School: NHS Class of 1952 (20th Reunion - 1972)
Contact: Dolores (Mohr) Kenyon
Surnames: Rahn, Kunze, Lauscher, Wallace, Sydorowicz, Shaw, Eddy, Chadwick, Juneau, Thoma, Nielsen, Meredith, Flitter, Grap, Huettenrauch, Holtz, Carl, Mitte, Greeler, Zipfel, Watenpuhl, Roatch, Francis, Schoengarth, Larsen, Tews, Marg, Stevens, Krause, Vincent, Naedler, Kaufman, Johnson, Albrecht, DeMert, Seelow, Harrington, Wetzel, Payne, Tibbett, Bradbury, Seif, Kapfer, West, Voigt, Liskow, Harder
----Source: Clark County Press (Neillsville, Clark Co, WI) /1972
NHS Class of 1952 (20th Reunion - 1972)
Members of the Neillsville High School class of 1952, observing their 20-year reunion, met Saturday at Bali Hai super club for an anniversary dinner and program followed by an evening of dancing.
Master of ceremonies for the occasion was James Rahn. Bob Kunze was in charge of introductions. Special guests were retired Neillsville Superintendent of Schools, Ivan W. Lauscher and Mrs. Lauscher.
The group stood in prayer in memory of deceased classmates Robert Wallace, Nick Sydorowicz, Darlene Shaw Eddy and Lillian Chadwick Juneau.
Virginia Thoma was named chairman of the planning committee for the 25-year anniversary reunion. George Nielsen is to be the master of ceremonies.
Class members present were Bob Kunze, Alice Meredith Flitter, June Grap Huettenrauch, Evelyn Carl Mitte, Virginia Holtz Thoma, Delores Greeler Zipfel, Delores Watenpuhl Roatch, James L. Rahn, Ann Francis Schoengarth, Jean Larsen Chadwick, Virginia Tews Marg, Joanne Stevens Krause, Joyce Vincent, Merline Naedler Kaufman, Morris Johnson, George Albrecht, Gayle Schoengarth, Ardes DeMert Seelow, Dick Harrington, Walter Wetzel, Merlin Payne, James Tibbett, Al Bradbury, Frank Seif, George Nielsen, Richard Kapfer, Janice West Voigt and Joan Liskow Harder.
Members of the planning committee were Janice Voigt, Ann Schoengarth, Virginia Marg, Virginia Thoma, Jean Chadwick and Joan Harder (chairman).
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