Clear Lake High School - Echo Yearbook (Clear Lake, WI)
- Class of 1953
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Text from Pages 1 - 78 of the 1953 volume:
CLEAR LAKE HIGH SCHOOL
Clear Lake, Wisconsin
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FIRST ROW: D. Moe,W. Johnson,J. Barthman,Mr. Larson,P. Fox, S. Olson, J. Campion, E. Kuhn. SECOND ROW
G. Larson, M. Peterson, E. Banks, N. Olson, D. Hanson, D. Paulson, L. Emerson, D. Lundberg. THIRD ROW: E
Swanson, H. Monson, B. Newville, S. Clark, M. Mitchell, D. Olson, B. Paulson, D. Hunziker.
ANNUAL STAFF AT WORK
STANDING: Mr. Larson, Bill, Jerry, Phyllis. SITTING: John, Shirley.
On May Z9 1963 Donald Paulson a world famous artist suddenly got a
brain storm He decided to go back to his home town of Clear Lake and paint
a lake scene His wife Nee Phyllis Fox decided to come along to see her old
friends and lend him inspiration Upon arriving at Clear Lake they found
that the population and industry had grown tremendously They decided to stay
at the Lake View Resort They went to the office to make reservations and
to their surprise they recognized the familiar face of Dale Hanson who was
the owner They started talking about hlgh school memories and decided to
have a class reunion Dale phoned the Clear Lake Information Bureau and
Bertie Bulman the operator answered the phone He told her of their plan
She said she had the names of fellow classmen who worked in Clear Lake and
she could also gain access to information on those in different parts of the
United States Dale had his secretary notify all of those living in Clear Lake
and she sent out invitations to those in the various parts of the United States
D1ck Moe was informed to bring as many as possible to the reunion inhis
private plane After receiving this information Bertie told us of the various
occupations our classmates had Dick Moe pilot for North Western Airlines
LaMoyne Emerson his able assistant Sylvia Clark a stewardess on his plane
Erland Banks an All American Football Player Jerry Barthman a famous
coach for the Harlen Globetrotters Margaret Lange owner of a large dude
ranch in Montana General David Olson of the Un1ted States Navy John Campion
Those working in the Clear Lake College are Donna Mae Olson twirlmg
instructor Margie Peterson instructor of Mus1c Barbara Paulson elemen
taryteacher instructor and Shirley Olson private secretary to the president of
Phyllis Don and Dale were astonished to note the many successful farmers
of our 1953 class Norval Pittman owner of the Sunnybrook Dairy Farm
Donald Jones owner of a large beef cattle farm and Dennis Seekins owner of
a four hundred acre farm east of Clear Lake
The remaining members are Neil Olson chiropractor in Clear Lake
Helen Netta owner and instructor of the Monson Dancing School Barbara
Newvllle a psychiatric nurse Mary Mitchell a registerednurse Dennis Lund
berg a surgical doctor Mrs Dick Abbott fNee Maxine Johnson private sec
retary for her husband who is the owner of a large clothing industry Janet
Graese an accountant at the Clear Lake National Bank Rosie Vanderhoof and
her husband are operators of a large roller rink and Natalie Vanderhoof is a
model Last but not least Mrs S11m Berends Nee Evie Swanson and Mrs
LeRoy Graese Nee Vivian Shafer have chosen marriage as their career
On June Z0 we all gathered under the trees at Lake View Resort to renew
old friendships and make many new acquaintances To climax the day we de
cided to have pictures taken by a photographer in the group none other than
Bill Johnson who has a very prosperous studio of his own The entire class of
1953 had a wonderful time at their first reunion
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a Hollywood actorg Donna Hunziker, a nurse in a Veterans' Hospital in Miami:
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We the Senror Class of Clear Lake Hrgh School berng of sound mrnd memory and understandrng do
make and publrsh one last w1ll and testament whrle we have the strength and capacrty to do so and here
by revoke and make V01d all former WIIIS
We w1ll dxspose of our estates rn the followrng manners
Erland Banks wrll my extreme herght to LaVerne Grlbertson
Jerry Barthman wrll my athletrc ab1l1ty to Patty Moore
Bertre Bulman w1ll my nrckname Pork Chops to Nrles Ellrngson
John Campron wrll my red harr to lrvrn Yelle
Sylv1a Clark w1ll my long black harr to Ray Grossenbacher
LaMoyne Emerson wrll my ever ready smtle to Shrrley Swager
Phyllrs Fox wrll my good grades rn Shorthand to Wayne Kaczmarskr
Janet Graese w1ll my abrlrty to get along wrth teachers to Ernest Ostenson
Dale Hansen w1ll my abrlrty to be at ease rn front of huge groups to Morton Melby
R1chard Humpal wrll my gas brlls to Charles Danrels
Donna Hunzrker will my nrckname Lard to Allen Gullxckson
Maxrne Johnson wrll my weekends rn the crty to Dale Blrese
B111 Johnson w1ll my ab111ty to stay home mghts to Carol Kuhl
Donald Jones w11l my managers Job to Darrel Lern
Elarne Kuhn w1ll my blonde harr to Waneta Waterman
Margaret Lange wrll my abrlrty to read well to Lots Anderson
Glorrs Larson wrll my quret ways to Louella Hammelman
Dennrs Lundberg wrll my abxlrty to be seen and not heard to Ted Putman
Mary Mrtchell wrll my love for good trmes to Rrchard Wallberg
Drck Moe wrll my car to Mary Moore rf she s wrllrng to take rt off my hands
Helen Netta Monson wrll my dancrng abrlrty to Jeanene Orner
Barbara Newvrlle wrll my mall carryrng Job to Kenneth Wrtthoft
Davrd Olson wrll my frrendly manners to Robert Thomas
Donna Mae Olson w1ll my grggles to Dona ld Lark
Nell Olson wrll my freckles to LOIS Lucht
Shrrley Olson wrll my place rn the German Band to Eugene Frankson
Barbara Paulson will my p1ano accompanrment to Jerry Hollrday
Donald Paulson w1ll my quret strength to Nancy Wurtmger
Marjorre Peterson wrll my love for Phy Ed to Sylvra Eggert
Norval Prttman w1ll my curly harr to Bob Rubrn
Dennrs Seekms wrll my perfect attendence record to Krrt Smrth
Vxvran Shafer will my hot lunch Job to Donald Chnstenson
Evelyn Swanson wrll my trmes rn New Rlchmond to Morris Ohltn
Natalre Vanderhoof wrll my cheerleadrng Job to Beverly Austrnson
Rose Mary Vanderhoof wrll my hab1t of wearxng Jeans to Ilene Thompson
Dorrs Wlenke w1ll my blushes to Mary Anderson
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FIRST ROW: W, Karzmarski, C, Daniel, M. Moore, L, Anderson, W. Waterman, C. Kuhl, B. Austinson, L. Lucht
M. Anderson,N, Wurtinger,S. Swager, SECOND ROW: Mr. Allen, E. Frankson, L. Hammelman, J. Orner, E Aus
tinson, D. Lark, K. Smith, B. Rubin, P. Moore, I. Thompson, S. Eggert, Mr. Grilley. THIRD ROW: R. Wallberg
M. Melby, N. Ellingson, K. Witthoft, I. Yclle, M. Ohlin, A. Gnllickson, L. Gilbertson, J. Holliday, R. Grossen
backer, T. Pittman, D. Bliese, R. Thomas.
JUNIOR CLASS OFFICERS
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STANDING: Mr.Grilley,Mr. Allen.SITTING: Bobby,
Kirt, Lois, Ilene,
Bev., Carol, Wanetta, Jeannene, Ilene, Mary
FIRST ROW: C. Hemauer. O. Bulman, M. Smith, J. Steinberger, M. Hiama, M. Gleboff, M. Edwards, S, Edwards,
O. Emerson, B. Peterson. J. Olson, Y. Gilbertson, S. Lillie. SECOND ROW: Mr. Gorr, S. Swanson, S. Paulson, J.
Paulson, I. Gleboff, R, Hawkins, G. Martin, M. Hansen, M. Klatt, B. Witthoft, L. Nelson, P. Strief, R. Frank, D.
Paulson, R,Christenson, M.Fouks, M.Frohreich, Mr.Payne. THIRD ROW: W.Kuhn, J.l-leyer, A. Wienke, L. Wall-
berg. H. Iosephson, M.Hahn, M. Schustedt, M. Newville, F, Leisz, E. DeBoer, M. Newville, P. Lange, G, Pittman,
W. Klart. J. Rivard, M. Hansen, R. Schulze.
SOPHOMORE CLASS FLOAT
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Rosie, Mary Ann, Mildred, Margaret.
SITTING: Marlin, Allen, Jim, Shirley. STANDING:
Mr. Gorr, Mr. Payne.
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FIRST ROW: Mr. Hoag, F. Hansen. B. Lillie, E. Iunkans. C. Rothe, P. Olson, G. Rubin, W. Moore, L. Daniel, G.
Dado. Mr. Obst. SECOND ROW: C. Knoll. M. Flanum, J. Madden, E, Olson, L. Lark, C. Kuhn, D. Moore, K. Fox,
L. Breeden, M. Christensen. THIRD ROW: L. Semph, H. Hansen, D. Ohlin. C. Paulson, A. Yaeger, E. Schuna, M
Krebbs, G. Waterman, A. Peirson. L. Pittman, M. Knutson.
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Cordelia, Geralyn. Carol, Bev., Lois, Ethel.
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SITTING: Patsy, Carol, Geralyn. Jack. STANDING:
Mr. Hoag, Mr. Obst.
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FIRST ROW: C. Hemauer. C. Knoll, C. Rothe. L. Daniel, N. Vanderhoof, L. Lucht, R. Vanderhoof, M. Anderson
N. Wurtinger, E. Iunkans. B. Lillie, S. Lillie. SECOND ROW: M. Christensen. L. Anderson, S. Swagger, W. Water-
man, B. Austinson. M. Smith, E. Olson, Y. Gilbertson, J. Olson, M. Fouks, M. Moore. G. Larson, E. Kuhn, Mrs.
Porter. THIRD ROW: S. Edwards, K, Fox, C: Kuhn, S. Paulson, M. Edwards, J. Paulson, G. Martin, P. Fox, P.
Olson, M. Knutson, M. Johnson, B. Paulson, S. Olson, M. Hiama, M. Frohreich, S. Swanson, I. Rubin, O. Emerson,
M. Gleboff. FOURTH ROW: C. Kuhn, A. Peirson, D. Olson, H. Monson, I. Thompson, S. Clark, R. Frank, L.
Hammelman, M. Hansen, M. Krebs, M. Hansen, J. Orner, P. Moore, B. Newville,J. Graese, L. Semph, M. Mitchell,
S. Eggert, D. Wienke.
F. H. A. OFFICERS
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Ann, Marcia, Marlene, Carol, Elsie, Patty, Sylvia.
SITTING: Mary, Ilene, Mrs. Porter, Helen Netia.
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FIRST ROW: F. Hanson, J. Madden, C. Daniel, W. Moore, D. Moore, L. Pittman, D. Paulson, W. Karzmarski, J.
Campion, R, Wallberg, E. Frankson, R. Christenson, L. Breeden, R. Peterson, J. Steinberger, G. Dado. SECOND
ROW: K. Smith, H. Hanson, P. Strief, C. Paulson, W. Klatt, L. Wallberg, L. Nelson, R. Rivard, M. Melby, R.
Thomas, W, Kuhn, G. Waterman, R. Schulze, A. Wienke, R. Hawkins, L. Emerson, Mr. Linster. THIRD ROW: B.
Johnson, D. Hanson, D. Jones, P. Newville, L. Gilbertson, R. Grossenbacker, M. Hahn, N. Pittman, G. Pittman, D.
Bliese, H. Josephson.
F. F. A. OFFICERS
Eugene and Fred.
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STANDINGg Norval, Dick, Bob, Morton, and Allen.
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FIRST ROW: M. Moore, I. Mayala, G. Larson, L. Anderson, S. Swager, I. Thompson, S. Olson, Mr. Payne, P. Fox
Kirt Smith, B. Austinson, E. Kuhn, G. Rubin, K. Fox. SECOND ROW: N. Wurtinger, D. Hunziker, E. Swanson, B
Paulson, L. Hammelman, P. Strief, I. Orner, B. Newville, D. Wienke, P. Moore, R. Moe. I. Gleboff, P. Olson, I
Paulson, S. Paulson, S. Swanson, M. Anderson, C. Kuhn, E. Olson. THIRD ROW: S. Lillie, I. Olson, B. Lillie, S
Clark, M. Mitchell, D. Olson, H. Monson, W. Johnson, J. Barthman. N, Pittman, D. Paulson, R. Rubin, E. Banks, L
Lucht, R. Vanderhoof, N. Vanderhoof.
Mary Lou McLean, Barbara Fox.
SITTING: Ilene, Phyllis, Shirley, Kirt. STANDING:
FIRST ROW: B. Lillie, C. Rothe, S. Lillie, J. Olson, L. Luchr, R.Vanderhoof, N. Vanderhoof, N. Wurtinger, L
Daniel. SECOND ROW: C. Knoll, M. Smith, E. Olson, L. Anderson, M. Peterson, E. Swanson, M. Froherick, G
Rubin, K. Fox, M. Anderson, Mr. Gorr. THIRD ROW: C. Kuhn, D. Hunziker, S. Paulson, D. Wienke, D. Olson, P
Olson, I-I. Monson. G. Martin, S. Swager, O. Emerson.
PEP CLUB FLOAT
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Margaret, Sylvia. Marlene, Donna, Shirley.
SITTING: Shirley, Helen, Lois, Doris. STANDING:
Shirley June Rosre Natahe Lors Shrrley Karen Bev Cordeha
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FIRST ROW: J. Christensen R Wittstock J. Shane D Clemens D Locke L Anderson SECOND
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H. T omas D. Shuna G Danrels G Kuhn M Chrrstenson G. Ausunson R. Swanson
Mr. Amundson. fMissing--D. Klattj
FIRST ROW: L. Hammelman, L. Lucht, M. Anderson, S. Swager. SECOND ROW: L. Daniel, H. Monson, N. Ol-
son, P. Fox, J. Gleboff, S. Swanson, J. Olson, R. Kuhn, G. Larson, B. Paulson, M. Hanson, N. Wurtinger, Y. Gil-
berrson, N. Ellin son SECOND ROW- Mr. Allen J Paulson M.Ohlin S Paulson O. Emerson C Preibe K
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Fox, P. Olson, L. Lark, P. White, G. Rubin, I. Yelle, C. Kuhn, D. Ohlin, D. Lundberg, F. Leisz, A. Gullickson,
M. Mitchell, M. Peterson, D. Olson. THIRD ROW: I. Madden, P. Strief, R. Witthoft, D. Paulson, M. Haima, J.
Mayala, P. Witthoft, R. Schulze, E. Hemauer, J. Steinberger, G. Leneslink, B. Lillie, E. Swanson, S. Olson, C.
Beyl, T. Pittman, M. Schustedt, R. Rivard, H. Hansen, G. Dado.
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Louella, Donna Mae.
SITTING: Jim, Joanne, Shirley. STANDING: Paul, Mr.
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FIRST ROW: Neil, Eddie, Irvin, Jackie, Niles, SECOND ROW: Mr. Allen, Morris, Miles, Jack, Helen Netra, Bar-
bara, Shirl, Phyl, and Margie.
BAND GRADUATES SAXOPHONE QUARTET
FIRST ROW: Helen, Mary, Donna, Margie, Phyl. Niles, Yvonne, Margie, Barbara.
SECOND ROW: Dennis, Neil, Gloris, Shirl, Evie,
Mr. Allen, Morris, Neil, Helen, Phyl.
FIRST ROW- C. Knoll, Y Gilbertson M. Moore K Fox B. Lillie N Wurtin er M. Anderson N Vanderhoof
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E. Olson, E. Kuhn, G. Larson, G. Rubin, S. Swager. SECOND ROW: Mr. Allen, D. Wienke, S. Edwards, B. Austin-
son, M. Fouks, D. Hunziker, E. Swanson, O. Emerson, H. Monson, L. Semph, S. Clark, R. Frank, A, Pierson, P.
Moore,J. Orner,L. Hammelman, M. Johnson, M. Krebs, E, De Boer, F. Leize. THIRD ROW: G. Dado, J. Madden
J. Steinberger,J. Mayala,R. Peterson, E. Hemauer, E. Banks, J. Campion, L. Lark, H. Hanson, D. Ohlin, R. Rubin
D. Paulson, W. Kuhn, K. Smith, N. Ellingson, R. Schulze, I. Yelle, J. Holiday, M. Schuscdt.
Again this year, Clear Lake Higgi School can boast ofa large chorus. The ll0 students, who chose to take
part in vocal activities this year, ave proven to themselves that with co-operation and hard work even a
group this size can compare favorably with other mixed choruses in this area.
Those who sang in the chorus this year will remember some of the following performances as highlights
of the year's activities:
Annual Christmas Concert December 18
Ninth Annual Vocal Clinic at Balsam Lake April 10
Annual Spring Festival at Rice Lake April 18
Annual Spring Concert May 8
Baccalaureate Service May 24
This year for the first time the group entered in Class B competition at the Rice Lake festival. From the
chorus, I9 vocalists took part in solo and ensemble singing to broaden their high school vocal experience.
A new and different group of singers, a madrigal group, was formed this year, It consists of 12 singers, 8
girls and 4 boys. The group takes its name from the type of music it sings, a Madrigal being a l2th century
social type of song that was used in England for evening gatherings in e home. It is hoped that the group
will reorganize again next year so that more can be accomplished.
CAD ET BAND ACTIVITIES
The Cadet Band serves the beginning and intermediate instrumental music students as a training group
prior to membership in the Senior Band. Although this group is not formed primarily for playing at public
affairs, it has made three public performances.
Concert for Band Mother 's Club January 28
Grade School Spring Concert May 11
Eighth Grade Graduation May 28
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JANITORS: Otto Danielson Qleftj
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SITTING BaLbara Janet Donald Dale STANDING Mr Larson Mr Lundberg
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1,25 Crier 45 FFA 1,2,3,
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Baseball 2,45 Annual Staff
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3,45 Football Captain 45 Baseball
1,2,3,45 C Club 2,3,45 C Club v.
Pres. 45 C Club Sec.-Treas. 35
Annual Staff 45 Chorus 1,2,3,45
Pep Club 15 Crier 1,2,45 Library
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Class Play 35 Annual Staff45 Cho-
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Annual Staff 43 Chorus 2,
3,4Q Pep Club 33 Crier 1,
2,3,43 Crier Co-editor 3,4:
Junior Class Play 33 Class
Secretary 23 Band 1,2,3,43
FHA 1,2,3,43 FHA Historian
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Council 23 Prom Queen 3.
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Chorus 3,43 Pep Club 2,33
Class Play 33 FFA 1,2,3,43
FFA Sentinel 43 Forensics
"Always cheerful and kind, she's
the girl we like to find."
Annual .staff 43 Chorus 2,33 Pep
Club 3,43 Crier 3,43 Library 1,2,
3g Class Secretary 43 FHA 1,3,43
Girls' Glee Club 3.
"She needs no introduction3 she
speaks for herself."
Annual Staff 43 Chorus 2,3,43 Pep
Club 1,2,3,43 Crier Staff 1,2,3,43
FHA 1,2,33 Forensics 3,4Q Class
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Basketball 1,2333 Football
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43 Annual Staff 43 Chorus
2,3,43 Class President 3,45
FFA l,2,3,43 FFA Vice Pres.
3,41 Student Council 33
Prom King 3.
"Quietly she comes and
Chorus 3,43 Pep Club 23
"Never says too much nor
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Secretary 33 Band 3: Band
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"Quiet, unassuming and there "Still waters run deep."
when needed." Basketball 2,3,4g Football
Annual Staff 4g Chorus 2,3,4g Pep 3g Band l,2,3,4g C Club 3,
Club 2,35 Crier 2,3,4g Library 2, 4g Annual Staff 4g German
Band 2,3,4g Band Secretary 35 FHA Band 2,
l,2,3g FHA Reporter 3.
"I can not think of two
things at once, I think of
him and let my studies go."
Annual Staff 4, Chorus 2,3,
4, Pep Club l,2,3,4g Pep
Club Pres. 2,3g Crier l,2,3,
4g,Band 2,3,4g FHA l,2,3,4g
FHA Reporter 4, Forensics
3, B Team Cheerleader 2.
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"There's a little bit of bad in
every ood little boy."
FFA 153, FFA Basketball l,2,3g
Manager, Football 4, Manager,
BB 4, Baseball l,2,3,4g C clu 3,
4g Annual Staff 4g Pep Club 1,25
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Bashful and shy--Oh what
Annual Staff 4, Chorus l,2,
3,45 Pep Club l,2,4g Pep
Club Pres. 4, Crier l,2,3,4g
Class Play 35 Band l,2,3,4g
Band Librarian 2,3g FHA l,
2,3,4g FHA Secretary 4,
Forensics 3,43 German Band
2,3,4g Triple Trio l,2,3,4g
"Always smiling, always
gray, nature made her just
t at way."
Annual Staff 45 Chorus 3,4g
Crier 2,35 Librarian l,2,3:
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"A guy with aheart and a smile."
DONNA MAE OLSON
"She's here--I heard her
Annual Staff 4, Chorus 2,3,
4, Pep Club l,2,3,4g Crier
l,2,3,4g Library 2, FHA 1,2,
3,4g B TeamfCheerleader
2, Majorette l,2,3g Drum
"Girls are bothersome but
I like to be bothered."
Basketball 2,35 Football 25
C Club 3,45 Annual Staff
45 Chorus 2,3,45 Class
Treasurer 25 Band 2,3,45
German Band 45 Student
"He's a quiet man, but
quite a man."
Basketball 1,25 Football 1,
3,45 CClub 3,45 Annual
Staff 45 Chorus 1,2,3,45
Pep Club 15 Crier 1,2,3,45
Class Play 35 Class Pres-
ident 15 Class Vice Pres.
2,45 FFA 1,2,35 FFA Quartet
25 Prom Attendant 3.
"ln knowledge she heads the list,
she has the brains the others miss-
AnnualStaff 45 Chorus 2,3,45 Pep
Glub 1,35 Crier 1,2,3,45 CrierCo-
editor 3,45 Class Play 35 Class
President 25 Band 1,2,3,45 Band
Treasurer 45 FHA 1,2,3,45 FHA
President 35 Forensics 2,35 Ger-
man Band 2,3,45 Student Council
"Behavior is a mirror in
which she shows her im-
Annual staff 45 Pianist 2,
3,45 Crier 2,45 Class Sec-
retary l5Class Treasurer 45
Band l,2,3,45 Band Presi-
dent 35 Band Vice Pres. 25
FHA l,2,3,45 Forensics 2,35
German Band 2,3,45 Triple
Life is short5 I'm here to enjoy
Annual Staff 45 Chorus 2,3,45 Pep
Club 1,2,3,45 Pep Club Secretary
25 Crier 1,2,3,45 Band 1,2,3,45
Band Vice Pres. 25 Ass't. Music Dir.
3,45 FHA 1,2,3,45 Forensics 3,45
German Band 2,3,45 Triple Trio
2,3,45 B Team Cheerleader 2.
"Don't tell anyone, butl do
know how to study."
Football3,45 Chorus 2,3,45
Class Reporter 35 FFA 1,2,
3,45 FFA Reporter 4.
"Never says much. Never
gets in dutch."
Annual Staff 4.
"l've always liked school, espec-
ially the vacation part of it."
Annual Staff 45 Chorus 2,35 Pep
Club 35 Crier 2,3545 Library 2,35
"Life without laughter is a
Chorus 2,3,4g Pep Club 1,
2,3,45 Pep Club Treasurer
25 Pep Club President 35
Crier 1,3,45 Band 2,35 Class
Play 35 Class Treasurer 35
FHA 1,2,45 Triple Trio 3,45
Prom Queen 25 Cheerlead-
"I'd like to be bashful but the boys
won't let me."
Annua1Staff 45 Chorus l,2,45 Pep
Club 1,2,3,45 Crier l,2,45 Library
2,35 Band 1,2,35 FHA 1,2,3,45
FHA Vice President 45 Forensics
25 Cheerleader 1,2,3,4.
"Play and I'll play with
you, work and you work
AnnualStaff 45 Chorus 2,3,
45 Pep Club 1,2,3,45 Crier
2,3,4g Band 1,2,3,4, FHA
1,2,3,45 Triple Trio 3,45
B Team Cheerleader 2.
'She may seem a quiet lass
but wait till you see her out
AnnualStaff45 Chorus 2,3,
45 PepClub 2,45 Pep Club
Treasurer 45 Crier 45 Li-
brary 1,2,3, FHA 1,3,45
Homecoming Queen 4.
Cn September7 1949 forty of us eager green freshmen started our career
1n h1gh school We thought that be1ng1n1t1ated by the sophomores was the most
thr1ll1ng event 1n our freshman year Of course we were happy too to w1n
f1rst place ln the homecommg parade We were led by our adv1sor Mr Hoag
and the follow1ng class off1cers Pres1dent Donald Paulson V1ce Pres1dent
LaMoyne Emerson Secretary Barbara Paulson Treasurer John Camplon
On August 28 1950 th1rty f1ve stud1ous members of our class returned to
school as sophomores The b1g event of th1s year was 1n1t1at1ng the freshmen
Class off1cers for our second year 1n h1gh school were Adv1sor Mr Allen
Pres1dent Sh1rley Olson V1ce Pres1dent Donald Paulson Secretary Phyll1s
Fox Treasurer Ne1l Olson
Th1rty four of us reported back for duty 1n September of 1952 The out
Off1cers for th1s year were Adv1sors Mr Gr1l1ey and Mr Allen Pres1dent
Dale Hanson V1ce Pres1dent W1ll1am Johnson Secretary Ela1ne Kuhn Treas
urer Natal1e Vanderhoof
We are nowagroup of thrrty s1x students who have completed our last year
1D h1gh school Th1s was the most 1mportant and bus1est year We remember
many 1mportant events such s publ1cat1on of our annual class p1ctures
class play and most 1mportant of all graduat1on Class off1cers for our sen
1or year were Adv1sors Mr Larson and Mr Lundberg Pres1dent Dale
Hanson V1ce Pres1dent Donald Paulson Secretary Janet Graese Treasurer
I 3 YEAR STUDENTS
STANDING Shirley, John, Jerry, Dale, and Phylhs. SITTING: Ev Phylhs, Marjone, Helen Netra,
elyn, Helen Netra, Marjone, and Elame. and Shirley.
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FIRST ROW: M.Hanson, M. Hanson, M. Knutson, B. Newville, D. Olson, M. Mitchell, S. Eggert, I. Thompson, C.
Kuhl, M. Edwards, P. Fox, S. Olson, G. Martin, J. Paulson. SECOND ROW: R. Witthoft, K. Witthoft, P. Olson, W.
Waterman, M. Haima, S. Paulson, S. Swanson, L. Lucht, M. Christenson, C. Kuhn, M. Frohreich, J. Olson, M.
Peterson, L. Anderson, M. Smith, R. Vanderhoof, C. Rothe, L. Daniel, E. Junkans, S. Lillie, B. Paulson. THIRD
ROW: A. Gullickson, M. Ohlin, R. l-Iumpal, L. Gilbertson, I. Barthman, N. Olson, W. Johnson, D. Paulson, L.
Emerson,R.Thomas, M. Newville, E. Schuno, M. Klatt, D. Jones, N. Pittman, D. Hanson, A. Wienke, C. Paulson,
BA D HIGHLIGHT
The High School Band, in their sharp looking new uniforms, has made great progress. The band, composed
of sixty-three players, can be complimented on the fine esprit de corps shown by the entire group. After a
summer ofactivity in the form of outdoor concerts and parades, the band began last fall by performing at the
home football games. They were kept busy by a year of many and varied performances in concertg yet they
have been preparing in rehearsals for high goals so they may move up a bracket in festival playing. The
band is entering in Class B this year at the Rice Lake Festival.
An award system for students taking part in band work was placed in effect this year togive recognition
to students who, after having completed four semesters of band with a grade of B or above will be given a
lyre type letter. Since this is the first year the plan has been in effect thirty letters were awarded.
The band's calendar of events for the year follows:
Football Show September 19
Football Show 0CIOber 3
Homecoming Show and Parade October 17
Talent Show 0CIObCr 28
Armistice Day Program N0VClTlb61' 11
Milltown Clinic February 6
Radio Broadcast-Stillwater WHSB February 15
Spring Festival fRice Lakej May 2
Spring Concert April 22
Memorial Day MBV 30
Clear Lake Fair fParadej August 13
The Seniors leaving the band this year will be sorely missed. This large number to leave the Band will
leave vacancies in next year's instrumentation that will be difficult to fill, To this group of loyal bandsmen,
those of us who will be here next year promise to do our best to continue in our progress which these people
have so sincerely helped us with. Best wishes from all of us.
FIRST ROW P Srrerf M Chrrsrenson l Thompson N Vanderhoof I
Gleboff R Vanderhoof N Wurtrnger M Smrth Mr Obsr SECOND
ROW C Knoll J Olson S Olson D Hunzrker H Monson P Fox C
Kuhn S Paulson S Swanson I Paulson
LUNCH LINE MUSIC THEORY
LEFT TO RILHT Sylvra Paul Mrs Hrdllchka LaVerne Barbara Morrrs lrvrn Allen Margorre Nrles
Louella Herb Paul
LIBRARIANS FHA DEMONSTRATION
LEFT TO RIGHT Mr Obst Karen neue shrrrey 1
Jerry Marlene Helen Rosle
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FRONT ROW: R, Thomas,J.G1eboff, L. Emerson, K. Smith, R. Moe, R. Wallberg, R. Rubin, E, Banks, D. Lundberg
SECOND ROW: Mr. Grilley, T. Pittman, D. Bliese, A. Wienke, W. Klatt, L. Wallberg, M. Melby, D. Hanson, Mr
Bemardy. THIRD ROW: D. Jones, D. Paulson, N. Olson, L. Gilbertson, R. Grossenbacker, M. Klart, J. Barthman
W. Johnson, K. Witthoft.
C CLUB FLOAT
C CLUB OFFICERS
Jerry, LaVerne, Bob, Mr. Bernardy.
FIRST ROW: R. Thomas, K. Smith, D. Paulson, L. Gilbertson, J. Barthman, R. Grossenbacker, W. Shane, K. Witt-
hoff, D. Bliese, M. Melby, B. Rubin, E. Banks, D. Moe. SECOND ROW: Mr. Grilley, R. Rivard, J. Gleboff, D
Christenson, T. Pittman, W. Klatt, M. Klatt, A. Wienke, W. Johnson, N. Pittman, R. Wallberg, L. Emerson, Mr
Bernardy. THIRD ROW: N. Ellingson, L. Titel, E. l-lemauer, D. Jones, J. Holliday, L. Nelson, W. Kaczmarski, L
Wallberg, M. Newville, C. Paulson, G. Waterman. W. Moore. D. Moore.
The Clear Lake Warriors opened the 19.53 season by dropping a heart-breaking 6 to 4 contest to a stubborn
Weyerhauser team. Weyerhauser scored the only touchdown of the game while the Warriors were only able
to rack up 4 points as they tackled two opposing ball carriers in their own end zone.
The Clear Lake Warriors came back from their defeat at the hands of Weyerhauser to tie an unusually pow-
erful Shell Lake outfit 13 to 13.
Then the Warriors journeyed up to New Auburn and finally came to life and defeated the home team 31
The Warriors returned home and the following week they squeezed out a 7-6 win over a stubborn Chetek
team. The Warrior offense gained at will, but was halted when it got deep in Bulldog territory.
The following week the Warriors played a game which was, perhaps, their finest game of the season, as
they defeated the previously unbeaten Bruce. The final score was 21-6.
The Warriors then lost their homecoming tilt to the conference leader, Turtle Lake. The Warrior attack
was not clicking as the stubborn Turtle defense held tough. Their potent offense, couldn't be checked by
the Warriors that afternoon. The final score was 25 to 6.
The nextweek the Warriors traveled to Prairie Farm and barely came out on the long end of a 26-21 score.
lt was a tightly fought game and the Warrior offensive and defensive units were both ragged.
The Warriors closed out their season by dropping a nonconference tilt to a visiting outfit from Boyceville.
The final score read 13 to 7. Severly hurting the Warrior attack was poor blocking which resulted in two
blocked kicks which led to both of Boycevil1e's touchdowns.
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FIRST ROW: K. Smith, Mr. Bernardy, D. Moe. SECOND ROW: E. Banks, D. Lundberg, L, Wallberg, M, Klart, J
Barrhman, L. Gilbertson, A. Wienke, R. Wallberg, B. Rubin, J. Gleboff.
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FIRST ROW: W. Moore, J. Madden, L. Lark, D. Moore, D. Ohlin. SECOND ROW: Mr, Grilley, C. Paulson, R
Witrhoff, F. Liesz, E. Schuna, W. Klart, M.Newvi11e.
FROM RICH TO LA VERN TO JERRY
I952 53 BASKETBALL RECORD
Clear Lake 72 Clayton
Clear Lake 45 Balsam Lake
Clear Lake 74 Luck
Clear Lake 49 Turtle Lake
Clear Lake 39 Blgomef '76
Clear Lake 2 R1b Lake 49
The Clear Lake Warr1ors opened the 1952 53 Basketball season m1nus
three of last years regulars J1m Hallen B111 Rubln and Eugene Gulhckson
Yet w1th f1ve return1ng lettermen headlng the team Coach Bernardy's basket
eers had one of the most successful seasons 1n Warr1or Basketball H1story as
Conference Co Champmons along w1th Turtle Lake D1str1ct Champ1ons and also
w1nn1ng consolat1on 1n the Sect1onal Tourney at Spooner
Two of last years squad members Dale Hanson and Ne1l Olson were greatly
m1ssed as both were forced to mlss the season because of 1llness but st11l the
Warr1ors had a great basketball season They coped a share of the conference
crown along w1th Turtle Lake by f1n1sh1ng the conference w1th a 6 2 record
Then they went up to the D1str1ct Tourney at M1lltown and came out of the fray
as D1str1ct Champ1ons as they edged Clayton mn the opener 73 to 72 1n a double
overt1me thr1ller Then 1n the f1nal round of the tourney they emerged v1ctor1ous
over a tough Luck team wh1ch had already beaten the Warr1ors tw1ce durmg the
regular season The score of that game was 74 68 It was the f1rst t1me smnce
1945 that a Clear Lake Basketball team has won a Conference Crown and the
f1rst t1me ever to w1n a D1str1ct Crown
Then the Warr1ors had to meet a tough Turtle Lake outf1t who were Co
Champlons of the Lakeland Conference along Wlth the Warr1ors to determme
who would galn the rxght to play 1n the Sect1onal Tourney at Spooner out of
wh1ch a team would enter the State Fmals at Mad1son The Warr1ors edged the
Turtles 1n a battle r1ght down to the fmal buzzer 49 46
In the f1rst game of the Sect1onal Tourney the Warr1ors met up w1th a
smooth balanced Bloomer outf1t and were defeated 76 39 Then 1n the consolat1on
round wh1ch pa1red R1b Lake agaxnst the Warr1ors the Warr1ors came out on
the long end of a 52 49 score In the champ1onsh1p round Super1or East used
1ts he1ght to advantage as they defeated a stubborn Bloomer f1ve and galned
the r1ght to play 1n the State Fmals at Madxson
The only graduatmg members of the squad th1s year are Jerry Barthman
Erland Banks and Denn1s Lundberg Although these fellows were key men 1D
the Warr1or attack the Warr1ors w1th seven returmng lettermen next year wxll
aga1n be a top contender for the conference crown Lots of luck next year
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R Wallberg Mr Bernardy BACK ROW D Jones J Gleboff B Rubm D Moe E Banks I Barthman B
Johnson L Wallberg M Melby
BA EBALL SEASON REVIE
The Warrlors opened thetr 1953 season wlth a practrce trlt wrth the Prarrre Farm Panthers on Monday
Aprrl 20 The Warrrors won 4 2 The frrst conference game w1th Clayton at Clear Lake May 1 was post
poned The Warrrors lost therr frrst conference game of the season played agarnst Prarrre Farm on the Pan
thers unfrmshed park lt was a scoreless game untrl the fourth rnnrng The frnal score was 3 1 On Frrday
May 8 the Warrrors came through wrth a 9 4 vrctory over Shell Lake at the local dramond Thrs was the
Warrrors frrst conference game w1n On Tuesday May 12 the Warrtors battled rn near bllzzard condltlons
for a 3 2 vrctory over Turtle Lake Thrs game was tred at the end of seven 1nn1ngs so an addrtronal rnnrng
was played The last conference baseball game of the season found the Clayton Bears meetrng the local
Warrrors here on Monday afternoon May 26 Clear Lake garned the vrctory w1th a '7 5 score The season s
record then showed 6 wrns and 1 loss
Thrs season the Warrrors entered the Wlsconsrn Interscholastrc Athletrc Assocratron Baseball Tournament
The DISIIICI Tournament srngle el1m1nat1on on May 18 at Barron found Clear Lake 'neetmg Barron In thrs
opener the Warrtor mne beat Barron 4 3 for a D1str1ct frnal berth On Saturday May 23 the WQIIIOIS netted
a 7 1 vrctory over Pra1r1e Farm s Panthers rn the D1str1ct Tournament fmals at Barron garmng the D1str1ct
Baseball Champ1onsh1p At Rtce Lake Wednesday June 3 the Warrlors lost the opemng semr frnal round of
the sectronal play as the strong Frederrc team scored a '7 1 vtctory over them Frederrc defeated Amery rn
the fmalplayoff, thus qualrfymg for the rrght to enter the State Champtonshrp rn whlch erght teams wrll par
All rn all, the Warrrors had a very successful baseball season, and we would ltke to wtsh them a season
Just as successful rn 1954
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FRONT ROW Donna l-lunz1ker John Camplon Donald
Paulson Helen Netta Monson BACK ROW DIICCIOI
Mr Hoag Phyl11sFox Jerry Barthman Natahe Vander
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Senxor Class Play 1953
THE CAMPBELLS ARE COMING
Donna Hunzlker Donna Mae Olson Rose Vanderhoof Erland Banks D1ck Moe John
Campxon Jerry Barthman Phyllxs Fox D1ck Humpal Shuley Olson Dlrector Mr Hoag
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THE FRESHMEN GENERAL SCIENCE CLASS
DRIVERS' TRAINING CLASS
ROYALTY Don D1ck1e Dale Phylhs Cherl and
The .Tumor Senxor Prom of 1952 was held on May 3 1n the gyrn
naslurn Dale Hanson and Phy111s Fox re1gned as K1ng and Queen Dor1s
W1enke and Don Paulson were the1r attendants Cherl Gr111ey and V1ctor
Bernardy Jr were the crown bearers
The gymnaslum was beaut1fu11y decorated to correspond w1th the
theme Stardust " The Grand March begmmng at 10 00 was the h1gh11ght
of the even1ng
Everyone present had a lovely t1me as they danced to the mus1c of
the Bob Bass Orchestra
Gymnaslum CROWN BEARERS Cherl and D1ck1e
CO VALEDICTORIANS AMERICAN LEGION AWARDS
LEFT TO RIGHT Phyllxs Fox Mr Lundberg fPr1n LEFT TO RICHT Lloyd Damelson fPresentor of
crpalj and Shuley Olson Awardsj Dale Hanson and Natahe Vanderhoof
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SECOND ROW Phyllxs Fox Shxrley Olson Barbara Paulson Elame Kuhn
Glorxs Larson B111 Johnson Dale Hanson 1anetGraese Sylvla Clark Helen
Netta Monson Margaret Lange Dorrs WICHRC FIRST ROW Rev Goetzc
Lloyd Damelson Dr Turck Mr Lundberg Lloyd Lmderson
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gift to the school.
LEFT: Graduates of 1953
LEFT: The 1953 Graduation class after receiving
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