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

 - Class of 1960

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'W ,Sf f kd, A . 0 Q1 Lggqg C244 aes, 'QQ ,U fc We - ' fffffg N M0 C, Nfgttzvcegf if J Mfg -024 ' M S: 1- wg? fi CQ 1 C V QAQQZ14 'J J 53114-'l,l 4' mzemwzdf, 74a Sevzcbfa M44 'rf Wwwaem Dada Zimha Scion! 70chcoa4c2n Dead, 70weaa4c2s e as 464 m ini: I R 1 l r Q wk 74 If ' A X 3 M el, sl 9 This is OUR WORLD at WD High--a world of interesting classes, friendly teachers, lasting friendships, and gay activities It is a world of little things that hold it apart from all others-- fighting traffic jams in the halls, dashing to beat the tardy bell, waiting between classes for that special someone, cheering for our teams at games, dancing at parties, organizing club meet- ings, watching interesting assemblies. Here we live all the ripe experiences of our youth in an atmosphere of work and fun and friendly togetherness. Working with us, helping us discover our abilities and interests, our faculty and administration make Our World a wonderful place to be. In this book we, the Senior Class, present the record of OUR WORLD of 1959 and 1960. 2 ww Mm? M , ,,WfJ 0, WMM VWJOE W , ,wwjwfwww JWWW 0J0W,4f Wfnlfi. ,ad wJM Wwfgw 3 . Z v 'A 'f".., f "WI-IITEY" WALTERS Our World has been brighter because of his quiet efficiency, his endless patience with our antics, his friendly grin. In appreciation of his many years of faithful service, we gratefully dedicate our 1960 ARROW to Whitey. 4 Om WMM af f4dmau:4m4:awu47awaf, 6-ll Salou 12-25 26 -34' Ofzgandyatdou 35 -5 2 Spofzta 53-62 64-75 ,J is VL' 4,1 I L .,. v ' N j r FREDERICK C. REINEKING Principal Lakeland College, B.A. University of Wisconsin, M.A. His understanding of teenagers has attributed greatly to Mr. Reineking's success as Principal of our high school. He helps stu- dents achieve scholastic excel- lence and develop attitudes that will enable them to live success- ful lives after they leave Our World. He fills his position with friendly understanding and has earned the esteem, re ct, d affection of the entire de body. its 74eq ms - 3: 1 n ROBERT W. FENSKE Superintendent of Schools Eau Claire State College, B.S. University of Wisconsin, M.S. Supervising the entire Wiscon- sin Dells area school system in- volves immeasurable responsibil- ity. In Mr. Fenske Our World has a capable administrator who dis- plays efficiency and patience in performing his many duties. He works with the Board of Education and with the faculty striving to 'bring us every opportunity to pre- pare ourselves for our future world He is genuinely interested in every student and urges each one to do his best. ,un-Il E . ., ,.--w ' 7a Om WMM . BOARD OF EDUCATION k S erintendent M Tofson T. D. Crist, Jr., A. Crothers, R. LEFT TO RIGHT: E. Reynolds, R. Bork, R. W. Fens e, up , . , O'Conne11, H. Radlund, F. Reineking, Principal. Students of WD High School and citizens of the Wisconsin Dells area can be truly p roud of the b 1' f ' hi h standards and their interest in the young people members of the Board of Education. Their e ie in g b h wn b their willingness to take the time to serve without salary as of this community have een s o y members of the Board. We are fortunate in the courses made available to us and the faculty and facilities provided for us, d f akin Our World a wonderful place to spend our and we are grateful to the members of the Boar or m 'g high school years. Office Secretaries hold responsible positions in Our World. 'QQ Janice Washburn Barbara Koberstein YKZZWW CML - M4 fam, ,Z 3 iw , l val we J is ARVILLA V. EICHSTEADT University of Wisconsin B.S. Englishg Libraryg Librarians Club. RICHARD T. LUCKE University of Notre Dame A.B. Central State College Englishg Artg Debateg Forensics FREDERIC FORTNEY St.Olaf College B.A. Englishg Lating Newspaper. ERNIE J . HEIMAN University of Wisconsin B.S. Englishg Dramatics Q meg,-ft' -S- C L , . 5-rn' ' 'ily 'H if :- Mr. Fortney is shown here with Latin students Sandi Schaitel, Shari Drollinger, Dick Grieger, Jackie Campbell, and Dan Wenkman viewing bulletin board showing how, through the study of Latin, we increase our word power. audi DONALD A. SKARDA LaCrosse State College B,S, University of Wisconsin M.S. Algebrag Guidance Director WILLIAM H. FITZPATRICK Ripon College Ph. B, Biologyg General Science Student Council BRUCE GARD Platteville State College B.S. Chemistryg Mathematicsg Camera Club . ROBERT A, BRIMER Stout State College B.S. Industrial Artsg Mathematicsg Visual Aidsg Assistant Basketball Coachg Golf Coachg Freshman Advisor. Mr. Weigel is pictured with Paul Savage, Jlm Stanke, Randy Sus Ronnie Wormet, and Duane Bindley as they check the relative water retention of various soils u , ,fl ' l M 06636 ' X' BBUL ,W Nl' X9 f 'J J I IQ wif ,M www za' 53 J... ' JOHN R. O'MALLEY Platteville State College B.S. World Historyg U. S. Historyg Football Coachg Junior Class Advisor, Wrestling Coach. "Now, people, let's follow these campaigns of the Re- volutionary War," says Mr. O'Ma1ley as he points to a set of maps in U.S. History class. QM ui , Ely xr XX 'A ' - JM QW f ,J at ROLLIN NATTER Milton Collegeg University of Wisconsin B.S. Civicsg Geography, Basketball Coachg Assistant Foot- ball Coachg ' Baseball Coachg Sophomore Class Advisor. N 5 ELIZABETH PLENKE University of Wisconsin B.A. Shorthandg Typingg Annual. ORPI-IA REIFSTECK Western Illinois State College B.S. Bookkeepingg Typingg Organi- zations Accountant. if K3 1 1 . . ,AWWA 2 xr VO . MARIAN I. ZIMMERMANN LaCrosse State' Colle e B S g . . Physical Educationg Healthg GAA. JAMES A DeMERIT LaCrosse State College B.S. Physical Education Lett:ermen's Club. JANET WINN Stout State College B.S. Homemakingg FHA, ROBERT BESTUL Luther Collegeg University of Wisconsin Stevens Point State College B.S. Vandercook College of Music M.M.E. Band: Chorus. 77144466 In a world of increasing rush and tension, music lightens the mind. Here are Mr. Bestul and Donna Newman enjoying a les- son period. 11 Q-- 1 - ii' ' uz1 XMV N MOST INTELLIGENT Andrea H1cketh1er and Larry LaMar MOST COURTEOUS: Pat Ramer Roger Tofson BEST ALL-AROUND Janet Hays Tom Gussel MOST FRIENDLY Ann Retzlaff Tim Baggot 12 YY X l fx 1 y, I H vim W' ' may X txr u Q J fy tx tiff 'S-fix. ,J 1, gm I X vw N , jfs NL tiff: l ,f J Jll- f -1 , y' YY 1 ' 1 ' . 1 3 1 I N r n ,. Il P W K 5 Here is a short biography of each member of our class during our four years of high school. We realize that this chapter of our lives has ended and that soon a whole new realm of ac- tivity will crowd todays activities into the world of memory. So lest we forget - - - a el ,- it 7 - H f f e 1 7 li c X .yr 8 ri ,n 1:5 - , 3 ..f -E- 4 'lu f u f - Q .Y . . U 1 . 57. ' 'rl-J' 1 5 3 rn- a . N L 31 ,, . 4 , N V- " W if 5 Mer flfl WILLIAM A. ANCHOR I want to be bashful But the girls won't let me. Class President 1' Student Council lg Prom Court lg School Play 35 Chorus l,2,3,4. TOM BACKHAUS Quiet, reserved, and rather shy With a merry twinkle in his eye. Camera Club 15 Wrestling 4. TIM BAGGOT Star on the field and on the floor A coach's dream and plenty more. Football l,2,3,45 Basketball l,2,3,45 Baseball Z,3,45 Track 15 WD Club 253,45 Key Club 3,45 Chorus 45 Home- coming Court 3. CHARLES A. ln spr' g a young a fancy Tur to golf. 3 C era Club 1,25 ebate 15 School ay 35 d 1,2 , Band Council 45 GoH fa' W T 45 C ALICE JANE AHLHORN Never have we seen her shirk This wonderful girl who loves to work. Daze 253,45 Editor 45 Librarian I I T r A 4 -4 ly X VU 1 .wi , , 1 1 ' ' , rr' 'ft ' , 1 'Y ,,. 4 wh, U I I .-' 1 I ,,J,,,1r. f Hg, Lux M . 'L' E. f li I " f if . JH 1 is A-14" X L-FC, K Q- g V' ,, :cr . f .. x, -...i .r , ,Q-,,,..p., ::25:'f.1-'55ICL-.f1?:faE5X':Jf"1:S,?Qffg,L I' fS45g:5.:'3::wu'l' Jii'-5-QTQF' ' 5 5 1 -- fm M, LYLQEQ' lil GERALD ALBERTS ON In sports he helped us through He managed basketball and track, tO0. X Camera Club 1,45 WD Club 253,45 , 'X Track lg Basketball Manager 2,3. . L, BEARD a He is an up-right, down-right, all- 5 right guy. Q Key Club 3,4gXWD Club 3,45 Football 1 l,2,35 r5st1r1E2635iweLP1ay 4. - X ' ill A . we we V 'XM os NX J 5.5-, BETTY J. BEGHIN ar ,J WSL Jolly, cheerful, full of fun She 1S always on the run. 5. Band 1,25 Pep ciub 1,z,a, GAA 4. ' TI .nj wL lr '.z E W E DUANE BINDLEY Transferred from Baraboo 1 A All great men are dyingg I don't feel S 369 well myself Q X FFA 4. ' A Us 3 J' vb l N flaw 'iff J' MY' aim X591 lg. 4-we 34946 KATHLEEN A. Bross NJ She smiles on many just for fun But we all know there is only one. .4 G 3,45 Pep Club 35 School Daze 25 -2' ' l,2,3,45 chorus 1,2,3,4g School S ' 10 Qs- i I I W BARBARA CARY lplf' Bubbling over with laughter and fhn With never a worry for lessons nqtp Wadi dOl19. ' GAA l,2,3g Pep Club 1,2,3g FHA 32 J Class Treasurer 1. lik, ,JH I .,. . ,. fy PENELOPE LOUISE BOI-ILINGER She likes to dance, she likes to sing Our Penny likes most everything GAA 1,2,3,4g Pep Club l,2,3g School Daze 1,25 Band l,2,3,4g Chorus l,2,3,4. X, s WW L if ,U I ' I l if ltvgl? ly 5 1C 1 61'-XncllQfQ'Zgo4Jd4es,.5, ,f ' fan f deff J A ff . !fjf E4wU?2E:Cg kf3!3g f ff X 1 X 12 , x JH -'F JAMES R. BULLER f -aaegiEfj J fifjfaggg-5 jg g 1 Q 3siilElk After four years of faithful service I am finally dismissed. WD Club 3,49 Track 3,45 wresrnng 3,4. FLOYD MICHAEL BURKE Transferred from Colombus, Ohio I can resist anything Except temptation. Q42 A .Yf2sf'W , ly ff ff 'V EMERY COLE ' j-9 A trifle rough as some have fodnd When they collide with him on the football ground. Football 1,2,3,4g Wrestling 3,45 Track 1,2,4g Forensics 1,2,3,4g WD Club 3,43 Projectionist Club 2,3,4. 5756545 it K , JQIJ jfhy w Q. , 4 Q, g 4,- " fi ky! ,fp 5.11. 57 ' gigs!! 45 Q., JP' lf I 165 "' A Ag DELBERT R. CONE A bug with a camera, always on the - spot He gets news and pictures while . they're hot. Camera Club 1,2,3g Annual Staff 45 V A Forensics lg Projectionist Club 1: Cho- rus 1,2,3. - H UW .,.,fr., ..-qs - I-ji KAREN CONE M14 Music hath charms and so hath tliisci I musician. Band l,2,3,4g Chorus 1,2,3,4g School Daze,2,3,4g GAA 1,2,3,4g Pep Club 1,2,3g Forensics 1,3,45 Band Council 2,3,45 Prom Court 3g Aeinual Staff 4. JUN qxhpfil A ylvqfv' i .QYQP I .lf .W p V NJJ9 ffm 13' H H JOSEPH M. CONWAY Transferred from Mauston If I'm not near the girl I love I love the girl I'm near. Wrestling 2,'3,4g Track 3,45 WD Club 3,4. ll " Y - 1 ' . 'Z' I -...y " i ig RITA ANN coox I ' Y 7 She spoke not often ' tg 'A ,, F A I ut wisely when she did. ,xp A 7 1, 1 W HA 1,2,3,4g Librarian Club 2,a. N frS?i:eee:f li , J V , H- xl' g 3. W X' 'A I KATHY M. DONNELLY fv M . I ff She wouldn't be good if she could And she cou1dn't be good if sh would. J FHA 1,2,3,4g Pep C1 A ,35-Q 43 Band 1. pg, . www. e P RICIA R. DOUGHERTY It i ice to be natural I u are naturally nice. 1,2,3,45 Forensics 1,35 Band 1 2,3g Chorus 1,2,3,4. fur-ff-f f rfffi' LORNA L. EVERSON Gee A l .p N.V,l it i f . A My car may not be very new 'E' r1,' ,": "1 ,.' A ' ' V But show me the road it won't go ' jj V "," L 'If 'p through- .Q V' . 1 . If - VII..-:Zf'5'-Q.f2i' " A' ' " FHA lg GAA 1,2,3,4g Pep Club l,2,3g 1 .p I ' 9fra,f5fgggmg,i.aa.lf Forensics 25 Debate 1,2,3,4. Q Q. .V V , ' ' -5122. DIANA M FLATH ' Hear the commotioh? I I have arrived. ' ff GAA l,2,3,4g Pep Club 1,2,3g Camera " Club 3. ' W Xue? . . , . p 1 , , .H I w f I , '!?"3ur': il fr l . ign- 0 ' 1 i IA I I y X wif' f. X I V ' l T Em' i N xi ' ,Sl-Tir: ' "H 1 "Hr f . .I F . iii .. I I ff? ..,. :Q "4:...':'1f:El f , "-' ' " ' - .... . pd, WSH Xu N ,',..1:j'iM 1 QE' ,..v1 ,4,55 Z ml'fW"'l"l'YQQ, i . W gg ' - 4" ' Ea.: ' 1 ' I. il X, 112 LW? Q, Axe -able - ,i W I ' ww .r 16 ' Q lun!! acl! tw CM if DARLENE M GALL ,ff Qzwarlfej In school Darlene will always rate ,' She was selected for Badger State. n ,Aj Pep Club 2,35 FHA 1,25 Student Counpbbg C11 3, Annual staff 4, Badger Girl's -1 Un j State 3g Librarian Club 4. Y ,421 ,N Q01 1 JJ ffl D 1 Y. 1 V .fi fl 1 LMA L, GARY R. GRAY X Twinkle, twinkle athletic star What a bashful boy you are. Camera Club lg Key Club 4, WD Club 2,3,4g Baseball 1,2,3,4g Projectionist Club 1,2g Football 2,3,4g Basketball l,2,3,4g Homecoming Court 4. PETER GREGERSON ove 'em all You might miss a good one. Camera Club 1,2,3,4g Projectionist Club 2,3,4- Track 2,4g WD Club 3,4. BEVERLY GRIEGER Honored by teachers and her friends We hope her good fortune never ends GAA 1,45 School Daze 2, Band 1,2,3,45 Home coming Court 4. I. 2 lf' 1 .'.' .If X . -EE .N-?'x 'YALL fl- I '. l-:la'i.-ni' lx RONNIE P. FLOCK What would be rarer under the sun Then Rormie in class with his work all done? Camera C,lilb l,3,45 Student Council 13 E , Projectio ,st Club 2,3,4g Wrestling 35 X547 Foarbaiffz, Volleyball 3, Basketball , 312,43 , eball 45 Golf 1,2,3g School Z Afhflaw' . ff 'A HELEN MARIE Foss When on the farm do as the farmers f . Q 3 " '10 jf. When in the city do as you please. , I' " GAA l,2,3,4g Pep Club l,2,3g Fl-IA lj f' ' ' School Daze 2,3,4g Band l,2,3,4g Cho- J ' ,rus 45 Class Treasurer 23 Prom Court 2. f N I - Ll HILDA GREINER en she is needed, she will be there ready to do her share. Band l,2,3,4g FHA 1,25 Pep Club 2. TOM GUSSEL He knows a football field isn't the only place You need a good line. Camera Club 1,25 Forensics lg Key Club 3,4g WD Club 1,2,3,4g School Play 45 Projectionist Club 3,45 Chorus l,2,4g Football 1,2,3,4g Basketball l,2,3,4g Baseball 1,2,3,4g Homecoming ' Court 1. ' JANET J. HAYS Smiles make the world go round So I help it all I can. GAA 1,2,3,4g Pep Club 1,2,3g Forens- ics 1,2,3,4g School Daze 1,2,3,4g Band 1,2,3,4g Annual Staff 4. KENNETH I-IEIDEL On my desk my books do lie They are at rest and so am I. Camera Club lg Projectionist Club 2,3,4g Track 1,2,3,4g Wrestling 2,3,4g School Play 1,2,-49 Forensics 1,35 Bas- ketball 1. BILL HEINEKE To be happy a man should be surrounded By his girl and a glm. Forensics 2,3,4g WD Club 45 Basketball 1,2,3,4g Camera Club 1,2,3,4g Chorus 1,2,3,4g School Play 3,45 Football 1,35 Track 25 Baseball lg Class Vice Presi- dent 2g Annual Staff 3,4. WILLIAM HENRICHS Long, lean, and likeable. School Play 15 Camera Club 1,25 Projectionist Club 1,25 Forensics 33 Key Club 3,45 Chorus 4. LINDA LEE HAFERMAN Who could like school When he is no longer here? Pep Club 1,2,35 School Daze 1,2,3,4g Student Council 23 Class Secretary 39 GAA 45 Camera Club 45 School Play 4. WY eff' M afffff M mini l DENNIS R. HAGEN IYTFW ANDREA JEAN HICKETHIER . Sometimes beauty and brains go hand in hand. GAA 1,2,3,4g Chorus 1,2,3,4g Student Council 13 Forensics 1,35 School Play lg Pep Club 25 Homecoming Court 1. ji ,iv mf SELLA A. I-IINDES 1 school days Kare over for this girl 'Il M Now slyefll gitlmexybhxexvkorld a whirl I PATRICIA ANN HOLTON ll Clever, kind and always sweet N To everyone whom she will meet. RICHARD F. HUDZINSKI School is here to stay, But I'rn definitely not. C u 23 Track lg S W Play 3, Forensics 1. Sf 4 Q n ei .,a. I '9'E5 ' 1 Q3 2: P7 ay. W VW A JOSEPH J. IVES The less I learn, The less I have to remember Football lg Basketball 1. 0 .flak N . 1 at 3 f L N XL fx w A. I HAROLD JENSEN MQ! Silence is one of the great arts of ' conversation. C. ACOBSON her eyes, Q :e5'ihWl cf'- vu, 152. '1 ,Ffif fi-Q, C, J , KAY LOUISE KLICKO Happy and gay In a wonderful way. FHA 1,25 Librarian Club 3,43 Band merri ent in disquise. P Club 2,35 GAA 4. PATRICIA A. JOYCE Something fitting should be said of 0 But anything that's nice will do. . FHA 1,2,3,45 Pep Club 2,3. l,2,3,4. ' ,W Xi ' . 7 ' w . A U . - if A yum xv.-X o ERSTEIN .pq ,rfg j Of say, Q - -uf ve n gn' n very way. . X , . 4 I ' WWIWW My W suffers PJ-1-.1-'WMS as-swift e Au ' lesabit s o for Gs? Q PM 4g,P Clu 3 12- S era5-blflb o e3 5, 63 Cho , assS etary 4. W. LAR c.LaMAR R4 r I know not what grade others may get But ive me A's or ive me death 8 8 - Camera Club 1,2,3,4g Student Council S Key , . . . . W Club 3 4, Projectiomst ra . . ck 4, Basketball 1, Bad 35 Class President 4. JUDITH ANN NELSON Men are such a bother, But I like to be bothered. Band 1,2,3,4g Pep Club 1,2,3g Camera Club 2,35 Forensics 35 Homecoming Court 23 FI-IA lg Band Council 1. it MARY C. NIELSEN I save my energy for after sc hours. 20 Pep Club 1,2,3: GAA 4. , 4 - I-fi' V,-- M4 But with half a chance she would be a f J .rw A u :Y MW Nagra Mice, a ays Etrivi g t 1 s ' fo ' EILE,5NflANF gfcombgt' 'll of mbi ifblxlfand ease. HA 36,37 - Pe u . gf I I y af . X 72 11 lf M GU' AJ: JANICE E. LONETREE Q, A friendly girl who is usually quiet riot. School Daze 2. GEORGIA MINER Georgia is a quiet lass Until you get her out of class. GAA 1,2,3,4g Pep Club 1,2,3,4. uso MUSIEDLAK I live for fun and fun I have. O! gl fl, FFA 1,2,3,-4g Football 2,4g Baswww Projectiomst Club 2? AON I X X ALAN PETERS Both hands on the wheel His eye on the road to success. Track 1,2,3,45 Football 45 WD Club 1,2,3,45 Camera Club 1,45 Forensics 2,35 School Play 35 Key Club 2,3,45 Basketball 15 Projectionist Club 15 Volleyball 3,45 Librarians Club 45 Annual Staff 45 t dent Council 4. MARY ANN PFISTER She's feeling at her best, Whe 1,2,3,4, Pep Club 1,2,3. cl . Z,- I ,l Y , R- ,rid c .-V 2' H ' 1 , 1 , ' J: ' , Ejui+glQ 2 5 Aww 0 H , H Wm m ' 'Wglllgg R W W1 :uw y fx 1 lj the best friends Club 1,2,35 Camera Daze 3,45 Band 3,45 Class Secretary Court 1. 2 ART1-IA JANE RONEY DON J. ROGGE Pupils should be seen and not heard FFA 1,2,s,4. n she can be the constant pest 113 W I I!!! ,I ' K u,6 .f J V Jn,-7 f 1 J' 7 J JO 1 , ,f af, 1 ,f .W - - L E if I 'wi- cu - fgffj . f H Af-,, 6 m 5 , f xf fQ 7 ! ff ff if ,f 3 nn' w X 2' . ..,., in :,,,---- rv- 3 "'W"aM'iw IFJ" I" 1 --W uf5Q'YY1'Wfia"'g:25g",M " 'Um mmm m N mwlll W H' NNE! H'wwlllTll?r'S',igBw?5?" - is w w F - - ' be is H' Q H. In , urswwwm W ufI'uw,gm,w I A-"s'Jv1M,2:mu uw ww , .. r rea Z I ,W eff , JULIA MARIE SCHANKE Sunny disposition, pretty red hair Happy-go-lucky, never a care. X 7 Pep Club 1,2,3g GAA 1,2,3,4g chorus QM 1,2,3:4- v RICHARD SCHULTZ Punter of the pigskin . . . playboy of the parlor. WD Club 2,3,4g School Play lg Cho- rus l,2,3,4g Football 1,2,3,4g Track 2,3,4g Wrestling 2,3,45 Volleyball 3,4g Homecoming King 45 Class Treasurer 4. LAWRENCE J. SCHWEDA Don't look at me girls, It makes me nervous. Projectionist Club l,2,3,4g Football 25 Track. KAREN MARY SCULLY Transferred from Mauston A new addition to our senior class Is this pretty, likeable lass. 'D ROBERT RYAN Bob without a girl Is like curly hair without a curl. Baseball l,2,3, Football Manager lg Volleyball 1,2,3g Forensics 2,45 WD Club 1,2,3,4g Pep Club 3. PEGGY SANDBERG On the throne Peg was seen Reigning as our blonde Prom Queen. GAA 2,3,45 Pep Club 1,2,3g Camera Club 45 School Daze 3,45 FHA lg li' 1 Prom Queen 3. ffm 'Fil' I T 2 J 1 QQKV l- , , mm - .7 E' . ' 1 : - ,a -oe 1 , , u' , - :iz 5 1 I 24, J I - 1' ,. LA. ' jf' 5 2,1 " Y - " -er 1' x -' 2 - I is ' ' Q- YE. .X 3:2 if W ' " :f 155: :"1Sf.E'-'E if--ftffrv I . '35 Q I P fly X Q ' W I .Wm ' " W I I I , 2, I-If I - "' E y Lg f' fx 4 H, H kg H W H AW . " 1 -'-.YG ,RIS , "' 'wt -'J' i 1 'hvl 51-'L 5H.fAJ-W, XX , A! J avg' n..EVj,-rf,,,f5A-::5,,,,f ,ip ti ,7 V 5: H lm V' N : 39? p, M Q.: 'I ' f-xr k ffvf l ' ' M- ' "1 'Yr-, fuf1fj'E'j. , 2.2 , 1,,Qgg:,,-j :MSI 7'fT1,,.3-.,l,,,rf1'1l '53 Jw' I -9 JH rw' L: -,gy a,"-if MEIN- 5 'XCiH:j"iEkf.:.i.w,5i jg . 'Mfg '12 " '. SJW ,w:W'.1! . 2fwf21f.r Il Hi I r I Q ru. .4 ag.ef+ A ,Q -f-.ef ,ra I lm '.'-ff"-N-wvg..r -3-5 iii? E-MG.:-fl Tri. -4555.1 T" Ir' .Lv - , ,irigriti I I E .aiu EDWARD A SICKENBERGER There is a little bad ln the best of us. Chorus 1,2,3,4g Wrestling 2,45 Vol- leyball 4. Y-All POLLY A ITH I as o "h " . 'A He has i . FHA 1,2,3,4g Pe , ,3g GAA 1,2,3,4. I STEVEN SMITH 1 What would I tell my grandchildren HU If all I did was study? 5 Camera Club 25 Projectionist Club lg l Baseball lg FFA 3,45 wfesnang 2. W5 ll I V, W, ALFRED SPAUDE l A little work and lots of play Q That is the way Al fills his day. X Camera Club lg Projectionist Clul: -in I W RANDOLPH E. SUS War is terrible l But women are much worse. ll FFA 1,2,3,4g Camera Club 1,2g Pro- H jectionist Club l,2,3,4g Chorus 15 I Volleyball lg School Play 4. 1 DEWEY TOFSON N His limbs are cast in manly mold i For chordy sports and contests bold. l' Class Vice-President lg Class Treas- l urer 33 Camera Club l,2,4g Forensics ,N 1,2,3,4g WD Club 2,3,4g Basketball I l,2,3,4g Track lg Baseball 2,3,4. arms har is-we W- in 5 n s f JAMES H. STANKE On the wrestling team he's a riot But in class he's so quiet. FFA 1,2,3,4g Football 45 Wrestl'- 3,4. MARY THERESA STANTON Contagious giggle, laugh a minute, Where there is fun, Mary is in it. Pep Club 1,2,3g GAA 2,3,4g Chorus 4. ROGER R. STOWERS His only fault is that he has no faults. Football 1,2,3,4g Basketball l,2,3,4g Baseball 1,2,3,4g Key Club 2,3,4g WD Club 2,3,4g Band l,2,3,4g Class Presi- dent 3g Band Council 2,3,4g Prom Court 3g Homecoming Court 29 Badger Sta 35 Student Council 3. INDA LOU SUMWALT he orld loves a worker, she has ition to spare Y l always find herhelpingwhen ork is there. P Club 1,2,3g GAA 45 Librarian C ub - orensics 2,3,4. ga ROGER WILLIAM TOFSON A golfer and our Prom King Roger does well in everything. WD Club 3,45 Chorus l,2,45 Basketball 1,25 Baseball 1: Golf 2,35 Volleyball 3,45 Class Vice President 35 Prom King 3. PETER TOLLAKSEN A big frame provides room for a big heart. Camera Club 1,45 School Play 25 Pro- jectionist Club 1,2,3,45 Football 2, Volleyball 45 Pep Club 3. W WMM M W . 5 I if Q- 5. "gf-L., .W W . .. . . . Ei 5 it X rl f 5 I llf, W ,gli ' - A 'Sr-s', I P1 4 'V -N .' j:v,i'j, I ff I N 323 , U I I We 5 'ilfjf' I A ' -f fr i l L! RONALD WORMET Just a guy with pleasant ways Just a friend through all our days. FFA 1,2,3,45 Key Club 3,45 Class President 25 Volleyball 3,45 Football 45 Baseball 45 Prom Court 2. KATHLEEN ZICK Efficient and nice, neat as a pin Her friendly way will always win. we O ,y -A, N , 5 W lit V I,-5 s M of 45, E X H. MARTIN VanDEUREN I-le admits there are two sides to every story--- I-lis own and the wrong side. Football 1,2,3,45 Basketball 1,2,3,45 Baseball 1,2,3,45 Camera Club 1,25 Forensics l,2,3,45 Key Club 253,45 WD Club 2,3,45 Projectionist Club 11213145 Class Vice President 4. MARGE L. WALKER She often burns the midnight oil But never, never with school work toil. GAA 2,3,45 Pep Club 2,35 FHA l,2,3,4. JUNE M. WALTMAN Along her way she'11 always spread A little sunshine everyday. Chorus 45 FHA 1. Y ' vfflgv Q- "3 Q n 1 . 2- -1. Z PATRICIA ANN WOLF RAM l could be better if I would But it is awfully lonesome being Club 1,z,3, Band fwaia J we S it 4 GJ 5. . I . . QQD S 5 . fi' Q s .g 1 ' l T i 5 A . , g - f 5 is 5 04 GAA 1. V '.,' lily ' si ding- 1 Y 5. .. .Jef f 11" 1- --- - -- .. But -2351 - 1, DONALD ZINKE They say hard work never hurt anyone :ake a chance? 5 ro ctionist Club fl 1 9' SHARON L, SOMA She turned her radio to the air The waves landed in her hair Pep Club 1,2,3. .IERROLD J, GEISSER ' - Q .- Asqueak, agroan, a mighty shudder car departs from the gutter. A -"' v l 'lfg,,.f ransferred from Reedsburg A - rack 2, ' - 5 l W S Not pictured HX ' Q WAYNE F, DUNAHEE ' We Are Proud Of Our Leaders Our Senior Class Advisor STEPHEN PINKOWSKY SENIOR CLASS OFFICERS Larry LaMar, Presidentg Dick Schultz, Treasurerg Dorothy Brousil, Student Coun- cilg Corinne Krenzl, Secretaryg Martin Van Deuren, Vice -Presidentg Allan Peters, Student Council. ' ww " ,. Nj.: - wr- Ji-.. ' .hw n' sf 25 'E il ,E w if - 5:5 5 ' Z if A-wvlem ,H A " ,Z I: ,Y , in P? 112511213 .,,, ,. ,, . V , V-' 'l-. '3 .f A .. ' , . My . -.. FRESHMAN CLASS OFFICERS A. Carlson, President, Klundt, Treasurer, C. Eckert, Student Council, E. Gall, Student Council, F. Wormet, Secretary, M. Crum an, Vic e -President . I I U JUNIOR CLASS OFFICERS P. Tucker, President, D. Wampler, Student Coun- cil, S. Fenske, Treasurer and Student Council, D. Wormet, Secretary, G. Schulz, Vice-President. .'.. I 4 I gm 4 E I SOPHOMORE CLASS OFFICERS SEATED: M. Van Schoyck, Student Council, C. Har- rison, President , C. Guild- ner, Secretary. STAND- INGf" R. VanWie, Treas- urer, C. Wrzesinski, Stu- dent Council, G. Cahoon, Vice-President. fi ff sssm W ,X f We seniors are about to embark on a new adventure. We leave behind those who have unfinished work to do and lessons to learn -- the underclassmen. We urge them to ignore our mistakes, to make good use of the time they still have, to take advantage of the opportuni- ties open to them. May they build themselves into worthy citizens of Our World. 0 5 4 W B-OTTOM ROW: M. Bogh, S. Chiconich, A. Brown, V. Bates, C- Anderson, S. Anderson. ROW 2: W. Brockley, P. Cone, C. Colburn, D. Bindley, L. Dahl. ROW 3: J. Bohn, O. Beaver, D. Dempsey, W. Abel. Xt BOTTOM ROW: D. Griffin, J. Gay, C. Farrel, S. Field, J. Georgeson, S. Fenske. ROW 2: C. Gabris, J. Dunham, J. Fish, S. Dunahee, W. Gaffney, G. Greendeer. BOTTOM ROW: J. I-Ioesly, S. Kohl, R. Henricksen, E. Jantz, J. Hodge, C. Gutsrneidl. ROW 2: M. Hanson, R. Horton, K. Huber, D. Harding, J. Kaleas, H. Heidtke. 28 K.- . A . 427 BOTTOM ROW: C. Sine, J. Soukup, B. Thomas, L. Sandberg, M. Svejcar, G. Roeker. ROW 2 C. Schweiger, G. Schulz, D. Sickenberger, P. Savage, M. Prienter. ROW 3: V. Smith, R. Schultz, G. Platt. B24 BOTTOM ROW: G. WhiteEagle, D. VanDuch, K. Whiting, E. Trelinski, D. Wormet, M. Water- man, H. Wimmer. ROW 2: J. Wright, D. Wampler, P. Tucker, J. Walch. ROW 3: R. Werner, C. Jewell, T. Tobin. BOTTOM ROW: A. McMillan, S. Peters, D. Nelson, J. Kaminski, J. Peterson, K. O'Keefe. ROW 2: W. Kimball, R. Pagel, D. Marsich, R. Olson, G. Mackesey, G. Peterson. ' 29 'Y H ' "' ! BOTTOM ROW: J. Bates, C. Burgess, B. Anchor, J. Campbell, M. Abe, M. Bennett. ROW 2: R. Beard, D. Anderson, S. Anderson, D. Carter, R. Briggs. ROW 3: R. Beard, L. Bremer, B. Brousil, G. Cahoon. an Z xe- .X 4, A f , lb w Pi' , X w , ...W N V, L VA, BOTTOM ROW: R. Cook, D. Englebretson, D. Coon, J. Farrell, W. Crothers, P. Cleary. ROW 2: B. Donnelly, M. Erickson, K. Fenske, S. Drollinger, C. Dunham. ROW 3: K. Coffman, D. Dunahee, R. Cline, G. Egge. X! f' -ZW BOTTOM ROW: D. Gavinski, E. Gabris, C. Guildner, B. Gunn, W. Hagen, R. Galitz. ROW 2: J. Graff, L. Haferman, R. Grieger, E. Graff, C. Henry. ROW 3: G. Huber, C. Harrison, K. Hindes, A. Hudzinski. 30 ' I U O I 3? BOTTOM ROW: B. Joyce, J. Langer, L. Kalis, R. Loomis, M. Kerwin, M. Lucke, S. Keen. ROW 2: M. Meltz, H. Manthey, D. Kaminski, K. Lueck, R. May, E. Leege. ROW 3: L. Miotke, G. Jacobson, R. La.Due. BOTTOM ROW: D. Nikols, R. Potter, D. Payne, J. Roeker, G. Nickel, L. Soma. ROW 2: E. Olson, J. Schwark, C. Stephenson, N. Moon, B. Raitz. ROW 3: G. Zick, W. Oeftger, P. Stow- ers, D. O'Keefe, D. Pikel. BOTTOM ROW: M. Stone, B. Wampler, C. Sus, P. Williams, L. Thompson, N..Sumwa1t, M. Van Schoyck. ROW 2: S. Thomas, F. Svejcar, L. Barton, M. Swansby, J. Tollaksen, R. Van- Wie. ROW 3: J. Waterman, C. Wrzesinski, D. Wenkman. 31 Zdfu! BOTTOM ROW: C. Cramer, J. Bohn, P. Cahoon, J. Bruns, B. Albertson, I. Donnelly, P. Demp- sey. ROW 2: J. Bindley, A. Carlson, M. Delrnore, C. Eckert, M. Baggot, M. Clark. ROW 3: C. Backhaus, L. Dunahee, R. Bremer, G. Dunahee. BOTTOM ROW: H. Hanson, D. Gray, T. Farrell, E. Gall, R. Ford. ROW 2: C. Feddersen, M. Gruman, J. Galitz, B. Guilclner, P. I-Iames. ROW 3: G., Graff, R. Grant, M. Erickson, D. Graff. BOTTOM ROW: B. Hueston, C. Hartman, B. Kesler, J. Kimball, R. Jansen, R. Huber. ROW 2: T. Heisz, C. Hilliard, J. Hickethier, S. Joyce, P. Howley, L. Hartwig. ROW 3: J. Hedges, A. Henry, W. Holderman. 32 .W 1 LLL 57? N X W W WR W W W WW W W W W W WW W W W W W W W W W W W W W W W W WW WW W WW am- em ' mY fi ,,..1 BOTTOM ROW: N. Neelis, J. Floyd, C. Martin, P. Marshall, C. Koepcke, M. Mitchell, B. Na gel. ROW 2: D. Langer, D. Labrenz, D. Kozlowski, A. Larson, A. Lorenzen, C. McNutt. ROW 3: C. Klundt, L. McCullough, D. Leischer. BOTTOM ROW: S. Peters, C. Smith, N. Soma, M. Oeftger, S. Schaitel, R. Sine, D. Newman. ROW 2: G. Sickenberger, T. Ryan, S. Petranek, J. Olson, M. Pearson, B. Smith. ROW 3: B. Savage, G. Parchem, E. Rogge. BOTTOM ROW: T. Tobin, H. Warriner, R. Voights, D. Stanke, J. Weiss, H. Stafford. ROW 2: J. Wegert, D. Stukel, C. Timlin, G. VanDeuren, F . Wormet. ROW 3: I... Waltman, J. VanWie, F. Waite, C. Walker. 33 Our school provides an industrial art program to ac- quaint students with various vo- cational fields. Mr. Brimer is shown oversee- ing students' work in a me- chanical draw- ing class. , ig' YW 54- W- 74' at Weak A. Carlson, C. Backhaus, R. Huber, T. Gray, J. Farrell, and L. Soma believe that a study period should be used for study. A knowledge of short- hand is important for the business world. Here is Jeanne Hoesly giving some practice dictation to the beginning short- hand class. U l 44 w U il J U W il U5Q'?:r aff A X xirpf-A - , K 4' 'f M MM , X X , 1113! XX jf I I Classroom activity is only wa part of the program necessary to prepare us for the world we are to enter after we graduate. Member- ship in school organizations and participation in extracurricular activities give us a chance to develop our abilities and personalities and to work cooperatively with one another. We are grateful for the various organizations in Our World which have given us such opportuni- ties . i w rl i V 5. H I c il :P ri 'T .gd , W n, Tl L, e 1-'La' 2 91' " 'Sf -lv fx Z , 23,5 is i K fm VSIWAVZJ ' BOTTOM ROW: S. Penske, J. Peterson, H. Foss, B. Cary, C. McNutt, H. Wimmer, J. Nelson. ROW 2: J. Hays, C Eckert, G. Roeker, E. Jantz, C. Guildner, J. Georgeson, J. Gay, P. Ramer, C. Beahn, K. Klicko, S. Field, B. Guildner, C. Dunham, J. Bohn. ROW 3: A. I.orenzen, D. Newman, G. VanDeuren, H. Greiner, C. Backhaus, B. The band under the direction of Mr. Bestul is a very active organization. Band members rehearse during the X period on Mondays, Wednesdays and Thursdays and spend many hours at home preparing for concerts and other activities. The band enter- tained the members of the community and student body at a delightful Christmas concert and spring concert. Band members were active in the Solos and Ensembles Contest, and the band as a unit par- ticipated in concert, sight reading, and marching in the Spring Festival at Portage. The band added zest and enthusiasm at our football and basketball games and our pep meetings. The Band Council worked hard to promote Talent Night and a Spring Cabaret to help the band meet its expenses. gaze! 1444445 BAND COUNCIL BOTTOM ROW: M. Baggot, C. Guildner, J. Peterson, K. Cone. ROW 2: C. Eckert, P. Stowers, B. Gaffney, R. Stowers. 36 W ' A A + A f, 5.9 ,Q X, A A - A A A A A A , A is . AAAAAQA0 . AA WH A A A A . 1 :Aw A A S 't e1, B. Grieger, M. Svejcar, M. Baggot, S. Thomas, C. Anderson, P. Wolfram, K. Penske, K. Tim- IA min, K loss, B. Anchor ROW 4: J. Hodge, P. Bohlinger, M. Roney, A. Brown, R. Stowers, B. Schultz, F. Svejcar, A J. 7' . 5? t - es Mr Bestul H or A ,QB M A I 4, , 4, 1 ' aemfd. A 'N A A . Maj orette Jeanette Gay A A A AA A A A AA A A A A A A A QUVQ TWIRLERS Christine Anderson, Judi Nelson, Gretchen Van Deuren, Ann Lorenzen fl., A " wma O 5 n .1 X ew , X X ... ,,., f ,, V . 1: li I!! -f .I 5 il. at CHORUS BOTTOM ROW: M. Stanton, P. Williams, C. Koepcke, P. Priester, G. Roeker, B. Raitz, N. Moon, D. Van Duck, S. Schaitel, J. Olson, A. Lorenzen, C. Krenz, K. Bloss, V. Bates, B. Kesler, R. Loomis, B. Nagel, S. Schaitel. ROW 2: H. Foss, P. Dougherty, S. Drollinger, B. Anchor, M. Lucke, J. Campbell, S. Fenske, J. Hickethier, I.. Hartwig, K. Fenske, J. Gay, K. Clark, J. Hindes, M. Hanson, S. Peters, S. Joyce, M. Roney, A. Brown, P. Wolfram. ROW 3: K. 'Zfwwi 70446 Sweet TRIPLE TRIO Robert Bestul, Director BOTTOM ROW: A. Lorenzen, L. I-Iartwig, C. Krenz, S. Joyce. ROW 2: V. Bates, B. Anchor, J. Gay, J. Olson. ROW 3: M. Bag- got, J. Hoesly, P. Bohlinger, J. Schanke, C. Timlin. 2' , N A J Y v .4 N I 4 w Cone, H. Wimmer, J. Hoesly, C. Anderson, M. Baggot, K. Timlin, P. Bohlinger, J. Schanke, D. Schultz, T. Gus- sel, B. Gaffney, S. Anderson, G. Cahoon, E. Sickenberger, T. Ryan, M. Delmore, J. Bindley. ROW 4: M. Erickson, C. Eckert, P. Cone, C. Harrison, R. Sus, R. Tofson, B. Anchor, E. Johnson, B. I-Ienrichs, J. Jacobson, B. Schultz, D. Stukel, D. Grieger, H. Heidtke, G. Stieve, J. Walch. . M . The Candlelight procession by the members of the chorus which opened the Christmas program was a highlight of a busy year. Rehearsing twice a week, the seventy-two singers, accompanied by Karen Cone, prepared for their public appearances. On December 16 the chorus joined the band in presenting the Christmas Concert and the Spring Concert on March 25. The chorus entered the Festival on May 14 in Portage, and many of the more en- thusiastic members also participated in the solo and ensembles contests at Portage. Members of the band and cho- rus not only serve their school, but they gain an appreciation of music which they can use the rest of their lives. Jill Olson, Ann Lorenzen, and Corinne Krenz lead the Can- dlelight Pro- cession at the Christmas Con- Cert. STUDENT coUNc1L SEATED: E. can, M VanSchoyck, S. Fenske, D. Brousil, C. Wrzesinski, C. Eckert. STANDING: L. LaMa.r, A. Peters, C. Harrison, A. Carlson, D. Wamp- ler, P. Tucker. 1 4 5594... The Councrl s work IS never done can well be sard of our student governing orgamzatron Under the direc- tron of Mr Frtzpatnck the busy program of the Student Councrl starts rn the fall wrth the organrzation of Home- comrng and the electron of class offlcers At Chrrstmas the Councrl provrded and trrrnmed a beautiful Christmas tree wh1ch gave our halls a festrve appearance In December the Councrl sponsored the Can Dance, the proceeds of whrch were glven to needy famrlres rn the comrnumty In addmon the Councrl supphed a student to run the hr fr at all school dances had charge of the decoratrons for the Post Prom Dance arded rn the payment of cheer- fr: '77 4'5" l KEY CLUB BOTTOM ROW: Mr. Reineking, J. Kaleas, R. VanWie, W. Brockley, A. Peters, L LaMar, M. Meltz. ROW 2: G. Peterson, M. Van Deuren, T. Gussel, J. Beard, R. Wormet, J. Walch, T. Baggot. ROW 3: W. Gaffney, E. Johnson, R. Stowers, W. Henrichs, G. Gray. eq malice The main goal of this service club, which is sponsored by the Kiwanis Club, is to develop in its members ini- tiative, leadership, cooperation, and service. Under the direction of Mr. Reineking, the members engaged in many activities which were designed to promote the welfare of the school and community. Among the numerous projects were the assistance with the local blood bank, the Kiwanis Auction, and the preparation of Christmas baskets for the needy. The club attended the Wisconsin-Upper Michigan District Convention which was held at Viroqua in April and will also send two delegates to the International Convention held in Boston in July. We are proud of the fact that a member of our club, Roger Stowers, has been District Treasurer for the past year. OFFICERS: President ........... Roger Stowers Vice-President . . . . .Allan Peters Secretary .... . . Larry LaMar Treasurer . . . . Gary Petersen Key Club members contribute their services at blood bank. - J, L- VIP'S on the staff--photographers Bill Heineke and Business managers Allan Peters and Larry LaMa.r Del Cone. work to stretch the dollar. leg Janet Hays checks activity pictures. Cindy Sumwalt busy typing copy. Karen Cone has material ready to meet deadline. Editor Darlene Gall plans layout Marty Van Deuren ponders over sport pages ,-4 Seq! Exam ' The 1960 Arrow is the result of months of endless effort on the part of the staff. Classes were interrupted as photographers Bill Heineke and Del Cone took activity and faculty shots. Subscriptions were sold, pages planned and laid out, copy typed, pictures identified and cropped. Finally, after many school hours, plus a few midnight hours thrown in by Editor Darlene Gall, the final deadline was met. The staff relaxed--but not for long--there were the proofs to check. 42 I U 1, ., I I I 1 1 ., lil NEWSPAPER STAFF 5 11-1 BOTTOM ROW: Mr. Fortney, J. Hays, B. Thomas, A. McMillan, M. Delmore, B. Brockley, C. Eckert, D. Bindley, C. Guildner, P. Williams. ROW 2: M. Bogh, C. Farrell, J. Peterson, G. Roeker, S. Schaitel, B. Trelinski, B. Raitz, A. Retzlaff, P. Ramer, S. Field, S. Peters. ROW 3: C. Timlin, B. Guildner, M. Van Schoyck, G. Van Deuren, P. Sandberg, L. Haferman, C. Krenz, H. Foss, K. Cone, M. Waterman. ROW 4: H. Wimmer, M. Baggot, C. McNutt, R. Grieger, C. Wrzesinski, M. Meltz, J. Waterman, D. Nelson, C. Gutsmeidl, A. Ahlhorn. " wsfdffe www "School Daze" keeps students informed of the happenings in Our World by publishing a page in the WISCONSIN DELLS EVENTS. Seconds count as an exhausted editor and harassed re- porters scurry around to collect news items, write copy, and check copy in order to meet that weekly deadline. All these activities are tied together by the editors, Alice Ahlhorn and Sandy Field, with the help of the advisor, Mr. Fortney. On Thursday, the crowd gathered in front of the library means that the "School Daze" page is posted on the library window. Sandy Field shows Clara Farrell her assign- ment for the week. 32 789 4l5IS ll 2223 E8 2330 X' Reporter Bill Brock- ley inter- views Bob Ryan. 413 ' f I 5 ml'm"'w?i.k. 4, N '. . ' E IQ V T 1 . .gi T i hal 3' 5 1 1.7 C' LjA ai-Q...-.4 BOTTOM ROW: Mrs. Winn, C. Sus, P. Smith, D. Worrnet, R. Cook, M. Walker, C. Burgess, M. Stone. ROW 2: K. Donnelly, C. Fedderson, P. Cahoon, E. Platt, D. Newman, I. Donnelly, M. Oeftger, N. Soma, F. Wormet, J. Lloyd. ROW 3: P. Dempsey, P. Howley, M. Svejcar, D. Nelson, D. Van Duck, D. Walker, B. Gunn, B. Donnelly, B. Joyce. ROW 4: B. Wampler, J. Langer, V. Jacobson, A. Larson, P. Joyce, S. Joyce, K. O'Keefe. 7. '24 14.2 W "The homes of tomorrow are in the hands of the youth of today" expresses the idea behind the goal of the Wisconsin Dells Chapter of the Future I-lomemakers of America. With this goal in mind, the members of the club combined projects and such social events as the annual Parents' Banquet and the Christmas party to make a suc- cessful and enjoyable year. In addition, each girl worked throughout the year toward the degrees offered within the club. Mrs. Winn, our advisor, and delegates Dorothy Wormet and Rita Cook attended the FHA State Conven- tion held at Green Lake in June, 1959. Officers of the club are: Dorothy Wormet, President, Rita Cook, Vice- Presidentg Carol Burgess, Secretaryg Tina Sus, Treasurer, Marlea Stone, Historiang Polly Smith, Recreation Direc- torg Marjorie Walker, Reporter. .F The Christmas party proves that FHA and FFA is not all work. 7.7,-4.5 ' ' The Future Farmers of America, under Mr. Weigel's supervision, completed another busy year of interesting and educational activities. The many functions of the club help the members toward their goal of leadership, citizenship, and cooperation. We are proud of the fact that the State Champion Land Judging Team for 1959- 1960'is made up of boys from this chapter. These boys participated in the national contest held on April 29 and 30 at Oklahoma City. The other activities of the club include the annual parents banquet, the State FFA Convention at Green Lake, the summer picnic, the state crop and livestock judging contest, the annual trip through industries of Milwaukee, and a public speaking program. The officers of the club are: ,Tim Stanke, President, Leo Musiedlak, Vice-Presidentg Ronald Wor- met, Secretaryg Randy Sus, Treasurerg Vernon Smith, Reporter, Don Rogge, Sentinel, Steve Smith, Safety Chairman. 1959-1960 LAND JUDGING CHAMPS Jim Stanke, Ronnie Wormet, Leo Musiedlak Weigel, Randy Sus. FUTURE FARMERS OF AMERICA ,Ma BOTTOM ROW: D. Stanke, J. Bindley, J. Stanke, K. Hindes, L. Musiedlak, R. Wormet. ROW 2: Mr. Weigel, R Huber, D. Langer, D. Payne, R. Cook, G. Huber, P. Cleary, R. Ford. ROW 3: E. Rogge, J. Weiss, B. Savage, E. Gall, L. Pagel, D. Gray, S. Smith, W. Hagen. ROW 4: K. Huber, L. Miotke, R. Sus, E. Leege, G. Nickel, D. Rogge, H. Bindley. ROW 5: D. Dempsey, E. Graff, S. Dunahee, W. Dunahee. 1.-' xv .. Q.,-22.4.5 H For the first time since the clubs were formed, the GAA and the Pep Club joined ro- gether this year. With Miss Zimmerman as their advisor, the GAA did much to keep school spirit high. The members organized pep meetings and during Homecoming made mums, painted windows, and entered a float in the Homecoming parade. In addition to creating school spirit and good sportsmanship, the girls developed a diversified sports program includ- ing bowling, basketball, badminton, archery, volleyball, and softball. The tries to create an atmosphere of good sportsmanship and fair play in all the activities and to develop the leadership ability of each girl. 'wa o, c 49 GAA OFFICERS AND ADVISOR Jill Georgeson, Secretary-Treasurer, Susan Fenske, Presi- dent, Anne Retzlaff, Vice-President, Miss Zimmerman, Advisor, Karen Fenske, Point Secretary. GIRLS' ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION BOTTOM ROW: K. Cone, P. Wolfram, M. Stanton, S. Peters, J. Kaminski, J. Peterson, P. Smith, V. Jacobson, J. Hays, H. Foss, P. Bohlinger. ROW 2: D. Wormet, K. Donnelly, L. Everson, L. Sandberg, P. Dougherty, P. Sandberg, E. Trelinski, J. Hodge, S. Joyce, C. Sumwalt. ROW 3: M. Svejcar, D. Nelson, A. Brown, C. Farrell, M. Water- man, M. Roney, S. Field, C. Krenz, L. Haferman, D. Brousil, C. Sine. ROW 4: C. Gutsmeidl, G. Miner, P. Pries- ter, H. Wimmer, G. Roeker, J. I-Ioesly, J. Schanke, A. Hickethier, J. Gay. EPT ,i4'r,"1 N V. ' I I 1' i' 55' ra-uve, 46 Q A and 77 ' ' GIRLS' ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION BOTTOM ROW: B. Albertson, D. LoneTree, F. Wormet, C. Stephenson, D. Newman, B. Nagel, M. Oeftger, B. Kesler. ROW 2: L. Hartwig, J. Campbell, M. Lucke, B. Anchor, C. Fedderson, E. Olson, N. Moon, J. Hickethier, C. Koepcke. ROW 3: L. Thompson, J. Galitz, C. McNutt, G. VanDeuren, M. Gruman, J. Bohn, S. Peters, K. Coffman, M. Erickson. ROW 4: M. Clark, C. Cramer, M. Baggot, A. Lorenzen, J. Olson, C. Timlin, K. Fenske, K. Clark, M. Van Schoyck. GAA girls work hard making mums for Homecoming. Cv ' is LIBRARIANS CLUB SEATED: C. McNutt, L. Thompson, A. Ahlhorn, A. Retzlaff, D. Brousil, C. Sumwalt, A. Peters, K. Clark. STAND- ING: A. McMillan, N. Sumwalt, L. Everson, P. Williams, K. Klicko, C. Burgess, T. Sus, D. Gall, M. Bogh, C. Guildner. . - . Study is as inevitable as death and taxesg and most students, regardless of grumbling and groaning, know that all the time spent in the library doing reference work will never be regretted. Under the guidance of Miss Eich- steadt, our helpful librarians have an active organization which renders an important service to the student body Kay Klicko and Cindy Sumwalt shelve books. Colleen Guildner and Pauline Williams alphabetize cards , for catalogue. ,TL , il - , 4..f.....! . if l r " . I. . :JL R , Y rf. -fix-'nj --' , ' ,l :ff fi' W W I W l . W . 1 ,L f .-,gg l l 1 1 f ff ll Del Cone adjusting spotlight Bill Heineke gets in peculiar Con Wrzesinski checks negatives places to take pictures. W w Y .2416 2464? ?7eafe!e W I y The Camera Club is a lively organization made up of an enthusiastic group of shutterbugs. The student pho- . tographer is a busy person. While other students are spending their study periods writing that social problems K' term paper or preparing for a big English test, the photographer finds that there are pictures to be taken for the l annual or for the Dells Events. So his time is spent taking pictures, developing, and printing them--and at night il he must burn the midnight oil to make up for hours he spent in the dark room. Officers of the club are Bill i Heineke, Presidentg Conrad Wrzesinski, Vice-Presidentg Pauline Williams, Secretary-Treasurer. w CAMERA CLUB SEATED: P. Williams, Mr. Schillak, B. Raitz. STANDING: D. Cone, D. Updyke, D. Englebretson, D. Nikols, L. Dahl, D. Zinke, C. Wrzesinski, D. Grieger, H. Heidtke, M. Erickson, T. I-leisz, W. I-Ieineke. i t .ar wi be W v w E -s - Ea W- ge ,L V Y, 5 . 1 , 1' SA-2 w ,f asf"-T'1-sw ' ' -fig -ll , If Frank Svejcar and Merrill Meltz preparing the negative side Loma Everson and Avis McMillan typing material of the debate resolution. ' for the affirmative argument. - 4epaauezaf7 The high school debaters this year argued the question, "Resolved that the Federal Government should sub- stantially increase its regulation of Labor Unions." The affirmative team consisted of Avis McMillan and Lorna Everson. with Mary Gruman as an alternate, and Merrill Meltz and Frank Svejcar made up the negative team with Pauline Williams as alternate. These students, under the supervision of Mr. Lucke, spent a great deal of time pre- paring for debates with teams from other hi h s h 1 f th ' ' ' represented our school. g c oo s o e state, and we are proud of the fine way rn which they DEBATE TEAM BOTTOM ROW: L. Everson, A. McMillan, M. Gruman, P. Williams. ROW 2: Mr. Lucke, S. Anderson, F. Svej- car, M. Meltz. mga' N.- V--4 Jin. .1-, i S1 W Y 'A-4 ll i , .,..,,,, BOTTOM ROW: L. LaMar, A. Brown, D. Lonetree, F. Svejcar. ROW 2: C. Gutsmeidl, M. Baggot, C. McNut"' N. Sumwalt, C. Eckert, N. Moon, K. Fenske. ROW 3: D. Werner, G. Cahoon, M. Van Deuren, P.' Tucker, S. Anderson, M. Meltz. ROW 4: D. Anderson, J. Campbell, L. Thompson, M. Hanson, J. Hodge, P. Savage, L. Bremer. The forensic program in Our World is an interesting one for it gives every student in the English classes a chance to use his talent in the field of public speaking. For weeks before the elimination contest, students were seen all over the building practicing play reading, interpretative reading, or looking up material for an extem- poraneous speech. When the smoke cleared after the elimination contests, the following people were selected to represent our school in forensics: Interpretative reading: Larry LaMar, Carter Eckertg ten-minute non-original: Nancy Moon, 10-minute originalg Ron Wormet, Frank Svejcarg extemporaneous reading: Martin Van Deuren, Gary Cahoong extemporaneous speaking: Merrill Meltz, Stan Andersong four-minute speech, Carlene Gutsmeidl, Karen Fenskep declamationg Nancy Sumwalt, Diane Lonetreeg play reading: Paul Savage, Joyce Hodge, Mary Hanson. Nancy Sumwalt giving her declamation "Mother in Manvi11e." Carter Eckert and Larry LaMar practicing interpretative reading. Stan Anderson prepares material for his extemporaneous speech. W'7 LETTERMEN'S CLUB BOTTOM ROW: J. Roeker, K. Leege, D. Werner, A. Peters, M. Va11Deuren, G. Peterson, B. Kimball, J. Buller, R. Horton, Mr. DeMerit. ROW 2: S. Anderson, D. Tofson, R. Tofson, B. Heineke, T. Gussel, G. Albertson, A. Hudzinske, B. Ryan. ROW 3: J. Conway, P. Gregerson, J. Beard, E. Cole, B. Gaffney, J. Walsh, D. Sickenberger, D. Dunahee, T. Baggot. ROW 4: D. Ragan, D. Schultz, G. Johnson, B. Schultz, R. Stowers, G. Gray, T. Beaver, C. Henry. Varsity letter winners are eligible for membership in the Lettermen's Club. The main purpose of the club is to promote good will, interest, and sportsmanship in athletics. The members accomplish this by practicing these qualities in the sports in which they participate and in all activities in which they engage during their school years. The activities of the club are under the direction of Mr. DeMerit. TOM GUSSEL All-State Basketball Third Team 1959 All-Conference Quarterback All-Madison Area Quarterback Conference Basketball Top Scorer 1959 OFFICERS All-Conference Basketball Team 1959-1960 Gene Johnson, Vice-President, Roger Stowers, Presi- DICK SCHULTZ dent, Tim Baggot, Secretary-Treasurer. All-State Football Third Team 1959 All-Conference Guard Top Wrestler 1960 Winner of the D.C. Everest Wrestling Tournament Ai- f.: '53-3' :il"l . " E gi 5-c In the world of tomorrow we will need to know how to compete--physically, mentally, and morally. The athletic program in WDHS attempts to prepare us in all three areas. The aim is not physical development alone. The aim is a type of building--building into us good habits and attitudes, while building healthy bodies and keen minds. .r 3'- ,J .1 acuity 3 g gg gg gt., M 3 Wally w BOTTOM ROW: D. Wampler, T. Tobin, B. Schultz, G. Johnson, J. Walch, G. Cahoon, M. Meltz. ROW 2: D. Tofson, T. Gussel, D. Ragan, R. Stowers, T. Baggot, M. Van Deuren, Coach Natter. One point is as good as a hundred if it comes at the right time. Coach Natter's cagers ' provided the spectators with some breathless moments of suspense as they waited until the final seconds to drop the ball through the hoop to win the game. We are proud of our basketball team and the fine showing they made. Their good sportsmanship and fine play won the respect All-Conference Forward of every team in the Conference. Tim Baggot was named Captain by his teammates, and Tom Gussel was selected as the Most Valuable Player for the 1959-1960 season. Tom Gussel has been the team's leading scorer for 3 years and the second highest scorer in school history. He was Conference top scorer his junior year and second high scorer his senior year, missing first place by one point. During his Varsity career he totaled 1285 points. He was named All- Conference Forward both his senior and junior years. TOM GUSSEL Coach Natter with seniors Ragan, Tofson, Van Deuren, Baggot, Gussel, and Stowers. 'x .rw I if If x -.I Q7 7-A' I 5' ig' QQ !: f' ' : 4,31 .1 BSQUAD BOTTOM ROW: T. Ryan, B. Van Wie, G. Cahoon, A. Hudzinski, D. Wenkman, C. Henry. ROW 2: B. Smith, M Delmore, C. Harrison, J. Van Wie, Coach Brimer, C. Klundt, D. Gavinski, J. Flock, M. Erickson. Team Adams-Friendship. . Columbus .... Mauston ..... Prairie Du Sac . Sparta ...... Viroqua ..... Portage ..... Richland Center Madison West . Reedsburg . . . Baraboo .... Nekoosa ..... Richland Center Baraboo ..... Reedsburg . . . Portage ..... Wisconsin High Tomah .... . . . . Baraboo . . . Reedsburg . . . SEASON'S RECORD Varsity We They 55... 41.. 58... 28.. 56... 48.. 59... 37.. 63... 64.. 53... 49.. 79... 61.. 51... 39.. 57... 72.. 65... 64.. 58... 67.. 82... 71.. 45... 44.. 53... 55.. 69... 83.. 60... 80.. 60... 85.. 64... 72 .... . .. TOURNAMENT 74 .... 65 '73 .... 85 Foul on Dewey Tofson as he guards Bowen during the Reedsburg game. "B" Team We They 45 .... 29 22 . . . 20 48 .... 25 42 .... 9 35 .... 32 37 .... 14 45 .... 30 37 .... 19 29 .... 56 46 .... 51 30 .... 48 25 .... 27 27 .... 33 45 .... 50 42 .... 51 41 .... 46 33 .... 47 39 .... 38 55 7. Y 1 '- -'WM . rf l. . ' 'I u i . ,Y .,b 'A ff . is . M '-- ev' - . F e r as - - . " .. N 2 + 9 B-B ,, M at H...,f,,'-yt! ff., xl ,f .3 5 H ti ..-5? Q47 :guy L, , 1.,,. M' 5 ' ' 'H .-ll Jwifg-' "" T3 "s"7iQr-' y F.: f?'l'3Iyl.,1' '-143 f"l.'i,f YQ 3' --.Q , FOOTBALL SQUAD BOTTOM ROW: K. Leege, A. Peters, T. Baggot, T. Gussel, E. Cole, E. Johnson, D. Schultz, W. Gaffney, G. Gray, M. Van Deuren, B. Van Wie. ROW 2: G. Cahoon, S. Anderson, J. Walch, L. Bremer, P. Stowers, B. Schultz, R. La- Due, D. Dunahee, A. Hudzinski, D. Gavinski, M. Bennett. ROW 3: D. Wampler, B. Dunahee, J. Farrell, J. Van Wie, B May, B. Bremer, D. Wenkman, L. McCullough, S. Thomas, D. Werner, S. Peterson, R. Horton, M. Meltz. ROW 4: Coach Natter, Coach Pinkowsky, T. I-Ieisz, M. Delmore, H. Warriner, L. Waltman, T. Ryan, J. Hedges, C. Klundt, T. Farrell, T. Gray, C. Hilliard, J. Kimball, Coach John O'Malley. Our 1959 team made one of the finest showings in recent years. The record of coach o'Ma11ey awards football letters. 6 wins and 2 defeats was not the best in the schoo1's history, but it was good . enough to get a third place in the Con- ference. The team started out with a 38 to O non-conference win over Beaver Dam. The following Friday the team opened the conference schedule with a 14 to 6 loss to Viroqua. On October 2, the Tomah War- riors suffered their only defeat at the hands of the Dells by a score of 14 to O. p The season continued with a 14 to 12 win over Mauston and a 21 to 14 win over Richland Center. On October 23, our Homecoming was a complete success when the Dells beat Baraboo 12 to 6. On October 30 a close game was lost to league-leading Reedsburg by a score of 12 to 7. The sea- l son ended with a strong win ove ortage l 21 to 0. 56 ' mm 0f'7eam Tom Gussel, outstanding quarterback and an All-Conference and All-Madison Area player, was named Most Valuable Player of the 1959 season. Tim Baggot, All-Conference end, was named Captain. Dick Schultz was selec- ted an All-Conference guard. Tom Gussel, Quarterback Tim Baggot, End 0 M ,w I V 1 all Dick Schultz, Guard Gary Gray, End Allan Peters, End ax xbe, 4-61 .4 Martin Van Deuren, 1-Ialfback Roger Stowers, Tackle Emory Cole, Tackle 57 1 lf I I I The Dells wrestlers achieved a 5-6 record in dual competition for the 1959-1960 season. Highlights of the season included participation in the D. C. Everest tournament, and the conference and regional matches. An outstanding individual record was turned in by Dick Schultz who scored 17 straight wins, 13 of these by pins, and was the sole representative of our school in the State Tournament at Madison. WRESTLING TEAM BOTTOM ROW: J. Kimball, L. Volkey, M. Bennett, J. Bindley, B. Kimball, K, Heidel, ROW 2: C, Dunahee, R, Horton, G. Peterson, D. Werner, D. Coon, S. Anderson. ROW 3: B. May, J. Conway, D. Schultz, P. Stowers, E. Cole, J. Stanke, D. Dunahee. - -rl IH-- 1 m41wg..g,t1 M w , 3 gi 'C P' . I ' V BOTTOM ROW: G. Schulz, T. Baggot, G. Gray, P. Harding, J.Ma.l1oy, J. Walch. ROW 2: Coach Natter, R. Ryan, ' D D. Tofson, T. Gussel, R. Stowers, D. Ragan, M. Van Deuren, M. Meltz. ROW 3. D. Retzlaff, G. Cahoon, S. una-- hee, D. Kaminski, B. Schultz. 2 '7eam 'Zim S In the spring a young rnan's fancy turns to thoughts of--baseball. Gals and books are neglected as members of the team get out spikes, bats, and gloves to start spring training. The 1959 season was one ofthe best in recent yearsg Coach Natter's team won 9 games and lost 3. Co-captains were K. G. Schulz and Parry I-Iardingg Parry Harding was also named most valuable player, The "B" team also had a good season as they won 3 games and lost none. Wisconsin Dells Opponents 4 Mauston... 3 5 Portage. . . . . 3 3 Hillsboro . . . . 1 5 Whitewater . . . 2 0 Reedsburg .... . 1 2 Prairie du Sac .... 0 '7 Baraboo ...... . 2 O Oxfordville ...... 1 5 Richland Center . . . 2 7 15 Baraboo . . . . 1 8 Adams ...... . NUCLEUS OF THE 1960 TEAM D. Tofson, M. Van Deuren, D. Ragan, T. Baggot, T. Gussel, G. Gray, R. Stowers. Tofson and Gussel warm up. 4 Reedsburg . . . . . . 10 GOLF TEAM P. Tucker, C. Beahm, J. Gaffney, R. Whiting, R. Buckminster, Coach Brimer, R. Tofson, W. Gaffney, D. Wamp- ler, R. Flock, R. VanWie. I I When the first hints of spring appear, the Dellview golf course is the favorite hangout of the members of the golf squad. Members hurry out every night after school to practice driving, putting, pitch shots and generally get in shape to meet the season's competition. The golfers are coached by Mr. Brimer, who consistently shoots in the 30's. During the season four triangular meets and two five-team meets were held with Portage, Baraboo, Reedsburg, and Richland Center. While we did not win any first place, we did finish second in three of the tri- angular meets and one of the five-team meets. Jack Gaffney was No. 1 man on the squad, Dick Buckminster was No. 2 man, and Roger Tofson was No. 3 man for the 1959 season. Will he or won't he? D. Buckminster, R. Tofson, and J. Gaffney watch as Mr. Brimer demonstrates concentration. kk ,, All set for the 1960 season. i H aa' QD 4. I n gl l ' ' W ' 1 . Hr -as - we i x -r R -g.A.!25'- I rg ft" Y it - ,. N, K g f 5.a'w QQ BOTTOM ROW: J. Gissal, D. Schultz, K- Sickenberger, E. Schleef, G. Peterson, S. Ionetree. ROW 2: J. Jacob- son, A. Peters, D. Sickenberger, Coach DeMerit, C. Henry, J. Fish, D. McC1yman, J. Jax. cam me ' Hard work and long hours of practice helped to condition the track squad for the spring meets. In the first dual meet of the 1959 season, Dells died Adams. We won the dual meet with Baraboo, placed second in the Por- tage, Dells, Mauston triangular meet, and third in the conference meet at LaCrosse. At the sectional meet at La- Crosse, Jim Jax qualified in the shot and discus, and Spencer Lonetree in the mile. The track team, coached by Mr. DeMerit, also participated in the Beaver Dam invitational meet and the state meet at Hartford. Dick Schultz gets off with a Curt Henry sails over the bar on a Gary Peterson hands baton to Jeff Gissal broad jump leap. high jump. in relay. ,nv- Qf 15315 1 ,-,rv 1 -Q - L., -j 1 V -ef! .. f' R -"Ki-if 'Qi ' -Q tsaus-Q S 0- .aa fy. QQ my i Q ' fi if I ' kr as Q. S , N A 1 C, var ' P1'1'T"LI'1uE-.,.a4 AT' ' ' X w V Most important in preparing us for the future is Our World of Study, and learning is a big part of our busy days. We have had good teachers, the necessary equipment, the best facilities to prepare us to do our future jobs, to care for our future homes. But preparation of a well-rounded life cannot all be done in the classroom. For that reason, a balanced school program allows some time for fun. W F' 'rg Hi" my 4 my an nrrrnnnrrr f . , , X594 ..., L 'K E ,. "Y . X - ' 1 V' 1- ' :se f .5 ' 1 viletiif ,J ' -:Y New . ,rz 5 ,Q m-. - . V . in-I. qu .ug-.-:f:.GI'rg: Q ,.'- Y X- ,z Q , I I . - 1 . ' 'Et 1 fr .F'r3g4,1Qg1 i',r':v3.-as H' ,, ,f . ' ,- . , 1 5 , 3 'T 1" fx' i , .T F 3.i5:fi'L2,-I 157' V' ' ' X Y 'Y 'Y J ,- 17 T4':!'j":5'f,H-I-"7 I -t,.at,..r -.Njf1i. ..,. 1 V 5 r 'V , ,,, I fl 1 - I - ea f',,l'iurf!f si 4-E-'fs MV'T:'?f,'5'QZ:fAn'T?T""" ' lf " s -- " , i g' 1 fs . . "fr: ,fig F I p E 2, 3 ' N f ' 1, -, , , , V M-iff. '1'-.if W ig'-, N l".,5f:q. - . M ' ' ' . , i ' 2 1' ' ,uw ft -W - , , ff- . , Y 'nprf H jpg 5-WZ 771, :5:5g5,:,..a b 41.11 "ww 5 -I ,arf M5 . 2 1 1 r - . ., 'git V " A 'W' fue . f - 'f ' ,gf 'X 1 , - Y ik!- if -YY K . -1. .gf Here is a group of senior girls taking an aptitude test. Wa! 71 ' Wa! A testing program and interviews help us plan out high school work so that we will be best prepared for our future world. Mr Skarda, Guidance Director, is shown here discussing post-graduate plans with Duane Ragan. Our science program starts in the freshmen year with general science. Here is a group of heshmen eager to answer Mr. Weigel's question, "How many planets in our solar system?" E, F653 IEEE Problems of the world are not solved in our social problems for having taken the course. 1'-4.9-l.LI.1.11 class, but we are better informed Shown here is a court case con ducted in a social problems class 1. Offta 70442 We J. Stanke, S. Soma, and E. Sickenberger prove that length divided by height equals mechanical ad- vantage. Jay Walch, Bill Gaffney, Dick Olson, Jim Wright, and Sandy Peters are in- tent on solving an advanced algebra problem. We zaazfaa? ' ,few mf' X 2 Homemaking classes learn that things created mean satisfaction and money saved. X 120 words a minute--that is what these girls in ad- vanced shorthand are work ing for. Sophomore typing class warming up for a 5-min- ute writing. Senior bookkeepers con- centrate on debits and credits. It is important that we are trained to drive a car. Mr. Pinkowsky is emphasizing to Ray Horton and Tom Backhaus the importance of developing good driving habits. Science has done much for our health, but has not replaced the need for phy- sical exercise. In Our World we are trained for physical fitness. .-Q An interest in art can be the source of many hours of enjoyment. Art stu- dents with the help of Mr Lucke discover hidden talents. Girls, too, enjoy physical exercise. Here they are shown getting a workout on the basketball court. X4 HOMECOMING COURT Gary Gray, Gene Johnson, Arlan Hudzinski, Terry Ryan, King Dick Schultz, Queen Ann Retzlaff, Faye Wormet, Linda Thompson, Clara Farrell, Beverly Grieger. if ' Wdhdgaq With October 23 came our Homecoming, which brought a victory, a king and queen, alumni, and rain. It rained on our parade and it rained at the game, but this did not dampen our spirits. The Homecoming festivities started off in the afternoon with a pep meeting at which the seniors won first place for their skit. They also won first place for their float in the parade. In spite of the rain, the game at night was a big success for we defeated Baraboo 12 to 6. After the game the Homecoming Dance was held in the gym which had been decorated by members of the Student Council. The highlight of the dance was the crowning of Queen Ann Retzlaff by King Dick Schultz, Members of the Homecoming Court were seniors Gary Gray and Beverly Grieger, juniors Clara Farrell and Gene Johnson, sophomores Linda Thompson and Arlan Hudzinski, freshmen Faye Wormet and Terry Ryan. How it splashed on our parade! A muddy field but we won! mr if ,--v '5 BOTTOM ROW Mr Herman, Director, L Haferman, N Sumwalt, A. Brown, P. Ramer, K. Bloss, K. Fenske. "All the world's a stage and all the men and women on it are merely players. They have their exits and their entrances . . This quotation from Shakespeare can be applied to the WD students who did a fine job putting on the play JUNIOR PROM. a 'farce-comedy in three acts by James Stone, directed by Mr. Heiman. Long hours of practice on the part of the cast, plus the skill of the make-up and property crews, resulted in a very entertaining play which was immensely enjoyed by both the student and adult audiences. C AST OF CHARACTERS Hildy Haines . . Olivia ...... Queenie Smith . Chuck Haines . . Frankie Brown . . Mrs. Haines . . . Cora Haines . . . Willie Vermin . . . . . Jerome Haines ..... Clarence Weeger Cassandra Cholmundeley . Doctor Prescott . Nancy Sumwalt Karen Penske Ann Brown Paul Cone Bill Heineke Kathy Bloss Linda Haferman Carter Eckert Randy Sus Jim Beard Pat Ramer Conrad Wrzesinski 111 parm-- sl 1 ff P SO PROM COURT F, , he i 5 r 1" 1 Xl Roger Stowers, Pat Tucker, Jack Waterman, King Roger Tofson, QueenPeggy Sandberg, Marsha Lucke, Dorothy Wormet, Karen Cone. Child attendants Timmy Stewart, Christin Helland. Suddenly it was spring, and the Junior Prom was just around the corner. The juniors discovered various hidden abilities and spent countless hours in preparation for this long-awaited event. Cutting out an endless number of notes and other musical signs and gathering all sorts of odds and ends, the many committees with Mr. Brimer toiled to make every detail perfect. The juniors chose "Rhapsody in B1ue" as the theme of their Prom. Through the efforts of the junior class president, Roger Stowers, and various committees, the 1959 Prom was an event we will long remember. Reigning over the festivities were King Roger Tofson and Queen Peggy Sandburg. The Court con- sisted of Seniors Dave McC1yman and Karen Rachuyg Juniors Roger Stowers and Karen Coneg Sophomores Pat Tucker and Dorothy Wormetp Freshmen Jack Waterman and Marsha Lucke. After Prom there was a Post-Prom Dance at the Wharf sponsored by the Lions Club of Lake Delton and the Kiwanis Club of Wisconsin Dells. There was dancing with prizes for everyone, and breakfast was served from 4 p.m. to 5 p.m. By that time everyone was ready to start for home after a wonderful evening. 70 KING and QUEEN Roger Tofson Peggy Sandgerg fwawfmwagmzm . -r v 7 coz WMM 74, 76636 by-MTE Q 1753? It - J.. .v i,1a5vJ..vfn'?:v O '15 HIE o Con is just the man to trim the high- est branch. Pep parade before Reedsburg game. "E, B ...Q 2-:wx-..-. ii Can't you make up your mind, Marilyn? Pat waits patiently for Marilyn and Avis to decide which ring they like. -7: 5 Q-:D-if:-'Tir'-, AJZITT iif' : 'K ,. i. Term paper coming up? Miss Eichsteadt explains how the card catalogue can be used to find re- ference material. W '0 S ' f a Mr. Gard demonstrates to math N students Helen Wimmer, Jackie ' Kaminski, Dennis Wampler, Judy Peterson, and Jack Dunham how to J calculate with the slide rule. W? . H, 1 V 1 I 13 . Y seg.. vw we 5 I N . J N V 1 ' dl H 1 3 W: y J sit Ap f i- , Farewell gift to Whitey "What is your favorite subject," C. Eckert asks JoAnn Langer. , w N ,,. . ,- Everybody's wearing 'em--Dells buttons for Blue and White Day. We 1446 f4!Z 744 E ,. T. M.-. Ji! i :EF- Z I ' Ti A- 1 ,Jan ..,v LATIN PLAY THE BULLA ' "Bu11am means Semper Amabo!" . , flVUQw'r,"moZe0gff Mbrrrf UX Mr. ohn Schillak who teaches bookkeeping and typing, has charge of the organimtion accounts, and sponsors the Camera Club. -xv-m--1'- W 4 Wappyie Z' A fe. Balloons filled with helium were released by members of Mr. Weigel's physics class to show bouyancy and to determine direction of Wind currents. Each balloon carried a card asking the finder to indicate the place where it was found and return to members of the physics class. of a senior! , I' .k W. ww J.H 'I' -.,,,,. can -' - E- i -.-2 '- ,, 4-:-1 539' On Bill Heineke's car: P. Tollaksen, S. Smith, J. Schanke, M. Pnybylski, G. Albertson. P. Bohlinger, K. Cone, K. Heidel, M. Stanton, P. Gregerson, P. Wolfram, H. Foss. In the car: L. Musiedlak, J. Stanke, R. Tofson, L. 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