North High School - Polaris Yearbook (Sheboygan, WI)

 - Class of 1956

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' 'I 24 xg xi K .gf-Ig- 'f 1 wg 5 'J 1135 My 4 JJ ' f' '33 'i7'ii i ' Q M Ohngon Mr Peterson S ryrng 1s superrntendent of the Sheboygan Publrc School System for the p1st mo years, Mr Leslre W ohnson nom feels that he rs an old trmer rn thrs posrtron Superrntendent ohnson attended Wrnemna State Teachers College where he receryed hrs B E D gree From there he contrnued at Columbra Unryersrty to ob t11n hrs M A Degree and at New York Unrxersrty to obtun 1 drplomt IS 1 speeralrst rn eurrreulum He began hrs e1reer rn the posrtron of Assocrate Professor of Edueatron at Georgra Teachers College and then crdx 'rneeel to Currre rlum Consulmnt 1t the Lnrxer srty of Kentueky After thxs he eame to Wrseevnsrn and beelme drrecfor of eurrreulum 1nd llter superrntendent of sehools 1t Superror ln 1ddrtron to hrs mms dutres rs superrntendent 'Sir Iohnson frnds trme to trlee ln aetrxe ptrt rn ehurch fr1tern1l md erxre 1ffurs He has 1lso xxrrtten 1 serres of spellrng textbooks As shown by hrs vsorle here rn the plst two xe1rs md h1s bael-eground of edrreltron md experrenee Mr ohnson rs xery vxell frtted for the job of superrntendent Sheboygan rs truly fortun1te to h1xe sueh 1 capable 1d mrnrstrxtor to e1rrx out the dutres of thrs posrtron 6 xillllllllllreillilll A 1914 gmduate of the Unrxersrty of Wrscemnsrn vsrth 1 masters degree rn ehemrstry Mr George K Peterson rs novs head 1dmrnrstrator of North Hrgh School Before eomrng to Sheboygan Mr Peterson taught general scrence at Phrllrps Wrsconsrn In 1978 he began teachrng scrence and chemrstry at the Sheboygan Hrgh Sehoxl and sexen years later he became the head of the serenee department Lpon th eompletron of North Hrgh rn 1918 he was chosen xree prrncrpal of the erty s new school Wl1en Mr Wrllrarn Lrban retrred as prrncrpal of North Hrgh the posrtr rn vvrs frlled by Mr Peterson The dutres of he1d 1dm1nrstrator rnelude plannrnv the program of edue1tron anl earryrng out th polreres recommended by the superrntendent 1nd the Board of Lduertron Mr Pet rson presrdes t 1ud1tor1um pro grams xrsrts cllssrooms md eonfers mth me f1eultx students 1nd parents Besrdes hrs I'I1'1I1X eurrre :lu dutres Mr Peterson has been 1errxe rn edue1tron1l TSSOLIIIIKJHS md rn xarrous erxre groups rn Sheboygm Mr Peterson has serxed as a capable admrnrstrator Ind students 1nd f1cultx 1lrke haxe found hrm a con srderlte 1nd undersmndrng adxrser Ln Y 1 A 1 .r 1 7 4 3 A x. t - L l . 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' 1 . 1. . , . .. . . . , . . , , . ., W , , , , . - 1 . . . . . . r . . , e..I NIR IOHX HAHN U ff ll null lhrev lmws or ,'l'llll1V 5 'tune X ree Prrneip l NIISS BLRXICL SCOTT Director of G 1d nee S 1e11l Studies f guulmu hanll Nefver A Dull Momen In The Life Of A Teacher Serxini., IS 1LlX15C.I'S superxising pep rallies pltys d rnees 1nd x 1r1ot1s committees 1nd lttending after school me trngs 1re the 1et1x1r1e5 tnat keep the bus1est peopl on earth teachers ex en busier Another important assrgnment cn their full senedulc 15 the Faculty Council I-laying been selected by the principal in the fall the Faculty Council consists of a few new teachers fron each subject freld The Council handles tl1e act1y1ty fund mendrng policies to the principal and approying the projects of tl1e Student Council During., the WED 56 school yclr sexen new re1eher5 Pat ulh foum ll ST RUXX ri 111 N1 55 .1r1e 1 D Harlow Hcnmneer SlfONlD ROXX' Mr Vxarrcn White Mr Donald Paneborn ABSI NT NI155 lane Derlin were 1elded to the f1culty lNeyy teachers in the flll were Nfrs james Bettrn M155 Dont lee Mielke M155 Alplu XVetenk1mp Mr Hyman Bermm and Mr Robert Root Ioining the staff at second semester were Mr wllllllll Altman and M155 Sarah K61Shl1H Mr Altman replaced the deceased M155 Elame Kuehl and M155 Ke1sh11r1 assumed the responsibilities of Mr George Iarson yy ho contracted polio during the school year t1es to Worth Heh School but IS lone, as xxe 11 c e1ers x ll 5 t1rot1Ll1 the ye rs el neson 1.1r es ones V155 XITLIDIJ X ore r r 'Kr en Vxandrex M arxin 'eterson lr ohn XX.1t5111 4111111111 tr'1!1o11 ,. 1 I- . 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MR IESI IL STOX AI L SLILFIL Proycttlon Staff NIR EIDONI BORN Summa Dru ers Eduutlon Sound Crew An Pye or an PNP and a ang or a ang. 8 Fm ultx Breaking the language barrler ,-V1 l-4fLf MR HYMAIN BERMAN il, lttm ju wss AIPHA xxLTLx1xAMP C rmfm Sptamsh IZDLIDII DFINLS Commltttc, NR ERLDLRILR CJRKDE Ertmh Orchcstra ufH.1,o4'VF 9' ,L . 1 - A 1 : 7 O A v , A xv T ' f A :A ' V01 L " 'a ' ' .H usAq,,, 2 xi n : 4.99 , d I fy J c 1 Q fr ? V . LT Mathematics, Einancc Committee A 4 f 7 1 . ' . 1 U . I .' 9 f f f 1.9, Q. A . . f L K V 4 , ,-74mm 'nj i 4 I A 1 , X - 7 T :A Q ' C ! . . , . ' I Q f 1.-... " 'f U , 4 i 7 " ' A . 116 . - - . f 1 , V, 1 f E f MRS. ROLAND LORENZ Commercial ,I ' MISS ANN PARSONS Commercial, Social Committee On the Cc8h0l'Ihllllll,, of things Show me lhe way to eo home MR WILLARD WITZELING Social Studies Debate Guidance Forensics A It W ,la I A Rolling out the ulure MISS BEATRICE HAAN Social Studies GLIlLlZll'lC MR HOWARD VIETH Social Studies Guidance Freshmen Foot ball Coach MISS FERN SALISBURY English ournalism Social Studies Urbanite MISS MARIE VAN DRIEL English Department Head MR ARNOLD RHIEL MR HARLOW HENNINGER 3 WI English Speech Forensics Dramatics Pep Committee This ballad IS beller than Da y Crorhel Social Studics Department Head T1ckeLqo Aww dm Euflcviyvfx X Nw W tm W V Q Facility 9 I , I l - If u cc ' ' U 1 ' an TO D XXX' I 7 ' 7 R! W Wui r . . VXI ' , my , I m X I V N ll ,N k fx' cf a I I L, 'lj I at I V ga ' 4, I - ll , qw UQ ILYWS' We' half' uhllp rollnr jobs MR LAURENCE ROCK Mcmls MLLhan1C'1l Draw U15 Baselmll Coach MR DONALD PANOBORN Prm mg Mcclmmwl Drfmlm, RUSS JANE DERLIN Phxslul ECILICXHIOII Intramumls HR ARDEN XX ABDRIH Wmmdxxcmrklxu, Guxdimc ASSISIIDE Trulx 0111.11 Honor Smuctx NIR ROBERT GRIFFITH Phwlml EdL1ut10n lmrlmurlls Tuck Qmdm Frcshmgn B15IxLIb'lIl Cinch Leia llnsfue this MISS ELIZABETH MCGINNESS Pl1ss1cal Educarmn Inrr1mur1ls lsn I thu lmllw I0 Inu s looking mer lomorrows tml MRS IAMES BETTIIN Kngllsh Publmry Commlrrcc Lshars NIR5 XX ll l ARD XY HKU IND Lngllsh XIISS I IQEI I A ELI IYGSOY Smnl SILILIILS Student Councxl Talking oler orelgn a mrs I 0011 vplrlle lo help bullfl splrll MISS VIRGINIA WOREL Clorhmg Cheerlcadmg, NIR HENRY RIILIINL1 Plnslml Educatlon Intmmumls Iumor XVUSIIX Eootbqll Coach C,I1CCl'lC3dll'lL, MISS DOINA IEE MIEI KE Engllsh Cheerlcadmg Nou thus IS a ooilmll MR ROBERT ROOI Sunncc Head Eoorb 111 Cough MR CHARLES IOINES SR Sclcncc Drners EdL1C1t1on Golf I-Ind B15 kcrball Coflch MR ROBERT EBERT ISIZIIILIUHEILS Asslsmnr Eootbfnll md B1sku b1ll Coach Thus has a Bump on ll 99 Facultw 11 'Il1ulwr.5 com: lu rf' loo INIISS HEI ISIN HLRINIAIN LHEIISII Drmmxrlu FCJTCHSIC Honor Souatx MR XX II I IAM AI TMAIN Ilbfnify MISS SARAH IxI.ISI-IIAN Voml Muslc MR ALBIN THAIACKER Commcrull Dcputmcnt Held Student Phccmenf Qommernml School Fmqmc C1u1d1nCL T110 nwrlunv mud be urong I I uu NIRS DON M ID C HRISTHXSLN Llbmrx IJISPIIX IIR IDXX ARD C OIIBIZI Art SIIQC Crux I hope- 11 1101 Sn! ram Shall uv blou ll up? NIISS DORCTIHX N I ITH C111 SILICILS 0 ms N C ARI INC I I Cum ID wr mum C 1 I'lwrm,r1wl1x I TV, 1 ' ' "S, INIR. JOHN XVATSON ., - , as I .. ' ' 'Q Swf .S I3 IL A' .IR, Q . 2, ' lil SV L: .AIA L! A HQCI. xmi 1 2 'X ' lty MISS ERNA SCI-IL.'l.SI2 MRS. ROBERT BERG MISS MAE STEINBRUECKER The Three Bullelineers. ,,.-- Tune out or a plrlurv break XR NR NR NR N XR XX 'JODROXX SONXEMAN FRANR DEN BOER CARI NIALAR FREDERIQR V01 LBRIQHT IOHN RARSNICR XX AI TYR QJLFTHIIR NOT PIQTLRED MR I-IENRH LLBACI-I lruh nmrl. fuunls 2 u n lllgfll MISS C I ARA BRAL N Imxrsmg Homurumm, Funds umor Rnd Cross NIRS H1113-X XOSS MRS OI IIIIA BICRLR llwlr uork N neler lnlslwrl Facultw and Staff 13 .- .J . . . .. u' j , , , ,." ,. ,. . .JA AL..J- 2 F.,-I , A I I .1 A , jk. . ,.,. ..,. fy . . . . . j . .D 'I AI. VK 'V AHY LY - .I. 1" I . Af. ,L ' ' 1 JR., Q f " , .i. 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Davii Xcrhulst ABSINT Gall Dortman XX1ll1am Dlxlt Carol Schcluat H01Il'RO0Nl 206 RONX 1 far: 'ann Stcrncr Rathcl IL churn lxax Hmlpcrtshauscr Vlarx Nlaftcrt Pearl boltlmann ROW 7 Ioan Altertott 'wlarrlxnn Sorenson Dranc bouthcck Barbara Patlxcr Karen Loebbaka George Conrad ju-.lrth Rennl ROW w XXr lard Yctlte George: Xeuburg, Amta Gorter lanet btralt Niarlorxe Tenpas Nuzannt Butholtz Ilrzabeth Fucrst Nlrs Rolanl Lorenz RUXX' l Rxlph Sternhaus lohn Thornton Thomas Leonhar lt Rogers frotltcr Rxthard lxraus Rnha l Suthtcr limes BaumLart Experzences And Actwmes Hafve Been Launched ALL ABUARDN' bloxxrni, x h antrelpltron IS thu studs tht rtrntrarx for the flstern Ltlu Catronal Tour Suelltn Schulte karen Chrrstranstn and M1rx Tcllcn X1SL121l1ZC the Stltut of Lrbtrtx thc Lnltecl Natrons hu1ltl1n5, Nlt Vernon the L S lxflflf and other hrstorretl ltntlmxrlts xxluelm thu will soon Nlbll' ..,,L., J.- JIIIIIOI' 17 HUNlFR1N HI 13 1 JXX 1 Phyllm Irup 'Nano lesxler Ru x C lfl1SLl'l Marlorrn 'Sher Robin l HISKJH OXX 7 Pitrxgm XXHM Xildllt. Ru nn Iudrth lxolsre lLlllll1 Stcecmucr Bern Den Boer I.1nd.1 Muuss Ioan Ranmlxer Nrxmn Clinch lames Resnuk Andrexx Nleur Thomas Mmnm ludrth Nenls R XX A ohn Luercnl Xl Ortu or L annum ,in L xr L 1 ILS Xlxonler LIU o lL SSI N I in 'Xie nlur I HONII- Rl NNI 20 1 ROXX l Erlene Baker Ioknn Lutz Suellen Mhulre Pamela Leeebccn Brenda Rabmo xrtz R XX Iudrrh Boll Sharon Sreecmexer harh un Xan De Vue leanerrc Lnde Patrrua lhlerr lxonne Sghxxaller Nlarrlxn Alu 'Sires Ann Parsons ROW lxathlecn Prrcc lxathrxn Srms lxarherme Betus Gerald Lutz lamcs Rap e Geome Rock lxathrxn Pralle ROXX Rrchard Xfatzdorf kenneth Schxe e Paul Benmn Robert Qqhulz Lrra Han sen Iames Vwmlke Leon lxruschl-ce Jumors Prepare To Set Saul For Their Fmal Trlp O ll Junior- Dllwiblnl NT onus III rg IL s inns X o L un mums L L ml sr L x t lrsp xx mlrool 5p1r1r J C I H" l A. ' ',vxv 44 . ' ' . -I -'- 4 L . f O'n llll- V . 'WARN All :ll Q I I -" I' V I Q. ' k U ' A. ' I, ' Q D , P li K, ', 1, i, Y ' 'xg H pl. . 1 . , .- V 0 - - A v K V ,hi-J . YV ,. Z' . ' ' gs, ' - -. '- - v ,' ' flgfi ' uv RC 1 ' f " , -. bg R f-: 1 '- mr. ROW' 52 Ronald Sicgl. Eduard Vfolfert. U" V: xl D.1"d l.Rr- .rld G Ml. K A ' l VI' lx -. Da "d ,l :n,u. ,l.n ' " l . The .lore Pmngc. Mr. l'.1L1l Y. 'yer Al .N f. Urlg d r 'l . ll 4 0 4 0 4 f 3 f e E S , , A A K M, x . ' f 1, fa K 7 7 ' ' 4 at 3 ' , 3 I Q V 1 b . v g "Tlll'. '. Q. lllz 'N' . . . A 'Ill Nl. Hill' l -lp' ul. 1 Y' n- lerge Al' Re tlm' unninx' AQJINL' on the - L fgns - one xpxy o' L Q lginx 1 ' y DNII-.ROOM 10 ' Mary Diederith. Patritia Fessler. Mary ,lo Lance. Diane Remy. Darla Lory. Lois Schmidt OVC' 2' Richard Livingston. Mary Keii. Diane Leel-t. Cynthia Yan Der Put: Donna Keppert. Bexerly Sthuette. Lee Grossltopr. Mr. Martin Peterwn RONX' 4 Charles Knotlxe. Thomas Buteyn. Xlfilliam Brotlt. Robert Riddell. Frank Startz. -lohn Grollmus. 'lay' btriuel. Larry Mithael. Lucene Fthrimpf. ABSENTg Linda Blevins. Stanley' Horn. Ray Rommelfaenuer IIONIHRU1 HI 9 ROW! l: Patritia XX'a4uner, lrene Sthultz, Aline johnson ROW' Q: ,ludith Stoltzmann, ,ludith Roth. Kathryn Harder. Donna Cesar, lilva Leitl. Lois Petasniclc. Ann Schultz ROW' gl Jerome Reinke. Lucille Leannah. Marlene Gehrig, Dennis O'Neil. Gary Bretzmann, Laureen Luhath. Elsie Neuwirth. Iiugene Goldberg. Mr. Charles jones. Sr. ROW' lj XX'illiam Schaefer, Rithard Dex- heimer. Charles lleald. Rohert Popovith. Robert Swanson, Ronald Thiiltitl-ter. Peter Roesa, jay Nyhuis ABSIINT: Peter Koken Education And Leadership Through North High School LIGHTS. CANII-IRA. ACTION No. these boys arent switchboard operators, but they almost have to be in order to efficiently handle the lights and other equipment on stage. Learning some of the mechanisms are Paul Bennin. Harley Anderson. .ind ,lerome Reinke. Juniors lt Ili Nllilil N HI 218 ROW' l: Lauri XX'inkelhorst. Shirley Starck, Carol Wiegantl. Aludith Zabel. Diane Wel- ling, Doris Bahr ROW' 23 Catherine Kummer, jane Huenink, Peggy Engelhardt, Barbara Kramer. Beverly Paegelow, Martha Stoelb. Miss Luella Ellingson ROW' 5: Richard Magritz. Terrence Siegl. Sandralee De Sombre, Lynn Lousier. Andrew Otte. Jacqueline Maas. Darrell Vifilke. Den- nis Aschenbach ROW' el: David Bray. Jerry hlarvis. Robert Hansen. Aaron Feldman. Henry Knaus. Thomas Sehoemer, Jerry Cimarosti. Richard Pauls Ill Hll-QR! NNI 312 RUNX' lg Barbara Mollenhauer. Diane tier. Carol Hendrikie. Mary Nlessner. Ann Vande Berg ROXY' 1: Peter Lexine. XY'eQley Yan Haxeren. Xlfilliam Soronen. Lynne Lund, Betty Pult- sieh. Louire Murrax ROW' 3: Allan Kraemer. Phillip Donthetk. Susan Vfestmore. ,ludith Zittel. Lorraine Newman. Louann Sehaefer. Mr. Albin Thal- aeker. RUXY' -li Jerome Head. Allan Vfasserman. Philip Hamilton. Roger Sthulz, Gerald Feldman. David Clement. Thomax Kroll. XY'illiam Rix .-KBSENT. Carolyn Nitlxel. Ronald Petrauski The Sophomores, Discovering A New World Of Realization, I8 SOIDll0lll0l't'5 DIQIXING INTU THE PIAYI' WURLD l.ouann Sthaefer. Diane XY'elling, and Mary Ann Vande lie-rg show that biology elasses arent always cuiting up frogs .ind beetles, Biology. one of the "seven won- dersf' seema to f.15LilIl.llC theae studenta as they investigate the biological con- struetion of ferns. H1 HIP R1 NNI 216 RUXX I -Xnne Dou las Rxta Xlarlws Dram h lrsby Nhar n Lasthlnslu latquc rne V trncr Susan Panltratz lullth Zltzcr Nancy Laurence Donna Hatl-tbarth Dennl Nauer X Lester Rommclracn Lf Dau Rernboll -Xnn Xiaxer Annabeth Xrllnr xx lxarcn NI johnson Harrret lxruzs lame Nlyer Trmothy Nthrrmer Robert Hen lnlase 'slr Harlow Henmn cr ROXX Ll nl Grclncr Brian Ptertter lames Chcsebro Tony lxreuter Robert Loet tler Alan Krause kenneth Lueltlte lmhn Pantzer Vurllnam Hermann ABNI 'XT -Knnette Anhalt ,V kA,'x vw ll0Yll'RUUNl 211 ROW l lannte Pape Niary lxatte all Drrstoll rll Klabunle Sonya Metzner ROW 7 Niary jo Zummaeh ju lrth Hahn Barbara Trner Nanty Green Nancy Pohl Patrrtra Baechle Mxss Alpha Wetenkamtv ROW v james Brmkman Wayne Grube Mary Ann Ott jesse Gerber Mary Aschen brenner lxenneth Meyes Douxalas Teumer ROW' 4 Phrlxp Dommrsse Rxchartl Naelt Robert bthluntlt Thomas Cerull Charles jones jr Glenn Zomtlx ulran etzer Wfay ne Ruppel I 5"'V,lZf'yi,,14 fyfj' we Rams gh e Mast And Step Forth To Take Then Place KP WW W W ID nv FNTRATIUN -X xtly tetustometl to the art ot stuty 5, three sxphomorcs amcs Schorer Phu umrssc and Robert Prlsl the Into h'story lingllsu and Latin ln the G V petee mtl quret of the lrbrary 'N A'--Q Q Sophomore- 19 T1 H G U V A 'll - RUY' li - 'Qi 'I lk., ."' , ' V I . .. Rv fy, 4. 4' . i G ' ln '.,r - - vx. ' . A, JV 'f Q f' 4 -- " " ' N. h i' ' .. R .M ,f,,,,.,-A.. - - - ' J ..X4. v, ...- favs. - ,i 't I f - -kj' .N , i ,, .. . , --".f't'-. .,'A,,',KG,' G' Q, I' ' 7 MN Z 1, Q I M yy F I ' 4 I 'LGG ' 'A l ll" 41 - .l. , A. . .J -V Ill Nll- lil N HI 202 11cr banlra N1111cr 1an11f. Hu11,e Bonmc Maas RQJW 7 Ruth Storm Xian lxoepke Ar111th Har11er lxarcn Xwalthers Sharon Vander XY eele 1u111th lxasex Nhss Beatrme Haan ROW Carol BIHXCFSIC Carol Ixrysak Daun Lun1le Palmer Sulcs Dax11l Hanson lxlltlldll Patr1111 Robert P1151 ROXV 1 Rona11l Anlcrlc Thomas Ixans Thomas He1nL Iames 511'1orer Paul Nyhun XX'ernLr Loessl Rox S1ebLrt Fre1ler1c11 W11 ke J n 'Naumann IIUNII' RUUNI 214 HX 1 I N1 1 lxaren NIFIIIYINJII loan Nnuu RUXX 11' LX 'len las Pun N Lll ljuerlx B ur LI Nanu N11111ertc 1a1que11ne Alert Xldfxld Hallman Xiananne Xiartens XI1' Hxman Berman Rf JXX Bernarl Lan 1 rx! Ran lall Ha11c 1 r me x 1 L lcra R 11 1111 fhornaa 510.1 lohn Scrl1ct11h X Man Nlarlxui lames Hama X1 1am lrcuranu Glenn P1'11n1 Peter Dc Braal 11sl1e Nlaer111lc1n Glen Ntrahl Rox Cl17S4JD Iames braete As Actwe Upperclassmen Next Year, They Will Learn To '11 Nop11o111o11 N RP XIIX XX RXPPIN1 PSI LP Nlosr s11lv111rs 1111111 FQLILIIFL 1111 SfLln1Ll1I IP 11111111 so xxnp RLK up 1n 111s sr111 11s p r1nr1x 1111 rsr 11 1 18 mls 11111 111 1111 wap flilllll 15 1n1 111s no XL 1111 YLXU XL 1I'lll1D1 11l1oxx 111sxm1t1s R Y' . 1.111N 5111a1le. 111111 11 Yilllxlrlg. Q11-' 1:1'IYw1l1, V - 11 1 .1 . - ' 1 1' " 1, sh' 13- ' j ,. 11.11. ,loan Q.1crrh1tncr. 5 A I 14111-11. lkl 1 1 . ' 'K' , A . ' " Rox" 121' . '1'1.xH1- ROV! 1: Elizabeth Bc-111n1ler. Sandra Schncl- 5: ' , 'Q , ' , 1. , o 11 1 1 1 - C C . Y . . . . . 1 , 4.' A 4 .' . Y 4. a l13'1 y i'1 -H4 but ap Ll 1 1' 1 Fi Q All 11.15 11e- ma Q A11 1' g ' 1 ug A 1' lm 1- .1 1 1 W INHII- ROONI 109 RU X 1 Ronall -Khrcns Nhirlcx Xcrsttstc ith Ns sthu tz C rinnc Thcur r .ar cm. New irth Betts Ntmplc ROXX Ioan Ricmttsma C1411 Dc L tmc ludith Rcpph n Icanne Nc latlt Unalu Teume li. ith Intron ROXX Da e Heike Gordon Oum ia Thar as Hallett Lin A Butholtz Btttx H t tn Beatritc Wa ner Kliss Dorot Xeith NX .arne t her Gcrall Dortman liseph lx icyunss R but Ncssicr Paul Hein cmann Glenn Lahti 'X but Rdml Phillip Dann ABNENT Dcnnis XX itthuhn 1 S WR? N0 V XIL FLUX! lull! Hlulilz Slinky knees .ind clumsy fret disappear ns thc sophomores gain poise and dancing ability while learning the sccrcts of being Ll lullroom sticuuss during their wcclcly social dancing hour. t TXRINT X BRI' ATHPR Its not often that ont finds a sparc momcnt to relax when in 1 school pro duction last minute dance steps to practicc lines to memorizt and rmkc up to repatch usually cause quita a commo tion But thesc sophomores Kathlccn Ixummcr Patricia Baechlc Sonja Matz n r and Lois Sthftdc xmiting for their cut during thc. mlcnt shoxx dttidt to tikt things 1 bit usicr s onslbllltzes And Positions Sopliomorf-s 21 Ill HH' lil NNI 303 JXX I Pirmia Smiri Sin ri SL iu Xiirx Ann Dcrganrz Margaret LaV1olctrL lll XX iilra IoAnn Zimmerman Iu lx Mhnci lar Linda XX illuns ROXX 7 Ann Troxcl Amlru Lobci bharimn Sarmri 'Nami Nianncmann Ninn Sgliunlk lXarx Nrrrer lxirhlun Buuhql Rirhirl Yastroxx ROXW v Dorothea Mint Gary Curr Dnirl C im rrosn Thomas Sqhinabc-dx Arthur lim mcrman Peter Brurz D xi l XX rig it Ronald Bunk Barbara Roelx ROXX7 I Runild Bcnlxer Xlfilliim XX XV1L nu Ph: m is lcirhr LcRm M nu lnrt Xlirlin lxcu Donald Xleinr Thomas Buctrncr Anrhnnx Iusler Xir Donald Paneborn ABSINT Sinilra Khlcr Iohn Hunhcs Ill HIP R1 NNI Sl XX U imirr anne rn fizar XYL L R1 XXX Barhari Burlrari Tamara C hmm ci' L. Nun ir .1 Nilbcrnl c ran an nnic iir in X S 1riBr1 RHXX Rin ar lhie Rirharrl l'LL, mer ramix lxnran a X ark Ha een 1 cr LL u arcn 4 up R hart Hg crr X une lxrinl Past The Prime Of Their New Adventure, The Freshmen H Pie limo n lPTTlNl U Ql UNT!-ll L Lk mir niimlm ll kN in lirs vii, inmriiii S I . I , I T RU N l. 'lvh-inax xl A , Di. ' C1 - llirriiia l.LllXiull. .luiiith N -N. lfruil- a.ir.f bimiiil fg k. Dil 5' Ka' ll Qc-n. Bri ' li. b. lv. . f.l. . .un " 11 'eh .i "'i. +. F ' if. .I ' 'll . Ri Dnlf. Cl - v Tl'-l. ii - 'li Ri"1l."."l..1 rl. .il hu.. . 1' i. LF, yr ' . ,Q-LIS. .'t,Q V 1 'V -2 7. 'aj- iLi.V'. ' 4' 21 1.4. O O ' Q I .A Q I '. .W I Olrl .in l new alike wines i in - hir the .inn .il lfr- hmen Nlixcr, Fur rm v ' fri I ihix if their M .i lf II in inner inany in-xx' fricnils .inrl get .1 'i ,' -if high ,gliiml fiin, 3 X1 IIUXIPIRUUXI 301 X I Q U Ca r e Harrr Cara Lua Donna Xian htrlex Darlenc Xnl-X kathmtn Naxlfrn Imzphrnc Xirlkr ROXX lane U Xen C nstantc Ottc Patrnr an Xiar arct XX artcr Dram labc r hx Xtra 4 xa R nrt cm Nthmr Q er RUXX arc Dwpkc Th mas L Nu Rf.nt'r atc Annette CJLYHCY Car G1 ran Iuhn Hwrtmarln Thuma Ntharre Xir Tame Bcttrn XX -Xrrrc' Dau Pdfflth Xiurphx Xicxcr Robert XILCUH Damcl htm Her Paul Lbbd nh IL Xirthaal Hansen ABN! NT Rnhari lxructcr Cami Lohsc HUXII' ROUXI 128 RDXX 1 bharon Paul Barbara Bardax Xfarlcne Irwli Ixaren Ploctz Xian Brrr Illlabeth Schmitz Dorothk Xwolfcrt RUXX 7 XIar1L5nn Horwitz RuIan1C1uoSen Thumas Rossi Wllllam bqutt Iuhn bnhar rcr Albcrt Loursrer Mr Arden Xxantlru R XX Tank Kucter Randall Paasph Iimcs Zahu XX'1ll1am uhnsun Dani X1 men C crall Iuckcm Rrthari XX aLncr Begun To Anchor Thelr Lzfves On A Flrm Foundatlon FRI-,SHNILN LAXII-,NTS lt happem to 111 frnshmcn mam fmt! thu hun acudenmllx put thur Indra on bmlxxx trda or .1 trlcnd has dom rt for thcm Runcmbcr tht dm uhm mu h td tht std Lxptrlnmc' Freshmen 23 RfJX" I Jan' Gutbu. yrw' -I an PWS. . :' ' 5. 1. D-,nt 1' Q -ha Frou :ti k. D- N ,, ti-l " 11 Ch 1-Q nr Jiri. 4- - .t:':' I. . . 4 nn 'il' 4 -. . . ' S Q Vr. RO " 11 .' R . Larry Asthcnhach. james Intravaia. Gary' A ,'t. VQft. ,, L.. A . . ' H ffm' "-:.f" 't'.. orsg -.f N. hr -. ' " ' ,I . 'H' ,n any .L ,,v r . . 1 x V . t K Q 0 O O O HCHII' 110011 116 XV l Dxcr H1rr1cr Holmu Thomas lxnau Donald Oehlrlrmh ROW! 7 Dennm lxatre Iames Fe lerer C h lI'lL9 Faber C arnlxn Inge man one lxortt IoAnnL Pl 1rlCuQ C mal Farru ROW' u laaquelme Iansen Susan H1lt1.cn P.1tr1c1a Ruppel lane bnhmnr 1u.l1rh bass Prnulla l'ran7Ln lohn Rummcle Mr Leslle Srmall ROW 1 Wax nc brhelxxar Wlllldm Vsan drcy lohn bm1rh Iohn Weber Robert Popplc Dcnnn Homn Fugene Cums Rlnhirl Srhultc Llox l Pinlxcr H1 NIP IN N HI 124 X l Nara L rson u lf l HS 1rl1 laanlx lul1tl'1 Hottmmn Nlan Ball rl1m1 mr lark X xc.r RUXX llll Bnuhmann Nlartha SIUHQQD lean BlCXUfli Xian T1mm -Xrlenc En mn cr leanmc lunakan Xhchael Dncs Nl1r LX 151111 ROXX 111111 Lunuxcll Xian XX Lllan DLL Pererwn Nhe1la Lrtcch 'Nano Dmler 1111 Niarua I hnsnn Thnmas Yxnlx 1-lNKlf'l Nxllllh lr lxarl l'xiLlLlLf N11xs fern Nalnbun X 1 I.1v.1rllxraL1i Uxmn Ba lc X 1 1 am liuesc lame Nrhmnt larnca Ollcnlwur 1 l1 Xlucr Fm Fellar Bruu Holman R bert Lin L New Fnends, Teachers, Subjects, And Actwmes 71- 1' re-Inns-11 Rl- KD! HDR Tlll- Ixll IUDH' r1n1 IS 11111 1p LS Lr1r1m11l1rr11 S we 1 CC nn rl1 LXLIILITIL 11 1 lI'LSl1ITl1I1b f1r5r fwarlull gl L ROY' 3 Q h a , vl Cl' h -ar". ,lu- X 'Ll' . - ' .l." " 1: h' ' .. Q' M . . 1 C h 1 A " 3: '15-1 j - . . - j J. . . C: -Aux 1 , 1 A 11' '- . Q.' '.-vm.' " Q' j RUN" . RI . 1 " ., 1 'lr 1. Y"ll'- A fx , ' ., f 1 A g. RIMA 1' , ' '. C ' . " . 11 ' A Al' RO' 1 Peggy crm 1 V l' worth, JoAnn Busshanlr. Marvin Pierre. ' ' ' -2 f ' , , ' L - A 1:1 if Eyl V ' ,A D .K V .. ,,Y - 1 , o 4 4 0 l li: ul. . . pl K' rl' ' L. 5,9 1 -1, and spirir all all Q - ent , ' f. A- ." " -1 . 31111: N HOWII- ROUNI 8 ROXX l Dorothx Polzrn lxatherme Rxeleer lean Niortensen ludrth Oberhuber Patrrexa Niannm Drane lxaboord Ruth Qmres San dra Lee Sehobert ROXX Lors Alpert farrxe Ehlert Qherrx Osxer lemme Hummrtzseh Iulre Dortman Renate jasper Karen Xiarkus RUXX Vkrllzam Xiexse Eugene Russell Thomas Zrttle Sue Sonnta Bnan Bro lx Charles Call-uns Larrx Olmstead ludrth Rrchter Nir Eldon Born ROYX Rrchard Aaholm Clarence Salz xnedel Randall Pranee lames Oxerbeele Brran Leonhardt Ronald Thrmmne Bern hard Rnchmann aele Prxsmeer Doran Farnum ABSEXT Nirehae XXrr ht PUTURF NIUDI' LS OI' ANI- RNA The dos and don ts of obtammg poxse eorrectlng posture applylng mlke up and lertrnrng good groommg 1n general are objectwes of the Powder Puff Club These freshmen are approvnng eolor eomplex1on contrasts ln materlal Help To Enrich Frosh Voyage Through Hugh School N0 JUNGLE ,IINIS HERE, BUT . . No one, not exen freshmen escape the buck, parallel bars, or rope clrmblng durrng gym class Deslgned to dexelop muscles and proper coordmatxon the apparatus IS g1XlI1g these glrls a good work out' Freshmen 25 , . . . A , . , .' y Q ' . ,, 7. . 1 . , I - . . V, ' 1 M b 4. . A .W , , x l 4 Q x ., ,.. . ' .lf , 5: ' . . ' , ' ' ' ' . el , " 4: ' . - L I ' lf ' ' s U ' ' - ' -I 'fm A , . l A.. - . . . W . , , , . , . . A , ,. K ' 1. '. JC - , ' , ' , , , , L ' . A V L .1 , , L , , , . . . 5 Q ' 4 1 ' . ik, fx' 0 o Polaris I' dltors ,,w,.....,..,..-11 R JW' l Ann Iarlcus Nlxry Schrppcr Iamcc Baumatm lxarcn Waswcrnxtn XY 7 btanlex chler Barb1r1Schlc Durxxool Dommrssc Marxlxn Bruscr Vsmlrcl Btttlc Plfl'lL1.1 Conral ABSENT Robcrt Green Memorles Remam Alwe Through Work Of Polarls Sta May l scc xour clummy copx Thls mformll bclongs rr the scmor scctxon Ycs lf xou should happen to ents clrop on Room l09 thcsc xxoulcl problblx bc somc of thc mcmbcrs h uc bccn busy gtthcrmg plus mt mcmorlcs of our CXLlIlIlg Incl unforgctmblc lllgli school ymrs thc Polirls vull bc out most complctc incl pcrmmcnt rccortl m xxhlch 111 of these mcmorrcs arc storccl Lnclcr thc cllrectxon of Nhtx Schtppcr CLlIIOI'II1 lmlc x Staff ROW 1 Iucluh buechorst barah Rummclc lxathlcen Seekms Donna Wfolfert chlcf xxorlc on thc IQD6 mnutl bcgm soon 1ftcr school ttrtccl Ih llrst lob ux utmb thc cclltors xx ts to clccrdc or 1 trcmc for thc book S lCLf1D2., Sclsons clcnotmf, fall xxmtcr md sprmg thc crux sct forth to accomphsh IIS ttslc Ihc l1t flfy srrff hcftclccl by IXIFLU Wisscrrmuan procccclccl to ctrrx out thc thcmc m xxorcls Incl PILIUICS Durvxoocl DOITIIDISSL ftrt cclltor md h1s staff clcslgnecl th coxcr md CllXlSlOfl plges Thc colorful pictures talccn Xrt and Txpmg Naff ROXX I Niarx Ann Hausler Patrrcxa Lccebeen Lors Ncumrth Cxnthra Xan Der Pux ROW Brcnclx Rabmoxttz but-llen Schulte Iulle Psch lanet ROW 7 Lors boronen Marlene Gehrx Marlcnc Stance lxathryn Prallc Patrncra Wllbl Rulolph ABSENT Nancy Grube Barbara Packer ABSLXT Lclvun Dommxsse Lrsette lxlc-mm janet Schultz 'fm I o ' Q, I v ' f , af' .- , ,, '. X N, hw " Lf : Q n ' Q Q ' t .l ' V ' ' I I ' ,I I . ' it , i td V ,X 4 . C ' H ' RO 1' -1 'f g 5- . r .t 5 r t -. r . 1. . l i t 0 4 4 0 " .' " Q? 1 A 'J ' ' - ' 1 t -Ja . - ' ' Ak A Y 1 fy A 1 A I " ,, " . ' , ., ' ' , . , ' - H - .7 , ' ' g 1 A n I statements you would hcur. Because cclltors and commuter , . ,, ,, , A L '. ' It 'rt I ' N , 'Q I , L ' Al 1 A 4' t ' s ' . -A' A si 1' A . . A Y . Z Q. A D - . 5 I K . . ' ' . ' ' -, Ayr' I Y' - . ' ,A . t A . . ' ' . . 'U , . . . ,. 1" v. . 2 1' ' '. ' . ,I v f 1. . r-Af 4 fa' K ' 5 V 7, -v . -r gf ' . I V' ' - 4 ' L ' lalris There s No Busmess Luk P larls Business' -xflNf'l'tlSlIlg Qtaff ROW 1 Mary Ann Hausler Buerly lxohls Niary Niurtha Laureen Lubach ROW 7 Sharon Voigt Dennis Lueeke Niary Nliehaels Iueene Goldberg Shirley Felsinteer ABSFXT Thomas Heal XX illiam Reinl Witlr a budget to be balaneed ads to be sold xoiees to be sent out and yearbook sales to be superyised at the end of the year Barbara Schleg and her business staff were kept busy from September to une Solicitati Jns by Wfinfred Battiy, Robert Green and their assistants is also aecompanied by the written vyork done for the sports section Editor Stanley Sehler and his staff enliy en the cheers and exeitem nt displayed at all sports eyents The senior section was edited by Ann Markus and Janice Baumann who superxised the photography of the senior informals and planned the entire layout for the section All of the stories were typed by Marilyn Brasser and her typing staff With this yyork eompleted still another task had to be done by the staff of Patricia Conrad index editor Ex ery pieture had to be identified and the index had to be eompiled Sports Staff their toes Faeulty adyisers to the Polaris staff were Miss Dor othy Veith Mt Carl Enger Mr Edward Goebel and Mr Donald Pangborn After a year of hard work the finished produet your 1956 Polaris was ready to be placed among your SOLIXCFIIFS of high sehool life ROW 1 junzo Mizoe Marlene Silxis ay Finst LllPl'3l'W Blaff ROW 7 Robert Quasius james Gootlmann james Wilke ROW! 1 karen Swenson Sylyia Van Der Puy Oralee Stiles John Kflefllfs John Th0mf0f1 ROW 7 Joann Fiebxe jean Saint Carolann Steiner judy ABSENT Stephen Maersch Eisold Gail Miller Polarl ff 2 ' ' e O O O . . - A . ' r I 1 1 . I , .Q ,, . ' V A . A y . Q. Y -I' K V .. '74 I. ,V .. , , t. y ' -',y . -' ' . ' . , -.7 'in- , - I L .YI i f. L A A A Y' 3 r ' A - ' - ' f A ' J L of local business firms especially kept staff members on . L K ' Y A Y- 1 A ' V. 4 . . , Y I Y V , A ' , . ' , . 'z A , 4 . 'S 27 Urhamle I' dltors ROW 1 Lmda Muuss Sylyla Xan Der Puy Marlene Stanee Lrsette lxlerrm ROW 7 Naney Lee Hummntzseh Matlelyn Cooper Charles lxnoelee Otalee Sules Gall Mrller lean S.11nt Sarah Rummele joan Grohsleopf Urbanlte PTOfUld6S Many Moments Of Enjoyable Readmg The mereasmg, student mterest IU lournalrsm ts a eourse and 1n Urbamte and Press reportmg has made thls school year enjoyable IS the may Mlss Fern S1llSbLlI'X ap the past years work F1fteen papers were prmted eaeh eontalnmg about 5706 words I1TilxlIli., a stlrtlmg tottl of 625190 words for the year Each of these 88 790 words was vyrxtten edrted eopyread typed prrnted on galleys proofread pasted on the dummy page and finally read by approxl 1 nrt ulatlon Staff ROW' 1 Carol lxnaub Lols Schroeder Patncla Gehrle Sharon Voter ROW 7 joan Van De Weg.,e Arlene Hendnkse Donna Wolfe-rt mately 900 subserrb rs plus many more yyho relel the subserlbers eop1es Headmg the staff yyhrch produced the paper th1s Sarah Rummele and jean Sfunt eo nevus edltors Oralee Stlles feature edltor and Charles Knocke sports eelrtor 1SSlgl"lC'Ll storxes edlted them yxrote the he tdlmes and arranged Elllll' resp etne pages to look attraetne and emphasxze th most lmportant arncles Workmg ruth these edrtors were L1sette Klemm art edrtor who super Advertising and Typing Staffs ROW 1 Carol Ippel Nancy Grube Phyllls Tresp ROW 7 Rnchard Rrueqer Elxzabeth Fuerst Brran Leonhardt Dnane LeVeque '8 I rlmanlta 3 ., ,.. 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' -2 ' ' A , ' , ' , Wl1at's The Latest Scoop ' xls el Ill hnoleum bloeles xshreh ippeareel rn the paper 'tnel Robert Green and Wrnfreel Bittlg eo photogrlphers who took prctures elexeloped them and Changed the srze uhenexer necessity As adxertrslng manager of the piper Maelelyn Coop er took charge of 111 eommereml ads 1nd handled th bLlSlULSS of the Urbotmte Her eluttes melueleel solrelttnf., lels lrmnblng them on the pftge eolleetlng bllls mel htndllng petty estsh DCllXLflDE the papers to the stud f nb Reporters ROW' I Lots Neumrth Allan Berman bhrrley Fels1nLer Denms Luecke Barbara behaub Patrrera Conratl Donna Wtmlfert ROXV 7 Iuthth Re-rnl Rathel Feeebeen Iutlx Irsoll Sue bonntala Iuhe Lseh ABSENIT Iuchth Boll Eueene De Sombre Elrzabeth Fuetst jesse Gerber Wrllnam Holhnesuorth Sharon Laschrnskl Thomas Mannlne Ann MeCraxs Betty Newman Barbara bchler., Lots Soronen Star Reporters Xnel Reporters ROW 1 Ann Niarltus Barbara Sehaub Charles lxnotl-te Nancx lsessler Wrlham Holhnesvuorth lxaren Wasserman ROW 7 Iaequehne Wferner Niarx In fummaeh Sharon Lasehrn skn Stephen Niaerseh Stanlex behler lanree Baumann Rrehartl lxloppenbure Lrn la Blexons Lm la Niuuss ABSINT Carol Sterner uehth Stleehorst lxaren Swenson Iames XXaLman elents xx IS the lob of oln brohsleopl LlI'LL1lHlOU mftni get She llso IN'l1lLLl eoptes to out of sehool SL1bSLl'lbLI'S idxertxsers and other sehools IN1nCs Lee HUU1Il11IZSLh h ad typlst was IU eharbe of 5 CINS th1t ll sto res were typed before gjorng to the prxnter All sehool matter of pubhc rnterest vms sent to The lets eehtor isslgneel mel eellteel tll these storles When ex r possible PIQIUFLS teeomptnreel eopy Artists Xml Messengers ROW 1 Patrlela Niannrne, N1ar5 Dleelerleh Ianet Sehultz 'Nano Pohl lu llth Zltzer ROW 7 Karl lxaeppler lxathleen Naxlon Iutllth Rennl bhnrlex Felsrneer Iuhe Lseh ROW 3 Ehzabeth Frrese Bruee Ho'man Niarlene Snlxrs uhth Bo ABSI NT janet Niahloeh Phylhs Tresp L rlramte 79 tt 79 O I A . v V f , . x' f ' 4 f 4 r .1 Ai. 4' 14 4 V' If I 1 ' V , V. , V -1 . ,' , r . 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Altllllllf Thc mfun sccnc of thc play mkes plicc IH thc B11 rs! aml oremosl I remember llanm Norxxcvlln lcccntccl kltcnen of thc Hanson flllllly rn San Franc15co "lI'OL1I1Cl thc yeir 1910 Mann has her hlncls full trymg to kecp thrcc cllughters on 5on mtl hcr husblncl hlppy 1ncl con tcntccl Mr Hm5on 1 slovy moymg but clccp tlunlcrny, mem IS bchmcl MIIIT1 111 thc ymy Shc IS thc ccntml charlcter LOIU1Tl"iI1Ll1Ui, respcct ancl symplthy from thc .lil F1111 Play W',,,..4av I. AM f' -vt l 1 11 31 3 . 1 . 1 1 1 1 Q Q 1 , . . . y 2 A , V Y D , 1 ' 1 1, . 1 1 ' -' - , . , A . 'lk 4 1' K .. 4 1 - ' 'l . ' f ' 3 , , , . . k t 1 . Q A .1 V ,k . K K v - X vyY 1 Q ' - l 1 1 ' -. x, 1 ll -' ' ' ' 1 ' . 1 1' U 1 ' ' Y 1 "Q '1 -T-' "'-'fe , . 1 1 f l' ' , ' 2 'L 'Sf ,1 ' 1 ' ' 1 1 ' 4 1 1,1 1 g . i . . Albert Riemersma, Eugene De Sombre, -Ienne litler, 111111 Patricia O 0 C O O " 1 1 . 1 " -A 11 1 1. A 1 1 1 . 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Ivnnv A flell D1 e ean Sa1nt R1e are xus Brenea 1 IUOXIII enne er Ora ee Nt es lu e1e De N mhre antl Susan Wfestmore 1ud1enee 1n her 1neel11t1on of fam1ly el1sputes her under stanelmg nature and her p1t1ence IH 1ll the fam1ly cr1ses tt the hosmtal 'Ulel 1t home lx1tr1n xx ho tells the storx f1n1lly 1eeompl1shes her l1fe long dream of haung her SIOIILS pubhsheel Dagm 1r IS the 1n1m1l loxer of the pl1y mel eaeh new seene eatehes her f1ney lNels xx ho plays 1 typ1eal b15 broth spends some t1me xxorkmg on fmanees to get through h1gh sehool and Chr1st1ne 1s the ITl1LlCllC SISILY IS alxmss result mth 1 S1553 rem1rk for 1113 SIILIHIIOH A bo1reler 1t the Hanson home Mr Hyde keeps the fillilly entert11neel vuth h1s readmg 1nd vnrm person 1 1t y-vs 0 Shoal Patr1e11 Conrad A bert Y-f :1 .. f' 5 af :x I.. H R1emersm my J fl Tue hlppy and fast moung l1fe of the f11111lx IS eontmutlly mrerrupteel bx XISIIS from the three aunts 1nd Lnele Chr1s Aunt lennx and Aunt Slgflel the bossy md xxhmny xuxes of men from the old eountrx vue Aunt Trma 1 htrel t1me xx l1en she eleueles to mlrrx Peter Thorkelson 1n 11nelert1ker xx ho wants the benef1ts of 1 eloxxrs The obstrepcrous Lnele Qllflb 1elels the f 1 trwedx to tne oft t1me LJIDIL s1tu1t1ons lt 1sn 11nt1l 1fter he el1es th II th 1unts real1ze h1s gre 1tness 11st IS the tele11s1on sc:r1es of I Remember A111111 tre loxeel bs 1ll so 1115 th1s exeellent proelueuon bs 'Nlorth HlQllS e1st mel th 1r lLlLllCIlCL Anil I swul you zvlllllng prvwnl I SPIIII vnu bor 0 rrnngvs' 1 W1nfretl Battn. Albert R1emersm1 lem R1emersma Iulx l1solel and Barbara behlee Pall Plax l . . Q V 1 1 115 : 1 . 4 y h 1 , 'f l f 1 L 1 A U 1 r ' V ,A , ' ,V li ' - ' N W . A .. , . 6 5?WVZi3. ' Il ' P . . -,, t . 3 . ',X . 1 1 . 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Thonms .Hlhl Reeeire .411-lfonferenre Honorary ellenlion J Y and Freshmen Football F031 hes Yarmh Football fo'u hes Nir Henrx Rnllmg ani Mr Hovxari Xxerh Nir Rmberr hbert Assxstanr Coagh ani Mr Robert Root Head Coach Ralders Enter 1955 Football Competltlon 'NORTH ll I-UND DU IH I Our grurlx xmproxnd Rulcrs xxh Lind ff rm than t1 bl x Rum X X C mfc LL or HIL suoul Xu o L Thg Rmgm ahoxxu mmf fr 1m th surf drxxmg lu N SQ :mo nmmx urrlmrx mmm u XX u.,n r suorul Norms N' i mor uch l mm ml Snhu NLlLQL55lL1llX lx1LlxLll5UIllLUI1XL!'S14I'lS ' 'luun flnls ohn mms 1 llmmas H11 41 rc 11 lfllflxllllfllf lIll'Slf1 lo luplmns 37 loo rl I .- - ' . V. . ' Y M' i' I . ' . . -' V I 4' L . ' L 74 L . A . . ' ' K ' .' u . . ' ' ' O O Q . ' - 1 ' ,' f ,.' I I i h Y r' x 'A ge' 'LU' o Q ' ' re nl-1 5152.45 ' Po' '- allen' .1 Arun e- uct y 1 l ' I ' n f th' . V Q I sczlson bv alcfulting the Fond Ju Luc C1.1rLhn.1ls in A1 I4-fm road . ' . . . . 'K E Q-19'T'4-,., ulr. A 1 lf ' S "1 p '- Q c 5. . ' L' 111 ' A ' 4' ' A Dm . LII I K' Q Q' A ,' If K - N , ' an KLK nf' -I 1' 'n 'x ' J. L lf - I A A , . I, Ig f il 1 ll i A T7 if NORTH 14 - NIANITOWTDC 14 Even though the score would not indicate it. lNIanitow'oe was a highly rated pre-game favorite. The hard-driving Ship- builders were able to score early in the first quarter. The Raiders plaving splendid ball recovered a Mantv fumble on the fixe xird line and three plays later seored their first touch down In the seeond quarter the Raiders scored again xia a pass play Then in the third quarter the Shipbuilders intercepted a pass whleh pared the was for their tieing touehdown Dortmnn Rerenes lurk Off Y arsllw Football Team ROW 1 james Hensel Robert Pilsl james btublet William Hollingsworth jay Finst Charles Knoeke Daxid Dales Thomas behmidt Robert Wagner Ronald Dales Philip Dommisse Allan Berman William Broelc Kenneth Luedtke ROW 7 Robert Loeffler Frederick Willee Arthur Beyer Thomas Ahl Miehael Mueller Robert Gutschow Peter Roess Durwool ROW w Thomas Heinz james Schorer Richard Nlacle jaw Strieel john Theune john Grollmus Thomas Whmmer Noel Hansen Rogers Croeker Don O lereaard Robert Swanson Frank Startz Robert Rid lell Terrance Sehmidt ABSENT Robert Dortman S1 limb lurks Off NORTH 0 GRI-IAN BAY I' AST 5 lNorths Golden Raiders held Easts Red Dexils to 1 seore less tie through the better part of the fourth quarter before bowing for their first loss of the season Easts perennially powerful squad w as stopped eold by INorths unyielding defense The Red Dexils second field goal attempt with v0 seeonds left split the uprights to climax 1 real thriller Football 33 Dommiisse, jack Olsen, john jesinski, james Scheib, Alfred Burlehardeljaek Nyenhuis, Thomas Cerull. Allan Wlasserman A-, 2 ' Q NORTH 7 - APPLHTUN 7 5 Norths second tie of the season came on October li. ln the first quarter. both teams fought hard. but to no avail. ln the second quarter. the Raiders made a victory bid only to be stopped cold. The Terrors trotted over the goal stripe in . - . ,v the third quarter to lead by a -O score. ln the last period the Raiders retaliated. ending the game with the score T-'. Fins! Intvrrepis .4 Pass Junior Y arsih Football Team ROW 1 james Stubler Gordon Ourada John Pantzer Allan Berman Michael Patrick Dasxd Bray Richard Liwmeston William Brock ROW 7 Robert Pilsl Philip Dommisse james Hensel Thomas Cerull joseph Ixlielunas jon Naumann Kenneth Luedtke Gerald Dortman William Trexrranus Phillip Doncheck ROW a jay Nyhurs Thomas Heinz james Schorer Charles jones li Robert Loeffler Allan Wasserman Frederick Willee Robert Hansen Paul Nyhuis james Wondergern Riddell Punts Ou! Of 4 ,lam NORTH 3 fRl'l'N B81 WEST im defense the w,lldL3IS from Green Bly Vest oxerpoxxered our Raiders 1 w me em of the first hal Ruders tr tiled by 78 0 but returned and pl ned x superb seeond hllf lNorths only score eame off the toe of limes Seheib vsho leieleed an eight yard field goal '51 Pootr I v - w y I i v 'I lu A i 'V .7 1 V I ' I, . . i . 1 Q I 2, i .- i i if f 7 -' 3 . . . . . ' E9i By combining a smooth running attack and a magnificent . . . A h K P , . , v 'V . - , - . . .' ' in . i5-5 victory. At l A - l ' 4 . . f the . l l v - , W , . f - .i - ,.-1 A 4. Y - v I 4 I . - ' l all F1 N PTBALL MANAGERS Issuing and Caring for the equipment. praetieing first aid. .md helping members of the team are L1 few of the numerous duties of the football managers. xveeke of h.1rd work, self- srierifiee. and eonsielerution tire required from these boys, They ilso help the plasers forneet their worries Serxine is this xeirs football manageers were Thomas Bitexn Thomas Entrineet Roger Froehlieh lerrx Iarxis Dqxid lung ind Bri.1n leonhardt l101llflgSll0l'fh Drum for 4 I'lfSl lloun Freshmen lwmllvall Team ROW l Thomtis Roess Xxlllldlll Seott lirrx Olmsteid Wayne Sehelxxit lemme Hummiuseh lohn Huehes lueene Russell ROXX' 7 Riehdrd Sehulte Riehatd lxrueeer Robert Ldnee Owen B.1lde Bernhard Riehmdnn Thomas Sehinxbeele Thomas Ykielt Vail ham XX.1ndrex XXilli.1m lohnson Pranee Dennis Hoean 'XBSFN 1' Ron xld Thimmie llorlman 'lrws 411 l'n1l Run 'NURTH Z USHIUDSH 12 On L1 run soileeel field before 1 helrtx erox-.el of Home eoming fins the Ruders tinzled with the lndilns of Oshkosh The QIITTL V15 seoreless until tie third quarter when Oshleoshs Celiehoxxslei hrolee through for txxo toiehdoxxn runs of D9 Ind 79 mrds r speetixelx Tl e onlx Ruder trlls elme on 1 fourth rrter sitetx The lndims were le to l ll the r leid un the sounding of the gun Footlmll in in 4 A Y Y. 4. U 'L . wk.. I I . e . , . ,, ., , . ,. , . , , ww, '. Tl", ,l. ir' ', 0 V Q V A Al 1 A l li L Q l i v RONW 5: james Zabel, LeRoy Matzdorl. David M.1ieen.,lan1es Schmitt. Williani Busse. Clureme Sdlzwetlel. Daniel Spindler. Randall . T . . 1 ' L A - L ' A ii A A' A L Ai ' ' ' A A- L A L A 1 Q A ' A 1 . T . f , -1 ' A A . ' l , i f 4 ' A ' ' V' K t . e . IA 4 ' ' 'V ' A ' L ' ' ' ' L e - ' ei A' ' ' A 1' " 14 A 1 1' '. A 1 qui A L AA A i. i 'A A Alb A io e Ai Ag til ,X K A Q . orth 'North North orth fCOLRTESY OF THF SHEBOYGAN PRESS? JUNIOR VARSITY FOOTBALL Under the able coachmg of Mr Henry Rxllmg the umor Varslty team had a frurtful season These boys gamed much grndnron strategy They also had valuable experrence IH actually playlng the game The purpose of the team IS to keep a steady stream of talent flowrng to the varsity team Varsxty teams of the future w1ll be dependent upon the ab1l1ty of th1s years unnor Varslty Squad For thrs reason Coach Rlllmg works hard to overcome the xndlvrdual weak nesses of each player A look at the statxstrcs shows that the 1956 Golden Rarders could very easily be a strong competntor nn Valley play just l1ke a strong bulld mg has to have a flrm foundation a good athlete needs much experrence Much credxt should be grven to the un1or Varsnty Squad and tts coach for a job well done S1-herb Patches A Touchdown Pass CAMP SCORES North North North North 0 Port Washington Two Rnvers Manitowoc Kohler 36 Football 4111 Lhallts lp FRI' SHWIFN GAWIE QCORFQ Central Sheboygan Falls South Sule ,lumor Hugh Plwmouth I arflage FRF SHNIEN FOOTBALL At the begmnmg of the season our Freshmen squad put rn countless hours of long and hard practlce The boys worked dlllgently and learned both fundamentals and sportsmanshnp When the day of therr first game arrrved they had been molded xnto a team Under the able d1rect1on of Coach Vxeth the 26 boys on the team garned valuable experxence rn Lake shore Conference competition The team ended the season wrth a 2 wm 2 loss record The purpose of freshmen football rs not only to teach fundamentals develop 1nd1v1dual talent and w1n games but also to glve all boys a chance to play football Every member of the squad played 1n at least two games It IS the Freshmen football team whxch starts to develop the talents of our athletes and produces the stars of tomorrow 21 . 0 L' 14 j 6 Q 12 ' ' 'g 21 N 25 ,' 34 1 J o . 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I ' 33 ' 19 A 13 ' ' 12 6 , ' ' 18 ' 21 Ralders Shut Out By Redmen In lntra City Classlc gfhfflll Valles lonterston Good Whale Crocker Holds NORTH CFINTRAL CLASSIF It was a bleak and wmtry November 2 and bleaker still for the throngs of loyal Northernxtes who jammed the Ralders stands It was thexr hope that the Rarders could crush the Redmen for the frrst tlme ln the last four annual mtra crty classrcs The Redmen wouldn t llsten however They pushed and pulled passed and punted and pounded therr way through the Rarders defense untrl they got a touchdown It was executed v1a a pass from Posewrtz to Bxerman mldway rn the second quarter Another successful pass netted the Redmen an extra polnt Th1s gave them a comfortable 7 0 lead whrch they held untll half trme Both teams hit the fleld wlth v1m and vlgor anew at the beglnnmg of the second half The Raiders tried desperately to erasc the 7 pomt defrcrt whrch the Red men held ovcr them All the poundrng they could do was to no avall Fmally the gun went off and all was said and done The battle weary Rarders trudged off the freld followed by thelr loyal fans The vow wart untll next year was a prexalent Rarder comment to the jeers of the cross c1ty vxctors H011 EFOWING A week of colorful festlvltles preceded the tra drtronal homecoming game on October 29 Among these were the constructxon of class floats a sessnon by the Dlxreland band and Color Day The clrmax was reached on Frrday afternoon when an hrlarrous pantomlmed pep skzt was held rn the audrtorrum Included also rn the program was the Varsity Cheerleadmg Squad whrch led the students nn songs and cheers During the half trme of the game Robert Wagner School Presrdent crowned Thomas Ahl and Sharon Volgt Homecommg King and ueen Thelr Court of Honor Mlchels and oseph Perkert juniors Onalee Teumer and Phllrp Dommlsse sophomores and ane Schmltt and ames'Schm1tt freshmen Also featured at half time was the North Hlgh Marchmg Band whlch drsplayed several unlque formatrons Despite the mlserable weather on Saturday after noon the team was lnspnred by an enthusrastnc crowd The senror float wrth the theme GIVE Oshkosh a Spm placed frrst rn the float competrtron and recerved the coseted gold football Wtmmer fenters The Ball Ralders Downed By Indians In Homecommg Tllt Football 37 I l I I . fi O O , 4 , ' 1 . 1 A J v A A 1 A Y , ' - Y . . . . . ' 9 , . , . I . . , . , . , . . - . . . A - I ' . , . , ' ' - 1 y . ' . . included Lisette Klemm and junzo Mizoe, seniorsg Mary . . . . . t 4 J . ' A ' x . , - . ' , . -ax R 1 1 1 N ' . W 'u ,k - C O O O E L: wortl' Ton mus D. S 'ik Nycnhuis YY1 x f :I . , . if cun Burkl'ardt J esmsn Dommxfrse Spmted Cheerleaders Insplre Both Team And Students A lull IH the game excltement runs hlgh S.1dcl nly ught brtght splashes of color dash our onto the floor and lead tht exerted crowd IU a thundermg cheer At games pep rallles wherever they may be the cheerleaders play one of the most rmportant parts IH a game for they are also some of the best morale buxlders we have In our North Central clashes no matter rf the team IS headed toward vlctory or defeat the cheerleaders make nearly everyone believe that our team IS always tops wrth us Cheerleadxng clubs are held on Mondays and Wed nesdays under the supervxsron of M155 Dona Lee Mxelke Durmg Mondays club pernod the unror Varsnty Cheer leaders brush up on songs and Cheermg techmques whlle durlng the Wednesday club perlod the Varslry Cheer leaders teach the fundamentals of cheermg to the begrn ners most of whom are freshmen WRFSIIW Fheerleatlmg Squad ROW 1 Bexerly Kohls Sharon Voigt Marlon Rextz Donna Cesar On the Varsxty Squad th1s year vsere Marlon Reltz Barbara Sehleg Bexcrly Kohls LIS tte Kltmm Sharon Voigt and Barbara Gehrlg senlors Donna Cesar junror and Carol Krysak sophomore Phyllrs Tresp and Elxa Leltl jumors were the alternates Chetrmg for the unror Varsrty were Susan Pank ratz Loulse johnson Barbara Mollenhauer Ahne ohn son udlth Zxttel Mary Murtha udnth Relnl Dlane Welling Jane Huenmk udxth Kasey and Brenda Ra bmovltz At the end of the year letters were awarded to those years or members of cheerleadmg club for two years and a Varsity Cheerleader for one year Wherever there ts a team wlth pep and sp1r1t there wxll certamly be cheerleaders glvlng tlme and energy toward helpmg therr team onto vrctory ROW 7 Elva Lertl Barbara Gehrxg Barbara Schleg Carol Krysak Lrsette Klemm Phyllrs Tresp Clleerleaders 39 C O C U l. I 4 . V Q ' ' 7 I V ' l - ' . , . ' 3 7 Y 7 ' ' ' , - , - a I s y . ,I ' - ' , , J , , J , - - - - cheerleaders who had been on the Varsity Squad for two y A . , . . f ' . ' : ' . I ' , ' ' , hr ' , ' , , , ' , ' ,V , f I . 1 'V Q lr , I I . , . . .' x x q. K. .f, n J, I J! ff as W lj ll fl lvl ll J I J My M ,JW J- The sophomores wlse as old man wmter hxmself thrxve ln the longest season The flrst snowfall of wmter haxls a new season f acnvnty snowballs and snowball fxghts wxth the lce there xs xce skatmg and the :ce carnival and wnth the cold there are frost bltten cheeks and cars that wont start As wmter rs the turmng pomt of the year the second year 15 the turning pomt of your hlgh school career you stxll young as underclass men but are growxng old enough to assume the responsnbxlnnes of upperclassmen K ,a-fl? 'VYQXH Agn 1.T--- Lil QW WTR D733 M1 CHOIR M cAnvuvAL - -1Ef ---I r- na '-'ll in -1ll- f hm... 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X Cappella I holr ROXX l C lxnaub A Hendrlkse A Markus P Feumer B Zastrovt 5 XOILI M Dlffklfflkll P Fessler G Miller S Rummele D Nllondereem P Wrlke K Mayer I Altergott E Baker M Hausler I Baumann P Conrad Mr G Larsen ROW 7 M Cooper N Hummrtzsch S Selke C Fleury F Rremersma R Eegebeen S Van Der Puy NI Brasser B Sehlee I Sneg horst L boronen M Sehrpper I Theune C Van Der Pup L Kolfl ROW' u I Sehaap D Leek F Werskopf IN Hansen D Luecke D Xerhulst W INohl P Roess B -Xrens XX' Warnetke I Sehreb W Van Zanten R Wagner W C Wagner M Tenpas I Heyny ROW 4 R Wrllnams A Rremersma H Danielson W Doyle I 'Nlyhuns CJ Murtha Resnrtk H t 5 Horn T Bute-yn D Sorenson A Beyer T Prange R Dexhe mer ABSFNIT M Fahres M Lum. Chow And Chorus Votces Blend Song frlls the arr as xorces blend to create dellghtful the eandlelrght processlonal to Adeste Fldeles The lrstenrng pleasure for students as well as concert audr A Capella Chorr then sang several selectlons rncludmg ences Wrthtmtlt our xocal groups many programs would be laekrng ln color and eompletc enjoyment Thzs year students 1n the choruses and glee club Larsen dlreeted the A Capella Chorr Grrls Glee Club and unlor and Freshman Choruses durmg the frrst sem ester and Mlss Sarah Kelshlan took over the seeond sem ester Before health forced hrm to leave Mr Larson d1rect ed the vocal groups at the Chrrstmas Concert The con cert began as the junror Chorus sang O Come Imman uel IH the rear of the audrtorrum Thls was followed by Lullaby on Christmas Eve by Chrlstlansen and Dlng Dong Merrlly on Hrgh arranged by Candlyn Next on the program was the Freshman Chorus whlch sang mas We Three Kmgs of Orlent Are by Hopkins and Silver Bells by Llvmgston and Evans Followmg these two groups was the Glrls Glee Club Some of therr seleetlons were In Bethlehems Lowly Manger by Wrl hams and Emlgs The Angels Lullaby The smgmg of such songs as Today There rs Rrngmg by Chrrstlansen and Resonet In Laudrbus by Handl was presented by the Iunror Chorus The program closed vuth the com Girls Clee flull ROW I 5 Felsmger M Messner I Mandel I: Bellxnder 5 Frltseh I behvnaller M Gorr M Matfert D Duessme D Haekbarrh M Martens NI Rudnrck 5 Vander Weele M Murtha Lutz R Lauson ROV 7 L behulz D Dortman A Harder D Soueheek C Bmxersre IN Pohl M Sorenson P Goldmann D Fox C Held I Ersold C btenner L Heller E Tammmga ROXX' 1 5 De Sombre P Ehlert D Dross lx Ixuehlmann I Puls 5 balzer I Mahloch M Alex IL Neuvnrth S Bueholtz B behuette I Roth I Landgraf L Petasmtk I lxolste S bteeemeyer I bteeemeyer ABbI NT lx Belus lx Harder M Iohnson M lxerl I Strak 1 fro 7 . P ' . '- . . ' . 1 - ' 7 ', ' '- ' I -2 . I , . ' . . , . ', . ' '. . A" , Q. ', I . " , . ' j, . A 1'- 1. l . A I I l 'I ' I It , I l . r V Y , . '. ' O O . W ' ' W V . , ' - , ' ' " . had a change of directors at the semester. Mr. George Bergh's arrangement of "Love Came Down at Christ- ' F A A a - y H H v . J . - J . . , . 2 Il rus ,Iumor f horus ROV l T Sehxrmer S Xerstrate B Niaas R Storm L Wmleelhorst I Aleft Wllsrm. NI lxatte XX Soronen NI1ss S lxenshran ROXX 7 B Pfenffer I Maas f Hendrrkse O Teumer Rnemersma M Stoelb S Schnelder I 'Nausehulu R Pauls ROW 7 D Hanson B Bourret M Ott H Kruns Ni Asehenbrenner M Zummaeh I Kasey I Iet er RC W 4 T Exans L Nlaereleleln R Naelc R Sehlundt A Wasserman A Feldman P Hememann CJ Ie lman I Koyaue ABSI NT NI Klsolelx To Create Deltghtful Harmony bmed unlor and Senior Choruses slnglng Cfrubers Sllent Nlght This year the A Capella C,l101I' and Glrls Glee Club agaln partlerpared rn the D1str1ct Musxe Festxxal yxhreh was held IH Sheboygan Both groups reeened honorable mentlon from thetr judges A s ulo by Donna XX ondergem and a duet by Madelyn Cooper and Albert R1emersma reeened starred flrst ratxngs VSlNl1Cl'l entttled them to enter Held rn May th1s years Sprmg Cone rt vt as 1 eom bmed instrumental and yoeal eoneert Only txxo groups the unlor Chorus and the A Capella Cholr partlelpated I' ra-shmvn Chorus The UHIOT Chorus opened the program by Slflglllig sueh songs as Sanetus from the St Cec1l1a Mass by Gounod and Gypsy Song by Mehrab The A Capella Cholr then presented sexeral seleettons XXl'l1Cll rneluded Dark Water by ames Chrrsuansens Lost In The lN1ght and Open Our Eyes by Maefarlane The pro gram elosed vuth the band aecompanymg the Iumor Chorus and the A Capella Cholr rn the presentation of Through thelr various PYOEYIIIWS md enneerts this years yoeal groups haye again proyed that they em malntaln the hlgh standards set by preylo IS groups ROXV I C I-Ol1S6 GOC-bffl I arus A Troxel I Hoffman 'NI Derganu NI Burr N Schunle C Harm. P Smxth D Greeer D Kaboortl M Horvntz D Polzxn ROW 7 S Ehler I Oberhuber M Street D Strebe I Ionalealt D Naek K Waylon D lvrlu lx Buethel lx Xiarkus H Holl rnesuorth A Entrmeer S Sehug I Rlchrer ROW v 'N Drederxch D Zabel M Walter S btteeh I Ixorft I Iansen P Pauls Schmmtt B Farrbanks I Sass I Platltus C Farrey I Dortman I Buschmann D Wolfert I Laack ROW 4 G Lutze R Goosen P Murphy I Smlth C Salzvsedel R lxrueger I Sehmltt T Lereht I Weber R Paaseh F lxor anda D Sehmxdeler B Broele L Olmstead D Oehldrneh ABS! NT F Schmxtz M Trmm I Choru 43 If 4 . - y ' I v .A . ' , . ... "'.-.,'Z' J' ': . ',. ,r'- '7, .aI , . , ', . . . ' ,. V 'f , '. 7'lt. ' " .1.': r. ' ' O L . V .L cl . . . , U . . .. ',. V U A A t r v '. 6 e 4 v' K 1' ' Q . . Y. . A A t . . A K. the State Music Festlval IH Madlson. "Show Boat Medley"'. ' ' ' , ' 'a' ' 'e '. 2 ' - ' t' 'z 1 ': " ., . f .Q ' I I ' ,' 1, , f' ,. ' , f 'y ' ' A ' 1 V - vv I A ' 'V - y,4 a - ..- 'ff . v ' v - lv . I . ' S' I v V ' A' y - Q I . . 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Muslc APPTGCLGIION Is Instlllecl In Orchestra, Band Members For thos students mterested rn strmg rnstruments the orchestra affords an excellent opportunrty to de xelop therr talent Twice a week the strmg sectron meets wrth the brass woodwind and percussron sectrons to prepare for concerts and the festrval In order for eacn secuon to galn sklll rn rts mdrv ldual parts scctronal rehearsals are held weekly durrng the noon hour for the partrcular members At thrs trme stumblmg blocks rn the musrc are corrected and weak measures are drrlled for accuracy and assurance Orchestra members not only partrcrpate m school sponsored productrons but they also organrze duets trros and quartets to provrde entertamment at crvrc organr zatrons Electrng offrcers to carry out the groups endeavors the assocratton was able to fulflll a year of successful actrvrty Officers are Raymond Fessler presldent Karen Semor Orchestra Svsenson vrce presrdent and udrth Hahn secretary treasurer On the program of the mrd wmter concert were Knrghtsbrrdge March by E Coates Overture to Dre Fledermaus byj Strauss Nocturne from Mrdsummer Nrghts Dream by F Mendelssohn and Temptatron a Freed Brown composltlon The strmg orchestra also pre sented Concerto Grosso rn D minor by A Vrvaldr One of the mam features of the sprmg concert was the Brandenburg Concerto No 6 for whlch all members of the vrolm sectlon had to apply therr skrll and tech nlque to vrolas Other numbers were Schuberts Sym phony No 7 rn C major Gardens of Granada by Torroba Polka by Schostakowrtsch and Beethovens Plano Concerto No 3 Thrs year the orchestra festrval was held jointly wrth the vocal groups It took place at North High School on Aprrl 14 Wmners of star ratmgs also competed m the State Festrval ROW 1 Wmfred Battrg James Wagman Dorothy Popple Dorothea Samt Rosemarre Kotanda Karen Swenson ROW 2 Karen Wasserman Ralph Sternhaus Karen Walthers Thomas Entrxnger Rrchard Wrllrams Allan Kraemer Lors Schade james Intravara james Chesebro Charles lntravara Marcxa Johnson Karen L Johnson ROW 3 Judrth Hahn Dee Peterson james Overbeck Jeanette Mandel Karen Srmonson Lmda Blevons Dale Belke Thomas Leonhardt Kathleen Seekms Gerald Lutz Wayne Post Lors Neuwrrth ROW 4 Mr Frederrck Grade Stanley Sehler Alfred Dees Rrchard Pankratz Wayne Ruppel Phrlrp Hamilton Danrel Spmdler Glenn Prllmg, john Rummele Eugene Conger Eugene Goldberg., Gary Schmrdeler john Grollmus Raymond Fessler ABSENT james Graefe Wrllram Merse Mrchael Mueller Suellen Schulte Martha Srmpson jerry Threl Wrllram W Wagner 44 Orchestra Q 1 O O n 1 ' ' . 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' ' ' ' 1. . . 11 1. . 1 1 , , ' -1 11 11 - . , Y - 1 11. - 11 , . . . . . . . - 1 1 , . , - 1 . . .1 - 11 - - . . , . . .1 11 . . . . , 7 ' ' 11 11 - 1 . . . . . , , . . , . 1 . . . , , . 1 - 1 1 1 1 1 - 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 - 2 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 - 1 1 1 1 1 1 ' Q ima. . 1 ' V X Se-mor Band ROWI James lntravara Martha Srmpson Peggy Engelhardt Doran Farnum Davrd Bray Lms Shade Allan Kraemer Rrchard Wnlhams ROW 2 Gerald Lutz Suellen Schulte Wayne Post Glenn Zomck Lynn Lousrer Kathryn Sxms Phrlxp Hansen james Chesebro Charles Intravara joan Smres Shnrley Bond Karen Srmonson Davrd Dales james Hensel ROW 3 Lors Neuwxrth Dons Bahr Barbara Trter janet Rudolph Eugene Hendrrkse Stanley Sehler Rrchard Pankratz Darla Srlbernagel Peter Koken Carol Krysal-t Lmda Blevons ROW 4 Peter Levme Charles Calknns Mary Welland judrth Zrttel Marporre Mohs Donna Schnelle Gerald Threl Dale Belke Thomas Leonhardt Kathleen Seekrns Thomas Mannrng, Robert Sessler Donald Merer Alfred Dees james Graefe john Rummele Glenn Pxllmg., Danrel Spmdler Phrllp Hamxlton ROW 5 Jeanette Mandel john Grollmus Ronald Dales Wrllram Busse Edvun Krenke Rrchard Lrvmgston Gary Schmrdeler Andrew Otte Rrchard Magrrtz Wrllram Hermann Werner Loessel Wrlham W Wagner Eugene Conger Wrllram Merse Mr Rodney Grbson ABSENT Wayne Ruppel the day members of the band play all types of music and learn to understand and apprecrate them Thrs organrzatron IS open to all students mterested IH playmg a brass wrnd or percussron mstrument Be gmners have the opportunrty to learn to play by takxng lunlor band When they haue attarned sufflclent skrll on the mstrument they are transferred to the concert band Under the drrectron of Mr Rodney Grbson thes students perform at concerts march rn parades and provrde spxrxted muslc at our pep rallres and games Program for the mrdwmter concert consnsted of Com mado March by Barber Overture to Euryanthe by Weber Sequora by LaGmsey Schumanns George Washmgton Brldge, and Hills Red Rhythm Valley Partrcrpatmg rn the annual spring musrc festrval at by Prokofreff Orxgmal Suite for Mrlltary Band by acob and Wrlllams Symphony rn C Mlnor lndlvlduals played solos and ensembles whrch were judged and rated Students who recexved star ratmgs partrclpated rn the State Festlval at Madlson ln May In fall for football games ln spring for the festlval and for the Memorral Day Parade the members of the band engage rn outdoor marchrng whrch mcorporates sexeral drrlls and routmes whrch the maestros must master In all types of weather and through muddy frelds the group can be seen dxlrgently accomplxshmg the for matrons After a busy year the band makes 1ts frnal appear ance on graduation day when the combrned North and Central bands render the prelude and recessronal for the graduatron exerclses Band 4-1 I D 3. . . 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X' I 1 ' I I 1 Seeoml Semester founul STANDING Thomas Ahl xx ff ROW l Nlarllynn I-loryyrtz Natalle Rudnick -Iutllth Stleehorst lxathryn Pralle Nllehael Mueller Robert Wagner XX1ll1am Relnl Wxnrred Battle ROXX 7 Margaret Walter Carol Hell Lorrame Lezbham Gall Nlzller Sharon Vortt Patrxela Conrad Drane Remy Francls Gonernnc ROW w Xllss Luella Ellxncson Palmer Stnles Rlchard Pauls Peter De Braal julxe Iseh Flsxe Neuyurth loAnn Lutz ludrth Laack ROW 4 Ph1l1p Hamnlton Charles Troxel Wxllxam Holltnesvnorth Mary Ann Ott Anne Douclas lxaren Nlarltus lane Schmrtt Nancy Nlmnemann ROW 5 Rocer Deeley lunzo Mntoe Robert Polzm l-utene Horn Georee Conrad Stephen Xlaerseh ABSFNT Ann Markus INCHES Mr Leslre Stoxall superuses the work of the Ser yree Commxttee which takes charge of all school auctrons lost and found patrol boys and trtmmlng the Chr1stmas trees Plannmg school dances decoratmg the gym and selectmg bands for the comrng year are just a fevs of the many responstbllmes vyhlch the Soclal Commlttee en counters The adylser IS Mlss Ann Parsons One of the ma1n endeayors of the Counctl thls year was the honor study hall yyhlch vsas goy erned by a specll eommrttee of students The LOITTITIIIICC dectded that there shall be tyyo or three honor study halls each day dependmg on the rooms ay atlable the members shall be chosen at random from the names of those who are noyy m ex1s1t1ng study halls the glyen per1ods and the mem bers vull then elect a crltrc who assumes the normal dunes of the teacher The cr1t1c vull remaln as long as honor study hall All school offrcers for the flrst semester were Robert Wagner president Daud Peters xxce prestdent lots Soroncn secretary and Sharon Votgt treasurer Second semester offtcers were Thomas Ahl presldent Mtchael Mueller ytce prestdent Ann Markus secretary and Jlldlfh Stleghorst treasurer These off1cers along synth the councrl commlttee chalrmen seryed on the Executlye Board The dutres of this group eonstst of preparrng committee reports and orgamzmg commxttee meetmgs Flyc students can Sum unao P11202 Robert Wagner Charles Knockc and Lols Soronen were chosen as delegates to the annual state conyentton held tn fall at Green Bay v.h1le George Conrad oAnn Lutz Wtl 11am Holllngsyyorth Thomas Ahl and Junzo LTIZOC, r resented North at the sprmg reglonal meetmgs m Shore mood f 0llIlCll 4-l , nxt, , 0 '- I 1 ' I 1 7 . v . - A ' V A 5' I' r "' lr ' F, 1 fx I L, 4, Q? 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DI. Iusephson, I. Kaiser, -I. Kla- lwuntle. E. Kummer. -I. Kummer, B. Leibham. L. Leibham. L. Lousier. D. Lunde. S. Xiaersch. D. Mercier. M, Satkett. L. Schaefer. Nl, Schuette. A. Schultz. IE. Schwaller, I. Strak. B. T ier. Cf. Troxel. VI. XX'erner. DI. Zitzer Council Committees Function PI- P CUMXIITTI' P Pep COI'l'lIlllftPP members 'ire R P.mlCr.atz Chairman R Xlkaencr C lmirnmn L Alt rt unmnn I n .1 'X ie th A D wut. .if P lneelhar lt N Fritsth I Gacrthii ner hr rie Gi 1 L Gmmull N Herman Hurwitz T neels en e er A Icihnm Iiihnsun I lxarl I lxaiex XI Keil I lxlabumle B Kramer mmnr I .in r.i .wi me 1 ti .ith S Macrsth A NI irlxus L Nlmtz lurf Maru tzner 'XI X11tl1clS G NI ler L Xiounuin L Murrlx Xluth L Xluuss L Xeuuirth N 'Ninnemdnn B Paeieeluvu 5 P.1nlCr.1t4 R Polun lx Pritc I Ruth L Selude B Sthlce G Nthmitleler N Selmer ler Vx boruncn XI Stanee lx Swenson R Thdlatker A Troxel C T uxel Xl X.in lc Bars. S Xu t X iltliers K XX issermin Xatwn I cr r ti err I fit HN KN! I HHIXIITTI I' I in mu C ommlttu nn mhers ire in .ur 1 Stie out iirrmn Alpert Blrtiax I B.ium.1rm lx Bettis I Bull lx Buethel R Dex imer I liwlt 5 Felsin er I Goebel P Goltlmann rcecr C rrie cwert Ru nig Krien r lxruis L Leibliim B Leibhim A Lubes P Lubtich I lX1.1n Xleyer B Xiullenhiuer G Clurala D Puppe Pralle B Roelie E bthvmller Xl bilxis lx Sims D Swrcriwn X1 Nirensun XX Nommn A Truxcl l XXilr,i D XXU ert XX XX irnctlxe DRIX If S CCIXIXIITTI' I- Drixes Conumttve Nlemhers 'ure XX1n1n Ch nun D L Lake iirmun Xl Acx A creutt l Baker lx Belus P Conrad P De Brad bumbrc R Ieeebeen C Ehlert I ln T lxanx Fiebie P l'r.1nzen P Goltlmann P Hamilton I Helm G Herber R Hermann G Herzoe XX Hullinesviorth B Ho man I Iunakait I Iosephsori 'N Kdrth R Korantla H uis. C.. lxrysak. P. Levin.-, D. Lun e, G. Lutz. DI. lwaas. Xlaercklein. I. Mahloch. K. Meves, -I. Mime, M. Ott. S. Osier D. Peterson. D. Remy, F. Rudnick, -I. Saint. XY. Schaefer. B Schuette. S. Schulte. S. Sehler. M. Silvis. D. Sorens . i Sorenson, Suronen. D. Soucheck. O. Stiles. R. Sturm. D Strak. XI. Tellen. XI. Tenpas. B. Trier. S, Van Der Puy. XX ilke. D. Xlfonlergem. I. Zitzer. NI. Zurnnmth lust And Found l'v1 Around Dollars I'or Foreign Slh01lll'S :Y 18 lluunvil Ciunlniitlt-4-5 To Carry Out Currlculum S0flAL fUWlYllTTFF Soc .al COII'lJl'lltt99 members are NI Tellen Charrman K Pralle Charrman H Anderson A Anhalt P Baechle D Bahr XI Ballschmrder C Bmsersme D Bras G Bretzmann I Buschmann I Chesebm K Chrls transen R Deelex B Den Boer S De Sombre G Drrscoll D Dross P Egcebeen P Encelhardt I Esch A Feldman N Fessler R Feudner E Fuerst B Gehrrr. P Gehrrc E Guldber 'NI Gorr N Grube Hahn NI Hausler lx Hrl pertshauser P Hxltcen NI Hurvntz Huenmk Hume I ansen L Iohnsun I Karl I Kasew I Koenig B Kohls Kolste R Kraus C Krxsal-t I Kummer I Laack R Laue D Leek T Lercht D Lunde G Lutz I Lutz B Niaas NI Niattert K Niarkus A Niaser NI Niexer G Nixller S Nhller L Muuss L Neumrth B Neuman L Newman B Packer B Paegelcm K Ploetz B Rabrnoutz I Ranmker I Rrchter I Rudolph NX Salrnskx T Schrnabeck M Schrpper S Schuc Sturt Sedlack K Srmunson lx Srms S Starck Sterner I Stubler S Ttn Pas C Theurer NI Nandt Btrc D Vkellmc S Wcstmore XI Vulberr P Wrlkt D Yxoltert I Zabel I Zrttel KIJDITURILWI HNINIITTI- I- Audrtorlum lommxttu Nlcmhers are I Stlcchorst I harrman XX Battle fharrman I Barcnschcr 0 must K reps t I 1 t rcs D Ftlltr llnst In Frlcst Nl Gthnae I' Guncrl mrtzsch T lnccls lx Kaeppltr I Karts. S Laschmskr R Lau on D LeXf.que P Leunc lx Lucbbaka L Lousxer Nlandel K McHugh C Otte Nt Patrltk R Pauls L Petas nrck Relnl W Reml I Rcpphun F Rudmck V Rudnick S Rummele B Schmndt S Schnerder I Schorer S Schulte 1 Schultz M Slmpson D Sprndler M StanLe S Starck O BI1lCS P Strles P Trcsp S Nan Der Pux S Yan De VC'eLe I Xwtrncr DISPLAY I 0NINll'I'I'I- I- DISDIAW Committee members are L Klemm Charrman I Schultz Charrman D Bahr I Boll R Bosshardt R Caflrsch T Choclenku X Clanch E Dom mrsse A Douglas P Eccebeen I Esch S Felsmger lN Fess lcr Goebel I Gmmull I Hahn I: Hansen I Hansen D Hanson P Hogan K L Iohnson I Kanser I Kasey X lxraemcr I Kreuter M Krunzcr C Kummer P Mann1nL Markus P Muth lN Ptah I Ranm er Samt Sthmrtt D Schnelle L Schroeder K Seekrns K Walthers PUBLICITY UHIWIITTFI' PllhllfltW Committee members are F De Sombrc Charrman XX Reml Chanrman NI Alex I Altereott M Aschenbrenner A Burkhardt G Conrad R Dottal T Lwans N Fesslcr R Froehlxch M Gehru. Featurlng The Plaver Of The Week Plannmg -I Social Debut .ffffkhl 'L Q QA. A Dale To Remember I Gerber T Head C Held M Hcltman P Hocan E Horn R Kloppcnburc C Knocke I lxoenn, S L8SLhlI'lSkl L Leys K Loebbaka T Manmne R Matasar I Nauschultz L Weumrth I Nlyenhurs M Orth M Ott I Owerbeck D Prekert I Reml I Samt I Stherb T Schmrdt A Schultz I Schultz L Soronen D Soucheck I Stecemeyer S Stege meyer M Stoelb E Tammmta M Tenpas O Teumer I Theune I Theune P Tresp S Nan Der Puy A Xrllnow I' Wnmmer I Wontlercem Selling Slullenls QL COUIICII COIIIIIIIHCFN 49 O VV: V V ' ' 'V ""vZ2N5irfi V . V , . V - - :eq L - - . - y y ' V Q V I . "I ,:' ',. I A .. .lf I ' C " .ta Au. r , V . . r . V . 'V. - V V ' . . I' .Vr. ' j... A V'VV' V T H . , A . . A 1' . 1 . A V' , . r I , . r I . . K' I. VV. A .4 - V ' , . V . . V V. S I . , . . ' .. . , A . V' ' ' .'. . u V 'xt wrath, P. D m -, ' . D3 , I. Iilerz I. -isnll. M. Fah . '-t ', VI. 7 , 1. f. r . V Q, '. ' ' ng. , ,. K, Hanson. I, Head. A. Hendrikse. B, Hulman, N. Hum- ISM ' S , , r, l , V ,V V V. . . . liz. 9 ' .li AV . 1 .I 14 . . A . ", .V ' . . V - .ixyg 'L V.Vz ,I ,, . ,errata :V I V . V - . I. - I YV . - V iv ,VI . , 7 . K .4 i v V K V . :V ', V V: . V , . I ' V A I tv V V AvV1 V V VI V 4 Ay V 'V . . , - .I . r. . V . - I . . ' ', 7, K, . L, 'k,D.".I. , . ,. ,. Y' 1 1 :. L IA , . A I . , , A y . , . I , AV- V -V , - V . . V1 . . , .V , .V IVV, V. , V. V VV , V W'antefI: Tearhers lo W'ush Dishes For Top-Tirlrel Installation Of Officers Sharon Voigt Lois Soronen Dayid Peters Robert Wacner Judith Stleehorst Ann Markus Michael Mueller Thomas Ahl Future Cltlzens Practice Rlght To Vote During the week before all school elections, there is a sudden stirring among members of the student body All campaigners for school offices busily rush around school taking out nomination papers and round mg up signers and campaign managers A campaigner must haye a fmal ayerage of at least C in each subject of the preyious semester, and his nomination papers must be signed by at least sex en percent of the student body in order to be qualified as a candidate In 1 stage presentation of candidates for office the president of the school presents the qualifications of the candidates for secretary and treasurer The candidates for xice president present their own prepared speeches and tions of the candidate for the presidency Because there can be no campaigning during primary and final electrons that week is set asrde for all the campaigning which is to be done Each candidate tries to outdo the other rn orgmmng eleyer ideas for umpaign signs pins md car decorations The election committee picked by the student council has entire charge of the campaign and of elce DU l' le t tion- tions It does a yariety of Jobs, such as working at the polls, countrng ballots, and in general keeping things in order In the Finals fx xoting machine is used and an official comes to count the yotes The winners are an nounced the next day On the following Friday the newly elected officers are installed in an impressne ceremony Participating in this ceremony are the incoming and outgoing officers senior chorus and the entire student body The officers and students pledge loyalty and obedience to each other md to the schools goxernment The ceremony ends with the singing of the Alma Mater Outgoing officers were Snlron Voigt lois Soronen Duid Peters and Robert Wagner Incoming officers were uelith Stleghorst Ann lNlU'lxLlS Michael Mueller md Thomas Ahl Through these school elections students exercise one of the main rights grlnted to them through their constitution the right to xote by elsting their brllots for all school officers O O O O v . . I l 7 A V I K . A ' I A - Y Y v' y ' v. v v-. ' .. the presidential campaign managers give the qualifica- i Polrlunl Party Planners Anfl as or mv ranllulnle hes the most lo mv the lens! ' By Golng To Polls In B1 Annual Electrons ln trme to eome many of us wrll look baek on the rnsprrmg mstallatron eeremonres The candles represent mg the outgorng and meommg offreers the srngrng of th Alma Mater all represent the democmtre student goxernment present rt North Experrence w rs xlso garneel rn lenrnrng how to eleet goxernment offrerals A moek polrtreal eonventron pat terned IS nearly as possrble after the demoeratre party presrdentral eomentron was held on the afternoon of May I7 wrth the entrre sehool partrcrpatmg erther as homeroom state representatryes eandrdates, speakers, or eommrttee eharrmen Under the dlreetron of the soeml studres elasses, ballots were tal-ten untrl the students selected a eandrdate for the presrdency Eaeh homeroom representrng a drfferent state had a defrnrte number of xotes dependrng upon whreh state rt represented The order of proeedure Conslsted of 1 key note speeeh by the clmrrmrrn roll eall of states at whreh trme eaeh state Charrman responded by gnrng the number of dele gates and reports of standrng eommrttees After the erm drdates were nomrnated 1 roll eall of the states was taken The entrre student body looks forward to thrs eon yentron experrence eyery four years lomplmwnls 0 llm Button Hrlglule X 'Uarln The Sym! 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D Lrhrarw Assistants 'Wake Up Committee I Hummltzsch F Ruclnrck Bosshardt L Grosskopf C Ottc Mr W Altman S Felsmccr Mrs D Chrrstnanscn M Belhndcr X Clarrch Gonerrna, ABSI NT B Burkhard H Damelson C Fhlert I Lntle F Hrltcen K L Iohnson S Larson I Mrller N Nlnne mann D Orth I Schreble S Schobert I Strak RONX 1 C Wfrecand B Paeceloxx I Sedlack M Vande Berc A Mayer l Schultz K Chrrstransen I Endc M Mxchels K Loebbaka B Mollenhauer RONX 7 R Lauson I Zabel A Vlllnoxs M Stoelb M Helfman I Aleff E Fuerst I Stecemeyer I Altergcott S Stecemeyer D Soucheck M Gehrrg ROW' 1 B Wagner B Hrlttzen K Hllpertshauser I Schreble LIBRARY ASSISTANTS B Den Boer P Gehm, D Wolfert I Kummer F Hrltcen I Hegny G Herzog. M Srlxxs LUU1108 fhf fUHd1mCf1f'11S Of llbff'-fy Mrk fbi '15 ABSENIT k Bosshafaf B Bower M Dredernch K Dreps C slstants scrxc North as rrght hand ardcs to thc lrbrarmns and at th samc trmc cam onc fourth of 1 crcdlt Thcrr numcrous dunes conslst of checkmg out and arrangmg books cxammmg materml for markmgs and mfuntam WIARE UP CONIWIITTEE Acqumng the prop r make up techmques requrres much sk1ll and patlenc on the part of both subject and cosmctologlst Membcrs of the commrrtee practrcc charactcrrzmg thcrr subjccts rn orclcr to effectrvcly parnt Norths actors and actrcsses for the ycars productrons SAFLTY PATROL ust lrke sour papcr boy or mrlk man come ram or comc sh1ne patrol members are always on the lob rakrng a brg step rn the fight clrrcctron m 3XO1d1flg many unnecessary acc1dents and traffrc congestron STAGE CRFXX Stagmg effects for all North I-hgh productrons are btave I rem Wafetw Patrol D Peters G Zonrck W Reml E Gold ben. C Troxel I XVacman C lntra nm sara W Hecke ABSENT A Berman T Head T Ixroos G Lutz NI Mueller D Perk err E Semple Treuranus KNEELING Mr E Goebel I Remke XVI D Wxle R Grbson Schulz H Anderson I Head P Ben ROW 7 L lxruschlte K Schreble W Fleury L Frrese I Gaerthofner I Hansen K Harder S Herman P Hoopman I Huemnk A Iohnson L Iohnson I Ixasey D Keppert C Knaub I Kolste I Kreurer M Konzer C Ixummer L Lubach M Maffert P Magrxtz D Mercrer M Messner L Muuss E Neuvurth B Newman L Perasmck I Rernl M Rentz Roth N Rudnxck L Schaefer N Schuette B Semple S Starck I Strak P Tresp D Wellrne M Wxlbert I Zerrenner ably handled by the stage crew Some of therr most 1m portant tasks arc desrgnmg burldmg pamtmg and lrght mg the sets uscd rn plays opercttas and talcnt shows Workrnf, behrnd the scenes for audrtorrum programs concerts and lyceum programs round out thclr s rxrces to North Hrgh PROJ F CTIOIN STAFF Mamtamrng and runnmg all moxmg prcture pro ycctors and frlm strrp prolectors are thc chref dunes of the proyccrlon staff Ncarly cxery day in the school year some p1ece of usual ard materral rs used as part of Norths eclucatronal program Prolectlon Staff ROW 1 C Faber R I-Icndrrkse I Lone well I Rummele ROW I G Rock lx lxaeppler D Spnntl ler G Lutze Mr L Stovall ROW 1 G Meier W W Watcher F Koranda W Pautz D Wunsch E De Sombre L Mennnncen R Ries I KOXHLIC F Fedler ABSENT D Iedler R Maurer C Troxel W Zajkowsslu ABSENIT I: Gross D7 SPF! lil' C0lllIlllII1't" . - - A '. , , 'r , ' ', , . . , , K, , . . , . . . . ,. . . , . 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W U is V Y dr-its De hate Nquatl u ene De Nomhre Oralee Ntrle Iames Vsa man Raxmont F s er Orgamzatzon Of Thought Speech Stressed Through Debate Debating a formal battle of the vtrts supported by faets contentions quotttions and rebuttals prosed quite sueeessful to the large numbfr of students v, ho entered the aetixity Debaters spent the first semester discussing the issues inxolxed determining the main issues preparing eases around them and finally testing their xalidrty at practice tournaments in the surrounding towns In the second semester the xarsity team went onto the tourna ment meets Composed of Raymond Fessler and ames Wagman, affirmative and Oralee Stiles and Eugene De Sombre negatixe and coached by Mr Willard Witzel ing the team won enough debates at the district tourna ment in West Bend to make them eligible for the sec sectional they went onto the State eonelaxe also in Madison xx here they tied for fourth place Tue question which was batted back and forth this Debate Squad season xx as of special interest to the high school students Resolxed That governmental subsidies should be grant ed aeeordmg to need to high sehool graduates xx ho qual ifw for additional training In March seseral members of the National Forensic League attended the Student Congress at Burlington Representatnes in the Hous were ean Saint ames Wagmtn William Wagner and Robert Polzin Oralee Stiles and Eugene D Sombre were Senators The students write bills and resolutions attend committee meetings, and debate the bills in their respectne houses before passing or killing them The sessions are modeled after the United States Congress ames Wagman recened recognition for being the outstanding representatixe of Senator of the twoday session and 1 delegite to the National Student Congress which is to be held in Musko gee Oltlahoma in une ROW 1 Jacqueline Werner Dorothy Polzm Patricia Dopke Shirley Eelsineer DTHFILQHH Horvsitz Jean Mortenson Sharon Laschinslti Judith Hahn Iune Goebel Suellen Schulte Mr Willard Wrtzeling ROW 7 Alfred Dees Thomas Manning Peeu Eneelhardt Rachl Eeeebeen Carolann Steiner jean Saint karen Vcfalthers Lois Schade Iudith Zitzer Freya Rudnick Natalie Rudnick Lois Petashniclt ROW v Tom lxreuter Ierald Ixoxaeie Aaron Feldman Sue Sonntae Ella Witlra lane Sehmrtt Sandra Schneider Annabeth Xillnosx Mary Asehenbrenner Santlralee De Sombre Lxnn Lousier Stanlx Sehler William K Waener ROW 4 Dautl lune Robert MeCorel Dennis Vvrtthuhn Thomas Ixans lames Oxerbeelt Bruee Holman Ralph Steinhaus Robert Polzin Oralee Stiles Eugene De Sombre Iohn lxoenre Raymonl lessler Irie Hansen Palmer Stiles james XX'aeman ul De Ivatc e sl- 1 O i K - , W . ' V L ' 3 K i q V . ' 1 V , 3 , i ' ' 1 , --1 1 1 C 1 1 1 . -- ' , ' - K 1 V - S I 'A ,. I 7 t U . K D A . K 1 a 1 ' 1 1 . . 1 ' 1 y 1 K A 1 U' 1 I v r1 ' 1 1 . D 1 . . 1 w 1 C I 1 A 1 1 1 1 I . -L A . 5 ' , 1' J Z", ,. ' . 3 , t' ,JL , ' ' '1 1 I 1 . Y 1 X 1 ' ' 1 I 11 , 1 1 1 . . A Y tional in Madison. After winning enough debates at the the first days session. Oralee Stiles was elected Superior . - ' L Q 1 Y V , . . - - t 1 is K ' . C . 1 . K v 1 A 1 1 L s . t A Q 1 , ' , - in L T ' . , 1 ' - ' . ' , ' f. . ,' , . - ' , ' 'Y' . I ., , , ,, a. - , , ' . , STATE FURENSIC WINNERS Richard Pauls JoAnn Fiebig Eugene De Sombre Patricia Dopke Opportumty In Publlc Speakmg Is Provided In Forenslcs Poise and assurance in public speakrng are the goals which forensic members strive for through many hours of diligent preparation and presentation as coaches Miss Helen Herman Mr Willard Witzelrng and Mr Arnold Rhiel offer the members expert advice and encourage ment Memorrzation of material to be presented plays an important part in forensics This includes declamarrons which consist of cuttings from serious or humorous liter ature original and non original oratrons and four minute speeches Extemporaneous reading and speaking test the 'marrrcrpants ability to adapt himself quickly smce he does not see the material before the contest Following local and league elimination contests ean Saint Rachel Eggebeen Karen Walthers Oralee Forensic Team ROW l Eugene De Sombre Jacqueline Werner Sandra Schneider Stiles Patricia Dopkc Joann Fiebrg acquelme Werner Tony Kreuter Richard Pauls Eugene De Sombre and William C Wagner were eligible to attend the district spring forensic tournament held at West Allis on March 24 Four students received A ratings enabling them to participate in state competition on April 14 in Madison or Tomorrow oann Fiebrg gave an interpretive read ing Queen Victoria Eugene De Sombre participated in extemporaneous speaking and Richard Pauls presented an original oratron Indivlsrble Under God North High as a member of the National Forensic League sent students to participate in the NFL Wrscon sm Southern District Contest held on April 27 and 28 in Milwaukee ean Saint took first in dramatic declamatron Oralee Stlles placed third in extemporaneous speaking ROW 2 Karen Walthers Richard Pauls Patricia Dopke Tony Kreuter Oralee Stiles Judith Hahn ABSENT Rachel Eggebeen Joann Fleblg Jean Saint William C Wagner Forenslc- 55 ' g 3 I Q - Q ., , . -. va, I N -QQ 6 l . 1' C O C C 0 . . . . I . 7 . . A, . . Y J . 7 y . I ' V 5 3 3 7 3 . , I , I 1 . . I , . T . . . . - . . . Q i Patricia Dopke gave a four-minute speech entitled "Today ' ,,, J , . . - . y , .. ,,, - 3 , - Y - . . . Y ,, . . . - - 1 v . . . . . 7 . g r . . . . . . . . , . Q J . . . . . y J , , , - I 7 w ' 1 D 26 Tebahpla Incorpora es Humor In Song, Dance, Act Whlle soft melodles rose from the swrng band ID the orchestra prt the curtam rose and Norths talent show for 1956 26 Tebahpla using the alphabet back wards as nts theme was on nts way Wrth respectrve fluorescent letters of the Alphabet on therr backs twen rysrx sophomore glrls danced onto the stage As A You re Adorable was sung they placed the show on the roller coaster whrch carrred rt smack mto success' A marrmba solo Musncal Typrst wrth beat tym rt to the alphabet was followed by mtermrttent Comedy provlded by the Wild Man from Borneo and his famnly who cavorted across the stage between acts D stood for the Drxxe Dolls as refreshmg as Southern belles can be and E represented Effervescense a pantomxme of Sammy Davis For varrety F was a Farry Tale and G Grace Notes was a prano duet Autumn Nocturne Then Hambone an lntrxcate rhythmlc number was performed partially ln black lrghts by six boys who were followed by a delrghtful Idenucal twrn recntatron After exght Juvenlle Lovers sang and danced to Ill Fall Back on You the Kool Katz a jazzband represented K One swlsh of the curtam and there was Love Letter for L a gxrls sexterte smgmg Smcerely Mood an effectlve mterpretlve dance came next Swing Band followed by Natronalrsm a la Sheboygan a German productxon number featurmg srngers dancers and band vthnch concluded the frrst act O was Omrssxon for Inrermrssron and the fast paced second act began wrth a marrmba tno playmg Polka Dots Shrne and Dry Bones were sung by a barbershop uartet at pomt Q rn the program followed by an mterv1ew of a Russran mmnster wxthout portfolro searchmg for hrs lunch Thls IH turn was followed by Shoes a comedy dance by three lunnor grrls ln mons trous combat boots At Teen Talent for T the audrence vrewed a breath takmg acrobatnc number whxle U the Underworld Imps fought an nmagmary battle to the Sorcerers Ap prentlce Voices smgmg Sentlmental journey were the 1m portant thing for V and Whoopee with three hlllblllxes a Dalsy Mae character and a city slncker were contrasted by X Marks the Spot a tragedy rn three acts wrth motlons normal exceedmgly slow and speedy Yearnmg to Travel were slx junlor glrls also partr ally rn black llght who danced to Night Tram The Zero Hour fmale of the entrre cast smgmg A Youre Adorable concluded the star studded and entertammg show ROW 1 Ronald Becker james Menzer Eugene Conger Wayne Post Peter Koken Davxd Dales Rnchard Pankratz ROW 2 Raymond Fessler John Rummele Damel Sprndler Phrlxp Hamrlton Wayne Ruppel Douglas Teumer Stanley Sehler Richard Wllllams 56 Talent Show ' ' ' ' .. - - H a - - , . . . 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Thomas Leonhardt, Richard Livingston Susan Westmorc llarlffl Charles lntravara james Hirt Glenn Zonick Wayne War necke ,Iuw enlle Love Arthur Beyer Karen Christiansen Anne Jensen Stanley Horn Carol Fleury Dennis Lueclte Elva Lertl William C Wagner Yearmng Io Travel Judy Eisold Lois Petasnick Brenda Rabinovitz JoAnn Lutz Natalie Rudnick Patricla Wilke Talent Show 57 '1...Lfi1'lQ ,..T..,,.L ,,,,.. Royal Fouple And Court joan Grohskopf Nancy Lawrence Thomas Ahl Thomas Cerull Durwood Dommnsse Sarah Rummele Owen Balde Peter Koken Mary Ballsc hmrder judlth Boll I Carmfval Royalty Rezgns At "Argyle Snarl Argyle Snarl a sock hop replacmg the ra1ned out lce Carmval was held IH the gym on january 28 Kmg Durwood Dommlsse and Queen Sarah Rum mele wer crow ned by School Pres1dent Robert Wagner dur1ng the rntermlssxon Attendants elected by the four classes were Mary Ballschmlder and Owen Balde fresh men Nancy Lawrence and Thomas Ccrull sophomores udrth Boll and Peter Kokcn Junlors and oan Grohs kopf and Thomas Ahl semors Attendants carr1ed banners whrch d noted the class they represented Musrc was prouded by a Drxrcland Band the Sotk Hop s65I'll00llllP5 Bexery lxohls, Peter Roess, Barbara Schleu lohn Gehr lxathryn Pralle, Luuene Gold berg 08 Sock Hop Kool Katz composed of seven North students Hot dogs and chocolate mllk were sold as refreshments The many students 1D attendance had a gay nmc watchmg out for thelr argyles dodgmg whrrlmg couples and engaging themselves ln socral chatter The exenlng was hrghhghted by dancrng to the I-lokey Pokey at whrch trme all students 1n attendance gathered ln a brg crrcle and displayed the movements of the words rn the song Faculty and students qurckly agreed after thls ex perrmental sock hop that IC was a success and could easrly be repeated IH future years Socks Rate Tops At Midwinter Dance 'QL lg! 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' . - ' as t . , V ' . , , , - ' , Curl Squad Leaders ROW l JSUICC Baumann juhe Esch Dolores Fox Barbara behleg Patrxcla Conrad Lols Schmndt ROW 7 Lrsette lxlemm Nlary Schlpper Niarrlynn Sorenson Laureen Lubaeh Elsa Lertl Marjorie Wrlbert Sylua Van Der Puy Patrrua Ihlert ROW u Lorranne Lexbham Barbara Lenbham Drane Remy judnth Boll Kathleen Dreps Kathryn Pralle Marlene Gehrrg, Lors Soronen ABSENIT Ann Markus Nancy Mrhm Athletlcs Assured Through Proyrdmg the needed help durmg gym classes squad leaders are responszble for equxpment used recordmg test grades and show ers refereemg durrng games and demon stratmg yarrous techmques ID basketball danc1ng and tumblrng By assummg these dunes they h lp the physl cal educatron program to functlon smoothly Under the drrectron of Mrss Elrzabeth McG1nness and Mr Robert Grrffrth th lunrors work wnth the fresh men on Monday Wednesday and Frrday whrle the senror squad leaders work on the same days with the sophomores under MISS ane Derlln and Mr Henry Rrllrng Norths gym IS a busy place all year for If IS here that the rntramural program IS carrred out The purpose cf these actlutrcs IS to proyrde students wrth an oppor tunzty to partrcrpate m yarrous sports and to encourage good sportsmanshrp Boy 'Squad Leaders ROW l George Murtha George Conrad Robert Wagner Eueene Horn Richard Pankratz Wlllllam Rernl ROW 7 jay Strreel Thomas Leonhardt Gerald Lutz Thomas Head lxenne-th Kramer Rlehard Wrllnams james Wondereem Roger Schulze ROW w Robert Rrddell john Grollmus Don Ostergaard Ray mond Quasrus Rogers Crocker james Wrll-te Rrchard Kloppen bure ABSENT Harley Anderson Gary Bretzmann Charles Kno ke Squad Leaders, Intramurals Freld hockey for luruor and s mor grrls speedball for freshmen and sophomore g1rls and table tennrs for boys get the program underway 1n the fall Swrmmmg for all students and bowlrng for grrls begln soon after and eontlnue rnto the wmter months Basketball and yoll yball are the chlef wmter lntramural aetryltres Con cludmg the SPFIHS program ar grrls tenms and bad mrnton Awards were gryen at the end of the season to those persons who receryed the hrghest number of rn tramural pornts ln the grrls d1X1S1OI1 Sandralec De Som bre was the recrprent of the frrst place award Second and thlrd place honors were gn en to Lorrame New man and Dolores Fox Recrprents of the boys awards were Kenneth Kraemer frrst Rrenrd Kloppenburg second and Mlehael Patr1ck thrrd Squad Leader and Intramural 09 - . , 4 , 5 , "Q ,IA . . , 4 ' A A 1 1 r 1 - . J, ' ' ' . , . v , -1 . .r ' ,r ' . -3 " 3, , , , ,y , 1 , W, ' , ' , ' ' . '- ' . ,,, .- I f v V 71 G ' ' I ' I a , . . , - , , 1 .7 4 1 . . . 1 , , ' . 3 1' , 1 ' , c O 5 5 S . . . 1 . I . y , 2 v ' ' . , v 7 7 ' ' Y . - V J 1 , , y , 7 I v ' J , ' fs v ', 'f A y . , . , e . K A ' 4 y. ' Cv A 1 .1 7- . 'VY' . . . . r , Y C K . . , e . V 7 9 , 6 , , , . H , . , , J . - , ,u L y , ,, , ' Y U . A 1 v I I . Y , . ' A - , ,, , X A A -1. .1 ' V. A V' - K . . V Y V 1 ' " ,' , ' , . , ' '-1 A w 1 I' s N . t , . - S S ,Q 1 5 gf. is ffm 3 x NORTH 62 - SOUTH MILWAUKEE 66 On November 18, the Raiders opened their 1955- 1956 basketball season with a non-conference game at South Milwaukee. Despite the fact that the Raiders lost by a score of 66-62, they played a good sportsman- like game. In the closing minutes the Raiders made a very good showing, despite their loss and encouraged hopes for a very successful season. NORTH 55 - WEST ALLIS NATHAN HALE 61 In the second non-conference game of the season, traditionally tough West Allis Nathan Hale nicked our Raiders 61-55. Led by flashy Donald Folz, the Raiders came from way behind to hold a thin lead throughout the second and third quarters. It was anybody's ball game until, with minutes to go, Nathan Hale broke the ice and finished six points ahead. Varsity Finishes Third In Conference Play This year's Varsity basketball team is one of which we can be very proudg in fact, it is one of the best teams ever to wear the blue and gold. There are many outstanding characteristics attributed to the team. The boys scored a total of 901 points to their opponents' 833 points to be the highest scoring team in North's history. It had the potential to defeat the toughest of competition, and it did The team posted a 9 win, 5 loss conference record. It's only losses were two games to Oshkosh, and one game each to Manitowoc, Green Bay West, and Appleton. These five games were lost by a total margin of only 19 points. This fact shows that these losses could easily have been wins under more favorable circumstances. Yet, the strong team spirit was always there, win or ose W arsity Team ROW 1 Charles Knocke Rob err Dortman Thomas Schmidt Gerald Lutz Donald Folz ROW Z Terrance Schmidt Robert Riddell John Theune Coach Charles jones Sr Ray mond Quasius Robert Gut schow Robert Swanson NORTH 70 APPLETON 63 A team that wouldnt give up was the Raiders in its Fox River Valley Conference opener at Appleton Trailing 45 29 at half time a determined Raider squad came back to post a decisive victory over the Terrors by playing a professional style of basketball Leading the attack was Donald Folz with 19 points who was follovs ed closely by john Theune with 17 points The win put the Raiders in a four way tie for first place in the conference l NORTH 65 FOND DU LAC 56 What seemed to be a losing ball game turned out to be a smashing victory for the Golden Raiders in their tangle with the Fond du Lac Cardinals At the end of the first half of play the Raiders were 14 points behind Then showing their true colors they rallied to take the lead early in the second half This game put North in the top position in Fox River Valley Con ference play Charles Knocke was high scorer with 28 points Basketball 61 y . . g ' 1 v , I , v 1 y ' ! - , . n 1 . nv , . . . . . . , . 1 - ' s 1 v , . Folz lakes the jump at renter NORTH 64 GREEN BAY EAST 52 The Rarders won thexr thlrd straight Fox Rlver Valley Conference game by smoothly and eff1c1ently downlng the Green Bay East Red Devlls 64 52 Norths fue tralled at half txme by a 72 28 score At the begm nmg of the second half the Rarders rallied and soon gam d the lead ohn Theune hlt the nets for 21 pomts Some equally fme shooting was done by Donald Folz xx ho pushed m 18 pomts ALUMNI GAWIES The frrst annual duo alumnx game nxght was held this year The Old Old Trmers played the Old Trmers m a prelrmmary scrap and our Varslty played the reeent alumm 1n the mam exent In the prehmmary tussle the Old Old Tlmers shpped past the 1951 57 graduates 46 45 ames Toenmes threvs III 17 polnts for the losmg team Wltla elex en of nts txyelxe players scormg the Var sity walked all oxer the Alumm ln the annual clash 6 57 Iohn Theune seored l-4 points for the uetorzous Rtuders 'NORTH 30 RAFINI' V5 ASHINGTON PARK 64 On Deeember v0 our Raxders were guests of Racine Waslalngton Park I-hgh ln an exhrbrtlon txff The Rarders were outplayed durxng most of the t1lt by the supertor hosts and were unable to attam therr usual precnsron I-hgh scorers for the Randers were Robert Swanson and Robert Rtddell who chalked up I2 and 10 pomts re spectnely NORTH 79 'NIANITOWOC 68 Thrs vtas the Ralders evenmg for vtctory After a break away rn the frrst quarter the Rarders held the lead mth therr fast attackmg style through the fmal mmutes of play The clock showed a decrsrve 79 68 xlctory for the Rarders when the smoke cleared away Charles Knoeke led the field wrth 25 points m thls game glvmg North 1ts fourth wm of the Fox Rnver Valley season Theune IIFILPS the ball clown rourl NORTH 77 OSHROSH 80 67 Ba Lethall Our Golden Rarders trled exerythmg they had but xx ere strll edged out by the mrghty Oshkosh Indlans In the second quarter because vue were forced to play mth out twxo flrst strmgers the Indrans p1led up a substantral lead Although the Ralders found themselves tovs ard the end of the fourth quarter rt was too late Thls vyas one of the most thrnllmg and best played games of the season NORTH 14 IPNTRAL al A smooth moxmg Razder squad lrqmdated any Red men ldeas of dommatmg this lots seormg but scream f1lled eontest at the Armory It was anybodys game for he fxrst three quarters A reserxe boost m the fourth pernod put the Raiders out rn front for good and they went on to fllp Centrals Redmen 57 51 for a well re speeted xlctory t A , . , V14 . - V. . 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'S' NORTH 40 f'RI'FN BAY VFST 68 Lance Olsens al pomts and a screaming Wildcat gym failed to be sufficient opposition to oxercome the ingercd Raiders determination of winning this exciting contest The lead changed hands many times through out the game Donald Folzs stint at the free throw line with 13 seconds remaining sewed the game up for the Raiders at 0 68 Iohn Theune was high scorer for the Raiders with 77 pomts NORTH 60 APPLE TON 66 A keyed up rexenge filled Terror fiyc upset the Raiders 66 60 in our first home defeat Getting off to an early lead the Terrors dominated the first half with a D an lead The Raiders battled desperately and finally pulled ahead D9 D8 early in the last period A late Appleton spurt led by a few charity tosses pllt the game in the sarchcl at 66 60 for the Terrors NORTH 81 FOVND DU LAC 6:1 On anuary ol the Raiders met the eighth place romped oyer them in an easy 81 65 victory proxmg that the Cards new er really had a chance Many reserves were allow ed to play for the Raiders The high scoring Raiders for the eyening were Donald Folz with Z7 points and Terrance Schmidt with 16 points NORTH 49 FRI- FN BAY If AST 40 Our Rarders did it again by downing thc Red D xils in the lowest scoring tilt of the season They were sparked on by Raymond uasius who played his best game of the season and netted 15 points Terrance S hmrdts fine rebounding and 17 points also were determining factors Snarching the lead early in the third period our Raiders yictoriously played out the clock NORTH 19 NI ANITOVQ OI 4 Our Golden Raiders were knocked out of 1 first place tie by Manitowocs Shipbuilders in a tough luck ball game They battled to a near tie by half time but w nt down hill in the third quarter and trailed by ll points They finally found their range late in the fourth quarter but too late to rake the game off ice Donald Folz n tted l7 points and was high scorer for the ey ening Knorke lrws ll quarlerlmvh sneak NORTH 67 OSHROSH 68 If cyer a game was a hearrbreaker this was one showed remarkable drive teamwork and well balanced power They were outscored only in the third period by the height gifted Indians Husky 6 5 Sam Barnard was the big gun for the Indians with al pomts The outcome of this tussle was decided in the closing 10 seconds of the game uaslus s jump shot mllls luo pomts Basketball 63 , ' ' - 1 I ,. ' . ' W .Q' 0 D A A ' 1 ' A ' 'V' . R ' , A A i 4 . A A . K - V. . Y . A., i i V 0 ' . ' 'L T 1 7 ' ' I ' ' ' , 7 4 4 v A . 1 ' A L yr 4' . '. , Ai , . Q - cc . .aa Fond du Lac Cardinals. As was expected, the Raiders Regardless of the unfavorable circumstances, the Raiders v ' I 1 , '- 1 V' S ' 1, as , V . Y . . . . I . - . . , ,, A Y . V , . A . u . . V. y . A , . .' -y 1147 . lf Q .' ' ' ' ' ' ' I yli Y ' A C. I 1 . 1 4 . Y I - . V, . . . ' ' y - I - ' y . . ' . ' V l ' .' - ' v A r 1 . Q . - A A Q " 3 5 ' 4 ' ' L I - y I V I Y . . , V we v I I , - 1 . 7 . V ' K Y ' l S ' 1 ' 7 , . ' ,I .- NORTH 55 - CENTRAL 40 After troun ihg a d for three periods, the Raiders flipped he 'yu en sound 55-40 waxi Our talented cre 1 d W touch le' nt lead early 'Q wg o- th -,L . rv er ther ore able qf im ggi: u er t i classic. Olz em 4 1 h ing e e with 15 if l . 0 l 'N All ,Wulpdp ..t, .Wm NORTH 60 - GREEN BAY W'EST 63 Led by All-American Lance Olson, the Wildcats edged out our Raiders in a thrilling climax to the regular season's play. The battle was close throughout, with the Raiders actually leading by three points going into the fourth quarter. We were outscored 20-14 in a hectic final quarter, giving favored West the edge at the final buzzer. - y A E R,ec fve Second Place Laurels af ti. at Again this year our ayvee cagers showed excellent qualities of skill and teamwork as they captured the second place position in the Fox River Valley Conference Their achievement is not the result of any single players efforts but of well rounded power coupled with some mighty nifty teamwork on his fine ,ob of molding the squad into an organized unit A vsell knit defense such as the team had linked mth an offense of height and speed can only come from mueh hard work during practice Undoubtedly the same spirit and skill of this years V squad will be important assets of next seasons Varsity squad 64 Basketball Junior Varsity Team ROW 1 Terrence Siegl Ran dall Hake James Hensel james Bray Philip Domrnisse Thomas Kroll ROW 7 Coach Robert Ebert jerry Jarvis james Schorer Frederick Wilke Glenn Zon ick james Brinkman ROW 3 Richard Nack Thom as Cerull John Grollmus Charles jones J Robert Loeffler Harley Anderson North North North North North North North North North North North North North North North CAME SCORES South NIIIWHUIC99 Nathan Hale Appleton Fond du Lat Green Ba! Past Wlamtowoc Oshkosh Central Creen Bas Vest Apnleton Fond du Lac Creen Bas Fast Wlamtowot Oshkosh Central Creen Bas YW est . r., , J . . . . A ' 54 . . . . ,' ' 39 A I l 57 - ' i ' ' ' 26 j I ' Y ' ' . ' 37 . ' ' . ' 46 Coach Robert Ebert should certainly be commended North 47 A ' ' ' ' ' ' ' . ' 49 , .' " ' . ' ' 1 - , , ' ' 34 . V. A 2 . i Y 49 . 1 Y ' . .Q V I ,' 4 ' . . I Y in .V A i l 4 ' ' . ' " l- ' ' ' . ' 55 ' ' - ' ' . ' 37 WTIAA TOURNAMENT GAMES john Theune's 21 points and a hot Raider squad flipped Sheboygan Falls a 69-62 defeat in the first WIAA meeting. The second game saw North pitted against Central for the Sub-Regional title. As the game pro- gressed, the Raiders seemed to get cold. Hitting a meager 17 buckets in 70 attempts, the Raiders lost an ll point lead and succumbed to a 59-49 defeat, which eliminated them from tournament competition. BASKETBALL MANAGERS The basketball managers had one of the most im- portant jobs on the team - doing everything the players didn't do. Working behind the scenes, taking care of equipment, and practicing minor first aid were just a few of their delegated duties. The players would tell you, however, that they did much more. Handling the man- agerial tasks this season were George Murtha, John Gehr, Jerome Head, Gordon Ourada, Richard Krueger, and Clarence Salzwedal. Frosh Tie For Lakeshore Conference Title Freshmen Team ROW 1 E u g e n e Russell Thomas Knatz Doran Farnum Charles Calkins Jerome Hum mitzsch jack Hughs ROW 2 Dennis Hogan Thomas Wick Richard Schul Robert Lange Thomas Schinabeck Owen Balde Dan :el Spindler ROW 3 William Busse james Schmitt james Oldenburg, Coach Robert Griffith Brian Leonhardt LeRoy Matzdorf Randall Prange North North North GAME SCORES This years Freshmen squad members outshmed their Plymouth lxohler greenness by winding up with a very successful basket ball s ason They tied for the first place slot with their cross town rivals from South Side junior High by chalk IC, I , K , i 21 16 . . V . .- ' 27 ' 43 5 ' . . . . ' 32 South Side Junior High 39 I ' Y I I ' ' 47 ' ' 17 ' ' ' 31 30 ' ' - ' 31 I' 16 ' , e ' e ' ' ' ' , 16 49 . . J . . . I ' 45 ' 43 ' ' . ' ' 1 ' -l-4 ' ' ' 42 - l 7 62 ' ' I 41 , ' ' - ' 52 35 ' . ' ' ' I' 29 ' ' . North North North North North North 'North North North Port W ashmgton Central Shebow gan Falls Plymouth lxohler South Sule Junior Port W ashmgton Central Shehow gan Falls H :gh ing up an admirable 9 win 3 loss season record Under the capable guidance of Coach Robert Grif fith th boys gain d valuable experience and skill which will be needed in future unior Varsity and Varsity com petition Composed of considerable height and many dependable scorers who played a good all around floor game the Freshmen team developed into a highly danger ous outfit Much credit should be given to these boys and their coach for a ,ob well done Basketball 65 Pff .XM U A Wxth hearts young, and pay and love on xts may sprmg makes ts long, awalred appear ance Desprte the obpecnon from ole man wrnter blades of grass beam to appear flowers soon blossom sounds of sprmg sports frll the au' The lumors now considered buddlng, semors reach a new dere mmauon to make their fxnal year of hlgh school the best Wrth sprmg leadmg the way lunlors are proud to reach the peak of then' high school years Jil-.....X tk X if 5-ff M35 lx lyijm Jx. 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Borrs Kolenlchox YOU FAN T TARF IT WITH YOU Penelope Sxcamore Essxe Rheba Paul Sxcamore 'Sir De Pmna Donald Nlartrn Vanderhot Alrce Henderson Karen Wasserman jenne Eder Ilxa Lextl Daud Peters Stephen Nlaersch jay 'Nshurs Allan Berman Wrnfred Battng Oralee Stnles james Wagman Rrchard Pankratz john Gehr Nir lxnrby Thomas Ahl Nlrs Krrby Kathleen Dreps Mrchael Mueller Three Men Charles Troxel james Watson Olga I5 Karen Swenson foultl you pull ln your stomach, Mr De Plnnaw' Karen Wasserman and Stephen Maerseh M Snakes, Ballet Dancmg, serxants Rheba lElxa Le1tlJ and Donald lAllan Ber The Sycamores are a wery dlfferent famtly as dem onstrated rn the play You Cant Take It Wlth You many grven May 4 and 5 Penny Sycamore CKaren Wasser many WIIICS plays because a typewrrter was delrvered to the1r house by m1stake Paul Sycamore fDax1d Peters! and Mr De Prnna lStephen Maerschj make hrecrackers Ahee 1Oralee SI1l6Sl comes home to the Sycamore household to announce she IS having drnner wnth Tony Kxrby lR1ehard Pankratzl her boss son Whlle Alnce of all sorts rn the1r spare t1me and Pennys father Mat tm Vanderhof CXX'1nfred Biltflgl collects snakes solely because he IS trred of the workmg routme ESSIC 4 enne Ederj another Sycamore pursues dancing ardently and her husband Ed 4 ay Nyhu1s7 plays the Xylophone and does a lot of prmtmg Equally colorful are the Sycamore s Lme up, you people' Lme up, all o you' IS gettmg ready for her date Mr Henderson C ames Wagmanj of the Internal Rexenue Department arrnes on the scene to tell Grandpa Vanderhof that the latter owes the government forty tvso years back mcome tax Tony appears followed by Mr Kolenkhov C ohn Gehrl ESSICS Russ1an danclng 1nstructor and the play amld all james Wlatson Charles Troxel Stephen Maersch jenne Eler jay Nyhuxs Allan Berman lxaren Wa serman Karen Swenson Oralee Stnles Rrchard Pankratz and Mnchael Muller 68 Sprung Plas . ., , . . .. . . , . . ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, , , ,, , A - I ,,,, ,, ,,,.,,,,, ,,,,, , , ,,,, ,,,,, , ,,, I . Tony Kirby ,,,,,,,,,.,,,,,,,,,, ,. ,.,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, ' 1 . I ' ,,,,,,,,, , H , H ,,,,,,,, l l , T eeeeeeeee , eeeeeeeeeeeee,ee V , ,W ,,, ' fy M . . . O ll r 1 1 ' , ' v - - - ' . , , , . 7 A 3 ' . . . V. . A s s , ' . A l I . V V ' , , 1 ' V. Y , f ' l - , , - 1 ,l s Y - v . ' .l 1 9 ' 4 3 7 SG ' ' If 99 Y . . s v v . T " ' Q y , L 1 -1 Q J n v , 1 3 "'5h-.R The Home larlu Ballet' II sllnlesp' CI ,Q eallerl Purge! We No! " Nu Iert D.1X1tl Pet rs lohn behr Omlee Strles Rte at lxathleen Dreps lxaren Wass rman Vymlretl Battle Omlee Stxles Pmltrttz Jnl lxetren Wasserman and Thomas Ahl Fzreworks Deplct Sprung Comedy the eonfusron rn th1s mlxed up household IS vyell on tts yxty to beeomlng 1 rrotous presentatlon Tony and Allee soon flnd themsely es fallmg IH loye yyrth eieh other but the famlly seems to eomplteate things Mr Ind Mrs lxlrby 1Thomas Ahl and kathleen Drepsy eome to the Syeimores home for dlnner on the xyrony, Dlgllf ind eiteh th fftmtly qt their usuilly erin ptstrmes To top rt off th slogins Ed prtnted ind err s hom nt me tnen 4 lmes Wxtsmmn C h trles Troxel mel Mrehtel Nuel lerl to trrest the entire household ilonyg xuth the xlsltlng lxrrbys After they Ill spend 1 night ID yall for ITlCif1L1f2iCfL1I'1I'lQ frreyyorks Wlflllllll 1 permtt Alree IS eonylneed that she and lkony ean ney er marry beeause of then' ffiflllly dxtfer enees All seems 1n despalr and Allee pleles to leaye for a trrp to the Adlrondueks to get away for ave hrle ln the meantlme Mr Kalenlehoy brrngs h1s frrend Oltga fKaren Svyensonl a Russr n Duehess to dlnner 1nd she tem pomrtly eheers up the despondent Syeamore famrly Wlnlle she eooks tne dinner Grandpft ind Tony Con yrnee Mr lxrrby ind Alree th1t exerythrng xyrll vxorle problems IH thelr youth Soon Allee md Tony are together qgun Mr De Prnnl md Pull tre pllnnrnr., for next years frreyyorks Gr lndpi his sueeessfully molded h1s blek xneome tax to the potnt of 1 refund 'md the play ends happrly II uaen I your rharm and ll uasn I your lou Il pnv ezers rent o that mrome tax lllle 91 en money 1 uns the bark o your hearl Imfly else' Rnehartl Panltratz and Oralee Strles Vytnfred Battle lenne Ider jay Nyhurs and james XVaeman i s... Sprlng Play 69 .i A , R1 I ,fl ' 1 ? 24 1 4 I - " ' '3 '. f' I " 1 . ,' ' . . 4 ' . ' 6 I 1 Y -. -.V . k ,G -A , K '. . "V, , f , f 1 C C vg v .' I I I A I . 4 'A I 4. I , I , .'. 2' v, , ' , , . , , , , - , y , A . , 1 . " , ' " , H ' ' - '- L D ' B ' 44 4 . . - ' . 4 . ' 1 v 4 ,- ,- ,, 1 . , - - V L 4 .1 . , e 1 1 , ,, utltlte-tl rn lixsrefs cmude candy' bn 5 fl A F, B' In out for the best 'as br.1ndp.1 .md Mr. lxrrby lmd the same ' J: " 1 , f 1 " '.1 4' 1 ' ' - 1 ' ,, 1 1 . . . 1 ' 1 1 1 1 ' 1 ' ' " ' ' ' ' . ' '14 4k 41 1 1 4 1'4' A ' 4 . v V' A . 4 Q 4-1 4 - -' 1 . 4 1 , W K , . 4 rl '. . . 'I - - f ' ." ' .', '. , , ,, , ' 'f' , ', : , . T, ' . ', , .Z I ,QA y .A , 4 , me l yt ff' 74 .ffl ' is.: y 5' 'v. x I '. A-0 ',:f'! . A f: at Aft Ai Pestu ue Salurnulm 4 fold l'rwlI Pg! . 411 Urwnlal Proposal Sloppy Slurl 0141 Blue' leans 0 xllllll0l'lllIll lrogram- Programs, Dances, Furmsh A lllglllk mterestmg progrxm on the selentrfle lexel xx 1s pres nteel bx General Eleetrle Some of the thmgs elem onstrlted were the use and functlons of mrero waxes H1 F1 equipment 11111 the exploslxe sound of 1 let motor The m1l1mg of Syl"lIllLI1L rubber by IH1Xlf1g .1 fem ehemruls ss 1s 1150 x1sual1zed On Oetober 79 1 puppet show eame to North M1n1p ullteel by Mr Xwoebruele the l11l'1LlID'1LlL puppets presented 1 IUOLl11:1LLl xersron of Dr Faustus Froehlrehe xXILll11'1'1Clll'SZC1I' Fel1z IN1x1d1el' nex No l' Festrx us S1turn1l11' These were some of the str mge SOL1I'1L1lUg xx ords that floated through the alr 15 all the l1nguutge elasses got together for Norths annu1l Cl1flSIIl11S el1ss Pllfffljtd 1 typ1e1l berman home 11 Chrlstmas tlme Spftmsh elass enaeted 1 posada lproeessrony 1nd Freneh el1ss presented 1 panel elxscussron llncldentally 111 these words mem Merrx CllI'1S1fIU1S J An Or1ent1l Plas The Dmgon X115 stiged xery ellf lerentlx from others USIHS tsp1C1l O11ent1l e1ar1eter1st1es 1 15 e propertx mm who remuns on suse elurrns. the entlre pl 1x llttle or no sun rx Or1ent1l m1l1e up md 1 strretlv Or1er1t1l serrpt Sloppx Shlrt old blue lelns s llnes from ,G . .n . . ,., 7, i - ' N r.,. H . . . . .. M ' -' "A f 'w . . , . Q -, --f I' r 4 - 0 ' , 1 ' . , ' f . -' . A ' - . 4 . 2 v4 1 , . ' ' - Y v 4 y I- I A I . ' K A 1 A ' Q 1 I A . 4 'L L 1 ' . ' 4 f v 1 A V A -1 , 1 . 1 ' 1 . , I . 1 Q . 2 K . 1 . . . K A 1 4 I . 1 ,'1"w " Q U". " .1 ' 1 - I 6 'thu . 1 1. , 1 . 1 ' ' 1 - ' 1 - 1 4' ' 1 ' A 1 1 I 1 program. The Latin class presented Z1 Roman feast, German 1 1 ' ' ' ' 1 h , 1 ' 1 Q A 1 A A L 1 D . A A V, K A a V 11 , v ' V . L I lv, " f, L "S 'L L 1 1 . 1 ' , sucl L ' th A use of L1 ' 1' 1 ' ' 1 ' gb ' ' v 1 A r A f 1 ' . - - . 1. 1 ' , , 1 V .- V A V ' e 1 1. . 1 . 1 1 ' I A 1 ' . 1 U I' h . ' '1 . . . N thee ' f 21 1 l 'AI1-' A' , . 1 ' A 1 . 7 I . . , I -- Cultural, Soclal Enjoyment popular song could well be fitted to the students seen tt 'Xorths hard time dance Pigtuls ind freeleles were the stsles for the girls and the boys tried to outdo them with floppy strw. hats and patched and ragged leans The historx of modern jazz Our Town stx le expound ed upon in the form of a pep slut featuring 1 yazz band 1 Charleston number and the use of Norths oscilloscope was held anuary ln to enthuse students with school spirit for 1 clash against the Appleton Terrors North and Centrals spring dance, Blossom Ball was held on April 7 in Centrls gym with music proxided by Ray Stexens and his orchestra Decorations centered around three popular colors pink, white and leaf green which combined to make 1 striking false ceiling and colorful floral spots around the room Excellent entertainment and mueh dance able music made the night an unforgettable one for all present Participating in the panel discussion promoting the foreign student drixe on April 21 were eight foreign exchange students who were inxited to Sheboygan from the surround ing area Each student gaxe his first and present impressions of America which were in many cases exceedingly humorous Comments were also grxen on Americans comparing them with the people in their ovxn countries -imulsl 4ppIP Blossoms Impressions 0 America Prewnllng Ur fauslus I .mg Il lp all! 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S . , , 4 ' -' .y 1 Amidst apple blossoms, vines, and white picket fences. i'iE:""43'M H f ' L A - I l I A - A' , az" ' Baseball Team ROW 1 George Conrad Peter Roess Roger Froelxch Robert Dortman Thomas Schmidt jack Olsen James Baumgart Rnchard Nack Dennns Bearns james Brnnkman Wrllram C Wagner Robert Wagner ROW 7 Thomas Knatz Gary Gorr james Oldenburg Doran Farnum James Stubler Davxd Bray james Schorer Robert Pnlsl Allan Berman George Newburg Charles jones jr Mrchael Patnck jon Naumann Thomas Ahl Robert Gutschow Harley Anderson ROW 5 Coach Laurence Rock Robert Lange Eugene Russell Rrchard Schulte Marvm Pnerce Jerome Hummxtzsch Donald Meler Ronald Mexer Thomas Schoemer Owen Balde Stanley Horn Damel Spmdler Terrence Sregl john Hoffmann Ronald Gessl joseph Klxeyunas Rnchard Kraus john Gonermg Davxd Jung Charles Calkms john Theune Wrllram Rlx Russell Rres Paul Ubbelohde james Federer Bnan Pfexffer Timothy Schlrmer Wnlham Hermann Assxstant Coach Hyman Berman ABSENT George Rock Champlonslup Bound Baseball Team Shows Much Strength Wrth nlne returning lettermen Coach Laurence Rock had great depth of materral wrth whlch to work nn the Golden Ralders 1956 baseball season Returning let Beams Thomas Schmxdt and Robert Dortman semors and ames Baumgart Robert Gutschow and Harley An clerson yunlors The acqulsltlon of a few other talented glovemen put thc Rarders m the team to beat category as they began therr 1956 campa1gn They played for the f1rst tlme at Sheboygans own Memorlal Athletxc Park Coach Rock should be Compllmented on a job well done BASFBALL WIANAGFRS Takmg care of equrpment for a team mth as many players as thls rs a tough job and the work of the managers rs endless m scope and nes er endmg rn length Managers George Rock Russell Rxes Brnan Pferffer Tlmothy Schrrmer and Wllllam Hermann deserve much crednt for rherr work 72 Baseball North North North North North 'North North 'North GANIF SCORES Chllton Two Rivers Oostlrurg Fond du Lac Fond du Lac Chilton Cetlarburg 'llamtow oc "Z I 3 . ! D 1 I D 3 Q D Y 7 7 ! 3 'I 1 Y Y D 2 A , , , A . , ' 'H . ' , ' , O O 5 terwinners were Robert Wagner, jack Olsen, Dennis 5 . 7 3 , Z J s 7 ' . . A y . . H . . . . .. . . . L' 2 . ' . . H , 5 1' 0 . ' 9 ' , , , , , 7 af A. Z,- x f L.-" -L, llurlnum Calls Signals llutsrhow On The ,Wound Robert WIILHPT Anil Roller! Dorlmun l'lecle1l As Team lo l nplams Olsen Al The Plate Srhmult Iwelrls 4 I rounder ff Baseball 73 llrzu-k 'Wenzer Aml uaeuw fog., A lap Wunmer lIemon.slrale.s flung, Qmuer Rulflell laulle Ostergaarll Leaps The Hurdles Q . ,uh The Pole Mueller Puls The Sho! ,rv I .4-ff ,a -fr ,Gu U TM? Trac k Team ROW 1 james Zabel john Rummele Kenneth Luedtke Wrllnam Wandrey Thomas Roess james Chesebro Wayne Schelwat Denms Katte Larry Olmstead Denms Sauer Wllllam Busse ROW 7 Denms Wntthuhn james Schmntt james Hensel Clarence Salzvnedel Allan Wasserman Thomas Head Paul Nyhuls james Menzer Wrllram Hollmgsvxorth Charles Knocke Wxllxam Rem! jerry jarvrs ROW 5 Coach Robert Grrffnth Leshe Maerklem Robert Loeffler Robert Hansen Mrchael Mueller james Scherb Don Ostergaard Werner Loessl Raymond Quasnus Thomas Cerull Rogers Crocker john Grollmus Thomas Wrmmer Asslstant Coach Arden Wandrey ABSENT Robert Rxddell Terrance Schmidt Robert Polzm jay Strxgel Donald Folz Noel Hansen North North North 'North 56 Thm Clads Cash In For Successful Track Season 69 XII' FT SCORES lf Green Bay Past Wlamtoxsoe Green Bas Vest Fond du Lat TR ACR Nl AN AGFRQ F3 lf The chores of the managers nex er end These boys are responsrble for the care of all equlpment They must also be wellxersed ln Ftrst Axd Helpmg th1s season xuth the managerial tasks were Phrllp Hansen, Jerome Head, Aaron Feldman, Gary Merer, Charles Dopl-ee, ancl Lloyd Packer Thls year as rn the past Coach Robert Grnffrth came up wrth another top flrght track team The team was bullt around a nucleus of 15 returmng lettermen Some of the more outstandmg returnlng lettermen were erry arms and Wllham Rernl mile runners Thomas Cerull half mlle Mrchael Mueller shot put Thomas Wlmmer Cl1SLLlS Rob rt Rldd ll pole vault and hlgh jump lmes Menzer broad jump Terrance Sehmndt hlgh hurdles Raymond LIJSILIS l00 yard dash and ames Sehe1b 770 yard dash ames Schelb mendentally broke th school record by running the 770 yard dash rn 'Mfr s conds Thomas Cerull broke another school record by runnlng the 880 yard dash ID 7 309 Robert Rlddell tred a thzrd school record by pole xaultrng ll f t There were other top performers too No mdrudual should get crecllt for the team s success Ex en though much of the practrce had to be clone lnsxde becaus of the prexalent un sprlngllke weather the team has come through three tunes, thus far, wrth conference vrctorles The team showed much strength rn sporadlc events at these meets Track 75 1' 4 ' 4 tl l 1 ,Q A 4 A X , Q f , .1 I f f . 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Unseasonable weather and an extremely tough cross-town opponent set the golf team back in its opening match. Boasting some of the sharpest linksmen ever Seen on a city team. Central Dales Allempls A H010-in-one Gol And Tenms Teams Golf Team Golf Squad ROW 1 Denis Schmideler Ronald Dales ROW 1 Thomas Siegl Karl Kaeppler Jay Finst William johnson ROW 7 David Dales Coach Charles jones Sr ROW 7 Bruce Holman James Wondergem Daud Maycen Ralph ABSENT Daud Hanson Robert Schlundt Stemhaus james Goodman 76 Golf ABSENT Thomas Manning jack Popowich Robert Popoxich W1l liam Scott Thomas Schaffer sllllllllllf Tees Of For? elsilx toole first in the meet while North fell behind Nanitovnoe 11 Pond eu lie XX1th onlk one mtteh under their belt the Ruder links men shouldnt find future meets too hird Coieh Charles ones Sr can expeet some good eompetitixe plax bi the new er mem bers of the squad xxhile seniors Dixid md Ronlld Diles ilong with sophomore Robert Schlundt will elrrs the bulk of the lold The boss hue llTlpl'OXf.Ll mueh during the plst fevx weeks ind should IIDPIOXC steadilx as the Season gets into full suing In hrs thrrcl year as tenn1s mentor Coach Paul Yaeger produced one of North Hlghs fmest racket squads Bullt around a nucleus of fue returnmg lettermen Edvnm Dommrsse Charles Gerber john Thornton Charles lxnocke and Phxllp Dommlsse along mth other experrenced racketeers the team packed a great punch Thrs qu1ntet was capable of coprng vuth exen the most formrdable adxersarles The team contamed both excellent l erber Returns 4 Serle Hafve Profltable Seasons 4 WW! ..,,M gif To-nnls Squad Tennis Team ROW 1 Donald Oehlrnch Daud Sorenson Eugene De ROW 1 john Thornton Phrlrp Dommrsse Qombre Gary Bretzman Lauren Leys ROW 7 Edvun Dommrsse Coach Paul Yaeger Charles ROW 7 Thomas Schmabeck Anthony Fessler Thomas Gerber Exans Peter Koken Gerald Lutz Eugene Goldberg ABSEINT Charles Knoeke I,0llIllIliSP Slams Ball -il Opponent slngles md doubles materlal The doubles combmauon of Charles Gerber and ohn Thornton placed seeond rn the 1933 state eompetrtron In Illilf openmg weekend matches, the team bumped off Fond du Lac 61 and then vent on to trounce Oshkosh ln 9 O encounter In the1r th1rd conference match of the season the Rarders waxed our cross town rrxals from Central 1n a 6 l massacre They later lost to Wauwatosa 1n a 4 3 battle Tennis 77 5 ' 4 I v 4 . 4 V. 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Honor Socletv Loxs Soronen Wxnfred Battxg Sylvxa Van Der Puy Mxchael Mueller Eugene De Sombre Jeanette Mandel james Wagman jamce Baumann ABSENT Oralee Stxles Local Chapter Selects Worthy Students To Honor Soctety Annually Norths Faculty Council selects flfteen percent of the senlors and frve percent of the jumors for mduct1on 1nto the Natronal Honor Socxety The top rank mg students are elected on the basls of scholarshlp leadership servlce and character Th1s year Mlss Helen Herman and Mr Arden Wandrey acted as faculty adusers to the group The offlcers were Eugene De Sombre president Oralee Stlles v1ce presrdent Sylvra Van Der Puy secretary and eanette Mandel treasurer The other members thrs year were Mlchael Mueller ames Wagman Wmfred Battlg Lols Soronen and anlce Baumann Luncheon meetlngs were held once a month to take care of the orgamzatrons pendmg busmtss The mam object of the soclety for 1955 56 was to complle a Inst of all alumni of North who lost thelr ln es ln World War II and the Korean War Thls llst was for a memorlal plaque to be hung ln Norths halls Acting as hosts and hostesses of Norths Open House and sponsormg the annual alumnl game and dance were some of the other projects whnch kept the Honor Socnety buzztng An mvntatnon to a sprmg luncheon held by Central s 78 Honor SOClCty Pantzer Chapter was one of the hrghlrghts of the soclety year Mrs Clarence Weber spoke on her recent tour of Europe at the luncheon and dxsplayed her lovely collec tlon of forexgn dolls As thelr fmal duty the soclety planned for the annual xnductlon program on Aprxl 24 At the mductlon servrce the new and old members pledged to uphold the rdeals of North whxle rn or out of school Later a tea was held m the I-Iospltahty Room for the parents and faculty Barenscher Patrrcxa Conrad Durwood Dommxsse Mar garet Fahres Eugene Hendrlkse Barbara Lexbham Robert Matasar Gall Mxller Mnchael Orth Robert uasxus Sarah Rummele Mary Schlpper Stanley Sehler udlth Stleghorst Karen Swenson Robert Wagner Wxlllam C Wagner Karen Wasserman and Rlchard Wxlllams unzo Mxzoe our exchange student was elected as an honorary member unlors elected were Allan Berman Patrlcla Dopke ulle Esch Raymond Fessler anet Krcuter Lorralne Lelbham Kathryn Pralle jean Samt Kathryn Slms and Carol Stemer I 1 . . 3 ' Y . 1 Y 1 ' Y 1 I O , , . . . . , t . , . Z , . 3 . . . r .. 7 . - . g . y L . . . ' J . ' J ' . . Newly elected seniors were: Thomas Ahl, Janet , , , . . . - - 1 a 5 ' Q J . s u a g s . . , . . a I 1 . , . , s J - Y 9 9 ' . . .V . 7 , , . . . 1 ' Y - J A l 5 . . . . j ' , , J ' , ' ' ' 7 9 . 7 . Y NIUST Y ALL ABLI- NTLDI' NT XX mfred Battlg D -K R RI' PRI- SFNTATIY F LUIS Soronen Indwlduals Wlth Outstandmg Records Recewe Honors The senlor year brlngs honors scholarshrps c1t1zen shrp and other contest awards to the yarrous members of the class Wrnfred Battrg won the exty and the state w1de eompetltxon for the Elks Most Valuable Student con test by submrttmg a scrapbook drsplaymg hrs actnmes achlevements school record and recommendatrons Lols Soronen was elected the DAR ICPFCSCDIZIINC by the senror elass and faculty to compete m the stare contest Elected by the student eouncll Thomas Ahl and Robert Wrgner ln thelr yumor year attended the Badger Boys State Comentlon at Rlpon College They part1c1 pated IH the actual operatton of a democratrc form of goyernment The MILWAUKEE JOLRNAL awarded a frrst prlze and two honorable mentxons to Durw ood Dommrsse for h1s art work He also reeened thrrteen gold k ys m the Scholastxc Art Awards The Amerlcan Freld Seruce Summer Seholarshlp whrch IS awarded to yumors thxs year went to udy Ersold who wxll spend the summer rn Germany Last summer rn Germany and Greece respeetnely NROTC seholarshrp was awarded to Robert Quaslus who wnll attend the UHIYLFSIIY of WISLKDHSIH where the Nayy wrll pay for hrs tu1t1on books eduea tlonal expenses and part of h1s hung costs A SCIILS of tests an mteryrew h1s school record act1x1t1es and achleyemenrs helped htm to wm thrs scholarshrp Badger Delegates -K F S Pxehange Students Thomas Ahl Robert Wagner Oralee Snles Judy l'1soll Sylua Nan Der Puy Honors 79 ,,. A . Y C O 9 0 C 5 , . . . v s -,' V ' s. ,A ' . . .... V. . 5 n Y. , J D V. ' I ' . ' . summer Sylvia Van Der Puy and Oralee Stiles spent the ' An W ' - , 2 , y , , 7 , , , , , A v v . A Y A Y V7 J 7 Y 7 V ' V , 1' k a ' , ,' 1 1. A ll. , Sprmg Hlghllghts Year As Semors Recewe Dlplomas Wrth the appearance of sprrng the members of the Class of 1956 thrnk more and more of the nearness of june 9 graduatxon day As they look back many exper renccs and accompllshments flash before therr eyes The frrst day of school as a freshman rs brought to mind How ncw drfferent and excrtmg everythrng seemed' As the year progress d there were drscoverles of the mam actrvmes open to everyone They drscovered that no matter where thexr rnterests lay North Hrgh offered every opportunlty to achreve some success Thercfore as sophomores they started cntermg as many actnrtres as posslble m an attempt to fmd where therr skrlls lay Once found these skrlls were raprdly dex eloped B srdes thes act1v1t1es however there was the more rmportant phase of hrgh school lrfe that of acqurrrng an educatlon By learning to apply themselves a goal has been accompllshed and all past efforts materralrze rn the form of a diploma But now a greater task faces all the members of thrs graduating class No more shall they pass through the halls of North Hrgh as students The job of fmdrng a place m lrfe rs faced by each one Whether rt be further mg thcrr educatron entermg servrce or gorng to work the educatron obtamed rn hrgh school should prove m xaluable rn achrexlng success Wlratever path will be followed North Hrghs best w1shes go along AHL THOMAS Footballl 2 J 4 Baskctballl Trackl 2 5 Baseball4 Intramurals 1, 7, 3, 4, Squad Lcadcr 3, 4, Homeroom Offr ccr 2, 4, Councrl 1, 3, 4, Councrl Commrttecs l, 3, 4, School Prcsldent 4, Executrxt Board 4, You Can t Takc It With You' 4, Badger Boys State 3, Honor Socnety 4 BARIINSCHER, JANET Intramurals I, 2, 3, 4, Its About Time 7, 76 Tcbahpla 4, Council 4, Qouncrl Committees l, 3, 4, Ushcr 1 Hon , l or Soclety 4 l 80 St-more . 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A4 - 1. .7' l'r CEI-IR'G BARBARA Lrbanlte 4 Intramurals I 7 4 Its About T1me 7 1 Tebahpla 4 Counc1IComm1ttees I 7 1 4 Cheer Lea r 4 GEHRIG PATRICIA Lrbanrte 1 4 Intramurals I 7 1 Make Lp 7 Councrl 4 Council Commxttees 7 1 Lsher 7 CENSON JEROME Tennxs I Chorus I Intramurals I 7 1 GERBER CHARLES Basketball I 2 Tenms I 7 1 4 Band I Intramurals I 7 1 4 I-Iomeroom Offleer I 7 1 CKJLIHLII I Counerl Committees I Patrol I oomuum, JOHN Baseball 4 Lrbrary Assrstant 4 CJORR MARVEL Chorus I Glee Club 7 1 4 Intranauralsl 7 1 4 Home room Offrcer I 7 1 Red Cross 4 Its About Trme 7 Counell Commlttees 1 4 Cheer Leader 7 CREEN LRAINK Intramuralsl 7 1 4 GREEN ROBERT Ufb3UlIC 1 Photogr lpher Co Eelltor 4 Polarls 7 Photos rapher CoEd1tor 1 4 Intramurals I 7 Camera Staff 7 1 4 Forensrcs 7 Debate I 7 THI' PASY WAY OUT If you dont know the tntracacres of th amazrng sllde rule youd soon be lost rn ad xanc d algebra Among the scholars rn th1s class who are uslng the easy may out on a prob lem are jay Ernst anet Barenscher and anrce Katte Somor- 8 . .-.1 . 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Club 7 Polaris w 4 Intramurals I 7 w 4 I-Iomeroom Officer 1 4 Make Up 7 Its About Time 7 The Red Mill 1 Council Committee 7 a 4 Usher I HEAD THOMAS Traekl 7 5 4 Polaris-4 Intramuralsl 7 a 4 Home room Offieer l 7 a 4 Squad Leader 4 Couneil Com mittens 4 Manager l Patrol 4 HEIBY IANICIQ Chorusl a 4 Clee Club 7 Intramurals l 7 v 4 Nlalxe Lp 4 The Red Mill -4 Couneil Committees 4 Library Assistant w HELLER. EMMY LOU Clee Club 41 Intramurals ng I-Iomeroom Officer 3 86 Seniors Tlll-I PAUSE THAT Rl-IFIil'1SlIl'1S n their way to referee a soccer game Kathleen Dre-ps. Nancy Mihm. Barbara Leib ham, and Dolores Fox take time out for .1 picture break. ADX If RTISINI ARTIST? janet Schultz Karen ohnson and janree Karser get together on thelr 1dCi1S for another umque drsplay case-our best free adxertrse men at North Hrgh Wx HENDRIKSI: ARLENE Chorus 1 4 Glee Club 7 Urbamte 4 Homeroom Offleer 7 The Reel M1ll 1 Red Cross 1 Counc1lCommnttees 1 HENDRIKSE EUGENE Band 1 7 1 4 Intramuralsl 1 Homeroom Off1eer Honor Socxety 4 HERMAN RUTH Intramuralsl 2 3 4 TICRCES 7 1 4 Counc1lComm1ttees 4 Usher I 7 4 Lnbrary Assrstant 1 HERMAN SIMONE Intramurals 3 4 Make Up 1 4 76Teb1hpl1 4 Coun e1lComm1ttees 1 4 HERMANN WALTER Intramurals I 7 1 Sound Crew 7 1 4 HLRZOC CLRMAINE Intramurals l 7 1 4 Make Lp 4 Coune1lComm1ttees I-1ILL JAMES Football l Intramurals 1 COLlflLll 4 HIRT JAMES Chorus 1 4 Intramurals 1 4 76 Tebahpla 4 The Red Mxll 1 Lrbrary Asslstant 4 Senlors 87 -. , ,, . 4 - . 4 L . 1 . . f, , J , 1. v 4 1 - A f ' ' t . 1. V 1 ,Y . 1 .1 7 -1 1 b.. -..-,I 1. 1 - - A. -1 I -- .- .1 -1 , 1 -1 . -1. I gl Q 1 1-111 1 1-1 1 3 9 . ' 1 . 7 . 44 ' 1-1 9 "'!'3 3 . . . I '7 1 1-1 1 - 1 1 -, .. ,. i 7 -S 5 - K L V - 1. , A ,. - , v,,,w,. A 1 -1. - V -1 5 Q-'S-7 "'7'7 -4 . - ,. 1 T ff. A V . 1' ' ,A- f 1-4-471 Q V X . 4 ' ,, , . - ,, . -, I.. .. U .. A vi H ' 7 "' t H . .. ,Q - - aw ICDITURS' IGNDICAYUIIS . . . Headaches and heartaehes of the news- paper business-all are displayed here as the editors collaborate to put out another issue of our Ijrbanite. I-IOCAN PA'I RICIx Chorus 7 1 Urbamte 7 1 4 Intramurals 7 1 4 Camera Stiff 7 1 The Red Mill 1 Couneil Committees 7 1 4 ouneil 1 Sehool Treasurer 1 Executixe Board 1 HOI LIINCSWORTH WILI IAM Football 1 4 Traek I 7 1 4 Urbanite I 4 Homeroom Offieer 7 1 76 Tebahpla 4 Couneil I 4 Council Com 1 teesl 7 4 HOPPE JOANN ranturals I Reel Cross I 4 Usher I 7 HORN EUGENE Intramurals I 7 1 4 Squad Leader 1 4 Homeroom Of freer I 1 Council 4 Coune1lComm1tte-es I 1 4 Mana I HORWITZ ALEX HbI'IMIT7SC H NANCY LEE Chorus I 7 4 Glee Club 7 The Red Mill 1 Its About Time 7 76 Tebahpla 4 Urbamte 2 4 Typing, Editor amurlls I Homeroom Offleer 7 1 Couneil mmittees I 7 INCLI S 'I HOMAS mtbilll 7 Intrimurals I Sound Crux I 7 s IIN IRAVAIA C HARI ES enestrl I 7 e It Sound Crux I 76 Teblhpla 4 The C hoeolite Soldier I T e ed 1 88 Senior I lx - - , 'N' ' l 'Y XA '1 . 1 A -H - S K "1 - N 1 6 -1 - V W 1 ' --1 4 - ., -, , Q Q - .- .. . .l - . Q Q, ,K . H . ,. . 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IPPICI CAROL G tt Club 7 Lrbanrtt 4 lntr1mur1ls 7 w Rttl Cr ass Qountrl Commltttts 4 lrb 1rx X srst nt 4 'NI lst Lp TARLNI RICHARD Squad Leader -, IESIXSRI ICI-IX Bascballl 7 Footballl 7 w 4 Track 7 lntmmuralsl 7 4 Homtroom Offrt rl 7 w 1 IOHNSON KAREN l Glu Club v lI1II'llNLlI'1lS l 7 v PI'OQlL1LIlUflS 4 Czunul C mmrtttts l Lsh r l lntmmurals l 7 5 Red Cross l C,UL1ULllCiOIl1ITl1IIf.C'S l KARCH NANCY Lrbanlte 7 1 lntmmurals l 7 w 4 Homcroom Offrccr 1 7 Produtnons 7 Trtkcts v Its About Trmf. 2 Councrl 7 Council QKJIIIIIWIIILLS l 7 w 4 Usher l Lrbmrx Assistant 7 a RATTE JANIICF Intramurals 7 w 4 Homeroom Offrttr 7 u Red Cross COL1DCll Committees v 4 RLIIIN DONAID Intr1mur1ls l 7 v 4 THIN IH YOLR LIFI' XX'1th tht sud of thcrr rcspectrxc staffs Polarrs tdrtors pool that rcleas and turn out th story of our hrgh school lrfc Semor- 89 l-- M51 V "1 t L -71 4 1 41 7 ' ,H :.'r4"fs'ta ' 5 , . . t t ' , V ,la ul ' f - ' '- D A .' - f .-: .-. ': ' -1 1 .-. U. 1 - 'e F lv Av, Av .. 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FRII' 'NDS RUWIANS FCDLNTRXNIPN Lendrng their ears durlng speech class thrs group of students rs Concentratlng on the quahtles whlch comprrse a good audlence txhxle one of therr fellovt classmates Charles Gerber obtams ease as he delrxers a practrce speech KRONZER MARY Intramuralsl 7 v 4 Homeroom Offreerl 7 Make Lp KROOS THOMAS Orchestra7 Bandl 2 1 Stage Crew I 7 w The Choc olate 9old1er I Patrol 4 KRLIS IRENE Intramurals 7 u 4 Red Cross 4 COL11'1C1lCDIUID1IICC v 4 KL EHLMAIN N KATHLEEIN Chorusl Glee Club7 v 4 Intramuralsl 7 7 Red Cross 4 Councll Commrttees I Ixbrary Asslstant 1 KUMMER ELIZABETH Glee Club v Intramurals I 7 v 4 Make bp 7 w 4 Red Cross 4 Councrl Commlttces 'm 4 KLMMER JUDITH Glee Club v Intramuralsl 7 w 4 Make Lp 7 1 4 Red Cross 4 76 Tebahpla 4 Counc1lComm1ttees l 7 v I AMB ANN Glee Club 7 Intramurals 7 Make Lp 7 Councrl Com mlttees 7 bsherl 7 v 4 LANDGRAE, ROSEMARIE Intramurals I, 7, Councrl Committees l, 7 Qvmnr- 9I 1 .Q .. . . 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Ag 'lool NIATASAR ROBERT Baseball 1 4 Football 1 4 Intramurals 1 4 Counell Commlttees 4 Honor Socxety 4 MAYER RAREN Chorus 4 Glee Club 1 Intramurals l 7 1 Homeroom Offreer l 7 Make Lp 7 1 Red Cross 4 Lsher l 7 NHCRANX AINNI Lrbamte 4 Intramurals 4 Red Cross 4 MeHUGH KATHLEEN Glee Club 1 Urbamte 1 Intramuralsl 7 1 4 Red Cross 4 lts About Tlme 7 COLlI1L1lC0lTlINlIILLS l 7 MEIN NINGENI LEE Baseball 4 Basketball l Orehestra 1 Intramurals l 7 1 4 Homeroom Offlcer l 7 Proleetron Staff l 7 1 4 MENZER JAMES Fe mtball l 1 4 Basketballl 7 1 Track I 7 1 4 ntrt Tebahpla 4 The Red Mrll 1 Counerl l 4 Counexl Commxtteesl 2 71 4 MIHM NANCY Chorus l Glee Club Z 1 Urbanlte 1 Polarrs 4 Squld Leader 1 4 Productrons 1 MILLER GAIL Chorus 1 4 Cvlee Club 7 Urbanlte 1 4 Copx Edrtor f Polarxs 71 4 Intramurals I Z 3 4 Homeroom Offrcer 4 Make Up 2 1 26 Tebahpla 4 The Red Mrll Counc1l4 Coune1lComm1ttees l 7 1 4 bsher l Honor Soexety 4 RLFPIINC POSTED A small enrollment doesn t make adx anced bookkeepmg anv less fxguratne james Wat son ames Seherb Marlene Stange and Penel ope Teumer preparing tomorrow s worksheet assignment eould tell you that 1 small Class c rtamly has rts adx antages Senlor 93 4 1 fi '7 ' 'I fl N' Y ' W. 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PILHILIHS IS an all tear exent for students who fmd II neeessars to brrng thezr noon Iuneh The perrod IS lughlrghteel bx latest qossrp md popular IITUSIL A I . 'L L v:,.' , 7 lf, Pot . .2.3.41 asket .-g r s' I. 2. f. 'Q Orch- est . 2. 3. '1 ' mte 5. 3 I, 2. 5. 43 H A A q..v-.,. .v A I 7 H I. .1 4 . 1 -'. ' 7 K- 5 7 - ' ' .. ' W 4 .1 Q .Q Q X 7 N fl - W., .' , 7. .., 2, . -. . . . . . I I 'S 1' I Pat -. .. 4 I Fon 1 . 2, 33 Chorus All Intramurals I, 2, -Ig qral A A . fl A . , ,- 3. 43 Sta re Crew Ig Mana 'er I 2 3 4 7 I 7 I ' ' ' , . . , f, 1 7. r ', ' f. , 1 . , -4 ,, , . w K' w I ' J fv 3 - mitrc' 5, er I I I -. .. Ch r . - 5, 43 rumurals I, 2, 5, f' " A 1 Mill" 5 , , II " I , T - 7 1 ' V 75- f -7 JI. 1 -. it 4 f -4 . 4 --. 7. . -, ,. . .. f. - - A ,, 1 1 -'I xx -H .3 I , . - I, A 1 . 1 . , '7 X. V - .7 . 5 A -U79 Y"1 5"w -7 H 5' 4 - . . -. . . I A ' . -. D I S .Y .Y ,. . , .. . IS THI' HI- A SECOND? PI ms for baccalaureate memorral and senro class banquet are proposed and drscussed at the s mor class meetmgs A speclal commnt tee IS xxorkmg on arrangements for the class flrst reumon ID I966 ORTH NIICHALI Counc1I4 Counc1IComm1ttccs I Honor Soclctx I PANKRATZ RICHARD s etball I Track I 7 4 rchestrl 7 I Han 7 1 4 Intramuralsl 7 1 I Squad leader v I Ho e room Officer I w Its About Tlme 7 76 Tebthpla The Chocolate Soldier I The Red Mlll Wlrat 1 L fe w You Cant Take It Wrtlm You 4 Councrl I Council Csommrttee I v I S mor Class Vice Presldent 4 Executne Board 4 PAL TZ XVILLIAM Basketball Z Homeroom Offreer 7 Proleetxon Staff I 7 w 4 Sound Crew w 4 PEIKERT DANIEL Counerl Committees w 4 Patrol 4 PETERS DAVID Lrbanlte 7 4 Intramurals I 7 w 4 Forcnsles I 7 Deblte I 7 v I-Iomcroom Off1cer I 7 Its About Trme 76 Tebahpll 4 Stage D mor 7 I Remember Maml 4 You Can t Take It Wltlu You 4 Council I v 4 CCDLIULII LOITlIUll'fC'CS I 7 v 4 School Vrc Prcslelent 4 Executrxc Botrd 4 Patrol 4 POLZIIN ROBERT S etblll 7 Trick I 7 lntrm 7 5 4 Debate 4 Homeroom Offlcer I 7 v I CCJLIDCII 4 Councrl COIDITIIIICCS w 4 POPO ICH IAClx Football I Intramurals I POPPI E DOROTHY Orehestrt w 4 Intramurxls w 4 Make Lp 'a Productlons w I Red Cross 4 Counc1IComm1ttees w 4 ClllOl . , . . ., , . . 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L, A - fb - W- - U . , S- ' ' 'Na N1 mol WHISTLE BLUWS, FUN STARTS Many hours of fun and excitement take place in the boys' gym after school not only for the participants. . . but also for the spec- tators Thc ingrcdients nccessdry for partici p1tion Intcrcstcd m1Ics POST WAYNE Footb1ll4 B1skctb1ll I Tcnnis I Orchcstra 4 Band I a 4 Intmmurils 7 w 4 Homcroom Offlccr 7 v 76 Icblhpll 4 Council I 7 Council Committccs it J I PUKSICI-I IOLISE Intrtmurils I Rcd Cross 4 QUASIUS RAYMOND B scb1Il7 B1skctb1ll I 7 v 4 Trfick 4 Chorus I v Cimcrl St1ff7 Squ 1d Icldcr w 4 I-Iomcroom Of ficcr 4 QUASIL S ROBERT Urbfinitc l 7 v Sports Editor v Polaris 4 Intrfimurals I 7 w 4 Homeroom Officcr 7 v Honor Society 4 REINL XVILLIAM B1sketb1ll w Triclcl 7 v 4 Polar1s4 Intramuralsl 7 C LIUCIII 7 w 4 Council Committccsl 7 1 4 Exccu t xc Boftrd 4 REITZ MARION Cxlcc Club w Intmmurils I 7 w 4 Homcroom Officcr I 7 Mfikc Up 4 Its About Timc 7 Thc cd Iwi 5 Council Committccsl 7 U 4 Chccrlefidcr 7 v 4 l RIEMERSMA AI BERT oris 4 Inrrtmurtls v 4 I-Iomcroom Officcr w Thc Rcd Mill I Rcmcmbcr Mftmfi 4 RILMERSMA FRANNIE orus 4 Clc Club 7 Intrlmurt 7 w I-Iomcroi O 1ccr w Thc Rcd Mill v . 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" . , - 7 i ' ' 7 "c 1 A: A A LITTLE NIORE POW DER Behmd the success of any talent show IS the ume and effort put forth m the applrcanon of make up Sandra Salzer and Ann Lamb are addmg the facral character to Slmone Herman SCHMIDT THOMAS Baseballl 2 3 4 Footballl 2 5 4 Baskttballl 7 Intramurals 1 2 3 4 Homeroom Offxttr I 2 7 Counul COITIITIIIILCS 2 3 4 Patrol 7 1 SCHMOLZE GLENN Baseball 3 Basketball I Homeroom Offlccr SCHOMMER JAMES Band l 2 3 Intramuralsl 2 Homeroom Offxcer Patrol 2 Usher 1 SCHROEDER LOIS Urbamte 4 Intramurals 1 2 3 4 Homeroom Offncer 1 3 4 Make Up 7 Red Cross 4 Councxl 4 Councll Com 'mttees 1 4 Sf HUG LONY Intramurals 4 SCHULIZ JANET Urbanlte 2 3 4 Art Edltor 5 Polarls 9 4 Intramurals 1 2 3 4 Homeroom Off1cer2 5 4 Councnll 4 Councxl Committees I 7 5 4 Executlve Board 4 SCHULZ LAVONNE Glee Club 4 Red Cross 4 Llbrary Assnstant 1 Scnlors 99 I , , . . , 04- , ,., 5 A ' . 4, !'Y 7 -7- Y . 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