School: Loyal H.S. (Badger State Reps – 1972)


Surnames: Teter, Dahlby, McNeely, Meyer, LaBarge

----Source: Tribune/Record/Gleaner (Loyal, Wis.) 30 Mar 1972

The Badger Boys' State and Badger Girls' State representatives have bee selected.

The two Badger Boys; State representatives are Allen, Teter, son of Mr. and Mrs. Herschel Teter, route 1, Owen (Clark Co., Wis.), and Thomas Dahlby, son of Mr. and Mrs. E. Lavern Dahlby, Loyal (Clark Co.)

During high school Allen Teter has participated in band, Spanish Club, Letterman's Club forensics, drama, basketball, cross country, and track. Allen was freshman class president. Allen is planning to attend the UW-Madison, where he hopes to study medicine.

Tom Dahlby has participated in band, drama, forensics, Letterman's Club, football and basketball. He is serving as junior class president. Tom is undecided about his future plans.

The delegate for Badger Girls' State for Loyal is Kathryn McNeely, route 1, Loyal

In high school, Kathryn has participated in band, forensics, FHS, Pep Band, Spanish Club and GAA. Kathryn is planning on going to college after high school, and possibly majoring in elementary education.

These delegates were selected by the teachers of Loyal High School.

The delegates have to be in the upper half of their class scholastically, and show leadership in high school and community activities.

The Badger Boys' State alternate is Robert Meyer, son of Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Meyer, and the Badger Girls' State alternate is Kathy LaBarge, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Raymond LaBarge.



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