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Displaying Good Sportsmanship. . .
Winning a Senior-Faculty Game. . .
Whispering in Study Hall. . .
Growing and Acquiring Skill. . .
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Cheering, yelling, chanting. . .
Cooperating in a Chem Lab. ..
Laughing and Learning. . .
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As Student Director, Miss Mary McAdams is concerned with attend-
ance and its importance in gaininga good education.
Combining Efforts to
As Secretary to the Principal. Miss Kris Strozinsky maintains many
tasks. She answers all phone calls coming into the school, sorts
mail, does secretarial work. and helps the faculty members with any
papers they need mimeographed.
Because of his understanding nature, Mr. William Graham, Princi-
pal. maintains a smooth functioning high school.
Maintain an Organized,
Mrs. Jane! Sullivan, Secretary to the Superintendent, is responsible
for the clerking and correspondence of the administration.
To Mr. Kenneth Curran, District Superintendent. falls the iob of Mr. Vincent Crane, Business Manager. budgets the cafeteria pro-
keeping harmony between the school and the community. gram. schedules buses. and makes all school purchases.
Efficient, and Prosperous School System
School Board members
are: Cl to rj Nlr, Earle Fish-
er. lVlr. Victor Brietenfield,
Mr. Kenneth Curran, Nlr.
Russell Potter, Mr. John
White. Jr.. Dr. Floyd
Weatherford. Mr. Donald
Jerdee, Mr. Vincent
Crane, and Nlr. Robert
up the school budget and
act on all policies con-
Mrs. Gloria Shutter, Secretary to the Business Manager, assists in Handling financial records and keeping accurate accounts of all
school inventory and aids faculty in secretarial duties. school money is the job of Mr. Irwin Lofl, Bookkeeper.
Miss Mary Eck, head guidance counselor, holds a B.S. from WSU-River Falls
and an MS. from Indiana State University.
Aiding Students Toward Their Goals
Mr. Jefl Delton, guidance counselor. received his B.S. from the Uni-
versity of Nebraska and did graduate work at Loyola University and
Winona State College. His main concern is student program plan- '
Mrs. MargaretWaIker, librarian, received her B. S. degree from
WSU-Eau Claire. She is library club advisor.
Mrs. Helen Waugh, French teacher, graduated from Ball State Uni- Having received her B.S. at Ripon College, Mrs. Muriel McCallum
versity, Muncie, Indiana. She is French Club advisor. teaches Latin. ln her free time she is Latin Club advisor.
impressing Language Skills On Students
Mrs. Christina Watkins, developmental teacher, holds a B.S. from
WSU-LaCrosse and an M.S. from Superior State College. Because
her students progress at their own speed. she concentrates on help-
ing them individually.
French ... learning verbs and tenses ... special
equipment for individual study listening to
tapes ,.. getting earphones to fit ... belonging
to French Club . .. singing French Christmas
carols in the snow Latin ... connecting an
ancient civilization with the present ... learning
to pronounce words ... building sentences ...
participating in Latin Club ... holding the Latin
Carnival laughing at the pie eating contest
... Reading development . utilizing tapes, visual
aids, and individual aids . . . studying spelling . ..
understanding pronunciations ... reading mate-
rial for individual interests . .. learningto choose
reading materials ... establishing a more satis-
tying and useful life . ..
Speech topics chosen outlines prepared
hours of practice . .. practice , .. practice ... presen-
tation for grade . . . satisfaction of a good job done , ..
Composition ... written expressions ... daily assign-
ments ... imagination ... term paper ... research
... paper and pencil constantly on hand ...thoughts
transferred to paper . ..
Literature novels morals stressed poetry
,,. inspired in youth ... plays ... appreciation ofthe
y finer writings. ..
Journalism ... Block E and F . .. student publications
Having received her B.S. degree from WSU-LaCrosse, Miss Kathy , , , learn by doing . . . magi-1ZiD6S studied, COl'1'1paTed,
Hutchens instructs composition. One of her teaching methods in-
cludes making suggestions to improve her students' writings. She is
evaluated ... copy written ... copyread . . . proofread
alsojunior class advisor. --- pl-'bIi5hed' --
Mrs. Dianne Graewin, Literature I teacher. received her B.S. degree Mrs. Mary Graf, composition teacher, received her B.S. from the
from WSU-LaCrosse. Discussion groups play a large part in her University of Wisconsin. Her students apply their thoughts to writ-
method of teaching, She is also Pep Club advisor. lngthat will help them in the future.
Speech teacher, Mr. Wllmer Pearson, received his B.S. from the University of Wiscon-
sin. Besides lecture and discussion, he requires his students to give many speeches. He
of Language Arts
Miss Mary Lemke, Literature Il teacher, received
her B.S. degree from WSU4LaCrosse. She is de-
Having received her B.S. at Bemidji State College, Be-
midji, Minn., Mrs. Darlene Wilson teaches Literature III
and journalism. She relies on discussions and semi-
nars in teaching. She is advisor for all school publica-
Mr. John Richmond, English department chairman,
received his BIS. and MS. at WSU-LaCrosse. Using a
conceptual approach, he teaches Literature Ill and
Geography studying rocks and minerals
... connecting glaciers with area land forma-
tions ... reading weather devices ... predict-
ing the weather... drawing map symbols ...
associating geography with current events . ..
groaning over repeated war jokes ... History
... learning to predict the future by looking at
the past understanding current problems
through past mistakes ... comparing histori-
cal events speculating about what might
have been ... analyzing governments ... So-
cial Problems ... keeping a constant eye on
current events ... learning to compute taxes
... understanding the problems of dating and
marriage participating in a Negro experi-
ment . . , studyingthe stock market . .. invest-
ing money... making profits...
American History teacher, Mr. James Schmidt, received-his B.S.
degree from Augustana College, Sioux Falls, S. D. He is junior high
Learning From the Past
Mr. Darwin Dade, geography instructor, received his BS. degree Mr. John Crubaugh senior social problems teacher, received his
from Milton College. He is active in athletics: Assistant football B.S. from WSU-Platteville. Using the inductive approach, he allows
coach. head baseball coach, and summer recreation director for his students to express their opinions. Besides being Student Coun-
the city of Tomah.
cil advisor, he is head basketball coach, head golf coach, and assist-
ant football coach.
Lecture and class discussion are the main methods used by Mr. As senior social problems teacher, Mr. Thomas Pederson, empha-
Gary Kunz as he stresses, for his junior students, the importance of sizes the importance of current events. He has a B.S. degree from
United States History. He holds an M.A. degree from WSU-LaCrosse. WSU-LaCrosse.
Helps in Understanding the Present
Through lecture and class discussion, Mr. Paul Dedie, world history World History instructor, Mrs. Judith Andretich, encourages her
instructor, attempts to illustrate how past historical events influ- students to express their opinions. She believes in using audio-vis-
GHCE the DVSSGUT- He holds 3 B-S. degfee fV0m WSU-Plattevilw He is ual aids to their fullest advantage. She received her B.S. degree
head wrestling Coach and aSSiStaf1ff00tbaIl 003011 from WSU-LaCrosse. Much of her free time is taken up as FTA
Mr. Robert Quakenbush, biology and chemistry teacher, demon-
strates the skeletal system as one of the components of the human
body. He holds a BS, degree from WSU-LaCrosse.
Chemistry and physics instructor, Mr. Gary Schultz, emphasizes
laboratory work in teaching and understanding science. He holds a
B.S. degree from WSU-Eau Claire and an NLS. degree from WSU-
Biology ... an abundance of crawling reptiles .,, first
experience in dissecting many proud "surgeons"
microscopes peering into a new world undiscov-
ered by the naked eye meeting the famous "lVlr.
Bones" ,., studyingthe process of bacteria .,. inves-
tigating the migration of wildlife ... Chemistry .., a
lingering smell during aftermath of experiments ...
studying the composition of elements setting up
chemical equations ... determiningthe electron Con-
figuration of elements .,. trying to master the art of
building compounds ... slaving in the laboratory ...
results ... drastic ,,, Physics .., observingthe phase
of acceleration with sliding lab carts .. . series of
strings attached to wheels trying to resemble pulleys
... studying the effects of radiation ... tuning forks
used to demonstrate the properties of waves .., ex-
periments which never seem to turn out right . .,
Observing leaves and other objects from a near-by woods is only
one part of the biology course as taught by Mr. Harold Smith. Field
trips and extensive lab work give students first-hand experience with
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Algebra l . .. variables . .. equations . .. the real
number system .,. ratios .,. graphs ... x and y axes
infinite numbers polynomials to acquire
skill in applying algebraic concepts ... negative num-
bers parallel and perpendicular lines angles
.,. complicated daily assignments ... Geometry .,.
inductive and deductive reasoning sets and con-
structions ... slide rules ... surveying near-by areas
... projects ...extensive boardwork ... hours of
homework ... tests ... Algebra ll and Analytic Geom-
etry .,. emphasis on understanding mathematics ...
show relationship . . . trigonometricfunctions . ..
vectors complex numbers progressions and
binomial expansions . . . discover the "why" of mathe-
matics . .. reason effectively . . . develop potential ...
Demonstrating math problems is Mr. Larry Arnoldy, a recent gradu-
ate of WSU-LaCrosse. To promote a better understanding of math,
he encourages constant board work and question and answer
Connecting geometry with everyday life is the primary method of
teaching used by Miss Jean Otto, who holds a B.S. from WSU-La-
Crosse. Surveying adds interest and understanding to the course,
Miss Otto also advises the cheerleaders.
Having received his B.S, from Mayville State. North Dakota, Mr. Art
Oliver is presently working on his masters. He teaches elementary
physical education. Coaching B-squad football and wrestling also
keeps him busy.
Presenting annual concerts is only one of the several responsibili-
ties of Mr. William Mellin, band director. He also organizes several
bands and ensembles. He holds a B.S. and a Master in Music Educa-
Training young voices is the job of Mr. Richard Loy. His choir partic-
ipates inthe annual concerts, and he is responsible for producing
the yearly school musical. He holds a Master of Music from the Uni-
versity of Wisconsin.
Developed, and Applied
Concert and marching band ... Christmas, Pops, and
Spring concerts Rhinelander exchange trip
Solo and Ensembletournament ...football game
shows . .. Homecoming parade . . . challenges , ..
A Cappella Choir . . . Girls Trible Clef Choir . .. "Briga-
doon" ... trip to Winona ... practice during Block E
... District tournament at Sparta ...
Sculpture ... oil paintings ... water color... sketch-
ing ... appreciating art .,. expression of feeling ...
fulfilling school art needs . , .
Uncovering and developing students' creativity is the job of Mr.
Vern Olson, art instructor. He urges student expression through art
and teaches appreciation of the fine arts. He holds a B.A. degree
from Luther College, Decorah, iowa.
Mrs. Evelyn Schraufnagel teaches Typewriting l and office practice.
Field trips to local businesses give her students the opportunity to
see office machines at work. She holds a B.S. from WSU-Whitewater.
Preparing for the
Bringing students up-to-date in the business world is the primary
job of Mr. Harvey Nielsen. He teaches first year typing and book-
Explanation. demonstration. and constant practice are the teaching
methods used by Mrs. Helen Carson, Shorthand l teacher. She
stresses accuracy and speed. She has a B.S. from WSU-Whitewater.
Salesmanship. a new class this year. is taught by Mrs. Irene Fenske.
She has a B.S. from WSU-Whitewater and an M.S. from the Universi-
ty of Wisconsin.
Business education ... preparing students for careers
... Salesmanship ... Block B ... many divisions ...
different terminology and experiences in each...
Bookkeeping ... debits and credits ... accounts and
Iedgers ... journals ... practice sets ... posting ...
figuring wages and taxes . . . balancing ledgers ...
Accounting ... more details ... Shorthand ... dicta-
tion ... building vocabulary... building and applying
skill on-the-job training ... Clerical practice
Secretarial Arts ... learning various otlice techniques
... business machines ...typing classes ...typing to
music timed writings practice. practice. prac-
tice to improve ... strive for perfection ... building
speed and accuracy . ..
Home Economics ... preparing students for satisfy-
ing personal, home, and community living ... devel-
oping skills necessary in future household manage-
ment ... family life study .., child care ... listening
to speakers ... expressing views on successful family
living ,.. developing clothing construction skills ...
learning principles and techniques of food prepara-
tion gaining knowledge in home decoration
Drivers Education ... studying texts and manuals ...
learning traffic signals, signs, and rules... temporary
permit . . . simulator driving . . . watcha movie . ..
narrator directs students ... drive with instructor ...
observe . . . take drivingtest . . . success at last . ..
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Mr. Thomas Asleson, drivers education teacher, uses simulator driv-
ing in his classes. He has an M.S. Ed. from Winona State.
Perfection Through Observation and Practice
Research followed by practical application is the basic theory by
which Mrs. Annette Owen teaches her home economic students.
Various guest speakers contribute knowledge concerning marriage.
Mrs, Owen received her B.S. from Stout State.
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Reading assignments and relaxed laboratory work are followed by
evaluative discussions in Mrs. Neva Porath's home economics class,
She received her B.S. and M.S. degrees from Stout State University.
In addition to her teaching duties, she advises FHA.
Developing the Body Physically
Physical education ... building the body ... lessons
on volleyball. basketball, and golf . . , skilltests on
putting and driving ... learning social dances ... cha
cha cha ...foxtrot and polka ...emphasis on individ-
ual sports as well as team sports relay races
physical fitness tests .. . spring sports . . . athletic
director . .. boys' gym classes ... emphasis on physi-
cal fitness ... twelve minutes of excercise . .. units on
football, basketball, and tumbling ... indoor and out-
door... whiffle ball ... parallel bars . .. head football
coach ...teaches physical education atthejunior
high school ... developing the whole student ...
healthy future through physical education ...
The golf swing is one of the many techniques demon-
strated by Miss Margie Lund, girls' physical education
teacher and GAA advisor. She earned her B.S. degree
at WSU-River Falls and her M.S. from Indiana Universi-
Mr. Dave Spies is head football coach, B-squad basketball coach.
and assistant track coach. He received his B.S. degree at WSU-
Whitewater and his M.S. from the University of Wisconsin.
As athletic director, Mr. Earl Gatzke performs a variety of duties
such as checking out athletic equipment, arranging the calendar of
athletic events, and securing officials, scorekeepers, and timekeep-
ers for each event. In addition, he teaches boys' physical education
throughout the day.
Applied sciences ,,. training for the future ... work-
ing with metal welding bench work skills
put to immediate use ... making tools and items for
the home ... complex machines ... drafting ... ar-
chitecture .., safety stressed ... planning farm lay-
outs ... studying soils ... animal husbandry ...
modern techniques in farming conservation
plant and animal pathology anticipating career
demands ... learning to shape useful items from raw
materials .,. planning a masterpiece of metal or
wood , . . creating itwith hands and applied knowl-
edge . ,.
General shop teacher, Mr. Keith Larson, centers his classes around
the four main topics of machine shop. welding, sheet metal, and
bench work. He received his BS. from Stout State University.
Emphasizing Skills ofthe Hand and Mind
Drafting is only one ofthe arts taught by Mr. Laurel Dickenson, industrial arts Mr. James Ness, vocational agriculture teacher and
teacher. l-le received his B.A. degree from Stout State University.
FFA advisor, emphasizes production in agriculture. l-le
received a B.S. from WSU-River Falls.
Providing Services to Benefit Students
Keeping the school neat ... cleaning
bubblers and blackboards sweeping
the gym after games ... moving tables
for school dances ...onlya few ofthe
duties ofthe custodiansthatgo unno-
Cafeteria ladies ,.. ... under the super-
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L planned ... nutritious meals .., prompt
A ' " service . .. preparation for noon rush ...
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7:00 A.M. .,. picking up students ... icy
roads . .. blindingfog . .. pouring rain
yelling and screaming students
only a few of the trials met as the bus
drivers transported students to school
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Sarney. each day . ..
Mr. Zingler, Mrs. Lamb, Mr. Gray.
Mrs. Wildes, Mrs, Witz. Not pictured
is Mr, Calkins.
Mrs. Holmes, Mrs. Anderson, Mrs, Smith, Mr. Zimmerman, Mr. Robert, Mr. Senz, Mr. Sonnenberg. Not pictured are Mr. Tiber. Mr
Dashner, Mr. Schultz, Mr, Rodefer, Mr. Stodola, Mr. Sherwood, Mr. Wildes, Mr. Snider.
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Sophomores Learn of Work, Study, and
Chosen as class officers to represent the sophomores are fl. to r.b President, Robert Merrill: Sergeant-at-arms, Mark Walker
Treasurer, Susie Thurowg Secretary. Nancy Ossp and Vice-President, Terry Frisbie,
Deborah Calkins and Donna Brdar apply their sewing knowledge,as James Murray puts the finishing touches on his geometry project
they pin a pattern. before handing it in.
Reward As They Begin Senior High Life
Sophomore cheerleading representatives Pam Weinzierl and Mary
Scott lead their class in backing the team.
The Sophomore year ... two hundred and ninety-five
in number... excitement M. confusion ... bewilder-
ment . .,
Advised by Mr. John Richmond ... new rules ... new
ideas .. , newfriends .. .adjustments ,,, Student
Council ... representatives Shirley Ammerman, Allan
Betcher, Michael Betthauser, Jane Christianson, Chris
Lein, Robert Merrill, Claire Sweet, Gary Szymanski,
Susie Thurow, and Mary Wiseman .,. first-hand expe-
rience in student government.
Social life deeper involvement greater plea-
sure "Indian Beat" Homecoming candidates
Jenny Thompson and Susie Thurow Snoball
Allan Betcher and Mark Walker represented the class
School spirit .., many participants many specta-
tors ... Mary Scott and Pam Weinzeirl on the cheer-
leading squad ,,. most HAMOT subscriptions . . .
Year passed rapidly .,. only a memory overshadowed
by anticipation of the future .H upperclassmen next
year , . . established a small place in TSHS.
Snoopy proclaims "Happiness is a Victory" as he proudly rides atop
the Sophomore float which won first place in the Homecoming
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Juniors Benefit From Previous Experiences
The juniorfloat "Give 'Em the Works" places second in competition in the Homecoming parade. Approaching the basket, John Bordas
uses his dribbling ability.
As They Anticipate Their
"That'll be ten cents, kid," says Letterman Mike Nicosia.
Assuming positions as junior class
officers are Cl. to r.J President. Dave
Drescher: Sergeant-at-arms. Ellis
Prell, Treasurer, Nancy Robinson:
Vice-President, Tom Champlin: and
Secretary, Marie Knutson.
Junior Year , .. upperclassmen at last ... rulers over
sophomores still under seniors two hundred
and seventy strong . . . second largest class i .,
Miss Kathy Hutchens and lVlr. Gary Kunz. advisors ...
a year of decisions ... class rings ,.. chose courses
forthe final year ... Prom '68 .,. hard work but re-
warding results Student Council representa-
tives Bob Bennett. Dave Drescher, Richard Jensen.
Bruce Hellmich, Janice Lund, Roberta Randall, Jack
Taylor, and Linda Walsh .,. helped to shape the
Fall brought football ... eleven on varsity squad ...
Homecoming candidates Donna Fish and Diane
Ring ... "Winter's Enchantment" Snoball theme ...
class of '69 represented by Jim Downing and Tom
School spirit . .. hoopholders .,, Roberta Randall and
Donna Fish ... Painted posters .,. backed the team
cheerleader representatives Nani Alapai and
Sandra Abbs . ..
Another year gone ., , seniors nextyear i . . Junior
year . . . too long in coming . ,. too swift in passing .,
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Dick Jensen posts a bulletin announcingthe
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Femininity is displayed as senior girls power "Tim" in the Homecoming parade. "Tim," the pride and joy of Jackie Steele, though appropriately
decorated and highly complimented, did not place.
Seniors Advance into Adulthood Carrying
Senior year finality in activities the last con-
cert, the last game, final exams applications for
jobs and colleges choosing careers smallest
but mightiest class, .,
Representatives chosen for the last time . . . a voice in
school government through Student Council mem-
bers . . . Mike Bordas, Carolyn Coates, Jim Giesen,
Wally Gnewikow. Tom Hedrich, Ted Nloskonas, Dianna
Schendel, Terry Seflow, and Jackie Steele . .. Mr. Tom
Pederson, class advisor crowning a queen and a
king Terry Seflow, 1968 Homecoming queen
Jim Falkner, Snowball king. ..
Senior boys on teams ... fighting for school glory ...
cheering, screaming, rooting for victory A . . displaying
school spirit ... hoopholders Jackie Steele and Cathi
Lein ... painting store windows ... posters, banners.
hoops . .. messy but fun , , . cheerleaders Dianna
Schendel and Gwyn Gibson. ..
"Reach Out fOr Victory" is the theme ofthe seniors' last HOI'Tl9COl'Tl- Involvement in gghggl life - I - Winning the Ser1iOr-F3Q-
ulty game ... attending school functions ... setting
examples for underclassmen representing TSHS
Graduation ... the year is gone ... facing the future
... no longer unified as a class . . , always unified
through memories. ..
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Officers ofthe graduating
class are CI to ry Vice-
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Hall: Treasurer. Amy
Brown: and Sergeant-ab
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Jim Falkner, Dave Ornes, and John Kipper perform a physics experi-
ment with the ease and precision of real scientists.
Donna Ziegler waits to be given an absent slip.
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Scott Blackwell Judith Bernahardt Jacquelyn Bell
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Robert Birner Edward Bordas Allan Burkhalter David Braund
Sharon Brdar Lana Brookman Larry Brookman Amy Brown
Dana Burnstad Jim Bursinger proves that mini-skirts are out.
Cheerleader Gwyn Gibson concentrates on pom-pon routine during a pep assem- Betty Chambers Stephen Butler
bly. Steven Clark Ronald Calkins
TOMAH SENIOR HIGH SCHOOL- GRADUATING
Carolyn Coates Robert Christiano John Cramer Dorothy Delaney Christine Crawford
Sylvia DeLong Patricia Derkez Barbara Draeger Janet Drew Ruth Dinger
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Margaret Ferguson Wendy Eagleson Gary Eckelberg James Falkner Mary Farmer
Danny Fawcett John Elmer Albert Felber Virgil Finnigan Dennis Finch
CLASS OF NINETEEN-HUNDRED SIXTY-EIGHT
Margaret Fishbune Donald Fletcher
Sheryl Gabower Timothy Foley
Tim Foley, in character as Mr. Lundie, contemplates exposing the
miracle of Brigadoon to two strangers.
Judith Gaede Mlchele Friedl Jonell Luebchow displays her artistic ability.
Ted Gebczyk Deborah Fox
TOMAH SENIOR HIGH SCHOOL- GRADUATING
James Giesen Rita Gamerdinger Judith Garber Donna Gegenfurtner
Michael Gilbert Walter Gnewikow Forrest Gilson Eileen Geier
Steven Greenwood Audrey Grlilln Steve Walker . . . out for another victory.
Rosemary Grillin Donald Grimshaw
CLASS OF NINETEEN-HUNDRED SIXTY-EIGHT
Marvin Groothius Alice Hancock Barbara Hansen Jean Hanson Larry Hall
Deborah Hill Craig Harris Thomas Hedrich Dwight Helmke Patricia Heier
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Jerome Jacobson Raymond Jacobs Mary Jo Hubert
Shahram Jamshidi Dennis Jaromin Michael Jasinski
TOMAH SENIOR HIGH SCHOOL: GRADUATING
"The old gray mare ain't what she used to be!" thinks
Kathy Behrens at the Senior-Faculty game.
Gary Johnson Dianne Johnson Joseph Johnson
Robert Kane Albert Jllok Thomas Johnson
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Senior Jim Giesen leads sophomores in protest during the social problems racial
experiment. The experiment, under the direction of Mr. John Crubaugh, was
originated to help students understand the preiudice against minority groups,
Kerry Keene Daniel Kenyon
Carol King Andrew Knapp
CLASS OF NINETEEN-HUNDRED SIXTY-EIGHT
John Kipper James Knutson David Kochinski Paula Kremmer Susan Krier
Sandra Knickelbein David Kuehl Charlene Larson Margaret Lamb R. Brian Langwill
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Mr. Crubaugh's Block E. class displays their singing ability during
the yuietide season.
Marge Lamb empties her locker in anticipation of her morning ciasses.
CLASS OF NINETEEN-HUNDRED SIXTY-EIGHT
Dennis McGarry Ted Moskonas Steven Morman Larry Murphy
JoAnn McGinnis Robert McDaniel Leo McLaughlin Julie McNamer
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Carol Noyes William Noon Janice Noth
Rhonda Oftedahl Linda Olson Angela Olson
TOMAH SENIOR HIGH SCHOOL: GRADUATING
Gary Oss David Ornes Dean Overby
Clarence Parlow William Parch Edna Peterson
Vicki Sowle concentrates on music. 1.
Judith Peterson William Peterson Marvin Pingel George Prell
Lauren Protz Kathleen Protz Kathleen Puent Ronald Quist
CLASS OF NINETEEN-HUNDRED SIXTY-EIGHT
Steve Backus works on his masterpiece
Wllllam Rassmussen James Relnart Carolyn Coates refills the candy machine in preparation for the
Edward Rezin Lawrence Robertson noon hour rush.
TOMAH SENIOR HIGH SCHOOL- GRADUATING
Dagne Robinson Ruth Richmond Lee Robarge Zan Roeske Raymond Roedefer
Collin Rose Thomas Roscovius Alois Ruland Wilma Royce Paul Salzwedel
Dianna Schendel Ruth Schober "So this is what girls go through!" realize Ted Moskonas, Larry Hall, and Wally Grie
John Schenecker Dale Sorenson wikow.
CLASS OF NINETEEN-HUNDRED SIXTY EIGHT
Scott Sell Terry Seflow Jeanette Smith Mary Schnese Susan Snyder
Deborah Sowle Vickie Sowle Jacquelyn Steele Sherrie Summerfield Jennifer Steinmetz
Don Stickney Tunny Strozewski Doris Von Ruden Rosemary Vinney Sharon Vallem
Stephen Walker Howard Wachter Wanda Wagner Richard Walley Raymond Wappler
TOMAH SENIOR HIGH SCHOOL- RADUATING
Shirley Warnke James Warner
Susan Webber Michael Welch
Seniors Scott Sell, Dave Kochinski, and Jim Westpfal, proudly pull
the senior boys' float.
James Westpfahl Robert White "Mother told me there would be days like this!" reflects bicycling
Roland Wilkinson John Wilkinson Judy Garber.
CLASS OF NINETEEN-HUNDRED SIXTY-EIGHT
Janine Wroblewski Donna Wood Carol Woodlilf Mary Zahrte Allen Williams
Duane Zingler Jack Zingler Faye Zwiefel Donna Ziegler JoAnn Yates
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Senior Band began playing in sixth grade vi- Pep Band small in number loud in volume
sions of Senior Band ... began with music fundamen- players selected by Nlr. Mellin ... noon hours given up
tals scales major and minor rhythm pat- to practice provided musical backing for pep ral-
terns ... march tempos ...advancement in skills... lies ...accompanied cheerleaders in openingand
Cadet Band first concerts more practice closing routines ... stood on side lines 7:30 pre-
first glimpse ofcompetition ...gained confidence and game music ... popular and traditional songs ...
ability . . . finally good enough for Senior Band... pleased the crowd with "Up, Up, and Away" ... "Hap-
practice practice ... practice ... and more prac- py Together" ..."Sugartown" ...changed mood
tice ... keen competition ... prestige of holding first with "Star Spangled Banner" ... drum roll ... school
chair ... striving to do your part ... exchange trip to song ... the band fades out as the players draw the
Rhinelander ...reflectingTSHS . . . musictourna- crowd's attention Pit Band ... supplied music for
ments prepared for memorizing solos ...duets .. "Brigadoon" ... received music late ... frenzied
. other ensembles ... district tournament at Sparta nerves at last minute practices ... directed by Mr. Loy
...desire for a first . . . traveled to Eau Claire for state ... continually playing too loud ... first night jitters
tournament ... medals won to hang in cases... Mr. ... looking your best . . . gave it your all ...happiness
lVlellin's pride in students . . . three major concerts . . . over final success ... relieved tensions after the last
Christmas, Pops, Spring ... full-dress uniform ... night of production ...anticipation of next year's
final performance at graduation supplied "The musical Dance Band. .. practice every Tuesday
Grand March" for processional and recessional ... night . . . played a variety of music . . . ragtime . ..
tears as the seniors play forthe last time. .. blues ... contemporary tunes ... performed at Pops
concert . . . spring style show ended the year . ..
Learning and Understanding Fundamentals of
FIRST CHAIR PLAYERS: FRONT ROW:
Rhonda Oftedahl, Mary Jo Hill, Carol
Woodliff, Hilary Farmer. SECOND
ROW: Claudia Clark, Judy Scott, Bon-
nie Mellin, Diana Laufenberg, Lois
Maum, Mary Deane, Norma Bubnich,
Cathy Lein. THIRD ROW: Vicki Sowle, ,,
John Elmer, Bill Rasmussen, Gary
Neustadter, Chris Lein, Linda Brook-
, .,...A Matty Mr'-
SENIOR BAND: FRONT ROW: Mary Jo Hill. Sue Schlegel, Lois Maum.
SECOND ROW: Bonnie Mellin, Lana Brookman. Dianne Ring, Marvin
Groothuis, Sue Thurow. Kay Hancock, Suzanne Robertson. Debbie
Sovvle. Debbie Gatzke. Bev Anderson. Denise Pederson, Karyl De-
Witt. Sue Wildes, Barb Carney, Mary Deane, Judy Scott, Barb Jan-
ney. Sue Wilcox. Claudia Clark. THIRD ROW: Hilary Farmer. Sue
Krier, Dianne Johnson. Lucy Poss. Marie Knutson. Peggy Fishbune.
Bob Bennet, Kris Sundin. Nancy Robinson. Marilyn McCauley, Don-
na Hedrich, Rita Gamerdinger. Vicki Allen, Chris Erbs. Rhonda Ofte-
dahl, Carol Zastoupil, Jan Lund, Dianne Laufenberg, Norma Bub-
nich. FOURTH ROW: Roberta Randall. Colleen Kennedy. Sue Barrett.
Music Through Devotion
PEP BAND: FRONT ROW: Hilary Farmer, Sue Krier, Dianne Johnson,
Lucy Poss, Marie Knutson, Margaret Fishbune, Bob Bennett. SEC-
OND ROW: Dianne Laufenberg. Jan Lund, Kris Lein, Gary Herdrich,
Dave Hillert, Gary Nelson, Cathy Lein, Rhonda Oftedahl. Chris Erbs.
Vicki Allen, Bonnie Mellin, Lana Brookman. Dianne Ring. THIRD
Rhonda Behrens, Lois Michela. Alexis Gunderson, Chris Hanson.
Barbara Mack, Carol Woodliff. Diane Selz. Jim Staege, Jeff Rischette,
Sue Poss, Albert Hess. John Hoag. Gary Neustadter, Mark Rabe.
Debbie Spearbecker, Kris Lein. FIFTH ROW: Judy Pasch. Jackie
Pierce, Margaret Kattle, Bonnie Christiansen, Sue Mormann, Dave
Pearson, John Elmer, Mike Loy. Carl Knutson. Bill Rasmussen, Larry
Rudkin, Scott Krueger. Marlin Marten, Linda Brookman, Ann Duck-
low. Howard Hanson. Candace Meier. Marsha Manthe. Tim Vernier,
Wanda Zillmer. Sharon Roberts, Chip Senteney. Jane Wiener. Kent
Marquardt. Gary Herdrich, Dave Hillert, Gary Nelson. Cathy Lein,
Vicki Sowle, Mr. William Mellin,
and Hours of Practice
ROW: Chris Hanson, Barbara Mack. Carol Neustadter, Scott Krue-
ger, Marlin Marten. Linda Brookman. FOURTH ROW: Vicki Sowle,
John Elmer. Mike Loy. Candace Meier. Bill Rasmussen, Carl Knut-
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DANCE BAND: SEATED: Rhonda Behrens. Candy Meier. FRONT ROW: Norma Bubnich, Jan Lund, Diana Laufenberg, Mike Loy, Chris Lein, Deb-
bie Spence, Mark Rabe, SECOND ROW: Cathy Lein, Gary Nelson, Gary l-lerdrich, Marlin Marten, John Hoag, Gary Neustadter. i
Performing in Public After Hours of Practice
The Senior Band plays "Fight On" as they begin another half-time performance.
Leading the Band With Skill and Poise
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TWIRLERS: Cl. to r.j Norma Bubnich, Linda Walsh, Vicki Sowle, Denise Pederson, Debbie Sowle.
High-kickingtwirlers lead the spirited band in the Homecoming parade.
Twirlers try-outs in the fall
judged by entire band .., marching
the length of the parking lot ...
final glory of winning ... work just
begun .., Vicki Sowle chosen head
majorette. ., practiced football rou-
tines in morning dew ... anxiety of
first half-time show ... shivering in
buckskin and short skirts nerv-
ousness over twirling fire ... only a
few singed hairs ... worked with
tapes for parade routines .,. prac-
tice marching Block D . . . two big
parades ... Homecoming... Spar-
ta tournament gave baton les-
sons to youngsters passing on
knowledge for future success. ..
MADRIGAL: FRONT ROW: Dale John-
son, Bonnie Mellin, Janine Wrobleski,
Sue Thurow, Sue Wilcox, Gloria Stoltz,
Norma Bubnich, Rosie Griffin, Patty
Johnson, Val Griffin, Marv Groothius.
SEATED: Mr. Richard Loy, SECOND
ROW: Ray Rodefer, Paul Salzwedel,
Jim Murray, Harold Dodge. Gary Neus-
tadter, John Dennis, John Landmann,
Jenny Birkness, Debby Fox, Dave
Cooper. Dale Lamb, Lauren Protz.
Vocal Training and Patient Study Results
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A CAPPELLA: FRONT ROW: Sue Wilcox, Christine Crawford, Rosie
Griffin, Bonnie Mellin, Marcia Bloom, Val Griffin. Chris Rattle, Patty
Johnson. Sue Thurow, Janine Wrobleski, Judy Larsen, Chris Erbs,
Sandy Schendel, Mary Maxwell. Ruth Richmond, Mary Jo Zahrte.
Terry Seflow. SECOND ROW: Annette Winchel, Gloria Stolz, Debbie
Sowle, Wilma Royce, Kathy Ball, Janet Drew, Jenny Birkness, Debby
Fox, Suzanne Leinen, Julie McNamer, Shirley Warnke, Cathy Lein,
Ruth Martinson. Angie Olson, Betsy Singleton, Jackie Steele, Jenny
Steinmetz, Carolyn Coates. THIRD ROW: Dick Jensen, Steve Finni-
gan, Ted Moskonas, Jim Murray, John Dennis, Jim Falkner, Dave
Ornes, Tunney Strozewski, Paul Salzwedel, Marvin Groothius, Marty
Alexander, Ralph Taylor, Harold Dodge. David Mike, Ray Rodefer.
FOURTH ROW: Steve Walker, John Landmann, Ron Calkins, Carl
Knutson, Charles Wood, Dennis Koranda, Lauren Protz, Tim Foley,
Dale Lamb,, Jim Westphal, Dave Cooper, Rich Walley. Kent Tattroe,
Gary Neustadter, Dale Johnson.
GlRLS' TREBLE CLEF: FRONT ROW: Shirley Ammerman, Julie Chris-
tianson. Norma Bubnich, Pam Henderson. Gloria Stolz, Linda Wein-
zierl. Joan Beck, Bonnie Herth, Sue Coenen. Kathy Sullivan, Patty
Johnson, Mary Zarhte, Jenny Steinmetz. Monica Johns, Patty
Gerke, SECOND ROW: Ruth Richmond, Jean Beck, Judy Zimmer-
man, Sue McCurdy, Kathy Knight. Linda Morrow. Lorraine Pearson.
Roberta Randall. Rhonda Van Vorhees, Val Griffin, Elizabeth Reese.
Kathy Happel. Kay Steidl. Barb Bailey. THIRD ROW: Marsha Gnewi-
kow, Colleen Decorah, Mary Lincoln, Debbie Clay, Julie Abbott. Jo
Ann Larson, Gail Fisher, Debbie Mesner, Susan Shisler. Cynthia Zel-
ley, Pauline Salzwedel, Sue Sorenson, Linda Zimmerman, Debbie
l-leintz. FOURTH ROW: Debbie Spearbecker, Barb Janney, Ina Mae
Cramer, Barb Larson, Helen Ollendick, Jeanette Morehouse, Diane
Senogles, Dorothy Janusheske, Kay Koscal. Linda Kriigel, Bonnie
Pederson.JaneChristianson. Candy Meier,
in Pleasant Harmonizing for Public Functions
Mr. Richard Loy directs the annual musical. This year's selection
A Cappella ... a blending of many different voices . ..
never enough alto ... undertook new projects .,. tel-
evised a Christmas concert from Eau Claire
planned and produced a successful musical . . par-
ticipated in public concerts . .. sold stationery to raise
money ... entered our best in tournaments ... many
went to State .,. performed for final time at Com-
mencement ... Madrigal ... a select group of the best
singers ... gave up noons to practice ... appeared in
public at special functions learned to harmonize
with a small group ... Girls' Treble Clef ... applying
basics of vocal control ...supplied music during "Bri-
gadoon" ... improved in hopes of being promoted...
added own contributions to concerts hard work
... practice ...the only way to becomethe best . ..
Debate .,. advised by Miss Mary
Lemke ... experience in the art of
persuasion ...pros and cons ...
gained confidence in public speak-
ing ., . Forensics ,. i developed a
variety of talents speaking,
reading, acting ... all means of
communications ,.. advised by Mr.
Wilmer Pearson ,.. two A's and two
B's at state .,, NHS .Urepresented
the top ten per cent of senior class
.., judged on more than academic
record held prestige of belong- ,
ing to an exclusive organization .,. l
served asa model for underclass-
DEBATE: SEATED: Janice Lincoln, Richard Bender. Marshall Kuehl, John Drew, Sue Mc
Curdy, SECOND ROW: Gary Johnson. Ray Jacobs. Mike Bordas.
Using Academic Arts in Communicating
NHS: FRONT ROW: Jim Giesen,V.
Pres., Vicki Sowle. Sec.: Denny Lin-
der, TreaS.: Jim Bursinger, Pres.
SECOND ROW: Sylvia DeLong, Car-
ol Woodliff, Dave Ornes, Sue Krier,
Don Stickney, Janet Drew. Bill
Noon. THIRD ROW: Dave Hillert.
John Elmer, Mike Gilbert, Craig
Harris. John Wilkinson. Wally Gne-
FORENSICS: SEATED: Ted Mos-
konas, Debby Hill. J. J, Sobota,
Lana Brookman, Sandy La-
Bansky, Barb Becker. Claire
Sweet. SECOND ROW: Don
Stickney, Dave Hillert. John
Elmer, Debby Gatzke, Janet
Drew, Julie McNamer.
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STUDENT COUNCIL: SEATED: Mr. John Crubaugh, Adviser: Jim Gle-
sen, Pres.: Jackie Steele, V. Pres.: Dianna Schendel, Rec. Sec.: Jan
Lund, Corr. Sec.: Bob Bennett. Treasp Mike Bordas, Linda Walsh.
Kris Lein, Mary Wiseman, Shirley Ammerman. Bertie Randall, Jane
Christensen, Carolyn Coates, Donna Fish. SECOND ROW: Jack Tay
lor, Mike Betthauser. Bob Merrill, Gary Szymanski, Dave Drescher
Tom Hedrich. Wally Gnewikow, Dick Jensen, Claire Sweet, Bruce
l-lellmich, Allan Betcher, Ted Moskonas, Terry Setlow. Sue Thurow.,
Organizations Work to Benefit Student Body
AFS: FRONT ROW: Rosemary Griffin, Sec.: Lucy Poss, Treas:
Larry Hall, Pres. SECOND
ROW: Sandy Abbs, Kate Kozarek. Jenny Birkness, Dennis Linder, Jackie Steele, Bob Jam-
shidi. THIRD ROW: Dick Jensen, John Drew, Jim Falkner, Lamont Schroeder, Dennis Ko-
randa, Gary Neustadter.
Student Council elected repre-
sentatives ot the student body
met every other Friday ... Block D
.,. installed candy machine...
purchased trash cans spon-
sored "Jitney" "Little Rascals"
movies .. revised constitution
dress code . . . hosted South Central
Student Council Workshop . .. main
speaker, Judge James Rice ... din-
ner at the Carlton ... promoted Ina
dian head contest ... advised by
Mr. John Crubaugh established
new election policy speeches ..
campaigns primaries vot-
ing booths... a year of accomplish-
ment practiced and promoted
student government ... AFS ...
newly formed organization ...
sponsored foreign-exchange stu-
dent... hosted foreign students
from the surrounding area ... ad-
vised by Mr. William Graham...
took first step in developing better
understanding between domestic
and foreign students . ..
HIGHLIGHTS STAFF: FRONT ROW:
Susan Webber, Lois Behrens. Carol
Vlloodliff, Dianne Johnson, SECOND
ROW: Sherrie Sommerfield, Lee
Robarge. John Elmer, Margaret
Applying Journalistic Techniques to Inform the
HIGHLIGHTS published the news for the
student body ,.. wore home-made signs dur-
ing subscription campaign made HAIVIOT
staff do the same ...sold ads to merchants
and subscriptions to students .,, snooped for
news . . , decided which stories to print ...
assigned them to journalism students ... set
deadlines that were never met , ., took pic-
tures ,,. copyread and revised ran to Ar-
nie and gave him instructions on printing ,,.
cut classes to pick up proofs . .. proofread
and ran back to printers . ., picked upfinal
copies sold at noon for twenty-five cents
.., pulled account out ofthe red ... success
,.. broke in a new staff for next year . ..
Student Body and Record the Yea r's Activities
HAMOT STAFF: FRONT ROW: Dianna Schendel. Sharon Brdar, Judy Bernhardt, Mary Schnese,
Eileen Geier. Margaret Fishbune. Sherrie Sommerfield, Sue Krier, Paula Kremmer.
Co-Editors Lana Brookman and Dianna Schendel prepare layouts and fit copy for the last
Lee Robarge. SECOND ROW: Lana Brookman
HAMOT ... started from scratch ..
. no experience . . . originated some
new ideas to try . . . hoped forthe
best ... planned the book .. . ar-
ranged and rearranged the ladder
diagram ...big promotion drive...
assigned different sections to the
staff ... deadlines to meet ... pic-
tures to take . . . financesto settle
... walked the halls with Harold ...
pointed out good candids ... wrote
and rewrote copy stayed up till
the early morning hours finally
sent in the last deadline . . . sighed a
sigh of relief and sadness ...waited
anxiously for the finished product
... distributed at last ... a year of
hard work and tears ...laughter
and joy . .. never to be forgotten. ..
JOURNALISM I: FRONT ROW: Nani Alapai. Linda Brookman, Terry Brian Langwill, Suzanne Leinen, Donna Fish, Mike Bordas. Sandy
Westphal,Carol Zastoupil. Pauline Fell, Roberta Randall,JulieChris- Abbs- THIRD ROW? Hilary Fafmafi Angela Olson. Mary Callahan,
tianson. SECOND ROW: John Laudon. Jan Lund, Marie Knutson, JerOme Sabota. Mary JO Hill. Kate Kozarek. Dagne Robinson.
Utilizing New Skills For Student Publications
Journalism One ,.. first attempt at
a newspaper .., learned fundamen-
tals put out SPOTLIGHT
supplementary paper ...studied
under Miss Barbara Schultz
chose staffs for next year ... antici-
pated filling the shoes of Jll ...Tyro V
collection of students' writings 39'
... short stories, essays, poetry . f
typed on stencils no correction f
fluid ... heated arguments over
type style ... finally the finished
product ... Student Directory ...
long hours of work ... handed out
student questionaires .,. compiled
information ...alphabetized .,.
typed successfully sold all cop-
stuoENt oiREcToRYq ri. to rg shawn Brdar,
Sherrie Sommerfield, Eileen Geier. Mary P'
TYRO: Cl. to r.J Carol Woodliff, Dianne Johnson,
John Elmer, Lois Behrens.
FRENCH CLUB: FRONT ROW: Carol Woodliff. Sec.: John Elmer,
Pres., Mike Reese, V. Pres., Mark Roemer, Sgt.-at-arms, Sue Snyder,
Treas. SECOND ROW: Sue Thurow. Cathy Happel, Sandie Pearson.
Mary Wickliffe, Dorothy Hellmich, Kay Hancock, Judy Zimmerman.
Judi Bernhardt. Kathy Sullivan, Brenda Blackdeer, Patty Gerke.
THIRD ROW: David Mike, Vicki Sowle, Sheryl Gabower, Debbie
Sowle, Barb Johnson, Jan Lund, Colleen Decorah. Elizabeth Reese.
LATIN CLUB ll: FRONT ROW: Barb Carney, Consul: Dennis Linder, Consul: Lois Michela, Scribai Suzanne
Robertson, Quaestor. SECOND ROW: Sandy Abbs, Janet Drew, Jenny Birkeness, Hilary Farmer, John Drew,
Eugenia Schenecker, Diane Rockman, Diana Laufenberg, Sylvia Robertson. THIRD ROW: Dave Ornes, Kate
Kozarek, Linda Walsh, Linda Olson, Vicki Allen, Carol Wettstein, Kathy Clark, Sally Johnson, Jim Bursinger,
FOURTH ROW: David Hillert, Dwight Helmke, Dennis Koranda, Mike Gilbert, Jim Giesen, Craig Harris, Mike
Reese, John Wilkinson, Joe Schneider.
LATIN CLUB l: FRONT ROW: Pauline Fell, James Murray, Julie Bru
ley, Denise Konicek, Mary Lincoln, Claudia Clark. SECOND ROW:
Norma Bubnich, Kent Marquardt, Larry Szabo, Debbie Mathews,
Susan Poss, Sheryl Kolb, Sue Sorenson. THIRD ROW: Sue Mormann
Peggy Fishbune, Mary Maxwell, Terry Westpfahl. FOURTH ROW:
Rhonda Behrens, Pat Hurley, Carol Griffith. Kris Lein, Dianne Johne
son, Hilary Farmer, Debby Gatzke, Karen Anderson, Lois Behrens.
FIFTH ROW: Sue Webber. Linda Walsh, Linda Olson. Gary Szyman-
ski, Richard Walley, Mike Gillbert, John Wilkinson, Jennie O'Leary,
David Hillert, Denise Pedersen. Eugenia Schenecker.
Lands Through Language
French Club ..."Bonjour
speakers . . . caro
French Club ..."Bonjour
Mesamis" ... carolled at
old folks' home . . . guest
speakers ...advised by
Mrs. Helen Waugh
films of France an-
nual banquet . .. "French
Style" ... related experi-
ences with the French-
Canadians .,. Latin Club
...advised by Mrs. Mu-
riel McCallum Roman
banquet pie eating
contest ... dressed like
slaves in togas ...
reigned as gods, and
goddesses . .. brought an
ancient civilization to
Bob Merrill, Torn Gilbert, Alexis Gunderson, Tim Vernier, Barb Beck-
er, Mary Wiseman. FOURTH ROW: Garry Herclrich, Mike White, Chip
Senteney, Cam Harris, Keith Kennedy, Terry Frisbie. Chris Hanson,
INTERACT: FRONT ROW: Dennis Linder, Presg Craig Harris, Treas.:
Scott Blackwell, Sgt.-at-arms: Jim Geisen, V. Pres.: Jim Bursinger,
Sec.: Bob Jamshidi, AFS student: Dr. J. W, Chitwood, Adviser. SEC-
OND ROW: Kent Marquardt, Dick Jensen, Stephen Frey, Larry Hall.
John Drew, Bill Rasmussen, Don Stickney, Tom Lobe. Mike Strozin-
sky, Jim Lenz, John Laudon. THIRD ROW: Bob Mesner, Mark Roe-
mer, Gary Herdrich, Bob Merrill, Scott Krueger, Jett Emanuel, John
Learning to Be Useful
Interact . . . sponsored by Rotary ... picked bythe
school meetings every two weeks in the Bank of
Tomah sponsored foreign exchange student
cancer drive mental retardation drive dances
... District Rotary Convention ...club ot accomplish-
ments . .. building mature and responsible minds, ..
YOUNG DEMS: FRONT ROW: Chip Sen- Y -
teney, Exec. Board: J. J. Sabota, Exec.
Board: Marie Knutson, Sec.: Nancy
Robinson, Treas,: Debby Hill, Pres.,
Mike Strozinski, V, Pres. SECOND
ROW: Calista Clark, Sylvia Robertson,
Chris Erbs, Mary Lincoln, Cathy Hap-
pel, Sandy Schendel, Pam Weinzierl,
Mr, Paul Dedie. THIRD ROW: Debbie
Clay, Jane Gott, Diane Ring, Judy
Zimmerman, Cathy Lein, Peggy Fish-
bune, Mary Maxwell, Janice Lincoln.
FOURTH ROW: Debbie Sowle, Hilary
Farmer, Sue Webber, Vicki Allen, Ina
Mae Cramer, Donna Fish, Linda Kru-
gel, Dean Sousek.
PRE-MEDS: FRONT ROW: Judi Bern-
hardt, Sec.: Cathy Lein, Pres.: Eileen
Clark, Sylvia Robertson, Ann Ducklow.
Norma Bubnich, Barb Carney, Sue
Mormann, Rhonda Oftedahl, Debby
Hill. THIRD ROW: Diane Rockman,
Mary Wiseman, Jane Christensen, Kris
Lein, Lois Michela. Kathy Behrens,
Mary Lincoln, Peggy Fishbune.
FouRTH ROW: ina Mae Cramer, Eu- '
genia Schenecker, Sherrie Sommer-
field, Gary Herdrich, Judy Garber,
Jeannette Morehouse, Paula Krem-
mer, Gary Neustadter, Sue Krier, Barb
Rose, Ken Boehm, Chris Protz. John Dennis, Dale Kent, Dave Pear-
son, John I-Ioag. FOURTH ROW: Gary Szyrnanski, Joe Schneider,
Dave Hillert, Bob Kane. Doug Felton, Ellis Prell, Mike White, Jim
Falkner, John Wilkinson, Mike Nicosia, Gary Oss, Dave Cooper,
FIFTH ROW: John Landmann, Jim Loehr, Bob Bennett, Terry Frisbie,
Brede Sorenson, Dave Kochinski, Dave Drescher, Cam Harris, Chip
Senteney, James Krier, Tom Hedrich, Tim Lawrence.
Citizens for Future Lite
Young Dems ... annual booth atthe fair . ., state
convention in Madison ...Appreciation Award...
supported McCarthy during campaign in Tomah ..
Pre-Meds preparation for the medical world
touring hospitals... Easter Seals drive . .. movies . .,
Mrs. Jen Jensen, adviser learning through
FFA: FRONT ROW: Ronnie Cook, Reporter: Richard Cook, Sentinal:
Albert Felber, Treasg Allan Burkhalter, Sec.: Al Ruland. V. Pres., Lar-
ry Hall. Pres. SECOND ROW: Dale Johnson. Dan Graf. James Felber,
Doug Doering, Claire Sweet, Wayne Edgerton. Ken Anderson, Bill
O'Connor, Pat Finnigan, Don Alderman. THIRD ROW: Marshall
Kuehl, Gary Gegenfurtner, Chris Roscovius, Dave Kuehl, Jim Marx.
Jim Murphy, Larry Brookman, Dave Linehan, John Schenecker,
Vince Fries. FOURTH ROW: Bob Moser, Dennis Finch, Don Quist,
Wayne Gillette, Albert Jilek, Steve Meacham, Bob Jilek, Bob Dreier,
Mike Betthauser. Roland Wilkonson, Dave Moseley. FIFTH ROW:
Gary Moseley, Howard Hanson, Raymond Wappler. Dwight Helmke.
Jim l-laward. Steven I-lonish, Bob Christiano. Jerry Garber, Kenneth
McGinnis. Marlin Marten.
Working Toward a More Fulfilling Future
FFA ... studied the ever in-
creasing need for farmers
... learned to organize and
budget a real farm ...ani-
mals ... crops farming
techniques for future years
FHA: FRONT ROW:
Marcia Bloom, Treas.3
Betsy Singleton. Sec.:
Patty McNamer, V.
Pres. SECOND ROW:
Lois Maum, Jane Goff.
Julie McNamer, Rosey
Vinney, Cheryl Johns.
THIRD ROW: Mary
Protz. Judy Gaede,
Kris Sundin, Bonnie
sewing .., childcare ...
exhibited efforts at a spring
style show FTA
worked for a teacher
started a plaque for the
"Most Outstanding Teach-
er' '... studied variousas-
pects of the teaching profes-
sion ... handed in report of
year's accomplishments ...
received pins. ,.
FTA: FRONT ROW: Lois Behrens, V. Pres.: Dianne Johnson, Sec.: Marilyn McCaulay. THIRD ROW: Kathy Behrens, Linda Olson, Linda
Janet Drew, Treas.: Ruth Schober, Pres.: Sally Johnson. l-list.: Kay Walsh, Paula Kremmer, Mike Gilbert, Tommy Gilbert, Rita Gamer-
Hancock, Parliamentarian. SECOND ROW: Patty Gerke, Amy Brown, dinger, Lana Brookman. Judy Scott.
Calista Clark. Dave Mike, Julie Bruley, Pauline Fell, Denise Konicek.
Ushers chosen by Nlr. Dade
only fifteen against the student body
... maintain order during assemblies
... pep rallies act as disciplinari-
ans ... seating and dismissing stu-
dents at programs in the auditorium
... dependable and responsible young
men .., led seniors at graduation ...
accepted a task of honor and tradition
...Cafeteria Workers ... 11:20 ...
report to cafeteria ... eat and prepare
to serve classmates ... set tables ...
make sandwiches ... organize serving
line . .. prepare clean-up . .. 12:02 ,..
noon hour rush ...dish upfood ...
take lunch tickets . . . dispose of left
overs .., clean-up ... every week day
. . . all year round...
USHERS: FRONT ROW: Jack Taylor, Dennis Linder, Dave Ornes. Jim Bursinger, Don
Stickney, Scott Sell, Collin Rose, SECOND ROW: Jim Geisen, Dave Drescher, Tom Hed-
rich, Bob Bennett. Hal Handy, John Cramer, John Kipper, Tim Foley.
Students Devote Personal Time and Effort to
CAFETERIA WORKERS: FRONT ROW: Ruth Wood, Carol Noyes, Carol Larry Brookman, Jim Clemmerson. Marshall Kuehl. THIRD ROW:
Baldwin, Lynn Gerke, Vicky Hansen, Donna Wood, JoAnn McGinnis, Jim Murphy, Roland Wilkinson, Les Becker, Tom Johnson, Jeff But-
Christine Hubert. SECOND ROW: Gary Frost, Sandra Knickelbein, ner, Raymond Wappler, Stephen Hubert, Don Fleitner, Russell
Diane Snider, Bonnie Decorah, Lorraine Pearson, Shirley Warnke, Widger.
OFFICE WORKERS: SEAITED: Debbie Hill, Paula Kremmer. SECOND LIBRARY WORKERS: FRONT ROW: Marcia Knutson, Sandy
ROW: Connie Coenen, Jim Falkner, Don Stickney, Tom l-ledrich, Pat- Bloom, Dianna Schendel, Ruth Schober, Debby Clay, Pau-
TY HSSGKSUC Sr1yder,Sharon Vallem, line Salzwedel. SECOND ROW: Doris l-lolste, Carol King.
Vicki Sage, Jane Weiner, Doris Von Ruden, Christine Hu-
bert, Beverly Anderson, Zan Roeske.
Maintaining a Smooth Functioning School
LAB WORKERS: Cl. to r.J Alexis Gunderson, Christine Hubert, Dennis Linder, Jim Bursinger.
Gene Epding. Dean Sowle. Lloyd Chase, Jack Alderman, Craig Harris.
Office Workers , . . one houra day
volunteered ,.. "man Friday" to
the administration selected by
Mr. Graham ... ran errands . . i col-
lected green cards ,,. alphabetized
...handed out absent sheets ...
ready and willing to help . .. Library
Workers ... under the guidance of
Mrs. Margaret Walker ... one block
per day checked out books ,..
collected fines operated paper-
back book store maintained
order in the library . . . assisted in
taking inventory gained knowl-
edge in the use of the library , . . Lab
Workers ... aided the science
teachers in maintaining an orderly
department refilled bottles for
experiments ... checked tests
cared for mice and snakes . . , an
unusual and rewarding pastime. ..
PEP CLUB: FRONT ROW: Lana Brookman, Pres., Marge Lamb, V.
Pres.: Kathy Behrens, Treas.: Rhonda Oftedahl, Sec. SECOND ROW:
Sue Snyder. Judi Bernhardt, Amy Brown, Peggy Fishbune, Mary
Maxwell, Peggy Ferguson, Sylvia DeLong, Sud Benoit, Marcia
Bloom, Jenny Steinmetz. Terry Seflow. THIRD ROW: Sheryl Gabow-
Promoting School Spirit
Pep Club . . , organized late in the year . . . formed
under a new advisor . ,, Mrs. Diane Graewin ... main
objective was to promote school spirit ... painted the
store windows at Homecoming . . . juniors washed
them ... made posters and hoops for all home games
PEP CLUB: FRONT ROW: Connie Coenen. Nani Alapai, Marilyn Ma-
cauley, Sandy Abbs, Chris Erbs, Jean Beck, Nancy Dettman, Diane
Ring, Dinah Sparks, Linda Brookman, Brenda Blackdeer, Joanne
Beck. SECOND ROW: Janice Lincoln, Sylvia Robertson, Bertie Ran-
dall. Jane Gotf, Nancy Robinson, Carolyn Brown, Diane Rediske,
Margaret Rattle, Barb Johnson, Sue McCurdy, Mary Wicklitfe, Sand-
ie Pearson. THIRD ROW: Lucy Poss, Linda Felber, Dorothy Hellmich,
PEP CLUB: FRONT ROW: Suzanne Robertson, Pam Weinzierl, Norma
Bubnich, Sharon Roberts, Mary Lincoln, Barb Carney, Sue Thurow,
Claudia Clark. SECOND ROW: Marsha Manthe, Terry Westpfahl,
Lynn Hubert, Wanda Zillmer, Debby Mesner, Ann Ducklow, Mary
Wiseman, Judy Scott, Rhonda Behrens. THIRD ROW: Mary Scott,
er, Mary Jo Zahrte. Sue Webber, Sherrie Sommerfield, Carol Wood-
liff, Kathy Lein, Suzanne Leinen, Carol King, Gwyn Gibson, Jackie
Steele, Dianna Schendel. FOURTH ROW: Dianne Johnson, Debby
Fox, Paula Kremmer, Sue Krier, Judy Garber. Rita Gamerdinger,
Barb Mack, Angie Olson, Kathy Ball, Eileen Geier.
... learned the cheers ... backed the team .,. made
the huge poster proclaiming "Tomah Has Pride"
rejoiced at victories . . . were good sports when we lost
...represented TSHS to the best of ourability . ..
learned of loyalty and pride . ..
Sandy Schendel, Karen Anderson, Judy Zimmerman, Colleen De-
corah, Sally Johnson, Jan Lund, Debbie Sowle, Diane Rockman,
Cathy Happel. Donna Fish. FOURTH ROW: Kay Koscal, Kay Hancock.
Debby Gatzke. Eugenia Schenecker, Linda Walsh, Vicki Allen, Gayle
Gerke. Kate Kozarek, Donna Fitschen, Ina Mae Cramer, Marie Knut-
Debbie Clay, Kris Lein, Mary O'Leary, Janet Geier, Susan Poss. Nan-
cy Oss, Jane Christensen, Diane Bdar, Kathy Christiano. FOURTH
ROW: Candy Meier, Alexis Gunderson, Denise Pederson, Karyl De-
Witt, Jeanette Morehouse, Barb Janney, Debbie Straege, Bonnie
Peterson, Lois Michela.
Developing Sportsmanship in School Athletics
LETTERMEN: FRONT ROW: Mike Nicosia, Tom Hedrich, Lamont THIRD ROW: Chuck Larsen, Ron Betcher, Mike Kasten. Dave Cooper.
Schroeder, Gary Oss, Scott Blackwell, Rich Walley, Denny Linder, Tom Champlin, Hal Handy. Bob Bennett, Jim Bursinger. FOURTH
Coach Dave Spies. SECOND ROW: Ken Boehm, Don Stickney, Steve ROW: Gerald Conner, Jack Taylor, Ellis Prell, Tom Klitzke, Jim Falk-
Walker, John Cramer. Jim Giesen, Dave Drescher, Kent Marquardt. ner, Tunney Strozewski, Tom Jacob, Mike Rezin.
LETTERMEN: FRONT ROW: Larry Rudkin, Lee Robarge. John Bordas, Mark Walder. SECOND ROW:
Richard Stein. Jim Krier, Kelly Clark. Tim Benoit, George Prell. THIRD ROW: Bob Messner, Mark
Matuschka, John Kipper, Steve Mormann. John Cramer, Fred Lenz.
Lettermen ... comprised of
athletes advised by Coach
Dave Spies held initiation
. . . all passed with flying colors
... many accomplishments
popped popcorn with new
popcorn machine every
Block G on Friday . . . sold re-
freshments at home games
... originated a new constitu-
tion ... ruled that players in
the Senior-Faculty game
should change every four
minutes ushered at Tour-
nament received recogni-
tion at the annual Athletic
Banquet Al McQuire, Key-
note speaker ... wore the big
"T" on their sweaters a
symbol of pride and accom-
plishment . ..
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GAA: FRONT ROW: Bertie Randall, Sec.: Janice Lincoln, V. Pres., Syl-
via De-Long, Pres: Terry Seflow, Treas. SECOND ROW: Lois Lincoln,
Nani Alapai, Marilyn MacCauley, Pam Weinzierl, Sandy Schendel,
Cathy l-lappel. Marcia Bloom, Chris Erbs, Patti Gerke, Betty Brook-
man, Sandi Bloom. THIRD ROW: Shirley Warnke, Sue Mormann,
Barb Carney, Suzanne Poss, Margaret Rattle, Susan Poss, Karen
Anderson, Kay Hancock, Bonnie Christiansen, Julie Abbott, Mary
Maxwell, Sue Barrett, Lincla Zimmerman. FOURTH ROW: Barb Jan-
ney, Donna Fitschen, Karyl DeWitt, Vicki Allen, Linda Olson, Barbara
Mack, Ina Mae Cramer, Cathi Lein, Kathy Ball, Debby Gatzke, Nancy
Oss, Barb Becker.
Displaying Athletic Ability, Enthusiasm,
Up and over! Mary Robinson attempts the high jump at GAA practice.
GAA... advised by Miss Margie Lund . ,. stressed
physical fitness activities varied softball
track . .. volleyball ... basketball ,.. bowling . .,
practice after school ... Mondays and Thursdays ...
emphasized track . .. running ... discus , .. shot put
...low hurdles 4 ,, broad jump . .. high jump . . . sore
muscles ... bruised knees ... aching back ... repre-
omonie ... worked for letter or pin ... competed
Kay Hancock discovers thattrying to hurlashot-putis notthe easi- with Others to achieve eood health and develop
esttask. sportsmanship . ..
and Teamwork As Feminity Enters Sports
Bertie Randall "pours on the steam" as she covers the last few yards of the race.
sented in Girls' Sectional Track Meet in Men-
FOOTBALL SQUAD: FRONT ROW: Mgr. Russell Widger, Hal Handy, Tunney Strozewski, Collin Rose, Tim Benoit, Coach John Crubaugh.
John Bordas, John Kipper, Jim Bursinger, Bob Kane, Mike Nicosia, THIRD ROW: Coach Dave Spies, Bob Merrill, Brede Sorenson, Gerald
Don Stickney, Jim Cramer, Bob Bennett. TOVT1 Jacobs, Ken NIC- Conner, Tom Klitzke, Jim Giesen. Tim Foley, Tom Hedrich, Jim
lntyre. Dale Lamb, SECOND ROW: Ken Boehm. Chris Protz, Don Krier, Jim Falkner' Gary 055, Coach Earl Gafzkgg
Friedl, Tom Champlin, Chuck Larsen. Dennis Linder. Jack Taylor,
Strength, Determination, and Ability Combine
Football ... coached by Dave Spies and Paul Dedie . ..
practice began in mid-August . .. ran thetrack . . . cal-
isthenics ... got back into shape after summer vaca-
tion ... prepared forthe first game . . . competed with
teammates for position on the team ... the big night
arrived ... warmed up on field ... last strains ofthe
"Star Spangled Banner" . . , the kick-off . . . cheer-
leaders led demanding yells for victory ... the season
continued ,.. Friday night became football night ...
buses of fans traveled to out oftown games... re-
mained faithful even in foul weather ... pouring rain
,.. howling winds ... heavy snow ended the final
game . .. all put forth effort . . . some received special
recognition lVlost Valuable Player: Dennis Linder
... Co-Captains: Jim Bursinger and Tom Hedrich ,.,
each did his own small part . . . team effort resulted in
third place conference standing . . . 5-2 record . .,
team cooperation and good sportsmanship main-
tained the Indians' winningtradition ...
Tomah is tackled as they advance for another first down.
Coach Dave Spies gives Bob Kane instructions onthe next play
to Create a Winning Season forthe Gridders
"We want a touchdown!"
B-SQUAD FOOTBALL: FRONT ROW: John Laudon, David Witt. Stuart Westphal, Mike Betthauser,
Tim Benoit, Jim Felber, Bob McGarry, Chuck Larsen, Dale Lamb, Bob Bennett, Ron Burkhalter.
Gary Herdrich. SECOND ROW: Duane Von Haden, Allan Betcher, Chris Protz, John Drew, Tom
Champlin, Jeff Rischette, John Rose, Craig Kuehl, Brede Sorenson, Albert Alexander, Larry Rud-
kin, Tim Lawrence. THIRD ROW: Coach Art Oliver, Ken Boehm, Mike Holloway. Gerald Conner,
Gary Szymanski, Richard Stein, Paul Shie, Bob Merrill. Jim Krier, John Landmann, Mark Roemer,
Terry Frisbie. Pat Hurley. Coach Paul Dedie,
A-SQUAD BASKETBALL: FRONT ROW: John Bordas, Bob Kane, Dave Cooper, Chuck Larsen. SECOND ROW: Mgr. Mike Strozinski, John Kipper
Brede Sorenson, Jim Loehr, Dave Drescher, Jim Giesen, Jim Krier, Craig Harris, Doug Felton, John Cramer. Coach John Crubaugh.
Indians Retain Spirit, Enthusiasm, and Pride
Basketball ... coached by John Crubaugh ... hours
of practice in preparation for games ... ran laps
around the gym ... shooting . . . dribbling . .. passing
...again and again . . . competed for varsity . . . start-
ing five ... put team effort into games ... second in
conference in defensive ... had trouble shooting ...
toughest schedule in Tomah history... lack of se-
niors and experienced players new uniforms
low-cut black tennis shoes .., high socks with yellow
"T" ... "Make It Eight" ... the slogan for the Sparta
game . ,, host South Central Conference Basketball
Sub-Regionals ... February 23, 24 ... lost first tour-
nament game to Sparta . , . 70-42 . . . won consulation
game over Black River Falls ... 71-49 ... extremely
dedicated group . , . special recognition , . . Most Valu-
able Player: Jim Geisen ,., Co-captains: John Cramer
and Jim Geisen . ,. First Team All-conference: Jim
Geisen ... although a disappointing year, much expe-
rience gained .,. closed with a 4-8 record ... learned
the value of good sportsmanship through hard work
and dedication . ..
John Kipper demonstrates his basketball ability
Despite Unrewa rding Attempts at Victory
B-SQUAD BASKETBALL: FRONT ROW: Mgr. Jim Murray, Mike Betthauser. John Rose, Mark Roemer. Chris Protz, John Laudon. SECOND ROW:
Mgr. Kelly Clark, Harold Dodge, Mike White. Terry Frisbie, Jim Krier. Mike Holloway, Herb Pennock, Cam Harris, Gary Herdrich, Coach Dave
A-SQUAD WRESTLERS: FRONT ROW: Mgr. Richard Stein, Bob Messner, Kent Marquardt, Mark Walker, Steve Walker, Tom Champlin, George
Prell, Mgr. Fred Lenz. SECOND ROW: Coach Paul Dedie, Colin Rose, Tunney Strowzewski, Jim Falkner, Hal Handy, Tom Hedrich, Tom Klitzke.
Wrestlers Gain Prestige and Recognition for
Jim Falkner tries to force his opponent into a pin.
Wrestling A-squad combination of
brain and brawn conditioned the body
...concentrated on strategy ...routine
programs of diet and work-outs ... ran the
halls after school ... up and down the stair-
ways . .. learned various holds ... half-Nel-
son ... figure four. , .pin ... tournament
... second in Cochran-Fountain City , ..
third at LaCrosse state invitational ... third
at Wisconsin Dells third in conference
standing . .. captains ...Tunney Strozews-
ki and Jim Falkner ... most valuable , ..
Tom Klitzke ... outstanding record of 28-3
... lone representative at state. . .end of a
successful year B-squad ... beginners
as matmen ... learned the value of physi-
cal fitness ... planned strategies ... devel-
op sportsmanship and individual pride
learned to disregard audience reaction ...
gained team position through competitive
wrestling ... training paid off success-
ful record of 9-3 , . , set sights for varsity
squad . ..
Steve Walker tries an unusual hold as he strives for a pin.
TSHS Through Sportsmanship, Skill, and Effort
JUNIOR VARSITY WRESTLERS: FRONT ROW: Bruce Waege, Dale
Johnson, Doug Kimpton, Bob McGarry, Pat Hurley, Al Betcher, Jim
Downing, Donald Snider. SECOND ROW: Jim Staege, Jack Taylor,
Paul Shie, Bob Merrill, Gerald Connors, Tim Benoit, Marty Alexan-
der, Jim Gnewikow. THIRD ROW: Mgr. Steve Gray, Vince Fries. Larry
Rudkin, Dale Lamb, Charles Frederick, Jeff Drew, Dale Kent, Doug
Doering, Coach Art Oliver,
TRACK TEAM: FIRST ROW: Mgr. Russell Kasten, LaMont Schroeder,
Tim Benoit, Steve Walker, John Cramer. John Harding, Larry Rud-
kin, Wally Gnewikow, Pat Hurley, Jim Gnewikow, Allan Betcher, Mar-
lin Marten, Herb Pennock, Mgr. Tom Mangene. SECOND ROW: Eric
Steen, Tim Foley, Scott Kruger, Hal Handy, Keith Kennedy, Dale
Lamb, Ken Maclntyre, Ron Burkhalter, Craig Kuehl, John Rose,
Chris Hanson. THIRD ROW: Coach, Mr. Earl Gatzke, Dave Cooper,
John Landman. Mark Matushka, Jim Falkner, Cam Harris, Tom
Hedrich, Brede Sorenson, Gary Symanski, Tom Hedrich, Mike Kas-
ten Jim Shle, Coach, Mr. Dave Spies.
Individual Eftort and Competitiveness in Track
Track ... a year of recognition and accomplishment
... consisted of boys competing in all forms of track
and field events .., shot put . .. discus ... pole vault
... high jump ... running... practice every block G
.., meets held at the Packard Street field .., coaches
Mr. Earl Gatzke and Mr. Dave Spies , . . a very success-
ful year ,.. won all but one meet . ,, achieved firsts at
the LaCrosse Invitational Viroqua Invitational ..,
earned a second at the Baraboo Relays . .. placed fifth
in Class A Sectionals at Stevens Point .,, team on a
whole rated fourth in conference . . . representatives
for the highest honors chosen by the team ... Most
Valuable, LaMont Schroeder Co-Captains, John
Cramer, Mike Kasten, and Tom Hedrich ...an out-
standing year , .. broke three school records , .. John
Cramer broke high jump record Mike Kasten
broke half-mile relay record ... mile relay team, Herb
Pennock, Dennis Linder, Mark Matushka and John
Harding broke school record ... prestige gained ...
friendships formed competition stressed up-
held a legacy of fine Tomah athletes . ..
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John Harding "pours it on" as he finishes first in the race.
Jim Peterson strains to clear the high jump.
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A-SQUAD BASEBALL:FRONT ROW:Chuck Larsen, Steve Protz, Coach, Mr. Art Oliver, John Kipper, Ron Betcher, Gerald Conner
Mike Betthauser, Steve Frey, Lowell Henning, Ken Boehm, SECOND Dave Drescher, Jim Krier, Bob Merrill, Ellis Prell, Coach, Mr. Darwin
ROW: Mgr., Wayne Jorgenson, Steve Mormann, Jack Taylor, Tunney Dade.
Strozewski, George Prell, Don Stickney, Jim Bursinger. THIRD ROW:
Baseball Skill Leads to Division Championship
Baseball ,.. coached by Mr. Darwin
Dade . ,, established best record in
history of Tomah ... 13-4-1 .,. hard
work and determination were essential
,,. developed individual talents , ..
George Prell pitched forty-eight con-
secutive scoreless innings . .. team
selected their leaders Tunney
Strowzewski, Captain ... George Prell,
Most Valuable ... a year of accom-
plishment became Northern Divi-
sion Champions . .. made their way to
District Tournament . . . were defeated
by Mauston, 6-4 ... worked as a team
to achieve fame and prestige... made
their fellow students proud to be from
Chuck Larson waits
B-SQUAD BASEBALL: FRONT ROW: Bob Kozarek, Kevin Frederick,
Roger Randall. SECOND ROW: Clark Zahrte, John Laudon, Dean
Sousek, Bob Koranda, Tom Johnson. THIRD ROW: Tom Herdrich,
Ronnie Brockman, Mike Meyer, Eric Steen. Jerry Garber, Bob Heath,
Coach, Mr. Darwin Dade.
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Linksters Display Determination During Season
GOLF ... a spring sport of relaxation ... coached by
Mr. John Crubaugh practice every block G a
number of matches cancelled because of rain ,.. indi-
vidual practice , ,. powerful swings for driving . ,,
concentrated on accuracy and precision not an
outstanding record for a finish, buta good showing all
the same . .. placed ninth in a field of twenty at Sauk-
Prairie Invitational .., Invitational at Portage resulted
in third place out of a field of eight , .. South Central
Conference at Portage resulted in fifth . . . tourna-
ments were played ,.. WIAA Regional Tournament at
Hillsboro ,., placed second, next to Viroqua ... WIAA
Sectional Tournament at Wisconsin Dells .,. placed
seventh ,.. a small team ... comprised of boys will-
ingto put in hours of individual effort and practice...
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GOLF: QL. TO RJ Coach John Crubaugh, Tom Yates, Terry Frisbie. Doug Felton. Craig Harris, Jim Giesen, Mike Holloway, Jim Loehr, Mark Roe-
mer, Mike Strozinski.
A golf club and ball- symbol of fun and re- Craig Harris lines up his next shot
Doug Felton attempts to sink a short put. laxation. with precision.
Members of the 1967-68 cheerleading squad are: FRONT ROW: CL. TO RJ Dianna Schendel: Captain, Pam Weinzierl, Sandy Abbs, Nani Alapai.
SECOND ROW: Mary Scott, Gywn Gibson.
Combining Hard Work and Practice to Inspire
"Basketball player hustles cheerleader" -
one of the many skits presented by the
cheerleaders at pep assemblies.
A "coke" break between tournament games
allows the Tomah, Sparta, and Black River
Falls cheerleaders to get better acquainted.
Cheerleaders lead the fans in dis-
, playing school spirit as Tomah
makes the winning two points,
Pride and Sportsmanship in Their School
"We want a touchdown!"
Cheerleaders chosen by faculty and
students judging based on pose, at-
tractiveness, ability, spirit, and leader-
ship. . .earned S300 to go to summer
cheerleading camp at Gustavus Adolphus
College in Minnesota ...washed cars . ..
sponsored bake sale ... sold pencils and
ribbons ,M learned splits ... chants ,.,
mounts ... hours of practice developed
blisters and bruises competition
against other squads resulted in winning
a ribbon ...started year with football
season .,. advised by Miss Jean Otto ...
practiced after school on Tuesday and
Wednesday ... applied skills acquired at
camp to old cheers to develop a new style
... initiated pom pon routines... pep
rallies at noon and Block G .M new skirts
for basketball .M new "welcome" cheer
... routines set to music .,, held a "get
acquainted" supper for visiting tourna-
ment cheerleaders ... sponsored a longe
for cheerleaders and players , . . a year of
activity supervised busses spon-
sored Homecoming . .. decorated for
annual Athletic Banquet united students
in backing the team ... and cheered
them on to victory 'neath the dear old
white and gold ...
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"Bob" Brings Knowledge of Iran to Students
Shahram Jamshidi . ., arrived in late summer , ,,
stayed with the George Senteney family in Warrens
began school as a senior was dubbed "Bob"
for convenience ... made many adjustments to fit in
. , , took the regular senior curriculum , .. maintained
high scholastic average throughout the year ... first
introduced to the community through the Homecom-
ing parade ... escorted Dorothy Hellmich to the
Homecoming festivities . , . taught his classmates
about his country . .. hometown in Tehran . ,, all
boys' school .,. modernization of city ... no camels
4.. taught lVlr. Crubaugh how to pronounce Iran ...
participated in basketball training broke arm at
the beginning of the season .,. had to be satisfied
with sideline participation .., spoke to various com-
munity groups participated in AFS weekend
helped entertain other foreign students . .. escorted
Jenny Steinmetz to Prom ... became Americanized
... in both dress and speech learned teen slang
... became accepted as TSHS student .,. graduated
as a true member of the 1968 senior class ... left be-
hind a warm memory never to be forgotten ...
Bob and his date, Jenny Steinmetz, enjoy a quiet moment together
as they dance at Prom,
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their active participation in the Homecoming
festivities by riding in the parade. Al
Bob and Steve Walker discuss the mornings happenings over
Bob receives his diploma from Dr. Weatherford. after completing a
lunch. successful year at TSHS.
"We've got 'em beat in both
brawn and beauty!"
Seniors Prove Prowessg Trample the Faculty
Senior-Faculty Game . .. senior boys vs. male
faculty ... January 30 . ,. new high school gym
floor ... senior girls backed the team as cheer-
leaders dressed as hippies cowboys
soldiers ... beatniks ... brought laughter to the
crowd by their funny cheering actions ... songs
about "Granny and her nightgown" Faculty
dressed up . ., lVlr. Smith and his dino . .. Mr.
Dade and his long blond hair lVlr. Crubaugh
tan old ladyj and his bicycle . .. Nlr. Graham and
his comfortable chair with wheels Seniors
...coached by John Cramer and Jim Giesen ...
hours of practice at night and after school ...
changed rules to encourage sportsmanship .,.
players disguised . , . Gary Oss and his hat...
Gary Nelson and his long hair ...Jim Bursinger
and his grass shirt Mike Bordas carried out
on a stretcher ,.. Gary Johnson as the "Sheik"
... seniors demonstrated their agility ,.. defeat-
Proud seniorgirls enthusiastically support "theirguys". ed the faculty 51-47 N. proved to be -'Mighty
Seniors" . . . a tradition of sportsmanship . .,
Mr. Olson attempts to make a basket while lVlr. Kunz tries to keep Mr. Curren becomes the highlight of the evening as he makes a bas-
the seniors from getting the rebound. ket.
Badger Boys' Jim Giesen, Dennis Linder, and Jim Bursinger com-
pare notes on what they learned during their weeks stay at Ripon.
They learned of the various phases ofthe government through di-
Julie McNamer, Homemaker of Tomorrow. applies her cooking and
homemaking skills. She received this award by acquiring the high-
est score in the annual homemaking test.
Outstanding Seniors Earn Honors Through
Chosen on the basis of her dependability, service, good character,
and patriotism, Jackie Steele won the Daughters of the American
John Elmer, recipient of the O'Konski Cup for outstanding journal-
istic ability, places his trophy in the showcase. In order to receive
this award John had to interview Lt, Gov. Jack Olson, then write and
type a news story in a limited amount of time.
Dianna Schendel, Badger Girl's Stater, looks over her notes after
spending a week in Madison, She attained a greater understanding
of governmentand many Iastingfriendships.
Heading the senior class is Mike Gilbert as Valedictorian with a
97,28 average. Here, Mike is looking over various math and science
Scholarship, Service, Leadership, and Integrity
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David Ornes and Wally Gnewikow were selected to attend a Banker's
Institute for three days in Minneapolis. The purpose of the trip was
to gain knowledge concerning finances.
Cathi Lein, winner of the-Voice of Democracy contest, records her
speech for state competition. This year's theme was "Freedoms
Tunney Strozewski, winner of the Outstanding Junior Award, re-
ceived the honor on the basis of scholarship, character, and sports-
Sophomore Representa- Senior Representative Junior Representative Junior Representative Sophomore Representa-
tive Jenny Thompson Sharon Brdar Donna Fish Dianne Ring tive Sue Thurow
'Indian Beat' Headlines a Weekend of Floats,
Senior Representative Queen Terry Seflow
Homecoming 1967 4 4. biggest weekend in fall 4 ..
floats decorated and worked on for weeks , .4 windows
painted downtown by Pep Club .,, dummy made and
painted for the goal post 4 , . pep rally held on Thurs-
day afternoon to start the Homecoming festivities ...
bon-fire sponsored by student council , 4 . cheerlead-
ers lead yells and chants around the fire . .. formed a
snake dance . .. travelled in winding lines to the park
. .4 formed huge circle with cheerleaders in the center
... everyone cheered enthusiastically .,. Friday
brought the parade ,.. nightfall broughtthe game 4 ,,
victorious over Viroqua ,.. halftime ... twirlers
twirled fire ... court announced , .4 Terry Seflow
crowned as Queen 4 4 , tears of happiness 4 4. Saturday
brought the dance .44 music by the "Chancyrs" ...
decorated like a football field ... goal posts .,, foot-
balls and helmets hung from the ceiling ... "Indian
Beat" .., dance theme . 4 4 evening slowly faded out
... no longer a reality .., only a memory never to be
forgotten . , ,
Players concentrate on their next play against Vnroqua. Student Council Vice-President Jackie Steele presents Homecoming Queen Terry
Seflow with a bouquet.
Football, and Fun as Students Enjoy Festivities
The football team aboard the fire trucks is an annual Homecoming
The FHA float is only one of the many imaginative entries in the
Twirp . .. sponsored by Journalism Il . ..
money raising project ... weeks of careful
planning chose an appropriate theme
... hired the band ... last minute compli-
cations ... switched to unknown band H.
hoped for the best . .. hours of drawing op-
art posters ... weeks of painting with con-
strasting colors hoarding pictures for
decorations ... worked around football
helmets and muddy shoes , .. other minute
details ... drew and printed tickets ... Ia-
bored over underground newspaper ..,
ordered sugar cubes for LSD made
streamers for the entrance door ... hours
and hours of work ... impatiently working
to finish and finally decorate ...the big
nightarrived . ..
Norma Bubnich and Norm Wonzer reflect mixed feelings as they enter the world
of psychedelic madness,
Students Experience the Wonder and Involvement
The dancers seem to enjoy themselves as they keep tempo with the fast-moving music.
The "Soulville" provides psychedelic music to carry out the theme of Twirp The chaperones express their views on the Bug-a-loo
ofa Psychedelic World Through Twirp '67
November 18 .,. a night to remember ... girls nerv-
ous about playing host to their dates ...finally under-
stood what boys go through ... entered a world of
mystic surprise ...greeted by the unexpected . ..
hippies painted faces love beads flowers
everywhere , . . walls covered with black and white
stripes wild psychedelic posters seen everywhere
V- ... theme covered one wall ... "Flower Power" ,..
flashing lights ... red . . . yellow . ., blue . . . green .,,
blaring music of the band ... "LSD" sugar cubes giv-
en away at "Lana's Love Booth" ... Twirp '67 ,,. one
of a kind ... never to be forgotten . ..
Hippie Lana Brookman passes outsugarcubesto insurea good
Sophomore Representative Mark Walker Sophomore Representative Allan Betcher Senior Representative Howard Wachter
and his date,Claudia Clark and his date,Shirley Bailey and his date,Sharon Brdar
'Winter's Enchantment' Crystalizes into a
Sn0ball1968 J.. January 27 .,.
sponsored by the Band . ., 'Winter's
Enchantment as a theme ... snow-
flakes suspended from the ceiling
. .. blue streamers inter-twined with
the snowflakes ... authentic old red
sleigh in one corner .,. huge white
snowman in the center of the floor
. . . girls dressed in after-five dresses
... boys in suits and sport coats . ..
highlighting the evening was the
coronation of King Jim Falkner and
his date Marcia Bloom popular
music by the "Stagemen" ,..
memories of an enchanted evening
.., the big social function of the
winter season ... ushered out win-
ter . .. ushered in spring . ,.
Junior Representative Jim Downing and Junior Representative Tom Champlin and
his date, Ina Mae Cramer his date, Jenny Thompson
K .1 1 A. 5.4
Queen Marcia Bloom and King Jim Falkner. Crowning Queen Marcia Bloom and King Jim Falkner are last year's
royalty, Norma Bubnich and Norm Wonzer,
World of Snowflakes, Sleigns, and Snowmen
Couples enjoy dancing to the music of the "Stagemen."
The entire cast of "Alice in Wonderland" takes a curtain call after a successful performance.
Students Revive for Fellow Classmates Lewis
"Alice in Wonderland" little girl falls asleep
found herself in the strange world on Wonderland ...
unusual characters and events . . . tried desperately to
get back home , .. met many odd characters in the
process ... disregarded warnings of danger ... went
on wild goose chase to find help ... found herself at
regal croquet game ... accused of stealing tarts ...
went on trial for her life .., gave up hope of ever re-
turning home ... finally realized the situation was all
a dream .t. home at last ... fantasy production ...
hard work but successful ... lVlr. Wilmer Pearson, ad-
viser . .. Debby Hill, student director ... cast . .. Judi
Bernhardt as Alice ... Ted Nloskonas as Chesire Cat
... Lana Brookman as Queen of Hearts ... Dave Hil-
lert as King M. Ray Rodefer as Humpty Dumpty .H
Paula Kremmer and Kathy Behrens as Tweedledum
Fitting Debbie Fox with a tortoise outfit proves to be quite a problem
for costume chairmen Ruth Schober and Amy Brown.
Ted Moskonas is a willing "guinea pig" for Wally Gnewikow and Lar-
ry Hall's attempts at applying make-up,
and Tweedledee ... first time for a fairy tale produc-
Bill Parch handles complicated light-
lert of Lana Brookman.
"Have you ever had fits, my dear?" inquires Dave Hil- Mr. Wilmer Pearson adjusts Humpty's
Carroll's imaginary World of Wonderland
Alice Uudi Bernhardtb appears fascinated by her conversation with the remarkable
Cheshire Cat CTed Moskonasj.
November 19 ,,. curtain up ... no
more rehearsals ...the real thing A ..
simply staged ... only essential items
effective lighting used ultravi-
olet lamp to illuminate Chesire Cat...
mad dash for balloons during croquet
game ... lines forgotten .,. cues not
heard , .. parts leftout . . . ad lib . ,.
the audience nonethe wiser... played
to mixed audience ... both young and
old .,. home-made costumes . .. boys
in leotards , .. pillow-stuffed queen . ..
new interpretation of an old Lewis Car-
roll tale . .,
Donna Fish and Bob Bennett Sylvia Robertson and Don Freidl Gloria Stoltz and Mike Strozinski
Juniors' Attempt at Creating a Tropical Utopia
Prom 1968. .. lVlay 18 , , . sponsored bytheJunior
class ... many long weeks of preparation ,.. Debby
Gatzke elected to position of chairman .,. chose
committee chairmen .,. selected the theme of 'Isle of
Paradise' ... decided on decorations ... main colors
of blue and green ,.. sat up nights making bright
flowers, palm trees, and paper mache coconuts
arranged for refreshments and publicity . .. contract-
ed the "Buddy Frank Orchestra" for the big night 4 ,.
time grew short .,. started decorating the gym
two days of continual painting, building, and stapling
finally ready the night before Prom ... disaster
struck . . . the entire west wall mural collapsed . ..
repairs made all stood ready couples started
appearing , .. entered a world of tropical splendor and
color . . . a ceiling ofblueand green , . . a straw hut
housing the band and a red volcanoe in one corner . ..
fish net strung on one wall coconuts, palm trees,
and bright flowers everywhere ... the big moment ar-
rived ,., Ron Betcher and Jean Beck chosen king and
queen . ,. evening ended withthe Grand March . ..
couples left in a misty haze of memory . ..
Queen Jean Beck and King Ron Betcher
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King Ron Betcher crowns his queen, Jean Creating an "Isle of Paradise" takes many long hours
Beck. of hard work.
Dianna Schendel and Gary
Johnson emerge from the
Grand March after travelling
through the arc of arms.
Members of the Girls' Treble Clef Choir help Jeannie pack her belongings for her wedding trip. As they assist her, they harmonize to the tune of
"Jeannie's Packing Up!"
A Tale of Love, Suspense, and Comedy Comes
"Brigadoon" ... fictitious village in Scotland J..
underwent a miracle ... comes back once every
hundred years Strangers from America
stumbled upon "Brigadoon". . .rnet villagers. ..
fell in love . .. spent one day there , .. left in
hopes of forgetting ... drawn back by memories
of love cast includes Jim Falkner as
Tommy Albright... Norma Bubnich as Fiona
McLaren ... Marv Groothuis as Jim Douglas ..,
Jenny Birkness as Meg Brookie Rosie Griffin
as Jean McLaren .,. Gary Neustadter as Charles
McPhearson Dalrymple ... Dick Jensen as Harry
. . . Tunney Strozewski as Archie .. . Paul Sal-
zwedel as Stewart Dalrymple ,.. John Land-
mann as Angus U. Jim Murray as Mr. McLaren
.. . SusieThurowasJaneAshton .. . Ted Mos-
konas as Frank ...Tim Foley as Mr. Lundie ...
under direction of Mr. Richard Loy . . , ACappella
Choir ... Girls' Treble Clef Choir ,., lend vocal
support Pit Band H. provided musical back-
ground student director Janet Drew .,, big
nights of production .,. March 22 and 23 . ..
Fiona fNorma Bubnichj asks Tommy CJim Falknerj how he can leave when
she loves him so.
Pit Band brushes up on last minute corrections at dress rehearsal. The men of "Brigadoon" and Tommy Uim Falnerj lament over the
death of Harry CDick Jensenj.
Alive on Stage as Brigadoon Unfolds at TSHS
Annual Musical ... planned
the perfect one . ,. tried out
for favorite parts , .. selected
lead characters practiced
parts. . ,memorized lines ,..
painted scenery made
costumes ... rehearsed
scenes .,. revised them ...
over and over again .., aimed
for perfection attended
nightly rehearsal changed
justed colored lighting
grams sold tickets
ters over first performance . ..
tion .,. another traditional
tain falls for another year . . .
The newlyweds Charley QGary Neustadterb and Jean qRosie Meg CJenny Birkenessb sings of her
Griffinj kiss after being pronounced man and wife. mother's wedding day.
scenes and costumes . . , ad-
made ticket patterns and pro-
handed out programs . ,. jit-
stage fright , . , gradual relaxa-
success final bow cur-
Sharon Brdar happily receives her diploma from Dr. Weatherford. Exuberant senior boys turn in their caps and gowns after receiving
Seniors Leave TSHS to Become 'Pioneers of
Graduation ... a time for tears of joy and sadness . ..
June 5, 1968 ... theme for the evening 'Pioneers of
the Future' top three students spoke on various
aspects of topic ... Mike Gilbert, Valedictorian, Craig
Harris, Salutatorian, and Jim Geisen. . .president of
the class, Larry Hall as Master of Ceremonies . .. pres-
entation of scholastic awards by Supt. Curran . ..
scholarships awarded by Miss McAdams ... final ap-
pearances of senior members in A Cappella choir and
Band .,, speech by Mr. Breitenfeild on youth's role in
today's society before presentation of diplomas
final moments arrived ... seniors moved forward one
at a time to receive diplomas .., last diploma was is-
sued ... seniors turned their tassels ... four years of
their lives were over , . . gone but not forgotten , ..
Larry Hall, president of the Senior Class, announces what is next on
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Mr. Graham patiently answers the last minute inquiries of Kathy Behrens, due to a last minute fall, appears at Commence
Jim Bursinger and Steve Mormann. ment with a slightly unusual costume.
Number indicates year.
Aller, Gregory: Wrestling 1.
Backus, Steven: Baseball 1.
Backus,WiIIiam: Football 1: Basketball 13 Baseball 1.
Bailey, Thomas: F.F.A. 1,2,3.4.
Baldwin, Carol: Glee Club 13 Treble Clef 33 Cafeteria Worker 2,3,4.
Ball, Kathryn: Treble Clef 1,23 A Cappella 3,43 G.A.A. 1,2.3,43 Pep
Behrens, Kathy: Treble Clef 1,23 A Cappella 3,43 Prom Court 33
G.A.A. 1,2.33 Dramatics 4: F,T.A. 43 Pep Club 2,3,43 Pre-Meds 43
Behrens, Lois: Spotlight 33 Highlights 43 Tyro 43 Dramatics 43 F.T.A.
3,43 French Club 3.4: Latin Club 1,2.
Benoit, Susan: G.A.A. 23 Dramatics 4: F.H.A. 23 Pep Club 2.3.4.
Bernhardt, Judith: Spotlight 33 Hamot 43 Prom Queen 33 Dramatics
43 G.A.A. 13 French Club 2,3,4: Pep Club 2,3,4: Pre-Meds 3,4.
Birner, Robert: Football 1: Wrestling 1.
Blackwell, Scott: Class Vice-President 1,23 Senior Band 1,2.33 Foot-
ball 1,2,3,43 Basketball 1.2.33 Track 1.2.33 Letterman's Club 3,4.
Bloom, Marcia: Treble Clef 1,23 A Cappella 3.43 G.A.A. 3.4: Snoball
Queen 43 Dramatics 43 F.H.A. 1,2,3.43 Pep Club 4.
Bordas, Edward: tTransfer from Charleston. West Virginial, Spot-
light 43 Highlights 43 Student Council 43 Debate 43 Homecoming
Brasic, William: Wrestling 1.
Brdar, Sharon: Spotlight 33 Hamot 4: Homecoming Court 3.4: Sno-
ball Court 43 G.A.A. 1,2: Forensics 1,21 Pre-Meds 2: Student Direc-
Brohmer, Diana: Forensics 3.
Brookman, Lana: Prom Co-Chairman 33 Spotlight 33 Highlights 43
Hamot Co-Editor43 Cadet Band 13 Pep Band 3,43 Pit Band 3,43
Senior Band 2,3,43 G.A.A. 23 Dramatics 43 Forensics 43 F.T.A. 1,2.3.
4: Pep Club 2.3.4.
Brookman, Larry: Football 1,23 Wrestling 1,23 Cafeteria Worker 3.4:
Brown, Amy: CTransfer from Racinej, Class Treasurer 43 Dramatics
43 F.T,A. 43 Pep Club 4.
Burkhalter, Allan: Football 1,23 Wrestling 2,3,43 Baseball 13 Letter-
man's Club 2,3,43 F.F.A. 2,3,4.
Bursinger, James: Badger Boys State 33 Prom Co-Chairman 33 Class
President 23 Snoball Court 23 Prom Court 3: Usher 3,43 Football 1.
2.3,4: Baskethall 1.2.33 Baseball 1,2.3,43 Latin Club 1,2,3.43 Letter-
mans Club 3,43 N.H.S. 4.
Calkins, Ronald: A Cappella 4.
Callahan, Mary: Treble Clef 23 Pep Club 2,33 Young Dems 2.
Chambers, Betty: Glee Club 1.
Christiano, Robert: Cafeteria Worker 13 Football 13 Basketball 13
Baseball 11F,F.A. 220.127.116.11
Coates, Carolyn: Cadet Band 1,2,3: Senior Band 1,23 Treble Clef 11A
Corton, Richard: Football 13 F.F.A. 1,2,3,4.
Cramer, John: Class Sergeant-at-arms 13 Usher 43 Football 1,2.3,43
Basketball 18.104.22.168: Track 1,2,3,43 Letterman's Club 1,2,3,4.
Crawford, Christine: Glee Club 13 Treble Clef 1,23 A Cappella 3,4.
DeLong, Sylvia: Treble Clef 13 Cadet Band 13 Pep Band 2,33 Pit Band
33 Senior Band 2.3: Prom Court 33 G.A.A. 1,2,3,43 N.H.S. 43 Pep
Derkez, Patricia: Spotlight 43Snoball Court 33 Cadet Band 1.23 Pep
Dinger, Ruth: Dramatics 4. '
Draeger, Barbara: Dramatics 43 F.H.A. 33 G.A.A. 1.
Drew, Janet: Treble Clef 1,23 A Cappella 3,43 Musical Student Direc-
tor 43 Debate 1,23 F.T.A. 1,2.3,43 Latin Club 1,2,3,43 N.H.S. 4.
Eagleson, Wendy: F.H.A. 3,4.
Eckelberg, Gary: F.F.A. 1,2,3.4.
Elmer, John: Class Sergeant-at-arms 23 Spotlight 33 Highlights 3,43
Pep Band 2,3,43 Pit Band 2,3,43 Senior Band 1,2,3,43 Dramatics 43
French Club 1,2,3,4: N.H.S. 43 Tyro 4.
Falkner, James: Class Treasurer 13 Class Vice-President 3.43 Office
Worker 4: Snoball King 43 Prom Court 33 Madrigal 43 A Cappella 1,
2,3,43 Football 1,2.3,43 Wrestling 1,2,3,43 Track 2,3,43 Baseball 13
StudentCouncil 3: A.F.S, 43 Letterman's Club 3,4.
Farmer, Mary: Pep Club 3,4.
Fawcett, Danny: Basketball 13 Baseball 1.
Felber, AIbert:Cafeteria Worker 3,43 Football 1,2,33 Wrestling 1,2,3I
Track 1: F.F.A. 1,2.3,4: Letterman's Club 3,4.
Ferguson, Margaret: CTransfer from Duluth, Minnesotaj, Pep Club 4.
Finnigan, Virgil: Wrestling 33 Baseball 33 F.F.A. 4.
Fishbune, Margaret: Spotlight 33 Highlights 33 Hamot 43 Pep Band 2,
3,43 Senior Band 1,2.3,43 Student Council 13 Dramatics 3i.F.H.A. 13
French Club 3,43 Pep Club 3,43 Pre-Meds 2,3,43 G.A.A. 1,23 Young
Fletcher, Donald: Football 1: Baseball 1.
Foley, Timothy: A Cappella 4: Usher 3,4: Football 1,2,3,4: Wrestling
1,2: Track 1,2,3,4,
Fox, Deborah: Class Treasurer 3: Treble Clef 1,2: Madrigal 2,3,4: A
Cappella 3,4: Dramatics 4: Latin Club 1,2: Pep Club 2.3.4,
Gabower, Sheryl: Debate 1,2,3: Dramatics'4: French Club 3,4: Pep
Club 4: Forensics 1.
Gaege, Judith: GAA. 2,3,4: Library Club 2: F.H.A. 1,2,3,4.
Gamerdinger, Rita: Cadet Band 1,2: Senior Band 3,4: Treble Clef 1:
Garber, Judith: Dramatics 4: F.l-l.A. 2: French Club 1: Pep Club 2,3.4.
Gebczyk, Ted: Football 1: Wrestling 1: Baseball 1.
Geier, Eileen: Spotlight 33 Hamot 4: Pep Club 3.4: Pre-Meds 4: Stu-
dent Directory 4.
Gibson, Gwyneth: tTransfer from Washington. D.C.j, A Cappella 4:
Cheerleader 4: Dramatics 4: G.A.A. 33 Pep Club 4.
Giesen, James: Outstanding Freshman 1: Badger Boys State 3: Class
President 1: Usher 3,4: Football 1,2,3,4: Basketball 1,2,3,4: Base-
ball 1,2: Golf 3,4: Dramatics 4: Debate 1: Forensics 3: Latin Club 1.
2,3,4: Letterman's Club 3,4: N,l-l.S. 4: Student Council 1,2,3,4.
Gilbert, Michael: Valedictorian 4: Debate 2: Forensics 1,2: French
Club 3.4: F.T.A. 4: Latin Club 1,2,3,4: Nl-l.S. 4.
Gnewikow, Walter: Football 2: Track 1,23 Student Council 4: Dramat-
ics 4: N.H.S. 4.
Greenwood, Steven: Football 1,2: Baseball 1,2,3,4.
Griffin, Rosemary: Outstanding Sophomore Girl 2: Treble Clef 1,2: A
Cappella 3,4: Madrigal 3,4: A.F.S. 4: French Club 1,2,3.
Groothuis, Marvin: Pep Band 1,2,3,4: Senior Band 1,2,3,4: A Cappel-
la 1,2,3,4: Nladrlgal 1,2,3,4: Football 2,
Hall, Larry: Class President 4: Prom Court 3: Dramatics 1: A.F.S. 4:
Hansen, Barbara: Cadet Band 1,2: Senior Band 3,4.
Hanson, Jean: Dramatics 43 G.A.A. 1: Latin Club 2.
Harris, Craig: Salutatorian 4: Football 1: Basketball 1,2,3,4: Track 1:
Golf 3.4: Latin Club 1,2,3,4: N.H.S. 4.
Hedrich, Thomas: Prom Court 3: Usher 3.4: Office Worker 4: Foot-
ball 1,2,3,4: Wrestling 1,3,43 Track 1,2,3,4: Student Council 3.4:
Letterman's Club 1,2,3,4.
Helmke, Dwight: F.F,A. 3: Latin Club 1,2,3,
Heser, Patricia: Cadet Band 13 Senior Band 2.3: Office Worker 4: Pep
Hill, Deborah: Office Worker 4: Dramatics 3, fStudent Director 453
Forensics 1,2,3: Pep Club 4: Pre-Meds 2,3,4: Young Dems 1,2,3,4.
Hillert, David: Cadet Band 1: Pep Band 4: Senior Band 2,3,4: Dra-
matics 4: French Club 3.4: Latin Club 1,2,3,4: Nl-l,S, 4: Pep Club 4.
Hubert, Mary Jo: Snoball Court 1: Glee Club 1.2: A Cappella 3: G.A.A.
Jacobson,Jerome: Football 1.2: Baseball 1.
Jamshidi, Shahram: "Bob" fExchange Student from lranj A.F.S, 4.
Jasinski, Michael: F.F.A. 1,2,3,4.
Jilek, Albert: F.F.A. 1,2,3,4.
Johnson, Dianne: Spotlight 3: Highlights 3,4: Senior Band 1,2,3,4:
Dra matics 4: French Club 3.4: F.T.A. 2,3,4: Pep Club 4: Tyro 4.
Johnson, Gary: Basketball 1,33 Track 3: Debate 3,4: Latin Club 1,2.
Johnson, Thomas: Cafeteria Worker 3,4.
Kane, Robert: Football 1,2,3,4: Basketball 1,2.3: Track 2,3: Letter-
man's Club 3,4.
Keene, Kerry: Baseketball 1,2: Baseball 1.
Kenyon, Daniel: Track 1.
King, Carol: Prom Court, 3: Cadet Band 1,2: Senior Band 33 Library
Club 2,3,4: Pep Club 2,3,4.
Kipper, John: Usher 4: Football 1,2,3,4: Basketball 1,2,3,4: Baseball
1,2,3,4: Dramatics 4: Letterman's Club 3,4: Young Dems 1,2.
Knapp, Andrew: qTransfer from New Bergen. New Jerseyl.
Knickelbein, Sandra: Cafeteria Worker 4.
Knutson, James: Pep Band 1.2: Senior Band 1,2: Football 1: Basket-
ball 1: Track 1: Football Manager 1,2: Track Manager 1,2: Letter-
mans Club 22.214.171.124.
Kochinski, David: Football 1: Baseball 1: Student Council 2: A.F.S. 4.
Kremmer, Paula: Spotlight 3: Hamot 43 Office Worker 43 Dramatics
3,43 F.T.A. 43 G,A.A. 1: Latin Club 1,2: Pep Club 2,3,4: Pre-Meds 3.
Krier, Susan: Spotlight 3: Hamot 4: Pep Band 3,4: Senior Band 1.2.3,
43 N.l-l.S. 4: Latin Club 1.2: Pep Club 2,3,4: Pre-Meds 4.
Kuehl, Barbara: Treble Clef 2: F.H,A. 4: G.A.A. 1,2,3,4: Pep Club 4.
Lamb, Margaret: Prom Court 3: Cadet Band 1,2: Senior Band 3:
Dramatics 4: Pep Club 2,3,4: Young Dems 2.3.
Langwill, Brian: Spotlight 4: A Cappella 1,2.
Larson, Charlene: Treble Clef 1.2: A Cappella 3,4.
Lein, Catherine: Spotlight 3: Snoball Court 2: Dance Band 1: Pit
Band 3: Pep Band 1,2,3,4: Senior Band 1,2,3,4: Treble Clef 1: A
Cappella 4: Dramatics 4: French Club 3,4: G.A.A. 1,2,4: Lab Assist-
ant 4: Pep Club 2,3,4: Pre-Meds 2,4: Young Dems 3.4: Voice of
Leinen, Suzanne: Prom Court 33 Cadet Band 1: Pit Band 2: Pep Band
3: Senior Band 1,2.3: Glee Club 1: A Cappella 4: Dramatics 4:
A.F.S. 4: Pep Club 2,3,4.
Lewis, Rodney: Golf 1,2,4.
Lincoln, David: Cafeteria Worker 3.
Lincoln, Lois: Library Club 3.4: G.A.A. 4.
Linder, Dennis: Outstanding Freshman 13 Badger Boys State 33
Class Treasurer 23 Class President 33 Prom Court 33 Usher 2,3,43
Football 1,2,3.43 Wrestling 1,2,3,43 Track 1,2.3,43 Student Council
1,2,33 A.F,S. 43 Latin Club 2,4: Letterman's Club 2,3,43 N.H.S.. 4.
Livangood, Wendy: Treble Clef 1,23 A Cappella 3: Library Club 33 Pep
Mack, Barbara: Cadet Band 1,23 Pep Band 3,43 Senior Band 3,43
Dramatics 3,43 G.A.A. 1.2,43 Pep Club 2,3,4.
Marx, James: F.F.A. 1,2,3,4.
Martinson, Ruth: Treble Clef 1.23 A Cappella 3,43 G.A.A. 3.
Maum, Lois: Cadet Band 1,23 Senior Band 3,43 F.H.A. 2,3,4.
Maxwell, Mary: Treble Clef 1.23 A Cappella 3.43 Dramatics 4: French
Club 3,43 G.A.A. 43 Pep Club 2,3,43Pre-lVleds1,4.
Mike, David: A Cappella 2: Football 33 Wrestling 2: French Club 3.
Mittelstaedt, Gary: Football 23 Wrestling 1,22 Baseball 1.
Mormann, Steven: CTransfer from Morris, Minnesotaj, Cafeteria
Worker 33 Baseball 2,3,43 Latin Club 2.
Moseley, Don: Football 23 Wrestling 23 Baseball 1.
Moseley, Gary: F.F.A. 1,2,3,4.
Moskonas, Ted: A Cappella 3,43 Nladrigal 43 Football 1,23 Wrestling 1,
23 Track 13 Student Council 3,43 Dramatics 3,43 F,T.A. 4.
Murphy, Larry: F.F.A. 1,2,3,4.
McGarry, Dennis: Snoball Court 3.
McNamer, Julie: Treble Clef 33 A Cappella 43 Dramatics 43 F.l-l.A. 1,2.
43 French Club 13 Betty Crocker Award 4.
Nelson, Gary: Pit Band 2,3,43 Pep Band 2,3,43 Senior Band 1,2,3.4:
Baseball 13 Dramatics 4.
Noon, William: N,H.S. 4,
Noyes, Carol: Cafeteria Worker 4.
0'Connor, William: Baseball 1,43 F.F.A. 3,4,
Oftedahl, Rhonda: Pit Band 13 Pep Band 3,43 Senior Band 1,2,3,43
Treble Clef 1,23 A Cappella 3,41 Dramatics 3,43 F.T.A. 33 Pep Club
2,3,43 Pre-Meds 43 Young Dems 13 Young Rep. 2,3,4.
Olson, Angela: A Cappella 43 Dramatics 43 G.A.A. 1,2,3,43 Pep Club 2,
Olson, Linda: F.T.A. 43 French Club 3,43 G.A.A. 43 Latin Club 1,2,4.
Ornes, David: Cadet Band 13 Pep Band 2,33 Senior Band 2,33 A Cap-
pella 43 Usher 43 Football 1,23 Basketball 13 Baseball 1.2: Basket-
ball Manager 23 Latin Club 1.2,3,43 N.H.S. 4.
Oss, Gary: fTransfer from Sparta, Wisconsinj, Football 3,43 Track 3,
43 Dramatics 43 Letterman's Club 3,4.
Overby, Dean: Wrestling 13 F.T.A. 4.
Parch, William: Baseball Manager 1,2,3,43 Dramatics 4.
Peterson, Edna: Treble Clef 33 F.l-l,A. 3,4.
Peterson, Judith: Cadet Band 13 Senior Band 23 Dramatics 4.
Peterson, William: Wrestling 1.
Peyton, Patrick: fTransfer from Kenosha, Wisconsiny.
Prell, George: Football 1,23 Wrestling 1,2,3,43 Baseball 1,2,4: Letter-
man's Club 1,2,3.
Protz, Kathleen: Treble Clef1,2.
Protz, Lauren: A Cappella 2,3,43 Football 13 Basketball 13 Track 23
Puent, Kathleen: Library Club 23 F.H.A. 1,2,3,4.
Quist, Donald: F,F.A. 2,3,4.
Quist, Ronald: F.F.A. 2,3,4.
Rabe, Mark: Cadet Band 13 Senior Band 2,3,43 Football li Wrestling
23 Track 2: Golf 1.
Rasmussen, William: Cadet Band 13 Pep Band 3,43 Senior Band 2,3,
4: F.F.A. 1,2.
Rattle, Christine: Treble Clef 2,33 A Cappella 43 Latin Club 1,23 Pep
Reese, Michael: Football 1,23 Basketball 13 Baseball 1,2,3,43 Debate
1,2,33 French Club 3,43 Latin Club 1,2.
Rezin, Edward: Football 23 Basketball 2.
Richmond, Ruth: Glee Club 13 Treble Clef 1,23 A Cappella 3.43 Latin
Club 23 Pep Club 33 Pre-Meds 2,
Robarge, Lee: Spotlight 33 Highlights 3,43 Hamot 43 Football Manag-
Robertson, Lawrence: F.F,A. 2,3,4.
Robinson, Dagne: fTransfer from Cambridge. Wisconsinj, Pep Club
Rodefer, Raymond: A Cappella 1,2,3,4: Dramatics 43 Forensics 1.
Roscovius, Thomas: fTransfer from La Crosse, Wisconsinj, Latin
Rose, Collin: Usher 2,3,43 Football 1,2,3,43 Wrestling 1,2,3,43 Base-
Royce, Wilma: fTransfer from Verdone, Francej, Treble Clef 33 A
Cappella 43 Dramatics 43 French Club 3,4.
Ruland, Alois: Football 13 F.F.A, 1,2,3,4.
Salzwedel, Paul: A Cappella 2,3,43 Baseball 1,2.
Schendel, Dianna: Badger Girls State 33 Spotlight 33 Hamot Co-Edi-
tor 43 Cheerleader 3,43 Student Council 2,3,43 F.H.A. 13 G.A.A. 33
Library Club 3,43 Pep Club 3,4.
Schenecker, John: F.F.A. 2.3.
Schnese, Mary: Spotlight 33 Hamot 43 G.A.A. 1,23 Student Directory
Schober, Ruth: Drarnatics 43 F.T.A. 2,3,43 Library Club 3,4.
Seflow, Terry: Class Secretary 3,43 Snoball Court 33 Homecoming
Queen 43 Treble Clef 1,21 A Cappella 1,23 Student Council 43 G.A.A.
1,2,3,43 Pep Club 2,3,4.
Sell, Scott: Usher 4: Football 1.2.33 Wrestling 33 Track 2: Baseball 13
Football Manager 33 Wrestling Manager 33 Le-tterman's Club 3.4.
Smith, Jeanette: Glee Club 13 Treble Clef 2.
Sommerfield, Sherrie: Spotlight 33 Highlights 43 Hamot 43 Cadet
Band 15 Dramatics 4: F.H.A. 13 Pep Club 3,45 Pre-Meds 43 Student
Sowle, Deborah: Glee Club 13 Treble Clef 2: A Cappella 4: F.H.A. 2.3,
43 G.A.A. 1.
Sowle, Vicki: Pit Band 2.3,43 Pep Band 3,41 Senior Band 1,2,3.4:
Twirler 2,3,43 N.H.S. 43 French Club 1,2.3,43 Homecoming 3.
Steele, Jacquelyn: D.A.R. 43 Class Secretary 1,22 Homecoming Court
13 Snoball Court 33 Pep Band 33 Senior Band 1,2.3: A Cappella 43
Student Council 2.3.43 Dramatics 4: A.F.S. 43 Forensics 1,2,3,43
Latin Club 13 Pep Club 2,3,4: Pre-Meds 3.4.
Steinmetz, Jennifer: Spotlight 33 Prom Court 3: Treble Clef 1.2: A
Cappella 3,43 F.H.A. 1,2,3,43 G.A,A, 1,23 Pep Club 2.3.4.
Stickney, Don: Usher 43 Office Worker 43 Football 1,2,3,4: Basketball
1.2.33 Baseball 1.2,3.43 N,H.S. 43 Letterman's Club 3.4.
Stozewski, Tunney: Outstanding Junior Boy 33 Class Sergeant-at-
arms 3,4: Prom Court 33 A Cappella 1,2,3,43 Madrigal 1: Football
1,2,3,43 Wrestling 1,2.3.4: Baseball 1,2.3.43 Student Council 1.2.33
Letterman's Club 3.4.
Vinney, Rosemary: F.H.A. 3.4.
Von Ruden, Doris: CTransfer from Elroy, Wisconsinb, Library Club 2,
3,43 F.H.A. 2.
Wachter, Howard: Football 1,23 Wrestling 1,2.3: Homecoming Court
43 Snoball Court 4.
Walker, Stephen: A Cappella 45 Madrigal 43 Snoball Court 3: Prom
King 33 Football 13 Basketball 13 Wrestling 2,3,4I Track 3.4: Dra-
matics 43 Letterman's Club 2.3.4.
Walley, Richard: A Cappella 43 Nladrigal 45 Basketball 1,2,3: Track 13
Golf 2,3,43 French Club 3,43 Letterman's Club 4.
Warnke, Shirley: Treble Clef 13 A Cappella 4: Cafeteria Worker 1.2.3,
43 Dramatics 43 GAA. 4.
Wappler, Raymond: Cafeteria Worker 3.4.
Webber, Susan: Spotlight 33 Highlights 4: Hamot 43 Treble Clef 13
Debate 1,31 Dramatics 43 Forensics 13 G.A.A. 1,2.3: Pep Club 3.4.
Welch, Michael: Football 1.
Westpfal, James: A Cappella 3.4.
White, Robert: Football 1.
Wilkinson, John: Wrestling 13 Golf 13 Debate 1.23 N,H.S. 43 French
Club 3.4: Latin Club 126.96.36.199
Wilkinson, Roland: Wrestling 1.23 A Cappella 1,23 Cafeteria Worker 2,
Wood, Donna: Cafeteria Worker 2.3.4.
Woodlilf, Carol: Highlights 3,43 Pit Band 1,2,3,43 Pep Band 1.23.43
Senior Band 1,2,3,4Q French Club 3,43 GAA 3: N.H.S. 43 Pep Club
2.3.43 Tyro 4.
Wroblewski, Janine: Glee Club 13 Treble Clef 13 A Cappella 3,43 Mad'
rigal 43 Latin Club 1.
Yates, Joann: Cafeteria Worker 3.
Zahrte, Mary: Cadet Band 13A Cappella 3.43 Nladrigal 1,25 Pep Club
Ziegler, Donna: QTransfer from Columbus. Wisconsinj.
Zingler, Jack: Football 1.2,3,43 Basketball 13 Baseball 1.2.3.
and Office Personnel
Andretich, Judith 17
Arnoldy, Lawrence 19
Asleson, Thomas 22
Carson, Helen 21
Crane, Vincent 11
Crubaugh, John 16, 60. 74, 92, 94, 101
Curran, Kenneth 11
Dade, Darwin 16
Dedie, Paul 17, 83, 88, 96
Delton, Jeff 12
Dickinson, Laurel 24
Eck, Mary 12
Fenske, Irene 21
Gatzke, Earl 23, 92, 98
Graewin, Dianne 14
Graf, Mary 14
Hutchens, Kathleen 14
Kunz, Gary 17
Larson, Keith 24
Lemke, Mary 15
Loff, Irvin 11
Loy, Richard 20, 74, 75
Lund, Margie 23
McAdams, Mary 10
McCallum, Muriel 13
Mellin, William 20, 71
Ness, James 24
Nielsen, Harvey 21
Oliver, Arthur 19, 93,97
Olson, Vernon 20
Otto, Jean 19
Owen, Annette 22
Pederson, Thomas 17
Porath, Neva 22
Quackenbush, Robert 18
Richmond, John 15
Schraufnagel, Evelyn 21
Schmidt, James 16
Schultz, Gary 18
Shutter, Gloria 11
Smith, Harold 18
Spies, David 23, 81, 87, 92, 95, 98
Strozinsky, Kris 10
Walker, Margaret 12
Watkins, Christina 13
Waugh, Helen 13
Wilson, Darlene 15
Administration 10, 11
American Field Service 77
Badger Boy and Girl Staters 108
Basketball 94, 95
Betty Crocker Homemaker Award 109
Cafeteria Workers 84
Cheerleaders 102, 103
Choir 74, 75
DAR Award 108
. . . Awards, Activities,
French Club 81
Future Farmers of America 83
Future Homemakers of America 83
Future Teachers of America 83
Girls' Athletic Association 90, 91
Graduation 122, 123
Homecoming 110, 111
Laboratory Workers 85
Latin Club 81
Library Workers 85
Musical 120, 121
National Honor Society 76
Office Workers 85
Patrons 134, 135
Pep Club 86
Play 116, 117
Prom 118, 119
Senior Directory 124-127
Senior-Faculty Game 107
Student Council 77
Track 98, 99
Voice of Democracy Winner 109
Wrestling 96, 97
Young Dems 82
Number indicates year
11 Abbott, Julie 42, 75, 90
11 Abbs, Sandra 42, 77, 80, 81. 86, 102
11 Alapai, Nani 42, 80, 86, 90, 102
10 Alderman, Donald 30, 83
11 Alderman, Jack 42,85
10 Alexander, Albert 30, 74, 93, 97
11 Allen, Vicki 42, 48, 71, 81, 86, 90
12 Aller, Gregory 52
10 Ammerman, Shirley 30, 75, 77
10 Ammundson, Maurice 30
,Karen 42, 81, 86, 90
,Robert 52, 83
11 Antone, Betty 42
11 Antone, Gloria 42
10 Backus, David 30
12 Backus, Steven 52,63
12 Backus, William 52
10 Bailey, Barbara 30,75
. . . Students
12 Bailey, Thomas 52
11 Baker, Gregory 42
12 Baldwin, Carol 52, 84
10 Baldwin, Clarence 30
11 Baldwin, Laura 42
10 Baldwin, Lawrence 30
10 Baldwin, Ted 30
12 Ball, Kathryn 52, 74, 86, 90
11 Barrett, Sue 42, 71, 90
11 Baumgarten, Dennis 42
11 Beck, Jeannette 42, 75, 86, 120
11 Beck, Joanne 42, 75,86
10 Becker, Barbara 30, 39, 76, 81, 90
10 Becker, Les 30,84
11 Behrens, Bradley 42
12 Behrens, Kathy 52, 58, 82, 83, 86
12 Behrens, Lois 52, 78, 80, 81, 83
10 Behrens, Rhonda 30, 71, 72, 81, 86
12 Bell, Jacquelyn 52
11 Bender, Richard 42,76
11 Bennett, Robert 42, 71, 77, 82, 84, 87,
92, 93, 120
12 Benoit, Susan 52,86
10 Benoit, Timothy 30, 87, 92, 93, 97
10 Berg, Bonnie 30
12 Bernhardt, Judith 52. 79, 81, 82, 86, 117
12 Bernhardt, Sandra 52
10 Betcher, Allan 30, 77, 93, 97, 114
11 Betcher, Ronald 42,87,120
10 Betthauser, Michael 30, 77, 83, 93, 95
10 Billings, Donna
11 Birkeness, Jennifer 42, 74, 77, 81, 121
12 Birner, Robert 53
11 Blackdeer, Brenda 42, 81, 86
12 Blackwell, Scott 52, 82, 87
12 Bloom, Marcia 53, 74, 83, 86, 90, 114
10 Bloom, Sandra 30,90
10 Boehm, Kenneth 30,81,82, 92,93
12 Bordas, Edward Micheal 53, 76, 77,80
11 Bordas, John 42, 87, 92, 94
11 Brandau, Roland 42
12 Brasic, William
12 Braund, David 53
10 Brdar, Dianne 30,86
10 Brdar, Donna 28, 30
12 Brdar, Sharon 53,79,80,110,114
10 Brockman, Ronald 30
12 Brohmer, Diana 53
10 Brookman, Betty 30,90
12 Brookman, Lana 53, 71, 76, 79, 83, 86,
12 Brookman, Larry 53, 83, 84
11 Brookman, Linda 42, 70, 71, 80, 86
12 Brown, Amy Jo 51, 53, 83, 86, 116
11 Brown, Carolyn 42,86
10 Brown, David 30
11 Brown, Kevin 42
10 Brown, Susan 30
11 Bruder, Peggy 42
10 Bruley, Julie 30, 81, 83
10 Bubnich, Norma 30, 70, 71, 72, 73, 74,
12 Burkhalter, Allan 53, 83
10 Burkhalter, Ronald 30,93
12 Burnstad, Dana 53
10 Burnstad, Sara 31
12 Bursinger, James 53, 76, 81, 82, 84, 85,
87, 92, 108
12 Butler, Stephen 54
11 Butner, Jeffery 42,84
10 Butner, John 30
12 Butterfuss, Joan 53
12 Butterluss, Kathy 53
11Cabasos, Ray 42
10 Calkins, Deborah 28, 31
10 Calkins, Marie
12 Calkins, Ron 54, 74
12 Callahan, Mary 80
10 Callahan, Pat 31
11 Calloway, Josephine
11 Capper, Gary 42
11 Capper, Scott 42
10 Carey, Patricia 31
11 Carey, Sharon 42
10 Carney, Barbara 31, 71, 81, 82, 86, 90
12 Chambers, Betty 54
11 Champlin, Thomas 41, 42, 43, 87, 92,
93, 96, 114, 120
11 Chase, Lloyd 43,85
11 Chase, Richard 43
12 Christiane, Bob 54, 83
10 Christiano, Kathleen 31, 86
11 Christiansen, Bonnie 40, 43, 71, 90
10 Christiansen, Jane 31, 75, 77, 81. 82, 86
12 Christiansen, Vern
10 Christianson, Julie 31, 75,80
11 Clark, Calista 43, 82, 83, 121
10 Clark, Claudia 31, 70, 71, 81, 82, 86. 114
10 Deane, Mary 31, 70, 71
10 Decorah, Bonnie 31,84
11 Decorah, Colleen 43, 81, 86
12 Decorah, Pamela
12 Delaney, Dorothy 54
10 Delaney, Frances 31
10 Delaney, Lois 31
12 DeLong, Sylvia 54, 76, 86,90
10 Dennis, John 31, 74, 82
12 Derkez, Patricia 54
11 Dettman, Nancy 43,86
10 DeWitt, Karyl 31, 71, 86, 90
12 Dinger, Ruth 54
10 Dodge, Harold 31, 74,95
10 Doering, Douglas 31, 93, 97
10 Doers, Evelyn 31
11 Downing, Jim 43,97,114
11 Downing, Sandra 43
12 Draeger, Barbara 54
10 Dreoer, Bob 31,83
11 Drescher, David 41, 43, 45, 77, 82, 84,
87, 94, 110
12 Drew, Janet 54, 74, 76, 81, 83
11 Drew, John J.43, 76, 77,81, 82,97
10 Ducklow, Anne 31, 71, 82,86
10 Dutcher, Veva
11 Dvorak, Carl 43
11 Clark, Kathryn 43, 81
11 Clark, Kelly 43, 87, 95
12 Clark, Steven 54
10 Clausen, Berna
10 Clay, Debra 31, 75, 82,86
10 Clemmerson, James 31,84
12 Coates, Carolyn 54, 64, 74, 77
11 Coenen, Audrey 43
10 Coenen, Susan 31, 36, 75
10 Coleman, Doug 31
10 Connely, Kevin
11 Connor, Gerald 43.87, 93, 97, 100
11 Cook, Richard 43,83
11 Cook, Ronald 43,83
11 Cooper, David 43, 74, 82,94
10 Cooper, Scott 31
12 Corton, Richard
11 Cramer, Ina Mae 43,75,82,86,90,114
12 Cramer, John 54, 84, 87, 92, 94
12 Crawford, Christine 54, 74
10 Cronick, Kathleen 31
10 Davis, Miriam 31
11 Davis, Peggy 43
12 Eagleson, Wendy 55
12 Eckleberg, Gary 55
11 Edgerton, Wayne 43, 83, 100
10 Edmonston, Sharon 32
10 Eirschele, Mike 32
12 Elmer,John 55, 70, 71, 76, 78, 80, 81
10 Emanuel, Jeff 82
11 Erbs, Christy 43, 84, 71, 74, 82, 86, 90
11 Epding, Gene 43,85
11 Fabian, Janeda 43
12 Falkner, James 51, 55, 74, 77, 82, 87, 92,
11 Farmer, Hilary 43, 70. 71, 80, 81, 82
12 Fawcett, Danny 55
10 Fawcett. Harlan 32
12 Felber, Albert 55,83
10 Felber, James 32, 83, 93
11 Felber, Linda 43,86
10 Fell, Pauline 32, 80, 81, 83
11 Felton, Doug 43, 82, 94, 101
12 Ferguson, Margaret 55, 86
12 Finch, Dennis 55,83
10 Finch, Victoria 32
11 Finnigan, Arden 43
11 Finnigan, Patrick 43,83
10 Finnigan, Steven 32,74
12 Finnigan, Virgil 55
11 Fish, Donna 43,77,80,82,86,110,120
12 Fishbune, Margaret 55, 71, 78, 79, 81,
11 Fisher, Gail 43
11 Fitschen, Donna 44, 86, 90
12 Fletcher, Donald 55
10 Flietner, Donald 32,84
11 Flint, Shirley 44
11 Fogle, Roxanne 44
12 Foley, Tim 55, 74, 84, 92
10 Forbush, Colleen 32
12 Fox, Debby 56, 74, 86, 116
11 Frederick, Charles 44,97
11 Freemore, Deane 44
11 Frey, Stephen 44,82
11 Friedl, Donald 44,92,120
12 Freidl, Shelly 56 .
10 Fries, Vincent 32, 83, 97
10 Frisbie, Terry 28, 32, 81, 82, 93, 95, 101
10 Friske, lvan 32
11 Frost, Gary 44,84
10 Frye, Barbara 32
11 Fuerstenberg, William 44
11 Fulton, Arthur 44
10 Fulton, Kenneth 32
10 Funmaker, John 32
12 Gabower, Sheryl 55, 81,86
12 Gaede, Judith 56, 83
12 Gammerdinger, Rita 56, 71, 83,8
11 Garber, Gerald 45.83, 100
12 Garber, Judith 56, 67, 82, 86
11 Gasper, Kermit 45
11 Gatzke, Deborah 45, 47, 71, 76, 8
12 Gebczyk, Ted 56
10 Gebhardt, Bradford 32
12 Gegenfurtner, Donna 56
10 Gegenfurtner, Gary 32,83
11 Gehrke, Lynn 45,84
12 Geier, Eileen 56, 80, 82. 86
10 Geier, Janet 32, 86
11 Gerke, Gayle 45,86
10 Gerke, Jane 32
11 Gerke, Lucille 45
11 Gerke, Patti 45, 81, 83, 90
12 Gibson, Gwyneth 54, 56, 86, 102
12 Giesen, James 56, 59, 76, 77, 81.
12 Gilbert, Michael 56, 76, 81, 83
10 Gilbert, Thomas 31, 32, 81
11 Gilbertson, Barbara 32
10 Gillett, Peggy 32
11 Gillette, Wayne 45,83
10 Gilmore, Linda 32
12 Gilson, Forrest 56
11 Glumske, Sandy 45
10 Gnewikow, James 32,97
10 Gnewikow, Marsha 32
12 Gnewikow, Wallace 56, 65, 76, 77, 116
11 Goff, Jane 45, 82, 83, 86
10 Goodwin, Cheryle 32
11 Gottbeheat, Janet 45
10 Graf, Daniel 33, 83
11 Graf, Fred 45
10 Granger, Meredith 33
11 Gray, Judity 45
10 Gray, Robert 33
10 Gray, Steven 33,97
11 Greeno, Ellen 45
12 Greenwood, Steven 57
12 Grillen, Audrey 57
12 Griilen, Rosemary 57,74,77, 121
11 Grilien, Valerie 45,74
10 Griltith, Carol 81
12 Grimshaw, Donald 57
12 Groothius, Marvin 57, 71, 74
10 Gunderson, Alexis 71, 81, 85, 86
12 Hall, Larry 51, 57, 65, 77, 82, 83, 116
12 Hancock, Alice 57
11 Hancock, Kay 45, 71, 81, 83, 86, 90, 91
10 Hancock, Linda 33
10 Hancock, Sandra 33
11 Handy, Hal 44, 84, 87, 92, 96
12 Hansen, Barbara 57
10 Hansen, Dennis 33
11 Hansen, Howard 44
11 Hansen, Janet 44
11 Hansen, Vicky 44,84
10 Hanson, Chris 33, 71,81
10 Hanson, Howard 33, 71, 83
12 Hanson, Jean 57
11 Happel, Cathy 44, 81, 82, 86, 90
11 Harding, John 44
10 Harkner, Michael 33
11 Harmon, Edith 44
11 Harp, Connie 44
10 Harris, Cameron 33,81, 82,95
12 Harris, Craig 57, 76, 81, 82, 85, 94, 101
11 Harris, Ray 44
10 Hart, Susan 33
10 Hayward, James 33, 83
10 Hecht, Mike
10 Hedrich, Donna 33, 38, 71
12 Hedrich, Tom 57, 77, 82, 84, 85, 87, 92,
10 Heintz, Debra 33
11 Heintz, Jerome 44
11 Hellmich, Bruce 44,77
11 Hellmich, Dorothy 44, 81, 86
12 Helmke, Dwight 57, 81,83
10 Helmke, Merlyn 33
11 Henderson, Pamela 44
11 Henning, Lowell 44, 100
10 Herdrich, Gary 33, 71, 72, 81, 82, 93, 95,
10 Herth, Bonnie 33
12 Heser, Patty 57,85
11 Hess, Albert 44, 71
12 Hill, Deborah 57, 76, 82, 85
11 Hill, Mary Jo 44, 70, 71,80
12 Hillert, David 58, 71, 76, 81, 82, 117
10 Hoag, John 33, 71, 72, 82
10 Halloway, Mike 33,93,95,101
10 Honish, Stephen 33,83
10 Horner, Richard 33
10 Huber, Allen
10 Hubert, Christine 33, 84,85
10 Hubert, Lynn 33,86
12 Hubert, Mary Jo 58
11 Hubert, Stephen 44,84
11 Huddleston, Diane 44
10 Hurley, Patrick 33,81, 93,97
10 lsensee, Harry 33
11 Jacob, Tom 44, 87, 92
12 Jacobson, Jerry 58
11 Jacobson, Karen 44
12 Jamshidi, Shahran fBobJ 58, 77, 82, 106
10 Janney, Barbara 33, 71, 86, 90
10 Janusheske, Dorothy 33
12 Jaromin, Dennis 58
11 Jaromin, Glenn 44
12 Jasinski, Mike 58
11 Jensen, Richard 44, 49, 74, 77, 82, 121
12 Jilek, Albert 58,83
10 Jilek, Bob 34, 83
11 Johns, Cheryl 44, 83
10 Johns, Monica
11 Johnson, Barbara 45, 81, 86
10 Johnson, Dale 34, 74, 83, 97
12 Johnson, Dianne 58, 71, 78, 80, 81, 83.
12 Johnson, Gary 58, 76, 121
12 Johnson, Joseph 58
11 Johnson, Mark 45
11 Johnson, Patricia 45,74
11 Johnson, Sally 45, 81, 83, 86
12 Johnson, Tom 58,84
11 Jorgensen, Wayne 45
12 Kane, Robert 58, 81, 82, 94
11 Kasten, Michael 45, 87
10 Kasten, Russell 33,34
11 Keene, Keith 45
12 Keene, Kerry 59
10 Keichinger, Sandy 34
11 Keichinger, Sharon 45
11 Kennedy, Colleen 45,71
10 Kennedy, Keith 34, 81
10 Kent, Dale 34, 82, 97
12 Kenyon, Daniel 59
10 Kimpton, Doug 34,97
10 Kimpton, Gary 34
12 King, Carol 59, 86
12 Kipper, John 51, 59, 84, 87, 92, 94, 100
11 Klitzke, Tom 45, 87, 92,96
12 Knapp, Andrew 59
12 Knickelbein, Sandra 59,84
11 Knight, Kathy 45
11 Knutson, Carl 45, 71, 74
10 Knutson, Marcia 34
11 Knutson, Marie 41, 45, 71, 80, 82, 86
12 Kochinski, David 59, 66, 82
11 Koebernick, Richard 45
10 Kalb, Sheryl 34,81
11 Komiskey, Alice 45
11 Komiskey, Peter 45
10 Konicek, Denise 34, 81, 83
11 Koranda, Dennis 46, 74, 77, 81
11 Kortbein, Kurt 46
11 Koscal, Kaye 46, 86
11 Kozarek, Katy 46, 77, 80, 81, 86
11 Kratche, Roger 46
12 Kremmer, Paula 59, 79, 82, 83, 85, 86
10 Krier, James 34, 82, 87, 92, 93, 94, 95.
12 Krier, Susan 59, 71, 76, 79.82.86
10 Krueger, Scott 34, 71, 82
10 Kuehl, Angie 34
12 Kuehl, Barbara
10 Kuehl, Craig 34, 93
12 Kuehl, David 59,83
11 Kuehl, Marshall 46, 76, 83, 84
10 LaBansky, Allan 34
ky, Sandra 44, 46, 76
11 Lund, Janice 46, 71, 72, 77, 80, 81, 86,
11 McCoy, David 46
11 McCoy, Merilyn 46
11 McCurdy, Sue 46, 76, 86
12 McDaniel, Robert 61
12 McGarry, Dennis 61
10 McGarry, Gary 35
10 McGarry, Robert 35, 93, 97
11 McGinnis, Kenneth 46,83
10 Lamb, Dale 34, 74, 92, 93, 97
11 Lamb, Liz 46
12 Lamb, Margie 59.61.86
10 Lamb, Spenser 34
11 Lambert, Steven 46
11 Landmann, John 46, 74. 82, 83
12 Langwill, R. Brian 59, 80
11 Larsen, Charles 46, 87, 92, 93, 94, 100
11 Larson, Barbara 46
10 Larson, Jo Ann 34
Charlene J. 59, 74
10 Laudon, John 34, 80, 82, 93, 95, 100
11 Laufenberg, Diana 46, 70, 71,,72, 81
10 Lawrence, Tim 34, 82, 93
12 Lein, Cathy 60, 70, 71, 72, 74, 82. 86, 90,
10 Lein. Kris 34, 70, 71, 72, 77, 81, 82, 86
Suzanne 60, 74, 80, 86
11 Leis, Mary 46
10 Lenz, Fred 34, 87, 96
11 Lenz, James 46, 82, 120
11 Lenz, Kathleen 46
12 Lewis, Rodney 60
10 Libbey. Pearl 34
10 Licking, Mary
12 Lincoln, David 60,90
11 Lincoln, Janice 46, 76, 82, 86, 90
12 Lincoln, Lois
10 Lincoln, Mary 34, 81, 82, 86
12 Linder, Dennis 60, 76, 77, 81, 82, 84, 85,
87, 92, 108
12 Linehan, David 60,83
10 Linehan, Kristine 34
12 Livangood, Wendy 60
11 Lobe, Tom 46,82
11 Loehr, James 46, 82, 94, 101
10 Long, Gregory 35
10 Loy, Michael 35, 71, 72
10 Ludke, Robert 35
12 Luebchow, Jonell 56, 60
11 Mclntyre, Kenneth 46,92
12 McLaughlin, Leo 61
10 McNamer, Bill35
12 McNamer, Julie 61,74,76,83,109
11 McNamer, Patricia 46,83
11 McPeak, Rita 46
11 Macaulay, Marilyn 46, 71, 83, 86, 90
12 Mack, Barbara 60, 71, 82, 86, 90
10 Mangene, Thomas 35
10 Manthe, Marsha 35, 71,86
10 Marquardt, Kent 35, 71, 81, 82, 87. 96
10 Marsh, Michael 35
10 Marsh, Sandra 35
11 Martin, Marlin 46, 71, 72,83
10 Martinson, Helen 35
12 Martinson, Ruth 60,74
12 Marx, James 60,83
10 Maske, Christine 35
10 Matherly, Deborah 35
10 Matthews, Deborah 35,81
11 Matuschka, Mark 46. 87
12 Maum, Lois 60, 70, 71. 83
11 Mautino, Donald 46
12 Maxwell, Mary 60, 74, 81, 82, 86, 90
10 Meachan, Steven 35,83
10 Meier, Candace 5, 71, 72,86
11 Mellin, Bonnie 46,70, 71,74
11 Meltesen, Niles
10 Meltesen, Theodore
10 Melvin, Ronald
10 Merrill, Robert 28, 35, 77, 81, 82, 92, 93,
10 Mesner, Devorah 35,86
10 Mesner, Robert 35, 82, 87, 96
11 Meyer, Vicky 47
10 Michela, Lois 35, 71, 81, 82, 86
12 Mike, David 61, 74, 81. 83
12 Mittelstaedt, Gary 61
11 Mogenson, James 47
10 Morehouse, Jeannette 3
12 Mormann, Steven 61, 87, 90, 100
10 Mormann, Susan 36. 71, 81, 82
11 Morrow, Albert 47
10 Morrow, Linda 35
10 Mosely, David 35,83
12 Mosely, Donald 61
12 Mosely, Gary 61,83
11 Moser, Robert 47, 83
12 Moskonas, Ted 61, 65. 7
4.76, 77, 116,
11 Muehlenkamp, Charles 47
10 Murphy, Donna 35
10 Murphy, James 35, 74. 83,84
12 Murphy, Larry 61
10 Murray, James 28, 36, 7
10 Myer, l-larry
10 Naniga. Kent 36
10 Neitzel, Robert 35
11 Nelson, Carol 47
12 Nelson, Gary 61, 71, 72
4, 81, 95
11 Neustadter, Gary 47, 70, 71. 72, 74, 77
11 Newlun, Lillian
10 Nicks, Ronnald 35
11 Nicosia, Mike 41, 47, 82,
10 Nieriast, Robert 36
11 Noon, Barbara 47
10 Noon, Mary 36
12 Noon, William 62, 76
11 Nordstrom, Kerelyn 47
10 Noth, Connie 36
12 Noth, Jan 62
10 Noth, Joan 36
11 Noth, Tom 47
12 Noth, William
12 Noyes, Carol 62, 84
10 Noyes, Linda 36
10 Noyes, Mary 36
12 0'Connor, William 62,83
12 Oftedahl, Rhonda 48, 62, 70, 71,
11 O'Leary, Jennie 47,81
10 0'Leary, Mary 36
11 Ollendick, Helen 47
12 Olson, Angela 62, 74, 80, 86
12 Olson, Linda 62, 81, 83. 90
10 Organ, Kaye
12 Ornes, David 51, 62, 74, 76, 81,
12 Oss, Gary 62, 82, 87, 92
10 Oss, Nancy 28, 35, 36, 86, 90
12 Overby, Dean 62
10 Oyer, Linda 36
11 Pahnke, Dale 47
12 Parch, William 62,117
10 Parker, Linda 36
11 Parker, Mary 47
12 Parlow, Clarence 62
11 Parlow, Gerald 47
11 Pasch, Judith 47, 71
10 Payne, JoAnn
11 Peardot, Bruce 47
10 Pearson, David 36, 71, 82
11 Pearson, Lorraine 47, 84
11 Pearson, Sandra 47, 81, 86
10 Pederson. Denise 36, 71, 73, 81
10 Pennock, Hebert 36, 95
10 Peterson, Bonnie 36,86
12 Peterson, Edna 62
11 Peterson, James 47
10 Peterson, John 36
11 Peterson, Judith A.
12 Peterson, Judith 63
12 Peterson, William 63
11 Peterson, Zona 47
12 Peth, Richard
12 Peyton, Pat 63
10 Phillips, James 36
10 Pierce, Jackie 36,71
12 Pingle, Marvin 63
11 Piotroski, James 47
11 Pirnat, Tom 47
12 Pirnat, William 63
10 Pischon, Carol 36
10 Pliner, Rosemary 36
10 Poss, Earl 36
11 Poss, Lucy 47, 71, 77,86
10 Poss, Susan 36, 81, 86, 90
10 Poss, Suzanne 36, 71, 90
11 Prell, Ellis 41, 47, 82, 87, 100
12 Prell, George 63, 87, 96, 100
10 Prochaska, Valorie 36
10 Protz, Chris 36, 82, 92, 93, 95
12 Protz, Kathy 63
12 Protz, Lauren 63, 74
11 Protz, Marilyn 47,83
11 Protz, Nancy 47
12 Puent, Kathy 63
10 Purpus, Darrell 36
10 Purpus, Terry 36
11 Puttkammer, Jeff 47
12 Quist, Donald 63. 83
10 Quist, LaVerne 37
12 Quist, Ronald 63
12 Rabe, Mark 63, 71, 72
11 Randall, Roberta 47, 71, 77, 80, 86, 90,
12 Rasmussen, William 64, 70, 71, 82
12 Rattle, Christine 63, 74
11 Rattle, Margaret 47, 71, 86, 90
11 Rech, Ronald 43, 47
11 Rediske, Diane 48, 86
10 Reese, Elizabeth 37,81
12 Reese, Michael 63, 81
12 Reinart, James 64
11 Reinart, Jolene 48
11 Reinart, Mike 48
10 Retzlaff, David 37
10 Reynolds, Randy 37
12 Rezin, Ed 64
10 Rezin, James 37
11 Rezin, Mike 48,87
10 Rice, John 37
10 Richer, Sally 37
10 Richmond, Robert 37
12 Richmond, Ruth 64,74
10 Riffle, Randall 37
12 Riffle, Richard
11 Ring, Diane 46, 48, 71, 82, 86, 110
10 Ring, Gary 37
10 Ripp, Catherine 37
10 Rischette, Jeffrey 37, 71,93
11 Rischette, Richard 48
12 Robarge, Lee 64, 78, 79, 87
10 Roberts, Sharon 37, 71,86
12 Robertson, Larry 64
10 Robertson, Suzanne 37, 71, 81,86
11 Robertson, Sylvia 48, 81, 82, 86, 120
12 Robinson, Dagne 64, 80
10 Robinson, Marilee 37
11 Robinson, Nancy 41, 48, 71, 82, 86
11 Rockman, Diane 48, 81, 82, 86
12 Rodefer, Raymond 64, 74, 117
10 Roemer, Mark 37,81,82,93,95, 101
11 Roscovius, Chris 48,83
12 Roscovius, Tom 64
11 Roscovius, Virginia 48,83
12 Rose, Collin 64, 84, 92,96
10 Rose, John 37, 82, 93, 95
12 Royce, Wilma 64, 74
10 Rudkin, Larry 37, 71, 87, 93, 97
10 Rudolph, John 38
12 Ruland, AI 64, 83
11 Sage, Vicki 48
12 Salzwedel, Paul 64, 74
11 Salzwedel, Pauline 48
12 Schendel, Dianna 65, 77, 79, 86, 102,
11 Schendel, Sandra 48, 74, 82, 86, 90
11 Schenecker, Eugenia 48.81, 82,86
12 Schenecker, John 65, 83
10 Schlegal, Sue 37. 71
11 Schneider, Joseph 48,81
12 Schnese, Mary Pat 65, 79,80
12 Schober, Ruth Ann 65.83, 116
11 Schroeder, Arlene 48
11 Schroeder, Lamont 48, 77, 87
11 Schultz, Doug 48
10 Schwanz, Ricki
10 Scott, Judith 37, 70, 71, 83, 86
10 Scott, Mary 29, 37, 86, 102
12 Settow, Terry 51.65,74,77,86,9O.110
12 Sell, Scott 65, 66, 84
10 Selz, Diane 37,71
10 Senogles, Diane 37
10 Senteney, George 37, 71, 81, 82
11 Shie, Paul 48, 93, 97
11 Shields, Vicki 48 '
11 Shisler, Susan 48
11 Smith, Donald 48
12 Smith, Jeanette 65
Diane 48, 84
Jerome 48, 80, 82, 76
10 Sornmerfield, Jacki 37
12 Sommerfield, Sherrie 65, 78, 79, 80, 82
11 Sonnenburg, Merece 48
10 Sorenson, Brede 38, 82, 92, 93, 94
12 Sorenson, Dale 65
10 Sorenson, Sue 38,81
10 Sousek, Daniel 38
11 Sousek, Farrell 48. 82
, Dean 38,85, 100
Deborah L. 65. 74
. Deborah 48, 71, 73, 81, 82.82.86
,Vicki 62, 65, 70, 71, 73, 76, 81
11 Sparks, Dinah 48,86
10 Spearbecker. Deborah 38,71
10 Spence, Debra 38. 72
10 Spooner, Daniel 38
11 Squires, Carl 48
11 Staege, James 48, 71. 97
10 Stebbins. Larry 38
12 Steele, Jackie 65, 74, 77, 86, 108
10 Steen, Richard 38, 87.93.96
10 Steidl, Catherine 38
12 Steinmetz, Jennifer 65, 74, 86, 106
10 Stevenson. Mike 38
12 Stickney, Donald 66. 76. 82, 84, 85, 87,
11 Stoltz, Gloria 48, 74, 120
11 Stolzman. Ronald 49
11 Storkel, Craig
11 Stowell, Mike 49
10 Strage. Debra 38,86
12 Strozewski, Tunney 51, 66, 74, 87. 92,
11 Strozinsky, Michael 49, 82. 94. 101. 120
10 Suhr, Roger 38
11 Van Vorhees, David 49
10 Van Vorhees, Rhonda 38
10 Vernier, Timothy 38, 71,81
12 Vinney, Rosemary 66. 83
10 Volden, Rodney 38
10 Von l-laden, Duane 38,93
12 Von Ruden, Doris 66
12 Wachter, Howard 66, 114
10 Wadephul. Frank 39
10 Waege, Bruce 38,91
11 Wagner, Gary 49
12 Wagner, Wanda 66
10 Walker, Mark 28, 38. 87, 96. 114
12 Walker, Stephen 57. 66, 74, 87. 96
12 Walley, Richard 66, 74, 81, 87
11 Walsh, Linda 49. 73, 77, 81, 83, 86
12 Wappler, Raymond 66. 83. 84
12 Warnke, Shirley 66, 74. 84,90
10 Warnke, Lillian 39
12 Warner, James 66
12 Webber, Sue 66, 78, 81. 82, 86
10 Sullivan, Kathryn 38,81
11 Sundin, Kris49,71.83
10 Sweet, Claire 31, 38, 71, 77, 83
10 Szabo, Larry 38,81
10 Szymanski, Gary 37. 77, 82, 81,92
11 Tatroe, Kent 74
11 Tatzel, James
11 Taylor, Jack 49, 77, 84, 87. 92, 97, 100
11 Taylor, Ralph 38,74
10 Thompson, Jerry 38,110,114
11 Thompson, Jerry 49
10 Thurow, Susie 28, 38, 71. 74 77, 81, 86.
10 Torrey. Barbara 38
10 Towne, Hope 38
11 Turnmire. Linda 49
11 Twining, Sue49
10 Wehler. Linda 39
11 Weiner. Jane 49,71
11 Weinzierl. Linda 49,90
10 Weinzierl, Pamela 29. 39, 82, 86. 102
12 Welch, Michael 66
10 Welch, Wanda 39
11 Welch, William 49
11Westpfahl, Larry 49
10 Westpfahl, Stuart 39, 93
10 Westpfahl, Terry 39, 80, 81, 86
10 Westpfal, Dorothy 30, 39
12 Westpfal, James 66, 67, 74
10 Westpfal, Marsha 39
11 Wettstein, Carol 49, 81
10 White, Ann 39
12 White, Robert 67
10 White, Mike 31, 39, 81. 82, 95
10 Whittington, Steven 39
11 Wickliffe, Mary 49, 81. 86
10 Widger, Russell 39, 84,92
11 Wilcox. Sue 49, 71. 74
11 Wildes, Allan 49
10 Wildes, Suzanne 39,71
11 Wilkinson, Janet 49
12 Wilkinson, John 67, 76, 81, 82
12 Wilkinson, Roland 67 81,83
12WilliamS. Allen 67
11 Williams, Connie 49
11 Williams, David
10 Williams. Ron 39
11 Wilson, Michael 49
11 Wilson,Thomas 49
11 Winchel, Annette 49. 74
10 Winchel. Kay 39
11 Winkelman, Sandra 49
10 Wiseman, Mary 39. 77, 82,86
11 Wisnaski, David 49
10 Witt. David 32. 39.93
10 Witzel, Nancy 39
10 Wood, Charles 39,74
12 Wood, Donna 67,84
10 Wood, Ruth 39.84
12 Woodlill, Carol 67, 70. 71, 76, 78, 80, 81,
12 Wroblewski, Janine 67,74
12 Yates, JoAnn 67
11 Yates, Margaret 49
10 Yated, Mark 39
11 Yates, Thomas 49. 101
11 Zahrte, Jennifer 49
12 Zahrte, Mary Jo 67, 84,86
10 Zastoupil, Carol 39, 71, 80
10 Zelley, Cynthia 39
10 Ziegler, Danette 34
12 Ziegler, Donna 51,67
10 Zilmer. Wanda 39, 71, 86
11 Zimmerman. Judith 49, 81, 82,
11 Zimmerman, Linda 49,90
12 Zingler, Duane 67
12 Zingler, Jack 67
10 Zinsmeister, Robert 39
12 Zwiefel, Faye 67
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Gold Star Patrons Acknowledgments
109 East Milwaukee Street
Our Photographs Hold Priceless Moments of Time
Teepee Supper Club
812 Superior Avenue
Come As You Are
Tomah Cash Mercantile Co.
914 Superior Avenue
Monroe County's Largest Store
Farmers 84 Merchants Bank .
The,Bank with the Time and Temperature Sign
We, the 1968 HAMOT Co-Editors, would like to
thank the many businessmen of the area who
backed us financially. Our appreciation is extend-
ed tothe Bronze Star Patrons for their support of
S10-520, to the Silver Star Patrons for their sup-
port of S21-530, and to the Gold Star Patrons for
their support of S31-540. A special thanks is ex-
tended to the Special Recognition Patrons for
their support of over 541.
We also appreciate the encouragement and co-
operation of Mr. Robert Graf, American Year-
book representative. His monthly visits and help-
ful suggestions proved to be valuable guides to
Our recognition also goes to many individuals of
TSHS , . . to Miss Barbara Schultz for her help
while student teaching, to the custodians for
their tolerance of us after school hours and on
weekends, to our fellow students for their coop-
eration and support, and to the faculty and ad-
ministration for their patience and perseverance
concerning interrupted classes and unending
Without the assistance of Mr. Harold Libke of
Harold's Studio, it would have been impossible to
accurately portray school life. We would like to
take this opportunity to express our gratitude to
him. His innumerable visits, excellent photo-
graphs, and devotion to his work in preparing
last minute photos have resulted in lending our
book a highly professional appearance.
Our biggest thanks goes to Mrs. Darlene Wilson,
our advisor. We find it impossible to adequately
express in words how much we appreciate all the
help she has given us. Her encouragement and
confidence in us was one of our biggest incen-
tives. She not only put in many school hours, but
also gave an immense amount of her own time in
helping us meet our deadlines. The worry over
deadlines and finances, the brunt of the faculty
complaints, and the complete organization of
the staff fell on her shoulders. Without her, the
1968 HAMOT would not exist. A simple "Thank
you", to us, seems inadequate, but we are sure
that she understands how much we appreciate
her and what she has done for us and for our
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Of their warriors strong and bold,
Whose colors ever lower to the White and the Gold
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Our hearts're with Tomah High School,
And the dear old White and Gold!
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We'll return and show our comrades, we're loyal
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