School: NHS Class of 1958 (15 Year Reunion -
Contact: Dolores (Mohr) Kenyon
Surnames: Biggs, Ormond, Crockett, Asplin, Suckow, Burr, Dahlke, Yakesh, Berber, Hainz, Becker, Heidemann, Lee, Schiller, Belknap, Thompson, Yenni, Wendt, Dundas, Brown, Vittallo, Stockey, Kurasz, Murphy, Hagen, Dayton, Hrasky, Mabie, Kroll, Marden, Quast, Schultz, Ziegler, Strangfeld, Thompkins, Langreck, Tresemer, Staffon, Ulrich, Wendt, Wetzel, Wiesner, Ziegler
----Source: Clark County Press (Neillsville, Clark Co., WI) 9/06/1973
NHS Class of ’58 (15 Year Reunion - 1 September 1973)
The Neillsville High School class of 1958 met for its 15-year reunion Saturday evening at Bali Hai Supper Club. William (Bill) Biggs served as master of ceremonies and Theodore Ormond awarded prizes. The prize for coming the greatest distance went to Bruce Crockett, Palo Alto, Ca.
Class members present at the reunion were: Mrs. Addie Jean Asplin Suckow, Marquette, Mi.; William Biggs, Omaha, Neb.; Mrs. Dolores Burr Dahlke, Beaver Dam; Mrs. Donna Burr Yakesh, Bloomer; Bruce Crockett, Palo Alto, Ca.; Lowell Gerber, Rockford, Il.; Mrs. Marjorie Hainz Becker, Kenosha; Carolyn Heidemann, West Allis; Dr. Ell L. Lee, Green Bay; Theodore Ormond, Black River Falls; Mrs. Carol Schiller Belknap, Eau Claire; Phillip Thompson, Rockford, Il.; Larry and Nancy Yenni Wendt, Stoughton; Mrs. Jane Dundas Brown, Eau Claire; Mrs. Audrey Vittallo Stockey, Mequon; Mrs. Rosemary Kurasz Murphy, Greenwood;
Mrs. Sylvia Hagen Dayton, Frank Hrasky, Merlyn and Mary Jean Mabie Kroll, Jana Lee Marden, Richard Quast, Mrs. Shirley Schultz Ziegler, Byrl Strangfeld, Mrs. Patricia Thompkins Langreck, Mrs. Dorothy Tresemer Staffon, George Ulrich, Edris Wendt, Mrs. Florence Wetzel Wiesner and Wendell Ziegler.
And what are the ’58 graduates doing 15 years later?:
Seven of those at the reunion listed their occupations as house wife, and only one is a farmer. Two are registered nurses and three are involved in education-one as a student teacher, one as an assistant principal and one as a teacher.
Others pass their days at such positions as police officer, legal secretary, product control manager, shipping clerk, mail carrier, waitress and housewife, plant manager, insurance consultant, homemaker and part-time secretary, oral surgeon, attorney housewife and part-time librarian, salesman, electronics technician, printer, secretary, typist and barber.
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