Union Free High School - Terrace Memories Yearbook (De Forest, WI)
- Class of 1956
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Union Free High School
De Forest , Wisconsin
His strength has made us strong.
His confidence has rendered us confident.
His honor has compelled our honesty.
His devotion has inspired our devotion.
Strength, confidence , honor, devotion-
These things he gave to us.
These things we take with us, and so
RICHARD vr. usrsnza,
A teacher who has truly dedicated himself
Leaving, we proudly dedicate our yearbook
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OFFICE BOY TICKET MANAGER
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DAR WINNER HOMEMAKER OF TOHORRUH
Dorothy Caldwell Jane Williamson
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High Magazine Salesman
Jim Belda, Ron Daentl
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State Music Wlnners
Dorothy Haupt, Jerome
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Barbara Nelson, Donna new
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State Forensic Winner
Red Cross Delegates
Joanne Robarge, Lois
Arlen Chester Anderson "Archie"
When fun and duty meet,
Let duty take defeat.
Transferred from Gays Mills High School, Sophomore year.
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David Erik Aspnes "Dave"
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Why speak of love when there is work to be done?
Band 1,2,3,hg Boys' Chorus 1,2,3,hg Mixed Chorus 1,2,3,hg
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Track 3 ll' FoFoAo 1
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Harold Duane Bortz "Hat"
Early to bed . . . this morning.
Football 3, D-Club 3
'Fish' Dorothy Jane Caldwell 3
Keen sense, common sense,
And always ro m for nonsense.
Secretary 23 Student Council hs Band 1,2,3,hQ Girls'
Chorus 1,2,3,hj Mixed Chorus 1,2,3,hj Pep Band 3,h3
Forensics 1,2,3,hg Senior Play bg Annual Staff hs News-
paper 2,3,h3 Homecoming Court hi Governor's Youth Con-
ference 33 DAR Award hs Citizenship Award 2
James William Boyd 'grim
I may be quiet, but I'm not shy
When you get to know me, I'm a regular guy.
Football ls Track 3,h3 F.F.A. l,2,3,h
HBenW Ronald slie Daentl
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Student Council 33 Football 1,2,3,h5 D-Club hg Annual 1
Stafflg F.F.A. l,2,3,hj F.F.A. Vice-President hs Badger
Boys' State 33 Prom King 3
Ronald Edwin Ellingson WRonn
A smile for every boy3
Two for every girl.
President 33 Vice-President 23 Football 13 Basketball
1,2,3,bj D-Club 3,bj Forensics 33 Annual Staff hi Prom
Court 3, Citizenship Award.3
'Erick Donald Keith Erickson
In my desk my books do lie,
They are at rest and so am I
Football 1,2,3,u3 D-Club 3,h3 F.F.A. 1,2,3
Errol Joel Erstaciflb ' "Einar"
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He'd rather hug a football than anything else-
Well, almost arvthing else.
Vice-President 35 Student Council Vice-President kg
Football l,2,3,hg Football Captain lag All-Conference bg
Track 2,l4g Basketball 2 3,lsg D-Club 2,3,hg Forensics 1,
2,3,hg Homecoming King in
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'Darien Dgrgisi Falkenstein
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Annual Staff M3 Forensics iz in I r h 1'
'Honest George' George Allen Grinde
'It is the quiet people who are thinking."
Band l,2,3,hg Forensics 1,25 Anrual sEff1133ff,,SJ
V A ead with the disposition of an angel.
t is like the moong
v A Felland "Bev"
Sec ry-Treasurerlg Student Council Secretary L13 Band
1,2, ,hy Girls' Chorus 2,3,hg Mixed Chorus 2,3,hg Pep
Band 2,3,hg Forensics l,2,3 hs 'Senior Play hg Annual
Staff bg Newspaper Staff 2,3115 Prom Court 33 Homeccxning
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JoAnn Teresa Gulvick, 'Josie'
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The vacation Part of itgjp 911- My
"Al" Albert Fredrick Haack
Girls are a waste of time 5
But time is cheap.
Secretary 115 Football l,2,3,115 All-Conference 115 Track 35
Baseball 35 D-Club 3,145 Prom Court 35 Forensics 14
Lal e X 0111 "Vonnie"
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r be ' is always seen.
Gi o 25 d orus 25 Freshman Play Coach 3,115
A 155 N s per S1-,aff 3,14
"Nancy" Nancy Joan Hanson
A quiet lass intent upon work.
Forensics 145 Annual Staff 14
Dorothy Helen Haupt WHauptW
Hidden in the chambers of her personality,
Are hidden treasure chests of friendship.
Band 2,3,h- Girls' Chorus l,2,3,hg Mixed Chorus 1,2,3,hg
PepBand3,L3 Forensics l,2,3,hg SeniorPlQyb5 Newspaper
Staff 3,213 Annual Staff bg Governor's Youth Conference 3
NJeanN Jean Louise Helgeson
Though silent by nature
Her ambitions are many.
Band 23 Forensics l,2,3,Lg Annual Staff D
Beverly Jean Hoffland 'HuffW
I'm not quiet,
Just ask me.
Band l,2,3,hg Pep Band 3,145 Forensics 33 Annual Staff bg
Newspaper 3 ,bg Senior Play lg
'BetsyW Bette Lou Johnson
Her good nature is contagious.
Band 1,2,3,hgGir1s'Chorus1 2,3 A e orusl,2,3,bg
Forensics lg Freshman Play ' P WL
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Rugkell Herbert Karol WRUSSN
Men of few words,
Are the best men.
Vice-President bg Treasurer 35 Football l 2 ,3 ,bg All-Con-
ference 2,3,hg Basketbal1J4 Baseball l,Lg D-Club 2,3,h3
F.F.A. 15 Sentinel lg Annual Staff Editorh
She speaks not to say something,
But because she has something to say.
Transferred from East High School, Sophomore year.
Girls' Chorus 1,23 Mixedxpgiboms l?2g Prom Court 3
I'm glad my school 'Daze' arewover.
School looks inviting . . . from the outside.
Sandra Mae Keller
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Nancy Lou Carol Lapp "Nans"
Worry and I have never met.
Girls' Chorus l,2,3,lLg Mixed Chorus l,2,3,7-13 Senior Play
hg Freshman Play Coach 3 3 Annual Staff 11
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I. 1 , Lois Lsrson
Lawrence Lyle Hanthe "Larry"
Teachers think I am so svreetg
They always want me in the front seat.
Band 1,2,3,l15Boys' Chorus l,2,3,hg llixed Chorusl,2,3,hg
Football Manager lg Forensics 1,25 Senior Play 145 F.F.A.
Bernard Andrew Mayr
Kenneth Robert Hell "Doc"
Bluff will take the place of brains ,
If you have enough brains to bluff.
Band l,2,3,hg Pep Band 2,3,h3 Bays' Chorus bg Mixed
Chorus kg Forensics 2,3,h3 Senior Play hy Freshman
Play Coach F I. Staff 145 Newspaper Staff
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"Geri" 'X 'MV ' '-fy gprfefieve Larraine Hiller
Agreeable and hap
Transferred from Stoughto High School, Junior year.
Band 1,33 Pep Band 1,23 F.H.A. 1,25 G.A.A. 1,2,3
Rose Alyce Paskey 'Rosie'
Her eyes speak when her lips do not.
Student Council hy Forensics 2,3,hg Annual Staff Lg Prom
Queen 33 Ticket Manager h
"Saboo" James Denial .Savoy
The combined qualities of a man and an athlete.
President lg Student Council l,2,hg Student Council
Treasurerh Bo s' Chorus 1 2,3,h Mixed Chorus l,2,3,h3
l y 9
Bootball l,,2, 3,113 All-Conference,hg Basketball 1,2,3,hg
D-Club 2,3.hg Forensics 35 Senior Play hg Office Boy L
Ruth Scheffler "Ruthy"
She has a way of her own.
Transferred from Verona High School, Junior year.
Senior Play 115 Annual Staff hg Red Cross Representative 3
"Desc" Richard Terrance Sietsema
My 1ra,y's more fun. ,ga
Why follow the rules?
Transferred from Edgemont High , South Dakota ,Junior year.
Vice-President 23 Treasurer 115 Band l,2,3,115 Boys' Chorus
3,115 Mixed Chorus 3,115 Foowll l,2,3 115 Basketball Man-
ager 14, Track l,2,3,145J 'Qlubj 2,33,L', enior P1ay!2 113
Annual Staff 11 Un 1,1 mo array' 40,6 ,jx
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Sharon Ann lli an if for A in "Sherry"
She looks like an angel and acts like one too,
But you never can tell what an angel will do.
Transferred from East High School, Junior year.
Band 3,115 Band Librarian 1g3 Senior Play 115 Homecoming
Queen 153 Homecoming Court 35 Majorette 3,14
'Smitty' Ronald Fred Smith
Life is nothing but a game of basketball,
With time out for girls and dancing.
President 25 Student Council President 113 Student Council
35 Boys' Chorus l,2,3,115 Mixed Chorus 1,2,3,115 Football
Hana er2 14' Basketballl 2 3,11 Baseball 14' D Club 2,3,115
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Foo-onsioo'1:35 Senior P1a.y115 Annual Staff115 Badger Boys'
State 33 Prom Court 35 Citizenship Award 1
Eleanor Anettie Thiele "El"
A cute secretary she will be,
Sitting on the boss' knee.
Freshman Play Coach 3,145 Annual Staff 115 Newspaper 3,11
"Stieg" Jerome Rodney Stiegman
The right honorable 'gentlemen is indebted to his mem-
ory for his jests and to his imagination for his facts .
Transferred from East High School , Sophomore year.
President 115 Band 155 Mixed Chorus 1 2,3,115 Boys' Chorus
1,2,3,u, Pep Band ug Forensics 2,3,145 Senior Play 11
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Dwain Carl Thier "Dwain"
Well, he's always out nights.
Band 15 F.F.A. 1,2,3,h
nDickn Richard otto Wendt
To work or not to work,
That is the question.
Boys' Chorus 15 Mixed Chorus 1
Sharon Lou Wendt Hshadv
Full of humor, wit, and fun,
Laughs along with everyone.
Band 2,3,b5 Pep Band 3,145 Girls' Chorus 2,3,h5 Mixed
Cnorus 2,3,l1g Senior Play bg Freshman Play Coach 25
Annual Staff 115 Newspaper Staff 2,35
"Itiy" Jane Ellen Williamson
Generally speaking a1roman's . . . generally speaking.
Secretary 35 Band l,2,3,h5 Girls' Chorus l,2,3,h5 Mixed
Chorus l,2,3,h5 Pep Band 3,113 Forensics l,2,3,h5 Ser1ior
Play L5 Freshman Play Coach 2,3 ,145 Annual Staff 1.15 News-
paper Staff 3,115 Editor M5 Badger Girls' State 3
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President. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Jerome Stiegman Treasurer. . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Richard Sietsema
Vice President. . . . . . . .Russell Karon Student Council Delagate . . . .Errol Erstad
Secretary. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Albert Haack Senior Class Advisor. . . . . . . . .Miss Mulvey
Senior Class Motto. . . . . ."No Gain Without Pain"
Class Color. . . . . .Blue and White
Flower. 0 0 Q Q smite Rose
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Julie Butler KSharon Sullivanl "'I don'tthinkmy knees are knobby. Look, they're
not a bit knobby."
Doug Butler CRon Smith, "...and one guy askedme "There's just one thing I wanta
know-who has the babies in your house?"
Dr. Ann Butler CJane Williamsonl 'Shut up! You-qyou fugitive from a mustachel'
Tom Butler CJerome StiegmanQ UPewaflame-Blow it out.'
Mrs. Hanson fRuth Schefflerl 'He's probably the only man in the world with a
chance of becoming Mother of the Year!"
Hank Steincke CDick Sietsmal WDo you think I'm lovable?'
Warren CJim Savoyj nJu1ie1 Is that ou?'
Sergeant Lutzfelder CLarry Enthes g'5u'd make someone a darn good wife."
Mrs. Cranfield CNancy LappJ "She was canning beans and they popped."
Mrs. Ames KBeverly Hofflandl 'I forgot to pluck this morning.W
Pat Flanagan CSharon Wendt! "You know, that Hank person is kind of cute. He
reminds me of nv cooker spaniel."
Mrs. Norris lLou Ann Grindel "You're much too busy to waste time on an old
Miss Osborne ZDorothy Caldvrelll "We had a nice long talk about vacuum cleaners
and noodle factories.n
Calvin Pepper Cffenneth Mellj "Did I lose something? Oh there she is."
Cynthia Lewis CDorothy Hauptl WUh, an apple a da-aaayln
We'll remember them saying
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Wi1bur's Wild Night
Coach: Darlene Zingg
J. As nes K. Schwebs D. Nicholls,
S. Anderson, S. Rosenbezwry, J. Grinde,
R. Leverentz, D. Knudtson
Coach: Nona Lee Swalheim
M. Helgeson, J. Anderson, J. Riley,
M. Guelzolr, W. Ellingson, H. Elling-
son, K. Lange, J. Hahn, J. Lapp
Coach: Jane Williamson
T. McConnell, S. Wilson, D. Herlrig
Marv Happy Returns
Coach: Eleanor Thiele
R. Haupt, R. Ihland, D. llanthe, R.
Halsor, G. Knudtson, J. Hebel, H. Her-
vrig, ll. Sullivan
Coach: Janice I-Iamre
D. Kar-ow, N. Harvey, G. Scheffler,
J. Grinde, J. Manthe
Uncle Tom's Crabbin'
Coach: Nelda Midthun
P. Sorenson, S. Offerdahl, J. Hahn,
J. llanthe, T. Herrin, B. Noltemeyer,
D. Herwig, S. Hamre, H. Sullivan
Coach: Bette Johnson
C. Quamme, K. Krinkey, R. Bollig, B
Bliese, D. Jensen, S. Weichmann, H
Fog in the Valley
Coach: Joanne Robarge
D. Weichman, M. Herwig, J. Bruns, D.
Manthe, G. Eroen, D. Cleven
Battle of the Budget
Coach: La Vonne Hanson
D. Tenjum, D. Schleif, J. Manthe, L.
Anderson, J. Ulvestad, B. Manthe, L.
Kaseman, R. Ward
Our Ztlaarcaddm en
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Front Row: M. Helgeson, J. Aspnes, D. Cleven, D. Knudtson, R. Ward, S. Hamre,
H. Karow, R. Bollig, T. Herrin, D. Herlrig
Second Row: L. Kaseman, D. Karow, D. Tenjum, H. Ellingson, I. Noltemeyer, U.
Ellingson, D. Manthe, S. Anderson, J. Knudtson
Third Row: D. Manthe, G. Eroen, R. Haupt, J. Lapp, P. Sorenson, G. Scheffler,
D. Schleif, W. Bliese, K. Krinkey, T. McConnell
The freshman class elected as their officers: President, Nancy Harvey, Vice-
P id t Russell Haupt' Secretary-Treasurer, Diane leichmang and Student Council
Representative , Donald Manthe. Miss Schneider was our class advisor.
Our freshman initiation was something we'll never forget. After we were
through with our initiation stunts there was dancing for everyone.
Freshman plays were a joy and .4 headache-all nine of them. I think every-
one will agree that now that they are over, they certainly were
Shirley Wilson represented our class at Marshall in the League contest in
The only letter in sports given to a freshman was that received by Russell
Haupt who earned it in basketball.
llary Sullivan and Nancy Harvey represented our class as cheerleaders.
We are eagerly looking forward to being sophomores next year.
Front Row: J. Hahn, K. Scnwebs, S. Wilson, J. Manthe, D. Jensen, L. Anderson,
D. Weichman, M. Sullivan
Second Row: Miss Schneider, advisor, B. Manthe, J. Hebel, S. Rosenberry, J.
Hahn, D. Nicholls, S. Weichmann, C. Schultz 1
Third Row: R. Halsor, J. Ulvestad, M. Guelzow, C. Quamme, J. Bruns, M. Herwig
Top Row: K. Lange, N. Harvey, J. Grinde, R. Ihland, J. Offer-dahl, J. Anderson,
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Front Row: N. Showers, J. Leatherberry, A. Rauls, J. Tolley, J. Tveit, L.
Haakenson, D. Darmnen
Second Row: N. Midthun, B. Bredesen, A. Thomas, A. Brede on, D. Keegan, A.
Gullickson, J. Martinson
Third Row: C. Bookhout, S. Grinde, L. Nelson, M. Kilen, M. Paske, H. Grob, S.
Top Row: Y. Dunbrook, K. Schiltz, J. Moe, J. Mabis
Now at last we have arrived at the stage when we are no longer called "green."
We enjoyed initiation of the freshmen this year, since we were the ones to tell
them how to dress and how to act.
Sophomore class officers for the yearwere: President, Howard Haack, Vice-
President, Raymond Mantheg and Secretary-Treasurer, Harry Cleven. Richard Smith
was our Student Council Representative, and Mr. Meister was our class advisor.
Diane Keegan, Nelda Midthun, Wilbur Reigel, Raymond Manthe, Howard Haack,
Harry Cleven, and Carol Bookhout represented our class in the League forensic
Sharron Grinde was our only cheerleader.
Howard Haack, James Johnston, Richard H-amre, andwilbur Reigel allwon leb-
ters in football.
le have reached the half-way mark and are waiting for next year when we
will be upperclassmen.
Front Row: F. Sherman, J. Swenson, W. Noltemeyer, G. Brey, J. Haug, D. Manthe,
R. Ramminger, R. Riedner, W. Knudtson
Second Row: Mr. Meister, advisor, R. Hamre, J. Rice, H. Cleven, W. Reigel, R.
Emerson, C. Johnson, T. Gullickson
Third Row: J. Johnson,J. Johnston, R. Brown, D. Yngsdahl, J. Moran, R. Manthe
J. Gest, L. Anthon
Top Row: H. Haack, M. Kaseman, R. Bliefernicht, D. Spahn, G. Steimke, H. Abra-
ham, C. Haug, K. Newell
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Front Row: B. Busse, J Jfeichmann, K. Englesby, R. Feddeman, F. Harvey, P. Moran,
D. Showers, G. Ellingson, K. Gilbertson, G. Herschleb, R. Klahn, D. Kvalo
Second Row: Mr. Reif, Advisor, J. Baerwolf, W. Wernick, S. Kramer, J. Klahn,
T. Gebhard, A. Rortvedt, R. Ulvestad, J. Mabis, R. Ellingson
Third Row: N. Bortz, R. Savoy, R. Cordes, L. Schwebs, D. Yngsdahl, D. Savoy,
L. Klahn, D. Esse, K. Krueger, F. Leverentz, R. Thurber
Well believe it or not, we are at last upperclassxnen. Our class officers
for the year were: President, Kenneth Gilbertson, Vice-President, Reubben Red-
deman, Secretary, Elaine Quamme, Treasurer, Clarence Busse, andStudent Council
Representative, Gerald Weichmann. Our class advisors were Mrs. Meister and Mr.
Our class rings arrived and brought with them great commotion. Naturally,
we think ours are much prettier than any of the rest.
Our forensic winners were: Lois Johnson, Nona Lee Swalheim, Barbara Nel-
son, Keith Englesby, and Fredric Leverentz. The Red Cross representatives this
year were: Lois Johnson, Joanne Robarge, Karen Riedner, and JoAnn Johnson.
All of the FFA officers were Juniors. Kenneth Gilbertson was President,
Glenn Herschleb, Treasurer, Lloyd Klahn, Sentinel, Reubben Reddeman, Student
Coumcil Representative, and Reporter, Clarence Busse.
David Kvalowas the school's outstanding magazine campaigner. Darla Thier,
Patricia Herrin, and Nona Lee Swalheim were cheerleaders.
Gerald Ellingson, Gerald Weichmann, Keith Englesby, and Phillip Horan won
letters this year in basketball. Football letters were won by Keith Englesby,
Gerald Ellingson, Darrell Showers, Gerald Weichmann, Kenneth Gilbertson, Reubben
Reddeman, and Clarence Busse.
Front Row: M. Schrader, B. Nelson, L. Johnson, J. Johnson, K. Riedner, M. Hei-
sig, B. Busse, L. Anderson
Second Ron: M. Ripp, J. Zirnbrick, J. Hamre, J. Woltman, C. Hanson, V. Steffen-
Third Row: N. Swalheim, S. Bork, P. Stiegman, K. Ramminger, Mrs. Meister, advisor
Top Rom P. Herrin, E. Quamme, J. Robarge, D. Bollig, D. Thier, C. Rauls, D.
Zingg, D. Zingg, J. Caldwell
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representative 5 Errol Erstad, senior representative, Miss llulvey, advi-
sorg James Savoy, office boy
Front Row: Rose Paskey, ticket manager, Dorothy Caldwell, publications
representative 5 Reubben Reddeman, FFA representative 3 Francis Harvey,
honor memberg Gerald leichmann, Junior representative
Standing: Ronald Smith, president. Seated: Lou Ann Grinde, music rep-
resentative and secretary.
This year's campaign for Student Council President was a very hard-
fought battle. Ron Smith won byanarrow margin of three votes over Keith
One of the Council's first duties was to organize the Homecoming cele-
bration followed all too soonby the school Christmas party which featured
group singing, the movie, 'State Fair", and refreshments.
A new project this year which the Council set up was the designing
and selling of a school pennant. A competitive contest was held with all
students eligible to submit pennant plans. Dorothy Caldwell was selected
The sale of milk, the promotion of recreational dancing, andthe select-
ing of candidates for citizenship awards are regular yearly activities.
The Student Council is the most active organization in school.
Seated: J. Johnson, S. Grinde, K. Mell, D. Haupt, B. Hoffland, D. Caldwell,
M. Schrader, D. Bollig
Standing: S. Bork, D. Zingg, D. Zingg, V. Steffenhagen, E. Thiele, L. Hanson,
J. Woltman, N. Swalheim, E. Quamme, L. Jonnson, K. Krueger, L. Schwebs, K.
Ramminger, Mrs. Martin
Standing: J. Caldwell, L. Anderson, P. Herrin, D. Yngsdahl, D. Emerson
Seated: Mr. Fowler, J. Robarge, F. Levferentz, J.Wi11ianson, H. Cleven, W. Reizzel.
K. Riedner, L. Grinde
Standing: Ron Daentl, Ron Smith, Athletic Editors, Arlen Anderson, Business
Manager, Ron Ellingson, Art Editor, George Grinde, Publications Editor, Rose
Paskey, Urganizations Editor, Lavonne Hanson, Snapshot Editor, Eleanor Thiele,
Jean Helgeson, Underclassmen Editors, Doris Falkenstein, Freshman Activities
Editor, Ruth Scheffler, Faculty Editor, Nancy Hanson, Organizations Editor,
Mrs. Martin, Advisor
Seated: Lou Ann Grinde, Senior Activities Editor, KenMell, Music Editor, Doro-
thy Haupt, Senior Editor, Russ Karon, Editor-in-Chief, Beverly Hoffland, Sen-
ior Activities Editor, Dorothy Caldwell, Music Editor, Jane Williamson, Honors
Editor, Sharon Wendt, Senior Editor
N0n.0r-iginal and Original Oratory Lois Johnson, Nelda Midthun-11-H, Coach:
Howard Haackl-, Keith Englesby, Coach: Mrs. Meister
Mr. Stalder, Harry Cleven-N-, Absent
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Extemporaenous Speaking -FH? District winners
Wilbur Reigel, Coach: Miss Mulvey, -rs-ze-as State winners
Extemporaneous 8: Interpretive Reading
Serious and Humorous Declamation Jane Williamson-N-, Coach: Miss Schnei-
Coach: Miss Mulvey, Diane Keegan-H, der, Carol Bookhout-lf, Nona Lee Swal..
Coach: Mrs. Caskey, Je1'OI21e 511981118-T1"i'H', heim, Shirley Wilsons:-as Coach: Mrs.
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F. F. A.
The Future Farmers of America is a national organization for boys enrolled
in vocational agriculture. The primary aim of the organization is the develop-
ment of agricultural leadership, co-operation, and citizenship.
The De Forest chapter was active inthe FFA public speaking and quartet con-
test. The quartet consisted of Howard Abraham, James Baerlrolf, Glenn Herschleb,
and Reubben Reddeman. They placed first at the District contest and represented
De Forest at the sectional contest at Jefferson. Ray Hanthe was De Forest's
contribution to the public speaking section. His topic was "The Dilema of the
American Farmer." The De Forest chapter received a chapter honor award and had
two official delegates at the State Convention held at Green Lake. Two of the
FFA members received theWisconsin Famer degree in 1955. They were Allen Rauls
and Orine Ulvestad.
The parent and son night is the highlight of the FFA local program, when
awards of recognition are given to members for their accomplishment in their
Officers of the organization were: James Belda, Presidentg Ron Daentl, Vice-
Presidentg Kenneth Gilbertson, Secretaryg Glenn Herschleb, Treasurerg Lloyd
Klahn, Sentinelg Clarence Busse, Reporterg and Reubben Reddeman, Student Coun-
eil representative. Mr. Abraham is advisor of the group.
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Zingg Alto Saxoghones L. Schwebs K. R nger J. Moe
Heisig F. H ey -me 'K. Krueger M. Schrader M. Kaseman
Thomas J. Caldwell J. Baervrolf
Sorenson D. Yngsdahl Flutes V. Steffenhagen Percussion
Wilson M. Brey B. Hoff and S. Linde P. Moran as
Brey G. Grinde K. Schvrebs K. Englesby
Nelson Tenor Saxoghones S. Wendt J. Hahn N. Swalheim
Wilson K. Mell -I' P. Stiegnan D. Yngsdahl D. Emerson
Rauls D. Thier M. Paske K. Newell J. Anderson
Farnswo N. Midthun J . Mabis D. Ellingson
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De Forest, who enjoyedanall-athletic renaissance this year, ran offwith the
ladison Szburban conference track and field meet title at Breese Stevens field,
scoring a total of 69 points. De Forest's closest competitor scored hl 112
Three new schools, lilton Union, Evansville, and Lake llills, will join the
loop this spring which will bring increased competition when De Forest goes
back to defend its title. Freshmen scored 31 points for the Little Norweigians
in the 69-point total, while the senior classmen accounted for 23 lf? points.
De Forest had the only double winner in A1 Rauls, an all-around athlete. Al
won the half mile :Ln 2:l9.8 and had an 18.6 in the 120 yard high hurdles.
Jerry llanthe won the mile with a hs58.3 and his brother, Ray, was second in
the same event.
Jin Johnston won the 100 yard dash in ll seconds flat and also anchored the
relay team to victory. Howie Haack won the 200 yard low hurdles.
Other De Forest entrants were: 220 yard dash-Dick Sietsema, second, M10-
Butch Busse, second, Jerry Ellingson, fourth, Iilbur Reigel, fifth, high jump-
Jerry Ellingson, fourth, broad Jump--Jim Johnston, fourth, pole vault-Jim Slen-
son, second, Don Reigel, third, Carroll Ilell, fifth, shot put-Dave Ihland,
fourth, discus--Gordy Thurber, fourth, A1 Rauls, fifth, 880-Dick Hamre, fourth,
and 880 yard relay CDon Bork, Howard Haack, Dick Sietsema, and Jim Johnstonj
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