Fayette High School - Cardinal Yearbook (Fayette, IA)

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T:-1 CARDINAL FAYETTE HIGH SCHGOL 1946 51 - E - ? 1 - ' J" I If 5 V, r 1, - ff i -ra f I . 21 f ANNUAL STAFF LOP ROI: ugene Corkery, John Fry, Claude Smith, James Brown, Richard Paul SECOND ROW Chumbley bdltor in Chief Assistant ditor Cartoon Chairman 8 P Y Sales chairman Secretary fyp1ng Chairman Advertising Lhalrman Arrangement Chairman SFAFF Claude Smith nichard Paul Lugene Corkery John Fry James Brown Bonnie Lamphler avelyn Matthews Jlllard Langerman uermaine ohumblev 74 111 0 bonnie Lamphier, Evelyn Matthews, Willard Langerman, Germaine 0 5 :qos-u --Q:- no-n unnunoqcnq- as-an-...Q-an-an-an V Photo ra h Chairman ----------- ---- -- ----- - -------- ----- IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII 'S A HARGLD D MATT Q--vii Harold D. Matt, Sheldon Chittenden, W. Lloyd Miller, Archie E. Wood, R.A. Swartz, Ralph Gray, Claude E. Smith, F.B. Claxton. BQARD CDF EDUCATIQN KEITH VV VANHORN FACULTY E X -Q .- fffffqf Top Row Paul Hafke, June Bishop, Shirley Refshauge, Lartha Durey, Glenna Leamon Second Row: Mary Lou Dgnpgyy, Virglnia Nauman, Gladys Webb, Barbara Jean Rankln, Arleer aanuelson Third Row Kathryn Llaus, Selma Duffield, Margaret Solomon, Iaxine Hawke, harle Jacobsen 4 S' ,iw ' ig " . 1 'Q 15 2 4 , U 7 1 A N . is X 1 X ' 4 n an .1 5 y 1 4 y " 7 -'z 5 rx r M y ' ,es 9 r .Q r il g 'Q 2-LL! N W 'P ' Li X I H . ' e f U5 1-QL rl 3 " for The v J hx bd SENQRS xg is f W t 4 g' 1 f E X James Brown Sleepy's hls mlddle name 1n school Lary Dongour A hard vorke has a brlght future U John 1 rv Twas marvelou hi 1HtlSHCG Wltf the c e rances Carle! A glfl you l1Pe t o SENIGRS Vlrginia D rlang 'Her smlle' I1 worthwhlle Darlene Anf1n8OR Quallty, not quantlty ugene Corkery HI never dare to be as funny a I can Germalne Chumbley HAll day long s e merrlly chatters, but she may have her mlnd on serlous matters Larbaret Durey NNot all her interests are 1n school Willa d Langerman Girls are bothersome I like to be bothered Rita Fauser Pow can I study with love m1nd?U Robert simmons Great men die young I feel 111 myself Ruth Ann Iliff A good natured girl with lots of friends ' QS Dorothy Exman HA friendly giggl that's contagious ' Richard Paul nOur candidate for tne lall of fame Caroline Johnson 'Kimble and qui Q is this cute little chick Dorothy Hackett 'Always a pleasan I smile Isabelle Johnsen HL1fe is short s am I ' r u - x ' ' - L ll ' ' Xvkv ,4 A X . Q X I . L V ll A 4. . . is " ' 1" affairs on my tg, C' A I nn , - QE? - 1 C .1 ' an 'e ,K 1 N " 'Ja ' . I -, O ' . ll I ' cl SENDGRS Claude Smltl Jr I llke work 1L fasclnate re, I can Slt and look at lt f hours Bonnle Lamphler Q 5 Lead me not NF lnto temota tlod, Just S101 me the 1a5 ary Ann Lockwood Slncerlty ha a charm all 1tS own Betty Payne Her life 1S dedica ted to one wan Irene Scholbroc' 'Llke the deep blue sea alway calm N Helen Knos 'ol16HCG 1S gfolg, fl, She' pove ty StFlCk9H Howard Smlth N nd the ladle S cooed'H 1th a sparkle 10 her eye an a ewel on her nr Q-r' Marcella ood Qulet and qulte dependable u . 1 0 2 15 - ,Q. - H ' 1 f . . 1 L, 1 e . S ' ' S ' - 41 . r - 4. or . ll 0 . X 3 X ' F ' qu . 1' M' A ' ' S ' L f. - maj H . ' .' ' 1 'J Qy A Y ro H T' f , M- il Evelyn Latthews 1 N1 , - - -' . . . 'I 1 I n 1 I ax 1 ig. l ' .J U' fi 5 -.n ' ' A Q, Q' 11' 1- rv 8.3- J n A ' ' lln ' - f , - xv K . N . 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I, . - ' , I I , . . V 0 1 . ' . J ' , r E w ' ' ' . A . N Q A. I . , X . . . I ' , . . S . . "- ' s ' ' . O I . 6 0 ' I 1' . ll . A 0 Q O cheerleaders and student body. ma u 3 1 0 ' o N ' ss. I, ' ' ' ' A O I , 1' ' ' 0 I, . . . S S . 0 ' U Q ll l 3 ' - I ' . I . n y S Q ' . ' : fo - ll O U. 1 . I . 1 ' ' N U 1 . O WW 4 Q XS FRESHMEN Y. SQPHOMCDRES JUNIORS 'mx A: Dffeff A I fu ?fL.iQ7w fl j 1. , X X M ' if f UJ' My f X Y x ff? A Q Nl'M if 15 JF? XT ky f 1 ,J JUNIDRS Q ' n Top Row: Leona Ash, Shirley Carley, Lois Ch1ttenden, Charlotte Clark, Shirley Davis, Paul Durey, Teressa Erlon, Albert Everett Second Row: Lois Exman, Jerold Farrell, Chester Franks, Shirley Gallaher, Laura Green, Wayne Holtzman, Beverly Iliff, Inez Larson Third Row: Joann Oldfather, James Orr, Ramona Paul, Russell Popenhagen, Jacquelyn Rowland, Russell Sherman, Duane Stansbury, Melford Stearns Fourth Row: Dorothy Wegner, Luella Weyant, Robert Wilson, Juanlta Yearous Member of the class whose picture 18 not included above Howard Landas, and Dick DeVoe CLASS CFFICERS President Richard DeVoe Vice President- ------- Juanita Yearous Secretary ---- ------- Russell Popenhagen Treasury -------------- Jerrold Farrell SOPHOMOR ES 'qnv K i u lt Top Row David Briggs, Betty Clendenen, Barbara,Fauser, Roy Hackett, Charles Holtzman, Herbert Iliff, Bernice Johnson, Florence Johnson Second Row: June Jones, Arthur Langerman, Richard Marvin, Robert Matt, Arlene Miller, Bill Orr, Arla Potter, Curtis Potter Thlrd Row: Lois Roberts, Zeta Roberts, Mary Lou Shepperd, Irene Smith, Laurel otearns, Wayne Stepp, Wesley Strosahl, Charleen Wareham CLASS OFFICERS President Robert Matt V1ce President Zeta Roberts Secretary Arla Potter Treasury Kenneth Wilke P 'pi' JK, F51 , I Fourth Row: Charles Wickham, Kenneth Wilder, Kenneth Wilke, PRESHME N A If Top Row James Bachman, Jean Clark, mleanor Cousins, Joan Crawford, Norma Davis, Dwlght Davis, John Dewald, Velma D1CYiHSOH Second Row George Durey, J8n1C6 Erlon, Ardella Flsh, Beulah Green, Joyce Homewood, Duane Jellings, Lo1s Langerman, Ina Larson Third Row Mlldred lcwlree, Ray Llttlestadt, Cl1fford loser, larle Olson, Harley Peterman, Dora Rh1nes Fourth Row Lorralne Sanderson, George bankey, Evelyn Smlth, Vera Stepp, Joan Toutech, Waldo Walker Fifth Row Nillls Walker, Frances degner, Dolores Wickham, Rosella ood, Donald Blaker Member whose picture is not included above is: Richard Pattison. lr. 4 A Q 3 IX , B , l r., ' i " ..ff'x 5 f X 1' I " " x ,, 4 3 l I 3 ' i sa w "' ,, D IQ J in V, V 4 . ,Ag Q .u . '4 D 5 n'7 . i Q 2 , Y as . . 71 i . , 5 C 9 Q C I 0 . . . . . . I . I ,F . . il? Y' ' J.. LJ 'L il VK . . ' . . , . 2 ' 0 I ' ' ,, t gr ,-, il . A THLETIKJS 7 f fx K K xjljlxifvfxf ww Q 65 f 72 ' f gig I N f 7? Qx X XX IN xl ' X f fl 27,9 my Q 'X X x N X f cms' CQACH BUYS' COACH A Fw Kithfl Va.t1H 1W1-ifk CHEER LEADERS ' . .ph L. t FGD BALL 5, V I -A as :Az ,Q ' -ff. 1 mi T 'Q' nl , I ,' ' - --'fe A ,,, , ,A V P - E -gn'-rev. - . V 1 -Q we - Qrw Well. Y nfs, M's . Q f- K, ggi- .fefl,'2'Ql2Lg mvfp ,T - V '-sgeix ,Q X W , Y. - A A 1 LIJT -pf' lf- 533 Qlgh ,' -Him ' MHIQIQI .ii faef "st e win ' :usd ' , - M-: lop Row: Paul Hafke, Coach, herbert Iliff, Charles Wickham, Richard DeVoe, James Orr, Richard MBTVIH, nussell Sherman, Duane tansbury, Milford Stearns Second nov: Wesley Strosahl, Arthur Langerman, xichard Paul, James Brown, Willard Langerman, Claude Smith, nugene Corkery, John Fry, kenneth Wilke 10 a high school steeped in football traditions the return of the famillar red Jerseys was a welcomed sight The games were all well student body and the marching band uugene Corkery was elected football Captain with Claude Smith as Co Captain of the seventeen boys out for football, s1x were senlors, Llauie smith, fillard Langerman, nichard Raul, James brown, Eugene Cori my, and uohn bry attended by town and college fans. The team was well supported by the BASKETBALL Top Row Paul Pafke, Curtis Potter, Charles Holtzman, James Orr, Wesley, Qtrosahl, dilllam Orr, second Row: Vayne Stepp, Art Langerman, James Brown, Claude Smith Jr , Richard Paul, Kenneth Wilke fought games and 'never say die' spirit which prevailed throughout the entlre season Some of the defeats were hard to take, but every game provided the basketball fan with a real thrill and the F H Q fan wlth a feeling of great pride Three of the flrst team, Claude Smith, Rlchard Paul, and James Brown, are senlors with Claude the high polnt man of the year, but the prospects for next year are very good We're counting on some real basketball f1Om some of the eighth grade boys 1n the '46 '47 season. 0 The Fayette Cardinals' record does not indicate the hard BASEBALL s 1 b' 3: W ' m V Q , Is. j f H W 1 A , , , X f ' J as , I W 1, 3 f K A Pop Row: Paul PaPke, Coach, oames Lrr, laude J 1 e eroert Il1ff, sales rowu, 1CHaPd Devoe, oward 4n1tn, Jayne stepp 11TSt LOW llflord oser, Jerold rarrell, James Bachman, .eslay at oshal, nester ranres, Arthur Langerman, Jlllard Lancer an. The Favette Cardlnals were unlformed 1n flashy new baseball oUltS a streak of w11te and a splash of red va oe lt ao 1e new Sdlto or maybe lt s a deterllnatlon to 1 prove over thelr football and oasketball records, but the baseball squad proved to e a real team through every one of the nlne scheduled games LIJG serlor boys, Claude JW1th, Toward sllth, James ro n, 'lllard hanferlan, and llcharu raul, 1111 oe lsseu or next year's team. , N 1 4. - T V . F - ,- . ,A Tu. .,-7 .Y . . - ' .1 ... gn. , J. 9 , 1. T VA 1 V: . 1 L. a. 4- . . . J AA A-1 4 -L LL 4 . . 0' U g ,-1 v ,fu w H w-Q M V 1 7. ,G Nl A . Lv - L '11, A1 -, A 1. v M v A L O Au . . . , I 5 I V . . . . I ' ,- --v H . --- L . M y H - . N A . Y Y i in . . . ' . U Aa n M 1 fs Q-, q . u . F 5 , c 1-1 ' - .1 I ' Q ' -- ' 1 P,' f' , v-1 1 L u M L U M -' Y f - ,' n 'Q H' 1 m'am J . .4 AL A L .al L 1: L , cams' BASKETBALL lop now Jean Clark, Frances degner, betty rayne, Lois Langerman, nosella Wood, Lois Roberta, Barbara Fauser, Merle Olson, ina Larson, Delores Wickham Second now: Mr Beith Vannorn, Marcella Wood, Vera Stepp, Inez Larson, Zeta Roberts, Dorothy wegner, Leressa Lrlon, nh1rley Gallaher Lhird How: Lorraine Sanderson, Dora nhlnes, florence Johnson, Shirley barley, namona raul, uacquelyn Howland, nernlce Johnson, Joan Lrawford This year: Pract1cally no practlce no suits no wins Next Year: Practice suits plenty of wine I1 . C V L , - - n 4 I C x ' ' ' ' . . . ' fi ' u 1 I " F 1 x 1 , v O n 1 :cp :un . :Q nn 0 Dec Dec Dec Dec USC Jan Jan Jan Jan Jan Jan Feb Feb feb Feb feb Feb 6 SUMMARY BASKET BALL Elgln Hawkeye Maynard Postvllle lest Unlon Sumner Elgin Straxberry Hawkeye Ulkader Postv11le uaynard bumner Randalla lkader fest Unlon Jaukon Randalla County Tournament Jan 28 Stanley Jan lest UHlOH aectlonal Tournament har 1 Sumner Indlvlduals Records For Smlth Langerman Paul Brown I11ke Crltb 2 Games TPVu POlHt 4 Qeason 211 108 106 Pts C0vert1 eb Flr t Round oeml Fln ls Finals Center Forward Guard Forward Guard Guard enlor D Paul, J Brown, P Smltl, C omlth Langerman Caotalns C Smlth, D Haul Sept Oct Oct Oct Oct Oct FGDT BA LL lkader aumner aynard ve t Unlon Postville auxon ls? US . 7 ' 21 20 . 10 22 55 . 14 13 15 . 18 ' 35 19 2 . 21 Y ' 30 24 Jan. 4 24 28 . 7 25 24 . 11 w 1 ' 33 24 . 14 21 39 . 18 - 35 24 . 22 ' 39 22 . 25 W 29 20 . 8 7 24 22 'w . 12 ' 0 36 7 . 15 E 40 21 . 19 U ' 37 28 7 . 22 T 46 29 . 25 ' 15 29 . 17 23 ' s . 29 1 ' ' 23 19 2 .'-" a G . . 35 28 C. ' ' ' . A. A ll D. ' ' J. 48 U K. T' ' 45 N H. ou' A 18 H S D S- o W o ' In . 1 u jx." 1 do a T . Us . 28 E 64 0 . 5 7 19 0 1 . 12 M 7 6 . 19 Y s ' 19 0 . 26 ' 33 0 . 3 I '. 7 0 hem WTC- 4 Q -A-nn, U H A P14 Q DRAMATICS X lb ff Q5 N '26 S ff X - 1 f 4 'Nj 0 Wm N X SENIGR CLASS PLAY 5 - 5 Q s , 9 W 3 orkery, John ry, Jillard Langerman x, Q71 ltd, ollude amith Jr., James Brown Jhlrlcy Uefsnaqge, Qlta Fauser, Mary Ann Locklood, Helen nos, Dorotny acnett OTLTL, Q ' 'I rh lh9 ehunblej, largaret Durej, Carollne Johnson, velyn xers arcell ood e J nlor Class or rayette Hlgh School presented the annual 1n ure enool audltorlum .prll 30, l946 A matlnee and even O 1 were vlven. gl e titled Ol apr1ngt1me,' was a three act e n cen'erel a ound tle Parler famlld :hose hlwh OL IQ a eu raflclan. as the cultaln opened, the 01 . n hw 1 1 school pr11c19al's dauvnter n exrlf dlsastrous results. Phe actlon v a+ Lu olax u el a larve cast of flfteen ,N E Q is V ,il x, , .f , , n kgs' . .,. ' :- 'E , -. of hun. 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' fn' ,- ,- - ' ,C-LMI., AL.,"l.,, ..-,UA-. ,,..cY.L UU-.l.4.bc IQ Mr Q.. u n.. V .L u D , ,, V., -.4-Q . -... , WV, JUNICDR CLASS PLA Left to nlghtx urs bhlrley nefshauge, nussell ropenhagen, Jacquelyn Rowland, Shlrley barley, Arthur Langennan, raul Durey,Ramona Paul, James Orr, lhe JUDIOP tlass of rayette High School presented the annual class play in the school addltorium on Uecember 11, 1945. A Matinee and evenlng performance were given lhe play, entltled George bets Goingn was a farce comedy in three acts and dealt wlth the efforts of an amateur detective to track down an elusive minor crlminal followlng several disturbing occurences Shirley Davis, Chester Franks, Leona Ash, Inez Larson, Joan Oldfather. UN E ACT PLAYS Left to nlght Durey, uuane Stansbury, J8n1S Abel, 1rs Shlrley nefshauve, fayne btepp, noy nackett, Arla rotter, kenneth fllke, 1obe1t Llnch, bett5 sean Clendenen, leressa mrion, Robert latt, John Fry. lhree one act plays wer presented 1n the rayette lgh School 1Ud1tOP1Um the evenlng of rebruary 18, 1946 lhe program lncluded a mystery comedy entltled, lea at Fourn and used a cast of elght characters A brlef farce comedy called Please rass the cream' Wlth tio characters occupled the center spot on tue even1ng's blll lhe concluding play, lhe Bishob and the Lonvfct , was a serlous drama based on an 1nc1dent from Vlctor Hugo's faxou novel, Les llserables lhere were f1V6 ln the cast ' ' 0 . . O . . . ' ' 0 . Q 0 A Z 5 ' l e I ' I : it . A . ,, c ch . Y' I , ' lx-1,4 .4 ' ' , . . g Charles noltzman, Bonnie Lamphier, Juanita Xearous, George ' , L o . 0 ft' l . I . A Q .J .L H' 'I' ' V , . ,,.. A " e ' ' ' H ' 1 . . . ,i O ,. . - . ,, ' . 0 . - A at ' 1 I ' Y ' t 1 ., . . o I' M x A . , N . . . 1 L . , ,, U U A ' u .. - - f . -- t. .3 ' 0 O D ECLAMAT ON GROUP fm IQI I l I V55 !5!l!l.l.l ,F U lop xowz wayre Stepp, Nillis Nalker, doy Hackett, Paul Durey Second now Joan Loutsch, nosella wood, Vera Stepp, Charlotte Clark, Jean Clark, marie ulson rayette High School had a busy year in the Deelamatory field Phe Home Contest was held in the high school auditorium the eve nins of January 24, 1946 Paul Durey, Patricia Jean Clark, and Charlotte Clark were the winners in their respective divisions of Uratory, Dramatic and Humorous Declamation. fhese winners all participated in the District Contest of the Iowa State Speech Association which was held in the Fayette high school on March 22 and 23 this year. - 27' R4 AA -5 '. I 1, A , 'ff ' v Te 1 I I A , N K b . YY sy - ,, 4 , 1 ' X I . Y Y Y . :gl - v4 ' , ,. . , O Y, A , . . O . fan MUSIC WA W w XX XM W f x X N Q by FL 'LX fig W Q,+' 1 KMXWX X Q zz f 'N N XX M f Q X A f Xg X 1 Cm M X xxx XX OZ 45 RX RA fi :TJ A X ff!!! LII' Rlchard Pattison Robert Slmmons Richard Paul Waldo Walker CLARINET OUARTET EEK- Sc I-I Janice Erlon, France Lockwool, Rosella food, Vera bteop BRASS OUARTET '-' gr ms 077-7- il + :Q i . x 1 ' , L -,,. .-,,..,:::' kv , , ev ' M! n . S A 1.1, 1 F' 'L ' 555 Q L ,b LA 4 . In . -Y CORNET TRIO Jaldo Valker Rlchard Paul Ni111s walker MADRIGAL Top Row Kenneth dilke, John Fry, Russell Popenhagen, Willis Walker, Valdo Walker Second Row Arla Potter, Charleen Wareham Charlotte Clark, Janie Abel, Rita Fauser, Florence Johnson, Jacquelyn Rowland, Isabelle Johnson BOYS Q UA RTET 'PEEQI fl!-6'-ET Kenneth Wilke, Haldo Walker, Willis Walker, Curtis Potter 9 . - 2 '7 v 1 0 , va Q . , ,, ' J J 'gif 'W' A me .M I I Q 'W , A 4 v Ill I J, ...,-.4.v-- M E 'Q I I r ' , 'A hilt? A I-' mpg! t o GIRLS TRICD I u Jackie Rowland, Janis Abel, Isabelle Johnson. GIRLS SEXTET Jacxie Rowland, Jaunlta Yearous, Teressa brlon, helen Knos, Margaret Durey, Isabelle Johnson. I . A ? ii Q 2 'EM -Q Q -4 4 - -- be J fe . K YN . z "' 3 A ij - -- S- inn Ax - .I QPERETTA Top Row: Teressa Erxon, George Durey, Charles Nhickham, Jerold Farrell, Juanlta Yearous, Robert Simmons, Jacquelyn Rowland, Richard Paul, Isabelle Johnson, Kenneth lilke, Arthur Langerman, Herbert Iliff, Leona Ash, Paul Durey, Ramona Paul, Willis lalker Second Row: Clifford Moser, Virginia Darland, Zeta Roberts, Barbara Fauser Dorothy Exman, Luella Weyant, Lois Exman, Frances Carley, Darlene Anfinson, Shirley Carley, Inez Larson, Shirley Gallaher, Curtis Potter, Germaine Chumbley Third Rows Joyce Homewood, Roselle Hood, Janice Brion, Norma Jean Davis, largaret Durey Paul Boleyn, Roy Hackett, James Corkery, Marie Olson, Dora Rhines, Delores Wickham Fourth Bows Robert Matt, Bernice Johnson, lillard Langerman, Charleen John Fry, Rita Pauser, James Orr, Florence Johnson, Eugene Charlotte Clark, William Orr, Miss Rankin Wareham Q Corkery, 'An based on Old Kentucky Garden", an operetta set :Ln the Old South and the music of Stephen Foster, was presented to a large and appreciative audience on the evening of October 25, . 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T , I 'rdf XE' 0 Q ' vb pn O 1 YW , ' '-I T ' ,-, C. 1. . l -. Q E . , 6 Z N . A , A R v H , e T ' A . 'FH' " QLOW: Ch' , , '- ' ' 3 " ' vi ,L 1 ' A 'f V. if ' . . f '1 N' A r I The a capella choir was again the favorite musical organization. TI maui - r 'R' ' ' ' 0 ' f ' ' ' - ' tile C1.r' 3 ar--. r tf' ' A - kj I. ' Sl 4, . 'I ' s ival 1 Q rf ' T s' ' ' 3 or U ' . rev, ' ,. X 3 , v 3 r'1 ' F' '11 .. A , L 4 - LJ 2 ,,i W" 1 'T1-,L-.c1'sP-, A." GI RLS GLEE CLU B M13 Top Row Teressa Erion, Arla Potter, Helen Ynos, Ramona Paul, Margaret Durey, ahirley Gallaher, Rita Pau er, Juanita Yearous, Janice Trion Second ow Charlotte Clark, Charlene lareham, Lois Exman, Lois Chittenden, Varie Olson, Isabelle Johnson, Barbara Fauser, Jacquelyn Qowland Third Row Vera Stepp, Ruth Iliff, Virginia Darland, Janis Abel, Jean Clark, onirley Davis, Florence Johnson, Bernice Johnson. The girls' glee club tackled and mastered two four part a capella numbers--Hmy Task' and HLamps of Eveningn. Two popular selections, HJhite Christmasn and UThere are Such Thingsn, were in the girls' repertoire this year. The glee club sang on the Christmas program, college chapel, Lethodist Church, music festival, music contest, and baccalaureate services. al I . i---- r.. 1 - 1 M ff as J , X311-, - nf MIi-.'T', ' "' ' -se. -. ' gg. ,hw .4 --- - . Q rs.r:5'j!, ,I 'A ' 1 - N, 3: :M . f, .' ,, ,, - 4 ,- " Q J ,- . ' A 0 f ' ..4Q-,'i.f'i'. f - . 4.2 4 , 1 - .Q ' .- rj I I lil . Q mln 14 X , Q Q . 3. A . 4. S . 4.4 o f? n in o .. . . g . il L 0 ' s I BAND I Top Row Isabelle Johnson, Illlard Langerman, Frances Lockwood, Marle Olson, Joan Toutsch, Eugene Corkery, Ruth Iliff, Beverly Iliff, Jean Clark, Relta Mae Sandhagen, Lenore Swartz econd Row: Donald Downlng, Charlotte Clark, Margaret Durey, Charleen dareham, Robert Slmmons, Teressa Brion, Robert Matt, Rosella Jood, Lo1s Roberts, N1ll1s Walker, Arla Potter, John Corkery Thlrd Row Jacquelyn Rowland, Janlce Erion, Norma Jean Dav1s, Lois Chlttenden, Shlrley Davls, Sh1rley Gallaher, Dorothy Wegner, Richard Patt1son, Richard Paul, valdo Yalker, Vera Stepp, Janls Abel, Ramona Paul Always maklng a snappy appearance in the traditional red and white, the band marched at every home football game When the bas'etball season started, a pep band hoped to provlde the splrit and pep for the games The concert band made 1t's flPSt appearance on the Christmas program wlth approprlate muS1C At the muslc festlval they came through 1n a beautlful style with thelr contest pleces nTeddy Bear's PlCHlCH and Old Vienna Y ,Q 2 2 l M.-.ex ' , ' ff A 2 'I V , f I i if ' -f. 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S 4.-,,.f-1 X X-v 5,-,,,i "1- '-- ""f' " GRADE OPERETTA A grade operetta, nwho Stole The Tarts', was presented on Tuesday evening, March 12, to a capacity crowd Every child from the k1ndergarten through the fourth grade was included ln th1S the largestproduction of the year The story was set 1n the royal gardens of the King and Queen of Hearts where the queen was planning a suprlse party for the K1ng's birthday when the tarts were stolen All merrlment halted while vestigated the mystery A Jury and deputy squad of Goose Land folk are called in and when the guilty party is dlscovered to be none other than the Jack O'Hearts The operetta was directed by Mrs samuel on, Mrs Durey, V183 Solomon, Iiss Klaus, Nrs Duffleld, and M138 Rankln King Cole, acting as judge, and Chief Detective Jack Horner in- EI GH Ti ,QRADEK W M f Top wovs Norbert Anderson, Lillian Byerly, Donald Franks, Louise Frank Donna Iliff, Doris Iliff, Frances Lockwood, Rita Lund, Howard manion, Donna Mae Miller Second How: Esther Norse, Cora Lou Owens, Richard Rederson, Derward Rhines, Relta Mae Sandhagen, Bruce Swomley, Hobart Tann, Charles Yearoue members not included above are: Keith Doughty, Burdell Pierce, Eugene Samek, Beverly lhomas SEVENTH GRADE Top ROW 14, N 13 Darlene Alber, raul Boleyn, James Corkery, John Corkery, Audrey Lrawford, Uonalo naston, Kenneth rry, helen h1ng, Velma Lamphier, nichard mefzger Second now ldella Quandt, Ke1th Chepperd, Sheila Sherman, beverly Swomley, Lols Weyant, Donna VanSickle Member who e pictures are not included are Charles Connor, E1leen roltzran, nubert Mannion, Evelyn Smlth , ,, . .,,,, , ,, ,,. L k4,,,.,,,,- lqi.-r ,-W. ., I? ,,- ,,,,, , AVN Q A A, K .V X l ,v 1 3 . V ' Il .K s ' Ak "" .L f I 59 ' Q C ' 1 ll a M " .2gz'y-graigve '-1 qu -' Q' N :F I, , U "f - :fl e, if - K. 3 S ' 5 2 -2 X l xx 1 V 1 Af D " ' 2 g 'J' 1 ' I 1 A . 1.x . 1 'FJ 'lf w V' ' I 1 " u I . 0 , Q : . Q -F 0 S S 2 . M. ll r D 0 SIXTH GRA Top Row rorrest Bongour, Phyllis Conner, Robert Hackett, Tommy Johnson, Betty Lae Kuhens, Beverly Nading, Marilyn Olson, Leo Payne, Jeanne Rhines, Nancy Sackett rw Second Row Patsey Shaffer, Sturart Sheeley, Marion Jalker, Phyllis Walker, HFTH GRADE rwnwgvwvgpw Top Row Elaine Bergen, Lorna Bergan, Robert Boleyn, Betty Lou Buhman, Lois Ann Corkery, Dean Crawford, Donald Downing, Charlotte Exman, Chester Fish, Marilyn Fry. Second Row Margorie Guyer, Imogene Hanson, Barbara Henry, Valeta King, Virginia Lamphier, Philip Langerman, Galen Mack, Nancy Lee Matt, Norman Olson, Sharon Refshauge Third Row Grace Sanderson, Mary Anne Roberts, Paul Schaffer, Lenore Swartz, Donald Thomas, Jilfred weyant, Carl Nading. Members whose pictures are not included are: Gary Alber, Joanna Blaker. Q li' f'9 is lg Q eta M -1jW,M 'W' Q 1 I It ' i A ui ,,..g:2 A i . A . y , O g N f . U . Patricia Weyant, Emil Potter, Gene Gruver. E-ff U ,, V N, M.. VA , J. 4 . I Q 4 .jf if Q l ' 1 :uf ,I - , if 1 N I . , Y 4 i i O FQURTH GRADE Fw' Top Row: Maxine Cousins, Jean Harlo Davis, Loren Edgeton, Monte Fay, Lillie Fish, Jimmy Green, hargorie Hackett, Jean Holtzman, Betty Iliff, Josephine King Second Row: Robert Lockwood, Jesse Filler, Dennis Olson, Faye Olson, Paulus Quandt, Roy Sandhagen, Yatheiine ahepperd, Gordon Smith, Terry Stevens, Norma Swomley Third Row: Anabel VanSickle, Charles Chase, Beverly Johnson members whose pictures are not included above are Barbara Clough, larilyn Bills THIRD GRADE A-M Top Row: Larry Langerran, Arthur Amos, Donald Boleyn, Donald Crawford, Lanny Dahl, Alden Durfey, Poward Fish, Beverl, Ann Kayser, Iarvin Lamph1er, Terry Mullins. Second Row: Ronald Nading, Leslie Sankey, Jimmy Shaffer, Marcella Swomley, Rosemary Templeman, Eula Lee Weyant, Iva Mae Jilke. Member whose picture is not included above is: Jon Mullins. , 1 1, vin 1 ' . 4 Q 4 f, , R ' ' 70 Q f, I , 'h 4. I I t , 4 1 , gd X l . 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FKRST CSR!-XDE I1 :AXA Top Row Ronald Boots, Stanley amlth, Russell Valker, Albert Martln, Vlctor Crawford, Charles Langerman, Harry Henry, Jerry Pfeiffer, D1ane Olson, Duane Davis Second Row: Dolores Moore, Charlotte Alexander, Darlene Flsh, Patr1c1a Yearous, Judith Maxon, Joan Nefzger, Mary Ellen Durfey, Maxlne Guyer, Linda Lou Dennis, Patricia Holtzman Thlrd Row: Judith Dahl, Susan Refshauge, Lois Bergan SECOND GRADE ,.m"fJ Top Row Charles Goby, Victor Fauser, Leon Sandhagen, Jeanne Holtzman, Joanne Holtzman, Gary Ash, Davis Hllliard, Bobby Johnson, Bobby Udveton, Donna Gray second Row: Paul Richards, Conrad Talcott, Doyle VanSic1le, Jerry xman, Howard Qoberts, Cornelius Yearous, Kathryn Stevens, Carolyn Ash, Velna Nehelsen, Annabell F1Sh Third Row Carol Iliff, Carolyn Holtzman, Janlce Pennige , tary hcSweeny, Clyde Nading, Sharrol Fay 4 X 4 4 'Q I Ap: I K A 5 N Q I ta' ,-4 K ' " N . V 1 " s f . 3 E 'f. -' ,X "'f' . I 1 f . -' y ff Y 5 5 , K AL -I , . Q. o 'N . I l I . . 0 . . . f I Q - I 0 f X ' . , V I 4 U -' la, t'J ' 'A 7. 3 VIL! fix 'qv J., V 4 ,, 34 45, 1- , ' 'Q ' x .' W 1 Q Q . Ai .It I, 1 .. ' ' - , . ssl: l ' : . U O ' Q -. Q . . - 1 A . 0 . ,. E A : A S '-, V 0 PRIMARY GRADE! Top Row Larry Smlth, Jerry Burns, Max Gross, Ronald Edgeton, Ruby Couslns, Steven Talcott, Lee Ann Northrup, Lonny Arthur, Billy Joe Finch, Lorralne Boleyn second Row: Judy Agnes Hines, Robert Larvln, Larry Maxon, steven Talcott, Philip Flsh, Lowell Paul Third Row: Mary Lou Buhman, Sandra Graves, Jlmmle VanS1ckle, Patrlcla Chase, Bega Ann Noland, Geraldine Chase, Judy Moore 4 4 A " . Q ,4 Q. 1 'L J f I F 1 .Aki ffrv Q1 Lauretta Quandt, Dale Edgeton, Howard Hilliard, Janice Bennington, Sept Sept Oct. Octe Oct. Oct. Octe Octo Nov. mov. Nov. Deco Dec. Dec. Dec Dec Dec Dec Dec Jan an an 'an an an an an can Jan HIGH LIGHT 1945-1946 School Starts. THAT game at Elkader! Sumner there. Homecoming: Maynard won, darn it! West Union there. Uperetta CHow do you sit down in a hoop skirt?J Postville here. Waukon here. Girl's first game: Randalia there. Woopee! School Carnival. Thanksgiving vacation-- Happy day! First Basketball gamez Elgin here. Hawkeye there, WE WON, 55 to 270 Juniors gave a swell play 'aynard here, we beat 'em Christmas dance Postville there music dept came through with a grand Christmas program West Union here Christmas Vacation starts sack at the grind umner, at Sumner Elgin there Strawberry Point beat here Boys and girls played Hawkeye here Semester tests Uh, my aching head Elkader there Postuille here Home Declam Maynard beat us there Vest Union We beat Stanl ey Jan Feb :eb Feb Feb Feb har MBP Ma I' 11.8. I' f.8I' MBP . Mar apr apr Apr Apr Apr May May Lay Ma 29 12 15 19 22 25 1 11 12 14 19 20 Q22 G23 527 Darn, West Union won. nandalia there, boys and girls Chapel program at the college. We played Llkader here. West Union, there. Waukon there. handalia boys and sectional Tournament--Sumner beat us. We got it--our new school! Grade opperetta--they did a fine job. County Athletic Festival at dest Union. District Speech Contest at hayette. speaking of mad rushes!! More of the same. girls here. vusic Fest'val Anos nearly eloped with a bass pring Concert rreliminary iusic Monte t at lkader Sumner here first baseball game Senior day at U I I tore fun' Independence for State Lusic Contest Senior Class Play NA Case of Springtime Juniox Senior Banquet Thank's Juniors Sumner there Baccalaureate at L E Church nev Schliepsiek spoke Graduation I still can't believe it' . 13 k ' . L. 1. U. n 1 . . 14 ' . ' ' ' 1 o 0 A-Kar o u - . 20 1 ' .5-6 ' ' 'W ' 2 s . A . 8 ' - O 2 1 O I . . 25 . . . O 3 r O 11 O J 4 S . . 26 J . 7 . Z o o us o . . 30 -- J . 12 - ' .N 0 3 " "' J . 16 . ' ' . ' . 8 . J ' 0 5 ' o o J . 22 ' . . . ' . 24 . y 14 ' - ' . 25 . . ' . Jan. 28 County Tournament, at May l7 School's out! A f ff Q iQ, go CQ 11? 'Mi' CONTRIBUTORS Standard Oil Co Harold CBuzzl arle, Station E R Gallaher, Tank Wagon FAYETTE Theatre V E Dahl, Manager Cous1ns'City Service Smith and Smith Coffee Nook Cafe Earle Mullins, Prop Upper Iowa University M O Weaver Rock Crusher, Paul Templeman McLeese Leytze Furniture Store Don Henry Electrical Store larren's Grocery and Market Dr J D Parker Johnson's Coal and Gas Co Tankwagon Schilling Studio lebb Dairy FAYETTE County Leader H Carley Plumbing and Heat1ng Davls Rexall Store Dr Dorman Dentlst Gamble Store Mrs Larson Belle Funeral Home Johnson's Cafe C A Lund Recreatlon Room Bell Brand Farm Supply Fobes'Hatchery Joyce Lumber Company Farmers Supply and Produce L F W11ke Prop Mae's Beauty Shop Chase Brothers Plumblng and Heat1n .atkins Products Bills Place Im Mullens Prop Jalkers Flower shop Baker's 56 to S1 OO State Bank of rayette M110 Schnelder D X Sales G Service Fayette Soy Bean Mill 7 V Clark dgr Texaco Servlce Statlon Iax Shaffer Prop Hal Paul Barber Shop Bob IcC0rm1ck Barber Shop Dr P I Roblnson Optometri t D F Paul Implement John Deere 7abr1sk1e G Zabrlskle Garage Kn1ght's Hardware L B 'tranahan Feed R111 Teddy Vrettas 8 Larion Dennls O J Tokhelm Ildwe t Insurance Agent Fred Iauer Shoe Service Florence Beauty Shop C i Lstrander Produce Q Statlon 0 R L A DeVoe Agent Lysle ooldridge Blacksmith Billv Ish Tavern Fayette Locker J F Grlm Prop Ialtex Lad1ng D X Tankwagon Bell Telephone System 5 00 1 9 0 """' """""""""""' S ' I 0 """""'-"" "' ' - ----- ------------------------ --- 6.00 ---------------------------------------- 6.00 - . ----------- ---- 6.00 - ---------------------------- ---- 6.00 - - - - -------- 6.00 I 1 1173i31733113i1i1ii3 V' Q " """"""""" ""' "" 5 0 ---------------------------- 5.00 0 0 0 -""""- '--"-"-'-'--"'-- -"-'------ 5 0 . ---------.--------- 4.00 V ---------------- ----------------------- 4.00 Y --------------------------------------------- 4.00 ---------------------------------- 4.00 E. . - ' --------------------- 4.00 ' """"""""""'-" ' '-""""' O ' . 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