Union High School - Arrow Yearbook (Wisconsin Dells, WI)

 - Class of 1958

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' L ' J ARROW some of the important events of the year. 5? Q75 Q. F I , To help you to remember familiar scenes, to meei gain th? 623 J friends you knew, and to recall some of the things you we hazii C Y 5 7 prepared for you the WD Album of Songs for 1958. - Q A K. ffm ,CQ V, J n I V3 ,A '- L,--L' 1 ' -A OJTUJ g 'lf af-fUfVVQ 4-pimp' .l ,ff 4 I wwf sl if 3 as ,fa QC .Xu t vm .. I Lt 150 J ff ' G' 1 'rg WUMJHUH Npbn MU AQ 1 117W 'Q' x U67 I R ff 'H "' 7? ,J g. ' f , . . 241 f" , ' , ' . u1,. -i,-,E bg A4 ,, A -"""l H IRE: X 'T.E:l:.1-V, 1 . f , ' " 9. F .J .YLL ,- . ' ' ' L .Fx , .1 L f Q MUUP.,-gafljglh U JK LMW J Mmm 1 VL 6 W M , fn Wy V .1 .1 2 ' , 0 W fly X 1 uk' ' 2 .. " ' ' a , Vw ,Q L w 42136, ' My if Nufra VA NM' Aylirk Wy' A JI' I 'Y bf A 1 , ,, , .fp QV: M WWA 2 1 V- WV " 'fa VM Q N Dedication 'T:- fZ'i'. Y ,1.-.- i.iLa-as-'iiitxxlivm 1. J' :lf 4. . nf V 'T i W -v . . , W , i-'lf vm me fl +343 'I-up J Q .7 . 4 my ,if v ,ik ' -.4.'.": ,, - r 4:-I, 1 . i . 'gpg'-,-.' 1:-'1':,'!A.5. .- .::i,, -g"Lf14r.'f'-. :QQ ., -I Y' , v, -' tt.-.g:-w ' gx He, 11- Robert W. Fenske Superintendent of Schools In appreciation of his sincere interest in the welfare of each one of us and his untiring efforts to provide for us the best of educational facili- ties, we gratefully dedicate the 1958 ARROW to our Superintendent of Schools, Mr. Robert W. Fenske. 5 6 HROBERT W. FENSKE p nntendent of Schools .S. Claire State College ' M . niversity of Wisconsin I ' yK 2-Q Administration FREDERICK C. REINEKING Principal B.A. Lakeland College M.A. University of Wisconsin I llimll vfg Magi 'TIIIHI W' ' I L I i ' . , A nil" . ' mr ' A rillusif if Q ' ' ' Board of Education The Board of Education is made up of a group of civic-minded men who give much of their time and know ledge to the regulation of affairs relating to the schools of the city. Their main purpose is to provide better schools for the young people of our community, and we are most grateful to this group for what they have done for us. LEFT TO RIGHT: H. Radlund, L. Rockoff, E. O'Conne1l, F. Reineking. The office in the moming. Reynolds, M. Tofson, R. Fenske, T. Crist, Jr., A. Crothers, R 'S-5-D., 'L . .1--' " ,,:wmV,,,v, " r. - - ' .0 .1 . ..', nl BARBARA KOBERSTEIN ' Office Secretary 7 Our Facult 4:3 It's 8 a.m. and here comes Mr. Lucke. Mr. Skarda "Out of the halls, kiddies." I I I ' l 1 ' f 1 ss , Miss Heaps and her Chevrolet. l , fl 4 1 1 9 u , 1 Mr. Weigel plans his day. Mr. Natter and Mr. McDonald in conference , I I, J u .'.' L J' LJ6- 1'I I+ " , II ,QA-I .V I I I ,J I1 I I,1 "Im VII 4 C--. , , ..f.I. we 1 ...I --I I, I4 1 J I AI, II I W. I il 4 Ii l L' VI MU I I I I XI I9 I I 1- 1 v if MH I I I JIM . U ,I I .S-: Si ' FM J ,. J., . Y,J,Il, I X ' V' J. I J ' ' 1. 1 ' ii , 3 Ia, ,Il I ,- , ffm- LL-", if 6' '."'5-I I' .fn 151- Y . AS 1 I, 1' BLLJ4-Q'-5' ' wr . 'E Q ci? "iff ' ik I I .I 5 49453, ' E -NQ1 1 A .I ive , I J 'tml I '71 . ', i , I, I ,I it I I X ,fpv-'I f V' ,-' X. x f 6 ,rf ', .JV ,ff , , , f' ROBERT BRIMER "You Showed Me The Wayl' Stout State College B.S. Industrial Artsg Math- ematicsg Visual Aidsg Assistant Basketball Coachg Golf Coachg Sophomore Class Ad- visor. PATRICIA BUSS "Learning My Latin" Rosary College B.A. Lating Englishg Dra- maticsg Senior Class Advisor. JAMES A "Tra EME RIT . D mp! ! The 81' wp. .. .. -........,Qr viso fi X Xb sf -5 ELMER C. ENZ "Music Maestro , Please" Ithaca Collegeg University of Wisconsin B.S. Instrumental Musicg Bandg Freshman Class Advisor. WILLIAM H. FITZPATRICK "Wizard of M" Ripon College Ph.B. Biologyg Genera Scienceg Studen Coun- cil Advisor. P HAROLD C. FREID "The United States V Marines Hymn" Luther College B.A. Mathematicsg Camera Clubg Senior Class Advisorg Annual. , I RQ ' - .' -V Y! . lf' xx f EDWARD CROSSHUESCH "Transfusion" Lakeland Collegeg of Wisconsin Social Problemsg Driver , Educationg Freshrrnan Class Aqdvisor. v , , N, ,D ,L M ,ff ffk W fffffflu J! U MXL f' K ' nfq 1 ,- .ff 1 N 1' MARJORIE I-IEAPS "Five feet two, eyes of blue" Oshkosh State College B.S. Englishg Citizenshipg Newspaperg Junior . Class Adviso '6"'f. ffl! Vyilpffn I waxy ga -x GERALDINE KELLY "Sing,You Sinners" University of Minnesota B.S. Vocal Music 3 Chorus. SHIRLEY KNAUF RICHARD T. LUCKE KEITH H. McDONALD "Sidewalks of NewYork" "Dreamer's Holiday" "ML Touchdown" Wheaton Colleige B.S. University of Rigon College A.B. Physical Educationg Pep Notre Dame A.B.5 American I-listoryg . flu? GQAS Ef,3fe'L1 EE?T"1S5ate,i31?Ee E'5'1'1i?SE?KbQEh1emc ea ers- res an ass g IS ' ve u - e ' J Advisorl. dong Debateg Forensicsg Coachg Sienior Class 'fi X, Senior Class Advisor. ' Advisor. 3, I r - Q, fi ,fjjjwgi 2 if 5 " ' 'K A fu ' S, 5 MQ, wi JW' dl Q! I 1 'f 5 'N . 'lf N wdllyf f 11s cl ,I '-is J X tits ELIZABETH 'X "Around the 80 ays D ORPHA REIFSTECK "An Angel Passed By" Western Illinois State B.S. xg - Civicsg Geographyg PSY xx Basketball Coachg As- Annual, sistant Football Coachg l Class Baseball Coachg Sopho- QD Xl W College B.S . Bookkeepingg Typing, Organization Accountant Ziaffbwf ,wry , DONALD A. SKARDA MARCELLA SLOCUM "Robin Hood" "It's in the Book" Wisconsin State Col- University of Wisconsin lege B.S3 University of B.S. Wisconsin M.S. Algebrag Chemistryg Guidance Directorg Junior Class Advisor . YNX FRANK D. WEIGEL Xl "How You Gonna Keep 'E Down on e Plattevi e t 1- lege . 5 Uni ity of W' ons' '- Ca In- tute of hnologyg General ctric ri ture 3 Physicsg G n ral Scienceg FFA3 J 'or Class Advisor. Fgllo 'p 12 JANET WINN "If I'd Known You Were Coming, I'd Have Baked a Cake" Stout State College B.S. Homemakingg FHA5 Junior Class Advisor. I. Xian: fan S' jwvvqz . ,, , :-f. -N- . 1 'QQ k.-,.,. ,- - . .,. N w ,- 4,3 ,f-"f" .. if I , 5.-I I If I f .ni 1 3- " h I Kwvuvh ..! rm 'AE ., .J , 1 w - , T 'af . gf 1 C 9 ' ""-' - 4 f ' -Eg g' . . F . W-EN-.,,,v 1, ti: , ,,., V J '5j.l11i! i??: 1 " , 7' J Q52 . A Ax, ..., - V, r ji , ,, if' -.wk gxhwzz :Ti fe' v, in N.. ' ,ff ' ' ,. " N, ..,-. g,L, 5 PAT ABEL ' "A quiet, pretty lass She's a credit to our class." LOIS ADAMS "Full of pep, full of fun She 's well liked by everyone." JAMES S. ANCHOR "He knows girls everywhere In various high schools here and there." HELEN L. ANDERSON "She is both jolly and kind The sort of girl we like to End." ffiy if ' ji, f KAREN M. ANDERSON ' ' Q rylfh "When frm and mischief are in the a.ir,'X' 1 rl Y Tx Look for Karen -- she 's there somewhere." Zyl 3 L . PHILLIP L. ANDERSON "Happy go-lucky and carefree Nothing ever bothers me." GJ wlwggsssltwpwfw WNW RITA BEGHIN "An enthusiastic little girl Her life is just one merry whirl." GARY BOOTH "Never a care, never in a. hurry Just one girl is his main worry." W mx if "A quiet girl with not much to say, But we like her just that way." NELA DAI-ll. "Her fate is undecided But her love is undivided." E MARY DONNELLY "Here is a girl with the heart and smile To make this life very worthwhile. fi f n w KATHERINE DOUGHERTY "Latin is a language that never ought to I First it killed the Romans, now it 's killi me." 'wr-an 'Adhd ITA BOOTH M "Why should I study all my f ji When I can be someone 's wife." DARRATH ANN BROKER ,J , "A pretty girl with dark bro yi? ,4-144:22 r - P we W ,Eggs W is The White House is my home The President is just renting it." MARY DIANNE BRUNO "A really nice gal who is lots of fun She has a. smile for everyone." FLORENCE E. EGGE "Dark brown hair, shining eyes Merry humor, she 's 21 prize." JAMES ELLIOTT "1t is better to sleep in class Tha? waste a perfectly good night. 0, X, JSM-Y M If A ii W M EDWARD "And stil ie wonder grows :md grows How he remembers all he knows." DEL EVERSON "Del and his car are quite a pair You are apt to find them anywhere rv-f I DIANE M. FISCHER "An angel I was cut out to be But something diverted me ." LA VERN J. FISHER "Books upon my desk have lain Teachers' efforts are all in vain." JOAN A. FOSS "No matter what the situation She 's always pleasant in disposition." WILLIAM FOOTE "He doesn't break the rules - But he bends them quite a little." s ROGER GRUMAN "When he becomes renowned among men We can say 'We knew him back when."' BETTY MARIE GUDENSCHWAGER "Sometimes quiet, ometimes gay But we like he ju that way." jf ' x f MW rxq ueen 3. the disc S' ' o ntod ege I 1 NINA HECOCK "If Nina could have her way She would be dancing night and day ROSE HEIDEL "I am small and I am wise I am a tenor for my size." GLEN HEIDTKE "The Prom King in our junior year He has queens both far and near." ' GERALD L. HENRY "He may seem quiet, but none the less I-Ie 's not so slow, we must confess MARL R. KI "Late h re no good for one Fine But the a two." ml ldv U D E. KLEIN J I n ace photographer is our Dick When he 's around, there 's a Bash and a ALS lickon DERICK ' 'J t e n fa gal u o d e pal." neral eaking 64 WJ Y GERODT She is gener ly spealzingf' D97 av-95' MARY ANN l-IODGE "A good girl, a good friend A good worker to the end." J DONALD s 1 R 'W "From his r c r you ,anse lv An exceflfei mfigfge ' bex." , 'Q Uv S , V I, N A E M A I CAROLYN D. JANSEN . nA rea11Y nice gal who is lots of f She has a smile for everyone." RICHARD KELLY "The president of our senior class A handsome lad for any lass." - 0' .9- A -55 r KX .0 e comes to us from Oxford High VILLIAM MANTI-IEY, JR. H And all too soon we will say 'Good-bye'." DON MARTIN "Slender and tall Well liked by all." J ULLOUGH " i date at all t ca qual football." Y LMRD ' fuj " y am -- from care I am free P if1ren'g gy all content like lineal-PV 22 l li ll'le I O ff' W ttf O ,NN KW, A ' W l X P5 11 f X GIEN MOON "He has no time for girls or fame Getting his diploma is his aim." MARY L. MOSSHOLDER "She is small and not very tall I And we can't help liking her best of all." WILLLAM MURRAY "He comes and goes without muchhaste And thinks school is rather a waste." ELIZABETH G. NELSON "Not bold, nor shy, nor short, nor tall, But a pleasant mingling of them all." DARLENE. B. NICKEL K "P2PPY and say I ' , 1 ' In a very nice way." jglf f J A xx VV! ' ! f Z , " rf' qu! . SANDRA NIEBUHR U 'Q "Laughing eyes and pre a li M We think she's a girl beyp Lcongp IFVL fw- Lf DEAN O'NEIL "Girls may come and girls may go And I'll be right behind them." DONALD PHILLIPS "Not too serious, not too gay An all-aroupbd sgort in every way." 'K xl e-61 TPCLCQC 47- U y ,4,.4'.,.44efMf7 CSL! I A I Ldv: ,f-6411.-1 ,, .gf XV 7' Ffycf fl' ff-1,4 4. 7' 'W 'I ,Cam ri Z J V f MZ! . Zmfgif' Q 'J f-WOW f ,www SHIRLEE PHILLIPS "With grace and precision she twirls the baton Leading the band as it marches on." GARY RAY "Who will entertain the student body-- After I am gone." MARY ELLEN RYAN "Her friendly manner, charm, and grace Will win her friends in any place. MIKE RYAN "To draw is his obsession It could be his profession." TIM RYAN "Many his friend and none his foe He is a boy we are proud to know." ELDORA MARIE MARY SAVAGE "To all she will lend a helping hand As a friend, we think she is grand." "Pete is as full of fun and glee As any boy could ever be." Ill PETER SMITH W TERRY STEVENS "He is very good in lots of ways, But playing his sax will win him praise." x MM ff! 2 DIANE C. STIEVE "A ready smile and a happy laugh Makes sunshine follow in her path." PATRICIA SWANSBY "I depend upon my personal charm Too much studying would do me harm PATRICIA H. TAYLOR "Neat in work and in her looks She learns a lot from all her books." FRANK TRELINSKI "It is hardbeing this good I do not like doing what Ishou1d." NORMAN WREZENSKI "Fellow classmates, please take note Best of all Norm likes his boat." RICHARD J. ZAMZOW "With his car and a cup full of gas He burns up the road and fast." Rr UIQNZ fliwt-lim Mb luxalv Anim. Xi-Se. Uno mwwz. fldwvmvfg- "I-Iere's a girl with a heart and smile To make this life worthwhile." DOROTHY ELLEN ZEITZ WILLIAM STANTON "His little green Ford is Bill's delight Y0u'11 find him in it day and night." U3 5 AL PATRICIA TRUMBLE Y "During the day if with mi With no schoo r she goes Q," each - , .lf , SW-' Ml .ff 1, 1 , , f . lf 'MII UID? DO EYH e owshisf ' f1:omAtoZ ' -' Anda Vezyguo farmer he will be iff VOL,-,vx I' Q It-Qfx.. fj 1 f f 6519 VERYLVIEYH "Oh! for vacation With no meditation." GAIL WICKUS "She has thrown tradition all askew She has brains and beauty too." EF, PAT ABEL Transferred from West High School, Madison. FHA 3,45 Pep Club 3,45 Chorus 3,4. LOIS E. ADAMS GAA l,2,3,45 Pep Club l,2,3,45 Annual 45 Class Treasurer 35 Homecoming Court 15 Cheerleader 2. JAMES S. ANCHOR Basketball 1,2,3,45 Track l,2,3,45 Football l,2,3,45 Key Club 2,3,45 Chorus 3,45 W.D. Club 2,3,45 School Play 35 Class President 25 Student Council 2. HELEN L. ANDERSON Pep Club 2,3,45 FHA 3,45 School Daze 3. KAREN M. ANDERSON Pep Club l,2,3,45 School Play 3,45 Band 1,2,3,45 Dance Band 2,35 Chorus 3,45 Class Secretary 25 Majorette 45 GAA 4. PHILLIP L. ANDERSON Football 1,2,35 Basketball 1,2,35 Track 1,25 W.D. Club 2,3,45 Projectionist Club 4. RITA BEGHDL GAA 1,2,3,45 Pep Club 1,2,3,45 Band 1,2,3,45 School Daze 45 School Play 3,45 Chorus 15 Annual Staff 45 Homecoming Court 35 Prom Queen 3. GARY BOOTH Class President 15 Band 1,2,35 Chorus 3,45 Football 1,2,3,4. JUANITA BOOTH GAA 1,2,3,45 Pep Club 2,3,45 Chorus 15253545 Dance Band 35 School Play 35 School Daze 3,45 Band 1,2,3,4. DARRATH ANN BROKER GAA 1,25 Pep Club 1,2,3,45 Forensics 2,3,45 School Daze 2,35 School Play 35 Projectionist Club 35 Band 1,2,3,45 Chorus 1,2,35 Class Secretary 3. BILL BROWN Forensics 45 Debate 3,45 Student Council 35 Key Club 2,3,45 School Play 35 Badger Boys State 35 Annual 45 Class Vice-President 45 Student Council 3. MARY DIANNE BRUNO Transferred from St. Mary's High School, Waterloo, Iowa,3. GAA 3,45 Chorus 45 Pep Club 4. EVELYN CARTER GAA 1,2,3,45 Chorus 2. NELA DAI-IL GAA 1,2,35 Pep Club 1,2,3,45 School Daze 2,3,45 School Play 25 Projectionist Club 35 Band 2. MARY DONNELLY Pep Club 45 FHA 1,2,3,45 Band 1,2,35 Chorus 1,2,3,4. KATHERINE DOUGHERTY GAA 1,2,3,45 Pep Club 1,2,3,45 School Play 2,45 Band 1,2,3,45 Chorus 1,2,3,4. FLORENCE E EGGE ' Chorus 1,2,3,45 FHA 3,45 Pep Club 45 Camera Club 25 Librarians Club 2. JAMES ELLIOTT . FFA 1,25 Camera Club 35 Forensics 45 Debate 45 W.D. Club 3,45 Chorus 45 Projectionist Club 35 Band 2,3,45 Dance Band 45 Football 15 Basketball 1,25 Track 15 Baseball 1,2,3,45 Volleyball 3,45 School Play 4. EDWARD ENZ Class President 35 Student Council 35 Key Club 2,3,45 Band 1,2,3,45 Dance Band 2,45 Band Council 15 Senior Activities Annual 4. DEL EVERSON School Play 1,2,3,45 Football 1,25 Baseball 1,2. DIANE M. FISCHER GAA 1,2,35 Pep Club 1,2,3,45 Projectionist Club 3. LA VERN J. FISHER FFA 1,2,3,45 Camera Club 2,35 W.D. Club 2,3,45 Projectionist Club 3,45 Football 1,25 Baseball l,2,3,45 Track 1. JOAN A. FOSS GAA 1,2,3,45 Pep Club 3,45 Chorus 1,2,3,4. BILL FOOTE Transferred from Beaver Dam High School 4. Chorus 4 OLIVE GABRIS Transferred from Portage High School 4. JUDITH GAFFNEY Transferred from Cambria High School 3. Pep Club 3,45 Armual 4. SANDRA GAFFNEY GAA 1,2,3,45 Pep Club 1,2,3,45 Librarian Club 45 Band 1,25 Chorus 1,2,3,4. SANDY GAVINSKI Band 1,25 GAA 1,2,3,45 Pep Club 1,2,3,45 School Daze 1,25 Projectionist 25 Cheerleader 2,3,45 Annual 45 Homecoming Court 25 Prom Court 1. ROGER GRUMAN Forensics 3,45 Debate l,2,3,45 School Daze 3,45 W.D. Club 2,3,45 School Play 1,2,45 Football 1,25 Basket- ball 2,3,45 Track 1,2,45 Baseball 35 Annual 4. BETTY GUDENSCHWA GER GAA 1,2,3,45 School Daze 3,45 School Play 3,45 Chorus 1,2,3,4. MARION HACKER Band 1,2,35 GAA 1,2,3,45 Chorus 1,2,3,45 Pep Club 1,2,3,45 School Play 35 Band Council 35 School Daze 3,45 Cheerleader 2,3,45 Forensics 4. NANCY HAFERMAN Chorus 1,2,3,45 Pep Club 3,45 GAA 35 School Daze 35 Librarian Club 25 School Play 3,4. DAVID HAGEN FFA 1,2,3,45 Camera Club 1,2. GERTRUDE HAJEK Camera Club 1,25 School Play 3,4. KENNETH HARRISON W.D. Club 2,3,45 School Play 35 Chorus 3,45 Football 1,2,3,45 Basketball 1,2,3,45 Track 1,2,3,4. MARY HAYNES GAA 1,2,35 Forensics 25 School Daze 35 Librarian Club 25 Projectionist Club 35 Pep Club 1,2,3,45 Annual 4. NINA HECOCK GAA 1,2,3,45 School Play 35 Band l,2,3,45 Chorus 1. ROSE HEIDEL GAA 2,3,45 Class Secretary 15 Student Council 15 School Daze 35 School Play 35 Chorus 35 Forensics 15 Prom Queen 3. GLEN HEIDTKE W. D. Club 3,45 Football 1,2,3,45 Basketball 1,25 Homecoming Court 35 Prom King 3. GERALD L. HENRY Camera Club 15 Projectionist Club 4. Senior Activities xx 1 MARY ANN HODGE Band 1,2,3,45 Dance Band 3,45 Debate 45 Forensics 45 Camera Club 25 GAA 2,3,45 Pep Club 3,45 School Play 4. DONALD S. HUBER FFA 1,2,3,45 Band 1,2,35 Camera Club 2,35 School Play 35 Projectionist Club 35 Forensics 2. CAROLYN D. JANSEN Chorus 15 Pep Club 2,3,45 Librarian Club 4. RICI-LARD KELLY Camera Club 1,25 Debate 2,3,45 Key Club 2,3,45 School Play 3,45 Band 15 Chorus 3,45 Class President 45 Student Council 4. MARLENE R. KIMBALL GAA 1,45 Pep Club 1,2,3,45 Band 2,3,45 Chorus 15 Class Secretary 4. RICHARD E. KLEIN Camera Club 3,45 W.D. Club 2,3,45 Football 1,2,3,45 Basketball Manager- 25 School Daze 45 Annual 4. DARLENE G. KODERICK FHA 15 Band 1,25 Chorus 15 Pep Club 1. JUDY M. LUETTGERODT Pep Club 35 School Daze 1,2,3,45 Student Council 35 Band 1,2,3,45 Band Council 15 Dance Band 45 Class Secretary 15 Annual 45 Prom Court 3. WILLIAM MANTHEY, Jr. Transferred hom Oxford High School 4. Baseball 45 Track 4. DON MARTIN Football 1,25 Football Manager 35 Baseball Manager 25 W.D. Club5 Volleyball 1,2,3,4. WILLIAM McCU1.LOUGH Camera Club 3,45 W.D. Club 3,45 Football 1,2,3,45 Baseball 1,2,3,4. ANNA MILLARD GAA 15 School Daze 3. MARY L. MOSSHOLDER Pep Club 3,45 FHA 3,45 GAA 3. ELIZABETH G. NELSON GAA 1,25 Pep Club 1,2,3,45 FHA 1,2,3,4. DARLENE B. NICKEL Pep Club 1,2,3,45 FHA 1,25 Chorus 1,45 Band 1,25 School Daze 4. . SANDRA NIEBUHR GAA 3,45 Class Treasurer 25 Pep Club 1,2,3,45 School Daze 45 Student Council 25 School Play 3,45 Band 1,2,3,45 Band Council 25 Chorus 1,2,3,45 Dance Band 1,2,3,4. DEAN O'NEIL Basketball 1,2,3,45 Track 1,2,3,45 Football 1,2,3,45 W.D. Club 1,2,3,45 School Play 35 Camera Club 3,45 Key Club 253,45 Annual 4. DONALD PHILLIPS FFA 2,3,45 Camera Club 25 School Play 3. Sl-IIRLEE PHILLIPS GAA 1,2,3,45 Pep Club 1,2,3,45 Camera Club 1,25 School Play 35 Band 1,2,3,45 Twirler 1,2,3,4. GARY RAY School Daze 35 Key Club 2,3,45 School Play 3,45 Track 2,45 Debate 4. MARY ELLEN RYAN GAA 1,2,3,45 Pep Club 1,2,3,45 Librarian Club 25 Chorus 1,25 Forensics 1. MICHAEL RYAN Class Vice-President 15 Student Council 15 W.D. Club 1,2,3,45 School Play 35 Chorus 3,45 Football 1,2,3,45 Track 1,2,3,45 Basketball 1,2. TIMOTHY RYAN Key Club 3,45 W.D. Club 1,2,3,45 School Play 3,45 Chorus 3,45 Football 1,2,3,45 Basketball 1,2,3,45 Track 1,25 Baseball 35 Class Vice-President 25 Class Vice- President 35 Student Council 253. ELDORA MARIE MARY SAVAGE FHA 1,2,3,45 Chorus 15 Forensics 2,3,45 School Play 35 Annual 4. PETER SMITH Track 2,45 School Play 2,3545 Debate 4. TERRY STEVENS Band 1,2,3,45 Dance Band 1,2,3,45 Band Council 2,3,45 Chorus 3,45 Track 3,4. DIANE C. STIEVE FHA 1,2,3,45 School Daze 2,35 School Play 35 Chorus 1,2,3,4., PATRICIA SWANSBY GAA 1,2,3,45 Pep Club 1,2,3,45 School Daze 45 Librarian Club 45 Band 2. PATRICLA H. TAYLOR FHA 2,3,45 GAA 1,25 Camera Club 1,2,35 Librarians Club 3,4. PATRICIA TRIJMBLE Pep Club 1,2,3,45 Chorus 15 Annual 4. ELDON WEYH FFA 1,2,3,45 Band 15 Chorus 45 School Play 3,4. VERYL WEYH FFA 1,2,3,45 Camera Club 2. GAIL WICKUS Class Treasurer 15 GAA 1,2,3,45 Pep Club 1,2,3,45 Forensics 2,3545 Student Council 15 School Play 3,45 Band 2,35 Chorus 1,2,3,45 Projectionist Club 35 Annual 4. NORMAN WREZENSKI Football 25 Baseball 1,2. RICHARD J. ZAMZOW Football 1,25 Basketball 1,25 Baseball 15 W.D. Club 45 Golf 4. DOROTHY ELLEN ZEITZ Chorus 1,3,4. N I- ma.:-3.3 rj ' 1 ' W WG.:- ' Q hc' fr. M. Ryan and N. Haferman Star on the stage. SENIOR CLASS OFFICERS LEFT to RIGHT: B. Brown, Vice- Presidentg D. Huber, Student Council, D. Kelly, President, K. Dougherty, Treasurer, M. Hodge, Student Council, M. Kimball, Secretary. Ei v. 1-Qjji, 'nd ui..-A Q-+P ,f- V Y. 1 .-' , V, "'r ' ,,4 ' , 1. - avi a- , V3 L Ltr, J, P Trumble ace shorthand D Huber excels 1n Ag T. Stevens and his sax. , k ,.,.X,' . WVARA. Q -W X ,. , . . I ok N ' 1' W A 9' U YN , ' " "l'l'.-im. '1' - ' 1, my 1 ' I Y Y -V Y dr,-WA--- --F' ' Nvuj .. , Y, .- Il H tx J-Ji? iVJA,f3',!. I fi - P 1 H+ , ,- . .W K ' f qlcojpf, My f-Q YJ-Nj-fb.,-W ' ,Y J- - "' Ijff-nav" ' ' NK 5 K l F , 'J 1 ' r, A .1-X47 . fl Ujlilmyv , ...- 11 Qfl S4 Juniors I T K CLASS OFFICERS LEFT TO RIGHT: S. Duris, Treasurer, L. McNutt, Student Council, D. McC1yman, Student Council, K. Fedderly, Vice-President, D. Krause, President, P. Stukel, Secretary. ' BOTTOM ROW: V. Harrison, P. Anderson, K. Fedderly, S. Bremer, S. Duris, D. Clark, D. Hagen. ROW 2: R. Galitz, J. Graff, D. Bennett, L. Hansen, K. Foster, E. Fish. ROW 3: W. Beard, J. Hames, D. Blatchley, S. Cook, T. Cleary, M. Cook, D. Goodhue. ROW 4: R. Buckminister, P. Cleary, G. Eckert, J. Gaffney, P. Harding, R. Beghin. ' 28 Juniors BOTTOM ROW: A. Lewis, M. Leng, G. Horton, V. I-Iickethier, L. McNut:t, D. Mossholder, L. Hudzinski. ROW 2: A. Miner, C. Joyce, B. Nagel, J. Houghton, N. Holden, B. Millard. ROW 3: L. Langer, R. Huston, D. Jacobson, D. Krause, E. Heidtke, P. Hemming, J. I-Iindes. ROW 4: S. Luke, J. Jax, J. Malloy, R. Newell, D. McC1yman, J. Nelson, G. Licitar, P. Medo. BOTTOM ROW: K. Peterson, J. Svejcar, B. Thomas, P. Stukel, Mary Roney, M. Roney, M. Wenkman. ROW 2: C. Schulz, B. Radloff, J. Whipp, B. Stanwyck, E. Thomas, S. Wabshagain, B. 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V ,ka , y b QQA if X ' 1' fi' ' if Dm wg' 1' ' - A - ' x I X. , Q r ' R , Qgiilugf vf- A I l 1 gn ' I x1 " ' 'M' .Q "4 ' 9' 'fE:k-jg I 7131 K 1 44 V ., i4.gy:::::i,,?fg3j.!:gib-i A-F A ld I - -' '1 .1 , 1, 1'.?:..'i: Y ' g , -- M ,mf PM , A ' YQ, We 1' :Q wb N Il - J affix 1 H ' '- , 0 , V 5,537-'A I A 1 w4..-.' ' ., -e 1.-2 .D - , awp' : a . K 1" L , . f,. I. v 41 ign- f A Anzq, I ' 5 rl" 1' ..,.- .A-xx, Lg.. K. 31 Underclassmen Spend a Busy Day , 1fnf,f U3 xlffr L I P.-. ,fr .KV - -mga. A, I 2 ' P - I A 1. fri- - am- - '-'D f Wi Q My I. if .. W' '1 W . ,, 1 lil- , X, ,X-F '- 5 xt., , v ,A 3 SQL 44-' , lx 1 xX 1 -sm, 1 " ' 7-3133 ,-1 395141 Annual Staff ,V I t , n 7 3 .J ui ' 9 SEATED: J. Gaffney, J. Houghton, L. I-Iudzinski, P. Trumble, L. Adams, S. Gavinski, R. Beghin. STANDING: D. O'Nei1, D. Klein, D. Everson, R. Gruman, M. Ryan, G. Wickus, J. Luettgerodt, Mrs. Plenke, E. Savage, B. Brown, G. Ray, E. Enz. Not shown, Sandy Bremer. 44736, H,-Y , J, 7 V it A ,sfvffaeafnq r ..-. A , v " ei., '. i "Will we ever meet our deadline! " Taking ,, T A Y ' 43' f pictures, laying out pages, writing articles, typing vi- r ,.,, ,. ,, S75 copy--all this goes into the meeting of each dead- 5' W 4' ' ' ' i ' line. The members of the staff, under the direction " H vi Y V 3 D 1 ' L of Bill Brown, editor, Gail Wickus, assistant editor, I L, i and Mrs. Plenke, advisor, have given up much of their p time to make this year's Arrow an interesting book. 'u , A great deal of credit should be given to Dick Klein, f .X - 1 ' D who is responsible for most of the photography in the I Q K P, X A Vzrn g- book. i f it . i. s f s i f a i . . s ' 'fa 4 if 15" r .nr --- - 3 , X915 ' . E . Our Photographer, Dick Klein 36 Camera Club BOTTOM ROW: D. Steinhorst, D. Krause, T. Reynolds, A. Lewis, M. Leng, B. Thomas, W. Millard, D. O'Nei1, D. Klein. ROW 2: T. Backhaus, D. Tofson, M. Van Duren, P. Ramer, J. Nelson, M. Roney, L. LaMar, A. Peters ROW 3: E. Schleef, P. Gregerson, S. Smith, R. Sus, C. Beahm, T. Gussel, B. Henricks, G. Albertson, Mr. Fried. ROW 4: B. Heineke, D. Wright, J. Ives, D. Goodhue, K. Whiting, B. Thomas, D. Nelson, M. Hanson, J. Hodge. ROW 5: L. Dahl, C. Colburn, H. Heidtke, P. Cone, D. Olson, J. Walch, D. Wampler, D. Marsich, W. Abel. k - -- ilf.- .-- Te- -.F--1 ,re-. .-..--trcf, -- ?- , - -F ,Q x ' V ' 'Everybody smile!" Click! And another club picture or team picture or personality shot has been taken by a member of the Camera Club. The members ofthis club have made a real contribution to our school through the pictures they take of all school activities. The purpose of the club is to provide experience in photography so that by gaining knowledge and understanding of the procedures in taking pictures, developing them, and printing them, the student might add to his enjoyment of this very interesting hobby. 2 E CLUB OFFICERS Tom Reynolds, Vice -President, Bev Thomas, Secretary-Treasurer, Dick Klein, President. Debate SEATED: J. Wright, A. Brown, M. Hodge, L. Everson, A. McMillan, M. Bogh, G. Ray. STA G: . L cke, R. Gruman, J. Elliot, BS-Smith, W. Gaffney, B. Brown, D. Kelly, W. Millard. I . X- S4 X f" ' ' ' A. xi' p , . S ' X r X B K Q ' .iaj V B ' N- -XT ' J Ag - ' . NW - , A Jw." R V x Y I ...Y f N X S 'L N 5- 3 . . '."f ,L E ig. SENIOR DEBATERS: R. Gruman, D. Kelly, B. Brown. iffpgjfffy 0' " ved tha .S. e ic aid es b it t chnical as ' n and as ief" 's year's d r osition. Fro t e gro who reporte o d ate this fall a ate team consisting? eixters, two af- firmative and two ne ti e, ebated this question. Any stgdent ' ter in eo troversy, in learning to thi and s , inlggining poise and confidence is d omeputffor debate. f If Cf 38 xv 1 if f ef 'fn Forensics 'WI-L' SEATED: L. Everson, A. McMillan, M. Bogh, E Savage, A Brown, P Dougherty STANDING G W1C1Cl1S, Mr Lucke, J. Elliot, E. Cole, R. Gruman, M. Van Duren Expression, diction, and action mainly are stressed in the practice for forensics. In addi- tion, the person engaged in forensic work some times, as in declamations, lives the part of an- other, he must have the ability to act. Foren- sics is a s eech activit includin such hases P of speech as declamations, interpretative read- ing, extemporaneous reading, extemporaneous speaking, and oratory. Under the direction of Mr. Lucke, the forensic program is one of the most valuable activities in our school because the participants derive a long-lasting benefit from their work, which may well prove invalu- able in later life. -... ,,....f , ' J,-,, M c - ef rife!! Future Farmers of America BOTTOM ROW: Mr. Weigel, V. Amith, R. Wormet, D. Phi1lips,.R. Sus, D. Huber, K. Huber,,P. Savage, G. Mackesey, D. Griffin. ROW 2: D. Goodhue, S. Anderson, B. Weidling, J. Nelson, L. Keen, D. Harding, P. Gregerson, T. Clealry, M. Cook, L. Musiedlak. ROW 3: C. Englebretson, J. Stanke, D. Rogge, R. Wright, D. Weiss, S. Cook, G. Licitar,,V. Weyh, J. Hindes, G. Eckert, R. King: ROW 4: S. Luke, W. Dunahee, R. Langer, M. Goetz, P. Griffin, H. Siese, S. Dunahee, E. Weyh, L. Fisher, Ha en. J f.W W The Future ,Farmers of America are receiving training every day to become more efficient farmers and the farm leaders of tomorrow--not only in their own community, but throughout the state and nation These boys, under the direction of Mr. Weigel, learn through experience as well as through books. The club sends delegates to the leadership training meet- ings, the FFA State Convention, the state judging contests at the University of Wisconsin, and to speaking contests, OFFICERS R. Wright, Secretary, D. Phillips, Vice President, T. Cleary, Treasurer, D. Huber, President. 40 Future Homemakers of America BOTTOM ROW: Mrs. Winn, P. Taylor, M. Walker, F. Egge, E. Nelson, P. Abel, E. Savage, M. Donnelly, P. Joyce. ROW 2: S. Lonetree, L. Sandberg, M. Hanson, D. Stieve, K. Klicko, P. North, M. Morello, P. Smith. ROW 3: V. Bates, M. Svejcar, D. Nelson, J. Gay, M. Mossholder, H. Greiner, D. Bennett, V. Jacobson, A. Retzlaff. ROW 4: C. Krenz, D. Goodhue, E. Platt, J.bLanger,' ' . Green, S. Jerome, K. Donnelly, R. Cook, I . . . ,X 3 N3 V D Wormet,P Sandberg X3 X ii , QR if ' 'ing ' ENB Cx I Fi "May we live up to our motto in making con- Q? mix, tributions to our home, our school, and communityyi 1ife!" 'X 3 , Q The FHA motto "Toward New Horizons" ex- Y X5 presses the purpose of the organization-learning to xl live better today in order that our lives and those of tr, our families may be better tomorrow. The program as carried out under the direction of Mrs. Winn, helps each individual girl to show growth through planned experiences in the area in which she has her Ut greatest need. A degree program allows for club members to gain recognition for this growth. One of the most popular events of the year is the banquet at which members of FHA, in coopera- tion with the members of FFA , entertain their par- ents. . 41 QF OFFICERS J. Svejcar, Vice President, P. Joyce, Treasurer, E. Nelson, President, F. Egge, Secretary. G. A. A. il BOTTOM ROW: G. Wickus, M. Wenkman, P. Stukel, S. Phillips, Miss Knauf, M. Kimball, P. Swansby, S. Gaffney, B. Gudenschwager. ROW 2: S. Peters, J. Kaminski, C. Krenz, P. Sandberg, M. Stanton, P. Wolfram, J. Schanke, M. Hodge, J. Foss. ROW 3: K. Fedderly, S. Bremer, G. Miner, S. Lonetree, P. Priester, G. Roeker, H. Wimmer, J. Hoesly, J. Peterson. ROW 4: J. Hodge, M. Hansen, C. Farrell, S. Kohl, M. Morello, R. Murray, P. North, A. Lewis, M. Waterman. ROW 5: L. Hudzinski, K. Rachuy, M. Roney, N. Holden, D. Mossholder, B. Nagel, B. Stanwyck, L. McNutt, M. Roney, S. Joyce. President - Mary, Ryan Vice-President - Karen Peterson Secretary - Sandra Neibuhr Treasurer - Judy Houghton g ..4-Parr: , Q BOTTOM ROW: P. Anderson, E. Carter, K. Peterson, J. Houghton, M. Ryan, S. Neibuhr, D. Bennett, K. Foster. ROW 2: M. Green, N. Hecock, N. Booth, C. Burris, B. Greyslak, P. Bohlinger, K. Cone, J. Hays. ROW 3: M. Bruno, L. Adams, R. Beghin, D. Hagan, I.. Hansen, E. Fish, D. Brousil, H.'Foss. ROW 4: K. Dougherty, N. Haferman, A. Hickethier, A. Brown, S. Penske, J. Gay, J. Georgeson, S. Field, D. Harrison. ROW 5: S. Gavin- ski, K. Anderson, V. Harrison, K. Fedderly, S. Bremer, S. Duris, L. Everson, B. Cary. 42 Key Club -ri Ji' ,-. f'.-may . -me "' 74" MJT v r iii-i5t.KT7"m ,Daw B6 SEATED: B. Brown, R. Wright, D. McC1yrnan, A. Peters, V. Van Duren, R. Kelly, G. Ray, T. Ryan. STANDING: E. Enz, G. Schulz, J. Jax, R. Stowers, D. O'Nei1, D. Krause, J. Anchor, Mr. Reineking. "Leadership, scholarship, courtesy, integ- rity ! " These are the qualities upon which membership in the International Key Club are based. Membership is limited to 18 boys, and it is a distinct honor to be voted a member of the club. The primary purpose of the club is service to the school and community--and throughout the year, under the direction of Mr. Reineking, the activities of the club are directed toward fulfilling that purpose. Following are some of the activities of the club: lt annually awards a scholarship of 3100 to further the education of a senior boy or girl. The members helped with the drive to secure blood donors. The club sponsored Blue-White Day which is held on the day that Baraboo plays basketball on the WD court. On the night of our Open House the club presented each member of the faculty with a corsage or boutonniere. Piaigi -.... f. H i --am, --2-Hr--F M . .. . 1 t . ' I 3,-4. Y ' V. -, jr. , , Y , 'f4r-?,:': - Q 1 1 W 1 OFFICERS E. Enz, Secretaryg B. Brown, President, D. 0'Neil, Vice President, J. Anchor, Treasurer. Librarian Club BOTTOM ROW: Mrs. Slocum, C. Jansen, P. Stukel, B. Nagel, K. Foster, B. Doud, K. Donnelly, R. Cook. ROW 2: C. Schulz, P. Swansby, D. Mossholder, K. Peterson, S. Gaffney, E. Fish, P. Taylori Y Librarians Pat Swansby and Bonnie Doud check out book to R. Cook. 1 --"ffl . l ' i ' yi .it X - ' X Q '1 .' ' A "Can you help me find a book about vocations? This is the sort of question the members of the Li- brarians Club are asked every day, and they are al- ways ready to help the student body. ln addition to helping schoolmates locate materials, they charge out books, arrange library shelves, and keep the library in good working order. The librarians, under the direction of Mrs. Slocum, make a real contri- bution to our school. Pep Club BOTTOM ROW: S. Duris, S. Bremer, K. Federly, P. Anderson, R. Beghin, Miss Knauf, L. Adams, K. Anderson, S. Gavinski, C. Sumwalt. ROW 2: H. Foss, A. Retzlaff, L. Krueger, C. Krenz, P. Sandberg, M. Stanton, P. Wolfram, J. Schanke, K. Cone, P. Bohlinger, P. Ramer. ROW 3: S. Field, A. Brown, S. Fenske, G. Miner, M. Roney, G. Roeker, M. Waterman, H. Wimmer, D. Brousil, M. Bruce. ROW 4: D. Hagen, L. Everson, C. Farrell, C. Burris, M Walker, M. Morello, R. Murray, B. Siese, S. Joyce, L. Peterson, D. Bennett. ROW 5: P. Stukel,,K. Rachuy, M. Roney, B. Stanwyck, L. McNutt, M. Roney, J. Svejcar, P. Smith, M. Nielsen, V. Bates. ROW 6: M. Wenkam, B. Radloff, L. Hansen, K. Peterson, XL Harrison, M. Green, J. Nelson, S. Soma, B. Cary. President - Lois Adams Vice-President - Pat Anderson Secretary 8cTreasurer - Rita Beghin BOTTOM ROW: D. Broker, P. Swansby, S. Phillips, M. Kimball, S. Niebuhr, N. Dahl, P. Trumble, J. Gaffney, M. Bruno, M. Ryan. ROW 2: R. Heidel, D. Fisher, C. Jansen, N. Hafennan, K. Dougherty, D. Nickel, N. Booth, S. Gaffney, M. Hodge, M. Donnelly, F. Egge. ROW 3: D. Harrison, J. Hays, L. Haferman, P. North, B. Kimball S. Schutz, S. Lonetree, J. Langer, M. Pfister, J. Hodge. ROW 4: D. Gall, C. Joyce, B. Thomas, A. Lewis, M. Lang, H. Anderson, J. Foss, E. Nelson, P. Abel, M. Mossholder. ROW 5: V. Hickethier, K. Foster, J. Peter- son, J. Hoesly, P. Joyce, G. Horton, R. Henriksen, S. Kohl, S. Peters. ROW 6: S. I-lames, B. Nagel, L. Hudzinski, N. Holden, J. Houghton, D. Mossholder, G. Wickiis, E. Platt, K. O'Keefe. J Projectionist Club SEATED: G. Henry, T. Backhaus, G. Gray, K. Heidel, R. Steinhorst, R. Flock, T. Tobin, J. Spaude, E. Cole, L. I.aMar, B. Henricks. STANDING: D. Cone, H. Heidtke, J. Wright, P. Gregerson, R. Sus, L. Schweda, P. Tol- laksen, D. Zinke, M. Van Duren, Mr. Brimer. M. Van Duren, K. Heidel, R. Steinhorst, Mr. Brimer, H. Heidtke, D. Zinke, P. Tollaksen. "Report to the visual aids room--there will be a movie today." Those are welcome words in any class, and the ease with which our visual aids pro- gram is carried on in our school is directly due to the competence of the members of this club. Under the direction of Mr. Brimer, the boys learn to set up and operate the movie projector, and they willingly give up their free periods to operate the projector for various classes whenever it is needed. Newspaper Staff SEATED: S. Fields, L. Haferman, B. Gudenschwager, K. Foster, N. Dahl, M. Hacker, J. Hays, H. Foss, B. Thomas, T. Reynolds. STANDING: L. McNutt, J. Luettgerodt, S. Neibuhr, R. Beghin, L. Krueger, M. Morello, D. N1cke1, N. Booth, K. Cone, H. Wimmer, K. Rachuy, Miss Heaps. will -K wi M MW nf ft PM "School Daze" is the name of the weekly column which appears in the local newspaper, The Dells Events. The column contains school news, feature articles, club news, personality and sport stories pertaining to WD High School. The staff, under the direction of Miss l-leaps, has done an ex- cellent job this year, and the entire town enjoys reading "Schoo1 Daze." l l 47 Nela Dahl, Editor, Marion Hacker, Assistant Editor Student Council SEATED: J. Wright, L. McNutt, L. Hafennan, A. Brown, M. Hodge, R. Wormet. STANDING: Mr. Fitzpatrick, D. Huber, D. Krause, W. Gaffney, D. McC1yman, D. Kelly, L. LaMar. OFFICERS D. McC1yman, Vice President, L. Haferman, Secretary, D. Kelly, President, L. McNutt, Treasurer. ' "May we have a dance after the game Friday night?" It is questions such as this that the Student Council settles at its regular meetings. The Stu- dent Council, which is under the direction of Mr. Fitzpatrick, is composed of 3 members from each class and they are concerned with student welfare, directing activities and making suggestions for the general school betterment. This year the Council approved dress regulations at school events open to the public. It also initiated a Christmas Charity Dance for the benefit of the underprivileged in the community. The Student Council is an excellent way for students to share in the government of the school and we hope that future Student Councils will continue the excellent work done by the Council this year. 48 W D Club BOTTOM ROW: D. Klein, T. Gussel, B. McCullough, T. Ryan, D. O'Neil, K. Harrison, E. Heidtke, J. Jax. ROW 2: B. Ryan, S. Cook, J. Elliot, A. Peters, W. Retzlaff, P. Anderson, M. Ryan, G. Heidtke, G. Booth. ROW 3: P. Harding, G. Schultz, J. Malloy, R. Newell, T. Reynolds, J. Anchor, R. Stowers, T. Baggot, D. Ragan. ROW 4: M. Cook, R. Gruber, D. McClyman, D. Krause, S. LoneTree, K. Sickenberger, I. Blackdeer. The school is proud of its WD lettermen. A11 athletes who have won a major WD letter are eligi ble for the WD Club. The purpose of the club, which is under the direction of Mr. DeMerit, is to improve the standards of athletes, encourage better scholastic work, and aid in carrying on the athletic activities of the school. The club helps select the cheerleaders, and the members usher at basketball games. OFFICERS T. Ryan, Secretary-Treasurerg K. Harrison, Vice Presi dent, D. O'Neil, President. Chorus BOTTOM ROW: F. Egge, M. Donnelly, A. Brown, D. Harrison, S. Joyce, S. Niebuhr, M. Bruno, K. Dougherty, B. Gudenschwager, M. Wenkman, C. Anderson, D. Nickel, P. Dougherty, N. Haferman, S. Fenske, D. 'S'tieve. ROW 2: K. Cone, D. Zeitz, J. Foss, B. Nagel, D. Mossholder, J. Gay, D. Bennett, K. Peterson, P. Bohlinger, J. Booth, M. Hacker, K. Anderson, S. Gaffney, A. Hickethier, K. Bloss, P. Abel. ROW 3: R. Schultz, D. Tucker, K. Stevens, H. Heidtke, C. Colburn, W. Heineke, E. Weyh, K. Rachuy, P. Anderson, N. Holden, K. Fedderly, J. Schanke, J. Hoesly, L. Krueger. ROW 4: D. Cone, E. Sickenberger, T. Stevens, G. Booth, J. Anchor, G. Stieve, J. Elliott, W. Foote, W. Anchor, P. Cone, E. Beaver, P. Cleary, W. Retzlaff, D. Retzlaff, R. Schultz. 50 i Y U QS L- -. P mis 5 S V54 11' 5cQnnvre1nnf L N S Q u genius 7 When you hear strains of music floating through the halls during activity periods on Tuesday, Wednesday, and Thursday, you know that our mixed chorus is rehearsing. The chorus, under the direction of Mrs.Ke1ley,is called upon to sing many times during the year, and they always give a splendid performance. Some of the important functions at which they performed during the yearare the Christmas Concert, the Spring Concert, the Music Festival, Baccalaureate, and Commencement. 51 A., , are XFQT1 ?T"'LT5f :TAF 177.3 551-j' IT' -f-N A-id' ,,:.'jg1AyZ-vF'fu 1511+ 4- 1 . aff A 4. 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SEATED5' M...H3.dge,N. Anderson. STAND G: evens Rxgxick- , , Xlx2f'M5. Kiafhbq.L1, R. Beghin. minister, R. Stoyer' ,qRf7S'c ultz, If 1 ' x M I-.NX ' 7,Brbke1-LK, Qougherty, J. .YGJJ ' '- 'fkf,VyQ , .Stl-jvens. , if x 1 A 1 SENIORS Hecock, Anderson, S. Phillips, STANDING: E. Enz, J. Booth, D. yflfliott, Neibuhr, J. Luettgerodt, minister, M. Hodge. DANCE BAND SEATED: D. Cone, C. Beahm, J. Elliot, K. Foster, C. Anderson, T. Stevens, K. Cone, K. Anderson, J. Luettgerodt. STANDING: K. Stevens, S. Niebuhr, D. Tucker, D. Retzlaff, B. Thomas, C. Colbum, R. Buck- Q I I I r '11, , , V J . J -. , 6 .1, x w I , ,,.- 1 , Y , ,-.r:L.,r:4- 64" . 2, - - S. .-4 , -?"?',Mi' .b -f--M.: '-F At. Ef-S-" gg 1-r',...'j1:r':'1"f-'V W Q 00-"a 'Y . ' -9 .f . -' 'fmmy-f-awiifii-1:1r g:,.' WE mx 4231- Q12 Yw Eik5'AH',Q+A.0 x ,, , . ' wah .N-45: . s-Wh' 1 I , A 1 1, 'wx ' , , ' ,- +-.",1' ' " ' "K" Y 1 ff-gil. .If gf' g I -'V '1v1 ',1f'f,, Q, , 5 'u Sl l"' I . 1---Q ' 15-,, - - vi 5 , -9134 6 9 ' I ,, V' If Q' ' V X :gi l' , . 'ff ,- 443 9 I N 'Xa Wg V A 'N ff A , 4577.5 W ' 'mug Y ' ,.,,:EEi::uc.:-- H' IYQ J'-ll .- 5 ,vm q bf SEASON S RECORD Adams-Friendslup Nekoosa Sparta Tomah Portage Reedsburg Baraboo Richland Center all Squad y r at - '! ..ss5r.s Ext: BOTTOM ROW: J. Anchor, E. Heidtke, I-1. Heidtke, G. Heidtke, K. Harrison, S. Cook, M. Van Duren, J. Malloy, T. Ryan, G. Booth, W. Retzlaff. ROW 2: J. Beard, W. McCullough, D. Klein, M. Ryan, D. McC1yman, T. Baggot, K. Leege, E. Cole, B. Beard. ROW 3: W. Gaffney, G. Johnson, R. Schultz, D. Krause, J. Jax, T. Guss D. O'Nei1, R. Stowers. ROW 4: Coaches R. Natter, W. Bnmsman, H. Freid, Head Coach K. MacDonald. Coach J. DeMerit not shown. el, Pre -G rs:r'Jl' "I-lustlel Hustle! Hustle!" Our team really ' - did hustle, and their hard work, plus the fine coach ing of Coach McDonald and his staff, resulted in a successful season with 5 wins and 3 losses. The Reedsburg and Portage games were heartbreakers be- '- , cause we came so close to winning. Four members of the squad were named All Conference players, and six were given Honorable Mention. Those named All Conference were: Ed Heidtke, fullback on offense and middle guard on defenseg G, lieidtke, guard on offenseg T. Ryan, halfback on defenseg D. O'Neil, safety man on de- l fense. Those given Honorable Mention were: J.Jax defensive tackle, T. Ryan, offensive endg J. Mal- loy, line backerg K. Harrison, line backer, D. O'Neil, offensive endg D. Klein, offensive tackle. ame Necessities ,mm ae ' I B. s Q di 2 A Junior Varsity I Fi - - 4-r', A BOTTOM ROW: Coach Brunsman, D. Retrlaff, R. King, L. Dahl, P. Tollaksen, J. Ives, R. Steinhorst, I. Blackdeer, R. Goodhue, D. Wampler, Coach H. Freid. ROW 2: J. Walch, R. Horton, R. Dunahee, R. Schultz, L. Schweda, P. D Cone, R. Werner, Schultz, G. Gray, Ken Leege J. Buller, G. Petersen, J. Fish. ROW 3: E. Cole, J. Beard, T. Baggot, W. Gaffney, E. Johnson, H. Heidtke, K. Leege, M. Van Deuren, J. Dunham. The Junior Varsity, coached by Mr. Freid and Mr. Brunsman, opened the season with 18 players. On October 1 against Mauston on the home firld the team won 7 - 0. On October 8 the Junior Varsity journeyed to Baraboo where they palyed a 0 - 0 tie game. The following game, on October 15, was played at the Dells against Portage. Here the boys came out on top with a score of 20 - 7. The squad rounded up its '57 season on October 21 at Reedsburg where the boys ran into trouble and ended up with a 33 - 0 score. Tim Baggot Gene Johnson s,K xv: .l A nil Affmfa BOTTOM ROW: E. Schleef, R. Steinhorst, B. Kimball, R. Werner, G Peterson, D. Tucker. ROW 2: H. Heidtke, G. Heidtke, R. Gruman, R. Klein, D. Krause, J. Conway, R. Dunahee, J. Hames. ROW 3: B. McCullough, J. Trumble D. Schultz, J. Beard, I. Blackdeer, J. Hindes, S. Smith, P. Cone. D. Weiss. Wrestling was introduced into our sports program for the first time this year by Mr. McDonald and Mr. Freid. The season for this sport starts the first of November and runs to the last of February. It is a sport which is of great benefit to those participating because it uses and develops all parts of the body. This year our team had bouts with Reedsburg, Montello, Prairie du Sac, and Columbus. L h I , , . W i W p p ' 5 " x Boys get workout on the mat. ' 59 B Team FRONT ROW: R. Flock, D. Tofson, M. Van Deuren, J. Walch D Wampler, J Kaleas, G Albertson STAND ING: Coach Brimer, R. Olsen, R. Tofson, D. Rag:-m, W. Gaffney, R Stowers E Johnson, G Gray R Schultz T. Baggot, W. Heineke. SEASON 'S RECORD VARSITY B TEAM GAME WE OPPONENTS WE OPPONENTS 'Columbus 67 49 33 7 'Prairie du Sac 47 33 28 24 Viroqua 62 78 44 36 'Adams-Friendship 52 40 33 16 Nekoosa 57 48 29 23 Sparta 68 63 22 38 Portage 58 46 29 23 Richland Center 60 62 34 43 Reedsbur g 58 7 O 42 40 Baraboo 47 59 28 54 Tomah 65 73 35 46 'New Lisbon 57 44 33 35 Richland Center 69 61 40 33 Baraboo 52 54 30 36 Reedsburg 62 75 25 48 Portage 51 55 29 34 'Adams-Friendship 7 1 55 44 17 Mauston 60 42 28 35 'Non-Conference Tournament V, We Opponents Mauston 47 41 Reedsburg 54 '71 Portage 63 57 Wisconsin High 58 52 Consolation Championship 61 Baseball I BOTTOM ROW: B. Ryan, S. Cook, M. Cook, G. Gray, J. Malloy, B. McCullough. ROW 2: M. Van Deuren, T. Gussel, K. G. Schulz, D. Ragan, R. Huston. ROW 3: Mr. Natter, As- sistant Coach, P. Harding, L. Fisher, R. Stowers, R. Tofson, W. Retzlaff, Manager. AB- SENT: J. Elliott, Mr. DeMerit, Coach. Golf Champs Coach Robert Brimer, T. Reynolds, J. Gaffney, R. Buckminster, R. Tofson, M. Kuik- man, C. Beahm, P. Tucker. 62 1957 Baseball Season's Record Dells Opponet New Lisbon 2 Portage 2 Poynette 6 Lodi 9 Reedsburg 2 Baraboo 2 Richland Center 2 As soon as spring is in the air, the golf team starts thinking abd green fairways and velvet-like greens. Coached by Mr. Brimer, the team enjoyed a successful se son, playing matches with neigh boring and conference squads. Track BOTTOM ROW: G. Helley, K. Sickenburger, D. Tofson, G. Albertson, A. Peters, E. Schleef, T. Stevens, K. Heidel. ROW 2: Mr. Freid, L. Fedderson, T. Baggot, J. Anchor, J. Morse, K. Harrison, S. LoneTree, B. Beard, K. Stevens, Mx. Reineking. ROW 3: D. Krause, I. Blackdeer, M. Ryan, D. McC1yman, E. Heidtke, D. O'Nei1, J. Jax, P. Medo. Up, Up, and Away "It's simple, fellows--just clear the hurdle." IS A - 41 Q ,,-,--ll-"' f "Bucky" Harrison M.r. Freid, D. O'Nei1, K. Harrison, Mr. Reineking. 63 Cheerleaders M. Wenkman, P. Anderson, S. Gavinski, M. Hacker, M. Roney. "Chiefs" 'Ss P. Anderson, M. Roney, M. Hacker, M. Wenkman, S. Gavinski. 64 , 15 if . f D v 1 ' 'AM' Y' 3 1- i- i , F -..- . .. A 7 m E-' F v it Q I " '-if- , w 1' 1- "1 . 'Q ,' . I . , :if - '. " ' V T , , 2 A tn. ' , 'I X -fc" -W? E" , ., , , , 6 , :V "-.fr pn. -. Q . Y. - . V Q H Y 'S -1- ' ..- -.4 A T' - : A - ' 'V 1-1 ' 1 - -1. - . ' 1 1""'-' 1' . ' fb .Z v.. Q, ,v" f R iw- 9. , ' , . -1s ."-I "lrf,fv ,lf"'f',f1,pg- "gg .fffg1'.i3 QM ,.g v O . O Q s Y L Q sa, ', fm . ,F ' frfi Homecoming HOMECOMING ROYALTY Queen Marion Hacker and King Ken Harrison CROWNING THE QUEEN D. McC1yman, S. Bremer, B. Gaffney, S. Field, Queen Marion Hacker, King Ken Harrison, J. Nelson, R. Stowers, P. Abel, T. Ryan. 66 J' l I V A-'., r- 31 gs .. , , N, ,lf ' F ilryrs- O 5 K - ' sf l r ll! , f s - - ngalll- v '35 X- r ' I f Qgn' 'ho 'A 'S W ' " I ' 4, f - L X 4 . ,,, Q' 4 4 p ' T 2 ' 2111 a a g 1' 1 I Q On the afternoon of October 18, 1957, an air of excitement spread through the school as our Homecoming festivities got under way. A thrilling pep rally with a skit, cheers, speeches, and introduction of the queen and her court was followed by a parade of floats from each class and club. Competition for the prizes was keen, with honors going to the senior class. The highlight of the day was the game with Reedsburg. Following the game everyone danced to the music of Benny Ehr. 'I'he Homecoming festivities were led by Queen Marion Hacker and King Ken Harrison and the Court, Pat Abel, Tim Ryan, Sandy Bremer, Dave McC1yman, Judy Nelson, Roger Stowers, Sandy Field, and Bill Gaffney. r , 1 ,.Y., 'L .51 1 .v , W. Y-,M . 1' X ' ' ' A - I 'f't 'T' , , , ' 'Bw Wg-5251, 'full ll l l if fbi V -I: " s ' V' 17-Q-E 'UQ' A r ,, ,1 U I il- Lil vagal gi.. 1 , , ' '.:1'.' . ,."4!-"Q-' ' '-i 1 c ,p --"J, -, -z'5'- F 1 I Prom QUEEN RITA BEGI-IIN and KING GLEN HEIDTKE 68 Amidst the stars, colorful crepe paper, and silhouettes, members of the junior class rushed to prepare everything for the event of the year, the Junior Prom of 1957. With "Stairway to the Stars" as its theme song, Prom was held on May 18. Music was provided by Benny Ehr of Madi- son. The Grand March was lead by Queen Rita Beghin and King Glenn Heidtke with the following as their Prom Court: Seniors, Sheila Broderick and John Morseg Juniors, Judy Luett- gerodt and Edward Enz, Sophomores, Margaret Wenkman and Phil Hemming, Freshmen, Martha Roney and Bill Anchor. The crownbearers were Debbie Anderson and Tim Kivlin. lf' ff if -f -2' fx "Jane Eyre" . . . All-School Play M. Roney, M Morello, G Wickus, D. Krause, G. Ray, D. Mossholder, M. Wenkman, Mrs. Buss, Director, Mary Brown, T Ryan, P Stukel, D. Everson, S. Gavinski, B. Stanwyck, M. Leng, J. Jax, P. Smith. The play JANE EYRE by Charlotte Bronte was presented on January 16 under the direction of Mrs. Patricia Buss Beautiful costumes and an effective set added to the excellent performance by the cast. The play, a love story of a young girl and an embittered, lonely man, was enjoyed by both the student and adult audiences. CAST OF CHARACTERS Mr. Rochester. Jane Eyre . . . Mrs. Fairfax . . Adele Varens . Leah ....... Grace Poole . . Mason ..... Lady Ingram . . Lord Ingram . . Blanche l Ingram Higgs ...... Reverend Wood Diana Rivers. . St. John Rivers Hannah ..... The Maniac . . Director........ .................TimRyan Margaret Wenkman . . . .... . . Pat Stukel . . . Mary Brown . . . . Mary Roney . . . Mary Morello . . . . Pete Smith . . . Gail Wickns ......GaryRay , , , . . . Sandra Gavinski .....DeanKrause . . . ....... Del Everson . . . . . Donna Mossholder . . . ....... Jim Jax . . . Bonnie Stanwyck . . ....... Millie Leng . . . Mrs. Patricia Buss Assistant Director . . . . . . . . Patsy Taylor V ily 1: 1 V l4,'.l'nl.U',. x y' . ,gr guts:-It 1 'u,,'gm::Lvq . I I 5 -.'-e 1, o o "Everyone get out and vote! 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