Ackley High School - Torch Yearbook (Ackley, IA)

 - Class of 1950

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E I ' : x n ,! 4. l F li: Q . . . 3 If ' , , , .135 ffl N N I -A 1 - Ov 'ifsf' Y O C O h N , a' ' I-Q, .. r A r rua "C 41" If Q DLLBLRT DREW nNo matter what 1 is I'm against it Class Officer ll CHARLOTTE KLLIN 'Character is a diamond t a scratches ever other jewel Pep Club 3, , Offr lee Club 2 3 , Offr V Teen l,2,3, , Offr 3 T Class Officer 1,2 Homecoming Attendant 1 Class Play L Nat'l Honor Society 3 5L ABIGAIL VAN HEIDLN Her thoughts are her own she tells them to few Pep Club Y Teen l 2,3, Student Council TIMER KININGhR e good die young, but that doesn't worry me -e-1, Vocal Groups A Club 2,3,h r A l 2,3,l, Reporter Basketball l Football l,2,3 L Baseball l lrack 3 Class Play 3 19' DELORES JEAN MEIWDERS 'After man came woman and s e has been chasing them ever since Pep Club 3 Q Vocal Groups 2,3 Y Teen l,2,3 'Q 1 ,, LELNUS HINDLRS , nHe drives on the suicide o the road Pep Club 3,L A , Football Vocal Groups Baseball SYL'lA ANDEFSON H here are microbes in kisses, but I should lorry I've been vaccinated H Ames Hi School l,2,3 Y Teen Class O ficer M all Clase Play MARLENE EICHIEIER lhere's one man in the world or me, but I've not found him Vocal Groups l,2,3, Pres Band 2 3 Y een l,2,3 Argus Business Mgr Class Play 3 Instrumental Groups 3,. 3 LUs'Ll PISCVPH 'Ts she as quiet as she acts ueneva hilh school 1 2,3 lee Club 2,3 Y een , lILLIAf HLPFLLMElsR NNY girl said she' be true to e enc, but I play tackle Peo Club 3 M A Club 3 t P l 2, Band l,2,1 A Orchestra Vocal Croups 2,3 Q Basketball l, Football l,2,3 M Track 3 A Class Play 3 JOL S El'E HI wls I were rich instead o so arned hardsome Peo Club 3 u Vocal roup P A Banu 2 3 U Solo Football M Baseball A Track 3 u PRPRJDL BORCWLRS She does things without much noise Pep Club Y Te n l,2, Band 3 M TWRRV SILEILLARD All great men are dying I feel sick myself Pep Club 3 Vocal Group Class Play 3 M Nat'1 Honor Society ROXIL FOSSLLR 'Pull of giggles and un she Pep Club 3 L Cheerleader Band 1 2,3,h Y Teen l,2,3, Social Chairman l Instrumental Groups and Solos Class Play 3 M Argus Editor FERN HUESMAN 'Our snappy little gal from the country Pep Club 3 Cheerleader Y Teen 1,2,3 A Class Play 3 Glee Club 3 A CLAIR HOLDGRAFER 'How lucky I am! Whenever I make a mistake, people are sure to discover it.u Pep Club 3,h F.F.A. 1,2,3,l4, Basketball 3 Baseball M ,qu 49' fb i 5.1 d" L S Sauk if Alb -P-nr 0-1 IDS I ai "'1Y N41 4? GLJRLE ABBAD nI'm stumped, I ought be a tr e Pep Club! A 2 rack 3 Class Play 3 SCFOhNLNAN Here's to a girl with a heart and a smile p Club Officer 3 M Vocal Groups l,2,3, Y Teen l,2,3, Off Band l Class Officer 4 Class Play 3 HENRILTTA ABBAS she talks and talks about everything Pep Club 3 lee Club Y leen l,2,3,Q Class Play 3 DUAUL QIEMLR Ahat I like about my 5 arms Vocal Groups l,2,3 M A Club 3 Q Basketball l,2,3 P A , Football l 2,3, Baseball 1 9 3 Track 3, Class Officer 2 Class Plav 3 Q RUTH KAUS nSay what you will, but et speak longer Vocal groups 1,2 Y Teen 1,2,3, Pres Nat'l donor Societ 3 h Band l,2,3, Offr Instrumental Groups, Solos Student Council 3 Class Play 3 PAUL DE VWIES 'study is a luxury in which never indulge Football M, A Club Basketball ld Baseball A A HAROLD LINDAMAN 'Heaven sent m down, heaven knows wh . Pep C ub 3,M .F.A. l 2, Student Council M Vocal Groups h Baseball L DELORES WINTERS 'There's no 'winter' n her heart.' Pep Club Cheerleader 3,h TLTeen 1,2,3,h I v to 6 .ll . ? FIF' I lt-D3!l+ SAIL . X '1. VI 'Il Pe Q h - r. M HI. A 'I' G M L W' A . nirl is my .H I I ..F... l 2 A , M ik! 71+ 1+ v I . 1 me ,n .3.l+ - y . M K 1 . y I .Il L+ 4 FIFO- O 2 ' e X ll F , 3.k 1 F J NFA 1 f Q keen as e 'P cur X eale J ' O aL Jroaos , Hgnnr bocietf M I 1 g ll J'-F 3 Pres M lnstrlnental solos 2 ass Y r Fonacom n Afte a 4 Class rla, VIQGIL HLJIIJ N o to scnool to et a eneral sea ol W U 4 Basx thal ROWALN HARKLN uLeac me n nto temptation but show me where it is Club 3 V A Vocal roles Basketball l 3 ootoall ana er 3 L Baseball 31 Class Officer 2 V LNA OLCOBE A girl of 'ew words is she, she's friendly a can b Pep Club 3 Y Ween l,2,3, NARVIN QOPb 'Quiet in aoeearance with motives unkn wn P vlub UUA Basketball l 2,3 Football M Baseball 2,3,M RITA KLVIJU R 'She is neither saint nor sinner but her smile is sure a winner Y Teen 1 2,3, Instrumental eroup,Solo 3 M Student Coancil 2 Class Officer 3 Class Play 3 M DONNA SCILAMPP 'Nait until next leap year Vocal Groups 2,3 Vat'l Honor Society Y Teen l,2,3, Band 2,3 M Instrumental Groups, Solos Class Officer 2 Class Play 3 M RICHARD SICAWD nHe spoke to a girl once u aims it was a mistake A Club M V W A 1,2, , Basketball 2,3,M Football M Vocal Group 3,M af- 1 r':""x' TTT bfifm flee ax : ai as 'ell "it ZUQ NBS' f-ug ICR 4!'1U pn DUANE HANIG uwork is a wonderful thing, but I like the gir1s.N Pep Club 3,h A Club M Student Council 3 Basketball 1,2 Football A Baseball h President of Jr Class 'Q if DOROTHY PIES 'A career as a wife would e the life Pep Club 3 Y Teen l,2,3, IRENE CLAASSEN Ulf I feel like exercising I just lie down until the feel ing goes awe Pep Club Y Teen l,2,3 A Class Play 3 A ,,.,-I MORRIS ACKERMAN 'Snappin eyes, careless an ee, no hing ever worries m F F A l,2,3,l+, orn- Band 1 2,3 Vocal Groups and Solo L Class Officer A Nat'l Honor Society A Class Play M BnAl STAFF Editor RUWU KAUS Rusiness ranagers DUANE HANI , DARRLLL BLREKER Plays IREM LAASSFW Social I"IA AND RSON uslc MOWRTS ACK RHAN, Delores Meinders Features DOWWA SCHLALPP Ronald Harken, Verla Zinser bnaosnots VLRLA ZINSnR Duane Deimer, Sylvia Anderson Pxoductlon P f Us .A , Roxie ossler, Delores Winters Bill 'ef elmeler, Leonard Oelmann, Virgil Beving Sales Sta f Paul 16 fries, lennus Finders, Clair Holdsrafer Henrietta Abbas, Velma Holcomb Ulstorj AIL SCHOII' A , cmarlotte Alein, Abigail Van Helden Delbert Drew Prophecy TDYPY SU Y'ARl Gertrude Borcners, Luella Fischer loan Abbas, Dick Slcard will ROXIL FOSQLLR, eorhe Abbas, Duane Deimer, Irene Claassen Senior Activities nARLLI EICHAEIER, Rosemary O'Here, Dorotny ries Athletics MLRLE ILIENHOVEW, Marvin Rops, Elmer Keninger, Joe Steffen I 8 I I I I - A ' b ll 6 X I i s, I luv . , M 4 U 'J I . n L . f 6? ,K ' I d ' 1' vs, 7 qgg, .M A I d 'L i fr 5 ' . . . . 3 1 - 1 . .I+ ,A W , ' A ti j :cw gm W. , i Y 1'4'?'9f 1 A it ' "I I ' "' L.. r -- G H . ff' f' "" . .-1.1 U 4.41 --S'-b . L Clubs--RITA KENINGER, Harold Lindeman '-'A' Z l . E ,I . . nv 'Q "-' . . A nl , . . . W - .1 " , 1 ' --'BTN X 'SY X . . F . 4- 7 0 A "' ,. A. - A A ' r 1 3 . Q M '--J 'H'uTLH H O3 ' Y YT' ' . " . . AAL.: JJ Lf, A lf . F- . - V 3 , --J ,,E A. , - -- ' 1 'W . . 49 aff! 4f"' Mg. fi! ,-4-nv -i 1' f gg:-4' ocult nntnl BVICIS Romer can Dorofmea Yacob a Jo e Carmickael Helen Rath V erett Y lsteac Hicuar' Rowan donald Starn Kent Doxd rma An'ersow C'eta Buz cx Auetie Juv ter 590. Q ,.1 rug iif fQ1gg M fi! 44!' ii 450' .-ff .pdf NI gr? 1.5: wa' 'C' f'NN L, Q55 mstoml On a brlght September day back 1U 1937, twenty-one llttle boys and glrls left the1r mothers at the front door of home to make the1r f1TSt lone Journey to school These twenty-one were Edward Boyenga, Lloyd Gardner, Charles Gr1fI1th, Franklln Kramer, Benny Lew1s, Duane Han1E, Joe Nelson, Terrance Shellard, Sheryl Sokollk, Mearl Stevens, Henry Wag ner, Patty Arndorfer, R1ta Kenlnger, Darlene Kothenbeutel, Norma Schach terle, Gall Schoeneman, Margaret Specht, Dorothy Ples, Ablgall Van Hel den, Harrlet Borchers, and Joan Krull In kindergarten our prlde and Joy was our llttle band Another lea ture was our rest perlods rlght before recess Some of us efen vent to sleep and slept through recess we also had our own store 1 Nl1Ch we learned how to GO the shopp1ng for our mothers When M15 B ck r f we needed punlshment, she would put us 1n the store room l w s after we found the llght swltchl to the convent and also Harxlet Borchers, Patty Arndorfer and Mearl Ste vens we galned Roxle Fossler, Larry McDowell and Robert P165 In f1PSt grade we had a dally lnspection 1n whlch clean teeth and hanker ch1efs were essentlals Our teacher thls year was M155 Ubben, who we found to be very handy wlth the ruler in more ways than one we reached second grade ln the mldst of puppet shows Miss Tool, who had a fear of mlce and a love for chlldren, was our teacher This year we lost Joan Krull but gained Eslel and Ferdlnand Kleln and Barry Metz ger We had a b1g party helping M185 Ubben and Mlss Tool celebrate their blrthdays In thlrd grade we gained Ruth Kaus and lost Barry Metzger, Eslel and Ferdinand Klein Thls year we had a turtle called WToby W He escaped the n1ght of the Junlor Senlor Banquet and we found hlm in the gym the next day Mlss Ph1ll1ps ev1dently found us very trylng, for at tlmes she would walk the floor blowlng her whistle and wearlng a very red faze In fourth grade, w1th MISS Waalkes as our teacher, we heard a great deal about her family, eipeclally about a certaln nephew who we were to meet ln nlnth grade This year we galned Ronald DeMav1s, but lost h1m agaln we also galned Edward Heltland and Velma Holcomb In flfth grade we again had Mlss Waalkes as a teacher we lost Dar lene Kothenbeutel and Edward Boyenga We galned Jerry'Pieters, Joanne Persons, Dorls Rogers, Delores and V1rg1n1a Swanson and Aletha Boor Due to the shortage of teachers, the fourth and flfth grades were putin a room together You may blame some of our scholastlc faults on the fact that we never learned to study and l1sten at the same tlme Bernard Boor, Delbert Drew, Marlene Eichmeler and Doris Burman Jolnted our works ln slxth grade. Charles Griff1th, Dor1s Rogers and Larry McDowell left us. Miss LaVerle Vokt was our instructor. The two sexes were beginning to be attracted to each other--love notes. we entered into Junior High with nineteen members and Miss Marschall as our teacher. we lost Edward Heitland, Benny Lewis, Robert Pies, ' ' . . v' s e e lelt ' . y E' OOKO In our journey to first grade, we lost Rita Keninger and Duane Hanig . . . I D . . . Terran e Shellard and Sheryl S0kOl1ko ROS6m3T1e RiChtSme1eP WHS Ourfwuv new member The flve boys were completely out classed by the FITWS were row fully grown Ev1dence 1S glven by the fact that we had no more rece Se But we d d mlss thos games, or1g1nated by Terrance bhellard ln whlch the hero captured the queen Miss Ramsdell was our teacher lh elghth grade and she surprlsed us by gettlng marrled durlng Chrlstmas vacatlon we had our own newspaper, The Flop' Another thlng that caused lots of commotlon were +lose wed dlng announcements, wrltten by certaln members of the class and frequent ly pa sed from seat to seat, Delbert Drew off1c1at1ng Our plCH1C d n ner was eaten at the publlc park on account of ra1n Thls year We ga1ned Irene Claassen, Terrance Shcllard and Morris Ackerman Hlgh School at last! The new members of the freshman class lncluded George Abbas, Henr1etta Abbas Joan Abbas, Vlrgll Bevlng, Darrell Bleek er, Gertrude Borchers, Paul DeVr1es, Duane Dlemer, Duane Hanlg, Ronald Harken, B111 defielneler, Glerrus Hlnders, Clair Holdgrafer, Fern Heus man, Elmer K nlnger, Rlta Yenlnger, Charlotte Kleln, Harold Llndaman, Delore Melnders Merle Jevenho en, Leonard Oelmann, Rosemary O'Hare, Marvln Rops, Donna Schlampp, Rlchard Slcard, Joseph Steffen, Delores Winters, Verla Z nser, Francls Kuper and Arthur Melnders we lost Rose marle Rlchstmeler, Delores and Vlrginla Swanson and Aletha and Bernard Boor With Mr Rltland as our hero1c gulde, we struggled through Algebra and the usual, horrlble freshman trials, including initiatlon Those gunny sacks weren't very flattering! Our sophomore year meant another struggle, this tlme with Geometry but we all managed to pass Miss Whelan proved to be a worthy sponsor, helping us to plan numerous picnics Will we ever forget the sm oo r1de to the class p1cn1c at Eldora 1n a cattle truck' Thls year we lost Dor1s Burman In our Junior year we sponsored the Junlor-Senlor Banquet, UOut of This Worldh--and we w1shed we were from the day we started worklng on it! However, with Mlss Anderson, lass Wurster, and Mr Dean as our sponsors, we had the best banquet ever we lost Arthur Meinders, Francls Kuper and an old timer, Joe Nelson, but galned Verle Helsabeck and Luella Fis cher Th1s year the class presented NA Date With Judyn w1th ROX16 as Judy and Terry as 00218 and what a handsome couple they made' Ruth Kaus and Charlotte Kle1n were elected to the Nat'l Honor Soc1ety At last, proud sen1ors of the class of 'SOI we galned Sylvia Ander son and lost Verle Helsabeck and Chemlstry and Driver's Trainln en 8 tered our lives. Bes1de wash1ng windows, we have been kept busy with numerous aCt1V1t1eS The class play HThe Inner Wlllyu, w1th Morris Ackerman as Willy, proved to be quite a sensation Durlng six weeks of pract1ce, MOTT1S never 1ng three young glrls' senlors at El Juco Day Along about thls tlme, peting in the distr1ct forty-one students on tlred of the full attentlon of s1x women mnclud On March 31, Ellsworth College entertalned the and the1r musical comedy, UTassels In The Airn many seniors were runnlng here and there, com and state muslc contests. May 16, Des Moines saw i the1r Sklp Day--the capital, museum, radio sta- tlons and newspapers all interested us--almost as much as the ride home. Wlth the a1d of Miss Rath and Mr. Stark, our ever-helpful sponsors, we climaxed our Beam sales-campaign by glving a part Ma S 1950. Y Y .150 we end our days at Ackley High. But its friendships and memories W1 never be f0I'80ft0f1- So l0fi8, kids, don't do anything we wouldn't do Q ' . C - ' - Q . ' 0 , .. 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I 55 FO CL Because of my long and varled experleace as w1fe of the Presldent P the Un1ted States, I declded to leave a record of my l1fe for pos tCT1tY Perhaps the most satlsfactory way to refresh my memory would be to look up my old frlends from A H S On the evenlng of my departure to gather materlal, I was glven a testlmonlal dlnner by the woman's commlttee of my husband's polltlcal party Imag1ne my surprlse to see that the prlnclpal after dlnner speaker was my old fT1EPd and classmate, Irene Claassen, who had galned her start on the lecture platform ln hlgh school speech class The flrst lap of my cross country Journey took me to Chlcago fkre I called upon the polltlcal boss of Chlcago who was none other than, Ablgall Van Helden Ablgall told me she va havlng a good deal of d1f flculty w1th the nKle1n mobu wrose boss was Charlotte Kleln, NQueen of the Rlver Wards U She was over goyed, however, by the fact that her prosecutlng attorney, Delores Jean Nelnders, had sent that notorlous plck pocket, Darrell Bleeker, to prlson for ten years For a llttle relaxatlon I dropped ln at UMadame Chl Ch1's Salon, models, who told me she was modellng Joan Abbas' trousseau excluslvely deslgned by Sylvla Anderson After my stay ln Chlcago, I stopped 1U at my old home Iowa, where I stayed for a few days w1th my frlends, Verla Pops As I was tlred after ry long Journey, we declded to evenlng and watch telev1s1on whlch was town, Ackley, and Narv1n stay 1n that The flrst QTOSTHIH WHS 8 HGWSCHSL Among the sports :Items was the amazlng story o the star of the UBrooklyn Bums,W George Abbas Then the scene changed to the Kentucky Derby where the canera plcked out from the crowd, Joe Steffen, who was the leader of a large bettlng syn dlcwte The flnal ltem on the news broadcast was the story of the trlumphant return of Rlta Kenlnger, the world's only woman blg game hunter, from the Amazon gungles of Brazll She brought back scores of anlmals and plans to form her own clrcus The next program came on to the sound of soft muslc and the nasal slnglng of NMy Tlme Is Your Tlmen It was Rudy Vallee who was pre sentlng hls newest protege, Terry Shellard In the back ground I not1ced the bulky form of Duane Dlemer It seems that Duane had been h1red to act as body guard for Nr Shellard. Then came tlme for the commerclal and guess who the slnger was DICK S1C8Tdl Another guest on the pro gram xas, Donna Schlampp, that glamorous soc1al1te Donna was wear1ng a black evenlng dress drlpplng wlth Jewels as she announced her engage ment to Count T1co Tico of Spain. After the program was over I asked Verla what had happened to some of my other classmates and she told me that V1rg1l Bevlng was owner of QZZIL 1 -in . A g . Ar l . O 0 O . A K, p . . . - . c ' I . - O . - . X . 0 . . . I ' . . I S . . - . O -. , . - . . 1 3 4 Q It 4 and whom should I meet but Luella Fischer, one of our fore-most fashion . . . 0 , . . A . L 9 '1' 1 .L . D . O ' .rl .L s. 5 3 ' 1j I ' - . K . . . l k . . . . I . . . . . Q r O . O - 1 . ' ' V . . . . the local clothing store and Marlene owned the Hiding Academy. Delbert Drew was now the minister of the St. Johns Church. It seems that from the class of 'SO one of the girls, Henrietta Abbas, had become a teacher and one of the boys, Clair Holdgrafer, was the most successful prin- cipal ever hired at Ackley. Reluctantly I left my home town and set out on the next lap of my journey which took me to Omaha On the plane to Omaha I met Dolores Win ers, stewardess, and Duane Hanig, passenger, who, after the plane landed, took me to Rosemaxy's Drive In Theatre The film featured the new Rudolph Valentino who turned out to be none other than Harold Lin daman! There was also an animated cartoon which was drawn by the now fannus cartoonist, Paul DeVr1es After the theatre we stopped in at the home of Roxie Fossler W found her sitting on the porch knitting a rug Roxie was able to tell me the whereabouts of some of the others Velma Holcomb was with the J nuw'Lynch Death Dodgers Glennus Hinders is a professor of German at Northwestern Ronald Harken had opened a large hatchery in the out skirts of Omaha The next day we stopped at the Kaus Clinic which was under the direct on of that eminert doctor, Ruth Kaus On the staff of the hos oital, as pediatrician was Bill Heffelmeier Ruth took me to the pera ng room where two serious cases were being treated They were Norris Ackerman and Kerle hevenhoven, who had been in a fight the night before Bidding Ruth adiea, I took the plane to Reno, Nevada Here I ner+ a 'ew hours in Gail Schoenemann's Gambling Casino which was mas q e ading under the 'gu se of a dude ranch Lurking among the guests was that infamous international soy, Madame Y, who was in reality, rern duesman She was sitting at the table with Elmer Keninger, who was now a nrole sional wine connoisseur I learned that the large ranch next door was owned and operated by Leonard Oelmann list as I was beg nning to enjoy myself at the Casino, I was sirprised oy Dorothy Pies, the secret service woman assigned to my pro tection Dorothy claimed that the pres1dent's wife should not be in dulging r ich activities so she took me back to Washington, greatly fa-Q ..-+-"" XX X 1 x , E I L L: ' U . . . 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V ,-f --sf i . lQ5x If ,' xnn--h---'---mu'---w-J, QSS 1 IN THE NAME or Goo, AMEN we, THE Smuon CLASS or 1950 of Ackley High School, be1ng of sane, sound and dlsposlng m1nd and memory, do make, execute, publlsh, and declare thls to b our last Will and Testament FIRST We glve and devlse to our esteemed successors, the Senlor Class of 1950, the pr1v1 leges whlch we as senlors dld en joy and partake of ln the lawful executlon of our rlghts as members of Sa1d class SECOND Each member of the sa1d class does hereby, and wlth full knowledge aforethought, glve, devlse, and bequeath the followlng of h1s or her personal possesslons I, George Abbas, also knmm as HB1g Lewey,H leave my w1tty re marks and short stature to Darrell Dass You'll have to look for a short gal now, Dass I Duane Dlemer, leave my steady g1rl and my car to Fran L arney Just thlnk, you can have tw1n monograms on lt the car, that is' Gertrude Borchers, w1ll my dlgnlty to Norma Qchachterle Now you can banmsh that glggle, Norma Glennus Hlnders, bequeath my much used olpe to Ronald Slat sema It burns the best w1th Bond Street, that ls, the smoke 1Sn't as strong I Velma Holcomb, lrave my dr1v1ng ablllty to Pat Haber 1S really a snap to learn after you can see over the dash I, B111 Heffelmeler, leave my town and country Job to Thelma Weber It's qulte a change from yellow to green I, Leonard Oelmann, leave my ab1l1ty to get klcked out of b1ol ogy class to Lggig Dgygleg It's all 1n knowlng how to do 1t, Lou I Qarrell Qleeger, leave my 'dreamboat' characteristlcs t Qagyln Munler It w1ll take you a wh1Je to get used to them, but look at the results' I, Sz1V13 Anderson, leave my strapless formal to Maxlne Saller It really w1ll do wonders for your figure look what lt d1d to mine' I Paul DeVr1es, leave my pllot llsence to Russell Bevlng It's useful ln government, Russ I Marlene Elchmeler, leave my stutter1ng ab1l1ty to Shlrl y Kleln Remember, you musn't talk too fast I, Irene Claassen, leave m long, glamorous Halr to Margori Sessler Just thlnk, it's practmc ally the same color I, Ruth Kaus, leave my glft of gab to Ellzabeth Arends You uon't have to be so qulet now, L12 We, Verla Zlnser and Fern Huesman, leave our beautlful, falr complexlons to the JUHIOF g1T1S Now you won't have to rear so much pancake to cover the blemishes Elmer K9H1HE6T, leave my flamlng red halr and my trlcks in how to Edward Boyeng You'll Just have to be careful so lt doesn't get too llvely the party, of course I, Rlta K6H1HgCT, gladly g1ve my many dates to Darlene Noble Now you won't have to cut in on steady steppers, Darlene I, Terrlble Terrance the Ty rant, or Terry Shellard, bequeath my startllng role 1n USon of Br1t ta1n,U to Marvln Fr1tz Remember, Marvln, the accents won't be pre domanate w1thout the halr lacquer I, Harold Llndaman, 31135 UCouth,N w1ll my ab1l1ty to study molsten a dry party to A 0 . 1- . . . . . . . ! 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U .- to Luella DeVr1es You'll b amazed at the outcome We, Dolores Winters and Donna hlamgg, reluctantly glve up our fllrtlng talent to Norma Ubben DANGER" Full potency is guaran teed We, Gall Schoenemann and Joan Abbas, W111 our marltal plans to Irene Pohlmann It won't be long before you'll need them I, Henrletta Abbas, leave my stralght halr to Verla Janssen Won't lt be a rellef not to p1n lt up every n1ght9 I, Uarvln Roos, leave m qulet nature to Erma Jean Freese you thlnk you can aoply lt to a good advantage? We, Dorothy P105 and Delores Jean Melnd rs, leave our knack for sewlng to Lucllle Claassen Sen lor Homemaklng 15 really fun I, Duane Hanlg, glve m dad's Bulck to Peggy Burma Won't that be better than rldlng 1U a drafty Ford? I, Vlrgll Bevlng, sadly be queath my assorted wardrobe to F1122 Meyer It seems as 1f the glrls are tendlng toward boy's apparel these days I, Delbert Drew, leave my shlny shoes to LaVern Muller Now you will be sure to attract the glrls Ve, Ronald Harken and Qla grafer, wllllngly leave four 1nCh8S of our helght to Norma Oelmann Now you'll at least come up to h1s shoulder I, Rlchard Slcand, most grac 1ously w1ll my ablllty to play WThe Blue Sk1rt Waltz,N1 Lorralne Oelmann I've always played t successfully at boys' quartet, wh not try'1t at sextette9 I Joseph Steffen, sadly leave my good looks to D gyl Becker Be tween my looks and your physlque you'll really have somethlng I Merle Nevenhoven, WWh1tty the Wh1p,N sadly bequeath my tendency toward Cedar Falls to Donald Achtermann You'll go over EIg'WIth'fH5f'E5Evortlble I, Morrls Ackerman, leave my contest solo to any Boy who would llke to try h1s hand at slnglng Don't worry about gett1ng frlght ened fellas, there's nothlng to lt I Rosemary O'Hare, leave my talent ln typlng envelopes to Lols Mnrra, It w1ll come 1D handy when you're worklng on the Argus I BQXLQ Fossler, le1ve'u:the future edltor, mv knack of glvlng ambltlous students frgus ertncles All you have to do 15 get on your knees and beg the vlctlms to co operate I, Charlotte Kleln, leave m secretarlal dutles to Mary Lou K-hle With all your training, you'l1 get along f1ne I, Luella Flscher, leave my ablllty to glve speeches to Norum on is gestures! FOURTH We do hereby nomln ate and appolnt Mlss Helen Rath, our sponsor, to be the Executrlx of thls, our last hlll and Testa ment IN WITNESS WHEREOF, we have hereunto subscrlbed our names and offered our seals, thls nineteenth day of May, ln the year of our Lord nlneteen hundred and flfty . . e Q I Sc ' ' ' . iii 4 .. b . . . . l . - ..Q............. .... ' ' - , - 'i u -.,,.. ,,--,,..' J . it-.- 4 ' . . . L h .4 I . . . . Do ' ' - . O . Q --- ---- a . , ... ,-Li,-,, --1-if - . o . . ' - AArends. All you'll have to work Ma ' . ' - I . . . . . . ' . a . - ir Hdd ' ' . 1-'t f' 1 ' 'f fl, -Q -' v 1' Y 'r if 0 - i .9 ' L- A a - A , - o f s I L, ' Q 3 ..L....4 -14+ OI' U5 Y TEEN STUDENT COUNCIL The Y Teen is a club f gmrls enrolled ln Sen1or High The group meets every two weeks Each member 18 on a program com mlttee durlng the year At the Y Teen mix, on September 9, the new m mbers of the Club were 1n troduced There were also nine courcll women present at that meetlng Elght glrls from the Ackley Club attended the Northeast Iowa Y Teen Conference at Cedar Rap1ds on October 15 Shlrley Kleln was elected Pres1dent of the North east Area The Y Teens ra1sed over 560 selllng holly wreaths at Chrlst mas t1me Thls fund is for Fel lowshlp and Conference e enses cabinet members to the Gnnnell conference thls summer The Sp6C1a1 QOC181 event of the year was a seml formal dance, The Darclng Snowflake Ball, held 1n the school annex on December 21 About 60 couples attended The Aother Daughter Tea was n ld on May S The Y Teen g1T1S at that t1me enterta1ned thelr mothers and members of the YWCA counc1l The offlcers for next year were 1ns alled as a part of the program Offlcers Presld nt Ruth Kaus V1c President Gall Qchoeneman qncretary Trea urcr Program Chm Soclwl Chm Cervlce Chm sponsors Marllyn Meyer Verla Janssen Charlotte Kleln Verla Zlnser Norma Oelmann Mlss Hath Mlss Ihrster The student councll conslsts I class representatlves from Junlor and Sen1or hlgh As a group, they make rules and plans for the students' government The past year they conducted locker lnspectlon, organlzed the plng pong room and pald half of 1ts expense, and were 1n charge of Homccomlng decoratlons Representatlves from the Stu dent councll attendeda North Iowa Cedar League Conference at Rein beck and a state Student Council convention at Marshalltown Offlcers President Darrell Bleeker Vice President Verla Janssen Sec'y Treas Barbara Clawson NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY This is a soclety of Junior and Senior students throughout the natlon The members are chosen because they are outstand 1ng 1n leadership, character, scholarshlp and servlce All students mth averages of 89Z or hlgher are ellgible They are rated by each other and thelr teachers, The Ackley Chapter numbers s1x new and tvo old mem bers th1s year Installatlon is held each year on Class Day Sen1or Members Charlotte Kleln Ruth X808 Morrls Hckerman Verla Zinser Donna Schlgmpp Terry Shellard Junlor Members Donald A htermann Shirley Klein .. Q Y - ' ' I I . E O . . . K: . .. J Q m ' . I . . . 3 3 ' I 1 . . 3 . I ..,, - A . I W . . - ' A - ' 4 . I i Y . . Q ' ' . . ' Q o o o A ' , . I Xp ' 1 5 I O The club is plannlng to send two i Sponsor . . . . . . . Mr. Stark . a s A ' ' 0 g ' . I - - L ,, . - - . . I . . N , , . ' . ' W . Q . 1 A' ' b K ' , I . I - ' s . n 52 o 0 o o o o Q 5 1 Q 'fr' 3 0 ' L- . I-J' 0 c Q u c l , ' . S ' o o 0 0 0 ' . ' 3 lc O O U I . V 1 V I . . .I 1 's . K- 0 1 0 I s o v ' T, V A CLUB The A Club is a group of boys who have met the neces sary requirements 1h football, basketball, baseball or track and have been awarded a letter 1n at least one sport letter lS glven the flrst year and a certlflcate the fol low1ng years Membership thls year was twenty flV6 The A Club was honored thls year by belng chosen to crown the Home Comlng Queen PEP CLUB The members of the Pep Club were those students who so vlgorously cheered the Ackley team at home, and who had those fun packed bus r1des to out of town games Thls year the cheer leaders were outfltted ln new HH1fOIUE by the club. The Pep Club members purchased purple sweaters wh1ch they wore to school on the day of a game and to the game One of the club's extra ac tlvltles was a party for the students, after the Relnbeck basketball game A bakesale was held March to help f1nance the club Offlcers Presldent Roxle Fossler V Pres . Ga1l Schoeneman Sec'y Charlotte Kleln Soc Chm Norma Oelmann Qponsors Mlss Carmlchael M1ss Wurster Cheerleaders Dolores Winters Fern Huesman Roxle Fossler Joan Abbas Jorma Schachterle FUTURE FARMERS OF AMERICA During the past year the Ackley chapter of the F F A has participated 1n the fol lowing act1v1tiesx Offlcers attended the D1StT1Ct Off1cers Tra1n1ng School at Eagle Grove Judg1ng Teamxwent to the Dalry Cattle Congress Members were Marvln Abbas, Marvin Frltz, and Francls Kearney Offlcers attended the National F F A Conventlon Included were Darrell Bleeker, George Abbas, Ronald Seltsema, Leon ard Oelmann, and Harold Llnda man. Played 6 basketball games and won 3 Attended the F F A sports Jam boree t Eldora Darrell Bleeker boxed In1t1ated Greenhands and Chap ter Farmers F F A Parent Son Banquet Tested over So samples of seeds for the people of the commu nity Sold 200 bags of seed potatoes Attended the Dlstrlct F F A contest Awards went to Fran c1s Kearney, Cecll Rotgers, and Darrell Bleeker Offlcers Presldent V Pres Treasurer Secretary Reporter Sentlnel Sponsor , Daryl Becker honald Seltsema George Abbas Francls Kearney Leonard Oelmann La Vern Muller Mr Halstead u . A , . . p . . . a ' Ackley and Reinbeck High Schaol in . o 0 0 l 1 . ' 0 o 0 O I O I O I 0 - BG md 19149 ACt1V1tlGS 1950 North Iowa Band Festlval Mason C1ty June 23 Ten Summer Concerts in Ackley City Park Tag Nlght and March1ng Show Iowa Cedar League Band and Football Jamboree Eldora September S1x Marchlng Maneuvers for football games Sunday Concert of Chrlstmas mHSlC December Pep Band at all Basketball games Mlnneapolls Symphony Concert at Ames January Small Group Concert February Concert Band Program March Preliminary Contest for Small Groups and Sololsts Sheff1eld All State Band Des Molnes Prelimlnary Band Contest Hampton Small Groups and Solo1sts at State Flnals Perry h I Ratlngs Clase Day Program May 19 Commencement May 21: Parade for Decoratlon Day and concert 1n evenlng Personnel CLARINETS woRox1e Fossler ioThelma Weber NoBarbara Clawson Shlrley Sessler oMerl1n Janssen Luclle Claassen Sharon Dlemer Vlrglnla Clawson oLauretta Humke ioVerla Janssen OBOE 4oRuth Kaus DRUMS foDonna Schlampp OLorna Kn1ght Norma Frerichs olrene Kr1se CORNETS Donovan Schlegel Evelyn Pohlman Shirley Heltland Donna Wolf Davld Kaus Frances Schoeneman SIXAPHONES 4oMar1lyn Meyer oR1ta Ken1nger NoBarbara Hofmelster wverla Zlnser oDonald Achtermann TUBAS wJoe Steffen Vern Achtermann TWIRLERS Marllyn Meyer NMyrna Khlght, eLorna Kn1ght, wkosemary O'Ha iSolo1st oMember of small group H RNS ioFrances Kaus oMorr1s Ackerman oMar1ene ElChm616r oEun1ce Clawson Darlene Mlller FLUTE oPatty Kroll BARITONE eMarJor1e Weber BASSOON OVerlyn Weber TROMBONES Gertrude Borchers B111 Heffelmeler Erma Jean Freese re, Irene Krlse l State Small Groups and Soloists--Charles City B-.zrg x'Cl'C 'Y 4-.1 ,. en - ..-C Ca Cc .. pn- r- -.- .4 - Q- .fv- -v .fv- ,- ...- ...fv - vw, v- - .f -. ..- .. 1'- .Q .- -y - -Q -. ,-. -., -.Av ...... .1 .. - C .. 4 Ya Cr -- fn- v -..,, op- G--J - C-'P' -1 - Je...g: " .. .,. .- ,- ., Lf.. .. vc' nv' v -we w- .. - .1 ..-..- - 'fu -vw v-A A,- T' .Mu v- v .4 ,- v : I' -. w- ' -- -,. -4 A ,0- 44 4.5. .. ,vu ... .. ..- -.. 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Atl? ewes FOOTBALL 19119 Schedule Ackley Ackley Ackley Ackley Ackley Ackley Ackley Ackley Ackley West Waterloo Hampton Toledo Traer Grund Center Teachers Hlgh Eldora Pe1nbeck Greene Letter Winners L E DUANE HANIG-occupled end positlon, first year out for football L T BILL HEFFELMEIER-a blg 185 lb tackle who made sure nothlng came through or by h1m R G DUANE DIEMER a guard rough and rugged w1th all who opposed h1m He w1ll be mlssed ln the mlddle of the llne L G LEONARD OELMANN a hard h1tt1ng guard who came out for football when a JHHIOT and made honorable mentlon R T MERLE NEVENHOVEN was elected captaln, ranked all conference ut1l1ty man Best game was aga1nst T C R E DICK SICARD went on t play defens1ve end Flrst year out for football R H JOE STEFFEN small speedy back a hard runner, flrst year out for football L H ELMER YENINGER a small rugged back who mlssed the flrst two games one of the fastest in the conference Made the second team all conference F B DARBELL BLEEKLR-one of th hardest l1ne plungers 1n the conference, ranked all con ference back fleld BASKETBALL Although the scores d1dn't show 1t, the Ackley H81dSTS gave the crowdalot of thnlls at the games this year One of the best games o the season was wlth Eldor The game was a close race and the crowd was on it's feet good share of the t1me Ackley gained ashm lead 1n the flrst quarter which lt managed to keep throughout the game he team was out to win and the1r courage lead to an Ackley v1c tory of 37 32 Another h1ghl1ght of the year was the purshase of new unlforms wh1ch were f1rst dls played at the Traer game Members of this year's squad Marvin Rops Paul DeVries Lee Flsher Gene Scallon Darrell Dass Joe Oppold Jerry Thaden Ronald Harken Darrell Bleeker Laverne Muller Ronald Sietsema Darw1n Wlarda Kenneth Muller Don Johnson Glen Bohemann Ru sell hlCht8m616T Coaches Ross Engel Rlchard Bowen C MARVIN ROPS a tall center who played on defenslve, cut off every pass that came over 1m L H PAUL DE VHIES small hui fleld man who played on defense most of the tlme Other letter wlnners wera Jerry Thaden Gene Scallon Russell Bevlng La Vern mller Donald Steffen I 0 lh ' ' ' O 37 ' 6 16 . 7 21 f 19 20 w ' a 0 ' 20 f O , 26 a 6 . ' 6 ' . 21 13 ' ' ' o . T O Q' "' , ' Rated second on All-conference: Dick Sicard 0 0' 'L . O . 0 in' x . ."" X h' Q I ! 0 u" "' . K' -- . 1 ' 2 ' Ckley ckley ckl J hcxley caley Pftcher Cat r r rlr t 5 ecord F Thlrd hortsfoo Center F eld lflc elnbeck Eldore Grlrdy Center 3 BTlStOW Rope, Diemer M Janssen R Harken P De Vrl s L Gelmann J Steffen Bohenenn, J Thaden Steffen, Bleeker fx C' X EJCK Event ard Entrf s O Dash F K arney, E Boy nga Rrlay F Kearney, E Boycnga K Knoll, T Steffen D sh J Anim n De Berg Rel y G Scallon, M as D Steffen, E Boyenga low Hurdle Thaden Medley Relay K Knoll V DeBerg F Kearney, G Scallon 220 yd Dash E Boyenga Football Throw Discus J Oppold Shot Put J Oppold, D Wiarda Hlgh Jump J Thaden, M Hops CLASS D Y PROGRAM y 19, 1950 PTOCCS810nal School Band Nat1onel Honor Soclety Installatlon Cl ss Hu +ory Cless 111 ROXlS Fossler Class PFOPDCCJ Gertrude Borchers CtlV1ty Cup lwmrd lr Ctark rw rd1rg Ba A tball Letters Mr Engel Awardlng Trac? Letters Nr Bowen Band award My Dean 1' F verde Mr Halstead Pep Club 1 ds Mlss Carmlchael Scholarshln vard . . . . , . , , , , , , , .Iy. Stark Band Selectlons auth Kaus BASEBALL T is --Sched1le- ' S '- JC A Q ' 2 IE. C' O 1, O yd. 0 0 s o n u a o 1 , A t 1 P '. ' lO 0 5 - 'G I, , Q' O 'A J, yd. 1 s c s u o n Q n . ' 1 1 4 Y ., o Q 0 ' A 1 ' O . 6 v Us U ' hhO yd. a . . . . . . C L' ' Up 880 Ru . . . . . . . i. Di A Ei . 9 A 0 L. - o o o a L o ' Cxf: 0 s s 0 u ' yd. .J . s Ju I 'I 5 base 0 C 0 0 ' ' 0 I 3 is S A -.f?.SfZs Q l 0 0 .3 . 'n 'Y o ' Base . . . . . . . . . . . . Q Us -1 so 0 0 0 0 ' Q 0 4 0 . n o u u 0 0 Q l s 9 0 Du Dass D. Steffen, Ju Steffen Li' O O O O 0 O O I C O Q l v 0 a s n A O G. . A Q A a 0 . D0 A. Do I u n Q 0 ff?-XXX fxx Ll I ,l uvwxe, , .N -1 X Q ' A f A Ma I . . I C . . I . U . . C . . . U U I l a 'so - L' o o o o o o Q 0 0 0 0 0 ' 0 0 Q u u o' TTT' ' Lv 1' c Q o Q r g , 5 Q 1 'o o o n o o 0 . Q ' ' ' '. r ll A I 0 o 0 0 0 Q o A u 0 u 0 o-- q U f' 3 ' SX 6 0 0 I 0 o 0 0 Q A o .- A . K .J o 0 U 0 4 9 L 9 W Y e 1-1 o s a 0 o 0 o Q Q , , , , , , 1 Fg cu. AT, 9 g Q . . . I iL.'IElT 4 o s 1 o 0 o 0 o o 0 Q 4 v h 'A Ai S , , , A A DATE WITH JUDY Presented on November 19, 19h8 Cast Judy Foster Roxie Fossler Melvin Foster . Duane Diemer Dora Foster Ruth Kaus Randolph Foster George Abbas Hannah Henrletta Abbas Barbara Winsocket Donna Schlampp 00219 Prlngle Terry Shellard Mltzl Hoffman Irene Claassen Ir 'artlndale B111 Heffelmeler Mrs Hotchklss Marlene Elchmeler E1OlQE Hotchklss Rlta FGHlUgCT Mrs Chlutzhammer Gall Cchoeneman Rexford Meredlth O'Conner Darrell Bleeker Susle Fern Huesman Roxle, Duane, Ruth and George portrayed the Foster family 1U thls well known play flth Terry as Oogle Prlngle, Judy's steady Irene and Donna mere her best glrl frlends P111 Heffelmeler was a Broadway pro ducer vhose arrlval brou,ht out hldden talents ln everyone, 1nc1ud1ng Elolse and her dOtlIQ mother Darrell xas the new boy 1n torn whose popularlty was somewha+ dampened by hls small S1StfT, Fcrn Gall was an outraged member of the rTA and Henrletta, the mald, kept thlngs golng THE INNUR VULLY Presented on Aprll lb, 1950 Vllloughby Adams Aunt Hester Aunt LOH1Se Aunt Olga Stanley Clark Mlke Narybelle Turner Trudy Lmrshall Janet Tarshall Carol Martln Cast NOTT1S Irene Donna Sylvla Ackerman Claassen Schlampp Anderson Duane Dlemer Darrell Bleeker Rlta Kenlnger Charlotte Kleln Verla Zlnser Poxle Fossler Aorzns, as Mllloughby, 1S a young man ruled by hls three aunts Irene, Donna and Sylvla Help 1n the form of Inner hllly turns MOTT1- from a weak COd1lV9T o1l svallowlng boy to an average young nan Rlta was the glrl next door who was h1 flrst date Charlotte and Verla dld a good Job of oortraylng the tW1l and FOX1C as tra glrl he wanted all along, b t he cou1dn't get past Ctanlty Darrell ma the shy guy who wound up xxth larybellc Both pl flTCCbCd by lss Dorothea J cob Q . . U l I l f I . 1 l U f I I n n o I O I I I O U 1 0 a Q . . Q i Q 3 0 1 U c S .A . . . Q. , lv, , , , U I I L O I U Q I U I I Lf U C U C I Lv ' I U l U I I I O 9 O l O I . A 2 . . . ' " Q I. . . .1 o r g . , : - I . P . J . 3 . . , 1 . . Ai . '.' 'f . A Q A A, J ' o X , 1 . . . . A n C 1. . V. . ' g o o u Q Q I A 3 I I I C O 0 O . I . . I Q Inner W111y . . . Terry Shellard o 5 o ' O I I Q I l U I . . I ' . . VA 0 s Q Q 0 X . C I I I O J I-1 . n Q n o I U C I I . . I I L4 1 v l ' I ' . 3 . . ,Y . . u x - Q Q . ' , , J' x ' A n ' v ' . ' ' , k ' - 'Q fl ,.. f ' . . . . V . -7 . 1 , AS L1 f V1 1 1 . -I U Af. .3 L. I Q 1 'J S n. 4 .7 . , . , r' U . ' 0 . ,, . I-HWS' . - " in Q. OUT OF THIS WORLD May S, l9h9, finally arrived. we had worked so hard to take our guests NOut of This Wbrldn at the Junior-Senior Banquet. we decorated the gym with a huge circular staircase which led to the clouds. A large gray castle in one corner gave the impression of fairyland and elves and fairies gathered in other parts of the room. Little gold castles in the clouds dGCOFatGd the tables and were used as nut cups. The programs were in the shape of lace-covered silver fans. Duane Hanig, class president, served as toastmaster. He introduced Dean Vietor, Harold Vietor and Mr. Stark, who gave toasts, and Terry Shellard, who bid the Seniors farewell Other program number w re provided by Mrs Halstead, Gail Schoeneman, and the Knight Lwins Vance Dixon's orche tra played for the prom He introduced a new number, UOut of this 'orld,N to top off the evening's emfr tainment THE CINDERELLA BALL The Class of 1950 was entertained by the Juniors at the Junior Senior Banquet and Prom on May ll, 1950 The Juniors chose the theme HThe Cinderella Balln and the gym was charmingly decorated with obgects and figures from the story There were Cinderella, Prince Charming, the Footman hold ing the glass slipper, the Fairy God mother, the Pumpkin Coach, the clock with hands at midnight, the mice and the birds And the castle was there as the central figure, mounted on a hill in center of the gym The tables were decorated with bouquets of rose snapdragons and gardenia boutonnieres which served as place cards Inside the pumpkin coach the guests found their menu and program Daryl Becker, cast in the role of The Elegant Footman, introduced the speakers Francis Kearney, Darrell Bleeker nd Mr Wayne Pos The Three Little Birds sang delightfully and the Two Fairies entertained with two dances Lee Baron's orchestra furnished music for an intermission, Cinderella's silver slipper was search was on for Cinderella She turned out to ler, whose foot fit the slipper Cinderella's was Ronald Sietsema who was chosen by applause V dancing During produced and the be M8TJOF16SESS- Prince Charming U Q x pf H ,W as 0911 f VN s 'e ' . 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L 1 Aug Sept C OV ec Fe dar Apr 1 2h OUR SENIOR YEAR A H S opens its doors Students open books for year Students close books for year Mest Waterloo beats us for flrst tlme ln years Smlle pretty Entlre school 15 shot Hampton becomes a new football opponent F s added up End of flrst s1x weeks enlor glve a high school party Indlan Summer Flve boys mlss school for Natlonal F F A Conventlon Cap't Duny tells hls story of naval llfe Homecomlng Norma O , Frances S , Verla Z , rlde in con vertlble ve tled Relnbeck, State Conventlon We beat Greene as Armlstlce Day A rest after a week 6 up Yeh, no school! senlors play last football game whole afternoon of rest Corn plckers of work Junlors present UUncle Fred Fllts Byn GIVEN two nlghts Only 2h more weeks to go Ackley shows 1ts tuff at basketball Jamboree held at T C Annual Y Teen Formal Prelude to Xmas Ah' A week of sleep, food and presents Play Day at Cedar Falls Glrls show thelr atheletlc ab1l1t1es Al Bell tells of hls trlp to Alaska at SD8Clal assembly Some of the muslc contestants perform 1U concert at old bu1ld1ng Boys lose a close one to Eldora at sectlonal tournament Pops makes lb polnts but the flnal score 15 25 2h Senlors have thelr plctures taken School groups perform at P T A meetlng The sololsts and small groups go to contest at Sheffleld lwelve get I ratlngs Senlors present HThe Inner Willyu Shellard plus whlte underwear Baseball beglns Reps fans flfteen as we beat T C 2 l Muslc contest at Charles Clty Y Teen elects their new offlcers Sophomores throw a b1g party Senlors present BEAM party Annual Mother Daughtex tea Junlor Senior Banquet Everyone is decked outln thelr new formals and sults Senlor Sklp Day Des Molnes, here we come School ends for Senlors Class Day Baccalaureate Com encement The End 0 O O O O . 2 . 9 V . . . 0 1,4 f . . 1 . 16 . 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