Wausau High School - Wahiscan Yearbook (Wausau, WI)

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THE WAHISCAN STAFF Presents... lhe last time we seniors will walk through these doors ls tonun! H57 Outside these halls the future waits to receive usg It promises much, but we pause before answering its call To give thanks for the things we have held so dear, And to leave a small tribute to you here In XY'ausau, our own Senior High! ssjj E N If ' L L T A l , j :li 55: IIQ l. The last hell we'll hear is soon to he rung .ind then silt-ntul We have some regrets, but so m.1nv memories in storm 'lAh.1t their richness will linger .1 tletxttlc .intl more ln our hearts. U LD BUILDING IfDI'I'ORS Iv S.f. 2 fU,. , 1, f--' av 'A , .- , f'X U' F-, I I 1 A Lxfiflll-i!1'f,I7ftf . ,,,,, , . ,,,. ,, RODNEY RAHN In uhm' lfffilou . .,,. KARL FRAIEDRICH - PAT LANE ' f V' FN YP Wffrf NE W' BUILDING PRESENTATION DEDICATION ADMINISTRATION IACULTY SENIORS UNDERCLASSMEN SOCIAL ACTIVITIES SPORTS ADVERTISING ....... INDEX ....,I................. . . 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Ifize monllu - "I zum :ee the ffdfk from here," Hundlllld bet I 1.m't run?" Long disl.1rn'e runner uf Grinnell -mining into live find! slrelrlv. 4 pfvp ,lyk C"7'U Vind' ur X lgp lp K L 'Ll' KL yll p Xf flki 252 LL Ll fi fl I LiL al Q il 441- LW W yLJ AJC! administmiimz . . faculty 2, x,'vf y L ,X-JI 'V A .I , Lx.-,fi "f fs. fx 1' Vfi A xi 6 M V u L' K1 rf I' Q x R-X ,X ,457 1 ff' k,"'b1x , JLKL L. x 1 ,J . lwp, 1 L '15 K+ fi f " A M La fr f W CL ' C L xml K kk V1 Y AX A Z gf If L 1 ' f KV i V pq ,QL fu gif' K Nix KL 1 X 7 "V if 'iv ff' JW- JZ f Ml iw mar W J +54 I W ' ZA I - 1' 1 ,7 ,1 , f +41 Lx ,lj , 1 fu Jef In I f 1f X 1 X I K: 1X2 ' 'y I f '.LAl1.JM X " wif' sqm 731 Wizg VX !WN1!X'WTR XTION . E: 1, 4.i1t1.1 1 1.1111 11I'lNllL'gC tn umf 14111111'1'1 th.:-1 1411411-111s and teachers ut tht' X'k,11.x11' Hugh Ntlltrtvl who Ihfllllgh 11t'11' 11111111111g h.1rcl xxurk. .md gen- UIIYUN 1-1 Ifll' 1111.13,g111.1t1m1 'LDL' 111.1111 I the E'-13' XX ,1!11st.111 pwssihle. l'he hook is .1 Nplt-111l111 111h1111f 111 the iIlfL'llCL'fllLll tup- ,1111-1 111 111 11.111 I11 .11ld1ti1111, the entire N1t1t11411t h-1111 11111 t.1111I11 .1redeserx'i11gt1f' 111111111111-11N 1tt111,g11it11111 tor .1 fear fruit ful 111 Ill1ll1N xxtnthxxhile .1t't'1nlttplixhmetlts .ttttxitiex lhe 1.111 th.1t for fifty-three t1111w111t1x1- 111.111 tht XX .111x.1t1 Neninr High Sthtml hm- h1 t-11 111r1-fhtetl hx the North fL'l1IF.lI :Xxw11.1t1-111 111 Nttlblldklff Sthtmls .md Culltgtw IN .111111I1- exitlenee of the stllwllur ,tullltllvllxhllltxllx nf nur SILldL'I1IS .1111l f11t11l1x lltmext-1g xv- must 11111 ht t11111pl.11e11t 111 mtnsfietl with our present is tu 11111 1111111 grtntter efforts 111 e11t'h tl.1ss 111 N111-t1.1I .1w1g111111'11t lll order th1t we 111.11 IIIIYIK' eftetttulx meet the ht-.uv resI11111s1h1I111tw 1h.11 txelx I11t.1I Anteriezv must .1ss11111e If the llllllil States IS to fulfhlll llN dlNIlDf' nf uurlti leadership. G. XY. BANNERAIAN C,1111gr.1t11l.1111111x 1111 .ll1llIhL'I' SLlLkkCSNflll . year whith is hut tht xtepping stone to Superlmwldwlf of S'h""!-' greater .11hitxe111111ts, Cf. XY. BANNERMAN Sll,7L'fil1fL'PlllL'Plf uf Srfan 015 THESE PEOPLE HAVE GUIDED OUR SCHOOL HO,-XRD Ol l'IJI'l,ATION . . . Sl.n11lir1AQ, P11,utr1iof1f, Gormtul, l'nlm1r', l Ilr'11l1, litulnrlmll. xilflllff H1l?1!llV!7l.lI1. .xidlflf Smilfl, Hralnl. Rdfllll, Kirflvef, Pfier. Gl4l'V1fl76'f, Seefwfer. 'illttllff .-ll1r.m11, l..nv0n. ..-Q? 1-p L.. ing Q A Dl:AR STI DIQINIS OF ll .l1.5., Again we have rtached tht day when we rc c the 1957 XX rhist ln Its contnnts rexetl to us interesting and picturesque description i ,ff past year's activities. lt reflects a living 9 J' I of the school's personnel, special events -fl and The Vfahiscan serves an import- -,..f ant our over-all fine school spirit and SUCCESS. The l school year has been one of splendid astically been thc result n and athiey ement, both schol the co-curricular field. This has wholesome attitudes, conscien- tious efforts an 'ncere lovaltv on the part of both students I am confident 1957 school year Sincere best wishes C. P. SVUENBY, Guidance Direrlor H. J. RIDGE, Dean of Boys XX, '- 1 ,ff i , , f professional staff. of us will remember the of high achieyement, much happiness and success. summer. TC,HI:R Q 5 S If. II. BOIQTTCHIER. Pr'ir1-rifml TO THE UUAIIISCAN: My sincere congratulations to the faculty advisor and staff members of this outstanding XY'ahiscan. I also wish to extend sincere congratulations to the very fine class of graduating seniors. I feel sure that each of you will look upon your graduation from high school not as an end, but as a beginning. New opportunities are open to you whether you decide to continue with your education or enter some personal field of endeavor. Your high school training will make you responsible and informed citizens give you an understanding of our changing world. As the class of 1957 departs, I am confident that se who remain will maintain the high standard and fi spirit which is prevalent, that the fine spirit they hav elped to create will ever remain in the hearts and min f those who are to follow in our school. E. A. ROESKE lf. A. ROFSKE, Asxisltml Principal XJ 5-,i 1 1 "-4, f rf. f -1 . FACULTY OF 19 57 - I5 -if ' f . GF' - l sd T 5 A I or i 'Q f . f . Z I K - Q Gm 'it f '. A- Q , pf K, y - fb. if 9 f rr' .br 'J Amlermn Becker Bella: Berg B0m'i'1fi'l Hartford Hrorknzeyer Burton Burk Cbfiffnff MARX NDLRSON. usii, I'oods and Nutrition, Head of yisor. B.S HUGH CURTIS, A-5. Driver Education, Home Charge of Cafeteria. Milwaukee Downer, Conservation, r to Conservation Club. Stevens Point, Columbia, X. LYDIA lf. IIIQCKER, 106. Girls' Physical ISE C. DALE, 106. Home Nursing. Battle Education, of Girls' Physital Education, Head advisor Creek LAWRENCE DIKE, 104. Typing. White- of Girls' Association, XXf'augonian Council Advisor. water, B.E., M.B.E. ELENA DZUBAY. 356. Home La Crosse, Ii.l1., State, M.A, HAROLD Ci. IIELLAS, Economics, Advisor Home Economics Club, Social Com- l05. Bookkeeping. State, ILE., Northwestern, M.A. mittee of Student Minnesota, B.S. JOHN DZUBAY, BEN ISERC1, Physics of Science Dept.-University of 502. Modern Science Advisor to Wahiscan Busi- Xvisconsin, M.A. I5 BONVINCIN, 202. Spanish and ness Staff. XY'isconsin. Philosophy. ALLAN D. GAB- German - Head of Social Chairman. Ski Advisor. Minnesota. FORD, 107. Mathematics, Northwestern, Vfisconsin, Physical Education - Head Supervisor of Phy Ed., Golf Coach, Supervisor. Minnesota. BS., M.A. R. manship and Bookkeeping - Head of Iowa, lNI.A. SHIRLEY HIISK, 105. ICC. Xvisconsitt, I5.S. MARY JU XVausau Day Committee, Ci.A.A., Bowling, Cfurlis Gabrilska if if-is 9Q1q Dept. Student Council RILSKA, Physical of Intramural and Noon Club Advisor, Ski Club Hour Activities, Golf and V Coach. Carroll, Wiscon- M.A. MILTON XV. BOTS- sin, M.S. JANE GENTZEL, 2 ETA Ad- Fau Claire, Colorado, visor, Spanish Club Advisor, Com H.11. O. BROCKMEYER, 1. mittee, Dramatics - Costume B.S.. Wisconsin, Athletic Director. B.E. MARY E. GISVOLD, 155. Coach, mer Recreation G.A.A., Music Club Advisor, W.E.A. Wiscon- RTON, 114. Sales- sin, B.S., S.Ed. MATHEXV E. G Drafting - Head Fd Department, of Industrial Arts. Director Stage Oshkosh S.T.C. tjtsfnmil. M.S. KARL R. N. GRILL. Music - Director XVausau 510. Biology, Public Schools. Colorado State, Wisconsin, Club Ad- Dale Gentzel 3, . Dike Dzubuy Gisrold Gjelson Dzubay Grill ag "- - 5 , Q, ,Alu Q f I , - ft' L f, Q '7 ts. Y 'fag- FACULTY OF 1957 . ' s x 7 I V. G' pp 1" , 4:- FK . f I ,. XG -s-4 f- f ,V '7' 'y 1' I Y f"s D I f-'- ' 1 1 A L .- Halsor Hanson Ilend 1 Hulbert Hyliemd fanirk johnson Iolms jolmson Keeler JOSEPH M. HALSOR, 206. English - Chairman Student Head, D Education. Ripon, A.B. LOIS KRUBSACK. G Council, ration Committee, Drama Make-up for School Girls' Phys Education. La Crosse, B.S. EMMA C. LARSC Productions. 'isconsin, M.A. LUCILE HANSON, 205. Eng- Library, Lib ' n. Minnesota, B.S. in Lib. Science. OLAF lish, Commit on Forensics. La Crosse, B.S. ARTHITR L. LEE, 156. XV History - Head, Social Science HENDERSON, 2. U. S. History, Scholarship Committee. XY'istonsin, M. BART L1'T'IRE1.L, 108. Advisor, V.F.XX. ssay Contest. La Crosse, B.E., Iowa, M.A. sistant Athletic I 'tor, Math Club Advisor, School Bus VIRGINIA I.. ERT, 201. Latin and English - Advisor, mittee Chairman. vrthwestern, M.A. ERVIN C. Latin Club, NX'aug 'n Council. Lawrence, B.A., Vilisconsin, QIIARDT, 151, Am 'an Problems and Public Discussion BLA. BERNARD P. 'LKEMA, A-1. Agriculture - Chairman Director of Forensics, bare Coach. Lawrence, B.A., Colt of School Forest Boa of Directors. River Falls, B.S., Colo- bia. M.A. XVILLIAM AXWEI.I., 101. Commercial rado A.8tM., M.E. RU M. JANICK, 218. English - Advisor and Geography. Colora .Ed. A. E. to Pep Club, G.A.A., Cu ', Wisctrnsin, B.S. GEORGE JOHN- room. Music. Milwaukee, '., Wisctwnsin, M S SON, 552. American Hi y. Columbia, M.A. HARRY A. MOORE, 102. Shorthand an 'ping, Junior Club JOHNSON, 505. Chemist - Curling Coach, Director of visor, Wlahiscan Subscriptions, '.A.A. Assistant. Visual Aids. Ripon College, ., Wisctmnsin, M.A. LOXX'EI.L B. E. INEZ M. NELSON, 212. flish. Carroll, B.A., JOHNSON, 555. American Pr ms, Assistant Football Coach, bia, M.A. ARTHUR XV, OLSO 1. Biology. Carroll, Assistant Basketball Coach, istant Tennis Coach, Eau Michigan, M.A. Claire, B.S. EDMUND L. KEE , A-5. Driver Education - Krubggfk L n Lee Lurtrell Marquarclt Maxwell Mr ll Moore Nelson Olson I. 2+ V ,ik ' f in Q .1 gl If ' ' H if L' 'I' K Qs I, W Q- EJ if 091. al NT' 3 M' Y A 1 f 3 f P7 'err' gs-1. f P' V e .P .A ,M 1 1 ? 6, .. - D ve s., 4, A A we ff Ov J Q f-. W I . '94 5 N I W sd I: su., , S- Y , T . ' ,fi l 4 if 3' 1 . !"V:1 ' l 9 rg 3 Q tv fix C1 - -f " 5 In Pint it Reinemtmn Ridge Rosenlmuer Roesir' Ross Srlfeurmarz Seider MARGARFT M, PIFRCF, Vocal Music. Ass P.T.A. Committee, Chaperone Committee for I ern, M.M. CARLTON RFINFMANN, A Plavs, Programs, lixhibits, Milwaukee 'I' ROBERT Prom Advisor, Science - Club. Attendance XVorl-t for ct. 'Rtsx'Not.os, its, Typing .mit XY'istonsin, MS. HARYVY Rll Counselor of Bots, Atlxisor of 'K Investigator, Xlfistonsin, Ph.M., Pb.B K. ROSFN- HAl'1'R. ZIV, linglish anti ,ll!l1l"1Tll1N1T1 tor of Publications, atics: Asst. Prin- Columbia, M. Ph.B. vlllC. VIIIR, Ripon, B.,-X.. . Cl.AlR, A-6, Metals Shop, RMAN, 215, Fnglish, French, , MS. BETTY V. SFIDFR, 161, , Lakeland College. BS. DIANF Xyisconsin, M.A. 1il.Ml1R A. Ri cipal, Mathematits Dept. llea ARl.1ZN1i RUSS, llll, l'fl1.1llNl1 XX'isconsin, M.A. liOBl1RT A. Stout, M.S. lfTlll7l. B. SCI Sltyrocltet. Lawrence, Xyistt Vforltl llistorx and Ger P. C. SFIF, Z0 4, Fnglish evens Point. HS. HOXYARD Bl. Scif Sbauil Snziley Swain Swenby Taylor . , ,W h v . v ' 'Q SHAXYI., 109, Geometry and Consumer's Math, Advisor, Business Manager, Dramatic Cor M.A, XY'1l,l.lAM A. SMlI.1iY, 505, Science Country Coach, Track Coach, Grinnell MS, ISABI-1.1.1-' STFLMAHOSKF. 216. Drama Drama Direttor, Forensic Committee T mittee. Central Stare, Marquette, B.S. American Problems and Family Materials. Minnesota, MA. FI.I.A Typing. Senior Gregg Advisor, lWlARSHAl.l, R. TAYLOR, 298. Baseball Coach, XVisconsin, XX'oodworking, Stout. Fnglish, Fatt Claire 256, Biology Club Minnesota, Cross- Speech, Com- 251, Audio-Vision 113, Shorthand and BLA. CLIFFORD of Vihshington, M.Fd. Problems, Basketball, ARRFN G. THOMAS, A-5. H. XVESTLUND, 211, ALICE TOBFY, 307 8: msin. HS., Columbia, M.A. SNXTNITY, Guidance Dir M.S. MS. l - Dean of Sumner Jomus Uveslltznd t . 5 33, , vi. 1 vi vt ik.. x 4-T':'4i.L..,1-1. F Cf -0 I 5 xx I I 4-.. 4.45 A A 4 is -s 5 ' I ! , , V' ' Q - gg. 4 "I A sw I ss. ' Q vk I ai f F X5 .,. 'S Q- Il 'gmly Yvliflv Ziefnlorf lI"cir1i.1lrf U 'iii Divine! .Usfilulvl C mul fvitc' Luft Io riglvlx S?1L'l'dl'Pl, Roulw. Killlg, Hurflmnll. Poi, ll 'efi11'w'1. IIQ. IC- l v I 4 i it X--r I I I I ' 'gn A UQ, I ' I l I ' I Q I E Lx X .I .ll '-1 n l - J I . 1 IF". .1-M 5 9' I . Qui,-In g., g I A E 5 Y L ' 4 - -r-2--'--I ll mglf 'li " STANLIQY XYOOIJ5, 16U. Vnmrld His- mrx' Skvrmket Bubinew 'Nhmi ar Stu 5 . A V L - ' dem Luuncnl Ifmame Lonmrmucc. II.1m- Ima, BA., Mmncwla. Columbia, M..-X. THOMAS YI-LICII, 159. IQ S, Iixsmrx. Assi5l.mI Ifmmrball Coach, Iimkffy ffnmdu. Superior, B.IE., Iowa. SLA. NI:XRf:.-XRI',I' ZIIfI.SI3ORI:, ZIH, I'r1g- lush V Ilund of Inglish Dept., Illmirnmn IJFRHIIAIILS LIHIIIIIIIIICC. NUTIITNUSICTII, BLA. IJOROIIIY XYEINKAI If - Ofhu: 5CL'I'IJI2iI'X. l.IfORA MITCHIELI. - Offiac SCkI'CIkil'j'. FIFAN XYITT, 550. Vikrrlcl and lf S. Ilislurx, Anlxisur for If.'I',A. I'AlLl fllalirc, IIS. MAIIAIOIIIII IJIIfI'IIfI. - IIHILL' Secretary. AIANI1AN MIiII.AI-IN A Amr. Iilwrarian. SIJLISA CRONKIIII I' - Sghmvl Nurse, Ill. SFGRIIJ YNSIIXXIF- Speuh Tlu-rapist. FRANK CIIICYN- SKI. A-I. IIS. If nf XX'isLunsin. Agri- Lulxure. SCIIUOI. CIYIOIJI.-INS 1,381 'O' -Q Minfu Il lfmhul C 55... Gnlfynxh II. P. RAMTHI 'N ' nv I 12 Uwurrier. Rumllvlnl, llcnic, Hecsc, Srlezfzlwl 'D rag 7Q s Q' 'z ', .Q- Hzuul I lnlodiml w - , 1- "5 ' , - f w - ' ' X - X - 1 -' nn, pnx any " F .rim 2 I. s TI V Q 5 ' N L.. 41 . -if U' ' 6 y gr. f I-1 Y I .. , 4 aa. 'g-A. iq iQsJa. 'G ANN. ' cnclmcrs 111 XY'ork and Play . 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Pretidenl VCU: who are leaving have than the rich- ness of memoriesg we faith in ourselves to face the future, not but as the individuals we were taught XY'hether to further our education in a school learning or in the school of experience this of choice will reflect a clearness of hope will never die each of us, a golden staircase soars high, and at the top, our prospect of success beckons warmly Wfhether all, or any, of us shall ever complete that long climb is a secret belonging to time, but with the basic . foundation now laid and with lasting faith in our God, we cannot but win. MR, WESTLUND Class Adrixor IFES! Abit: Abraham Allds Allen MAE ABITZ FRANK ABRAHAM - E.E.A. 2,5,4, Jr. Dairymen 4. BETTY ADAMSKI JOHN J. AKEY - Ski Club 2.5.4. Curling Club 4. Home Room President 5. ALLAN J. ALBRECHT . curling Club 5. SUSAN ALLDS - G.A.A. 2,3, Badminton 4. Aqua Club Z. Latin Club 5,4. Student Council 5. CHARLENE ALLEN - G.A.A. 5. Music Club 4. SUE ALLENDER - Sr. Class Play Cast 4. Student Council Social Committee 5,4. Waugonian Council 4, Jr. Girls' Com- mittee 3. Prom Decorations 5. Y-Teens 2,5, Pres. 4. Home Azlamski Allemler Andresbak Arlen Asrbbrenner Akey Albrecht Amt Anderson Room President 5. Z,5,4. Ski Club 2.5. Spanish Club 5,4. Chemistry Club 4. E.T.A. 5. Latin Club 2. Class Play Costume Committee 4. G.A.A. BARBARA AMT - Student Council 5. F.T.A. 5. Music Club 2.4. XX'augonian Council 4. Drama Club 3. Home Room Vice Pres. 4. Home Economics Club 4. KENNETH ANDERSON - Basketball 5,4. Baseball 5,4. Chess Club 5.4. Home Room President 2. BETTY ANDRESHAK - Book Club 5,4. JOYCE ANN ARLEN - G.A.A. 2,5,4. Senior Gregg 4. Archery Club 5. Music Club 4. Dance Club 5. JOAN ASCHBRENNER - Music Club 5,4. Book Club 3. Home Economics Club 4. Poets, ramatists a d philosoph s all have pla d .. u- rt . ...in s aping our lives Se iors, too, are i lue ed by the thin ing f writers of ast genera- tions Followin ages contai fav rite quo- tations of m be s of he raduating V' rx, 9' '- e' Gi Q S Nl . AX 1' v class of 1957. ro r cr it ' given the original n - w nev r p sible. Q-,1 5 XX'Il.l.lAM ASllliRl:NNl'R - Stage Crew Z,5,-1. Chemixtry Club 5. hXllllllNLilIl 2. Skvroiket 4. Projetlionist Club 2. NlARf1ARli'li ll.'Xf.Hlll 'lll R Y lfrenrh Club 5, Pres. 4. Xvau- gonian Coumil 4.1, XX'.il1ixiat1 lztlitor S,-3. Senior Class Play Cut I Bulger C urls' Stat R C X X 7 S1 l tin ' h Stu Aslvln'em1er Bizflvlmber Bulwr DONALD BATES - Hockey 5. Cross Country 5,4 Curling 5,4. Track 2.43. Bowling 23.4. Curling Club 4. Spanish Club 3. DAl.li BAUER - PPA. 2.5.1. Viie Pres. 4. junior Dairyman's Asxotiation 4. i , e . ...A . -, .a Clu 2. f - tlem Counul 2, flu.-mixtry Club -4. Debate 2.5. Quill and Stroll 5. SL-i"y. Ai. Speeili Z. N.l5.l.. 13.4. junior Prom Decorations Comm. 4. Student founiil Soiial Comm. 5.4. Y-Teens LSA. HJXY.-XRlJ ll.-Xllli - Ski Club 4. Musii Club li. ' ll.'XllllAR:X li.-XKI R - Nlusii Club 2.5.4. l.atin Club 2. F.T.A. 5. Al.l.lfN HAIQMANN - Tophatters 5.4. Band 5.4. Cross Country Z. Trunk 2. CAROIJ1 BAVMANN - Drama Club 5. F.'I'.A. 5. GA..-K. 2. Pep Comm. 2. l"l.R. Seby. 2. Student Couniil -1. f,UNllHll0 Comm. Spring Play 5, ll.R. Vine Pres. R. CAROLYN BECK - Music Club 1.5. Monitor 5.4. Book Club 5. Spanish Club I. CilfRAl.D llAl.lSCllMll-Dlll - Projeuionist Club 2.5.4. Metal Shop Safety lingineer 4. Metal Shop Superintendent S. LHARLFS BAIVIIZI. - Projeitionixt Club Z. Spanish Club 5. DONALD BIEFMFR - Ski Club 3,-1. Music Club 5. Curling Club 4. Track 5.4. lfnothall 5. Arihery Clulw fl, XX'ood Wimrk Shop Superintendent 4. ll.R. Pres. 4. PETER BELTZ - Bill er Balli ilwliedw' Hurlel BJICS Bdffff Bizuminzn. Allan Bimmrmrz, Carole Berk Bfffllff 32111 Q V5 x 'Sv .I . W e Z' Nbr, l-,asf ff- ', ' 5? l 1 'T Qi? 'mg J QW 5 .ai Belmke Bell Bernie!! ,IEROME BEHNKE - E.A.A. 2.5.4. E.A.A. Sentinel -t. jr. Dairy- men Ass'n. 4. Sl'S.-NN HELL - Projectionist Club 2.4, jr. Gregg 5. Chemistry Club -i. Home Room Se2c'y. -5. RUSSELL BENNETT - Band. Orchestra 2.5.4. Tophntters 5.4. Archery Club 2.5. Chess Club 2.5.4. Math Club 5.4. Student Council 2. Home Room Pres. 2. DONNA BESTE - G.A.A. 2.5.4. Curling 2. Girls Glee Club 2.5,-1. NANCY JANE BETTIN - G.A.A. 2.3.4. Home Economics 4. Drama Club 4. Costumes A Make-up Comm.. Spring Play 5. Girls Glee Club 2.5.1. Curling 2.5. KATHLEEN BEYER - Student Council 4. jr. Gregg 5. Biology Club 2. XVlLl.lAM BEYER - Music Klub 5.45. Ski Club 5.4. NlfRGlSll BHARL'CllA - lfrencb Club -5. Pep Club Ai. G.A.A ERVIN BIRR - Music Club DOROTHY BLAIR - G.A.A. 5. jr. Gregg 5, Sr. Gre 5.4. Home Room Sec'y. dk Treas. 4. jEAN CRAMER - lDOlfGl.AS BLOOM - Musi CAROLE ,IEAN BLUHM - Besle Bettin Beyer, Kathleen Beyer. llum. Birr Bluir Cramer Bloom Www me RN I c Club 5.4. G.A.A. 2.5.4. Music Club 5.4 Hlv.1rm'lv.1 Blulzm I Q 3-1- 'N si! Q HIM, m HM ,m , BW ynkt 130111 Bolrlmtm Iiomlnll N Honfurzlt 5 Borieflfmffn Bfflmff B""7dU1b"'L H l f A 2 latm Club S Cam Club 5 Art C lub 4 Soual Committee 2 C1l'RMAX WP BOPRNPR B ok Club 5 bluslc Club 4 Camera Club I Vuahlstan lndex Fclltor 4 Home Room Sen s 5 xllllllllll' 34 Ball 3 Noon Hour Footblll 7 5 lNoon Hour Basketball 2 CAROIXN BOHL Student Counul 3 Pep Club 34 German u 1 r Cnrs omm 5 r Prom omm 3 7 Curling., Bi BIUSIL Club 2 Pom pon Section 4 Home Room Se w 2 C All. BOHI NIAIN CAA 34 Asst Commlssloner of F name 4 NANCY BORCHARDT C A A 2 Prolecuonlst Club 4 Ctmera C lub 3 Book Club 3 Brandenburg S Brandt Ma garet Bac b er l1fe make per eve ance your boso f d per nc our wnse c nse r cau o our der brot er d ho e your ardla genlu Addzson STI XX ARI BORCHARDT DAY lll l'lURlxl NH-KC PN Sk Club 2 3 LHP BR XXII R Pep Club 7 Cferman Club 2 Propetuomst Club R4 CAA 4 SLSAN BRAYNDHNBLRC, Camera Club Xue Pres 4 XX lblstan Busmess Staff S4 Sky rocket Monntor A4 Book Club Pres 3 Musxc Club 4 BFTTH BR ANDT Senior C reg., Club 4 RFNNIFTH BRVNDFMI PHI jr Class Yue Pres 3 Sopho more Class Xue Presldent 7 Basketball 7 34 Football Slu Club si Musu Club 34 Home Room President 7 5 Brerrdemuebl R - we 8 A 'Q' E x 3 . bs, N. xl f -4 d A 1 y ' I -9- ' ' V x 6 rt ' Q L6 Q , 4 3 K W .1 9 Q f Q- XF 47 N 5 C X S- x . r : f !, - W . if ff I ,, 4 A ' ,fb l. l1ll.lilINjOXfC.l2 Bl.l,,llM -Q ox.. . . . ' , ,. 1 era 5 2 " " , , ,' giQ.:'ii bf 5. fr vi 1-'Q - o Ai A. Q . DAVID BOIERNKE - Curling Club 23.4. Noon Hour Volley MARY BRANDENBL-RG - - ,- - ' -. . I . ci b.A.'j. " lftcf B .,. JS. "C H .,. G.'A'.A. -,,s,4. K, - Q ' ,I 'Q i sf A ... 3 5 .. '., ...S ,. i. ' ' ' ' 9" ' x f y ' . S 2 . - ' ri , ex- 14' . . . , - J' A ' ' tx . P Q 17 lcv Brenmm Ferzlmus Burbberger BHH56' THPRFSA BRFINNAN Checking., Comm Spantsh Club MUSIC Club C AA C LFIN FENHALS SHHI A BRICK Sophomore Class Sec s 2 Student Counctl 2 Vtte Pres 4 Debate 2 3 Waugontan Counttl Pres 4 jumor Prom Program Comm Chatrman 3 jr Gtrls Formal C Chatr man 4 Sk1Club234 Frenth Club 34 lN FL 34 GAA 234 HELENA BRITTEN Prom Decorattons Comm 3 Chemnstry Club 3 Spanish Club 34 FTA 4 GA A 2 34 Dance Club 3 RALPH BUCH F FA Vtce Pres 24 juntor Daxrymens As soctatton 23 Pres 4 Cafeterla Cashler 234 Prolectlomst Club 5 GRACE BUCHBFRGER Fmance Comm 2 MUSIC Club 2 GAA 2 3 Student Councll Alt 2 Gregg, Club 4 Monttor 4 ALLFN BL'TTlxF Musxc Club 2 3 4 Conservatton Club 4 Cater Ceranski Christensen Q.- Bnfk Brztfen Burk Bjxtrom Callahan Carney DAVID BYSTROM Sk1C,lub 34 Football 3 Football Mana ger 3 JLDX CALLAHAV Cheerleader 2 34 Commxstsoner of Pep 4 Tvurler 2 34 Pep Club 2 34 jr Prom Comm Chatrman 3 Talent Show 3 4 Latm Club 2 SHIRLFX CARNFY GAA 2 34 Junior C regg 3 Sentor Gregg 4 MARILYN CATER Art Club 4 Prom IDCLOIHIIOIIS Comm 3 Drama Club 4 r Gregg 3 Soual Commtttee 4 Pep Club2 CAROLYN CFRANSKI Skt Club 23 GAA 2 3 Drama Club 3 Frenth Club 4 Chemxstry Club 4 Latm Club 2 JANICF CHRISTFNSEN Publluty Chairman Soclal Commit tee 4 Drama Club 3 4 Skt Club 2 4 German Club 2 G A A 2 Beverly ic ert If u annot be a ghw , then jus be a ilg o nnot - a sun be - star. It isn't b 'ze I at we win r we fail, Be the best f hatev r yo are!" 'I 17 1 Clarzstran Clark Clemens JOY!! CIIRISTIAIN Book Club 2 Mustc Club 54 Sentor C retg, 1 UI II' Cl ARR Stutlent Countnl 4 Skt Club 2 3 German Club 2 Art Club 1 Ilr.tm.1 Klub 5 1 Soctal Commtttee 54 Monttor DONAI D K I I Ml INS Student COUHLII 2 Uthrotar 4 Senlor Class Plfu 4 Sprtnt Play 5 Cbemtstrx Club 4 Skt Club 2 34 Math Club " 4 1 turlmg. Klub 4 Prom Decorattons 3 Talent Show 2 MARII- CORDA C AA P R4 Chemtstry Club 3 Momtor 4 SAI I X COTIHX Nlustc 2 if Sksrocket 2 5 4 Musxt Club 3 4 HR Nite Pres 75 HR Setx 4 GAA 34 German Club 2 DON CRAMI R Football 2 3 4 Hotkey 2 3 4 Skt Club 2 MYRTI F CZECH G A A 2 jumor Gregg 3 Semor Gregg 4 EDXVARD DAVIDSON Projettmntst Club 2 34 Stage Crew 2 3 4 Demolaw 2 3 4 Noon Hour Movles 2 3 4 JANIHT DEGINER G A A 2 3 juntor Gregg 3 Mustc Club 4 Sentor C regg, 4 JANET MAE DPHNEL juntor Gregg 3 Spamsh Club 4 Economtts Club 4 XVAX INE DETERT Intramural Bovslmg 3 4 Conservation Club 2 4 Noon Hour Dartball 2 BEVERLY DICRERT Drama Club 5 Pres 4 Music Club 34 Lattn Club 2 Wahtstan Index Editor 4 Skyrocket 34 Cordu Corey Cramer Czech Degner Delmel Delxkou sk: Dffffi 5,4 " his -553 6 Jw-9' P' X Davzdson Dxckerl 'qv I ' A It 5 2 J Q C , I I " fl B- I EQ q X Quia 4f ci.A.A. Zjsll. A A ' A it 4 ,4 - . r . . E A ' ROSALIE DELIKOXVSKI - C,.A.A. 2. Dancing Club 5. Home if . I l ' I E R,-. l s . 1 ,, g ,. 4 It , x 'J if ' 5 I vf E f 5' e f . P 'L - if ' 1 put All if "' I ' J f E? .. X ,. I - A 5 1,2 , 11061756 Dorn Drews ARNFTTE DOEPKE - Senior Gregg 4. G.A.A. 3.4. SHIRLEY DORN - Book Club 2. junior Gregg 5, Dancing Club 5. Monitor 5. Home Fc. Club 4. JANET DREXVS - Biology Club 2. Book Club 2. Dancing Club 5. Spanish Club 5. F.'I'.A. 5. Student Council 4. Home Econom- ics Club 4. Monitor 4. JULIFT DREWS - Biology Club 2. junior Gregg 5. Senior Gregg 4. FRANKLIN DUDFK - Conservation Club 5.4. I-I.R. Pres. 4. Dart Ball 2,5.4. BONNIE DUNCAN - Ski Club 5, Sec'y. 4. Spanish Club 5. G.A.A. 2.5.4. jr. Girls' Refreshment Comm. 5. jr. Girls' Deco- rations Comm. 5. Y-Teens 2,5,4. RICHARD DIWFRISAC - jr. Class Pres. 5. Sr. Class Pres. 4. Football 2.5. Basketball 2.5.4. Baseball 2.5.4. Uthrotar 5. Spring Play 5. Sr. Class Play 4. Pep Club 5.4. Camera Club 5. Student Council 4. Prom King. 2' 3 -1 .f 'N E. CIIARLFNIE ECKFRIIQ - l.a-tin Club 2. G.A.A. 2.5.4. Ski Club 2.5.-4. Dance Club 5. jr. Girls Formal 5. Music Club 5. Y- Teens 2.4. Moitor 2. CIIIQT IiDW'ARDS - Baseball 2.5.4. Cross Country 4. Male Chorus 5. Volleyball 4. Basketball 2. Ii.T.A. 4. Bowling 2.5.4, Ili-Y 5.4. Intramural Football 2.5. Intramural Basketball 5.4. Intramural Softball 2.5. BETTY IEHLFRT - Book Club 2. Glee Club 2. Music Club 5. Spanish Club 4. GERALD FNGFBRIECHT - Football 2,5.4. Track 4. Dartball Z. NORMAN ENGIEBRFCHT - Conservation Club 4. Volleyball 4. Intramural Football 2. Intramural Basketball 2. Intramural Baseball 5. Intramural Dartball 5. TANYA FNSTAD - Home Room Vice Pres. 5. Student Council Social Committee 5.4. I.atin Club 5.4. Girls' Glee Club 5.4. Drews Dude! Illmran Dulrixar Efkffli' Edu-ard: Ijhlerl Engebrefbt Ifngebrefbl Emldll 9' . .fl 1 " E Q . 3. is ,J 'Sl uf' K H4 .fe A I' 4 1 V, f . f 4 f G' Sh T 44 'fr Q ' g, . X. Ifnlnmn Iiwlrmm Feclvtner F665 RICHARD CHARLES FRDMAN - Ski Club 2.5.4. Ski Team 4. XX'lI.I.IAM C. FRDMAN - F.F.A. 2.5.4. Cafeteria 2.5.4. Con- serxation Club 5. jr. Dairymen 4. jI'DY FAHRENHOIZ - Home Fconomics Club 5. Spanish Club 5, Student Council Representative 4. NANCY FAVFLI. - Student Council Representative 2. Prom Queen 5. Cheerleader 2.5.4. Twirler 4. Orchestra 2.5.4. G.A.A. 2.5.4. Pep Club 5.4. Spanish Club 5. Color Guard 2.5. JOAN FIEARSON - G.A.A. 2.5. Dance Club 5. Art Club 4. SITF FECHINFR - Ski Club 2.5.4. G.A.A. 2.5.4 SCUIOY Head of Curling 4. Majorette 2.5.4. Student Council 5. Pep Band 2. 5.4. Curling Champs 5. Teens 5.4. Monitor 5. DAVID FFCK - Art Club 5. Biology Club 5. 2 'Y R fu 'Q'-s Ifitlvrwzlmlz 17.11 ell Ifcizrsovl 1414-11 I'iL'!Ilh1llS I-Aish FDVUARIJ FIil.CH - Monitor 2.5.4. Conservation Club 23.4. Intramural Football 5.4. Intramural Basketball 5.4. Intramural Volleyball 5, Football 5. FLROY FliNIIAl'S - F.F.A. 2.5.4. Conservation Club 2.5. junior Dairyman's Association 4. Monitor 4. -IFROMF FISH - Commissioner of Finance 4. Football 2,5,4. Tennis 2.5.4. Basketball 2.5.4. FRXVIN FITZKF - Ski Club 4. Bowling 4. Baseball 4. .IANFT FLATFFR - Homeroom Sec.4Treasurer 2.5.4. Music Club 2.5.4. G.A.A. 2.5.4. Drama Club 5. Social Committee 5. German Club 4. Girls Glee Club 4. XVahiscan Staff 5. LUVFRNF FLIZSKF - Chemistry Club 4. Latin Club 5. G.A.A. 2.5.4. Fitzke Fluller Fleske Dick Du ' ' " g en become bi oing A gh, thin th don't want r they ' don. want s do them. i fr it Ili Y , . ffl .. 's ,r ? I CX PM V7 Fmedrulw I rm! Im C Gqryke Gul!! FEIYL lxARl PRAPDRIC ll Lxhrnmr 4 QL ll md Mrull X me Pru i umm 1 L Chun C nnserxauun Club 4 A tr n vmx C lub w Bm L, C lu NAI Il FR KNT7 C A A 1 C C ru, r x e 4 IC P i 'I lake! C un n Con rt PANPTYP I'RlClx Cxerman Club 73 Nlusxe Club G Book Ll S 1 S C lu BRIDC PT Fl RNIANEIC Home hononurs 4 G A A 2 Danung., Club 3 Nlnnxtor 4 'VIARIAN FLRNIANFIC Home PL Club 1 Danung., Club K GAA Z SLI: GARSKF C A A Bunk C lub JANICP GAX ITT C A A Book CxlulJ Goefsrb Gr :ban Grade 111111112112 Iurnmmk FIITTIIIL Cqoelulv 'NC X C PASI n 1 uw LICLIII Cnunul 7 r Lwrr 1 ns 0 m lmnmm umm C C beer LAC er Hu Lcr nr s ter na L 4 lr C ll lNC fomblll lgr il Prulutmnxsl Clum 2 Blll C OPTSC H -Xrlherx Club R4 NONNI CCH ISC ll Nlusu Club 7 Book Club 7 C iCleeClub254 NIARI PNP C RABAI Pro Lumnnst Club SLC x if Spam l1 ub A4 1 C AROI C RADI C A A 7 54 Slu C lub K Cbemlsln C,lu C Lrman Club 5 Student llbrarlan Z 5 l Mum. Club 2 Senior C l1ss Plax Program C hr bln rocket 2 3 4 Tan a ns d To y - ll-lived make - y yester- d'1y a ream o happines a every to- morrow ream fhop Ku 1" 'rlriflr " nlcss 1 u bear wth t e faults of Ll end, 3 u betr y yo r own." -Syrus f' .4--' RON.-Xl.l3 CiR.XYKOXY'Slil - Stuclenl Council 2,1 Curling Club ZA. Aqua Club 2. Cbemixiry Club President -i. Hockey 25. MONVII' CRINI NS - -llfANl"l"I'l C.lil'NlfNXX'Al.lJ - Musit Club 23. C1.A.A. 2.5. lioolt Club fl. citiflllilll f lub -0, . I N,,4 -, IIAN f,RYNllXYSKl - Ci.:K..'X, 21.4. Chemistry Club -i. Band 2.5.4. l,I'.lIll.l C lul N. l..ltm I lub 2. Nlusit 1. SANDRA IIACKISARTII - fl.A.A, yi. Home lfty Club -1. NIANIVI' lI.MiKl5.iXR'I'll - KATIIISIKINIE HACKISARTII ic Club. Ci.A.A. - Nlus U Ilufihurllz Hulioski ey Y . 5 I. if V .,,. an -5 gin 111 G'NJ'k0u'5H GH'-'l'P1S G'VlH16'?1ll'dld DARI.IiNIi HAFIZMAN - Drama Club 2.5.4. Senior Gregg 4. junior Gregg S. Ci.A.A. Z. Home Room Setretary 23.4. Sky- rotket lfxthange lfditor -1. GIQRALDINIZ ZVNKIQR - KilfRAl.lD HALKOSKI - Music Club 5. French Club 5. Student Council R. Music Club 4, French Club Ai. VICIDY HAMlfRI,A - Band and Orchestra 23.4, German Club 2. Drama Club 5. Music Club 25. Spring Play Committee 4. TOM HAMFRLA - Top Hatters 4. Archery Club 3. Spanish Club 4. Conservation Club 4. HARLAND HANSFN - Conservation Club 2,5,4. F.F.A. 2,3,4. llafkbarlb Iluribtzrlla Ilafeman lI.m1erI.1 Ihmrvrlu llamerz Q - P . . y, gi' , - .fa Q wp L x . ,. - S ' ft. 7 X 5 Fx. ,. A 6 gtg' H 1115011 H uknz 11111111 KAREN HANSON Orthestrn 7 44 Slurutket 34 Queen Candldate for XX ausau Das 5 I mn Club 7 C A A Y 4 Q Chem lstry Club Treas 4 Pep Club 5 Curllm, 4 Bovslmgu 1 Semur Class Plax Comm 4 r Cnrls Comm r Prom Comm A BILL HASKIN Stage Crew 3 4 JUDY HAUPT Chemlstrv Club 4 Drama Club R4 Cferman Club 2 Muslc Club 2 C AA 2 3 Skl Club 'a Bovslmg., DALE HFLBICK Proyeetxomst Club 2 34 Math Club E4 HAROLD HENKFLMAN Pl'OlECIlC7l'1lSI Club 4 AUDRFX HFQS CAA 234 jr Gregg' 3 Home Ftonomlts 4 Socxal Comm 3 Bovslmg, 2 34 Helbzck Hoefl Henkelmun Ho Hess Ho IIIAIII 1111111111 1 so We le n xsdom from axlur much mort tht frox success 0 cn Loxer wht w1ll by fm mg ut vshlt wxll not do nd pr babl he ho nexer made a mlatike, ex r m e a ISCCNCIS S111 ue! 51111145 RIC HARD CHARI PS HIFB F P K Conscrvmon Club Sure C lttlf. tldtglrlg, Stttc Mnllt Products uclglng, PITIR HCJACIITIND XX xlusnn Busmeis Staff R Qpftmth ub S Sl-.1 C lub 4 Aqu1Clt w I Nl HOHT Home ltonmmts Club i Book Club 5 Blum u jr C reg. ROBIFR1 H01 FMAlN Skt Club 7 'a lntramurtl Basketball 3 1 BON5llI1tL S i Bascbtll 7 A4 'Nl-XRION M HANSON C AA 7 3 Home lmonomxgs 4 LPONARD HOI I MAN Hub Hznxon M Ilouglund Hollm 111 ,- VK F ,ar ,Q l It Q, 1- 'f , '. , ' , A. - Q ' 'c dis- ! Y i V V 2 . . . I I v. 4 K y v . . 'vi Lk ' Vivxkvlzsl -.,.A. MIJL ' .A-Zigg' I ,I A . IJ Y- .K S 2 ,JC I , , .K L' ,yl 4 . . 1 Cfl .Q " Q f. 2 f ll 2. .l'r'i if - 2 '- f L. ' .. '- - . V , . tor 4. . ' . 31. . . .e. ' , ,.- ' ' 1 2. Spring Play Cgmm, 5, Band 2, IBIAIEVN HOFF - Art Club 2. Ci.A.A, 2,5. Home Economics Cf 4. . 2 '51 5. 7 4 - I 1 A .L D , - .K . . r r . . L - 1. . . -., , .' ' . I I . .Cu .-- 1. .Y t. JCL: I . , ,. ,' LY A 4 Av - ff if 1 , - 1 tjfgavwl l i A I Y ' A, , , f L' Q xg l ' A X ! ., C" , ' X , X 1 C, - F If X ntl. U l A . F' ' R ' f S Q x , 4 ,A R A , .l , ,Q V i eff 'Q , l 'it x 3 .wwfv-auteqqtg - 3E.if:j 'A Q , 4.1 f? .9 ... N M x L tt.. .L 1 :nw-fer Wx 'vii 'NW T .N is Holulzelz llllpfll' llormnzg Hotcbkirs Huxsong Imingfn Iuckron fumboski Iacohsorz faeckr LOIS HOl.llBE'I'Z - Ski Club 2. German Club 2. G.A.A. 2.3,-4. F.T.A. 4.-5. Student Council 4. Choir 2.5.4. Sr. Class Play Comm. 4. Bowling 2.5. XVAYNE IIOPPE - Biology Club 2. Conservation Club 3,4. Archery Club R. Radio Club 4. Ski Club 4. Baseball 2,4. Foot- ball 4. jAMES HORNVNG - Biology Club 2. LESTER HOTCHKISS - lfootball 3,-4. Conservation Club 4. W'ILLIAM HUSSONG . Baseball 2.4. Stage Crew 2.54. Fo- rensics Z,4,4. Projectionist Club 2,5,4. Curling 4. Radio Club 4. Dartball 2.5.4. Skyrotket 2.5.4. MARY SI'li INIINGLN - Home Room Sec'y.-Treas. 2. Tophat- tcr Yotalist 3.5, Nlustt Club 2.4.4. German Club 1. Christmas C.tntztt.t 2.4. Ski Club 5, Choir accompanist 5.4. "Mable" in "Pirates of PL'IllLil'lLl!n 5. "B" team cheerleading 5. Tophatter vocalist 5. ll.R. President -I. ANN jACKSON - XX'ahiscan Editor 5.4. Quill and Scroll 3,4. Skyrocket 23.4. Student Council 5. Music Clinic 2. Solo En- Sffllblff 2.5.4. Orchestra 2.5,4. Y-Teens 2.3. G.A.A. 4. Chem- istry 4. Music Club 2,4. Drama Club 5. Ski Club 3. German Club 2. Sr. Class Play Comm. 4. jO ANN jACOBOSKI - Publicity Chairman of Ski Club 2,3,4. Drama Club 3,4. Student Council 2. Spring Play Costume Com- mittee 4. junior Girls Decorations Committee 3. G.A.A. 2,5,4. Orchestra 2. SHELBY jACOBSON - Student Council 2. Senior Class Play 4. German Club 5. Ski Club 2.3. Latin Club 4. Music Club 3,4. Band 2. jr. Girls Decorations Committee 5. Forensics 2. jOAN jAECKS - G.A.A. 2.3.4. Music Club 2. Bowling 2.3,4. Curling 3. jr. Gregg 3. Home Economics Club 4. Finance Com- mittee 3. KAREN jAECKS - jr. Girls Chairman 5. Student Council 3. Drama Club 4. Chairman, Spring Play 5. Pep Committee 2. Music Club 4. German Club 2. Skyrocket 2. G.A.A. 2. KATHLEEN jAECKS - Choir 5,4. jr. Gregg 3. Sr. Gregg 4. Drama Club 4. XVahiscan Business Staff 3. Glee Club 2. German Club 2. Music Club 2. ROBERT jAEGER - Football 3.4. Conservation Club 2,3,4. Biology Club 2. ldgfkg faecks Jaeger Exif ?1"lrqX J A 1-r A W R. s A1 5 PX 1 'V' 1 . A- '35 'Q A ' . 4-4 'L f bv- S. -6' a' Ps .. ' . I vi '3' 'N J 1 '-,X . 1 in E . . ff ., ., in .iff L L Ianz johnson Kamin Kuna MARLENE JANZ - Chemistry Club 4. jr. Girls' Formal Comm. 3. Music Club 3. jr. Gregg 3. Latin Club 2. G.A.A. 4. I-I.R. Secretary 2.5. DAVE JOHNSON - Senior Class Play 4. Wahiscan Activities Editor 4. Debate 2,5,4. Forensics 2,5,4. Spring Play Properties Comm. 5. Tophatters 2.5. Uthrotar 5. Music Club 3.4. Math Club 3, Pres. 4. Latin Club 2. Biology Club Pres. 2. Student Council Social Comm. 5. DeMolay 2,5,4. LEONARD JOHNSON - Biology Club 2. Hockey 3,4. Track 3,4. Cross Country 4. CLAYTON JONES - Curling Club 3,4. Ski Club 4. Biology Club 2. Conservation Club 5, Music Club 2. BARBARA KAHN - Wausau Day Queen Candidate 4. G.A.A. Pres. 4. G.A.A. Vice Pres. 3. Jr. Gregg Vice Pres. 3. Student Council 2. Gleue Kempf Kerslen T Q.- 2,5 " 'x .1 X jobnxon jones Kahn Kamzenberg Erdman Kell ROBERT EDXVARD KAMIN - Cross Country 3. Choir 3. Male Chorus 2. Track 3. Intramural Sports. BARBARA KANE - Projectionist Club Sec'y. 2, Vice Pres. 5,4. Student Council 3. jr. Girls' Comm. 3. G.A.A. 4. Home Room Vice Pres. 2. PHIL KANNENBERG - DONALD ERDMAN - GARY KELL - Projectionist Club 4. F.F.A. 2,3. Conservation Club 3. Baseball 4. MARLENE GLEUE - PATRICIA KEMPF - jr. Gregg 3. G.A.A. 3,4. BARBARA KERSTEN - jr. Gregg Treas. 3. Book Club 4. ean in I " "R memb 4- yeste e ' as once tomor w." Dai' If JIISIIII Q , strong wh quers - O' av Ofhe ', but who con imself ,ff f -'Za Y fE,,.s.X,,'J .1 C , . ., Y Q is srro cr. X Kcrslen Kesee Kickbusrh LARRY KFRSTISN - FVIELYN KIESISIE - Forensics 5,-1. Chemistry Club 4. Drama Club S. Math Club 4. Arr Club Pres. B. I.arin Club 2. G.A.A. 2.5,Al. wikllllklilll 4. Business Staff S. MARIIQNIQ KICKIXVSCII - Music Club 2. Jr. Gregg 5. Ivlusic Club 5.4. JEAN KINZII. - XVahisran lfdiror 4. Music Club 23. Spanish Club Boi. RFGINAID KIITIQI. - Cross Country ?s,4. Darlball 2,3,4. Vol- leyball 541. CLIFFORD KI,A'l"I' - Home Room Sec'y. 4. F.T.A. 4. Chess Club 2. NORMA KLATT - G.A.A. 3,4. jr. Gregg 3. Home Room Pres. 4. I.aVADA KLEINSCHMIDT - JEAN KLUG - Student Council 4. Book Club 2.4. Dance Club 5. Music Club 2. VIRGINIA KNAPP - Art Club 5. G.A.A. 3,4. Home Room Vice Pres. 5. GERALD KOEHLER - F.F.A. 2. Conservation Club 2,3. GLADYS KOEPP - Student Council 3. Home Room Vice Pres. 4. Sr. Gregg Vice Pres. 4. G.A.A. 5,-4. Germin Club 2. BERNARD KOHN - Conservation Club 4. Kinzel Killel Klutl Klart Kleinsfbmidl Klug Knripp Koehler Koepp Kohn -A '4' Qs.. .X lx 363 f 4 sf vt 2 x X6 iv. -' EE' 'i I ii Kolberk Koxurlv AUDREY KOLBECK - G.A.A. 2.5.4. jr. Gregg 3. Sr. Gregg 4. SANDRA KOVACH - Biology Club 5. jr. Gregg 4. G.A.A. 4. JOAN KOZIEL - Music Club 2.5. jr. Gregg 5. F.T,A. 4. Span- ish Club 4. ALLAN KROENING - GENEVA KROHN - Book Club 5. Music Club 5. Economics Club 4. GLADYS KRUEGER - jr. Gregg 3. Sr. Gregg 4. Music Club 4. -IANICE KRUEGFR - G.A.A. 2.5 Pres. 4. Jr. Prom Decorations Comm. 5. Latin Club 5. Music Club 5. Finance Comm. 5. Home Economics Club 4. i Koziel ROSE MARY KRUFGFR - Student Council 4, Prom Decora- tions 5. jr. Girls' Publicity Comm. 5. ll.R. Scc'y 2.5. Lzuin Club 2. Chemistry Club 4. Pep Club 5. G.A.A. 2.5.4. Dancing Club 5. THOMAS KRUISGFR - Football. llzisketlmll. jIlLlANNl5 Kl'FAllL - Ski Club 2.5. German Club 2. Chem- istry Club 4. JERRY KVFALK - Tophatrcrs 2.5. Chemistry Club 4. HR, Pres. 2.5. Band 2.5. BARBARA KL'RTll - Astronomy Club 2.4, Ski Club 5, Art Club 4. DAl.lf GIlSTAVli KURTH - Projectionist Club 4. Bowling 2.5.4- Kroening Krohn Krueger Krueger Krueger Krueger Kufabl Kufalk Kurih Kurlb EPS: Mlm' ov T' ,'3s'9 Q ff inf' K "' V f........3 XVAYNIQ CATHARINE LANGFORD A Q? "ANR IJ", uf' - R v I Tp!:f',i I 5 B l. Kyle Latzhs l..tdu'ig l..1mf Ianlgfnnl l..1ll'1'l'!Il6 KYLE - Q. vp. f.. 1' 1 I . Luffin I.t'BI.n1t' --'E' fi' Q. J. .Q fi Z . -.K Lunlbrecfvl Leith Y-Teens 2.5,-4. Chemistry Club 4. CAROL LAABS - Social Comm. 2. Ci.A.A. 2.5. Music Club 2, 5.4. Sr. Gregg 4. Ilome Room Scc'y 2,4. Home Room Vice Pres. 5. Pep Club 5. CAROL I.ADXX'ICi - Skyrotket Ifclitor-in-thief 4. Social Comm. Chrm. 4. Skyrocket 2.5. G.A.A. 2.5.4. Student Council 2. Chem- istry Club 4. Drama Club 5. Music Club 2.4. Ski Club 5. Home Room Sec'y 5. Y-Teens 23.4. Quill and Stroll 5. Sr. Class Play Comm. 4. ICDITH LAFEIN - Orchestra 2.5. E.T.A. 4. Biology Club 2. Spanish Club ?s,4. Music Club 2. Dancing Club 5. Christmas Cantata 2. I.I 'THER LAMBRECIIT - PATRICIA ANN LANE - Student Council President 4. jr. Prom Comm. Decorations Chairman 5. Varsity Debate 2.3.4. Spring Play 5. XVahiscan 2. Eclitor 3.4. Social Comm. Chrm. 4. Astron- omy Club Z. Latin Club 5.4. Drama Club 5. C.A.A. 2. Art Club 2. jr. Girls' Comm. 3. Y-Teens 23. Pat ' I ' " tasted is ex' g used is li Young Lena rd Latin Club 2. Ci.A.A. 2. Ski Club 2.5. Drama Club 4. Dancing Club 5. jr, Girls' Comm. 5. Home Room Pres. 4. CAROLINE LAXYRENCE - C.A.A. 2.5.4. Music Club 2.3. Ger- man Club 4. Ilome Economics Club Pres. 4. Sr. Class Play Comm. 4. Bowling 2,5,4. Badminton Tournament 2. DAVID I.eBI.ANC - Chemistry Club 4. Math Club 4. Book Club 2. JAMES LEITII - E.F.A. 2.54. Football 2.5. jr. Dairyman's Assn. 4. ROBERT j. LENARD - Noon Hour Activities 2.5.4. Bowling Capt. 4. DICK LEPINSKI - Sr. Class Play Production Manager 4. Bi- ology 2. Astronomy Club 5, Pep Club 4. Golf 3. Bowling 4. Track 2. PATRICIA LEXVIS - Lepinxbi Lewis if ,. A5 Leu 11 ke Lm dike L ARX LFXX IT ZKF Proyecttomst Club 4 Conserxatlon Club 3 BFTH LITTI F Cerman Club 2 3 4 F T A 2 3 Home Fc Club 4 Waugtmnlan Counul 4 THOMAS LOINSDORF Student Councxl 2 Basketball 2 7:4 Skyrocket 4 Chemxstrx Club 4 JACK LOPPNOW Football 2 34 Track 2 34 Band 2 34 Student Council 3 Pep Club 2 4 Music Club 4 H1 Y Club 2 3 4 LFONARD LUCHT PIOICLIIOHISI Club 54 Radlo Club 4 DORIS LLEDTKE G AA 2 34 German Club 5 Home Club 4 Manerbe Kreuger My 4"" in "Y 'Z' Iftlle I omdm Iopfmou lmflth I mfvrlfu :gn M 111111 n Marks ZWQY-5 IL:-ta-..k-aaiX I ucld Mars Tl-RRY LUFDTKF Hmkex S4 Arthery Club 2 Skt Club 2 XX ILBLR LI FTSCHWAC FR jl ANFTTF MADDFN Art Club 2 Latnn Club 'a Math Club ' VAL RAX MAIS Art Club 2 34 CAROL JFAN MANFCKE Proletuonnst Club 2 34 GA 2 34 CJWFNN KRUEGER ROGER MARKS Tom onsdor the one r orer eo To mark alnst you He ' tes ot tha lost But how o play - 9 OHOI' game " f - and Rue I Q? F4 it "' '- , ' iff.. if' S , f " A , iff l.fJl7:?f g . aid 1 A ' .SL av V 'uf .tl b 4 S, 9 N A.11,, -Tu A at ! Q 4 C ,, . N Z 4' A W A . 4 V - . . . , . . . Ec. fi. -. is A A 4 A Virql in larzllulrrll t D ' I X ,,.. "X inner ICYCF quit tttcrs K , 7 ' V1 s never 'in. 1 I BONNIE ,IEAN Maitotmxitlnr - Cafeteria. SHARON Maitotnutiar . Mimi cgtuh -1, Spanish Club 4. VIRGINIA MARQITARDT - Biology Club 2. F.T.A. 2.3. Stu- dent Council 5,4 Sr. Gregg 4. lforcnsits 2,5,4. H.R. Scc'y 2.5,4. JFANEITIF MARSON - G,A.A. 2.5.4. Sr. Gregg 4. l5lI.l. MATIIIIZS - Cross Country 2.5.4. Track 2.5,4. Basketball Z,'5,4. Sr. Class Vice Pres. 4. Student Council 2. Latin Club 2. L'throtar 2. Badger Boys State 5. Intramural Softball 2,3,4. GRACE MATTICE - G.A.A. Z.5,4. Monitor 4. VIOIT MATVSZAK - F.I3.A. 2. Conservation Club 2. Camera Club 5. Projectionist Club 5. Drama Club 4. Music Club 4. Skyrocket 2.5, Managing Iiditor 4. Choir 2,5,4. Sr. Class Play 4. Opera 5. Track 5. 'nv i 5-1 Miirquardl Mtzrqmndl Marquurd! LLIZABETII MtC.AI3Ii - G.A.A. 2.5. Usher 3.4. Monitor 4. Home IEC. Club 4. jr. Girls' Decorations Comm. 3. BARBARA KU IZTII li R - JOHN McCARTIfN - Ski Club 3.4. Hi-Y Basketball 354. In- tramural Basketball 23. Intramural Football 2.5.4. Intramural Softball 25.4. PHILIP McCL'I.I.OI'Gl'I - Projectionist Club 2. Stage Crew 2.5.4. Hi-Y Basketball 2, Intramural Basketball 2. Intramural Football 4. Intramural Swimming 2.54. MARY McDONAI,D - G.A.A. 2.5. Dancing Club 3. RODNEY McDONALD - Curling Club 2.5,4. Marion fllulfzies Mutlice illuiuxzak McCabe Kuetber Mtftzrterl McCullough McDonald McDonald in I' 1 f t fl .gI,c'C'X V' ik ni Readmg Clockuzse Mos! Admmzble SHEILA BRICK RODAEY RAHN 'J Most Scbolarl , A- , 6 1 nf" SEN IOR J L VIRGINIA MARQUARDT 3' KARL FRAEDRICH Most Actne PAT LAINE WHA' hi lf DICK DLTRISAC f ML .,, 5, 'T-'JA Most LIkely lo Succeed MARGARET BACHHI, BER ' '7 DAVE JOHNSON, ,gc 1 Best School Czlxzen IOANN ZASTROW DICK STONE .24-Z 'Ou A, ACES WN 1 X' A T37 ci f uf 1? ' cr' .JUS SHN IOR nlmg Counter C lotkutse Be 1 Iooimg lx IRI N H1NSON '1L B11 'H-1'NN 5 9 Best Dressed 'N 4 NC! fAl ILL IOHN ROSILIVIL RG! f Best m Sports and Sportsmanship BWIKBARA KAHN ,Q JLRRQ HSH uvds of ll tt JANE W AHL X IACA LOPPNOW Prrsonulzty Plus IAIN SILLARS BILL RICHARDT ACES K ,Q f M ZZ- 99' I x 44. ! 5" A ,A '9 uv NO 17,9 ' sf X . -1 ' ' ,, -., X 1 . X .. L" , E A s - "MX ,- L, fx'-L, s W ,T P , ,J K XX Q I Rv. K' , , ' 3 - VW X V-1. Y' M lj ' I "'v , 7.1 xx ,QT YR X 'X ix A . L. -A A, . - .N vi , Y J' Q A Y: 1 1 ,N SIX A' " f ' ,J ' Aw fv 'L A x 5 ,ixxksxx 55- , Q, - N r '-wx , -. -L ull ' .' " 'Q A.. ,JL 'XXX' , is 'QEJN A r V sv A A t ss A L ' sums x I -, . R K, 7 , , f k, A P xxx JK Q , V Y -V- ,K . F .-X V - N is KL x ix j ,KAN-xx. N K-X Kp 'KX I , x X J 4 l , 'Rf ,ik R Vgfyig A 1' ' B, f' .3 f A .1 r 7 X J 4 ff' wo y' ,L "Q I V b -.. I 0' Q 4 Q S 21 -1 :Ah 2,- 51, 4, .fu .. alglfvn I ...Y ...vhs R gem., ll ' v Hu iso Q52 is Illclllulmrz Pieslmllu RICHARD McMAHAN - Aqua Club 5. Chemistry Club 4. KATHERINE PIESHALLA - JOHN MEURETT - Conservation Club 4. CAROL ANN MEYER - Sr. Class Play Cast 4. Y-Teens 2.5.4. Y.I.C. 2.5.4. jr. Girls' Finance Co-chairman 5. G.A.A. 2.5.4. Ski Club 2,5,4. Dance Club Treas. 5. Drama Club 4. German Club 2. H.R. SeC'y 2.5. Student Council Decorations Comm. 4. FRED MICHEL - Ski Club. MARY MILLER - Y-Teens 2.5.4. G.A.A. 2.5.4. jr. Girls' Ei- nance C0-chairman 5. jr. Girls' Decorations 5. Student Council 2. Spanish Club 5.4. H.R. Pres. 5. Sec'y 4. GERALD MOECK - Intramural Bowling 2.5.4. Projectionist Club 4. Radio Club 4. Track 5. illeurell DICK MOHR - Basketball 2.5. Bowling 5.4. Intramural Foot- ball 2,5,4. Intramural Basketball 5.4. Intramural Softball 2.5.4. Baseball 2.5.4. Projectionist Club 4. Math Club 4. Cross Country 2. Volleyball 5.4. Hi-Y Basketball 2,5,4. LAVERN MOOTZ - F.F.A. 2.5.4. Conservation Club 2,5. LORRAINE MORTENSON - Biology Club 2. Music Club 2 Math Club 5. Chemistry Club 4. BILLY MOY - Cthrotar 5. Art Club 2.5.4. Math Club 2.5.4. XX'ahiscan Art 5.4. Orchestra 2.5.4. Spring Play Comm. 5. Class Play 4. JEANETTE MUCHA - Sr. Gregg 4. jr. Gregg 5. Skyrocket 2. Music Club 2. G.A.A. 2. MARJORIE MUELLER - Music Club 2. Dancing Club 5. ilfeyer Iliifbel Miller Motfck MOIJV Illoolz fllorfenxon Moy Alurba Mueller I 54' 'J 5 K ,' N fi 9 'f 0' it J k , ,,. 'W 7 'V A 5' jf-J' 1 B "' f -51 J FL .. "N tg- if Q . b f N4 A 4 .. .l jan- ! ,. my., .Q lf i 'S fx' Nay r N in no m .1 n BETTY NASS - Book Club 2. Music Club 5.4. Pep Club 4. Glee Club Z,5,f1. jr. Girls' Decorations Comm. 5. jr. Girls' I.. -- W .wire . Neifzel Neminslze Nirkel Nielson Nimzemtm Nybolnz Oelke O elke RUTH NYHOLM - "A" Squad Cheerleader 5.4. "B" Squad Cheerleader Z. Student Council Z. Pep Club 5,4. G.A.A. 4. Ticket Comm. 5. Spring Play Make-up Comm. 5. Spring Play Publicity Comm. 5. ROLAND Nlfl'l'7flfl. - Tophartcrs 2. Music Club 2. ALLAN OELKE - Projectionisr Club 2. ski Club 5. Gymnastics 5. H.R. Pres. 2,5. jOANN OIELKF - Music Club 2.5.4. German Club 5. G.A.A. Z. Pep Club 4. jr. Girls' Invitations Comm. 5. MICHAISL NLMINSKIE - DONALD NICKEL - RUSSELL NIIQLSIEN - Ski Club 5,4. GERALD OFSTRIQICH - Badger Boys' State 5. jr. Prom Decorations Comm. 5. German Club 5, Pres. 4. Ski Club 2,5,4. Conseravtion Club Z, Cross Country 2. Track Z' Curling Club 2' TERRY OESTREICH - MARCIA NINNEMAN - ELDORA NINNFMAN - G.A.A. 2,5,4. Gerr .i lreic LANCE OLDFNBCRG - Projectionist Club 2. Music Club SA. Oexlreifla Oesireirb Oldenburg take its . 'L' W 4' .. . wk." ' - P a ity may Suppl I love V Dt' but '- " ' 2 ' , er ' 1 egl 15' ' x . X X! 'L 'W few- - -ff, b .11 'I , 1, ul x 4,-Y 4 1 r Opal Orllieb Osrrowxbi Ofto Page Page! Paul Payzer Pvlerson Pluulz WALTER OPAL - Latin Club 2. Camera Club 5. Music Club 3. Chemistry Club 4. Astronomy Club 4. ALAN ORTLIEB - Ski Club. Archery Club. CLAIR OSTROXWSKI - JANICE MARIE OTTO - G.A.A. 2.5.4. Pep Club 2.3. Sr. Gregg 4. DAVE PAGE - Student Council 2,3,4. Track 2.5.4. Cross Coun- try 3.4. Intramural Basketball 3,4. Hi-Y Club 4. ELLEN PAGEL - G.A.A. 3. Girls' Glee Club. ANNA PAUL - G.A.A. 4. Plier Plisfb P15-ffl? flue JOHN PAYZER - Ski Team 3.4. Golf 5.4. Curling 2.3. Ski Club 2.5.4. Tophattcrs 4. Hi-Y Club 3.4. BILL PETERSON - Golf Team 2.5.4. Ski Team 3.4, Football 2. Ski Club 5.4. Camera Club 2.5. Home Ec. Club 4. KAREN PLAUTZ - Latin Club 2. G.A.A. 2. Music Club 3.4. Chemistry Club 4. Wahiscan Exchange Editor 5, Copy Editor 4. jr. Girls' Decorations Comm. 5. jr. Prom Decorations Comm. 3. Costume Comm. Sr. Class Play 4. H.R. Sec'y 2.5,4. PEGGY PLIER - German Club 2. French Club 5.4. Music Club 2.3. Chemistry Club 4. DONOVAN PLISCH - Stage Crew 2.5.4. Wis. Valley Radio Association 4. Math Club 4. Chess Club 2. BILL PLISCH - Badger Boys 3. Music Club 3. Latin Club 2. I that our eterminatio not stron enoug The gl y o success a Rod ey am 9 " fa ure only esta she this: - w is gaine n p t fail es." at ff lp MARK'lil.l.A PODCDRSKI - Danting Club 5. Ci.A.A. 4. Home lftonomics 4. MARY ANNAPUI C. AA. 4. Home litonomits Club 4. Biology Club 1. Dunning f lub S. DIANE POSl"Yfill:'kl.l A - fi.A.A. 23.4. Spanisli Club 14. Ski lilub 5.4, Girls' Cilu Club 2. Aqua Club 2. KARFN RAD.-KNT - C.A.A. 23,-4. German Club 2,4. Chemistry Club 4. Ski Club 4. Music Club Z. Sr. Class Play Comm. 4. DARLFNI5 RADKI-2 - Skyrotket Business Staff Manager 4. Quill and Scroll 5. Drama Club 5.4. jr. Gregg 5. Sr. Gregg 4. Ci.A.A. 23,-4. Spring Play Comm. 3. NIARHXN RADKIS - Cn.A.A. 2,.'1.'l. l'.T.A. 14. Drama Club 5.4. Debate Z. H.R. Vito Pres 5. Pres. 4, VC'abiscan and Skyrocket business staff R, Home Room President 4. Ski Club 2. RUDNIQY RAHN - XX'al1iSL'an lfditor in Chief 4, Utllrotar 4, Quill and Scroll President 4. Student Council 2. Debate 2. Fo- Q0 PUJKUVJM Poi Poxpyflwlla rensits 4. Tophattcrs 5, Skyrocket 3. Talent Show 2,5,4. Music Clinic S. Math Club 5,4. Music Club 5,4. Operetta 3. Christmas Cantata 5. Solo-Ensemble 2,5,4. H.R. President 5. H.R. V.P. 4. THOMAS RAKOXX' - QRACE RASMUSSFN - Student Council 2.3. Pep Club 2,3,4. Ci.A.A. 2,3,4. BILL RICHARDT - Tophatters 2,5,4. Hi-Y Club 2,3,4. Bowling 2,5,4. Music Club 5. Pep Club 4. BARBARA ROBBINS - G.A.A. 2,5,4. Head of Volleyball. Spanish Club 3,4. V. President and Secretary Pep Club 2. Spring Play Costumes 2,3. Sr. Play Make-up 4. CFRALDINE ROEDIZR - Book Club 2. Astronomy Club 3. Dancing Club 5. Home Economics Club 4. Student Council 4. ,IEANIETTE ROHLOFF - G.A.A. 2.3. Music Club 2. German Club 4, Ski Club 5. Radtmt Radke Radtke Rabn Rakow Raxmusxen Rirlmnll Robbins Raeder Robloff N L' c X Q '-if R 6 Roxemurgy Rubgu' JOHN ROSEMURGY - Camera Club 5. Chemistry Club 4. Math Club 4. Basketball 2.5.4. Football 2,5,4. Baseball Z. VINESSA RIQBOXX' - Choir 2.5,4. Spring Play 5. Operetta 5. Drama Club 5. Ski Club 4. E.T.A. 5. G,A.A. 2. LYLE RCSCH - Conservation Club 4. Projectionist Club 5. Dartball Z. Bowling 4. INIARY SAHR - Book Club 4. Camera Club 4. MARIBETH SALVADOR - Choir 2,5,4. G.A.A. 2,5,4. Math Club 4. Sr. Gregg 4. Book Club 2. Music Club 5. MARY SANDERS - Debate 23.4. Senior Class Play 4. Sky- rocket 4. jr. Girls Comm. 5. E.T.A. 5,4. H.R. Sec'y 2.5.4. Spring Play Z. Latin Club 2.5. Drama Club 5. jr. Prom Decorations 5. Forensics 5. Rusrb Suhr Saltuulor SJVIIJFYS Srbeel Srherr Srllilliffg BARBARA SCHALOXX' - Book Club 2. G.A.A. 5.4. GERALD SCHALOXY' - BARBARA SCHEEI. - Music Club Z,5. Dancing Club 5. Home Economics 4. Monitor 2.5.-I. G.A.A. Z. ROMETTA SCHERR - Quill dk St-roll 5. Skyrocket Editor 5,4, Prom Publicity Chairman 5. School Affairs Comm. 5. jr. Girls' Comm. 5. H.R. Pres. 2. jr. Gregg 5. Sr. Gregg 4. G.A.A. 2,5. 4.. blusic Club Z,5. EUGENE SCHILLING - lntramural Sports. GERALD SCHLAIS - Music Club 5. HAROLD SCHLICHT ' Projectionist Club 3,4. Volleyball Z,3,4. Srbulou' Srlwlou' Srbldis St'fvfiC,Jl 1'-5 t K K 'F' ut 9 W at 1 s 1, ,.. ,..,. -. .1 ol "' 3 ,fn ah 157 bv ff X IL Srlnlueier Schmidt Scbmiezlen Srbmolze Srlmubel Srlnm-lle Rilrbie Sfbult Schultz Schultz JOEL SCHLUETFR - Astronomy Club 3. Art Club 4. JFANNE SCHMIDT - Music Club 2, Jr. Gregg 3. Sr. Gregg 4. H.R. Treasurer 2,5. VERN SCHMIFDIZN - Ski Club Z. Biology Club 2. Music Club j. AL SCHMOLZE - F.T.A. 5,-5. German Club Z,5,4. Student Coun- cil 5. Pep Club Z. MARLYN SCHNABEL - Music Club 2. G.A.A. 2,4. JO ANN SCHNIELLF - G.A.A. 2, Music Club 2,?s. Spanish Club 3.4. Book Club 4. JOHN RITCHIE - Bill ard! " 1 not bound to but I um e to be tru m not bou ' ed, bu bound to live - hat li ave." DOR0'l'HlfA SCHULT - Dancing Club 5. CHARLES SCHULTZ - Conservation Club 3,4. JI'DY SCHITLTZ - Music Club 4. Choir 5,4. Pep Club 4. Jr. Prom Decorations 3. Astronomy Club Sec'y. 3. Skyrocket 3,4. Cilee Club 2. Library Club 2. KAREN LYNN SCHLTLTZ - Student Council 3. Music Club 25.4. Library Club 4. G.A.A. 2. ROSEMARY SCHCLTZ - Biology Club 2. Music Club 2. As- tronomy Club 5. Dancing Club 5. German Club 4. Book Club 4. VIRJEAN SCHCLTZ - G.A.A. 2.5. Dancing Club 3. Schultz Schultz Srbultz M- - f J as my ,. sw 'gif 'O' 1 we ff 'KJ LW 'Q rf' -are Sfbllnldfbef Yellmzgg Ser1or11sk1 911111111011 Sin r Unk, Srllars S111 lm .SIUIIIIPIJAQI .SWIIIIJ Smnlg PATRICIA SCHI MACHI R German Club 3 4 Chemlstry Club 4 GLNE SH Ll INC, Stay. Crew 7 54 Slu Club 7 BERNARD SFINORASKI Baseball 2 34 P F A 2 A4 Conser watron Club Z 44 jr Danrwmen s Club Vue Pres 4 RICHARD SHAININON Golf 2 54 Fnotball 2 5 Curlxnp, 34 Stage Crew 54 Skt Club 12 X Club 2 54 JEANNE SHERFIINSKI Skxrmket reporter 2 Cops Fdrtor 3 Assrstant Fdxtor 4 jr Prom Detorauons 5 Chemrstry Club 4 Mus1tClubZ4 HR Secs 4GAA254 PepClub5 .IANICE SILLARS Pep Club 54 Student Councrl 4 Cheer leader 34 See of jr Class 5 Sec of Sr Class 4 CIAA 5 Dahcmg, Club Secy 3 MERRILL A SISCHO Skt Club 254 Curlmg Club 234 Sobkouruk Sodbe Soukup limltwp Club 2 Uth otar 4 Orthestra and Tophatters 23 Iratk 2 5 ROSIPAININ SLOMIINSICI C AA Z 5 Sr C reg, 4 jANI-T SMITH C AA 2 G4 Book Club 2 jl INICF SMITH Book Club 2 54 Astronomy Club 3 Music C lub 4 ARLLNE SOBRONWIAK C1 A A 2 34 French Club 5 Pep Club 34 jr Prom IJCCOFHIIGUS 5 H R Sec x 8 Treas 2 IVIUSIL Club2's4 SklClub23 DONALD SODKI: Math Club 2 S Iatm Club 2 Uthrotar 4 Student Counul i I'LLFN SOUKUP Skt Club 2 34 GAA 2 34 Music Club 4 Skr Instruttor 5 :FP IOS 4r" A' Z' y 1er ur p sures are w, our sor s ee ' on I 2 5 ' GF A ,,Hi ' ,,nl . Q- 'th 4 ff? 5 A k I ' It f 1 I xx " C I 0 1 'P s- Q 4 7 . f , 1 . 1 4 ,px n N 4 I ' I . gn ,. ' f . '. 1. 'iff ' ,.,-fi. 1 ,Q 1,3 A Q - ' A P , . 0 .,, l 6, PIII lf! 'MMIII "I mutt s not w u are thong to bc, but w u are." -Syrus l.OIS SVARBFI. - Book Cflub 2. jr. Gregg 5. G.A.A. 4. GI1RAI.ID SPAIZ - I.4itin Club 2. German Club 5. Chemistry Club -I, IBRIFI liall 2.5.1. Ping-Pong Z. STANII-Y SPORISKY - Intrzirnuml Sports 2.5.4. Archery Club 2. Proyt-trionixt Club 5. Ilotkey 5.4. Cross Country 4. Opera 5. SlI:I.IA SPURISRX - G.A.A. 2.5.4. ROBFRT SIANION - Curling 2.5. Cheis 5.4. Intramural5 5.4. llartballl 5,-4, Bowling AI. NANCY SIARK - Art Club 2. Book Club 2. Jr. Gregg 5. Sr. Gregg 4. Musit Club 4. -IANIQT STIQCKLING - Student Council 2. Math Club 4. G.A.A. 5.4. Music Club 1.5.4, Sporisky Stanlon Slenson Slepbenson 1. I .2 ---'gg -41 :- aw . 45. 4... 17 'I' an 3 Q S K I Spflfbfl Sfmt: Sporixky LARRY STEIN - Tophatters 2.5. Archery Club 5, Pres. 2. Mum' Club 2.5. Noon Hour Dances - Manager. MARILYN STENSON - G.A.A. 2.3.4. Skyrocket Business Staff 5.4. jr. Gregg: 5. Music Club 4. PATRICIA STIEPI-IENSON - Student Council Sec'y. 4. Ski Club Treas. 4. Student Countil Dec. Comm. 4. jr. Prom Dec. 5. French Club 5.4. Ski Club 2.5,-4. G.A.A. 2.5.4. HARLEY STIIEBFR - Dartball 2.5.4. Stage Crew 2.3.4. Con- servation Club 2.5. Basketball Manager 5. HOXWARD STIEBER - Projectionist Club 2. llartball 4, Volley- ball 4. MARLENE STOHR - H.R. Sedy-Treas. 4. Sr. Gregg 4. jr. Gregg 5. Biology Club 2.5. Book Club 2. G.A.A. 4. Stark Slerkling Stein Slieber Stieber Stobr iw 6 3 lg . 'K I P X ' ,f N 152 nr K . 1 yr" Sf0'1f' SH-JU: V Srmsrnztm DICK STONE - Sophomore Class President 2. Uthrotar 5. Badger Boys' State 5. Football Z,5,4. French Club, Vice Pres. .5,4. Ski Cflub Z,5,4, Biology Club Z. Class Ring Comm. 5. jr. Prom Decorations Comm. 5. RUTH STRASSFR - G.A.A. 2,5,4. Social Comm. 5. Book Club 5. Home Fc. Club 4. H.R. Sec'y. 4. DARLFNE STRASSMAN - Student Council Z. G.A.A. 2. H.R. Pres. 5. Vfaugonian Council Representative 5. Book Club 2. jr. Gregg 5. Sr. Gregg 4. Camera Club 4. LYLE STREBLE - ANNA jFAN STRECOK - Math Club 4. Home Ec Club 4. BETTY STREI - jr. Gregg 5. Sr. Gregg 4. Camera Club 4. Slrelzle Slurm jOAN STRIX Dancing Club 5 PAC I.lTTl STRLClx D ama Club 54 Ski Club 1 Must uw5 C HNF STLRM Curling 25 Chess Club 5 4 7 Sl I l IX AN Basketball " Music Club 5 4 u C hemistrs ub 5 C ross Countri IOSRAF QXXPFT Sk Club254 C KA 254 S S Plat 4 Music Club 2 34 Student Council Social Comm 4 ICJRRAINI' THC lr Music Club 5 jr C rcgt., 5 Student Coun cil 5 PTA 1 Decorations Comm 5 jOAN TAX LOR Dancing., Club 5 Strerok Strei Sullitum Sweet Texgc Taylor 'Q' if P F 1 'Nw ,V ffl :rv ,ix ' " ta. .xt . Q 5 I AI 1 l t t , LLL! cii I cQ.fl.2x. zcsf ' rl V i C A A' 'B lAT".. 1 -. 3 z,.,.sktC1 1,-t. i 5 cgi C, 3 , 3 5 2. .1 - i' gr... r. Cla Strey Struck . 1' f .I ' 1' l i 5 . s f E 44 ' ,A- K fi v 557- J' n - XX 'rf ., XJ, , .Q Q ff "' 4 -an Q 4' Q. W 5, Q-7" - -4 'Q' b i A F ' I r I QR '95 P' Q1 "3" " X leafs! Tt'Yf77It'P' Tersmer Thomas 'I llllfllflillll Tlwmpron Thurs Tnmlou' Tren Trillen Cmnur .IUDY TESSMER - lf.T.A. 4. Spanish Club 4. Music Club 2,3. Pep Club 2. H.R. Pres. 4. MARY TFSSMER - jr, Gregg 3. Music Club 3. F.T.A. 4. As- tronomy Club 4. LEON THOMAS - Chemistry Club 5. Math Club 4. Intramural Basketball 4,-1. Bowling 5.4, Swimming Z,5. GRACE THOMPSON - Dance Club Vice Pres. 3. H.R. Vice Pres. 2. Ski Club 2,5-i. Music Club 5,-1. Drama Club 5. RONALD THOMPSON - Track 2.5,4. Cross Country 23.4. Basketball l,Z. Volleyball 4. Curling 5. Bowling 2.14. Hi-Y Club 5,-1. Spanish Club 4. JFANETTE Tlllllls - KAREN TRANTOXV - Forensics 3.4. Astronomy Club Sec'y. 4. Dirk ' on "Th en - is best def ho is defe ed wi kindnessf . wi'-Q '- li' . . lash, 4? 'L '-LF' 1 .. H Ski Club 2.3. Sr. Class Play 4. German Club 2. Social Comm 4. Latin Club 4. JON TREL7 - Ski Club 2. Chemistry Club 5. Curling Club 34 Projectionist Club 4. Student Council 4. Golf 4. KENNETH TRITTEN - Track 2. Cross Country 2. Ski Club 3.4. Archery Club Z. Talent Show 3. BOB UMNUS - Football 2.5.4. Track 2,3,4. Conservation Club 4 LYNN VOELTZKE - Student Council 2. Track Queen of 1955 2. H.R. Pres. 3. H.R. Sec'y. 2. Music Club 2,3. Biology Club 2 KATHLEEN VOGE - I.atin Club Z. German Club 5,4. Music Club 4 Book Club 5. Spring Play Comm. 3. DONNA WACQNER - Music Club 2. Biology Club 2. Jr. Gregg 5. Waugtmnian Council 5,4 Sr. Gregg 4. Voelizbe Voge W'agner . 'x 1' f-4 4 1,3 el A H Wahl talker Walters U illers jANE WAHL Art Club A4 Drama Club Z 5 C AA 2 mrs Comm Chr 5 Spring, Plas 5 Sr ass Play 4 Squad cheerleader 2 Monitor YAYCY WALKER - Latin Club 2. Book Club Program ,. Spanish Club 5.4, Wahiscan Business Staff 4. Nlusic Club 4. DOROTHY WALLACE - Dance Club 5. French Club 54. Fo- rensic Readings 4. Talent Show 4. PETER WALLACH - Projectionist Club 2 54. Cerman Club 2. French Club 4. HUGH WALSH - Chess 2 5. Math Club 4. E.T.A. 4. Student Council 5. CAROL WALTERS - G.A.A. party Chr. 4. Ticket Comm. Chr. 34. B' Squad Cheerleader 5. Waugonian Council 4. Home Ec. Club Vice Pres. 4. Music Club 2 5. G.A.A. 2 54. Spanish Club 5. Zunker W einke Wekwerl X -..X V lf ' : 4 ,aa le.: l ll allure W ulluzlv fd 5 ll in ll nmundl ll gbff jANlHT XXAITIHRS Nlusit Club 1 44 Waugimnian Council 5 Skxrocl-rct 5 Cops Editor 4 Wahiscan 4 ROCPR XXANTA Prolecttonist Club 2 Music Club 4 MARION XYASMVNDT - Opera 5. C'.A.A. 2 54. Sr. Gregg., 4. Student Council 4. jr. Cregg, 5. Spring, Concert 254. F ll Concert 4. HAROLD XVEBER - Conservation Club 25. E.E.A. 2. Buy' Glee Club 4. RAX NARD ZUNKER - SANDRA WEINKE - Art Club 5 4. G.A.A. 2 54. Archery Club 4. Music Club 2 5. ASTRID WEKWERT - German Club 2 3. G.A.A. 4. Art Club 4. jr. Gregg 5. Monitor. Axlri W kwert N tur gave men ne ngue but t ears hat we m y he from others wice a uch s we speak. , x 7 . J 1? llnellorl CARI, XVI ITUN 2 'lraitk 2.5. Aqua Club 2. Hockey Club 3. ' Chess iilub 74 Artherv Club .., Q ' l5l.0RlzNl.l' XYl:NlD'l4 - Home Ifconomies Club 4. jr, Gregg 5. Aff Club 4, Ci.A.xX, al. blusit Club 2. l.,-XRRY XX ll'l3l1RllO l3l"XNl' XVINNIY - lfootball 2.4. Tratk 5. Projeetionist Club 2,f,o. .X-X lltrettor 9.3 l'l.lY.'XHl'l'll XVYINIAN - C.A.A. 2. Spanish Club 2. Chemistry Club A, Home lft. Club 4. Nlusie Club 5.4. hSlANl'l'l. YlfSSl" - Projeetionigt Club 5.-1. AIIM ZAHN - Conservation Club 2.3.4. Projectioniat Cttniem Club 5. unillllit' Zuxtrou' t4f,,b A .,,, . 1-2 1-it ll", mlm Alillmaal 5 2. in-gtvb Le f JW ,4 5 ulltlllll Uviederboefl IDI 'XVAYNIS ZAMZOXX' - F.F.A. 2.3.4. Sec'y. 2. Treas. 4. H.R. Pres.. Vice Pres.. Treaa. 5,4 Choir 2.3,4. Opera 5. Christmas Cantata 2.5. jr, lJairymen's Ass'n. Reporter 4. JOANN ZASTROXX' - Math Club 5.4. Debate 2.3. Forensics 2.5.4, Student Coumil 2.3. G.A.A. 2.3. Music Club 4. Latin Club 2. Book Club 5. Girl! State 5. RICHARD ZILLMAN -Conservation Club 2.5,-1. Biology Club 2. GENE ZIMMFRMAN - FFA. 2.5.4. Projectionist Club 2. jr. Dairyman Ass'n. Treae. -1. THOMAS Zl'Cll - Curling 2.3.4. Stage Crew 3,4. Cross Coun- try 2.3.4. Traek 2.5.4. Chess Club 2.3. Bowling 2,3. Club 3. JOANN ZUNKER - Yggyg Zahn Zamzou' Zimnzernmn 211511 Zllffkff 3 '51, Ser' 6' Q 3' 4,9 . ' V. 14-f,,.1 lrlzlllll f1lAh'uu' "Never esteem ilIlYfhil13,: ,ts ,f F 'llf X .tdxttntagc to thuc that sh.tll imtkt 6 f .qs K, thee break thx xwrd ur Ima tht , I . 1-vv 1 Ns, . st-If-respt-ft." Nt 5- 1 '- - ' fuldutylji .Nlttiidltii Ntltuu PH 'll'RIS NDVI .XYAII HBH In xpilc ut nur ttttumixc ctttvru tt- get .1 puttin -I ucrx mrmhcr ut the tlasx uf 19:-', prints uf the fttlltmutn, were IIUI .ualllahlc when thus patty went tu prux lltwnatlti Bccw. 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I ,,,-,,.,..H-v --- 7 .. uzmovammfj SENIGR ACES PL BLIC Nfl lONb Slexrotktt Carol Laduzg Alan Sanz ers tanne Slu mskz oe Mains tk Dulene Rad Le Muzlm Stenson ll alustan Rozlncv Ralvn Ixzrl Ivaetlrnlf Pat Lane Manon Radtke IORI-'Nblib md DPBATF Daze olvnxon Mary Qanzlers lnqznxa Mar quzrdt Pat Lane I--J STL DFNT COX ERlNN1r'N'I P11 Lane Don Clemens jerome Inlw To "N'N!l-Q. lui -44991 " 1 nu xlysu Row 2 Sanders Radke Froedrzclv Radtke Stanson Row 1 Sberfznskx Matuszak Ladutg Ralm Lane Bottom Sanders lzsla olanson Clemens Lane Marquardt Once agaxn your yearbook staff IS proud to present outstandrng senrors who hawe helped to deyelop our school spxrrt and have paruclpated 1n many extra school ACIIXIIICS Congratulatlons to the people on this page We are proud of you You haye gnen unselfxshly of your txme and energy to such actrvmes as the Skyfrocket, the T-1 xx 'rv N1 Wahlscan, forenslcs, debate student government cholr orchestra band art, athletrcs, drama and as members of commlttees worklng behmd the scenes Because o an early deadlxne ue uere unable to get a jlllllltf' o our lop senior drarnatrsts Paulette Struck lliargarel Barb buber and Daz 1d jolmson MLSIC and ART Cbozr Duwayne Zamrou Mary Sue Imtn gen Lee Bramer Orchestra lNanry Fatell Bxlly Moy Karen Hanson Band Russell Bennett Rodney Ralm Dattd johnson Art Btlly Moy jane Wahl Roger Marks ATHLFTICS Football jerry Fzsh Gerald Engebrecht Bob McCabe Baseball Rxcbard Dulrzsar john Rosemurgy jerry Fzslv dxd such an ouistandzng fob at tackle that he was elected to the All Conference, All State and Hzgh School All American football honor squads for l95f Dzck Dutrxsac made a guard posztzon an the All Conference and All State basketball bonot squad Top- Row 2 Bennett, Rahn, johnson, Zamzow, Marl'S Row 1 Hanson, Wahl, Favell, Bramer, Moy Bottom Engebrecbt, Dutrxsac, Rosemur y Absent Bob McCaie 2 f N l i' A - l , . y - ., J In , .' 1' ' I - Vg, Q l , ,V k 1' : 31 zt, tt I - ' -V .350 V t '4 , r ,, ,. f L ...vw f' 'Lie 4 l n 7 f ir" f' 1 i , I W K Q AV n . . 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WILLIAM DRESS Bom on june 9 1940 rn Mer rrll Wisconsin David lrsed rn Milwaukee and Columbus Indiana before moving, to Merrill eleven years preyrous to hrs death Hunt mg and fishing were among hrs interests and hrs ambition was to beeome a mechanic He dred as the result of a gun shot wound on 1-ebruary C 1957 at the age of sixteen Born rn Fond du Lac Wisconsin rn Fond du Lac and Waukesha before moving to Wausau rn 1955 He was interested rn all types of sports particularly football base ball hunting., and frshrng and had planned to enter the army prob ably to make rt hrs career He was killed rn an automobile accident on December 2 1956 at the age of SIXICCD IN MEQMORIAM IN MEMORIAM We dedicate here a memorial to those who once walked among us, those who once looked up into their world to wonder of the future and ponder over the past they have claimed their heritage to eternity How few are the facts of their lrves, mere words which once repre sented life and being, hopes and dreams for they were not with out these things For those who loved them, we offer up a prayer, and leave these lines rn lasting memory to our three fellow students who are gone Born on November 1 1939 rn but a few months of hrs life rn Wausau taking nearly six months out at one time to go south for hrs health Hrs interests centered about such sports as bowling curl ing basketball and baseball and hrs ambrtron was to become rofessronal photographer He was rlled rn an automobile accident on December 2 1956 at the age of seventeen 9 . . a , ' , - I Q K A 1 ' - ' y kr - i ' ' I I O O '4, '. ' ' , i ' i ' ' h ' on january' 9. 1940, William lived Wausau, Wisconsin, judd lived all 1 l V . ' D . . I ' , . . Q - . - ' , a Suulunts in Action 41.1 1. X ' ' x NT :Ng-f x my, 7 Hui vm wc Mr. Aux-ru-ll',v filllv l,U,,,.i xllnly lull rfully fligging in fm nm1r,rmu"x mmrgrznzerrls. My 81, Il.1ir, lIll'l4ll.f imlrmtor. fmilfu lltlnlllltf In four t'4ItUL7', mluzg rm . lumif x. Inufll ll nmlu.1r1l .mrl lo Ann lvmgu, l0Yl'l-CII lalllglhlgt' 5114- 114 fllx, funn from flveir imlrmfor, Min llnlluvl, Ilml Latin ix llve lmm nl .111 Rrnmunc lunglwges. ilu, ll.11u Simmer, leuflwr of um jmjwldr, m 11' KIINVH' in lwmcf- nmifrly, .NI4AUtUL'xlA lzvllcfr ways of lizmq In Rngn llwurzfa, Karen 'I'r.n11nu, Kim I.AIlItQVl,flY'1l, and Ron ll lwmjmm. fnnlnunllzl imlrnrlor Reynoldy Allfflhllllfi Mum' l,uu llulluwlf and f.n'l I-flllv u-iflw flue partx and .fluliliu ffl An: l'mlMu'oad lype- urzlu. "if" Z I undw Ll X Q v Y yr xlolzs Cl N Durmg thxs plst school year the un1or Class dxd thelr part III keeplng the school system running efflelently We played an lmportant role IH forensics, publlcatlons elubs and eontrxbuted greatly to sports Our blg soclal eyents were the umor Gnrls formal and the unnor Prom whxeh through the eombxned efforts of many students and teachers were successful and enjoyed by eyeryone Llass rlngs gaye us a feeling of nmportance md rea belongxng Ihe style was one of the best and was leeepted by eyeryone 1n the true splrnt of Sennor Ilxgh Our second year here has gone all too qulckly but we are left with many happy and pleasant memories memorles of dances games partles and plays and of just bexng together here IU school XX e ye had fun but we ye also worked And now we can face our flnal year confldent that we can assume the responsxbxlxtxes and leadershnp whxeh go with belng Senlors Lnder the guxdance of our class offlcers, Bob Kerr erry Schnllmg and Ioan Morse the graduatlng class of 1958 looks forward to IIS most challenging and great est school year yet to come CIASS OIFICIRS Sureiary Treasurer IO 4X HORSE Irce Prexzdenl JERRY SC HILLING ,- gi., . , , Eg 1938 gn Class Adzxsor MR YAY LOR President BOB AFRR mfy' - f ff, Ji' ifflfl ff'1 1494417111 , . .- JUNIQRS . xt. il Q? 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JOHNSON RO ll 3 I eske Skulefkz Smzlh I. Tbomar Tau le I, mboefer 95 rmg I Nffk A Springer Ytarzmskz Tamou RO ll Sn mln r L Lung, Ten IJ 7 rc mel I lm v Slcrklmucr I army Wm 11 r Ill l rl: U1 Sl mr Ji 7 nite I1 ROI! I I lmnzpmn R Thomas Sprmger llnel I mrretzka I 015111 Ireplou I awk Iollar Tesberg Spatz Sorenxon 4:-2 '44 J .ge MR C1-IETSON HOMFROOM A 9 ROW 3 Detzenne, Dau, Delany, Czerwmskx, Crank, Doly, Cldfk0ll'.fkI, Delmel ROW 2 Deitmermg, V Edwards, Cbrxslxaanserr, Izbersold, Dexmnger, S lzduards, Cbrxximnson, Delm, Dxetzler ROW I Drewx, fomar, IZCREVIE, Callelle, Cola, Dalber, Dodge 57 5 maine . .--f' I -I :gl M- V 'ip' ' gulf- fp? 'igi :QW we -- 'xv ...vy 1.111 f ' : ,X 1, -1 - Y ' VA' I ,fi 4 ' 1 . 5 i.L',,,Q f.. , , my '-L " l B 'IA 'N I 1 ' M ,, Q Q n 1, I If f V fww- '-' L- , '-- 1 . .,+v- A , . V .- -...f .f1-- - -- 4 1 , . . 5 ,VJ Y. Mr- 5' ' I A V t .Q lj, NNN N ' Aw .L 1... U Q-il, .QA L :V . , A 'h .A in ,M V . :- aiu P' 3' Q "R ixf x' ' C -A 9 I ' 'Y' h ' I V ,, V ' ,f'l! W 'V 5 N I - ? Jw... .-- - K V -O .. -1 ao' lf' U- 4 , "I . .- - A 1 .c -i,.A,V, , ei l .1 1 It vt, g , :K -4 Y X '-ff 1 - Q.: X X . 4 ' o 5 5 ' , A' lb .-X415 x--' as -- Q' I -- k.. 1, ya , -.. . Q 5 V .t - - 5 1 , as x'J- , , 4- X v Y N Og 'av r u 1 X -5 . 1:4 I . 2 x V A x 1 1 ' ,' . ' ' I YI' 2 X, f Y 4 ' S2 2 , I vii I I L I .. -..-1 Lu I ls 161 - I Q Y x, . A 'uv nf I A l - X I- v ., I' . Y .' . ' 1 V V V , V K W . IV , I , 5 . K ' L . .I I ., I r ' . ,ll .Al y,,.Y,. VY . V V , 4 , 1 'E -1 - ' I ,us - I r . 'ww 1, I .- W ,V ' ' Q f - 'O ' , we 'A . - - ' I KY M tl - -f - I 4 ' 1 ,. V , I. x A " 5' 1 .pp g. Q. 3 L O , 4- r IUNIORS . nam.. 1:-I .. ,, .- .. . .-f nw: -na.-nun ms'-l " mum ..f I-2 , tall' ' 'Qui vi' nl ' 'IIP 1 ' ln.: ' nl- 'S .- J ,. x .mu f 1' 'Nb . 'xv ., l-5.5-6+ Q3 HOMEROOINI 152 MR. HENDERSON ROW' 3: Gmykowxki, Froom, G. Goelsvlv, Goers, A. Gr.11'eer1, Gisselnmrzrz, lfosler, Gurbivflz, Gurnrke, Giese, Gruvfe ROW 2: A. Hanson, C. Green, Gartmarm, R. Goetsfb, R. Grimm, Fommzine, G.1el:m.u1, Huemmerle, Hartwig, NI. Goisrb ROW' I: Hdl1S?I1, N. Green, Gumz, Gruening, 1. Grimm, M. Gmreen, N. Grureen, II.1rtm.1n, Glusel, B. Goelsrb .I r 4: v. up lil ma fr- n as at 4 W- MP uae .1.- - , mare J-, ' man ' sua- l"B F .ir .nw ' .zz 1. .' W' lv Rf .pf '- .. imma V me r I -it Mmm vu Y l llll ff' '1 i MISS NELSON HOMEROOM 212 ROW 3: I. Mueller, Gorelski, R. Miller, Nelson, Micblig, R. Miller, Nuernberg, Moolz, Morgan, Myers ROW 2.' Nass, Nyland, Muxchinske, Narlocle, C. Muencbow, K. Muencbow, M. Mueller, Neuendank, B. Mueller, Nowitzke ROW 1: Muemter, Nordin, K. Miller, Veverden, Nitzxcbe, Morse, Neess 58 . ff s Q0 M R011 3 Wilson Yzmxfk D U orden Wrzgbl Cooke Yankouski lxaz ke Zzebell lemke U-awww-sn ROI! 2 Sire: R lxmmermun L Yzmmermun Radlke Cbrlslensen P U order: U oozluurd ll oelfle Yillman ROU I Brzezenskx Gebrmg flnlla Corda Wmetzke Zuslrou Yessc Saba er .1 1 A L UHUHUQ S I C 7 ... -1- Z fx v A v Z 'X I 7 : C17 ffl U C U7 75 5 41 4, 'm MISS HULBERT HOMEROOM 201 ROW' 3: Lewitzke, Krolikowski, Kromrei, E. Kufabl, Lang, Springer, W. Lofbrzer, Leitzke, R. Krueger, Lenard, Kuirhera ROW' 2: Clarini, A. Krueger, B. Langboff, I. Locbner, 1. Krueger, A. Kufahl, Lake, Laska, Leith LaFaz'e, Lane ROW' 1: A. Langboff, Betlin, Karmanz, G. Kufabl, Linder, Laffin, Lerrb . JUNIORS ' I Q1 v 4, I ' l ,, I A V I A 1 , .- ng 1 " - fly ,K 1- ,I I N 'L .3 I .. ea' - - " - ,Q - ' I .. - .. . 'LfgII,E . v A. Q I X 'W h e vf ' , ' " . I - , I I .i' l'IL:Q3 Ik 1 - ,, , i'-:Q 9 . - , - x ': 4 v 2 , ' filing 'I ' . 5 .I I IJ-.I 3' ag' . H ' X. " -. A I , , v 5 al :-A 3 gf ,fl II: 1 ' . -.4 if 4' ,gg . u -- : - , '23 'I' I i - 5 . , I I I I . I F 4 ' ' .A A . - nr , , . - I ' I 1- ji ,. ' ' 35 . ., 1 I I,. F . . ,, . , I . . I' . , ' I ' I ' I I I f A 1 4 1 H -' -L lv - Z r J' - v 1 I v ' V 1 H V 1 7 1 -l ' -' , , I ' , , ' , '. ' u ' f' ff " if x W ,, Q mmf f. sh-A f I no f ' af f Y 1 ' 1 1 I I I . l ' K : 1 ' ' .1 vu I I 5 Y Q l . , f f , , 1 Il ,.'t'1,'v.1f ,. 1-'-ff I-'Q 1-1 lf feffff 1 -f 11 ff' f L1- xf "L , fl' , '7:'f 1 1 -,' A f' ,TA -T 1 ' 11 KT' !f.,' T ,f , , ff JLNIQRS. f 1 J 4, , , V 1 f v, - ' 2 -nff,,c'1,4' x.'1Lc,6Zw.4.Z1A1x, , 111, ,111 'fcflk A ff 4 'fff' 'Uff-f - nu:nl'u JuQ-.ZVQ lb ., 1 gg .ML 3. rnf.-Q.-:uuamgqng 'ul Nl' gy, - 1-: :L In un-K ,. F' I 5' -0: -r .RK l E ,9 8 Q ' - "MA 'exif F ' arm ,- vial' if' U 'Jfi QV-rv elm x . W :wwe v'-1-4 -, 'Mu ' Q -1 - nu WWJ' rf ,L 'fm us 1- QV ,,, 4 90- JL - u -an + - I Y , ,ai " :ual , I f lui - - ' , . IG If, J f at O, .5 ny, 4. - . - I Q .4 M fy if sr xg? K Sa x . X . X I . , fr, ,L ,,.. u W 4 ' x 5 , 1 .. , - lf , W. v . l i td! I I , f A ,ph ' A 3 3' Maw' ,f . "gl, L x 5 3 -- ,g 4 if I hr-f - HOMEROOM 206 MISS HALSOR ROW' 3: Diunning, AifG7'dll', Afurqlmnll, lxfdjflil, Afmllllllkf. fHurqu.1r'1lt, Alll1ll7,Y, Afm lfll'1'I1, fH.1r4'i, 1xllI5nlL'IVVflII ROD" Z: lwelunson, Afwxirlg, .M.n'q1mnl1, S. l.m'rlliz', Blwlrlvrl, u't'JL'Illl'k, P, Jl.11lv11'lri, I". Aldflflhlllll, C.. Allzllvzrizi, Mdlnk, Hlurlwke' RON" 1: Merikulski, Aiulbie, Jivisler, Jfeurett, Alugrerke, Ald?IflliS, j. Luedlke. Jhmsmx. Aldillfkf, A. ALlY'lfIldV'lll ' iniiitfx 1 1 ,,., png! . -ffunfw 'IC 'J' 'L -r' as m f . IN 'A ' " at in rf. a www!! ' 1" 8-nmnvunfaaxi -'sf mfa 1 . 5 'f ' ,, srmacenw,-qf--:Sf , fl: .4 ' 2, alum '- wr 355 amd an 'gg' Hifi- Q . ,,,. ni. - Jn .!,,,,, ir.: V .Aman IC., Q ' :mul 1 ff' -5. 5 EZ IMI Ii ,u-N -u si ' -44 1 K 1 tfgt' 1 VG' MR. REINEMANN HOMEROOM A-4 ROW 3: G. Anderxon, Adank, Burden, Gfess, R, Anklam, Barllell, Bulz, Pmst, Bakr ROW 2: Arrbie, N. Anklam, Andcrxon, Allard, Lallimer, Albrerhf, Axrlvhrenner, B, Allmun ROW I: Bakers, B. Anderson, I. Anderson, Adamski, I. Allman, Allen, B.1lJleda WWC HSS' 11:1 HA-'Sidi 3 . IUNIORS X F P 'U ., ik HONHROOM 215 MRS SCHYI RNTAN ROI! 3 Ovlrmdlr Prelfl Yalun el Petterson Harder Pleclger Pulia Poplml Ovcu :ld Puul Pocsie ROD Paul Pum Mal ulm OH B Olson Pigeon Pulenb Pospulmllu O'Ne1l Pclrszm RUN I Pmko Polley Pzepcr Upper Pergolsiz lx Olxon Pe! old Pursrb Lurson 62 'VIR WOOIJS HONIFROOM 160 ROW 3 kan! lxorlkd lxerr Ixlemp lxunlar usror C ones 101k lurk T ones ROD 2 Ixu er lxuplun lxaniel zlz Ixnenke knenke Ixopplm lxrexm uneuu Ivake Ikouuh KOIV I Ixnnpf klflflilllmllll Ixnupp Poffurlmlla Kessen Ixnq kroemng lxolmborsl klemmann Krieger JVNIORS . -I llQl'1B'lp Q10 r4.u..luu-ru-.x -1: .lllbdiug D u' ua itll? CQFIIW -aw.-in ' Qi 1Qff!?'lQv 'NTL ,P ' 'E i, K in,-vb Q f-Nl!! ti -'l..:Q..s Q- wi """ ,n""fq 32+ ww gg.. 4 0 HW L, ana-Lamson N an 1' . qv W-, 'li nf IS ' ,r ' , 1- ' E 'lbs T Qi' 'gn H- I 5 A l HCHN1IfROfHW 502 MR. DZVB.-XX RON" ig R, Silmzlzlzimg Splwll, Sfbwgtlwg, Svipp, Sippl, Srlwlag, Stlwhmk, Sriwmolze, Seuxerx, Svelmfer ROD" Z: Holme. Sensi, Sffvilling, N. Srlmlitt, Srfvrnivler, Seiiiiw, Sclvuhring. Sfbroeder, K. Sl'I7flIllfZl0?', A. Srlmlt: RON" If S. Slvmie, G. Srlvultz, B. Sflmilz, Uuinsborougfv, K. Sifwudt, Seymaur, G. Srfvmilt, R. Slvmke gr' H S 0 un- ' tj 'Lx Y' ' M- Q- ' ' ""f:' ' l tr .1 is , 1 46. ' ' ' 5? , - ' , F5 A "' 7.27:-.4 ' , W 1 , J 5155555 31 ' 1, ,, " "f1"f1'fEzz'W11 'E21 t ' :EW zz" .H . 1. Ex, 13 3M 5 71 -1 I W: Qfnfgilr E?. 1-gems!! . fiigmiliiiii.. . 15? "35EiS!! :lf f ,5g2g22il5g5f1ssssis1f'f '5g:E::115,'5S5Sjg i , igsgiiggsesissasfggg, 1' , - 4 ' V-Q", ,V ,ul ,' V- t,gm.A f' "1U.',?'4 141' ' .. MISS ANDERSON HOMEROOM SSS: ROW 3: D. Viergutz, Wallar, Hubert, Vemke, Weinkauf, ROW 2: Weiland, Warnifk, Whiting, Weik, Watt, Waedz, ROW I: White, B. Viergutz, Weyneth, Varhowiak, Wilde, Wadzinxki, Utech Vorwalske, Voigt, Warhholz, Wiederhoeft Uterht, Walkowski 62 punnnouv F311-UVB' " -un 111 lk-.ilu 146' IUNIORS -I-g li H? if ar-6.-R33 94-br' lk El! -z iltksu Fil-l K 'Ll if 'Q sf Y' HOMPROOM 159 MR XFLICH ROV 5 Herman H Human Heznu Hildebrandt I Hoffmann Gul Hrobsky jaecks Hoerter Hunnemun B Hoffman Hoff ROU 7 Grosxkopf R Hanson M Hoff T Hagenbnrber Horn fldgfllbufllff Hoppe Hlmu Ixabre Holi KOH I Iludenmn lemon johnson Ix Hoffmun Hmlz jordan Holdrzdge Ixamxn Hml 4 H01 em oszger 'Ill -I f MR LUTYRELL HOMEROOM 108 ROW 3 Caxe, Bzerbmuer, Boehmer, Beal, Brzezmskx, Cass, Brorbmeyer, Becker, Lxbman, Braun, Borurh ROW Z Cannady, Belts, Baexeman, Cherek, Craemer, Brandenberg, Broerker, Slreub, Bergelxn, Bxrt ROW I Brendemeuehl, Bohlman, Ramlhum, Carpenter, Bee e, Carxwell, Campbell, Bexlke, Breumg 63 ..'N4' Q YM 'M-I ny' - H l f -1 --1 ' :' . D , , nu-1--nn V . .:, F'-pn, ' , L .- 4 A l .I Q- -N' O .V pg I- . Y fi ' mmf' "-"V " 5 X , 1 I 5 ' 6 S- Y-gl' 'io' x f Q ,:"' i ' ' .. , W v f We '. C 'ff J ' uf - N , r , W A - - . .. V ,, -- . ,V " ' 1 g x 44, IX Na t 1 B R I Q V x 1 s 51 I 1 r Q-1 ., Q- 'X X S ,- A ,., . m -I V -9' A In '15 1 - jig, U A fl: : Q n 'Av' tL , V 1 -E. Q 1 : 1 1' ' t' N, ' '- b - Q V K W, .5 . 47 ' 0 I Nl x , , V Q , , Y e ' 1 ---g 1- 5 . ' K We f' 1 t. - 5 is A , B - , .. . F 5 . bl E, Q 4 . 1 'X , WV , i ' . ' fb, 1 'i 'Y' W A 4 B f+ A I ,V 1 t f,. i ,- 9 -I . . . , . , - . . I- ' . . , ' . 2 ' I ' . ' . , '. , ' , . ' . . 21, 1 , I .. ,- ,. - 0, , 1 l ,, O I 5 H- fy-'Y' Q we: 1 ,ja ' J.,-in SN - -fy ' 's ' ,. 1' ' Q - ' - lj ' 1 ', P ' ' ' x , V Q 'S - I X I S , A v x . - W ' go K ' - ' , X . tb - , - 5 ,4 1 , A ' r . 1- - g J., 4' ', i- . ' " ' hu: ei 1 'X O f ' . ' . 1 f , 'J s 'X M I Q I A 4 A I 1 - V' 1. If s O , 1 , ' I . SOPHOMORFS . CLASS UF 1959 Class Adtrsor MR U OODS ISN C any "7 RONAY MIIIAIIN 1051 lxIIB'lflf IYNN Ulf l Prunlull lim PVeCI4ft!1f S tnfnx Our frrst year IS ower and what a fasclnatlng year nt has been' All of us can sttll remember the frrst days we walked through the halls our eyes popping and our mouths gaplng lookmg at all the strange thlngs around us Now that all the excitement IS oyer, we fmally feel that we are a mam part of our school something we drdn t think would bc posslble when we entered last fall It seemed to us, as well as many others, that we were just the green lnttle sophomores sxttnng on the shelf Members of our class were recognrzed ln the many exents and func tlons rn whxch our school took part throughout the year such as sports debate music festnals and many others Under the leadership of our class offlcers Lynn Ron and Tom and the class adviser Mr XY oods thcse events and functlons were a great success for our class As the school year comes to an end we of the Sophomore Class haxe many unforgettable memorles of this fxrst wonderful year and we look forward to more adventures and excltement durlng our forthcomrng years ln Senior Hrgh lfiaililxrsiusscltl DI-sriiflli illlilflf II-lin guna i blihai- Q 1 1 3 1 nnl..,.,.u1 I SOPHOMORFS 'H' ii 1431 had 891 'll si IDB EPB -noni in I s 8 T' zu pf f iff. fat Q'-5 v--1 'ig 1 HONHRUONI 718 S1188 IANKIX RUN nklnzn I 1 S IVIIIJRI lung Stark mr, St nga I1 Slnbbe Ilrompson Tedesrlu I SI k 'Si Ifub Slurgeon lfylor Sylou D Srnhfu Suu Iesie 51011 Int Ioponen Il! -.8 R 1 I Smlvmcr I llur Stcmxl Sxllursl 81.111 cr Slnplnl Izpjur Irztfcn G Icnlw SQVHIL IU Taylor vm-mine .grandma meant... as N, an we me lqbmiifl U Ui I IIB in Y' Q - nllli? HU'-., I .3611 ll :lil 1 1 :D Ili! 11 Q 'D "I sas! lan :nu ll T '- la!! j 'C'-1 Q I ,, MPV Y P-lr"1 'QVA HOINHFROUNI 251 HRS Sl RIVER RON 3 lun Sxor Uullure Iozgt Lmnus Llerbi Guerlvlen R Treu Tobalskz R011 Z lm! ll e1I.1nd loell ke Ierboun laller Vmcellr llxetxlra L ll unkuu ROU I C Treu 5 U znlbuuf Van Slate log! ll xmmer ll cxtberg llvibo HONIIROOM 101 NIR INIAXXVI LL RON 5 Ilulm, Ihnun, Ilurtyex, Ge1ger IIun'rnIJ, Gress, Gwrdl, D Grade, Heller, Ha enbreudle ROD 2 Ilelke, Hanna mun, ROW' I Glusel, Hess, Grosbek, Gaede, Graebel, Gxese, Graz een, Gexke, Grob, Grebe, Gresens A -sf: and ' lhlqiifzlzii- 'I l , -sr. 'A I . f .. 3',,rr" P f . I 41 . I . , J . f In H X A l we 4, , '. - nw. F- - in - 1-' an 1. 'Xf iff- Q It g , I 1. A- s If 5 U ' 'r 'N' Ja as xi . -1 I 1 O .,. ' . Q: .fe in - C-'-H fu, Q f:'r ' el- -- . li "I , 4 - . 75-V.. I Qi' 5 f ' I I- L I 'fi I I . " N 31 I Y' -. ,5.Y,' I ' , y .627 - . . , .- I g..-.,. ' .- I . 4 , H. "r--' , x - : ,iv-xi. I I V I . 1+ A I,r X eg -K' V ' Vi ' Eg m7 I ' - . ." ' L ' ' . A .': , .1. , - i v I- 1' . I 1 - z. 1 11 T ' I , 5: ML, 1 :'. ,. M, 1.1.3, K., I, X' RJ .Mlm R' 5. ' I . ROI" 2: e,1 4' ' ', ':c'v," . ' :,"":, M 9 " f if M " Q, ,' 'lr .- I f YM In W7 '31, 'N ', I L I gf I I I - 1- I' :K ' 'n'smf1:u,l .f ., ., I ,QU , lg , ,xg I-.1 kramj Q' !-nk v 5 J I' L: K I- , 'el , ,N 'Ev 1 ,V ,-Q . - ' ' 1'-' . 1 "" Q u. ' I ' 1 .- . in . I .J f - ' 2 L I , , ,, 6. xx' Sm ad 'f' .' I X,,C :N It gf I 1,5 X V f 2.ff,a.,sV I J I ' 'N I ' 14- I g F' I ' N' l J ,Q - gi I wfiffiw I Y1 - '1.l.-AFL I I rf- x 'ag .E I ' ' X I I III . ' ' . fr ef- 1-A VP, P'-" f I l . . 1 . K" "xg vqr"'x1 .,3. Y ,Y YI. , -, ,x AQ U ,4 " . h A V , ' 5 f ' s Y. H 'I f - 4 1 X I . ,' .,, 'x . - . y, .Ni T X - . . . . . - , H - 1 R . J fm- w .Ur ' " ' ,I I I J I 1. ' ' E 'I I I Q' 7 u if!! ca. l x 'A Y . -, .K v ,.' . ' .g Y, A A , 3-:rl I Q1 - K-A. I V X A WVM7, u . Q , ' Eg 1. "fi gi . '- iff Y If A E 'I . , I 1 ' ' ' V ' I A l 5 I-I I YZ I L' ' A I . v Y Y ' ' V, I' ,. ' 'V . ' ,Y Z I I VI V If Y . .' , . Y ' ,,,. I Elma? 'gals :K Iggy B Grade, Gleason Gxbxon, Hentlv Gcnsmun Grell, Harkbarl. Golla, Gallubske 65 SOPHOMORES . ,S I -N? ': C V: vnu. ', Q ' oil- n-and -has -Hb flillw 41" ffsg,-xg .- 'Ia we - : 2 la 'aww fm. , I 4 -I ,stil L , '1-X M SY M mu gd' ll NJ 's we 1 R .w k Q I wbg.' ' . -. I Wie' lf .,r.r ' I1 'I .',vy 'TJ11 was .- I' ' ' L1 ' ' ' 5' 1 - 1 , , .X I gg? I. QQ -1 1 N -- ,. X 115 Y lg 4 I 'Ili ma- I I 1 I -I V HOMISROOM IIN: MR. SHAXVI. ROW' 3: Inzrzgfzlfll. Lorenzcn. Murkx IS Luxor: I Larvon Llllilllli Luz Ixu alnl Marluvcn Mafnllonglv Lac ROII" I: .xI.1fIfIl.1V'LII. LeBI.n1a. LeS.1L1 I Ixroaplzn Ixumuou lxrmgcr S Ixroeplm lung orfl Lobng lxumlo RO II" 1: M.m'i1, Krm-rzzefr, I.cilernmnn Ixrzrlnfulvrz Lomplmr I mllnull Inn 1 Lenn! :cv W-U 2 l . Q f'-mf HOMEROOM asm: Miss XVITT ROW' 3: f..n'lson, Ihablkc, Coleman Dux: Dun! Cbrululurl flczclnnl Ilellmzrmkg ROW' 2: Bl1fZldff, Cdlldlldll, Denfeldl Buzza Damon Dderl lonnor Dzxbrou ROW' 1: Clmignol, Cbrislensen, Bnllke Delfnel Ummm falcon! HOMFROOINI 115: INIR. REYNOLDS ROW' 3: I. Nelson, Ossig, Pagel, Nolzlzke W' Olson Nielson Palmer Ollman Olson Opxfbku Nzmz ROW' 2: Ollhoff, C. Alorlenson, Nouak A Mueller Oeslrezrb I' Nemmske Osrmnder Ombol! Opal I Nelxon ROW' I: B, Morlemon, Nan, Moore Nouzlzke OLeary P Morfenfon l Mlleller D Olson R Nemmske D Olxon ,Q 5' SOPHONIORFS . wmv Ex! -1 180119 if-'PFS' 8 ll 12 , 5 mu IBW :www 1 ww. li' 'me Q'f1'9ilY'9fl ulw N mf! A 'VUL .wsu ft tr A Xl- Ill nv- ---:J in li 'L i' ,fs sz' 'f Yarn- 47'-f,fI:S'4 8385:-Avi Aidiiwf lg Qlmiii vndilfisvef. X uqlyff-df uh: ww Eb! ahaha! D619 P623 an uv! WN l1Q W 14056 an 'F P xg 'K 3 X' -wee QM! awk-iff an Aw 6? Q G-N HOMIROON lllf M159 BFCKIR ROU 5 lxelllmfk Ixeerz IKIEIRIIOC' er G lxxtfel lxerscmefer lxlnenzlev lxzpke A lxztfel Krueger ROU 7 Ixrulwuskz Ixelm Kasper Ixoslroslzz Ixole S Knless Ixolluil lung Ixroeplm ROW I Ixlug Ivzorr S lxell lxolmhorsl kappa S hull I Ixmess HOMIROOIW A1 MR lxffl PR ROI! 3 Lunglvo Srlml Page Pjdll Rusmln Bush Uulker ROI! 2 lxnohlark Lme Morgan Ixlug Rrmdell Garske Ixurtly ROIV I Srlmllz Oppznlauf en U zldf D41 oer Srbroeder P Zimmer HONHROOIW 217 MISS C1FNT7EL ROW 3 Sberfmskz, Seefeldl , R Smzth, R Seelaafer, I Smzfla, gClJll'1Jfl'f,ShEld0fI, W' Schulz Skalerk1,S1bbald, Sokxe ROW 2 Ix Sfhultz, Srbuelte, T Srlaubrmg, L Sflrfubrxnq, B Yflmllz, Stanrfyk, P Sahubrmg, H Srlaultz, Sbelbrafk, Srbrae der, D Schulz ROW I D Sxllars, S Sfbulz, M Sfbulz, S Szllars, Springer, Sodlee, Slarzmskx, Seehafer, lx Srhubrmg, M Sfhubrxng ra . . . 1 4 , VV ., . wats- ,. ,- -. - M VV Vi V . lf, 'ff sw 'Q Ei 1- '., VV! -V Q int ,- if - . f in f N 2 AV T-Wf F- V V-. ..., .Q ' ' U 1 ",V:1,g'M "-5 LV 4 ,W "3" 'ff 'BUF R Q f' 8 ' , mr . .- , TV V 4- bw. V - ,V 'V . ,r . ., K-'LFP 1- Z7 gf , - - U .af : . . M- Q lf R . -Q at 4- 4" V.-A A x 4 : A V .V gg: I Q -ax D 'nA 'L , CLQVVVV Vx Q, Q 3 vi 55.1 " ' All 4, 2 . I X ' - 1 Y L . X 3- ,. ' 5 -A ' X ' .1 ' Y t V ,. V B' V X , ' P , W ' X . Y fn' , Q V Q x 'lik .V I X l I V . y V I V T l l AV - , m.i1ghr4?,,,:,2 x Xl 4 V . X H 5 , Y J Jr Jrhl. ' ' A ' ' A--T 'wvl . af . , 1 ,L 5 , V' ' ' i V .L 1 ,R .43 V QV? aasgfiz, v L. VV ' 1 L -3 M 'N V JR lf. 1- . f' g R' -ll " '1 n, . , Q, A, Q 'mr ' , ' .gy , .Y .1 ' . Q s PK ' R V w',' fd may 'Q f -5413. --15 V x -sf!! W ' y 'n V V 1 l . - " 3 fy? f , ,iF 1 ' V by A ,V V lain, ,,. VV. Y 5 I 'V ? al X ,V ., V! ? 1 , 1 x - wg, - V .V Q ' I V 1 X . , V V . , . V , I A . 3 Z1 ' : v W Av - .. 3 O x ' ' x "f Q I .if 1 l .. Q xv - R O r f vi . , ' f l, MV , V .V , V , V , .V , V V . V . 'VV ,, VVV . . , VV , VV . V , V . V V . V V ,V V V , . " .' 1 ff, . Z, K , ' , 2, , V' Q 0 . G w as P ' 1 'C' 'r 7 7' 1 -1 - - ' - Jf V f X4 X- "" '-'Q , 3 xl . 1 . . 'S N . , v 'A A , . I - V . ' V, - -1 'K ,,",. " .0 1.2 T, " ' ' ' ,.i f'1ff"i - , V Q Vs 4. V 5 it 7 ,. 5 , 5 1' . V gr, - , -N A- faq, V.: w ' A V O 3 x a SOPHOMORES . . . 1 I L I- nv.: mi! If aa' TA? Yi 12- NIR. il gg.: , 4, .6 ,- I1 vs xi: hu? 1. 'O' 5 ' N vN,g1Q,T"!L r N el fl , Y D HOMPROOM 105: NIR. BISLLAS ROI!" Y' D, jolmxorz, blanks, Ileltinga, ll". Iloeft, Ilifmer, Karznenlzerg, Karm, Ilinlz. Herrmann, josvplv ROI!" 2: james, jarkson, Kardark, Ilorak, Herr, M. Hocfl, Iahlorzskv, Hoplaml, Hallz, S, fllllllillil. lzlffii ROW' 1: Hilber, jarobson, Horslad, K. folmwn. I. jolwyon, janisflv, Hoppe, lloeppner. javger, Iliiflcbrarzzlt T-'jqw xi., .yn 'nk' V X' ' . ' I G15 P -54 '- jfgftgifk 'F . XL 7--rf .. -- u x aux Q3 ww '5 in HOMEROOM 5052 MR. H. JOHNSON ROW 3: T. Benrz, Allar, Bacbhuber, A. Baumann, Albert, Alford. 1. Baumarm, Barwiri, 1. Afblerberg ROW' 2: C. Arbterberg, Bartelt, Asrbebrook, Bessey, S, Baumann, R. Amex, Allen, S. Berk, Bvltirl, Baumganl! ROW l: Abraham, Betlake, Adams, D. Berk, S. Benlz, Auguxline, S. Ames, Beese, Adamsii, S. Bvnrz HOIVIFROOM 511: DTR. OLSON ROUV 3: Besle, Buxko, Benz, Bfarek, I. Borfhardt, Berna, Broekcr, Bramer, Bobl, Brcrulcmuefil ROW 2: Blark, Buxcbe, Blaskowski, Buck, Bliexe, Bonkowski, Birklcr, Brown, Bramm, Burgoyrze ROW 1: Blair, I. Breunig, B, Breunig, Brandenburg, Bickford, M. Bramlerzburg, P. Borrhardt, Booth, Beyer . . . SOPIIOMORES wmv H-il an xo wi 5 QL -1.4-.fi 1 I J we S 8 IIUNHPROONI 155 NHSS f Ibx OI D ROI! 5 Plunhfr Pafsou Rolo R Raxmuucn Rybarr gk Raddat Rnbetro Porail R Plautz Roxemurgy Pearson RU 7 Prez B 0110 Passou lx Otio Ramulle Rene Rezsrbel Pesonen Rarlanf Page! Radio ROII I Pzrmr Raduuz 41 lx Plaul I Rasmussen Prelm Pepper Paul Oxfrmg Rerrb Pxehl Plurlv HONHROONI S57 'NIR JOHNSON ROI! 3 lux! Gas! Imt Dreux Edman L13 Lrmelmg Foresler Lmsl Ialnl ROII Z Inf Iznlam Gelrke Log: an Gaim Gfll Garbuflv Iamlrz Ldlzr Imke ROII I Dmlek Inlmarm Gaare D ub y Iranke Guger Geske L a lrxrkvon Ir! ke 7 1 ZX" Hi Q I5'7'+ -C5 .--a S- N HONIFROUM 205: MISS HANSON R II' 3: Srbac er, .Sclflueier Srblag Sr1Ji11ing Scbael Sal'er Srbubring Sanford Salrexen M. Sam: Sthmurler ROI!" 2: K. SfJa1'e Srbaepe Roxe Sagxletlcr Sfbmolze L. Rubou Srbrocder Roxenkranr, St. Clair I. Srblueter Srhoenborn ROII' I: Roilwrxhergar P. Sann Ringwelski D. Srbmierlen Riebe Ruetber D. Srbmieden Rothman K. Rubou Scboesxou 69 SOPHOMORES . . . 31 new L- 4' . 3:11 me CD0 18:51 :avid .- 1 + . ard -wx 1 1 1 md: .Q V 14 M N., 1-awwfnnixgw .amz .532-Age . '-N".' 'si 7 'V' 'um' H.. -, nun 'ami I , J g . 1 x ff' lui :FV 'iii . ULD 'U ' 213 1 AATH Q Q.. H ! Y 1- 4 4: 'ww . W' f: ' 1"T' ' A I ' U . -NR ' ' U QI- fl - L X -K l 2. ', 2 E' -A ' Xml 1 x KU : wh , 1 f , " . A 2' 1--1: 3: ,N ' f - Q I 1 ' L 'b . 7 -E 1 L. -,ty N, Y V - 4 I .I L... '. - '11, L-,-, -. v..- ,, " 'if ' . I X I I . I b - gs K A L , H. 9' 5 ui X . r-:uw ,N X MQ y , V n 'x KW it as W-Y XA Y f i L kk X V -' 1 L L , X r--i Jiffy!! . P 4 'Q ws' .ft , IX. 1 Z X 5 "L I , X I. , 1 :..a .gf 1 V ft. ' ex ' I - Y :. .. .-1 I '91 x . .4 , ii 1 . Lk .. ,K -.., i.4 4, 'TIL L6 ,vagal .. . Q , , .5 vw H -- 1 1. wg ,il H L .:. ' ng-as -mx serv ,M ,M 'N' af 41' ' - ' 1 -753 WU "' ,ws . X. W 1 1' - ,X b t vm! g .MJ " 1 ' U W 1 Q , , Q JJ!!-ar ,Q lg F V 'Lv' E .ggg ,I 5 N H t r ov ,- " I 1 ' f ' - . V K w .J , haf 4 f I , 1 X ,' , 0 ! sf . I 4. 3 f v ...M .2 X.. pw W 'fr -:"" " k' '4 , 3 3 113' I " HOMEROOM A-5: MR. CVRTIS ROV" 4: M. llqordwz, llwilyorl. llnlailing, Uweiler, Wlamflkc, R. W'0elJ1c'r'l, Zulmum, u',l0l5t'l7, Ilvilliumx, R. W'l2ile, I. Waller ROD" 3: lluznlsflv, llueuxer, j. Zuslroug Uuuzdorf, 1. Zillmun, Zoromxki, L. Uvoller, Zell, D. Zcmke, 1. Uvoelaleri ROW' 2: U"ie.w11.n1, Uuollw, llualfe, uqiflllif, L. Uvlvile, Yuni, S. Siwllo, Yum ROW' XM, . s ' ' 1 , , I: Vuolfe, Young, Digmun, 1, Zuslrauu, Zimifle, D. llvriglfl, llwirl HOMEROOBI 115: MISS SXXQ-HN ROW' 3: Nuys, Mayan, Mohr, L. Nuys, Mfilulm, IJ. .NUJSL A10l'f!7iIH, A. Meilulw, Muellgr, ll". Morlenson, Mucha ROW Z: Aforlenson, Meidl, L. Aifnzerke, Murqlmrdl, Lutbvr, Miracle, Mucrk, Luelyflmuger, Morrow, Meyers ROU' I: Mmzca-ka, Marlwz, Aieycrx, .Miwzlicq ALICU!I1hL'?', Lillftf, Mrf..n'!w1, ALUIIILV'-Iiki, M.1ycr, Mumzirrg, Morgensen -bf, . ,g1..?' 5 .4-.w . Q ' ' W f.Pj,jv,,- g g g.q.L, 91, , K, r,.., f- ,, ,, 1 , , W: li' If :El-fi " J - '-'Y fn- ' X46-Tshrzii ...inf 1 'B ' W' -.gym-11,9114 ., W , , is , -, - h ' .ff . gf f ""' l,'-9. . it b f Qcg- 1 n in ? ,f 1. 3 1 Z .34 3 L,- JUNIOR, SOPHONIORE ABSFNTEES: ROW 3: Koxtku, Krueger, Warlflaolz, Mayer, Zunker, Stboepke, Dzlranrcall. ROW 2: LePinc, WertlJ, Mauser, Fffk, Sukie, Wfolf, Zaslrouy Hinz ROW I: Conklin, Busalacri, Koziel, Zumunn, Semerau, Stemberg, Olxlmnski. 2 ff Q 70 ,,,,--1 TS -..Qu ,- lin TIS 21 Merry Lxfe We Lead at Semor H1gh Cldlfflldll Ruth Ixuvm and tle Prom Duomtmus fommzrlfe .zu lookmg for nz nzterprzru U0 mu Luau 0 one lurr .md Inu! up to Ilvexr usual lruks LQPIPIYLI u:ln1m1x1ers tlve shark hz zlment lu B111 Rnlmrdv :indent IOIHZFII pun :full 715 mlm be on ilu florm on the mm fun puking lol luv! mmuiz pvepamizom for ilu Iumor Gnls formal O11 nn 1.111 101 v rounds llwougb rlf mdzlorunn befou .nz assembly 71 .. f , 1- I , re? 1 . W 4 ,Q ' -6- , +,, -.D , ,f Q A' Q, , , nf, , 1 ' .- G ' . I A - , . ,, . QL X A r, N v 'kb I A W . ,,' - 1 1 - I . .. in , W ' f its u 'A' ! Q YAZ'5iQl- 5. i - V4 125: 1 1 , . . 1. .,v' , " ,' J . A . A I . V - ' 4 ' , , 'tr X -I - - H . w , 'f .Q '-:IA A . 2. ' ' I I '- . ' , ' .ff 4 ' , . Z rig: 4, ,, ' ,f -, A . - si g g . , , . in M . V up A. Y v, , ' Yr. " , . ,' A I 1 .een . I v' . ' ' " . 7' , A J 15 ' 1 1 ,, D' - -XJ X' XJ- ,, a-,., V- x.,., .QX s. 4.4 a 1' X. N xx. V N., L J tbvq, N'.Y ka 1 F -.-.-'- .Jn f, J X N s-A .... X J 'S 1 V if ' ' ' 'N Q .tix-X .A,L-, QAAL -1-5 ' R V , , V ,v, .7 g, -sw -2 4 N' ' ws .6 J X -" W. N4""5W11" ' ' .sl-Al 'ww 3 ux v .fA xr fx- "" x xx. 4- ,, Qt. . QN. Q.: , fr 'AJ QL, if J .kb x w , hiv Li, ,'. J 4. -- , . Tx. 5 , .. Ax' J LKH1' ',ly y+.,y"'x,', v.-.fbkx-WSx,.x, VT Dxxof social. . . 5' '-1' .4-1-W ,,.,j'-- 4.0 5? -ff" :"J. Em N 1 'Gy wr 'Y ,-Mil' W ILISILI D15 Quan md Her Court I 1 I kuz 1 fflittll 1111 S1ll1r hub, buyer karen Han 071 Hllblfl 1x11 I1 fl 42111 911119 Ie 'V mr. - r ' "'7 fi v , '9 5 , --1 ug, , -' - V' ff ,Y ' " 7 . -1 - 4? 1 W. , , 1 - , -11 .A -6- , i , RQ1' N. I t ' v I .,4-fn ' 1 ' I- , ., 3 1 ' 1 I g ., ,- :L , ,. ,4 1 - H, J - .1 191' ,..- 4' - ' 1 ,X 'n A 1 . .- xy r, Y ,fl 'I I V A 1 I L . K L C Q 'inf 1' UL' "A .' S '1 .M 1 X, 'f ' Y" . V S .IAKK '1J.f, .'J1. r qv-1. 'xx Q s E 'Z 3 you XX ausxu Day one of the gala social eyents of thc school year 19 another pleasant memory to re clll lhe ictnmes of two busy days were hrfjh lxghttd by the crowmng of our queen Dxclt Dutrl sxc master of ceremomes, dxrected the stage show IH the XX H5 tudxtorlum on that colorful mght of October 4 Ihxs clxmnx was preceded by the well deyeloped talent of our faculty proyxdxng tlmc for the suspense to buxld Thc fue cmdldates then and a l1flllllI1fiPOIl1gl'lI fuelled our XX tusau Day uten tn bnllars She wls crowned lppro pruttly enough by 'Xllss XXISLOHSID and gnen 1 roy ll cape of red yelyet by the head XX ISLUUSID theerlculer Ihe members of her court were Ann Sthnclle Blrbarl lxahn lxaren Hanson and lxlthleen Beyer The fxnale was m the form of dmcmg to the muslc of Cllff Hoene l'I'1lllX w 15 M id Hatters Day reyelllng the cre :tue talents of students and teachers The festlyl tits wtre clxmned when our Lumberyacks smoth cred thc Steyens Pomt Panthers 2613 1. f. , xx X y X I X' lx , I v 1 f 1 , ka , .W , , - I, . . . . 1 I K ,. , - 1 . 2' ' 3 ' ' " ' Y - L fy 1 5 - I ' - 1 N- v Q . . I . 2 1 Q V, y. . . I mounted the stave - a moment of darkness - L . ' 'Z ' ,V 1 "2 -. L I Y Q Y A .,.k Q K. I .y ' l 'A . " 1 ' ' 10 1 ' ' ", 'z' - rt!-if kvsmebai BOY WINNERS: Albert, Afoy, Dutrisar, Srlmlzring, Zamzow. FACULTY WINNERS: Mr. Dzubuy, Alisx junizi, GIRL WINNERS: Poxpyrballa, EfkP7lE, IVeku'ert, Rolbman, Kalm. 1-.1991 4-QIQ juli -s.:','v'm-3' "" .... ...,, Q as ""' V-as fm LA.. 4-rf wsu K XNDX COMMIFVII-It uv! .. CANDY DANCE R wx 7 mel Slecklzng, wales Don Sozlke umltnl tbturnz U1 Aslrnl ll ekucrl ronttsis R vs 1 Dale Helbzck zlzslrzbulzwz Brlly Um 111112114 Ita 1957 SALFS Total sales 6600 one pound boxes Top Julesmen judztb Hansen Exleen Bluhm The 57 candy sale whlch ended Aprll 11 was a chewmg success The student body revealmg 1ts boundless enthuslasm and supersalesmanshlp, ac cumulated 6600 orders for that delncrous sweet stuff Senror Hrgh students sold 5576 pounds yyhrle the kmdergarten youngsters sold 1024 pounds to satxsfy many a local Sweet tooth The sale was almed at ra1s1ng funds for scholarshlps ll ullate Guzdl Bob Plaut Top kindergarten saltsmen Debra Stolen 1 Dtuzd Home Communrty Chest and Red Cross contrxbutlons, a forergn student fund Student Councll conventlons and Slmllaf rtems Top sellers Judy Hansen and XY'allace Gwndt were presented the taffy trophles, Sticky Sam, and bweet Sue and vuth therr dates rergned oyer the annual candy dance Aprll 27 CANDY COURT 'CJ LQ JUNIOR PROM 4 - ' p I K 'RR P YY FN N JUNIOR GIRLS' FORMAL . . ...IL A The night was crisp and clear . . . the air was charged with ex- pectation and excitement . . . we had arrived at the 1956 Junior Girls' Formal! The Elks Club was elaborately decorated in the theme of Fire and Ice . . . our hearts lifted with the music. XVe gave our invitations near the door, then checked our coats. The music lured us onto the floor for the first dance, and soon we were lost in a world of magic. Later, there were refreshments, touching-up in the powder room, and gathering around the Christmas tree. While the last dance swept over the floor, we felt warmly happy. The magic bubble of enchantment would soon break, but we knew that our hearts would always remember a little of this sparkling night- our night at the junior Girls'. 80 1 'i Q "I-'IRIS AND ICI ll If V4 fzft.-. 3' on 'Nl in rf! fflf .JA activities 2 l f ! 4 ' -,,- , I 9 QX , txt 5 -Ml ... :ng -r fi iw, if yr -agp N ff. x A , 4. jiix Y' J ggi' L , +R lf: t Q XX XlllSKAN IIJI'I'ORI.Xl. STAN-' ,Ei 'l . v ROR' 3: Klum. lxiffar, Kiuzzl, .'5i.1llv1ziLi, Rmz'r1fml1u'. llfffiux, liknfvfwfur, fdfiillll, K VUD1. ROI!" 2: Inmlwy l'f41L'l1lil lv, R.1fv1, -IUIUIYOII, Ai.ll'tflld7't1f, Sfvilfjutu. Mm. ROI!" I: l5m'v'mr. lidiffl, IJi4h'rl4 I..1m. Pftzutr, 6 ulldlc. Pdimr in Chief , ROIJNVY RAHN KARI. FRAIEDRICH PAT LAN I' Assucizllc Fditurs SVSAN BAKIEN DAYI' AIOHNSON KAR!-,N PLAVTZ Auniriu lzdlmrx Copy lidlmr xlIfAN KINZIEI. Class Ifdilors MARC' RAKQHHL'BIfR ANN JACKSON JERRY SHILLINCQ Iiauullx I'c1imr FIONI KH lfl R Boy s' Sports Fditur KARL IfRAlil7RlC,Ii ll'l3lD MAROIARIYIA, ASSVI, Girls' Sports Imlitur P.-Ylvll NIA,I'HXYlCQK Sflllpshkblh IJICQK MAYVR GIS l:U5'l'lfR Index Fdilors CJERMAYNIC BOIZRNI-QR HI Y DlfQKI'RT XYAHISCAN HVSINFSS STAVF RON" Z: Krueger, ll'11Ikcfr'. Riuflke, B7'JV1lfC'I1l7ll7'.Q, Povj11z'fmll.1, Rm4r1ir'.1r1 ROW' 1: ILLk!'7'l6', Sadie, Tran, lfd?I716VIId7I. A1l'lE'P'l1l'7I. N ff? fl? LES fly 1 1, Assistant Editor ,, Jeanne Sherfinski Managing Editor ., joe Blatuszak Feature Editor Y,,, janet Walters Sports Editor ,.,,t ,, Tom Lonsdorf Asst. Sports Editor ,,., Bill Hussong Humor Editor ., ,s,,, Judy Thompson Exchange Editor, Darlene llafeman Technical Editor . ., Mary Sanders Girls' Sports Editor . , ,t,,,,.,. ,, H ,,..,,,.,,..,,,,,,.i., Y, Rometta Scherr is published every three weeks through the combined efforts of 56 staff members and their advisors Mrs. Scheurman, and Mr. Vfoods. They present the latest school news, society, features, and sports tips in an enjoyable fashion. By serving in this capacity and by advertising our school throughout the community, the Skyrocket has proved itself to Kon 2. l'1uri1r,1gu',lump,Iugilmltuu,IJvl.u1.1, Rudkc. Rim l jitlllfllillzff. litilit, .sl1PlNUl1, .5l.1llve. QUILL AND scRoLL Row S: Rill!Ll', l.0IIYlfU7'f, Airw- 4 r, Scfviflirlg. Rom 21 AliJV'lfllil7'l1f, Grurfv, llufvifc, Hdfbfl, H7'JP11f!'?1hl'?'AQ liiiiw-1, ,'H.1llu4'it'i. .14lVl77IfIl0?I Row l: Sftllillil, ,'ll.1r1111i1nfl Sumleri, Horfmer , Pltmiz, ,Hil fer. llinlirnl, Kinxel. fxihwm, Unuflors, Limgj. flnserf: jolvn sonj. QL'II.I, AND SCROLL OFFICERS X 'f SKYROCKIST BIYSINIISS ' STAFF 'l'he Skyrocket business staff, under tht X direction of Mr. Woods and l7.u'It-uv .dkc, puts in many hours to solitu .uls for each issue of the school paper, lhns not only provides the necessary funds ln Nwfty publish the Skyrockct, but creates inter 1 est and understanding between Wausau . businesses and the high school. H4 Ralm, Burhimher, Fmedrirln .5 5 ,j The Quill and Scroll is an international society of honorarf school journalists. Only those who have done outstan ing work in journalism are eligible for this award. Each year the publications and business staff advisors choose new members who are formally ad- mitted to the society at the annual spring tea. 4 O. ' 'I ix 1 L ft -.U th8K'h.mti plttynlli, tht? were well rcccivpd'vQ'ith I . X 4, ,- X . ' 'fi -f N 'my fII0l'IlA'l1wltRQ . f. ' B , - , 4 xxx' "x" T M-.xv xt , 1 Zwlvy fhll'ICC'Il lnstrunlcntws, and thug lnmphttgters uf . , MU- wt!! 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T v w A ROW 3: Payzef, Baken, Gallo, Kersten, Scblueler, Stu geon, Tron Krexin, Tmnlo ', Pledger. Moy, Otto, Lerrlv, Rohn johnson. ROW 2: Oesrreich, Colletie, Hmrulcnbzng, Benneti, Bierbmucr, Ilansen, Reissman, Disbrow, Berlin, Hamerlo, Reitlf Peru- A Q ron, Coley, Thompson, Iocoboxbi, Ostring. ROI!" I: furkson, l"ru4'll, Ilunson, Kufolvl, l'oru'.1lske, Urnboll, Pigeon, Linder, i . Eckerle, 'Miller, Slauffer, Krooplin, lid: uznls, Colcorzl, Gall, Henlz. ,pl The orchestra has been very busy again this yearg we solo part of the Mendelssohn piano concerto. Of course Vi., , played a lot of music - all kinds - from Purcell to we participated in the spring music festivals as usual. Carmichael - light and heavy - "smooth" and discord- The trip to Minneapolis to hear the Metropolitan Opera ant. We helped with flags and glamor at the games- Company was one of the highlights of the whole sea- 'A .f played for our folks and neighbors at a fall concert- son. A fine symphony together with a fine chorus with X joined with the choir and Glee Club to present a Christ- world renowned soloists presenting La Traviata will al mas program. Then, too, some of us sold tickets for the ways be remembered. The old calendar pushed us right ij Q X f Top Hatters show and went to Madison to hear Les into Baccalaureate and cc mmencement before we were Brown. Before we knew it s rin had come- and the reall' aware of it. Yes sir Mr. Iiditor, it' been a fine '1 4 ' 7 P g 5 5 1 ' 9 Spring concert with Dave johnson and Rod Rahn in the year. I s' l . 4 f' "B if-35 135' J: 7 S. lf, in 9 22 Q : i .s - Z A 2 2 4 87 MALE CHORUS . . ,, ..g ', J- li - A. In fl BACK ROIV: Butfke, jones, Leitzke, Bystrrnn, Zmzker, Bernd I Q1 I"RUN'I' ROIV: Gelvring, Iiexle, Kinniu, Helix. 5fL'c'klJrIllt'l' i- '-y fins! The choir and Glee Clubs have again as in the past experienced an enjoyable and rewarding year. Fall Con- eert, Nov. 13 - Kiwanis Christmas Carol Program, Dec. 17 - Caroling in bank lobby, Dec. 19 - High School chiioimok Assembly, Deo. zo . High School Patriotic Assembly, Feb. 14 - XY'omen's Conference Program, CHOIR . . . ,av March 15 - Twenty-two Solo and Ensemble lintries, April 6, at XY'isc0nsin Rapids - Spring Concert, April 29' - Music Festival, May 4 at Wisconsin Rapids - Trip to Minneapolis for the Metropolitan Opera, La Travi- ata, May 18 - Baccalaureate program, May 29. Yes, this was a very busy year for so many new choir members. A-ai-o. MARGRET PIERCE ROW 3: Gruening, Christiansen, Rubow, Kroeningj Zamzow, Cooke Vocal Diferfvr ROW 2: Pieper, Prebn, johnson, Imingen, Hom, Huck, Bramer, G. ROW I: Iaefks, Salrador, Digmun, Gumz, Krueger, Kelm, Franlz . GIRLS' GLFE CLUB MRA mmm l"'Wl'9 715 lPf R 'f ,H P1 ., vf Q ROD" 3: Amlersorl, Kufabl, Ninnemarz, Y'lH1k,Sl'IJdl'L', Ilarkburllv, Ilozffl, Tvnlv, Mueller, Bula, Trcnnfl, Tlvomllxon, Nas! ,'l,sl1l:r'u1r1w', llqwzzll, Grimm, livllirr ROI!" 2: I-loner, llnolfe, Yessc, Allmlm, 'I'rvj11ou', lValfers, Po,vj1j4rlmlll1, Allman. Pugel. Krolm, Dorn, 1xlLkD0l1dlll, Uweirzke Brillwl, GVllI'C'l'71, Slollz, .'N'it:5flw, liflfk ROI!" I: Goalulv,.Hcll'r1lerI. Kolmlvorst, lVyn1.u1',1lclLc,Moon. lQm1.11l. Gfnulin, Sued, Sllvlulufl. M-Jyfrfffv TUJl0f llucllwrn, Taller. Ldll'fL'!I!'E, lizzmlufvlvi, Sporiskvy, Roulcr, Sllvulfz . CHOIR 4 1 I ROW 3: Mallory, Orllielz, Barrel, Rerie, Huff, Bremer, Behnke, Matuzak ROW 2: johnson, Sporisky, Treu, Suuyzc, Md1lJu'ifk, Mesxing, Marquardl, Robbins ROW 1: Wasmundt, Grade, Schultz, Srboenbom, Rubow, Kufkbann, Wlrit- ing, Holubetz .tx ' K 5' c 1 1 Fflivsifl d V' " ,A-' V i .if ,L A Arm., 1 ' 'z X w N ,tv I 'N ,Q At, 'll ,Q- Lorrstlorf, Sluel. frzrulurnl. folvlsorl. Ii.1clvlv11ln'r', S.1r1tlcv'x, Altlllhltlk, l7H!t'iK-H Sffmf. Aipygf, '1'y-Lmlgu-, Jlwtilwl, Allerltler, R0.H.'NlIH'gJ', f.lc'n1z'm. S. ' .1--f XX X J x . X " f , in Q i' . YU."f' 'L' 1 I ' . 'K' 1' .-' l I A Y. 1 l5.Q. l J as t at -P ' time ,' l, 'QI' Q 4 ' - I 9 ln.,- HA Date Wffm Judy' This year the senior class selected for its play, "A Date With Judy." lt is a rollicking teen-age comedy, which was presented October 24 and 25 in the high school auditorium. ilihe plot revolves around Judy and her attempts to keep everyone else from being queen of the dance for the COM- MVNITY Rlil.lliF lil'ND. The passage "l am I1 bigamistf' used in adyer- tising the play, is typical of some of the lightly scandalous burdens that Judy brings to bear on her family and friends. After a whirl-wind of hilarious adventures, Judy finally gains her am- bitions of being queen of the dance, and is es- corted by her faithful shadow, Oogie Pringle. The main characters consisted of Paulette Struck as Judyg Margaret Bachhuber as Mrs. lfosterg David Johnson as Mr. Foster: Joe Matuszak and Gerald Oestreich alternating as Randolph: and Richard Dutrisac as Oogie Pringle. 'l'his outstanding production received a warm reception from its large audience, who seemed to truly enjoy and acknowledge the acting ability displayed by our senior class. C,0tul1es.' STl1l.MAl IOSKIQ l,lfPlNSKl xv' l L 4, .E N I M, ' K.,-g9?3T5:zv. .- -' . A KW f 'lf all ..s-1 :Y - 'I 1' y' , , J 5 'P ' anvil, lion 2 .5l.4lu1:11i, Gull, lliir, Pfiiifv, fnfwsml. xlflfnrf, Hllll. Hbllfll H01 WW Rim I li.11l1f1nlnr, Ktllffurl, Rotfimtnz, ILILUYI, Miller, 'l1'1lnt".d, 5-IH H' 1 "NUM 4HU"1f' "The fldnzimble Criclotmzu Thr. los' spring pl.1y under the expert direc- torsliip ol' Nliss lstibell Stelmahoske w.1s presented April lith .md 15th. "'l'he Admiruble Crichton," 11 l11nt.1si, mis greatly enjoyed by the audience. lt is .1 stori of .in lfnglish peer, Lord Lozim, who heliexes lllill .ill classes should be equal and ut- tempts to show this hy h.1iing his servants up for 1111 once .1 month, llis butler, Lrichton, has ex- nctli opposite xiews. 'I'he fun begins when LOZIIH .ind his three daughters, Mary, Catherine, and Agiithtt go yichting und become shipwrecked on .in isltind, Crichton seems the only one who can command the situation and becomes Lord and muster on the island, while Lord LUZIID and his ltllllllf 11re content to do odd jobs assigned to them hy Crichton, the "Gov," 'Iihe llhllll ch.1r11cters xx ere Dave johnson, Crich- tong Brent lloffmtin, Lord Lotimg Sheila Brick, Mary Sustin Haken, Ltitherineg Carol Ann Mey- er. Ag11th.1g C,h.1rlotte Tesbergg Tweenyg Ronald Huff, l1rnestg Lhnrles Delany, Lord Brocklehurstg Margaret Bttchhuber, Lady Brocklehurstg Russ Weir, Rei, john lreherne. foiztfuiq llli KIRT. Sql'l"I.Nl.-XIIOSKP, RAHN 'X 1 i Sill 3 Inj1l'.11ltvi ltiltlvl yur .1.sImr1. 11.1. R1.li.n1ll tlr11lrn1.slr.1fc'x .iizll .11 lmlzlzlt-lrlotcirzc. Q11.1ir1l ffnarrtlftx IJ, Sillarx. L, R0ll'7!l.llI. rl. l.1mlrn.l11, S, Rmu1ir.1r1:. 4 -lmlm .-lr1.l1rwn1 ml.. .1 Nall' e.1r'r1t 11 lmu. I 5- u HC' ng'- Q ' 1 ,r 3 Q . 3 x W Nz, x T 1 v F an Y G TALENT SHOVU I O11 llvove "Dark EWS"- ' B172 u' Milli. 2. 17.11111 Rtficlv strulx lwr fluff. 3. .y11Xlt'Yl0IIK A1dVf6'lt'C'T5.' 1. Cf.1ll.1lv.111, N, lkucll. Sil- l.1ri, R. N1lv0lI71, 4.1506 "l:liiv" llcinrillv dis- play S Iwi. !.1lw11. Unullur ca ..llmltm tl.1r1ct' ln Darollry Date: December ll, I956 Subject: Talent Show This year the Talent Show had an added attraction - the Tophatters, who featured a Lawrence Welle theme. As ir the past. it was sponsored by the Xlfaugonian Scholarshif Committee to raise money for scholarships. Bill Richard! presided as master of cere- monies. 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I me Mary Lou olvmmz ROW I udy llarzmn M :non Bezlkc Mary Sumlcrv Susan lniuz Kee mg up the flne tradmon of Vsausau bemor llngh our x 1rs1ty debaters compete successfully ln snt tournaments mcludmg thc l lu Llure Htgh Sthool Invrtattonal, the Merrill Imrtatronal the Iau Llanrc Colltge lntcrsttte lournty and the Ch1ppewa Falls Cross examrnatxon Lompetmon A htghly complicated question on the farm problem lI'lX0lXlIlg economxts und at the IOPIC they settled many dlsputed ndeas and arrnxed it thc end of the serson with a good, if not full understandrng of our present dry system of xgrrculturc Varlous spealtmg techmquts as well as wldely dnersxfxed txperrtnce md the pleasure of mecttng many new friends were the rewards thlt our debaters ruentd Whale the sophomores did not compete ln actual debmng they obserxed the techniques of debatmg sklll and began thexr preparatron for thc coming two yenrs Thlrteen sophomores made up thc team that w1ll lead Vs iusxu llngh on the rotd to future debate success SOPHOMORF ROW 3 jzm Mutlnun Bob Lly Daze Albert Don Kersemerer Tom Larson ROW 2 Arm Iltmnemarm jo Arm Krueger Iohn Pearson Lynn Mamcke ROW I Nanny bleffke Clue Connor Carol Mueller Izm Rudlof JC. 2 hw' xi If Z 1 2 . . ' , f' 1 fN , I l, f: r 'A .il Q- " fs . 1. ' ' " . . . , l . . 6,7 3 Y A I R if -.IV F J' t Y -' 1 ' V , -1 . ' 'K' I , . 'I -' I ' 1 1 A ', .Y '.,.'j vt '. . .g I , . . I it .L. .7 pq ' , 1 - , - ' . 1 governmental law, greeted the debaters at the start of the year. XY'orking diligently' , ' ' 1 ' . 1. , , . a 2 2 .. V, I ' ' ' ' . ' . . 1 1 . I I . ,.l i .7 i , 'I I I ' v I V1 V 1 I 7 ' ' f ' W , , I , . .- . 'f , . ' , , f. .X-3.13-.' U - D V lg z 19 Y- ., F - .gg I P - L. - - e ' ' , 1 94. . 5 gf K ' g ' x I lv . I , y . as ' , ' I ' I . Ax - . nw H-rp: Sv: IORI NSIC 9 1 tu mmm uurhcs ln 0 :ml U 1 suvcrh lub ID turmng out ming 1 dLLlllIlLYS md Lxtu 5 xpc rkrrs RL1LilI1?,, rl ukxusc from u v er s L r lr Nixss L 11 kr xx N Iss Bus r NI irqu irdt and Nllss Cnsxo d I NAI I hr N num il I nrensnc League rs a natnonal honorary speech t rr r 1 In 351111 membershlp to this outstanding body a ,Ulm mn r shun his abxllty by comprhng twenty frve or xm rr punts Ihfllllgwh u1mpCtlt10n ln the Various f0r6nSlC L nm NI mx hunurs in ywranted to members of the N F L mn 114, thun srhul iI'ShlI5S tu leading colleges throughout the umm Um mu hr rcrtun that a person who has joined fha rmkx t rhr N mum! lurensxc League IS truly an out Illldlllg spukrr md has buxlx up a forenslc history t0 be llld ROI! 3 lrbrm Green obn son D Don Ilussong Hanson ROD Baken Aiarquardt Brublvuber Burk Zasirou olmxon M ROW I Ixesee Sanders Lune Bezlke Kzefer FOREINSIK XX INNFRS ROXX 3 Green Clemens Delaney johnson Hus mm, Nlrlthlsen ROW ' Smders Nlxnxnhe Bauh hnhrr lxnefer, Marquardr ROXX 1 Bal-ren Rnrh mm Laffm Bellke, Sthaxe 97 - - - ' 11 . A Inch yer r. I - ff - in J ' ' ur Q. ' wh d A 5 ' ' I ' if :L ' nil ' Rf fmlurs, ' . ' , . 'H1 F l V I, 5 . .K , A ,K ' , 1 ' , IP. ' 7 Q left, nhia va 's un hes are: A ' Srl- L 5 V ' ' , " I' lIl.ll1S", Nli Hguwm, .I' k. NI. -,YQ EY. . 1 L . ' . I ' I . - XI, sv 'mix , ' 4957 -4 Ajjlfvz, ff NAHIU, , .IURINNH Ififrhl wF.l 'l'1lf. ' ff ' ' ' , xv-, -' s -' N - ' j I I. I 1 .. . . . -x'x.... ." ..., . . mt' ' . ' K 1 l ' KKK! ' A ' Q' L- I O I-K H. I . A I. . . l ', N K , Y xk VI K Q . . . Kr V pri nf, ' L - ' W . N. .F f 1 I ,A . ' . , ' , ' - G COMMISSIONERS OF . - 5 . Sthool .-Xttairs BOB Klfllli lilIl.llltL' ll RRY lflSll Publnnx UIRXI li Si llll.l INC Pep -ll'l5Y l.Xl I..-Xl . Social .Kltairs OAXII MOR! .Mgr .f best goy ernment is not men the happiest, but which renders the greatest great statesman Duclos made this observation about idea has carried down the ages and today, within Wausau Senior High, we principle in operation. Our has been designed to accomplish the greatest good for the g of students. lt attempts to have all represented equally and to hear of all for whom it works. Through this democratic ideal, it accomplish for those it governs the greatest possible happiness. ln a council of our school does not govern, but is rather governed by the vvhom it represents. Such a system is the most ideal form of gov err to mankind today. lt is the belief of our students and teachers that democratic type of gov- I ernment can secure for XY'ausau Senior lligh the life that every person 0 most desires. We therefore look with pride on this, our Student Council. FIRST SEMI-S'I'lfR SITONIJ Sl"Nll'STlrR S'l'I'l3lfN'li CQOI 'NEIL SI l illlxili fiol 'NK ll- OFFICIRS Ol:l:lf.l:R5 SLfLV'l'1tlf1 .. PAT STIfPIIIfNSU.N Sca'r'4t.1ry .NVILRGISII lil'.'lRl 'I Hxl Prcsiafenl . . . . PAT l.A.N'lf 'ILL'-Pl'1'Iillt'I1f GILRQILIJ Ul'S'I Rlilf H l'ire-Provident .,., . SHffIL.'1 BRICK Presitlcrlt . lilI.I. RIC HQIRIYI xx, ', Y' 3 3, as I V, . .c ,, , -i 4- 0- 0 as f' - , ' lg .y g, sv 1 A -.-s--.-- n I I x - Of-,f'fe, ' 6 F ' lp Ff E ,. 'W s 0 5 IW ' 4 N I fvff 19 W lil lllfi f-F515 5 ,Ft iq. HRYI 51511-S'l'IfR ST I 'IDI-'NT COVNCQII. Ml MBI RS: RUN' 4: R.nn11Hsw1, Mlvilling, Goetsrh, 1ifl'7'1JfdllL'Y, ll.mu'r1, Smillv, xillnrl, Dutrisuf, Sozfie, lfuswz, Kerr, Guuioxuki, l fllilllj, Nun, RON" 3: f.l7Y'fXfi.17IJl'7I, Priggf, S11.'fm, Oxlmmln, H'4.111r, Hofvl, .H.1rlwmr1. Sve- lmlvr, Pmsl, Sllffll, Ifixlv, HVVLUYIIIIVIIJI. ROI!" 2: Maru, Roufn, Ilfff, llzulmn, H4 117, ll"onlw1, .H.1r'q1mr:lt, liulu, Sillnm, AfIlL'lIl'V', fldillllllldll, lginfv, S, RUN' I: Mffuffz, U',N11l, l.fr1l1, UHQYULYIV, Hofulnlz, King, Ilixlnoug Kofmlvnrsl, ROSC'!1LVJ7IZ. . STUDENT COUNCIL REPRESENTATIVES SIIUNIJMNIINIIRSIIIJIN1 KU! N1 ll NHNIISIRN Rlll l ' 1 lu'wn1,ln111u, fn-, x .mu 5 , fn, L ,yi I. Q , N ..1 s 11011, . .1 T . om, 'lmm4l, 'll I if fn umu, I n1nus,I4fm1xii4 Urllnln, Ulwu, 'lffuvl lJH.'l.'Ml4, Cnmiuzuir. lui, lxmlfu. Smlh, :In- kt ill I Rflllwi U Hui S fdr lfrz ll: P1 U 5 1 V L 5 H vnnlfnml, Ixugfrfy, Sflwjlljng' 11',,m,f,,A,,,1, lnlw, Sunzu, RUN fx lJ:nf2.11. Il1lu'm.1r1r1, Hufie, uv.lt'llf, fuf' l.1f'.,u, Jlmmfvnzz, Mfmafu, ll Jxnllnlfll. I'.HIIIllll.flI, if fHjlr.1nf', Wmffn, Bmw. RUN If lrjnh, lxnfvlfwrxf, Cfuigrlof, l71Aum.1u. Pai, U'Nlil, Munn. ,S1ll.nx, Iknfv. nm: :Q ff il., y .I fa., og .nw 'fx -, RUN' -F: frzmflswl, xlflrnil, I,.H',lllII, .ll.uw1, llnxxrnig, ILIITJXVIII, fltnluli, ll'cir, ftlifllllf, R., Zai- lruug ROI!" 5-' 3101. Saul, .llmuy llfnilf, Mlrnlclmiz. Hull, hlffflltfiwnil. Rofzlnirlw. ROI!" 1: Ilti1lwn.u1:1, ffwiiluliirl. Scfvn1lrt:ltr, Kitlu, Iniluig, I,.1m, 'I'r'.n1lou. RUN' lr Sifillntrr. xlllulilu, llmiz. Com, Kltflllllrlflll, Iniilllt, ll.n1iu1, l.mt.nl, Rmnilzixul. The Xliliugoniiin Council is composed of girls who are representatives of uirious clubs - Home lfconomics, junior Gregg, Senior Gregg, Girls' Athle- tic Association, rind the Student Council. They sponsor the Llnnual Talent Show .ind try by other means to mise money for the XY'augoniz1n Council Scholgirships which ure awarded to worthy seniors at commencement. Sheila Brick, mis elected chairman, and 'Indy Birt, secretary. The advisor is Miss llulbert. SOCIAL COMMIT RUN" If illnllwic, f., llligrlir, IP., Brill, S., Stlwlntzlir, K. RUN' lx lluilflui, l,,S!r'.1iill11r., IP., lffimfu. S., I.1lIf1, R. . 7, XY 1. 3' Q I " ' A Q. s 'F 4? - ' I T v W ,- off ,Q - SU' f Y 4 i s xx 1' J at Q. ' ' 1 'T' Vg' WAUGONIAN COUNCIL 100 A Q fr x ,fi , vm f'f"'w"-X' XIIl'Nl'I4lRN Inq Mn1w.fn -ffl 0 C7 n0'Cf7'H CQ may , N11 IN I'l 1 VRS M 4 mn! S4 rm ML r' if INHIRN 5 , ' '75 Il L x u A f 1 P LL 4 L " Q, ur A 1 uc I 1 f' aff' L P: " 05754'im,Q, fles 56, LATIN VN , I . ,' I Fl CLUB - 37777777 fl 116 - i f ' L 5 L N-x . rv 1- N .V I- ., if 1 in L Hall Fifi 5.-., L N ' LATIN CLVB OFFICERS: lfirxrl Cfw1,rul.' Kay l..n1iu'ell.' Sammi Crmxul: Tom Kellbufk: Iiirrt Sfrilztz' l'iP1JI1L'iX Iiiitlvlvzzlnm' Seruml Scribe: jotm l'rn'uul,vkc,' Quextor: Sully Sydow. GERMAN ,..,,,,,,.,,,,A-r CLUB - if D800 " ' 7 fs fee' PT -N s' L " rs, , M 1.6-fx 'fr.ri"lif'1 5 il i Y 'Nr ' L Off Q i- is N 1 Fr Q w F L L il ffm T L T . 'S L . I If I 1 N 'Q ii ' My -1, L-sl YA. f. ix ' K ' l I This year ihe Cierman Cluh hind an enrollment of 65 members. lts many activities included speakers who had traveled in Germany, slides of that tuuntry, skits and plays which were put on hy the members to promote the use of the language, and the singing of German songs to create "Ge- mutlichkeitf' The officers of the eluh were: Gerald Oextereirlf, Pvesizlvnl, Dirk Anderson, l'ife-pre5i- zlenl, Iurlie Nun, SL'LV't'ldVQ', and Slvirlev lllinlifke, TrL'i1,v1n'er. FRENCH CLUB MliMBliRS: ROI!" 3: Halioski, llirxllldfll, lfosler, Voiglrl, Hulzerl, An- derton, Slejzlwrzxorz, Brifk, Olson, Camplzell. ROW' 2: llwdllzlff, Kiefer, TlI07flfI.YOVI, Penr- son, Sflnnutzler, Kaplan, Hurlwig, Krueger, Lorlmer, ll"l1ilir1g. ROW I: Pelzolzl, Collette, Sanders, Ifixla, S., Cemnxki, Wimborourslw, Plier, I3l1.1rm'lm. ff1l7SL'IllA-Aidfg Biaflrlvubefj. Q , FRENCH Q- gif -4 ' CLUB is 'V' Y! + I P1 ' X I SPANISH M FIIIB W 7 ' M Q M Q-: R.. ac 'I el P ii' 1-- l ll. 'TTY' lt xl' Z 8 i I I fn! 5 SPANISH Cil.I'l3 lYllfMlllfRS: ROI!" 'lx Lixffin, Stfwelfrf, Kinrvl. lli1mmer'ft1, Stizlfm, fllillzff, Hoff- mimnll illicr. RUN 2: .'llfw11lvr', Altlflflltlltjf, P0If1j'4,1.lffi1, Rulzlzim, Ilglwv, l.nnlli4f, Kagifl, Yeggmgr, RU!! If IIHIIIIIIIH, linux, lzfvlvrl, lhfwrl, Olson, Nr-Ut, Q ,x 5 CHEMISTRY f"'f C C 5, H C. ,- -5 if Q- TB 9 nw' H I on 1, 1-1 " I 'Ilia flmcmistrx Cflulfs zutixities are remered aruuntl ficltl trips to the Marathon Research. Hoffer Paint It Glass Ctr, Bmkaw Paper Mill. Interesting tlemunstnitions were prepared and presented hy the tlulw mumlwrs .intl speakers from industry, suth as Mr. Harris of the Marathon Research and Dun Kaumier of the l'nixcrsitv lfxtensiun Center. The tluh spunsorctl its annual carameled apple sale for the purpose of raising miuney for the Vfaugonian Stlmlurship Fund. BIOLOGY Cllill MlfMlllfRS: ROI!" 3: Tr'c'n1c'l. KOIIIKIT. Dvlw, I,l'U7l1t'V'IP14Q, Meihifm, Ii.1rlvl111bev', f.YOP1k, Kumi. Diuiit, rltlvlt'r'lJz'rg, Ling, ROHM 2: St'l1l11c'tc'r. Oxlring, Gri14'lu'l, Krocplin, Burk. Srlmxe, Lewis, Rulzoug Henlz, Ctnlxwl. ROW' I: Lcrrlv, Hrozui, Sltuzffer, Omboll, Srlmcfle. Grareerl. Viargnlz, Alff,dY'll'H, Bellwkv. Srlwulz. BIOLOGY CLUB fi ,, x Q , U I i Q D r t ,'l'H.,.ws.4..' S .I .,. Q9 A 2' - ASTRONOMX ix Ilia ' CLUB ug .llg HEY!! mullln HUKIII EIEIHII EIEIIIIE Ellilll 24 Il I , vu!" 4' MY! vi' 5, Y . MII Hifi I ROII' 3: I7r.1ezlc'r'ivfv, .N'a'1,mr1, Nlxss, Pafmer, 1Nv01'ilZf4', Ofml. ROIIN 2: Tw,v111w', .Holm lxruliiuuxii, II"ollvr, Knrflv, llwwi, RO II ' 1: ,IImm1w', .X'.1.u, 'lI'.1IIf0U', .IIL'.H'iI1AQ, Limlvr. ART CLUB SENIOR GREGG ,jk ROII' w fx Z' Q 3: Iiroeiw, II"ifxor1, Sheldon, Grass, Sippl, Skl7llIl'fl'f, Amlzfrson, Galleria, 1H.u'i5, N., lIL1ri5, R., Sff1.1lou'. ROI!" 2: lleiflwmmn, Mdis, II"eilm1d, Grvwl. Kurlll, II"viu'vrl, II".1lv1, f,l1rix!iLn1sw1, Krwiu, Krue- gvr, I,llL'l1fkLf, 1'Il0y. ROW I: Ringwelxki, Ifeurxorz, Meurell, R:1Sll1IlJSf'71, Blubm, Pcrgolxki, Mayer, O'I.eury, Srb.1c'fcr, Vogt, Cmmler. ROII ROII ROI!" ROII" f.,n'r1cfy, Uoepke, Krzfhcffk, H.1fc'm.u1, Bmmll, Ruzlliv, Knapp, Salvmirll, Sl H115 llhlil II'l1gmfr, Murqrmrdl, II".1ln'rx, Stark, Arlvu, IIUJXIIIIIPIIII, lfmnlz, Slominxki. Sulnufor, Degmfr. C.l1r'iAIi1111, S4'fJc'rr, Bluir, Ollo, 1IIm'fm, ,ILn'son. Czvrfv, Iuafube, funky, Slolzr, Drews, Slrei, Kflll'gLP'. 5 I TK. .. Cvffh F1 F75 f- 0550 1 7 F1rst and Thlrd Wednesday MUSIC Clubs fl A ptr-r-.2 O5 ,,,e.g,,.fa. .W ,fn K I'he flrst and thxrd Vfednesday Muslc Clubs under the direction of Mr McDonell and Mxss Glsxold were prouded as always wnth maternal which was both educatxonal and en tertammg Membershxp thls year was lrmxted for the fnrst nme to 75 persons m each sec v-'N non because of the hmlted seatmg space bershlp bemg granted on a fnrst come serse b8Sl5 The only requxrement for attendmg the meetmgs was sxmply to and down there ln the band room the IS deflmtcly vsorth lxstenmg to mem flrst those hsten musxc t a C- ' "lm, P' a - me yea v. ,v ., 2 .- 3 3 Q -t x- - W" I Isl, ls 'se I - c7' p V las! ' ' I , ' ' ,g I 1 . V ' W d , f t l I l -1 fl V e Af ' v f sf 4 V Ta 1.1 C' f ' f' ee w R' - .Y x '-i I 1 ' 7- J ' 't' 'Jr J " ' , vt . A -- 'H ' K . ' H .A l ' l Q if TA l px K al t 5 E' at 'A ,- , Y . ,rx l lr A, I x b Al X i ngb- HOME U ECONOMICS CLUB CAMERA p CLUB 4 The Camera Club has spent a very interesting and active year. Its members have done some work on de- veloping film, and printing and enlarging pictures. The Club also planned a trip to one of the local pro- in sf 1' Row 5: Poi, Dorn, Hwy, llvliiotwki, Ilizrlxwl, Pozfgurwii, Ami, Stmuvr, Hocft, Ijllfv, l.l1u1llr, Krnlw, Row 2: ll".ilIw1v, Kmlfwr, l'ilH'!lIiHlL'i, ill., Silutl. lwrminltl. Ii., K?'lll'AQt'!'. Rucifcr, ll 111111, xl,xifff1ru1mr, Hoff, Row 1: llijlildfl, llrcitxi, fiztfikx, Baffin, ZIUIALV, Strvioi, I.Jll'VL'HlL', illifalfiu, C -,Q 2 , N ,L If E, D 'S Q1 . ll Row 4: H7'illltlLPll!IH'lQ, Xlfcrfirliii, C Ultlllilil, illfcrihlll, Sifvovlrlr. BflL'l7Illl'l', Siblmlrl. Row 2: SfhlHlIIi1lI, l'.1z1Sv1or, S.1fvr, lluifzlo, lx1n'f1ii1lw1, lanzzffflitr, lfriil. Row 1: Simi. BOL'2'7lt'7', lllfirlkiilzf. .lliwzlktq K!E?I5l'l7l!1f11f. niques used. A display was made by the group, of win- ning high school pictures during the course of the school year. Mr. Shawl, the club advisor, supervised the Camera Club's activities for the entire school year. cessing plants, to observe the exact professional tech- Row Row Row Row 1llullJu'iCl2, L0f7p710ll', Lepinski, Riclmrdt, Dutrimr, Bf0LiLl!1l'j'I.'!', Ktmlz. Koxlkia. SfC'2'll17L'1'AH, liofil. Nuss, Luedlke, Voelrzke, AIIICVICIJUII, Nylwlrn, Iflncll, Mueller, Robbins, Solzkouhii, Sillury, Kicfcr. Kaplan, Thompson, Cullizlwun, Garfke, Rulmw, Arltnmki, Oelkc, Iliillscr, Cola. lflt'lUl!IiUI'Pl. Dudek, Illanson, Marte, Treplouy Kuxmusswz, Ncesx, SlJruke, S., Slirukc, R., Dozlgv. CW .AA p C':CJ4eee5i.5'9 n PEP COMMITTEE vw, J' r E 2 4 ' , -I ...J kd L of 4 , Q N . 0, . A 0 it First W'ed. 1 . . . gp mf Conservation N A Club . 'L . F . fi' J" ' 'Tx :Q H' Row 5: uWL'!11101'f, finger, Dretrci, Hofcllkfis, Illdllfllfi,DL'f6'V1,lf!1xLfl'bfL'fl71, Zulvn. Rim 2: Rmtfv, limit, IJKIJCI, fflfflliliii, rllurcfi, Lrlily, 15r'r1I:, Kalfu. Rim lx Altliunfm, .StlnucJ4'r, lirwnltfrlzuclwl, Meurctt, l.vu'iI:ie, llotfzpmr, lirlu. t-1 . . o- 4' W ' Third A ' ,bp .13 .t rs , . 'pi S - 'V Lonscrvation 2" 'yt ' ' V ' +' 1' ' 3 Q' I jab I . . K Q5 X! -Aj. ' W Y s XE? f lm ' u -fi . Q 4--5.-' Row 5: Klcnzjz, Ilollmtm, Millar. Dmlui, Ruiow, Erdmtnz, Btumxiznrz, Nelson. Row 2: u'it'l1LI'lV0lff, Hinlitrl, litlrltfli, Uufz, lltzrllerlta, Srlwllz. lvllliltkf, l'oigl. Row 1: B7'L?lt1t'l!1IlL'lJl, Bulvr. Kyle, llkesuxiri, Viergulz, ix1Uffd'71507I. farm youths enrolled in vocational agriculture, belongs to our state association which promotes dairy herd testing, dairy cattle showmanship, and dairy herd man- 1lgL'Il'lCnt. The XY'.1usi1u Senior High School Dairymen's Asso- ciation is a Rural Youth Organization with the purpose of promoting dairy herd improvement on the farms of its members. Rccognizin the fact that Wisconsin is the leading dairy state in tge nation, this organization of Row 4' Zmzker, Tescb, Buch, Gresens, Rukouy I10l'ff,Sd?Il1, Pt1gcl,Zam:ou'. Row Row JUNIOR fs C 1' Q- - DAIRY- te,- MEN S M'-A ASSN. -e Row Ilclmcl. Kuftflwl, Leith, Kromci, lirdmtm. Al1r.1lw.m1, Srlwltz. Zimmermtm, Lee. Zinmztrmrm, Buxko, llcffmfr, Mtnming, Bimur, Srlwlzring, Oxsig. lwrllnalrs, Ixruegcr. Abmlmnx, llrdmtm, Kumfo, Kale, Iiorltx, Subutkc, Beyer. IC' " A ' . F , 1 S fm N. f G.A.A. I I, .M Q oFF1c31 2Rs , i . f X Q, X .I 23 ne..- A- ' XX RUN' is KV'llL'y1'V', lXlit'?lil. xlmluwm, .5I.1lff11i4l, SLf1n1ut:fu, Orin. ROI!" fy IJIIIIIUII, I.mJlh', rlllflx, Rolnlziux, lxnfufvl. RON' If .W.1r1l1r.1r'JI, U'.1lILr,x, lxufw, .TI41.1fu. f bc sua- SKI CLUB .M. OFFICERS 1 yjf - F IJINIIHJVI, Bonnie, U.v!r1n1zlvr Geralrl: Sleflfwnxorr, Puir'ifi.l, ROW' 3: Ipdlilliflil, lllanrnlg. AilgGfdll', Bimini. Slirfur, .'1YfYl7H'?1?1l'f, llmiin. ROD" 2: Zmlrnuy I.. Zu.v1rou', R.: Mfflzllulrglw, P.. pt'sl?'XU7l, lfroom, l..1rwm. T., CIIICIIIAHI. Sfmrlrlrm. ROW' Ig Gjclsori, Piclwl, Mffullongfv, Zmlv, I.dHiNlt'?', l.ur'Xor1, R., I'rfmn, flwliu. to 'ak' .9 C. NIS- W 'xii 92 i , -. .X 4 s. X1 . 1 X 4. 1-d NIV! CREWf STAGE Ll 'RLING Clllli S1 F C145 'ff fl CN:n 9 rs , - "jl,f7'P 'tt' Ai Curling, as st sport in XX'ausau High, has ended its tenth season. This year 64 boys made up the personnel of the tlulw, with sixteen rinks organized into at 'Tuesday and a Thursday league. A round robin series was played and the winner of etith league played for the Memorial Lattimer-Gress lroplty made possilvle lu the tluh memhers. The tluh sponsored the Fifth High School Invitational lionspiel on january Z5-26. l.ater in the season, Vfausau sent rinks to Madison and Portage bonspiels. RON' 5: .'1nHtuu, llimzcr. Uliou, Ker.tt'rmiu', fllllltllllil. Porixlft, Pltmlz, liunlen, Krueger, .Hur- qlmnll, ll VUIIIHI. RUN" Z: ll lfllllil, .S-1lll7,7C, Slimlrnr, Stlmdtr, Prclm, Swlfonl, Siulrtie, Cach, K.1t':if'. nrm, Poeiif, ROI!" l: xlrtltitf, Bltlfl, Mflftlfftrml, Yana, llnulfc, ll"rigl1t,Bem1ell, llwoelfe, SIITIIIIIIZICV. pm. 1.-Q . 6 lg, L, , a CHESS V t U, t K 4 -j CLUB E-Y ., V i .gin is inf: ai 1 a x! , 1 ..,1,, we x ll- F.T.A. X gif Q -,x G 17 A FN 3 -U -C L I Q .5 hz X " " f- a - Q, - ' ' wr 4 C , : I Gini, lleflnztnz, jalmlorz, ROI!" 3: Gumz, Laffin, Rudfke, Bltlrqlmrdl, Uurzlsb, Sr Jute, ur , uet Jt'l71l'JgL7', Dcterr, Lilllc. RON" 2: Gmening. Gering, Tdilfk. Texsnzcr, Ii. Tesyner, M., Kozielasan 11 RON" I Gi arent, Collclie. Lerflv. llolubeiz, Trzlrnr, Llerlv, Tesberg, U xlde. tleriv, .H.1!Iit'kl'. Blue er, .' 'c I Q I V 1- . RUN" -J' SllYlllllf'll'Y' 'Icieaq llwut-ltlvolz, C.lvristw1.ver1, Srlmmlze, lifluurds. Dieizler, Klart, Uveiland, I B k L ,- Q N. v 'l'- 4.4.21 ARCH ERY CLUB if RADIO CLUB 110 I I I R011 RO!! ROI! ROI! ROI! ROIVI "3 "I Hg ff l ,A , . 0 1 4 DRAMA CLUB A. PBX I U".1e1ll,lJi4lw'l, l'0r'11'.1l.vic, xilfmul, l,L'lAUIL'j', llxlffllldll, I..n1gfm'1l, furzlun, Rudrke, IP. zxleyw, 'I'n'u, Aiallllfhlk, R.ui1h', Af., 51110114 l70ll', Llwillu, fumix, Karwlf PI1.YfIj'L'fh1Uu, llnolf. f.lz'fi,v, Knlfl7l1'l'II.' f.l7fi,Vfl'?l.Yl'?l, Iiiailur, Hvllin, linlwl, lfluier, I,.n'xw1, Bdflfi,SAlllIIJ7'iIlAQ, ll"iw1vr'fw4'f!,Goclnfv, Clmiouwii, Illrmrlfmlr, Rinlouy APllit'P'X0ll. Gumfri c. Krlwym, Yerlzvrnlll, Swing Ifixw1lr'.1tQw', llurzcflfle, Srl1l1m', Gwninjaf. Roerlw, filldlllj, GILHIXHII, I.cHl.1m, lfr'iri,xw1, H.1mu1, f.l.1mu1. ROI!" 2: Kelllmri, Moak, Mnsorz, ll"ufl1lJol:, Hoppe, Hunlwl, RON" If Blair, Zuslmug Lzrfou, T., Illliillilf, I..lV'YOII, R., Sflwhring. m 1 5 Q +R A 'l IUNIOR GREGG s nf' at nffsmn nfl? 6,659 is '. on The junior Gregg Club spent an interesting and busy year involving a wide variety of activities. During the ihristmas season. club members exchanged gifts. which provecl interestirig. At another meeting Mr. Burton clemonstr.itccl the use of the clictaphone recorder and the transcriber, On one occasion a local beau- tician explained hair styles and cosmetics for office wear. Dues were also collected for the Vfaugonian Council Scholarship. The club officers were: president, Roxanne Cilaselz yiceapresident, Grace Krienke: secretaryvtreasurer. Sandy Kriegerg Watigcinittn Council Representatives, Judy Birt, Joanne Mathie. 'l he Projc-ctionist Club planned its actixities to fulfill the two-fold objective of the organization. First, the service which members gixe to the school. Members keep the equipment in order and operate the vari- ous machines for auditorium programs, club sessions and classroom showings. Second, members participate in a well-rounded training program which permits them to develop personal competence for present situations and for future use. lfach member obtains an operating license after passing tests in proficiency. Major project for the year was the benefit movie "Battle Cry" shown to earn money for the Waugon- ian Scholarship Fund. Other activities for the year included field trips, speakers, and demonstrations of new equipment in the audio-xisual field. PROIECTIO IST CLUB . . . , cs.. 5 ,. ... L "l 9: . T wu- 1 S rf grif QCA ' F' ' at l l A-'di .Lip bs fl im 4 Ki, s , ', l U t- P I r K FUTU R IT C1 FARMERS OF - AMERICA 'vfafif -A 05 . Q Elf- C9 53 es-in rx A "fx uv L gf- es BOOK CLUB ' fi' O N The Wausau Senior High School Chapter of Future Farmers of America is an organization of farm boys enrolled in Voca- tional Agriculture in our high school. The, primary purpose of this organization is the deselopment of agriculture lead- ership, cooperation and citizenship. It is affiliated with the State Association and the National Organization. The local activitiy is usually highlighted hy an educational tour of the midwest states after school is out. The officers are: Leonard Hollman, President: Ralph Buch, Vice President: Lester Hannemann, Secretary: DuXVayne Zam- zow, Treasurerg Bill Mortenson, Reporter: Jerome Behnke, Sentinel. , , K The Book Cluh functions for the purpose of encouraging an interest in reading. The activities of the club included a visit to the Marathon County Historical Museum, and book reviews which were given both by students and outside speakers. The officers are: President, john Lenardg Vice- president, julia McCarten: Secretary, Corrine Golag Program Chairman, Lynette Thurs. ROW' 4: Real, Clemens, Smith, Marquardt, Pledger, Rohn, Rosemurgy, johnson. Doty, Cass Krueger, Olson, Sanford. ROW' 3: Walxh, Meyers, Moebius, lforeen, Schaefer, Krueger, Nuern burg, Kraatz, Poeske, RON" 2: Black, Zaslrow, Bennetl, joseph, Selizer, Sloelerau, Mohr, Mc Iiarbron. ROW' I: Saltmlor, Kesxe, Morterrson, Helbirk, Slurgeon, Moy, Strecok, Madden. MATH CLUB Q0 I Na .Q , 1 pf S l 4 ' -" I F- Xi' ' n . Our Students Learn B Doing 1g My 11111,xlcv1111f1'c 115 Art lllifilllffil' 1 ' R1fi11c'111111111 111111 1.11111 U".1l1f loci 1111. 3,M1. Gfvlmu ,sfmzzxs Rofamf .N'11l:1'l 111111 111111113110 511,301 101110 of Nw 1111111 111111111 111 111110 1111111 1r111ii11g. gif .1,M1'. B11l,x11n'1f l',X11I1liPI.S .1 nmrc 11111111111 11r11f1l1'111 111 ximfllc 1111411611111 .x11r'11r111'111111 10 ,v1111ler1ls ll"111'l1l1'r1 111111 Kurfff. J, M114 U 111, lnzslorjy 1c'111'f1er, mas 11 11'r1r'l1l 1111111 In 11111111 11111 ffl fH11rg11ret llwolf 11111I N R11'f111r1l Koxlku 11 lou' of the 111150115 fur flu' 11rmv11t Alizldfc lim! .md S1101 61111111 IVIXIJ. Q Na' X 1 'Thu- x 42' -'I if .f -'51 x " ah' .11 ,iw 1 M-Q... 1, .N iF?C'i,5,f-ww f,'X'Y.1t2'.-N-eg-,4"'1 m 'Q-TWYTXLF -X N N - ,Q Xblv- .- -X 'i N .4 T' --.N-"'Lr-M N.,: 'SLI 22 .xr..'r'1N'xt1 ,-., , N, -1-N822-J: --1 :,N-2 :L'fx 's:s'.xn,.vx" rx 1-If 5-.1 Q-xsi Tgxlcb Zfubx EFRY9 x-xA:'- XM 2 3-..,:,..x-: . :.':.,QN?, Q 'xxr-. N EQ -1, Kiln :5b-axxzaf. N-'A -NNN -.. ' -1.,a:f f ,sw -N5.xN, Q21-1 :1-QN FK?-X-.X .IQX -.. nw, 1-:x - K ,... I ihsxltlf 3 57?-zbxefsr wtfqfxf' .4 N.-.-xg' , lf: ,,v2bv-.P 'XL 2?.4Q--Lge N21 x-,nys N,y1: 2 New ,K.,-. 4 -- g N- N.,-NN E S :' 3 in , ,,Q-f,N:L F CE:-J:--X 1 ,mv:-,1fff , ..N,..-.,. . X dvi! - - , lr--'qw -Q,,,,,v , . iw 14311 I JN 1 1-4 ii S T S i DH 13 H ,Aff B SQUAD I' Yr' 'lf 'l' g-1 v 1 U54 Hy f I, QQ 4 N15 I air ' Q IX :vc Qyi 9:91 Lf H , an-1 t A 4 Q .U A ,,... 'KJ txh 191' sl if 1: TH vm A l D 5 n 1- Q 4!1!'Y yn v-Lf C' 'S' v 'v vw vw 1' 1 Q 1 'A' Q' 'ff 'II 1 ROI! 3 lorulcr D l mnux lirarzrlcrzlzlzrg Rose Chnstmmon Becker ll etucr Tberlrq U bmng R011 2 Iirmier Ii ulzmu Smzll H III 4 lui fulm Pulmtr Lawrcme Gnu Oxtrtmdtr RON I Slal mer Clans 114111501 MrL.ubror1 L lub! l OIIGVIEIINCII N lub Ixxllel Ostrtwder lxellbufb The 1956 Wausau Lumberjack football squad was not as strong as those IH recent years The coaches had a lot of green maternal to work wlth, but they dld a flne job of formmg a sarslty squad They flnlshed with a 5 2 1 record This marks the first year Wausau was m the Bxg Rners Confcr ence The best games of the year were played against Wheaton and Pau Claire All work ID these games were tops ln es cry department errw Fish and Bob McCabe were honored by being P1 VARSITY FOGTBALL placed on the All Conference team Brockmeyer gaxe much credit to hrs assistants Mr Yellch Mr Botsford and Lowell ohnson and the managers for the fxne lob they performed Unlnke last year s tcam the 1956 squad vnas plagued with lnjurxes to kes men throughout the season As a result mam rcserxes were gnen a chance to play Many good plaxers are remammg so nt looks like the 1957 squad vull be a good one to watch A SQL an fl .- it we-S 1 67-gs 6,12 1 1-4' ROV' 3 Tureb Hoppe, Cramer Brorkmeyer, Sxppl, Zulawmk, Hoirlnkrxs, Rosemurgyl Czerwmskx. ROW 2 Erzgebrerbt, larnow, Eggebrcrbi, B Umnus, Kerr, Loppnow, Me1labt1,Ca5e, McCabe, Manser, Fxsh ROW l . A ,az , , " mis. .35 50 n- H' A .at , 5 '1 L V75 ' ' " T' "" . v 1 ' . . 1 1 ' ,E . 1.1 . 1 -14 Q., t :- . 5' f 5, 1 ' sr .-, 0- ' - l an " ' 4 " ' 2' zu: T' 'A' i r ' '1 ' M: 1 'ep -L+ " ' 'V v -P . l ,-f 4 T' T: 1 '.' 1 vu. KX Q g. "ff ' .. .. 5. :lf lf .P J '-4, 1 +41 1 . , . O , N .".f fy ,tfy X A lpv l .1 x .f,,-, Y J lp. 46' Ati! t .D ip U1 f I, :H K I 1 ' 'H K Ura. Y I I fl? 4 Q 1 ' ' ' X , 1 J- TT' 'A - if -1 ' , l - an J"'1 H -f 1 - 1 ' " .. , 1, tv ag- 1 n' ' - ' 'V' W" Nl t . V- x K 0 'H . K 'Al f 1 S 5 P,,,.l - V 1 x- A t -- i L . H K A' M gl. A K Q. sl ,wg 1. " I. J ,K A 1 I 1 ' , ' I' ' . . V V -, , v . . ' 7 . . ' 7 ,- J v ' I 1 r ' V A - ' , V 1 , I . ' . J , ' " , ', f ' 1 -I ' , 1 , V - , ' ' ' , ' . "1 i . 4 l . F ,I..l . f ny 9 -rl 3 'Q' gl C3 . ' ' 'S if "' "" "' 1 T' Gy. AJ- A, . 8 2 I . u N I I T U X 3 , -af -. K nf' J ' . A 1 .,,. ' 3 -- -- Q V If 1 1 S de u f Allard Wearef Wbxtzn Becker Stone Forexler D Umnu: llOl Pl y 1956 X111 ABI N' 111111, ll l 3 -fi' MFILAHN Tackle ROSFML RCIY Fulllmzk KFRR Cenfer 1 53 TARNOW Halfbarb BROCKNIFYER Quarterbark LOPPNOW Half bark MINOMINH 15 XY AUSAU 13 XX ausau w1s able to hold the utcrm lhltlltlllll nee texm to 1 tue lhxs 511116 w lb phgucd hx 111 1m penalues Ihe squad howexer dxd .1 good ,oh m thelr flrst game bHlBOYGAN LINFRAL 0 XX ALbAl1 28 The offense showed up well agamst thns lox Ruer Lonfereme team 18 they were belten 8 to 0 hx XX iusiu XX Hl ATON 0 XY ADSAU 70 NX 1us1u w1s 1ble to hold thls fmt ICIIH store less for the second year ln successlon Ihxs 511116 was one of the best that the XY ausau squad pllyed this se1son HOI I MAN FGCFBRPCHT Half bark nz l'lSH 'Iarkle All Conlerenre All Slate 3 f 'l.11U1' Clif Nllfli lnllmtf . in - .- H5 . NN ' f ff r - ' W A - " l ' ' ' ai ' ' 2 2 1 .MI E 0 " 1 'z . A A , X E5 .le gf, l U - , , ee f - S - -11 - -, 1 1 . we ,1 ,, . 1. U V 1 V, y fl ., . Q- .1 - x - A H 1, 5, X I A 1 K - Q P jj? . 1 ,fy l ' :X Q N X ' ' . 1 I Ji I l A l A ' Q 3 ' 1' ' 1 3 l - I 19' k i: ' , i ' N-' " 1 iw Q ll he gf M 11 ef- " Af fl , ' I .J 45 . A 1' " , 1-. . . ' 1 'X 'Trai ' ' 5 Y' 5 ' ,' , W' , I. N 'V' Q 1' . ' . A l l . K ' ll ' . ll ' 1 Il' 1 l Q X ' 1 . X . ' , 1 H , 4 115 1' x XRQITY SQUAD XXISCONSINI RAPIDS lfi VUALSAU 19 -Xu emotnonll slde of football was played ID this game whleh was won hs Vkausau I9 14 SllXlNSPOlNl 15 XXAL5Ab 6 lhxs LXLIIIHE llomeeomtng game was vson bS XX :usnu due to elutch bill eirrung by Bob Me fthe XX mstu suffered xnyurles to some of its plnets lhls resulted rn ehanges in the llneups of the future games llNlll I3 XXAI 5AU 7 Nltrmette won thxs hard fought game by thenr fme exeeutton of fundamentals I A iROSbI KINIRAL 0 XX ALSAU 31 XX tustu vson quite easily m thxs game The La Crosse fentrtl team thus season was not one supertor strength IAI CIAIRI' 21 VSAUSAU 15 In spite of the loss Vsausau plaxed a good pared to in axerage of 80 by other opponents XM 1? SIPPI 7UI.AXVNllx Iurkle Ln: . A LLARD End L 1. I INGFBRFCHT 7 arkle STONI' Cerner TULFK Guard KIINXXINI lxl 2 ill ll i C' -'15 R TL 'C' UMINI S 'Iamkle MANSFR Full bark CASE Guard 1511! 7 , llifl KlSw ' k Q t1r'lerfJ.1rl' Q -' .ijf1.'.'H ,- S' 5' '2 X fix- ' 4 V, .4, I y Q 'I I yfv. . f-V V :V iv! . .. ., . . ,, ., i is HAI t 1 lx , - r Q' 1 ' ' of . . ' ' . ' ' . l W, I. l "' game.k'I'he jacks made 2,82 yards in this game com- Q 2 ' ' 1' . - F .' X - QQ gf 4 f 3 all 1.89 F g I 5. 1 A s l ' , ' -.LQX N i V x , of - E Y e f . ' x I . 5 ' ll. , Q ' 'A - L- N A ' , ,. , T I t 0'-J..-. Q , 5 f Y ...Q l - 4 ' A' g 7 0 l Q ' , . , 1 . 'ix 1 as D" Q ' A N ' - , 3 7 -X O J f 6 .' G . . X , - s I ' ' L4 - , 7 - V s . . Q ' Q1 , ' r .z ,f' 3 t ,Q K O' I K E X ' ' sl , -.L ' as - 3 , , R N .',.. ' 'fx ' l I ' X .. 1 , .K 'VN ' ' h ' RA 1 J -1 .K 'Ralf - -'fx 1 - XX - :. ' ' 4. I ' 1 ' . H Gf1d1fCDH Actum ' 1 'S x f f KX f IA I gum! mm ff Sn 41x lam li, Ill It on 1guuxl Nfflmyg I 1 7 Ol 71 x 1 Q if L H L LIHKLI 1 I HI lllflk HI 7 Turrmu fnh srepf Rapxdx Iarklcrx 6 Broeker grrmlx 0141 exlm yardage ugfum! if elude uould la Slaeboyqun 7 Three U ker mares around end 8 Tar prepares In llnrou u kay blank beulon farilers more H1 as Bron :mu breubc mln the :leur as Mezblan 44 I, Jhldfu unriu for gum .IQJIIII ll"fu.1.'m 3. lfxfl IIIII Ill fn lfu' I. ff: .4'." Rn . V 1 r ' I, 3,41 Ifug 1 UM ff- ux .1 if ll K, ,NL f.1f xg x..'.' V' KUII. ,F 4. 3141.11 mule fn mnlugl .fx Frm H1 ,' -N .ml .H , 1411 i' Qu, X 3 1 ' ' J x J ' o' f, ' ,' to - If Lf, 5 'K .fffx Xb 'I' , . -' ,JL Z-I --t . . ,. x f.. QA. . 1 14 g l 4' i -1 in . f I' 5 R xiii? '?""1e,1- ,-:,,. I .IIT R ,,. ,V I Y K ity.. . I Q I ' 7, A fl? .. ,, . hw 'fl ' , 4 r X I' S'-Q '. ' .' f- . J ' e ' , WI' ' b I 1 S' W ' J J'-r NIM! FNMI BRI 'ISHN C,lllRlfNK. MANAGERS . . The managers, as in previous years, performed their many, many duties with the skill of veterans. The Senior manager this year was Dale Gehring. He led the boys in seeing that the equipment was in good condition and the field ready for the game. Our thanks go to the boys behind the scenes for their fine help. Cfonfelli flies at the big game AQ I -'D 'F all". 1 h ve V' FOOTBALL COACHES . . . Head Coach Brockmeyer, line coach Yelich, end coach Botsford, and B-team coach johnson combined their efforts to produce another team of fine standing. With the selection of jerry Fish as tackle on the All-State team, Brockmeyer has had fourteen players from the Wausau squad in All-State ratings since 1945. This is probably the best record in the state. Coach johnson did a fine job in leading the B-team to a perfect season, winning all of their five games. Tom Yelich did an excellent job developing a front line, both offensively and defensively. Rudy Botsford had plenty of ends to work with and skilled them in many performances. Hats off to the coaching staff for a fine season. 119 't'9'1B Risen mls ffl 1 N ix f ROI! 3 Btzrlnlmbu 1 Iullel R Iuttel Fly jolmou ll onlen Mrmllvu Ixoxlka Lorlmer Al le: Loran en RON 2 Stlvull Sclweuc joseph Grbrorr Bah! Rzcblcr Morgan mgr U em kauf ll endorf Poerke Detlmermg Green Goetsrb ROW l Brendemuelal Wesland Page Brze zmxkr Matbrex Tbompxan lzduurds Anderson Drelzler Dreuek CROSS COUNTRY 1956 Page leudx .Squad HI ll arm ups STATF CHAMPS Wausau the only undefeated team ln the state rn XY' I A A prep crrcles had an outstanding year as they took flrst m thelr class at thc state meet at Hartford won the anesulle Inutatxonal meet and extended thexr dual meet won lost record to 31 stralght wms Under the leadcrshlp of Coach Bull Smnley and honorary cap tam B1ll Mathles the team pnled up 10 wms 0 losses for the season The following team members received letters Seniors B111 Mathles Chet Edwards Ron Thompson and Date Page umors Bob Welland Gerald Anderson ohn Drewek Ron Brzezmskl and Don Dletzler Coach BILL SMILEY ' f" Y 2123 a liz ,Ai gf pw' V 4 ' - 'J ' - l I x 342 llii 6 49 5 i l 1 fx' 'sa it lf? 7 PM-ii W3-Ii i M ga? sk an 54 I ROI!" Z: K. f3fl'IlIft'IIIll6'l7l, R. Ziebell, Uvbiling, T. I.w1sdorf, B, Kvrr, T. Kclllmfk. ROW' I: K. Arz- rlcrson, M. Brorkmeyer, f. Roxemurgy, A. Crank. ID, Dutrisac, j. Ifislv. . VARSITY BASKETBALL SQUAD The XVausau Lumberjacks started the season very slowly by dropping the first game to Madison XX'est 66-49. The Lumberjacks won only three of the first eight games, Following four defeats in a row, the team started to catch fire and won 12 while losing 3 for the remainder of the season. They finished with a 15-8 record. The conference record of 5-3 was good enough to win a tie for second place in the Big Rivers Con- ference with Marinette. Dick Dutrisac and john Rose- VARSITY SCORING XX'ausau -i9 Madison West 66 XX'ausau 72 Point XVausau 75 Marinette 62 Wausau 76 I.aCrosse Waiusati 62 Oshkosh SZ Wausau 84 Rapids XX'ausnu 78 Rapids 65 XX'ausau 61 Marinette Vfausau 75 Shorewood 77 XVausau 69 Menominee Wfausau 69 Menominee 72 XY"ausau 75 Shawano XXVQIUSHU 60 Madison East 66 W'ausau 69 Point XVausau 66 Eau Claire 79 XVausau 54 Eau Claire XX'.iusau 80 Baraboo 55 W'ausau 65 La Crosse SUB-REGIONAL SCORES XXX-iusau 75 Nekoosa 67 VC"ausau 87 Everest REGIONAL XVausau 70 Medford 59 SECTIONAI. W'ausau 75 Hortonville 62 Wausau Si Shawnno 60 75 64 65 SS 76 S S 49 S4 65 70 murgy finished 2-3 in the conference scoring with 176 and 174 points respectively. Shorewood was the victim of the best single night's work of the season as Dick Dutrisac burned the nets with 44 points on 15 field goals and 14 free throws. john Rosemurgy bagged 58 against La Crosse for XVausau's hi hest individual con- ference work. Dutrisac was selecte one of the members of the All Star Conference team. john Rosemurgy was selected one of the members of the second team. lNlARSHAI. TAYLOR, LOXVELL JOHNSON Buifelfiaff Courlves ,l 2 jr. . M1 V 4.15 54,4- B Rx 'X , I I R l 5 O ll! .AQ . Q iffii Q :Q 'gf' 'av H v P qui! I A y ,ii . I f 'I I 1 1 5 - 1 A - i4 . Varsity Basketball Squad fu bell Hrozkmeyer Crank Dutrxsac Rosemurgy XX'h1t1ng Cronk Kerr Brockmey er Goetsch Brendemuehl Kellbach Znebell Fish Lonsdorf Anderson Fu 1 lxerr Anderson Rosemurgy SCORING 2 Lonsdorf x I jkk i ll ' 4 J H.AA.lA.L11 r Dulruuf RECORD 0 ll lntmg I IJJLEILILL .Ji Mx' I 'fly I -if. ". '. is f' 1 i ,iz by lil -ggi 44.15 1 J- 3.1! '- fig y Wy A .1 lf. . w-4 . L ' ' - . f' 3. " ,XJ .1 I 4 X-lx 7 K, ff' Y! ll xx 'A' A 1? 5 5 4, , ,. 9: 1, X - l ,' Mila K fx' . ,-U xr,f ,B H , 1 S ,A .ill . p ,.' 'I J il 1- -N Q 1 ll fa .1 ytk , I ' fufafw if 'WYJY' if 1 1 4 ' f . 1 1 34 f 4 . 33 X55 I 44 ip 51 ' y i . l ', r 'Ali l y1u1.- V 'Q -. ., 3, . . 'I Q rj! f f in jr 7 -r. C ini -ein-ew-f up I ,J 4 ROI!" 2: N. Fislv, G. Thompson, A. Hroeker Bolrl, R, Ggggtrlv, L, uH0d1'l'V, Q , A ff, rf' '- ' y ROW' I: K. Lawrence. ll". Ilirmer, C. Palmer, R. Erzlmtm, R, Smith. cs , X JD, 4, I 1, 4.14 C' df '?- x I VV2 's i C 41' 1 'xllk M li' of 0 1' fx. N ,' Q- L uf, BT, QWC I l ' RUB 'F "fx at MLZWILQ ,L fgkf rx vv 4 f X-N HB SQUAD BASKETBALL XV4 4 4, K 4 fmt ,A , x " 1 ' .- N,T lxkxvjlx Lf 5. The Wausau "B" team finished the season with an Wfeaver wa's1IQ"mRt a e from the floor, hitting 11-6 record. Two games were lost by 1 point and five of the six defeats were by three points or fewer. Dave Hinner and Art Broecker led the scoring with 128 points apiece. Richard Smith had the hottest single night in the Menominee game with 26 points. Clark M. Goetsch, Nuernberg, j. Meyers Managers 43 times. Hinner was high th 58 gift tosses. Several of the players played well in varsity competition during the season and are expected to give us another good year next year. These are Mike Brockmeyer, Tom Kell- bach, Roger Ziebell, Rollin Goetsch, and Bob Kerr. Wausau Wausau Wausau Wausau Wausau Wausau Wausau Wausau Wausau Wausau Wausau Wausau Wausau Wausau Wausau Wausau Wausau 41 48 58 S0 76 41 61 59 55 64 58 41 55 SS 64 43 41 "B" TEAM S CORES 1 D. C. Everest Marinette , Oshkosh Rapids , Menominee Madison East Eau Claire .. . Baraboo , ,, .,,.,. Point I.a Crosse Rapids Marinette CO.T.J Menominee Shawano Point Eau Claire La Crosse 31 57 59 55 40 44 65 34 46 S5 49 42 44 51 55 50 56 , , . ' xv... ----,-.- ffl 'R LING . g,,,,,,!,,,g I . Krug 17. Kturier, G. Olxlmmki, A, Blum:- u.ntll. liitmur, I. Aflflvrhwg, IJ. liecmvr, M. Sis- ilvo, I.. Hula, G. lrlmn, H. lily, H. Oestrffitlr, H. Paler- mu, ll li.1lu,ll', liunlwl, Af. Alorrouy ll". Pmlvl, l'0!1Gllt'LlVlLH, R. Gruykouwki, B. Btu'lJlJuher, K. fyillfll. IV. llnnrmg, 15. Hoffman. Kneeling: S. Dun- iinl, 'lf funn, 'I'rt'l4, IJ. Huernke, 'l'. Uexlreirb, P. jllilffdll I' Minorl 'I' Ymlw Coarla H. jalmwn. l Xxxlllfl 1, -is Xxx f lv. The XY'ausau Senior High Curling Clphattended fqurbonspiqld this year. Une was held here at XY'au5au whijek the other three iwere at Madison, Poynette, and Portage. In the llonspiel held at Portage, Wausau was able to win the firsl tilrteflevenrs. Cqtiipetltign was vegy keen. Most of the games wyererlft ldecidedilimtil We laststlonl: was Xkiild. 'l l The jim DeTienne rink czlgflired first eveiitllionorsyilhe Par. beau. t rink took second event horiiorslag1d'the.Gldhn Urlfm rink tiob third event honors. The bonspiel .attraeted ill rin s from 8.ihools. . i In the home curling elilb, thexjini De'Tl ne rink took fthe 'Chaga- pionship by defeating the Daygxggoernkei lliik 8-Ytkln thqlmxlxedgblln- spiel the Bill Peterson rink wgislyictoriottslf X ver the rink. . 1 ' ' K , 1 g a llll ' 'x . F I-' lv it i l t., 1 , 2 vi' l l . Oestreicb and Boernke rlear uuuu' the stoner as Bale: looks on. I . Offirers of the Curling Club .' Tim jones, Dare Boernke, Merrill Sisrba, and Tom Zurb. 2 3. Courb jolm-son Jlvowx Mike Allard bow il'5 done. ,-.., Nd fox SldIllll!IKQ.' IJ. lluolsocgel, A. Uqirl, R. Uuier, D. Egge lzrtftlvl, K. Davis, R. Slfdfkbflfl, A. Slulvmer, F Sl'l7l!It'llIltQ, I.. Sulrexen, IJ. l.t',!1ir15ii, llltllormld, T Erirkson, l.. U"0odu'ard, D. Prflm, P. Hulkvmu, A lferk, P. juneau, D, Slmmzou, R. Nuernberg, 1. Mey ery. XIUILFY, D. Cltfnlenx, T. Zuvlv, U. Dietzler Knftling: 17. Kinney, I,E'7.l6P171l'. R. xufllorzuld, E 'I'c5xn1er, Al. Allard. G. lifbdll, R. Uwier, F. Uvilson C.ouzlJ H. folmsorl. 2 7? 4-T i i maya,- STA.N'Dl.N'G: Left to rigbl: Mirblig, Mueller, Nowilzkc, l.oclmer, Gibran, jahmon, Cramer, Bulz, Ringwelsbi, Rislozv, Luedlke, Von Gnecblen. KNEELING: Left lo righf. Share, Ilfelanson, K. Lrwilzke, Bluir, Sporisky. HGCKEY . . . The XX'ausau high school hoc- key team started its season with a nucleus of 5 lettermen: Don Cramer, Leonard johnson, and Don Balz. Graduation took the entire first team so new faces were quite evident on the 1957 squad. Regular starters included Ken Lewitzke, NX'illiam Lochner, Dan Ristow, Dick Ringwelski, Bill Melanson, and Stan Sporisky. The scores for this year indi- cate a stronger defense than of- fense. All games lost were by a one goal margin, with 3 games going the overtime route. The best offensive game was played in the final game with Rhine- lander. Graduation will not be too severe for Leonard johnson, Stan Sporisky, and Don Cramer will be the only losses. HOCKEY SCORES Wausau 7 Eau Claire 0 Wausau 2 Rhinelander 3 Wausau 3 Madison Central 2 Covertimej Wausau 1 Stevens Point 2 fovertimej Wausau 2 Madison West 5 fovertimej Wausau l Stevens Point 2 Wausau 2 Eau Claire 0 Wausau 4 Rhinelander 5 126 W' va, 9 F? F J' 4,,.,,,...q . z.....i.....-.A..iLl g : . , . -.. ' ..a ,,.4v -,1 x :oi KU!! I P.n':t'r, Oslmnrler, -4 , f .1 ,rj l 1l'i'rn1i.:V, l JMU- -,. 1 V , ., 4 ' R013 I Smlw, Kurmen J ,X ' ' " bgyg, R. l'nlmim, T. Hier , 9 535 lmzuv. v .V W -.s, ., .4-4, 9- FN l . , 1 wgajff .V ai XX'.l.A.A. STATE CHAMPS ROW' 2: Izrdmtm, Fitzke, Ktmnenberg, Peter- son, Payzer. ROW' 1: l'rbtm, Bierbmuer, Sinha, Ostran- der, l1"endorf, Foresler. SKI TEAM . . . The ski team was under the direction of Miss Bonvincin and Al Gabrilska. Wausau was again host to the W'.I.A.A. state meet. Three teams from XY'ausau participated in the event. Wausau cap- tured first place in the event. BOXVLING . . . Under the guiding hand of Al Gab- rilska, our intramural bowling pro- gram was again a huge success. The boys rolled up many impressive scores. Bowling their way to the top were tlre 500's with Z5 wins and 11 losses. Other bowlers deserving recognition are Don Bates and Al Mecikalski, doubles champs, Jud Marquardt, singles champ, Stan Sporisky, who rolled the high game of 234, and Don Bates, who closed the season with the best average of 158. The '56-'57 seasons proved to be a good one for our bowl- mg participants. a 1 Miss Bonvincin and Al Gab rilska, Ski Coaches . BOWLERS ROI!" 2: Lot-bner, Stoetemu, Chris- litmsen, Daly, Whelwlyolz, De Tien- ROIV 1: Slove, Kuuiz, Rirburdt, Lopfm-ou', Rusrb. v S -f' i' Qs' 'L , 1 ll 1xx 1 1111111111 H1111 5111 H1 1 xxx 1 VIPIIII 3 6111111 1x11 NH 1 IN CHXX HOMI ROOM INTRAMURAI BAbIxI T BALL CHAMPS l r x 1r11t11m the 1IlIf1ll1LlI'l1 b1skclb1ll pr113,r1111 xx IS 1 11111111111 IH 1 C1lffCI'Cl'lI mmmr thm oxhnr xr. 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'VOLLEYBALL The volleyball team was again coached by Al Gab- rilska. They played a host of practice games with the "Y," the University lixtension, and other schools in this area. The High School team entered the state tour- nament, but was defeated in the sectional by Mosinee, who won the sectional tournament and thus earned the right to enter state finals. BASEBALL As in previous years, Coach Taylor had a tremendous job in forming a varsity- team with bad weather pre- venting the needed practice before the scheduled games. In addition to the scheduled games, the XVausau team planned to enter the state tournament held late in May. Row 5: Lwmrd. Zurmmn, Ifbmke, Dufrisnr, Hinner, Hoppe. Felrb. Ziebell. Row 2: Bakr, Sf'Pl0fdt'ki, Goelxrb, Kuhn, Arzdvrxorz, Mirltlig, Lewitzie. Row 1: Gehrkc. Lorenzen, Tbompxon, Ruscb, Hoffman, Unoller, Schaefer. I , np p y XF' ' gli. ffm Pt - . t . x' ' X .1 if ' I We . Nd? 415 kk 1-vi Xj23i'iX . P I -f I L A 3- . Row 4: Beemer. Kowrb, Moebius, Scblag, Halm, Share, Petterxon, Broerker, Boebmer, Lawrence, D. Umnus, R. Cmnus, IJrt'u't'k, Coach Smiley. ROW 31 Sfbullz, L. Nuys, Filxzbe, jolmxon, Ktnzncnlufrg, D. Nast, Latimer Kerr, Palmer, Ktfrsemeier, Iasfor, Illoerk, Morgan. Row 2: Anderson, Crank, Brzezimki, Goelsrb, Page, Lopp- now, Muibies, Etluurzls. Thompson, Poeske, IVinnie. Row 1: Brendemuebl, Srbubring, Il"eir, Schilling, Juneau, Sippl, Dillmerirzg, lVendorf, Tomrzack, Seefeldt. v Our 1957 track squad started out in great shape. In the now, Page, Cronk, Tarnow, Mathies, Weiland, Goetsch, first meet at Vfisconsin Rapids they copped a sixth place. and Brzezinski. just a week later again at XY'isconsin Rapids they improved As we now go to press two of our scheduled meets have so much that they came home with an impressive second been played. If the boys do as well in the next ten as they place. did in the first two, XVausau Senior High will have a team This year Coach Smiley has a squad of about sixty boys. they can be truly proud of. Of this group there are nine lettermen, They are Lopp- 1957 TRACK SQUAD . . TRACK SCHEDULE . if MEET- 73,31 r , 'X K . Wisconsin Rapids Indoor NATM Invitational at Wisconsin Rapids Wisconsin Rapids Indoor - Relays . ' . atiWisconsin Rapids 5' A Triangular g 5" fMenominee, WJ V I at Marinette ' Trian ular 4- ' - ' fShav5ano-Everestj ' at Wausau A. , ' i Dual Meet - Wausau - 'i Qy V 1 ,X i t-+V at Wistmmnsin Rapids 71 'V-' L , kt Dual Meet - Stevens Point .. . .- '. ii ,M ' , I at Wausau P -I' -3- K y- " Rf". I Pentangular Meet ' ' ii' I R25 I at Wausau -pu h ' ' A. Central Wisconsin Relays 1' '- 13,1 is KZ . 1 I at Stevens Point is ,.. .Vu ...gil Peacock Relays - A Q7-fgfie' 'A i "V at La Crosse .44 - ' ' ,' nivvll- ! p Big Rivers Conference ' ' T Fir xg -'S ,. ' f at Wausau L' Lu j Q ii ' Sectional Meet -',, J., " f- at Stevens Point. ' C' State Meet at Madison - -14 J liiixx 1 liens l ,Wu il he Wausau Senior lligh golf team was coached by Win lirocluneyer. 'l'welve members tried for the team with no returning lettcrmen. XXVHLISJLI played games with Rhinelander, Wisconsin Rapids, Shawano, D. C. lfxerest, liau Llaire, and xmupaa., No results were available as this copv goes to press. C Rim 2: 1,t'llill'?1IIL, fixfhlfltftl, .'lUu'r1, I.llU!l.1II, Row l 1 Biulvlvnlnr, lull. Gibifnl, I Irtn, l rfmrz, lx.n:it, lnukutlziiilvl, Pinnml. ii, .si.11t?X, Nllt'V7Ihl'7'AH, l'fn'i ilu, Pt .nwfn1. lfifteen boys were out on the court for tryouts for the tennis team this year. jerry Fish was the only letter- m.in returning from last years team. The squad had games scheduled with Nlarinette, XY'isconsin Rapids, lzau Claire, Rhinelander, Stevens Point, ,and La Crosse. The squad was under the capable direction of Lowell Ylohnson, new tennis coach. tmtlv jnfwirnl, T E N N S ' A 4 F1 a I, 1, 15 5.5 I 3 Rn 'C' V ,,,,L..--- 31 if . ' W.. I -:r ' 1 - Q by Noon Hour Activities N I. Al Meciknlski imrl Don Bates tlrntlrles rlmmps: fml M4ll'!flliI?'!ll, the imliridtml bozrlirtg flmmp. 2. Lining up xl slvot on llae mrom lrourzl. 3. Gut .mtl Ilurder prepare their lmml as their opponents look on. 4. Beverly W'olfe, Suzette Vogt, Mar- lene Van Slute, Virginiu Yessu, stop for the pause tba! refreshes. 5. Ron Grimm uuits for the serre. 6. Don Bates puts a lot of wrist artion buck of the ball. 7. A little' friendly fouclning from Hussong and Allen. 8. Chess is a gums whifb requires u slmrp mind and profound contentm- tion. 132 MAJ ning I I' J -":"'..q -A '-A 7. 1 2 L I ! 4 ull . .:?, ix, 72' "F in ' G7 1 , 'la 'W f x .X I . o , A i 1 J . 1 O s X' y 1 . I J- . I 1 'YW f fhmx , -T- 1 34.2. 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'S'--.J BASEBALL All ue uant xs a home run Lou PLEASI: Img Alldx Laurenre Mus Becker Bellm Moore Adamskx Harkbartb Szllars GIRLS PHYSICAL Actxvmes ln the Glrls Physlcal Educa tlon classes are dctermlned by class snze fa c1l1t1es needs, and seasons In general, these HCIIVIIICS mclude table tennis, softball bad mlnton tennns basketball volleyball rmg work tumbling archery and danclng Other general health actnmes mclude the taklng of eye readings helghts welghts posture, and general health checks Sophomores and semors are hmnted to one semester of actlve work and jumors hase two semesters Don! walrh the ramemmun girls Arrhery lerlmxque being xlluslrated Burk Beltxn Otto Barrel! and Ilannenmn listen Mus Berber record: eyexxghl m gym classes uffgmu gly , lf . , , ' . 'H 5. h J I G' L "' . J w Q 'S Q' t 3, I v 'H . 'Q , - , 3 ' n r. , if 3 ' '. I, ' . s ' - , N fm S ' u- N Y F' I 's PX fa gm -,h i 5, E vt ., . 5 ' A Q, . . 5 1 Q. Q.. , . - f L v,' Z I 'E u A ,T , . , T x . ,i ,5, X . I .,' - Q ' 4 " mea-A ' 8 ll - , 5 ' ' 1 . ' f 1' a . ff ' - if , Q. . vu 1 . 1 +4 - , KHTXQ., x- ' , tx U ' . H ll , 1 f , ' .. ' f I , , fi . . . Q K- I . . . X l DUCATION CLASSFS Cnrls track was introduced for the flrsr tune thls scar at Wausau Senior Hlgh Becky Klug lb demonstratlng one phase of track m thus plcture by clear mg the low hurdles Voelzke Gease Kufahl Soukup and Chrlstlansen watch her all around good form and graceful style Watch em Ref Burlelt and Otto vbou then talent at reffmg u lmsbelbull game Klug starts the game uxlh 4 pusy to one of her teammulex and orer A zofleyball game m sesxxon Lu-2 ai I a 1 I 9 ' 9 I X . . K ' A , ,ts lx ,.-' n ' J ' " a, is F555 Q Al' O, llkfl All ur fflj IU ml 1 mu f j H1 ull 0 Smvx MISS BH lxli Dzrutnr 4 llungmzzrm lonmzl Rtf77LKlPIf1fl1l 'TWO ASSOQIAIION ALIIXIIIIS Nlgmbershrp m the lube md xcrx mme bxrls Alhleuc ASSLDCIAIIOU rs open t ill girls Intra mural athlcms for gurls m the icmor llrbh school TOP G A A P olleylzall flamps BOTTOM GAA Baskerlmll Champs I 136 H- L'-5.- lre rondunted bx thxs orgmumon under the lead ershlp of bemor Sport Heads md rhur umor as slsmnts md lre under fuultx superusnon Luge tournaments are held fmnurillx III table tenms bovslmg bislretblll sollubdll Lurlmg and bad mmron More uuuues ure added .is friulmes perrmr In dddmon ro group pdruupatron glrls are emouraged to take part ln AQIIXIUCS outslde of school .md .1 pomt ssstcm IS m1mt.uned where bs users girl max earn a medal or the much cos ered XX K. wx i. ' 'Tf'S. O 3. ,f I .' MISS KRUBSACQK A.vs't Inxlmrtor x" sQl'Ao fllFlllIllAIDTIiS 1957 SSSSII in fr Jl DX c AIIAHAN Ilt ul f battle :dn B SQUAD R011 7 Geave fare! fallalun RUN I Hutller Nyhofm Sxllurv Horst Here IS a peppy group Vvhlfh dnd an xmportant job thus wear fhe XX ausau Day football fteld decorations were the handmork of the cheerleaders and thexr Pep commlt tee The gtrls were Instrumental m formmg a pom pon SLCIIOU whnch put on a half tlme exhlbltlon On Wausau Day and performed vuth the band at their Pop Loncert Remember all those reworded smgmg commerclals deslgned to break through the homeroom d1n and to generate some real pep m the student body? Thank the cheerleaders both the A and the B squads d1d their part Thank the cheerleaders also for the lapel buttons whnch we more to attest that vue Backed Our acks Another regular responsxblhty for the cheerleaders and especlally head cheerleader Judy Callahan, was plannmg and dlrectmg Pep Club actnmes 5 eaa Lumberfarkx 'ml Il J Sssxsxssx Boom T E A M ' ROW 2 Cola Callahan Rubow Dzubay ROW 1 Sbrake McCarten Sbrake 137 Fa1r Store 6 lfflflnlllly Qlnwkzy 01 1917 Baerenwalds IGA Food Market Baumann Hardware C Benson Optncal Co Bug Shoe Store Brssell Insurance Agency Central Plumbnng and Heatnng Co Chlcken Deluxe Caterang Servnce C1t1zen s State Bank Cloverbelt Cooperatwe Servlces Cull1gan Soft Water D e lndustrnal Co Deluxe Beauty Shop ahls lce 8. u Eldredge Camera Shop Inc Electrncal Contractmg Co Emmons Statnonery Co Employers Mutual Fash1on Store Furst Amerucan State Bank Franklrn Savnngs and Loan Assoc1at1on French Sllpper Shop Genrnch Terwnlllger Wakeen Pnehler 8. Conway Grand Theatre Grebes Green s Dress Shop Gumz Fuel Halls Dellcatessen Hememan Bros Helke Furnuture C He mg 8- Graff 8. M Lrbrnan Ho er Glass Co nc Hollywood Theatre Home Furmture Co Inter Cnty Market Jaeger Bakrng Co Janke Book Store Johnny s Mustc Store Krckbush Kresge s Lakesrde Roller Rnnk Land O Lakes Lakewood Sportlng Goods LaPaul s Furs Larson s Cleaners Leaps Greenhouse Lohmar Jewelers Lund Floral C0 Manecke Jewelers Manson Agency Marathon Battery Co Marathon Corporatnon Marathon Luggage 67 4 47 56 4 4 67 54 4 4 46 56 46 46 4 44 46 6 4 5 6 4 5 4 6 57 46 4 4 5 4 7 4 57 65 6 47 56 57 4 4 59 Marathon Press Marathon Travel Agency Marver Clothes Shop Moyers M llay s Mullers Super Market Mnnnesota Mlnung 8. Mfq Mlnt Cate Mnrman s Furnlture Modern Shoe Store Mortenson Lumber Muellers Jewelers Nlckel Hardware Supply Norman Hess Northern Mattress Co North S1de Bakery North Snde Bottllng Works North Snde Drugs Northwestern Cleaners Opperman Insurance Agency Palace Clothlers Inc Penney s Store Perske Drugs Petran Jewelers Plot Prlntmg o Ploss Drug Company Porath Shoes Rllnng Elec ruc Roes Seed 6- Pet Shop Sears Roebuck and Company Sesdlers Selm Brothers Shepherd 8- Schaller SPOVLIHQ Suppl Bros South Snde Drug Store Steuber Donry Sun Press Super 29 Market Toburens Tradehome Shoes Voeltzkes Paxnt Store Vogue Dress Shop Wausau Wausau Wausau Wausau Wausau Wausau Wausau Wausau Wausau Dolly Record Herald Floral Co House ot TV Ice and Fuel Co Laundry 81 Cleaners Ol Co Paper Mrlls Co School and Ofluce S Theatre West Hull Floral Wnechman Hardware Co W1nkelman s WISCONSIN Publlc SEFVICQ W1scons1n Valley Trust Co Wrnght s YMCA Zrmmer Palnt Store I . . 5 .4 I ffl - ,N . A , . 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XX thtst tht nntesstrx leg, work tnd head work in Bettlng ttls tnd tollecttnp for them Our thinks to Mr Ijlllblk for hrs cheerful guidance Now to sou students Lets call .1 spade .1 spade Pttronue the mtrthtnts who not only serxe you effr ttentlx and well rn their plaees of business hut also pro side the funds th tt help make our book extrtordxnarw Nl tkr. them feel the meaning of It pus to tdxertlse M trton Rtdtke Busrnus Manager Sun Brtndenburg Auniunl Manager XD SOI lfllf RS H8748-1-ik fp gf- wif 6' 3 Marion Radtke Bmnzus Manager Xtrgnxt le erle Xrlwe lxrutger trol Pospxthtl louise Rothmtn Ninn Wdlkul' Xnn H mmm tn Germaine Nluertitn S trlu Rosenkrtnl Rohert Treu lou Ann Sodke 9 fy Ry X uw-'JDJ 'SJW Fxfvvi my 37' 'J AJ Smith kaheskl, Puchner and Ttnkham LAWYERS Thorp Finance Building . . . Wausau, Wisconsin C 4 1 ' .' 1 2 .t 2 -' A N' . ' , . V , ' , - 'K ' , , , , ' ts t -A V ' 2-1 - it d ' lb ' t , Hill. V A V . . .A l ig Our thanks to the stttff members who have done I ff I mimi lv f. I, V Ut, R I V I . , . . X .wggp IFA' P ' A ' " ' . 5 A 1 . '. 2 ' ' 1 ' ' . ' - - l . " ' , . - , . " - . A ' ' ' ' Q ' '. 1 ' 2 , ' dj 1' ' . 2 V 'k 1 1 l ' ' s - '- I K ,,v.,l pk' h ,A . C- U-in , 2 AL ,- , , At 2 . Q . , , A . V, , si- - Vi - 1 , A I 'ff AJ I X . rx C, ' ,7 Sf sy fx J - ,t if s , r L ' s J J -J ,J cf q of xi.. 'OX 'Q 'X 'wld K-1 Q 35. ix, M 0 , 7' U 'N X , f t. mx' t ' - J Qt x My 'J X, vt Q X2-2 AVN , . 1 v L sw stu . e 3.0. '- Vx - 5 , .1 f 5 , bf' f-X V' ,M , . . I I Congratulations Class of i957 INTER-CITY MARKET Schofield . . Wisconsin Genrich Terwilliger, Wakeen, Piehler and Conway ATTORNEYS AT LAW Sccurlty Bu1ld1ng 403 Fourth Street Wausau WISCOHSIH dWG beL lAWak HP IMC 6 NORTHERN MATTRESS COMPANY NTAINL IACTURERS Of MATTRFSSI S D1 I but IURNITURE ILOOR COVERINQS APPLIANC I S I I I O I a a ' A Fre . enrich, Jr. - ' Her rt . Terwilliger Emi . een ' ' Walter . iehler f Nei . onw y i for Tb "R1iS'I"' of Your Life ' 's ri nfs I Q ac- IIMILMM up A 1. I jdrw I IIXNI ACM UI IWW Ik cauk MARATHON BAIT COMPANY Flsh wnth FLIES More Fun More Flsh at STREAM TESTED LURES an FISHING TACKLE MARATHON BATTERY COMPANY Manufacturers Hlghesf Quality RADIO, FLASHLIGHT HEARING AID and IGNITION BATTERIES Wausau Wisconsin h II. II-SFI - ATI Vx J A f A I I 'uf My Av LQ V-U 351,75 ,mar fd QL 'ljgfbpk Im Im, I - I u ,EAI Vb!1Ygl !r? Q o F nil d Ire erred 02 Relzzbzlzlj 6' e WAUSAU W S NORTHWEbTERN Dvemc d CLEANING worms m,,mWm BADGER LAUNDRY SI W SH TO THE LICENSED S O I- I CLEA ERS Public X NICE Complete Laundry SGIVICG I SCUISII PUILIC SIIVICE CUIPUUTIUI PLQSS DRUG COMPANY Herbert W Genrxch Proprlctor The Prescuptlon Drugg1sts PHONE 5069 512 THIRD STREET WAUSAU WISCONSIN Lf .. f. 'I ", .Mb -ff 'I " WD. J I D I ' Y I . 5 Q 'Q D I L T.. I an Your mmf.. sum. B E .' ' ' I Ii S Q 1, A S. I I L 5 7 . x" S9 ' X X . , S I uv V , X v 1 W, - , .T I J, V K I. MI? ,rf 'gk 'xi' ,W ' -x fx'-,V xxx 5 A 4 I . N .3 V 5:9 . L JJ' , - ., ' XJ' V ,IF xi? " l I 9 X55 H 14, , , - Tx? - ,X O . . , CENTRAL PLUMBING AND HEATING CO LET US DO YOUR WORK We Serve You Best STOKOL COAL STOKER Petro OII Burners Arr Condutlomng Domestic Water Systems DIAL 4158 HALL S DELICATESSEN OPEN DAILY INCLUDING SUNDAYS AND HOLIDAYS A Y and Scott St Phone 4487 Complnments of BAUMANN HARDWARE COMPANY IANKE BOOK STORE BOOKS STATIONERY OFFICE SUPPLIES 5IO Thurd Street Wausau Wlsconsun PHONE 52I6 BISSELL INSURANCE AGENCY INCORPORATED PHONE 3160 Mayer Lotz Bunldrng Wausau Wisconsin HELLING 6 GROEF oooo cLoTHEs Headquarters for VARSITY TOWN CLOTHES 524 Third Street Wausau Wlsconsm DALE INDUSTRIAL COMPANY EQUIPMENT AND SUPPLIES 208 Jackson Street Telephone 5985 WAUSAU WISCONSIN Congratulatnons To The CLASS OF 57 HOME FURNITURE COMPANY I08 Scott Street Wausau Wlsconsln I ' ."' RE DY TO SERVE ou 6th . IO4 Scott Street Wausau, Wisconsin 4 A37 0 0099 Pzctured aboz e are the 1956 graduates o Ufuusau Senior Hzgla School :lou em loyed uztb Lm loyers Mzzlzzals Many Wfausau graduates work m the Home Offlte and other Employers Mutuals locatlons across the tountry Congratula t1ons to 1957 graduates' You are cordlally mvrted to VISII exther of our Wausau offrces Perhaps an msurante career w1ll appeal IO y0L1 IOO off""'Q, "Good people lo be associated with" ,QV ltr F l A 'W Xp, . A VN ' ' x ls el' Ll I I 1 W' g I P , , P . ' , . uv I Av p s wtf fI57 LAKESIDE ROLLER RINK IF ITS QUALITY ROTHSCHILD WISCONSIN It Comes From I f 1 57 E M M O N S STCIIIOIISIY ci OIIICG Supphes HEINEMANN S Th d St PHONE 4666 WAUSAU WISCONSIN J N MANSON AGENCY Incorporated INSURANCE Phone 5219 502 Third Street . . Wausau, Wisconsin I4 Congratulations To Class o 9 1 ..,.'x X, ATI 'P vii five 1' ,F TX X , S 6, 1 "Place Where All Friends Meet" Good Luck to the Class o 9 1 528 ir reet I I To the 57 e HOLLYWOOD HWY 29 DRIVE IN THEATRES RESIDENTIAL INDUSTRIAL AND COMMERCIAL WIRING ELECTRICAL CONTRACTING CO PHONE 3085 St Wausa W co s ELDREDGE CAMERA SHOP INC Sot Phone 3638 The Co plet Photog aphc Sto IN WAUSAU It the awww T d St e STYLE WITHOUT EXTRAVAGANCE COMPLIMENTS WRIGHT S MUSIC STORE 52931 3RD STREET WAUSAU 50 Years of Service The most complete Music Establishment cmd School of Music In North Central Wisconsin DELUXE BEAUTY o SHQP PET SUPPLIES SPECIALISTS IN HAIR STYLING AND TINTING EXPERT HAIR SHAPING Shop ROE SEED 61 PET SHOP PHONE 3133 518 2nd Congratulations Class ot I9 From th nd - III Clinton reet u, is n' "For Cameras and Camera Supplies" is , . W6 C' 5"ee' 311-313 hir ret Wausau, Wis. " m e r I re" 1 F R , A :ff 1-H Aj! PZ 35911 QR Mlm AND Q1YL1s1s SINCI me Fiji! 502 hrat Amarlcan SIAIL Bank Bldg xv dy! TL L nc 5503 5 XX ISLONSIN N' xfvxaff Jfrw gf! K SOI-' WA menu Hom: ml ' CULLIGAN Fm Culllgon Soft Water Service LOHMAR IEWELERS PHONE 85125 d t THE PALACE CLOTHIERS, INC. Wcusc1u's Largest Men's and Boys' Cloth g d Furmshlng Store WEST SIDE PHONE 3234 I4 f ,TMA Z Lf I fr ffL1,'J,o0L ,ff jf Z4 lyly :lp 711' .ffl If I f .' .L ,f ' , ' 4 'V S S DM M I ' 'V ' L ' 'wfg fl M, my f' ily' 1, , .LJUL aft VZ! L7 . 7 A li ff ft 5 LL C51 gl b , Y'--- - OPTICIANS Q N 3 Al. Y, X is I X MM ' I '-Pl,-' ., W ' K N , X X X , Q ' . W Compliments of , klrzkfzll 115 ' S' '1' cz, 0 ' 9' if AU ' Y S ,X Y V if J """'AME r .' XJ 301,f Th' S eet Wausau, Wisconsi HSV ll V u 0 rt, GN U MQRTENS lfupmafn co WLILISILI Obdmi SIIDDIIQT OI BTT1Ini1y1Q Mgtarlgle .J Phone 5067 84 3036 Wausau W s KNO 0 ei QM W4 fear? ffl X I F 1 I e I 0 -sq? oo ,Oi THE PILOT Pflfltlng Sf Pubhshlnq Co COMMERCIAL PRINTING OFFICE SUPPLIES STATIONERY 520I Th d T957 MIRMAN S Y' ' .i '1 4 1, .J f J - 1 . I ,J , A' iff, - 1 iq 1 1' 2 . k if ' , ' q 0 ' O I - 's a ,J 'V gm. X 1 G4 if . f .M f v -- I. I "' ' f' 1. Q C L JC I I 1 4 if Q 4 ! Q A . . , I I .I JL I. p , ., Q x , f ,' 7 ,-.' f .1 , I S' I Y '- I Q L I I . , , X I . K Q' O . . . . N . 096 0 ' 'I is R ,W ff . l J Ik!! , Telephone Q , f I 7I 2 ir Street Wausau, Wiscon , JW I I I 1 lf! .' .0 ll' 1 ' A WA I A I ' U I I I ' I ' DWI xg Congratulatuons To The Class of ' I I . ' JJ Irvhx ' I ' ' I . ' I Q ' A' .1 ff I x I 9: ,lf ,H ' D J O' C . 2 d d hu gt W W ' O 1 I 'Y ,S 211 WASHINGTON STREET PHONE 21034 7x05 0-fOf1,v07U1 01 Jr J jc! fwfvwat. Lf mfaftaff dm Q fwf ,Lf L rf' L VQVLC 94.1 FVOAEAJ vb L M bt! rl ff by rw L I 'WUC " Q4 f 7 . ' K4 M 14 rx .bk Ji! LE T I' ' A L Q L, A- E J I 17 , N 6 Cjqu, ' Qvqe' cf4f17'I.rfhfL'.9ffL-X UW' C' fu fd 63,21-,lcq'JGll . 1 - - , L, :MV ' ww, 1 E L 'A .E Yflw f!l LI -,LL V V w 49 14 When yo think of Drug "US MODERNS SEZ" Try' PERSKE DRUGS f1ISl pC,,,O,,iZe ,he PRESCRIPTION sPEciALisrs 301 Third sf. Pho 1 Agency for Fanny Farmer Ca SHOE STORE E. J. Peek, e R.Ph. WAUSAU, WISCONSIN or Purrty or Rrchness or Freshness llallty Che or F Iovor MILK ICE CREAM A Sure S1gn of Flavor Your Local Grade A Dairy That Has Always Been Your Friend' 1203 6th Street Telephone 21043 NICKEL HARDWARE SUPPLY CO Deole G eral Hard Bu ld g O d Wa ehous West End of Wash gton and Scott Sts WAUSAU WISCONSIN P ETRA N Iewelers Ntto e S tBa F . . . . ll ' ii ' ' 11 rs in en ware, I in Materials, Paints, Oils, Appliances, Etc. ' ex th fflce an r e in l First American Sta e I On 3rd treet But XX :Shu I C L IIIL Samor I :gh BISIXLIIIIII Imam IIN Club Dnmus 188 of B Isknttw Ill Hops Meet Your Frlends ot the Y Wausau Young Mens Chr1St1an Association Wa M6 C PI DRESSES AND SPORISWEAR MUELLER IEWELERS THE DIAMOND STORE geaenieen W 2 5 ott St WAUSAU WISCONSIN AUS Congrotulcmons Class of 1957 mber e era De os: n urcmce Corporoton OPPERMANN INSURANCE AGENCY, fompmfs of INC- FRANKLIN SAVINGS COMPLETE INSURANCE SERVICE Telephone 5113 AND LOAN ASS'N A08 Thlrd S, 329 Fourth Street Wausau, Wzscons WAUSAU, WISCONSIN M0 I I , , Ili-Y QI :Ins Il' 1 .-Lf' 2 I l 1 CILQJ I957 1, " 1 I 1 V Q I I I O . , . . , Q om iments of from 3rd ond oshington Streets I 8 c reet I I E A w A u, w I s c o N s I N Me F d I p 't I s I YOUR DOLLAR BUYS MORE AT Wousou s Lecadmg Shoe Store G E APPLIANCES FOOTWEAR FOR YOUR EVERY HOUR 703 N 3rd Avenue Phone 3377 520 Thurd street WAUSAU WISCONSW The Fmndly Store KRESGE S 401 THIRD STREET WAUSAU WISCONSIN 305 Thlrd Street A Style For Styled Minded Women STYLED RIGHT PRICED RIGHT CONGRATULATIONS CLASS OF 1957 IAEGER BAKING COMPANY 403 Washington Street QUALITY BAKERY PRODUCTS Complnments of IOHNNY S MUSIC PHONE 4995 720 N 3rd Avenue WAUSAU WISCONSIN CONGRATULATIONS CLASS OF 1957 MARVER CLOTHES SHOP 516 Thnrd St WAUSAU WISCONSIN CONGRATULATIONS CLASS OF 1957 BILLING ELECTRIC COMPANY 614 Thnrd Street PHONE 3340 ' STYLE SHOP IT PAYS TO PLAY Compliments ofthe FOR YOUR GREATER 2 ZSCOTTST. F IIB IIEFII - My, 3 gf dczaxfm wA1a,h..La.r E il El' ' ENTERTAINMENT PLEASURE WAUSAU PAPER MILLS CO Amsans of Fme Papers General Ottlces and Mnlls Brokaw, Wlsconsln Executlve Sales 0ff1CGS 111 W Washington Street Chicago 2 ll lnols 60 CONGRATULATIONS YUWIIAI aysF dtheRghtSos f Spoto Drs SEIDLERS TEST STY Qualzty Clothes WEST PNC and Notms TRADEHOME SHOES N Th d A enue Wausau Wlsconsun O J - I I o I w in i h e TO THE CLASS OF "57" FROM or r r es LA LE S LO ES 2 . ir v , ' ' G H E E TIN G s COOPERATIVE MOVEMENT CLOVERBELT COOPERATIVE SERVICES O1ySyt W hRt th E TTh C Phone 21118 from the .ggpp THPES T TUBES si'- Q .a I L Q -, V! ,. n s em in America hic e urns e crrnings o e ustomer on cr Purchase Basis R OOD AT T FIN T H E MIN T Downtown Wausau SEIM BROTHERS K 1 1 -1 A 'T QD Z F2.. 2 UQ CD 1 F-'I' gi R2 Oz Z-I 'fr 251 I P E -I cn fx I P -T1 71 Z rn za 90 Z P I X Q O -I I rn cn fill' Z 'Assy 'N HICKEN DELUXE CATERING SERVICE Corry Ou'r ond Delivery 415 S Thnrd Avenue Phone 8 0285 fxewxl D 5 1 -4 l O tn E O 3' , ' o 3 FD 8' CN 1 ex 11 ' I I O 52 Haig 923 E301 v -:r 5'?19'5' W '11 Q 64750 U2 UI nw: :r .., ,U . rn 4 F- I 7 255 .31 5725! V ff SEN Qi ' in nn ,II E 35 'L X3 Coal Charcoal All Shell Onl Wood Dowflake Products PHONE 4403 PHONE 4430 BUILDING MATERIALS Phone 93434 Warehouses In Schofield VOELTZKE S PAINT STORE W WAUSAU WIS 21643 W Say fl' WLM afaweu THE LUND FLORAL STORE AND GREENHOUSES 4 G PHONE 2 I2I2 sx-xoe 51022 Th rd Stree ausau, s IN BUSINESS FOR YOUR HEALTH HERTZ SOUTH SIDE DRUG STORE 6 Gran venue WAUSAU, WISCONSIN Compliments of I .. ,. from indow Class - Fine Mirrors Wall Paper and Paints C O M P A N Y 117 ashingfon 51. ISI rand Ave. INext to Memorial Hospifall E -E A Q?-L' 180 d A 324 i t - W Wi . WAUSAU scHooL 6, ,ff 'f'7',,..--ii:-,"'X OFFICE. SUPPLY Jqvl irulvoullfr m 4 Musncal Instruments School Supplnes Stamp Collector Items Typewrlters 516 SCOTT STREET FOR GOODN ESS SAKES ' , 1 jg? W1 w fm FDDI L, W Cm K !2,N11?1,o N dtlllm rl1q1s,tuN JJLRESS :Nc l Qdrizzplcte Prmlnzq Serzue 5 wL 11O Faith Street Phone 5114 Wausau Wlsconsm Congratulatuons To Class of 1957 REMEMBER Glass For Every Purpose Paint For Every Surface at STORE HOFFEB GLASS COMPANY INC STORE 201 Fourth St Wausau Wlsconsm WAUSAU BRANCH 735 M South Third Avenue 210 Bellus Street Wausau WISCONSIN PHONE 21081 SIPPL BROS DEPT Wausau s One Stop Shoppmg Center MEATS GROCERIES DRY GOODS HARDWARE Comphments of MANECKE JEWELERS New Locatlon 320 Icrckson 7 1 Y H N"A 1 , rx I Jr 1 . ' 'V lTiTTTTV W - - . 11' . ',' 1 f N I qmtlqgly 1 '1f'l4lRl ,V 3 ' . ' I .L A M "j1llll il "2 ll lf 1 lj' N , 22, eg- -,fvftf L I LII? , ' I'S y X! M -A A 1' 'V is X u Qi it ETS WAN M41 DW . SENR1. . . f', l,' ' . 1' 1 ll l'l of l" , Mtg . S, F , ' x ff 1,4511 dy r .At - ' ' X, ,lf ,Mk , Y! 1 ' 2 l. . , l '.i ' , I di ' . T T I . . X EETINGS N EFUR i5NCEI874 Eamae Al Penneys L1 URE Wausau Wausau s Smartest Home Furn1sh1ng Style Center Wt y COMPANY G SPECIALIZE IN CORSAGES 83 YEARS OF DEPENDABLE QUALITY 21300 T YO TURE PHO GRAPH NEE "GOOD LUCK GOD'S SPEED" for professional work see TOBURENS ..... Wausau TOBUREN PHOTO STUDIO F01 Pmtmzts That Lzze F01 F1 1 SENIORS WE AS PROFESSIONAL PHOTOGRAPHERS ENJOYED SERVING YOU DURING YOUR HIGH SCHOOL CAREER .dlgl, G R from I I In N Yi , Say It ih Flowers for Ever Occasion 319 FOURTH ST., WAUSAU, WIS. ' . 815 rand Avenue Phone - ff . . . ' ' , . 1 ,ev f K- I 2? L, LE us HELP You WITH un Ja F U T O IC D S PJM Pockognmgzmgr 51 QAF es'r Foods Z H fmggl f' fy Voc NM Xbixffffafk XMIM! MARATHON CORPORATION PLANTS AT Wousou Rothschlld Menosho Ashlond Green Boy Wlsconsln Oswego New York Menomlnee Muchlgon Sunnyslde Woshlngton Morothon Ontorlo Q Pockoging For Americds Finest Foods fn . Webjay E J Z X. AN I1 1 X 6 ' F if ifjfufr 'fn Af, Nrjljxv ' 2,1 MA, V! 'nf' v XXXAJLMNF F 7' W Xl! M' "M L F L ,ZIJMLIVJI in f bf! xf ' ' W1 W I QW L U ,VV I I . . Q "FIRST FOR THIRST SINCE 1900" NORTH SIDE BOTTLING WORKS SOFT DRINKS TAVERN SUPPLIES GLASSWARE PHONE 5354 1504 3rd Street Wausau, Wisconsin sooo Lucx WAUSAU HOUSE of TV H GM LIBMAN COMPANY 313 Plumber Street Telephone 5638 Congratulations To The Class of 1957 NORTH SIDE BAKERY QUALITY HOME MADE PRODUCTS Phone 21690 1506 3rd Street Wausau Wrsconsun BROADCASTING ECONOMY FACTS QUALITY PAINT FINE WALLPAPER AND EXPERT WORKMANSHIP of C ORA TINC C-0 I 120 6601767 BEST WISHES TO SENIOR CLASS OF 1957 LEAPS GREENHOUSE North Sixth Street Phone 4441 LONSDORF S NORTH SIDE DRUGS 1702 Slxth Street HARDWARE COMPANY GENERAL HARDWARE HOUSEWARES APPLIANCES 119 123 Washington Street Lonsdort R Ph Phone 5743 WAUSAU WISCONSIN . I Compliments of F. W. , . . 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Gerrrmtne Boemer D1 I ORS Bachuber 125 131 Bochuber 136 158 "Baesemann Janvce 63111 '1'Bahleda Mary Jane 52 60105111 Bohr Edward 17105 l'8ahr Ronald 60112129 Baken Susan 60 82 84 86 87 91 10 1 0 Baker Barbara 17 99105 Ballschmueder Gerald 17 "Ball Donald 60107126 Bannerman G W 7 '1'Barden Wrllnam 60109110125 artel harles Margaret 17 34 82 84 90 2Bartelt Shlrley 68105 2 amelo Lo s 'lllarwrck James Bo es Donald 17109125132 le 17 7 Allen 7 35 85 92 Arnold 68 112 Carol Ann 17 James 68107 2Boumann Sandra 68 2Baumgardt Arden 68 86 109125 Beaumont 7 '1'Beal James 63112 Beck Carolyn 17101 2Beck Donald 68 111 '-'Beck Sandra 68105 Becker Lydia 9 67134136 '1'Becker Robert 63 103 105 115 Beemer Donald 17109125128 ese Ar hur D '1'Beese Darlene 63 111 "Reese Esther 68 Behnke Jerome 18 75 89112 uer D Baumann 2Baumann Baumann 2Baumann Francrs 68 80102103109 120 91 95 97 97 102 WAHISCAN INDEX 1956-1957 To aff 1-187 rn you We hld 1 lot of fun thls year trsmg to mdex you f.1u.s rn the 1957 Vs lhxstdn XX ed hlse to thank all those who h.1xe helped as through the mue of names .md plctures In the course of our tmxels we found that the gurls outnumber the boxs 754 to 753 ln 1 recent national surxu of flfst names rt was found that Lmda and Mars rated frrst and second for gxrls and ohn .md Mrrhael for boys In our school the most common frrst names were Rlrhard 'rppearmg 51 tunes .md ohn Carol and Wars eath txppenrrng 73 tlmcs We .xpologru for any mistakes vue mat hase made Ihes were purely umntentlonal '1'Berge11 Berna '9Bessey 2Beste Beste 28ethke 2Bett1n +Ben.n Bettrn 'l'Bem Beyer "Beyer Beyer Hex and Gerry Index Edrlors n Nancy 63 102 l.aVern 68 88 Susan 68 80102 Davrd 68 88 107 Donna 18 89101 Carol 68102 103 Donna 68102134 Faye 59 85 86102 N nty 1889106110 Ellen Jean 63 2 Kathleen 18 73 75 99 Ronald 68107112 Wu llam 18 Bharorha Nergush 18 76 98102 lrkford J 2B1rkler Barbara 68 83102110 '1'B1erbrauer Thomas 63 85 86 lrr van 18 Ill U lt ark Noel 68102109 an Charles 68110 Blair Dorothy 18 4 2Blarek Rosalue 68 2Blaskowsk1 Verny 68112 +8 ennert V rgrnla 60113 2Bl1ese Bloom Bluhm Bluhm '1'Boehm Boerne Frances 68 Douglas 18 74 86 0 Carole Jean 18 Erleen 19 77 04 er Rrchard 63103106130 r Gerrnayne 19 82 84101 1 '1'Beulke Marlon 63 83 84 96 97 99102112 5 son 5 O Be las Harold 9 68 Beltz Peter 17 88 105 Bennett Russel 18 50 74 85 87 92109 Bentz Sandra 52 68 Bentz S rah lSolly1 68102111 Bentz Thomas 68 87103 107111 Benz Gary 68 B rg Ben 9 Boernke Davnd 19 49109125128 oettcher E H Bohl Carolyn 19102106136 280111 James 68 99120124 'l'BohImar1 Carol 63 105 Bo mon Gall 19 'l'Bohne Beverly 62 83 103 105 2Bonkoskl Jean 68104 Bonvnncen Elda 9127 '3'Booth Joy 68102 Judnth 68102 Nancy 19 111 Pearl 68 R M Stewart 19 Borkenhagen David 19 +Boruch Ralph 63 Botslord M lton 9119 2Bramer Gary 68 88 94 102 2Borrhardt Borchardt 2Borchordt Borchardt 'Borchardt 0 106168 . 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Charlotte 68103 'l'Brzez1nskl Genevleve 59 'l' rzezlnskl Ronald 63120 0 uch Ralph 20 071 2Callahan Jocauellne 66137 Buchberger G ace 20101 111 "Buck Carolyn 68 103 109134 'lliurgoyne Gerald 68 urton R 'l'Busalocch1 Mary 70 89 'JBusche Rodney 68 Bush Jack 80 28ush Thomas 67 Busk Shlrley 9 59 97 "Buslro Davld 68107 Buttke Allen 20 88 105 "Buttke Corlnne 66 2But1Iall Ruth Ann 66 "Banc Carolyn 66112 Bystrom Davld 20 88 Callahan Judlth 20 74 76 86 92 106137 'l'Campbell P scllla 63102111 'l'Cannady larry 63 105 2Carlson lawrence 66 103 111 '9Ca mlchael Donald 111 Carney Shlrley 20101 104 'l'Carpenter Marlorle 63 'l'Carswell Kathleen 63 79102 'l'Cose Ronald 63103115117 'l'Cass Albert 63 96103112 Cater Marllyn 20 104 Ceranskl Carolyn 20102103 9Cha1gnot Janice 66 99111 'l'Cherek James 63 104129 '1'Ch1lla Genevleve 59110111 Dlebel Mallorle 12 93 'l'Dletzler Donald 57 85 86 92 109 120125 Dlke lawrence 9 2D1gman Glorla 70 88 99 2D1sbrow Kathleen 66 87 99 136 '1'Dodge Harrlet 57 106 Dorn Shlrley 22 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'l'Glsselman Davld 58 Gletson Matthew 913 57 108 11 "'Glassel Glorla 65102 '1'Glasel Roxanne 58111 2Gleoson Karen 65 110 Gleue Marlene 28 7Goede Jeannette 65 'l'Goers Charles 58 "Chr1slensen 7Chr1stensen Chrlstensen +Chrlstensen Chrlstlan D vld 66111 1 Dlanne 66 102 Janlce 20100110 Rlchard 59102115127 Joyce 21 105 'l'Chrlxt1ansen Joyce 57 99104109134 'Hjhrlstlanson Carol 57 88104 Chrlxtner M ry Jo 9 'l'CIaren1 Carolyn 59105 C ark Julle 21 4 'l'Clarkowskl Rlchard 57 110 2CIausens Dennls 110 'Clemens Donald 21 50 90 95 97100103 0 112 125 8 '7CleveIond Howard 66 "'Colcold Kathleen 66 87 2Coleman John 66 86 106 108 'l'Collelte lynn 57 82 86 87 94 102 O 'l'Comer Helen 57102 "'Conkl1n James 70 2Conner Katherlne 66 96 102 'l'Cooke John 59 88 102 109 Corda Marlo 21 'l'Corda Marlon 59 111 'l'Cota Janet 57100105 106 112 Coty Sally 21 83 86 87 94 105 'l'Cramer Alvln Cramer D nald 21 15116 Cramer Jean 18 'l'Cronk A en 57103121 122 3 Cronkhl e S llsa Curtls Hugh 9 52 70 Czech Myrtle 21 104 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