Anamosa High School - Blue Raider (Anamosa, IA)

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Hs. ? 5 X S X 1 E S X A Because your devotion, interest and guidance have inspired us to the higher things of life, and because you have provided us with all the necessities of living so that we might obtain our education, we dedicate with deepest love and esteem, the 1952 1953 edition of the Blue Raider to you, Our Parents. After twelve years in school you are sending us forth upon the journey of life. We hope that we might repay you by living our lives to their fullest. Thank You - g 3 FIM ., ,gist - Jw .i g acudy Wem6er5 an 3400! l' LAST ROW: L. to R: Rita McLaughlin, William Stusak, Paul Weller, Lloyd Klinzman, James Fitzsimmons, Arthur Johnson, Max Fliehler, Marie Rife. FIRST ROW: L. to R: Lavon Martin, Janet St, Clair, Lorena Martin, JoAnn Dickens, Marion Rigdon, Ardith Baumgardner, Marjorie Stivers. 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V' 1 2 ,gunna--w--4-"' IW?- 12" nw... JAY' "inns: .damn-sr W x,..4-uv--Q A , ,.,....v,---'-any LAST ROW, L. to R: M. Perry, L. Miers, R. Wright, T. Powell, R. Remington, G. White, L. Ricklefs, E. Ulferts, T. Maudsley, G. Steenhoek, M. McAdams. SECOND ROW, L. to R: Mr, William Bristow, Sponsor, J. Weighels, D. Murray, J. Martensen, D. Pillard, M. Otten, G. Yahnke, I. Payton, L. Ortgies, J. Williams M. Martens, C. Oberg, Mr. Arthur Johnson, Sponsor. FIRST ROW, L. to R: Miss Janet St. Claire, Sponsor, N. Waite, R. Newhard, V. Rickels, V. Taylor, J. Reeves, D. Mitchell, J. Reid, M. Taylor, M. Scanlon, Miss Lorena Martin, Sponsor. uniom LAST ROW, L. to R: D. Keegan, L. Denniston, J. Lowery, G. Bodeker, J. C. Cash, K. Hartwig, I. Hinz, B. Boyles, D. Leonard. SECOND ROW, L. to R: P. Albaugh, A. Benson, S. Landess, L. Bartels, J. Lutz, S. Byers, R, Brady, K. Hanna. FIRST ROW, L. to R: S. Austin, M. Butterfield, A. Harms, M. Lawrence, E. Hurt, B. Gray, M, Brannon, T. Boos. LAST ROW, L. ro R: D. Kula, B. May, H. Rumple, H. Oswald, R. Norton, T. Smiley, L. Teymer, J. May G. Ketelsen, P. McNamara, C. Martensen. SECOND ROW, L. to R: D. Tipton, S. Platner, J. Watters, C. Ortgies, K. McLaughlin, M. Wunder, M. Trejtner, N. McGee, M. Ulferts, J. Leggett, J. Pearson. FIRST ROW, L. to R: V. Ortgies, D. Walker, B. Stimpson, J. Walderbach, Miss Rita McLaughlin, Sponsor, P. Rath jens, E. Patnode, T, Plath, E. Wheelock. LSZIQ 0l'l'l0l'25 LAST ROW, L. to R: L. Humphal, K. First, A. Carlson, W. Hall, E. Eilers, D. Drebelbis, D. Brandt, I. Burkey, W. Heiken, T. Edwards. SECOND ROW, L. to R: J. Hartwig, D. Boos, J. Farmer, M. Chipman, P. Folkerts, Mr. Lloyd Klinzman, Sponsor, K. Hahn, D. Davenport, A. Allen, J. Houser, C. Boner. FIRST ROW, L. to R: S. Grassfield, R. Bray, P. Binley, M. Bowden, B. Cantrell, M. Goetsch, S. Edwards, E. Foarde, D. Hyde. LAST ROW, L. to R: T. Haverly, C. Borkgren, E. Eilers, R. Kellogg, G. Etten, K. Johnston, D. Hoover, F. Dasenbrock, R. Holub, R. Frank, D. Chiodini, E. Butterfield, L. Hurt, B. Hults. SECOND ROW, L. to R: K. Heiken, B. Davidson, B. Grassfield, J. Hoover, D. Englebart, J. Hall, L. Alyea, E. Binley, R. Knight, S. Campbell, L. Jensen, Mr. James Fitzsimmons, Sponsor. FIRST ROW, L. to R: S. Grassfield, D. Hasler, J. Filter, L. Buscher, A. Coonrod, M. Hoover, W. Caswell, R. Hahn, G. Johnston, E. Crow. jPQZfAl7l eil LAST ROW, L. to R: K. Nielsen, H. Martensen, J. Leonard, D. Norton, B. Wegman, J. Miller, J. Walton, G. Potter, I. Wells, C. Lewis, E. Stickley, M. Payton, K. Taylor, R. Remington, K. Taylor. SECOND ROW L. to R: G. Wessels, H. Peet, S. Walton, A. Whear, K. Thompson, M. Loehr, C. Merritt, Miss Dickens, Sponsor, B. Streeper, J. Weber, J. Niles, M. O'Brien, M. Tipton, N. Major, E. Topping. FIRST ROW, L. to R: I. Oberg, L. Zimmerman, J. Zimmerman, L. Lewis, J. Walderbach, J. Russell, D. Watkins, J. Weighels, S. Musgrove, C. Swordes, W. Pearson, C. Smith. TOP ROW, L. to R: B. Holland, K. Hovet, R. Farrington, F. Williams, R. Newhard, R. Campbell, R. Binley. SECOND ROW, L. to R: R. Seeley, R. Butschi, M. Landis, Mrs. Gunsten, Sponsor, M. Snyder, S, Easterly, G. Lowe. FIRST ROW, L. to R: G, Heady, D. Seeley, J. Fowler, L. Fairbanks, D. Moenk, E. Jaeger, I. Sanford TOP ROW, L, to R: M, Goettsch, I. Newhard, R. Boots, D. Larson, J, Tharp, D. Rathgens, B. Benson. SECOND ROW, L. to R: P. Kurth, L. Schoon, J. Leggett, D. Moenk, K. Hartwig, D. Jensen, A. Miner, Mr, Bristow, Sponsor. FIRST ROW, L. to R: M. Bright, J. Soper, E. Stickley, N. Reid, R. Allamand. 18 TOP ROW, L. to R: I. Remington, D, Hartman, L. Bowman, H, Michels, L. Newhard, C. Ellison, D. Spear D. l-loke, SECOND ROW, L. to R: S. Powell, R. Hawley, P, Kellogg, J. Wilson, S. Dayhoff, Miss Rigdon, Sponsor, K, Whacker, A. Heiserman, D, Bickford, J. Behrens, G. Weers. FIRST ROW, L. to R: D, Ortgies, G. Waite, J. Joslen, J. Bunting, D. Senecount, J. Davidson, C. Perry, G. Stanton. HUGH, QQ 2 TOP ROW, L. to R: R. Spragg, R, Cartano, L. Lewis, D. Wells, G. Major, B. Sutherland, B. VanAmberg, T. Blaney, D. Williams, G. Knutsen. SECOND ROW, L, to R: I. Farrington, D. Zimmerman, D, May, D. Monke, R. Borkgren, Mr. Gardner, Sponsor, J, Strickle, D. Cummings, B. Simmons, L. Ellamond, L. Wessels, F. Bishop. FIRST ROW, L. to R: I, Brundidge, B, Lutz, D. Potter, D, Newhard, S. Strickel, J. Bishop, B. Townsend, I. Wells, P, Butterfield. xv? K9 Q X . my . ,J I X ,' um, . W Q r, . 1- 3, aw I 1 ,rl- Wa .-gi' T - . v. 4. , rx :K . Y- v KN., .' -'r' 1 . ,, 'N' .M 5 . gf ,, 'Q 5 -- fe X -.. 9: ' ga. 1 A::....vx.a:z A.. ., :u!.a.'E.1.- ' ' acdlxuui.-,E.uQL L 041 pap., ,Sw LAST ROW, L. to R: L. Husmann, P. Russell, V. Morrissey, B. Knight, D. Davenport, J. Russell, F. Smith, J. Keltner, P. Houser. SECOND ROW, L. to R: D. Carlson, J. Dayhoff, S. Landess, M. Oltmann, I, Tey- mer, L. Wunder, I. Thompson, C. Miller, Mr. Max Fliehler, Sponsor. FIRST ROW, L. to R: D. Burke, M. Pazour, B. Ortgies, N. Hovet, A. Hoke, P. Purcell, J. Potter, P. Loyet, D. First. BLU ape? LAST ROW, L. to R: S. Musgrove, V. Rickels, J. Reeves, N. Waite, V. Taylor, S. Austin. SECOND ROW, L. to R: Mr. Max Fliehler, Sponsor, D. Mitchell, K. Hanna, R. Remington, G. Sreenhoek, T. Maudsley, M. Wunder, A. Hoke. FIRST ROW, L. to R: T. Boos, I. Weighels, M. Taylor, S. Landess, T. Powell, J. Lutz, M. Perry, M, Brannon. 22 .gzwlenf Counci LAST ROW, L. to R: S. Musgrave, S. Edwards, V. Ortgies, Paul Weiler, Sponsor, G. Bodeker, K. Hanna, R. Frank FIRST ROW, L. to R: I. Teymer, B. Ortgies, F. Smith, T. Ditch. Z3 IQHMCLK LAST ROW, L. to R: William Stusak, Sponsor, D. Carlson, J. Potter, B. Ortgies, Rita McLaughlin, Sponsor. FIRST ROW, L. to R: L. Husmann, A. Hoke, M. Pazour, I. Keltner. LAST ROW, L. to R: K. Taylor, L. Seeley, I. Martensen, D. Murray, F. Dasenbrock, J. Williams, D. Pillard L. Teymer, B. English, F. Oltmann, G. Potter, L. Ortgies, R. Houlb, L. Denniston. SECOND ROW: L. to R: G. Etten, D. Keegan, E. Ulferts, J. Miller, H. Rumple, B. May, H. Martensen, J. May, W. Hall, J. Walton, G. McCullough, B. Boyles, T. Edwards, W. Heiken, K. Neilsen, Mr. Arthur Johnson, Sponsor. FIRST ROW, L. to R: C. Boner, I. Pearson, G. Wessels, D. Edwards, K. Hartwig, L. Edwards, I. Walderbach, R. Wright, L. Iensen, C. Martensen, K. Heiken. Z6 LAST ROW, L. to R: L. Buscher, P, Binley, R. Brady, J. Gray, J. Hall, I. Dayhoff, L. Bartels, D. Boos, B. Gray. SECOND ROW, L. to R: Miss Janet St. Clair, Sponsor, M. Bowden, S. Edwards, J. Hoover, K. Hanna, J. Houser, J. Filter, M. Hoover, M. Brannon. FIRST ROW, L. to R: R. Bray, L. Husmann, P. Houser, D. First, J. Keltner, J. Russell, T. Boos, S. Austin, D. Burke. D4. LAST ROW, L. to R: N. Major, I. Weber, J. Lutz, S. Landess, I. Thompson, M. Oltmann, P. Loyet, P. Pur- cell, I. Potter, C. Miller, M. O'Brien, M. Ulferts. SECOND ROW, L. to R: Miss Janet St. Clair, Sponsor, J. Reid, N. McGee, D. Mitchell, V. Morrissey, M. Pearson, J. Niles, B. Ortgies, R. Knight, B. Knight, H. Peet. FIRST ROW, L. to R: C. Ortgies, E. Reid, S. Musgrove, J. Walderbach, P. Russell, B. Stimpson, W. Pearson, P. Rathjens, M. Perry. .,, 65.4 LAST ROW, L. to R: D. Engelbart, C. Miller, M. Pearson, B. eaeeper, J. Thompson, J. Potter, J. Hoover, I. Weber, M. Trejtner. THIRD ROW, L. to R: M. Pazour, N. McGee, J. Niles, K. Thompson, V. Morrissey M. Oltmann, I. Houser, M. Ulferts, R. Knight, I. Gray, F. Smith. SECOND ROW, L. to R: P. Rathjens, E. Reid, V. Taylor, C. Ortgies, M. Hoover, D. Mitchell, A. Hoke, E. Patnode, I. Reid, I. Oberg, P. Russell. FIRST ROW, L. to R: W. Pearson, R. Bray, B. Newhard, I. Walderbach, B. Stimpson, Miss Janet St. Clair, Sponsor: M. Bowden, I. Watters, C. Smith, J. Walderbach, G. Johnston. Q09 Clin LAST ROW, L. to R: B. Cantrell, I. Farmer, P. Folkers, C. Hahn, M. Trejtner, N. McGee. SECOND ROW, L. to R: B. Knight, D. First, M. Brannon, J. Keltner, J. Houser, P. Binley. FIRST ROW, L. to R: B. Stimp- son, S. Edwards, Lorena Martin, Sponsor, M. Chipman, M. Bowden, E. Foarde. Z8 ramaficd LAST ROW, L. to R: J. Houser, E. Binley, F. Smith, M. O'Brien, D. Chiodini, C. Reeves, L. Wunder, I. Hinz, D. Woodward, B. Knight, J. Russell, J. Filter. SECOND ROW, L. to R: B. Newhard, D. Mitchell, J. Weber, I. Dayhoff, M. Oltmann, Miss JoAnn Dickens, Sponsor, M. Wunder, S. Landess, J. Niles, L. Bartels, J. Reeves. FIRST ROW, L. to R: P. Houser, R. Knight, L. Buscher, S. Musgrove, N. Hovet, D. Burke, L. Husmann, P. Russell, J. Reid, W. Pearson. jAeJl9ian LAST ROW, L. to R: D. Carlson, J. Teymer, K. Baker, D. Power. SECOND ROW, L. to R: E. Reid, B. Ortgies, P. Purcell, P. Loyet, Miss JoAnn Dickens, Sponsor: J. Thompson, M. Pearson, C. Miller, A. Hoke FIRST ROW, L. to R: N. l-lovet, D. Burke, D. First, J. Keltner, L. I-lusmann, I. Potter, D. Davenport, V. Morrissey. 29 .1 Jggw, W . I Qs 4 'ff nf ,, st ,A m. ,f ' ' R' Y ' x my . :gg 4 H K., pm:-.g:'ETi? . . I .Q f Q17 ,, -f xg ,Mk an 1wg.'.f,ff: , . smvsfawf ' 'Sw ,Qy,,R,, , , N- H W , .. ' . , A I ,V K ' 'fgmgfggel - - A . , W, . A-1 i, .,., ,. .bf- Q f . h , . i , 3 , ,A i Q Af f Iwxri. A J , - ww A ' L15 , U . , f . QQif3,..,Wf ' 52' , W Nk" " AF' ' ' - .M , ' "" " f , Q ' ax, -:Mg ' ,, 'favs12w!, 'xf N, n, K7 . . ' ., , " lf: ,,,.. I A my . ,. " 1- ..... 1- ' -- ' E 'MA . " fl, W?f"i" - .,,, . .f'1p.,...v,..Z.'lT-'-lAfq.flgl'9 ' ' 5 K- Wixazisw. A HMA- K , . Q - Y HW! K 'We ' ,. K .rf f All "' A y . f . ? 5 A 'A f A H-W' , M 0 gift . '1: -"' 'fu ,rt A ,VI MW, 'W' f V ,i 55S , k J4 A U 3 + ,- I,, is I ,V L f, .Q wg: 11' Q, , A ' fb 1, f X.,, -,-L , 'W' KQ , Q 4 ' - W' ' U Wim ' ir 3 gee LAST ROW, L. to R: A. Benson, F. Smith, N. Hovet, D. Hyde, D, First, A, Hoke, P. Folkers, L. Bartels, I. Russell, B. Ortgies, N. Major, B. Knight, B. Cantrell. SECOND ROW, L. to R: D. Davenport, E. Hurt, C. McLaughlin, C. Miller, M. Wunder, P. Loyet, P. Purcell, Ardith Baumgardner, Sponsor, I. Thompson, I. Potter, J. Dayhoff, C. Hahn, M. Pearson, R. Brady. FIRST ROW, L. to R: N. Waite, E. Reid, M. Pazour, M. Taylor, L. Husmann, D. Burke, P. Houser, T. Boos, S. Musgrove, H. Peet. gm get cm an LAST ROW, L. to R: R. Hahn, J. Reid, J. Houser, R. Knight, I. Weber, J. Hall, E. Binley, B. Butterfield, I. Topping, I. Watters. SECOND ROW, L. to R: I. Walderbach, M. Perry, M. Ulferts, I. Filter, J. Reeves, J. Weighels, S. Landess, D. Mitchell, S. Walton, M. Chipman, C. Ortgies, Dorothy Lazio, Sponsor. FIRST ROW, L. to R: B. Gray, M. Scanlon, M. Beebee, S. Austin, S. Grassfield, S. Edwards, J. Weighels, I. Zimmerman, L. Zimmerman, M. Butterfield. 31 ommercia! fibeloarfmenf LAST ROW, L. to R: B. Ortgies, J. Gray, F, Smith, P. Coleman, V. Morrissey, L. Husmann. FRONT ROW, L. to R I. Potter, M. Oltmann, M. Pazour. 32 eel' Ad QPJ Z?a5LefAaf . . . . . . aroify ciua LAST ROW, L. to R: R. Wright, T. Powell, D. Murray, I. Cash, J. Payton, J. Lowry, T. Maudsley. SECOND ROW, L. to R: L. Wunder, Manager, D. Norton, L. Denniston, G. White, K. First, R. Cox, Mr. Lloyd Klinzmang Coach. FIRST ROW, L. to R: P. McNamara, T. Ditch, A. Ditch, J. Teymer, F. Oltmann, R, Norton, K. Taylor. jfedknlan " 0l'l'l0I'e QUCLC! LAST ROW, L. to R: Ed Crow, Manager, E. Eilers, W. Hall, D. Brandt, G. Potter, J. Walton, C. Martensen, Mr. James Fitzsimmons, Coach. FIRST ROW, L. to R: D. Watkins, S. Carlson, T. Haverly, T. Smiley, D. Drebelbis, G, Ketelsen. 1-I-H .1 --4 rv, , W7 XFLT- 6,90 ..... -Jkfm J X ,gel .M ""-- ' 'FPUQJ ap! fbla A si-0..".2.W.i"i"'-M ff ,H w-gf L vkuf! QU--1 R X will rQwf.qv,A.Z' X ' af' Q hi F w , . 'wr 1 if I, Q Qht-iv' lj! ad: I Q -Ga 5 "' ""' wf"".'L" 'I' I-I I -QF ,' 1- gs W Q, Mr' , f S 3 Q5 5 3 TS o Q BS 'N C if rd! a Ol' Mill .SZIAOOK 306' 3001 LAST ROW, L. to R: D. Leonard, C. Borgren, I. Lowry, G. McCullough, J. Teymer, T. Smylie, E. Eilers, J. Payton, H. Rumple, K. Taylor. SECOND ROW, L. to R: Louis Wunder, Managerg D. Norton, V. Ortgies, T. Plath K. Baker, James Fitzsimmons, Coachg H. Oswald, K. First, L. I-Iumpal, D. Watkins, Ed Crow, Manager. FIRST ROW, L. to R: L. Miers, D. Walker, J. Williams, J. Walderbach, T. Powell, L. Ortgies, F. Oltmann, A. Ditch, R. Norton. unior joofgaff CSguaJ LAST ROW, L. to R: D. May, B. Simmons, L. Schoon, L. Lewis, G. Major, D. Spear, T. Blayney, A. Miner, P. Kurth. SECOND ROW, L. to R: Clarence Gardner, Coach, M. Goettsch, D. Rathjens, C. Ellison, L. Newhard, D Larson, F. Williams, H. Michels, R. Butschi, D. Cummings. FIRST ROW, L. to R: R. Seeley, D. Zimmerman, I. Remington, D. Williams, R. Cartano, L. Bowman, K. Hovet, D. Hartman, D. Ortgies, C. Perry. 37 unior garfefgaff .gyguacl TOP ROW, L. to R: P. Kurth, L. Bowman, R, Butschi, R. Binley, R, Farringron, C. Ellison, L. Schoon, B. VanAmberg, Coach Gardner. FIRST ROW, L. to R: M. Goettsch, D. Hartman, J. Tharp, F, Williams, D, Larson, D, Williams, K. Hover. unior CAeerLac!erd L, to R: J. Wilson, I. Farrington, S. Dayhoff. l L, to R: J. Soper, L. Fairbanks, M. 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I x 'A.,.N jg 55.51 5 :W aff? , '91 il-...fwfyf A Q' d X fx V K f K . I, If qi' Y N - XX K .5 f L T' .vnu Q. - i' J, R10 W" nf 533 N"-www '?.! ?S,D, Q fi? " - .l 'fb wavy- WOBRV !! '54 enior icnic 'f'V'4 4 ,- 3. , Y. 'A 4 ,a' pf ., ' L ' .5 ,1 -1:2 MW , .W 'K 'f 11' f ,- ANP? vff 'I' Ch Nw 451 " -'N ' 3 1. 1 - M: 4 5 a A3 .. f 'AQ JM 66 CLASS MOTTO "Climb though the CLA SS FLOWER Rose Rocks be Rugged" CLASS COLORS azid Ong In looking back upon our joumey along the highway of life, We will over-look the hardships and the struggles and the strifes, When we think of the best hours and think of how they were spent, We will think of our own High School and what its really meant. Rose and White Now the time has come for parting and we must leave these fair halls, We will bid' farewell to classmates, to our teachers, and our pals, We will cherish all those memories and we will always strive to be, Faithful to our High School, We Are The Class Of '53, KN 'Sv Wg NX 'Qc sig X SSS 11 L-. 67 - enior Cfadd Gary Arnold leaves his quiet retiring ways to Jasper Ortgies. Kenny Baker ----- leaves ----- again! ! ! Mary Jean Jackson ----- packs her duffle bag and joins the army. Donna Burke---leaves her puddles for anyone who wants to take time to clean them u . Barbara Bstterfield--leaves her techniques with the boys to Arlene Allen. David Carlson---packs up his pitch fork and leaves for hotter places ---- though A. H.S. was hot enough. Phyllis Coleman ---- leaves with David's typewriter. Ray "Color'blind" Cox---leaves his car and walks because he got tired of waitin for the light to change. Jay Dayhogf--leaves with Marvin for the "Drive -In". Arnie Ditch---leaves his "good grades" to anyone else who is a good athlete. Terry Ditch ---- leaves his steady, Pat McNamara, with a broken heart. Dean Edwards---leaves---although he tried to flunk to be with Karen Hanna. Lee Edwards ----- leaves on a trip to Cedar Rapids to take time to graduate. Bill English ---- leaves Mamye without a classring. Squeaky First ---- leaves her parking place with Fay to Thersa and Tiny. Joyce Gray ---- leaves her loud and boisterous ways to her sister Bev. Ray Handel---leaves his one handed driving ability to anyone with lots of insurance and a girl. Anita Hoke---leaves her kneck for getting "fast crushes" to Marjorie Brannon. Pat Houser---leaves nothing of value as she is taking Ray with her. Nancy Hovet---leaves her parking place near the bee hives so the bees can go back to their honey. Loretta Husmann---doesn't leave---she stays to work in the office. Jo Ann Keltner---leaves her ability to crawl through transoms after food to any other monkey. Barb Knight ---- leaves her ability to get along with the principal to anyone else who doesn't want to graduate. Lois Leonard---leaves all her nights in Stanwood to anyone who can keep up to them. Pat Loyet ---- leaves for another physical ----- she likes them! ! ! Gary McCullough ----- isn't leaving anything unless you bribe him. Virginia Morrissey ----- leaves for T. C. to get her "MRS," degree. Betty Newhard ---- leaves her quiet voice to Cathy Hahn, Catherine McLaughlin, and Mary Taylor. Carolyn Miller---leaves her ability to attract Martelle boys to Audrey Coonrod and company. Fay Oltmann---leaves with Squeak to find a new parking place. May Oltmann ---- leaves to find Fay. She would like a ride home! ! ! Bev. Ortgies ---- leaves--stil fighting with Bob. Marlyn Pazour ---- leaves with a ditto copy of all the files in the office. Mari yn Pearson ---- leaves to become Louie's housekeeper. Bob Plath ----- hasn't anything left to leave as Bev. has it. Joyce Potter ---- leaves with Don as that's all she wants. Dean Power ---- leaves his bike to Delores---her shoes are wearing out from all their walks. e Phyllis Purcell ---- leaves with high hopes to marry Slim. Clayton Reeves ----- leaves---still bumpin his gums. "Tootie" Reid leaves ---- still trying to fini? her glasses that she left in Jack's car Phyllis Russell---leaves her ability to cook to the Home Ec. classes. Larry Seeley---leaves his car to anyone else who wants to send smoke signals. Frances Smith ----- leaves with all her money that she's made while working downtown. Jim Teymer---leaves with double trouble---two girls. Jamia Thompson---leaves so she can continue sniping at the culverts. June Topping, ---- leaves with just a Few love letters ---- Mr. Stusak has the rest. Jack Walder ach ---- leaves all the fun he had on those hay-rides with all the girls to anyone else who can keep up to them! ! ! Dick Woodward ---- leaves his song "Bessie the Heifer'! to Miss Baumgardner. Lou Wunder leaves his innocence to any other faker. p 68 enior 64:54 ,groin ec? Gary Arnold ---- ---------- r unning the "Do Crawl Inn". Anita Hake ----- ------- b ar-maid at the "Do Crawl Inn". Kenny Baker -------- ------------------ rn inister in his own "private colony". Donna Burke -------------------------------- still "stocking" it out back home. Barbara Butterfield---running a used car lot to keep her boyfriends supplies with cars. David Carlson ------- still trying to decide whether to spend his life "collecting" or making a huge fortune. Phyllis Coleman -------------- Clayton and she finally got a car that needs only one driver. Ray Cox ---------- still giving his educational speeches. Arnie Ditch --------- the ideal "hen-pecked husband. " Terry Ditch ---- ------- b oosting his own "private" track team to victory. Dean Edwards ----------- has taken over the Conoco tank wagon. Lee Edwards ---------- still hasn't found his class ring. Hint: Look in the attic of a certain Cedar Rapids home. Bill English ------------- still has an interest in entering the girls in study hall. Donna First ------------ Charleston dancer at Fay Oltman's theater. Joyce Gray ---- ----- s till trying to teach Beverly to drive. Pat Houser ---- ---panhandling in Texas. Ray Handle ------ ---Chief executive of the panhandler in Texas. Nancy Hovet ---------- still hasn't paid back her "debt" to Gary White. Loretta Husmann -------- still playing the field. Mary Jean Jackson -------- has taken over the Morley gossip column. Jo Ann Keltner --------- chief cigarette girl at Ciro's. Barbara Knight ----------- still trying to run down Ron Remington with her car. Lois Leonar ------- running the meat cleaver at Charlies. Pat Loyet ---------- going fishing with her Lem rod and real. Gary McCullough ------- still Ort-gazing at the stars. Carolyn Miller -------- has finally learned how to control measle and sore throat epidemics at Martelle. Virginia Morrissey ------- making a huge fortune writing unsigned letters to the ovelorn. Betty Newhard -------- modeling swimming suits on Miami Beach. Fay Oltmann ------- still trying to locate t e "first" squeak in his car. May Oltmann ------- third girl from the end in Ziegfield follies. Beverly Ortgies ------ private secretary at Plath and Plath, Inc. Marlyn Pazour -------- nearing fifty and preparing for her journey to Kentucky to fulfill her promise to a certain butler down there. Marilyn Pearson ------ kitchen pantry maid at senior play parties. Bob Plath ---- ----keeping an eye on the private secretary at Plath and Plath, Inc. Joyce Potter --------- busy trying to make hay at "Old McDonalds Farm." DeanhPower ------- busy trying to entertain himself typing bows at Delores' hat' s op e. Phyllis Purcell ------- chief doughnut cutter at "Slim's Bakery." Clayton Reeves--- ---- operating bellows at "Ye Olde Smythies" with his healthy ungs. Elizabeth Reid --------- manufacturing glasses so that she'll have extras in case she loses them in cars. Phyllis Russell ------- head typist at Lawrence and Lawrence's Larry Seeley ---------- listening to the winney of his horse. Frances Smith--- ---- still "blotting" up the water that flew in her prison window. Jim Teymer ----- ---- t rying to produce a new play where he can be leading man. June Topping ---------- busy at work in the stamp department of the post office. Jamia Thompson--- ---- chief waitress in "Frederick's Hick House" in Langworthy Jack Walderbach--- ---stock car driver at Ce-Mar Acres. Dick Woodward --------- running "Hank's Harem" at Viola. Louis Wunder ---------- still trying to discover a lock for closets that won't open from the outside. Janice Dayhoff -------- is one of the old maids of the Class of '53. 69 'Gt CW 0 - 'AP .v 71 .ll K, f, t.. 1.17 Q xx Q ffff .151 ".' 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