West High School - Westward Ho Yearbook (Madison, WI)
- Class of 1961
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Published by the Students of
West High School
Table of Contentsz Introduction--2, Faculty--I2
Home Rooms--65, Activities--76
More than Il huilzllfzg, more than a school-West High
I-5 the founzlrztlon of our lives. Here the students ar-
quire knowledge, social poise, and physical maturity.
They look forzmnzl, molding thffr pzwfnt into ll
Choo! Year Ends with
Reaching high. bright steel girders form the framework
oi the iunior high addition.
In 1961 the building of two additions
to Vffest High was watched with interest.
Even more, the moods of the construc-
tion, the sights of derriclcs hoisting gird-
ers, the smells of melted tar, the sounds
of pneumatic drills, were a part of that
peculiar sort of intimacy which grows on
you after living with it for a year. As each
brick, a link in the unity ot' the structure,
was put in place, and as the interior was
finished with pastels and greenboards, the
new addition slowly evolved. By the end
of the school year, the external and the
internal, the structure and its contents,
The outline oi the promised pool is the foundation of hope.
Completed Additions and Educated Seniors
The inside story of the nearly completed pool with ils shallow
and deep ends.
A view facing the typing room of the third-
story hall of new wing.
Looking toward the future, the new brick wall of
addition merges with the old.
West Offers the Upportunities to Search,
Miss Peplinski locates a book for Frank
Eaves in card catalogue.
Mr. McCloskey demon-
strates a solid geometry
problem while Dorelle
Rauch, Al Manson, and
David Walsh look on.
Mr. Antonie, and Advanced Biology students Tori Pohle
George Wischmann, Roger Ingersoll, Iody Ripp, Christine
Fleischer. and Pam Sandrock admire a specimen captured
on a field trip
to Diseocvevz to Learn in Varied F ields.
Chuck Hovey and Dick Sims run off a printing "job" in
Education is the foundation upon
which West I-ligh School stands. It is the
primary function and the foremost goal
of the school. Yet, how can education
be deflned? A description is more mean-
ingful than a definition. Education is the
accumulation of knowledge within a hu-
man mind. It endows a man with oppor-
tunities and abilities. Education is a pass-
port to individual freedom. It is an
integral part of complete living. It dis-
tinguishes man from animal and winner
from loser. Because of education, oppor-
tunities are opened to students, through
an education, they have the ability to
capitalize on these open doors. Educa-
tion, the lcey to complete living and indi-
vidual freedom, is created at West.
Paul Grimstad and Nadine Amphlett test weights and pulleys under Mr.
De Iunq's observance.
We Serve West,
Clary Olmstead and Hilary Harrington pass
through the festive entrance at "Bel1es and Beaux".
the senior class party.
Seniors chat with friends on
Dress-Up Day about the
Christmas aud and coming
Student life at Yvest High is not confined to
class periods. Departmental clubs go a step be-
yond the classroom . . . history, math and home
economics clubs stimulate interest in school sub-
jects. Publications develop the student's creativity
and ability to work with others . . . Westward Ho,
and High Times record the life and talents that
are West High. Many organizations contribute
to a smoother running and happier West . . .
N.l-l.S. and the I-li-Y keep the school grounds
clean, Pep Club promotes school spirit, and Stu-
dent Senate creates harmony between the student
body and the faculty. l-lomesoming, Grad Dance,
basketball mixers, and the lunch hour provide the
proper atmosphere for fun, relaxation, and a
chance to know others better. All these things
combine with formal education to complete a stu-
dentis preparation for the future.
We Participate in Her Varied Activities.
Ash High-Y members Don Bushnell. Ierry Smith, Norm
Christenson. and Doug Caperoon devote time and energy
to Regent Sweep.
Pep Club girls, posing as ilappers,
form chorus line while singing of
the inextinguishable West spirit
of the Roaring Twenties.
With ct vigorous swing of the but Mary Mar-
vin attempts to break Christmas pinata at
Spanish Club party.
Athletic Programs Develop Bacly Skills,
Phil Motelet spikes volleyball as teammates and opponents watch lor
The more enthusiastic girls attempt the inverted
hang and other stunts on rings during gym class.
Basketball captain Ralph Farmer shakes hands l
with opponent on Ianesville court before the
sounding of the horn.
Maintain F itness,
The swish of a ball falling through a hoop-
. . . the muffled thucl of a tennis ball bounc-
ing off a racket . . . the sharp clack of a
puck forcibly meeting a hockey stick . . .
the steady beat of rhythmed calisthenics . .
the shrill sound of a referee's whistle . . .
the triumphant yells of the crowd. These are
symbols of the physical education program
at West High, a program aimed at creating
and developing body skills. These skills help
the student develop' a physically fit body to
combine with a mentally alert mind.
Varsity linemen practice blocking tech-
nique as assistant coach Mr. De lung
Norb Schmit. trying to gain control, grapples with Lake Mills' toe while anxious
teammates and spectators look on.
INTRODUCTION 1 1
Teachers Guide Us to Knowledge
FACULTY LEAD 13
R. O. Christoffersen
The all-important administration of West High
is conducted by two principals and by the Board
of Education. Our principals are R. O. Christof-
fersen and his new assistant, Donald Krider. Their
administrative duties range from conducting tours
of foreign students to selling coupon books. They
must deal directly with the students, advise the
student body on many matters, be receptive to
parents, as well as assuming the countless other
duties required to send a student through high
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-The Board of Education is often overlooked.
The members of the board, as a public and civic
duty, contribute their time and talents to better
our school system. A farsighted approach is nec-
essary, for such important matters as school con-
struction must be well planned. The new addi-
tion to West High is evidence of the preparation
and organization which the Board of Education
must carry on in order to meet the growing needs
of lViadison's schools.
Herbert Schmiegeg Mrs. E.
A. Sampg Dr. R. W. Hue-
gel, Board Vice- Presidentg
Catherine Knechtges, Office,
Philip H. Falk, Superin-
tendentg Glenn W. Stephens,
Board Presidentg Wilbur
NIcDaniel, Board Secretaryg
A. H. Younger, Ray F. Sen-
nett: Arthur W. Nlansfield.
Guidance Work for the Students'Inte1fests.
Mr. Leo Barnes and Mr. Iames Speerschneider talk over the
iunior class vocational unit.
Mrs. Catherine Piper, the Guidance
Secretary, compiles the records of
class rankings. career plans.
The guidance department is fast be-
coming an important p-art of the Amer-
ican educational system. An increasing
number of problems on the part of the
student, demand advice from non-
teachers. Here at West, all school-
parental relations are carried on
through the guidance department. The
guidance counselors are constantly in-
terviewing students to assist them in
deciding what courses to take, inter-
preting test scores, and acquiring sum-
The greatest attention of the guid-
ance department is focused upon the
seniors. Whether seniors go to college
or not, they are faced with many deci-
sions and responsibilities in their last
year at West. The guidance depart-
ment informs seniors ot' entrance
exams, scholarships, and job openings
besides providing advice to help them
meet these decisions and responsi-
Rick Griiiith consults Miss Betty Perego about his college and
Mrs. Gretchen Schofl and one of her senior
English classes listen to ct recorded reading by
the Welsh poet, Dylan Thomas.
Eifie Ann Barh
Math, Physical Geography
Machine Shop, Auto Mechanics
H istory, Language,
Although recent progress has created strong
interest in scientific pursuits, the individual must
he well adjusted socially to he successful in life.
Much preparation for this desired social ,balance
takes place in high school-in our English, Lan-
guage, and Social Studies classes. Wcst's faculty
in the Humanities and Social Sciences has a key
job in shaping our social careers.
Curriculum revision is taking place. Different
courses in college-prep and Basic English are be-
ing developed to better prepare students. There
is an Honors course in Senior English4a fine step
in the accelerated class direction. The foreign
language department has witnessed a change with
the advent of a University of Wisconsin directed
Since one of the goals of the English, social
studies and language departments is to develop
the student's understanding and appreciation of
the Humanities, West faculty has accep-ted this
challenge lay adapting to these new methods
while continuing to teach the traditional subjects
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t . . .
Are the Keys to nderstanding
Miss Betty Perego helps Girls'
Club members Karen Koebke and
Marcia Iones, stuff envelopes for
Roundy's F un Fund.
History, Social Studies 12
Home Economics, Cafeteria
James De Jung
General Science, Physics
Beulah Dreyfus -
Knowledge of Mathematics sed
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1 8 FACULTY
In toclay's worlcl there is increasing em-
phasis being placed on mathematics and
science. This emphasis places responsibility
on the teacher as well as the student. At
West our faculty is willing to contribute its
talents to aid and encourage the student.
This interest shows in West's many clubs:
Math, Science, Biology, Radio Clubs and
Several progressive programs are being
adop-ted. West now offers Accelerated Math
in eleventh and twelfth grades. There is an
advanced Biology class, and plans for simi-
lar classes in Chemistry and Physics are
being made. A new program in math centers
the teaching on reasons theories work rather
than on the use of the theory in solving
Mr. Willis Iones, Mr. Wallace Bondhus,
and Miss Pearl Sheclcler are served
refreshments at the annual Faculty
in the Application of Scientific Principles
Social Studies, History
Mechanical Drawing, Woodwork
Chemistry students Sue Roy-
ston, Morris Eqre, Gilbert
Youmans cmd Carl Selbo ob-
serve Mr. Bruce Miller dem-
onstrating one step i.n the
Qualitative Analysis scheme.
. Ed., Study, Health
Business T mining, Physical Skills
The non-academic program joins with the
academic program to create the well-rounded
citizen of tomorrow. A great percentage of
today's jobs Stem directly from Manual Arts,
Home Economics, Physical Education, Busi-
ness courses, and the Creative Arts. A stu-
dent learns the importance of working with
others while gaining a physical skill. This
prepares him for whatever career he may
In recent years several changes have been
made in West's non-academic program. One
of these new programs is modern dance in-
terpretations, taught by University of Wis-
consin dance majors. As the new nation-
wide physical fitness program begins, the
boys' gym classes can soon expect changes.
With the addition of the swimming pool,
the physical education program at West will
be further expanded and broadened to in-
clude swimming instruction.
Mr. Donald Krider and Mr. Wayne Hepola
T sell coupon books to ct long line of anxious
Supplement the Academic Studies
Go-to-school night parents are
fascinated by an unusual art
exhibit prepared by one of Mrs,
Ortmayer's art classes.
Typing, Shorthand, Office Practice
FACULTY 2 1
Teaching Directs the Student Toward
At the Student Senate Faculty Tea, Social Committee Chairman Mary Wright
chats with Mr. Joseph Antonie, as Bruce Rasmussen, Mr. Iames Bicket, Mr
Gerald Buck, and Mr. Donald McCloskey observe.
Better Understanding of Self and World
Speech, Guidance, Stage Manager
Accounting General Business
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Miss Huxtable prepares to d1
rect "Go Tell It On the Moun
tain", the last number in the
choir's annual Christmas pro
Seniors Are the Final Products of West
4 SENIORS LEAD
Students Receifoe Scholarship Honors,
Class Orcdor Dorothy Rolleison, Vcrledictorian Paul Sorum, cmd Salu-
tatorian Mary Doyle are the chosen representatives of the class of 1961.
"The Future Is a World Limited Only By Ourselvesf'
HIGH HONORS HONORS
Mary Louise Schallert
Margaret Ann Curry
Jo Ann Kotz
National Honor Society
as a Junior
6 HONORS AND AWARDS
rx Peter Krug
Awards for Participation.
Quill and Scroll
SENIORS Edward Gulesserian Joan Ranney
Won as a junio
National T hespiaris
Jeffry Bartell Michael Mulvihill
Won as a Junior
Won as a Sophomore
National Honor Society members Dorothy Rollefson, Mary Wright.
Ioan Ranney. Ianet Grosshandler, and Sue Curvin in the front and Neal
Ruedisili, Sharon Hassett. Paul Sorum, Margaret Doolittle, Mary Ville-
monte, and lack Porter in the rear plan some of their service projects.
HONORS AND AWARDS 27
High-Timesg 1".H,.'X.g G..X.:X.g Rifle, Officials, Girls
A., Prcs.g Girls' Club, Ways and Mums Chiu
cnt Forumg l".'I'.,X.g Hull Monitorg Candi Shop
Math Club, Suu., V.l'.g Wustwurcl Ho: lf.'l'.rX.: Stuilun
llorumg Pup, lfrcncli, Girls' Cluhsg Hull Monitor
Y-Teens, V.l'.q Puttcrns in Print: High-Timcsg Girls
English, Pep, History Clubsg Stuclcnt Forum
Regents are you with us?
lj2ll'lCI'115 in Print: -l-Lalics Football: -lflulics lizlskutlmll,
Trackg Stuclt-nt lforum: Hi-Yg History Clubg Soc. LII'-llllll.
Business Club, Sec.: Patterns in Printg Stuilcnt Forum,
FH.,-X.: Girls' Club
VVcstwurtl lrlo, ,Xrt lid.: Girls' Club, Sec.g Pep Club,
Program Chiu.: Scnzitcz High-Timcsg Piattcrns in Printg
Stage Crewg Girls' English, Girls' Rifle, Girls' Clubs
Bowling: Radio Club
baud. Sec.: Orclicsti'u: Stuclcnt lforumg l4'.'1'.rX.
Stllellcl Choir: "Mil4atlo": "Oklahomal": l7LlIlICl'l1S in
Print: Y-Tccns: Stutlciit l-'orumq Biology, Girls' Clubs,
Ihunl, Sgt.: "
Meryl Aronin i
l'l21l'VC5'UQ Student Foruuig lfruncli, Iulcr-
lizzmlg Bowling: Math, Science Clubs
Y-'Ill-ns: Librztry Club
Truck: Tennis: Bowling: Curling: rl-l.z1l4cs lfoollmll
'l'l.2llil'S llaiskvtlmlll Rzulio, -l-lf Clubs
Y-Teens, Announcements Chm.g Homecoming Court:
Scnatcg lrliglt-Timm: NVt-stwartl Hog Student Forum
Mztiort-ttcg lrltisim-ss, Muiorcttes' Cluba
Senate: Soc. Comm.: Choir: Double Quurtt-t: "0kla
homalng Westward Hog Basketbnllg Student Forum
Seniors are you with us?
l".H.A.g Busincsa Club
Class Night Co-Chm.g Footbnllg Stags Crew
'4Mikaclo"g nfJl'illll1OlT12lll'Q Orchestra
Stage Crew, House Hcaulg Nat. Thespiansg Choir
uCJlilZ1l'lOl1lL1luQ Patterns in Printg Y-Teens: F.T.A.
Business, Spanish, Girls' Clubs
XVcstwartl llo. Index licl.:, Pattcrne in Print: Y-'ll-un:
Sturlvnt lforum: Math. llistory, Girls' Clubs
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Girls' Club Sunshine Comm. Chni.g lligli-Tiiiicsg
Student Forumg F.T.A.g French, International, Girls'
Choirg Bowlingg Y-Teensg Girls' Club
Nicholas B jornstad
Sr. Class Pres.g Hi-Y, Pres.3 Footballg Trackg 4-Lakes
Triple Triog Chnirg "Oklahom:i!"g f,I'Cl1CSlI'll
Girls' Spnrtsg Y-Teensg Girls' Rifle, Girls', Red Cross
Multi-hue cottons brighten halls
Girls' Rifle Club, Sec., Trc'ns.g Girls'
Angle, Girls' Clubs
Senate: "Harvcy": Choir: Westward Hog
Y-Teens, Girls' Clubg "Okl:ihomal"
Cheerleamling. V.P.g Spanish Club
Girls' Club, Trcasg NOklahomu!"g Choirg VVcstw:u'ml
llog Student Forum: Rccl Cross, Spanish Clubs
Cross Countryg XVrc:-tling: Curlingg Stage Crewg Movie
Crcwg Science, Spanish Clubs
Y-Tcensg Biolofllk Girls' Clubs
rlllllflil -l-Lailacs lfrmtlmllg 4-Lakes llziskzvllmllg Rifle Club
-l-Inikcs lfoorlmllg 4-lf Clubg Surge Crew
Choir: HOklnhomal'lg Girls' Sportsg Y-Tccusg Student
Forumg Ohficials', Girls' Clubs
Buml: Orclicstrag Truck: -l-Lakes Fuotballg 4-Laikes
Baskvtlmll: Stuclcnt Forum
Fall hockey means suffering Shins
Y-Teens, Trczis.: Talent Show: WL-srwiml lim High-
Timesg Girls' Clubg Office XYnrkL-rs
Buncl: Orchustrag Chuirg 'lOlslgilicni11il"
Girls' Club, Paipcr Shop Chung Choirg Ucllilillifbllifllng
Student Forumg F.T.A.g Spanish, Girls' Clubs
Y-Tccnsg Snuclenr l-'urumg I-'.'l'..X.: Real Cross, llusincss
Clubs: Candy Shop
Sr. Glass V.l".1 lii-Y, Pres.: Sur. Ummm.: Iligli-'l'iu1cs:
YVrg-stlingg Football: -l-Lakes ligislsctbgillg M-Club
liuutliaillz Baseball: Ilockcy: 4-l.:1kL-s Bnskrtlmll: Sru-
rlcnt lfrvrumg M-Clubg Hi-Y
Y-Tccnsg Sturlc-nt lforumg Girls' Rifle, Girls' Clubs
Clioirg Stuclc-nt Forum
4-lillics Football, -l-Lukas Basketball
llowlingg 4-Lakes Buskcrballg Hi-Y
llasclmullz Curlingg 4-Lakes llLlSlif.'tl7l1llQ Stutlcnt Forum
Intcrnzitirxnal Club, Bal. nf Dir., Library, Biology
Sturlrnt Forum. VP.: Scnutvg Choir, "OkIi1hmnnl"
range steel girders form
Fomlmll: XVrrstlingg -l-l.z1kr-s linskctlinllg Sturln-nl lfori
Y-Tecnsg Student Forumg F.T.A.g Biology, Girls' ling-
lish, Girls' Clubs
Rowling: Art Angle
Senate: Stags Crew: Girls' Clubs
llillllll Bowling: Rxulio, Science Clubs
32 SEN IORS
lV',T.A., V.P.g Bowlingg Y-Teensg Student Forumg Offi-
rizils', Spanish, Girls' Clubs
Business Club, V.P.g iiolilillltblllllllll Westward Hog
lligli-Times, Y-Tr-ciisg Stuclcnt Forumg Spanish, Girls'
Bowling, Capt.: East-bzullg -l-Lzllics Hzlskrtlmll
Y-Turns: llusincss Club
High-Times: Girls' Sports: Talent Show: Y-Tut-ns:
Spanish, Officials. Howling. Girls' Clubs
lill..-X.: Girls' Club
Orchestra: Choir: Double Quartctg VVrcstling: Truck:
Margaret Ann Curry
Choir: Hcjlilllhtf-I'l111l"Q Y-Toons
skeletons of new additions
Girls' English, Sec.: High-Times, Copy Ed., Feature
Ed.: Girls' Club
Pop Club, Pin Cbm.: Y-Teens: Business, Girls' Clubs
Stuclt-nt Forum: Talent Show
N.H.S.: Nat. Thcspiuns: "Harvcy": High-Times, Pic-
ture Ed.: Patterns in Print: Stage Crew: Girls' Club
4-Lakes Football: 4-Lakes Basketball: Bowling: Student
VVrstxvartl Ho, Sr. Editor: Y-Tccns, Svc.: "Harvey",
Stutlcnt Dir.: Band, Corp.: "Okl11hom:1l"g Orchestra:
Choir: Student Forum: Stage Crew: Girls' Club
Football, Co-Capt.: Basketball: Wrestling: Track:
Baseball: Student Forumg M-Club
Y-Tut-us: Studcnt Forum: Spanish. OHici:1ls', Girls'
Clubs: Sopb. Clit-crlc:ulc1': Cumly Shop
Fc-otluallg Basketbnllg Hmvlingg Golfg Volleyballg Slue
dent Forumg Science Club
Fontluillg Trztckg Movie Crew
4-Lakes Bzlsketlmllg Bowling: Stuflent Forum
XfVFSINVllVCl Ho: High-'I'imesg Patterns in Printq Student
Forum: F.T.A.: Library, Girls' English, Girls' Clulws
Milk machine captures pennies
Soph. Class Pres.g Patterns in Print, Lay-Out Ed.g
N.H.S.g Nat. Thespiansg Senate: Soc. Comm.g 'lTl1e
Fur-Off Hills"g Westward Hog Student Forumg Stage
Senate, Elections Chm.g Hi-Y, Sec.g Trackg Wrestlingg
Cross Countryg 4-Lakes Basketballg Student Forumg
IETSQ Spanish Clubg Hall Monitor
Patterns in Print: Girls' Howling: Y-Teens: Girls' Club
-l-Lnkee lfootlmllg 4-Lakes llziskn-tlmll
4-Lakes Footballg 4-Lakes Basketballg -l-Lakes Bowling
Margaret Ann Doolittle
Math Club, Pres., Sec.g N,H.S.g Y-Teens, French, Girls'
Art Anglo, Seeg YfTeensg Stuclcnt Furumg Girls' Clulw
Stage Crew, Sound Head: Movie Crew
Nut. Thcspians: 'lHarvey"g Student Forum: F.T.iX
History, Spanish, International Clubs
Chuir: 'lOklah0mu!"g Girls' Rifle, Girls' Clubs
lland: IHTS: Science Club
Nat. Tbcspiansg "Harvcy"g Clmirg Iluublc Quartet
Determined seniors cop coal-bucket
Huckcyg Track: -l-Lakes Football
Camera Club, Sec., Trcas.: Band: High-Times: Stu-
Football: Basketball, Capt.: Bust-ball: Hi-Y: Student
Orchestra, Pres., librarian: lliulif'l'imc's. lfcatiirr- lid.:
Patterns in Print
Spanish Club, Sec.: Band, Librarian: Orchestra: "Mi-
kadong l'Oklahoma!"g Choir: Y-Tec-ns: Student Forum'
F.T.:X.: Of'licials', Girls' Clubs
High-Timcs, Sports Ed., Assoc. lid.: Senate, Trcas.:
French Club, Pres.: Quill and Scroll: "Mikado"g "Okla-
homalug Choir: Double Quartet: 4-Lakes Basketball:
High-Times, Art Ed.g Soc. Comm., Pub, Chm.g Bandg
Orchestrag Bowling, -l-Lakes Basketball: Art Angle,
Stage Crew, Business Headg Red Cross Club, V,l..
'iOklalioma!"g Choir, Westward Hog Y-Tecnsg Student
Forum, Biology, Girls' English, Girls' Clubs
Senior Class Secretaryg Senzitcg UOklahomzil": Choir.
Student Forum, Y-Tcensg Girls' Club
High-Timesg Talent Showg Girls' Sports: Y-Teens:
F.H.A.g business, Officials, Girls' Rifle, Girls' Clubs:
Bowlingg 4-Lakes Basketballg 4-Lakes Fnrmtbnllg Stu-
dent Forumg Hi-Y
Homecoming :victory celebrated amid
Paitterns in Printg lluwlingg Stage Crt-W: Svrvicr-, Rill.
Math Club, Pres., V.P.g Science Club, VP.: Howling
Student Furumg Library Club
Choir, HOklahomal"g Y-Teensg Student liorumg Offi-
cia1ls', Girls' linglislig Girls' Rifle, Girls' Clubs
Y-Teens, Lessons Cliuirmzin, Service Chziirmzing Choir:
g'Oklahomal"g OHicials', Girls' Clubs
Girls' Rifle Club, 'T'reas.g Art Angleg Girls' Club
Girls' Sportsg Y-Teensg Student Forum: F.H.A.g Art
Anglcg Business, Girls' Clubs
Pep Club, Business Chm.g Y-Teensg Stage Crewg Girls'
"Uklahoma!"3 Choirg High-Timcsg F.T.A.g Kiirlb' Club
KiOlil8hOH1Hl,l, Studcnt Dir.g Banclg Orchestra
Scuatcg Foutbullg Volleybullg Wrcstlingg 4-Lakes Bus-
kctballg Student lfurumg lli-Yg lliTSg M-Clubs
Y-Tccnsg Girls' Club
lilternatimml Club, Dir.g Scnatcg Choirg "Ol4lnl1oiu.nl":
Y-Tcensg Stage Crcwg Pep Club
Hi-Y, Trcas.g -l-Lakes Basketballg -l-Lakes Football:
Bowlingg Trackg Student Forumg IF,TSg Science, Math
pumpkins, corustulks in 2-flutumu Haze'
-l-1" Club, V.P.g Curling
4-Lakes Footlmllg 4-Lakes Baskctbnllg 4-Lakes Bowl-
iugg liauclvalllg lli-Y
Stage Crew, Busincas Haul: NVe5twartl llog Y-Tccus
Rul Cross, Math, French, Girls' Clubs
Hi-Y: -l-Lukch linskctlmllg XVrcatling: lfuotbnllg Stu
Stuclcnt l"t:.:'um, Business, Cirls' Clubx
Wcmxtml llu: liubincas, Girl! Clubs
N.H.S., Sec.g Stage Crew, Make-up Head, Scnatcg
"Oklahoniz1!"g Choir: Triple Trio, Westward Ho:
Pup, French, Girls' Clubs
Movie Crew, Hcuilg Band
High-Times, Business Mgr.g Senate, Tcnnisg 4-Lakes
Basketballg Hall Monitor
Irzcessarzt drilling rivals class lectures
Scnateg -l-Lakes Football, 4-Lakes Basketball, Bowlingg
Trackg Student Forum, Hi-Yg Math Club
Soph. Class SeC.g N.H.S.g Girls' Club, V.P.g Scnatcg
Choir, Orchcstrag High-Times: YfTa-erisg Staigi- Crow
Tennis, Curlingg Art Angle, Biology, Science Clubs,
Tennis, Science, Biology, 4-F Clubs, Art Angle
Pep Club, Curcl Chnl., Bus. Chin., "Harvey", Y-Teens,
Spanish, Girls' Rifle, Girls' Clubsg Aioklllhlllliilliy
lhincl: 'l4l'ilCkQ Cross Country
Student Fc:-runi, Pres., High-Times, Copy lialq Science
Club, Program Chin., Math, International, Girls' Clubs
Mary jo Hammes
Girls' Sports: Y-Teensg Student lfurunig Spanish, Liirls'
Chuirg Patterns in Printg Y-Teensg Girls'Ritle , Span-
Y-Teens: French, Spanish, Girls' Clubs
"fwl1ltr1tlo"g "Ol4l11liu1ua1l"g Choirg lfoullmll: ll'l'LlL'l'x
'liuekz lflnxlxts lfoutlmllg 4-lalkcs liglslxellmll: Suultut
Udor of melting tar chokes enthusiasm
Pep Club, See.: Y-Teensg Student Forumg Biology,
Spanish, Girls' Clubs
Business, Cirl's Clubs
Y-Teens, Wvorlcl lfullowship Chin.: VVestwguil lli
High-Times: Girls' Sportsg Girls' Club
Xfl't-cus, Worship Ching Senate, Cruicly Silllj Chiu.:
Nat. Thespiansg "Hai'x'ey": Student Furumg F.T.pX.,
Spanish Clubs: Olliee Xlbrkci' gli
Girls' linglish Club, V.P.g Pep Club, See., 'l'l'C2l5.Q lligh-
Tilnvs, Sec., Pictures Iicl.g Senate: Soc. Cmmn., lfrrwrs
Chau.: Grail Dance Chni.g l'Mik.ulu": 'iCJlliLlllUlll.llUZ
Choirg Westwzml Hog Stuilent l:lJ1'LllH
lligh-liulesg lllllllllllll Mgr.: M-Cluln
N-11-5-S l5OWli11g: Y-Tccnsg Girls' Glulu
High-Tiinesg Howlingq Girls' Sports: Y-Tcciis: Stumlcm
Forumg Red Gross, Biology, Girls' Clubs
Choir: Stage Crew: Art Anglcg Girls' Gluli
"Ulxlz1lioi1i41l'i: Gliir-ir: liriml: Ol'CllL'5lI'1lQ liowling Slu-
liitwriarioiigil Club, Dir.
Elwood triumphs as Harvey' haunts
"Oklahomzil": Stuclcnt Foruiiig G.A.A.g OHiciuls', Girls'
Rifle, Girls' Clubs
Wesrwrml Hug Volleyball: Golfg -l-Lzilirs ligiskntlnrll
Ili-Y. Scog Trzickg -l-Lakes liaskctlmll
"Mikatlo"1 Biiml: Orclicstrarz Student l-'oruiiiz Girls'
lic?-artlvzlllg Hockey: Hi-Y
Biuiil: lkittcriis in Printg Student Forum: Rail Gross.
Girls' Glubsg Girls' Sports
Gcruizui Club, V.P.g Y-Tucnsg Sturlcnt Forumg Spanish,
Inu-rimtioniil, Girls' Glulms
Ann Hobbins i C ii i
Pep Club, Trezisg High-Tiniesg Y-Teeusg Student
lfururng Girls' Club
Banclg Trackg 4-Lakes Basketball
Strive Crewg Movie Crew
lirrwlingg Girls' Sportsg Y-Teens, 1".'l'..X., liirls' Rille,
0ll'iciuls', Girls' Clubs
lligli-Tinies, News lid., News Copy Eel., Lay-Out licl.:
Patterns in Print, lid.-in-Chief, Cu-Iicl. of litliturizil
Starig Quill :intl Serollg "Oklahoma!"g Debate, French,
Westward Hog 4-Lakes Basketball: Hi-Yg Science Club
with student approval
Girls' Sportsg liowliiigg Y-Teensg Olficinrlsf lhlsillrss
'l'I'llCliQ lirrwlingg 4-lglkes lfrrntbzillg Ll-l.z1l4es Iigrslwl-
lmlig Movie Crew
Senate, Spurtsinunsbip Cl'lIl1.Q Okldhtllllkllilg Choir: Y-
Teensg Student Fururng F.T.A.g Girls' Rifle, Girls' Clubs
liuwlingg -l-Lakes liusketliull
-l-Lakes l-'uartbullg Bowling: Spanish, Ueriimn Clubs
l".II..-X., Prog. Chni.g OHicizrls', Girls' Clubs
lli-Y, Presg Stuilent l"l0l'Llll1
Stage Crew, Costumes Co-Hezulg Y-Teens, Currcs. Seng
Senatcg WVcstwurd Hog High-Timesg Math, Science,
fligli-Timcsg Y-Tccnsg Student l'lUl'LllllQ lk-lv, Cirls' ling-
lish, Girls' Clubs
Birrlzlilll 'l-lf Clubs
-l-Lakes lfootbnllg Bnwlingg Spanish Club
Belles and Beczux' deck class '61 party
Y-Tccnsg Business. Girls' Clubs
Y-Teens: Business, Girls' Clubs
Y-Tucnsg F.H.A., Business, Cirls' Clubs
Football: Hockey: 4-Lakes Bgiskctluill: Stage
M, Science, Biology Clubs
Cruw, Lighting Crew Hcuclq Nut. Tlicspiuns.
"MikQnlo"3 "Okluliomuli'g Choir: Stualcnt Forum
Spurlsg Bowling: Y-Tccnsg Student lfurunig Offi
High-Tiiuesg Y-Tcensg Student Forum, Girls' Club
Bandg Oithcstmg Y-Turns: German, Girls' Clubsg orfiee
Buwlingg Truckg Hi-Y
llistury Clulu. Pres., V.P., Scc.g Y-Teens, Soc. Clinig
lliiilwgy. Red Crm, Girls! Clubs
Golf: Trackg 4-Lakes Fooibiillg M-Club
Basketball, 4-Lakes liaskctballg Hi-Y, Camera Club
Seniors in finery celebrate festive season
Bowling, Y-Tccnsg Student I-1'-rumg lf.ll..'X.g Stage C1'L'K'UQ
Oiliciali, Spanish, Girls' Clubs
Patterns in Print: Student Forum: .Y -
it Xnglcg 1-.'l..X..
Biology, Spanish, Library, Girls' Clubs
liaselnullg -l-Lakes liasketbullg Student liurum
Spanish, llalmtc, Girls
F.l'l..'X.g Girls' Clulm
xvCSl.XVLll'll Hu, Sports lid,: ufflililhilllhllng Choir: In-
tcinatiuiiail, Science, Math Clulwsg Hull Monitor
SEN 1 ORS 43
lhisehall: 4-Lakes Footballg 4-Lakes Huskctbullg Hi-YQ
IliTSg Movie Crcwg Stage Crewg Spklllihh Club
llaskctbull Mgr.: liuwling: lfwotbullg 4-Lakes liuskctbullg
l-Rmtlmll. Co-Cgnptg Scnutcg linskctbnll: 'l'1'.icltg Ynllcy
lmllg Hi-Y: M-Club
lfuotlutllx Howling: 4-Lakes Baskutbtillg -l-I-'Q Movie
Student Forurng Business, Girls' Clubs
Choir echoes spirit of Jo eaux Noel
Business Club, Treats.: Scnateg High-Times: Paitu-rus
in Printg OHicinls', Girls' Clubsg Oilicc Wbrkci'
Band: Bowling: Vlifklxllig Cross Country: -l-Lukas Bas-
ketballg Radio Club
Stage Crew, Lighting Hcaclg Social Co1nm.g Choir:
Trackg Hall Monitor
llusiiit-ss Club, Pros.: Spanish Club, 'l'rctis.: Y-'lbciisz
qtutlcm lforuing Girls' English, Girls' Clubs
Band, Corp., Sgt.g Stage Crcw, Sets Hcadg Nat Thes-
piansg Scnateg Soc. COIUITLQ Choirg "Mikaclo"g HOkla-
Student Forumg Hi-Yg Stage Crvw
Basebnllg Football: Basketball: liowlingg Stage Crew
Movie Crcwg Hi-Yg Spanish Club
Girls' Club, Pres.: F.l'l.A., Trc:is.g lligh-Times, Fx
change Mgr.g ii0klLlhOlll1ll,lQ Y-Tccnsg Student Forum
Spanish Clubg office Wnrkcrg Choir
Westward Ho: Y-Tecnsg Student Forumg G.A.A.
Orlicials', Girls', Biology Clubsg Officer Workcr
O-rchcstra: Higli-Times: Y-Teens: GAA.: History,
Girls' Rifle, Girls' Clubs
with candle procession and carols
Ten n is
Choir: HCJl'illll14GI11LllnZ High-Timcs: Y-'Ft-t-ns: Student
Forumg History, Girls' Clubs: OI-lice Workt-rg Talent
Show: Sr. Class lflowcr, Ir. Class Party Decorations
F.H..X.g Y-Tccnsg Art Angleg Girls' Club
Patterns in Print
llandg Orrhcstrag Choirg "Mikado"g HOlil1ll'l0I1111lllZ Put-
tcrns in Printg Tcnnisg -l-Lakes Basketball
l".H.A.g History, Girls' Clubs
Art Angle, I'res.g Stuclcnt Forumg Spanish Club
Senate: High-Times: Y-Tet-nsg Student Furumg Girls'
Cluhg Hmm-cunning Court
Business, Girls' Clubs
Roar mounts to deafening din in crowded gym
M-Club, Pres.: Choir: "Oklahumal": Football, Truck:
Ml-Lakes liasketbullg Hi-Yg Science Club
VVestWard Ho, Photography Fcl.g Hi-Yg Camera Club
Banrlg 4-Lakes Footlmllg 4-F Cluh
Westward Ho, Business Mgr.g 4-Lakes Footballg 4-Lakes
Basketball: Student Forumg Hi-Yg IETSg 4-F, History,
Trackg Cross Countryg -l-Lakes Baskctballg Science
Cluhg Hall Monitor
l Choir: Basketballg Track: Vollerbzlllg -l-Lakes Basker-
bzlllg History, Biology, M-Clubs
Spdnish Club, Pres., Hi-Y, V.P., 4-Lzikcs Football,
Y-'Ta-c11s: Girls' Clubg Otlicc Worker
Iligh-Times: Piittcrns in Printg Y-Teens: Student
lforuin: G.A.A.3 Spanish. History, Girls' Clubs
Psp Club, Business Chin., Scnzitcz "Oklzil1omul"g VVcstf
ward Hog Higli-Times, Y-Tccnsg Girls', History, Biol-
ogy Clubs, Candy Shop
"Mik.ido"g Ucjlilllhfllllillug High-Times, Westward Ho:
Patterns in Print: Football, Truck, Bowling: llnskctbullg
Ilistory, Radio, Biology, Minh, Dcbatc Clubs
Student Forum: Stage Crcwg Biology, Girls' Clubs
Pandemonium reigns during semester exams
Student Forum, V.l'., Sec.: l".'l'.A., Sec.: Girls' Cluw,
Progrzun Chm.: Choir: "Oklz1l1om:1!"g iiMlliL1llfl'lZ Wast-
wiirtl Hog Patterns in Print, Stage Crew: Girls' Eng-
Cheerleading, Pres., Sec.: Class Night, .Xdvertising
Chm.g Choirg Triple Triog Orchestra, Girls' Club:
Hmm-coming Quccng Talent Show
Stage Crew, Atl. Heaclg Pep Club, Publicity Chin.:
Patterns in Print, Oi"ficiz1ls', Girls' Clubs: Candy Shop
Wrestling, C11pt.g Cross Country'
Clioirg Cross Countryg Wrcsrling
lianclg Orchestral: 'lMika1clo": Ml-F. Ushers' Clubs
lirmrlmllg VVrc-sllingg 1li'l'Sg Biology, Spanish Clulvs
Pmml, Corp.: Choir: "Okluhrmial": Uslicrs', Biology,
Stuclcnt lioruing l".'l'.A.g Girls' Clubs
Y-Tccnsg Girls' Club: Candy Shop
Hand: Orchestra: i'cJlil1llllDll1l1l"Q High-Times, Cnpx
liml.g Curlingg Hl-Lakes liriskrtlwall
Marine life netted in rigging
li,T.,X., Pres: Girls' Cluli, Prcmgrguu Cu-Clnn., Plllvlirirx'
Kilim.: YVcstwzu'cl Hu: Student Frmrumg Spzrnisli Clulw
Y-Tccns: Stuclcnt lfnrum: liusinr-ss, Girls' Clubs
lizinml: Orchestra: Y-Tccnsg Student lfuruing Art Angle
Maiiorertef, Girls' Rifle, Girls' Clulws
Bzimlg 4-F Biology Clubs
Quill and Scroll: lligli Tiincsg lhiskctlmllg
Iiunclg Debate, Radio, Math, Science Clubs
Y-Teensg F.H.A.g Girls' Club
Rifl C Cl ub
' ' fmrrs: Student lfuruui: Urlicinlf, Girls Llulr.
C lllx S5
l,ll'1l'Ill'y, Girls' Clulws
Y-Tccns: Girls' Club
Cirls' Rmvlingg F.H.A.: Art Angle: Business Clulw
4-Lzlkcs Fmvtbzlllg 4-Lzlkcs Hzlskctlmll
above harbor at Montego Boy'
Malirxrctte Club, Prcs.g Business Clulw, Prugrzuu Chm.:
YT I ' V
4-msg Art Anglcg Girls' Club
VVrcstlinQ: Cross Country
Nut. Tliuspialus, Pros.: Stagc Crow, Pros.: Hi-Y, Sec.:
Scnutc: lfmxtlnullg llnsvlmllg Hrmckcyg 4-l.a1lic's lizlskvtlizlllg
-l-Lakes Baiskctluallg Hi-Yg Stage Crew
-LF, Pres.: Stage Crew, Props Hea
Hczulq High-Timcsg Bowling
clg Ushers' Club,
Scnatc: Bowling: Ilfrlqsg Math, Science, Raclio Clubs
Sunnis. Constinuion Chm.: Social Co-mm.: "Harvcx"':
Choir: Baseball: -l-Lzikcs Biiskctlwullg Stngc Crewg Art
.Xnglcg Math Clulu
Biology, Spanish Clubs
Ilf.TS, V.P.g Football, Capt.g Hockey: Railio Club
Stage Crcw, Make-Up Hcacl, Sec.: Nat. Tlicspians: Scn-
atcg Social Comnrg Choirg "Mikaclo": L'Oklahomal":
lliggli-Tinics: Y-Tet-ns: Stuclcnt lforuni: Girls' Club
lr. Class Prcs.g IETS, Pres.: Scnatc: Westward Ho:
Footballg Basketballg Tcnnisg Baseball: Howling: Hi-Y
Y-Tccnsg Girls' Club
High-Timcsg Y-Tccnsg Girls', Pop Clubs
Combos, kicks, and comics entertain
Jo Ann Pagliaro
lligli-'liinic-sq Biology, Girls' Riflv. Girls' Cll
lligli-Timm-sz Y-Tcl-ns: Girls' linglish, Girls' Clulisg
Choir: "Oklalioinal"g Pattcrns in Print: Spanish. Girls'
Talent Show, M.C.g Hi-Yg Art Angli-
lligh-Tinics, Copy Fda Stuclt-nt Forum, Prcs.: IICTS,
'l'rcas.g Snnatc: VVcstwarcl Ho: Baseball: -l-Lakus Foot-
ballg 4-Lalccs Baskctballg Hi-YQ Math Club
Patterns in Printg Curling, Skippcrg Student lforumg
History, Spanish Clubs
Nat. Thcspians. Scc.g Westward Ho, Clubs lid.: Stage
Crew, Costunics CofHcaclg li.'l'..X., V.P.g Pattvrns in
Print, Co-liilitorg Library, Girls' Iinglisli, Girls' Clubs
Y-Teens: Biology, Girls' Clubsg Office VVorker
Choirg Y-Tucnsg l.il1rary, Girls' Clubs
Cross Country, Mgr.g Stage Crew
Orchestra, c:Ul1CL'l'lI11IlStC'I', Pres.: "Mikamlo"g 'KOkl.i
at AF T client Show
Curling: I-li-Y: Science Clulvg Tala-nt Show
VVestWard Ho, Feature Ed.g Pep Club, Program Chm.g
Social Comm., Sec.g Choir: "Okluhomz1!"g High-Times:
Patterns in Print: Student Forumg Biology Clubg Truck
Senate. Prcs.: Ili-Y, V.l'.: Activity Pin Comm., Chm.:
N.H.S.: Ri-ct-ptions Comm.: I-'ootlxillz flock:-yn M-Cluli
Hll'lI'Yt'XuZ Orclicstriiz Cross Country: Soir-ncv Club
Y-Tccnsg liusinrss. Girls' Clulws
"Uklz1limn1il"g Y-Tccnsg Student Forunig Girls' Cluli
Science, Girls' Clnlis
Triple Trio: Choir: High-Times: Stage Crew: Y-Tc-c-ns
Student lforumg Pr-p, Girls' Clulis
Bundg High-Timcsg Girls' Club
W ithd ru wn
Trzickg lilirziry Cluli
Gmpplers, undefeated in dual meets,
Ir. Class V.l'.: Scnntu: "Oklulimnn!"g Suqiqrl Comm.:
-l-Lakes Buskctliallg Student Forum: Mzrtli. Scivnu-
Cluhsg Hull Monitor
Irlockcyg Bnselmllg 4-Lakes Football
lfootballg Hockcvg 4-lsrkcs Buskctlmll: Student lforumz
M-Clubg Haw '
Westward Hog Asst. Iid.g Girls' English Club,
N.H.S.g Choirg Student Forunig Internatifmril.
Cirls' Cluli, Puli. Cn-Clam.: Y-Tuens
52 SEN IORS
Ccrnmn, Business Clulvs
Piittc-rns in Print: French, Math, Girls' linglisli, Red
oss, Girls' Clulisg F.T.A.g Hall Monitor
French, Girls' Clubg Y-Tecnsg F.H.A.g Girls' Bowling
Girls' Rifle, Girls' Clubs
Art Angleg Girls' Club
4-lnilws liilslxcllmllg Spanish, Biology Clubs
Slllilllllf lfurumg Girls' Club
liimdg Stage Crcwg Science Club
snatch city trophy
Cheer I.L-railing, Prus.: "Oklul1muiil"g Triple Trio:
Choir: Paiucrus in Priutg Girls' Club: Girls' liowliug
Forirbiillg Truckg M Club
Scnatcg uOl'il2il'l0lll2ll"Q Choirg High-Tiiucsg .Xrt Auglcg
Y-Tccnsg Girls' Club
Officials' Club, Points Clllll.Q Y-Tccnsg Rod Cross, Girls'
Spanish Club, V.P.g Girls' Club, Social Chiu.: "Okla-
lioiuzi!"g Orchcstrug Choirg Student Foruiiig Math, Girls'
Rifle Clubsg Girls' Bowling
lidlltll Cross Cuiiiitryg l-'.'I'..X.g Scicucc. Gci'm.ui Clubs
Biology Club, Prog. Chm.g "Miluiilri"g "Okliil1oi11:1!"g
Orclicxtraiz Bowling: Science Club
Ir. Class Sec.g Senate, Pub. Chm., Seng Social Comm.,
Refreshments Chm.g N.H.S.g Westward Hog Girls' Club
NVestw1u'cl Hog High-Times: Y-Teensg Stuzlcnt Forum:
History, Girls' Rifle, Girls' Clubsg Hall Monite-rg Ollice
4-laikes Footbzillg Hi-Y
Scllalcg lligli-'l'i1ues3 Y-Tccllsg Girls' Clubg Ullitt'
l N.H.S.g "O'klah0mz1!"g Stage Crewg Double Quiirtetg
Choirg Hnsketballg Tennis
l Brass quintet and drummers three
lloclscyg -l-Lakes 1:12-iblbklllg Stage Crew: lli-Y
Footbzillg -l-Lakes Basketball: Hi-Yg al-1" Club
Choir: Y-Teensg Girls' Rifle, Girls' Clubs
Susan Mary Saltzman
Y'Tf'L'1lSS Student Forum: F.T..X.: Officials. Girls' Clubs
Pep Culb, V.P., Prograuu Chm.: French Club
Ucjlilllllillllillni Triple Triog Choir: Bzuul: VVcstwiu'll
Hog Stage Crewg German, Girls' Clubs
Wrestling: Hall Monitor
Nfflillllllllllillql choir: Orelic-strziz l.ilmxry, Mzull, Science,
Ull'iei41ls', Girls' Clubs
Officials' Club, V.P., Seng Westward Ho, Typing lid.:
F.T.A., Sec.: Student Forum. Girls' Clubg 'Ukluhoinali
Mary Joan Schuck
Clit-wlciiililig, Svc., X'.I'.: "Oklailioiii4il": l".'l'..X.: Span
isli. O1l'icii1ls', Girls' Clubs
Student Forumg Hi-Yg Truck
highlight pop concert
Girls' linglisb Club, V.P,, Prusg W'cstwiirtl Ho: High-
Timcs: Y-Tccns: Student Forumg International, Girls'
Xlfrcstliug, Mgr.g Cross Country, Mgr.
liioloyuy Club: -i-l.:iliL-s Pmslgclligill
Jo Anne Sedgwick
Y-Tccns, Membership Cliui., I'rcs.g Scnzitcz VVt-styvuul
llog lligli-Tiuicsg Stage Crcwg Biology, Girls' Clubs
Student lfe:-rumg Dcbatc, Biology, History, Library Clubs
Y-'llemg Stutlciit lstlfllllll Spiinimh, Biology,
1liTSg Curliugg -l-Lakes lizimltetbull
Y-Tecnsg Retl Cross, History, Girls, Clubbg Talent Slum
Snow submerges West, forcing 710071 closure
U.W. Mumic Clinic Scholarmhipg S'Okl11l111111al" linntl'
Track, Mgizg -lfLakes Baskctballg Student l:Ul'Lllll1 llaw
Yca1'bo11k, Acet.g Debate Clubg Hull Mimitimi'
Stage Crcwg Railio Club
uUl'il11l1tJlllLll,iZ Stage Crew: Choir: Ibiiuble Q11.11't.1.
VVestwartl Ho: -l-Lnkcs Bnxketballg llixtwy tllulm
Hi-Y, Plll'C215.Q -l-Lakes Basketball
xx'L'SlXY.ll'tl Hog Y-Teemg Student l'i0I'lll1lQ l9.'l'..X.: Nllllll,
Hi-Y, V.P.5 -l-Lukem Basketball: Student l'iUl'llll1I llif
Soph. Clans V.l'.g Harvarcl Book Award: lilks Leiulcr-
ship Awarilg Badger Boys' State: N,H.S., Pres.: lligh
Times, lixec. licl.g Senuteg "liurvey"g Teunimg Debate
4-li, Cermaui Clubs
"l'l411'vey", Student lJir.g ligand, Ltd., lfielcl Sgt.: Sell'
ate: iioiililllfjlllilliig Choirq Double Quartet: -l-lakes
Curlingg Cross Countryg -l-Lakes Basketball: Stuclent
Forumg History Club
Track team claims own Relay trophy
lligh-Times: Y-Teem: li.ll..X.g l,ibr1u'3 Club
4-Lakes Basketball: Bzlmlg High-Timemg 'I'111ckg Hifi
Art Augleg Lib1'qu'y
.Xrt Angle, History, Science, Biology, Librauy Cluews
Y-Teensg Art Angle, Girls' Clubs
Weslwaml Ile-1 lilgll-'llill1CSI 'l'1'z1clc: liaakelliallz -l-Lakes
llabketlnillz 4-Lakes limtluull: History, Science Clube
Sehulimic .Xrt :Xwnrclg Y-Teensg Ari Angle, Ciirlx
Clubs: Czuuly Shop
"Mikarl0"g i'OklHhOlll1llllQ Chuirg Student lforumg De-
lJLllC, Spanish Clubs
K-Mlli3Lllll.Q Ulllilklliollhlulg Choirg Skiing: 4-Lakes Bas'
kt-tballg Hall Monitor
llguulg -l-lanlu-s lfuollmllg Vullcylmllg Student lfuruin
llifYg llistory, Spanish Clubs
liantlg Bowlingg JETS
Gamblers, dance-hall girls, prospectars,
Bzlnclg Stage Crew
Ninth Club, Sec.: High-Times, Copy Eel., News Htl.
Patterns in Print, licl. Bcl.g "Oklahomal"g Choir
Stage Crt-xv: Girls' Cluli
kfuuutry: lli-Y, .Xrl .Xngltx Clllllffll, M-Clubs
l-'ootlmllg Truck: .Xrt Angle: jli'l'S
llifli-Times, llc.ul l'lmtogr'11pl1c1': lfmmtlmll. Mgr.: Cross
F.H..Xg OHicizils', Girls' Rif
Y-Ten-nsg Officials' Club, Poi
Uirli, liusincss, Spunisli
Simiiisli, Girls, Girls' Riflu
VVrcstl in g
cowboys, Qgals, gather at 'Golden ugget'
Spanish, History Clubs
.ihoiimlug Choirg VVrcstling: Spanish, Latin Clulis
lkp Clulv. Pres.: Girls' linglish Club, Soc.: "Ol-ilriliw
mil : Clmir: lli'hfI'imcs: l,2lllL'l'I1S in l'ri11l: Wesl-
xx ml llu: Stuclrm lfu-rum: 5ILlQC Lrcw: Ciirls Lluls
Y-l'ucnsg l".T..-Lg Girls' English, Girls' Clulns
Nancy Jo Torrence
Girls' Sportsg Y-Tecnsg F.H..-L3 Red Cross, Girls
cials' Clhubsg Talent Show
4-Lakes BllSliCll7LlllQ Cross Counlryg Hi-Y
Y"llL'k'IlhQ Biology, Business, Girls' Clubs
Girls' Riflu, Girls' Clubs
Bruulg Orchcstrng History, Girls' Clubs
"Oklahoma, y0u'1'e O.K. "
Nat. Thcspizuis, V.l'.g High-Times, Exec. llml., News
lid., News Copy licl.g Math Club, Pres., V.l7.g Okla-
l1omal": Choirg VVcstward Hog Stage Crew
NVcstWurml Ho, Aalvcr. Erl.g Stage Crow, C41-cusluxm
Hcadg Y-Teens, Program Chm., Intcrclub llrlcgntcz
N.H.S.g Nut. Tlirspinlis, Bnmlg Orchcstrug cifflllrlll.
' Elaine Voss
lligli-Times: Wcsuxuml Ho: 1f.'l'..X.g Y-'llmisz Suulrm
lirrumg Girls' Club
liruul, Corp.: Hockey: Fmmtlxrllz -l-Lnlxcs lirrslictlmlli
Sturlcnt l"urumg C1ll!lCI'll, History Clubs
, NAL. 'l'l1q-spinllsz "ll.u'wy"g l-'.H..X,: Y-'ll-mis: Slurlvlu
lforum: Girli, Library, Spanish Clubs
liaxscbullg 'l'l,lllCL'S linskctballg Howling: Spunisli Club
llulb, occ.: Scnutcg Vlicstling: liascbullg Golf: Volley-
lmll: -l-laxkcs Footballg -l-Lakes Baskctlmll: Spanisli,
Girls' Sportsg Bowlingg Officials' Club
Biology Club, V.l'.g "Oklahoin:1l"g Choir: Bnnrlq Iluwle
ingg Dt-lmte, Math Clubs
Scnateg Y-Tecnsg Student Forumg Spanish, Cirls' Clubs
Pep Cluh, Prcsg High-Times, Feature Cc-py Fil.: Sen'
ZIICQ Social COIlll'T1.Q Stage Crcwg "Mikad0"g 'lOklaho-
ma!"g Choirg Triple Triog Westward Hog Girls' Club
Building ends ds new walls merge with old
Stage Crew, Lighting Hcnfl: Ya-xirbookz Curling
Ofliicials' Club, Sec.-Truisg Y-Teens: G..X.,X.: Girls'
r. Girls' Clubs
liLlFItlQ IETSQ Math, Science Clubs
Patterns in Print: High-Timcsg Student Forum
Hi-Y, Prcs.3 Student Forum
Westward llo, Iicl.-in-Chicfg Scnatcg Tcnnisg Baslactballg
4-Lakes Baskctballg Student lforumg Spanish Club
Officials' Club, Prt-s.g Banrl, Co1'p.g Orchestra, Scc.g
Cross Countyg liaschallg 4-Lakes Basketball
lligh-Times: Yfllw-iisz History, Biology, Girls' Clubsg
Biology, llistory, Girls' Clubs
In cz whirl ofczctifvity seniors depart
Stage Crew, Sets Hcadg Class Night tio-chin.: History
l Club, V.l'.: Social Comm., Decorations Chm.: Choir:
Wcstwarcl Hog -l-Lalics Baskctballg Math, Scicnct- Clubs
Biology Club, Prcs.g Senate, Sec., V.P.g Social Comm.
Chm.g N.H.S.g "Mikado"g "Oklahoinall'g Clioirg
French Cluhg Cheerleading
llancl, l,t,g Science Club, Scc.g Orchestra: Patterns in
Printg Tcnnisg 4-Lakes llasketballg Dcbatc, Biology,
Camera, Ramlio Clubs
F.H.A.g Girls' Club
Pep Club, V.l'.g 'KOklahomal"g Stage Crexvg Choir
Y-Teens, Mein. Chm.g High-Times, Head Typistg
Choirg Student Forumg Girls' English, Girls' Cluhsg
Senate: Track: Bowling: -l-Lakes Football: Sturlunt
Forum: Biology Club
Hiulugx. Siltllft' Clubs
lit-lmum Scicmr Clubs
Band: O1 :lu-strn
with regrets and bright hopes
Mr. Christoliersen talks to the senior
class about graduation activities as
Class Night Chairman, Tom Wool-
sey, Senior Class Vice-President, Don
Bushnell, and Senior Class Advisor,
Mr. Delung ponder the information
they are to present.
Sue Bonfield, Iudith Ghastin, Ioan Al-
brecht, Elaine Minshall, Virginia Powers,
Margie Mickow, Priscilla Lail, Donna Mar-
shall. Marcia Richgels, members of Girls'
Club Social Committee, make Christmas
corsages for all senior high girls.
Officers Pilot Class Activities.
Mr. Delunq, senior class adviser, con-
gratulates the officers - Dave Black
president: Don Bushnell, vice-president,
and Anne Fleming, secretary: on win-
ning the 1961 Homecoming float.
The sophomore class officers, Iim
Doyle, vice-president: Fred Barbash,
president: and Laura Crow, secre-
tary: and Mr. Antonie, sophomore
class adviser, discuss plans for the
sophomore class party.
64 CLASS OFFICERS
Mike Moore, iunior class president, discusses
plans for Grad Dance with Mr. Hafeman,
class adviser, and the other officers, Nancy
Wilson, vice-president: and Barbara Backer.
The Class of 1962 Planned Graaf Dance.
With the groundwork of the sophomore year
behind them, the junior class started to build a
strong class structure by electing Mike Moore as
their president, Nancy Wilson as their vice-presi-
dent, Barbara Backer as their secretary, and Mr.
Hafeman as their class adviser. With these of-
ficers to lead them in their task of learning to be
leaders, the junior class faced the tasks ahead
Their first job was to try to win back the coal
bucket trophy. As sophomores they had won this
trophy for the best homecoming float. Their float
"Let's Take All Four Quartersl' lost, but they
had fun doing it.
Then A.F.S. candidates Nadine Amphlett, Polly
Brodie, Mary Porter, and Tom Webb were an-
nounced. Mary Porter was chosen to go to New
Zealand for the second semester.
Putting all their energy into the class party,
Q'The Roaring Twentiethn, it was surprising how
much enthusiasm they had left for the tasks that
still faced them.
Pete Krug, Rick Griffith, and alternate Wally
Wittich, were chosen as representatives for Badger
Boys State. Representatives for Badger Girls State
were chosen in June and student senate cam-
paigns got into full swing.
As final proof of their ability as a class, the
juniors put on a very successful Grad Dance for
As juniors, the students finished building and
remodeling their class and prepared to return
the next year as leaders of the newly finished and
HOME ROOM 7
Front Row: B. Kazik, P. Turner, M. Hill, S.
LaBrossc, V. Graham, S. Kulp, P. Greisen,
Row Two: J. Haugsland, D. Power, N. Isa-
bella, N. Callen, K. Kay, S. Heuser, L. Le-
May, R. Hayden, Hembreg Row Three:
J. Henderson, D. Hammes, C. Iverson, R.
Hutzel, D. Harwood, V. Hoffman, S. Harp-
er, K. Krueger, G. Indra, Row Four: Ker-
tulla, J. Kuehn, F. Hansen, U. Lettau,
Liska, Green, Beecher, Dunn, D.
Nelson. P. Krug.
HOME ROOM 14
Front Row: D. Kremer, S. Freeman, C. Hal-
prin, Gorst, N. Guggenbuehl, I. Fokakis,
L. Halperin, Row Two: B-. Cook, R. Fox,
J. Gleason, P. Hanson, D. Roberts, P. Ger-
vasi, M. Erickson, D. Foster, Row Three:
C. Ellis, Hildebrandt, Eckhardt,
Holland, Hurst, R. Hochstetter, C. Hines,
F. Berry, Harmon, Row Four: G. Heivi-
lin, S. Gall, P. Lanphear, D. Forsyth,
Jondrow, O. Weber, B. Fraser, S. Finnigan,
J. I-Iarrer, F. Fueger.
HOME ROOMS 65
T hey T urned Back the Clock for T heir
HOME ROOM Z5
Front Row: S. Lewis, M. Loder, L. Jallings,
G. jeffcot, K. Fison, F. Messert, L. Lengyel,
C. Foy, Row Two: Sinn, M. Lilji, T.
Hughes, M. Lucas. G. Kaeser, A. Liddle, S.
Lachnit, S. Laugan, M. Leinbergerg Row
Three: B. Johnson, D. Huegal, B. Hoebel,
G. Hoffman, S. Beckman, L. Ives, S. Lenz,
J. Heuft, M. Grant, H. Manzer, Row Four:
D. Lewis, D. Jacobson, T, Hunter, J. May-
land, D. Pfahler, P. Kelly, Maraniss,
Jennings, M. Pierson, B. Marek, D. Lom-
Polly Brodie and Tom Webb, two ot the
AFS candidates, read a letter they re-
ceived irom Mary Porter, West's AFS stu-
dent in New Zealand.
66 HOME ROOMS
HOME ROOM 1 18
Front Row: Dahl, B. Ajer, C. Cassidy, N.
Amphlett, S. B-rowne, S. Becker, Row Two:
D. Bessert, S. Anderson, H. Bandy, B. Bar-
ry. C. Brandt, P. Moore: Row Three: D.
Adams, S. Blomgren, P. Blomquist, Ba Barry,
M. Birch, D. Bailev, S. Best, L. Atwood, H.
Suckle: Row Four: D. Aspinwall, N. Baillies,
A. Anderson, B. Bohl, M. Alt, J. Albrecht.
-T. Anderson, J. Alexander, G. Balcken.
Class Party, "The Roaring T twentieth. "
Iuniors relax at their class party. Seated at the first table are Dale Iohn-
son, Karen Tanner, Pat Kelly and Phoebe Chidester: at table two are
Chris Roisum, Dave Otto, Diane Foster and John Beck: and at table
three are Tom Speranza, Brek Iohnson, Ellen Pasch and Mary Erickson.
HOME ROOM 124
Front Row: G. Evans, V. B-enskin, K. Evans,
M. Engelberger, Drinlchouse, N. Graham
D. Filce: Row Two: S. Farnsworth, R. Dob
son, D. Curran, J. Hamre, Ghastin, D
Eichner, C. Mey'erg Row Three: Gillette
C. Geier, Doremus, M. Gordon, Dol-
larcl, C. Eising, M. Freclc: Row Four: F
Griffith, R. Coens, K. Grafton, R. Bright
W. Wiedmann, T. Disney, M. Erickson, J
Kauffeld, F. Fiedler.
HOME ROOM 123
Front Row: G. Curless, Darling, P. Chi-
dester, B. Brown, A. Densmore, A. Dahler,
T. Dahllcg Row Two: C. Camp, M. Devitt,
K. Clauson, T. Burress, S. Swanson, D.
Green, T. Bowman, Beck: Row Three: M.
Schabaclcer, G. Bright, S. Cox, M. Nelson,
S. Beld, T. Casey, D. Dean, P. Brodie: Row
Four: K. Bures, xl. Bliemehl, G. Esse,
Duwe, D. Zimclars, Chamberlain, C. Ben-
net, B. Bray, P. Dylcman.
HOME ROOMS 67
They Campaigned Vigmfously for Their
HOME ROOM 207
Front Row: L. Lulling, S. Lautz, Marks,
T. McCarthy. Kepke: Row Two: C. Kil-
lam, Michelson, D. Marshall, M. I-lalpin,
P. Lail, S. Kearlg Row Three: A. Kreft,
Burdick, E. Mickelson, E. McEachern, T.
Welch, R. Wolf: Row Four: M. Moore, H.
Cuccia, T. VanGalcler, M. Knapton,
Kluncl, R. Meier, B. Johnson.
HOME ROOM 215
Front Row: L. Zimmerman, S. Wittenkamp,
A. Taylor, B. Lemke, L. Stamfli, Symon,
I. Xwalker, D. Turner: Row Two: P. Shuler,
M. Wright, N. Wirth, S. Voight, S. Vande-
berg, M. West, Grasse, A. Sweet: Row
Three: S. Ten Eyck, K. Wittwer, B. Backer,
N. Wilson, ll. Wilson, G. Seborg, H. Teal,
D. Stephens, J. Prindivilleg Row Four:
Valentine, J. Stanke, D. Smith, W. Wittich,
D. Schreier, E. Ulsrucl, G. Snorek, T. Sper-
anza, Strossenreuther, B-. Workinger.
68 HOME ROOMS
HOME ROOM 209
Front Row: C McCabe, M. O'Connor, B.
Olsen, P. Sparkman, M. O'Mala, Muehle-
mann: Row Two: D. Penn, G. Liscum, W.
Paschall, D. Meloy, S. Morgan, K. Morgan,
M. O,Dell: Row Three: C. Meyer, Mead-
owcroft, C. Matthews, G. Langley, Mey-
ers, K. Nielson. T. I-'lansong Row Four: T.
Olson, D. Johnson, D. Macke, E. Cox, C.
Lueders, D. Fox, D. Otto, Newel.
f K 'Y
Student Senate President, Vice-president.
HOME ROOM 217
Front Row: Kimball, P. Runnells, S.
Grady, M. Abel, M. Pritchard, P, Riley, J.
Phillipson: Row Two: S. Meloy, K. Wag-
goner, T. Poast, McMullin, S. Petersen,
Johnson, L. Rott, Payne, Row Three: S.
Pauls, J. Olson, L. McDaniels, E. Lovejoy,
J. Pederson, M. Panelc, E. Larson, H. Ham-
bleton, L. Waln, H. Panlcowg Row Four:
Moore, G. Nelnel, L. Hansbrough, B. Ras-
mussen, R. Luliclce. S. Wilson, D. Musolf,
R. Radder, K. Nelson, D. Rossiter.
HOME ROOM 218
Front Row: M. Shannon, L. Heding, L.
Roberts, K. Schwalloaclc, Snobarger, P.
Reigle, B. Smith, Row Two: B. Reese, K.
Roisum, R. Rosinslcy, M. Johnson, K. Schiro,
K. Sandrock. J. Sperh, S. Baumgarteng Row
Three: N. Piazza, C. Robinson, M. Bayley,
Severn, Spector, D. Nichols, J. Rouse,
B. Newcomb, B. Olson, J. Skilton, Row
Four: P. Grimstad, C. McComlJer, G. Tim-
me, R. Shaunessy, B-. Cox, S. Raffill, B.
Scott, M. Cooper, M. Preizler.
HOME ROOM 227
Front Row: J. Walker, S. Sasman, S. Van-
derwall, M. Rutherford, S. Sites, S. Ayers,
P. Hanson, S. Wagner, Row Two: T. Webb,
L. Tilsen, S. Stark, T. Waddell, T. Rice, N.
Schmit, B. Schroeder, P. Schoenenberger,
S. Ruklicg Row Three: K. Bennett, D. Smith,
M. Riegel, S. Lewis, T. Sweet, D. Rauschen-
laerger, B. O'Donnell, K. Corcoran, Row
Four: D. Johnson, T. Tarlcow, S. Kelly, S.
Smith, J. Thiecle, B. Purdy, K. Timmerman,
C. Leveque, K. Kappel.
HOME ROOMS o9
Sophomores Discovered New F fiends In
As the foundation was laid and the building
began for the new addition to West, the sopho-
mores, also new to West, laid a strong foundation
in electing Fred Barbash as class president, Jim
Doyle as vice-president, Laura Crow as secretary
and Mr. Antonie as adviser. As well as helping
judge sophomore cheerleaders, these officers sent
get well cards to any classmates with a prolonged
They soon learned that competition in senior
high is not as easy as it might seem. They worked
hard on their homecoming float "Slice Beloit," but
it was not good enough to capture the coal bucket.
With only half of their class permitted to at-
tend the auditorium programs, the sophomores
found themselves at a disadvantage in competi-
tive cheeringg but they redeemed themselves and
showed up' the upper classmen in school spirit by
having the best class representation at most of the
away football and basketball games. Part of this
spirit was due to the excellent record of the
sophomore basketball team, which won the Big
Showing ingenuity and enthusiasm, the class
planned for their class party, 'iOut of This
World". All enjoyed the decorations which were
centered around an army surplus weather balloon
hanging from the ceiling.
When the sophomores enter West next year as
juniors, the additions and remodeling of the
school will be finished, but they will go on chang-
ing and imp-roving until they graduate.
HOME ROOM 20
Front Row: K. Brehn, W. Brown, B. Biercl
K. Anken, W. Beebe, K. Antonius, S. Bakkeg
Row Two: K. Anderson, H. Ayres, M. Buell,
S. Arnold, Boorman, B. Backus, D.
Barnes, H. Beach, Row Three: S. Bourne,
Argraves, Benson, C. Brown, B. Bicknell,
F. Barbash, M. Hasler, D. Waisman, S. An-
dersong Row Four: A. Beveridge, D. Risley,
R. Arnett, K. Felley, M. Banovez, S. Andrew,
B. Archer, B. Beranek, B. Bates, Mack.
HOME ROOM 116
J. Buerkle, P. Brogden, Brye, K. Bretz-
man, S. Cameron, C. Lincks, S. Boyan. Row
Two: A. Sotelo, S. Brunn, L. Brensike, L.
Brown, P. Brown, K. Buckholtz, C. Brandt,
N. Alt, Row Three: T. Block, G. Karp, W.
Brynelson, Beyler, M. Bruhn, A. Bates,
H. Bieberstein, W. Buenzlig Row Four: J.
Wardle, H. Bohms, M. Blaedel, F. Blair, F.
Dipiazza, W. Bogle, D. Becker, R. Burk-
halter, N. Bright.
Clit bs, F estisvities, and Ath letie Events.
HOME ROOM 120
Front Row: S. Busse, R. Caruso, S, Earley,
L. Combs, L. Kleine, B. Busse, P. Cowle:
Row Two: B. Cole, K. Cramer, M. Cole, M.
Cassidy, R. Knickmeier, H. Schwartz, A.
Damlnekaln, Burton: Row Three: L. Crow,
C. Nutter, K. Cox, S. Daley, R. Carnes, R.
Christianson, D. Cochems, W. Cox, L. Dag-
yzett: Row Four: T. Dale, S. Zarantello, S
Decker, R. Carbon, H. Cook, R. Busse, R.
Wildeman, B. Beckman, W. Culbertson.
HOME ROOM IZZA
Front Row: J. Farmer, S. Davies, C. Farber,
S. Doyle, Friess, M. Clifford, Dietrich
V. Dcchant: Row Two: S. Emery, S. Ferris
P. Devitt, A. Donahue, V. Dug, B. Frank-
enstein, D. Puccio, N. Waldman, B. Fibikar:
Row Three: Evans, Doerner, Glucks-
man, S. Evenson, S. Knee, D. Fry, G. Has-
ler, M. Dyhclahl, C. Deutsch, P. Falcig Row
Four: V. Fenske, M. Finch, J. Enrlev, P.
Darho, J. Doyle. J. Drake, T. Fix, B. Fried-
man, M. Faulhaber, Frye, Edwards.
Cheerleaders for the sophomore class are: front
row, Bonnie McKnight, Betsey Grummer. and
Peggy Moore: second row. Shirley Krueger,
Terri Smith, and Dixie Remington.
HOME ROOMS 71
They Found Time to Elect Officers
HOME ROOM 202A
Front Row: S. Tuttle, J. Wilson, J. Wolman,
J. Zum Brennen, L. Weitala, P. Vauk, J
Vincent: Row Two: E. Williams, P. Web
ber, P. Wick, S. Festge, B. Zerwick, B. Bor
ment, M. Vire, M. Pope, Row Three: D
Woody. M. Wilber. S. Wellenkotter, C
Voss, C. Wolfe, S. VUerren, M. Tenney, T
Wettengel: Row Four: P. Smith, R. Vogt
T. Zerhel, Williams, R. Stich, D. Walker
D. Wiebe, R. Hansen, J. White.
72 HOME ROOMS
HOME ROOM 122B
Front Row: S. Hamilton, Fernandez, B.
Grummer, C. Henderson, C. Gant, Har-
tenbergg Row Two: S. Roberts, L. Pomeroy,
D. Gaarcler, J. Gilchrist, D. Gara, Kosak,
C. Hayden: Row Three: P. Ferry, Hanks,
W. Graham, G. Haffner, K. Hanson, S.
Heine, W. Garrott, D. Gronengg Row Four:
R. Farrell, J. Ela, J. Emlen, W. Goers, P.
Gernon, D. Groton, R. Hanson, R. Baley,
HOME ROOM 201
Front Row: B. Hammersley, T. Charnowitz,
A. Herzog, S. Jacobson, P. Hogan, M.
Linclemann, B. Johnson, Jennings, Row
Two: S. Krueger, J. Hughes, N. House-
holcler, C. Jacobson, C. Laufenbrrg, N. Jew-
son, J. Hochstetter, A. Taylor: Row Three:
S. Edwards, B. Field, K. Hintz, J. Haugs-
land, B. Hsu, F. Sander, Hansbrough, R.
Harris: Row Four: G. Ferris, B. Hayes, C.
Huboi. B. Howe. D. Johnson, L. Hanson,
J. Heines, J. Herrick, F. Huitt.
and Decorate cz Homecoming F loot.
HOME ROOM 203
Front Row: Kepke, K. Koeblce, N. Sparr,
E. Johnson, M. Jones, F. Iltis, D. Max, Row
Two: K. Johnson, L. Jones, B. Karsten, M.
Manson, J. Kolb, L. Komurka, L. Loyster,
Row Three: S. Jalves, N. Hagen, S. Juedes,
K. Foseicl, D. Kline, D. Duerst, M. Kaeser,
D. Knope, Row Four: Virtue, Kuntz,
F. Klucly, T. Klinge, A. Hutchins, D. Law-
ver, W. Johnson, M. Knipping, P. Kolberge.
HOME ROOM 211
Front Row: J. Lincl, B. Nloore, S, Millar, B:
McCann, A. Orcutt, Milton, T. Mahsneyg
Row Two: Nl. Milligan, Peters, M. Moen,
S. O'Meara, G. Oswald, J. Malay, B. Meis-
ter, V. Nlueller, E. Nlinshallg Row Three:
J. Karn, Miller, M. Mickow, K. Mohaupt,
B. McCoy, R. Young, D. Myer, D. Meadow-
crofr, D. Amata, P. Oppertg Row Four: C.
Rennehohm. S. Otto, T. Meyer, S, Mc-
Burney, C. Joyce, T. McKenna, Scalissi,
J. Norsetter, S, Miller, T. Shipe.
HOME ROOM 208
Front Row: S. McCaslcill, K. Hanson, G.
Mannering, B. McMahan, D. Kuesel. P.
Vorlander, E. Cunningham, D. Lee, Row
Two: M. Moore, C. Lock, P. McCuslcer, M.
McClain. C. Martel, J. Laird, I. Maryen, S.
Kvitle: Row Three: E. Lance, S. Nielsen,
M. Hayes, J. Nygard, Laufenberg,
Machotlca, K. Kammer, P. Lipolr, M. Mc-
Donough: Row Four: Leigh, A. Malcolm,
R. Luchsinger, E. Lewis, A. Vines, H. Man-
zcr, R. Kleinheinz, R. Loew, Lampman,
HOME ROOMS 75
They Transformed the Cafeteria into
I-IOME ROOM 216
Front Row: J. Roclefer, K. Wilson, S. Sha-
piro, C. Schmale, D. Remington, P. Reilly,
M. Seameng Row Two: D. Reimer, S. Smith,
B. Raffill, C. Lemlce, M. Dertzborn, P.
Smart, S. Plenke, B: Wilsong Row Three
S. Sonnecleclcer, Peterson, M. Rogers, R.
Rohlwing, Ruslcaulf, S. Sarig, L. Rot
wein, L. Pritchard, Row Four: R. Schappe,
B. Smith, Prafke, Stewart, T. Rarick,
S. Paeplce, T. Phillips, T. Smith, D. Porter.
74 HOME ROOMS
Sophomores Ianice Wilson, Ierry Harley,
Craig Rennebohm and Betsy Bicknell sign
up for the Marshall Plan, a proiect spon-
sored by Madison Youth Council to clean
up Marshall Park.
HOME ROOM 212
Front Row: S. Pike, K. O?Neill, S. Pen-
rocl, S. Piplcin, Plecity, P. Palmer, G.
Payne, E. Parker, Row Two: L. Nauth, B.
Parent, N. Nash, G. Nelson, M. Thompson,
N. Park, P. Nason, Nelson, Peck, Row
Three: D. Milestone, M. Motelet, R. Newel,
T. Nlullen, R. Ricleout, D. Spraclling, W.
Rentz, B. Ozanne, P. Schollg Row Four: M.
Olson, M. Neurenherg, T. Koenecke, M.
Newhall. B. Kulcachka, R. Niehuhr, T.
Plautz, D. Richards. Morrell, E. New-
cz Salczr System "Out of This World. "
HOME ROOM 222
Front Row: P. Spatola, N. Sonclregger, B.
Rollefson, B, Smith, S. Ploc, Sachs, T.
Smith, S. Stormerg Row Two: H. Sweet, A.
Shepard, D. Sergenian, H. Ponti, D. Rob-
inson, P. Stanclridge, Bn Smoclc, W. Larson,
Row Three: J. Rodman, J. Stumreiter, S.
Sisson, R. Richardson, Sutton, Morrell,
M. Stalirord, J. Schweppe, S. Smith, Row
Four: M. Sonji, H. Soper. S. Sinaiko, K.
Symon, Schulthess, L. Maahs, J. Schu-
mann, J. Tilley, R. Schenk, Schweers,
HOME ROOM 219
Front Row: S. Thielke, C. Sweet, Swette,
P. Taff, J. Teal, S. Torlnleau, M. Sevensong
Row Z: L. Sylvester, F. Slattery, P. Mar-
shall, E. Smolen, Temby, L. Sutcliffe, N.
Bates, R. Stone, Row 3: Sweet, A. Tande,
D. Luclchardt, M. Thomas, M. Webber, D.
Thomas, G. Solie, R. Sims, B. Wiegancl, R.
Slcowlund: Row 4: P. Smith, T. Fink,
Wallace, Talbot, Woolsey, R. Shively,
R. Simancll, S. Spurley, G. Ulrich, W. Van
Mary McDonough, Brad Ozcmne,
Sharon Cameron and Steve Bruhn
dance at the Sophomore Class Party.
HOME ROOMS 75
Activities Lend Balance to
ACTIVITIES LEAD 77
Yearbook Staff Records School Year.
Front Row: A. Manson, T. Pohle, D. White, Mr. Ehlert, Ranney, M. Kelley, K. Daggettg Row 2: E. Martin, M. Ander-
son, M. Villemonte, B. Paddock, S. Bicknell, C. Schuck.
Members of yearbook staff, Mary Doyle, Ginni May, Den-
ny White, Tori Pohle, Mike Spangler, Karen Daqgett, Chris
Fleischer, Norma Graham, Icmet Grosshandler, Rick Siege
and Karen Schultz, discuss plans for Westward Ho 1961.
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Associate Editor H, ,,,,,,,,,,, ,,,,w,,, ,,,,, , , Joan Ranney
Feature--Tori Pohle, Editor, Mary Doyle, Norma
Graham, Janet Grosshandler, Marcy Harring-
ton, Ginni May, Mike Spangler
Clubs-Betsy Paddock, Editor, Sue Bonfield, Ann
Dieter, Sue I-luiskamp, Donna McDowell, Joan
Milesky, Joni Sedgwick, Wally Wittich
Seniors-Karen Daggett, Editor, Christine Fleisch-
er, Janet Hanson, Karen Schultz, Rick Stege
Boyys Sports-Mike Kelley, Editor, Scott Herrick,
Jack Novick, John Skilron, John Wettengel
Photography-Ed Martin, Editor, Ralph Hokan-
son, Dave Spradling, Wayne Van Engen
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Index - Sherry Bicknell, Editor, Ted Tarkow,
Business-Al Manson, Editor, Mary Gilson, Clary
Olmstead, Dorothy Rollefson, Dave Slauson,
Kay Smith, Landy Sparr
Advertising--Mary Villemonte, Editor, Peggy Ahl-
gren, Jeff Barrell, Polly Brodie, Sandy Brown,
Sue Ruklic, Mary Thomsen. Tom Woolsey
Typing - Carol Schuck, Editor, Libby Barnard,
Carol Conway, Janis Langetieg
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Business Adviser ,,c,,,, Mr. Straw
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Deadlines Were Met, Paper Went to Press.
High-Times circulation stcdi, Marcy Harrington, Sue An-
derson, Libby Wimberly, Kathy Markstrom, Marianne
Rooney. Terry Disney, Sue Biqnell, Lynn Fishel and Ed
Gulessericrn, assembles the paper ior distribution to home-
Executive Editors .. ,,,, Steve Victor, Paul Sorum
News Editors ,r,,,, . Gail Hoisington, Lois Suomi
News Copy Editors -- Pat Brown, Julie Gillette,
Norma Graham, Kathy Hall, Bill Hsu, Lois
Feature Editors .i,. .. Mary Farrell, Anne Dana
Feature Copy Editors-Anne Dana, Virginia Fer-
ris, Chris Weiss
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Sports Copy Editors-Jerry Earley, Jon Milcalson,
Clary Olmstead, Tom Webb
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Assistant Layout Editor ,,,,, Barbara B-aclcer
Picture Page Editor ,tttt Sue Curvin
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Adviser ,ttt., ,tt,t, . tt,,ttt,t,t,tt M r. Schmidt
Front Row: Mr. Schmidt, E. Gulesserian, M. Farrell, S. Victor, P. Sorum, G. Hoisington, M. Fellman, S. Curving Row 2:
K. Hall, N. Graham, L. Suomi, J, Gillette, B. Sweet, K. Flee, J. LaCourt, M. Harrington, Milcalson, T. Xvebb, A. Dana,
L. Vanderwall, K. Marlcstrom, L. Wimberly.
STUDENT SENATE SOCIAL COMMITTEE
Front Row: M. Doyle, S. Nelson, C. Weiss, T, Pohleg Row Z: M,
Korbel, M. Harrington, M. Wright, D. Rollefson, R. Allin, Row
3: M. Spangler, T. Woolsey, R. Quisling, H. Krider, M. Mulvi-
hill, J. Beartell.
Torn Woolsey cmd Bill Berge, co-chairmen for senior
classnight, and Mr. Delung, senior class adviser, look
over one of the skits submitted.
Mem bers Gained
Student Senate gave West High students a
voice in the administration of their school. The
aims and projects of Student Senate were car-
ried out by the elections, sportsmanship, honor
plaque, receptions, resolutions, candy sale, and
West Way committees.
Student Senate sponsored such projects as:
candy sale, sale of book covers, the sale of
hand books, the selection of paid auds, and the
serving of food to the basketball players after
home games. This group gave a tea for the
faculty, a talent show for A.F.S., and planned
two dances following basketball games. They
also worked with the library staff during Na-
tional Library Wfeelc on the S.O.S. campaign.
Senate sent delegates to various Student Coun-
cil conventions and work shops.
Student Senate Social Committee, headed by
Mary Wright, planned all school dances, and
advised class parties and Grad Dance. The
themes and the details of these dances were
planned by Social Committee. The chairmen
of the committees were: Robin Allin, tickets,
Jeff Bartell, bandg Don Bushnell, clean-up,
Mary Doyle, chaperonesg Kenn Flee, publicity,
Sue Nelson and Tom Woolsey, decorationsg
Tori Pohle, secretary, and Dorothy Rollefson,
Front Row: P. Moore, J. Holland, Johnson, R. Caruso,
S. Wehrle, D, Foster: Row 2: M. Fellman, treas., D. Otto, M.
Wright, vice-pres., S. Brown, G. Hasler, D. Rollefson, sec.,
M. Handelg Row 3: G. Wischmann, E. Gulcsserian, Reyn-
olds, B. Archer, C, Rennebohm, Porter, pres.
Front Row: P. Lail, D. Gesenius, P. Brodie, T. Smith, C.
Weiss, N. Graham, Row Z: T. Wettengel, Slcilton,
Drescher, F. Barbash, S. Best, S. Lorenz, Row 3: M. Moore,
J. Mayland, R. Quisling, M. Mulvihill, D. Smith, J. Bar-
tell. D. Black, T. Vffebb.
Experience from Student Governments
Student Forum met with an interest
in learning about current events and
problems on the local, state, national
and international levels. Mr. john
Gronouski, State Tax Commissioner,
spoke on the proposed sales tax for
Vvisconsin. Dr. Machwe, a visiting lec-
turer from India, spoke at two meet-
ings - once on the subject of birth
control in India and a second time on
passive resistance. Other speakers dur-
ing the year were Dr. William Apple-
man Williams, renowned history pro-
fessor at the University, and Madison
candidates for mayor Henry Reynolds
and Robert Nuckles.
Cultivating and encouraging an in-
terest in history was the goal of the
History Club. The speakers included
Mayor Ivan Nestingen who talked
about organization for political cam-
paigns, Mr. Korbel who discussed eco-
nomics, and a conservative Republican
who discussed Wisconsin politics.
Ralph Hewett from the University,
who was Lyndon Johnson's speech
writer, also spoke.
STUDENT FORUM OFFICERS
M. Chechik, vice-pres., C. Olmsread, pres.: Mr. Hafeman, F. Barhash.
sec.: K. Hall, pres.
Front Row: S. Bourne, M. Kelley, S. Nielsen,
S. Browne, Row 2: H. Howe, Leigh,
Maraniss, B. McCoy,
Front Row: G. Kaeser, N. Isabella, K. Tanner, K. Johnson, K.
Lison, B. Vetter, D. Lee, Row 2: J. Spector, P. Brodie, pres.,
M. Stafford, Darling, S. Anderson, S, Beck, S. Laugen,
N. Calleng Row 3: T. Woolsey, D. Slausen, Ba Howe, L. Ozanne,
W. Wade, L. Sparr, T. Tarkow, vice pres.g M. Bayley, D.
Curran. Not pictured: Sharon Sites, sec.-treas.
Stage Crew Worked on T wo Major
Front Row: L. Prizler, S. Kearl, S. Sites, S. Lautz, M. Porter, Kietrich, K. Tanner, C. Weiss, K. Schwalbach,
A. Taylor, S. Becker, I. Fokakis, N. Sonderegger, B. McMahan, S. Early, T. McMahang Row Two: S. Victor, C.
Fleischer, P. Sandrock, K. Daggett, V. Hoffman, P. Standridge, B. Bicknell, S Thiedc, M. Thomsen, S. Nel-
son, sec., S. McCaskill, R. Fox, M. Manson, S. Best, D. Harwood, E. Pasch. S. Joos, Laird, Row Three: D.
Mowry, pres., T, Nvoclsey, H. Krider, R. Ingersoll, B-. Culbertson, S. Jackson, D. Slausen, Wettengel, M. Kor-
bel, vice-pres., S. Andrews, J. Woolsey, T. Dunn, D. Klouse, B. Nluehl, T. Wettengel, M. Mulvihill, D. Musolf,
D. Schantz, K. Rellahan.
Stage Crew was one of the most active clubs at
West High with over seventy hard-working members.
Their members were chosen on the basis of exper-
ience, dependability, grades, and recommendations
by teachers. Each member lnust put in at least ten
hours work per semester.
Stage Crew met on alternate Wednesdays during
activity period to discuss problems and to learn about
the different aspects in the production ot' a play.
Programs included a demonstration on make-up
techniques by Sue Nelson, a talk on German Theater
by Dorle Gesenius, and an explanation of the var-
ious types of lighting by a University student.
This year '!Harvey,' and uOklahomal" were the
major productions. Other projects were the speech
plays, auditorium programs, and Class Night.
Advertising Crew was responsible for all the post-
ers, displays and pins that publicize the productions.
Business Crew took care of the programs for the
plays and did the typing, bill paying, and corre-
spondence necessary for all Stage Crew activities.
Costumes Crew made, assembled, or rented costumes
for the plays. Ringing bells when the actors did not
project was the main job of House Crew. They also
ushered at performances. Lights Crew arranged the
lighting for all auditoruim programs, dances. and
p-lays. Make-up crew designed the make-up for all
the characters in the play and made the actors up
on the night of a performance.
Rounding up furniture and making meals for the
plays were part of Props Crew's job. They saw to it
that all props were on stage when they should be.
Sets Crew made all sets for the plays. Sound Crew
was responsible for special sound effects such as a
door slamming or a voice heard singing in the other
All these crews working together, plus actors,
made "Harvey" and "Oklahoma!,' finished pro-
Stage Crew is made up ot' nine crews. The crews
and crewheacls were:
HEADS SEMESTER T
Advertising Therese McMahan Irene Fokasis
Business Christine Fleischer Mary Gilson
Costumes Betsy Paddock Mary Villemonte
House Sally Best Sally Best
Lights Mark Korbel John Wettengel
Make-up Sue Nelson janet Grosshandler
Props Diane Harwood Bill Muehl
Sets Hal Krider Tom Woolsey
Sound Tom Dunn Tom Dunn
National Thespians membership was granted to
students with major parts in the school plays and to
students who did outstanding work in Stage Crew.
The purpose of this organization was to encourage
development and appreciation of drama.
Last summer the club went to dinner and then to
the Green Ram Theater to see "The Winslow Boyf,
In February they went to see "Bernadine" at Monona
Productions, 'Harvey" and "Oklah0ma!"
Front Row: M. Doyle, S. Wilson, D. Gt-senius, B. Cook, L. Suomi, L.
Joyce, S. Huiskamp, M. Anderson, B, Paddock, Row Two: J. Elo, S. Cox,
M. Finch, R. Skowland, M. l-leim, M. Gilson, Grosshandler, L. Mc-
Daniels, M. Tenney, M. Villemonteg Row Three: W. VUittich, J. Enrley,
P. Darbo, Ba Kurtenacker, N. Alt, L. Michelson, V. Ferris, S. Curvin,
J. Sedgwick, D. Smith, D. lVlcDowcll.
Front Row: M. Villemonte, prog. ching S. Jackson, treas.g S. Victor, vice-
pres.g D, Mowry, pres., B. Paddock, sec., M. Doyle, clerkg Row Two: H.
Harrington, S. Best, S. Nelson, H. Kridor, T. Ehlert, P. Sorum, S. Curvin,
D. Harwood, A. Waismaim.
Mike Finch paints a set for "Ok1czhomcx!
Within Our Hearts
West's A Capella Choir this year was
made up of the blended voices of one
hundred and eight sophomores, juniors,
Choir was busy during the weeks lead-
ing into the Christmas season. The tradi-
tional Christmas pageant was given at the
Capitol by the choirs of West, East, and
Central. Much uChristmas spiriti' was
aroused by the annual Christmas concert
where the school heard the joyful Christ-
mas anthems and saw the familiar choir
processional of "Adeste Ficlelisn. High-
lights of the Christmas concert were the
brilliant choral fanfare, "Alleluia',, and
'cLullaby on Christmas Even featuring a
solo by Merry Bliss.
The Choir also performed at the Win-
ter and Spring concerts. Outstanding
BOYS, DOUBLE QUARTET numbers at the Winter concert were "Now
The Day Is Overi' with soloist A1 Metz,
and the negro spiritual "Soon Ah Will
Be Donen. "The Bluebird", a number
expressing a quiet mood, and "Now
Thanlc We All Our Godu, a joyful an-
them, highlighted the Spring concert.
Nl. Fellman, J. Bartell, N. Ruedisili, B. Worlcinger, T. Ehlert, M. Spangler,
D. Slauson, F. Crow.
Front Row: Phillipsen, C. Weiss, D. Penrod, Ranney, M. Curry, T. Pohle, M. Schallert, Symon, L. Billington, M,
Thomsen, P. Eberleg Row Z: B. Freas, G. Burr-ess, M. Bliss, L. Preizler, S. Lautz, Ripp, S. Bonhelcl, D. Gesenius, M.
Chechik, S. Victor, M. Hanks, Row 3: N. Faulhziber, Weissmueller, N. Isabella, S. Wilson, L. Suomi, C. Iverson, C. Fleisch-
er, Burolcer, Eclchardt, Bartell, D. Jacobsen, Row 4: S. Anderson, M. Heim, M. Richgels, W. Emlen, B. Farrell, S.
Bourne, A. Metz, Woolsey, C. Sterling, R. Jacobsen, Row 5: Albrecht, S. Lenz, G. Bullington, D. lYlcMurray, D.
Rauschenberger, C. Steward, N. Ruedisili, M. Spangler, T. Heine.
There Dwells cz Song
GIRLS, TRIPLE TRIO
The Girls, Triple Trio, composed of nine
sophomore, junior, and senior girls, met
under the direction of Miss Huxtable. The
Triple Trio sang the serene ulsullaby For
Jesusf, and the lively "When Christ Was
Born of Mary Freew at the Christmas pro-
gram. The girls enjoyed doing "The Sound
of Musicw for the Winter Concert and "Ro-
mancew, a beautiful number in waltz time,
and uThe Music of I'iome," for the Spring
BOYS' DOUBLE QUARTET
The eight junior and senior boys in the
Double Quartet were selected by Miss Hux-
table early in the fall. The Boys, Double
Quartet sang the joyous 'QCarol, Brother,
Cal'OlH alid the subdued "Lo, How 3. Rose
E'er Blooming" for the Christmas program.
They enjoyed Per-forming at the Winter and K. McC1arrity, S. Lautz, Ripp, Grosshandler, P. Sandrock, M.
Boell, I.. Prcizler, C. Weiss, M. Bliss.
Spring Concerts and did such songs as an
American folk song titled "Old Joe Clark,"
Q'The Halls of Tvy,'7 a spiritual called "Do-
Don't Touch-A My Crarmentn, and 'cBroth-
ers, Sing On". They also sang at the AFS
Talent Show and made several Houtsidei'
Front Row: Gehner, T. Burress, M. McKnight, K. Reynolds, S. Brest, K. Larson, M. Hamilton, S. Grady, C. McCabe,
Hammond, A. Taylor, B. Frankenstein, K. McGarrity, Row Z: M. Korbel, I. Doremus, C. Mathews, T. Thompson, LaCourt,
J. Grosshandler, S. Ayres, G. Curless, M, Wright, S. Armbrecht, K. Srmdroclc, L. Wimherly, Row 3: D. Slauson, H. Krider,
M. Fellman. G. Hendrickson, M. Harrington, S. Brown, S. Beck, A. Fleming, P. Bourne. S. Nelson, Holland, Row 4: F.
Crow, M. Kelley, R. Burlchalter, J, Cameron, H. Panlcow, D. Marsh, M. Wright, P. Sandroclc, K. Daggett, Ogden, Row
5: T. Ehlcrt, B. Marling, R. Weber, S. Jackson, T. WooIscy,D. Otto, D. McDowell, M. Alt, K. Nielson.
Band Displayed Musical T alent.
Row 1: C. Johnson, M. Boell, P. Cowle. D. Joos, S. Sarig, M, Wilber, K. Daggett, N. Faulhaber. E. Stanke: Row
Z: M. Willard, P. Pykman, Stanke, R. Bright, M. Faulhaber, R. Rideout, P. Sandrock, Wiedmann, Wilson-
Row 3: T. Sweet, F. Millett, J. Mayland, M. Gordon, P. Hansen, B. Mitchell, J. Baier, V. Grudzina, J. Zum Brun-
nen, D. Parent, Row 4: B. Buran, G. Clifford, M. Clifford. S. Baumgarten, S. Hinrichs, Tautfest, L. Pome-
roy, F. Lerdahl, D. Lawver, G. Karp: Row 5: L. Meicher, T. Rariclc, D. Lee, P. Hanson, M. Aronin, J. Mikalson,
L. Sumwalt, O. Swenson, B. Bohl, C. Siemers, Row 6: S. Ayers, Kuntz. S. Pride, T. Heine, D. Knope, R. Young,
J. McMullin, Earley, K. Flee, L. Argravesg Row 7: Thiecle, T. Block, T. Shipe, W. Wade, W. Brynelson, S.
Paepke, A. Metz, M. Spangler, B. Wiedmann.
A perfect star formation, by the marching band,
began four of the five home games during the foot-
ball season. Mike Spangler, as Field Sergeant, did an
outstanding job of leading the band through various
formations. One of the finest shows was the one on
communications, consisting of representations of
smoke signals fcomplete with smokej, a telephone,
and a television. Another show had a star theme
in which a starry-eyed face, a Mickey Mouse cap, a
rolling pin, and a United States flag with a new star
for Hawaii were formed. Musical instruments in the
band were the subject of another football show. A
trumpet, trombone, tuba, drum, and lyre were formed
by the band as they marched and played.
Two bands, consisting of thirty each, played en-
thusiastically and "sparked upi' the basketball games
and pep auds throughout the year.
'QRoyal Fireworks Suitel' by George Handel. fea-
turing eleven band members, was the opening band
selection for the Winter Concert on January 29.
Also included were: "Mannin Veenn by Wood, 'QThe
Rakes of Mallol' by Anderson, and "Klaxon Marchu
"Haskill's Rascals", a drum trio featuring Warren
Wade, Wade Brynelson, and John Thiede, high-
lighted the pop concert. Meryl Aronin, Nlike Faul-
haber, Bob Buran, Kenn Flee, and Ron Fagerstrom
formed a quintet to play 'lDixieland Concertinov.
"Italian Festival" by Osser, a beguine for band,
UTambOo',, and "Flower Songu, with a solo by Bill
Wiedmann, were also performed at the Pop Concert.
An outstanding clarinet solo, "Concertino" by
Weber, was performed by ,lill Wiedmann, accom-
panied by the band at the Spring Concert on May
l9. "Psyche and Frosv by Francee, "Waltzes from
Der Rosenkavaliern by Strauss, and "La Bamba de
Vera Cruzw by Tucci were also played by the band
at the Spring Concert.
This yearas band officers included: lieutenant and
field sergeant, lvlike Spangler: sergeants, Hal Krider,
Meryl Aronin, Charles Siemersl corporals, Jill Wied-
mann, Karen Daggett, Warren Wade, Allen Metz,
Mike Bunch, Bill Wiedinann, LeRoy Sumwalt, Mark
Willard, Quartermaster, Sue Ayres, librarian, Nancy
Faulhaberg secretary, Lois Argraves.
Orchestra Developed Abilities.
A Pop Concert during an aud program began
the work of the orchestra. The highlight of the
concert was a suite from "The King and TH, Mer-
ry Bliss was outstanding in the vocal solos from
the suite. Also included on this program were
"Claire de Lunev by Debussy and "The Canadian
The Winter Concert on January 29th began
with Mozartis 'qPiano Concerto No. ZEN. Mary
Schallert played the solo part. Soloist Nancy
Faulhaber was accompanied by the orchestra in
"Concertino for Fluten by Chaminade. The or-
chestra concluded with "Great Gate of Kiev" by
Thirty of the hfty-eight students in the orches-
tra were chosen to play for the operetta, "Okla-
homaln, and for the intermission of the Fall
S eech la uHarve ". Man hours of extra re-
P P Y, Y Y t
hearsals were needed to produce the outstanding
results that the orchestra obtained.
During the second semester the orchestra went
to several Junior High Schools in the area and
presented concerts at these schools.
The Sp-ring Concert included the First Move-
ment of Grieg's Piano Concerto performed by
Muriel Hamilton with orchestra accompaniment.
"Toccata?', an original composition by Fred Ler-
dahl, first oboist and senior in the orchestra, was
another highlight of the Spring Concert.
Orchestra officers were president, Heidi Pfan-
lcucheng vice-president and librarian, Mary Far-
rell, and secretary-treasurer, Jill Wiedmann.
Front Row: R. Sinailco, K. Hansoii, S. Heine, B. Rasmussen. M. Hamilton. M. Farrell, M. Schallert, S. Lautz, Row
Z: L. Rotwein, F. Iltis, F. Fiedler, J. Herigan, H. Pfanlcuchen, B. Farrell, C. Rideout, B. Hsu, M. Haslerg Row
3: S. Cameron, M. Lindeman, L. Pritchard, Ghastin, L. LeMay, M. Bliss, Wiedmann, Stanlce, M. Willard,
P. Dylcman. J. Maylandg Row 4: D. Lawver, L. Pomeroy, M. Artzy, F. Lerclahl, P. Cowie, M. Boell, K. Daggett, N.
Faulhaber, T. Rariclc, S. Ayers, Kuntzg Row 5: T. Shipe, W. Brynelson, L. Argraves, K. Flec. T. Heine, C.
Siemers, Milcalson, O. Swenson, P, Hanson, Mr. Stanlceg Row 6: F. Crow, C. Voss, K. Cramer, Potter.
Science lub Presented Challenges,
Front Row: E. Selbo, S. Anderson, L. Vanderwall, P. Chidester, D. Foster, K. Tanner, S.
Busseg Row 2: M. Grans, B-. Johnson, S. Yamamoto, lVl. Wfright, pres., C. Mannering, S. Mc-
Caskill, P. Brodie, sec.g M. Wrightg Row 3: R. Ingersoll, D. Webe1'. vice-pres., G. Wischmaxuia,
J, Duwe, F. Milletr, C. Rideout, prog. chr.: N. Gustafson, P. Smith, M. Willard.
Front Row: W. Paschall, Rouse, K. Hall, B. Paddock, S. Kearl, L.
Magdol, A. Taylorg Row Z: M. Bourne, T. Tarkow, E. Pregler, M. Egre,
R. Marks, S. Yamamoto, Frank, J. Burdick, Row 3: Chamberlain,
D, Pflug, K. Rellahan, N. Gustafson, P. Mulloy, N. Gustafson, D. Ger-
fen, R. Quisling, D. Gilbert, Row 4: K. Bures, R. Ingersoll, R. Hokan
son, M. Knapkon, T. Woolsey, B. Stafford, J. Rick, Baier, M. Willard
Une of Math Club's programs this
year was a guest speaker from the Uni-
versity, Professor Kleene, who sp-okc on
symbolic logic. Ac another meeting, Lynn
Nlagdol, a member of the club, demon-
strated the operation of the abacas.
Ar one of the meetings of Science Club
a man from Ray-O-Vac explained the dry
cell, showing its actual assembly. Other
programs included a talk on jet engines
by a man from Truax airfield and film
strips on the United States missile pro-
gram shown by Paul Thompson.
Biology Club joined with Science Club
to hear Professor Strong speak on bio-
chemistry. Biology Club had an interest-
ing speaker from the University talk on
the chemistry ot' the nucleus of the cell.
Nlr. Osness and Mr. Antonie showed
slides of the research that they are doing.
JETS, Junior Engineers and Tech-
nological Society, was sponsored by the
ASTE, American Society of Tool Engi-
Ac their meetings they had speakers
on "Engineering as a Career" and saw
movies about engineering. JETS also took
several held trips, one of which was a
tour through the plastics department of
Upened New Fields oflnterest.
IETS members lack Novick,
pres.: Steve Nelson, vice-
pres.: Clary Olmstead. treas.:
Dan Gilbert. and Mr. Delung,
IETS advisor, listen intently
as Prof. M. H. ElWakil ex-
plains how the atomic reac-
Science club officers Kathy Hall, Mark Wil-
lard, Wells Paschal, lim Frank, and Ken
Bures examine a static electricity demonstra-
tion for a science club meeting.
Front Row: R. Fox, S. Lautz, M, Doolittle, vice pres., L. Magdol,
Nl. Schallerrg Row 2: D. Rausch, Rouse, P. Ahlgren, Frank,
pres., S. Bicknell, L. Suomi, S. Victor, Row 3: O. Weber, sec.,
Nl. Alf, M. Knapton, Bn Mitchell. P, Mulloy, B. Hsu, M. Rich-
gelsg Row 4: T. Woolsey, C. Olmsteacl, D. Weber, XV. Van Engen,
R. Quisling, Baier, K. Smith, D. Lawver.
reations with Pen and Brush.
Front Row: A. MacNicole, G. Evans, J. Bokina, K. Sehwalbach, J
Murton, C. Loy, T. McMahax1: Row Z1 C. Eising, J. Grasse, E. Pasch,
vice-pres,g P. Chidester, K. Reynolds, P. Mossholder, K. Markstrom.
J. Laugen. P. Turner: Row 3: N. Gustafson. N. Gustafson, Reese, M.
Heim, K. Doudna, sec.-treasg C. Miller, B. Wiedmann, L. McDaniels,
Nl. Natvik, Friedl. Not pictured: Jim Loder, pres.
Art Angle members increased their inter-
est in art and learned about work possibilities
in this field. Presentation and production of
various forms of art were the main purposes
of the club. This was done by taking field
trips to various art exhibits. The group also
visited the art departments at the University.
Patterns In Print is a collection of stories,
poems, and articles written, chosen, and
edited by the students of West High. These
are assembled into a magazine and distribut-
ed to the students.
Editor-in-Chief . . Gail Hoisington
Editorial Staff -A Mike Fellman, Betsy Paddock,
editors, Polly Brodie, Tempy Burress, Sue Cur-
vin, Mary Farrell, Jinie Ferris, Fred Lerdahl,
Jim Maraniss, Lois Suomi, Mark Willard, Jane
Layout Staff--Nlary Doyle, editorg Jim McMullin,
Marybeth O'Connor, Dorothy Turner, Ollie
Weber, John Werner.
Circulation StafJiASally Best, editorg Frank Crow,
Mark Korbel, Pete Krug, Larry Ozanne, Pat
Reilly, Judy Temby, Mary Thomsen, Madeline
Publicity Staff w- Janet Hammond, editorg Ann
Dieter. Bernadette McMahan, Lori McDaniels,
Jane Ogden, Doralle Rauch.
Art Staff -- Kenn Flec-, editorg Mary Anderson,
Cherie Hinrichs, Beth Lovejoy, Mona Manson,
Therese McMahan, Betty Meister.
Typing Staff-Diane Foster, editor, Sharyn Al-
den, Shirle Becker, Joanne Dahlk, Tori Pohle,
Margaret Rutherford, Sharon Sites.
Advisers Mrs. Schoff, Miss Kanable
PATTERNS IN PRINT
Front Row: B. Paddock, M.
D. Foster, S. Best, K. Flee.
Fellman, G. Hoisington, Mrs.
Schofifz Row 2: Hammond,
Preparation for Future Vocations
Red Cross Club members learned new and
interesting techniques in medicine and commu-
nity work by hearing speakers from the Red
Cross. The Club was able to put this knowledge
to use and do "red crossv work themselves by
entertaining crippled children at the Madison
Community Center. The girls worked hard to
decorate the Community Center and then pro-
vided several entertaining skits for the chil-
dren. At Christmas time, the club prepared
fifty-seven gift boxes containing tooth paste,
cigarettes, playing cards, and eighteen other
items for the patients at Mendota Hospital.
Providing service to the school and giving its
members business experience and information
occupied the Business Club meetings this year.
Speakers at meetings provided the necessary
information concerning various types of occu-
pations. Miss Lois Puckham of the Jackson
Clinic spoke of her duties as a medical assist-
ant and secretary. A speaker demonstrated how
to make stencils and how to mimeograph. A
telephone consultant gave the members tips
on telephone etiquette as a receptionist and
RED CROSS CLUB
Front Row: B: Brown, K. Kay, S. Freeman, M. Burton, A, Dens-
more, J. Gorstg Row 2: K. Mergen, sec.-treas.g S. Voigt, pres., C.
McCabe, Darling, D. Kremer, N. Callen, S. Heuserg Row 3:
P. Hathaway, D. Rauch, M. Devitt, C. Camp, M. Gilson, C.
Fleischer, vice pres., K. Nielson, S. Beck.
With older members of Radio Club helping,
beginning hams learned radio laws and theory
and other requirements needed to obtain the
general or novice I-lam license. Using the
school transmitter in room 115, the club con-
tacted other schools and Hams across the
country and even experimented in hearing
satellite signals. During the first semester,
Radio Club sponsored a class for learning and
understanding the Morse code.
Front Row: S. Ayres, Ghastin, W. Paschal, M, Johnson,
Row Z: J. Rouse, sec., W. Mitchell, V. Anslfield, R. Luch-
singer, K, Flee, K. Bures, pres.
Ken Bures. Iohn Rouse, cmd Tim Hurst converse with
people in foreign countries on the ham radios.
BUSINESS CLUB OFFICERS
C. Conway, vice-pres., J, Klotz, pres., S. Klein, treas.3 C.
CLUBS 9 1
Many Willing Hands
The Library Workers were advised by Miss
Peplinski, and assisted her in any library work
which she wanted done. These duties included
checking books in and out, keeping records of
people in the library on pass slips and returning
the slips to the study halls, issuing and collect-
ing fines on over due books, and shelving and
The Qfifice Wforkers assisted Mrs. Engen in
such duties as answering the phone, delivering
messages, sorting out mail, putting notices in the
teachers' boxes, answering questions, and the
many other varied jobs to be found in the West
Senior High Office.
Ushers Club, advised by Mr. Bicket, had the
job of ushering at all school plays, concerts, and
PTA meetings, as well as checking coats at school
dances, and maintaining order at athletic events
by ushering and finding lost articles for careless
Movie Crew showed movies, slides, and film
strips to classes, and to clubs, such as, Girls, and
Spanish clubs. They showed the movies during
and after school.
The Hall Monitors were on every floor, each
period of the day, keeping order, watching for
unnecessary loitering by students, answering ques-
tions and giving directions to visitors and puzzled
students, and keeping the halls free of litter.
The monitors were selected by the adviser, Mrs.
Lugg, on the basis of scholastic record and
Front Row: J. Flock, S. Penrod, J.
Morig, V. Bailey, L. Waisinaii, S.
Browne: Row 2: D. Luckhardt, P.
Standridge, M. McDonough, B.
Smock, Dollard, V. Oswald, M.
Moeng Row 3, D. Spatola, M. Nat-
vik, K. Hanson, K. Bennet,
Frank. P, Moore, K. Hintz.
Front Row: Heuft, C. Matthews, R. Hochsteher, L. Meich-
cr: Row 2: A. lvlctz, G. Heivilin, W. Nluehl, G. Langley.
Lent Service to West.
Front Row: D. Johnson, G. Sasman, M. Morgan, Holland, M
Rooney, Row Z: H. Manzer, Drescher, D. Sinylcin, C. Adolf-
son, K. Flett, D. Rausch, Row 3: M. Kelly, R. Griffith, R. Quis
ling, A. Strauss, C. Steward, N. Gustafson, M. Korbel, M. Hanson
Front Row: P. Martin, Nl. Doolittle, H. Harrington,
L. Wimberlyg Row 2: S. Alden, C. Johnson, S. Arm-
brecht, S. Klein, N. Faulhaberg Row 3: Langetieg,
E. O'Conner, J. LaCourr, T. Burress, S. Royston,
Front Row: V. Grudzinz-1, pres.g H. Nlanzer. J. Heuft, R. Hoch-
stetter, S. Edwards, Machotlcag Row 2: F. Huit, W. Van
Engen, A. Vines, D. Klousie, G. Timme, T. Dunn, C. Hovey,
Vincent Grudzina, Ace Vines, Ioe Mcrchotka, and
Bill Mahcxffey check parts of the movie machine.
Language Clubs .Learned and Spoke,
Front Row: M. Doolittle, N. Raymond, A. Donahue, pres.:
J. Wolman, K, Lison, S. Millar, S, Becker: Row 2: S.
Sarig, vice pres.: P. Lippolt, S. Joos, G. Hoisington, P. Brog-
don, S. Bigncll, P. Cowleg Row 3: D. Webber, V. Fenske,
L. McDaniels, A. Dana, S. Sisson, Nygard, sec., B. Backus,
J. Boorman, P. Brodie.
A club is 'Kan association of persons for some com-
mon objectf, The "common object" for the language
clubs is a better understanding of other countries by
learning about their language, their customs, and
French Club members have seen slides and have
listened to interesting speakers tell about their excit-
ing experiences in France. They played games in
French, and at Christmas time they caroled French
German Clubis big project for this year was its
Christmas play-the story of the Nativity in German.
They have played German card games, acted out
:kits in German, sung such songs as "Schnitzelbank"
and whirled through German folk dances.
Spanish Clubis gala Christmas party was climaxecl
by the breaking of the pinata and the singing of
Spanish Christmas carols. They took a trip to lan-
guage laboratories at the University. The members
have seen movies of Mexico, and played a game of
uBingo,, in Spanish.
Attending a performance of "Kiss Me Karen high-
lighted the year's activities of Girl's English Club.
At one meeting a speaker told the members about
Freshman English at the University. A spelldown
of books and their authors, a play reading, a program
about Roman and Greek Mythology and writing a
story using twenty-five miscellaneous words occu-
pied other meetings.
GIRLS' ENGLISH CLUB
Front Row: E. Clarke, K. Schultz, vice pres.: W. Korbel, M. Harrington, M. Anderson: Row
2: Thormodseth, S. Ruklic, I. Fokakis, sec., M. O'Connor, Ranney, pres., S. Alden:
Row 3: C. Fleischer, S. Sites, B-. Brown, Gorst, E. O'Connor, D. Rauch: Row 4: M. Thom-
sen, S. Bignell, E. Dieter, B. Paddock, K. I-lult.
Worked for Better Understanding
Front Row: N. Faulhaber, sec., M. Schuclc,
D. Foster, B. Hamre, N. Wirth, S. B-onfield
J. Mileslcy, G. Burress, M. Hammesg Row 2
J. LaCourt, C. Conway, M. Damman, S
Bogart, S. Shiels, M. Marvin, Hagen, M
Wright, L. Joyce, Row 3: Drescher, J
Martin, pres., Carlson, S. Colvin, Dar
ling, M. Richgels, vice pres., Kotz, K
Wittwer, H. Kelly, G. May, Row 4: J
Thiede, P. Holtzman, J. Maraniss, D. Todd
F. Eaves, J. Ogden, S. Farnsworth, D
Raushenberqer, D. Waisman, V. Messina
Front Row: M. Miclcow, K. Anlcen,
L. Jones, B. Kazilc, D. Eickner, D.
Kuesel, A. Densmore, L. Roberts,
Row Z: B, Cole, D. Thomas,
Stumreiter, H. Hambleton, B. Hsu,
M. Villemonte, R. Hutzel, D. Bes-
sert, pres., J. Hintz, vice pres., C.
Johnson, P. Lailg Row 3: J. South-
worth, J. Jennings, P. Holtzman,
J. Praflce, D. Hansen, M. Knip-
ping, N. Rasmussen, K. Bennett,
sec.: J. Hochstetter, P. Sandroclc,
Don Wcrismcm, Rick Stone, and
lane LcrCourt try out the new
equipment at the University lan-
Proudly We Serve
Front Row: S. Alden, vice pres.g Sedgwick, pres.g P. Burgdorff, treas.g
Row 2: M. Villemonte, prog. chr.g S. Best, vice pres.g K. Daggett, sec.g
S. Huiskamp, corres. sec.
Iohn Mitby cmd Clary Olmsteud move books from the
. Monroe Street Library to the Sequoya Branch Library as cr
l proiect of Highland Hi-Y.
sv V fam R .
.V .Li 1,
Front Row: D. Bushnell, J. Nlartin, D. West, R. DeGolier, Porter, D. Gilbert. Row 2: Hickman,
D. Caparoon, Smith, D. Mowry, P. Glass, Chamberlain, R. Allin, D. Walsh.
Our School and Our Community.
Front Row: M. O,Con- '
nor, Milesky, D. Mc-
Dowellg Row Z: S. Bon-
Held, treas.g C. Adolfson,
M. Rutherford, Miss Per-
rigog Row 3: LaCourt,
pres., M. Richgels, B.
Cook, S. Bignell, S. An-
derson, sec. Not pictured:
Tempy Dell Burress, vice
Early in the school year, Girls' Club Sun-
shine Committee started its "Big Sister"
program, which helped new girls get ac-
quainted at West. Later in the fall, all the
committees helped with Roundy's Fun Fund
and the Save the Children,s Federation.
Future Hornemakers of America prepared
girls to become better homemakers. They
had an interesting speaker on cake decorat-
ing and saw slides on Europe. Future Home-
makers' big project this year was making a
scrapbook for the Orthopedic hospital.
The Future Teachers of America club
promoted an interest in the teaching profes-
sion by having speakers on the different
fields of teaching such as the mentally re-
tarded and the blind and deaf children.
Y-Teen members viewed slides of Dorle
Gesenius' and Muriel Hamilton's A.F.S.
trips, and went caroling at Christmas. For
the main service project, each member was
assigned to a child at Central Colony. The
girls made bibs for the children there and
sent gifts and greeting cards to them during
Regent, Ash, and Highland Hi-Y mem-
bers sponsored a number of dances this year.
Among other activities were Visits to the
Oregon School for Girls and county prison.
A highlight of the year was a program on
Radio WKOW in which Hi-Y members
Ash Hi-Y officers were: president, Don
Bushnell, vice president, Jim Martin, secre-
tary, Jack Hickman, and treasurer, Jerry
Smith. Dave Black, president, Jack Porter,
vice-president, Jim Drescher, secretary, Dan
Gilbert, treasurer, and Robin Allin, chap-
lain, were the officers of Highland Hi-Y.
Regent Hi-Y officers were: president, Dave
West, vice-president, Richard Smith, secre-
tary, Don Mowryg and treasurer, John
Front Row: C. Schuck, sec., N. Faulhaber, M. Schuck, V. Graham,
Milesky, pres., K. Schwalback, J. Hogan, Row 2: Ghastin, R. Rohl-
wing, M. Wright, P. Turner, E. Clarke, Thormodseth, N. Worth,
Row 3: Gehner, C. Aclolfson, D. Raush, S. Best, R. Meyer, S. Henkle,
S. Colvin, vice pres., B. Bicknell.
Front Row: J. Glucksman, sec., A. Herzoc, M. Kelley, K. Wittwer,
Mohr, M. Anderson, B. Steinke, S. Holzwarth, treas.g C. Adolfson,
fwamm4u4muf.- umm m l nv' af-
Back to Front: S. Peterson, G. Curless, M,
Schuck, M. O'Marag Front to Back: K. Mc-
Garrity. J. Ripp, M. Wright, S. Bogart.
Front Row: N. Graham, T. Pohle, I. Fokalcis, S. Becker, T
McMann, L. Halperin, Row 2: K. Darbo, C. Weiss, L.
Preizler, S. Nelson, S. Wilson, vice pres., D. Gesenius, J
Harman, Row 3: J. Gillette, M. Harrington, M. Thomsen,
pres., Grosshandler, M. Hansen, sec., J. Hagen, N. Isa
bella, S. Alden, M. Nygardg Row 4: Spector, G. May,
A. Hobbins, treas.g K. Hult, M. Anderson, L. Garrott,
E. Pasch, S. Sanderson, P. Ahlgren.
School Spirit Plus!
Every school must have spirit. West had three clubs
which helped promote school spirit and good sports-
M Club, composed of all boys having a letter in
sports, had the largest membership. As a service club,
they sold candy at the games in order to raise money.
Most of this money went toward contact lenses for
the players, the rest went toward special sports equip-
ment. In promoting school spirit, M Club worked with
Pep Club in getting buses for out-of-town games and
in organizing pep rallies.
Pep Club planned pep auds and chartered buses
for outaof-town games. Before games, the girls drew
p-ep slogans on the blaclcboards in the study halls,
and passed out pep pins. At Christmas time they
decorated the Christmas tree at the Ash Street
The Cheerleading Club, in spite of its small size,
was certainly large in spirit. These perky girls pro-
moted good sportsmanship between the schools and
led the crowd in cheers. They also planned the annual
cheerleading clinic which was held during the basket-
ball tournaments this year.
Front Row: R. Sinaiko, N. Piazza, D. Bush-
nell, D. Penn, B. Sweet, D. Schantz, D.
Powers, Row Z: T. Rogeberg, Schiro, D.
Gerfen, Drescher, D. Black, D. Walsh, D.
Marsh, J. Carlson, Row 3: B. Householder,
T. VanGalder, P. Kelly, H. Krider, Bu Dall-
man, J. Bartell, B. Busse, B. Johnson, J.
Porter, Row 4: N, Christianson, H. Kings-
bury, R. Farmer, B. Mai-ling, H. Cuccia, B.
Berge. R. Ingersoll, D. Pfahler, D. Mowry.
'Autumn Haze" Sets Misty Mood.
The royalty ot Homecoming 1961, Queen Kathleen
McGarrity and attendants Susan Lorenz and Eliza-
beth Barnard, reigned over Homecoming festivities.
Cornstalks, pumpkins, and crisp fall air lent
an appropriate atmosphere to this year's home-
coming dance, "Autumn Hazef, Besides dancing
to the music of Jerry Blake's Band, apple dunking
was an amusing diversion for the couples.
Queen Kathy McGarrity and attendants Susie
Lorenz and Libby Barnard were chosen for the
Royal Court. They were presented to the student
body in the aud program which featured Pep
Club,s original tale of "Little Miss Regent." The
Royal Court reigned over the West-Beloit game
in which the Regents scored a smashing home-
coming victory over the Purple Knights, winning
19 to 13. Thus the senior class float, which took
first place in annual float contest, fulfilled its
slogan 'lTender Is the Knight." The sophomores
captured second with "Slice Beloitv while the
junior float placed third with "We'll Take All
Senior class iloat, "Tender Is the Knight".
captures first place honors.
The West High marching band, under the direction of
drum-maior Mike Spangler, forms a heart while waiting
tor Royal Court.
Scene fmf Midwintevf Is Jamaican Island
Enjoying the music of Benny Rhode are Pam
Standridqe and Larry Maahs.
Iudy Michelson and Don Hammes pause at reiresh-
The soft Caribbean breeze of Montego Bay
brought a welcome relief from the Wisconsin
winter. A Jamaican harbor provided the climate
and set an exotic scene for Mid-Winter Dance,
February 18. An irridescent sea shell provided an
egective backdrop for Benny Rhodels Sextet.
Many things contributed to creating the roman-
tic atmosphere of the South Seas: rope rigging,
filled with varied types of sea life, a silvery star-
fish high above the dancers and a striking black
and white mural depicting scenes of a fishing
Couples Sue Wehrle and Ieff Bartell, Iody Ripp
and Ken Waggener, Marcia Richgels and Hadi
Pankow chat at refreshment corner.
Gay '903 Retrieved at G0 den Nugget'
Twirp Twirl, Ap-ril 14, turned the cloclc
back for a night on the Western frontier.
Large gold letters hung from the ceiling,
spelling out the theme, "Golden Nugget
One wall of bleachers posed as stores-
the hotel and near-by saloon, the barber-
shop and newspaper office, the mortuary
and jail. In the corner a gray courthouse
housed the marryin' judge who dutifully
proclaimed the 99-year sentences. The
bandstand was a wheel of fortune and
dance-hall girls decked the wall behind
it. From a long, wooden bar, aproned
barmaids served refreshments.
The costumed dancers were decorations
themselves. Attics had produced sweep--
ing, floor-length dresses, bustles and all.
Dance-hall girls rejoiced with bartenders.
Cowboys and Indians had come in from
the open range and polished gamblers
roamed the hall.
Serving maids "fill-'em up" at bar for thirsty customers.
Dancers Mark Nuernberg and Eileen Slattery, Tim
Smith and Ginni Oswald, appear in authentic
Dudes and fashionable ladies, Patty Brown, lim
Schulthess, Brian Smith, Chris Hayden, Howard
Teal, Pat Deviit, pose outside oi local saloon.
Couples Whiifl in Uriental Love Garden'
'Love Garden' royalty are Iohn Griesen and Kathy Reynolds, May King Mike Mulvihill and Queen
Mary Doyle, Peggy Burgdorff and Dan Gilbert.
An oriental setting created a romantic atmos-
phere for May Dance, May 13. Softly colored
Japanese lanterns lit the 'Love Garden'. After
strolling across a quaint foothridge lined with
flowering trees, couples gathered in the parking
lot near a fountain. Girls in lovely pastels whirled
with their escorts to the music of Laird lVlarshall's
combo, centered in the gym by portals arched
by a crescent moon. Refreshments were served
from a japanese tea room hy girls dressed in
lcimonas. The highlight of the evening was the
coronation of King Mike lVlulvihill and his queen,
Mary Doyle, and the traditional Grand March
with the seniors and regal couples. John Griesen.
escorting Kathy Reynolds, and Dan Gilbert,
escorting Peggy Burgdoriii, made up the court of
,V 66 I7
Pooleas Antics Provide
Wilson CTom Ehlertl and Dr. Chumley CFrank
ponder over Elwood Dowd's fPau1 Soruml 6' 4Vz'
"I'd like to know where you get that inflated
ego!" demands Nurse Kelley fSue Curvinl of
Dr. Lyman Sanderson ilVIike Mulvihilll.
Fun in Hartley
An invisible rabbit was the subject of much
confusion as West High presented its annual
fall play, Harvey, by Mary Coyle Chase. El-
wood P. Dowd fPaul Soruml is l-larvey's best
friend and the only one who can see him. Veta
Simmons fl-lilary l"lar,r'ingtonj, Elwood's sister,
is vexed by her brother and his friend because
they are ruining the social life of her daughter,
Myrtle Mae fLannie Waismanj. Thus Veta,
with the aid of Judge Omar Gaffney Uohn
Potterl, tries to place Elwood in a sanitarium.
It is at Dr. Chumleyis Rest Home run by
Dr. Williain Chumley fFranlc Eavesj, that a
young doctor, Lyman Sanderson fMike Mulvi-
hilly, a beautiful nurse, Ruth Kelly fSue Cur-
vinl, and a tough attendant, Wilson fTom
Ehlertl, mistakenly try to commit Veta. Mrs.
Betty Chumley fsandy Brownj unwittingly
reveals the mistake and a search begins for the
The hilarious events which occur concerning
who is the most in need of a psychiatrist, El-
wood or Veta, add to the confusion. Everything
is straightened out when Veta decides that she
likes her brother, rabbit and all.
Society woman lVlrs. Chauvenet Uessica
I-laganl and a frank cab driver, E. Lofgren
fMeryl Aroninj played colorful characters.
"Take hold ol her Iudge, she looks like she's going to
faint!" exclaims Myrtle Mae fLannie Waismanl to Veta
Louise lHilary Harringtonl. cmd ludge Gaffney Uohn
A Tkzlented, Enthusiastic Group Makes
Curly lMike Spanglerl and Laurey iMerry Bliss!
happily ioin in singing, "Let People Say We're
"Well, ain't you cr pair ol pretty nothings!" Aunt
Eller lDonna McDowe1D, with aid of Ali lSteve Victorl.
reprimands Iud lHal Kriderl and Curly CMike Spang-
lerl for raising a ruckus in the smokehouse.
Rodgers and Hammerstein,s musical, "Okla-
homaln was presented on the evenings of April
21 and 22. Choir, chorus classes, stage crew,
orchestra, dance-groups, and directors combined
their talents and efforts to put on this major
uOklahomal,, emphasizes the love triangle of
Laurey flVlerry Blissl, Curly fTom Heine, Mike
Spanglerj, and Jud Fry QI-lal Kriderl. The set-
ting is Oklahoma Territory at the turn of the
century. Curly and Laurey are in love, but are
at first either aloof, hostile, or uncertain of each
other's reactions. In spite of the efforts of Aunt
Eller fDonna McDowellj, Laurey makes no ap-
parent headway with Curly, who seems to he
attracted to the flirtatious Gertie Cummings fsally
Wilsonj, so she responds to the attentions of Jud
Fry. At the box social, hy outhidding Jud for
Laurey's lunch box, Curly demonstrates his feel-
ings for Laurey. They soon are married. During
a brawl at the wedding, Jud falls on his own knife
and is killed. Rather than take Curly to prison
on his wedding night, Judge Carnes fMike Fell-
manl arranges a trial and Curly is found innocent.
Curly and Laurey then go off for their honey-
moon in Oklahoma.
Another highlight is the amusing sub-plot in
which the attentions of an infatuated cowboy,
Will Parker Ueff Bartelll, and a wandering ped-
dler, Ali Hakim fsteve Victorl, revolve around
Ado Annie fNicki Isabellal. Other members of
the cast were: Ike Skidmore QAI Metzj, Cord
Elam fchuck Stewardl , Slim Him Burokerl, Fred
fDave Marshl, Chalmers fStanley Jacksonl,
Vivienne fSusan Andersonl, and Faye fSusan
Ado Annie lNicki Isabellal, who "Cain't
Say No". explains her problem to Lau-
rey fMerry Blissl.
Stage Ring with "Olelah0ma!"
Curly lTom Heinel stands on Aunt Eller's porch.
Will Parker Ueff Bartelll, Ado Annie tNicki lsabellal, Slim Uim Burokerl.
Aunt Eller KDonna McDowelD, and Andrew Carnes tMike Fellmanl, bid
farewell to the happy couple, Curly 1Mike Spanglerl and Laurey
"You iust try an' change my mind," Andrew Carnes
lMike Fellmcml warns Ali Hakim lSteve Victorl, who IS
reluctant to marry Ado Annie tNicki Isabellal.
Sports Encourage Fitness and
106 SPORTS LEAD
SPORTS LEAD 107
Varsity Gridders omplete Successful Season
Front Row: M. l-larriszk, B. lohnsoniz, B. O7Donnell, R. Kingzzi, Keplce, Noviclclf, T. Hughes, D. Powersg, S. Best, K.
Waggener, Ba Sweetllg Second Row: F, Ragatzzk, S. Nelsonzk, D. Marshal, B. Dallmanzk, Br. Busst-24, D. Bushnelltg, D. Johnson,
J. Porterzk, T. McKenna:::, W. Sweet, D. Pfahlergg Third Row: W. Osness, P. Kellyzk, U. Lettau, F. l-luitt, N. Christiansonk,
H. Kingslnuryf Hickmanzg, H. Cucciaxl, B. l-lable, Dehlungg Fourth Row: C. Joyce, T. Speranza, D. Mowryzg, T, Van
Galderll, B. Bergek, R. Farmerzg, D. Risley, B. Worlcingerzli, R. Schenk, N. Dc-ani. Not Pictured: D. Blacktk, T. Rogelnergx,
:5:Denotes Letter Winners
Coach Hable congratulates Steve Nelson on
being chosen honorary captain of the football
1960 FOOTBALL SCHEDULE team.
West 14, Wausau 6 XWest 12, East 3
l'West 20, Racinel-Iorliclc 0 Wfest 33, Janesville 0
West 33, Central 6 9FWest 19, Beloit 3
West 7, Racine Park 12 f':W'est 21, Kenosha 19
l'Denotes I-lome Game
BIG 5'8" STANDINGS
W L T
East 5 I 1
Racine Park 5 l 1
West . .. 5 2 0
Kenosha .. . . 5 2 0
Beloit .. . . 4 3 0
Janesville . . 3 4 0
l-lorliclc 1 6 0 '-
Central 0 0 0
1 08 SPORTS
egents osed Out of Big "8" Title
A powerful passing attack led by three outstand-
ing ends gave the Regents a tie for second place in
the Big 8 with five wins and two losses during the
1960 gridiron season.
Coach 1-1able's Regents began the season by post-
ing a 14-6 victory over Wausau. West bounced back
after a slow first half to overcome the Lumberjacks
with two touchdowns coming on passes from Jack
Novick to ends Ralph Farmer and Harry Kingsbury.
Next, Racine Horlick invaded Breese Stevens
Field, but once again the Regents emerged victorious,
this time with a 20-0 win. Two passes, one to Cuccia
and one to Farmer, went for touchdowns while
Steve Nelson scored Westis third tally.
Central became the third victim of the Maize and
Blue as the Regents posted a 33-6 victory. Kingsbury
and Cuccia scored TD's on pass receptions. Bob
Householder ran for a tally and Steve Nelson for
two. Bill Dallman was a defensive standout with
three pass interceptions.
In the next game, West battled Racine Park. Capi-
talizing on Regent miscues, Park edged Madison
West 12-7. The pass combination of Tim VanGalder
to 1-lank Cuccia clicked for XX7est, but untimely errors
cost the Maize and Blue a victorv.
The traditional East-West rivalry, one of the
strongest in the Big 8, proved disheartening to the
Regents in 1960 as the Purgolders nipp-ed West 13-
With outstretched arms, Safety lack Novick at-
tempts an interception of an enemy pass.
12. Westis sharp air attack matched East's ground
game in touchdowns, but the Regents' failure to gain
the all-important point-after-touchdown proved fatal.
Janesville was the next scene of action as the
Maize and Blue trampled the Bluebirds 33-0. Tim
Van Galder led the Regents with accurate passes to
Coach Hableas big ends. West gridders finally re-
vealed their running attack with Steve Nelson lead-
ing the way.
1-lomecoming 1960 was highlighted by a 19-13 win
over Beloit. The Van Galder-to-Cuccia passing com-
bination, accounting for two touchdowns, led the
way to a Regent victory. Beloit's gridders showed a
strong ground game but the West gridders' defensive
line and offensive passing were too powerful to
Coach 1"1able's Regents finished the 1960 gridiron
season with an exciting Z1-19 triumph over Kenosha.
Jack Novick scored West,s first tally on a quarter-
back sneak of three yards and passed to Kingsbury
and Farmer for the two other touchdowns.
This year the Maize and Blue gave Coach 1-lable
one of his finest football seasons, tying for second
place in the Big Eight. Bill Dallman, Steve Nelson,
1-lank Cuccia, Ralph Farmer, and 1-larry Kingsbury
gained positions on the All-City Team. Kingsbury
and Farmer received double honors, gaining berths
on the Big Eight Eleven. Ralph Farmer was given
additional honors with positions on the All-State
Team and the Scholastic Magazine's All-American
Doug Powers gets trailed from behind by Keno-
sha qridder as he gains ground on an end
Halfback Steve Nelson runs into trouble against
Horlick after good gain.
End Ralph Farmer lwith balll and Harry Kingsbury
iight mud cmd opponents tor long gain.
Regents in Action, S gbotlighted
Dave Black takes pitchout from quarterback and spurts around right end.
1 10 SPORTS
Poor Weather Doesn '15 Dampen F our Lakes
SENIOR FOUR LAKES
This year's senior football team ex-
perienced only one loss during the six
game season to take first place in the
Four Lakes division champoinship.
Coach jim Stevens mentioned that the
sharp backfleld contributed to the
team's winning record.
JUNIOR FOUR LAKES
The Junior Four Lakers suffered
from poor weather and injuries to key
players to wind up with a 1-4-1 record.
"Injuries to our quarterbacks especial-
ly hurt our team this season,', com-
mented Coach Cardoso. He also said
that there are some good prospects for
the varsity next year.
Front Row: P. Krug, N. Piazza, D. Lewis,
M. Bright, N. Schmit, P. Schoenenbergerg
Row Z: Coach J. Cardoso, C. Nlacomber, D.
Bardwell, D. Fox, S. Rauschenberger, B.
Scott, S. Fueger, H. Pankow.
Front Row: A. Brager, Huseby, R. Stone, M. Hanks, D. Gerfen, C. Olm-
stead, D. Hamacherg Row 2: R. Ingersoll, W. Wade, S, Erikson. D. Bunch,
Front Row: D. Richards, R.
Stich, M. Hasler, M. Nuern-
berg, G. Solie, B. Hickman, W.
Larson, M. Vire, J. Evans, Row
2: S. Gorden, P. Blau,
Haugsland, R. Carbon, M. New-
hall, P. Smith, J. Williams, B:
Baley, M. Graus, Coach R.
Hafemang Row 3: B. Richard-
son, S. Miller, B. Statz, F. Bar-
bash, D. Gorton, Morrel. J.
Talbot, -T. Scalissi.
SPORTS 1 1 1
Harriers Exceed Expectations
135 555 .1195 5? lg? 333 1 E .vu 1-ff
fi, iifjiilis shgff sffisi fl-Q an
. .T TI M i
CROSS COUNTRY TEAM
Eront Row: Coach Evans, B. Brayiiz, R. Marksg, D. Adamsii, M. Riegelk, T. W'ebb'l:, D. Robinson, D. Wilcoxic, D. Reimer,
J. Hansbourgh, B. Hake, P. Oppertzg, McMullin, S, Smithg Middle Row: J. Maylandff W. Brynelson, B. Carnes,
Heins, S. Anderson, R. Shnwlund, T. Kl0SSh9f, E- NQWIWOUS2, K- Hagan, R. Coens, T. Mullin, L. Hansbourgh, Mgr.
Schwieriii, Mgr. Lindg Back Row: R. Rideout, D. McMurry, D. Nelson, L. Daggett, E. Cunnnigham, B. Raffill, T. Shipe,
Burton, Bn Kleinheinz, C. Huboi, S. Otto, Mgr. D. Wieb2, Mgr. Rickzzi.
:5:Denotes Letter Winner.
Coached by Mr. Evans and captained by
Randy Marx, the 1960 West High Cross
Country Team completed another successful
season with both the NA" and UB" squads
winning dual meets at Monona Grove, East,
Central and Wisconsin High. The "A"
squad won the Hartford Invitational, the
West Invitational, and the Madison City
Meet. This was the sixth consecutive year
that West has won the city meet. The West
Harriers also took second in the Big Eight
Meet at Racine and third at the Midwest
Meet at Janesville.
The "BH squad placed first in the Hart-
ford and West Tnvitationals, while they
came in second in the Big Eight Meet.
Consistently good runners were Mike Rie-
gel, Bob Bray, Tom Webb and Don Adams.
Front Row: Capt. R. Marx, D. Adams, M. Rcigel, D. Wilcox: broken hip at the City Meet and Was lost
Back Row: T. Webb, B. Bray, J. Mayland, B. Hake.
Jim Mayland, a top runner, suffered a
for the season.
1 12 SPORTS
Wrestlers Complete Season Without Defeat
The wrestling squad, coached by Don Hafeman
and captained by Bruce McMurray, enjoyed a most
successful season, winning all its dual meets. Said
Mr. Hafeman of the squad, "This was the best and
hardest working squad I've ever coached."
The grapplers were also successful in their larger
meets. Their outstanding accomplishment for the
season was taking the city championship for the third
year in a row, enabling them to retire the City trophy
to West. The squad placed second in the Big Eight
Meet at Kenosha, taking four championships and
four second places. On the road to the State Tourna-
ment, they came in first in the Regional and Sec-
tional Tournaments. However, because of the loss
of two key men through injuries, the team was disap-
pointed at the State Tournament, accumulating five
points. Don Bushnell advanced the furthest, reaching
the semi-finals before being defeated.
Front Row: Mgr. R. Bright,
D. Reimerg, D. Nelsonak, D.
Walshx, N. Schmidtbk, M. Rei-
gelg, T. Hughesak, B. McMur-
ryx, H. Pankowx, B: johnsoni,
B. Dallmanii, Mgr. D. Gerfeng
Row Two: S. Boyan, B. Raffil,
D. Gaarder, B. Newcombe, W.
Emlem, D. Hammes, P. Krug,
D. McMurry, Morrell, C.
Joyce, D. Richards, B. O'Don-
nel, B. Scott, B. Workinger, N.
Christianson. Not Pictured: D.
:gDenotes Letter Winners
Next yearls prospects seem to be even better since
the team will have five returning lettermen. Captains
for next yearls squqad are Tom Hughes, Mike
Riegel, and Brek Johnson.
West 28, Lake Mills 14
West 24, Janesville 16
West 37, Beloit 10
West 27, Sauk City 14
West 39, Wisconsin High 10
West 25, Madison East 13
West 34, Richland Center 9
West 41, Monona Grove 5
West 44, Madison Central 5
West 22, Madison East 16
West 36, Fort Atkinson 12
West 30, Stoughton 10
D. Reimer, N. Schmidt, M. Rei-
gel, T. Hughes, Capt. B. Mc-
Murry, H. Pankow, D. Bushnell,
B. Johnson, and Bill Dallman
look on as Coach Don Hafe-
man gives instructions to D.
Nelson and D. Walsh.
71, .. M. I
SPORTS 1 1 3
Cagers Advanced to Finals in Sectional
flnsertl Mitbyrii, Mgr. R. King, S. Best, K. Waggoneri, Bartelli, N. Ruedisilizk, T. Speranza, D, Pfahlerzlz, Schweersx
T. Johnson, H. Cucciazk, B. Nlarlingzs, M. Mooreig, K. Kappelg, H. Kingsburyk, R. Farmer?
:gDenotes Letter Winners
Coach Byam and Coach Iim Stevens check pre-
1 1 4 SPORTS
In gathering a 12-10 season record, West's 1960-
61 basketball team placed fourth in the t'Big Sv
and second in the Janesville sectional of the State
Tournament. Height was the Regents' main asset
and Coach Jim Stevens used it to the fullest.
In pre-season competition the Regents were
downed by Wausau and Appleton but bounded
back with a 71-46 triumph over Wisconsin Dells.
During conference play the Regents compiled
a 7-7 record. They started conference play with
a 75-67 victory over Janesville. Ralph Farmer led
the West High attack with Z9 points.
The toughest loss for the West Cagers was a
64-63 setback at the hands of Madison East. The
Regents led for most of the game but the nip-
and-tuck fourth quarter resulted in a last second
basket by East for the narrow margin of victory.
Although the Regents lost the game, they found
a new star in sophomore John Schweers as he
poured in 19 points.
Typical of the Regents, hot and cold game was
a narrow 59-57 victory over Beloit. West held a
sizable lead in the fourth quarter and then went
Cold. Although they had trouble scoring, the
Regents held off Beloit until the final horn.
Cn Feb. 3, West unleashed its playing potential
with a 73-63 romp over Kenosha. West connected
for over 50? of their shots as they downed the
Red Devils. Ralph Farmer and Harry Kingsbury
were high with 20 and 15 points, respectively.
When state tournament time rolled around in
Sogbhomores stand on top in their division.
1961, the Regents put on an extended winning
streak. After downing Prairie du Sac, they went
on to tramp-le Central 62-36, getting revenge for
an earlier defeat at the hands of the Downtown-
crs. Next was Darlington and the Regents met
the challenge with a 66-57 victory.
In the sectionals of the tournament, West's
first foe was Elkhorn. Mike Moore led the Regents.
to victory with 21 points and good rebounding as
they moved into the sectional finals with cross-
town rivals Madison East. Playing top-notch has-
ketball, the Regents held a 28-24 lead at inter-
mission. However, in the second half the tide
turned and the Purgolders came on strong. Before
the Regents could recover the horn had blown
with West losing 53-45.
BIG "SH STANDINGS
Madison East .. . . 11 3
Racine Park ..... . 10 4
Beloit . ...... .. 8 6
Madison West .. . 7 7
Janesville . ., . 7 7
Kenosha ..... ..., . 7 7
Madison Central .... .. 3 11
Racine 1-iorlicli , 2 12
SOPI-IOMORE BASKETBALL TEAM
Forward Mike Moore iumps high into the air to get
the iump shot away from his opponent.
The Sophomore ln a s k e t ln all team,
coached hy Coach Clark Byam, took first
place in the Sophomore Big Eight Con-
ference standings with a 12-2 record. The
team had a 15-2 season mark. The cagers
also took the city title hy defeating the
Purgolders twice as well as overcoming
Central the same number of times. Park
handed the sophomores their first loss
early in the season, 57-43. The five
dropped a 48-39 decision to Racine Hor-
lick later in the season.
Row 1: R. Schenk, Drake, B. Smith, R. Risley, R. Burkhalter,
Norsetter, Mgr. D. Aspinwall. Row 2: Coach Byam, Peterson,
Doyle, B. Niehuhr, P. Scholl, P. Smith, G. Solie, T. Smith.
SPORTS 1 15
Bucketeers in Action
Guard Neal Ruedisili drives past Central
A screen by Mike Moore enables Iohn Mitby to score
Captain Ralph Farmer fires from long range in Regents' victory
Height gives the advantage to Harry Kingsbury as he
grabs the rebound from an Appleton player.
1 16 SPORTS
Senior F our-Lakes Basketball Champs
Row 1: T. Johnson. R, Allin, R. DeGolier, Martin. Row Z:
P. Glass, L. Sparr, J. Carlson.
Row 1: J. Laliella, B. Berge, Nl. Bunch. Row Z: A, Brager,
Row 1: D. Hamacher, D. Caperoon, Nl. Foseicl, P. Kleene.
Row 2: B. Householder, D. Gilbert, D. Walsh, F. Oldenburg.
Row 1: D. Black, l-liclcman, R. Stcge, D. Geffen. Row Z:
D. Powers, F. Ragatz, D. Marsh, B. Dallman.
SPORTS 1 1 7
Curlers and Puelesters Place Well in Meets
Front Row: J. Carlsonri, H. Kriderzfi, D. Pfluggi, C. Siemers. Row
2: L. Sparr, L. Ozanne, C. Lueders, Wettengel.
Aided by the newly completed artificial ice
rink in Madison, the hockey squad was able to
get in all their games despite the unusually warm
winter. The team was able to surpass last yearls
record, finishing with 5-5-1, highlighted by a 4
to 3 win over Rhinelander. "This was the first
time West has beaten Rhinelander in hockey in
four years," commented Coach Burt Hable.
Coach James Bicket praised the curlers for
the admirable job they did this season. A West
rink won the Poynette bonspiel. The same rink,
after winning the sectional held in Madison,
placed fourth in the state bonspiel in Wausau.
The Carlson rink also won the fifth annual
Poynette invitational bonspiel by winning all
of its matches in the first event. Tom Shipe,
Chuck Siemers, Dick Pflug and Skipper Carl-
son were the members of the rink.
The champion of the Madison prep bon-
spiel was the 'Carlson rink. They won the first
event entitling them to be the winners of the
City meet. Members of the championship rink
in addition to Carlson included Tom Shipe,
Hal Krider, and Dick Pflug.
In Madison at the sectional meet, the Jay
Carlson rink topped the Gary Saunders rink
of East to qualify for the WIAA state curling
bonspiel. At the state meet held in Wausau,
Carlson's rink finished fourth. They had tied
for third but in a playoff match, lost to Par-
deeville. Dick Pflug, John Wettengel, Tom
Shipe and Jay Carlson comp-osed the rink.
In city play, the pucksters were 4-4-1, losing
three times to East, winning three from Monona
Grove, and going 1-1-1 against Central. The team
scoring was paced by Bob Geppert and Jerry Rae-
ther. The outlook for next yearls squad is en-
couraging, but the team will sorely miss its many
Front Row: R. Ingersollg, S.
Hillg, G. Langleyie, D. Mowryg,
J. Senn, P. Kelly, K. Nelson.
Row Z: Coach B. 1-lable, Ma-
raiss, M. Dohertyx, J. Gribblex,
D. Schantzif, B. Busseg, Hen-
derson, F. Ragatzx, S. Erick-
sonak. Missing from picture: S.
Raffillss, B. Geppertx, Rae-
therlg, S. Nelsong.
1 18 SPORTS
Netters, Golfers Enjoy Successful Seasons
The West netters won their opening
match of the season by serving Janesville
a 9-6 defeat. They then proceeded to win
the next two matches, with a 9-2 win over
Beloit and a sweeping 6-0 win over Cen-
tral. At the quadrangular meet held at
West, the Regents topped the scoring with
Coach Eugene Leverentz's team was
built around eight returning lettermen in--
cluding Paul Sorum, Neal Ruedisili, Mark
Willard, Ed Gulesserian, Norm and New-
ell Gustafson, Dick Smith and Dave Otto.
Mr. Leverentz expects to continue this
winning season because of the talent dis-
played by these lettermen.
Front Row: D. Otto, N. Gustafson, M. Willard,
N. Ruedisili, P. Sorum, E. Gulesseriang Row Z:
D. Liscum, D. White, S. Bourne, Doyle, F.
Lerdahl, B. Smith, Schweers, Coach Eugene
Bill Iohnson. medalist in lctst yecxr's state
golf tournament and leading scorer on the
West qoli team. shows his form cmd skill as
he takes cr practice swing with ct five iron.
Front Row: N. Dean, D. Penn, S. Herrick, E. Larsong
Row 2: R, Radder, Mitby, W. B-ogle, Coach Clark
SPORTS 1 19
Coach Clark Byam's 1961 golf team opened the season
by taking second place in a quaclrangular meet at Janes-
ville, 14 strokes behind Janesville. The golfers improved
at the Beloit meet, however, as they nosed out Beloit by
two strokes to capture the championship. The Maize and
Blue, with 382 strokes, defeated East, Central, and Wis-
consin High in the City Quadrangular meet. West's margin
in this match was sixty-two strokes better than the run-
ner-up, Wisconsin High. The team proceeded to defeat
Wisconsin High in a dual meet by a score of 18 to 0.
The linkmen's record victory over the city teams came
at the Monona triangular by a margin of forty strokes.
West is headed by returning lettermen Phil Johnson,
Dave Penn and Rick Radder.
Coach Byam has expressed hope that the team will
repeat as state champs again this year.
West Tmckmen Regain City Meet Title
Front Row: P. Scholl, J. Benson, B. Bray, Hansbrough, D. Marsh, M. Riegel, R. Putnam, M. Korbel, R. Marks, L. Hans-
brough, B. Hickman, T. Klossner, D. Gilbert, D. Schuette, D. Hansen, B. Johnson, N. Schmitg Row 2: Coach Jim De-
Jung, Mgr. D. Nichols, Hickman, H. Kingsbury, R. Stege, H. Cuccia, E. Williams, Heins, Williams, Mayland,
B. Dallman, D. Wiebe, P. Oppert, Drake, M. Bunch, Schulthess, B. O"Donnell, B. Hoff, T. McKenna, U. Lettau, Mgr.
R. Sinaiko, Coach Willis jones.
The annual Wisconsin Rapids invitational track
meet was the scene as the 1961 track season
began. West finished second in the prep indoor
classic. The Regents won only one individual
event with Rod Putnam, Randy Marks, and Bill
Hoff placing 1-2-3 in the 40-yard dash. Putnam
also finished third in the broad jump.
Not since 1953 have the West cindermen taken
first place in the West Relays. This year, the
Regents captured the Class A crown. West picked
up their points on second place in the mile and
880 yard relays, a third in the shuttle hurdle
relay, and in individual events Rod Putnam, Tom
Klossner and Harry Kingsbury placed.
West regained the city meet title by unseating
the trackmen of East. Harry Kingsbury took indi-
vidual honors with first place in the high hurdles,
the low hurdles, and the high jump. The Regent
cindermen won eight of the twelve events. West
trackmen triumphed in four of six relay races
but could not match Rockford East in the Held
events and placed second in the Janesville Invita-
tional Relays. The only winner in field events was
Jack Hickman who won the shot put. The four
relay races included the 540 shuttle low hurdle
relay, the 440 relay, the 880 relay and the mile
West's 880-yard relay team
is comprised of Mark Korbel.
Mike Riegel, Norbert Schmit,
cmd Rodney Putnam.
Cindermen T czke Title at West Relays
Queen Tori Pohle and
her court. Karen Hult
and Sue Harnre, reign
over the twenty-fourth
Annual West Relays
at the Camp Randall
Memorial Building. At-
tendants. from left to
right, are Billy Wilson.
Martha Hable, Sue
Hable, and D a v i d
Anchorman Harry Kingsbury crosses the
finish line ior third place in the 180-yard
high hurdle shuttle relay.
, ,.....-1-and .-m +...mLi69ws1u:glu gm
Queen Tori presents the Class A trophy for first
place to Harry Kingsbury, representing the
West track team.
After Practicing I ndoors, the West Baseball
Front Row: N. Piazza, D. Wilcox, J. Corcoran, P. Grimstad, Carlson, S. Best, B. Busse, J. Kepke, C. Lincks, K. Wag-
gener, Row 2: Coach Russell Paugh, R. Farmer, D. Jacobson, T. Speranza, D. Pfahler, T. Van Galder, Raether, F.
Fueger, B. Niebuhr, T. Cloutier, J. Greisen, Andy Sotelo.
Four returning lettermen, Greisen, Farmer,
Corcoran, and Piazza, formed the nucleus of the
1961 Regent baseball team. Coach Russell Paugh
had a choice from 75 candidates to Fill the remain-
In the opening game of the season, West topped
Janesville 4-1. Clutch hitting by Don Pfahler and
fine pitching by Norm Piazza carried the Regents
to Victory. Pfahler homered and singled to tally
West's two hits. Piazza held Janesville without a
run until the last inning.
The Kenosha nine trounced West 9-0 in the
second game on one hit pitching by Kenosha.
Jim Corcoran's two-out single in the seventh
inning saved the Regents from a hitless game.
The West nine dropped the next two games with
a 15-6 defeat at the hands of the Central team
and a close 11-10 decision to East.
Racine 1-lorliclcls baseball team squelched a
Regent rally in the sixth inning of West's fifth
game. Six West errors, seven walks, and three
hit batters gave the Rebels an early 5-0 lead. The
Regents collected all but two of their hits in the
Coach Paugh is looking for a winning combi-
nation for the games remaining to be played.
Flanked by assistant coach
Don Hatemcrn, baseball coach
Russell Paugh explains to en-
grossed pitching and catching
candidates the principles for
throwing a curve ball with
The pitching and catching candi-
dates try putting into practice what
Coach Russell Paugh has been
teaching them as they wann up in
T eam Experiences A Slow Start
In the game against Central, Regent player Steve Best fouls a good pitch into
the grandstand. West lost to the Central nine, 15-B.
SPORTS 1 23
G.A.A. Sponsored Activities Enjoyed by Girls
The top four bowlers of this G.A.A. sponsored sport are.
from left to right, C. Way. D. Thomas, I. Walker, N.
124 GIRLS' SPORTS
During the first semester, bowling was the
chief G.A.A. activity. Ten teams composed
of six girls each, bowled at Schwoeglerls
Bowling Lanes each Monday at 3:45.
Ar the end of the season, the fifteen
girls with the highest averages played a
series of three games to determine the
bowler of the year. This year that girl was
Cindy Way with a three game average of
143. Judy Xvallcer, Nancy Raymond and
Dorothy Thomas gained second, third and
fourth places, respectively.
After school eleven teams of girls
played basketball in two leagues. The
teams of one league played Tuesday and
those of the other league played on
Thursdays. At the end of the season the
championship game was played, with
Cindy Way's team the winner.
Front Row: M. Schuck, C. Leulce, S. Saltzman,
M. Hammes, C. Larson: Row 2: M. Morgan,
S. Jackson, L. Richart, D. Taylor, C. Way, J.
Langetiegg Row 3: S. I-Ienlcle, Hanson, D.
Thomas, C. Voss, M. Wilbur, K. Cramer,
Wiedmann, C. Schuclc.
Prove They Hwve Athletic Ability
Spring arrived and with it spring sports,
of which tennis and softball are included.
The girls in the gym classes who didn't know
how to play one or the other were advised
to participate in that sport. Under the in-
struction of lVliss Schuette they learned to
hold the tennis racket properly and to serve
the ball correctly. Tn softball, the girls tried
to learn to hit the ball, play the held, and
when possible run the bases and score at
home plate. ..
Another after-school sport is volleyball
which is enthusiastically played by e
O iczals' Club
The booster pins and emblems seen on
Regents at football and basketball games to sup-
port the respective teams were sold by this club
to encourage school spirit. These girls officiate
at after-school G.A.A. sponsored activities, such
as basketball and volleyball. The club also lends
a service to school by checking coats at basket-
ball games. The advisor of Officials, Club was
Front Row: B. Parent, R. Abrams, B. Frankenstein, N.
Torrance, V. Hovdeg Row Z: N. Faulhaber, S. Henkle,
S. Colvin, J. Weidmann, L. Joyce, C. Schuck, S. Kleing
Row 3: C. Way, Langetieg, G. Bullington, J, Peck,
D. Taylor, Ap Szymczyk, M. Morgan.
M odern Dance
Third period every Tuesday and Thurs-
day found many girls, who preferred not to
take gym, going through a regular routine
of exercises and dances. This was the mod-
ern dance class. Under the instruction of a
university dance student, these girls were
able to give their own interpretations of
Front Row: H. Pfankuchen, S. Wilson, M. Ham-
ilton, Student Instructor Nliss Nancy Nisiusg Row
Z: Grosshandler, LaCourt, K. Smith, Beri-
gan, L. Suomi, K. Daggett.
GIRLS' SPORTS 125
Mr. and Mrs. Joe Abrams
Acousticon Hearing Aid Co.
L. H. Adolfson
Mr. and Mrs. Henry L. Ahlgren
Mr. and Mrs. George W. Alden
Dr. and Mrs. Robin N. Allin
Mr. and Mrs. Einer G. Anderson
Mr. and Mrs. Frank R. Anderson
Mr. and Mrs. John G. Armbrecht
Mr. and Mrs. Arthur F. Baier
Mr. and Mrs. Dean G. Ball
Mrs. John Barnard
Mr. and Mrs. Merwin Barningham
Mr. and Mrs. Gerald A. Bartell
Mr. and Mrs. Robert E. Berigan, Jr.
Mr. and Mrs. Riley Best
Mr. and Mrs. William S. Bicknell
Mr. and Mrs. Olin Bjornstad
Mr. and Mrs. Don M. Black
Mr. and Mrs. D. Brickl
Mr. and Mrs. Harry L. Brown
Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Bullington
Mr. and Mrs. John H. Bunch
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Buran
Mr. and Mrs. H. H. Burgdorff
Mr. and Mrs. George T. Burrill
Mr. and Mrs. R. G. Burton
Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Bushnell
Mr. and Mrs. Ralph H. Callies
lVlr. and Mrs. Eugene N. Cameron
Mr. and Mrs. Sam Chechik
Mr. and Mrs. Carl Christianson
Mr. and Mrs. Harry D. Clarke
Mrs. Adeline Colvin
Mrs. Patrick Conway
Mr. and Mrs. James F. Crow
Mr. and Mrs. Floyd R. Curry, Jr.
Prof. and Mrs. Jonathan Curvin
Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Cuthbert
Mr. and Mrs. Ronald L. Daggett
Mr. and Mrs. Ellis H. Dana
Mr. and Mrs. Rolf Darbo
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Deans
Mr. and Mrs. C. M. De Golier
Mr. and Mrs. William H. Dieter
Mr. and Mrs. Anthony J. Domenico
Mr. and Mrs. Russell C. Doolittle, Jr.
Mr. and Mrs. James E. Doyle
Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Drescher
Mrs. James S. Earley
Mr. and Mrs. M. A. Egre
Mr. and Mrs. Carl F. Ehlert
Mr. and Mrs. Arval Erickson
Mr. and Mrs. William Fagerstrom
Mr. and Mrs. Ralph D. Farmer
Mr. and Mrs. Carl W. Farrell
Mr. and Mrs. Charles M. Faulhaber
Mr. and Mrs. David Fellman
Louis D. Fiore
Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth C. Flee
Mr. and Mrs. Herbert O. Fleischer
Mr. and Mrs. John Flett
Mr. and Mrs. George Forster
Mr. and Mrs. Joe Frank
Mr. and Mrs. Alan D. Freas
Mr. and Mrs. Alfred J. Freitag
Mr. and Mrs. R. Friedl
Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Garrott
Mr. and Mrs. Arnold G. Gehner
Mr. and Mrs. Edward T. Gernon
Mr. and Mrs. Paul Gilbert
W. E. Gilson
and Mrs. Louis S. Glass
and lVlrs. W. E. Glissindorf
and Mrs. Bernard J. Gorst
and Mrs. Robert E. Grady
and Mrs. M. E. Gribble
and Mrs. D. W. Grosshandler
and Mrs. Edward Gulesserian
Mr. and Mrs. Nelson M. Hagan
l'Vlr. and Mrs. J. B. Hall
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Hamilton
Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert Hamre
Mr. and Mrs. Marshall B. Hanks
Mrs. Edward S. Hansen
Mr. and Mrs. Fred C. Hansen
Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Hanson
Prof. and lVIrs. Fred Harvey Harrington
Mr. and Mrs. Wm. I. Harris
Mr. and Mrs. A. D. Hathaway
Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Herling
Mr. and Mrs. H. R. Herrick
Mr. and Mrs. John C. Hickman
Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Hill
Mrs. Arthur Hinrichs
Mr. and Mrs. John S. Hobbins
Mr. and Mrs. A. D. Hoff
Mr. and Mrs. Louis F. Hoffman
Mr. Harold R. Hokansen
Mr. and Mrs. H. J. Holzwarth
Mr. and Mrs. B. W. Huiskamp
Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Hult
Mr. and Mrs. Dean Hunzicker
Mr. and Mrs. Don Huseby
Mr. and Mrs. M. L. Jackson
Dr. and Mrs. Russell Jackson
Mr. and Mrs. Erwin R. Jacobson
Mr. and Mrs. H. T. Jaeke
Mr. and Mrs. Robert I. Johnson
Mr. and Mrs. Howard Kailin
Mr. and Mrs. A. S. Kelley
Mr. and Mrs. Francis L. Kelley
Mr. and Mrs. F. H. Kildow
Mr. and Mrs. Dale King
Mr. and Mrs. John Kotz
Mrs. Ruth J. Kramer
Mr. and Mrs. Robert S. Kurtenacker
Mr. and Mrs. Howard LaCourt
Mr. and Mrs. Earl H. Langetieg
Mr. and Mrs. Cl. B. Larson
Mr. and Mrs. Melvin O. Larson
Mr. and Mrs. N. C. Lerdahl
Mr. and Mrs. Vaughn Liscum
Mr. and Mrs. Joe Loniello
Dr. and Mrs. Howard W. Mahaffey
Mr. and Mrs. A. D. Manson
Mr. and Mrs. William R. Mariing
Mr. and Mrs. William Marsh
Mr. and Mrs. Arthur L. May
Mr. and Mrs. James McEldowney
Mr. and Mrs. Glen W. McGrath
Mr. and Mrs. E. B. McMurry
Mr. and Mrs. Angelo Messina
Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Metz
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Meyr
Mr. and Mrs. Ralph E. Michelson
Mr. and Mrs. John M. Mikalson
Mr. and Mrs. S. D. Milesky
Mr. and Mrs. John E. Mitchell
Mr. and Mrs. Harvey W. Mohr
Mr. and Mrs. Robert G. Morris
Mr. and Mrs. E. R. Mulvihill
Mr. and Mrs. Harold L. Nelson
Mr. and Mrs. Pip Nelson
Mr. and Mrs. Russell O. Nygard
Mr. and Mrs. Ralph O'Connor
Mr. and Mrs. W. G. Ogden
Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Olmstead
Nlr. and Mrs. Robert H. Paddock
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Abrams, R. 28, 125
Adams, D. 66, 112
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Blau, F. 70, 111
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Bliss, M. 30, 84, 85, 87, 104, 105
Block, T. 70, 86
Blorngren, S. 66
Blomquist, P. 66
Boell, M. 70, 85, 86, 87
Cole, K. 32
Cole, M. 71
Colvin, S. 32, 95, 97, 125
Combs, L. 71
Conway, C. 32, 91. 95
Cook, R. 65, 83, 97
Cook, H. 71
Cooper, M. 69
Corcoran, J. 33, 122
Albrecht, J. 63, 66, 84
Alden, S. 28, 933, 94, 96, 98
Alexander, B. 28
Alexander. J. 66
Allin, Robin 28, 80, 96, 117
Alt, M. 66, 85, 89
Alt, N. 70, 83
Anlato, D. 73
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Andersen A . 66
Andersen KK. 70
Anderson C. 28, 91
Boettcher, A. 30
Bogart, S. 30, 95, 98
Bogle, W. 70
Bohl, W. 66, 86
Bohms, H. 70
Bokina, J. 90
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Boorman, J. 70, 94
Borlnett, Wnl. 72
Bourne, M. 30, 88
Bourne, P. 30, 85
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Correll, M. 33
Cowle, P. 71, 86, 87, 94
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Anderson, M. 28, 78, 83. 94, 98
Anderson, Steve, 70, 112
Anderson, Sara 66, 80, 81, 84, 88
Andrew, S. 70, 82
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Ansfield, V. 28, 91
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Ar raves J. 70
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Boyan, S. 70, 113
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Cunningham, E. 73, 112
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Ayres, 1-1. 70
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Backus. B. 70. 94
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Ball, M. 29
Bundy, H. 66
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Daggett, L. 71, 85, 112
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Bright, N. 70, 111
Bright, R. 67, 86, 113
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Brown, B. 67, 91, 94
Brown. C. 70
Brown, L. 70
Brown, P. 70. 101
Brown, S. 30, 80, 85
Brown, V. 31
Brown, W. 70
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Brunn, S. 70, 75
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Brye, J. 70
Buchholtz, K. 70
Buenzli, W. 70
Buenzli, S. 31
Buerkle, J. 70
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M. 31, 111, 117, 120
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Dahlk, J. 67
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Daley, S. 71
Dallman, W. 33, 98, 108, 113, 117,
Dambekaln, A. 71
Damman, M. 33, 95
Dana, A. 33, 79. 94
Darbo, K. 33, 98
Darbo, P. 71, 83
Darling. J. 67, 81, 91, 95
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Dean, N. 34, 108. 119
Deans, T. 34
Dechant, V. 71
Decker, S. 71
Banovez, M . 70
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Barnard, E. 29, 99
Barnes, D. 70
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Barry, Barbara 66
Barry, Bonnie 66
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Bates, A. 70
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Bates, W. 70
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Burton, M. 31, 91
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Busse, Richard 71
Busse, Robert 31, 108, 118, 122
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Denzer, F. 34
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Domenico, N. 34
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Engelke, R. 35
Erickson, Mary C. 67
Erickson, Mary T. 65
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Evans. J. 71. 111
Evans, R. 67
Evenson, S. 71
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Fahrenholz. J. 35
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Farber, C. 71
Farmer, J. 71
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Farrell, M. 35, 79, 87
Farrell, R. 72, 84, 87
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Fenske, V. 71, 94
Fernandez, J. 72
Ferris, S. 71
Ferris, V. 72, 83
Ferry, P. 72
Fesige, S. 72
Fibikar, B. 71
Fiedler, F. 67, 37 7
Field, W. 72
Fike, S. 67, 74
Finch, M. 71, 83
Fink. T. 75
Finnigan, S. 65
Fiore, J. 36
Fishel, L. 79
Fix, T. 71
Fleck, J. 92
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Fleisher, C. 6, 36, 78, 82, 84, 91
Fleming, A. 36. 64, 85
Flen, K. 36. 93
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Forsyth. D. 65
Foseid, K. 73
Foseitl, M. 36, 117
Foster, D. 65, 67, 80, 83- 90, 95
Fox, Richard 68, 111
Fox, Roberta 65, 82, 89
Foye, M. 36
Frank, J. 36, 88. 89, 92
Frankenstein, Barbara 71
Frankenstein, Bev 36, 85, 125
Fraser, B. 65
Freas, B. 36, 84
Becker, S. 66. 82, 94, 98
Beckman, B. 71
Beckman, S. 66
Beebe, W. 70
Beecher. J. 65
Beery, F. 65
Beld, S. 67
Bellrichard, L. 29
Bennett, C. 67
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Bcnskin, V. 67
Benson. J. 70, 120
Beranek, W. 70
Berge, W. 29. 80, 988, 108, 117
Berigan, J. 29, 87, 125
Bessert, D. 66, 95
Best, Sally 29. 82. 85. 90. 96, 97
Best, Steve 66, 80, 108, 114, 122
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Beyler. J. 70
Bicknell, E. 70, 74, 82. 97
Bicknell, S. 29, 78, 89
Bieberstein, H. 70
Biehn, N. 29
Bierd, Beverly 70
Bierd. Bob 29
Bignell, S. 30, 79, 94, 977 7
Billington, L. 30, 84
Bjornstad, N. 30
Callen, N. 65, 81, 91
Callies, S. 31
Cameron. J. 32, 85
Cameron, S. 70, 75, 87
Camp, C. 67, 91
Campion, R. 32
Caparoon, D. 9, 32,
Carbon, R. 71, 111
Carlson, J. 32, 98, 117, 118,
Carnes, R. 71, 112
Caruso, R. 71, 80
Casey. T. 67
Cassidy, C. 32, 66
Cassid M 71
Chamberlain, J. 67, 88, 96
Chechik, M. 32, 81. 84
Chidestcr, P. 67. 88, 90
Christensen, D. 72
Christianson, N. 9, 32, 108, 1133
Christianson. R. 71
Clarke, E. 32, 94, 97
Clarke, K. 32
Clausen, K. 67
Clifford, C. 32. 86
Clifford, M. 71. 86
Cochems, C. 32
Cochems, D. 71
Coens, R. 67, 112
Cole, B. 71, 95
Donkle. W. 34
Doolittle, M. 27, 34, 89, 93, 94
Doremus, J. 67, 85
Doudna, K. 34, 90
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Doyle, M. 26, 34, 78, 80, 83
Doyle, S. 71
Drake. J. 71. 115, 120
Dreschner, J. 34. 80, 93, 95, 98
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Duerst, D. 73
Dunn, J. 65
Dunn, T. 35. 82, 93
Duwe, J. 67, 88
Dybdahl. M. 71
Dyer, S. 35
Dykman, P. 67, 87
Earley. J. 71, 74, 83, 86
Barley, S. 71, 82
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Eherle, P. 35, 84
Eckhardt, J. 65, 84
Edwards, S. 72, 93
Freck, M. 67
Freeman, S. 65, 91
Freitag, S. 36
Friedl, J. 36, 90
Friedman, B. 71
Friess, J. 71
Fry, D. 71
Frye, J. 71
Fueger, F. 65, 111, 122
Caarder, D. 12, 113
Call, S. 65
Gallina. C. 36
Gant, C. 72
Cara, D. 72
Garrott, L. 36, 98
Garrott, W. 72
Gehner, J. 37, 84, 97
Geier, K. 67
Ceppert, R. 37, 118
Gerfen. D. 37, 88,
Gernon, E. 37
Gernon, P. 72
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Gesenius, D. 37, 80, 83, 84. 98
Ghastin, J. 63, 67, 87, 91, 97
Gilbert, P. 37, 88, 89, 96, 111, 117
Gilchrist, J. 72
Gill, T. 37
Gillette, J. 67, 79, 98
Gilson, M. 37, 83, 91
Glass, P. 37, 96, 117
Gleason, J. 65
Glissendorf, J. 37
Glucksman, J. 71, 97 7
Goers, W. 72
Gordon, M. 67, 86, 111
Gorst, Jean 65, 91, 94
Gorst, Joan 37
Gorton, D. 111
Grady, C. 37
Grady, S. 69, 85
Grafton, K. 67
Grallam, N. 67. 78, 79, 80, 98
Graham. V. 65, 97
Graham, W. 72
Grans, M. 88, 111
Gram, M. 66
Grasse, J. 68, 90
Green, D. 37, 67
Green, J. 65
Greisen, J. 37, 122
Greisen, P. 65
Gribllle, J. 38, 118
Griihth, F. 15, 67, 93
Grinistad, P. 7, 69, 122
Grob, E. 38
Groneng. D. 72
Gronli, G. 38
Grosshandler, J. 27, 38, 78, 83, 85,
Groton, D. 72
Grudzina, V. 38, 86, 93
Grummer, B. 71, 72
Guggenbuehl, N. 65
Gulesserian, E. 38, 79, 80, 119
Gustafson, Newell 38, 88, 90, 93,
Gustafson, Norman 38, 88, 900
Haag, T. 38
Halfner, G. 72
Hagan, J. 38, 95, 98
Hagan, K. 73, 112
Hake, R. 38, 112
Hall, K. 38, 79, Bl, 88, 89
Halperin, C. 65
Halperin, L. 69, 98
Halpin, M. 68
Hamacher, D. 38, 111, 117
Hambleton, H. 69, 95
Hamilton, M. 38, 85, 87, 125
Hamilton, S. 72
Hammersley, B. 72
Hammes, D. 39, 65, 100, 113
Hammes, M. 95, 124
Hayes. M. 73
Heding, L. 69
Heim, M. 40, 83, 84, 90
Heine, S. 72, 87
Heine, T. 40, 84, 86, 87, 105
Heins, J. 72, 112, 120
Heivilin, G. 65, 92
Helms, K. 40
Hembre, J. 65
Henderson, C. 72
Henderson, J. 65, 118
Hendrickson, G. 40, 85
Henkel, S. 40, 97, 124, 125
Herling, D. 40
Herrick, J. 72
Herrick, S. 40, 119
Herzog, A. 72. 97
Heufl, J. 66, 92. 93
Heuser, S. 65, 91
Hickman, B. 111. 120
Hickman, J. 40, 108, 117, 120
Hildebrandt, J. 65
Hill, M. 65
Hill, Sarah 4-0
Hill, Stephen 40, 118
Hines. C. 65
Hinrichs, C. 40, 86
Hintz, J. 40, 95
Hintz, K. 72, 92
Hobbins, A. 41, 98
Hochstetter, J. 72, 95
Hochstetter, R. 65, 92, 93
Hoebel, W. 66
Hoif, W. 41, 117, 120
Hoffman, G. 66
Hoffman, L. 41
Hoffman, V. 65, 82
Hogan, J. 41. 97
Hogan, P. 72
Hnisington, G. 41, 79, 90, 94
Hokanson, R. 41, 88
Holland, James 65
Holland, Judy 41, 80, 85, 93
Holmburg, H. 41
Holzman, P. 41, 95
Holzwarth, S. 41, 97
Hoornstra, J. 41
Hoover, L. 41
Householder, N. 72
Householder, B. 98, 117
Hovde, V. 41, 125
Hovey, C. 7, 41, 93
Howe, H. 72, 81
Hsu, W. 72, 87, 89, 95
Huber, C. 42
Huboi, C. 72, 112
Huegel, D. 66
Hughes, J. 72
Hughes, R. 42
Hughes, T. 66, 108. 113
Huiskalnp, S. 42, 83, 96
Huitt, F. 72, 93, 108
.l, J. 39, as, 90
Hamre, B. 95
Hamre, J. 67 '
Hamre. S. 39, 121
Handel, M. 80
Hanks, J. 72
Hanks, M. 39, 84, 111
Hansbrough, J. 72, 112, 120
Hansbrough, L. 69, 112, 120
Hansen, D. 39, 95, 120
Hansen, Floyd 65
Hansen, Fred 39
Hansen, M. 39, 93, 98
Hansen, P. 69, 86
Hansen, Richard 72
Hansen, Rick 72
Hanson, B. 39
Hanson, J. 39, 124
Hanson, Karen 73, 82
Hanson, Karen A. 72, 87
Hanson, Kenneth 39
Hanson, L. 72
Hanson, P. 65, 86, 87
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Wright, Madeline 68, 85, 38, 95,
Wright, Mary 22, 27, 62, 80, 85.
Yamamoto, S. 63, 88
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While, R. 62, 78, 119
White, T. 62
Wick, D. 72
Wiebe, D. 12, 112, 120
Wiedman, J. 62, 86, 87, 124. 125
Wiedman, W. 67, 86, 90
Wiegand, W. 75
Wiitala, L. 72
Wilber, M. 72. sn. 124
Wilvox. D. 62. 112. 120
Youmans. G. 19, 63
Young, R. 73, 86
Zarantonello, S. 71
Zerbel, T. 72
Zerwick, J. 72
Zimdars, D. 67
Zimmerman, I.. 68
Zum Brnnnen. J. 72, 86
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