Edgewood High School - Memories Yearbook (Edgewood, IA)

 - Class of 1956

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Q l I O .- J J , . n ROBERT ARTHUR THEODORE BASSETT JAMES ADAMS Secretary Presldent Treasurer ,ff 4' sw., wp HARRY HANSEL LAVERNE GREMMELS D1rector T0 OUR Dlrector I U. S, ANDEREGG DR. H. B. STALNAKER Dxrector Dlrector I , U i ' J ra .f ' :flax ' f P' ' A , X I I C 1- I. T'- 7 I f N Q CU NI E CHRISTENSEN Super1ntendent Upper Iowa Un1vers1ty B T C U of Iowa M A Major Commerce Sc1ence Blology andl dustr1al arts Semor co sponsor Teaches govern ment and 1ndustr1a1 arts Edgewood 1955 0' Oi? Y' J R LENGUADORO Wartburg College, B A I S T C Major Phys Ed M1nor B lology Soc1al Stud1es Freshman Class Sponsor Boys Baseball G1r1s Basketball and Track Coach Teache s b1010gy and soc1a1 stud1es Edge wood 1955 G MARSHALL RANDALL Pr1nc1pal U of Utah U of Washmg n U T State U of Iowa B A I State U Ma or Engllsh M1nors Soc1al Stud1es8: B1ology Co Spon sox' for Senlors Sponsor School Annual and Chlcago Tr1ps Teaches Typ1ng and dramatlcs Edgewood 1937 aa-If M H BRASE Coe College and S U I B A Coe College Major Phys Ed Mmors Math Sc1ence Soc1al Stud1es Boys Basketball C o a c h Math Teacher Edgewood 1950 VFW! 5- JOHN G DAVIS B S Iowa State College Ames Teaches Vocatlonal Agrlculture Edgewood 1954 56 FACULTY VKEEPERSH 4'9" WILLIAM A SANDER Morn1ngs1de College S1oux C1ty Iowa B M Major Musmc M1nor Enghsh Muslc Teacher Edgewood 1954 56 e Q' .QS J A' I A Y In I -X 40 g. , ' X - X 1 ,J , L I V 5,,1,5, , ,, , ' I rd, .I.,U.: 1.5. .C., ' . . ' 'f Q Minors: P01it.iCa1andS0Ciai Upper Iowa Universityg M. Sophomore Class Sponsor: ' , ' , n- A. -- a. . j : ' . x 'N ' . JI 5 'I' S. - P! . : . ' , ' . ' . ' . '. , ' . ' :' . . 1 ' 1 ' ' , ' ' Ha sv MW if RS QQ'-A 1 -1n-- FANNY E SWEDE Iowa State Teachers Col lege Un1vers1ty of Dubuque bn1vers1ty of Ia Iowa State College B A Umversmty of Dubuque Major Home Economlcs Mlnor B101 ogy Teaches Home Eco nomlcs G1rls Phys Ed and Englxsh Jumor Class Sponsor G1rls BB Chaper one Edgewood 1935 46 48 56 W-I Y I ar MABEL DURFEY Iowa State Teachers Col lege Grad 1n Elem Edu catlon, Upper Iowa Umver sxty. Seventh Grade Teach er. 1 3 AVA BROWN LennoxCollege Upper Iowa Un1vers1ty State bn1vers1ty of Iowa B A Upper Iowa Ln1vers1ty Major Engl1sh M1nors Pol1t1calandSoc1al Sc1ence French Fresh man Class Sponsor, THE TIGERS TALE L1brary Engllsh Shorthand Edge wood 1951 A5 "? HEI EN BUSHAW L of Nebraska U I L B U of Iowa Major Engl1sh Mlnor Hxstory E1ghth Grade Sponsor Edgewood 1953 40' 04" lav- 3 IQAQ NONA ZEARLEY ISTC andUIU S1Xh Grade Teacher Elementary Graduate Edgewood 1943 WEAIIHY IN WIT and WISDOM ARLEEN M WOLF Elkader Jumor College Iowa State Teachers, Col orado State College of Edu catmon. Fmfth Grade Teach e . Edgewood 1948 56. H A xi' w M 111:15 . "' sn' M , J . . ' , ' v' ' V' ' It 3 5 , A., . . ., D ' T . ,. . . ' ' I . . 5 . ., . : . . : ' - ' , . - .1 . , , . 9 ' . ' 'I . .D I . . , - , - . ! - - s If te X j, L 'aff 11' I Y 1 A I ' . I ,, 4 'L,,,.,- 5 X jg fy-X I I ' ' I V ww I g: .g ' f -if . I ' . . . . . . . ' 'f ' , , . a ' Q ' 95 - r - hA1HRX1NE LUCEY Upper Iowa L r11vers1ty Fourth Crade Edgewood 1903 IN THELMA ES FLING Upper Iowa Un1vers1ty Sec ond Grade Teacher Edge wood 1953 Y' HENRIETTA WAI RER Ipper Iowa Thlrd Grade Teacher Edgewood 1949 D79- M ffv NINA ROMIG MABEL ADAM Upper Iowa U n 1 v e r s 1 t y Upper Iowa Teaches Km F1rst G rad e Edgewood dergarten Edgewood 1956 1953 COMPETENT Q1 as, ww i I 5 X , QQ I Vx I G: I 1 X l A-. CAL to xJ f BETTE HAMLETT No k1dd1n' Vocal mus1c l 2 3 4 Cheer leader l 2 3 4 Class Of f1cer 2 4 Annual4 March mg Band 1 2 3 4 News paper 1 2 3 4 Dramat1cs 3 4 Operettas 3 4 Off1ce Secretary 3 Llbrary 2 4 Dr1vers Club 3 JANE LEWIS Oh Pooh' Vocal mus1c 1 2 3 4 Band 1 2 3 4 Basketball 1 2 3 4 Captam 4 Instrumental groups 3 4 Dramat1cs 3,4 Class Off1cerl 2 4 Annual 4 Paper Staff 1 2,3 4 Op erettas 3 4 Off1ce Secre tary 3 L1brar1an2 4 Dr1v ers Club 3, Class Saluta tormn. BR UC E HOC HHAUS w nuts ' Baseball 1 2 3 4 Projec t1on1st 2 3 4 Boys State Delegate 3 Annual4 News paper 3 4 Dramat1cs 3 4 Track 4 Vocal mus1c 1 2 Operetta 3 Class Off1cer 4 Dr1vers Club3 Off1ce Sec retary 4 F REYNOLD TEGELER See you later all1gator' Basketball 1 2 3 4 Base ball l 2 Dramat1cs 3 4 F F A Offlcer' 3 4 Class Treasurer 4 Delegate to State F F A Conventlon fl jo 5 JERRY HOLTZ ' Any old t1me' Basketball 1 2 3 4 Base ball 1 2 3 4 Vocal muslc 1 2 4 Dramat1cs 3,4 News paper 2 4 Annual 4 Class Pres1dent l 2 Track 4 Op erettas 3 4 Qin. ILA LEE TOTMAN Oh Honestly' Dramat1cs 3 4 Newspaper 3 4 Annual 4 Vocal muslc 3 Off1ce Secretary 3 4 Operetta 3 Hot lunch 3 4 L1brar1an 4 Dr1vers Club . 1 3 55 ' ' yy MA 11 ll ' YP 1 1 11 ' 1 1 11 ' 1 1 1 1 '- , ' ' . 1 . ' . , , , , ' 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 'S I ' 1 ' 1 1 1 1 1 , , ,S ' '1 1 1 .v .v 1 1 11 1 is ' ' ' ,Z ,I 1 1 3,4- . ' . ' ' ' ' - 1 1 -' ' 1 . . W. J! 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ESTHER UHLENKAMP Oh you pod' Basketball 1 2 Cheerleader 3 4 Newspaper 3 4 Annual 4 L1brarlan2 3 4 Dramat 1cs 3,4 Vocal chorus 1 2 Class Off1cer 3 Hot lunch 3 4 Da1ry Prmcess cand1 date 4 KENNETH KRAMER That s a c1nch' Basketball 1 Baseball 2 Dramatlcs 3 F F A 3 4 Annual 4 Track 4 F F A Offlcer 4 HARVEY ST RAUS OK Baseball 1 2 3 4 Annual 4 Basketballl 2 3 4 Dra a 1cs 3 4 F F A 3 Dr1vers' Club 3 Track 4 JANICE KLOSTERMAN Oh Gad' Band 3 4 Dramatlcs 3,4 Newspaper 3 4 Annual 4 Chorus 1 3 Hot lunch 3 l LAWERENCE LEE CLAIR FANNON Yeah' What seems to be the trou Baseball 1 2,3 4 F F A ble? 3 4 Basketballl 2 3 Dra Dramat1cs 3 4 Annual 4 mat1cs 3 4 Annual4 Track F A 4 F f f ie 4 4 f n as 44 1 ' rs ll nr , . . , . ,S I S 1 S 'J 3 -'Q Z I ' ' v 1 S 'J 1 S -4,-,S ' I I - - - '-I - - I , I - S sg " - X . I f , If 5 . 1 I 'V 'V' n u ua - nr 1 1 1 I 'I Z D U 0 . . - . . - ' . , f 1 1 1 1 1 1 n 1 1 'y 1 p mt ,Q ,4g ,5 5 F...3,4. Q . u 'IVY BONNY RIZER Oh well thats l1fe' Cheerleader 1 2 3 4 L1 braman 1 2 4 Newspaper 3 4 Dramat1cs 3 4 Hot lunch 2 3 4 Offlce Secre tary 3 4 G1rls State Rep resentatwe 3 Class Off1cer 2 Annual 4 Glee Club 3 Operetta 3 Basketball 1 Q7 -uv LARRY MAD LOM Oh, no ' Drarnatlcs 3 4 Annual 4 3 Q 'tr- ROGER WATERMAN Why come how for? Baseball 1 Dramatlcs 3 Newspaper 4 Annual 4 F A 3 1 'E GORDON ANDEREGG Whatca J1gger' Basketball 1 2 3 4 Base ball 1 2 3 4 Dramat1cs 3 4 Vocal mus1c 4 Operetta 3 4 Newspaper 2 4 F F A 3 4 Delegate to Boys State 3 C1ar1net so1o1st 4 Track 4 Annual 4 So' le' BETTY RODAS Oh you guys' Basketball 1 2 3 4 Vocal mus1c 1 2 3 4 Dramat1cs 3 4 Operetta3 4 L1brar1an 1 2 3 4 Newspaper 1 2 3 4 Annual 4 Tw1rler2 3 4 Band 3 4 SHE LDON BASSE TT Oh P1ff' Vocal mus1c 1 2 4 Band 1 2 3 4 Pres1dent 4 Bas ketballl 2 3 4 Instrumen tal groups 1 2 3 4 Track 4 Dramat1cs3 4 Annual 4 Operettas 3 4 Baseball 1 2 Pres1dentDr1vers Club 3 1' .:g,. gf tw , .V N 'y , l, .t ,, I i 1 , I .,,. , Y ll D ' Y, ll fl ll YI 1 1 ' 1 - ' 1 1 1 1 ' 1 141 1 1 1 1 " ' 1 1 1 1 1 l'I 1 . 3 . 1 F- - 3,4. . 5 ,J 1 1 1 ' 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 . ' 1 - . . ' . , , 1 1 1 1 1 S 1 ' S S I Q - ff: , A, Q, :ig -' .. -.. I 1 4.11 . N K N C l ,1 W N ' 1 1 ,Q ' Q Y . f 1 S X 1 ! if 2 A vi ll D, ll ' ,, If . YI 1 1 - 1 1 1 1 ' " ' Q 1 1 1 1 1 1 Isl 1 1 ' 1 1 1 1 1 1 ' 1 1 -1 0 ' 1 1 1 1 u P Q S q Q . , I , , D I I I 1 I 1 . . ' ' 1 Q O I . BERNARD FANGMAN Dear Mlss P1nky aseball l F F A Dramatms 4 Annual 4 I Q GARY CARNICLE I don t know' Basketball 1 2 3 4 Base ball 2 3 4 Dramat1cs 3 4 Annual 4 Track 4 Base ball captam 4 1- ,v JERRY LEE Great Pretender' Baseball 2 3 4 Dramatmcs 3 4 Basketball 1 F F A 3 4 Annual 4 Track 4 '36 Y ii. 1' LARY ASH Thls here Basketball 1 2 Baseball 1 2 Vocal muslc 1 2 4 Dra matlcs 3 4 F F A Offl cer' 3 4 F F A Delegate 4 Annual 4 Track 4 JIM BAKER Better days are comm Dramat1cs 3 4 Annual 4 FA GARY HARTBECK Take lt easy' Baseball 3,4, Annual 4, Dramatlcs 3, Newspaper 4. 'fi it DARYL HOCHHAUS What seems to be the matter? Dramatlcs 3 4 Annual 4 F A KENT BAKER K Newspaperl 2 3 4 Annual 4 Baseball 4 Drarnatlcs F A , 0 I t ' 1 ' . if 1' Q r K' ll I ' If ll I! fl H 5 - - - 3,45 . , 1 ' . S - 1 I Z . . . Q S S . , g 3 , F. . . 4. A I it A 45. lil. u ' x , , . 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SENIORS FRONT ROW Myrna Possehl Bonny Rlzer Leah Morley Ila Lee Totman Betty Rodas Esther Uhlenkamp Jane Lewls Jeanette Whltehead and Bette Hamlett ROW TWO N E Chrlstensen Supermtendent Clalr Fannon Gary Hartbeck Harvey Straus Gordon Anderegg George Hagenslck Bruce Hochhaus Roger Waterman and G VI Randall Prmclpal ROW THREE Kent Baker Lawerence Lee J1m Baker Dexter Hyde Larry Ash Bernard Fangman Sheldon Bassett and Kerry R1zer ROW FOUR Daryl Hochhaus Jerry Lee Gary Carnlcle Jerry Holtz Reynold Tegeler Kenneth Kramer and Larry Madlom JUNIORS FRONT ROW Ann T11p Berna Rlzer Jeanette Jewell Cec1l1a Chopard Phyll1s Jones Dar lene Dettbarn JaI'11Ce Jones and Joyce Kruger ROW TWO Mr Sander Raymond Nagel Rlchard Vaske John Pape D1ana Chapman Lanny Kramer Gene Hlnes James Strang and Mlss Swede ROWTHREE Bla1rBerens Glen Bassett Rlchard Landis Leo Helle Jr Bob by Carnlcle Sylvester Kafer and Larry Taken SOPHOMORES FRONT ROW Patt1anne Jones Marlene Chopard Vayla Kramer Reg1naVaske Mardell Greve Marlene Adams Vera Rom1g and Loucile Forsythe ROW TWO James Cole Wayne Thurn Nancy Lewxs Verona Sherman Charles Collins Robert Dettbarn andMr Brase ROW THREE V1ncent Fangrnan Robert Everett Robert Ma1ers Harold Tegeler Louls Rowell and Ronald Fousek Y Y ' 1 1 1 1 1 . . 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FRESHMEN FRONT ROW Judy Kruger Theresa Taken Janette Srnock Mary Schultz Joan Morley Sharon Greve V1rg1n1a Morley and Jolene Wllson ROW TWO Mr Lenguadoro Sh1rley Meyers Anna Lee Jean Shlngledecker Elalne Jaeger Lmda Ashhne Jeanette Funk Beverly Krleg and M1ss Brown ROW THREE Walter Clauson Rlchard The1sen James R1zer W11l1am Bushaw Ronald Gaffney and Howard Hansel ROW FOUR Gene Clark L vern Glbbs Gary Smlth Charles Helle Robert Brown Anthony Uhlenkarnp and Ronald Ash hne KINDERGARTEN FRONT ROW Bern1ece Dryer fteacher s aid, James Bowers Marg1e Peuker D1anne Jones Amta Vaske Sandra Colllns Carol Gassman Barbara Frltz J3.Kl1C9 Nleland M1nn1e Sm1th Shu-ley Tlmmerman and Mxss Adams ROW TWO Dav1d Elledge Patr1c1a Harbaugh Mar 11yn Stewart Wendy WIHIQIDS Gary Weyant Kenneth Welsh Larry Strelght Dav1d Kramer and Randal March ROW THREE Kathy Basten Jean Fobes Steven Klosterman Stephen Kmpper Marcla B1ShOp Carl Martens Alvln Bottleman Dav1d Hansel Larry Hansel Larry Hamlett and Terry McQu1llen FIFTH GRADE FRONT ROW James Anderegg Robert Sta.nley Duane Coonfare Susan Appleton Larry Thurn Roland Waterman Chfford Strang Bonme Sherman Robert Schroeder and Gerald Ernst ROW TWO D1anne Ward Ronald Brown Barbara Harbaugh Joyce Vaske Mark Dav1es Sandra Johnson Glenn Hansel Janet Basten Tommy Yoe and Mrs Wolf ROW THREE Carol Stone Dav1d Nagel Glory Ash L1.ndaMorley Eldon Mangler Cletus B1ssel1 Pr1SC111a Bushaw Conme Totman Judy Funk and Barbara Clark N Y Z I I I I I 1 1 . : . , Q I I I I . l I I 1 . 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EIGHTH GRADE FRONT ROW Roger Fousek R1chard Waterman AnettaRom1g Ronald Schroeder Almore Taken Bryce Hamlett Melvm G1bbs V1rg1n1a Jones Theodore kangman and Paul E1l1ot ROW TWO Joseph Strang Lo1s Rowell Karen Beatty Nancy Chopard Janet Hagenslck Carlene R1zer Cletus Remhardt Lana Madlom Judlth Kramer and Mrs Bushaw ROW THREE Ellen Ahrens Karen Jewell Thomas Kramer Merrlll Hyde Gary F1sher De-lo1s Shaw Terry Hansel James Ernst and Denrus Tucker SEVENTH GRADE Uhlenk-amp Gayle Frsher L1nda Sherman Walter Brown Eldon Shaw and Mary Musll ROW TWO Gary Klosterman Velma Rom1g Judy Kehrh John Atkmson Kay Ash Bobby Nagel Curtxss Blssell Robert Clauson Karen Rhmehart B111 Anderegg and Mlss Durfey ROW THREE Jeanette Shaw Fonda Scott Davld Hansel Ralph DHVIGS Rosahe Lehman Danlel Helle Mary Helle and Tom Lewls SDiTH GRADE FRONT ROW Larry Dettbarn Dale Jones Lary Klosterman Lorralne G1bbs Larry Smock and Billy Sander ROW TWO Jeffery Madlom George Jaeger Carol Vaske Charles Stone Marvin Larnphier and Mrs Zearley ROW THREE' N1cky W11son Barbara Gleason Terry Meese Shlrley Shaw and Judlth Ba1ley : ! l I . I J , J . . , . . . J , , , . : J I 3 J 1 ' I - J l J I ' J 1 - : 3 I I . J 1 J . I J .V I ' FRONT ROW: Kenneth Dettbarn, Mike Meese, Dianna Gassman, Jear1ne Theisen, Grace 3 . I . I i J . - : D ' I 'I l I 1 J I l I 3 l I . I I 0 : I 3 l I . l u I l I I l ' : J ! 3 . l J I ' : D i 7 I 9 ' ' ' . . I 3 , . , . . i KINDERGARTEN FAMILY AFFAIR Patrlcla Harbaugh fthe TIIGCSJ M1ss Adams the teacherj Carl Martens fPatr1c1a and Stephen s unclej and Stephen Kmpper the nephewj FIRST GRADE FRONT ROW Cathy Menge Conme Kruger L1nda Basten Denms Nagel Davld Gassman Carole Whltehead Terr1 Martln Gary Ingles and Pattl Morley ROW TWO Rosle Smlth Patty Welsh Thresa Thole Junlor F1eld Anne Westhoff Monte Kramer Larry Bushaw Terry Cole JoAnn Shaw Jack1e Hansel Danny Wulfekuhle and Mrs Romlg ROW THREE Barbara Frledley J1mm1e Thurn Ann Meese Patty Vorwald and Cheryl Adams ROW FOUR Davld Ward Don Naber Tommy Brown Danny Ash Gene Johnson Loras Matt Stephen Harbaugh Sandra Lesleln L1nda Peuker and Alan W1ll1ams SECOND GRADE FRONT ROW N11e Gleason Darrell Kehrll L1nda Hansel Tommy Burgm Reg1naThurn Evlyn Forsythe L1nda Coonfare Eugene Welterlen James Romlg and Randy Ryan ROW TWO Danny Bushaw Elame Them Galen Moser L1nda Strang Nancy Klosterman Rocky Barnes D1edraD1esch Randall Waterman Donald Martln and Mrs Estling ROW THREE Cherryl Fenton Quenton Ash Jackle Woerdehoff Joa.n Atkmson Sharon Gassman Alan Bottleman Donald W1lson Mary Jo Bishop Ard1th Hansel and Jan Welterlen ROW FOUR Gary Glawe Frederlck Gremmels Na.ncy Arthur Lesa Madlom L1nda Meyers Jamce Haynes Lynn Rowell and Juha Jaeger 'I . A, 2 3 , A . . . , . K , , . J J Ez: A ' .:fr. A 1. K: g ' U 1 3 . dgol' J, ' I ' ' 1 . : 1 I 1 J ' J . J . I A J J J J ' Z J J J J J J J J J J J v I : David Meyer, Marlys Dav1es, Sheila Nieland, Susan Arthur, John Chapman, Steven Everett, ' J . . J J J ' : J J J I J J J J J ' lim F , ' V - , rn , X t .m ,. . .... M 3, - - 1 if z . , ., . ' . ! . J J J J J D : J I J J J J J J J 1 I : J J J J J J J J J ' : I J J J J J J - THIRD GRADE FRONT ROW Exleen Hamlett Lmda Stewart Joyce Basten L1ndaMensen Jerry Ingles Larry Ingles Lu Ann The1sen M1ckeyYoe John Rornlg Duane Culbertson ROW TWO Gary Wh1tehead DOPIS Clark Kenneth Wulfekuhle Cl1I"C1SLL1dOV1SSy NoelKramer Dean Sherman Carolyn Bowers Mary Ann Chapman Barbara Taken Sh1rley Collms and Mrs Walker ROW THREE Danny Hansel Lou1s Jaeger Joanne Wold Loras Jaeger Earl Morley Pat Meese Jann Ash Sandrl Fr1edley and Layton Hansel ROW FOUR Steven Fobes Mark Helle Jane Blssell Carol Balley Gerald Scott Patty Culbertson Mary Arthur Mary Bea Chapman and Carl Thurn FOURTH GRADE FRONT ROW Clalr Kruger Sondra W11son Bonnle Ahrens Sue Ann Scott Jerry Fangman Larry Them Carolyn Meyers and Lorna Debes ROW TWO Kenny Moser Bonme Basten Joyce B1llmeyer D1ane Meyer Reka Smock Bobble Meyer Betty Shaw Floyd Forsythe and M1ss Lucey ROW THREE Dlck Holthaus Lola Ashlme Llnda Shaw Dav1d Atklnson D1ane Krleg Judy Johnson Dean Kehrll Curt1s Cole ROW FOUR Mary Jane Batt1n Janet Sh1ng1edecker Jan Baker Mary Them Jean Wxllrnan Joa.nn Straus Ronnle Hansel and Mlchael Meyer f Mrs Ogden speech correct1on1st and Mr Ogden dxrector of speclal a class educatlon and a pupll 1 ' I I J I J 3 I I 3 ' : I 1 I I I I I I I ' ' ' 3 J J I I I I I ' ' I I I J I I I , . , , ' I J I J I I I I ' I 1 I I I I I 3 ' ' J J I I I I I ' ' J I J I I I J . H I R 5 K , . 4 4' . 1 ,. . I , Q 'u A ' . +5 1 1 E -3 I PQI K , .. u I I ' I . , . Natlonal Guard Mllltary Ball Queen Band Queen fi: Karon Payne ABSENT WHEN GROUP PICTURES WHERE TAKEN OR ENROLLED SINCE FRONT ROW Kathryn Them Robert Strelght Gary Fousek Mar1onLamph1er Ronald Strelght Charlene Tlmmerman Gary Hansel and Gary Welsh ROW TWO Gera1dStre1ght Ronald Gearhart R1chard Gearhart Douglas Cole Ronald Tunmerman Robert Tlrnmerman Gary Bockenstedt and Melvm G1bbs ROW THREE James Downey Ke1thPeuker Davld Gearhart Carol Bockenstedt Jan1ce Klosterman Sheila Smock GlendaHartbeck and Karen Possehl E Y . . .1 T R C ..,1 T N T E A 1' .. H P . A O G M 5 L S E E T H T L l PLANT PE RSONNE L MRS MARIAN SHE FFERT Cafeterla -of' fllgig MRS BETTY SHEFFERT Supermtendent s Secretary MR. FENSTERMAN 'K' 15? ELI BAKER Bus mecharuc and drlver MRS GENE VIEVE SHERMAN Cafetema 1378 Qj 'if' BERNIECE DRYER Teachers A1d HOWARD KRAMER Custod1an BUS DRIVERS MR. REV. MR. MR. PORTER HANSEL CHOPARD ASHLINE 6- f sa x F .Q " J, Qx 5 , f ' ' 2 1 f .55 ' I SPORTS BOYS BASKETBALL TEAM ROW ONE Glen Bassett Dexter Hyde Bla1r Berens Jerry Holtz Reynold Teg eler GaryCarn1cle Mr Brase ROWTWO Ronald Fousek Harvey Straus Shel don Bassett Harold Tegeler Kerry Rlzer Gordon Anderegg Raymond Nagel JUNIOR HIGH BASKETBALL ROW ONE Walter Clauson James R1zer Merrlll Hyde W11L1am Bushaw B1l1y Anderegg ROW TWO Robert Clauson Ronald Ashhne Gary F1sher James Ernst Robert Nagel Mr Brase x ' .v .v 1 .v " . . - s 1 - ' ' J J 1 2 J 1 - .A X ' -' "'i"'f' A . 4 , K f ,.. as I , 'Z ' X 1 lg A n -...- . ' I I I I . . . 0 ' I I I 1 A - - Gary Carmcle Blaxr Berens Harvey Straus Jerry Holtz Sheldon Bassett Ronald Fousek Reynold Tegeler Harold Tegeler Gordon And eregg MM' Dexter Hyde Raymond Nagel Kerry R1zer .I l I' "1 l I H I H ta' TRACK TEAM FRONT ROW Bruce Hochhaus Kerry R1zer Gary Carnlcle Jerry Holtz Glen Bassett Raymond Nagel Harvey Straus and Sheldon Bassett ROW TWO Harold Tegeler Charles Helle Dexter Hyde Leo Helle J Kenneth Kramer Rlchard Vaske Gordon Anderegg ROW THREE Mr Lenguadoro Ronald Fousek Blalr Berens Gary Smlth Charles Colllns Robert Dettbarn Lawrence Lee and Supt Chrlstensen ROW FOUR Jerry Lee Walter Clauson and Robert Malers 2 ..,.....-A BASEBALL TEAM FRONT ROW Bruce Hochhaus Jerry Holtz Gary Carnxcle Harvey Straus Dexter Hyde Raymond Nagel Gordon Anderegg ROW TWO James Downey Ronald Gaffney Lawerence Lee J1m Cole Gary Hartbeck and Jerry Lee ROW THREE Howard Hansel Bob Maiers Harold Tegeler Blalr Berens Kerry R1zer Ronald Ashhne and Robert Dettbarn ROW FOUR Mr Lenguadoro Walter Clauson Gene H1nes Kent Baker Wayne Thurn and Ron ald T1mmerman ROW FIVE James R1zer and Wllliam Bushaw -Q . -fif .- : "J , W' 1' ' .lf . nr lm V D . , , -I t- 5 v. , V 9 ' Q . :L XV , , I " . ,. -P , ,. - , 5 .3 t ' , ' , A I 'J , 4 1 . 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Rona I e on Bruce 'X MP, Wlfxxk A cfme If fakes fra f fx a'af7 0 114 SWS ,oe hef fe!! v 6 Af vm-e 9 Cie- Iewx Bi Qfps-Z1 ana 0 ZO5'5..f ' GIRLS BASKET BALL TEAM FRONT ROW Cec111a Chopard Verona Sherman Ann T11p Nancy Lewls Jane Lewls Betty Rodas Leah Morley Dlana Chapman Berna R1zer and Sharon Greve BACK ROW Vayla Kramer Jean Shmgledecker Elalne Jaeger M155 Swede L1ndaAshhne Mr Lmguadoro Reglna Vaske Sh1r1ey Meyers and Joyce Kruger Q14 J' CHEERLEADERS Bonny Rlzer Glenda Hartbeck Bette Hamlett and Esther Uhlenkamp 94 lb Q Bonny R1zer Glenda Hartbeck Esther Uhlenkamp and Bette Hamlett I 1 l . I J l I I I l 3 I I J I ' : I I I I J 3 ' 3 1 .1 ' - - Q 1 A D , ,B wr L' t .. ' in tw I Ya FH' ' ' f x , 1 . K. V N , ' ' -X I , I --f .4 .. . if , A-4 'E' x 3? SX , " ' 5 ' I I 1 u . Q 5 "N ..J.. 4. if - ff I ' ' ' . S if . 4, L , , A S' ff - A 5 'F f - V .4 'E , -Q 4, 5 xr T ' . S 6 5 as ., 'S .A 3 Q s v q 'I ' 3 -. , I 1 E , S 1 S' ' , ' M ef f ag g 5 Sf 3 , ' ' 1 2 Q 5 t ' if lf f 1 s T- - gif S i . S ' . J I ' 1 1 ACTIVIT S Concert Band ..p-' Ir-M. '-Q Marchmg Band 'S Majorettes wif?-V' Www, 1954 55 DIVISION I CONTEST WINNERS Verona Sherman Ann T1lp Raymond Nagel fTrumpetsj Rlchard Vaske Berna Rlzer Sheldon Bassett Glenda Hartbeck QDrum Ensemble! Jeanette Punk Jane Lewls QClar1netsJ fl Q' A 51 V? i JUNIOR BAND l L iv-M SEXTETTE Berna Rizer, Jane Lewis, Betty Rodas, Verona Sherman, Jeanette Jewell, Bette Harnlett F F A FRONT ROW Mr Davls Larry Ash Roger Waterman Gordon Anderegg Reynold Tegeler J1m Baker and Kenneth Kramer ROW TWO Walter Clauson Jlm Cole Howard Hansel Charles Colllns James R1zer Lavern G1bbs and Gene Clark ROW THREE Bob Ma1ers Ronald Ashl1ne W1l11am Bushaw Ronald Fousek Sylvester Kafer Lou1s Rowell and Larry Taken ROW FOUR Kent Baker Harvey Straus Kerry R1zer James Downey Dav1d Gear hart Bernard Fangman and Harold Tegeler ROW FIVE Jerry Lee R1chard Landls Gary Sm1th Daryl Hochhaus Clalr Fannon and Lawerence Lee NEWSPAPER STAFF FRONT ROW Bruce Hochhaus Jeanette Jewell Betty Rodas Jane Lew1s and Jeanette Wh1tehead ROW TWO Bette Hamlett Bonny R1zer Joyce Kruger Berna R1zer Ann Tilp Patt1anne Jones Lmda Ashlme Myrna Possehl Esther Uhlenkamp and M1ss Brown ROW THREE Dexter Hyde George Hagens1ck Nancy LEWIS Roger Waterman Vayla Kramer Verona Sherman J3.l'11Ce Klosterman and R1ChB.I'd Vaske Glen Bassett and Raymond Nagel ROW FOUR Kent Baker Gordon Anderegg Kerry R1zer Sheldon Bassett Reynold Teg eler Jerry Holtz Leo Helle Jr and Harold Tegeler V Y ' - 1 1 1 1 1 1 - ' 1 1 1 1 1 1 ' ' - 1 1 1 1 1 - ' 1 1 1 1 " 1 1 - - 1 1 1 1 1 - ' 1 1 1 1 . . . . - ' 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 - 0 . . ' 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 - Q ' 1 ' 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 - 1 - JUNIOR-SENIOR BANQUET, APRIL 28, 12156 K 875 he emur gurls, aid' - I 1 111111111 1,11 Faculty and WIVCS of the men Our' aupc rxntendcnt S111 Aka on the faculty 3'1- Ioastmafster Nagel welcomes us Our' 11.1155 presldent, 111 tu 11.111111 ll Il -,ponds JUNIOR SENIOR BANQUEI' APRIL 28 1956 S." -1 nl-"F xx Z The banquet hall Our hostess Mlss Swede I1 .Lili are entertamed w1th Q4 fi 'Au AP.- Mus1c Dances Ph11osophy of Johnny Appleseed QLeo Helle Jr 7 and songs - V 9 .v I A 1 . ,,. 4 I i 11 -' ' f-f S, i , an ' ' N 1 , ,BJ ' . 9 ' VVS ' ' II31f5'5'IL , i 4 j I I 4 X ' I ' I g I , Z 1 I ' , i I ' I 7' , Pj I , vm 1 I FV L ,A f' . 0 , 5-, if 'H' an '4 I ' I, c N - ' I f V r --, -f' I - f ' I P-v' he ha U -'A' A L7 5 1 '- I A . 1 V I ! , . CLASS DAY MAY 24 1950 'Iii-urn-W Jeanette Whitehead gives We Smg the valedictory J Bailiff Hamlett swears Mrs DayWe1ter1en1s in Howard Kramer SWOPYI 1l'1 5-.A.1 We present Miss Swede with a J 1 H farewell gift--a Parker pen erry S so 0 desk set J 1 We present a school directory Final picture as a group as a class gift to the school. I ,J a A 1 5 '. I -f- AL , V, X Q- A THE SWING SHOW , U U , 4 , Q X n HI , I , A fl 0 L Q S " Sf 1 -. W l l ' i 5 7 Lp ' ' be Y , Ma O .. ii ,,f'i,fNf'v :Pt i xl if E 1' X A Ig . ull . 5,7 I 1 , - ' . "' ' Y may ' ' 1. . f It . ' FALL ALL SCHOOL PLAY DON T DARKEN MY DOOR il., 115, fu JN ....... 'Q I i J K A A hi ' 'E -f-aw fi-L., vu 11. SPRING ALL SCHOOL PLAY LOVE IS ETERNAL 4.1 ASQEMBLY PROGRAMS l..J4Q 4 Y fx 'ing-R Jn! CHICAGO TRIP MEMORIES Don McNe1ll 1nterv1ews Jerry on Don lVlcNe1ll mteruews Jane on The Breakfast Club The Breakfast Club SOME bIl'EP ON THE WAY TO AND PROM CHICAGO WHILE OTHERS 99999999 FY ,Aa- Bonny 8: Gary H Jane gl Sheldon Myrna 81 Bruce 'X We get lnstructlons from Mr Ila Lee exempl1f1es how Packed and Waltlng 1n Randall 1n the hotel lobby t1red and sleepy we were our hotel room for or when we at last reached ders to board the bus for home home ' I J! ' 2. . : . . I, X , I r I I E , Ji. tr. i , T, If J Supt and Mrs Karen Karen Jewell wms Umted Hag1e Award Chrlsteflsen Chrlstensen Jane Welterlen leads PTA crowd as v1ewed by Jane newly orgamzed PTA A r1d1ng we w111 go' Mr Kramer 1S not an apple po11sher if . E 'Q Q' 5 'x .- . . X, -vr-"v':S.5-- h 'I X Q e? xx V I , " 'V .. I . Y, hw vi 5 :I Al I 'T A 7X . Y . . J ' . fi N 5 g 'B Q I .LN 1 A..-6 A 5 , ,A ', . 1 . . 3 in fy 2 N V nl ' . A g, 1' K it , . N . K .5' fs , ' Y ' I H" .ns I . . . ' . - . v . gl , n 5 1,4 A5 . . y Q i . 'A ' I , F U ' 1 rx y I X A 1 Q And it's so good for you, oo Nice trick girls, Badge, Dexter, and Jerry H s Chi- if you can do it l cago discoveries--Marilyn Sylvia at rw and Rosalie of Oconto Wisconsin Oh no 1ta1nt just everybody that makes this comic page The old trainer goes to work Men from Mars l l. F 4-' Please Plea S 9 NOW I m what they Mmmmm' It s a wear thisnecker to school I brush my teeth I ve just made 30 T h e s e gla S s e S Most recent bride with IPANA wpm make my grades look a little better T. . ' 1' to 1 5 ' I' Zn Y 7X ' 1- , . M: if 5' L 5. 0 ' -. . x . ' " r t I it m, it - L x. . J ' . ' I . ' d0H'fSef1d meeck can a iady kiuer. MAN- ChieffO1'apU1'P0Se- Y , , f-- -N' , G. Q- 8 , ' I ' ' e x , yi x Q . , M , 0' Well, so what ? If the bovs only knew where Walt was when this was taken I .Jha- 1.5 We entertain our friends, Rosalie and Sylvia. A most unusual shot Bev shows the girls how Daryl at work to rock and roll I got cold feet' Little Jim F I .yeh .avg f' 2' 5. 1 .4 Look out, Rodger, we've got you covered. E11 adds up the day s re ceipts Baker What cute little toes you have note our wall radio IX 'I r........... S g ' 1 M-a , Q ,,,,' sg 5 . 1 .-:C A 1 ' 1 1 - Q I t "ff , . i, A R -In 3, P A, , . HISTORY Old THE CLASS Ol 1956 Had you been near the Edgewood School on September 4 194-l you mlght have w1t nessed the beglnnlng of thls class hlstory Hou would have seen a long le gge d youngster belng led to school by hls mother That would have been Jerry Holtz You would also have seen a chubby llttle fellow belng urged toward the school house by hls mother and that would have been Larry Madlam And so they came When they had all assembled the roll contalned the followmg names Gary Carmcle Clark McCallum Charles Denms Kenneth lfaust Gary Hartbeck Terry Holtz Shlrley Kepplcr Lanny Kramer Jane Lew1s Larry Madlom Bette Hamlett Dexter Hyde and Jeanette Jewell The tc acher was Mrs Allen Durmg the se cond grade Mrs Stensbol was the teacher and the class lost Kenneth l aust and Jeanette Jewell but ga1ned Myrna Possehl Myrtle Southwlck and Mary Jo Sharp The class moved 1nto a new room to enter grade three The new teacher was Mlss Donna Orr and Daryl Hochhaus yolned the class wh1le Clark McCallum left lt Mlss Orr changed her name to Mrs Day Welterlen for our fourth grade year and Shlrley Keppler and Charles Dennls were dropped from the roll Our flfth grade teacher was Mrs Esthng and we had changed rooms agaln and also added two new class members Leah Morley and Dean Tucker We also had Mrs Est llng for the slxth grade and added s1x members to the class namely Gordon Anderegg Barbara Clemen Jerry Lee Lawerence Lee James Wllcox and Terry Prlce Mrs Nona Zearley was our teacher ln both the seventh and e1ghth grades Thls was a new experlence for us as we now moved upstalrs James Wllcox and Terry PFICL left us durmg the seventh year and we were Jomed by Larry Ash Bonny Rlzer Clalr l annon Kerry Rlzer Jo Ann Smock lla Lee Totman and Kenneth Tucker Marlan Wagner and Van1ta Rldenour Jomed us 1n grade elght and Kenneth Tucker moved away Dexter Hyde left us before we started hlgh school to go to school 1n Colesburg and Barbara Clemen also moved away but slxteen new faces appeared Kent Baker Sheldon Bassett Carole Coonfare Gerald Funk -George Hagenslck Bruce Hochhaus Janlce Klosterman Kenneth Kramer Loulse Phelps Betty Rodas V1rg1n1a Stephensen Haryey Straus Reynold Tegeler Esther Uhlenkamp Roger Waterman and Glorla Wessel Our class sponsors were Mr Dally and Mlss Brown Our sponsors for our sophomore year were Mr Brase and Mr Burton Dexter Hyde returned to JOIN the class agaln the last semester and we lost Glorla Wessel Marlan Wagner Carole Coonfare Gerald Funk Loulse Phelps Van1ta Rldenour V1rg1n1a Steph enson and Jo Ann Smock We also added Jeanette Wh1tehead Ehas Faust J1m Baker and Bernard 1+ angman No one entered the class durmg ouryumor year but we lost Lanny Kramer and Ehas Faust Mlss Swede and Mr Sander were our sponsors The twelfth grade found Dean Tucker absent from the roll Mr Randall and Mr Chnstensen became our sponsors Th1s y ar was h1ghl1ghted by the Ch1cago trxp whlch we had been looklng forward to for years The followmg named senlors have had the1r entlre twelve years of educatlon ln the Edgewood School Gary Carnlcle Gary Hartbeck Jerry Holtz Jane Lew1s Larry Madlom and Bette Hamlett Thus the hlstory of the Class of 1956 comes to an end We hold the d1st1nct1on ofbemg th largest class ever to graduate from the Edgewood School Many of our members have been promment 1n athletlcs musxc dramatlcs and other extra curr1cu1ar act1v1t1es On l'r1day evenmg May 18 we were launched who knows where we may anchor I for one hope for smooth Salllflg and anchorage 111 safe harbors Gordon Anderegg 1 - 1 , . 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"' - 1 1 L LASS PROPHELY On a moonllt May n1ght 1n the year 1981 a group of fam1I1ar faces were seen gather mg at the old Edgewood school bu1ld1ng These faces belonged to the Class of l95b Back 1n 56 the class had dec1ded that IH 25 years they would get together for a second Ch1cago tr1p They were now fulf1ll1ng th1s agreement Among the f1rst to arr1ve at tht In Il 5 doorswas our own early b1rd back 1n h1gh school years Larry Madlom and I'11SW1f9 the former Pat Farrel of Volga It seemed that Larry had changed SIHCC he left school or maybe lt s h1s Job Anyway Larry 1S always on tlme for work H1s Job 15 t1mekeeper of the B1g Ben Clock 1n London England The next couple to appear 1n the doorway was so unfarn1l1ar that I was sure they had come to the wrong place But as they drew nearer I not1ced the g1rl s red ha1r and knew 1t was Leah Morley Pruess As Leah was always cons1dered a beauty back ln h1gh school days I was shocked at her fuzzy halr d1Sh pan hands and run over shoes It seems that Russell lost h1s Job and D12 1n order to keep the1r new car went to work as a dlsh washer 1n the Strand Cafe D12 told us that the Strand Cafe was now owned by Gary Hartbeck She Sald that Gary had remodeled lt and bu1lt a garage out back where k1dS could brmg the1r cars 1n and have the shlft changed from the r1ght to left s1de It seems that Gary found th1s very convement 1n h1s h1gh schooldays so he dec1ded to start a new fad Gary never marrled no one knew why but many thought It was because h1s best frlend Daryl Hochhaus beat h1s tlme wlth Beverly Hllsenbeck of Greeley It appeared that Daryl made more tlme w1th Bev whlle Gary was on vacatlon than Gary d1d 1n a year Daryl 15 now teachmg Enghsh 1n the Greeley school Oh well Daryl always was lnterested 1n Engllsh wh1le 1n h1gh school Most of the 56 sen1ors have arr1ved but the bus IS scheduled to leave at mldnlght so we st1ll have a half hour to v1s1t An old gentleman standmg next to Reynold Tegeler seemed fam1l1ar but w1th h1s could be none other than our own beloved E H S pr1nc1pal Mr G M Randall I felt sorry for Mr Randall now for I recalled on our f1rst Chlcago tr1p how rap1dly he walked and the trouble we senlors had 1n trymg to keep up Wlth h1m He never could keep up that pace now so I suppose we w1ll have to take more busses and taxlcabs th1s tr1p I stopped to talk to Reynold and found that he had won the Mr Amer1ca contest 1n 1970 and was now modell1ng men s sw1m su1ts ln Key West Flor1da I guess It was h1s long graceful legs that helped h1m to w1n Reynold s w1fe the former Esther Uhlenkamp our Da1ry Pr1ncess back l1'1 h1gh school days IS now owner of a dalry farm 1n Iowa No one knew for sure what came between her and Terry WIISOH but some sa1d Terry d1dn t llke cows The next person I saw was Gordon Anderegg Gord1e told me that he was domg very well 1n the manufacturmg bus1ness H1s product 1S unt1ppable cha1rs He couldn t forget the day 111 h1S senlor year when he and h1s cha1r took a sp1ll on the floor so he dec1ded to prevent any such acc1dents 1n the future Now that he IS r1ch Gordon says he 1ntends to beat B111 B1ssell s tune w1th Nancy Lewxs I m sure Nancy 1sn t 1nterested 1n the money though J1m Baker now town marshal Ln Edgewood told me that he llked h1s Job at all t1mes except for Halloween n1ght He doesn tl1ke to clean up the corn fodder and rubb1sh after wards I can remember though on a certam Halloween n1ght when HE hauled such 1tems 1nto town J1m mformed us that Cla1r Fannon wouldn t be able to make the tr1p Wlth us th1s year Clalr 1S a speclal k1nd of undertaker he operates a mortuary for females only .hm sa1d Cla1r was ready to go along when he recelved a call and s1nce Patr1ck always had a soft heart he couldn't refuse I was surpr1sed to learn that one of my classmates was now super1ntendent of E H S Of course I rushed over to congratulate h1m and to ask h1m how he l1ked h1s pos1t1on Harvey Straus told me that h1s secret amb1t1on had always been to have an off1ce of h1s own and s1nce Mr Chr1stensen always sent h1m down for somethmg he had forgotten Harvey took a fancy to that off1ce and made lt h1s goal 4 J ' ' x ' - . , . . I I I ! I ' ! . . . , . . . ' J . , , . . , . . ' J J ' s I ' 1 . . . ,. . ,, . . . 3 J I . . . . , . ' . -- I I J ! - J J , . . . . . J ti . . . y . . long Whlte beard, cane, and hearing aid, he was hard to recognize. However, Iknew lt . . . - 3 . . . . ' I , . . , . . . . I . . J k - , . . . . . J ! I . . . . , . , . . . . . I . . , ' I . . , . . , , . , . . . , . J . . . . . , . . - . . . , . . . . . . . I . . , . , . . . . . , Harvey then told me that his pal Roger Waterman was now athletic coach at E H S Roger had bc cn a fighter under the name of Rocky Roger but the only fight he ever won was the one for Janlce Klosterman Roger had a hard time convincing Janice that she should marry him instead of Kenneth Kramer but he finally won out and now he and Janice are happily married As for Kenny his broken heartwas quickly mended and he went west where he bought a sheep ranch in Montana Kenny was always fond of sheep especially the one he had had at home even though he did have to put on his track shoes when he went near him Noticing three girls talking I decided to Join them and become reacquainted Of course they were the trio of E H S days Jane Lewls Betty Rodas and Bette Hamlett If irst I asked Jane to tell me about herself She informed me that she was work1ng in a dog food factory where she samples dog food before it is shipped out It must be a very nourishing dog food for Jane now weighs two hundred pounds She said she never married because she didn t have room in her heart for both a husband and ten dogs Bette Hamlett told me that she and Waldo QDexter Hydej are now doing a man and wife dance routine at the Rainbow Tap She said that she had so much fun at the Aragon Ballroom dancing with Waldo on our first Chicago trip that she decided to make it per manent Betty Rodas had a much sadder story to tell She and Jerry Holtz had married a few years after graduation Jerry was well on his way to becoming a skilled surgeon but during his first operation he accidently left a pair of scissors inside the patient The patient returned a few months later complaining ofa side ache and when doctors reopened him they found the scissors Naturally Jerry was relieved of his position and from then on he lost all respect and confidence in himself He later left home and Betty said that she had traced him now to Maxwell Street in Chicago and that her principal reason for making this second Chicago trip to to look for Jerry had worked at the Baby Fold in Dubuque for a few years until I met my millionaire husband We are now raising our own baby fold of nine children When the next couple came through the door Ilooked twice to make sure it was whom I thought Yes it was Bruce Hochhaus and Jeanette Whitehead now Mr and Mrs Some gal in Iowa City hooked Lyle Beck I hear Jeanette was pretty well broken up and then when Myrna Possehl gave Bruce the brush off for some doctor Bruce and Jeanette turned to each other for comfort Bruce said he had always had a sl1ght crush on Jeanette back in high school when the two worked 1n the principal s office Anyway they are now happily married and have a family of three As for Myrna her career as a nurse was ended when she married a young intern lt seems there was a rule of some k1nd that she couldn t marry unt1l she finished nurses training Anyway Myrna is now making herself useful as a wife and mothering five Chll dren and a dog I moved on to a couple of boys who looked familiar but I couldn t quite recall their names When one of them said I mEaglebeak I knew they were Lawerence and Jerry Lee Jerry told me that after the death of Jimmy Durante he became the second Snoz and now stars in Cinerama all over the globe Lawerence who always was the qu1et one said that he was now night patrolman between Greeley and Onelda Traffic seems to have picked up between these two towns since Greeley built a drive in theatre Lawerence said his the former Audrey Smock was instrumental in getting his Job for him Looking over the group I missed Ila Lee Totman I asked a group of boys but none knew until Bernard Fangman said that she was his boss and would Join the group in Chicago He informed us that she now owns the Sherman Hotel Qrenamed the Totman Hotelj in Chicago and Barny tests beauty rest mattresses for use in her hotel He claims her hotel has the most comfortable beds in the world Ila Lee and Bernard should know for on our first tr1p to Chicago they were forever wishing that we could go back to the hotel so that they could l1e down and rest for a few minutes. The next person to appear was my cousin Kerry Rizer Kerry told me that he had finally married Verona Sherman and that they now operated the store at Wood Center The girls asked me what I was doing and whether I had ma.rried. I told them how I I lldded Kerry about Woodcenttr havlng expanded some ln populatlon and he Sflllllllggly rernlnded me that Woodcentcr was now the s1Ze of Chlcago and the pri sc nt C pltal of Ioyya The last group ofboysthatlmetlncluded Kent Baker She ldon Basset Gary C arnlcle and George Hagenslck Of course each had to tell of h1s expe rlences SIIICL graduatlon Sheldon sald he IS now a stock car racer I guess he got so much practlcc III hlgh school smashlng up h1s car that he declded to make It hls proft sslon Shtl sald he never marrle d because Jane Lew1s was the only glrl for h1m and eyc n though she turned hlm down for her dogs ht would always loye her George sa1d the f1rst th1ng he dld after graduatlon was to JOIN the Navy He had se rved a nlne year stretch and had expt cted to make a career of lt but a South Sea Island glrl changed h1s mlnd George and h1s w1fe are llylllg on the E131 Islands wht rs George IS chlef of the Many Head Trlbe Kent Baker who always had a fond plact ln h1s heart for school went on to tollege and IS now the Presldent of the Green Mountam College for young women III Vermont He sa1d he was st1ll unmarrltd but looklng Last but far from least of the tlurty two ex senlors was Gary Carn1cle He lnformed has grow n so mueh Gary flnds that thty need a new church and asked us all to contrlbute toward thls yery yy orthy caust Just then Mr Randall rappt d h1s cane on the floor for sllence and then announced that It was tlrne for us to depart Xnd so the senlors of 1956 once agaln passed through the doors of o1r o ar old E H S to spend another wonderful three day stay ln Chlcago and to re l1ve the past twenty f1ve years Wlth thelr classmates Bonny Rlzer SENIOR CLASS WILL Oh 1956 We the sen1or class of Edge wood Hlgh School belng sound ln mlnd and body do herewlth renounce any former or later yvllls and be queath our worldly possesslons as follows We the Class of 56 w1ll our lntelllgence and good conduct to the hard worklng Jumors who w1ll need 1t 1f they wlsh to become senlors 1n '07 I Larry Madlom w1ll my technlque of keeplng two flames burnlng at one tlme to Hoyvard Hansel It seems a flame burns brlghtly 1n both Bear Creek and Volga I Gary Hartbeck w1ll the prlvllege of takmg out the cop s daughter to R1chard X aske It s one way of not gettmg trafflc tlckets I Gary Carnlcle w1ll my ab1l1ty to wh1p Marlnes to Robert Tlmmerman Ask Gary for hls muscle bulldlng dlet Bob I Bernard rangman w1ll my secret love for Jeanette Smock to Robert Malers I Clalr lfannon w1ll my wavy halr to La Vern Glbbs Xsk Clalr for hls secret lot1on La Vern I George Hagenslck w1ll my ablllty of trymg to be funny to Glenn Bassett It seems Glen could use some of lt I Bette Hamlett w1ll my strmg of Strawberry Pomt romeos to Joyce Kruger I Daryl Hochhaus w1ll my perfect conduct ln Enghsh class to Ft1chard Landls It helps one to lmprove grades Daryl has found I, Reynold Tegeler, w1ll my perfect masculme bu1ld to James Downey I, Haryey Straus, w1ll my shvness of glrls to V1ncent I- angman 1 I 1 . . H H X . - I 3 I X V ' ' I J J , J I . V . F V . . V . . . 5 . . . V . V V . .V , . 'N . I 'N' ' in X 1 I ' H Y. V . . , . . . V. V V X x V V . . V V . . V . V V . V V- - . V . VV V . me that he is now the minister of the Clll1l'k'lI2lI. Woodeenter. Of course since the eomznunity' f X I sv ' - g V ' V Q V ' 7 v 3. V I A . . - C . . 0 ' 1 ' . f - - ' v ' ' L, .. . H . . . . V . D Y I . ' 1 ' . V , . . . . . . . a f 1 1 7 .J 1 .1 ' V . V . . . , . I I ' r 1 y ' ' - , M , , Y V , , . .I H ' 9 ' I Q J I , . . V . , V . V . . I I , . . , . V . V . V . . V. V V 1 ' J 1 I I . V , . . . . I I - I Ieanette Whitehead w1ll my parking place at the ereamery to Nancy Levyis I Jim Baker will my ability to play the guitar to John Pape You can win any girl by serenading her John I Jerry Holtz will my love for Rosalie in Wisconsin to William Hushaw I Kenneth Kramer will a free ticket to anyone wishing to see my acrobatic acts at the dance at lakeside in Crutte nberg I lerry Lee will my dancing ability to Larry Taken I Jane Le WIS will mv undying love for Sheldon Basse tt to Diana Chapman Let s keep the flame flickering Diana I Be tty Rodas will mv singing ability to Shirley Meyers Ive found all it takes IS a little practice I Hoge r Waterman will my boxing ability to Sylvester hilt 1 I Larry Xsh will my ability to keep Xnne Tilp interested while going with other girls to Raymond lyagel yy ho has a good start as lt is I Kerry R1zer will my ability to get along with yerona Sherman to Harold Tege ler 'lou Just have to know the right techniques Harold I Esther Uhle nkamp will my ability to hold on to one man to Glenda Hartbeck I Janice lxlosterrnan will all my freckles to Be ye rly Krieg lhey do much for your appearance and we understand you make appearances in some very strange place he nt Bake r will my ability to ignore the fairer se Dx to Robert De ttbarn Dexter Hyde will my baseball catcher s glove to Ge ne Hine s Bruce Hochhaus will my lovemaking spot by the window IU the principal s ofuee to lole ne VVIISOII and Blair Berens The audience you will have is 1ncl11ded I Myrna Possehl will my large vocabulary to Jean Shingledecker and yy1ll also include a dictionary I Leah Morley will all my scarfs yyhich Iuse to cover hiekie s with to lylarelell Greye e e f e sons 1 loss Sheldon Basse tt will my popularity with the opposite se X to Gene Llark I awe re nee Lee will my black conyertible to Ronald Caffney Ila Lee Fotman will my ability to lose sle ep and neyer show lt to Carol Bock enste dt We the Ql'1ss of 1956 do hereby set our hand and seal this twenty fourth day of May in the year of oui Lord 1956 In witne ss of Ila Lee Totman and the other thirty one members of the class I K 1 1 ' ef I ' V ' 3 . , N , Y . 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PROPANE GAS COMPANX Edgewood Iowa RIC HARD S CAFE 'IIIII5 ,lg PL ACE -' I dgewood Iowa EIO i EAT '-' v E T 'E SI' 'XHY -ROSE LUIVIBER COMPANY 151 fL:C,1 Edgewood Iowa One Board or a Tramload IARMERS COOP CREAIVIERX LOMPAINY '1-' Edgewood Iowa TRACTOR X WELTERLED1 8 RON Edgewood Iowa 'I IIE IOWA Comphments of 'N CONIINENTAI., TELEPH I E COMPANX 1 i '59 C12 D LJ Q E DRUGS PROMPT 1. RV 2 PEICIX S PHARMACY Edgewood Iowa Lomphments of DR H B STALNAKER Edgewood Iowa 6 L, 3 f ' ' ' w I , me I G ' Q 5 5 N -, 1 - 1 I I ii " k CW ,. . , 7 11 a Y ' ' I , J I . .T A Lv ' fu Iv I' O v ' IT ' 4 I 'Q , SE ICF. , I U Established 1923 , Phone 53 ' 21 EIIGEWGGII IIIL GIIMPA Y Shell Oils - Distributors - Gasolines Edgewood, Iowa FGRD GARAGE F L Welterlen hdgewood Iowa IC ty,-Q gyfllf MILLER PRINTING GIIMPA Y Edgewood Iowa Mertonl., M1ller Owner Phone 109 GRTHWE TERN MUTUAL LIFE INSURA GE GGMPA Y Insurance of all kmds Mllwaukee WISCONSIN The heav1est burden for a man to carry IH the late afternoon of lxfe lS an empty purse Old age may seem a long way off but when It doesn t It s too late to do anythmg about lt Old age can last along tune but lt can t last longer than a retxrement mcome pohcy Let us show how th1s plan works part1cularly for you O H Berens spec1al agent I3 F Kehrh d1str1ct agent Phone 45 3 K Els sv' DON Tx f FORGET 1 , I MALDOM BRUTHER Agru ultur 11 Luna stone Phong EN 1+ dgcvs ood Ion 1 1 r I 1 ' X 2 ' wp C'onC1'C-IO Rock and Crushed Hook 3 . , ' , 'L f S XJ C ongratulatlons To The Class of 56 Ll GTOEand 'l'0E Farm 69 Home btore Paul I I 1v1ngston Allls Chalmers New Holland Implements Xppllanoes Hardware Bupane C as Momtor Water Qystems Well Work Edgewood Phone lowd INTERNATIONAL HARVEST!! Comphments of EDGEWO0D IMPLEME T COMPA Y Edgewood Iowa m 7 g Rv K N ' ' J-I M. J. Stone I ' -- 1 1 A-- 3 1 50 ' DeSoto ff :rx U U x 1 A HLI Emma Phone 78 Lloyd Ashline - Edgewood, Iowa C ornphme nt s of MIDWE T 0AK TIE COMPA Y 6 MOSERS MARKET Wlsh Each And Ever one of You Graduatm Qemors The Very Best of Luck x . S In Your Forthcomlng Adventure of OR wrmn PL fm: muon 1-F5522 s 0' ' ' Qggfgui RULON S GROCERY Edgewood Iowa 90 SHEFFERTS T V SALES AND SERVICE Phone 7 P I Edgewood Iowa R 9 W , . k . O C19 c 19 ' r ,Y VU' xr 'X . f -34 1 'rv ,195 - .Llf',-,- ' 'h gli 4' K vc?" 4 4 A x 5. Q' U- Q , P I FOBES HATCIIERY Bring us your Poultry Problems Quality Baby Chicks - Equipment - Remedies Top Quality Rooster Feeds Fortified With Manamar AL MAR INN Strawberry Point, Iowa Alex Althoff, Owner R H FLIEHLER Attorney at Law Real Estate Edgewood Iowa HOWARD BEATTY AND SON Grinding Feed Mixing Grains Custom Shelling Phone 4 Edgewood Iowa Your Pillsbury Dealer od STRAND CAFE Edgewood Iowa CLAYTON COUNTY FARM 'SERVICE PRODUCTS Phone Red 116 Carl Ackrnan Senior Class of 1956 B E SCHULTZ Electrical Wiring Shoe Repairing Edgewood, Iowa SIANLEY HOME PRODUCTS Hazel Shmgledecker Edgewood Iowa Compliments of ADOLPH POSSEHL D 1 If ' !Y 1 "Plan each day a little more than you can do, then do it. " ' I' , - ' - , For the best value in Dairy Breeding Call your Clayton County Technician affiliated with Eastern Iowa Breeders. WE LEY C00 EAEE Edgewood, Iowa Phone - 108 K Livestock Bought Everyday Yard Phone 14 Edgewood Iowa HELL 0lL TATIE Firestone Products Phone 68 Edgewood Iowa There s a one and only EDGEWOOD FEED MILL G L Perrinjaquet Feeds Seeds Grain Fertilizer Phone 2802 Edgewood Iowa S I , 1 CARL .THURN In Memory of T W LIGHTER M II 234'-5'NE.' N wg, QM A II I DICK CHAPMAN Shoes Furmshlng INot1ons GFOCSFIBS Edgewood owa Phone3 A and A II X SERVICE Edgewood Iowa Phone 89 4 Ls-'LC S34 A! Good Luck and Best Wlshes to Class of 56 PIISSEHL WELDING SHIIP Edgewood, Iowa Phone 12 0 0 Q 0 0 I g t'-Nh ' if , 13 -' me N Z 5-5f""775:' I., QZff4Mwg0a.:gtc. l . O - . . - , . - . 1 I X 1 , ,f , X D FF?t',51, 2- , - flligrl ll . 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