North High School - Polaris Yearbook (Sheboygan, WI)

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Cy w A v Y X l . x x xx x - xx xx 'x X ' 1 PECPLE Dear Seniors: On behalf of the adnunrstratron of the Sheboygan Publtc Schools I extend to you greet1ngs and good wlshes You are brmglng to a close a number of years of successful exper1ences to prepare you for hte rn the modern world You have realtzed successful achteve ment tn the pursurt of the prescrtbed currrculum of the school system We belteve these exper1ences have been good and that you have a background whrch 1f used 1ud1c1ously wxll enable you to realrze a productrve and profxtable hte At thrs season of the year you W1ll have occasxon to reflect on the subject of the completron of a hlgh school career We admon1sh you to concentrate on graduattng to somethtng wh1ch w1l1 make your l1fe worth whrle A m1n1mum of emphasrs should be placed on leavmg htgh school There are many challenges ahead for you Wxth each challenge 1S an opportuntty We hope you W1ll make the most of those opportunttles whrch wrll be a credrt to you and you as one of our graduates W1ll be a cred1t to us Most stncerely LESLIE W IOHNSON Mr Lesl1eW Iohnson Supermtendent Class of 1957 Thrs lssue of the Polarrs xs a portrayal mn prose and plctures of your last year at North As you turn these pages you W1ll rel1ve the events that made thrs year an xmportant one tn your lrves You wtll agarn meet your fellow students and your teachers You wrll agatn Walk the corr1dors and enter fam1l1ar classrooms laboratorxes and shops You wrll be rerntnded of hard fought games and enloyable plays concerts and assem bl1es These memorable events are all recorded for your present and future remtnrscence Every student who has ever enrolled at North has played a part 1n developrng the tradrtrons and stand ards of our school As you exarnme thxs copy of the Polarts the effect you had on North W1ll be apparent In graduatrng you W1ll Jorn the ever rncreasmg famrly of North alumn1 whose mfluence rs felt rn all phases of communtty l1fe The success that you have rn butldxng frne lrves and the contrrbutrons that you make to the welfare of socrety W1ll be measures of the success of your school Best wrshes for useful prosperous and happy lrves Srncerely GEORGE K PETERSON Prrncrpal 8 Admnmstrohon Mr George K Peterson 1 I t 1 I , , . 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I - t. .H , 1 l , ' 4 I Faculty Tralns Youth For L1fe In A Modern World To gulde and tra1n the mrnds of today s youth tomorrow s leaders rs the respons1b1l1ty assumed by the faculty members 1n the1r capaclty as teachers The1r 1ob mvolves conslderable t1me and effort Actrng as advrsers they promote school sp1r1t talent and 1n1t1at1ve through the1r extracurncular supervxsxon of pep rall1es games dramat1cs and school commxttees Teachers selected by the pr1nc1pal rn the fall com pose the Fauulty Counc1l They handle the actrvrty fund and flnanclal budget of the school 1n add1t1on to recom mend1ng pol1c1es to the prrnclpal and approvmg the prolects of the Student Counc1l Durmg the f1rst semester of the 1956 57 school year srx new members lorned the faculty They are Mrs Borrs Blrck Mlss Kathleen We1tzel Mr Wrllram Altman Mr Robert Freld Mr Thomas Van Lreshout and Mr Ernest Vocelka Assrstrng 1n the vocal muslc department early rn the school year was Mrs Georg Larsen hese new members contmue to uphold t Jtr d1t set by all North Hrgh faculty members ne f petence 1n dustry kmdlmess a loya Llhfyrfbfs ld ROW l I l K I! lf Mr Robert Freld Mr Robert Field Mass Marne Van Drrel Mr Harlow Hennnnger Mlss Luella Elllngson Mr Rodney Gubson M ss Jane Derlrn Mr Marvun Peterson Mr Warren Wh te Mr Donald Pangborn Mr Charles Jones S Mr John Watson North Welcomes New V1ce Pr1nc1pal Thrs year We Welcome a new v1ce prmclpal M Robert Freld formerly of Mllwaukee W1scons1n to our admtnrstratrve and teachmg staff Mr F1eld came to us from Mmneapolls Where he was attend1ng the Unrver s1ty of Mrnnesota domg graduate Work toward h1s Ph D He also studled at Wrnona State Teachers College and spent f1ve years rn the Army serv1ng 1n World War II After that he returned to Wrnona f1n1shed h1s stud1es and then taught mathematrcs soc1alstud1es and sc1ence 1n Mmnesota Mr Freld s act1v1t1es rnclude bemg mn charge of a group of cadet teachers act1ng as an advlser of North s new rad1o program gu1d1ng the faculty counc1l and superv1s1ng the athletlc program and the act1v1ty pro gram Expresslng h1s rmpresslons of North H1gh he says The expemence of bemg at North lh1S year has been a very pleasurable one One feature of the school that has rmpressed me greatly 1S the excellent organlzatron of the staff for provrdrng learmng experlences for the students 1n the classrooms and also ln the area of extracurrlcular aCt1v1t1es and rnterests Admlnustrchon 9 , ' ' , . Qc J ,J . F 'ff' f'-' .J 4 M I I I U I X A . . . Q LAW NM, FQ, U MLN A . . . , I , l . , . l,-' fx Ll ,fl 1 . U 1 . I ,JV U , : Muss Vlrgrnna Worel, Mr. Arden Wandrey, ill! lb fyfc LA , ix All Nljlf I- 1 - ' T, 4.4 , .X JA, 1 . i, . , . - 0 . . . . I rl . I - I . I . I MISS DONA LEE MIELKE Ccirroll College B A Engllsh MR CHARLES lONES Un1vers1ty of W1scons1n B S M S SC1ence Drlver Educgtlon Fight Teorn Fight' M R ROBERT ROOT Wlsconsm State College at Oshkosh B S B1ology Sc1ence MR HOWARD VIETH North Central College B A UI11V9TS1lY of WISCOHSIH M S H1story C1l1ZGDSh1p MR THOMAS VAN LIESHOUT W1sconsm State College at Oshkosh B S Urnversxty ot WISCOHSIH M S Er1gl1sh The Crewcuts MR IOHN WATSON MR EDWARD GOEBEL Wtsconsm State College at Whrtewcxter B E W1sconsm Stcrte College at Mllwcxukee B S Northwestern Un1vers1ty M A Umversxty ol WISCOHSIH M S Ofhce Trcnnmg Art MISS BERNICE SCOTT MISS HELEN HERMAN Ur11vers1ty of WISCONSIN B A M A M A Umversxty of WISCOHSIH B A M A Dlrector of Guldctnce H1SlOfY Enghsh Drclmcxtlcs Guadonce Gurdeposts Precision Productloneers IO Faculty MR WARREN WHITE University of Wisconsin B S M Ph Mathematics MR ROBERT EBERT Wisconsin State College at La Crosse B S Marquette University M E Mathematics MR MARVIN PETERSON University of Wisconsin B Ph Northwestern University M A Mathematics Mathematicians All Three MR HENRY RILLING MR ROBERT GRIFFITH Winona State Teachers College B E University ot Minnesota M E Soldters of Fortune MRS DONALD CHRISTIANSEN MISS FERN SALISBURY Lawrence College B A University of Dubuque B A University of Wisconsin B L S University of Iowa M A Libranan English Citizenship MR WILLIAM ALTMAN MISS DOROTHY VEITH University of Wisconsin B A University of Wisconsin B S Librarian History Citizenshlp The Pamphlefeers Two Happy Censors Wisconsin State College at La Crosse B S Phys1cal Education Health First Aid Physical Education Health First Aid Faculty I1 ' A' - MW-.Liz . I . W ' H . z--guys' ,, t . . I U - - Ag 4, University of Wisconsin, M.S. ,'v4,M,l , . NK ,i . . . . , I, 1 1 1 1 1 - - I ' ' 1 1 MISS BEATRICE HAAN Unlverstty ol Wlsconsm B A M A HISIOIY C1t1zensh1p MR HABLOW HENNINGER Wxsconsln State College at Stevens Polnt B S Umverslty of Wxsconsm M Ph HISIOIY Political Analysts MISS IANE DERLIN VV1sconsm State College at La osse Phys1ca1 Educatxon FIYSI Ald MISS ELIZABETH MCGINNESS WISCOHSIH .state College at La C o Umversxty of M1Ch1gGn M S Phys1cal Eclucat1on Healtl' Tee for Two MR HYMAN BERMAN MR RODNEY GIBSON Wxsconsm State College at Superlor B E UIUVGFSIIY Of Wisconsin B MUS Colorado State College ot Educcltton M A Band Latm MR ERNEST VOCELKA Northland College B A MR ELDON BORN Orchestra WISCODSIH State College at Eau Clalre B E Northwestern UDIVGISIIY M A MR GEORGE LARSEN Scxence Dnver Educat1on Mathemat1cs Lawrence College B Mus Columbla Unlverslty M A Choral Mus1c Sound Action Pep' MUSIC Makers I2 Faculty MISS LUELLA ELLINGSON Univer ity ol Minnesota B S Columbia University M S American Problems History MR WILLARD WITZELING Umv rsity ol Wisconsin B S M A American Problems History Reviewing World Affairs MISS ANN PARSONS MacMurray College B A Typewritrng Business English MRS. ROLAND LORENZ Wisconsin State College at Whitewater, B.E. Shorthand Typewriting MR. ALBIN THALACKER Wisconsin S ate College at Whitewater xB.E. Northwestern University, M,A. ' MRS BORIS BLICK University ol Wisconsin Padcllfte College M A French MISS KATHLEEN WEITZEL University of Wisconsin B S Spanish English Foreign Intrigue MR LAURANCE ROCK Wisconsin State College at Oshkos Metals Drawing Electricity MR. ARDEN WANDREY Wisconsin State College at Oshkosh, B.E Northwestern University M,A. Woodworking MR. DONALD PANGBORN Stout Institute B.S. University of Minnesota, M.S. Business Training, Bookkeeping if, Printing, Drawing A Take a Letter." - "Whats the Plan, Man?4' MR ARNOLD RHIEL Wlsconsrn State College at lirver Falls B A Engl1sh Speecn MISS MARIE VAN DRIEL Carroll College B A Unlversrty of New Mexnco M A Enghsh MRS IAMES BETTIN Wrsconsrn State College at Oshkosh B S Englrsh Thank y u157r Golahdrrf' 6 MRS GEORGE LARSEN Lawrence College B Mus Vocal Mus1c MRS WILLARD WITZELING Wlsconsm State College at Whrtewater B S Unrversxty of Wlsconsln M Ph Engllsh Morning Medffoflon MR CARL ENGER MISS CLARA BRAUN Umversrty ol Wlsconsm B S M S Un1vers1ty of Wlsconsln B S Chemxstry Phys1cs Foods Fundamentals of Nursmg Home Trcnnmg MR LESLIE STOVALL Wrsconsrn S ate College at Plattevrlle B E MISS VIRGINIA WOREL Northwestern Unrversrty M A Umverslly of Wlsconsln B S Blology Sclence Clothlng Cherrustry See you lcrfer ollagofor Fobrlc Fushroneers l4 Faculty , , . . . fl," .I VA. I I ,.. -1 -1 . . ' " I ,' Lf!' 9 !'. ' " a ,I a V ' , I -N L .- ' I A 1' I ,z ' ,,, ., A ' il' J 1 ',.. .ff ,Y J. 11 i 14 I . I . I . I . . . A . L , ,. K I . I . 1 , . ' 1 ' ' -M , .... 1 MR ROLAND LOHIUS Umverslty of W1sconsm B S M S D1rector of Pup1l Personnel MRS DONALD STIEBER Kohler Methodxst Hosp1tal R N School Nurse Checkvng the Pom ond fhe Cure MISS ERNA SCHULSE MISS MAE STEINBRUECKER MRS ROBERT BERG The NHS Broodcosfmg Company WALTER GUETHER CARL MALAR NORBERT KOPPELMANN MRS 0-TTILIA BECKER HENRY LUBACH IOHN KARSNICK MRS HU.-DA VOSS Posing for c: prcrure Time fo Shine I Faculty and Stuf? 15 L - - . MR. q ' 'u I I V - MR. ' ' A MR.WooDRoW SONNEMAN , ' , S, A- Y. A A j MR. A ' I A A u A MR. X , A . 'XL A . MR. - A on . ' Sen1ors B1d Fmal Farewell To Underclassmen Dear Students We the Sen1ors havxng experlenced four wonderful years at North Hlgh s1ncerely extend to you the student body our best wlshes for much success ln your remarnlng years here Lookrng back on our freshman year we can havrng reached graduatron we are faclng the future and many brldges have to be crossed before we reach our goals Some of us have grown r1ch 1n knowledge broadened by exper1ence and adult 1n our out look on l1fe because of what we have learned both 1n and out of school Others of us who d1d not thrnk that learnlng mattered much w1sh now that we had taken our educatron more serrously But one thlng that we all have rn common IS that we are graduates of North Hlgh School and w1ll always remember 1t w1th fond affectlon As we graduate we graduate not only as mn drvlduals but as a class and wxll always be re membered as such The honors wh1ch were g1ven to outstandmg senrors we all take prmde rn be 16 Sensors cause w1thout our cooperatlon many of these opportunltres would not have been avallable We wlsh to thank the past graduatlng Classes who have paved the way for us We hope that we mn some way w1ll also be able to help the Your years 1n hlgh school are some of the best rn your hte and can never be rehved Take part 1n extracurrxculcrr act1v1t1es whlch center around your mterests support Norths sports forens1cs and muslcal events and attend the soc1al func t1ons Remember 1n order to gam somethlng worthwhrle you have to glve a part of yourself You the student body are the most rmportant part of North s actxvxhes and w1thout you they would fa1l Now as we walk through the sh1n1ng halls on our last day of school we brd a farewell to all those who have shared tn makxng our four years at North unforgettable Sxncerely The Class of 57 .. A ' ' Y wt I V f Q . , I I I remember how distant graduation seemed. Now, future classes of North. - - - . ' I ' - . I I I ' I ' I . - I . I I I A , 1 I I I I . I ' I - MARILYN ALEX Ouret ond unobtrusrve, but her presence rs felt Chorus Glee Club Urbamte Intramurals Sweethearts Councrl Commlttees Usher IOAN ALTERGOTT A gentle, kindly heart hos s e, olwoys trrendly os can be Chorus Glee Club Urban1teTyprng drtor Intramurals Homeroom Offlcer Make Up Commrtte Sweethearts Councrl Commrttees HARLEY ANDERSON Never trouble trouble tlll trouble troubles you Baseball Basketball Intramurals Squad Leader Homeroom Offrcer Stage Crew Trme Out for Glnger I Rememb r Mamma 26 Tebahpla Councrl Councrl Commrttees RICHARD ARNOLDI l never thrnlc of the future, lt comes soon enough Semor Transfer from Kohler Intramurals EILENE BAKER Short rn stature ond sweet rn manner Chorus Polarrs Intramurals Make Up Commrttee Sweethearts Councrl Commrttees if li IAMES BAUMGART Sports ore rn hrs blood Baseball Football Basketball Intramurals KATHERINE BEFUS Srncerrty rs the cornerstone to frrendshrp Glee Club T1cketComm1tte Councrl Councrl Commxttees Usher PAUL BENNIN Srlent efforts move the world Basketball Intramurals Homeroom Oifrcer Stage Crew ALLAN BERMAN Three good quolrtres personality, omlobllrty and capability Baseball Football Urbamte Polarls Edltor ln Chref Intramurals Homeroom Oitrcer Iunror Krwanran Trcket T am You Can t Take It Wrth You Honor SOCIEIY Councll Counc11Commxttees Badger Boys State Executrve Board LINDA BLEVONS Sober but not serious, quiet but not rdle Orchestra Band Urbamte Co Photography Edrtor Intramurals, Camera Staff, Forensrcs Council Committees, Library Assistant. Seniors I7 IUDITH BOLL Laugh and the world laughs with you Glee Club Urhamte Polaris Intramurals Squad Leader Homeroom Ofhcer Tlcket Team Red Cross 26 Tebahpla Sweethearts Councxl Councxl Cornmxttees School Treasurer Executive Board Honor Soctety GARY BRETZMANN Smrle and be folly to worry ts o y Football Tenms Intramurals Squad Leader Homeroom Otfxcer Councll Councxl Commxttees Manager WILLIAM BROCK Tomorrow rs too late, live today Football Intramurals Homeroom Ofhcer Counctl Commxttees ALAN BRUNNBAUER A friendly lad, full of fun always nice to everyone Intramurals THOMAS BUTEYN He s a quiet man but quite a man' Chorus Homeroom Ofhcer Sweethearts Manager I8 Sensors MARIGENE CARPENTER A camera queen rs our Martgene Urbamte Co Photography Edxtor Intramurals Camera Stall Council Commlttees Ltbrary Assxstant DONNA CESAR The world rs full of fun and lrolrc Glee Club Urbamte Intramurals Homeroom Offlcer Councll Commlttees Cheerleader Lxbrary Assxstant KAREN CHRISTIANSEN Dlmple In her chan, mtschtef wrthm Chorus Glee Club Urbanxte Polarls Intramurals I-'orensxcs Homeroom Otfzcer 26 Tebahpla Sweethearts I Remember Mama Lxttle Women A Roomlul ot Roses Councll Commlttees VIVIAN CLARICH She loves her pamtmg she loves her art IU makrng things pretty, shell do her part Orchestra Urbamte Make Up Commxttee Tlcket Team 26 Tebahpla Councrl Commlttees Usher Llbrary Assxstant EUGENE CONGER Rhythm rs hrs business Orchestra Band Urbamte Intramurals Forensxcs Homeroom Oiixcer Trcket Team 26 Tebahpla Sweethearts Little Women Councxl Commxttees I I I I I 1 I - I , ' ' I I I I I I I , I I . .. II' . I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I v I I I I - I - I I I I I I 1 I 1 I I Make-Up Committee, Ticket Team, I I I I I I ' I I V I Y I I I I - I I I I - . . . I I I I I I I nu I I: an I :I I .. I., ' ' I GEORGE CONRAD lt's better to be small and shine than to be big and cast a shadow. Bas ball Football Chorus Intramurals Squad Leader Homeroom Offrcer Stage Crew Tlcket Commrttee It s About Txme Councxl Councll Commlttees Manager ROGER CROCKER Athlete, scholar, heart of gold much fame for him this life will hold Football Basketball Track Intramurals Squad Leader Homeroom Offxcer Councrl Council Commxttees School Vrce Prestdent Safety Patrol BETTY DEN BOER Neatness is her motto Intramurals Make Up Committee Red Cross Councxl Commtttees RICHARD DEXHEIMER A man of silence is a man of sense Chorus Polarrs Intramurals Squad Leader Trcket Team 26 Tebahpla Sweethearts Councrl Councll Commtttees MARY DIEDERICH Gifted in music, and pretty, too she always has a smile for you Orchestra Chorus Urbamte Polaris Intramurals Homeroom Ofixcer Make Up Commtttee Trcket Team It s About 'l'1me Sweethearts Councll CouncxlComm1ttees PETER DIX Silence is one great art ol conversation. Intramurals Council Commrttees PATRICIA DOPKE Forensics, debates, and plays with all these our Patricia does amaze Urbanxte Intramurals I-'orenstcs Debate I-Iomeroom Othcer Make Up Commlttee Trcket Team Co Captam You Can t Take It Wrth You I Remember Mama Lxttle Women A Roomful ot Roses Honor Socxety Counctl Counc1lComm1ttees Senror Class Treasurer GAIL DORTMAN There s a rainbow around her shoulders Urbantte Intramurals Red Cross WILLIAM DOYLE A right good Irishman through and through his qualities are many his faults are few Chorus Intramurals Homeroom Officer It s About Trme Red Mrll Sweethearts Councxl Councrl Commlttees Manager PATRICIA EGGEBEEN Trusted by those who know her well, her friendship is more than words can tell Urbamte Polarrs Intramurals Homeroom Otfrcer Make Up Commtttee Councrl Commxttees Seniors 'I9 I 6 . . - . , r . . - , . . , 7 , . , , . . . . . . , . . . . . . . I - ' I l . . . ' I - .. . . .. . .. .. .. . .. . f , . . , . 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I ur 1 - ur nu an I ' I i , . . , RACHEL EGGEBEEN Not quiet, nor loud, nor short, nor tall but a pleasant combrnatron of them all Chorus Urbamte Polans Intramurals FOFEHSICS Debate Homeroom Oftlcer Counc1l Counc1lComm1tte s Honor Soclety PATRICIA EHLERT A pretty grrl rs like a melody Chorus Glee Club Intramurals Squad Leader Homeroom Officer Usher lUDY EISOLD Smrles wtn the heart, ment wins the soul Glee Club Urbamte Polarxs Lxterary Edxtor Intramurals Tlcket Team Homeroom Otftcer Make Up Commxttee 26 Tebahpla I Remember Mama Txme Out For Gmger Sweethearts Counctl Councxl Commtttees IEANETTE ENDE Modesty knocks at the door of success selt confidence opens rt Chorus Polarxs Intramurals Homeroom Otfxcer Make Up Committee Trcket Commtttee Ttcket Team Tlme Out For Gmger I Remember Mama Lxttle Women Counctl Commrttees Lxbrary Assrstant GWEN ENGEL She s o pleasure, a treasure a joy wtthout measure Senxor Transfer from Madrson Glee Club Intramurals Homeroom Ofhcer 20 Sensors 1 THOMAS ENTRINGER Just gnve htm a camera, and he s all set Orchestra Polarrs Co Photography Edrtor Camera Staff Red Mrll Sweethearts Manager IULIE ESCH An artvst rs she, strll greater to be Chorus Urbanrte Polans Art Edrtor Intramurals Forensrcs Squad Leader Homeroom Othcer Trcket Team Co Captam 26 Tebahpla lt s About Tlme What A Lxte Lxttle Women A Roomlul oi Roses Honor Soclety Councll Councxl Commrttees SHIRLEY FELSINGER To be young at heart rs to be happy Glee Club Urbamte Polans Intramurals Debate What A Lxte Stage Door Councxl Commrttees Usher Lrbrary Asststant NANCY FESSLER Young enough to be intrigued by life old enough to be mtrtgutng Urbanxte Clrculatxon Edxtor Polarrs Intramurals Forensics Debate Homeroom Ofhcer Make Up Commxtt e Ticket Team Co Captaln 26 Tebahpla It s About Tlme What A Lrte Lxttle Women A Roomtul ot Roses Executrve Board Councrl Councll Commlttees PATRICIA FESSLER A frrend rn need rs a frrend nndeed Chorus Intramurals Homeroom Othcer Sweethearts Che rleader 1 ' 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 I ' ' .I . , el . I I 1 1 1 1 1 1 , , I 1 1 1 1 ' 11 ' 1 1 1 1 I f , . . . 1 1 1 . 1 1 . - -D . . , , .., 1 - . . t 1 l ' I I W .. 11' e I t RAYMOND FESSLER Hrs mmd rs hrs kingdom, his will rs hrs law Orchestra Intramurals Forensxcs Debate Homeroom Ottrcer Txcket Team Co Captaxn 25 Tebahpla Red Mxll Sweethearts I Rem mber Mama Lrttle Women A Roomtul ot Roses Executrve Board Honor Socrety Councxl Councml Committees IOANN FIEBIG Wrllnng, studrous dependable, could anyone be more commendable9 Chorus Glee Club Polaris Forenslcs Trcket Team Lxttle Women 26 Tebahpla Trme Out For Gmger You Can t Take It Wxth You Sweethearts I Remember Mama A Roomful of Roses Honor SOCIEQY Executwe Board Councxl CAROL FLEURY Music has charm, and so has she together they make good compan Chorus Intramurals Homeroom Oftrcer Make Up Comn-nttee Z6 Tebahpla Sweethearts ROGER FROEHLICH He most prevails who nobly dares Baseball Football Basketball Tenms Intramurals Homeroom Oiflcer Councrl Councrl Commrttees ELIZABETH FUERST As mce a grrl as you could see, and always true as she can be Urbanxte Intramurals Homeroom Ofhcer Make Up Comrnxttee Council Committees Tlcket Team Honor SOCISIY MARLENE GEHRIG A natural grace plus a pretty lace Polarrs Intramurals Squad Leader Make Up Commlttee Counczl Commltt es RONALD GESSL A likeable fellow with an Interest rn sports Baseball Chorus Intramurals Squad Leader Homeroom Ottrcer Sweethearts EUGENE GOLDBERG Beware' I may do somethmg great yet' Football Tenms Orchestra Band Polarxs Bus1ness Edltor Intramurals Homeroom Ofhcer It s About Tlme Swe thearts What A Lute Councrl Councrl Commlttees Safety Patrol PEARL GOLDMAN Everywhere she meets you, she has a smile to greet you Glee Club Intramurals Forensrcs Homeroom Ofhcer Trcket Commxttee Councrl Commxttees IAMES GOODMAN He wlll excel In everything he undertakes In lrfe Football Track Golf Chorus Polans Sports Edltor Homeroom Oiircer Ticket Team 26 T bahpla Sweethearts Honor Society Sensors 21 .. 9 ..' ., . , . - . . . , , . . rr - 11 l I 1 . . . . , .. .. ' . V Council Committees. Y .V I I .. .1 I ' l ' ' ' ' V 1 ' ' , " " 1 nl 1 . 11 . , . I t ' 1 I 1 . . . . , V . , ' ' 1 I 1 1 . ' I ' ' ' 1 1 , . ANITA GORTER She has the mrldest manner and the gentlest heart Intramurals T1cketCommxttee Red Cross IOHN GROLLMUS Today we have htm, tomorrow the world garns htm Football Basketball Track Orchestra Band Intramurals Squad Leader Homeroom Othcer 26 Tebahpla Sweeth arts Councxl Councll Commxttees School Presxdent Tzcket Team Honor Socrety IUDITH GROMOLL A happy dtsposrtlon IS a gtft of nature Urbanlte Intramurals Red Cross Councrl Commlttees LEE GROSSKOPF The world and I get along lust frne Urbanxte Intramurals Safety Patrol Library Asslstant ROBERT GUTSCHOW Handsome rs as handsome does Baseball Football Basketball Track Intramurals Homeroom Ottxcer Tick t Team Council 22 Seniors ERIC HANSEN How great a thang ts wisdom Chorus Urbanxte Art Edxtor Forensics Debate Homeroom Oltrcer Stage Crew Trcket Team Co Captaxn Councrl Council Committees Executxve Board Honor Socrety CHARLES HEALD Il I say less, I hear more Basketball Track Chorus Intramurals CAROL HELD Quret, helpful, and pleasant, too wrllmg to be of servrce to you Glee Club Councxl Councll Commxttees GERALD HERBER He s what we mean when we say an all rtght guy Football Basketball Intramurals Homeroom Othcer Councxl Council Commxttees KAY HILPERTSHAUSER Silence as more eloquent than words Chorus Make Up Commxttee Council Committees . . - I , I ' 1 I I . ' An It , I . - . , , I . I . .. B ,. . - . , - 1 .I - - .1 I Ah ' II , . I . . . . . I ' I I . . . . . f . ' e '. FRANCES HILTGEN She alms to please Polarrs Make Up Committee Councxl Commrttees Library Anutant PATRICIA HOOPMAN A cheerful lass, full ol fun always mce to everyone Intramurals I-'orensrcs Homeroom thcer Make Up Commxttee Txcket Team Co Captain Councrl Councrl Comrmttees STANLEY HORN My brrllrant career has not yet begun until then, I ll just have un Baseball Chorus Intramurals 26 Tebahpla Sweethearts ANNE IENSEN Lovely to look at delrghtful to know Chorus Polarrs Intramurals Homeroom Ofhcer Txcket Team It s About Txme 26 Tebahpla Councrl Councxl Commxttees Executrve Board ALINE IOHNSON She rs small, but we don t mmd, she has more pep than the brgger kind Polarls Intramurals Horneroom Otixcer Make Up Commrttee 26 Tebahpla Councxl Councrl Commxtteel Ch erleader LOUISE IOHNSON Wnth her flashing eyes and curly harr she laces lrle wrthout a care Polarrs Intramurals Homeroom Otfxcer Make Up Commnttee Txcket Team 26 Tebahpla Councxl Commrttees Cheerleader MARY IOHNSON Neat, sweet, and so petite Chorus Glee Club Intramurals Hom room Ofhcer Councrl Councxl Commrttees IANE IOSEPHSON Her ways are quiet and her purpose steady Chorus Intramurals T1cketComm1ttee Trcket Team Red Cross Usher DAVID IUNG An rndustrlous person achreves the hrghest rung on the ladder of success Baseball Football Galt Intramurals Debate Homeroom Officer Councrl Councrl Commxttees Manager IARICE KAESERMANN As pleasant as can be Intramurals Txcket T am Red Cross Lrbrary Assxstant Sensors 23 IANICE KARL Energy wrll do anything that can be done ln thts world Urbamte Intramurals Homeroom Offxcer Counctl Counctl Commxttees Executrve Board MARY KEIL A fraendly gurl with a btg heart, who grves a smile and does her part Glee Club Intramurals Homeroom Olhcer Red Cross Councxl Commxttees DONNA KEPPERT She rs one swell girl we must admit Glee Club Polarxs Intramurals Homeroom Ofhcer Make Up Commxttee Council Commxttees Usher Ticket Team THOMAS KLAUCK Twinkle twmkle, athletic star, what a bashtul boy you are' Semor Transler lrom Kiel Baseball Football Intramurals Homeroom Ollxcer CHARLES KNOCKE I care not for the rdle state I love action strong and great Football Basketball Track Tennrs Urbamte Sports Edrtor Squad Lead Homeroom Ofhcer Txcket Team 26 Tebahpla , Councll, Council Committees, School President, Badger Boys' State, Honor Society, 24 Seniors IOHN KOENIG He rates, orates, and debates Polarxs Intramurals Debate Sweethearts Councrl Commxtt es Txclret Team PETER KOKEN Lute rs what you make lt the world IS how you take rt Football Basketball Tenms Band Intramurals Camera Staii Debate Homeroom Otfxcer Prolectlon Stafi 26 Tebahpla Councxl Councrl Commrttees lumor Krwaman IUDITH KOLSTE Those who have fun are fun to be wnth Glee Club Urbanrte Polans Intramurals Homeroom OIIICEI' Make Up Commtttee I Remember Mama Councxl Committees Ush r RICHARD KRAUS Every man rs the archltect of hrs own fortune Baseball Chorus Polcrxs Intramurals Camera Staff Homeroom Ofllcer Ticket Team Co Captam 26 Tebahpla Counctl Commxttees Senxor Class Vice Presxdent Safety Patrol Honor SOCIGIY EDWIN KRENKE The mnldest manner has he Orchestra Band 26 Tebahpla IANET KREUTER She'll win fame with a crayon and her brain. Urbanite, "ZS Tebahpla", Honor Society, Council Committees, Ticket Team Captain, "You Can't Take It With You", Little Women I Remember Mama IUDITH LANDGRAF Full of fun and rormg to go Glee Club Intramurals Red Cross Council Committees MARY IO LANGE Jumping high, tumbling low both are great with Mary ,lo Urbanrte Intramurals Debate Ticket Team Red Cross Council Committees Library Assistant RICHARD LAUE Live, love, and be happy Homeroom Officer It s About Time The Red Mill Council Council Committees Manager ROBIN LAUSON Music rs her specialty Orchestra Chorus Gle Club Forensics Hcmeroom Officer Make Up Committee Sweethearts What A Life I Remember Mama Little Women A Roomful of Roses Honor Society Council Committees Ticket Team DIANE LEEK She's sunshine on a cloudy day. Chorus, Urbanite Prootreading Editor, Polaris, Intramurals, Debate, "ZS Tebahpla", "Sweethearts", Council Committees, Ticket Team. LORRAINE LEIBHAM It s nrce to be natural when you re naturally nfce Chorus Intramurals Squad Leader I-Iomeroom Officer Ticket Team Co Captain Honor Society Council Council Committees School Secretary Usher ELVA LEITL Brains, pep, and loads of fun a swell combrnatron all in one Glee Club Intramurals Squad Leader I-Iomeroom Officer Make Up Committee 26 Tebahpla You Can t Take It With You Council Council Committees Cheerleader THOMAS LEONHARDT A most quiet but most likeable fellow Orchestra Band Intramurals Squad Leader I-Iomeroom Officer 26 Tebahpla Council Council Committees Safety Patrol Ticket Team IOHN LEVERENZ A fellow of few words Football Track Chorus Intramurals Homeroom Officer Council Committees Seniors 25 . . . A 7 I . . r Basketball, Chorus, Urbanite, Intramurals, , , , e I - I . I. . . A I LAUREN LEYS A little mischief now and then is relished by the best of men. Football, Tennis, Intramurals, Homeroom Officer, Council, Council Committees RICHARD LIVINGSTON He has vim, vigor, ancl vitality Baseball Football Basketball Track Band Intramurals Trcket Team 26 Tebahpla Counctl Commrttees PHILIP LOBES Small in stature, but not in mind Intramurals 26 Tebahpla KAREN LOEBBAKA Her ways are of pleasantness Urbamte Polarts Intramurals Homeroom Oiflcer Make Up Commlttee Counctl Commxttees DARLA LOFY Not as quiet as she seems Polarrs Intramurals Homeroom Oflrcer Make Up Commlttee It s About Trme Councrl Counctl Commrttees 26 Seniors IAMES LORENZ Speech is great, but silence is greater Baseball, Basketball, Intramurals, Homeroom Oflicer. LAUREEN LUBACH Terrific gal we all agree Glee Club Polaris Intramurals Squad Leader Make Up Commxttee Councxl Commxttees Tlcket Team DENNIS LUECKE Steady, reliable worthy of praise Chorus Urbamte Polans Intramurals I-Iomeroom Ollrcer 25 Tebahpla Sweethearts Councxl Councxl Commxttees Iumor Klwaman Txcket Team MARLYS LUGG lt s a friendly heart that has many friends Chorus Intramurals Homeroom Ofhcer Sweethearts GERALD LUTZ l mean hey, you guys, thats 'azz' Basketball Tenms Orchestra Band Intramurals Squad Leader Homeroom Oihcer Txcket Team 26 Tebahpla Red Mlll Sweethearts Councll Commxttees Safety Patrol Iuruor Klwanxan 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 - 1 - . I , ' ' 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 , . 1 1 1 , , 1 1 1 . 11 v - 11 , , I 1 1 1 1 - I I 1 1 ' 1 I . ' 1 1 1 , . IO ANN LUTZ A little girl with a smiling face whose every motion is lull of grace. Chorus, Glee Club, Polaris, Intramurals, Homeroom Officer, Red Cross, "26 Tebahpla", "Sweethearts", Council, Council Committees. BEVERLY MAERCKLEIN A friendly girl with pleasant ways Intramurals Make Up Committee Councrl Committees MARY MAFFERT This lass so neat with smiles so sweet Glee Club Intramurals I-Iomeroom Officer Make Up Committee Red Cross Council Committees THOMAS MANNING Ah, school l came, I saw, l conquered' Baseball Football Basketball Golf Band Urbamte Sports Edltor Intramurals D hate Homeroom Officer Ticket Team It s About Time 26 Tebahpla What A Lite I Remember Mama Council Council Commxtte s Executive Board RICHARD MATZDORF l don t let studies interfere with my education Basketball Homeroom Officer Manager ORLAND MEINHARDT A man of silent virtues. Library Assistant. ERNEST MEISE lf silence were golden he d be a millionaire Football Intramurals MARIORIE MEYER The life with a smile is the life worthwhile Chorus Intramurals MARY MICHELS Nice to look at, but nicer to know Chorus Polaris Intramurals Homeroom Officer Make Up Committee Ticket Team Red Cross Council Councll Committees ROGER MILLER Oh, why should life all labo e9 Chorus Intramurals Se mors 2 7 MARIORIE MOHS Thought rs reflected by stlence Band Intramurals Usher LOIS MOUNTAIN Shes a mountain of frrendllness Glee Club Urbanlte Polaris Intramurals Make Up Committee Red Cross Council Committees MARY MURTHA Generally speaking she s generally speaking Chorus Glee Club Urbanrte Polaris Intramurals Homeroom Officer Make Up Committee The Red Mill Sweethearts Council Committees Cheerleader LINDA MUUSS Ambrtfon rs her middle name rust wart and see her rrse to fame Urbamte Co News Editor Urbamte Press Release Editor Intramurals Forensrcs Homeroom Officer Make Up Committee Ticket Team It s About Time Z6 Tebahpla Sweethearts I Remember Mama Little Women What A Life Council Committees Honor Soctety IUDITH NEILS Silence is the herald of joy. Ticket Committee, Red Cross Usher, Library Assistant. 28 Seniors ELSIE NEUWIRTH Her smrle rs lrke a magnet rt draws a new friend every time Chorus Glee Club Intramurals Homeroom Officer Make Up Committee Red Cross Councll Council Committees Usher GEOBGE NEWBURG Without a doubt he s a very good scout Baseball Basketball Intramurals Homeroom Officer Basketball Broadcaster BETTY NEWMAN Her modesty vs a citadel Urbamte Polarls Intramurals Homeroom Officer Make Up Committee Council Commxtte s Usher Honor Society IAY NYHUIS The man wlth an enthusfastrc singing nature Football Track Chorus Intramurals Squad Leader Homeroom Officer Ticket Team 26 Tebahpla Sweethearts You Cant Take It With You Council Council Commlttees Honor Society DENNIS O NEIL Work? Where have I heard that word before? Baseball, Football, Basketball, Intramurals. DAVID ORTH i'Sometimes I'm wise . . . sometimes l'm otherwise." Intramurals, Library Assistant. DON OSTERGAARD Hrs work fn track was never slack Football Basketball Track Intramurals Squad Leader Homeroom Officer Council Council Committees HENRY OTTE For not to lrve at ease rs not to lwe Chorus Intramurals Homeroom Officer Sweethearts Council Council Committees IAMES OTTEN Lucky and happy folly and free, nothing rs there that bothers me Sweethearts Council Council Committees BARBARA PACKER Pretty to walk wrth, witty to talk with Urbanite Polaris Intramurals Homeroom Officer Ticket Team Council Council Committees School Secretary Honor Society IOSEPH PEIKERT "My life would be done if l couldn't have fun." Intramurals, I-Iomeroom Officer, "The Red Mill", Council Committees. LOIS PETASNICK There s a merry twmkle rn her eye Glee Club Polaris Intramurals Forensics Debate Make Up Committee 26 Tebahpla Council Committees ROBERT POPOVICH A quiet worker who gafns hrs goal wrth no unnecessary fuss Football Golf Intramurals Council Committees EVA POSSELIUS Moves lrke a goddess, looks luke a queen Foreign Exchange Student Urbanlte Make Up Committee Ticket Team Honor Society Council Council Committees KATHRYN PRALLE Brams and ambrtron are the foundatron of success Urbanite Polaris Intramurals Squad Leader Homeroom Officer Ticket Team Co Captain Honor Society Council Counc1lComm1ttees School Treasurer Che rleader Executive Board Seniors 29 1 ' , Chorus, Intramurals, Homeroom Officer, l ' I ' -- H ' Polaris, Intramurals, Squad Leader, 9 . THEODORE PRANGE Nothing is impossible to a willing heart. Football, Chorus, Intramurals, Homeroom Officer, "The Red Mill". KATHLEEN PRICE A lrght heart ltves longer Urbanite Polaris Intramurals Homeroom Offtcer Make Up Committee Red Cross Council Council Committees IANICE PULS She s a lrkeable grrl with a genial character Glee Club Intramurals Homeroom Officer Make Up Committee Red Cross Council Committees BRENDA RABINOVITZ One of her smtles now and then wtll turn the hearts of many men Urbanite Polaris Intramurals It s About Time I Remember Mama Council Council Committees Cheerleader Honor Society Executive Board lOAN RANNIKER Galety and pleasure grve her life a tang Intramurals Council Committees Ush r 30 Seniors IAMES RAPPEL He may be shy, but what a guy! Intramurals, Homeroom Officer. IEROME REINKE He never knows worry or sorrow what s not done today can wart ttl tomorrow Intramurals Stage Crew IUDITH REINL Brown harr, blue eyes, quick step here IS a grrl with lots of pep Chorus Urbamte Intramurals I-Iomeroom Officer Make Up Committee Ticket Team Council Committees Cheerleader DIANE REMY This dancing miss wall go afar, for she has httchecl her wagon to a star Chorus Intramurals Squad Leader Homeroom Offzcer Ticket Committee Ticket Team It s About Time 26 Tebahpla Council Council Committees Honor Society IAMES RESNICK Oh gave us a man who smgs while he works Football Track Chorus Homeroom Officer 26 Tebahpla The Red Mill - z f Homeroom Officer, "26 Tebahpla", ' , ' ' , . ! . ROBERT RIDDELL Give me heights grve me sports, gave me athletics of all sorts Football Basketball Track Squad Leader Homeroom Officer Ticket Team 26 Tebahpla Council Council Committees RUSSELL RIES And now I shall leave this realm of boyhood Intramurals Protection Staff Council Committees Manager GEORGE ROCK He s rather short and rather small, but he keeps right up with those who are tall Intramurals Debate Homeroom Offic r Manager lunior Rotarian PETER ROESS He'll 'tackle anything. Baseball, Football, Basketball, Track, Chorus, Urbanite Intramurals, Homeroom Officer, Projection Staff, "It's About Time", T26 Tebahpla", "The Red Mill", "Sweethearts" Council, Council Committees Iunior Rotarian. IUDITI-I ROTH A happy lass is she . . . full of pep and energy. Glee Club, Intramurals, Homeroom Officer, Make-Up Committee, Council, Council Committees, Usher. NATALIE RUDNICK Her investment in kindness will never fall Glee Club Polaris Intramurals Debate Make Up Committee 26 T bahpla Council Council Committees Library Assistant IANET RUDOLPH Sweet and pert and fun to know Orchestra Band Urbamte Polaris Index Editor Intramurals Homeroom Officer Ticket Team It s About Time Council Council Committees Senior Class S cretary IEAN SAINT She s capable, friendly brilliant oo, there :sn t a thing she can t do Urbanite Editor in Chief News Editor Polaris Intramurals Forensics Debate Homeroom Otlicer Ticket Team Co Captain What A Lite I Remember Mama Little Women You Can t Take With You Honor Soc: ty Council Council Commlttees Senior Class President WILLIAM SALINSKY The fads he wears, it's plain to see, are very nice and so is he. Urbanite, Intramurals, Homeroom Officer Council, Council Committees. WILLIAM SCHAEFER Sleep is the best cure for waking troubles. Baseball, Football, Intramurals, Council Committees, Library Assistant. Seniors 31 CAROL SCHELWAT Always the same In sunshine or ram Urbamte Polans Intramurals Homeroom Ofhcer Red Cross Councxl Commlttees KENNETH SCHIEBLE Worry and I have never met Intramurals Stage Crew 26 Tebahpla Tlme Out For Ginger What A Life You Cant Take It Wxth You I Remember Mama LOIS SCHMIDT How far that lrttle candle throws Its beams' Urbamte Intramurals Squad Leader I-Iomeroom Ofhcer Councll Council Commrttees Cheerleader DONNA SCHNELLE A goodly gift IS a quiet girl Band Polarxs Intramurals Council Commxttees Usher EUGENE SCHRIMPF He laughs hrs troubles away Intramurals 32 Sensors BEVERLY SCHUETTE A prfm and proper little lady Chorus Glee Club Homeroom Officer Make Up Commxttee Sweethearts Counctl Commxttees SUELLEN SCHULTE She s cute as a krtten Orchestra Band Polarrs Intramurals D bale Homeroom Ofhcer 26 Tebahpla Councll Commxttees Honor Society ANN SCI-IULTZ The hrghest degree of earthly happiness rs quietness Chorus Glee Club Intramurals Red Cross CouncxlComm1ttees Usher IRENE SCHULZ Liked here, lrked there, lrked everywhere Urbanlte Polarxs Intramurals Homeroom Oihcer Make Up Commxttee Counctl Commxttees Usher ROBERT SCHULZ He sees life through a camera lens Polaris Co Photography Edltor Intramurals Camera Staff, Homeroom Ofhcer Txcket Team EVONNE SCHWALLER She s shy patrent, and demure Chorus Glee Club Intramurals Homeroom Officer Council Committees Ushe RONALD SIEGL Well trmed sllence hath more eloquence than speech Intramurals Debate Homeroom Officer Council Council Committees MARLENE SILVIS A happy lass rs she and full of rngenurty Glee Club Urbanite Polaris Intramurals D bate I-Iomeroom Officer Make Up Committee Ticket Team Red Cross Council Committees Sweethearts I Remember Mama KATHRYN SIMS True to her words, her books, her frrends Band Urbanite Press Releas Editor Intramurals Homeroom Officer Ticket Team Co Captain 26 Tebahpla Honor Society Council Committees MARILYNN SORENSON When you're pretty and the world is fair, why be bothered with a thought or care? Chorus, Glee Club, Urbanite, Intramurals Squad Leader, Make-Up Committee Ticket Team, "Sweathearts" Council Committees. DIANE SOUCHECK A krnd heart rs a lountam ot gladness Chorus Glee Club Intramurals Make Up Commtttee Council Committees IUDITH STEGEMEYER A pleasant young miss with fun lovrng ways Glee Club Intramurals Mak Up Committee Counci Committees SHARON STEGEMEYER A small and quret lass whose cheerful manner you can t surpass Glee Club Polaris Intramurals I-Iomeroom Officer Make Up Committee Ticket Team Council Committees CAROLANN STEINER Qualrty of product her key to success Chorus Glee Club Urbanite Feature Edltor Polaris Intramurals Forensics Debat I-Iomeroom Oihcer Txcket Team Co Captam Red Cross 26 Tebahpla Honor Soclety Council Committees RALPH STEINHAUS All things are accomplished by diligence and labor. Basketball, Track, Golf, Orchestra, Polaris, Intramurals, Camera Staff Forensics, Debate, Ticket Team, "The Red Mill" "Sweethearts" Council Committees. Seniors 33 IUDITH STOLTZMANN Shy wfth strangers, gay with friends Forensxcs Make Up Commxttee Usher Llbrary Assxstant IANET STRAK Worthy IS the girl who has the gsft of makmg frlends Chorus Glee Club Polarxs Hom room Ofircer Make Up Commlttee Txcket Commrttee I Remember Mama Sweethearts Councxl Councxl Committees Library I-lssxstant IAY STRIGEL From hstemng comes wisdom Squad Leader I-Iomeroom Ofhcer ROBERT SWANSON Yessfree, our hrgh scoring center was he Football Basketball Track Intramurals Homeroom Oihcer ROBIN SYMES Modest and sweet, she can t be beat Forergn Exchange Student Urbanrte Intramurals Make Up Commtttee Txcket Team Honor Socxety Counctl Councll Committees 34 Seniors ELEANOR TAMMINGA Sometimes quiet, sometimes no Glee Club Intramurals Councxl Commrttees MARY TELLEN Mary has a little smlle, when flashed at you tls quite worthwhrle Chorus Urbanrte Polans Intramurals Homeroom Othcer Txcket Commxttee It s About Trrne Council Councxl Commxttees Executive Board MARIORIE TENPAS To draw :s her obsessron Chorus Intramurals Homeroom Oihcer 26 Tebahpla Councll Commrtt es Usher Honor Socrety RONALD THALACKER Away wnth books, let s have some fun Football Track Intramurals Homeroom Oftrcer Projectxon Statt Its About Trme Manager Llbrary Assrstant IANET THEUNE Her friendly glow makes her nrce to know Chorus Polans Intramurals Homeroom Otircer Ttcket Team 26 Tebahpla Sweethearts Counctl Commtttees I . . i Football, Basketball, Track, Intramurals, ll Could be her professlon- IERRY THIEL Independent, free thats the way l want to be Track Orchestra Band Intramurals IOHN THORNTON Hrs racket rs tennts Tennrs Urbamte Polarrs Intramurals Homeroom Olfxcer Councrl Councrl Commrttees Honor Socxety PHYLLIS TRESP Attractive cmd wmmng her career IS lust begtnmng Chorus Urbamte Intramurals Homeroom Othcer Make Up Commlttee Tncket Team Councrl Councxl Commxttees Cheerleader CYNTHIA VAN DER PUY Always folly, always kmd, the type of girl we like to fund Chorus Polarrs Typxng Edxtor Intramurals Homeroom Offlcer Trcket Team 26 Tebahpla Sweethearts Councll Commrttees KATHLEEN VAN DE WEGE As qutet and sweet a gtrl as you will ever meet Intramurals Red Cross Councrl Commxttees DAVID VERHULST Youth comes but once tn a lifetime Baseball Basketball Chorus Intramurals Homeroom Ofhcer Sound Crew Sweethearts Lxttle Women Councrl CouncxlComm1ttees WAYNE WARNECKE He may be tall, but he never overlooks anyone Chorus Intramurals Sound Crew 26 Tebahpla Sweethearts The Red Mxll Lrttle Women Counctl Commrttees FREDRIC WEISKOPF Speech ts silver, silence IS golden Baseball Football Basketball Chorus Intramurals The Red Mlll Sweethearts ROBERT WHITMAN To htm, knowledge ts power Intramurals MARIORIE WILBERT Too good to be true, but true enough to be good Polarrs Intramurals Squad Leader Homeroom Oftrcer Make Up Commrttee Trcket Team Councrl Council Commrttees Cheerleader Semors 35 IAMES WILKE Inspiration and genius one and the same Basketball Polarls Intramurals Squad Leader Homeroom Oihcer Councxl Council Comrnlttees School Vlce Presldent Safety Patrol Iumor Rotarran PATRICIA WILKE Sugar n splce n everything mce Chorus Urbamte Polarls Senlor Edltor Intramurals Forensxcs Homeroorn Ofhcer Tlcket Team Red Cross ZS Tebahpla Sweethearts Councll Councll Commrttees EDWARD WOLFERT All the boys have been In despalr to fmd out how he curled hrs havr Bas ball Intramurals IAMES WONDERGEM A tall, blond, handsome lad, more like him we wish we had Baseball Football Golf Intramurals Squad Leader Homeroom Ofhcer Counc1l Councrl Commxttees 36 Seniors WILLARD YECKE Mlschlef IS his mnddle name Debate Safety Patrol Library Assxstant BARBARA ZASTROW The greatest gift rs a pleasant frlend Chorus Glee Club Polaris Intramurals Make Up Committee Sweethearts KENNETH ZASTROW There s no room for dark clouds on my horizon Football Intramurals, Councll Councll Cornmxttees DU WAYNE SCHERG Wlllmg to be of service Senxor Transfer from New Holstem Intramurals "'il1'4L i.'?..iW' ., 41 W um It xii' fa gt 1 2.4 K' 1...,....- x I IfQfi2iv' jf,- .z Y 53 K , vs. I f X , :iii f W . fbdi s fx JQKQW Hmm.,-uk'Wf' 31 'E Q? if fi A W" ,012 19.1 V9 HOMEROOM ll ROW l ROW 2 ROW 3 ROW 4 Susan Pankralz Shirley Slarck Sandra Schneider Janice Huige Doris Bahr Judllh Zabel Diane Welling Jill Klabunde Carol Hendrlkse Belly Pukslch Marqorle Klsolek Renale Schulz Onalee Teumer Randall Hake Glen Slrahl Jesse Gerber Richard Nack Emmell Blacklock Lynne Lund Roger Schulz Wayne Ruppel Charles Jones .lr Jerald Kovaclc Roberl Wrlghl M Eberl David Bray Reinhold HOMEROOM 12 ROW l: Ronald Ahrens Belly Semple Lauri Winklehorsl Jacqueline Werner Barbara Mollenhauer Corinne Theurer Yvonne Du Prey. ROW 2: William Hermann Judith Kasey Mary Koepke Nancy Green James Hensel Shirley Ten Pas Nancy Lawrence. ROW 3: Jeanne Sedlack Allan Kraemer Ronald Anderle Belly Hillgen Lynn Lousier Francis Gonering M . While ROW 4 Allan Krause Gerald Feldman Roberl Hansen Paul Nyhuls Roberl Schlundl Roy Sleberl Palmer Sllles ABSENT Frank Horzen Darrell Wilke lumors F1ncl H1gl1 School Respons1b1l1t1es 1 38 Juniors Blow. Gabnel. Blow' If you happen to Walk along the hall some day and th1nk you hear the sound of the heavenly trumpets dont be alarmed It 1snt Judgment day In fact 1t s only Iarnes Chesebro Iames Hensel and Davld Bray whxp p1ng up a l1ttle Jam sess1on is i f ' , ' l I I , , , I , , , , 3 1 1 I 1 V : I I : I Q I , , , . ' I I , . 1 I I I 'I Q I . I L I . ABSENT: Henry Knaus, Glenn Filling, David - I I A I I I I , 4 V a I 4 E 5 i 1 W , E b l 1 . 5 . z - I ' 1 L ' u I I - I 3 l ' ' ,w"M'N'iY A l......-fn I l M I I v ll . - HOMEROOM l 15 ROW l Mary Ann Vande Berg Sharon Loschunslu Karen Slmonson Beverly Paegelow Sonla Metzner Carol Hlnnaln Duane Mercter ROW 2 Dennns Sauer Marlene Neuwurth Carol Bunversle Thomas Slegl Catherlne Kummer Sandra Muller Mary Katte ROW 3 Juduth Repphun Lester Rommel faenger John Pantzer Thomas Kroll James Brnnkman Wesley Van Hcveren Juduth Zastrow Mr Enger ROW Kenneth Luedtke Rnchard Magrutz Hugh Mahlendorf Lloyd Grenner James Chesebro Jerry Cumarostn Joseph Kllelunas P-U' HOMEROOM 108 ROW l ROW 2 ROW 3 ROW Patrncua Bclechle Ruth Storm Jac quelune Maas Marlanne Martens Judnth Nauschultz Peter Levme Marcua Helfman James Stubler Barbara Trner Robert Pulsl Andrew Otte Gerald Dort man Judnth Wulslng MarthaStoeIb Roy Gubson Beatrice Wagner Phnllnp Dann Lorrolne Newman Charles Hellert Peggy Engelhordt Karen Walthers Mr Root Frederuc Johnson Leslne Maerckleun Robert LoeFller Thomas Schoemer Jerry Jarvls Jerome Head Douglas Teumer Wh1Ch G1ve Service And Develop Their Talents M M M Good' Now here s a class for whlch It would be fun to do your home Work Foods' From the beammg faces of Carol B1nvers1e Marlene Ne-uw1rth Ioan Gaerthofner and Carol Hendrlkse you can see thls class IS no chore Jumors 39 l . : , -L , , . A I . U ' I J - s . ' ' ' - ' , - . lla . - , ,A f I 1 ' J I ' ' , . A r 42 , ' ' , ' ' . ,Off Q34 ' l f ,W L, l . . - , ' - 1 J 1 . ' I l ' , ' , 6, K - .4 5 ' . fc - , ' - . s Y nl a , - ' , , - x 3 L , . A I , ,, 9 I . . 1 A A 4 , ' , 1 ' ' ' , ' 0 2 4: ' , ' ' . gif ' 5 Ti A , , fb A I I .. .. r f , 1 HOMEROOM 304 ROW l ROW 2 ROW 3 ROW 4 ABSENT 'harley Verstrate Ruta Markus Rob ert Hendrukse Dennls Aschenbach Bonnle Maas Mary Messner Judlth Zltzer Jean Ruemersma Gaul Driscoll Mary.lo Zummach Barbara Capelle Sally Frutsch Louise Mur ray Alan Markus Txmothy Schurmer Jacqueline Aleff Wnlluam Rux Carol Krysak Barbara Kramer Rnchard Pauls Mnss Van Druel Phnlup Dommnsse James Graele Phllup Hamulton Werner Loessl Jon Neumann Robert Sessler Phvllnp Doncheck Annette Anhalt HOMEROOM 315 ROW l Kenneth Meves Donna Hackbarth Elizabeth Belllnder .loan Smses ROW 2 Ronald Petruusku Mary OH Peggy Muth Nancy Pohl Terrence Slegl ROW 3 Wayne Grube Sandralee DeSambre Joan Gaerthofner Har net Kruls Mass Worel ROW 4 James Schorer Thomas Cerull Fred eruck Wnlke Paul Hennemann Tony Kreuter ABSENT Daun Lunde Carolyn Nlckel my .eq "-A s. Plans For The Future Are Formmg In Their Minds, 40 Jumors ....... ...Q A M Q ,L Q . l 1 5 5 'Z I 4' ' K 1 , 1 ,fy J A , . . . ' ,V J I ' 2 'L , 'I , 2 H as ' ' 1 , , ' V 3 , a 2' : , ,I f 1 1 ' I . . - wr , y Q X , f s , , l X . ff 1 , ' . QWJIW 1 ,A A - ogy A fl 1 H Q ,, S . .e - , fl ff ' V I ' I ' ' 1 Q. V - ,' t ' ' . -'+M..1v,Rl T , I . ' ' -1 E' , , , i ,gn 3- , . ' , ' - ' M, S ' ' l - . . r ll x V I f , . . ' ' t L , A . ' , . LJ, f ' . ," 3. , 1 ' ' ' , , 85. . . . I Q X ' 5 I , I - . , - Gemuses at Work' Iudgmq from the SOl1d concen trahon of Iumors Robert Loeifler and Fredemck W1lke the experl ment 1n chemlstry must be a d11lyl Alter t1trat1on neutrahza hon, and hltrahon, these boys may need a vaccmon HOMEROOM 203 ROW l: Diane Thorsby, Anne Douglas, Dale Belke, Sharon VanderWeele, Judith Hahn, Carol Wiegand, Sharon Schils. ROW 2: Gordon Ourada, David Clement, Nancy Schuette, Jane Huenink, Ann Mayer, Anna Villnow, Ardith Harder, John Serketich. ROW 3: Glenn Zonick, Beverly Bourret, Peter De Braal, Karen Johnson, Mary Aschenbrenner louann Schaefer Mr Vieth ROW 4 Thomas Owen Dennis Witthuhn Julian .letzer Brian Pfeiffer Aaron Feldman Richard Peroutka ABSENT Thomas Evans r Now ls the Hour That fatal day rs here agcun as report cards are g1ven out Ob servlng the faces of Iarnes Brmk man Lloyd Grelner Iudrth Wrls mg and Roy Srebert one can see many d1Herent react1ons Joy sorrow and maybe even a l1tt1e agony There s one consolatron however xt only comes tour t1mes a year As They Earnestly Prepare For L1fe In A Modern World Glvmg Nature cl Hand These gxrls are dlscoverlng that puttlng on make up for Sweethearts IS a lot ot Work as Well as a great deal of fun As Peggy Muth and Prlscllla Franz en argue over the length of Trm othy Schlrrner s goatee Anne Douglas Works on Aaron Feld rnan s sldeburns Juniors 41 ROW 'l Dorothea Saunt JoAnn Bosshardt Patrnclo Ruppel JoAnne Platkus Susan Hultgen Davnd Van Haveren Thomas Knatz Hornet Hollmgs worth ROW 2 Marvln Puerce Donald Oehldrlch John Rummele Dennls Katte Judnth Sass Lloyd Packer John Hun bregtse Charles Faber ROW 3 Prlscllla Fronzen Carol Farrey Joyce Korff Jane Schmntt Jacque lnne Jansen Wayne Schelwat Mr Stovall ROW Carolyn Engelman Barbara Grund gelger John Weber John Doane Dennls Hogan Wllllam Wandrey John Smsth Richard Schulte HOMEROOM 8 ROW l Dorothy Polzln Patrlcla Monnang Judith Oberhuber Kathernne Rucker Jean Mortensen Loss Alpert Lynn Petrauskn ROW 2 Sandra Lee Schabert Duane Kab oord Karen Markus Renate Jasper Jerome Hummltzsch Judlth Richter Michael Wright Walter Wolff ROW 3 Ruth Smles Sue Sonntag Larry Olmstead Eugene Russell Charles Calkins Richard Aaholm Mr Born ROW Thomas DeBlaey Ronald Thlmmlg Robert Otte Clarence Solzwedel Randall Pange Bernhard Rich mann James Ove beck Brnan Leon hardt Tom Zlltle Many Sophomores, Sensing Their Potential, 42 Sophomores D Is for Dunce Well well br1ngs back old memor1es doesnt 1t'? And now the old lash1oned Dunce cap has graduated to h1gh school where Iudxth Sass and Margaret Walt ers seem to be gett1ng a b1g laugh as they try xt on Charles Faber for s1ze : , , 1 1 1 1 : , - 1 1 1 1 1 , . z I I 1 1 1 1 - - 4: , , 1 1 7 , - I ' I - , . : I I 1 1 1 1 I . l I I 1 1 I I - , . : I I I I ' 1 1 - 4: , - 1 1 1 1 1 , . 1 1 . 1 . 1 HOMEROOM 128 RCW l E uzabeth Schmutz Barbara Barclay Do othyWolfert Sharon Paul Mary r Marulynn Horwltz Karen Ploetz POVV 2 Davud Malcen Thomas Roess Wll Imam Scott Wulllam Johnson Albert Louusuer Roland Goosen Wandrey ROW 3 James Schmutt James Zabel Ruch ard Krueger Timothy Holtz Jack Kueter Gerald Juckem Randall Paasch ABSENT Marlene Eusold HOMEROOM 135 ROW l ROW 3 ROW Mary Ballschmuder Sarah Larson Juduth Jarvls Jeanme Jonakalt Martha Sampson Judnth Laack Juduth Hoffmann Shnrley Bond Buschman Jean Blevons Nancy Dnederuch Sheila Uttech Arlene Entrnnger Joseph Longwell Owen Balde Edward Kraus Marcia Johnson Dee Peterson Mary Well and Mlchael Drues Karl Kaeppler Robert Lange Ronald Meter James Oldenburg Fred Fedler Thomas Wmk Bruce Holman Wnllnam Busse Mr Van Lneshout Strive To Assume Leaderslup In H1gh School L1fe Eeny Meeme Mlnee. Moe A mad dash seems to have turned mto a mad scramble as Charles Calkms lames Olden berg and lames Schrmtt hur rxedly p1Ck up thexr scattered papers and notebooks Hurry up my car pool leaves ln two mmutes' Sophomores 43 sir, ' ' ' , ' " , , Mr. l I I. Us - I' ' . I ' ' ' Row 2: Edwin sfhmidr, Mary Timm, Jin fr I I l l . ' I I ' I ' ' b f , , n . 3 41 . ' . . . . y as . . HOMEROOM 2 l 5 ROW 'l Bruan Brock Patrucua Smith Freya Rudnlck Darlene Nack Anne Leys Sandra Ehler Francls Henseler ROW 2 Mary Ann Dergentz Constance Otte Carrse Ehlert John Scharrer James Federer Walter Capelle John Eggebeen ROW 3 HarrletOtte Julue Dortman Potrucna Pauls Mary Cronen Dorothy Wol fert Wnllnam Messe Muss Wentzel ROW Jack Prlsmger John Koehler Robert Popple Bernard Lemkuul Thomas Schlnabeck James Pangner Doran Farnum nolvlznoom 301 " ROW I Gerald Lutze Mary Lou Voland Bette TeStroete Carol Harng Kath Ieen Naylon June Goebel Carol Lohse ROW 2 Patrick Murphy Margaret Walter Koreda Den Boer Judith Brast Charles Dopke Sue Rentmeester Jane Olson Alfred Dees ROW 3 Jack Den Boer Danuel Spmdler Denls Schmldeler Annette Gerber Duane Zabel Michael Hansen Mrs Bettm ROW 4 Robert McCord Gary Meter Richard Wrnght James Intravala Pau Ubbelohde Thomas Schaeffer ABSENT Mary Ann Mayer Rnchard Ver Straate There Are Vocations And Interests To Be Explored The Lmeup At the rmg of the noon bell hungry students rush to form a l1ne 1n front of the concess1on stand Where they can buy Candy bars or mllk to supplement thelr lunch Today 1t looks as 1f the sophomores have taken the lead' 44 Sophomores 4 ns..-ss.. ' s v , , 4 ' I , f l I 1 I Y 1 ' ' , ,r lr, 1- Q . , , , filters, f I ., gi., V ' 35- . 1 I , , I I - 4: f , , , , , ffl .L ,X - I - 1 V1 11 I I ' ' , P I I . : I I 1 I , , X , . : I I 1 I l . . , , V - ' a , , , . , , I , . 7 1 . 1 HOMEROOM 303 ROW l Lunda Wulklns Ann Troxel Davud Clmarostu Barbara Roelse Sandra Schug Rlchard Zastrow ROW 2 James Sllvls Margaret LaVnolette Judy Schnelder Nancy Nunnemann Gary Gorr Kathleen Buechel Au drey lobes Ella Wudra ROW 3 Mary Street Marlene Lenns Peter Brotz Anthony Fesslcr Davud Wrnght Ronald Beeck Thomas Lelcht Mr Pangborn ROW 4 Thomas Buettner Ronald Becker Wllluam Wagner LeRoy Matzdorf Donald Meter Marlln Kees Arthur Zlmmerman ABSENT Eugene Gross Charles Klauck Nancy Schunk np K' it s.- ii' HOMEROOM 3 17 ROW l ROW 2 ROW ROW 4 ABSENT Thomas Schmntt Juduth Nytes Duane Greger Frederick Zntzer Patrucna Lubach Tamara Choclenko Karen Hansen Wayne Israel Muss Braun .luduth Starck Lucy Butzen Darla Sulbernagel Ruchard Thiel Francis Koranda Rnchard Fevdner Robert Hebert Roger Deeley Clarence Thiel J Mark Halleen Barbara Burkhard And A World Of Vaned ACt1V1t19S To Encounter Busy Little Beavers Followmg the Do It Yourself fad are R1chard Thlel Francrs Koranda and Clarence Thlel lr who are lakmg tune out from constructmg the set for Sweet hearts to make a garden of potted plants Sophomores 45 HOMEROOM 124 Guenter Hagemeler Ronald Krouse Carol Steeghorst Loretta Strahl Sandra Baumann Nancy Grltflth ROW 2 Judith Rush James Danlels Etty Messue Arthur Mohr Mary Jo Nel son louise Krrnnrnger Robert Denison ROW 3 Jerry Felslnger Bert Schmrdt Bonney Schuette Robert Clement Rosemary Andre Ann Whlte Nancy Dahler Mrss Salusbury ROW 4 Barbara Hessler Robert Neumann Wullram Ahrnsbrak Frans Wests James Honold Joy Sampson Judith HOMEROOM 312 ROW I Ronald Garslu Judith Schneider James Scanlon Leulanu Phlllrps Bar baro Kneevers Judith Vogel Helen Hansen ROW 2 Sue Wagner Gall Flscher Mary Jo Fox Beverly Gromoll Judith Stlef vater Gary Mlesfeld Larry Elsner ROW 3 Richard Blazlch Gilbert Gross Denms Kammerzelt Patrlcla Knaub Nancy Berg Susan Zalkowslu Mary Saunt Mr Thalacker ROW Bruce Wright Kenneth Pluskat Harlan Lokker Walter Graumann Joseph Herm Jerome Kell Robert Kaye Gerald Schmeuser Bewildered At First, Freshmen Notice Opportunities 46 Freshmen Future Politicians For lames Daniels and lay Sampson the 1956 natlonal elec t1on meant studymg the issues and candxdates and then settling thelr questlons wlth a lxttle help from the argument settler Wouldnt 1t be a handy gadget to use 1n solving all our prob lems7 1 '. ' ' , I . . I ' , , Z I . . I V I - , , , . . 4: ' , , . . , , , . ROW I: Dennis Ording, Aaron Goodstein, A I I , , , . I I r ' , , 2 ' , ' , , , . , , . 5 1 1 , , Uhl. I . . . , . HOMEROOM 218 ROW l Lynn Zimmerman Stephen Hootlun Rrchard Zuegler Gerald Voeks Robert Ballschmlder Robert Schulze Robert Suman ROW 2 JoAnne Kaluza Sandrah Menzer Constance Lemerond Marla Felde Mary Gottsacker Barbara Schuna beck Yvonne Wagner Joan P trausku ROW 3 Judlth Saemann Judnth Erdmann Trudy Ludwug Patrlcna Johnson Marulyn Axel Patrlcla Huebner Maureen Seeklns Mlss Ellungson ROW 4 Russell Wuegand Robert Schram eyer Peter Jung John Pungarcher Ronald Voelker Gary Klabechek Mutchell Blackman ABSENT Nancy Johannes HOMEROOM 202 ROW I Drone Aschenbach Robert Good man Peter Conrardy Dennns Lied mg Joanne Hurt Fay Hert Karen Rennie ROW 2 Jeanne Oehler Karen Sagal Robert Loebbaka Jane Schneuder Beverly Krenn Phyllls Boll ROW 3 ank In Delores Breu Thomas Wrtthuhn Colleen Hansen Susan Quasws Bonnue Olesen Karen Sleberl Karen Sauer Muss Haan ROW 4 Loulse Wulke Gerald Zelle Kenneth Meyer Dovnd Bach Kenneth Mat asar Patrucla Raml Margaret Lamb Which Will Fill Remaining Years With Excitement Wow' Every year tt looks as though the freshmen boys are becommg shorter but th1s year Bernard Ross IS the exception Gordon Gorr and Iohn Rock can hardly belteve thelr eyes as they gaze up at the1r s1x feet hve mch fellow classmate At th1s pomt they have probably made up thexr m1nds to eat Wheatles every morning to grow 1n helght too' Freshmen 47 : r .I , , , , I . ' 1 1 9' : I I . I . , , , , . : I , - . , . , , 5 U I ' I I - , . f 1 , . Charles Tuerk, Dennis Mahar, , I . : Fr Zll er, , , , , . I I - . , - - H .. r - I - . , . .. . ,V , . HOMEROOM 214 Ann leverenz Curtis Johnson David Berres Mary Kolste .loan Duck mann Michael Salrnsky Joanne Schmidt Wnlluam Gehng Charles Mehan Timothy Brand Judy Huenlnk Jac ulun Bruckner Bonita Snx Joanne Fenn Rogane Kalk Fred Lettnn James Carpenter Chris tune Johnson Jo Ann Versay Alice Richter Carol Sonnemann Kathleen Kuhlman Mr Berman Gary Gurholt Richard Dross Philip Vollrath James Lukos Harold Meyer David Axel Westley Schultz Richard Gottsacker HOMEROOM 216 ROW I Robert Hickey Robert Brunnbauer Nancy Sregl Sandra Steplar Ann Brunnbauer Sandra Luedke Duane Kau ROW 2 lee Brockman James Heckert Kenneth Kuhfuss Gary Wettstem Bonnie Langenhahn Gretchen Far num Vuctona VanDeelen Kathleen Stegemeyer ROW 3 Arthur Mankopf Julie Jones Gall Yurk Sharon Nauschultz Carol Grunow Richard Goldman Karen Dottau Mr Hennmger ROW 4 Robert Garton David Mather Wayne Evans Ronald Klttell Jerry Belersdorf Jeffrey Meyer Daniel Weuskopf ABSENT Theodore Holman Increased Participation In School Activities 48 Freshmen Mutual Admirahon Society It certainly looks as though Curtis Iohnson rates tops w1th these freshmen girls. What is more, he seems to be quite happy about the situation! Maybe this interesting setting should serve as a fair warning to all of the upperclassmen - never under- estimate a freshman! HOMEROOM 109 ROW l John Rock Susan Popkoff James Conrad LoAnne Graef George Mueller LaVerne Patchak Charles Wrlkms Patrlcua Schoenenberger ROW 2 Sandra Genszler Judlth A Meyer Jo Anne Duener Patncla Selfert Barbara Leverenz Monlca Rach mann Brenda Wllklns ROW 3 Nancy Fenn Barbara Befus Mary ann Wnmmer Fredrick Eder Karen Droll Eluzabeth Stubler Joan Olson Mass Verth ROW Robert Bellmder Kenneth Metscher Curtls Llenau Fredruck Znllner Jordan Gmach Roger Hmz Robert Kaftanskl Douglas Kueter The Gmgersnaps New to the North H1gh enter tamment World are the g1rl bar bershoppers known as The Gln gersnaps Makmg up lh1S group of talented freshmen glrls are Mary Gottsacker Maryann W1m mer Ieanne Oehler and Iud1th L Meyer All w1ll agree that they have plenty of g1nger and plenty of snap HOMEROOM 104 ROW 1 ROW 2 ROW Helen Maliert Judnth leVeque Elame Van De Loo Nancy Sohre Duane Lwmgston Vlrgnnua Earl Sylvua Barack Gordon Gorr Judy L Meyer Mary Berken Jean Jensen Betty Neuwnrth Barbara Lautenschlager Dianne Relnekmg Lyn Douglas Jacques Relnke Schmntz Kelth Damrow Robert Stem Thomas Lea Mr Rock Mnchael Brentzman Wllluam Maas Danlel Driscoll Bernard Ross Doug las Maurer Walter Kell Richard Guske Freshmen 49 4: l' , , .I I h, N l ? f J f ROW 3: John'Baer, Wallace Rupoel, Roger 4: . I . ,I .. . - I Play An Important Part In Their Development X 9 if Wf?i3'iJjg'LSf'dffQ fffg' My fy QPU? Q if X QWJWMMW , MW f M ww if N v Qfdwyy i5x?'XXff il 4 f 5 WW is X N3 mS XXXE EQZFQQQXZ, fi Q R L 2332 ACTIVITIES First Semester Student Council STANDING Charles Knocke ROW Kathryn Pralle Janice Karl Brenda Rablnovntz Nancy Fessler Thomas Mannung James Wllke ROW Barbara Leverenz Barbara Lautenschlager Lynn Zummerman Davud Bach Jay Sampson Robert Garton Harold Meyer ROW Mary Tellen Jo Ann Lutz Sandra Schnelder Catherine Kummer Marllynn Horwutz Judvth Jarvis Lucy Butzen Lorraun Lelbham ROW Robun Symes Jeanne Oehler May Jo Fox Karen Markus Daun Lunde Nancy Nunnemann Eva Possellus ROW Thomas Leonhardt Bernard Lemkuul Ruchard Pauls Thomas Evans Raymond Fessler Judlth Boll James Otten ROW Peter Roess Robert Riddell Jerry Jarvls James Hensel Mlss Elllngson Patrucla Dopke Charles Dopke ABSENT Harrnet Hollingsworth Judith Stuetvater Student Counc11 North H1gh s Student Counc1l under the guxd 1ng hand ot Mlss Luella Ellmgson meets every Wednesday morn1ng wtth the purpose of carrymg out the wrshes ot the student body IH the best 1nterests ot all students and 1n cooperat1or1 w1th the faculty The counc1l IS composed ot the Exec utrve Board cons1st1ng of the charrmen of the erght councll comm1ttees and a representatlve from each homeroom who speaks lor that home room and reports counctl act1v1t1es to lt Typtcal of counc1l GCl1V1L16S IS the comm1ttee set up to dlscuss means ot solvmg the problem Wh1ch faces the students Worklng alter school or partrcrpatmg 1n athlet1cs who want to serve on Student Councxl commlttees but are unable to attend after school meet1ngs The State Student Counc1l Conventron was held on October 19 and 2U at Superlor W1scon sm Norths delegates to the Conventlon were sen1ors Raymond Pessler and Iames Wllke 1un 1ors Thomas Evans and Sandra Schne1der and 52 Council Carnes Out Pr1nc1ples Of honorary guest Robm Symes Representatlves sent to the second semester Reg1onal Student Counc1l Conventlon rn May were Iohn Grollmus senlor Thomas Cerull lane Huemnk and Ierry Iarv1s 1un1ors and Eva Possellus and Robm Symes honorary guests A number of controvers1al xssues are debated dlscussed voted upon and passed by the Student Councrl New leg1slat1on was passed regardmg the rules and regulatlons tor elect1on ot Home com1ng Kmg Queen and Attendants A method ot acqua1nt1ng new student w1th the school and 1ts advantages was label d The Blg Brother Pollcy Further elaborat1on on thls plan was done by the Servlce C,omm1ttee to make the Bxg Brother Commlttee a probable subcom mlttee North Hrgh s const1tut1on was closely examln ed when a motlon was made to repeal the K xec ut1ve Board s vot1ng power Alter week ot dxs . . lr 1 1 1 1 1 . 2: 1 1 1 1 . 1 . 3: 1 1 1 1 1 1 , S - 41 , 1 1 1 . 1 . 51 1 1 . 1 1 1 1 6: 1 1 1 1 1 1 - : , . 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I - 1 . . 1 -1 1 7 - L .1 ' . 1- - , I . .3 Second Semester Student Councll STANDING John Grollmus ROW Barbara Packer Joann Fleblg Juduth Boll Eric Hansen Allan Berman Roger Crocker ROW Anne Douglas Anne Jensen Richard Pauls Thomas Cerull Jerry Jarvls ROW Robin Symes Eva Possellus Kathryn Pralle Rachel Eggebeen Bette TeStroete JoAnn Bosshardt lucy Butzen ROW Barbara Schlnabeck Loretta Strahl Lyn Douglas Nancy Fenn Gaul Yurk Davud Bach ROW Gerald Feldman James Brlnkman Thomas Schlnabeck James Schmutt James Oldenburg Charles Calk ns Wnlluam Salunsky ROW Mass Elllngson Rlchard Zastro Charles Mehan Kenneth Zastro Charles Knocke Raymond Fessler Rchard De heumc ABSENT Jane Huenmk Judy Huenmk JIII Klabunde Rlchard Blazuch Democrat1c School Government At North cusston the proposed amendment was voted down but valuable expertence was ga1ned through the d1scuss1on The Counc1l 1S also composed of e1ght stand t1ons 1n the school They are made up of student volunteers A suggest1on was made to the Pep Comrmttee for the format1on of a Pep Corps to 1nst1ll greater school Splfll at games Th1s suggest1on was acted upon by the comm1ttee and resulted 1n a plan for carrytng out the organ1zat1on and act1v1t1es of the Pep Corps The Pep Commtttee IS under Mr Hyman Berman s d1rect1on and 1lS funct1on IS to present pep sklts and rallles to the student body The D1splay Commtttee under the d1rect1on of Mrs Donald Chrlsttansen deslgns and puts up all the d1splays 1n the showcases Selectlng lyceums and schedul1ng other audl tor1um programs for the com1ng year IS the re spons1b1l1ty of the Aud1tor1um Comrmttee under Mr Arnold Rhlel Mr Warren Whxte supervtses the Worklng of the Fmance Comm1ttee wh1ch IS 1n charge of con cess1ons Concess1ons are our best source of funds and they prov1de refreshments at school dances and games Another fund ra1s1ng commtttee IS the Dr1ves Comrruttee wh1ch sponsors two mayor dr1ves yearly These are the Foretgn Student Dr1ve and the One Package Dr1ve The faculty superv1sor IS M1ss Kathleen Weltzel SGTVICG to the school through auct1ons safety patrol boys and the lost and found IS the 1ob of 'he SGIVICG Commlttee under the capable d1rec t1on of Mr MGTVID Peterson Important announcements of school events are tal en care of by Mrs Iames Bett1n and the Pub l1C1lY Commlttee Through the use of stgns ad vert1sements and announcements they publlclze these events Whenever a dance IS scheduled the Soc1al Comm1ttee under M1ss Ann Parsons takes over They decorate the gym and choose 1nterm1ss1on programs for student enterta1nment Th1 rounds out the extens1ve act1v1t1es of the Student Councxl and 1ts Comm1ttees Councul 53 lr , ' ' , ' , ' , , . 2: , , ' , , ' . 3: ' , A , , , , , . 42 ' , , , , ' , ' . 5: , ' , ' , '- , , i , ' ' ' - 6: ' ' , ' W, , w, , , i x ' I ing committees which perform necessary func- ' I - ' ' . . . . . . L 1 U U I ' . Q ' ' 'S Local Auchoneers Showcase Desrgners SERVICE COMMITTEE J Wrlke Chalrman Roger Crocker Chaurmcn V Claruch L Douglas J Ende J Erdmann A Gerber J Gerber J Josephson H Krurs B Leverenz L Lund D Lunde D Mercner M Mlchels J Otten K Pruce S Rentmeester K Rucker J Rock J Rummele J Scunl B Sc I a ck R Schulz S Steplar J Strak J Werner Norse Makers Attenhon Getters 54 Commuttees DISPLAY COMMITTEE Bo Chaxrman E Hanson Charrman L Alpert M Asc en enner D Bahr E aker D eke vons o J Br V Claruch R Deeley S DeSombre M Duederlch A Douglas P Eggebeen R Eggebeen J Esch J Felslnger A Fessler M J Fox S Genszler J Goebel D Greger J Hahn M Hellman B Hessler P Hoopman M Horwrtz J Jarvls D Kau C Kummer M LaVro e L M n P Mut K Naylon L Newman Nlnnemann S Popkof? S Rentmeester D Reunekmg K Sagal J Sass D Sauer J Schmntt J Schnelder J Schneider S Schnelder D Schnelle P Schoenenberger B Schuette K Slmonson P Smith K Stegemeyer C Steoner C Stneghorst M Street E Stubler R Symes B TeStroete A Vullnow Y Wagner M Walters M Wel land J Werner A White M Wrlbert L Wllke G Yulr COMMITTEES FUNCTION PEP COMMITTEE A Jensen Charrman T Mannong Chaurman L Alpert A Anhalt Ballschmuder R Blazuch Blevons J Bosshardt J Bruckner J Buschmann D Cesar K Chrrstlansen N Dahler W Doyle G Driscoll G Feldman N Fenn J Goebel E Goldberg H Hansen Hansen F Her H Hollrngsworth M Horwutz J Huenrnk Hummrtzsch J Jansen J Jensen C Johnson P Johnson J Jones ng M Kla un e Ko en Kose B Kramer nnlnger R Lue E rngston T Ludwng K Luedtke K Markus S Menzer H Meyer L Meyer M Mrchels L Mauntaun M Murlha M J Ne son uls H Otte J Otten L Packer S Pankratz J Pe kerl J s K tz J Repp n M Rlchm Richter K Rucker P Roess J Rudolph J Saemann W Sallnsky malt oenenberger P mth Te TeStroete A Troxel J A Versay A Wasserman D Welllng J Willie PUBLICITY COMMITTEE Nancy Fessler Chalrman Jerry Jarvis Chalrman J Allergolt S Baumann D Belke T Cerull R Demson R Dexheumer C Dopke D rtman P E ebeen A rrnger N F nn M Ge rg Hahn M Hansen B Hessler J HofTmann J A Kaluza D Keppert Knocke M Lernse K Loebbaka J Olson J Olson H Otte uls S Popkoff D emekrng R Rd ell J Sampson I Sc uz M Simpson D Soucheck K Stegemeyer S Stegemeyer S Steplar L Strchl u er S Uttec M Wellan Wnlke G Yurk - I f ' : r ' 1 - ' . . , J. 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' d, L Money Schemers Program Planners DRIVES COMMITTEE R Fessler Chairman J Fleblg Chaurman M Alex M Axel M Blackman J Brmkman J Brost K Buechel L Butzen J Chesebro E Conger P De Braol R Deeley P Dopke J Dortman S Ehler J Esch T Evans F Fedler P Fessler D Greger J Goodman J Hahn S Hootkm P Huebner J Huenmk M Johnson J Jonakalt J Koenig J Kovaclc J Laack L Lubach D Luecke A Mankopf L Muuss C Otte J Pungorcher E Possellus B Rablnovltz B Roelse F Rudnlck J Rummele P Ruppel D Saint T Schlrmer J Schnender D Snlbernagel M Slmpson M Sorenson J Stegemeyer R Stelnhaus R Storm R Symes B Trler R Voelker G Voeks M Welland R Zastrow L Zimmerman M J Zummoch THROUGHOUT SCHOOL YEAR SOCIAL COMMITTEE J Huenmk Chairman B Rablnovltz Chaurman L Alpert R Andre M Axel O Balde S Barack M Blackman S Bond L Butzen C Calknns S DeSombre R Dexhelmer J Dlckmann L Douglas S Ehler J Ende P Engelhardt G Fornum M Felde A Feldman J Felslnger G Fischer E Fuerst M Gottsacker L Graef N Gflgllh B Gromoll C Held M Helfman K Hnlpertshauser B Hrltgen F Hlltgen P Hoopman P Huebner J Huenmk J Jarvns J Jorvus N Johannes A Johnson C Johnson L Johnson J Jones J Kasey J Kolste R Kraus H Kruus C Krysak R Laue B Lautenschloger C Lemerond T Leonhardt A Leverenz R Luvnngston D Lofy D Lunde J A Lutz S Menzer M Meyer M J Nelson L Newman J Oehler D Orth B Packer B Paegelow D Peterson E Possellus alle R M Rnchmann R es Rudolph P Ruppel C Schelwat J Schmudt B Schmabeck Schneider S Schnelder B Schuette M Seekms K Slebert P Snefert K Slmonson K Sums R Symes M Tenpas M Tnmm Uhl M A Vande Berg Y Wagner K Walthers C Wlegand M Wulbert J Zabel B Zastrow K Zastrow L Zlmmerman FINANCE COMMITTEE Bo Chanrman K Pra e C alrman D Bach E Ba er P J Bosshardt K Buechel J Erdmann J Federer F Fedler M Felde S Felsmger M J Fox S Genszler P Goldmann C J Harrng H Hollingsworth P Hoopman D Kou J Kovaclc C Kummer R Lau son J Leverenz C Lohse K Luedtke B Mollenhauer E Neuwurth Oson J Pantzer D Pozln B Roelse F Rudnuck T Schlrmer D Sllbernagel M Srlvls J Smles M Sorenson R Storm E Stubler W Warnecke D Wolfert G Yurk AUDITORIUM COMMITTEE A Berman Chairman J Karl Chaurman J Aleff R Becker D Bach S Bond B Capelle P Dopke R Eggebeen J Els ld En e J Esch J Feldman N Fessler B Holman T Holman Hoopman J Jarvis K Kaeppler H Knous B Longenhohn S Loschmskl B Lemkuul J Leverenz P Levme G Lutz M Messner Oehler J Oldenburg R Pauls L Petasmck D Peterson Rennne N Rudnnck J Saint T Schmabeck S Schnelder R Slegl M Sorenson S Stark C Stelner C Stleghorst P Stlles M Stoelb M Tellen G Voeks W Warnecke A Whlte P Wllke Santa s Helpers Refreshment Retailers Committees 55 l I n K, , f, ,J A . , ' 7. 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' I, . l , . , . , . , . , . , . . , Red Cross Ushers W l B oelse u mck e an er W 'I R N o M Neuwlrth honnes Y Wagner K Sogol M J Nl Lxbrary Assrstants ROW 'l S Larson S L Schoberl M Felde Mrs Chrlstnonsen Mr Altman B Burkhard W 2 Mnss ruun Koepke J son J Stoltzmann V Clarnch Mrs Bettnn J ock Meyer N Green J Nouschultz W 2 S 1 en r Sm: Rentmeester J Smles D Sxlberncgel J Wllsung K Buechel M Street J Schneider ROW 2 K Droll O Melnhcrdt B Hrltgen W Groumonn J Serkehch D Relnbold F Rudnlck S Felsmger ROW 3 J Uhl J Bruckner A Brunnbouer eplor N Geen S L Schob t Oberhuber STAGE CREW The stage crew under the d1rect1on of Mr Ed ward Goebel 1S composed of boys 1nterested 1n handlrng all types of staglng and lrghtrng They do many and varred Jobs to make school pro grams a success The1r Work w1th the spotl1ght expert handlmg of the curtam are no less than professronal TICKET COMMITTEE Under the drrectlon of Mr Harlow Hennrnger the trcket comm1ttee performs SGTVICGS of great rmportance for North s var1ous act1v1t1es W1thout a trcket comrmttee our school plays concerts and other productrons would not be as f1nanc1ally successful as they are SOUND CREW One of the many 1mportant crews work1ng here at North Hxgh IS the sound crew Although 1t works beh1nd the scenes and IS seldom seen t IS always heard and IS a very 1mportant factor 1n many of our athletrc events aud1tor1um pro grams school productron dances and other school sponsored act1v1t1es Stage Crew Tlcket Commlttee RED CROSS Meetmg dur1ng the club perxod the North H1gh School branch of the Red Cross plays a vxtal part 1n ardmg the Internatlonal Red Cross Orgamza tron An example of thrs 1S the a1d g1ven to vet erans hosprtals and veterans ln our communrty Eff1c1ency and capab1l1ty are rmportant fac tors 1n the mak1ng of a good usher because each usher must know the seatrng arrangement of the aud1tor1urn rn order to carry out her 1ob An usher s dut1es are to ass1st 1n var1ous programs presented at North H1gh by tak1ng L1Ck9LS hand 1ng out programs and showlng people to the1r seats LIBRARY ASSISTANTS One of the best ways to learn the fundamen tals of lrbrary work and at the same t1me serve North H1gh 1S to become a lrbrary assrstant Dur 1ng the1r study halls these students check out and put away books In adclrtxon to be1ng of ser v1ce to the l1brar1ans they earn one fourth of a credrt toward the 17 credrts requlred for gradua tron Sound Crew D Verhulst Mr Born R Voelker J Zabel ROW I F Zntzer D Relnbold G Lutze R ROW 1 G Farnum J Josephson Mr Hen D Mulcen G Meter W Warnecke P Th nel Mr Goebel ger J Uhl S Ste Murphy J Honold W Johnson D Watt ROW 2 F Korando R Schulz G Strahl C ROW 2 R Hlckey R Brunnbcuer R Becker huhn J Scherrer J Serketlch J Intravclo Thuel D Wtlke D Schmudeler M Hansen R Schromeyer 56 Service Committee RO 1 . R , F. R d ' , E. B ll' d , RO 1 J. A. Kaluzu, K. ennie, , J - 1 . , . . , . , . ' . , . , . , . . e - . ' ' , . , . , RO 1 ' B , M. , . A. , . , . ' , . ' . . R . , . , . . RO 1 . H'lrg , J. Ko H, R. es, S. 1 . , . ' , . ' , S, St , . r , . .U er , J. for li htin effects the arran ements of sets and 9 9 . ' 9 ' Usnnns 1 1 1 I , I l . . I . . - . . . I - I I I - ' , . I . nin L, .l , .I lplor. , . , . , . I' - , , Make Up Committee Radio Committee ROW l A Douglas Entrvnger R D Polzln A ROW 2 E Wldra J tag P Moth P Dopke S Ten Pas S Vander Weele A Lauson J Jonakalt P Mannmg M Helfman Vnllnow Korff J Bros' P Franzen J Olson S Sonn M Johnson J Platkus MAKE UP COMMITTEE Fundamentals 1n stage make up are learned durxng the club per1ods of the Make Up Commlt tee The members praCt1ce puttlng on stra1ght and character make up somet1mes produc1ng clowns QYPSIGS and other 1nterest1ng and unu sual characters They gxve an 1mportant help mg hand 1n the school s operettas and play pro duct1ons RADIO COMMITTEE IIIGS here at North IS the purpose of one of the student bodys latest prolects The North H1gh Radto program under the faculty sponsorshlp of M1ss Helen Herman Mr Eldon Born and Mr Robert F1eld IS wrrtten produced and d1rected by the students Thts new program can be heard every other Wednesday afternoon over the local rad1o statton WHBL PROTECTION STAFF Movles are an 1mportant part of North H1gh s classroom act1v1t1es and the projectlon staff pro Camera Statt Safety Patrol ROW l W Schelwat T Entrlnger N Low rence W 2 L Blevons D Kalte W Busse Wrnght C Theurer L Murray M Ccrpen J Jelzer K Walthers J Werner R Kraus P De Braal J Kovacuc C D ke R Deeley B Holman T Schal?er T Wlck J Felslnger R nght B Rabunovntz Snmpson N GrHlth J Sonn! L Snmonson vxdes the school W1th capable boys to run the movle equrpment Staff members are taught how to set up and repalr the machlnes used 1n 103 218 126 and 1n the aud1tor1um The boys enyoy Worklng 1n thxs flelcl of serv1ce to the school and set the1r goal at earmng the S p1n award CAMERA STAFF Durlng club per1ods the camera staff under the chrectxon of Mr Carl Enger learns techmques of p1cture tak1ng develop1ng and prmtxng These skllls are applled when the staff takes p1Ctures for the Urbamte and the Polarts Much of the Valuable lnformatlon ga1ned by staff members can be used after hlgh school SAFETY PATROL W1th the safety of the1r fellow students fore most 1n m1nd North H1gh s safety patrol IS on the 1ob every noon dur1ng the school year Hats off to the boys who provlde a serv1ce very necessary to d1rect the many cars and pedestrxans safely and smoothly on the1r Way Prolectnon Staff ROW l D Ledlng K Kaeppler J Kovaclc Wagner R Wrught Dames Meier J Rummele R Hendrnkse G Rock ROW l W Schelwat K Kaeppler J Rum J Rock G Lu e mele R Crocker R W 2 P Krause J Sllvls P Vollrath W ROW 2 W Yecke L Grosskopf G Lutz Ahrnsbrak W Graumann F Fedler R R Meier E Goldberg W Busse T Schlno Sc rameyer D Splndler R Wrught F ter beck Koranda Servnce Committee 57 ' , - , - ', - ' , . , op , . , . , . , . ' , . ' , . . ', .' . w' ,. ' ',M.' ,. i',. ',L. une,K. . , Informing the community about student activ- - ' - 1 . 1 ' , , , . ' W. , . ' , J. ' I, G : . , . ' , . - : . , . , . - . , . tz . . , . . o t . , . ' ', . , RO 1 . , . , . ,R. 1 . , . , . , , . , . , All School Ofhcers Kathryn Prolle Lorraine Lelbhom James Wllke Charles Knocke John Grollmus Roger Crocker Barbara Packer Judith Boll Students Choose Leaders In Democrat1c E1ect1ons Through school elect1ons students learn to exerc1se the r1ght to vote formlng good hab1ts for adult part1c1pat1on 1n government Students who wrsh to run for an all school Off1C6 f1rst take out nomlnatron papers It 1S nec essary to obtaln the s1gnatures of seven percent of the student body to become a candldate One audltonurn per1od 1S set aslde for the presentatxon of elect1on cand1dates The pres1d 1ng all school pres1dent g1VSS the qual1f1cat1ons of the cand1dates for secretary and treasurer Then the v1ce pres1dent1al candrdates speak on the1r own behalf Followlng th1s campalgn man agers mtroduce and glve the qualxflcatlons of the1r presldentlal cand1dates who 1n turn g1ve the1r own campalgn speeches In the speeches they grve therr reasons for runnmg for an ofhce and further elaborate on the1r qual1f1cat1ons The week preced1ng prrmary electrons buzzes Wllh hvely campa1gn talk Each candldate tr1es to outdo the other 1n organ1z1ng clever ldeas for souvenlr campa1gn stgns prns and car decora l1OI'1S and ln presentlng h1s reasons why he should be elected 58 Electrons Before fmal elect1ons the campalgnlng beg1ns agam The cand1dates work harder than ever tryrng to convlnce the students that the1r ballot may mean the dlfference between w1nn1ng loslng the elect1on In front of the school loud speakers blare out announcements new srgns are put up over the drlnklng fountalns and exclte ment runs hrgh Prcked by the student councrl the elect1on comm1ttee has complete charge of the campargn and of elect1ons It does a var1ety of Jobs such as work1ng at the polls countmg ballots and 1n general keep1ngth1ngs1n order Th1s too trams 1nd1v1duals for respons1b1l1t1es they w1ll assume ln adult l1fe Durrng the second semester the school uses votmg machlnes owned by the Clly Th1s QIVSS the students a chance to learn the correct usage of the machlne to prepare for future votrng When the day of the f1nal elect1ons arr1ves students Vote the ballots are counted and the flnal W1nners are announced The follow1ng Fm day 1S a b1g day 1n the l1ves of the newly elected ofhcers for on thxs day they are 1nstalled 1n the trad1t1ona1 ceremony n 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 - I l 1 I . 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' ' 1 1 ' ' - ' 1 Campaign Propaganda From Presrdent lo Presxdent And Learn To Exerclse The1r Votmg Pr1v11eges As the aud1tor1um curtaxns part the candles of the out go1ng ofhcers and a candle wh1ch rep resents the sp1r1t ot North H1gh are burmng on a long table covered w1th blue and gold drapery Behmd lh1S table are seated the mcormng offlcers and the xncumbents One by one the candles of the out go1ng ofhcers are dlpped 1nto the tlame of the Splfll of North High and blown out as the new ottlcers take the1r oaths of off1ce and l1ght thelr candles The oftxcers and students pledge loyalty and obedrence to each other and to the school s government The ceremony ends w1th the Alma Mater sung by the A Cappella Cholr Runnxng for a school oftlce 15 beneflclal to students whether they obta1n an otfxce or not It teaches them to present themselves and thelr qualxhcatrons to the1r fellow classmates Outgo1ng ofhcers were Kathryn Pralle treas urer Lorra1ne Le1bham secretary Iames Wllke v1ce pres1clent and Charles Knocke pres1dent lncommg ottrcers were Iud1th Boll treasurer Bar bara Packer secretary Roger Crocker v1ce presl dent and Iohn Grollmus preslclent Exe clsmg Their Clhzenshlp Future rn a Ballot Box Electuons 59 x 1 x fl L 1 1 1 U n I l l 1 1 - , . - 1 - , - I I , , I I - . 1 1 ' I I 1 ' 1 . - . 1 1 - 11 1 11 1 1 I Meg Amy Beth Hannah Mrs March John Brooke Mr Laurence Aunt March March Professor Frederlch Bhaer Mees Marche I hat a great favor to ask you Jean Saint and Raymond Fessler LITTLE WOMEN CAST Jean Sam! Sandra Schneider Nancy Fessler Karen Chrustnansen Rohm Lauson Patrlcla Dopke Ruchard Pauls Eugene Conger Lmda Muuss Thomas Evans Raymond Fessler Four L1tt1e Women Are Brought Loulsa Mae Alcotts beloved story Ltttle Women was presented on November 9 and 1U 1n a vers1on adapted for stage by Mar1an De Forest Set 1n Cxvxl War days the play opens W1th the tour March gxrls Meg Io Beth and Amy d1scuss1ng Chrlstmas and thelr annual Chnstmas play wr1tten by Io Marm1e the Mother and cen ter of the March farruly recelves a telegram stat 1ng that Mr March a chaplam ln the army very 1ll Mrs March IS to come to Washmgton 1mmed1ately Not havlng the money for the tr1p the tam1ly IS thrown mto a turmo1l Marm1e de cxdes to ask Wealthy Aunt March for the fare To everyone s surpr1se Aunt March shows her kxnd heart by g1v1ng Marmle the money Whereupon the glrls along W1th Hannah the housekeeper and Mr Laurence a Wealthy nelghbor help Marrme get ready for the tr1p The play goes on to reveal the l1ves of the Marches as they grow older Meg the oldest s1ster falls 1n love W1th Mr Brooks tutor to the grandson of wealthy Mr Laurence and the two are happlly marr1ed IH Splte of old Aunt March s obyectlons to the match Llttle Beth a qulet sweet g1rl d1eS leav1ng the tamxly w1thout her Warmth and aHect1or1 I got em from a trtend who knows a lady who knows an actor YOU may be W'H"79 'O end YOU' days m O Poorhouse Karen Chrlstlansen Patrucaa Dopke Sandra Schnender and but I m not Jean Salnt Patrlcla Dopke Sandra Schneider and lunda Muuss 60 Fall Play . 5 ,,, A, Y, is ' Jo. . .,. .......,.,., .. .,,,,...,, ,,, ,,,, ' YW K H ,,.,.,..,,.,,,,,,, .,,.., , ,, ,,,, ,, , ,, - Laurie ,,,, ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,tt,,,,, ,,,t,, ,tl,,,,,,,,t,t,,,,, , ,,.,,,,,,t, R o g er Deeley '- 3, my Mr. ,.,, .,,,.,,,.,. .,,,..,, ,,,.,, . . . ,.,...,,.,,, . , .NKJV '-Q-' . -- ,. , . ll I H . . .t . , . . 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I ,,, . . , - Twlns by Jup ter' Take em quvck Be calm qvrls and let Mother think Ra er Deeley Ruchard Pauls Thomas Evans and Eugene Conger Sandra Schnexder Robin Lauson Patrncua Dopke Nancy Fessler Karen 9 Chrnsteansen and Jean Saunt To Lxte By North H1gh Students Io the rarnbunctrous tornboy of the tamrly IS hnally grven recognrtron lor her lrterary efforts 1n a newspaper the Spread Eagle Although Io never qulte outgrows her I1'11SCh19VOL1S nature she settles down falls m love and marrres a German teacher Professor Bhaer Famlly Portrait Fmally Laurre Mr Laurencesgrandson falls tended parnter of the tarmly and the two are marrxed The entertarnmg and heart warrrung play ends on a gay note as the tarruly gathers around Marmle to w1sh her happmess on her brrthclay ROW l Karen Chrlshansen Nancy Fessler ROW 2 Thomas Evans Lunda Muuss Sandra Schneider ROW 3 lean Sam! Raymond Fessler Patrucua Dopke Eugene Conger Roger Deeley Robin Lauson and Richard Pauls Fall Play 61 . . ' ' ' ' ' in love with Amy, the youngest sister and in- Learnrng a Language Lesson 'Daughters Come to Papo!" For Every Lover Must Meet His Fate Lnzette Clourette Babette Jeanette Ncnette Tolnette Dame Paulo Lnane Mikel Mlkelovsky Sylvia Franz Petrus Von Tramp Arlstnde Canuche Hon Percy Algernon Slnngsby Karen Christiansen Janet Theune Jean Rlemersma Ruth Storm Mary Ott Hornet Kruns Sondra Schneider .lane Huenmk Thomas Evans Carol Fleury Jay Nyhuns Peter Roess Timothy Schurmer Jerold Kovacuc On March 14 15 and 16 Sweethearts a comrc operetta in two acts w1th music by Victor Herbert was presented 1n the North Hlgh Aud1tor1um The setting is the small European country ot Zxla ma where Dame Paula lSandra Schnexderl operates the laundry of the White Geese Twenty two years ago an infant girl was found in the tulip garden ot the laundry The child is named Sylvia and Paula has reared her along with her own SIX daughters who are known as the White Geese Now after 22 years Mikel Mrkelovsky a deposed pol1t1c1an played by Tom Evans comes to the laundry It was he dressed as a monk who had left the child rn the tulip garden. Knowing that the adopted daughter lCarol Fleuryl is really the crown princess of Zilania Mikel is conspiring to return her to the throne. Because 62 Operetta Love and Romance Blossom As Lieufenan. KggtfffffLfffffQfffffffflfffff ,ttt ,Won fetdran x 2 "Sweethearts" Take To Stage of the unknown existence of the grrl the throne IS to go to Prrnce Franz Uay Nyhulsl who has been travelrng tn dlsgurse and has fallen 1n love wrth Sylv1a bel1ev1ng her to be a common vrllage ma1d Franz s rrval for the hand of Sylv1a IS a mrlrtary Don Iuan named L1eutenant Karl fAaron Feldmanl The fantastlc and hrlarlous schemes of the Honor able Percy Algernon Slrngsby flerald KOVGC1Cl Petrus Von Tromp fPeter Roessl and Ar1st1de Camche fT1II1 othy Schrrmerl complxcate thrngs even more They wrsh to purchase the Zrlanla estate for therr own personal uses and they threaten to ru1n the plans of M1kel who wrshes to gam the rlches for hlmself by establrshlng Sylv1a as prrncess nrnkl a mxlhner who IS employed brrefly at the laundry IS mrstakenly thought to be the lost prlncess Although she knows she IS not the real prmcess she IS glad to have the chance to become rrch Karl unfa1thful as usual makes love to L1ane and Sylv1a heartbroken by th1s promlses to marry Franz 1n order to brlng rlches and good fortune to Dame Paula and the Wh1te Geese The flrst act then closes w1th a grand flnale of choruses and prlnclpals as the nelghbors come to congratulate Sylv1a on her engagement to the Prrnce A year has passed as the second act opens and Syl v1a has lust returned from a convent Where she was educated rn preparatlon for her marrxage Now truly 1n love W1th Franz she IS formally presented to the Court of Zrlanla as the hancee of the Prlnce However con tus1on agarn rexgns when M1kel Von Tromp Canrche and Slmgsby appear on the scene each dressed as the monk who abducted the pr1ncess so that she wrll be mdebted to hun for her return to the throne lust as Franz 15 to recexve the crown Sylv1a 15 rdentrfred as the lost prmcess and L1ane brokenhearted accepts Karl Sylvxa and Franz agree to rule Jolntly everyone l1VeS happrly ever after and a grand t1nale br1ngs down the curtam on the joyous country of Z1lan1a Wooden Shoes She s Princess of Zllamal He Mus! Be a Duke' Hall to rhe Queen F I Q lx -' ' ' if t- , ' A 1 ,ynr 1 F ,A F ,re , . T , U w . . W To further confuse the situation, Liane flane Hue- Vllllamay La ry Fallon Nancy Fallon Grace Hewutt Jane I-'ewutt Dlck Hewutt Bndget MacGowan Ca rl MacGowan ii Another glflg You never told me Charles Dopke and Nancy Fessler Teenager D1scovers L1fe Is Not A A Roomful Of Roses CAST Joann Flebng lynn Petrauskn Patrlcla Dopke Palrucna Hoopman Karen Christiansen and Julie Esch Charles Dopke Raymond Fessler Nancy Fessler Peter De ,Bragl Roomful Of Roses A Roomful of Roses by Edrth Sommer was presented to the student body on May IU and ll under the d1rect1on of Mlss Helen Herman The scene 1S set 1n the home of the Fallon fam11y As the story opens Iay and Nancy are awartlng the arnval of Br1dget Nancy s daughter by a prev1ous marr1age When she does arrlve she proves to be a problem ch1ld Who IS very mlxed up and trusts no one lane and Drck Hewrtt two teenagers who l1ve next door try to reach Br1dget through fr1endl1 ness but every attempt falls The1r mother Grace Hewltt can do nothlng wrth her although she 1S a very Warm hearted person 1n sprte of her blun der1ng ways Br1dget repulses everyone refuses to go on dates or even to venture from the house to go shopprng She makes Iane spend most of her tune s1tt1ng IH the Fallon s 11v1ng room unt1l Where do you want these mother? Well here we are Joann Fleblg Patrucua Hoopman Charles Dopke and Karen Chrlsllansen Nancy Fessler Charles Dopke Patrncla Dopke and Raymond Fessle 64 Sprung Play Jay Fallon ,,,,,,,,,,,,..t..,,,..,r.,r..,r..,...,....,,,.,,,,,,,, ' I A I . A n Q 1 F 1 u A 1 . 'W 1 . ' s , I, A5 f ,gl f ff' 1 ,I " ' . A 1.u I . ' , ' , ' I - ' n , ' 1 1 1 . N AJ, 2 f A , A ' I 3 v ,, . - f, 1 I ' f' ' f' 1 I I f ' I 1 . - 1 , K , . ' 1 1 f' l f , ' 0 ll " 1 : - l A ' l l .. . ,, .YA ' ' A 1 . . 1 I 9 - I I 1 U It I ' ' . l l fl ll U 11 . . . - 1 I - . 1 - 1 ' ' 1 1 ' ' . . . . . . 1 - 1 1 - 1 .. 11 .. 11 , . , . 1 1 1 . 1 1 1 1- will t 'Q ni?-ik Take your hands off my brother' And rf you dont come back and svr down Brrdgef' Nancy Fessler Charles Dopke and Lynn Pelrauslu Peter De Braal Nancy Fessler and Patrncna Dopke Nancy d1scovers that the reason for all of these refusals IS the fact that Brrdget has never been to a dance Brldget has been ly1ng about her bexng 1ncluded 1n soclal events Furthermore she hasnt been popular at boardlng school because she IS shy and doesn t know how to act wlth other people She doesnt want the others to d1scover thts fact At last the effects of everyone s fr1endl1ness and compasslon turn Brldget 1nto a warmer and more s1ncere person She beglns to loosen up and enyoy herself and as she beglns to feel she be longs she serrously th1nks of attendlng hxgh school 1n M1dloth1an Illmols Then a m1nor calam1ty falls Dlck had asked Brldget to attend the Harvest Dance at the Coun try Club and although at f1rst she had refused frnally dates h1m D1ck s steady Madelme unexpectedly comes back from Arkansas and he Brrdre here s your trcket feels he xs obllgated to take Madelme to the dance 1nstead ot Budget That same evemng Brrdget d1scovers lay Fallon had asked Dlck to be mce to her and also that her father Mr Mac Gowan has remarned 1n her absence wrthout telllng her After the successlon of blows to her newly acqu1red self confrdence Budget w1thdraws 1nto herself aga1n and plans to return to boardmg flnally dates h1m D1cks steady Madelxne school tmmedxately mstead of rema1n1ng at her mothers home as planned As she IS about to leave she breaks down and admlts that she would rather stay wxth her mother Her father very upset by her dec1s1on allows her to rema1n sxnce she has grown to dearly love the fam11y He real1zes that he has never acted l1ke a father to her and at last he unselhshly wants her to be happy Joann Fleblg Lynn Petrauskl Raymond Fessler Nancy Fessler Charles Dopke Patr clo Hoopman Patrlcla Dopke Karen Chrlsllansen Jule Esch and Peter De Braal f 0 ZWVW 58' W--.J Sprung Play 65 I . , . I I -' I I U I ' ' I I I I 1 - , I I . I - . - ' , , , . , , . , , . . . - I - , I . . . . . . ' I ' I . . , . , , , . . . , .. ,, . - . , , , , . , . fr., ' , I4 will-1 :f , 'f. uf! l 1 'Q 1- MW 1:4 ' '45 7 A ':. ,I gr - 'V , ' r , If - , f .f x ' r f-Sv Q A ' l mf Y af, 'Q' pl ' ' -' ' "1 I ,,.,, A Q V ,V .gli Senior Band ROW l: James lntravaia, Martha Simpson, Peggy Engelhardt, Marilyn Axel, Doran Farnum, David Bray, Allan Kraemer. ROW 2: Gerald Lutz, Doris Bahr, Suellen Schulte, Jean Blevons, Kathryn Sims, Shirley Bond, Joan Smies, Darla Silbernagel, Karen Simonson James Hensel, David Axel, James Chesebro. ROW 3: Barbara Trier, Harold Meyer, Janet Rudolph, Glenn Zonick, Lynn Lousier, Donald Meier, Alfred Dees, Wallace Ruppel, James Carpenter Barbara Schinabeck, Carol Krysak. ROW 4: Richard Aaholm, Charles Calkins, Mary Welland, Donna Schnelle, Marjorie Mohs, Barbara Hessler, Mary Lou Voland, Robert Sessler Wayne Ruppel, John Huibregtse, Robert Otte, Thomas DeBlaey, Jack Kueter, Philip Vollrath, Frederic Johnson, John Rummele, Glenn Pilling, Daniel Spindler, Philip Hamilton. ROW 51 Mr. Gibson, Francis Henseler, Gretchen Farnum, Dale Belke, Andrew Otte, David Van Haveren, James Honold, Warner Loessl, Eugene Conger, Frederick Zitzer, William Meise, William Wagner. ROW 6: John Grollmus, Edwin Krenke, David Bach, Brian Leonhardt, Richard Ver Straate. ABSENT: Timothy Brand, Walter Capelle, Douglas Kueter, Douglass Maurer, Dianne Reineking, Robert Stein, Patricia Sielert, Bette TeStroete Festival Judges Congratulate Band's Technique It might prove interesting to walk past the auditorium around l:l5 p. m. some afternoon. Drums are rolling, cymbals are crashing, and tubas are rendering their musical Ummpa! Umm- pal The group that you hear playing is North High's band under the direction of Mr. Rodney Gibson. These students provide music for con- certs, football and basketball games, parades, and graduation. To do this, they must practice many long hours, Band officers elected for the year were presi- dent, Gerald Lutz, vice president, Iames Henselg secretary, Karen Simonsong treasurer, Ianet Ru- dolph, and quartermasters, Marilyn Axel and Harold Meyer. The Pep Band, under the direction of junior, Glenn Zonick, is one of the smaller groups within this organization. Its spirited music injects an added spark into our pep rallies and games. Last fall at the Homecoming Game, the band led by Suellen Schulte, Drum Majorette, put on a colorful show with fancy drill formations and "high stepping". A highlight of the school year was the mid- winter concert where the band rendered "Na- 66 Band tional Emblem" by Bagley, "Oberon" by Von Weber, "Overture and Allegro" by Couperin "Second Concerto" by Weber, with a clarinet solo played by Gerald Lutz, "Zanoni" by Cres ton, selections from "My Fair Lady" by Loewe "Caribbean Fantasy" by Morrissey, and "Aguero" by Franco. The Fox River Valley music festival was held on April 13 here in Sheboygan. The band gave an excellent performance. It played "National Emblem" by Bagley, "Psalm for Band" by Per- sichetti, and "Suite Francaise" by Milhaud. Many fine solos and ensembles were also played and judged. The fourteen students receiving stars this year went to the state festival in Madison on May ll. For the spring concert presented in May, the band played "Madeira" by de Sousa, "March Forth" by Moore, "Scarf Dance" by Chaminade, "Symphony No. 5" by Shostakovich, "Ballet for Young Americans" by Hermann, "Psalm for Band" by Persichetti and "Hoopla" by Morrissey. On Iune 8, North High's band, with assistance from Central High's band, made its last appear- ance, providing music for the graduation exer- cises at Vollrath Bowl. New Orchestra Director Initiates Active Year Under the capable supervision of our new director, Mr. Ernest Vocelka. the orchestra com- pleted a very busy and successful year, includ- ing such events as the midwinter concert, the operetta, "Sweethearts", the spring music testi- val, the spring concert, and the baccalaureate service. After careful consideration, selections for the midwinter concert were "The National Anthem", "Intermezzo from L'Arlesienne Suite No. 2" by Georges Bizet, and "Rosamunde Overture" by Franz Schubert. North's orchestra traveled to Kaukauna to appear in the Fox River Valley orchestral and vocal festival, where it received superior ratings. The orchestra, though comparatively smaller than the other orchestras at the festival, was rated very highly by Mr. Richard Church, direc- tor of the University of Wisconsin orchestra, who acted as judge. He complimented the orchestra on its fine balance, blend, and intonation. String solos also participated. At the spring concert the orchestra played "Chapel Shrine" by C. Leoni, the beautiful "You'll Never Walk Alone", a Rodgers and Ham- merstein composition, and Ludwig Van Beetho- ven's "Finale from the Fifth Symphony". Three Senior Orchestra novelty pieces which rounded out the program were "In a Persian Market" by A. W. Ketelby, fast and intricate "Iazz Pizzicato" by Leroy An- derson, and "Bugler's Holiday", also by Ander- son. ln the latter number, Allred Dees, Donald Meier, and Wayne Ruppel were featured in a trumpet trio. After Iudith Hahn, Karen Walthers, and Dee Peterson played solos in "Ave Maria" by Franz Schubert, the "Double Eagle March" by I. F. Wagner concluded the program. For the baccalaureate service the orchestra traditionally plays the "Grand March from Aida" by Verdi, and "Pomp and Circumstance" by Elgar. The programs put on by the orchestra through- out the year could not be made possible Without many hours of hard work, diligent and tedious practice by the personnel of the organization and the guidance of Mr. Vocelka. Officers who were elected by the orchestra members performed various duties during the year. They are: president, Raymond Fesslerg vice president, Marcia Iohnson, treasurer, Karen Iohn- song librarian, Dee Peterson, reporter, Karen Wal- thers, and accompanists, Mary Diederich and Robin Lauson. ROW l: Karen Walthers, Dee Peterson, Judith Hahn, David Bray, Allan Kraemer, Martha Simpson, James lntravaia, Marcia Johnson, Karen Johnson. ROW 2: James Overbeck, Thomas Entringer, Betty Neuwirth, Wayne Ruppel, Donald Meier, Alfred Dees, Gretchen Farnum, Dale Belke, Gerald Lutz, Doris Bahr, David Axel, James Chesebro, James Hensel, Carol Krysak. ROW 3: Eugene Conger, William Meise, William Wagner, Philip Hamilton, Daniel Spindler, Glen Pilling, John Rummele, Andrew Otte, Edwin Krenke, Vivian Clarich, John Grollmus, Mr. Vocelka. ABSENT: Raymond Fessler. Orchestra 67 A Cappella Chou' ROW I emnk orm nender ess er umer Alterg Baker J Ruemersma J Maas B Schuette Mr Larsen ROW 2 renson M Alex E B II der L W kelhorst K Chr stnansen H Kus Katte M Ott M Murtha P Wulke C Hendrn Maas P Muth J Aefl ROW 3 Nouschultz B Zastrow D Verhulst F Wenskopf J KoemgJ Otten H Otte A Feldman P Hernemann R Peroutka B PfeuHer Dann M Aschenbrenner J Kasey ROW 4 ak D eek T ans aus r e us snlc c nrmer orn Bute J Kovacs: Van Der Puy J Theune ABSENT Bourret M Deederlch C Fleury M Kusolelc D Luecke P Roess S Verstrate W Wornecke Express1on Through Song Accomphshed By Choruses Wllh Mr George Larsen back aga1n th1s year songs and scales are always heard near Room ll0 the mus1c room Th1s s1ng1ng may come from the A Cappella Cho1r the Iunlor Chorus the Freshmen Grrls Glee Club the newly orgamzed Northmen a group of freshmen and sophomore boys or the Curls Glee Club The Chrxstmas concert began w1th xts trad1 t1onal candlel1ght processlonal after whrch Fan fare for Chr1stmas Day by Shaw and Chrrstmas Lullaby by Synder were sung by the A Cappella Cholr The smglng and narratmg of Song of Chrlstmas arranged by Rrngwald was the hrgh Glrls Glee Club pomt of thxs program Next the Iumor Chorus blended therr voxces 1n The Flrst Noel by Cam and Masters 1n Thrs Hall an old Englrsh carol The Northmen then sang old favorltes such as O Tannenbaum a German carol and Whxte Chrrslmas Luther s Away 1n the Manger and Daves Four Chrrstmas Carols were presented by the Grrls Glee Club The program was con cluded w1th the combmed choruses srngmg S1 lent Nlght The days and weeks of rehearsal pard off 1n March when our muslc department gave the com1c operetta Sweethearts The delxghtful W I D Welmg J Elsold E Leutl M Johnson A Douglas S Pankratz R Lauson M Martens N Lawrence B Kramer D Lun e W 2 S H S Felssn D Ce G Enge J Klabunde P Goldmann J Kolsle J Buschmann C Kummer C Bmversue ROW 3 J pphun J us P e er o J Korfl J Jansen A Anhalt L Lubac ABSENT L Mountaun N Rudnick B Wagner V Wagner 68 Chorus 1 J. Hu ' , R. St , S. Sch ' , P. F l , O. Te , J. A. Lutz, M. Messner, J. Wilsing, M. Stoelb, M. Lugg, J. ott, E. : M. So , . I , . e in. , . lin , . i ' , . r i , M. , . , . , . ' , . 'kse, B. , . , . l . , ' : J. Str , . L , - Ev f R- P l, J. Jetze , W. Doyl , J. Nyh i, J. Re ' k, T. S h' , S. H , R. Gessl, T. yn, . ', 1 B. , , ' ' , . , . ' , . , . , . , . . ' I l l RO : . I' , . ' , . ' , . , . , . , - , - . - 1 - 1 - d - RO 1 . Fritsch, C. Iinak, . ' ger, . sar, . I, . , . , . , . , . , . ' ' 1 . Re , . P I , J. Fiebig, M. Silvis, L. etasnick, D. K pp t, J. B Il, . , . , . , . h. Freshmen Chorus 'MRPIL 13.943 i ROW P Boll S Menzer A Leverenz J Dnckmann S Steplar L Douglas S Baumann D Aschenboch K Rennie N G Hth L Str hl V Earl S Barack S Popkoff L Zimmerman N Sohre J A Kaluzo F Hert B Kneevers K Sauer ROW M J Nelson M J Kolste J Saemann B Leverenz C Sheghorst J A Dlener M Seeklns J Rush R Kalk J Vogel M Gottsocker S Genszler J Schneuder J L Meyer B Stux B Langenhahn B Schuette P Huebner J Stnefvater ROW G Yurk N Dahler S Zalkowsku J Huenlnk P Knaub A Goodsteln L Brockmon J Felsnnger D r mg B oss L Denison J Heckert B Schmidt G Mueller E Stubler D Breu K Stegemeyer J Jensen J Oson Bruetzman K Darnrow R Belllnder L Wnlke P Raml M Wnmmer C Johnson ABSENT L Potchak songs and mustc colorful costumes good settmgs and complete cast W1ll always be remembered for the1r excellent presentatlon Th1s years Fox Rlver Valley Muslc Festwal was held 1n Kaukauna Part1c1pat1ng tn th1s an nual event were the A Cappella Cho1r and the Glrls Glee Club Both s1ng1ng groups rece1ved good comments on thelr mterpretatlons A duet by Carol Fleury and Iay Nyhuls recelved starred hrst rat1ng as d1d solos by lack Den Boer MGFCIG Iohnson Ruth Storm and lean R1emersma ln May the Sprmg Concert was grven The A Cappella Cho1r 1ntroduced for the flrst t1me ln Sheboygan God s Trombones arranged by Iunlor Chorus Rxngwald Th1s song IS a choral arrangement ot Iames Weldon Iohnson s poems The A Cappella Cho1r also sang selectlons from The K1ng and I by Rodgers and Hammersteln Dressed 1n West ern attlre and seated around a camphre the Iunlor Chorus sang songs from the West The Girls Glee Club then sang Tutu Maramba by MCKIDHSY and Waters Rrpple and Flow by Taylor Last but not least the Freshmen Chorus harmontzed 1n Amer1c:a Our Herrtage and ltca s Castle S1ng1ng 1n these varxous programs and events the chorrs agatn showed wonderful contrlbutlons to North Hlgh W l K Nay on J Hoffman J Jarvus D Polzln M Tlmm B TeStroete J Goebel A Entrlnger K Den Boer E Schmntz ROW 2 M elnse D Zabel N Dlederlch H Olte K Kaeppler B ock S U ech Schm tt P Pauls J Dorfman K Buec ROW 3 J Jonakalt D Nack P Murphy R Anderle J Weber J Den Boer L Olmstead J Laack P Manmng J Richter ABSENT M Burr C Lohse J Oberhuber N Shunk Chorus 69 4' . X' -. . ,K , A 'n ,. F ' v ' -V'e.. A 'eo L V v V N Q f 4-v - -. w' , .. l: . , . , . , . ' , . , . , . , . , . 4 , . rii , . a , . 2: . . , . . , . , . , . ' , . . ' , . ' , . , . , . , . , 3: . , . , . ' ', . ' , . , . ' , . , . ' , . Od' , . R , T. eicht, R. ' , - . - ' , - . - . . , - , - , Q l - ROW 4: J. Uhl, T. Ludwig, R. Andre, K. Siebert, J. Oehler, F. Zillner, R. Neumann, D. Maurer, J. Gmach, D. Bach,, K. Meyer, C. Lienau, M. ' ' C1 ' . . ,. . ' . .. : . L ' , . , . ' ' , . , . , . Br , . H , J. I , . , . , . hcl, Mlm Varsity Debate Squad Eruc Hansen Patrlcla Dopke Ralph Stuenhaus Raymond Fessler Argumentatlve Tactlcs Developed By Debators Resolved That the Federal Government should sustam the prrces ot mayor agrrcultural products at not less than 90 fo of par1ty Thrs statement started oft the debate season The quest1ons d1S cussed by 50 students thrs year pertammg to the prrce of agrlcultural products 1S a mayor rssue ln pol1t1cs today USIHQ def1n1t1ons construct1ve speeches sound reasonmg and rebuttles the 1nd1v1dual hdence IH h1mself as a speaker He develops a stronger sense ot reasonrng and learns to thmk Debate Squad tor hxmself A debate student read1ly realrzes that there are two s1des to every questlon and rs ready to defend the stand Wh1ch he has chosen Debaters can earn membersh1p 1n the Natron al FOIGHSIC League by acqurrmg 25 pornts or more 1n varlous debates Thrs membershlp en t1tles them to partrcxpate ln spec1al NFL forensxc tournaments North H1gh s varsity squad 1S made up ol tour Hansen and Ralph Sternhaus The debate squad IS coached by Mr Wrllard Wrtzelrng ROW Sandra Ehler Robert Hickey Ruth Storm Sharon Laschunskl Judith Hahn Dorothy Polzun Mary Tlmm Shurley Felsmger Jacquelune Werner Sylvla Barack Theodore Holman ROW Robert Goodman Marcia Helfman Mutchell Blackman Charles Dopke Sandra Schnelder Marllyn Axel Martha Simpson Ella Wudro Sue Sonntag Anna Vullnow Michael Salnnsky ROW Davad Axel Robert Belllnder Westley Schultz James Federer Patrlcla Dopke Denms Wltthuhn Judith Sass Peggy Engelhardt Delores Breu Jane Schmutt Jane Schnelder Lynne Lund ROW 4 Jerald Kovaclc Palmer Stiles Robert McCord John Scharrer James Overbeck Tony Kreuter Ralph Stelnhaus Raymond Fessler Errc Hansen John Koenig Thomas Evans Sandralee DeSombre Mary Aschenbrenner Judith Erdmann Mr Wltzelmg 70 Debate l ll 7 v . Q M gf I . . 0 ' ' ' . debdle Student 194-'ITUS T0 UCCIUUG P0159 Gnd COT1' members Patricia Dopke, Raymond Fessler, Eric lr , ' , , I If ' , A , l , l ' . 4 21 ' , ' , ' J . , ' . ' , ' , ' , 32 ' . ' . , . I ' , ' ' f l , , Natronul Forenslc Contestants Dorothy Polznn Mary Tumm Martha Sampson and Raymond Fessler AGSENT Rachel Eggebeen Bruce Holman Jean Salnt Sondra Schne der Students Aclueve Success In Forens1c Program North students part1c1pate rn two forens1c or gan1zat1ons One IS the W1scons1n Hrgh School Forensrc Assocratlon and the other IS the Na t1onal Forens1c League In the WISCOHSIH Hlgh School Forensrc Asso c1at1on students go to a dxstrrct contest and 1f they W1n an A ratmg they go on to the state tournament Thrs year of the e1ght students who recerved A rat1ngs at the drstrrct tournament The erght students are Iacquelrne Werner Patrx C10 Dopke Palmer Stlles Bruce Holman Rachel Eggebeen Karen Chrrstlansen Lmda Muuss and lean Sarnt All of the e1ght recerved A ratrngs at the state except Rachel Eggebeen who re cerved a B ratrng The Natronal Forenslc League or NFL IS an organrzatlon Wh1ch has certarn requrrements for State Forensrc Contestants ROW I Nancy Fessler Rachel Eggebeen Jean Sannt Patrlcla Dopke entrance Pornts are garned by students rn de bate and lorensrc partrcrpatron and a mrnlmum ol 25 pornts earned 1S necessary to Jorn NFL The d1str1ct NFL tournament was held rn Kenosha th1s year It IS organrzed IH a serles of rounds and those who place rn the lrnal rounds are el1g1ble for the Natronal Tournament Three students Dorothy Polzln lean Saxnt and Rachel Eggebeen took part rn the flnals thrs year and although they drd not place they are to be com mended lor reachxng the t1nal round Several d1v1s1ons rn forensrcs whrch a student can enter provrde lor a Wrde cho1ce ID expressrng and developrng speech skrlls They are extern porcrneous speakrng and readrng or1g1nal and non orxgrnal orat1on rnterpretrve readlng and humorous and serrous declamatron ROW 2 Charles Dopke Robert McCord Lmda Muuss Palmer Stnles Bruce Holman ABSENT Karen Christiansen Joann Flebug Karen Walthers Jacqueline Werner Forensncs 71 i . I I ' 1 seven received A ratings at the state tournament. - ' - l l Polans Editors ROW l Patrucla Wllke Janet Rudolph Allan Berman Julle Esch Judy Elsold ROW 2 James Goodman Eugene Goldberg Cynthna Van Der Puy Thomas Entr nger Robert Schulz 1957 Polans Staff Makes Yearbook L1te 1n a Modern World IS the theme of the 1957 Polar1s wh1ch wlll long be consldered a treasury of memorles by students of North Under the general d1rect1on of edxtor 1n Chlef Allan Berman and the laculty advlsers M1ss Dor othy Velth Mr Carl Enger Mr Edward Goebel Work on the 1957 ed1t1on soon after school began Iulle Esch and her art staff deslgned the cover and carr1ed out the theme 1D prctures Wh1le Rob ert Schulz and Thomas Entrlnger co edltors of the photography staff began taktng plctures early ln the year of rmportant and lnterestmg act1v1t1es These p1ctures bring to mxnd wtth clar1ty 1mportant events and people of North Llterary work 1n the Polarrs wh1ch tncludes tures was taken care of by Iudy E1SOld and the l1terary staff Iames Goodman sports edxtor and h1s staff carefully obtalned the detalls of sports Literary Staff Sports Staff ROW l Lynne Lund Loss Petasnlck Betty Newman Natalue Rudnlck ROW 1 Richard Dexhelmer Thomas Evans Aaron Feldman Judlth Kolste Janet Strak Ralph Sgemhgus ROW 2 Sharon Laschmsk' Joann F'eb'g Ccrolonn Shame' ROW 2 Jerome Head John Koenug Randall Hake John Thornton Ruchard Pauls Jean Salnt Peter De Braol Rachel Eggebeen Judnh Hahn Richard Kraus ABSENT Karen Walthers Jacquelune Werner ABSENT James Chesebro Duane Remy 7? Polarls l and Mr' Donald Pcmsboml the Polaris Sfdff began writing all the stories and captions under the pic- l l 5 ss Index Staft ROW l Barbara Kramer Barbara Truer Marlene Gehrlg Peggy Muth ROW 2 Kathleen Prlce Martha Stoelb Anne Douglas ABSENT Jlll Klabunde Lols Mountain Carol Schelwat Duane Wellnng Marlorre Wntbert Adverhsmg and Typing Staff ROW l ROW 2 Karen Chrrshansen Jane Huenmk Anne Jensen Mary Muchels Judith Kasey Dorus Bahr Shirley Starck Irene Schulz Lorraine Newman Karen Slmonson Laureen Lubach Ruth Storm Jacqueline Aleft Sandralee DeSombre Shlrley Felstnger Donna Keppert Karen Loebbaka Mary Murtha Janet Theune Judlth Zabel ABSENT A Treasured Record Of School Events activities throughout the year and planned the sports section The senlors to whom this book will be espe cially important will find their pictures and ac txvities recorded in the senior section which was arranged by Patricla Wilke and her sen1or staff Cynthia Van Der Puy the typlng editor and her very capable Workers had the yob of typing all the copy which was turned in as edited copy Senior Stail ROW I Karen Walthers Loulse Johnson Alnne Johnson Darla Lofy ROW 2 Ellene Baker Jeanette Ende Marlene SllVlS Duane Leek ROW 2 Mary Tellen Jo Ann Lutz ABSENT ABSENT Frances Hlltgen Barbara Packer The index staff headed by Ianet Rudolph identi tied all the pictures and arranged the 1ndex berg and his staff furnished the business aspect of the book by SOl1C1L1I'1g ads and promoting sales of it This our Polarls is the result of many long hours of Work Its authors are not only those who have constructed it but the students of North who have done all that is recorded in 1t Art Stall ROW 1 Brenda Rabnnovutz Sharon Stegerneyer Karen Chrustlansen Nancy Fessler Donna Schnelle Eva Posselws Dale Belke Judlth Boll Mary Dlederuch Patrlcla Eggebeen Jerry Jarvis Dennis Luecke Nancy Pohl Barbara Zastrow Polarls 73 is J sf Q M, kg Q L yr f I I - . , , alphabetically. Business editor, Eugene Gold- ! I . , , Urbamte Editors ROW I Sharon Laschmskl Jacquellne Werner Jean Saant Marlgene Carpenter Nancy Fessler ROW 2 Linda Blevons Kathryn Sums Duane Leek Mary Jo Zummach Carolann Steiner Joan Altergott ROW 3 Thomas Manning Eric Hansen Linda Muuss News, Interest Items Released By Urbamte Staff Probably one of the most h9Cl1C rooms in all of North High School especially on Fndays 1S Room 124 which serves as the nucleus for North s bi weekly paper The Urban1te When students recelve their paper on Frlday afternoon l1ttle do they realize how much work to them on that particular Friday is old news to the edrtors who ass1gned 1t two weeks before Spanning that two Week perlod are the 1deas whrch ultimately fall into shape cmd end up 1n a story correctly Written copyread typed proof read pr1nted and proofread again Naturally such an undertak1ng requires time Therefore the staff meets daily 1n Room 124 dur mg the seventh perrod to decide pol1c1es and d1S tribute tasks At this time lean Saint edltor 1n Linda Muuss and Mary Io Zummach co news ed1 tors evaluate the news Carolann Steiner feature editor digs up many 1deGS for the feature page and Thomas Manning sports editor writes head Art Staff Advertising and Typing Sta!! ROW I Karen Chrnstlansen Judith Boll Rachel Eggebeen ROW I Loss Mountain Karen Chrlstnansen Kathleen Price ROW 2 Vlvlan Clanch Eric Hansen Patricia Eggebeen ROW 2 Nancy Fessler lrene Schulz ABSENT Loss Alpert Gaul Dortman Duane Leek Carol Schelwat ABSENT Joan Altergott Mary Burr Donna Cesar Karen Loebbaka .lane Schmitt Karen Walthers Judith Zntzer Beverly Paegelow 74 Urbanlte I I . I I I I I - goes 11110 thls fouppage paper' For what 15 news chief, supervises editorials and pertinent details: I - .- ' , : ' , I I - Cub Reporters Star Reporters ROW I ROW 2 ABSENT Marlene Snlvls Mary Messner Marcia Helfman Lynn Lousler Bonnne Langenhahn Sandra Ehler Julue Jones Juduth Erdmonn Rachel Eggebeen Suellen Schulte Shnrley Bond Eugene Conger Gerald Feldman Nancy Fenn Robert Hansen Bruce Holman Judy Huemnk Jean Jensen Jeannie Jonakant Louise Krlnnlnger Duane Leek Peter Levlne Ann Leverenz Dennis Luecke Mlchael Sallnsky Marulynn Sorensen Ronald Thalacker Ann Troxel Mary Wetland Patrncua Wulke l1nes referrmg to Norths br1ll1ant showlng the n1ght before The Chlef duty of Dlane Leek proofreader and Sharon Lasch1nsk1 copyreader 1S to read reread and to correct every one of the approxunately 5 706 Words 1n the paper Whereas loan Altergott and accurately Advertxsmg manager lacquellne Werner so l1c1ts ads and arranges them on the page rn Wells and pyram1ds Nancy Fessler c1rculat1on man ager supervlses the d1strxbut1on of 800 Urbanltes 1nto every nook and cranny and malls 200 add1 Full Reporters ROW l Barbara Packer Juduth Jarvus Karen Chrlshansen Harrnet Hollungsworth Jane Schmntt ROW 2 Lynne Lund Allan Berman Sondra Schnender Judy Eusold Martha Sumpson Judith Hahn ROW 3 Wnlham Busse Thomas Wnck Palmer Shles Karen Walthers ABSENT Julle Esch Jesse Gerber, Jamce Karl Charles Knocke John Thornton ROW l Lrnda Muuss Nancy Fessler Mary Jo Zummach Linda Blevons ROW 2 Jocquellne Werner Carolann Stemer Jean Saunt Thomas Mannung Judcth Boll ABSENT Kathryn Sums t1onal Urban1tes to all parts of the Umted States and many torelgn countr1es Block draW1ngs and photographs are handled by Erlc Hansen art ed1tor and Lmda Blevons and Mangene Carpenter Co photographers the release of art1cles to the Sheboygan Press and lncludes anythlng she deems 1mportant enough to be prmted MISS Fern Sal1sbury the Urbamtes faculty adv1ser Watches the escapades of both busmess and ed1tor1al staffs W1th an expenenced eye Cnrculatnon Stat! RCW l Erlene Baker Jo Ann Lutz Donna Cesar Kathleen Prlce ROW 2 Freya Rudnlck Patrlcua Smsth Jacquelune Werner ROW 3 Ronald Thalacker Llnda Blevons Elsie Neuwlrth Mary Tellen Le Roy Matzdorf ABSENT Patrncna Eggebeen Anthony Fessler Mary Jo Lange Urbanute 75 heed typistl types every Single Word speedily Press release edltor, Kathryn Suns, supervlses , , Honor Society Potruca Dopke Kathryn Sums Julue Esch Janet Kreuter Raymond Fessler Allan Berman Lorraune Leubham Carolann Steiner Jean Saint Kathryn Prolle Outstanclmg Students Elected To Honor SOC1etY North H1gh School s Chapter of the Natxonal Honor SOC1GlY IS based on qual1t1es of scholar shlp leadersh1p servlce and character Each year flfteen percent of the sen1ors and f1Ve per cent of the 1un1ors are chosen by the faculty and approved by the faculty counc1l Students selected for membershxp last year xnclude Raymond Fessler pres1dent Allan Ber man v1ce pres1dent Iul1e Esch secretary Ie-an Saxnt treasurer Patrlcla Dopke Ianet Kreuter Lorra1ne Lelbham Kathryn Pralle Kathryn S1ms and Carolann Stelner Van Dr1el and Mr Arden Wandrey th1s years Honor Soc1ety held a meetlng IH the Hosp1tal1ty Room once a month A prolect f1n1shed by these students was that of the plaque whlch 1S now 1n the aud1tor1um lobby Thls plaque l1sts all of the North alumnx who lost the1r l1ves IH World War ll and Korea As usual they sponsored the Alumn1 Game and Dance But th1s year thelr sponsorsh1p was under a new system namely, that of ten t1cket teams each superv1sed by a member of the Honor SOC16lY and a hxgh t1Ckel seller Due to th1s new system over S400 was netted for scholarsh1ps whxch were g1ven to deservlng students To secure money for the ever d1m1n1sh1ng ac t1v1ty fund the tlcket teams also were requested 76 Honors by the adm1n1strat1on to obta1n advert1s1ng con tracts for the program booklet for the W I A A Basketball Tournament 1n March Owmg to the success of these t1cket teams they were cont1nued through the operetta and added Sl l77 to the act1v1ty fund On Apr1l 25 North s Honor Soclety was host to Central s Panzer Chapter at a luncheon served 1n the Hosp1tal1ty Room As an added attract1on Mtss Edna Oelke spoke on the h1ghl1ghts of her recent trlp to Europe and rllustrated her talk wxth a ser1es of sl1des ductron of new members whrch occurred on May 2 After the 1mpress1ve ceremony a tea was held for all students and thexr parents Newly elected sen1ors were Iud1th Boll Rachel Eggebeen Ioann F1eb1g Ellzabeth Fuerst Iames Goodman Iohn Grollmus Erlc Hansen Charles Knocke Rlchard Kraus Rob1n Lauson L1nda Muuss Betty Newman lay Nyhu1s Barbara Packer Brenda Rab1nov1tz Dlane Remy Suellen Schulte Mar1or1e Tenpas and Iohn Thornton Iuntors elected were Mary Aschenbrenner Dav1d Bray Thomas Cerull Iarnes Chesebro Thomas Evans Iudxth Hahn R1chard Pauls San dra Schne1der and Mary Io Zummach Honorary members were Eva Possellus and Robtn Symes 'i , ' , A f , , , ' ' , ' , ' , I I I 2 l ' : . - . . . . v ' I I I I ' . I Undsf the Cflpsibls supervision Of Miss Marie A final task was the preparation for the in- ' ' I I I ' I I I I I . 1 I 1 I 1 " Badger Delegates NROTC and Natlonal Merrt Scholarships Allan Berman Julue Esch Charles Knocke ROW l John Grollmus Richard Kraus Raymond Fessler James Wllke ROW 2 John Thornton Janet Kreuter Richard Dexhelmer Outstandlng Students Awarded Spec1a1 Honors The Elks Most Valuable Student Award went to Raymond Fessler He recelved th1s honor by subrmttlng a scrapbook showlng the act1v1t1es 1n whrch he had partlclpated dur1ng hxs school years and also show1ng hrs achxevements school record and recommendat1ons The Daughters of the Amencan Revolut1on gave thelr Good C1l1Z9HSh1p Award to Iean Sa1nt The senlor class g1rls and the faculty selected her from a 11st of twenty f1V9 top g1rls on the mer1ts of her scholarsh1p and c1t1zensh1p An NROTC scholarshlp 1ssued by the Navy Department was awarded to R1chard Kraus To ga1n th1s honor he had to take several tests and be 1n good phys1cal cond1t1on Durmg the summer of the1r 1un1or year Iuhe Esch Allan Berman and Charles Knocke served as Badger Delegates to Badger Glrls and Badger Boys State Havmg been chosen by the students and faculty to represent North H1gh at Mad1son and at R1pon they part1c1pated 1n the actual workmgs of government The Amerlcan F1eld Serv1ce awards scholar sh1ps to 1un1ors g1v1ng them an opportunlty to l1ve w1th a forelgn tarmly tor three months Th1s year Sandra Schne1der w1ll represent North 1n th1s program Last year Iudy E1sold spent the summer 1n Germany Students also recelve art awards for work they entered 1n a state w1de scholast1c art con test Ianet Kreuter and Lynne Lund recelved Keys and the1r work was entered 1n the na t1or1al contest Rec1p1ents of honorable ment1ons were Iudtth Boll Frederrc Iohnson Lynne Lund Kathleen Naylon Carolann Stexner and Iacque l1ne Werner AFS Exchange Students Most Valuable Student and DAR Representative Judy Elsold Sandra Schneider Raymond Fessler Jean Saunt Honors 77 - n u 1 1 - 5 1 1 1 : , , . l I 1 1 . 1 , . . . 1 ' ' ll 11 . . I - 1 I 1 1 1 1 I I '- . 1 . , 1 . , . A holrday note was added to the Chrrstmas dance program when Rrchard Pauls rn hrs role as master ot ceremon1es rntroduced Dee Peterson and Karen Walthers a vocal duet the Grnger snaps a grrls quartet and Raymond Fessler Gerald Lutz and Robert Rrddell a lrvely 1azz tr1o These students took t1me out to enterta1n Crystal Chrrstmas goers wxth a gay start to the hollday season l 78 Proqrnms Always a brg success and fun for all the Freshmen Mrxer IS the hrst event 1n the fall Bemg therr flrst hlgh school socral event many freshmen seem rather shy However they soon overcome therr reluctance to part1c1pate and Jorn rn the fun even 1f It does mean one dance wxth the wastebasket' pep sklts and we see the Blg Bad Redman played by George Conrad t1ed up for another season Creatmg enthus1asm and boostrng mo rale pep skrts play an unportant part rn sup portrng our athletrc program For the hrst lyceum program of the year Duke Montague the W1ZGTd of Ahs and hrs partner Myrnella the Memory Lady were presented to the student body Known as The Gloom Cha sers the two provlded an rnterestrng halt hour Myrnella astounded the students wlth a demon strat1on of photographrc memory and Duke Mon tague mystrhed h1s audrence as a topnotch come dran and magrcran . , It's another one of those rousing North-Central , l I - l . . . . Under the d1rect1on of Mr Ioseph A Mussel man the R1pon College Cho1r presented a speclal assembly program for the students of North Htgh The openlng number a German Canto Slngt dem Herren set the mood for nearly the enttre program wh1ch was concluded wxth SIX Love Songs a llghter number by Iohannes Brahms The solo1sts were Cynthla Engelbracht Phyll1s Schaffer and Robert McPherson and the accom pamsts were Patrtcxa Cl1ft and Ioyce Prxce The fore1gn student dr1ve thxs year aroused such enthuslasm that the students contrrbuted al most f1fty dollars over the goal A blg factor 1n 1ts success was a panel d1scuss1on moderated by Mr W1llard Wxtzellng Appearmg on the panel were Iudy E1sold our A F S exchange student to Germany the two fore1gn students from Central Claude Godxn of Belg1um and Otto Van Rhoon of Holland the fore1gn student at Kohler from Ger many Otto Wolfe Ebehart Ahrens and North s two exchange students Eva Possehus Sweden and Robm Symes New Zealand After each stu dent gave a brlef summary of l1fe 1n h1s country h1s comments on the Amer1can Way and a few humorous 1n1ect1ons the program was concluded w1th an mformal round of questrons Commemorattng a prolonged frxendshtp be tween the two Amer1cas Pan Amerlcan Day was observed at North Hxgh 1n the form of an audx torlum program The Spanlsh classes presented a slut compar1ng the customs of Mextco and the Unxted States complete Wlth Mexrcan mus1c1ans and a bullfxght A pantom1me artlst Mr Harry Bartron ap peared at North for a lyceum program 1n the spr1ng Mr Barton f1rst gave the htstory of the three thousand year old art and expla1ned why he wore a wh1te costume make up, and skull cap He then began h1s excellent performance by pan tom1m1ng such sketches as a bachelor sewtng on a button a parade of manlacs and a mule r1de To conclude the lyceum he dxd a humorous sketch on young love Programs 79 1 . 11 . 1 1 11 . 1 - . 1- . 11 . , . 1 1 1 ' , . . . , 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 ' 1 . 11 . 11 1 1 1 - 1 ' 1 ' - 1 1 - 1 1 4 sl , '21 " af I . F3 'TJ ,e? ' my Hy-9 , 1 M J' , , V , - . 191 5 by nfs-Q I Nrf I 1 x jf ,gl yi! JJ Y ,X I lt! W 1 ' 9 ' X x IN I M L Q, M N , t R 1. 1 f .H I-if SPCRTS A W5 A U? I Raiders Enter 1956 Football Season LX 6 A 4 qw WWW M Iames Schorer Drlves for Goal Lxne Whxle Thomas Klauck and Peter Roess Lend a Hand 82 Football HATS OFF TO OUR VARSITY COACHES HEAD COACH Mr Robert Root LINE COACH Mr Howard Vleth BACKFIELD COACH Mr Thomas Van Lleshout fy With Thrilling Victory Over Kaukauna fr H17 lwffflf Vlwwfl M 4 LD NORTH 33 KAUKAUNA 7 O TH TO ln M tl North s battling Raiders started the 56 foo In the first confe ence game of the season the season with a bang as they scored a victory over play from scrlmmage a pass netted them a touch down and from there on the game turned into a rout Using th1s passrng to great advantage they punched out a 33 7 vrctory over the h1ghly touted oe Rarders suffered a stunnmg 28 12 loss to Man1to 1 Shxpbuilders marched down the field for an early T D Despite a good running and passing attack North was unable to score unt1l the third quarter and then scored only once in the fourth quarte before t e end of the game ,jfX.,g,-jo!-C, CL! 7LfL Cfk, 771-'Lf M jlfjm fygf,,,,,,f1.e 6.1: 656-Gfafdg flN-"-'VJ Cldfrfv Varsity Football Team iafvwf as Xu.A.fQ1: ROW 1 Allan Berman James Stubler Charles Knocke James Hensel Thomas Schnnabeck Robert nlsl James Baumgart Richard llvmgston ROW 2 Alan Wasserman Thomas Klauck Joseph Kllelunas Robert Schlundt Peter Roess James Schorer Clarence Salzwedel Kenneth Luedtke Thomas Cerull R chard Nack ROW 3 James Schmltt Jay Nyhuns Frederick Wulke Roger Crocker Paul Nyhus John Grollmus Don Ostergaard Davnd Jung Robert Gutscho Robert Loeftler Bernard lemkull Football 83 . l ' . 0 ko I 1 l f l ' L fl l I l l l If Q L , " JJ ' wwfswsegf CJ Q L JL R 0 4 l - 1 Ujq, , I V ec. K Kaukauna's Galloping Ghosts. On North's first woc. Following the first kick off, Manitowoc's l f . X . s s Q. . ' I J , - if f e Q Jay Nyhuis Richard Livingston NORTH 20 APPLETON 32 North s Golden Raxders met the Appleton Terrors mn a hard fought tussle The stalwart defense and dr1v1ng offense of the Rarders fought for three quarters 1n a seesaw battle Tremendous runmng and passlng were shown by both srdes Appleton after mterceptlng a Ra1der pass rn the tlnal half went on to w1n 32 20 in a heartbreakmg defeat for our Blue Golds NORTH 0 GREEN BAY EAST 20 Our Ra1ders absorbed another crushlng defeat th1s t1me at Green Bay ln the hands of East s Red Devlls Even though outmanned North gave a very respectable showlng Easts speedy backfleld proved to be too much for Norths defense They scored the hrst t1me they got the ball and proceeded to score two more T D s wxnmng the game 20 U Robert Riddell Don Ostergaard Robert Gutschow Peter Roess 84 Football NORTH 27 OSHKOSH 32 Desplte three touchdowns rn the fourth quarter North s Rarders were edged out by a tough Oshkosh Eleven Gshkosh scored Z0 polnts before North was able to cross the goal l1ne late rn the frrst half By the trme North scored agaxn on an 11 yard run Oshkosh had a commandlng 32 14 lead Two touchdown plays by the Rarders w1th mxnutes to go couldnt close the QCP NORTH 0 POND DU LAC 14 Hampered by an 1n1ury r1ddled backheld the North men were unable to sustam an effectrve offensrve drlve Fond du Lac led by battermg Ronald Gusse scored a touchdown 1n each of the frrst two quarters The second half was a scoreless trlt W1th nelther team yreldmg ground At the frnal gun the Raiders were left on the short end of a 14 0 score Roger Crocker John Grollmus Charles Knocke James Baumgart Allan Berman David Jung Thomas Klauck 1 Football 85 NORTH NORTH NORTH NORTH NORTH NORTH NORTH V GAME SCORES CENTRAL MANITOWOC GREEN BAY WEST APPLEON GREEN BAY EAST OSHKOSH POND DU LAC Wall am Doyle Charles Calk ns James Oldenburg G orge Co rad V s End Season Wrth H1gh Hopes Of Makmg Next Year s Vars1ty Th1s year North s Iunror Vars1ty team entered competttlon ln the newly formed Iunlor Fox R1ver Valley Conference Although the team trmshed w1th six losses and two t1es 1ts success ln tra1n 1ng and teamwork more than made the season worthwh1le Every member of the team ga1ned as m actual conference play At the head of our I V team 15 Coach Robert Ebert Throughout the season Coach Ebert works' Iumor Varsity Football Team w1th each rndrvrdual player help1ng h1m to over come h1s faults and successfully develop h1s tal ents Besldes lndxvrdual Work and coachlng long hours are spent teachxng rmportant prrnctples of runnrng and blocklng Plays are smoothly Worked out and all players are molded together 1nto a los1ng the squad learns teamwork and rdeals of fa1r play both Wh1ch are very necessary as var s1ty football players and rn later lrle ROW l Wulllam Johnson Owen Balde James Zabel Pa I Ubbelohde Larry Olmstead Lloyd Packer Denns Katte Wayne Schel at Jerome Humm tzsch Rchard Schulte Thomas Roess Eugene Russell M chael Wrght T mothy Holtz ROW 2 Br an Leonhardt Wllla Wandrey Davd Malcen Tho as Wlck Denns Wltthuhn Roger Sch lz Robert Lange Rchc d Kr eger John Pantzer Davd Bray James Chesebro Wlllnam Busse LeRoy Matzdorf Robert Otte Coach Ebert Q 86 Football I. . 5 6 U 27 U 7 U 7 6 6 12 18 U 7 'i , i , , e n . J. -I l n n I I VC1lUClbl9 eXP9fie1'1C9 in eVefYdGY lfcfining GS Well complete unit. More important than winning or : ' ' , , , u , I l 1 W I 1 , i , , , i i , i . 1 i , i'm , i ' , m ' , i ' , u , . i f U , , i , , ' ' , I I - 1 FOOTBALL MANAGERS Hard work trme cmd self sacr1f1ce are the trademarks of our effxcxent managerxal system Often unnotrced the managers lend a specral hand to our ball club Therr work rn drstrrbutmg unrforms and carlng for the equrpment starts well ahead of the football season and ends well after the team has played 1ts last game Carryrng out the dutles of managers th1s year were Charles Calkms George Conrad Wlllldm Doyle and Iames Oldenburg FRESHMEN GAME SCORES NORTH CENTRAL NORTH SHEBOYGAN FALLS NORTH SOUTH SIDE IUNIOR HIGH 20 NORTH U PLYMOUTH 1956 Freshmen Football Team Spurred By Enthus1ast1c Turnout Th1s year the freshmen football squad had one of the largest squads rn 1ts h1story Frfty flve boys turned out at the begtnnmg of the season and showed wrllmgness as Well as abrlrty as the competrtlve games got under way Under the gu1d1ng hand of Coach Henry Rllllflg most of the boys got a chance to play every game Encounterrng tough opposrtron tn the Lake Freshmen Football Team wrth a respectable two wrn two loss record We certarnly look forward to havrng many of these boys on our vars1ty team m the comrng years Freshmen football teaches the partrcrpants the fundamentals of good football It 15 1n thrs frrst year that sound blockrng and tackllng techniques are learned Perhaps even more rmportant the squad learns to work together as a team and to ROW I Frank Zrllner Kenneth Heyl Kenth Damrow Aaron Goodsteln Mutchell Blackman Peter Conrardy Rlchard Blanch Robert Suman Arthur Mankopf Gary Klabechek Dennls luedmg Robert Goodman Davld Mather Ronald Garslu ROW 2 Donvel Weuskopf James Carpenter Robert Gorton Theodore Holman Dennrs Mahar James Heckert Thomas lea Damel Driscoll Davud Bach Bernard Ross Robert Neumann Robert Denison Dennls Kammerzelt James Lukos Ronald Voelker Westly Schultz Charles Mehan John Baer Coach Rnlllng ROW 3 Wrll am Ahrnsbrok Robert Kaftunslu Rlchurd Dross Fredrnck Zllner Jay Sampson Peter Jung Robert Kaye Rlchard Guske Curtls Lrenau Jordan Gmach Joseph Herm Jerome Kell Gerald Zelle Richard Gottsacker Wullrom Maas Kenneth Meyer Football 87 ' ' . . ' . 12 5 ' ' . .... ' 1 6 . . . U . u . 26 Shore Conference the team ended the season demonstrate good Sportsmanship on the field' IE! NORTH 20 CENTRAL ll Our Golden Rarder Eleven were out to f1n1sh off the season wrth a decrsxve vrctory over the1r cross town nvals and that s exactly what they d1d' In the f1rst quarter both teams were well matched and nerther team managed to effecttve ly crack the other s defense However m the sec ond quarter thmgs really started hoppmg The Redmen sent a man over for a T D but a relreved North crowd saw the score called back on a pen alty Two plays later on a freak rebound lrom a Central snap North s lmeman Rrchard Nack found a prgskrn m his hands and chugged off 70 yards for cr br1ll1ant Rander score Soon after on a recovered fumble Thomas Cerull succeeded rn splxttlng the uprrghts for a held goal making 1t 10 0 North started the thrrd quarter wrth twelve straxght boommg gams and then let Cerull at 1t agam to put the team ahead by 13 Central fmally succeeded rn scorrng A few mmutes later Robert Gutschow rntercepted a pass and ran 20 yards for a touchdown thus clrnchlng a spectac ular wxn for the Rarders Football 88 NORTH 2 GREEN BAY WEST 21 Thrs year Norths Homecommg Game was played agamst tradxtlonally tough Green Bay West Although North fought stubbornly throughout the game West s Wrldcats took a commandrng lead early rn the game and held It to the very end Wm or lose North s homecom1ng celebratlon marks a hxgh spot rn the football season Dunng half txme the spectators were treated to precrsron march1ng by the North Hrgh Band and the class floats were judged Dep1ct1ng an octopus the 1un1or float entrtled Armed for Vrctory won hrst place Throughout the day the students demonstrated a true school spxrrt as they en yoyed one of the most colorful days at North Hrgh That evemng students flocked to the annual dance m the gymnaslum Mus1c was provrded by Leo Ayers Dunng the 1nterm1ss1on Gerald Lutz rntroduced Iames Resnlck and lane Schnerder who hrghlrghted the eve mng wrth s1ng1ng and danc1ng ICE CARNIVAL Bitter below-zero weather had little effect on the spirits of the brave students who attended the annual Ice Carnival on Ianuary 25, even though the shelter house, where hot dogs and hot choco- late were served, seemed to be more popular than the rink itself. The students skated to recorded music and watched skillful figure skating by Dale Belke, a junior from North, Sally Rutherford, a senior from Central, and their instructor, Elwood Rasche. The climax of the evening was the crownrng of King Gerald Lutz and Queen Anne Iensen by Iohn Grollmus all school president Attendants for the royal couple were seniors Io Ann Lutz and Thomas Leonhardt Juniors Daun Lunde and Charles Iones sophomores Iacque Iansen and Iames Zabel and freshmen Iudy Huenink and Robert Garton CHEERLEADERS The crowd is on its feet cheering screaming and yelling for a victory' Suddenly a time out is called and the blue and gold clad cheerleaders burst onto the fleld or floor Knowing how to use the crowd s enthusiasm and energy they direct a cheer for the team show1ng Acting as a vital link between the team and the crowd the cheerleaders help us show the players that we have the spirit and backing every team needs in order to win In back of the1r enthusiasm however are many hours of hard work Under the direction of Miss Dona Lee Mrelke the above pictured Varsity Cheerleaders Elva Leitl Harriet Hollingsworth Marilynn Horwitz Iudy Reinl Diane Welling Lois Schmidt Donna Cesar and Phyllls Tresp have spent at least one year of prepar ation before cheering at their first game Besides this many noon hours are spent in practice There are cheer leading clubs on Monday and Wednesday which help to give both the experienced and inexperienced con fidence and polish Football 89 , - , them how much we are behind them. Basketball Provides Thrilling Winter Competition NORTH 55 SOUTH MILWAUKEE 73 On November 16 North met South Mxlwaukee on our own floor The Ralders pushed South con stantly even though they were behlnd 32 27 at half time Durlng the second half the Northmen staged a rally and succeeded ln tymg the score at 52 52 They could not however wxthstand South s frnal scormg surge and they dropped the game by a score of 73 66 North Varsity Coach Charles Jones Gives Fnnal Advnce Before the Buuer Sounds RAIDERS CAPTURE SECOND PLACE IN CONFERENCE The 1956 57 Varsity Basketball Team was regarded by Coach Charles Iones as one of the best teams if not the best in Golden Raider cage h1story Th1s team had great potentral and they took advantage of th1s potent1al by staying on top of the standings for the greater part of the season The team was not alone 1n thexr efforts to reach the top for they were followed by prob ably the greatest school spirit and enthuslasm that has ever been seen and heard at North NORTH 57 WEST ALLIS NATHAN HALE 36 After dropplng thexr opemng non conference t1lt the Golden Rarders copped thelr first vlctory of the season by defeatxng Nathan Hale In the second qarter the team pulled ahead and went on to an easy victory Charles Knocke led the field with 21 points as the Blue Golds demon strated excellent teamwork and ball handlmg Conference champxonshlp was lost to Apple ton by a single heartbreaking polnt in the final game of the season The boys ended season play with a n1ne win five loss conference record and a second place tie Th1s was truly a tough luck ball club for they lost the five games by an un belxevable total margxn of ll pomts But th1s was not a team to be dlscouraged They bounced back to give thelr followers thrills excrtement and an impressive record of which they can hold fond memories and of which they can be truly proud NORTH 58 TWO RIVERS 70 In the closmg game of the non conference schedule North got off to an early lead and at the end of the first perrod led by ten pornts The second half however was all Two Rlvers With deadly accuracy the Purple Ralders fought their way back mto the game and finally ended up on the heavy end of the 70 58 score W I A A TOURNAMENT Norths Ra1ders opened thexr quest for the W I A A Reg1onalChamp1onsh1pby defeating an off and on Central squad 60 55 The Raxd ers built a 28 24 half trme lead into a mne pomt spead in the fourth quarter and proceeded to stave off a last m1nute Central rally The next v1ct1m on the 11st for the Northmen was a hlghly regarded Manitowoc squad After a close first quarter the Golden Raiders simply pulled away w1th Robert Gutschow and Charles Knocke leading all the way The 68 54 victory avenged two earl1er conference losses and gave North the rrght to meet New Holstem for the regronal htle 90 Basketball Ranked as state t1tle contenders the New Hol stem Huskies were routed by a terrific North f1ve that never let up on thelr klllxng pace Playing their best basketball of the year the Raiders lumped to a 20 point lead and captured the cov eted regional trophy wxth a convmcmg 68 41 victory North s first opponent in sectional play was an exceptlonally tough Two Rxvers team Desplte a late rally whxch closed the spread to four points time ran out w1th Two Rrvers gamlng a 74 68 victory In consolation play the Raiders routed state ranked Oostburg 90 58 By scoring 90 pomts agalnst Oostburg the Raiders set a school scoring record , n n 1 1 ' 1 I - I I I 1 . . 1 . 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I I 1 . , . l 1 NORTH 65 POND DU LAC 59 Our Northmen met and defeated the Fond du Lac Cardmals ln the f1rst conference game of the season The Cards fought stubbornly but the Rarders fxnesse and smooth ball handlmg were too much for them Although North trarled IH the frrst half they slowly pulled away for a 65 59 vlctory Charles Knocke led the vrctors w1th l8 polnts NORTH 62 MANITOWOC 54 As was expected the game whrch marked the renewal of the Ralder Shrpburlder basketball rr valry was an exC1t1ng one Throughout the entxre game the two teams marntalned a torrrd pace and changed leads often ln the clos1ng mmutes the Shlps managed to burld up a small lead whrch the Rarders were unable to overcome desprte valrant efforts rn the closxng seconds On December 29 the Varsrty met the Alumnx rn the annual Alumnl Game classlc The former Ralders had p0SS1b1lll1eS but couldnt measure up to the pace set by the Northmen The Rarders held a half t1me lead of 35 26 and kept that lead throughout the game whrle everyone rn umform played Although the Alumnr closed the gap rn the frnal mrnutes the game ended wrth the Ralders takrng rt by a score of 57 53 NORTH 64 GREEN BAY EAST 47 A mlldly favored East team found themselves routed rn the second half by an aroused North quintet It was a hard flght unt1l the half when the teams retrred at a 28 all t1e up However the trde changed 1n the second half when the Raxd ers controlled the boards bottled up Prentrce who was the East all and rolled to an easy vrctory NORTH 64 OSHKOSH 50 After loslng to powerful Man1towoc our Golden Rarders encountered the Oshkosh In dlans The game proved to be a close match for three quarters as both teams hrndered by exces sxve foul1ng fought hard to post another early season vrctory A powerful fourth quarter surge by the Ra1ders gave them a convrncmg l4 po1nt vrctory ln the f1rst game of the 1ntra crty r1va1ry both North and Central played superb ball before a capacrty crowd at the Sheboygan Armory Coach Iones boys led by Charles Knocke who was h1gh wrth 20 pornts for the even1ng bu1lt up a large lead early 1n the game In the closlng mrnutes our cross town rlvals made a deterrnmed but va1n try as North easlly won by a comfortable n1ne pornt margrn Varsity Basketball Team ROW 1 Davld Bray, Gerald Lutz Thomas Krall Charles Knocke, James Hensel, Randall Hake Harley Anderson ROW 2 Peter Koken James Chesebro Robert Gutschow, John Grollmus Charles Jones Jr Robert Swanson Robert Rnddell, Robert Loeftler, Thomas Cerull Basketball 91 NORTH VARSITY 57 - ALUMNI 53 NORTH 67 - CENTRAL 58 92 Basketball NORTH 66 GREEN BAY WEST 60 The ramb11ng Ralders retalned possesslon of f1rst place by downmg the West Wlldcats In the f1rst three quarters West held a narrow lead but could never open rt up beyond a po1nt or two Frnally puttlng on the steam the Raxders took the lead and the ball game 1n a rcal thr1ller Charles Knocke and Robert Swanson shared scorlng honors w1th 22 and 21 polnts respecttvely NORTH 60 APPLETON 55 Playtng agalnst the dreaded Appleton Ter rors our Northmen really showed the1r stuff by declsxvely tak1ng a BU 55 v1ctory Plagued by fouls the team found themselves behlnd 34 29 at half trme before they started a sp1r1ted drrve ID the thtrd quarter Sparked by Harley Anderson the Ralders came through 1n f1ne style as they downed one of the strongest teams 1n the state NORTH 69 FOND DU LAC 61 Desplte the seemmgly close score North s Ralders had complete control of the floor as they overran the Fond du Lac qumtet It was a Blue Gold game as our Northmen took over rlght from game they proved that they were a contender for the conference tltle NORTH 59 GREEN BAY EAST 53 Lead1ng the Fox Rlver Valley Conference our Golden Ra1ders met the Red Devlls of East 1n a crucmal mxd season game ln the f1rst half both teams were rarely separated by more than a few pornts as the game seesawed back and forth Ahead 27 25 at the half our Ralders spurted to a 14 poxnt advantage and went on to w1n 59 53 NORTH 59 MANITOWOC 60 Powerful Manty squeaked past our Ralders 60 59 1n a dramat1c ten second f1n1sh before a packed crowd of North rooters Unable to f1nd thexr range the Blue Golds traxled by 13 pornts at half ttme Sparked by Robert Gutschow who h1t 23 pomts for the even1ng they made thelr b1d only to see thetr lead vanlsh aga1n 1n th1s all tmportant ball game the opening buzzer. Romping away with the 1 - l ' ' NORTH 52 OSHKOSH 59 Desprte a second half rally North s Rarders were edged out by a frghtxng Oshkosh f1V6 Late 1n the frrst half the Ind1ans threw rn twelve stra1ght pornts and enloyed a 30 23 half trme lead Oshkosh opened the thlrd quarter wrth another scorrng spree before North began closrng the gap wrth a rally of therr own It wasnt enough however as Oshkosh held trght to rts slxm lead untrl the frnal buzzer NORTH 69 CENTRAL 70 Thrs game proved to be one of the mayor up sets of the season Central took command durmg the frrst half of the game and remarned rn the lead untrl the frnal quarter Led by Robert Swan son the Rarders made a strong brd and came up wrth a three pornt lead wrth 20 seconds rernarn 1ng However two Central grft tosses coupled wrth a freld goal rn the last seconds rced the game for the Redmen NORTH 83 GREEN BAY WEST 55 Frghtmg harder than ever to matntaln a Val ley lead Norths Rarders played a tremendous game agarnst Green Bay West Takrng a lead as they severely trounced the vrsrtors The game had an extra specral meanlng for North as Robert Swanson set a school record of 33 pornts NORTH 58 APPLETON 59 Prtted agarnst each other rn the season s fmal game were the two number one teams of the Fox Rrver Valley Conference Hopes were h1gh as both teams played tremendous ball 1n what was probably the most rmportant game rn Harder bas ketball hrstory Several t1mes North fought to burld up a lead only to see Appleton do the same An agonrzrng stall rn the f1nal mrnutes proved too much as the Rarders dropped the brg one by a smgle heartbreakrng pornt BASKETBALL MANAGERS Basketball s men behrnd the scenes thrs year were another f1ne untt of our Golden Rarder ball club Among the often unnotrced dutxes of the managers are score keeprng and general care of all the equrprnent and sults Attendrng prac trce sessrons and cleanmg up afterward man agers Ketth Damrow Fredrrck Eder Ierome Head Theodore Holman Gordon Ourada and Clarence Salzwedel often put tn as much trme as the team members Basketball 97 from the very beginning, the Blue-Golds ran wild lumor Varsity Basketball Team W I b D n sch ho sSh abeck B sse W2LoyM o M I alesKI aa a eS ttCoo Iayvees Capture Th1rd Place In Conference GAME SCORES NORTH POND DU LAC NORTH GREEN BAY EAST NORTH MANITOWOC NORTH OSHKOSH NORTH CENTRAL NORTH GREEN BAY WEST NORTH 50 APPLETON Once agam North Hlgh School s Iayvee cagers came through rn excellent style as they took thlrd place IH the Fox Rlver Valley Conference Under the frne dlrectlon and leadershlp of Coach Robert Ebert the team showed excellent sklll and team work Provlng that they had the deslre as well as the ablllty to wln thelr conference record shows exght wms and slx losses Thelr conslstently hlgh scorlng offense coupled wlth a stubborn defense made the team hard to beat aga1nst even the toughest opposltlon Perhaps thelr most convlnclng vlctorles were the pre season bouts agalnst South Mllwaukee Nathan Hale and Two Rlvers 94 Basketball NORTH POND DU LAC NORTH GREEN BAY EAST NORTH MANITOWOC NORTH OSHKOSH NORTH CENTRAL NORTH GREEN BAY WEST NORTH APPLETON Enterlng rnto conference play the squad dropped a close two polnt game to Fond du Lac but snapped back quxckly as they took thelr sec ond tllt by a comfortable 13 polnt margln The team dlsplayed conslstent ball througout the sea son and wound up by taklng tour ot thelr last f1ve ball games the exceptlon belng a close 49 48 loss to txrst place Central Iunlor Varslty Coach Ebert s work should be hrghly commended for moldmg the squad mto a well rounded and hlghly splrlted group that wlll certalnly look back on thls year s play as a mem orable part of thexr hlgh school career no I James olden urg, Charles Calkins, ora Farnum, Jerome Hurnrnalr ,1 ma C in ,William n . no 1 eR ella rl, lrhee Rogers, cn r ellen, ll na ll Pr nge, aernerd lenllrllll, Jam 5 rhrnl , ch Ebert. I. V. 55 57 42 61 53 40 33 38 32 49 56 50 44 37 47 41 40 45 48 49 68 38 56 47 33 41 32 Although they did not end up at the top of their conference the freshmen versron of North s Golden Ralders dlsplayed skxll and talent rn com pxllng their f1ve wm and seven loss record Among those games lost were three one pornt games and a heartbreaking double overtime loss to Kohler Coach Robert Grxffrth dxd an excellent yob of organrzmg and developing thxs year s new squad Under hrs competent d1rect1on the team devel oped a frne offense and became rugged workers under the boards Equally xmportant were the sharp trps that they received on defensrve play Everyone dxsplayed sportsmanshlp and team work durlng practrce games as well as during conference games The mam oblectrve of freshmen basketball IS to grve everyone on the team a chance to play ball rn actual games It IS through thrs partrcrpa t1on that the fundamentals of passmg shootmg and defense can be learned most qurckly and surely Coach Grrffrth substrtuted freely ln the games and every player got a chance to play and put 1nto PICKCIICG the prrncrples that he was taught Certamly to these boys the season was nothrng but successful FRESHMEN GAME SCORES NORTH NORTH NORTH NORTH NORTH NORTH KOHLER SOUTH SIDE IUNIOR HIGH 61 PORT WASHINGTON CENTRAL SHEBOYGAN FALLS PLYMOUTH NORTH NORTH NORTH NORTH NORTH NORTH KOHLER SOUTH SIDE IUNIOR HIGH 32 PORT WASHINGTON CENTRAL PLYMOUTH SHEBOYGAN FALLS Freshmen Dlsplay Fme Style In Team Play Freshmen Basketball Team W l A o Good a d Bl a M B M kopf St ph Hootk W2 J pso apet c o o IW ot'l W3 C chGftthW e e J esHonold bak n o ne e Basketball 95 26 27 32 38 22 2U 50 43 27 28 25 37 34 35 46 34 48 43 46 23 39 26 n u RO z ar n stein, Rich r azich, D vid other, John aer, Arthur an , e en in. RO : oy Sam n, James C r n er, Mi hael Breitzmon, R bert K ye, Jerome Keil, Robert Gorton, Danie iesk . RO : aa ri i , all r K il, am , William Ahrns r , Ber ard R ss, David Bach, Ken th Mey r, Daniel Driscoll, Peter Jung. 'Hiram if 51041. -,Q We 35,9 Baseball Team ROW I James Lorenz Robert Pulsl Roger Froellch James Bnnkman Jerome Hummutzsch James Baumgart Harley Anderson Terrence Suegl Davud Bray Charles Jones Jr Allan Berman James Stubler ROW 2 Manager Davld Berres Manager Theodore Holman Gary Govr Rlchard Lrvmgston George Ne burg Thomas Manning Thomas Knatz Thomas Klauck Ronald Gessl Robert Hansen Damel Weuskopl Mar nn Plerce Guenter Hagemener Aaron Goodstenn Gordon Gorr Coach Berman ROW 3 Manager Peter Conrardy Manager Wulllam Hermann Davld Mother Charles Klauck James Pangxer Frednc Wenskopf Dennus ONeul Arthur Mankopl Charles Colknns Thomas Schoemer Robert Kaye Allan Wasserman Doran Farnum Gllbert Gross Wayne Israel Ruchard Gottsacker ABSENT Rlchard laue Damel Spmdler Gerald Zelle Ruchard Zlegler Rarder N1ne Expenence Success In Valley Play Thrs year North s baseball squad emerged as a potentrally powerful team conslstrng ot seven returnlng lettermen along Wrth a large reserve squad to back them up As expected last year s lettermen form the nucleus of the present team These award wrnners are Harley Anderson Iames Baumgart Iames Brmkman Roger Froehch Ron ald Gessl Robert Prlsl and Terrence Slegl ln add1t1on to the boys takmg the held for the Ra1ders durlng the present campa1gn there are many talented hopefuls among the underclass men Playlng under revlsed standards adopted ear l1er lh1S sprmg the team W1ll concentrate more on the Fox Rxver Valley crown rather than W I A A tournament play In prev1ous years North has always been a serrous contender ln the Fox Rrver Valley The1r excellent play and all around team strength agam th1s year grves them an ample opportunrty to br1ng the conference tltle to North Hrgh 96 Baseball BASEBALL GAME SCORES NORTH TWO RIVERS NORTH KIEL NORTH PORT WASHINGTON NORTH OSHKOSH NORTH OSHKOSH NORTH 3 OOSTBURG BASEBALL MANAGERS To the baseball managers goes the d1ff1cult yob of takrng care of all baseball equrpment They 1ssue 1t reparr 1t and try to keep xt rn good condrtmon They also take care of mmor xnjurres whrch m1ght occur The managers th1s year are Peter Brotz, Wrllxam Hermann, Theodore Holman, Brran Pfexffer, and George Rock 111.1 1 2- 9' f 4 , 1 Q. 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X. ,f .si Z, if 3 X H f 4 3 'Q I 'I 6 aggf V mhvamin AQQCL --4 52 -'Hill '.l nu- U.. .- ..- xr A ' ' VA' I K 4 1 'Q 1 su zu- ' maiifzf i i as N ml lf' .. f " -N- Ir Q V y sg 'Q - I V 'V i V a qwwa N Vlvf as .. ga. ji x f , L , Y X Q , Charles Knocke goes lor extra Lnches Iohn Grollmus clears a hurdle TRACK SCORES WEST RELAYS North placed 13th competmg agamst 28 ot the largest hrgh schools ln W1scons1n cmd Northern Illrnoxs North hnxshed 3rd hlghest 1n FRVC school cornpetltxon NORTH OSHKOSH NORTH 80 V2 MANITOWOC 81112 GREEN BAY EAST NORTH GREEN BAY EAST Track Team TRACK MANAGERS Although track managers dont recetve as much cred1t as they deserve they work long hours keepmg the equ1pment 1n shape maklng arrangements and helpmg at the track Carry 1ng out these varlous tasks are Thomas Buettner Robert Denrson Charles Dopke Aaron Feldman Walter Graumann Gary Me1er Lloyd Packer Davrd Rembold Phllrp Vollrath and Wxlllam Wagner ROW l Manager Charles Dopke Paul Nyhuls Muchael Wright John Pantzer Wlllnam Wandrey Gerald Feldman Manager Frederrck Zltzer Joseph Kluegunas Bernhard Rlchmann Robert Lange Manager Phnlup Vollrath ROW 2 John Hulbregtse Waller Capelle larry Olmstead Kenneth Luedtke Wayne Schelwot James Hensel Charles Knocke Wllllam John son Davud Magcen James Zabel Thomas Roess Roger Schulz Coach Peterson ROW 3 Asslstant Coach Root Manager Wulllam Wagner James Chesebro Jerry Jarvus Thomas Cerull Frederick Wulke Wulllam Busse James Schmitt Robert Loefller leslle Maerckleln Ralph Stelnhaus Jay Strugel Robert Schlundt John Grollmus LeRoy Matzdorl James Olden burg Clarence Salzwedel Ruchard Nack James Schorer Manager Aaron Feldman 98 Track i sf 1 . 77 41 - I I I 79 39 - W Q1-V558 f I J 'Ag' Q Freshmen Track Team ROW l Mntchell Blackman James Heck ert Lee Brockman Charles Mehan John Baer Dennls Loed mg Robert Garton Frank Zlll ner James Carpenter ROW 2 Coach Van Lueshout Manager Wllllam Wagner Westley Schultz Jay Sampson Robert Kattanskl Jerome Kenl Rnchard Guske Robert Neuman Peter Jung Michael Breltzman Man ager Phllxp Vollrath ROW 3 Ronald Voelker James Honold Wnlllam Ahrensbrak Davld Bach Harland Lokker Wayne Evans Jerry Belersdorf Damel Drnscoll liar Returmng Lettermen Spark Track V1ctor1es Hampered by continual delays such as the typical Sheboygan spring weather and the de layed remodeling of the track Mr Petersons eight man squad got off to a slow start However with the guidance and help of the head coach hout the winged stars were soon off and running in their usual good form A strong set of return1ng lettermen gave North a big boost as far as competltlon went Setting their accustomed good pace were Ierry Iarvis in the mile Thomas Cerull 1n the half mile Leslie Maercklem in the 440 Iohn Grollmus in the hurdles and Charles Knocke in the high yump and pole vault Such names as Hensel Loeffler Luedtke Salzwedel Schelwat and Stngel often appeared high in the point columns New names and great prospects included Busse Chesebro A new and noteworthy addition to the track referendum was the Decathlon based on personal achievement for all freshmen and sophomores who d1dnt win letters Based on five natural skills it gave the boys a chance for continued unprovement with a fine silver or gold track shoe or medal lor the winner Cerull Maercklem Iarvns are ot! with the gun Track 99 I ' l J ' , , l n ns V., J Q , . I I l and his assistants, Coaches Root and Van Lies- Huibregtse, Schmitt, Steinhaus, and Zabel. - - f s J R I I ' ii I Golf Team ROW l Robert Goodman Robert Ball schmnder Karl Kaeppler ROW 2 Jack Den Boer Dems Schmid eler Michael Dries Bruce Holman Wal lram Scott Thomas Lea ROW 3 James Otren Roger Crocker Randall Prange Robert Popovrch Robert McCord ABSENT Robert Demson Coach Jones North s Lrnksmen Dr1ve For Golf Honors As soon as the golf courses were 1n playrng condrtron North s lmksters began practrcrng for the long season ahead Only one letterman squad was somewhat hampered by 1lS lack of ex perrenced players G1ven the opportun1ty the freshmen showed a strong w11l1ngness to learn and after a few weekends on the practrce tees the team under the drrectron of Coach Bump Iones was soon molded rnto a Well rounded squad Golf meets were conducted ln quadrangular style and opened wrth North Fond du Lac Cen tral and Oshkosh f1ght1ng rt out at Fond du Lac Next after travel1ng to Oshkosh the Northmen played host to Manty Fondy and Central The f1nal Fox Rrver Valley Conference meet was at Green Bay The quallfymg rounds for the state tournament were played the followrng week and early tn Iune the state tournament at Green Lake cl1maxed the golfrng season Robert Popovnch slams from the rough Dems Schmldeler blasts out of a trap .q's"'wln- ,Q-W? 'M-61?-5 ""'-'H-:H 100 Golf his ....,......i I N ar, A ,, : . ., tl 5 Ty, z , A , Q r i W... ,f l a I I . l I I I - Denis Schmideler, returned this year, and the ' . ' I . I - Q , X, W New t if stair' , M' B-. ? , 'A S R ' rm. K W A .yy ymwy rw Tenms Team ROW 1 Donald Oehldruch Peter Koken Thomas Wlck Ed In Schmudt ROW 2 Lauren Leys John Thornton Phulup Dommnsse Randall Hake Thomas Schnnabeck Gary Bretzmonn ABSENT John Danne Thomas Evans Mark Halleen Dennus Katie Richard Ver Straate ggwgssgxgi V392 if sm-aw walls' 1' Wai 'K Power, Depth Mark Hrghly Contended Tenms Squad W1th the reputatxon of annually bemg one of the tennxs powers of the state North H1gh s racketeers took to the courts w1th the w1ll to Wm and the valley champmnshlp 1n rnlnd Thls year s team was under the capable gu1dance of Mr Henry Rxlllng mn hrs f1rst year as tenms coach Phrhp Dommlsse and Lauren Leys Bu1lt around such skrlllul lettermen as Ph1l1p Domrnlsse Lauren Leys and Iohn Thornton and assrsted by an unusually large squad of able boys the players made a good showrng for North Thelr early season record of four WIDS and one loss adequately proved thexr ab1l1ty dlsplay doubles form Iohn Thomton stabs a backhand dnve Tenms lOl ' NM- A , , am: X is if-V V33 fx J, ,, -X wkfilv .M . 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I . . , . - - Gul Squad Leaders ROW 1 Duane Remy Patrucua Ehlert Lots Schmndt Juduth Boll MOYIOYIG Wnlbert Mary Ann Vande Berg Karen Sumonson Julie Esch Sandra Schneuder Jane Huenunk Bonnne Maas ROW 2 Juduth Hahn Anna Vullnow Lorraine Leubham Mary Aschenbrenner Lorraune Newman Sandralee DeSombre Barbara Kramer Laureen Lubach Marlene Gehrag Kathryn Pralle Eva Possellus Elva Leutl Karen Walthers Marulynn Sorenson ABSENT Sharon Loschlnslu Squad Leaders, Intramurals Create Athletic Interest The squad leader acts as an ass1stant teacher The 1un1or and senxor boys and g1rls asslst the tour gym teachers Wllh the physxcal educat1on classes Iun1or and sen1or g1rls help MISS Mc Gmness and M1ss Derlln whlle 1un1or and sen1or boys work Wllh Mr R1ll1ng and Mr Gr1fi1th North s gym 1S busy all year W1th 1ntramural programs sports and soc1al act1v1t1es The purpose of 1ntramurals IS to prov1de stu dents W1th an opportun1ty to part1c1pate 1n var1 ous sports and to encourage good sportsmansh1p Boy Squad Leaders Awards are g1ven at the end of the season for persons W1th the h1ghest number of mtramural po1nts In the g1rls d1v1s1on Carol lean Harr1g recexved hrst place Second and th1rd place went to Lorra1ne Newman and Sandralee DeSombre respectwely Rec1p1ents of the boys awards were Lauren Leys f1rst place Allan Berman second place and R1chard l..1v1ngston th1rd place ACLIVILIGS 1nclude swxmmmg boWl1ng volley ball basketball badm1nton and tennls ROW l Phnlnp Dommusse Randall Hake Jerry Jarvls James Stubler Peter Levlne Thomas Cerull Charles Knocke Gerald Lutz Robert Riddell Roger Crocker ROW 2 George Conrad Jay Nyhuns Harley Anderson Gary Bretzmonn Thomas Leonhardt James Brinkman Rnchard Dexhenmer James Wulke James Chesebro Leslie Moerklenn Thomas Kroll Richard Nack Robert Loeftler James Wondergem Jay Stngel ABSENT Frederlck Wllke John Grollmus Gordon Ourada lO2 Squad Leaders and Intramurals . r 1 1 1 1 , , , , 1 1 - ' 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 , . 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GL 2 9953 A DON O IMIG 814 North 8th Street I GL26182 F A KNAUF 607 North 8th Street GL 2 6091 5 .-5s Ji JOHN J LEIDER 1510 Indlana Avenue GL 7 3272 5- E J MUELLER 1221 Superlor Avenue GL 7 9351 FRED W PULS 814 North 8th Street GL 7 5991 A J REINERT 9 Mlchlgan Avenue GL 2 3398 1431 North 8th Street GL 2 7962 D J ROBLEE 1506 Calumet Drnve 8 11 J ROSZKOWSKI 1424 Unlon Avenue GL 8 2326 CHARLES J SEIFERT 607 North 8th Street GL 2 5882 S- -,S ERNEST P TIBORIS 916 North 8th Street GL 2 3192 VIRGIL WANEZEK 633 St Clorr Avenue GL 7 5771 X. -R -5 Je Tm Q5 C2 Xi -JH P+ 3 S L W5 fi J A! JI J ik 115 I . H 6 X " .QV f ' f . R gg 1 ,Ns Q X D gp ,1 Kg 7 K N f . f 'L 5' ,. S 4 . Ajxx J 1 ,. " EL 3 XT. N X X 'J 'S E 1i .1 ' , 'B U NE ' 2.-1 1' 4 f 1 .- 5 U D gh 3 Nj L if 5 C ? f Z 3 L - 2. Q 5 3 ,J f . wi X a .1 A - H X L F I "t-' Y U ' N J ? . 5, ' . Ci , X :5 P 1 2 . 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