Wausau High School - Wahiscan Yearbook (Wausau, WI)
- Class of 1953
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September 5, 1946, brought to Wausau Senior
High School a man whom we have all come to
love and admire. Mr. Elton H. Boettcher, tenth
principal of Wausau Senior High, was born in
Bloomer, Wisconsin, where he attended elemen-
tary and high school. After receiving his B.A.
from Eau Claire State Teachers' College in 1929,
he taught school at Granton, Elmwood, Chetek,
and Chippewa Falls. In 1937 he was granted an
M.A. from Iowa University and was selected prin-
cipal of Wausau Junior High School the follow-
He is an active member of the Wausau Educa-
tion Association, Secondary School Principals' As-
sociation, National Education Association, and
Lion's Club. Through his untiring efforts, Wau-
sau High has continued to hold its high scholastic
and athletic rating throughout the state and the
Midwest. In spite of his many activities and varied
interests, Mr. Boettcher still finds time to give his
personal attention to teachers, students, and or-
ganizations on our high school campus.
To this congenial gentleman, sympathetic coun-
cilor, understanding teacher, and very capable
principal, we, the Seniors of 1953, dedicate this
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If you have ever passed Room 207 the sixth
period, you no doubt have seen the Wahiscan in
the making. This year 1,540 yearbooks will be
printed. Each book is composed of about 20,000
words of copy, 1,000 pictures and 100 drawings.
Associate Editor .s,,.,
Class Editors ,,.t.,
Activities Editors ....,..
Boys' Sports ,..l...
Girls' Sports ..,....
Index Editors .....,,
jim Hett, Ron Detert
Top Row: Koxenlmuer, Lepinski, llvoelalerf, Murpby, Srlmlow, Drehmel, Larson, Kreitz.
Second Row: Scheel, u7dfI1l10llf, Pennell, Berkwillv, Oeslreirb. O'Leury, fuufllufifk, A5rl1larenner, Lomlerrille.
Bottom Row: Akey, Lallimer, Deferi, Heir, Sherberl.
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BOARD OF EDUCATION
The publication of the 1952-53 Wahiscan marks
the close of another school year, and it is a gen-
uine pleasure to congratulate the entire editorial
staff and faculty advisers on a task well done. The
planning and successful completion of the school
Year Book entails considerable hard work and re-
quires the wholehearted co-operation of faculty,
students and publishers.
Teachers and students alike look forward to
the dedication and distribution of the Wahiscan,
and when the magic hour arrives, a sense of ex-
pectancy permeates the entire student body. The
dedication, examining the many interesting pages
and securing numerous signatures provide a most
exciting interlude in the school routine.
A careful examination of the Year Book brings
into focus the many and varied achievements of
individual students' clubs, athletic teams, foren-
sic groups and cultural organizations. We cannot
help being impressed by the many splendid oppor-
tunities provided by the school for self-improve-
ment. It is clear that each student must plan care-
fully through study, hard work and selective par-
ticipation in the co-curricular activities in order
to adequately prepare for the responsibilities
which lie ahead.
With sincere good wishes to the entire student
body and faculty,
Very truly yours,
G. W. BANNERMAN,
Sllperiulefldelll of Schools
Killing i Hoellrlrcr, flllfrlllll, BVJIHI. Guenflfer, Llslllllfflllrlll
Shmlmt Plirr. Serlmfrr, Linymi, Kiufwl. R.1ir,u'. Iifnllllllflflf. P.1gw1ko I lulmu
.ihwnl 1 Dudley .mil lxulvlnnm.
E. A. ROESKE, Asst. Principal H. BOETTCHER, Principal
ALICE TOBEY, Dean of Girfs
CLIFFORD SIVENBY, Guidance Direclor
Dear Students and Faculty of W.H.S..'
Our school is composed of many
people, numerous activities and miscel-
laneous factors. Each plays an important
role in the total picture and success of
One of our most popular and out-
standing activities is the yearly publica-
tion, the Wahiscan. lt serves a real pur-
pose by offering rich experiences for all
those who aid in its compilation. Also, it
furnishes a medium for students to be-
come better acquainted in work and play,
all of which tends to result in better
school citizenship. Congratulations to the
Wahiscan staff and faculty advisors for
another well organized and beautiful an-
Again, it has been a pleasure to asso-
ciate and work with both students and
faculty during this past school year of
1952-1955. For each of you I wish an
eventful, healthy and happy future.
E. H. BOETTCHER
HARVEY RIDGE, Dean of Boys
ANDERSON BECKER BELLAS HERG HERTOLONE
HESANT HJORKLUND BONVINCIN HOTSEORD HRANDT
INIARY ANDERSON - M,A., Columbia, Home Economics-3 HS., Wisctmnsing Wtrrld History, Spanish . . . WIN BROCK-
Cafeteria . . . LYDIA BECKER - M.A., La Crosse S.T.C., MEYER - M.ED., Minnesota: Director of Athletics and
Michigan: Head of Girls Physical Education . . . HAROLD Physical Education . . . RAY BURTON - M.A., Iowag
BELLAS - M.A., Northwesterng Bookkeeping, Deposit Salesmanship, Bookkeeping, Commercial Dept. Head . . .
Fund . , . BEN BERG - M.A., Wisctxnsin: Modern Science, FLORENCE CARR - B.S., Wisctmnsing U. S. and Wtmrld
Physics, Science Dept. Head . . . KATHLEEN BERTO- History . . . LOUISE DALE - B.S., Battle Creek: Home
LONE - B.S.. Wisctwnsing English . . . LLOYD BESANT Nursing . . . LAWRENCE DIKE - B.ED., Whitewater
- M.A., North Dakota, Wisctmnsin: Speech, English, Dru- s.T,C., Typing . . . MARY DRULINER - B.M., Wisctmn-
matics . . . ,IANE BjORKLUND - M,A., Wisctmnsing Amer- sin: Vocal Music . . . JOHN DZUBAY - Ph.M., Wisctmn-
ican Problems, U. S. History . . . ELDA BONVINCIN - sing Modern Science . . , CAROL FEILER - B.S., River
B.S., Minnesota: German, Spanish, Dept. Head of Language Falls S.T.C.g English . . . ALLAN GABRILSKA - M.S.,
. . . MILTON BOTSEORD - B.ED., Eau Claire S.T.C., Carroll, Wisctvnsing Boys Physical Education . , . MARIE
Northwestern: Math, Coaching . . . RAYOLA BRANDT - GEIST - HS., Minnesota, English.
BROCKIVIEYER BURTON CARR DALE DIKE
DRULINER DZUBAY EEILER GAHRILSKA GEIST
GJETSON GRILL IIALSOR HEINRICH HENDERSON
HULHERT IIYLKEMA G. JOHNSON H. A. JOHNSON KAGEI.
MATHEXV GjETSON - M.S., Oshkosh S.T.C.. Stout In- LARSON - ILS.. Minnesotag Librarian . . . OLAF LEE -
stitute: Drafting, Industrial Arts Dept. Head . . . K.R.N. M.A., Wisctmnsin: Wtmrld History, Social Science Dept. Head
GRILL -- M.A., Wisctmnsin, Colorado, Music Dept .... . . . j. BART LUTTRELI. - M.A., River Falls S.T.C.,
JOSEPI-IINE I-IALSOR A M.A., Wisctmnsing English . . . Northwesterng Advanced Algebra, Plane Geometry . . . ER-
ARTHUR HENDERSON A- M.A., La Crosse S.T.C., Iowa: VIN MARQUARDT - M.A., Lawrence, Columbia: Amer.
U. S. History . . . VIRGINIA HULBERT - M.A., Law- Prob., Public Discussion, Director of Forensics, Debate
rence, Wisctwnsinq Latin . , . BERNARD HYLKEMA - B.S., Coach . . . WII.I.IAM M. MAXWELL - M,ED., Colorado:
River Iialls S.T.C.g Dept. Head of Agriculture . . . GEORGE Commercial Law, Economic Geography . . . A. E. McDON-
.IOHNSON - A.M., Columbia: U. S. History . . . HARRY ELL - M.S., Wisctmnsing Mil. S.T.C.g Band . . . BETTY
IOHNSON - M.A., Ripon, Wisctmnsin, Washingttvnz Chem- MERCER - B.S.. La Crosse S.T.C., Physical Education, Su-
istry, Director of Visual Aids . . . VIRGINIA KAGEL - pervisor of Elementary Physical Education . . ELIZABETH
B.E., Whitewater S.T.C.g Shorthand, Typing . . . EDMUND METZ - Secretary . . . INGRID METZLER - B.A,, Law-
KIQELER i A.B., Ripong Driver Education . . . EMMA renceg English.
KEELER LARSON Llili l.UTTREI.I. MARQUARD1
IVIAXXWELI. McDONEI.I. MERCER INIETZ METZLER
NELMS NELSON OCKERLANDER OLSON PROCHASKA
REINEIVIANN REYNOLDS RIDGE ROESKE ROSENHAUER
CLARA NELMS - M.A., Minnesota: American Prohlems, lish . . , ETHEL SCHEURMANN - B.A., Lawrence, Wis-
U. S. History INEZ NELSON - M.A., Columbia, Eng- consing French, English, Skyrocket Advisor . . . HOWARD
lish . . . DORIS OCKERLANDER - B.S., Stevens Point SHAWL - M.A., Hamline, Minnesota: Geometry, Con-
S.T.C.g Home Economics . . . ARTHUR OLSON - M.A.. sumers Math . . . JULIA SLETTEN - B.E., Whitewater
Carroll. Michigan: Biology . . . GERTRUDE PROCHASKA S.T.C., Shorthand, Typing . . . WILLIAM SMILEY - M.S.,
- B.S., Wisconsin: Speech, English . . . CARLTON REINE- Grinnell, Ill.g Biology, Modern Science, Track Coach . . .
MANN - B.S., Milwaukee S.T.C.g Art . . . ROBERT REY- ROBERT ST. CLAIR - B.S., Stout: General Motors . . .
NOLDS - B.A., Wisconsing Bookkeeping, Typing . . . CLARA SUMNER - M.A., Eau Claire S.T.C., Minnesota:
HARVEY RIDGE 3 Ph.M., Wisconsin, Modern Science, American Problems . . . ELLA SWAIN - M.A., Columbia:
Dean of Boys . . . E. A. ROESKE -Ph.B., Ripon, Columhiag Shorthand, typing . . . CLIFFORD SWENBY - M.ED.,
Geometry, Vice Principal . . . GEORGE ROSENHAUER - Washington, Modern Science, Guidance Director . . . WAR-
M.A., XVisconsin: English, journalism, Director of Puhlica- REN THOMAS i M.S., Stout: General Woodwork,
tions . . . ARLENE ROSS - M.A., Ripon, Wfisconsing Eng-
SCHEURMANN ROSS SIIAXVL SLETTEN SMILEY
ST. CLAIR SUIVINER SXVAIN SXVIZNBY TIIOIWAS
XVlfllVKAUl5 YOUNG XVOODS YELICH XVlfSTl.Ul5lD
ZlliLSDORlf XVAl.l,ACli STIEGER TIEBOR
DOROTHY XVEINKAUF - Secretary . . . CLIFFORD B.S., La Crosse S.T.C., Biology, Girls Phy. Fd. . . . MAR-
VUESTLUND - M.A., Wisccwnsing English . . . STANLEY GARFT ZIELSDORF - M.A., Northwestern, English, Eng-
WOOIDS - lVl.A,, Hamline, Minnesota, Columbiag Wmmrlcl lish Dept. Head . . . MARION XVALLACF - Secretary . . .
History . . . THOMAS YELICH -- lVl,A., Superior S.T.C., MARTHA STFGER - City Nurse . . . IRVING TEBOR
Iowa: U.S. History, Coach . . . MARJORIE YOUNG - -Social Wtvrker.
I. Mr, l0l7ll,HHl loving rriflr Iris inifr .uni lu'n itlmxn. -0. .Hin Plflllhllial .uid Aliu Alelzlw' orerlouk
1. Mr. Rmc'r1lt.1m'r. Mr. 1x1J.K'll'l'll, Mr. Rvimwmnn ,Him Geixlk z'lnl1.nm.uing lllfllllflll.
.md Mr, Lev lmti for seromlx. 5. Mixx Young .and Min Uvlferlunder esforl Min
A, Min Zwlsdorf 1li,tpl.1yx .1 lIIl'!lIt'HlII rnrizwl by our ll"iu'rm.rin .lt ilu' uvvalllfilll Day Celebration.
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HARVEY RAMTHUN, Chief Custodian
To keep a school as large as ours here
at Sr. High neat, clean, and in good work-
ing order is a full time job for Mr. Har-
vey Ramthun and his eight assistants.
The custodian's work, which begins at
six in the morning, does not end when
our school day ends. There is still much
to be done in cleaning up classrooms,
sweeping corridors, washing windows,
shoveling snow, and feeding those huge,
hungry furnaces, so our school will be in
ship shape condition for our student
body of 1600 people the following day.
We are grateful to the custodians for
the immaculate condition in which they
keep our school and campus.
NW ARNER ISORCHARDT RAMTHUN W'lEKliR'l' KURTH
PRI-ISIG ROEDER ZEMKE POI SNEEDEN
ABSENT - GEORGE MASANZ
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The Student Council consists of one
member from each homeroom, president,
vice-president, secretary who are elected at
the beginning of each semester, and five
commissioners who serve for a full year.
The Council sponsors the Candy Sale, all-
school dances, football hops, assemblies,
and elections. They also take care of any
other unexpected drives, dances, or other
activities that come up during the year.
Mr. E. A. Roeske is the adviser and helps
the group in solving their problems. This
year's Student Council has labored very
The five commissioners are chosen by
the student body to head vitally impor-
tant committees: publicity, pep, finance,
social, and school affairs.
Student government has become a dis-
tinctive practice at WHS. Its members
carry on the extensive work of govern-
ment. The first Wednesday and third
Monday, representatives meet to discuss
student problems. Through the co-opera-
tion of the students and the assistance of
the Council, we find sanitary conditions
throughout the school and an orderly stu-
dent body. The Student Council is truly a
democratic group which promotes the best
interests of students.
Slumliug: Zilz, Long
Silliug: LrlIIlf7'Fl'fH6', Yunk. llulufrk
STUDENT COUNCIL INSTALLATION
Performers in a rirrus must go
through strivt periods of training
and rehearsals. The students who
the following pages
through surh an ex-
atlending six periods
and fire days a week al
This slrirt training period,
is ronfluded after three
will enable these students
their hes! when they are
to undertake their impor-
tant roles in life.
C0455 01" 1953
It was just a short time ago that we came to WHS as
green sophomores. Like most other under classmen we
were scared and uneasy at all the newness - especially
the huge buildings. Today we look back at those first
days and feel amused. IVHS has an altogether different
meaning to us now. It has grown to be a part of us,
which we will miss greatly. Our Senior Class Play
"Little Women," the exciting school dances, the many
tough assignments and tests we managed to survive, and
oh, those exciting football, basketball, baseball, and
hockey games. With those memories and the knowledge
of understanding, education, and human fellowship,
which will be an asset to us in our future, we the senior
class of 1953 close the doors of WHS behind us.
ABEI. ABITZ ACCOLA ACHTISRBERG AKEY AKEY
ALBEE ALBRECIIT ALLEN
FRED ABEL - Krauts, Math Club. People that talk too
much . . . HELEN ABITZ - People loitering in halls . . .
JOANNE ACCOLA - Choir accompanist, Dramatics, Sky-
rocket. People who call me "jenn" . . . LEROY ACHTER-
BERG - Getting up in the morning . . . ALLEN AKEY -
Wahiscan Editor, President Quill and Scroll, Senior Class
Play. Stop signs , . . LEROY AKEY - Top hatters, Home
Room President, Band. Immature Senior High girls . . . JIM
ALBEE . . . ROBERT ALBRECHT - Ski Club, Intramural
Bowling, Baseball Manager. The Republican Party . . . CAR-
MEN ALLEN - jr. Gregg, G.A.A. Assignments over holi-
days . . . JEANNINE ALWIN - Cheerleader, Pep Club,
Astronomy Club. Two-faced people . . . jOHN WILI.IAM
ANDERSON - Chemistry Club, Conservation Club, Math
ALXVIN ANDERSON ANDERSON
Club . , . MARY NELL ANDERSON - Student Council,
Latin Club, jr. Gregg. Waiting for slow people . . . MICH-
AEL ANDRESHAK - Ski Club. Dog poisoners . . . KAREN
RAE ANTELI. - Latin Club, G.A.A. People who crack
their gum . . . JAMES ASH - Forensics, Spanish Club,
Radio Production Club. Homework on a weekend . . .
JEANNE BABL - Student Council Rep., Youth Council
Rep., F.T.A. Homework . . . WILLIAM BARWICK -
Football, Pep Club, Noon Hour Softball. People talking
during announcements . . . DONNA BAUMANN - jr. Girls
Formal, Biology Club. People who crack gum . . . JEROME
BECK - Biology Club, Conservation Club. Getting up in
the morning . . . ART BECKER.
ANTELL ASH BABL
BAUMANN BECK BECKER
BORKENHAGEN BRADFISH BRADLEY
BRANIYI' BRAUN BRECIILER
EVON ANN BECKWITH - Student Council, Chemistry
Club, Wahiscan editorial staff. Youse . . . jULlANNE
BEDNORSKI - Book Club, Music Club, jr. Gregg. People
talking during a movie . . . LORETTA BEGOLKE - Home
room sec., Pep Club, Student Council. Talkative people . . .
DOROTHY BENDER - G.A.A., Music Club, 1:20 Y-Teens.
People with inflated egos . . . CARL BENNETT -- Foot-
ball, Conservation Club, Student Council. Girls with short
hair . . . NANCY BERG - F.T.A., Student Council, Music
Club. Getting up in the morning . . . LOIS BETHKE -
Sky rocket, Checking Comm., jr. Girls' Formal. A certain
Casanova . . . MARY LEE BISSELL - Ski Club Sec,, Make-
up Comm., jr. Girls' Formal. Lockers that won't open . . .
ALAN BLACK -- Debate, Sr. Class play, Drama Club.
People who borrow things . . . WILLIAM BOPE - Swing
Choir, Play Comm., Music Club. Students who talk during
BECKXVITII BEDNORSKI BEGOLKE
BETHKE HISSELL BLACK
These three words Wausau
Senior High, will remain in my
mind for some time to come. ln
them are expressed the clean,
wholesome living, the classes, ac-
tivities and the fun of going to
high school. In my estimation
W.H.S. offers one of the finest
chances for the youth of our day
to advance himself to a higher
point of living.
The administration, faculty,
and curriculum are one of the
most outstanding in the state.
The features I will miss most are
the above named factors and most
of all the students. Without the
students' co-operation, it would
lack school spirit, and the every-
day enjoyment of going to high
school. W.H.S. has helped me to
BRAMER understand what makes people
BRICK tick and to face the future.
announcements . . . DONALD BORCHARDT - Noon hour
Asst., Math. Club, Noon-hour baseball. Assignments over
week ends . . . BERNITA MARIE BORKENHAGEN -
G.A.A., jr. Gregg. Girls smoking . . . jEAN BORKEN-
HAGEN - Monitor, Y-Teens. Staying home nights . . .
FLORIAN BRADFISH - Activities period . . . SUE BRAD-
LEY - jr. Girls' Formal, Student Council, Monitor. Week-
ends without anything to do . . . MARALYN BRAMER -
jr. Gregg, Library Club, Cafeteria. Home work on week
ends . . . DARLENE BRANDT - Music Club. Cracking
gum . . . KATHLEEN BRAUN - Ski Club, Publicity Comm.,
Y-Teens. Unfriendly people . . . FREDERIC BRECHLER -
Skyrocket, Sr. Class play, Uthrotar. People who block the
halls . . . CLAIRE BRICK - Sr. Class Play, Ski Club Sec..
jr. Prom Comm. Chairman. Unopenable locker 1165.
BENDER BENNETT BERG
BOPP BORCHARDT BORKENHAGEN
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To express in words how much
I shall miss Wausau Senior High
and the three wonderful and ex-
citing years it has given me, is
almost impossible. The education
I received here was not only that
which comes out of a book, but
a much deeper and lasting kind,
both socially and academically.
Like the other Seniors, I'll miss
making and being with my
friends, both students and teach-
ers, the rush in between classes,
and the extra curricular activities
most. I know that wherever I go
- I will always be able to say
with great pride - I went to
Wausau Senior High.
'lean Babl CARLSON
NANCY LEIGH BRUESS - Book Club, jr. Gregg. People
who think they are better than everyone else . . . AARON
BRUMMOND - Ski Club, U-Huh Club, Baseball. Home-
work . . . DOROTHY LOUISE BRUNELL - jr. Gregg,
Chemistry Club, Skyrocket. Homework . . . CHARLES
BRUSHERT - Home Room President, Ski Club. Home-
work on week ends . . . STANLEY BRZEZINSKI - Chess
Club, Astronomy Club, Intramural Basketball. Activity peri-
ods . . . GEORGE BUCHBERGER - Ski Club, Baseball.
Homework . . . ERLAND BURCHARDT - Art Club, Con-
servation Club. Intramural Basketball. Gossipping women . . .
LEONA BUREK - Latin Club, jr. Gregg, Music Club. lm-
proper grammatical expressions . , . SHARON BURGER -
BRUESS BRUMMOND BRUNELL
BURCHARDT BUREK BURGER
CAIVIPION CAREY CAREY
CARSWELI. CASIE CHECK
Student Council, Latin Club, Monitor. Green-eyed monsters
. . . KENNETH BURNS - Noon Hour Activities. Hi-Y
Basketball. School work . . . PAT BUSCH - Hi-Y Basket-
ball, Art Club . . . DELORES BUTLER - Monitor. Nosey
people . . . LOUANN BUTTKE - Music Club, jr. Gregg,
Home Economics Club. Wads of gum in a water fountain.. .
KATHLEEN CAMPION - Music Club, Make-up Commit-
tee, Book Club. People . . . ALICE CAREY . . . JOHANNA
CAREY . . . TOM CARLSON - Football. Homework on
week ends . . . MICHAEL CARSWELL - Hi-Y Basketball,
Chemistry Club, Art Club . . . WILLIAM CASE - Hockey,
Badger Boys' State, Ski Club. People who complain about
school . . . LOUIE CHECK - Table Tennis. Girls who talk
about other boys on dates.
BRUSHERT BRZEZINSKI BUCHBERGER
BURNS BUSCH BUTLER
CHEREK CHRISTIAN CHRISTIANSON CHRISTIANSON CLAIRIVIORE COOPER
CORRIGAN COTE CROYMANS CZECH DABROSKI TUSHKOWSKI
EUGENE CHEREK - Astronomy Club, Chemistry Club, cuts . . . MARLENE CZECH - Library Club, Girls' Glee
Squires. People who don't express their opinion about a dis- Club. Tests . . . EUGENE DABROSKI - School . . .
cussed topic . . . THOMAS CHRISTIAN - Aviation Club. GENE TUSI-IKOXVSKI - Wahiscan Business Staff, Intra-
Loud mouths . . . GERALD CHRISTIANSON - Baseball,
Intramural Basketball, Art Club. Getting up for school on
weekdays . . . SUE CHRISTIANSON - Book Club, As-
tronomy Club, F. T. A. Weekend assignments . . . ESTHER
CLAIRMORE - Skyrocket, Art Club, Home Economics
Club. Boys who think friendly girls have crushes on them
. . . MARGARET COOPER - Music Club, Sing Band,
Book Club. Someone who quits school for no good reason
. . . GEORGE CORRIGAN - Projectionists Club, Astronomy
Club, Band. Trying to sleep on the hard desks in study hall
. . . ALLAN COTE -- Kraut'5 I-Ii-Y Club, Hi-Y Basketball.
bowling. The slowness of Sophomores and juniors in the
halls . . . RICHARD CROYMANS - Intramural Basket-
ball, Aeronautics Club, Art Club. Girls with poodle hair
DALSKE DELISLE DENFELD
DETERT DEUTCII DOEDE
murals, Projectionist Club. Self-centered people . . . ROSE
MARIE DALSKE - G.A.A., Student Council, F.T.A. Home-
work . . . BARBARA DELISLE - German Club, Student
Council, Sr. Y-Teens. "Yousef" . . . DAVE DENFELD -
Leathernecks, Volleyball, Intramurals. Life in general . . .
SHIRLEY ANN UTECHT - jr. 81 Sr. Gregg, Waugonian
Council, Sr. Y-Teens. People who gossip . . . RONALD DE-
TERT - Art Club Pres., Biology Club, Wahiscan. Show-
offs . . . EVELYN DEUTCH - Student Council, German
Club, Wahiscan Business Staff. Slowpokes . . . CAROL
-IEAN DOEDE -- German Club, Orchestra, Wahiscan Busi-
ness Staff. White socks with white bucks . . . DON DOEDE
- Conservation Club, Football, Intramural Basketball.
DOLLOFF DONNIELLY DREHMEL
DUNST IiIJW'ARDS IiGGIfRT
JOAN DOLLOFF A G.A.A., jr. Gregg. Home work over
weekends . . . WII.LIAM DONNELLY - Chess Club,
French Club, Student Council. People who don't have a
sense of humor . . . SI-IEILA DREHMEL - G.A.A., jr. 8:
Sr. Gregg. Homework on weekends . . . ROGER DU FOUR
- Ski Club. School . . .RAE ANN DUMONTE h French
Club, Drama Club, Y-Teens. People who always bounce
around . . . -IERRY DUNBAR - Homework on weekends
. . . DONALD DUNST - Monitor, track. People stepping
on my feet . . . JANE EDWARDS - Pep Club, Ski Club,
G.A.A. Arguing with M.A.R .... YVONNE EGGERT -
Book Club. Arguing politics . . . BOB ELBE - Bowling,
Curling, Leathernecks. Getting up . . . MARGIIE ENGE-
BRECHT - G.A.A., Sr. Gregg, Stuck-up people . . . GER-
OU FOUR DUMUNTE DI 'NISAK
ELBF IiNGlilIRliCllT ERMIQLING
TRUDE ERMELING - G.A.A., Monitor. People who have
social hour on the staircase . . . PATRICIA ERWIN -
Student Council, Pep Club, G.A.A. Noisy gum chewers . . .
ALICE ESKER - jr. Gregg, Book Club, Sr. Class Play
Comm. People who limit their conversation to one thing...
jACK EVANS - Curling, Chemistry Club, Ski Club. Talk-
ative people . . , KIRK EVENSON - Learhernecks, Tracks,
Intramurals. The word ain't . . . MAVIS FECK - Student
Council, Sr. Gregg, Music Club. People who constantly com-
plain . . . FRED FENHAUS - Intramurals. People who
complain . . . BARBARA FISTLFTR - G.A.A., Y-Teens,
Pep Club. Unfriendly people . . . FLORENCE FLIEHS -
G.A.A., Noon hour Y-Teens. People who wear pin striped
ESKIER EVANS liVliNSON
VENHAUS VISTLIER FLIIEIIS
GOETSCI1 GOETSCH GOHDIES
GRAEFE GRAMINSKI GRAVEEN
GENE FOCHS - F.E.A., Conservation Club. Studious stu-
dents . . . JOANNE FREIBERG - Music Club, F.T.A..
Skyrocket. Slow moving people who stop suddenly in the
halls . . . JOHN FROMM - Music Club, Latin Club, Ger-
man Club. The short time allowed for orchestra rehearsals
. . . JERRY FUNK - Skyrocket, Forensics, Spanish Cluh.
People who walk slow in the halls . . . DAVE GEHRING
- Swing Choir. Seniors who act like Sophomores . .
KATHLEEN ANN GEIER - G.A.A., Music Club. Gum in
water fountains . . . JOAN GENRICH - Book Club. People
who talk at the wrong time . . . BONNIE MAE GESKE -
Music Club. Gum in water fountains . . . NANCY LEE
GESKE - Junior Girls Formal, Latin Club, Student Coun-
cil. Kids who walk slow in the corridors . . . GENROSE
FOCIIS FREIHISRG FROIVIM
CSENRICII GESKE GESKE
I am very proud to claim Wau-
sau as my alma mater. To me the
entire school carries an atmos-
phere of cheer and friendliness.
Indeed I shall miss the smiles and
greetings of the students I have
known here. If it were possible,
I should like to go back and be-
gin my high school days all over.
The crowded busses and halls,
the football and basketball games,
and most of all, locker trouble,
will be my greatest losses upon
leaving. Whatever the future may
hold for me, I'm sure that Wau-
sau High gave me the necessary
preparation in order to advance
vo1.1.ENwr1oHt -Nancy Hubevle
"JEAN" GOEDEN - Music Club, Girls Glee Club. Slow
people in the halls . . . JERRY GOETSCH - Conservation
Club. Assignments . . . JOY GOETSCI-I - Music Club.
Holiday and weekend assignments . . . KENNETH
GOETSCH - Conservation Club, Intramurals, Astronomy
Club. Conceited women . . . LEROY GOETSCH - Intra-
murals. Untalkative students . . . RICHARD GOHDES -
Ski Club. Astronomy Club, Radio Club. Green hair . . .
JOHN VERCIMAK - Boxing, Basketball, Golf . . . DAN
GRAEFE - Bowling. People in general . . . GLENN GRA-
MINSKE - Bowling, Intramurals. Women smokers . . .
CAROL GRAVEEN - Library Club, Baton Twirling Club.
stuck-up people . . . JOHN voLLENwE1DER - ski Club,
FUNK GEHRING GEIER
GOEDEN GOETSCH GOETSCH
W ausau Senior High School.
A uditorium, in all its splendor.
U pper classmen fI'm one of themj.
S uperior teachers - not to be equaled.
A ll-School activities.
II under classmen in the balcony.
I'LL MISS THOSE . .
S uperlatives by Rosenhauer.
Ii lusive unknowns by Luttrell.
N eat discussions in Henderson's
I nteresting disections conducted by
O rchestra sessions with K.R.N. Grill.
R oman reminiscences with
Hulbert as guide.
I'LL REMEMBER . . .
H arrowing tests and successful UQ
I deas and ideals inspired by teachers
G ood things to remember.
H ey'!Wait!-I'n1 still here. HALMINIAK
-Tom Harrison HARalsoN
GAIL GRAVITTER - Skyrocket, G.A.A., Y-Teens. People
always correcting me . . , CHARMAINE GREMLER -
G.A.A., Music Club, Home Ec. Club. Girls wearing jeans . ..
MARJORIE FULLER GREVENOW - Debate, State Baton
Twirling, Ski Club. People who don't smile or say hello...
ROBERT GREVENOW - Badger Boys State, Debate, Uth-
rotar. People who refer to their hair as "them" . . . MAR-
GARET GRIMM - F.T.A., Latin Club, Music Club. Fault-
finding people . . . DELORES GRITZMACHER - Library
Club, Home Ec. Club, Library staff. Stuck-up people . . .
DAVID GROTH - Radio Club, Ski Club, Astronomy Club.
Green hair . . . NANCY HABECK - Cheerleading, Student
Council, jr. Prom. Talkative people . . . PAUL HAEHLKE
- Conservation Club, H.R. Pres., Monitor. People who
GRAVITTER GREMLER GREVENOW'
GROTH IIABECK HAEHLKIS
IIANNEMAN IIANSUN HARRIS
HISGNA IIEIDIEMANN IlAIiMMIiRI,li
think they are never wrong . . . MARY HAHN - G.A.A.,
Music Club, Swing Choir. People who stand around at
dances . . . RONALD HAHN - Show-offs . . . JOAN
HALKOSKI - Wahiscan Bus. Staff, Home room Sec.,
Bowling. People that like to show off . . . ROGER HAL-
MINIAK - Dull classes . . . FLORENCE HANNEMAN -
Music Club, jr, Gregg. Complaining people . . . JOANN
HANSON - Student Council, Music Club. A toothpaste
tube squeezed in the middle . . . SHIRLEY HARRIS -
Groups standing in halls . . . TOM HARRISON - Uthrotar,
Band Bt Orchestra, Tophatters . . . CHARLES HEGNA -
Leathernecks . . . WILLIS HEIDEMANN - Basketball,
Baseball, Football. School in general . . . ROGER HAFM-
MERLE - Ski Club, Curling Club. Teachers in general...
GRliVIiNOXV GRIMM GRI'I'ZIVIACI'IIiR
IIAIIN IIAHN IIALKOSKI
HEINTZ HEINZ IIEINZ
HII.DliBRAND'I' IIINZMANN HOEVS
JUDITH HEINTZ - Future Teachers of America, Music
Club, Book Club. People with sophisticated airs . . . BEV-
ERLY HEINZ - G.A.A.. Junior Girls Formal, Music Club.
People slamming other people's lockers shut . . . DARXVIN
HEINZ - Camera Club. Too much homework . . . JIM
HETT - Art Club Pres., Wahiscan Staff, Student Council.
Cheap sentiment found in modern tunes . . . JAMES HET-
TINGA - Boxing, Student Council, Noon hour Activities.
Girls standing in the middle of the hall . . . ROBERT HIL-
BER - Boxing, Conservation, Intramurals. More about in-
tramurals . . . VIRGINE THELMA HILDEBRANDT -
G.A.A., Music Club. People who block the stairs . . . EL-
WOOD BUD HINZMANN - Math Club Sec., Intra-
murals. Week-encl assignments . . . BENJAMIN HOEFS Q
From eight o'clock A.M. to four o'clock P.M .... BETTY
HOEFMANN - Music Club, F.T.A., G.A.A. Week end
IIOLZEM IIOLZSCIIUII IIORNE
IMM IVERSON JACOBSON
HETT HETTINGA HILBER
IIOFEMANN HOFFMANN HOLMES
assignments . . ROBERT HOFEMANN - Biology Club.
Horse-play in the halls . . . JANET RUTH HOLMES -
French Club, Swing Choir, Y-Teens. Dirty ash trays . . .
BARBARA HOLZEM - Transfer from Merrill High School.
Swing Choir. Conceited people . . . LOIS JEAN HOLZ-
SCHUH - Pep Club, Home Ec. Club, G.A.A. Dancing with
boys who hate to dance . . . RICHARD HORNE - Ski
Club, Hockey Club. Week end assignments . . . DAVE
HUSEBY - Swing Choir, Camera Club, Intramurals . . .
Getting hands wet at the school's drinking fountains . . .
VANGIE IMM - Choir, Music Club, Book Club. Long
assignments , . . ROBERT IVERSON - Intramural Bowl-
ing. Wtrnmen drivers . . . JOAN HELEN JACOBSON -
G.A.A. Badger, Girls' State, Y-Teens. People who never
smile . . . GORDON JAECKS - Uthrotar, Conservation
Club, Chemistry Club. Show people in the halls.
JAECKS JAECKS JAMES
JOHNAS JOHNSON JOHNSON
ROBERT JAECKS - Conservation Club, Choir, Tennis.
People who aren't much but think they're everything . . .
SHIRLEY JAECKS - Book Club, Jr., Sr. Gregg Club. Stu-
dents dragging along in the halls . . . MARY JANE JAMES
- Jr. Sr. Gregg, Music Club. People who brag . . . DAVE
JENSEN - Conservation Club, Chess Club, Biology Club.
Students that willingly tear down the character of fellow
students . . . JIM JESTER - Leathernecks, Volleyball, Con-
servation Club. Pessimists . , . VIC JOHNS - Tennis, Intra-
murals, Camera Club. Girls that smoke . . . HARVEY
JOHNAS - Conservation Club, Camera Club, Leathernecks.
Monday mornings . . . CLARENCE JOHNSON - Camera
Club, Chess Club, Orchestra. People who are too helpful . . .
ROGER JOHNSON - Football, Uthrotar. Swing Choir.
The "Swagger" type . . . BILL JOHNSON - Baseball, Hi
JENSEN JESTER JOHNS
JOHNSON JONES KAMIENICK
Y Club. Going to school . . . NANCY JONES -- Library
Club. Music Club, Sr. Gregg. Males in levies . . . RUDOLPH
KAMENICK - Bowling, Volleyball, Baseball. People who
draw hasty conclusions . . . EUGENE KARPINSKE - U-
Huh Club, Ski Club, Astronomy Club. Not enough water
fountains . . . LUETTA KASTEN - Jr. Gregg, Book Club.
Library Club. People who don't return books and magazines
in the study halls , . . AUTUMN KAUFMAN - French
Club. Latin Club. Baton Twirling. My cantankerous locker
. . . GREGORY KAZMIER -- Astronomy Club, Football,
Boxing. Slow moving crowds in the halls . . . RUSSELI.
KENT - Curling, Uthrotar, Football. Wfomen drivers . . .
ARI.EEN KESSEN - Jr. Gregg, French Club, Book Club.
People who crack gum . . . DONALD KETTNER - F.F.A.,
Conservation Club, Chess Club. School . . .
KASTEN KAUFMAN KAZMIER
KENT KESSEN KliT'l'NliR
Doubtful as I was, I was amaz-
ed at how easily one could get
along and really enjoy attending
our Senior High School. The ex-
tra time and effort which is given
willingly and cheerfully by the
capable teachers to anyone earn-
estly seeking help or advice has
seemed one of the outstanding
features. The opportunities to get
ahead in athletics, music, or any
other field are open to everyone.
The friends I have made among
both teachers and students, I shall
forever cherish. Many more sub-
jects have been available to us
than to the majority of high
school students. l shall miss every-
thing about Senior High after
-IOANNE KELI. - G,A.A., Music, jr. Gregg. Slow pokes
. . . LOIS KETTNER - Music Club. Tests on Monday and
slow pokes . . . EVELYN KUEK - Student Council, Wa-
hiscan, Pep Club. Cracking gum . . . DELORES KING -
Music Club, Home Ec. Club, Shovey people , . . KATH-
LEEN KLEMAN 7 junior Girls' Formal, Music Club, Pep
Club. People who make so much out of so little . . . DON-
ALD KLEMM A- Intramurals. Conservation Club, Ski Tour-
nament. Dancing . . . BARBARA KLIMEK - Student Coun-
cil, Pep Club, Book Club. Coming home early on dates . . .
ARNIE KLOS - Basketball, Football, Chess Club. School
. . . VIRGINIA MAE KLUEINIDER - Library Club. F.T.A.,
Music Club. Students that brag about their grades . . .
FREDERICK KLUEVER - Football Mgr., Basketball, Base-
ball. Wtrrk . . . ROGER KLUEVER - Football Manager,
RliT'l'NliR Klhllfli KING
KLOS IiI.UliNDliR KLINEVIZR
KNIPPEL KOBAK KOHNHORST
KULBERG KOPP KOPPA
Shamrocks Hi-Y Club, Baseball. My nickname fMeatj . . .
CAROL KLUG - Book Club, jr. Gregg, Sr. Gregg. In-
sufficient funds . . . SHARON JANICE KMEN - Usher,
Wahiscan business staff, Book Club. Slow people in halls . . .
DENNIS KNAPP . . . CAROL KNIPPEL - Music Club,
Sing Band, Swing Choir. People who stand on the stairways
to talk . . . ALICE KOBAK - Sing Band, Music Club, Sr.
Gregg. Being called "Red" . . . WILBUR EARL KOHN-
HORST - Ski Club. American-made motorcycles . . . MARI-
AN KOLBECK - Music Club, Home Ec. Sr. Gregg . . .
JEROME KOLBERG - F.F.A., Camera Club. English motor-
cycles . . . jOYCE KOPP - Music Club, Home Ec., Sr.
Gregg. People who don't keep appointments . . . RITA
MAY KOPPA - jr. Gregg, G.A.A., Book Club. Dry skin.
KLEMAN KLEMM KLIMEK
KLUIEVER KLUG KMEN
I think Wausau High has the
largest amount of the best activ-
ities that a school can offer. The
students of WHS have so many
opportunities to gain valuable
experience in whatever field they
choose, and I am glad that I could
be a part of it for these three
eventful years. The Skyrocket,
forensics, the Senior Class Play,
the clubs, Home Room 251 will
be a part of me for many years. I
hope I can continue with some of
these activities when I go on to
,Q school. I will probably miss Mr.
johnson and Mr. Marquardt the
most. I think I learned things
5 from the classes that will be of
real value to me wherever I go.
KRUEGER KRYSHAR KUCIRIZK KUFAHI.
KUJAXVA IKLIRSZIEXVSKI KURTII KURTZXVELI.
JOANNE KOPPLIN - jr. Gregg, Sr. Gregg, Home Ec.. Club, Ski Club, Swimming . . . WILBUR KRUEGER P-
Throwing gum in the bubblers . . . DAVID M. KOY -
Bowling, Aviation, Hi-Y Basketball . . . DON KOY -
Bowling, Leathernecks, Intramurals , . . JIM KOZLOVSKY
- Conservation Club, Astronomy Club, Ski Club. Only one
table saw for the Woodwork Course . . . KENNETH H.
KRAIMER - Loud mouths . . . CHARLES KRAUSE -
Leathernecks, Intramurals. People who over indulge . . .
IRENE KRAUSE - German Club, Monitor, Biology Club.
Back seat drivers . . . DONNA KROENING - Smart
aleck drivers . , . JAMES H. KRONEWETTER - Ski Club.
Harley-Davison Motorcycles . . . GILBERT KRUEGER -
Chemistry Club, Loud mouthed people . . , PHYLLIS RUTH
KRUEGER - H.R. Sec. Treas., Y-Teen Club, Music Club,
Someone who stares . . . WALTER KRUEGER - Chess
KOPPLIN ROY ROY
KRAUSE KROIENING l'iRONIiNW"li'I"I'liR
Student Council, German Club, Proiectionist Club, Girls. ..
THOMAS KRYSHAK - Math Club, Leathernecks, Boxing.
Too many big wheels rolling around . . . DONALD KUCI-
REK - Chess Club, Hi-Y, Intramurals. Teachers that talk
about themselves . . . GERALD KUFAHL - Chess Club,
Ski Club, Camera Club. Teachers who give week-end assign-
ments . . . ANN KUjAWA - Music Club. Hair used in
the Plural . . . LEROY KURSZEWSKI - Proiectionist Club,
Bowling, Intramurals. Alcoholic Women . . . NANCY
KURTH - G.A.A., jr. Gregg, Student Council. Gossipping,
even though I sometimes indulge in it . . . ROGER KURTZ-
WEIL - Boxing, Biology Club, Aviation Club. Practical
jokes . .
KOZLOVSKY KRAIMISR KRAUSE
KRUEGER KRUEGER l'iRI,lIiGER
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LA FAVE LAHR LAMBRECHT
l.ANGl lOlflf LA PORTE LARSON
ELIZABETH LAEAVE - Costume Comm. Sr. class play,
Checking Comm., Home Ec. Club . . . PATRICIA LAHR -
Choir, German Club, Art Club. Getting up early . . . BON-
NIE LAMBRECHT - Latin Club, G.A.A., Home Ec. Club.
Talkative people . . . KATHLEEN LANDREVILLE -
Wausau Day Queen, Badger Girls, Commissioner of School
Activities. Waiting for buses . . . jIM WALDINGER -
Track, Ski Club, H.R. Pres., Getting up in the morning . . .
KENNETH LANGHOEF - Forensics, High Y . . . PHYL-
LIS LANGHOEF - Skyrocket Business Staff, Camera Club,
Student Council. Bells that don't ring on time at the end
of a period . . . BERNARD LAPORTE - Ski Club, IVIotor-
cycle Club . . . ROBERT LARSON - Wahiscan, Camera
Club, Activities pictures. People, when posed, saying lim-
burger instead of cheese . . . YVONNE LASALLE - Y-
Teen, Student Council, Music Club. Bob 8: Ray . . . PHYL-
Lliktlll I.l5vANoosKl I.l2VANDOSkI
I.Iiw'ITZRli l.Ili'l'Z LITZIER
LANDRIiVILl.Ii XVALDIIVGER LANGHOIII'
LA SALLE LE GAULT LEITZKE
LIS LE GAULT - E.H.A., Home Ec. Club. People who
think they know it all . . . WILLIAM LEITZKE - Book
Club, Camera Club. Too many unhappy people . . . ANNA-
LEE LERCH - Choir, Pep Club, Music Club. Holding
hands in school . . . LYLE LEVANDOSKI - Ski Club, In-
tramurals, Math Club. World goes to fast . . . BILL LEV-
ANDOSKI - Track, Ski Club, H.R. Pres., People who
won't smile when spoken to . . . NANCY LEVIN - Music
Club, Home Ee. Club., Sr. Y-Teen. Gum in the water foun-
tains . . . CAROL LEWITZKE - jr. St Sr. Gregg, G.A.A.
Waiting for someone . . . JOAN LIETZ - Latin Club,
Music Club, Waugonian Council Students who won't smile
in the hall . . . -IO ANN LITZER - Student Council, Class
play, Forensics. It's in the book . . . DONALD LOEFFEL --
Choir, Ski Club, Pep Club. Students putting tucks in chairs.
LOE If If EI.
LONG LOVRIEN LUCAS LUEDTKE LUEDTKE LUNT
MAAS MAIER MALONE MARQUARDT MARQUARDT MARSON
GORDON LONG - Uthrotar, Comm. of Finance 84 School DALE MARQUARDT - Student Council, Hi-Y, H.R.
Affairs, Tophatters. Students that don't smile and say hello Pres .... ARLENE MARSON - G.A.A., jr. Gregg, Mon-
. . CAROLINE LOVRIEN - Skyrocket, Drama, Y-Teens. itor. Gum cracking . . . GORDON MARTEN - Chemis-
People who don't like jeeps . . . jOE LUCAS - Projection- try Club, H.R. Pres., Biology Club. Unfrienclly people . . .
ist Club. Engaged girls . . . DIANE LUEDTKE - Music LYLE MARTENS - Football, Track, Bancl. Studying in
Club, Home Ec. Club, F.T.A. Club. Waiting for someone... study halls . . . ESTHER MARK - Orchestra, Art Club,
LOIS LUEDTKE i Y-Teen, German Club, Home Ec. Club. German Club. People referring to hair as them . . . MARY
Girls that smoke . . . ERNEST LUNT - Football, Track . .. MATHIE - G.A.A., Y-Teen, Careless grooming . . . DALE
RONNIE MAAS - Band, Pep Club. The clay after the MATTESON - Leatherneck, Curling Club, Intramurals.
night before . . . BETTY MAIER - Camera Club, H.R. Flyboys . . . COLLEEN McCORMICK - Ski Club, Music
Sec., Skyrocket Bus. Staff. Ill-mannered people . . . jOI-IN Club, Y-Teens. Weekend assignments . . . XVILLIAM Mc-
MALONE - H R. Pres., F.T.A., Camera Club. Overcrowdecl CRORY - Bowling. English . . . PHYLIS MCCUTCHEON
gym at Hops . . CAROL MARQUARDT - G.A.A., Sr. - Astronomy Club, Pep Club, jr. Gregg. School on Mon-
Class play committee Neck scarfs worn cowboy style . . . clay . . .
MARTEN MARTIQNS MARK MATHIIL
MATTESON MCCORMICK MCCRORY MCCUTCHEON
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These are baby snaps of people
who are now mighty seniors.
Hou' nmu ' are 'ou able to name?
If you gel sluck, turn lo page 106.
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Ballot box uustuffers. 3
Brerlaler and Akey - "O Happy Day."' 9
Dorf! they look happy? 10
james Sullivan, monitor-at-ufork. 1 1
Svhalou' and Sflaeel - Srboolworle?
Extra-furrirular activity - RlJyr1er's.
Ken Lalzglyoff ix tlyillleiflgf
A working monitor?
Brute Pollovl? relaxes after a bard day
Thanks for a swell Sleyrocket, Mary.
Tlaere be is - Uyayfle Zillman!!
McGlNI.EY MEILAHN MIiII.AHN
MEYER lVlliYliR MISKIN
MARGO MCGINLEY - Skyrocket, Pep Club, Book Club.
Kids who can't take a joke . . . CARLETON MEILAHN --
Leathernecks, Football. Cross Country. Backseat Drivers . . .
MONA RAE MEILAHN - G.A.A., Art Club. Chewed gum
in the drinking fountains . . . BETH MELANG - Band,
H.R. Sec., Ski Club. Popping in study hall . . . ROBERT
METTELKA - Shamrocks, Ski Club, French Club. Wtumen
with no-Q . . . CHARLES j. MEURET - Chemistry Club,
Radio Club, Projectionist Club. Monday mornings . . .
LEONE MEYER - Drama Club, Y-Teens, Music Club.
People who always look happy . . . SHIRLEY MEYER -
G.A.A., jr. Gregg, Sr. Gregg. Gum in drinking fountains
. . . ALAN MISKIN - Shamrock, Tennis, Chess Club.
Teachers who require extra credit to get better than a C...
VUILLIAM MITCHELL - Ski Club, Intramural Volleyball.
Tests . . . jOHN MITCHKA - Student Council, Ski Club,
MOHLNITZKY MONSON MOOTZ
MORTENSON MORTISNSON MUCHA
MELANG NIETTELKA MEURET
MITCHELL MITCHKA MITTELSTAEDT
Shamrocks. Slow-moving people in halls . . . DON MIT-
TELSTAEDT - Intramurals, Chess Club, Chemistry Club.
People who move slowly in the halls . . . MARY LOU
MOHLNITZKY - Y-Teens, G.A.A., Costume committee
for Sr. Class play. Having to laugh at teacher's jokes . . .
NANCY MONSON - Home Economics Club, Pep Club,
Ski Club. Teachers who give homework over the weekend
. . . LORRAINE MOOTZ - Biology Club, Jr. Gregg, Sr.
Gregg. Gum in drinking fountains . . . BETTY MORAN -
Home work . . . .IEANNE MORTENSON - Latin Club,
Library Club, Jr. Gregg. Big wheels . . . ROBERT MOR-
TENSON - Krouts, National Guards . . . ROBERT MU-
CHA - Student Council, Track, Conservation Club. People
who talk a lot, but don't say anything . . . MARY MUCKER-
HEIDE - G.A.A., Skyrocket, Chemistry Club. People who
slam my locker shut . . .
LA MERE MULLEN MURPHY
NERSVEEN NIEVINSKI NIEVINSKI
LAWRENCE LAMERE . . . DONALD MULLEN - Home
Economics Club, Intramural Bowling. "I don't wanna" . . .
DAVID A. MURPHY - Football, Conservation Club,
Squires. Boys with long hair . . . MARGARET PEGGIE
NEESS - Ski Club, Music Club, Y-Teens. Boys with long
hair . . . BETTY NELSON - Senior Gregg, Music Club,
Home Room Sec. Little Miss Know it Alls . . . BYRON
NELSON - Ski Club, Boxing, Intramural Basketball . . .
ROBERT NERSVEEN - Latin Club, Chemistry Club,
Squires. Slow people in the halls . . . EUGENE NIEVIN-
SKI - Drakes, Leathernecks, Home Economics Club . . .
LORRAINE NIEVINSKI - Skyrocket G.A.A., Drama Club.
Short leaves given to sailors . . . JOHN NIXON - Hockey
Mgr., Sound effects man, Aviation Club . . . Are you 21?
. . ALICE NUSSBAUM - G.A.A., jr. and Sr. Gregg. Un-
NEESS NELSON NELSON
comfortable chairs in school . . . MARIAN NYLAND -
Transfer from Eosston, Minn, Chorus, Pep Club. Younger
sister . . . jO ANNE OESTREICH - Skyrocket, Wahiscan,
Ski Club. Conceited kids . . . HELEN OHRMUNDT -
G.A.A., Music Club, Guidance office work. Talkative people
and Arlene . . BERNARD OLBRANTZ - People who
think they're wheels and are nothing . . . CARLTON
SWEIUE OLSON - Stage crew Pres. People who call me
Carlton , . . DENNIS OPPERMANN - Football, Basket-
ball, Shamrocks. Getting up at 7:50 . . . jIM OSTERBRINK
- Cross Country, Track, Intramural basketball . . . GEORGE
OSTROSKI - Seeing girls smoke . . . PATRICIA OTTO -
G.A.A., jr. and Sr. Gregg. People wearing heels and ear-
rings with jeans.
OIIRMUNDT OLBRANTZ OLSON
OS'l'liRBRINK OSTROSKI OTTO
PLAUTZ PLAVNICK POESKE
POLL I'Ol.l.OCK POPHAI,
PATRICIA PAGEL - Book Club, Library Club, Music
Club. People who talk about themselves all the time . . .
DORIS PARKIN - Majorette, Ski Club. Music Club. Un-
friendly people . . . jOYCE PEDERSEN - Finance Com-
mittee, Pep Club, G.A.A. People who aren't friendly in the
halls . . . BILLIE PENNELL - Wahiscatn. All School Plays,
Cheerleading. People who come to dances to holrl up the
walls . . . ROSE MARY PEROUTKA - Home EC. Club,
Sr. Gregg, Monitor. The Sophomores . . . VIRL PETERS . . .
GARY PETERSON - Leathernecks. Dull study halls . . .
RICHARD PETERSON - Shamrocks, Ski Club, Chemistry
Club. Talkative people . . . jEROMli PFLIEGER - Drakes,
Bowling, Home Ec. Club. Girls in levis . . . jOAN PIEPER
- Skiing, F.T.A., Y-Teens. Sophomores and juniors trying
to act intelligently . . . PATRICIA PIESHALLA - Book
PAGEI. PARKIN PEDERSUN
I'Ii'l'lfRSON PETERSON PI"l.IIiGlfR
Wausau Senior High is and al-
ways will be tops. The famous
reputation the school has ac-
quired during the year makes it a
privilege to attend it. I imagine
every one likes his or her school
to a certain degree, but all
schools haven't the facilities,
school spirit, fine co-operation as
we do here. My only hope is that
I, along with the rest of my class-
mates, have added in some small
way to its reputation. I will miss,
but not forget, the wonderful
times, the many events, and the
countless experiences provided me
by the school. The friendliness
and warmth shown by the faculty
both in and out of school will be
missed also. My education here
has been quite extensive. Without
it I couldn't look toward a future,
but with it, I can.
Club, Library Club, Music Club. School work over the week-
end . . . NANCY PIjAN - German Club, jr. Gregg, Sr.
Class play Publicity Committee . . . ANITA PLAUTZ --
Library Club. German Club, G.A.A. People who crack their
gum . . . KEN PLAVNICK - Track, Music Club, Intra-
murals. Getting up in the morning while it's still dark out-
side . . . GRACE POESKE - jr. Gregg. Homework over
weekends . . . NANCY POESKE - jr. Gregg. Those long
assignments . . . GLORIA POLL - G.A.A., jr. Gregg, Ski
Club. Groups of people who don't welcome others . . .
BRUCE POLLOCK - Football, German Club, Stags. People
who take their leisure between classes . . . ELLEN POPHAL
-Y-Teens, Latin Club, G.A.A. Discourteous people . . .
jOYCE POPHAL - Ski Club, Pep Club, jr. Girls Formal.
Talking about tests at dances . . .
PENNELI. PEROUTKA PETERS
PIIEPER PIESHALLA PUAN
In my estimation, the oppor-
tunity for extra-curricular activ-
ity is the outstanding feature of
Wausau High. Few schools in the
country can offer as fine a pro-
gram for character and physical
advancement. Even fewer may
boast of facilities as excellent as
our new units or a staff of in-
structors as effective as those I
have been privileged to have. As
students and future leaders of the
world, we must remember the
profits of erudition cannot be
measured in terms of material
gain. Education is a marionette
to be manipulated to advantage
by the individual. In truth, know-
ledge erects the stairway to suc-
JAMES A. PORTER - Aviation Club, Track . . . ROGER
R. POSPYCHALA - Music Club, Camera Club. Wtmnxen
Bowlers . . . LEVI PRECHEL - Bowling, Baseball, Intra-
mural. People that are always right . . . JOYCE E, PRIEBE
- Jr. Gregg. Slow people . . . MARY ANN PRIEBE - Sr.
Gregg, Music Club, Math Club. Loquacious people who don't
allow my opinion . . . JAMES PRIEVE - Music Club,
Krauts, Teachers without a sense of humor . . . JUSTINE
PROZINSKI - Music Tournaments, Spring Play, Swing
Choir. Bashful people . . . DONALD PUARIEA - Stage
Crew, Band, Tophatters. A play with about six lighting di-
rectors . . . ROSEMARY RADANDT - French Club, Ski
Club. Pierced ears . . . IRENE RADKE - Ski Club, Music
Club, Band. When people you know don't say hello . . .
PORTER POSPYCHALA PRECHEI.
PROZINSKI PUARIEA RADANDT
REDETZKE REINCIS REISINGER
RESCH RHYNER RICHMOND
MARY RADTKE - Cheerleader, Wahiscan, Badger Girls'
state. caddy Guys . . . EARL RAMTHUM - ski Club, rn-
tramural . . . JANET RANDRUP - G.A.A., Sr. Gregg. Un-
friendly people . . . MARGARET ANN REDETZKE -
Soph. Class Sec., Decoration Co., Y-Teens. Those who laugh
at others mistakes . . . MARILYN REINCE - G.A.A.,
F.T.A., Home EC. People who are conceited and show offs
. . . JOHN REISINGER - Leathernecks, Music Club, The
one that got away . . . BARBARA RESCH - Student Coun-
cil, Jr. Gregg, Music. Malicious gossip . . . JOAN RESCH -
Art Club, Astronomy Club, Music Club. Two faced people
. . . JEROIVIE RHYNER . . . DONNA RICHMOND - Jr.
Gregg, G.A.A., Home Ec. Pres., Conceited people . . .
PRlliBli PRIEBE PRIEVIE
RADKE RADTKE RAMTHUM
RICHTER RIDGE RILEY
ROSE ROSSENBACH ROTH
jEANE RICHTER - Art Club, Home Economics Club, Bi-
ology Club The seven o'clock alarm , , . JOHN RIDGE -
Uthrotar, Curling Club, Math Club. Forced labor fhome-
work included, . . . jEREDITI-I RILEY - Spring Play Music
Club, Swing Choir. People who sing off key in choir . . .
ALICE RILLING - Skyrocket, French Club, E.T.A. People
who continually chew gum . . . MAXINE ROMACK -
G.A.A., Ski Club, Music Club. People who stand in the
middle of the corridor and talk . . . RICHARD RONEK -
Intramurals, Chess Club . . . CARROLL ROSE - Intra-
murals, Bowling, Hockey . . . BARBETTA ROSSENBACH
- Book Club, G.A.A., jr. Gregg. jo's constant singing . . .
BARBARA ROTH - Orchestra, Astronomy Club Sec., Stu-
dent Council. Loquacious gum-chewers . . . JOHANNA
ROTHENBERGER - Skyrocker, G.A.A., Monitor. Slow
walkers in crowded halls . . . MARGARET RUETHER -
SADOXVSKI SANDERS SCHALOXX7
SCHAVE SCHEEL SCHENZEL
RILLING ROMACR RONEK
RO'I'HENBliRGliR RUETHER RYAN
jr. 84 Sr. Gregg, Library Club. People who talk during mov-
ies . . . MARGARET RYAN . . . VALERIAN SAIJOWSKI,
jR. -- Radio Club, Football, Choir. Students who walk slow
. . . SHIRLEY SANDERS - G.A.A., Pep Club. Kids who
don't cheer at ball games . . . DENNIS SCHALOW - Senior
Class Vice Pres., Student Council Pres., Basketball, Giddy
Girls Gabbing Garrulously about Gorgeous Guys . . . NAN-
CY SCHALOW - Music Club, G.A.A., Guidance Office.
People who talk too much . . . BARBARA SCHAVE - Ski
Club, G.A.A., Music Club. To have people crack their gum
. . . LOIS ANN SCHEEL - Cheerleader, Home Room
Pres., Pep Club. Being called "RED" . . . BEVERLY JANE
SCHENZEL - Monitor, Home Ec. Club, E.T.A. Girls that
crack their gum . . . ARLENE E. SCHEWE - Music Club,
Boys talking about their previous girl friends . . .
SCHILLING SCHMIDT SCHOEPKE
SCHREIBER SCHULTZ SCHUMACIIER
ARTHUR SCHILLING - H.R. Pres. Kids talking in the
middle of the stairway , . . ROGER SCHMIDT - Baseball,
Bowling. Girls . . . XVAYNE SCHOEPKE - Math Club,
Projectionist Club, transfer from Marinette. Wtmnien drivers
. . . AUDREY SCHOMANN - Sr, Gregg, jr. Gregg, Li-
brary Club. False accusations against myself . . . RAEBURN
SCHOONOVER - Home Ec. Club. Conceited people . . .
ELEANOR SCI-IRAM - Skyrocket, G.A.A., Student Coun-
cil. Gum chewing in school . . . VERNON SCHREIBER -
Golf team, Intramural Volleyball, Golf. Tests on Monday
mornings . . . -IOANNE SCHULTZ - Music Club, Talent
Show, Bowling. People who interrupt during a conversation
. . . WAYNE SCHUMACHER - Curling, Leathernecks.
Stuck up people . . . NANCY SCHUMANN A Sr. Class
play, Tophatter vocalist, Ski Club. Conceited people . . .
SHIRLEY SCHXWOCHO - Library Club, German Club,
SCHOMANN SCHOONOVER SCHRAM
SCHUMANN SCHVUOCHU SlfElfEI.DT
Book Club. People who stop to talk on the stairs . . . MARY
ANN SEEEELDT - G.A.A., Latin Club, Library Club . . .
MAVIS SETULA - jr. Gregg, Sr. Gregg, G.A.A. People
who dislike everything and don't want to do anything . . .
SHIRLEY SEYMOUR - Library Club, Biology Club, Music
Club. Homework on weekends . . . DOLORES SHAI.EW-
SKI - Book Club, Music Club, Home Ec. Club. Getting up
in the morning . . . DON SHERBERT - Sr. class play, Wa'
hiscan, Act. Association Photographer. Constant cynics . . .
MARLENE SHORT . . . EBEN SIECKERT - Track, Curl-
ing Club, Trampoline team. Conceited girls . . . FRANKLIN
SILLARS - Intramural Baseball, Volleyball, Drama Club.
Boys that won't come out on the dance floor . . . TOM
SCHLIESMAN - Chemistry Club, Activities pictures, Stu-
dent Council. Weekencl without a party . . .
SEYMOUR SIIALEXVSKI SHliRBIiR'I'
SIECKERT SILLARS SCHLIESMAN
stmuoia seimour sPYcnAI.1.A
stamina STIEBISR s'1'o1.Tz
-IAMES SKALECKE - Football, Track, Math Club. Con-
ceited people . . . DARLENE SKARE - Music Club, Home
Room Sec., Wahiscan Business. People who talk constantly
-so I can't . . . SALLY SLAGOSKI - Wahiscan Business,
Social Comm., Music Club. Earrings with jeans - NANCY
SMITH - Senior Class Play, Music Club, H.R. officer. No
letter today . . . PHYLLIS SMITH - Library Club, Check-
ing Comm., Music Club. Cracking gum . . . THOMAS
SMITH w- Giggling girls . . . JOHN SNAPP - Ski Club,
Chemistry Club. '52 Chevy's . . . PATRICIA SOBKOWIAK
- Wfahiscan Business, Student Council, Pep Club. Conceited
people . . . VIRGINIA SOBVICK - Music Club, Latin
Club, Sr. Home Ec. Club. Poor Conversationalists . . . jOAN
SORGES - Wztugtmnian Council, -Ir. Gregg, C.A.A. People
SKALECKIE SKARE SLAGOSKI
SNAPP SOBKOXVIAK SOBVICK
Wausau Senior High has been
a second home to me. Not only
in actual time spent here, but also
Il in the friendliness of the teachers,
and the fun-lovingness of the
students. Surely, school work
wasn't the only thing to do at
school. There was always time to
serve on committees, prepare for
'A special activities, and have just
'V plain fun. I'll miss all these things
A about Wausau and shall never
X X forget them.
STECKUNG -Betly Wfoehlert
who talk a lot and say nothing . . . CHARLES SOUKUP -
Cross-Country, Track, Curling. Inebriates . . . RODERICK
SOUKUP - Hockey, Chemistry Club, Ski Club. Slow
people in the halls . . . ARLETTE SPAUDE - G.A.A.
Music Club, Home Ec. Club. Impolite people . . . GAIL
SPRAGUE - Too much home work . . . SALLY SPYCHAL-
LA - Music Club, Home Ec. Club. Schmidts . . . DANIEL
STECKLING - Aviation Club, German Club, Intramural
Basketball. Conceitecl people . . . GRETCHEN STEFFKE -
Sr. Class Play, French Club, Drama Club. Politics . . . CLIF-
FORD STIEBER - Intramural Basketball, Volleyball, Soft-
ball . . . DANNY STOLTZ . . . JEROME STOLTZ - H.R.
Pres., Astronomy Club, Conservation Club. Home work over
week ends . . .
SMITH SMITH SMITH
SORGES SOUKUP SOUKUP
My three years at W.H.S. have
been filled with profitable experi-
ences, in the class room and in
extra-curricular activities. I don't
think there is any particular thing
I shall miss more than the whole
atmosphere of school. The ner-
vousness before tests, seeing the
kids you know, and the satisfac-
tion of being part of this school.
Never again can such feelings be
recaptured. I am especially grate-
ful for the excellent opportuni-
ties which have been offered to
me, to prepare me for a future
career in nursing. I, for one, shall
always be proud to say "I gradu-
ated from Wausau High."
TESCH TESCII TESKE THOINIAS
,Virginia Wf,,1fg,,,,,, THoMPsoN THORN TOTH TRIEU
ELIZABETH ANN STOLZE - Library Club, Latin Club, people . . . ELAINE TAPPER - G.A.A., Pep Club, Y-
Jr. Gregg. Unasked for advice . , . MARVAY STOTMEIS- Teens. Waiting for people . . . DONALD TASCHE - Pro-
TER - Choir, German Club, Music Club. Teachers that jectionist Club, F.F.A. . . ARNOLD TESCH - Intramurals.
don't allow gum chewing . . . JOAN STRALKOWSKI - Conceited people . . . LEO TESCH - French Club, Soc.
Student Council, Waugonian Council,jr. 8: Sr. Gregg. People Comm., Uthrotar. People who are too realistic . . . NOR-
who complain . . . DAVE STREHLOW - Football, Basket- MAN TESKE - School, who likes it? . . . GENE THOMAS
ball, Sec. of Student Council. Getting tackled around the - Football, Basketball. Sitting out fourth quarter of a foot-
head . . . RAY SUCHOMSKI - Boxing. Wausau cops . . . ball game . . . SALLY THOMPSON - G.A.A., Ski Club,
JAMES SULLIVAN - Soph., jr. 84 Sr. Class Pres., Sr. Class Pep Club. Short leaves sailors get . . . ELIZABETH THORN
Play, Badger Boys State. Home work . . . RICHARD SUL- - Pep Club, G.A.A., jr. Gregg. Somebody cracking their
LIVAN - Choir, Swing Choir. Rainy days . . . LEROY knuckles . . . MARY ANNE TOTH - Music Club, jr.
SUSKE - Intramural Bowling. People that stare at me . . . Gregg. Getting caught in the tramways . . . WAYNE
MARY SWEITZER - Debate, Editor of Skyrocket, Math TREU - Latin Club, Biology Club, Projectionist. Lipstick
Club Pres. Waiting for people or things . . . RALPH SWEN- on drinking fountains . . .
BY - Badger Boys State, Football, Uthrotar. Irresponsible
STOLZIZ S'I'O'IiMIiISTIiR STRALKOXVSKI STREIILOW' SUCHOMSKI SULLIVAN
SULLIVAN SUSKE SVVEITZER SWENBX' TAPPER TASCHE
'EJ J X
UTECHT XVAGNER WAI.TI'IRS
XVEBER XVEDEN XVEGNER
SHIRLEY MAE UTECHT - Home Ec. Club, Music Club.
Teachers who give loads of homework . . . RAYMOND
XVAGNER - Ski Club, Intramurals. People who act bigger
than they are . . . HARLAND WALTERS - Varsity Bas-
ketball, Golf, Chess Club. Bashful girls . . . CHARLOTTE
WAMBOLIJ - Wahiscan, Ladies Aux. Essay Contest, Chem-
istry Club. People who deliberately try to embarrass others
. . . BONNIE WAROSH - Sr. Class play, jr. Prom Com-
mittee, Ski Club. Quarterbacks who don't give the football
to fullbacks . . . CORINNE WEBER - Student Council,
E.T.A., Music Club. People who use the expression, "l'lI
clue ya" . . . JOAN WEBER - Home Ec. Club, Glee Club.
Being called dimples . . . LYLE WEDEN - Projectionist
Club, F.F.A., Noon Hour Assistant. Homework . . . DAR-
OLD WEGNER - Intramural Baseball, Noon Hour As-
sistant, Curling. People who don't smile . . . ALICE WEIN-
WIiSENICK XVIDSTROM XVIENSCII
XVILDE XVILL XVILSON
WAIVIBOLD XVAROSH WEBER
XV EINKAUII WIELSH WENZEI.
KAUF - Latin Club, G.A.A.. Student Council. The word
"hair" made plural . . . WILLIAM WELCH - Stage Crew,
Projectionist. Going to bed . . . BARBARA WENZEL -
Ski Club, Book Club, Wahiscan. Activities period . . . MAR-
VIN WESENICQK . . . MARY LEE WIIJSTROM - Ski
Club, Chemistry Club, German Club. Sarcastic people . . .
SHIRLEY WIENSCH - Home EC. Club. "Bunching" in
the halls . . . BOB WILCOTT - Boxing, Leathernecks,
Bowling. Going to school . . . VILETTA WILIJE - G.A.A.,
jr. Gregg, jr. Y-Teens. Gum underneath chairs . . . -IOANN
WILL - German Club, Latin Club, Skyrocket. Being dis-
turbed , . . BARBARA WILSON -- French Club, Ski Club,
Music Club. People who don't like good music . . . LOUIS
WILSON - Music Club, Radio Club, Ski Club. People who
brag about their fictitious experiences.
if '-it me
WINETZKI XVISNIEXVSKI XVITTIG
XVOJCIECHOXVSKI W'OLIfIi XVOLFGRAM
JOSEPH WINETZKI - Ski Club, Astronomy Club, Radio
Xvorkshop Club . . . ALICE WISNIEWSKI - G.A.A.,
Slow people . . . JIM XVITTIG - Art Club, Assembly Pro-
grams, Noon Hour movies. Girls who poke in hallways . . .
BETTY WOEHLERT - Associate Ed. Wahiscan, Sec. Quill
and Scroll, Badger Girls. Kids I know in cars who honk
and drive by . . . NANCY WOHLFAHRT - Music Club,
Sr. Y-Teens. Bobby socks with dress shoes . . . KEN XVOHL-
FORD - Student Council, Hi-Y, Astronomy Club , . .
JAMES WOJCIECHOWSKI - Monday morning . . . RON-
ALD WOLFE - Bowling, Ski Club, Horseshoe. Nurse's
Training . . . VIRGINIA WOLFGRAM - Student Council,
Chemistry Club, Wahiscan. School on Monday mornings . . .
CLIFFORD WOLLER - Intramurals, Conservation Club,
F.E.A ,... JOE XVRYCHA - Intramural Basketball. Week-
NVOEHLERT WOHLFAHRT XVOHLFORD
XXlOI.I.ER XVRYCHA YONKER
end assignments . . . JOHN YONKER - Track, Cross-
Country. People who crack their gum . . . JEAN YUNK -
Cheerleading, Commissioner of Pep, Play director. People
calling me Red . . . MARION ZAHRT - Slow people in
the halls . . . DON ZAMZOW - Boxing, Band and Or-
chestra. Bowling. Going to bed and getting up . . . BONNIE
ZANK - People in front of me who suddenly stop to talk
. . . BOB ZASTROW - Curling, Intramural Baseball,
Leathernecks. Assignments . . . RICHARD ZIEBELL -
Hockey, Cross-Country, Leathernecks, Assignments . . .
PERRY ZIEGLER - Badger Boys State, Student Council,
Jr. Prom Comm. Untrue gossip . . . LAWRENCE ZIELIN-
SKI - Table Tennis, Intramurals. Good looking Conceited
ZAIIR1 ZAMZOW' ZANK
ZIEBELL ZIEGLER ZIELINSKI
ZILLMAN ZILLMAN ZILLMAN ZILZ ZIMMERMANN ZINZER
ZOBOROVUSKI ZOCHER ZOROMSKI ZOROMSKI ZULEGER ZUNKER
DAWN ZILLMAN M Y-Teens, German Club, Art Club, MYRON ZOBOROWSKI - Conservation Club, Uthrotar.
Criticism without understanding . . . EDWARD ZILLMAN Student Council. Girls . . . LUELLA ZOCHER - G.A.A.,
- Football, Track, Hockey. People who don't appreciate jr. Gregg, Library. Slow people in the halls . . . MARVIN
sports . . . WAYNE ZILLMAN - Football, Hockey, Krauts. ZOROMSKI - Basketball, Volleyball, Astronomy Club
Teachers' jokes . . . DOUGLAS ZILZ - Commissioner of Pres. Mr. Besant saying, "Keep the roar down." . . . MARY
Publicity, Debate, Uthrotar. Republicans . . . DELORES ZOROMSKI - Art Club, Music Club. Slow Sophomores. . .
ZIMMERMAN - Wahiscan St Skyrocket Business Staffs, BEVERLY ZULEGER - Music Club. People who crack
Latin Club, Music Club. Stuck-up people . . . GEORGE their gum . . . CHUCK ZUNKER, Senior Class Play,
ZINZER - Aviation Club, Radio Club. Election of 1952 . . . Leathernecks.
To me, XWausau Senior High is
great. What I'll miss most is all
the wonderful students I've met.
I'll miss my participation in a few
sports such as football and
In Wausau High I got to know
how to meet people. This will
help me a lot in my future years.
I have always looked forward to
graduating from Wausau High.
It is an honor to be a graduate of
such an outstanding high school
in the state.
When all of the Senior portrait prints were in, we
searched long and hard, called the studio, attempted to
locate the students and arrange for another sitting, but
were unable to find pictures of the following:
Adams, Shirley Schmolze, Lois
Dalski, Alfred Singer, Robert
Desnoyers, Jack Sommerfeldt, Shirley
Luedtke, Ruth Zick, William
Row 5: B0pf, Krueger, Dzubay, Plarnick, Mueller, O'Brien, Murphy, Umlaoefer.
Row 2: Srlailling, Wfoelalerl, DeLi5le, Grazfilter, Sweilzer, Bradley, Blurb, Sullivan, Akey.
Row 1: Smillv, Arrolu, Parkin, Skud, Stephenson, Hunger, Keene, Larson, MrCar1by, Pennell.
fAl1senI.' Sclmlow, Ziegler, Fellmlserj
"Laurel, Mississippi, here we come," were the last
words said by the eager senior high students as they left
April 2 on the 9:15 train for Laurel, Mississippi.
They arrived at Waynesboro on Saturday, April 4,
and were escorted to Laurel in a cavalcade of cars. This
was the beginning of two glorious weeks greatly anti-
cipated by our WHS delegation.
Many of the churches, local organizations, and in-
dividual families had luncheons and dinners for the
group. Tours of the Masonite and oil refinery proved
to be of great interest. Dances ranging from a street
dance to the Magnolia Ball were on the evening pro-
gram. Golf, tennis, swimming, and an unforgettable
fox hunt were among the sporting events.
A sight seeing tour of New Orleans was one of the
main highlights of the whole program. They returned
to Wausau on Sunday, April 19.
Row 5: Hart, Pou'er.v, Myr'ia'k, Berry, Morrixorz, Hammond, Harlmun, Cmnfill.
Row 2: Valentine, Brutlen, Gillespie, Wfinzan, Sbepperd, Mrlnnis, White, Rixher.
Row 1: Cameron, Stewart, Neely, W'ilrox, Landrum, Crllmbley, MrBride, Testermun, Hublmrd,
"Yea, Laurel, we welcome you." W'ith those words
ringing in their ears, 26 southern boys and girls, ex-
change students from Gardiner High School, Laurel,
Mississippi, waving small confederate rebel flags, left
a Milwaukee Road coach, to begin a fun-packed, action-
filled, two-week exchange period in our city. The time
was Sunday, February 8, 1953.
"Now, y'all behave yourselves," said their two
chaperones, Principal C. D. Boyd and Blanche Bailey,
as the 26 "rebels" began their activities. What an action-
packed two weeks! Attending WHS classes - recep-
tions by civic groups - teas - pictures - Stunt Night
- visits to local industries - a Sunday afternoon tour
of Wausau - skiing on Rib Mt. - basketball, hockey,
skating and nine stitches. What an educational and a
Their visit came to an end when they left for their
homes in the Deep South on Friday, February 20.
.S'7v4R5' of Me 5fNl0R CHI!!
Streblow, Akey. Desrzoyers, Zillmtm, Heidmumz, Scbalow, Ziegler, Long, Sullivan.
lVel.rlJ, Delerl, Hnseby, Brefbler, Black, Waelalerr, Drebmel, Harrisan.
' llyeber, Huberk, Lorrien, Berkwitb, Freiberg, Prozinslei, Pemlell, Kijek.
Sleffke, Sweilzer, llyurosb, W'umbold, Lfmdrerille, Erwin, W'eir1kal4f. Arcola, Srbeel. Insert: ZillllII6'1lIIU171
And Nou' from the Homes of u!7dllSl1Il Wfe Bring You The
PEERLESS PERFORMING PERFECTIONISTS
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Again the Vlfahiscan is proud to bring to its readers
the outstanding Seniors of 1953. These people have
helped to develop our school spirit by giving unselfish-
ly of their time and energy to such activities as: art
work, drama, debate, publications, choir, orchestra,
band, athletics, student government, and forensics.
The various concerts, the speech contest, the different
sports, the senior class play, the Skyrocket, the Wahis-
can, and the many committees behind the scenes were
just a few of the many projects in which the Senior
Class took a part.
By participating in these extra activities, these people
have gained much experience which will be of great
benefit to them in their future years. Wfe are, there-
fore, proud of our class and its ability to live up to
the standards of the many senior classes of the past.
We offer our congratulations to these PEERLESS
PERFECTIONISTS and hope that they will continue
with their individual scholastic and athletic achieve-
DZUBAY. HEISER, SCHILLING
60455 0F 1954
Pressed corsages, dance cards, and rumpled
bits of crepe paper, bring back pleasant mem-
ories of our junior Prom. Few realize the
many hours of planning and decorating by
Dale Dzubay, Jim Schilling, and Margaret Hei-
ser that went into making the Prom a great
success. With the help of our able advisers,
Mr. Reinemann and Mr. Gjetson, the Youth
Building on April 24th obtained a real "April
in Paris" effect.
Yes, another school year is coming to a close.
We, as juniors only have one more glorious
year in good old WHS. To make the best of
this last year, we vow to study hard, have our
fun, and cooperate with our teachers in leav-
ing Wausau High in the same high standing
with which we entered it.
Mr. Reynolds, junior class adviser, presenfx
for class eleclion.
Mr. Ridge, 504
Row 5: E' Sfllfoeflerf A' Sfffwfdff, Svbvpf, P. Sfbnerk, Schilling, R. Sflmefk, M. Srlaaepke, Seulzerl, j. Srbeffler, Selsberg
Row 2: Sumner, 5fbl"K' P- Sftflvaffr, PlJ. Seebafer, Srhull, Seiler, S. Stlnoepke, Srlmiz, R. Srhroeder, Stlmster.
Row 1: Oxsig, Srlamieden, S1-bield, Seurers, M. Sfhoeder, B. Sflaoeder, D. Srlyeffler, Sflmbring,
N. .. YQ
S .wuz ro ruff
Row 5: 1. Erdmau, Dumdei, Delerl, Fellen, Berurd, Drumm, Doede, Ewerl, Bemzszek, DdYI1lfk, Dznbay.
Row 2: D. Edwards, Slork, Delonay, Fenn, Ellingsou, Erdman, Eblert, Kofi, Fleex, Deffner.
Row 1: Berard. C. Erluuzrds, Uettinger, Krause, Fulk, Wfanla, Kolberg, Kelley, Babl, Drews.
1 -" 5 .4.. TSX A .
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Miss Brandt, 161
Row 5: juedex, Kolvzka, jonen. Kulbes, fufkson, Ianikowski, Hundhausen, jugler, Kleinxfhmidl, losiger.
Row Z: fester, juslemu, Kmiefik, Kleinheinz, Hutlenherg, Kerxlen. fensen, fordun, Hrohsky, Iafohson.
Row lg Fulk, lunker, Klein, jahlonske, Iuskie, Kleiber, jones, Iunz.
. . . W40540 H1619
Row QS: Sl. Clair, Sererson, Sieckerl, Slade, Slafhowiak, Sippl, Spanlon, Shawl, Skrzyprhak, Stiehef.
Row 2: Slefkling, Sprague, LeGault, Steffen, Siewerl, Slanke, Skud, Shafranski, Sheldon, Soukup.
Row 1: Spimller, R. Smith, R. Smith, V. Smith, Srhulfenhurg, Sleidlman, Slanlon, Sloan.
Mr. Smiley, 505
Miss Ockerlander, 356
Row 5: W'alters, Wea1'e1, Drake, Wfeinkauf, Venske, Wfeg ner, W'eeks, W. Whdzinski, D. llvadzinski.
Row 2: Wfynerh, D. Wiegandt, Viergnlz, WuroslJ, W'andlke, Voigi, VanVuren, Weiser1berge1', Uyalfon, W'endorf.
Row 1: WI?56I1il'k, Wflaite, Wfeber, Wfanla, Vollenwieder, Nialysik, Wallerx, Beilke.
W5 NW .S'0N.S' AND DAUGHTER!
Row 3: Hoefs, Hoff, 1. Hamon, Hinlz, B. Hanson, Holtzer, Kin, Hayes, Heller, Hoffman, Helling, Marlin.
Row 2: Hirsrb, Hoff, Hinlze, Hoppe, Hlara, Herrmann, Hildebrandl, Harninlv, Holzem.
Row 1' Hoppe, N. Hanson, Heller, Harrix, Heixer, Hinlz, Henning, Heil, Harlig, Heisler.
Mr. Lee, 156
Miss Kagel, 105
Row 3: Bullsflvmieder, Arzderxon, Lullimer, Birr. Anklum, B11Il7II4lI1!I, Bifping, Alwreusdorf, Berber, BB!l!l07Ski,Al,d!'ll, Bellwke.
Row 2: Albee, Aldrirb, Bfzrlels, Aflaenreiner, Beilinger, Bubr, Beilke, Beam.
Row 1: Befber, Ascbbremler, BurllJel5, P. BAIIIIIILIIIII, Bulvlezlu, Almen, B4u'u'iz'k, flJt'lJ6b7'00k, Albrerflt.
5'lN6 NU' PRAISI5 70 THE 570'
Row 5: Randi, Rader, Roemke, Riiser, Srlmel, Suindou, Srfmel, Rnsrb, Ric'lJurzls, Sffmrnler, Rux.
Row Z: Gulouuki, Radfbe, B, Sflmel. Rudolf, Sfbeel, Rbyner, Ryan, Rnlzouy Rirbmaml.
Row 1: Lnebxlorf, Rolzlf, Suhr, Rosenfrefer, Sumuelx, Sz'lJu1'e,R11xflJ,Rog41lla, Reirb.
Miss Prochaska, 216
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Miss Geist, 205
Row 5: Limglaoff, Tlviele, Autell, Lime, Lapinske, Limbs, Lelaml, Lellu, P. Lurwu, Mummber.
Row 2: Lamlaerl, Liltle, Llims, Lepinski, Leilermamz, Lillu, Lelymun, Lillie, Luedlke, Leormrrl, Lewilzke.
Row 1: L11Porre, Lemke, Lasku, Mfffurllvy, Vexely, Lewomloski, Kurszewskf. Lizrsoiz, Luflvl.
RED AND Wfilff
Row 3: AIfCuml1er, Markrof, Klein, Mawson, A, Malueg, Mirlalig, Morteusori. MfCube, Meyer, Clmmpine.
Row 2: Marks, MfDom11d, MfArllmr, Malueg, MrCu1lnm, D. Miller, Mirek, Mohr, Mimser, B. M01'fe1I50?1, Alogenseu.
Row 1: G. Miller, Mlll'l7al, Golemlaiezuski, Mtlll7ll'il'k, IHrDo11alrl, M6l'ikdl5ki, Mornlaifzweg. Boerke.
Mr. Rosenhauer, 207
Mr. Botsford, 107
Row 5: Bousley, N. BOI16l'k, Bliese, Boehm, Brea'lou', Corrlu, Buska, BVl417177'lllPIl!, Bush, Carlson.
Row Z: Comzallu, Builer, Betka, Bytbimki, Brodjiexki, C. Bonerk, Sleplaenxou. A. Borski, Cbelllaerg, Cater.
Row l: Borslfi, Brzezimki, Callulmn, Coel, Busku, B. B0l1l'l'k, Rodelmrer, Bloom, Barufb.
Row 3: D. Goefxrlr, Gisselmau, Gossuge, Grohe, Grueniug, Prielipp,Hue1Le, Grolfmus, Goodirz, D. Goelsrb, Gorwilz,
Row Z: Geske, Grofeluexrben, Garrlner, Gajeufsii, Gebrke, Gerzsmun,1.Hac'H2arllJ, Ganlke, Froslmur1,Hadly, Humerlu.
Row 1: L. G06f5f!J, Hurklmrflv, Grebe, Graefe, Gaelzrmm, Frank, H4171lI?m1l11, A. Gajewski, Geiger, Gilberlson, Geurirlv.
Mr. Marquardt, 151
Miss Ross, 110
Row 5: Ernxl, Nelaring, Nulurus, Niglzur, Nimz, K, Mueller, A. Mueller, Murphy, A. Nilzsflse, D. Nifzsrhe, Nays, Norton.
Row Z: Myxzka, Nylaolm, Oeslreifb, Oeslreirb, I. Nimz, Nielsen, Nutul, .Mullen, Niewinski, Muzynoski, Zimifk.
Row l: Nuef, Ninnemun, S. Mueller, Muelrer, O'Leary, Musc'l1inxke, Nelson, R. Alueller, O'Keefe.
Row 5: Dalum, Slolrneisler, Trelle, Tremel, Emerirk, Ijmlmefer, Uterbt, Teipner, N. Treiclyel, Allman, Degner.
Row Z: Means, Tlrorpe, Trexs, Treu, Trantow, S. Thomas, Urban, Synnotf, Triltin, Trieweiler, Tufek, Tesflf.
Row 1: Tapper, Slmllfouwbi, Towle, B. Treifbel, Swanson, Slone, Tritlin, H. Thomas, B. Treiclrel, Thompson.
Miss Young, 510
Miss Bonvincin, 202
Row 3: E. Klimek, Kromrei, L. Krueger, R. Klimek, B. Krueger, Klumpyan, Kruxko, Kuhnerl, D. Krueger.
Row 2: 1. Krueger, Kolokowski, Knupp, Kroening, I. Krueger, Kluemler, S. Kolmborsl, Kreiiz, Kraimer, Kmeu.
Row 1: I. Knippel, 1. Krueger, C. Kobnborsl, Kulpinxki, Kreufz, Kappa, Kluerer, Kronbuegel, Klug.
W5 PZEDGL' 0013 l0Yv4l77
Row 3: lVysm-ki, Zuuker. Zunk, lVim'l1ell, W'ilde, lVol1lforr1, lVilke, u701f,Zi7l1Il'k, Wfiller.
Row 2: Young, llvolfe, L. llyilke, Yoran, W'umrlJ, Pflieger, W'irl, llyursler.
Row 1: Yurzkberr, Zastrow, Zimmermann, W'orden, Krueger, llyilllviie, Ziegel, Zalm.
Mr. Gabrilska, A3
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Row 3: Liebers, Trueder, Zunker, Herb, Bradberg, janz, Mutlice.
Row 2: Flelrher, Londerrille, Koehler, lemon, Kublman, Kuehl, Smith.
Row 1: Roeber, Bulz, LaFaz'e, Blair.
FURJFVER - WfI0.S'v40 HMI!
Row 5: Beese, Drews, Berna, Hoffman, Salzer, Dirkinxon, Wilke, Dorrinen.
Row Z: Augustyn, Scbmutzler, Okonek, Mcfileuzfy, Lueisclnwuger, Reisxmann, Srbaelz.
Row 1: Hassenfus, Hilber, Christensen, Bliexe, Keene.
Miss Zielsdorf, 210
Row 3: Plautz, Post, Pupenfus, Pradt, Peterman, Raab, Pelers, E. Olfo, B. Peterson, R. Otto, Pagel, Ryan, Raalz, Raddatz.
Row 2: S. 0110, D. Poexke, Pd5ki6wifZ, Pelterson, Pelrowxbi, Pigeon, M. Peterson, A. Poeske, Piebl, Poi, Palesla, Ruascb.
Row 1: Parsrb, Parker, Poplml, B. 0110, F. Poferxki, Radandl, Pieisrlaer, P. Poverski.
JUBIUHVT J06'6'ZlN6' JONl0R5'
This year we, the class of '54, were placed in positions of
real responsibility. Among those to distinguish themselves in
such fields as: student government, athletics, band, choir,
orchestra, publications, forensics, and drama were:
Nancy Achenreiner Donna Mathwick
Dave Allard Phyllis Mucha
Terry Anderson Nancy O'I.eary
Beverly Balz Bob Severson
Dale Dzubay Rita Skud
Peter Genrich Irving Sumner
Ronald janz Marion Walton
Rita Jones Betty Weisenberger
Lenore Kreitz Lee Witter
Carol Lepinski DuWayne Zank
These students represent the junior Class and its ability
to help maintain the excellent reputation and high standards
set by past junior Classes. To achieve this goal these students
gave willingly of both their time and effort. We commend
these juniors and hope they will continue their good work.
DWARFS of file BIG' 70P
Feblhaber. Strele, Marqunrdt
ROGER F EHLHABER
Newcomers - The Sopfzs . . .
This year began under the superb leadership of our officers,
Roger Fehlhaber, Karl Marquardt, and Janice Strek. The
clothing drive, our largest undertaking, was a huge success.
If when we arrived at senior high we had some distinguish-
able characteristics such as popping eyes and gaping mouths,
it was only due to the fact that we were afraid at any moment
some of the rumors told us would unveil themselves before us.
Our sophomore year was quite a transition for us. We
made many new friends among students and teachers alike.
Their friendship and expert advice aided us in overcoming
whatever problems or difficulties arose.
We gained much experience from classwork and extra-
We are looking forward to our junior year when with
continued effort and guidance we shall be given positions
of prestige and honor.
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Row 5: Geicr, Engmau. Ellie. Fruufe. R. FefJlfJal1er, Fletflwer, fb, P, Genrirla, Effu, EH16'?'it'l7.
Row Z: Epding, Filzke, D. Felallmber, Iiggebrerbf, G. Genriter1,Ed5lr0m, Furl.
Row 1: Fixlrer. Edwards, Froemmiug, SflJoea'er. Edellourg, FelSlJerfinski, Guiliker, Ernzelirzg, Egdubl. Miss Nelms, 335
Mrs. Scheurman. 215
Row 5: B. Krueger, Lulrr, Kari, 1. Krueger. Kulax, L. Kurlb, Lung, Lrmzbreclnt, Kroerzing.
Row 2: Kufabl, Kumerow. F. Kurtlr, C. Lauglmff, Kulil, Kopp, I. Krueger, Krolikowski, Krause, Puulz, Ludwig.
Row 1: L. Krueger, Lepinski, S. Luugboff, Laxku, j. Krueger, Lubediy, A. Krueger, L, Krueger, LuSul!e.
Mr. Reine-mann, A-4
Row 5' Brand, Britleu, Brorzsleuiter, Bremmu, P. Brauderzberg, G. Brfuzdeulnurg, Bruelrling, D. Blofk,
Row Z: N. Brown, M. Brown, Boetlrlver, Bopf, Boukoxki, B. Bramer.
Raw 1: C. Borflmrdf, M. Bf1!77d6'7l!7lI1'g, Bradford. Bradley, Bobl. D. Bloflv.
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Miss Halsor, 206
Row 3: D. Nelson, Meyer, Micblig, D. Nowak, Olsbonski, Milward, Mielke, Minkoff, Harder, Obrmundl, Mueller, O'Brien.
Row Z: Mobelnitzky, Neilzke, Nein, O'Keefe, C. Nelson, Morris, Miller, Nuernlzerg, Middikowski, Mullen, Nienouu
Row 1: L. Nowak, Nikolai, B. Nelson, S. Nelson, C. Olson, Mikkelson, Myrberg, Nalarus, Nienouf.
Miss Nelson, 212
Row 5: Malzki, Merwin, Marquardr, Marks, Lyons, Manerke, Lillge, Meuret, H. Luedtke, McKeeban, Lund.
Row 2: Martens, Meister, Manson, Malueg, S. Luedtke, Marquardt, Oslerbrink, Machel, Malak, Marx, Lorrien.
Row 1: Lilzer, Marsb, Liebers, MrCartl1y, R. Luerk, Luelsfbufager, Magrerke, Maurer, Meilahn, Melanson, 1. Luedlke,
Miss Bertolone, 204
Row 5: Opicbka, Pauls, R, Pliskie, M. Peters, K. Peters, Oppef, Osborne, Plant, Phillips, Pagenkopf, Priebe, D. Paelzold,
Row 2: Pontzloff, McDonald, Penn, Praedel, Pagel, Olson, Plier, L. Peterson, Plisrb, I. Peterson, Parsrb.
Row 1: B. Pliskie, Parks, Papenfuss, Pagel, Perske, S. Priebe, C. Piersfballa.
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3: jenson, Holtz, jaeger, Hoppe, Horak, Heise, jafkson, faerks, jivover, Hoff.
2: farobson, Hoffman, Hinlz, Hunger, Horn, Herrmann, jahnke, jofude, johns, facobxon.
1: Brunell, G. juefks, Heiser, jablonski, Hoffman, Henkelman, james, Henbelmen, Hinner.
5: Bauer, Bexxerl, Berurd, Berg, Slein, Beilke, Berk, Besxey, Banerk, Bigsby.
2: 1. Bauer, Bluskouwki, Bierbrauer, Barlel, Poskie, Svlalei, M. Azlamxki, Burwirk, Bliese, Bentley, Abilz.
l: Aldridge, L. Adamski, Balnrofk, Bauman, Bigus, Belonke, Bennefl, Beyer,
3: W'oller, Uvryrlnz, L. W'estplml, W'innie, WWII, Wfolfman, Zuslrow, Zirnmerer, Wolvlford, Le Pine.
2: Wfielorb, N. Zaslrow, Zalrrl, Wfolf, Wfeslrolt, Young, Wflviling, Wfolfe, K. Wfeslplml, Gollubxke, Wfolfgram.
1: Uvirke, Zunk. S. llveslphal, lluexlherg, Young, Kraimer, W'illiams, Wfilroll, Wfeso.
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Mr. Lutlrell, 108
Row 5: 1. Srbeel, Svliroeder, WC Srbeel, Sclvenzel, Srlmflvir1ger. Salzwezlcl, Srlmiizlelleofcfr. Seefelzll, L. Sflvroerlcr. 1"ll5-WH,
I. Sfbroeder, R. Sflmllz.
Row Z: C. Sclvwede. Schmidt, Srblei, I. Srlmltz, A. Sflmlz, Sflwewe. Bolzlon, G. Sflmllz, M, Cramer, Sflwefflff. D- 5ff'l4'ffI0-
Row l: Srboll, B. Srbullz, S. Srbmidf, Czerb, Sflwreiber, Sfll7:I6fB7', Sfbarnzfr, Srlioenemmz, Srboonorer.
Miss Carr, 550
Row 5: Hanna, Heinz, Haskin, Gmreen, Hevk, Haexe, Gisselman, Gregory.
Row 2: K. Goefsfb, Hanson, Bergmann, Glinierke, j. Hapke, R. Green, Grunde. W2 Gavin-lv.
Row l: V. Hapbe, Goodwin, Guelsrln, Grilzmurber, Green, Gibson, Genz.
Miss Anderson, 555
Row 5: Buxbu, Burek, Campbell, Bunlrofk, llrueger, I. Delerl, Delerl, Duwe, Dielzler,
Row Z: Cola, Curpenier, Clurb, Dailey, Croyrnuns, Dixbrow, BlH'l'l74.l?'1if, Dfgner.
Row l: Dulrisuf, Dreuxv, Dippnmnn, Clmmpine, Denzhmfle, Dodge, Bulzlalf. Cocl.
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Miss Hulbert, 201
Row 5: Sala, Prigge, Rhyner, Rawson, T. Rohloff, Ridderbush, Rol0fl, D. Roloff, Royal, Randall, Baumgardl D, Rirhter,
Row 2: Rinka, Suhr, Saindon, Salzer, Pyan, Raymond, Radandl, Rehfeldf, Roemke, Rose, Pukix.
Row I' Richmond, Radandt, Puariea, Rudolph, Rilz, Prock, Raduenzel, Remmel, Rahn, Roeder.
M r. Yelich, 159
' W'eiland, Urban, Tren, W'agner, lValdinger, Wfendorf, Thorn, Urmanski, Trelle, Toironen.
: lVanla, W'eber, A. Wfeinkauf, Van Prooyan, Vander Wfall, lVerner, Tremel, Timm, W'eir, Frizzell, Vafhowiak,
. G. Wfendl, B. Wfeekx, K. W'end1, D. W'allers, Towle, Treihel, f. Wallerx, P. Wfalfers, K. Wfeinkauf, B. Weeks,
Mr. Wrmmmds, 160
I. Slrei, Slomske, Slrehlow, Sleffetllwgwl, Teige, Slade, Luehslorf, Texke. Sl. Clair, Suvhomski, Synnotl.
R. Soubup, L. Seefeldi, j. Soukup, P. Spleltsfozer, Siege, -I Smith, Slerkling, Sniegoski, Ma'Candless, Sfurm, P.
: R. Soukup, Slrei, I. Sellung, G. Seehel, Slein, Sproixky, U. Senoragke, Sheploxki, L. Slollz, Sprague, S. Slollz.
Miss Met ler 205
Row 3: Koenig, Knippel, Kobak, Plant, Knorr, Iuedes, Darling, I. Kese, Leitermann, Kloleow, Koehler, Andrae, Kell Klolb
Row 2: W. Knapp, Ollo, L. Knapp, A. Kasten, Kastensscbmidl, Klall, R. Kasten, K. Klug, B. Klug, R. Koepp, H Kn pp
Row 1: D. Kahn, LaPorIe, G. Knapp, Kaxmerrbak, C. Kulm, Kolbe, Kepling, Klade, Klade, G. Kexe, Heiser.
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These three words fully describe our Soph- student did contribute a large amount of
omore Aces. They excel in many fields! stu- spirit, co-operation, and work, these are
dent government, debate, drama, sports, band, worthy of special mention:
choir, orchestra, athletics. Although every
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Lady in distress.
Time for notes.
IVbere's the fire?
Ola my, did you see thai?
Never wzderestimale ll woman
Mirek gives the orders.
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The long and short of it. 8
W'ha1 mailer of man ix this? 9
The rise of knowledge . . . IU
Oops, the fall of knowledge. ll
Durndei - the Great Lover! 12
It takes two lo Tango!
W'ha' hoppeu to you?
"A-round lhe eorner-"
The escape of Marks!
Frieda Porerxki, Presx
Good hcaz em'
Eafh of the arts under
the Big Top provides a dif-
ferent variety of entertain-
ment. The same fan he said
for the I1L'fi'lf'ili6'S whirh take
plate within and without
our school. To provide for
the wide assortment of in-
terests, there are aftivities
ranging from all-sfhool
flames to more serious
rlubs. All of these will ap-
pear in the following pages.
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Slanding: Sullivan, Plavnick.
Silling: Ziegler, Swenby, Case, Grerenow.
BADGER BOYS AND GIRLS
Each year several junior girls and boys are se-
lected to represent our high school at the annual
Badger Girls State, held at Madison, and the Bad-
ger Boys State held at Ripon. They are chosen on
the basis of scholarship, leadership, character, and
citizenship. Besides holding mock elections, the
girls hear various lectures on citizenship and cur-
rent topics. They also take a trip to the state cap-
itol, and hold a mock trial. The boys, who are div-
ided into two political parties, hold nominating
conventions and elections, the highest of which is
Lei: lo righn
Wfoehlerl, Halzeck, Lanzlrezfille, Radlke, farobson.
Each month past members of Uthrotar and mem-
bers of the faculty select two boys to attend the
meetings of the Wausau Rotary Club.
The meetings which are held every Monday noon
enable the boys to become acquainted with the aims
and functions of the club, as well as the members.
Besides this, they also benefit from the programs
that are presented. The impressions that these boys
receive of Rotary International are summarized at
the end of the year.
Row 3: johnson, Ziegler, Grotbaus, ldffki, Tffflfy KW!-
Row 2: Schilling, Brefbler, Allard, Puariea, Zobrowski, Leland.
Row 1: Zilz, Dzubay, Sumner, Harrison, Genrirb, Pradi.
QUILL AND SCROLL
Row 5: M14rplJy, Sc'lJaf0w, Drebmel, O'Lenry, Lepinski.
Row Z: Delerl, Ifreilzerg, WdW1b0llf, MdflJU'il'k, liduuznls, Kfeilz, Genrifh, Edwarrlx.
Row l: Berkuitly, Arfolu, Rodelmrer. Llznglwoff, Zimmernmun, Poi, Wfullorl.
fflbsenl - Slwrberl, lVillerj.
QUILL AND SCROLL
Quill and Scroll is an International Honor Society for High School journalists.
Each year outstanding members of the Wahiscan and Skyrocket Staffs are chosen
for this honor, the highest award that can be given to a student writer. The elec-
tion of new members takes place in the spring of the year. A tea is then held at
which time the new members are formally admitted and allowed to wear the Quill
and Scroll pin.
SPECIAL AWARD WINNERS
, . , . .. . . C 1 F 'I
Mury Sweztzer Standing: Srlnllzng, Timm, Kiss, Cunzplzell, Iurkson, Blurb, F rd Film t .ei gynn r
lj.A.R. Winner Genrifh, Lamherl. 0 mm am I e
Sitting: Slmd, Kreilz, Disbrouu Sweifzer.
National Foremir League
PffRlE.S'5 POBl!5flfR5. . .
Yomu, Lrillimer, Kijek, Winer, Newell. Rosenlaauer
Occasionally the work becomes too much for the
Wahiscan staff to handle. At such times when the
editors become too overworked, it is the Wfahiscan
assistants that come to their aid. When the annuals
arrive in the spring of the year, their help is needed
again as the books ll1LlSt be sorted and then dis-
tributed to the respective homerooms.
WAHISCAN BUSINESS STAFF
The Wahiscan Business staff not only provides
the necessary funds to publish our year book, but it
also gives the businessmen of Wausau a chance to
advertise their products in the many homes into
which these year books go. The work of the staff
consists of soliciting ads and collecting the money
for same. They must also lay out their section. Their
contribution to the Wahiscan deserves a great deal
Dzubtfy Row 4: Slluilmlll, Black, Sleclelizzg, Tlzsbeoufgki, Burlels, Kmen, McCallum, Drebmel.
Row 5: Almwz, Dellinger, Horgen, Treibel, Olson, Schreiber, ljggebrerlu.
lbw 2: Slugoxki, Sobkowitzk, Btnrlbels, Mulueg, Pietsrlwr, McCt1rflJy, IVJIIIISCIJ.
Row I: Srlmefer, Rolbenberger, Zimmermuml, Bfllllell, Dumb.
Row 2: Edwards, Arcola, Genrirln, McGinley, Willlon, Edwards
Row 1: Lorrien, Sweilzer, W'ei5enberger, Brechler.
EDITORS AND ASSISTANTS
The Skyrocket, which keeps the students up to
date on school affairs, comes out every three weeks.
However this past year there was a special issue de-
voted to the student exchange program. Editor-in-
chief was Mary Sweitzer, and the assistant editors
were Betty Weisenberger and Fred Brechler. Be-
sides there are the managing and city editors, and
editors of the various columns such as news, humor,
exchange, and boys' and girls' sports.
Row 3: Poi, Pielxrber, Piehl, Brandenburg.
Row 2: Pelerson, Langlaoff, Vollenufeider.
Row 1: Freiberg, Frank, Rotbenberger, Brunell.
The Skyrocket Business Staff puts in a great deal
of work to bring you your student paper. It is neces-
sary for them to solicit ads for each issue. This work
is carried out by the business staff and their effi-
cient business manager, Jo Freiberg. The annual
publication's picnic is held in the spring of the year,
at which time the traditional ball game between the
Wfahiscan and Skyrocket staffs is played.
Scbeurmann Row 4: Phillips, jackson, Marquardl, Nebring, Funk. Wfoodx
Row 3: Srbmm, Srlnlei, Nein, McAleuz'y, Doede.
Row 2: Mt'Cartl2y', Nluckerbcide, Gruriller, Boeltclver, Lepinski.
Row 1: Mucha, Pigeon, Oeslreicln, Dodge, Killing.
Slanzling: Black, Schilling, Kiss.
Silling: Lamberl, Kreilz, Sweitzer, Geurivlv.
The Wausau Senior High School varsity dehaters ex-
perienced one of the most succesful years in the history of
the school. They were winners in five out of six tourna-
ments, winning three handsome championship trophies for
their efforts. All but two of the squad were inexperienced
debaters. They were coached by Mr. E. C. Marquardt.
THE SEASONS RECORD
Tournament Won Lost
Eau Claire Kick-off .... ,,,,,, 1 0 2
Merrill Invitational ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, ,,,,,, 1 0 2
Wisconsin-Minnesota College ,,,,, ,,,,,, l l 1
Stevens Point District ,,,, ,,,,,...... , ,, S 1
Stevens Point Sectional , ,.i,., 5
National Forensic League ..,,,, 2
Total Wins and Losses ..,, ,.....,..,.,,,.,,,,.... 4 5 ll
Standing: jackson, Timm, Campbell.
Sitting: Goeisrb, Disbrow, Srblei.
ln the local speech contest covering seven different fields.
twenty speakers were selected to represent Wausau in the
Wisconsin Valley League Contest held at Amigo on March
10. Sixteen of these received the top "A" award and cap-
tured the unofficial team championship of the tournament.
While Wausau won sixteen "A's", the remaining fifteen
were divided between the four other schools. This is an
all-time record for Wausau High, surpassing last year's
all-time record when twelve people won in the League
In the district contest held at Wisconsin State College
at Stevens Point where speakers competed for the right to
enter the state finals, Wausau High again established an
all-time record by winning twelve top "A" awards. The
winners were David Allard, Nancie Christensen, Lenore
Kreitz, Mary Sweitzer, Henry Timm, LeRoy Grohe, Douglas
Zilz, Carla Rodehaver, Nancy McAleavy, Betty Woehlert.
jerry Funk, and Pete Genrich.
ln the state finals held at Madison, five of the ten speak-
ers who represented Wausau won the top "A" award,
while the other five received the "B" award.
Standing: Bjorklund, Marquanll, Orker- Shmdi11g.' Timm, Sweilzer, Campbell, jackson, Genrirh, Berard, Funk, Zilz,
lander. Silling, Geist, Proclmsku. Grohe, Allard, Clarisienren, Grolhaus.
Silting: Kreilz, W'oelvlerl, Rodelmrer, Dislzrow, Landreeille, Grolelueschen.
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Trying to find Laurel.
All in a day's work.
They're fixing their watches.
"Ca11't have it."'
Shades of Rita - the Lepinski
Zuuleer is studying to be a
All aboard! P.--X I X
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The grunt-and-groan boys. I W
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Row 5: McKeel9an, Scbnerk, Salzer, Donnelly, Tesrb, Stade, jenron, Genricb
Row 2: Horgen, Almen, Hoppe, Kerren, Lepinski, Kaufman, Sleffke, Rode-
Row l: Newell. janet, Clrrislenson, Dellinger, Heiser, lVil5on, Dumonle.
In this club Spanish students had
an opportunity to increase their
knowledge of Spain. Some of the
various ways in which they accom-
plished this were by playing Span-
ish games and watching Spanish
movies. They also, throughout the
year, heard talks on the country and
its customs. Officers of the club
were: President, Jim Ash, Vice-
President, Margaret Redetzkeg Sec-
retary, jerry Funk, and Treasurer,
Sprechen Sie Deutch? Do you
speak German? This is the only
qualification to become a member of
the German Club. The members of
this group desire to increase their
knowledge of Germany. In order to
accomplish this they spend a great
deal of time listening to German
records and singing German songs.
Talks on this country were also
heard. Officers of the club were:
President, Daisy Kreutzg Vice-Presi-
dent, Sam Murphy, Secretary, joan-
na Perske and Treasurer, Bob Greve-
Members of the French Club were
given the privilege of gaining a
broad background of French cus-
toms and culture. Throughout the
year various programs were held,
including a number of parties which
followed the pattern of French gai-
ety. At the April meeting, the tradi-
tional banquet was held and only
French food was served. Officers of
the club were: President, Bob Sal-
zerg Vice-President and Treasurer,
Peter Genrich, and Secretary, Mar-
Row 2: Brerlzler, Funk, Ash.
Row l: Callalrmn, fensen, Rerletzke, R. Smith, Pennell.
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The field of insects, animals, and
particularly frogs is especially fas-
cinating to the members of the Bio-
logy Club. A serious attitude was
taken in regard to our natural re-
sources, and the members plan to
clean our school forest this coming
summer. During the year, field trips
were taken to the Stueber Dairy and
the Biological lab at the University
of Wisconsin Extension. Officers of
the Club were: President, Karl Mar-
quardtg Secretary, john Brand, and
Treasurer, Tom France.
The purpose of the Chemistry
Club is to broaden the students in-
terest in this field. This is accom-
plished through outside speakers,
student demonstrations, and field
trips. The latter, which brings the
members into contact with local in-
dustries, gives them a knowledge of
community activities. Officers of the
Club were: President, Edward Zill-
mang Vice President, Ralph Swenby,
Secretary, Charlotte Wanlboldg and
Treasurer, Mike Carswell.
70 FORH6'N BODlf5
Row 5: Punls, I'4YcUlt't', Sluale. Harkin, lVeekr. Rolnff, Sierkerl, Kuehler.
Row 2: Dllll'8, Green, Uflo, Brneblirlg, St. Clair, l'ngl, Sterkliug f., Pagev-
Kopf, Krnxko, ,Nleru'iu. Bfrlfllf.
Row 1: Murqmzrdl, Srbnllz, Duilrimr, Zuxlrnir, Slf.'l'kliPlg D.. Dirhruu:
Genrirb, unflfixlllli, Srmkujl,
Row 5: Corrigan, Grulb, Gobdex, jeuren, Stnllz, Zuromrki, Goel.r4.'lJ, Carlson,
Bfflflllliki, Zoborouwlel, jfmen, H1n1dlmu.ven.
Row 2: lxaznlier. Dielzler, Kurpimki, Murbel, Keith, Zillnmn, Rolla, Smilb,
Row 1: Chrixliuuxml, .'llrCufrl1enu, Alwin, Srblei, Muelrer, Stbaefer, Muller.
: Sueuby, Prielepfr, Zillman, Soukufr C., illenrel, Sierkerl, Soukulw K.,
Marlin, Cursive I, Scbliesmau. Anderson, Evans.
: Hanruu, Humerlu, Cherek, Krueger, Kleirlxrbmidt, Puariea, Hurrixwl.
: Iillingrlm, Mr.-llea1'j, Hlazu. !dl'lI,7,flHI, Knl1ulmrxI. W"i4l5lrnn1, Tbonljl-
you, Murkerbeide. Erdnmn.
z lVumbold, llwvlfgmm, Berkzrillf, Kulmborrl, Nimlerlluu, Brnnell,
Members of the Astronomy Club
contrary to what some may have
thought, did not spend all of their
time gazing at the stars. Most of
their time was spent studying the
facts and principles of astronomy.
The purpose of providing this in-
formation was to create an interest
in this field. Officers of the club
were: President, Marvin Zoromskig
Vice President, Dawn Zillmang Sec-
retary and Treasurer, Barbara Roth.
HIVL' ARTS. . .
The large membership in the Art
Club this past year, indicates that
their aim of promoting an interest
in this field is being accomplished.
Besides spending their meetings en-
gaged in the various art activities,
they saw movies, carried on discus-
sions, and went on field trips. They
also sponsored a few of the fine art
exhibits seen throughout the year.
Officers of the Club were: President,
Ronald Detertg Vice President, Bob
Salzerg and Secretary, Esther Clair-
Besides creating an interest in the
classics, the Latin Club points out
many different phases of Roman life
and literature to its members. Plays,
skits, and pantomines form a large
part of their program, which also
includes Latin games and songs.
They contributed a great deal to the
foreign language Christmas party.
Officers of the Club were: Consuls,
Tom France and Lee Witter, Scribes,
Margaret Heiserg and Quaestor, Karl
Sherbert Berard. Sillarx. Timm, Mlirplsvy, ,Nluelleiy Treirhel, Koehler,
Nebring, Akey, Peiersan.
Lui-rierz. Rodehaver, Porerski. Bahleda. C. Lepinxki. Kvauxe, Morris
Dixbroug Weinbuuf, Srblei, Deltinger, Kreitz. Malbwirk, Slain.
Poi, Pigeon, Sbafmmki, Groleluesrhen, Malueg. Synoil. Sleffkev
Nierimki, Borxki, Callahan, Tou-le, Slralkowski.
Miller. Nlucha, Edxlmnl, 1. Lejrimki, Parks. jones, Lamlerlille. Arcola,
The Drama Club pro-
vided an excellent oppor-
tunity for its members to
learn more about this fine
art, and explore its various
aspects. This was accom-
plished by guest speakers
and group activities. The
members were given a dem-
onstration on make up as
well as the different types
of drama and the styles of
acting. Officers of this club
were: President, Allen
Akeyg Vice President Jo-
anne Accolag and Secretary
and Treasurer, Kathleen
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Row 5 :
Row 1 '
ll"oller, Rux, Heixe, Huyfs. Gwidl. Knorr, Larlghnff, Bemuzeskf,
Suhvel, Krueger. Fletcher, Morienslnl. lincbr, Denfeld.
Deffner, ll"flIt'I', Thorpe, Hmzxrm. .NlcDnnaId, Bousley. Sfbrnealer,
Ruzlnlfvb. Pugel. Verlske. Bliexe, Dalxke.
llwolfe, Sfeflwllmgeu, U"eudl, li tzdzinxki. Huff- llltxronzber, Bdllllldilil,
Poulzlnff, Stlazzwde, Klllfllffl, UHFIIBVI.
Rhyner, Tusflae. qL'lJlit.'SlIldPI, Prlgge, Opi4'lJku, Kujubl, Mogenxrm, Lune.
Many of our future teach-
ers probably belonged to
the F.T.A. Club. In this
club the members had a
chance to learn more about
the profession through edu-
cational movies and speak-
ers on different phases of
teaching. They also held a
patty and a special installa-
tion service, but their big
activity was a visit to the
State Teachers' college at
Stevens Point. Officers of
Srhnllz, .-inderson, Jillllldll, Degner. Biajzillg. Murphy, K. Gioelxrb,
laerkx, Zavlzflun Huehlke, Heise, Srbeel, SI. Clair. Hauer. Deffuer,
Biff, jensen, Zubm-uzrxki, Sfnllz. .S'rl1efller, j. Goelxrb. l'uu Slyke,
Kay, Inter, Hilber, Larxwl, Uvilke.
Klumfryun. Heck. Iirenxrm, U"r1Ilf'r', Heunell, Jleilulm, fulnms. Kurlz-
Bauman, llnilke, Kozlorxky, Pflieger, Pnnfzluff, Alngeuxeu.
F. T. A.
the Club were: President,
john Malone, Vice Presi-
Treasurer, Bud Hinzman.
F . F . A.
The members of F.F.A. desire to
develop leadership and improve their
way of farming so that in the future
they will be good citizens in their
community. This Chapter has been
active in school forest management,
garden seed sales, the F.F.A. speak-
ing contest, and Fair work. Raising
200 chicks in an electric brooder
this past spring was their main pro-
ject of the year. Officers of the Club
were: President, Russell Hayes, Vice
President, Ronald Ruxg Secretary,
james Knorr, Treasurer, Clark Wit-
ter, and Reporter, Roger Thorpe.
Our Conservation Club believes
that the best way to conserve our
natural resources is by making good
use of them. Valuable contributions
have been made this past year,
through tree planting, timber stand
improvement, and study of hunting
and fishing. In addition to this, they
also set up a feeding plot and trans-
plant bed at the school forest. Offi-
cers of the Club were: President,
Paul Haelke, Vice President, Don
Doedeg Secretary, Myron Zoborow-
ski and, Treasurer, Eugene Fochs.
Row 4: I.unglJf1fl. Srbnun. Luedlke, W'uelvler'l. Radfke, Bruebling, Claerek,
.lldl0Plf. Hinzmwm, Kryxlmk. Seiler, Pautz. Paxzkiewicz, Lilzer.
dent Corrine wleber - S - Row 5: lireiherg, Kaufmun, Brock, Seehufer, Ste zhenxon, G 'll 1, P ll 1,
l I ec Hoffnmu, Berg, lflneher, Babl. Pieper, Chrlxtiunson. nl N 0 ,M
fefilfy, ElC3l'1OI' SCIIIZIIUQ Hfld Row 2: Kluemler, Jlflrlenxon, Srbullenherg, Taflller, Luedtke, Suhr, Killing
Reimv. Dulxke, HJHYIYIIIJVIYI, Rirbler.
Row 1: Rirhmoml, LaSalle, Golrrrlhieuzvki, Vexely, Green, Scherlzel, Treicbel.
The purpose of this club is to pro-
vide the members with a chance to
learn the job requirements of an of-
fice worker through our local offices.
This past year the Senior Gregg
members gained valuable knowledge
from guest speakers in regard to of-
fice problems and stenographic work
done abroad. They also raised money
for the Waugonian Scholarship fund
by selling ice cream bars at the bas-
ketball games. Officers of this Club
were: President, Mavis Feckg Vice
President, Alice Kobakg Secretary
and Treasurer, Sheila Drehmel. The
Waugonian Council Representatives
Row 3: Koppliu, Otto, Nelson, Leuitzke. Ruudrnll, Iuerkx, Semlu, Meyer.
Row 2: S. xi. lllerbl, Priehe, jones, Ruelher, Srbrnuau, Engebrerhl, Muulz.
were Joan Stralkowski and Carol
Row 1: Stralknuyvki. james, fvlliiblllllll, Klug, Knlbetk, lierk.
Members of the Home Economics
Club devoted their time and ability
to becoming gracious hosts and host-
esses of the future. This was done by
having strictly social gatherings at
all their meetings. Each month six
or more students planned a party at
which time a number of games were
played and prizes were awarded,
with refreshments always providing
the finishing touch. Officers of the
Club were: President, Donna Rich-
mond, Vice President, Patricia Sob-
kowiakg Secretary, Shirley Mae
Utechtg and Treasurer, Arlette
The Junior Gregg members got to-
gether once a month to learn the
local requirements for stenographers
and to get acquainted with business
people in this area. Included in their
programs were movies, speakers, and
a party or picnic, the latter of which
was held in the spring of the year.
They also raised money for the Wau-
gonian Council by selling candy at
the school dances. Officers of this
Club were: President, Barbara
Schroeder, Vice President, Janice Ry-
chinskig and Secretary-Treasurer,
Slnychalla, R. Luedtke, Spaude. Meilahn, Mullen, Nierinxki, Laliare,
Holzxrbulo, Sobuwiak, Kolbetk, Goylowski, L. Luedlke, Utecht,
Bullke, D. Luedtlee, Arcola.
Monson, Clairmure, Sbnleuwki, Slralkowxlei, Richmond, Bender,
Reich, W'ieu.n'h, Scbnmmrer, Reinfe. Babl, Rirhler.
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If everyone gave their honest re-
action, it would not be surprising to
see that most people do enjoy a good
book. Especially interested in read-
ing were the members of the Book
Club, who conducted discussions and
reviews at their monthly meetings.
They were also given a chance to see
the Marathon County Bookmobile,
by accompanying it on one of its
trips to a nearby school. Officers of
the club were: President, Julianne
Bednorskig Vice President, Margo
Zastrowg and Secretary, jim Ash.
Members of the Library Club can
be recognized by the "book worm"
pins which were purchased this past
year. This club, which aids the mem-
bers in becoming familiar with the
library, held several book reviews
and saw a movie. They also worked
on a short play. Officers of the Club
were: President, Carol Graveeng
Vice President, Sharon Barthelsg Sec-
retary, Lois Bartelsg and Treasurer,
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Row 5: Ash, Mullen, Esker, Lillie, Wlalterx, lfenn, Bednorxki, Zarlrow, Funk.
Row 2: Laut, 0'Keefe, I, Genrith, lfroslman, Kaslen, Eggerl, P. Genrirb,
Sth mid! .
Row 1: l"u.tl, Har'H1arll1, Genz, Klug, Mohilnilzky, Burrhardt, Hinner.
Kulil, Kaslen, Grareen, Ruelber, Bauer, Paxzkieuirz, Pagvl, Pixrballa,
Barrels, u7lHl,YL'lJ, Hefxler, W'allw'x, .lHlll'lt'IlXlH1.
fr1'lIIIIltll'IJ6l', Krueger, Barrels, Pllflljdl, Krrnneri, Henning, llneebi'
Knezrjl, Plautz, Schumann, Zurlfer.
flu' elzrnok, Heller, Knapp, Griznlarber, Smillf, llnenzel, Slnlze,
5clJu'nz'lm, Seifeldl. Belbke.
Hanson, Hoppe, Laika, Krairner, Se-wr1o1u', Krueger, Hinlz.
Row 4 :
Vogt, Halfzor, Raalz, laeckx, .-lnklarn, Kulas, Schlrlidlhrffer, Siefkerl.
Each month the chess enthusiasts
meet to improve their skill at this
game. All the meetings are devoted
exclusively to giving the members an
opportunity to play each other as
this is the best wav that they can im-
prove their knowledge of the game.
Officers of the Club were: Presi-
dent, Russell Kentg Vice President,
Dennis Knapp: Secretary-Treasurer,
Donnelly, Malueg, W'alIen, Kenl, Sierkerl, lobnxon, Brzezinrki.
Koy. Shawl, janz.
Sterkling, Pnnll, Scbramer, Knapp, Kluerer, Kufirek, Miskin, Stadt'
Pukis, W'eiland, .lfleru'in, Kueblman, Teilmer, Kay, Kurizweil, lemon
Soukup, Tremel, I.ueb.ttorf, Marlin.
Row 1: jarobson, lvfbdfl, Jlatzke, Crflflifh, Fdwardx. Jlilllextaedl, Zilz, Becker.
ZHIRNING MORE. . .
It is very likely that you will find
many of our camera enthusiasts in
the Camera Club. Besides developing
their skill in the art of taking pic-
tures, they also improve their ability
in developing, printing and enlarg-
ing the pictures. Officers of the Club
were: President, Allen Akeyg Vice
President, Tom Lattimoreg Secretary,
Susan Radandtg and Treasurer, Shel-
Row 3: Lutlimer, Krueger, SrlJrl1eder. Rader, Doede, Mueller, fabn, Heinz,
Zunker, Akey, W'im1ie, Girxelman.
Row Z: Egdahl, Kufubl, Papenlur. Ryan, Ruudall, fllallllle, Sbrrfinxki. Hel-
Iinga, johnny, fmlriker, Huefr.
Row l: Suhr. Knapp, Suhr, Lumlerrflle, Radandl. Poxkie. Hiulz, Roblf,
Protla. Maier, Langboff.
Members of the Projectionist Club
not only come to the aid of many
distressed English teachers, but also
create an interest among themselves
in such things as motion picture pro-
jectors, tape recorders, and film strip
machines. Besides demonstrations
and movies, a field trip was taken
to some of our local theaters. They
made their contribution to the ex-
change program by interviewing
students and by tape recording the
programs. Officers of the Club
were: President, Thomas Leland,
Vice President, Donald Puarieag
Secretary, james Hettinga, and
Treasurer, Lyle Weden.
Those who tried to interpret
things mathematically, were prob-
ably members of the Math Club this
past year. They were given an op-
portunity to develop this interest fi, 4--fp
through student and teacher demon- '
stration, which covered the slide rule
and a study of topology. The mem-
bers also took part in a field trip on
computational machines. Officers of
the Club were: President, Mary
Sweitzerg Vice President, Ronald
janzg Secretary, Bud Hinzmanng and
Reporter, Duane Edwards.
G. A. A.
Despite the large membership in
G.A.A., the club was extremely ac-
tive. Besides large basketball, volley-
ball, and bowling tournaments, ping
pong, and badminton, were also in-
cluded in their schedule. Sports and
activities are emphasized at the meet-
ings through Iectures and movies. A
number of parties were also enjoyed
during the year, and money was
raised for the Wfaugonian scholar-
ships. Officers of the Club were:
President, jean Yunkg Vice Presi-
dent, Inez Pietscherg Secretary and
Treasurer, jean Nimz.
. . . AND PHIYIN6
There is a great interest in skiing
as may have been demonstrated
when the Laurel students were here.
The Ski Club members participated
in four events, downhill, slalom,
cross-country, and jumping in which
awards were given to the winners.
They also participated in the junior
ski meets in the midwest. Officers of
the Ski Club were: President, Dave
Allard, Vice President, Jack Evansg
Secretary, Mary Lee Bisellg and
Treasurer, Fred Brechler.
Row 5: Heinz, Nimz, Mufkerlleide, 'I'brunfuon, Pedersen, llueinbuuf
Row 2: Srhmrn, sfslllkf, 0'Leury, Piel5a'lJ1:r, Smilb.
Row l: Poll, Yank, Ziegtl, Gmriller.
"We'll fight for Wausau High!"
This fight carried on by the Pep
Club was largely responsible for our
fine cheering section. Although it
wouldn't be possible to have a cheer-
ing section without coperation, it is
necessary to stimulate this spirit at
the right time. To carry this out, the
members put on a number of pep
assemblies and planned new cheers.
Officers of the club were: President,
Dave Raabg Vice President, Perry
Ziegler, Secretary, Janice Strekg and
Treasurer, Dennis Schalow.
,VWLU4 THEN NURS. . .
NOON HOUR Y-TEENS
There is always something going on to
keep high school girls busy outside of school.
Y-Teens is one of these activities. The soph-
omores and juniors have their meetings after
school, while the seniors have meetings in
the evening. Many different projects are
undertaken by these clubs.
The seniors had a big Valentine Dance for
the Laurel Exchange Students. The juniors
put on a skit to help promote Lost Lake
Camp. The sophomores held a bake sale as
a means of raising funds for their club. These
undertakings are not only for the benefit of
the Y-Teen members, but also to help others.
This goal is accomplished by participating
in many different service projects.
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ROV' 5: Ellaus' Carsulell' Prinle' Row 3: Mailexnn, Nelson, Nlurphy, jesler, johnson, Za.vlrou'.
RUW21 'll"'lem'm' Bunn' CU," Row 2: Erenrorz, Hegna, Meilahn, jolmax, Nieriuski.
Row 1: 5"bHe5""m' Abel' Row 1: S4'lJn1l1m'IJer, Ziebell, llvilroll, Zunker, Krueger.
H I - " Y " Q
Would you like some fun this Friday "iw
night? Well, come to the basketball hop at
the "Y", Sound familiar? The Hop proceeds
are used for scholarships given to any quali-
fied high school graduate. Besides sponsor-
ing hops and awarding scholarships they
compete in the inter-club baseball and bas-
ketball league. The spirit of the Hi-Y is rep-
resented by its pledge "To create, maintain,
and extend high standards of Christian fel-
lowship in school and the community." ,DI
Row 3: Hmldlnanveu. fufksou. Pufreufux. ROW 5: W',,lf,,m,,' Minbonv sfade.
Row 2: Dzubay. folnzslnl, Latiimer. Row 2: Ryan, jafkmu, Schroeder.
Row 1: Hoff. Kuelal, U'itler. Row l: Pbillillx. Hoff, limnre, RI!-1'dl.
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MONITORS NOON HOUR ACTIVITIES
Monitors play an important
part in the every day functions of
our school. Being picked on a
volunteer basis, they register their
free periods at the beginning of
each semester. They are assigned
to different posts throughout the
school where they attend to such
duties as distributing absentee
lists, collecting attendance folders,
and returning green passes, or es-
corting guests and visitors to vari-
Noon hour activities provide
fine entertainment for students
who eat their lunches at school.
The five young men whom you
see below are in charge of the
various games, dances, movies,
and gym equipment and have of-
fered their time and efforts to
making this program operate
The job of the Activities Pho-
tographers is to see that all stu-
dents have pictures on their ac-
tivities tickets. These snaps are
used as a means of identification
for football games, basketball
games, and the like. The "shutter-
bugsv of this staff are responsible
for the taking, developing, iden-
tifying, cutting, sorting, stapling
and distributing pictures of over
lemon, Slieber, Borclmrdr, W"eden. Hetlinga. RUW 23 Ldfffmf EVJYX' sfl'lie5"f""' ,
Row 1: Sherbert, lxmen, Wfemkanf, Lattzmer.
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Row 2: McCormick, Klug, Slralkawski, Richmond. Row 5: Kfzippel, Hilber, Bopf, Winetzki.
Row 1: jordan, Pielsrlaer, Drelmzel, Sclwrum. Row 2: Gerzsmurm, Knapp, Eggebrerbt, Kmen, S.
Row 1: Kmeu, N., Slagvski, Pelrowski.
VUAUGONIAN USHERS SOCIAL
The main purpose of the 'Wau-
gonian Council is to raise money
for scholarships for five or six
graduating girls and boys. The
way in which this purpose is
achieved is through the annual
Talent Show. The club is made
up of seven members represent-
ing the junior and Senior Gregg
Clubs. the Girls' Athletic Associa-
tion, Home Economics Club, and
one Senior Y-Teen.
The ushers give of their extra
time to perform various duties at
our numerous football and bas-
ketball games. These duties in-
clude showing spectators to their
reserved seats and passing out
programs to both adults and stu-
dents. The ushers are chosen on a
volunteer basis receiving fifty
cents per game for their services.
The details connected with the
all-school dances and football
hops are carried out by the mem-
bers of the social committee. To
accomplish this work more effi-
ciently, the committee is divided
into decorations, checking, tickets,
chaperones, and publicity, each
with their respective jobs. This
committee made the Christmas
Capers, Harvest Ball, Mardi Gras,
and the Wausau Day Dances pos-
sible. The results of their work
were enjoyed by many.
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DA N C E
I9 - Point Football Hop
3 - Rlainelanzler Football Hop
9 - llvausau Day Dance
10 - Eau Claire Football Hop
31 - Dads' Night
I-I - Harvest Ball
Der. I2 --
Der. 26 - junior Girls
Feb. H - Valentine Dante
Feb. I7 - Mardi Gray
April I0 - Candy Danre
- junior Prom
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Nor. Il - The Romaufe of Wfords
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Def. II - The Fight
Der. 19 - Christmas
fan. I6 - Pep Pro-
Marrh 23 - Pruth
April 27 - Immorlal
May I4 - Slight of
Wausau Day Queens 1952
lean Bllbf Clllife Brick
Lois Scbeel Kalbleeu Landreville Charlotte W'ambolzl
The big event of the XX'ausau Day Program was the dance held the night before the
game to the music of Ray Cramer and his orchestra. There was a well-planned pro-
gram in the auditorium for those who did not wish to dance. This included a movie
entitled "The Spirit of Stanford," a short performance by the Franklin School "Fun
Band" and a brief talk by Miss Wisccmnsin, who was Miss jean Houston. The climax
of the evening came when Kathy Landreville was crowned queen. Kathy also
reigned over the football game and the hop which took place on Friday.
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Bums in abundance.
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HOBO DAY - On October 9, 1952, many strange-looking
students were seen roving through the halls of Wausau Senior
High School. The reason was the Hobo Day, which was part of the
Wausau Day Program. The Hobo Court, announced at the assem-
bly, was made up of the following: King - LeRoy Wolf, Queen --
Joan Lietz, Prince - Lee Witter, Princess - Carol Lee Edwards,
Duke - Dale Ryan, and Dutchess - Mary Stone. Due to the whole-
hearted co-operation of both teachers and pupils, Hobo Day was
once again a tremendous success.
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L I T T L E W O M E N - Last November the senior class
"donned the buskins" and presented Marian de Forest's play adap-
tation of Louisa May Alc0tt's "Little Vffomenf' Thirteen girls and
five boys pranced and paraded in gorgeous 19th century gowns and
suits through two hours of a romantic comedy. The play centered
around the teen-age lives of the March girls. From the tragedy of
Beth's death to the serio-comic love affair of jo and Professor Baer,
the comedy played lightly on the audience's emotions. Trick light-
ing effects and an abstract outdoor set helped give zest to the pro-
duction. The play provided nostalgia for the adults and fun for
the students. The cast enjoyed the work and fun involved and
especially liked the death scene.
Slanding: Sullivan, Wuroslz, Abey, Black, Brefbler, Schuman, Slanding: Puariea, Iaerks, Leland Wel5lJ
Sherbert, Brick. Sitting: Sleffke, Smilb, Lilzer, Sweilzer. Siliing: Radlke, Erwin, Wfoeblert
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ROMEO AND JULIET
Q VUhat's the idea? - was the -general reaction when the students
Q heard that "Romeo and Juliet" was to be done in formals and tux-
X edoes and on platforms. However, the formal dress and the con-
structivistic set and the area lighting proved that Shakespeare can
S appear in modern garb and he effective. In keeping with the dress,
Q.. 'A the actors used knives instead of swords for their fights. The au-
dience "oohed and aahed" at the beautiful pictures continually
created. The romantic tragedy fitted in well with Spring and
showed the audience a love of another day. Called "The greatest
, love story ever written, "Romeo and Juliet" thrilled and satisfied
w the audiences. They were skillfully carried to the land of illusion hy
Shakespeare's beautiful and effective poetry.
JON!0R PROM 1953
Ap ri! in Paris
The annual junior Prom, held at the Youth Building in Marathon
Park on April 24, was the climax of the 1955 social season. The deco-
rations theme was 'April in Paris', and Larry XVooclbury's orchestra
furnished the music for the dancing which began at 8:50 o'clock. The
GRAND MARCH, consisting of very intricate formations began at
10:50, a half hour later than usual. Preceding the event a number of
coketail parties were held at homes of promgoers. The postprom party
at the Wausau Club and the breakfast at Rih Mountain Shelter House
sponsored by the Kiwanis Club were attended by more than 100 people.
The various committees were headed by Nancy O'Leary and Elizabeth
Reich, decorations, Carol Dettinger, program: Curtis jackson, publicity:
Dale Weeks and Harry Spanton, lighting: jack Grothaus, properties,
and Sharon Newell, refreshments and punch.
Row 2: Grotballx, Salzer, Harmon, Smillw, HlI7ll1'f71IIl.9Ei1. 511113 Yllrell Dale Dlllbcly
Row 1: Lepinsbi, Rolvlf, Seai'er.t, Scbnle, lfruuk, O'Konek, Reich.
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TOPHATTERS AND GLEE CLUBS
An added attraction at the Farewell Assembly for the Laurel Ex-
change students, was the fine concert presented by our dance or-
chestra, the Tophatters. The efforts of the thirteen members and
their capable leader, Ronald Janz, resulted in splendid entertain-
ment which was appreciated by ail. Besides this, the Tophatters
also played at a number of dances during the year and made a few
The Girls' and Boys' Glee Clubs are for beginners interested
in choir work. The purpose of these groups is to provide its mem-
bers with the fundamentals of vocal music and prepare them for
the choir work which follows.
GIRLS' GLEE CLUB BOYS GLEE CLUB
Kin, Olxon, Horn, Eluling, Dixlvvmr, lrhllmber, Slnrm,
Mirek. Meilalnz, ll"nlf.
Lurllenler, Kuejzjr. .-lldrir'lJ, Gnlenlhierrxki, Stein, Parker, Clark,
llerrmunn, Krueger, Stiller.
Perxbe, Murxla, .HfDrnlalrl, xllbrerbl, ITIJIIPIQII, Nad, Iilurifle,
llwilfflll, Jliller, ,llrf,tu'll1v, Dodge, W,t',lflliL'k, Srlmrnler,
Rowlz Sullnmz Ken! jobmfm Bopf 'lerge
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Furthermore, band members also participate in many
5 smaller music organizations, such as the twirling corps,
E- A- MfD0116'U Charlie's German Band, and the "T0phatters", to men-
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Noon on the campus.
Back to the salt mines.
Oh, come now, girls.
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Artists Milward and Koy at work.
Mr. Ralph Berlin and Future Drivers
Mr. Stevens, secretary of Wausau Paper
Mills, Co., speaking to teachers on Blli
Mr. Reinemann and his talented art
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Bob Zasrrow and Betty Wimehlert
Colleen McCormick and
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Mary Lee Bissell
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Spine-tingling performanves were the fri-
terion of the year's athletic' fontests.
Physiral ability, mental roordination, and
teamwork were brought into aftion by
all of the participants. Coarhes, some-
times resembling ringmasters with whip
Marking and all, produced very ahle and
suvfessful squads representing W'ausau
High. Pride and honor were indeed up-
held by the athletic marvels bearing
W'ausau's Red and W'hite in Ihe Big Top
of Inlerscholastif Sports. Honor, too, has
been shown by the team's supporters, the
students of Watisazz High, A year of
highlight and splendor is portrayed on
the following pages. Read, see, and be
proud . . .
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XVAUSAU 41 IVIARIIVETTIZ 7
XXIAUSAU 40 STIfVIfNS POINT 0
-' -' '-- -' - WAUSAU 41 RHINIfLANDIfR 6 " ""' " --
WAUSAU 52 VUISCOINISIINI RAPIDS 0
WAUSAU 48 EAU CLAIRE 6
XVAUSAU 59 IVIARSHFIELD 0
XWAUSAU 19 MERRILL 7
XWAUSAU 20 ANTIGO 6
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Row 5: Marlens, Carlson, Opper, Grolhaus, Skalerki, Kent, johnson, Marson, Zank, Goodin
Row Z: Oilo, Allard, Sererxon, Thomas, Slrehlow, Desnoyers, Heidemann, W'ear'er, Zillman, Busku Obrmundl
Row 1: Hanson, Rirlsler, Swenby, Bennelt, Roemke, Tremel, Felnlhaloer, Nylmlm, Klos.
The 1952 Lumberjack football team was typical of those traditionally represent
ing Wausau High. Coach Wfin Brockmeyer presented an aggressive squad well
schooled in fundamentals and possessing a fierce determination that resulted in an
unbeaten season. The jacks had speed, depth, and deception. W.V.C. champions,
Wfausau was the highest scoring football machine among the state high schools
averaging 35 points per game. Their 4 points allowed per game ranked second
defensively. Five Jacks gained ALL-CONFERENCE honors and three were named
to ALL-STATE teams. These three, all seniors, were backs Dave Strehlow C1952
captainj, jack Desnoyers, fullback and brilliant end Willie Heidemann. Lmemen Ed
Otto and Ed Zillman were named with these three to the ALL-CONFERENCE
squad. The team also showed fine reserve strength, promising a bright football
future for Wausau High.
Yelifla, Brockmeyer, Bolsford Goelsrh, Kluever, Umhoefer Kluever
Thomas - Quarlerback Severson - Halfbark Nyholm - Halfback Allard - Quarterback
Zank - End Skalerlai
WAUSAU 40 POINT 0
The jacks opened the 1952 WVC season with a bang by
taming the Stevens Point Panthers, 40 to 0. Halfback Dave
Strehlow gave a brilliant running exhibition that enabled
him to cross the double-line for four T.D's. Jack Desnoyers
hammered the other two across with Arnie Klos successful on
four of his extra point attempts. Wausau's victory was es-
pecially satisfying as revenge for the 7-0 defeat at Point
WAUSAU 41 RHINELANDER 6
The Hodag defense proved no great puzzle to the hardrun-
ning Wausau backfield. The jacks romped for 441 yards at a
phenomenal 10.7 yards per carry. Fullback jack Desnoyers
sped for three scores while averaging 13.4 yards per crack.
End Duane Zank and halfback jim Nyholm each scored once
while Klos was again successful on four extra points. The re-
maining point was garnered on a pass from Dave Allard to
Tom Carlson after the final T.D.
WAUSAU 52 WIS.RAPIDS 0
The powerful Wausau defense handcuffed the Red Raiders
while five different Lumberjacks threaded their way to the
promised land. The feats of the defensive line were almost
unbelievable as the Rapids backs were held to only nine
yards net. Strehlow, Desnoyers and Bob Severson each scored
Tackle Ken! - Tarkle Ollo - Center - All-Conference
Klos - Quarterback johnson - End Carlson - End
WAUSAU 39 MARSHFIELD 0
After a scoreless first quarter the Lumberjacks put on their
winning shoes to top the tough Tigers. junior halfback Bob
Severson played his most outstanding game of the season. Heidemmn
Fullback Desnoyers smashed over twice and tossed a nifty End
jump pass to Willie Heidemann for another. Three conver- All
sions by Klos rounded out the jack scoring. Alert play by Co,,ye,e,,u,
guard Gerald Roemke was a strong point in the defensive All
magic of the Red and White. Sldfe
WAUSAU 19 MERRILL 7
Wausau fans observed one of the finest games of the season
as the jacks defeated Merrill in Wausau's last home show.
The Bluejays showed an effective defense to lead 7 to 6 at the
half. Hard running by Wausau's Desnoyers, Strehlow and
Severson and solid line play finally led to a 19 to 7 victory.
Klos converted once.
WAUSAU 20 ANTIGO 6
Although held scoreless in the first period, the Lumber- Zillmlw
jacks scored once in each of the last three quarters to insure Guard
their capture of the Wisconsin Valley Conference Champion- All
Desnoyers plunged over from the one for Wausau's first score
Later in the game, after a 46 yard run by Strehlow and a 17
yard scamper by Nyholm, Strehlow went over from the
ten. Klos was again good for two extra points.
Martens - Guard Opper - Guard Grollaaus - Tackle
Goodin - End
Buska - Guard
Mn Inside and Mr.
jack Desnoyers was described by Coach Brock-
meyer as the key to the Wfausau attack. Jack
played varsity ball for four years, seeing action
as first string back in three of those years. XWVC
scoring leader in 1952, jack was named to the
ALL-CONFERENCE team in 1951 and '52 and
was also named fullback on the 1952 ALL-STATE
squad. A smashing, driving runner, jack was also
a capable passer and a brilliant defensive per-
former. His 4.9 rushing average was the best re-
corded by a Red and Xwhite fullback since Brock
took the coaching reins in 1939, eclipsing even
the great Ben Bendrick's 4.6 record.
Dave Strehlow was perhaps the best all-around
back in Wfausau gridiron history. Dave was named
to the XWVC ALL-CONFERENCE team in 1951
and '52, Probably his most notable achievement
was being named to the 1952 ALL-STATE first
team. In his senior year, Dave gained 1556 yards
in 144 carries for a superlative 9.4 average. Most
noted for his running ability, few people recog-
nized that he also led the team in passing. A solid
defensive performer, Strehlow was an all-around
all-out star and was ranked by Brock with the
finest he has coached, a list including lilroy
Hirsch, Ben Bendrick, and Ronnie Hoenisch.
The "Hull" .ulds six in Ilw Poiul gunna
Slrelwlou' on one of fum' 'I'.D. jaunls ugainsl Point.
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Row 5: Peters, Drake, faecks, Hanson, Royal, Murson, Corda, Meurel, Burek.
Row 2: Olarmzmdl, Garwilz, Felnllmber, Holtz, Klokow, Kexee, Srlmllz, Kichler, Gixselman, Tremel.
Row 1: Miclalig, O'Brien, Knapp, Mueller, Srlvenzel, Brillen, Lyons, Seefelzll.
The Wausau Cross-country
team, led by Coach Bill Smi-
ley, brought home "All the
bacon" in the '52 season. Vic-
tors in four dual meets, the
jack harriers closed their cam-
paign by winning the Wliscon-
sin Valley Conference champ-
ionship. Individual winner was
Wausau's Bill Hintz. Tom
France was third and Jim Os-
terbrink fifth with other XX'au-
sau runners close behind.
Rudy Botsford's junior Jacks lost
only one contest during their '52 cam- Wfausau "-'-,q-,- 28 Rhinelander IVAA 0
paign, that to Stevens Point in their '
final game. The B's, showing con- Wausau ---'------ 14 Eau Claire -'---A-- 6
siderable poise and ability, gave indi- -
cations of a bright football future for
W'ausau's varsity. Congratulations are
in order for Rudy and his squad for
their fine season.
Merrill ...,......,,,. 0
Wausau ,..------. 30
Wausau .,.,....,, 0 Stevens Point ..
Row 5: Ziebell, Buxla, Big Tlmmler, Hoff, j.
Row 2: Rux, Soukup, Human. Wfilke, jackson, Papenfus, Hoff, K., Rubow.
Row 1: jaerkx, Hinlz, Osrerlzrink, Dalum. France, McDonald, Draeger, Kulax, Smiley
In Me fa!! of '52 football Cross founfry
"That old gang of
All state balfbavk
Dare Slrelyluu' in
N ylaolm rarrying
Come bark here!
fullbafk 'lack Des-
noyers ready for
fasts a rrilifal eye
"Hold tba! ligerf'
"Run you fellows,
run! run! fullfu
and fb8Efl7Ig lil ffze fenfer Rlhg
I. Ed Zillnlall-"The
1 o'rlovle jump."
2. jean Yunle-"The
3. "W'e get a kirle
out of you." Ar-
nie Klos: 27 extra
- 46.1 yds.
-I. Billie Pemzell -
5. Allard and Ollo -
"It lakes two to
6. "I kiss your feel,
ff' 7. W'-S-H-S. lfdbak
and A1ll'ill. Fight!
8. "Louie" Serersofz
rolls agaifzsl the
9. Lois S019 e el,
HOIHIIPIJ Girl of
BR06'K.S" B145KE7EfR5'. . .
"No horseshoesf' was
C o a c h Brockmeyer's
comment on the '52-'53
basketball season. Failure
to hold small leads cost
the team at least a half-
dozen victories. These
losses, all by fewer than
five points, showed the
reason for the mediocre,
7 won - 12 lost, record.
However, the Jack's
scrappy squad knocked
off the Wis. Rapids
team, league champs, in
their first tournament
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X ., ' '
aj , Sis
Row 2: Klos, Goodin, Zank, Schalow, Ziegler, Kulas
Row 1: Hadley, Heidemann, Streblow, Severson, Nybolm
SCHALOXV STREHLOXX' YIH I FR
SEVIERSON CAPTAIN IKUI Ab
, , 54
HADLEY GOODIN KLOS I-IFIDFMANN
B-THIM. . .
Wausau's junior jack
basketball team, coached
by Rudy Botsford, tacked
up ten wins against six
losses for the '52-'53 sea-
son. Only sophomores
saw regular action with
a few freshmen, Kittel,
and Nuernberg playing
at times. Kulas, soph for-
ward, started with the
B's but graduated to a
varsity post. The top
scorers were Knapp, Ku-
las, and O'Brien.
Row Z: O'Brien, Gisselman, Luebxtorj, Kesee
Row 1: Rirbler, Fehlbuber, Brillen, Knapp
f E AB B T
,W - E A M
ills, I Wausau
X ,J-f Wausau
Zimick, Weaifer, Allard
S C O R E S
Right: Strehlow f52j
scoring against Antigo.
Left: Wfausaufv Nyholm
UIQ dribbling past Ro-
man of Point.
Right: Goodin shoots
through a maxs of
Marxhfield playerx. Sha-
lou' KSU and Seversou
UU ready to rebound.
Left: Strehlow U22
drives in against Antigo.
Partially obscured Wau-
sau player ix Ziegler.
Right: Captain Dare
Strehlow dribbling past
Litzou' of Point.
Wlflffk WONDfR.S' . . .
c.. , .,,.a...rli:.c.ae..t. I
Row 3: Wilke, L., Nilsrbe, Ollrmundi, Cordu, Soukup, Zillmrm, Kurth, Siefkerl,
Row 2: Goetxrh, Roemkc, Case, Gosxage, Gixselnmrz, Randall, Wfilbe, G,, Zuslrauu
Row 1: Kneblmun, Kahn, Hoff. llyiflig, Lewilzke, Bush, Wfilke, R.
- - lvl I
Wausau 2 Stevens Point 5
Wausau 2 Rhinelander 5
Wausau 1 Country Day 3 1
Wausau 5 Stevens Point 1
Wausau 4 Rhinelander 2
S K I I N G
With its second anniversary
our gliders captured second
place awards in the state
W.I.A.A. ski meet held on Rib
Mt. Their director, Miss Bon-
vincin, said they were good in
every meet. Gerald Thiele
placed first for individual hon-
ors and thus was eligible for
the National Ski Meet at
Brighton, Utah. Outstanding
performances were turned by
Peter Marks and Chuck Slade.
Row 3: Adank, Ryan, Claampine, Slade
Row 2: Krusko, Schroeder, Lund, Heller
The 2 won - 2 lost record
tacked up by Coach Tom
Yelich's hockey squad was
good for a piece of the four
way tie for the league title.
The Red and White showed
good play in their first three
games, but lapses brought
losses. The puckmen,
thoroughly indoctrinated un-
der fire, finished strong with
two victories. Nitzsche and
Kurth were the team's high
Veteran goalie, Ed Zillman. '52-
'53 record, 76 saves - I6 goals
Row I: Egdalwl, W'olfe, Hinlz, Thiele, Marks. Insert: Miss B0l1l'il1t'iIl
. . . J0flN50N'5 LWRZIRS
With its second year as a
major sport, curling has
brought the Wausau rinks
much ice fame. The team en-
tered two high scliool bon-
spiels - one at Wfauwatosa and
the other at Portage. The K
Krueger rink copped first out
of eight positions in the
Round Robin. In the lead-
man's bonspiel Neil Peterman
took first, and in the mixed
bonspiel the Krueger rink
again captured first. In the in-
vitational high schools round -
robin our skip, Krueger, won
the number one spot. With the
use of the Wausau Curling
Club's rinks for practice, our
teams were able to beat Wau-
watosa and Portage, our only
Row 2: Evans, R. johnson, H. joknyon, Kent, jtzerkx
Row 1: Nilzsflae, Krueger, Klimek, Soukup
Skip Games won Games Los! Perrenlage
james Krueger ....... ..,. 6 1 857
Roger johnson ..,,,,, ,,,, 4 3 571
Russ Kent ......,,,...,... Y,.. 4 3 S71
Robert Klimek ..,,... ,,.. 4 3 S71
Richard Nitzsche ...,.. ,,,, 4 3 571
Jack Evans ,...,...,.. .... Z 5 285
Gordon jaecks ...., .,., 2 5 285
Charles Soukup ,,,.,,....,,.............. ,,........,,........... ,i,r 2 5 285
johnson demonstrating how slone should be laid. Skip Krueger delivering sione.
5Mllf,V'.S' 5PfED576'R5. . .
Row 5: Felton, Siekerl, Papenflls. Seefeldf, Deterl, lffeirzleullf, Lorrien
Row Z: Mt-Ilwzalfl, Lezwzrloxki, Tremel, W'ol1lfor1l, Eduwrzls, Kryslmk
Row l: lJl'tlIll'6, Ilinzxozz, Sonknp, Skulevki, lVolfe, Myszku, Slreblow,
During early season work-
outs, all indications pointed to
an outstanding track season
for Coach Bill Smiley and his
red and white thinclads. In the
track events there was lots of
talent. The returning letter-
men, jim Nyholm, last sea-
son's high scorer, jim Skalecki,
broad jump, Dave Strehlow
and Bob Severson, sprinters,
Ed Zillman, shot put, john
Yonker, 440, and Rodger
Goodin, shot put, made up the
nucleus of the varsity team.
Srlnnulzler, Srlmllz, Leilermlmn, Marks, Stefkling, Sielnerker,
X 7' 'J
Iolms, Ziebell, jaerks, Iuefkx.
Zimmerer, Murphy, Peters.
Nylmlm, Sezwrson, Krusko, Sflmerk, Kirx.
Porler, Marlin, Goodin.
Wausau-Merrill ,,..,l,,.,,,,,.,.. April 10 at Wausau
Wiscimnsin Valley Indoor ,,,,,,,.,,,,.,.,,,,,,..,,,,,,,,,,,
April 17 at Wise-imnsin Rapids
April 25 at Wausau
Peacock Relays ,,,.,.,,,.......,... May 2 at La Crosse
Triangular Meet - Stevens Point, Merrill,
Wausalu .... ..,.............,......... M ay 5 at Wausau
Pentangular Meet - Stevens Point, Wisctmnsin
Rapids, La Crosse, liau Claire, Wausau, May
9, at Eau Claire
Wisccinsin Valley Conference ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,.,,,
May 14 at Wausau
Sectional ,.,. ,,,,,
May Z5 at Stevens Point
May 30 at Madison
Ed Zillman 0' Bill Lewmloskz
Dixcus V' Captain
Row 3 Tescla Allman, Kalbes, Gwidt, Sfieber, Draeger, Baumann, Rader, Blfrbberger, Minkoff, Drumm.
Row 2 Burrburdl, Rirlmrds, Nigbur, Kleimrlamidf, Kurlly, Heller, johnson, Clarixlenson, Kulus, Rivbler, Amlermn.
Row 1 Rubow, Sflvmidt, ll"ur5ler, Heidemunn, Mirblig, Kluerer, Lellu, Lewilzke, Knapp, Dllmdei.
Our 1953 season saw only two
experienced men returning. They
were Schalow and Johnson.
Blessed with numerous inexperi-
enced but good prospects, Max-
well looked for a second good
season in the southern division.
Last year our diamond-men won
five and lost one to take second
place after losing our playoff to
Rapids. In the past five years our
teams have a record of thirty-two
wins and five losses.
April 27 ...,.................... Merrill at Wausau
May 5 .... ...., M arshfield at Marshfield
May 9 ..... .................... P oint at Point
May 13 ...... ,,.., M arshfield at Wausau
May 15 ...... ......... R apids at Rapids
May 18 ...... ...... P oint at Wausau
May ?? .,,. ..... R apids at Wausau
TENNIS. . .
Wausau at Point
Wausau at La Crosse
Wausau at Eau Claire
Antigo at Wausau
Point at Wausau
Meet at Wausau
june S and 6-
T E N N I S T E A M
Following the spring vacation
our varsity racketeers began prac-
ticing earlier than usual, with the
hope of regaining the WVC ten-
nis crown. Coach Robert St. Clair
believed the boys looked good
and he didn't expect too much
trouble. With the return of five
lettermen, our netmen were at a
definite advantage. As this story
goes to press, Rhinelander and
Row 3: Adank, Graunke, Pelerman, Berk, Schroeder, Ryan
Row 2: Hoff, Brand.
Row 1: R. Hoff, Schmidlkofer, Hadley.
Stevens Point were expected to
provide some stiff competition
for our squad. Our number one
and two positions were held re-
spectively by Perry Ziegler and
Bob Schmidlkofer. Additional
lettermen of last year's squad
were Doug Hadley, Russ Hoff,
and Cary Bush.
Perry Ziegler Bob Srhmidlkofer
No. 1 Man No. 2 Man
Row 2: Damrow, Vercimak, Wfallers, Sfbael, Raul:
Row 1: Drueger, Krueger, Klimek, Degner
WSHS ENTERS ITS FIRST STATE WIAA
VOLLEY BALL MEET
After capturing first place in the W.V.C., Wausau
High School team competed in its first state
WIAA volley ball meet on April 4, at Madison.
Our boys placed fourth in a field of eighteen teams.
Wausau's outstanding players were set-up men,
jim Jester, Clifford Stieber, and "spikers" Marvin
Zoromski, and captain, Dave Denfeld. Zoromski
was the best "slammer" in the meet.
. . . 60 F
May 13 -
Marshfield at Marshfield
May 15 -
Stevens Point at Wausau
May Z0 -
Wis. Valley Conference at Antigo
May 22 -
Antigo, Rhinelander at Wausau
May 26 -
Rhinelander at Rhinelander
May 30 -
june 5-6 -
A great asset to our golf team
was the return of four lettermen.
They are John Vercimak, Vernon
Schreiber, Sheldon Damrow, and
Dave Raab. Vercimak and Schrieber
respectively hold one and two posi-
On a home-to-home basis our bowlers won five
out of nine games to beat Point, but they lost to
Dorchester. High doubles games were rolled by
Roger Schmidt and Ronald Wolfe for a series of
1013 pins. Singles champion was Roger Schmidt
with a 213 game.
'A O I
Row 2: Slieber, jolmx, Zoromxlei. Meuref, jexrer, Gabrilxka Row 2: Lezwmloski, Baumann, Siekerl, Treiclvel, Ruxvb
Row 1: Tremel, Kazmier, Zunker, Dalske, Denfeld Row 2: W'olfe, Stork, Fleirber, Cbampine
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Galnrilslen, movie. and
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nzuxe lwels lJ1n1c'lJi11g.
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G. A. A.
The thud of 21 ball and the swish of shorts
accompanied by the sound of at whistle from the
gym floor marked another after-school session
of girls' sports. The tournaments held by the
Girls' Athletic Association included the follow-
ing sports: bowling, ping-pong, basketball and
free throw, volleyball and curling. Through
these and other activities the members earn
points toward either at pin or 11 "VU"
During one semester each senior girl is re-
quired to take Home Nursing twice a week in
place of active gym. Under the supervision of
Mrs. Dale they learn how to cope with illness
in the home. Dating, courtship and marriage
are other subjects which are included in this
BADMINTON . . .
The net goes up and the
bird starts flying. Although
the whole class does not
have a chance to play, this
is a favorite sport for many.
PYRAMIDS . . .
Squash! - and a perfect
pyramid is but a heap of
laughing or perhaps groan-
ing girls. The acrobatic
abilities of many of the girls
are brought out in the head-
stands, handstands and
back-bends they do.
. . . 6lRl5' SPORTS'
VOLLEYBALL . . .
During the first cold days
in autumn, volleyball is
played in the girls' gym
classes. Classes divide into
teams and a series of elim-
ination contests are held.
CALISTHENICS . . .
For the most part calisthen-
ics in girls' gym gives the
girls a chance to test their
exercise agility and slim
those hips. Rhythm and co-
ordination are developed by
The most important
job of lhe vbeer-
lezulers is Io produce
energy in the slu-
:leul body in llae
form of sfbool spir-
il. Under lbe dir-
eriion of M i 5 5
Ofleerlafzzler they also
had charge of plau-
uiug pep assemblies.
Performers ln ight Mvmeflff
1. W'lJat a :ray to sfratflf
a bark. 1
fl 2. Need we .ray more.
3 One nay to get to beaz en
-I Bark agam to lNzm
5 Slam kedl
f Hold that pane'
7 Tau le 5 getting ahead
zn our annual.
8. PLP Publzf Leanzng Poxt.
J. Tu 0 saddles for the faralry.
12. Tbix is a gentleman?
15. Billy me Kid!
I0 Sherbert bad a rough nzgbt
Il. It must have been some-
thing Jlae ate
Troopers 00 Me lor. . .
1. Now. 1mw,Billie, d011'f point.
2. The virions eirfle!
3. Sophomores gtuffuzg the
-I. Umhoefer and 'I mule-
3. Gab sexximz.
6. The male uni-fmz.
7. OPEN 'IHE DOOR!
8. Thzs IS the end!
9. That Gorzvztz gets into
IU. Stop - that tirklesf
12. They re rehearxnzg.
14. Otto and Otto display
AdV6ffl:S'I'0g Directory for 1953 . . .
American Refrigeration Co.
Badger Garage .................. ,...
Baerenwald's I.G.A. Food Market . . .
Baumann Hardware Co. ......... ,
Benson Optical Co. ............ .
Bissell Insurance Agency .
Central Cafe .....................
Central Plumbing and Heating Co.
Citizen's State Bank ...............
Cloverbelt Cooperative Services
Community Bake Shop, Inc. .
Culligan Soft Water .........
Dale Industrial Co. . . . . . . .
Desk Supply Co.
Dopke Electric ..... .....
Egdahls Ice 6: Fuel .......,..
Eldredge Camera Shop, Inc. ..
Electrical Contracting Co. ..
Emmons Stationery Co.
Employer's Mutual .....
Fair Store ....................
Fashion Store ................
First American State Bank ....
Franklin Savings and Loan Ass'n. ..
French Slipper Shop ..........
General Telephone Company of Wisconsin . ..
Genrich and Terwilliget ......
Theatre ..... .
Hardware ........ ,. . . .
Green 's Dress Shop .........
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Fuel Co. ...,........ .
M. Libman Co. ..
Heineman Bros. ..... .
Furniture Co. ..
1-lellhake Printing Co. .....
Helling 8: Graff ..............
Hennig - Parlser Music Co.
Hollywood Theatre .........
Furniture Co. . . . . . . .
Inter-City Market ..
Baking Co. .. ., .
Kennedy's Superette . . . . . .
Kresge's .......,...... . .
Kickbush Grocery Co.
Kryshak's Jewelry ....., . .
Lakeside Roller Rink ..
Land O' Lakes ...........
Langsdorf's Meat Market
Laone Smartwear .....,.
La Paul's Furs .......,
Larson's Cleaners ....
Larry's Shoe Repair ..
Leaps' Greenhouse ..
Linpark's Clothes ..
Lohmar jewelers ..
Lund Floral Co. .
Manecke jewelers .... .......
Manson Agency ..,... . . .
Marathon Corporation . .
Marathon Press , ...... .
Marathon Travel Agency
Marmei Corporation ,....
Marver Clothes Shop
Marvin Beauty Shop ..
Meadow Rich Dairy, Inc. ..
Miller's Super Market .........,,,,,,
Milwaukee Cheese Co. .,........ .
Minnesota Mining 84 Mfg. Company , ,.
Mint Cafe ............
Mirman's Furniture ....
Modern Shoe Store ....
Mortenson Lumber Co.
Mueller's jewelers ,....
Nickle Hardware Supply Co.
Nigbor's Furs ................
Northern Mattress Co. .......... .
Northland Sporting Goods Co. ..
North Side Bakery .....,...,
North Side Bottling Works ..
North Side Drugs ..........,
Northwestern Cleaners ..........
Opperman Insurance Agency, Inc.
Orwant jewelers ...,.,.,.....,...
Palace Clothiers, Inc. . . .. . , . .
Penney's Store ......... . .
Perske Drugs ........,
Petran jewelers ...,.....
Philipp's Flower Shop . . .
Pilot Printing Co. .,.. .
Ploss Drug Company . . . . . ,
Porath Shoes ......... ......
Radandt Furniture Co. . .... ..
Radandt Grocery ...... ....
Roe's Seed 8: Pet Shop
Rog St Ken's Parts Shop .......
Sears, Roebuck and Company
Seim Brothers .... ..........,....... . .
Seipp's Super Service ......
Service Glass and Paint Co. ......... .
Shepherd Bt Schaller Sporting Good ,
Singer Sewing Machine Co. ............. .
Sxppl Bros. ............................. .
Skogmo Store ..........................
Smith, Olsoneski, Puchner, 8: Tinkham ..
Sneider's Creamery .....,...............
South Side Drug Store ..,..............
Stueber Dairy ......... ....,,
Toburens ........ ......
Towle Studio .... ....
29 Super Market ..
Voeltzke's Paint Store .. ..... ..
Vogue Dress Shop ..... .......
Wausau Auto Dealers ..,......
Wausau Daily Record-Herald ..
Wausau Floral Co. ........ .
Wausau Gas Co. ........ .
Wausau Ice and Fuel Co. . ,.... .
Wausau Implement Co. ............ .
Wausau Laundry St Cleaners Co. . ..
Wausau Oil Co. ................. .
Wausau Paper Mills, Co. ........... .
Wausau Plumbing 8: Heating Co. ..
Wausau Tent 8: Awning Co. ...... .
Wausau Theatre .................,
West Hill Floral .............
Weydt's Drug Store ....,.....
Wiechmann Hardware Company
Wis. Auto Supply .............
Wisconsin Public Service .,..,.
Wisconsin Vallev Trust Co. ..
Wrights Music Store ..........
Zimmers Paint Store ... ....
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Our deepest thanks to the business
people of Wausau whose fine co-operation
has made this yearbook possible. We are
also grateful to Mr. John Dzubay, busi-
ness adviser, who was ably assisted by
Sally Slagoski and Johanna Rothenberger,
assistant business managers, and the fol-
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H.8KM. SOUTH SIDE
LIBMAN COMPANY DRUG STORE
313 PLUMBER STREET R. w. Hertz, R.Ph.- Proprieto
TELEPHONE 5638 1806 Grand Avenue, Wausau, wisconsin
Texaco Petroleum Products
S U P P L Y C O.
Dealers in General Hardware, Building
Materials, Paints, Oils, Appliances, Etc.
Office and Warehouse
West End of Washington and Scott Sts.
WAUSAU - - - WISCONSIN
Ralph Natarus, Prop.
Dealer in All Kinds of
FRESH AND SALT MEATS
North Third Avenue, Wausau, Wiscons
Fashions in Flowers
By Marien and Mel
WEST HILL FLORAL
MORTENSON LUMBER CO.
"Wausau's Oldest Supplier of Building Materials"
Phone 5067 and 3036 . . . Wausau, Wisconsin
Broadcasting Economy Facts
Quality Paint, Fine Wallpaper Perlneyls
and Expert Workmanship
...ORWNC ,U Wausau
I 120 .scorrsz '
403 Fourth Street . . Wausau, Wisconsin
Fred W. Genrich, Jr.
Herbert L. Terwilliger
Emil A. Wakeen
Walter H. Piehler
Neil M. Conway
"Us Moderns Sez"
SPORTING GOODS CO
caunzrz srnnrs aurrlrruu
POPULAR PRIC E 5
PRINTING AND DIRECT ADVERTISING
. HELLHAKE PRINTING
C 0 M P A N Y
To The Class of I953 Gfeg H- Hellhake
Third at Jefferson Wausau, Wiscons
I: CONGRATULATIONS TO THE CLASS
O OF I953
The finest flowers
for all occasions
. . 525 3RD STREET - PHONE 88152
Kelvinator Refrigerators 8. Ranges
A M E R I C A N Bob Philipp. . . Leu Philipp
REFRIGERATION CO. Pfops-
706 Third Street Wausau, Wisconsi
Minnesota Mining 81 Mfg. Company
1 1 Z I 1 I
Your Show Place in Central Wisconsin
PLOSS DRUG COMPANY
The Prescription Druggists
512 Third Street Wausau, Wisconsin
Next to the
First American State Bank
On 3rd Street
Owner - Russell P t
Only System in America Which Returns the Eorni g
To The Customer on a Purchase Basis.
Phone 4226 or 5992
Lamps . . Shades . . Fixtures
614 Third Street Telephone 3340
Compllmenlsof WAUSAU IMPLEMENT
PORATH SHOES COMPANY
520 Third Street H. R. Rakow
Featuring John Deere Farm Machines
-Friendly sports De Laval Milkers
-Friendly Teens Jamesway Barn Equipment and Gehl Silo Fill
-The Famous Hf1friS lwfef WAUSAU, WISCONSIN
I C E C R EA M
At The Fountain At Your Parties At Your Home
It was fun ancI a pIeasure
to work with you on
Jim and Betty Towle
S H O P, I N C.
216 Scott St. - Wausau, Wisconsin HOUSEWARES - APPLIANCES
"THE COMPLETE 119-123 WASHINGTON STREET
PHOTOGRAPHIC STORE" WAUSAU, WIS.
Your Home for pw Htl?
HH Hart, Schaftner and Marx fdm
C I. O T H E S
Opposite The Court House
Gas . . .Oil
1502 Grand Avenue
Men and Boys
DRESS AND WORK SHOES
2207 No. 6th St.
Congratulations To The Class of "1953"
H lk I
The Old Reliable Furniture House
319 Fourth Street
Congratulations To The Class of 1953
TO THE CLASS or 1953 ewefd
L A K E S I D E
ICE CREAM - BUTTER - BRICK
R O L L E R R I N K
AND COTTAGE CHEESE
Lemke Milk Products, 525 Fifth Ave. So
M I L L E R ' S
S U P E R M A R K E T
MEATS - GROCERIES - PRODUCE
LOCKERS FOR RENT
J. C. Miller 81 Son
Phone 5856 - 214 Third Street
Buy All Popular Records
HITS - CLASSICS - JAZZ
NEW MUSIC SHOP
Thousands of Records - All Types
COMPLIMENTS OF THE
FOX WAUSAU THEATRE
T H E P I L O T
Printing and Publishing Company
OFFICE SUPPLIES - STATIONERY
712 Third Street Wausau, Wisconsin
HELLING s. GROEE
.K A ' t ,... . ..... ...... - --
Gooo CLOTHES as
ii ii 'E LA'u""'.I.'.
Headquarters for 15,1-niinszil fgi
VARSITY TOWN CLOTHES I '
524 Third Street Wausau, Wisconsin
Best Wishes To
The Senior High
Class of 1953
Sponsors of Hi-Y
Spend Your Leisure
Time at The
Wausau Young Men's Christian Assn.
I.G.A. FOOD MARKET
A. R. Baerenwald, Prop.
GROCERIES, FRUITS AND MEAT PRODUCTS
1109 Sixth Street, Wausau, Wisconsi
Congratulations To The Class of 1953
JACK IE.G.I RADANDT
onocenlss AND MEATS
71 1 Prospect Avenue Phone 4813
When you think of Drugs Congratulations
Try PERSKE DRUGS First
301 Third St. Phone 21115
E. J. Perske
CONGRATULATIONS AND BEST WISHES
TO THE CLASS OF 1953
Member of the
Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation
Class of 1953
508-U2 First Street
TO THE CLASS OF 1953
Wausau's Bowling Center
See Our Jewelry Display-
DIAMONDS - LOCKETS - CROSSES
PEARLS - WATCHES - WEDDING RINGS THE
BRACELETS - CLOCKS H O L L Y W O O D
L O H M A R : Jewelers AND
IN THE TRUST CO. BLDG. - UPSTAIRS H W Y ' 2 9 D R I V E - I N
Just 17 Steps Expert Watch Repair T H E A T R E S
Byron F. Lohmar Joseph B. Lohmar
THE MODERN WAY
FOR COOKING, WATER HEATING,
REFRIGERATION AND HOUSE HEATING
Naturally It's Gas
Wausau Gas Co., Div.,
Wisconsin Fuel 8. Light Co. 319 JACKSON ST.
CONGRATULATIONS TO THE CLASS
OF 1953 FROM
501 3rd St.
A TRAVEL AGENCY WORKS LIKE THIS
Tour Co's, resorts and transportation co's.
pay us commissions for business we book. The
rate is the same to you. There is no charge
for our service.
A. c. LANGLOIS
MARATHON TRAVEL AGENCY
4165 Third St. - Wausau, Wis.
Opp. Courthouse Over Seim Bros.
THESE GRADUATES . . . of the 1952-1953 Class of Wausau
High School - and hundreds of other recent graduates
of high schools throughout the country - have found
career opportunities with the Employers Mutual insurance
companies. We will be glad to discuss the insurance field
with you, whether you are seeking employment or plan
to take additional training.
RESIDENTIAL, INDUSTRIAL AND
I I I Clinton Street
TO THE CLASS OF 1953
coNoRAruLArloNs CLASS or 1953
N O R T H S I D E
WAUSAU TENT AND BAKERY
A W N I N G C O. "Quality Home Made Products"
524 Scott St., Wausau, Wiscons'n PHONE 6190
PHONE 5374 1506 3rd Street Wausau, Wisconsin
TQ THE CLASS QF 1953 FROM Congratulations To The Class of 1953
S E I D L E R S
2 N. Third Avenue Wausau, Wiscon
M I R M A N ' S
Cor. 2nd and Washington, Wausau, Wis.
CLASS OF i953
WAUSAU z 1 wiscoNslN
SERVICE GLASS AND
A Pratt 8K Lambert Paint
A Plate Glass
A Auto Glass
A Glass Block
A Furniture Tops
409 So. 3rd Avenue PHONE 4889
First Avenue and Clinton Street
TIRES - BATTERIES - ACCESSORIES
Congratulations To The Class of "l953"
"Quality Bakery Products"
WAUSAU PAPER MILLS CO.
Artisans of Fine Papers
General Offices and Mills
Executive Sales Offices
Ill W. Washington Street, Chicago 2, Illinois
Smith, Okoneski, Puchner, Tinkham
. . . . . I
Thorp Flnance BuIIdIng Wausau, WISCONSIN
"FIRST FOR THIRST SINCE 1900" G R E E N , S H A R D W A R E
I NORTH SIDE BOTTLING d I
w o R K s an I
So,,,,,,,,ks GREEN's INSURANCE
I Tavern Supplies A G E N C Y I
PHONE 5354 904 Grand Ave., Schofield Phone 92663
1504 3rd Street - Wausau, Wiscon I
I coMPuMENTs or
WAUSAU ICE AND I
F U E L C O M P A N Y -
.Beane SMARTWEAR PHONE ml I
I . 315 Jefferson Street, Wausau, Wisconsin
"Distinctive FasI1Ions" I
, -sEsT WISHES TO THE CLASS or 1953- I
4' COMPLIMENTS OF
we N0 FRANKLIN SAVINGS
-N09 AND LOAN ASTN
329 Fourth Street Wausau, Wiscons
' Congratulations to The
. 0 N CLASS or "ss"
thang. Home FURNITURE
I08 Scott Street Wausau, Wiscons
Phone 4766 408 Jackson Street Wausau, Wis.
Have Us Clean Your Clothes and
Enioy Our Prompt Delivery Service
Phone 3456 - 303 So. 2nd Avenue - Wausau, Wisconsin
522 Third Street
The Class Ring Store
3rd and Washington Sts.
Your Favorite Shopping Center
Now and Twenty
407 Scott Street
Good Luck . . . Good Health . . . God Bless You
Congratulations Class of 1953
643 So. 3rd Avenue
CONGRATULATIONS CLASS OF 1953
HI HAT? NO!
HI PRICE? NO!
HI QUALITY GEMS AND JEWELRY?
VAL KRYSHAK - Jewelers
"Quality Jewelry Priced Right"
310 3rd Street K Second Floor
THE FRIENDLY sToRE
D I M E S T O R E
320 THIRD smear
IT PAYS TO PLAY
Sflepbera' 5- Scfmller
Sporting Goods, Inc.
212 Scott Street
Complete Printing Service
Letterpress . . . Lithography
Artwork . . . Duplicating . . . Direct Mail
200 Park Avenue
Wausau Laundry 8g
216 Forest Street
Opposite City Hall
Serving Wausau's Cleaning
Needs For Over 50 Years
OPEN DAILY INCLUDING
SUNDAYS AND HOLIDAYS
Ready To Serve You
d Scott St. Phone 4487
L A P A U L
COAL - CHARCOAL
WOOD - DOWFLAKE
ALL SHELL OIL
BUILDING MATERIALS - Phone 95253
WAREHOUSES IN scHoFlELD
A NATIONALLY KNOWN PRODUCT AND
A NATIONALLY KNOWN TRADEMARK . . .
The nationally distributed household waxed
paper roll, is representative ofthe wide line
of papers and packages manufactured for
food preservation, handling and packaging
ROTHSCHILD - WAUSAU MENOMINEE MARATHON
MENASHA - ASHLAND MICHIGAN ONTARIO
OSWEGO, NEW YORK
Cheap Furniture is EXPENSIVE and an
Extravagance, When Quality Merchan-
dise Can Be Bought For So Little at...
RADANDT FURNITURE CO.
Central Wisconsin's Largest Exclusive Home Furnishers
Good Luck To The Class of 1953
305 Third Street E M M O N S
A Style For Style Minded Women
STYLED RIGHT PRICED RIGHT
STATIONERY AND OFFICE
D A L E
INDUSTRIAL coMPANY 528 h"d Shea'
Tl h 4666
Equipment and Supplies eep one
211 First Street - Telephone 5985 Wausau - - Wlsconsln
i S A V E
I Everyday Low Prices
I Retail Store
211 Washington Street
The SKOGMO Store
CLOTHES FOR MOTHER, FATHER, SISTER,
BROTHER AND BABY TOO
Wausau's Largest Men's and Boys'
Clothing and Furnishing Store
WEST SIDE : : PHONE 3234
AND HEATING CO.
LET us DO YOUR womc
MILWAUKEE CHEESE CO
I000 Townline Road
I "We Serve You Best"
STOKOL COAL STOKER DISTRIBUTORS OF
Petro Oil Burners - Air Conditioning .
Domesnc Wwe, Sygems Famous Milwaukee Brand
DIAL 4153 CREAM CHEESE
'I04 Scott Street Wausau, Wisconsin
VOELTZKE'S PAINT STORE
WINDOW GLASS - FINE MIRRORS
WALL PAPER AND PAINTS
I PHONE 6143
1 17 Washington Street
YOUR DOLLAR BUYS MORE
I Compliments of at !
I DESK SUPPLY COMPANY GREBE'S
Your Marshall-Wells Store I
516 Scott Street
703-707 N. 3rd Avenue
Wausau, Wis. Phones: 2-I393-3325 I
Make VAN I TY Your " B UY " word
for Better Foods
I A. KICKBUSCH GROCERY CO. I
- since 1860 '
I Famous for Performance
RCA-Victor - Magnavox - Philco - Admiral O R W A N T ' ' ' J E W E L E R S
I Complete Tower and Antenna Installation
by Factory Trained Experts UA Treasure HOUS - H
e of Gifts
I Table Model Consoles and Combinations
in Stock for Immediate Delivery. . WAUSAU I I I WISCONSIN
WRlGHT'S MUSIC STORE
47 Years ln Business
Sheila Drehmel, Lenore Kreitz
Few people realize that compiling the
index for the Wahiscan is as big a job as
drawing up nearly any of the other sec-
tions. lt was a long and arduous task, but
the burden of our work was made con-
siderably lighter by all of the "characters"
After twenty-one minutes of counting
and recounting, we finally established this
fact: there are exactly 1704 names in the
1953 Wahiscan! The name that appears
most is Krueger with a total of nineteen
times. Smith runs a poor second with ten,
and Goetsch and Schroeder are tied for
third with nine.
The privileged persons who, we feel,
have the hardest names to pronounce are
Golembiewski, Paszkiewicz, Mecikalski,
We hope you will forgive us for any
errors concerning your name. We can as-
Abel, Fred 21. 89, 92
Abitz, Helen 21
Abitz, Virginia 65, 82
Abrams, Allen 9
Accola, Joanne 20,21,48,50,72,75,77,82,84,
Adamski, Lorraine 65
Adamski, Marcella 65
Achenreiner, Nancy 55,84
Achrerberg, LeRoy Z1
Adams, Shirley 46
Adank, Allan 120,124
Ahrensdorf, Arnold 55
Akey, Allen 7,21,22,35,48.50,82.86,92.96.97
Albee, Emerson 55
Albee, James 21,103
Albrecht, Marilyn 55,86,102
Albrecht. Robert 21
Aldrich, Yvonne 55,84,102
Aldridge, Shirley 65
Allard, David 51,55.74,78,87,97,109,110,
Allen, Carmen 21
Allman, Harlan 58,133,123
Almen, Ruth 55,76,80,82,88,l34
Alwin, Jeannine 21,81,93,115
Anderson, John 21,81,83
Anderson, Mary 11,66
Anderson, Mary Nell Z1,82,103
Anderson, Terrance 17,55,98,l02,103,123
Andrae, Raymond 68
Andreshak, Michael 21
Anklam, David 55,85
Antell, Karen 21
Antell. Daniel 56
Aschbrenner. Marlene 7,17.18.55,88,103
Aschebrook, Phyllis 55.84.85
Ash, James 21,80,85
Augustyn, Leonard 60
Babcock, Barbara 65,88
Babl, Jean 21,18.104.22.168.l06
Babl, Sally 52.82
Bahleda, Dixie 55,82
sure you that they were unintentional.
Bahr, Janice 55,84
Ballschmieder, Kenneth 55
Balz, Beverly 60,82
Baneck, Walter 65
Bannerman, G. W. 9,17
Bartel, Verlyne 65
Barrels, Lois 55,76,85,88,l34
Barthels, Sharon 55,76,85,88,134
Barwick, Frances 65
Barwick, Phyllis 55,82
Barwick, William 17,21,79,102
Bauer, Joyce 65,85
Bauer, Peter 65,83
Bauman, Ann 65,82,88,90
Baumann. Delwaine 83
Baumann, Donna 21
Baumann, Gerald 55,123,125,127
Baumann, Patricia 55,84,92,103
Baumgardt, Jerome 67,86
Beam, Ralph 55
Beaumont, Robert 9
Becher, Nancy 55,70,82
Beck, Gerald 18,65,82,124
Beck, Jerome 21,83
Becker, Arthur 21
Becker, Franklin 55,85
Becker, Lydia 11,14
Beckwith, Evon 7,22,34,50.75,81,88,96
Bednorski, Ernest 55
Bednorski, Julianne 22,85
Beese, Donald 60,79
Beqolke, Loretta 18,22,88,106
Behnke. Dolores 65
Beilke, David 65
Beilke, Dolores 54,82
Beilke, Myrna Lou 55,103
Beitinger, Gloria 55,84
Bellas, Harold 11,16
Benaszeski. Leo 52.83
Bender, Dorothy 22,84,88
Bennett, Carl 18,2Z,34,83,91,109
Bennett, Gloria 65,82,88,102
Bentley Mildred 65
Berard, Charleen l8,52,70,82
Berard, Charles 52,69,86
Lenore Kreitz and Sheila Drehmel
Berard, William 65,78,82
Berg, Ben 11,16
Berg, Gerald 65
Berg, Nancy 22,83,88
Bergmann, Ray 66
Berna, James 60,86
Berry, Phillip 49
Bertolone, athleen l1,14,l6,64
Besant, Lloyd 11,l6,96,97
Bessert, George 65
Bessey, William 18,65
Bethke, Bernard 55
Bethke, Lois 22,85,88,91
Betka, Patricia 57
Beyer, Shirley 65
Bierbrauer, Lois 65,82,88,90,132
Bigsby, Philip 65
Bigthunder, lfred 79, 113
Bigus, Marigene 65
Birr, Donald 55,83
Bisping, Roger 55,83
Bissell, Mar Lee 22,34,87
Bjorklund, Jane 11,16,78
Black, Ann ZZ,48,50,72,75,76,7S,96,134
Blair, Richard 60
Blaskowski, Mary Jane 65
Bliese, Ann 60,82,88,98,106
Bliese, Ralph 57,83
Bliese, Virginia 65
Bloch, David 63
Bloch, Dorothy 63
Bloom, Phyllis 57
Boehm, Russell 18.57,86
Boerke, Shirley 56,82,103
Boettcher, E. H. 5,10,16,17.95
Boettcher, Frank 9
Boettcher, Janice 63,77,82,88,91
Bohl, Bonnie 63,88
Boldon, Louise 66
Boneck, Barbara 57,84
Boneck, Charlotte 57
Boneck, Norman 57
Bonkoski, Loretta 63
Bonvincin, Elda 11,l6,59,120
Bopf, Beverly 63
Bopf, William 22,48,91,l02,l03
Borchardt, Carol 63,85
Borchardt, Donald 22,90
Borchardt, Mrs. Ruth 15
Borkenhagen, Bermta 22,841,130
Borkenhagen, Jean 22
Borski, Arlene 57,90
Borski, Rose Marie 57,82
Boruch, Sondra 57,84,90
Botsford, Milton 1l,57,109,l13,1l6,1l8
Bousley, Richard 57,83
Braaten, Kaisa 49
Bradberg, Richard 60.97
Bradfish, Florian 22
Bradford, Marilyn 63,82
Bradley, Mary Lee 18,63,82,88,91
Bradley, Sue 22,48,88
Bramer, Bernitta 63
Bramer, Maralyn 22,130
Brand, gohn 63,81,124,l31
Branden erg, Peggy 18,63,82
Brandenburg, Gary 63
Brandenburg, Marlys 63
Brandt, Darlene 22
Brandt, Rawla l1,l4,53
Braun, F. . 9
Braun, Kathleen 22,35,88,106
Brechler, Frederic 22,35,50,74,77,80,87.96,97
nrediow, Eugene 57
Brennan, Margaret 63,82
Brick, Claire 22,88,94,96
Britten, Arvo 63,113,118
Brockmeyer, Win 11,16,109,112,116
Brodjneski, Georgianna 57,82
Bronsteatter, Melvin 63
Brown, Marlene 63,88
Brown, Nancy 63,82,88
Bruehling, Neal 63,81,83
Bruess, Nancy 23
Brummond, Robert 23,57
Brunell, Dorothy 23,76,77,81,88
Brunell, Jacqueline 65,82
Brushert, Charles 23
Brzezinski, Phyllis 57
Brzezinski, Stanley 23,81,85
Buchber er, George 23,123
Builer, iames 57,179
Burchardt, Erland 23,66,82,1Z3
Buntrock, John 66
Burek, Leona 23
Burek, Tom 66,113
Burger, Sharon 18,23
Burns, Kenneth 23,89
Burton, Raymond 11
Busch, Patrick 23,90
Bush, Gordon 57,113,124
Buska, Robert 57,109,111
Buska, Roland 66,127
Busko, Carol 57,78,88
Butler, Delores 23
Buttke, Lou Ann 23,84
Butzloff, Carole 66,102
Bychinski, Janice 18,57,84
Callahan, Jean 57,80,82
Cameron, Ethel Ann 49
Campbell, Kenneth 18,66,68,75,78
Campion, Kathleen 23,88,96
Carey, Alice 23
Carey, Johanna Z3
Carlson, Bruce 57,81
Carlson, Thomas 23,109,110,1l1
Carpenter, Gayle 66,102
Carr, Florence 11,66
Carswell, Michael 23,73,81,89
Case, William 23,74,120
Cater, Darrell 57
Champine, James 56,79,120,l25
Champine, Shirley 66
Check, Louie 23
Chellberg, Eugene 57
Cherek, Eugene 24,81,83
Christensen, Nancie 5l,60,78,80,88,97
Christian, Thomas Z4
Christianson, Gerald 24,82,123,127
Christianson, Sue 24,81,83
Clairmore, Esther 24,82,84,88,106
Clark, Delores 66,102
Coel, Dolores 57,82
Coel, Yvonne 66
Cooper, Margaret 24
Corazalla, Maxie 57
Corda, James 57,113,120
Corrigan, George 24,81,86
Cora, Kurt 66
Cote, Allan 24,89,90
Cramer, Maureen 66,232,126
Cranfill, Bob 49
Croymans, Carol l8,62,66,82,88,91,98
Croymans, Richard 24,82
Crumbley, Mary 49
Czech, Marjorie 66
Czech, Marlene 24
Dabtoski, Eugene 24
Dailey, Jean 66
Dale, Louise 11,14,130
Dalske, Alfred 46,83,125
Dalske, Rose Marie 18,24,83
Dalum, Robert 58,113
Damrow, Sheldon 125
Froemming, Barbara 63
Fromm, John 26,82
Frosrman, Shirley 57,85
Fulmer, Burton 9
Funk, Jerry 26,77,78,80,85
Fussell, Keith 66
Fust, Ramona 63,85
Darnick, Phillip 52
Deffner, Norman 52,83
Degner, Elmer 58,83
Degner, Lavern 66,106,125
DeLis1e, Barbara 18,24,34,48,88,96
Delonay, Corrine 52
Dembrack, Shirley 66
Denfeld, David 24,83,125
Desnoyers, Jack 46,50,93,108,109,110,111,
Detert, Aaron 52,122
Detert, Edward 66
Detert, John 66
Detert, Ronald 7,24,34,50,75,82
Detginger, Carol 52,76,8O,82,88,91,97,99,134,
Deutch, Evelyn 18,24,35,72,76,88,106,134
Dickenson, Lloyd 60
Dietzler, William 66,81
Dike, Lawrence 11
Dippmann, Marlene 66,82
Disbrow, Sharon 66,68,75,78,81,82,88,97,102
Dodge, Lois 66,77,88,102
Doede, Carol 24,35,77,80,106,134
Doede, Donald 24,83
Doede, Richard 52,69,86,149
Dolloff, Joan 25
Donnelly, William 25,35,80,85,91
Dorvinen, Harry 18,60
Draeger, Harold 66,113,11-4,123,125
Drake, Gary 54,113
Drehmel, Sheila 7,25,50,75,76,84,91,134.168
Drews, Dennis 52
Drews, Glorian 66
Drews, Ronald 60
Druliner, Mary 11,103
Drumm, David 52,69,123
Dudley, Mrs. R. J. 9
DuFour, Roger 25
Dumdei, Thomas 52,69,70,l23
Dumonte, Rae Ann 25,80,82,88,90,127
Dunbar, Jerry Z5
Dunst, Donald 25
Dutrisac, Diane 61,81,82
Duwe, Gerald 66,81
Dzubay, Dale 48,51,52,74,86,89,100,101,102
Dzubay, John 11,16,65,76,134
Edelburg, Lois 63
Edstrom, Carole 63,68,8Z,88
Edwards, Carol Lee 52,75,77,88,90,95,97,99
Edwards, Dianne 63
Edwards, Duane 5Z,75,77,85,86,122
Edwards, Jane 25,34,88
Effa, Lois 63,88
Egdahl, Lawrence 63,86,l20,132
Eggebrecht. Marlene 63,76,9l,l34
Eggert, Yvonne 25,85
Ehlert, Elaine 52,103
Elbe, Jack 18,63
Elbe, Robert 25
Ellingson, Lulu 52,81,82,88
Emerich, Judith 63,68,92,102
Emerich, Terrill 58 ,82
Engebrecht, Margie 25,84
Engman, William 63
Epding, Ardythe 18,63,88,102
Erdman, Beverly 52,81,88
Erdman, Ja 52,86
Ermeling, dyde 63
Ermeling, Gertrude 25
Ernst, Eugene 58
Erwin, Patricia 18,25,50,88,91,96,130
Esker, Alice 25,85
Evans, Jack 25,81,87,89,90,91,121
Evenson, Kirk 25,83,89
Ewert, Robert 52
Falk, Jo ce 52,84
Falk, Laxlerne 53
Feck, Mavis 25,84,91
Fehlhaber, Delores 63,102
Fehlhaber, Roger 48,62,63,68,82,109,113,118
Feiler, Carol 11,16,75
Felten, Fayette 63,85
Felton, Ronald 52,86,122
Fenn, Joal 52,85
Fenhaus, Fred 25
Fisher, Geraldine 63
Fistler, Barbara 25,88
Fitzke, Bernice 63
Flees, Delores 52,82
Fletcher, Gordon 63,83
Fletcher, Irving 60,125
Fliehs, Florence 25,88
Florine, Joyce 102
Fochs, Eugene 26,83
France, Tom 62,63,68,8l,82,89,91,102,l13,
Frank, Joyce 57,77,90
Freiberg, Joanne 26,50,75,77,83,88
Gaetzman, Betty 57,91,103,132
Gabrilska, Allan 11,59,125,126
Gajewski, Ann 57,84
Gajewski, Patricia 57
Gardener, Helen 57,84,103
Garriker, Harry 63,86
Gaulke, Alice 57
Gehring, David 26,103
Geier, Kathleen 26
Geier, Peter 63
Geiger, Joan 57,84
Geist, Marie 11,14,16,56,78
Genrich, Carol 63,82
Genrich, Joan 26,85
Genrich, Patricia 63,8l,85
Genrich, Peter 51,57,74,75,77,78,80
Gensman, Norrene 57,80,88,91,103
Genz, Mary 66,85
Geske, Barbara 57,82,88
Geske, Bonnie 26
Geske, Nancy 26,90
Gibson. Twylia 66,82.88
Gilbertson, Russell 57,82
Gillespie, Charles 49
Gisselman, David 57.86
Gisselman, Gerald 66,113,114,118,120
Gjetson, Mathew 12,51,65
Glinecki, Theodore 66
Goeden, Genrose 26,103
Goetsch, Carolyn 66,78,82,88
Goetsch, Dale 57,90
Goetsch, Duane 57
Goetsch, Jerry 26,83
Goetsch, Joy 26
Goetsch, Kenneth 26,8l,83
Goetsch, Lee Ann 57,84
Goetsch, LeRoy 26
Goetsch, Ronald 66,85,109,120,131
Goetsch, Wayne 16,66
Gohdes, Richard 26,81
Golembiewski, Lorraine 56,533,102
Gollubske, Margaret 65
Goodin, Roger 57,109,11I,116,117,122
Goodwin, Patricia 18,62,66,82,91
Gorwitz, Roger 57,80,113,132
Gossage, Wayne 57,80,120
Goytowski, Janet 84
Graefe, Dan 26
Graefe, Judith 57
Graminske, Glenn 26,126
Grande, John 66
Graunke, George 57,124,131
Graveen, Carol 26,85
Graveen, DuWayne 66
Gravitter, Gail 27,48,77,81,87,88
Green, Rita 66.83
Green, Robert 66,81
Gregory, Dennis 66,79,82,103
Gremler, Charmaine 27,88,90
Grevenow, Marjorie 27,35,70,88
Grevenow, Robert 20,27,74,80,91,93,105
Grill, K. R. N. 12,16
Grimm, Margaret 27,83
Gritzmacher, Delores 27,85
Gritzmacher, Fern 66,85
Grobe, Leroy 57,78,80,83
Grorelueschen, Lois 57,78,82,B8,97
Groth, David 27,81
Grothaus, Jack 17,18,57,74,78,109,1ll,131
Guenther, Anne 9
Gutowski, Joseph 55
Gwidt, James 57,83,123
Habeck. Nancy Lee 17,26,27,50,74,91,93
Hackbarth, Janice 57,84
Hackbarth, Phyllis 57,85
Hadley, Douglas 18,116,117,124
Haehlek, Arvid 57
Haehlke, Paul 27,83,90
Haemmerle, Roger 27
Haese, Eldrow 66
Haese, LaVonne 84
Hahn, Mary 27,103
Hahn, Ronald 27
Halkoski, Joan 27
Halminiak, Roger 27
Halsor. Josephine 12.14,64
Hamerla, David 57,81
Hammond, Roy 49
Hanna Frederick 66,86
Hannemann, Florence 27
Hannemann, Joyce 57,83
Hanson, Ben 18.i4.109,113,131
Hanson, JoAnn 27,66
Hanson, John 83,113,114,122
Hanson, John L. 54,81
Hanson, Norma 54,85
Hapke, John 66,127
Harder, John 64
Hamish, Gail 54,84
Harris, Linda 54
Harris, Shirley 27
Harrison, Thomas 27,50,72,74,81,86,102,106
Hart, David 49
Hartig, Shirley 54,84,103
Hartman, John 49
James, Patricia 65,68,82
Janikowski, Rodale 53,82
Janz, Patricia 53,84
Janz, Ronald 60,85,86,102
Jaskie, Jeanette 53
Jensen, David 18,29,81,83
Jensen, Louise 53.80.90
Jenson, Robert 65,85
Jenson, Wayne 60,80,86,90,126
Jester, James 29,83,89,125
Jester, Phyllis 53
Haskin, Richard 66,81,86
Hassenfus, Mary Ann 60
Hayes, Russell 54,83
Heck, Kenneth 66,80
Jirovec, Daniel 65
John, Vic 29,86,12Z,125
Johnas, Harvey 29,83,86,89
Johns, Arthur 65
Heidmann, Willis 27,50,108,109,110,l1l.
Heil, Geraldine 54
Heinz, Darwin 28,86
Heise, Dale 65,83
Heiser, Barbara 65
Heiser, Margaret 51,54.80,82,88
Heisler, Delores 54,85,90
Heller, Earlene 54.84.85
Heller, Ronald 54,120,123
Helling, David 54
Johnson, Clarence 29,85
Johnson, George 12,16
Johnson, Harry 12,14,121
Jolugfop, Roger 29,74,s9,9s,1o2,1o3,109,u1,
Johnson, Ronald 80,89
Johnson, William 29,123
Jojade, Joan 65
Jojade, Nancy 68
Jonen. James 53,81,82
Jones, Nancy 29,84,90
Jones, Rita 53,80,82.88,99
Henderson, Arthur 12,65
Henkelman, Esther 65,88
Henkelman. Janice 65
Henning, Selma 54,85
Herrmann, Alyce 65.82.102
Herrmann, Bette 54,69,80,88,131
Hett, James 7,28
Hetringa. James 28,34.86,90
Hilber, Joyce 60.84.102
Hilber, Robert 28,83,90.91
Hildebrandt, Nancy 54,84,88
Hildebrandt, Virgine 28
Hinner, Yvonne 65,85
Hintz, Amaryllis 65.86.88
Hintz, Lorraine 84,85
Hintz, William 54,90,113,1l4,120
Hintze, Sharon 54
Hinzmann, Elwood 28,83,86,127
Hirsch, James 54
Hlava, Jean 54,81
Hoefs. Benjamin 28
Hoefts, Bernard 54.86
Hoff, Donald 54,83
Hoff, Jerry 65,70,89,93,113,120.12-4.130
Hoffman, Betty 28,83
Hoffman, Gary 54
Hoffman, Phyllis 65
Hoffman, Richard 65
Hoffman, Robert 28
Hoffman, Wayne 60
Holczer, Gabor 54.80.85
Holmes, Janet 28,34,88,103
Holtz, Richard 65,113
Holzem, Barbara 28.54.103
Holzem, Roger 54
Holzschuh, Lois 28.84,88,l06
Hoppe, Barbara 54,80,82
Hoppe, Carol 54,84,85
Hoppe. Tom 65,82
Horak, Jack 18,65,82
Horgan, Suzanne 76,80,82,88,90,129,134
Horn, Carol 65,102,103
Horne. Richard 28
Hrobsky, Shirley 53
Hubbard, Nell 49
Hulbert, Virginia 12,67
Hundhausen, Arthur 53,81,82,89
Hunger, Sue 48,65,8Z
Huseby, David 28,50,95,98,102,103
Huttenburg. Annette 53
Jordon, Jeanne 53,84,88,91
Josiger, Kenneth 53.82
Juedes, Larry 68
Juedes, LeRoy 53
Doroth 53 84
Junker, y ,
Justeson, Beatrice 53,84
Kaiel, Virginia 12,55
Ka n, Constance 68
Kahn, Richard 68,120
Kalbes, Gary 53.82.123
Kamenick, Rudolph 29
Karpinske, Eugene 29,81
Kasmerchak, Shirley 68
Kasten, Arletta 68
Kasten, Luetta 29,85
Kasten, Rita 68
Kastenschmidt, Anette 68,82,88
Katczka, James 53
Kaufman, Autumn 28,80,83
Kazmier, Gregory 29,81,86,125
Keeler, Edmund 12
Keene. Barbara 48,60,91,99,129
Kell, Elmer 68,86
Kell, Joanne 30
Kelley, Sonya Sue 52,88,129
Kent, Russell 17,29,74,85,98, 102,103,109,110,
Kepling, Patricia 68,82
Kersten, Shirley 53,84
Kesee, Gerald 68,113,114,118
Kesee, Geraldine 68,82,88
Kessen, Arleen 29,80
Kettner, Donald 29
Kettner, Lois 30
Kiiek, Evelyn 18.30,50,76,83,91
King, Delores 30,84
Kischel, D. M. 9
Kiss, Mary 102
Kiss. William 54.75,78,93,122,131
Klade, Betty 68,88
Klade, Genevieve 68
Klatt, Nancy 68
Kleiber, Carol 53
Klein, Donald 56
Klein, Jacqueline 53,103
Kleinheinz, Eileen 53,84
Kleinschmidt. Wayne 53,81,123
Kleman, Kathleen 30,88
Klemm, Donald 30
Klimek, Barbara 30
Klimek, Ellen 59.82
Klimek, Robert 16.18,59,121,125
Klokow, Don 68,113
Knippel, Lawrence 68,86,91,103
Knorr, James 68,83
Kobak, Alice 30,84
Kobak, Ernest 68
Koehler, Douglas 62,68,81,82
Koehler, John 60
Koenig, Arden 68
Koeppl, Ruth 68,85,102
Kohn orst, Carol 59.81,92
Kohnhorst, Shirley 59,81
Kohnhorst, Wilbur 30
Kolbe, Charlotte 18,68,82
Kolbeck, Marian 30,84
Kolberg, Janice 52,88,129
Kolberg, Jerome 30
Kolokowski, Betty 59,90,9l
Kopp, Joyce 30
Kopp, Marilyn 63
Koppa, Janice 59,82
Koppa, Rita 30,103
Kopplin, Joanne 31,84
Kort, Carolyn 52,82
Kort, Roger 63
Koy, David 31,85
Koy, Donald 31.83.85
Kozlovsky, James 31,83
Kraimer, Elaine 59,84,85,106
Kraimer, Kenneth 31
Kraimer, Shirley 65
Krause, Annette 63,80,82,88
Krause, Caroline 52,84
Krause, Charles 31
Krause, Irene 31
Kreitz, Lenore 7,5l,59,75,78,82,8S,91,103
Kreutz, Daisy 59,80,84,88
Kroening, Beth 59,84,103
Kroening, Donna 31
Kroening, Sharon 63
Krolikowski, Cynthia 63
Kromrei, Lorraine 59,85
Kronbuegel, Betty 59
Kronenwetrer, James 31
Hylkema, Bernard 12
Imm, Vangie 28
Iversen, Robert 28
Jablonski, Patricia 53
Jablonski, Shirley 65
Mary Jane 29,84
Klos. Arnold 30,109.110,111,115,
Kloth, Ronald 68
Kluender, Patricia 59,84
Kluender, Virginia 30,83
Kluever, Barbara 59
Kluever, Frederick 30,109,123,127
Kluever, Roger 30,85,109
Klug, Audrey 59.84
Klug, Beverly 68,85
Klug, Carol Jean 30.84,91
Klug, Karen 68
Klumpyan, Joseph 59,83
Kmen, Neva 22.214.171.124.90,91
Kmen, Sharon 30,76,91,134
Kmiecik, Bernice 53
Knapp, Dennis 3035.85.86
Knapp, Geraldine 68
Knapp, Harriet 68,85
Knapp. Lewis 68,113.114,118,123
Knapp, Vietta 59.86,90,91
Knapp. Wayne 68
Knippel, Carol 30,103
Knippel, Joan 59,8432
Krueger, Ardelle 63,95
Krueger, Bonnie 63,90
Krueger, Dorothy 59,85,88,91
Krueger, Gilbert 31,48,81
Krueger, James 59,80,121,125
Krueger, James 63,83
Krueger, Jeanette 59.84
Krueger, Joan Rae 63
Krueger, Joann Vera 63
Krueger, Joyce 59.85
Krueger, Leila 63,88
Krueger, Lorraine 84
Krueger, Phyllis Eleanor 59
Krueger, Phyllis Ruth 31,88,103
Krueger, Lucille 63
Krueger, Walter 31,86
Krueger, Wilbur 31.80,86,89
Krueger, William 59
Krusko, Tom 59,8l,120,122
Kryshak, Thomas 31,83,86,122
Kucirek, Donald 31,85,90
Kuehl, Richard 60,89.90
Kuehlman, Raymond 85,120
Kufahl, Clifford 63,83
Kufahl, Gerald 31,86
Kuhlman, Edward 60
Kuhlman, Mrs. E. J. 9
Kuhnert, Robert 59,83
Kujawa, Ann 31
Kulas, Brian 63,85,86,113,116,11
Kulpinski, Mary Ann 59,84
Kumerow, Marilyn 63
Kurszewski, LeRoy 31,86
Kurszewski. Margaret 56.84
Kurth, Edwin 15
Kurth, Florence 63
Kurth, Lloyd 18,63,86,120,123
Kurth, Nancy 31
Kutil, Mary Lou
Laabs, Robert 56,86,97
Labedis, Margaret 63
Ladwig, Terry l8,63,86
LaFave, Arden 60
Lahr, Patricia 32
Lahr, Vernon 63
Lambert, William 56,75,78,86
Lambrecht, Bonnie 52,7o,ss,9o
Lambrecht, Bruce 63
LaMere, Lawrence 37
Landrum, JoBeth 49
Lane, Vernon 56,83
Lang, Kenneth 63
Langhoff, Carol 63,83
Langhoff, Kenneth 32,35
Langhoff, Myron 56,83
Langhoff, Phyllis 32,75,77,86
Laginske, Robert 56
La orte, Bernard 32
LaPorte, Lorraine 56,84
LaPorre, Robert 68
e, Marrianne 49
O'Brien, James 48,64,68,69,113,114,118
Michlig, Myron 56,l13,1 14,123
Laut, Barbara 85
Lee, Olaf 12,14,54
LeGault, Phyllis 32
LeGault, Shirley 53
Lehman, Jeanette 56,84
Leitermann, Layton 68
Leitermann, Lou Ann 56
Leitzke, William 32
Leland, Thomas 56,74,86,96
Lella, Joe 56,123
Lemke, Jean 56,84
Leonard, Shirley 56,82
LePine, Laurence 65
Lepinski, Carol 7,56,75,79,80,82,91,9
Lepinski, Joan 63,77,79,82,88,97
Lerch, Annalee 32,103
Levandoski, Lyle 32,236,125
Levandoski, William 32,34,122
Levin, Nancy 32,88
Lewandoski, Rita 56,84
Lewitzke, Carol 32,84
Lewitzke, William 56,120,123
Liebers, Arlene 64
Liebers, Herman 60
Lietz, Joan 32,82.95
Lilla, Jeanette 56,82
Lillge, Larry 64
Lillie, Gail 56,84
Little, Nancy 56,80,85,88
Litzer, Jo Ann 18,32,82,83,96
Litzer, Sharon 64,82,88
Loeffel, Donald 32,103
Londerville, Donald 60
Londerville, Lois 7,82,86
Long, Gordon 17,20,33,34,50,102
Lovrien, Carolyn 33,50,72,77,82,90,97
Lovrien, Clark 64,86,122
Lucas, Joseph 33
Lucas, Louise 18,56,84,131
Luebstorf, Lavern 67,80,85,l18
Luebstorf, Lucille 55
Lueck, Ruth 64
Luedtke, Diane 33.83,84
Luedtke, Howard 64
Luedtke, ,Iludith 64
Luedtke, ois 33,84,88
Luedtke, Rose Marie 56,84
Luedtke, Ruth 46.83,84
Luedtke, Shirley 64
Luetschwager, Frances 60,84
Luetschwager, Nancy 64
Lund, Peter 18,64,120
Lunt, Ernest 33
Lutttell. J. Bart 12,66
Lyon, Donald 64,103,113
Maas, Ronald 33
Machel, Jeanne 64,81
Macomber, Donald 56,83
Magrecke, Joan 64
Maier, Betty 33,86
Malak, Janet 64
Malone, John 33,83,86
Malueg, Allen 56,85
Malueg, Carol 56,76,88,90,103,134
Malueg, Carolyn 64,82
Markrof, Robert 56,70
Manecke, Wayne 64,86
Manser, Sylvia 56
Manson, Joanna 64,82,88
Marks, Peter 56,70,120
Marks, Thomas 64,122
Marquardt, Bonnie 64
Marquardt, Carol 33
Marquardt, Dale 33
Marquardt, Ervin 12,57,78
Marqgzardt, Karl 62,64,68,77,81,82,97
Mars , JoEllen 64,82,88,l02
Marson Arlene 33
Mammf John 113,114,109
Marx, Esther 33,82
Marx, Roberta 64
Mathwick, Donna 7,56,75,82,85,91,92,103,
Matter, David 64
Matteson, Dale 33,89
Mattice, Marvin 60
Matysik, Barbara 54
Matzke, Dean 64,85
Maurer, Claudia 64,81,88
Maxwell, William 12,14,123
McAleavy, Nancy 60,77,81,88,129
McArthur, Maureen 56,82
McBride, Patsy 49
McCabe, Clarence 56
McCallum, Sharon 18,56,76,99
McCandless, Betty 67,82
McCarthy, Patricia 18,48,64,88,102
Mccirthy, Sharon 56,76,77,88,90,92,103,l31,
McCormick, Colleen 33,34,88,91
McCror , William 33
Mcllumber, Alfred 56
McCutcheon, Phyllis 33,81
McDonald, Carole 56,90
McDonald, Constance 56,102
McDonald, Thomas 64,83,113,114,l22
McDonell, Eugene 12,104
McGinley, Margo 36,77
Mclnnis, Bonnie 49
McKeehan. Jerry 64,80
Means, Darrell 58
Mecikalski, Betty 56,103
Meilahn, Carleton 36,83,84,89
Meilahn, Janean 64,102
Meilahn, Mona Rae 36,82
Meister, Gloria 64
Melang, Beth 36
Melanson, Berjeta 64
Mercer, Betty 12
Nein. Ben 64,77
Neitzke, Shirley 64
Nelms, Clara 13,63
Nelson, Betty 37,84
Nelson, Beverly 64
Nelson, Byron 37,89
Nelson, Carol 64
Nelson, Dennis 64
Nelson, Inez 13,64
Nelson, Sandra 64
Nelson Virjean 58 79 82
Nersveen, Robert 37,81
Nielsen, Carol 58,69
Merwin, James 64,81,85
Mettalka, Robert 36
Metz. Elizabeth 12
Metzler, Ingrid 12,14,68
Meuret, Charles 36,81,86,125
Meuret, Gerald 64,113
Meyer, Edward 56
Meyers, Jerome 64
Meyer, Leone 36,90
Meyer, Shirley 36,84
Meyers, Ronald 68
Michlig, Laverne 64
Midlikowski, Ruth 64
Mikkelson, Betty 64
Miller, Daela 56,97.103
Nienow, Virginia 64
Nienow, Virginia 64
Nievinski, Eugene 37,84,89
Nievinski, Lorraine 37,82,103
Niewinski, Frances 58,69,82
Nigbur, Lawrence 58,70,123
Nikolai, Sandra 64
Nimz, Carl 16,58
Nimz, Jean 58,69,84,87,131
Ninneman, Faye 58,69,8l,88
Nitzsche, Arthur 18,58,69,70,120
Nitzsche, Richard 58,69
Nixon, Jack 34,37
Norton, Daniel 58,69
Nowak, Richard 64
Nowak, LaRae 64
Nuernberg, Janice 64,82,88,90
Nussbaum, Alice 37,85
Nyholm, James 58,l09,ll0,l11,1l4,ll6,
Nyland, Marian 37,106
Ockerlander, Doris 13,14,16,54,78,95,130
Oestreich, Mary 58
Oestrreich, Joanne 7,37,90
Oestrreich, Lorraine 18,58,69,77,90,129
Ohrmundt, Helen 37
Ohgmundt, John 64,68,69,l09,ll3,1l4,l20,
O'Keefe, Glendene 64,85
O'Keefe, Joyce 58,69,79
Okonek, Louise 60
Olbrantz, Bernard 37
O'Leary, Nancy 7,51,58,69,75,84,87,88,92
Olshanski, David 64
Miller, Geraldine 56,82,l02
Olson. Arthur 13,16
Olson, Carlton 37,79
Olson, Carol Ann 64
Olson, Sharon 64,76,88,102,l34
Opichka, William 64,83
Miller, Linda 64,88
Milward, David 64,80
Minkoff, Howard 64,69,89,98,123
Mirek, Joanne 56,69,l02
Opper, Allen 64,68,109,111
Opgaermann, Denis 37,86
Os orne, Gordon 64
Ossig, Verdella 52
Osterbrink, Agnes 64
Osterbrink, James 37,113
Mitchell, William 36
Mitchka, John 18,36
Mittelstaedt. Donald 36,81,85
Mogensen, Harley 56,83
Mohelnitzky, Jacquelyn 64,85
Mohelnitzky, Mary 36
Mohr, Marsha 56,127
Monson, Nancy 34,36,84
Mootz, Lorraine 36,84
Moran, Betty 36
Mornhinweg, Ursula 56
Morris, JoAnn 18,64,80,82,88,91
Morrison, George 49
Mortenson, Beverly 56,82
Mortenson, Jeanne 36.83.85
Mortenson, Robert 36,89
Mortenson, Ronald 83
Mucha, Phyllis 56,77,82,l03,13l
Ostroski, George 37
Otto, Beverly 61,90
Otto, Edwin 6l,l09,1l0,ll5,l32
Otto, Patricia 37,84
om' Ronald 18,61,90,132
Paetzold, Carl 64,82
Paetzold, Donald 64
Pagel, Gerald 61,83
Pagel, Nancy 64
Pagel, Patricia 38.85
Pagel, Shirle 64,88
Pagenkogg, Igonald 64,81,82
Palesh, uriel 61,82
Papenfuss, Sludith 18,64,82,91
Muckerheide, Mary 36,77,81,87,88
Mueller, Arthur 16,48,58,69,82,86,97
Mueller, Kenneth 58
Mueller, Rochelle 58
Mueller, Susan 58,69,84
Mueller, Thomas 64,69,82,113
Muelver, Beverly 58,69,79,81,82
Mullen, Donald 37,84
Mullen, Henrietta 58.69,82
Murphy, Samuel 7,48,58,69,70,75,80,82
Muschinski, Faye 58,69
Muzynoski, John 58,69
Myrick, Gordon 49
Myrberg, Phyllis 64
Myszka, David 58,122
Papenfus, heldon 61,86,89, 113,122
Mary Kay 61,91,92,102
Parkin, Doris 38,48,88,90,106
Parks, Nola 64,82
Parsch, Charles 64
Parsch, Geraldine 61,84
Paszkiewicz, Jeanette 61,83,85
Pauls, Walter 64,81
Pautz, Mar Ann 63,83
Pederson, Jlbyce l8,38,87,88,91
Penn, Dona 64,88
Pennell, Billie 7,38,48,50,72,80,88,93,115,
Peroutka, Rose Mary 38,90
Perske, Joanna 64,80,102,134
Peterman, Neil 61,86,l24
Peters, Alfred 18,6l,113,114,122
Peters, Kenneth 64
Peters, Marvin 64
Naef, Geraldine 58,69,102
Nass, Ronald 58,69
Natal, Donna 58,69,84
Natarus, Bonnie 64,69,88,132
Natarus. Timothy 58
Neely, Peggy 49
Neess, Margaret 34.37,88
Nehring, Charles 58,77,82
Peters, Virl 38
Peterson, Gary 38
Peterson, John 64,82
Peterson, LaDonna 64
Peterson, Mary 61,77,99
Peterson, Richard 38
Peterson, Robert 61
Petrowski, Carol 61,91
Pflieger, Jerome 38
Pflieger, Richard 59,83
Phillips, James 62,64,77,86,89,102
Piehl, Marilyn 61,77,8l,88,l29
Pieper, Joan 38,83
Pierschalla, Carol 64
Pieshalla, Patricia 38,85
Pietscher, Inez 61,76,77,84,87,91,134
Pigeon, Sandra 61,77,82
Pigan, Nancy 38,84
Plant, Robert 64
Plant, Wayne 18,68,102
Plautz, Anita 38,85
Plautz, Joseph 61
Plavnick, Kenneth 38.48,72,74,127
Plier, A. W. 9
Plier, Nancie 64,82
Plisch, Jacqueline 64,88
Pliskiew, Barbara 64
Pliskie, Richard 64
Poeske, Alice 61,103
Poeske, Donna 61,84
Poeske, Grace 38
Poeske, Nancy 38
Poi, Mrs. Elizabeth 15
Poi, Margaret 61,75,77.82
Poll, Gloria 18,38,82,87
Pollock. Bruce 35,38
Pontzloff, Delno 64,83
Pophal, Alice 61,85
Pophal, Ellen 38,83,88
Pophnl, Joyce 38,73
Porter, James 39,122
Posgychala, Roger 39
Pos ie. Carole 65,86,88,90,l32
Post, Donald 61
Poverski, Frieda 61.70,82
Poverski, Patricia 61,82,90
Powers, Stephen 49
Praedel, Kathryn 64,82,88
Pradt, Daniel 61,74,85,86
Prechel, Levi 39
Presig, Jacob 15
Priebe, 'Gene 64,86
Priebe, Joyce 39
Priebe, Mary Ann 39,84.86,88
Priebe, Sally 64
Prielipp, Robert 57.81
Raduenzel. Janis 67
Prieve, James 39.89
Prigge, Dennis 67,83
Prochaska, Gertrude 13,16,55,78
Prock, Vodus 67,83.86
Prozinski, Justine 30,39,50.93.93.l03
Puariea, Donald 39.74,79,81,86,96,
Puariea, Marilyn 16,67
Pukis, Albert 67,85
Pyan, Duane 61
Pyan, Marie 67
Raab. David 51,61,87,125
Raasch, Janet 61
Raatz, Ronald 61.85
Radandt, Rosemary 34,39
Radandt, Susan 67.86
Radant, Darlene 61,91
Radant, Shirley 67
Raddatz. David 61
Rader, Larry 55.86,123
Radke, Ilene 39
Radtke, Bonnie 46,103
Radtke, DuWayne 55.83,86
Radtke, Marv 39,74,88,91,93,96,130
Rahn, Gloria 67.82
Rakow, H. R. 9
Ramthun, Earl 39
Ramthun, Harvey 15
Ramthun, Mrs. Mathilda 15
Randall, James 67.86.120
Randrup. Janet 39,84
Randt, Denver 55
Rawson, Dale 67,103
Raymond, Nancy 67
Redetzke, Margaret 39.80,88,90,91 ,1
Rehfeldt. Dorothy 67.90
Reich, Elizabeth 55.88,90,92,132
Reince, Marilyn 39.83.84
Reinemann. Carlton 13,14,51,63
Reisinger, John 39
Reissmann. Donald 60
Remmel. Sally 67
Resch, Barbara 39.82,84,90
Resch. Joan 39,8182
Reynolds, Robert 13.16,51
Rhyner, Eugene 67,83
Rhyner, Jerome 39
Rhvner, Raymond 55
Richards, Gerald 55,123
Richmond, Dale 55
Richmond, Donna 39,83,84,91,130
Richmond. Glenn 67
Richter, Donald 67.109,113,118,123,13
Richter, Jean 34.40,82.83,84
Ridderbush, William 67
Ridge, Harvey 10.13.52
Ridge, John 40,86,90
Rieman, Ginger, 98
Riiser, Tom 18,55
Riley, Jeredith 40
Rillmg Alice 40,77,80,83
Rinka, Kermit 67
Risher. Rose 49
Ritz, Patricia 67
Rodehaver, Carla 57,75,78,80,82,88,106,
Roeber, James 60
Roeder, Bonnie 67
Roeder, Mrs. Edna 15
Roemke, Gerald l8,55,l09,lll,l20,l22
Roemke, Jeannette 67,80,88
Roeske, E. A. 10.13,16
Rogalla, Joanne 55,84
Rohlf, Anne 55,86,88,97
Rohloff, Tommy 67
Roloff, Larry 67
Roloff, Richard 67,81,82
Romack, Maxine 40
Ronek, Richard 40
Rose, Carroll 40
Rose, Ronald 67
Rosenhauer, George 7,13,l4,56,76
Rosentreter, Marlene 55,84
Ross, Arlene 13,16,58
Rossemhach, Barbbetta 40
Roth, Barbara 40,81
Rothenberger, Johanna 40,76,77,90,130
Royal, Charles 67,86,89,113
Rubow. Donald 55,86,113,123
Rudolph, Donald 55,83
Rudolph, PaPtricia 67,130
Ruether, Margaret 4o.s4,s5,90
Rusch, Joanne 55
Rusch, Thomas 55.125
Rux, Ronald 55.83-86,113
Ryan, Dale 55,86,95,124
Ryan, Margaret 40
Ryan, Richard 67,80,89, 120
Sadowski, Valerian 40
Sahr, Margaret 67,83,86
Sahr, Virginia 55.86
Saindon, Phillip 55
Saindon, Shirley 67
St. Clair, Duanne 67-81
St. Clair, Robert 13.16,124
St. Clair, Rodney 53,83
Sala, Frederick 67
Salzer, Judith 67,102.103
Salzer, Robert 60,80,82,97
Salzwedel, Theodore 66
Samuels, Beatrice 88
Samuels, Bernadine 55
Sanders, Shirley 40
Schachinger. William 66
Schaefer. Nancy 66,76,81,86,l34
Schael, Bruce 55,86,125
Schael, Marvin 55
Schael, Myron 55
Schaetzl, William 60
Schalow. Dennis 7.17,20,35 .126.96.36.199.72,
Schalow, Nancy 40
Scharmer, Harriet 18,66,102
Scharmer. Kenneth 55,85
Schave, Barbara 40
Schave, Nancy 55,103
Scheel, David 55
Scheel, James 66
Scheel, Lois 7,35,40,50,93,94.l15,130
Scheel. William 66.83
Scheffler, Alfred 66
Scheffler, Dolores 52,82,88.103
Scheffler, lerry 188.8.131.52
Schenzel, Beverlv 40.83.84
Schenzel, Jim 66,113,114
Scheurman, Ethel 13,63,77
Schewe, Alene 40
Schewe, Marlene 66
Schield, Kathleen 52.86
Schilling, Arthur 41
Schilling. James 48.51.52,74,75,78,80
Schlag, Mary Ann 52.84
Schlei, Irene 66.77,78,81,82
Schlei, Mary Ann 65,232,132
Schliesman, Thomas 20,34,41,81,83,
Schmidlkofer. Robert 18,66.85,124
Schmidt, George 66
Schmidt, Roger 41.123
Schmidt, Sharon 66,85
Schmieden, Darlene 52,90
Schmolze, Lois 46
Schmitzler. Gail 60.88,92,103
Schneck, Phil 51,122
Schoeder, A e 3
Schoeneman. Carol 66,88
Schoepke. Max 52
Schoepke, Shirley 52
Schoonover, Raeburn 41,84
Schoonover, Patricia 66
Schopf, Eugene 52
Schott, Audrey 66
Schram, Eleanor 41,77.83,87,91
Schreiber, Kay 66,76,88,134
Schreiber, Vernon 41
Schroeder, Allen 52
Schroeder, Barbara 52,84,88
Schroeder, Darold 66,82
Schroeder, Ernest 52
Schroeder, John 66,86,89,120
Schroeder, Laurel 66
Schroeder, Margaret 52,70,84
Schroeder, Roland 52,83
Schubring, Lyle 52
Schulz, Elizabeth 52,82
Schultz, Bonnie 66,92
Schultz, Geraldine 66
Schultz, Joanne 66
Schultz, Joanne Mary 16,41
Schultz, Millard 81,122
Schulz, Roger 66,83,113
Schulz, Annette 66
Schulz, leanette 52,82
Schumacher. Wayne 41.89
Schumann, Nancy 41,73,96
Schuster, Donald 52
Schuttenberg, Shirlev 5169.83
Schwede, Charles 66,83
Schwede, Donald 66
Schwocho, Shirley 41,85
Seavers, Gay 184.108.40.206
Seefeldt, James 66,113,122
Seefeldt, Leslie 67
Seefeldt, Mary Ann 41,85
Seehafer, David 9
Seehafer, Patricia 52,84
Seehafer. Phyllis 52,83
Seiler, Carol 52,83
Sellung, Judith 67.88
Selsberg, Charles 52.70.90
Senoraske. Dianne 67,82,88
Setula, Mavis 41,84
Seubert, Allan 52,102
Seubert, Gail 67
Severson, Robert 53,69,80,108,109,110,111
Seymour. Shirley 41.85.88
Shafranski, Paulette 53.69,82.88,97,129
Shalewski, Dolores 41,84
Shawl, Dennis 53.69,85,97
Shawl, Howard 13
Sheldon, Jeanette 53,69,84
Shepperd, Sue 49
Sheptoski, Josephine 67
Sherbert, Donald 7,35,41,82,90,96,131
Sherfinski, Anthony 63,86
Short, Marlene 41
Sieckert, Eben 35,41.81,85,122
Sieckert, James 53.69,70,81,85,l20,125
Siewert, Doris 53,69,84
Sillars, Franklin 18,41,82,95,103
Singer, Robert 46
Sippl, Dennis 53,69
Skalecki. James 42,109,110,122,126
Skare, Darlene 42
Skrzypchak, Wayne 53.69.86
Skud, Rita 48,53.69.75,82,88
Slade, Charles 16.67.81,89,120.131
Slagoski, Sally 42,76,90,91,134
Sletten, lulia 13.16
Sloan. Mary 53,69.88,l03
Slomske, Janice 67
Sneeden, Joseph 15
Sniegoski. Marv 67,82
iak. Patricia 42,76,84,88,134
Sobvick, Virginia 42
Sommerfeldt. Shirley 46
Parrick 53 l
Soukup, Russell 67.81
Soanton, Harry 53,79
Spaude, Arlette 42.84
Spindler. Gladys 53,82
Splettstozer. Patricia 67,82
Sprague, Beverly 53
Sprague, Enid 67
Sprague, Gail 42,132
Sproisky, Janet 67
Spychalla, Sally 42,84
Stachowiak, Frank 53,69
Stadt, John 53,69,80,85
Stanke, Janice 16,53,87,132
Stanton, Beverly 53,69,84
Steckling, Daniel 42
Steckling, Della 67,81
Sreckling. James 53,70,76,81,85,122,134
Steffen. Marilyn 53,84
Steffenhagen, Charles 67,83
Steffke, Gretchen 42,50,80,82,96,97
Stege, Rita 18,67,82,88
Steidtman, Patricia 53,69,90
Stein, Barbara 67,82,88,102
Stein, Neale 65
Stephenson. Nancy 48,57,83,88
Steppert, Barbara 82
Stevens, Clark 98
Stewart, Anita 49
Stieber, Clifford 42,86,90,123.125,126
Stieber, John 53
Stoltz, Daniel 42
Stoltz, Jerome 42,81,83,90
Stoltz, Lillian 67,90
Stoltz, Shirley 67,88
Srolze, Elizabeth 43,85,88
Stone, Mary 58.88,92,95
Stork. David. 52, 125
Stotmeister, Marvay 43,80
Stotmeister, Raymond 58
Stralkowski, Geraldine 58,82
Tucek, Frank 58
Tushkowski, Eugene 24,76,86,134
Umhoefer, Tom 48,58,109,132,
Urban, Joyce 58
Urban, Roger 67,85,86
Urmanski, Geraldine 67
Utecht, Shirley Ann 24,84,88
Utecht, Shirley Mae 44
Utecht, Wayne 58
Vachowiak, David 67
Valentine, Therrill 49
Vanderwall, Bruce 67,86
VanProoyan, Norman 67,86
Van Slyke, John 83
Van Vuren, Carol 12,54,88,90,91,129
Venske, Frank 54,83
Vercimak, John 26,125
Vesely, Adeline 56,83
Viergutz, Delaine 54
Vogt, Roger 81,85
Voigt. Mary 54
Vollenweieder, Audrey 57,77,88,91
Vollenweider, John 26
Wfadzinski, David 54,81,97
Wadzinski. Wallace 54,83
Wagner, Patricia 67
Stralkowski, Joan 43,84,88,91
Srrehlow, David 34,38,43.50,73.82,108, 109,
Strehlow, Gerald 67
Strei, Helen 67
Strek, Janice 62.67,87,88,103,129
Sturm, Betty 67,102
Suchomski, Jerome 67
Suchomski. Raymond 43
Sullivan. James 20,35,43,48,50,73,74,
Sullivan, Richard 43,102,103
Sumner, Clara 13
Sumner, Irving 18,52,74,l02
Suske, LeRoy 43
Swain, Ella 13
Swanson, Shirley 58,87
Sweitzer. Mary 31,35,43,48,50,72,75,77,
Swenby Clifford 10,13
Swenby, Ralph 34,43,74,81,86.91,109
Synnott, lamie 67,82
Synnott Mary 58,84
Tapper, Edith 13.58.83
Tapper, Elaine 43.88
Tebor, Irving 14
Teige, Glenn 67,102
Teipner, John 58,85
Tesch, Arlon 58.123
Tesch, Arnold 43
Tesch, Leo 43,72.74,80,91
Teske, Delmer 67.86
Teske, Norman 43
Testerman, Delores 49
Thiele. F. Gerald 56.120
Thomas, Eugene 43,109,110,1l2
Thomas, Hildegarde 58
Thomas, Sharon 58.86
Thomas. Warren 13.16
Thompson, Janel 58
Thompson, Sally 43.81,87,88,l03
Thorn, Carol June 67
Thorn, Elizabeth 43
Thorpe, Roger 58,83
Timm, Henry l8,67,68,75,78,82,95.97,103
Tobey, Alice 10
Toivonen, Raymond 67,82
Toth. Mary Ann 43.84
Towle, Mariorie 58,82,132
Towle, Viorene 67
Traeder. Donald 60
Trantow, Grace 58.84
Treibel. Diane 67,68.76.82,88,134,149
Treichel, Bernadine 58,83
Treichel, Betty 58,84
Treichel. Norman 18,58,82,125
Trelle. Maria 67
Trelle. Paul 58
Tremel. James 58.85,109,113,125
Tremel. Richard 67,122
Tress, Vivian 58,103
Treu, Jacquelyn 67.70,82
Treu, Marlene 58.82
Treu, Wayne 43,86
Trierweiler, Margaret 58,88
Trittin, Jean 58
Trittin. Judy 58.84.90
Waldinger, James 32
Waldinger, Rita 67,106,129
Walters: Donna Mae 18,67,88
Wilcox, cganice 49
Wilde, erald 59
Wilde, Viletta 44
Wilke, Bernard 60,103
Wilke, Gregory 59,133,120
Wilke, Lorenz 59,83,86,97,1l3,120
Will, Charles 65
Will JoAnn 44
Willhite, Darlene 59,90
Williams, Helen 65,81
Walters, Harland 44,85,137
Walters, Janet 67,85
Walters, Jeanette 54
Walters, Merritt 54.82,125
Walters, Phyllis 67,85
Walton, Marion 18,54.75,77,91,97
Wambold, Charlotte 7,34,44,50,75,8l,94
Wandtke, Shirley 54
Wfanta, Adam 67-86
XVanta, Mary Ann 52,70
Wanta, Mary Eva 54,84
Warner, Herman 15
Warosh, Bonnie 47,50,96,97
Warosh, Carol 54
Wfeaver, Robert 54,109,118
Weber, Corinne l8,44,50,83,88,103
Weber, Dale 67
Wfeber, Ethel 54
Weber, Joan 44
Weber, Joyce 84,90
Weden, Lyle 44,83,86,90
Weeks, Beverly 67,69.82.85
Weeks, Dale 54,79,81,86
Weeks, Robert 67
Wegner, Darold 16,44
Wagner. Dean 54
Weiland, James 67-85,86
Weinkauf, Alan 67
Weinkauf, Alice 44,50,82,87,88,90,91
Weinkauf, Dorothy 14
Weinkauf, Karen 67.82,91
Weinkauf, Ronald 54,122
Weir, James 67
Weisenberger, Betty 51.54,77,99
Wekert. Mrs. Martha 15
Welsh, William 44,50.79,86,96,97
Wendorf, Bertie Lou 54
Wendorf, Charlotte 67
Wendt, Gerald 67
Wendt. Kenneth 67
Wenzel, Barbara 44
Wenzel, Donna 67,85
Weso. Marv Ann
Westcott. Jacaueline 65
Westlund, Clifford 14.52
Westphal, Karen 65.80
Westphal, LaVern 65
Westphal, Sharon 65,88,92
Weynerh. Ronald 54
White, Harriet 54,103
White, Judy 49
Whiting. Sally l8,65,82.88
Wicke, Mary Lee 65.68.82
Widstrom, Mary 44,81,88
Wiegandr, LaVerne 54
Wieloch, John 65,122
Wiensch, Shirley 44,84,90
Wilcott, Beverly 65.102
Wilcott. Robert 44.89
Wilson, Barbara 44,80,103
Wilson, Louis 44
Wiman, Allison 49
Winchell, Walter 59
Winetzki, Joseph 45,91
Winnie, Gail 65,86
Wirt, Carroll 59,80
Wisniewski, Alice 45,130
Witter, Clark 83
Witter, Lee 59,76,80,82,89,95
Wittig, James 45,82,120
Woehlert, Bett 7,18,20,34,42,45,48,50,73,
Wohlfahrt, Nancy 45,88
Wohlford, Duane 65,122
Wohlford, Kenneth 18,35,45
Wohlford, Richard 59,92,132
Woiciechowski, James 45
Wolf, LeRoy 59,95
Wolf, Marie 65,70,102
Wolfe, Barbara 65
Wolfe, David 59,83,120
Wolfe, Ronald 45,122,125
Wolfgram, Virginia 43,45,81
Wolfgram. Roger 65
Woller, Carol 65
Wolfmman, Marvin 65,81,89,98
Wolfgram. Virginia 43,45,81
Wollet, Clifford 45,82,83
Woods, Stanley 14,16,67,77
Worden, Sally 59,131
Wrycha, Joe 45, 127
Wrycha, Stanley 65
Wunsch, Patricia 59,76,82,35.103,106.
Wurster, Cyrus 59,123
Wysocki, Ronald 59
Yelich, Thomas 14.67,109,114,120
Yonker, John 34,45,l22
Yotan, Sally 59,76,81,88,100,l0l,103,l3l
Young, George 59.30
Young, Harrier 65,82,88
Young, Kathryn 65
Young, Marjorie 14,16,58
Yunk, Jean l7,45,73,87,88,91,93,96,93.
Yunkerr, Barbara 59,90,131
Zahn, Marion 18,59,91,129
Zahrt, Marion 45
Zahrt, Nancy 65
Zamzow. Donald 45,83,86
Zank, Barbara 65
Zank, Bonita 45
Zank, DuWayne 59,l09,110,112,116,l17
Zastrow, Nancy 65.88.134
Zastrow, Robert 34,45 ,89
Zastrow, Sandra 59.84
Zastrow, William 65
Mrs. Elsie 15
Zielsdorf. Margaret 14,16,61
Zick, William 46
Ziebell, Richard 45,89,l13,122
Ziegel, Joan 59,84,87,90
Ziegler, Perry 17,34.45,48,50,74,87,116,
Zielinski, Lawrence 45
Zillman, Dawn 46,81.82.88
Zillman, Edward 46,50,81,l09,l10,l1l,112,
Zillman, Wayne 35,46,70,73,90,98
Zilz, Douglas 17,35,46,74,78,85
Zimick, Leon 59,118
Zimick. Richard 58,69
Zimmerer, Frederick 65,236,122
Zimmermann, Delores 46,50,75,76,130,149
Zimmermann, Virginia 59
Zinzer. George 46
Zoborowski, Ernest 18
Zoborowski, Myron 17,46,73,74,8l,83
Zocher, Luella 46,85
Zoromski, Marvin 46,81,125
Zoromski, Mary Ann 46
Zuleger, Beverly 46
Zunker, Charles 46,80,86,89,125
Zunker, Herman 60
Zunker, Orven 59,86
For many of us, school life is permanently ended. For all of us, Vfausau Senior
High School will always remain in our hearts and minds. In years to come you may
browse through this yearbook and recall many of the happy experiences in your
high school days.
The building of this yearbook has been a difficult job -- not quite so soft as
one might imagine. For one person to attempt to write and lay out the entire book
would be an impossibility. That is the job of the Wahiscan Staff, and I'm sure you
will agree with me that they did an outstanding job. Besides the staff, I want to
thank my Co-Editor, Betty Woehlert, who did an excellent piece of work.
This yearbook would not be possible without the hard work of the Director of
Publications, G. K. "Rosy" Rosenhauer. To Rosy go my sincere thanks and appre-
I would also like to thank the following:
John Dzubay, Business staff manager
Delores Zimmerman, Business manager
james Towle, Towle Studio, Photographer
Patricia Kagel, Subscription manager
Eldred Olson, Brock Engraving Co., Madison
M. R. Fey, Fey Publishing Co., Wisconsin Rapids
L. Spencer, S. K. Smith Co., Chicago
National Book Binding Co., Stevens Point
Wausau Daily Record-Herald, Photography Department
I appreciate the fine cooperation on the part of both the teachers and students
in taking the pictures.
M y sincere thanks,
A L L E N A K E Y
vvn usnu sem
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