Emerson High School - Maroon Yearbook (Emerson, IA)

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VOLUME VI Pubhshed by ihe SENIOR CLASS of EMERSON HIGH SCHOOL 1946 0728 wofz We five Scmov Claes of 1946 herewith pre sent Volmm VI of the Maroon for yow approval HQ Flow ffm! ihe materzal wztlzzn 2 s paoex 21111 brmq oar! happy mmnome of the awog ulzmzs f med and 0 The CICTVIPYYZCQ m 'u IHC? you In all 1 m 11070 Qtzzcm .5 zf Fnowoo F , f 1 1 ro 1 1 rf fo 1101 wma 71 uc cc fo o 1 ffm Q 1' J , A , , , ,, 'or ' f , ' 'QI MQ QA' paw' 'fi- Duz 'tm lrlzilf' .fc 1 ' . if 11- .2 , .iph SI'1EfW, 'Thr' limo and effort ncc'c's'Sarg1 for ilx rulniifcrhovz shcll 1 have IlC'C'7'2 ifz Vain if Ellis cw mmf walls -A V 1 1 pl' ffl I U oil 'rl vis of -K1 N Y ' dCl,S. eaccafcon We the Senzor Class of 1946 dedzcate thzs Swsth volume of the Maroon to the young men and women of thzs commumty who have so nobly We feel that without the sacrzfzces these persons have 'made zt may not have been posszble for us to receive our hzgh school educatzon or contznue to lzve safely zn a free and democratzc world 3 served, or given their lives during World War II. EMERSON HIGH SCHOOL Cordon Hcrsccdl Presldent Ralph Good N11bur Mornson Paul Iones George Stxlle Secretory W W Abel Treasurer 4 Horner Black Prin JENNIE L HARDING N r S T C B A I S C M S ELSIE DAVIS Ia S T C B A Columbla U Etacu fy Supt FRANK J SHAW Buena V1sta B A Grad Work State T C S U I Drake U 5 Coach G H HULSEBUS Western Umon C B A B D E T S Napervllle I11 Grad Work State T T Peru Nebr ELEANOR C WINTER Parsons C B A Mus1c ' 1 l lx eb .,.... A a,.LL. .,.. . .9- ln f Editor in chief Sally Kinports lunior Assistant Kenneth Gammell Sophomore Assistant lames Hicks Freshmen Assistant Darlene Edie Senior Statrsti Dean lones Snapshots Clayton Farris Cecil Bullington Victor Thomas Dean Shook School Calendar Paul Carlstedt Music Mary Mae Parker Boving Reporter lirnmy Lake Drarnatics P Qqy DouQlGS Business Manager Max Grecn Wayne Bullmgton Adx ertisrng Wayne Bass r Georgia Huntsman Athletics Verna Burroughs Girls Bob Carmichael Boys HISTORY OF THE CLASS OF 1946 ln September ot l946 a long red battleship archo ed at the port ot E H S The passengers who are now the mighty Seniors ot 4a carried little necessary baggage some native abillty a tew brains much conceit and a remarkable ability to argue anytirne anywhere about anything Aboard were thre seasoned shrpn ates Georgia Mae Clavton or Sauate as we called hun and Wayne Bass These three had been with the ship since it was first launched in l934 The high soots ot our Freshman year were Sports glee club and Part es vi eore Sally Krnnor sec Clayton Farris and Trea urer Paul Carlstedt Duri a the d ser ester Max Green was pres Wayne Bass vice pres and Garla cl B irr tt se treasurer During this year we lost tive ot our crew Charles Bergantzel Stanley Elkins Eva Huckaby Ianlce LeBette and Bill Purtle By our So F m re year we had gotten our sea legs and were better equipped tor rougher trax el which we got Our president was Obtva Pickering vicerres deit Max Green secretary Sally Kinports and trea surer Mcry Parker Our sh p rec l ea the Iunior year minus Obie Pickering Dale Osborne and Sam Winter This year really began to be exciting and we got a little taste ot upperclassmen Power We gave our play My Cousin From Texas on April l2rh and l3th at the gym All ot the cast survived in spite ol broken pitche s and such After much commotion and the inevitable argu ments we entertained the Seniors at the Blackstone Hotel in Omaha tor the lunior Senior Banquet Our Ottlcers were Wayne Bass pres Mary Parker vice-pres Dean lones sec Paul Carlsteat treasurer and Boo Carmichael student council By our Senior year we had learned that sometimes the seas are rough but that education will make them smoother Our president tor the Senior year was Sally Krnports vice president Max Green sec 61 treasurer Mary Parker and for student council Dean Iones and Wayne Bass We had a slrgh y hectic time working on the Annual but we knew it would be worth the trouble That brings to a close the voyage of our crew for trom now on each one ot as is captain of his own ship 6 Si ,255 ' A ' 'Cs .. ...A , , A ' ...., ..r.,r , . e A t , ,.... 4 ....., , ' El I .i ' u' ' 1- , , , l i . , . I 1 I I I I I T V I ' ' 1. , I Q . , A , . . c S A H 1 -T r f l , , 1 W r Oh! Those Freshman Parties! Our president our first year was Dean lonesg 'C - 1 Q , lsf .- ff ' 7 S - V . ln, secon ties r ., . --A ' -A . n C i --fc ,cf - ' . ' ' c , ' : S V I I I I I I , p ro o , - , , ' . . , "4 Y, ' . ' l I, y 'c i -A 1 f ' 7 - - 1 f-wel' ' , ' ' ' ' . V , ' . . ' 1 ' . 1 ' 'I -1 J r I I 1 I I 1 . ' 5 ' - ' ee 1 . - A 1 - 'f . ' f ' I COMMENCEMENT EXERCISES May 16 1946 HIGH SCHOOL GYM Processlonal Mrs Wmter Invocatlon Rex Erxc Cox Musxc Boys Quariet Salutatory Address Musrc Gxrls Trlo Address Rev Walter H Traub Muslc Gxrls Sextet Valedlctory Address Presentat1on of Class Mr Shaw Presentatlon of Diplomas Pres of School Board Benedrctlon Rev Shankhn BACCALAUREATE EXERCISES May 12 1946 BAPTIST CHURCH Prayer Rev Shanklm Hymn Conqreqatxon Scnpture Readme Rev Shankhn Muslc Glrls Glee Club Sermon Rev Erlc Cox Musrc M1xed Chorus Benedlctlon Rev Shanklm I xfx-JSF v--5, 7 Processlonal ......,..........r..r..r..,.....,.....,l. , ..,,...,..,....,..,r.,.. Mrs. Winter I1 -3 0' 2 fc ' ffl Griggs rf ff l l ' C I M I XXX VERNA MAE BURROUGHS Glee Club 43 45 46 Basketball 44 Cheerleadlng 45 46 Tr1 H1 Y 45 Plays 45 There IS a woman at the begmnlng of all thmgs MAX GREEN Pres 43 Plays 46 Baseball 43 44 46 Basketball 46 H1 Y I hope no young g1rl w1ll th1nk I am mak mg too l1ttle of love CLAYTON FARRIS Sec 43 Glee Club 43 44 46 Plays 45 46 Baseball 43 46 Bas ke all 43 44 6 H1 Y 45 For ew en vanqu1shed he could argue st1ll DEAN LEROY SHOOK Plays 45 46 H1Y 45 Too much th1nk1ng 1S dangerous enioh Glass im 8 ,ga 'WS DEAN JONES Pres 43 Sec 45 Stud ent Counc1l 46 Plays 45 46 Baseball 43 46 Basketball 43 46 Dec lamatory 44 H1 Y 45 The world knows nothmg of 1ts greatest men CECIL WILLIAM BULLINGTON Plays 46 It IS better to have loved and lost than never loved at all VICTOR ELDEAN THOMAS Glee Club 46 Plays 45 46 Baseball Beware' I may yet begreat CARL JAMES LAKE Plays 45 46 A face that cannot sm1le 1S never good ROBERT RUSSELL CARMICHEAL Student Councll 45 Baseball 43 46 Bas ketball 43 46 H1Y 44 45 Plays 46 Stolen klsses are al ways sweetest GEORGIA MAE HUNTSMAN Glee Club 43 45 46 Plays 45 4,6 Cheer leadmg 46 Tr1 H1 Y Im Just a llttle pra 1I'18 flower growmg wllder every hour SALLY KINPORTS VICE Pres 43 Treasurer 45 Pres 46 Glee Club 43 45 46 Basketball 43 46 Plays 45 46 Delamatory 44 A woman s heart llke the moon 15 always changmg and there IS always a man ln lt MARY MAE PARKER Treasurer '44 VICE Pres '45 Sec 8: Treasurer '46 Glee Club '43, '44, '46 Declamatory '44 Tr1 H1Y '45 "The greatest pleasure of hfe 1S love " CMIOQ GIGSS ,-W xgfmf 5 ?m 'QM' ai-mtl PEGGY JEAN DOUGLAS Glee Club Plays 45 46 Cheer leadmg 45 Declama tory 44 Tr1H1Y 45 To be trusted IS a greater compllment than to be loved WAYNE BASS V1ce Pres 43 Pres 45 Student Councxl 46 Glee Club 43 44 46 Plays 45 46 Baseball 43 46 Basketball 46 H1 Y 45 46 An ldle bram IS the d9V11S workshop WAYNE L BULLINGTON Plays 45 46 Baseball 45 46 Basketball 45 46 H1 Y 45 St1ll waters run deep PAUL L CARLSTEDT Treasurer '43,'45 Plays '46 "W1sdom comes wxth the years, so why wor ry about lt now " 7 union Glass ....., FRONT ROW Marjory Wh1slcr Jo Ann Beals Betty Shanklln Maxme Barrxtt Betty LEWIS Joanne Thomas Annabelle Lang MIDDLE ROW Robert Myers J1mmy Elhs Madellne Shapcott Bonme Burme1ster Betty Greenwood B111 Shapcott Leo Stra1ght BACK ROW Russell Sm1th Dwayne Bentley Kenneth Gammell Robert Hossle Bob Nelson Mrs Davls oflwmofze Glass 'Nw X FRONT ROW Margorle Douglas LOIIHIDG Walker Lo1s M8lSk81t Jeanne Porter Molvx Bentley Helen Lake Dallene Black BACK ROW Bob Mart James H1cks Edward Huntsman Max Bulhngton Mr Hulsebus Edward Connell B111 Gravett 10- X s Ma., . . 5 I A " 3 '5 h 1 s 1 9 , v, . .I . - ' I Y ' 7 . 3 7 . 7 ' . 7 7 7 7 J - ' eh? : my w "" """ 'WV I , X of sex - , . x '- .f . 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FRONT ROW Maxme Pruett Dean Todd Darlene Hevern Darlene Ed1e Betty Mensen Marrlyn Haney Berk Greenwood MIDDLE ROW Kathryn Smrth Dorothy Hossle Donald Brrley Robe t Wlnchell Mary Jane LGWIS Nathan Butcher Jun1or Huntsman BACK ROW Jrmmy Burroughs Duane Porter Mrs Wrnter efzeffa A Muslcal Comedy rn Two Acts Cast ot Characters Mrs Spendwell Annebelle Lang Tornrny llmmy El s Arlrne Spendwell Maryory Whrsler Ion Tarko Iunror lohnson Roqer Lynne Kenneth Garnrrel Helen Brooks Betty Shanlclm Mr Brookes Wayne Bass Paulo Robert Hoes e Pete Ixrnrny Burrouqhs Frrst Gypsy V1ClOI Thomas Second Gyspy Robert Wrnchell THE SETTING On the grounds of Cedarqlades a resort hotel rn New Hampshue Th1S operetta was qrven on May 19 l946 at the ayrn The Cast whrch also lncluded the Grrls Glee Club represented all the Classes 1n hrqh school We had a rather rrotous trrne qettrna lt ready but rn the end rt turned out to be a good deal ll W D I 1 1 x I v Y , . ' . . - A1 , I , ', r , . , T . . W 1 1 - ' . ., T , , I M Carla T ,,.. .., ,, ..r. A Sally Kinports . , Glas wil We the Senror Class of 1946 bemg ln our usual state of mmd do w1ll and bequeath the followxng thmgs to some of the poor unfortunates st1ll left 1l'1 E. H S To Don Bnley we leave Wayne Basss and Bob Carmrchael s fancy athletlc ab1l1ty and to Robert Wmchell we leave thelr rugged foulmg skxll Vema wants to leave her mus1cal touch to Annabelle and Vxctor wants to leave h1s Ignorance 15 bl1ss att1tude to h1s slster Ioanne To Russell Sm1th we bequeath Dean Iones s chance to become Walter Wrnchell Peg Douglas IS golng to be generous and g1ve her varrous and assorted dream guys to Maxlne Pruett and Betty Mensen Wayne Bullrngton bequeaths hrs manly hgure to Berk Greenwood and h1s qulrklng eyebrow to Duane Porter Pete Green leaves h1s ab1l1ty to talk so fast that no one can understand h1m to Kenny Gammell To Ieanne Porter we leave Georgla s knock kneed slap happlness and her sense of fun Dean Shook glves h1s whlte sh1rts and snap py t1es to Iunlor Huntsman and may he make good use of them To Bob Myers we bequeath Sally s neat complex1on Squate says he wants to QIVG lus after school hours to Kathryn Srmth but unfortunately they are usually spent Wllh Mrs Hard1ng or another of the teachers Bob Carm1chael g1ves h1s ab1l1ty to look completely lnnocent of even a m1sch1evous thought to Bob Mart To Manlyn Haney Paul leaves h1s mechan1cal prowess and to Betty Lewls h1s spare t1me Mary Mae says to leave her relaxed slouch to Iunror Iohnson and her long fmgers to lames Hlcks To Max Bull1ngton hm Lake IS go1ng to g1ve h1s black halr and eyes and to hrnmy Burroughs h1s drawl Vema also wants to g1ve her sub1lety 1n catchlng a good Joe to Darlene Hevem Cecil bequeaths that tw1nkle rn h1s eye to Maxme Barrttt and curly ha1r to Duayne Bentley Squate and Sally also are very glad to g1ve away 'lhell' stubborness to anyone who can use such an artxcle for mstance Darlene Black To the Iunlors who w1ll take over our place next year we leave our best W1Sh9S and we hope that they w1ll have as much fun as we have had We also leave you the r1ght to look and act hke smug self sat1sf1ed Senrors a nght you w1ll no doubt take full advantage of To our Teachers who have been very patrent we g1ve our thanks for wlthout thelr gu1dance and helpfulness when we needed a httle help we would be a very 1ll prepared group of people We also want to say Thank you to Mr Crawford who has rung so many school bells and gotten the schoolhouse 1nto l1vable condlon after our carmvals plays and such 12 0 . 1 - . . , 1 1 - 1 - . -- . 1 . 1 1 , . 1 . 11 - . 11 . . 1 . 1 - 1 1 . . . 1 . , . 1 1 l I - - , . 1 1 . , 1 . 1 ' 1 1 1 . . . 1 . . . . . . - 1 1 1 ' 1 , . 1 '- . 1 1 . - 1 1 , . . 1 . . . 1 ' 1 1 1 1 1 I1 11 - 1 1 I ' Glass pfzoph cm, lt IS now l956 and on the sunny front porch of a l1ttle farm house 111 lowa Sll Sally and her SIX small ch1ldren In the f1eld her devoted husband Bob IS puttmg 1n h1S crop Just as well as he ever put IH baskets for E H S Hlgh overhead laz1ly drones a hel1copter operated by the n1mble w1tted sc1ent1st Wayne Bulllngton Not too many m1les 1n a spot called Green Hollow we see someone who looks fam1l1ar Of course' Its Mary Mae There she IS IH a l1t1le cave 1n the h1lls1de and around her are a lot of Jun1or ed1t1on Marys But 1lS st1ll a mystery to all how she got there l a town near by there IS qu1te a crowd cheer1ng for someone It must be some celebr1ty Why 1t s none other than Squate Farns and they re cheer 1nQ because he Just brought 1n another de perate cr1m1nal Yes SIT Clayton s follow1ng 1n h1s fathers footsteps and hes the most brave and dauntless sherlff 1n the M1ddlewest As we go further west we come to an enormous ranch Wllh all wh1te barns and everyth1ng It must be a really wealthy man that owns th1s outf1t The blg slgnpost says Green s Rancho That s Pete' We know now he made all hlS money trad1ng cars. We must be sure and stop IH Denver because thats where that wonderful CIICUS IS the one that has the one and only Dean Shook the famous l1on tamer As long as we are th1s far west lets go on to Hollywood and see Georg1a 1n her new comedy Sw1velJo1nts She s really pretty sharp' lt looks as though we re gomg to have to go east to see th rest of the class Except for Peg of course We ve seen her all across the country Her face IS on every b1ll board and every magazme Shes the most famous cover gxrl 1n the U S We have some other famous ones too Theres V1ctor Thomas for one hes now a professor at Harvard And theres I1rn Lake the gen1us Whos lectur1ng ID V1enna about the atom1c energy of the moon Whlle we re 1n the East we can go to New York and see Verna Mae and Wayne Bass Youve no doubt heard of them Vernas the Metropol1tan Operas mezzo soprano and Wayne 1S the1r bass solo1st Let s go up to Rad1o C1ty too and hear the evangel1st of the a1r the Reverend Paul L Carlstedt Th1s 1snt all though theres st1ll Cec1l W'e ll have to go down to Flonda and v1s1t h1m It should be fun too because he owns a really super resort w1th sw1mm1ng pools dog tracks and you m1ght know bath1ng beaut1es And last but certa1nly not least there s the salty old sea Capta1n Dean Iones e can meet h1m down 1n New Orleans where hes Just anchored after mak1ng h1S weekly run from Panama w1th a load of tobacco rum and ra1lroad t1es Well thats all of the class Now about our teachers They are all 1n bloom1ng health ln fact they have been every s1nce the class of 46 grad uated Mrs Hard1ng IS now the Dean of Vassar Mr Hulsebus 1S bus1ly coach1ng a champlon g1rls basketball team and funny th1ng all of the g1rls names are Hulsebus Mrs W1HlGf IS a very contented housew1te up 1n Mmnesota She s not teach1ng anymore except for a few mus1c lessons now and then Mrs Dav1s 1S now head of the D1et1c1an Department of a nat1onw1de magaz1ne And Mr Shaw IS a regular member of the Informat1on Please program on the rad1o Mr Shaw 1n Eng L1t class Please explcun the l1fth stanza of Tennysons In Memor1am Betty Greenwood Betty Oh Mr Tennyson IS Just talk1ng about mans behef 1n 1mmoral1ty 13 1 . , 1 . - 1 , . . 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A 11 . . . 1 . . . . 11 . , . 1 1 1.6 S 1 '61 l W7 I IJ A CC-liz 5111i S v Sw 1 3 " T 1 'fl if 1 1 . ,115 gfuff '72 Nonsense 1'-t Wonder hqhmhnhunplnnnanlll lf we 11 remember such 46 slang as th1s Hubba hubba" Slick Chlck Good Joe Thats a deal Luc11le' Oh my achmg back' Its a great 11fe"'7 Thats a Joke son Super Smooth Mrs Hardlng 1n Adv Algebra clas Now IH th1s problem we are to f1nd the number of hours that the trams traveled and they meet at 12 50 P M Paul C Yeah but what I cant flgure out IS do they meet at the same Mme" Dxd you ever hear about the l1ttle I moron who thought he was H1t1er" He was CTyp1ca1 Emerson Cornh S To do some bushwackm eyes rlght' -f -1 These are the slumber party k1ds who have get togethers at wh1ch you eat crackers and cokes go for a stroll on the brxdge ln the wee small hours come home and bake gmgeroread or waffles and flnally stagger 1nto bed for the belated slumber about tlve ln the mornlng We wonder 1f anyone else ever does such thrngs Four wreaks on a wreakfl fi 436 Deame Was lt love at flrst slght wlth us mquattle? Squattle lookmg at Dean Nope I thlnk It was love at no s1ght 15 2 5 1 9 - ' Y . un 7 .Y ' I . , , 1 . T l ' - ,- . lk , I' . . Q. ,, . . . . , . I -. 1 l F 1 in J ,S 1 , . ., 4. ' L7 M " . 'inf .' A , . W, ,XL --5, ' 3 to A E ' - . ' if ' M 1 f- ,L wk ,W Stas o I x .- Qskixi- , ,-5 .....-., .. 5 . yy - I at L Q' an N - . ,, ' We r L in 3 , r il ff n V1 Q r .. T ' . Q! . 1 - 7 - 'A Q ", K ' . CC . , M fy. - -D L, . ' ,. . , fx, ,,. V -M L , . ' an , ' ' Q H get . . 1 .- ,, - cl-f. W ' ' ' ' 1 ' l ,' 3 - 7.51, . 1 , ' H .3 I 7 CC 1 Ii!! girls l glee Ulub FRONT ROW M1s W1nter Darlene Edle Maxlne Pxuett Georgla Huntsman Velna Burroughs Annebelle Lang MIDDLE ROW Sally Ixmports Jo Ann Beals Betty Shanlslln Madellne Shapcott Mary Parker Jeanne Porter Mary Lewls Kathryn Smlth Betty Mensen Lo1s Malskut Peggy Douglas MarJor1e Douglas Marllyn Haney BACK ROW Daxlene Heyern Melva Bentley Dorothy Hossle Bonnle Burmelstu Battv Greenwood Marjory Whlsler Joanne Thomas SEXTET Marjory Whlsler Betty Greenwood Annebelle Lang GCOIg13 Huntsma Betty Shanklln Sally K1HpOFtS TRIO Annabelle Lang Betty Shanklln Betty Greenwood 0,5 qt Gl 1, FRONT ROW Berk Greenwood Russell Smlth Jlmmy Ellls V1ctor Thomas JUDIO Johnson Nathan Butcher Robert Myers MIDDLE ROW Bob Carmlchael Clayton Farrls Kenneth Gammell Robert Hossle Blll Shapcott Robert Wmchell BACK ROW Paul Carlstedt Wayne Bass Mrs Wlnter Jlmrny Burroughs Leo Stxmght QUARTET Junior Johnson Kenneth Gammell Jlmmy Ellls Wayne Bass 16 ' . V , . , Q . 4 . CJ A V AA Y C Q! -f . ' 3 , O -1 f A -- '-. . , .' ' , - r - . V r- Q , ' - 1 , yu v 1 y y y y y . x. . . . , , . . - - Y ' x- '- . . - - x I I , I 1, y - I .- , . . , , , 1 V , . I Y ' O Y , A. Q 9" 1 5Q , X, 'N . Nt, , ' xx . i 1 5 A ' 1 X . V 1 Y 9 l A- , . . , 1 l y 1 y - , y . . . 1 x . , , v , '- , ' . , . gays gaslzeflzall FRONT ROW Wayne Bass Dean Jones Clayton Farms Bob Carmlchael Max Green BACK. ROW Kenneth Gamrnell V1ctor Thomas Bob Nelson Wayne Bulllngton Coach Glen Hulsebus James Hxcks Qu gaslzeflvau Lang Joanne Thomas Georg1a Huntsman BACK ROW Melva Bentley Margory Whlsler Bonme Burmelster Dorothy Hosslc Coach Glen Hulsebus Jo Ann Beals Betty Greenwood Betty Shanklln Sally Kmports 17 ls FRONT ROW-Verna Burrouhghs, Darlene Hevern, Lorraine Walker, Annebelle aselmll XZ! FRONT ROW Jamea Hxcks Dean Jones Kenreth Gamrnell Wayne Bass Bolk Gmenwood BACK ROW Wayne Bulllngton Max Guan B111 Shapcott Coach Hulsebus Bob Carmlchael Clayton Farrxs eez eaam Mazgoly Whxsler, Verna Burroughs, Bonnle Burmelster, Georgla Huntsman 18 B xg -... . SW xXx 3 fx Clfhlefzcs Team Date Wales Lenox Wales Macedoma Srlver C1ty Stanton Srlver Clty Macedonla Glenwood Strahan Malvern Malvern Hastmqs Strahan Hastmqs Stanton an Fe eb eb Q Feb eb 9 9 6 9 Nov Nov Nov Dec Dec Dec an an an an an an an Fe e eb Boys G1r1s Where We They We They Here There There Here There There Here There There Here Here There There There Here Here No Game No Game No Game No Game No Game BOYS COUNTY TOURNAMENT AT MALVERN Emerson 35 Malvern 59 Emerson 42 Pacrfrc Iunctron 36 Emerson 0 Hastlngs BOYS SECTIONAL TOURNAMENT AT GLENWOOD Emerson 28 GIRLS SECTIONAL TOURNAMENT AT EMERSON Emerson 43 S11ver Clty Emerson Elhott Emerson 31 Stanton GIRLS COUNTY TOURNAMENT Emerson 20 Henderson Emerson 36 Strahan 1UN1OR H1GH BOYS COUNTY TOURNAMENT Emerson Hastrnqs Emerson 0 Paclfrc Iunctton 22 The boy basketball team took the conso1at1on DFIZG m the Malvern County Tourney The a1r1s basketball team took the hamp1onsh1p award rn the S11Ver C1ty County Tournament wh1ch was the nrst qrrls County tournament held rn Mllls County 19 . 13 23 25 12 42 . 16 34 28 19 32 . 27 10 27 11 51 ' . 4 28 15 25 11 ' ' . 18 24 49 35 21 . 21 34 31 24 27 ' ' 1 . 4 30 42 39 9 ' I . 8 17 29 24 14 I . 11 27 19 1 . 14 39 35 35 10 I . 18 23 48 I . 23 34 52 ' I . 25 19 23 b. 4 50 37 25 27 Henderson Feb. 15 There 26 52 28 29 ' F b. 19 26 23 F . 22 27 25 24 17 1 . 31 b. 1 ' ' ' F .2 4 ' 26 F . 26 1. S. D. 40 F b. 6 ' ' 24 . 8 18 ' 24 F .9 33 F b. 15 14 F b. 16 16 F b. 14 14 ' 12 F b. 15 1 ' ' ' W' NS xg babes I 12149 .2 ff ff FIRST ROW Jerry Hascall Bllly Mart Elsle Slump Ronn1e Sxmmonds Jacquehnc Wh1te Beverly Carson Scherrxe Mayberry Dolores Stralght Dortha Sellers Max Davls SECOND ROW Larry Mullms Roger Ord Garry Lewls Howard Vardaman Marlon DeBolt JSHICC Edxe Anna Marle Hultqulst Joyce Stxlle Deanna McLa1n THIRD ROW Tommy Porter Dorthea Mensen Vernelle Bentley Grace Hascall 'za es 3 an ff F97 FIRST ROW Rlchard Pogue Loydene Blank Kenneth Malskelt Madehne Cooper Larly Ord Charles Davls Dougl s Potter Davld Hascall Dorothy Stra1ght SECOND ROW MHTIOH Porter Jean Black Rupert Warren Carolene Walker Karen LEWIS Mary Mullms Vlfgll Haney Duane Carlstedt 20- M I ' I V ' f , , Z -Xf ' o 1- ff " "' ,Q f , ..-J .5 . ix . : Y . I 7 . 7 Y . 7 Y 7 . : A . ' . y - Y 1 v 1 r y : , I Y Ml I , 1, , ' 1 jf, ' fx'- ' I ,f X .1 , ffLk!',!f' yy., ,f A ,.f' K!! ,f, . , . 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I A 1 ' , A , 2- , , .: 1 , . . , , , I I I s fzades 5 and 6 XX FIRST ROW C J Blank B1ll1e Douglas'NealEd1e Carolyn Stllle Sharon Lewls Evelyn Jeanne McLa1n Clara Ahce Huntsman Marllyn Mart Marlon Mart itwmsb SECOND ROW Bobby Plckerel Tommy Shapcott Kenneth Stralght Edwm Mulhns Bobby Good Louella Todd Bonme Dunlap V1ola Bentley Patrlcxa Mulllns THIRD ROW Ernest Thrapp Davld Kldwell Charles Carson Donald Thorson Twyla Jenklns Wayne Hascall Rxchard Porter FOURTH ROW Raymond Mensen Lee Nelson Darwm Hascall Mlss Thomas Max Hossle Alvxn Sobbmg evenflz 9 9 flu --1' FIRST ROW JRHICG Greenwood Joan Douglas Dolores Porter Gloria Davls Fred Edle, Edwm Hascall, DeLa1n Jones, Marlon Black, Galen Jones SECOND ROW Dale Stralght, Charles Walker, Sklp Kmports, Kenneth Mulllns, Bob Huntsman, Ne1l Bentley, Arnold Evans, Edward Taylor, Wanda Huntsman, Mrs Frazler, Betty Burroughs, Sylvla Vllhlsler, Bonnie Snodgrass 21 .... -MJ . i , ' ,.,,.... 5 X X X I I X, 'Q . . , ,. 1 r 119 Af Q C, , lg .-,V L - ' 1 Z . . 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IOHNSON 6: SON IPIOITIIII Scrvirfa Oznaha -,- Eznorsox. THORSON'S CHEVROLET SERVICE Phone 79 Emerson, Iowa CHENEY 6: CRAMER All klnds of Insurance Phone 135 Emerson Iowa THORSON S PRODUCE The Proneer Produce Statron Top Prrces Pard for POULTRY EGGS CREAM We Handle FEEDS AND CREAM SEPARATORS Phone 18 Emerson owa EMERSON LOCKER SERVICE I L Strarqht Complete Slcxuqhtenng Servlce Phone 86 Emerson Iowa BLACK S BARBER SHOP Emerson Iowa WALKER S WHOLESALE GROCERY Fresh Meats and Frurts Honest Cash Prrces for Poultry Cream and Eggs Phone 88 Emerson Iowa AMOS SMITH Corn Shelhnq cmd General Haulxng Phone 147 Emerson IOWU 1 I 1 , L I I 'il- It Pays to Trade with THE FARMERS MERCANTILE CO. Remember the banana- Every lime it leaves the bunch it gets skinned. We can't please everbody, but we try. 1 Ch arhe Mxller Manager YYY' 'I"W- 'If'9'1l' 'I' 'lfil-' FRED LOOKABILL "The Service Staiion that serves." Phone 476 Hastings lower For news ol Emerson G Mills County, read THE MALVERN LEADER Mills' County's Home Newspaper Smce 1875 LOOKER BROS GARAGE Speclallzed Automobrle Serv1ce Phone lUOO Red Oak lowa IAMISONS DEPT STORE Largest Puq and Drapery Dept nn Western Iowa Phone 169 Glenwood Iowa Tank wagon Servrce Golden Dav1s Call 178 HOME OIL CO BLUE GOOSE MARKET Buy here G save Robert Kelp Owner Phone 74 Glenwood Iowa -H-Ak ll- -1-..A..4n--s.nn...-5.g..4. ..,,, I X n , . l . I . +77-n..+ -0-7+ A-Y 4- +V-n ,-n...4l- -h...n- 4- I I 'T"1I""l- ff RED OAK TOGGERY C. S. Fridolph Red Oak Iowa Red Oflk IOWCI FARMS - FARM LOANS Ladies' and CIIIICITGTIIS Ready-to-wear TENNANT SHOP Kodak rolls developed 5. printed 25C. Malvern Iowa DR. H. BORREI M. D. PETERSON MOTOR CO. 415 Reed St. Ralph Peterson phone 218-W 308 Hammond St. Red Oak Phone 852 Red Oak ARTZ DRUG CO. 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