Wausau High School - Wahiscan Yearbook (Wausau, WI)

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C6033 RESENTS gil I . . l View of old building from Fulton and 7th Street Editor-in-Chief . . ...........,... DAVE OBEY Associate Editors . . . . PAT RAHN, LOIS WOEHLERT Business Manager .. ..,......... JEAN SCHEEL THE 1956 . . . MAY 31, 1956 . . . VOLUME 40 W!lfll5'C!llV This book contains a pictorial record of our lives at Senior High for 1955-56. ln the fol- lowing pages you will relive many wonderful experiences and events. Here are all of those events which make the year a memorable one. Remember all of these new faces on the first day of school - nearly 1400 of them? Will you ever forget WAUSAU DAY - that last football game of the season, Wausau 14 and Eau Claire 14 - New friends - Classes, courses, teachers, books - clubs, debate trips, assemblies - cafeteria lines, milk at two cents, noon hour movies - and many, many other experiences and events. What a year! For another glimpse of this memorable school year please turn the page, follow our guide, and enjoy the wonderful times we had at WHS, here on the banks of the beautiful Wisconsin River, View of new building from Adams Street TASS- GP ' 'wvnesenwnvfban 1 g N' oeoscnnou 5 AovxwusTRp.1'xoN 5 UNDERCLRSSMEN I3 SENXDRS 30 gvovzvs e4 T o Aemhrmes 23 5 4 1' ADVERTISEMENTS A V52. f INDEX l6I ' 5 fha, nf' s I 1. MR. A. W. OLSON OUR 1956 DEDICATEE.. It is with great pleasure that we, the seniors of Wausau High school, dedicate this Wahiscan to ARTHUR W. OLSON, a teacher who has been associated with our school for more than twenty years. MR. OLSON, a graduate of Eau Claire High school and Normal school, received his B.S. degree from Carroll College, and in 1940 acquired his M.A. from the University of Michigan. He ioined our teaching staff in 1935 and has since served our school well in many capacities. His career here began as a teacher of history and physical education. Then followed a period as football coach, assistant bas- ketball coach, director of noon-hour activities, and at present instruc- tor of science. His outdoor hobbies of hunting, fishing, hiking, and golfing rate second only to his intense interest in all things athletic. His cheerful attitude and friendly smile place even the most reserved student at ease. MR. OLSON has long been a valuable asset to our school and will remain in our memory for his pleasant manner and helpful advice. We proudly hail MR. ARTHUR W. OLSON as our 1956 Wahiscan dedicatee. 'fb' ff ,iff 'N- ii 52 Uh 1 R LBNE ADMINISTRATION lm? aff? 4, I e t, These People Formulczte Our Policies E Z. ern? , 'Q -'egg G. W. BANNERMAN S p ' tend I IS h I R d g I H Io nghl. Brau , B Ab , Plier, D k rfh, Seeh I , Pagenkopf, Lars B oumoni, Ullrich, Kischel, F I , Rakow, Guenther. IAbsenI: Gormanj 7 'TQ .au 'Sf' s J' IX X' .ov"""" 5 Isa 1 'tt fsx pd' ,ze A 5,-ns.-Z J' E H BOETCHER Principal SUPERVISION... One of the highlights of the school year is the day we receive our Wahiscans. It signals, too, the approaching summer vacation. To be sure, most students are happy in the thought that for a period of three months they will not be obliged to assume the regular re- sponsibilities that are common in attending school. lt has been a good school year This has been due largely to your cooperation loyalty and all around fine school spirit lf at work or play this summer may l suggest you continue to be cheerful dependable trustworthy and loyal to your home church school community and country Maintain and develop further those qualities which result in a happy, successful and enriched life Sincere best wishes to alll Cordially E H BOETTCHER These Help Solve Our Problems nf KT? 'rs-fig-f E. A. Rozsxs Assistant Principal C. P, sweNsY oafwof of Guidance H T HUG! 9'4" Of VY' Students: I believe that the spirit of Wausau Senior High School students is second to none. They cooperate to put over proiects at all times and support most of the activities with enthusiasm. l have always been proud of the record made by our students in their academic as well as their extra-curricular activities. Many - honors have been won in both fields and as a result we have a school that all can be proud of. Let s keep it that way. E. A. ROESKE A 'g Axpictum af ALICE TQBEY De ' 'fgGklq, was not available Qing wen! :presse '. iCoIumbiai oMARY G. ANDERSON 355, 5,5,, M.A., Milwaukee Downer NANCY 1. aku 203i 5.5, Wiscon fnglish BEN BERG I M A Wisco Home Economics Klfl nsin 30 1 - -f , phygggg Head ot Science Dept. ELDA P. BONVINCIN 202: LS., Minn., M.A., Wisconsin Spanish, German, Head of Foreign lungvgge Department GERALDINE BROEREN 102, B.Ed., Whitewater Shorthand, Typing RAYMOND J. BURTON M.A., Iowa, Bookkeeping, Salesman- ship, Head of Business Ed. Dept. LAWRENCE DIKE lO4, Whitewater B.E., Colorado M.B.E. Yvpiw JOHN DZLJBAY 302, Ph.M,, Wisconsin Modern Science Wohiscan Business Adviser MARY E. GISVOLD 350, B.S., Wisconsin Hislory MATHEW E. GJETSON A-9, B.E., M.S., Oshkosh Dralting, Head ol lnd. Arts Mary G. Andgygqn Ben Berg Geraldine Broeren Lawrence Dike Mary E. Gisvold Nancy J. Butt Elda P. Bonvincin Raymond J. Burton John Dzubay Mathew E. Gietson -V WN we f A sown., . at I' 32" 'E s I' f ps p rn. "' 1 ,L .3 Q 1' . Q ' " . ' ' 'fb , 1 I I I. ' WH' - 1' l. -f J f rl? y ' P- K, P- ,' 4 QV: fi' Q "' e Q' 4 1 ' u 'ah 'R Q7' --Yr' ,',. . -S", '32, 4 5 A is ,-'Q v A pa 1 .fr gg ., A3 K . Q' I -4 x I X , Q' ' -. S. A . 7, if D' 'Tr' .Q . A A. u K. . B I I A, fl F ag, lf' 4. s ak. -Q -ze -.Q gk . 'N ,N ae . I Y., ' -1' ' . . S- .,,.-1 N S' .f ' tx' . . . 'A .I l-Ydil E. locker Millqn W, lqhfgrd Mary Ja Christner Allan D, Gabrilska Karl R. N. Grill Harold G. lellac Win 0. Brockmoyer Louise C. Dale Jane Gentzel Josephine M. Halsor LYDIA E. IECKER 3061 l.E., la Crosse, M.A., Michigan Dltector of Girl's Physical Ed. HAROLD G. BEELAS T057 M.A., Northwestern Bookkeeping MILTON W. IIOTSEID 79711 dl EH.. Eavzdalre, Colorado, Nortlweohm, Wiskonpln Athtaittqs V WIN Supervisor of of Athletics MARY JO CHRISTNER 3lO, B.S., Lawrence Biology LOUISE C. DALE B.S., Battle Creek College Home Nursing ALLAN D. GABRILSKA Ph.B., M.S., Carroll, Wisconsin Boys Phy Ed., Director of Intra- murals and Noon Hour Program JANE GENTZEL 2177 B.S. 8- M.A., Miami U., Wisconsin, Spanish, English KARL R. N. GRILL M.A., Colorado State, Wisconsin Music JOSEPHINE M. HALSOR 2061 B.A., M.A., Wisconsin English ARTHUR L. HENDERSON l52, M.A., lowa U. S. History GLORIA MAE HESTEKIND 2l6, B.S.-Sec.Ed., Eau Claire Speech, Drama, English Director of Dramatics RUTH M. JANICK 218, B.S., Wisconsin English GEORGE JOHNSON 352, M.A., Columbia U. S. History Arthur L. Henderson Gloria Mae Hestelsind Ruth M. Janick George Johnson LOIS KRUBSACK B.S., La Crosse Girls' Phy, Ed. NANCY J. KURATH 356, B.S., Stout Clothing and Foods Lois Krubsack Nancy J. Kurath J. BART LUTTRELL 108, M.A., Northwestern Algebra, Geometry, Trigonomehy A. E. McDONELL B.S., M.A., Milwaukee State, Wisconsin, Band Director CLARA V. NELMS 353, M.A., Colorado, Minnesota Social Science INEZ M. NELSON 2l2, B.A., M.A,, Carroll, Columb English J. Bart Luttrell A. E. McDonell Clara V. Nelms Inez M. Nelson . 1' xi 2 f fr r ff ' 2 f' ' nm Z F 4 E -f .' .L X , . I7 4 A l . N X A is A 2 S :R I -R - 10' uv Q, ' . 5. " J . 1 " J A E' "':"' 4 "' 'fr ' 2 -it ' AAO 'R ' to 1 , Y ff r, i .1 f ,oo Af" , J . , g J. .-4 4 'I li 49" A 'W W F' I X is . I -,z in ' "' Q , A N , . ' J fx- A , C'-A B ,Qx ,PX R H -UQ if "n 4' HH I A :A "' -A ' r h 6' l ,J Wt-A 1 . ry n- I of 15.1 I I 4 L .1 Virginia L. Hulbert Harry A. Johnson Emma C. Larson Ervin C. Morquardt Arthur W. Olson Bernard P. Hylkema Edmund L. Keeler Olaf C. lea William M. Maxwell Margre! M. F VIRGINIA L. Huram i snvm c. MARQuARor 201, B.A., M.A., Lawrence, Wisconsin 1515 l.A., M.A., lawrolko, Latin, English ' American Problems, Public BERNARD P. HYLKEMA EMMA CR LARSON 9"'f"'f Rf """"'Uf P""" B.S., River Falls State 5.5. in UL. Stionta, Minnesota WILLIAM M. Agriculture llbfdlldl ' 'oil M-Ed-1 CQIQIUUO HARRY A. JOHNSON OLAP C. LEE WWI 0'0I"Pl'YI YYPWU 303, A.B., Ripon, M.A., Wisconsin 156, B.A.,,M.A., Wittoniill ARTHUR W. Chemistry, Director of Visual Aids World Hklafy 5 311, ls., M.l., Cortes, Curling Coach Qogial Science .Department Hood Biology ' EDMUND L. KEELER t MAIGIET M. PIERCE A-3, A.B., Ripon I. oi MUSIC Driver Ed., Driver Training ' - 3 Q1 . 4 45,4 Z A' . -wi .. .. .1 A L lawrence, Northwestern , , Vocal Music :. -qi- . R , - v. .. .Ai-..fs f I CARLTON REINEMANN AA, M.A., Milwaukee Stale Art ,. AVL' '- REYNOLDS .1-. Af- wisconsin lpn , Boolrlreeping QMER P ROESKE M,Pn,B, Ripon, Columbid Mathematms, Asst. Princlpdl Mathematics Dept. Head ARLENII ROSS HO: M.A., Ripon, U. of Wisconsin english vii, vllIC ton Reinernann Elmer A. IOOSRQ eff G, Reynolds Arlene loss Q.-n-...... -----.... .f- - 5 ,ff X ,f , ,V 1, sflnf. V BETTY V. SEIDER 161: B.S., Mission Hou World History, German DIANE C. SEIF 204, B.S., Stevens Poin English CLARA SUMNER 251, M.A., Minnesota Social Science ELLA SWAIN ll3, M.A., Columbia Shorthand, Typing se College l 'CNY V. S6ld8l' Clqrg Sumngf Didnt C. SOIL Ellg Swqin Q 5 . X' Q sc ' T I, fb ,?"4.,T,J WARREN G. THOMAS A-5, M.S., Stout Woodworking MARY LOU WALKER 205, B.S., Ecu Claire English STANLEY E. WOODS 160, M,A., Hamline, U. of Minnesota, Columbia World History THOMAS J. YELICH 159, B.Ed., M.A., Superior, Iowa U. S. History Warren G. Thomas Stanley E. Woods Mary Lou Walker Thomas J. Yelrch A IIT' .f 'O V ., --... J 4 r lf. ' I f ", i I QC A ,X 'fi T .kr , 0- R .1 V f ' ' A 'fy-.N on tg? f 2' .M ff ff' g r, -wg w s s lg r K"""l -.f 'Nt Y-Q ,V 1 -na-Y -il S. ,fi if X We , c ' 'mi 1 L Juv., if rw, 40s. ,4 Q F' ....: """" 5 W R' - I-'-'T ., 4 . - -C. K7 4 QE, A I I L ' W IJ' A. St, Clqlr Howard M. Shawl Clifford P. Swenby Clifford H. Westlund Margaret E. Zielsdorf Qi-K RQSIIIIPUQA Q, Sghggmgqg William A. Smiley Marshall R. Taylor Carl B. Wieman . A ,D 3, . , ' ' .3 Q Q I lxflfiuriac RIYIM., U. af Wisconsin ' ' A -If lllfmll Cbvllielor of Boys i Q if.'KJSNHAUEn Q l.t6Wisdon sin ' ' Its. ' mollsm if Q' Pablitations i ICU!! AQ Sf. CLAIR I A-65 l.8lf Stout I Motel Working is If SCHEURMAN ,il JIYQHOJ., Lawrence, U. of Wisconsin ' Llltiiz English, Skyrocket 1 . HOWARD M. SHAWL IO9, M.A., U. of Minnesota Geometry, Consume-:r's Math WILLIAM A. SMILEY 305, B.A., M.A., Grinnell, Illinois Science, Athletics CLIFFORD P. SWENBY M.Ed., U. of Washington Science, Guidance Director MARSHALL R. TAYLOR 258, M.S., U. of Wisconsin American Problems CLIFFORD H. WESTLUND 211, M.S., U. of Wisconsin English CARL B. WIEMAN l55, B.S., Stevens Paint U. S. History MARGARET E. ZIELSDORF 210, M.A., Northwestern English, English Dept. Head II I Vi ' gr ' -N, , ggvgl 1 Q ri ' f x X it WEINKAUF - MITCHELL . DIEBEL CRONKHEIT MEILAHN Office Secretaries Nurse Asst. Librarian They Keep Our School Clean . Upon stopping at the office you may have observed the secretaries at work. They take care of a multitude of duties so necessary in running a school as large as ours. A K A Selissa Cronkheit devotes part of her ' time each day to see that we all stay in no A the best of health, while Janean Meilahn N assists Miss Larson, head librarian. r X -.xl Top: Henke, Beese, Warner, Sneeden Bottom: Wekwert, Poi, Kittle, Sneeden, Borchardt Roeder wr-5 1' ,I . . X i I 8 -J .1 , h sz-,. T . 'Ax A . ir 2,17 l'A fi 1 P f- ' 1 iv , 'Z 1 f 4 QL :df ,JJ2 I fr: r '-1,5 4 'f sy '.. - ff 'ff-"' '1 2 .qf -ji ff-' r ' I" ' . 'I 5 Pr " x. ,. r ff -- . .-I ,. if 4- f If gp. I .l HARVEY P. RANTHUM Head Custodian BUILDING CUSTODIANS . . , What are you doing at 6:30 A.M. on a typical Schoolday? Most of you are either sleeping or rolling lazily out of bed. At this time our faithful custodians have al- ready stoked the furnaces and prepared for a long day of maintaining the school plant. ln addition to all their duties dur- ing the day someone is always here at night for the various programs and out- side activities. UNDEPCLQSQNEN 42 :MU L f,ay!.f,, ,-. 19' 445 limb , . K, 5 , Q4 1 A Q Q i "wmv" E i 5. I bi ! ' ' ' ll ' ., E " .Q CLASS OF l958.. As we entered Wausau High the first day of school as Sophomores, we were very excited. There were many new faces, of both teachers and students, staring at us as we walked wonderingly down the strange corridors. However, all this strangeness soon disappeared for we became accustomed to the many new activities and subiects. As usual, we were the "green" Sophomores to our upper classmen. A variety of activities and clubs were undertaken by many of us and we enioyed them very much. Such activities as the football and basketball games, the plays, the dances, Wausau Day, and the various clubs made our first year at Wausau High a pleasant one. A great deal of our success as a class was due to the wonderful leadership of our class officers, Nancy, Russ, and Wayne under the guidance of Mr. Taylor, the class advisor. We certainly enioyed our Sophomore year and hope to make next year even more enioyable and successful. CLASS OFFICERS RUSS WIER ....,. ..... P resident WAYNE SYRING . .. . . . Vice President NANCY WAEDT . . ..., Secretary fun I N ,.-I 9 .X - M. R. TAYLOR Class Advisor in ' r SOPHOMORES .fo-4 18 'Y HOME ROOM 160 ROW ROW ROW ROW Klemp Kerr Joscor Kanter T Kostka D Kostka Jozuk Jones Kovach James Klennschmudt Kirk Kaatz Parach Kahre Juneau Krake Kankeltutz Kopplm Grace Krnenke Kessen Greta Krlenke Kresun Kn K I K I up-vu 'ryan .SKV - I g ap an refer Kraemng Kohnhorst Knapp Krne er Kleu K g nmann empt Janet Klemschmudt Pospychala 1 g 1 fx! 114 'Qi :itll l -ilvi' lxliiil 1 9'2- Q ii IBF? vw 1311 Ax-5 Y ...ve we ,ps YY! as fq 4 Q VV Y""' laiizll -X HOME ROOM 108 ROW ROW ROW ROW Richards Bochmer Cherek Cass Brezmskl Brockmeyer Beal Boruch Becker Brandenburg Braun Boese Baeseman Strelck Baumann Case Braeker Brendemuehl Betts Carpenter Beese Bergelm Brlnk Burt Connady Busalacchu Buerbrauer Carswell Campbell Benlke Breunug HOME ROOM 212 ROW ROW ROW ROW J Mueller Nuernberg B Mueller D Mueller Goretskn A Nelson Zemert P Muller Muchlng Mootz D Nelson Morgan Nltxsche K Muenchow Schuettpelz Novntzke C Muenchaw Nyland Myers K Muller M Mueller Muschmske Neuendank Nasx Nowntzke Narloch M Meyers Meverden Nordan Morse Neese -Sli All i K1- Xl Il I DQ YWHOYDYEK i I-,l19iQY'fsi5i!"!- 1 1 ""'t.:"'-an vi -, -.r 1 -va i'Q r . .V ' ' t 111, 1.-Ezfzllw F! 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Srl i fi attain-rw :sau 1lun-,wma lla? -wus: Wil 11 lff il IWFBS' 'Q ilwrz Klr L ,if-Q5 'N ROW ROW ROW IDI 9' L...lf tn B vs- l ICICI' l!'i1 17907 Si I lt9'UiMIi .!"'i cb Q D 'Old CARY! 1 lf' U 1 if V' V Mcrquardt McGraw Mason Manthe: Mayer J Morquardt Maohs McEachron Melanson Marek Manter Luedtke P Mathwnch Messxng C Mcthwuck Wesennck Manmng Meurett Marquis HOME ROOM 302 ROW ROW ROW ROW Schnllmg Schultz Seymour R Shra e Manlcke Muthnes Malek Marqucrdt Mcnecke Luedtke Blennert J Mcrquardt Meister Monson Meclkalskn A Mcrqucrdt Mcgrecke Schmolze Schloak Suppl Schwocho Schmtrler Schmltt Shoepke Seehofer Secvers Sendler Schroeder Schubrung Schultz Schcve Bohne Schmutzler Semercu Schultz B Schultz S Shrake Wnnsborough Beckman G Schmltt Schmidt HOME ROOM 206 LI lla 1 -11 my ll i 'r'- -1 HOME ROOM 203 3vw'I.L.Pl: J l HJ: Q Yu K3 ti -v-...c ROW 4 E Zammerman Znmlck D Worden Zunker Wrnght Wolclk Jcrnes Chrrstensen Znebell Wllson ROW 3 Woelfle Ruchurd Zlmmermun Rcdtke R Zostrow Robert Zlmmerman Zemke Yankouxkl Koczke W ROW 2 Wmetzkl J Zastrow Wolf Zrllman Strel Hegno Cordo Schultz ROW l Yesse Zumcnn P Worden Chlllo Gerlng Brzezlnskn oodword Ui x K ' Q Et . 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QA HOME ROOM 152 ROW R Goetsch Gusselman Foster G Goefsch A Graveen Goers Founfaune Garbnsch Froom ROW M Coetsch R Gnmm Graykowskn Gauerke T Goetsch Geese C Green Gartmann Gaetzman Graefe ROW N Green Hartwug Haemmerle Hanson J Grlmm M Graveen Glasel ROW Hansen Gruerung Gumz Hartmann N Graveen B Goeisch HOME ROOM 355 ROW Wasmundt Vought Venske W Wachholz Van Slate Stuhr Urmanskn ROW D Vnergutz Whmng K Wachholz Vorwalske Waller Wenland Wnederhoeft Werih ROW Walkowskn Whne Ufechi Weed! Wah Weak B Vuerguiz ROW Wadzmslu Weyneth Utech Warnnck Vachownak Wnlde 'N' 'IW f"FK."'! 11 14 dl ' f my Cs! '95 I' -4' 1 HOME ROOM 353 ROW 4 Tarncw, Sfarzmsku, Towle, Thomas, Umhoefer, Syrmg, Smnh, Tucek, Stoeterau ROW 3 Tmhn Urban, Sieckbauer, Tremel, Thurs, A Springer, Torney, Stanczyk ROW 2 Tolsch, Tesch, J Sprmger, lang, Thompson, Srernberg, R Thomas, Tranetzku ROW I Tollar, Tesberg, Trepfow, Tanck, Spatz, Sorenson 1 4 SOPHOMORES ROW ROW ROW ROW A: - il '5L'1r-er ig QS 'QEY N Sanders Rhyner Rxehle Salzwedel i of sq r!-uf UNK. 'uw-Y HHH fl- u. no lf Q 111 dnl!! ""'tui-q HOME ROOM 161 Prehn Weur Sann Ruchter Prahl Rrstow Ruechel Thorne Relsmann Raduenz Preuss Roemke Roddatz Prugge Seltzer Rmgwelslu Prost Funke Rusch Randall Rrlbe Shavne Raasch Post Roeder Radtke M Rhyner Rothmeyer Reynolds QL sl C!! 4 P 'X x Ofv 0- 1 111- J 1 M 'W' -4'1'!!lwa BR pl K0 if Q-. T10 P HOME ROOM 159 ROW 4 Hansen Hemz J Hoffmann Hanson Gut Hnldebrandt R Joecks Hrobsky M Hoff ROW 3 Grosskopf T Hagenbucher J Hagenbucher Hoerter Herman Hanneman Holz D Hoff B Hoffman Hendemann ROW 2 Huntz Hendrnckson Hlava K Hoffman Horn Kahre Jordan Johnson Holdrndge ROW 1 Guenther Kamnn Jenson Hoppe Huntze Holzem Josnger HOME ROOM A 4 ROW ROW ROW ROW Bartelt Guess Borden R Anklam Balz Adenk G Anderson lattrmer Allard Nnzlolek Judnth Anderson Albrecht Fust B Allman J Allman Anklam Jean Anderson B Anderson Adamskr Allen Archie Baken Arnett Bahleda Bohr ' ' ,,,1,:2 - ' Q h has . I . K ""' ' -,j " 94 . ag ,A i ' Un, '- N xx N . 'X X N I I Ig ' . . F 'sv' Q - , 7 l' , , Q T i . ' J 1 l l 1 " , , ' t . ' , 1 v- 'X 'I-W . P Y - l ,. A T v - l 'I D I . ' A. ' 'F X 1 Q H 4 ..f l . v' - v 4: , , ' , , A , , , ' . 3: ,,,,,, ' , , ' ', . 2: ' , , , A , ' , , , . 1: ' , , , . , , . , ""' -1' A A 1 - il bylb 'f fir' g5,,,,3 'V , , A 95 is ' Q ' ' 'L fir M " E -Y , - va- ' 1 - W' 5 . 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" , ' , , . 21 A , . , , , . , ', . lr ', , , , . ..CLASS OF 1958 9 HOME ROOM 102 ROW Duranso Ehmke Eggebrecht Feck Ernckson Erdmon Schmntz Drewek Foster ROW Felch Fisher Engebretson Fltzke Foreen Eckes Dvorak Fochs ROW Ermelnng Emernch Gcefzmcn Eusentroger Evenson Engels Behy Gorskn Bcrboro Gcrskn Gcrske ROW Genrach Flsh Engstrom Eruckson Flaker Geser Gcrves 7 'L Xin' """'-' all Nr HOME ROOM 201 ROW Abert V Laffm R Krueger D Krueger G Krueger Leulzke Lochneu ROW Lenard L Pune Lewrtzke Kromeu Krolrkowskn Lune Lake Lenth ROW Lerch A Krueger J Lochner A Kufuhl Lcnghoff Kunncnz ROW G Kufohl Lnnder J Krueger Lcsko Lcnghoff J Lcfun HOME ROOM 213 ROW Poeske Petterson Warren Olson Pophol Hcrder Pesfko Pledger Plehl Wcyr-e Olson ROW Osfrcnder ONerI Penn Pearson B Olson Parlsh Pugeon Page! ROW Pcrsch Pclesch Pospyhclo Opper Ponko ROW K Olson Opnchku Pergolskr Preper Peizold Polley 1 1 px 1 A 1 I J' , "-- !:1'1ff 1' 1 fl- K 'l . .' ln' 2 -, 4: ,- , , , ' , , ' , , . 3: , ' , , I ,,,, . f' . - f -- xx, r x -.XA .I , 1 . ' 1 A , f g : - , W HM 'H X 1 R I as., g f - , , . 1 p I D , eve , ' '1 'R g ,- V I I - .N ' c If r ,.- - "7 N ..- W ' - It 3 - . ' . -T 1 1 .v 1s 4-1 K L 1 .-I . ' 1 'f 1 A .- I 1? - , A KS - 'Y 1 - ' 1 ' 1 " " f ' 1 r.r' ,v w , --eff e f 1 V . . ,I i V 7 , A OH-'lf' PM 1 H ffl , ,gnu V ' 1. Y, - ' I x p ' 7 J- I I I ' A '.' 1 4: I , ', . , . , . , ' , - 4: , - , ,,,, , ' , . 1: . , ' , ', ' , , . SOPHOMORES "+ lays- 'll An? up wma L ,mg Y, ,My i la' wb -922' - "mf ml-T I U sri 'sf mf' ' ' ' WW I 'W um ' 3 19 rg My 3 sw 'rg 'ilf WEE 1 qi- 2x Huey A 3 Milla? J if ' Jil XJ 'P I W' mf rfulnw ws 1 27"-WF5' midi: fr 734555 fmlff W m"?Z'mJ lm' RFUQIK ma,-m f' ,img an 'V 'I if 1. 2 gig' . 4: ffrlllx Y I DUMB! . -fr '25, 5' Ulm! 253. PW fp Hi'- HOME ROOM A 9 ROW Cramer Dau DeT enne Cronk Czerwenskn Dehnel Clcrkcwskl Detlmcr ROW Eckerle Dalbec Wolf Denmnger Doly Chrnshonsen Ebersold V Edwards ROW Duranceou Collette Dodge Colo Drews S Edwards Chrusluonson ROW Cleveland Deltmermg Coushmcn Duelzler Dehn Culberl SOPHOMORE ABSENTEES ROW 3 Skolecke Scholl Weunkcuf Schlcg Nixon Kulcheru ROW 2 LoFove Schmulzler Lang Osswald Paul Teske ROW 1 Muenster Sense ro .mruoa YEAR O of O ff I X M l" I . 'l ujrw l 5- J.. 113. Q A , Emu.-5 O, I i-J , ,. v'v-3.1. .4 :gf 11? 'Q ,iw ,f Y F,,, A , r 7 I, .n 11, .5 , . .-,3.v'- "ff .71.j1f V 35:-Q. N.. . -lil., V . , I I ,L FIV, . 1 wh 'S 4' ' ' " ' as-1. -gy nf,-1' , ' ' R J- ik I ,F , 1 ' W - A O '1,4? l , .l t f ,Af A L aw' O p A, i L , .,.,: , -,,, , , A X , V. hzfi If I Y xx. mt. M I U aa 1 .f-:,,',wn, . . Fug wt ,, I ff Q f ! t 5 7 R ' I V l J .44 - 1 ' M , R H 1 l I ' . L 1 i Y A Q . I f I x , . A , K :A Af - . ' I .. " . . , gl , V , . 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A5 in previous years, the Junior Class did their part to keep our high School system running smoothly. Jun- iors could be found in our major sports, clubs, publications, and foren- Our elected leaders for l956 were sics. President Dick Dutrisac, Vice President Ken Brendeniuehl, and Secretary- Treasurer Janice Sillars. Class rings gave the Juniors a feelf ing of more importance. The style was excellent and liked by the maiority. Our rriaior social events were Junior Girls, and the Junior Prom. The work of many students and fac- ulty members made these events a suce cess, As we look back, our minds are filled with pleasant memories of this, our second year at Senior High. Our future and last year at Senior High lies ahead of us. We feel the class of l957 can handle with ease the leader- ship at Wausau Senior High. Dutrisoc, Sillars, Brendemuehl . Q - . J N. C. H, WESLUND Class Advisor CLASS OFFICERS DICK DUTRISAC President KEN BRENDEMUEHL Vice President JANIS SILLARS Secretary-Treasurer CLASS OF 1957 linux:-Qrnngvlzqw mn """'f1 f--an K! I l'r!Q up-0 E1L ggpgu, Ni' lil' gage p, PK! .ini Nb' 'N 3"'5"Si'rthl r .,,,,.,,.,, luv-warner W , DQ N5 new ' W: use we Mm' gggg it HOME ROOM 202 ROW 4 Komrn Hornung Hoppe D Johnson Holchkxss L Johnson Kennedy Jaeger ROW 3 Hess Kell Jones J Jackson Kannenberg Hussong Jacobson Hoefl ROW 2 Karen Jaerks J Jaecks A Jackson lmnngen Hlldensperger Hoff ROW l Jakubek Holzem Holubetz Radtke Jacobosk: Kathleen Jaecks , ST HOME ROOM 110 ROW 4 Duke, Davudson, Clemens Dulrusac, Weller D Cramer Delerl ROW 3 Carpenter, Cordc, Delnkowskl, Carney, Doepke, Dnckerl Caharl, Campbell ROW 2 Clark, Coley Chrlsluan, Wallace Callahan, Chrlslensen, Ceranikl. ROW 1 Cramer, Czech Cater, Dehnel, Degner . ...J-,f - , .. , .- 'Ying M ' .. . --Pi X 4 H., -5 ,,,:".,i ,T , " 43, 'fu L -av .5 , Ag, Hg va .NA . .,, ' . . ' A 5 ,. N. 15,1 'f WST" "' ' A flux 'R' 37 ' ' J, , ' 'Q fmt ..4.v,1 ,M . Luz. W Law: 'I vi lu t .4 QV.: v I A. dx ' ' J' J J C' vu sg s t X lv . 'M' d ' D., - n ' . I , Q . 5 Q- J - 9 1. . - ,V " ,X s 'J J Y' N K' - V 9 . 1 . ,. .. , 4 r , 1, J K x I . , x , . I - A v V . ' f 4 ' J . , I ,- : J .., ,"v.'-J il: 7 . Q- " 5 'J l . . . r ' RP Q x , f . 1 ll J 4 'J ' J ' 1 . - I 1. 1 1 2 ' . . . - A J ' 1 . , , . : I I I ' I I I y r 1 . - , - . ' , A , . . I I I I -1 , - v - 1 - . is - I , 4 . 1 X r 1 Q ., . 5 lr 6 L.-1-il' :ii iii! 'ill -I5 TDS hair! N "L-4 HOME ROOM 216 ROW ROW ROW ROW 4 Mogrecke Lemma Lewnvzke Luedtke Luetschwoger Levin Lonidorf Luchi 3 Loppnow Leprnsku Lodwng Longford Kurth Lenord elih 2 Kozrel G Krueger Kufoht J Krueger R Krueger Kueiher Slommsku La ln Le Blanc G Krueger Lone R Krueger Lawrence Marg JUNIORS 'AW Htl Qs WWW i LS N.. 9 M nf r xnxx N A . . I L W NO.. HOME ROOM 310 - ROW ROW ROW ROW 4: Weber, Kolpoclri, Triffin, R. Thompson, Wcnto, Kleinschmidt, Weynevh, Umnus. 3: Treu, Thompson, Sirassmonn, Strosser, Tranrow, Welton, Walsh. 2: M, Tessmer, Siohr, Thiel, Sfrey, Teige, Siruck. 1: Sfrei, J. Tessmer, Thurs, Sweet, Taylor. CLASS OF 1957 HOME RO ROW 4 ROW 3 ROW 2 ROW 1 L., ,X-, fe pa OM 107 Brendemuehl Borkmhagen Borchardt Buftke Bystrom Bloom Buch Burr Bates Beemer Beyer Buck Besle Brandi Boernke Bramer Brandenburg C Bluhm Brennan Bah! Bradenburg Borchard! Buntrock Bohlmcn Boerner Brmen Buchberger E Bluhm Beyer Befhn Blarr ' tx f N v-ff' '. ...l 1 X 2. is 3 'D 1 A 14:39, ' HOME ROOM 356- ROW ROW ROW ROW Wiederhoeff, Winnie, R. Zunker, Zulawnik, Zillman, Zahn, Zamzow. Yesse, Wolfgram, J. Zunker, J. Waliers, Wasmundt, Zimmerman, Zuch.e Wagner, Voeltzke, Wahl, Wekwert, Zastrow, Voge. Wyman, Weinke, G. Zunker, Walker, C. Walters, Wendi, Wimberiy. .JUNIORS sl-it 1 1 N in "7 7 HOME ROOM 156 ROW Marks Maotz Mohr McCullough Mcthnes Moeck Meurett Beltz ROW Montay Marnnun Mattuce Marecke Lutzke B McCabe Mctuszak Meurell ROW McMahon V Marquardt Lnttle Luedtke Lewus Marson McCarten ROW Kurth B Marquardt .I McCabe S Marquardt Madden E McCabe Londervslle 1 msn 531.111 'V GW 4-ks 3' 1 i in "ww i ai. HOME ROOM 207 ROW Erdman G Engebrecht Fraedrrch N Engebrecht Dudek D Erdman Edwards Erdmonn ROW 3 Fush Gehrnng Fcvell Fleske Dorn Felch E Fenhaus E Fen aus ROW 2 Fearson Flatter B Furmonek Foote Frantz Julaet Drews M Furmonek ROW 1 Fechtner Enstad Eckerle Fruck Duncan Janet Drews 4 I 1 .7 1 . . Y h I . v O ' O I t 3 X L 1 5 t tl t A- X 1 is C N Q x ' I - . h , t Q - . 'I' x '- 4 , 7 ' , t ? :Vr- t, X-Qu ::-- 'L ' 1 fx l r 5 ' J . x - X nk . ' ' N .lf ' -- ' A ' . le ,r .. ,, t . v , Q s 4- , . , , ' , , , . 21 , . , ' , , ' , , . 1- VN- . , ,..... ..... ' f- ' atv 'fi I "V 'IT 1 -Q -. ry . W it ,rf , W .sw L11 ' -In ' 'R' . A A Ju A Q . . 1'l . - fl -I: v ' H O . - Ae x - -' ' 1 , J - '. x Q ' 1 ' A . Y 1. K V Q x 1 W , ' xt-ss, - . ' , K B i ' . X l , , .K A 4 -'nf' .U U ' 13' fx ' 1 - Q . . I , ' 1 if 1 1 l ls ', 4 ,IL 1 'x e x 4: , . . ' , . , . . , . - CLASS OF 1957. Fi U-1 arm! - AW- Am is l id 3, 1-lu HOME ROOM 305 ROW ROW ROW ROW Tessmer Stone Schultz Sobkowlak Sherfmskl 4 S :van Tesch H Stueber Stem H Stxeber Feck Stre e Thomas Oestrench Sturm Sparbel Stark Stasney Stanton J Schultz Stecklnng Stephenson Schumacher Stenson R ornsky Sllars S ukup K Schultz J Smith Janet Sm: C1 X J-..- HOME ROOM 204 ROW ROW ROW ROW 4 Nnckel Nuelsen, N0mlnSk0 OSRYOVIIH, PCIIOWSKI A Oelke Junkerman Ortlleb Opal Paulman 3 Peters Page Nmnemunn Page! Muller Noss Nettzel Payzer 2 Oestrench Nyholm Mcbunuld lutl Meyer M Oelke Oldenburg Otto Mortensen Nmnomonn Mueller J Oelke Mucha JUNIORS 4:91 Umf' E111 mn M4 --'I '3'-' NW' un- l 1. Q A-.AQ 41 A ls 4Qjlj an 'YM' I I nw-L A D-4341 " "" hilt -fb 1 'Ui ei ""' QT il A X HOME ROOM 210 ROW 4 Hmkelman Holman Gresens G Hoffman Hoagland Graykowsku W Goeisch Haskm Hordnno ROW 3 Moy Hansen K Hackbarth Hagenbucher Hafeman Grade Halkoskl R Hoffman ROW 2 Grynnewslu Gease Helbruck K Hanson S Hackbari Garslu ROW 1 J Hackbarlh Y Goetsch D Hanson Gruenwald Haupi Hamerla Gavm "'l1!lA - 117' livi- Wh? W1 i 1 HOME ROOM 258 ROW 3 Peterson Schnllmg, Ruchardf D Pllsch Rokow Rohn Procior Kleuber B Plusch ROW 2 Schclow Rltchle Robbins, Radke, Pueshollo, Plcutz Rusch ROW I Pon Romrhun, Roeder Radon! Rasmussen, Rand? . . . V' u "itll 1' 3, 1-' A fm all V h ,- az-1. 'Q-sz'-.me .. ,V W V LW, .- ,.:::- d A ' ' - 1 -"" ' ,mg 11:9 . 1 J- 1: 1 - lf. .. A - . . , .. M I I, 3' Q . -A 5 fra' ' -1- ,... ., . -A ', - fi." 0,5 .. T ,Z - "iffy Q - ' ,O . - -. ' nn, ig' ' ' '. 1. 'av ' ' . 'M ' '-' ' ' Q- , v x. . . XR . 1 O . - , f " I ' ' , JN- ' 4 A f 1, C x , 1 I I . x X . Q - L I , 4 K ' ' , L 542 - 4 ' - ' - I ' , . - 'lf i s ' N O A - ... . l J ... '- f . 1 1 I ' I I .I ' I . 1 . . : I I ' I I I I I ' ' 1 ' ', , ' , . . - . '- I . f - , - , . , , ' - A N K 'mr '. W. " ""' --, 4 K ' Q Li- I, ' 4:-5 ' x '- ,gl ,F fx A , - ' 1 ' W N . Q A - ' . ' U1 , 7 1 - A' A ' . U Q . j tv " ln P ' . 5. . K 1 'K il A ..x - Q 1 L IV li' ' flu A fl - gg- 5 ' Q CLASS OF 1957 HOME ROOM 104 ROW 4 Bartel Anderson Hamerla Schhchl Bohr Bauer Akey ROW 3 Baumann W Ashbrenner Buchhuber Beck Amt Boker Be-Ike ROW 2 Bollschmneder Pospychallo Allender Adamsku C Baumann Bell Abvz ROW I Behnke J Aschbrenner Alldx Allen Benneit Albrech! HOME ROOM 211 ROW ROW ROW ROW M... 1 bit ,gr AK 'VI assault 1"'0 'F HQ-f-if 2' 4' QW! ili 1jF3L'X2".3f5 '7l'f4"i35'W ea-warmuas, W. msfmwulfw iff? .mg A QFSIQO HIM ll mlfmliiw' Ima! ' mamma 1 iff: HOME ROOM 304 ROW ROW ROW POW Salvador Schnobel Scheel Scholow Will "'f?!l8'l RQ' W3 'il ' J -'1 H388 ICWI if ABSENTEES ROW 2 Ruefher Krueger Rosemurgy Mnchel ROW I Krohn Lambs Schove agp-f 'HHH-if .CLASS OF 1957 Schmolze Sellmg Burnett Schlcns Sodke Schluerer Senoruckr Shannon 3 Sponsky Spatz Schmneden Schmndl Schull Schnelle Schulfz Kell 2 Sanders Suhr Andreshok Rubow Scherr Rohlof -fs Ohde Wild? 'Y,f' " S ME' if wiki! 1559 iz-C' K 1, 695.5 if -WSE .-Eh: WK gilalslir we-1' f 1.159 H5513 2E'JfM ll er PM ' ,C 1 , . 'A fnt- '-v I . 1 r i . l 6 ' 1 1 1 1 1 pn -fl ll ' I " Y , . A. J O l X . . ' Q ' Vi' F 1 I ' ,-4 1 V .9 . Q v 9, 7 , If I . . I l l Q 1 . X . . ,a , 4, V l , Q l ' 1 f f l I I ' 1' tl H v ,. 42 , 4 , . A , , . .1 - I r 1 1 1 1 I I I ' 1 , , , , , f . lr , , , , .hi J: N ,Iwi -uv 1- ---f- -' --- - ' 'A v-' ' , , , ,, V ., If--I-eg ,-rf" 1 H- , ,sf ' Q' 37'Q," fn' '," 'J ,nf r .' T 1"n:' . 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I , , n 51222293 Q av NI-my Q3 'EST X I lllll P . i 'g T is "f SENIOR CLASS OFFICERS Secretary V, 55V JQNEN President ,. ....,.. ,, ARNE SALVESEN Vice President I DICK BLANK 'M. W. BOTSFORD Senior Class Advisor O SENIORS . The graduating seniors of 1956 will always remember the three years we spent at Wausau Senior High - our last three years in school be- fore going out to meet the world. Every experi- ence we have had here will affect our future lives at some time or other. The test we will now face is whether or not we can make use of the knowledge we have acquired. Because we have the responsibility of maintain- ing the way of life we cherish, it behooves us to think for ourselves and to think clearly. We must weigh carefully all ideas presented to us and ac- cept or reiect them on the basis of their merits and . A Jg N-5 --P . CLASS OF 1956 not on preconceived preiudices. We must not be afraid to accept new ideas, but we must be care- ful that we do not accept them iust because they are new. Faith in ourselves and our iudgment may be hard at times but such faith is as important as faith in God and country. Without confidence in our own ability we would be as handicapped as if we had no ability. None of us is without the strength to succeed, but the will to succeed is a moge difficult virtue to command. Wausau Senior High has given us a good start in life but we must remember it is only a start. The .rest is up to us. I sENioRs. FLORENCE ABITZ - LEROY ALBRIGHT - Ski Club 2,3,4. Camera Club 2,3. Music Club 4. Industrial Designer. NANCY ALLDS - G.A.A. 2,3. Home Economic Club 4. Pediatric Nurse. DONNA ALLEN - G.A.A. 2,3,4. Stenographer. SHIRLEY ALLMAN - G.A.A. 2,3,4. Music Club 2,3. Beau- tician. EUNICE AMT - G.A.A. 2,3,4. F.T.A. 4. Music Club 2,3. Opera 4. Nurse. JIM BACKUS - Drama Club 2,4. F.T.A. 3,4. Student Council 3. Forensics 3. Spring Play 3. Opera 4. Intra- mural Basketball 4. Teacher. DAVE BAKER - Drama Club 2,3. Spring Play 3. Student Council 4. Ski Club 4. Forensics 4. Social Service Worker. JIM BARTHELS - German Club 3,4. Ski Club 2,3,4. Curl- ing Club 2. Football 2. Aviator. fr CAROL BAUMANN - Music Club 2. G.A.A. 2,3,4. com., missioner of Publicity - G.A.A. 4. Junior Gregg 3, Club 4. Homecoming Queen Candidate. Secretary. JEAN BAUMANN - German Club 2. Girls Glee Club 2,3 G.A.A. 2,3. Skyrocket 2. Wahiscan Business Staff 3,2 Junior Gregg 3. Senior Gregg 4. Teacher. H DONALD BEAM - Pep Club 2. Football 2. Hockey 2,35 Home Room President 2. Technician. ELMER BEESE - r.F.A. 2,3,4. Pfoiecisonm Club 2,3,4i' Stage Crew 2,3,4. Machinist. i ARLENE BEHNKE - Music Club 3,4. Junior Gregg 3. Sen-if ior Gregg 4. Secretary. WILLIAM SCHAEFER - conservation Club 2,3,4. tnmi.l murals 2,3,4. id.. NORMAN BERNDT - Wahiscan Sports Editor 4. Volleyf ball 3,4. Chemistry Club 4. Bowling 2,3,4. Intramural Zf 3,4. Math Club 3,4. Latin Club 2,3. Biology Club 2,2 Aviator. Q i 1',.' I 2 I.-' :Z of , lf: T' X I FLORENCE SHIRLEY JIM ELMER AS WE GLANCE THROUGH THIS. LEROY EUNICE CAROL ARLENE S3521 3522. STS Z'SrM The final year is completed and the 5f' 'Q , 2 Q. sweat and toil of the last three years is I .x Q' 1,1 'Q ' ' f' over. As we give our last best wishes and xi 6 S-Q farewells to our classmates and teachers, J we can only hope our past experiences will prove profitable to us in the future. I As we look back, problems which seemed Q so terrifying and complex at the time when they confronted us, now seem to ,Q lr 3. be mere trifles. Our only regrets may be I N that we wish we had put more work into 'S Z 'ts our studies and had participated in more activities during our stay here. We hope that we have reached the high standards and achievements set by preceding sen- Q iors and that Wausau Senior High will always be proud to claim us as their F Q graduates of the class of l956. ' if , - NORMAN BERNDT ' , 4 . J Q, 32 If CAROL BEYER A Home Economics Club 4. Telephone Op- erator. EUGENE BIGUS - Archery Club 3. Music Club 4. Mana- ger. MARLYS BILLINGS - G.A.A. 2,3. Music Club 4. Ski Club 4, Junior Gregg Sec. RICHARD BLANK - Latin Club 2,3. German Club 3. Stu- dent Council 2. Student Council Secretary 4. Football CLASS OF i956 MARVIN BONKOSKI - Camera Club 2,3. Pep Club 2. Junior Gregg 3. F.T.A. 4. Student Council 4. Certified Public Accountant. ARTHUR BORCHARDT - Cross Country 2,3,4. Track 2,3,4. Noon Hour Football 3,4. Noon Hour Volleyball 4. Farmer. JEANETTE BORKENHAGEN - G.A.A. 2,3,4. Ski Club 2. Pep Club 2. Stenographer. 2,3,4. Senior Class Vice President. Doctor. DONALD BLAREK - Baseball 2. Navy. CAROLINE BLENNERT - ARDENE BLOOM - G.A.A. 2,3. Junior Gregg 3. Home Economics Club 4.' Spanish Club 4. Clerk. DONNA BLOOM - G.A.A. 2,3,4. Ski Club 2. Physical Therapist. JOYCE BORSKI A G.A.A. 2,3,4. Pep Club 2, Commercial Participation Work. MARJORIE BOUSLEY - ALBERT BRADFORD - Navy. JAMES BRAUN - Football 2. Basketball 2. Ski Club 3,4. Architect. RICHARD BRAUN - Debate 2,3,4. National Forensic League 3,4. Lowyer or College Professor. K X -A Q CAROL DON MARV MARJORIE ...FOR THE FIRST TIME EUGENE CAROLINE ART ALBERT MARLYS ARDENE JEANETTE JIM DICK DONNA JOYCE DICK fe F ,. Q -. N J , A. ' T' . -2 1.2 - 5. It I ' I nv' ! f 4' I KS .N i Q? Q- N to . ' 'W i 4 1 '-'Q Q Q I? K W I 33 SENIORS... The true measure of the worth of any educational institution lies in the ability of the school to teach, not the three R's, but rather the basic principles of demo- cratic life. These principles are absolutely necessary if we are to direct our ever- increasing resources of power in produc- " ff., tive directions. We must know tolerance. ,P 0-J lg. 5' We must always remember that democ- 1 ' ,- f racy affords us freedom only as long as we do not use our freedom to rob others ' ' of theirs. A it l However, we cannot learn them in the if conventional way, simply because they cannot be taught in the conventional way. The only way they can be acquired is through day to day living in a democratic -L society. Wausau Senior High School is V . ng unique in that it supplies this society. ' '- . lax DICK BRAUN B A GERALDINE BOB CHUCK SHARON JOHN CAROL DAVE DENNIS DELORES BILL DUANE BEV DON JACK MARY CHUCK I' A I-rv' is 4 i ' QF ' ., 'L -' 5- 1 - Al GERALDINE BRENDEMUEHL - Junior Gregg 3. Music Club 3. Senior Gregg 4. Wife. JOHN BRENDEMUEHL - Cross Country 3,4. Track 3,4. Conservation. ' DELORES BREUNIG - F.T.A. 4. Teacher. DONALD BRONK - Astronomy Club 2. Archery Club 3. Chemistry 3. Research Scientist. ROBERT BUDNIK - Astronomy Club 2,3. Chess Club 2. Art Club 3. Camera Club 4. Ski Club 4. Commercial Artist. CAROL BUHR - G.A.A. 4. Teacher. BILL BUHSE - Football 3. JOHN BUSH - Football 2,3,4. Hockey 2,3,4. Track 2, 3,4. Golf 2,3. Secretary of Student Council 3. Senior Class Play 4. Pep Club 4. Salesman. CHARLES BUTTKE - F.F.A. 2,3,4. Proiectionist Club 3. Baseball 3. Musician. 4 DAVID CAMPBELL - Debate 2,3,4. iorensics 2,3,-if Badger Boys' State Uhrotar 3. Chess C.ub 2. Math Clul: 2,3. Chemistry Club 3,4. Spanish Club 4. Home Roo Secretary 2,4. Engineer. DUANE CHAIGNOT - Football 2. Cross Country 4. St Police. p MARY CHAPIEWSKY - Home Room President 4. Technician. SHARON CHELLBERG - G.A.A. 2. Latin Club 2. Club 3. Chemistry Club 3. Home Economics Spanish Club 4. - Club .1 Mui L Ger Club f DENNIS CHRISTIAN - Basketball 2. German Math Club 3,4. Student Council 3. Baseball 2,3. rotor 4. Aviator. 1 , BEVERLY CLINE - Music Club 4. Archery Club 3. GA! 2. Secretary. 'it .CHARLES CONKLIN - Pep Club 2,3,4. Music Club Bowling 3,4. Home Room Secretary. 1, . ' . 1.9-iff V .,,,.,,5,,.-vw V N 4 F ,gym 4. . CLASS OF 1956 'fi We , .ir 'fi ' 4 ,. " ' '57 .9 ' z Us if N X 4 fi' 2 fl' 'vu . 'l X 6' ,X I Vx 4' J? 3' ' - . .v- MEMORIES OF THE PAST YEAR ARLIS DONNA LOIS KAY 4. l 2' . J X --. ..-.- .... - M XL- A. COONEY L Latin Club 2. Serious Declama- JEROME DEININGER - Math Club 2,3,4. Latin Club 3. 2.3.'Drama Club 2. Student Council 3. German Club Accountant. Ch Cl b 3' SP ' 5 Club 4- Hom' Ecanfmlcs 'PEGGY DERN - Music Club 2,3,4. Junior Gregg 3. Senior Omlstry u ams M ' If omtor 4. Nu ' Gregg 4. Senographer. CORNlSH INE DOEDE - Music Club 3. Monitor. Book Club 4. Sufism - c3.A.A. 2,3,4. German club 3. F.T.A. 3. mg fQnomics Club 4. Forensics 2,3,4. Occupational I TERT - Track 3. F. F. A. 2,3. Intramural Bas- gr 34. Baseball 4. Spanish Club 4. Night Club Q FTMAR - Senior Gregg 4. Monitor 4. Office , g . 4. V55 A it if DONAHUE - Music club 2,3. Book club 4. K g ilub 4. Secretary. sm, My Q NELLY - G.A.A. 2. Pep club 2,3,4. Home 5 Mi if etary 2. Cheerleader 3. Spanish Club 3. Flag A if Astronomy Club 4. Teacher. SENIORS VIOLET DREWS Mon:tor 23 FTA 34 Astronomy Club 3 Danc:ng Club 4 Math Club 4 Teacher DELBERT DURANCEAU Intramural Baseball 2 Volley ball 3 4 Spamsh Club 4 Government Hunter GORDON DURANCEAU JUDITH DURANCEAU Mus:c Club 2 3 4 Jun:or Gregg 3 Sen:or Gregg 4 Stenographer KAY DUSTIN GAA 2 Home Room Treasurer 2 Mon:tor 2 3 Mus:c Club 3 Jun:or Gregg Club 3 FTA 4 Student Counc:l 4 Waugon:an Counc:l 4 Student Counc:l Secretary 4 Teacher DAWN EDELBURG Span:sh Club 4 Sen:or Gregg 4 Stenographer BETTY EFFA Mus:c Club 4 Sk: Club 2 3 4 G A A 2 3 Twlrler Model LAWRENCE EGDAHL Sk: Club 2 34 Camera Club 2 4 Sk: team 2 4 Bowl:ng 4 Intramural Basketball 4 Golf Team 4 P:rates of Penzance BUSIHSS Man TOM HARDELL Pro:ect:on:st Club 3 Curl:ng Club 3 : DIANE EPDING Sk: Club 2 3 4 G A A 2 3 4 Beuun, c:an WILLIAM M ERDMAN Basketball 2 3 4 Tennts 234 Student Counc:l 3 Sk: Club 3 Cross Country 2 3 Buff ness WILLIAM R ERDMAN PYOISCLIODISL Club Televtsw Techmclon JACQUELINE ERICKSON Sk: Club 2 3 4 Archery Cl 3 4 G A A H:gh School Band Leader JANE FECHTNER Sk: Club 2 GAA 234 Stude Counc:l 2 3 4 Cheerleader 2 4 Pep Club 2 3 4 Deco ratuon Commlttee for Jun:or G:rls Wagon:an Counc:l 4' Comm:ss:oner of Pep 4 Medtcal Art:st RUSSELL FECK Baseball 2 3 4 Pep Comm:ttee 3 Stu- dent Counc:l 3 Home Room Pres:dent 2 lntramurot BARBARA FIJAN Muslc Club 2 3 Home Ec Club 4 ' VIOLET KAY TOM 'i-in 'S JACQUIE THE WONDERFUL TIMES WE HAD DELBERT GORDON JUDY 1- AH ...Z l SL A " DAWN DIANE JANE BETTE B LL R USS LARRY B L BARBARA ,fn Q I ff. ff' Q T-if A X l' R 5 Q at 1 ff .,Z.f'E2f.--4-5 ly Xu .. s "" Q QQ c- lv " 1' Q fl is-my If' ,, K 1 : A - V , . . . . , . I - " L I , L ' - . - . U . . , . ' , . K . . t . , . . . L . . . . ' L 1 1 ' L ' . - ' n I I ' I ' I I ' 7, ' . . ' I 1 ' - l - I I D ' ' I I L I Bowling 2,3,4. Ski Club. Salesman. - - ' ' Q . - ' , . . .5 5 l -- if 3 4.1 L Q f, ...lp sf f X l lL - , f T-'wr-. K ..-md ,Ha ..,, - A , -Q f f A 1 1 65 a F :' ' gff' 5 X:: Har .I 1 Q 4 4 3 l 'V ' f i'-3, T i A' I B? . l hi X Lg: A Q 4 G-F J , , ' -vw A 3 ' 36 f L JACK FLAKER - Football 2,3,4. Track 4. Volleyball 4. .lcuyling 4. Bowling 4. Baseball Manager 2. Basketball qger 2 Chemlstry Club 4. Math Club 2,3,4. Pro- llgilonlsi Clbb 3. Chemlsl. 5fWlLLlAM FLANNERY - Biology Club 2. German Club 3,4. Latin Club 2. Track 2,3. Ski Team 3,4. Electrical Engi- 1 liliiers. - 5fggATRlCE FRAEDRlCH - Monitor 3. Archery Club 3. .pflncing Club 4. LUCILLE FROCHUCH - Library Club 2. Glee Club 2. Pro- 'iectionist Club 3. G.A.A. 3,4. Glee Club 3,4. Waves. EDWlN FROMM - German Club 2. Latin Club 3,4. Cam- era Club 3. Student Council Representative. Minister. HOWARD FROSTMAN - Proiection Club 2. Biology Club 32, lntramural Bowling 3. Music Club 4. Tophatters 3. J lTophatters Leader 4. Musician. KATHLEEN FUST - Home Economics 4. Beautician. lf JACK BEATRICE LUCY '-7 HOWIE KATHLEEN PAT 'T' BOB ROGER CHARMAINE BOB I E 'C ...CLASS OF 1956 RATRICIA cmeskl - Library 2. CAA. 2,3,4. Home Ec- onomics 4. Housewife. ROBERT GAUERKE - Baseball 2. Volleyball 3. Softball 3,4. Basketball 2,3,4. Prom Decoration 3. Machinist. ROGER GEASE - Home Economics Club 4. Navy. CHAVRMAINE GEIER - Home Economics Club 4. Office Work. ROBERT GEIER - GERALD GEIGER - Ski Club 2,3. Home Economics 4. V Music Club 4. Metal Worker. .LACK GENRlCH - Football 2,3,4. Baseball l,2,4. GLEN GERTSCHEN - Drama Club 2,3,4. Curling Club 3. Chess Club 4. Humorous Declamation. Teacher. DARLENE GLASEL - German Club 2. G.A.A. 2,3,4. F.T.A. 2,3. Skyrocket 3,4. Band 2,3,4. Dancing Club 4. Air Force. v"' GERALD THE ATHLETIC EVENTS JACK GLEN DARLENE E END Howdy thar fellars' The school yor IS ended Tme to say ye To the folks that we frlended So long to ole chemistry' By gosh you were fun E en ole physlcs Kept me on a run Then thar was al ger bre W th squar feet n ounces lNow wonder oh couldn t do lt Couldnt even pernounce lt l Course thar was hlst ry A comical class I swa that thar teacher Was bolder than brass' Calnt forglt gym class That shor was a chore lCouldnt even lltt m self Off a the floor Engl sh class too Was a mighty cocncern -Couldnt get those pomes To make sense wuth a durn Alla those thlngs An many besides Made ole Senior High Seem lus like a rlde Now the hay wageon s stopping An we re all leaving true But well watch her keep going Tlll she fades out of vlew 9 We DON BRONK X .. ! , l . .P -5:9 Gp! , Q Q, g Q! I 8 Z A '-- If S- xt X ,. t l' if . so alll -. A ...W TH Hnlvlzloe IS so 9 A C' f ' A ' . ' g n . . gl 1 i UB .. . 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From a wide-eyed sophomore to a sen- 9 5,4 ior singing "Hail to thee Wausau High" for the last time .. . memories of teach- ers and homework, school dances and dates class rings and class pictures term papers, equations, and chem- istry experiments . . . a football game on a crisp October evening leaving for a forensic contest in the morning when it is still dark . 1. the tenseness of a debate discovering on opening night that the many opera practices weren't in vain A . . . the ioys and sorrows of report cards feeling a surge of pride when the Skyrocket was issued the echo of your footsteps as you walk through the empty corridors after everyone else is gone cheering the basketball team on to victory wondering what the Wahiscan theme will be ... prom parties the thrill of marching in a parade Q ... last exams ... and finally, gradua- I tion and good-bye moments to re- member, our days at Wausau High! SUE HENDRICKSON 1 'Ca' X r O I, l .4"' 'if 4 JOSEPHINE CAROL M ,. , - r ,R -avac , .. ,M Q nf, sf . 'A 3 ,ad ,--ev ,Pfvv 0' ' ,av ,'Ai ina. 1 ,.,. X ....., hw'--wa R1 ul' ... 1 x . .- ' V ai A , - an , I ,-as I v .' ...- 'f fq A Q6 I 3 RONALD BOB DAVE THE MANY HOPS AND A HOST RODNEY JOSEPHINE GLENETSKI GAA 2 3 4 Latin Club 24 Progectionist Club 3 Glee Club 3 Drama Club 4 Social Committee 4 Skyrocket Staff 4 Wahiscan Business Staff 4 Class Play 4 Forensics 3 Spring Play 3 Monitor 4 Nurse CAROL ooisrscri G A A 2 3 4 if Gregg 2 .ifubrqry Club 2 Sr Gregg 4 Student Council 3 Secretary DANIEL SCHULZ Curling 2 34 Auto Mechaalc Slit- ciallst RODNEY GOETSCH F F A 2 3 4 Mechanic RONALD GOETSCH Art Club 3 4 Volleyball SFCQIQI gg DAVE 497 RICHARD NANCY LAVERNE .YH J? X 5 , 1 , Z ' V4 ' aw 0 r DICK DICK JOHN ELAINE Qu RICHARD PAUL GRENIER Art Club 2 3 4 Stage 2 3 4 Football 2 3 Armed Forces EDWARD GRIMM Biology Club 2 Ski Club 2 Camera Club 3 Curling 4 Baseball 34 Busmess R NANCY LEE GROSHR 6 AA 2 3 Pep Commlg Homiifconomros CNS 4 Sooklcppper LAVEUIQ GIIUENWAIB Cdnid align Club 3 XB ia 4 RM iisfrafao 'Y DGBN! RF SIB v 2.3fstaIeqvGl gUubq4lfgf'IQC!nYtb32u14 Stuclenffgu g lb if Aecitiflfwa mercial Artist V! ,mmm UMNQQ Haha glut? 2 F oyktf I ROBERT couussice F FA 2 3 4 caasafvae-gn Ctgbf 6 Fgnagtpillgzsm Samba!! 3. More F Aish 4 Forest Ranger 45 H DAVID GREEB Football Manager 234 a, g r re 593 its DAVE GRAEFE Aff Club 4 Masta club 4 satqimng ga Nunn Club 4 I-Iam, Ee nn Club 2 3 Monitor 2 Salesmanager or Teachen 55 Eifyfllinfeler GAEA f RK? ill 5 in Qi ll A A A-.ian ' J 2 ' ED JI a a . n Q X I 1 W fri? r , Q 'ul sg -f ", wa- -' l gnu I ,6 4, -, . xa.,4fA rl - . . . , , . , . K' , , . Il . . . , . . . . , , . ,F 4 . l . 4 l U ' ' a ' . . . ' . - . 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Basketball 2,3 Commrssnoner of School Affalrs 3 Student Connell 2 35 HARRISON Prom Decomhons 3 Armed IAININSR HAGENBUCHER GAA. 2 3 as A HALLMAN So G PQGIDQ mor with b A TWIG Football 2 Biology Club 2 Art Club mzmtm, gap 2'xs?.A'aAA isa '..,6:If 4 Curlung 3 4 Ska Club 3 Mechanical Engl UQ, ff s- ? pl. in WIKMAN Conservatnon Club 4 Dartball 4 Qu oiyl, I 9 ob Q. Q! U-W 45? 'IEW' 4 i KNN HEINRICH Buology Club 2 G A A 2 3 4 N lil? ll ig-4-A 13 3 Grill g Club 2 Art Club 3 FTA 4 Prom Decora Q qwfngiu, fl Q oemuttee 3 Semor Class Play 4 Teacher 1 2' Y H LER Football 23 Basketball 23 Base all 51515. h .H 8 M , 2 Club 4 Salesman in ENDRICKSON Twurlmg 4 Debate 2 Forensics 1 ll ocket 34 Sk: Club 234 Orchestra 234 1 I' b 3 4 German Club 2 Junlor Girls and Prom QQ e 3 Chrustmas Cantata 4 Opera 4 Sprung PQW lass Play 4 Nurse fn Ka Q DON I f . 1' T-I ' 5 QT ' 9 I 'T' X. 2 QT I., , -- 1 'QQX 13 ?2 1Qi y . . . ' ' ' - I , ' . . D . . K 5, fy .I If k I - . 5 ,C - P 1 ' , 2 .' - - he 'ff gl lair in if 5 3 f .' '. ., 5- .Ab ,V I 4, 4 ., .- Q , i in , .fi 5 y Y, . , . . I - - - -- ,,r Q - -, Q -'. zu: ' .- 1.5 .-4 1,:..g5w?.2L 13 y ul I ' C , - ' . . If 'f' '. , f 3 4 Hi as Alfa, -4:5 V? . I 'I If if 'E II I - A f - 'V I' t, : f S ' ff' I' I , I ' gr i ,L L' . ..M 5, til X - A k JP, - Amr - . . . . , , . f t, ,- ' -f I-f ' , I - ,Q L Mgr , - , - - - lt I- A tt... - ' ' 9? " ' ..'f "Kr ' '.?'9 " .I 'f"1 ., 1 'A E JE 1 K.: rl, 1 , at x ' - T - b . l -A "' ,- Erm a ti? , ' Z ii, fl k f . I , .- I Qt v , I A HI 1. A .. . ' 3 i t iii. ' 'Y I: ' Ili gn! ' 7 ' ' ' ' 4' L' V I 5 lic, :ig SIU r - 1 r '- l 1 r ' if Q- 5' '4 .H I ' fu 'F . 4 Iii ' V . . . ' l in itz Q46 gl F t .. ye CQIUQIYE . . . . QW, gi - -l, -nl 1,1 fi V . , , ,Q VQ ,I gig 'dk .rv ik, Im SUE HENNIG - Junior Girls Decorations 3. Pep Club 3,4. Ski Club 2,3,4. Twirling 3,4. Orchestra 2,3,4. Prom Queen 3. Make up Chairman - Spring Play 3. Christmas Cantata Cast 3,4. Prom Decorations 3. Wahiscan As- sistant Girls Sports Editor 4, Music Club 3,4. G.A.A. 2-, 3,4. Physical Therapist. JOYCE HENRY - G.A.A. 2,4. Library Club 2. Music Club 4. Drama Club 4. Theater Manager or Office Worker. TOM HERZOG - Volleyball 2,3,4. Track 3. intramural Basketball, Football, Baseball 2,3,4. Bowling 3. Cer- tified Public Accountant. MARY ANN HESS - G.A.A. 2,3. Biology Club 2. Junior Gregg 3. Chemistry Club 4. Research Chemist or Sec- retary. ROGER HIERONIMUS - F.F.A. 2,3,4. Conservation Club 3 4 Game Warden or Farmer EARL HILBER Volleyball 2 3 Archery 2 3 Chess 23 Ski 34 Hockey 3 Basketball 4 Ping pong 4 Math CYRUS HOAGLUND - Basketball Team 2,3. Senior Clesgl Play 4. Math Club 2,3. Chemistry Club 4. Tennis Tennilg 2,3,4. Skiing Team 3,4. Curling 4. DONALD HOFF - F.F.A. 2,3,4. Proiectionist Club 3,4, Farmer or Machineshop Worker. ELAINE HOFF - Home Economics Club 4. Housewife. J EDNA HOFFMANN -.Dancing Club 4. Secretary. JUNE HOOPER - Ski Club 2,3L4. German' Club 2. Drum, Club 4. Music Club 3. Student Council 2,3. Spring Plqy. Cast 3. Forensics 2,3,4. Nurse MARY HOPPE - Junior Gregg 3. Senior Gregg 4. Semi tary. JOAN HOYT - Ski Club 2,3,4. German Club 2,3. Music? Club 4. Prom Decorations 3. Orchestra 2,3,4. Elemenu l i l 4 4 l l l 4 l l 4 , 4 l l tary Grade School Teacher. A Qi DAWN JAECKS GAA 4 Junior Gregg 3 Home EQ onomics Office Worker S Ph T h JUDITH JAECKS German Club 3 4 Bowling 3 4 Mug Clence Of Ysms eos er sic Club 2 3 Skyrocket Reporter 4 Wahnscan Ad Sq- RALPH HINTZE Chess Club 2 3 4 Math Club 3 4 Elec llcrtor 4 GAA 2 3 4 Curling 4 Ski Club 2 Pep Clu 'HCCJ Ef'9'neef"19 4 High School Teacher SU SENIORS ROSE' lb DON if MARY 17 AND NOW BUT PLEASANT DREAMS JOYCE TOM MARY ANN ,4 bf 'I EARL RALPH ELAINE EDNA JUNE JOAN DAWN JUDY xii x Q14 1-""'9 U" gr- ff I , . ' , . , . . , .S , . . . - , I - ' Y' I . l . 1 I I . . ' ' - . ' . fl . ' .' , , . , . - . . . . , , . . . 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' 3 4 'X 44 ' fd -'S U 1 J it rf i ' 14 .- A 1 4 - if SHIRLEY JAEGER GA A 2 3 4 German Club 3 Nurse NANCY JENSEN Bowlrng 2 3 4 GAA 3 4 Archery Club 3 Monrtor 3 4 Home Economrcs Club 2 Latln Club 2 Beautrcran JUDITH JOHANNSEN F T A 4 Astronomy Club 4 Pub hcrty Commrttee Semor Class Play Psychologlst DAVID LEE JOHNSON Conservatlon Club 2 34 Ar chery Club 3 4 Intramural Basketball 2 3 4 Intramural Volleyball 4 Intramural Bowlmg 2 3 4 Intramural Swlmmlng 2 JACQUELINE JONAS G A A 2 3 4 Y Teens 2 3 Reser vatronrst MARLENE JONAS Skt Cub 2 4 Junlor Gregg 3 Sten ographer RONALD JONAS Art Club 2 34 Intramural Bowlnng 34 Wausau Educatron Weak Window Dusplay 4 Make up and Advertrsement Commattees for the Sprung Play 3 Propertres Commrttee for the Sensor Class Play 4 Commercral Artlst BEVERLY JONEN Musrc Club 2 3 Pep Commrttee 2 3 4 G A A 3 4 Curlmg 4 Skyrocket Reporter 2 3 Skyrocket Edrtor 4 Wahrscan Ad Solrcrtor 4 Secretary of Sr Class 4 Student Council 2 Humorous Declamatron 4 H R Secretary 2 3 4 Quill and Scroll Presldent 4 Hrs tory Teacher or Protessronal Sanger SALLY JOSIGER Jumor Gregg 3 Musrc Club 4 Secre tary DAVID KAATZ Band 2 3 Sparton H1 Y 2 34 Math Club 34 Bowlrng 2 3 4 Tophatter 3 Chess Club 4 Music Club 2 3 Chemrcal or Electrncal Engrneer ROSEMARY KACZKE Pep Club 2 lrrench Club 34 MUSIC Club 3 4 G A A 2 3 Y Teens 2 3 4 Newspaper Reporter EUNICE KALINKE FTA 3 GAA 3 Drama Club 4 Dancmg Club 4 Secondary Enghsh Teacher GARY KASTEN Brology Club I Math Club 3 Chemrstry Club 4 Astronomy Club 4 Chemlst JAMES KASTEN Football 2 3 4 Music Club 3 4 ology Club 2 Machrnlst VIRGINIA KASTENSCHMIDT Ska Club 2 G A A 2 3 4 Tumbling Club 2 Archery Club 3 Junnor Gregg 3 Sen lor Gregg 4 Student Councrl 4 Y W C A 2 3 Stenog rapher DONALD KAZMIER Aqua Club 3 Archery Club 2 4 Chemistry Club 4 Demolition Team 4 Natronal Guard 4 Frogman or Geologrst MQW CLASS OF 1956 " 'T' 0 3 SALLY X GARY FOR THE SENIORS THE JOURNEY NANCY MARLENE JUDY RON DAVE EV Os li? 4' " C7 DAVE M ROSEMARY VIRGINIA EUNICE DON O I started a walk one brrght sunny day The walk that sent me on my way The halls were long and norsy too They brought me through the doors to you At frrst rt was scary and l drdnt know lt s lots of work and keeps me onthe run But where else could l have such fun? When l came I sand a rather trmnd h But the hardest thrng rs to say a good ye l hate to leave you and start on my own Because to me you have seemed luke home avr ,D Q Q. " rest WAUSAU HIGH rs lust the BEST' ' ' - - I 1 - . . . ,,. I ' . ' ' l , , . . . . , s F ' A ' . - . I ' - 'i . - - I L ' . s . - . I ' I 1-r - . ' K - ' . I I ' ' - ' ' I I I Q I 0 - , I . , , . - . . ' "' - ,. - , - . . . . - . ' . . . 5 , ' I. I ' , ' ' ' - , ,. ' , . Bi! ' ' ' . , I I , . . . ' - . . . . , , . l' . I ' . r I ' ' . . . , . . , .I V . ,. H , I, .9 :T Ly X 1 -px 4 r - I ' im f: .. f-f Q a s I Jl B 'Il V HI S C H O Ll x .TCW-I I. N I 4' 1 I V X Q vm , Q 7 Qc, l ' ,gg 5 ' N 1 1 ,, .I 5. 5 s '- 5 f w I 2 N Q . . I . . I - - - .. il.. XX A If f I I I H ' I xx .1 1 K ,, , f, b ' ' .X -o .. ,. , I . La A . 1, ' s ' t Cl 8 -i . . However, lll always ay, luke all he JUNE HOOPER 4l S E N l O R S ' T' , A 0 o . ,ps ' as ,dw-,bv . A life-time friend is a prized and che yi ' ' t ' ' ished possession. Wausau High, you an T Q f . S Y Q u such a friend to me. ss 5' 4. ' Upon leaving, my thoughts are of n J 1 first acquaintance with you. From tl f ' earliest hours of my training and gui' A ance within your walls, l have felt warm and character mixing with my personalit making my person more mature. Q Many individuals have come and gon . fy I through your doors. Your walls nev vi Q repeat what they have absorbed, ho' . ,Q if ever, as each individual has left a r .X ' '11 membrance on your plaque of time. Yi occupy a permanent place in my hea Now at graduation, the climax of r L A gm Jwln A training in your hands, l leave your cc ' 'L ,Fi x ridors for the last time as a student a tri a comrade. I would like to say "Thar 1-I 5 fp you!" Yours was a great task. It was o SJ R9 that now is completed. You've mold , V' fx many minds and developed many pf '17, X ' sonalities, Wausau High, l'll ever be yc X J friend. .-' f Thankfully yours, CAROL BETTY JACK JACQUIE DEAN ELMER BEV BOB JULAINE BOB RON JIM ELLEN JENNIE DONNA MIKE .sf 13 ' A, Y f 0 . 6 , . .....,..,. .,,,. ., CAROL KECK - Pep Club 2. G.A.A. 3,4. MUSlC Clerk. il fi f ' DEAN KELL - Football 2,3,4. Track 2,3,4. 3,4. German Club 2,4. Student Council 3. Club 4. Bowling 2,3,4. Curling 4. Teacher. JULAINE KELL - G.A.A. 2,3. Junior Gregg Gregg 4. Music Club 4. Secretary. ELLEN KERR - Student Council 2. Baton German Club 3. Wahiscan 4. Chemistry Club In Anesthetist. it aerrv KERSTEN - Receptionist. ELMER KETTNER 5 ROBERT KICKBUSCH - Camera Club 3. Hotel Man. JENNIE KICKHOEFER - Home Economics 4. wwwmn-.. ,,.. . . , . .T JACK KHLMAR f Baskctbafl 22.3. Music Club 4 man. A BEVERLY Office Work U y A , Football 2,3,4. . ,..........,- . 'hm fe- """ .CLASS or 1956 ,., fl- 3. 1 f f 4 I' f ' ' . ..,2g,L y , V v-. 'T I A ll 1 , x . xp:-' gina .V ' .fgiflgi 2: wie , Q Q : 'J 4 E -2, . I , ' is 17 i FRED KEN CHUCK FLORA HENRIETTA BEV RON JIM CAROL BILL SHARON DIANA THE FRIENDS WE AGQUIRED HERE ROSEMARIE BONNIE MARY ANN VERNA A i - '5' 7 I vv 'Y FREDERICK KLUMPYAN - Art Club 2. Biology Club 2,3. Cross Country 2,3,4. Track 2,3,4. Art Work. HBQRIETTA Koenrm - Music Club 2,3,4. Spanish ciob 4. Modern Doncjfit. Skyrocket 2.3. Monitor 4. Student Council 3. Religious Worker. I V 1 CAROL KONKOL - Junior Gregg 3. Senior Gregg-34. G.A.A., 4. Secretary. I y -A izosswciue Korn. - a.A.A. 2,3,4. Mii5i'ei.Cm"3,4.i Student Council 4. Monitor 4. Office Worker. - icfnnfri-i icosmosxi - Archery 2. liology a. siiooif Metal Worker. ' , I , 5 , o niveau ninemsn - Music ciob'2.:. Monitor 2.3.4. Junior Gregg 3.'G.A.A. 4. Horne Economics 4.j1jcNra wiuum xmas: - Music Clubf.3A- Aquiiilub 3. SB Club 2,3,4. icuii Club 2,3,4. Prom comiiioo ,ciioiiiiioo Hockey Team 3,4. Tennis Team 3.4. 2.325435 Q4mdi2,3,4.- lawyer. L ', E A if if f A. U. jf IONNIE KRUEGER - Pep Club 2,3. G.A.A.' LDA: 'i 1 . CHARLES KRUEGER - Archery Club 2. Music Club 2,3. Curling Club 2,3. Curling 2,3,4. Cross Country 4. Chem- istry Club 4. Chemical Engineer. 5 RONALD KRUEGER - Archery 2. Football 3. Arts Me- dtonlq. x SHARON KRUEGER - Music Club 2. Ari Club 2. Astron- A . my Club 3. FLA. 3. Chemistry tiob 4. Mom club 4. A , - USKYYOIEIKQ 3,4. Teacher. I ,Kumi ANN KRYSHAK - sioociii Council 3. Music Club i -234. Qitjonomy Club 4. Pep Club 3. Dental Hygienist. . ZOROMSKI - Cross Country 2. Track 2. " uk Z.. s JAIKEQYUETHER - Biology 2. Astronomy 4. Homo Ec- Purchasing Agent. Q ' 2 W S 5 SUMNQQRUFAHL - c.A.A. 2,4. ski Club 4. Dental Assist- ant., troy gigggffic, w,,,i,,,, A . L, 5 A 5 35' A TWQJQQUNNANZ - G.A.A. 3,4. gi ' f . ' f A f si J- 5: 43 RONALD KUPSCH Biology 2 Chemrstry Club 3 Chess Club 4 Football Manager 2 3 4 Basketball Manager 3 4 X Ray Technnclan NORA ZIRBES German Club Pep Club 2 Junior Prom Program Commrttee 3 SC Decoratlons Commlflee 4 Chemrstry Club Astronomy Club 4 Psychratrrc Nurse JOYCE LAABS Music Club 2 3 Book Club 2 Jr Gregg 3 Sr Gregg Offlce Worker JERRY LADWIG Prolectlonnst Club 2 3 4 Bookkeeper ARLETTA LAFFIN German Club 2 Art Club 2 MUSIC Club 3 F T A 3 G A A 4 Chemvstry Club 4 Class Play Usher 4 Elementary Teacher LAUREN LAFFIN Conservation Club 2 3 4 F F A 2 3 4 Mechanrc JOLENE LANDGRAFF Cheerleader 3 4 Asst Fmance Comm 3 Drama Club 2 3 Music Club 24 GAA 2 Pep Club 2 4 Doctor s Receptronnst BENJAMIN LANDWEHR Auto Mec SHARON LANGFELDT GAA 2 Chemrstry Club 3 German Club 3 Musrc Club 4 H R Sec 4 Musrc Teach er and Performer ART LARSON Brology Club 2 Archery Club VP 4 Chemcstry Club 4 H R Pres 4 Aqua Club 3 Geologi- cal Engineer DAVID LARSON Camera Club 2 3 Musrc Club 2 34, Archery Club Pres 4 Wahnscan Photographer 234 Actlvrtres Photographer 3 4 Photographer DAVID LASZEWSKI Skt Club 4 Musrc Club 4 Busrnggg Manager DELORES LEININGER G A A 2 3 Art Club 2 3 4 Prom Decoratrons 3 Housewrfe MARLENE LEMKE GAA 2 3 4 Musrc Club 34 Gef man Club 3 Prrvate Secretary RICHARD ZUNKER Brology Club Pep Club Intramumlg 2 .Ir Prom Publrcrty Cheerleader Student Councnl 3 Skyrocket 4 Avlatton PATRICK LENARD Latm Club 3 Chemistry Club 4 Teacher SENIORS .1 RON WILL BE LEAVING US TO NORA JOYCE JERRY ,xx P N r If ,fv ARLETTA SHARON GO THEIR WAY LAUREN JOLENE BEN 'D L O x vt'-v L sc If 5- .iililn Y A 3' ART DAVE DAVE 94" Q u tv I I 'Y S 00" DOLORES MARLENE DICK PAT of 4 V L I Lf . 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LOIS LEVANDOSKI Musuc Club 3 4 Home Economucs Club 4 Saleswoman DORIS LEWITZKE Junuar Gregg 3 Senuor Gregg 4 Student Councul 4 WALLACE LEWITZKE Baseball 2 3 4 Hockey 2 3 4 Archery Club 3 4 ELIZABETH LIETZ Latun Club 2 G AA 3 Drama Club 4 Secretary DONALD LUETSCHWAGER Chess Club 234 Math Club 3 4 Home Room Vuce Presudent 3 4 Enguneer ROBERT LULL Football 2 3 Track 2 3 4 Chess Club 2 3 4 Cross Country 4 Enguneer MARCIA LUND Sku Club 2 3 French Club 34 Musuc Club 4 Student Councul 3 Home Room Presudent 2 Home Room Secretary 3 Nurse RICHARD MALONE Musuc Club 234 German Club 34 HR Vuce Presudent 2 HR Presudent 3 Busuness Owner KAREN MANICKE Buology Club 2 Student Councul 2 3 .lunuor Gregg 3 Senuor Gregg 4 Assustant Comm of Finance 4 Class Play Costume Comm 4 Secretary ROGER MANOWSKI Prolectuonust Club 2 4 Account an GRACE MANTHEI Musuc Club 3 Spanush Club 4 Re ceptuomst MARLYSS MARCOTT Student Councul 2 Pep Club 2 34 GA A 2 3 Cheerleader 3 French Club 3 4 Nurse CAROL MARKOWSKI Sku Club 4 Secretary CLIFFORD MARQUARDT Prolectuonust Club 2 4 Base ball 34 Basketball 2 4 Math Club 4 Home Room Vuce Presudent 4 Aeronautucal Enguneer JAMES MARQUARDT Conservatuon Club 2 3 Football 2 Baseball 3 4 Basketball 4 Camera Club 4 Drafts man SUSAN MARQUARDT Student Councul 34 Junu r Gregg 3 Semor Gregg 4 Musuc Club 2 GA A 2 3 Skyrocltet Busuness Staff 3 4 Dental Assustant LOS DORIS WALLY BETTY S fn DON KAREN CLASS OF 1956 ON THE PLEASANT JOURNEY OF LIFE BOB MARCIA DICK 'UQ' of x f 'Og X4 ROGER GRACE MARLYSS 1 ks CLIFF M SUSAN I LIKE OUR ausau Senuor Hugh udutoruum nuque class rungs enuor class dmunustratuon nder classmen ILL MISS THOSE mules everpresent nthusuastuc Tophatters umerous all school actuvutues ncomparaole sports seasons Q e bnoxuous odors Thurd Floor ehearsals for band, orchestra, twurlung, class play -u 2 ' L REMEMBER THE u es of my hugh school days I ndlvuduals untellects and otherwuse G ala dances and proms H appuness l've had here at all tumes un all ways and un my memory ut wull al ways be "Forever Wausau Hughl" 1 MARILYN MATZKE . . A , - I , I i , . . . . , . U Q . , . . - . I ' . - . I . .O x - H" 6, 1. - f X :IQ " Ai. ' I . Il 5 4 .' V A . . 'ec ' I. 1' U l. l M I' I Q. N? as ,A 5 X ,r sd s 5, -X A .. . NN ' U I 4 I . S ' ' . 'A E ' ' . N - 1 we - of I I ' , ' 4. Q7 O . - . I fs A Z' .5 R n ' Q sc 'J yy uu . . . -4 ' .i c'.x..., H . . ' ' . 45 SENIORS . .. W! I, Pat Rahn, a member of the graduating class of "56", do make and declare this my last will and testament. ,X S To all up and coming under classmen I Leave: The anticipation and excitement of the first day. , . Our beautiful and well-kept campus and build- ings. . . fThanks custodiansll The wonderful and helpful faculty, both new and old. . . The confusion of making out class schedules. ,, K -Q All anxiety and disappointment that goes with T receiving report cards. ., x me wc Extra-curricular activities - debate, forensics, f sports, clubs. ., 3 lr, i. The excitement and gayety in attending school dances, especially Junior Girls and the Prom... My place at all baseball, basketball, track, and football games. .. The school song and all vigorous cheers. .. The varied entertaining assembly programs... WAUSAU DAY... v oon ur nces an t'v' 'es. .. 2 My copy of f t e Wah scan a d Sky ocket a o e an com me es o Wa sau Seno Hgh as my e ec o I cha e t m e y ma g a e ng th hgh sto dards set by e decesso s AUDREY LARRY MARILYN PAT RAHN L t. f fg , 1 ."t' .. ' ' 'Sw ' -or is 2 1 :lf I? .Q 1 4 Q . , Q 5? N E9 Q c ' w A N cv ARDIN ART MARILYN RUSS GRACE ARLENE JANICE ANN WE WONDER IF WE SHALL EVER SEE MAYNARD WARREN SU AUDREY MARTEN G A A 2 3 Salesglrl LARRY MATTI Camera Club 2 PYOIECIIODISI Club 2 3 4 Curling Club 34 Wahlscan Staff 4 Certified P tl: Accountant MARILYN MATZKE Ski Club 2 3 Music Clib 2214 Chemistry Club 4 Twirler 2 3 4 Junior Prom C9 5, ANDY ef ,g'w'-A, r'5 Xb WARRB4 Memes up cm 3 sk. club 4 ARDIN Mifune Pfelecnomrcwn, 3 vsuaybqu 3 4 ARTHUR Misuse Progedroniif Cm:-,gi MARILYN Minsk Dram cms 53 Q new ous 34 umm abpwfs 1 h kvlnilvv Plan owe 4 st-iq-in ' Chairman 3 Senior Class Play 4 Skyrocket 3 W T? f 3 4 Social Committee 4 Nurse Anesthetlst I La Gaiman club art Airman of Junior H1133 Spanish Club 4 Salesman 3' 'nm anht 3 l MAYNARD MCCALLIN Prolectionist club 2 slatlgi 2 2 4 0 4 Q M- ELIZABETH MCCARTEN sk. Club 2 3 4 G A A Q. Mm' """""""" "0" ish Club 3 Astronomy Club 3 5 4' cabin.. Make' Q JANICE Mccuuoucu Mustcciub 2 sk. ciu Mm' AEDT 9+ 2 Club 3 Spanish Club 4 Secretary w'4H.m. C n ANN MCDONALD sfudenf Council 2 Music C QWEM09 ti Q Home Room Secretary 3 4 Ski Club 2 3 4 So ft: Hu sta N ho da d aciiti sg YQ Ay ff uur i n r s... ' 'f ' I hereby pp int th up d ing mbr f u ir i x utr. rg he with th responsibilit of intainin nd bett ri e i n th ir pre- r. LIZ E 4 F Q - - Q 'R ": J? Y", Rf? '71 - 'fer . V A . - - . -ft I . . ' , I . ' ' D , I-,,t. V ,sts . - ' Lt 5,1 ' M It - .2 I iniiii 4' I if E "fa "' Q1 ' . ' . - .I I . Lv ix lil' I D l I I - . - Q'-5: igsv , :X X 'Z iv . ' . . il is ifflli, A ',g,g',1' 'X S' . . A ', In 1 ..-': 'Aa 4 , , A lil' - ' ' iiflg 'li' 'Q I . 1 mfswxi ' , , ' ' ' , I Q ' . vAI'f. -'l' i Qvwii' ,."Q.gfi .Q 1 w ij .ffglg 2 I .4 V Y . V 15- A ts V A gm. tif f, . A 1- A . A.. .. it A tlntl. lil 1 ll llllllll. ' ' all sv 42 .,y, l AJ ' . r ,, J' , 'a " . 1 ' I v t' 'A' N. x I . ,L xg V, .- lr V T -m TL . , sm T . HQ, if e-8,-A 9 :e 15' N 1'-f nv - 1' 4 -f' SUE GARY SKIP JO ANN KEN DARLENE JANICE MARY ELLEN MAXINE 4, .CLASS OF 1956 ff' 4 ,r 4 4 ff .r J 1 ,1 - Z L v ,Q dx S0 . X 4 rl' F X ' Q M X X' ' .6iNaY N -1 DONNA RON TOM THOSE PLEASANT FACES AGAIN DICK GLADYS N. JANICE MORTENSON Llbrary Club 3 FTA 3 Sec retarual Work MARY ELLEN MUELLER Skyrocket 2 Art Club 2 3 Prom Decoratnons Commnttee 3 Sprung Play Commattee 3 G A A 2 3 Camera Club 3 Semor Class Play 4 Waluscan 4 Semor Gregg 4 Medrcal Secretary MAXINE MUELLER Dancing 4 Monitor 3 4 Horse Tralner RlCHARD MUELLER Math Club 2 Drama Club 4 Glues: Club 2 4 Aqua Club 3 Skyrocket 3 Wahlscan ZA ull Pres 2 3 Forensacs Class Play 2 3 Debate 2 3,4 Sprung 'lily 2 3 Student Councll 2 3 Bowlong 2 3 4 Golf 2 3 4 Curlmg 4 Prom Comm Chasrman Corporalron Law SBE MUBICHOW Music Club 2 3 4 German Club 2 FTA 4 Bland Orchestra 4 Teacher GARY NATM. Swimming Club 2 Praieslwffltt Club 9 mlyrghhon Club 4 Navy Pk!!-tmcx Nason stage crew 3,4 Gerriun club 2 Sltyragll Sports Edrtor 4 Art Club 4 Home Room Freud lawyer NANCY RICK GLADYS ZIMMERMAN FTA 34 German Club 3 Drama Club 4 Teacher JOANN NIELSEN Biology Club 2 Sk: Club 3 House wufe KENNETH NIELSEN Conservation Club 34 Archery Club 4 Carpenter DARLENE NIENOW Student Councll 2 Muslc Club 2 3 Housewufe NANCY NIMZ G A A 2 3 Comm of Finance 4 Secre tary of Jumor Class 3 Sk: Club 2 Archery Club 3 IHSQ Day Candidate 4 Prrvate Secretary DONNX NINNEMAN Spanish Club 2 Lnbrary Club 3 Junior Gregg 3 Book Club 4 Orchestra 2 3 4 Labrary Work 2,3 4 Monitor 3 Cafeterra 4 Mlssronary RIALII NIZIOLEK Sk: Club 2 3 Math Club 4 Chess Clu J Electronlc Engineer NOWAK Football 2 Sk: Club 3 NUERNBERG Latm Club 2 3 Student Councol 2 Math Club 3 4 Football 2 3 4 Basketball 2,13 laseball 3 4 Uthrotar Treasurer 3 DeMolay 2 3 4 lgdger Boys State 3 Certified Public Accountant j . A., -f V 6 1 if ' 1' I , Lq ng, if I , S 5 . 1. M .". . H..v'i - . .. . . vi lv V 1 0 gi L 4 CQ gg' ' . . p W AYPA , ' . 0 gr Q, n . . ' .' 'K V .' . , K 1 I ' .V V- 4. , . I I 1 -I I ' fix ,GU fn-'ff xv SENIOR STARS ecd g Co ner Cock H 0 W new .1 Q' Mos? A I e Mos! Colorf I Mos? E e get c Mos! Scholo ly Q3 1, V w--v DON BRONK PENNY SEIM JIM BACKUS NANCY NIMZ DICK ZUNKER JANE FECHTNER DAVE OBEY DAVE CAMPBELL LOIS WOEHLERT sf RVN li L... if .I ff- I in X ,I I I I I 'I l"' R i ,, V ' 4' 0 f R in u I I wise-A I C iv ......I4,.,,I.......,.,,.I,. NANCY wsnswsn Q , Q X I A V' .. I f - A Q ' w-.7 f. G' X. XG 'Q' '77 CLASS OF 1956 Recdung Clockwnse Best School Cuhzen Mos! Ambmous Most Pleosung Personcllty Mos! Lnkely To Succeed '33 .XA GLEN SILVESTER JEAN SORENSON BEVERLY JONEN BILL SIEBECKER KAY DUSTIN NEAL JACK JEAN DICK THORPE BUSH SCHEEL WILKE '. 'U 4 5 .ir V s Mos! AIhIeVic,, ............,........... JULIE SWENBY 6 f I Q 'E as 1- fx -gig.. J 1 , ,, I- X , Y P v 'Ii i' WALTER NUSSBAUM - Conservation Club 2,3,4. Out- door Worker. DAVID OBEY - Student Council 2,3. Spartan Hi-Y Club 3,4. Uthrotar 4. Class Editor of Wahiscan 3. Editor-im Chief ot Wahiscan 4. Editor of Christmas Issue of Sky- rocket 3. Reporter on Skyrocket 4. Choir 2,3,4. Quill and Scroll, Vice President 3,4. Youth and Government Conference 3. Lawyer or Journalist. DONALD OELKE - Salesman. ROSEMARY OESTERREICH - G.A.A. 2.3.4. Pep Club 2,4. Girls Glee Club 4. Home Room Secretary 3,4. Ski Club 3. Math Club 3. Monitor 2,3,4. Skyrocket Reporter 3,4. Dental Hygienist. BETTE OLSON - Biology Club 2. Junior Gregg Club 3. Senior Gregg Club 4. Secretary. EUGENE DAVID OLSON - Proiector Club 4. Draftsman. DONALD OTT - ALLEN OTTO - Bowling 2,3,4. Intramural Basketball 3,4. Air Force. f' WALTER ef' . . JAMES orro - ski Club 2. Musto club 3. Conservafio' club 3. Football 2,3,4. Hockey 2,3,4. Track 4. Ettgattm, KENNETH PAGEL - F.F.A. 2,'3,4. Conservation Club 2, Policeman. . LEROY PAGENKOPE - ig SHIRLEY PALMER - cttomaotty ctoo 4. Drama Club 4. sof cial Worker. 1 NED PAPENFUS - sosobon 2,3,4. Cross Country 2, stil Club 2,3,4. Music Club 4. Archery Club 2,3. U MARK PARISH - Basketball 2,3. Golf 2,3. Ski Club Curling 3. Senior Class Play 4. Vice President of Junigfi Class 3. Businessman. M LOIS PATEFIELD - Student Council 4. Feature Editor Skyrocket 4. Quill and Scroll 3,4. Reporter on Skyrockeit? 3. Senior Gregg 4. German Club 2,3. Stenographer. JOAN PAUTZ - GAA. 2. rutoto Teachers of Americqti 2,3,4. German Club 3. Music Club 4. Wahiscan Index Editor 4. Gifts' Glee Club 2. Choir 3,4. Home Economics? Teacher. f BETTE OUR GRADUATING CLASS WIL DAVE DAVE ROSEMARY 1 iw, DAVE DON ALLEN P L M NED CONFRONTE KEN LE ROY SHIRLEY Y"'P MARK LOIS JOAN Isl G ii y ig.. . .J .4 ge M 7. 'W 4' ti. I ' 1. ft t' l JI B E sg s fb N 1' le " f I 'in fp if if 4: of Y . A f - H f E Ls ' b Q 'L ' si S ' .1 .4 V .A A.. 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',-1 F Z1 I .f I ffi A 4 for i 'Q' eo , WILLIAM PAYNE Latsn Club 3 4 Mussc Club 4 Tennss 2 3 4 Basketball 2 3 4 Football 2 3 4 Home Room Otfscer 2 3 Uthrotar 4 Wahsscan 3 Salesman or Jour nalsst PHYLLIS PELOT Pep Club 2 3 G A A 4 Sensor Gregg 4 Beautscsan DOROTHY PERNER GAA 2 3 4 Latsn Club 2 Mussc Club 3 Home Room Treasurer 3 Home Room Pressdent 4 Nurse WILLIAM PEROUTKA Bsology Club 2 Art Club 2 Cross Country 2 Track 2 3 4 Conservatson Club 34 Intra mural Basketball Accountant RONALD PLISKIE Drama Club 24 Sprung Play 3 FTA 4 Monstor4 Sensor Play 4 Accountant BARBARA POESKE GAA 234 Dancsng Club 4 Monstor 3 4 Receptsonsst LUCILLE POESKE G A A 2 3 4 Junsor Gregg 3 Sensor Gregg 4 Mussc Club 4 Typsst for Skyrocket Band 2 3 4 Stenographer GRACE POI German Club 2 FTA 24 Skyrocket 2 4 Pep Commsttee 3 Spanssh Club 4 Teacher ROXINE POLEGE GA A 3 4 Art 4 German Club 2 Dram Club 3 4 Pep Club 2 Student Councsl 3 Sky rocket 3 4 Class Play Commsttee Chasrman Home Roorr Secretary 234 Declamatsons 23 Geophysscal Engl neer PHYLLIS POROSKY Home Room Secretary 2 Latsn Club 2 Candsdate for Track Queen 3 Home Room Pressdent 3 Candsdate for Wausau Day Queen Home Economscs Club Nurse JEAN ANN PRIME G A A 2 3 4 German Club 3 Mu ssc Club 3 FTA 4 Drama Club 4 Wahsscan Staff 4 Class Play Commsttees 3 4 Wste GARRY PAUREAU JO ANN RAASCH GAA 2 Junsor Gregg 3 Sensor Gregg 4 Secretary EUGENE RAATZ Chess Club 23 4 Math Club 3 4 Engsneer EDWARD RADANT Prosectsonsst Club 2 34 Bsology Club 2 Baseball 3 Student Councsl 4 Bussness Teacher BEVERLY RADKE G A A 2 3 4 .lunsor Gregg 3 Wau gonsan Councsl 3 Sensor Gregg 4 Receptsonsst 1 L,.4l 6 PHYLLIS DOROTHY B -Z f 6 3: .ft 14 RON WIT BARBARA LUCILLE GRACE YS! 'vs .. ROXINE JO ANN H MANY UNPLEASANT HARDSHIPS PHYLLIS JEAN GARRY -13 1 ,A -' .av F v . lf,,,3 Q, ,. 0-Q! 1 'E EUGENE EDWARD V Every tomorrow has two handles We can take hold of st wsth the handle of anxsety or the handle of fasth So sasd Harry Ward Beecher To each member of the Class of 56 ,1 I say thss We ve had our fun here and now as we prepare to qust these halls we ve come to know so well our msnds are lske bulgsng warehouses burstsng wsth memorses We re done here now we ve had our day' Now rather than look back wsth a feelsng of sadness look forward wsth confsdence a confsdence born of fasth sn ourselves our country and our God I ask you thss' Where wsll each of us be twenty fsve years from now when we open thss book to thss very page? What . purpose wsll we have accomplsshed? Wsll we be dosng our part to busld a better Amersca sn a better world? Wsll the chsld of world peace be yet full grown? Wsll we be able to say, "The stars shone on the class of I956"? Let's move forward wsth hope and con fsdence snto the unborn tomorrow' -.1 NZ. 1 DAVE OBEY SI ' I 1 ' I - I - . . . , . . . , - 1 1 - 1 1 ' C1 . . . . . - , . . . - I , , s ' . . . , , 1 . . . ' I ' I . 1 1 . I 1 . - I - ' ' 'l ' I ' I ' ' , . . . - ' . . . , , . . . ' ' I , . . - , , - , - ' . - . , 1 - . . . ' . - o , ' 1 1 ' 7 . - . . - - b I 1 I . - . . , . I - . '. . , , . l t - ' fr I g I 1 ,,,,- -..,..-- . s Q, I K '- dl if xx- is I -.-:P rf,- X U 14 g f , , pg .J l NYM f ' ' BILL Ill. BE -5 ss l ' - I ' .. 1 Q-' - vs 1, . ,J 9 5 ' , - w 9 .. ,. "4 'bl lx - 1 C v 1 1 , . I ' , A I 1 1 I fl . . I . . ,il . f f ' . 1 n ' .L . I . . s ...lf -. y I 1 1 - N4 " . - ' ff SENIORS I ak, a ' .Y e . if ak' a h 5 y I ' o ao, 't alpeo ' 'so . ak, , goussca 'dbate I .c. I. , That offe ' tho 9 . cog . . A apo'e lo. ha k o the good k ds the la The bo d t as Hghge stofall ha 94" ogh o od hee edhps JEAN SCHEEI. NANCY PAT BOB Niv- LOIS NANCY DAVE RAMONA EDWARD CHARLOTTE WE HOPE THEY ILL OVERCOME THESE WARREN PHILIP NANCY -, sf ROGER ARNE JOAN LAURA NANCY RADTKE GAA 2 Junior Gregg 3 Senior Gregg 4 Stenographer PAT RAHN Skyrocket 34 Wahiscan 34 Student Council 2 Latin Club 2 3 Math Club 3 Drama Club 4 Art Club 4 Top Hatters Show 2 Make up Committee 3 4 Quill and Scroll 3 Social Worker ROBERT RAKOW Football 2 3 4 Volleyball 3 4 Math Club 23 4 Conservation Club 4 Progectlonist Club 3 Uthrotar 4 Aviation WARREN REETZ Prolectiomst Club 3 4 Biology Club 2 Auto Mechanic LOIS REISCHEL GAA 23 Junior Gregg 3 Senior Club 4 Music Club 4 Typist for Skyrocket 4 Noon hour dances 2 Stenographer or Beautician DAVID REVIE Biology Club 2 Chemistry Club 3 As tronomy Club 4 Forest Ranger EDWARD RIEHLE Track 3 4 Bowling 3 4 Cross Coun try 3 4 Chess Club 3 4 Accountant PHILLIP RILEY ProIectlomst's Club 2 3 4 Biology Club 2 Stage Crew 2 3 Astronomy Club 4 Electrician NANCY RINGWELSKI G A A 2 3 4 Pep Club 4 Junior Gregg 3 Tophatters Show 2 Senior Class Play Ticket Committee Private Secretary RAMONA ROEDER G A A 2 3 4 Beautictan CHARLOTTE ROLNICKI G A A 4 Home Economics Club 4 Junior Gregg 3 Housewife NANCY RUBOW G A A 2 3 4 Prolecttomst Club 3 Stenographer ROGER RUBOW Bowling 234 Intramural Football and Baseball 234 Intramural Volleyball 4 Archery Club 4 Accountant. ARNE SALVESEN Math Club 2 3. Uthrotar 3 Chess Club 2 Chemistry Club 4. Football 3 4. Basketball Man ager 2 3 Curling 3 4 Hockey 3. Debate 2 3 4. Student Council Vice President 4 Engineer JOAN SALZER Home Room Treasurer 2 3 G A A 2 3 4. library Club 3 4 German Club 3 4 Pep Club 4 Foren sics 3 4. LAURA LEE SALZER G A.A 2 3 4 Archery Club 34 Chemistry Club 4 Physical Education Teacher N u ,Q rf X Th n s W usau High ou sure hav been swell ' 5, I 1 " J In so many ways I can t start to tell 4 ,J I ' Th n s first forthe le :hers who elped u to se v l Not only our studies, but what lite should be S5 The ma ded us not into sch lars I ne Q But ln o re ple with will l our own k Th n s too forthe r p u h s music, e , L nk Sports Public tions lust a few to relate ,Q X i N red us a place in a world of new ught N f -. K ' A In which was re nized the skill of each one xx v.Q X ' 'sk In helping produce r I ct we I d ne k J And t n st r i , ughs, and the fun. , ners we've pulle and he smart things we've done. I A Thanks tor the football games, the Prom, the big date. " 4, I Here are some things that made our ye r at 4 Wausau i r at. ' Mo , t nks, for the friends we've made here. 1 it if A 1 Thr u all tour lives we'll h l t s tri n s i dear, wr fi "fig Q F4 . 4 S Y- F. 4 A ',1 W . .- ' A . I- 'Nw . ' is , - ' w- i J' ' ff' x I A ' . . Q . . . I ' . . . , , . - . - I I ' ' . . . ' . . , . . . ' . . . ,. , . . I ' ' ' . ' r 0 Q 0 n ' D I I ' 1 - ' . . . , , . . I . ' I I - - . . ' In o u c - D I I . . ' 1 - - , , . . ' . . . , . . - I , . . . ' , , ' ' ' I ' I ' I r ' ' ' , . . . . , 1 ' , . , . ' , . , . . ' I ' I ' ' I F rj" ' I i , , . . - . . 1 1 . r ' . I A-. , . . . . . I , Q. gl 2 -ll W K U IEAN BOB M -9' C' ,, 4' I' Y f 1- Q" ' X 1 -K4 cw. Aff' B V V DARYI DENNIS GENE NANCY PROBLEMS AND NEAL DAN fi is ...CLASS 0:21956 ,, I 's.JLllI"l5 - 1 T I, f 1 GERMAYNE DICK BERNELL COME OUT THE VICTOR DARLENE "'Y SUE SAWYER Girls Glee Club 2 3 4 First Wednesday Music Club 4 Momtor 2 3 Beauticlan JEAN SCHEEL Debate 2 3 4 Wahiscan Business Staff 2 3 Wahlscan Business Manager 4 Student Council 3 Chemistry Club 3 G A A 2 3 Psychiatric Nurse ROBERT SCHILLER Latin Club 4 Wahlscon Business Manager 4 Home Room Vice President 4 Business JIM SCHLUETER Football 234 Basketball 2 Track Volleyball 3 4 Curling 4 Uthrotar 4 Badger Boys 3 Math Club 3 4 Chemistry Club 4 Latin Club 2 Student Council 2 Engineer BEVERLY HOFFMAN DARYL SCHMITT Track 2 3 Football 3 Navy GENE SCHMITT Intramural Basketball 2 34 Baseball 2 3 4 Machinist NEAL SCHMUTZLER Ski Club 234 Student Council 3 4 Cross Country 2 3 4 Track 2 3 4 Curling 2 3 4 Pharmacist Glee Club 2 3 4 Music Club 3 4 Beautlclan DENNIS SCHNECK Track 2 3 4 Intramurals 2 NANCY SCHNECK GAA 2 4 Glee Club 2 Beautl clan DANIEL SCHOEPKE Prolectionlst Club 2 Chemistry Club 4 Astronomy Club 4 Architect GERMAYNE SCHULTZ GA A 2 3 4 .lumor Gregg 3 Senior Gregg 4 Momtor Duty 3 4 Airline Hostess RICHARD SCHULTZ Auto Mechanic BERNELL SCHULZ Conservation Club 3 Sk: Club 4 Baseball 3 Aeronautical Engineering DARLENE SCHULZ Girls Glee Club 3 Telephone Oper ator s , 'va 1 l' X I : v5 A b, I 5 ...QM J 4 ' U I . 1 s E E gg JI K I- V ' 9 5' g 1 J. A J '21 if D 1' ' H A 1 - , , , ' ' BEVERLY SCHNABEL - Girls Athletic Association 3. Girls LESTER SCHULZ - Junior Curling 3. Draftsman or Ma- chinist. SUSANNE SCHWOCHO - G.A.A. 2,3. Junior Gregg 3. Camera Club 3. Drama Club 4. Home Economics Club 4. Monitor 3,4. Teacher. THOMAS SCHYMANSKI - Camera Club 4. Proiectionist 4. Accountant. KEY SEEFELDT - G.A.A. 2,3. Chemistry Club 4, Junior Gregg 3. Student Council 4. Social Affairs Chairman. Latin Club 2. Nurse or Kindergarten Teacher. JANET SIEDLER - German Club 2. G.A.A. 2,3,4. Chemis- try Club 3. French Club 3,4. Art Club 4. Ski Club 2. Teacher. ROBERT SEIDLER - Ski Club 2,3,4. Music Club 3,4. Noon Hour Basketball 2. Shop Teacher. PENELOPE SEIM - G.A.A. 2,3,4. French Club 3,4. Chem- istry Club 4. Latin Club 2. Aqua Club 3. Ski Club 2. Nurse JEANNETTE SELTZER G A A 2 3 Camera Club 4 Pro lectionist Club 4. Book Club 3 Spanish Club 3 Interior Designer I EILEEN SEMERAU - G.A.A. 2,3,4. Junior Gregg 3. Senior Gregg 4, Bowling Club 2,3. German Club 2. Home Room President 3. Home room secretary 2,4. Airline Secretary. BONNIE SEVERSON - Spanish Club 2,3. G.A.A. 2,3,4. Social Committee 3,4. F.T.A. 4. Teacher. JOANN SHIPWAY - Latin Club 2,3. Drama Club 4. Pep Club 4. G.A.A. 2,3,4. Nurse. BARBARA SHOTOLA - Ski Club 2. Spanish Club 2,3. Art Club 4. G.A.A. 4. Social Worker. WILLIAM SIEBECKER - Camera Club 3. Mathematics 2,4. Latin Club 3,4. Chess Club 2. Mechanical Engineer. GLEN SILVESTER - Debate 4. Cross-country 4. Senior class play 4. Drama Club 4. Ski Club 4. Forensics 4. Track 4. Home Room Vice-President 4. Lawyer. ROBERT SLAMINSKI - Hockey 3. Ski Club 3 Radio and Television BARBARA SMITH G A A 2 3 4 Junior Gregg 3 Danc ing Club 4 Skyrocket Business Staff 4 Receptionist 4 'Y LESTER JANET EILEEN B SENIOR HIGH WITH A HEAVY HEART SUE TOM RAY V65 i iff BOB BONNIE GLEN PENNY JO ANN BOB JEANNETTE BARBARA BARBARA l f' 3 .. 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A-. ,, ,g Is x CHARLES SMITH Sku Club 2 Volleyball 2 3 4 RONALD SMITH Chess Club 3 Student Councul 3 Curl mg Club 3 4 Cross Country 3 4 Track 3 4 Chemustry Club 4 Debate 2 Oratory 3 Latun Club 2 Chemucal Enguneer JEAN SORENSON Student Councul 2 Debate 2 Sku Club 2 G A A 2 3 4 Aqua Club 3 Prom Decoratuon 3 Badger Gurl s State Socual Commuttee Decoratuon 34 Chemrstry Club 4 Wahuscan 4 Spanush Club 4 X Ray Technucuan NANCY SPARBEL Junuor Gregg 3 GAA 4 Home Economucs Club 4 Housewufe ANNETTE SPRINGER GAA 23 Camera Club 3 Junuor Gregg 3 Class Play Commuttees 3 Home Econ omucs Club Meducal Secretary RUTH STACHOWAK Junuor Gregg 3 Beautucran ELAINE STAUFFER Forensucs 2 Latun Club 2 GAA 2 3 Musuc Club 3 Pep Club 3 4 Cheerleader 3 4 As tronomy Club 4 Student Councul Socral Commuttee 4 Nurse KATHLEEN STRASSMAN Junuor Gregg 3 Musuc Club 3 Semor Gregg 4 Stenographer T CHARLES ANNETTE DICK BIDS FAREWELL RON RUTH M JEAN ELAINE NANCY KATHY JULIE HARVEY D5- ,ye 5' 6 3.5- 1 ' 1 ' I s i I 1 xg , Q? TO THE RICHARD STUBBE Sku Club 2 3 Astronony 3 Chess Club 3 Dance Band Leader JAMES swANsoN sur cuuub 23 suouogy 2 Ch Club 4 Astronomy Club 4 Draftsman HARVEY SWEET Implement Busuness JULIE SWENBY Pep Club 2 German Club 2 GA A 234 Debate 2 Wahuscan 34 Aqua Club 3 Monutor 2 3 4 Student Councul Decoratuons Commuttee 3 4 Chem lslry Club 4 Senuor Class Play 4 Secretary of Quull and Scroll 4 Occupatuonal Therapy MARLENE SYRING Beautucuan ELLEN TAPPER G A A 2 3 4 Archery Club 3 Dancung Club 4 Home Room Secretary 3 Home Room Vuce President 4 Aurlune Worker CAROL DAWN uESCH GA A 2 3 4 Tumblung Club 2 Junuor Gregg 3 Archery 3 Dancung Club 4 Spanush Club 4 Senuor Clasg Play Commuttee 4 Home Room Presudent 4 Checkung Commuttee 4 Socual Worker un Marune Corps MARJORIE TESKE G A A 2 3 4 Senuor Gregg 4 Secre tary MARLENE CLASS OF 56 ELLEN CAROL MARGE It seems as though ut was only yester day when I furst stepped through the doors of Wausau Senuor Hugh I came here as a senuor from a country eught thou sand mules away to learn what I could of how Amerucans luve That furst day I walked the halls f Wausau Senuor Hugh that furst day when I stood up wuth quuverung knees before the great crowd un the audutoruum I was um pressed very favorably umpressed They say that furst umpressuons are often very musleadung but I have had no rea son to recant any of my udeas about Wausau Senuor Hugh uts students and 'Q' teachers I found the people un the school to be the fruendluest, most generous hearted anyone could ever wont to meet I have found them to be full of fun, or when the ' occasuon demands ut, to be seruously munded I have found here un Wausau a keenness of spurut I have never seen any Q where else I learned a lot from you Wausau Senuor Hugh, and I want to thank you for the wonderful tume you gave me whule I was wuth you GLEN SILVESTER ' ' ' f 1 - - Q , . u . ' ' ' I ' t 1 - I . - i , . ' . ess 1 n v 1 , I a 4 . , - , . . ' .. . ' P ' ' ' , , . . , . . ' 1 - . . . ' . ' . ' - I I - 1 - " . . . , . . ' ' ' - r 1 - - . ' - . . . - - . . . , , . l . ' ' I . ' ' ' ' - Q . . . -. . I - ' s . a ' . 1 . I I - l 1 - ' . . .g 1- Yjl , A 14 - ft f lb, F' 1 L f 1 an Q ,, s rl , . 5 ,.- 'X V xv - 7 U I Cu Tx 'q I' . 4 A 1 JI K, ' I . . . i . ' QQ X tv . 1 ' J', s- J sy' f' I - - Q Cl'-' 5' C, . t If O I I . I f w I I - 9 . ' 1 ' X i, 'ar . . . Q' T ' 'I if ' ' C4 fs? 'Y 1 I . I . SENIORS .. I WILL NEVER FORGET THE- D ays spent on decorations... E venings at school dances. .. L ong home room periods... I nteresting days at Badger Girls' State. .. G rand Christmaslprograms. .. H umorous Mad-hatters Day... T he excitement of the basketball tournament rightful smells in chemistry class seful Student Council meetings engthy final exams ays of sleep during vacation ssortment of crutches in 56 earbooks that were tops uspense packed night of Wausau Day Queen crowning AND THE MANY OTHER MEMORIES I HAVE OF WAUSAU SENIOR HIGH Jean Sorenson RON :SARBARA MARILYN BOB NEAL DOROTHY -1 all '-0 j ,fl .fl 5 ,S ggi .77 U 4, s v TX... X BURNELL BEVERLY NORM A F MARY ELLEN VERNA JEROME WE SHALL NEVER M TOM f I RONALD TESSMER Hockey Manager 3 4 Track 34 Cross Country 4 Chess Club 24 Chemistry Club 3 Safety Engineer MARILYN THOMPSON G A A 2 3 4 Curling 2 3 4 Dance Club 4 Saleswoman NEAL THORPE Band 2 3 4 Orchestra 34 Conserva tion Club 3 4 Archery Club 4 Chemucal Engineer JAMES THURS Building Contractor BARBARA TIETZ Senior Gregg 4 Senior Class Play Properties Committee 4 Secretary ROBERT TOBALSKY Industrial 'esigner DOROTHY TORNOW Pep Club 2 Music Club 3 Ski Club 3 4 Secretary TOM TREMEL Art Club 2 3 4 Junior Prom Decorations Chairman 3 So Committee Publicity Committee of Student Council 3 4 Commercial Artist FORGET YOUR ARDEN JOHN Q BURNELL UTECHT Conservation Club 2 3 Math Club 4 Ski Club 4 Stage Crew 2 Mechanical Engineer BEVERLY VACHOWIAK GAA 34 Home Economics 4 Social Committee 4 Teacher or Seamstress NORMAN VACHOWIAK Art Club 2 Bowling 234 Printer ARDEN VANDERKAM Music Club 3 Music Club 4 Band 2 3 4 Wrestling MARY ELLEN VEHLOW Drama Club 2 Music Club 2 Astronomy Club 3 Pep Club 3 FTA 4 Homeroom Secretary 3 Social Committee of Student Council Singer or High School Chorus Director VERNA VIERGUTZ Latin Club 2 3 4 Biology Club 4 Properties Committee for Senior Class Play 4 Nursing or Teaching JEROME VOLKMAN Conservation 2 3 4 Service JOHN VOLKMAN Ski Club 2 3 4 Ski Team 2 3 4 GDN 2 3 4 Archery Club 2 Student Council Forester F . . . ss' ,H xy' .fr Nts ' U . . 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Q I .- as bf 4? , J" A HCCARDA WAYNE EUGENE R 'Q 3 C CAROIL KAY MARHYN NANCY '00 'v CLASS OF I956 e " 'R Ki I rf'-Sl Q" f I fr NANCY HARVEY LE OY 'O' X l 1 4 'JY I SHIRLEY GENE BERNICE PRESENCE IN OUR SCHOOL HARHET PATRICIA WADINSKI Pep Club 2 Muslc Club 3 Sk: Club 3 4 Beautncsan RICCARDA WALIERS Book Club 2 GA A 3 4 WAYNE WALTERS Conservatron 4 Musuc 2 3 4 Talent Show 2 3 4 Sprung Play 3 Conservatuon Ranger EUGENE WANTA Prolectlomst 2 3 4 Archery 4 CAROLL WEBER Pep Club 2 Dancing Club 4 Cheer Leadmg 2 Stenographer KAY WEIKEL G A A 2 3 Pep 2 3 Home Economlcs 4 Slenographers MARILYN WEINKAUF Asslstant Edrtor Skyrocket 4 Quill and Scroll 4 German Club 2 3 4 Latrn Club 3 4 Journalist NANCY WEINKAUF Spanish 2 3 Muslc Club 2 3 Home Economucs 4 Usher 2 34 Sensor Class Play Make up Commrttee 4 Momtor 3 4 Secretary NANCY WEISNER Sophomore Secretary 2 Student Councul 2 34 Pep Club 24 German Club 2 Comm of School Affanrs 3 Comm of Publucaty 4 Skyrocket Reporter 4 Englush Reporter HARVEY WENDORF Art Club 2 3 4 Horse Rancher LEROY WENDORF F F A 2 3 4 Prolectnomst 2 Farmer HARRIET WHITE Home Economucs Club 2 Flrst Muslc Club 4 Nurse SHIRLEY WIEDERHOWFT G A A 2 3 .lunlor Gregg 3 Camera Club 3 Wagonlan Council 3 Senior Gregg 4 Secretary GENE WIEDOW Camera Club 3 Student Councll Rep resentahve 3 4 Buslness BERNICE WIEGANDT Book Club 2 3 Llbrary 3 Home Economics 4 Asslstant Bookkeeper DONNA WIENSCH G A A 2 3 Sensor Gregg 4 Sten ographer JEAN WIENSCH GAA 2 34 Ska Club 2 Archery Club 3 Muslc Club 4 Nurse LOIS WOEHLERT Biology Club 2 FTA 2 3 4 G A A 34 Waugoman Counctl 34 Juntor Prom Program Chairman 3 Class Edttor of Wahtscan 3 Qutll and Scroll 34 Home Room Secretary 3 4 Student Dtrector of Class Play 4 Assocnate Editor of Wahtscan Scuence LOUISE WIESNESKI Library Club 23 Book Club 4 Housewufe RICHARD WILCOTT Basketball 2 Camera Club 3 Glee Club 3 Football 3 Home Room Vice Prestdent 4 Salesman RICHARD WILKE Hockey l 234 .lumor Class Pres: dent 3 Prom Kung 3 Uthrotar Lt Gov 3 Badger Boys State 3 Youth Advusory Board to Gov Comm on Human Rnghts 3 4 Student Councll Prestdent 4 Aero nautical Engmeer CAROL MAE OLLHOFF JumorfGregg 3 Senior Gregg 4 Offlce Worker GERMAINE WISNIEWSKI G AeA 2 3 4 Pep Club 3 4 Monitor 2 3 Alrlnne Stewardes DUWAYNE WITTER Sk: CIub?2 Glbe Club 2 3 Golf -Che fav I and Math Teacher RANDOLPH WOLLER Archery Club 2 Prolecttomst Club 3 4 ELEANOR ZAHRT G A A 2 3 4 .lumor Gregg 3 Danc mg Club 4 Accountant PHYLLIS ZAHRT Blology Club 2 German Club 3 GA A 4 Nurse THEODORE ZEIDLER Stage Crew 2 3 4 Baseball 2 3 4 Curltng 2 Football 2 34 Metal Worker or Outboard Racmg Dnver LEROY ZEMKE German Club 3 F T A Club 4 Teacher ROSEMARY ZIEGEL GAA 2 34 Bowltng 3 4 Amr lane Stewardess DAVID ZIEMER Student Councnl 2 Camera Club 3 Chemistry Club 4 Actwlttes Photographer 2 3 4 Mech anlcal Engmeer or Destgner Carol J Tranetzkn DONNA DICK REPRESENT US WHTH THE JEAN LOUISE DICK I remember lockers that dont seem to respond to thelr comblnatnons crowded tram ways strange odors comlng from the chemlstry room humed exchanges of gosstp between classes study perlods In the drafty assembly hall the eternal questlon of what do we do nn Englush today keen competntlon for Student Council leadershlp frnend ly student teacher relatvons prepara I tlons for the Juntor Prom excutlng football and basketball games These are my treasured memories of Wausau Hugh Ac 4 Lots WOEHLERT 'i-f CAROL GERMAINE DU WAYNE if paw ,- .QQ -Q , " Y 58 4 Xl LOIS BEST OF YOUR RANDOLPH ELEANOR PHYLLIS -1 .J , ,fy 4 Tv v-v LE OY ROSEMARY DAVE 4 44 I - , . , I , . , - - ' s . . . , , - . . , . , . , - - . . , , , . . u I . . . 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L, A Q T I ' I P RST MEMORIES GL 517 I 4 XX If ABILITY AND YOU WILL ALWAYS BE ADMIRED CAMERA SHY AT WAUSAU HIGH After much double checkeng consultung with the Toburen Studuo and confer rung with the class edulors we were unable lo obtain a reasonable facsumlle of the follownng sensors Kenneth Aschbrenner Richard Czaplmskl Rocky Denfeldl Gary Heldemann Rlchard Hleb Ruchard Klucyzkowsku Davld Kohnhorsl Mulltary service Dale Lemma Mllllary servuce John Mohelnulzky Mllnlary service Roger Korl Ruchard Prozlnskn Delores Wuenke Ray Wlndorskn Mnlllary Service 1 xllflff 'ew 'll ' Y 90 07 4 I A! Q W ' .,, SENIOR ACES In ROW 3 Campbell Erdman Malone Pluskue Payne Kuttel Rakow Otto Wolters Gumness Frostman Trem vester Obey Hoyt Maller Woehlert Thorpe Solvesen Wzlke Bush Backus Slebecker Vehlow Ernckson Rohn Nelson Hooper Donnelly Weusner Jonen Wemkauf Patef eld Hendruckson Matzke Scheel Nlmz ROW 2 ROW 1 The people you see pictured on thvs page have earned the right to appear here because they con tributed much In maknng our school operate more smoothly The sensors were selected by theur advlsors , for thas speclal recognutuon because they have excelled and produced an many fuelds publlcatnons art S' G6 drama forensics debate music student government xq, and athlettcs From the beginning of school In September untul Q 4, ' sprung fever slowed them up they were caught In a contunuous whurl of actuvntles We belueve that a well rounded personaluty IS the result of much partlclpatlon In extra currlcular actnvltles where one develops lead ershnp responslbullty and respect for the rrghts of other x 1 ll K Congratulatvons to you' Bug wheels of the Class of BANG' l956' If you contmue to give these luttle extras your success an the future wlll be assured el 4 'Il . 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' I . . I rx l M- t 6 l CALENDAR rr 62 DECEMBER Junior Math Test Christmas Cantata Latrn American Carols Christmas Vacation Eat' Sleep' Be Merry .lunlor Glrls Wnnter Fantasy of FEBRUARY L JANUARY Hockey Gay Blades Grades Out The Verdict Invltatlonal Bonsprel The Scotsmen lnvade Faculty All Star Basketb Faculty Wrns Agann Y Debate Assembly , College Bred l'9l Speak Amerlcan Leguon Oratorlcal Contest Sllvester Places Thlrd In State Band Cllmc Frlendshlp Promoted Top Hatter s Program Serenade To A Zombre a Game r.,. uw? ,'57f'ffe'w,,'flJ W .li .rm -2 , 1.+1:3 ya Q . ' ' N tl . X1 ' lf , A lg l, IU ' : wll'. gl I -.Q gg,-. -'---s-'gq....l ll' K . JS. if f 5 T . . . as A 5' ' l ,X - . . 'lc T 'x J . . ' . t'ful"l 5 , APRIL Forensics Laryngitis Any One'9 Candy Dance Daffy Over Taffy Sprung Play Hestekund Produces Another Hut Quill 8- Scroll Young Journalists Honored I 'V' wr . . . MARCH Win, Team! Win! Talent Show Candy Sale Easter Vacation Sprung Fever OF EVENTS Regional Basketball Tournament M.C., Master Comedian, Dick Wilke Something For Our Sweet Tooth Junior Prom Formal Fun o Baccalaureate Z Solemn Moments Wahlscans Issued Annual Autographing Commencement Success' JUNE End Of School Finns I 1+ S rii I s .J - I J I 8,9 'I l . ,' J I N if x . . :Nh in . I g . ,. A Teak 6 A 'V .. if P' it L P X itil 47 ', J 14 c 1 'wr . , 4 A . si T45 ' . l A g T 63 Svanrs fy f ,,. ROW l Holman, Brendernuehl, Stone, Tarnow, Nelson, Holtz, Case, Taftek, Kasten, Blank, Kerr, Winnie. ROW 2 McCabe, Flalrer, Bush, Payne, Rakow, Otto, Gumness, Kittel, Schlueter, Rosemurgy, Genrich. ROW 3 loppnow, A Cramer, N Cramer, Sippl, D. Cromer, Walters, Dutrisac, Kell, Nuernberg, Salvesen, Zulawnik, Czerwinslzi, Fish. ROW l Urnness, Slmalecke, Allard, Richter, Nuernberg, Ostrander, Steckbouer, McEachron, Pauls, Nelson. ROW 2 Becker, Kerr, Smith, Bartel, Clemens, Gisselman, Tornow, Holtz, Case, Tucek, Brendemuehl. ROW 3 Eggebrecht, Winnie, Holman, Zulawnik, Sippl, Czerwinslri, Brackmeyer, D. Cramer, Hotchkiss, Jaeger, Felch. The i955 Wausau Lumberjaclcs had an excellent record in their first year of freeelance play. Because of the break-up of the Wisconsin Valley Conference, the team had to schedule games with schools from outside as well as inside the state. Under the fine guidance of Coach Brockmeyer and his assistants an aggressive squad was produced. No loss of players due to injuries gave evidence of a team well schooled in fundamentals. Great determination and drive sparked the team game after game. Depth, as far as reserves were concerned also proved a valuable factor as the season progressed. The big line of Walters, Genrich, Schlueter, Otto, .FOOTBALL Rakow, Cramer, and Kell provided a stone wall for the backfield and spelled trouble for the opposition. The season record showed seven wins, no defeats, and one tie. Wausau scored a total of 228 points compared to 14 for the opposition. Jack Bush was high scorer. Ronald Kittel and Jim Otto were elected co-captains by their teammates at the end of the season. At one time during the season the Lumber- iacks were considered the top high school team in the country, but because of popular request by the opposition they kept the score down in the last game. Ronald Kittel was selected fullback on the All-State football team at the end of the season. 1 N 'i S N 7 LSE RS 7d R O T mls? SC LUETER T kl A' ' 1 H B 1' A 'I A I , Q 3 .A 1 i N CRA ER Tackle l , , x A dA CR ERT 1 . , fm 5 . T H E 9 5 5 if. , 'Ti If i lx , '. is .. Q , . ,S A 2 l 'Lf I T WA TER V hmm, W ,, J . 5 - a KASE ' 0 E A 2, H I W2 'F 9' ' N 7 om c . B 1 N 2 ' I , ,dlx ' lf.. 15 W . ' GUM ' ss B k X I ',l! Q A E A 'B' .6 1 y G' AK W'TockIe ' L3 ffm! nc.. ' N v TEL V am All s F llb ck .5 f L . V 1. 1 X ' ' H H . , Q1 L, H it 5 1 I I N r 1 . - VX H Seuss. du 66 P me . and -1 I . VARSITY , 1. v 1' E-32. 'r 'S FISH G C: A NUERNBERG i LOPPNOW nxl ,D KER G 5X OTTO .Al GNRICH G d S ABE B M rifi, NK G SALVESEN L -B ROSEMURGY E J ,x ll 4 ..- 37' 2 ' s Q 3 -f f l P 'Q IZ- , A. , 1 !'.., E d ' , l I -. I.. I I -- --, v I ly Q -N221 z , B k if I .. -Back -' FX ' : 2 ' ' U FLA - d ll Y Q Q 1 f -Center , 1 1, - I L.. Q E - ucr 7, R K 9- All Stole Second Team , lxlfa ii McC - ok - . If A ' 4 .I Q BlA - uard I W FM I I K -Guard ' K I ' 1 I a T31 - d SEASON SCORES.. Wausau 41 Menominee .... A AA Wausau 40 So. Minneapolis . Wausau 21 Wheaton ...... A Wausau 7 Wis. Rapids .... AUSALI 2 VISITOR 32 ' f . Wausau 40 Marinette .... . . . ' Wausau 33 LaCrosse . .. .. gl 5 Q Wausau 14 Eau Claire .... . eo o eo , -Q Q ' Q I I Ol l . 63 WAUSAU 41 ................. MENOMINEE O Led by Jack Bush who scored 17 points, the Lumber- lacks crushed the Maroons. The splendid defensive play by the Jacks was the highlight of the game. WAUSAU 40 ...... .. SO. MINNEAPOLIS O we 1 WAUSAU 32 .......... STEVENS POINT O Long touchdown runs by Kittel I67l and Bush I54l highlighted the contest between the Lumberiacks and the Panthers. Wausau won the Conference title with this game. Bush led the scoring with 19 points. WAUSAU 40 ................,.. MARINETTE 0 Again it was defense which helped the Lumber- iacks whip South High. Minneapolis ended up with a -5 yards on rushing and the big Wausau line recovered 5 of the opposition's fumbles. Ron Kittel scored 12 points for Wausau. WAUSAU 21 ................... WHEATON O The Lumberiacks crossed the state line into Illinois to break the Tigers' 21 game winning streak. The line play was superb. Kittel played his usual good game and led the scoring with 12 points. WAUSAU 7 . .. . .... WIS. RAPIDS O Rugged and vicious play were the features of this contest as the Jacks were hard pressed by the Red Raiders. The big Lumberjack line proved too strong for the Rapids. The 64 yard touchdown drive ended when Kittel scored from the four yard line. 68 The Lumberiacks played one of their best games of the year in outclassing the Marines. Six of the seven drives started by the Jacks ended in touchdowns. Jack Bush again was high scorer with 27 points. Bob McCabe and Kittel also scored touchdowns. WAUSAU 33 .................... LACROSSE 0 A balanced offense and defense paid off in touch- downs as the Lumberiacks defeated the Red Raiders. .lack Loppnow and Kittel scored two touchdowns each for Wausau. WAUSAU 14 .. ..... EAU CLAIRE 14 In the final game of the season played under slippery conditions the Lumberiacks came back in the second half to tie the Old Abes. Touchdowns by Kittel and McCabe and two conversions by Jack Bush made it a tie ball game. I I l 3. ,Q-.. "" L uf' 1 ' I, 4 x -, . ,A u ' Botslord, Brockrneyer, Wieman, Yelich. . , , MANAGERS The service the managers perform for the school is an immeasurable one. The managers' work is usually longer than the players. Each night they must hand out equipment and check it in and see that everything is in shape. These are the boys that "clean the cleats" and are held responsible for all equipment. A hearty thanks to the managers, the boys behind the scenes. , 0 N4 . . . FOOTBALL COACHES Headcoach Brockmeyer, Line- coach Yelich, and Brteam coaches may-L' Botsford and Wieman, produced another football team of top championship calibre. Under their leadership the boys gave their best performance each time they put on a uniform. Looking at the record we believe our coaching staff to be second to none in the country. C- ? "fi'.i72V'9F f "'17"m A li' 1' , I N l LX Greeb, Kupsch, Gehring, Laffin. 5s tr VARSITY ACTION- Halfback Jack Bush gallops for T8 yards before being stopped by the La Crosse safety man, Final score: Wau- sau 33, La Crosse O. Bush swept his own end for a sizable gain to help Wau- sau whip South Minneapolis AOVO. Here is more action in the Minneapolis game as Bob McCabe scampers for the goal line with the opposition in pursuit. Ronald Kittel in all-state form as he grinds for yard- age with Dick Gumness throwing a block. This game ended Wausau 40, Mari- nette 0. ROW 3: Chaignot, Silvester, Erdman, Riehle, Hanneman, Goetsch, Feck, Green, Manthei, Schmutzler, Jascor, Weinkauf ROW 2: J. Brendemuehl, Mathies, Page, Thompson, Kamin, Dietzler, Borchardt, Krueger, Juneau, Schultz. ROW lr Zuch, Wendorf, Tessmer, Smith, D. Brendemuehl, Kittel, Kostka. The Wausau Lumberiack Cross-country team, captained by John Brendemuhl, had another very successful season under the leadership of coach Bill Smiley. For the fourth straight year, the Lumberiacks won the Conference championship and its tive wins extended the team's dual meet win string to twenty-two straight. The team finished second at the Madison West lnvitational Meet and fifth in the State meet. CROSS COUNTRY CONFERENCE CHAMPION... -..-QUT 9 E .1 A ' rf- -r .. 5 l. As Mr. Wieman tires the gun, teams from Stevens Point, Wisconsin Rapids, and Wausau are off. 2. Across hill and dale! Brendemuehl is second at the hallway, followed by Schiebe, Page, Mathies, and Dietzler. ' 3. Page comes in second following Schiebe of Point with a time of 12:25 as Schneck and Smiley record the time. Sf? sf! R t mvp -E? P' , ,-L . . . -4',4v4, 9 f 4 r ,x Y ZJQZIJ' ' .. fi ' 'O 131' Q 1 3 4 I L. to R.: Fish, Killmar, Erdman Rosemurgy, A. Cronk, Coach Taylor, Dutrisac, B. Cronk, Payne, Gumness, Nuernberg ...VARSITY BASKETBALL SQUAD The Varsity Lumberiacks had a fine season in rack- ing up an over-all record of I5 wins and 8 losses. The Jacks came within one game of winning a berth to the state tournament, as they lost to Shawano in the Wisconsin Rapids Sectional, but wound up as Sectional Consolation Champs by whipping Abbots- ford 63-48. The squad showed fine team play and spirit under the leadership of Coach Marsh Taylor and his assistant Carl Wieman. Lost to the team next year will be Bill Erdman, Bill Cronk, Bill Payne, Dick Gumness, and Rick Nuernberg. But next year's squad should be very powerful with the return of John Rosemurgy, Dick Dutrisac, Al Cronk, Jerry Fish, Bob Kerr, and a number of promising B squad mem- bers. INDIVIDUAL SCORING RECORD F.G. F.T. P. T.P. Rosemurgy . . . . . I9I I25 63 507 Dutrisac .... . . . I25 90 58 340 Erdman .. .. 78 56 6I 2I2 - Bill Cronk .. .. 58 58 56 I74 'B Al Cronk . . . . 63 30 80 I56 ' ,X Kerr ..... . . I2 I2 I4 36 I H Gumness . . 7 I3 30 27 I 4 ' Payne .... 6 4 IO I6 , Nuernberg . 4 3 7 I I 'VM Brockmeyer . 3 . . 4 6 Fish ...... . 3 4 3 MARSHALL TAYLOR I AQ Basketball Coach x X L. 34 rf-js ill '44s i 1 . x l 1 rp" rf- 3- - - I S. I X T ig' lil 52' f 42 5 A ,, qi 24' X N i li, r X . Standing: Lonsdorf, Mathies, Brockmeyer, Zulawik, Erdrnan, Anderson, Smith, Rose Kneeling: B. Nuernberg, Mgr., Myers, Kerr, Goetsch, Coach Wieman, Pauls, Ziebell. B SQUAD BASKETBALL. VARSITY SCORES Wausau Wausau Wausau Wausau Wausau Wausau Wausau Wausau Wausau Wausau Wausau Wausau Wausau Wausau Wausau Wausau Wausau Wausau Wausau Wausau Wausau Wausau Wausau 72 52 LaCrosse 62 Madison 72 Edina 54 Marinette 69 Tomahawk 59 Oshkosh 76 Rapids 76 Tomahawk 50 Eau Claire 49 Rochester 86 Point 46 LaCrosse 54 Rapids 60 Madison 80 Marinette 78 Point 88 Shorewood 66, Eau Claire REGIONAL 66 Everest 78 Mosinee 57 Point SECTIONAL 63 Shawano 63 Abbotsford i l B-SQUAD scoizss ji Wausau 64 Wausau 36 Wausau 59 Wausau 65 Wausau 4' Wausau 60 Wausau 68 Wausau 62 Wausau 64 Wausau 60 Wausau 55 Wausau 62 Wausau Wausau if Wausau 83 Wausau Wausau 64 53 76 56 75 48 LaCrosse Madison Everest Morinette Tomahawk Oshkosh Rapids Everest Tomahawk Eau Claire Point LaCrosse Rapids Madison Marinette Point Eau Claire Managers, Stieber and Nuernberg JERRY FISH Guard BILL PAYNE Center RICK NUERNBERG Forward JACK KILLMAR Forward "'7' ,,.. --1 U ..A..,.....,...?.-- ,-... , -v- -T..T. ..,..1..,. A-LA-A aaav LQ A DICK DUTRISAC Guard BILL ERDMAN Guard JOHN ROSEMURGY Forward .. .. , it Y 0534 -L AL CRONK Cenfer c-3550 J BILL CRONK Forward DICK GUMNESS - r,...., , ' I 4... Guard qw ti 3 OJ if Wap Ng' xr of I f-ed wg.. wg 5" A X A , .,Q,,,. ..' f D .qw 3.3. y K, 0 N541 wr . ' l ' 1 4 fl A r , X '45 ' X . 'S wg. P . x ' I . 7 P - - - -Q ij' S' '1' .'--' . 1- 'ii' 'lf' H ":1:. A D., . h .3-,sus -...- A , J. ri ' -' t f BASKETBALL ACTION Bob Kerr, valuable sophomore addition, gets a iump shot past Borneson ol Eau Claire. Rosemurgy tips one in during the Point contest, as Bill Cronk, 50, races in for the rebound, Bill Erdman and Al Cronk team up to get the ball. Cronk brothers prevent on Oshkosh bucket. Action stops momentarily during the Eau Claire game as the ofliciol spots an inlraction of the rules. Rosemurgy gets two during the Point game, More rugged action in the Eau Claire contest. Wausau surprised the experts in this one as they whipped the Old Abes, 66-64, John Rosemurgy goes high in the air in his attempt to score against Oshkosh. d ue oters Ho Sppl Yelch zer n o o Lochnef, TCSSVNCY- PUCKSTERS HAVE WINNING SEASON The Wausau high school hockey squad started its season with a nucleus of seven returning letter winners. Wausau scored double vic- tories over Madison West, Madison Central, and Stevens Point. Rhine- lander imposed the only two losses. This year's squad exhibited very good team spirit and aggressive play, but most of all team play. The excellent record established by this year's squad is proof enough of the fine iob done by Coach Yel- ich and the boys. Graduation will take the entire first string team, including Jack Bush, Jim Otto, Wayne Walters, Dick Wilke, Wallace Lewitzke, Bill Krause and .lim Kluender. SEASON'S SCORES Wausau 8 Stevens Point l Wausau 7 Madison West 2 Wausau l Rhinelander 7 Wausau 7 Stevens Point l Wausau 6 Madison Central O Wausau 5 Madison Central O Wausau 6 Rhinelander 7 Wausau 4 Madison West 3 75 T, , -., . ,Y.,.. . The High School Curling Club had I4 rinks which curled on Tuesdays and Thursdays un- der the guidance of Coach Harry Johnson. ln the Leadman's tourney, Flaker won the first event and Schlueter the second event. In the Mixed Bonspiel, Schulz won first event and Mason copped the second. Wausau rinks par- ticipated in the Portage and Madison Bon- spiels. At the Madison Bonspiel, the Chuck Krueger Rink won second and the Ron Smith Rink took third place in the first event. H. A. JOHNSON Curling Coach l , ff' 31 -4 CURLING in 1956 Standing: Mueller, Gress, Salvesen, Kell, Schlueter, Duty Flannery, Jones, Matti, Guenther, Schulz, Kaatz, Grimm, Zim gef, Kneeling: Allard, DeTienne, Kluender, Smith, Blank, Ritchie Oestreich, Nuernberg, Zuck, Urban, Hoffman, Standing: Blank, Marquardt, Weir, Juneau, Schlueter, Stan ton, Goetsch, Doty, Erickson, Borden, Mason, Krueger, Schull Mueller, Salveson. Kneeling: Wilson, Smith, MacDonald, Feck, Jones, Shannon Boernke, Urban, Kluender, Zuck, Woodward, Mr. Johnson gives a valuable tip to Skip Chuck Krueger as Jack Hartwig stands by. 2 'ff-L 'Q. . z.-f,.-f. Ronnie Smith in the process of laying down a perfect stone during the Invitational Bonspiel at Wausau. merman, Hoaglund, Hartwig, Treu, Schmutzler, Flaker, Krug. J '.!' ,1 A ., U" f,,5f.. ROW 3: Rubow, Feck, Schlueter, Richardt ROW 2: Vachowiak, Hoaglund, Nuernberg, Johnson, Riehle ROW l: Bates, Thompson, Zimmerman, Berndt Intramural bowling was under the direction of Al Gabrilska. The boys bowled at the WBC lanes every Monday night. There were twelve teams taking part. The winning team in the National League was the All-Strikes and first place in the American League went to the 300's. Four local teams also bowled squads from Stevens Point. Wausau High School was host to the W.l. A.A. meet on Rib Mountain. The Eau Claire team placed first, Hurley was second, and Spooner third. Wausau had three teams taking part. The Ski team is under the direction of Miss Bonvincin. ROW 3: Ritchie, Ostrander, Bonvincin, Volkman, Hanneman ROW 2: Becker, Seltzer, Payzer, Peterson ROW I: Hoaglund, Schmutlzer, Flannery, Kannenberg S K vw rv fr' airs 9' cv .1 T E A M H,-.- x.- S-1 U X Q -if CELTICS Row 2: Lull, Rakow, Hammond. ROW 2: alter, Kleinschmidt. INTRAMURAL BASKETBALL The intramural basketball program was under the direction of Al Gabrilska. Games were played on Tuesday and Thursday after school. The first round championship went to the Knickerbockers, the sec- ond went to the Celtics. The Celtics placed first in the final standings. t I X 4 Q- ' 1 'lx 'IJI ly .Y vll A V x lux JE'.'pTx , 4 X K KNICKERBOCKERS: Row 2: Zunker, Zimmerman, Fc-Ich. Row l: Berndt, Kluender, Hoaglund. , MARCH OF DIMES BENEFIT The annual March of Dimes benefit game was played between the faculty and the All-Stars. The faculty continued to hold supremacy over the All- Stars, as they put together good shooting ability and long years of experience to whip the younger All-Stars. FACULTY VS. ALL-STARS 4 of gg as X .Q Taylor, Brown, Smythe, Reynolds, Stewart, Miller, Kalkoske, Wieman, Smiley, Thomas. Row l: Hoaglund, Berndt, Rakow, Johnson, Gal- brisko, Schlicht, Zimmerman, Thompson, Lull Row l: Felch, Mohr, Wolfgram, Schmitt, Kluender ROW 2: Mohr, Peck, Cramer, Rakaw, Schlicht, Kell. ROW l: Zunlmer, Hoaglund, Duranceau, Berndl, Christian, Slarzinski. ..VOLLEYBALL Al Gabrilska again coached the high school volleyball team. The squad won the maiority of its matches played against Everest, Medford, Mosinee, Abbotsford and Athens. Wausau won the Sec- tional meet at Mosinee on April 7th and represented the school in the state meet at Madison on April l4th. . . . BASEBALL 1956 II1 :Wi .4 ,SW ROW 2: Schmidt, Nuernberg, Lewitzke, Feck, Mcrquardl, Cronk, Johnson, Emilh ROW I: Schmidt, Klatt, Genrich, Lewitzke, Edwards, Woltgram, Ziebell, Hoffman, Goetsch ROW 3: Zuch, Adank, LePine, Umness, Green, Goetsch, Kerr, Johnson, Cronk, Sippl, Heinz, Lochner, Brzezinski, Feck, Manthei, Czerwinski, Doty, Weir, Boehmer. ROW 2: Schultz, Welton, Kleinschmidt,Tessmer, Kannenberg,Matusak, Loppnow, Kosta, Dietzler, Thompson, Weilond, Page, Mathies, Kamin, Tarnow, Juneau, Seltzer. ROW 1: Flakes, lull, Siebecker, Rakow, Riehle, Kell, Walters, There were eight returning lettermen on Coach Bill Smiley's track squad. McCabe, Bush, Borchardt, Mathies, Hammond, Walters, Schneck, and Lull re- ported to the first workout session. The team won you-un -5. QU? Hammond, Vachowiak, Peroutka, Bush, Schneck, Silvester 1956 TRACK SQUAD... third place in their first meet of the year at Wiscon- sin Rapids on April 6th. Wausau also participated in meets at Marinette, Stevens Point, La Crosse, and in the state meet at Madison on May 26th. Coach Smiley I-ii'-llll rixgg-'l' Pixma "' --igll?l' :gran h1r -1 K 111 , , --7 una- , ,1 .ij ' I ROW 2 Nuernberg Eggebrecht Flannery, Mueller, Hartwig, Shannon. ROW I James Lepinski Payzer Volkman, Peterson, Meyers. The tennis squad was under the direction of Coach Win Brockmeyer. Only two veteran Iettermen reported for the initial practice, Bill Payne and Jerry Fish. The complete schedule was not available at the time this page went to press, but competition was anticipated with Rapids, Stevens Point, La Crosse, and possibly Shawano. ..TENNlS '-4-ofi.,...-.- The ping-pong line-up. A friendly relaxing game of cards. Co-educational volleyball on Thurs- day. l . 2. 3. 4. Johnson, Dererl, and Vachowiak go for slrikes. The sel-up for the spike. Marsh in perfecl form? Something lnleresling? 45" yi? pr '-.- -gf. I 1 Noon hour Cosmo, 7 Free Hirow Mme. 1 Comcn!ru1ing9 4 Volleyball cidion with ihe 1. 'fgflli I-. il ' U""' I f any 1 --wa . .T UQ 4'ix.Ulc,ag -I tied An.- Q x Qi 4 dvi vw. . x va., umm, "" 1,53 - C442 ., MV" .0 'F !-mf! 1- ' L- L .ll-12 sam I , f I - 5 i , of 1 -'wsu f. - org, ' Riaiimsurvl 'AQ "' 'qm""1 -J " "' 'rr ' fo ix if! , his 'M 'U . :Ania ' xr' e W I I . ' A ' 4 4, 1 i f .ine Q 'rf I I' Q4 ff.,- -i li., A f? w Q., i L! 1 It ' , Xi If If, 4 YV Nw .,,- 1 A , -X Q4 if ff ..x. 351 ' --1 . . r ,Zh I F . A1y,.,Qf, 1 i ,. :ii Q V iii 1 g. hi 1 5 6. 7. 8. -rf Equipment handout. Dancing ai noon. Real cool sport Chuck Krueger Rink, winners of sec ond event at the Madison Bonspiel Zimmerman, Kluender, Krueger Boernke. GIRLS' GYM CLASSES.. l i i f., -1. A - Checking in-cokes, French-fries, hamburgers. That volleyball has to go up, up and over 84 TL gi Tennis takes a lot of stretch ,-1 4.4 f. i , l Sf - 1 f ,S J ' - -- fs- 4, --M 32, .55-xl Qty! X. i X f 1 - J Shown on these pages are many of the activities in which about 475 girls participated during gym classes. Of spe- cial interest was the introduction of in- door archery to the sophomores and seniors, while iuniors gave hep to a par' ticularly enthusiastic volleyball tourna- ment. Jaunts to Thom Field for tennis Partners in ping-pong. I rr: hy everyone, Troubles, .i 'wt shown here, also entered the viii-Jie In archery the ultimate aim is to nrt the gold. Though they weren't all in the hulls eye, one class managed to get thirty arrows caught in the straw. Sud- denly the target toppied over ending the use of about fifteen of those arrows. ..GIRLS' GYM CLASSES il' .-' The whistle for basketball-red team in! badminton kids-watch the birdie! Archers aiming for the gold. u... . 4'-L, 1 e--f- Off we go-on rings! I G.A.A.. OFFICERS AND SENIOR HEADS OF SPORTS 1 'I Miss Krubsack Assnst Instructor Back row Krueger Severson Tapper Oestrercn Polege From row Perner Otto Kahn Rubow Swenby Mnssung Fechtner Left Curllng Champs Oestrench Salzer Swenby J Fechtner S Fechtner Epdung Rrght Volleyball Champs Row 2 McDonald Mattnce Was mundt Kraemer Rmgwelskn Schultz Rowl Sclzer Soukup Rubow Manecke Ebersold sw- 305 C3 ash! mmm i '- '01- fjfcnt 'jx 'N 1.7 5 Rught Top Free Throw Champs Pospychalla Edwards Salzer Mvddle Pmgpong Champs Nun neman Rubow Bottom Bowlang Champs Row 2 Basketball Champs Row 2 Epdung Swenby Row 2 Fechtner Donald Mattnce Luedtke Preuss Sorenson Mrssmg Krueger Kop Doepke Schuettpeltz Edwards Rowl Salzer Allds Swenby Mc Cabe Rubow 86 7? The Champ of All Girlx Lydia Becker Z : I I ' : 1 , ' , - ' ks .. X ' M K' A H . X I F , - , Q 5 W 5 " f f ' . 1 i K jfs' 4 Q A -R Q ' ' ! I Q? 'NZ' 'ureferx ' -' Z ., gf 1' 1 I : Q i ' ' ,I5"'if- 5 fe: 'l' u r A ' ' . .- A Q F F A ' ' -V. V v ' .3 . 1 fu l , 9 A ' L l 15 rr I it Q l le, ' E . . V al. -X - 'Tl' V' 3 - ,t im if .b W il 1 . : I , : : MC- ' I I. 1: Y ,qi ad ifii luvvll, Stauller, Callahan, Nyholm V Slug Sillurs, Fechlner - El ' lr l Q s ' b N 'l 3 . Qt x le 5 5 s 13 lv 3 I 1 ..CHEERLEADERS lt was a hectic but satisfactory year of enthusiasm for the Cheerleaders. Wausau Day climaxed the football season, whereas new striped uniforms for the cheerleaders certainly added color to the basketball sessions. Stu' dent pep and support was shown by the purchase of Fan Flowers and Tour- nament Ribbons. These and many more accomplishments plus hard work made it a year to be proud of. 'Qi The "B" Squad Row 21 Mueller, Geese, Walters Row I: Shralre, Morse, Shrake Us Miss Janick Faculty Advisor Commissioner ot Pep Jane Fechtner Nyholm, Sillars, and Fechtner give us a Wah-hu-wah. Who Can? Callahan, Stautfer, and Favell say, We Canl The B team leads the locomotive Three A team cheerleaders up in the air - Wausau High School - Rah, rah, rah 87 766 005 LRNE gym W V Q .-X s--Q n ,lf " i . Q 3 . . 5 U no 5 " a v 'A . ur sa 8 I . I O 3 A ' 9 I 9 ,, ' I IV. V K D 40165 'fr X' -47 4 f, I - , aw- pc: ' I I M P, Mau- - L. ' -Q ' 1 I i X N."""' "K- xfpff V . qv' K.. '36-I 35' C1 Q IFJ 4' J 'L' 45 'M V, 1 x""'Q 2 can ' ""gs-.'i??:f5 4- "1-"'x:,,55a.T:Qf 3 '55, :QT s' 9"-1.0: g -Agl',,." V- A V D 4 R, h -F In ga fat.--,.n., SL- I uh: I Q' T.Q.i.--.-N . fE1.fL.:.f.5 .',".3,g-3 f" ,',l.9fEu'1'-:I-+ 44 U f.-f fa:-Sfwk ',N..+--- r- -.Y. -. A . 1 ,,, Y V .n l ,Q . -9 Aw! 1 -H f F..'y-1' . ' 1 ' - -' f' . W' ff 'ii-ill! .nil -' :Y TopcIok':Q 'K D9',J FM, Phyll x tPgS:ki, Ufifarlmcy lgimzkfs I2c1rc3neBceutman:r: W A U S A U D A Y Q U E E N S 89 This year we had another successful Wausau Day The highlight of the two days festivities was the narr- ing and crownrng of the queen of Wausau Day Kay Dustin was crowned queen crt 9 30, Thursday evening Appearing rn the Thursday night progrcrrri were Miss Margaret Wall, Waukesha, who was Miss Wisconsin, Miss Jerilyrr Westgor, Wittenberg, air interpretcrtrve dancer, three University of Wrsconsiri cheerleaders, the Wausau Barbershop Chorus, and two faculty groups which presented humorous skits, Following the stage show was dancing in the gyrrr and Bob Neller, Apple ton ventriloquist, appeared on the stage. The Wausau Day festivities carrie to cr successful climax with a Wausau football victory over Marinette AOfO. .wa , 0 X I . lui .Ba ,HA Ly, " MRD HATTERS' DAY OCT. i4, 'ss WINNERS MAD HATTER5' DAY OCT. 14, '55 Most ridiculous F Ed Bahr Most appropriate for Wausau Day Jones Most historical - Ronald Jonas Faculty . Mr, Westlund Story Teiier e Jim Backus Faculty - Miss Hestekind Most appropriate for Wausau Day Bev .lonen Story teller e Jo Glenetsxi Most beautiful - Pat Lane Historical Y Carol Treptow 2.1! -.Q 5-Q cr I JUNIOR GIRLS FORMAL December 27, 1955 Rosy Centeipivu- -lf' v - ' 4 . ,.," I I I ,-- 4 isa r , v .sf-f X, I ge V . 5 i I f f . Junior Gi Christmas Tree Pow 3: Row 2: Pow l DECORATION5 COMMITTEE Nass, Plautz, Wahl, Foote, Lane Sanders Jacoboski McCabe, Sweet, Kesee, Sobko wiok, Kane Allender, Jaecks, Brick, Meyer, fit' I fs i tr- R't'f1d mf- The annual Junior Girls' Formal was held December 27 at the Wausau Elks Club. The music was furnished by Sid Kyler's Swing Band. Birds in gilded cagf es, lighted lanterns, and a frosted tree put the couples in the proper "Winter Fantasy" mood. The dance was sponsored by the girls of the Junior class who selected Karen Jaeclws as their chairman and Sheila Brick as co-chairman. Many gay parties added to the night's festivities. COMMITTEE CHAIRMEN Row 2 lrantow, Miller, Christiansen Jaecks Row l Wahl, Brick, Gease C J Candy King and Queen TOTAL SALES 6,600 one-pound boxes. TOP KINDERGARTEN SALESMEN Clark Everest Ill Virginia Stevens SUPER STUDENT SALESMEN Alvina Salzwedel - 346 Judith Hansen - 152 Carol Walters - 91 Richard Clarkowski - 81 Darrell Grosskopf - 71 Royalty and Court V, is is U 0. I 1 K . TYHQ ,.,"' 'l A L -ali il ,f .ua ' 5 gy 1 L 1 SALT WATER TAFFY SALE AND DANCE Despite a heavy snowstorm and a state basketball tournament, Senior Hi students combined their efforts to sell 6,600 pounds of salt water taffy. Alvina Salz- weidel, home room 161, turned in the top individual sales iob with 346 pounds. Proceeds from this sale are used for Waugonian Council scholarships, for donations to Wausau charity organizations and for a foreign student exchange program. Bill Siebecker served as general chairman. Crowning CANDY COMMITTEE Bill Siebecker Dick Wilke Arne Salvesen Jim Schlueter Beverly Jonen t . e- ,-L- The darkened silhouettes of Parisians a quaint flower cart . . . Paris punch served from an antique wine shop ... danc- ing in the shadow of the Eiffel Tower What could be more enchanting than an evening in Harold Ferron provided the music for dancing at the Youth Building on May ll from 9-12 with the Grand March intricate- ly executed by Queen Nancy and King Dick under the expert di- rection of Miss Zellhoefer. Pre- prom parties, postrprom parties, and breakfasts added to the splendor and mode this year's prom "La Nuit Enchanteef' ' J: qu 'ff " 4 V 'csv' 1 Decorating Committee iPvr- ' -can Ron Graybowski Janis Sillars rents a tux, models a formal Barbara Robbins and Jack Ritchie waiting to be served at the Wausau Club. it General Chairman Y -1 Mr. Reynolds Faculty Advisor MEMORIES ARE ggge MADE or THIS This is a typical scene of our campus during any noon hour in spring or fall. lt is a time of relaxation, when friend- ships are cemented and memories are made. School work is forgotten for a ' sv moment and laughter resounds. The .l Q' up only notes of discord are heard from --- A groups engaged in friendly arguments over school policies and politics. But with the ringing of the bell, students are brought back to reality and school once again resumes to a normal pace Watch the birdie ts spelled W A H Bewitched bothered and bewildered Westlund s motto A sundoe every weekday Bush Kcotz and Silvester students of higher Just looking pretty N L I me learning 10:6 -r'.l.c .4 -M l 414 UQ? tix? .4 my Wremon s words to the wise Obey gives Q few pointers Something s missing Plunder of Pandora s Box The Age of the Tail E' -av 'Im pf L 'zf'6Ht- 433 1. ' ' 7, ' - - 2, I ' - - -L gb ' - 3- A , , ' 9. ' ' ' ' 1 4- l , " IO. ' 5- , ' - ' ' Il. " "' 6, ' K' , ' I ' by ,fr if ' 1 g I ,Q 4 kj , ' If 1 ' ' - f" v 'T ' - t' 0 4 ' Q' x .. , ,, 1 A tl mi' 4, 5 V J l I l t - ' 4 g + F -,Q , ,- W3 . 3 ,. i - -fl . xxx- :xg 5 g 'W Q If f" s ' Q I' VJ . Q L - I . ,1 Q Q - s- ' . Q 91 ' 6 . , 1 it X ' - J, is I l t ax ' k K I - i I 1 i X , K . . .A will " ". 'L' 1"' . st-.QW 'S' V!QNwf'5't g- :W m. " sy?-'t 1 ,Killed ..- A y 5 gi' A ' ' 1. y fit.-'i-if 4 . 1' .V 1 I f , Vt . I It r Q, 4 ,. K f ' l, ' nag '4 -Y, -- ' H i vit ss K A , ' Y 1 ' ""-4-.rfi f ' 'Q I V E p. has it 1. I: f t K r ii.: x , ' - l f ,N A' i ff ,:,b.,,Qfl s l f it ' rt. f -f+f"t' Y t f I f I .' yr.: L- " -Q 'I wc: f Xx' 2 An wurozs , sr 51' X YQ, 4 Yr , ' f S Q T2 ,Ln Wu ffm Nxxxwxlvlwfp L V Qf'Q ' g"f'D-l'?- R I ziyjn -w + 4 ,J ' + X J L Q' X1 i fl yr FL 4 'K , ffl Ku 1' fx ' W A W X 1.ffirxM' t. ,xx ' l-RNE WAHISCAN... 'I 3 ,W-I Standing: Moy, Siebecker, Obey, Rohn, Berndt, Rosenhouer, Larson, Matti, Fruedrich, Heidemun Kneeling: Matzke, Swenby, Sorenson, Woehlert, Plautz, Bachhuber, Lune Sitting: Rohn, Manicke, Jackson, Pautl, Prime Editor-in-Chief . .. .. .Dave Obey Associate Editors ...... Pat Rahn, Lois Woehlert Class Editors .... . . . Karl Fraedrich Karen Manicke Jean Sorenson Activities Editors . . . . Marilyn Matzke Rodney Rohn Julie Swenby Faculty Editor .... . . .Margaret Bachhuber Boys' Sports Editor ..... Norm Berndt Girls' Sports Editor ..... Annah Jackson Joan Pautz Jean Prime ...Pat Lane Billy Moy Artists . . Snapshot Editors . . . . . Larry Matti Karen Plautz Today we are distributing IAOO copies of Volume 40 of the W.H.S. annual. We've kept you guessing about the theme, color, and dedicatee for many months. This 1956 edition of the Wahiscan is the net re- sult of about 3,300 hours of work on the part of the . si Wahiscan editorial and business staffs. Many changes and improvements have been in- novated this year in the hope of producing a superior yearbook. The finished product is now in your hands, Treat this book with care, for it is one of your links with past memories. We hope you like it. . .SKYROCKET EDITORIAL BOARD ROW I: Jonen, Weinkaut, Hendrickson, Nelson ROW 2: Scherr, ladwig, Zunker, Patetield, Shertinski ROW ROW ROW ROW 1' up sf tr ,, s I Our Skyrocket .. . its distribution makes every third Friday of the month more special than the rest. A great deal of work is done by the editorial and business staffs before each issue goes to press, in an effort to turn out the things you enjoy reading in -your school paper. The perfect co-ordination of these two groups can be accredited with keeping the student body posted on the latest happenings. WRITING STAFF Por, Grade, Ashbrenner, Obey, Rohn, Oesterreich, Stark, Jackson, Miller, Schultz, Hanson, Robbins, Lang, Branden- berg, Glertetski, Trantow Dickert, Kiefer, Hansen, Duranceau, Wolters, Ed. wards Weisner, Krueger, Rohn, Deguisne, Rohlotf, Jaecks, Salvador s , s BUSINESS STAFF ROW 21 Stenson, Radtke Schmolze Radke ROW li Mothie, Marquardt S Marquardt A s AHlSCA'l x FLW 1 Harm a 'TWUW W lnnrlrg I The Qulll and Scroll Socrety IS an antefnatvonal Wm orgamzatuon for high school pournallsts whnch 1 has over 3500 chapters throughout the world Q. . ' 1-'F' Bemg selected for membership IS the hrghest hon . v ,, ,, , ,- or which can be glven to hugh school students for 'NNUN5 theur work In lournalrsm Pictured below are the Mhcu people who have earned that honor for their nu work on erther the school annual or the school D newspaper TOP JOURNALISTS -Q75 "2 l l l ROW 3: Bochhuber, lone, Sorenson, Pautz, Berndt, Fraedrich, Pume, Poleqe ROW 2: Rodke, Deguisne, Hendrickson, Krueger, Sherlinski, Jackson, Scherr, Rohn ROW I: Morquordt, Weisner, Munlcke, Cohcil, Motuszak, Schc-el, Matzke, ladwig lAbsent: Skip Nelsonl The Tophrrttrrrs, with .9 ittytttmir melodies, ,me played ttif-ir way ,,.,,3.Uqh another successful ,ey of tWWuStC. Under the Vegtiorz of Howard Frost mn they have continued 5, the tradition of previ trends. adding to the ,gal lite ot the school. 'he band performed at :'bGll hops, the Christ 35 Dance, noon-hour C-ces, basketball hops, e Candy Dance, and the ,nual spectacular Top- irters Show. With the help Ns THE TOP HATTERS ot vocalists, dancers, and instrumental soloists, the Tophatters presented a va- riety ot musical talent. They were organized this year with lO new members, an almost completely new band, After many hours of practice, they achieved their goal of performance in a true dance-band style. To help the Tophatters keep up with our fast mov- ing era, many new selecf tions were added to the more than 300 selections which they now have Old traditional songs ot the Tophatters such as their theme, 'Serenade to a Zombie," "Two Oclock Jump," "Music Makers," and "Night Train," added to the band s individuality, making it one ofthe best in showmanship and musical talent. . -ff X Foster Werth Hansen Baumann K ,f Johnson Kaatz Green Richardt Hanna Rohn Stein Sischo f. lmingen Vocalist Frostman Leader 45 Qu ROW 3: Baken, Muenchow, Kersten, Torney, Opal, Lepinski, Dietzler, ROW 2: Engebretson, Bierbrauer, Werth, Foster, Stubbe Loppn Bloom, Zunker, Vanderkam, Bennett, Hanna, Richardt, Schilling, Krause, Larson, Hansen, Frostman, Stoeterou, Kcctz, Baumann Fe Brandenburg, Erickson, Collette, Schwocho, Puariea ner, Rohn, Epding, Payzer, Zastrow, Stein BAND. The Senior high school marching band participated in the an- nual observance of Veteran's Day and May Day and furnished music and pageantry for the school athletic contests. Musically the band members presented several concerts, during which many of the sec- tions in the band -were featured. Highlighting the season were the band clinic held in Wausau, and the annual music festivals. STARS ofthe ROW 3: Baken, Muenchow, Kersten, Larson, Froslman Hansen Pledger, Trantow, Hoyt, Sischo, Hendrickson, Moy, Kaatz Bennett Schilling, Felch, Rohn INSTRUMENTAL DIRECTORS ff nl "" " 'fa . It ,, M 'Nag . ,J I X h ff N. 'Y ix , ' l 1 0 A. E. McDONELL K. R. N. GRILL Band Orchestra lO2 T7 9 , 2 .: i " 1' ,lflr r Cyl? BAYQH Y-NHPEEPS AND FLAC: SWlNCEPS ? ' !y Q 1. s 1' Y af s - 9 -.," I Standing Zastrow, Matzlre, head twirler, Callahan, Fechtner Kneelnq Donnelly, Hennig, Ef'a, Hend- riclrson POW l Thorpe Malzke Johnson, Harnerla, Zastrow, Poeslre, Green, O R C H E S T R A Thompson Fpflitnisi Glas'-l Klitohl, Callahan, Drern, Poleqe, Harnerlo, Nm-sv C' rplf y Pr-arson POW 2 Linder Marquardt, Reissrnan, Vorwalske, Jordan, lelte, Puariea I l i i x i lx The orchestra played at the dedication of the .lohn Marshall School addition, accompanied the choir in the opera, "The Pirates of Penzance," and as a specialty it accompanied Rodney Rahn in the performance of the first movement of the Second Piano Concerto by Beethoven, and ioined with the choir in presenting a Christmas Can- tata. Corelli, Morton Gould, Boieldieu, Gershwin, Cui, Carmichael, Saint-Saens, Leroy Anderson, Mozart and Romberg, were presented to the students. Kufahl, Eckerle, Vehlow, Urban, Feck, Miller, Lattin, Thomson, Erickson, Col' ROW l Thorpe, HGMEVICI, Pearson, Cotey, Jackson, Ninnemann, Etta, Miller, Donnelly, Hennig, Hanson, Favell, Polege, Hamerla l gy ll ' ' 1 ff r 0 f 5 A H 0 0 fi lt GIRLS' GIRLS' GLEE CWB: RCW 4: longholl, R. Schultz, Tesch, Kersten, Hoefs, Krueger, Kulhol, Tronnetxki, Tremel, lest, Ninnemonn ROW 3: Treptow, Anderson, Johnson, Finke, Non, King, Grimm, Aschbrenner, Hentz, Bettin ROW 2: Piion, Sweet, Schnobel, Enstod, Shipwoy, Felot, Adernshok, Thompson, lohne, Froehlich ROW I: Dustin, Goetsch, V. Schultz, Kohnhorst, Sporisky, Sorenson, lusolocchi, Utech, Kun- nonz, Dodge c S f f CHOIR . . , ' 5 Q . Q O X 0 0 x 'c 0 ' o , A o 0 uf R 'W I - " f 0 . .0 5' we , Q Q.Q'. 3: e 9 K - x .UQ I C . .Y v ' ' h ' ' W 0' . J I . x 5 " , ' G . . O fr, I ex I . s' 0 Q ' " A l - ' '-.A Y ' . gf A L 3, , - , 4 ,. O 'Q , A I by I 1 x x II I I nv vile: .s It . It 5- N. If CHOIR: ROW 4: Pautz, Miller, Tornow, Malone, Komin, Obey Robbins, Vehlow, Gumz, Johnson, Rubow, lietz ROW 3: ROW 2: Pieper, Struck, Schultz, Wodinske, Mothweek, Wosmundt ROW I: Holubetz, Bournonn, Teach, Frantz, Wochholz MALE CHORUS MALE CHORUS: ROW 3: lemma, Bystrom, Kickbusch, McCaIlin ROW 2: Beltz, Miller, Jones, Conklin ROW I: McCorten, Hadley, Wilcott 1 vaed "Hdllllts" lor the 1955-'56 school year are: Gab. Gals' Glee Club, and Male Chorus: Light comic opera "Fidel el Penzance" was produced and ably assisted by a line volunteergroupollacultymembersandtlreorcllestra. Clirlstmas: Choir gave a carol program at Kiwanis, and Rotary Clubs, also tlle First American State Bank. A Nativity type program given lor our own assembly. - Spring Concert: The Girls' Glee Club and Choir participated April 30. ' Festivals: To lllinelander May 5 for Choir and Girls' Glee Club. To Stevens Point for Choir Solo and ensemble students on April 21. Metropolitan Opera Trip: The Choir and Orchestra to see "lig- oletto," in Minneapolis, May 19. . As usual the Clleir sang for laccalaureate. lefore we realized it, graduation and summer vacation time arrived. ls., Xl A so ,la ROW 4: Ortlieb, Kanter, Goetsch, Zamzaw, lramer, lelrnla ROW 3: Jarnes, lartelt, Kroening, laclxus, le Pine, Sporisky ROW 2: Horn, Marquardt, Messing, A. Krueger, S. Krueger, Guen- ing ROW I: Salvador, White, Hooper, McDonald, Jaeclxs a UV O O r a Q "o E .- s,a 1 O Margaret Pierce Director ff- PIRATES CF 5 PENZANCE 'kk l n 1 The frightened policemen lDave Bystrom and May nard McCallenl are overcome by our fearless pi rates lLePine, Bramer, Egdahl and Malone-J ..JW lion-hearted Frederick Uim Backusi is held at gunpoint by the pirate' king Uohn James, and his slightly outspoken nursemoid Ruth Uune Hooperl. 1, 4 Maior General Stanley lDuane Zamsowl is kidnapped by the pirates. ' Left ta Right: THE CAST Kneeling: Barbara Robbins, Paulette Struck Sitting: James Backus, Mary Sue lmingon Standing: Juno Hooper, Larry Egdahl, Richard Malone, DuWayne Zamzow, Mary Ellen Vehlow, Jalm James I if gf r'5 Xxib.. On Tuesday, November 22 i955 at 7:30 p.m. the music de- partment presented the comic opera, "The Pirates of Pen- zance," by Gilbert and Sullivan, When Frederick was a little boy his nurse, Ruth, was told to apprentice him to a pilot. She heard incorrectly and appren- ticed him to a pirate, Frederick loathed the trade he served and prepared to lead a band of police against the pirates. The Pirate King discovers that Fred- erick was born on February 29th and is only five years old so he still is under indenture to the pirate king. The operetta ends in a dramatic climax with the dis- covery that the pirates are noble- men in disguise and all ends well. Standingt Boken, Kufahl, Hansen, Pledger, Hanson Kneeling' MOY, Dustin, Dodge Highlighting the Christmas As- sembly was the cantata. It set the well-known Christmas story to Latin-American music. The character portrayals were pan- tomimed by members of the or- chestra with the words sung by the choir. The orchestra accom- panied the musical selections of the choir. The drama, music, art, and practical arts departments combined talents to make the Cantata a success. The angel appears to Mary and the Babe A...- CHRISTMAS CANTATA Mary, Joseph, and the Angel 1 A Sitting: Hendrickson Standing: Matzko, Sischo Standing: Pledgcr, Moy, Larson, Sischo, Matzke Kneeling: Hanson, lahn, Dustin, Hanson, Hendrickson, Kufahl, Dodge 1 Left to Right Woehlert lStudent Directorl, Obey lMinisterl, Bush lMr. Lambertl, Silvester fMr Chasel, Mueller lDr. Sullyl, Matzke lAnne Darrowj, Parish lRip VcnBretl, Heinrich lcaroline Vqn Bretl, Miller lVictoria Van Bretl, Swenby lAveryl Siebecker lMr. Neill, Mueller llouisel, Hoag lund Uelsonl, Pliskie lwilliaml. SENIOR CLASS PRESENTS.. DOUBLE DOOR An air of mystery enveloped the Senior High School auditorium on October 25 and 26, as the cast of the Senior Class Play uniquely presented "Double Door" by Elizabeth McFadden. The quotation "A shrine this room and a prisf on" depicted the sinister dominance of Victoria Van Bret over her household, until it was broken, almost at the expense of Anne's life. This fascinating theatrical production, described by many as the best in years, was presented to a large receptive audience who acclaimed it as one of outstanding acting ability and direction. 1 f 44 , Y I ff: 1' ' 1 MU x vw f TBLEN7' ZH CDW N949 ' Pow-Q p! ukvfs cmd phfnhr-vs RON" lw""sf7" fvxfvw Cumpbml . F'Di'f :wc aww' Yo, :fw'v1-N M.o'f11NJf"-P-mcf ' N'-f zz" from :on :cw Cnww HQ-Fwd' -1 Jivvp 'vq w'Hw azz lohvwxon Smhn SM- fw Vox c:"d P fhcrdf J N- Hoopfv moons o WYNQIN A Ffh Gnd SM- Sivokv x-News Vwo ' SG can dw Con con cow Nuvvcy WoNkr-f P N My Nukorms Jon SwlNo's doe-s on Inciwwv drlvvcfr O We Tomorvow Tno Teach Boumofvfv, KMQM .fx Stl. ROW 3 SchIue0er Nuernberg i ROW 2 Campbell Wulke Sorenson ROW I Rohn Jonen Weusner wsu., --f x ROW ROW ROW ROW ssgidf 11,5 Rakow, Schluefer, Duvrisac, Payne Kell, Johnson, Obey, Hocglund, Christian Hammond, Krause, Slone, Kluender Blank, Backus, Smiih ' Y BADGER BOYS AND GIRLS in "'4. UTHROTAR L N-4 -5 r Us VARSITY DEBATE ROW 3: Marquardt, Silvester, Johnson, Salvesen, Campbell ROW 2: Siebecker, Zastrow, Brick, Bachhuber ROW lr Scheel, Lane, Sanders lAbsent: Braun, Our varsity debaters took part in seven tournaments this year. These were: Eau Claire High School "Kick- off," Merrill Invitational, Wisconsin-Minnesota Invita- tional, sponsored by State College of Eau Claire, Na- tional Forensic League, official district, sectional and state finals of the Wisconsin High School Forensic As- SOPHOMORE DEBATE.. After a series of tryouts fifteen Sophomores were selected to represent our high school on the official Sophomore squad. Twelve of these competed in the "B" division of the "Wisconsin-Minnesota Invitational I' E 'Z' 6 mill N Ll Nl ll2 K Muellerl sociation. Our debaters won over two-thirds of all their debates and placed first, second or third in seven tournaments. We entered the state finals at Madison, as we have done for many years, and we won third place. Tournament, sponsored by the State College of Eau Claire where they won ten out of twelve debates. Three debates were reserved for alternates. ROW 3: Weir, Green, Doty, Schilling, Hansen, B. ROW 2: Sternberg, Urban, Beilke, Johnson ROW 1: Thompson, Hansen, J., Gumz, Baken. H T' NSW QOAKHFS i,.r, .O ,mm Bull Walkof Se-df-r Gisvold, Marquardv i l , NATIONAL FORENSIC LEAGUE ROW 3: Bachhuber, Beilke, Brick, Zasfrow, Braun, Silvesler D. Johnson. ROW 2: Lane, Tolsch, M. L. Johnnon, Mueller, Doly, Camp- bell. ROW I Scheel, Baken, Hendrickson, Sanders, Urban, Sie becker, Weir. -, 'I ,I VM? I 1 , Y 31" f Nancy Weigner DAP 'NN one' FORENSIC WINNERS Serious Declamaflon Humorous De-clamahon Original Oralory Non Original Orafory Exvemporaneous Speaking Exlemporcneous Reading Inverprevuve Reading Four Minute Speech ....., Absenf Loi SUSAN BAKEN, KAREN TRANTOW DONALD PLISKIE, SUE HENDRICKSON GLENN SILVESTER, WM, SIEBECKER JUNE HOOPER, RICHARD MUELLER MARY SANDERS, WM. HUSSONG JOAN KIEFER, LOIS DETERT EVEIYN KESEE, MARIAN BEILKE DAVE OBEY, JERRY SCHILLING s Devert CAMPUS CAPERS THAT CATCH THE EYE Seniors Hendrickson Dustin Ltetz Stauffer Swenby Weisner Sorenson, Matzke, and Zlrbes make themselves comfortable on the campus while they play that drfflcult'9 game of con centratlon Elaine Stauffer claps her hands on her lap as she calls the next number Please see spe clalist Swenby for further information 7' Pat Jean Arlene and Janice trying to get in? or out' Toburen Sorenson and Dewey arrange a lun or home room for a yearbook picture Sturm writes his name on someone s sole A two wheeled threesome Janet Steve and Lynn Houglund s hideaway' That beautiful girl is Karen Hanson Frankie Stanczyk the human basketball begins to drop through the playground hoop -J L QV" 1-'0Bht4x Iii H mx. 7 x-ef' fur" Who? 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'Q I SEEING DOUBLE9 THAT S RIGHT TWINS' ,wan-MW- Bi-1--I-Y if if Thomas and Gerald Hagenbucher Grace and Greta Krnenke Annoh and Joel Jackson Arthur and Ardln Muelke Sue Ann and Ruth Ann Shrake l- 1. i it ' I PS YA 1.5-if -.Af Wim Stanley and Stella Sporusky Gaul and Nell Schmntt Wayne and Warren Olson Gerald ond Gerald ne Brendemuehl Here as double trouble for the teachers Maybe you too have thought you saw the same person twnce In two different places at the same tame Here s the reason There are nlne sets of twlns nn our l955 1956 student body Slx of the sets are fraternal twuns who appear about once ln every enghty or nunety bnrths Accordnng to vntal statlstlcs there are approx: mately 600000 sets of udentucal twms In the Unuted States today We have three sets of thas type at Wausau Hugh It Is nearly lmpossnble to tell them apart because they look so very much aluke Try It yourself some tume when you see an udentucal set In the halls around school IIS I . . , I . -,. ...,,, , ,,,,, 1 , .- I 5 ,.,. .' . 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FIRST SEMESTER STUDENT COUNCIL OFFICERS President Duck Wllke Vrce President Arne Salveson Secretory Duck Blank 6 SECOND SEMESTER STUDENT COUNCIL OFFICERS President .llm Backus Vnce Presldent Neal Thorpe Secretary Kqy Dugfm COMMISSIONERS SCHOOL AFFAIRS FINANCE PUBLICITY SOCIAL AFFAIRS .lock Bush Nancy Numz Nancy Wensner .Icme Fechtner Kay Seefeldt I A I I - OF... v I ..,.........,. I 'T' PEP .....I.....I X wa 0 o 4 ..... - X 4 3, T S 4-1,11 .,. J: "Q I '- ' I " Y"-Y. w I ' I ,.rI.,rdr.,.I.r - I N I I I - . - .....r.r. I I 'fx' ' I Y- S' 1 QW IGS, A :EQ 5-I .Q I .. I Q' .lr L: . . ' ........,...... ' fx!- . .,........ Q . , , E fb , I ,Q ,Q c. VPST POW' POW' RCW POW 1' SMESTER 4 Fromm, NU:-rrwbrxrq, Vo'krr1or1, Green Cromer, Boker, Scnrnurzier Becker, Kerr Loppnow, Tornow, Prehn, Bon' koskr 3 losrrow Poferreld, Amt Horrz, Page Sfnmolze, Walsh, Seovers, LeP-ne Vorwolske, Anderson, Geese, Bohk 2 Koppc, Polrrsch, Joecks, BNennerV, Lewrtzke, Kosrenscnrmdr, V Morquordr, Rasmussen, S Mcxrquordr 7 Kane, Cork, Fechtner, Scnuirz, Gcxrske, Cora, A, Morqucrdr, Dusfrn SECOND SEMESTER ROW 4 Schrnolzo, KNuender Bierbro.er Schu'rz Cromer Payne Keri Goerszh, Herzog, Eggebrechr, Zunker, ROW 3 Bob Wornholz, Johannsen, Pcurz, Wernkouf, Koepp, Luna SeHzer, Jones LePrne, Holkogkr 2 Nnkon Morse Severson, Rasmussen Krueger, Anderson Schufrz Wusnrewski, Lerr1ke,PclescH Luedfke 1 Londerville, Shrcke, Jackson Texge, Scnulrz, Lutz, Holdrrdge, Glenerskr. I f X I 1 7 SOCIAL COMMITTEE.. .J ,, ,, ta o 'I S ' , S 3, 5. 'G 36 3 9 uf 9 as ROW ROW ROW ROW K Joecks ludwng Bochhuber Dnvudson Johnson Treu Senm Stautfer Henntg Seeteldt Lone Rohn Mctzke Sorenson Zurbes Zohrt Fechtner Dushn Glenetska Chrustensen Smith VehIow Wensner Severson Morquordt Flotter Wolters Seller J Jcecks Swenby McDonald Hooper WAUGONIAN COUNCIL ,J -.A ROW 2 Bochhuber Woehlert Detert Strussmonn ROW I Dustun Kcstenschmldt Wagner Poeske Fechtner -1 XC' v-v 4-f' 4. . 13 ., " I I I' I Y -H ,,, ' .. f f - F' X ,r 4: ' I . I A . I I V . I I . 31 . , , , , I , , I1 , . , V , , , . I I - 1 K' N -. - i ' I, . , 4 ,X -:, I . - 1: 11- 1 - . 5 - K a v -v: V .. - ',,ri""'- I, , 22-23,0 " In V ' . I . ,-'Q' if . MONI TO USHERS W 2: Weinkauf, Smith, Piicn W 1: E. McCabe, Kesee, J. McCabe C' NOON HOUR ASSISTANTS chool Q fx xxx W - . , c ROW : ofsky, D v' son, Pros' ff rfb' i C01 105 - 1 z"f ?Q 51 'Sprechen sie nicht Deutsrr Well, then we will put it in big lish. Forty-three students ioineci we club. Every first Wednesday me, met in the library. One of the gsm activities was the selling of panty and German cookies at the Clic: mas dance. The group participate-C in German skits, songs, and fry. dancing. 26 Lett to Right ROW' 1 Plier Kaplom, Woczke, Marcott ROW 2 Deguisne, Wallace, Sobkowiak, 1 , .4 Seidler if ROW 3 lund, Bachhuber, Brick, Miller, Stephenson ROW 4 Seim, Wallach, Hagenbucher, Hal' y koski, Stone ... P PN 1, -I. ,J pg' all V .S 1 fi oo rs- in l if -6- ,Vx H- 1 l i TN Spanish Club introduced mem' bers to customs, dances, music and song of Spanish speaking nations. A fiesta at the Christmas meeting was highlighted with the traditional pinata. In January a noon hour dance was sponsored for the Wau- gonian Scholarship Fund, some Spanish folk dances were featured for it. TM: iwln lS organized for lhe pvipigis of sfimularung unleresl in gr-wviislvy This is clone by field trips rv ihdavricil plcmfs, outside speak' grs cmd 'eacher and sfuclent demon- Ierfifiori, An annual QVETNT is Yhe rfirgiiriel apple saln The entire pro- ceeds are given lo the Waugonian Qliil, for scholarships. I 1 Q' 5 P3 A il 5. , . i - Q .- J, " sl ROW l Flaker, Zirbes, Donnelly, Smith FQW 2 Schultz, Kryshak, Johcnnsen, Roe- der, Schulfz, R., Krolikowski ROW 3 Herman, Cherek, Riley, Schlueier, Lepinski, Revie ROW A Swanson, Schoepke, Kluever, Kaslen, Zulawnik, Kuelher, Slubbe, Fraedrich Q 2 6 " if ig 'N Q 'Z 'F i6'f'7"fq'C'9 Le-ff ro Righl ROW l Tesberg Lerch, Slohr, Drews ROW 2 White, O Neil, Thompson, Manecke ROW 3 Kufohl, Christiansen, Kovach Messing ROW 4 Dehn, Jones, Beal, Grimm, Loch nef -9. .' , 1 ' 4- "' S' al? Uv 54 - ,4 ,j Left to right: ROW ROW ROW ROW 99 A Ve lf 'F 4: Anderson, Wendorf, Hoffman, Feck, Jonas, Erdmon, Tremel, Heidemann, Marks 3: May, Fusl, Schalow, Grenier, Cherek, Mois, Groife, Brieker 2: Seidler, Shotolo, Leininger, Wahl, Hansen, Rohn, Polege T: Knapp, Kesee, Pergolski, Wolf, Krueger, McCabe, Weinke SENIOR GREGG'CLUBU SENIOR GREGG CLUB ROW 4: ROW 3, ROW 2: ROW l: 122 Strassmun, K o n k el Tietz, Reischel, Goeisch Pctefield, Loabs, Du rcncecu, Behnke Schultz, Semercu, Kas lenschmidt, Lewifzke Wiederhoeft, Poeske Dern, Teske, Hoppe Ditfmar, Brendemuehl Ollholf, Rcdke, Sow yer, Raosch, Hallman Kell Olson, Mcrquardt Schnabel, Pelol, Bou mann, Rodlke, Mueller. ART CLUB N FlRST WEDNESDAY CLUB The Pep Club was organized to promote student attendance at and enthusiasm for school sports. Com- mittees were formed tor bulletin board promotion, to help with Wau- sau Day, promoting MadAHatter participation and selling W-Day buttons, Other club members work- ed under the A-team cheerleaders to give lively pep assemblies. Off:se7fft.'5f'59-1 S ,I F 0, Q -E r HC- 9 gf' iz?" The first Wednesday and third Wednesday Music Clubs have the same program material. The Club is divided into two sections because of the limited seating capacity of the music room. The Club dues are 11Oc per year, and are used to pur- chase recordings and the supplies necessary to make the club function. The only requirement forthe club is that those who become members come to the meetings to listen. The Music Club is very popular with the students at Wausau Senibr High, and there are always many more students who wish to ioin than the music room will accommodate. T 'l 123 CONSERVATION CLUB.. ij,-f3""fte'f f' -u'1nf5.-:in 63.1 "' .TCU ff 110 fn, The Conservation Club of the Senior High School is composed of boys who are interested in some phase of conservation whether it be our trees, soil, or wild life. Each meeting throughout the year is devoted to the discussion of a different phase. Activity of the club centers around the school forest where reforestation and nature trail and club house development is done by the members. The Future Farmers of America, or the "FFA" as it is commonly known, is the national organization of boys studying vocational agriculture in our high schools, The foundation upon which the Senior High School Chapter of 'FUTURE FARMERS OF AMERICA is built, includes leadership and character development, sportsman- ship, cooperation, service, thrift, scholarship, improved agriculture, organized recreation, citizenship and patriotsm. F. F. A.. A' .Qs A P., li Z 'Mr cl GAA. OFHCERS Left vo Right: Sitting Polege, Rubow, Kohn Standing' Perner, Severson, Swenby, Woehl erv, Oesterreich, Topper, Borski sf Q0 . fl -' 4 M , SKI CLUB OFFICERS -I' ' ' ' I ug 0 er o man J x 'U A ls , Sijhrziizlieii :ilunneiy A Q 1 Q ., 1 g J 5' 92 I I 1 . .Q 3',!v Q I s V 1' 4' , Y ,W , fx STAGE CREW ROW 4: Jackson, Mason, Plisch, Sfieber, Zeidler, Sellung ROW 3: Hussong, McGraw, Ashbrenner Shannon, Piehl ROW 2, Froom, Zosvrom, McCullough, Puc- rieu, Davidson ROW I. Kell, Grenier, Zimmerman, Urban QQ -1 K! ,B ,r cu , f -111 I . The main proiect of the Drama Club is the annual Variety Show. Club members begin planning the show in the fall, elect chairmen of committees and make suggestions for themes and acts Shortly after Christmas the suggestions are voted upon and actual work begins. The remaining Club meetings are userf for rehearsal The Top Hatters furnish the music and the acting, dancing, and committee work are har: cllecl by the Drama Club. The proceeds go to ttwv Wciugoriicirr Council Scholarship Fund can YT ir Dt. 'WG ng ., The Dance Club is a newcomer to our club activ- ities this year. Its purpose, as stated in its name, is to teach dancing, specifically, ballroom dancing. The officers are: President, Marilyn Miller, vice presi- dent, Grace Thompson, secretary, Jan Sillars, treas- urer, Carol Meyer and program chairman, Kitty 6 U vu? Langford and Janice Christianson. Judy Anderson is the dance instructor and our faculty advisor is Miss Walker. The large enrollment of 75 girles is mute testimony to the fact that it proved to be a very popular club. The underclassmen are looking for- ward to including boys next year. to - ,L f rc c Q:..'f:f'-t " K . W . .. als ,P l A X , .- 5- l ' 1 ' 'J TU v -Q "" P-A. A. :W L e I- ., ,,, .L ,N 10" ' gm ,cr 'f V 3 T11 ,Q 'T ' G s . f Curling has been established as a maior inter-school sport in Wiscon- sin. The local club is in its ninth year of organized curling. Boys curl after school on Tuesday and Thursday. A club champion is de- termined through a play-off at the end of the season. Each year our club takes part in Bonspiels in Por- tage and Madison, as well as the local 'spiel. Q POW POW ROW ROW ROW ROW POW ROW Anvlarn Hintze Msez er N' Kgctz Pts-his Anderson SUDD N--iron Bm-fr-tt Hanna Swan 55- Ntpfg f-K Lsteschwager Stanton, Zunve ion mr-r MQHI-r Tessrrter K'e n whrnia' Paatz Poeslvff Gerts ,rms wgito Kupzzr Boyce WG sh Z wh GO6'5fh W ederhoeft, Rubow, Hoppe, Kort, Stein, Nielsen Schmitz, Lewitzke Wonta, Larson, Duranso, Hardina Hamerla, Johnson, Goetsch Bennett, Kasmier, Thorpe, Kan- nenberg, Ristow, Larson Coushman, Arlen, Slazer, Eisens Drager, Weir, Slanczyk if-1 'N Q PROJECTIONIST CLUB.. Proiectionist Club members are giving service YO the school at all times They mastei the skills neces- sary to operate and maintain such machines as the sound proiector, filmstrip and slide proiector, tape recorder, arc proiector, and the opaque projector. Club members handle the incoming and out-go! ing films, set up machines and operate them for regf ular classes, for school clubs and for community organizations. e'5'?QQ05?f7 F' H015 9 -1 fl J --N 'Stn 'V " Each year the club carries out a niaior proiert to earn money for Vtfaugonian scholarships, Club otti cers are President, Edward Radant Vice-President, Barbara Kane Secretary, Carol Manecke Treasurer, Duane Winnie Arc Proiectionist, Edward Davidson , . H . ",tn unit- '4 9504, '34 i fl JUNIOR GREGG CLUB.. This club is primarily for those taking Shorthand l and ll. We meet local businessmen and women who are invited to our meetings. Some of the things which are discussed at our meetings are the skills and personality requirements of a good stenograph- er. Personal appearance and social relations are also discussed. Each year the club has a proiect of raising money Tl' to contribute to the Waugonian Scholarship Fund. The officers of the Junior Gregg Club this year are as follows: President Marlene Janz Vice-President, Barbara Kahn Secretary, Susan Bell Treasurer, Barbara Kersten ',-.r,'P , FUTURE 2 Q N, Jfiffi V V, ,. Q, 5- TEACHERS of AMERICA I5 it your ambition to become a teacher? Or are you undecided and curious to learn if you have the qualities, aptitude, drive and desire to become a top-notch teacher? The F.T.A. offers you an opportunity to explore teaching and discover if it is the career for you. BOOK CLUB ,."S"A"'M"t 1 6 I l fi '30 President .... Susan Brandenberg Secretary ........ Joann Zastrow Program Chairman . Nancy Walker X-. , The Book Club has as its purpose A ' ' it to promote and encourage interest Q' B ' ' Tr in reading. Stimulating and unusual I ig books of an outstanding nature are Y '7 reviewed both by club members and l - ' outside speakers. I . f lin ' ' A l X ll, A Q lm, C FT A ff 'ft A g l ss- Q A O,-5,3 J ' ' tl ' f ' Lp 'l ,, "awe-sr MATH CLUB Mathematics is a fine art and a useful science. President William Siebecker with secretary-treasurer, Dennis Christian, Vice-president Richard Nuernberg and reporter, Russell Bennett, engineered seven good programs. Highlights were the trip through D. J. Murray plant, the colored film, "Engineers - a career for youth," and army slide rule film strips. l29 ,X CAM ERA CLUB. Lett to Ri ROW l: gill: Riehle, Pospycholo, Bor- chcrdt, Eckerle, Blum iii fy- ..,' v ROW 2: Seltzer, J., Foster, Motu- szok, Prcist, Malok, Selt- zer, R, ROW 3: Peterson, Opcl, Cass, Egdahl, Schymcnslxi, Schoepke ROW 4: Zahn, Hoffman, Nelson, Dutrisac, Murquardt, Prohl, Boehmer. i -- 1 , H FBT! 1 ' 4 , - ieag , V ,Q - ax., JS ,Uni Q1 .. .. ,5 ' ij' 3 , f 'ai 1 w J , vi ,' . 1 .v 7 I 3: Q .2 A I Ct- . -3 Ct LATIN CLUB I The purpose of the Latin Club ill" Officers: First Consul, Robert Schiller, Second Consul, Robert Becker, First Scribe, Pat Lane, Second Scribe, Joan Morse, Qucestor, Edwin Fromm HOME EC CLUB 130 ROW ROW ROW ROW T is to provide means of learning more about Roman mythology cmd phases of Roman life through dramatizations, talks and social meetings. The yeor's program culminates in the very enioyable Roman banquet. Geier, Vochowiak, Cooney, Springer, Schwocho Kiekhoeter, Piian, Groshek, Mittelstcedt, Hommond, Beyer, Wiegandt Spcrdel, Allds, Porosky, Detert, Gorski, Hoff, Kraemer Jaecks, Weinkcut, Geose, Kuether, Geiger, Gutowski, Bloom I o G ."" LQ ' - 1 XE i A 6 . 3 ' . fs, ffl? Q64 fi 7 f ffrf1fMfffJlQzfy Cfll.?I'I'A! ky fin 1.9.76 A Acrne Prlntlng . .. B Baerenwalds l.G A. Food Market . Baumann Hardware Co. . Benson Optical Co. . . Blg Shoe Store .. . Bissell Insurance Agency . Bowl-A-Dome .. . . . . Central Plumbrng and Heatrng Co Chrcken Deluxe Caterrng Servlce Cltlzen s State Bank Cloverbelt Cooperatrve Scrvrces Culllaan Soft Water D e lndustrral O Deluxe Beauty Shop Duskey Ottrce Equrpment E ahls Ice 8 Lel Eld dge Camera Shop Inc Elect lcal Contractrng O Emmons Statronery Co Employer s Mutual Fashron Store Frrst Amerucan State Bank Franklrn Savrngs and Loan Assocuatron French Slupper Shop Genruch Terwrlluger Wakeen Prehler 8. 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' i . i ' . wa H 3-M Us MODLRNS SEZ LIBMAN COMPANY PaU0mZelhC Tl? Humber Street M O D E R N ldephom 9618 SHOE STORE WAUSAU PAPER MILLS CO Artlsdns of Elm Papers General Off1eeS 'md M1115 Brokaw, WISLCJHSID Exeeutne Sales Offlues 111 W WaS111ngt1Jn Street, Llnugo 2 I111I101S WIECHMANN HARDWARE COMPANY BISSELL INSURANCE A G E N C Y GENERAL HARDWARE Incorporated HouSEwARES APPLIANCES 119 123 WASHINGTON STREET PHONE 3160 wAuSAu WISCONSIN CY L WG SU W C0 S 7 Q . 0 1 1 1 1 7, A 1 1 . AQ!! 1 k N. U Y . ..1 I X A 1 . 1 T . ' C . y -vq 1 1' 'NX . 4 Q M er- otz Building - u u, is n in , PLOSS DRUG COMPANY Herbert W Genrach Propruefor The Prescrzptzmz Druggzsts Phone 5069 512 Thlrd Street Wausau Wtstonsm Congratulatxons To The Class of 1956 Cor 7nd and Washmgton Wausau Wls Penney s Wausau WAUSAU ICE AND FUEL COMPANY PHONE 4091 Jefferson Street Wausau Wlsconsm BEST WISHES TO THE CLASS OF 1955 CENTRAL PLUMBING AND HEATING CO LET US DO YOUR WORK We Serve You Best STOKOL COAL STOKER Petro O11 Burners Air Condltlonmt, Domestic Water Systems DIAL 4158 104 Scott Street Wausau Wlsconsm MIRMAN'S in 315 I , , . . . U M. .. .Y W H V F l23OKc Mustc News Sports D A I' E Compliments of INDUSTRIAL COMPANY FRANKLIN SAVINGS IOUIPMI-NI AND SUPPLIES A N D LO A N A S S N 'OX J tekson Street Telephone 5985 WAUSAU WISCONSIN SPECTACLE CRAFTSMEN AND STYLISTS SINCE 1913 C S 502 FITSI Amerlcan State Bank Bldg Telephone 5503 WAUSAU WISCONSIN S I I I I - A ' 329 Fourth Street Wausau, Wisconsin Q - QISSG bY--4 UPIICIANS C 4 CONGRATULATIONS I5 OO f CLASS of T956 Best Wishes For the Future CIJNSIN SERVICE CORPUFII C ony ttul ttrons DUSK Of Ice Equnpmeni Smlth Corona Port thles Addtnb Mmhmcs Sales Itlmz, Cabmcts Desks Churs 709 .I Lkson St Phone 3808 C OITTPIIHICTII of MUELLER JEWELERS Srd and Wnshtnbton Streets VNALSAU WISCONSIN ConLr1tuI ttlons To the C I iss of 1996 I-rom the HOLLYWOOD dfl H Y 29 DR VE THEATRES Compliments of LONSDORF S NORTH SIDE DRUGS 1702 Sixth Street F W Lonsdorf RPh Phone 5743 ' :I it U5 ,O C1 Db s: P-I '-4 I '11 Z '-1 Z if Z Z cn I t Comes From . E 5 r-4 - WPA , A T ' , ,. 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N , 1 V . fl "vue-,,-I X 'S v. 1 Q W v I 'I Il., . . . 2 C Ompllmcnts of the DRESSES AND SPORTSWEAR from IOR YOUR C REA TI R IIN TI R IAINMENT PI FASURI 128 Scott Street SEIM BROTHERS Your Home for CLOTHES OPPOSITE THE COURT HOUSE CONGRATULATIONS TO THE NICKEL HARDWARE CLA55QF1956 SUPPLY CO NORTH SIDE Dealers rn General Hardware Burldmg B A K E R Y MHICFIHIS Palntb OIIS APPIIHDCCS Etc Offrce and Warehouse Phone 21690 West End of Washmgton and Scott Sts WAUSAU WISCONSIN 1506 3rd Street Wausau Wlsconsm Congratulations Class of I956 INTER CITY MARKET Schofield . Wlsconsun Hart, Schaffncr and Marx 44 YL N.-1' ll, Plctured above are the 1955 graduates of Wausau Semor Hugh School now employed wlth Employers Mutuals Many recent Wausau graduates now work rn the Home Offlce and Employers Mutuals locatlons across the country Our smcerest congratulatlons to the 1956 graduates' You are cordially mvlted to drop ln for a VISII at elther of our Wausau offlces Perhaps an msurance career Wlll appeal to you too .f - A fmnovzns 5 Murum wlusw Employers Mutuals QP Wausau "Good people to be aSSOC1atCd w1th" 3 . 1' fe .4 ' -1:3 T 'o 3 'vw Q ' Q u X -.I Y H 1 kg: vu , 2 l , J ,V 1 L, f - , . , . +I- h 1 1 f , f , ff . we ii 1 r ', f U E . 'Q , . K ll Nj l UI I comcRATUlA1loN.s W ST HILL FLORAL Sol,-TWATER AMERICAN HOME 1 FR CULLIGAN E57 CONGRATULATIONS TO THE CLASS OF 1956 :gan So PAH Low s TRAVEL cooos Wafer Service 307ThdSt oe56O LARSON S CLEANERS Have Us Clean Your Clothes and Enjoy Our Prompt Delivery Service PHONE 3456 or 21234 303 SOUTH ZND AVENUE : : WAUSAU, WISCONSIN I4 IAASIION IN lfl- 'VLRS rgj By Murien and Mel 'IO 'lHli CLASS OI- 1956 E lull!! om ,om C u I I It if . Ph n 6 1 DELUXE BEAUTY SHOP C mpllments of N SPECIALISTS IN HARDWARE COMPANY HAIR STYLING AND TINTING EXPERT HAIR SHAPING O N E Coal Charcoal All Shell Oll Wood Dowflake Products PHONE 4403 PHONE 4430 BUILDING MATERIALS Phone 95255 Warehouses m Schofleld BEST WISHES FROM CITIZENS STATE 'If PETRAN Jewelers BANK WAUSAU WISCONSIN Next to the Flrst Amerzcm State Bmk Member Federal Reserve System On 3rd Street Member F D I C wo , Q P H 3 I 3 3 559: ,L :SI 'E .Lt -' wk wk wk af wk Pk Pk wr 31 :If Ulf PIC PIC PIC PIC PI- ' . ' 2 2 Cheap Furniture is EXPENSIVE and an Txtrtvlgtnce, Wluen uality Marchin- dxsc Cm Be Bought For So Llttle tt RADANDT FURNITURE CO LPNTRAI WISCONSIN S ARCPSI' PXLIUSIVF HOMF PLRNISHERS GREETINGS from T E PIL T Pnnhng and Publlshmg Company COMMERCIAL PRINTING OFFICE SUPPLIES STATIONERY E Telephone S701 E FURNXTUR 717 Thnrd Street Wausau Wmconeu VMffTT'mL Eiadigllggs OPPERMANN INSURANCE AGENCY 'N C Wausazl s Smm test COMPLETE INSURANCE SERVICE 319 FOURTH ST WAUSAU WIS Home Fur msbzng Telephone SII3 S1916 Cgniep 408 Thlrd St 81 Years of Honest Dedlmg' Wausau Wnsconsm I47 , , , , . A 1 2 4 C K C ' . A I - A , 1 C L I w 1 T T , 4 4 ' ' . f 1 - T I I, l .. 1 4 4 ' . . . Q - ' ' ' NLE I ..V Q . I 11-nn ,.,f .z, Y fu f fs 2, I ., , . o , ' 1 1 . I . 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PET SH 7 TRADEHOME SHOES ll GREETINGS' MARATHON PRESS Complete Prmtmg Servlee Letterpress Lnhogrdphy Artwork Duphcatmg DIreet M411 200 Plflx Avenue Telephone 464 Concr.1tul.1tIons Class of 1955 A U S A MLMISLR ILIJSRAL DEPOSIT IINSURANQS QOMPANY Say "FIRST FOR THIRST SINCE 1900" 'GREENHOUSE FRESH" THE Luhjrgm FLORAL BOTTLING WORKS C 0 M P A N Y soFr DRINKS TAVERN SUPPLIES STORE AND GREENHOUSE GLASSWARE 1314 Grand Ave CNext to MCmOfl8l Hoepltalj P H O N E 5 3 5 4 NORTH SIDE PHONE 2 1212 1504 3rd Street Wausau, WISCODS n J Y " 'Its lfinl thc Right Show -I 3- ' .' 'ss ' I.A'l'liS'l' S'l'Yl.lfS I.OVVlfS'l4 PRlC'liS RO OP 518 - .. Li 2 I . . . . A fa - V Cyf I . 11 I A A w u, w I s c o N s I N MARATHON BAIT COMPANY Ilsh xxlth FLIIS More Iun Mora Ilsh ln IISHING TAC RLI MARATHON BATTERY COMPANY M mufacturnrs H1gl1est Qunallty RADIO ELASHLIGHT HEARING AID andIGNITION BATTERIES Wausau Wisconsin STREAM TESTED LURES 1 d RISIDINIIAI INDUSTRIAL AND COMMERCIAL WIRINC1 ELECTRICAL CONTRACHNG CO PHONE 'KORS Ill Clinton Street Wausau WINCCHDSIH COI11plIII1CITIN lrom tht Mml unent St 111 ol Xour ux STATE THEATRE NN AUSAL Its the 311 31? 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Pockogmg For Amernco s Fnnest Foods MARATHON CORPORATION PLANTS AT Wausau Rothselnld Men 15111 Oswego New York Menomlnee Mlchlgan Sunnyslde Washlngton Marathon Ontar1o Pockogmg For Amernco s Finest Foods a o 1 Q I V 7 7 . 7 L 2 2 7 Ashland, Green Bay, Wisconsin 7 . , . . . , . 7 O O 0 0 1 0 KEY Senior Junior Sophomore t , Y 1 Joan Pautz, Jean Prime Index Editors Abitz, Florence 32 Abitz, Mae 28 Abraham, Frank 119,124 Abrams, Allen 7 Adamski, Betty 18 Adamski, Helen 28 Adank, William 18,80 Akey, John 28 Albert, James 19,127 Albrecht, Allan 28 Albrecht, Diane 18,123 Albright, Leroy 32 Allard, Michael 1B,65,76,127,130 Allds, Nancy 32,B4,85,119,13O Allds, Susan 28,863,130 Allen, Charlene 28 Allen, Donna 32 Allen, Judith 18 Allender, Sue 28,92,95,120,129 Allman, Beverly 18,123,130 Allman, Janalee 18,123 Allman, Shirley 32 Amt, Barbara 28,117,129 Amt, Eunice 32,129 Anderson Anderson Anderson Anderson Anderson, Anderson Bonnie 18,117,130 Gerald 18,122 Jean l8,104,119,126 Judith 18,117,126 Kenneth 28,72,127 Mary G. 9 Andreshak, Betty 29,104,129 Anklam, Nancy 18,123 Anklam, Richard 18,127 Archie, Boyce 18,127 Arlen, Joyce 126,127,128 Arnett, Irene 18 Aschbrenner, Allen 124 Axchbrenner, Joan 28,104,123,129 Aschbrenner, Kenneth 59,124 Ashbrenner, William 28,99,121,125 Bachhuber, Margaret 28,95,98,100,112,113 118,120,126 Backus, James 32,60,61,91,105,106 126,129 Baeseman, Janice 15,123 Bahleda, Mary Jane 18 Bahr, Edward 28,91 Bohr, Ronald 18,124 Baken, Susan 18,62,91,102,103,107 126 ,111,116 ,113,13O, I F r .V 1, ' X. . 4 , il 1 ir l .3 . X" 5 g, ' 1 . s 3 , ' ' '1 1 ' while xg Baker, Barbara 28,123,129 Baker, David 32,117 Ball, Nancy J. 9,90,l13 Ballschmieder, Gerald 28,128 Ball, Barbara Ball, Donald 18,75 Bannerman, G. W. 7 Borden, William 18,76 Bartel, Charles 28,o5,12O,12B Bartelt, Gene 18,105,124 Barthels, James 32,120 Bates, Donald 24,77,12O Bauer, Dale 28,124 Baumann, Allen 101,102 Baumann, Carol Ann 28,126,129 Baumann, Carol Jean 32,84,85,89,9O Baumann, Donald 28,124 Baumann, Jean 32,104,110,122 Beal, James 15,121 Beam, Donald 32 Beaumont, Robert M. 7 Beck, Carolyn 28,119,123,129 Becker, Robert 15,65,77,117,130 Becker, Lydia E, 9,B4,B6 Beckman, Sandra 16 Beemer, Donald 24 Beese, Arthur D. 12 Beese,DarIene Beese, Jacqueline 15 Beese, Elmer 32 Behnke, Arlene 32,122,123 Behnke, Jerome 28,104,124,12B Beilke, Gerald 28 Beilke, Marian 15,112,113,130 Bell, Susan 28,128 Bellas, Harold G. 9 Beltz, Peter 25,104 Bennett, Russell 28,102,103,127,129 Berg, Ben 9 Bergelin, Nancy 15 Berndt, Donald 32 WAHISCAN INDEX 1955-1956 FELLOW READERS. .. We have compiled these names, so that your journey through this book may be more pleasant. It has been a long arduous task but we finally established these facts: there are 1,487 names in the Wahiscan. The name of Krueger appears the most with a total of 18, Marquardt is in second place with 13, and Schultz is a close third with 12. The longest names we found to be Ballschmieder, Christiansen, Kasten- schmidt, and Hildensperger. The shortest are Amt, Gut, Moy, Ott, Poi and Lee. We were really startled when we saw three William Erdmans. We hope that you will forgive us for any errors concerning your names because any mistake is purely unintentional. Thank you! Joan Pautz, Jean Prime Index Editors '1' Blair, Dorothy 24,128 ' Blank, Richard 31,33,65,67,76,111,116 ' Blarek, Donald 33 ' Blennert, Caroline 33,117 2 Blennert, Virginia 16 ' Bloom, Ardene 33,130 Bloom, Donna 33 + Bloom, Douglas 24,102,123 '1' Bluhm, Carole Jean 24,123 'l' Bluhm, Eileen 24,130 2 Boehmer, Richard 15,B0,130 'l' Boerner, Germayne 24,119,128 'l' Boernke, David 24,76,127 Boettcher, E. H. 8,91 '1' Bahl, Carolyn 24,117,123 2 Bohlman, Carol 'l' Bohlman, Gail 24 2 Borne, Beverly 16,104,117,120 ' Bonkoski, Marvin 33,117,129 Bonvincin, Elda P. 9,77 ' Borchardt, Arthur 33,70 'l' Borchardt, Nancy 24,129,130 Borchardt, Ruth M. 12 2 Borchardt, Stewart 24 '1' Barkenhagen, David 24 Borkenhagen, Jeanette 33 Borski, Joyce 33,125 2 Baruch, Ralph 15 Batsford, Milton W. 9,31,69 Bousley, Mariorie 33 'l' Bradford, Albert 33 'l' Bremer, Lee 24,104,106 'I' Brandenburg, Susan 24,99,100,119,129 2 Brandenburg, Mary 24,128 2 Brandenburg, Vernon 15,102 'l' Brandt, Betty 24 2 Braun, David 15,119 Braun, F, W. 7 Q s ' Broun, James 33 ' Braun, Richard 33,63,113 2 Brendemuehl, Donald 15,7O,124 Berndt, Norman 32,70,77,78,79,98,100,121, '1' Brendemuehl, Gerald 115 129 Beste, Donna 24,104,119 Bettin, Nancy 24,104 Betts, Ellen Jean 15 Beyer, Coral 33,130 Beyer, Kathleen 24,128 Beyer, William 24,123 Bierbrauer, Thomas 15,102,129 Bigus, Eugene 33,123 Billings, Marlys 33,123 Birr, Ervin 24,123 Birt, Judith 15 ' Brendemuehl, Geraldine 34,115,122 ' Brendemuehl, John 34,70 'l' Brendemuehl, Kenneth 21,24,65,94,95,123 + Brennan, Theresa 24,120 Breunig, Delores 34,129 2 Breunig, Doris 15,119 '1' Brick, Sheila 22,92,95,1l2,113,120 2 Brink, Joy 15,123 4' Britten, Helena 24,95,120,121,126 2 Brockmeyer, Michael 15,65,72,123 Brockmeyer, Win O. 9,69 Brooker G ry 15122 Broeren Geraldlne 9 90 Bronk Donald 34 60 109 Brzezrnskr Genevueve Brzezrnsku Ronald 15 80 Buc Ralph 24124128 Buchberger Grace 24123 Budnrk Robert 34 Buhr Carol 34 Buhse Wrlllam Buntrack Marlene 24 128 Burnett James 29 Burton Raymond J 9 Busalacchl M ry 15104123 Bush John 34 60 65 66 75 80 96108116123 Buttke Allen 24123 Buttke Charles 34124 Bystrom Davis 24 104 106 Caharl Ernest 22100129 Callahan Judy 22 87 95 96102103123 ampbell D vrd 34 60 63110111 5 Campbell Gerry 22 C mpbell P rscrlla 15 Connady La ry 15 C rney Shirley 22119128 Carpenter Joseph 22 Carpenter Marlorre 15 Carswell Kathleen 15 92130 C se Ronald 1565120 C ss Albert 15 0 Cater Marrlyn 22128 Ceranslru Carolyn 22126 Chargnot Duane 34 70 93 Chaplewslry Mary 34 Chellberg Sharon 34 C erelr James 15121 22 Chxlla Genevreve 16 Chrustensen Janrce 22 92 9611811 Chrxstensen Rrchard 16 C rrstner Mary Jo 9 Chrrstraansen Joyce 20121 rrstran Dennrs 34 79111 Chrlstran Joyce 22123 Chrlstxansan Carol 20128 ark 1 2 Clarlrowslrl Rrchard 20 93 Clemens Donald 22 65 95 Du ek Franklln 25124 Duncan Bonnre 25 120 Duranceau Delbert 36120 Duranceau Gordon 36120 Duranceau lone 20 Duranceau Judrth 36100122123 Duranso John 19127130 strn ay 35 36 61 89 901041071 4 8 123 Dutrrsac Rrchard 21 22 63 65 66 71 73 94 95 1 Dvorak Gerald 19 Dzubay John 9 90 Ebersold Judrth 20 86 93 Eckerle Charlene 25123126 Ec erle Vrrgnnra 20103 0 Eckes Gerald 19 Edelburg Dawn 36 Edwards Chester 25 79 Edwards Shlrley 20 86 99 126 Edwards Vrvren 20 86 Et a Bette 36103123 Egdahl Lawrence 36106130 Eggebrecht D nald 1965 81 117127 0 ert Betty Ehmlre Dale 19124 Ersentrager B tty A n 19127128 Elbe ack 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Wlth the passnng of another year comes the passung of another Semor Class the Class of 1956 Thus IS the last Wahlscan for them and we have tried to make nt their best The bulldung ofa yearbook IS really the recording of the memories of a school year We have trzed to capture the wistful smule the light heart the cordnaluty and progressuve splrut whnch go Into maknng the soul of Wausau Hugh Belng editor of thus 1956 yearbook has given me my proudest moments This book IS a product of a staff which came In cold to deal wlth the productlon of the flrst offset book snnce 1939 I have watched as thus yearbook staff grew from merely a group of students each with has own Ideas to a well molded umt worknng together to glve us another outstanding annual We fully expect to be surpassed by next year s staff not only because we feel that Improvement over the years us a natural thrng but also because we have con fldence In the lunlor staff members who wall comprise the nucleus of the 1957 staff I would luke to thank G K Rosy Rosenhauer Drrector of Publlcatlons who always gave us a free hand but nevertheless helped ID every way to make thas annual an All American My special thanks also to Pat Rahn and Lols Woehlert my Associate Edltors who dld a grand rob tn helping me over the rough spots l would luke to express my smcere thanks to the followmg people for their splendld cooperation All Advertisers John Dzubay Business Staff Advisor John Welch Fey Publrshlng Co WISCONSIN Rapids National Bookblndlng Co Stevens Povnt Don Brumleve S K Smuth Co Chrcago Ray Toburen Toburen Studio Wlnkelman s Department Store Mnllay s Apparel Sun Press Jean Scheel Business Manager Mlss Pierce Mr MacDonald Mr Grill and Mr Shawl Mnss Broeren Subscrnptuon Manager The Skyrocket Staff Sincerely Dave Obey Editor an Chief 1956 Wahlscan s I 1 , . 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