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Lust ycin' wc wcrc thc class of cl1:n'nctcrs. uncl
clmmctt-rs of class. lint this your wc lmvv grzulu-
lltl'tl-SUllIt'XVTlLlt. As wc think hack to our frcsh-
main y0lll'. wc rculizv how many pcoplc of whom
the-rc arc to lic proud. For instuncc, XVilnu Ohl-
rich uncl Carol Schmidt wcrc choscn to hc ut-
tcnclunts in thc Nluy Qnccn Proccssion, which is
qnitc an honor.
This ycar wc urc proucl to say that sonic ol'
thc sophomorc boys muclc thc junior Varsity'
X'YiCl'-PI'l'SlCT0llt. . .
Trcusnrcr. . .
tcam. Our homccoming qnccn cuncliclutcs this
ye-nr wcrc Xvilllll Ohlricli anal Shirlcy XVhiting.
Ps usual wc put on thc sophomorc juliilcc, anal it
tnrnetl out 21 grcut sncccss. This was the first Your
wc were uhlc to uttcncl Cure-cr Day, which wc
considcrecl u grcut privilcgc. This shows that wc,
the sophoniorcs, arc coming np in thc world.
planning our curccrs. This is ll lurgc stcp in mulc-
ing our futnrc lifc u hngc sncccss.
The class officcrs for this Muir arc as follows:
. . .Dick XVocllcrt
. . . . .Suc Kcmp
. . .YVally Sclmctt
. . .joycc Bullard
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lop row: ML-Cannon, l'., Mcliiin, C., Mitchel, P., Moritz, D., Munson, L., Nelson, M., Nelson, X., Ohlrich, C., Bainsford, M.
conrl roir: Bobertson, XY., Rowe, ll., llyan, A., St-ht-id, L., Schildt, B., Sehreck, YV., SL'llI'0l'LlL'l', I., Seaton, S., Sell, B.
lhirfl l'Ull'i Sell, B., Shaw, l'., Sherman, J., Shook, li., Sorenson, J., Schreiber, A., Stassen, G., Stecker, B.,Steinke, M.
lourllz row: Stock, 'l'., Stock, S., Stogsdill, D., Stieg, E., 'l'reseh, S., Tryon, E., Turner, C., Ueber, B., Walkington, P.
lzffh row: NVenkel, ll., NVesterbcck, R., XVhiting, B.,XYissell, M., Ystebo, M., Zinnnerman, S.
fffistory of the Glass of 1951
In September, 1947, we made our entrance into XV. C. H. XVhen the election of class officers
was held, we were not too "good," so we were only allowed to elect a president, Bob Clark,
As sophomores we accomplished more. The officers elected for the sophomore year were: jerry
Cillett, president, Tom Benton, vice-president, Mary Durkee, secretary, Bill Iloerbert. treasurer. XVc
made a lloat that won third prize in the llomecoming parade, and we put on our first dance entitled
"Old Heidelberg," with Sue Tresch reigning as Queen.
Last fall we became juniors and elected XVayne Schacht, president, Balph Stork, vice-presidentg
jerrf' Cillett, secretary, and Ann Abraham. treasurer. Again this year the class of ,51 captured third
place for Homecoming floats with the idea of suckers and the motto, "Lick 'Emf' Along with the prize
money from the winning Hoat, we were very busy selling hot dogs and candy in order to sponsor our
great event-the junior Prom. Besides the excitement of the Prom, we got our class rings that will remind
us of our happy days spent in good old XV. C. H. S. The junior class was well represented in all of the
activities of XV. C. ll. S. such as: band, orchestra, chorus, track, the basketball team, football, and base-
ball teams, G.A.A., and dramatics.
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The Class of '52 entered the halls of good ole
NV.C.ll.S. last September with the usual Ways of
freshmen, some of us very shy and timid, while
others were always ready for a practical joke Qon
someone elsel. .-X few were on the paths of knowl-
edge and the rest. well-on other paths. After the
Freshman Reception. when our day of dressing
as washer-women and Indians was over, and
book carrying and allahing in the halls had come
to an end, we headed for more serious things:
girls for fellas. and yice versa. Poor Mr. Edwards
really had a tough time with us, as I suppose he
does with all freshmen, but we finally made the
grade fmost of us, that ish.
The freshman football team really went to
town. especially with Dick BCSSUI' as one of th:
top stars. The basketball team did all right, too,
winning almost every game.
Of course, the girls know this class history
wouldnt bc complete without mentioning the
fond ways in which our senior sisters took care
of us all through the year and proved to be truly
XVith all the trials and tribulations the year af-
forded us, it is one we always keep as a favorite
memory, our freshman year at XV.C.lI.S. Our
officers this year were:
Dick Besser. . . ...... President
Bill Gallagher .... . . .Yicc-President
Ralph Scharuau. . . ..... Secretary
Dick Ceister. . . . . .Treasurer
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