Fenton High School - Sentral Yearbook (Fenton, IA)

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1949 - 1950 MEMGRIES Pubhshed by Semors of FENTON HIGH SCHOOL Fenton Iowa Our purpose in pubhshmq thxs annual IS to grve a p1ctured record of our past years m Fenton Hlqh School We hope that as you look over thls annual IH years to come xt w1ll brmq back many pleasant memorles of our school days m Fenton H1c1h Semor Class mylql Staff of Memones Eclrtor ln Chl f Gladys Mueller Assrstant Eolltor Mlldreol Bruhh Busmess Manager Rose Mary Cornelrus Advertlsma Sports Humor Classes Art of Photography Layton Behne Gladys Mueller Mlldred Bruhh Dale Mltchell Dale Mrtchell Floyd Bollmaer Dolores Mansaaer Anna Rae Welsbrod Dolores Mansaaer Dorls Brersteat Beverly Plerce Anna Rae Welsbrocl Ray Cornelrus layne DeWall ll I ll ' -' - 'e ....................... Music ................................ layne Delfvlall E X: E U 7 B 'J -2- 3i3fF':y' l Presldent Secretary Dxrectors Iohn Munc ,ww Fenton Pubhc School School Board h Gerhard Hcxntelmcm Otto Borchcrdt Paul Exqler Dr E W Ruske E H Dreyer FACULTY 4 IN 2 flu FRONT ROW Mxss Darby Mxss Mathson Mrs Halverson Mrs Long Mlss Ruth H111 SECOND ROW Mr Tatum Mr Brownell Mr Knowles Mr Barker Mrs Exgler V I Tatum Supt World Hlstory Socloloqy Government Algebra ll L O Barker Pr1nc1pa1 Typmq Bookkeepxng BUSIHGSS Law BUSIHGSS Arlthrnetlc lnstrumen al Muslc 7th and 8th Spelhnq R Brownell General Math Shop Geometry 7th and 8th Math Athlencs M1ss H111 Home Econormcs I ll Ir Hlgh Home EC B1o1oqy M1ss Darby Enqllshl ll Arnerlcan Luerature Ill IV MUSIC R Knowles Ir l-llqh Physlcs Economlcs General Sclence Mrs Halverson Mrs Long Mrs E1qler Miss Mathson lntermedlate ll lntermed1ate, l Second 61 Th1rd FlfSl Grade 4 ' 9 1 - 9 - 1 - . . , . , . , . , . . . . , . 1 1 1 ' . . , 1 1 1 1 ' - , . -1 1 1 -1 - I , . ., . 1 1 1 1 f ' 1 1 1 - SENIORS SUPERINTENDENT V I TATUM Among our memories we wul always mclude Mr Tatum Supl of Fenton Hlqh Scnool and we w1ll remember the emoyable tlmes he spent wlth us Q LAYTON BEHNE Nlckname Behne Quotatlon Emoy yourself xts later than you thmk' Actxvmes Class Pres 3 Baseballl 2 3 4 Basketballl 2 3 4 Class Play 3 4 qtuder1tCounc1lV Pres 4 Ad V9fl1S11'1q Memor1 s lvhxed Chorus 3 4 Lettermans Club 4 DORIS BIERSTEDT Nxckname Dorls Quotatxon A qoocl beqmmnq makeih a good endmq Favorxte Saymq Oh ya' Actrvmes Class Play 3 4 Home Eco nommcs Club 3 Classes M6mOf1GS 5 ff af? 'f.axJ'v .... 'fflflpx 1.5. 1g . 2 k. . 11 1 . I ' I ' 1 . w . 1 :ss H 1 nriisl HQX. 3 ff, - -ff- , , 11 11 1 , 11 . . 1 M 1 I A - ' .11 ' ' I I I 1 1 1 1 1 1 . 1 I I- - - 1 ' . . 11 . 11 . Q . V 1 1 . 1 1 . . n 11 . 11 . 11 . . , 11 . . . 11 11 -- - 1 1 ' , 11 . 11 , . SENIORS LOYD A BOLLINGER Nrcknarne Flo Quotat1on Errors l1ke straws upon the surface flow He who would search for pearls must drve below Favorlte Saylnq Huh? ACl1V1llG Class Vrce Pres 3 4 Class Play 3 4 Baseballl 2 3 4 MILDRED BRUHN Nrcknarne Mrlly IS to work t to death Favorlte Sayrnq Oh nuts' ACl1Vll19 Glee Club l 2 3 4 Mlxed Chorus 3 4 Class Play 3 4 Sextette 2 Home Economlcs Club 3 ASS1SlGUl Edltor Memorles ' .1 RAY CORNELIUS Nlcknarrve Ray Quotatron Some people thmk that there IS only one thmq worse ln the world than belnq talked about and thats not bemq talked about Favorlte Saymq What does that make me left handed? Act1v1t1es Class Secretary 2 4 Class Plav 4 Basketballl 4 Baseballl 3 4 Art and Photography Memorres Letterman s Club 4 +5 6 P ' ' ' " s: ' . , 9 I D ll 1 I I Quotatlon: The only way to k1ll trme ' i ,,. 29' 33 , , , : ' , 2 , : U , Ss, -ext N . i , 1 - P - 1 I , . , ,, . ,, , , , SENIORS Host: MARY CORNBLIUS Nlckname Rosle Quotauon Walk on wxth hope ln your heart and you ll never walk alone Favonte Saying Whats the matter wlth your head! ACl1V1l1GS Glee Clubl 2 3 4 Band 2 3 4 Pep Band 3 4 Sextette 4 Mlxed Chorus 3 4 Swmq Band 4 Class Play 3 4 Home Economlcs Club Vice Pres 3 Cheerleader 4 Newstaif 3 4 Busmess Mgr of Memorles Band Queen 4 CAROL IAYNE DE WALL N rcknarne lame Quotahon It 1S better not to speak a word at all than to speak more words than we should' Favonte Saymq Oh flddlel ACl1V1l1SS Class Pres 2 Glee Club l 3 4 Band 2 3 4 Home Economlcs Club 3 Pep Band 3 4 Mxxed Chorus 3 4 Class Play 3 4 News Staff 3 4 MUSIC of Memones ll JLORES F MANSAGER Nlcknarne Tootle Quotatlon L1ttle deeds of klndness L1ttle words of love Help to make earth happy llke the heaven above Favonte Saying Not? Actlvltles Class Sec and Treas 1 Glee Club 1 2 3 4 Sextette 4 Pep Band 3 4 Mxxed Chorus 3 4 Carnival Queen 3 Class Play 3 4 Home Eco- nommcs Club Pres 3 Swmq Band 4 Cheerleader 1 2 3 4 News Staff 3 7 SENIORS DALE L MITCHELL N1ckname Mrtch Quotatlon Strrve to keep al1ve that lrttle spark of celestral frre called consc1ence Favorlte Saymq To a certaln extent ACl1V1l19S Class Pres 4 Class Treas 3 Baseball 2 3 4 Basketball l 2 3 4 Class Play 3 4 Student Councxl Pres 4 News Staff 4 Mlxed Chorus Lettermans Club Pres 4 Sports for GLADYS MUELLER Nlckname Glady Ouotatron What people say behlnd your back IS your stardlnq 1n the commuruty Favorite Saymq Really thmk so? Act1v1t1es Class Pres l Class Sec 3 Class Treas 4 Band l 2 3 4 Pep Band 3 Asslstant News Staff Ed 3 Ed1tor 4 Band Queen 3 Student Coun C113 4 Class Play 3 4 Home Eco nornlcs Club 3 Ed1tor1nCh1ef of Mernones Mernorles BEVERLY PIERCE Nrckname "Bev" Quotatron "Is hte worth hvrnq? It depends on the l1ver" Favorxte Saymq "Oh what a l1fe"' ACl1V1l19S 'Glee Club 3, 4, Sextette 3, 4, Solo 4, M1xed Chorus 3, 4, Home Eco- nomrcs Club 3, Class Play 3, 4 -3- Sponsor CLASS OFFICERS Pres1dent Vlce Presldent Treasurer CURRICULUM Amerlcan Llterature Socloloqy Econom1cs Blology Advanced Algebra SENIORS ANNA RAE WEISBROD N rckname Ann1e Ouotatlon Small mlnds talk about people average mmds about events and great mlnds about ldeals Favonfe Saymg Thats for sure ACl1V1l1GS Glee Club 1 2 3 4 Sextette 4 Mlxed Chorus 3 4 Band 2 3 4 Swmq Band 4 Class Play 3 4 Home Econormcs Club H1SlOf1GH 3 News Staff 1 2 4 Humor of Memones Mr Tatum Dale Mltchell Floyd Bollmger Ray Cornel1us Gladys Mueller Bookkeepxng Government Physlcs Typxng CLASS MOTTO Face the sun and the shadows w1ll fall behlnd CLASS FLOWER Yellow Ionqmlls CLASS COLORS Yellow and Whxt x W . I I I l I A 2 I I 1 I L- : ' 1 , : , , 2 ' : , 2 1 6" , , 1 " ' ". 4,2 , V. , wiki Secretary .. A L ., . 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X 9 CLASS HISTORY N1neteen thrrty e1ght was the year when Fenton Publlc School had f1ve brrght l1ttle youngsters 1D the frr t grade lt wasnt long t1l1 they all were accustomed to the ways of school 11fe the ways they would be followmg for the next twelve years The ones that made up the new class were Dons Blerstedt Floyd Bollrnger Gladys Mueller Kathryn Wxllrett and Anna Bae W91SbfOd The second semester we had two more added to our class and somethlng we drdnt have before tw1ns They were Rose Mary and Ray Cornehus We all had as our teacher M1ss Dahl The second year we st1l1 had the same students and M1ss Dahl was our teacher In the thlrd grade we moved to a dlfferent room We were really gettmg b1g now Th1s year we lost Anna Rae Welsbrod and Kathryn Wrllrett who then attended country school We also had a new teacher M1ss Ter Veer The fourth year of our schoo11ng we had M1ss Bratland as our teacher Th1s year we lost Floyd Boll1nger who transferred to paroch1al school to f1n1sh ht grades We also had a new member 1n our class B111 St1gman Four years had now gone by srnce we started school The f1fth year Gladys Mueller and Dons Brerstedt left to attend paroch1al school Mary Lou Norland came to 1o1n our merry class and at the second semester Layton Behne and Darlene Speth also Jomed us In the slxth grade we were promoted to a dlfferent room and we had two teachers M1ss Manus and M1ss Hewxtt Th1s year Mary Lou left us so now we had a class of flve The seventh year our class really 1ncreased We recexved three new members from country school They were Dolores Mansager Iayne DeWall rand Frank Mlenke We also lost Darlene Speth who attended a dlfferent school In our last year of grade school our class rema1ned the same the f1rst semester then Anna Rae We1sbrod Jomed us Our teacher was Mrs Halverson Now we were ready to begm h1gh school as green freshmen We started out w1th a class of seventeen They were Layton Behne Dons P erstedt Floyd Bollrnger Mlldred Bruhn Ray and Rose Mary Cornehus Jayne DeWall Dolores Mansager Dale Mxtchell Gladys Mueller Beverly Plerce Anna Rae Welsbrod Lloyd Boll1nger Carol Lau Frank Mlenke B111 Stlgman and Marhn Wegener The second semester Carol Lau and B111 Stlgman moved away We mustnt forget that we were also mxtrctted In our sophomore year we gained a member and lost a member Barry Metzger attended the f1rst semester and Marlm Wegener left us Now we were Junlors and could look forward to the Iumor Semor Banquet and our f1rst class playl Th1s year we dldnt have Lloyd Boll1nger and the second semester Frank Mlenke left us Our b1g class was slowly d1m1n1sh1ng Semors of 19501 We fmally got there Now we are a class of twelve e1ght grrls and four boys We hope that those that follow us w11l have as many pleasant memorles of Fenton Hlgh School as we have had 10 l . . 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' I CLASS PROPHECY OF 1950 On May 23 in 1975 Just 25 years after we graduated by a mere coincl dence the Seniors of 50 from the blg brlck bulldlng called Fenton High School all happened to meet in Washington D C There to greet us at the White House was the President of the United States Mr Floyd Bollinger He had won the November election by a rnaJor1ty vote over his opponent Mr Domas D Thewey Around him sat 20 beautiful blondes He said they were his secretaries bt t we think we know better Mr President has changed since his high sclrool days but we still found no gray hairs President Bollinger decided we should take a cruise in his yacht the Holy Cow and find out what we were all doing to keep out of mischief The first one to speak up was Layton Behne He said he was working for Paul Bunyon in the Petrified Forest called Hiawatha He claims they have been lumbering a lot of so called hard wood From the sound of things he has succeeded as a great lumber Jack We could hardly recognize Doris as she had such an elaborate hair do She has become a well known hair stylist in New York and at present is employed by the famous television star Kasmin Yhan She said she had left her husband Louis Slitzelmacker at home to take care of their dog Gala With her was her old friend Gladys who looked very t1 ed and wom after 25 years of hard work on a farm near Fenton We had quite a time For a rmnute we thought the yacht was capsizmg but no it was our little Toot1e leaning over the rail You see she has now grown considerably fat She says she owes her thanks to her employer Arland Heimers who bought her so many chocolates while being employed in his office Dale Mitchell was to our surprise running an experimental farm on the island of Romstolh He said he had also attended Hale and Yarvard Colleges after high school for lO years His latest experiment is trying to hatch chickens from egg plants Still the hte of the party was Beverly Pierce She kept us in good humor all through the cruise We found out that she has spent her last 20 years keeping the monkeys in good humor in the famous Bringling Brothers circus Of course she has a singing part in the evening performance also Anna Rae was tanned and attired in a grass skirt We thought she had been an exile on a South Sea island She said she was teaching school in Hawaii Of course on the side lines she S getting one of her books ready for movie production this fall The name of her book is Gone With The Rain Ray had Just come back to the U S from Russia where he has been teaching Molotov how to play baseball In settlng a good example on how to hit a home run he struck the ball with such force that it knocked a hole in the iron curtain This caused such a dust that the entire population of Russia sneezed and blew the iron curtain down after many dark years He was caller' back to the U S to receive the Nobel Peace Prize for this act ll 1 I 1 I I . keeping track of her 13 children which she had brought along with her. CLASS PROPHECY KCONTINUEDD Our only red head Mlldred was sun 1n odds among us She IS the only one now that 1S grey harred I guess that IS due to her womes over her rowdy puplls back ln Fenton Hlgh Belng a woman of strrct prmclples she has qulte a l1I'I'19 keeprng her daughter who wants to be a nxght club smger 1n the Stevens College for grrls only Rose Mary whom we had always thought would be a good busmess woman had surprrsed us by becormng the manager of the world famous baseball team the Cleveland Red Flannels And last but not least 1S our lxttle Iayne d1d I say httle? Jayne 1S now 6 feet tall and IS the star forward on the Map Trotters basketball team com posed of g1rls 6 feet tall and over And to what does she owe thrs hexght? He famous rxch husband IS the owner of a chaln of Wheatles Mrlls and of course she has to set a good example Alter reach1ng shore agarn w1thout any casualtles we parted once more W1Sl'11I1Q each other good luck for another 25 or 50 years ff if mv? 12 I I ' 1 1 I 1 1 1 1 I - I ' I Q rr . H s ,, Y . U 'X . ' 'U we 1 L , 'Af 1-:,l,g:g,- 1 '1 .N--, L.. :'..,1"," QQ. vxji ,' '-'-- . .'3 21? rmlfff 7 .V , ,- ' - S , ,V '. 4,9 ' 'tif SENIOR CLASS WILL OF 50 l am an attorney by profess1on and make a specralty of drawlng class wrlls ln past years so many of the last wrlls of thrs school have been broken the class decrded to h1re an expert who could draw up such a document that 1t would rema1n rntact partway through eternrty L1sten now whrle l read thrs precxous document rn whrch we bestow these grfts from our dylng hlgh school llfe We the Class of 1950 be1ng of sound mlnds rn fact hav1ng well crammed mlnds superhuman understandrng and never fa1l1ng memorles do make and publlsh th1s as our last w1ll and testament Fxrst we dlrect our supermtendent Wllh hrs 1llWlS6 but ever competent faculty who have long been our guardlans to help carry out our last wrshes l To our hlghly respected faculty who have lmparted to us all the wxsdom of the ages we bequeath a sweet success1on of peaceful nrghts and dreamless sleeps No longer need they spend the dreary hours of darkness wondermg whether thelr dear senlor students are pourlng over thelr govern ment books readmg the fasctnatmg thnllmg pages of Amerrcan lrterature or emoymg themselves ln other less educatlonal ways lt rs saxd that ch1ldren IH the f1rst grade are easy to manage-the d1ff1culty 1ncreases as the years go by Durmg our years rn hrgh school we must have been eJoy1ng a second chrldhood as we were often told how qulet and managable we werel We are QOIDQ to try to repay the helpfulness and gu1dance whlch our supermtendent has bestowed upon us and the fnendshlp and companlonshrp whrch our fellow students the lower class men have heaped bountrfully upon us 2 To our superlntendent V I Tatum our hearnest gratltude best wxshes and the unllmrted wealth of our lastlng memorles ln an attempt for all that he has done for us 1n our past we make over to hlm here and now a mortgage -on our future 3 To the remamder of the hlgh school our pat1ence wxth the teachers so they may complete therr hlgh school days wrth as few d1ff1cult1es as we d1d 4 To our succeedmg pep clubs we grant our famous yell YEA BO' Wllh thrs yell we have often encouraged our team and d1scouraqed our opponent It should be used at least once at each game or rt w1ll become rusty and lose 1lS charm The followmg may seem but tr1f1l1ng bequests but we hope they may be accepted not as worthless th1ngs lavmshly thrown away because we can no longer use them but as valuable assets to those who may recerve them and as a contrrt ral remmder of the generoslty of heart dlsplayed ln our free and full bestowal fCOHl1HU9d on next pagel 13 I 1 ' 1 1 1 1 1 I . 1 . ' , . . . 1 ' 1 1 -' 1 1 ' 1 1 - 1 1 1 ' 1 - - 1 1 1 1 1 1 - 1 . 11 11 . , . 1 1 1 1 . k CLASS WILL M1ldred Bruhn W1llS her red ha1r to Mar1lyn Welsbrod so Fenton Hlgh w11l st1ll have a redhead after she leaves Beverly Pxerce w1lls her ablllty to get to bed early taheml to Salome Uthot so she wont always look so trred To Verda Luedtke goes Dorls Brerstedt s abtlrty to study hard tor a test so she wont have to worry about her grades To save Miss Darby from her horrors of the dentxst Gladys Mueller w1lls her ab111ty to get a tooth pulled Anna Rae We1sbrod w1lls her hkrng ot lrterature to Eldora Brerstedt so there wxll be one sublect that Eldora w1ll enloy To Helen Fuhr goes Dolores Mansagers sk1n1ness 'rrd vrce versa Dolores can collect a dlnner from Mr Tatum Dale Mltchell w1lls hrs abrhty to work physrcs problems to Mr Knowles so he wont have such a dlfftcult tlme teachmg tt that Howard w1ll become a more dashlng tlgure Rose Mary Cornellus w1lls her helghth to Mark Frnnestad so that he wont be so unnotlceable among the other boys To Kaye Ruske goes Ray COIHGIIUS 1nterest rn sports so that he w1l1 turn out for baseball and basketball practxce more often Floyd Bollxnger w1lls hrs abrhty to argue to Alvm R1ggert and Ronald Potter so that they can carry on hrs arguments about the varzous baseball teams And to Oscar Sorenson goes Iayne DeWall s quletness for obv1ous reasons x lil I I I , a t I , SO To Howard Bruhn goes Layton Behne's ability to grow a moustache, so I 'Z I tg l s ,9,,ff, 'r 'J J "' N WE THE SENIORS WILL NEVER FORGET Our mrlk pa1ls 5: stools on 1n1t1at1on that wonderful day e boys trrp to see Bob Feller play rn Des Moxnes T e Freshman 6 Sophomore partres T e tune Tootre walked out of Math class T e day ID Home Ec we found ch1ckens 1n our eggs Our grrls trrp to Ft Dodge How bashlul we were 1n Amerlcan Hrstory class because ot whom? The fun we had w1th both class plays Frank Mrenke and h1s my heads made up' Our swell baseball teams but oh that basketball team' All the food we ate dur1ng k1tchen duty How the teachers comphrnented us on our quletness The typewrxter that only M1ldred hked How hard the boys worked for therr tournament trtles e day we had our graduatron prctures taken The grrls slumber party at Dorls Our Iu'11or 61 Senror banquets The day Loure fed us peanuts 1n government class The teachers we have had durlng hlgh school Ray and h1S butch harrcuts Beverly the hte of the party M11dred our only red head Floyd and h1S darllng srdeburns and what was between them Iayne our youngest and llttlest Gladys our l1ttle Happy g1rl Dale and h1S never mussed ha1r ROSIG and her ablhty to get thlngs done Tootre who looks at everythrng on the brrght S1d9 Layton and h1s mustache Anna Rae and her troubles Dons our qulet l1ttle blond Ray and h1s wrse cracks Our eff1c1ent Iamtor and good friend Louxe Our flnal graduatlon days 15- 1 I I Th ' ' ' . h ' . h ' ' . h ' . ' ' . Th ' ' . The dances and skating parties we worked so hard to get. ACTIVITIES September First day of school Started taklnq Bas1c Sktll Tests Trl County Teachers Inst1tute tno school? Sect1Oral Tournaments at Whntemore Grgantzed Student Councll October 26 Contracted for annual November 15 16 SEHIOIS sold advertisement tor annual 18 Iunlor Class Play Uune Madl 23 27 Thanksqlvanq vacatlon December 23 Chnstmas program 23 Chnstmas vacatlon started lanuary 4 School reopened ll Senlors had qraduatron DICIUIGS taken at Mason C1ty 19 20 Semester tests 28 School on Saturday February March Seruors recelved play books High school slcatmq party Semor Class Play tA Lmttle I-loneyl Apnl Musxc contest at Bntt lsmall qroupsl Good Frxday, no school MUSIC Concert at School Gym Mus1c Contest at Amolds Park Iuruor Sen1or Banquet at Esthervtlle May 3 5 Sectxonal Tournaments at Armstrong 19 Senior Tests Baccalaureate Graduation School Closes 16 5 . 12 ' ' ' ' 22 '- ' 24 ' 1 ' 29 ' ' f ' , ' s 2 Pictures taken for annual 16 . , 14 ' 24 ' ' 1 . 7 ' '. 14 ' ' 15 ' 21 ' - ' ' 1, , ' . 18, 21 23 27 IUNIORS CLASS SPONSOR Mr Barker FRONT ROW A1v1n Rlggert Rodger Elmers Kaye Ruske Dean Potter Dale V01gf Arnold Krause Jr James Mxenke SECOND ROW Lavonne Hamzmger Chr1st1na Frxedrlch Mar11yn Sorenson Cath erme Carney Helen Fuhr Juamta Straley Donald DeSart Wayne Boettcher Mr Barker CLASS OFFICERS PRESIDENT Kaye Ruske SECRETARY-Chr1st1nc1 Fnednch VICE PRESIDENT Iuctnltcx More Strcley TREASURER Dcrle Volgt CURRICULUM I AIYIGYICGII Lltercture Home Ec BUSITIGSS Arlthrnetxc :Sf Law Geometry World HISIOYY Typxnq I7 S . I s4 1, ' 9 . Y I Y 7 ., . - v x I ' I 1 ! D Y SOPHOMORES CLASS SPONSOR Mr Brownell FRONT ROW Ronald Potter Maurice Krause Marvm Bolllnger James Meyer Davld Berkland Verle Plerce John Bollinger SECOND ROW Beverly Potratz Marllyn Wexsbrod Verda Luedtke Eldora Bler stedt Delores Haack Salome Uthof Benora Mltchell Mr Brownell CLASC' OFFICERS PRESIDENT-David Berklcmd VICE PRESIDENT-Verdcl Luedtke SECRETARY-TREASURER-Beverly Potrcxtz CURRICULUM English II Shop Home Ec. Business Arithmetic 6. Law World History Geometry I-4-rg FRESHMEN CLASS SPONSOR Mlss Darby FRONT ROW Mark Fmnestad Dean Bell Hugh Carney Robert FT1Edf1Ch Howard Bruhn Wayne Bollmger Lynn Ruske Duane Dreyer Oscar Sorenson SECOND ROW Larry Gade Dorls Mortenson Marllyn Jentz Dorothy DeSart Rose Mary Fuhr Iola Berkland Yvonne Arbogast Llta Barker Delores Fmnestad Mxss Darby CLASS OFFICERS PRESIDENT Delores Elnnestad VICE PRESIDENT Duane Dreyer SECRETARY TREASURER LIICI Barker CURRICULUM McItI'1ernot1c'4 Home Ec General Sclence Enqhsh I Shop X Ia iw ' 1? I I ,. .r 1 '..' ' f' tj... ag, -. ' "RS, 4 .. -,,. ' 'A A u . 'V 'X ' ' , I. - I -I I . . w , in - JUNIOR HIGH DEPARTMENT TEACHER Mr Knowles FRONT ROW Rlchard Hiatt Ronald Mortensen Norma Bleckwenn John Exgler Shxrley DeWa1l Betty Cody and BCSSIC Bollinger SECOND ROW Richard Rombold Raymond Hanson Audra Kae Straley Donna Sahsbury Shlrley Potter Lyle Hansen Lols Voigt Mr Knowles ACTIVITIES Students of our deoartrnent had leadlng parts ln the Chrlstmas Operetta Hansel and Gretel th1s year Throughout the year a phYS1CG1 trammg program has been under way The boys were under the dlrectlon of Mr Knowles and the g1r1s w1th MISS H111 Rlchard Rombold left our class ln March at whxch tune the class held a farewell party for hxm -L +2 Q- 20 E - - A N .CD . Mb wmv INTERMEDIATE II TEACHER Mrs Halverson FRONT ROW Marlene Freyholtz Bllly Jolley Jack Munch Norman Rasmussen Gary Haase Darryl DeSart SECOND ROW Beth Ann Newell Rlchard Bell Ivan Wexsbrod Gerald Rlemers Gary Zumach Judy Dallem Mrs Halverson ACTIVITIES Smce the D1ClUl9 was taken we have three new pup1ls 1n our room They are Ioan Sunde Harvy Myer and Oscar Myer Our Iumor Hxqh basketball team had a number of scheduled qarnes thls year The two boys from our room who play on the team are Bllly Iolley and D1Ck Bell In our art class we decorate our room every month to keep 1n tlme Wlfh the chanqmq seasons At Halloween we had a party at the local park Other act1v1t1es were the Grade Operetta and the Valenhne Party 21 O Qi '1 ' xg Q . .. W Q ., rs ,, -V Tr -. 'lx . . 1 if 4 X. Q ,Q ,.w.. K . X. x fl . .', ' Y Y ! Y , . ' 7 Y 7 I , , . . T41- , . INTERMEDIATE I Thlrd and Fourth Grades TEACHER Mrs Long FRONT ROW Pamela Welsbrod Jane Ruger Sandra Watson Donald Mlenke Jerry Walte Stephen Stoeber Lavonne Cody Brenda Fmnestad Larry Sorenson Arne Rasmussen Evalon Schlel SECOND ROW Donna DeSart Karen Halnzxnger Janxce Stoeber Joan Cushxng Sharon Sabln Kenneth Krause Adnan Arbogast Eumce Hantleman Sharon Hantelman DIXIB Hynes Margo Dallam Dorls Beck Carol Sue Tatum Norma Larson Mrs Long ACTIVITIES Our room pcfrtlclpoied 1n the Gperettcr thxs year C11 Chnstmcxs Urn DGIOFIS Ackerman has Jolned our class SIHCG the pxcture was taken K Aix 22 EQ no SECOND 6. THIRD GRADES TEACHER Mrs Elgler FRONT ROW Barbara Halverson Kathryn Alt Faye Hantelman Martha Flowers Karen Bell Vlrgene Norland Rebecca Householder Mary Allce Rosslter Erlc Rasmussen Mark Bleckwenn SECOND ROW Gary W1dde1 Charles Kern Earl J entz Lynn Menz Roger Schhckel man Sharon Bell Gerald Langerman Gary Bleckwenn Judy Elgler Janet Behne James Gowans Merle Halverson David Fmnestad Mrs Elgler ACTIVITIES S1nce the pxcture was taken Gary Ackerman has Jomed our room We partlclpated 1n the Grade Operetta ln December Other actxvltxes enloyed a lot by the ch1ldren were the Halloween and the Valentine parties We have three boys m the Cub Scouts and thlrteen QIIIS IH the Browmes Aan 4' , 23 I" ' ' ' . ' - -R - - - . .-f . I , - .-f,.f:,.-:.-::u2u:v-:a.-:u.--.- - . 1? 1 I I I ' D ' I 1 1 1 ' 1 1 1 s a , . - 1 9 1 v ' 1 I Y 1 9 n 1 1 x - - . . - . . . . . . . . PRIMARY fry- TEACHER M1ss Mathlson LEFT TO RIGHT Bernard Haase Jerry Freyholtz Terry Tleman Bryan Mortensen Carol Rombold Donald Beck David Hamzxnger Gall Martln Wanda Schhckel man Karen Wexsbord Joe Gowans Gary Olsen was absent at the tlme thls plcture was taken ACTIVITIES Our room partxcxpated m the Grade Operetta at Chrlstrnas tlme Other partles that were emoyed durmq the year were the Halloween and Valentme partles 24 ,,f,. ,, ,, .,. .:f,, . - . 5 K' 'Z' I . -, ., .3 - V , Y W v M ' : , . . 1 , . . y . . !. Y U 5 - , y . I . . STUDENT COUNCIL FRONT ROW L1t,a Barker Audra Kae Straley Dale Mltchell Gladys Mueller Chrxstma Frxedrlch Benora Mltchell SECOND ROW Rlchard Hlatt Marvm Bollmger Duane Dreyer Layton Behne Dale Voxgt OFFICERS VICE PRESIDENT Layton Behne SECRETARY Gladys Mueller TREASURER Christma Friedrich The members of the Student Counc1l were chosen two from each class and the Iuruor Hlqh The OIIICSTS were elected from the Iumor s and Senior s They had their meetmqs every two Weeks on Frlday 25 PRESIDENT , . I , ..,.., .. ....., ...,... . . .t... Dale Mitchell BAND N10 g1.StND FRONT ROW Marllyn Jentz Anna Rae Welsbrod Gladys Mueller Dorothy DeSart ohrlstlna Fr1edr1ch Audra Kae Straley Sharon Elgler Yvonne Arbogast Lxta Barker Jayne DeWall Kathleen Bollmger Jamce Jentz Dorls Jean Mortensen John Elgler D1ck Hlatt Gary Zumach THIRD ROW James Meyer Dav1d Berkland Lynn Ruske Rosemary Fuhr Rose Mary Cornellus Dolores Mansager Verle Pxerce Mr Barker Majorettes Delores Fmnestad Shlrley DeWall The Band under the d1rect1on of Mr Loren O Barker has been gammg new members all the tlme Last Iune we took part in the North Iowa Bcmd Festlval 1n Mason Clty ITIS Kressln was our Queen We also plan on golng agaln thxs Iune Last summer we had our regular Wednesday n1ght concerts In August we played for the celebratlon mn Hlngsted In October we took part in the Northwest Iowa Band Festlval 1n Algona wlth Gladys Mueller as our Queen Th1s Spflflg Rose Mary Cornel1us was our Band Queen ln Mason Clty The Band now has a membership of about 30 and lS stlll mcreasmg Our hrst performance was at the Sen1or Class Play ln March On Apnl 14 we had a concert at the school gym We are all very grateful to Mr Barker tor hls tune and patlence with us 26 K it I ff' 4' l X t R ' 4' I , A , kg N SECOND dow: Benora Mitehell, Billy Jolley, Carol Bierstedt, Marilyn' Weisbrod, PEP BAND NTO 44 BAND FRONT ROW Jayne DeWall BeNora Mltchell Audra Kae Straley John E1g1er Kathleen Bolhnger Carol Blerstedt Marllyn Jentz Marllyn Welsbrod SECOND ROW James Meyer Davld Berkland Yvonne Arbogast Dorothy DeSart eolores Mansager Rose Mary Cornellus Sharon Elgler Dorls Jean Mortensen erle Plerce The Pep Band played at all the home basketball games It wasnt under any speclal dlrectlon but Mr Barker helped us both by playmq and CllI9Cf1l'1Q We hope that the Pep Band next year wlll be able to play for games that take place ln the new gym .fs-Z , Q- N I I 9 9 4, .J A 476,4,gC-,tsl GIRLS SEXTET A LEFT TO RIGHT Beverly P1erce Rose Mary Cornellus Dolores Mansager Beverly Potratz Mar11yn Sorenson Anna Rae Welsbrod M155 Darby Instructor SIX glrls were chosen from the Glrls Glee Club to compose the Sextette Thelr mstructor was Mtss Damy and tl'1e1r accompanlst was lola Berklancl Performances thls year mcluded Sll"1Q1I'lQ tW1ce at the Methodlst Church the Iuruor Class Play the Grade Operetta the Senlor Class Play Muslc Contest ln Aprll at Baccalaureate and Commencement Beverly P1erce also sang a solo at the Grade Operetta 'k i' 'k 28 ' 'iff V 1 ' ' 5 . 1. fi Q . .lr l J , X t 5 X 4 Wwe "3 ' , ni- : , I , 7 7 ' ' 3 ' . . . 1 , I 1 I , . GIRLS GLEE CLUB BACK ROW Dorls Jean Mortenson Beverly POtIatZ Salome Uthof Anna Rae Wexsbrod Yvonne Arbogast Dorothy DeSart M1ss Darby Instructor Iola Berk land Verda Luedtke Marllyn W8lSbYOd Jayne DeWa1l Lavonne Halnzmger Delores Fmnestad FRONT ROW Marxlyn Sorenson Benora Mltchell Beverly Plerce Dolores Mansager Mlldred Bruhn Rose Mary Cornellus Juamta Straley Eldora Blerstedt Marllyn Jentz Lita Barker The Glrls Glee Club lhlS year was under the d1re llO1'1 of MISS Darby our vocal muslc mstructor At the Grade Operetta we helped Wllh the smqmq We also sang at the MUSIC Contest 1n Aprll whlch was held at Amolds Park Iowa Our last performance was at the Graduatlon EXQICISGS Iuamta Mae Straley has been our accompamst 1 A Tiff . 'Xf P Q K ,X qw -, ' c' e Q2 29 1 ,. 'iq , 3. x fra 5 1' A 3 " v ' 4, if X Q . - , ,, nu, Q A ' . l A f B Ml , .. - N 5 , .' y , v is . 1 9 1 . ' ' ! I ! Y I ! 3 v y 1 , ! 1 I ' Y , . . 1 . . A . . N' I . . h u u n I . I I ' MIXED CHORUS FRONT ROW Beverly Plerce Juamta Straley Beverly Potratz Mar1lyn Wexsbrod Llta Barker Mildred Bruhn Rose Mary Cornehus Dolores Mansager Marllyn Jentz Eldora Bxerstedt Marllyn Sorenson Yvonne Arbogast Salome Uthof Verda Luedtke Dorothy DeSart Iola Berk land Anna Rae Welsbrod Benora Mitchell Jayne DeWa11 Dor1s Mortenson THIRD ROW Donald DeSart Layton Behne Dale Mltchell Roger Elmers Dean Potter Kaye Ruske Duane Dreyer Wayne Bolllnger James Meyer Verle Plerce Howard Bruhn Davld Berkland ACTIVITIES The Mlxed Chorus was quxte cz success thxs veor over others years Our performances were at the Grade Operettcr at P T A cmd at the Concert held 1n Apr1l We also entered the MUSIC Contest crt Arnold s Park ln the sprmq At Commencement exerclses the Mlxed Chorus sang Wllh Rose Mary Cornelius and Beverly Pxerce as sololsts 1n the qroup 30- I . . , . 7 D , . . A y ' 1 . a 7 1 1 f ' SECOND ROW: Miss Darby, Instructorg Delores Finnestad, Lavonne Hainzinger, n , 1 I 9 ' 9 ' 1 7 I . 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Y I . y l A 1 I Y Y A , . , . . ., CHEERLEADERS 3 by E, ky, ' 3. - FROM LEFT TO RIGHT Delores Fmnestad Dorothy DeSart Dolores Mansager Rose Mary Cornehus The four cheerleaders were chosen by the assembly from a group of nme g1rls Rose Mary and Dolores are senlors and Dorothy and Delores are freshmen They were present at every game to lead the crowd and g1ve encouragement to the team On the afternoon of each game before school was let out they led the assembly 1n a pep meetmg Thls was Dolores s fourth year of cheerleadlng but the flrst for the olher three glrls In add1t1on to these functlons they prmted a new book o yells for the basketball fans Two of these glrls attended the cheerleadmg cl1n1c m Spencer wheme Bruce Turvold gave some excellent advlce on cheerleadmg Thelr umforms conslsted of blue Wool slacks wlth Whlte blouses and whlte letter swczrters Remember that good old yell Are we gonna beat xv 31 w - 1 y 4 . . . . 1 , . . . . , I fl ,Pu W - X K-L .5 Q db BASEBALL Sill FRONT ROW Oscar Sorenson Larry Gade Bat boys SECOND ROW MHUTICG Krause Marvln Bollmger Duane Dreyer Donald DeSart Dale Mltchell Layton Behne Wayne Boettcherr Ray Cornelxus Kaye Ruske Lynn Ruske Wayne Bollmger Floyd Bollmger James Meyer Davld Berkland BATTING AND FIELDING AVERAGES NAME GP PCT Ray Comelxus Layton Behne Wayne Boettcher Donald DeSart Dale Mitchell NAME Maunce Krause Lynn Ruske Kaye Ruske Wayne Bollmger Marvm Bollmger GP PCT Duane Dreyer 5f 32 , y v 2- 0 A v , 4 1 . -A . I ' . ' , Q ,, r THIRD Row. ME. Br0wne11,.De5n Bell, James Mienke, Dale Voigt, 'ngger Eimersl ' 9 .462 ' ' 8 .144 9 .375 3 .144 8 .355 9 .125 9 .300 ' 3 .l43 ' 9 .267 ' ' 8 .050 9 .200 It Y ti I .. 'A BASKETBALL FRONT ROW Larry Gade Wayne Boetcher Layton Behne Donald DeSart Dale M1tchell Kaye Ruske Maurxce Krause Ray Cornelius SECOND ROW Dean Bell Hugh Carney Robert Fr1edr1ch Wayne Bollmger Roger E1mers Duane Dreyer Dean Potter Lynn Ruske Marvln Bollmger James Meyer Verle Plerce Davld Berkland Oscar Sorensen Coach Rolland Brownell The Fenton Hxgh School baseball team under the gu1dance of Coach Brownell had a very good season thls year The team won nme games and lost one thexr loss was 1n the Sectxonal Toumament The basketball team was not as successful as the baseball team 'lh1S year but they showed deterrmnatlon at every game We wlsh the future teams the best of luck who w1ll be playlng 1n the new gym fl GS' 33 1 l .l A l ' y v 4 1 v Y , , . n . n : r y 1 9 Y I 1 Y 1 7 S ! Y ' , . . . . 1 4 W ' N f 1 ' 5 X. " IUNIOR HIGH BASKETBALL FRONT ROW Gerald Geltzenhauer Lyle Hanson Andrew Roth BACK ROW B111y Roth Donald Prxebe Rlchard Bell Mr Knowles John Elgler Ronald Mortenson Richard Hiatt CHEERLEADERS Venlta Exmers Carol Blerstedt Betty Cody Shlrley DeWall The Iunlor H1-gh Basketball team 'completed qulle a successful season playmq ll games wmnmg seven and losmq four We won two games over Grant and Lone Rock and one over Alqona, Whlttemore Academy and Maple H111 Andrew Roth, Lyle Hanson, and Donald Pr1ebe were outstandmq IH most games Most of the squad w1ll be back next year so we are lookmq forward to a most successful year "W If 34 at ,- A 1 if J ,f R . , , . ' 7 D Y ' 1 7 , . ' 1 ! 9 I ' li-'xl . 1 , . Fenton Fenton Fenton r entor 5 Fenton Fenton Fenton Fento 1 Total Fenton 75 Opponents GH Ol' Fenton Fenton Fenton Fenton Fenton Fenton Fenton Fenton Fenton Fenton Fenton Fenton Fenton BASEBALL SCORES Burt Lon Rock Rmqsted S ttf 11 Whtttemore Academy Seneca Rmqsted Tltonka Seneca Total Polnts AVGTCIJ 111 Def JUII1 43 Z , BASKLTBALL SCORES Grant Rodman Maple H111 Lone Rock Seneca Rlnqsted Seneca Whtttemore Academy Grant Swea Clty Whtttemore Academy Rmqsted Lone 'Stock Rodman Alqona 35 M. 5 .cc S, 9 Q M ff1O . , ' - tv ec mg eff- - S. 3 W -f-1-15 .. ' ,A , V 4 ' W r 10 , -- : 8.1 : 5.1 cry X F t 1' --31 ' -f33 Fenton-Y-V717 ' e 66 fe-57 . ' -26 --25 .. A -43 be-R29 , -39 --'37 . ' ---48 . -f-33 , -f51 e -34 . ' -32 --27 . ....,.., . ,.1,. .. --31 --24 A , ' E53 --'39 , , ' -38 fv37 , . . A A . . . , ' -49 -28 A . , . H-37 Q27 ,, . , -67 -29 , A . . . -43 HOME ECONOMICS CLUB FRONT ROW Marllyn Jentz Beverly Potratz Marilyn Weisbrod BeNora Mitchell Helen Fuhr Delores Haack Delores Fmnestad Lavonne Hamzmger Verda Luedtke Sorenson Juanlta Mae Straley Rosemary Fuhr Catherine Carney Dorthy DeSart Eldora Bxerstedt Salome Uthof Yvonne Arbogast Doris Jean Mortensen OFFICERS Presldent Helen Fuhr VICG President Benora Mitchell Secretary Treasurer Delores Haack I-l1stor1an Delores Haack ACTIVITIES This orqanizahon held a bake sale at the Newel Hardware The comblned proceeds from that and the sale oi Christmas cards was used for the purchase of a chifierobe pinkmq shears and some dishes for the department Tne annual board faculty dinner was prepared and served by these qlrls 36- X ' 3 Q SECOND ROW: Miss Hill, Lita Barker, Iola Berkland, Christina Friedrich, Marilyn LAUGH AND THE WORLD LAUGHS WITH YOU When asked why he was late for school every morn1ng Ray repl1ed Well I had an old blke I was golng to take apart and a strong w1nd come along and dxd 1t for me Then I was goxng to weed the garden and 1t ralned so much 1' drowned the weeds out Now every mornmg I have to WGII at home for awhlle to see lf an earthquake w11l come and shake up my potatoes IAMES Last mght a burglar stuck a gun 1n my s1de and I Just laughted WAYNE Brave Huh? IAMES No Just t1ckl1sh MR BARKER It there are any dumbells please stand up After a long pause Oscar stood up MR BARKER Do you conslder yourself a dumbell'P OSCAR Well not exactly but I hate to see you standmg all alone MISS DARBY Is 1t your ambmon to leave footprlnts on the sands of Mme? ARNOLD No lust now Irr trymg to cover my tracks LITA Arent you com1ng sw1mm1ng'P MARILYN I I can t A moth has been eat1ng my bathmg sult LITA The llttle rascal He must have been on a dlet A passenger ln an alrplane was far up IH the sky when the p1lot began to laugh hysterlcally PASSENGER Whats the Joke? PILOT Im th1nk1ng of what they ll say at the asylum when they f1nd out I have escaped MR BARKER Can you operate a IYDGWTIIGI? MR KNOWLES Yes SIT Iuse the Btblcal system MR BARKER Inever heard of1t MR KNOWLES Seek and ye shall hnd CITY AUNT And what brought you to town Iohn? IOHN Oh well I Jus come to see the s1ghts and I thought that Id call on you f1rst MARK Have any of your chxld hood hopes been reallzed? MR TATUM Yes when mother used to pull my halr I Wlshed that I d1dnt have any Howard Bruhn ran Irantlcally down the ferry sllp and leaped across the water landmg wlth a crash on the eck of the boat Well he sa1d as he p1cked hlmself up I made 11 What s your hurry? asked a deck hand Th1s boats comlng 1n 1 1 11 ' - , . 1 I 11 1 . 11 1 1 1 I 11 1 . . . 1 . . 1 1 11 1 1 11 . . . 11 11 I 11 1 . - - 1 1 . 1 11 11 . I 11 1 11 1 1 1 11 I 11 1 . . . 11 11 1 11 1 , . . I 11 . 1 . 11 . , . 11 I 1, 11 . . , . 11 11 . 1 1 - - 1 1 - 1 1, , 1 . 11 11 11 I 11 . . , 1 , - 1 11 - If I 11 . . , 11 1 . . . 1 . 1 1 11 . 11 I 14 . 1 - . t . 1 1 11 1 1 11 1 1 . A1 11 11 1 . IH V . , , . 1 11 . 1 11 1 11 . , . ,1 1 11 1 11 . 1 1 11 11 1 1 . . 11 11 . 1 11 LAUGH AND THE WORLD LAUGHS WITH YOU Mr Barker had Just f1I'11Sl19Cl gwn g a speech DON Well what do you thtzl of that? DALE That s an efample of one of Mr Barker s two mrnute speeches w1th a two hour vocabulary SPEAKING OE LOVE LAVONNE When I tall I m golrg to fall hard HELEN Well dont tall on your head BORED? After srttmg through one of Mr Knowles classes someone was heard to remark For the I1 st t1me tn my hte I envted my te t They were LAYTON Say Ray would you llke to see a model home? RAY Sure' What ttme ts she through work? MR ATUM Why dld you woke me out of a sound sleep? MRS TA UM The sound was too loud STERN PARENT Young man can you support a Iamrly? TOMMY I only wanted Cath er1ne MR BROWNELL tln manual tram 1ng Classl You hammer nalls l1ke hghtmnq VERLE You mean Im fast? MR BROWNELL No you never stnke twtce ID the same place ' ,fifffh DALE MITC HEI Don t you entoy the honkmg ot a wtld goose? rL YD No I1 1 hes drtvtng le Car leh1n't 'ne MISS DARBY Under what Con a1t1on dld Mllton vrlte Paradtse Lost and Paradtse Regamed? RODGER Alter h mart age he wrote Paradlse L t and when hrs wtfe ded he v ote Paradtse R galned GRUMPY IJII 'DR BOX There Isnt any Qhtpke thts chrcken gravy MP FAUERBY her tt y horse tn horse radtsh erther lxaye you rtmtna General Grant KAYE Cvery SUTDIISGGI Do I? MR KNOWLES Yes he dtdnt shave eltber A travelrng salesman gomg through Fenton stopped to watch a baseball game and began ch ttma wtth one f the Fenton onlooker He nqutred the score and the Fentonle replred They re ahead 26 O The salesman remarked Your gettmg beat pretty bad Oh r o replled the Fen tomte We haven t b en to bat yet BOY Dont you bel1eve 1n the hereafter? I want a klss GIRL What has the hereafter to do wtth a ktss? BOY That s what I rn here after DUANE I-Iave you forgotten that you owe me ftve dollars? LYNN No not yet Gtve rn ttrne and wtll . I , ..,-L. . . , 1: O . t va et . 11, ,I D, b 1 . , I 1 . I' l 1 . ts I . I. , I 11 1 . , ' . . , I os I . I , , .fr . , e- H ,Y 1 ,r ,. ' Nix A. . ' N n tn . f . I n ' . 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FORMER CLASSMATES UydBH Bugg 39 1 ir flfvzi 'Q o o inqer f S .H R i i rnan COOKS AND LOUIE 19 And now may we proudly present to you three of the most useful and frxendly people ln our school Mrs Faureby Mr L I Wersbrod and Mrs Relmers Wlthout them we couldnt DOSS1blY have the healthy and happy qroup of school ch1ldren we have Lou1e as he 1S known by all does more than h1s part to keep our school tldy and clean L1ttle and b1q ahke recelve h1s cheerxe qreetmqs and frlendly hello s when ever you meet hun To our able and eff1c1ent cooks go our thanks for those wonderful hot lunches Th y Just cant be compared to those clumsy old dmner paxls We know you work very hard to try and SGl1SfY the most people and are dolnq very well So, thanks a lot to each of you, from each of us 40 I f ' - l:l'll ' .,,. A 4 ' Q X A 2 ,, 5 f . ' l l R l . . , . . . , . , . 1 . 1 1 1 . . . 1 - . . . 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