Stoughton High School - Yahara Yearbook (Stoughton, WI)

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Since desk tops have a tale to tell, we have chosen them for the theme of your 1954 Yahara. We hope that this device will aid in bringing back memories of your days at S.H.S. STOUGHTON HIGH SCHOOL STOUGHTON, WISCONSINIn the fall of 1949, Mr. Wayne Shumate accepted the position of American History teacher in Stoughton High School. Along with his teaching duties, he coached boxing and baseball, and was assistant coach for football and basketball. Though we miss Mr. Shumate in our school, we wantto wish him success in his new position. Thus we take pleasure in dedicating our 1954 Yahara to Mr. Wayne Shumate. 2MR. MOLDENHAUER COUNCILS The school has three governing organizations, Student Council, Youth Council and the Athletic Board. Student Council, advised by Mr. Gibbon, is made up of the vice president of each club and two representatives from each class. The officers this year were: Beverly Johnson, president; Barbara Olson, vice president; Jackie Wright, secretary; and Gail Grieg, treasurer. This year Student Council sponsored the Homecoming events, planned assemblies , made basketball programs and investigated certain projects, such as, student recognition. The Youth Council under the direction of Mr. Brandt, made the recreational plans for this year. Their main job was to keep the Youth Center open on Saturday nights. An old-time Halloween dance, a Christmas dance, and the annual Twirp Season were among the activities sponsored by Youth Council. Officers were: Marlene Skaar, president; Eddie Siels.vice president; Sylvia Dahl, treasurer; and Karen Cook, secretary. The Athletic Board is made up of two representatives from each class. Among the jobs of the Athletic Board one was to okay the cheerleaders uniforms and the letters for sports. The officers chosen were: Ken Kluever, president; Dave Zemke, vice president; Doreen McKercher, secretary and treasurer. Left to Right: W. R. Marquart, Mrs. O. A. Eggleson, M. F. Stelzer, Dr. A. T. Smedal, Dr. F. B. Henderson, A. Holtan, O. T. Asleson. 4Row 1: M. Hawkinson, Mr. Brejecha, D. McKercher, Miss Reek. A. Davis, K. Kluever. Row 2: D. Zem-ke, D. Hoverson, Mr. Rei-ghard, Mr. Holm. Mr. Matthias, R. Nelson. Row 1: M Skaar, S. Harried, J. Ehle, B. Johnson, A. Sveum, M. Onsrud, Mr. Gibbon. Row 2: D. Mc- Kercher, L. Broughton, D. Olson, J. Johnansen.J. Wright, M. Solheim, B. Olson. G. Grieg. Row 3: M. Thomas, E. Seils, D. Zemke, T. Holtan, A. Onc-ken, K. Kuehni, B. Heydon. Row 1: A. Mjelde, S. Dahl, J. Burlingame, N. Swenson, S. Straavaldson, L. Veum, L. Utter, J. Ehle, C. Gunsolus, B. Highland, M. Nelson. Row 2: K. Gus- loff, A. Bjoin, D. Cook, S. Hough, J. Scheldrup, J. Koch, L. Lockwood, M. Kirby, P. Aaberg, J. Grete-beck, A. Iverson. Row 3: M. Johnson, A. Johnson, M. Brickson, J. Wethal, M. Skaar, A. Quam, L. Weston, M. Smedal, G. Wene, B. Olson, D. Keenan. Row 4; B. Wersland, A. Brede-son, E. Seils, F. Peterson, P. Oren, D. Radecki, E. Sperloen, J. Amundson, B. Paulson. YOUTH COUNCIL - 5FACULTY MISS ANDERSON "Sitting In The Sun Counting My Money" Bookkeeping, Typing, Shorthand MISS BENSON "The Roving Kind" Advanced Math., Algebra, Geometry MR. DAVIDSON "Re-enlistment Blues" Visual Aids, Chemistry, Physics MR. DOERING "Nature Boy" Agriculture MISS ELLIKER "Stay Well School Nurse MR. GIBBON "Bill" Citizenship MISS GLOCKE "It's In The Book" English, Library 6 MR. HARRIS "At The End Of A Long, Long Day" Social ProblemsMR. HOLM "Sound Off" Physical Education MR. HOMME "Woody Woodpecker Song" Woodwork MRS. PIEPER "The Old Master Painter" Art MRS. QUAM "Too Late Now" Principal’s Secretary MISS REEK "Jeanne With The Light Brown Hair-Physical Education MR. REIGHHARD "Blacksmith Blues" Machine Shop 7MR. RISTEEN "Vaya Con MRS. ROBERTSON "The Dios"; English. Spanish. Secretary Song"; Superintendent's Secretary. MRS. RUMPEL "Te Amo"; Latin, English. MR. SCHEFELKER "Forget. Could 1 Ever Forget"; Vocational Department. MRS. SMITH "Here Comes The Bride”; English, Speech. MISS STROMMEN "Music, Music, Music"; A Cap-pella. MR. THIEL "Newsboy MRS. THOMPSON "Home Blues”; English, Publi- Cookin'"; Home Eco- cations. nomics. MRS. VAN EGEREN "Skirts"; Home Economics. 8J U N loRS PRES-- 6 o0 WeRSlR d V(CE-PReS - P PRREL HflU6E Sec.- Carmen Hfluey r RtRS.- PtOREIOCe hnLy . OMORES V c%S « SmN5 € 5S?: ’?«•- .«» •« icnb«x r« E RRX HER Vl-SENIORS CORRINE ALSMO "Dear LittleGirl" Parrot 4; G.A.A. 1,2,3,4; Philo 3,4. RUTH AMACHER "Until GLADYS ANDERSON "All Through the Night" A Cap-pella 3,4; G.A.A. 1,2,3. JOANN ANDERSON "Cheating Heart" Class Play Committee 3; Prom Committee 3; Youth Council 1,2,3; Parrot 1,2; G.A.A. 1,2,3,4. PAUL BITTER "I'm Bashful-Prom Committee 3; Usher's Club 2; Intramurals 1,2,4; S Club 2,3,4; Football 1,2,3, Letterman 2,3; Basketball 2, 3, Letterman 2; Baseball 2, 3,4, Letterman 2. JO ANN BRANDT "Slender, Tender and Tall" A Cap-pella3; Class Play Committee 3; Prom Committee 3; Parrot 4; G.A.A. 2,3,4; F.H. A. 4; Transferred from Fort Atkinson 1. MARILYN BRICKSON "Drifting and Dreaming" Band 1,2,3,4;Prom Committee 3; Youth Council 3,4; Y-Teens 2; G.A.A. 1,2,3,4; Philo 3; F.H. A. 2. BEVERLY BRUNT "Gentleman Prefer Blondes" Band l,2,3,4;ClassPlays3; Forensics 1,2,3; Prom Committee 3; Youth Council 3; Yahara 4; Y-Teens 1,2; G.A.A. 1,2, 3,4; Philo 3; Parrot 4. L THAYNE ANDERSON "Do I Worry" Prom Committee 3; Not Pictured Football 1. HOWARD CLEMENS "Slow-Not Pictured ly"FRANK BURGER "Bachelor’s Song" Class Plays 3; Prom Committee3; Intramurals 2-4; Basketball 2, Letterman 2; Tennis 1,2,3,4, Letterman 3,4. HELEN BURGOYNE "My Favorite Blonde" Class Play Committee 3; Parrot 1-3; G. A. A. 2,3,4; Philo 4. JOYCE COOK "Till We Meet Again". BARBARA CRAWFORD "He’s My Guy" Band 1,2,3; Student Council 2; G.A.A. 1,2, 3. DELBERT DAHL "Slipping Around" Prom Committee 3; F.F.A. 2,3,4; Boxing 2,3; S Club 3.4; Football 2,3,4, Letterman 3,4. BRUCE DOANE "Gone Fishing" Boxing 2; Intramurals ARNE DULLUM "Country Style" Band 1,2,3,4; Boxing 2,3; Football 2. ROBERT EDDINGSAAS "Happy Times" Band 1,2,3, 4; Class Play 3; Prom Committee 3; Football 1,2; Baseball 1,2,3,4. PATSY ANN EDWARDS "I Cross My Fingers" Class Of-ficer-Treas. 3; Class Plays 3; Prom Committee 3; Yahara 4; Page Editor, Parrot 4; G. A.A. 1,2,3,4; F.H.A. 2. GENE EHLE "You Can't Make Money Dreaming" Class Play Committee 3; Yahara 3; Parrot 3,4; Track 1; Intramurals 1,2,3,4; Football 1; Tennis 2,3,4; Baseball 4.RALPH GULLICKSON "Ac- 1 cidents Will Happen"; Class Plays 3; Prom Committee 3; :; Usher's Club 2; Intramurals 2,3; S. Club 2,3,4; Track 3.4; Letterman 3. WAYNE GUNDERSON "Hoop Dee Doo"; Intramurals 3,4; Basketball 1,2; Track 1. ARNOLD HALVERSON "Enjoy Yourself"; Prom Committee 3, Football 1-2-4. JUDY HAVEY "Why Can’t I Behave"; Band 1,2,3,4; Class Play Committee 3; Prom Committee 3; Student Council l-3;Class Officer 1; Ya-hara 1,2,3,4; Editor 4; Parrot 4; Y-Teens 1; G.A.A. 1,2,3, 4; Philo 2,3,4. MARVIN HAWKINSON "You Call Everybody Darling"; Class Plays 3; Youth Council 1-2-4; Class Officer 1,2,3; F.F.A. 3,4, Officer, Usher's Club 2; Boxing 1,2,3; Intra-murals 2,3,4; S Club 2,3,4; Football 1,2,3,4; Letterman 2,3,4; Basketball 1; Baseball 1,2,3,4; Letterman 1,2,3,4; Athletic Board 4. JOAN GUNSOLUS "Teigen Rag"; A Cappella 3,4; Prom Committee 3. HOWARD GYLAND "Lazus Trombone"; Band 1,2,3,4; F.F.A. 1,2. CHARLES HARDWICK "Charlie My Boy”; Class Play Committee 3; Prom Committee 3; Boxing 3. SHARRON HAVEY "Dark Eyes"; Band 3,4; Class Play Committee 3; Prom Queen 3; Prom Committee 3; Youth Council3; Y-Teens 1; G.A.A. 1,2,3,4; F.H.A. 1-2-4; Club Reporter 4; Art Club 1. JEAN HELLY "So This Is Love"; G.A.A. 1,2,3,4.BLENNER HOFFMAN "Without A Song"; A Cappella 1, 2,3; Band 1,2,3,4; Student Council 4. SONJA HOMME "Clarinet Polka"; Band 1,2,3,4; Prom Committee 3; Yahara 4; Parrot 2,3,4; Y-Teens 1,2; G.A.A. 1,2,3.4; Philo 3,4. DEAN HORNER "Ancher Aweigh"; Band 1,2,3,4; Red Cross 1,2; Transferred from Blanchardville 1. ANN IVERSON "A Mighty Pretty Waltz"; Band 3,4; Class Play Committee 3; Prom Committee 3; Youth Council 3,4; Y-Teens 2; G.A.A. 1,2,3.4; F.H.A. Sec. 2. PETER JARVIS "I Got The World On A String"; Class Plays 3; Prom Committee 3; Student Council 2; Youth Council 1,2; Class Officer 1; Parrot 1; SClub 2,3,4; Football 1,2,3,4; Letterman 3,4; Basketball 1,2,3,4; Letter-man 3,4; Tennis 1,2.3; Letterman 1,2,3. CURTISS HOFFMAN "A Guy Is A Guy"; Student Council 1; Class Officer 1-4; Usher's Club 2; Boxing 1; S Club 2, 3,4; Football 1,2,3,4; Letter-man 2,3,4; Basketball 1; Track 1,2. THOMAS HOOKER "Tom's Tune"; Band 1,2,3,4; Class Plays 3; Intramurals 3; Track 1,2,3,4; Letterman 3,4. PATRICIA HVAM "Diamonds Are A Girl's Best Friend"; Band 2,3,4; Class Play Committee 3; Prom Committee 3; Student Council 1-3; Youth Council 1,2,3; Yahara 4; Y-Teens 1-2; G.A.A. 1.2,3,4; Parrot 4. ROBERT IVERSON "I Never Had A Worry In The World"; Prom Committee 3. BEVERLY JOHNSON "Personality"; Class Plays 3; Prom Committee 3; Student Council 2,3,4; Sec. 2; Vice Pres. 3; Pres. 4; Parrot Headline Ed. 4; Y-Teens 2; G.A.A. 1, 2,3,4; Treas. 3; Pres. 4; Philo 3,4; Cheerleaders 1,2,3,4; Yahara 4.FRANCES JOINT "So Tired" Band 2,3,4; ClassPiay Comm. 3; Forensics 2; Prom Committee 3; Youth Council 3; Y-Teens 1; G.A.A. 1, 2,3,4; Philo 3; Art Club 2. NANCY JULSETH "Sleepy Time Gal" A Cappella 3,4; Y-Teens 1; G.A.A. 1,2,3. JAMES KARRAS JR. "After Graduation Day" Class Play Committee 3; Prom Committee 3; Track 3, Letter-man 3. LAUREEN KLONGLAND "Chatterbox" Band 1,2,3,4; Class Play Comm. 3; Prom Committee 3; Yahara 3,4; Business Manager, Parrot 2, 3,4; Business Manager, Y-Teens 2; G.A.A. 1,2,3,4; Philo 3.4. KENNETH KLUEVER "I Didn't Slip, I Wasn't Pushed, I Fell" Prom Committee 3; Football 1; Basketball 1,2,3, Letterman 3; Track 1; Baseball 2; Athletic Board 4; Pres. 4. JOANNE KOCH "I Love Life" Band 1,2,3,4; Class Play Comm. 3; Prom Committee 3; Youth Council 2, 3,4; Y-Teens 1,2; G.A.A. 1. 2,3,4; Philo 3. KENNETH KUEHNI "I'm In Love" Class Plays 3; Prom Comm. 3; Student Council 2,3,4;Parrot 3; F.F.A. 1,2,3, 4, Vice Pres. 4; S Club 2,3, 4; Football 1,2,3,4, Letter-man 2,3,4; Basketball 1,2,3, 4, Lettetman 3,4; Track 1-3; Baseball 2,3,4, Letterman 2, 3,4. WAYNE LARSEN "Absence Makes The Heart Grow Fonder" Prom Comm. 3; Student Council 1-3; Class Officer 2; F.F.A. 1,2,3; Ushers Club 2; Boxing 1; Intramurals 1,2; S Club 2,3,4; Football 2,3,4, Letterman 2, 3. KATHLEEN LINDERUD "Ain't We Got Fun" Y-Teens 1; G.A.A. 1,2.3,4. ROSE ANN LOFTUS "Busybody" Class Plays 3, Class Play Comm. 3; Chairman of Prom Comm. 3; National Honor Society 3; Student Council 1;Class Officer 2-4, Treas. 2, Sec. 4; Yahara 2,3, 4; Y-Teens 2; G.A.A. 1,2,3, 4, Sec. 3, Pres. 4; Philo 3,4; F.H.A. 3,4; Art Club 1.DOREEN McKERCHER "Oh" A Cappella 2,3,4; Librarian 3; Vice Pres. 4; Band 1; Class Plays 3; Student Council 4; Parrot 3,4; Y-Teens 2; G.A. A. 1,2,3,4; Philo 3.4; Athletic Board Sec. Treas. 4. ROBERT MILLER "A Fellow Needs A Girl" Class Play 3; Prom Committee 3; Youth Council 1,2; Intramurals 1; Track 1,2,3,4, Letterman 2, 3,4. ROBERT MOLL "Shy Guy-Boxing 3,4; Football 2; Basketball 1. ROBERT MURKVE "Melancholy" Prom Committee 3; Tennis 2,3,4, Letterman 2,3, 4; Photo Club 1. ROBERTA MURKVE "Smiles" Class Play Committee 3; Forensics 1; Y-Teens 1; F.H.A. 2-4. FREDERICK MOORE "For Every Man There's A Woman" Band 1,2,3,4; Class Play Comm. 3; Prom Comm. 3; Student Council 3; Intra-murals 1,2,3; Football 1,2; Basketball 1,2; Track 1,2,3, 4, Letterman 3,4. WAYNE NELSON "I Ain't Got A Worry In The World" Band 1,2,3; Class Play Committee 3; Prom Committee 3; Intramurals 1,2,3,4; S Club 3,4; Football 1,2,3,4, Letter-man 3,4; Basketball 1,2; Baseball 1,2,3,4, Letterman 2,3,4. DONNA NYGAARD "Faithful" Class Play Committee 3; Prom Comm. 3; Parrot 1, 2; Y-Teens 1; G.A.A. 1,2,3, 4; Philo 3. ROGER NYGAARD "Adventures Of The Thin Man" Ushers Club 3; Intramurals 1,2. FRANCES OBRECHT "Ain't Misbehavin'" G.A.A. 1,2.AUDREY ONCKEN "Some Enchanted Evening"; Band 3,4; Class Play Committee 3; Prom Committee 3; Student Council 4; Youth Council 2; Parrot 2,3,4; Ass't. Ed. 3,4; Y-Teens 1-2; G.A.A. 1,2,3. 4; Philo 3,4; F.H.A. 4. MARICA ONSRUD "Forgive Me, John"; Band 3,4; Class Play Committee 3; Prom Committee 3; Student Council 4; Youth Council 1,2; Class Officer Treas. 4; Parrot Chief Ed. 4; Page Ed. 3; Y-Teens Sec. 1; G.A.A. 1,2,3, 4; Philo 2,3; Treas. 3; F.H.A. 2,4; Vice Pres. 4; Treas. 2. PAUL PAULSON "Skaters Waltz"; Class Plays Committee 3; Prom Committee 3; Holder ot Spade 3; Intra-murals 3,4; Football 1,2; Basketball 1,2,3. ARLENE QUAM "Mad About The Boy"; Band 3,4; Class Committee 3; Prom Committee 3; Youth Council 3, 4; G.A.A. 1,2,3,4; F.H.A. 2. VINCENT RADECKI "Mr. Touchdown, SHS";Band 1,2, 3; Student Council 3; Youth Council 4; Class Officer Pres. 4; S Club 2,3,4; Pres. 4; Football 1,2,3,4; Letterman 2,3, 4; Basketball 1,2,3,4; Letter-man 2,3,4; Track 1,2,3,4; Letterman 1,2,3,4; Baseball 2,3; Letterman 2,3; Athletic Board 1,2,3. JOHN ONSRUD "Dear John"; F.F.A. 1,2,3,4; Pres. 4; Band 3.4. NANCY OTTESON "Just Couldn't Say Good Bye" Prom Committee 3; Y-Teens 1; G.A.A. 1,2,3,4; Philo 3,4; F.H.A. 2. JOHN PETERSON "Oh Johnny"; S Club 3,4; Boxing 1,2,3; Baseball 1,2,3,4; Letterman 3. JOYCEQUAMME "Nevertheless"; Transferred from East, Madison 4. JEANETTE SCHELDRUP "Beautiful Brown Eyes"; Band 2,3,4; Class Play Committee 3; Forensics 1,2; Prom Committee 3; Student Council 3,4; Yahara 3,4; Y-Teens 1; G.A.A. 1,2,3,4; Sec. 4; Philo 2.3,4.WILMA SCHLUETER "Love Letters”; A Cappella 3,4; Class Play Committee 3; Parrot 4; G.A.A. 1,2,3,4; Philo 4; F.H.A. 4. ROYAL SEVERIN "I'm Leaving My Troubles Behind”; Prom King 3; Prom Committee 3; Class Officer 3; Boxing 1,2,3; Intramurals 1, 2,3,4; S Club 2,3,4; Football 1,2,3,4; Letterman 2,3,4; Basketball 1,2,3; Letterman 3. MARLENE SKAAR ’’Give A Cheer”; Class Plays 3; Class Play Committee 3; Forensics 1,2,3,4; Prom Committee 3; Youth Council 3,4; Student Council 3,4; Y-Teens 1; G.A.A. 1,2,3,4; Philo 2,3,4; Vice Pres. 4; Cheerleaders 2.3,4. RONALD SPERLE ’’Smile, Smile, Smile”; Band 1,2,3,4; F.F.A. 2,3,4; DONALD SPILDE ’’A Wonderful Guy”; Prom Commit-te 3; F.F.A. 4; Pres. 4; Boxing 1,2,3; Intramurals 1. DON A VAN SEAMONSON "Don't Fence Me In”; Prom Committee 3; Youth Council 4; Intramurals 1,2,3,4. ROBERT SEVERSON ”At Sundown"; Class Play Committee 3; Prom Committee 3; F.F.A. 1,2,3,4; Boxing 3. SUZANNE SLINDE "Now Is The Hour"; A Cappella 2,3, 4; Band 1; Class Play Committee 3; Prom Committee 3; Y-Teens 1,2; G.A.A. 4. AUDREY SPLIDE "With A Song In My Heart”; A Cappella 2,3,4; Treas. 4; Class Play 3; Class Play Commute 3; Prom Committee 3 Chairmen; Yahara 4; Parrot 4; G.A.A. 1.2,3,4; Philo 3. ERMA STAFF "Stay As Sweet As You Are”; Band 1,2,3,4; Prom Committee 3; Youth Council 3; Parrot 3; G.A.A. 1,2,3; F.H.A. 1,2,4; Sec. 4.JAMES STAI "Music In The Air” ACappella 1,2,3,4, Pres. 4; Band 1,2,3,4; Class Play 3; Jr. Red Cross 3. DAVID SUNDBY "Enjoy Yourself" DONALD SWENSON "Wanderin’’ Boxing 3; S Club 3; Track 1. JOANNE TREMBLEY "Don’t Sweetheart Me" Class Play Committee 3; Prom Committees; G.A.A. 3,4; Transferred from St. Mary's Academy, Milwaukee 2. SHIRLEY VELAND "My Life's Desire" ACappella3,4; Class Play Committee 3; Forensics 1,2; PromCommittee 3; Par-rot4; G.A.A. 1,2,3; Red Cross 3,4. FLORENCE STANFORD "Outward Bound" A Cappella 3,4; PromCommittee 3; Parrot 4; G.A.A,3,4; F.T.A. 4. Transferred from Wisconsin Dells 3. ANN SVEUM "Sunny Side Of The Street" Class Play Committee 3; Prom Committee 3; National Honor Society 3; Student Council 4; Youth Council 2; Parrot 2,3,4, Bus. Man. 3, Assoc. Ed. 4; Y-Teens 1,2,3, Philo 3,4, Pres. 4; G.A.A. 1,2,3,4, Vice Pres. 4. DAVID TORGESON "Watching The Girls Go By" Band 2, 3,4; ClassCommittee 3; Prom Committee 3; Basketball 2; Intramurals 2,3,4;Transferred from Bethany Lutheran Mankato, Minn. 1. RICHARD VEDVIG "Show Me The Way To Go Home" Class Play Committee 3; Prom Committee 3; F.F.A. 3,4. WILLIAM VEUM "Free" Band 3,4; Class Play Committee 3; Prom Committee 3; Youth Council 1; Intramurals 1,2,3; S Club 3,4; Football 1.2,3.4; Letterman 3,4; Basketball 1, 2; Track 1,2; Baseball 1.ARLYN WAAG "Sunday Driving" F.F.A. 2.3,4. JANET WESTBY "I Love To Polka" A Cappella 4; Prom Committee 3; Parrot 3,4; G. A.A. 2,3,4; F.F.A. 3.4. YVONNE WILBERG "Dreamer's Holiday" Class Play Committee 3; Forensics 1; Prom Committee 3; Youth Council 3; Yahara 4; Parrot 2,3.4; Philo 3; F.H.A. 3,4. DOROTHY YOUNG "This Is The Moment" A Cappella 1, 2,3,4; Forensics 1; G.A.A. 1, 2,3; Philo 2,3,4. MARSHALL WAKE "Walking My Baby Back Home" Band 1,2,3,4; Class Committee 3; Intramurals 1; Track 2. JOANNE WETHAL "Lady Be Good" Band 1,2,3,4; Prom Committee 3; F.H.A. 2; G. A.A. 1,2,3,4. JACQUELYN WRIGHT "Sometime"Band 2,3,4; Class Play Committee 3; Prom Committee 3; National Honor Society 3; Student Council 4; Philo 2,3,4; Youth Council 3; Class Officer 3; Holder of Spoon 3; Y-Teens 1; G.A.A. 1,2,3,4. DAVID ZEMKE "The Work Song" Class Play 3; Prom Committee 3; Student Council 4; Parrot 3,4; F.F.A.2,3. 4, Treas. 4; Intramurals 1,2, 3,4; Football 3,4; Letterman 3,4; Basketball 3,4; Letter-man 3,4; Baseball2,3,4; Letterman 2,3,4; Athletic Board 4. 19SENIOR PROPHECY Hello there! This is Dave Zemke on Station SHS on Viking's Air Base at Stoughton, Wisconsin, recently made the capital of the Universe. Today June 7, 1994, the Senior Class of '54, is having a double celebration; their 40th class reunion, and the unanimous victory of Rose Ann Loftus.who has just been chosen the firstwoman president of the Universe, and the election of Ann Sveum as Vice President. The first arrival here today is Dave Torgeson.now running the Universal Taxi Service, (I'll take you from Here to Eternity), with his passengers, Mme. Laureen Klongland, famed instructor of "Space Ballet", accompanied by her pupils, Ken Kuehni, Arne Halverson, Howard Gyland, Howard Clemens, and Wayne Gunderson. They came early to practice a new dance step. The next rocket ship has just landed (this one from Jupiter), and Richard Ved-vig, David Sundby, Jackie Peterson, Delbert Dahl, and Wayne Larsen exit. They now own the Jupiter Jive House, where they sell their Jupiter Joy Juice. Wait! I hear loud voices and it sounds like it is Wayne Nelson, Peter Jarvis, and Paul Bitter arguing over a card game. Just like the good old days. Here come the entertainment for the day, provided by the Jive House; the two planeteers, Audrey Spilde and James Stai.with their accompanist, Corrine Alsmo and her space-accordion. I hope they brought along their new hit record, "Swingin From A Star." Doreen McKercher, professional comedian at the Jive House, is now proceeding from the rocket ship with Kathleen Linderud, hat check girl at the Jive House. In the distance I see Arne Dullum andArlyn Waag racing with comets and falling stars in their urami im plated jet mobiles. I sure hope they make it on time. Descending on Stoughton is a beautiful space ship, bearing the name "Moonlight Cruise." At the wheel, I see Paul Paulson, now co-partner with Nancy Ot-teson, proprietor of "Moonlight Inn" on the moon. Rumor has it that Marcia Onsurd and Curt Hoffman are still fighting over who can concoct the heaviest "moonshakes" at the Inn. Through the air comes the "flying basketball champs, "Hawk's Amazons." They are captain Audrey Oncken, Jean Helly, Arlene Quam, JoAnn Brandt, Gladys Anderson, and Florence Stanford. This all-girl team is coached, of course, lay none other than Marvin Hawkinson. Captain Royal Severin, Bob Iverson, Ronnie Vike, Bob Severson, and Thayne Anderson will be a trifle late today due to heavy traffic. They're the new space cadets, you know. The distinguished and dignified Frank Burger, brilliant inventor of the new space rocketthat women cannot drive, and sole occupant of Pluto, (he lives alone and likes it) is now descending from his rocket ship. From Uranus comes multi-millionaire Fred Moore, who owns, among numerous other investments, a factory which produces his well known assets to the movie industry, "The Morescope". Accompanying him, are Bill Veum, archictect, whose brilliant designing made Stoughton buildings so ultra-modern and Frances Obrect, girl wonder, who invented "Toothless Tooth Powder". Piloting this ship are Roger Nygaard, Charles Hardwick, Bob Moll, and Bruce Doane. Roaming among all these celebrities is Gene Ehle, covering the event for his newspaper, "The Daily Chronic." Ken Kluever, captain of Interplanetary Athletics, has just made his appearance at the air base. This time he is alone. 20The next rocket ship is owned by the well-known Pat Edwards, who made herself famous by designing a new and different space suit. Sharron Havey and Jeanette Scheldrup are here to model them for the crowd. Also with them are Marshall Wake and Robert "Boob" Miller, now owners of the "We Make 'Em Spacious Modeling School". Landing next at the base is a ship from Saturn bringing Pat Hvam, Frances Joint, Donna Nygaard, Helen Burgoyne, and Wilma Schulter. They are the discoverers of the "diamond" mine on Saturn. Arriving in their ship from Neptune, famous for its space resorts, are the King and Queen of the Aquacades, Duke Radecki and Marlene Skaar. It looks like someone has become seasick from the trip. The space-maids from Neptune, Nancy Julseth, Barbara Crawford, Suzanne Slinde , Yvonne Wilberg, and Joyce Quamme are frantically holding Ralph Gullickson's head who has become desperately ill. As always, he's surrounded by beautiful girls. Bob Eddingsaas rushes from his rocket ship which has just landed, to hurry over to Utica, to get a "supersonic permanent wave" at Madame Erma Staff's Masculine Beauty School. What happened to his waves? Donavan Seamonson, who now writes the "Dear Donavan Dix" column in the "Daily Chronic," whose most faithful correspondents are Ann Iverson and Sonja Homme, has arrived with Judy Havey, editor of the "How To Diet" section for over-weight woman. Zooming in on their twin rocket ships are Roberta and Robert Murkve from Earth's twin planet, Venus. It seems as though everyone is here, except JoAnn Wethal, Joanne Koch, Jackie Wright, Beverly Brunt, Joan Anderson, Marilyn Brickson, and Joan Trembly. Wait! I just received a message from the control tower at the base. It says that these girls send their regrets that they couldn't come, but they were having a party out on Mercury and they just couldn't get away. The last arrival is Beverly Johnson, queen of the universal cheerleaders, who had been giving last minute instructions to next year's yellers. As I walk back to the capital building, I hear the five-piece band, "The Moon-liters", Tom Hooker, Dean Horner, Ronnie Sperle, John Onsurd, and Blenner Hoffman blowing their lungs out. Also I see Donald Spilde and Don Swenson, practicing up for their boxing match this afternoon. They are both holders of fifty-four boxing titles. Chief Chef and plate scraper at the Jive House is now Jim Karras, who was borrowed to cook the meal for today, and waitresses Janet Westby, Shirly Veland, JoAnn Gunsolus, Dorothy Young, Joyce Cook, and Ruth Amacher. As all rush for the food, five tired people are glad the reunion is completed and hope none will forget the class of '54. Ann Sveum Rose Ann Loftus Dave Zemke Nancy Otteson Paul Paulson 21CLASS WILL Corrine Alsmo leaves first as her brothers and sisters did. Ruth Amacher leaves Esther the job of getting to school early. Gladys Anderson leaves-destination unknown. Joan Anderson leaves looking for last year's graduate. Thayne Anderson leaves some sleepy-eyed junior to nap in Soc. Problems class Paul Bitter leaves, but riot without Arlene. Joanne Brandt leaves her height to Rita if she'll accept it. Marilyn Brickson leaves to help Rod with the chores. Beverly Brunt leaves anyone a partly used bottle of peroxide. Frank Buerger leaves pushing his car to Cambridge. Helen Burgoyne leaves for an important "engagement". Howard Clemens leaves quietly. Joyce Cook leaves her seat on the Utica bus to Loretta Hanson. Barbara Crawford leaves to join Richard. Delbert Dahl leaves in his quiet, dignified way. Bruce Doane leaves Stoughton without a ping-pong pro. Arne Dullum leaves to join the Hill Billies band. Robert Eddingsaas leaves the "Unfinished Symphony" for Luther to complete. Pat Edwards leaves to give Whitewater a bad time. Gene Ehle leaves his sister all his old make-up cards. Ralph Gullickson leaves, ah girls, don't take it so hard. Joan Gunsolus takes off on roller skates. Wayne Gunderson leaves for Turner Hall to learn to old time dance. Howard Gyland leave as a trio Roger Nygaard to the hum of that Don Swenson "Pea Green Ford." Arnold Halverson leaves his wise-cracks to any "Junior Joker". Charles Hardwick leaves still looking for parts of his car. Judy Havey leaves her weight to Sue Hough. Sharron Havey leaves her crown to some lucky Junior. Marvin Hawkinson leaves crying, still wishing he was a Junior. Jean Helly leaves her volleyball ability to "Squeaky" . Curtis Hoffman leaves his "Charles Atlas Books" to Jim Quale. Blenner Hoffman leaves the Junior girls without a ride to school. Sonja Homme leaves Mr. Lee looking for another first clarinet. Thomas Hooker leaves for the "Tooth Yanking Industry." Dean Horner leaves to join the "Navy Blues." Pat Hvam leaves to go the Post Office to mail another letter to Randy. Ann Iverson leaves Miss Reek without a chauffeur. Robert Iverson putts out in his old "Chevy". Peter Jarvis leaves his size foot-prints in the Stoughton Hall of Fame. Bev. Johnson leaves Mary Lou and Don to become head cheerleaders next year Frances Joint leaves her fancy printing--all over the walls. Nancy Julseth leaves in search of one of the Cambridge graduates. James Karras leaves Mary Paulson a class ring. LaureenKlonglandleaves her political arguments to Sally Knudson. Ken Kluever leaves "Tidy" with a sign "Hands Off". Joanne Koch leaves to help MARILYN with the chores. Ha! Ken Kuehni leaves---still dazed. Wayne Larsen leaves to play cards with the boys. 22Kathleen Linderud leaves Mrs. Rumple without a headache. Rose Ann Loftus leaves her many abilities to any capable Junior. Doreen McKercher leaves Stoughton a peaceful, quiet little town. Robert Miller leaves for a try at the city's money. Robert Moll leaves Bookkeeping minus a star. Fred Moore leaves Physics without a "Brain." Robert Murkve two of a kind Roberta Murkve leave as a pair. Wayne Nelson leaves the teachers in peace. Donna Nygaard leaves "Re" to tell "those" jokes. Frances Obrecht leaves her stenographic ability to Florence Mally. Audrey Oncken leaves with the same basketball ability her brothers left with. John Onsrud leaves for the cows, corn, and pigs. Marcia Onsrud leaves her size 4 shoes to Don Hoverson. Nancy Otteson leaves for the barbershop and that's not a quartet. Paul Paulson leaves his Cassanova manners to Luther Tolo. John Peterson leaves 'cuzz he thinks it's about time. Arlene Quam leaves, but Paul is going with her. Joyce Quamme leaves her charming ways to Karen Cook. Vincent Radecki (Duke) leaves his way with women to Arlo Bredeson who has a way of his own. Jeanette Scheldrup leaves the team to find another queen. Wilma Schlueter leaves to join Virgil. Donavan Seamonson leaves his "Freckles" to Phil Oren to see if he can get rid of them. Royal Severin leaves without any trouble. Robert Severson leaves half asleep. Marlene Skaar leaves Youth Council without a guiding light. Suzanne Slinde leaves her love for old time dancing to Don. Ronald Sperle leaves Rita--but I guess she can take care of herself. Audrey Spilde leaves to join Gene her singing partner. Donald Spilde leaves his intelligent and quiet ways to his brother. Ema Staff (Christmas Angel) leaves for heaven. James Stai leaves Miss Strommen without a side-kick. Florence Stanford leave Janet Westby together David Sundby lumbers slowly to meet the rest of the boys. Ann Sveum leaves a string of A's to Mike Thomas. David Torgeson leaves to get a bigger car to haul his fans (girls) in. JoanneTrembley leaves still talking about "those" men. Richard Vedvig leaves so pedestrians can once again walk safely. Shirley Veland leaves S. H. S. without a "worm." Bill Veum leaves Mr. Lee without someone to gripe at. Ronald Vike leaves with his car in a cloud of dust. Arlyn Waag leaves Georgie and Enola to carry on family traditions. Marshall leaves his "slush pump" to Clark Overland. Joanne Wethal leaves her ability to have New Year's Eve parties to Margit Sme-dal. Yvonne leaves her dimples to some Junior who wishes they had some. Jacquelyn Wright leaves still giggling. David Zemke leaves Dana with the team's headaches. 23Row 1: D. Bostrack, L. Broughton, L. Arneson, S. Dahl, C. Ast, D. Brusegar, G. Ballweg. Row 2: S. Brandt, K. Cook, D. Christianson, T. Asleson, R. Brunsell, A. Bredeson, B. Beske, N. Daley. JUNIORS Row 1; E. Johnson. S. Felland, J. Johnson, C. Haley, R. Fitzgerald, K. Evenson, C. Everson. Row 2: J. Gibbon, P. Farr, D. Foss. R. Erdahl, D. Bjerke, J. Gerber. Row 3: G. Greig, D. Hauge, F. Hammen, R. Hansen. J. Graffin, D. Halverson, M. Gjertson, R. Gjermo.Row 1: A. Lundeberg, F. Maly, J. Lund, S. Knudson, E. Kane, S. Hough, M. Kirby. Row 2: R. Jacobson, L. Lynch, R. Krueger, S. Moe, C. Helgerson, B. Hill, D. Matson, C. Moe, L. Lockwood. Row 3: R. Lavey, B. Larson, R. Nelson, R. Heydon, P. Nelson, R. Mullen, J. Halvorson. Row 1: E. Rideout, B. Olson, D. Peterson, N. Prein, S. Ortman, S. Offerdahl, A. Pickarts. Row 2: B. Paulson, B. Rier-son, W. Rudd. T. Pieper, J. Olson. Row 3: R. Quale, H. Reese, P. Oren, D. Porter, J. Quam, L. Rowely.Row 1: P. Slater, D. Munson, D. Kleven, P. Horton, D. Streeter, V. Schaefer, M. Thorson. Row 2: C. Skjolass, H. Venden, B. Severson, J. Hill, C. Weum, M. Lang, M. Holtan, N. Nelson, R. Seffens. Row 3: L. Weston, M. Thomas, G. Schroeder, B. Wersland, A. Sime, D. Utter, L. Tolo, M. Smedal, G. Wene, E. Seils.PROM This year the promenaders danced to "By The Light Of the Silvery Moon" which was the theme. King Donald Halvorson and his lovely Queen Sylvia Dahl reigned over this wonderful affair, while all the promenade rs danced to the dreamy music of Dan Garson and his orchestra. 27Row 1: M. Ast, E. Anderson, P. Aaberg, J. Burlingame, A. Bjoin, C. Busch. Row 2: J. Berg, M. Berge, S. Daley, P. Barber, H. Anderson, J. Almond. Row 3: R. Ayen.S. Cook, K. Anderson, R. Bown, L. Henderson, L. Dahl, N. Anderson. SOPHOMORES Row 1: L. Hanson, G. Gibbon, E. Havey, D. Gunsolus, S. Erdahl, J. Gretebeck. Row 2: A. Halverson, R. Hansen, B. Drogsvold, L. Gunderson, K. Gjestson, K. Gusloff. Row 3: W. Fosdahl, D. Goodwin, B. Doane, K. Fossen, S. Fairman B. Farr.Row 1: K. Kloften, B. Hocking, C. Johnson, R. Jerdee, D. Jacobson, A. Johnson. Row 2: K. Klinfelter, J. Larers, M. Johnson, G. La Fluer, E. Johnson, R. Gullickson. Row 3: R. Heitke, T. Holtan, L. Kittleson, D. Hoverson, R. Lande, G. Hove, D. Knaak. Row 1: A. Nelson, B. Nelson, S. Nelson, D. Olson, N. Olson, F. Nelson, M. Olson. Row 2: K. Onsrud, F. Leikness, L. Olsen, S. Lund, C. Olsen, M. Olsen, R. Nelson, C. Nelson. Row 3: C. Lunde, D. Matson, D. Leikness, D. Muetz] R. Nelson, J. Lecy, E. Mjelde, S. McKercher.Row 1: J. Peterson, D. Skavlen, M. Paulson, B. Skjolaas, F. Sawyer. Row 2: R. Schluter, M. Solheim, D. Schaefer, C. Segebrecht, J. Robertson, S. Solheim. Row 3: R. Snyder, L. Peterson, J. Skoien, K. Slinde, R. Rutland, T. Pliner. Row 1: R. Sperle, R. Young, B. Streeter, S. Straavaldson, N. Swenson, M. Sproul. Row 2: N. Starks, M. Woodstock, B. Springer, N. Zemke, D. Wersland, E. Waag, C. Strommen. Row 3: R. Tofte, R. Spanler, J. Tamblingson, G. Thorpe, E. Vesterdalh, R. Spilde.Row 1: R. Boyd, F. Augustine, R. Asleson, J. Broughton, D. Bjerk, S. Brusegar. Row 2: H. Brandt, V. Anderson, D. Anderson, J. Amundson, R. Bothum, E. Ayen, S. Anderson. Row 3: F. Badeaux, W. Atkinson, E. Anderson, M. Anderson, D. Biddick, S. Brekke. FRESHMEN Row 1: D. Gjestson, J. Gullixson, D. Doane, C. Gerard, J. Ehle, C. Gunsolus, C. Gunderson. Row 2: B. Gerber, B. Dal-sorn, S. Felio, M. Grefsheim, R. Grady, S. Everson, A. Davis, M. Fosdal. Row 3: M. Danks, C. Doering, J.Christoph-erson, V. Deneen, R. Giddley, S. Fosdal, K. Carpenter, R. Crawford. fj.Row 1: S. Harried, K. Kilen, J. Julseth, D. Halvorson, M. Hanson, L. Ingraham, G. Harried. Row 2: D. Keenan, C. Hildy, M. Johnson, S. Halverson, J. Hovland, N. Kittleson, L. Halverson, W. Aaberg, R. Kittleson. Row 3: L. Jacobson, R. Heinzeroth, K. Hoffman, H. Hoffman. D. Holten, R. Jarman, P. Hawkinson, R. Horner. FRESHMEN Row 1: M. Mikkelson, K. Nelson, M. Moe, N. Leikness, S. Manning, B. McGivern. Row 2: N. Larson, L. Blakley, M. Olson, S. Leikness, P. Nysather, A. Mattison, N. Moe. Row 3: C. Monson, C. Nitzsche, J. Bunk, M. Nelson, M. Nelson, K. Nichols, C. Maerz. Row 4: D. Larson, D. Kleven, B. Klever, G. Mennes, D. Moe, P. Matson, L. Kleven.Row Is J. Quale, R. Skau, M. Peterson, L. Santos, E. Olson, N. Olson. Row 2: M. Skjolaas, J. Olson, P. Tofte, J. Simpson, V. Olson, S. Smithback, J. Rucks. Row 3: C. Overland, J. Robertson, J. Olson, R. Pieper, R. Ostrander, A. Page, P. Olson, Y. Rudd. Row 1: L. Veum, S. Weum, J. Stockstad, J. Usher, L. Thorsen, F. Sundby. Row 2: J. Woodstock, E. Sperloen, L. Utter, N. Welty.D. Stenjem, D. Stolen, D. Weum, D. Vesterdahl. Row 3: R. Bringa, A. Vick, J. Turner, P. Turner, G. Waag, R. Soyne, E. Vingum, J. Sobacki.LIONS AWARD Row 1: R. A. Loftus, J. Wright, A. Quam, N. Otteson. Row 2: T. Hooker, D. Spilde, K. Kleuver. From each class that graduates, it's only fair that certain students who have shown outstanding ability in school work and outside activities should be given special awards. This year the awards were chosen by the faculty committee. The National Honor Society award is given for scholarship, leader ship, character and service. The Rotary Jr. Service award is given on the grounds of service to school and community. This year for the third time the Good Citizen award was given on the basis of honesty, friendliness, and consideration for others and service to the GOOD CITIZEN AWARD Row 1: S. Veland, D. McKercher, A. Quam, N. Otteson, B. Brunt, W. Schuelter. Row 2: J. Westby, J. Stai, K. Kuehni, B. Hoffman, C. Alsmo, H. Burgoyne.LEGION AWARD V. Radecki ROTARY JUNIOR SERVICE AWARD Row I: M. Onsrud, M. Skaar, B. Johnson. Row 2: A. Iverson. V. Radecki, D. Zemke. school. A sports award given to the senior boy who has been outstanding in sports in high school is given, this is the Legion award. Each year the Lions Club presents an award in every field of study offered by our school. These awards are given to the students who have taken all the subjects. The D.A. R. award is given to senior girl on the basis of good citizenship. This award makes her eligible for another D. A. R. award given to the state winner. NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY Row 1: R. A. Loftus, A. Sveum, B. Johnson, P. Edwards. M. Skaar, S. Felland, K. Cook, J. Wright. Row 2: S. Homme, D. Zemke, T. Hooker. J. Karras, K. Kleuver, R. Hanson, A. Oncken, J. Scheldrup. Row 3: L. Tolo, D. Spilde.SPOON Each year one of the six scholastically highest junior girls is cho-senby her classmates to receive the spoon. This year the honor was given to Sylvia Felland. SPADE Similar to the spoon given to the junior girl, one of six scholastically highest junior boys is chosen by his classmates to be the holder of the spade. This year it is Francis Hammen. 36Row 1: B. Wersland, R. Lavey, D. Dahl, M. Hawkinson, P. Jarvis, K. Kuenhi, D. Radecki, D. Utter. Row 2: D. Zemke, M. Johnson, P. Barber, T. Pliner, P. Oren, J. Quam, D. Hoverson, A. Bredeson, R. Nelson, B. Doane, W. Nelson, D. Knaak. Row 3: Mr. Matthias, B. Skinner, A. Davis, P. Hawkinson, B. Kluever, K. Fossen, K. Slinde, R. Severin, C. Hoffman, B. Veum, B. Larson, E. Seils, G. Scroeder, Mr. Holm. FOOTBALL. This year the Stoughton Vikings has a very successful football season. The team, which had 17 returning lettermen won 6 games, lost 1 game and tied one game. The Vikings only defeat was by the Conference Champs, in a very exciting game which kept the opponents on their toes all the time. This defeat made the Viking lose their chance for a tie for 1st place and put them in second place which still was quite an achievement. The success of the season was due to the fine spirit of the team and the excellent job of coaching. The Viking captain this year was Marvin Hawkinson, and Duke Radecki was voted most valuable play er by the members of hts team. On the 1st team Duke Radecki and Ken Kuehni were elected for both the offensive and defensive teams with Pete Jarvis, for offensive team while both Dave Utter, and Ronnie Nelson were elected for the defensive. On the second team Jim Quam was elected for the defensive team and Dave Utter, for Offensive back. w 'ft DUKE ff i CURT tR , i PETE CUZZY 38Row 1: N. Moe, D. Holtan, R. Horner, R. Heinzroth, R. Soyne, L. Jacobson, S. Anderson, D. Stolen. Row 2: C. Overland, A. Davis, J. Broughton, L. Kleven, H. Brandt, J. Peterson, R. Grady, F. Sundby, J. Quale. Row 3: D. Asleson, J. Robertson, D. Larson, P. Barber, V. Deenen, G. Waag, P. Hawkinson, D. Kleven, J. Turner. Row 4: Mr. Brejcha, D. Hoffman, R. Nelson, P. Turner, E. Anderson, L. Brandt, M. Anderson, B. Klever, J. Lecy. Sept. 11 Stoton Sept. 19 Sept. 25 N Oct. 2 " Oct. 9 " Oct. 16 " Oct. 23 " Oct. 30 13 Watertown 13 19 Lake Mills 0 7 Middleton 13 27 Evansville 19 25 Fort 6 40 Edgerton 13 33 Jefferson 6 25 Wis. High 7 Row 1: D. Zemeke, A. Bredeson, K. Kuehni, D. Hoverson, D. Radecki, P. Jarvis, R. Lavey, D. Knaak. Row 2: Mr. Holm, B. Kluever, R. Nelson, T. Asleson, K. Slinde, M. Johnson, B. Larson. H. Anderson. ARLO BASKETBALL Practice for basketball began on Nov. 9th with the returning of four lettermen, Duke Radecki, Ken Kuehni, Pete Jarvis, and Don Hoverson. Even though the Vikings lost some of their games, they gave their opponents a very rough time. One of the most thrilling games of the season was the one with Middleton. It was a very exciting game, with the Vikings coming out ahead by one point. Also the games with our rivals, Edgerton, were very exciting, close games, as they have always been. Even in the games they lost, the Vikings put up a hard battle. The Vikings had a successful year, due to the fine coaching of Leif Holm.Row Is C. Overland, J. Peterson, R. Grady, P. Hawkinson, Barton Barr, Bruce Barr, J. Broughton, R. Horner, D. Asleson, Row 2: Mr. Matthias, J. Skoien, E. Anderson, B. Doane, P. Turner, G. Thorpe, W. Atkinson, T. Pliner. RONNIE Lake Mills 35 Stoughton 56 Middleton 51 ft 53 Monroe 48 ft 47 West High 41 ft 51 Milton Union 42 •• 72 Evansville 45 ff 63 Fort Atkinson 49 ft 67 Edgerton 55 52 Edge wood 59 ft 44 Wisconsin High 56 ,f 38 Monroe 56 43 Milton Union 44 ff 65 Lake Mills 49 •t 66 DUKE PETE EGGIE CARLI TENNIS w r iiti kTR!eS'.rda.FIUer- D-Ch"ste"“". Barton Barr, Biuce Ban. J. Pe.erson. Row 2: P. Jar»Is, L. Tolo. F. Be.ge jTl Row 1: Mr. Brejcha.R. Lavey.R. Miller, D. Knaak, N. Prien. Row 2: D. Zemke, B. Wersland, J. Quam, T. iner. Row 3: P. Oren, F. Moore, D. Radecki, T. Hooker, J. Karras. TRACKRow 1: A. Bredeson, M. Johnson, D. Zemke, W. Nelson, H. Anderson, M. Hawkinson. Row 2: R. Severin, P. Bitter, D. Radecki, K. Kuehni, K. Slinde, R. Nelson.M. Solheim, M. Skaar, B. Johnson, M. Kirby, J. Johansen, Center, D. Matson. CHEERLEADERSPHILOPUBLICATIONS Mr. Thiel Judy Havey This year with the start of the publications class much of the work on the Parrot and the Yahara has been done during the school day. The class taught by Mr. Thiel, adviser of Parrot and Yahara, meets every day. This set up permits fixing of responsibility and greater care in the preparation of the Publications. The Parrot issued about every two weeks, contains school news, fashions, gossip, and features. Class time is used by the Parrot staff to plan issues, copy reading and writing, making layouts, and typing. The Yahara Staff is kept busy writing articles, planning page layouts, cropping pictures, and doing anything else required to meet deadlines. There are many members of the Parrot and Yahara staffs who are not in this class since this class is not a requirement for staff membership. YAHARA Row 1: B. Johnson, M. Onsrud.K. Cook, A. Sveum, A. Spilde. Row 2: P. Hvam, M. Thomas, J. Tamblingson, R. Loftus, L. Klongland. Row 3: B. Brunt, S. Homme, T. Holtan.PARROT Row 1: S. Nelson, F. Stanford, J. Gretebeck, C. Haley, G. Gibbon, E. Johnson, W. Rudd, P. Olson. Row 2: D. McKer-cher, A. Johnson, K. Cook, P. Hvam, J. Havey, A. Spilde, L. Klongland, J. Westby, C. Alsmo. Row 3; N. Larson,E. Mjelde, A. Bjoin, K. Gusloff, D. Zemke, M. Solheim, B. Brunt, W. Schlueter, J. Tamblingson. Row 4: S. Veland, R. Loftus, J. Robertson, S. Homme, C. Lunde, S. Brandt, T. Holtan, G. Ehle.Mr. Lee. The Stoughton High School Band under the direction of Mr. Lee had a very successful year. The Band played at the football games, and the pep band played at the basketball games. The Band displayed some very bright and snappy marching during the halves of the football games. At Homecoming they put on a special skit depicting costumes of by gone eras. The Band made the number8 of the years of the era, and while they were playing music to fit that time a few members of the band would parade in front dressed as they did in those days. The Band had a lot of fun doing this and the audience had as much fun watching it. The pep band played at all the home basketball games. They kept the spirit up with their peppy marches and their arrangement of the song "Dragnet" which the students and audience enjoyed. This fall the Band was invited to march during the half of the Whitewater fotoball BAND Row 1: S. Homme. S. Knudson, M. Smedal, M. Johnson, E. Mjelde, A. Bjoin, B. Brunt, J. Havey. Row 2: T. Hooker, K. Gustloff, M. Brickson, A. Quam, A. Iverson, B. Olson, E. Havey, L. Weston, A. Dullum, G. Wene, S. Felio, G. Gibbon, J. Amundson, J. Gibbon. Row 3: E. Staff, F. Joint, D. Foss, J. Wethal, F. Moore, K. Onsrud, S. Havey, M. Johnson, J. Porter, S. Solhiem, K. Anderson. J. Koch, B. Nelson, M. Thomas, K. Klofton, J. Wright, R. Mullen. J. Sheldrup, M.game, and also went down to Edgerton to march for their Homecoming. The activities of the Band are numerous. Some of their appearances were the Christmas program, Massed Band Concert at Lake Mills, and the annual spring concerts, one in March, and the other in May. Also this year the Band participated in the Open House that was held in March. The Band was given a piece of music that they hadn't seen before, and showed the audience how they go about practicing a new piece. Other occasions for which the Band plays are Memorial Day, and any other important occasion. The Band also participated in the White -water solo and ensemble contest and participated in the annual Whitewater contest that is held each spring. The Band and Mr. Lee should be congratulated on the fine work that they did this year. Kirby, M. Onsrud. Row 4: L. Lockwood,C. Segbercht, L. Klongland, C. Lunde, A. Johnson, E. Waag, L. Tolo, D. Torge-son.C. Everson, R. Erdahl, R. Spangler, D. Hestness, R. Gjermo, A. Oncken, B. Martin, R. Brunsell, R. Rideout, P. Hvam, R. Sperle, J. Onsrud, P. Turner, C. Overland, J. Stai, J. Robertson, H. Gyland, M. Wake, B. Hoffman. Row 5: T. Hol-tan, G. Thorpe, D. Bjerke, D. Horner, B. Heydon, B. Hill, L. Rowley, R. Hanson, M. Solheim, J. Johansen, M. Nelson.Miss Reek G. A. A. Rowl: M. Onsrud, E. Olson, N. Olson, N. Olson, M. Olson, M. Moe. Row 2: S. Ortman, B. Hyland, A. Nelson, B. Hocking, L. Ingraham, D. Nygaard, D. Olson, S. Nelson. Row 3: M. J. Olson, M. Nelson, V. Olson, D. McKercher, J. Olson, B. Nelson, N. Nelson, L. Olson, F. Maley. Row 4: C. Nelson, R. Nelson, M. Nelson, C. Olson, E. Mjelde, D. Manson, A. Oncken, B. Olson, S. McKercher, N. Otteson. Row 1: F. Stanford, A. Sveum, L. Veum, M. Thorsen, J. Usher, N. Swenson, S. Straavaldson, S. Weum, R. Sperle, M. Skaar. Row 2: W. Rudd, T. Pieper, S. Smithback, B. Brunt, P. Hvam, B. Rudd, L. Utter, P. Slater, J. Wethal, J. Wright, J. Westby. Row 3: N. Zemke, D. Wersland, N. Waag, B. Springer, E. Sperloin, J. Rucks, C. Strommen, A. Page, N. Starks, D. Schaefer, V. Schaefer, E. Rideout, W. Schlueter, J. Havey. Row 4: S. Solheim, J. Robertson, C. Segebrecht, S. Slinde, L. Peterson, A. Quam, L. Weston, G. Wene, M. Smedal, M. Solheim, A. Spilde. G. A. A. The 1953-1954 G.A.A. activities started off with a bang when the officers, Night G.A.A., Pres. Bev Johnson; Vice Pres. Jackie Wright; Sec. Jeanette Scheld-rup; Noon G.A.A. Pres. Rose Ann Loftus; Vice Pres. Ann Svuem; Sec. Carmen Haley, and Janet Johnson who is the treasurer of both, who were elected last spring, planned our annual "get acquainted" party. This party included both noon and night G.A.A. After this party the two groups started their volleyball elimination contests. This year the winners of the Noon G.A.A. volleyball contest were the members of A. Quam's team and L. Lockwood's team who took the Championship in Night G.A.A. The Grand Champions were the Noon G.A.A. players. The pins worn around Homecoming time were sold by G.A.A. On these pins was a picture of the team.During the latter part of the volleyball tournament the officers were spending their time working out a theme and plans for a float for the Homecoming parade. The theme that they agreed on was "Grind 'Em Up". Committees were chosen to work on the actual decorating of the float. Miss Reek, our very worthy advisor, did much toward helping our float to become a success. Our float was rated as the third prize winner. The basketball tournament was then started. After captains were chosen for each team, the same eliminating procedure was followed as in volleyball. The winners of each G.A.A. group played each other determining the grand champion. At the final meeting of the joint groups of noon and night G.A.A., a fine meal was served after which the officers handed down their office emblem to the new officers which had been recently elected. We all enjoyed the very fine speaker and entertainment which was provided. This banquet closed the activities of this 53-54 school year. Row 1: K. Kilan, N. Leikness, K. Kloften, E. Havey, E. Johnson, F. Joint, M. Kirby, J. Koch, B. Johnson. Row 2: N. Larson, D. Keenan, S. Leikness, D. Jacobson, A. Johnson, S. Hough, L. Lockwood, S. Harried, M. Hanson, R. Jerdee. Row 3: D. Holverson, C. Hilde, S. Hoveland, L. Klongland.C. Haley, S. Johnson, M. Johnson, A. Iverson, K. Klinefelter, M. Holtan. Row 4: R. Loftus, J. Lund, S. Havey, S. Homme, S. Knudson, C. Lunde, T. Holtan, S. Holverson, K. Linderud, J. Helley. Row 1: P. Dalsoren, S. Brusegar, J. Gibbon, D. Foss, T. Ballweg, J. Berg, S. Erdahl, D. Doane, D. Burse-gar. Row 2: J. Ehle, K. Cook, S. Dahl, M. Brickson, L. Broughton, S. Felland.J. Gretebeck.P. Aaberg, P. Farr, C. Ast. Row 3: C. Alsmo, D. Anderson, J. Burlingame, C. Busch, S. Felio, V. Anderson, D. Bjerk, J. Amundson, C. Gur olus. Row 4: S. Brandt, B. Farr, K C'iefsheim, K. Gjertson, G. Grei K. Gusloff, A. Bjoin, S. Brekke, C. Everson, J. Brandt. 53CLASS PLAYS Miss Glocke This year the Junior Class chose as their Class play a comedy in three-acts, "Our Hearts Were Young and Gay," written by Cornelia Otis Skinner and Emily Kimbrough. Too much credit cannot be given to Miss Miriam Glocke, whose capable direction made this play a complete success. The story is centered around two A-merican girls who are on their way to Paris, France, to take voice and acting lessons from anoted French teacher. Their parents were also going along, but on a different ship. The era in which the play was written was 1920's; therefore, the costumes added much to the amusement of it. All in all the play was enjoyed by everyone. JUNIOR CLASS PLAY Cornelia..............................Mary Lou Kirby Mr. Mrs. Skinner..........Karen Cook and Dave Utter Emily Kimbrough.....................Berniece Reierson Stewart...............................Richard Gjermo Leo Dick............Bob Wersland and Rollie Brunsell Winefred................................Sylvia Dahl Harriet................................ Janet Johnson Purser................................ Russell Hanson Stewardess......................................LaVon Lockwood Monsieur De La Croix.................. Richard Quale Admiral...........................................Bob Larson Health Inspector......................Carmen Haley Therese...............................Lois Broughton Madam Elise......................................Gail Greig Window Washer...................................Roger Erdahl Row 1: M. Kirby, S. Dahl, J. Gibbon, R. Erdahl, V. Schaefer, B. Rierson. Row 2: L. Lockwood, L. Broughton, J. Johnson, K. Evenson.F. Maly, C. Haley, K. Cook. Row 3: R. Hanson, G. Grieg, C. Everson, M. Thomas, R. Larson, R. Wersland, Row 4: R. Quale, T. Asleson, D. Utter, R. Heydon, R. Gjermo, R. Brunsell, L. Rowley.This year the class of "54" gave a murder mystery, Murder Has Been Arranged by Emlyn Williams, as their class play. The play takes place in London in the St. James Theater where Sir Charles Jasper, an author, and his wife Beatrice are giving a party to celebrate Sir Charles' 40th birthday. If Sir Charles was alive at 11:00 P. M. O'clock on his birthday, she would inherit 2 million dollars. Maurice Mullens, a relative of Sir Charles, will receive the money if Sir Charles dies. Then at the party where Sir Charles and Maurice Mullen are alone working on Maurice Mullen's book, Maurice tricks Sir Charles into writing a suicide note and then poisons him. Sir Charles also has written a book that said that the night that he is to be murdered a dumb woman will appear. She will talk and then die a horrible death. From her body the ghost of Sir Charles appears. Then when Maurice Mullens, the murderer, sees this he goes insane and confesses to the murder. Sir Charles Jasper Cavendish....... Miss Groze .... Miss Wragg Jimmy North . . . Beatrice Jasper . . Mrs. Arthur . . . . Maurice Mullens A Woman.......... . Vincent Radecki , . . David Zemke . . Joann Anderson . . Marlene Skaar .... Peter Jarvis Doreen McKercher . Rose Ann Loftus ......Jim Karras .... Pat Edwards Mr. Risteen SR. CLASS PLAY Row 1: B. Johnson, J. Anderson, D. McKercher, P. Edwards, M. Skaar, J. Scheldrup. Row 2: R. Loftus, P. Jarvis, D. Radecki, J. Karras, D. Zemke, Mr. Risteen. MISS STROMMEN A CAPPELLA The A Cappella opened its season this year in a new location and under the direction of a new conductor. It is now located in the community building and is under the capable direction of Miss Dorothy Strommen. This year, as in other years, the A Cappella was made up of approximately fifty students, who all share a mutual interest in music. They all enjoy singing in general and therefore made a very entertaining group. This year there were more entrants in the Whitewater solo and ensemble festival than in the past few years. They consisted of solos, duets, quartettes, a triple trio, and a double quartette. They all did a very fine job. During the rest of the year, the A Cappella members and Miss Strommen gave several performances at various places. In December they participated in the annual Christmas Pageant and in the high school Christmas assembly. The month of January was spent selecting and rehearsing music for the two spring concerts. During the first part of February, the A Cappella sent fourteen of its members to Fort Atkinson for the Mass Chorus Concert. In March the entire choir went to Fort to present a concert. A combined concert by both A Cappella and band was presented in April. The rest of that month was spent rehearsing the music for the festival in May. The final performances of the A Cappella were at Baccalaureate and Commencement in June. In all the A Cappella had a very successful year. Row 1: N. Swenson. R. Jerdee, B. Hocking, D. Young, J Gunsolus, G. Anderson, N. Julseth, D. Foss. Row 2: R. Erdahl, E. Johnson, W. Rudd, T. Ballweg, P. Farr, L. Broughton, R. Heinzeroth. Row 3: J. Westby, F. Stanford, J. Olsen. D. McKercher, W. Schueter, L. Olsen, T. Pieper, C. Nitzsche. Row 4: J. Johnson, J. Lamers, D. Anderson, S. Veland, S. Slinde.R. Fitzgerald, F. Sawyer, A. Spilde, C. Busch. Row 5: M. Wake, T. Hooker, L. Tolo, D. Muetz, J. Stai, H. Hoffman, J. Turner, S. Knudson, B. Farr.Row 1: M. Skaar, M. Kirby. Row 2: M. Smedal, Mr. Risteen. ONE ACT PLAY Row Is G. Bibbon, D. Doane, J. Gibbon, J. Ehle, R. Brdahl. Row 2: J. Usher, E. Mjelde, J. Lamers, K. Cook, M. Nelson, D. Olsen, J. Olsen. Row 3: S. Knudson, A. Bjoin, K. Anderson, T. Pliner, D. Zemke, D. Knaak, J. Tamblingson.Row 1: M. Olson, R. Jerdee.C. Haley, J. Olson, G. Gibbon. Row 2: C. Nitzsche, N. Welty, B. Farr, N. Starks, J. Stock-stad. Row 3: S. Brekke, G. Grieg, D. Schaefer, Mr. Booth. F. T. A. FORENSICS Row 1: J. Ehle, S. Dahl, M. Skaar, M. Onsrud, B. Johnson, G. Gibbon (Discussion), C. Haley (Discussion). Row 2: M. Nelson, F. Sawyer, K. Cook, M. Kirby, L. Lockwood, D. Olson, V. Schaefer (Discussion), P. Edwards, D. McKercher, B. Brunt. Row 3: E. Sperloen, L. Utter, J. Johansen, M. Solheim (Discussion), A. Bjoin, E. Mjelde, C. Overland (Discussion), J. Turner, J. Karras, J. Stai. Row 4: R. Quale (Discussion), K. Anderson, T. Asleson, L. Tolo, D. Hestness (Discussion), M. Smedal, B. Olson, S. Knudson, G. Grieg (Discussion), S. Fairman (Discussion).Row 1: S. Felland, B. Gerber, S. Brusegar, S. Felio, P. Dalsoren, F. Stanford, J. Westby. Row 2: S. Hough, K. Cook, M. Onsrud, A. Sveum, S. Stravaaldson, D. Klevem, M. Moe, N. Leikness, C. Gerard, S. Erdahl. Row 3: N. Swenson, C. Olson, J. Lamers, P. Tofte, E. Rudd, S. Halverson, D. Halverson, J. Stokstad, J. Olson. Row 4: J. Burlingam, M. Olson, J. Hoveland, W. Schluter, Y. Wilberg, S. Havey, A. Oncken, J. Brandt, D. Manson, F. H. A. F. F. A. Row 1: W. Maertz, R. Bothum, M. Fosdahl, E. Ayen, M. Hawkinson, . Gerber, C. Maertz. Row 2: L. Lynch, C. Moe, R. Hill, H. Reese, J. Graffin, R, Vedvig, B. Tofte, R. Anderson. Row 3: S, Cook, J. Onsrud, R. Ayen, H. Skjolaas, R. Sperle, A. Waag, D. Dahl, D. Zemke, Mr. Doering. Row 4: A. Sime, R. Landy, J. Porter, D. Spilde, R. Gjermo, B. Heydon, D. Utter, R. Rutlin, K. Fossen.Row 1: C. Gunderson, G. La Fluer, G. Vingum, D. Skavlen, Mr. Netterblad. Row 2: G. Hove, Barton Barr, R. Giddley, Bruce Barr. J. Skoin. USHERS RED CROSS Row 1; J. Gibbon, N. Olsen, G. Gibbon, L. Broughton, J. Johnson. Row 2: J. Julseth, M. Nelson, S. Veland, F. Sawyer, N. Olson, A. Page. Row 3: C. Everson, J. Stai, G. Greig, K. Anderson, S. Knudson, N. Welty.Row 1: J. Gibbon, L. Broughton, S. Hough, A. Sveum, M. Kirby, B. Johnson, M. Skaar. Row 2: Miss Benson, L. Klong-land, S. Felland, C. Weum, V. Schaefer, K. Cook, J. Havey, J. Wright, L. Lockwood. Row 3: C. Alsmo, D. McKer-cher, P. Edwards, J. Johnson, W. Schlueter, S. Brandt, C. Haley, F. Maly. B. Olson. Row 4: C. Everson, S. Knudson, R. Loftus, N. Otteson, S. Homme, A. Oncken, G. Grieg, M. Smedal, G. Wene. PHILO S-CLUB Row 1: D. Knaak, M. Hawkinson, R. Lavey, R. Seffens, J. Peterson, D. Bostrack, B. Miller. Row 2: A. Bredeson, E. Seils, R. Hanson, R. Larson, H. Skjolass, G. Schroeder, R. Murkve, D. Swenson. Row 3: M. Johnson, R. Nelson’ B. Wersland, P. Oren, D. Halverson, W. Nelson, D. Dahl, W. Larsen. Row 4: T. Pliner, J. Quam, P. Jarvis, D. Radecki, K. Kuehni, K. Slinde, P. Bitter, R. Severin, B. Veum.Row 1: A. Halversen, N. Larson. J. Lamers, C. Strommen, R. Jerdee. Row 2: L. Hanson. P. Olson, D. Bjerk, D. Bruse-gar, N. Swenson. M. Paulson, S. 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