Elgin High School - Panther Tracks Yearbook (Elgin, IA)

 - Class of 1955

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I 'IGP School i Paul Zurbr igg en, Pr inc ipal L -'MJ FRCNT Hrs Schori, Hrs Heinhard, Mr Zurbriggen, Mrs Wenger, Mrs Grove PACK: Hr Grether, Hr Walker, Mr Wenger KATHRYU GROVE PAUL ZURBRIGGEN GLADYS SCWORI English Principal English Dramatics Biology Dramatics Coach CLYDE WENGER ROSE MEINHARD Driver Training MlnunED WENuER Home Economics Mathematics Commercial Science Social Science ROGER WALKER LEO GRETHER Coach Music Social Studies A .AAIALALXILXLAAAAA ' ' I If 4 g Ifx:? 1 l 1 4 . 1 Y 4 . . 1 ' s L I Y 1 ' . 4 , 1 , 1 . 5? 1 ' I 4 L 1 n 5 .yvvryvvwvvy-vvvvvvvvvvvvvyg 's. ,xg .,nsij':u:-0' I. "-31. " : ' . an ,' J 1. 1 1 . ,. 2 a Q o o U 0 o O C O l 1 --vu-. ., A School Mary Howard Eva Page X xv' SCFOOL BUS DR IVERS Alf' Ruckdashel Don Fauser' Bill Yearous Merle Ruckdashel Reub Howard Tomrrg Ogle Don Page F HOT LUNCH COOKS fait If asf 4' ' Helpers CUS1 CI IAN John Andor on ,. x ' ,-,V . X , A , M IIA K 'x H . Y P . Xt tj KRW.. 5 4, .f"' 0 . ,, ,.-- f . A . 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Q Senior Histor This is radio station EHS ' e have just received the exciting news tnat a group of colonists have reached the mystic land, INTFLLIGENZA Here is your favorite commentator, Mr Tiger, with the nNews behind the news In September of 1951 a group of very inexperienced colonists met in Elgin High School to organlze for their journey to INTELLIGENZA With Barbara Medberry as leader the following people started forth Elaine Anderson, Lucille Crain, Joan Friederich, Beverly Howard, Joann Gisleson, Janice Lantz, Reva Medberry, Marilana Ogle, Nora Rainey, Dalene Shaffer, Marilyn Schaer, Greta Falb, Mary Ann Schaer, Nancy Larson, Donna Meinhard, Beverly Muehlethaler, Robert Gilbert, Charles Medberry,Donald Peters, Eugene Medberry Stanley Capper, Richard Clark, Dwight Gruver, Stanle Lehman, Bobby Medberry, and Glen Snyder After a day of Hconoitioning' by the senior colonists, they packed all their supplies and started down the strange hlghway toward INTELLIGENZA At the first crossroads Evelyn Orth and Marjorie Johnson joined the voyagers and Bobby Gilbert took a road westward The brave colonists completed the first part of the journey very successfully and with Stanley Capper to lead them they pioneered onward As Carol Rorie had joined the group, the crew now numbered twenty nine. x The road was becoming more and more difficult, but the colonists refused to give up They elected Beverly Howard as their new leader and began the thlrd part of their journey Because help was needed, Mavis Bachman and Paul Stillman joined the troop The enlarged caravan soon found themselves in a very dense jungle and, as if from nowherq a few hundred natives descended on them The natives weren't very savage and they promised the colonists their freedom if they would perform for them So, the highly talented and industrious colonists set to work and produced a play entitled nForever Albert H This proved so hilarious that the natives became weak with laughter and could no longer hold the colonists in captivity At the edge of the jungle Carol Rorie and Paul Stillman took a different road Meanwhile, the colonists had been journeying up and up until they found themselves almost fl golden stars called 'Class Rings Each member kept one as a good luck token Next an enchanting side trip was taken into the land of 'Moonlight and Roses where a ....v..,. ln , sumptuous banquet was held ,J sl From these newly attained heights the shining city of INTELLIGLNZA could be seen and Beverly Muehlethaler led them forward on the final part of the journey Frances Larson and Bobby Gilbert joined the troupe and Mavis Bachman, Donnie Peters, and Richard Clark departed A time zone was entered near INTELLIGENZA and the crew NTurned Back the Clo ku Csenior class playl for the benefit their families and friends There was an exciting flurry of activity with banouets, parties, and side trips, as the colonists brought tneir noble journey to a close On May O, 1955, they were presented their keys Kdiplo ssl to the gate of the golden city They had attained their goal INTELLIGWNZA xxxxxswm S9 44 7 et f rzfazf ob" A xx xxx N 'Q X 'xr' XXX- ff H I yr- ,Q . J 1 w P l ll O O a Q 'Y , . . V . O O l X f V , ' a -"K Ax V !,,v u p . AN L- ' O 0 , Q '- O I -V, 9 o L . eegi' "lL1-wA- gi in the sky. Here they encountered the long-rumored,tiny, . , . -1 N 4 ll 9 1- l 1 I - ' a lp 9.3 lm 12? I n I .A - O c . . of X . 0 N-Q: ' ' . . 2 "' I 0 "' ' -I . X 1 .f . 1 ,Qs 254 Q. s. N X ' Sensor Actlvltles X On August 30, 19514, the class of 'SS finally became the proud possessors of the last two rows of desks in the assembly We celebrated this event by initiating the freshmen and rewarded their efforts by preparing a picnic in supper and taking them to a show that night. I 59 Y The next big event of the year was the day our senior x" pictures were taken The proofs were greeted with suck 5' 'Ab '1 questions as, "Can they change eyeballs?" or "Will they l ag, straighten that toothvn The proofs were sent back and we anxiously waited for the finished picture. When the pictures were made as glamorous as modern photography allows, we were satisfied, our only dis- appointment welng that they seemed to look too much like us! Despite the many activities of the year, we managed to V a hayride to which we invited the Clermont seniors Our last party, which everyone agreed was the best we'd ever , had, was a card party held in the hot lunch room W w played volley ball and various card games and had a lunch I 1 -1 . afterwards. The twenty five senlors present found that the best parties are the ones held at the school house. The next activity of the year was in the form of a sales campaign In order to defray the cost of the annual we sold greeting cards. The campaign was successful and proved to be SWL a good lesson in salesmanship. The editors for the annual had been elected and assignments were made. Everyone was busy wrlting, typing, cutting, and p sting to meet the oeacline and make the "Sb" annual "the best ever,' On February 25 we went to West Union to Court Day which will be an annual event for nigh school seniors. The mock ' E, trial given by the Fayette County Bar Association involved ' A a fictitious auto damage suit with a jury composed of student Three hundred twenty five seniors from Fayette County were present. At this time our thoughts had turned to our class play and we were busy with tryouts and rehear als On March 25, we presented 'Turn Back The Clock," a comedy in three acts On April 23, the juniors present d us wlth a lov ly bancuet in the high school gym The theme and centez of attraction was the May Pole A sumptious feast was served in a garden setting decorated in past l colors. 'll There was much excitement in the air as we approached the 'f end of the year On May 13, we went to Iowa State College at Ames for Veisha and following this, plans were mxde for skip vu Our nirh school career was blought to a clos wlth two memorable events. On May 8, Baccalaurea e service were held at th Baptist Church. Reverend Vanderbeck delivered the sermon. The school picnlc was held May 20 and that evening Commencement exercises were held in the gym with Dr. Uugene Garbee as sneaker. The class of Q S5 had achieved its goal when the 29 seniors received ther diplomas. 1 I I I ,ff ff s f 5 at , ', -2 J - . ef, fi, N J . '-62:58 .' -" fr 'L'-'XTX ' ff f ll , .rr , . . -,J , Q v 5 1 0 A 1 f' QQ I ' 4 H if 1 thy . H --H - ' O 4 E - fl S I . . wr W' -'Q 2: X ,, 51 5.1, J P -have two successful class parties. The first one was ,on ,I Y . JA 1 , ,f - --Y 'li' J' 7 tl Q . N ' e .2 4 - , - ' - J 'V . 1 Q if w r is - M ' 1 -,il .c .,, W VS. - 1 ,A J , .D . S Q ' l I . vb V 4 .n- N 2 J . ,,,....- 1 y M r W s- X I d X O . L ey' ww ay' S -' 1. X 1 ' ' -C l . CJ t 0 V Q N 'ut Na .. xx Q 15 .4 27 n n ' 1 NANCY LARSON Cheerleader, Jr. Play, Newstaff, Speech, Driv. Trn. Annual Staff, Sr. 'Q' 1 Play, Instr. Music. ARTHUB STRONG Football, Basketball, Baseball, FFA, Jn Play, Jr. Vice Pres., Annual Staff, Sr. Play, Vocal Music. BEVYYIY 'lLPlVTFAL1F BXrPXPn M DP PTY Annual Editor, Ncwstaff Editor, Basketball, Jr Play, Instr. Music, Play, Flesh Pres Sr Clas Pres , Vocal R Inst Vusic, NevstafQ Driv Trng Jr Play, Annual St ff, Sr. Play ff? ROBERT u Iam J. Annual Staff, Jr. Play, 11- Sr Play 'SJ TOANT GIQLVSON Jr. Play, Annual Staff, Lriv Trng , Sr, Plax . . 4.11 1 Vo W!! 'mp' V 'Vp ,..:.l.. fu VC. C. T K C,- Sr. Play, Annual Staff, Speech, Sr. Vice Pres., cal G Instr. Music. r 1 STANLEY LhHMAN Baseball, Football, Jr. Play, Basketball, FFA Vocal Music, Sr Play, Annual Staff 1' V? IA ETL QTY A s xl W., 55:4 Jr Flaw, AI ull Qtd I, " D V Tlng I 3 Speecl, Voc Music xl In AHLRSON Annuil Staff, r Plav S Flax, Dru 'Tzng , Vocal A In T1 us c. Quai., Q fu... 1' Sh 4 Jr. Pla , Annual Qtaff, 11.1, Voc 1 Mu 1 Play VA? IU Ix SC F Annual Staff, Jr V T n, , Qec5.,Xocal hlsic, SI Play a iaff A Inst. K-fi-9 LLYN 01TH Jr. Play, Drlv Tlng Annual Qtaff, Sr. Play: .D Speech. 1:Q eu- nf Q-s '11 STXNIEY CAPIER Baseball, Football, JI. Play, Ea ketball, Qoph Cla s Pxes., Nexstaff, Vocal R Instr Music, Annual Qtaff Qr P ay S. N-f MAITLANA OPI Jr Play, Annual Staff Soph. Vice Pre , D11V. Tlng , Ncmstaff, Vocal A Inst. Music, Sr Play 1134 MIL? I1Y Football, Drlv WOT A RAI TES Jr Play, xnnual Sta DTIVQ Trng., Speech. Trn s FFA1 Sr. Plav, Annual -, staff, Sr . 1 gy P135 o JOAN FRIELEHICH Q Annual Staff, Jr. Play, ' I Sr. Play. Qi, N NJ-ml .meh bb: I ST: Play S 'Q' it ll? ?::: Annual Eaiton Tr. Pla , Ixiv Trng., Newstaff, Vocal R Instr. Music, R05 RT dELr IPY Football, aa cball, Jr. Play, Baskatball, Annual Qtaff G i LONIA Mllhu Annual Staff, Jr Play, Driv Trng Fresh V P fS Sr. Play, Vocal PEN nIY FO NPD Newstafg Vocal 8 Instr. Nu iq Basketball, D11 Trng , Jr Play, Annual Staff, Jr clas res., Qr Play CILN SNEIER Baaeball FOOtball, Play, Basket all, Sr. P1a5, Annual Staff funn MAIGIE JOFISON Ac Sr. Play, Annual Staff, Qoph. Class Secy , Jr P1a,, Drlv Trn., Vocal 8 lnstl. Music. L. W V h' vlfzllfl . 0 y ' 0 l ' :I I c - 2 f 1 u "J . ' . A A -' A Sr. 5 P107-'n f H ' I na .21 ' Q I VMEXHD I V--' -' it ' M N - -s ' - 3 I TJ ag V xvzl 8 IUStI1q MUSlCo O .1 I L, A L ' -'Lv' . 4-H: 4' A r ' an b . S x V0 55. ,f . ' s P Lf O D Y V i , .. .I JT' . f A I . K v V ik ' ' , M 5 ,Al .K 1 AJ c .X y ' 5 . O . xx x v ' . LCL LLNTZ Jr. Play, Annual Staff D lV Trng, , Sr. P ax, Pasketball, Vocal Music, Z Sv EL GENE MEL? E1 PY Football, Baseball, , Play, Basketball, FF , S Dr-iv. Trng., sr. Play, Annual t ff. x 'o CFIMA F1LB JI. Plaw, Annual Staff, Speech, Drlv. Tlno., I' Play REVA IVEEIDPLRRY Vocal an Instr Music, N X Speech, Basketlall, Jn Play, Driv Trng , Sr. Play, Fresh Class Sec., Annual Qtaff, Newstaff COLOR 8 Ch 1 PM arcoa UCILLL camw MOTTO will flnd A wa JI' Play, AI'll'l'l18.1 Stdff, or make one D11Vg Trng, , Sr' Play VI.O'A Pink Carnatxon , 1 Vflxfs The Class Prophecy nf ' ' 1' N47 BLVVRLY HO WARD Legal Secretary Q O 501' Aw XX F QQ W Q9 Q6 9693? Qhdedzqff Q96 AR apt My C39 fm H AS Qx Q wb GLE 41.,f4 D SPO QA 12 QI, Q Ahlf? 'P esort Owner, 'se RIP? 699 XX? O U Ohn Sao 'OBO 35 LU ey ,5 'SQ O Q Qc C' D oh 04, bob L58 gxxwaf eo 015, w O YE' 609 Q5 de JIV QP ea 5 4: O .Q H 'Y Kg, xp RILANA OGLE t mugi GQ5 ,CG MA t 8 Leader Q Y. 4 X 56 454 OrcheS I' E509 Q3 303.050 ill 1,6 Soxavfxxef Q 5085? 8 fx jbbe 806' wlxifcxae YR 4+ QQ Sale GI 5 MYER 1-Ia 485 ,Q 1- Q sms E17 of 0 LEW Smuufse sh 635 Q Pm J Y Qogq? Went ,mf QQAQP ROBERT TTNDB 'my 16843320 QQ Skating champ or QQ? 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'igi G 'Q' O' Ceo ,P ,V Q O0 47' .J L.- If ' S Senior Class Wall We, tre Senior Class, of the city of Elvin, County of Fayette and State of Iowa, being of legal age and sound mind and memory, do make, publish and declare this to be our Last Will and Testament, hereby revoking any and all wills by us heretofore made I Joann Gisleson, do will and beoueath my job in the hot lunch room and my secret loven to Florence Hofer I, Joan Friederich, do will and bequeath my quiet manner and Swiss accent to Pat Capper I, warg John on, do will and beouearh my sneeze and my habit of always being 1 te to Stan Shaffer. I, Nancy Larson, do will and beoueath my aggresslve attitude and my cheerleading unlform to Billy Bennett. I Marilana O le, do will and bequeath my social enga on nts' and my long hair to Carlton Krueger I, Nora hair y, do will and bequeath my Gl8WODQ and my love for Wadena to Mary Ann Hofer. W ap I Donna Ieinhard, do wlll and beoueath my drum maJor's ty Q uniform and my affection for a certaln family in Canaoan to Larry Putikofer, I my saddle shoes to Kenny Crider. Stan Capper, do will and bequeath my strong muscular arms and my flirtatlous manner to Janlce Loftsgaro I, Frances Larson, do will and beoueath my big blue eyes and my favorite expression 'Oh dear,n to Jim Schaer. I, Barbara Medberry, do will and bequeath my tosition on the girls squad and my place on the honor roll to Nona Ao k I, Glen Snyder, do will and beoueath my physi ue and my las ball equipment to Marie Sutter I, Evelyn Orth, do will and bequeath my Jolly nature anw my librarian duties to J P Falb I, Greta Falb, oo wlll and beoueatu my pl ated kl1tS and dark rimmed glasses to Leslle Lemlke I, Charles Medberry, do will and beoucath my ability to answer cuostlons in class and my fatherly concern to Chuck Chrl tlanson. Eugene Medberry, GO will and beoueath my ability to tea and my membership ln the F P A to varlene WGGO I, Dwight Gruver, do will and becueath my ultar and my Jhllity to sing hill billy son to oene Lantz I Hob Gilbert, do wlll and beoteath my stuolous ways and my ability as a sal sman to Janette Krue er. tw I, Stanley Lehman, oo will and bccueath my lonl legs and fishino pole to J4DlCC Larson. I, Dalene Shaffer, do will and beoueath my tromoone and my excellent posture to Norman Mitts I 1 3 .C A ' O 6 A . , I F , 9 - K A , I1 I O I I' 9 A s o 2 9 . . - ll I , I " a' A--NL " O I- ,-,I 11 V A- 1. A. X -- Q -: if Q "'ul'. I .x I r ' ' , .. , , H A 2 . I , ' . . ,A . B I hx I 'bf .x,c 91 H.f I Lucille Craln do will and beoueath m lonr curl' hair and ,X n 1 I 5 r xx 1 , If . . .. I . . A 'X L A. ' To 1 'Ya V A 4- O l C . ' I fx I , A f H . ' li 0 0 o I w v V A 3 S 1 5 xx . y 1 . I, . ' -A ' se . U ,,. . Q 5 Q AA I O . gf' ls' ' - -rs ' . ff , L . V . h, M K, ' 9 G , A , A . , T , O P ' n I O I, Bobby Medberr , do will and bequeath my yawn and my f speedy "Green Hornet to Colleen Howard, 2 I, Beverly Howard, do will and bequeath my shorthand note and my love for long I, Art Strong, do in Clermont to Keith I, Reva Medberry, book and my fond affection for the Army to Jeannie Shaffer. I, Janice Lantz, to will and bequeath my drawing ability distance calls to Dianne Nelnhard. will and bequeath the sophmore girls and my 'interest' Crider do will and bequeath my changeable moods and my busv schedule to Marcia Wolf I Marilyn Schaer, do will and bequeath my duties as Mr. Grether's girl "Friday" to Jeanette Krueger I Mary Ann Schaer, do will and bequeath my perfect pen anship and co operative spirit to Ruthann Mitts. I, Beverly Muehlethaler, do will and bequeath my straight f'3 dark bangs and my desire to be a teacher to Duane Engelhardt, I, Elaine Anderson, do will and bequeath my many trips to W the Elgin Post Office and my soprano voice to Dennis Cook E In Witness Whereof, we have mereunto set our hand to this our Last Will and Testament at if f -Q, this if tDay of 4ra,tg!i: , A D 1955. Signed , Pres of Senior Class Witnessed witnessed Senior Snapshots N 'ff 2' - 2? S Agn:-Ittx ' ce Q I " o . . l o I . ' . X I I Q lil- If n a. 11 K L- 1 ,. '?l""'4 li 'I l V 5 0 o 1 ' I K 1., XY 4 I , . It svn , 1' X 7 4 - I K J I E w f- 97 21" if V- WS, f s l u . , Q 6 . ,' I v V . ' .6 -. . s Q 13A Junior Class 41, sv- .5-.A..a. MtON1' ROW Florence Hofer, Patsy Capper, Marcla holf, Marlene wedo, Dlanne Melnhard, Jaruce Loftsgard, Janlce Larson SECOND ROW Mary Arm Hofer, Nona Mork, Ruth Ann Mltts, Marla Sutter, Jeanette Krueger, Colleen Howard, Jeannie Shaffer THIRD ROW Larry But1kofer, Carlton Krueger, Keith Crlder, James Schaer, Duane Engelhardt, Norman Mitts BACK HON Dennis Cook, Charles Chrlstlanson, Leslle Lembke, Shaffer, Bllly Bennett, John Falb, Kenneth CT1d6TfAbS6Ht Janette This year was an eventful and busy year for the Juniors. It was so time con uming that we missed having a class party toe first semester. Our first project was operating a re freshment stand at the football games, tne proceeds of which were used fol the JUDlOP senior banquet. In October two lone awaited events took place, we ordered our class rin s and rehearsals for the class play beean. Our play, 'Father of the BP1d6,n was presented November 5 During the second semester, plans were March we found time to h ve our only cla s narty. After a not luck supper, we plaxcd xolleyball and card mf? Stanley Kruegerj X Q69 Noll Q 1- wg WORRY W . ggkkg 1 r, 7 ,. ,M 2 ' . O made and work commenced on the banquet. In I is if 1 3- , f3 xi g B L7 A :nv-yr-Q J xx, .If J AH'A C'M'N' -WI as hx L , A ,..,, xx i f- GC, wi W IL 's X f ai EEST Q, I n 'gm fl Q A Sophomore C ass 6 FRONT ROM Llnda Kiple, LeAnna Frleden, Judy Helms, Delores Kerr, Dorls Orth SECOND ROW Harold Hanson, Alan Wenger, Charles Capper, B111 Torkelson, Ke1th Downey BACK ROW Flchard Frleden, JUSt1H Baker, J1m Hanson, Dennls Grether, Eugene Lantz, Ronald Blockhus aww ULF ffff ' mass FDM C lD Clermont this year, including geometry, vocational a riculture, lndust ial arts, and home economics. Some of our class members were also enrolled in the second semester drivers' training course A special event of the year was a class party tawhich we invited the Clermont sopho mores. Our plans for a second semester class party were cancelled the reason999it's a sophomore secretlll 8 k l ,Worx r - 6 . ' U . 0 Q !!II The sophomores had many d'their classes fp' 'x gf, , bd!!! ff. xx'I, .UF x X 4 ' f if X31 221 U 1 x A Freshmen Class -A- NT Ptssell west, Foberta Barker, Olette Olson, Yvonne west, Anna rr 9d6TlCH, FJTIS Melnhard, Stanley 'knger CBOOND RO' Barbara Van Brooklin, Mavls Anderson, Betty Lou Bennett, Vonda Boleyn, Dorothy Schaer, Carol Schupbach, Kent Falb BACK ROV Donald Kohls, Kenneth Staff, A1V1H Lehman, lonnle Baker, Roger Howard, Eddle name, Eugene Lehman Absent Lou1s Becker Dennis ETICKSOH, Robert PIGTSOHD Initiation by the 'mieht seniors began the year for tne 'lowly' freshmen. Some of tne characters portrayed were a cowbirl, a 1BQy boxer, a gypsy, and a cheerleader. lhat entertaining us msa picnic in tne Elgin palk and takino us to a movie in Postville Another hi n llbht of this year was a party to wnich the Clermont freshmen lnvited us. We attended the show nDra5netn in West Union and were served a lunch upon returning to Clermont. We are anvlotsly awxitln the first balmy breezes of spline so we can go on our lon plannfd piCDlC is m"'RAu , a 're' JJ' ke 0 1 5 a l- x f .VQ ' ' . 'S 1 B .ltf ROE: .2 . ' i ' . f ' ' : . . . . 5 A I . . ' ' r 6 . ' ' ' . . . N .al I s Y' 1 -G -, ' I . I x x . v e ' 2 -gy ' AA -I 4 ' VH evening the seniors rewarded our efforts by , . , Vi' .K . - kj n 'A V' 'Q A V 'v s D' v 1- ' 3- . O fzf Av- 3 ' , V . X Xe 1 1 on y T 5 1 f xilgl " Y- ,I 5 1 W EQAJ 'jx M J Eighth Gradv FONT T-'OW Larry Mlles, Roger Boleyn, Patty wllson, Bat Grlver, Glenda Medo Lo1s Pulfer, Lavlla Larson, Mrs CCHOF1 MIDDLE ROw Randine Hanson, Davld Frieden, Roger Fredenck, Marlene Eutlkofeg Judy Larson, Audrey Cutter, Kathy Knudtson, Margaret Medberry BACK EDW Ronald Halverson, Frances Ctray, Barbara Umsberger, Lyle Medberry, Crayton Ash, Tony Habegeg Merl1n Chapman, Cuftls Gllson CAbsent David Grove I eventh Grade FPONT ROW Robert. Hllgerson, David Chrlsten, Fremont, Ogle, Nlckey Balmgartner, Lyle Melsner, Allen Krueger, Dwain Barker SFOOND ROW Richard Orth, Roger Fr1eden, Blllie Cook, Linda Thiese, Charon P1n.ney, Pall Hanson, Larry Metzger, Mrs Grove THIRD RON Linda Stephenson, Qandra Kjosa, Rlchard Neuman, Robert Kerr, Judy Lembke, Davld Blockhus, Harlan Yearoas BACK RON Danice Anderson, Reva Friederich, Elolse Lantz, Sandra Anderson, Ruby Holden, Barbara Pritchard, Poselyn Clark, Kathleen Glsleson CNet shown in Plcture Eva Mae Fofer, Dennls Meyer D Wxth Grade FRONT ROW Ronnie Baker, Merlin N1ckels, B1lly Qtephenson, fharnel Rothlisbergeg Marie Friederich, Elaine Hellum, CU.1't1S Staff, Louis Cutter, Paul Christen CECOND FDM Mr Youngberg, Ruann Metzger, Dorothy Helgerson, Jimmy Frieden, Ronald Nelson, Robert Thompson, Puth Ann Kohlq Judy Luchslngeg Margaret Hanson THIRD ROW Mardelle west, D1ck Meinhard, Lols Clark, Ann Miles, Ben Hunsbergezg Otis Blockhus, John Mitts, Joan Breitsprecher BACK ROW Roberta Wxlson, Lee Anne Grether, Eun1ce Howard, Sandra Qhephard, Pam Clott 1er, Patty Larson, Linda Cram, Mar1on Christen, Dianne Frieden, Marian B11denfAbsent Janet Gehrmg, Letha Light, Ruby Shaffer, Barbara Kruegerl fth Grade 'F fuk 'I' FPONT mv Carol Qchaffer, Marian Pntchard, Bob Schupbach, Roger Larson, Sharon Loftsgard, Sharron Patmck, Victor Feller MIDDLE POW Karol Loftsgard, Glorla Frleden, Karalyn Kerr, Terry Habeger, Leo Christen, Darlene Hofer, Ivan Me1sner, Fussell Wedo, Miss Laue BKCK ROW Buddy Chapman, Nancy Orth, LaVern Krueger Iorrame G1lbex't, Lavern Howard, Sharon Qeago, Teddy Fr1eder1ch, Carlyle Blockhus Utbeent Sam Hoferj , : ' .. ., A Lf O ..' 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L1 I . , Fourth Grade FRC T ROW Janet Rothhsberger, Linda Krueger, Johnny Brackln, Ruth Bllden, Jennlfer Olson, Shirley Larson, Diana Barker, Rita Neumann, Helen Chmsten Dorothy Meisner, Marcia Metzger, Linda Brietsprecher, David Kiple, Randy Hilee BACK ROW Dixie Shepard, Sharon Schupbach, Perlin Butlkofer, Bob Zurbriggen, Barbara Gibbs, Sheryl Butikofer, Melvin Moore, Nez-lin Crain, Kay Puller CNot Shown In Pictures Karen Kingj Third Grade FPONT RJW: Larry Fneden, Louise Marie Butikofer, David Kohler, Steven Yetzger, Harlen Bilden, Paula Larson, Larry Patrick SECOND ROW: Gary Helgerson, Connie Dummermxth, Vicky Habeger, Phyllis Huneberger, Cheryl Pinney, Sandra Blockhus, Bonita Kjoea, Judy Chapman, Doug Meinherd THIRD ROA: Bertha Scheer, David Boleyn, Ll Donna Lantz, Sylvla Hanson, Annette Meyer, Connie Baumgertnexg Douglas west., Dale Howard, Larry Halverson, David Thompson BACK IDN: Anite Iehman, Dean Hilgerson, John Schupbach, Ray Sanders, Bobby Rothliaberger, Glen Christen, Jerry Medberry, Lester Grimm, Stanley Anderson CNot Shown in Picture: Wanda Hofer, Judy Thompson, Roger Westj G - A L A , SECCND ROW: Hrs. Wenger, Ada Kay Falb, Linda Mitts, Lois Kerr, Mike Wilson, . . ecnnd Grade VPOJT ROW Miss Flannagan, Mary Jacob, Sharon Ruckdashel, Rosalita Patrick, Diana Reeder, Carol Frieden, Iva Feller, Dorothea Md1nhard, Carole Mosby SECOND R W Leroy Howard, Ronald But1kofer, Roger Falb, Rlchard Relerson, Raymond Wardell, Norman Boleyn, Ricky Chapman, Keith Kjosa, Davld Dummermuth THIRD ROW: Mary Ann Metzger, Ima Jean Brackin, Jeanne Sanders, Sharon Yearous, Patricia Lehman, Barbara Engelhardt, Jean Schaeg Genev1eve Christen, Iantha Strong, Linda De Cart BACK HOW Roger Reed, Gary Nlller, Danny Baker, Karl Green, Dale Moore, Harold Shepard, Louls Chr stex, Allan Foxwell, Davld Lantz, Larry Orth First Grade NWTWM mmyUwgNmwFnhQ mmmMnmn,mmmBuu,kwua Muehlethaler, Karla Kohler, Patty Schnelder, Margaret Jacob, Miss Gehrlng SECOND ROW Floyd Fr1eden, Marvln Houg, Robert Gehring, Lynette A Schory Marcla Knudtson, Dennls Boleyn, Junlor Cook, lone Peyton THIRD ROW Ivanell W11S0h, Sharon Lerch, Kaye Loftsgard, Kathy Gehrln Marilyn Miles, D'Lene Krueger Jeannette Strong, Davld Grether Gary Pr1tchard BACK POW Richard But1kofer, Steven Halverson, Charles Strong, Mlckey Schupbach, Sammy Roberts, Donald Torson, NOYPIS Blockhas, Donald Thompson , , if W . w . . . . . I L 2 . . . . O p O 2 1' . , V1 . . I E . A. . . A ' O . z ' ' .., T . . . U 3 S9 L- - l I .: ' .,, ' M . V . X . Kindergarten 'flrnfi v ai. L- - ' '- FRONT ROW Tommy Cheney, Robert Shaffer, Jeri Martln, Karen Larson, Sharon Larson, Judy Becker, Gall Light, cally Ctephenson, Kendall Mork MIDFLF RON Dean Patrick, Jimmy Baleyn, L1nda Bxtlkofer, Connle Jo Prleden, Patti Johnson, JoAnn W11SOH, Inga Hanson, Duane Reeder, Johnny Mlke McMillan, BACK IDW Lee Boleyn, Gary Kleppe, Willie Kerr, Jimmy Zurbrlggen, Larry Falb, Bobby Chapman, CU.I't1S Butlkofer, Roger Nelson, Duane Patterson, CNot Shounln P1cture Leon Pobertsj E-Q Junior Snapshots -.J -ea W g I N.. -T 5- E Us f . : ' I L L., D ' . ' r . . . Q J , ' 15 9 , .QL 'f,13."?X" ,'-. a ' s.. V Y ,4, -el 5.4, . .4 ' ' ,J 4' - 13 ,- A PYT' 'r ff ' I F ff A E-I V4 ' 11 -r . ' 'a . . r ,J ti , R vp 'gi I ' 4, b I V., . g-v " 'TQ-gg . 0 ""' ,', X , ' A, I aw' , ' A Q ., .x LW Q, 1 if 1 - 7 . - , ,- .. Y : . ' -, -J ' -4 . Q ' Q C . 5 v . ' fa'- Q ia-.J .1 1 a--- 3 . 4 1' 14: 3 1 Lug: A ftp fi 4 1 , J ' 1 7 11,51 1, l ' YA ::a.,' Q6 E 5 XX W Senior Gfficers President Beverly Wueelethaler Vice President Frances Larson Secretary Treasurer Aarilyn Scheer Sponsor ws Wenger Junior Gfflcers President . Dianne Meinhard Vice President Marcia Wolf Secretary Treasurer. Chuck Ghristianson Sponsor Mrs Heinhard Sponsor. Mr Crether - I 1 114, v,A' fx 'A - Sponsor:::Zz::::1:1:::nr1JZurbriggen I ,? V 1 S Q me x f' ' ,. 'A 1 ' Q 4 XX Freshmen Cfflcers President. Vice President Secretary Treasurer Sponsor President Vice President Secretary Treasurer Sponsor Sophomore Cfhcers Harold Hanson Charles Chpper Judy Helms M . Walker Roger Howard Betty Lou Bennett Kent Falb Lonnie Baker Mr Wenger 30 The band started their year's activities by marching at the home football games. During the year the following concerts were given the annual Christmas program, a mid winter concert given on Sunday afternoon, a pre-contest concert for small groups and ensembles, a large group spring concert. The band also participated in the Fayette County Music Festival which was held at Fayette. Thirty six entrants took part in the small group contest at Tripoli four large groups were entered in the contest at Monona. Q ' i Q BAnITUNL CLARINET SAXAPHONE Beverly Muenlethaler Dennls Grether Charles Capper TUBA Donna Melnhard Norman Mltts Leslle Lembke PLRCUSSION Mary Ann Schaer Mar1lyn Schaer Marlene Nedo Ruthann Mitts Jeannle Shaffer David Grove Marllana Ogle TROMEONE Stanley Capper Dalene Shaffer Jonn Falb Stanley Wenger Curtis Gllson Terry Habeger Rlcnard Ortn Beverly Howard Elalne Anderson Barbara Medberry Frances Larson Nancy Larson Sandra Anderson Janice Loftsgard Llnda Tnlese Colleen Howard Glenda Wedo Anna Friederlch Danlce Anderson Elo1se Lantz Patty Wllson Pam C1otn1er FRENCH HORN Llnda Klple Doris Orth Doris Meinhard Lo1s Clark Llnda Stevenson CONDUCTOR Leo Grether Reva Medberry Crayton Ash Dianne Me1nhard Kent Falb Judy Helms COHNET Carlton Krueger Tony Habeger B111 Torkelson Dennis Meyer Richard Meinhard Ben Hunsberger BASS CLARINET LeAnna Friedan Judy Larson FLUTE MBPCIB Wolf Marjorie Johnson Patsy Capper Kathy Knudtson Nona Mork LeeAnn Grether B d Mixed Chorus , FPONT ROW Mrs dretheg Patty J11son, Donna Me1nhard, Doris Orth, Kent Falb, CUFt15 Gilson, Charles Capper, Btanley wengeg Patsy Capper, D1anne Meinhard CECOND ROW Mr Grether, Doris Me1nhard, Marcia wolf, Janice Lantz, Kathryn Knudtson, Ctanley Capper, Norman Mltts, B 11 Torkelson, Duane Englehardt, Nona Mork, Marilyn Cchaer, Mary Ann Bchaer THIRD ROW Linda Kiple, Beverly Muehlethaler, E1a1ne Anderson, Reva Belle Medberry, Richard Frieden, Stanley fhaffer, Jim Schaer, Carlton Krueger, LeAnna Frieden, Judy Helms, Dorothy Cchaer BACK ROW Dalene Shaffer, Beverly Howard, Frances Larson, Dennis Grether, Richard Clark, Tony Habeger, John Falb, Leslie Lembke, Margorie Johnson, Marilana Ogle, Barbara Hunsberger ,Q V' Qtxi A Girls Chorus FONT ROW Glenda wedo, Janice Loftsgard, Dianne Melnhard, Jeannle Shaffer, Jeanette Krueger, Patsy Capper, Llnda K1p1e, Carol Schupbach, Patty Wllson CECOND ROW Mr Grethen Marilana Ogle, Marge Johnson, Nona Mork, Doris Orth, Donna Meinhard, Doris Melnhard, Marc1a Wolf, Yvonne West. THIRD ROW LeAnna Frieden, Marllyn Schaer, Colleen Howard, Bev Muehlethaler Judy Helms, Janlce Lantz, Elamne Anderson, Kathryn Knudtson, Olette Olson BACK ROW Barbara Hunsberger, Dorothy Schaer, Mary Ann Bchaer, Frances Larson, Reva Medberry, Vonda Boleyn, Dalene Qhaffer, Beverly Howard f QSSN? X ' xgff E ff Boys Chorus - L .- FRONT ROW Allen Krueger, Rlchard Neumann, Roger Boleyn, Paul Hanson, Larry Metzger, Fremont Ogle, Richard Orth CECOND ROW Kent Falb, Roger Friedermch, Ronald Halverson, Duane Englehardt, Stanley Capper, Norman Mitts, Charles Capper, Stanley Wenger THIRD ROWr Curtis Gilson, B111 Torkelson, Carlton Krueger, Arthur Strong, Crayton Ash, Tony Habeger, Jim Cchaer, John Falb, Leslie Lembke BACK ROW Roger Howard, Ronald Blockhus, Richard Clark, Stanley Shaffer, Dennls Grether, Ctanley Lehman, Billy Bennett, Gene Lantz, Richard Frleden, H Grether Junior Chorus FRONT ROA Anna Friederich, Linda Stephenson, Charon Pinney, Candra Kjosa, Reva Frlederlch, Patricla Gruver SECOND ROW Roberta Barker, Rosalyn Clark, Lois Pulfer, Danice Anderson, Judy Lembke, Kathleen Gisleson, Lavila Larson BACK ROW Betty Bennett, Mavis Anderson, Marlene Butikofer, Ruby Holden, Randine Hanson, Sandra Anderson, E1o1se Lantz Majorettes Judy Larson and Donna Meinhard BACK Doris Neinhard, Yavila Larson, and Pat Gruver FROIT ffx Q6 NNx QQV wad NAN Y LARSON and MARCIA VOLF ll Q Annual Staff ln FRONT ROW Donna Meinhard, Mar11ana Ogle, Hrs Wenger, Janice Lantz, Nora Rainey, Joan Friederich QVFOND POW Greta Falb, Beverly Muehlethaleq Evelyn Orth, Elalne Anderson, Barbara Medberry, Nancy Larson, Harjorle Johnson, Joann Glsleson THIRD ROW Marilyn Schaen Dwight Gruver, Eugene Hedberry, Mary Ann Schaer, Rev? Medberry, Beverly Howard, Stanley Capper, Robert G11b6Tt, Lucllle Cra n BACK ROW Frances Larson, Art Strong, Charles Medberry, Rlchard Clark, Stanley Lehman, Bobby Medberry, Glen Snyder, Dalene qhaffer F965 in i.,1L, DIANKEUASTS 4 4 Q I. J Vx' .TV ' 4 -'f la fb 'f ' I . .Q '- ' 'ug Eg fi4LJf?', Barb Medberry Q Mary Schaer :gf as it 5? W -if E ,,' . 1 . I 'E . -n L ' t L - ' ' .wmagf Ar... MENTOR ng The senior class established a new record in the sales of the 1955 Tiger Tracks. To enable more students to buy annuals the staff sponsored several fund raising projects which made it possible to retain the traditional selling price of 32. In the latter half of February the editors were elected, jobs were assigned, and work commenced. Becau e they were pressed for time, the staff had to rush to meet the deadline so the annuals could be dis tributed before school vacation. Drivers Training The driver training classes were conducted during activity pez iods this year. The instructor, Clyde Wenger, tau 'vt groups at both Clermont and Elgin. The Elgin students enrolled first and second semesters were Donna Meinhard Harold Fanson Dianne Meinnard Pat Capper Jeanette Krueger Colleen Foward Janette Krueger Ruthann Mitts M rlene Vedo Ronald Blockhus LeAnna Frieden Linea Kiple Msrie Sutter Delores Kerr Russell We t f Orth Gene Lantz A Qfficers FRONT PO!-I: H. Hanson, D. Engelhardt, H. Evanson, and Mr. James :VK FOWx W. Havensfrite, J. Gass, D. Appleman President. o 0 A o o QDOUS1-as Appleman if ans Vice President . . . . . Harold Hanson C M V, 2 Secretary. o e o 0 0 0 0 0 0 JOhI'l GQSS ,J Q Treasurer. . . . . . Wayne Havenstrite 5, - ' Sentinel . . . . . . .Duane Engelhardt , Reporter . . . . . . . Farly Evanson T' T " -f Advisor. . . . . . . Ross E. James Newspaper Staff P QQ-5 G7 '-.1 I FFDNT FO ' Ken Crider, LeAnna Frieden, Marcia Wolf, Mrs Vbnger, Barbara Medberry, Dlanne Velnhard, John Falb BACK FOX' Ruth Ann Mltts, Harllyn Schaer, Marllana Ogle, Beverly howard, Marlene vbdo, Jeanette Krueger, Jannce Loftsgerd, Mary Ann fchaer, Florence Hofer, Nona --u-gg Editor Barbarx weukerry Assistant EdlfOP hazcla wolf Chanblng the school nlclname also haa an effect on the school news. Our weekly column published in the Elgin Echo is now called 'Tiger Tales' instead of "Panther Tracks. This gear the majority of the positions were filled by upperclassmen and Mrs Wenger was the staff's 8dVlSOTg . . . A I . no , . CQ . r y r J. . I Q - V L 1 , , -fa : . - Q 1 i ,X 1 -' ' s ' 1 -' g 5 . ' u ' ' 'E . P . , ' . ,V ...a 1 A - 1 Y' . 1' L -' r - ' 1 I n , - 0 Declamatlon Nona Mork, Nora Ralney, Reva Medberry, Evelyn Orth, Frances Ia son, Nancy Larson, Delene Shaffer, and Greta Falb his year Mrs. Grove ana Mrs Sokori o1f,ni1ed an ei Ia culrlcular speech probram Altbough only a small number Ieund time to p Itlcipaec several students advanced to stdte competltlon This was a remarkable achievement fbr filst 5e 1 partlcipation, K NHKN 0 47444444 fill!! oanio NNNXNN 5 Q. 3 IQ 5m" g? Football -4 X r 'Q ' R S ',fr W A d FPONT ROv Charles Lhristlanson, Stanley Lehman, Art Strgng Glen Sn der Norman Mltts, Howard K1ttelson Larr: Butlko e ' y , qtaqley Chaffer, Kent Falb, Mg! f r, John Falb, Rlchard Frieden, cECOND Ron Jim Hanson, E1l1ot Olson, Allen weston, John Knudsen Charles Medbeffyp UenniS Cook, LaVern Swenson, Kenneth Staff, Gary Gilson Keith Aanesy Leslie lembke, Roger Howard, Frank Ho an, Coach Poger walker , BACK POW Alan kenger, Asst Coach Albert Dan1els, Larry Eergeson, Douglas Applemany Eugene Hedberry, Alvln Lehman, Chuck Thorson, Leslie Yauslln, Wayne Havenstriten Bert Henderson: Ionnle Baker, Lewis Becker, Robert Helerson Eugene Lehman, MET Cianley Capper, Boo Swenson ' Following the consolioatlon of the Clernmnt Elgin School District, the two hlgh sc'ools cormined their athletic departnents for the fir t time in the 195A 1955 season Conseouently, our school's nickname was changed from 'Elgin Panthers' to 'C E Tigers l in boys art Strong, horr Mitts, Allen weston, John Falb, Chuck Christiansen, Larry Butikofer, Stan Sha fer, anc hickaro Prieden At the close of the season Glen Snyoer ana John Knucsen were elected co captains Coach Walker was assisted by Hr Daniels from the Cler ont faculty. they tied both Calmar ann uaukon The who lettered in football thls year were Stan Lehman, Glen Snyder,ChucP Iedberrv, w? W I . 1 ' 1 A v.-, V On :Ex an - X Qzs Although the C-H Football Squad won no victories, X 'x 1 I .5-L ' 1. ol E fi- Y 6 . ' fl: 1' - ' . nh . V ' ' ' ,-11 , ' m'1 fha FRONT ROM John Knudsen, Ken Crlder, Frank Horan, Stanley Lehman, Richard Clark, Keith Cr1der, Norman M1tts, Stanley Capper BACK RO Coach Walker, LaVern Swenson, Gary G11son, Keith Annes, Howard Olson, Mgr Dennis Rear Winning 12 games and losing 13, the C E G S boy's basketball team had a 11.8 average The team placed fourth in the County Tournament Coach Roger Walker had seven returning letter- men from Elgin The Elgin representatives on this year's team included Stan Cappen Richard Dlark, Glen Snyden Stan Lehman, Kenny Crider, Keith Crider, Norman Mitts, Stan shaffer, and as a Jim Schaer Stan Capper and Frank Horan were elected co captains. EM? We Q, ,f fi 'w-- 31 g,.. ..,- -.- Y Kittelson, Stanley Shaffer, Glen Snyder, Albert Wedo, Jim Schaer, Elliot 1 I O O I U , ' DDJ 4' 1, f 5 'if s Q a l Girls Barbara, Nona, But arn Basketball mf Z eh! xafvm n Arlene ts? 151' a Candyxasb Nona Wgrka e 39 berfia ati? Sons E33 bare we lute, 04:0 O Dm WAT ey Ames' Bar nnann M on, Ja' T ehlfl QXSOUEQH, VV Cys O 5 o 1 T50 9 3 COX? B9 1-3Ce QB Xa NT Q N afen achmxdt' v0 ' Go v Janx 56, Ch afO 131 see' ,ffrsnl C2?n1e5e'5 C serene vlgf Tbaf3 5 N99 8 559 D0 X DCA? wabfo majority of their games in the fin column. when the season closeo, the girls hac a record of 18 wins and S losses T e blrls acrnired three new trophies by placing sec no in the county tournament, third in the sectional tournament, ana vinninb the confer ence championship. Darbara Meoberrh Ruthann Mitts, and Nona ork were the Elcin representatives on the team. e s ascn's clo L V rtara edhfrry 1 d Sandra Ol on w ze elec ed co aptain A 'Q 5 F J Y fx, Q , x. f - fy ,. 1 O-x50 Hg .fl Gy: H 5 . mb ' 'SVG' " K S 1" 'in f ' ha i G3 -GR! . The C-E girl's basketball team placed the fr? H lf - 3 , x' fi X I . . G - 1 X A ' l X, V N , ' H .. H At th e :H fl ' V . ' .n . Junior High Basketball FRONIT ROW Glenda Wedo, Doris Memhard, Roberta Barkeg Lavlla Larson, Pat Gruver BACK POW Coach Zurbriggen, Margaret Medberry, Eloise Lantz, Vonda Boleyn, Judy Lax' on, Audrey Sutter, Olette Olson FPCNT POW Larry Miles, Dav1d Frueden, Poger Frederlck, Kent Falb, Stanley Wenger BACK POW Kenneth Staff, Roger Howard, Lonnle Baker, Merlin Chapman, Curtis Gilson, A1V1H Lehman 1 I O - . . 11 V Q 1 V U . . . . , . . . I . . . . ll! g X I Baseball Team Sixteen returning lettermen reported for spring practice. Coach Paul Zurbriggen had scheduled eight games for the 1955 season. 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