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We the Senior Class of 1952 wish to dedicate
this annual to our loving parents. It is because
of their efforts and understanding that we have
been permitted to complete our high school educa-
tion. During our school days they have been a
guiding influence which we shall never forget.
They have shared our disappointments as well as
our happier moments and have continually been
associated with our school activities. It is with
a deep sense of pride that we dedicate our annual
to our parents.
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. . Mary Anne Larson
.... . . Charles Chitty
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. ,lo Ann Nelson
. Allen .Xnclvrsmi
.. 'lilK'llll2l Smith
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DON C. BEGG
Science and lllathemutics
Bachelor ol' Arts
Master of Arts
Colorado State College of Education
MRS. RUSSELL CHITTY
Home Economics, Art, 8: English
Bachelor of Science
Iowa State College
Des Moines, Iowa
MR. A. L. MILLER
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Instrumcutul and Vocal Music
I-Iuchclor of Arts
.luilliurcl School of Music
Board of ucolion
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November 14, 1933
SOLO 1, 2. 3, 4
MIXED CHORUS 3. 4
BASKETBALL 1. 2, 3, 4
BQY5 QUARTET 1. 2, 3, 4
STUDENT COUNCIL 4
MIXED QUARTET 4
CLASS PLAYS 3. 4
BASEBALL 1, 2, 3, 4
CLASS OFFICER 4
ANNUAL STAFF 2. 4
MARY JEAN KAUF MAN
August 14, 1934
MIXED CHORUS 4
GLEE CLUB 1. 2
BAND 1, 2, 3. 4
BASKETBALL 1. 2, 3, 4
CLASS PLAYS 3.4
CLASS OFFICER 1, 2
ANNUAL STAFF 3. 4
STUDENT COUNCIL 2, 3, 4
J 0 ANN NELSON
November 21, 1933
MIXED CHORUS 4
BASKETBALL 1, 2. 3. 4
CLASS OFFICER 4
GLEE CLUB 1, 2
CLASS PLAYS 3. 4
ANNUAL STAFF 1, 4
June 16, 1934
MIXED CHORUS 4
CLASS OFFICER 3
BASKETBALL MANAGER 1 2 3
CLASS PLAYS 3. 4
SPEECH 1, 2. 3, 4
ANNUAL STAFF 4
August 19, 1934
BASEBALL 1. 2, 3, 4
CLASS PLAY 3, 4
ANNUAL STAFF 3, 4
BASKETBALL 1, 2, 3. 4
CLASS OFFICER 4
MARY ANNE LARSON
May 30, 1934
MIXED CHORUS 4
GLEE CLUB 1, 2
BAND 1, 2. 3, 4
BASKETBALL 1, 2. 3, 4
CHEERLEADER 1, 4
CLASS PLAY 3, 4
CLASS OFFICER 2. 3
ANNUAL STAFF 4
STUDENT COUNCIL 4
July 19, 1934
CHEERLEADER 2. 3
ANNUAL STAFF 3, 4
CLASS OFFICER 1. 2. 3
CLASS PLAY 3. 4
STUDENT COUNCIL 4
.I unc 9, 1933
CLASS PLAYS 3. 4
ANNUAL STAFF 4
June 9, 1933
GLEE CLUB 3
CLASS PLAY 3. 4
MIXED CHORUS 3
ANNUAL STAFF 4
April 15, 1934
BASKETBALL 1, 2, 3.
MIXED CHORUS 3, 4
BAND 1. 2, 3. 4
CLASS PLAY 3. 4
ANNUAL STAFF 1. 2.
BRASS SEXTET 4
BASEBALL 1, 2, 3, 4
Bovs QUARTET 3, 4
SPEECH 1, 2, 3, 4
STUDENT COUNCIL 3
CLASS OFFICER 1
President ......................... Allen Anderson
Vice-president .... . Charles Chltty
Sec-Treas ..... .................. J o Ann Nelson
It is not the galeg but the set of the sail that
determines the way we go
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Processional . .. .................... .. Mrs. Miller
Invocation ............. .... I Jr. Swihart
Solo-"Into The Night" . Gay I-Iuhn
Introduction of Speaker .... ......... N lr. Begg
Address ................... .. Reverend Ransom
Solo--"Tl1e I.ord's Prayer" . .. . .. Allen' Anderson
Benediction .............. .. Dr. Swihart
Recessional .... Mrs. Miller
Processional ............. Mrs. Miller
Invocation ..................,.... I-Iev. A. T. Washington
Solo-"You'll Never XYalk Alone" .. ....... Dean Handsaker
Introduction of Speaker .................. ..... . .Mr. Begg
.-Xciclressv-J'XYliere Do Xlfe Co From Here" . . . .. -lack Shelley
Music-"God So Loved The XYorld" ..... .. Mixed Chorus
Introduction of Salutatorian ........ ......... IN lr. Begg
Speech of Acceptance hy Salutatorian .... . . . Mary Anne Larson
Introduction of Valedictorian ........ ...... . .Mr. Begg
Speech of Acceptance hy Valedictorian .. .... Thelma Smith
Presentation of Class ................ ............. M r. Begg
Presentation of Diplomas .. .... Mr. Howard Hilhurn
Class Song ............ ........... N lixed Chorus
Benediction . . . . .. Rev. A. T. XYashington
Recessional ........... Mrs. Miller
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On a bright sunny morning in September 1939, twen'ty little cherubs
happy but frightened entered the big brick schoolhouse for our first year
of formal education. They were: Allen Anderson, Charles Chitty, Bobby
Crosser, john Philip Dan'ielson, Robert Peterson, Robert VVise, Beverly
French. Norma johnson, Mary Jean Kaufman, Dorothy Mae Meekin's, Mari-
lyn McNatton', jo Ann Nelson, Thelma Smith, Mary Anne Larson, Katherine
Turner, Florence 'Watt, Mfary VVatt, Martha VVatt, Erma VVood, and Peggy
Cross. Miss Ersland was our first teacher and she gave us a good start. It
was the 18th primary class she had taught here and unfortunately we were
The next year when we returned a new teacher, Miss De Vries awaited
us at the door. There were only lo of us now as Dorothy Mae Meekins,
Peggy Cross an'd Erma XVood moved and Florence lVatt flunked. During
the year Dixie Lee Lunsdale moved in and then out again' the same year
and Mary and Martha Viiatt also moved.
The first semester of our 2nd grade teacher was Miss Peterson and
then Mrs. Sorenson taught us the second semester when Miss Peterson left
to get married. This year we inherited Alice Gluck from the grade ahead
of us and Raymond See moved in. john Philip Danielson and Beverly
French left us for greener pastures.
Due to the death of Mrs. Sorenson's husband, Mrs. Santee, the former
Miss Peterson, who taught the first semester of second grade, returned
to teach us in' third grade. During the year XVilliam I-laastedt moved in and
Viola Borton decided she wanted to try this grade over again.
Wyola Hagen joined us for a time during fourth grade and Miss Marken
was our teacher.
Our new fifth grade teacher was Mrs. Caskey. Bobby Crosser left us
for Cambridge and Florine Borton and Marvel Huff joined our little group
which now numbered fourteen.
Mrs. Caskey returned for our sixth grade year and the only changes
in our gr.ade this year were the addition of Frances Breezley and the sub-
traction of Marilyn McNatton who dropped out because of illness.
The following year we moved across the hall where Mrs. Talbott was
awaiting our arrival. That year Florine Borton left our presence in favor
of Milford and there were eleven of us to continue on to the eighth grade.
Mrs. Talbott was able to stand us one more year, so she continued on as
our teacher. Marvel Huff moved away that year, leaving ten of us to grad-
uate from the eighth grade. They were: Allen Anderson Frances Breezley,
Charles Chitty, Norma johnson, Mary jean Kaufman, Mary Anne Larson,
.Io Ann Nelson, Thelma Smith. Katherie Turner, and Bob VVise.
During the summer, Frances Breezley moved. leaving only nine of
us to enter High School as Green Freshmen. Bobby Hall and Duane Meyer
both joined us an'd dropped out during this year. Bill VVright also joined
us along with his father who was our new superintendent. Our other teach-
ers were Mrs. Stith and Mr. and Mrs. McGinnis.
Ten of us advanced on to the Sophomore class where we enjoyed initia-
ting the green freshmen. In the spring joe XYright, our superintendent left
us and took his son Bill from our class, leaving only nine of us. Mr. Tyler
and Mr'.Hahn finished out the year as superintendent. Mr. and Mrs. McGin-
nis were still here an'd Mrs. Hansen replaced Mrs. Stith.
There were nine of us left to carry on the ,lunior activities. VVe were
joined in mid-year liy Mary and Martha VVatt who returned to our class
after ten' years absence increasing our number to eleven. XVe had all new
teachers, Mr. and Mrs. Forbes, Mrs. Chitty, and Mr. Martin. The highlight
of the year was plannig and giving the Junior-Senior Banquet. Norma
Johnson moved to Nevada at the end of the year but finished out the ear
in F i ' y
Class l-lisfory, continued
There were ten of us who started the final stretch of our education in
the Senior year. Our new teachers were Mr. Begg and Mr. and Mrs. Miller
and Mrs. Chitty returned. Of course the most important event of' the year
was when we received our diplomas. All ten' of us who graduated had start'
ed school together. They were: Allen Anderson, Charles Chitty, Mary jean
Kaufman, Mary Anne Larson, ,lo Ann Nelson, 'l'helm.a Smith, Katherine Tur-
ner, Bob VVise, Mary and Martha VVatt. Although we have had some tough
spots we have also had may happy moments and it will be with mixed emo-
tions that we lxave good old F.H.S.
After lt! long years of being President of Fernald University, Mr. and
Begg decided it was time for a well deserved vacation. Loading their
twelve kids into their five passenger 1949 Ford they set off on the first leg
of their journey which was to take them throughout the universe. As they
traveled toward New York the trip was quite uneventful until Mrs. Begg
suddenly demanded that Mr. Begg turn the car around immediately. She
believed she had seen' a face she recognized. Sure enough, smiling down
from a big billboard, with her now famous Pepsodent smile of beauty, was
JoAnn Nelson, a Fernald alumnus. As they continued on their journey they
saw joAnn's face reappear several times.
After arriving in the big city Mrs. Begg decided she would like a few
new dresses before visiting the planets. They were directed to "Madam
Mabelle's" for the latest in universal designs. Upon entering the store they
were astonished to be confronted by the manager who was none other than
Mabelle Chitty, the former home economics teacher back at F.H.S. After
a lengthy visit Mabelle told them that Mr. an'd Mrs. Miller were also in
New York conducting the Miller Conservatory of Music. After leaving
Mabelle's little fashion shop they went to see the Millers at the music school.
Upon' entering the office they were greeted by a distinguished gentleman
whom they recognized as Mr. Miller. the former coach at Fernald. He was
very glad to see Mr. and Mrs. Begg and their twelve children, and he quickly
called Mrs. Miller who was teaching a voice student. After telling the Mil-
lers about the plans to take a trip throughout the universe Mr. and Mrs.
Begg decided that it was time to leave for the airport.
Upon arrival at the Idlewild Airport, headquarters for the Trans-Planet
Rocketways, the purchased fourteen tickets and were ready to leave. As
they ascended the stair' to the Rocketship they heard a familiar little giggle
and looking up discovered Mary glean Kaufman who was the stewardess. She
told them that she had been with the Rocl-:etways since they were founded
in 1965. She helped them slip on their space suits and they were ready to
take off for the first planet, Mercury. There was a sudden jolt an'd they were
off, gliding through space. As they passed the moon Mr. an'd Mrs. Begg
remininisced about their old courting days when they had spent many hours
studying tha' hall the features of the moon. Now they could see a real
close-up of the earth's satellite.
As they landed on Mercury they were happy to get to stretch their legs
and look around. A big limousine from the travel agency took them for a
trip across the planet. They stopped at a big agricultural university an'd
they were greeted by the head of the Agricultural Department, who was
none other than Charles Chitty. Chuck told them about accepting the posi-
tion' at the University of Mercury after he graduated from Iowa State C01-
Class Prophecy, continued
lege. He was teaching the most up--to-date methods of farming with horses
and hand-plows as they were not as modern as on Earth. It was time to
leave so they bade farewell to Chuck and took off again in the Rocket plane.
Their next stop was on the planet Venus. A guide was showin'g them
around a modern Venus city ad they stopped at a fashion'able modeling agency
where they saw JoAnn Nelson. She had become the highest paid model in
the agency because of her famous smile and f-lashing figure. They had a nice
talk with JoAnn, of course, was entermingled very often with JoAnn's friend-
ly little giggle. Decidig it was time to leave they said good-by to j'oAn'n and
continued on their journey.
'Their next stop was Mars, where they saw a royal pageant in progress.
The parade was beautiful and the new queen's attendants were royally attir-
ed. A murmur spread through the crowd as the newly crowned queen came
into view and proved to be n'one other than Thelma Smith. After Thelma
talked to them for awhile she had to give a speech to her new subjects so
the Begg family decided they would be on their way. Thelma provided
them with a royal escort back to their waiting rocket ship, where they took
off for the planet jupiter.
After arriving on Jupiter, Mr. and Mrs. Begg, being lovers of music,
decded to attend an opera. After purchasing their tickets to the opera house,
they took their seats and sat back to enjoy the music. lVhen the male star
of the show appeared they seemed to recognize the rich, mellowy voice, how-
ever, because of the make-up they could not tell who the singer was Look-
ing on their program they were surprised to learn that it was Allen Ander-
son. Allen had received his preliminary music training back at old F.H.S. and
since has been' with the juperpolitan Opera Company. After the opera was
over they went back-stage and had a nice chat with Allen'. Then after look-
ing over the planet jupiter in Allen's private plane they decided they must
be on' their way.
The next stop was the planet Saturn. As the big space ship approached
the planet there was a sudden crash and t-he big ship lurched uneertainly in
space. It had struck one of the rings surrounding Saturn'. The pilot very
skillfully landed the ship where a mechanics crew rushed out to patch up
the battered ship. Heading the crew, with a wrench in' one hand and an
oil can in the other was Mary Anne Larson. Mary An'ne took time out
from her duties to talk with the Beggs. She told them that while taking
a Home Economics Journalism course she had become interested in mechan-
ics and decided to make that her profession. She had been employed by the
air lines for some time.
After the space ship was repaired they took off for the planet Neptune.
This time the pilot was more careful when' he came to the rings surrounding
the planet and they wer'e off without mishap. As they arrived on the planet
Neptune they noticed that it was less civilized than the other plan'ets. It
was the Arkansas of the Universe. Very intrigued by the backward nature
of the surroun'dings they decided to explore the planet a little more. While
traveling in a very backward section they discovered a little shack perched
on the hillside. Upon further investigation they saw a family of sixteen
living in the shack. They decided they would like to learn more about the
farm life on' Neptune so they went up to the little house. Much to their
surprise they were greeted by Martha Watt. She was glad to see her former
superintendent. She told Mr. and Mrs. Begg that she had married an Iowa
farmer and they had obtained a homestead on Neptune. In the process they
had raised fourteen' kids. Martha invited theBeggs in for supper but they
declined because the space ship was due to leave in a few minutes. They
hurried back to the space port and were on their way.
Class Prophecy, continued
The n'ext stop was Uranus and upon arriving they set out for their cus-
tomary visit of the planet. Since it was Sunday they stopped in a little
country church. Much to their surprise they noticed that the lady leading
the singing was Mary XYatt. After the service they had a nice talk with Mary.
She told them that she had been sent to Hulacadula, Uranus as a missionary.
She was enjoying her work very much and the Begg family were glad to see
that she was happily situated. After leaving Mary they set off for the next
After arriving in Iluto they were cruising around a modern' city taking
in the sites when they heard a familiar voice coming over the car radio. They
recognized the voice as that of Bob XYise, another F.ll.S. graduate. Ile
was broadcasting the baseball game between the Pluto Pirates and the New
York Yankees in the newly organized Universal League. Mr. and Mrs.
Begg and the family decided they would like to see a ball game so they went
out to the park. After seeing the Pluto Pirates trounce the Yankees they
went up to the broadcasting booth to see Bob. Uf course he was happy to
see them and talked with them for some time. After taking a r'adio major
in college he had been employed by U.B.S., the Universal Broadcasting Sys-
tem. Bob told them that Katherine Turner was the owner of the Pluto
Pirates and he took them to the presid'ent's office to see Katherine. She too
was happy to see her former teacher and the four of them had a lengthy talk
reminiscing about the good old days at F.H.S. Katherine told them that
she had mar'ried a baseball player and then had purchased the Pluto Pirates.
Her husband was now managing the team. .Xfter staying for a few more
ball games they discovered that the summer was almost gone and it was
time they were getting back to Fernald for the new school year. So packing
their twelve kids into the Rocket ship for the final lap of their trip, they were
homeward bound, happy to have seen the entire graduating class of 1952.
W Class of
XYe, the Senior class of nineteen hundred fifty two, being of sound mind,
although this has sometimes been questioned, do declare this our last will
and testament. NYG: hereby will our valuable possessions as follows:
Allen's singing ability to .Ray Couser.
The Senior girls' tardiness to the iinderclassmen.
Bob's Nevada dates to Dean--He'll need someone else next year!
.lo Anus giggles to Evelyn.
Katie's boyfriends to Donna Rae
T'helma's friendly attitude towards everyone to janet McBride.
Martha's rough and tough attitude to Elaine.
The Senior' all-night parties to next year's Seniors! I-et's hope they
can stand them!!
Mary Nlean's ability to go steady to Helen VVheelock!
Bob's ability to talk his way out of trouble to the Freshmen boys.
The Seniors' ability to get along with the teachers to all the under-
Chucks height to Sally Lyons.
Katie's tall boyfriend to Marilyn Black.
Mary Anne's interest in the Air Force to Kathryn Kendall.
The Senior's ability to get along to the juniors.
The Seniors' Annual parties to next years Seniors. Have as much fun
as we did.
Class Will, coniinuecl
Katherine and Mary .lean's ability to light the gas stove to M.rs. Chitty.
Don't blow yourself up.
,lo txI1ll'S post forward position to Ardis Schuler.
Katie's initiative to work to johnny lYheelock.
Mary jean and Mary Ann'e's front forward positions to Kay and janet.
Jo Ann"s short curly hair to .Indy Clark.
Mary .lean's wittiness to Marilyn Griffith.
'lo Ann"s dirty saddle shoes to Dona Rae.
The XYatt twins quarreling to the lluhn twins.
Thelma's Saturday night dates to Florence. Make good use of them.
Mary and Martha will all their excess weight to Lois Ann and Lucy
Marv Anne and Mary .leans friendship to the Sophomore girls.
Thelma's ability to give 'l'oni's to Janis MeKim.
Chuek's shyness toward girls to David. He needs it!!
The Senior boys butch haircuts to the Freshmen boys.
Bobs pitching ability to Gerald Hitehings.
The Seniors Literature books to anyone who wants to further their
XVe will all our messy plates to the cooks.
Mary jean's misfortunes in basketball to the opposing teams-if
anyone has to have them.
Allen's pretty shirts to Larry Miller.
Martha's tomboyish ways to Ardis Schuler.
Marys reforming ways to Gay.
Allen's position on the basketball team to Gerald Klonglan. Let's hope
you can fill it as well as he did.
Mary Ann'e's vacations to Gladys.
Chucks bright remarks to Charles Turner.
Katherine's quiet ways to Mary Jean Anderson.
Martha's lack of lipstick to Kay.
Mary's back seat driving to Phyllis.
Allen's good looks to Kelly Haws. As if he needs it.
Bob's position as lst Cornet to Marilyn McNatton.
Katie's Sl1Ol'tl1'CSS to Barbara Cawthon so everyone won't have to look
up to her.
Bob's ability to get the ear' to Mike so he can start going with girls.
Bob's dimples to Dale.
Bob's build to Lee.
The Seniors will their exvess demerits to Mr. Begg so he can distribute
them next year.
Mary Annes Fernald boyfriends to Mary Lou.
Best singer ...........
Most athletic boy
Most athletic girl
Smartest girls ..... .
Smartest boy ......
Most friendly girl
M-ost friendly boy ..
XVittiest boy ......
XfVittiest girl .....
Laziest person ..
Most ambitious .....
Best dressed girl ....
Best dressed boy ....
Biggest smile ....
Biggest bluffer ..
Class Clown .....
Most Bashful .....
Most handsome boy ..
Cutest girl ..........
Best leader .......
Biggest gripers ..
Married first ......
Prettiest hair ........
Biggest flirt tboyj
Biggest flirt tgirll ..
Travels most ......
Biggest feet . . .
Smallest feet ....
Biggest hands ........
Smallest hands .........
Most likely to succeed .
Cioss Wi'lO,S WLC
. ....... ....... ..... A l len .Anderson
jo Ann Nelson
Thelma Smith and Mary Anne Larson
... . .Thelma Smith
.. . . . Allen Anderson
Mary .lean Kaufman
.. . . . . . Chuck Chitty
.. .. . Katherine Turner
. . Mary jean Kaufman
. . . . . Allen Anderson
. . .. Bob XVise
.. . . . . Bob Wise
. . . . Martha VVatt
. . Allen Anderson
. . Charles Chitty
. . .. Mary Watt
,... . .. Chuck Chitty
........ . Chuck Chitty
. Mary -lean Kaufman
.. . . . . . Allen Anderson
.. . . . . .. Thelma Smith
Mary and Martha XVatt
. . . .. Katherine Turner
. . . . Thelma Smith
. . . . . . ,lo Ann Nelson
. . . Mary An'ne Larson
.. . . . . . Chuck Chitty
.. . Katherine Turner
. . . . . . . . Charles Chitty
. . . Mary Anne Larson
On the rainy morning of October 17, 1951 the Senior Class an'd Mr.
and M'rs. Begg journeyed to VVaterloo where we had our pictures taken
at the National Studios.
Upon arriving we were introduced to the photographer and after being
shown' to our dressing rooms, proceeded to do our last minute primping.
After meeting everyone's approval, Mr. Begg was chosen as the first
victim. The boys followed next in line and after final inspection in front
of the mirror the girls took their turn in front of the camera.
After completing arrangements for several tours we went to Bishops
Cafeteria where we ate our lunch.
After our hunger was satisfied we wen't to the john Deere plant.
After several unsuccessful attempts at parking we finally found a certain
place that met the approval of a policeman. lX'e then went into the factory
where wc were introduced to our guides. liach of us received a pair of heavy
steel ,rimmed glasses. lYe the started on our trip through the factory Where
we were shown how they molded iron. the completed parts, the assembly
line, the paint department and the final testing rooms. XVhen we retu1'ned
to the mai office we thaked our guides for their time and interesting explan-
ation and started on the next lap of our tour.
At this time we went to the KXEI. Radio Station. XYe visited the news
room, the record shop, and the broadcasting rooms. XYe also saw the tele-
type machines in action an'd were shown through the different offices.
After leaving the radio station we drove around XVaterloo and then went
to the Steak House where we were served a delicious chicken dinner, the
compliments of the National Studio.
To complete the evening, 21 very full and somewhat tired group wen-t to
the show "A Place in the Sun."
After a very enjoyable day we started home.
Monday, May 12, we Seniors Went to Des Moines for our Skip Day.
Upon' arriving in Des Moines the day began with a trip through the
City Police Station and the jail. Une of the most interesting things we saw
was a trial presided over by Municipal Court .lndge Grund.
Dinner came next and we had a picnic at Grandview Park where we
completely demolished our supply of food. Deciding we needed some exer-
cise, we drove the cars to the Driving Range where we tried our hand at golf.
By this time we were pretty well worn out so we proceeded to find something
more restful. NVQ took a "refreshing" cruise through the city slums, then
returning to the RKO Orpheum Theater, we saw a double feature "My Six
Convicrts' and "Whirlwind.' After considerable debate on how to get to
Riverview Park, we finally reached our destination. lVhile we were there
we had several thrilling rides on the roller-coaster and ferris wheel. VVe
then visited the penny arcade, and various other concessions. After having
a quick ride around the lake in a speed boat we left Riverview Park for
Palmas Drive ln where we ate our evening meal. Having satisfied our hunger,
we drove to the Cool Crest Miniature Golf Course where we made use of
our practice we had obtained in' the afternoon. When the eighteen holes
had been completed, we went to another show. This one was entitled "Mara
Maru" and although a few people slept through it, most of it was very good.
It was midnight when the show was over and after eating once more, this
time at the Town and Country Grill near Ankeny, we started for home. Al-
though we were all very tired by this time, we still agreed that we'd had
the most perfect Skip Day anyone could ever wish for.
On April 30, the Seniors presented the hillbilly comedy, "Hillbilly 1Ved-
din" to an enthusiastic crowd. The cast was as follows:
Paw Belsnickle-the lazy father .................. Charles Chitty
Maw Belsnickle-the demanding mother ....... Katherine Turner
Ceelie Belsnickle---daughter 19 ......... .. Mary jean Kaufman
.. . . . .. Thelma Smith
.. Mary Anne Larson
... . .. Martha XVatt
... . . . Mary 1'Yatt
Bon'nie Mae Belsnickle-daughter 18 ..
Juney Lou Belsnickle-daughter 16
Four Belsnickle-daughter 14 .......
Five Belsnicklevdaughter 13 ........
Six Belsnickle-adaughter 12 ............. ..,. S ally Lyons
Obeey Upschlagera-18 year old neighbor .. Allen Anderson
Chiz Upschlager-Obeey's brother, 17 .... .. Gerald Klonglan
Ronald Maxwell-medical student, 25 .. ........ Bob NN'ise
Lucy Maxwell-Ron'ald's haughty aunt .. jo Ann Nelson
The Reverend-valley's only minister ..... Cav Huhn
Cousin Zeke--relative of Belsnickles . , . .... Ray Couser
STORY OF THF PLAY
Paw Belsnickle is a man with a problem. Rather SIX problems-
in the form of six unmarried daughters. 'luney Lou, his third daughter, is
a pretty girl who wants to marry Homer Upschlager. Since he wants to
marry her at first glimpse the solution may seem simple. But No!! Maw
Belsnickle has decided 'luney Lou cannot be nnarried until Ceelie, a rip:
old nineteen, and Bonnie Mae, the bookworm, are safely married off. She
elects paw to get husbands for them. Paw takes his shotgun off the wall
with a very simple method of procuring the necessary husbands in mind.
lie decides to "wing" them, pick out the buckshot, and have them married
to his daughters belore they know what has happened. Bonnie Mae, how-
ever, declares that method is out of style and balks at the entire idea of
getting married. Ceelie is far more interested in her pet rattlesnakes than
a husband but she is perfectly willing to get married. She is, in fact,
willing to do anything but take a bath. ln the midst of Paw's husband
chasing, Ronald Maxwell, a medical student, and his aunt arrive at the
Belsnickles' mountain cabin. They are touring through the hills and theii
car has broken down. Temporarily they seek shelter at the cabin. Both
Ceelie and Bonnie Mae are attracted to the handsome stranger. Bonnie
Mae keeps her adoration secret. Ceelie, however, demands that Paw cap-
ture Ronald Maxwell for her. She utterly refuses to marry anyone else.
That presents a major problem since Ceelie is the dirtiest, homeliest hill-
billy girl in' the Valley. Paw gets his trusty gun, but, unfortunately, misses
Ronald. Two neighbors tmale and unmarriedj decide that the handsome
stranger loose among the Valley's most attractive girls is a menace they must
do away with. They decide to fake a fend to scare him away. Maw won't
allow Paw to take another shot at Ronald so he, ignorant of the other
plan, also decides to fake a fend and shoot a husband for Ceelie under the
protective curtain of fire. Both sides determine to use poor Ceelie as bait.
lt's all a merry mix-up from there on!! They have a bigger feud than
anyone dreamedg the rattlesnakes escape in the cabin, someone is bitten
tor pretends to bej and Paw finally forces Ronald to the altar with Ceelie.
just in the nick of time Bonnie Mae rescues Ronald, Ceelie finds a husband
who really wants her and it's a happy ending for all concerned.
Ifrunt Row: I-lay Mauser, livelyu hIz11'hoe, Vhyliss Stevens, Bzlrburzl Czm
Cmsby, lhbllllll l7zm'if-lsm1, Kay lluhu, Janet Nlcllricle, Florence XY:1tt, De
thou, Nlurgaret Miller, Helen XX'l1cc-luvk, Mike Kendall. Rack Row: liluiup
unior Class Play
CAST OF CHARACTERS
Minnie Brill-The Honsekeeper ............... Helen'xVheelock
Peters-The Butler ....................... ..... G ay Huhn
Sally King--XVho wants to be a Detective ............ Kay Huhn
String Beane-Sally's Shadow ............ .. Dean Handsacker
Hester Storm-XYho owns Storm Heights . .lanet McBride
Gayla Grande-An Actress ............... .... E laine Crosby
Posy May Purdy-A-Her Colored Maid .. Barbara Cawthon
Crazy Nlell-N-lN'lio roams the hills ...... Donna Danielson
llal Charterisf--A Playwright .... .... ..... IN l ike Kendall
Eli Gandy---'l'he Sheriff ....... ....... R ay Couser
Ned jordan-An Fx-convict .... .... G erald Klonglan'
A Woman of Mystery ....... Florence VVatt
Tanya-The Gypsy Bride .... .... E velyn jarboe
The Ghost of lithau Storm ..... Phyllis Stevens
Stage Manager and Prompter .. Margaret Miller
Lighting and Special liffects Gerald Hitchings
GANG.-XNYAY FOR GHOSTS
The Fernald High School junior Class Play was presented October
31, 1951 in the high school auditorium. The gym was filled to capacity
and the crowd enjoyed the performance.
To Storm Heights, a rambling old mansion on the crest of a cliff- over-
looking the Hudson, comes Sally, accompanied by her admirer, String
Beane, a nervous lad, who believes in giving ghosts plenty of gangway.
She is pursuing a ch-arming young actress, Gayla Grande, to demand of her
why she has broken her engagement to Brother Hal. But Gayla can only
plead a mysterious tragedy in her life, because of which she is on the verge
of a nervous breakdown and has fled for refuge to Storm Heights, with
her colored maid, l'osy May, who has "de galloping creeps on account of
Sally, who has taken a detective correspondence course, soon has her
hands full of detecting. Strom Heights is occupied by the eccentric spinster,
Hester Strom, hei neurotic housekeeper, Minnie Brill, and her appalling but-
ler, the one-eyed Peters. It proves to be haun'ted by a couple of blood-
chilling phantoms: lithan Storm, a violin maker, and his gypsy bride, whom
he murdered in order to entomb her golden voice in' a master-violin.
Junior - Senior Banquet
The theme "Beyond the Blue Horizon" was carried out during the Fer-
nald junior-Senior banquet, which was held Saturday evening, May 10. XVe
were hosts to the ten senior members and high school faculty at the airport
in Des Moines. The occasion being formal, the girls were dressed in beautiful
formals and corsages, and the boys were attired in their best suits and bouton.
nieres. A three-course meal was served in the Cloud room. The menu
Swiss Steak Peas
VVhipped Potatoes fwith gravyj Relish Plate
Tossed Spring Salad
Apple Pie leeffream Beverage
The following program was carried on throughout the meal with Mr.
Begg presiding as toastmaster:
.. Prayer ............................,....... Michael Kendall
VVelcome .. Junior Class President, Janet McBride
Response ..... .. Senior Class President, Allen Anderson
Mixed Quartet .................................... Blue Skies
Solo .... ......... D ean' Handsaker, "Beyond the Blue Horizon"
Duet Mrs. Miller and Elaine Crosby, "Look for the Silver Lining"
Solo .............. Gay Huhn, f'Somewhere Over the Rainbow"
After the dinner the group enjoyed the show "Bells on Their Toes" at
the Des Moin-es Theater.
Our sponsor was Mrs. C-hitty, an'd we wish to thank her and all others
for their wonderful co-operation.
ryn Kendall, Xlilfl
Fr t Ruw' I nie Xlilll Vicht, Klzxrilvn Griffith. Kath
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XlcNz1ttm1, Lee IDZIKHSIHIIIIV, Hack Rmvt Klzlry hm XYisv, Gladys l:illChIlI1l,
ck, 120111111 Kl4illg'lZlIl, licrzllcl Kiitchi
SUPHOMORE CLASS OFFICERS
President .................................... Gerald Klonglan
Vice-president . . . . Gerald Hitchings
Secretary ..... .. Marilyn McNatton
Treasurer ,,,, ...... I ,ee Dadisman
A day most anticipated by both Freshmen and Sophomores was Sep-
tember 2l. On' this day, twelve, very, very green Freshies came hopping
into the schoolhouse and were dressed as the months of the year. The
day began with the Sophomores decorating the Freshmen with an assort-
ment of grease paint and lipstick. The unfortunate underclassmen were
then told what they were to do the remainder of the day.
After having a joyous day of teasing and pestering the Freshmen, the
entire high school and faculty were ready to have the Freshmen perform
before them in the evening. The first great event, an'd probably the most
dreaded, was the paddle line, during which the Freshmen on their hands
and knees were given a "big bang." Following this were many different
performances such as: having an egg shampoo, runn'ing handicap races,
proposing, eating "spiced" sandwiches, eating chocolate pudding without
hands, getting a little shock from an electric battery, and many other most
amusing events. The Sophomores then served lunch with the Freshies
tn'ot green anymore by all meansj certainly enjoyed. The remainder of
the evening was spent by cleaning up the entire mess and then journeying
home after a most joyous time.
FYI H11 lit DNV
Lucv Kffmlall, C
.Xrclis Schuh-r, ,Iucly Clark, llcrmau Ovrhiu. Kcllv llaws,
arlcs rIilll'llCl'. Back Huw: Sally Iymls. l,ari'y Nlillef. ,illlllfi
' iilll, Dah' hlarlwu, llavicl Lascu, Mary -lc:1i1',Xiulcrsm1,hluhuuy Wlicclwck.
I'rcsident ...... ............... . . .Xrflis Schulvr
Yivc I'i'csimlvnt .. . Hari .Xmlwsmi
Secrm-tary ...... . Lucy Kendall
'l'1'm':1s1ircr . ,lauis Xlclxiin
RCiUI'l"I Po Ti
Un' thc evening' of Clctnlmcr 3. 1951. thc l:I'l'Si1IUCIl gave :i return party
f the high scliniil students.
lnstcaal uf the usual party given at thc sclmiml house, we ch-vided to liavc
1 hay riilc. XX? startccl frmu thc scluml hnusc nn our journey. .-Xftcr abiding
hy thc nhl saving, "thc lwngcst wav is thc host wav," wc arrived at nur
clestinatinn, in Huy ll:1mlsakcr's tiuihcr. .Xftcr cveryiimc had climbed uvvr
the fence- wc made our way tu the fireplace. .-XII the tahlc manners were
forgotten as wc- stnncl arnuml thi- tircplacc rnasting and eating wienerg :Uni
marshmallwwsi XYhcn cvcrymic was tlmuigli eating wc started huuie. The
hack wagun' sccinecl tu liavc' miirc than its sharc uf the group. The partx'
Lnderl with chef-rtul "gravel-Imyc's."
Sevenjflw cnc' Groges
Frullt rww Hn-ft tw righty Betty Xxfise, Helen Butcu, IJHIIIIZI Cruslmy.
Ixnrc-11 l"lvn'nV Kzlrcn 'l'z1vlm', Shirley Meyer, Xlznrlcnc Hull.
Zml---Iluzmc XYz1tt, lwrwtlvx g'11lf1CI'S, NUTINII llappcs, f.l!ll'iSC l'icI1t.
:mm XYils1m, Nlirizxm lliulllfil, Alta Curbin, Dirk Kzlufmzm.
Brcl-il:1!yu lrlyllif, Rex Sclmlcr, Rmmic XYv11x'c, I.ZlI'T'j' Hull, XX':1rrc-11
l,.u's1m. lwlulwcvt 'IQLITIICII Xxviullffl Cuuk, Stephvu Griffith, Mrs. Tzlllmt.
llzlck---lc-ssic Uwrhiu, Shirley Vlllllify. Betty Luck, Luis Klcliim, Dolores
Nlillcr, l':l'TH1lCliIl'C Xxficks, I.m'c-ttn XX'wwcls. llclwrw XYzltt, .Indy Nlclirimlc.
Fifllw anal Sixll-1 Grades
l'1wmt if!-ww Qlcft fu rightl Carolyn Wallis, lluruthy Slnattuck, l.ug'cne
illcr, Charles Smlclcrs. lxalph .Iu1'Imu, Marilyn XY:1llis.
.Zml-Doris 'l'urm-r, Ricllzlnl fircwcll, Fredrick llzlll. Mary Stevenson,
Lmml :Xllll Xlcixlmanli, .lurcne liilllllllilll. Mrs. Wcnclcl.
Srcl- -livtty Hzlpcs, Put Haws, Nancy ll!'0fJIllC', BIILTIYS llitclmilrgs, Duris
I nulcy, :mel l.I1i'I'y Nlvliim.
-l-lwircl and lrourllw Grades
Vrmxt Ru-v :left tu rightl Llllflil XYilsm1. jerry XYl1eelwek, Bobby lluwc
linger liriffhlu, Clmrles Dxulismau, Kay lleintz.
Zllll-'KlZll'U'2lI'L'f firewell, lu ,Xnu llitellings, NllI'll'l1lll ,Xh-xzmcler, Terry
lYyeuff, Klzlry Lock, lQllllIllC.ll?ll1lCj', Limla Kay l'il'Cll'1'll.
3l'llfKllL'l!Il1'l New, l,C?1l1l'l'Il XYiclcs. Cliffie Pielmt. Billy llnwe, Billy Fuss
Nl1ll'Cl1l llillmrn :xml Yirginia Fuss,
4th-Alnmes Suclrlers. Ilzlvirl Kenney, Mary Lum Illlllll, 'IHIHCS Birch
immy Wlleeluck, Charles llapes, Freddie Chitty, :mal Nliss Selmur.
' W" ZHFIWJ' "V
l:-irsl oncl Seconcl Cgracles
Zmlf-l.incla XX'ilsm1, .lulmny Suclmlcrs, luzm' XYicks, llCI'I1lIllllC l,lllllt'j',
lllI'lStlllC Nlehlmx, Karon lxzlufnlzm. .lamcc Luclc.
31'cl-fi'i1nmic Klillvr, lclzl Xlnc Fuse, lcxufnic Xlcimznm, Miriam New,
1-ri.u1c XYcuvc. Leif Wicks. limlwin Hall..
llzlck ROW-ll1lI'lCllC Nlllllis, Rlzlriun lfurlmin, Iimmx' Nleimzmn, Cmfnie-
mc, Qnflllgf 'l'z1ylHr, lJ:mny Klillc-r, :xml blzmet l ylcl '
l-'mul Rrw--Slxcrry Nlusclw:wl1, L'l1c1'yl XX'z1llls, l.in'ml:L jzlrlmc, lluwzml
tum, li:u'cn llapcs. Nlikl- llzu-us. Dean llriffith, 'll-:lcl1c1', Miss XYcStcrlu-rg.
l7rm1t Nmv rleft t-1 rightl llaricl Turlrrr. Ixc- Dutton, .Indy 'IQIIUIIIIJSUI1
Zmlf--fUm1z1lcl Miller, Szmrly Klillcr, bludy Horn. Ilcrmis Crosby, Beverly
llzlck KHXX-'-I7Cl1IliS XYOIIYC, Steven XX'yvuff. Izurqlrclilmc XYulkcu', Cmmic
Iulmsml, 'l1lllll1ll' lfzmvcz
Nut in l1ii'Ull'C is Paul lluggvc-, The ICIIUIICI' is Mrs. .Xlvin Nclsonl
Luft to right: Mary jean' Iillllflllflll, Kathryn Kendall, janet McBride
lflfnrcncc Xylltt, ju .Mm Nclsnn, H21I'1H2l1'Il CZlXX'I11lJl1, Iivclyu jzlrlmc. 1101011
VVIIQ-Gluck, Kay Huhwi, Gladys l7im'!1:1m, :md Y.lzu"y XINI l.:11'su'1.
Sitting in front: Klzlrilyn KlcNz11t1m, CH2l'.'11 .X. I.. Miller, :xml Mrs
lil.-NNN Nlfl.SON-.loAnn was the leading scorer, tossing in 350
points for the season. ller rebounding and floor play made her a valuable
player on this year's team. She won her 4th letter this year, Her scoring
and all around play will make her hard to replace. She was co-captain of
this year's team.
MARY JEAN KAUFMAN-A Senior and a 3 year letter winner, Mary
,lean played front forward and was a great asset to the team, with her drive-
ins and set shots. She scored l08 points and will be hard to replace next year.
MARY ANNIE LARSON-A Senior and a 3 year letter winner, Mary
Anne played front forward. She was little but mighty and connected with
118 points. She will be hard to replace on next year's team.
BARBARA CAXVTHON-A junior and a 3 year letter winner, Barb
played post guard and was on the Hoor Roll in the State. She is an out-
standing player and will certainly be a big help next year.
IEVELYN -lARBOli-A .lunior and a 3 year letter winner, Evelyn play-
ed front guard and was a good rebounder. She will be a big asset to the
team next year.
lllil.liN X'x'lllll2l.UCK-A Junior and a 2 year letter' winner, Helen
played front guard and used her speed to an advantage in throttling the
opposing forwards. She will be a big help next year. llelen was co-captain
of this year's team.
'lANli'l' MQBRIDIE--A junior and a l year letter winner, Janet sub-
stituted front forward and had a good long shot which helped her score many
points this season. -lanet will be big asset to the team next year.
KAY HUIIN-A .lunior and a l year letter winner, Kay substituted as
front forward. XYitl1 her fast drive-ins and good shot she helped immensely.
Kay will be back next year and will really help her team.
Other members of the squad were Marilyn Black, Florence lVatt, Gladys
Finchman, Mary Lou Wise, Kathryn Kendall, Lois Ann' Picht, Mary -lean
Anderson, and 'Ianis McKim.
l'lC'fll1ll'l Ulllloneift Fernald Opponent
In .... ... Napier ......... 33 72 ,,, , ,H Milford , , , , , , , ,, 38
-4-.Z ... ... Cambridge ... .. 30 24 ... .. Roland ... , ,, 50
58 . .. ..... l.uther .... .. 35 43 . .. .... Colo .. ... 46
37 ... .. Mcfallsburg ... .. 45 41 ... .. Milford .. .. 17
25 ... Roland .... .. 34 5l ... ..... Gilbert .. 56
47 ... ... Colo .... .. 43 25 ...... McC.allsburg ....... 47
"VJ . .. .. fearing .. .. 30 35 .... Roland tCo. 'l'our.j . . . .38
27 ... .. Kiilhert .... .. 44 36 ... Roland fSect. 'l'our.J ... 44
53 ......... Zearing ......... 35
4 The girls finished with a total offensive score of 70l to the opponents
065. They won 8 games and lost 9.
Sitting--Gay Ilulm, Ray Umser, Rub XYiec, .Xllen Amlcrsmm, Dean
Stamlingfiicrulcl Hitchin'gs, Manager, Cflmarlc-s VIQIITIICT, llcrulml Klnmg-
lun, Dale tlarbuc, LQh2ll'lt'S Chitty, Kelly Haws, Lee IJLUHSIIIZIII. Herman COF-
bin, Coach Miller.
BOB XX-'ISE-Senior an'd a 4 year letter winner. Bob played center and
scored 401 points. He was an outstanding player on the defense and offense
alike. Bob was a very valuable player and will be very hard to replace. He
was selected on the All State Honor Roll.
ALLEN ANDERSON-Senior and a 3 year letter winner, Allen played
guard and scored 134 points. He was a good long shot and scored most of
his points from a distance. He was a good relaounder an'd will be hard to
replace next year. Allen was captain of this year's team.
CHARLES CHITTY---A l year letterman. Because of his height,
Chuck was a great asset to his team with his rebounding power and timely
scoring. Chuck: will also be missed next year.
DEAN HANDSAKER-junior and a 3 year letter winner. Dean play-
ed forward and scored 210 points. He was a good defensive player and will
be a big help next year.
GAY HUHN-junior and a 2 year letter winner, Gay played forward
and scored 159 points. Gay's scoring will be an asset to his team next year.
RAY COUSER-A 1 year letterman, Art played guard, although not a
high scorer, he was a fine defensive player' and good ball handler. Art will
be an asset to the team next year.
GERALD KLONGLAN--A 1 year letterman, Gerald is a Sophomore
ankl helped out a great deal with his ball handling and sharp shooting. He
will be a great help in the years to come.
LEE DADISMAN-A l year' letterman, lee was a good ball handler
and helped out a good deal with his scoring. He will be a good asset in the
next tYVO YCHYS.
KELLY HAVVS--A Freshman, Kelly's rebounding and scoring helped
a good deal this year. He has showed great improvement and will be a
great asset in' the next three years.
HERMAN CORBIN-A Freshman and will help out a good deal in
DALE JARBOE-A Freshman an'd will be a great asset in the years to
CHARLES TURNER--Charles' improved floor play will help teams
in the coming years.
The boys had their most successful season for the past several years,
with a 13 win and a 6 loss record. They finished third in the North Story
conference by winning six and losing four games, Their offensive average
was 57.6 and defensive was 47 points.
Fernald Opponent Fernald Opponent
47 ......... Napier ......... 37 74 , , , ,,,,,, C010 ,,,,,,,, , , 28
50 . . . . Cambridge ....... 47 56 . . . . . . Milford , . . , 37
46 . . ..... Luther . . . . . 32 47 . . . .... Roland . . . . . . 57
74 .. . ... Mclfallsburg ... .. 29 58 .... .... f iilbert . . . . . .. . 52
56 .. . . . Roland ... .. 63 53 ....... McCallsburg . .. . . . . 30
72 .. ... Colo .... . . 37 51 ........ Ames "B" . .. ... 41
90 . . ... Zearing . . . .... 64 46 .... .... C ollins .. . . . 60
50 .. ... Gilbert .. . .... 79 67 .... . .. Zearing .. . . . . 49
54 ... ... Milford ... .... 65 69 .... .. . Huxley .. . .. . 40
35 ....... Cambridge .. 47
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Maury Lou XVis0
Clllrinetsv-Alanct McBride, David l.:1sko, Karen Flynn, Kay Iluhn,
Nliriznn Hillwurn, :md -ludy M-cliridc.
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Snare llrum---.lanis McKim and Sally Lyons.
Horns! fllarlvzlra CZlXVtl'!Ul1 and Gladys Fllllflldlll.
Cornets--Bob XYisc, Marilyn McN:Ltton', XYfll'l'Cll Larson, and Lois
l"l11L4:s--llollml Crosby and Betty lYise.
Alto Snxes--Xlary Anne Larson, Mary -lean' Kaufman and Elaine Crosby.
Tcnol' Sax-Lois Ann Picht.
Bass liorn--Gay Hulm.
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lxu X2cXz11tm1, Kntllryn Kcu'dz1l1, Xrnlis Svhulcr, ,lzmct Xlvlirirlc. Mary Anne
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The day aftvr the night before
Lazy or just rosti
I,0t's look at the
Casey at thc bat
Interested? Call IMF20 Nevada
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Lust minute instructions
Guurcls on the lmll
Typical kitchen maids
Senior girls in shop
lilushing June lmricle
Caught in the act
A trip to Des Moines
New Yours Evo
YVh:1t's your trouble?
Juniors working on play
Working on the annual
And buck of it
Look! Wc'rc working
On to Atlantic City
wta w...l.1 HW... lf.-
Chuck got ambitious.
Barbara was short.
Lois Ann got fat.
Charles Turner ever got into trouble.
Mary Anne and Thelma weren't always looking for letters.
janet wasn't always runnig around with Nevada kids.
Mary Lou didn't have Bob to heckle her.
Larry didn"t have a temper.
Allen wasn't always pestering the girls.
Helen started going steady.
Lee would get caught doing something ornery.
Lucy didn"t run around with Arclis.
Bob never had a date.
l'.laine's hair c1idn't look nice.
Marilyn McNatton didn't help everyone with their Algebra.
Kelly wasn't good-looking.
Mary ,lean and Dean' weren't always hitting each other.
Phyliss didn"t wear bright colors.
Marilyn Griffith got to school on time.
Sally grew up.
JoAnn didn"t talk about Max.
Gay didn't go to Slater.
Gerald Hitchings wasn't quiet.
Mary -lean Anderson' wasn't happy-go-lucky.
Katherine didn't work at the restaurant.
Florence let her hair grow long.
Marilyn' Black didn't pester the upperclassmen.
When the '52 seniors leave.
There was a bus for the town kids so they wouldn't have to walk to
Janis didu"t have to walk down her long lane.
Mary was cool, calm, and collected.
Margaret didn't always have a smile for everyone.
Dean didn't have a car.
Kathryn' K. didn't read all the time.
johnny didn"t have his little car.
Martha didn't yell at Mary.
None of the boys had Butch haircuts.
Art became a meek, mild. little boy
Gladys was satisfied with everything.
Mike didn't have girls in all the far away cities.
Dale was ever in a hurry.
Ace wasn't waiting for .ludy after school.
Kay wasn"t always talking about her boyfriends.
There were no school activities to attend.
David ever did what the teac-hers told him.
livelyn an'd Mary -lean ditln't get hurt in basketball.
Donna Rae didn't have a hankie stuck in' her desk every day.
Gerald Klonglon didnt get good grades.
Herman wasn"t around for the upperclassmen to tease.
Ardis didn't go with the boys from her church.
Mrs. Miller didn't say hi to everyone.
Mr. Miller wasn't quiet.
Mr. Begg wasn't so considerate.
Mrs. Chitty wasn"t artistic.
Nevada Implement Company
John A. Cessford, Owner
At This store you get
Quality and Service
Free Pickup and Delivery
Service at your door
Pruter's Shoe Store
Air Steps, Roblees and
For the Best in
Carl E. Stone
Kingsbury Radio Service
Radio and Public Address
Sales and Service
525 Fourth Street Phone 597
Coover's Economy Corner
The Shopping Center
HENRY ABSTRACT CO.
Gilbert L. Henry
Abstracts of title e- Tax Accounting
Phone 80 Nevada, Iowa
Story Country Farm Supply Company
A Farm Bureau Service
Phone 189 Nevada, Ioua
School 81 Office Supplies
Plumbing 81 Heating
Phone 424 Nevada, Iowa
Mercury Sales dz Service
510 Lincoln YVay
Phone 259 Ames, Iowa
Circle Theatre Bldg. Phone 459
Local and Long Distance
NEVADA 'I' RAN SFER
0. W. Rabbit
Phone 287 Nevada, Iowa
Clothing and Shoes
Quality Merchandise ,
Men and Boys
Motor Sales and Service
Norman Dunlap, Owner
Lincoln XVay at Kellogg
K A S I
H. W. Bowers, M. D.
Phone 223 and 353
The Rexal Stole
Dillin's Department Store
Dry Goods, Notions, Dresses,
Genfs Furnishings, Hardware,
Harness, Aladdin Lamps
DeLaval Separators and Milkers
Little Dress Shop
Dresses and Accessories
Andrew Oil Co.
Tank Wagon Service
Dr. D. W. Harkness
COver Nevada National Bankj
Nevada Candy Kitchen
Phone 473 Nevada, Iowa
Steward Cigar and
Sporting Goods Store
1124 Sixth Street
Phone 688 Nevada Iowa
Film-Coated Seed Corn
Single and Douhleeross
Hybrids To Fit Every Farm
Crow's Hybrid Corn Co.
Hunter Oil Co.
More for your money
Phone 199 24 Ilr. Service
Nevada Iowa East Lincoln Nevada, Iowa
Store Phone 72 Res. Phone 572 NVe Appreciate Your Patronage
CARSRUDS D. H. Ingham
Groceries and Meats
Economy Custom Built Furniture
Phone 76, 176, and 68 Nevada Phone 150 0010. Iowa
Wholesale and Retail
Custom Meat Service
Nevada Locker - Market
Phone 226 Nevada, Iowa
Good Equipment Makes
A Good Farmer Better
Is Your Livestock and
Poultry on a Diet
Or Are They
On a Gook Ration For
O'Donnell Seed Farms
Original Growers and
Plumbing 8: Heating
Coal, Oil, Sz Gas Furnaces
Stokers 85 Sheet Metal XVorks
Phone 896 Nevada Iowa
Production? Lumber - Coal
"Talk It Over lVith Lapp's" Paint Kg- Fence
Lapp Laboratories Nevada, Iowa
Phone 50 Phone 550
G. F. and Max McBride International
We Buy Hogs
D-ealer in Shriebers Mills
and Pillsbury Feeds WICKHAM and GAUNT
Rath Feed and Fertilizer
Phone 170 Zearing, Iowa
Phone 3 and 100 Zearing, Iowa
OOSiCl" PCI S
Ray Watson Ideal Barber Shop .. Nevada
Dr. Frazier CDentistj ........,. ...... N evada
Carry Lunch ......... . .. McCallsburg
H. C. Strzissburg ..... Zearing
Cozy Inn ....... . . . McCallsburg
Farmers Co-op ....... . . . McCallsburg
Peterson's Floral Co. .... .... N evada
Li11ian's Beauty Shoppe .... .. . Nevada
Dr. Earl Laughlin ................... .. . Nevada
Hadley and Countryman CLawyersj . . . Nevada
Dr. Don Hale CDentistj ............ Nevada
Ross White's Barber Shop .... Colo
P and W -Grocery ......... Colo
Dr. Rankin QDentistj .. Colo
Dr. Goodnow ........ Colo
Barrett Grocery . . . . . . Colo
Story Hotel ........ .. Nevada
A1's Standard Service ..,..... Nevada
John R. Hattery fLawyerj .... .. Nevada
john B. Miller fLawyerJ .. .. Nevada:
Dr. B. A. Storey ............. .. Nevada
Lem's Body and Fender Shop . ..Nevada
Dr. Hall ................... ..... Z caring
McCal1sburg Co-op Co. . . . . . . McCa11sburg
Dr. W. B. Sperow
Phone 35 or 90
For Quality' and Efficient Printing
VVrito or Phono
The Ellsworth, News
Phone 10 Ellsworth, Iowa
Iowa Electric Light
and Power Company
The best of everything
Radio and Television
Nevada, Iowa Phone 102
Firestone Tires - Tubes
Stones D-X Service
Tires and Products
Phone 713 Nevada. Iowa
Niland and Reed Cafe
Eat Maid Rit-es
Meet Your Friends Here
Farren Implement Company
Implements and Repairs
Phone 136 Colo Iowa
'iWhite Treats You Rightu
Phone 20 Nevada, Iowa
J. F. Anderson Lumber Co.
.lim A. Olinger, Mgr.
'SWh-ere the Home Begins"
Phone 26 Nevada, Iowa
Hall Motor and Implement Co.
Massey Harris Sales and Service
Oscar Hall, Owner
Phone 236 Nevada, Iowa
Serge Dairy Equipment
Phone 122-R2 State Center, Ia.
Dr. N. H. Brinkman
Residence 10 Office 73
Dry Goods Ready to Wear
Phone 599 602 7th St.
Shur Fit Bootery
Poll-Parrot for Children
Trim-Tred for Women
Rand Shoes for Roys and Girls
Shoes for the Entire Family
National Tea Co.
Hardware Auto Supplies
James Taylor, Owner
Phone 491 Nevada, Iowa
Cerka Motor Sales
Sales - FORD - Service
Nevada Cab Company
Prompt and Courteous Service
All Calls Appreelated
Sillvlilil' GHS Allfl Ulls 24-Irlour Service Chartered Bus
G00lll'iCh TIFPS . Lloyd Shickell, Owner and Operator
Phone 89 Zeaflngf Iowa Phone 196 ' Nevada, Iowa
STATE BANK AND
The Farmers Grain Company
Grain, Coal, Feed, Seed'
Lumh-er, liuilders, Hardware
Grain Phone 2303
Lumber Yard Phone 2302
West Lincoln Avenue
Phone 142 Nevada, Iowa
Body and Frame Shop
Nevada Implement Co.
.lohn A. Cessford, Owner
Phone 60 Nevada, Iowa
At This Store You Get
Nevada Poultry Company
Nevada Creamery Company
Call Phone 239 For
Prices and Truck Service
"For The Best In Dairy Products
Phone 103 Nevada, Iowa
W. L. Tipton 8: Son
Corner Drug Store
Meet Your Friends at
0. K. Rubber Welder
on the Farm tractor tire service
Tractor and Recapping and repair
C. E. Shallcy, Owner
Nevada, Iowa Phone 48
McDowell Buick Pontiac, Inc.
Sales and Service
For the best used ear deal in town see us
VVe service all makes
510 L. Avenue Nevada, Iowa
Dry Cleaning docsn't
Cost, It Pays
Qualty and Service Phone 13 Nevada, Iowa
Cooper's Burkhead Agency
Real Estate and Insurance
Furniture Store ,
I' arm Loans
Phone 35 Maxwell' Iowa Offices at Zearing and Clemmons Ia.
C. F. Wilson
"That insurance mann
All Kinds of Insurance and Heal Estate
M -M AND
SALES and SERVICE
Mathison Motor Co.
Sales - Ford - Service
You Know Us
IVe Know Your Ford
Nevada Seed Company
Peak ol' Quality Seeds
Your Seed Problems VVIII BE
Custom Seed Cleaning
NV-est Lincoln Avenue
Phone 142 Nevada
FEDERAL NORTH IOVVA
Nevada National Bank
Gerlach Supply Company
Feeds e- Seeds
llog Feeders and
VALLINE WELDING SERVICE
ll. M. Valline, Proprietor
Home 409 Shop 190
Philco Radios and TV
Admiral Radios and
Phone 97 Nevada, Iowa
Dick's Radiator and
1005 First Street
Dupont Spray Glaze
Bonded Brake Work
C. R. McConnell
Your Chrysl-er and Plymouth Dealer
for dependable Service and
dependable used cars
Maxwell, Iowa Phone 160
Cook's Conoco Service
Your Mileage Merchant
Nevada Tourist Court
Batteries Tires Accessories
Phone 627 Nevada, Iowa
Johnson Variety Hardware
Refrigerators - Crosley LQ R. C. A.
Television - Major Appliances
Gifts F- Therlnogas Servic-e
Colo Cabin Camp
Junction U. S. G5 and 30
Standard Service Station 24 hr. Service
DAVIS PAINT STORE
Keith Page, Owner
Paint W- Wallpaper H Gifts
Novelties -W Toys
Phone 342 Nevada, Iowa
DUNLAP MOTOR CO.
Oldsmobile --- 'Cadillac
Sales dz Service
Circle Theater, Nevada
Relax in new push-back seats
NV. P. Grossman, Owner
Lloyd S. Johnston, Mgr.
Hall and Sills
Deep Rock Products
Ethyl Gas Grease Jobs
Super Gas Car Washing
Phone 50 Nevada, Iowa
Walker Motor Sales
D-eSoto Plymouth GMC Trucks
Sales and Service
Phone 387 Nevada, Iowa
When Selling Cattle and Hogs See
H. "DuckyH Huff
Phone: Yards 24 Residence 211
HOME OIL CO. INC.
State Cent-er, Iowa
Goodyear 81 Firestone
ABE SCHWARTZ 8: SON
Scrapmetal - Paper - Hides
Fur - Wool
The Reuben H. Donnelley
Stahlman's Shell Service
Phone 754 Nevada Iowa
Deola Milling Company
B. S. Dickey, Owner
Flour, Feed and Seeds
Hulling, Grinding, Mixing
Phone No. 1
Phone 167 Nevada, Iowa
M. L. Borgen 8: Son
Home of Dependable Furniture
Phone 147 Nevada, Iowa
Baum Beauty 8: Barber Shop
We Specialize in Hair Styling
and Permanent Waving
Phone 159 Nevada Iowa
H. G. Ambrose
Men's, Women's and Children's
Phone 74 Nevada, Iowa
Hardware, Appliances and
"Service and Satisfactionv
STATE CENTER FARMERS
Manufactures of Butter and
STATE CENTER, IOWA
RAY J. DANIELSON
Registered Hampshire Hogs
For the best in Hampshire breeding
Central Iowa's Leading House of
ESCHBACH MUSIC HOUSE
302 Main Street Ames, Iowa
Pianos, Radios, Band Instruments, TV
Complete Photo Supplies
TRI-COUN TY STATE
Office at Garden City, Iowa
WHATTOFF MOTOR COMPANY
118 Hayward Ave. in Campus Town
Phone 992 Ames, Iowa
Studebaker Sales 85 Service
FARM AND HOME STORE
L. Neasham, Prop.
Stock get in much xvith mc, or xvisit Oldsmobile New Idea Farm Mach.
Quality Home Appliances and TV
my farm. Visitors always welcome 1225 Sixth Street
Phone 22 Nevada, Iowa
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