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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.
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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-
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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
RUSS WIER ....,. ..... P resident
WAYNE SYRING . .. . . . Vice President
NANCY WAEDT . . ..., Secretary
M. R. TAYLOR
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