Fayette High School - Cardinal Yearbook (Fayette, IA)
- Class of 1949
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Text from Pages 1 - 60 of the 1949 volume:
The Senior Class of '49 dedicate this Annual
to Grant Davis. His consistency in work,
friendly and respectful attitude have contributed
to our admiration for him during his twelve years
of service to Fayette Consolidated School.
FAYETTE HIGH SCHOOL FACULTY
MR. MELVIN E. COLBERT, SUPERINTENDENT MR. HERBERT J. HAAS, PRINCIPAL
STANDING: Mr. Haas. Principal, History, World Geography, Psychologyg Mr. Black, Coach, Agriculture.
SEATED: Miss Hahn, Maihematics and Physics, Miss Pierce, Commercial: Mr. Colbert, Superintendent
Government, and Sociology, Mrs. Ransom, Vocal and Instrumental Music: Miss Krmpotich.
Literature, English, Dramatics: Mrs. Reuber, Science, Home Economics.
ANNUAL STAFF .
STANDING George Durey, class editor: Richard Patmison, business manager:
Lillian Byerly, Junior representativeg Lois Jean Langerman, typistg
Waldo Walker. assistant editor.
SEAFED Patricia Clark, editor-in-chief: Miss Pierce, sponsor: Norma Davis.
music editorg Vera Stepp, feature editor: Frances Wegner. society
editor: V. Joan Toutsch, typist.
NOT lN PICTURE: James Bachman. sports editorg Rosella Wood. drama editor.
An industrious. energetic
but slap happy annual staff was
elected on December Z, began
work February 25th and wrap-
ped its masterpiece February
26th. Bragging or complain-
ing? ? ? 'P Unusual isn't it?
Our efforts were stimulated
by the unheated commercial
room and the repulsive odor
of the rubber cement which
completely nauseated us.
Through thick and thin, rain T
and hail, sleet and storm, fog
and wind, we left our warm
hearths and trudged, fVera
rode, to the annual staff meet-
ings, gossiped, argued for
two hours, and the adjourned
to the nook for hot coffee.
Seriously though wvery one
worked hard ----- at ,the last
The Student Council is
proud of its achievement in
handling the various activities.
Mr. Haas has done an excel-
lent job as our advisor by
introducing new issues. Two
of the most beneficial were
the revision of the dance and
party rules and the introduc-
tion of an awards committee.
STANLHNLJ. Mr. Haas, Sponsor: Richard Pattison. John Corkery James Pattison
Harry Lamphier, Jean Kanady, Vera Stepp, Patsy Shaffer Beterly
SEATED: Waldo Walker. President: Reita Mae Sandhagen, Vice President
Joan Toutsch, Secretary-Treasurerg lna Larson, Lois VK eyant Miss
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President. 4: Basketball l-Z-51
Softball l-Z, Band l-Z-5-45
Glee Club l-Z-5-45 One Act Play 5:
Mixed Chorus l-Z-5-43 Trio 5g
Sextette 5-45 Madrigal 41 Dc-clam
Z-53 Clarinel Quartettv 5-45
Annual Staff: Cardinal Capers 5-41
Student Council -l
Treasurer l-45 President Z.,
Baseball l-Z- 5--lg Football Z- 5-4
Baaketball Z- 5-4g Mixed Chorus
Serrelary Zg Vire-President 42
Babeball 5-4: Basketball Z-5--lg
Football Z-5-41 Band l-L-5-4:
Brass Quartette l-Z-5-4, One
Ael Play Z-42 Quartette 41
Mixed Chorus l-Z-5-4.
Madrigal L-45 Student Counrul
4g Annual Staff 4: Trombone
Solo 5-45 Vocal Solo 5-4
LOIS .I EAN LANGERMAN
President lg Secretary 4.
Softball l, Ba:-.ketball 1:
Piano Solo 4: Om- Art Play Zi
Cheerleading Z-53 Annual Staff 4:
Cardinal Capers -l
PATRICIA J. CLARK
Basketball 1: Glee Club l-1-5-43
Mixed Chorus Z-5-43 Band l-Z-5--lp
Solo l-Z-5--li Sextette l-5-41
Trio 5, Cardinal Capers 5-4,
Annual Staff 4: Madrigal Z-4g
Class Play 5-43 One Ad Play 5--lg
Treasurer lg Vice-Pre:-.idx-nl 55
Bas.-hall 1-Z-5-4, Football A-5-4,
Basketball Z- 5-42 Mix:-d Chorus
L- 5-43 Student Council 5, Annual
Glee Club 1-Z-3-4: Mixed Chorus Z-
3-4: Sextette 3: Madrigal Z-4:
Band l-Z-3-4: Clarinet Quartette 13
One Act Play 3: Class Play 3:
Port Byron, Illinois l-Zg Baseball 3-4g
Football 4: Basketball 4
Softball l-Z5 Basketball lg
Glee Club 4: One Act Play 31
Cardinal Capers 4
C. RAYMOND MITTLESTADT
Football Z- 3-43 Class Play 4:
One Act Play Z-4
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' " h' DONALD BLAKER
Basketball Z-3-4: Madrigal Z-4:
Class Play 3: One Act Play Z-4
Glee Club 3
NORMA JEAN DAVIS
Brass Quartette Z-3-45 Glee Club
1-Z-3-4: Sextette Z-3-45 Band
1-2-3-4: Mixed Chorus l-Z- 3-4:
Iowa Falls l-lg Football
Baseball 3-43 Basketball 4:
Mixed Chorus 1-Z-3-4: Declam 3:
Nladrigal Z: One Act Play 1: 4:
Glee Club 3
Quartette 3-4g Mixed Chorus Z-3-4g
Basketball 33 Baseball 3-4
Lamont l-Z3 Baseball 3-4:
Football 4: Basketball 4:
Student Council 4:
INA M. LARSON
Basketball l-Z9 Softball l-Z5
Glee Club 3: Mixed Chorus ig
One Act Play Z: Student Counc
Basketball lp Glee Club 1-Z-3-43
Mixed Chorus 1-Z-3-4: Band l-Z,
Piano Solo 3-4: One Act Play Z3
Class Play 3: Declam 1-43 Office 4
LLOYD BERNARD PATTISON
Lamont 1-Z: Baseball 3-49
GEORGE SANK EY
Basketball l-Z-3, Softball l-Z,
Band 33 Glee Club 52
Mxxed Chorus 3. Class Play 5
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V. JOAN TOUTSCH
Secretary 3: Principals' Secretary
3-4: Band I-4: Mixed Chorus 3-45
Glee Club Z-4: Class Play 3: Declam
l-Z3 Student Council 3-4: Annual Staff
Brass Quartette 1-Z-3-4: Trumpet
President 3: Football Z-3-4: Class
Play 33 One Act Play l-Z-3-4:
Basketball Z-3-4: Baseball Z-3-4:
Band 1-Z-3-4: Madrigal Z-4: Mixed
Chorus l-Z-3-4: Quartette 1-Z-3-4:
Solo l-25 Vocal Solo l-Z-3-45
Annual Staff 43 Student Council 3-4
Treasurer 3: Basketball 1-2-3g
Softball I-lg Glee Club 33 Office 4:
Mixed Chorus 3: Annual Staffg
Student Council 3
ROS ELLA WOOD
Vice-President li Basketball I-Z
Cheerleading Z-35 Softball lp
Glee Club l-3-4: Mixed Chorus
Z-5-43 Band l-Z-3-4: Clarinet
Quartclte 1-Z-3: Clarinet Solo
l-Z-33 Class Play 5: One Act Play
3-4: Declam l-Z-3-4: Annual Staff
Cardinal Capers 4
CLASS COLORS OLD ROSE AND GRAY CLASS FLOWER WHITE ROSE
CLASS MOTTO-IN OURSELVES OUR FUTURE LIES
We, the illustrious, diligent, conscientious, intelligent, Seniors of '49 bequeath our many talents and
unlimited capacity of knowledge as follows:
To the mediocre Juniors, we leave our good luck, it made us what we are today and it should satisfy
them. We also bequeath our well-known nerve which helped us acquire our brilliant record and our
unusual achievements which will live after us.
To our good friends the Sophomore Class we leave our patience. It will be found useful as the only
means by which they can endure the Juniors.
To the young and unsophisticated Freshmen we leave our little book, "How to tell the teacher," a
pamphlet compiled by us after four years of arduous study.
To the Freshmen to be, we bequeath our valuable sense of humor, without which we should have found
school life painful indeed: we also give, reluctantly but of necessity our mantle of dignity, we realize
they can never fill it out, but, since it is expected of them our advice is "Grin and Wear it."
To our teachers, the faculty of Fayette High School we hereby give, free from all inheritance, luxury,
and income tax our entire store of knowledge. From them it came and to them it should be returned.
We lack space for details but shall simply state that our arguments against final exams, as well as those
for bigger and better holidays, shorter and funnier lectures, not to mention our shortened list of require-
ments for graduation, are of vital importance and should be familiar to every earnest student of education.
I, James Bachman, will my ability to stay home at night, to Charles Yearous who can't seem to follow
this Senior's example.
I, Donald Blaker, will my witticism which is comparable to Bob Hopes' to that schlameel, Dick Pederson.
I, 'Fill-B1'i'Eli?Tv7ill my unique sparkling grin, which gives new life, to all F.H.S. students and especially to
I, Pat Clark, will my gift of gab to Cora Lou Owens so she may become the prize extemporaneous orator.
I, ousins, will my reposed attitude towards life to Windjammer, Ronald Burget, fneed we say
I, Norma Davis, will my ability to be prompt on every occasion, every hour. on the hour, to Karen Heck,
who just makes it--on the second.
I, Velma Dickinson, will my sane, sensible ideas for Donna "Scatterbrain" Moellering.
To the laziest member of the Senior Class to be, Bruce Bowersox, I, George Durey bequeath my ambition,
which if combined witl. the laziness previously mentioned, it will result in normal activity.
I, Janice Erion, will my ability to stay in school on Skip Day to "Dopey" Doughty who has Skip Day every
I. Ardella Fish, will my liking for good, clean fun, to Shirley Durey, who doesn't go in for that sort of
I, Beulah Green, will my experiences in Dubuque to the Iliff twins, there's plenty of men for both of them
I, Robert Hall, will my outside layer of excess fat to Don fGobblerl Franks.
I, Lois Jean Langerman, will my smile to June Wardell so she can be a model for Colgate Toothpaste too.
I, Ina Larson, leave my vim, vigor and vitality fand the secret bottle of vitamins, to the whole Junior Class,
wlHai been struck by the atomic bomb yet.
I, Ray Mittlestadt, will my cast-iron stomach to Sheila Sherman, who never consumes anything stronger
I, Clifford Moser, will my ability to go steady to Reita Mae Sandhagen whose fatal charm isn't as deadly as
I, Roger Lund, will my tall tales to Honest Abe Byerly.
I, Marie Ulsen, will my back table conferences to Rita Lund, who if she follows my technique will have
I, Bernard Pattison, will my stubborn hair and a comb to Charlie fwell-groomed, Stearns.
I, James Pattison will my lumbering gait to Frances Lockwood, that gal with the graceful walk.
I, George Sankey, will my various assortment of equipment, two motor scooters, three cars, movie pro-
jector, workshop, and my friendly attitude toward all, to Bonnie Lamphier.
I, Lorraine Sanderson, will my ability to entrance the men to Beverly Thomas in hopes her luck will change
I, Vera Stepp, will my figure to Esther Morse in hopes she will proportion it correctly.
I, Joan Toutsch, will my secretarial ability to Delores Bachman, who does her legislature work at night
l, Richard Pattison, will my melodious voice to Bobby Tann, aspiring young prima donna of F.H.S.
I, ill my basketball ability to Galen Mack who will be an All-State prospect in 1953.
I, F-?fxTc?e'sTQ'ner, will my coughs and sneezes to Jean Kanady, who hasn't been sprayed recently with DDT
I, W'5-dT'will my first and last diamond to that fasinating Junior girl, Louise Franks.
The other day as I was sitting before the fire with my wife I glanced through
a scrap book which contained news of the Class of Nineteen Forty-Nine at
Fayette High School. Here are some of the items that met glance.
Pineridge, Arkansas October 7, 1987
Waldo Walker, local farmer, was released today from the hospital where he has
been recovering from injuries suffered when his still exploded.
Garden City, Kansas August 3, 1967
A woman who identified herself as Norma Davis was picked up here as she was-
hitch-hiking toward St. Joseph, Missouri. She was booked on an open charge.
Houston, Texas July 6, 1984
Today another attempt at reaching past the stratosphere was made by Major
William C. Bright when he launched his rocket ship "Karol the III" for Mars
where it is rumored Margaret O'Brien, glamorous movie star, has been marooned
New York City, New York April 3, 1973
Arriving on the Queen Mary II today is Madame Marie Olsen the chic French
designer, bringing her stock of the latest spring designs from Paris.
Dallas, Texas November 21, 1963
President Lorraine Sanderson of the Texas Oil Company reported production
figures up over eighty-two per cent from last year.
Reno, Nevada August 4, 1974
Ina Larson, the former Mrs. James M. Bachman, was granted a divorce here
yesterday, Grounds were listed as gambling and unfaithfulness. She was
Bachman's eighth wife. 4
Special Wire u Madison Square Garden, New York
PAT CLARK WINS WOMANS HEAVYWEIGHT WRESTLING CHAMPIONSHIP
New York City, New York REAL-ESTATES TRANSFERS
The Diamond Horseshoe Club to Beulah Green from Billy Rose.
Chicago, Illinois October 8, 1984
Sale of a thousand head of registered Shorthorns was reported here this morning.
Sellers were listed as Misses Rosella Wood and Janice Erion, spinster farmers.
New York City, New York December 20, 1973
Joan Toutsch, star of the Broadway hit, "Come Home to Daddy," introduced the
new hit song, "I Can't Wait to be Married" at the Show Boat Club here last night.
San Francisco, California November 24, 1973
Dr. James B. Pattison, noted physicist, gave the first of a series of lectures on
atomic power here last night. He has been employed by the government to do
advanced research on atomic energy. H
Washington D. C. December 8, 1984
L. Bernard Pattison, Ambassador to Russia, returned to the U. S. by plane last
night from Moscow. lt is thought that he may become Secretary of State under the
Rochester, Minnesota January 4, 1987
Dr. V. A. Stepp was appointed today to the position of resident surgeon at the
Mayo Clinic. Her predecessor was the late Dr. Post A. Mortum.
Willow Run, Michigan December Z3, 1987
The President and owner of the Klunker-Eight Corporation, Donald Blaker,
welcomed the eighteenth thousand car to fall off his assembly line.
Atlantic City, New Jersey .June 14, 1959
After a heated contest Miss Ardella Fish was chosen "Miss America of I959."
Fayette, Iowa August 9, 1959
Mr. George Durey was employed as instructor in Mathematics for the Fayette
Consolidated School by the Board of Education.
Joliet, Illinois August 5, 1978
Peace and tranquillity at the Illinois State Penitentiary once again reigns after the
first attempted prison break in over a year was foiled by Warden Frances Wegner
Fort Leavenworth, Kansas April 20, 1985
Major General Clifford D. Moser was assigned to the General Staff and Command
School here for further instruction before he takes General MacArthur's position.
St. Louis, Missouri November 4, 1962.
Robert Hall has been selected to go to Berlin to represent the U. S. in the ninety
meter dash at the Olvmpics there in August.
Indianapolis, Indiana July 8, 1967
The annual speed classic here came to an end for another this afternoon. The
winner was the noted auto racer, Richard Pattison, who has won the cup for the
past two years.
Seattle, Washington November 4, 1960
Today the grand opening of Eleanor's fish market was celebrated with a fish and
chips dinner. The Master of Ceremonies was the owner, Eleanor Cousins.
Iowa City, Iowa July ZZ, 1968
Miss Velma Dickinson was among the graduates who received L.L.D. degrees
from the Law School here yesterday.
Waterloo, Iowa July 8, 1958
Lois Langerman, was given away in marriage by her father to C. Raymond
Mittlestadt at Trinity Church here this morning. Ray's children by a previous
marriage served as flower girls.
Lame Duck, Minnesota .Tune 5, 1963
Roger Lund today pitched his 180th game for the Folger-Coffee Drips against the
Long Horn Cheeses. .
New York City, New York October 14, 1989
George Sankey today started his 18th successful season as manager of
Metropolitan Opera House.
Lr-one' Anfinson, Delores Bachman, Ronald Burgf-I, Lillian Byerly, Keith Doughty. Shirlvy Durey. Donald
Franks, Louise Franks, Donna lhff, Doris Iliff, Jean Kanady. Bonnie Lamphivr. Frances Lockwood,
Rita Lund. Donna blioellering. Esther Morse. Cora Lou Owen, Dich Pederson. Rf-ita Sandhagcn, Charles
Stearns, Bobby Tann, Bc-vvrly Thomas, June Ward:-ll. Those whose pictures worm- not available are,
Charls-s Yearous, Bruce Bows-rsox, Karvn Heck.
Darlene' Alber. Paul Boleyn. Kathleen Brown. James Corkc-ry. John Corkery. Eileen Hollzman, Helen King.,
Mable Lamphler, Velma Lamphier, Junior Landas, Ted Metcalf. Richard Ne-fzger. Richard Poor. ldella
Quandt, Keith Shepard, Sheila Sherman. Evelyn Smilh, Br-ve-rly Suomlf-y, Brucr Swomley. Donna Van Sickle-
Lois We-yant, Kenneth Fry. Cletus Pierce, No! in Picturvg .Iarlue Lamphier.
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Jeane Ash, Ronald Bantz, Phyllis Connor. Larry Davis, Jo Ann Durey, Karole Ann Hanson, Jean
Hollingsworth, Tommy Johnson, Betty May Kuhens, Harry Lamphier, Bill Leverington, Marilyn Olson,
Patsy Shaffer, Stuart Sheeley, John Stearns, Pat Weyant. Not in picture: Beverly Nading.
These were the Seniors victims on September 13th. Initiation consisted of
eating worms, fspaghetti and mustard, etc., a mock wedding and other humorous
incidents. The Senior President issued an ultimatum ordering the Freshmen to
give a sesquipedalian speech on bended knee to each Senior.
Robert Boleyn, Emil Potter, Galen Mack, Philip Langerman.
James Bright, Jack Cooper, Paul Shaffer, James Metcalf,
Marilyn Fry, Roxie Mizner, Marjorie Guyer, Norman Olsen.
Betty Lou Buhman, Lois Ann Corkery, Johanna Blaker, Lorna
Bergan, Mary Ann Roberts, Lenore Swartz, Valeta King, Robert
Hackett, Bill Moellering, Donald Thomas, Donald Downing .
Robert Gage, Wilfred Weyant, James Hogan, James Bantz, Forrest
Bonjour, Virginia Lamphier, Imogene Hansen, Grace Sanderson.
Elaine Bergan, Barbara Henry, .loan Boleyn.
TOP ROW: Maxine Cousins, Jean I-Ioltzman, Annette Hollingsworth, Bennie
Zuercher, Gordon Smith, Betty Iliff, Josephine King,
SECOND ROW: Monte Fay, Dennis Olson. Edna Blue, Robert Lockwood, Marjorie
Hackett, Terry Stevens, Patricia Reese, Paulus Quandt.
FRONT ROW: Charles Chase, Jimmy Green, Richard Roberts, Roy Sandhagen,
Faye Olson. Nnrv-na Swomley, Anabel Vansickle.
NOT IN PICTURE: Clair Bentley, Shirley Johnson, Leo Payne. Mary Beth
Lf3mPhiPr' Katherine Shcpperd.
TGP ROW: Howard Fish, Joan Bright. Beverly Kayser, Shirley Hall, Leland
Doudney, Leslie Sankey, Larry Langerman, Ronald Nading.
SECOND ROW: Carolyn Barnes, Jesse Miller, Jackie Mullins, Terry Mullins,
Inus Van Brocklin, Iva Mae Wilke, Lanny Dahl, Jimmy Shaffer.
FRONT ROW: Donald Boleyn, Marcella Swomley, Beverly Johnson, Barbara Clough,
Joan Curtis, Eula Weyant. Lois Gage, Lloyd Zell.
NOT IN PICTURE: Rosemary Templeman, Lilly Fish, Darlene Marquette.
TOP ROW: Mary McSweeney, Maureen Heth, Carolyn Holtzman, Darlene
Van Brocklin, Verna Nf-hlsen, Marvin Lamphier, Janice Henniges
Robert Johnson, Aldin Durfey, Howard Roberts.
SECOND ROW: Carolyn Ash, Marilyn Bright, David Reese, Janet Cooper,
Kathryn Stevens, Victor Fauser, Paul Richards. Billy Richards,
Kenneth Martin, Conrad Talcott.
FRONT ROW: Carol Iliff. Donna Gray, Sharroll Fay, Mardell Keefer, Joanne
Holtzman, Jeanne Holtzman, Doyle Van Sickle, Leon Sandhagen,
TOP ROW: Duane Davis, Jack Bright, Stanley Smith, Maxine Guyer,
Joan Ash, Gerald Pfeiffer, Annabell Fish, Barbara Reese.
SECOND ROW: Delores Moore, Patrigia Holtzman, Judy Maxson, Wilma
Leverington, Judy Dahl, Harry Henry, Charles Langerman
Albert Martin, Dennis Dummermuth, Darlene Fish.
FRONT ROW: Mary Durfey, Lyle Miller, Keith Clough. Shirley Nefzger,
Linda Dennis, Charlette Alexander, Diane Olson. Betty
Pattison, Lois Bergan, Jerry Howard.
TOP ROW: Steven Talcott, Lonny Arthur, Bobby Marvin, Michael Shrier,
Janis Bennington, Coleen Monnahan, Jerry Burns, Lauretta
Quandt, Jackie Van Brooklin, Carolyn Bright.
SECOND ROW: Max Gross, Billy Finch, Judy Moore, Allie Monnahan, Mary
Buhman, Beja Noland, Marjorie Smith, Patricia Chase.
FRONT ROW: Jimmy Van Sickle, Leo Gage, Donna Heth, Lorraine Boleyn,
Wanda Tope, Lowell Paul, Ruby Cousins.
NOT IN PICTURE: Dale Wilson, Day Lee Stringer, Larry Maxson.
TOP ROW: Billy Shaffer, Lloyd Iliff, Alnathen Blue, James Davis. Jerald
Brown. David Allen Jellings, Marvin Smith.
SECOND ROW: Lester VanBrocklin, Donald Gray, Nicky Toutsch, Arnold Burns,
Barbara Nading, David Dennis, Janet Bantz., Gary Stringer.
FRONT ROW: Gloria Alber, Marlin Weyant, Bonnie Olson. Kippy Knight, Alfred
Hansen, Dennis Maurer, Marjorie Downing.
NOT l.N PICTURE: Denise Borland, Becky Maxson, Phillip
TOP ROW: Ronald Clough, Ronald Wegner, Joe Pfeiffer, Merlin Roberts,
Kathleen Lambert, Kathryn Schaffer, Patricia Fish.
SECOND ROW: Marylea Fobes, Judy Alexander, Dennis Moore, Cora VanSickle
Dorothy Burget, Duane Voshell, David Butts, Roger Earle.
FRONT ROW: Vivian Alexander, Wanda Gage, Elaine Kuhens, Sharon Blaker,
Kay Van Sickle, Billy Bergen, Carol Lamphier.
Don Basart, Nancy Black, Michael
Thomas, Michael Smith, Carol
Dahlquist, Sharleen Mullins, Norman
Zober, Marlene Ash, Kaye Campbell.
Delbert Pattison, Garry Nading,
Dwight Durfey, Mary Bergan, Douglas
Fay, Ronny Lee Trudo, Judy Holtzman,
David Burget, Michael Schneider,
Lavonne Johnson, Keith Blue, Gary
Yates, Loel Gross, Paul Wegner.
Marilyn Johnson, Dale Alexander,
Sheryle Noblei, Lois Bennington,
Ronald Webb, Sandra Stewart.
STANDING: Mrs. Charoltte Fogle, Fourth Grade, Mrs, Grace Stirk, Eighth Grade, Miss Ruth Hillson,
First Grade, Mrs. Helene Bellis, Kindergarten.
SEATED: Mrs. Beth Shelley, Sixth Grade, Miss Viola Caldwell, Seventh Grade. Mrs. Donna Broadbent.
Fifth Grade, Miss Norma Kimpston, Third Grade, Miss Dora Druger, Second Grade.
TOP ROW: Delores Bachman, Shirley Durey, Jeane
Ash, Donna Iliff, Beulah Green, Janice
Erion, Norma Davis, Doris Iliff, Donna
Moellering, Karole Hanson, Lillian Byerly,
Jo Ann Durey, Vera Stepp.
FRONT ROW: Betty Mae Kuhens, Sheila Sherman, Beverly
Nading, Patricia Clark, Frances Lockwood,
Mrs. Margaret Ransom, director. Rita Lund,
Marie Olsen. ldella Quandt, Leone Anfinson,
Cora Lou Owen.
NOT IN PICTURE: Karen Heck, Rosella Wood.
TOP ROW: Charles Yearous, tenor: Richard Pattison,
tenor and trombone: Waldo Walker,
baritone: George Durey, bass: Donald
SECOND ROW: Lois Jean Langerman, piano: Marie Olsen,
piano: Janice Erion, mezzo: Donna
'RONT ROW: Karolc- Hanson, alto: Patricia Clark.
soprano, Beverly Nading, soprano: Shirley
Durey, soprano: Jo Ann Durey, alto: Jeane
TOP ROW: Donald Balker, James Bachman, George
Durey, Clifford Moser, Waldo Walker,
Ted Metcalf. John Corkery, Richard
Pattison, Charles Yearous, Bruce Swomley
SECOND ROW: Betty Mae Kuhens, Patricia Clark, Shirley
Durey, Jeane Ash, Janice Brion, Doris
Iliff, Donna Iliff, Norma Davis, Joan
Toutsch, Lillian Byerly, Vera Stepp.
FRONT ROW: Beverly Nading, Frances Lockwood,
Delores Bachman, Rita Lund, Mrs.
Margaret Ransom, director, Donna
Moellering, Marie Olsen. Rosella Wood,
Karole Hanson, Jo Ann Durey.
Left. to Right
Basses: Donald Blakc-r, Waldo Walker.
Tenors: Richard PatI.1son.Charls-:- Yearoufa.
L4-It lo Right
TOP: Tenors: Charlf-ea Yc-arouse. Richard Pattison.
Bass: Waldo Walker, Donald Blake-r.
FRONT' Sopranos: Bm-vc-rly Nading, Pal Clark.
Sf-cond Sopranos: Donna and Doris Iliff.
Aho:-ag Lillian By:-rly. Vora Sf:-pp.
Lefi lo Right '
Sopranos: Beverly Noding. Pal. Clark,
Svrond Sopranoh: Donna and Doris Iliff
Altos: Norma Davis. Vera Sfepp.
Mrs. Margaret Ransom, Director: Marie Olsen, Majoretteg Annette Hollingsworth,
Lois Ann Corkery, Beverly Swomley, Karole Hanson, Jeane Ash, Paulus Quandt, Darlene
Joan Toutsch, Beverly Nading, Idella Quandt, Joan Boleyn, Janice Erion, Maxine Cousins.
Shirley Hall, Norman Olsen, Marjorie Hackett, Lenore Swartz, Norma Davis. Lanny Dahl
Charles Yearous. Richard Pattison.
Rosella Wood, Vera Stepp, Mary Ann Roberts, Rita Lund. Donna Moellering, Larry
Langerman, Patricia Clark, Galen Mack, Donald Downing, Waldo Walker.
Beulah Green, Beverly Thomas, Delores Bachman, Evelyn Smith.
STANDING: Mrs. Margaret Ransom, Director: Annette Hollingsworth, Lois Ann Corkery, Marilyn Fry,
Paulus Quandt. Joanna Blaker.
IN ROWS FROM LEFT TO RIGHT:
Marvin Lamphier, Mary McSweeney, Richard Roberts, Gordon Smith, Donna Gray. Virginia
Lamphier, Joanne Boleyn, Janice Henniges, Patsy Shaffer, Mary Ann Roberts, Imogene
Hanson, Maxine Cousins, Shirley Hall, Norman Olson, Larry Langerman, Kenneth Martin,
Wilferd Weyant, Marjorie Hackett, Sharrol Faye, Lanny Dahl.
BRASS QUART ETTE
LEFT TO RIGHT: Richard Pattison-trombone:
The three one-act plays given this
year were "Submerged," "Gray Bread,"
and "High Window." "Submerged" rated
first in the home contest. "Gray Bread"
rated a second in the home contest and
the county contest.
"SUBMERGED" PLAY CAST
Ray Mittlestadt, Waldo Walker, George Durey, Bruce Bowersox, Richard Pattison,
and Donald Blaker.
"GRAY BREAD" CAST
Patsy Shaffer, Donna Moellering, Pat Clark, and Rosella Wood.
JUNIOR CLASS PLAY
Angelica Goety ............................
Geraldine Joyce .......
Archibald Hoffenflugel ....
James Matson ..........
. . .Rieta Sandhagen
. . . Leone Anfinson
. . . . Dick Pederson
. . . .Ray Mittlestadt
Helga ................... . . .Donna Moellering
Sandra Stone. . . . ..... . . . . .
Western Union Messenger. . .
. . . . Lillian Byerly
. . . .Louise Franks
Commander Stone............. ......Bruce Bowersox
After overcoming many difficulties, the class of '50 presented
on December 8, the farce-comedy, "Act Your Age." It was a
story of two fourteen year old girls who tried to act like Sophisti-
cated ladies and got tangled in a maze of laughs for all. Congrat-
ulations for a good play, Juniors.
DECLAM CONT EST ANT S
Dramatic. . .
Humorous. . . . . . .
Joan T outsch
Homecoming festivities con- HOMECOMING 1949 Friday night we were defeated
sisted of a pep rally, bonfire, by Sumner in a thrilling game.
watermelon feed, and a snake This was followed by an alumni
danceg afterward we crashed dance which was sponsored by
the show. Orchids to Vic Dahl the Student Council.
for the free show and A. R.
Stepp for the free melons.
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THE ROYAL COURT
Highlight of the evening was the crowning of Queen Marie Olsen and King
James Pattison. Attendants were Ray Mittlestadt, Waldo Walker, Bill Bright,
Cliff Moser, Beverly Thomas, Karol Hansen, Rita Lund and Lois Jean Langerman.
THE ROYAL COUPLE SPITIN' SEEDS: HERBIE? ? ?
TOP ROW: Coach Wayne Black, Bob Tann, Roger Lund. Bill Bright. Jim Pattison. Donald Franks.
Waldo Walker. Ray Miltlvstadi.
SECOND ROW: Bernard Pattison. Charles Stearns, Bill Leverington, .lark Laniphin-r. Kenneth Fry,
Kvith Shepard, Richard Pattison.
FRONT ROW: Caplain Clifford Moser, Richard Poor. James Cork:-ry. Charles Yearous. Dwight Davis
Manage! John Cork:-ry.
1 LOVE YOU
JAW BREAKER TOUCHDOWN
Fayette High set a new record for its '48 football season.
Coach Black was faced with the usual problem--shortage of
experienced material. The opening game showed promise and
aroused enthusiasm when the Cardinals defeated Elgin. This
was the only victory during the season, although they dropped
several games by close margins. Total points for the season
were Fayette--43, opponents--215. Clifford Moser was elected
The same situation existed in basketball this year, inadequate
practice, and inexperienced material. The games with Elkader
and Waukon proved to be the most thrilling, each was lost by one
point. Individual scoring was as follows:
James Pattison 86 Waldo Walker 33
James Bachman 68 Richard Pattison 15
Roger Lund 50 Donald Blaker 9
Don Franks 50 Cliff Moser 6
Keith Shepard 40 Bernard Pattison Z
JUNIOR HIGH BASKET BALL
Fayette's future looks brighter, the Junior High had an out-
standing record with twelve wins and four losses. Points averaged
for the Junior High was twenty-nine: their opponents scored
BACK ROW: Keith Shepard, Waldo Walker, Roger Lund, Jim Pattison. Don Franks, Bob Tann, and
FRONT ROW: John Corkery, manager, Richard Pattison. Clifford Moser, Jim Bachman, Dick Neizger
Donald Blaker, and Coach Black.
sEcoND TEAM wonmsas? ? , ,
TWO FOR WALKER UP AND IN
TOP ROW: Richard Pattison, Roger Lund, Bill Bright,
Donald Franks, James Pattison.
SECOND ROW: Manager John Corkery, Waldo Walker,
Richard Nefzger, Bernard Pattison, Robert
Tann, Coach Wayne Black.
FRONT ROW: Keith Shepard, Jim Bachman, Stuart Sheeley
Ronald Burget, Clifford Moser.
Left to Right:
Betty Mae Kuhens,
TOP ROW: Philip Langerman, Bill Moollcring Jim
Bright, Jack Cooper, Paul Shaffer, Galen
Mack, Stuart Sheeley.
FRONT ROW: Dale Fogle, Coach, Monte Faye, Donald
Thomas, Terry Stevens, Wilfred Weyant.
1. Duck!! Z. 'Damsel in distress 3. LEGS!!! 4. Where's Russ 5. Guess What 5. SKIN HEAD 7. T-Shirt
8. Rainbow 9. lpana 10. Gone but not forgotten 11. Laughing Boy IZ. Ballet Russe 13. Pop-corn girl
14. You name it--- 15. My Friend Trigger 16. Soda Jerk 17. lt was so big 18. Sweet Sixteen
19. Naiure Boy 20. Wheel Zl. Dubuque ZZ. So Tired 23. Gibson Girl? ? ? Z4. No Miners Allowed
25. Karums Z6. Forever Marie Z7. Her man Friday ZB.? '? ? ? ? ? ? Z9. Mess Ash 30. Ladies Man
31. Bob's Girl 32. Us-uns 33. Pat Weyant 34. You Feet Too Biglllli
1. Third Grade 49er's fWe haven't changed a bitj Z. Look again!! 3. Powder Your Face with Sunshine
4. She's Engaged, She's Lovely, She uses Bon Ami 5. English Teacher? 7 ? ? ? 6. Cheetah 7. l'm Pooed
8. Teachers Can Be Beautiful!! 9. Grant at Work 10. OH! BABY! 11. Speak to me, Lover!!!
12. And the Ladies Swooned!!!!! 13. Man's man 14. Twin's? ? ? ? 7 15. Silhouettes on the Mississippi!!
16. Buddy, Buddy 17. Veva L'Mour 18. Strawberry Point Deb 19. B.B. Brain 20. Love me. love my Dog
1. Red at work? ? Z. Cliff 3. Glamour Pose 4. Clear Lake 5. Roughriders 6. Which is Which
7. Contemplation 8. Coconuts 9. Bittersweet 10. Totem Pole 11. Ibrush them Z a day
12. Age of Innocence 13. Skip Day 14. Suckers 15. Backbone 16. Grin and Bear it 17. IQ? ?
18. Waitin for Bill 19. Minds at rest ZO. Indecent Exposure Zl. Local Yokel
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CONGRATULATIONS TO THE CLASS OF 1949
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Senior Class Of 1949
Taken in your home Fayette High School
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