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'u x X N QA X . XB. Y' 5- X Y TK S ox LY fa xx w Em K is 'ti 'I KWAIIA TIIE I944 TIHIAIIAWK HIGH SCIIIHJL l'resentell by the ANNUAL BUARD Tomahawk, Wisconsin WK X z qi i Q sf FB x ll - 3' Z in i ' 1 1.9.9 Aoi fiom 1 lx I ' ?. I. i u N11 x.., , sq. Y i4 ,Ll-I' ' To the sons and daughters of Tomahawk High Sfhool no longer working for the gllrry of the school but fighting for Ihr glory of our founiry, wr, the Annual Board of ninelnfn hunrlrfzl and forfy four, do zlerlivate this hook. IDEIIICATIU ..2.. PROFESSOR VV. P. BOYI-li IIARRIE-.'I' Boiuqrzxn.-max L1l,l,l.-XN Bimm' K, M' CHERRY Ph' B-y M- A- A' B' I'V!1,ili'1c'ali'1' Slali' TI'arhu1'5 A. IE. U,,ji45f5jfv gf' Chjgagu Ripon Cr1Hi'gL' qlml.th,md 'I-Vping I'1'Vl'.Vl'I1lf7lfft'!' COHi'gi', 1'W.I.T Y ' - - ' x . r Algfbfll Lillill I :ind II, English IV Bmikkvvpiimg Gt'4JIl1L'I1'j', 'I'i'igmminctry, Adv. Algebm, Applied V Science, Buys' Gym, Basket bull E-UU' CI-ANTUN LPTURA FUND Armies Ki-il.1,i-iY, li. E. I-Mlm LAK-X, yi. xl. N RWM Falk Mlifci ltiimhnij B' E' H Cz'PIf!'LIJ Slim' Y'i'i1i'hi'f'f I,i1::'n'r1fi' I,'r1r1.u'1'i'iIff1rx' i Gcoinutry, SL'nl0l' SCICHCC, O.rf1kn.vh Staff' liulfflurw G,-,M-I-5,1 SCM-nw, Html Xvmild Hisww ' Biulugy I,'r1,7'z'u1-.iffy of IVisi'f1r1.vfi1 ljgimnmig GL-Og!-gipliy I ' i Aincriczin Histwry, Fcrmiiiiiiv iCS, Scmimiiugy Ci1Aiu.u'1"rr: MMCURMIQK Ijoiu NI!-.ICHI-1R'I', B. M. Viziu 'l'Hi:1n.i:R LHY QUHLTFK B Q A. B, I,a':c'n'l1u' Co11.wri'i1fo1'y I,i1f4-1-Uyw f,'fimi-1-1-41101-y jlgfrolf. gmt: if I- ,Z I . - V, . . . 1 A ..L . A FA If lilff Uni-z'i'1'.v1ty of Uzffrnzslrz Band, IIiStory Vviczii Music ,ugyblhl PIN, Ed - I I i . - -i English I, Citizenship Uvmhml gimme I, NI. Srmsiw, ll. F. Iii i-'xvma Sxxixmw, Ii. S. NIAILMARI-'I' OLSIW kj-Zwr lvzlllf Slizlu Ti'm'0i'1'.r I'f1f'I'i'1,ffIy nf ,'llf11r1wa!i1 .Yi'IriliJ1'y Physics, Cln'inist1'y, I"rmtI1ailI, English II :ind III Boxing -3- UIIIIHIIU v IIIZRNICIC JXIIICI. . . "fII7Igr'7'H RUBY lHi.'X'I"1'Y Nunn' IIIIV my jlrfllu' TUII ilfwi' I,'nf1f11i,ifrm ,ii1,x', "Ili C5011 Iimgh C ift: My sunt in tln' I'I1ysics claw 'fi IMMN' fu Virginizi Rasmussen. Gift: Hvr Iwig Iwrim n wus In In-UI.: htixitics: Ii:iniI I, 2, 3. -Ia IIIIIINIW- II""t" Iing .und L'rc.itiu' IlIiylIt'n. .Xctixiliv4: Iicing liippy. IXCK CIIVAIM-X . , ".I.1i'kffif1" GICORGIC COLLINS . ".I1n1fnr" .III Mill I .iw nf 'Lux hujn' fn In Thin' ,if rm puff!! .III illgnfug Cc 710 fl nirr. ffli fm'z'f'l.1IiIi. lift: My t'Sxxmnt-:1ti'.t" purQini.1l- Gift: My English IV tcxthcnik tn ity tu 'I'L'1'i't' I..uILkcn. ztnyrntc HIM: xtiII tztku gumi vzlrm' htixltivs: IfimtIv11II I, 1, I, -fy "ti It' .IUIIN IIOYLIQ . , . "Cob" I.0RR.-XINIC I5l'R'I'ON ."IIe4"' It ,win fvruIn1I1Ix'1lIIkr1urz?Ii1H1 Irmxvf uf lrur, 4IIfz'i1yx fzIIII!1g what I im: mul !I1i1f'.f fzfmf I mn. Izrr xlmri' In Ju. Tift: NIyI1.il'ilmtctu NI:iriatnn Uifti My ri-guI.n' :ttt0mI:tnco: in I'In'rry. :III flziiscs Io flyilc Stznlll, ixitii-si Ii.uniI I, 2, 3, -In Glu' .Xctititin-S: XVnlkin33 In and funn l'InIw I, 2, I, -Ig I-'imtI1.1II I, 2, 3, sclnml. -In 012111111 I, Z, 35 Snlfi I, 1, IIJXVIN IJ.'XIGI.I'I . ".-Iriv'1" I,IiS'I'IiR IJIQXN . . . "Eggs" I 1Inr1'l ivlrffuff, rm, 11u,fI'II IDI mfhrr Img il jrfgakfrf lhim tlilj' Qrf IIIUHK .mmwhurc'. Iflfng I Ivrlnfzgilfvluxl urlylhirlg, fift: My Imnk of ':iIiIwisI to 'Finn Gift: My 'atiI'-mmIitiux1ctI' mr tu Iinw. .nny IIUSII-.lIl' fit-ntle. Xrtixilice: IJ.nm--tIi'n-:nning. Actixitim-si Ifimtimll I, 2, I, -Ig Iinski-tI1.1II I, 2, 3, 4, GIQ1' C'InI1 .Xrtixitiwl Slvcpiiig' in rlxissvs. Rzxskvtlwzlll I, Z, I, 45 Class Ofiio- I, 2, 3, 'IH QIIQIES UIIICCI' 3, Iimvx- Ut' I, 'I-3 Ulm' l'IuIw II, Cliiss Plgiy ing 1. -'Ig VnlIa'yIw1lII I, 2, 3. -4-, 'll Illlll' yd' l K.-X'l'llLlilCN lilllli . "Kl1lfx" Nl.XRU.XRli'l' G.'Xl,l,.-XGlllCR . Nl.-Xll.-Xl,lNE HEIN IIrfw".v fn mfr K.1lr l"lIl"HU Xin' puff fur pfnlvlrn nr ll'f1f1f1.' H11 full' Um fmff. xllvlrr lilly ,U .ul.',f .uni Jffrlw, Tflrrr 11 fwnlfrly Jay, ,. . . , . 5-' fu .l ' ff J' ff l--.U. 'fr ,.. lvllti My 'sulmng' zulullly' In .my H I.-'15, H l H In ' init: My lnzlmlsmm' lwmtlxul' tu 'ull 'fimill lfrf-sl1 Sinpcr. . .1fAL1f, , - VIH- mln- girls uf tllc Supln ss. , , , lf: N's. 'f,'3 If-1 ,. ,Xctlvxtxvsi bln' Llulw l, 2, ff. .L Q H .ll .ml.Uth Ufllm' U lu I ,Xgxlxlrlpsg 1, X, 1, Q, xv 4, pq- 7 . , . Rmmu' c5Il'1l1"l lxznplmcnm. , , .-X. -5 Pvp Lll1lW 1, 1, -lf: Swlw lg X I N H :I w , 4 Y X Klulw N, 45 L'1,,55 111,15 CI'i'llllXL' Rlmytlmns lg Lluss Play ' "'l'l"53 "1" ' -v V 5 1" A 4- A. I, 2. Y. OSC.-XR KO'l'll , . "Hvff1,H" R.XI.I'II l'iRL'IiUliR . . "fl,Qff" ELLIS l.lfYVl'lRl'lNZ . "IN-ill' TXU- m,,,,' vr',,,,jf' Ny, ,,,v,,,, fm, Xl'-z',Lr C1 fury fmflly if xml nm pm' If yuxz hulk' nlxfllw ,A .f ll r - Q' I uf! 'iff lur1.'u1f'wZ:. wmr Cufrk rlfrlf rm! fy bln: I ul' QUl"'l F" Hill' ?'l'lg 3 Clfl: 'Nly lxwrning "pr'u11xpI1n-if' Gift: My jllls -In Ilan- uv fl'l'x'li xl, '?"'f'l"l1"P Mm Hull " mln 'l1""' In mln- 'l':nxw lwxwllmcr. wlln-wmv mlm cm Xin l l mlll M1111 .xxllllllvil lhml 1, 3, 1, 4, I'l1.,1f,- ,p,,,l,1,l,-,, .Xftlxltlcsi Nllllxlng mme l, 1, l g1'.lpl1yL'll1l1 l. .Xctfxlllrssi Ulu' Cllllw I 7 ' 4, -l, 5, 6, -, Sa l'x'r-jlntwr 3, -l. llmjvctfvl' 3, 4. ...L l 1 I'llYl.l,lS KRf7Pl,.X .l ,ulffuflf will rw ffm lffl fm mf, Gift: Om' uf my null'-rs In 51,1110 llcwrx ing NV.XYli. A-Xctixill-S: Ulm' flulw l, 2, l, -lg LM-:ltfxv Rlmytllms l, 51111, l, 1, l, -ll-9 fl. .X .X. l, 3, lg ITP l'l11lu 1, 3, -ln lh-rlqlm 3, -l. lCS'l'lllCR l,OV5l.lC'l"l'l'1X "lLl.'.1" xl fvll.1l,'f1y ufmzfwllzvlll A uf ,-light .1J:'.1f1lllyl. Gift' Xly' Hxxllllv lwllml" rllllw lu lily' .Xll.11'.l' ,Xstlxitlwi l'n'j' flulv -l. 1 1'll llllli' ,x ll.-XRRl'il.l. l,l'Nl3GlllfN ll.XYNl0Nl3 Nl.lRCOl'll.l,l'ill . . l,l'iUN,X ll.XR'l'NVlfK . "Inf", .l0Sl'il'll NLXYER . . ",'ll1'1r0" llwl'r'f il win! fcjffl 11 Ilmlll fur HRMNH Nflul imif Nlfy--I,illfr, fmt ll!! fn .filly In fwlf ix 4fl',fin'1fg .Yiwu flgianxf. If .1 wfix .fi 11,1 gum! in 11 11:,fl1'- - 11,-53' .vffy Sayx, ".'lri.w','. Gifti My cixilian clwtlwi tw 'l1L'l'l'j' MU mu-lmily gn, A1 mm! HMP! Gift: Quin-t, pl1'.1s.111t I11IlllllQ'l' tu Gift: lhwzistzltiiig Smile: to Floral Small. Gift: S111111- 111' my liigli mlm- 111 1-Q11-1511, 11,11 Gm-C1111-ii, M111-ks, ,-Xctixitivs: Asking l11'igl1t 11114'sti1111s. Dlfkl' '1'l1fil1"1 i-Xclixil'1's3 lg.lllll l, 2, 3, -ln ,-Xctixiliusl lflmtlmll l, 2, 3, 45 .-Xctixitivs: Ruiliing girls, Nlmfv .xllllllill l5u.lr1l 35 Class uiliccr 35 p1'11j1'ct111' l, 1, 3, -l. Slllklk'llf Council -l-5 lizlslcctlmll l, 35 li. ll. M:n1111gcr 2. LA NOR lYll'il,.'XNG . . "D:'lfj"' GORDON Nlliliflllflil, . ".llil1'fl" l3.Xlll.l'iNl'i NlORRl'iN . nljnlfn DOROTHY NELTVIEYER "Duffy", Shi' fcwizrx .1 -zwry frzfzmwrlf Iuukf ll'hu1' jg11u1'1111i'i' 15.1 f1f.f.11f, 'Iii' I fuffzifm' if I will liflgff In your Yun gr! 11 thorn with vzmry ross, I rc'rn11lf'r, ffnixv if jury? fully lu lu' fl ' in m1'11.w1'y? .... fm! nin'! Ihr r11,1ix1 .1':z'4'cI? X Gift: My l1:1tm1 In .Xlf G1-scll Gift: f2lllxli grasp nl' .lll -iwlics to Gift: My st11lslw111'm-ss tu ziiiymiv Gift: My Llimpl,-5 11, gmyimv wlm CY4111 c1111 usa- it on tlmsv pink -lim Kcllcy. xxlm c.111 lim' Alum' :xml likv il. can stzlml to lic tensed. Q f'l1'vl1-111151 ,-111111111-Q1 liilllll 1, 2, 1, 1, 1:11111 .11-1111111-S1 111.114 1, 3, 3,41 111.-1 111111111111-Sf 1411.111 1, 2, 3, 4, Give Activftin-s: ll.n111l l, 2, 3, -l. Lllllll l, 2, l, -lg llxuslcctlwzill 2, R, L'l11lv l, 2, Z, -l-g IH-11 Cluls 2, 3, Club l, 2, 3, 43 Pep Cluli 2, 3, 43 Fimtlwzlll -lg lluxing 2, ,ig Stu- -lg .X111111:1l llozinl 4-1 l'1'u11tix1' 43 Annual lluzlrd 43 Dtclzim l, all-nt Ciiuiicil -l-5 Suln :1111l lin- Rliylllms lg ClllSS Ofliccr l, 4-5 2, -3, -l-3 linsumlwlc l, 2, 3, 4. si-mlwll' l, 1, 3, -l, ll1'cl.n.111 l, 2, 3, -l-5 S11l11 :md lin- 'T Sl'llll1lt' l, .., 3, 4. 161 ll lllll ROBERT NICK . . . "Hub" l'1YHIlI:'lI uri' lfli' .vpfur of life. Gift: Alvility to collect glanwui girls lu Jack Fitzc. Actixitics: Class Play 4. EIJVVARIJ POLAR . . 4'Eifify" Tin' lflfngf TLT Jo fur 104' plumzzrw of lining an ffm' n':4'arJ of lifu. Giftt Nly lwlnntl liair tw C. bl. Clit-rry. Actixitivsi lirvxing l, 2 in Mt-rrill. X SHIRLEY NYBHRG . "l?lnmlit"' JACK. PE.-XRSON EDYVARD PERKINS . "Prf-k' I 1127,-I1 fha! I mnilil fliifr frzxfiff' :1lf'x :ull thu! wzilx. II!-ll? Hwflrr M1011 izrzil l'lr'z'rr'. MH liinilr "" Gift: My alwility to gin' tlw r'g'lit Gift: 'lialcnt fur playing 1'vcfn'tl Gift: My nice, quiet lixing-rsmnl ansuvrs in English fxxitlmut at tlanccs tn my lwwclwr HNrn'yn." to a uvnplc of lnxz'-lvinls. clicatingl to Soup Campbell. Aniyitiesz B' B. -Wznmgm, 33 Jimi Actixitics: Annual lioziiul 2, 3, -la Actiyitivs: Fnotlwall. tm' 3, -lg Nlnxit- l'rojt-cttn' l, 2, 3 Glu' Clulw l, 23 Plmtog. Clulw .lg -lg Boxing Nlanagcr 3. l't'p Club 3, -l-5 Class Ofliccx' l. I-ILDRIDGE POLEGE . "Htlfu'l' FLOREEN POYVPILI. . . "FM" AIE.-XNNF'I"I'1-I l'R.-KN.-XCSK . Lizzigfl fvfljlw :cw may, ami crrvp Thi' pm: .fx IM' fungal' nf Mi' Hjf'1'ff'3" frhwz fn' Izmir, wind. Virfm' if in ffccfz 1'i':u11'J. For car fm-zu' only lmfay, mn! In- morrnfc' :cv ara ffm . sixth pvrintl linglisli class. any Fmsli xxlw nvctls tw lcarn G't't: Ability to go stcznly tu ,loc Actixmvsi G' A' A. 4.5 Glu. Club limi tu work . . . Cas if tlicy Fwlz. lv Z, 4,3 Dlwlilm 1' Pxvx' tlitll. .Xcrixitia-si llaskctlwall l, 2, 3, 'lg .lctiyitivsi G. .X .X. l, 2, 7, 'lg lfoutlwall -l-9 Class Ol'lifri' -lg Vnl- Tninlvling l. lrylmll l, 2, 3, -ln -7- 1 Gift: Skill as il puii-puSl1t'r tu tlw Gift: Days at tlic Ratinn llrmartl tn K 1 KliI'l'll R,-XNIJ.Xl,l. . "fwfr" Sunil' lin' yumf, ,wvsf lu' wilf- lfffrzgg lfn' mul! llrl' funf. Gift: ,-Xlwility' tu tligcst xx:-ml-sligiv lugs In zulyunc xutli .1 c:lStruu st+uu.ul1. Xctixitius: llzunl l, 2, 3, -lg Finit- lmll lg l'liulug. flulx 2, is Clicxx- ml um-tl in lfuglisli rlxnss -lg 1 Nluxic l'i'u'crtu1'l .. 3 -1-. J a u x GRACI.-X SCIIR.-XIJICR . "Kiwi "' Nfl plizy milf ull Cznrk llnufif nmkl' Nflflllf jirkf Gift: MV iuuuitxnlwlv lllllgll tu lla-lun 14111. ' Xftixitics: llguul l, 2, 3, 45 Class Oflicvr 35 Pup Club 2, 3, -lf: G. A. A. 2, l, -l-9 Cruxntixc Rllytlims :mtl Tumlwliug lg lhwlzuu l, 2, J, s fa -lg Lllk'l'l'lt'1lkllllQ' 45 Llzlss Play -lg q2ll1ll'lK'lfL' -l. SE llllli' s f.-X'l'lll'iRlNl'1 REDNIOXD . . . "f.'illf1y" .N'!1w',l iz frflml fn mul! lmlf .1 Vfr1'l'f1J frliflwlf. Gift: My Stump Rim tu quiyfuw xxlw uwlls 11 Stamping gruuuil. Q .Xctixitit-si Glu- Club l, 2, A, -lf. LOl'lSliSCllRElBER . "I,u1lil"' U'ur1'I yan full rm' ccllml, umm! again . . . ? Gift: Nly clivcrful :lttitullc Gluomy Gus. Actixitivs: l,I'lll111lf4C Clulv l, 29 Glu' Clulv l, 2 in G11-cu llzly. ff 1' full Ku Sunn- .1 vl JOHN R0l'Nl.'XN lll,USSONl SL'lll,O'l"l'Kli "l'H11f.f" ll'l'l1rrlf11'r1f'l l1"I1ifIlvfrlHU!H glfv-'i'r1l'l fmlfclx lfll fnwlrl grufc r.ffn1'ly. !uf1ffe'l'. G'ft: My slick, lvl.1ck, curly lisuix' Gift: l-'l.iir fur Clutlws In THE to Fritl Timm. liluull lfrusli. .-Xctixitim-si Glu- Clulw 4. .-Xatixitivsi Duclguu 3, -lg Clglss Otlicui' 25 Pop Clulw 3, -in CORlNNl'i fONS'li.'XNflf Sl-IVERY l,lC ROY SNll'l'll . . 'lfrllflfyn SON "---- i'f""""'l"H .llmu nf ,tru ff'rmlx mu' lhl' Inav! Ilrr .-'flfrlfug 1'1l1,ir I 1 i'1'ufc'r1 uf mul. . t glory' Gifti Agility :it tlic typvxuftcr to Gift: llmxliug :ulwility to llzirultl Dui-utliy Nlm'i'a-11. CM'llwll Kuhn' .-Xftixitivsi NVurkiug ut tlw Rzltiun .'xfflX4tll'SI Glu- Clulv 2, Y, -lg l'L'p l3u.n1l. Llllllt -l-3 G. A. .-X. -ln n lJl'.-XNE 'II-XVIES . "lVi:yz1u" CI-iw' wi' frizlr, flllllfzll, nuff lhi' p11r.m.ft of flrlpPjlIA'Xf Gift: A suck of gfillll from our 1 fzirm to litltly ,lim s Chickens. Actixit cs: Boxing l, 2, 3, 4. C'f1an1i'ti'r' if fL'f14II you arf in ilark. Gift: Niglit out to :my utlxcntur- ous pupil. .-Xctiyitivs: Sc't-nic Club lg Plioto- gixxpliy Club lg Clem- Club l RUTH URBAN . . , "R1i1hfr" lbw Ull lllli' DLI-XNIE 'I'l'ISSNllCR , ".N'ui1r!vy" .fl lflflv CCVIUIAIII fi ia ifizzzgwrfm. thing. Giftl Stool :lt tlit' Nlitlgvt to llvtt' Houns, Activities: Pliotog. Clulw lg Annual Bo.urtl -1-5 Class Oflicui' 33 Vollvy Bull l, 2. M.'XRCARl'I'I1 VVIQRL . . "Pvg" Say l'vz ccwizry, Say I,l11 mil, Say Vw grnfcfrlg old, B111 mirt- Ulsrfillf fcril mix' Gifti My Wolf ftlogl to anyone Xxitli :i long uzilk liomc. Actixitics: Pvp Clulw 2, 3, 45 G, A. A. l, 2, 3, 45 Glu' Clulw l, 2, 3, 4, Tuinlwliug' lg Solo 2, 3, 'l-5 linelcinlvlt' l, 2, 1, -lg Cluss Plziy. LlL.'X'l'lll'III,liR . . . "l,ff1i" .X ff lrrn piwpfi' ini' illfw .wif fm!!! of lhwu arf' glilif of fl. Gift: Nly nent work to ziuy .Iunior xxlio needs it. .Xctixiticst Bcliaixing in ulzlss, VV,'Xl,l..-XCE VVURL . , "Rui" diff! lufzu' gnzrziff? Gift: My razor lwliitlcs to l'i:ii'l Oclliufcn. Activities: Footlwzill l, 2, 3, -l-5 liuskctlmll l, 2, 3, -l-: Boxing -la Vullcylvzlll l, 2, 3, -lf, Cliin lip .intl Huntls Donn Clulv. -QW 'Nl.XRY'l'll'il'i.XNY . , . . . "i'lIili7rs.f'i' Duillfu l',f.flwz Jiligwztly TCVGFII I .vpfizk for I .vuliforu Ja. Gift: Talent un Cllll4lI1L'I to uny new player in Junior Band. Activities! Glue Club 3, 45 llzintl 3, 45 Buskctlmll l, 2, 3, 'l-3 Vol- lcylmll l, 2. LENQX 'I'l'lEIl.ER . "Ili-i'19i'i-'l X01 fha! I' loin' ft'f'1fmf lux, Mi! fhuf I lu-zu' play wnn, Gilt: My uftcrnoons oil' to Ilu lloucrttv. .Xctixiticsi Gootlnvss Knows VVl1:1t l, 2, 3, -lf. E lllll OFFICERS PRl'1S.4l'II.lJRllJGli POLEGE VICE-I'RliS.e-LliS'l'liR DEAN SEC. and 'l'RIi.XS.fDAR1,ENE M 0 R R li N Our class, which started High School with an enrollment of nearly one hundred students, has dwindled to a mere forty six memhers who are to receive diplomas. The natural decrease in enroll- ment has heen intensified by the forces of war. Lawrence vonGnechten, Ellis Peterson, Lyle Copiskey, and Harold Kaphaem left to join the armed forces hefore the opening of the fall term. Ronald Hansen was inducted soon after the hegin- ning of the school year. John Boyle, Jack Chvala, Darrell Lundgren, and Gordon lllitchell were ahle to complete one semester of their senior year. lVallaee lVurl left two weeks hefore Commence- ment to enter the Navy. We regret that these classmates were unahle to hnish the year with us, we pray for their safe return and we hope that we shall prove worthy of their great sacrifice. ln this husy world of to-day many of the graduates have found work to do. 'lihey are all eager to he of service, in any capacity. to help to get this war oyer and to help in planning the future 1 after the victory. 3 1, 1 lbrxl1ll.l'if'A""f-fl,l'iNSllfli ? l'llIL KROPL.-X AND ,ICE MAYER -io- John Boyle Dorothy Neumeyer Darlene Rlorren Phyllis Kropla lfllis Lewerenz john Rouman Shirley Nyberg Nladaline Hein Lester Dean Xlargaret 1Vurl Jon N BOYLE. ...... IJoRoTHy N EUAIEYER. . IJARLENE NIORREN.. Puv1.l.ls KROPLA .... ICLl.1s LENVIZRENZ .... JOHN ROUMAN .... SHIRLEY NYBERG .... RIADALINE HEIN .... LESTER IJEAN ....... M,xRo.,xRET NVURL. . . E NIR Scholastic Points 140 132.63 126.77 131.25 136.39 137.5 130.77 124,57 108.75 108.54 EX11'Jl-C1ll'I'lCl1l.l1' Points Total 39 179 35 167.63 36.50 163.27 27.50 158.75 19 155.39 17 15-1.5 22 152.77 19.75 1-1-1.32 33.25 1-12 27 135.5-1 . . . . The .1'flilill'FSf .tailor . . . The 'ZL'15lIiI1'f'Sf zcislzer . . .The Illlf'lilI,f'Xf Illlfjilli . .The 1lam'ir1ye.v1 rlanrer . The kIIfI'ZL'7lI'l'.Yf ,l'nou'er . .The fllillkillifjf lhinker .The lrlllgllingerf lflllgllfl' . . .The friendlier! friend . . . . . . . The nuiiieyf nut . . .The sinyiugert singer SENIOR CLASS PLAY The senior class play of 19-H was a comedy. entitled, "The 1Vhole '1'own's 'l'alking1". lr was presented Nlay 25th. Because of scarlet fever, John Rouman was unable to take the part of Roger Shields. Eddie .lim 'llheiler substituted for john. bliss Swenson deserves special credit for her excellent job of coaching. There were many difficulties this year, with john's illness, and with Lncle Sam taking so many of our senior boys. Robert N iclc .......... Kathleen Hide ..... Darlene llorren. . . lfllis Lewerenz ..... Blossom Schlottke .... Ray Klarcouiller. . . liddie J. Theiler. . . Nladaline Hein ...... Dorothy N eumeyer .... Xlargaret 1Vurl. .... Gracia Schrader .... Lester Dean ..... .....llr. Simmons . . .lXIrs. Simmons . . . .lfthel Simmons . . . .Chester Binney . . . . .Letty Lythe . . . .Donald Swift . . . .Roger Shields . . .Lila VVilson . . . .Sally Otis Annie . . .Sadie Bloom ...Taxi Driver y 1'ERK1NS -v-Xl' l.1i1SL'RE O1"l9IC1'IRS .XS NVE SEE THE .-11- INI Jlllllllli' KIUNIOR CLASS T Roxy Onef-xl. Ili-tzel, F. Klzlde, R. Reinhold, lf. Nlzirtell, I.. Nystrom, ll, Hodge. Roxy 'l'xxo-Ii. Swenson, IJ. Theiler, M. Rzuldunt, -I. Gootlfellow, D. Rgnuer, -I. Roumun, H. Horkenhzlgen, Row 'lllwrn-e7NI. Kilishek, L. Bishop, R. Lnmer, Al. Ifrsmley, AI, '1'.1ylor, l.. l3r.ullish, l, Doueette VVhy an zlrtiele has to he written here is more than l know. If there is anyone in that picture uhove who will forget this past year, our Junior year, he ought to he-lllh, guess the rest had hetter lltlt he s:1id.l To he sure none of us will forget election day, will we? rllllilf day 'llzikeu Lindsley was challenged to 'just try and keep order :among us :md lead the meetinggsf Rod 'liimm was eleeted vice president :ind Ray Cyehosz was elected seeretnry-treasurer. A short time later Viola Sehoettler was elected to take Rziyls plzlee sinee he would no longer he with us. None of us will forget the reflexes in geometry. that disgusting shorthand and typing, the hlowpipe in chemistry. the lovely rest periods in linglish elzlss etc. So again l sary, why should something have to he written? But maybe some out- sider will also he interested in our class. Klziyhe? ICERS-j. LINDSLEY, V. 5CllOH'l"l'l.HR, R. 'YIMNI IS Sill? GOING T0 STUDY? -13- ii, Jlllllllllii' 436 49 at 50 1 1 f-kfxffi Rua One-ll. Kahn, R. 'l'fnun, ll, liiarrd, il. Amlvrson, l'. Honns, A. Gesell, bl. Linilsley, N. Still, lf. illlllllll. Row 'fun-KI. Sehesnn, .-X. lioornian, A, Richnrlls, I.. Kuntz, E. johnson, P. l,.uers, R. johnson, IC. Shimller, V. Rrismzisnn Roxy llireefll. Uhey, Al. lfolz, V, Sclioettler, D. llcarson, R. Kaplizueni, R. legal, R. Nlattson, R. OIterst.itu'r, E. Clanton. Say you outsiders! Survey those rows of faces up there. :Xren't they nice looking? Cfor the greater part anywayl. A lot of us are really good athletes including a few of the girls. Blany of us are very good ssholars as you can easily see from the wise looking faces and we're all very generous and kind-hearted. lve all donated willingly and worked to make, with the help of Kliss Floyd. not only one, hut two afghans for the Red Cross. So you can see wc-'re a pretty nice group. Our class advisors are Xlrs. Borkenhagen, Bliss Swenson, Ilr. Clanton and Klr. Seheson. Wve thank them all. DRUG S'1'ORli COW'-BOYS XY.XI'llING HJR CLXSS OR: HOKNS, Ifl'I'Zli, ,VXNIJ S'IlIIfF IEISHOP, l.A'NllCR .XNIJ SL'HOE'l"I'LIiR ..13.. 0l'll0l'l0liIl' gm? First Roy-R. l7r.mley, A. Loftus, li. Crass, M. liall, ll. liall, X. Zastroyx, li. xonflneehten, li. Hide, A. lletlel, l'. lfeind. Second lloyyfbl. Nelson, li. 'l'he'ler, QI. Ohey, li. Oelhafen, li. Kind, I.. Loxsletten, C. 'l'heiler, xl. Kelley, C. Stahl, K. Hoppe, il. Lain.. Third Roof-I. Sehluter, li. Steinharh, -I. Montahon, L. Nlott, L. Higgins, L, llilgendorfi, R, lfolz, M. Nlartuiek, K. Camp- hell, U. johnson. The sophomore elass of 1943-'4-lf. VVhat a class! Feeling quite superior at knowing what to do and when to do it, we whizzed through sueh pre- liminaries as enrollment, receiving hooks, reporting to classes and other routine matters. YVC smiled knowingly each time a freshman hlundered into one of our classrooms. VVe felt wise-heyond measurel VVhen hlrs. Brady ealled our first elass meeting we eleeted Earl Oelhafen, President, Ken- neth Hoppe, Vice President: and lfugene Cliinderl Kind. Seeretary and Treasurer. At a later meet- ing we elected Irene Riedel and Norman Perkins as our elass representatives on the Student Council. 'llhe sophomores, with the help of Xlrs. Brady, presented the skit, Wllhe Case of the lllissing l"oothall." for their l'ep Session. NVQ' hope you lilced it. The sophomore elass is preparing for that proyerhial "rainy dayill lvelye laid away a good sum as the result of several sueeessful danees put on hy our elass after games. OFFICERS Going Places K. ll0Pl'lfI, KIND, li. Olil.ll.'Xl"liN bl- HFIN ilIl'HOM0llllt' 1 First Row-ll. Selmer, C. L'ln-rry, U, .Iohnst-n, D. Sutherland, Nl. Krueger, D. Nlorren, 'lf Small, G. Erickson, ll. Stoke, R. l'ertnn'r, I. Riedel. Second Royxfll. Smith, ll. Orcutt, ll. lfogg, -I. llcin, xl. llanst-n, K. Anders-ni, B. Hoyle, 'l'. Lokkcn, D. llernian, NI. Hig- gins, Mrs. Brady. 'l'hiitl Row-S. llcbeau, Nl. lletlinontl, Ii, 'Nl.xrtell, li. Dotter, l.. Hiller, Nl. l't'.n'ct', Lf Hartz, .-X. Nlarcouillcr, yl. frapeau, M. Perkins, Nl. Schwab, YVe are represented in most of the school activities. john Hein, Soup' Campbell, and jimmy Kelley were on the Varsity Football Squad, others played on the second team. "Binder" Kind, and "Sonny", Hein, were in the Basketball squatl. Norman Perkins. Clyde Stahl, Kenny Anderson. John Hein. Bruce Boyle, Joe Obey, and Bob lfolz were on the boxing team. The sophomore girls' team won the Girls' Basketball Tournament. Our class had four cheerleaders to 1'00t for the local teams in athletic contests. Wie had six people out for forensics, four of whom won places at the league contest. and one of whom won a H. rating at the district con- test at Stevens Point. YVe have a number of students in the Band and in the Glee Clubs, and we add our share of names to the honor roll. YV1-'re proud of our record and if there are any skeletons in our closet we won't talk about 'em. YVe have to tell about our good pointsAfcnough teachers will readily point out the others! Xyulylwg ply. NI.-XIQYANX, 'llllf Q'llElillLl',.-Xlilfk NlO'l"1' AND lll.XRlD -is-Q '1 i 4 FIRESHMIE First Roxy-R. .'Xnderson, G. lirentzer, C. Thonipson, Al. Kahle, C. Crass, pl. Hetlel, ll, Kreuger, H. Fields, li. Schufletoxyski, F. Marks. Second Roxy!-il. Crass, C. Burdick, Al. Kahle, R. Nlcfarty, l'. VVhite, P. Kilinski, T. Schniit, C. Sparks, R. Hall. 'l'hiid Roufj. Neumeyer, R. Uane, ll. Olsen, H. Lund, li, NVhite, R. L'hristiansen, ll. 'l'imm, J. Theiler, 'l'. Nloody. A We "frosh" have begun our trek down the long trail towards our graduation day, which we hope, will he in 47. September 7th we struggled painfully arranging our schedules, which proved to be a problem-on our very first day of school! 'lihe following day was hard on the leather and rubber soles as we trudged through the halls to classes just long enough to be assigned desks and those he- loved textbooks. The next few days we went up the wrong stairs and through the wrong door into the assembly, with a bewildered expression which we intended to be bright and intelligent. Une of our first class meetings was devoted to the election of class officers. 'lihey were chosen thus: Harold Thompson, president, 'liom Rose, vice-president, and June Roberts, secretary and treas- urer. Kliss KIcCormick and Blrs. Kelley are our class advisors. A committee of the freshmen plotted and schemed for several days to prepare a pep session pre- ceding a football game. hlembers of the team, as a result, had their fortunes told by the great palm- ist, Blme. Lazonga, with the aid of her assistant. lfvidently the team must have been overjoyed with the prospects of the future as they plunged through the line gaining a victory for T. H. S. 0Fl"lK'liRS NVIC S'l'll.l. l.lKl'i T0 PLAY ll. 'l'HONll'SON, xl. ROi3l'.R'l'S, 'lf ROSE Betty Lon .intl Alyis ,15- FIHISHME First Row-D. Kahle, A. llanscn, ll. Layyrence, T. Cleisner, C. NlcI.aren, li. Schloessoyy, NI. Nelson, C. Kind, D. Karr, bl. Roberts. Second Ron-Nl. Klade, I'. Kelley, G. Piper, li. Duns, ll. llilgendorf, li. Cycliosz, F. Hansen, L. VVeiss, M. Smith, Mrs. Kelley. Third Royyfj. Brady, li. Lamer, A. llndson, A, hludson, L. lleaiidoin, 'l'. Rose, .X Gallagher. Linder the guidance of Bliss llcformick, the freshmen sponsored a tag sale for the benefit of Boys Town and the Chinese Blind. A portion of the money we collected was donated to our local Helping Hand Society. The freshmen believing in the old adage "better late than never" finally succeeded in giving a dance in April, which we called the Freshmen Spring Dance. This brought a profit of exactly 56.03 to our treasury. XVe were able to secure the services of Klrs. Coey's Orchestra, something other classes can't dol Ha, hal VVe heartily hope our freshman class of '-H' achieves and upholds the honor brought to 'lf H. S. by former classes. ,.,.-wv-w- Q' -jg! ef in FROS l I HOM ECO Nl ING lfI.OA'1' PRli'l"l'Y CLEVICR--'fl VACATION DAZE PEG AND CA'l'l'lliRINli Nlcl..XRl'IN 117, SHIRLEY NYIHCRG .Xl,'l'Hl'l.X IZOORNIAXN GIQOIQUIC 'lxlllilllill l'fDNV:XRD ,I.-XMICS 'l'lH'1lL ltufilfnf'-ffl-f,'f1frf liqffflul'-X11-ffflHW' lfIl.Y.'7I:'.Y.Y .'llm141gf'1' :l.w',f'I li'm'fr11'fx ,llamlgfr i l7.XRl.liNlC 'NIORRICN IJOIUYYIIY NlCl"NIlCYliR N,,f'f1, Nwflffff vw 'U .f I ,MH ...f .1. ll IJl'.XNli 'l'l'QSS'XllCll ,LXCR l"l'l'Zlf I'hf1lukqr,1jvfUf1' fllnff. lf1ff!w1 -IANIIQS RUIMAN Rl"l'H O'l"I'lCRS'llX'lA'l'liR CIXROI, AIICQXN CIIICIQIQY GLORIQX PIPER Sfwflx I1'Jflnr .lnrlfffr l1'J.f!w' Jfll ltvlfflof I"1'r.vhf11m1 Elfflur 118- HAI! NIGII SCIIOOI BAND First Rovxfbl. Rouman, L. Nlartuick, Nl. Gallaglier, Nl. 'l'iIl'.lny, D. Neunieyer, G. Sclirader, I.. Mott, A. Hansen, ll. Hall, lletzel, C. Nlclatren, R. Otterstatter, ll. Krueger, I. Riedel, G. 'l'heiler, ll. llioinpson, yl. lfitze, l'. l.avi-rs, IJ. Nlorren. Second Rouflh llishop, bl. Lanx, I. Doneutte, Nl. L'herri', l., Nlelanz, Ii. Oelliafen, R. Krne-'er l'. llouns F Nlwrks C . . 1- v v - - 4 -v '- Nlartin, Nl. Klade, G. l'iier, B. Duns, R. l.:nner, xl. k'r.zpe.au, l.. liradtish. Al. Hansen, I.. ll'ggins, Nl. Higgins, B. Abel, N. l Perkins, li. Lexx ereni. lhirtl Roxy--ID. Hauer, I. johnson, R. hlolinsnn, il. .Xi1derson, ll. R.1nd.lll, bl. lit-yle, li. Klade, KI. llrady, C. Cherry Having lost our capable and beloved Klr. ludeseo to a bnited States Army band. we started the year under a new director. Xlr. -lames Laux. During the fall we played at Football games, Bond Drives. and at the Pulpwood Drive. The band and several soloists played for the Band llothers at a regular meeting of their Club. Our first public concert was presented at Christmas time in a combined Hand and Glee Club Concert. XVe used the two new lfrench Horns and the three Concert Drums which were presented to the band by the Band llothers' Club. Un February 18, I9-H, hlr. Lanx was inducted into the lvnited States Navy, much to our re- gret. Another good man lost to L'ncle Sam! On Blarch 7. 19-lf-l. Bliss Dora Blelchert took the position of Hand Director and since her arrival has added a swing band to the music department. lVe are doing our best for our new director. XVe think she's "'l'ops.H ON IKXRAIJIL IN -UVVIUN i -l'l- BBE'BMA GLB' ULIB l'1rst llwxv-H.'X. Hzmsvu, .l. Hctxcl, U. LBIUISS, C. NlII.il!'L'll, Ii. SrlwvQsmx, H. Cyclmsy. L-:mul Rmx7M1's. V. ,lwl1K'Bll'I', P. lim-llcy, 'l'. Gluismw, ll. l'ipL'r, II. Kl'lI4'gl'l', H. Duns. fhixwl Rmx4'NI. Ne-lsun, IJ. lIilg1'mlm'f, I. Falk, il, IQHBNLTKS, F. H,u1sm1, I-'. Nlzxrks. BBYU BLEB ULIB Tirsl lluxvw-li, Ruttvr, il. liuylv, C, Mltflwll, AI, flmxxnlxu, F, I,cxw1'c11z, Buck Rfmflf. '1'l1uIlv1', bl. 'l'11vflm', ll. '1'lu'ih'r, I.. Nystrmn, il, Rmunzm, li. On-lluzllfxx, Mrs. 'flu H20- I Illl Ullllllli' First Row-A. Nlarcouiller, M. Redmond, li. Dolan, N. Pierce, R. lfr.mley, R. johnson, R. Pcrtiner, C. Kind, li. Stoke, KI. Crapeau. Second Row-N. Zastrow, hl. Hansen, Nl. liall, D. Nlorren, l". Powell, R. Otterstatter, lf. Crass, K. Redmond, V. Theiler. Third Row'-C. Severson, ll. Klorren, D. Neunieyer, l'. Layers, C. Cherry, .X. Hoorman, J. Rounian, il. Theiler, P. Kropla. Fourth Row-G. Theiler, li. Leuerenz, C. Mitchell, Al. Chyala, L. Nystrom, IC. Oelhafen. The fortunes of war are not all bad, and we are enjoying some of the good fortune in our Vocal Klusic Department and throughout the school system, Blrs. Vera Theiler, who graciously agreed to come to the aid of the school, is directing the Glee Clubs and Grade School hlusic this vear. The Glee Clubs were organized in three units this year: a hlixed Chorus. a Boys' Glee Club, and a Freshman Girls' Glee Club. lfach group has enjoyed a successful and pleasant year. A concert given by the Glee Clubs and the Band at Christmas time consisted of many beau- tiful carols. Ar this time llrs. Theiler presented a cantata "Christmas Street," performed by Grade School children. The war greatly affected our lioys' Glee Club when we lost three members to the armed forces. Gordon hlitchell, who was one of our most popular soloists, has joined the Army. John Boyle, our best baritone, is in lfncle Sams Navy and is now adding his fine voice to the Great Lakes Naval Choir. .lack Chvala, a popular member of the Club all through his High School days. is now in the Navy Air Corps. Nlrs. Theiler presented a special program by the Boys' Glee Club as a farewell gesture. Ir was a particularly gay and clever arrangement, and we needed it-for most of us were feeling sad at the prospect of losing so many of our well-loved tellow students. April 20. the Cllee Clubs gave a beautiful and colorful "Concert of the linited Nationsf' in the Auditorium. lt included songs and pageantry of England, Mexico, the Pacific lslands, China, Russia, and America. The South Sea lsland number brought special cheers and applause from the boys in the front row! The unanimous approval of the city and school proves the concert was a huge success, thanks to the direction of Klrs. Theiler and her ability to inspire her Glee Clubs to do their finest work for her. ,211 Illlllllii US First Roufkf Cherry, xl. Hansen, ll. Hall, li. Laurence, U. Nlcflarcn, NI. Krueger. Seconil Roni.-X. lioornian, R. Pertinier, .L Hansen, G. 'l'hefler, li. Schlottkc, P. Kropla, G. Schratler, IC. 'l'heiler. 'l'hirtl Roufil. Piper, li, Duns, ll. Morren, Al. Rv-unian, KI. 'l'heiler, D. Neunu-yer, Al. Nelnneyer. Forensics, as an extra-curricular activity. certainly has had a revival of general interest to all students this year, hoth in the number of participants and in the splendid rcsults ohtainecl hy our speakers. ' ' If lhose contestants who were fortunate in surviving the elimination contest. vied for honors z the local contest, and provided a program of unusual excellence. The winners of this contest in the order of their placement are: SERIOUS U1ic1.,nl.x'1'oRv Huxlokous Dl5c1,Axm'1'oRv James Rouman, "Pacific lfpisoclen llelen Hall. "Uh, Johnny" Blossom Schlottlce, 'lnlurcler of Liclicen Carol -lean Cherry, "A Nloclern Portiaw Althea lioorman, "Rebecca" lfchlie -lim 'l'heiler, "Cop on the Corner" f,RA'I'0RY Georgie 'l'heiler, Hlieep Our Ureams Aliveu 'HIE NVINNFRS AT 1.AST+.IINI GOES '1'O MADISON G. THEILIER, H. BALL, H. SL'lll,O'll'1'1ili, 1-'OR THE g,'1'A'1'E CONTEST C. CHERRY, bl. ROUNIAN -ggw PIII' CLI II 5 3? . , . . - I First Roni.-X. Iioornmii, II, Stoke, II. IxropI.i, D. NIoi'ieii, ID. Xeunieyer, FI, Lr.ipe,iu, il, NI..m,.Iuoii, I.. Iiiihopw H, Onyx, Second Ron-Miss Schliiter, NI. Hein, R. I'ertmei', I. Rin-tIeI, II. SchIot!ke, S. Nyherg'. AI. IIeUeI, II. Iiide. G. SrIir.itIe Loxslelten, II. XVurI. 'I'hii-tI Roufll, II.iII, ID. Nlorreii, NI. Kriieger, K. Iiiiie. NI. II.iII, II. I..ixeiw, C. Su-xerson, N. Zastiw-xx, Election of oflicers took place :it the Iirst meeting. Grzieizi Sdirzider heezime president. Ii Ieen Hide, vice president. :md Bloss Schlottke. Sl'CI'CI'2lYy-IITZISIII'CI'. r, If. :ith- At our next meeting we pIzlnned :ui initizltion party for the fourteen new memhers. 'Iihe event was a gala affair even tho we were drenchemi after w:1teI1ing the initiates CZIl'I'I'IlIQ out their orders in rain. the IVe decorated the gym with corn stalks, pumpkins, and :1ppIes 2II'I'2lIIQClI in Iizxrvest scenes for the suecessful Homecoming dzmee. Ifveryone wus in good humor Iweziuse the foorhull game of the :i noon had ended in zi tie. Iter- The stucIent hody ITZIIII worIaemI with us this year. I'roh:1hIy heezuise we gave them :I tree dance. YVe :1Iso prox'itIerI the new CIieei'Ie:uIers with goIcI Ietters to wezir on their swezlters. :ls wt-II :is part of their costumes so they would Iook more uniform :it :ithIetie meets. 0HA.IL.ERS L'IIIiI'.R I.Ii,XIJI-IRS . . 'III. 'lk'li 'Ii, C, .L'IIR.X1lI-,I', Ii. hIIJIi II. II.-XI,I,, ll. 5L'IIIl.XIJICIl, I-Q. il. 'lIIIaII.InR, II. Ii Ni U IX S X C. I. k'III',RRY, Nl. IIJXLI, Hzs- I RRI I-IC U'I'l.llIlNT UUINUII, l7l1'QY Run-fx. l'v1'kini, il. llluilrl, ll. Xlftvlmrll, il. Nllyw. R. 'l'lu'lla'1'. Nnwwni Rmxfffl. lllwlul. P. Kulluy. R. Nl.lIwu. li. 1. 1. IKI1'-1 Rmx --V. lxlxiyrhvx, .X. U.zll.uglu-V, C. Nhl..m'n, ,X. ll,u11w11, NI. Rl.:-iv, I'. liulluy. 1111111 Rwxx il. Pllwl. I. lJu11u'Il4', C. Svu'1'sm1, xl. l'1.u11u1Xlx, U. Nllulmirl, I". IH-xx.-ll, ll. Ulu'- 'llllllwl llmx---,l. SClllHil'1', I". Klmiv, gl. Clxlpczlu, XI. lllgglrw, X. fwtrwxx, ,X. Hvtyvl, R. l"l':mluy K' flwrxy, Nl. Killilwvk, li. Duma -34- MISS SNVENSON, xl. ROUNIAN, G. l'll'liR, R. NIATSON, M. HEIN, G. liRl'lL"1'ZliR 'll l flomahawlc N ews Tattlerl 'liattle here and tattle there and tattle this and tattle that, ls thc pleasant duty of the hoard of T. N. T. VVatch your words and watch your actions, Lest they tattle your reactions. 'liattle to the local people all the things you do 'l'attle all news important, All the things that we accomplish, All that we attain and conquer, All the knowledge that we gatherg 'llattle all the daily doings, All the great ones. all the funny, 'liattle weekly to the Leader, They. the hoard of T. N. T. Nlfkll.-Xl.lXii IIEIN-lIlDl'l'OR ."I'llIIIl 'I' l'l'I'Il0li XVith Klr. Clanton as faculty advisor, a Student Patrol was organized to direct traffic at the close of school and during the noon hour. The patrolmen direct so that students avoid traffic when they cross the streets, stay within the given yellow lines and cross streets at right angles and only at the intersections. The prime purpose is to prevent accidents, and it should help to teach the small children to observe and learn proper conduct in crossing streets. Captain Harold Thompson and Lieutenants Jerry Neumeyer and Eugene Klusil are the student leaders with Lts. Edward Clanton and Ashton Crapeau and the patrol- men from the grades on active duty. 2 L'l'. yl. NliL'NlliYllR, C.XI"l', ll. THONIPSOX, I.'l'. E. NIUSII. 5 I+'ll0'l'lBALIg First Rim R. lx Uwiimf, AI. Llix.ll.1, l.. IJc.m, I-,. Nlguti-ll, lx. 1 nnipiwll, XX. Wurl, AI. 'NI.aycr, AI. liffylc, R, lhcilci I lx'IlL-x I n vm m.- H1-in. Svcmul Iluxxflh BL-,l1iLif+il1, L. Nlitcilvli, H. Royle, I'. VVi1iIL', ,X. Hluismi, ll. 'l'i1nl1ip4un, P. Hoiins, xl. Brzuij, I". 'liimm, R, 'l'i,mm, ,Xi1iiul'suii, Nlr. Sviwsnxi. 'fliiiml nm f-'ML l'lamtmi, lf. Nlusil CNIgr.J, il. l4'x'gmlc'y, li. 'l'ln'ih'i', X. Stiil, R. lfulf, U. 'I'l1L'ilm'i', D. Timm, L. Oi'll1.u1'4-11. 'li0IU2lIl2lXYk Tmnzih lwk 'li0lH1lilZlXYk 'IQOITIAII uvk r1iUIH2lll iwk rlitllllliil lXYk GAM ICS PLAYED ixIUSilll'C.... HU . . . . 7 ifaggle Rival' . . . . U Czlmplwll . . , . . .12 Park Falls . . ...IZ Boyle . . . .. .10 Phillips .... ,, ll Xxvllfl .. . . . .26 Klinocqusi . . U lliljfl' . . . , - -H Nlurtcll .. .. . . . .70 Oppmwnts . . . ll Cvchusz . Kfllvy . . . . Clivzilu . . 'lilwilc-1' . . Dczui . VARSITY LINE-L'1 . . li-fr-1-ml .. lcft-tzicklv .. lc'ft-gllzlrcl . . . . Cl'l1I'UIA I'ij,fiIfAg,fll2ll'li 1'igglir-tzlnklf' . rigjlit-c'ml QLlIlI'l'l'I'l32lL'k .. iK'fT'ililii2 riggllr-half . flill-hack .X R lu ..,. EAI, GAVXNIE XV.X'1'K'H TH,-YI' Nl.-XX Your opinion was probably as good as mine, when it came to talking football last fall. lt was hard to predict just what kind of a season lay in store for Coach Sebeson and his gridders when they began training for the '43 season. One thing which was evident, was the fact that the odds were against the boys in bringing home a successful season. ln the first place, less than thirty-six boys signed up for practice and by the end of the year they numbered around twenty-two. Of these, seyen were letter men from last year, Dean, 'l'ht-iler, VVurl, Chvala, Boyle, Blayer, and hlartell. Probably the greatest handicap of all was that of weight. Yes, our boys lacked "beef", and plenty of it. For instance, our inexperienced line averaged only l-f-l- lbs., whereas the back field tipped the scales only around the ISO lb. mark. The THS gridders were the lightest team in their conference. Despite these odds, after four weeks of rigid training, they were ready for their first test. Out on the practice field they didn't look badg but how would they do in a game? VVould their inferior size hold them back? Could they function smoothly and swiftly? It wasn't long before the answers to these questions became evident. YVhat our boys lacked in size, they made up for in speed and con- trol. They gave to us an undefeated seasong the first of such seasons we have had since 1939. ln a series of good games our tC2l1Il won from Klosinee, Phillips, Rlinocqua, and Eagle River, and tied a game with Park Falls. Ar the end of the season, the boys chose XVallace VVurl and Joe Slayer as co-captains, and Les- ter Dean as the most valuable player of the team. lVIajor and minor letters were awarded to the following players: majorg John Hein, Kenneth Campbell, John Boyle, XVallace VVurl, Joe lNIayer, Iflmer Klartell, Ray Cychosz, Jim Kelley, Jack Chvala, Dick Theiler, and Lester Dean. Xlinorsg Harold Thompson, Aldon Hudson, Louis Beau- doin, Rodney Timm, Fred Timm, Bruce Boyle, Phillip YVhite. hir. Clanton assisted Klr. Sebeson in coaching the team. Klention should also be made of Joe Frawley, Eugene Nlusil, and Earl Oelhafen who served as managers. The team this year was a better all-round team than we have had in a good many years. Coach Sebeson and the boys deserve a great deal of credit for making a successful season, of which the whole school is proud. LOOKS LIKE SLONV 'NICJTION T.-XNGIJIIJ' 1 - ,.,. ,.x. , 1 .L... . My BASKETISALI, I-'iyxi iwxxfxl. N1'111111'y1'l', l"l'zml1'j'. 911111111 1-1111--ll. 'l'h1-ih-r, I.. Dvzm, IC. I'u11'541-, VV. XV111'I, Ii. Kimi, R. 'l'i111111. 'l'hi1'1i imxxfli. YI. K'h1'1'i'y, VV. Bizini, U. Ki'1'11t7i'l', il, I"1',111h'y, H. 'I'i1wi11pQim, AI. Hrih, U. Nlihhrll, lf. 'Iiimm ,'Xfr1'1' 51-x'1'rz1l p1':1ctic1's. with :1 511111111 11 hich had huihwi down rn about iiftwri. Illll' haskvthzill mmm 11i11l1-1' QwH2lL'i1 K. XI. 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You will remember how at the first Marshfield game and also the last Merrill game, after having played winning games throughout, those teams managed to edge out a win over us during thc final seconds of the game. Had those tough breaks been avoided, our boys could probably have claimed a .500 season. At the league tournament which met at Antigo, the Tommies played a losing game against White Lake which eliminated them from any fur'her participation. The total number of points which the team gathered for the year was 419 which meant a 26 point game average. Our opponents scored 503 points, or 31 points for their average game. llns h h O comparison does indicate that our players did play a series of good games throug out t e year. ur boys also had an exceptionally good free throw average this year scoring over half of the shots taken: that is ll0 made out of 218 attempted. This record for free throws was higher than that of any other team in the conference. Lester Dean, our star forward, was second highest scoring man in individual competition in this conference and was surpassed only by Nimz of Wausau. Dean also made the greatest number of free throws of any player in this conference. Receiving major letter awards in basketball are the following players: Wallace Wurl. Jack l L D an Eu ene Kind Gordon Mitchell Harold Thompson Dick Theiler, Rodnev Chva a, ester e , g . y - . n - , I. Timm and Eldridge Polege. Minor letters were awardedlto .Bill Biard, Joe Frawley, John Hein, George Kreutzer, Fred Timm, George Theiler and Eddie Jim Theiler. Jimmy Frawley and Jerry Neumeyer were capable and eflicient managers. h f h a the re xter number of games can sav that our bovs did not disappoint Toseouswosw gi I , . , Q us in the least. After all they may have been outscored in some of their games, but certainly they were not outplayed at any time. All of their games were goody the kind we enjoy seeing. INDIVIDUAL RECORD wi... Tomahawk SEASONAL GAMES 30 Mosinee ... . . Free Throws 'r0II13.l1aWli ........ T- ' Tomahawk Stevens Point . .. I 4 W D ,, A ... Tomahawk Wisconsin Rapids PLAYER T3 g 2 H Tomahawk Marshfield ..... U 5 H' 5 E L" Tomahawk Merrill ........ Y Y i H G 'iw Tomahawk Rhinelander .. Dean lifjfl-62' ifbirlgw-liQQ5YPlYl? Tomagawlli Xyacusau . . . . . WIT 5 I5 W 33 24 3 26 I .315 I 3U Tgxhxk Astgfff -- -- Kind I 16,3 ,flllfi l59tj3Zl Tomahawk Rhinelander .. Theilff l 16 2 12A if-50 ll 25-l Tomahawk Nekoosa . . . . . Timm R. I I6 25AllZil 10 23 l Tomahawk Rflflerrilh ...... Pl 4 7 5l.1. 555l11I omaaw ars e ..... Nliirfliell ll-1 of 1 'Goof of ,?0ma:aW'li Qgygiffo LL-' " Ejojllvoil Olna aw I C 3. C .... Chvala ll5'5i6l4l600l19l Total -29- IIII I II Ifirst row-D. 'l'innn, sl. I"r.mIey, N. Perkins. Second royygll. I,llI'llN'IK'I', C. Stahl, K. :XuIIerson, I". 'I'imm, IIm'in, Il. Ifolf. 'I'I1irtI ron---Nlr. Seht-son, I.. Iii-.iutIoin, Il. I!oyIe, .L Iludson, AI. .-Xnderson, RI. Oht-y, Commenting on the short boxing season of this year, Conch Seheson stated: "Iris too had that when our hoxers got tothe stage where I wanted them to he, there were no more houts to he fought." Such was the ease of our boxers this Inst season. Looking hack we will rememher that the squad was composed of nineteen capable men namely: Dale Timm, Fred 'I'imm, I'V:1II:1ce IVurI, I'hiIIip VVhite, Ifdwin IVhite, james Kelly, Dick Parma-ter, John Hein, CIyde SYZIIII, Dunne ,IKZIYCSI AIden Hudson, Bob Folz, Ken Anderson. Jule Anderson. Jim Frawley, Dick Johnson, Norman Per- kins, Bruce Boyle, and Bob Christenseng after we.-ks of rigid training and only three mzirrhes fought, the srzlson came to II cIose for the year. 'Iihe Iirsr match of the season was the IoCzlI finals in which the following houts were fought. Jim I' r:1wIcy'i' ...............,. 9-Iii: vs. Ronald Cop1sIcey'I' ............. 0211: CIyde Stnhlx .... ...II-Pj: vs. Norman Perkins .. . , . I22f: W Iioh Cliristensenak . . . I26:f:,I: vs. Bruce BoyIe . . . . . . IZ8jj: Dunne 'liziyesx . . . . 1251 Vs. Ken Anderson . . . . . Illii- -IuIe :XntIersonX .. . . .1203 vs. Dale Timm ... . . . ISI if .Iim Iii-Ilyx ............ ...I39:Ij: vs. Dick Purmeter .. ...lifgi ,Iohn IIein Cnon decisionj . . . . I-Iniji Vs. NVztII:1ct- IVurI . . . . . I5-Iii Fred 'I'immgf ................. I3Ii,'I: vs. Bob I"oIz ........ ........... I .I-I-ij.: I AIthoug1h three other matches were scheduled, only two were fought: with PhiIIips :ind nlerrill. I IVhen IJhiIIips hrougght their men here they managed to nzirrow out 11 win over our hoya hy :1 sforr- of 5.5 to -IS. 'I'ht- AIK'I'I'III-'IIUITIJIIIZIXYIC match wus r1':'I'y the hi'f win for the hoxerp rhig yrfnr. Ifigfht- ing :it NIL-rriII our hoys had it :LII over the Ht-rriII men in Zl 6-3 win. v 3 0- John Hein was chosen by his fellow mitt-men as having been the fighting-est fighter during the season. Fred Timm and Duane Taves were elected co-captains of the boxing squad. Even though the season was entirely too short, the boxers carry with them all of the valuable training they received this year from coach Sebeaon. VVe all look forward to a more complete sea- son next yearg more complete in matches and in wins. The result of the Phillips and Merrill matches are given below. Tomahawk vs. Phillips Tomahawk vs. Merrill C. Stahl' .. .... 11-HH: .... Lloyd Malvich Frawleyw' ...... 9-lj: .... T. Middlestead J. Frawleyak ...... 9-lil: ........ David Alm C. Stahl' ........ 114-jj: ..... R. Neaubauer J. Anderson .... 13211: ........ Gus Raabl' K. Anderson' ..... 12011 ..... P. Neaubauer F. Timm' ....... 1311i ...... McCarthy F. Timm' ....... 13111: ........ F. Johnson ll. Folz .... .... 1 3-EH: ........ D. Marks! D. Tavesak ....... 12415: ....... L. Shackett J. Hein . . . VV. Wurl'l' D. Taves . Last May, High School the District .......1454.,+ . .... lZ4:H: ...C. Gumax .......15-lit Reise? .......F. Kaletkaal' Major letter awards were F. Folz'l' ......... J. Anderson? ..... E. White ........ J. Hein .......... 13441 1323.1 14041 1454-JE won by the follow- ing boxers: Fred Timm, Edwin White, John Hein, Clyde Stahl, Duane Taves, Bob Folz, Ken Anderson, Jule Anderson, and Jim Frawley. gk indicates the winner of the' bout. indicates a draw. M IU Fll TIVAL a number of the students from our journeyed to Eagle River to attend Music Festival and to compete in ... . .M. Dalemanl' . . . Marcouillerl . . . . .G. Van Slate' Hinzlk the contest for vocal and instrumental soloists. The record number of "A" ratings earned at this contest deserves special mention. CORNET VOCAL SoPRANos Class A-Agnes Ann Kelley--2nd place Class A-Darlene Morren-2nd place Class A-Jennie Schrader-2nd place Class B-Margaret VVurl--2nd place Class ALTO SAX. ll-Carol Jean Cherry-lst place ENSEMBLE-FLUTE AND CLARINET Class B-lwarlyn Grube and James Rouman- lst place P1ANo SOLOS Class A-lwarlyn Grube-lst place Class B-Jack Fitze-lst place Class C-Earl Oelhafen-lst Place Class C-Carol Jean Cherry-lst place Class C-Phyllis Kropla-lst place Class B-Phyllis Kropla-2nd place Class C-Beverly Krueger-lst place Class C-Patricia Lavers-lst place Class C-Jean Hansen-2nd place TENORS Class A-Gordon Nlitchell-lst place Class A-Leland Helgeson-2nd place XYOCAL 'l'Rl0 Class B-lVlargaret Wmn1'l, Dorothy Nc-urnewx Darlene Morren-lst place. -31... NNUAL IHIARD CAL!! MII SEPTENIBER Sept. 7-VVell boys, school starts again with a bang Cwhich must have been due to inpuri- tiesj. Sept. 16-llfliss Joan Schluter is the new tutor. 40h heck we started a poem but there's nothing to rhyme with tutorj. Sept. 23-Now we too have a student council! Here's hoping they never have locker in- spection. Sept. 24-First football game of the season. lVe beat lldosinee six to nothing. Sept. 30-About time we got off for a few days. The reason this time is Teachers Conven- tion. OCTOBER Get.-Homecoming and wow! what a game! Everybody was there to cheer the team on to victory. Oct.-The student council sold student activity tickets. Come on kids, Dig deep! Oct.-Big pulpwood round up this weekg it only goes to show that dogs aren't the only ones who gather around trees. Oct.-An undefeated season in football. Mr. Sebeson deserves a lot of credit for his ex- cellent job of coaching. NOVENIBER IS-Basketball starts this week, hope the B. B. team is as successful as the F. B. team fsome dumb freshman thinks F. B. stands for fuller brushl. Nov. 20-Mrs. Borkenhagen has returned to schoolg that Full of Pep Feed must have done her good. Houns must have finally Nov. Jan. Jan. Jan. Jan. JANUARY 1- .............................. 2-Reason for the blank space above is that we didn't think you could read after New Years Eve. 23-Proofs of the seniors pictures that were returned for retouching had one good com- ment on themg Lester Dean-"Please comb the hair." 26-lVIiss Floydls class had a good return A member of on the Mendel's law theory. the class crossed Polege and Dean and got Babeoons. 11111.28-Flash! Flash! Chemistry class is Feb. Feb. Feb. Feb. Feb. saturated with new perfume, f'Two Periods in Hydrogen Sulfidef' FEBRUARY 2-Honestly! Those freshmen have queer ideas. They think Jeep is the feminine form of Jap. 18-A dan-ce was held this week with Coeys orchestra furnishing the music. Jean Han- sen deserves credit for helping with this dance, which was a Red Cross Benefit. 22--Several of the senior boys-persuade? Gordon Mitchell to donate his red polka dot tie to George Washington seeing it's his birthday. 22-lf anyone thinks this as a dead town just go out on a Saturday night and you'll soon change your mind. 24-Someone in school has a good sense of justice. Not to be outdone by George Washington, General Grant now has a green polka-dot tie. MARCH made a sale after all the advertising he's been doing. CA copy of the advertisement will appear at a later datel. Nov. 26-Oh where oh where has all the snow gone?????? DECEMBER Dec.-We now have air cadets in school Pete Houns, Okie Krueger and Babe Polege. To get in practise for their future work they throw paper airplanes at the ceiling. Dec.-Sorry out for a drink-lof water. Dec. Dec. Dec. l5-Juniors have decided to buy class rings this year instead of waiting until next year. -Our two weeks vacation starts today! What a relief! 29-Those drug store cowboys are in the annual this year in good style. 'Flu-y are also known as the Roy Rogers Fan Club. lwarch 1-Thar mouse in the assembly even scares the boys! How about that Toby? lXlarch 3-lf you ever want to get unwanted relation out of the house just ask Mr. Sebe- son for a bottle of HZS. lwarch 6-Local Declam contest was held to- night. Winners were as followsg oratory -George Theiler, Dramatic Declam- James Rournan, Humorous Declam-Helen Ball. lllarch ll-Between payoffs on the Full of Pep Feed advertisement and the money Eddie Jimls chickens bring in, the Annual Board ought to be rich. lVIarch 26-Boxing practice is well under way. Kids might really have good excuses for black eyes now. lllarch 31-League Declani contest was held here. Helen Ball and Jim Rouman receiv- ed A ratings. NAME Jule Anderson Dorothy Hauer Bill Biard Lois Bishop Althea lioorman' Leola lfootz La Vaun llradlish lla lwae Doucette -lack Fitze Joe Folz Joseph Frawley Alfred Gesell .loy Goodfellovy Jane Hetzel Benjamin Hodge Peter Houns Eleanor Johnson Rosalie Johnson Harold Kahn Ronald Kaphaem Alice Kiar Mary Kilishek Frances Klade Lucille Kuntz Rita Lamer Patricia Lavers James Lindsley Elmer lvlartell Rosella Matsori Helen Obey Ruth Otterstatter Don Pearson lVIaynard Raddant Virginia Rasmusson Roy Reinhold Audrey Richards Jim Rouman Viola Schoettler Elnora Shidler Norman Stiff ,lack Taylor Richard Teal Fred Timm Rodney Timm Dick Theiler WHO'S WHO AMUNG THE JUNIURS REMINDS ME OF Paul Bunyan A siren Tom Thumb the passing parade Hedy Lamarr Daisy Mae a china doll cupid Charles Boyer Albert Einstein a friend The thin man a Good gal a career girl a gold dust twin Roy Rogers Anita Louise Oh, Johnny, Oh Buster Brown Frankie Sinatra A daisy an ideal girl the timid soul T. N. T. Betty Coed Zasu Pitts Alan Ladd Humphrey Bogart Mother -lane Withers the guiding light "Rags" Ragland all-round boy rock of ages Buck Rogers A teacher Orson Welles Dorothy Lamour a modest Miss Lew Costello a traveling salesman the man who comes around a G. I. Joe Sonny Tufts Tommy Harmon OUTSTANDING FEATURE ShuHle Oh, Joe Life of the party baby voice "those eyes" blonde hair silence entanglements That cottage passion for D. B. that blush that hair freckles lipstick studious attitude glassy eyes her baby face always prepared that grin musical ability she doesn't tell her helpfulness quiet nature are you kiddin' Her giggle her long curls his clothes pleasant lisp her neatness Love of work love for children slick hair do Quietness variable coiffures his calm and cool nature her chattering that l'Roman" nose her figure audible giggle gift of gab pleasant smile love of movies his terrific punch blond hair bedroom eyes Is APT To BECOME Muscle-bound Volatile 61 101' wait 'n' see Emotional darker an Amazon involved piano virtuoso explosive fmanufacturerl red in the face a banker aggressive an artist a dead end kid a lady's pet a "gangster's lN'Ioll" an ice-berg gloomy operatic bear t0I1C a Betty Hutton successful boisterous Geometry Instructor Sedate fat kidnapped he is a marine school "mom" broad pediatrician public speaker who knows crushed teacher's pet chorus girl famous a model contagious serious some day Merrill resident a star another Joe Louis a good husband dangerous VILL l I. NAME Kenneth Anderson Mary Ann Ball Helen Ball Caryl Bartz Shirley Bebeau Bruce Boyle Kenneth Campbell Carol jean Cherry Jane Crapeau Evelyn Crass Evelyn Dolan Elaine Dotter Betty Eide Gloria Erickson Phyllis Feind Herbert Fogg Robert Folz Rose Marie Frawley John Ilein Donald Herman Audrey Hetzel Lila Higgins Marlyn Higgins Lloyd Hilgendorf Kenneth Hoppe Gale johnson Geraldine Johnson james Kelley Eugene Kind Merilee Krueger Arlene Loftus Terry Lokken Lawrence Lovsletten Annetta Marcoirller Barbara Martell Marland Martwick Laverne Miller jaqueline Montabon Dorothy Morren Lois Mott Eugene Musil John Nelson joe Obey Earl Oelhafen Natalie Pearce Norman Perkins Rose Pertmer Mary jane Redmond Irene Riedel Edward Rutter Eugene Schmit Martin Schwab Beverly Selmer Terry Small Daniel Smith Clyde Stahl Evelyn Steinbach Barbara Stoke Dorothy Sutherland Cornelius Swan Dale Taves Edward Theiler George Theiler Evelyn vonGnechten Nada Zastrow WIIII' WIIO IN REMIXD5 Mr: Most' OF Strawberries Marjorie Ma'n Hawai'an Islands Betty Grable a violet a scholar Johnnie Weissmuller Hazel Scott 'tjenny Wrenl' "Blondie" Irish Rose Priscilla Mae West Clara Barton Lost and Found Bureau Hoppalong Hercules a Queen's attendant Tarzan the other Ilermans gum chewing ttoperator"' Tillie the Toiler tomboy Beau Brummel "Bugs Bunny" yard bird Greta Garbo F. D. R. Johnnie Kotz Betty Davis Diana Thor john L. Sullivan a teacher Minnie Mouse Tom Mix Miller High Life Susan B. Anthony Eleanor Roosevelt Winker's Charles Atlas happy farmer sleepy cub bear Harry james Queen of Hearts john Garfield Catherine Hepburn St. Peters gatekeeper "Scatterbrain" Lone Ranger "Clem" Paul Bunyan just fl good kid Oliver Hardy Slow motion a shadow a lady boxer a mischievous elf herself Soap Dagwood "Chickie" Morrow Cicero Wausau Marlene Dietrich TIIE IIPIIIIMIIRE CLASS OL"l'S'l'.4NDING FEATVRI- Muscles her Chevrolet hula hips her swing her shy manner his brains brawn "Hmm" Dark eyes her slim Hgure cute smile "grey matterl' her ability to chew gum shy smile height business attitude gentle touch neat page boy bob his dimples his smooth look turned up nose band box look pitching aim ability to blush gait pint size love for uredy' Irish al'his h's heinie hair cut artistic talent her ambition his blond locks his bulk her scholastic ability ability to go steady uuiet ways Navy moods ability to roll eyes that look in her eyes his size his walk Ability to avoid work his strut love of walking Those waves knows-all timid look ber forgetfulness the way he steers a car hike Mop swift walk all of him bright eyes his framework her good behavior her smile her daily trips- swan soap complexion ability to drive a car that voice passion for gl'ilSS skirts her chatter Ll Rhinelander lettersn 34- Is Arr To Become a boxer stiff clumsy an actress noisy a Proliessor a junior a model a Wac a "tailor" huge brazen a minister's wife cover girl competition for Mr. Clanton speed demon a timid soul sloppy an orator a politician a reporter reckless glamour girl soap box orator zooper'ntendent general fnuisancel bathing beauty a mar ne quiet a Wave a CJll'L'1'I' g'rl bald store clerk a Nlaster of Arts re':1ted to .Al1I1l'ltl cowboy "Baker" actress p'n-up-girl ad. for Bubble gum a phy. ed. instructor a scientihc farmer Classics fiend harp player in a symphony fresh air fiend Prom King over worked feminine bouncer conscientious Concert singer City slicker a handy man a Wac a deep sea diver mechanic Sunday School teacher a deaconess subdued all-conference center President of Soap Co. magician a senator Veterinarian expert in mental telepathy seamstress If the upper class-men could have their way as much as they would like, they would have the Freshmen do the following things before allowing them to come back next year as Sophomores. Robert Anderson-Supply each of the Freshman class with a bottle of pop and each upper classman with a bottle ot' beer. Doris Barr-Stay away from the rest of the Bars. Irvin Bartz-Milk forty cows a day in case of a milk shortage. Louis Beaudoin--Forget what be ever learned about "women". Charles Burd?ck-Get rid of all sand burs on the school ground. jack Brady-Stay home and study Latin for a week. Robert Christenson-Drive the Qual'ty Cleaner truck at a "safe for pedestrianv speed. Carol'ne Crass-Stop idolizing Johnny Mack Brown. james Crass-Eat plenty of vitamins. Evelyn Cychosz-Practice setting hair on her dad for a few days. Betty Lou Duus--Stop getting wild in a card game. Bill Fields-Stop raising cane! Howard Frawley-Tell K. M. to manage his own team. Ann Gallagher-S'ng 'Gallaghern to the tune 'tllarriganf' Raymond Gane-Oil his larynx. Theresa Gleisner-Start coming to school. Alv's Hansen-Refrain from visiting in Hurley so much. Francis Hansen-Stay off the special honor roll so she won't pass up the seniors. Aloyce Hetzel--Bring us some beer and change her name to pretzel. Dorothy llilgendorf--Wear a sarong to school. Alden Hudson-Get all football equipment ready for next year so We'll be sure and be ready. jean Kahle-Chew only three packages of gum daily. Dorothy Kahle-Stay out of revolving doors, especially on Prom nights. joseph Kahle-Dye his hair black. Patricia Kelley-Bring brother jim home at 8:00 P. M. during the summer. Phil Kilinsk'-Get rid of his long winter "undies."' Carol Kind--Sleep for a week to catch up on sleep lost from homework. Mary Ann Klade-Refrain from flirting. Velma Knipfer-Go swimming everyday. Beverly Krueger-Refrain from cracking gum. George Kreutzer-Get on the first string in basketball. Eugene Lame!-Walk in to take his exams. Betty Lawrence-Stop studying so industriously. Mariann Lukes-Write a story of her life so we'll know something about her. Flora Marks-Shrink about a foot. Ted Moody-Get out of that mood. Richard McCarthy--Get rid of some of his rabbitsg he should kII0W Khill they l1!Ul!iPly filS!- Catherine McLaren--Learn "Paul Revere's Ride". Marie Nelson-Shout, just once. jerry Neumeyer-Refrain from making remarks about Dottie's li'-PY fflelldss Robert Olsen-Get rid of that Swedish grin. Will'am Ouimette--Spell his name like it sounds. Gloria Piper--Refrain from becoming Pied. , june Roberts-Persuade a certain "Rose" from sticking thornS in llCl'- Thomas Rose--Stay at home four nights in a row. Beverly Schoessow--Change her name so we can pronounce it. Marion Schmit-Change her name. There are too many SchmilS- Theodore Schmidt--Drive to school in a Packard. Edwin Schufletowski-Do what the first part of his name impliCS Ilflfl' il heavy snowstorm. George Sparks-Refrain from flaring up. Arnold Sutherland-Let his hair grow long. joseph Swan-Grow big wings so he can Hy around instead of just fl0H!. jimmy Tbeiler--borrow Eddie jim's gift of gab. Blair Thompson-refrain from chewing gum. Clara Thompson-refrain from staring at Binder. Harold Thompson-stop casting wolfish glances. Dale Timm-catch up with the rest of the Timms in athletic ability. Edmund Wadell-refrain from doing a chuck walk. Luis Weiss--stop winking at Bob Anderson Edwin White-stop being so colorless. Phillip White-eat more whcaties rather than "moo juice." -3 S.. i k JUNIOR PROM 19-I--I The main event of the year, the Junior Prom was held Friday, May Sth at 9:00 P. IW. The decorations followed a patriotic motif. Red, silver and blue streamers draped gracefully from the balconies. Large V's were located on all four sides of the gym. To top the patriotic decorations a large red, white and blue V was stretched across the top of the gym. . Nliniature hats copied after Uncle Sam's W:re use.l as proaframs with gay, red and blue pencils attaghed. The orchestra was encircled by a white picket fence i'1terlac"d with red and blue stream- ers. At the down beat from Cliff Hoene the grand march began led of course, by our prom king and queen Jake Lindsley and Shirley Nyberg. The queen was dressed in a blue formal of lilmy net with a delicate bodice of blue lace. The king and queen were followed by class offigers and seniors making a long colorful panorama with all the shades of spring represented in the various formals. Intermission was promptly at twelve furnishing a brief rest period for both the orchestra and dancers. As the last strains of "Home Sweet Home" filled the air at l :Oil A. IW. the dancers reluctant- ly left the crowning event of the year sponsored by the Juniors of I9-I-l-. Preparing for a Prom isn't always an easy nb. It means racking your brain for ideas and the feverish job of last minute decorations. DECORATIONS PROGRAM COMMITTEE Jack Fitze Lucille Kuntz Rita Lamer Rodney Timm Helen Obey Fred Timm James Rouman FURNITURE Pete Houns Jack Taylor Jim Lindsley LIGHTING Jule Anderson Bill Biard Rosalie Johnson Rosella Mattson Althea Boorman lVIary Kilishelc Audrey Richards lla lWae Doucett C fl DTERTISI NG COMMITTEE Jane Hetzel Eleanor Johnson Joe Folz Jim Rouman Alfred Gesell ll. A. A. A Student Council was organized this year to give the students a voice in their government. Representatives were elected from each class to present measures to the monthly meetings of the Senior Council where these measures were discussed and acted upon. The officers of the Council were: President, Joe IVIayerg Vice president, Richard Theilerg Treasurer, Gordon lklitchellg Secre- tary, Rosella lVIatson. T Perhaps the outstanding achievements of the year were the sale of Activity Tickets, which helped greatly to promote the financial success of the athletic department, and the organization of the Student Patrol. VVe think that's Quite a record for an infant organization. ,.3fJ... AIVIDGIM AUTINIIIAPIIS AUTOGRAPHS -39- U0 'llllll 'l'0llS Tomahawk Kraft Paper Company Tomahawk Oil Company Roumans Sweet Shop Page Milk Company Dr. R. J. Henderson Service Drug Company Tomahawk Bottling Works Lincoln Flour and Feed Store Bohmsach's Store Tomahawk Pulp Company Carl and Joe Theiler F. P. Werner Dr. W. l. Macfarlane Raymond Lumber Company Osborne Press Drs. Baker, McCormick and Baker Lyric Amusement Company Bradley Bank Morris' Ben Franklin Store Newborg Shoe Store Copes Hardware Wisconsin Public Service Corp. Tomahawk Builders' Supply Hufschmid Brothers Dr. George Theiler Hanke's Market Co-oP Store Milady's Beauty Shop Flambeau Market Tomahawk Drug Company Nick SL Sons Karam's Style Shop E. C. Smith Andrus Barber Shop Hotel Beauty Shop Bill Theiler's Tavern Allen's Grocery Krueger's Shoe Shop Tomahawk Electric Bakery Bennett's Restaurant Master Electric Shop Dick McCarthy Koth's Hardware Small's Quality Market Kall's Food Mart V. E. Labbe Insurance Agency Ta-ma-awk Dairy Dean's Grocery City Dray and Supply Kowerski's Quality Cleaners Nick Eide O'Rourke Barber Shop Pete Riebel's Grocery C. H. Wallis Frank Hebert G. M. Sheldon Dr. H. G. Rose Gamble Store Tomahawk Garage Peterson's Sales and Service O. K. Welty Nowak's Shoe Store Tomahawk Paint and Paper Store The -Great Atlantic and Pacific Tea Co Meyeris Studio


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