Union High School - Arrow Yearbook (Wisconsin Dells, WI)
- Class of 1959
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X WILLIAM FITZPATRICK
One of the rewards of working on the Arrow staff this year is to be able to
dedicate our book to someone who has given his time and effort, not only for
us, but the entire school.
We feel a great indebtedness to you, our friend and teacher, for your sincere
interest in us, 'for your willingness to help on any project, and for what you
have given us in your classroom, and we would like to say with deep sincerity
--Thank you, Mr. Fitzpatrick.
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Our Administrators Aim
Secretary Barbara Koberstein and her assistant, Mrs. Alice
Tucker, keep office functioning smoothly.
FREDERICK C. REINEKING
B.A. Lakeland College
M.A. University of Wisconsin
A typical day for Mr. Reineking,
Principal of the High School, in-
cludes visiting classes, interviews
with teachers and students, in
addition to conferences with
parents and visitors from the out-
side. His phone is ringing con-
stantly with problems for him to
solve, and his office door is al-
ways open--symbolic of the coun
sel teachers and students find
Maintain Progress in Our Schools
ROBERT W. FENSKE ig.
Superintendent of Schools 'f
B.S. Eau Claire State College
M.S. University of Wisconsin 5777334 A
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Executing the decisions of the
Board of Education is our Super-
intendent, Robert W. Fenske, who
is an active worker for education,
and who devotes much of his time
to improving the educational
facilities of the Wisconsin Dells
Responsibility for the educational policies of the school system is vested in seven respected business and pro-
fessional men elected by the citizens of the Wisconsin Dells area to serve without remuneration, devoting many
hours to maintain progress in the Wisconsin Dells area educational system.
BOARD OF EDUCATION
LEFT TO RIGHT: E. Reynolds, R. Bork, R. W. Penske, Superintendent, M. Tofson, T.D. Crist, Jr., A. Crothers,
R. O'Conne1l, H. Radlund, F. Reineking, Principal.
Our Teachers Worked with
ROBERT A. BRIMER
Stout State College B.S.
Industrial Artsg Mathematicsg Visual Aidsg
Assistant Basketball Coachg Golf Coachg
Junior Class Advisor.
JAMES A. DeMERIT
LaCrosse State College B.S.
! U, ARVILLA V. EICHSTEADT
if - University of Wisconsin B.S.
9 i Englishg Libraryg Librarians Club.
EIJVIER C. ENZ
University of Wisconsin B.S.
Instrumental Musicg Band.
s and Had Fun with Us
WILLIAM H. FITZPATRICK
Ripon College Ph.B.
Biologyg General Scienceg Student Council
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University of Minnesota B.S.
Vocal Musicg Chorus.
Milton Collegeg University of Wisconsin B.S.
Civicsg Geographyg Basketball Coachg As-
sistant Football Coachg Baseball Coachg
Freshman Class Advisor.
ERNIE J. HEIMAN
University of Wisconsin B.S.
Englishg Speechg Social Studiesg Camera
RICHARD T. LUCKE
University of Notre Dame A.B., Central
Englishg Arty Debateg Forensics.
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STEPHEN E. PINKOWSKY
Lawrence College, B .A.
Social Problernsg Senior Class Advisor.
Western Illinois State College B.S.
Bookkeepingg Typingg Organizations Ac-
With Our eachers We
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JOHN R. O 'MALLEY
Wisconsin State College, Platteville, B.S.
World Historyg U.S. Historyg Head Football
Coachg Sophomore Class Advisor.
University of Wisconsin, A.B.
Shorthandg Typingg Annual.
DONALD A. SKARDA
Wisconsin State College B.S. University
of Wisconsin M.S.
Algebrag Chemistryg Guidance Director.
iMade Lasting Friendships
I FRANK D. WEIGEL
Platteville State Colle e, B.S., Universit
of Wisconsing Case Institute of Technologyg
General Electric Fellowship.
Agricultureg Physicsg General Scienceg
Stout State College B.S.
University ofW1scons1n, B.B.E.
Bookkeepingg Typingg Organizations Ac-
ELIZABETH R. TI-IIELE
University of Wis. B.A., William and Mary
Englishg Lating Dramatics.
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MARIAN I. ZIMMERMANN
Wisconsin State College, LaCrosse, B.S.
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PATRICIA ANN ANDERSON
"She's like a vitamin ad--Bubbling
over with vim, vigor, and vitality."
Pep Club 1,2,3,45 GAA 1,2,3,4,
Chorus 1,2,3,4g Cheerleading 2,3,4,
Homecoming Queen 2.
"He is handsome, he is tall, He is
liked by one and all."
Camera Club 25 WD Club 2,3,4,
Football l,2,3,45 Track 1,2,3,4g
Wrestling 3,45 Volleyball 2,3,4g
Projectionist Club 3.
"He and the tardy bell were good
friends, Never more than a minute
WD Club 3,43 Projectionist Club 33
Football l,2,3,4g Track 2,4.
"An experienced baker who thinks
high school is a four-year loaf."
ROBERT J. BEGHIN
"Let the girls go on their wayg As
for me, they need not stay."
Football lg Class Play 3.
SANDRA J. BREMER
"A natural blonde we can tell,
Peroxide never did so we1l."
GAA 1,2,3,4g Pep Club 1,2,3,43
Homecoming Court 35 Badger Girls'
State 35 Annual 4.
"She's called "Dee" by all her 7 9'
friends, She's not as quiet as s
FHA 1,2,3,4g GAA 1,2,3,4g PMA
Club 1,2,3,4g Chorus 1,2,3,4
"He goes the musical direction, The
mainstay of the trombone section."
WD Club 3,45 Band 1,2,3,4g Basket-
ball 1,25 Goif 2,3,4.
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DONNA CLARK 3 15, .LW
"She steals through life in her own 'L' L
quiet way." , . ,
Pep Club l,2,3,43 GAA 45 Home- I Cf x Q if
coming Queen 4. if
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SANFORD C. COOK
"Model farmer he will make,
Driving a tractor and swinging a
FFA 1,2,3,45 WD Club 2,3,45 Foot-
ball 1,2,3,4g Baseball 1,2.
look iC' ?lQ1S, I'm bash-
Giga, gl! 1,2,3,4g cho-
SANDRA E. DURIS
"Sugar and spice and everything
niceg One of these days she'11 be
sprinkled with rice."
GAA 2,3,4g Pep Club 2,3,4g Class
Treasurer 3,43 Annual Staff 45
TIMOTHY M. CLEARY
"The blonde I like is pretty and
How! Not a woman, but a nice l '
FFA 1,2,3,4g Baseball 1,2,3,4.
CLARENCE F. ENGLEBRETSON
"Who, me go steady?"
FFA l,2,3,45 Track 35 Debate 4.
f ' MERLE D. COOK
erle belongs to FFA, Raising
corn and alfalfa hay."
FFA 1,2,3,A3 WD Club 2,3,4g Base-
ball gl,2. :-
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KAY E. FEDDERLY
"Though she looks like an angel with
fair golden hair, There's a gleam in
her eye that says the devil is there."
GAA 1,2,3,4g Chorus 1,2,3,4g Pep
Club l,2,3,4g Class Vice President 3
"A most certain sign of wisdo '
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"The gladdest words of tongue and
pen--, Tonight there is a dance
GAA 1,2,3,4g FHA 1,2,3g Pep Club
KAREN RAE FOSTER
"No matter what the teacher will
say, She'll argue it the other way."
GAA 1,2,3,4g Pep Club 35 Debate 13
Newspaper 2,35 Librarian Club 1,2,
3,45 Band 1,2g3,45 Dance Band 1,2,
3,43 Student,Council 4.
RICHARD PATRICK GRIFFIN
"School walls do not a prison make,
Are you kidding!"
Camera Club lg FFA 1,2,3,4.
JOHN HAROLD GAFFNEY
"As a golfer Jack's a star, He al-
ways shoots under par."
Transferred from Cambria 2. Bas-
ketball 2,3,43 Golf 3,4g WD Club
3,45 Football 23 Prom King 3.
"Cute and happy, Small and snappyf'
GAA l,3,45 Pep Club 3,45 FHA 13
Class Play 3.
RONAID GALIT Z
"No girl has ever poisoned my
"Some say that she is quietg But if
they knew her, they'd deny it."
Pep Club 1,2,3,4g FHA 15 Camera
Club 1,23 Librarian Club 2.
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K. PARRY HARDING
"Can you imagine Parry quietl,
We'll never know--he'll never try
WD Club 1,2,3,45 Band 25 Baseball
"It's great to have a carg To take
me near and far."
Student Council 23 Class President
23 Camera Club 1,25 Newspaper 2:
Projectionist Club 25 Basketball
1,3,45 Golf 3,45 Prom Court 2.
JANICE M. HARRISON
"With her pep and happy smile, She
has made friends in a very short
Transferred from Baraboo 4. Pep
VIOLET E. HICKETHIER
Nothing exists that bothers me."
GAA 43 Pep Club 1,2,3,4g News-
paper 13 Band 1,2,3,4g Librarian
"A giggle is sometimes as conta-
gious as the measles."
Chorus 1,2,3,4g Pep Club 1,2,3,45
Here's a girl, though ever gay,
Can be serious in her way."
GAA l,2,3,45 Pep Club 1,2,3,4g
Band l,2,3,4g Chorus 1,2,3,43 Home-
coming Court 1.
"The one and only big he-mang l-Ie
must eat spinach by the can."
WD Club 1,2,33 Football 1,2,3g
Basketball 1,2,35 Track l,2,3. fU-J
GLADYS I-IORTON gg
"Bubbles" pr I,
"A nice girl with dark hairg Slie'
doesn't say much, but we know
Pep Club 2,3,4.
JUDITI-l A. HOUGHTON
"A very bright and brainy lassg
Squeak is tops in every c1ass."
GAA 1,2,3,45 Pep Club l,2,3,45
Class Secretary 15 Student Council
15 Annual Staff 3,45 School Play 4.
JAMES R. JAX
"One arm around a footballg The
other around a girl."
Camera Club 1,25 Key Club 2,3,45
WD Club 2,3,45 School Play 35
Football 1,2,3,45 Basketball 152,
3,45 Track 1,2,3,45 Class Vice-
President 25 Class Play 3.
LOIS M. HUDZINSKI
"I used to be bashful, I used to hate
men . . . Them days are gone for-
GAA 1,2,3,45 Pep Club 1,2,3,45
Student Council 15 Class Play 35
Annual Staff 3,45 Class Treastuer 1.
COLI..EEN M. JOYCE
"Smiling and sweety A real treat to
Pep Club 1,Z,3,45 Annual Staff 4.
RALPH E. I-TUSTON
"I don't care about wealth or fameg
To drive a truck is my only aim."
Baseball 2,3,45 Wrestling 4.
LESTER DONALD LANGER
"With his car and a cupful of gasg
He burns up the road and fast."
"An artist this boy will surely beg
And portraits by Jacobson you'll
Camera Club 25 Newspaper 3,45
Chorus 45 Class Play 3.
"She's a girl with lots of zestg And
one who'll always do her best."
Pep Club l,2,3,45 Camera Club
2,3,45 Librarian Club 45 School Play
35 GAA 4.
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"A friendly girl who's usually quiet,
But with half a chance she'd be a
GAA l,2,3,4g camera Club 2,3,4,
Forensics 25 Librarian Club 4, Pep
"He knows his sports, he knows his
lessons, I-le's bound to leave a good
Football l,2,3,4g Basketball 1,2,3,45
Baseball l,2,3,43 WD Club 3,4.
GLENN NEILS LICITAR
"He'll seldom appear, When girls
Band 1,2,3g FFA 2,3,4.
DAVID G. McCLYMAN
"Bouncing through life on a joke
with four whee1s."
Camera Club 1,23 Student Council
3,45 Key Club 2,3,45 WD Club 3,45
Football 1,2,3,43 Basketball l,2,3,4,
Track l,2,3,4g Annual Staff 4, Class
Play 3g Homecoming Court 33 Class
President 4, Prom Court 4.
"Through singing he'll make his
name, In his voice lies his fame."
Chorus 1,23 Dance Band 3,43 WD
Club l,2,3,4, Track l,2,3,4g Basket-
ball 1,2,45 Camera Club 4.
"Two heads are better than one."
GAA l,2,3,43 Pep ciub l,2,3g News-
paper 2,3,45 Student Council 33
Librarian Club 2.
STEVE D. LUKE
"Well! I graduated, didn't I!"
"lf school is liberty, give me
Basketball l,2,3, Baseball 35 Track
23 Football 1,45 Class Play 35 Vol-
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WILLIAM H. MILLARD
"Einstein's theory is really very
Camera Club l,2,3,4g Forensics 25
Debate 2,3,45 Class Play 35 Projec-
tionist Club 2.
KAREN I.. PETERSEN
"Neat as a pin all the whileg Never
a frown, always a smile."
GAA 1,2,3,43 Pep Club l,2,3,45 FHA
15 Newspaper 23 Librarian Club
1,2,35 Chorus l,2,33 Annual Staff 43
Homecoming Court 2g Class Play 3.
BARBARA J. NACEL '
Don t look now, but your halo's
GAA 1,2,3,4g Pep Club 1,2,3,43
Librarian Club 35 Chorus l,2,3,4.
KAREN S. RACHUY
"Full of pep from head to toeg She's
a girl who's nice to know."
GAA 2,3,45 Pep Club l,2,3,4g FHA
15 Newspaper 2,35 Chorus 1,2,3,45
' Annual Staff 45 Class Treasurer 2.
JOSEPH H. NELSON
"Some think the world is made for
fun and frolicg And so do I."
FFA l,2,3,45 Football 43 Basketball A649
25 Track 3 4. A
THOMAS F. REYNOLDS .fly , '
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"A young man in his early flirties."
Camera Club 2,3,43 Newspaper jf, '
2,3,45 WD Club 2,3,4g Projectionist
Club Z5 Band 1,2,3,4g Football 1,45
Track 25 Golf 3,45 Annual Staff 43
Dance Band 25 Volleyball 2,3,4g
RONALD S. NEWELL
' Y .V ' "Percy"
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N J' What's her phone number?"
'p Class President lg Student Council
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WD Club l,2,3,4g Track l.
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"Who could like school when he's
no longer here?"
GAA 35 Pep Club 1,2,3,43 FHA lg
Band l,2,3,43 Chorus lg Drum
Majorette 4g Twirler 3g Class Sec-
MARY E. RONEY
"At our Prom she reigned as queeng
We think this girl is really keen."
Pep Club 1,Z,3,43 FHA lg School
Play 3g Band 1,2,3,45 Cheerleader
,3,4g Prom Queen 3g GAA 2,3.
3 KARL SICKENBERGER, Jr.
"When I have nothing else to do
X evenings, I study."
WD Club 2,3,4g Basketball 1,25
Track 2,3,4g Volleyball 2,3,45
"A friendly fellow and lots of fung
Ev is liked by everyone."
Camera Club 35 Key Club 45 WD
Club 49 Track 2,3,45 Wrestling 3,45
Class Play 35 Baseball lg Student
BETTIE JUNE SIESE
"Bettie did not like the rule, That
she should always be in school."
Pep Club l,2,3,45 FHA 1,25 Camera
CAROL LYNN SCHULZ
l "Everybody's friend and nobody's
Librarian Club 2,3,4.
ip tl quiet, always kindg A nicer
L i ou'll never find."
K. GERALD SCHULZ
"Oh girls, don't you envy my curly
Key Club 2,3,4g WD Club 2,3,45
Class Play 35 Basketball 1,2,3,45
BONNIE B. STANWYCK
"I chatter chatter all the dayg It
helps to pass the time away."
GAA 1,2,3,45 Pep Club 1,2,3,45
Class Secretary Z5 Class Play 2,35
Forensics 2g Annual Staff 4.
"No girl has his hearty His mind is
Football 1,35 Wrestling 3,45 Basket-
ball 25 Projectionist Club 1,2,3,4g
Camera Club 3.
JUDITH ANN SVEJCAR
"In FHA she's really ITg She makes
something from every bit."
Pep Club 2,3,4g FHA 1,2,3,
Camera Club 45 Band 1,2,3, , lass
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loafing again--Only 99 on ,
r last quiz."
All the teachers think I'm sweetg
They always give me a nice front
Track 1,23 WD Club 2 4- Camera
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"She's going forward at a steady
rate 5 Working to be something
Pep Club 2,3,4g FHA 1,25 Camera
Club 1,2,3,4g Newspaper 2,3,4g
Band 2,3,-45 Dance Band 3,4. l
PATRICIA A. STUKEL
"I can easily live without sleeping
or walkingg But who in the world
can live without talking!"
GAA 1,2,3,45 Pep Club 1,2,3,43 FHA
15 Forensics 33 Librarian Club 35
School Play 2,3,4g Class Secretary
35 Prom Court 35 Annual Staff 45
Class Play 3.
"Happy and gay, Throughout the
GAA 45 FHA 15 Pep Club 2,4.
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BENJAMIN LYNN WEIDLING
"Schoo1 breaks up my whole day."
"I came, I leftg I returned."
Camera Club lg Transferred from
Milwaukee North 4. Volleyball 4,
Golf 43 Projectionist Club 4.
DAVID M. WEISS
' "Always happy--my wants are fewg
Just a girl and a car will do."
FFA 1,2,3,4, Wrestling 3.
"A horse, a horse, my jalopy for a
Basketball 35 Track 15 Volleyball 1.
MARGARET TI-IERESE WENKMAN
"May I have this next romance with
GAA 1,2,3,4g Pep Club 2,3,45 Stu-
dent Council lg Class Play 35 School
Play 3,62-?xd 1,2,3,4, Chorus l,2,
3,43 C e President 13 Cheer-
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KENNETH D. WREZENSKI
"Chase me girls, I'm full of fun."
Basketball 1,23 Wrestling 3,4.
"Silence is better than empty
Band 1,2,3,4, Twirling 2,3,4, Stu-
dent Council 2.
RICHARD O. WRIGHT
"I haven't let a woman pin any-
thing on me since I was a baby."
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Seniors Benefit from Capable Leadership
S enior not pictured:
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BOTTOM ROW: S. Duris, Treasurerg K. Foster, Student Councilg M. Roney, Secretary.
ROW 2: D. Wright, Vice-Presidentg D. McC1yman, President, E. Schleef, Student Coun-
Mr. PINKOWSKY, CLASS ADVISOR, PLANS HOMECOMING FLOAT
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Let's Peek at the Seniors
Cleanin' up ain't so bad
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Lining up to buy their annuals
Cheering for their candidates
Look who's all dressed up
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Juniors Become Leaders
D. Tofson, Treasurer-QQ. Tofson, Vice-President, L. Haferman, Secretary, D. Gall, Student
Council, Rkj7tow sident, L. Lamar, Student Council.
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BOTTOM ROW: C. Beahm, J. Buller, B. Beghin, L. Everson, K. Bloss, C. Burris, R. Cook, K.
Donnelly, D. Cone, ROW 2: G. Albertson, C. Cottine, A. Alhorn, P. Bohlinger, D. Brousil, B.
Cary, K. Cone. ROW 3: T. Baggot, T. Backhaus, B. Anchor, J. Conway, J. Beard, E. Cole.
BOTTOM ROW: D. Rogge, M. Roney, P. Sandberg, A. Retzlaff, P. Ram er, M. Pfister, P.
Smith, P. North. ROW 2: M. Przybylski, S. Smith, C. Reichardt, M. Neilsen, D. Flath, E.
Platt, J. Schanke, E. Sickenberger. ROW 3: L. Schweda, D. Schultz, D. Ragan, D. Slayton,
B. Ryan, A. Peters, W. Retzlaff.
in W. D. H. S. Activities
BOTTOM ROW: B. Grieger, B. Greyslak, L. Haferman, H. Foss, P. Dougherty, J. Hayes,
D. Gall. ROW 2: H. Griener, B. Heineke, R. Hudzinski, R. Flock, P. Gregerson, D. Hagen.
ROW 3: G. Gray, J. Geiser, W. Dunahee, T. Gussel, B. Henrichs.
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BOTTOM ROW: M. Van Deuren, C. Sumwalt, M. Stanton, S. Soma, M. Walker, P. Wolfram,
K. Zick. ROW 2: D. Tofson, J. Stanke, R. Wormet, R. Sus, C. Zouski, J. Waltman. ROW 3:
D. Zinke, R. Tofson, R. Stowers, P. Tollaksen, J. Spaude.
BOTTOM ROW: C. Krenz, K. Klicko,.V. Jaeobsoh, J. Nelson, R. Murray, J. Lonetree, H.
Jensen. ROW 2: L. Lamar,,H. Kobersteixi, S.,,Jerome, S.Lonetree, G. Miner, J. Langer, A.
Hickethier. ROW 3: J. Ives,'P.dHo1toxi,- R. Hindes, P. Joyce, L. Musiedlak.
Sophomores Get intc
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' ' ' J. Peterson, Secretary. ROW 2: P.
' 'L Tucker, President, D. Worrnet, Student
Council, G. Roeker, Student Council, J.
BOTTOM ROW: F. Dankert, B. Brockley, E. Eckert, S. Chiconich, A. Brown, C. Farrel, S.
Anderson. ROW 2: J. Bohn, W. Abel, P. Cone, M. Bogh, C. Anderson, G. Bates, C. Colburn.
ROW 3: T. Beaver, S. Dunahee, D. Dunahee, J. Dunham, D. Dempsey, L. Dahl.
BOTTOM ROW: J. Soukup, C. Sine, C. Schweiger, J. Peterson, P. Savage, L. Sandberg.
ROW 2: S. Peters, P. Preister, G. Roeker, C. Reiter, D. Retzlaff, G. Roudebush, V. Smith.
ROW 3: G. Platt, D. Sickenberger, B. Schultz, G. Schulz, G. Stieve, G. Petersen.
the Swing of Things
BOTTOM ROW: D. Nelson, J. Kaminski, S. Joyce, A. McMillan, K. O'Keefe, B. Kimball,
J. Kaleas. ROW 2: K. Leege, E. Jantz, R. Pagel, D. Marsich, B. King, S. Kohl, H. Manthey.
ROW 3: W. Ives, K. Huber, C. Jewell, E. Johnson, D. Olson, G. Mackesey.
BOTTOM ROW: J. Georgeson, R. Henrichsen, S. Field, L. Goodbear, D. Griffin, D. Harding, M.
Hanson. ROW 2: J. Hoesly, C. Gutsmeidel, C. Gabris, W.fG1ander, R. Horton, J. Hodge, P.
Helley, S. Fenske. ROW 3: J. Gay, J. Fish, B. Gaffney, L. Feight, M. Hansen, H. Heidtke.
BOTTOM ROW: B. Thomas, G. White Eagle, M. Svejcar, D. Wormet, L. Volkey, L. Wright.
ROW 2: K. Whiting, E. Trelinski, H. Wimmer, D. Wampler, P. Tucker, T. Tobin. ROW 3:
D. Werner, J. Trumble, J. Walch. 2
Freshmen Become Solid
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BOTTOM ROW N Sumwalt, V1ce Presldent, S Drollmger, Student Council, M. Abel,
Secretary ROW 2 R Duns, Treasurer, L Bremer, Student Council, J. Waterman,
BOTTOM ROW H Stafford, L Pagel, D. Payne, N. Moon, R. Loomis, C. Stephenson, J. Schwark,
J Pagel ROW 2 E Olson, B Rartz, K. Lueck, J. Roeker, M. Lucke, N. Schleef, S. Schaitel, G.
Nlckel ROW 3 D Nrkols, W Oeftger, D. Pikel, R. Potter, L. Miotke, B. May, M. Meltz, D.
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BOTTOM ROW R Gahtz, C Dunham, C Gurldner, S Drollinger, B. Gunn, E. Gabris, C.
Egge ROW 2 R Cook J Golz D Dunahee, K Fenske, D. Englebretsen, M. Erickson,
K Donnelly ROW 3 D Gavmskx D Coon, J Glssal, R. Grieger, W. Crothers, R. Duris,
Citizens of W. D. H. .
BOTTOM ROW: B. VanWie, J. Tollaksen, P. Wedde, D. Walker, C. Sumwalt, M. Swansby
ROW 2: F. Svejcar, T. Sus, B. Wampler, J. Van Schoyck, M. Stone, G. Zick. ROW 3: J.
Waterman, S. Thomas, C. Wrezinski, P. Stowers, G. Walker, L. Soma.
BOTTOM ROW: C. Huber, D. Lonetree, J. Langer, L. Kalis, M. Kerwin, C. Harrison. ROW
2: B. Joyce, D. Kaminski, J. Hines, S. Keen, L. Haferman, B. Hagen. ROW 3: A. Hudzinski,
E. Leege, K. Hindes, J. Jacobson, C. Henry, R. LaDue.
BOTTOM ROW: K. Coffman, M. Bennett, C. Burgess, P. Banyar, B. Anchor, M. Abel. ROW
2: D. Carter, R. Klein, J. Bates, K. Clark, J. Campbell, C. Cline, L. Barton. ROW 3: R.
Brousil, R. Briggs, R. Beard, C. Cahoon, R. Beard, L. Bremer.
. D. H. S. Educates
the Whole Man
The aim of the art department is to develop
Learning to understand other peoples in today's
world is the purpose of this panel discussion in
social problems class.
Boys in shop class acquire skill in w
Girls learn to be good cooks by watching de-
Typing in rhythm to perfect skill necessary for
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BOTTOM ROW: K. Rachuy, S. Bremer, B. Stanwyck, K. Petersen, L. Hudzinski. ROW 2: Mrs. Plenke, C. Joyce,
J. Houghton, P. Stukel, S. Duris, S. Lonetree. ROW 3: D. McClyrnan, T. Reynolds, R. Wright.
With the sincere hope that it has captured the WDHS spirit and school life of to-
day so that it may be recalled tomorrow, the annual staff edited the 1959 ARROW.
Every member of the staff contributed suggestions and ideas for layout, pictures,
and copyg but to lessen wear and tear on the entire staff at the times when that
demon "Deadline" reared its ugly head, the responsibility for the various sections
of the annual was divided. Judy Houghton, with Pat Stukel as her assistant, had
charge of the senior sectiong Sandy Duris, the faculty sectiong Karen Petersen, the
underclassmen pagesg Colleen Joyce, the activitiesg Tom Reynolds, music, Dave
McC1yman, the sports sectiong Karen Rachuy and Lois I-ludzinski, school life sec-
tiong Dick Wright, senior photographer, Spencer LoneTree, the art work. Bonnie
Stanwyck was editor with Karen Petersen as co -editor. Sandy Bremer, business
manager, handled the finances.
Karen, Judy, and Pat lay out senior pages Sandy trying to make ends meet Dick and Bonnie plan pictures
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BOTTOM ROW: J. Tollaksen, B. Thomas, P. Ramer, M. Roney, Mr. Heiman, J. Nelson, J. Kaleas, J. Wright, J.
Egge. ROW 2: K. Luke, W. Abel, W. Millard, J. Svejcar, L. LaMar, D. Plath, P. Gregerson, A. Lewis. ROW 3:
K. Leege, L. Dahl, B. Heineke, R. Flock, H. I-Ieidtke, D. Wright, M. Leng. ROW 4: D. Englebretson, D. Nickols, w
R. Greiger, C. Wrezinski, T. Reynolds, D. Cone.
The Camera Club is the busiest club in school. Every day Bill Heineke, Delbert Cone, Dick Wright, or Harold
Heidtke stalk the halls with camera in hand. The darkroom is a hubbub of activity, and the words, "Who's
there?" "No, you can't come in now," are frequently heard outside the darkroom door.
The club is divided into two sections--the advanced group, which does the photography for the Arrow, and the
elementary group. Each group with Mr. Heiman as advisor, works toward the main goal of the club: To take,
develop, and print better amateur pictures.
"Come in our dark room and see what develops." Dick, Bill, Delbert,
A. Lewis, Secretary-Treasurer, D.
dent, B. Thomas, Secretary-Treasurer
Wright, President, C. Wrzesinski, Presi-
Debaters Argue British Education
BOTTOM ROW: L. Everson, S. Peters, Mr. Lucke, C. Gutsmeidl, A. McMillan. ROW 2: W. Millard, J. Waterman,
C. Wrezinski, J. Trumble, F. Svejcar, M. Meltz.
High school debaters all over the United States argued the question, "Resolved that the United- States should
adopt the essential features of the British education system."
WDHS debaters under the coaching of Mr. Lucke started off the year in full swing by holding a practice debate
with Baraboo. Representing the affirmative were Charlene Gutsmeidl, Jim Trumble, Frank Svejcar, and Pat
Tucker. Lorna Everson, Avis McMillan, Merrill Meltz, and Conrad Wrezinski were on the negative team.
Many hours were devoted to research, writing briefs, and practicing delivery before the debaters were ready to
represent WDHS in the district tournament which was held at Fort Atkinson on January 31,
Jim Trumble, Affirmative Teamg
Merrill Meltz and Pat Tucker write up their arguments Avis McMillan, Negative Team.
Forensic Students Develop Speaking Abilit
This year, candidates for forensic activities were selected from the various English classes. Those interested in
this activity, choose one of the following categories of speech: humorous and non -humorous declamations, ex-
temporaneous speaking, extemporaneous reading, 10 -minute original speech, 10-minute non-original speech,
4-minute original speech, interpretative reading, and play reading. After the initial selection of candidates,
a local elimination was held at the high school. The league forensic contest for Wisconsin Dells, Baraboo,
Reedsburg, and Portage was held at Portage on March 18. There were also district and sectional eliminations,
and then the state finals at Madison. Mr. Lucke was the faculty advisor for this phase of school life.
J. Trumble and Mr. Lucke discuss the 10-minute non- EXTEMPORANEOUS READING
original speech. J. Hayes, S. Drollinger, K. Fenske, L. Dahl.
PIAY READING AND INTERPRETIVE READING EXTEMPORANEOUS SPEAKING '
B. Heineke, M. Meltz, J. Nelson, K. Cone, S. Peters. M. VanDeu1-en, E. Cole
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4-MINUTE ORIGINAL SPEECH D. Tofson, S. Anderson, K. I-leidel, T. Tobin, P
A. McMillan, C. Gutsmeidl. Tucker, G. Platt, D. Hudzinski.
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Future Farmers Learn b Doing
BOTTOM ROW: M. Cook, T. Cleary, W. Hagen, R. Cook, J. Golz, Mr. Weigel, G. Huber, H. Stafford, D. Payne,
D. Griffin, D. Rogge. ROW 2: S. Anderson, S. Cook, G. Licitar, K. Hines, K. Huber, G. Nickel, V. Smith, D.
Harding, P. Savage. ROW 3: G. Mackesey, L. Miotke, D. Wright, R. Wormet, E. Leege, J. Stanke, D. Dempsey,
D. Weiss, S. Smith. ROW 4: P. Griffin, S. Luke, C. Englebretson, J. Nelson, R. Sus, S. Dunahee, W. Dunahee, B.
Weidling, I.. Museidlak.
The FFA is an organization of, by, and for boys studying vocational agriculture in public secondary schools. As
an integral part of the program it is intra -curricular. The foundation ,upon which the FFA is built, includes
leadership and character development, sportsmanship, cooperation, service, thrift, scholarship, improved agri-
culture, organized recreation, citizenship and patriotism.
Members learn through active participation how to conduct and take part in a public meeting, to speak in
public, to buy and sell cooperatively, to solve their own problems, to finance themselves, and to assume civic
The club is very proud of Don Huber, past president, now in the College of Agriculture, University of Wisconsin,
who is this year sewing as Sectional Vice -President of the state association.
C. Englebretson, Reporter, L. Musiedlak, Sentinel, P. Griffin, V.
President, R. Wormet, President, T. Cleary, Secretary, M. Cook,
Treasurer, S. Cook, Safety Chairman.
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C. Englebretson, S. Cook, M. Cook, T.
Cleary, D. Weiss, Mr. Weigel.
Homemakers Work for a Better Tomorrow
BOTTOM ROW: E. Gabris, D. Wormet, M. Svejcar, J. Svejcar, Mrs. Winn, M. Walker, P. Joyce, V. Jacobson, R.
Cook, P. North, K. Donnelly. ROW 2: P. Helley, D. Lonetree, C. Burgess, J. Schwark, E. Platt, J. Langer, N.
Schleef, P. Smith, P. Banyer, K. O'Keefe. ROW 3: M. Erickson, R. I-Iindes, B. Wampler, J. Langer, P. Wedde, M.
Stone, C. Sus, D. Walker, B. Joyce, N. Moon. ROW 4: P. Preister, B. Donnelly, S. Jerome, D. Bennett, C. Zouski,
S. Lonetree, B. Gunn, B. Cary, D. Nelson.
The FHA motto "Toward New Horizons" expresses the purpose of the organization--learning to live better today
in order that our lives and those of 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 greatest need. A degree program allows for club members to gain recognition for this growth.
As a money making project, the club sells English toffee, and in cooperation with the FFA, the club sells ice
cream every noon in the cafeteria. The most popular event of the year is the banquet at which members of
FHA in cooperation with the members of FFA entertain their parents.
SEATED: J. Svejcar, Vice President, M. Walker-
Presidentg R. Cook--Treasurer, D. Wormet--Sec-
retary. STANDING: V. Jacobson--Recreational
Director, P. Joyce--Reporter, M. Svejcar--Histo
Decorating tables for banquet
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G. A. A. Knows Sports, Will Play
BOTTOM ROW: D. Hagen, C. Farrel, P. Anderson, A. Hickethier--Secretary, S. Bremer--President, Miss Zimmer-
man, K. Petersen--V. President, K. Rachuy--Treasurer, J. Hays, S. Drollinger, B. Anchor, P. Dougherty. ROW 2:
S. Duris, S. Joyce, R. Henrichson, L. Goodbear, C. Gutsrneidel, C. Krenz, H. Foss, S. Lonetree, K. Coffman, L.
Everson. ROW 3: V. I-Iicketheir, V. Harrison, L. Hudzinski, J. Houghton, S. Field, J. Georgeson, M. Leng, A.
Lewis, B. Greyslack, C. Burris, P. Banyar. ROW 4: D. Clark, K. Fedderly, K. Fenske, N. Holden, K. Cone, D.
Brousil, D. Plath, K. Clark, B. Cary.
Bowling another strike, sending a volleyball over the heads of opponents, dashing across the floor in a basketball
game are feats performed by the members of G.A.A. as they carry out their aim: To promote interest and parti-
cipation in athletics among all the girls in school. With this in mind the members organized a sports program
which included the following sports: basketball, badminton, bowling, volleyball, soccer, baseball, softball, and
archery. Sandy Bremer, president, Karen Petersen, vice -president, Andrea I-lickethier, secretary, and Karen
Rachuy, treasurer, worked with Miss Zimmerman, advisor, to make this a successful year for G.A.A,
BOTTOM ROW: A. Brown, M. Wenkman, S. Wabashagin, S. Peters, R. Murray, A. Retzlaff, P. Sandberg, P. Wol-
fram, M. Walker, K. Foster. ROW 2: S. Penske, B. Nagel, P. Preister, G. Roeker, J. Peterson, M. Stanton, N.
Sumwalt, B. Raitz, D. Walker. ROW 3: E. Fish, P. Stukel, P. I-lelley, B. Stanwyck, H. Wimmer, G. Miner, N.
Moon, J. Van Schoyck, K. Bloss. ROW 4: D. Bennett, L. McNutt, M. Hansen, J. Schankc, J. Hoesly, J. Gay,
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Pep Club Stimulates School Spirit
BOTTOM ROW: J. Peterson, M. Wenkman, M. Roney, N. Holden, Miss Zimmerman, J. Hoesly, P. Anderson, M.
Roney, S. Fenske. ROW 2: B. Thomas, D. Gall, C. Dunham, G. Roeker, C. Anderson, D. Clark, K. Fedderly, P.
Wolfram, P. Banyar, P. North, P. Smith, J. Hays, C. Burris. ROW 3: R. Murray, P. Ramar, C. Sumwalt, M. Ker-
win, S. Schaitel, B. Anchor, V. Bates, K. Donnelly, M. Walker, J. Nelson, L. I-laferman. ROW 4: V. Jacobsen, E
Platt, J. Langer, S. Kohl, S. Field, J. Georgeson, H. Wimmer, M. Leng, A. Lewis, B. Greyslak, C. Krenz, K. Bloss.
ROW 5: P. Joyce, J. Gay, P. I-lelley, R. Henrichson, B. Cary, K. Fenske, K. Cone, D. Brousil, D. Flath, J. Schank
P. Bohlinger, H. Foss.
Pep Club is an organization open to all students. It is formed for the purpose of promoting school spirit and sports-
manship among the entire student body. The chief activity during the year is to organize the pep meetings held
beforeeach home football and basketball game, and Jeanne Hoesly, program chairman, always planned a novel
and interesting pep skit for each pep assembly. The officers were Pat Anderson, presidentp Karen Petersen, vice-
presidentg Martha Roney, secretaryg Nancy Holden, treasurer. Miss Zimmerman was advisor for the club.
BOTTOM ROW: B. Stanwyck, J. Harrison, L. Ha
Rachuy, P. Stukel, K. Petersen, C. Joyce. ROW 2: E. Gabris, A. Brown, D. Dunahee, K. O'Keefe, V. Harrison,
B. Thomas, J. Svejcar, V. Hickethier, B. Nagel, B. Siese, S. Duris, D. Hagen, A. McMillan, R. Loomis, L. Sand
berg, C. Stephenson, M. Abel, S. Bremer. ROW 3: C. Farrel, M. Hanson, L. Everson, B. Beghin, K. Whiting,
K. Coffman, K. Donnelly, L. Goodbear, G. Miner, P. Sandberg, A. Retzlaff, S. Drollinger, N. Sumwalt, J. Lan-
er D Walker J Cam bell ROW 4- J Kaminski, S Peters, D Wormet P Preister, D Nelson, B Jo ce M
nsen, S. Wabashagin, D. Bennett, J. Houghton, L. Hudzinski, K.
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I-Iazisen, S. Sonia, M. Stanton, M. Stone, J. Soukup, E. Eckert, M. Lucke, Jl I-Iindes. ROW 5: S. Joyce, M. Svej-
car, J. Schwark, E. Olsen, C. Gutsmiedel, M. Pfister, M. Neilson, V. Bates, S. Lonetree, K. Clark, J. Van
Schoyck, C. Schweiger, E. Trelinski, N. Schleef.
Assistants Keep Library Running Smoothl
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BOTTOM ROW: B. Thomas, R. Cook, M. Leng, Miss Eichsteadt, L. Thompson, N. Sumwalt, M. Abel. ROW 2:
C. Sus, C. Burgess, E. Platt, D. Brousil, C. Guildner, L. Soma. ROW 3: K. Klicko, K. Whiting, A. Lewis, E. Fish,
C. Schulz, G. Nickel.
If it is material for a theme, scholarship information, or just pleasant reading that a student wants, he can usually
obtain any of them by asking for the assistance of a member of the Librarians' Club. There are 18 students in
the club, and they keep very busy charging out books, filing cards, mending books, doing the library housekeep-
ing, taking care of periodicals, and arranging the display window and bulletin boards.
Through their work in the library they become familiar with reference material and are a real help to their fel-
low students. Miss Eichsteadt is their advisor and guides them in their work in the library.
R. Cook, K. Whiting, E. Fish, and G. Nickel do some
housecleaning in the library.
M. Leng, President, L. Thompson, Vice-
President, N. Sumwalt, Secretary-
Key Club Encourages Service
BOTTOM ROW: D. Wright, D. McClyman, Mr. Reineking, J. Jax, A. Peters. ROW 2: T. Baggot, L. LaMar, R.
Stowers, E. Johnson, E. Schleef, J. Kaleas. ROW 3: T. Gussel, R. Wormet, M. VanDeuren, K. Schulz, J. Beard,
The Key Club has proved to be a service club dedicated to the school and the community since it was chartered
in 1955. The membership of 18 boys is limited to those who have showed qualities of leadership, service, initia-
tive, and scholarship.
The many activities of this year's club included helping the Red Cross blood bank, sponsoring a S100 scholarship
to a deserving senior, helping the Kiwanians package and distribute Christmas baskets, assisting the Easter Seal
drive, and handling the sale of junior class rings. The Key Club also sponsored the annual Blue -White Day fes-
tivities, which take place on the day that the Dells plays Baraboo on the home court.
Allan Peters, Secretary, Dave McClyman, President, Dick Wright,
Vice-President, Jim Jax, Treasurer.
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liver Christmas boxes.
Projectionists Keep Movie Reels Rolling
BOTTOM ROW: W. Crothers, D. Anderson, J. Wright, R. Flock, Mr. Brimer, K. I-Ieidel, B. Luke, M. Bennett, J.
Egge, L. Barton. ROW 2: P. Cone, L. Musiedlak, G. Walker, D. Englebretson, C. Steive, R. Briggs, G. Rounde-
bush, B. Brousil, S. Thomas. ROW 3: G. Platt, D. Hudzinski, J. Gissal, D. Steinhorst, M. Van Deuren, T. Tobin,
I-l. Heitke -P. Gregor-sen. ROW 4: A. Hudzinski, L. Schweda, B. Schultz, P. Tollakson, E. Cole, T. Gussel, T. Bag
got, D. Zinke, C. Wrezinski, J. Ives.
Audio-Visual Aids serve a definite part in today's education. It is the purpose of the Projectionist Club to aid in
the service and maintenance of equipment such as the projector, screen, film and other parts pertaining to the
visual aids program. Experience in setting up the projector, threading the film fsplicing it when broken J, operat-
ing the projector, and making sure it is always in good repair and ready to operate is excellent training for the
members of the club. Faculty members are grateful to Mr. Brimer and his club members for their assistance.
These boys make our visual aids program possible
School Daze Dishes News Up Hot
BOTTOM ROW: J. Peterson, B. Thomas, L. McNutt, Mrs. Draper, T. Reynolds, A. McMillan, J. Hays. ROW 2:
C. Farrel, P. Sandb 5 L. I-laferrnan, G. Roeker, H. Wimmer, B. Brockley, C. Guildner, A. Brown. ROW 3: M.
Roney, D. Nelson, S. Field, M, Meltz, P. Ramar, H. Foss. ROW 4: S. Peters, C. Gutsmie el, C. Wre-
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when Pete Walch walks down the hall, the newspaper staff jumps into action. It means "Deadline" Monday for
the volunteer staff under the direction of Mrs. Draper and Mr. Jarock. A11 news of school events, feature articles,
personality and sport stories, not to mention the gossip section from each class, is included in the section of the
local paper reserved for "Schoo1 Daze." This "School Daze" section plays an important part in our high school
life and is always read with a great deal of interest.
Staff checks "School Daze" as it appears in the Dells Events. 'fl '
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Council Keeps Joint Jumping
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Waterman, L. MaMar, L. Bremer, E. Schleef.
concerns the entire student body is sponsored by the Student Council under the direc-
Council members planned all Homecoming activities, the pep program, the parade, and
game. They organized class elections, arranging for campaign speeches and counting all
The Christmas tree, which the entire student body enjoyed, was bought and decorated
Council also arranged the schedule of student dances throughout the year. This year they
fkinitiated a March of Dimes dance as a benefit for the polio fund. So we say "Thanks" for the many services of
' tx the Council.
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Drollinger put finishing touches on tree.
G. Roeker, Secretary5 D. McC1yman, Presidentg
R. Stowers, Vice-Presidentg D. Gall, Treasurer.
Lettermen Bring Honor to W.D.H. .
BOTTOM ROW: J. Jax, R. Stowers, D. McClyman, Mr. DeMerit. ROW 2: S. Cook, M. Cook, K. C. Schulz E.
Schleef, T. Reynolds, J. Gaffney, P. Harding, K. Leege. ROW 3: D. Buckminister, M. VanDeuren, P. Gregerson,
A. Hudzinski, S. Lonetree, K. Sickenberger, J. Malloy, B. Ryan. ROW 4: G. Petersen, G. Albertson, D. Slayton,
A. Peters, D. Tofson, D. Ragan, I. Blackdeer, W. Retzlaff, B. Beard. ROW 5: J. Beard, B. Schultz, G. Gray, D.
Schultz, E. Johnson, T. Gussel, T. Baggot, R. Newell, E. I-Ieidtke.
The purpose of the WD Club is to encourage a high standard of athletics, to maintain a high level of scholastic
work, and to aid in carrying on the athletic activities of the school. All athletes who have won a major WD
letter are eligible to be members of this club. The club helps select the cheerleaders. All members take turns
ushering at the basketball games. During the holiday season, the club sponsors the annual Snow Ball.
R. Stowers, V-President, J. Jax--
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BOTTOM ROW: R. Loomis, C. Krenz, S. Joyce, S. Schaitel, B. Rain, Nf.'lMoon,1J..l-lines, C. Anderson, S. Fenske,
G. Raker, V. Bates, S. Drollinger, M. Lucke. ROW 2: A. Brown, M. Roney, M..Wenkman, V. Harrison, P. Prie-
ster, B. Nagel, K. Cone, K. Clark, D. Bennett, P. Bohlinger, J. Gay, Af. I-Iiclcethier, K. Penske, C. Reichardt, B.
Anchor, P. Dougherty. ROW 3: C. Colburn, K. Stevens, G. Steive, Heidtke., G. Cahoon, R. Grieger, J. Shanke,
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All through the school year, the chorus
practiced long and faithfully under the
direction of Mrs. Kelly to learn the
many songs that added so much to our
schooluactivities and special commu-
nity fuhctions. Highlight performan-
ces offthe year were such occasions as,
,Vete'ran's Day,nthe Christmas Concert,
il Spring Musiclfestival and Concert,
T Two added attractions this year were
a boys' double quartet and a girls'
triple trio. On February 13, the girls'
triple trio sang several selections at
the Orpheum Theater for the SWEA
Teacher's Convention at Madison.
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N. Holden, J. Hoesly, K. Rachuy, K. Bloss, J. Campbell, K. Fedderly, P Anderson ROW 4 D Jacobson S
Anderson, B. Heineke, B. Schultz, D. Schultz, B. Gaffney, J. Jacobson, G Johnson P Cleary B Anchor, T Bea
ver, D. Retzlaff, D. Cone, J. Bates, C. Harrison.
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K. Stevens. ROW 3: T.
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son, J. Malloy, S. Cook. ROW 2: J. Walch, D. Slayton, A. Hudzinski, T. Reynolds, J. Beard, B. Schultz, E. Cole,
B. Gaffney, J. Nelson, D. Dunahee, M. VanDeuren, K. Leege, Coach O'Malley. ROW 3: Coach Natter, L. Bremer,
P. Stowers, B. King, R. Horton, G. Cahoon, B. May, J. Gissal, S. Anderson, B. Hagen, J. Roeker, D. Gavinski, G.
Peterson, J. Golz.
Displaying excellent all -around team play and expert coaching, John O'Mal1ey's football team won second place
in the Conference losing only one game to Baraboo. They started the season on September 12 by grabbing their
first victory from Admas-Friendship with a score of 6 to 0. On September 19 they defeated Mauston by a score of
25 to 0. The Sparta game of September 25 ended with a score of '7 to 6. On October 3 the team went to Reeds-
burg where they came out on top with a score of 21 to 20. On October 10, they lost a heart-breaking game to
Baraboo by 13 to 6. On October 17, the Richland Center game ended with a score of 14 to 6. They were victori-
ous over Viroqua on October 24 by 20 to 7. On October 31, which was Dad's Day, they climaxed their successful
season by defeating Portage 45 to 0.
Jim Jax, who was named All-State tackle by the Associated Press, was chosen honorary captain and most valuable
player by his teammates.
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Albertson, D. Tofson, J. Malloy, D. McC1yman, R. Stowers, G. Gray, M. Van Deuren, Manager B. Heineke.
BOTTOM ROW: B. VanWie, T. Tobin, D. Wampler, D. Retzlaff, G. Jacobson, B. Schultz, G. Cahoon, J. Walch.
ROW 2: Manager M. Meltz, J. Gissal, D. Kaminski, C. Henry, B. Gaffney, S. Anderson, A. Hudzinski, J. Kaleas.
ROW 3: K. Leege, Coach Brimer, L. Bremer, L. Haferman
Team Varsity "B" Team
We They We They
Prairie du Sac 47 68 34 45
Mauston 69 58 33 31
Columbus 67 43 28 27
Sparta 51 55 40 38
Viroqua 64 50 38 22
Portage 63 35 24 31
Richland Center 74 53 24 26
Reedsburg 49 63 18 54
Baraboo 74 36 29 35
Nekoosa 89 38 40 17
Adams-Friendship 79 39 61 33
Richland Center 73 76 50 38
Baraboo 54 53 50 52
Reedsburg 60 83 30 48
New Lisbon 93 65 31 35
Portage 83 63 38 39
Adams-Friendship 77 44 42 27
Tomah 70 77 39 65
Reedsburg 57 71
Prairie du Sac 66 78
The WDI-IS Varsity basketball squad rolled
up a successful season under Coach Matter,
finishing the season in third place in the
Conference. Top scorers for the team
were Tom Gussel, K.G. Schulz, and Jack
Gaffney. Jack Gaffney was chosen captain
for the season by his teammates, and Tom
Gussel was named the most valuable player.
Tom Gussel was top scorer in the South
Central Conference with a total of 311
points for the season.
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C. Beahm, M. Kuikman, D. Buckminster, T. Reynolds, Mr. Brimer, P. Hemming, R. Tofson, J. Gaffney, R. Flock
As soon as the snow disappeared this spring, the members of Mr. Brimer's golf team turned to thoughts of approach
shots, sand maps, and holes in one. In recent years much interest has been shown in golf by the boys of our school,
and our team has developed skill in the game under the excellent coaching of Mr. Brimer. This season matches
were played with Baraboo, Portage, Reedsburg, and Prairie du Sac. The team also played in conference and WIAA
sectional matches. Wisconsin Dells was host this year for the Conference match, whichwas played on the Dell View
Tom Waits His Turn to Putt Jack Chips Up to Green Dick Hits a Long Drive
Baseball Team - Future Big Leaguers
BOTTOM ROW: B. Ryan, J. Walch, G. Petersen, M. VanDeuren, D. Tofson. ROW 2: B. McCullough, G. Gray,
R. Stowers, T. Gussel, D. Ragan, J. Malloy. ROW 3: K. G. Schulz, R. Huston, T. Baggot, Coach Natter
K. G. Schulz and B. Ryan at batting practice
In April spiked shoes, bats, and gloves
were taken from storage as Mr. Nat-
ter's baseball squad prepared for an-
other season. Three of the eleven
games were played on weekend trips
to southern Wisconsin, which were
financed by the Car-wash Project of
the club. Parry Harding was elected
captain for the 1958 season, and
Duane Ragan was named the most
valuable player. During the season
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'F Mauston 4 14
4' Lodi 20 6
Portage 20 6
4' Prairie du Sac 8 4
Reedsburg 6 8
Baraboo 2 0
4' Fort Atkinson 8 10
if Milton 4 19
'ff Orfordville 8 17
Richland Center 5 8
'F Reedsburg 0 11
Track Team Wins Conference Title
BOTTOM ROW: Coach DeMerit, T. Ryan, R. Ckurnan, J. Anchor, K. Harrison, D. O'Neil, J. Jax, M. Ryan. ROW
2: S. Lonetree, P. Gregerson, E. Schleef, G. Johnson, A. Peters, D. Schultz, D. McClyman, D. Goodhue, I. Black-
deer. ROW 3: J.Geisser, L. Schweda, B. Gaffney, K. Leege, B. Kimball, D. Wampler, D. Sickenberger, D. Olson
FRUITS OF VICTORY
D. McC1yman, J. Jax, S. Lonetree
When the southerly winds began to blow, the
cinder oval became the center of activity.
After school, track and field participants
got out and polished up on their particular
event. Theresult was rewarding, for the
track team won the 1958 South Central Con-
The season started with the Hartford Invi-
tational Meet, where Dean O'Nei1, Ken
Harrison, and Tim Ryan set a track record in
the shuttle hurdle relay. The Dells then
won decisive victories over Adams and Bara-
boo and tied with Portage in a triangular
meet with Portage and Mauston. The team's
next big victory was the Beaver Dam Invi-
tational by one point. The climax of the
season was a victory at the Conference
Meet held at LaCrosse. At the sectionals
Dean O'Neil and Spencer Lonetree qualified
for the state meet. Under the direction of
Coach DeMerit, the team turned in a fine
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BOTTOM ROW: K. I-Ieidel, J. Roeker, R. Horton, L. Volkey. ROW 2: E. Schleef, J. Conway, C Colburn, J
Stanke, J. Bullet, J. Waterman. ROW 3: Coach O'Malley, D. Schultz, E. Cole, R. Stowers, D Olson, B May D
Werner, Manager D. Nikols.
Wrestling has become one of the popular
sports in our athletic program, and words
like "pins," "decisions," and "escapes"
have been added to our vocabulary. This
year our wrestlers had a fine season under
the direction of Head Coach John O'Ma1ley
and his assistants, Mr. Pinkowsky and Dave
Fitzpatrick. During the season our team had
bouts with Reedsburg, Prairie du Sac,
Montello, Richland Center, and Tomah. The
Dells placed third in the Conference. The
Conference meet and the Sectional matches
were both held at Reedsburg. The winners
of the Sectional participated in the state
meet held in Madison on the weekend of
The winner--Jim Stanke!
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citement could be felt everywhere. Students were busily
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Student Council members were decorating the gym to the
theme "Autumn Leaves." Members of each class chose
their representatives: Freshmen, Nancy Sumwalt and Stan
Andersong Sophomores, Helen Wimmer and Bob Schultzg 5-1
Juniors, Pat Ramar and Tim Baggotg Seniors, Bev Thomas
and Jim Malloy.
Donna Clark and Jim Jax reigned as Homecoming Queen
and King. It was a perfect day for a parade, and the whole
town turned out to watch the gaily dec-
orated floats. The senior float won first
prizeg the sophomore float, second prize,
the Key Club float, third prize. The
Dells was victorious in their Homecoming
game with Richland Center, winning with a
score of 14 to 6. The grand finale of the
day was the crowning of the Queen which
took place at the Homecoming dance held
in the gym after the game.
Jim Malloy, Tim Baggot, Bob Schultz, Stan Anderson, King Jim Jax, Queen Donna Clark, Nancy Sumwalt, Helen
Wimmer, Pat Ramer, Bev Thomas
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On the evening of May 10, 1958, the S.S. South Pacific weighed anchor in
the bay of a beautiful south sea island. Queen Mary Roney and King Jack
Gaffney then stepped on to a land of swaying palms. In the light of a tropi
cal moon, Mary was crowned queen while sitting upon a glittering sea shell
The passengers on the boat making up the court were: Seniors, Dick Kelly
and Marlene Kimballg Jtuiiors, Dean Krause and Pat Stukelg Sophomores,
Ronnie Worrnet and Helen Fossg Freshmen, Bill Gaffney and Donna Nelson.
Russ Nelson and his orchestra supplied the music.
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