muhs Roger Semple Joan qanderson loann Votgt Mr Oscar Sueker Fourth row Ross Heltzmann Wayne Sanem Larry Sheck Jerry Blomberg Jerry Sltzman Futth row Howard Bennln Karl S eow John Pausha Ronald Krueger Don Ruckmeter HOMEROOM 202 Ftrst row Lou Ann Huebner Donna Yates Edtth Gabruelse Pat Kroo LaVerne Folz Darlene Raske Qecond row Mary Michaels Rtta Sonntag l9e98Y Sutter Gertrude l.oren7 Sally Brotz Ann Gercnd ur row Jerry Htnz louuse Thomas Merulou Wood Joanne Grollmus 'lom Bellnnder Edward Lelnse Miss Haan Fourth row Rlchard Katte Alton S hmltt Jam Mtesleld Davld Watson Norbert Hel ert Fifth row Donald DI ner Qary Qtte ac Kenth Ray Hentge Roger Stoltzmann g. 'Na HOMEROOM 135 First row Audrey Meulbroek Arlene Sackett Alice Pftster Mar garet M Schulz Mary Wehner Mary Sonntag Second row Mary Ann Chummattr Malone Morruson Mary Lu Bruns Bonnle Buechel Elatne Goldman Mary Jane Van der Ploeg 'lhlrd row Mary Ann Meler Mar tone Zvlnakns Roberta Johnson Ratrlcla Raske Barbara Jasperse Fourth row Larry Schultz lohn Kramer Ray Van Der Weele J rn Esser Mr Helmuth Lautenschlager Fufrh row Mark Huubregtse Tom Schnelderhan peter Buhk Dennis Maerckleun Glenn Gnbson Suxth row Russel Wlbbens Gllbert Kosup Roger Schnell James Cwyana Bob Lemkull SOPHOMORES 21 : , . A , ' 1 Q 1 1 E A 1 V 1 . 1 1 9. I I 1 'a Y .. A I .- 1 1 1 f - 1 - 1 - . , ' X -.f - S - f - 0 , A , Y T 1 1 ,w is 1 1 1 ,ff 4 - I 1 A f fl l , , .- l , . ' 5 3 1 I I - - 1 1 , 1 . , " " 1 1 -1 I I 1 , - 'K I 'I I I Ei ' A . ,, 1 3 1 , 1 . , 1 1 cl , - , 1 - 1 j",M , . 1 1 es s - ' - 1 I ,Y J ' -.. Q 4 1 1 I H fn. , . . l ,ci . i gi I at , Hgg wf, . . H . VII . , mv . 1 - 1 W , 1 ,, ,Q I - 1 1 1 1 al 5 " 1. . ' ..- Y 5 M 1 4 1 51 , ,. ' - . . 2 1 , I 1 ' 1' 7 1 1 'I f V Y ,- 'lli Cl 1 , 4' I I 4 A 1 - 1 1 -n r I 1 1 1 ' , f f' . 9 R . . , 1 J li ' Q 3 1 -1 W HOMEROOM 218 First row Ann Fessler Sheila Flnst Drane l-lendrllcse Phyllls Wasmer Loretta Selchter Patrucna Federer Second row Sandra Chrlstnansen Nancy Zimmerman Geraldlne l-lorn Rosemary Stubler Carol Entrrnger Lulllan c Thnrd row Alan 'lrester Kenneth Ertel George Schmldbauer Judith :Hen D ane De Back Mass Fllnngson Fourth row Roland Gllllgan Gordon Fnrme Thomas Johnson Jerome Wntthuhn James Vande Kreelce Fnfth row Ralph Rungercar Bruce Erdmann Ronald Engle Robert Drclc loss Gerald Mnrsberger 22 SOPHOMORES HOMEROOM 216 Flrst row Mum: Muuss Carol Mater Janet l-lelnze Sandra Wlnkelhorst Frances Smres Lucllle Lehlln Second row Alyce Kraemer Barbara Grunewald Judith Qldenburg Annette Weber Judy Summons Mery llne Goldmann Third row Joan Johnson Bernard Gehrlg Polly Rellqert Duane Dales Milton Gabrlelse Larry Vande Berg Fourth row Melvin Gabrlelse Mary Mannung Ronald Leys Rlchard Frtel Mr Harlow l-lennlnger Frfth row Donald Kullmann John Hollingsworth Allen l-llers Garth l-lammond Burten Sehler HOMEROOM 300 First row James Maersch Marlene Corson G ll l-lammond Donald l-lertel Second row Gloria Koharnus Beatrice Scharrer Darlene l-lettlnger lhurd row M1 Buckerldge Charles Bell Kenneth Cesar James Repphun My'es Dahmer 3 1 1 1 1 I I 1 1 1 1 1 ' I I 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 , . - 1 1 1 I ' I I I I - 1 ' 1 1 1 I I Pmr - 1 1 1 Wh , I , 1 1 , . y 1 I I D I , v Y Q -- l .1 ,Y . , . , 1 S I d I t 3 X , . . . , . 1 1 1 1 HOMEROOM 317 Flrst row Donna Laue Pose Mary Krlnnlnger Darlene Raprn Mary Brunnbauer Second row Ruth Dottan Suzanne Wasserman Ronald Mennlngen Anthony Burlcart lhrrd row Mass Alice Larlcln Nancy Mueler Bernice Korff Wesley Ruppel Forth row James Stelnbruecker Bull Wangeman Richard Luz Russell Wllbert AND UPHOLD THE IDEALS WHICH NORTH CHERISHES a chance to galn honors for their school and learn to spealc before their fellow classmates wlth polse and assurance l-lelplng with the Llrbanlte has Improved the journalistic stylxng of many a sophomore reporter It has also enabled them to express themselves wuth more clarlty whnch rs of great use ln the classroom and In everyday life Besides these mental outlets the sophomores partlclpated un vugorous body exercnse by talcung an enthusuastnc part rn the Intramural program The sophmore class has good reason to cheer long and loucl for the varslty teams because they have an especially fine representation In football basketball tennls baseball and track Classworlc has claimed much tame from the sophomores but they are much the wiser for It Each student realizes I that his first job IS his education lhelr subject forecasts are carefully prepared by themselves theur homeroom teachers, and thelr class advlser Much tlme ns spent In conference so as not to malce any serious mlstalce ID the selection of subjects The sophomores are all ready for upper classman lufe tn many ways lhey are not only accustomed to the studies which get heavier each year and to the functions of the council committees but just this year received a polishing for a more successful social llfe lhelr second year brought them many helpful guidance films which gave them a basic coat of manners and the proper thrngs acceptable In the society In which we now llve The strong foundation they have lard as under classmen wlll be of great benefit to themselves and to the school during their remalnlng two years HOMEROOM 312 lrst row Gloria Flrme l-le en Baumgart Wulma l-lullmann Margaret l. Schulz Anna Mae Mondloch Margse Graff Second row Ellzabeth Brunnbauer Charlotte Sehmer Darlene Schelnnng Nancy Meser Lavonne Wllke Cor rlne Francns Third row Marlene Krum Roland Yurlc Edward Clemens Carol Grelner Wllllam Hogan Fourth row Walter Trester John Wslke Wullram Brueggemann Ronald Schulz Mr lhalacker Fifth row Gerald Muller Edward Schulz Ronald Sessler Roger Ver Velde Gene Lawrence SOPHOMORES 23 I I I I - 1 1 1 I ' 1 I , , : 1 1 Y 1 4 ' 1 1 . 1 . . , , , . I 1 . . , , . 1 1 , . F , , l 1 1 4 1 1 ai -'- : 1 Q' I I " 1 1 ' ,1 E7 I Q' ' , 1 - I I I q I ' ' 1- F 1 . V7 . X - 1 Q I I , . ' 1 4 1 1 ' t . 1 1,sU""" Lal ffl Feds of 52 Connue Maertz Brll MeIer JIm Garton Mary Jo StI9lItz JUNIORS TEST THEIR STRENGTH AS UPPER CLASSMEN The thIrd year ol school lIle at North IS the one ID whIch students hnally become upper classmen DurIng theIr freshmen and sophomore years, the IUDIOVS ol thIs year have enthuslastlcally pntched rlght Into the swIng ol thIngs and wlth these two years as a baclcground theIr junlor year IS certalnly one to remember As the IunIors loolc baclc over the months they have spent at North thIs year they leel a certaln satIslactIon In what they have accomphshed lo help each Iunlor d2CldZ what he wants to do alter graduatlon Interest Inventory and Intelllgence tests have been talcen to determlne what each Student I5 HOMEROOM 9 FIFSI row Jean Grasse Mary Ann Kober Penny Zerrener Joyce Katte Pat Nlclclsh Pat Ordlng Second row Jeanuce Shoup Mary M nnerd Sue Koenmg Carol Schroeder Carol WInkIehorst Bonme Fessenden Thlrd row Marlon Metcher Mary Jo StIglItz Barbara DomIsse Don SIlVIS Jerry Meser Darrell Lugg Fourth row Robert I-lornes Roger l-leInzen Ralph Bernhard! Jerry Petasmclc Bob Fggebeen -1 Fnfth row fharles Bau Ralph Metzer Mr C Jones Jlm Garten Gary ShImelc Absent Betty Vlncent 24 JUNIORS best SUIt2d for Parents and teachers have worlced together to help each student prepare for hIs senIor year and the years alter graduatlon lnlormatIon about jobs and college catalogs have been turned over to the students and theIr parents to use to theIr advantage The Iunlors theIr parents and teachers have planned together to help determlne the future of the students The Iunnor class has DdFfICIDdt2d ID many actIvItIes and events whlch have made North what It IS today The all school events In vv1Ich most 1unIors talce part add much to theIr store ol lcnowledge whlch must be ready use at all tIm s The fall play saw Iumors ta ID an actlve part and addlng to a brIllIant productIon ' , .. sf' 9 I 4- ' M t fy A 'I' I 1 1 ' - , . ' I I . I . . . I , for e. le g 2 1 I I I I . I f M I I I 1 1 I T, ' A sa ' . ' ' 5 b ' I , - . . Q ,. . I I I I x I 1 9 ,,, I, - -.. - A in I ., x L , , . , 2 Hg .. ' v I I I Q l I I I b j""'de:s,f-' 3,5 .4 5 - 'R' Wt I - , I 3 vi I 8 P' lc If I 4 I HOMEROOM 108 First row: Janet Pankratz, Carol Magritz, Verna Meyer, Carol Knatz Second row: Douglas Gorr, Beatrice Gessler, Joyce Kell, Ronald Manser Third row: Mr, John Bergman, John Schieble, Dale Schadewald was HOMEROOM 205 Flrst row Alice Schrank Kathleen Poole Shirley Smles Phyllls Berndt Arlyn Welnberger Phyllus Ellman Second row Patricia Plaster Myrna Peters Faye Te Selle Sandra Bensman Third row l-'larrlet Schllllnq Shirley l-lert Lorraine Bennln V1rg1nIdGroIS Betty Dudarenlce Miss Parsons Fourth row Jerome Blshop Richard Swanson Dlfli l-luenlnlc John Brlnlc man Charles Maerclclem Frfth row James Posewltz Rodney Ver Velde Richard Baarendse Dennis Prbbens Derald Kadmg . K! l HOMEROOM 128 Fnrst row l-lelen RZIKZ Marlon Schultz Joan Kuehlmann Judith Voltz Duane Schmutz Second row Patruclc Nesst George Schloss lack Phster Ronald Salzer Mr Wandrey JUNIORS 25 i . I .I I I , I I 3 A ' , W 1 y 1 1 l . i. I 1 I. 1 I 1 , 1 1 4 : . . . I I v Q I I Yvonne Klrnzlng, Mary Kay Burlcard . :A . Q V JL! . 1 .1 1 I 1 f' , i. . ' . V v 1 Q N 1 If ' I A I , ' v Z I 1 1 ' I ' I 1 ' '11 S 1 HOMEROOM 214 First row Margaret Wagner Nancy Nauschultz Dorothy Schnettler Kath erine Seal Catherine Newman Carol Schneider Second row Mss Belardi Sally Mahnke Joyce Wilke Barbara Holtz Camilla Weiskopf Marcia Pavinoyrtz Third row Donald Brunnbauer Shirley Mallman Charlotte Locker Corrta Alell Carol Grunewald Shirley Qrr Fourth row James Reinke David Longwell James Schlld Frederick Altergott Wayne Anderson Noel Stegemeyer Fifth row Donald Meulbroek Martin lNAXA1enHnicke Ronald Jaschoh Jerome e 26 JUNIORS HOMEROOM 206 First row: Marianne Siegel, Rosemarie Schultz, Mary Ann Block, Helen Boone, Charleen Janke, Nancy Kather Second row: Margaret Pfister, Delores Jahn, La Vonne Bosshardt, Mary Lou Tresp, Joyce Buteyn, Eloise Wondergem Third row: Jean Bahr, Jane Gehrig, Frances Zvinakis, Mary Pothe, Joanne Ries, Mrs. Lorenz Fourth row: George Michels, Walter Prueher, Charles Laue, Roger Eber- hardy, Mark Eggeheen Fifth row: Kenneth Horn, Gordon Bourrett, Eugene Otten, Armond Blackman, Roger Kabelowsky, Earl Hellman HOMEROOM 219 First row Nancy Bahler fxrenc aters L is ietz oan an Haveren Beverly Seibert Second VON Esther Bersch Marlys Wi keham Norma Kneeyers Joan Groenke Third row Qobert Dottar Mary Ann Fahl Barbara Schultz Donna Dopo yrch Marzenda Stiles Fourth row Thomas Dries Thomas Gruenewald leon Prstenoadt Robert Van De Kreeke Frlth row Norman Hesslink Franklin Burkart William Meier Harry Hueb ner David Hartmann Mr Witzeling : I A 1 A 1 ' , 5' 1 f : r ', 1 1 1 1 i : , t v I I E . ' ' 5 t 1 1 ' . VA. 7 1 1 , . . . . I ' f ' f vf T 2 , l WI , o D , J V A 1 N .. t I ' , g . , . 1 1 A 1 - " Pratn, Carol Eichmann, Patricia , fi 1 x 4 " - g , I I A 1 -Q f 1 4 X A lf, , . , X ,, 1 . - - 1 I 1 - 1 , , MJ, , - . .-.. f" A A ' 1 1 1 HOMEROOM 302 Fnrst row Mr Rhuel Constance Maertz Charmerne Martun Darlene Glerlce Kathleen Selchter Patrlcla Nesst Lois De Karske S cond row Sue lppel arol Shuttlebotham Mary Lou Andre Sally Welland June Zimmerman Dorothy Schaub Third row Anna Mae Anhalt Mary Quast Lois Melger Jane Wede meyer Lyle Dassow Fourth row Gerald Mueller Gary McDonald Richard Langenhahn William Lenbham Kenneth Beck Randall Taubenhelm Fnfth row Dale Puerce Roger Zu-n merman Rlchard Knopp Mschael Konrad Walter Paper Rlchard Raw mgs AND PREPARE FOR THEIR COVETED FINAL YEAR JUHIOFS played a leading role I0 the talent show en e lts A D They lent helping hands on the steering committee on stage and behznd stage Forensics and debate have lelt the presence ol the junuor class as It has produced some Tune spealcers Active participation In the Student Council has gvven leadershlp and parleamentary procedure The experience gained by worlclng on the committees during their hrst two years has proved exceedingly valuable because now rt IS their turn to be chairmen ol those same committees When lt comes time lor the letter awards the jUDIOF class IS well represented The junior boys have worlced 1 X' A mclcel stlll buys a rude on the Special hard to malce the junior class a success ID sports and their efforts have not been In vaun They have made their classmates proud ol tnem and have earned for themselves a leellng ol personal achlevement Many other actuvutles have occupaed the tnme and eltort ol the punlors These actuvutles are preparnng them to be the leaders ol the school next year Yes, all of the juniors have worlced togetwer through out the school year with the common goal of producing a better year lor all They are tne senior class of T953 and they shall try to make thenr sensor year the best ye r ol all JUNIORS 27 . : . . I . . A I ' 5 T I I I 7 f I l I e 2 , C I 4 l I I ' 1, if , A 4:1 -T Z. ' I I 1 ' 8 5 ' 5 ' ' K-.4 : n , X T ig . , ' , ' r I ., . I . 4 If , . IA , I . I - . . . ritl d " ' ate." ' ' ' ' . . . 4 . . , , . the junior class a baclcground ol useful knowledge about ' - - I . , - T . I W ' 1 ' . ' ' a . . x l ,, I , . 1 ' ' ,. 'f ' , , 7 Xl, . , f 1 'r' , A Jr ff ,7 A, f I ' A A r -I VV ' 5 J' 'E J' if ' 'N ,-' ' 1' y f- " V f J- ,' In r . 1 . N 1 tif 1 1 n 1 ll u ll Three of North s Gabrlels Noontrme snacIc SENIORS COMPLETE THEIR HIGH SCHOOL CAREER l M Conquering a womans world How many Inches from the floor do you want t7 '13 LN I crown you Kung James and Queen Waneta Warming up frost bitten ears Fnngers and noses 28 SENIORS . tih . I I Q W Y rj!!! 5 3 of A af A ' - I I Il 4 i I . 1 . - L Q v J W 5 ' . A, - c 5 Q l I ' ' ' ve M4 7 4 559, .- " I b"'Z..f-1 CI BY LENDING A HAND TO ALL OF NORTHS ACTIVITIES ,.,..... L.......I t R t I I y SENIORS 29 The uietest place in scI1ooI. Poodles and ponies invade North. n I " A I I I I I I ge EI I Artiss at worIc. One of the many art projects. oman ic momen s a North. "An new business?" SENIOR CLASS OFFICERS Standlng Dlclc Berlnger president Jack I-Iolsen vuce president Seated Donna Dassovv secretary Marllyn Schelb treasurer SENIORS DEPART FROM FAMILIAR NORTH HALLS Each year the senior class elects officers to conduct Its meetings and to perform any necessary duties Senior class meetings are held as often as necessary to discuss senlor actuvutles Drclc Berlnger, this years class president presided over all sensor meetln s and gave an address at com mencement exercises he v1ce president .Iaclc f'Iolsen, served as chairman of the banquet committee R cordlng the actlvntxes of the class meetlngs and presentlng the minutes was the duty of the class secretary, Donna Dassow Marilyn Schelb treasurer, handled the flnancnal end of the class actuvltles and was head of the banquet tlclcet committee Many senlor commlttees were formed In order to dlstrlbute the responslbllltles of a graduating class as much as possible The senuor log committee collected all press articles and other publlcatlons concerning the senior class Betty Bearns vvas chairman of this committee Janlce Krum was head of the baccalaureate committee whlch made all the necessary arrangements for the annual baccalaureate ceremony the lnvntatlon committee headed by Mary Ann Starlcl Lollle prange and her committee were responsible for the decorations at the semor banquet The maternal for the banquet was organized by the program committee vvuth Charles Cronen as chanrman With everyone vvorlclng together and servlng these committees the senior class realized a successful clnmax to four enjoyable years LeRoy Ahrens Baseball 3 4 Chorusi Q Intramurals'I Q 3 4 Tele Talent Pirates of Penzance Ronald Begallce lntramuralsi Q 3 4 30 SENIORS Betty Beams Intramurals 'l Q 3 4 Homeroom Officer Q Richard Berlnger Intramurals 3 Forenslcs'I Q 3 4 De ate'I Q 3 4 Squad Leader 3 Honor Society 3 4 C uncll'I 9 3 4 CouncllCommlttees'l Q 3 4 Sensor Class Presndent Barretts of Wnmpole Street Cheaper by the Dozen My Slster Elleen 3 1 i 1 I i A ' 1 I . besides acting as toastmaster at the senior class banquet, All lnvltatlons for senior events vvere sent out by U 2- . . . . 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H X 1 I I f M b f I I I I O A f I I f I I I I f I I Frederick Blaclcman Football 1, Q, 3, 4 Urbanite 3, 4 Intramurals 1, Q, 3, 4 Stage Crew 1, Q, 3, Manager 1 Usher 1 Jerome Bloclc FootbaII1 Q I-lomeroom Officer 9 JBITICS BI'2U Football 1 Basketball 1 Intramurals 9 Trudy Brunmerer Chorus Q Urbamte Q 3 4 Polaris 3 4 Intramurals 1 Q 3 4 I-lomeroom OHucer Q Council 4 Council Committee 4 I-'on0r Cocrety 4 Allan Crzauslcas F otball1 Q 3 4 Basketball1 Q 3 Track 1 Band 1 I-Iomeroom Officer 1 Councll 1 Councnl Commlttee 1 My Sister Elleen 4 Q Keith Blevons Intramurals SZ, 3, 4 I-Iomeroom Ollicer Q James Bray Football 1 B n 1 Q 3 4 Intramurals 1 Stage Crew 3 4 Councul 1 ouncrl Committee Patrol 1 Gerald Brunmerer Urbamte Prnnters1 Q 3 Stage Crew1 Q 3 4 ohn Burlchardt ransferred from Lalce Malls aseball 3 4 Football1 Q Ba etbaII1 Q 3 4 Traclc 1 Tennis 3 omeroom Ofllcer 1 o nc1I1 Q 3 ouncll Committees 3 Vuce president of school Busuness Editor of Annual It s A Date Charles Cronen Urbamte 3 4 Intramurals 3 4 Homeroom Ofllcer 3 4 Councul Commlttees Q Tele Talent It s A Dare SENIORS Robert Cronen Urbanite 3 IntramuralsI Q Library Assistant 4 It s A Date Paul Dannenberg Ban I Q lntramurals'I Q Squad Leader 3 Homeroom Officer I 3 Manager I Edward Dekker lntramurals'I Q 3 4 Homeroom Officer Q Mary Ann Dekker Chorus 'I 9 3 4 Make Up 'I Council Committees Q "It's A Date" Donald Diener Football I Track 'I Intramurals I, 9, , 1 SENIORS Richard Daehnert Orchestra I Polaris 3, 4 Projection Staff I Red Cross 3 I-lonor Society 4 Donna Dassow Urbanlte 3 4 Po aris 9 3 4 Intramurals I-lomeroom Officer I Display Committee Q Council CommltteeSI Senior Class Secretary Tele Talent It s A Date Edythe Dekker Polaris 4 Intramurals I 9 3 4 l-lomeroom Officer Q Council Committees Q Tele Talent Its A Date Delores Delorme Chorus 3 Intramurals I 2 Display Committee I Make Up Q Council Committees I Cheer Leader 'I Q 3 "Tele-Talent' "lt's A Date" Letitia Dohms OrchestraI Q Llrbanite 3 Intramurals I Q 4 I-lomeroom Officer I Council Q Council Committees Q A'Tele-Talent" "It's A Date" Q 3 93 Q 9 Janet Dottai Chorus 4 Intramurals 1, Q, 3, 4 Joyce Elllnger l-lomeroom Ollncer Q Council 1 Councrl Commrttees Q 't s A Date Mary Erbstoesser Chorus 1 Intramurals Homeroom Olfrcer Q Tele Talent Its a Date June Evans C orus1 9 3 4 Urbanlte 3 4 Polaris 3 4 lntramurals1 Q 3 4 l-lomeroom Officer 1 Q Councll Q CouncllCommuttees1 Q 3 4 Tele Talent It s A Date Dorothy Fetterer Intramurals 3 Homeroom Officer 3 Usher1 Q Ralph Dottai Football 1, Q l-lomeroom Officer 1 ohn Engeswlclc Intramurals 1 3 Homeroom Olhcer1 Q 3 Stage Crew 1 Q 3 4 Councrl 1 ouncrl Commrttees Football Manager 1 3 rack Manager 1 Q Waneta Esch Chorus 1 Q 3 Polaris 3 ntramurals 1 3 orensncs 9 4 Squad Leader 3 4 Homeroom Offucer 1 Councrl 1 3 4 Councul Commlttees1 Q chool Secretary 4 ce Carnival Queen Honor SOCICXY 4 Cheaper by the Dozen Tele Talent Its A Date etty Federer rbamte 1 Q 4 Polarns 3, 4 ntramurals 4 Debate 1 omeroom Ohhcer 1 2 Council Commlttees Q 3 Lrbrary Asslstant 1 Tele Talent Its A Date Joanne Flstler Chorus 3 4 SENIORS 33 Carol Fredrlclc Chorus1 Q Squad Leader 3 4 Homeroom Ofllcer 1 Councll Q Councnl Commnttees Q Honor so I ty 4 Robert Gelrr Football 1 9 Track1 2 3 IntramuraIs1 Q 3 4 Squad Leader 3 4 I-Iomeroom Officer Q 3 Council 1 Councrl Commxttees 1 Manager 3 4 PatroI1 Q Ralph Gessler Intramurals 1 Janet Gmach CI1orus1 3 4 Llrbanlte 3 4 Councnl Committees 4 Tele Talent It s A Date Duane Goodnouglr Chorus 1 Q Llrbamte 1 Q Po arls 3 4 IntramuraIs1 Q 3 4 I-Iomeroom OHlcer1 Q 4 Malce Up Q Councul Commnttee Library Asslstant1 Tele Talent It s A Date SENIORS 34 s 3 Richard Gehr FootbalI1 Q c 1 Q 3 Chorus 1 Intramurals1 Q 3 4 Squad Leader 3 4 I-Iomeroom Officer Q Councnl 1 Councul Commnttees 1 PatroI1 Q Germaune Gehng Llrbanlte 3 4 Po arls 3 4 Intramurals 1 Q 4 Councll 4 Councul Commlttees 4 Carol Gull Llrbamte 3 4 Intramurals 1 Q 3 4 I-Iomeroom Offucer Q Dusp ay Q 3 4 Make Up 9 Glee Club 3 Tele Talent lt s A Date Marlon Goldman Intramurals I-'lom room OFfncer1 Councnl Q Library Asslstant Q Glee Club 3 It s A Date Iolrn Gorter Intramurals 1 Q I Tralc 4 I ,314 I I I I . ' ' I I I . I , , . I3 n 3 :'2 , , ,9 I I . . I I 1 1 1 ' I .' I I 1 1 'I 1 1 . . ,Q ' V I I U , . I I Polaris 2, 3, 4 I I I I I 1 1 3,4 I I 7 ' - - 1 , . U I- 1 . T J: 1 ' 1 13 I ' , 1 1 1 1 1 19,3 ' ' 1,9, ,4 1 Astrid Grant Orchestra 1, Q, 3, 4 Band 1, Q, 3, 4 Urbanite Q, 3, 4 Polaris Q, 3, 4 Intramurals 1, Q, 3, 4 Forensics 1 Squad Leader 3, 4 l-lomeroom Olficer 1, Q, 3, 4 Honor Society 3, 4 Council 4 Council Committees 9, 3, 4 School Secretary "Tele-Talent" "lt's A Date" Sharon Grube I-lomeroom OHic,r Tic ets1 Q 3 U er1 Q 3 Kenneth Hanson Football Q 3 4 Golf 9 Tennis Q Intramurals Q 3 I-lomeroom Officer 0 It s A Date My Sis er Eileen Richard Hartmann lntramurals1 Q 3 Janet Heald Chorus 1 Q 3 Uroanite1 Q 3 Polaris 3 lntramurals1 Q 3 4 Forensics 1 Q 3 4 Squad Leader 3 4 l-lomeroom OHicer1 9 Make Up 1 Council1 3 Council Committees 1 Q I-lonor Soc: ty 4 Te e Talent lt s A ate Years Ago Barretts of Wimpole t t Cheaper By The Doz n My Sister Eileen Joyce Groene Girls Glee Club 3, 4 "lt's A Date" Margaret Gruenewald Urbanite Q, 3, 4 Polaris Q, 3, 4 Intramurals 1, Q, 3, 4 Squad Leader 3 4 Display Committee 1 Q 3 4 CouncilCommittees1 Q 3 4 Honor Society 4 Tele Talent Its A Date Beverlee Harris Urbanite Q 3 Polaris 4 Intramurals 1 Q 3 4 l-lomeroom Officer 1 Make Up 9 Girls Glee Club 3 Council Q Council Committees 1 9 3 Tele Talent lt s A Date Betty Hase Mar lntramurals1 Q 3 Display Committee 1 Ticket Committee1 9 3 4 Usher? 3 4 Library Assistant1 Q 3 l-lcn r Society 4 Tele Talent lt s A Date y Heermann Orchestra Q 3 4 Band1 Q 3 4 Polaris 3 4 Intramurals 4 Squad Leader3 4 l-lome room Officer 9 Display Com mittee 3 l-lonor Society 3 4 Council 1 3 Council Com ees 1 4 Years Ago The Barretts of Wim pole Street Cheaper By The Dozen Tele Talent Its A e My ister Eileen SENIORS 35 0 Q 1 li , , ,4 1 1 1 sh , , 1 1 1 I I I I I I 4 , Q, 3 I 1 K, ,, I ' 1 1 14 .Y ., I I I - I I I I I , , ,4 . , I I I I 1 1 V , , : -14 .1 1 I 1 1 A 1 1 1 1 1 1 in 1 1 1 1, 9, 3, 4,1 Forensics 1, Q, 3, ,1 1 1 41 .2 - 1 1314 1 - 4 .1 A 1 1 . 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Z .. , Patrrcla Heller Urbanlte1 Q lntramurals1 Q 3 4 TncketCommuttee 1 Q 3 Councll Committees 1 Llbrary Asslstant Girls Glee Club Q 3 Thomas Hlclcs Football 1 Q 3 4 T nnfs 1 Q 3 4 lntramurals1 Q 3 4 l-lomeroom OHICCF1 Stage Crew 4 Councll 1 Council Commlttees1 Q Usher 1 lt s A Date My Custer Elleen John Hoffmann lntramurals1 Q 3 Jacle Holsen C orus 1 Q 3 4 Urbanute 4 lntramurals1 Council Commlttees 4 Manager 1 Sensor Class Vnce Presudent Tele Talent Its A Date My Sister Elleen Rosemary Huebner l1tramurals1 Us er1 Q 3 Library Asslstant1 Q SENIORS 36 La Von Herwlg Football 4 1 Q 3 Intramurals 1 Q 3 lt s A Date Jerome Hrlgenberg Not pnctured Georguana l'lorn Urbanlte 3 Polarls 3 4 Councll Committees Q 3 M Jaclc Hollander Ban 1 Q 3 Chorus 4 Lols Holzer Ban 1 Q I'-lomeroom Officer Library Assistant Q Cheer Leader 3 4 Herbert Humlce Baseball 4 otball1 Q 3 Traclc 1 1 lntramurals1 Q 3 4 l-lomeroom OHlcer1 Q 4 Tele Talent Its A Date My Ssster l lleen John Jacobson Baseball 3, 4 Football 3, 4 Basketball Q, 3, 4 Track Q lntramurals1 2 3 4 l-lomeroom OFlicer1 Q 3 Kenneth Kalk lntramurals1 Q 3 4 Projection StaH1 Q 3 Janet Kna us Urbanlte 3 4 Polarls 4 Intramurals 1 Q 3 4 l-lomeroom OHlcer1 Council 4 Councul Commlttees1 It s A Date Patrlcla Koehn Orchestra 1 Chorus SZ Urbanlte Q 3 Polaris 3 4 lntramurals1 Q 3 Malte Up Q Councrl 1 Council Commlttees1 3 Tele Talent It 5 A Date Gerald Kohls Chorus 1 lntramurals Q Lloyd Jasperse Traclc 1, 2 Tennis 4 Band 1, Q, 3, 4 Urbanite 1 lntramurals1 "Its A Date" Constance Karch Chorus1 S2 Urbanlte1 Q lntramurals1 Q 3 4 l-lomeroom Olfrcer 1 Malce Up Q Council Committees 1 Tele Talent lt s A Date Rae Knoll Lubrary Assistant Robert Kohlmann Baseball 3 Football 1 Q 3 lntramurals1 Q 3 4 Display 3 4 Councul Committees 3 Bermce Krepslcy Chorus 1 Intramurals 3 4 l-lorneroom OHICCF 3 Councrl 3 Usher 3 4 Glee Club 3 SENIORS 37 Janice Krum Chorus 'I Q 3 4 Polarls 3 4 I-Iomeroom Othcer I Honor COCIZYY 3 4 COUDCIIAI Q 3 Council Committees 1 Llbrary Asslstant'I It s A Date Robert Ladwlg Orchestra 9 3 4 n 'I Q 3 Intramurals Q 3 I-Iomeroom OFIlcer 3 Its A Date My Snster Eileen lone Lemlce Uroanlte Q 3 4 Polarls 3 4 Intramurals 3 4 Make Up Q 3 Councll Committees 9 Library Assistant 'I Gurls Glee Club 4 Its A Date James Lemlcull Football 3 4 BasketbaIII Q Ban 'I Q In ramurals'I Q 3 I-Iomeroom Olhcer 3 Council Committees 3 Roger Llenau B n 'I Q 3 Intramurals 3 Tele Talent Its A Date My Sister Eileen SENIORS 38 Q3 4 Ronald Kuether Urbanlte 3 Polaris 4 Intramurals 'I Q 3 4 Camera Statl S2 3 4 Council Committees 3 Tele Talent John Landwehr Football I IntramuraIs1 Q 3 4 I-Iomeroom Otlscer I Manager'I Q 3 4 Evert Lemlcull Football 4 BasketbaII'I Q Track 'I Orchestra Q n 'I Q 3 IntramuraIs'I Q Squad Leader 3 I-Iomeroom Officer 'I Council Q 3 Council Commlttees Q 3 4 ParoIQ 3 4 Barretts of Wlmpole Street It s A Date My Slster Euleen JoAnn Lledlng C orus 'I Q 3 4 Urbanrte Q 3 4 Po arls 3 4 IntramuraIs'I Q 3 4 Squad Leader 3 4 I-Iom room OHncer'I Q 3 Make Up Q I-lonor Soc: ty 3 4 C uncIII Q 3 4 CounclIComn1tt es Q 3 Its A Dat Donald Lorenz Baseball 3 4 Football 'I Trac 'I Q Intramurals 3 llf I . ll I "' I Ill ll ll . ,Q,3 ' ' ll Bad , , ,4 ,I4 . 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' , '2 , ,4 O ' 7,. ad , , ,4 ,4 ' uv- -I lc' Barbara Lulcos Urbanlte 4 Polarls 3 4 lntramurals1 Q 3 4 Forenslcs1 Q Debate 1 l-lomeroom OHlcer1 Q 3 4 Council 3 Counc1lCommlttees Q 3 4 Tele Talent Its A Date Rrchard Mandel Basketball Q Track 3 4 Orchestra 4 B n 1 Q 3 4 lntramurals9 3 4 Homeroom Offrcer Q Councll 3 Council Committees 3 My Suster Hlleen Carol Martln Chorus 1 Q 3 4 Urbanute Q 3 4 Polarus 3 4 lntramurals1 3 l-lomeroom Officer 1 Councrl Commuttees 3 Tele Talent It s A Date John Matellco Football 1 Q 3 Basketball 1 Q Intramurals 1 Q Francha Meyer Uer1Q34 3 surf lg" rchard Lycan ootball 1 Chorus 1 Q 3 4 lntramurals1 Q Homeroom Officer 3 Councrl Committees 3 onor Soclety 4 Tele Talent obert Marlcelz ntramurals1 Q 3 4 Camera Staff 4 Council Commlttees 1 an ger1 Q 3 4 Mary Lou Mason Chorus 1 Q 3 Urbanlte 3 4 Polarrs 3 Intramurals 1 Q 3 4 Debate 1 Homeroom Officer 1 Make Up 1 Q Councll Commlttees1 3 Tele Talent lt s A Date My Srster Elleen Donna Mae Mattes U er1 9 3 4 Wallace Muesfeld Intramurals 1 Q Homeroom Offecer Q SENIORS 39 Eclutlw Mlrlces Urbanlte 4 lntramurals 9 3 l-lomeroom Olfucer 1 Council Commlttees 3 Lubrary Assnstant 94 4 Tele Talent It s A Date Willard Moegenburg l-lomeroom OHICZF 1 Councul Commlttees 3 Tele Talent e9.0,,Jw'NJs N. 't-f'xJ.1...s.a, A5543-ANA-, QA-u4crceL.lls..,.J: lhl .LQ d2I'I'lIC2 Muellfa' Polaris 3 lntramurals1 9 4 SQA.:-Arlft Ltbrary Assustant 1 MMLJJ- KQLE ,Xi --kglkl X- 'kk Qwxa.. Akaol Lt VN EQNNMKCLNMNM xcxrtx "K EA XNLLLLJ Harvey Mults P Baseball 3 Basketball 3 Track 1 NXLu...!L lntramurals1 9 3 4 l-lomeroom OHICCI' 1 My Sus er Elleen Noreen Nennlg Cl'1orus1 Q Polarls 4 Intramurals 1 l-lomeroom OHICZY1 9 3 4 Red Cross 9 Councul 9 4 Council Committees 9 3 4 Honor Society 4 Tele Talent lt s A Date SENIORS 40 averne Moegenburg Chorus 1 Urbanrte 9 3 ntramurals 9 Debate 1 l-lomeroom Officer 9 ed Cross 9 Library Asslstant1 Council Committees 3 onor Society 4 My cus er Elleen Darlene Moeller C orus 1 9 3 4 Urbanlte 1 lntramurals1 Tuclcets 3 Cheer Leader 1 Gerald Mueller Baseball 4 lntramurals1 9 3 4 l-lomeroom Officer 9 James Murphy Football 1 9 Trac 1 Q Urbamte 3 lntramurals1 l-lomeroom OHICZV 1 Dnsplay 3 Karl Nesst Urbanlte 9 Councul Commuttees Tele Talent l Remember Mama Its A Date My Sister Elleen 9 Anna Neuses Polaris 3 4 Intramurals1 9 3 4 I-Iomeroom OFIicer1 SZ 3 Council Committees1 3 Tele Talent its A Date Wayne Nyhuis Orchestra B n 'I Q 3 4 Polaris 4 Intramurals 1 Geraldine Otten IntramuraIs1 Q Make Up 1 Faye Ann Paslce Polaris 3 4 Intramurals1 Q Forensics 1 Q 3 4 Debate Q 3 Make Up 3 Council Committees I-lcnor Society 4 It S A Date Mary Ellen Phalen Urbanite 3 4 Polaris 4 Intramurals 1 Q 3 4 Make Up Q 3 Council Committees1 Library Assistant 1 "lt's A Date" Joyce Nyenhuis Intramurals Q 3 I-Iomeroom Officer 9 It s A Date Richard Oldenburg Football 1 Basketball 1 Q 3 Intramurals 1 Q 3 4 Squad leader 4 I-Iomeroom Officer 1 3 Projection Staff 1 Sound Crew 9 3 4 Council 4 Council Committees Q 3 Manager 3 4 Patrol 3 4 Usher 4 Cheaper By The Dozen It s A Date My Sister Eileen William Ottensmann Football 3 T c 1 Q 3 4 Intramurals 1 Q Camera StaFI1 Q 3 4 Squad Leader 3 4 Council 1 Council Committees 1 Q Patrol 1 Honor Scciety 4 Tele Talent My Sister Eileen Richard Paslce Basketball 1 2 Tr ck1 S2 3 Urbanite 3 4 Intramurals 3 4 Squad Leader 3 I-Iomeroom Officer I-Ionor Society 3 4 CounciI1 9 3 Council Committees 1 Q P rol 1 Q 3 4 School Vice President School President Cheaper By The Dozen My Sister Ei een Josephine Pilsl Urbanite Q 3 Polaris 4 IntramuraIs1 Q 3 4 Make Up Q 3 Council Committees Q 3 "lt's A Date" 4 4 SENIORS 41 Marguerite Ponatlm Orchestra1 Q 3 lntramurals1 U er 1 9 3 4 Llbrary Assnstant Q Girls Glee Club 3 Its A Date Laura Prange Urbanlte 1 Polarus Q 3 lntramurals1 Q 3 4 Forensrcs 1 l-lomeroom Orlrcer 1 Dnsolay Commrttee 1 Make Up 1 Council 1 Council Commlttees1 Tele Talent It s A Date James Radlce Basketball 1 Trac 3 4 Orcl'1estra1 Q 3 4 n 1 Q 3 Intramurals Q 3 Squad Leader 3 4 l-lomeroom Offucer Tele Talent It s A Date My Custer Eileen Frank Rehberger Baseball 3 4 lntramurals1 Q 3 4 Souad Leader 3 I-lomeroom OHrcer1 Red Cross 3 Genre Roenrtz Urbamte 3 P ans Q 3 4 I-lomeroom Ollncer 3 Drsplay Committee 1 Council 1 Councnl Commuttees1 SENIORS 42 Q Q Q3 4 ol1n Poole Track Q lntramuralS1 Q 3 4 Squad Leader 3 arllyn Quinn Olarls 4 l-lomeroom Officer Council 3 ouncrl Commrttees 3 Usher 3 lmer Raprn Football 1 Q 3 4 Track 1 ntramurals1 Q l-lomeroom OHIC r Q Alphonse Renter lntramurals 3 4 Red Cross 4 Thomas Roerdlnlc Baseball 3 4 Basketball 4 Trac 1 Q ln ramurals1 Q 3 4 l-lomeroom Qlllcer Q Helen Ruppel lntramurals 1, Q, 3, 4 Council Committee Library Assistant 3 "Tele-Talent" "lt's A Date" Peter Sa gal Baseball 3 Football 3 Bancl 1 lntramurals1 Q Henry Schaefer Football Q 4 c 1 Q 3 lntramurals1 Q 3 My Sister Eileen Henry Schaub Baseball 1 Peter Schils C 1 9 3 4 lntramurals1 Q l-lomerocm Oltic lt s A Date Cheaoer By The M ist r Eile n r Daz n s3,4 I wk John Saclcett Library Assistant 4 Diane Schacle Orchestra Q 3 Ban 1 Q 3 Chorus 4 Polaris 4 lntramurals1 Q 4 Forensicsi? 3 4 Squad Leader 3 4 Homeroom Ollic r1 Q l-lonor Society 3 4 Council 1 Council Committees 1 Cheaper By The Dozen Tele Talent lt s A Date Lowell Schaefer Orchestra1 Q B n 1 Q 3 4 lntramurals1 Q 3 4 l-lomeroom Offnccr 1 Council 1 Council Committees Q Patrol 2 Tele Talent lt s A Date Marilyn SCl'l2lb Orchestra Q 3 4 B n 1 Q 3 4 Urbanite 4 Polaris 3 4 lntramurals1 Q 3 4 l-lomeroorn OtficerQ 3 4 Council 4 Council Committees Q 3 4 Senior Class Treasurer Tele Talent Its A Date Betty Schlienz Chorus 1 SENIORS 43 Yvonne Schmeiser Usher 1, Q, 3, 4 "Tele-Talent" Yvonne Schoenenberger Urbarute 4 Council Committees 3 4 Usher 3 lt s A Date Judie Schutte l-lomeroom Olllcer 1 Council Committees 1 Calrls Glee Club 4 James Schultz Baseball 3 4 Football 1 Basketball 1 lntramurals1 Q 3 4 Squad Leader 4 Projection Stalt1 9 3 Barbara Schuette Chorus 1 Polaris 3 4 lntramurals1 Q Display Committee 4 Make Up 3 SENIORS 44 William Schmidt Baseball 3, 4 Football 1, Q, 3, 4 Basketball 1, 2 Track 1, Q Chorus 1, Q, 3, 4 lntramurals 1, Q, 3, 4 l-lomeroom Ollrcer 1 Stage Crew 1 Tele Talent Roger Schroeder Dons Schuh Chorus1 Q 3 4 Polaris 3 4 lntramurals1 S2 3 4 l-lomeroom Officer 1 Make Up Q Councll1 4 CouncllCommrttees1 Q 3 4 School Treasurer Honor Society 4 Tele Talent Pirates of Penzance It s A Date My Sister Eileen Mary Schulz Chorus 1 Intramurals 1 Q 3 4 Make Up 3 Council Commlttees1 3 Tele Talent It s A Date Ronald Seefeldt lntramurals1 Q 3 Squad Leader 4 .1280 SIHS Chorus 1 3 4 Urbanlte 4 Polaris 4 l-lomeroom Ollncer1 lt s A Date Lew Sohn l-lomeroom Officer 1 Stage Crew 1 Q 3 4 Richard Spatzelc Basketball 4 Orchestra1 Q 3 4 n 1 Q 3 lntramurals1 Q 3 Urbanute 3 4 My Sus er Euleen Mary Ann Starlcl Orchestra 1 Q Urbanlte 3 4 Po arls 3 4 Intramurals1 2 3 4 l-lomeroom OHlcer1 Q 3 4 Councol 3 Council Commuttees Q 3 4 lsA Date Vernon Steger Baseball 3 4 Urbanlte 3 Po arts 3 4 lntramurals1 3 4 l-lomeroom Ortrcer 1 3 Council 4 Councll Committee 4 ll nor onset 4 Lee Smith Football1 Q askvtball 1 Tr C 1 Q 3 Intramurals l-lomeroom Olflcer Q Caroline Sohre Make Up Q 3 Lavonne Stahl Chorus 1 Urbamte 3 4 Polaris 3 4 lntramurals1 Q 3 Make Up Q 3 Councrl Q Councrl Commnttees 3 Marjorie Steffen T1clcetCommlttee 1 Q Usher9 3 4 Lrbrary ASSISIGHI1 S2 Betty Stnelow l-lomeroom Officer 3 Usher 3 4 SENIORS 45 Robert Stielow Debate 1, Q l-lomeroom Olficer 1 CounciI1 9 DIM12 Teh Pas Urbannte 3 4 Intramurals Q 3 4 l-lomeroom Olllcer Q Council Commlttees 4 Beverly Thornton Po ans 3 4 lntramurals'l Q 3 Judy Vande Guchte lntramurals1 9 3 l-lomeroom Officer 1 Richard Van Der Puy nnls1 Q 3 Orchestra 1 B n 1 Q 3 lntramurals1 Q 3 4 Tele Talent lt s A Date SENIORS 46 Phillip Stubenrauch Football 1 Traclc 1, Q, 3 Stage Cre 3 Patrol Q 4 "My Sister Eileen" Donna Teumer rchestra n 1 Q 3 ntramurals 1 l-lomeroom Olllcer 3 Councrl Q 4 ouncrl Committees 3 l-'on r Socle y 4 Barbara Tlmm Orchestra Q o ans 4 lntramurals1 3 Make Up 3 4 l-lonor Society 3 4 Councrl Committees 3 Lvbra y Asslstant 1 Its A Dare My Sister Eileen Barbara Vanderbllt Uroanrte Q 3 4 Po arls 3 4 Malte Up Q 3 Council Committee Its A Date Dons Van De Wege Chorus Q Malte Up Q 3 Council Committees 3 ltsADat Paul Van Haveren Football1 3 C orus 1 Q 3 4 lntramurals1 Homeroom Officer Q Projection Staff 1 Q Council 3 Council Committees Diane Wagner Chorus1 Q Ur anite 1 Q 3 4 Polaris 3 4 lntramurals9 3 4 Forensics 1 Q Debate 1 l-lomeroom Officer Q Honor Society 3 4 Council Q 3 4 Council Committees1 Tele Talent It s A Date Robert Wamser Baseball 3 4 Ba etball1 Q 3 4 lntramuralsQ 3 4 Squad Leader 3 4 l-lomeroom Ollicer 1 Honor Society 3 4 Council Q 3 4 Council Committees 9 School President Jean White Orchestra 1 Cuirls Glee Club 4 Forensics Q "lt's A Date" Kenneth Williams Homeroom Officer 1, Stage Crew 3, 4 Manager 1, Q, 3, 4 "Tele-Talent" SZ Q 3 ...af ,rr James Voigt Baseball 3 4 ootball 1 Basketball 1 ntramurals1 Q 3 4 4 Squad Leader 3 l-lomeroom OHicer1 Q 3 4 Stage Crew Q 3 Council 1 ouncil Committe Pa rol Q 3 4 ean Waldau rchestra1 Q Urbanite 4 Polaris 3 4 es9 Squad Leader 3 4 lntramuralsQ 3 4 omeroom OHicer1 3 Council 3 Council Committe l-lonor Sccie y 4 Tele Talent lt s A Date Sharon Welling Chorus 1 clrbanite 3 4 Polaris 4 ntramurals1 9 3 es34 4 I-lomeroom Office ouncil Commuttees1 lt s A Date Robert Wilke lntramurals1 Audrey Winscher Orchestra 1, Q, 3, 4 Malte Up Q, 3, 4 SENIORS 47 Delores Wollert Chorus 1 Intramurals 1, Q, 3, 4 Girls Glee Club 4 Usher 1 Irene Wood Chorus Q, 3, 4 Urbanite 1, 9, 3, 4 Polaris 3 Council Committees Q I-Ion r Society 4 Its A Date Pirates of Penzances Wesley Ystesund Urbamte 1 Roland Yurlc Squad Leader 3 4 I-lomeroom Officer 3 4 Dorothy Zastrow Usher 1 'iii-.arm lpn-Si z I SENIORS 48 Mary Wondergen Chorus 1 Polaris 3, 4 Intramurals 3 Homeroom OHicer1 Q 3 4 Malte Up 1, 3 Council Committees Q 3 4 "Tele-Talent" Joan Worscheck lntramurals1 Q 3 Honor Soc: ty 4 Its A Date Lois Yurlc Urbamte Q 3 Intramurals1 Q 3 4 Council Committees Girls Glee Club 3 Library Assistant 1 Tele Talent It s A Date Frances Zarletti Intramurals 1 Q 3 Usher1 Q Library Assistant 1 Its A Date heron Zimmermann C orus1 Q 3 4 Intramurals Q Council Committees Q 3 4 Tele Talent It s A Date l I . . -Z 45' 43A 4T"Oul I I I I I l an I 1 , . Il I I I Qirriaualw V, It ,f ' ', , it EXPECTATIONS OF THE FUTURE FACE GRADUATES Now we are graduating Many days have sped by since we spent our First day at North, many happy some troubled but all wonderful davs Four years ol activity and learning Four years ol growing up We are thinlcing ol all the activities we participated in and all the lun we h d There were the operettas and talent shows the football and baseball games student council committees and pep programs and many other activities which we shall always remember We are leaving now and we leel a little happy a little sad, and some ol us maybe a little afraid Now we are parting with each of us going in a dillerent direction Some ol us are going to school some to work some to serve our country and some of us will soon be establish ing our own homes We all hope to succeed in what ever we undertalce Some ol us wish we would have put a little more into our four years at North and thereby acquired a little more With the coming ol graduation comes a Flood ol mem ones Each one of us has stored certain incidents in our memories as precious little gems Graduation s the magic l4ey that opens all of our hide away places This is the day we have been living lor and yet dread ng As we walk up to get our diplomas we hold our quite sure we want to leave the secure protection ol North s walls Now we are the envy of the classes which will follow s All too soon they will be graduating Feeling the same nervous excitement we are Feeling We are leaving Vollrath bowl now, our diplomas in our hands We say goodbye to North l-ligh, our Alma Mater which we shall always remember and love SENIORS 49 I V u . . , . . b , i , d . I 1 4 F . I . H - 4 heads high with pride, and yet deep inside we are not . . 1 . . , , . . . A U l b ' 1 A Activities serve as a spice to tne program ol studies ln tlwem you can do constructive work gain valuable expernence and lwve a good time as vvell Many a graduate vvrll loolm baclc on a debate trlp an alter sclmool relwearsal for a play lat or talent slwovv as a wonderful time and experience 'llne year of 1951 5? vvlll be remembered as tlwe year of tlwe all sclwool play Clweaper by tne Dozen ol tlwe concerts, of tlwlrd place In Natronal Forensic League de ate ol tne senior class play My Sister :een ol tlwe lwomecomlng parade and Farmers Day ol pep slots ol auditorium programs and ol tne foreign student drive It will be remembered because lwovv could any one lorget wltlw all tlwose accompllslwments to serve as nappy remlnders ol a yea ol sclwool lute vvell spent ACTIVITIFS . d . 4 C A 1' I r' talent slwovv, Hltls a Date," ol tne vvinter and spring b , ' , 'A A EI ,H ff A A . . , ' r l - . s. , ,c FIRST SEMESTER COUNCIL Standung Robert Wamser Presudent Furst row Roger I-Ieunzen Marulyn Scheub Duclc Oldenburg Dorus Schuh Duck Berunger LuAnn Fessler Duck Paske Waneta Esch Second row Muss Ellungson Jane Gerhug Darlene Schleunung Pat I-leunzen Duane Wagner Germaune Gehrug Pat Loebbalca Thurd row Mumu Muus Julue Wulke Judy Whuffen Duane De Back Roberta Johnson LaDonna Teumer Ronald Manser Fourth row Marulyn Peters Nancy Mueller Colleen Stanusch Dorothy Schnettler Gertrude Schumann Ann Federer Don I-Iertel Fufth row Durlc I-Iuenunlc Peter Nelson Phul Aaholm Duck Greusch Duck Knopp Sheldon Zummerman STUDENT COUNCIL PROMOTES DEMOCRATIC SCHOOL LIFE Perhaps the greatest pruvulege ever bestowed upon North I-lugh students was that ol governung themselves From the begunnung the Student Councul at Nl'lS has proved a wuse venture The weeltly meetungs ol the Councul serve as a method by whuch the Future voters of our natuon can be trauned un the worlcungs ol govern ment At North one representatuve Irom each home room us elected to serve as councullor lor a semester These councullors together wuth the all school olhcers present and duscuss problems whuch aruse durung the year Thus we are governed by the same democratic pruncuples upon whuch the Constututuon ol the Unuted States us founded ne of the lurst uobs whuch the Student Councul confronted was that ol selectung the boys who would represent North at the Kuwanuan and Rotaruan meetungs each month Also an Executuve Board was appounted along wuth members ol the seven standung commuttees ol whuch the councul us composed The councul elected four representatuves to attend the State Student Councul Conventuon un Belout whuch was held on Qctober Q0 Later these representatives Waneta Esch l.uAnn Fessler Bob Wamser and Roger I-leunzen reported to the councul what had transpureru at the conventuon Stull another Student Councul prouect was that of 52 COUNCIL unvestugatung the movue theater problem It was ds covered that student theater behavior did not meet the approval ol the managers and the theater owners threat ened to elumunate student card pruvuleges ul the problem was not met The councul along wuth the Urbanute, worlced long hours to meet thus challenge ln December the councul appounted a commuttee to unvestugate what was termed as the cheerleadung problem body that cheerung cannot be lelt enturely up to the cheerleaders, the students themselves must putch un Thus year the councul also duscussed a possuble amend ment to the constututuon I-lowever Iaulung to obtaun the necessary two thurds vote ol the student body as a whole the amendment whuch dealt wuth the reworo 'ug of school presudentual requurements dud not go twrougw Qne ol the buggest decusuons made by tne councul was to brung Ioreugn students to North I-lugh next vear A druve was held to collect money bv whuch tweur ex penses could be met and homes provuded Durung the latter part of January Iour Ioreugn students lrom Manu towoc and Two l2uvers were untervuewed and enter tauned here Another ussue brought to lught by tht councul was the penny putchung at school dances Agaun w h ulw cooperatuon ol the Llrbanute thus problem was luclted . I I . I 3 1 1 1 1 ' I 1 1 1 Z A V I I I I I I A I I I V 4 I I Z I I I A I - I - I I I : I I I I I I I I , : . . I I I . 4 I , I . 1 ' ' ' 1 ' ' 1 I l . . . . A . 1 A f 4 'A I ' The investigation served as a reminder to the student ' 1 . ' ' Q . . 4 , ' I . A W 'Q . , , . 1 1 " ' . . . . I , , . 1 ' I ' ' I . .. I . I , . I -I A , I T I I I ' . . X F ' ' . . ? , , The school othcers vvho presnded over the councll vvere hrst semester Bob Wamser president Dlclc paslce vlce president Waneta Esch secretary Doris Schuh treasurer second semester D1cl4 paslce president Bud lcemlcull vnce president Amy Grant secretary Noreen Nennlg treasurer Mnss Luella Ellsngson served as Iaculty advisor Standing commlttees were responslble for a la ge number of the council s accomplishments The pep committee under the supervision ot Miss Eluzabeth Kaatz presented many pep slots throughout the year to stlr up enthusiasm and school spurnt The hrst semester commnttee sponsored both a Farmers Day and a song and cheer contest Ihe vvlnnung entries of the contest provided the cheerleaders with some new maternal hlomecomxng along vvlth Float parade and hre also proved successful under the dlrectlon of this commlttee The social committee under Mlss Ann Parsons planned the social events vvhlch toolc place at North and chose the bands For next years dances Besides thus they made considerable progress on the problem of admlttnng June graduates to the Mixer dance next Iall The service committee under the dlrectlon of Mr l.eslne Stovall provided North vvrth patrol boys super vlsed tvvo auctions trimmed Norths Christmas trees and ushered at all athletnc events The drives committee ln charge of all school drives was responsnble for collecting the money which vvlll brlng tvvo Ioreugn stadents to N HS In fall Ine job ot the committee has also been to educate the students un regard to the varnous drseases For which money vvas collected At the suggestion of the drives committee a school was adopted In Tennessee last Iall vvhlch has been supported by Norths student body for the last ten months The committee s GCIIVITIZS were supervised by Mlss Margaret Wernecke The publlcltv committee was largely responsible for the success of all the stage productnons of the year Bubbler srgns e d signs and other forms of advertising Increased tlclcet sales The faculty advlsor vvas Mr E K n The hnance committee, supervlsed by Mr Warren White operated the concession stand both at noon and after school as well as at the baslcetball games The school dances were also provided vvlth refreshments because of the hard worlclng hnance committee members The audltorlum committee under Mr Arnold Rhlel has presented the student body vvlth a varled and educa tlonal series of lyceum programs It has been the re sponslblluty of the committee to organize choose and plan all audltornum presentations throughout the year AND GOVERNS THE ACTIVITIES OF NORTH SECOND SEMESTER COUNCIL Standlng Rlchard Paslce Presldent First rovv Richard Berlnger James Qadlce Rlcharcl Lycan Evert Lemlcull Astrld Grant Tom Gruenewalcl Edu h Mrrlces Janet Knaus Vernon Steger Second row Betty Dudarenlce Joanne Ries Verna Meyer Darlene Schlelnlng Marlon Schultz Mlm: Muuss Mary Van Zanten Pat Gretsch Judy WhrHen Ihlrd row Lois Leltl Carol Roth Trudy Brunmeler Gall I-Iammond Joanne Grollmus Rhoda Verlare Sally Welland Dennis Baker Miss Luella Elllngson Fourth row Kathleen Juclcem Barbara Dlrlcse Mary I-Ielm lrrs Buteyn Mary Ann Mlnnard Cfarol Schnerder COUNCIL 53 ' 1 1 I 1 - - - - . . , , 1 1 1 1 - - - - I 1 1 I 4 s - I - 1 ' 1 1 4 I - 1 - . . , . - 1 I' , , X . , I . ., . , . 1 " , . . 1 . . . , VI , . , , . . Bor . 1 I I I ' . . , - . ' 1 ' 1 , . . - 1 1 ' 1 -' 1 1 ' 5 1 ' I I I I I I K I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I ' I I 1 1 I I I I I SERVICE COMMITTEE DRIVES COMMITTEE Chairmen Richard Oldenburg First semester Richard Lycan second semester Richard Oldenburg La Donna Teumer Judy Oldenburg Mary Meier Mary Rothe Janet I-leald Polly Peukert COUNCIL COMMITTEES PUT INTO ACTION SUGGESTIONS AND Other Drives Committee members Other Servuce Committee Members Mary Burkard Duane Dales Mary Ann Daniels Edythe Dekker Barbara Dommusse Betty Dudarenke Judy Ehlert Waneta Esch Shirley Feld Lu Ann Fessler Darlene Guerke Duane Bob Kohlmann Jum Lemkuul Gary McDonald Donna Muchels Mumu Muuss Wulbert Nack Noreen Nennug Anna Neuses Margaret Pfister Laura Prange Joanne Ries Arleene Sackett Yvonne Schoenenberger Carol Sommer Mary Ann Starkl Peggy Sutter Barbara Timm Joyce Van De Loo June Zum merman Sheldon Zimmerman l"lellen Baumgart Ralph Bernhardt Muriel Dekker l-lugh Evans Vurgunua Grous Sue I-Ialvorsen Don Hicks Ron Jaschob Derald Kadung Margaret Kirsch Richard Langenhahn Mumr Sheck Frances Smues Phillip Stubenrauch David Watson Sandra Winkelhorst Chairmen Richard Paske Furt semester Evert Lemkuul second semester Left to right Duane De Back Darlene Papun lim Voigt Richard paske Judy Simmons Edith Gabruelse Mary Glaeser Lois Longvvell 54 COMMITTEES - 1 1 I I I I I I I 1 1 U 1 A 1 1 1 1 I , . I I I I . .. .I I . I I I , I I . I . . I , I . I ,. Goodnough, Virginia Grois, Joanne Grollmus, Pat I-leinzen, Muuss, Richard Oldenburg, Joe Sagal, Jim Schild, Larry I . .I I , l I . I . . I . I . . I . I . I , . , I I . I I I I I I . I I . - 1 1 , S , ' 1 . , , a . I , I k l , I I . PEP COMMITTEE Chalrmen Lu Ann Fessler Frrst semester Edlth Mlrkes second semester Seated Merllou Wood Annette Weber Dons Buteyn Shenla Flnst Joan Johnson Standing Helen Puppel Gab Kosup Joe I-Iolsen PLANS OF STUDENTS IN ALL PHASES OF SCHOOL LIFE Other Pep Commrttee Members Other Finance Commlttee Members Phul Aaholm Anna Mae Anhalt Nancy Bahler Dennis Baker Esther Bersch Sandra Bensman Tama Blake Mary Ann Bloclc Betty Brunnbauer Mary Brunnbauer Barbara Dlrlrse Phyllis Doyle Judy Ehlert Jacky Fessler Gloria Flrme Frances Gerend Duane Goodnough Dlclc Grasch Marge Grube Tom Gruene Wald Marilyn I-Iamllton Donald I-Iertel John I-Iolllngsworth Penny Johnson Connle Karch Carol Knatz Rose Mary Krln nlnger Lois Leltl Gertrude Lorenz Janet Lulcos Charmarne Martin Mary Lou Mason Eileen Mattes Julie Mlchels Jerry Mlrsberger Carole Mueller Pat Nesst Cathy Newman Nancy Oehmlce Dorothy Oldenburg Bull Ottensmann Marulyn Peters Vanda Roenltz Carol Roth Roger Schnell Barbara Schultz Bob Schutt Alice Schranlc Mary Jo Stlglltz Marzenda Stiles Randy Taubenhelm Audrey Theobald Mary Van Zanten Phyllls Wasmer Dave Watson Jane Wedemeyer Dave Wldder La Vonne Wllke Ruth Wondergem Nancy Zlmrnermann Marjorie Zlvlnalczs Corlta Aleff Yvonne Anderson Lorranne Benmn Joyce Buteyn Jlm Conrad Mark Eggebeen June Evans Bonnie Fessenden Milton Gabrrelse Jane Gerhng Darlene Glerlce Carol Grunewald Ken I-Iorn Drclc Knopp Alyce Kramer John Kramer Janlce Krum David Longwell Maman Metscher Mary Ann Mlnnard La Verne Moegenburg Wlllard Moegen burg Anna Mae Mondloch Nancy Mueller Dorothy Olden burg Margaret Pfister Donna Mae Popovlch I-Iarrlet Schilling Carol Schneider Margaret Schulz Kathy Seal Beverly Slebert Shirley Smles Pvta Sonntag Vernon Steger Judy Voltz Camilla Welslcopf Marlys Wlckeham David Wrdder Donna Yates June Zlmmerman Sharon Zimmermann FINANCE COMMITTEE Chaurmen Dons Schuh Iurst semester Noreen Nennug second semester Frrst row Mr Eldon Born Mr George K Peter on Second row Mary Meter Roberta Johnson Polly Penlcert June Zimmerman Donna Yates Third row J1m Bray Mr Warren Whnte Dons Schuh Margaret Pfnster COMMITTEES 55 2 1 I - 1 1 1 1 5 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 I I I I I I I , , . . . . 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S : I I 1 1 I I ' I I PY AUDITORIUM COMMITTEE Chalrmen Roger Helnzen FIFSt semester Tom Gruene wald second semester Seated Ruth Glerke Judy Whltfen Rhoda Verlare Pat Kroos Standlng Russell Wllbert Pat Helnzen Pat Grelsch Other Audltorlum Commlttee Members Mary Lou Andre Jeannette Belnemann Dlck Berlnger Esther Bersch Rae Born La Vonne Bosshardt Jlm Burke Sandy Chrlstlansen Mary Ann Danlels COHUIZ Davls Mary Ann Dekker Carol Elchmann Shella Flnst Donna Franzen Edlth Gabrlelse Jlm Garton Germalne Gehrlg Ruth Glerke Amy Grant Carol Grohskoph Marge Grube Marllyn Hansen Roger Helnzen John Holllngs worth Dlrk Huenlnk Lols Jaschob Kay Juckem Arlene Knaub Grace Knoll Dlck Langehahn Charles Laue Bll Lelbham Coleen Lemke lone Lemke Jo Ann Lledlng Carol Mdgflfl Carol Maler Ronald Manser Carol Martln Mary Meler Jerry Meser Margle Morrlson Faye Ann Paske Pat Paske Pat Ptlster Jean Repphun Vanda Roenltz Dennls Rlbbens Darlene Schlelnlng Marlon Schultz Kathleen Selchter Lorretta Selchter Rosemary Stubler Delores Ten Pas Dlane Ten Pas Audrey Theobald Mary Lu Tresp Mary Van De Wege Janlce Wagener La Vonne Wllke Donna Yates Nancy Zlm mermann Frances Zvlnakls Marge Zvlnakls PUBLICITY COMMITTEE Chalrmen Rlchard Berlnger FIFSI semester Vernon Steger second semester FIYST row Susan Koenig Julle Mlchels Pat Nlcklsh Irls Buteyn Gerrle Horn Mary Helm Second row Arlyn Welnberger Marlene Gehle Lols Hoppe Marllyn Seal Other Publlclty Commlttee Members Yvonne Anderson Lorralne Bennln Sandra Bensman Trudy Brunmeler Mary Lu Bruns Mary Ann Danlels Mary Ann Dekker Lols Dletz Betty Dudarenke Carol Entrlnger Mary Ann Fahl Glorla Flrme Beatrice Gessler Janet Gmach Jack Holsen Barbara Holtz Charleen Janke Joan Johnson Joyce Kell Norma Kneevers Marlene Krum lone Lemke Pat Loebbaka Barbara Lukos James Maersch Ronald Manser Marlon Metscher Verna Meyer Julle Mlchels Edlth Mlrkes Carole Mueller Nancy Nauschultz Cathy Newman Janet Pankratz Mary Ellen Phalen Josephlne Pllsl Kathleen Poole Marllyn GUIDE Genle Roenltz Helen Ruppel Dorothy Schnettler Barbara Schuette Marlon Schultz Kathryn Seal Loretta Selchter Larry Sheck Shlrley Smles Rlta Sonntag la Vonne Stahl Mary Lu Trep Betty Vlncent Arlene Walthers Arlyn Welnberger Judlth Wllke Lols Yurk Roland Yurk 56 COMMITTEES SOCIAL COMMITTEE Chalrmen Marllyn Schelb Flrst semester Janet Knaus second semester Seated Donna Franzen Julle Wllke Standlng Laura Prange Donna Popovlch Polly Pelkert Marlys Wlclceham Marllyn Schelb Ann Gerend Lu Ann Fessler Rose Mary Krlnnlnger Mary Van Zanten Jean a r Other Soclal Commlttee Members Anna Mae Anhalt Hellen Baumgart Howard Bennln Phyllls Berndt Trudy Brunmeler Betty Brunnbauer Mary Brunnbauer Mary Kay Burkard Frances Clarlch Donna Dassovv Letty Dohms Phyllls Ellman Ann Federer Joan Goedeke Pat Groenke Margaret Gruenewald Mary Heermann Norman Hessllnk Pat Hoekstra Lols Hoppe Lols Jaschob Joan Johnson Kathleen Juckem Nancy Kather Yvonne Kllnzlng John Klozotsky Donna Laue Gordon Levlne JoAnn Lledlng Sally Mahnke Charmelne Martln Mary Ann Mlchels Nancy Mueller Peter Nelson Patrlcla Nesst Allce PFlster Patrlcla Phster JOSIC Pllsl Stephen Pralle Marllyn QUIHH Jlm Radke Carol Roth Dorothy Schaub Marllyn Schelb Gertrude Schumann Mary Schulz Carol Shulllebotham Colleen Stanlsch Mary Jo Stlglltz Marzenda Stiles Peggy Sutter Faye Te Selle Barbara Tlmm Joanne Tlmm Janlce Wagener Dlane Wagner Jean Waldau Suzanne Wasserman Sharon Welllrlgg Jerome WIYTDUDD Penny Zerrener Frances Zvlna IS ," A -1 - 5 A Z 1 1 1 ,X , r 1 3 1 1 1 . 1 - F 1 1 B h 1 1 1 an , 1 A 1 1 1 1 1 1 l 1 1 - 1 1 1 1 1 1 R 1 1- - 1 2 VA b 1 1 1 1 I 1 1 1 1 l 1 A 1 ' 1 - 1 . 1 1 , .' . 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' ' 4 PK 1 1 ii i ax flew Campaign Speeches Campaigning Seated Betty Federer Asmd Gram lrene Wood Lett to rrght Jaclc l-lolsen I-lelen Ruppel Edith Mnrkes Tom Grune James Bray LaVerne Mogenburg staaamg Robert wma Wdd ELECTIONS PRIVILEGES OF ALL lwxce each year the student body selects othcers who will serve as the leaders ol the school lhese othcers must have a hnal average ol at least C In each subject ol the previous semester It a student has mann which must have been signed by at least seven per cent ol the student body Between the hllng ot the nomrnatron papers and the primary election IS the most colorlul and exciting part ol the election lhe campaign manager ol each candidate tries to hnd unique ways ol bringing his candidates name belore the student bodys attention Many means ol campaigning are used rn school elections such as outdoor rallies In sprung posters In the classrooms and clever lrttle Items to wear an eat The primary election ol school ohhcers rs held to determine two students lor each othce whose names NORTH S STUDENTS w appear on the ballot ol the hnal election e method of voting alternates each semester between the prrnted ballot and the votmng machlne so that students become acquainted with both methods At least two weelcs belore the semester ends the hnal election IS held The biggest Item ol tallc around school about thus txme ns who wall be the best cholce ol candrdates The candldates all leel a certaun sense ol antrcrpatlon unequalled by any other event The cllmax ol the electron IS reached In twe beauty and solemnlty of the unstallatxon ceremony held about a weelc alter hnal electron The student body us nmpressed by the responsubrlutres accepted by therr new otlucers an the hugh Ideals hey must follow rs then e student resolves wrthln himself t g e hls FII cooperation to malflng the next semester a success Who w-ll Wm? The future leaders l. to right Mlm: Nluuss Duane DeBaclc Phyllis Ellman John Brnnlcman Janet l-leald Barbara Dommlsse Left to "Sm Nofeen Ne'm'n5 Asmd Gram Evert Durk l-lulnlnlc Leml4url Richard Paslce ELECTION 57 7 E g-'Q A 'T' ffflMf.l it JE T tn A A I I ' 1 1 r ' o ' ' ill ' ' . Th tained such an average he may tile his nomination papers . , I . . - . . V A 1 I Q I , 'A I I I I X . . . . , , . d - d ' ' t . It ' that ' ' ' ' ach ' ' ' o iv ' u ll n 1 ll eff ' r I ' , ' , I . U I . , 3 5 CAMERA STAFF Seated Marian Metcher Owen De Karske Bruce Erdmann Standing Wllllam Ottensmann Glenn Gibson Melvin Gabrnelse William Brueggemann Ronald Kuether Leon Rlstenpadt Jerome Wltthuhn Burton Sehler Ray Van Der Weele SERVICE TO THE SCHOOL IS THEIR MOTTO Almost lrom the hrst gray strealc ol Inght at dawn until the last red sputter at duslc, North ns alnve with actlvlty There are many opportunities lor everyone to belong to something whlch wnll malce him feel a vntal part ol school Ile Many committees and crews Iceep the mechanlcs ol our school running smoothly The responsnblllty ol the stage crew, under the dlrectnon ol Mr Laurance Roclc, IS the preparation ol all scenery lor school productions llmng up equlpment lor audr torlum programs and lreepmng everythnng on stage smooth and quiet The sound crew IS very Important ID malczng North s programs a success It sets up and operates any sound equipment that IS needed lor school lunctlons M I'Ielmuth I.autenschlager us the laculty adviser In any talent show operetta or play the malce up crew directed by Mass l'Ielen I-lerman helps greatly In wan ning an audience by malung the actors loolf the part The hnanclal successes achneved by NI-IS are due largely to the hard worlc and persistence ol the tlclcet committee under Mr I-Iarlow I-Iennlnger This busy group tries to see that every seat ns hlled on opening nag t All the pnctures and snapshots which appear In the Polarns and Urbanlte are due to Mr Carl Enger and his able camera stall They are Icept busy all year talcmg around the school shots Student library assistants who are trained by Mrs I-Ielen Chrlstlanson and Miss Betsy Donohue, are very helpful to both the Ilbrarrans and to the students They devote at least three hours a weelc to asslstrng In the Inbrary Fvery noon Mr Leslie Stovall s 6l'IICl6f'lt safety patrol can be seen standing on the corners dlrectrng traffic and students lor the salety ol both The dependable projectlon stall IS ready at any time to and In the showing of a hlm It meets as a club with M Oscar Slelcer who gives Instructions In running a prolector Qur attractnve display cases are arranged by the dlsplay commlttee whlch promotes drives and trclcet sales M John Bergman IS the laculty adviser At any production In the North I'llgh auditorium the ushering stahl under Mr I.eslle Sto all IS on hand to assist people ID lrndlng the right seats North IS also very proud ol her newly organlzed .lunlor Red Cross group which has completed Its most actlve year under the dlrectlon of Mrss Alice I.arIcln All ol these committees help to malce North the hne s ool nt s RED CROSS MAKE UP Seated June Zimmerman Pat Adamavlch Vurgnnla Gross Seated Susan Koemg Shirley Smles Beverly Selbert La Verne Folz Caroline Sohre Standing Shirley Mallmann Carol Buss l.uc1lIe Lellln Standing La Verne Mogenburg Mary Ann Kober Bar Loulse Thomas Suzanne Schumann Margaret Pfnster bara Tnmm Pat Nlcklsh 58 SERVICE 5 1 1 5 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 . . . . . , . i . 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T I I I I I I I 1 1 1 I I 1 ' I I I 'ff I -r - 'E' 1 V U s f 1 X 1,4-s .., L i LIBRARY ASSISTA NTS Seated Sally Ann Brotz Carol Buss June Evans Annette Verhage Marulyn Arndt Noreen Nenn g Standing Margaret Kursch La Verne Folz Mary Glaeser Sally Welland Lucnlle Lellnn Beatrice Gessler Arlyn Welnberger Thomas Bellrnder Lou Ann Huebner John Saclcett Margle Grarl Marlon Schultz DISPLAY COMMITTEE Seated Sherla Fnnst Nancy Nauschultz Kathleen Juclcem Mary Meter Bonnie Buechel Kneeling Merrlou Wood Janice Wagener Patrucla Kroos Lu Ann Fessler Mary Ann Bloclc Betty I-Iase Standnng Joan Prath Denms Baker Joanne Grollmus Vanda Roenltz Lots Melger Barbara Schuette Robert Kohlmann Marcla Rablnovltz Mary Anne Ouast Mary Ann Fahl Thomas Gruenewald SAFETY PATROL Flrst row Hugh Evans Joseph Sagal Davrd Watson Richard Langenhahn Ruchard Oldenburg Second row Evert Lernlcutl Derald Kadlng Ronald Jaschob James Voigt Richard Paslce James Schlld USHERS CLUB Frrst row I-larrret Schllllng Anna Mae Mondloch Judy Ehlert Marla McKay Carol Schroeder Charlotte Loclcer Margle Stellen Betty I-lase Second row Fred I-lender Ronald Krueger Milton Gabrlelse Mr Leslne Stovall Donna Mattes Yvonne Schmelser Margaret Klrsch Darlene Paslce Donna Laue SERVICE 59 60 SERVICE SOUND CREW Ftrst row Bob Muhs Dennls Maerclcletn Lou! Prath Mr I-lelmuh Lautenschlager Second row Duck Oldenburg John Brrnlcman Joe I-lolsen PROJECTION STAFF urst row Russell Wlbbens Gary Shlmelc Ruchard Daehnert Second row Mr Oscar Slelcer Wesley Ruppel Kenneth Kallc Dayld Longvvell Thomas Grunewald Roger I-lelnzen peter Nelson Ronald Ertel TICKET COMMITTEE Federer Mary Vander Ploeg Mary Wehner Judy Ehlert Judy Oldenburg Sharon Grube Marnorle Stehlen STAGE CREW Flrst row Gerald Brunmeler James Bray Lyle Watson Roger Eberhardy James Voigt Russell Wrlbert Noel Stegemeyer Donald Sllvls John Engeswlclc Second row Mr J hn Berqmen James Cwayna Derald Kadung Ronald Jaschob Kenton Williams Walter Plper Ralph Bernhardt Thomas Schnerderhan . A . . .C ' I I x I . . I : 1 I 1 F. I , I . I . : ' 4 I I I I I I 1 Mr, I-larlcw hlennlnger, Betty hlase, Judy Voltz, Patrucna 1 1 1 1 1 1 , I I f I I C I I I I f 1 1 1 . 3 K , , I 1 1 I I 1 I 1 I , Elzie Brown Mzmory Wizard Dr Harry Wood The Singing Marines THEY OFFERED TO US MANY ENTERTAINING MOMENTS Almost every Friday morning North l-ligh students lile into the auditorium lor another program If t lyceum program there is a lot of talking and wondering about who and what it is There is usually a lot ol n terest in our lyceum programs which prove entertaining as well as educational Qne of these was the memory man who astounded us ways in which to associate things to make us remember them better Dr Wood, through strp Films took s into the fascinating world ol art The Singing Marines sang their way into our hearts with their renditions ol the semiclassical songs we all love so well Among the programs produced by our North students themselves were the Thanksgiving program, which con slsted ol a play making us realize what a wonderful Country we live un and the Christmas and Easter pro grams in which the students participating were at their best An interesting program consisted of a panel of Five Foreign students and three North High students The foreign students told us their views ol America and what lile is like back in their own countries This program created interest among the student body in wanting the foreign students we hope to have next year We cant pass by our North Central pep skit entitled Seven Skinny Scandinavians and the search for the pearl ol the Crient Laughter rang through the audi torium as the Scandinavians vvert through hardships to reach this pearl Then too we cant lorget the golden hen laying her golden egg in the pep skit Jack and the Beanstalk Now North students have Filed out ol the auditorium for the last time this year but next year Friday mornings will again create excitement at the sound oi three bells Thanksgiving Play Our Stage Crew At Work Seven Skinny Scandlnavlans AUDITORIUM PROGRAMS 61 ' ' ' ' . i is a . - t t us all with his ability of remembering numbers and taught ' h - - Dont let father see you on hus bed' Donald Hertel Sarge Swanson Dennus Baker the short tume that fathers specual bath method kept the chuldren un the b Duck Berunger Waneta Esch Dennus Baker and Don l-lertel un theur roles of young chuldren kept the scenes nousy and aluve lheur problems were concerned mostly wuth keepung theur dog out of the way ol Father who had been trucked unto purchasung hum Mother Phyllus Doyle was a quuet understandung woman especually when ut came to the boy lruend problems ol her daughters Ernestune Anne Janet Heald and Martha Aluce Phster The hrst sugns ol the gurls rebelluon agaunst Father s struct dustaste For dates came vvhen Anne purchased some teddues and sulk stockungs It was the same Anne who slupped up on the assocuatuon test guven to her by the prum Muss Brull QMary l-leermann so that she could graduate ahead of her class As the play neared uts close the older Gulbreths were growung up The hoped For opportunuty to date boys was almost lost when Annes Furst date snappy Joe Scales Cpete Schuls bounded unto the scene to the GILBRETH DOZEN FILL HEART WARMING ROLES Once more the tune hand ot Muss Helen l-lerman has brought a success to the North l-lugh stage thus tume The story concerns an etlucuency enguneer wuth twelve chuldren and Gary McDonald as Mr Gulbreth put real flavor unto the role Duane Schade Ernestune and lom Gruenewald Frank told the story un flashbacks ol theur unusual chuldhood un whuch Dad applued hus ellucuency methods un rearung hus chuldren ln the Gulbreth household even bathtume was not to be wasted and record players were unstalled un the bathrooms so that language lessons could be learned un Joe, l thunlc my father would lulce to meet you amusement of the auduence and the horror of Father All such problems came to an end and the gurls popu paslce as Annes specual boy fruend Wuth the aud ol the housekeeper, Mrs Futzgerald Merulou Wood the only slave Luncoln dudnt tree, the household from Dad to the three babues upstaurs kept movung along humorously Cn the brunk of a European trup Dad was advused by the doctor Duck Gldenburgl not to take out any long term magazune subscruptuons ln the Funal reckonung Mother stepped unto Dads shoes un brungung up theur twelve chuldren ellucuently Furst row Tom Gruenewald Gary McDonald Duane Schade Pete Schuls Donald l-lertel Davud Watson Second row Phyllus Doyle Merulou Wood Ruchard Oldenburg Duck Paske Janet Heald Dennus Baker Aluce Phster Mary l-leermann Waneta Esch Duck Berunger 69 FALL PLAY ' ' tu . C P ' 5 I ' , H U' 7, . C. , 7. . t D in form ol the sprutely comedy, Ufheaper by the Dozenfl larity seemed to be assured by the appearance ol Dick 1 ' C ' 3 U .. ' f l , li A nc ' D 4 gc D A I a f vu- iy, 'M N! A sq - .I Tl. 4' , -Q. W 9 aw-5 5 . 'W w . " xl" 't' "5 'Z' g. 42' 2 f f., :ggi 3 e u ,.4, is fe? 91 .f , , 4 0 QM 'bw 'W ,- ,I+ iff in Ml' I . , wif WM..- 1 1 K y 'Yr 'fir 5 SUCCESSFUL COMEDY IS STAGED As a funal contrubutuon to school actuvutues the senuor class presented the heart warmung comedy, My Suster Euleen on May 9 and TO It was the story of Ruth and Euleen Sherwood played by Mary Heermann and Janet Heald, who came to New York un search of careers The curtaun opened on a Greenwuch Vullage basement apartment un whuch the enture play took place The gurls were sold on the apartments good features or lack of them by Mr Appopolous Duck Oldenburg the Greek proprueter Mr Appopolous fauled to mentuon that a subway was beung buult durectly under neath The gurls ended up rentung ut but they regretted ut very soon, for thus out ofthe way apartment turned out to be busuer then Grand Central Statuon Euleen the beautuful sweet suster was an actress, or hoped to be, and naturally was the one who met all THE CAST H2 O MI' Bake! Tom Hucks Duck Spatzek Harvey Muhs James Radke Duck Mandel Robert Ladwug Janet Heald Duck Paske the attractuve men Eurst there was Chuck Clark Pete Schuls who promused to get Ruth a job on a news paper Suster Ruth was a wuse crackung wruter Then came Frank Luppencott Duck Berunger, the manager of a drug store who luked Euleen enough to treat her and Ruth to lunch anytume they dropped unto the drug store The Wreck played bv AI Cuzauskas added qu te a few laughs as the male half of the occupants un the up staurs apartment Complucatuons started when Euleen unvuted Frank to supper Chuck dropped un followed by the Wreck and a cop and Vuolet, a former tenant and nught club sunger was brought un from over undulgungl Thungs are more confused when the Wreck, a football player who contunually ran around un tennus shorts, moved un wuth Ruth and Euleen because hus wufe s parents BY SENIORS Wreck and Helen Mary Lou Mason had been secretly marrued Ruth landed a trual job and covered a news paper assignment un Brooklyn She turned up later wuth sux Brazuluan admurals followung her Chuck Frank, and Mr Appopolous each made love to Euleen un successuon, all to no avaul Then the gurls father came to take them back to Columbus At thus tume ut came out that Euleen had spent a nught un uaul for defendung a Brazuluan ruot and kuckung a cop Everythung was straughtened out when Ruth and Euleen landed jobs, Mr Sherwood went back to Columbus, and Mr Appopolous came up wuth a new lease, whuch promused new decoratuons and guaranteed that the subway would stop blastung then the drullung started Thus play under the able durectuon of Muss Helen Herman was a hularuous hut Henry Schaefer Phullup Stubenrauch Robert Ladwug Barbara Tumm Ruchard Mandel Ruchard Oldenburg James Radke Jo Ann Luedung Jack Holsen Tom Hucks Duck Paske Harvey Muhs Mary Heermann Ruchard Spatzek Ruchard Berunger Janet Heald Peter Schuls Dorus Schuh Kenneth Hanson Evert Lemkuul La Verne Moegenburg Allan Cuzauskas Mary Lou Mason Herbert Humke ln the wundow Roger Luenau Wulluam Ottensmann Karl Nesst 64 SENIOR CLASS PLAY "Ohm, ll...Mr .... . ...H A was - I I - 1 1, 1 T I I I T ' K T ' , . . 1 I T 1 ' Y sg T T D1 ' I A I I ' ' A rf ' ' c A 'A 5 ' f l ' A . . , . . , , , , , ' u , T T - g' I ' i . N X . . . . . . I' I ' ' were coming to visit her, and they didn't know that the I ' I I ' . , . . C . DI 1 . . ' - 1 I ' I ' I I . . . I . I . . I b H l . . , , . . . I I I 4 I. 4 I I I T . I A . I , I I h I I I I h I I ' I I I I ' I 4 I A I I I I I . I I I Note the exquisite imitation Fire pace Standing Mary Heermann Dick Oiden burg Seated Janet H eald ws!" I present you The Ribbon of the Order of St Christopher-Second Class L to ri hz Harvey Muhs Richard andel, Jim Radke, Richard Spatzeic, Tom Hicks, Robert Ladwig, Mary Heermann, Jack i-iolsen, Janet i-ieaid, Evert Lemkuil "You don't have to tell me the Wreck's good points." Standing: Alian Cizauskas, lane! iieaid, Mary Lou Mason Seated: Mary i-ieermann SENIOR CLASS PLAY 65 Franlc Ohm Hugh Evans The Four seasons was the theme for the all school talent show lts a D te which was presented to a full auditorium for three nights, February QT QQ and Q3 Beautiful costumes, colorful settings, and an abundance ol talent helped malce the show a huge success The show began with the Spring Scene which toolt place in Paris As the curtain went up two American soldiers, enjoying the sights of Paris, were seated outside a small French cafe, amid two French waiters the manager ol the cale French urchins a guide and an amusing American couple Easter Parade was sung as a duet while several couples did a colorful and delightful dance A French ITSA DATE REVEALS BRIGHT maid danced lor tne soldiers and a sweet shy enter talner ol the cafe played Domino on her piano accor dian An American tourist appeared next singing The lcast Time l Saw paris Young paris dancers did their own Interpretation ol the Blues and Dutch girls touring paris did a lollc dance Finally the famous Can Can Girls ol Paris entertained the boys The scene ended with the entire cast singing When the Sun Goes Down ln Paris The Summer Scene opened with a carnival barlcer calling l-lurry hurry hurry' The Show begins In just two minutes Step right up lollts and see such panting enchanting wonders as the Sea side Sallnes Mighty Casey popo the Puppet his clowns and the puppet malcer Liza Qomph and Elena from Hawaii Ferris wheels roller coasters side shows hot dogs galety laughter lun thrills what could better describe summer and a day at an amusement parlc carnival band led by a baton twirler started the noise and laughter customary at a carnival The Summer Scene toolc shape in the hands of the flying foursome acrobatuc team the gay 905 quartet, the spoon clappers the human cannon ball and the cannon ball attendent A crowd of people including some typical American boys stood around a hot dog seller s stand and watched the southern dappers and their girls dance, a gay 90s singing hero and heroine, and two negro cotton candy lcids They were talcen in by an Illegal salesman and everyone was robbed by singing beach thieves The scene closed with a cop trying to quiet the rlotous chant of We want our money baclc by everyone on stage CAN CAN GIRLS IN Left to right Delores Delorme Donna Dassow Marlon Left to HSM Robert Mdrkelz Wayne Nyhuls Tom Goldmann Anna Neusesl Betty Federer Beverlee Gruenewald John Bersch Donald l-lertel Franlc Ohm Hams Lols ywk Jean Sll S Mary Schulz Marilyn Gorr Sharon O Neil Randy Taubenheim Absent Mary Erbstoesser 66 TALENT SHOW N I ll . , . r I H . . . , I . . I I I I . . . . . 4! I T' kj I ,fr - . I I I I ' A . . . 'JI F, - 1 1 1 ' ' 1 I I 4 at 1 1 ' 'T ' i 1 1 A 1 1 I I I I T VV T I The familiar strains of the "Billboard March" by the .1 1 n , A ' I 6 I . . , . . . I I A I ' I . I - , ' 4 I . . . . 1 T 1 T 1 i ' ' ' ' . Z I I . ' , ' I I I ' I I . . . I I I I I I I 1 1 5 , X - if V A 2 ' I 1 I 1 ' I K X A STUDENT TALENT THE CARNIVAL Foreground Joan Worscheck Frances Zarlettt Joyce Elllnger Bonnie Buechel Mary Ann Fahl Nancy Nauschultz Second row Patty Bearns Margie Grall Carol Magrrtz Pat Nesst Joan Prath Camllla Welskopl Jlm Bray Bully l-luubregtse Bob Schutt Bob Chesebro Fred Altergott Dick Baarendse Jerry Sltzman Curtls Stuelow Jean White Connie Maertz Leroy Ahrens Marguerite Ponath Roberta Johnson Mary Gwen Gertrude Lorenz Archie Bourrett Mary Lou Andre SUNDAY BY THE SEA Lelt to right Donna Popovlch Verna Meyer Charleen Janlce Dorothy Schnettler Jane Wedemeyer Norma Kneevers Betty l-lase Corrta Alell Joyce Kell Pat Loebbalca Jean Bahr Katy Seal Rosemarie Schultz Janet Pankratz POPO THE PUPPET Left to rnght Eduth Mlrlces Helen Puppel lrene Wood Joe Holsen Janet Gmach June Evans Carol Martin Joyce Groene EASTER PARADE Left to rlght Barbara Schultz Nancy Bahler Gary Mc Donald Sally Mahnlce Ronnae Manser Mary Jo Stlglltz Don Sllyls Marzenda Stiles Jlrn Garton Mary Lu Tresp Charles Laue Phyllns Ellman Ronald Ertel Carol Shuttle botham THE BLUES Left to rlqht Kenneth l-lanson Laura Prange Peter Schlls Allan Cvzauslcas Tom P-llclcs Mary Lou Mason Edythe Delclcer l-lerbert l-lumke John Burlchardt Carole Glll Connle Karch 3 1 1 1 1 1 - 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 3 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 S 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 ' 1 1 ' 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 I 1 1 ' . 3 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 CHRISTMAS PARTY COLLEGE ENTERTAINERS Foreground Janlce Krum Jack Holsen Sally Ann Brotz Nancy Kather Duck Oldenburg Charles Maerclcleln Dorls Schuh Second row Joan Prath Janet Knaus I-larruet Schllllng Lavon I-lerwlg Gordon Bourrett Mary Ann Meter Gall Spentz Janice Wagener Annette Weber Gertrude Schumann Judy Oldenburg Joyce Buteyn Duane Dales Joanne Grollmus Tony Burlcart Gab Kosup Jam Schrld What could be a better settung for the Fall Scene than a college campusf? The mood of the scene was set by the mood setters A homecoming game was being held at Penwell Llnlverslty, and a sports announcer Interviewed many of the students and vlsltlng alumna Two tap dance numbers were done by two school lclds and a freshman After a college boy and his gurl Irlend had had a dlsagreement because they couldnt decided Two freshmen gurls were tallced Into dancnng the charleston for the upperclassmen The beauty queens DIAMONDS ARE A GIRLS BEST FRIEND Left to right JoAnn Lledlng Letty Dohms Amy Grant Don Sllvls Mary Ellen Phalen Tom Grunewald Waneta Esch LeRoy Ahrens Lois Melger Duane Schade Marcla Rablnovltz Carol Grunewald Marllyn Schelb Mary Quast Frances Zvlnalcns Jean Waldau Mary Kay Burlcard Jane Gehrlg Josephlne Pzlsl Duane Wagner Wayne Samen Yvonne Schoenenberger Louis Prath Barbara Lulcos Tom Gruenewald Left to rlght Jean Bahr Bonnie Fessenden Bob Schutt Janet l-leald Mary Heermann of the college insisted that Diamonds Are a Girls Best Friend Pedro Latostra an alumnus of Penwell, was stopped by the sports announcer and aslced to play has marlmba Next the announcer saw hrs two olcl lrlends the I-larley sasters Cn request they dld a solt shoe song and dance For hum to hus great satisfaction A woman who worked lor the government was Interviewed and also Loule Flelclmouse the football star The scene ended with two cheerleaders leadvng the students an Mr Football USA UNDECIDED Flrst row Amy Grant Marnlyn Schelb Duane Schade Dorls Schuh Letty Dohms MargaretGruenewald JoAnn Lledlng Mary Ellen Phalen Waneta Esch Second row Yvonne Schoenenberger Sharon Wellsng Barbara Lukos Drane Wagner Mary Ann Starlcl Josle Pllsl Jean Waldau Janet Knaus 68 TALENT SHOW : ' I I I . . . . . I 1 I I I . . . I I 5 1 r 1 I I I I T I V I I I I I I I I I . v I . T - I malee up their minds, college coeds danced to Hl,ln- ' I 4 A . , I 1 ' 1 ' ' , , , I -I I I . , . . ' ' ' Z 1 I I I I I I . A A I V I I I I I I . . A ' I I I I I I 4 I T I I T I - I I I I I A I I A I I I I SWING BAND Tlrst row Loss Jaschob Drclc Lutz Phullvp Aaholm Edna Krenlce Second row Don Srlvrs Gerald Mueller John Wvlke Peter Buhlt Roger Bensmann Ronnie Ertel Tom Ver Straate Thurd row Dennns Baker George Schloss Bob Ladwug The show ended with the Wrnter Scene which toolc place durlng the holiday season at the home ol a well to do couple with a number ol chrldren It was he nlght ol a holiday costume party at which each ol the guests had to entertain the rest The guests were greeted by a butler who In trynng to escape the attentions ol the maid added a touch ol amusement throughout the scene A group ol Christmas carolers sang two carols lor the guests just before Santa Claus arrived The children and Santa In turn had hls wooden soldiers and rag dolls perlorm lor the children A quartet ol GI guests sang White Christmas while a letter from Korea was rea To show the soldiers how much she enjoyed their slnglng a guest lmpersonatnng Anna pavlova danced for them Three ol the soldiers lelt when Anna went out lor a breath ol alr and one of the soldiers and hrs date, impersonating Ginger Rogers and Fred Astaire TWO FRONT TEETH danced the tango Jealousy to a plano accompaniment Mass Mlllty Way next sang Stardust The sprruted piano duet Fiddle Paddle was played by Grand an Plano The scene closed with the slnglng ol Winter Wonderland by the SDIVITS of Winter An artlst called Nature was a symbol throughout the show and was seen paxntrng In each scene The swung band drd an excellent job ol accompanying and playing between scenes rector and to hrs assistants Mr Arnold Rhlel Mr Laurance Roclc Mr John Bergman Mass l-lelen Herman Miss DGTVICIG OBrien, Mrs Mary Frclcen Mr Rodney Gibson, Mass Elizabeth Kaatz Mr Harlow l-lennrnger, Mr Donald pangborn Miss Bernice Scott and Miss Marne Van Drlel The script commlttee deserves much credrt and also to be complimented on a hne productron are the many people behind the scenes Sm Chem Robmn RAG DOLLS AND TIN soLDlERs GIFTS Am Gerend peg Sutter Donna Left to VI ht Alice Phster Carol Grosslcoph Carol Maier Mary Van Yates Dat Kroos Polly Pellcert Diane DeBacl4 9 pat Hemzen pee QOH, pat Grmsch Julm Zanten Vanda Poenltz Sheila Flnst Ann Fessler Rosemary Krlnnlnger Wnlke Mama Muuss Arlene Knaub Margery Morrison TALENT SHOW 69 F . r . t , 1 'W . - ll' " 7, I ' I tl Y! f . . sang MATT l Want For Christmas ls My Two Front Teeth," TVTUCTW Credit VTTUST be STVCVT to MV- Paul YGQQCU Cll- . 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I I . . , . , , f SENIOR CHORUS Furst rovv Joan Prath phyllus Doyle June Evans Joanne Grollmus Tony Burkart Davud Watson Paul Van I'-Iaveren Dennus Maerck Ieun Jane Wedemeyer Janet Gmach Joyce Buteyn Norma Kneevers Sue lppel Dorus Schuh Second row Darlene Moeller Duane Schade Duck Ertel Dennus Rubbens Duck Van der Puy I-lowue Bennun Gordon Bourret Jack Holsen Harry Huebner Mark Eggebeen Jean Sulls Sharon Zummermann Noreen Nennug Nancy Nauschultz Nancy Bahler Thurd rovv Carol Martun Esther Bersch Pat Groenke Sue Koenug Roberta Wayhard Januce Krum Leroy Ahrerus Jack Hollander Mr A Jones Duck Lycan JumSchuld I-Iugh Evans Duck Ravvlungs Bull Schmidt Marv Ann Dekker Camulla Weuskopf JoAnn Luedung CHORUS FILLS AIR WITH HARMONIOUS MELODIES As the blue and gold robed chorus sang the tradutuonal Alma Mater at theur last performance the Baccalaureate Servuce the chorus cherushed memorues ol the years vvork whule the senuors remembered theur Tour years here at North The many hours ol practucung a song or even a measure over and over agaun were remembered Thunkung about done every day brought a smule to theur lups because hnally Iuzed that ut ad a helpe Dustunct ductuon correct breathung and a good tone oualuty were theursl The tvvo mayor prouects lor vvhuch they really vvorked were the annual mud vvunter concert and the sprung concert At the Turst concert these songs vvere sung Q prause the Lord Battle l"lymn ol the Republuc ne Kuss wuh Joan prath sungung the solo ung ong lvlerruly on I-lugh nd Ths us he vvhuch chorus especually enuoyed doung because the musuc lor thus song vvas vvrutten y theur ovvn durector M Arnold Jones The sprung concert uncluded Tu Solus 70 SENIOR CHORUS prause To The Lord l l-lear Ameruca Sungung and l Love You vvuth Noreen Nennug as uncudental soloust Thus year the Vocal Festuval was held here un Sheboygan and the chorus receuved very favorable remarks Several members ol the chorus were awarded hugh ratungs vvuth these people receuvung stars Joyce Buteyn puano solo Januce Krum June Evans Sharon Zummermann lrene Wood Noreen Nennug and Carol Eredruck sextette June Evans and Noreen Nennug duet and Noreen Nennug solo A pruvulege the chorus had vvas sungung at the Mud Wunter Clunuc ol the Wusconsun State College There Dr Vuola Brody worked vvuth the group and demon strated her technuoues lor developung a clear tone he chorus provuded the musucal background lor many programs such as the Armustuce Day and Easter programs and vve all remember the Chrustmas program vvuth the tradutuonal candlelught processuon to the strauns o Q Come All Ve Eauthlul The chorus also pro vude a ull au utoruum program ol uts musur . I l . I I I I I I . - , , , u f , 1 I . I , I . g. I . I . . I I , , , , , , u I I . I I I , I . A I . I V l . I , I . . , , , , , , , , I u , . , , A 4 I I . . I I , i . ' I . 4 I I - I the tongue and vocalizing exercises, which had to be 1 E u A u 2 I . . . J I I they ' rea' ' h II d. ' ' ' 1 - f u HQ . .. .t , . I MD. yy , . D ' ' a M I ' S M ' the K , I ' ' ' b , , r. I 4' , . ' l - . ' ' M d T d' ' I W. Freshman Chorus Sings at Parents Nrght OTHER VOCAL GROUPS ADD SPECIAL NOTE AT CONCERTS This year there were four groups In the vocal branch of North Highs muslc department The freshmen and Intermediate choruses serve as prellmlnarnes to the senlor chorus These beglnnlng choruses have done a very excellent yob thus vear nother group s the grls glee club It drd some fine worlc In the Mud Winter Concert The clear sweet voices of the gurls carried through the crowded auditorium was beautifully sung a capella The girls sang the soothing Lullaby by Brahms next Whlle they bummed one verse the poem Christopher Robin ls Saying Has Prayers was recited with the lulllng melody of a harp GIRL S GLEE CLUB Frrst row Mr Jones Janet Dottal Helen Boone Judy Oldenburg Lois Dietz LaVonne Wllke Annette Weber ,loan Van Haveran Meryllne Goldmann Second row Helen Reltz Marguerlte Ponatn Judy Schutte Dolores Wolfert Audrey Theobald Barbara Dommusse Joyc Katte Joyce Groene Thrrd row Judy Wllke Mary Kay Burlcard Mary Lou Andre Carol Caruenewald Mary Rothe Loulse Thomas Margaret Pfnster Peggy Sutter Carol Schroeder IH the baclcground The familiar Ah Sweet Mystery of Llfe by Victor Herbert was the closing number of the group A the annual Music estlval which w s hed at Central this year the glee club entered class A group They sang very credltably Luft Thine Eyes lm Fall g ln Love Wlth Someone and Brealcers of Barranqullla dresses began with Luft Thrne Eyes a very beautiful n a Serious vein Thelr next two songs were Ill See ou ann an Nnghtfal ln Grana a The glee club drd excellent worlc on all three numbers VOCAL GROUPS 71 H - t A F , a l A i i I a ' x ' I . .. . . ., -. V . E . . , . f l Their first number, NO Felix Animar' by Carisstml, ln the Sprsng Concert the gurls, dressed in soft pastel H Y' . ' so g in ' ' A ' , , K' ' ' ' " ' Y Ag H d 4' l d SENIOR BAND First row: Richard Lutz, Mary Minnard, Philip Aaholm, Barbara Holtz, Jerry Sitzman, Mark Bangert, Nancy Zimmermann, Constance Maertz, Marianne Siegel, Diane Schade, Robert Ladwig, Astrid Grant Second row: Carol Winkelhorst, Marion Metscher, Jean Bahr, Mary Meier, James Bray, Rhoda Verlare, James Ottensman, Russell Pillings, Lois Jaschob, Richard Spatzelc, Edna Mae Krenlce, Frances Gerend, Roger Schnell, Merilou Wood, Charlotte Loklcer, Mark Huibregtse, Jim Radlce Third row: Bonnie Buechel, Edward Leinse, Alyce Kremer, John Hollingsworth, Sandra Winicelhorst, Robert Chesebro, Mary EenkBoer, Donald Guslce, Curtis Stielow, William Huibregtse, Gerald Miller, John Willce, Peter Buhlc, Wayne Mueller, Evert em ui Fourth row: Thomas Ver Straate, Robert Eggebeen, Fred Altergott, Roger Bensman, Mr. Rodney Gibson, Margaret Schulz, Ronald Ertel, Ralph Pungercar, Carl Weber, Richard Katte, Paul Mueller, Richard Baarendse, Wayne Nyhuis, Richard Van Der Puy, Dick Mandel, Richard Swanson, Robert Schutt, Peter Nelson, Ronald Salzer Absent: Ted Hanson BAND AND ORCHESTRA SHOW RESULTS OF HARD WORK Early in September the blare ol horns and the beating Ei dirums began the daily practice oi our North High an . The band was composed ol members from all classes and it was under the direction of Mr. Rodney Gibson. Two smaller groups from the band provided music for many school activities. One of these, the pep band, added spirit and color to the pep meetings, as well as to the many lootball and baslcetball games. Ult's A Date," our talent show, attained success partly by the help oi the swing band. Strains of dance music could be heard at seven o'clocl4 in the morning, which shows that many hours of practice go into producing a Fine band. The two annual concerts, Mid-Winter and Spring, are among the highlights oi the year. The bands eilorts and hard worl4 were very worthwhile as evidenced by these two performances, A iew oi the well chosen selections included: UBallet Egyptiann by Luigine, "TraversinionieU by Wagner, HWilliam Tell Qverturei' by Rossini, "Things to Come" by Bliss, and several peppy marches. ln the spring of each year the band participates in a Fox River Valley Music Festival, this year held at Kau- l4auna. Top honors were awarded to the band, and many ensemble groups and solos received star ratings. 72 BAND Those who received star ratings were eligible to attend the state contest at Madison. They were as follows: Class A "f' Richard Van Der Puy, tuba, Astrid Grant, Flute, Marl4 Huibre tse, bassoon, Wayne Nyhuis, tuba, Marianne Siegel, Connie Maertz, Nancy Zimmerman, Flute trio, Richard Mandel, Richard Swanson, drum duet, Richard Lutz, Phillip Aaholm, clarinet duet, Richard Lutz, Mary Minnard, Carol Winlcelhorst, Phillip Aaholm, clarinet quartet, Merilou Wood, Mary Minnard, Bonnie Buechel, James Bray, mixed quartet. Class B Richard Baarendse, tuba, Thomas Ver Straate, cornet, Richard Williams, Flute, Marl4 Bangert, Richard Williams, Gerald Lutz, Russel Pilling, Marl4 Huibregtse, woodwind quintet, Peter Buhl4, John Willce, Evert Leml4uil, Gerald Miller, trombone quartet, Robert Schutt, marimba, Class C Donald Gusl4e, trombone, Carl Weber, tuba, Ronald Ertel, Roger Bensman, cornet duet. The band did much drilling on marching this year as it was included in their Festival. They also marched in the Memorial Day parade and at many lootball games. The last performance ol the year was the band concert on Graduation day. The senior band members turned in their unitorms with some misgivings. Band was a lot oi worl4 but a lot of lun too. Another hard worlcing group in North's music de- partment is the North High Qrchestra. It is directed by Mr. Fredericlt Grade who is spending his First year here at North. Each class has several members belonging to this organization, The many activities ol the orchestra include the mid- winter and spring concerts, and the annual music lestival which was held at Kaulcauna this year. Many ensembles from the orchestra provided music lor numerous special occasions both in and out ol school. uMagic Flute" by Mozart, UGavotte" by Bach, HAngelus" by Mossent, and Hlfmbraceable You" by Gershwin were the numbers presented by the orchestra at the mid-winter concert. At the spring concert the orchestra played, Hlambourin Dance" by Rameau, Beethoven's "Symphony l in C Major," "Night Soliloquyi' by Kennan which featured Astrid Grant, senior, playing a Flute solo. upavaneu by Ravel and "Guard Mount" by Bizet were also pre- sented. At both ol these concerts the audience enjoyed a pleasant evening ol entertainment. Many hours of hard worlt and tedious exercise are required to produce good music. The outcome ol this practice, and the degree ol slcill acquired by the musicians in the orchestra was determined at the Music Festival in Kaulsauna on April Q6. North l'ligh's Qrchestra proved that they were among the best when they received high honors at the lestival. The individual members who won star ratings are as lollows: Nancy Mueller, Class A, and Robert Roehl, Class G They both entered in violin solos. The orchestra has done an admirable job this year and many ol its members will be baclc to serve their school next year. AND EXPERIENCE AT CONCERTS THIS YEAR SENIOR ORCHESTRA First row: Richard Daehnert, Audrey Winscher, Bill Brueggemann, Charles Zahnow, Ann Gerend, Jeanice Shoup, Margaret Schulz, Mary Michels, Suzanne Wasserman Second row: Nancy Mueller, Burton Sehler, Audrey Meulbroek, Gordon Rayner, Mark Bangert, Barbara I-loltz, Robert Ladwigl Astrid Grant, Mary Minnard, Richard Lutz, Jim Radlce, Marlc I-luibregtse, Mary Ries, Marguerite Ponath, Ronald Gumm, Lois Longwell Third row: Roberta Johnson, Gertrude Lorenz, Robert Roehl, Mildred Schwam, Lois Bender, Dorothy Oldenburg, Evelyn Bern- hardt, Tom Ver Straate, Ronald Ertel, Diclc Spatzelc, James Ottensmann, John Wilke, Peter Buhlc, Dick Van Der Ruy gomth row: LaDonna Teumer, Mr. Fred Grade, Diclc Mandel, Robert Schutt, Loretta Seichter, Pat Federer, Marvin Bensman, George c oss .IWW MMIII. 1 EDITORS FIVSI row Randy TaubenheIm Janet I-Ieald Duane Wagner lrene Wood Second row Mary Jo Stlglltz Sandra Bensman Trudy BrunmeIer Amy Grant JosephIne Pnlsl Mary Ann Starkl THE URBANITE BRINGS NEWS TO EAGER READERS Where are the rest ol my storIes7 Are the head lInes ready lor prInt? Room 194 IS always hummIng wlth busIness and between the l dont lcnows and l lorgots ID answer to some of these lamlllar phrases the Urbamte hnally reaches you the eager DUblIC Slnce last years Urbamte won an All Amencan award the stall of thIs year has trled to lIve up to thIs reputatIon Two weelcs prevlous to ITS dIStVIbUtIOD the vartous edItors send out assIgnments for the three de partments leature sports and news Besldes thIs they edtt and copyread wrIte headllnes lay out ads correct paper DurIng the year the stahl sponsored a contest lor the lunnlest student pIctures dIsolaved more pIctures ID InterestIng arrangements contlnued the polIcy of IssuIng membershlp cards begun last year and ran several front page edItorIals solIcItIng reactIon on student problems These edItorIals concerned pennyptchIng at dances mIsusInQ lubrary boolcs ImprovIng the Urbamte and con duct at theaters In relatIon to speclal admIssIon rates 74 URBANITE Another noted change In thIs years publIcatIon was that the headllnes ol tne news and feature departments were machlne set by the VOCdflO0dl School Instead of Norths prInt shop Advlce and suggestIons of Mrs Melvln Krueger and Mr Donald Pangborn Faculty advisers were carrled out by the edltor In chrel Dlane Wagner and her co worlcers They were lrene Wood news edltor Janet l-leald feature edltor Randy Taubenhetm sports edltor Astnd Grant press release edttor JosephIne pllsl head prool reader Carol Gll head dTTISf, and Leon The busIness stall was comprlsed ol lour students Trudy Brunmeler busIness manager Mary Jo StIglItz adverttslng manager Sandra Bensman clrculatlon man ager and Mary Ann Starld head TYDIST These students wuth the assustance ol thelr helpers and you readers ha e trted to QIVQ you one ol the best publIshed school papers starrung you and your school e STAR WRITERS ARTISTS AND PHOTOGRAPHERS Standlng Carole GIII FIrst row Jofxnn LIedIng Esther Bersch Nancy Bahler Margery Morru n Phyllts an J n Slls nn Fessler Second row Donna Dassow Betty Federer AlIce Phster Mary Van Zanten Comme DGVIS Vanda RoenItz Charmeme MartIn ThIrd row Ann Fessler Pat Kroos Lorratne Bennln DIcl4 Paslce SheIla Flnst Joan Johnson Leon RIstenpadt Fourth row La Verne Moegenburq Barbara Schultz Sue l-lalvorsen Tom garuenewald Tom SchneIderhan Rae orn Absent Jack l-lolsen It f A- lv . Q , I l , ' J x ,IAN . I I I T I 2 A ' I I I - . . , . . I . A . E I . I . . . I . . -, - . I . I - . E . . . . . A I . i . . , - I . i . I , i I i I A . . , X , i . . I u I I ' I I I I I A ' proof, and arrange the material into a well organized Ristenpadt, head photographer. ' I I A I ' ' I . I I II I , .. i I . . - . I I . . . I I g f . gi . W K V . . - . . . . . E mf. I . A ' 3 ' ' , , g I ' f T so , Ellm , ea I , A , 1 . 5. T, ' I 2 xx l . . l I 5 , I g I I M- K' Q. if I I I A I Wamj' clxlaf-25" en M14 NQLQLM 'U'-vw-, vwfvxp lfsafvf-L CL, NEWS WRIT RS Furst rovv Jean Waldau Margaret Gruenevvald Edtth Mlrlces June Evans Janet Gmach Second row lone Lemlre Gertrude Lorenz Merllou Wood Pat l-lelnzen Annette Weber Carol Schnerder Mary Ann Mlnnard Thurd row Judy Whlllen Dennis Balcer Joe Lonsdorf Davud Wldder Absent Roger l-lennzen Bull l-logan Carol Martin Karl Nesst Tom Schnel derhan Faye 'leSelle CIRCULATION AND MESSENGERS On the Floor Mary Brunnbauer Donna Seated Sharon Welllng Mary Ellen Phalen Janet Knaus Standing June Zlmmerman Donna Dassovv Barbara Schultz Germalne Gehrlg John Hollingsworth Absent Ann Federer Marge Grube Carol Mater Polly Pellcert Mary Schulz Judy Voltz Sandra Wnnlcel horst Lyle Dassovv Germalne Janlce Ronald Kuether Norman l-lessllnlc Darrell Lugg PRINTERS AND PROOF READERS Furst row James Muller Leroy Ahrens Roger Llenau Wesley Ruppel Chuck Bau John Pausha Marulyn Schelb Sue lppel Carol Knatz Second row Duck Spatzelc Dale Pnerce Drclc Van Der Puy Fred Black man Gerald Brunmeler Dale Schade Wald Kenneth Beck Duane Ten Pas Yvonne Schoenenberger Mary Rothe Absent Leon Rlstenpadt Mary Ellen Phalen Pat Pfister Germalne Gehrug URBANITE 75 1. rx Q 1 V 1 l A A . l l : I I ' ' I I : I I ' I Q I 1 1 I I 1 1 1 I I I I E 1 1 I Laue, Margie Zvinalds, Verna Meyer 1 ' , 1 i ' , 1 1 1 : I I 1 1 I I - 1 1 1 1 1 ' 2 1 , , 1 1 1 1 1 1 2 1 F I I - I I - 1 1 1 1 3 ' , I I l POLARIS EDITORS Seated Dons Schuh Januce Krum Jean Waldau Rlchard Daehnert Ver non teger Standing Maralyn Schelb Margaret Gruenewald Faye Ann Paslce JoAnn Luedmg Ronald Kuether Absent Anna Neuses THE POLARIS A YEARS RECORD OF NORTH IN PRINT The IQSQ Rolarls IH the years to come vvlll serve as a record ol school llle GCYIVILICS, and memories ol the past year Thus year the Rolarls stalt vvas under the dlrectlon ol co edltors Margaret Gruenevvald and JoAnn Lnedung and sponsors Mass Fern Salusbury Mr Carl Enger and Mr John Bergman The theme school llle was used In organlznng a book ol pleasant memones The art stall headed by Richard Daehnert carried out the theme ID designing the cover and dlvlslon pages by means of lree form patterns and paragraphs The photography stall under the dlrectnon ol Ronald Kuether captured the splrlt ol school lnle at North In theur reproductions ol organlzatlons specual events and lnlormal shots The bool4 depends on these pictures LITERARY STAFF Left to right Carol Martin Noreen Nennzng Mary Ann Bloclc Jean Bahr Sandra Bensman Lu Ann Fessler Mary Rothe Mary Ann Fahl Absent Genre Roenutz Mary Jo Stnglutz to malce this school year a reality Janice Krum literary edltor and her stall created the word pictures which accompanled the photographs The copy as nt was hrst turned In seemed a long way from the hnlshed product as It was hnally revised and edited Doris Schuh served In the capacity ol typing editor She and her stall etllcrently typed all maternal that was to be sent to the printers ln charge ol the sports sectron was Vernon Steger and his statl who planned organized and made layouts lor the enture section ldentltylng all pictures and worlclng out the alphabetical Index at the end ol the boolc was the job ol Anna Neuses and her palnstalcrng statl SPORTS, CAMERA AND TYPING STAFFS Kneellng Glen Gnbson Seated Mary Ellen Phalen Joanne Ries Harrlet Schrlllng Norman I-lesslmlc Gor don Bourrett Standing Germaine Gehrlg Josephine Pllsl Roger I-lelnzen Randall Taubenherm 76 POLARIS I , 1 1 1 ' C l . . . l 3 1 1 1 1 U u I , . . 1 1 , . , . .1 4 .1 ' 1 1 1 I 1 I ' . 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' . 1 1 ART STAFF SENIOR SECTION Left to right Sheila Fmst Astrid Grant Ann Fessler Lef to rnght Janet Knaus Duane Wagner Barbara Tom Gruenewald Carol Gull Vanda Roenntz Joan Vdf1d2fb'If Marv WOnde'9em Janet Hedld 5 pmth Donna Ddssow Koehn Sharon Welling The business stall under the dlrectnon ol Marilyn Schelb had the job ol promoting Polaris sales by Wrltlng and presenting an auditorium program and handling the sales campaign Faye Ann paslce and her stall sollclted ads Ior the Polaris and prepared the advertusung copy lor the printer Jean Waldau and her stall arranged the senior sectuon and compuled the accompanying senior records The ellorts ol all these people resulted In a bool4 hlled with many memories ol good times It IS yo INDEX STAFF b It tt t I I Oo WH en lug or your pedsure Let to rlght Sue lppel Alnce Schranlc Beverlee I-larrls Marilyn Quinn Barbara Tlmm Barbara Lulcos Carol Elchmann ADVERTISING STAFF F F T S II M d S I B D d Left to rlght Trudy Brunmerer Betty Federer Nancy ,QELZIOIS Vggse gtdilexyffdjrgfrfbjhug es any U d Kdfhef 'One Lemke Marv Ann Stark' Dum Schdde Second row Jednsnss Dhyllasllmdn Dannspapawar Tom Gruenewald Joyce Katte Jane Wedemeyer BUSINESS STAFF POLARIS 77 : 1 1 1 t I 1 1 p , . t 1 1 1 ' . 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I 1 t 1 ' ' ' I 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 I f I 1 NORTH DEBATERS EXPERIENCE The actuvuty at North l-lugh that can talce the dubuous credut ol gettung uts partucupants out ol bed earlier and faster on a Saturday morning us debate Early morning rusung however does not remove the enjoyment and value that many students derive from thus worthwhile actuvuty A debater learns to thunlc on his feet, to put his thoughts unto words quuclcly and clearly, and most important ol all learns the value ol accurate information The pruze ol thus years debate season was the third place banner won at the Natuonal Forensic League Dustruct contest held at Marquette lslnuversuty This years varsity debate squad was composed ol lour juniors and a senior all ol whom have been un were about suxty students partucupatung un debate thus year The debate question thus year was Resolved That all cutuzens ol the United States be su uect to conscruptuon lor essential servuce un time ol war The topic dealt with the draltung ol cuvuluarus lor essentual war worlc Sandra Bensman Faye leSelle and Roger l-leunzen juniors upheld the allurmatuve side ol the question and LuAnn Fessler junior and Richard Berunger senuor supported the negative sude The coach was Willard A Wutzelung Alter a series ol practice tournaments held at Central port Washington West Bend Neenah and Notre Dame l-lugh School ol Mulwaulcee the team participated un 78 DEBATE A VARSITY DEBATE SOUAD Seated LuAnn Fessler Faye TeSelle Sandra Bensman Standing Duck Berunger Roger Heunzen GOOD SEASON the Wusconsun l-lugh School Forensic Assocuatuon debate tournament Under the State l'lugh School Assocuatuon, the state us duvuded unto nune dustructs from which three sections are formed ln the dustruct contest held at West Bend North won live out of sux debates to tue for second place with Wulluam l'lorlucl4 l'lugh ol Racine At the sectional contest held at East l-lugh un Madison, however, North lauled to wun enough debates to qualify lor the state tournament At the N F lc Dustruct meet, North defeated Central and captured thurd place honors un the Finals Each year the Natuonal Forensic League holds a moclc natuonal government where representatives ol the varuous chapters serve as members ol Congress At the Wusconsun Student Congress held at the City l-lall un Mulwaulcee, Faye l-louse ol Representatives where l.uAnn served as Spealcer ol the l'louse lor the thurd session Norths senators were Roger l-leunzen and Sandra Bensman North Hugh School us a member ol the Natuonal Forensic League an organization ol hugh school and college students unterested un the varuous forms ol publuc spealcung and debate The Natuonal Forensic League us organuzed on a chapter dustruct and natuonal level Competition un the dustruct tournaments determunes those eluguble to compete un the natuonal contests to be held thus year at Boston University un Boston, Massachusetts ln addutuon to the usual spealcung contests thus year, a Natuonal , . debate during their entire high school career. There TQSQIIQ and l-UAW' Fessler V2Df2S2f1f2Cl NOffl'1 in the . . I . . . A ' A 1 1 rl - 1 ' ADVANCED DEBATERS First row Sandra Bensman pat I-Ielnzen Judrth Whlffen Mar zenda Stiles Margery Morrison Second row Joan Prath Tom Grunenewald Roger Schnell Roger I-lelnzen Dick Bermger COP THIRD PLACE BANNER AT N F L DISTRICT Student Congress will be held with one senator and a representative Ior each three hundred votes elected to attend this moclc Iederal government by the various dlstrlct student Congresses In order to become a member of the National Forensic League a student must earn a total ol twenty points Ior partlclpatlon In IOVZDSIC actnvltres and have at least a C average scholastlcally A student ns awarded a Degree ol Merit upon galnrng these twenty polnts Thereafter he earns addltlonal points when partrcrpatlng rn debate or Iorenslcs polnts was awarded to Judith Xxfhltfen Roger Schnell Joan prath Margery Morrison Mary l'Ieermann and Janet I'Ieald The Degree oI Excellence with one hun dred points was earned by Faye IeSelle Marzenda Stiles Roger I'Ielnzen and Tom Gruenewald Lu Ann Fessler Richard Berlnger and Sandra B nsman hold the Degree ol Dlstlnctlon granted to two hundred polnt wlnners FRESHMAN DEBATERS Fnrst row Gordon Levine Dennis Baker Dave Wldder Marilyn Peters Second row Ronald Krueger Ronald Engle Burton Se er Connie Schlnabecln DEBATE 79 VI. I T ' I I I I - , I I , , r ? , . . . - I - The Degree oI I'lonor, as a result of earning Iifty ' ' V I 1 I- I 1 f I I I I I I f I I I I 4 4 I ' . . , 4 7 ' 1 1 -f , 4 l . I . f I r , hlfr FORENSIC TEAM Flrst row Janet l-leald Esther Bersch Faye Ann Paske Diane Schade l.uAnn Fessler Waneta Esch Sandra Bensman Second row Duck Berlnger Ronald Engle Ronald Krueger Tom Gruenewald Mary l-leermann FORENSIC TEAM FINISHES SUCCESSFUL YEAR North speakers frnnshed thas years forensic season with an excellent showing In both the Wlsconsln tate l-lugh School Forenslc Assoclatlon and sn the Natlonal Forensic league District Tournament Approxrmately thirty students partscrpated n th varrous forensnc fuelds whlch Include orrgnnal and non or1gunal oratory humorous and serious declamatuons extemporaneous speaking and reading In whsch the partucnpant chooses his maternal half an hour before the actual contest Participants nn the forensics contests gain valuable experience ID ablllty to express themselves clearly they garn posse and they develop audience contact Nllss l'lelen Herman lVlr Willard Wutzellng Mr Arnold Rhnel and Mr Paul Yaeger were the faculty advisers Seven North students participated IH the Wisconsin State l-lugh School Forensic Association dlstrlct meet held at Whlteflsw Bay l"llgh School Flve of twese con testants won A ratings for tnelr selections Gaining such a ratlng enabled them to take part IU the State Finals held on the campus of the University of Wisconsin at Madison All frve North entrants won A ratings State llUdlIStS were lom Clruenewald dramatrc declamatlon, Esther Bersch humorous declamatlon Rlchard Berlnger original oratlon LuAnn Fessler extemporaneous speaking and Duane Schade extemporaneous readrng lhose re 80 FORENSICS ceuvlng B ratlngs at Whntefnsh Bay were Faye Raske and Ronald Engle North l-lngh ns one of the schools which partucnpated In the National Forensic League Dlstrlct tournament lhls year s contest was held at Carroll College Waukesha Wisconsin, on May 9 and 3 ln thus meet each con testant goes into two rounds and IS rated up or down by hns judges rn his particular event Contestants re celvlng two ups are eluglble to go on to be rated an succeedlng rounds ln that way contestants are elim: nated until the fnnal round where the remalnlng speakers are ranked The school team receiving the largest number of partlclpatron pornts, which are awarded for every trophy Schools wlnnnng thus cup three years ID successlon may retain possession of It Last year North won per manent possessron of this cup lhls year North ranked second rn participation points Sandra Bensman took second place rn glrls extemporaneous speaking Janet l-leald placed second IU dramatic decla matron and Mary l'leermann ranked third In non orlglnal oratory lhose participating In the various fnelds were Richard Berlnger orrgrnal oratory Waneta Fsch dramatic decla matuons Burton Sehler and lom Gruenewald boys extemporaneous speaking Judy Whuffrn gurls extemp, and Ronald Engle, oratory A : I I I I I I I 1 ' ' , , , , , . , , i 6 I , . 4 . , . . . . - , , ' ' , A ' , . ' ' , .. .. .F A A 1 - speaker taking part in a round, is presented with a traveling ' I 1 I . . ' . A I I 1 A ' l ' '- ' . .I - - 1 - . - - 1 ' . . . . , ' 1 I 1 1 ' ' I 1 H H f - 1 1 ' , , I f I I f V - ' I i 1 H j 1 1 I i 1 - ' . rl A Q ' I NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY Duck Berlnger Duane Schade Barbara Tlmm Astrid Grant Janlce Krum Mr Howard Vleth Duane Wagner Mrs Delores Krueger Duck Paslce, JoAnn Ltedlng Absent Mary I-Ieermann Bob Wamser HONOR SOCIETY SETS A FOURFOLD GOAL The four QUdlITICdIIOFIS necessary to become a member of the Natlonal I-lonor Society are Scholarship Leader shlp, Servlce, and Character The Ideal ol the soclety ns to uphold the hugh standards of North l-llgh at all tlmes ID the light of these four qualltles It presents a worthwhlle challenge to all students The members are chosen on the basls ol the four qualrhcatnons vvuth the approval ol the Faculty Council The top hve per cent ol the IUTIIOF class and the top hlteen per cent of the sensor class are eluguble Mrs Delores Krueger and Mr Howard Vleth were the faculty advnsers this year and they supervlsed the socletys activities ofaxnn Lledlng was this years president Dlclc Paslce was vlce president, and Amy Grant was secretary treasurer Each month a luncheon meeting was held In the hos pltalxty room and on March 4 the society was entertalned wxth a noon luncheon by Centrals I-lonor Society ln May the senlor members ol the society who had been elected In TQST toolc charge ol an Installation program In whnch new tumor and sensor members were inducted A tea to which all members, their parents, and laculty were Invited was held directly afterwards Seniors elected In May are Trudy Brunmeler Rlchard Daehnert, Waneta Esch Carol Freclrlclc Margaret La Verne Moegenburg Noreen Nennng Wllllam Ottens mann, Faye Ann paslce, Dons Schuh Vernon Steger, La Donna Teumer Jean Waldau Irene Wood and Joan Worsheck Junvors elected In May are phyllls Berndt Mary Ann Fahl, Lufdxnn Fessler Thomas Gruenewald Nancy Nauschultz, Donna Popovlch Joan Prath Barbara Schultz, and Randall Taubenhelm As Its years project, the society conducted a survey to determrne the educational and occupatlonal status ol last years alumnn The results of the survey were turned over to the guidance department HONOR SOCIETY 81 . . . I ' , , . ., . . I I I . . Gruenewald, Betty Hase, Janet l'leald, Richard Lycan, , . . I A I ' A - . 1 1 V I t 3 . . t A J . . . ' T V 5 ' I nat about sports? lr luture ytars WI o the ex lettermen loolc back on sports as a valuablr part ol therr hugh school lvle or Wrll we all remember the meets and the games as such? Certainly the rx ay nght football and basketball games wlll be among our memorles of good ttmes and who tennis match or a traclc meet alter school yes, part ol our good tlmes are the sports events hey have m re lue th n lust tht e can draw valuable lessons In gettnng along wath others abldlng bythe rules olgooo sportsmanship W Ich Wrll be as great an asset talcen from our school lute as boolc learmng SPCR I S Wl 1, 1 'c , 'll nly . I -I 1 X F 'd i ' wonxt recall a trip to a baseball game, golf or but t o va a ' a, W H . 'W-I VARSITY FOOTBALL TEAM Fnrst row Roland Gnlllgan Gary Otte Charles Bau Wulluam Lelbham Ruchard Katte Robert Dottal Roger Ver Velde Rlchard Ertel John Brmkman Larry Schultz Henry Schaefer Second row Lavon Herwlg Jerome Block Tom Hucks James Murphy Elmer Rapm Allan CIZdUSkdS John Jacobson Kenneth Hanson Wllllam Schmldt Ralph Metzner Peter Sagel Thlrd row James Repphun Evert Lemkuul Gilbert Kosup Gary Shlmek Donald Muelbroek Frederick Blackman Herbert Humke James Lemkull Lee Smith Wllllam Meier James Posewltz James Cwayna Franklin Burkart Alton Schmltt Garth Hammond John Pausha RUGGED RAIDERS CHALLENGE VALLEY FOES NORTH 0 KAUKAUNA 21 The Galloplng Ghosts demonstrated their power early In the game by marching the opening kickoff to a TD North nearly dtd the same thang a few minutes later but two penalties halted their drive on the eight yard llne Kaukauna scored on another uninterrupted march In the second quarter and passed to thenr thlrd touchdown nn the fourth quarter NORTH 23 APPLETON 7 Parents Nnght and the conference opener saw the Raiders smash out a clean cut victory The Raiders scored IU the flrst few minutes on a 78 yard march then threw up a stone wall defense The game was knocked wide open In the last quarter when North scored on a 7Q yard pass and a 63 yard qulck opener Appleton got Its touchdown between Norths two on a panr of well executed passes 84 FOOTBALL NORTH 2 WEST 26 Stopped cold on the ground by the Wildcats hard chargung llne the Ralders were forced to pass but couldnt connect with consnstency by that route either West drew furst blood with an 84 yard march then sewed up the game In the second quarter wlth a panr of touchdowns by the Valley scoring champlon Lee Hermsen and a 60 yard sprint by Duck Brock North held the Wildcats scoreless an the second half whale gettlng thesr two pounts on a safety NORTH 0 MANITOWOC 13 North s bug a boo a bad fnrst half showed up agaun as the Ships punched across both of their touchdowns an the fnrst two perrods The Rauders got a bad break early In the game when a pass Interception which carried to the Manitowoc 37 yard llne was nullified by penalty The Ships took encouragement from the play and scored their first touchdown a few minutes later lheur second came after a short Rauder punt .xg-?,T'f...s YES' A s , , - I A 1 , , ,Q . I I I I I I I I 1 1 1 : I I I I I I I 1 1 1 5 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 . , , 1 1 1 , . . - . . . 1 ' 1 1 1 , 1 . , ' ' 1 1 I . - . I - I d FOOTBALL MANAGERS Seated Bob Ma lcel J hn E ges cl Stand ng Joe Holsen Ronald Manze Rchad Sore so Joe Lonsdol Bob Geh NORTH 0 OSHKOSH 13 Even though the score dId not IndIcate It thIs was one ol the most evenly matched games ol the season The RaIders held the favored lndIans scoreless lor three Quarters and IU lact even topped the lndIans In the the lndIans the chance they needed to score The RaIders Fought baclt gamely but wIth only Q5 seconds lelt the lndlans Intercepted and ran It baclc 93 yards lor the hnal D NORTH 6 FOND DU LAC 19 Flrst hall trouble agaln dogged the Ralders thIs trme IU the form ol last and tlashy Bob Kmg who scored all three ol Fond du Lac s touchdowns The Cards threatened Immedlately alter receIvIng the openIng RICROH but were stopped alter an exchange ol lumbles Then Klng cut loose lor hIs FIVST TD and Followed up wIth two more ID the second quarter North showed only one Flash ol power when IU the last perxod they cracl4ed the Cardmal llne lor an 8Q yard TD march ID ten plays NORTH O EAST 14 The Red DevIls selzed on two ODDOVLUDILIQS one early ID each hall to sporl l-lomecomlng lor the Ravders Cn the very hrst play whIch the Ralders attempted East Intercepted the pass on the North 40 yard lne EIght plays later the Red De Ils had theIr hrst TD lfarly In the thIrd ouarter the Red Devlls bloclced a punt an s ot ered the ball n the end zone NeIther team threatened thereafter Hlclcs goes over lor FIVE Hold that lmel FOOTBALL 85 1 r z, O n wr I I 1 , r, I r l n n, r, r , 4 . . A g A 1 f , , I 1 1 A r - - yards gained. But In the last quarter a penalty gave f ' T , , ' , A ' ' . I I X A - i . . V. , . V ' ' , m h I . ' .d"""' wt SENIOR FOOTBALL SOUAD Fnrst row Ken Hanson James Lemkull James Murphy Al Cnzauskas Evert Lemkurl Bud Humke Fred Blackman Lee Smrth Second row John Jacobson Tom Hacks Henry Schaeffer Thrrd row Lavon Herwlg Jerry Block Bull Schmidt Elmer Raprn Peter Sagal SENIORS FORM NUCLEUS OF VARSITY SQUAD look back with regret because they know they have played their last Football games lor North Hugh Al though rt IS their last year they can recall many memories ol the years victories and deleats and ol the practlce sessnons behuncl the school It us appropruate lor the rest of us to gave some thought o the players that did outstanding Jobs l: t ol l we Fund that we have two All Valley selectlons Lee Smith at end and Al Crzauskas at center Lee was the boy with the stucky hngers AI scared many an opposnng player wlth that lerocuous look and then lollowed It 86 FOOTBALL Then there were the players who contributed varlety of ways There were some who made the practice sessuons less tedlous by taklng tnme out for laughs We all know these boys Ken Hanson Jlm Murphy Bud Humke John Jacobson Tom Hicks Brll Schmidt and Jerry Block Qthers who participated and helped make good football were Jlm and Bud Lemkull Fred Blackman Hank Schaeller Lavon Herwlg and pete Sagal FOOTBALL COACHES Mr Henry Rlllung Mr Robert Ebert Mr Howard Vueth Mr Marvin Peterson . A , Us A WWWWS: sf F" ' "W ' M An. .V . ' . c. . ' I 2 I -I I I l -I ' I P : I I I I I I I I 4 I - I As the Football season draws to a close, the seniors up with an equally lerocious tackle. . . . A . T ' in a , . . , . . . , I I I Q I 4 A - 1 1 l r f t ' ' A . irs a l, I . I I ' I I , , JUNIOR VARSITY FOOTBALL TEAM First row Melvin Gabrlelse I to n G a b r I e G e n Lawrence Larry Schulz Larry Vande Berg Wesley Heclc Lyle Watson David Harper Second row Wally Trester Myles Dahmer Eddie Schulz Ronald Sessler Donald Dvener Dennis Maerclclein Fred Alter gott John Rausha Third row Carl Stielow Don Kaiser Roger Schnell Garth Ham mond Richard Katte Roger Ver Velde Roland Gilllgan Diclc Ertel Gerry Otte JUNIOR GRIDDERS DISPLAY THEIR TALENTS This years Jayvee team under Coach Henry Rilling played a very abbreviated schedule of only four games They met both Fond du Lac and Manitowoc twice and and managed to win one of their four contests to wind up with a one and three won lost record They got off to a fine start by topping Fond du Lac TQ 6 at Kiwanis parlc in a game which saw North pass up innumerable scoring opportunities The deciding factor was that the Northmen recovered most of Fondy s fumbles and were able to outscore the Cardinals One weelc later the Junior Raiders hampered by the loss of several ltey players, lost 33 O to the Manitowoc also managed to turn the tables on the Northmen and win a tight defensive battle by a score of Q O ln their last game the Jayvees met Manty again with hopes of getting revenge for their earlier defeat and it was a real battlel But the Ships managed to score a twlrd quarter TD and stave off a fourth quarter Raider threat to win 7 O Ni bfi' FROSH FOOTBALL TEAM First row Steve Rralle Wilbur Naclc Kenny Ristenpadt Bob Schutte Ronald Pfister Kenny Schmidt Eugene Wuestenhagen Ronald Kotmle George Hanson Ronad Frtel Bill Huibregtse Don Kaiser Second row BiIISchutte Sheldon Zimmerman James Lugg Diclc Herr Carl Weber Jim Barber Diclc Gessler Ted Hansen Jerry Griach John Klozotslcy Anthony Schieble Will s Wick Grolhs Bob Murray Philip Aaholm Bob Prager Don Hicks Mr Howard Vleth Freshman Coach Howard Vleth has piloted his squad through another successful season' The Freshman Squad won four games for a perfect record and the second Lalceshore League title ID two years Scoring a touchdown and a PAT in the last four minutes of play the frosh turned the tables on Central 7 6 In their first tilt of the season at Kiwanis parlc Driving hard Frosh Raiders also defeated Sheboygan Falls on a muddy Falls field two weelcs later by a score of TB O Their third victory came when they overpowered South one weelr later when the Frosh Raiders trampled plymouth by a decisive Q7 O score This years squad has gained valuable experience and will probably provide substantial contributions for future varsity squads FOOTBALL 87 M'l T ' lse, e , . T I 1 ' 1 1 I - . . . s . . I - I I ' . Ships- ln llielf Sefond meellnii Wltlw l:OndY that team Side Junior High by a 6-O score. The title was clinched . I. 4 , T . l 5 -. .ef ' E - ' - -. A - .M A - A . C3 I ,' ' ' i . if l,Dicl: I I I I 1 I NORTHMEN NIP NEIGHBORS DROP HOMECOMING The North eleven wound up the current lootball season wnth a smashung 15 6 vnctory over our cross town nvals Central s Redmen Thus years game agaun brought out the sprrut our 1949 team had when they won wlth a srmular score Wnth QOOO spectators watchung North scored early ID the hrst quarter with 'lom l'llclcs carrying the ball 32 yards to the opponents goal for the hrst score of the game Don Muelbroelc helped the game along wnth his timely salety which gave us the edge over Central at the half Shortly alter this Central reeled and ran 60 yards to thelr hrst and only TD ol the game A the end ol the second quarter the score stood North 8 Central 6 The rest ol the ball game seemed to be North s Wrth l-llclcs and Ball Schmidt talclng turns they carried the ball lor another touchdown Schmidt malong the hnal score At the hnal whnstle the score read W5 6 rn North s avor lhus vuctory lor North marked the 14th game between North and Central By wxnnlng thrs game the wxns and losses were evenly dnvnded wvth 6 wuns and Q tres for each school The bug day of Norths l-lomecomlng hnally came on Qctober Q6 The students were ID store lor the biggest l-lomecomnng rn quite a few years lhe dCflVItl2S began with a pep slflt and cheers ID the morning But IO the alternoon an entirely new Idea Farmers l-lalfDay was tried This provuded that the entrre student body come to school In varied costumes such as blue jeans and brlghtly colored shirts and hats For most students at was dIl'lICUll to concentrate on theur studies but most students agreed later on that rt had been a good Idea and great lun Early that evening the student body rushed to Kiwanis Park They were roused by the cheering crowd and watched the huge bonhre The parade whuch lollovved wound tts way to the ball parl4 Featured ID the parade was the North Hugh band and a huge Float decorated ID blue and gold Durung the hall a splendid display ol marching was presented followed by the crowning ol the Kung and Queen and the presentation ol their attendants Kenneth l"lanson and Lollne prange were crowned Kung and Queen wlth their attendants being Doris Schuh and .lim l.eml4ull seniors Sue lppel and Rodney Ver Velde junlors Polly pellcert and Gary Qtte sophomores and Carol Sommer and Don l-lvcks freshmen lhey were presented by Robert Wamser School president Hold Hlml Hold Html Cnzauslcas comes up to help a Northman 88 FOOTBALL 1 ' ' - 1 . . ' 1 - 1 1 - - V 1 ' 1 . t , . j . ' - . . . . , , , I f 1 . . . , 1 . . . . . . 1 1 1 1 1 i ' 1 i 1 - 1 in HOMECOMING GAME PROVIDES THRILLS APLENTY V V lde Sue lppel Don I'-hclcs Carol Sommer Queen Lolfxe prange Krng Ken Hanson Attendants Rodney er e Gary Qtte Polly pe left Jm Lemlculf Doris Schuh FOOTBALL 89 in 2 , FN 5 .., fi A . I ,f s 'Y + I Y -D4 we 4 - l , f i 1 f f 1 ff 1 f I 1 I 1 VARSITY BASKETBALL TEAM Fnrst row Jnm Posewntz Duck Spatzek Bob Wamser John Jacobson John Brinkman Tom Roerdmk Second row Charles Bau Alton Schmltt Bull Meier Mike Conrad Rodney Ver Velde Duck Knopp Coach Charles Jones GOLDEN RAIDERS SURPRISE COURT OPPONENTS Thus year Norths basketball fans were unsure how good our team was Wlth no lettermen back the lookout was very dismal wxth North plcked as a second dlvlslon club But under the hne coachlng ol Bump Jones the boys came tnrough wnth a hne team Maybe the Raiders w rent the best team IH the Valley but they proved twey had what It takes even against the top teans Ending the season IH sixth place they lost a chance to go to the State Tournament by belng beaten by Fond du Lac We II be out hghtlng toward the top next year NORTH 37 EAST 47 Bug Terry Rands QQ points spelled defeat lor the lettermanless Raiders ID tnelr hrst Fox Rtver Valley con tes he teams were evenly mat e held gol but the less experienced Northmen gave East too many chances at the lree throw lane and they mussed too many ol their own lree tnrows NORTH 41 MANITOWOC 75 Manitowoc snoweo one ol the most potent ohfenses In a power laden Valley In dropplng the Raiders Danny Jlndra made his best showing ol the year wuth Q9 points to more than counter Rod Ver Veldes T4 lor North 90 BASKETBALL The Ships sent In reserves In the hnal quarter and thus narrowly missed setting a scorlng record NORTH 32 OSHKOSH 55 Startnng an all junior lrne up North grabbed a 6 5 hrst quarter lead and stuck close to the lndlans untsl the hall Then greater experlence began to tell a d the classy Oshkosh qulntet pulled away The Raiders were able to mesh only 'l5 per cent ol their shots l twough showing a promising Floor game NORTH 35 WEST 40 A bad snowstorm and the Raiders wnld tree throw swootlng paired up to g ve lxfest tne victory and seventw place sn tne Valley over twe cellar dwellung Rand rs The Raiders had to travel to Green Bay by traln and ddnt g t home until seven oclock twe next morning NORTH 42 ALUMNI 46 e tamed Zp Kids ol he s ason pla as a unit only ID tne second and lourtw quarters had too muc lo tneur vounger rivals and bullt up a small bn adeouat margnn whuch theur fellow alumnn held Intact . I . , I . I I I , I . : l I I I h I I l I 4 I ' l . , I , . , - , . . . T . . ' . ' , n , , , ' ' ' ' , a- . , , . .. , 7 . . . I . . . T l . ' ' . . ' I ' ' Q F ' ' t. T ch d In a s, U 1 , t I l - T . l T - . 2 I - r T I A e ' l l , , ' N ' l l Th , M i ' H t '50-BT 2 , yung , - , . . A , I W I I I , . , L , X h V I ' - I I g NORTH 34 APPLETON 55 Coach Myron Slems well olled machine ground out a declsrve wrn over tne Raiders tnanlcs to two lactors an almost impenetrable defense and Gene Rosenbohm an all conlerenc guard The Rarders drd not land them selves untnl the Fmnal canto when they outscored Appleton reserves l6 to 8 NORTH 52 FOND DU LAC 38 The Raiders found theur strude wutw a satlslyuwg win over Fond du Lac Dlclc Knopp and Rod Ver Velde were tne blg guns with Q3 and 'I5 points respectuvelv Good rebounding and deadluer scornng eyes than prevrous games set up the wun for North NORTH 38 CENTRAL 59 Central dropped ID their hrst hve shots and they were never headed Wrth Wally Relclatns and Bob Kunstman sharing 37 points between them the Redmen had too much class and experience lor the Raiders to handle A rally rn the third quarter closed the gap a luttle but entral pulled away again un the lunal frame NORTH 35 EAST 59 For three thrllllng mrnutes the Raiders seemed on the y th a 71 le d Then Terry Rand opened p o unlq In a near record 39 points ln the coslng minutes East ted Rand at the expense of other players but the Raiders prevented hum from brealcung hrs own 40 point record NORTH 48 MANITOWOC 64 lmprovlng at every game the Golden Rarders tool4 a lil 7 lead at the duarter and stayed with Manitowoc lor most ol the hall When starters Rod Ver Velde and Alton Schmitt fouled out earlv In the third period the Raiders lell behlnd lor the rest of the game Jnm Rosewltz led the Raiders wnth TQ points ., T , . l I , . . A ! F Q b . . . - . . . ,, . . r i l , . . . ' ' ' in I . . . I C " ' , wa,wi - a. u td ' - 8. I' ! ' ! I 1 'I -I L - ff' W f L 1 7 ' ,rv I... n-E... VARSITY BASKETBALL TEAM Duck Knopp Rodney Ver Velde Bob Wamser John Alton Schmitt Mrke Conrad John Brinkman 92 BASKETBALL annul: T Jacob on Bfll Me 2 Jvm Po ewrtz Chuck Bau Dick Spatzek Tom Poerdlnk 1' ,u Q A W 1 , Y . .2 Q, .J 6 Yi -1 A A , .X I . .. 3 Fa .. R A 2 fc K ' J J Y... Y r- l .' A ga X In l A N E A 1 m ' n lg, 4 3, . .T . 5 1 , , .egg .1 .. Q FMU ii H . Tx k.,,-..Ji L - ' as ,. ' " wr vw,..,N.fs , ? xl 4 M 1' X5 xxx Q25 W T - Y ,I X ,Q L. M M . X 2 ,wa M Y 7 5 T , "N M I Txwwm' K l Y I M 3 is ',h' 1:-mvwr , 1 , A A 1 A , -N-A uf'-W ',,,:'A 5 bc ..' E , M , MM. I 1 1 1' - 5 1 7 71 5 1 T ' 1 1 1 1 I I A I ' NORTH 45 OSHKOSH 67 Oshlcosh once beaten and conference leaders really had to worlc before talclng thus one The Raiders showed sparlcle and drlve remrnlscent of the Zlp Kids pressing and brealtlng up passes especially IU the flrst half After Rod Ver Velde fouled out In the last quarter with QT ponnts Qshltosh stretched Its lead to QQ points NORTH 45 WEST 39 The Raiders avenged their earlier loss to West and climbed out of the cellar with a strong second half vvln Rod Ver Velde again tallied Q1 points with a deadly barrage of hoolc shots from exther hand to talce scorlng honors for the night Red Kreuter had T6 for West NORTH 25 APPLETON 43 Appleton contlnued Its long standing jnnx over North with another vvln which featured an unsolvable zone defense and classy Gene Rosenbohm who led scorers with 'I8 points The Raiders could manage only 8 nts In the fnrst half and 8 field goals ID the en game Jim Posewntz had almost half of Norths total NORTH 37 FOND DU LAC 54 ln a special game to determine which team would go on Into the regional WIAA meet at plymouth l:ondy ellmlnated North The Raiders with one exception were ff The exceptlon was Rod Ver Velde who chuclced In Q0 points but wlth the rest of the team unable to hut his effort alone was not enough NORTH 46 FOND DU LAC 38 The Ralders reversed their WIAA defeat by whuppnng Fondy ln Valley play four days later The wln put the Raiders ID a sixth place tue with the Cardinals North asserted Itself from the beginning built up a comfortable lead and coasted nn Rod Ver Velde agann led scorsng wuth T8 points NORTH 39 CENTRAL 42 North s Golden Ralders proved how vastly they had xmproved since their first encounter when they came close to lcnoclclng off second place Central The Raiders fought all the way down to the vvlre but after tyrng nt 38 all with three minutes left the loss of two starters showed and the Redmen were able to pull It from the fnre BASKETBALL 93 I ' 1 I , . , , I I I poi ' ' ' ' tire with 'IQ points. . . 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X Ready for the rebound North talces a tip from Central JUNIOR CAGERS SHOW PROMISE ON HARDWOOD This years Jayvee squad under the leadership of coach Robert Ebert has had another successful season The Junior Raiders grabbed fourth place In the Fo River Valley junior circuit by just brealcing even in the stan ings with seven wins and seven losses Gaining much valuable cage experience this year the squad which was composed largely of sophomores with a few juniors also helping out, should supply future varsity squads with an abundance of good material etting off to a fne start the Junior Raiders handily November 94 I-Iowever in their first conference match the Jayvees were defeated by a diligent East reen Bay quintet They beat Manitowoc lost to Qshlcosh and then whopped both West Green Bay and Appleton in rapid succession But here the Jayvee machine foundered as they lost to Fond du Lac and Central to end the first round of play To begin the second swing around the circuit the Junior Raiders trounced East by a fifteen point margin to avenge their previous defeat They also beat Manty quite easily but the Qshltosh quintet turned the tables on the high flying Jayvees They bounced baclt to beat West Green Bay lost to Appleton in spite of a thirteen point halftime advantage and clipped Fond du Lac season the Raiders put up a stiff fight against the Central Jayvees but the championship Redmen were not to be denied the annual classic 94 BASKETBALL JUNIOR VARSITY BASKETBALL TEAM First row Donald Riclcmeier Roger Ver Velde Richard liatte John Pausna Richard r el Raymond Van er Weele Second row James Cwayna Roger Schnell Donald K rev Drrlc I-Iueninlf Vennerh Ce m C hneld rhan foiri Robert Ebert V r I f . . . X V . d. . M I A , . U 4 1 If I f G . i . . . -. I . defeated Cudahy in an exhibition encountered on to avenge a previous defeat. In the last game of the G N , E I I I I . Q Er , I D y di f t, ,. Lai, To oc e if , ' . I FROSH BASKETBALL TEAM First row Bob Schutt Bob Praeger led l-lanson Tom Schutte Fred Schubert Ronald Pfister Jim Bury Bruce Uhl Bob Braun Second rovv Willis Wick Richard Murray Robert Murray Jim Lugg Fred l-lender Don l-liclcs Gordon Gill Georgie l-lanson John Klozotslcy Carl Weber Coach Robert Griffith FROSH BATTLE T0 LAKESHORE TITLE TIE This year s squad of freshmen out shined their greenness early in the season and wound up by grasping one of the mo t successful baslfetball seasons that any freshmen class has seen With many possible stars on the team North closed the series vvith a ten vvin two loss record to tie with Central for the Lal4e Shore Conference championship The season blossomed bright and early for these fresh men when they got their first win against South ide Junior l-ligh in December This game was won with a mere three point margin From that time on with the exception of one oss they showed their blity future Raiders cisive game came when they were to play Centrals freshmen squad lhe final whistle found the score in favor of Central Although this vvas the big game they still vvound up a very successful season for the first little North Central game vvas in their favor Basketball Managers Don Nleulbroelc John Landvvehr Russell Jump Ball' Pulling James Schild BASKETBALL 95 I I I I I f I I v I I 1 I I I I I V I I v I I I I 'I A V - A ' ' l V, ' a i' as J - I s Challcing up this neat line of victories, North's de- . . . . S. I I GIRLS SQUAD LEADERS BOYS SQUAD LEADERS Nancy Bahler Waneta Esch Phyllus Ellman JoAnn Luedung LuAnn Fessler Margaret Gruenewald Dorothy Schnettler Pat Ordung Sally Mahnlce Duane Schade Amy Grant Janet I-leald Donna Popovuch Carol Fredruck Faye Te Selle l-larruetSchullung Mary Ann Fahl Mary Heermann Jean Waldau Jean Wedemeyer Betty Dudarenke Furst row Jum Schultz James Radlce D k Gehr Bull Ottensmann John Brunkman Mucky Maerclcleun Second rovv Charles Bau Jum Vougt Durlc l-luenunlc Duclc Oldenburg Jaclc Poole Duclc Mandel Thurd row Jum Posevvutz Duclc Paslce Fourth rovv Davud Longvvell Bob Wamser Fufth row Bob Marlcelz Ronald Seefeldt Suxth row Don Meulbroelc Rodney Ver Velde Dale Puerce SQUAD LEADERS AID TEACHERS IN GYM CLASSES The squad leaders perform a varued number of taslcs to assust the physucal educatuon unstructors and lceep the gym classes runnung smoothly They are chosen by the Instructors on the basus of dependabuluty leader shup and scholarshup Thus year, Mr l-lenry Rullung s boys are from the junuor class whule Mr Robert Gruffuths boys are from the senuor class The uunuor boys have gym every day On Monday, Wednesday, and Fruday, they have the jobs of talcung attendance, recordung results of tests, settung up equupment, offucuatung at games and runnung showers for the freshmen Cn Tuesday and Thursday they par tucupate vvuth the other uunuors and also perform some l 96 SQUAD LEADERS of the dutues they otherwuse do The senuor boys under the durectuon of Mr Curuffuth also perform these varuous dutues for the sophomores and senuors Muss Eluzabeth McGunness and Mrs Mary Fuclcen have about twenty one gurls who lend theur servuces un the physucal educatuon classes The uunuor gurls handle the frosh, whule the sophomores are assusted by the senuor squad leaders The gurls also have a vvude varuety of taslcs to lceep themselves busy They talce roll, marlc results of tests, offucuate and umpure at games, aud members of the class un tumblung actuvutues, and help unstruct un dancung classes Lendung a hand at the "Horse " : -gu m 3 .2! , 1 ,J aj :Qlf'.,f2,' .L 1 . L Y U Zvi.. V . ll a K I 'S Q x L' 1 1 A 4 A ' 1 ' ua ' 1 I 1 1 . ' , I . I I I 1 1 1 . . . . ' A ' I I I I I I I I F . . I I I I I A . ' ' ' . . . - 1 I I I I . I - 1 1 1 ' . - 1 3 1 1 I . . I ' . , , . VARSITY CHEERLEADING SQUAD Left to right Lou Ann I-luebner Phyllis Wasmer Carol Knatz Nancy Bahler Phyllis Ellman Absent Delores Delorme I.o1s I-Iolzer Allce Plaster Carol Schneider CHEERLEADERS DIRECT SMILES PEP AND SPIRIT School splrut at nts best demands outstanding cheer leaders and North I-llgh was agaun Iortunate thus year to have an able and hard worknng crew Varslty and Junior Varsuty cheerleaders led the student body at Iootball and basketball games at pep rallies an the auditorium and at the I-lomecomlng bonhre They also worked out actlons lor the new songs and cheers originated by North students when the Pep Commuttee sponsored a song and cheer contest and helped to teach them to the student body ver 80 asplrants lor th blue and gold unllorms were enrolled ID the Cheerleadung Club In the luture they wall provnde a reservolr ol tranned and experxenced cheerleaders Mlss Elizabeth Kaatz us laculty advisor ol this organlzatlon No memorues ol hard lought lootball g mes ID the cool crisp night alr would be complete without a mental picture ol Norths cheerleaders throwing oll the warm lootball llne coats to lead the crowd In a rousing cheer ol encouragement to the team The tense basketball lashes In the gym would not have been hall as much lun without the deafening cheers which the squad brought lorth Wnnlng or losung The North Central basketball classics In the Armory will surely be remembered as long lor the contest be tween the cheerlng sectxons as lor the game on the lloor ltse heerleaders make an unvaluable contrl utlon to school lnle and Irom beglnnlng novice to po IS ed Varsity member they deserve our thanks lor making thus year a more memorable one U Ra Ra Rah Nort CHEERLEADERS 97 I I I 4 TI T L - ,X i . . . . the cheerleaders led cheers until the ubuzzerll sounded. 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Faculty challenges sensors BASKETBALL, VOLLEYBALL AND BADMINTON HEADLINE Thus years Intramural program has agaun been a re marlcable success The program thus year was not qunte as varied as It had been In prevlous years due to the fact that the athletic held was beung transformed unto a tracle and lootball stadium and could not be used l-low ever the popularsty ol the program was clearly shown by the large number ol students that participated lntramural GCLIVILIZS are ollered to the student body an order that everyone may actlvely talce part un athletlcs They are deslgned prlmarrly lor those students who do not actively participate ID interscholastic contests ln this manner everyone IS given an opportunity to par Over the net with onehanded actlon tlcnpate ln sports lntramurals are also valuable rn that they provide an excellent healthful way to spend leisure tlme The school would be very dull undeed el an mntra mural program were absent To open the nntramural season volleyball was ollered to the boys IH place ol the usual outdoor fall actnvatles Ihls GCLIVILY hlled the bull amazingly well and was brought to a close In the later part ol October The gurls had no lall intramural GCLIVILIQS As the warm days ol autumn faded Into cold wintry days the thoughts ol everyone turned to Indoor GCLIVILICS 98 INTRAMURALS I Watch the birdie BOYS AND GIRLS INTRAMURALS THIS YEAR Central Hughs svvummung pool became a popular spot for North students Both the boys and the gurls had theur opportunuty one nught a vveelc to execute smooth strolces and Fancy duves Thus actuvuty lasted lor the duratuon ol vvunter Basketball the center of Intramural season proved to be one of the most successful un the schools hustory from the standpount of student partucu patuon Whule the boys vvere playung theur rough and tumble games un the north hall of the gym the gurls played their equally unterestung version un the south hall The large partucupatuon provuded the teams wuth lceen com petuon vvhuch un turn produced thrullung contests nughtly Wunter gave vvay to sprung and wuth sprung came volleyball and badmunton The gurls also had tennus A good tume was had by all as homerooms battled for champuonshup honors Badmunton also proved to be very popular vvuth couples tryung lor the crown Thus un spute of adverse condutuons, Norths untra mural program came to a successful close For those who stay another year the next years program promuses, as the vvorl4 on the athletuc held nears completuon to develop unto the hnest program un Norths hustory Wull ut be a baslcet7 The way to wun INTRAMURALS 99 s s . A ' I V . . 1 interest, got into lull swing in middle November. The u ' n BASEBALL TEAM Flrst row John Bersch Larry Vande Berg Owen De Karske John Brnnkman Leroy Ahrens Charles Zahnow Ronald Manser Donald Rlckmener Second row Carl I-Iueppchen James Voigt Ronald Plaster James Posewntz Jack Zabel Sheldon Zlmmerman Alton Schmltt Franklm Burkart Peter Buhk Robert Dottau Thurd row Tom Roerdmk Vern Steger Gordon Gull Don Lorenz Blll Leubham Jack Burkardt Charles Bau Bob Wamser Bull Schmldt John Jacobson James Schultz Duck Langenhahn Coach Larry Rock NORTHS DIAMOND NINE SURGE SLOWLY TO RECOGNITION Baseball Ians noted with approval the contnnuance ol their lavorute sport for the second year although Stull on a trlal basis as tar as the school board was con cerned Mr Laurance Rock continued has hne work at the helm ol the yearlrng team putting the knowledge he has packed up while coaching Norths hrst year team and other state teams to best advantage Many returnees from last years squad and some good new talent turned out lor sprung practsce AI together over 40 boys worked out Ior the team Seeing the most actlon were Bob Wamser at hrst base Jlm Voigt at second Alton Schmitt John Brinkman and Bull Lelbham alternatzng at third and Jlm posewntz at the shortstop slot Blll Schmidt took care ol catchnng duties while Gordon Gull Vern Steger LeRoy Ahrens and Jack Burkardt dad most ol the pntchlng Fnelders were Chuck Bau and Tom Roerdlnk In lelt John Jacobson In center and Don Lorenz rn right Gordon Gull Jaclc Burlcardt Leroy Ahrens Vern Steger 100 BASEBALL 3 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 I 1 1 1 1 1 1 , I I I I I I I I I I I 1 1 1 1 - D , . I , . . ' ' ' 1 ' ' ' 1 1 1 ' ' 1 I . . . 1 1 1 1 1 . - , . 3514 -11:7 1. :...:v g ,12 5 'Z .X MW? 2 Iggiriz ' Qi, , rgg I 1 f W t . 1 , Xi 1 JZ ' A 1 --1 2 ' ...Me .,,a,,,. ff . , .ff f- Q A , , vw I Many others saw more lrmrted actlon Including Ronald Manser and Carl I'-leuppehen pltchers Larry Vande Berg Franlc Burlcardt Don Rlclcmeler Jim Schoerger and Ronald pfnster lnflelders Jam Schultz and Owen De Karslce outflelders and Don Meulbroelc and Sheldon Zimmerman catchers An elght game schedule consustlng f Saturday doubleheaders wrth four other Valley teams was played In addition to a pair of exhlbltlon contests ln the exhlbutlons the Raiders dropped tllts to Kingsbury 81 and New l-lolsteln 13 3 Conference foes were Manitowoc Fond du Lac Oshlcosh and Central ln the only conference game played to this wrltlng the Raiders dropped a pair whale on the road at Fond du Lac The flrst game went to Fondy 7 3 and the second 'I6 O l c team was rather wealf IH battrng strength and committed rather frequent error Top Picture Bull Schmidt and lchn Jacobson Seconcl Picture Jim Posewrtz and Jvm Voigt Third Picture Bull Schmidt and Tcm Roerdrnlt BASEBALL MANAGERS Duck Oldenburg, Coach Larry Rock, Robert Wagner Absent Ray Van der Weele 1 1 i 1 1 1 1' 1 i 1 1 I , , . 1 O 1 1 '1 1 , . 1 -1 -D V S. ,nb TRACK TEAM ,,--' Frrst row James Ottensman Glenn Gnbson Ronald Ertel Tom Johnson Bob Gehr Lyle Watson Wally Trester Duck Rawlrngs Donald Kaiser Second row Jlm Repphun Dennls Rlbbens Richard l-lerr Rlchard Mandel James Radke Edward Schultz Duck Gehr Robert Praeger Emll Schuster Thlrd row Henry Schaeffer Lee Smith Wayne Nyhuns Dave Longwell Robert Murray James Cwayna Steve Pralle Roger Schnell Richard Murray Louas Prath Jack Keltel Coach Arden Wandrey Coach Robert Curlthth Anthony Schleble THINCLADS CHALK UP CINDER VICTORIES Coach Robert Grlthth has agarn bullt up a potent traclc team a team that has proved lfS6ll a lorce to be reclconed with ID Valley competition Even though last years graduation but the Raiders hard particularly the held events Coach Grrthth has built what he had unto an etlectnve comblnatnon As could have been expected baseball cut deeply Into the over all manpower supply thereby deprlvlng both these sports ol their maximum etlectlveness In znterscholastlc competition Those events In which the Raiders were strong from the beginning ol the season were the traclc events There were a large number ol returning lettermen In the racung events and It was rn these that the Rarders usually edged their opponents l-lowever failure to Score with even moderate ellectlveness ID the held events cost the Raiders a number ot meets The Rarders had a strong dash comblnatron with Lee Bull Ottensman Tom .lohnson Low Hurdles Wally Trester, Dave Longwell Mule gquuuw'vll"""""' 102 TRACK H if t X K ' X t 7 I A 1 , Q , , ru V1 is S , , I Q ' I 5 1 . A X in . ' Q ' f-' f , A A . il , 1 'L e V Z I V I I I I I I . V I Z ' I I 4 I 4 I 4 I I I . I I . 7 1 l 1 I 1 1 1 1 1 1 I I I I ' I I . , ID I ' I I , . , ., I - - ' 1 7 W' 52 ' M I 0 at YA Smith, last year's conference sprint champ, and l'lanl4 Schaeffer, another fast man. Between the two of them they usually managed to finish one-two in the 'l00 yard and S200 yard dashes. These two boys also played the vital part on the relay team, which was an exceptionally strong event for the Raiders. These two boys had al- ready achieved respect for themselves in last year's competition and this year merely increased that prestige. Next in line was the 440 yard run in which Dick Rawling, a newcomer to that event, was a consistent point winner, grabbing a number of firsts and seconds Eddie Schultz and Diclc Ertel also were point winners in this event ln the halfmile the chief Raider mainstays were the Gehr twins Bob and Diclc Gehr usually sewed up this event as well as could be expected Dave Longwell the chief point winner in the mile, rounds out the picture of the racing events The mile was a very strong event As far as the field events go the Raider thinclads had extreme difficulty placing in the high jump and had none at all in the pole vault The broad jump hurdles, and weights were fairly strong events, but with the exception of Bill Qttensman, hurdler, and Denny Ribbens, weightman underclassmen had to be relied upon To open the season the Raider rose up and defeated favored East Green Bay ln this meet the Raiders swept first and second in practically every racing event How ever, Fond du Lac defeated the Raiders up at Fond du Lac and the Raider thinclads came out third in a triangular meet with West Green Bay and Central There are still a number of meets to be held including the Con ference and State meets Top Picture Half Mile Dick and Bob Gehr Center Pic'ure 100 200 Yards Henry Schaeffer and Lee Smith TRACK MANAGERS Kenton Williams Tom Grunewald John Bennin John Wilke TRACK 103 GOLF As soon as the cutys two golf courses were play able North s golf team was out Tor nts Trrst practices under the supervlslon ol Mr Bump Jones The team may malce a good showing despite the laclc of depth Wuth no returnung lettermen the prospect ol a really good golf team IS pretty dismal So lar this triangular meet and one In a quadrangular North has lost two to Central one to Manitowoc and has beaten Fond du Lac The way the matches are played IS by talong the scores of the hrst Tour men and totaling them wuth the lowest Figure wlnnlng the meet As ol May T the team has played two conlerence matches and have another one coming p hen tere s an allconlerence meet at Qshlcosh then we hope to have a team that will mal4e a gooo showung Thus year the team conslsts ot two seniors peter Schuls and Lavon Herwng tfvo juniors Norm Hesslunle and Jim Garton one sophomore John pausha and three Freshmen George Hanson Fred Helder and K nneth Rlstenpadt GOLF TEAM Flrst row Kenneth Plstenpadt George Hanson Peter Schrls John Pausha Second row Norm Hesslrnlc Lavon Herwlg Coach Charles Jones Jnm Garton Fred Helder 104 TENNIS and GOLF TENNIS TEAM Fnrst row Roger Ver Velde David Wdder Jnm Bury Gary McDonald Second row Lloyd Jasperse Hugh Evans Peter Nelson Coach Helmuth Lautenschlager Dzclc Knopp TENNIS Sprung has once again turned eyes away from other sports such as baslcetball and turned them on a more seasonable and vagoratnng sport tenms The pros pects lor this and the coming year seem good and the predlctlons are that North s squad as laarly strong and with the exceptlon of Manntowoc and Fond du Lac should be able to be well sn the reach ol tl'e Valley tltle The partuclpatlng teams represent all the Fox Pnver Valley schools The majority ol the team consists ol lower class men, but Coach Helmuth Lautenschlager doesnt seem to consider this too great a handicap and hopes to hnlsh with a lxne ol wlns behind hlm and his squad As In other years there seems to be a lceener lnterest rn this sport among the freshman and sophomores North IS one ol the few schools In the Fox River Valley that has year alter year turned out a top tennis team and th s year ns no exception The mem bers consust of sensor Rachard Van Der Puy and junuor Richard Knopp There are three sophomores on the team, Jim Bury Hugh Evans and Roger Ver Velde The only Freshman IS Don Hnclcs , Z I . 5 l . 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