Neillsville Grad. Class of 1933 (25 May 1933)
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----Sources: Neillsville Press (Neillsville, Clark County, Wis.) 25 May 1933
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The graduates of 1933 are: Josephine A. Barton, Rolland J. Berrett, Florence R. Boldt, Walter E. Brown, Kathlyn Carleton, Beatrice M. Deutsch, Charles E. Diers, Donald L. Drescher, Evelyn M. Dusak, Gerald R. Eberhardt, Dorothy L. Ehlers, Shirley C. Elliott, Lee A. Flint, Ella V. Foemmel, Conrad J. Frantz, Harold W. Frantz, Eileen P. Garnder, Ann Gullikson, Thelma D. Hake, Kearney Wm. Hemp, Ellen I. Hosely, Hard W. Imig, Iva B. Jake, Helen G. Jahr, Norman W. Kuhl, Genevieve L. Malamphy, Pauline E. Medicke, Glen B. Mills, Virginia R. Milton, France E. Montgomery, Margaret Neverman, Norman A. Opelt, Emma G. O’Reilly, Ann Bell Palmer, Bernita E. Raine, Lucille H. Raine, Robert E. Richmond, Ruth I. Roder, Ila R.Schultz, Meta E. Shcultz, Charles W. Schweinler, Ione C. Schwellenbach, Dale D. Sief, Edna M. Selves,Lee Selves, Harold J. Shaw, Frances M. Sollberger, Daniel W. Sonheim,Florence J. Stelloh, Herman F. W.Suhr, Helen M. Thoma, Bernice I. VandeBerg, Carl R. Wegner, Chester F. Wagner, Edna G. Wahl, Irene M. West, Clarence A. Wetzel, Dorothy L. Wood, Genevieve M. Zimmer, Ruth J. Zimmerman.
Class Flower -- Lily of the Valley.
Class Colors -- Lavender and White.
Class Motto -- Whatever the stride, let it be owned.
Teacher training graduates are: Naomi B. Bollom, Leona A. Chase, Illa L. Counsell, John E. Cross, Dorothy L. Dankemyer, Aletha G. Downer, Glyde E. Graves, Pearl M. Greene, Ella A. Haines, Marian E. Huntley,Irene M. Lepke, Lucille L. Milton, Victor E. Pagenkopf, James F. Pickett, Helen M. Preston, Evelyn G. Reimer, Birdine I. Rodman, Velda Wagner, Ethyl H. Walker, Wayne F. Wall, Warren D. White, Kathleen G. Wildish, Ruth C. Winter.
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