Union Free High School - Terrace Memories Yearbook (De Forest, WI)
- Class of 1954
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We, the Senior Class of l9Sh, proudly dedicate our nTerrace Memoirs' to
Miss Schneider as a token of our sincere appreciation and gratitude for many
enjoyable English classes and our thanks for her guidance and assistance in
producing our Freshmen and Senior Plays. Her neverdwavering interest in us
has made our school a better place.
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Dorothy Watson - Madison
University of Wis., B.A.
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Ruth Carol Anderson W "Red"
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cp paper 2,3,l4g Secretary 33 Student Council Secre-
Fcg tary bg Senior Class Playg Annual Staff
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George Kenneth BM n 2 "Geo"
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CLASS MOTTO. . . . . , , , , , , , , , , , ,WFINISHED--YET BEGINNING."
Carol Franci Bdd
A hap go-lu 1rho's always infor fun."
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Francis Troy Bruns "Tinlv"
'If it's an answer that you need, this guy'e
got it, yes indeed."
Senior Class Play, Annual Staff, Junior Red Cross
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arly - bed and early to rise, and you miss
the t rt of the day."
F an ,Lg Basketball 1,2,3 11, Track 2,3,b,
eball 1,2 ,bg Student Council Lg Badger Boys'
Shirley Ann Caldwell "Shirl"
'Ability and mirth, but best of all, pep."
Band l,2,3,hg Chorus l,2,3,hg Newspaper 2,3,h
Forensics l,2,3 hg Senior Class Play, Secretary lg
Vice-President ing Student Council President lr
Secretary 33 Annual Staff, Cheerleader 2,3,h
Badger Girls' State 35 DAR Award h
CLASS FLOWER..... ....RED ROSE
Lois Ione Ellings on
"Her courteous and pleasing manner will make
Forensics 2,3,h5 Senior Class Play
Transferred frmnSunPrairie High School Sopho-
more year. -
Roger Leslie Ellingson N5!Pi'Jx,,,r W Os'
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Football 1 2,hg Basketball l,2,35 Newspaper 3s
Levrellyn Dale Falk "Lev1ie"
"Good-natured, well-built, toog when it comes
to athletics he's sure to come through."
Chorus 1,23 Footba11l,2,3,7.L3 Basketball 1,2,3,hg
Track 1,2,3,hg Baseball l,2,3,hg President 35
Badger Boys' State 3
Robert George Frye W "Boop"
"An asset to our football team, this guy's al-
vrays on the beam."
Basketball l,2,3,h3 Baseball 1,2,3,h3 Track 1,2,
3,hg Football 1,2,3,hg Senior Class Play
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ass periods should be ten minutes long-five
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CLASS PRESIDENT . .... . . . .CHARLES JOHNSON
Richard Raymond Hons "Huntz"
"Bashful, 'til you know him."
Band lg Football l,2,3,h3 Basketball lg Track lg
Tra ed from Belmont High School.
les dwa J ohnsonpl V "Chuck"
"I cannot afford to waste my time making money."
Band l,2,3g Chorus 1,23 Baseball 15 Forensics lg
Senior Class Playg President h
?r:4F0Xe Johnson "Howie"
"Always on the run, this fellow has fun."
Chorus l,2- Football lg Ticket Manager bg News-
paper 2,3,fsg Student Council 113 Annual Staffg
Junior Red Cross 3
Aexangkm?-but we know him better."
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Theodore Junior Larson "Ted"
"Most great men are deadg I feel ill."
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Transferred from Lodi Hig U'uii0 iyear.
David John Mell jwwk 7VL+ "Dame"
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Diane Mae Mo
"The hair is the richest ornament of woman."
CLASS SECRETAFIU... RILEY
Bernard Mielke "Bernie"
'Nothing is more useful than silence."
Track lg Forensics 25 F.F.A. l,2,3,l4g Annual Staff
5 Chorus 1,2,3,hg Senior Class Playg
5 Cheerleader 2,3,hg llajorette 3,14
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Beverley June Paske J "Patske"
"She was a girl who did her own thinking, and
needed but little advice."
Chorus lg Senior Class Playg Annual Staff
Transferred from Madison East High School Sopho-
Sanford Arthur Reigstad "Sam"
"I don't say much, butIdo a lot of thinking."
Chorus lg Newspaper 33 Forensics lg Annual Staff
CLASS TREASURER. . . . . . . .ROGER ELLINGSON
Gerald Norman Nelson 000130
'Some men are big, some are smallg I'm just glad
to be here."
Football 1,2 3
ichae1 Rauls "Gil"
ff :Ky or not to work, that is the question."
Ch s l,2,3,h5 Football 3,145 Forensics 1,25 Sen-
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STUDENT COUNCIL REPRESENTATIVE. . . . . . . . .ROBERT SHOWERS
Kathleen Ann Riley "KH-UI?"
"Some seek love, some eek fame--I make a dash
I after both."
Band l,2,3,lt5 Chorus l,2,3,,-15 Newspaper 2,3,113
.Times Reporter 35 Forensics 23 Senior Class Playg
Secretary hg Student Council Vice-President U3
Audrey Luanne Rublee 'Luis'
'An artist must have two thingsg a steady hand
and a steady head." 5
Band l,2,3,h3 Chorus l,2,3 by Newspaper 13 Senior
- Class Playg Forensics 2,3113 Annual Staffg Junior
Red Cross h 3
Robert Arthur Showers "Epar"
'Lead me not into temptation, just showmewhere
Chorus 23 Football l,2,3,hg Basketball l,2,3,h3
Track l,2,3,hg Baseball l,2,3,hg Senior Class
Playg President 23 Student Council bg Boxing l
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1,2,3,ng Times Reporter 25 Forensics l,2,3,h3
Senior Class Playg Student Council Treasurer lg
Youth Conference 3 5 Annual Staff
SENIOR CLASS ADVISOR. . . . . . . . .MISS CLAIRE MULVEY
Ronald David Tenjum "GO0Seneck"
"She's gonna call on me next, what'll I say?"
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Ronald Charles Wil 1 ygyf r, "Ron"
'Why hurry, 1rhy'6or1'y---the world goes on the
Football 1,23 Boooban 1,2, 3,145 tude QAGQ1 1
ffgever o-Ann Yngsdahl "Bev"
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Senior Class Advisor
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D. Lerum, L. Schwebs, R. Cordes, S.
Kramer, D. Esse, J. Deets, J. Mabis,
P. Schnurbusch, B. Nelson, D. Thier,
K. Englesby, D. Showers, R. Savoy,
J. Ellingson, E. Kvalheim, P. Her-
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Caldwell, D. Bollig, P. Stiegman, J.
R. Cornell, L. Hahn, K. Gilbertson,
W. Wernick, L. Klahn, R. Klahn, R.
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D. Yngsdahl, R. Reddeman, G. Hersch-
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E. Quamme, D. Lange, S. Bork, J. Klahn,
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HOWARD JOHNSON MARY LOIS SKAAR
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Ann Mar' qeim, D- T Geb- M. Ripp, Coach Linda Busse, J. Zim-
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CLIMAX . . ........ ..... J UNIOR PROM
The poet says, nThe play's the thing-U
enior may We'11 remember them saying:
Miss Burgess CMary Lois Skaarl NLet me down! Let me downln
Mr. Carter CFrancis Brunsl NThis is no time for discussion.n
Jocko Guthrie CChuck Johnson, 'Do Lorry and I have many scenes together?'
Milton Saunders CWayne Manthel "I feel like Amos andAndy all rolled up in one."
Nancy Leveridge KBeverley Paskej 'I always do what my father says.n
Tony Peterson CDavid Hommanj NThere's nothing I like better than watching a
bunch of fool kids making bigger fools of themselves.n
Mr. Richard Leveridge CGi1bert Raulsl WExcited? Who's getting excited?W
Buck O'Hara fRobert Fnyel NI can't t-t-t-alk. Laryngitis, I think.n
Andrew Fulbright KRobert Showers? nThat settles it! You stay home and watch
Elsie Hunter CLuanne Rubleel nSou-r sto--machhhhhh.U
Janet Young CKath1een Rileyl nIsn't Mr. Carter the cutest thing?N
Kyle Roberts CBeverLy Yngsdahll nAre you a kleptomaniac, m good man?N
Sylvia Moore fDiane MoranJ WI could of done better when I was a freshman.'
Lorry Fuller CShir1ey Caldwellj 'oh--go jump in a lakeln
Joan whim fRuth Andersonb Hon boy! Just iike Garbo and Giiberw'
Miss Rivers CShirley Leatherberryl nl have no intention whatever of
Mrs. Young CMildred Fullerl nYou know I'm Janet's mother, don't you?n
Mrs. Green fCarol Eolligl nThat Lorry Fuller ought to be on the professional
Miss Moran CNancy Bakkel WI've never been so insulted in all my lifeln
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ASSISTANT DIRECTORS And 0116 man in his time plays many Parts,
O F F I C E R S
President .... .. .... Shirley Caldwell
Vice President .... .... Kathleen Riley
Secretary .... .... Ruth Anderson
Treasurer .... .......... .................................. Mary Lois Skaar
C L A S S R E P R E S E N T A T I V E S
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Junior Class Representative .....
Sophomore Class Representative ....
Freshmen Class Representative .... -.. . ..... ..
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Second Row: Mr. McLaughlin, J. Johnson, P. Herrin, D. Lang, Y. Popovich, L.
Grinde, C. Manthe, N. Swalheim, P. Schnurbusch, J. Wo1tman,43.Rauls, M. Hei-
aig, D. Thier, E. Neumann, K. Reidner, S. Keller, B. Kennedy, K. Ramminger
Third Row: Darlene Zingg, Janet Larson, L. Rublee, M. Skaar, M. Williamson,
J. Caldwell, M. Gebhard, J. Hamre, L. Eliefernicht, N. Schultz, S. Wendt,
E. Kvalheim, L. Anderson, P. Stiegman, L. Hanson, N. Lapp, N. Anderson, R.
Anderson, R. Herschleb, V. Steffenhagen
Fourth Row: B. Busse, G. Johnson, K. Kindschi, D. Haupt, J. Johnson, G. Lee,
M. Ripp, B. Morrison, S. Caldwell, D. Moran, B. Moran, A. Pitcel, N. Halverson,
K. Riley, N. Eakke, B. Johnson, Donna Jean Zingg
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EDITOR ......... ................. Kathleen Riley
SENIOR EDITORS ,....... ..... Ruth Anderson and Nancy Bakke
UNDERCLASSMEN EDITORS .... ...... Mildred Fuller and Bernie Mielke
ACTIVITIES EDITORS .... .... Luanne Rublee and Shirley Leatherberry
ATHLETICS EDITORS... .... Shirley Caldwell and Howard Johnson
BUSINESS MANAGERS... .... Francis Bruns and Bernie Mielke
PHOTO CHIEF .............. .... Ruth Herschleb
ART EDITOR AND SECRETARY .... ..................... Beverley Paske
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Teachers, "UghL back to school."
Students, "Ughl Ugh! back to school." We wel-
come our teachers, new and otherwise,
Hooray! National holiday--Labor Day.
Our first football game a win for us. We beat
Elected class officers and advisors.
Succumbed to Verona at Firemen's Park, 7-6.
Shirley Caldwell and Levrie Falk nominated for
Student Council President. The battle is on.
Phewl Campaigning is over--Elections count Shir-
ley as winner.
Romped over Waterloo here, 27-O.
Each class selected two representatives for can-
didates for Homecoming Queen. Seniors chose
Ruth Anderson and Kathy Rileyg Juniors, Carol
Manthe and Gwen Johnson, Sophomores, Lou Ann
Grinde and Beverly Beck, Freshmen, Lois Johnson
and Nona Lee Swalheim.
Gosh, tied Oregon, 6-6-after that swell intro-
ductory pep meeting the Sophs gave us.
Dr. Schindler told us how to live one hundred
years and be happy. Twenty forty'shere we come.
Fell to Sun Prairie to make their homecoming a
great success. Score, 20-O. Saw Ashley Memorial
National FFA Convention held at Kansas City.
We certainly admired the sombreros and cowboy
boots sported by Wayne Manthe, David Mell, David
Homman, Lawrence Kampen, and Allen Boyd. Lucky
kids got out of classes, too.
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party--showed nThe Iron Mann with Jeff Chandlerg
then had co munity singing and refreshments.
Played VeronaiJ1the evening--Lost 70-Sh. Christ-
mas vacation--NSanty Claus is Coming to Town.'
Mr. Meister took on an assistant coach today--
also a lot of Nribbingn about traveling in that
proverbial double harness.
Monday morning--back to school-furnace was on
the blink, remember????
Wwinter Wonderland,n Home Economics style show,
was given by the Junior and Senior girls.
Lost to Juneau, SO-33.
The student's nightmare-semester examinations--
Tried to clear the air by playing Marshall, but
los t, S8-ho.
Waunakee won, score, 7l-h8.
Furnace fluse burned out---n-o-o-o- school!!!
Played Cambridge. They won, 60-h7, but we had
fun at the juke box dance after the game.
Those long-awaited prizes for the magazine cam-
paign came and Wayne sported a new wrist watch.
Shirley Caldwell was named DAR representative by
popular vote of the Senior Class. Lost again--
this time to Deerfield, score, 70-56.
Newspaper staff ice skating party foiled by hSo
temperature. Danced, played basketball, and chat-
Senior NAggiesU attended Farm and Home Week con-
ference at the University.
Ho-hmmmm!!! Lost to Waterloo, 6h-53.
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gymrlth officers and advisors from 20 surround-
ing schools attending. Main speaker was Randall
Swanson, Safety Engineer at the College of Agri-
culture, University of Wisconsin, who talked on
the year' s plans for the chapter safety program.
Sophomore girls went to Oscar Mayer's and Gard-
ner Bakery. What awonderful 10 o'clock pastime.
Freshmen became a part of our student body--
"Greenies" turned white, sometimes red.
First Basketball game--lost'hoPoynette, S1-h6.
Senior play, "Curtain Going Up," a hilarious
affair. Funny, Francis Bruns getting romantic
with Mary Lois Skaar. Magazine campaign ended
with loads of winners: Don Reigel received the
radio, Kenny Gilbertson, the fish bowl remains,
Mr. Abraham, his teddy bear for advising the
seniors who had the greatest per capita sales.
One hundred per cent participation and reaching
of class goals gave everyone candy bars and
apples. Wayne Manthe was the school's high
salesman with total sales of 3172.00.
Mr. Kmel, an Egyptian speaker, visited our school.
He spoke and answered questions about his coun-
try. Beat Oregon in a non-conference game, hh-31.
Juniors chose their class rings.
Thanksgiving vacation with turkey, cranberries,
and pumpkin pie, y-rn-rn-rn-1
Decisively beaten by Waunakee, 66-28.
Sun Prairie played here. Enjoyed the all-school
dance after the game.
Fall Musicals was wonderful again this year.
Oregon played here--We lost, 61-hh.
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yellow envelopes came out for the first time
today. Wonder if Dad will let me go to the home-
comingpeprwlly tonight. Sure 'nuff-a wonder-
ful rally--snake dance, bonfire, cheering, sing-
ing, talks by the whole team and Eddie Fulton,
repatriated POW, and John Dittrick, University
of Wisconsin football player.
Beat Johnson Creek, 7-6. Dance at the gym was
a big success-Bob Gest's orchestra--Ruth Ander-
son chose Chuck Johnson as king--Court, Carol
Manthe and Carroll Mall, Gwen Johnson and Bob
Showers, Nona Lee Swalheim and Gordy Thurber.
Junior and Senior girls traveled to Madison to
attend the annual Career Day conference.
No school today while teachers go to Madison to
learn about Civil Defense. Spoiled Cambridge's
Beat new conference entrant, Juneau.
Played Poynette in an exhibition game. We won
in their first attempt at eleven-man football.
Carroll Mell, left end, was elected football
captain for '5h. "Beep" Frye, right half back,
was selected on the all-conference first team,
while Bob Showers, left tackle, Ed Busse, right
tackle, and Russ Karol, center, were chosen for
the all-conference second team.
Teachers traveled to Milwaukee for WEA conven-
tion. Oh, happy day--long weekend.
PTA Mixer. Parents find out what we have to
put up with and vice versus!1!!!
Magazine campaign opened today---school goal--
33,000-individual student goal--8l3.0h.
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bined southeastern district band.
Tobacco problems discussed and settled at the
"Tweet-Tweet"--dress up day in honor of the annual
"Twerp" season dance held after the game with
Teachers go to SWEA meeting and we enjoy ourselves .
Juniors heldabig session and chose Carroll Mell
as their Prom King. Juniors named for the Court
of Honor were: Gwen Johnson, Ruth Herschleb, Mary
Williamson, Jerry Manthe, Donald Bork, and Gordon
Home Forensic contest brought us two winne rs in
Annual Farmers' Institute was held at the school
gym and in the evening we gota good start on our
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League Forensic Contest was held at Sun Prairie
and we collected lO of the lb A ratings given.
"Jubilee" singers entertained us at awell-received
all-school assembly program sixth hour.
Ruth Herschleb was chosen new office girl, while
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Gordy Thurber and Jerry Manthe the Boys' State at
Seniors' treat, "The Invisible Agent," intrigued
the teachers. With eyes in the back of their head,
what else do they want?
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A speaker from Japan entranced us today with his
stories of his homeland.
Band solo and ensemble tourney
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Juniors begn draping for the Prom
Big night---the Junior Prom. King Carroll "ell
and Queen Carol Manthe reigned in spite of "April
Spring musical starred all the winners of the solo
Oh , what fun--band tournament--it should have been
on a school day.
Groanl Final exams and we near the end Juniors
held their picnic at Vilas Park in the afternoon
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Baccalaureate--but we didn't know tmis graduating
would bring a lump to our throats
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Seniors went to Devil's Lake State Park and we did
have such a wonderful time.
New alumni honored guests at the annual Alumni Ban
quet. Farewell to thee our Alma Mater We'll miss
our carefree days with you. We thank you for the
big fun-loving, hard-working part you have played
in our lives. We'll be back to see you next year
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