Armstrong High School - Tiger Yearbook (Armstrong, IA)
- Class of 1954
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THE TIGER STAFF
Ftrst Row LaDonna Porter Roger Larsen Judlth Ktngston Jerry Laffey Mlss Mantz Robert Petersen Second
Row Lou1seGuerdet Joy Place LaVonne Pedersen Jane Cheever Janet Thackrey Karen Questad Mane
Sandt Marllyne Porter JoAnn Cornwell Jack Schultz Thlrd Row Janrce Hudson Dorls Verbrugge Eddle Hel
gason Robert Schwartz Bernard Verbrugge Rtchard Johnson Freddle Walters Wayne Hoffmeyer
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Marie Ann Sandt
Sept. 13, 1936
"Small--but so is astick of dynamite."
Glee Club 1,2,3,4g Junior Play, Student
Senate lg Cheerleader 1,2,3,4.
Freddy Joe Walters fFritzj
Dec. 14, 1936
"Eat,drink and be merry, for tomorrow
there may be a law against it." Bas-
ketball 4g Glee Club 3,4g Student Sen-
ate 4g Vice -President 4
Bernard Allen Verbrugge fBemiej
.Q oct. 13, 1935
"I am thinking of propounding Ein
stein's theory to the intellectual."
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7.9 3,4, Junior Play, Student Senate 1
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Doris Elaine Verbrugge QDode
Nov. 29, 1936
"She does her task from day to day,
and meets whatever comes her way."
Basketball 3, Manager 4, Glee Club
2,3,4g Band l,2,3,4g Pep Band l,2,3p
Student SenaYe 3, Tiger Tales 3,45
Clarinet Trio 8.1 Quartet l,2,3,4g Wood-
wind Quintet 84 Sextette 3.
Elma Jane Cheever Uaney
Nov. 25, 1936
"How bri ht, how beaming, how pol-
ished anc? gleaming!" Glee Club 1.2,
3,4g Junior Play: One-Act Plays 2,
Tiger Tales 1,35 FFA Sweetheart 4.
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Judith Ann Kingston Uudyj
NOV. 22, l936
"Beware, when the great God lets
loose athinker on this planet." Bas-
ketball l,2,3,4g Glee Club l,2,3,4g
Pep Band 2,33 One-Act Plays 2,3g
Girls' Sextette 2,3,4g Tiger Tales
l,4p Instrumental Groups l,2,3,4g
Class Sec., State Speech Contest
ketball 3,4g Baseball 3,43 Glee Club
3,4g Band 3,45 Pep Band 3: Junior Play.
JoAnn Cornwell J
July 31, 1935
"As noisy as a mouse." Glee Club l,2, l
Jerry Lee Laffey
July 6, 1936
"Armstrong's gift to women." Glee
Club l,2,3g Junior Playp One-Act Plays
2g Student Senate l, Pres. 3: Tiger Tales ff
Robert Peter Petersen QPeteJ
March 23, l93'7
"---the baby of the class." Bas-
La Donna Jean Porter
Der. 20, 1936
"Her face is her fortune--it runs into a
nice figure." Basketball l,2,3,4g Glee -
Club l,2,3,4g Band l,2,3,4g Pep Band l,
2,3g One -Act Plays 3g Student Senate
31 Girls' Sextette 2,3,4g Instrumental
June 37, its-s Va R
"True beauty dwells in deep retreats."
Basketball lg thee Club 11.23,-13 Chere-
Roger Lee Larsen
Ian. 253, H34
"Calmness is always a great advantage."
Basketball l,Q,33: Baseball l,3,.l,4.
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Ellen Louise Guerdet fLouiseJ
March 13, 19:36
"A merry heart maketh a cheerful coun-
tenance." Glee Club l,2,3,4g Band l,2,
3,45 Pep band lg One-Act plays 2: Clari-
TI? Richard LeRoy Johnson
August l, 1936
"Very smalland sweet and loved by all."
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Jackie Lee Schultz
Nov. tl, 1.336
"Why take life seriously: we never
get out alive."
Basketball 1.2.3,-13 Baseball l,2,3.4g
Glee Club 1.2,3,4g Band 1.2.33 Pep
band 1.2gJunior Playg One-Act plays
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l,2,23,4g Pep band 2,3,4g Trombone quar-
John Leo Fothergill
Sept. 17. 1935
"World's no setter if we worry. Life 's no
better ifwe hurry." Basketball 2.34 Base-
Marilyne Yvonne Porter
Nov. 4, 1936
"Men! I can't get along with them: I
l,2,3,4g One-Act plays 2,335 Majorctte
Serle Charles Mitchell ilvlitchj
Nov. 8, 1936
"Never let studies interfere with your
Janice Paulina Hudson
June 23. 1934
fGraduated after first semesterj
"A good heart is better than all the heads
Robert Kenneth Schwartz QBobJ
Jan. 14. 1937
"Fullof fun and liked by everyone."
Basketball 1,2,3,4p Baseball 1.2.3.
4g Band 1,2,3,4g Pep band 1,2,3g
Junior Play: One-Act plays 23 Stu-
dent Senate 1.2g Boys' Quartet 2.3,
4g Instrumental groups 1.2.3,4g Ti-
ger Tales 1,2.3.4g National FFA
in the world." Glee Club 35 Basketball
Joy Arlene Place
March 9, 1936
"Joy rises in me like a summer's morn."
Glee Club 2,3,4g Pep Band 2,4g Junior
Play, Brass Sextette 2, Tiger Tales 3,4.
Wayne Errol Hoffmeyer '-H'
July 17, 1936
"You'd neverguess I'm naturally bash
ful." Basketball l,2,3,4g Baseball 35
Glee Club l,2,3,-lg Student Senate 1,25
Boys' Quartet 3,4.
LaVonne May Pedersen QTootieJ
Ian. 6, 1936
'Prefers the Navy for a good rea-
son." Glee Club l,2,3,4g Junior
Play, Student Director, One-Act
Eddie Orrin Helgason QBearJ
Nov. 3, 1936
"He doesn't care to be seen, as lon as
he 's heard." Baseball l,2g Glee Clui l,
Karen Regina Questad
April 1, 1936
"When she 's anurse, her patient's pulse
will skip." Basketball l,2,3,4g Glee
Clubl,4, Bandl,2,3g Pep Band 1,23 Jun-
ior Playg Student Senate 33 Cheerlead-
er lg Sax Quartet and Sextette 1.2.3.
SENIOR CLASS HISTORY
One br1ght day 1n September of 1941 twelve of the present sen1or class
Jane John Wayne Edd1e D1ck Judy Jerry LaVonne La Donna Karen
Mar1e and Freddy were launched on the b1ggest venture of the1r 11ves w1th
M1ss Lawton helpmg them adjust to the Kmdergarten
They sa11ed through f1rst grade w1th M1ss Fear at the helm
In second grade Wayne left but Serle Jomed them M1ss Skovgaard was
Bob Marxlyne and Roger arr1ved mn the th1rd grade then under M1ss Du
shmske s d1rect1on
They had fourth grade w1th Mrs Saul ga1n1ng 1n the meantmme Joann and
M1ss Johnson taught them the1r f1fth grade currxcula
ln s1xth grade Lou1se Bernard and Dor1s Jo1ned them m seventh Jack
The1r Jun1or h1ghteachers 1nc1uded Mr Campbell Mr Powers Mrs Haworth
M1ss Clark Mr Dawson and Mr Jacobs
After a br1ef 7 year sojourn at Halfa Wayne returned 1n the n1nth grade
makmg a total of ZZ of the present class wh1ch entered h1gh school together
Durlng the sprmg of the1r sophomore year Joy sparkled 1nto the group
and Bob Petersen began h1s Junlor year here at AHS Jan1ce was w1th them
ers were Mr Bentz Mr Bogard Mr H1nk1ey M1ss Morse Mr DeKoster
Mr Holdren M1ss MacDonald Mrs H1nk1ey M1ss B1ll1ngs MISS M1tchell
MISS Mantz Mr Hanson Mr W11lard and Mr Knapp
FOR SENIORS ONLY
Maybe on some ra1ny day you'll read th1s and 1t'11 br1ng back pleasant
Remember the 1mpr1nts we made of our hands 1n11tt1e clay c1rc1es to
present to our parents? Th1s was one of the h1gh pomts of K1ndergarten as
was our Rhythm Band Everybody fought to get the clapper or tambourmes
rather than the less favored drum st1cks
ln f1rst grade we churned butter and ate some on crackers Somebody
presented a 11tt1e to Mr Ortmeyer
Other memor1es of the lower grades our v1s1t to the creamery how every
class before us got to take a tram r1de to Maple H111 and we got gypped out of
lt all the sweet 11tt1e mnocent notes that used to be passed the Chr1stmas and
Easter greetmg cards and presents that we'd make out of paper and proudly
present to our parents and the luncheon cloths we pamted p1nkflam1ngoes on
In e1ghth grade the v1s1t of Welp's Hatchery at Bancroft and the graduat1on
exerc1ses 1n Esthervmlle were the b1g thlngs
Certam classes extra curr1cu1ar act1v1t1es assembly programs the Jun
1or semor banquets and Sk1p Day are the h1gh school events best remem
It's been a comb1nat1on of work and fun We've hked lt
There were some we lost along the way
But I don't care We turned out okay'
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'lwas nineteen hundred and frlty-rlfour--j
A lrttle ipast erght but not mueh more
When tw may frye senrors marched up the arsle
Wrth long gray garb and a lrttle proud srnrle
But frfty years hence and what do you know
The 54 senrors have stolen the show
lt seems as rf lane Karen s a nurse
Works a lrttle hrt fast 'fy No qurck and so smart
She s the prryate secretary
Ol the p rdenyflast
ut now wefffnd Roger
Braggrnn rrp hrs hr re d
From s org pa fcorn
rfty acr reld
Sos o and so r eet
She ns the t n s market
Rrfr tdowrr n marn street
ob Sc rr arrz keeps so busy
rootr g hrs sax
B rt f on the srdelrnes
lle lays wrth toy racks
'l'rren there rs lanet
Sn s strrl gorng strong
She yells for the Yankees
Amrdst the great throng
l-lere s Dorrs Verhrugge
ln the herght of lrer glory
She s round her a man
arrd has nurte a story
Pete s or the farm
Tho durek as a wnrstle
lle employs all hrs men
To hoe down the thrstles
rhat wee lrttle nr te
h e rnueh pep
She wrn every frght
Lallonna s household
rS eheaper hy the dozen
There s a tamrly of twelve
Jnreh keeps her htraz
rlyne as famous
sro n e
She s rr a great rare
On her t wheeled hrke
Lourse rs lrke
The old woman rn shoe
She has o many chrldr
She nurses the srek
And eheckvssyour heart
All th lrye long d
Sh sr s for the cone ts
wr? is re can you say?
ludy s rn the orchestra
Wrtlh the Boston Pops
She plays her prceolo
and really rs topsl
Eddre s the play hoy
And collects antrdues
l-le s got an old ear
That really squeaks
lerry the manager
A handler of change
A warter of tahles
Whreh rsn t so strange
lohn s the proud owner
Ol a new Cadrllac
just wart trl you see hrm
He ll grye you the facts
Freddy s the t aeher
And what do x v know
lle has all h kr ls
Srt rn the l st row
Bernard he genrus
lie e r t keep up
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ack he nrmhle
ek he orurek
H ll doctor you up
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an you s all see
On two and three
Wayne keeps ht
He ma aetures hohhy prns
rrr hrs w ayes
She doesrr t know what o do
S e fl s e arrp e
d o r does r
Dtek rs so smart
hels at last found a gr h
lrle polrces the krds
l.,aVo n rs the general
To keep them from ohs
Good hye and good luek
lo the days ot rs rmsnro rg lirgh
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USTRANGER I THE NIGHT"
Left to right: Bernard Verbrugge, Karen Questad. Marilyne Porter, Jerry Laffey, Bob Schwartz, Judith Kingston.
Joy Place, Janet Thackrey, Miss Mitchell, director, Freddie Walters, Doris Verbrugge, Bob Petersen, LaVonne
The senior class presented "Stranger In The Night" on Apriloand 7. The
Boulevard Hotel is very capably owned and operated by a couple ofattractive
young ladies, Sylvia Lee and Mable Crane, who seem very good natured, fun
loving, and not at all deserving ofthe events that fall upon their shapely shoul-
ders. Unknown tothe girls, someone in this townis to be murdered, and the
murderer is to get his instructions via a gift to be purchased at the shop.
Grant Terry, a young news reporter, has followed the scent this far, and he
stops in to warn the girls of the impending danger. It appears, however, that
Grant is thinking just a little slower than the murderer, because a stranger
in the night slips in, pushes around among the gifts, focuses his light on one,
then grabs it and glides into the shadows. There he will read the name of the
victim, and there he will plot his final steps.
SENIOR CLASS WILL
We the Senior Class of 1954 being of sound mind do solemnly bequeath
our gum paperwads spit balls tire marks on the road to Fairmont speeding
and parking tickets received during the year slumber parties our days and
nights in Fairmont crazy ideas Skip Day memories fincluding playing hookyl
fun in economics class our books all our teachers except Mr Hinkley fwe
want to keep himl our brilliant answers in class and the love for work which
we never had to the on coming seniors
We also wish to bequeath the following
Eddie Helgason wills his car to Dicky Krumm so he can take Joann around
Jane Cheever wills her pug nose to Arlo Jones who certainly needs lt'
La Donna Porter wishes to will her quiet and reserved way to Arden Sabin
Bernard Verbrugge wills his high tenor voice to Robert Leach
Mar1lyne Porter wills her quiet and reserved way to Arden Sabin
Freddy Nalters wills his beautiful hands including his mangled finger to
Louise Cuuerdet wills her l1sp and quietness to Marlene Peterson
Dick Johnson wills his weight and build to Joe Eisenbacher
Doris Verbrugge w1lls her glasses and mystery personalities to David White
to Don Krough
Bob Schwartz wills his personality and musical ability to Elgene Anderson
JoAnn Cornwell wills her glasses and dancing ability to Clifford Larsen
Roger Larsen wills his quietness to Barbara Redhead
Wayne Hoffmeyer wills his car to Don Burgeson in trade for his more stream
Janice Hudson wills her many knock knock Jokes to LaVonne Fretty
Jerry Laffey wills his teasing ability to Cheryl Gaarde
Bob Peterson wills all his height to Bill Champney to help him get a girl
LaVonne Pedersen wills her short hair to Doris Quam
Marie Sandt wills her height to Roger Place and her build to Jack Richmond
Joy Place wills her decisive rnannerisms to Roger L1ndell
Serle Mitchell w1lls his patience in school to Gayle Peterson
Judy Kingston wills her positions in band glee club basketball plays her
many speeches her position as editor of TIGER TALES and ofthe annual
to Stanley Horswell to see how he can do
Janet Thackrey wills her build to Don Kinnander
Karen Questad wills her slenderness to Barbara Richmond
Jack Schultz wills nearly all his little jokes and his willingness to sing to Bill
In closing we would also like to will them our political machines and many
John Fothergill wills his streamlined car and many out-of-state girl friends
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CLASS OF I955
F1rst Row Joann Cheever B111 Champney Barbara Ann Rlchmond pres1dent LaVonne Fretty Don Km
nander Donald Burgeson Cheryl Gaarde v1ce pres1dent Rlchard Krumm Marlene Peterson secretary
Second Row Mrss Kreul sponsor Don Krough Jack Rlchmond B111 Peterson Roger Place Arlo Jones
Davtd Whlte Robert Leach Mr Knapp sponsor Thlrd row Arden Sabrn Ioe Elsenbacher Dor1s Quam
Arleen Schrelber Roger Lmdell Barbara Redhead treasurer Clxfford Larsen Kathryn Rovn Gayle Peter
son Elgene Anderson
Thejourney up the h1l1 to se
re the t1t1e of"upper classmen"
has beenatreacherous one. There
1or Sen1or banquet probably ranks
next 1n our m1nds, as lt was the
largest honored event of our Jun
have been many obstacles to over
come, but at last we have reached
the top and ga1ned the t1tle of "up
per classmen." The former years
have been full of excltmg events,
but perhaps th1s year has held the
most chenshed ones. The one that
holds f1rst place 1n our memory
was the day we rece1ved our class
rmgs. We all enjoyed them very
much, although some of us kept
them onlya short ttme. The Jun-
1or year. To meet the needs of
th1s gala affa1r we sold refresh
ments at the basketball games and
presented the annual Jumor class
play. It took plenty of hard work
and t1me,but It helped to close the
year wxth many treasured mo
ments. Here's hopmg that our Jun
1or year w11l set an example for
the on com1ngJun1ors. We are all
lookmg forward to a Just as ex
c1t1ng sen1or year.
The Armstrong high school
juniors presented their class play
"Just Ducky" on Oct. Z3 and 24.
The cast included: Roger
Place as Mr. Maxwell, Barbara
Ann Richmond as Mrs. Maxwellg
Joann Cheever as their 14-year-
old daughter, Betty Lou, Cheryl
Gaarde as Bernadine Smith, her
best friend, Dick Krumm, l3-
year-old son, Wilbur Maxwell,
Bill Petersonas Hercules, his bo-
som palg LaVonne Fretty as Con-
nie Maxwell, another teen-age
daughter, Arlo Jones as Craig
Moore , her boyfriend, David White,
Mr. Mooreg Arden Sabin, Mr.
Marshall, Marlene Peterson, Aunt
Mary, Arleen Schreiber as Miss
The story of this three-act
comedy revolves around the Max-
well family. Papa Maxwell had just
been chosen as the new head of the
citizens' committe because he
had one of the finest and most up-
standing families in the entire
community. But, girls will be
girls, and the mischief done by
Betty Lou and Bernadine is enough
to upset any peaceful family.
CLASS OF I956
Flrst Row Dorothy Cassem Marlene Askeland Marrlyn Haworth Janet Halverson Loretta Jensen Karen Thees
fleld Maxrne Hypes Judlth Davts Carol Halverson Second Row Miss Mrtchell Sponsor Drane Robinson
Patrrcla Gochanour Myma Neimann Marrlyn Larsen Karon Homsey Helen Cheever Janrce Verbrug e Char
lene Gangstead Mrss Morse Sponsor Thrrd Row Duane Fetters Dale Schumacher Chester Dunn Rrc ard Lar
sen George Fothergrll Cherre Krngston JoAnn Stefanskl Sec 81 Treas Fourth Row Robert Ersenbacher Robert
Schrerber John Conn Gary Love Lyndon Opsal Vrce Pres Vtc Horswell Pres Robert Helgason Carol Rerffer
Some people th1nk we sophomores
have a colorless year no 1n1t1at1on,
no Jun1or Sen1or Banquet, no class
plays What a m1sconcept1on' As a
sophomore, one rs just gettmg 1nto the
swmg of thmgs As freshmen we were
eager, 6XC1t6d, cur1ous, and confused
Now we are smooth, suave sophomores
wrth two more excrtlng years before
us Not that th1s has been dull' Class
partres, assembly programs, class
mov1es, and drrver tramrng these
and countless other 1tems combmed
to g1V6 us a year we'l1 never forget
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Ftrst Row Vemon Corderman Dtane Grabmoskr Judy Hoppus Sharon Larson Norma Hanson Donna Manor
Harold McElwee John Vogelpohl Judrth Krough Second Row Dawn Roben Kathryn Thtel Bermce Plath
Judrth Hansen Sharon Corderman Kathleen Fttzgerald LaVonne Eckholm Mtss Mantz Sponsor Thtrd Row
Davrd Horswell Denms Cross Pres Gerald Irmrter Ronald Henrrksen Ronald Barber Sec 81 Treas Jamce
Dantelson Douglas Whttesell Fourth Row Dwayne Mclnttre Vtce Pres Howard Helgason Calvm Porter
Jamce Jacobs DIXIE Hansen Norma Anderson Rosemary Qutnn Larry Hudson Brll Htrt
On August 31 1953 th1rty two
green freshmen entered A H S We
were unaware of all the fun we would
have 1n the months that followed
Along wrth school parttes, mustc,
sports,and studles our ttme was well
We are sure that none of us w111
ever forget all the excrtement of our
f1rst year of htgh school, and are look
1ng forward to three more wonderful
years of 1t
The Freshman Class w1shes the
best of luck rn the future to the Sen1or
Class of '54.
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Teacher conference Cheh hehj sale of
Labor Day no classes
Two nrghtmarrsh days of State Tests
Teachers rush to County Instrtute
FFA Team went to Clay County Farr
Coke Day' FFA Team to Austrn Mlnn
Bernre V 5th hrgh rndlvrdual Judge
Class electrons held Baseball boys
beat Bur 13 9
Frrst band concert of the year
Flrst round of Secttonal Baseball Tour
nament Ledyard defeated '7 2
Next round of Sectlonal Burt downed
6 4 Llbrary opened Students set new
record of 1 mrn 20 sec for clearrng
bulldlng tn f1re drtll
Baseball boys lost only game of season
to powerful St John s 4 0 Semors
voted to have Amerrcan Book Co CJos
ten sl prrnt annual
Band Paraded at Algona Band Festrval
Barb Rrchmond was our chorce for
Amerrca QFHAJ started here
Joann Cheeverfpartly by v1rtue of Jel
ly bean polmcsl elected pres of stu
dent councrl over Dons V B Schwartz
left for Kansas Crty to play rn Natronal
FFA Band End of frrst srx weeks
Semors had plctures taken at Farrmont
Vrc Cheryl and Joann attended State
student COUDC11 conventron at Ames
Semors got horrlble shock recelved
proofs ln mall Jr hrgh operetta Krng
Puddln Head The Frrst presented to
a large crowd
FFA Sweetheartcontestopened candr
dates were lane Cheever srs Joann
Cheever jrs Helen Cheever sophs
Norma Hanson frosh
The best program presented here fora
long ume The lndrgoes a novelty trxo
from Holland Jrs gave Just Ducky to
a large audxence
Fverythrng was Just Ducky for the
juntors agarn B Schwartz L Porter
and J Krngston made State Band and
Orchestra after try outs at Spencer
A couple of the grades prcked up corn
for thelr Sweetheart candrdates
Prctures for annual taken
Mass band of 321 from seven towns at
tended Conference Band l-estrval at Led
All Hrgh School Party sponsored by FFA
Sweetheart Jane Cheever crowned
Frrst basketball game of season Grant
here Boys glrded to 53 30 v1ctory
G1rls lost by a measly three potnts 35
Vacatronl' Teachers at ISEA Conven
tlon ln Des Mornes
Pep club organrzed about now
Gruver there Boys won 57 31 G1rls
won by a thrrllrng 3 pts 42 39 Mr
Ortmeyer spoke to hrgh school showing
us plans for a new school bulldrng
Armrstrce Day assembly program
Among other thrngs semors presented
one act plays fThe Jukesl
Grrls Jamboree at Ledyard
Boys Jamboree at Trtonka
Democracy speeches Rlngsted s no1sy
crowd came here grrls 43 36 boys
Vorce of Democracy banquet Joy won
2nd prrze a S25 bond
Ledyard here G1rls lost Boys won
easlly 62 44
Thanksgrvlng assembly program End
of second srx weeks
Thanksglvrng Day holrday
I-lolrday Boys played at Swea Crty 1
team won 2nd lost
Bob and Judy played rn All State Band
and Orchestra at Des Molnes
The Parklnsons presented assembly pro
gram on muslcal rnstruments
Lakota there Boys won rn a walk 71
28 g1rls lost 53 41 Frre dr1ll cut to 1
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Burt here Boys 73 46 G1rls lost to a
blgger team 50 26
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Chrlstmas programs held
Ian 4 VACATION'
Classesactuallyresumed Dor1s V Joy
P Bob S and Judy K appornted to
reactivated Quxll and Scroll
Basketball wrth Rrngsted rn thelr new
gym Grrls 39 38 boys 41 52
Boys won from Burt 59 30 Glrls ahead
15 pts 1nf1rst quarter lost 38 54
Local FFA team won 1st place 1n Graet
trnger rnvxtatronal gram Judgrng con
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the boys won 71 68 and the grrls lost
Semester exams ugh'
Tltonka there Boys lost 1n an over
t1me 42 44 Gxrls got beat 32 51
EmmetCounty Tourney Boys defeated
Gruver 78 30 G1r1s got revenge on
R1I'1gSI6d3g81I1 46 43 Pmg pong noon
In second round of county tourney the
boys defeated Esthervrlle B
Vote on new school burldrng k1lled
F1nal round of county tourney g1rls lost
by 1 pornt to Dollrver rn an overtlme
and boys lost by 2 to Rrngsted
Band concert featurxng F1nale by
Dvorak gxven at PTA meetrng
Ceylon here boys only
One act plays No Greater Love
Blue Beads Prom Date
Grrls Sectronals thrs week at Rrngsted
fArmstrong vs Rxngstedl
Swea Crty here
Boys Sectlonals at Swea Crry fArm
strong vs Senecaj
Grrls Drstrrct thxs week
Prel1m1nary Speech contest th1s week at
Boys Drstrrct th1s week
Forest Crty Band Clrnrc
End of 4th s1x weeks
Junrorsgetclass rrngs thrs month prng
pong tournaments start week of Glrls
Boys Sub State th1s week
Pre Drstrrct Speech th1s week
Boys State th1s week
Sub D1str1ctFFA Contest
DISIIICI Speech Contest and D1str1ct FFA
Home musrc contest solos and ensem
Semor class play
Prelxmxnary Musrc Contest solos and
Holrday Good Frrday
A1lH1gh School Party FFA sends dele
gate to State Con
State Speech Contest
Home Musrc Concert large groups
State Musrc Contest solos and ensem
Sectlonal Baseball Tournament
Erghth Grade Dmner
State Musxc Contest band and glee
Senror Skrp Day Ice Follres at Mrnn
Drstnct Baseball Tournament
THE event of the year Junror Senror
PTA Awards Night
A let down senror exams
Commencement no classes
P1cn1c end of 6tr s1x weeks
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TIGER TALES STAFF
Frrst Row Cherre Krngston Joy Place Judlth Kmgston Edrtor Cheryl Gaarde Karen Thessfreld Dorothy Cas
sem Second Row Bob Schwartz Bernard Verbrugge Drane Roblnson Kathleen Frtzgerald Dorrs Verbrugge
Joann Cheever JoAnn Stefanskl Marllyn Haworth Maxrne Hypes Thlrd Row Jr Hrgh Reporters Marcerl
Frles Iud1thR1effer Dolores Rrchmond Mlss Mltchell Advlsor Veldene Tow Larry Vrgdal Ann Horswell
Frrst Row Cheryl Gaarde Sec. 8LTreas Joann Cheever Pres Second Row V1cHorswe1l Barbara Richmond
Dale Schumacher Freddy Walters Bernard Verbrugge Vrce Pres Denms Cross Dwayne Mclntrre Mr Bogard
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Richmond. Ann Horswell, Deanna Daries, Sandra Pederson. Marlys Willson.
Diane Grabinoski, Kathryn Thiel, Maxine Hypes, Karen Theesfield. Karon
Homsey. Beverly McElwee. Judith Kingston, Vernon Corderman. Barbara
Looft. Sharon Hypes, Marlene Cronk, Mary Guerdet. Second Row: Iris
Dunn, Betty Ann McCorkle, Ann Lutter, Norma Hanson, Barbara Ann Rich-
mond. Gailord Plath. Harold McElwee. Dick Larsen. Joy Place, Doris Ver-
brugge, Norma Anderson. Cherie Kingston, Vic Horswell. Ronnie Henriksen,
BCDYS' GLEE CLUB
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First Row: Robert Eisenbacher, Howard Helgason, Larry Hudson, Eddie Helgason, Roger Place, Jack Schultz,
Bob Schwartz. Don Kinnander, Miss Kreul. Second Row: Bill Hirt. Calvin Porter, David Horswell, Bernard Ver-
brugge, Dick Larsen. Dale Schumacher, Vic Horswell, Lyndon Opsal, Don Schwartz. Third Row: Jack Rich-
mond, Bill Peterson, Freddy Walters. David White, Robert Leach, Dick Johnson, Robert Petersen, Wayne Hoff-
Dorothy Cassem. Calvin Porter. Third Row: Mr. Lutter, Betty Mc-
Intire, Carol Halverson, Marceil Fries, Judy Davis, Barbara Redhead,
Don Schwartz, Lyndon Opsal, Cheryl Gaarde. Marlene Askeland, Di-
ane Robinson, James Lindell, Ruth Horswell. Fourth Row: Kay Fitz-
gerald. Louise Guerdet. LaDonna Porter, Sandra Slaba, Bob Schwartz.
Robert Petersen, Dick Johnson, David White, Roger Place, Don Kin-
nander, Bobby Henriksen, Larry Vigdal, Billy Johnson.
GIRLS' GLEE CLUB
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Maxine Hypes, Joann Cheever, Marlene Askeland, Marie Sandt, JoAnn Cornwell, Kathryn Thiel, Karen Thees-
field, Diane Grabinoski, Norma Hanson, Dorothy Cassem. Second Row: Dawn Roben. Marilyne Porter, Cheryl
Gaarde, Janice Verbrugge, LaDonna Porter, Joy Place, Jane Cheever, Karon Homsey, Karen Questad, Janet
Thackrey.Char1ene Gangstead.JanetHalverson, Barbara Redhead, Barbara Ann Richmond, LaVonne Fretty, Mar-
ilyn Haworth, Judy Hoppus. Helen Cheever. Third Row: Kathleen Fitzgerald. Loretta Jensen, JoAnn Stefanski,
Arleen Schreiber, Norma Anderson, Janice Hudson, LaVonne Pedersen, Elgene Anderson, Doris Quam, Kathryn
Rovn, Doris Verbrugge, Judith Kingston. Diane Robinson, Cherie Kingston, Sharon Larson, Donna Manor. Louise
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First Row: Robert Henriksen, Janet Halverson, Karon Homsey, Kathryn Thiel, James Lindell. Second Row: Joe
Madden, Roger Place, Cherie Kingston, Richard Johnson, Sandra Slaba, Diane Robinson. Third Row: Donald
Schwartz, Lyndon Opsal, Joy Place, Richard Larsen, Vic Horswell, Ronald Henriksen.
Janet Thackrey, Patricia Gochanour, Myrna Niemann, Marie
GIRL BASKETB LL
FIISI Row Cheryl Gaarde Manlyn Haworth Maxrne Hypes Joann Cheever LaDonna Porter Karen Questad
Judrth Klngston Arleen Schrelber Barbara Redhead Second Row Dor1s Verbrugge mgr Marlene Askeland
D1ane Robinson JoAnne Stefanskl Cherle Kmgston Dorothy Cassem Charlene Gangstead Mr Hrnkley Thrrd
Row Karen Theesfxeld Norma Anderson DraneGrab1nosk1 Sharon Larson Norma Hanson Kathryn Threl Judy
Hoppus Dawn Roben Judrth Krough
W9 Judy 13 LaDonna 9
W1th only half of last year's
f1rst team return1ng, the T1ger
ettes had a faxr season th1s year
Twenty three g1rls were out for
basketball and of the total num
ber three were sen1ors, four Jun
1ors, erght sophomores, and eight
L Durmg our season of game
C 3 playlng we totaled s1x w1ns, 1n Karen 11
cludrng several close ones, and
We won the flrst round of the
County Tournament, defeatmg
R1ngsted, and were beaten by one
pomt m the fmals 1n an overt1me
by Doll1ver LaDonna Porter and
Cheryle Gaarde made the All
County team, w1th Karen Questad
1'CCe1V1f1g honorable ment1on
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nard Verbrugge D1ck Krumm Don Schwartz Dwayne Mclnure D1Ck Johnson mgr Thtrd Row Ronald Hen
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The Armstrong Ttgers had a successful
season I-I1ghl1ghts were the 61 44 trounc1ng
of Swea C1ty and the vlctory over Thompson
at Armstrong The T1gers are co champ1ons
of the Statehne Conference thms year The
team was bolstered by veterans and was ex
xv cept1onally well balanced The T1gers had a
17 w1ns, 4 losses record up to the Sectlonal
Tournament Jack Schultz, sen1or guard, and
Duane Fetters, sophomore forward, were
named to the All County team Honorable
Jack ment1onwas glven Arlo Jones, center and Pere
Bob Petersen, forward
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Holdren Coach Bernard Verbrugge Robert Schwartz Roger Larsen Arden Sabm
The Trgers had a very successful
season th1s year They suffered only
one defeat and that was to the state
tournament bound team Bancroft
The Trgers were a veteran team
headed by letter wrnners Bob Sch
wartz Jack Schultz Bob Petersen
Bernard Verbrugge Arden Sab1n Arlo
Jones, and Roger Larsen
The l1ne up was as follows P1t
chers Jack Schultz and Arlo Jones
Catcher Bob Schwartz F1rst base
Bob Petersen Second base Bernard
Verbrugge Thrrdbase Bob Schre1ber
and Dav1d Horswell Short stop Arden
Sab1nand JackSchultz Left f1eld Arlo
Jones Centerfxeld Roger Larsen and
Rrght fleld D1ck Krumm
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Second Row: Bill Hirt, Howard Helgason, Robert Schwartz, Pres., Donald Sc wartz, John Conn. Third Row:
Dennis Cross, Gary Love, Robert Helgason, Calvin Porter, Ronald Henriksen Larry Hudson Harold McElwee
Vemon Corderman. Fourth Row: Douglas Whitesell, Arlo Jones, George Fothergill, Arden Sabin, Chester Dunn,
Gerald Irmiter, David Horswell.
Members Meet Gov. Beardsly
Chapter Sweetheart Contest
The Future I-lornemakers of
Amerrca was orgamzed thrs year
for any g1r1WhO has had or IS now
taklnga Home Economlcs course
rn h1gh school The FHA works
1nco ord1nat1on w1th the FFA and
d1rect1y w1th the Home Economws
department m the school
We have twenty e1ght act1ve
members, w1th M1ss Morse as
sponsor Mrs Warren Barber
and Mrs Adolph Questad are
The Forest C1ty Chapter f
FHA v1s1ted us and conducted our
1nsta11at1onofoff1cers We had a
Chr1stmas party w1th a g1ft ex
change and games
First Row LaVonne Fretty song leader Joann Cheever vrce presrdent Jane Cheever pres1dent Mxss Morse
sponsor LaVonne Pedersen treasurer Joy Place secretary Cherle Kxngston hrstonan Second Row Kathleen
Fltzgerald Marilyn Larsen Dorothy Cassem reporter Karen Theesfxeld D1aneRob1nson Helen Cheever par
llamentarran Sharon Larson Norma Hanson Donna Manor Thxrd Row Loretta Jensen Jamce Verbrugge Dor1s
Quam Dxane Grablnoskr Barbara Redhead Kathryn Thiel Judy Hoppus Dawn Roben Jamce Jacobs Rosemary
Quinn Judy Hansen Sharon Corderman
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No Greater Love
Blue Beads Prom Da te
The following people are taking
2' part in the local speech contest to
be held at Armstrong, Iowa, in Feb-
YT! ruary: Jerry Laffey, Cherie Kings-
ton, Judith Kingston, Diane Robinson,
Kathryn Thiel, Marilyn Haworth, and
LaVonne Fretty. A picture was not
available at this time.
Joy Place. second place in Voice of
Junior High And Grades
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First Row Marlene Cronk Dorothy Burgeson Karen Fredericksen Larry Christiansen Tommy Manley James
Rovn Marce1lFr1es Iris Dunn Shirley Boicourt Judy Rieffer Second Row Ruth Guerdet Jimmy Lindell James
Fothergill CarlAnderson Mary Valen Rose Mltchell Elizabeth Barnard Larry Vigdal Dolores Richmond Mr
Nally Third Row Gailord Plath Clifford Porter Sandra Slaba Clarence Rezac Leslie Cheever Sandra Carl
son Charles Guerdet Fourth Row Charlotte Long Ann I-lorswell Barbara Looft Gary Lawrence Veldene Tow
Deanna Danes Karen Hustad Mary Ann McCorkle Sheryle Peterson Joyce Ntemann
JU IOR BAN
First Row: Marlene Carlson, Karen Twedt, Karen Larsen, Joan lrmiter, Marlys Willson. LuVerne Fries. Gailord
Plath, Jimmy Robinson, Ruth Horswell. Beverly McE1wee, Janice Jensen, Sandra Pedersen. Second Row: Paula
Gaarde. Kenneth Madison, Joe Haisman, Ronald Grabinoski. Aileen Paulson, Sharon Hypes, Marceil Fries. Jerry
Johnson, Dolores Anderson, Mary Askeland, Cheryl Schwartz. Third Row: Rebecca Johnston, Gary Schumacher,
Billy Johnson. Calvin Long, Julius Irmiter. David Pedersen. Lanny Kinnander. Lowell Cassem, Mr. Lutter.
.IU ICR HIGH BASKETB LL
Flrst Row Veldene Tow Marlys Wlllson Ann Lutter Joan Vogelpohl Ioan Irm1rer Ellzabeth Barnard Dolores
Rlchmond Sue Anderson Sandra Slaba Mary Ann McCork1e Second Row Marlene Cronk Bonnre Barber Bet
ty McInt1re Carol Corderman Judlth Rleffer Ruth Guerdet lr1s Dunn Deanna Danes Barbara Looft Helen An
derson Thlrd Row Mr Hmkley Ruth Horswell Alleen Paulson Mary Lee Askeland Beverly McElwee Sharon
Hypes Ann Horswell Marcexl Frres Betty Ann McCorkle
Frrst Row Dale Rasmussen Roger Larson Jimmy Brandenburg Gallord Plath Clarence Rezac Lesl1e Cheever
Cllfford Porter James Rovn Second Row Warren Stefanski David Vlgdal David Krumm Jack Hrrt Rlchard
Grablanowskr Jlmmle Rlchmond Ronald Grablnoskx Gary Wlddel Thxrd Row Chns Fetters Noel Gochanour
Russell Schrelber John Sturm, Harvey Cheever Robert Henrlksen Julxus Irmlter Larry Redmg Mr Lemke
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First Row David Krumm Robert Cheever Richard Eisenbacher Aileen Paulson Carol Corderman Ruth Hors
well Richard Schreiber Sharon Hypes Helen Anderson Harvey Cheever Betty Mclntire Second Row Bonnie
Barber Richard Grabianowskr Earl Dean VonBank Karen Larsen Betty Ann McCorkle Beverly McElwee Mary
Lee Askeland Joyce Lawrence Nancy Pehrson Third Row Joan Irmiter Ann Lutter Julius Irmiter Jerry
Johnson Betty Lou Fretty Sue Anderson Larry Reding Jimmy Brandenburg Mr Lemke Fourth Row Jack Hirt
John Sturm Jimmie Richmond Janice Jensen Roger Larson Dale Rasmussen Marlys Willson Robert Henriksen
First Row: Karen Twedt, Mary Guerdet, Alice Picht, Patricia Carson, Leroy Plath, Arlo Manzke, LuVerne Fries
David Vigdal, Ardis Manzke, Douglas Nutt, Jerry Daries, Faye Ann McCorkle. Second Row: Sandra Pederson,
Sonja Heuman, Marian Paulson, Patricia Brown, Judith Nutt, Sharon Manley, Janiece Vigdal, Raymond Worden,
Judy Sturm,Carolyn Hovey, Delilah Jandl, Marjorie Eisenbacher, Miss Kennedy. Third Row: Russell Schreiber,
Billy Johnson, Calvin Long, Gary Widdel, Warren Stefanski, Noel Gochanour, Chris Fetters, Ronald Grablnoski,
Rebecca Johnston, Marlys Harris, Patricia Roalson, Ronald Hansen.
Frrst Row James Manzke Sylvester Ersenbacher LowellCassem Sharon Sennert Carol Long Ronald Porter
Gary Rreffer Donald VonBank Clarence Cheever Madalyn Carlson Larry Krnnander Second Row Lmda
Thackery Robert Godfredson Duane Carlson Tommy Trenary Davrd Pedersen Mary Jane Dundas Elward
Prcht Joe Verbrugge Judy Corderman Mrss Chapman Thrrd Row Ann Burkhead Gary Schumacher James
Robrnson Avrs Wadsworth Jrmmy Larson Ellzabeth Klnnander Cheryl Olson Emmet Qumn Dolores Anderson
Frrst Row Jane Ellen Corderman Margaret Engesser Davrd I-lelgason Donna Lrndell Davxd Sandt Jean Dun
das Beverly Corderman Rose Mary Stefanskr Carol Lawrence Ronald Roalson Barbara We ner Second Row
Trudence Nutt Judy Eckholm Sharlene Gram Bxlly Looft Cheryl Schwartz Paula Gaar e Dwrght Hansen
James Walter Robert Vrgdal Earl Dorr James Cecrl Mrss Tonderum Thrrd Row Paula Worden Joe Harsman
Ronald Kelly Vera Qurnn Donald Carlson Ronald Huemen Dean Halverson Kenneth Madrson James Grabmo
skr Maryory Dunn Jean Lutter Ellen Larson
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Engesser Edwin Mitchell Jolene Hansen Second Row Larry Balmer Pauline Paulson Elna Anderson Betsy
Askeland Glenda Johnson Kathleen Lofus Janice Rankin Miss Weber Third Row Mary Rose Danielson Donna
Long Judy Pedersen Mathew Carney Kathleen Kelly Ronald Harris Carol Henriksen Stephen Reding Inez
First Row: Judith Lutter, Richard Hansen, Victor Clabough, James Blekfeld, Karen Guerdet, Roger Mart. Bonnie
Gochanour.James Ross. Jolene Hypes, Ronald Carlson. Second Rovq: Larry Grabianowski. Michael Cecil. Mari-
lyn Mc Elwee.Bary Miller, Peggy Blekfeld, David Fries, Janet Wegner, Susan Morsch, Marlin Fisher. 'Third Row:
David Worden, Janice Haisman, James Gibbons, Paul Jensen, James Godfredson. William Trees, Morris Daniel-
son. Gary Thackery, Dan Horswell, Arlene Burkhead, Miss Parry.
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Cheryll Berggren. Linda Sathoff, Earl Fothergill.
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