Stoughton High School - Yahara Yearbook (Stoughton, WI)

 - Class of 1957

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wa ....,,.. x1 .A -4.5-, if he ethernet Nur giilzulc mime '57 QOUR SCHOOL HoMEy ef-54 X4 Stoughton High School, Stoughton, Wisconsin PASSING MILESTUNES IN 0l'R NEW' SCHOOL ND LIVING UP T0 OUR VIKING SPIRIT. . Q- 4,55 ,, 1, wzwv zi .2 f ff f x 35 27 1 . .- .Lg , 'l'ht- 1957 Yalmra has Ch0S4'Il thc Nor- wvgiztn livritgtgt' :intl lX1l'lQQl'OllIlCl ol' Stoughton :is its tht-tnt-. 'liht' lIlK'l'l'liSl' of tht- Norwt-Qian zitinoe- plit-tv in our coinintxnity :incl school has tnzttlt- tts look at our Viking' spirit :is 2111 inte-grgtl pint ol' Stoughton High School. XYlit'tl1t-r wt' are Norwcgian in ancvstry or Iltwl. t'x't'i'y sttlclt-nt adopts thc Scandi- n11x'itxn spirit :incl ht-coincs ll ftlll-llc-tlgvtl Viking. In tlt-picting out Stxiriclitmvixtii tlit-int: wt' llzlxv trit-tl to show tht- vziriotis Qrotips wliivh CLIITX thc' school spirit t'x't'1'ywl1t't't' tht-3' go: tht- uthlvtic' tcutns. tht- tnusifnl groups. tht- lion-nsit' z1t'tix'itit's...all tht-sv art- rt-Iin-st-ntzitions ol' Oni' school spirit zintl. stilm'tpit'iitlv. our Viking spirit. IN MEMORIAM N -40-3 Abrde VVIIII Me beautllully sung by the Stoughton High School A Lappella opened the funeral SLTVICCS lor PAITICIA -Xnn Olson Thxs pretty blond blue eyed gxrl was a Jumor m our school just prevnous to passmg an ay She was a lrlend to all Her death came suddenly Llllflllg a delxcatt hcaxt operatnon at Rochcster Xlm ncsota She had some of the finest doctors 111 the L S lt not III the world There fore we know ll ss as by God s vnll that she leit us Pat had suflcred much but nes er coxnplamed bhc xx as gltatly llandxcappcd lll her lillybll il tc tnxty by hcl hcalth NLWCllllC lcss shc serxcd to her lullest c :panty on thc l' mot stall S tccns and C X X MllLlL she sencd Ill such xx ns as her hc tlth tlloxstd hu ks Rexelcnd Xllilll Foltncy poxntcd out Ill hu sexxuts shc ns resting., ln pe uc 4 , -X ,ga 5 af' C' H . . ,, .. , . , , , . , , . 1 - - n r Vx . . 1 . .I i . . 4 . , . ' ., , ,f- . ' . s- ' - ,. V Y , 4 . 1. ,, ., . 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' 1 4, .A ' ,.. . ,. l , ,. . .' , , ' ' ,, .. , ,. ., ' . 1 c ' 4 ,.- .,4 nl, ' - --vs ' - -- f--- .- . -. .- 4 1 1 . 1 A- Y -s A. . . 1- -- -1- -. -- , 1-.Q Intxamurals 'Vfemoxnm Dedlcauon Admmlstratlon Classes Or anlfatlons Athletics TABLE GF CONTENTS XC RNOXXI EIDCENIEXT S llns ua: thc Xahaxa staff xmulcl lllsn to icknoxslcd L the spcflal efforts lxcn hx thc tolloxsm who haxe made the spccml features of our book pOSS1blC XTIIOHZII Bxoadcastm Compam 'Norse C halct and NI: XX cndt 5 IIIL' 6 DEDICATION The 1957 Yahara stall has chosen to dedlcate 1ts yearbook to a man who has donc much for our school m mam actnltxes Mr YN alter Netterblad ln h1s tlnrty one tears of SCFXICC to Stouvhton H1 h has come to symbolue the rcal school sp1r1t and the wholesome student faculty rela txonshlp wh1ch CXISIS 1n our svstem Amonv hls X3.I'1OllS Cll1IlCS Wir 'Netterblad has charve of the prmtmff depart ment IS asslstant manager for tht basketball tournamcnt and spends much tlme wlth h1s unlque stamp book profftam All of these thmffs take much tlmc xet Mr Yetterblad fm es XN1ll1l'l0'lX of lus IIITIQ hlS thanks bemff the satlsfactxon of knowunv he has helped lmplox e the hwh school I V 4, 9 , -my 'f C1 4 ' v W ' Q 4' 2 kv-Z -. 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' xdili L X' fa 10 A47 .-f -1-Q ,0- SEEING PEOPLE, AND DOING THINGS. 9 While we have centered our hook around our Scandinavian spirit. we have also indicatvd thc' lines below as a phrase wlmicli aptly rlc'Qc'1'ilws thc' divisions of our lmook and thus this "Monitor" Illvllli' also talu-Q a part in Ilxr' pn-wntation of our annual. ...Qs gg ,LM 1 41' 'ifrnfast Easter Q953 I anrerinne Faithful Ifziclllly . . . NVhile our pliotugrnpli for this division page may not show glamor, to us it seems to show our Norwegian spirited Lacrcr and Lacrcrinne. FACULTY AND ADMINISTRATION .wA.walg,2y Z .I lr, Q iff Q 1? -I 59 M. 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Tlx:-3' also gin- daily In-lp. 2lllllQlllC'l'. nclvicw- and lIlNlI'l1i'll17Il lo Ilir' Nlllilt'IlIS. llim' llllIIlllllNllllllUIl and lLlC'lllll tliis BVLII' tll'Clcll'Cl to H'-i'x'zil1lz1I1' ilu' sclioul to sm- if our scliool will lllVl'lN ilu- North Cfvritrgll .-Xwociationis Qtandards, It not only Qau' tlic' 2lCllIllIliNll'LlIlUIl ll cliancm' to lx- cxaluatcfcl by Olll9iLll'I'S but to vvalliau- Ilnc-lmvlvc-S as wi-ll, KEEPING OUR SCHOOL NEAT AND OUR RECORDS UP TO DATE Mrs Fredenberg Mrs Mmdrum Mnss Gronseth The hustle bustle actlx 1ty of SH S durmv the many busy days of the school year was gn en xltal assxstance by the capable office help and the effluent cutod1ans Yes these people do eyerythlng from cleanmv the classrooms and halls to kmdll Mrs Fredenberg for example IS kept xery busy w1th hex dl1t1CS as secretary to Mr Norem uhlle Mr Beske IS busy cleanlng the ex er dlrty gym VXh1le we sometlmes do not really appreclate the serxxces rendered bv these people they are a very x ltal co ln the machmery of our school A Offerdahl B Beske H Ameson . . Y . . . 6 5 V l 1 D gxving out those ever important late admittance slips Qyou probably know the ' 15 ' 7 1 Y . V . V . V . Y Y . , . , t . a ' ' g - . , . , . SERVING THE STUDENTS FAITHFULLY DAY AFTER DAY Mrs. Strommen, Mrs. Frie, Mrs. Nundall Students, do you live in a rural area? Forty per cent of Stoughton High Schoolls students do, you know. If you don't drive a car to school every day, you are more than likely in immediate need of some other mode of transportation to and from school. Therefore, neither wind nor rain, sleet nor snow, can hinder the dutiful busdrivers of S.H.S.,s seven, ever-faithful busses. One more question, readers: do you get that awful, empty, hollow feeling around the last few minutes of the third class in the morning? If so, you immedi- ately contemplate the thought of dashing off to the lunch room and sitting down to a delicious dinner. prepared by the ladies of the lunch room. 1 G. McFarland, L. Hanson. M. Bickley, L. Vike, L. Halvorson, E. Dahl, W. 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'1111-1' 11111.- 1111-11111111-11111111-11111111111-1''z11'1ix'i11'111111111-1112. 1 1. 4. -flkfiti.. F ff A ff if if TJ: . ROVI' UNH: bl. Bcslcc, IJ. Bjork. li. Larson. li. Nlcnnvs, ll. Spangler. KOH' 'l'll'U: Hr. Xustinson, Mr. Norem. Mr. Koenig. Nh. Kleuger. Xliss Reek. l'. I.al'lc'ur, l'. Hawkinson. ATHLETIC BOARD YOUTH COUNCIL Youth Council, the largest organization in school, was the group responsible lor the Youth Center, the place where many happy Saturday nights were spent. They also were responsible lor "'I'wirp Season" and the annual Snowball Dance. Youth Council was ably led by President Margaret Nelson, who was assisted by Mr. McConnell, our ads visor. XVorking closely with Student Council was the Ath- letic Board. 'l'his important organization handled ath- letic problems and all the money received from the games. XVith Dave Larson as President and Nlr. Netter- blad. advisor. the group financed many worthwhile things. l 3 .fm-ti ' ikxqyh my W' ff l 'dlrufztsi Elzxerer ng Taererinne FAITHFUL FACULTY .Xs we students niingle with our fzieillty lrcnn day to dats, we fallen aidniire their patience zind persev zinfe. XX'e han e olten seen our lzitnlty meeting to discuss lnohleins :is in the photo art the right. for it is through ellorts thnit we :ire zrhle to enjoy hoth work :ind play WELCOME NEW COUNSELORS AND GUIDES TO LEARNING 1 'S-as-4' lixgx E Hulflr .'i7l!lt'7'NrIlI.' Let ieridx-hegin! She pays all the hills and knows wh1it's going on in the Sclmul Lunch Pro- grznn, in addition In teaching Business lidutzition. She rereixed ll IHC, horn the SIRIIC College nt Whitewater rind xi l'h.NI. lrmn the l'. of XVikt'unsin. Cllr! ,4u.sli'u,wn: Ile doesn't like students who do not sup- port any sclmul activity. In zlddilion. he toziclies Y2ll'Silf lhiskethall to 7th und Sith grade students. He was edu- tzited at lf of Minnesota where he rereixed a ILS. llilflrgarrle B7'1ll'!'kIlf'l'.'Sl1C likes to see exeriune hnsy in her linglish and l,z1tin classes. She was educated :rt the lf of Wistonsin nhere she receixed a BA. Iilizulwlh tfhillimx She thinks gills should rt-:id their recipes t'1n'efully. She teurhes the L'lllillSil'f zirts, halting received ai BS. at lowzi State College. Ifnlvffrl l,ll1'l'fl.X!H1.'. HL- mlislikcs the rail wagging clog. HQ holnls a lS.li.. BS., and NIS.. which hc I1'iC'lNl'rl from thc l'. ol Wisconsin and Whircnarcr Sialc Colle-gc. He lL'llt'lll'N fillClIllSlly and Physics, l.lllIiHI' lliwlrirk: She is another ol rhc anti-gnrn ihcwcis. Slrc lC1lL'llCN Geometry. .Xilyanusil xllllllCIIlllllCS. lrigo- noinclry, and Soliil Ccoinclry. haying I'CCClNCll hcl' 13.5. from Oshkosh Stale College. 7 .ll1olrlll.', IJl.XI'llIl,' His inollo is 'lllo Not 1if'Afrui11 lo lnii Inn' lllml ls lioorlf' Vocal Music is his layoiili' class HL' has a ll.Nl.li. and an NLS. in Vocal Music' and lizluca- iion. Hc rccciycml Ihcsc from thc lf. of Wisconsin. llnlf' F. lloefzizigf "O, K. Boys! liinc lo go lo work." HC lcaflrcs thc boys how lo farm in Vocational .KgriCullurc. H0 has a li. X. uhifh hc icrviyccl from l'lallcyillc Slilll' Klollcgv. .Af- i"" gvv-V 7 7 ,,.1f w Sr A 'X .ash P 1. C' 4 Ji , rex A Q , fi. 'A 4 ,, ' any ,. '9 f7f , ffgff s , z'. ' I ..:- JF' -. . ,,. 4.0, I, . I ' I iw f- an' we nllwu 1iIlirIu':.' She giycs us pills io IICQII our ills. A islcrccl nursc, she is one of our niosl hclpful fact "Now lcl's look Ill lhc longnc . , . a liltlc wider yvimlci '... E" illium fiihlmn: 'I hc aggrayaiions of last year hayc ionic thc pi-I pccycs of this year, laly illlllL'IlIS, that is llc is known to giyc a few ayoiailos occasionally. holcls an NIS, from thc l'. ol XS'isLonsin and reaches l'lC'Nllllli'll goorl llllll'llNl1llJ. fionlun ll. fifmfliiflzq "Clean np!" is often heard dnring his favorite art class. He has a B.S. in Education which he receixed from the l'. of XVisconsin. Raynimid li. Hmnnie: His favorite type of hoy is the one who asks for smooth sandpaper. His favorite class is XYoodwork. He learned how to do this at the State leathers College at Oshkosh, Hlisconsin, -er" 'Q"7 gps-4' rv-ll 51940. 5" ,f-'1Gi3lm an 3 Q seas ., gf- gy . . if uv Frances D. Kelly: "People who lack ambition," are people whom she doesn't like. She straightens the books all day long. She learned how to he a librarian at the U. of Wisconsin and the Platteville State College. She has a Ph.Nl. and a BA. in Education. Williani Koenig: "Be Prepared," is often heard hy his Al- gebra and General Math classes. He has a BA. in Edn- cation, which he received frotn the Xfhitewater State College at Whitewater, XN'isconsin. Gilbert lt'rez1ger: He doesn't like people who make mistakes and then say. 'AMy fault." He enjoys teaching Physical Education and Social Problems. He received his BA. degree at Marquette. 1fili,IfllI1l,l'l',' llc thinks he is getting too old and nninlm . . . nothing bothers him, He receixed a l'r.pX. in lidncation from XYlllll'W1ll6'l' State College. an NLS. and a l'lt.Nl. from the lf of Wisconsin. His time is spent teathing ns how to lilow ami play a horn. 3- 3 lawn .l'lf,illlIlll'H.' He likes to grzule .Xniericaii and XX'oi'ltl Histoix tests. He has ai IBA. in 'I'eat'liing of Social Slutlies nhith he refeixetl from the ll. of Illinois. lirm' .llrllmmldx She dislikes people who tlon't have time l0N'Ul'k.SllClC2lC'l'lL'Sl':llgllSll3llllSlJlHliSh,h2lNlI1g earnetl at ISA. ut N. X, State College and an NIA. at the I . of lVist'onsin. TO ALL WHO GUIDE OUR SELF-APPRAISAL AND OBJECTIVE ATTITUDES 1.11 lftllrr .'v!'ff1'llllIl!l.' He is another ineinlmei' of the Ylz' .llt.X'1'1l: She tloes not think inufh of the "noontinie thinkers." Business Etlnczitioii is her specialty. She re- Ceixetl zi ILS. lioin Wliitt-waiter State College :intl an Nl..-X. fioin the l'. of Iown. V unti-guin chewing tlulm. He lt-:irnecl the 2lI'l of Printing at Stout State College, Phyllis .X'urrni: liiscourteous people are her pet peeve. She In In tezithes English to the 9th and lflth graders, having earned a BA, ill Simpson College, Intlianola, Iowa. llil Ransom: She dislikes the student who tloesn't know hon to listen. Her fzuorite tlzisses are speech and l0th giznle linglish. She ict-eixetl het' BS. at Platteville State tiollege :intl :in NLS. ill the l'. of Xkistonsin. ll ,iurx 1,r1zt'r1':1rw Ntrultfm: Correcting papers is his pet peexe. He jwunm' Rwk: Het' iznorite saying is, "It never rains, hilt it pours." She dislikes tain-when it pours. She likes teaching Physicztl liducation whith she learned how todo from the l'. of Wisconsin and LaCrosse State College. with at ll.S. lluzfirl R. Ross: One of the latest additions to our faculty, he began teaching Freshmen English the second semes- ter, He reeeixed a Il..X. at Central Stzite College, Stevens l'oint. He serxed as the Yahara Advisor the second semester. fiwngf' l1'. Sltefelkws He dislikes "disinterested parents." He has a B.S. from Stout State Teachers College and teztehes Nlechzinieztl Drawing and .Xrcltitectural Draft- ing. s Q If0III'I'1 Spiruzzzi: 'An' shir 'n y'd niver giss oi wuz Irish." He doesn't think people who live in glass houses should throw stones. He has a B.S. from Notre Dame and an NIA, from the lf of Wisconsin and teaches Citizenship and l'hssical 1-Qducation. teaches Biology. hzning received his ILS. front Miscon- sin State lezichers College at Stexens Point. 1 fd' Est? llrnx' Niilliwm: She dislikes Cl.X'l'S! Honternaking is her fas xorite tlztss. She refeixetl a BS. at the lf of Wisconsin. 'll me Paul 'I'lmmp.mn: The student who talks without permis- sion is his pet peexe. He teaches Social Prohleins, serves as Guidance Director and takes care of attendance. He holds ai ILS. which he receixed from Milton College. Donn ll'l:r'a'le'V.' He dislikes liI.l'1.S.' He received a BS. from the l'. of Wisconsin and non' teaches Science to junior High students and Freshmen. I.. time Il'1'l.mn: He is often heard saying, "Get Busy." His specialty is American History. He received a BS. from the Platteville State Teachers College. Richard Il'ingert.' His pet peexe is the student who says "I can't." He directs the activities in our machine shop. He holds a ILS. in Industrial Education from Stout College. AND CHART TOURS THROUGH REALMS OF ART AND SCIENCE. Mr. Wilson and a class of juniors chart the course ot History. F- wifi WW SEMN1, PEOPLE V ARIED CLASSES 4 prshgsllrg 11.215512 ll X Ill! CII S Nff 110 111 111 X11 11 1 1 V 1 1 7 L P' 4 1 C' 1 413 ,-. X.. k1K1lIUllg11O 11110115 pages. 11111 11'111gc1:1g1i111p1c111 111s 1 1' I 111 S11111g1111111 High. 1X1t111111g11 1111-11' 111-1 I1l111I16'N11Il11 11111111 ' IIS .1111 X111 1111, Illllllf 1111-1 1111 1110 lfllll- 1 .V 1 'l'g1l1ll 1ll'l'11.1gC. Judy Amundson: To the honor society she found her '54 BEGAN A NEW OUTLOOK ON LIFE FOR OUR SENIORS 'ffdgkiige glfjerhe 'Q7Jila5se" ABLE SEN IORS It seems that all good things must come to an end, so it was with our final year at Stoughton High. We shall never forget the wonderful friend- ships which made our high school lives so full and complete. Nor shall we forget the experiences which will be eternal in our memories. With our final year came our final attendance, as students of "S.H.S.," at many social events which were related to our academic lives. Prom, Snowball, and Homecoming reigned as highlights of our high school days. As graduation day approached, we were filled with mixed emotions. With anticipation we looked forward to the future. With a feeling of sadness we make our final exit. way, with plenty of work and some of play . . . A future UAV. student . . . Band l, 2. 3, 45 Class Treasurer 2: Class Play 35 Forensics 25 CAA l, 2, 3, 4, Secretary 45 National Honor Society 35 One Act Play Committee 2: Philo 3, 4. President 45 Prom Committee 35 Holder of Spoon 35 Home- coming Queen 45 Youth Council 3, 4. Earl Anderson: A sense of humor is a great thing . . . Plans to go on to school . . . A Capella l5 Basketball l, 2, 3: Letterman 35 Class Play 35 Football l, 45 Intramurals 1, 23 Librarians 35 Prom Committee 35 Record Club 3: Youth Council 3, 4. Mirhael Anderson: As amiable and good natured as he can be . . . Plans to go into service . . . Band 1, 2, 35 Class Vice President 35 Class Play 35 Intramurals l, 2, 3: One Act Plays 2. 35 Parrot 45 S-Club 3, 45 Tennis l, 2, 3, 4, Letterman 2, 35 Youth Council 3. 4. Ronald Anderson: A man of few words . . . A future farmer. . . FFA l, 2, 3, 45 Intramurals l, 2, 5, 4. W-V., 4 .qt nib 335, Rirlmrfl ,'lXlf'.XIlH.' X nmtlt-st mann with nmny fricntlw. l'llllI9 influtlc xtluml ut taunting. llatwkvllwall 41 Football 43 l'l' X 3.4: lntrzuntuztlsflz slD1lIl9llll'll'9 Club-1. llhlfm .'1fklllXU7l.' He hits thc heights in more than one wt1x,HciN goingIngoiulutl1t'st'l'xitt'.llzlskvtluztll l. 2. fl, 41 SlltDI'lNlIll'll" Illulm fl, 43 lrzitk fl. lfmrlk ,4llgllXflH1'.' X ntztn of tllllvl ways zuul flush of gvnius. Ht' plants tu gn un to School. Flf X l,2. fly Spun lNlllL'll'S C.lul14. llntr linlflnls. Xl.unx lricntlx :nv lst-ut-1 lllllll titlttw . .. I tgutxlcttt-tl lunu Xlgullxuu I vnttgtl I ...fmtttg nun x4'IXllC tntl tltt-n un tu Ntluml Cl:tvl'l.uitvn1lulIlL'C.l1lwmllrltll 1, ll. 4: lout-tn1.tn Tl. l: fmll I: lnttgunutulx 2. fl. 4: X111- ucgtztu lbgttuvtx fl. li l'lHlII flutnrnttu-L' ll: Rvcfntl K lull fl: SKlulm'l.l1XX1twlllnQfl Ilmmn Iifnlr' lhuuu,h ht-t llluxh ix wt-ll-known. hm Nl'l'flN nl lIll'll1lNlllP gut nc-ll xnwn , ., lo thc lXX-l.l'2lLIlll'N . .. C. X X l. 2 3. l. St-ttvttux .l. l'H'NltlK'lll '41 flztsx l'lztx Unn- uuttvt- -li Xlhlt-tit llrvzntl 1. SClllL'lfil'X' l ICLINHICI lg llilllfll ', fl. l, Nun lwlilm fl. hlilnt lg Plulu fl, -lj l'unn flflHIIIllllCC Ilulfmrl Ifnul Xu alll zuuuntl lt-lluu .. . luining tht' Yuu ix lux plan ...SIJUIlNIlll'll.Nflllll1fl. Sul nirlzlrwv-11' llc' tum hix nm Ilutvutglt Qfluml. HL plants to tztlw Xgxitultutxnl l".llL1llll'l'l'lllg2ll If of XX'isCons I'mwlmlI: I-untlwztll l, 2. fl: ltl- X I. J. fl. l: S I lull 4 l ltuk I.J..l.l.rtruun.n1J..l, lNllllNXlllllcl l unknuwu. X lllllIIi'NL'll1'l.llX, llzu Ibglpyiff ,lmlfvmm Quict in ztppvaltallttc' with nmtix nl 2: l'llX 2. fl. 4: C-XX l. 2. fl. lg l.IlYlLIll.lllN gl. lg Rt-tmtl 4.lulm -l. ..-4' 'rf Qf"'Y 'Ni' S5 SJ I 14' fm' if X 1 ' s -J '1 6, M 'N 53. wig if Ilwirr lirmizll: A quiet young man, but a valued friend . . . .X future farmer . . . Baseball l, 2, 3, 4, Letterman 35 Football l. 4: lflrfji l. 2, 3, 4. ,Sonja Iirrkke: lfull of vigor, dash, and go . . . she's dif- ferent froni the rest sou know '..., -X future lT.VV. student . . Badger Girls' State 31 Band l. 2, 3, 4: Class President 4' Class Play Student Director 33 Forensics l, 2. 3, 43 FTA l' CX1. l. 2. 3. 4, Vice-President 45 Philo 3, 43 Post Prom Committee Kiln: 33 Student Council 43 Youth Council l, 2 3. 43 Yahaia 4: Make-un Editor 4. Riclmrzl lirirign: A good disposition is far preferred to gold .... X future serriceman . . . "Live and Learn." james Iimughlori: Helping others makes him gay: and with the girls he has a was . . . May ioin the Navy '... A Cappella lg Band l, 2. 3: Baseball 4, Basketball 1, 2, 3. 4: Class Plas 4: Football l, 31 Intramurals l. 2. 33 Norwegian Dancers 2: One-Act Plas' lg Prom Committee 33 Record Club 3, 45 Tennis 4: Track 3: Youth Council l: 2, 3. 4. '55 FOUND THEM MORE ACCUSTOMED TO THE SCHOOL S,1fVff'l' Bl'Il.f!'g!II'.' XVinning is he If r way and pleasant is her smile . . .Class Plas Committee 3: FHA l, 2. 3. 43 I-'TA . ' r l. 2. 3. 4, CAN l, 2. 3. I, ,lor Iiuhk: An artist supreme. personality serene . . . A Cappella 2. 3, 43 Forensics l. 23 GLX 3. 43 Clee Club 41 Youth Council 3. 4. Kennellz CllI'IN'Ilfl'I'.' .X good guy with a likeable per- sonalits' . . , Going into service . . . Baseball 3, 4, Rifle Club 3, 4, L shcrs Club 4, Record Clu let luhn f.'l7'lXfIl,ifIf'I'XlIlI.' 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Ill-l plans llllllllll'1'Illll'I i'll'lIll'llliiIX lc-:llllillg nl ll1'lIl1ll ussisllllg. lllllltl l. 2. fl. 11 f.ll1'1'llt'illlt'I I. 2. fl, -lg flglss l'lllxs :lj l'llIl'IlNllN I.2. fl, lg K. XX l. 2. fl. -li NUlXX'Cgl2ill llgllllg-ls 2, fl. lg Ulll' Xll l'lax 1.2: l'llllu fl. 'lp l'lUlll cllllll- Illllll't'3Q l'IUlIl f1lll'l'llflQ SIll4ll'lll fllllllllll l. 2. 3, 4, llulls- llll'l 2. Xiu' l'll-slllclll fi. l,lCNlIll'lll lg Ytllllll Klullllcil l, 2 fi, l. llUlllL'l0llllllg Xllcllrlzllll -4 S2 .Smnlrr I-'n.w1ul: A little nonsense now ancl then is rel- ishetl hy the wisest inen . . . Going on to school . . , Intra- murals l, 2. fl, 43 National Honor Societv 35 Science Club ii Carol loan fifmrd: Her way is all her own . . . To be Y' it fi, a secretarx' is het' aim . . . FHX l. 2. 33 FTA 45 Prom Com- ,fag mittee 3: Youth Council 4. y S Wi' T .Hari f'.IPI'fl1l'j',' Evet'slmtly's frientlg nolmotlfs enemy . . . ans include more education . . . A Cappella 4: Badger is Stale flg lliscussion fi. li Forensics fl. -li Science Clulm 5 ,43 Youth Council l. lransfetretl fronr North Muskegon High School 3. .x'YI1HlI'-1l.WlIll.'Xl'll2ll is life without a little mischief . .. K future tiller of the soil . , . FFA l. 2. 3. 4: lllllllllllllillli l A' 'l 4' 9tJortsrnen's Club -l' XYrestling l 0 Iirfzirrlx' fierllrrf Sonic clay a steno' she will he, this dark tnaitl of jollity .... X future secretary . . . FHA 1.23.41 . 1 f,.X.K 3. 41 Parrot 4. 'lm' fir'Hr'1l.Sl.' You never know what he's up to. until ht-'s accoinplislretl it . . . Plans inclncle college . . . Football 43 Parrot 43 S-Cluli 41 Science Cluh 4: Science Cluh 4. Trans' fetletl from Louclomille, Ohio. Rolwrf fiirlrllwv' He has a heatl to contriie, a tongue to persuatle, ancl a hantl to execute mischief , . . Plans to go into the service . . . Intramurals l, 2. 3. 4: Rifle Club 41 l'sht-rs Clluh l. 2, fi. 4. Dmfirl fijeslon: To talk is one thing, to say something is another . , . The l'. of Wisconsin awaits this hoy for a course in engineering .... AX Cappella 2. 3: Badger Boys State 3: Band l.2. 3, 4: Class Plax 33 Forensics 2. 3. 4, Vice President 31 Sportsn1en's Kiluh 3. 4: Student Council 3. Ielllllllll f1I1l!ll',' OI1. for 1111110 like hiln . . .Going 11110 scrxiu '... Ililllll I. 2. fl: B2lit'Il2lll 2, fl, -1: Ilzlskctlmll l, 2. 3.14: Claw l'11'z1sl11C1 I: I'1'cQi1l1-111 3: Claus Flaw fl. '41 F1101- l1z1II I1 IIIIIZIIIIIIIIIIN I. 2, fl. lg Nr111vcgi1111 IJ1l111'1'1s fl. -I: fjlll' ,.1.1 - ' 1 1 1 ' ' X11 I'I.1x 1, I 111111 c,1HllllIIlIK'l'.I1 lost IIOIII 33 Il'lllllN I. 1111111 f111llixl1.wn1: X lion 2llll0Ilg'l2l1IION is 21 1111111 1IIICIl1I' Inl thing . . . I'lz111s 111 I11-:1 I-IlllIll'l' . . . Ilnnfl 2. fl. I: l-'FX I:Sp111'lx111c11x1.l11I1II: I1'llllIN 2. x . bf Ilirmr I'fI1l7'l'ISlH1,' 'I ln- 101121111 gcnllcnlcn p1'cI'c1'l1l11111I1's . . . Nnrsvs 'I1'11i11i11g is IICI' flIIllI'C plan , . . Class Play 3: I-'111'c11si1s 2. fl. 'Ig IfH.X I. 2. fl: IIis1111'iz1n flg GAA I. 2, 5, 43 I'I1iI11 lg I'111111 f211111111i111'c fl: Rcuvrcl fllllll 4. 'I'11'11x11rc11 43 FN X. 8111111111 llr1l11111w11: She has ll smile lllill wim hcl mam 111611111 ..,. X f111111c s1c1111g1z1pI1c-1' . . . Class SC1'l'ClEiI'N 45 CII11wI'I111 fl: FIIX I, 2, fl. 43 KLXX l.2. 3.43011-c CIl11I133 I.IlJlIlll'lllII 2: fflli' X11 I'Iz1x fI11111111i111'1' I: l'111'1'111 2. 3. 4: I'l1iI11 3 4 .llflll llr1r11m1.' X NIIIIIIN 1Iisp11s11i1111wI1l1z1l1c:111l1cz11i11g 11110 . .. Xf1111111-s111'1'c'Iu11,.,I"H.K I. 23 CNN I. 2. 3, 43 l'1'11111 C111111111l11'1' fl: R1-111111 f.llIll fl, 41 Y11111I1 C.1111111iI fl, -I. llfnlmrf ll11111rrl,'I"111 lIL"NI1 jullx g11111I Icllrm' . . . RIII1- f,lr111rl1' !.11r1rI1'111m,' lnllx 111 1I1sp11s1111111 z1111I Iuvzll 111 IINIIIII . . . I l.111x 111 go 111111 X11111clI'1111cs,.. X C..1ppc'll.1 gxkvllmzill 2' IlIIl"lllIlll'llN I " 'l 4' Rl'llll'll Club 3 4' '11 1.l11l1 I. 2. .I. lg Xtllllll 1.1111111'1l 11, 61111111 f1Il7IVllIll.' Sha-'s 1 1 ' ', , 2 fzlxp I ' IX '1 .... lllllll' DClll'lI Xssisl' 11I I. -. .I. I. f.Il1Klll.l1lLl I. J. 3, I,1.l.1ssl'l.1y C11111- is 5525952 fregaxxzw W2 'rf-fr V7 lhrmf Ilojfmnrr: Clalrnness is a great advantage . . Plans to go into the Navy . . . Football l, 2. 3, Letterman 3: S-Cllnb fl, 43 Track 3, Wrestling 3, 4. lmzriri Holmn: Plentv of good nature and lots of fun make him well-liked bv everyone . . . going into Armed Forces ..,. 'X Cappella l3 Class Play Connnittee 33 Student Council 3. linger Horner: .X worker-vet alwavs readv to have a good time ..., loining the Nam .... X Cappella l3 Baseball li liasltetball lg Class Play 33 Football l, 2. 3. Letterrnan 2. 32 lntlalnurals l. 3, 43 Norwegian llAilllCI3 2. fl, One .Xct Play 23 Prom Corrnrnttee 3: S-Club 2. All Student Council 3. Irmrl Rm' l1ow'If1m1: Dignity and reserve are two of the graces wliith she possesses . , , Class Plax Comnrittee 33 PHX l. 2. fl. ig K. XX l, 2, fl. -I3 jr, Red Cross lg National Honor Soeietx 33 Parrot 43 I'hilo 3. 4. .Samir llfoiwls Lauglring eves and llashing smile, clrarrning waxs and lots of slxle . . . Band l. 2, 3. 41 "B" learn Cheer leader 2: Cllass Secretary 2: Class Play 31 Foren- Nts I. 2. fl. 43 C, X X l. 2. fl. -4: Norwegian llariters 2, fl. 43 1 o 1 4 1 ' - , J J ' One Xct llay -, fl, larrot 3. -43 l lnlo ,l, -1, lost l rorn Lorn- initlvt- flg Student Connfil ll Youth Council l. 2. fl. -1. Phil Hr1rr'kin.wnr.' He may seem shi, but he is one swell gin .... X future farmer '.... Xthletic Board 43 Basketball 2. ll. el: Letterman 2. 3. 43 Class President 13 Class Plav 35 Football l, 2, fl. el. Letterman 2, 3. 4g FFA 43 Norwegian llanfers 2, 3. 4. ltmmlrl llf-in:r'rollr: il'here's a little bad in every good box .,,. X future LIXV. student .... X Cappella l, 2, 3, 43 Football l, 23 jr, Red Cross l, Vice President li One Act Play 33 Scierrce tllnb 2, 3, 43 Sportsrnen's Club 43 Track l, Letlerrnan I3 l'shers Club 23 Yahara 2, 3. Carolm' Ililrlvf Quiet, plus personality ..., ' X future nurse . . . Class Play 33 Forensics l, 23 FNA 3, 4, President 33 One .Xct Play Committee 33 Parrot 3,41 Prom Committee. 40" S louiw' Iugiulium: .llwaxs iolls. aluaxs kincl, she is the gill we like just line , . . X future Sl'l'l'Cl1ll4N . . . Rand 1.2. i 1 - A t - 3, 4: I- X X l. 2. 3, l: l'iom taniiiiiirtet- .li RecoirlC.lt1hfl.4, Ion-rll lnrolnmi: Hes nliat xou Could fall a miglitx' llllk' fellow . , . lfootliall l. 2. fl. -1: l"I7X 2. fl.-13 lllll2lllllll'1llS 2. fl. li 'ltarlt fl, li ll'rt-stling 2. fl. l. Ilrarmn Ix'1'f'min: .X million dollar personality . . . Plan- ning to attend lfll' .... Class Play 3511,-XX l, 2, 3,41 Parrot 3. bl: l'hilo 3, l. Setrelari fl: l'rom Committee 3. lx'arf'r1 lKillf'lI.' I-'ull of lun, she greets eieryone .... -X future nurse . . . Class Plax 33 GXX l, 2, 3, 43 Philo 3, -13 Prom fionnnittee fl: I'ost Prom 3: Youth Council l. 2, 3. 43 FNX fl. Rohm! IK'l1lll'S1IlI.' .X happy persotialilx' is heyoml a prime . . .X future serviretiiztti . . . Rifle Cluh 3, il. Dunm' Klrzfwzx If capability and personality brought riches. hell he a millionaire . . . .X future teacher . . . Base- hall l. 21 Class Play 33 I-'oothall I, 2, 3. 4, Letterman 3, 43 VFX 23 Intramurals l, 2, fl, 1: National Honor Society 3: Norwegian Hunters 3. -l: Floor Lezuler 41 Prom Committee 315-Club 3, el. Presimleut 43 Wrestling 2, 3, 4, Letterman 2. 3, Captain 3. cn-' 'hav' T137 '56 BROUGHT THE PROM AND MANY OTHER MEMORIES nun Ixlfwn 1 oulx ix tx to hut t fiient is to one . . . Contig lllln NCIXICC . . . Baseliall l, 2. 3, 43 Foot l. 2. 3. l. l.CllClIll1lIl 2, 3. lg Flfl 2, 33 S-Club 2, 3. 4. 7 7' 4? sd It' --' x f Nd .llfnilxn .II1'lflcf'lwn1.' In ber 'twas natural to please , . . Going on to business college and secretarial work . . . C NX I3 l.llll'2lll1lllN .I, I: One ,Xtt Plas f.tllllIlIlllCC 33 Patriot 'I. I. Don Alma- Nlcn ol feu uouls are the best of men . . . X future tonserxauionisl . . . Baseball l, 2. fl.-1, l.ettt'rinan IZ lfoorlmll 2. fl. -I3 llIll2lllIllll2llN I, 2. 3. VI: Sportsmen's Club 0 if 'l. 4. .Ilan Lou .lion Clex er. kind. and always sweet to exery- one ulnnn she doth meet . , . She is bound for Stout Insti- tute . . . Class Iitutsurer YI: Class l'lav Committee 3: FH X l. 25 ty X X I, 2, fl. -I1 l.llIl'Z1llZlllSil.'l.l,IC4lllClIl 3: National Honor Sncivlx Il. I, l,1lll'0l fl. '41 I'lnlo 3. 4: Student Council 4. Xmmun .llurf X quiet man, but quite a man ..,. A lb' letic Boznxl 3: Baseball 2, 3. Letterman 2. 33 Class Vice President l, llresidenl 23 Football l. 2. fl. 4. Letterman 2. 3. 41 llllllllllllllils 2. fl. -I1 Norwegian Dancers 2. 3. 41 S-Club David 1.rn'wn: A grand sense of lnnnor and a person- alitx to match , , . Going into serxicc ..,. 'X Cappella lg .ttlmletit Board 2. 3, 4, I'rc-sidcnt 43 Class Play Committee 33 lfoollmall l. 2: Norwegian Dancers 2, 3, 41 Post Prom 31 Record Club fl. President ill Student Council 3. -4: XX'restling I. 2. 3, 4. Philip Alrrmmz: Nei cr fails to have a kind word and a snnle for eielxone, C.arpentrx IS his ann. Baseball 2, 3, 4: lflfl l, 2. fl. -I: Intrznnurzlls l, 2. 3. I: Sportsrnen's Club 4. Alvin .llullimns To chase monotony he uses his brain . . . lllans to study Chemical Engineering at lf of IYisc0n- sin ,.., X Cappella 2. 35 Band l, 2. 3, -lg Discussion I, 2: lfmc-nsics I, 25 Intramurals l, 2, 3, 45 Prom Committee 3: Post l'rorn 33 Sportsmen's Club 3. 41 Tennis l. lirlzvarrl .llwzrwss Girls are a nuisance, but it's nice to ban e one , . . Nlichigan State College will open its doors to lnni in the field of Landscape Architecture .... -X Cappella I: .Xllrletit lloaicl 4. Vice President 43 Class Play Committee fl, llarkroorn Boys 3: Golf I, 2, 3, 4, Letterman 33 jr. Red Cross lg librarians 23 Record Club 33 Science Club 2, 3. 45 Sportsmen's Club 3. 4: Student Council 4. fs of-N" Rawnmirl Nagel: A merry heart goes all day long . . . A sad one tires in an hour .... X future fainter . . . FFA - -. - cy 3, 43 Sportsnien s C.Iuh -. 3, 4. IKIIIUIPXH Xelxun: So sweet the hlush of hzishfulness . . . Iland 2. 3, 4: Class X'icefl'1esident 43 Class l'lay Committee 3: CAA I. 2. 3. 4: I.ihrarians 43 Prom Conunittee 35 Record Cluh 3, Vice-President 3: Student Council 3: Teens 2: Nlzijorite 2, 3, 43 Youth Council 4. .llzzrgnret .N'el.mn: .X striking girl with eyes of hrown, a ready smile and never a frown . . . Class Vice-President 33 Class Play 3: G.-LX I, 2, 3, 4: llr. Red Cross I1 Philo 5, 4, Vice-President 4: Prom Committee 33 Youth Council I, 2, 3, 4. Mnrilvn .Yelxonf I nexer dare to he as funny as I can ....X future nurse . . . Band I, 2, 3,43 Class Play 33 Forensics I, 2, 3: C.-XA I, 2. 3. 4: One-Act Play I. 2. 3: Philo 3, 4: Prom Committee 33 Youth Council l,2. 3, 4. 5' sl C' "is Kale Nirlzollx: The good and the wise. lead quiet lives . .X future methanic . . . Band I. 2. 3. 4: FFA 2, 3, 4 ranuirals 3: Track 3 Cmnl ixvlflfllll' Common sense is genius at our age . . 'I . I . 1 s A X Lapptlla I, Band I. 2. 3, 4: Class Plas' Committee 3 F FX I, 2. 3, 4: C-.XA I ' 3 lg Parrot 2, 3, 4: Philo 3, 4 uth Council I. 2. 3. 57 BROUGHT TO A CLOSE THE MOST WONDERFUL YEARS OF THEIR LIVES fagaf-cf ,z 6' suv' Pf'tc'r .X't'x11Il11'r: Not seriotts, not too gay, hut really a swell guy .... X Cztppcllzt 3: llztnd I, 2. 3, -ll S-Cluh 3, 43 I I tcls I.-1Xl1c-stlingI,-.l.ettetinan-gXouthCouncil 3, 4. .gk .Yanfr Ulwn: She's never left speechless ..., 'X future sectetarx . . . Cilztss Play Connnitlee 33 FH X 2. 3: CLXX l, 3: jr. Red Cross I. .Shawn Or-Inzans She is gtelll fun . . , Her htunor is so infectious ..,. X future Nlarquette stutlent . . . liztncl 3, -lg Class Secretary 33 KQXX l. 2, 3, 4, Red Cross lg Youth Council 2, 3. 4. ul! Las fa, Clmrlfns f,1Vf'l'f!IlI!f."lf you want artytliing clone ask a ,U liusy :nun todo tt! . ..lill12ll'2l l.2, 3, 4, l-.ditor 43 A Cappella 2, 4: Badger Bovs' State 33 Ilancl I, 2, 3, 43 Class Plav 3: Dehzite 2, 3. -I3 Discussion I. 2, 3, 43 l'orenstcs I, 2, 3, -lg Golf I, 2. 3, 4. l.etterrnztn l, 2, 3, 43 One Act Plays 2: Post If President 2: Student Council l, 2, 3, 4. til Anlwll Png4': .X girl with ai smile is at girl worth while . . . .PX future sec'ret:n'y . . . Band l, 2, 3, 43 Class Play 3 Forensics 2, 3, -lg GAA 1, 2, 3. 4: FTA 41 jr. Recl Cross -lg One ,Xct Plzty Klonnnittee 33 Patrrot 3, 45 Philo 3. 43 Youth Council 2, 5+ 9- -'f Alarm' l'f'le'r.xun.' lS'hen you knots hitn youll like hiin . . , Cllztss Platt Clonnnittee 35 Proni Clotntnittee 31 Record tlluli Al: Student Counci I4. is ,ai Ron I'ij:cr: .X little shi Ill first hut he makes up for it Iztter ..., X futttre fatrnter . . . lfootlnall 33 Sportsrnc-n's Cluh Lu' l'lu'lip.s: lnxcxuixe ziltxzns, including school and fun . , . l"l".X l. 2. 3, 4: Spot'tsrnen's Cllulv 4. Pronr llonnnitlee 33 S-Clluli -Ig Science Cluli l, 2, 3, 4. Vite WZ? llmnns Qunlw: l.c1'x lip il up. lhm' umtgllu' stage on ulmlm lu- Nl2llli'll . , . lim:-lwzlll 2. fl: lfoorlmll l. 2, 3, 4. lc-Iu'ln1zm fl: Spollmwnk Cllulr fl. lg lumix lg XX'r0slling Fi, l, l.m'llm-Imam fl. pl. linlrrnn Rlrl1lrz.'XuXc'l imllc il lll0llll'lll but mlwcrful :mal lllllllglllllll ol ollu,-is . . , l'l2ll1Nfl'l'lkl'll from New I.islzol1 2 ..K'Izlw Plan CIommittvc fl: C- X X 2. fl, -li Prom Ilommillu' . . I l Xouth flllllllll ' 3.-l. loan Rurk.s: ll zlppx zllwzlw. sludious somclimcw , . , 4 law l'l11X c.UlllIlllllCC' Tl: l4H X fl. bl: Recorder 43 GAA l, 2, l, 4. Yzwnnzr lfllflllf .X pc-me-lull girl is xlw. nml u llllCl coulml nom hc ,... X llIllllL' NCCITILIIX .... X Cluppcllu fl: Claws Play l Claw l'luX f.UlllllllllCC 31 l'Ul'L'IlilCS l. 2. fl. 41 l-HA l. 2, l -l. l'rcw14lc'nl flg1.XX l.2. fl.-l.X'i1c l,l'CNl1lClll 1:1-lcc Club l l.llDl'lll'lllllS I. X100 l'lkK'Nl4l0lll l: l'a1'x'ol 2. 3, 4. Hcacllinc lclllor flg l'lllllb fl, lg Slmlm-ut cllllllfll l. 4. lm' SllIllIXUll.' X llllllllfll goorl uillxoul Pll'li'llNC, lnlcswml XXIlll lc-:norm llllll mo mmon wmv .,.. X llllllll' clcmcnlzny . . . . - . 1 lvuclwl' . . . Llzlxs l'lz1X c.UlIllIllllCl' .53 l'UlCllNIC'N .lg l4ll.'X 2. l, 41 K..X X 2. fi. lg l'urrol 41 l'l11lo 3. 4. Ifnnfzlrl Slmu.'Ol1, lllc' gallant ll4lIClk'S life: it is thc lxcsl of :mx , . . llc IN going into thc .Xrmc-ll lforccs . . . llzmrl l. 2. fl, 1: lntrznmnnlx 41 SIJUYIHIIICIIYS Cllulx fl. 4. Sc-clclau 4: lAl'IllllN l. 1 if I . S -au? ,C is tra .- '19 'il' w Y vi r ,L' ,J . r. .w .-,.. -.f ' A Qu' ,,. 73- 's ' v '11, .Xlmlr SkfIlfllXX.' X Illli'l gm um ncvcr hc llflllllll lllfllgll om- man look thc' uollfl ulouml . . . l'l'.X l, 2. fl. 41 Xu 9 Xlffmm 81111111 funk: .X flllltl sllll of gill null om' wc Io Lnou . . . X l,llllIl1.'Hlllill'llllll llznpvrs ll:-ulux Smllool cold C. xx Jam vw Doug Slulwz: He greets the worltl with a quiet smile . . . .X Illllllk' carpenter . . , I-'ootlnall I. 2, 33 Sportsmen's - 1 Lluh 5, 4. lvilz SUIIIFNI Xlen who know little are usually great I1lIIs4'l'N, lull men who know murh say' little . . . Footlmall I. 2. 33 Intramurals 33 SIXOIISIIICIIIS illuli 3, 4, II'C1lSlIICl'3. Plesitlent -I. lm' 'l'lmmvn: ,X pleasant disposition is welcome any'- where . . . joining the seryiee . . . Prom Committee 33 Youth Louncil 3. 4. Pl1y'lli.y Tolly: liyeryone is proutl of Iliff, hers is an un' clelinahle rliarni .... X future secretary . . . Class Play' Com- mittee 33 lforensirs 2, 33 FHA l, 2, 3, 4, Historian 2, Treas- urer 33 GIA 2. fl. -I3 Glee Club 33 Parrot 2, 43 Philo 3, 43 Prom Committee 3. it-f 'I 1 ff' Ifilmfn .Sjwrlrmis Charming, sweet andfever so n at ,, . X future IIW. stuilent . .. Yahara 43 Band I, 2 3 4 "IS" I 1-ani filieetlearlei 23 Class Play' Committee 33 I-'orens I "1 -X X I " 3 -I' One Xrt Play' I' Parrot 3. 43 Philo 3 4 Prom Klominittue 3: Youth f.0llIlllI I, Z. 3, 4. june! Slokslrzrl: She works, she plays, does this does IIIZIIQ hut most of all she likes to chat . . . A future nurse Ifoiensics 2, 3, 43 PHX I. 23 CAA 2, 3, 43 Parrot 3. 4 lhilo sq tfxx 11. g jerry 'l'1o'r1z'r: A hunting we will go . . . Known as Buck . . . Yahaia 43 .X Cappella I, 2, 3, 4, Treasurer gl Ba 2, PI, 43 Baseball 23 Class Play 33 Debate 23 Discussion Ifootliall I, 2: Iforensits I, 23 Intramurals 2, 3, 43 One A Play 2, 33 Patrol 3, 'I3 Science Clluh 3, 4, President 3L LSI C It Ii I 1 t . Paul 'l'1H'7ll'I.' Neyer happier than when he can golf .X future l'. of Minnesota stutlent . . . 'l'o fail is human lo lorgiyv tlixiue . . . Ilantl I. 2, 3, 43 Basketball I. 2 hall 23 C.oII I. 2. 3, II. l.etlerni'ui I 2 3 4' Pariot 3. -I3 Prom Committee 3 Intram ura tl I.xr1r1e I'1I1'r.' .X lilting xoife, a fiiendly sinile. and a helping hand . . , She plans to go into lll4'll'll1llltll5lI'lg . . . liind I. J, .L l, f'llt't'Ill'2lllL'l Il-learn 2: Class Set rt-tary, Class Plat flg loitnsits l 2, ZS, 45 C MX l. 2. fl. -lg One .Net . 4. Pln K Xoiwegizin litmus 2.14: Philo fl. 4, Ploln Coin- t .,. t t lllllltl l Xlllllll Council l. 1, .l. 4. Inu Arm I'efiuu: The .Xl5C's of popularity-ability, beatutx. and cooperation . . . 'l o he a nurse is her desire . . . t Baud I, 2, fl. -43 Class Play 31 l"0l'l'llilC'5 21 CXX l, 2, 5, 4, lreasuiel fl. President -I' One .Xct Plax gl Philo fl, 41 ' 1 rnnnittee fl, Youth Council l, Z, 3. 4. 54 .NM--n-nv' NM x'x Pioin 5- Recoid t.lu N Dun l1'enm.' ,X pleasing peisonality lnings its own ie- ids . . . SPHIINIIICIPS Cluh 3, 4. luhn ll'nru!slurk.' .Xlwais happy, nexei gluin. makes a lnight and cheerful llllllll . . . Plans to eithei go into service get ol get a joh . . , llls alwaxs XX'oodx . . . Basehgdl 2. 3, -lg 'und Lluh 3g Rifle tluh 5 Spoitsinen s C luh 1 Allen lzzigwu' Virk: He says little hut thinks a lot . . . 1 . . l lans lol the future intlude going on to business college . .. h lg Sportsint-n's Clulm 'lg Youth Countil 3. llwll !'1'k1': .X man with a may all his own . . . Plans to he :ui zithletit trainei' , . . Baseball 2, fl, lg I"lf.K l, 2, 3. -1, YiteP1esident-lg Proin Connnittee fl, Pioln King 3: Student t.ouin1l 'lg Wiestling xlilllllgld fl. lmmgf' llring: .X good student and xi good friend . . . 3 foo ht 3 ,'h 'L ri: ns 3: Youth Council ,4. .XiIlHfY ll'f'r1l1.x: Speak gently: let no harsh words mai' the good we :night do here . . . Coing to the l'. of XS'isconsiu and teaching lie in store fox het . . . Baud 2, fl. 'lg Class Plax f.llllllIllllL'l' fl: FIX l. 2, fl, lg junior Red Cross lg laluaiiaus 2. fl. 4, Pariot 3, 43 Proin Connnittee 31 Philo 'leens l. l -4 1. 7 rghefule rzhje Klasse JOYFUL JUNIORS ROIV ONE-Rosalie Bullickson, Olaf Brekke, Susan Olson. ROW TWO-Mrs. Sullivan. Mrs. McDonald, Mr. XVilson, john Peterson, Mr. McConnell. This year we -Iuniors entered Stoughton High School for a third busy year, Hlled with many exciting events. The class of '58 together with their guiding officers: President, Olaf Brekkeg V1're'President, john Peterson: Secretary, Rosalie Bullicksong and T1'6HSlll'67', Susan Olson: worked with their understanding advisors: Mr. XVilson, Mrs. McDonald, Mrs. Sullivan, Mr. McCon- nell, and Mr. Doering to fulfill their expectations. First was Homecoming. This year the slogan for our float was "Pin 'lim Down." The time had then come for us to show our talents in acting as we put on our class play. Our faithful directors, Mrs. Norem and Mrs. Kelly, helped us to present "TattIetaIe." XVe are looking forward eagerly to our Senior year, and we hope it will be as successful and as much fun as this year has been. ROW ONE-R. Ehle, P. Carpenter. R. Drake, Y. Fhle. N. Erickson. ul. Anderson, C. Cristopher. ROW TIVO--I. Christensen. B. Bullard. B. Blandford. M. Rovrc. R. Deneen, J. Benz. L. A. Ecl- wards. C. Crary. ROW THREE-D. Edwards, O. Brekke, A. Dalsoren, O. Bjugstad, M. Brekken, C. Cook, N. Hendrickson. ROII' FOl'R-S, Armstrong, C. Cnrless, B, Flliker. H. Boersma. K. Brvant. RON' ONE: L. Platt, D. Nygaard, A. Norclholm, B. Munson, S. Norgaren, S. Olson. ROII' TWO C. Reese, M. Murkwe, Peterson, j. Peterson, Olsen, D. Nordherg, D. Quale, ROW Tlllflflfj D. Olson, E. Ring, Nl, Olson, bl. Nlll'ClDCSS, Ol'llllZll1. ROII' FOUR: R. Moe, l'. Nelson, 'l'. Rcnvick S. Natvig. ROIV ONE: C. 'l'omlin, Il. Wells, K. Spangler, R. Slraavalclson, F. Skinner, A. Santos. ROW TIVO: H. 'l'ricIoll, IJ. Sersfh, -I. Skznlcm H. Slokslacl, M. Sime, M. Thompson, D. Thompson. ROW 'l'HRli1i: j. Slrommen, G, Swenson. ll, Wick, Witzel, B. Seliini, N. Skoien. ROW FOUR: L. Slater, B. Slater, ll. XVCSIOII, R. 'l'hurnc1', li. Swangslu. O yung 7 liaskc iinfismer SNAPPY SOPHOMORES ROW ONE-J. Lovick, Secretary, Asleson, President, D Hanson, Vice-President. ROW TWO-Miss Diedrick, Mr Koenig, Mr. Stratton, J. Sperle, Treasurer. The class of 1959 started off the year with amazing drive and enthusiasm, under the watchful eyes of their advisors, Miss Diedrick, and Mr. Stratton, working with our eflicient officers: John Asleson, President: Dorothy Hanson, Vice-President, Judy Lovick, Secretary: and John Sperle, Treasurer. First on the class agenda was the sponsorship of the "Bunny Hop Dance," the profits of which proved to be quite an addition to the class treasury. For the first time this year the one-act plays were open only to Freshmen and Sophomores. "The Happy journey," one of Thornton Wilder's unusually strange plays, was presented by the Sophomore Class. The Sophomore Class joined the Homecoming fes- tivities by entering a unique float entitled "We'll Disect Em. ROW ONE-D. Forrer, J. Anderson. A. Doxtator, M. Augustine, K. Berg, J. Bowen. ROW TWO- D. Broughton, C. Bickle. W. Fessenden, R. Berge, R. Classert, G. Ellingson, M. J. Ellingson. ROW THREE-R. Fosdahl, D. Bjugstad, D. Borgen, J. Asleson. A. Berkley, M. Anderson, J. Denzel. ROW FOUR-H. Bitter. J. Beske, J. Atkinson, J. D. Anderson. J. M. Anderson, H. Elvekrog, K. Fortney. Qtnsinhig Igeggnner FRAN TIC FRESHMAN On August 30th scores of students crossed the school's threshold, approxi- mately one-fourth of whom were Freshmen. Some were nervousg others were awed by the size of Stoughton High School. Even those who had previously attended classes in the building showed signs of anxiety. All were excited about their future years at Stoughton High. And why not? Stoughton High was very proud of its large Freshman Class, especially its high goals. The class officers-John Bjoin, President: Beverly Adams, Vice-President: Millicent XVedekind, Sf?fTl'l1l7'y,' Kathy -Iulseth, Trrfnstzrer, planned many parties, dances, and social events. If the new class oihcers have as much ambition as the old, the Freshman Class is certain to have an enjoyable four years at Stoughton High. From the teachers' point of view, the new class seems to be intelligent and willing to work, and should be a credit to Stoughton. ROW ONE-L, .-Xussc, AI, Armstrong, B. Adams. D. Baverv. Brown, C. Auhy. ROW TWO-R. Berge, I.. Crawford, E. Anderson, H. Amarhcr, P. Auberg, B, Blindheim, Bowersox. ROW THREEMR. Benzmiller, B. llrezinski, D. Busch, M. Bullard. B. Anderson, NI. Bluel. ROW FOUR -R, Bills, J. Barlow. D. Xmhle, J. Clilfton. T. Baldwin. A. Crarv. M ..4w.f...,.m.,,k, ,Q ,,', V ' ww Quiz Q4 ' ', 5 15, W ., 'f f I 1 E ' - Eff , mm ,, ,Haw uw f ,Qui f wx ef, .. ,..,, .V vw Q: .4 7 4, . zzlkfff 2 Gi. ' :if PP ,,'QLgf2' 'V' , 4, . gag: Mr . Pk Q4 W, ' M, ' 4 ,,f3w,, ,, .43 A gy, J! 4 s RUN' UNE-D, XVills, ll. Stockslzld, K. 'I'hm'son, I-1. XYnlsnn, Vichdorfcr. C. fdstune. ROIV TIVO-H. 'I.OflC, H, XVoo4lwwck. l-1. Swangslu. M. SIOTLLSOII, E. XVick, D. XVz1ke, YV. XVedekind ROW THREE-D. Stolen, K. Swalhcim, IJ. Vincy, -I, Vike. ml. Toflc, C. Vanden. ROW FOUR- D. XVeun1, .L Swenson. A. Strom, H. YlYi92lkCl'. G, Swohmla. D. XVcrsland. CITIZEN SHIP FROM TWO POINTS OF VIEW. Eineshz glfurmhn UNIQUE CLUBS DOIN! THIN! S up .qw A5 Rx X nfb LJ SPENDING TIME ON A WORTHWHILE PROJECT Mr. ROSS Our Annual Advisor ROW I. Bryant, S. Henderson, S. Brekke, A. Nordholm S Olson N Freund ROW 2. Sperloen, J. Bjoin, l". Skinner, A. Berkley, B. Miehelsen Turner D Mennes Klein. ROW 3...R. Jarvis, H, Pullman, J. Hough, C. Overland H Boersma D Freden berg, L. Haak, A, Fortney. Now that you've seen the book, how do you like it: This is the result of many weeks of hard work by the entire Stall. On Nlondays when the Staff met, we discussed our progress. problems and new ideas. YVC all worked fever- ishly to meet the deadline. We have tried to preserve for you the events of this memorable year at SHS. between the covers of this book. Our special thanks go to our advisors, hir. Dongarra, Mrs. Snow. Mr. Ross and to our photographer, M, Wendt. lVithout their efficient help and new ideas this book would not have been possible. CLARK OX ERL AND Our Editor in Chief INITIALING ASSIGNMENTS AND MEETING DEADLINES XIRS 'NHDON XI Il c Panot s kclus 1 DUNN X Bll Rh The I'cl1to1 li ONI- C Rcesc N Xlclt kccn I Spcxlocn S Hulccl D Blcrlc S Olson C' Co ROI! TH 0 R lsecgln H Xclson Hnntcl I Claxsforcl XI Xloc B Rudd L Haak L Platt XI Thompson B BlCIlllNlxC Nl Xxlllilsllltl Ingl nh un ROI! THRF1 P klcuwer B Ferber D Slgerstacl I' Toftc J Stolcstacl H Pullman R hI'llNlS D Hanson D Foltcr D Mennes Il I-OIR B Bull l IHJSI u mc Iurnm P Turner XI Xncielson llelcllnnes xncl Dc illllIlC5 It s one uclous cncle Nlr NOILIII Guts ll elcome to High School Stuclents S H S Plums llfllllllllllllllg XX lulc Rec llllllg Ptst Rellenstls or ss l c 1 inc Xmu vue some ol tue DI Heaclllnes lhe pallet cont unecl utlcles on news sports l.1shlons jokes spotlight person tl1t1es incl Ill un Olllll spccl nl exents Donna lijtllt hclltcn ulmo tclclecl sue: nl neu le tturts such is the RO l O section xx IS nsslstccl In Ill mx clllclent co XXOILCIS Us Th ' . 'tw' ll RO ' ff-I, '- x.ll. un, i..' " ' 1", . " . , ., Ok. R0 ' ' ' - . arc. ll. K2 'l' G. S 'al lzl, H '. . ', . . . 1 , Gettrust, B. Michelsen. S. Hcnclcrson. EI, Hoxclancl. S. Halvorson, A. Page. . V N' U '. V I ' ." .V .Qu M... ..l. 2 ' ' ' ' ' 1 ' 2. " 2'.'1 5 l' Cla.. l' ay Pros' 1 Clonlusir 'z l , sin'," , l " . '- ' z":z 2' -'1 ' ,. ROW ONE-C. Nitszche. NI. VIQIIUIIIIJNUII, S. Henderson, C. Cook. C. Toinlin, P. Hanson. Amund son. ROII' TWU-I.. Yetnn, I.. l'ttvr, XI. Halyorson. F. Skinner, NI. Danks, j. Phillips, M. Bovre NI. Miller, II. Iihle, P. Dalsoren. .L Normlholm. N. XVclly, I.. Nlattison. ROW THREE-K. Spangler J. Fosclahl, NI, Nelson, B, Ierclcc. H. l,cck. Al. IYeston. ll. lilliker, Il. DenIel,1.. Ingrahanl. D. Mennes IT. Hanson, Christensen. R. lohnxon, ll. lilanclfortl, C. Reew. K. NIcColloch. ROII' FOUR-B The band, composed of about ninety ineinbers, be- gan the year playing lively strains from many well-known marches at the football games. During football season they participated in the "Galaxy of Marching Bands" at Clinton XVisc'onsin, where they took two Iirst places. 'Iihe bantl helpetl to make the Cblnislina-s Concert a fjllf- ,ry cess by presenting an array ol lannhar Christmas favorites. Many members also partifipatecl in the festival at IVhite- water. 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Cappella and Garls Glee Club under the darec non of Mr Dasrud worked dalagentlv to present a number of enjoyable performances The group made als farst appearance an the annual Chrastmas program sponsored by the school As the pacture shows the choar formed a human Chrastmas Tree Some of the members of A Cappella were selected to partacapate an the Mass Chorus vwhach as as held here an Ianuary Durang the renaaander of the year they sang at the SVV E A Conaentaon an Madison and at the Regional Fes mal an Xvhateuater and helped to make graduataon 'a mem orable occasaon The Clee Club loaned the X Cappella at the Sprang Con cert and at Vfhatewater SINGING THE SONGS WE LIKE TO HEAR . . ROI! OAI- D Sagelstad ll Nlleldm X Hagen S Skoaua Xaanstrong B Adams ROW TWO C Auba S Santos Nl Schluu I- Xndeason I Tofte Xl lance ROII THRFF C Hanson B Blandheam K 'lhorson I7 learned I Bllllls Nl Xnduson ROII FOUR I Edwards j Quale 'V Onsrnd Nl Olson I N CSIOII 57 PROBED A WIDER WORLD . . . ACHIEVED HIGHER GOALS 1 UNI nw mu XIIIUIHISUII NI Xclwn M INL Non I I 2 4 Xx I SIIDIJNOH N1 'Hoc I' Spuloen ned I- mmm 7lNon 3 C lomlm NI fhompso Reese B Rudd S l'LlmNon D Byuk I lj'llN0lCll R011 FOI R S Hllxcuon A Page I Hoxc Ill 1 N 'ul C x x Hmscm R llllllckson NI PLILISOH N1 H'1nN0n R I NI SN Ijlillllllx firlzzsm 6 Nun lx Bu ml XI Hwlxmeon C Hlldx D Keelnn X011 10111 9 B11 PHILO i 1 UNI IIIHI IUH1 INN!!! K ' ll N NU lx Ill NI Sllllll N 'ucllsl I 0 Ill N cl Q 1 N R Xlllmmm RUII FIIRII N Frm N lll N xx x c N B H1 un 1 I N 1 1 nu mu 1 I' Vim em ik fm 1 P R Snhmudh Nun mN NUII N umm llll XNlcNon I3 Ohm 4 N XIIIINIIIK SCIENCE CLUB PRACTICED THE ART OF SPEAKING . . . II OX! XI Kucklml 1 1 u ocm Xllltlxo Rf T I r unncll Adznm D lh lc lmnl Nmlson R lullnkson POI! TH um 'L uson ru 1 u H K I-mtl DEBATE DISCUSSION FGRENSICS 'I UNI- I k m sv c 1 S H1111 I-hlc NI SHIIYIIICIS R U wn Rus S l'uuwn D Xlumcs R C ulhc em ICIIIINLI IH ln Cook XI Ihom v I 5 1 ll IINHII X 0 uxwn I S lil: 4 59 R0 ' . ,I .IJ. Xlcnmw. K. Bug. K. NPC ll l, I., , 1 " n III' H' J-QM. NICK. ' , f' , zu -. lf. Gilmlmla. CZ. " in, ll. ' . . L , . ' REE- T 'I cl, I 'I"' , Hr gl . Cf. O -rlzlml. NI. ammm, . ' ' my W 9 9 R0 ' 'Iv' ,l..NIulIi'cn.K.NI C1Ilml1.I.. l'lIcl. '. 1 i1,,l. 1 ., Oli Tl! -IJ. Ihukc. I. Ncl .lrf-ilrimlu.X.Fl't'11ll1l.fI. -- c. ' . ,. 1 ', . Q 'kc n B. B' ' NI, Wcdckixlml. RUN' Tfflflflf' I Il mm-r. X, l'agv.C1. Ikm I' .KL i ', , ." 1 sm. IILIIXUISUII. K. Ilvxg. K. IIIXQIHI. K. Hx 'IIJIll4l. I. H ugh, Xl H11 . X. .'rn'rlh lm. IJ Hal - . I. Hilcly. f '-Lk-. W I V+ ROI1' I. . .R. Grady. D. Biddick. D. Wm-sion. S. .-Xrinslronq. R. Holtan. J. Lunde. P. Hawk- inson, D. Kleven. D. Larson. N. Moe. ROW 2...Miss Reek, S. Haried, R. Gullickson, N. Freund, L. Utter. M. Anderson. A. Nordholm. Amundson, Weston, L. Veum, J. Ehle. PROMOTING FRIENDSHIP WITH THEIR DELIGHTFUL PROGRAMS This was a photo taken during a trip to thi- Folk Fair ut Milwaukvc. fb Y M. ROW 1...D. Learned. R. Dvnvvn. Hovcland. S. Folio. P. Dalsorcn, C. Cook, Rucks, M. Saunders. ROW 2...J. Yvnden. A. Hanson. Brown. S. Kittlcson. L. Bavcry. M. Schultz. M. Straavzxldson. A. Santos. D. Forrcr. C. Crary. ROW 3...A. Nelson, L. Ed- wards. R. Johnson. St. John. L. Hack. B. Wills, Simpson. S. Brusegar. S. Smithback. ROW 4...P. Tofte, N. Jacobson, M. Myhre, R. Ihus, S. Halvorson, V. Anderson, B. Gerber. P. Halverson. B. Rudd. M. Danks. N. Hoel, REPRESENTING THE CONSUMER SCIENTISTS OF TOMORROW ROW 1...NIr. Doering. D. Gcrbcr, A. Dalsoren, Maly, H. Fossen. P. Manson, H. Brandt L. Jacobson. M. Skjolaas. D. Bjordahl. D. Broughton. ROW Rolli, D. Viney, R Moe. Anderson. C. Haas. C. Docring. J. Fursi-th. D. Lyngaas. T. Lunde. D. Quam. M XN'ilc'ox. R. Exvrson. ROI1' 3. . .D. Johnson. H. Spildv. D. Aslcson, R. Halvvrson. P. Hawk- inson. H. Yike. A. Davis. K. Onsrud. J. Norin. M. Nelson. M. School. M. Graflin, D. NVeum KOH' 4. .. J. Gullixson. K. Nichols. R. Nagel. T. Ortrnan. R. Klcvcn, R. Holtan, C. Macrz T' Bergv. Williams, G. Anderson. L. Slater, H. Stokstad. D. Kleven. 62 1 I D N1 lson R H0111 1 Bjom D Stolen G Swcnson R Sk xu Ir Sundby SIOIFII L R 1dPr111'1Ckcr D Brouqhton RO H 2 G S lwycr M Brckkcn E Swangstu Thompson II'lI'lf'CI St ll R O1 D f 11 sts 'lloffrn 1n 'I Ham-y D o tu S Rlnc cn E ohnson D W 1111 lx Sw1lh11111 H Llncln rude RO ll 3 R lIc1n7c 1 B 1 son 11111 Sk 1116111 J Lox1Ck NI Hsanson fl kc ll 1 L1 uor F 1 N Skou I1 Nir IXOKUIL, R 4 S Stromm ul us 1111 no son 1111 osx ll Ihllu F L s sw nson I mm S Mittcson mnson D mhlo R oy ?OH 7 B El 1 cr Pc lpn r M os sthl 1 1 as s1s11n F Ring P M mson L 1111! rs Lun 0 X Dcnccfn D Moc NV Mkmson E Mennc-s C hffton D Edwirds T Rem 16k D NN cston LEARNING TO APPRECIATE NATURE wb' N O 00 5 0000 I 1 I L St ff R B ll C Hfndcrson II II1rr1od C hrlstophcrson K Llrpcntcr R Bvru Of r1n lx urn I 2 C f TXYIQHDOIIII D Busch R 'xndcrson llllll' II 1ns n 'vf1r1nson f ulllxson X C r lfy R Niunson II Toftr D Ruu 1 1' 1rs mc 1 K Olson S 'xrrnstrong L Ixorth R S1h111udl11h ru n D Fdvs 1r1ls I' unclln Ull 1111 1 Mr YN mgmrt hnson R osdthl on F NI Ihnson P Lilflutr 1 kr O 11111 run 1tt1 rn 1 on C Arp nur 'N x so unc r n IK 11l1sun R RI111 n D II xnson 'Norm 6 HELPING OTHERS TO HELP THEMSELVES ROIV I B Nelson F Gxbbon C Rccsv M Halxorson M Thompson W Fessenden RON 'P Mrs Breuchner C Olson M Olson K MrColloCh G Ellmgson L Anderson K Klcm B Blinforcl ROH '5 L MIIIISOD S Henderson B Mxchelscn Weston M Anderson N Hucn D 'VIC-nncs ROH 4 H Pullmin M Hanson O Brckke A Berkley M Murkxc K Berg Hanson V I... , ll.x'cy. NI. E. Danks. N, Ilovl. S. Erickson. M. . Hanson, Midi un S. nncs. D. llallvcrson. ROW 2...E. Andcrson. C. Auby. B. Hnlvvrson, L. Ingraham, Ortman. Y. Andvrson. B. Mjcldc. D. Nordbcrz. S. Smithbark. L. Ausse, E. Daly, B Rinclvn. ROH' Bowcn, V. Holtun, S. Folio. S. Brusvgar. K. Thorson, D. Learned M. Bluvl. TNI. Grant. S. Nelson. M. Strnznvzxldson, ROI1' Phillips, M. Olson, K McColloch. L. Mattison, G. Ellingson. B. Quam. J. Denzel, J. Moc, M. E. Thorson ROW 5...S. Malizio, S. Mattison. D. WVest0n. D. Gjcrmo. D. Edwards, N. Skoien, J Quale. M. Hanson. O, Brekke. til SERVING TO AID OUR COMMUNITY AND SCHOOL ual-six? ROI! I C on R ugh Nl nal I n Xl Hlmgsun 6 Lllm son RON 0 u N R k S Xl ali ll R K11uIms1m lx Ndson R Huuluso KOH Rl I N c,lINllNI lx Sllllllltll I ll uno I B B1 helm '1kL Xhs kcllx QOH HI! If mn .1 ld lJ1l NI 1311111111 Berg D Nclson 1 UNI D .I LUIDNUII IJ Suszh I K 0 up B Gxddlex h LJIPLIIKLI QIIIINIUPIILINUII ffl Nlldlllllll Ifllll l'Il0 C bundexson STARTING WELL, THE JUNIOR THESPIANS BEGIN CAREERS The freshmen and sophomores presented two one- act plays this fall, capably directed by Mrs. Chilton and Mrs. Sullivan. One of the plays, "The Happy Journeyf' had its setting in a car. It was about a family that was going to visit an aunt in the country and met many obstacles be- fore reaching there. The other play was 'gThree's a Crowdf, This was a complicated love afTair in which two boys had the same problem in that they both wanted to take out the same girl But in the end only one boy succeeded Directors Mrs Sullivan LEFT and Mrs Chil ton RIGHT R01 I E Anderson D Slgerstad B Mjelde D Hanson M Saunders ROW 2 Mrs Sullixan R Keegan Bjom C, Oxerland Anderson I Sperle N Sime Mrs Chilton ln 66 . .rl 4 . . 'Y If .Q is t If . ' ' ' . . . A U ' Y ' ' ' 7 ' l ' . - - w ' ' ' I Q., I 1 ' , V V 4 A l Q .nn-,:s4 ,- - "' 'A ' Y' .X f T I nf., .u -Q' at Q gl I A 'Y am' f . ' ' I , . K, -.. Q 3- ' '1 '.' -r 2' il . - 4 - ' tr t ' 45' 1 Q I Q .v 2 OPENING CURTAIN ON ONE OF THE FUNNIEST PLAYS IN YEARS Mrs. Norem, director On November 15 the junior class presented their production of "Tattletale" written by Anne Caulters Martens. This play was directed by Mrs. Norem. After many hours of long hard work the play ran off smoothly. The plot of the play is centered around a girl who becomes a tattletale because a diary she has written becomes published in the local newspaper instead of the story that was supposed to be published. The play's cast consisted ol: Patty ......... Mrs. Blaine ... Mr. Blaine .... Isabel ....... Artie ...... Ida Mae ...... Tod ......... Paul Cummings Mr. Nixon .... Rosalie Gullickson KayBryant . . . Harold Boersma . . . . . . -lean Fosdahl . . . . john Peterson . . , . Ann Nordholm . . . Mike Hanson i ....... jere Hough . . Dave Fredenberg Mrs. Nixon ..... Majorie Thompson Miss Wiggam ............ Sue Olson Walt Kennedy ......... Dick Drake SM- Louella . . . Monzca ......... Barney ....... Mrs. Whittaker Mrs. Bixley ... Mrs. Lorimer . Hetty Heaton . Quzz . ......... . jan ..... Marie . . . Dora .... . . . . . . Sonja Peterson Romaona Jacobson ...... . Dick Obrecht . . . . . Mary Halverson . . . . . . Carol Reese . . . . . Susan Halverson . . . . . Faye Gibbon Barbara Blandford . . . . Barbara Janes . Delores Kittleson .... . Nancy Freund 'F I 68 BRINGING DOWN THE CURTAIN ON OUR DRAMATIC PROGRAM sryivk Miss Ransom, director J 9 I i 7 y rw "'-11' I April 9 brought the Senior Class Play, "The Night of -lzuumry I6th," written by Ayn Rand. The play was directed by Miss Ransom. The plot revolved around 21 New York State courtrootn where Karen Andrc was being tried for the murder of a New York financial tycoon, Bjorn Faulkner The jury was drawn from the audience and on their decision rested the outcoinc ot the play. The cast of the play consisted of: Prison lllatron ...... Sharon Ortinan Bailifj ........... Ronnie Heinzroth judge Heath ......... Ronnie Grady District Attorney Flint.David Gjeston His Secretary ...... Judy Amundson Defense Attorney Stevens Alan Fortney His Secretary ....... Lou Ann Veum Clerk of the Court. .James Broughton Karen Andre ......... Susan Haried Dr. Kirkland ......... Richard Boyd Mrs. john Hutchins .... Donna Bjerk Homer Van Fleet ..... Duane Kleven ..-1'-0' Elmer Sweeney ...... Larl Anderson Nancy Lee Faulkner ..... Lynn Utter Magda Svenson .......... Joan Ehle john Graham lVhitheltl.bIerry Turner jane Chandler ...,.... Pat Dalsoren Sigurd jungquist .... Clark Overland Larry Regan ........ Mike Anderson Roberta Van Rensslaer Marilyn Nelson Stenographer .... Virginia Anderson Policeman .......... Peter Nysather Second Policeman . . Phil Hawkinson Court Attendant ..... Henry Brandt ?51 YQ -9? r 6, N . ,. s 'I I W9 ' Sitnli Sailet PROUD ATHLETES ATHLETICS IMPROVING THIS SEASON, GRIDDERS PROVED TO BE FIGHTERS mu can ., 1 Q EQ4 70 S l 5 is 'E 6 9 E3 1 . 1 if 1? 1 1 1 1 7 2 gp 1,,.l,521ss1 1 ' l EE :ff ' 7 Y , l fyvgll IF ff 4 N42f 55, EB, 'lihv Vikings fiiiislivd thc sc-mon with an vven 1'c-cord, four wins and font' los- ww. 'l'l1v llllilfvl' L'OIllAl'I'i'Yll'!' l'lTOl'Ll incltitlcs tln'c-P winQ and all font' losscs. Thr' tc-ani Iinislwcl tht- wuaoii with ll hc-tts-1' tiiialwstamliiig of thc tvnn "rough" football. The tvgnn wvnt ont on tht' Hvltl 1'x'c1'i' tiinv to win, Nlicltllvtoii wax Q'lYl'I1 21 lll0l'0l12ll scan- zu tht-5' 0Qcz1p1'cl with Z1 nzntrow 7 6 xic'to1'13 Stongliton 01111111 throngli with x'ic'to1'i1's ox'l'1' Portttqv. Eclgvrton, lXIOI1OUf1 fl1'ox'1'.:1l1tl XX'isCo11sinlligl1. CT11111'l1 Gil Kl'lll'gl'l' :intl his rgtpttlmlm- Stull' of giwisttnit c'ot1c'l11'w. ffhvt Anstinion :incl lloh Slllfllffll. ant' to ln' C'UIlllIlt'IlCll'Cl lor Il goocl c'o11c'l1i11g iolm, .-Xll llll'l'U c'o41c'l14-Q XK't'I't' nvw this 11'111'. gintl tht-1 111111111 Ll lint- xhowing in tht- C'OIlll1'l'l'Ili't', 'l'l11-11-1111-11l'1-111-I1 ga1111c'lloll11wN: Stoughton . . , 6 Portage , . A 1 , , 2 Stoughton . . 126 llonona Grow' . .19 Stoughton . . . 0 Monroc- , . 1 . , 0 Stoughton . . . 6 lX'Iitlcllt'Lon . . . . . 7 Stoughton , , , 6 JQH1-1-5011 , , , . 4 12 Stoughton . . . 0 Fort Atkinson . .33 Stoughton H121 Edgerton ,,.,,, 6 Stongliton ...QU XYisConsin High 19 F 13 47 1 3 Q 1, 4, fg l ff 4 I 5 Q g . . MOVING TOWARD A BRIGHT FUTURE FOR VIKING GRIDDERS ROWI M Onsrud R Schmudhch H Hanson E Lynsc- H Ylxlsiker D Hanson D Vmey D H1'1k Mr Kocmq ROH 2 Hilxorson B Jcrdcc D Waltz' L lcobson P Swenson Gryttcnholm D Wcrsland R Klexen Mr Stratton R011 i J Julsch A Swenson P Hellum J Atkmson H Leek O SIIDOULD D Amlmlc Furstth M Wxlcox Tlu B ttam 'ot ofl to a bad start bx losmt then' fust thlcc firms to Fort Atlxmson Exans xlllc and Edgerton Xxllh the tkptll plaxln f Halland Flutcxo and IHS follow tmmmatvs thc B tcam mon tht ntxt thztt Hunts tasllx Hat land FIIXLCIOL Pttc Swtnson It Rox acobson and ohn Atlunson should be good Candldatzs for nc xt xt 31 s XJISIIN squad Stoughton Stoughton Stoughton Stouvhton Stoughton Fort Atklnson Ex ansx lllc Edgerton Monona Grox e efft rson Lake M1115 ' , . .., . ' :J. .' . . . . ". .jx . . ,J, . . . . ' , .. . ' .': . - " " - g ' . I' ,' g . .... 7 ' - -. ., L , f . , S... 0 V V Q ' U I ' Y ' s ht 0 f . - ' Y x V ,, Q 0 .toug on .... 4 1 .U . U x ' x .... 28 ' . 4 . "' x K, .. J D . - D .t.- f J , ' ' ' Sf '- '- A' .... 35 ' J... f' , J. K Q ll- .,l fi ,,-h.. .F ' , , 71 PRODII INI STOl GHTON 5 B XSKETBALL STARS OF TOMORROW 1 l N111 3 Xt111nSr1 11511 3011 1 1111111111 111 11s11n 11 D 110111111 s it IIS 11 s 1 lit S X11 1 1 ll xx 1 1 1 C1 111111 c1111111nff 111 NI1 Ix111111 f 11111 11111111111 11 in xx 1 IXQC 111111 111x111 IJ 1s111 111 11111 s 111 flow sC1111S 15111 1 1 111 1 X 111111 s 1 1 of I1 xx 11111 11111 11 111 1 5111111 1111111 X111111f IH 1111 11111111 1 7 gg W, . 44 A48 ...VX KNEELING: S. Swangstu, Broughton. W. Atkinson, l'. Hawkinson, Beske. O. Brekke. STAND ING: Coach Austinson. D. Busch. l'. Lal-'luer. H, lloersnia. j. Atkinson, D. Edwards. D. Spangler Mgrs. L. Haak and J. Furseth. PLAYING LIKE VETERANS, THESE BOYS WERE FIGHTERS Stoughton Stoughton Stoughton Stoughton Stoughton Stoughton Stoughton Stoughton Stoughton Although we lost five starters from last year's squad, this year's young team proved itself in fine style by finishing fourth in the conference by compiling a respectable 8-9 record. In the regional tournament we won the first game easilyg then the second night we almost defeated a very tough Monroe squad. lVe lost the game in the record books, but our boys won a moral victory. l'Vith the lighting spirit of our two scrapping forwards, Phil I-Iawkinson and Sonny Swangstu, we kept the fans excited. Along with Phil and Sonny was the dead-eye shooting of jim Broughton and the excellent floor play of Olaf Brekke. Topping this off was the terrific board work of Harold Boersma, lValt Atkinson, and jim Beske. lVith this recipe we had what our able coach, Mr. Austinson, called "the fight- ingest team in the state." SCHEDULE Stoughton 58. .Monroe . . . . . .82 41 . .Monroe ........ 69 Stoughton 71 . .jefferson ....... 54 56. .jefferson ....... 62 Stoughton 73. .Edgerton ....... 66 62. .Madison l'Vest . .75 Stoughton 79. .Monona Grove . .23 52. .Edgerton ....... 50 Stoughton 75. .Middleton ..... 84 fovertimej Stoughton 57. .Fort Atkinson . . .70 63. .Edgewood ...... 70 Stoughton 52. .Evansville ...... 34 55. .Monona Grove . .46 Stoughton 67. .lVisconsin High .55 63. .Middleton ..... 70 SUB-REGIONAL fovertimej TOURNAMENT 5l . .Fort Atkinson . . .74 Stoughton 67. .Evansville .... . .55 53. .Wisconsin High .50 Stoughton 68. .Monroe ........ 70 3, -ch 'N V WRESTLING WELL. WORKING HARD PRODUCED BADGER CHAMPS El.. . F ! QMS EF' ' L L' M f- FS fl Os F it S311 j' 5 . u m :MJ gg-n "?2fLPf 9 , it 5' -.X --, ,M - 3 try. . If 1 -f J R, n N- - VA , .. . ci' li Q ZH FIRST ROW: N. Erickson, S. Armstrong, H. Elvckrog, G. Gryttcnholm. A. Davis, J. Qualc. B. Stcffcns. D. Qualc. S. Andvrson. SECOND ROW: C. Oxcrland. L. Jacobson, D. Hoffman. M. llanson, V. Denccn. T. Rf-nvick. L. Jacobson. D. Klcvcn. C. Doering, J. Lundc. THIRD ROW: Coach Spicuzva. ll. Urs-fshcim. J. Martinson. L. Johnson, G. Swcnson, J. Lamcrs. ll. Ylvisakcr. Il, lfosscm. R. Gcttust, Strommcn, R. Klcvcn, R. lloltcn. Cl. Brckkcn. D. flivfllltb, Gryttvnholni. Spcrlc, II. Trim-loff. This was a your ol victory Ior thc strong mt-n of S.l'l.S.. who t-ndcd with a vcry im- pivssixm- lf! l rccord. 'llhc onc match that was lost was a non-confcrcncc match at Nlarslilit-ld, which was lost by a 19--fl7 ntaisni. 'l'hc highlight of thc ycar came aftcr thc Vikings had tackcd down tht- Badger Con- fcrcncc- championship. It was then that they won tht- regional title and scnt cight boys to thc statc tournamcnt. Thc Vikings placcd Fifth in thc state- and had one statc cham- pion. Duanc "Dude" Qualc. who won all of his matchcs in the lUl5 lb. division. Truly Stoughton can bc proud of thc Joh donc hy the wrcstlcrs and thcir vcry capablc coach. N111 Spicufza. 'R lN'.l..'X..X. St-c'i'f't.sry John Rohcrls prcscnts Statc llhainpionsliip Trophy to Duanv Qualc. -'51 0 ISL n ., 4 5'- I x N , H Iva hyant Nl mmm H180 X umm K Rt s PROVIDING PEP AND LEADING CHEERS FOR THE VIKINGS The snappy A team cheelltaders hauled hx om lrhlc xxmktd xuy h nd this ye lr They met wetkly to polnsh the old chtus md to ut llL nut 01165 T hue gxrls Q ue their best tt tvexy g unc thtn chtmt bum' lzrlrnx' lutmy' Tlml 5 mn ' c t 0 Iht H tt nm nut not ltlt NNIIIIOIII support lm thtn thtulc tcltxs suppllul thtm with uluil pup md np :clk lx S4..1nlunsun N HILLII NI tux I w Xlltllxn 80 K.l ,. .jzmlf ,i1.Gl 5 lux, l-Qhlv, Y tt , I, 'cfc. fry. V-if- - -1'-yf' S.S1 .' :1' ..Xml- 01.81.01 u,I...a A. 11. I, u 1 V 1 1 PROVIDING DISTINCTION FOR THOSE WHO LETTER IN SPORTS -, in l fs aw , 'Qual pam libiiiilfnill Nlflililllih RO 1 I O Brvkkc M H xnson D Klcxcn P II nwkmson Nir Xustxnson ROH 2 R lnlrolh P L1 Flcur 4 D xx 19 R ormc r 11 r I 3 S 'Xnclr rson D In in M Andi rion N Swingslu N Mm D Blcldlc lx xxltll th cn of Azr Razd' the stuclvnts 'md tmchms rcallft that 1IH1I3.t10I'l tlme for S Club has Come alound ll11S Club IS Compoucl of tht lvttu XNIHHPIS lI'1 our sports pzoffram tht nus letter XNIHHQIS nach urn btmff tht ones asked to jom Thxs athletic orffanlfatmn ns rtspormhlz fm thc spoxts bzmquct Thu also Still ICC cream bars at baskttball ffamts and proffnams at toumamvnt tlmc 81 SUPPLYING ATHLETIC ACTIVITY The Girls' Athletic Association, consisting of Nite GAA and iNoon UAA, was very active throughout the year. Its activities consisted of a GAA party in the fall and a banquet in the spring. This year GAA also sponsored a dance and put on a skit for a pep program. The athletic activities in which the girls participated were basketball, volley- ball, and badminton. In each of these sports tournaments were held to determine the champions. The officers of this year's Noon GAA were Donna Bjerk, Prc.vidf1zt',' Bonnie Rudd, Vice-Presidentg and Kay Bryant, Secretary. Nite GAA's oflicers were LuAnn Veum, Presidenlg Sonja Brekke. Vice-Prmidfrzt.' and Judy Amunson, Secretary. Carol Resse was Treasurer for both groups. 82 DAY AND NIGHT FOR GIRLS Xl R -k RUII' 0.'X'li: D. Gjestson, j. Quzile. N. Nloe. D. Holtun, I.. jacolison. l.. Kleren, S. Fosclal, A. Davis, D. Moe, li. .Xnclerson. KOH' 'I'll'U.' G. Gryttenholm, l'. Turner, D. Rudd, D. Biddiek, H. Tofte, O. Silhough, R. Jarvis, E. johnson, C. f,NL'l'l1lllKl,j. Gryttenholm. RUN' Tllklili: D. Olsen, D. Aselson, I. Slromrnen, D. Quale. D. -lucolmsen. M. lfosclzll, M. l'elerson, R. Nloe, Olson, R. Ehle. ROTV FOFR: Mr. XVilson, R. Boyd. D. Weston. S. Ciruclr, j. Clilliton, N. Fosdnl. FURNISHING NOONTIME RECREATION FOR THE GUYS Stoughton High School ollers :in intrznmlrul progruin lor hops that extends through the entire school yeur. ln the lull Nlr. Gene XVilson took over lootlmll3 und, although no definite games were selledulecl during the noon hours, lootlmlls were uvuilulmle to any groups who wished to play. Buskethzill started about November I under the supervision ol Mr. XVilson. Dick Asleson helped to referee. This year ten teams c'ompetecl in games scheduled each Nlonday, Tuesday and lfriclzty. The tenm standings were: TEAM XV L XVALI.Y'S BOYS . . . . .5 -1 COUNTRY BOYS .. .... 9 0 HAS-BILENS ..... . . .3 ti BRIQXVERS ....... .. .8 l SCREXVDRIVERS .. .. 6 RANGERS .... ... .... 7 2 DUKES ............. ...l 8 l-'LY BOYS ........... .... I S S GLOBETROTTERS . . . .0 9 THUNDERING "7" ........ 5 4 ln the spring softball is ai consistently popular sport. Although there :ire no orgztnilecl teams, ezneh noon sides ure chosen and Mr. lViIson furnishes equipment und umpires the highly competitive games. This year's intramural program under the direction ol' Nlr. XVilson has been ll real success with most of the boys in high school pzrrticipziting in one or more sports. The "l"Ix' liars," Intrzamurul Champs I


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