Clear Lake High School - Echo Yearbook (Clear Lake, WI)

 - Class of 1951

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SOPHOMORE CLASS .4-4 B l. FIRST ROW V Shafer E Kuhn E Swanson J Budd D Lundberg D Olson J Klein N Ptt Grease N Vanderhoof G Larson M Peterson man D Moe E Banks FOURTH ROW H Water R Vanderhoof Mr Allen SECOND ROW M man R I-lumpal W Johnson D Seekrns N Ol Mitchell S Olson M Johnson S Clark H son J Barthman D Jones D Paulson D Ilan Monson B Newville B Paulson P Fox D Wien son k THIRD ROW J Campion L Emerson C We the sophomore class looking back to the beginning of our high school life feel that we have accomplished a great deal ln two years We began our freshman year under the guidance of our class advisor Mr Hoag and our class officers Donald Paulson President La Moyne Emerson vice president Bar bara Paulson secretary and John Campion treasurer On 1n1t1at1on day we were made to feel welcome by the sophomores In the evening we enjoyed a party in the gym followed by a green lunch in the Home Economics room We topped everything by winning first prize on our float Homecoming day Our greatest sense of achievement came the day we passed our exams and we were sophomores We sophomores came back to school eager to continue on our second year atC1ear Lake High School CLASS OFFICERS This year our capable advisor is Mr Allen and our Nell Donald Ml. Allen Shmey phylhs class officers are president Shirley Olson vlce pres ident Donald Paulson secretary Phyllis Fox and the treasurer Neil Olson 1 f 3, The mam event of the year was freshman initiation day The frosh came to school looking very gay in their green bows They felt honored to be able to bow down and carry our books for us 'lhat night in their honor we sponsored an allschool hay ride There was a big turnout with four wagons crowded with kids After the hayride everyone went to the M 8a M for refreshments However our years activitieshavehadtheir Black- er moments one of them being on Homecoming day when due to lack of time 'or preparation our float collapsedjust before parade time But setbacks or not ue of the sophomore class will keep up our determin- ed efforts to succeed in all we attempt to do

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JU IORS FIRST ROW I Ostenson D Tulgren E Knoll D Hansen J berg M Nelson P johnson Mr Engebretson C Thompson R Grossenbacher C Vanderhoot' R Klatt R Wren Wood T Olson B Rubrn D Bjorgum FOURTH Larson SECOND ROW I Hallen A Ohlrn A Kuhn E Gullrck ROW J Lucht E Frtedrrch P Wtllert A Nord son L Frank A Dado R Melby D Chrrstenson by D Beyl G Kennetz R Bltese G Heyer J L Hansen Paulson THIRD ROW J Moore D Stensvold K Freshmen In the fall of 1948 forty three freshmen started the1r hrgh school educatron at Clear Lake Inruatxon was the frrst hlghlrght of our socxal season How well we remember oddly dressed students runnlng around school and the odor of cheap perfume Q1n1t1at1on rrtualsj Alrce Nordby vsas our prrncess for Homecomlng the second hrghlrght of that year Class Offrcers were Advrsor Mrss Murrel Hanson Presxdent Charles Van Ruden Vrce Presxdent Harold Waterman Secretary Jean Oas Treasurer Ronald Melby In the Sophomore year torty srx students enrolled Turn about became farr play as we became the rnrtrators tnstead of the rmtrated ata specral party for the event Ioan Davrd Andy Mr Larson Ar 'SN Lucht rergned as our prrucess at the homecomrng fest1v1t1es Class Offrcers were Adv1sor Mr Clay ton Peterson Presrdent Joan Lucht Vrce Presldent B111 Rubrn Secretary Eleanore Frrederrck Treasurer Jean Oas Jumor On August 28 1950 school opened wrth forty anxtous Junrors There were sew eral bxg events thrs year Homecomrng wasthe frrst one w1th June Paulson as our attendant November I4 brought the long avsarted ar r1val of our class rtngs January I2 was another bxg day we put on the three act play Bolts and Nuts whrch was a brg success The Junror Prom and the Jumor Sentor banquet were also sponsored Class Offlcers Adv1sor Mr James Larson Presrdent Arthur Kuhn V1ce Presrdent Andrew Dado Secretary and Treasurer Davrd Beyl 'lt 5 J jf ii? 5 Q 1 1 , . , . , . , . I v - v - p . , - . ' I Q y n ' 1 a ' Q : ' ' ' I I I 0 . n e ' 1 n n n p o Q Q I v , Y ' ' I l . . . . .- f . V . . V Q . 1 n . 1 ,fs-. ' , 7 - H . X ' v ' -



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FRESHMAN Wx' FIRST ROW L Anderson M Anderson L Lucht N Rosen J Walsh C Kuhl S Swager R Seekrns J Ghboff M Moore P Moore B Austrnson Mr Hoag SEC OND ROW R Walberg J Titel D Chrrstenson W Waterman S Eggerr L Ham melman J Orner I Thompson D Iverson J Stowers C Daniels B Peterson THIRD ROW D Minor R. Thomas P Lind J Holliday B Rubin E Osteuson E Frankson M Melby K Smith D Bhese J Fouks W Shane Last fall August Z8 forty nine pupils began their work as freshmen of Clear Lake High After the first few days their nerves stopped Jumping and once again breathing nor mally they settled down to the natural school routine A few days later they organized their class with Mr Hoag as class advisor The following were elected as officers for the year President Lois Anderson Vice President Bob Rubin Secretary, Kirt Smith Treasurer, Morton Melby Lois Lucht was chosen as the class attendant for the Homecoming Queen Morton Kirr Mr Hoag Bob Lois The Freshman float won first prize in the parade The girls wore green ribbons in their hair and the boys wore green bow ties for initiation The Sophomores treated us with a hayride in the evening to which the entire student body was invited Many Freshman Joined in the fol- lowing outside activities: choir, band and athleticsg 2.6 joined the choir, and 7 are taking band lessonsg also five girls were chosen for majorettes. They are Mary Anderson, Lois Lucht, Shirley Swagger, Louella Hammelman, and Nancy Rosen. Nancy is also a cheerleader for the B team.

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