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Second Row Presley Hanna, Kenneth Humpal, V. S. Lago- Irvin Hovet, Kenneth Humpal, O. A. Rife, Sec Verne Pur
marcino cell, Il. E. Brickley, L. A. Downing
First Row Nerne Purcell, P. S. Robertson, Irvin Hovet.
The Student Council, after being established in the spring of
1949, became an active organization this year. Under the leader-
ship of Don Yahnke, the Council carried on several projects. It
conducted a highly successful dance in the fall of the year, net-
ted ninety-one dollars selling ads for the program used at the Sec-
tional Basketball tournaments and took charge of the Benefit
Basketball Game between the faculty and the business men with
tl : proceeds going to the Community Room. The Council also
undertook odd tasks such as introducing assembly speakers.
The Council became well established this year and will con-
tinue to play an active part in the school life of A. H. S.
Third Row: Paul Whear, Larry Crockett.
Second Row: Arnie Ditch, David Rife, Tre-asurer, LaVe:'ne Roberg, Marion Norton.
First Row: Don Yahnke, President, Beverly Ortgies, Delores Calvert, Secretary, Nor-
man Murfield, Vice-President.
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PRINCIPAL S. WARNER KIRLIN
B. A. Iowa State Teachers
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M. A. University of Iowa
LORENA F MARTIN
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2, 3, 45 Letter 2, 3, 45 Treasurer
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Banquet Server 25 Homecoming
Attendant 45 Wapsi-Hi Herald
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GAA 2, 3, 45 Letter 35 Girls Glee
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La Verne Roburg
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Toot p1ck Carrler
Bouncer at Andy s
Warden s Wxfe
Queen of Burlesque
Post Graduate Work
L1sbon s Mayor
H1gh pressure Salesman
Women s M1ll1ner
L1v1ng at Mont1
OUTSTANDING CHARAC TERISTIC
Sh1n1ng her sax
Wr1t1ng love letters
Conf1rmed Cas sanova
Natural y Smart
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Nancy Watters crlapenfon Auburn Hair
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Mary Jane Brady
June Ann Harms
R1 hard Northrup
Rona d Watson
Max Flleher s helper
undertaker s wlfe
mechan1c s w1fe
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Jan1tor Rockwell Clty
farmer s W1 e
Scotty tra1ner dogs
sawbone s Docj
water boy for John
trustee at Farm I
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Studymg for tests
Quxck tempered people
Bemg h1t by spotlxtes
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Instructors 1n breath1ng
M1ce 1n my ha1r
Datxng d1fferent boys
G1r1s who won't fl1rt
People w1th dxrty clothes
Scarf snatchers on bus
Danclng 1n P T
Gett1ng up 1n the a m
Pet Peeve askers
Lady of the Lake
Fa1lure to beat Dav1d C
Matchles s matchbooks
G1r1s who won't date hmm
Women who take my men
Mak1ng up work
Wallung to school
Burnmg porch llght
Teachers who see me
Boys who tease glrls
Non accepters of Love
Studymg for tests
S orts and anunals
r1t1ng letters to Martelle
Co lectmg mouse traps
Wr1t1ng foremgn students
R1d1ng the bus
Gomg to Montx
Gomg to Montx
Souven1ers from the bus
Golng down town
A boy from Mont1
'lrylng to beat D Carlson
Ask1ng 1rls to dance
Makmg r1ends wxth farmers
Collectlng safety pxns
Gett1ng dates for teachers
Huntmg for pad1ll1es
Collectmg key chams
Carvmg my 1n1t1als
Sw1mm1ng and fxshmg
Collectmg key chamns
Makmg love to nurses
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Ronnre Remmmgton Sharrng a paper route wtth Darlene Kerns
Donna Mrtchell Selling domrnoes at Hawbalser Toy Shop
Gary Yahnke Drrvrng Hannas Orl Trucks for the Conoco Station
Phyllis Albaugh Selling rrfles at Stookeys gun shop
Mary Taylor Workmg backstage in Snow Whtte and the Seven Dwarfs, especially ln
terested rn Dopey
Karen Hanna Workmg rn the steel mrlls of Gary lndrana
Sharla Byers Sellmg handkerchxefs on the Rural Routes
Judy Weighles A model for Aments
Mary Ann Scanlon Drrvmg a taxi to out of town places
George Clark Assrstmg Mama at the Maud Rrte
Larry Metrs Workmg m Monte for a good reason,'-' ?
Darlene Kerns Helpmg Donna sell dommoes
Janet Lutz Drnvmg a bus between Marxon and Anamosa
Jo Ann Watson Head cook at Walton Bakery
Marvm Martms Drrvmg the school bus to Amber
Sue Landess Sellmg Dxck Tracy Comics on N Scott Street
Shrrley Austm Sellmg crgars m Ulferts Smoke Shop
Evelyn Hurt Business executrve for Rushford 6 Co
Marrlyn Monroe Sellmg Clark candy bars m competrtron wtt
John Lowery Cantrell what he rs gomg to do
Gary Steenhock Head artrst at the Alyea Art Studros
Judy Reeves Gxvmg 'crew cuts at Wxllrams Barber Shop
h Marna Gaye
David Prllard Clow Juggler rn Monroe Crrcus
Emogene Tholen Mmmg lront Ore rn the Harbson Mines
Jo Ann Soper Selling Wxlhes Jeeps
Melvm Otten Collecting unemployment checks
Mary Ann McCadms Safety mstructor Her motto "Keep to
Duck Murray Mrlkman. at the Landess Dairy
Gary 'White Stand rn for Gene Krups
Joyce Reid Workmg on the staff at the Journal
Velda Rrckles Lookmg for that certam party rn Langworthy
Charles Hartwlg Head performer ln a circus slde show
Glorra Rathjens A Parts model for Frenrh Bathrng Suits
James Payton Professronal wrestler rn Lutz s Stadium
Vlrgrma Taylor Modeling evemng gowns at Mramr Beach
Don Kula Frre Chref at Vrola
Don Hawbaker A professional 'woman hater
Tom Powell Modelmg for Charles Atlas
Mary Lawerence Workmg rn Coulhours Servrce Statlon
Don Westphal Manufacturmg fur collars for maroon coats rn Pats dress shop
Lotus Wlalraven Sandmg floors for Leggett s
Norman Rathyre Workmg behmd the scenes of the movxe 'Harts and Flowers "
Janet Hart Furnrshrng polrsh for Haskels shoeshme
Rrchard Wrrght Workmg on McCadam1zed roads
La Vonne Bartels Workmg m Albaugh s Cnty Servxce Station in Maquoketa
James Wrllrams Assistant Osteopath at Reeves
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Third Row: Coach Max Fliehler, David Brandt, James Payton, David Pillard, Gary Yahn-
ke, James Williams, George Clark, Don Westphal, Dick Murray, Melvin Otten,
Second Row: Chester Jarouz, Leroy Humpal, Tom Powell, Roger Norton, Lotis Wal-
raven, Gary, Steenhoek, Stuart Mcliinstry, Larry Miers, Galen Keteben, Dick
Driebelbis, Tom Plath.
First Row: Sonny Carlson, Richard Wright, Charles Hartwig, Don Kula, Keith First,
Wayne Hall, Roger Norton, Bob May, James Walton,
For the first year the Anamosa Junior High rolled off to a
flying start in the football season with five wins and no losses. On-
ly two of their opponents scored against them, Manchester and
the Anamosa Freshmen.
Anamosa Junior High 7 Monticello 0
Anamosa Junior High 39 Mighty Midgets 0
Anamosa Junior High 34 Manchester 13
Anamosa Junior High 13 Monticello 0
Anamosa J unior High 21 Anamosa Freshmen 13
The following Junior High boys received letters: Stuart Mc-
Kinstry, Galen Ketelsen, Don Westphal, Norman Rathje, George
Clark, Tom Plath, Melvin Otten, Garry Steenhoek, David Pillard,
Lotis Walraven, Larry Meirs, Dick Murray, James Payton, Gary
White, James Williams, Don Kula, David Brandt, Roger Norton.
lt is appropriate that most football games are played on holler-days. "I got Cuba last night on my radio set."
"That's nothing. l got Greece on my vest!"
'What is the deflnation of a polygon?" I
"A polygon is a dead parrot." "There is one thing l can't eat for breakfast
"What is that ?"
Fourth Row: Coach Max Fliehler, Dick Driebelbh, Chester Jarouz, Dale Walker, D'-
win Wells, David Brandt, Francis Ya-rrinztollf Ed Heady, James Walton.
Third Row: Stuart McKinstry, David Pillard, Gary Yahnke, Gene Binley, Don West-
phal, George Clark, James Williams, Dick Murray, Tom Plath.
Second Rom Tom Powell, Lotis Walraven, Gary White, Gary Stecnhoek, larry Miers,
Galen Ketelsen Roger Norto Don K la
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Hartwig, Keith First, Leroy Humpal.
The Anamosa Junior High Basketball team had seven Wins
and one loss this season. The only team that beat the Junior High
was Monticello but in a return game the Junior High won by a
score of 19 to 10. This made the seventh game they had Won this
Anamosa Junior High Hopkinton 10
Anamosa Junior High Manchester 16
Anamosa Junior High Monticello 20
Anamosa Junior High Hopkinton 16
Anamosa Junior High Monticello 10
Anamosa Junior High Mt. Vernon 16
Anamosa Junior High Mt. Vernon 13
The following Junior High boys received letters: George
Clark, Jim Williams, Tom Plath, Don Westphal, Norman Rathje,
Galen Ketelsen, Roger Norton, Gene Benley, Dick Murray, Gary
Yahnke, Larry Miers.
"How can one gain :weight ?" Don't worry if your job is small and your
"Jump out of the attic window, and you'll rewards are few,
come down plump." Remember that the mighty oak was once
a nut like you.
Kiss stealing is now known as petting lar.
EIGHTH GRADE WILL
Don Westphal leaves hus appetute to Stuart McKunstrv
Gary Whute leaves hus drutnmung abulutv to Keuth Furst
Jarne: Wulluams pust leaves
Ruchard Wrught leaves hus beautuful eyes and dumples to anv gurl vvho needs them
Garv uahnl-te leaves hus sense of humor to Wulber Summons
Phyllue Albaugh leaves her slumberless partues to Sandra Platruer
Karen Hanna leaves her personaluuy to Qhurley C-rassfueld
Ceorge Clark leaves hus Cadullae to Marna Chupman
Evelyn Hurt leaves her vvay vvuth the F lr A boys to Barbara Stumpson
Darlene Kearns leaves the eughth grade boys alone
hue Landess leaves her short fungernauls to Beverly Cantrell
Nlurv lavvrence leaves her fugure to Arlene Allen
john Lowry leaves hus trombone to Davud B'randt
janet Lutz leaves her hugh grades to anyone who needs them
Duck Murray leaves hus Valentune candy to Pat Muell
Jum Payton leaves hus dusposutuon to Duck Druebelbus
Glorua Rathuens leaves her Englush grades to no one un partucular
Davud Pullard leaves hus farmung abuluty to jum May
Judy Reeves lust leaves vvuth james Wulluams
Shirley Austun leaves her cheerleadung abuluty to Patty Folkers
LaVonne Bartels leaves her dumples to Arlene Allen
Sharla Byers leaves her haur to Mary Loehr
Arlene Harms leaves her bashfulness to januce Leggett
janet Hart leaves her devotuon to a sophomore to Beverly Cantrell
Charles Hartvvug leaves hus aruthnuetut abulutv to Lee Seeley
Don Kula leaves hus scuence grades to anyone who needs them
Iarrv Muers leaves the gurls un jefferson to a lonely boy
Donna Lee Mutchell leaves her hlushung to Mary Trautner
Marulyn Monroe leaves her days at Curt s to Patty Bunley
vuary Ann McAdams leaves her posture to Margaret Beebe
Vuelvun Otten leaves hus readung abuluty to james Loehr
Tom Powell leaves hus treekles to Marcua Goettsch
lNorman Rathue leaves hus athletuc abulutv to Galen Ketelsen
Joyce Reud leaves her voluntary reports un scuence to Barbara Qtumpson
Ronny Remungton leaves hus days un hustorv to Ruuth Casvvell
Mary 'Iavlor leaves her sulluness un the eorner
Emma Jean Tholen leaves her love magazunes un her desk
juudy Weughels leaves her smules to Clarene MoCormuck
Mary Ann Scanlon leaves her heught to Janet Farmer
Lotls Walraven leaves hus smule to the furst gurl that comes along
jo Ann Watson leaves her tumblung abuluty to Kay jolluf
Garv Qteenhoek leaves hus vuolent temper to james Summons
Velda Riuckels leaves her devotion to her studies to Bob May.
Fourth Row: Richard Lewis, Ray Cox, Jim Rlfe, Terry Ditch, Bob Haskell, Arnie Ditch,
Elhridge Keith, Denny l-leeren, Harb Orr, Sy Hina.
Third Row: Coach Wayne Grady, Dick Nickels, Clayton Reeves, LaVerne Roberg, Char-
les Metcalf, Don Michels, Wayne Edwards, Don Peet, Dick Woodward, Dick Teh-
beo Manager, Coach Charles Joes.
Second R' n La Vere White, Richard Nortlrup, Ronnie Goldsmith, Bill Lemrond, Bud
Horton, Marion Norton, Dick Landels, Curtis Mcliinstry, Dick Purcell, Don Plond,
First Rows Earl Pillard, Don Yahnke, Henry Pillard, Jim Corwin., Milton Meeks, Paul
Whear, Curtis Bray, Bob Fedderson, Fred Ketelsen, Bill Leonard. Wilbur Schnoon
SEASON S RECORD
Anamosa De Witt
Anamosa vs. Tipton 7 25
Anamosa vs. Vinton 0 Z!
Anamosa vs. Monticello I3 7
Honorary Captain SURT BKAY CSI'-J Tackle
nick PIIIRCELL '
Curt came out as a green boy
5 but developed into a very rough
defensive lineman who slammed
lmany ball carriers to the earth.
He -is on his first letter.
MILT MEEKS CSr.J End
Milt was an exceptionally fine
defensive end, earning his second
Dick called the signals for the
Raiders. He was a very slippery
ball carrier. "Boog" earned his
third letter, and was selected as
utility back on the WaMac All
WILMER SCHOON CJr.J Center
Wilmer won his first letter at
the center position. He was an
accurate center and a good block-
BOB FEDDERSEN ULD Center
Bob moved from Marion.
played rough ball at the center
position and won his first let er
Ronnie displayed his aggressive
line ability in many games. He
has one letter.
MARION NORTON fSophJ End
Marlon was a flne defensive
lineman. He shifted to backfield
ln the latter part of the season,
winning his first letter.
DICK LANDESS Url Tackle EARL PILLARD Ury Tackle
being a heavy boy was hard Earl won his flrst letter He was
move and made a rough de s very tough llneman on defense
fertsnve lineman He won his He should be good next year
BILL LEONARD Ur.J Guard
RICH NORTHRUP Bill, although small, packed a
S Quarterback mighty big load when moving
Rich, although a small boy, was lllinn his Opponent. He von
powerful. He won his first let- his first lille -
ter and .will be good next season.
JIM CORWIN CSr.J Tackle
jim displayed tough defensive
and offensive line ability until
he broke his ankle in the Ma-
quoketa game. He won his first
BILL LEMROND CSoph.J Center
BUD NORTON Ox-.J End
Bud displayed his ability on
punts, field goals, and extra
points. He has one letter to his
Bill proved to be a good blocker
his first letter.
and defensive man. He won HENRY PILLARD CSr.J Guard
Hank was selected for the Wa-
Mac All Conference team. He
won his first letter.
Curt was a power runner for
the Raiders. He displayed his
ability on line plunges and long
passes and punts. Curt is a
three year letterman.
LaVERE WHITE Ur., End
LaVere was a fast end. He darted
through many times to drop the
ball carrier for a loss. He iwon
DON YAHNKE CSr.J Halfback
"Doak" earned his second letter
at the halfback position. He was
a light boy but a very tough ball
his first letter.
DON PLOND CSoph.J Tackle
Don won his first letter at the
tackle .position. He was a vicious
tackler and a rough blocker. He
should be good next year.
BOB PLATI-I CFrosh.J Guard
was the only Freshman
letterman. He was small, but'
should develop into a very
PAUL WHEAR CSr.J Halfback
"Pud" earned his second letter
at the halfback position. He
was a good blocker and very
capable pass receiver.
Coaches Joss and Gladx began fall w olkouts w 1th conchtxon
1ng and s1gnal ch1lls m p1epa1at1on fox the openmg game w 1th De
Wltt Septembel 16 Aftel hald w o1k at Iundamentals stlff
sex 1l'IlHl3.g9S soon beg in Bx the openmg k1CkOff both the 1neXpe1
lenced l1ne and the xete1 in backtleld w ele leady
Dlck Puxcell dlsplay d h1s ext1ao1d1na1y open fxeld lunnmg
ea1l5 1n the season by scampeung down the Slde l1ne to scole the
touchdown that beat De Wltt 6 U 1n a ham d fought game
Ronnle Ve1t of Nlaquoketa bloke the Anamosa fans healts
the next I llfldj mght as he xetuzned a k1ck off elghty flVC yalds
ln the w amng mmutes of the game to defeat the Ra1de1s 11. lu
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mtexcepted a pass and shtheled h1s w ay folty yalds to make the
fmal count 7 oo
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they w e1e stopped bw a hc xx X NI 110011 lme on 1 w atel soaked fleld
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choked once agamst m undefeated T1IJt0Il elexen Bud Nolton
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Score Two ConquestsBASKE1'B-'U-L TOUBNEY
Anamosa sped to its secor FW .Muna
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tory in five games Tuesday mgl' Onslow am
53 to 29 over Maquoketa P-wmv 0 3 B
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Friday in WaMaC Gam
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the left COFDCI' -7261! SWi against Tipton and can hold 1
"Ge i-hr0W 35 Anamo head high despite having lost
minutes and 20 seconds
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caged three charity tosse
It was the highest score An Th F xxlead at 1-he to 55 at the very end of a WaMa
osa has recorded this seaso W to P 1521 5:11312 E overtime period
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the first Q09 Q 40.9 M004 'Ou 'Ord B second pe ATX te wit seven Ric
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P0 ow 8 to H f e thzrd quar ,
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blue and old umm t overcomg, - edde,-,en had Rama. night. Junior high won 23 to 16
for the Raider varsity the handi- 'sconhf with uv' had 10-12 'nip' freshmamvarsity 30 to 21'
caps -of 'an airight Marion defense fd from the right sidelm' and Varsity 42 to 37' -
and the loss of Etgrward Bbb corner and two free throws. Dick G20l'88 Cl2rkS 10 POINTS D
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The Blue Rauder cage squad completed theur 1949 50 season wuth sux wuns and six
teen losses Many of the fellows losses were a result of only a few pounts however
After defeatung Morley and Onslow and beung downed by Montucello un the funals of
the jones County Tournament the Blue and Whtte receuved a second .place trophy the
thus year s athletuc squads and may you thunk of such when you see ut standing un the
The abuluty of the squad was so extremely well duvuded that coach Grady often had
duffuculty un determunung a startung quuntet Thus us proven by the fact that nine boys
started un at least two games durung the season Each dud what he was called upon to
do and un so doung dusplayed varuoug basketball abulutues Bdb Feddersons loopung hook
shot proved to be a defunute threat and was very hard to block None of us will forget
Duck Purcell s offensuve abuluty Duck was lughten,ung fast and developed a deadly uump
shot lt would certaunly be hard to excel Mult Meeks un drive un shots Mult made ten
free throws un the last three munutes of the funal Montu game as a result of attempting
these shots Curt McKunstrys aggressuveness ani reboundung from both boards helped
ummensely Fred Ketelsen dusheartened many defenses by sunkung some unbeluevably
long shots Fred was hampered by a 'wrench d knee from football however as ,Ium Cor
wun was wuth a broken ankle Don Yahnke s stellar defensuve work at the County Tour
nament wull never be forgotten He held Onslow s leadurg scorer who at the tume had
an offensuve average of over twenty pounts per game wuthout a fueld goal We stull con
tend that uf J um Robertson had shot more he would have been a mughty hugh scorer To
show hum what kund of a ball player they thought he was the fellows elected hlm as
honorary captaun for the season Norm Murfueld Hank Pullard and Duck Landess the
other three lettermen provuded for the squad that all umportant factor height Of
course Paul Whear lettered too but dont all mascotg get letters? Seruously, it's just
that Paul played hookey so much he dudnt well let s uust say he didnt accompany the
squad on all uts trups
Third Row: John Hartwig, Denny Heeren, Dick Woodward, Richard Louis, Clayton
Reeves, Jackie Walderbach, Dean Power, Sy Hinz, Harb Orr.
Second Row: Jim Rife, Bob Haskell, Jim Zimmerman, Jay Oltman, Jerry Oelrich, Allan
Rushford, Richard Nickefs, Elbridge Keith, Terry Ditch. Coach Joss.
First Row: Arnie Ditch, Ray Cox, Ronnie Goldsmith, Bob,Plath, Bill Lemrnnd, Don Mich-
els, Marion Norton, Don Plond, Don Peet, Rich Northrup.
TP FG FT MD FTMS
A. Ditch 143 58 23 21
Norton 1 18 49 20 28
T. Ditch 72 30 12 9
Northrup 63 23 17 ll
Michels 44 15 14 19
Plond I7 7 3 11
Lemrond 15 4 5 4
Goldsmith l 1 4 3 3
Plath 8 2 4 5
Peet 8 3 2 4
Oellrich 4 2 0 0
Cox 2 0 2 1
Rushford 2 1 0 l
Haskell O 0 0 0
Rife 0 0 0 0
The Freshman-Sophomore squad compiled an enviable record
of twelve wins and six losses during the 1949-50 season and copped
a second berth in the WaMac Conference. Only three conference
losses, two of which were to conference champion, Marion, were
absorbed. Two of the remaining losses were to the Iowa City and
McKinley "B" squads. The principle contributing factors to such
a successful season included the offensive guard play of Rich
Northrup, the height of Don Michels, the jump shot of Marion
Norton, and the ability of the Ditch brothers. We mixed these in
the boiling pot of the future and think we see more successful bas-
ketball seasons for these Anamosa basketball players.
Tenth Row: Marcia Goetch, Donna Burke, Iris Porter.
Ninth Row: Betty Kula, Luanne Buscher, Cary Yahnke, Clayton Reeves, Charles Met-
calf, Judy Reeves.
Eighth Row: Nancy Hovet, Willa Oliphant, Don Norton, Sharon Easterly, Ray Handel,
Seventh Row: Joyce Hay, Judy Weighels, Dick Watkins, LeRoy Humpal, Glenn Cox,
Sixth Row: Deloris Calvert, Darlene Raymond, Milton Meeks, Don Michels, Sandra
Platner, Carol Musgrove.
Fifth Row: Charlene Alyea, .loan Knighi, Mary Holmes, Gary White, Tom Powell, Mar-
Fourth Row: Mary Anne Nickels, Dorothy Buesing, Lois Brickley, Phyllis Purcell, Jan-
ice Murfield, Janette Weighels.
Third Row: Richard Nickels, Patty Bowen, Betty Hurt, June Hults, Donna First, Ken-
Second Row: LaVeme Roberg, Dean Mardorf, John Lowry, James Rife, Norman Mur-
field, Buddy Norton. l Q
First Row: Eunine Stimpson. Mary T-aylor, Virginia Hein, Marna Chapman, hvelyn
Hurt, Sharla Byers, Judy Reeves.
Drum Majorette - Connie Braun.
This year, as in the Previous four years. the Anamosa High School concert d
marching bands are under the direction of- Mr. Wm. L Stuaak. an
The band activities of this year begin with the trip to the Cedar Rapids Band Feggi.
val on M 21 1949. A th' ' i '
U . t I8 Band Festival the hastern Iowa Band Queen Ls chosen each
Year. Anamosa's candidate was Kathryn McNamara. Anamosa was the first school
band in the parade at which thirty-five bands participated,
The band participated at the Marching Band Contest at Fairfield, Iowa, on Oct. 15,
1949. The judge gave us a general rating of second place but added that the music wha
worth a first.
Next on Memorial Day the band marched from the school to the old city park and
from there to the Riverside Cemetery with the American Legion and V. F. W. joining us
where there was the usual Memorial Day ceremony.
On June 9, 1949, the band went to Des Moines for the State Legion Convention at
the invitation of the Anamosa Legion. The band led the parade as the official band of
the American Legion District No. 2.
At all of our home football games the band played and at most of them put on a
full half-time show. Two of these were accompanied by the girl's Pep Club and two were
put on with the opponent's school band. The band played at one out of town game at
Wiaquoketa when we put on the show with Mauuoketa's band. One other out of town
trip, to Tipton, was conceled because of rain and dangerous weather conditions.
On Homecoming. October 7, 1949. the band lcd the annual parade of floats and ini-
The Santa Claus Parade with Miss Christmas and Miss New Year. floats and an
entertainment act afterwards was led also by the band.
The Marching Band was of especial notise this year as it contained fifty-six pieces.
Fufth Row Left to right Marilyn Lemrond Mary Holmes Gary White Tommy Pow
ell, LaVerne Roberg Buddy Norton, Beverly Ortgues Dorothy 'Ellen Mulluson
Hurt, Mr Stusak Charlene Alyea
Fourth Row Donna Burke Wulla Oluphant Luanne Buscher Patty Loyet Mau-na Chup-
man LeRoy Humpal Don Plond Raymond Handel Don Muchels Multon Meeks,
Glenn Cox Duck Wlatkuns Don Norton, Clayton Reeves Sharon Easterly Betty
Hurt Dean Mardorf John Lowry Earl Pullard James Rufe, Norman Murfueld
Thurd Row Nancy Hovet, Gary Yahnke Judy Weughels Kathryn Muller Donna Folkers
Betty Kula, Richard Nuckels Kenneth Hovet. Bull Lemrond Au-lan Dutch June
Hulte, Donna Lee First Patty Bowen Don Yahnke Dorothy Buesung .Ianuce Mur
fueld Janette Weughels
J H Karen Robertuson Virgunua Heun, Darlene Raymond Evelyn
Second Row oyce ay
Hurt, Eunice Stumpson Mary Anne Nuckels Phyllis Purcell Lois Bruckley San
dm Platner, Joan Knight.
First Row: Carol Musgrove, Jim Corwin, Deloris Calvert, Charles Metcalf, Marcia
Goettsch, Judy Reeves, Iris Porter, Mary Taylor, Constance Braun.
The Concert Band played eight summer concerts on the Court House lawn last sum-
mer and were justly rewarded by a dinner at the Drive-ln Cafe between Cedar Rapids
and Marion and afterward a treat at the Iowa, theatre in a grand 'Vaudeville Show.
The Wamac Conference Festival on Jan. 7, 1950, was held at Manchester again this
year. There was a reed clinic, conducted by Mr. Mark Biddle, Knox College, Galesburg,
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Ill., and a brass cliuuc, conducted by Mr. Carleton Stewart, Mason Cuty ug , -
son City, Iowa. There was as usual a picked and massed band concert that evening i.n
the Manchester Auditorium.
After try-outs in Iowa City Eunice Stipupson and Norman Murfield became mem-
bers of the All-State Band and went to Des Moines to play for it Nov. 25-26, 1949,
O F b. 9, 1950, we put on a mid-winter concert. At which we played not only the
concert pieces we expected to play for contest, but a few modern and Jazzy nuuuubers.
' ' . All th soloists and
Our pre-concert contest on March 31, 1950, was quute extensive e
ensemble partook, playing their contest pieces.
The band this year contains seventy pieces, this is the largest it has ever been.
e is also a second band in the making. They practice once a week and will be
used to substitute for first band members.
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The seven people at the right are the hardest work-
ing .people in this school- iust ask them. The smirk
on Paul Whear's face is the result of his outwitting
Mr. Stusak and skipping annual meeting night after
night. Marilyn Lemrond ls probably thinking about
the fun she had making the snapshot pages. Don J uan,
the editor, however, is sobered by all the trials and
tribulations he 'went through to get our beloved annual
out. To the left, just outside the picture, sits Mr. Stu-
sak, whip in hand. He blew his fuse more than once.
l-le gained redress, however, by .printing the iuicy notes
cn page 58. With the efforts of the staff and Mr. Stu-
sak combined, we finally got the annual out - three
Second Row: Don Yahnke, Editorg Phyllis Goss, Activity Editor, .lim Corwin, Adver-
First Row: Chrol Musgrove, Sales Managerg Paul Whear, Art Editor: Larry Crockett,
Business Managerg Marilyn Lemrond, Senior Class Editor.
Second Row: Don Yahnke, Norman Murfield, Larry Crockett, Charles Metcalf.
Firlt Row: Jan Murfield, Viola Wigger, Carol Murgrove, Marilee Kennedy, Mary Ann
The Anamosa chapter of the National Honor Soc-
iety was establlshed at A. H. S. this school year un-
der the direction of Principal Kirlin. The group whose
picture appears here are the charter members of the
society. Initiation was held on March 17, 1950.
Election to the society is the highest achievement
which a student can gain during his four years of high
school. Election ig based upon four principles: Schol-
arship, Leadership, Character, and Service. This socie-
ty is sometimes callsd "the high school Phi Beta Kap-
1 SECOND SEMESTER
When the second semester rolled around the Jun
tor Class took over the Wapst Hn Herald under the
apt leadershnp of Jan Murfteld Mr Fltehler and
Mxss Struntze sponsored both staffs work From the
Annual Staff to the Wapsr H1 Staff good luck next
fall Dont let rt fall by the waysrde agam
Third Row Mass Struntze Sponsor Dorothy Buesmg Productxon Manager Phylhs Pur
cell Frosh Reporter Charles Metcalf Advertlsmg Manager Assistant, Ehzabeth
Foote Assxstant Typlst LaVerne Roberg, Advertising Manager Assrstant June
Julfs General News and Ass stant Typist Donna Folkers Grade News Duck
Landess Art Editor Assistant Wllma Ortgles Typlst rn Charge Bertha Arthur
Asslstant Typrst Bud Norton Assrst nt Sports Edrtor Wilmer Schoon Sports
Edrtor, Davrd Rrfe Feature Reno ter Mr bln-hler Sponsor
Se ond Row Joyce Hay Sophomore Repor er Carol Msugrove Semor Reporter Jan
Murfneld Editor Connre Braun Assrst. nt Edrtor Mary Ann Nxckels Humor Ed
nor Janette Werghels Busmess Manager
Fnrst Row Charlene Alyea Art Edrtor Darlene Raymond Jumor Reporter Joan Ellers
Clrculatnon Manager Donna Arderson Assnstant Typl-St Nola Townsend Assist
ant Business Manager
Second Row Joy ce Hay Sophomore Reporter Connle Braun .lunlor Reporter, Jan Mur
fleld Typtst Dorothy Wright Assistant Feature Reporter, Don Yahnke Sports
Editor Milton Meeks Asslstant Sports Ednor, Norman Murfleld Business Man
ager Larry Crockett Feature Reporter, Paul Whear Art Editor VIOIR Wlgger,
Co Editor Marrlee Kennedy Co Editor Dons LeClere Assistant Business Man
ager June Hartwrg Column Asslgnments Susan Young General News
Flrst Row Marllyn lemrond Music Departmentg Phylhs Purcell Frosh Reporter Joan
Kmght Humor Editor Darlene Hay Asslstant Busxness Manager Ann Tobias
sen Society Reporter Carol Musgrowe Semor Reporter June Hults Typist,
Donna Folkers Typrst, Mary Ann N1 kels, Typist
The class of 50 whtch has as a whole been
comparatnvely ambrtlous revived the Wapsr Ht Her
ald xn the sprung of 49 and continued ns productxon
last fall under the co edntorshtp of Martlee Kennedy
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Third Row: Ernest Huerter, Emil Ortglea, Paul Eiben, Dale Martin, Henry Pillard, Mil-
ton Mech, Robert Fedderson, Mr. Johnson, John Siebels, Melvin Freeze, Gerald
Huerter, Dean Mardorf, Robert Farmer, Willis Dirhs, William English.
Second Rom Richard Levrla, Igrry Seely, Gary Andresen, Richard Woodward, Rudolf
Ulferts, Allen Ruahford, Ted lhnmert, Kermit Johnson Curtin Bray, I-'ay Oltman,
.lamea Zimmerman, Raymond Cox, Robert Kurth.
Hut Row: Harblaon Orr, Keith Hanna, Dean Ieklvarda, Lee Nwardl, Howard Kurth,
James Walderboelr, Richard Tebbe. Jackie Walderboek, Harold Sweet, Jack Cole-
llonr, John Hartwlg.
Learning to Do
Doing to Learn
Earning to Live
Living to Serve
The Anamosa F. F. A. chapter was organized in 1939. At the
present time there are 39 members. Membership requirements
are as follows: must be enrolled in an agriculture course, must
earn at least S25 from some type of project each year, and must
pay local, state and national dues.
Some F. F. A. projects are milk testing, sow testing, seed
testing, selling seeds, and spraying for fly control. This year the
senior boys plan to go on a fishing trip for a week right after
reaaure . . .
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Vice President .... ........... . . .
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Secretary ..... . ....... Milton Meeks
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How the Great Guest Came
The house of Conrad was faxed for the coming of the Chrxst chlld Conrad had a
vnslon tellmg htm to prepare for the comxng of the chxld God appeared to Conrad m
three dntferent dnsgulses an old woman a wayfarer and a wndowed mother .vlth a chxld
Conrad had given up all hope of havmg hrs vlslon come true when a ray of light ap
peared and a volce spoke to hlm After thus hls falth ln God was restored
Cast Larry Crockett Conrad jlm Corwin Carl Davnd Carlson, Gustav Marl
lee Kennedy Wayfarer Amta Hoke Mother wuth chxld Dorothy Wrnght Woman Con
me Braun Vonce
Mrs Wmthrop a schemmg old woman trned to frame her nephew and keep her sec
retary ln fear of blackmanl She met her defeat when her nephew s fnance appeared on
Mrs Wmthrop had knlled her husband and trled to klll her nephew s france but faxls
Her last escape was the wmdow Dld she or dndnt she? 9 'J
Cast Conme Braun Mrs Wumhrop jlm Corwm Walter Hodge Davxd Carlson
Two old malds who llved alone were extremely susplcnous when a young man cross
ed their threshold and clalmed to be theur cousm Well you can lmagme what happened
Bemg old women they couldnt use guns or ltnlves so mstead they used somethlng far
more treacherous thexr heads
Yes they used their brams nn such a fashnon you d never have believed They act
k d tetched well maybe crazys a better word They acted so violent that
ed crac e or
they drove the young man out of town Then they drscovered that he really was thelr
cousm Poor souls
Cast lune Hults Twzy Phyllns Goss Lulne Charles Metcalf The Man
Thus was a hnlarnous comedy done nn pantomxme lt tells about three young teen
age couples out on a ptcnnc and the trnals and trnbulatnons each one met The three cou
ples were typical teen agers ln thelr different degrees of serxousness toward llfe For
mstance, one couple was very mtellectual another couple were the glrl chases-fellow
type and the thtrd couple were mterested wholly ln puppy love
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Wnlmer Schoon Elbert Dorothy Buesmg Gwendolyn jam Rule Sam
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Lots Brxckley leaves her nights to Dorothy Bueslng
Allce Dxrks leaves her fxgure to Mae Oltman
Arlene En lebart leaves her neatness to LaVanda Heady
Dorothy Hemtng leaves her fellas from the surroundmg towns to Mary K Kula
Phyllxs Goss leaves her creatlve abllxty to john Hartwlg
Allce C-rassfxeld leaves her athletic ablllty to Phylhs Russell
June Hartwxg leaves her Bookkeeplng ablllty to jan Murfneld
Darlene Hay leaves her mmk coat to lrls Porter It gets mighty cold ln those con
Martlee Kennedy leaves Duck Purcell to Donna Burke
joan Knnght leaves her ball bearmg paw to Dorothy Englebart
Dorxs LeClere leaves Twm Tovvers staggering
Marnyn Lemrond leaves her bottle of Peroxlde to Dorothy Husman
Carol Musgrove leaves her Fratermty pm to Charlene Alyea
Walla Olnphant leaves her punctualrty to Don West
Charlene Pegump leaves her dancxng ablhty to Betty Kula
Margaret Pierce leaves her late hours to Dulcle Baugh
Ann Toblassen leaves her nlghts an parked cars on Garnavtllo Street to Kr: en Rob
Alnce Wenger leaves her pretty smnle to Glenn Cox
Viola Wlgger leaves Don vvhen Glenn comes home
Dorothy Wrtght leaves her temper to Pat Bowen
Susan Young leaves her patnence to Marlene Berry
Curtls Bray leaves hrs muscles to Duck Tebbe
Larry Crockett leaves hns unruly hanr to Ray Handel
lrnest Huerter leaves hrs fl'lCI'ldll1C9S to Phyllns Purcell
Dale Martm leaves has hog ralsxng abnlxty to Rtchard Lewis
Milton Meeks leaves his suction to Levvxs Wunder
Norman Murfleld leaves hrs ablllty to play has trombone to Dean Mardor!
john Iearson leaves hns Ionttac to the Htghvvay Safety Class
Hank Pxllard leaves has curly halr to Rhlnhart Topping
jlm Robertson leaves has bashful vtays to Bob Fedderson
john Sxebels leaves hls classy appearance to Wayne Fdvvrlrds
Paul Nlhear leaves has mghts nn Mont: to Wllmcr bchoon QAS
Don Yahnkc leaves hrs curlers to Fred Ketelsen
Bob Kurth leaves Dune Lee Muell to hrs brother Howard
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Dorothy Flemmg LS the mustc teacher at the School for the Deal
Phyllxs Goss IS reparrmg the tombstones she wrecked rn Drlver Training
Ahce Grassheld ts the gnrls l-hysncal hducatxon mstruetor at Viola
june Hartwtg IS a statxon attendant at Fatrview
Darlene Hay LS busy ratsmg httle gardeners
Marxlee Kennedy ts wrmng books on how to get along wtth men
,Ioan Kmght IS the head bookkeeper at the Pontlac offlce
Dons LeClere IS the Lad bouncer 10 at Twm Towers
Marxlyn Lemrond ts the smger wlth Leo and Hrs Pxoneers
Carol Musgrove ts busy rarsmg 6 lnttle traveling salesmen
Wtlla Ollphant IS dehvermg gas for the Firestone
Charlene Pegump rs the hot lunch supervnsor at Whxttxer
Ann Tobnassen ns sttll trymg to fmd a steady
Ahce Wenger IS the supermtendent at the County Home
Vrola Wxgger xs a stowardess on a TWA to Hawau
Dorothy Wrlght xs a barker for Rmgllng Bros Ctrcus
Susan Young IS a General Scnence teacher at Buck Creek
Curtis Bray is the successor to Charles Atlas
,hm Corwm ts the head psychologlst at Mt Pleasant
Larry Crockett ts endorsxng Sanfortzed Growing Pulls
Ernest Huerter rs the receptxomst at the Rltz Carlton
Dale Martm IS stxll sellmg hogs
Mtlton Meeks I5 a lonely bachelor looktng over hrs old love letters
Norman Murheld ns runnnng a harem rn Indra
john Pearson IS a bug game hunter rn Afrtca
Henry Ptllard IS runmng a bus route to Montt
jrm Robertson IS a golf pro at the Anamosa Country Club
John Srebels ts the mayor of Amber
Paul Whear rs the extra joker rn a deck of cards
Don Yahnke rs the Janxtor at Wlest Pomt
Blob Kurth is selling Model A Fords
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Men's and Boys' Clothmg
G1 oceues and Meats
Congl fltulatlons Sen1o1s
IOWAN COFFEE SHOP
F01 Good Eats
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Ce lfll R3p1dS F1nest G1ound
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TAYLOR MUSIC CO
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P93 Ilnst Avenue E
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Health and happlness plus loads of fun B45 06
Is my W1Sh for each and eve1 yone
Of you ln th1s gladuatmg C1OWd mae
We all of course a1em1ghty p1 oud
WIISOH Kouba Owne1
Where you buy fo1 ess
Rahn Jewelry Store
For Graduat1on G1ftS
Stop and Shop Malket
To the Class of 50
Home of Bettel Cleamng
MODEL DRESS SHOP
Ladles and MISSBS
Ready to Wear
Ma1y G1 een
Best W1 hes for the
B1 ady s Skelly Servlce
Hood TIIQS and Tubes
Complete L1ne of
Skelly P1 oducts Sz Accessoues
Phone 209 Anamosa
Con gl atulatlons Sen1o1 s
M H WEISS AND SON
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COAST TO COAST STORE
Apphances Hd1dXKH19 Spmtmg Goods
Geltmde and R0ge1 Watexfleld
MCM3m3l3 s Shoe Store
WALDRON S BAKE PX
Fhmgs Supe11o1 f01
Stan and LOIS
MILLER S FURN ITL RE
Good Luck SQHIOIS
T1y the Dune Stole Fust
to the C' 1 aduates
W ATKIN S
DEV " RTWIEN T STORE
Class of 1990
The Best of Eve1yth1ng
In All Yom Endeavms
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Sales Sz Servlce
Irv1n Hovet Owner
The Frlendly Store
DITCH S FIRESTON E
MILLER S SERVICE
P1 oducts Sz ACCGSSOYIGS
Phone 79 for SCPVICG
COL RAD S GROCFRY
F1 esh Meats Vegetab
Star Brand Shoe
Ball Band Rubber Footu ear
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Westeln Auto Assoc Store
W1zard Batter IGS Davls Tlres
Western Flyer B1k8S
John E Schmmkey Owner
300 W Mam Anamosa Iowa
Nmeucan Petloleum Co
Congl atulatlons Senlors
Anamosa Farmer s Creamery
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THE TWINS BEAUTY BOX
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Raide1 classes have as much
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Indamola s Beauty Shop
Complete Beauty SGIVICG
Ovel Glldnel Ka Hanson
Gene s Qulck SBIVICC Lunch
Han1bu1ge1 s Tende1lo1ns
By Them By The Stack
'1 ahe Them 1n a Sack
MICHEL IMPLFMFNT CO
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