Prairie Du Chien High School - Blackhawk Yearbook (Prairie Du Chien, WI)

 - Class of 1950

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K., K. 4e00!b!6ce one Standing Jo .hmlura 1-llzflbeth 'Niezera Joan Nlelster Joan X0 RlldEll S lly Lechten le-rg Betty Je n Rodenk rck Janet 'VlcCloskey Luane Marso Donna Betz Seated Nllss Margaret Garr ey A lyne 1-o bes Susan Kleser Xrlene Thor lp on Florel ce I ll nl N my bch elder not plctured The center of buslness transactlons IS the office It IS here that school student and teacher problems are dlscussed and declslons made A group of senlor glrls under the dl rectlon of Mlss Margaret Garrlty aSS1St ln the w ork of the office Dutles perform ed by these glrls are answerlng tele phone calls fillng records taklng at malntalnlng cablnets and bookshelves tnd dlstrlbutlng mall Each glrl has one perlod of work It may vary IH case of an emergency Once 3 Week the glrls meet Wlth MISS Garrlty to dlscuss problems that may come up and also to learn more about the equlpment our oflice department uses Requlrements to be an ofhce asslstant are few Howewer regular attendance neat appearance and pleaslng d1SpObl tlon are lmportant factors as ln anv work of thls klnd Board of Education The board of educatlon IS the axls around Wh1Ch our school rex olves Flve are elected to serve on th1S board Thelr prlme lnterest IS ln the admlnlstratlon of the school system They are especlally lnterested IH the vselfare of the students and ln the bulldlng and malntalnlng of The board IS busy Wlth plans for the bulldlng of an addltlon to the present hlgh school A communlcatlon system throughout the hlgh school IS also undel conslderatlon A bond ISSUE of S130 000 was approved by the people of the clty of Pralrle du Chlen and IS now belng spent on the new addltlons The followlng members comprlse the Board of Educatlon Mr Ben Shaub Presldent Dr E M Dessloch VICE Presldent Mr Paul H Schmldt Mr Earl Jambura Mr Wllllam Standorf and Mlss Luclle McCloskey Secretary : anne . l ', I' . l , - ' , ' n , Sa - f , A 1 11 i . - , , . : . 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A' , . 0,4 M50 John Glynn S llly Lechtenberg Janet McCloskey Presldent V we Preszdent Secretary Treasurer As newly orgamzed Freshmen the date that IS most predomlnate ln the mmds of today s Semors IS the trad1t1onal Freshmen MIXCT The Greenhorns were requested by the Sophomores to don green rxbbons and bands the entlre day The Homecommg bonfire was the first project of these students destlned to spend four memorable years ln Hlgh School Class oflicers were Joyce Wlng Presxdent and Sylvla Fernette Secre tary Treasurer Mrs Howard Mezera was chosen class advlsor As Sophomores they orgamzed the Freshmen Mlxer and ralsed funds for hollday dances and candy sales The ar ranglng of the H0m8COmlHg parade was also the responslblllty of the Sophomores Don Stelner led thls class through a suc cessful year as Presldent w1th Ne1l Gm sterblum as Vlce Presldent and Betty Rodenklrck as Secretary Treasurer Mr Guy Ralph was elected class advlsor Oflicers for thelr Jumor year were Carl Nolan Presldent Nell Gmster blum V106 Presldent and Donna Betz Secretary Treasurer Mr Norman Hmk ley was class advlsor December 13 was far from unlucky for them as they gave a successful three act comedy Love IS Too Much Trouble Soon after Chrlstmas work began on the maln Jumor event of the year the prom The Clrcus was the chosen theme w1th the gym representlng the mslde of the b1g top Wlll Thorpe furnlshed the muslc for the memorable evemng of entertainment Nell Glnster blum Vlce Presxdent elect who took over the dutles of Presldent Carl Nolan when he entered the servlce led the spectacu lar grand march Joan Von Ruden relgn ed as queen The Senlor year act1v1t1es began wxth the electlon of class officers John Glynn was chosen Presldent Sally Lechten berg V1ce Presldent and Janet McClos key Secretary Treasurer They led the Semors through the final year of thelr sen was chosen advlsor Two blg dances and thelr Senlor Class Play were the outstandlng respons1b1l1 t1es of thelr last year The Homecommg Dance was a gay decoratxve affalr Jon Welsch and Lorna Larson were the royal couple John Glynn and Sally Lechten berg relgned as kmg and queen of the Mxd Wmter Formal held December 27 The theme for the dance was Pengulns at the Waldorf Ralph Slade furmshed the muslc Janet McCloskey earned the top honor student award The n1ne other honor students lncluded the followlng Joan Von Ruden Donna Jean Betz Evelyn Langford Dolores Kramer Lawrence Mayer Arlyne Forbes Lorrame Ofstun Luane Marso and Susan Kleser . , , . . . . . . . ,, . ,, . i , . - . , - . : . , . . . . . 1 1 ' ' - - . - 3 - ' 1 ' 5 ' 1 1 ' - the class treasury by sponsoring various high school career. 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I "' 1 1 9 GC ' 71 ' . 9 ' Eugene Ackerman "Genel' Quiet Audrey Allen "Giggles" Friendly Helen Bedward "Babe" Capable Donna Jean Belz "Betts" Competent Florence Blum "Flossie' Patient Lucille Byers "Red" Jolly Eileen Crowley "Eileen" Reserved Bruce Dillman "Pickle" Idealist Sylvia Fernette "Tip" Good Natured Arlyne Forbes "Cheezy" Enthusiastic Arlayne Gaulke "Chuck1es Considerate Neil Ginsterblum "Moses" Athletic Dorothy Heilmann "Dot" Precise Arnold Henry "Arnie" Clever Joanne Jambura "Yum" Energetic Susan Kxeser Sue Dzgmfied Robert Komchek Cunny Adventurous Dolores Kramel Dodo Artzstzc Ex ely n Langford Ex ely n Consczentwus Loma Larson Lcn1 Sophzstzcated Loretta Lechnu Loret Senszble Pleasmg Luane Marso Bobble Earvwst Lawrence Maxer Larry Patzent E11een McFa11and 'VIac Logzcal Patrlck MCK111lp Pat I ndustrzous Joan Melster Blondxe Dependable Chad Mezez A Mez Courageous Ellzabeth 'VIeze1.1 Beth' Reserved Raymond Noxey Don Relzablc 7250 N W ' . an n y ' U V7 , as 'y v v U v v 77 . .- 1 U H . rl . ' . AL . 57 A 73 Mary Lucas 'Luke AA ' 93 1 . An . 73 ' , . . u 77 . ' ' ' H . U ' CA ' 73 , .. -s V! ' ,, sr 1 . . , .. , va . D 0,4 1950 Lorraine Ofstun "Raine" Studious Betty Jean Rodenkirck 'iBetty Demure Eldon Schmidtgall "Smitty" Ambitious Nancy Schneider "Names" Tempermental Robert Shecklex "Wimp" Carefree John Steiner "Don" Deliberate Arlene Thompson "Tomi, Pleasirlg Kenneth Tichenor "Tich" Unconcerned Donald Toberman t'T0be" Loyal Harold Valley l'Jake" Happy Go Lucky Joan Von Ruden "Annie" Popular Virginia Vopelak "Ginny" Confident Ellen Ward "Irish" Pleasant Jon Welsch "Tanker" Resolved Robert Shulka Pre szdent Class of IQSI The Junlor Class back 1n 1947 elected as thelr Freshmen officers Mary Bodam er Presldent Dolores Fox Vlce Presl dent Beatrice Hlll Secretary Treasurer Home Room One officers were Donna Foster Eugene Gokey and Bernard Glbbs Home Room Two officers were James Rexlly Roger Stelner and Ted Sheckler Mrs Howard Mezera was class advlsor In1t1at'1on was looked forward to at the beglnnlng of the school year On that day the students were requested to wear green to mdlcate the1r freshness That the hlgh school As freshmen they won second prlze on thelr float and thlrd prlze on thelr wlndow decoratlon durmg home comlng week As Sophomores the class began prepa ratlon for the 1n1t1at1on of the Freshmen one of the mam events of the year Other 3Ct1Vlt'leS lncluded dances and soclal af falrs Results of the electlon of officers were Mary Bodamer Presxdent James Reflly Vlce Presldent and Curtis Streln Secretary Treasurer Home Room One officers were Eugene Gokey Bernard Gibbs and Dolores Fox Ted Sheckler Basll Martm and James Whlte led Home Room Two through the school year As Junlors these students attalned the honor of becomlng upper classmen S0 c1al lxfe 1ncreased and many tradntlonal customs were followed throughout the year Robert Stluka led the class as Presi dent w1th James Whlte Vlce Presldent and Dolores Fox Secretary Treasurer Home Room One and Two officers were Madonna Melster Presldent Jeanme Krleg V1ce Presldent Donna St Jacque Secretary and Sally Coorough Presx dent Eugene Gokey Vlce Pres1dent and Donna Foster Secretary Mr Mul thls year On December 13 the Junlors present ed their class play Glamour Boy under the dlrectlon of Mlss Maurlne Johnson The custom of the annual Junlor Prom was contlnued by the class of 1951 The decoratlons ln the gym depleted a scene ln a garden havlng as lts theme An Old Fashloned Walk Relgmng over prom f6StlVltleS on Aprll 14 were Klng and Queen Bob Stluka and Donna St Jacque The muslc was furnlshed by the Gus Fuhrman orchestra The annual Junlor Class Day p1cn1c was held in May at the Wyaluslng State Park 1 K , I . 3 , . - .- . . . . . 5 . . , - I 9 ." . i z ' . . , . - I. , . , . , - . . i . , . 3 . .. . . 1 . - . 9 u , . ' - A 9 9 "' Q 9 . ' - 9 l I ' . , . . ' evening they were formally initiated into rooney and Mr. Derouin were advisors . . . . , . . . . . . . . Q . ,I ,, , . , . . . . . . - . . . ,, . . . ,,- . . , . 5 . . . . , . . , . - . 5 . . , , . . D . , . ' ! Joyce A111son Alhe Jolly Wxlllam Balk B111' Care Free Marcella Becwar Max ce lndustnous Roger Bedward Roge Quzet Roger Beneker Benny Patzent Fern Benhart Ferme Careful Dems Bemsh Babe Wztty Frlendly Mary Bodamen Max Relzable R1chax d Bonney Romeo Scholarly Rodney Bonney Rod Athletzc Albert Bouzek Bouzxe Athletzc Mlldl ed Check Mlm Senslble Roger Check Pudge H omey Sally Coorough Sal Actwe ' il ' H . , H . lb 1 1 Ln YY .. H H ' H ' ' CA SY ' H Robert Bemsh "Bob , u .rx H H fl l 11 ' . KL ' H ll YY H 97 Blanche Cuchna Blanche Reserved D1anne Daugherty Shorty Dzlzgent Jack DuCharme Jack Complacent Bert Fennel Bert Resolved Franklm Flsher Frank" Shy LeRoy Flansburgh Lee Bashful Davld Foley Flash Umzssummg Jolly Donna Lee Foster Bubbles Confident Thenesa Futsche Theresa Careful Dololes Fox Dodo' Dependable Bernard Glbbs Bernie' Wzllmg Jerome Glynn Jerry Wztty Eugene Gokey Gene ' Qwet Robert Granzow Wmg Dmg Persuaswe 7757 , sr as ' so Y! .. H l l H Y! ' ' U CA 7, ' 46 U Leona Foley "Squirre1,' 61 H 1 . .' u 31 Q 66 9 ' U ' 1 t6 Y! U 7 Ki ' ' YI 1' ' r 3 W 5 fy' 'V 19? Qafglf Lg gm. H .A 1 .fa if A . M ,gk X L- .A ff 3 I 'r fnrf W' 'gg ' U HY' E XR Q. WW' Hw- wi ggi 5 A dsl E r as Q. 44. , 2 J af ,W 2 I 'uv 355 5: Q 4 Q .,. V I t if! W 0,4 M52 Top row Delma Enke lla Benhart Norma Adney Gene Angell Louls Dohse Charles Homuth I eRoy Jerrett Roy Desposlto Joyce Bloyer Thlrd row Geraldme Gexsler Robert Bacon Ken neth Cornford Elnora Koel Beverly lxolter Madonna Hurda Nhldred Check Mary Byers Knna Bouzek Second row LIIIIOH Burns Gwendolyn Dru yor Shirley Adams Ilene Kramer Io Xnn Dwight Lucllle Eulgem Ronald DuCharme Mark Gly nn Bottom row Reta Brodt Milton Gels ler Ronmei raig Sylvester Barrette Donald Cavanaugh l hllllp Enke Allyn Gm up Home Room One The first week of its Freshmen year, the class of 1952 began Hlgh School by electlng oflicers Shlrley Adams was Presldent, Ronnle Cralg Vlce Presldent, Mr Charles Burch was class advlsor unt1l March when he left the school system Mr Jack Mulrooney acted as advlsom fm the lemalnder of the year Although the organlzatlon of two Home Rooms was entlrely new to these students, they carefully followed lnstruc tlons and elected Home Room OfflC8lS ln a successful and orderly manner Home Room I oflicers wele Ph1ll1p Enke, Pres1 dent, Wayne Koecke, V106 Presldent, and Nolma Adney, Secretary Treasurel Jeannette Valley represented Freshmen Home Room II on the Student Louncll by bemg elected President Jean Relser was V1cePres1dent and Jean Lechnlr, Secretary Treasurer for the second d1v1 In September th1s class was officlally 1n1t1ated 1nto the Hlgh School when the Sophomores sponsored the tradltlonal Freshmen MIXCF The ent11e student body emoyed an evemng of laughter and entertamment vxatchmg each greenhorn perfolm h1s stunt The fT1St class p1Ol6Ct was the Home comlng bonfire The lesults of all the1r hard vwolk went up 1n smoke the nlht before the blg game, when ex eryone wlt nessed one of the lalgest bonfires PHS had ever prepfu ed u . . , . - . , Q - C . .- and Gwen Dru'yor, Secretary-Treasurer. sion of the class. Home Room Two The Sophomore class sponsored the Freshmen MIXGF, the first act1v1ty of the year Thls event, whlch took place 1n the Hlgh School Gymnaslum, was at tended by the entlre student body and faculty The class was responslble for the ar rangement ot the HOm8C0m1Hg parade A Sklt forecastlng the Coachs dream of the Homecoming game, was presented by the group Tuesday before the game Durlng the basketball season, penc1ls were sold on whlch the schedule for the entlre season was pr1nted Dances were glven perlodlcally whlch also helped to ralse funds for the class treasury Judglng from the past records of the class of '52, much can be expected m 1tS future years The Freshmen entered mto the Home cornmg sp1r1t st1ll further by wmmng thlrd place on thelr sklt A Qulz Pro gram Mums, whlch added to the foot ball atmosphere, were also made and sold by these ambltxous students The class re organlzed the next Sep tember as Sophomores The oflicers of the Sophomore class have prox ed to be real leaders Phllllp Enke was Presldent, Joan Dwlght VICQ Presldent, and Mark Glynn, Secretary Treasurer Home Room One oilicers were Ronme Cra1g Presx dent, Shlrley Adams, V1C6PT6S1d6Ht, and Elnora Koel, Secretary Treasurer Jeannette Valley Raymond Rogers and Jeanne Relser represented Home Room Two MISS Maurlne Johnson was chosen as class advlsor Top row Xnn I olodnl Shlrlev I etter 1 I ucllle Robertson Io IH I IKZQI W llllam Nicholson hor nm ll mek Jotn Str luman 141 mms N1 tyel Xelred X11 zua Thurd row I '1ul NIeG1nle5 Damel SIHFCIH 1 Margery 1 uld 1 JK anne Ilenser Nhlda 1 aczynskx Gertrude Shaxxley P0111 1rd XX alz Jeannette X alles INorma Nlanshf Id Second row M xxine XX elsch John 7Iahek lean I echmr Margaret I ou ers I'll'llCL Shulka I hylhs Hay Betty Reed XIICIOFI 1 I rlhyl Bottom row Jo 111 I er-hmr L I1 me nt St: III! Raymond R011 rs Xltlllll label Lllfford Strnn Dorothy XX hlte 11 1 1 - 11 1 1 1 1 1 .X . . . . . U . 1 1 1 , ' , , - 79 - 1 1 . v 1 . 1 1 1. 1 1 1 1 - 11 - - 1 1 1 1 11 , ' 1 V1 1 . 1 . 1 ' 1 ' 7 y 1 , 1 . . . . . 1. 1 - 1 1 ' 1 . 7 . . . . . . . 1 ' 7 1 1 1, 1 . ' ' 11 1. ' 1 . v ,. v- '. " 1 '. .1 1, 1 , 1, 4 1 ,. 1 , 1 1 , - .- ,f. . v .. , -.. ' . 1 . ., - . ' ,, - ,.1 , 1 1 1 , 1 111 , . , 1 r 1 . . '1 1 ,, - ', 1 , . ' - - 1 , . . 1. ' 1. 1, 1 1, 11 , 1 , . ' , 4 , , 5 1 , 1 , 1 , . ' ' , . 1 , . 1 ,, 1 f . 1 1 . , 4 , 1 1 4 , 1 1 .. - , 1 1 1' 1 N -, 1- 1 . 1 1 1, .1 ,1 1, .1 , , , , 1 . . 1 1 ' '1 . ' -. 1 1 1 .r 1- . - ' ' . , 1 1 , '21, . .1 , 1 1 . .. 6Zcweafl?5 Top row I lulL1ke Nl9lC6d6S lxolcke .lflcquelmel ll oxnte ln Iuesex J ck I emsh lohnl lonne 1 h ulfsl I9l1l0lP 'NI ux lush Rlfhlld Lanke John Dxrnd Thnrd row Xl uxe lxsllog Larolxn Xhrens Ronald Dohse 1- ugene I- anello Don xld L11 x ID Richard Ellxott Geo1f.,e hozelk 1 Joan Feeney Delores Dut hume l ury DeNIuth Second row Dolothx Cravxford D mlel L1 Pointe Gerald FlQh8F Marlene Lonex Joyce Felnette Xllen I anke I atsx BBIIQQ Oclean Ixmmel XI lrllyn I lpke Bottom row Robert huchenheckel Don J lmlnn I Nhchael Fa IS XX lxne lxol ck p 1 lhllllpl ll on e Homc Room One On a vxarm Septembel eve, the Freehmen I'9C61N9Cl the11 formal 1n1t1a t1on mto hlgh school When all the greenholne had undergone thelr trlals they vxere proclalmed duly 1n1t1ated and thex proxed to be good sports Jan Kleser was elected Presldent, Don Jambura, V1cePres1dent, and Delorxe Schmldtgall Secretfnx TFQASUIQI ot tlo class Thex chose Mlss Helen Fnkus, the nexx homemaklng teacher, as then ad XISOI Thex xx ere spllt lnto txxo home rooms Vx ax ne Ixoecke Danlel La Polnte and Jack Benlsh xx exe elected Presldent Vlce Presldent and Secletarx 19Sp9CtlV9 lx ln Home Room One Home Room Two Chobe Joyce P1tzer, Presldent, Edward Whlte, V1cePres1dent, and Sally Mc Fallane, Secreta1y BIISS Ma11or1e Froh mader was chosen as dSS19tc1IIt class ad xlsor HcIX1Hg been lnltlated and ofllcers elected the Flosh set out on a melrx xxh11l of hlgh school act1x1t1es Thex be gan to xx 01k l1ke l1ttle TIOIRHQ to gathe1 materlal lOl the homecommg bonfhe Tnee, blush boxes, nexx spapels, plus anx thlng thex could beg or bo11oxx, xxent 1 I. . 1 V ' 1, ' V I ' x . 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V V . . , K v Home Room Two 1nto one of the largest and brlghtest bon fires ex er wltnessed by a Pra1r1e home com1ng crowd Whxle materlal for the bonfire was bemg gathered by a large shale of the class, another commlttee was xx o1k1ng on a float for the parade Wh1Cl1 had the slogan We ve Got Lan caster Over a Barrel We guarantee to remove the dandruff lf you w1ll brmg 1n the scalp of Lancaster , was the theme of the wxndow dlsplay commlttee When they began to thmk of hnancxal matters, the Freshmen planned a hard tlme dance for Halloween Refreshments were served to the slzable crowd tmat attended When the1r first dance D1 oved to be a success, they sponsored a Valen t1ne Dance wh1ch was to be anothe1 feather 1n thelr cap Everyone that came enloyed a del1c10us lunch of cup cakes and chocolate mllk An amateur talent show was held 1n May to ralse addltlonal funds for the class The Freshmen entertamed the Sopho mo1es at a p1cn1c m May m return for thelr 1n1t1at1on As can be seen, the Freshmen proved themselves an 1ndustr1ous group, full or fresh ldeas and are followmg 1n the path of hlgh standards set by former frosh Top row B111 W achter Tom NICGI Ith Jer: v Remess Ianlce ODDFE'lChl Sally NIcFa1l me Dc lou kChIIlldtH21ll Beatrice Nelslus Eugene Mezera Ed Qlama 1 obert Tyler Lnuence 'iw mtek Jack R111 Thnrd row Dick Stark J ITIICQ Redman Ronme Radloff Joyce I ltzer bhnley Sew exson Ronnle Nllndham Lsther I ltzer Betty I ltzer Donna TIDDQFQ I eonald I 1tZQI Second row Nhtt Vogt Lynn Qtandolf Roberta I lercy Darlene Nlclxlllxp Iatllcla 'wmoyer X lOl6l Nle yu Inf-k ShQIWVl1"l Nan 'Wcl hee Emery Stluki Theodore Stelnel Bottom row Doris 110f.,6I"- Dxll IS X xllr 3 Rlchard X som In Edu ard XX hlte Leo XlCGlDlk v lurk N alley lx :thx yn 'I' xllm Idge ,. . . . . , 1 1 I l . 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Fourth row '111 s 1411.1 Muiton 1'11r1 F1115 Lester T1ppe11i11e11tLn1nl1 D1111111 IIIIQISUII 111 1-mn 1 1111 Nt.1h1 11.111 13111111111 K 1pt11nJ N11 s IXODI De 111 E1 ghth Grade When the class of 1954 entered Junior High School l.1st September it had an en iollment of 39 pupils The membere chose the 10ll0111ng ofhceis to rep1esent the 01.111 P1eS1C1eHt, NANCY Pixler, Vice President P 1tt1 K.1h1er, Sec1et.111 De.111 11 .1s te.1Lhe1 .md class .1d11-.01 'lhe 1011.11 1UI1L110HN duiing the 16111 01 1910 included 1 Chiistmas pf11t1 H1111 .1 t1ee dllfl exchanging of g1ftQ .1 Y .ilen tine D.11 p11t1 and the annual picnic 111th the N81 enth g1.1de 1111119 V1111 1101111 gioundx The eighth g1.1de1s h.111ng pe1tect xt tenddme 16LOI'l1S for the nut h 111 ot the XEAI' 01 1010 11 e1e 1.1111 11.1111 Ronnie .1111e1l 111 St 1111 V11g1n1.1 houze P.1t11c1.1 Hendiukx NAIILX Pixlei, 1111111 Sime CfllOll -Xllll bt10ng .1ndLuc1 X1 1h1 Eight ot the alms 11 e1e membeis of the SQDIOI Band The1 XY e1e V11g1n1.1 Bouzek, Judv Campbell Darlene Fox, JOXCG Graham, NHHCX PlXl6l, Kathleen Wachtei, Lucy Wahl and Ruth Ann 11 elich Memberx of the class elected Blau D1llmf1n Faptaln of the b.1fet1 Patrol, his tvxo L1e11ten.111ts 1111 St1h1 ieplaced .1111 131111 11 hen 1.1111 m011d 10 H1 5 b010 Duties 01 the 91fet1 P.11101 include 11.1t1011ng the stieet COIIILIN 411111 111.11 giound t0 .uxlst It 111 school functions .11 uxheix and ticket t.1ke1x 411111 to be 10nxt.1ntl1 Xlglldflt t0 p1ese11e O1C19I' -X numbei 01 eighth gl .1de 11011 111111 ed on the 111111101 High 11.1sketb.1l1 team lhe1 ente1ed the 1101101111 glclllh xehool 0L1lll.lI'I1LI11 .111d 11011 .1 111111111 .11111 1 place B011 Sm1L1n.1 kenneth Lessaid lJ.11e 1'1n11e1 Dd1X11I1 Emeison and Les te1 VIIDDQIX pla1 ed on the team 1 - - ,- ' , Q1 ' , 1, g 'f , g 1-1 1 , . 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K , 1 1 , Enthuslasm runs hlgh 1n th1S class of 1955 and undoubtedly they w1ll mak thelr mark 1n the Semor Hlgh School The thrlll of bemg ln the seventh grade hes 1n the knowledge that at last Hlgh School may be attached after your name, even 1f It IS only Junlor H1gh School The followlng officers led the class 1n a successful year Pres1dent, John Schrelner, Vlce Presldent, Paul M1 chell and Secretary Treasurer, Susan Ahrens The Presldent was made an honorary member of the Student COUHCII and represented the seventh grade throughout the year Several members of the class were 1n the band They were Susan Ahrens, Mar JOT16 Ahrens, Gale Kedl Jerry Rosen crans, Paul M1tCh6ll Donald Elllott Janlce Foster, Arlene Husted, and John Schre1ner Durlng the homecom1ng celebratxon, the class was very Well represented Prlze wmners IH the float contest mclud ed the followlng Carolyn Brodt Judy Wmter, Larry Yeomans and Earl Nlchol son In the poster contest John Schre1ner won first Charles Anderson second, and Don Elllott th1rd Several boys won h0no1s on the Jun1or hlgh school basketball team Thls team won the Boscobel Grade Tournament trophy Team members were Lar1v Yeoman, Charles Anderson Jerry Ros encrans, Mlckey Jambura, Paul Mltchell and John Schrelner Two partles Were held dur1ng the year, one before Chrlstmas, and one on Val entme s Day The annual seed sale was held w1th the elghth grade as a means of raxsmg funds for the class The school year came to an end wlth the b1g p1cn1c at the Vllla LOUIS Top row I0h11 SChI6!IIl-'I Lhufles I km Teuy Collms D011 W 1ch11t'1 C lI0l Rndman Judy XX IIIIQI I1111s XX olf Donna L-01111 le11y Rosencx 111s Fourth row Chfules Xndelson 11111 N 1tcI1tII 1 ene Hush rl D e P11 111 1 C110 e ll Domi IX I pd1 e1 I1111ce Nh 11 ll Ivlthlmn Smoyer Xrlem Nlmch Thnrd row 1 111 NIIIIOISOII NI11jo1y Xhlens 11111111 Postu se I1sh41 1 1 1 cn 1 1 Ch1cll1111 lc 114 XQOIIIIII 'NI11 YY I1111l1111 1 Fourth row K l1ffo1d Fesu IJOII xld lx 1l1l11 I xlly 'XI1l1o11 Betty VS 11d I ms NGISIU K 1101 Ste Ill C hulotte Ixolter IJOIIIII uokey 1 0111111 lxozmIk1 Bottom row S1115 Hutchlson q 1101111 s If ns II o KK 77 ' e ' . . 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A K L15 ca 'W 5 P060 7awe gifa-f 1-5-1.-L,-if-.' .il 4, if if X J Www 'em Standing Mr Deroum Larry Mayer Joan Von Ruden Seated Dolores Kramer Luane Marso Janet McCloskey John Glynn One of the mam tasks of the 1ournal 1sm class IS the pubhshmg of the school newspaper The Pra1r1e Dog Tales The students look forw :rd to gettlng th1S newsy notlce whlch ls publlshed perlodlcallv throughout the school yeal The feature and ed1tOl1dl page whlch IS usually the first page the IHXIOUS 16 ld ers look for IS complled by Joan Von Rudcn featule edltor John Glynn spolts edltor has charge ot the lmst page whlch contalns recent spolt develop ments at the tlme of publlc 1t1on Janet McCloskey IS the GdltO1 of the p1pe1 rsslsted by Larly Mayel Jomne Jlm bura buslness managel and Mary Lucas exchange edltor are also members ot the Tales staff Reportels for the pap er ale Betty Jean Rodenkuck Lucllle Byers Luane M lrso Dololes K1 lmel Dorothy Hellmann Lolna Lxrson Bob Shecklez E1leen Crowley Bob Komchek Don Ste1ne1 Harold Valley V1Tg'1Dl'1 Vopelrk Susan Kleser Loretta Lechnu Ellen Ward Elleen McFarland Ellza beth Mezera Ken Tlchenor Helen Bed Ward and Nancy Schnelder The Pra1r1e Puppy a smaller pape1 prlnted on Hlgh School machlnes sup plements the school IIGYVSDEIDQI It con talns news artlcles sport storles an nouncements 1okes and 1mportant events on the school calendar Thls mlte SlZ6d ed1t1on was chustened The Pra1r1e Pup py by the 1950 1ournal1sm class Sketches drawn by Dolores Kramer were an lmportant feature 1n both the news pape1 and the Pra1r1e Puppv The 1ou1nal1sm class of 1950 happlly undel took the honor of Qdltlflg' the school annual Lu me M2180 w as selected ed1to1 and Janet McCloskey assoclate ed1to1 Dolores Kmmer and Joanne Jambura w ele appolnted ut ed1to1 and buslness Yl'l1Hdg6l lespectly ely Remalnlng stu dents of the cl lss were ass1gned to covel the varlous departments of the Hlgh School ' ' r 1 ' 1 ! ! . 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English is the basis for all the other studies in high school The importance of English can never be too strongly m phasized for its study broadens a s u dents outlook on the world and also gives him the opportunity to form and express his own opinion on various sub Jects English furnishes background for good citizens and also cultivates taste for the best literature The study of English 1s and writings It IS also llstenmg reading and observing to get new ideas Most important of all It 19 thinking about problems people and events It IQ also the exchanging of these thoughts with others Over long years certain lan guage customs have grown up regarding the mechamcs of English and the use of commas form of letters and the cholce of pronouns These customs are the con cern of the English classes In the freshmen classes grammar composition spelling and llteratuie are taught by Miss Mariorie Frohmader who is also librarian Our library through its encyclopedias yearbooks and periodi cals affords the opportunity for bulldmg a broad basis of knowledge Literature oral and written composi tion are stressed 1n the Sophomore Eng lish class by Miss Maurlne Johnson The Junior English class specializes in 'ind is based around American Llterature growth and development of our country They study and read about prominent men such as Washington Irving Edgar allan Poe and modern writers as 'Sin clair Lewis The Senior group studies English Lit erature and how it forms the foundation for the language we speak today They also devote much of their time to com posltion and classics A portion of their time is given to Shakespeare Miss John son is the instructor Seniors Studvm, English Authors gi . . y . Y . H t . e - . . . ' . , . ' r 't ' 1 r ' ." , . . . ' 7 L ' , K . iv." more than the improvement of speaking which ties in very definitely with the . . , . . , . .K . . . , K S L . . Y I m, L. L , , A' A ' a , ' x L. ' I ' "k , . y ' . . . - J 1 ' ' An les, Facts and Figures With Miss V1Ol9t Dohse as instructor the mathematics department offers both elementary and advanced algebra plane and solid geometry as vxell as trlgonom etry to the students of Pra1r1e High Algebra IS a kind of shorthand state ment of an operation to be performed in arithmetic In it the student learns the manner of efipresslng quantities and op 9l'ltIOI1S by me ms of letters and signs thus llqlllllflg needed skills md tech niques IH the use of numbers This cour c mathem xtics xx hich function most in lite namely the formula giaph equition and problems -Xlgebia 1s a iequuefl sophomore subiect Geometry IN usually cl xssed 1 mmol subiect The Ob19Ct1V6Q of this course xre to fostei an appreciation of the geomet11c aspect of our enuronment to dexelop an awareness of the logic of geometry and to correlate this with reasoning in mathematical thlnklng to encourage in dependence ln thought to give a thor ough knowledge of the facts of geometry needed for contmued work IH mathe matlcs and allied subjects as well as to correlate geometry with other branches of mathematics and sciences In the senior year a complete credit of mathematics may be acquired Ad xanced algebra IS offered during the filst semester This course IS a prerequisite for engineers Tllgonometlx the SCIQHCQ of measuring the triangle is taught dur mg the second semester Log irithms fue tate laborious authmetical processes Tiigonometry opens the opportunity for the study of a wide field of mathematics and allied subiects such as physics me ch mics navigation aviation surveying radio electronics and 111 other branches of engineering As teacher of mathematics Miss Dohse has opened the may for further study and appieclatlon of the value of mathe matics i U . C s w . , y . . . , S hw , 1 V L1 . - ' I . . - . Y 7 . . , . ac I A1 2 Lv A1 4 ks. hw, ' . 1. vvv, K1 l - . ' ' ,'." - places emphasis on those basic ideas of used as a means of computation to facili- C 2 v. . S. Hx: 6 l . Q. . S :- 7 7 'I 7 2 1 'X Y s . A ' is ' . ' ,. Y. ' my L' I. 4 ' A' I xy A S. , - .' . ' z f ' ' z "s, C ' C ' , ' ' , s . s f . f ' . " A 2 ', 1, 2 J v' 3 ' K 1 ' Lv, ' nw ' ' 1 Y Y Y C . 1 . . 5 . - C . . 3 . - The value of soc1al sclence ln a mod ern educatlonal program depends upon the extent to wh1ch It contrlbutes to the student s ab1l1ty to succeed IH democratlc l1v1ng ThlS course IS to arouse the stu dent to a real1zat1on of how closely the problems of Amerlcan soclety are related to h1s own l1fe and challenges h1m to better undelstandlng and to constructlxe effort An 1ntroductory course ln soclal sclence IS CIVICS wh1ch IS taught by Mr John Mulrooney CIVICS presents the economlc soclal pOl1t1C3l and cultural developments m Amer1can hlstory and shovss the mfluence of geography on the llves and hablts of our people Thls sub lect xllustrates the relatlonshlp of govern ment to the lndlvldual cltlzen Tho1 oughly studled durlng the year are the Preamble and Constltutlon of the Umted States A magaz1ne Everyweek IS a form of supplementary readmg out of whlch the current events was studled thus glv mg the students an opportunlty to get a further outlook on the present day llvlng condltlons Durlng the yeal Clty Council meetings were attended at wh1ch stu dents obserx ed the operatlon of MUHICI pal meetlng and electlons Electxons for Cltlzenshlp Day and Student Councll were handled by the CIVICQ class Another lmportant soclal SCIGHCC IS economlcs for senlors Whlch IS taught by Superlntendent B A Kennedy A descrlptlon of all that me do 1n our efforts to get a l1v1ng provldes the sub 1ect matter of econornlcs Economlcs has always conslsted of the two processes econom1c struggle and It takes the form of a struggle agalnst nature or of m Ill agalnst man for 1obs fox economlc re sources and tor capltal and also of a struggle between our lI1dlVldU3.l deslres Each day notes are taken on class dlscusslon and notebooks are arranged from these Booklets are prepared as annual projects taken from subjects such as conservatlon governmental d1lTer ences and other problems whxch face the people of the world Future I lwmlkers Stlllhflll the Senate 9 . 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Scarcity causes the K1 vkw ' I 0 , 2 ' L I L1 D K ' - K kv, ' ' I , I ' cc H ' ' , ' , - la ' 2 : g W ' Problems on 'Vlechamcal Advantage The high school science courses must serve a two fold purpose in order to keep pace with the demands of the new age ln education and the new age ln science The first purpose IS to contribute gen erously and effectively to the general education of all the students The sec ond purpose IS to help lay the foundation needed by some of the students for latex speclalizatlon in science The sub1ect matter and act1v1t1es in cluded ln our SCICHCGS have their poten three major types of more specific ob 1ect1ves 111 growth 1n knowledge and understanding of the more lmportant facts concepts and principles of sclence f2D Growth ln the skills and abihtles in volved in scientific problem solving C31 Development of attitudes and apprecla tions characterlstic of the scientific habit of mlnd Prairie du Chlen High School offers the following sclence courses ln the cur rlculum General Sclence Mr Cecll Smith Biology Mrs Kathleen Ackerlund Chemistry Mr Harold Rasmussen Physics Mr Harold Rasmussen General Science is offered in the fresh man year and IS an lntroductory course to the other principles of sciences The term biology comes from two Greek words bios meaning hfe and logos meaning discourse Thls study deals with plant and animal llfe and IS a sophomore subject Chemistry and physlcs are Junlor and senior subjects An interestlng feature of chemistry is student observation of ex place when every day chemlcals are brought together PhyS1CS IS a sclence that deals Wlth the action of dlfferent forms of matter and energy and the magnetlc field Visual a1d in the form of movles and strip films have greatly added to the 1n terest and knowledge of all subJects deallng in science The newly adopted double laboratory periods have been of conslderable value in that more experiments are being com pleted and a greater number of students are participatmg in laboratory work - ' ' n ' H tial value in promoting attainment of Defiyments, and the many thiI1gS that fake The commerclal courses 1n the P1a1r1e du Chlen Hlgh School cons1st of buslness tralnlng shorthand typewrltlng and bookkeeplng BUSINESS tralnlng lS a Freshmen sub 1ect under the dlrectlon of Mr John Mulrooney Thls sub1ect enables stu dents to become fam1l1ar wlth buslness procedure they need as c1t1zens regard less of hovs they may make thelr l1v1ng Vlsual a1d films were presented to the and were xaluable assets to them Inte1 estlng ones shown mcluded Telephone Technlque Story of Money and Sharlng Economlc RlSkS Shorthand IS offered to the Junlors and Senlors and IS taught by Miss Vanlta Hagman Much of the time 1n the be glnnmg class IS used m learnmg the fund amentals and some tlme 1S glven to d1c tation and readmg Semors revlew the theory and follow lt Wlth advanced d1c tatlon stresslng spelllng punctuatlon hwphenatlon capltalmatlon paragraph mg rules of grammar and sentence struc ture Second semester vwork mcludes composltlon of letters telegraphlc ser XICG and the prepalatxon for findmg a IO Ty pewr1t1ng IS a two year course un der the guldance of Mlss Vanlta Hagman The first year typ1sts learn the keyboard xx r1te slmple QXSFCISBS rough drafts and letters Speed and accuracy are stressed process of duplxcatlng Stenclls ale cut for the mlmeograph md master CODIQS are prepared for the dltto Actual office experlence lb obtaxned by completlng vsork requlsxtloned by the dlfferent de partments of the school A first year course ln bookkeepmg IS offered to the Senlors furmshrng edu catxonal and vocatlonal values The study gn es the student help 1n Tlldklflg out re ports and records 1n a systemat1c man ner ,Iumor fyplsts at Work '. 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',-4m The -Xrt of Better Bulldln One goal of modern educatlon 15 prac tlcal knowledge Another department that follows thlg theory IS 1ndustr1al arts under the d1rect1on of Mr Be1t Krohn It offers xocatlonfxl guldance so that the students may determlne ln WhlCh field of treumng he 18 most mterested when chooslng hlS llfe caleer aftel graduation Wfth th1S 1n m1nd the Industrlal A1ts dep utment offers as many dlfferent klnds of work as IS poss1ble Opportum t1c 11 exper1ence 1n draftlng cablnet mak mg sheet met 11 dl1V61 educat1on elec t11c1ty home m6Ch1HlCS weldlng and hobby craft Hobby craft or hand craft has been lntroduced durmg the past yeaf and ls belng recognlzed 1n most schools as nec essfury tralnlng whereby the studen when he grows 1nto manhood has an op portunlty to select a hobby that he lb lnterested 1n Hobby craft lncludes work 1n leather plastlcs basketry and vxood work Durmg the first semester of the year the Freshmen and Sophomores are taught draftmg and use of draftlng lnstruments and are g1ven an opportunlty to plan the1r pro1ects for the second semester The Freshmen pro1ect IS a comb1nat1on radfo stand and m xgmlne r1ck and tht Sophomoxe pro1ect ls 'L wr1t1ng desk VHFIOUS types of dlaulngs are made ln the draftmg classes Olthographlc D10 1ect1ons lsometrlcs obhques perspet blueprmts are made As part of the lndustrlal 1rts pl ogram the Junlors are glven a drlvers educat1or course Second semester lnstructlon for the Junlors conslsts of sheetmetal shop and draftlng combmed Electrlcftx IQ taught to the Senlors dur mg the first perlod of the year Th1s course 1IlClLld9S the fundamentals of electrlclty xx 1r1ng and the study of mo tO1b and generators The Semors haxe general shop Wh1Ch mcludes home me chanlcs hobby craft plastlcs weldlng and leathel craft . . 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N, V F , . . - v ' 9 ,Y 7 7 7 The history department of Prairie du Chien H1gh School offers two courses world history taught by Mr H Derouin and American history taught by Mr P Lutzke The study of h1story is very much stim ulated and enhanced by various means of v1sual instruction other than maps globes and charts Movies and strip films portray the current events cultural developments progress of society in ey ery age thus vividly crystalizing what history textbooks have to offer The history department possesses one of the largest film collections in the high school Every attempt is made to keep abreast of the times Current events are not only correlated with the study of past events but efforts are made to get the most from the study of the various newspapers and magazines 1n our library The fine sup plement to all of' these IS the monthly strlpfilm published by a metropolitan newspaper which in a social studies pro gram is the counterpart of The March of Time newsreel Vfoetafzq Standarized tests are given in both courses These serve as testing and re teaching materials Special reading abil ity tests are given at the beginning 0' the year in the American History classes The results form a partlal basis for the homogeneous grouping of the classes The members of these classes also write a paper on the theme My Life s Voca tion All this material is used in a pro gram of guidance and counseling which IS a part of th1s course In both history courses special reports are made on various topics This pro gram is frequently varled by means of round table dlscusslons and debates A special project 1n American history IS the constructlon of a chart showing in parallel the history of Prairie du Chien with that of the United States This trains the students in some fundamentals of research History students are required to keep notebooks which contain notes on class discussions the study of terms and phrases special book reports and sum The Worlrl Now md Then an wi "----f A , . 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K P k iff XXX I A -.T K Eiiifi' f XX 'QP' X X X xx XX 'x XXX Tub row NX lyllt' koec ke lm hu er Iohn NChI8llNfl Second row I hllllp I nke Ronme Lraxg I nn tte N lll 1 Sally QO0l0lli.,ll Nlldonna X181 ter Rolert Stlukr Nancy llvler Seated hxce l1tze1 Petty lean Rod nkuck Xian Podxmer X109 I re lClQlll Join X on Ruden 11951 I The Student Counc1l was organ1zed 1n 1931 at the suggestlon of Superlntendent B A Kennedy and 1ts purpose was to act as a clearlnghouse for student prob lems The Student Counc1l has a real opportun1ty for leadersh1p and servlce to the school It IS through such work that the students learn the technlque of gox ernment whlch enables them to fune t1on democratlcally 1n the school com munlty The Counc1l has planned meetlngs vseekly and adequate tlme to do lts bus mess It operates by the authorlty and accordlng to the prowslons of a constl tut1on The Student Counc1l encourages students to be free to express oppos1t1on to any pro1ect whxch xn fhell op1111on IS open to questlon to be alert to weak nesses ln the school and to develop fm sense of CHIC duty that yylll encou1age them to carry out all ass1gnments Thls vear the Counc1l mstalled a coke machlne and an assorted pop machlne Other Counc1l p101ECtS for the yea1 were sponsormg a magaz1ne campa1gn Cltl zenshlp day nlght assembly program and buymg records fOl the turntable t Donn1 etz Necxetuy T111 llli-'I Jom Glynn Nupt 1 X Ixenmdy Nlfxu L1c1 not llCIlll6'd The blggest pro1ect ot the year however was g1v1ng financ1al a1d to the Journal 1sm stai for the annual and startxng a fund for addlng an lntercommunlcatlon system to the school bu1ld1ng Counc1l officers for th1s year were Joan Von Ruden Presldent Mary Bo damer V1ce Presldent Donna Betz Sec retary Treasurer Other members of the councll are the four class presldents John Glynn Robert Stluka Phllllp Enke and Jan Kleser elght home 1oom presldents Mary Lucas Betty Rodenk1rck Sally Coorough M donna Me1ster Ronnle Cralg Jeannette Valley Wayne Koecke Joyce Pltzer and the presldents of the sewenth and e1ghth grade John Schrelner and lNancy P1Xl91 M1 Kennedy and llfI1SS Garr1ty are student councll adwlsors and the fou1 class adylsors are Mr Rasmussen Mr Mulrooney Mlss Johnson and M1ss F11 kus On OCt0b61 20th four representatwes attended the WISCOHSIH State Student Counc1l Conxentlon at Sheboygan WIS consln The delegates were Jo lnne Jambura Phllllp Enke Robert Stluka and Jo ln Von Ruden : 'z' ' ' ..: "fs ,. 1' " '. 2'A' 5 . 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C 1 Lat1n, although an anclent language st1ll has a deflnlte place ln H1gh Schools today Pra1r1e H1gh School offers a two yeal course taught by Mr Paul Lutzke The first year IS mostly grammar The second year deals chlefly wlth h1stor1cal and cultural backgrounds Those students who take Latln are members of the Lat1n Club The a1m of thlg club IS to make the student lnterested 1n, and consclous of, the pract1cal s1de of Lat1n, WhlCh IS a broader knowledge of the Engllsh language Accord1ng to the constltutlon of the Latln Club, any person that has at some t1me taken one year of Latln IS el1g1ble to 1o1n the orgamzatlon The buslness meetmgs are short and are conducted IH parllamentary procedure The followlng oflicers were elected Lorrame Ofstun as first counsel, Al1ce Reed as second counsel, Mark Glynn as 4160! scrlbe, Donna St Jacque as quaestor, Gwen Dru yor, Shlrley Adams Donna Foster, and Jeanne Krleg as aedlles Mr Paul Lutzke acted as faculty adylsor The Latln Club also has 1tS soclal slde Dur1ng the month of December, the club caroled Chrlstmas songs 1n both grade and hlgh school halls The Latln Club observed lNat1onal Latln Week Aprll 17 23, Wlth the mem bers wearmg colorful badges Posters, portraymg Roman llfe and culture, were placed 1n varlous classrooms and halls Durmg the course of the week, members gaye the student body 3 plcture of the Latln language, 1ts lnfluence and yalue Wir Lutzke summarlzed the week s events ln an assembly address Mr Robert Calrlty yy ho was statloned 1n Italy durlng the war, told the Club of h1s VlS1t to rulns of the old Roman Em plre op row Donn: 5Cl1l0lIlllhl lo lll N on uden llll e olnx son me ri los 1 elly em Iiodcnkurk Inn INICQLI Olllll ncy J ln 'str :umm N ny I0dllIlt-'I Thurd row ldl laczynskl I lll in er N uk C lynn Donna le-LZ l eu: y lxoltu Xllce Reed Donnl St Jacque lon une Olstun Nl llltl Otto Second row Dmlel l ll Ollllf. 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',' 1' - .. . , W - . -. 1 , . . . . . 1 , ., , - , 1 Y , . , . . l eadafz 'gcmd N l lllnklu Dlremtor The Prame H1gh Band Ib o11e of the most popular and 1mpress1ve groups of the school It plays a ma1or part 1n many Hlgh School and CIVIC act1x1t1es Football and basket ball gzmes parmdes ind celeb1'1t1ons would not be complete vuthout the mxroon md gold out ntted mus1c1ans Anv student vs1sh1ng to take lessona on 1n 1nst1ument begme h1s muelcal c1ree1 bw enterlng the Beglnnezs Band When Jumor Band members hue reeewed sufhclent know ledge of the care md usage of the 1nst1ument and of the funda ment :ls of mus1c thu become put ot the SBHIOI B md Thls sS stem h IS D1OXi,Cl un pI'0f1llblL 101 the bllltls hue been ste lllllX g'IOXKlHg 'lhls j,e11 the 8111101 Blnd h 18 1 tot tl of 60 membels bome ot the speclal exents 111 vxhleh thu p11t1c1pated dullllg' the xear VKBIB eKehang'e COIICCILS ulth XIOIIOIII and Fe11n1mo1e fou1 publ11 band con1e1ts md the Nllneral Polnt wllllblk Pestlxal 'Ihe B ind Mothus Club ls 1 los ll md tneless o1g1111z1 l10Il uh11h 1 uses funds negess 113 to help equ1p the b 1nd The Semor Band elected Janet McCloSkev as Presldent Donna Betz VICE Presldent and Marx Bodamer Secretau T1e 1su1e1' Eldon SCl'1Hlldlg'dll xx as appo1ntedm1nage1 Jos ce Gmham and Lucx Vl 1hl xx ere co l1bra11ans Jem RCISCI took care of the hlstorw of the band Mlke Faas was m umger and Mllda Paczynsk1 xx aq l1brar 1an of the Junlor Band 1 . . 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S v A- - The glrls chorus met the elghth perlod each dav efccept Fr1dax and rehearsed songs 11 h1ch were p1esented at later pro grams After extenslye pxeparatlon the glllN appeaxed ln the1r first school conce1t as they took part ln the Thanksgnlng day program and w1th the m1xed cho11 sang Now Thank We All Our God At the Candle L1ght Concert, Decem ber 18 they yocahzed 1n From Heaven Hlgh the Angels Came , a German carol, and Bes1de Thy Cradle Here I Stand a cho1ale from the Chr1stmas Orator1o by J S Bach They also sang Lo Hoyy 1 Rose E er Bloom1ng from Praetorlus Wlth the approach of the muslc feSt1 yal the stralns of Cherublc Hymn , by Gretchanlnoff a Russlan composer floated th1ough the halls of' P H S Manv d1l1gent hours were spent 1n room nme Officers of the g1rls chorus were as follows Lorna Larson, Presldent, Mary Bodamer, VICE Presldent, and Odean Kramer, Secretary Treasurer As tournament tlme approached war 1ous vocal groups and sololsts VIGIQ pract1c1ng Eldon Schmldtgall sang In y1ctus by Hugo Black, w11tten f0l bass XOICE Joyce Pltzer, Dolorls Schm1dtgall Kay Tallmadge Sh1rley Severson and Arlay ne Gaulke sang soprano solos and Larry Mayer rendered Franz Schubert s VVho IS Sylv1a'7,' IH a tenor vo A glrls tr1o, made up of DoIor1s Schmldtgall Sh1rley Severson and Kay Talmadge also pract1ced for the presen tatlon of the1r number, The L1tt1e Dust man , by Brahms, along wlth a boys quartette, cons1st1ng of Mark Glynn, first tenor, Larry Mayer, second tenor, John Glynn f1rst bass and Eldon Schmldtgall second bass They sang When Day Is Done , by Robert Katcher 'lhe d1str1ct muslc festlval or tourna ment was held at Mlneral Polnt Apr1l 21 and 22 thls year Twenty nme schools partlclpated 1n the band, vocal and pa rade contests Top row Ioyfe IXPIIItl I1 1tI11111 1 Q une III 70101 IX e111111111 Ill X 011 I 1 11111 St I1cf NI 11111 Otto I 1 lt Ol' Illll Donn 1 11111111 Thlrd row 's 1lly L 41010111-1h 111 le-111 rc 1 01111 1 I etz exel 1 o QI Do 011 1x1 1111e1 ll Q II1 IOIIN N1I11111fItg11II Nhlllu NlXt'l 011 econd row L IIOIWII XI 1 Il Odem Ix11111e1 IJUIIIII 0 QI 1 11r11 Nmoxu one QIIIPLKE' lone XIIISOII 1 1 Io1 I 111111 In 1. 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', I 'fs ' 'z ', Ali '- Ii 11-II, - 1'- ' 'z , 1' " 1' -' 's 1 S : 'z ' j . 11' 1 s, : ' 'z '1 z I-' st '1 l': I " Y: 1' ,' ' '. .I ,' ' , F ' . 1 ," 1 'J' 1 .X1'l,'1 1- 4' 'I1vs, 1 0: 1 ' 'iv "1 ro : lv-: I "- H'lI, L0 ' :1 I.a1's011, N: .'f'I cf I 5 ', AIl'I'1'l'fll'S I' -1 -, K: I 'y "1 1 Ig 1, . : 'y I! I: 1 '1 .lnnvl . Ir' ' wsk lddfbdfly Top row: Elizabeth Mezera, Delnm lflnke, Ilzi llenlmrt, Leone Foley, Lucille Robertson, Dianne Daugherty, Norma Adney, Joan Struunmn. Mary llodanier. Third row: Jean Heist-r, Robert Bacon, Jeannette Valley, .Xrlayne Gaulku, l'harlotte Huhhard, Annu Bouzek. .Jacqueline Ln Pointe, Dorothy XVhite, Shirley Pe-tteru. Second row: Gwendolyn Drn'yor, Maxine NVelsch, Nan McPhee, Roberta Piercy, Esther I'i1zer, Betty Heed, Janice Shulka, Milda Vnczynski. Victoria 1'rilsyl. Bottom row: Rem lirodt, Marcella Uecwar, Milton Geisler, Michinl Fans, .Xelred Mezeru, Phillip Enke. The library holds an important posi- tion in the modern educational program. Our library with its many shelves of ref- erence books and its adequate fiction section offers opportunity and pleasure to every student. The library contains approximately eight thousand volumes including the new books which were obtained this year. The administration and service in our library is under the direction of Miss Marjorie Frohmader who supervises a staff of thirty-two members. The Library Club was organized in January. The following officers were elected: President, Mary Bodamerg Vice-President, Jeanette Valleyg Sec- retary5Treasurer, Jean Reiser. 2.52. I Z X Yfmmli mm Top row Chad XILLEI 1 D011 lx 111111 John Duud 'Xlllton f Ll I11 Don ulrl F0114 llll in Don Ofc no uk cond row I Illft lJ llm lll n 1 0 el 1 c edxxl ated I l1Zlll th Xlcfcm x Q nl x ex x I '1 One of the tastest grow 1ng and most generally ut1l1zed departments IH P H Q ls vlsual educatlon Th1S department IS constantly expandlng and lmproxmg 1ts equlpment to offer more complete ser uce to the school The vlsual educatlon department now has a sound proJector, a sllent pro1ector, strlpfilm projectors, two tape recorders, stereoptxcon, and sterescopes for the grade schools The stmphlm llblary has a gleat as soltment of f1lmS Thls llbldly contams films fox every department The films are shown ln the usual alds room where the faclhtles are kept The teachers may operate the equlpment themselves or they may take advantage of the staff of student operators Under the d1rect1on of Mr Paul Lutzke there are seventeen students takmg part ln the program Mlss Rosella Flnley IS 1n charge of the grade program w T l : ' 1 A -'-'z, ': ' :,. 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Zmmczlcca On December 13 the Junlor Class pre sented Glamour Boy The three act comedy dlrected by Mlss Maur1ne John son was well attended and enthuslastxc ally recely ed by both students and frlends The play featured Marlta Otto and Jerry Glynn ID the lead roles as Georgla Belle Roberts a hlgh school charmer and Chauncy Jay Mooney known as Pee Wee The other characters of the play were Gregory fFlashD Horner a star hlgh school athlete Davld Foley Clarlssa Green a hlgh school glrl Al1ce Reed Corky Wllllams Presldent of Hlgh Honor Club Jack DuCharme Mlss Pres cott Enghsh teacher Sally Coorough Mrs Mooney Chauncys mother Jean Panka Mlss H1gg1ns a teacher Donna Foster Roxanne Tower edltor of hlgh school paper Jean Krxeg Audrey Nel son a school g1rl Janet Scheckel J C Roberts father of Georgla Belle Roberts Gene Gokey Mr Garfield prlncxpal of Oakvllle Hlgh School Davld Gratz Mxss Davis ofhce secretary Madonna M81St9F Miss Thorndyke a chalrman of Young Amerlcas Mag3Z1H6 Autobiography contest Beatr1ce H111 NBC Announcer Roger Bedward Llfe photographer Roland Severson The settlng of thlg play took place IH the prxnclpals oflice of Oakvllle Hlgh School The plot was a story of typlcal hlgh school students The Sen1or Class Play One Foot In Heay en was presented on March 27 and 28 under the dlrectlon of Mr Harold Rasmussen drama coach Florence Blum was student dlrector The leadlng characters of the three act narrat1ve were Rev Wllllam Spence a m1n1ster and Mrs Spence hls vufe whlch were played by Eldon Schm1dtgall and Janet McCloskey The1r son Hart zell and daughter E1leen were played by Bruce Dlllman and Lorralne Ofstun Other members of the cast were D1 Romer a good friend Larry Mayel Marla a pretty M9X1C3H g1rl E1leen Crowley Loulse a pretty mlss Mary Lucas Molly a Crusader Joan M9lSteF Ronny her brother John Glynn Letty a pest Arlayne Gaulke Mrs Sandowx a proud woman Susan Kleser Mrs Dlg by a cho1r slnger Arlyne Forbes Geor gle her son Don Elllott Mrs Cam brldge church worker Joanne Jambura Mrs Jelllson church worker Sally Lech tenberg Mayor Cooper a man of 60 Nell Gmsterblum Blshop Sherwood just man Don Novey Rev Fraser Spence Prologue and Narratlon Don Stelner The narratlon of One Foot ln Heay en took place IH the llttle town of Lake town Iowa at the home of Laketown s new m1n1ster The play was well recely ed and a complete success The back ground and costummg were typlcal of the early nlneteen hundreds -X STAGE CREW I ' ,, - ' , xc , r as 11 , 77 V 1 ' 1 1 V . . 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A- P 1- hm' .1 ff? - ,fff f , .1 V I ,- ' Y 1 i ' . 7 Back row Bruce Dlllman Raymond Rogers Bernnd G1bbS D1nnySm1c1na Ron ald Ph1111pp Robert Allen 046054664 cu r tu 111111 Ion s To take the speech of someone else memorlze It and enter wholeheartedly 1nto ltS purpose and sp1r1t IS not as slmple as would appear on the surface Th1s was the task that 37 students from Boscobel St Marys Camplon and Pra1 r1e Hxgh School had confrontlng then 1n a forenslc contest March 20 The contestants from Pralrle Hlgh School were as follows lNonOr1g1nal Oratory Eldon Schmldtgall and Gm en Dru yor Humorous Declamatlon Bem nard Walz and Jeann1e Krleg Dramatic Declamatlon Jeannette Valley Sally 'NIcFarlane Marlene Loney and Delor1s Schmldtgall Or1g1nal Oratory Ph1ll1p Enke The p1ogram was concluded wlth fa lunch of tea and crumpets seued fo the contestants 1udges coaches and all who actnely took part 1n the League Contests The follow mg IQCQIX ed -X s and acl x anced to the s9Ctl0I13lITlQ9t1Hg at Pl ltte x1lle Aprll 1 Gvt en Dru xox Tual of Caldlnal Mlndszenty Je 1nn1c Ixlleg Jun1o1 s P 11st Shaxe Jeannete N lllex Nlaly hlmlbeth Sally Nlcl' ul inc Llttle Black Boys and Phllllp lnnke Commumsm P10111 1 Ifarm Fox s X lexx po1nt At the Plattevllle meet Jeannette Val ley and Sally McFa1lane ICCCIX ed A s for the second tlme and qual1f1ed for the state finals held Aprll lo 1n Madlson 165 contestants partlclpated at Platte xllle and 53 of these recelxed A s At Mad1son Jeannette Valley 19C91X6d an A and Sally McFarlane recen ed a C The F If A organlzatlon of the Agn culture department have been actlwelx engaged 1n sponsorlng a speech contest each year The boys a1e requned to vwrlte thelr own speech relatlve to some agrlculture problem Thls vear Phllllp Enke vx on first place 1n the F F A speech contest he1e at school and second place ln the d1st11ct contest held at Muscocla Farm Boy s V19WpO1Ht Marks gnen ln the declamatlon contests range fxom A to C One of the outstxndlng speakels 1n h1gh school folenslcs p zrtlclpated 1n the P1a1r1e CllSt11Ct contest Camplon Isew sten of our ne1ghbor1ng hlgh school Camplon on Aprll 17 wx as declalecl sec ond pl zce vxlnner ln the N 1t1on1l Or 1to1 1cal Contest ln Phoemx Anmona '., l, . 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A F V V01 J 5 Em A94 Plum md Mld Wmtu Folmzl Rovlltw Semox 1110.11 The Cucus M016 Pengums An Old Flshmned Walk C1950 Promj X QXHLE T355 X ? pam paula I :lf il 1- --- .1.1- is ,141 : .- if u Na ,flf , xl , '- .-.-' - is if -- X -'I ' 1 if ' T A E . if ... -L xi-I .-I 2-. 7wzdaZZ 1 Mr Cecil Smlth IS Athletic Director and supervisor of the entlre athlet1c program In addition to th1s he IS football coach and directs lntramurals Mr Jack Mulrooney IS track coach and assistant coach in all sports Mrs Kathleen Ackerlund directs the glrls athletlc pro gram Wh1Ch mcludes physical educatlon and the Girls Athletic ASSOCI ation Mr Herman Deroum IS basketball and baseball coach and asslsts ln other sports FOOTBALL REVIEWS The Pra1r1e Blackhawks began the 1949 football season with a young and inexperienced team After dropplng the first three games by narrow margins they tasted victory by beating Dodgevllle 12 players began and in the final game five regulars did not see action On Tuesday October 25th ln a special meeting called by Coach Smith Bob Sheckler was elect ed captaln The Freshmen and Sopho more football team played a four game schedule under the dlrectlon of Mr Mul rooney They defeated Fennlmore 19 to 6 and lost to Lancaster 13 to 0 to Bos cobel 13 to 6 and to Camplon Junior vars ity 33 to 0 First Game at Fenmmore Prairie High dropped the opemng game of the 49 season at Fennlmore by a 13 6 score Inexperlence was quite evident ID the game .B Prairie Defeated ln First Conference Game Journeymg 80 miles the Blackhawks lost their second game of the season and their first conference game to a big Mt Horeb eleven 13 0 Pra1r1e played a good game though on the short end of the scoring Platteville 6, Prairie du Chien 0 In the first home game of the 49 sea son under the lights Prairie dropped their second conference encounter by a close 6 0 score Faherty of Platteville ran 90 yards on a quick opener to score the only touchdown of the game Prairie Battles for Flrst Victory After pushing across lts first touch down from the 3 yard hne ln the first half the Blackhawks took the second half kickoff and ran 72 yards to score what proved to be the winning touch down Th1s was a 12 to 6 win over Dodgevllle here October 14 6. Then a long list of injuries to key U 1 Mr Deroum Mr Mulrooney Mrs Ackerlund Mr Smith '47 'fm First row: Dick llonne-y, .lzlvk lJnL'h:n'xm-, .lim XYhil0. John Glynn, llrnvm- llilhnzin. .lon XV:-lsf-li, liolv Sheckler. .lim Reilly, llairold Thompson, Rod llonnf-y. Second row: Coacli Smith, lionnit- DllCllill'IllQ, Ronnie Craig, Allen Grzmp, In-0 Mc-Ginli-y, lloh Klll'ill'lliii'l'k6I', Don Kzilinn, l'hil LaBonne, Roger Steiner, Dave l-'ole-y, lid XYhite. Third row: llivk lilliott, Daniel Snircinzi. Paul McGinley, Dick Stark, Duane Rudloff, Bill KVM-liti-i', .luck llenish, Ronnie llzidloff, l':ull Lake, Eugene Fanello. Fourth row: Coach Mulrooney, Ronnie- Dohse, Ted Steiner, Dir-k Lanke. Ronnie Mindhani, Jun Kieser, John Dyrud, Louis Dohsi-, lion .i2lIllillll'2l, Allen Lunke, Coach Derouin. Homecoming Game Dropped to Lancaster Before a good sized homecoming crowd the Prairie Hawks fell to Lan- caster 26-0. The big Lancaster team held its second place position in its battle with Darlington for the conference championship. On the second play of the game, Lancaster completed a 60 yard pass play to get out in front and there- after was never in danger. Prairie at Cuba City Traveling south to Cuba City, the Prai- rie Blackhawks played a poor game and fell before the Cubans 13-0. Injuries be- gan to appear at this halfway mark of the season. Prairie invaded Darlington Stronghold On a warm Friday afternoon October 28, Prairie was unable to stop the Con- ference Champions at Darlington and fell by the big score of 51 to 0. Boscobel Wins Last Game Boscobel defeated Prairie Tuesday night, November 1, by a 33 to 6 margin at the Prairie ball park to close the foot- ball season. Five regulars missed the last game with injuries. Three Seniors, Capt. Bob Sheckler, Neil Ginsterblum and Jon Welsch played their last game for Prairie du Chien High School. Pruiie plans defense against Fennlmore 2,9-'50 SEASON Prairie Prairie Prairie Prairie Prairie Prairie Prairie Prairie Prairie Prairie Prairie Prairie Prairie Prairie Prairie Prairie Prairie Prairie Gays Mills Mineral Point Mt. Horeb Platteville Cuba City Dodgeville Lancaster Mineral Point Darlington Boscobel Mt Horeb Platteville Cuba City Dodgeville Lancaster Darlington Boscobel Fennimoie B0 cobel at Prairie tand Do G v t Robe t W R I t She kl etBo Rh Ge geK eted J e R lly Joh elG W lch D e Rod eyl The 1949 50 basketball season was a hectlc year for the Blackhawks as many close games were played Pfalfle won SIX and lost elght 1n the conference and won elght and lost ten dur1ng the entlre season Pralrxe started slowly and drop ped seven of the first nlne conference games but then plcked up to w1n four out of the last five The H1ghl1ghts of the season took place away from home Pralrle knocked Dodgevllle out of first place 40 to 38 on Frlday February 3 and the followmg Monday beat second place Lancaster 1n three overtlme perlods 49 to 48 FIVE Senlors and two Junlors earn ed the1r letters They were Bob Sheck ler John Glynn Jon Welsch Nell Gln sterblum Don Stelner Rod Bonney and J1m Rellly A march of dlmeS benefit game whlch concluded the regular season was played February 22 between Fenn1more and Pra1r1e for the lnfantlle paralysls fund whlch was won by Fenn1more 39 to 33 In the first round of the Reglonal Tournament at Plattev1lle the Black hawks met Boscobel and fell before thelr up r1ver nelghbors 55 to 46 ln what was consldered a second upset Earller that evenlng Darllngton second last place team ln the league had beat the league leaders Plattev1lle 33 to 28 The cur tam was brought down on the basketball tournament when Plattev1lle sank Pram r1e 58 to 48 Jon Welsch ln a spec1al meetmg held at the end of the season was elected cap ta1n Rodney Bonney 9 Don Stelner Ne1l Gmsterblum Jon Welsch John Glynn Robert Sheckler James Rellly Albert Bouzek Robert Stluka Harold Valley Rlchard Bonney Wllllam Hamann 0 Key FG Fneld Goals FT Free Throws F Fouls TP Total Pomts S ing: nald 'raap, mgr., Da id Gra z, rt S luka, Villiam Hamann, o mer S c er, Alb r uzek, ic ard Bonney, or ozelka, mgr., Coach Derouin. S a : am s ei , nGlynn, N i insterblum, Jon 'e s , on St iner, n ionney, . ' ' - season in the consolation game at the ' ' ' , FG FT F 'rr . ' ' ' - . . . 78 39 68 1.5 ' . : - ' ..... 63 32 43 158 , , , ' ' . ' ' . . . 47 19 61 113 , ' , , ...... 49 15 65 113 ' ' . ...... 40 32 43 112 ' ' . . . 23 9 32 55 ' ..... 20 10 21 50 ' .... 4 2 0 10 ' ' ' ' ' . . . 0 0 0 0 ' ' , . . . . 0 0 1 0 ' ' . . . 0 0 1 0 ' - ' ' . . . 1 1 1 Rod, Neil, John On Monday night, April 17, the Ki- wanis Club entertained the basketball squad at a banquet at the Blue Heaven. Following the delicious turkey dinner, the A and B squads listened to a very fine talk by Reverend D. B. Coyne, Ath- letic Director of Loras College, who was the feature speaker. This was the sec- ond time the Kiwanis had entertained athletes. Last fall the football squad was also feted. May 8 the twentieth annual letter club banquet was held. Coach George Schlag- enhauf of River Falls State Teachers College was the main speaker. He is to be remembered as the coach of Nate Delong. Delong was the second high scorer in the country the past year and holds the national college scoring record Dick, Bill, Dave Wimp, Bob, Albert for four years of competition. The letter club banquet is an annual affair and has had as its speakers many of the famous coaches in the sporting world. Its pur- pose is to honor the letter winners in athletics and other members of the ath- letic teams. Final Conference Standings W L TP OP Platteville . . . . . 12 2 573 514 Mt. Horeb . . . . . 11 3 810 601 Lancaster .... . . 10 4 614 547 Dodgeville . . . . 10 4 595 519 Cuba City . . . . 8 6 515 463 Prairie du Chien . 6 8 565 578 Boscobel ..... . 5 9 518 619 Darlington . . . . 4 10 461 542 Fennimore . . . . 2 12 466 616 Mineral Point . . 2 12 464 582 Don, Jim, Jon Wamcwuemia Intramurals offer many boys the op portunlty to play organlzed ball whlch they would otherwlse mms The lntramural program whlch hlghllghted by the basketball league open to all boys except those on the A squad Teams are chosen and tW1C9 a Week durlng wlnter games are played These games are under the supervlslon of Mr Smlth and the A squad mem bers help oiflclate The league was composed of elght teams that played a SIX game schedule whlch was won by J1m Whltes team Members of Whlte s team lncluded Blll Zajlcek Mark Glynn Don Kallna Clar ence Welsch Leonard P1tzer JerrySte1n berg Don Jambura and Don Novey Jlm Whlte led the 1nd1v1dual scorers W1th 133 polnts and was closely follow ed by Ted Sheckler who made 127 Flnal standlngs were as follows Jlm Whlte Bob Benlsh Ronnle Cralg Ted Sheckler Jack DuCharme Bernard Gxbbs Wayne Koecke Harold Valley ad g X L lek eCag CoachS Se ted J e IL :fr The B squad IS the 1un1or varslty of PHS and conslsts of freshmen and sophomores who play the prellmlnary game before the A squad game Thev have a league of thelr own the South western WISCOHSIH Sophomore League and here ga1n valuable experlence for the years to come when they w1ll play on the blg team The Jumor varslty coached by Mr Smlth Included eleven freshmen and one sophomore and won 12 and lost 6 durlng the season In the conference they won 10 and lost 4 to earn second place Pralrle Opponent Gays M1lls Mlneral Polnt Mt Horeb Plattevllle Camplon Cuba Clty Lancaster Mlneral Polnt Darhngton Dodgevllle Mt Horeb Plattevllle Cuba Clty Lancaster Darhngton Boscobel Boscobel Gllyl Ht l s c e la ' ' , ' is . , ' ' , is ' , - , - , ' - - 20 ' 25 , , , 24 ' ' 16 1 1 1 . u . ' ' - 21 ' 27 i 24 ' 40 18 ' 21 ' ' ' L ' Q - W L 29 ' ' 27 , . 23 ' 11 Q 4 n o 7 0 ' ' ..... 4 2 31 , 18 ' ' . . 4 2 29 ' 36 . . . . 4 3 27 ' 24 i I 3 3 20 Dodgeville 19 . 28 15 . . . 2 4 30 . 26' . . . 1 5 28 I 23 . . . . 0 6 29 31 5' "' in 7 1 Hen anke. mgr., Leo Mc n 0 . Edward N ' 1i e, l'hi La llonne, llohert Kuchen- J c er, Ronni r i , mith, a : an Ki ser, Pau ake, Jack Iieni h, Fran .is May r, Don Jam nur . ezftez 66665 1 rst row lOl1ll 1 111 olext Nheckl 1 I1 k D111 hxrme cond row 11011111 1 ren I 11 1 Il my 1 IJIXI lo urth row H 1 111 1 1I4 111s Pl In a pep assembly held 1n tne gym cheerleaders were selected by the amount of applause they recened from the stu dent body Aftel careful conslderatlon -Xrlyne Forbes Shlrley Adams Elnora Ixoel Ted Sheckler and Mark Glynn were selected fox the 1949 1950 school N841 'lo 11111 1 m11o1 lcttel ind be 1 mem bex of the P1f1111e du Chlen Lettel Club a student must hue paltlclpated 1n one of the follovslng sports md competed the prope1 amount of tlme 1n each A footb 1ll lcttcl 1s errned bu plaung 1n titty per cent of the l1L1l1t6lS duung the season SlXtL6ll pe1 cent of the total m1nutes1s requ1red for a lette1 1n basket ball Track requuements demand at least a fou1th place IH a confel ence meet or that ten polnts be euned du11ng the year Baseb 1ll lettus ue eu ned bx pl lung sexentg. pu cent of 1ll the 1n nlngs In Februaly a meetmg of the Letter Club was called 101 the DUIDOSG of elect mg officers for 1950 and votlng on new members The othcels elected vvele Jon Welsch presldent Jlm Rellly uce presl dent 1nd Bruce D1llman secxetary treasurer Members of the Letter Club vsere made up of exght senlors SIX Jun lors one sophomore and two freshmen Under then' leadershlp pep rallxes 11 ere conducted before each game The cheerleaders traveled to all out of tovsn contests Several nevs cheers vsere also added thlS year The cheerleadels wel e capably dlrect ed by Mrs Ackerlund and MISS Johnson l 1 ' 1' 1 1 ' 1 1 1 1 1 c c , c r ' 1 1 l 1. Y . 1 c ' , , , A- A1 2 v X , . ' ' , ' ' 1' 1 2 2 , , 1 'K1 Z lv 1 uv' . , 2 . .S . 1' I A 1 X Q K . v . . . . i w - 1 1 1 ' 1 1 . 1 1 I 1 Q ' 7 . t - .. x K V' c . 11' 2 "S 2 ' 2 ' V' 2 WY' K1 v v X u 2 . - 1 ' Y I ' Y yi 1 ' 1 1 w '- 1 1 . . V 1 h 1 11 v 1 c . 1 . . . . Y. - .. K V , ' 1 1 - , C x . 1 Y , - ' w 9 't Y ' Z. l.'111,R 11' 1' ' 1-', 114' I2 1. : 1- '1'z1i1.:, Iiol ' il 'l Q- lr"k01', lid VVh'te', 1 "d -' I1-y. Third row: Don Iiilllllll, .li111 XVl1ile, Jon XVt'lSl'll, Rodney I!o1111ey. : :1 -old 'l'll0llllJSOIl, Iirum- Dill Zlll, .l:11111-S Helly, N4-' 3' ,t. '- I u , , . . . 1 , 1 . Y N , K . '. ' c 1 , . V S ' 7 1 l v 4 1 . 1 1 1 , 1 , 1 . ' 1 11 1 1 . - 1 1 t 1 , . ' s1 1 1 ' 1 1 K ' ' Q 14 14 Zia! Wfemdefza Top row: Mary lfish, .loan Strauman. Janet McCloskey, Dianne Dauglterty, Joan You Ruden, Shirley .Xml l'olodna, liur-illu Iioliertson, Donna Sc-lileminn-r, Kay Nogglo, Donna Sl. .l:ic'qii4-, Sally Mel-'arlane, XYhite. liuanv Marso, 1':lll'Il NYard, Dorothy H4-ilmami. Fifth row: Sylvia Fe-iwietlt-, Marita Otto, Lorraine .li-an 1'anka, 111-loris Sl'1lIll1f1U.f?l11, Sally Cooi'oui.:1i, Ilomia 'I'ippv1'y, Jvannettf- Valley, 1'lln0i'a Koel, lflsthel' 1 Ile-tty 1'itzs-r. .loan 1'itz4-r, Gerzilfliiie Geisler, .laiiivv Opp reivlit, Donna livlz, .loamw .15l1ll1lllI'2l. Fourth row Heed, .10.X1lll17XY1j.Z'1ll, 4lvi'triicle Shawley, Shirley Snevvrsoii, llolorvs lil'1lll14'1', .ln-an Iieise-V, 151-tty lined, Sf'1l!'C'kl'1, Itlilda 1'as'zynski, Niildrt-dIN1aye1', lflili-1-in Crowley, Susan Kit-sm-V, Oduau Kranis-r, Carolyn Third row: Jaiiim- Shulka, Shirley Adams, Victoria 1'i'iliyl, l,lu'i1le1!ym-rs. Phyllis May, 1'alrivi:i Smoye-1 lfostvr. flwt-n1Jru'yoi', Maxim-XYvlsr'1i, liolu-rta1'ia-roy, 1'atsy1!ai11-y, .loyvv Allison, Ai'lylu'1"o1'lves, .Ivanm Second row: Kathryn '1'allm:ulg'o. Mai't-ella lim-war, Lorna l.arsoh, Mary 130114-mn-V, 1!v:itric's- Hill, lie-tty lu llodenkirvk, Norma Adm-y, .loan 1,1-1-hnir, 1-'lm'4-m'4- lllum, lloris Rogers. Bottom row: Dolort-s,1-'r1x, .luyrw-1310 Ho-lvn lledwarfl, 11+-la llrodt, Auflri-y A cfs The Girls' Athletic Association, an ac- tive athletic group which meets twice a week after school on Tuesdays and Thurs- days, was organized under the leadership of Mrs. Kathleen Ackerlund, physical edu- cation teacher. The officers of the club were: Joan Von Ruden, presidentg Janet McCloskey, vice- presidentg Mary Bodamer, secretaryg and Betty Rodenkirck, point-secretary. The girls receive points for their partici- pation in sports and for playing on teams. Eight hundred points are needed to earn an emblem and a thousand points for a letter. The girls participate in the follow- ing activities throughout the year: kick- ball, volleyball, basketball, hiking, badmin- ton, ping pong, tumbling, bowling, and soft- ball. Kneeling: Donna Betz, Betty Jean Roden- kirck, Arlyne Forbes, Janet McCloskey. Standing: Luane Marso, Marita Otto, Flor- ence Blum, Joanne Jambura, Marcella Becwar. wwf 4 M ,.i 4 s I J ' 1 fx 1 1- ziqifzt 5, A t aa f.., , ,K u 'Y Y . My AA -' EUGENE JOHN ACKERMAW General course M1xed Chorus 4 AUDREY ROSE ALLEN Enteled from Wauzekw 4 Genelal Coulse MIXGG Cholus 4 GAA 4 HELEN MAE BEDVVARD General Course G1rls C orus 1 GAA 3 4 FHA 1 Pra1r1e g Tales 4 Pra1r1e Dog 4 DONNA JEAN BETZ HONOR STUDENT Gen eral Course G1rls Chorus 1 2 'S 4 Mlxed Chorus B 2 3 4 Treas 3 Secy 4 Lam Club 2 3 4 Student Counc1l Secy 4 Class Secy 3 Class Play 3 GAA 1 2 3 4 Head of Volley ball 4 Office G1rl 4 Homecomlng Attendant 4 Debate Club 2 FLORENCE MARY BLUM Commerc1al Course GAA 1 2 3 4 Head of Plng Pong and Badmln ton 4 FHA 1 2 3 4 Lat1n Club 1 Class Play Student D11ector 4 Ohice G1rl 4 Band 3 4 LUCILLE MARGARET BYERS General Course MIX d Cholus 2 G1rls Chorus 3 GAA l 2 3 4 FHA 2 Pra1r1e Dog Tales 4 Pra1r1e Dog 4 EILEEN MARY CROWLEY Enteled from Seneca 3 General Coulse M1xed Cholus 3 GAA 3 4 Class Play 3 4 FHA 3 4 BRUCE ALLEN DILLMAN General Course Foot ball 2 3 4 Baseball 2 3 Lat1n Club 4 Class Play 3 4 Stage Crew 3 4 Projector Operator SYLVIA LEE FERNETTE General Course G A A 2 Class Secretary Treasurer 1 L1brar1an 1 2 Cheerleader 2 Student COUHC11 2 ARLYNE LAURAYNE FORBES HONOR STU DENT General Course M1xed Chorus 2 3 4 G1rs Chorus 2 3 4 GAA 12 3 4 Head of Basketball 4 Class Play 3 4 FHA 2 3 Ofiice G1rl 4 Cheerleader 2 3 4 L1br r1an 1 2 3 Lat1n Club 2 3 4 Forenslcs 2 ARLAYNE MARIE GAULKE General Course M1xed Chorus 1 2 3 4 G1rls Chorus 1 2 3 4 GAA 1 FHA 2 4 Class Play 4 L1brar1an 1 2 3 4 Pep Club 2 NEIL BLAZE GINSTERBLUM Entered from Camplon 2 General Course Class V1ce Pres1dent 2 Class Presxdent 3 Prom K1ng 3 Student Coun c1l 3 Class Play, 3 4, Track 2 3 4 Football 2 3 4 Baseball 2 3 4 Basketball 2 3 4 MIXCG Chorus 3 4 Pep Club 2 Lat1n Club 3 4 Letter C ub 2 3 4 JOHN LLOYD GLYNN Entered from Lancaster 4 General Course, M1X6d Chorus 4, Basketball, 4 Football 4 Baseball 4 Track 4 Lat1n Club 4 Band 4 Class Play 4 M1d Wmter Formal Kmg 4 Class Presldent 4 Student Counc1l 4 Pra1r1e Dog Tales 4 Pra1r1e Dog 4 DOROTHY MAE HEILMANN Entered from Mt Hope 3 General Course G1rls Chorus 3 4 GAA 4 FHA 3 4 Pep Club 3 Pra1r1e Dog Tales 4 Pra1r1eDog 4 ARNOLD CLEMENT HENRY-General Course, FFA 2 3 4 Class Play 3 141 s JOANNE LEE JAMBURA General Course G1rls Chorus 2 3 GAA 1 2 3 4 Head of H1k1ng 4 Class Play 3 4 QU16tChllStmaS Play 2 FHA 2 3 Office G1rl 4 Pranle Dog Tales Bus Managex 4 Pra1r1e Dog 4 Cheerleader 2 Llbrarlan 1 2 3 Student Counc1l Representatwe SUSAN KAY KIESER HONOR STUDENT Gen eral Coulse Lat1n Club 1 2 3 4 Class Play 3 4 A 1 2 3 4 Pep Club 1 2 Ollice G1rl P1a1r1e Dog Tales 4 Pra1r1e Dog 4 ROBERT JOHN KONICHEK General Course Football 2 3 Letter Club 3 4 Track 3 Pra1r1e Dog Tales 4 Pra1r1e Dog 4 DOLORES LARAIlNE KRAMER HONOR STU DENT Entered from Wauzeka 4 General Course G11ls Chorus 4 M1xed Chorus 4 GAA 4 Plalfle Dog Tales 4 Pra1r1e Dog Art Ed1to1 4 CARRIE EVELYN LANGFORD HONOR STU DENT Commerc1alCourse Llbrarlan 2 Pep Club 2 Student Counc1l 3 LORNA MAE LARSON General Course G1rls Chorus 2 4 M1xed Chorus 2 3 GAA 1 2 3 4 FHA 3 4 Homecorrung Queen 4 Pra1r1e Dog Tales 4 Pfalfle Dog 4 LORETTA MAE LECHNIR General Course Guls Chorus 2 3 4 M1xed Chorus 2 3 FHA 2 3 Pep Club 3 Pra1r1e Dog Tales 4 Pra1r1e Dog 4 SALLY JANE LECHTENBERG Entered from St Marys 2 Commerclal Course FHA 2 3 M1d Operator 3 4 Ofiice G1rl 4 Class VICE Presxdent MARY ELIZABETH LUCAS Commerclal Course Lxbranan 1 2 FHA 2 Class Play 3 4 Home commg Attendant 4 Pra1r1e Dog Tales Exchange Edxtor 4 Pra1r1e Dog 4 Student Counc1l 4 G A 1 JANET ARLENE McCLOSKEY HONOR STU DENT General Course G1rls Chorus 1 2 3 4 M1Xed Chorus 1 2 3 4 Band 1 2 3 4 Pres 4 GAA 1 2 3 4 V1ce Pres 4 Head ofBowl1ng 4 Lat1n Club 1 2 3 4 Sematxcs Club 3 Class Play 3 4 Forensxcs 2 Debate Club 2 School Orchestra 3 Office G1rl 4 Pra1r1e Dog Tales Edltor 4 Pra1r1e Dog 4 Pep Club 2 Homecomxng Cha1r man 3 EILEEN CATHERINE McFARLAND General Course M1xed Chorus 1 2 GAA 1 Pra1 Dog Tales 4 Pra1r1e Dog 4 PATRICK LAVERNE McKILLIP-Genex al Cou1 se Class Play 3 Stage Crew 1, 2 3 4 LUANE HELEN MARSO HONOR STUDENT Commerclal Course M1xed Chorus 1 FHA 1 2 Llbrarlan 1 Pep Club 2 Office Gxrl 4 GAA 1 2 3 4 Head of Softball 4 Pra1r1e Dog Tales 4 P1 a1r1e Dog Edltor 4 LAWRENCE ANTHONY MAYER HONOR STU DENT Entered from Seneca 4 General Course Class Play 4 M1xed Chorus 4 Manager 4 Pra1r1e Dog Tales 4 Pra1r1e Dog 4 o ' 1 . 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