Armstrong High School - Tiger Yearbook (Armstrong, IA)
- Class of 1953
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We the Seniors of 1953 do sincerely dedicate this edition of the Tiger to Mr. Ortmeyer whose
untiring efforts and unfailing loyalty to his students has endeared him to all those who have come in con-
tact with him.
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BOARD of eoucatlon
Left to right: John O'Nei11, Pres.
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Barber, C eryl Gaarde, Mary Ellen Peterson, Lyndon Opsal, Vic Horswell.
President --- --------- Jerry Laffey
Vice President --- ---- Mary Ellen Peterson
Sect-n'eas. ---- ---- I on Barber
Faculty Advisor --- ---- Mr. Bogard
The student senate has been kept this year with many tasks facing them. There were sev-
eral changes in the student senate, especially noticeable was the decrease in number. After the
election of officers, the group began to work earnestly for the welfare and betterment of the
high school. One of the first decisions this organizations made was the selection of cheerlead-
ers to support the basketball teams. Along with the student senate sponsored the advanced sales
of athletic tickets and held a contest between the four grades in highschool with a refund given
to the winning class. The Student Senate has taken an active part in community affairs this
year by helping the Kiawanis and the Farm Bureau with a voting booth and directing a tour
through the school building during American EducationWeek. The group also planned and spon-
sored two all high school parties, several assembly programs with student participation, and the
annual ping pong tournaments, featuring mixed doubles for the first time. Special holidays
have been remembered by the student senate in the form of assembly programs with outside
guests as speakers and by decorating the high school assembly. The Student Senate is an organ-
ization that any member can be proud of and is recommended highly by this years members.
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Officers- Mary Ellen Peterson ---------------------- President
Jon Barber ---------- -- Vice President
Marilyn Burt -- - -- Secretary
Eyvona Jensen --- -- Treasurer
Miss Morse ---- -- Sponsor
Motto: "We climb tho' the rocks be rugged. "
Flower: Red Rose
Colors: Green and White
Dr. Lindholm M. D. A. L. Cleaners
Pierce Electric Co. Huxtable Drugs
Marilyn Mildred Burt:
fBirdiej "What a dull world
this would be if there weren't
any men!" Birthday: Feb-
ruary 21, 1935. Activities:
AnnualStaff1 . Glee Club 4,
Girls Trio 1 . Mixed Chorus
2. Band4. Pep Band 4. Class
Officer 2. Student Senate 1 ,
Drama Play 2. Junior Class
Play 1. Assistant Student
Director 2. Basketball 1.
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Jean Thomas O'Neill: fOatmealj "I'm so dainty! "
Birthday: April 16. 1935.
Activities: Basketball 4.
Baseball 4 . Class Officerl .
Student Senate 2. Annual
Staff 1. Paper Staff 3. Jun-
ior Class 1. Drama Play 1.
Harry Lorenzo Helgason: qHelgiey 'School life is sure
boring , but the outside activ -
ities ---- Wow!" Birthday:
March 30. 1934. Activities:
Annual Staff 1. Boy's glee
club 3. Mixed Chorus 1.
Dona ld Loren Looft:
fDonniej 'Speaking of the
girls running around the
school ---- I've seen them
all!" Birthday: March 6.
1933. Activities: Annual
Staff 1. Basketball 2. Base-
ball 4, ClassOfficer 2, Glee
Club 4, Mixed Chorus 2,
FFA Officer 1. Junior Play
1, Drama Play 1.
Leon Lauren Nelson:
qLeej "Quiet. reserved and
also shy .... there's more to
this than meets the eye!"
Birthday: February 2, 1936.
Activities: Basketball 1
Baseball 2, Annual Sraffl
Eyvona Rae Jensen:
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Uennyj "I like that .... with
a southern drawl! " Birthday:
December 18. 1935. Act-
ivities: Annual Staff 1 .Glee
Club 4, Mixed Chorus 1,
Band 4. Pep Band 4, Class
Officer 2. Drama Play 2.
Junior Class Play 1. Paper
Staff 1. Brass Ensemble 1,
Mary Ellen Peterson:
fPetej "Quiet? You should
know her better!" Birthday:
January 18. 1936. Activi-
ties: Glee Club 2, Annual
Staff 1, Paper Staff 3, Class
Officer 2, StudentSenate 1,
Basketball 4, Junior Play 1,
Drama Play 2.
Jon Edwin Barber:
Uony "He shifted his brain
into neutral and let his ton-
gue rattle on!" Birthday:
January 10, 1935. Activi-
ties: AnnualStaff1 . Student
Senate 1. Class Officer 2.
Johnnie Fred Cheever: Uohnniey "Women, I can
take them or leave them..
But mostly take!" Birthday:
June 3. 1935. Annual Staff
1.1 Baseball 1.
W1ll1amEdwardE1senbacher: fBillyj "I like work,
I can sit and look at it for
hours!" Birthday: March 1.
1934. Activities: Annual
Staffl. Glee Club 4. Base-
Har1anHenryK1nnanderg QHarLiej ".I'm not lazy,
I'm just not in a hurry!"
Birthday: Au ust 7. 1935.
Activities: Basietball 3, An-
nual staff 1. Band 3, FFA
Officer 1. Pep Band 2, Sax
Janice Marilyn Thorson:
Uany " Always there to lend
a helping hand!" Birthday:
November 11, 1935. Acti-
vities: Basketball 4. Annual
staff 1. ClassOfficer 1, Stu-
dent Senate 1. Glee Club 2.
Band 4. Pep Band 4, Brass
Sextet 4. Quintet 1, Paper
Staff 2-, Girls Trio 1, Junior
RheaIeann1neHorswell fllorsetaily "She lives in
the country and from what I
hear she really gets around! "
Birthday: November 19.
1935. Activities: Annual
staff 1. Glee Club 4. Band
4, Pep Band 2, Student Di-
rector 2, Flute Quartet 3,
Flute Solo 4, Class Officer
Plays 2. Sextet 2, PHPCT
Staff 4, Mixed Chorus 2-
Nancy Muriel Hudson:
Janice Paulina Hudson:
QNany "I'm not bashful, l'm
just quiet." Birthday: July
28,1935. Activities: Glee
Club 1, Annual Staff 1.
QMangery "Lead me not in-
to temptation, but show me
where it is!" Birthday:
June 23, 1934. Activities:
Annual Staff 1. Girls Glee
Club 1, Vocal Solo 1, Bas-
ketball Manager. 1.
Text Book Sale, Registration
Fall Testing Program
Fall Testing Program
F. F. A. Judging Team to
Clay County Fair
.Tudcging Team to Dairy
Senior Pictures Taken
Marching Band Contest
Mr. Hamilton Spoke to Students
Auditions for All State
Mass Band Festival at Lakota
Junior Class Play
Junior Class Play
All High School Party
Band Talent Program
All State Music Festival
Al Bell Program
Russ Charles, Magician
Terry Golden, Ballad
Annual Sunday Concert
One Act Plays
'Popular Music" Program
Preliminary Speech Contest
At Buffalo Center
Rev. Polovina S ke to Students
Forest City BanJxClinic
Grade Solo Contest At Estherville
3. Vocal Concert
7. Sub District Speech Contest
13. Junior High Operetta
16. District F. F. A. Contest
23. District Speech Contest
24. Music Concert
27. Preliminary Music Contest
28. Preliminary Music Contest
F. F. A. District Contest and
Convention at Eagle Grove
'7. All High School Party
10. SENIO SKIP DAY
16. F. F. A. State, Des Moines
17. E. F. A. State, Des Moines
Senior Class Play
18. F. F. A. State, Des Moines
Senior Class Play
20. State Speech Contest
21. Music Concert
25. Final State Music Contest
2. Final State Music Contest
8. Eighth Grade Dinner
16. Junior and Senior Banquet
19. P. T. A. Awards Night
22. Senior Examinations
24. Baccalaureate Sunday
26. Semester Examinations
27. Semester Examinations
End of 1952-1953 School Year.
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As Seniors of 1953, we are a happy group of 15 members. We will try and take you on a tour of the lives of
our jungle friends through our school years.
In the fall of 1940 ,Jon Barber, MarilynBurt, Harry Heligason , Rhea Horswell, Janice Thorson, andlean O'Neill
started Kindergarten as scared little pupils. We all enjoye our teacher, Miss Lawton.
In first grade, 1941, we were happy to add to our group Eyvona Rae Jensen, and Mary Ellen Peterson. We
were all thrilled on our first train ride to Maple Hill, whic our teacher, Miss Fear took us on. That was one of the
big highlights of that year.
Durin our second grade year, we added another pupil to our class. This boy is known as Leon Nelson. We
had as our teacher this year Miss Skogard. We were getting pretty used to school now and really thought we were
We had the same class in third grade with Miss Dushinski as our teacher.
Harlan Kinnander was the new addition to our class in fourth grade, with Mrs. Haworth as our teacher.
Miss Johnson was our teacher in fifth grade. During this year we added another new member. This boy had the
name of Johnnie Cheever.
Sixth grade marked a new experience for us. This was our first year in Jr. High. We were all scared as could
be but got a ong pretty well guided by Mrs. Slaba, our principal along with Mrs. Haworth and Miss Miller.
In seventh grade we added another new member. This tall boy is known to us as Billy Eisenbacker. We also
obtained two new teachers, Mr. Powers and Mr. Campbell.
Eighth Grade marked an important year in our Jr. High life. Donald Looft was a new member this year. We
had many important events, one of which was our Eighth Grade banquet. But the most important one that will always
remain in our mind is the Ei hth Grade Graduation. For graduation we went to Estherville and received our diploma
from Mr. Berryhill, Supt. og Schools.
G High School was next. We entered as green and mean freshman. The High School principal this year was
Miss Sessler. We were so scared we didn't no which way to turn. It seemed to us the upper classmen was shoving us
all over. In our freshman year we were able to enter into more activities such as glee club. mixed chorus, Student
We finally made the year and entered into 10th grade or better known as the Sophomore class. We had Mr.
Bentz as principal this year.
Our Junior Year was a very exciting one. We got our graduation rings during this year. This was our first ex-
perience in Dramatlcs also. We had a lot of fun putting on the Jr. play entitled "Act Your Age." We also had the
greatprivilege of putting on a dramatic play of 'Gray Bread' . This play included four of us Junior :girls and a prom-
ptor. We got to take 'Grey Bread" to Drake University at Des Moines to a play festival. We ha a lot of fun and
received a Excellent rating on it. Another important event of ourJunior Year was the Junior and Senior Prom. Our
theme for this banquet was 'A Garden of Friendship." We worked very hard on this and made it a great success.
Mt. Bogard was our principal this year.
Our graduation pictures were the first important event. Shortly after we had these taken we started on our
annual. T e next event was the one act drama plays. These plays included "Lily," 'Broken Rehearsal," and 'Bal-
cony Scene." 'Balcony Scene' was chosen to go to contest which was held at Bufflo Center. They were very fort-
unate to get a second rating.
Skip day, which was April 10th, took us to the Ice Follies at Minneapolis, Minnesota. This was the most
entertaining event in the lives of the Seniors. Our Class play which was "Drums of Death," This play was presented
April 1"lth and 18th. Our Junior and Senior Prom was also a very memorable event in our lives. The theme of this
was 'Rose Festival." This was also a very successful banquet and we enjoyed it very much. We sincerely want to
thank the Juniors for the very nice banquet.
Baccalareate and Commencement concluded thirteen years of happy school life for the Seniors of 1953.
He's still-at it,
Marilyn's a success.
A movie star.
She's getting sick,
This young marx's future,
As you see---
"It all dependsn'
Billy is famous.
This is no laugh.
As head of---
The army K. P. Staff.
Harry He lgasong
Harry is working,
Not on the side.
He digs ditches,
Rhea as a girl
Was never seen,
On a corner
Has taken the cue.
As assistant to Einstein
At Princeton U.
One for the money
Two for the show
Get ready Seniors
Here we go!
The end of the story
Is sad as can be,
They're taking us off
Eyv onna Jensen:
Eyvonna's a champ,
She's got the stuff.
As a lady wrestler,
She's really tough.
Has faced the facts.
He's become a solist
With his sax.
Dona ld Looft:
Had this sad fate.
He's a busy man,
With a family of eight.
With a squeel and a howl
At a very fast rate.
Leon and his taxi cab
Plow through the Golden Gate
Jean made a fortune
In his own way,
As manufacturer of---
Mary Ellen Petersen:
Where's the murder?
What's the clue?
Mary Ellen's a detective,
Her nose is too!
Once a fan,
Then star on the team.
Now coach of Minn. Lakers--
She's really on the beam.
theclass will oll 1953
We, the Seniors of 1953, of the city of Armstrongl, of the county of Emmet, of the State of Iowa, the Tall
Corn State, being of unsound mind, of weak heart and aving but a few short hours to dwell among the horrors of
the trials and tribulations of our high school days, and being on the verge of departing for realms unknown, do make.
publish, and declare this to be our last will and testament.
Jon Barber, will my long curly hair to Eddie Helgason.
Marilyn Burt, will my sense of humor and my excess men to Karon Questad to help add to her collection.
Billy Eisenbacher, will my heighth to Marie Sandt. whom I think could use it.
Rhea Horswell, will my musical ability to Louise Guerdet. .singing mostly.
We, Johnnie Cheever and Donald Looft, will our ability to handle women to John Fothergill and Bob Peterson.
Harry Helgason, will my masculine build to Janet Thackery.
Nancy Hudson, will my quietness to PistolPete, better known as Jack Schultz.
Janice Hudson, will my black hair to LaDonna Porter to make a beautiful color.
Eyvona Jensen, will my big earrings to Marilyn Porter to add to her collection.
Jean O'Neill, will my tiny feet to all the Junior Class because there is plenty to go around.
Leon Nelson, will my wandering around the school house Qand else wherej to Jerry Laffey.
Mary Ellen Peterson, will my cute freckles and long nose to Judy Kingston.
Harlan Kinnander, will my straight A's and my excess weight to Dick Johnson.
Janice Thorson, will my ability to play basketball to I.aVonne Pederson.
We, Eyvona Jensen and Marilyn Burt, will our sense of humor together and our inseperable
Mitchell and Betty Redhead.
Billy Eisenbacher, will my singing ability to Joy Place to help her out.
Jon Barber, will all my rings to Jane Cheever to add to her collection.
Johnnie Cheever, will my dancing ability to long Jon, Better known as Wayne Hoffmeyer.
Rhea Horswell, will my back swing to Bernard Verbrugge to help out.
Mary Ellen Peterson, will my long legs and ability to get around fast to Joan Cornwell.
Leon Nelson, will my ability to talk my way out of trouble to Roger Larson.
Janice Thorson, will my collision insurance to Pretty Walters. . .just in case he needs it.
Harlan Kinnander, will my fast talking and reading to Doris Verbrugge.
Donald Looft, willmy interests in Ceylon and Blue Earth to Harvey Schroeder.
Jean 0'Neill, will my corny wise cracks to Bob Schwartz to use in the show and in study hall.
friendship to Serle
As we leave, we desire to will in addition to the above, our seats by the dark west wall of the assembly to
all the Juniors. To the Sophomores and Freshman, we leave our old papers to copy and the secrets of our success.
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Junior Class Officers
Treas., Bob Schwartz, Vice President, LaDonna Porter, President, Doris
Verbrugge, Secretary, Betty Redhead.
BACK ROW: Bernard Verbr
Roger Larsen, Wayne Hoffmeyer, Jack Schultz, Bob Schwartz.
SECOND ROW: Louise Guerdet, Karen Questad, Doris Verburgie, Janet Thackery, Lavonne Pedersen, Judy
KinFston, Joy Place, LaDonna Porter, Betty Re ead Jane Cheever.
FRONT ROW: S er e Mitchell, Marilyn Porter, Eddie Helegason, MilssBil1ings, Harvey Schroeder, Joan Corn-
well. Marie Sandt.
ugge, Jerry Laffey, Pretty Walters. Bob Petersen, Dick Johnson, John Fothergill,
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Jack Richmond President, Barbara Richmond Secretary, Billy Peterson Treasurer,
Cheryl Gaarde Vice -President
Gayle Peterson, Marlene Peterson, Stanley Horswell, David White, Billy Peterson, Mr.
Knapp, Miss Kruel, Robert Leach, Arlo Jones, Jack Richmond, Roger Place, Don Schroeder.
SECOND ROW: Roger Lindell, Clifford Larsen, Cheryl Gaarde, Arden Sabin, Helen Williams, Barbara Red-
head, Elgean Anderson, LaVonne Fretty, Richard Krumm, Barbara Richmond, Kathryn Rovn.
FIRST ROW: Dwight Dolf, Joan Cheever, Roberta Hansen, Don Kinnander, Joe Eisenbacher, Doris Quam
Donald Bergeson, Bill Champney.
FRESHMAN CLASS OFFICERS
STANDING: Vic Horswell--President
SEATED: Cherie Kingston, Secretary
Lyndon Opsal, Vice-Pres. , Jean Rockne, Treas.
Carol Rieffer, Dale Schumacher, Cherie Kingston, Chester Dunn, Dick Larson, George Fother-
gill. Mr. Holdren, Diane Robinson, Karon Homsey, Joe Madden, Jerry Jacobs, Duane Fetters,
John Conn, Don
Jean Ann Wilson, Lyndon Opsal, Marilyn Hayworth, Vic Horswell, Helen Cheever, Marilyn
Halverson, Karen,Thiesfield, Marlene Askeland, Charlene Gangstead, Patty Gouchanour, Judy
Schwartz, Jean Rockne, Janice Verbrugge, Merna Nieman, Garry Love,
Carol Halverson, Maxine Hypes, Dorthy Cassem, Loretta Jensen, Janet
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BASKETBALL SPORTS CALENDAR OF EVENTS
Girls Jamboree, Lakota
4'7 14, Gruver There
48 18. Boys Jamboree, Swea
28. Swea City Here
44 52. Burt Here
61 5. Titonka There
35 9. Ledyard Here
28 13. Thompson There
63 16, Lakota Here
58 19, Cylinder There
48 23. Gruver Here
Burt There 45 6. Swea City There
County Tour. Ringsted 54 9, Burt There
Sectional Tour. Doll, 42 13. Titonka Here
Sectional Tour. Grant 59 22. County Tour. Est. B.
Consolation Ringsted 52 25. County Tour. Doll.
30, Ceylon There
Titonka Here 52 6. Cylinder Here
Cylinder Here 56 10. Thompson Here
Thompson Here 38 13. Lakota There
Lakota There 48 21. Sectional, Buffalo C
Ledyard There 28. Ledyard There
BASEBALL SPORTS CALENDAR OF EVENTS
Sept. Bancroft 5 8
Sept. Burr 2 '7
Sept. Sectional Tournament, Dolliver 11 4
Sept, Sectional Tournament, Grant 11 1
Sept. Sectional Tournament, Ledyard 6 5
Sept. District Tournament, Arnolds Park 9 lg
Ledyard , 5
BACK ROW: Bernard Verbrugge, Arlo Jones, Don Looft, Jean O'Neill, William Eisenbacher, Bob Peterson,
Roger Larsen, Wayne Hoffmeyer, Jack Schultz.
FRONT ROW: Leon Nelson, Betty Redhead, Karen Qxested, Mary Ellen Petersen, Janice Thorson, La Donna
Porter, Bob Schwartz.
Cheerleadersg Left to Right,
Helen Williams, Roberta Hansen, Karen Theisfield, Marie Sandt.
BACK ROW: Bob Peterson, Arlo Jones, Jean O'Neill, Billy Eisenbacher, Bernard Verbrugge, Don Looft, Roger
Larsen, Coach Holdren.
MIDDLE ROW, Duane Fetters, Leon Nelson, Bob Swartz, Jack Schultz, Joe Madden.
BOTTOM ROWg Vic Horswell, Clifford Larsen, Bill Champney, John Conn, Dick Krumm.
Left to Right, Jean O'Neill, Bob Schwartz, Jack Schultz.
Harold Lux ---- ----- ----- S ta ndard Station
FRONT ROW-Carol Riefer, Roger Lindell, Vic Horswell, Roger Place.
MIDDLE ROW-Bob Schwartz, Arden Sabin, Dwayne Fetters, Jack Richmond, Clifford Larsen, Dick Johnson,
Bernard Verbrugge, Leon Nelson, Wayne Hoffrneyer, Jack Schultz.
BACK ROW-Bo Peterson, David White, Harlan Kinnander, Jean O'Neill, Mr. Holdren, Arlo Jones, Roger
Larsen, Joe Madden, John Fothergill.
Left to Right: Arden Sabin, Harlan Kinnander, Arlo Jones, Dwayne Fetters,
Bernard Verbrugge, Mr. Holdren, Leon Ne1son,I ean O' Neill, Roger Larsen, Wayne
Hoffmeyer, Bo Schwartz, Jack Richmond, Jack Schultz.
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BACK ROW--Janice Hudson, Cheryl Gaarde, Barbara Redhead, Judy Kingston, Cherie Kingston, Mary Ellen
Peterson, Janice Thorson, Doris Verbrugge, Diane Robinson, Karen Questad, LaDonna Porter, Miss Chapman.
FRONT ROW--Karen Thesfield, Roberta Hanson, Maxine Hypes, Marlene Askland, Joann Cheever, Mr. Hinkley,
Dorthy Cassem, Betty Redhead, Charlene Gangstead, Marilyn Haworth.
Mr. Hinkley, Mary Ellen Peterson, Janice Thorson, LaDonna Porter, Karen
Questad, Betty Redhead, Joann Cheever.
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BA SEBALL HEADLINES
With only four lettermen returning this year, the baseball team performed better than expected. We
were very fortunate to win the Sectional Tournaments over Ledyard. We were very unfortunate, however, to
lose out in the District to Arnolds Park. O'Neill and Scultz shared the mound duties. Schwartz completed the
battery behind the plate. Bill Eisenbacher was the surprise of the year for his excellent hittings. Jean O'Neill
led the pitching staff with a 3-3 record.
The batting averages were as follows: Donald Looft . 352, Jean O'Neill . 333, Bill Eisenbacher . 321,
Bernard Verbrugge . 394, The total games won during the season were 3 and the losses were 4.
BA SKETBALL HEADLINES
The Armstrong Tigers had a mediocre season. It was a young team with only four letterrnen returning.
Sickness plagued the team throughout the year. They were only full strength for about six games. They were
lost to Buffalo Center in the finals of the Sectional Tournaments by three points. The players receiving honors
during the season were Jack Schultz and Arlo Jones. Both were named to the first all County Team. Wayne
Hoffmeyer was given honorable mention. Of the squad, only two will be graduating this year, so we will have
a good start for the next year.
The Arrnsuong girls had what seemed to some people a poor season but when you take into consideration
the competition it is self explanatory. The girls worked hard all season and played good ball but just couldn't
come out on the right end of the score very often. They showed great improvement during the last part of the
season by winning their first game in their sectional, although they lost to Grant in the Semifinals., To wind
up the season the girls lost a close one to Lakota, the Conference Champions. During the season the girls were
out scored, but were never out fought.
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White, Dick Johnson.
Calvin Porter, Don Kinnander, Vic Horswell, Don Schwartz, Roger Lindell, Betty Ann MacCorkle, Betty Mclntire, Ann Horswell, Duane
Fleming, Robert Henrickson, Vernon Cordeman, Gaylord Plath.
LaDonna Porter, Jack Schultz, Bob Schwartz, Dinae Robinson, Cheryle Gaarde, Barbara Redhead, Doris Verbrugge, Norma Hanson, Roberta
Dinana Daris, Maxine Hypes, Harold MeElwee, Carol Harlverson, Jeanne Rockney, Betty Redhead, Janet Halverson, Kay Fitzgerald, Judy
Davis, Barbara Looft, Mr. Harris, Director. '
Marilyn Haworth, Dorothy Cassem, Janice Verbrugge, Kathryn Rovn, Ronald Henrickson, Norma Anderson, Marilyn Burt, Rhea Horswell,
Karen Homsey, Sandra Slaba, Barbara Richmond, Marlene Askland, Louise Guerdet.
BOTTOM ROW--Karen Thesfield, Diane Grabinoski, Kathryn Thiel, Karen Tweedt, Marlys Wilson, Dolores Richmond, Karen Questad.
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White, Dic Johnson, Joe Madden
Ronald Henrickson, LaDonna Porter, Jack Schultz, Bob Schwartz, Don Kinnander, Don
Schwartz, Judy Davis
Maxine Hypes, Vic Horswell, Kathryn Rovn, Janice Verbrugge, Dorothy Cassem, Cheryl
Gaarde, Barbara Redhead, Judy Kingston, Louise Guerdet
Diane Robinson, Janet Halverson, Betty Redhead, Marilyn Burt, Rhea Horswell, Director,
Karen Homsey, Doris Verbrugge, Barbara Richmond
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Janice Thorson, Bob Peterson, Gean Ann Wilson, Joy Place, Eyvona Jensen, Dick Johnson, Joe Madden
Ronald Henrickson, Vic Horswell, Dorothy Cassem, Don Kinnander, Bobby Henrickson, Vernon
Cordeman, Duane Flemming
Marciel Fries, Karon Kooker, Jack Schultz, Calvin Porter, Don Schwartz, Jeanne Rockne, Barbra
Looft, Judy Davis
Marilyn Burt, Kathryn Thiel, Karon Theesfield, Roberta Hanson, Barbra Redhead, Karon Homesy,
Roger Place, David White,
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LaDonna Porter, Diane Robinson, Cherie Kingston, Cheryl Gaarde, Kathryn Rovn, Doris Verbrugge,
Louise Guerdet, Karon Questad, Bob Schwartz.
Carol Halvorson, Jimmy Lindell, Maxine Hypes, Betty Mclntire, Deanna Daries, Ann Horswell,
Betty Ann McCorkle.
Sandra Slaba, Harold McElwee, Delores Richmond, Gailord Plath, Marlene Askeland, Kay
Fitzgerald, Norma Hanson, Norma Anderson.
Betty Redhead, Janice Verbrugge, Janet Halverson, Rhea Horswell, Judy Kingston, Barbra Richmond,
Marilyn Haworth, Diane Grabinoski.
City Beauty Shop Kingston Kleaners
Jack Sprat Roxy Theater
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Mary Ellen Peterson, LaVonne Pedersen, Elgene Anderson, Diane Robinson, Janice Verbrugge, Kathryn Rovn, LaDonna Porter, Joy Place,
Marlene Peterson, Janet Thackery, Betty Redhead, Judy Kingston, Doris Verbrugge, Eyvona Jensen, Janice Thorson, Gean Ann Wilson,
Rhea Horswell fpianistJ, Janice Hudson, Karen Homsey, Doris Quam, Barbara Redhead, Cheryl Gaarde, Myrna Neiman, Barbara Richmond,
Cherie Kingston, Lavonne Fretty, Helen Williams, Marilyn Burt, Helen Cheever, Dorothy Cassern, Marlene Askeland.
Jeanne Rockney, Roberta Hanson, Marilyn Porter, Jane Cheever, Carol Halverson, Maxine Hypes, Loretta Jensen, Marilyn Larsen, Nancy
Hudson, Charlene Gangsted, Marilyn Haworth, Janet Halverson, JoAnn Cornwall, Marie Sandt, Joan Cheever, Karen Theesfield, Miss
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Peterson, Robert Leach.
2ND ROW--Joe Madden, Dale Schumacher, Bernard Verbrugge, Roger Place, Jerry Laffey, Wayne Hoffmeyer,
Arden Sabin, Harry Helgason.
1ST ROW--Don Schwartz, Vic Horswell, Lyndon Opsal, Bob Schwartz, Jack Schultz, Don Kinnander, Billy
Champney, Miss Kruel, Director. Rhea Horswel1fPianistJ, not shown.
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Throbbing drums caught up the heightened heartbeat of the breathless audience, and provided a sinister
background for the shrieks and laughter of the outstanding mystery-comedy, "Drums of Death, " presented by
the Seniors Friday, April 17th and Saturday 18th. Paula fRhea Horswelll and Amelia fMarilyn Burtj, attrac-
tive modern girls of contrasting typesg the gushing Eugenia Oviary Ellen Petersonjg and Mrs. Gillette f'Eyvonna
Jensenj arrived at midnight at the half-ruined mansion in the desolate lagoon. They had been summoned by
a telegram which they quickly discovered was false, the discovery came too late for them to escape from the
place where weird forces and malign people threatened their very lives. Bailey, the relative of most of them,
had disappeared. They questioned the others, the half-mad housekeeper Uanice Hudsonj, the octoroon girl
Uanice Thorsonl, whose strange trances frightened them half out of their wits, the surly Haitian Negro CHarry
Helgasonj and Harley fDonald Looftl, whom they scarcely knew whether to trust or fear the most of all. A
prosperous medical specialist CHarlan Kinnanderj arrived on the scene and further complicated the mystery.
They struggled to solve the mystery of the place, the cabinet that was death to open, the hooded figure that
appeared from time to time, the ghost that creeped from the shadows, the monster that lurked and threaten-
ed-- and back of all the insistent, dull, throbbing signal of the mysterious drums. Yet always, to break the
tension, there was the crackle of laughter at the absurdities of the sheriff Uean O'NeillJ and the saucy Amelia,
and there was the warmth and glow of the romance that developed in spite of the sunless terror of the place.
October 24th and 25th was "Almost Summer" this year, according to the Junior class. This
three act comedy starred the Jones family, Paul fBob Schwartzj, Mrs. Jones Uoy Placej, MI.
Jones CBob Petersonj, Junior Uack Schultzj, and Mary CBetty Redheadj, and Jane Uane Cheeverj,
Jack Uerry Laffeyy, Mr. Smudgely CBernard Verbruggej, Anna fKaron Questadj, and Lilah fMarie
Sandty. Paul is a senior in high school, who is having troubles with his semester exams. He
needs a ninety-five in history to bring his average up to passing. If he fails to get a ninety-five,
his grades will be too low to permit him to enter the university in the fall. Jack, who is Paul's
friend, plans to steal the answers to the exam with Kramer, an enemy of Paul's. Paul's girl
friend, Jane, and his parents urged Paul to study for the exam. Mary, who is Jack's girl friend,
and Junior help to complicate matters for Paul. Mr. Smudgely, the stern school principal,
doesn't make life easier for Paul. During the play Anna, the maid, keeps house for the Jones's.
Junior, although he hates to admit it, has a heart throb in the person of Lilah Johnson. After
much difficulty and many heartbreaks, Paul passes the test with a ninety-five, thus making
everyone Very happy.
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Mr. Knapp Advisor, Bernard Verbrugge Reporter, Roger Larsen Vice President, Bob Schwartz President, Donald
Looft Sect. , Robert Petersen Treas. , Harlan Kinnan er Sentinel.
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BACK ROW Harry Helgason, Robert Helgason, Bernard Verbrugge, Donald Looft, Robert Petersen, Harlan
A Kinnander, Roger Larsen, Leon Nelson, Bob Schwartz, Johnnie Cheever.
FRONT ROW Gary Love, Don Schwartz, Joe Madden, Clifford Larsen, Arlo Jones, Roger Lindell, Mr. Knapp,
David White, John Conn.
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Vice President ..... ..... D wayne Mclntire
Secretary and Treas. . . ..... Dixie Hansen
Colors .... Blue 8a Silver
Flowers. . .Red Rose
Motto .... Ifoday We Sail, Where Shall We Anchor!
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BACK ROW: Diane Grabinoski, Norma Anderson, Dennis Cross, Ronnie Barber, Calvin Porter, Gerald Irmiter,
Douglas Whitesell, Allan Quinn, Janice Danielson, Dixie Hansen, Donna Manor.
MIDDLE ROW: Kay Fitzgerald, Sharon Corderman, Ronald Henriksen, David Horswell, Judy Hansen, .Karen
Kooker Norma Hanson, Janice Jacobs, LaVonne Eckholm, Kathryn Thiel, Shirley Borcourt.
FRONT ROW: Howard,Helgason. William Hirt, Vernon Corderman, Harold McElwee, Leslie Cheever, John
Vogelpohl, Sharon Larson, Judy Hoppus, Dwayne Mclntire, Dawn Roben.
We are very happy to be going into High School next year but we are sad about leaving Junior
High. We will never for et the first day we came into Junior High. We were all scared. We will all
pro ably be just as scarce? next year when we go into Hi h School. Everyone ishoping we will like High
School and it will like us. We have had a swell time year. and will always remember our good old
Junior High School days.
BACK ROW: Veldene Tow, Elizabeth Barnard, Delores Richmond, Sandra Slaba, Charles Guerdet, Larry
Long, Clarence Rezac, Richard Paulson, Joyce Niemann, Mary Ann McCorkle, Mary Valen.
MIDDLE ROW: Barbra Looft, Carl Anderson, James Fother '11, Charlotte Long, Maxine Moore, Larry Vigdal,
Gaylord Plath, Ruth Guerdet, Karen Hustagi Deanne Daries, Sheryle Peterson.
FRONT ROW: Tommy Manely, Ann Horswell, Judith Rieffer, Clifford Porter, Rose Mitchell, Iris Dunn, James
ROUII. Jimmy Lindell, Karen Fredericksen, Marceil Fries.
Pres. --Larry Vigdal Vice Pres. --Maxine Moore L
Sec. Treas. --Dolores Richmond
S IX13h GRACE
President--Betty Mclmire Vice Pres. --Janice Jensen
Secretary Treas. --Junior Paulson
Mary Lee Wicks, Earl Dean VonBank, Jimmy Richmond, John Sturm, Joan Vogelpohl, Marlys
Wilson, Janiece Vigdal, Jimrhy Brandenburg, Betty Lou Pretty, Joan Irmiter, Junior Paulson,
Sue Anderson, LaDonna Mittliner, Jerry Johnson.
Sharon Hypes, Ruth Horswell, Karen Larson, Janice Jensen, Larry Reding, Robert Henriksen,
Julius Jrmiter , Harold Schroeder , Roger Larson, Bonnie Barber, Dale Rasmussen, Aileen Paulson,
B etty Arm McCorkle, Helen Anderson.
Harvey Cheever, Beverly McElwee, Nancy Pehrson, John Hirt, Alice Burkhead, Richard
Eisenbacher, Richard Grabianowski, Robert Cheever, Betty Mclntire, CorolCorderman, David
Lavorme Eckholrn, Kathryn Thiel, Dawn Roben, Sharon Larson, Judy Hoppus, Donna Manor,
Diane Grabinoski, Norma Hanson, Dixie Hansen, Rosemary Quinn, Norma Anderson, Janice
Ruth Horswell, Aileen Paulson, Marceil Fries, Judith Rieffer, Iris Dunn, Ioan Irmiter, Sharon
Hypes, Ann Horswell. Barbara Looft, Mary Lee Wicks, Carol Corderman, Mary Ann McCorkle,
Helen Anderson, Beverly McElwee.
Deanne Daries, Ioan Vogelpohl, Marlys Wilson, Maxine Moore, Sue Anderson, Betty Ann
McCorkle, Sandra Slaba, Dolores Richmond, Elizabeth Barnard, Veldene Tow, Betty Lou
Fretty, Bonnie Barber.
Dolores Richmond, Norma Hanson, Diane Grabinoski. 5113100 HYDGS
Boy s ' BAS ketsall
Clifford Porter, Clarence Rezac, David Horswell, Richard Paulson, Douglas Whitesell, Calvin
Porter, Dennis Cross, Ronald Henriksen, Ronnie Barber.
David Krumm, Richard Grabianowski, John Strum, Jimmy Richmond , Harold Schroeder, Harvey
Cheevgr, John Hirt, Julius Lrmiter, Dale Rasmussen, Jimmy Brandenburg, Larry Reding, Robert
Larry Hudson, Bill Hirt, Dwayne Mclmire, Jimmy Roun, Harold McElwee, Gailord Plath, John
FII: T H GRAD E
BACK ROW: Judy Nutt, Calvin Long, Ronald Grabinoski, Judy Sturm, Sonja Heumen, Sharon Manley,
Marian Paulson, Marlys Harris, Billy Johnson
SECOND ROW: Miss Chapman, Mary Guerdet, Karen Twedt, Sandra Pederson, Chris Fetters, Noel
Gochanour, Carolyn Hovey, Rebecca Johnston, Elsie Schroeder, LaVerne Fries
FRONT ROW: Faye McCorkle, Ardis Manzke, Douglas Nutt, Patricia Carson, Marjorie Eisenbacher,
Jerry Daries, David Vigdal
BACK ROW: Joe Verbrugge, Jimmy Kooker, James Larson, Carol Kooker, Emmet Zuinn, Miss
Tonderum, Dolores Anderson, Ann Burkhead, Elizabeth Kinnander, Cheryl Olson, Judy Corderman.
SECOND ROW: Linda Thackery, Gary Rieffer, Thomas Trenary, Carol Long, Gary Schumacher, Jimmy
Robinson, Avis Wadsworth, David Pederson, Donald Von Bank, Robert Godfredsen.
THIRD ROW: Sylvester Eisenbacher, Madelyn Carlson, Sharon Sennert, Ronald Porter, Lanny Kinnander,
Gail Martin, Mary Jane Dundas, Clarence Cheever, Lowell Cassem, James Manzke.
Left to Right
BACK ROW '
Marjory Dunn. Ronald Kelly, Vera Quinn, Ronald Heumen, Kenneth Madison, Dean Halverson
Donald Carlson, Paula Gaarde, Miss Weber.
MargaretEngesser ,Jean Dundas ,Jimmie Cecil, Barbara Wegner ,Jimmy Grabianowski , Cheryl Schwartz
Billy Looft, Ellen Larson, Dwight Hansen, Sharlene Gram.
Trudy Nutt, David Helgason, Judy Eckholm, Beverly Corderman, Robert Vigdal, Jimmy Walters,
b Donna Lindell, Edwin Mitchell, David Sandt, Jane Ellen Corderman, Janet Harris.
Left to Right
Madonna Eisenbacher, Mathew Carney, Carol Kae l-Ienricksen, Stephen Reading, Gladys Parry, Inez
Hudson, Doyle Duin, Kathleen Kelly, Ronald Harris.
Kathleen Loftis, Glenda Johnson, Donna Long, Russell Lentz, Mary Rose Danielson, Jolene Hansen,
Elna Anderson, Larry Balmer.
CarolKinnander, CalvinJongberg, Pauline Paulson, Betsy Wicks, CherylBalmer, Mary Leah Engesser,
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Left to Right
Marilyn McElwee, Gary Thackery, David Fries, Jay Provencher, Paul Jensen, Miss Dayman, Janice
Haisman, Jimmy Gibbons, Marrie Danielson, Allen Schroeder, James Godfredson.
MIDDLE ROW V
Arlene Burkhead, Danny Horswell, Bonnie Gochanour, Roger Mart, Bill Trees, Kathy Hustad, Connie
Hoppus, Janet Wegner, Jolene Hypes, Peggy Blekfeld, Ricky Hanson, Mike Cecil.
Victor Clabaugh, Karen Guerdet, Marlin Fisher, Ronald Carlson, Susan Morsch, Larry Grabianowski,
Jimmy Ross, Dean Mittluder, Jimmy Blekfeld.
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Dr. I. J. Cecil D. V. M. Dr. R. I. Dundas D. V. M.
BACK ROW: Glenn Martin, Joseph Sturm, Doreen Reding, Miss Malkmus, Bonnie Lee Sennert, Irene Penrson,
MIDDLE ROW: Ieanene Teeter Gloria Taylor Douglas Pfeil Billy Leach Richard Walters Jeri L nn S d
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, a e att, Kenny Manley, Donny Man Warren, Marlys
BACK ROW: Cathy Fedderson, Glenn Dunn, Dennis Corderman, Miss Malkrnus, Keylon Duin,
Jimmy Danielson, Patricia Irmiter.
MIDDLE ROW: Susan Driman, Diane Carlson, Janice Eisenbacker, Vernon Fries, Beth Corderman,
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FRONT ROW: Richard Harris, Barbara Burns, Kathleen Erickson, Linda Anderson, Mary Kay
Krumm, Edward Engesser.
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