Valders High School - Valdris Yearbook (Valders, WI)
- Class of 1956
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Text from Pages 1 - 72 of the 1956 volume:
VALDERS HIGH SCHOCL
PUBLISHED BY THE ANNUAL STAFF
TABLE OF CONTENTS
I O2 CLIC OF ALDDIS
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BOY'S GLI LUE
GIRIJS GL.. LVD
'II E CHOWUQ
S O BA D
JU' IOW BAJD
VALDTDS GIRLS ATWETIC ASSO IATIO
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FRESHMA. -SOPHOI ORE FOOTBALL
VAPBITV BAS? TBALL
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I'm the master of ly mind.
Trunpet L: Class Vice-Pres
1,l+gV-Club Lg Intramurals:
Annual I+: Forensics lg M
Chorm lg Dramatice 3,l+.
Football 1,2,3,L: Basket-
ball l,2,3,l,g St. Council
l,2,3,l.g Vice-Pres. L3 Ra-
dio Staf! 2,Lg Track 1,2,
3,143 Publicity Sta!! 3,L.
Ehjoy life before it'e
fled, for when you die you
are a long time dead.
Intramurals: Band lg Claes
Sec-Trees. Lg Vice-Pres.
23 V-Club l+gPres. L: Foot-
ball 1,2,3,L: Capt- I+:
Basketball 1,2,3,l+: Hane-
coming Court I+.
Women just don't appre-
Track Lg Intramnralsg Band
l,2,3,l,g mm A: Basket-
ball lgllaeebell 3,16 Clan
Pres. I+: Drmatics I+: Prom
We'll bet on her in this
lifes' race, this gal can
hold a steady pace
St Council L F H A l,3,
A, Treas L Llbrarian 3
Tmmxpet 3,l, V G A A 1,2
3 L Trombone L,5 Editor
Her tongue trips lightly
Dramatics 3,14 F H A 1,
H Chorus 2,3,l, Glee Club
2, ,L V G A A 1,2, ,l,,
St Commcil L
Nhy aren't they all con-
tented like me
tramurals, Track 2, F F
A l,2,3,l+, rlrestling 2
M Chorus 3,l+, Glee Club 3
I+, Photo Club 2,3,L
It's nice to be nice when
you are naturally nice
Trombone I+, Trumpet Staff
I., F H A 1, H Chorus 2,3,
L Glee Club 2,3,L, Annugl
Wake me up when the sun
rises, but don't let the
sun rise too early
Forensics l,2,3, Glee Club
2,3,l+, Trumpet Staff 3
My car I adore thee,"Girls
what are they?"
Intramurals, Trombone 2,3,
1. T1-mpez smart l,2,3,l,,
Photo Club 3,14 Annual L
The finest are the quiet
Band l,2,3,l+, Gym I-fanager
Look what A years have
done, one more would have
Intramurals, Basketball 23
Baseball 2,3,l+, F F A 2,
3,Lg Forensics 2,Drsnstics
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In ' ' . . . '
F' ' , . .Q g 0 Q V. A
, . ' G.A. . 2,3 L.
A Aft.e 2 2- A "2
. ruined me.
3:---2 3' 'A .-...
2 if, . 2-
3 . ' I - V Liz
FHA l,2,3,L Ba.ndl,2,
V G A A 1,2 ,
Mary Jo Mowrer
If there is trouble I'm
not around, but I've been
Forensics l,Drsmatics 2,3,
F H A l,2,3,l+, Vice-Pres
L, H Chorus l, Band l,2,3,
I., Sec-Trees 3 VGAA
Early to bed, early to
rise, but, heck, who wants
to be healthy, wealthy,and
Intramurals, Dramatics lo,
V-Club A Football l,2,3
L, Basketball l,2,3,l+, An
nuel L Baseball ",2,3,L,,
Class Pres 2, H Court I+
He'll stop St. Peter's
Roll to ask s question.
Intremuralsg Annual I+: V-
Club L: Wrestling l.3,Ag
Glee Club 3,103 Prom Court
33 H Chorus 2,3,Lg Drs-
ntice 3g Forensics 23
Photo Club 2,3,Lg Pres. 33
A Q mio Staff 3 z..
'Eff ,x Yi '
She's small but not too
small to be recognized
F H A 1,14 M chem 2,4
Glee Club 2,3,l,,Trumpet 33
v G A A 2,3,a, Photo Club
3,l,, St Council L
At nv books I sometimes
glance. But, Oh, I'd rath-
er glide and dence.
r.H.A. 3,14 Bend 1,2,3,1,,
He "Fords" hls way through
the stream of life
In ramurals, Trombone I+,
An. ual l,, Trumpet Staff L
Glee Club l,,Cheerleader l,
There are three great men
in the world, HE, I have
forgotten the other two
Intramurals F F A 3,L
V-Club I., Wrestling L
Football lnTrack 3,L, Dra-
I say no more than neces-
VGAA 1. FHA 1,,
His average income 1 Oh Well, Napoleon was
three a m small, too
Class Vice-Pres 3, Intra F H A l,2,3,l+, Glee Club
murals, V Club A Sec 1, 2,3,L, Photo Club
Wrestling 1,2,3,L,Capt A Tl'llllP0t I+ Trombone
'hack 3 H Chorus l,2,
3,l4, Baseball 2, Glee Club
3,14 F F A l,2,3,l+,Pres3,
I Prom Court 3 Wrestling
Cue on scissors lets cut
'rx-ombone staff 1., 'I-napa
starr L., F H A 1,2,3,l,,
Band 1,2,3,L, v G A A 1,
2,3,1+. Annual 1+
I may do scmething start
Intramzrals, Basketball l,
Glee Club L, Baseball 1,2
U YIJ I
e n s e I o e a 3 lbs X ' '
V v ,
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Nd . . :
' - s - : ' 2: 1, A
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It X I sffcouneii 3,14 Trmpemg of
E3 x ,
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.3 , . 121 3:15 '. o. A. . 1 2 3,1..
if ,J bij 5 A
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Charlotte Sic klnger
Lead me not into tempts
tion, just show me where
P H A l,2,3,lo, Band 1,2,
. V A , .
Show me the way to Manit-
Class President 1, Foot-
ball l,2, Trumpet. Staff l,
I'm so busy doing nothing
that I haven't time for
GleeC1ubl+ FFA 2
Neither an angel nor a
saint, but you can't make
a girl what she a:Ln't
P H A l,l,, 14 chorus 3.1.1
Glee Club 2,3,l+, Trumpet
staff 3,z., v c A A 2,3,l4,,
Photo Club 2,3,l+
J 'Ette Lemberger
The Juniors are swell, the
Seniors are terrific, but
Oh! That alumnus
Trunpet. 2,L, Annual L, F
H A 1, Band l,2,3,h, Dra
matics l,2,3,h Forensics
1,2,3,l,, V G A A 2, Pub-
I argue though the po1nt
is small, you can't let
the teachers say it all
Intramurals, V Club L, F
Basketball l,2,3,ls, Base-
ball l,2,3,l,,Prom court 3
She was out out to be an
angel but aansone lost the
Class Sec Trees 1, !' H A
1, H Chorus 3,l., Glee Club
3,L, Band 1,2,3,L3 Brant
ics ,Lg V.G.A.A. 2, ,bg
Vice-Pres. 33 Librarian ln
She is a good little girl
but she would make a bet
ter bad one
P H A 1, M chorus 2,3,l4,
3,L Trumpet Staff 2,L, V
G A A 2,3,l+, Annual A
I'm just naturally quiet
Track 3,L Hixed Chorus 3
Glee Club 3, Wrestlmg L
I have a mind of my own
and it takes more than a
teacher to change 1
Intramurals, Football 3
F F A l,2,3,l+,M Chorus 3
Glee Club 3, Baseball 3,14
"I've been dying for the
last 12 years, now I'l-1 go-
ing to live
0 I to
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an ,Qi Q
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for f F.A. 1,2,3,l+: Treas. L: alub 2,3,l,g Librarian
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All 1 .F
ra .A , ,
' ' - F. F. - , 3, 14.
' o ego o ' X
' o ' o e 0 Q i g
Q . I . :
Hen are like street cars
if you miss one, another
will soon be along
FHA 1, Ba.ndl,2, ,1., v
G A A 2,3,h,Trumpet Staff
3 , Dramatic: 1+
She aims high and hits the
D A R Candidate I+, Annual
I, Co-editor I+, M Chorus
A, Publicity Sta!! 3,l+, F
H A 1, Glee Club 3 I+,
Photo Club A, Vice-Pres I.
V G A A 2,3,Treas 3,For-
ensics 2, Trumpet 3, L
Gene Sonnabend Marlene Selle
Deep dark secrets he must There 18 a little bit bad
have many, but he never in every good girl
seeam to tell any
Annual A Co-editor A, F
rnramurals, Hrestling 2, H A l,2,l+, Glee Club 1,
Band l,2,3,L Band l,2,3,l,, Forensics l,
v G A A l,2,3,I+, Dramnt
Dennis Jr eahan
A 11ve w1re never gets
Intramurals, Track 2,L, H
chem 3,L, Wrestling 2 3,
L, Band 1, Dramatics 1, 2,
3,l,, Trumpet l,2,Forensics
l,2,3,l4, Glee Club 3 A
I'm not sleeping I'n just
.,, giving my eyes A rest
Intramurals, Football 2,3
Wrestling 2,3 ,L
Dorothy Korstad Leon Skattebo
Full offunand mischief Heknovwkvhehaanohat
oo It'e to show of! his curly
r u A l,2, amd l,2,3,L,
V G A A 1-21314 Inu-warm, :mum 1,3,
L, Wrestling 2
Here a giggle---There
H Chorus 2 3 1+ Glee Club
23,14 Ba.nd'l: Forensics
2, ,L VGAA l,2, ,1,
Her mind is here but her
heart is elsewhere
D A R Representative F H
A 1, H Chorus 2,3,L, Glee
Club 2,3,L, Trumpet 3,l,,
Editor 3, Annual 1,3, V G
A A 2,3, St Council 2,3,
I+, Sec A, Trombone I+,Prom
Court 33 Dramatics L.
All he needs is a hook,
he's got a line
Intramurals, M Chorus I+,
Glee Club 14, Football l,2,
3,10 Basketball l,2,3,l,,
Baseball l,2,3,l,,V Club L
She did her best in high
school life and should
succeed :Ln any strife.
Forensics Ag F.H.A. l,2,3,
Lg Vice-Pres. 23 Pres.3,l,,
Band l,2,3,l,g Dramatics 3,
A: Trumpet 3,l,3 V.G.A.A.
l,2,3,Ag Annual3: Prom
Jolly, friendly, and short
we like girls of that sort
Trombone Staffh F H A
3,A, Trumpet Staff 3,l, V
G A A 2,3,l,, Librarian I,
I was a boy scout until I
became old enough to be a
Intramurals: Track 23 K
Chorus 2,3,Lg Glee Club 3,
Ag F.F.A. l,2,3,l,g Sec. Ag
Drsmatics 3g Forensics l,
2,3,L,g Photo Club 2,3,l..
Full of nsdom up to the
top, in this progress he
V111 never stop
Intramurals, Annual A, St
Council 2,3,L, Pres A
Trees 3, Dramatics 2,3,L,,
Radio Staff 2,3,l,, Basket-
ball l,2,3, Baseball 1,
2,3,L,, Forensics 1,2,3,l,,
Class Pres 3,1-'rom King 3
I don't go to school, I
Intramurals, Football l,2,
3,L, Wrestling l,V Club la
. f J ' e
9 3 O I ' ' 1
3 : 0 e s e 3 e f f , ' , 3
, I H
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I ' e e 0 ' ,
X a., A I,,, E
Margaret 1.1 me...
Her manner is quiet but
don't judge her by it
Trumpet L Trcmbone 3 14
FHA 1,2,, VGAA
3,l+, Photo Club 3,11
What could I tell my grand.
children if I spent all nv
Class Sec Treas 2, F H
A 1,2, M Chorus 1,Ba.nd 1,
2,3,1., Sec Treas 11 V G
A A 1,2,3,l+, Cheerleading
1,2,3,L, Dramatics 11, For-
ensics L: Annual L: Home-
coning Queen 33 Court L.
Farming isn't all he'S
Intramurals, Football 1,2,
3.1. Basketball 1, F A A
1,2,L, Basebm 2, V-Club
I! height means success,
I'1l do all right.
F.H.A. Ig St. Council 1,2,
3,152 H Chorus 2,113 Glee
Club 2,3,1.g Drsmatics 2,3,
1,3 Forensics 2,113 V.G.A.A.
1,2,3,L: Cheerleading 1,2,
3,15 Annual L3 Homecoming
Her tongue needeth no lub-
Band 1,2,3,1, V G A A 1,
2,3,11, Cheerleading 1 M
Chorus 14 Glee Club L, Fran
Court 3,Homecoming Courtl.,
Wheaties did a lot for me.
V-Club F.F.A. ag Pmbm
1,2,11g Wrestling 1,2,3,L:
14 chorus 3: G1-ee Club 3:
cms seo-rm-eu. 3: wrest-
ling Court I+.
Just head me for home,
I'1l get there sanetime
Intramurals, Football 3,1,,
1' I had the wings of an
.ngel they would look
silly on me
1tramurzL1s, V-Club I+, F
A 1,2,3,L,Photo Club 2
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I 11 live without poetry,
music or walking-but who
in the world can live with
H Chorus 2,3,L, Glee Club
2,3,L, Dranatics 1,2, For-
ensics 1,2,3,l,,V G A A 2,
High school days may have
their delight but they
can't cmpsre with high
Trumpet surf 2,l+, Annun
1. VGAA 2, Pnntocmb
1., Trombone surf z., anna
1,2,3, mum-un z., P H A
William Teesch Igrgtta Ahrgng
I came, I saw, and Iam Brown eyes were made for
still looking flirting
Intramurals, Basketball 1, F H A 2,3,l+ Band 1,2,3,
2, ansebnn 2,3,l+, v cm, 1. 1, v G A A 2,3,h, Annual
Wrestling 3,ls,I" F A l,2,l+
Work eight hours, play A lively person with s
sight hours, and leave friendly way A sense of
sight hours for love humor, chefs always guy
Intramurals, Photo Club 3, D A R C8!1did8t0 ln V G A
L, Annual A Glee Club L, A l,2,3,h,, Pres 3, Prom
Band l,2,3,l+, Trumpet 2,3, Court 3
L, Trombone 2,3,l,
A fellow among the best of
Intramurals, Tnmpet In
H Chorus 1,2,3,l4, Gles
Club 3,b,, F F A l 2,3,h,
Vice-Pres 3, Pres I+, For-
ensics 2,3, Annual L, Photo
Merle Sc huler
An athletic star of great
renown, he is also one
darn swell clown
Im-nnm-nas, v-clnb L,
1-'FA l,2,3,l+, nuker,-
ball l,2,3,l4, Capt 1.
Every girl has her devil
Trombone Staff I+, F H A
3,l+, Glee Club 2,3,l+, V G
A A 1,2, 1.
Don Schambureck Rhoda Luelotf
Don't. look at me
you make me blush
I'm here even if I don't
Tromboneh, vGAA 1., P
,2,3,l4, Annual 1.
Photo Club A
Intramurals, F Chorus lo
rrunpee 1,2, v Club I+.
Football I+, Glee Club I+
Wrestling 2,3,l4, Track 2
A man need not be a 1ady's
man to be a man
Intramurals, Baseball 1,2,
I+, Glee Club L
A good friend, what more School, I suppose ith e
need we sq. necessary evil.
F.H.A. 3,LgPhotog1-aphy 3,l,, Intramurl.hgV-Club LgFoot-
ban 1,2,3g 'rnck 2, 3,103
, ' Aus" 1.
Mary Ann Brunner
Sweet as the dey ie long.
TW PeHeAe vo
G.A.A. 2,3,Lg Bend 1,2,3,lo
Dreintica 3,153 Forensics
1,2,3,Lg Radio Staff 3,143
St.. Council L:Prol Court 3.
September 2 1952 IS a very V1V1d day tn the mlnds of many
of the members ot the class of 56 for tt was the day that we
entered the halls of Valders Hxgh School ttlled wlth both optlmrsm
and pesslmlsm expectmg to spend the followlng four years
studymg having a lot of fun and achxevmg a great many thmgs
Wtth M1ss Redman and Mr Berge as our advtsers we elected
Lawrence Lehman as our presldent Dave Holland as our vrce
presldent and Marxl nn Schley as our secretary treasurer to
gutde us through our trst year of hlgh school Davld Holland and
Betty Polansky were elected our representahves to the Student
Gerald Borgwardt Marvm Brandl lames Ebert Earl Glaeser
and Rlchard Ltermann earned thexr F F A letters
ludy Meyer Roland Olm Barbara Opper and Betty Polansky
led the cheers for the Freshman and Iumor Varstty teams
Marvm Brandl earned hrs wrestlmg letter whxle Barbara
Opper earned her muslc letter
Karen Schnelder was a member of the cast of Strange Road
whtch went on to the sechonal play contest
Our float earned thlrd place tn the Homecommg parade
ln the sprmg of the freshman year the general sclenoe classes
traveled to Brtlllon to the Brllllon Foundry We ate lunch and
had an outxng at Horn Park
On September 2 1953 we returned to V H S wlth two less
students than the prev1ous vear M1ss Redman and Mr Berge
contmued as our advisers
Our new class offlcers were lon Rex presndent Earl Slcattebo
vxce prestdent and Barbara Opper secretary treasurer Donald
Kletst and Iudy Lutze were our new Student Counctl representa
Our flod earned thlrd place m the Homecommg parade
lon Rex and Karl Stoeckxgt earned the1r football letters Ed
Prltzl and lon Rex thexr basketball letters and lerome Vogel h1s
baseball letter Marvln Brandl earned h1s wrestlmg letter and
also went to the state wrestlmg meet
Laura K1el was F H A v1ce presldent and Charlotte Slckmger
one of the club s parhamentarlans F H A Chapter degrees were
earned by Laura Kxel and Mary lo Mowrer Karen Schnelder
muslc letters were earned by Marlene Selle and Mary Io Mowrer
Marlene Selle went to the state muslc festtval
Betty Polansky and Barbara Opper became varslty cheer
As lumors we returned to Valders Hlgh School on September
3 1954 wrth the same enrollment as the prevlous year M1ss
Ltttle and Mr Hem were our new advlsers
Donald Klelst became our new presldent and consequently
our Prom Klng Marvm Brandl our vlce presrdent and Karl
Stoeckxgt our secretary treasurer
Marvm Haas Davxd Holland Earl Skattebo and Ken Wallander
were new letter wlnners ln football Dave Holland Merle
Schuler and Earl Skattebo ln basketball Karl Stoecklgt Ken
Thone and Melvm Tompkms 1n wrestlmg Erwm Muellenbach
Dave Holland and Ken Thone ln track and lon Rex and Rlchard
Llermann ln baseball Marvxn Brandl and Karl Stoecklgt went
to the state wrestlmg meet Karl placed fourth
We were proud when we were awarded fxrst place for our
Homecommg float We re Laymg for Klel Barbara Opper
and Betty Polansky contmued as cheerleaders
hm SCh1Tl1tZ was elected president of the Photo Club whxle Don
Klexst served as treasurer of the Student Councll Four gxrls from
our class served as offxcers of VGAA Ahce Chrlstel was
elected presldent Manlynn Shley vlce presldent Mary lo
Mowrer secretary and Sandra Berge treasurer
Marvm Brandl was elected presldent of F F A and lames Ebert
v1ce prestdent Marvtn earned hrs FFA state degree Laura
Kxel was elected presldent of the F H A and Loretta Ahrens a
ludy Lutze served as Trumpet edxtor whlle lane Vetter was
elected Trombone edxtor
Iudy Meyer and Manlynn Schley earned thexr muslc letters
Iudy Meyer and Marlene Selle went to the state muslc meet
Davrd Holland andl Ette Lemberger were members of the cast of
Mmd Set whxch went to the league play contest Karen Schnex
der Mary Ann Brunner Don Klelst and I Ette Lemberger went
to the dtstrmct forenstc contest
Barbara Opper was Homecommg Queen Sandra Berge
Ronald Klelst and ludy Meyer represented our class on the
Student Councll Dance Court Don Klexst and Laura Krel
relgned over our prom Wh1Ch has Deep In My Heart as 1ts
theme The class elected Marvxn Brandl Ronald Klelst Edward
Prxtzl and lames Schmxtz to be on the court They selected Mary
Ann Brunner Alxce Chrlstel ludy Lutze and ludy Meyer to be
on the court wlth them
One of the most remembered events of our Junxor year was
our class trxp to M1lwaukee on May 19 1955 In the mornmg we
toured the Allrs Chalmers plant ln the afternoon we saw a base
15311 game between the Mxlwaukee Braves and New York
On September l 1955 we enrolled as a class of 75 members
M1ss Prallat and Mr Hem were our advlsers Ronald Klelst was
elected our new class presrdent he was alded rn hrs task of
admlmstratton by Dave Holland v1ce prestdent and Earl Skat
tebo secretary treasurer
Sandra Berge and Marlene Selle were elected Annual edxtors
It was felt that the 1ob was b1g enough to warrant two edxtors
Sandra Berge Allce Chr1stel and ludy Lutze were elected by
our class as our D A R candldates The faculty chose Iudy Lutze
Earl Skattebo was elected captam of the football squad New
letters ln football were earned by Leo Skattebo and Don Scham
bureck lon Rex Dave Holland and Marvm Haas were selected
as members of the all conference team
Merle Schuler was elected captam of the basketball team
Merle also ranked e1ghth ln conference scoring
Marvm Brandl was elected captam of the wrestlmg squad
New letters were earned by lames Schmxtz Denn1s Sheahan
Blll Teesch and Don Schambureck Marvln Brandl lames
Schmltz Karl Stoeckxgt and Ken Thone went to the state wrest
lmg meet Karl earned fourth place at the state meet
Dave Holland was elected captam of the track squad
Don Klexst served as Student Councll presldent Dave Holland
as v1ce presldent and ludy Lutze as treasurer
Earl Skattebo were on the Homecommg Court Our float Let s
Sprmg Vxctory rece1ved thxrd place
Musrc letters were earned by Mary Ann Brunner Ronald
Klelst Laura Klel I Ette Lemberger Leona Relmer Charlotte
Slckmger and Gene Sonnabend
Sandra Berge served as vlce presldent of the Photo Club
Earl Skattebo was elected presxdent of the newly formed V
Club Marvln Brandl was elected secretary
Laura Kxel was re elected prestdent of F H..A Mary lo Mowrer
was elected vlce presldent and lane Vetter treasurer Laura
and Mary Io earned therr state F H A degrees
lames Ebert was the new president of the F F A He was as
slsted by Earl Glaeser secretary Ed Prltzl treasurer Merle
Schuler sentlnel and Rlchard Llermann reporter Marvin
Brandl Iames Ebert Sherman Goehrlnq Erv Muellenbach
Edward Pr tzl and Merle Schuler represented thexr club at the
state F F A Judgmg contest One of the most outstandmg events
of our four years was Merle Schulers wmmng of the State
Plowmg Contest Thls was the ftrst t1me 1n the htstory of our
school that any student has won a state contest Merle will
compete 1n the Nahon Plowmg Contest 1n September of 1956
Alxce Chrzstel Laura K1el Mary Io Mowrer Barbara Opper
Betty Polansky and Marlene Selle earned thelr letters tn V G
On Aprll 20 1956 the physlcs and advanced algebra classes
went to Madlson to attend the Engmeermg EXPOSIDOII sponsored
by the Umverslty of Wlsconsm and mdustry They vmewed every
thxng from let engmes to laboratory techmques
On Sunday Iune 3 Baccalaureate servtces were held m the
gym on Iune 6 we were graduated
Flower Whlte Rose
Colors Whtte and Green
Motto The ocean of llfe IS deep but we are prepared to swlm xt
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movie Musical notes and symbols floated above the dancers' heads as they danced to the music of Ron Harvey
and his orchestra
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1951+ prm queen The royal couple was attended by a Court of Honor canprised of Mary Ann Brunner and
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Mr Rayfie1dSkatrude OFFICE MAINTENANCE
Mrs. Laverne Christiansen Office Scretaryg Mr. Joel
Johnston Custodian: 'ku Alex Sherwin Custodian.
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with eyes open for success, seventy seven juniors filled out the1r new schedules 'Last fall e
McNulty was elected class leader and Prom King, Eugene Brarm vice-pres1dent, and SSJIGPB Rolland secretary
"we'1l Upeet Falls," the class float for the Homecoming parade recelved a second rating Two of our
class members, Owen Peterson and Susle Schuh, reigned as King and Queen of Homecoming Ronald Glasser was
on the court of honor
Jack1e Krall reigned as Wrestling Tournament Queen, Susie Schuh, Carl Goehring, and Jerry Wallander
were on the court of honor Friday, Hay L, was the date set for the Prom, the thane of which was "Pink
Magic " The thane song, "It's Magic," was played by Tony Winter'e orchestra Elected to the court of honor
were Eugene Braun, Carl Goehz-ing, John O'Grady and Ronald Torrison
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Eighty three students enrolled as sophomores to begin a second year at Valders High School Elected to
take over the duties of class pres1dent was Dean Christiansen, vice-president was James Einberger, and Kathy
Pritzl was elected secretary treasurer For class representation in the Student Coxmcil, James Einberger,
Kathy Pritzl, and Nancy Waniger were elected
Class co-operation and pride earning a first place in the float, "We're gonna whale the dickens out 1'
Falls," at the Homecoming Parade, also produced a large turnout of students in every actlvity through the
year N1ne students participated Ln the success of he Freshman-Sophomore class play,"Date with Judy " held
December 12 Diane Grall and Mary Wagner were on the Wrestling Tournament court of honor Our advisers
were Miss Magdalen Redman and Kenneth Schermacher
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Fifty four new freshman entered the halls of Valders 1-ugh School Tuesday, September 1, to spend four
years of the1r life span. Juiy Holland was elected president by the class. To assist her in her duties,
Jerry Olm and Donald Pritzl were elected vice-president and secretary treasurer. Elected to represent the
class lm the Student council were Sally Olm and Dale Christiansen.
The mam event of the year was the preparation of the float, "Wash 'em out, wring 'em out, hang 'em out
to dry. We'1l beat Falls any old time," Wh1Ch rated fourth place in the Homecoming Parade. Ten students
pa.:-ticlpated in the Freslunan-Sophomore class play "Date With Judy" held December 12. Theresa Tienor re-
presented Valders freshman at the league forensic contest. Our class was well represented in V.G.A.A.,F.
H.A., F.F.A., music, intramural sports and conference sports. M1ss Margaret Berg and William Dayton were
our class advisers.
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Front Row J Lutze, D Holland, D Kleist, R Glasser
Row 2 J Vetter, L O'Neil, M Br-'unner,G Tuschel
Row 3 M Brandl, J Ebert, B Polanaky Mr Dayton
Front Row E Hauch, J Krall, K Ryang P McNulty
N Wanigsr, K Prltzl, J Holland, S Olm
J Dugan J Einberger, R Lsnberger, D
th Friday, Septmber 9, 1955, the gavel came down to open the 1955-56 session of the Student Council
President Don Klsist, Vice-president Dave Holland, Treasurer Ronnie Glasser, and Secretary Juiy Lutae cm-
posed the council officers
After the fall elections, the number of mubers stood at twenty-three students representing the four
classes and most of the extra-curricular activities By the Septqber 23 nesting all mdaers were present
and the Student Council yearly policy was fomed
The Wiscomin Association of Students Councils' Convention was held October 21 at Green Bay Dave Hol
land, Don Kleist, Jackie Krall and Jvaiy Lutse were the four council lmbers representing Valders there
'No yearly projects under the supervision of the Student Council inclmed the Judicial program of the
school Safety Patrol and financial aid to the Annual buiget Besides these projects, the council directed
the Homecoming pa.rade, intramural sport competition, the school Christus Prog:-aa, lycem program, the sale
of pmnants, a donkey basketball gms, and brotherhood and safety caapaigns
One of the most outstanding accmplishnsnts as far as school policy is concerned, was the revision of
the rules for intralural cmpetition which was attqpted after a student vote requested a change
Under the splendid guidance of Kr Willis: Dayton, adviser, and the fine cooperation of all its ncbers
the 1955-1956 Vslders High School Student Council counted this a h.i.gh1y successful year
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In October, 1951. the Publicity Staff was created in order to supply through local newspapers, the
surrounding community with information concerning the activities of Valders High School The five
original mmbers were David Holland, Sandra Holland, Roger Severson, Sandra Berge, and Karen Ryan,
who were selected by Mrs Anne Christiansen on the basis of writing ability shmm in English class John
Ho1Jand became the staff photographer This year four additional students volunteered to join the staff
They were Robert Wilgrube and Dean Christianson, photograpzers, and Marlene Zietlov and J'Ette Lenberger,
The staff has made great progress under the guidance of Mrs Christianson and now supplies t e
Velders Journal, Manitowoc Herald Times and Two Rivers Reporter, Sheboygan Press, and Milwaukee Journal
with an average of seven articles weekly
PUB LICITY STAFF
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Iarlene Selle and sandra Berge
Ronald Klelst James Schmitz Donald Kleist
As usual, putting out the annual proved to be a greater task than any of the staff had comprehended
It all began with the selection of editor wie found that we had more than enough work for one editor, so we
settled for co editors Sandra Berge and Marlene Selle were selected to serve in this capacity Donald
Kleist and Ronald Kleist, together with James Schmitz were chosen as assistant editors Our staff was be-
ginning to take shape
paper they became our layout men
found some good ones :Ln the persons
Ruth SchnelJ. We rather imposed on
girls found that they had more than
writing ability by assigning him to
valuable assistance and so made good use of him
Photo Club members would have liked to have used
Holland, Bob vlildgrube, and Charlie Lippert, who
We had to have some people who could lend a
they helped others who had special assignments
Judy in that
enough to do
whose main efforts were spent on
forensics and dramatics, was put
veteran flutist, was assigned to
cheerleader section and at times
capably handled that section and
de realized the need for a business manager Jon Rex seemed a likely prospect and was promptly assigxed
to the position Terry Bentley and Marvin Hartlaub had had considerable experience with the school news
Who could produce an annual without typists? we didn't even try
of Virginia Ekenson, lorraine O'Neil, Nancy Pritzl, Judy Riederer,
we had her type out all the senior captions, but the other
on the regular write-ups We capitalized on Dave Holl.and's
of sports writer Dave found that Jon Rex could give
were the fellows who kept the darkroom tied up when the
You guessed it, none other than Dean Christiansen, John
wherever needed Besides their individual write ups,
group included Loretta Ahrens, whose special assign
ments had to do with the senior say-ings, James Ebert, who took care of the F F A pages, and laura Kiel,
the F H A and Prom pages J'Ette Lemberger, because of her interest
in charge of the pages dealing with those activities, and Barbara Opper, our
the pages dealing with instrumental music Betty Polansky took care of the
served as a capable typist Leona Peimer and Ann Weber, active in V G A A ,
proved very cooperative workers Ken 'I'hompson's eagle eye and steady hands
were great assets in spotting and making corrections Je appreciated the valuable assistance given by Miss
Herbst, one of our English teachers, who willingly helped the staff manbers with their write-ups
Your co-editors hope that you will enjoy going through the pages of your annual and re-living the activ
ities of this past year They wish to express to the assistant editors their thanks for their marw faithful
hours of work, to the rest of the staff for their fine cooperation, and to Hr Skatrude in his capacity
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Betty Polanslq' Stamling Futh .wchnell
Lorraine O' Jeil, and Virgima 'venson
Charles Llppert Judy Riedex-or
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seated: G. Tuschelg B. Wamplerg standing: A. Brickg P. Kornelyg S. Berge. Lower left picture: E. Plamplerg J.
Menzag J. Vetter. Lower right picture: R. Olmg M. Hartlaubg T. Bentley.
Che of the highlights of the school year is the publication of the 1 , the school literary llg-
asine, in which stuients are given a chance to display their literary talents.
This year the I x-5 was published once a smsstsr under the guidance of Miss Herbst. Jane Vetter
was elected by the staff as editor for the second smester of last year and first smestsr of this year.
Beverly Wslpler was appointed her successor for the second smester and the first smester of next year.
Students may enter essays, short stories, tall tales, book reviews, or editorials. The articles pub-
lished are anonymously selected by a cosnittee of student judges.
eated V Zletlov, L Reimer, V Evenson, P wehauaen, lf Brunner, K1e1 O'Connor, R Johnson
tending Rlederer, G Tuechel M Schley, P Severson, D Holland, V Wagner, L Halvoreen, P emiker,
Pritzl, S Olson
F1!'8t picture T Bentley, H Olm, H Hartlaub Center picture, bottom row N P1"1tZl, L O'1'ei1, M Laney, A Go z
D Ahrens, Second row J Felgeeon, E Hauch, M Lensrreler, S Eerge, A Perge hird row J Vetter, N Janif-ve ,V
Pankratz kourth row E Iuellenbach, J Ebert, B Lemberger, M Erandl -ught Plcture Schnell andx Frltsch
Left to right J Lemberger A Tisler
Standing Mies Her-bet, J Lutze
A wallhflier, B w8mp18l', and B G-T811 Seated 'Amon Jqhnston
Every other Friday of the school yesr is briyxtmed by the distribution of the school nevspsper to
sppro:x'in.te1,y 150 subscribers The 'Prunpet is written and produced by s group of stuimts under the guid
ance of Miss Hex-bet Jmiy Lutze continued her tem se editor for the first emeeter, Marion Johnston took
over the editor'e post the second smseter and will continue for the second emester nut yesr.
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SDCY Prlf-Z1 karen Aampler
Sherry Olson and Donna Ahrens Harilynn Schley, Judy Rlederer, and Agatha isler
Karen Ryan and Ann leber
Nine girl, are responsible for the efficient operation of the high school library Their respon-
sibilities vary fran checking out books to watering plants, but they do all with equal skill
They have helped in the shelving of over Zw books, HW EnC!'C10P0d15 551014-Cl1'18, ind UWONUB
vocational guidance pamphlets a new addition this year Also added to the 1ibrary's services this year was
The Reader's Guide to Periodical Literature
The girls work under the supervision of Miss Herbst.
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"Welcome listeners, here's the latest in news, interviews, and sports on Valders Views We hope you
will find this program to be informative and entertaining
I! you have listened to the Velders Views program, you will readily recognize those phrases beginning
The Valders Views staff was organised three years ago to inform the surrounding community of the activi
ties of the school. The weekly program is recorded here et school under the guidance of Miss Berg, advisorg
end presented over WOM! at 10:30 P. H. on Thursday.
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S Dvorak, I Ebert Seated P
Remiker, L Kiel, Piss Berg, Miss
Voigt, B lsdson, J Lemberger
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Rusch, K Schneider, D Sheahan
D Kleist,L Erickson, T Tienor
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Pritzl, Mrs Christiansen, A
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Herbst, Mr Cowley, R Lang , B
'I'h1s year brought several changes to Valders students interested in speaking A new category, interper-
pretative reading, was added to the original seven groups and two new coaches, Hr Cowley and Miss Voigt
were added to help the larger number of students participating
Thirty seven students ccmpeted in the annual school elimination contest held February 29 Mr Norman
Dorschner, judge, rated fu-st or second places to fifteen stuients who represented Valdez-s High School at the
conference and league meets
March 6, at Chilton, twelve students competed against other Eastern Wisconsin League speakers Sandra
Rolland and J'Ette Lemberger received A's
The Brillion-Kimberly Valders League meet was held at Kimberly on March 114 Marion Johnston, Donald
Kleist, J'Ette Lmberger, and Karen Schneider received Ms, making them eligible to compete in district com-
petition These four competed March 214 in the Oshkosh district meet at Oshkosh Marion and J'Ette re-
ceived A's, pemitting than to speak in the state contest at Madison April 11+ Marion earned an A and J'Ette
a B at this final event It was the first time since 1950 that a Vslders speaker had received s state A
Coaches for this year were Miss Margaret Berg, Hrs Anne Christiansen, Hr Gerald Cowley, Miss Doris
Herbst, and Miss Gloria Voigt.
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Nampler, J slnberger
Thlrd P1ct.1re Standlng L1ppert,
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Lemberger Seated D Dayton, E had
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E Muellenbach, H Klelst, D S ca.a..
M Drunner, helgeson, A Brick, J
Vetter, E Hauch, J Helgeson Seated
D Daun, G Tuschel, If Selle, R
The dramatics department
started an active year with the
presentation of the freshmen
sophomore class play A Date
With Judy" on December 12 Ter
freshmen and eighteen sophomores
partlcipated in the play either
as characters or members of the
The highllght of the year
was the portrayal of the story of
the rativ-ity by twelve students
The mixed chorus and band proud
ed an a.ccompa.niment of familiar
'I'he year was concluded with
the junior senior nlag, ""very
Family Has One" on May 13 'hlelve
Junlors and f fteen seuors made
up the company of actors and crew
Coaches for the year were
Miss Margaret Berg, Mrs Anne
Christiansen, Yr Gerald Cowley
and hiss Dorls Herbst
J Koopnan, M Zietlow, S Bez-ge, R Wildgrube, P O'Connor, L Skattebo, L Erickson
O'Neil, C Bennington, Daun, Holland, I O'Neil, Korstad
okatrude, G Mahlock, R Olm M Harrtlaub, J Rusch, L Halverson, Bratz
Gosz, B Lemberger, 5 Dvorak, K Ryan, J Hiederer, R Schnell, D Grall, M Maney, C Anhalt
Korsta,d,h Brennan, S O1son,K Schuler, M Linsmeier,J Vogel, C Bennington,A Ebert, S Movrrer
Kolbeck, Iv Wa.n1ger,I Jagner, R Lue1J.off,D Kohlbeck C Lippert, K Thompson, L Halverson
Vetter, L tern, e Aer
Hoeft J Holland T Bentley, D trr1st1anson, E Glaeser, G Borgwardt, G Sonnenberg, D Chrls
tianson, D Chrlstel, R Klelst, G Schisel, J Schrritz
labors of last yes.r's club elected Robert vlilgrube for their president, Sandra Berge vice-president,
Pat O'Connor secretary: and Marlene Zietlow treasurer. Lorraine 0'Neil was elected the c1ub's representative
in the Student Counc1.1.
Many members shoved great interest in the activities of the club. The darkrom was used almost every
period of every dey as members developed films, copied prints, end made prints and enlergments.
A film drier, made by several boys in the club, eliminated the inconvenience of having to wait several
hours for e film to dry. A focusing cloth, ventilator, extension flssh, and enlsrger calculator were pur-
chased with club funds.
Hmbers of the club made prints end enlargements of school group photos to sell to students. Proceeds
went to the annual fund.
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Land rlowzmg Contest on September 27, 1955
We will compete :Ln the national contest
The DAR representatives for the class of '56 were Alice Christel Cleftl,
Judy Lutze Ccenterl, and Sandra Berge Qrightl. They were chosen by popuJA.r
vote of their classmates on the basis of co-operation, leadership, and scho-
lastic ability. The faculty then chose Judy Lutze to represent our school in
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S Pankratz, B Ebenhoe, G Peterson, C Bennington, J Holland, S Olm, H Haney, C Anhalt J al
lander, I O'Ne11g H Fritsch
Pankretz, C Fisher, P Brunmeir, K Wampler, E Kuehnl, C Sickinger, R Lueloff, N W8!1i8Br.
Behnke, R Schamburek
Zipperer, S Dvorak, S Olson, D Schroeder, N Mattes, D Haber-mann, D L0iCk. T5-en01'n
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One hundred thirteen girls joined the Valders Chapter of the Future Homuakers of America this year.
Their officers, elected last spring were: Laura Kiel, presidentg Mary Jo How:-er, vice-president: Audrey
Brick, secretary: Jane Vetter, treasurer: Arlene Berge and Lenora Ebert , parlismentariensg Beverly Uanpler,
Program carried out throughout the year included: Modeling of garments made Ln exzer at the October
meeting: refreshment sales at home basketball and football games. November 15 the Valdere F.H.A. was host
ess to fifteen neighboring chapters for a district leadership training meeting.
In Decmber, at the regular meeting, a talent show was presented jointly with the l'.F.A. A TWIHP dance
featured the thas 'Punzq Valentine" on February ll. Mabevrs made night shirts fron nen's white shirts or
the Shady Lane Hue as e cclmunity service project. To carry out one of its purposes, 'To promote interw
national good will," the F.H.A. adopted a home econanics class in the British West Indies and sent sewing
and cooking equipnent to the class.
The g1rls again prepared and served the annual F.F.A. banquet March 20. A clothing drive held in April
benefited the Save the Children Federation. Vanilla was sold by the members to ralse money for an electric
roaster to be used for the banquets. A Mother-Daughter Banquet was served buffet style on April 18. A tour
concluded the year's projects.
Mary Jo Mowrer and Laura Kiel canpleted work toward their state F.H.A. degrees. Beverly Voigt and
Arlene Berge represented the chapter at the district dsmnstration contest.
Rowl S Sonnabend, A Tislsr, J Wiegert, I Ebert, L Erickson, J Rusch P Brunner, G Scharenbrock
Row 2 J Koopman, B Hattes, P Aubol, H Sheahan, J Krall, E Hauch, S Halderson, S Holland, D Durban
Rov3 N Olson, A Herman, H Wshausen, C Bennington, L Reimer, J Helgeson, J Strauss, S Hovrer,
Rovh Kiss Voigt B Hadson,D Base1,L Bratz, Stoeckigt C Sittman, H Bosi, R Johnston,C Kohlbeck,
J Vetter, H Selle
How 5 P Siebold, A Teinor, Voigt, R Schnell P Reniker, K Pritzl, S Strauss, P Denk, A Heber,
J Monza, L Ahrens, J Lsures
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trict contest. Leona Heimedcsnterl won the school cherry pie baking contest. Beverly Voigtlrightl was the
senior winner Ln the school denonstration contest. 39
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The Valders Chapter of the Future Famers of America elected the following officers for 1955 1956:
James Ebert, president: Peter McNulty, vice-president: Earl Glasser, eecretaryg Edward Prital, treasurer:
Richard Lie:-mann, reporterg and Merle Schuler, sentinel.
Heetings were held on the third Monday evening of each month to carry out the purpose of our organis-
ation: to prepare boys for better future fanning.
The annual Father and Son Banquet, seed sales, and many educational tours were highlights of the year's
The Viking Chapter was represented at the annual officers meeting at Denmark, the Manitowoc County
Fair: the State Judging Contest at Madison, the P.F.A. State Convention held at Green Lake, Wisconsin: the
District Speaking and Singing Contest at Chilton, and the Northeastern Wisconsin Junior Livestock Show.
Merle Schuler achieved first place at the County and State Plowing Contest. He will represent Valdere
and Wisconsin in the National Plowing Contest this year.
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Meyer, R Schambureck J Laures, B Polanslqr T Ryan, R Rogne, R Wi1dgrube,L Ebert,
Sittman, B Nadson
Schmitz J Holland, R Torrison, E Glasser, P Schnell, GBorgws.rdt, R Zutz, D Christel,
Ebert,D Schambux-eck,P Kopidlansky
One of the newer organizations in school is the Boy's Chorus which this year has shown exceptional
ability. hrery Monday and Wednesday the lower halls rang with music as the boys practiced for the Christmas
and Spring Concerts, the festival and an exchange concert with Brillion '1'he Boy's Chorus was under the dir-
ection of Hr. Glasser
Sweet notes along with a few sour ones cane from the voices of the G1r1's Chorus as it began its prac
tice routine with wam-ups every session Under the direction of Miss Rittenhouse, the Gir1's Chorus put in
much work on the HIIDGTS prepared for their concerts.
the of the host interesting perfomsnces of the many given by the Hixed Charm was its portrayal of the
Christmas story at the Christmas concert. Along with the band and the Dramstics Department, the Mixed Chorus
under Hiss Rittenhouse's direction, presented a musical account of the nativity. Members of the Mixed Chorus
selected fran the Boy's and Gi:-l's Choruses, also participated in the many concerts.
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Selle, K Opper Sickinger, G Sonnsbend, D Korstad, S Howrer, Anhalt
Reimer, B Voigt, R Kleist, L Ahrens, J Menza, D Grall, R Wehausen, G Peterson, R Torrison
Schultz, H Helgeson
Durban, P Ryan, G Meyer, S Halderson, G Mahloch
'Match those sharps and flats" is a famlliar slogan to Valders band members
Stuients had a voice in governing the band for the first time this year The band elected six comittee
members who, with the officers, met with D1rector Hr Glasser to discuss problems of the group The com-
mittee set up a danent systqn by which a student loses points for breaking a rule Students having lost
more ths.n three points at the end of the six weeks suffered a complete letter drop in his grade
In the beginning of the school year 59 band members elected Ron Torrison president, Marilyn Schley
vice-president, and Barbara Opper secretary treasurer
During the Christmas season the band and chorus put on a Christmas Concert msde more colorful because
the girls were all in fomals and the boy-s were in business suits
During the halves of the Homecoming game, the band paraded and marched through various formations
also played for all home basketball games
Che of the big music events of the year was the music festival held at Brillion April 27 and 28 Also
in April the band had an exchange concert with the Kiel High Banu
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Wallander, J Hiegert
Row M Brandl, A Gosz, M Zietlow, I 0'heil, J Korstad, h Frltsch, J Zipperer, I Ebert, P Brunner
Rolland, S Olm, D Reinke
ow P Kornely, J Riederer, M Brunner, P Rennker, A Brick, P O'Conner, S Strauss, A Tienor, C
Bennington, A Ebert
ow B Msdson, M Panlcratz, C F1scher, P Brunmeier, K Wa.mp1er,E Kuehnl, B Polansky, C Sickinger,
R Luelloff, R Schambureck, h Waniger, J 'fewer
GIRLS ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION
The Valders Girls Athletic Association, under the direction of Miss Redman, began this year with the
following officers Alice Christel, president, Marilyn Schley, vice-president, Hu-y Jo Howrer, secretary,
and Sandra Berge, treasurer
This year the club, consisting of 1.16 girls, sponsored the annual Hmecoming Dance in the high school
gym, carrying out the thus of 'Hr Touchdown, U S A '
The intragurgl program were very successful with the seniors merging as champions of the volleyball and
basketball tour-nalents The baseball tournalent was plsyed later this spring
After Homecoming, the following officers were elected Elaine Rauch, president, Jackie Krall, vice-
president, Geraldine Stoeckigt, secretary, and Lenora Ebert, treasurer
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D Ahrens, S Holland, A Z1pperer, P Voss, C Zutz, T Olson, S Schuh, J Vetter, K Pyan,
B Mathes, D Durban, A Herfmann, S Mowrer, J Koopman, R Nehausen, G Neigert, L Peimer,
Sheahan, D Daun
M133 Redman, J Fusch, S Dvorak, D Grall, P Seibold, K Pritzl, B degner, S Sonnabend, J Rusch ,
K Schnelder, C Anhalt
M dagner, R Johnson, D Basel, J Laures, A bhF1St81, M BO81, P Denk, C olttman, L HalversongA
Heber, J Henza
G Tuschel, M Mcwrer, L K el, C Bergene Strauss, L Arrens, Johnston, J Vetter,C Kohlbeck,
D Korstad, B Opper V Selle A Schuette
B. Polanskyg B. Opperg J. Krall, S. Schuh.
K- Cpperg S. Olmg J. Holland, D. Grall
THE ouar On parade
Seated B Opper, S Schuh, B Po-
lansky, J Meyer Standing J Rex,
O Peterson, E Skattebo, R Glaeser
King Owen Peterso and Queen Susan Schuh
The Sophomore Claes Float First Place Winner
Hr. Touchdovm, U.S.A. was the head mn et the '55 Homecoming which eew Valdere pitted ageinet Sheboygan
Pelle on e lest eecond football gene in which Pelle eked out e 6-O victory last October ll..
Festivities began in the efternoon with e parade of floats. Prizes were awarded to: Sophomore clue,
firetg Junior clue, eecondg Senior clue, third: Freshmen cleee, fourth. King Owen Petereon end QUGGH
Susan Schuh led e snake dence over the football field before the bonfire-vu-ned students, faculty, end
townspeople gathered on the parking lot.
In the gym, decorated with larger than life size figures of lr. Touchdown, Queen Sueen wee crowned ee
her court looked on. Court laebere were: Judy Heyerg Ronald Glneeerg Berbare Opperg Jon Rexg Betty
Polanekyg end Earl Sknttebo.
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Front How Leon Skattebo, Jerome Vogel, Dave Holland, Don Schambureck,
Back Row Ken wlallander, Erv Ifuellenbach, Karl Stoeckigt, Marvin Haas,
Jon Hex, Earl Skattebo QCapt I
Steady improvement as the season progressed characterized the Valders Viking football squad of 1955
In conference plgv they finished the season with two wins, two games lost and two games tied, good for third
place in Eastern Wisconsin League Two victories over non-conference foes gave than a season record of
A 2 2 Twenty three lettemen helped the Norsmen to a 101 point output and held the opposition to 77
Conference coaches honored five Vikes with All Conference laurels They were Marvin Haas, tackle
David Holland, backg Jon Rex, guard, all seniors, Ronald Glasser, end, Paul Schnell, tackle, both juniors
At season's end the team elected Earl Skattebo honorary captain
The Vikes opened the season with a thumping 19-0 victory over Kohler which turned out to be the only
loss the Blue Bombers absorbed for the year In the following game, the big Huskies from New Holstein gave
the Vikes their first loss, 32 12, this same team went on to finish first in the Eastern Wisconsin League
The home boys bounced back with a 19-13 victory over a tough Freedom Eleven The following game was the
Homecoming tilt, and a tough one it was The high U11-H3 Falcons of Sheboygan Falls came to town and handed
out a 6-O defeat which wasn't cinched until the last 20 seconds of the game A dassling 65 yard dash by
Earl Skattebo in the dying minutes of play wrecked Kiel's Homecming and gave the Horsqen a 13-6 win over
the Purple Raiders The services of end Ronald Glasser were lost for the riinder of the season as the re-
sult of a broken wrist suffered in the Kiel game A sloppy field and steady downpour set the stage for the
final home appearance of eleven seniors The Brillion Lions invaded town for this and left 18-0 underdogs-
In the last game of the season Valdecrs traveled to Chilton where, on a bitter cold night, the Norse finished
the season with a 13 13 tie
Twelve letternen will be returning for next year Prospects such as this should msure another winning
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Center now Schuler, F Fisher, L. Goehrlng, Peter-so , J Blnberger,
Back ow Glaeser J O'Grady, P Severson, A Behnke, 1 o91bO o
Dean Christmanson Manager
Top Row D Bex-ge, H Brennan, J HoJ.1.andgJ Olm, D Ruh, D Schultz Mr Schermcher beach
D Christel, A Wallander
Row 2 B Wrolson, G Korstad, R Bentley, R Schuler, D Christian
son, J Finberger, P Isselmann, C Lippert
Row 3 L Pivonka, K Thompson, D Dayton, G Berg, T Hoeft,
Black, R Halverson, L Teesch
FRESHMEN SOPHOMORE TEAM
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J O'Grady O Peterson, Coach Berge
A team with good fighting spirit and a desire to win describes the Viking basketball team of 1955 56
perfectly Under the third year of Hr Berge's leadership the team closed the season with an overall record
of nine wins and seven losses In conference play they had a six won-six lost record good for a third place
tie with Brilllon New Holstein, champion for the third year in a row, went undefeated in conference play
with twelve wins
The Vikes were led by seniors Ed Pritzl, Merle Schuler, and Earl Skattebo Juniors Ron Glasser and
Owen Peterson filled out the body of the team Seniors Dave Holland and Jon Rex and juniors John ovcruiy,
Tom Ryan and Milt Seibold were on hand to lend their assistance Sophomore Joe Dugan was also on reserve
This year five lettemen will be graduated They are Ed Prital, Dave Holland, Merle Schu1er,Earl
Skattebo and Jon Rex Returning lettemen will be Ron Glaeser, John O'Grady, Chen Peterson, Ton Ryan and
At the end of the season the team elected Merle Schuler as honorary captain for the year
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Left to right A Steeber, P IaeeJ.m.n, J Dugan, D Dayton, R Schuler,
A Wallander, D Ruh, D Christianam, D Chriatel
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Bottom Raw D Pritzl, J Olm, C Lippert, T Rolland, Glasser
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'enter Row E Muellenbach, M Brandl, A Wallander, D Schanbureck, J Einberger, K Schuler, L Teesch
Back Row R Bratz, D Sheehan, H Nagel K Stoeckigt, J Brennan, D Wiegert, G Schisel
Vikes were undefeated in twelve dual meets plus the Valdere Invitational Tournammt and the State Sectional
meet The last two meets netted the mtmen trophies
Of the ten different scholastic weight classes, Valdere qualified nine men at the Sectional leet Th
nine traveled to Madison where they captured fifteenth place among thirty-seven schools represented A1
though only two men, Lawrance Teesch and Karl Stoeckigt placed at lhdison, both of whom received fourth
place awards, the rest deserve very :mach praise, as does their coach Mr Schenmcher
The Vikes boast four undefeated grapplers, two of whom were untied Karl Stoecklgt, heavyweight, and
Lawrence Teesch, 180 lbs finished undefeated and xmtied Ken Thone had one tie in the 120 lb class and
Pete McNulty was twice tied, also in the 120 lb class, neither suffered a lose
Honorary captain of the squad, Marvie Brandl, was elected by the wrestlers Harrie, who has been wrest
ling for four years had a nine von, one lost record for this past year Over his four years of wrestling
Marv has compiled a record of twenty five wins, six losses and no ties Other seniors on the squad were
Bw Muellenbach, Don Schsmbureck, Jim Schmitz, Dennis Sheehan, Karl Stoeckigt, Bill Teesch, Ken Thone,
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The Vikes started out the season in fine form by winrung their first triangular meet From then on it
became evident that power is in numbers, as the Valders thin clade went :mto their large meets of 1955
The trackmen played second fiddle the rest of the season to the larger teams, but began to score con-
sistently in some events In the conference track meet VHS cindennen placed fifth, an improvement over the
past year Earl Knutson, the versatile Vike captain tallied points in both the high and low hurdles The
relay team also helped the cause with a third
Goehring, D Sheahan, P McNulty, J Wallander, Rowl Sch..1tz, R Llermann, L Skattebo, J Voge
Robley, J Holland, K Nallander, O Peterson, How 2 Brandl, K Thone, D Holland, E Huellenbach,
Severeon eesch, Berg, M Tompkins
Sohambureck, D Christiansen, P Schnell, Row3 Pritzl, M Haas, J O'Grady, M Scruler, R
Sebo, J Hex, A Behnke Glaeser, L Teesch, E Skattebo, K Stoeckigt
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Row 2 S Goehring, H Siebold, E Prital,0 Peterson, J Rex, R Glasser, P McNulty, R L10IKh!l,R Kleist
Row 3 Miss Redman, T Ryan, J 0'Grady M Schuler, R Wildgrubeg J Vogel, Berge
The 1955 Valdez-s baseball team had what could be termed, a 'hard luck" season last year The team's
overall record was seven wins against ten losses, but this does not show their true caliber of play Out of
their ten losses, five were by one run margins and three by two run margins
In the fifth game of the season the Vikes went on a scoring spree They tallied a total of twenty
seven runs, to break the old V H S record of runs scored in one game
Last yea:-'s team was captained by Allen "Al" Elliott and Ed 'Chubby' Siegel The teamfs leading hitter
was Paul Pritzl who maintained a 375 average
Seniors who were lost through graduation are Ray Alfson, Dick Berge, Allen Elliott, Ken Evenson,
Roger Grell, Jerry O'Ne:l.l, Paul Pritzl and Ed Siegel Although this means eight men were lost for this
year, it doesn't exactly dim this years prospects, for there will be 12 lettermen returning
Coaches Hr Berge and Kiss Redman, can look for an improved record this season
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