Ellsworth High School - Eagle Yearbook (Ellsworth, IA)
- Class of 1947
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Text from Pages 1 - 80 of the 1947 volume:
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Board of Education
Scott Brinton, President
VV. A. Marshman, Secretary
L. E. Williams, Treasurer
Miss Esther Mansager
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MISS AMANDA HANSON
With deep gratitude and sincere appreciation for her
many years of teaching and for her eheerfulness and gen-
uine kindness and thoughtfulness in so doing, the Seniors
of 1947 dedicate this annual to Miss Amanda Hanson.
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XVe too, consider it a privilege to join the Seniors
in paying a special tribute to Miss Amanda Hanson
The Junior Class
The Sophomore Class
The Freshman Class
Seventh and Eighth Grade
Fifth and Sixth Grade Mrs. Anna Lindehak
Third and Fourth Grade Mrs. Virgean Lathrop
First and Second Grade Mrs. Amos Thompson
Mr. and Mrs. R. F. Vanderstoep Mrs. Ruth Kallcm
Mr. and Mrs. Mark F. Kline
Miss Theresa Holt
Harold F. Miller
XV. M. Ryberg
Mrs. Effie Hanson
Mrs. Emma Caudle
O. B. Iverson
T. M. Kallem
L. E. Williams
Earl Farwell, Sr.
James Wm. Ryan
S. M. Neuenschwander
Geo. A. Hanson
W. A. Marshman
and Mr. G. C. Rorem
Leo W. Olson
Ed T. Johnson
C. R. Anderson
Rev. and Mrs. C. J. Naglestad
Mrs. Martha Hovda and Maxine
Avis and Joan Hovda
Earl, Don and Bonnie Farwell
Ossie and Bill Hanson
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Front row-Mrs. Accurso, Mr. Kline, Miss Hanson, Mr. Vanclerstoep Csu-
perintendentj, Miss Anderson. '
Back roWAMiss Holt, Mrs. Marshman, Miss Olson, Miss Huhn, Mrs. Kline.
President ...................... Kathryn Sogard
Vice President .... ..... 1 Uorothy Johnson
Secretary ...... .... G ene Ballantine
Treasurer .... Darlene Peterson
Sponsor . . . ................. Mr. Kline
"Life is a picture, paint it Well"
American Beauty Rose
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Assistant Editor.. .
Business Manager. .
Assistant Managers ..... ....
Glass Will .....
Class Prophecy. . .
Class History. . ..
Snapshots . . .
Mark F. Kline
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Kathryn Sogard "Kitty"
Gloe Cluh--'44, '45, '46, '47
Class Secretary and Treasurer-'44
Hrlskcthnll-'44, '45, '46, '47
Assistant Business Nlrmzurer Annual-'47
BIRTHDAY-MAY T, 1929
Helen Kantak "Kantak"
Glec Cluh-'44, '45, '46, '47
Mixed Chorus-'46, '47
BIRTHDAY-APRIL 6, 1930
Dorothy Johnson "Dot"
Librarian-'44, '45, '46, '47
Glee Club-'44, '45, '46, '47
Mixed Chorus-'44, '46, '47
Clzuss Vice Preside-nt-'47
Editor of Annual-'47
O perett 21-' 4 4
Editor of X-Huy-'47
Class Treasurer-'45, '46
BIRTHDAY-SEPTEMBER 10, 1929
Hazel Koop "Koop"
Mlxed Chorus-'44, '46, '47
Glee Club-'44, '45, '46, '47
Band-'44, '45, '46, '47
Basketball-'44, '45, '46
O ne rett a-' 4 4
Senior News Reporter-'47
BIRTHDAY-OCTOBER 13, 1929
Kenneth Magnuson "Gunner"
lmszkutlmll--'44. '-15. '46, '47
li1INl'lHIll'-"ll, 'el5. '46. '47
liIR'l'l'lIDAY--MAY 22. 1928
Darrell Kallem "Sunny"
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Stanley Valde "Vig"
lins0lmllg'fl1. '45, '40, '47
Glow Club-'I-1. '45, '46, '47
Mixed Clmorus-f--'11, '46, '17
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Wallace Caruth "Wallace
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Edwin Eugene Ballantine "Jess"
1'iI1iTHl'JAY-AUGUST 31. 1929
Max Appelgate Max
Band-J4-1, '45, '46, '47
Glee Club-'-14, '45
BIRTHDAY-JANUARY 17. 1925!
William Pomeroy "Bill"
Basketball-'45, '46, '47
BIRTHDAY-JANUARY 20, 1930
Dale Magnuson "Coke"
Basketball-'44, '45, '46, '47
Baseball'-'44, '45, '46, '47
BIRTHDAY--JULY 13. 1929
Arthur Espeland "Art"
Mixed Chorus--'44, '46, '47
Glce Cluh-'44, '45, '46, '47
lin:-ikvtlmrlll-'44, '45, '46, '47
lim-wlizill--'44, '45, '46, '47
Assistant Business Mnn:ig'or Annual-'47
Roy S' Qu :irtotte-' 4 7
BIIVFHDAY-NOVEMBER 2. 1928
Bonnie Johnson "Johnson"
Glen Clllhv-'44, '45, '46, '47
Mixed Chorus-'44, '46, '47
Ruud--'44, '45, '46, '47
State- Music Contest-'46
President of Class-'46
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Music- News Reporter-'47
Vic-v Presidont of Class-'44
H:iskz-thrill-'44, '45, '46, '47
TiIR'l'HDAY-DECEMBER 18. 1020
Darlene Peterson "Pete"
Business Manager of Annual--'47
Hand---'44, '45, '46, '47
Glen- Club-'44, '45, '46, '47
Basketball-'4bi. '45, '46, '47
Newspaper Assistant-Editor. '46
BIRTHDAY-NOVEMHER 21. 1930
Norma Thompson "Norm"
Glee Club-'44, '45, '46, '47
Mixed Chorus--'41, '46, '47
Assistant Editor of Annual-'47
HIRTHDAY-JANUARY 8, 1930
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The cycles of time had rolled by since the class of 1947 had completed
their preliminary courses in dear old E. H. S.
Madame Raija, known to us as Helen Kantak, a famous World-wide
fortune teller of San Diego, California,, was aroused by a rap at the door.
When answering the door an elderly gentleman entered. He seated him-
self across the table from her. He told her that his purpose in being there
was to locate an old friend of his from Iowa.
All of this time Madame Raija had been combining familiar traits and
characteristics. "This is Mr. Vanderstoep, my senior superintendent,"
she said to herself. After having conversed for awhile Madame Raija
discovered that the friend was Mr. Kline, her senior sponsor.
Looking at her crystal ball she was able to locate Mr. Kline. He was
broadcasting the Rose Bowl game from Pasadena, California. He could
see Kenneth Magnuson playing football as he was broadcasting the game
between Iowa University and U. C. L. A. Suddenly his face beamed with
delight as Kenny made a stirring sixty-three-yard dash for a touchdown
which won the game for Iowa.
Mr. Vanderstoep was very much interested because Kenneth was a
graduate of Ellsworth Schools in the year that he was superintendent
there. This interest caused him t-o inquire about the other graduates of
Madame Raija, in her quiet manner, began to explain what the Ells-
worth seniors of '47 were doing.
Dale Magnuson, the cartoon artist, was busy in his
for his next cartoon in the 'iChicago Daily Sunf,
Hazel Koop had completed her course at Capital City
lege in Des Moines and was now a secretary to the
United Rubber Company at Tampa, Florida. A
After a few minutes of concentration she began to
president of the
speak again. "I
sec Max Appelgate and his orchestra tuning up for their nightly perform-
ance at the Stork Club in New York.
Further west in this continent she saw VVallace Caruth at the Des
Moines air port giving his final speech before taking off for his sena-
torial position in Washington.
Bonnie Johnson has continued with her 4-H work and is now holding
the position as a state 4-H leader.
In a large building on Oak Street, in Denver, Colorado, Darrell Kallem
walked into his laboratory to begin research on a new disease that was
spreading over Cuba and was threatening many lives in the United
While Dorothy Johnson was in high school she cared for children and
now had made it her profession because she had opened her day nursery
in Walla Walla, Washington.
Our Russian Ambassador Eugene Ballantine was in conference with
General Stinosky deciding on world peace. .
Kathryn Sogard now owned a very exclusive Salon in Hollywood, Cali-
fornia. At the present she was giving Jeannie Darnell a latest hair-do.
Bill Pomeroy was bidding farewell to his wife before taking off on his
transoontinental flight from New York to San Francisco.
Arthur Espeland, wi.th his skilled salesmanship, was found in his pri-
vate office giving last minute instructions to his associates before they
left on their business tour.
In the Black Hills, Darlene Peterson was an executive in a large mail
order house that was located there.
Stanley Valde was approaching his graduation day from Harvard.
After receiving his diploma he would begin practicing law in Augusta,
The results of the Kentucky derby were very surprising because an un-
known individual had oome down and won the title against all odds.
Madame Raija can see Norma Thompson accepting her award and can
hear the cheers from the crowd as she rides her horse, Napoleon, off the
Madame Raija lifted her head and told Mr. Vanderstoep that she could
see no more in her crystal ball. Startled, Mr. Vanderstoep asked, "What
had become of the sixteenth member of the class, Helen Kantakf' With
a slight chuckle, Helen stood up and walked across to the window and
stood looking out for a moment. She then turned and said nonchalantly,
"I am Helen Kantakf'
From then on time passed very quickly because there were so many
enjoyable happenings of the past to discuss.
The senior class of '17
Are in number five and eleven.
Although most of us know not what welll do
When we find out weill sec it through.
No doubt some will go to college
To gain a little extra knowledge
About this world we're going to face
To make it a stronger and safer place.
Mr. Vanderstoep is our superintendent this year
In physics and geometry he makes things clear
And Miss Huhn our principal dear
Has worked with us throughout the year.
Now Mr. Kline we like so well
To our class he's been so swell
Class sponsor and annual too
XVithout him weid know not what to do
And as for our music the credit goes
T-o Mrs. Marshman who always knows
The songs to choose for us to sing,
For the contest that's held in the spring.
And Mrs. Accurso with her patience so rare
In bookkeeping no one else could compare
And Miss Holt with her winning smile
Has helped us in English all the while.
Thereis a clever kid whose name is Eugene
But we call him 'i.less" just to be mean.
And then there's Stanley with his eyes so brown
lVe're very proud that he lives in our town.
llazel with her ambition and all
Will enter college in the fall.
And Wallace Caruth who is quite a lad
Will do the farming for his dad.
Our basketball games require pep
Into this bracket Dorothy and Helen step.
We're grateful for the way they take the lead,
When the basketball players are lacking speed.
Dale has artistic hands we say
Lets hope he continues drawing after May.
As for his brother who we call Kenny
A finer person there isn't any.
And Kathryn with her winning ways
Was our president during senior days.
And Norma, our basketball manager true
Who always knew just what to do.
And Bill's alertness is at a high rate
He's bound to get someplace in a near future date.
And Darrell who is growing so tall
Will we know him in the fall.
Darlene can really play basketball
She makes a good guard even though she's not tall.
As for Bonnie who's in the swing
She likes to play and also sing.
Of Max we hardly know what to say
He managed baseball in the best way.
Last, but not least, we come to Art
Ile's always ready to do his part.
We'll say farewell-not good-bye
To our good old school Ellsworth High
May this dwelling continue to bc
A place for our posterity.
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ARTHUR ESPELAND wills his ability to get along with the teachers
to Joan Naglestad.
DALE MAGNUSON wills his curly hair to Donald Twedt.
GENE BALLANTINE wills his wiseoracks to Donald Isvik.
MAX APPELGATE wills his height to Betty Berg.
BONNIE JOHNSON wills Donnie Twedt t-o Shirley Ward.
DARLENE PETERSON leaves her ability to drive a jalopy to Hannah
DARRELL KALLEM wills his eyebrows to Ruth Twedt.
STANLEY VALDE leaves his twinkling brown eyes to Shirley Isvik.
KATHRYN SOGARD wills to Shirley Ward her desire to keep her class
ring in her own possession. "Experience is the best teacher."
NORMA THOMPSON bequeaths her horse, Napoleon, to Mark Kline. "He
KENNETH MAGNUSON leaves his place on the basketball team to Har-
BILL POMEROY leaves his excellent flirting ability to Shirley Isvik.
WALLACE CARUTH wills his ability to give a speech to Wayne Flyg-
DOROTHY JOHNSON bequeaths her shoe skates to Hannah Thompson.
HAZEL KOOP leaves her long fingernails to Betty Berg.
HELEN KANTAK wills her shyness to .loan Naglestad.
In witness whereof We have hereunto set our hand and seal this 23rd
day of May, 1947.
Signed, sealed and delivered in the presence of Mr. Mark F. Kline, Spon-
sor of the Senior Class.
iTune of "Five Minutes More"J
We are leaving you now,
As we take our last bow,
Though we'd love to remain another year.
But the juniors so dear,
Will take over next year,
And we're sure that we need never fear. U
All twelve years we dreamed about our graduation,
Now for the problems we must face in our great nation.
Though the stairs be many a flight,
We will strive to the light,
And we hope we will reach our own goal.
There were nineteen already studious students who came to E. H. S. in
September in 1935. Naturally, we were all very anxious to begin our "life
of learning." Those who began were Stanley Valde, Norma Thompson,
Gene Ballantine, Gene Swenson, Richard Staples, Donald Sogard, Frances
Olson, Doyle Nelson, Kennie and Dale Magnuson, Darrell Kallem, Bonnie
Johnson, Reuben Hinderaker, Donald Freese, Art Espeland, Kenneth
Brekke, Dick Brattebo, Betty Berg, Dick Benson. Miss Lauer started
us on our learning career.
In our second year, Reuben Hinderaker, Donald Frccse and Donald So-
gard left, and Pauline NVeaver, Kathryn Sogard, Donald lsvik and Dick
Krogstie became new members of our class. Our teacher was now Mil-
By the third year we all began to like our teachers and sch-ool. Donald
Isvik, Richard Staples, Kenneth Brekke and Betty Berg left us, and Ho-
mer Peterson and Don Obe came in.
The fourth year we liked even better, although Pauline Weaver, Homer
Peterson and Gene Swenson left. We Ulearnedl' this year from Miss Wick.
The fifth year we felt "grown upl' going to the second floor of the
school house. But we soon got tired of climbing the stairs. Miss Hanson
was our teacher. Theola McGonigle joined us and Doyle Nelson left.
In the sixth year we felt pretty big. Miss Hanson was again our teacher.
This year Dorothy Johnson and Helen Kantak came in.
In seventh grade we enjoyed our classes QD. Those who left were Dick
Brattebo and Theola McGonigle, while L-ouise Chesling, Donald Holt,
Virgil Loux, and Robert Hoverstein became members of our class.
Our teacher in the seventh and eighth grades was Mildred Brown.
Louise Chesling and Bob Hoverstein left in eighth grade, and Hazel Koop
joined us. This was the year when the long awaited eighth grade gradu-
ation day came.
When entering high school some of us were sorry, because of initia-
tion. Anyway, we all survived--but barely! This year we had the big-
gest class in high school, with twenty members. New "kids" were Max
Appelgate, Wallace Caruth, Theola McGonigle, Bill Gabrielson, Dorothy
Gruefe, Darlene Peterson, Leslie Peterson and Bill Pomeroy. This year
we lost Dick Krogstie, Dick Benson, Frances Olson, Donald Holt and
Gene Ballantine. B
In our sophomore year, Dorothy Gruefe and Theola moved, and Bill
Schneider came to town.
The next year, as juniors, we had our play and the banquet to look for-
ward to to encourage us. Virgil, Leslie, and Bill Gabrielson moved away,
and Gene Ballantine came back. The name of our play, directed by Miss
lluhn, "Everybody's Crazy"--which proved everyone really Was,-and
the theme of our banquet was the Gay Nineties. Everyone seemed to en-
joy themselves-all during the evening and morning.
At the end of our senior year we have sixteen members. They are Max
Appelgate, Gene Ballantine, Stanley Valde, Norma Thompson, Wallace
Caruth, Kathryn Sogard, Art Espeland, Bill Pomeroy, Bonnie Johnson,
Darlene Peterson, Dorothy Johnson, Kenneth Magnuson, Darrell Kallem,
Dale Magnuson, Helen Kantak, and Hazel K-oop. We had our pictures
taken, skip day, the senior play, and the banquet given to us by the cap-
able juniors. Then commencement came and we left our position as
seniors for the juniors to fill next year.
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September 2-Fifty-three students and the faculty entered upon the
threshold -of another school year. R. F. Vanderstoep and Mrs. Accurso
were the new additions to the faculty.
September 13-Friday the thirteenth was always known as an unlucky
day and proved true for the freshmen. Although lacking in quantity
they were exceeding in quality. Six members were fully initiated into
high school life. Fun was had by all as we welcomed the Freshmen.
September 13-Disappointment came when we played Blairsburg and
September 17-Three cheers for the boys who showed Randall they
could do it by defeating them on their baseball field.
September 21-The baseball sectional tournament was held at Rad-
cliffe. VVe played the Blairsburg boys and were defeated.
September 24--The alumni proved victorious when they played the
high school team.
October 1-We played Jewell and won. Nice going, boys!
October 4-Played Williams here. Oh, well, someone had to lose.
October 8-VVe did it again! Yes, Randall had tio suffer the conse-
October 11-At 2:30 P. M., the senior class, Miss Huhn, and Mr. Kline
were all awaiting their turn in the photographer's room at Hart's Studio
in Ames. '
October 14---The baseball boys journeyed to Stanhope and lost in spite
of a hard fight!
October 18-V-Jewell was the destination for the baseball boys today.
Much to our sorrow they lost, but come on boys, you can do it next time.
November 6-The Juniors presented to the public a swell play entitled
"The Darling Bratsf, Everyone seemed to enjoy it.
November 15-We opened the basketball season by meeting Radcliffe
on our floor. True it was, the girls lostg but the boys came out with fly-
November 20-The VVomen's Study Club organized a carnival in the
school auditorium, the purpose of which was to raise funds for a movie
projector to be given to the public school.
November 26K-Randall came to visit Ellsworth and took home one vic-
tory. The girls put up a good fight and were only defeated by a small
December 3-R-We traveled to Kamrar and it was the same story.
December 4--A band concert was held in the school auditorium under
the direction of Mr. Tjerland.
December 6--NVilliams visited Ellsworth and their boys were defeated.
December 10-The alumni versus the high school girls and they proved
to be out of training.
December 13-We left our rabbit foot at home as the girls were de-
feated by Jewell. Our boys won, though.
December 17-We played Kamrar here, and our boys again proved
December 20-A Christmas Assembly program was enjoyed by the stu-
dents and faculty. Lunch and gift exchanges entered into the festivities.
December 20-The tables have turned for the basketball teams as they
battled with Blairsburg on our home floor. I
January 3-Ellsworth really brought home the bacon by defeating both
January 10-Our boys beat Jewell on their floor. Come on girls.
January 14-Stanhope came to Ellsworth, but it was proven that their
boys should have stayed at home.
January 17-It was Williams tonight on their floor. Nice games boys.
January 24-Two outstanding games were played at Blairsburg. Our
girls did it again.
January 30-31-How sad! No school! B-l-i-z-z-a-r-d!
February 3-Our .Ir. High and second team boys played Webster City.
February 4-Bad weather again prevented us from going to school.
February 5-After a hard fight the girls were defeated by Colo in the
the Girls' Sectional at Roland.
February 7-Still stormy weather!
February 14--Another assembly program was held in honor of St. Val-
February 25-Our B. B. boys along with the enthusiastic crowd beat
Gilbert in the sectional tournament held at Jewell.
February 27-Another round of the sectionals and Ellsworth again de-
feated their opponent, Jordan. .
March 1,--Ellsworth was District bound when they defeated Kelley in
the last round of the sectional tournament.
March 3-A chorus clinic was held at Perry in which a quartet, com-
posed of juniors, entered.
March 4-Boys lost to Blairsburg in the district tournament at Ames.
March 12--Another band concert was presented in which three bands
took part: Primary band Cwhich proved comicall, junior band and senior
band. The high school vocal department also took part, namely, the
mixed chorus and soloists.
April 22--We played Randall on their field.
April 29-Jewell came to Ellsworth to pay baseball.
May 9---Randall boys visit Ellsworth.
May 14-Our baseball boys played Jewell there.
Special Events-In the early part of May, work on the Senior Play and
preparation for skip day were high-lights for the seniors.
Miss Doris Huhn
On November 2, 1945, the seniors gave their junior class play, "Every-
body's Crazyf' lt was their opportunity to prove they were crazy and
everyone passed with flying colors. Miss Huhn directed the play.
"You Can't Take It With You"
Should a girl who has a slightly insane family keep her hoy-friend away
from the house? Alice Sycamore had a houseful of trouble when her fam-
ily and her boy-friend's family got together unexpectedly. This hap-
pened in the Senior Class Play presented April 25, 1947. Three boys from
the sophomore and junior classes were used to complete the cast.
T HE CAST
Penelope Sycamore .................. .....
' . . .Darlene Peterson
. . . .Dale Magnuson
.. . .Helen Kantak
. . . .Gene Ballantine
. . . .Stanley Valde
. . .Donald Twedt
.. . .VValIaee Caruth
Alice .............. .... I iathryn Sogard
Henderson ...... ..... A rthur Espeland
. . . . .Billy Pomeroy
. . . .Darrell Kallem
. . . . .Max Appelgatc
Mrs. Kirby ...... .... N orina Thompson
. . .Dorothy Johnson
ESSIC ................ .
Paul Sycamore . . .
Mr. De Pinna . . .
Martin Vanderhof ....
Tony Kirby ......
Mr. Kirby ........ .
front row-SI1irlvy Ward, Ruth Twcdt. .loan Nuglcstud. Hannah Thomp-
im-li row lic-tty livrgi iinsctb. llurolcl Zugcr. XVuyn0 Flygstucl. Miss
Iluhn. Ilcmznlcl Twccll. Domllcl lsvik linsm-tl.
l'r1-siclcnt ...... .. ...llurold Zugvr
Vive Prvsiclvnl ............. ,..Shirloy lsvik
Sl'l'l'l'I2ll'X :xml VI-l'C'2lSlll'L'I' .... .Immun Nzlglc-stud
Sponsor' .................. ...,.. N liss lluhn
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Front row-Phyllis Denekas, Bonnie Pomeroy, Elaine Clem, Mavis Eide,
Mavis Johnson, Marilyn Daniher, Ruth Berg.
Second row-Lars Tjelta, jr., Gene Brinton, .Iunior Appelgate, Robert
Hall, Miss Holt Csponsorj, Raymond Danielson, Donald Obe, Peter
Back row-Orlan Magnuson, Dean Doyle, Phillip Hemphill, Bobby Cau-
dle, George Lawson.
Left inset-Bill Haleg right inset-Ruby Berg.
President ................ Marilyn Danihcr
Vice President .................... Bill Hale
Secretary and Treasurer ......... Mavis Eide
I.:-ft to right!-Sterling Dahl, l.aVcrne Kuntuk. Mrs. Accurso lsponsorl.
liusullv Kullcm. Gull Sogurd.
l,f-fl insvt Align-lim' lsvik: right inset-fXVuyne Czlrutli.
Pre-simlcnl ............,.,...... Gail Sugurcl
Vim' Prvsiclcnt ............ ...Sterling Dahl
S0l'I'L'l2ll'X :xml 'l'1'v:1sL1l'0l' .... Rosuliv Kzlllom
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Front row-Mary Beth Peterson, Rosa Lee Caruth, Delores Pomeroy.
Doris Ballantine, Joyce Jacobson, Dorothy Thompson, I.eOna Marsh-
Back row---VVayne Koop, Harold Hall, Everett Kantak, Miss Olson, Earl
Albertson, Stephen Adix, Donivan Norem.
Insets Cleft to rightle-lllziry Beth Holt, Norma Skartvedt, Curtis Caruth,
rout rem'-Illzlrgery Sugarcl, Elaine Jewell, Gloria Tjernugel, Nolu
Amunclson. .loam Ward.
lim-li ruw4Mielmel Kulifus, Mark Pomeroy, Wendell Cilflltll, Miss Olson.
l.zlVerne Curulh. Frzliikliii V2llIlC.
lnsets llc-ft to riglill ivMury Lee Blair. Neil Ols
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Front row-Nina Nelson, Janet Nelson, Beverly Tjernagel, Elinor Hemp
hill, Idella Erickson, Darlene Denekas.
Back row-Milford Knutson, Harold Heeren, Gary Kennedy, Miss Han
son, Duane Ingebritson, Bruce Baker, Russell Nelson.
Left inset-Stanley Adixg right inset-Mons Teig, jr.
Front rmvgl,yl0 Cziruth. Virginia liulluntine, Eileen Butler, Ruth Magnu-
son, Alicv Ann Dahl, .lunct Rcisottcr, Raymond Tlionlpson.
lim-k row-Runulcl llullmcy, Czirmlcl Knutson, Burncll Ilill. Miss Ilunson,
.limmiv Vugu, Myrlc Tjeltzl.
lim-t AKOIIIIUUH Light.
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Front row'-Dickie Hale, Dean lletlancl, Clair Wepel, John Cauclle, Bobby
Jewell, Harold Erickson.
Buck row--Dick Holt, Gerald Hill, Ann Thompson, Miss Anderson, Lyla
Ann Tjernugel, Allyn Sogard, Richard Valcle.
Left inset- -Alice lngohritsmmz right inset-Cleln Carutli.
lfrmml row-Carol Norcm, Harluml Butlcr, Robert Swenson, Evcrcll
Iirickscm, Maris Nubcr, Gary Caruth.
Buck row!Murlyn Ingclmritson, Mary 'l'orgcrsnn, AI2lI'Q2lI'Ct Peterson, Miss
Anclvrson, Twylzl PUIIICIWDX, Virginia Tlmmpson, lluwzlrcl 'l'orgcrson.
usa-ls flvft to righll- -Luis .lean Szltlu-r,Gz11'y Scvcrsun, Duvicl Tcig,.lz1nct
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Front row'Cleo Torgerson, Marcia Eckstein, Betty Kent, Carole Inge-
britson, Rosalyn Adix.
Back rowf-Eddie Caruth, Raymond Sogarrl, Lee Swenson, Mrs. Kline
lVayne Dalhey, Clair Rierson.
Left inset-Dean Ubben: right inset--Ronald Kennedy.
l mnt :my Ki-nm-tI1 Noi'0m..lz1niQ0 llill. Nancy .lohnson, Patricia Ligh
1l'X'1l 'llUl'Lfl'l'SOIl, l.ll2llll14' linutscm, Leon Curr.
I, wk rmx' 'CI'2llQ.f llill. Clary Sogzlril. liilly Kent, Mrs. Kline. Hunulrl Ali-
rcns, lIl1zu'lvs lim-kstcill.
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Front row---Rosalie Cnruth, Dorothy Thompson, Doris Ballantine, .Ioyr-e Jacobson, Nolu
Amundson, Joan Ward. Back row---Margery Sogard, Elaine Jewell, Miss Olson, Letlna
Marshman, Delores Pomeroy, Beth Peterson. Not in pic-ture-I-Mary Beth Holt. Norma
Skurtvedt, JoAnn Peterson, Rosalie Kullem.
Front row'-Franklin Vulde, Mark Pomeroy, Everett Kzlutuk, Earl Albertson, Mic-liziel Kuh-
fus. Back row----Wuyne Koop, Stanley Adix, Wendell Caruth, Mr. Kline. l.aVe-rue Varuth.
Harold Hall. Not in picture- 'Curtis Caruth. Neil Olsen. Wayne Caruth, G21ilS0gard. Lu-
Verne Kantak, Sterling Dahl.
Pictured ahove from left to right, are three of this year's team of five
l'Iil'-lJISPENSI-IRS, Dorothy Johnson, Dean Doyle and llelen Kantak.
The other members of the team are Hill llale and Darlene Peterson.
Always on hand to give their all, at pep-meetings, and at games, their
endeavors were greatly appreciated, and did much toward the success of
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Front row -I larold Zager, Bill Pomeroy, Darrell Kallem, George Lawson,
Urlan Magnuson, Gail Sogarcl.
llack row Mr. Kline Ceoaehl, Raymond Danielson, Stanley Valcle, Dale
Magnuson lt-aptainl, Arthur Iispelancl, Kenneth Magnuson, Phillip
llemphill. llonalrl 'llweclt tmanagi
IS ......... llamlc'lil'l'e ......... 16
23 .... . . llacleliffe . , .... 24
20 .... llanclall ....lil
Jil .... ... liamrar ... .... 25
29 .... .. lVllll2lIllS .. .... 21
35 .... ... Jewell .., . . . .26
52 .... ..... l ianirar . . . .... 25
23 .... .... I ilairshurg .... .... I 39
112 .... ... Roland ... ....ISS
511 .... Jewell ....2l
-10 .,.. .. Stanhope .. H29
27 ......... XVllliams ......... 13
37 .... .... I Slairshurg .... .... 4 3
26 .... ... Alumni ... ....24
39 ..... ... Randall ... ....2SJ
36 ......... Stanhope ......... 37
24 .... Co. Tourn., Stanhope .... 26
51 ..... See. Tourn., Gilbert ..... 30
60 ..... Sec. Tourn., .lorclan ..... 2-1
67 ..... See. Tourn., Kelley ..... -16
2sl. . .lDist. Tourn., Blairshurg. . .217
VVon .... 15 Lost .... 6
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Pictured on the opposite page are the twelve letter-winners for the 1946-
1947 season. Seniors, who have played their final game for Ellsworth
lligh School are: Arthur Espeland, forward, Kenny Magnuson, center,
Stanley Valde, guardg Captain Dale Magnuson, guardg Bill Pomeroy,
centerg and Darrell Kallem, guard. Art, Kenny, Stanley and Dale, along
with Raymond Danielson and Phil Hemphill, both sophomores, who
aternated at a forward position, were our regulars.
The other letter-winners, all of whom saw much action during the sea-
son, were Orlan Magnuson, guardg George Lawson, guard, both sopho-
mores: Harold Zager, forward, a junior, and Gail Sogard, forward, a
freshman. These men, along with Robert Hall, Gene Brinton and Bobby
Candle, will provide Ellsworth with the makings of another strong team
to uphold our past record for good, clean competition.
Stanley, with 161 points, led the team in scoring for the season: followed
hy Kenny, with 154: Art, 143: Dale, with 116: Phil, 743 and Raymond, 58.
This even distribution of scoring is good evidence of team play. All of
the hoys were more concerned over the team's welfare than their own
The hoys reached their peak during the Sectional tournament at Jewell
when they swamped their opponents with a barrage of points, a result of
aggrcssiveness and eo-operation.
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Front row --Kathryn Sogard. Shirley Ward. Ruth Twedt, Ronnie .lohnson.
Ram-k row Miss Eleanor Olson leoaehl. Phyllis Denekas, Shirley Isvik.
Rosalie Kallem, Elaine Clem, Norma Thompson fmanagerl.
Not in picture-Darlene Peterson, Betty Rerg, Doris MeGonigle.
Ill .......... Randall .......... 551
26 ......... Stanhope . . . .... 38
33 ..... ..... C Iolo ... .... 57
ll .... ... Radcliffe ... ....RO
26 ..... ... Radcliffe ... ....M
32 .... .... I Randall .... .... I 38
25, . . .... Kamrar .... .... - lil
H .... ... Williams ... ....RS
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20 .......... Kamrar .......... 39
31 .....,... Rlairsburg ......... 29
29 .... . . Roland .... ..... 2 7
13 .... .lewell .....28
Sl .... ... Stanhope ... .... 35
Ill .... Williams .....46
23 ......... Rlairshurg ......... 19
Ill ........... .lewell ........... 40
Won .... 3 Lost .... 14
MISS ELEANOR OLSON
Pictured on the opposite page are the ten members of the girls squad
who won letters this year. Playing at forward were Bonnie Johnson,
Ruth Twedt and Betty Berg, ably assisted by substitutes Elaine Clem and
Holding down the guard posts were Kathryn Sogard, Shirley Ward and
Darlene Peterson, whose substitutes were Phyllis Denekas and Bonnie
The other members of the travelling squad, who didn't see enough ac-
tion to win their letters, were Rosalie Kallem, a forward, and Doris Mc-
Gonigle, guard, who left us before the end of the season.
VVC lose, by graduation this year, Kathryn Sogard, Bonnie Johnson and
Darlene Peterson. Returning for next year's team are Betty Berg, Ruth
Twedt, Shirley Ward and Shirley Isvik, juniors: Elaine Clem, Bonnie
Pomeroy, Phyllis Denekas, sophomores, and Rosalie Kallem, freshman.
These girls, along with Hannah Thompson, Mavis Eide, Mavis Johnson,
the Berg twins, Ruby and Ruth, will form the nucleus for the team, with
several promising candidates from the eighth grade.
Betty Berg led the forwards in scoring, collecting a total of 217 points,
following by Bonnie Johnson, with 104 points, and Ruth Twedt, with 82
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Front row-Raymond Danielson, ss.: Stanley Valde, p.: Dale Magnuson
lf.g Arthur Espeland, 3b.3 Kenneth Magnuson, e.: Darrell Kallem, rf.
Back row-lVIr. Kline, coach: Gene Brinton, 211.3 Gene Ballantine, cf.g
Phillip Ilemphill, 1h.g Gail Sogard, ss.
Not in pieturedMax Appelgate, manager.
The boys had a fair season last fall, winning three and losing six games.
The ten players who saw much action were: Danielson, ss: Espeland, 3113
K. Magnuson, eg Ballantine, efg Valde, DI D. lVIag.inuson, lf: Kallem, rf'
llemphill, llig Brinton, 2lJ3 and Zager, infield.
0 ......... Blairsburg ......... 4
7 .......... Randall .......... 6
0 .... .... B lairsliurg ......... 10
14 .... ... Alumni .... .... . 18
8 .... .... J ewell 5
2 .... Williams .....20
13 .... ... Randall .... ..... 1 2
4 .... .... S tanhope . . . . . . 5
2 ........... Jewell 5
The batting averages are as follows:
Danielson, .2763 K. Magnuson, .393g Espeland, .2861 Valde, .2333 Ballan-
tine, .242g D. Magnuson, .2223 O. Magnuson, .500g Kallem, .0843 Brinton,
.0951 Zager, .1251 Hemphill, .077.
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Front row--Dorothy Johnson, Kathryn Sogard, Shirley XVard, Mrs. XV. A.
Marshman, director, Joan Naglestad, Ronnie Johnson.
Second rowehlavis Johnson, Hazel Koop, Hannah Thompson, Phyllis
Denekas, Norma Thompson, Marilyn Daniher.
Back rowwHelen Kantak, Ruth Rerg, Rosalie Kallem, Elaine Clem, Shir-
ley Isvik, Ruth Twedt.
Not in picture-Betty Berg, Ruby Berg, Angeline Isvik.
As in previous years, the music department, under the capable director-
ship of Mrs. Arvene Marshman, was quite active.
The musical groups formed were the girls, glee club and the mixed
chorus. A mixed quartet composed of juniors-Ruth Twedt, Shirley Is-
vik., Donald lsvik and Donald Twedt-was formed to attend the music
clinic at Perry, Iowa, on March The boys, quartet-Donald Isvik, Don-
ald Twcdt, Raymond Danielson and George Lawson---sang at the Father-
Son banquet this spring.
Front roweliathryn Sogard, Shirley Ward, Helen Kantak, Shirley Isvik,
Joan Naglestad. Bonnie Johnson, Ruth Twedt.
Second row-Dorothy Johnson, Mavis Johnson, Hazel Koop, Hannah
Thompson, Phyllis Denekas, Norma Thompson, Marilyn Daniher,
Rosalie Kallem, Elaine Clem.
Back row-Ruth Berg, Donald Twedt, George Lawson, Phillip Hemphill,
Raymond Danielson, Gail Sogard, Sterling Dahl, Mrs. Marshman, di-
Not in picturee-Ruby Berg, Betty Berg, Angeline lsvik, Bill Hale, Donald
On March 28, 1947, E. H. S. was represented at the music contest at Iowa
Falls by seven vocalists and the mixed chorus. However, we failed to
come home with any ratings.
Credit must also be given to our accompanist, Joan Naglestad, who has
more than done her part in playing for the musical groups, as well as all
Procession, "O Come All Ye Faithfulv
Songs .................................. ...... F irst and Second grades
"This Night" ......................................................
. . . . . . .Third and Fourth grade group and High School Mixed Chorus
"Toy Shop" ................................... Third and Fourth grades
"Christmas Bells" ............ ........... G irls Glee Club
"The Lost Star" ............... ............ Q irade school
"O Little Town of Bethlehem"
"As Lately We Watchedu ....... ...... . lunior High Sextette
"Joy to the Worldn
"Come Into My Heart" ...... .... I iigh School Mixed Chorus
Recessional, "Silent Night"
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The band, with approximately twenty-five members, is under the di-
rection of Reginald N. Kjerland. The band did not appear at the music
contest, but was represented by two soloists, Phyllis Denekas and Max
Appelgate. Phyllis received a Division II rating on her clarinet solo.
The band has presented two concerts, those being the Winter and the
The members of the senior band are as follows: Cornets-Harold Za-
ger, LeOna Marshman, Mary Beth Holt, Bill Hale, Rosa Lee Caruth, Mi-
chael Kuhfusg clarinets-Phyllis Denekas, Darlene Denekas, Milford
Knutson, tromboneswDonald Twedt, Raymond Danielson: French horn
-Wayne Caruthg Saxaphones-Dorothy Thompson, Max Appelgateg bari-
tone-Bonnie Johnson, drums-Hazel Koop and Joyce Jacobson.
Those in the junior band are: Cornets-Junior Teig, Burnell Hill, Ron-
ald Dalbeyg clarinets-Bruce Baker, Nina Nelson, Darlene Denekas, Bev-
erly Tjernagelg French horn-Margery Sogardg saxaphones--Beth Peter-
son, Sterling Dahl, Earl Albertson, Curtis Caruthg drums-JoAnn Peter-
son, Doris Ballantine, Delores Pomeroy, baritone-Joyce Jacobson.
Due to illness, there were no band pictures taken.
The Pre-contest concert was given on March 12, 1947, at 8:00 p. m., in
the High School gym. This consisted of both vocal, directed by Mrs.
Marshman, and instrumental numbers under the direction of Mr. Kjerland.
Rhythm Band ................................. First and Second grades
Vocal solos .............. Elaine Clem, Shirley Isvik, Helen Kantak,
Bonnie Johnson, Donald Isvik, Raymond Danielson, Donald Twedt
"Homing," "Go Down Moses" ............................. Mixed Chorus
... . . . .Junior Band
. . . .Michael Kuhfus
. . . . . . .Bruce Baker
. . . .Darlene Denekas
Tenor saxaphone solo .... ....... lv lax Appelgate
Trumpet solo ....
Clarinet solo ..........
Clarinet solo .............
Cornet solo ............. ..................... .... L e Ona Marshman
Clarinet solo .......................................... Phyllis Denekas
"Empire Builder" March, "Moonlight and Roses," "The Silver Talis-
man" Overture ........................................ Senior Band
Well known, :incl likecl hy all the students ol' Ellsworth,
is lllr. Stenlierg. Ile keeps us warm in winter, and tries to
keep us eool during the spring and full. Ilis position is
very essential to the school system and we are happy to in-
elucle him among us. XVe hope he is with us for many
years to eome.
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THE ELLSWORTI-I NEWS
Geo. A. HANSON, EDITOR
THIS ANNUAL WAS PAINHZN IN HLSWUNTH NY TNA NEWS
Good Luck h EONARD LINDEBAK
Class of 4 Stock Buyer
FARWELL'S SU R S ELLSWORTH, IOWA
Radios and Refrigerators
Telephone 127 - Ellsworth, Iowa
L. V. WESSEL
V. H. Wehrheim Commission Firm
Every Wednesday and Saturday
Webster City, Iowa
Complete Home Furnishers
Webster City, Iowa
TO THE CLASS OF 1947
Webster City, Iowa
WEBSTER and ISIS THEATERS
Webster City, Iowa
J. C. PENNEY COMPANY
Webster City, Iowa
HANS MEIN DERS
D-X Gas 760 Motor Oil
CONGRATULATIONS TO THE
CLASS OF 1947
Ellsworth Mutual Telephone Assn.
John Deere Farm Equipment
Tractolube Oil Goodyear Tires
Telephone 11, Jewell, Iowa
Poultry and Eggs
Telephone 8 Ellsworth
Phone 21 Jewell, Iowa
D-X Motor Oils and Greases
D-X Tankwagon Service
Scott M. Brinton ,,,3 .e.,,,5,.,
COL. B. J. Scott E. wg- mm :"zh2'1a'h. '-
Iowa's Midwest Auctioneer ' 'ff
Livestock, Machinery and Ellsworth, Iowa ' S'
SUPER-VALU FOOD STORES
Class of 19-17
PHILLIPS 66 SERVICE STATION
"Molly" Knutson A Jewell, Iowa
MEATS GROCERIES - FRUITS
Interior Decorating - Floor Sanding
Congratulations, Class of 1947
DR. J. B. HARRIS
li EADY-TC D-W EAR
HOTEL COFFEE SHOP
Meals. Lunches, Candies, Ice Cream
Chicken Dinners Sunday
R. A. FORSLUND LUMBER CO.
Complete Building Service
Orval Peterson, Proprietor
Phone 140, Ellsworth
MERLIN E. WILLIAMS
American Legion Building
.lust a Good Place to Eat
DR. L. M. JACOBSON
Jewell, Iowa Phone 24
Will you he sending your boy or girl
to college. MAKE IT CERTAIN with
a Northwestern National Life's Child's
Educational Endowment Policy.
GUS AASLAND, Agent, JEWELL
Anderson Bros. Seed 8: Feed Store
Seeds, Feeds, Plants, Potatoes
Fertilizer, Grinding and Mixing
Story City, Iowa
"The Friendly Pharmacyi'
Prescription Service Day or Night
Phone 23 Res. 61W
M. H. PORTER
Diamonds, Jewelry, Kodaks
Silverware, Cut Glass
C. 81 N. IV. VVatch Inspector
GERALD O. BLAKE
A. G. FORNEY DRUGS
and General Drug Service
DAVIS STANDARD STATION
Standard Oil Products
Your Past Patronage Apprcciated:
Y-our Future Will Be!
F. G. Davis Jewell, Iowa
IVERSON 8: SON HATCHERY
Husky Baby Chicks
Jewell, Iowa Phone 14
Wliere Prices Are Low '
On Foods You Know
Penny Saver Grocery .4 R4 , , L in
STARKEY 81 KNUTSON
CLOTHIERS' -M TELEPHONE 56
"Make Our Store Your Store"
Story City, Iowa
C. A. HEISE, JR., M. D.
General Auto and Tractor Repair
JEWELL HEATING 8: PLUMBING
John R. Reese, Manager
CARROLL KUHFUS OIL CO.
For Farm and Home
Carroll Kuhfus, Station
Donald Hovda, Tankwagon
C. A. JOHNSON
Livestock Buying and Trucking
Congratulations to the Seniors
'Hamilton Countyis Home Newspaper
in Webster City
Local and Long Distance Hauling
Phone SF4, Jewell, Iowa
HART SCHAF F N ER 8: MARX
Stetson Hats, Arrow Shirts
Frank Clerff-Verne Lubbers
Graduation Clothes Our Specialty
JAMES WM. RYAN
W. H. THORESON
CA RGILL REPRESENTATIVE
"lt's Il Pleasure to Serve You"
Dalbey's Service Station
GOOIJYEAR 8: FIRESTONE TIRES
Clifford F. Dalbey Ellsworth
Royal 400 Super Service
General Repair Work
GAS, GREASE, OIL, TIRES
YOU CAN DO BETTER
Charlson's Clothes Shop
Story City, Iowa
The Best Dressers in the XVorld are
Wearing Our Clothes. DO YOU?
Idse Jewelry Store
Story City, Iowa
ALWAYS THE FINEST VALUES
.IEXVELRY AND GIFTS
THE CLASS OF 1947
Central States Electric Co
CLASS OF '47
CLOTHING AND SHOES
MEN AND BOYS
THE STRAND THEATER
AT ITS BEST
MERL R. TERHUNE
Phone 42 Funeral Home 109
DALBEY LUMBER CO.
Lumber, Building Material
Cement, Paint, Glass
Woven Wire, Fencing
Posts and Poles, Hardware
E. L. Hanes, Mgr.
Levi Espeland, Prop.
Ellsworth, Iowa Phone 74
CONGRATULATIONS TO THE
CLASS OF '47
HARRIS and BOBBIE, Proprietors
Meals - Lunches - Candies
Klip 'n' Kurl Beauty Shop
Phone 31 Ellsworth, Iowa
It's a foregone conclusion
that only those things, in
the line of workmanship
and materials that are of P
the best can be had at i
Kuhl's Co-op Service
Clarence R. Kuhl
GRAIN W- SEED - FEED
COAL we FENCE -M TILE
RAY METZ, Mgr.
Phone 6 Ellsworth
O. W. DANIHER, Manager
BURNICE P. HOLT
We Have Installed a
CORN DRYER, AN OAT ROLLER
AND A CORN CRACKER
We aim to operate the most up-to-date
elevator and feed plant in the state.
The Blackest Soil and the
Whitest People on Earth"
WE CONGRATULATE THE
CLASS OF 1947
WEBSTER CITY, IOWA
We Handle the TOP Lines
General Electric Appliances
Plymouth and Chrysler Cars
"The Complete Farm Store"
May Equipment Company
Jewell Phone 6
Radcliffe Phone 66
"Flowers for Every
To the Live-wire Young Folks
ELLSWORTH HIGH SCHOOL
Who are publishing this
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