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Page 12 text:
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
The l school year has been one of
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
I am confident
1957 school year
Sincere best wishes
C. P. SVUENBY, Guidance Direrlor
H. J. RIDGE, Dean of Boys
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of us will remember the
of high achieyement,
much happiness and success.
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
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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
FORD, 107. Mathematics,
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,
Dept. Student Council
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
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