School: Loyal Alumni Banquet (1956)
Contact: Dolores Mohr Kenyon
Surnames: Colby, Berry, Mack, Kehoe,
Esselman, Bleisner, Tucker, Herdrich, Denk, Garbush, Eunson, Welsh,
Miles, Thums, Zuege, Harvey, Loch, Watkins, Kreuser, Lindner,
Davel, Ziemendorf, Castner, Wolter, Wichman, Firnstahl, Neuman
----Source: Clark County Press
(Neillsville, Clark Co., WI.) June 7, 1956
Loyal Alumni Banquet (1955)
The Loyal High School Alumni met for a
banquet Tuesday evening in the school dining room. An
estimated 175 were in attendance.
Following the banquet a business meeting
was called with Eugene Colby, president, in charge. Warner
Berry, high school principal, welcomed those present. Mrs.
(Shirley Mack) Kehoe responded for the alumni. The minutes
were read by Mrs. Mary Ann Esselman Bleisner, and the
treasurer’s report was given by Mrs. William Tucker (Norma
Officers elected for the new year are:
Mrs. Reno Herdrich, president; Mrs. William Tucker, vice president;
Sharon Denk, secretary; Florence Garbush, treasurer; and Mrs. Lou
The year 1956 marks the 59th
year for the Loyal High School. The class of 1956, with 64
graduates, is the largest class ever graduated from Loyal High
School. The first class, 1897, graduated five members, only
two of whom are living: Mrs. Robert Eunson of San Francisco,
Calif., and Miss Nettie Welsh of Loyal. The smallest class
graduated one member, the late Roy Miles, 1902. The class of
1903 was the first to graduate from a four-year course. A
total of 1,429 have been graduated in the 59 years.
A table was reserved at the banquet for the class of 1931 who were celebrating their 25th anniversary. Class members present were: Earl Thums, Marathon; Dorene Zuege Harvey, Neillsville; Arvilda Fricke Loch, Watkins, Minn; Margaret Kreuser Lindner, Greenwood; Martina Davel, Chicago; Elsie Shupe Ziemendorf, Wisconsin Rapids; and Nina Castner Wolter, Evelyn Wichman Firnstahl, and Ramond Neuman, Loyal.
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