School: Greenwood H.S. Names Scholars (Class of 1979)

Contact: Dolores (Mohr) Kenyon

Surnames: Seefeldt, Horn, Kaltinger, Wagner

----Source: Clark County Press (Neillsville, Clark Co., WI) 4/26/1979

Greenwood High School Names Scholars (Class of 1979)

The 1979 senior class leaders at the Greenwood Community High School have been named, according to a recent announcement by Charles Seefeldt, high school principal. They include Luann Horn, Karen Kaltinger and Michelle Wagner.

Luann Horn, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Horn, Rt. 3, Greenwood, is the valedictorian. Among her many extra-curricular activities, she has taken part in the Western Wisconsin and Upper Michigan Junior Science and Humanities Symposium, placing fifth with her studies. In May she will also be attending another symposium at West Point.

During her four years, Luann has served as a class officer, being president as a freshman and senior, secretary as a sophomore and treasurer as a junior. She has served on the student council and is a member of the National Honor Society, now the president.

Among other clubs, Luann has been active in the Pep Club, the Future Homemakers, the Drama Club. In the area of music, she began in the junior high band and was secretary as a freshman. She has played in the Indianhead Honors Band. In vocal music she has taken part in the chorus, the swing choir and the all-school musical. She has also been active in forensics. In working on the annual staff, she served as the junior editor and also editor.

To continue her education, she plans to major in soil science at the UW-River Falls, next year.

Michelle Wagner, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Victor Wagner, Greenwood, is sharing the honors with co-salutatorian of the class. She has been a member of the National Honor Society since her sophomore years and has served as vice president. She has also served on the annual staff and student council.

In music, Michelle has been in band four years and served as a twirler. She took part in state solo and ensemble competition one year. For two years, she played basketball and was a basketball cheerleader. She participated in track for four years.

Beyond the regular school activities, she participated in the math league for two years and also two years in a business skills contest. One year, she attended the science symposium.

Michelle plans to attend the Dist. I Technical Institute, Eau Claire, to take up data processing.

Sharing the honors as co-salutatorian is karen Kaltinger, daugher of Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Kaltinger, Willard. Among school organizations, she has been a member of the Na4tional Honor Society, the Future Business Leaders and the Future Homemakers for three years, the G Club for two years and the Pep Club for four years.

In her freshman year she was class treasurer and is now the secretary.

The past four years she has served as a wrestling cheerleader. One year she worked on the annual staff. In band, she has been a twirler four years and was treasurer one year. Two years she took part in the state solo and ensemble competition and has played in the Indianhead Honors Band two years.

In other activities beyond the local school, she participated in t he math league for three years and one year in the business skills contest.

To continue her education, she plans to take up computer science studies at the UW-Oshkosh.



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