High-Resolution, Full Color Images Available Online
Search, Browse, Read, and Print Yearbook Pages
View College, High School, and Military Yearbooks
Browse our digital annual library spanning centuries
Support the Schools in our Program by Subscribing
Page 15 text:
As we see the seniors in 1962.
Georgeanne Hlavachck is superintendent of a baby hospital in Chicago. She accepted this position only on condition that she could have weekends off to visit Albany.
Warren Schesser is teaching. On weekends and in his spare time, he helps his wife in the Albany Locker Plant.
Stanley Sisson is a five star general in the U. S. Army in Korea.
Karen Kittleson inherited a gym in Milwaukee for reducing. After she practices on herself she is going to teach others.
Helen Krause is a secretary at the latch factory in Albany.
Franklin Smith is driving race cars at the Indianapolis Speedway.
Russel Atkinson owns Truax Field at Madison and also gives pilot lessons.
Paul Ulmer is trying to think of a new invention so he won't have to work anymore.
Rosclla Horan is a great actress in Hollywood replacing Betty Hutton.
Marlene Cortriteis manager of the Bell Telephone Company.
Marjorie Hefty is secretary to a millionaire play
Carl Hannes is manager for the Greyhound bus lines.
John Taylor is out in California cutting down giant redwood for lumber.
Glen Malkowis president of a department store for ladies in New York.
Kenneth Rhyneris with the Blue Ridge Quartet singing songs he learned in Albany High.
Roger Steindorf owns a boat house and about 20 boats for rent on Sugar River.lt is located just beyond the Latch Factory.
Bill Flood is working as a bartender for his father-in-law in Zimmerman's tavern.
Alvin Walmeris the owner of the old Hien Francis Store and his wife is his cashier.
Lucille Nipple works in a record shop and keeps playing the Schneider Polka. It must remind her of her husband.
James Sharer is manager of the Pet Milk Company in New Glarus.
Joyce Speich is touring the country with her 1962 Chevy convertible.
Betty Quint owns a theater with her husband in Albany. It comes out with all the latest pictures.
Page 14 text:
The senior class members of "52" being of sound mind and body do hereby will to the following people:
To Joann Dunphy, Paul Elmer's ability to gab;
To Rita Thurman. Glen Malkow's quietness;
To Burdcll Trow. Rosclla Horan's giggles;
To Willis Nipple. Marlene Cortrite's editorship 9f the annual;
To Shirley Zanoni. Marjorie Hefty's green truck;
To Joann Petersen. Frank Smith's wise cracking in class;
To Donald Ahrens. Warren Schesser’s power of concentration;
To Delmar Atkinson. Carl Hannes's taxi cab service;
To Shelby Sherbondy, Russell Atkinson's red hair and freckles;
To Shirley Abbott. Roger Steindorf's long legs;
To John Pluss. Billy Flood's curly hair;
To Norman Hoesly. Stanley Sisson's ability to play basketball;
To Cynthia Bartlett. James Sharer's piano playing;
To Rose Ann. Betty Quint's cheerleading ability;
To Mr. Warner. Helen Krause’s dancing ability;
To Louise Nipple, Joyce Speich's eating ability.
To Carol Sellnow. Lucille Nipple’s job at the lunch room;
To David Nipple, Alvin Walmer’s ability to go steady;
To Eileen Schnerberger. Georgeanne Hlavachek's baby silting job;
To Arlie Fahmey. Kenneth RJiyner's like for social problems;
To Jon Kauk, Karen Kittleson's out of this world statements;
To Patty Parker. John Taylor's smile;
Page 16 text:
CLASS HISTORY OF THE CLASS OF 1952
In September. 1948, twenty-four quite green, but very brilliant and capable freshmen entered A. H. S. This was obviously one of the best things that could have happened to Albany High School. These members were: Marlene Cortrite.Georgcanne Hlavachek. Betty Quint. Rosella Horan. Helen Krause. Tena Hanson. Alvin Walmer, Russell Atkinson. James Sharer, Carl Hanncs, Warren Schcs-ser, Roger Steindorf. Stanley Sisson.and Ruth Krueger from the town school; Joyce Spcichand Donovan Malkow from Hardscabble, Marjorie Hefty and Glen Malkow from Smiley; Paul Elmer, Jr. from Peterson; William Flood. Jr. and Kenneth Rhyner from Peebles; Karen Kittleson and Franklin Smith from Norwegian; and Edwin Smith from Jug Prairie. We went through our initiation without any trouble and soon added a much needed bolstering to the athletic squads. We proved that we had quality as well as quantity by having eight band members, eleven chorus members, three A team and five B team members.
After finally settling down, we elected Franklin Smith as president, Paul Elmer as vice-president. and Warren Schesser as secretary and treasurer. Our advisor was Mrs. Sell. We gave the Christmas party that year. Of course, it was the best one ever given at A. H. S.
This lively group added much pep and variety to the student body throughout the year. Edwin Smith dropped out the second semester leaving us with twenty-three members.
Entering the next year as sophisticated sophomores, we soon took our place once more as the class which influenced every happening in the high school. Lucille Nipple joined us from Evansville to bring our total to twenty-four once more. We put on the initiation party with many original ideas.
Our scholastic marks were most amazing, and we held the lead on A honor roll members. Another example of our outstanding ability was the fact that we had eleven members in band, seventeen in chorus, ten in basketball, and baseball, two cheerleaders, and three in forensics. Politics were a big issue that year. With the boys all voting together, the following all-girl officers were elected: President. Tena Hanson: vice-president Ruth Krueger; secretary and treasurer, Georgeanne Hlavachek. Miss Barton was our advisor. During the year Donovan Malkow and Tena Hanson left us. All in all. however, we still had a very handsome and intelligent class. These wonderful sophomores also presented one of the funniest and most clever plays called "Life of the Party". Everyone agreed it was very well given.
Again in our junior year our class proved itself to be one of the most outstanding ever to be here. That year we also had many members in basketball, baseball, band, chorus, A Club, and two cheerleaders. The following officers were elected: president. Helen Krause; vice-president, Ruth Krueger; secretary and treasurer, Georgeanne Hlavachek, Mrs. Ryan and Mr. Elmer were our class advisors. We gave one of the most beautiful proms ever held at Albany, The gymnasium was decorated to the theme of "The Old Wishing Well", King Roger and Queen Helen were royalty fit to rule over any kingdom. We also put on a wonderful comedy. "That's My Boy” which even surpassed the excellent play wc put on the year before. Without any doubt it was the best junior class play ever put on at old A. H. S. Wc also gavetne valentine party which was very outstanding because even Cupid was there.
Entering our senior year, we found that we had only twenty-one members. Ruth Krueger, who is now Mrs. Clifford Elmer, had left us. However, we were joined by John Taylor from Evansville. We elected Paul Elmer president; Helen Krause, vice-president; Marjorie Hefty, secretary; and Betty Quint, treasurer. Mr. Rhcmstedt is our advisor.
Again this year we have many members in basketball, baseball, band, chorus, the A club or some other extracurricular activity.
One of the best classeswhich ever entered Albany High School will be leaving when we graduate on May 22, 1952. We hope some of our good influence will still echo through the halls of A. H. S.
Suggestions in the Albany High School - Comet / Winnetkan Yearbook (Albany, WI) collection:
Are you trying to find old school friends, old classmates, fellow servicemen or shipmates? Do you want to see past girlfriends or boyfriends? Relive homecoming, prom, graduation, and other moments on campus captured in yearbook pictures. Revisit your fraternity or sorority and see familiar places. See members of old school clubs and relive old times. Start your search today!
Looking for old family members and relatives? Do you want to find pictures of parents or grandparents when they were in school? Want to find out what hairstyle was popular in the 1920s? E-Yearbook.com has a wealth of genealogy information spanning over a century for many schools with full text search. Use our online Genealogy Resource to uncover history quickly!
Are you planning a reunion and need assistance? E-Yearbook.com can help you with scanning and providing access to yearbook images for promotional materials and activities. We can provide you with an electronic version of your yearbook that can assist you with reunion planning. E-Yearbook.com will also publish the yearbook images online for people to share and enjoy.
Material on this website is protected by copyright laws of the United States and international treaties.
No protected images or material on this website may be copied or printed without express authorization.