School: Thorp H.S. Class of 1933 (35th Reunion – 1968)
Surnames: Anderson, Mahlberg, Markowski, Gotter, Helms, Winger, Fisher, Wilhelm, Schmidt, Burkhardt, Baldeschwiler, Mattes, Soderberg, Qualle, Slauson, Hantke, Peeples, Ingles, Bohnak, Eckert, Marshall Haas, Wojtkiewicz, Wojt, Ramberg, Lindquist, Heideman, Pawlak, Anyzewski, Glowacki, Parker, Ebben, Wehrman, Beckman, Sabrowsky, Wojak, Sikorski, Davenport, Herman, Debner, Nelson, Lesniewski, Kenney, Dubicki, Marek, Pabich, Cebelinski
----Source: THORP COURIER (Thorp, Clark County, Wis.) 11 Jul 1968
Last Saturday night nineteen of the forty-one graduates of the Thorp High School class of 1933, held their 35th Anniversary Class Reunion at the Sky Club. Preceding the dinner, acquaintances were renewed and ins some instances it was the first time the classmates had met since graduating in 1933. In addition to the class members and their wifes or husband, Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Anderson of Hudson were guests for the occasion. Mr. Anderson served as Coach and Industrial Arts instructor in the thirties, while Mrs. Anderson, the former Harriet Mahlberg, was a grade school instructor during that period.
The class of 1933 held their first reunion ten years ago, wat which time one member, Ida Markowski Skalecki, had passed away. In the next decade three members have departs, Loblia Gotter Helms, Eldred Winger, and just recently, Clarence Fisher. "Mrs. Clarence Fisher expressed her thanks to the graduates of the class of '33 for the floral bouquet."
Eugene Wilhelm served as committee chairman, Betty Schmidt as Sec'y/Treasurer, with Ben Burkhardt, Grace Baldeschwiler and Dorothy Mattes assisting. Pat Soderberg acted as Master of Ceremonies.
Each member was called upon, and in many instances there was a lot of humor interjected with the reminiscing of bygone days. Appropriate gifts were awarded.
Letters were read from those unable to attend: Mr. Newell E. Qualle of Mesa, Ariz.; Mrs. George Slauson Hantke of Eagle River, Wis., who is still teaching U.S. History in the Eagle River High School; Harriet Peeples Ingles of Columbus, Ohio; Mary Bohnak Eckert of Oxford, N.J.; Grace Marshall Haas of Cadott, Wis.; Elizabeth Wojtkiewicz Wojt of Anacortes, Wash.; Col. Vernon Ramberg of Alexandria, Va.; and Lorraine Lindquist of Menasha.
Those present were as follows: Mrs. Dorothy (Schmidt) Heideman, Sheboygan, Wis.; Mr. and Mrs. Ed Pawlak, Baraboo, Wis.; Mr. and Mrs. Roman Anyzewski, Los Angeles, Calif.; Mr. and Mrs. Anton Glowacki, Mt. Prospect, Ill.; Mr. and Mrs. Harold Parker (Dorothy Ebben), Owen, Wis.; Mr. and Mrs. N.W. Wehrman Irene Beckman) Sheboygan, Wis.; Mr. and Mrs. Earl Sabrowsky (Theodora Wojak) Marshfield, Wis.; Mrs. Eleanore (Sikorski) Davenport, Des Plaines, Ill.; Mr. and Mrs. Clemence Herman, Oak Lawn, Ill.; Mr. and Mrs. Joe Debner (Ella Nelson), Sheldon, Wis.; Mr. and Mrs. Frank Lesniewski, Thorp; Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Baldeschwiler (Grace Kenney), Thorp; Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Dubicki, Thorp; Mr. and Mrs. Leon Marek (Frances Pabich), Thorp; Mrs. Dorothy (Ramberg) Mattes, Thorp; Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Wilhelm, Thorp; Mr. and Mrs. Ben Burkhardt, Thorp; Mr. and Mrs. Ray Schmidt (Betty Cebelinski), Thorp, and Mr. and Mrs. Pat Soderberg, Thorp.
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