Finchford High School - Blue and White Yearbook (Finchford, IA)

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FIRST BOARD OF EDUCATION: THE BUILDERS The builder lifted his old gray head, "Good friend, in the path I have come," he said, "There followeth after me today A youth whose feet must pass this way, Good friend, I am building the bridge for him." To you, the builders of Finchford consolidated school in the early l92O,s, we, the seniors of the thirty-third class to graduate from that school, gratefully dedicate this 1957 edition of the Finchford Blue and White. Tri! ,qi - 1 Q Slim THANKS: MILLER SHOE STORE PAUL'S STANDARD SERVICE MOHR'S PAINT Bt WALLPAPER RICHE'S FOOD STORE A DARD SERVICE THE OLD POTTERY SHOP NELSON ST N Cedar Falls Q I , 1 , . .., -' 3 5 .5 4-y-fp . . . , . , . V 'Q 4 1g'gwi ,..jf? aflvizwingi , ., 'K 'Y . f N -,iw . , A, . ,, M . ' x I , n . 'R fn, 1 , ' . ,g X 5 4 .Q -5 4 I - 1 f - .' , A .f -. 1 w v ANNUAL STAFF ROW ONE: Carol Creighton, Carolyn Miller, Nancy Crist, Jackie Murray, Janice Cuvelier, Mr. Smith. ROW TWO: Helen Smith, Janet Smith, Carol Storm, Shirley Hundley, Kay Gerholdt, Donna Mathes, Rosemarie Melichar, Kay Crist. ROW THREE: Sherley Fox, Gary Schatzberg, Larry Schwab, David Bolton, Marvin Linda- man, Gary Smith, Dick Mark, Lois Menzel. THE STAFF Editor ......... Assistant Editor ......,. Business Manager , Sports Editors , . . . . . Nancy Crist . . Jackie Murray Marvin Lindaman . .Rosemarie Melichar, Marvin Lindaman, Larry Schwab Assistant Sports Senior Pages .,,, Assistant ,,,, Typist ........ h V 1 Q I i Assistant Typist Music ........ Assistant .... . Class News ,,.,, Assistant ............ Underclassmen Pictures and Plays Assistant ............ Banter and Annual Staff ,,,,,, Assistant ,,,.., Administration , , , Assistant , , , Snaps ..... . Adviser, , , , , Editors, .Kay Crist, Gary Smith . . . Lois Menzel . . . . Dick Mark '. Donna Mathes . . . . Kay Crist . . . David Bolton . Janice Cuvelier . . . Helen Smith . . . Janet Smith . Carolyn Miller . . . Carol Storm . Shirley Hundley . . .Kay Gerholdt . . . Sherley Fox . Carol Creighton , Gary Schatzberg - . . R. G. Smith - J 'Q '12s Q P ,, T lf- 2 THANKS: BLAKE AND HOLLEY BOOMHOWERS BUSCHING GROCERY SHELL ROCK ECONOMY MA RKE T E PLEY BROTHE RS FARMERS SUPPLY CO ig,-f F1 rw I nMlNlsTRA,TloN FACULTY ROW ONE: Mr. R. G, Smith, Mr, Herbert Hovelson, Mrs, Helen McDonald, Mrs. Mary Smith, Mrs. Nell Black, ROW TWO: Mrs, Laura Jones, Mrs, Vera Jennings, Mr. Lloyd Spier, Mrs, Ruth Grosse, Mr. Richard Hills, BOARD OF EDUCATION LEFT TO RIGHT: Don Rick, Clark Renner, Clyde Benton, Virgil Becker John Messerly, Evelyn Greeley, R. G. Smith, THANKS: DR, KROMER Su KROMER FRED HESS FARMERS IMP. CO. FRED'S SUPER VALUE FIRST NATIONAL BANK GEORGE J. KAISER Waverly I" IANITORS BUS DRIVERS ' -,Vx A I ' , Roland Smith, Ruby Carlson, Wilbur Anderson ,.,.of k 1,111 A - -1 LAS.: lf ', Y I, , fx 7' ASH 1 -'af-4: ff . . Mr. and Mrs. Roland Smith, Helen, Janet, Rita, and Charles. THE COOKS .li 5x 'vi THANKS ' NICHOLS TV AND RADIO SERVICE RITCHIE PONTIAC NUSS HATCHERY ROY'S PLACE PLATTES D-X SAND's SERVICE STATION Waverly xmm- ' Iiigzww way-mn-mv. vvw-vwrwfwv-wx vw-..vv...,Q..p E N99 N499 f Z Q , , 52 Z 94 iff 9 ENIORS -..I DAVID BOLTON "I want to be bashful but girls won't let me!" Officer ......... 2 Annual........2 Basketball . . . . 1,2 Baseball . . . . 1,2 Dramatics . . . . 1,2 Operetta . . . . . . 1 Glee Club. . . . . 1,2 Hi-Y ..... -Af the 3, 4 3, 4 3,4 3,4 3,4 2,3 3,4 3,4 NANCY C RIST "A word, a smile, a girl worth while." Officer......... 2, Paper ........ 1,2, Annual......... 1, Basketball Manager . . . . Dramatics . . . . . . . Operetta...... .. Glee Club. . . Sextet ..... Mixed Chorus . . . Tri-Hi-Y .... . . 3,4 3,4 2,4 2,4 3,4 .1 .1 .1 .1 3,4 X 1 l LARRY SCHWAB "Great men are dying all a- round--in fact, I don't feel so well myself." Officer .... ..... 2 ,4 Annual... ....4 Basketball . . . 1,2,3,4 Dramatics . . . . . . 3,4 Glee Club .... . . 1,2,3 Mixed Chorus . . . . . .1,2 Operetta .... . . . . .1,3 Basketball Manager . . . . 1 Baseball .......1,2,3,4 3 Hi.-YA,,,......... ,4 MARVIN LINDAMAN "My only books are a girls' good looksgl love 'to study." Officer .......... 1,4 Paper ........... 1 Annual . . . . . 1,2,3,4 Basketball . . . . 1,2,3,4 Baseball . . . . 1,2,3,4 Dramatics . . . . 1,3,4 Operetta . . . . . . .1,3 Glee Club .... . . .1,2,3 Mixed Chorus. . . . 1,2 Hi-Y ..... . . . 3,4 SHIRLEY HUNDLEY "Argue early, argue late--if a line were crooked, she'd argue it straight." Paper ...... . . . 1,2,4 Annual . . . . . . 4 Basketball . . . . 3,4 Dramatics . . . . 1.3.4 Glee Club . . . . . 1,2,3 Mixed Chorus . .... 1 Operetta .... . .1, 3 Tri-Hi-Y . . . . 3,4 t SHE RLEY FOX "Studying makes some wise-- me otherwise." Annual ..... . . 4 Dramatics . . . 3, 4 Operetta . . . . . 1,3 Glee Club .... . . 1, 2, 3 Mixed Chorus . .... 1 Tri-Hi-Y .... . . 3, 4 GARY SCHATZBE RG "Althou h he talks but little, ll E a great deal more he thinks. 3 Paper ........... , 4 Annual .... .... 4 Basketball ....... . .l, 4 4 Baseball ....... 1, 2, 3, Basketball Manager ..... 2 Dramatics ..... . 1, 3, 4 Operetta . . . . . . .1,3 Glee Club. . . 1, 2, 3 Quartet . , , .3 Hi-Y . . . .3,4 HELEN SMITH "Although there is no reason apparent, she giggles anyway Paper ..... Annual .... Basketball . . Dramatics . . Operetta . . . Glee Club ..... Mixed Chorus Tri-Hi-Y . . . CAROLYN MILLER "No need for everybody kno Officer . . . Paper .... Annual . . . Basketball . an introdu c ion WS H18 .-v- . . Dramatics . . Operetta . . . Glee Club . Mixed Chorus . - ummm-Lfsswzi-Ju,-f.-.QM-4+ ' -, .' , : .--w M - . -i L' 1, .,flr.,... .am'.wrrf':A':msa1nxa1zm.mfsn-Iva ROSEMARIE MELICHAR "A likeable gal with a likeable DAVID STRICKLAND ll sense serves the purpose. " way." Paper ........... 2,4 Annual . . . . . . . .4 Basketball . . . . l,2, 3,4 Dramatics . . . . 1,3,4 Operetta . . . . . . .1 Glee Club .... . 1, 2 Mixed Chorus . . . 1 Sextet ............ 1 Tri-Hi-Y .......... 3,4 LOIS MENZEL "Some say she's quiet, but there are others who know." Officer .......... 1,3 Paper . . . . . . 1,2,3,4 Annual .... . . l,2,3,4 Basketball . . . . 1,2, 3,4 Dramatics . . . . 2,3,4 Operetta . . . . . . .l,3 Glee Club . . . . . l,2,3,4 Mixed Chorus . ...... 1 Sextet ..... . . 1.2.3.4 Trio ..... ..... 4 Solo .... . . 2.3.4 Tri-Hi-Y . . . . . 3,4 DONNA MATI-IES "An innocent face, but you nev er can tell." Officer ......... 1, 2, Paper. . . . 1,2, 3, Annual ........ 1, 2, 3, Basketball ...... 1, 2, 3, Basketball Manager ..... Cheerleader ..... 1, 2, 3, Dramatic ..... . 1, 3, Operetta .... . . 1, Glee Club .... . . 1, Mixed Chorus . . . . . Tri-Hi-Y .... . . 3, Never speak sense when non- asketball ........ 1, 4 aseball ........ 1, 2, 3 ramatics . . 1, 3, 4 Operetta .... . l, 3 Mixed Chorus . . . . 1, 2 Quartet .... . . . 1, 2, 3 Solo .... . . 1, 2, 3, 4 3,4 CLASS HISTORY In 1944, a group of 26 youngsters started on a 12-year journey. Some of us reached our destination at Finchford consolidated schoolg others took other roads to the finish line, Those who started here at Finchford include: Beth Ann Baldwin, David Bolton, Richard Christian, Lowell Etzen, Sherley Fox, Rosemarie Melichar, Lois Menzel, Carolyn Miller, Wilbur Murray, Bobby Osborn, Nancy Page, Janice Pashby, Gary Schatzberg, Larry Schwab, Richard Schlampp, Marcella Sherburne, Marcia Sher- burne, Charlton Sturms, Larry Williams, Ellen Soldwisch, Marvin Lindainan, Lloyd White Jr., Mrs. Johnson was our teacher, Others came and went and the class has now a membership of thirteen students, including four who joined since first grade: Shirley I-Iundley, Helen Smith, David Strickland, and Nancy Crist. As freshmen, we had the traditional honor of being initiated by the seniors, Class rings were ordered in November of our junior year, and received in April. We were hosts to the seniors of '56 at the junior-senior banquet in May. On November 1, 1956, the entire class of thirteen, with Mr. Smith, our sponsor went to Waterloo and had our class pictures taken. Senior class play, junior- senior banquet, baccalaureate, and commencement exercises rounded out our final year as seniors of FHS. CLASS PROPHECY Q10 years laterj David Bolton is playing professional basketball for the Minneapolis Lakers with a 35 point average per game in the current season. Nancy Crist is a happily married woman living in New York and has the career of her dreams. She is designing the interiors for the new "futurama" housing division in New York City, You are likely to see Carolyn Miller, ifyou need the assistance of a contractor for she is stenographer and bookkeeper in her busband's office in Waterloo. Helen Smith is a filing clerk at Schield Bantam in their outlying branch in the suburbs of Des Moines. Marvin Lindaman owns a deluxe service station outside Cedar Falls. He deals in buying and selling sports cars on the side and drives his own M-G, David Strickland is partner in business withaformer classmate, Gary Schatz- berg. He is soon to run for state office, however, and no doubt will go far in politics. Rosemarie Melichar, soon after leaving high school, went to college and took a short course which furthered her possibilities inthe field of an airline stewardess. She now has a job with TWA, Donna Mathes was "discovered" by a Hollywood producer on his way through Iowa to New York in 1960. She was given a screen test and has the Starring role in "Joan of Arc." Larry Schwab, after his graduation from Ames, returned to his home com- munity and has since built up the largest farming layout in the county. It is rumored he made some early investments in an Arizona citrus ranch, and will retire there next year. Lois Menzel has just had her first book published and it is already on the best seller list. Lois is living in Flagstaff, Arizona. As co-owner in the importing firm of Strickberg Inc. Gary Schatzberg handles all the financial and business details. Sherley Fox was married soon after graduation and now operates a hardware store in Waverly. "Ann's Salon" in Marshalltown is where you would find Shirley Ann Hundley. After attending the Pitze beauty culture school in Waterloo she opened her own establishment in nearby Marshalltown. zsnnlfmmvafm mznmwwpimmai ' " CLASS WILL Being of sound mind and memory on this day, May 22, 1956, we the graduates of Finchford high, as we leave, do hereby will and bequeath our assets as follows: I, Donna Mathes, will my benchwarming position on the basketball team to Kay Crist, providing she keeps it as warm as Idid, I leave my typing grades to Kenny Miller as long as he keeps them the same as mine. Iwill my ability to get along without boys to Kay Gerholdt. I, Rosemarie Melichar, will my free throw ability to Janice C. providing she shoots 50 free throws per day, goes to state and makes 25 out of 25, I, David Bolton, will my jump shot ability to Paul Miller, my undergraduate girls to Gary Smith, and my cutting up ability in Mrs. Smith's class to Dick Mark. I, Shirley Hundley, will my job as feature editor to Carol Messerly, providing she also writes a story deserving of a long distance telephone call. My feeling for Elvis Presley I leave to Janet Smith, providing she gets in as many arguments in his defense as I do. I, Larry Schwab, will my corner in history class to Jim Cuvelier and my guard position to "Mouse" fKenny Millerj. I, Marvin Lindaman, will my broken bat to anybody who wants to fix it. I will the lectures I get from my teachers to the underclassmen providing they also profit from them. I, Nancy Crist, will my position and headaches, on the annual staff to Jackie Murray, providing she doesn't cut any heads in half. My position as manager, I give to Carol Storm, providing she doesn't forget the towel. I will my job on the mime- oscope to anyone who's willing to suffer. I, Lois Menzel, will my dummymaking ability to Kay G., and my variety of hair-dos to anyone that changes them as often as I have. I, David Strickland, will my oration to Bonnie Becker in hopes that the teachers will be able to hear her, my ability to get along with the teachers to anybody who needs it, and my teasing ability to Mike Bingham. I, Carolyn Miller, will my home economics grades to Kay Crist, providing she gives complete cooperation to the teacher. I, Sherley Fox, will my love for Missouri to anyone who'll take it. I leave my pony tail to Florence Jungling providing she cuts it off. I, Helen Smith, will my quietness to Paul Hum, my extreme height to Johnny Christians and---Johnny to Janet. I, Gary Schatzberg, give my small amount of intelligence to anyone who wants to take it for what it's worth. I will my ability to get above average grades without working too' hard to anyone who will put it to good use. As witness thereof, we subscribe our names. hwwidyzlbifgfu glmflo Qmggitfy t N ' 0..,,..t,,,Wn awww 704 wwe THANKS: GOODRICH Gs FETTKETHER MAXFIELDS CAFE H 815 H BARBER Sv SHOE SHOP MEYER SHOE CENTER LAVELL STUDIOS MUELLER CLEANERS Waverly mamms ' ESM IUNIORS l 1 ROW ONE: Kenny Miller, Deanna Myszka, Carol Creighton, Carol Storm, Sponsor, Mr. Hovelson. ROW TWO: Jackie Murray, Janet Smith, Jerry Bond, Jim Cuvelier, Paul Hum, Kay Crist, Kay Ger- holdt. ROW THREE: Billy Murray, John Christians, Lynn Steven- son, Dick Mark, Gary Smith, Bruce Kern, Myron Schild, Clarence Heise. SOPHOMORES THANKS: ROW ONE: Sponsor, Mr. Spier: Leonard Myszka, Melvin McIVIains, Florence Jungling, Edna Mae Renning. ROW TWO: JaniceCuvelier, Darold Jones, Paul Miller, Jim Soldwisch, Gordon Walters, Carol Messerly. ABSENT: Richard Hundley. HOME CAFE NEW HARTFORD HARDWARE INTERNATIONAL HARVESTER NEW HARTFORD ELEVATOR MAC'S SKELLY SERVICE RAY'S BARBER SHOP NEW HARTFORD FRESHMEN ROW ONE: Judy Bolton, Bonnie Becker, Jerry Mark, Dale Ger- holdt, Sponsor, Mrs. Jones. ROW TWO: Linda Cuvelier, Richard Rudolph, John Schild, Ronnie Lindaman, Marilyn Dellinger. ROW THREE: Raymond Mobley, Sherman Fox, Mike Bingham, Gary Ir- win, Jack Miller E THANKS: ROW ONE: Jerry Johnson, Donald Miller, Tommy Benton, Ken- neth McMains, Sponsor, Mrs. Smith. ROW TWO: George Sold- wisch, Tommy Plantz, Jane Bingham, Virginia Miller, Joe Murray, ROW THREE: Kenneth Seliger, Jimmy Menzel, Gene Murray, Jean Case, Loretta Porath, Becky Petersen. CARL D. PERRIN FARMERS CO-OP CHESTER HARMON HERTS 81 CO. DALE BRINK MAN HOLGAR HOL M NE W HARTFORD 1TH GRADE ROW ONE: Gary Mathes, Gloria Myszka, Sponsor, Mrs. Black. ROW TWO: John Case, Kenny Crist, John Rich, Mike Seliger. STH AND 6TH GRADE ROW ONE: Mr. Hills, Joe Ackerson, Robert Mobley, Sharon Zingg, Charles Smith, Dennis Miller. ROW TWO: Robin Renner, Carol Dellinger, Jerry Stirling, Tommy Mark, Allen Messerly, Sharon Kern, Jack Ackerson. ROW THREE: Wade Jung1ing,Chery1e Moeh- lis, Janice Schurman, Pat Bingham, Karen Belz, Beatrice Bartel, Linda Murray, Ellen Porath. ABSENT: Dean Knapp. THANKS: WHITAKERS WATERLOO TYPEWRITER EXCHANGE WITT LUMBER CO. NATIONAL STUDIOS SHELL ROCK WATERLOO 2ND, 3RD AND 4TH GRADE ROW ONE: Mrs. Grosse, Stuart Gibson, Jimmy Cook, Dickie Mes- serly, Bobby Juel, Dale Schatzberg, Leo Porath, Tommy Hart, Alan Moehlis, Sharman Fox, Mary Trainor. ROW TWO: David Murray, Linda Juel, Randy Zingg, Barbara Cook, Larry Dellinger, David Ackerson, David Cobb, Mary Lou Messerly, Teddy Stirling, Steve Rick. ROW THREE: Randy Renner, Patty Seliger, Linda Miller, Edna Briden, Rita Smith, Mona Gibson, Gloria Schwab, Kathy Dil- ger, Sandra Hart. ROW FOUR: Winnifred Kern, Bruce Hites, Law- rance Fox, Johnny Gerholdt, John Bingham, Linda Schurman, Dar- rell Creighton, Sam Case, David Messerly. ABSENT: Dennis Schurman, Gary Beenken, Donald Beenken, Audrey Petersen, Mrs. Onalee Wickersham. IST GRADE ROW ONE: Jimmy Bohlen, David Carlson, Betty Jean Carlson Kent Briden, Cathe Gerholdt, Nancy Hart, Jimmy Moehlis, Melody Harberts, Josephine Trainor, Jill Willey, Douglas King, Bobby Strickland, Leslie Mark, Mike Jungling, Joyce Gibson. ABSENT: Jackie Anderson, Randy Messerly. THANKS: SECURITY STATE BANK STOPPLEMOR'S SHELL ROCK HATCHERY VARIETY STORE SHERMAN LIVESTOCK S. P. HODGSON SHELL ROCK 1 KINDERGARTEN ROW ONE: Linnet Moehlis, Allen Bowman, Dennis Walters, Dean Mobley, Mrs. McDonald. ROW TWO: Johnny Dilger, Rickie Men- zel, Harry Peterson, Lyn Hites, Patty Hart. THANKS: hog, Q QX xx Nxwq jlpllljf iff Q Xgg We would like to pay a tribute to Earl Fresh- Awater, photographer from National Studios. Mr. Freshwater has taken annual pictures for the Blue and White for the past three years. WAVERLY PRODUCE WOLF'S HATCHERY WAVERLY TIRE COMPANY ZAHN lit SONS WAVE RLY mmf W1 Kwmmwwwvwm PERFECT ATTENDANCE FIRST SEMESTER 1956-57 David Bolton Marvin Lindaman Donna Mathes Helen Smith Johnny Christians Myron Schild Janet Smith Lynn Stevenson Janice Cuvelier Leonard Myszka Gordon Walters Judy Bolton Marilyn Dellinger Richard Rudolph Jane Bingham Donald Miller Jean Murray Joe Murray Becky Petersen Tom Plantz Kenneth Seliger George Soldwisch Gary Mathes Gloria Myszka John Rich FIRST SEMESTER 1956-57 David Bolton Shirley Hundley Lois Menzel Carolyn Miller Gary Schatzberg Kay Gerholdt Jackie Murray Janice Cuvelier Melvin McMains Paul Miller Linda Cuvelier Gary Irwin Jerry Mark John Schild Jean Case Jim Menzel Donald Miller Virginia Miller Joe Murray John Rich THANKS: H JU, fi SECOND SE ME ST Betty Mathes Helen Smith Donna Mathes Carolyn Miller Marvin Lindaman Clarence Heise Janet Smith Leonard Myszka Richard Hundley Melvin McMains Gordon Walters Mike Bingham Ronald Lindaman Jack Miller Marilyn Dellinger Donald Miller Kenneth McMains Loretta Porath Jane Bingham Kenneth Seliger Tommy Plantz Joe Murray Gene Murray J'erry Johnson Tommy Benton HONOR ROLL SECOND SEMES Judy Benton Betty Mathes Delores Myszka Lois Menzel Gary Schatzberg Jackie Murray Kay Gerholdt Clarence Heise Janice Cuvelier Melvin McMains Paul Miller Linda Cuvelier Gary Irwin Jerry Mark John Schild Jean Case Jim Menzel Donald Miller Virginia Miller Paul Smith ER 1955-56 TER 1955-56 ELLIS INS. AGENCY iowA GOLDEN DAIRY FAGAN ELECTRIC co. ISREAL CLOTHING L. L. BOXWELL V. M. JESSEN Cedar Falls I CLASS NEWS SENIORS The seniors started the year by electing as officers: President, David Boltong Vice-President, Larry Schwabg Secretary, Nancy Crist, and Treasurer, Marvin Lindaman. The highlights of the year were freshman initiation, junior-senior banquet, the senior trip and the senior play. The class chose as its colors, lavender and gray, and chose the motto "Its not where we are, but in what direction we are going." Our class flower is white rose. JUNIORS The junior class elected these officers this year: President, Gary Smithg Vice-President, Jim Cuvelierg Secretary, Dick Marky Treasurer, Kay Crist, "Pleased ta Meetcha" was the play presented by the juniors last fall. All juniors were represented in the play either in the cast of characters or production. Class rings arrived in March. Every junior got a class ring. The junior-senior banquet was held May 10. SOPHOMORES The sophomore class started this 1956-57 year with twelve members. Losing Melvin McMains and Florence Jungling, we now have ten. Class officers elected were: President, Janice Cuvelierg Vice-President, Carol Messerlyg Secretary-Treasurer, Edna Mae Renning, FRESHMEN The freshman class officers for 1956-57 are: President, Gary Irwing Vice- President, Mike Bingham: Secretary-Treasurer, Judy Bolton, The freshman class had a theater party on February 16. They attended the Waterloo theater to see the show, "Hollywood or Bust." Sponsor was Mrs. Jones EIGHTH GRADE In the eighth grade we had fifteen members. On February 27, 1957 Kenneth McMains moved to Shell Rock, leaving a total of fourteen members. We have three officers, who are: Jean Case, Presidentg Kenneth McMains: Vice-President: and Donald Miller, Secretary-Treasurer. We had no class parties, but had a special party with the sophomores for Ken and Melvin McMains before they left, Our sponsor this year was Mrs. Smith. Other members of the class are: Tommy Benton, Jane Bingham, Jerry John- son, Jim Menzel, Virginia Miller, Gene Murray, Joe Murray, Becky Petersen, Tom Plantz, Loretta Porath, Kenneth Seliger and George Soldwisch. In junior high sports Loretta Porath and Ken Seliger won the boys' and the girls' single ping pong tournaments. SEVENTH GRADE Officers of the 1956-57 seventh grade were: Kenneth Crist, President: John Rich, Vice-President: Gary Mathes, Secretary-Treasurer. At the beginning of the year, the class numbered six, but midway in the first semester, Joe Ridder, formerly of Cedar Falls, joined the class, Social events for the year included two parties and a Weiner roast. Both parties were in Cedar Falls, The first one was in December at the home of the class sponsor, Mrs, Nell W. Blackg the second was the water show at the college early in May. The closing event was a Weiner roast at school one noon late in May, THANKS: BLACK HAWK COFFEE SHOP CORNER CUPBOARD BURT'S SPORT SHOP CUMMINGS JEWELRY STORE TRUST Sz SAVINGS BANK DR. M. G. ERICSSON ' DANISH MUTUAL LIFE INS. CO. Cedar Falls Class News Continued FIFTH AND SIXTH Nine sixth grade students and seven fifth grade students have attended the full year. Karen Belz, Sharon Kern, Sharon Zingg and Allen and Clara Hass attended part of the year. Activities carried on besides the regular school work were swim- ming, Gra-Y and participation in the Christmas pageant and grade operetta. THIRD AND FOURTH Mrs. Onalee Wickersham started teaching the third and fourth grades. There were nineteen pupils. In November Mrs. Betty Moore started teaching, During the year one pupil, Randy Zingg, moved away and seven new pupils were entered. Their names are Linda Miller, Larry Dellinger, Gary Beenken, Donald Beenken, Winni- fred Kern, Lawrence Fox, and Steven Hass. SECOND AND THIRD There are 15 boys and three girls in our room. In February we went on a field trip to a bakery and a dairy. Our room participated in one community program in March. A cooking unit in social studies was enjoyed. Many new reading books' were read by the group. Five second graders have had an A in spelling throughout the year. Grade operetta was participated in. FIRST First grade started the school year with 17 in the class, In two weeks Douglas King from California joined the class, then in three weeks Kenneth Rand moved to Clarksville. On February 1, we lost Jill Willey who moved to Shell Rock. Then around March 1 we gained three new girls, Lenita Sue Osborn, Mary Jane Hass and Cynthia Neidemeyer. This year first grade is in the regular first grade room. Room activities consisted of Halloween and Christmas parties and a Valentine box. All birthdays were observed, At the March community meeting the class dramatized "The Three Little Pigs." KINDERGARTEN This year there have been eleven children in kindergarten for three days a week--Monday, Wednesday and Friday. Special activities included: rhythm band at the last basketball game to advertise the polio driveg Community meeting program in which they rode the animals made in Mrs. Wickersham's art classes last year, galloped on their stick horsesg played musical chair and turned handsprings and summersaults. At Christmas time the Kindgergartners were in the pageant as a robed choir. An Easter egg tree featured the Easter season and later it "bloomed," CINDERELLA'S SLIPPER Approximately 90 children from kindergarten and the first six grades presented the operetta, VCindere1la's Slipper, April 3 and 5, Children that did not have character parts were in the choruses and dances. The production was given in costume and followed the old Cinderella story with additions. The mothers made costumes. Director-accompanist was Mrs. Helene Mc- Donald, Joe Murray was assistant accompanist, THANKS: RALPH'S MARKET ACE EOGDALL MOTOR CO. STUMPF OIL A, E, SMIDT FEED CO. VAUGHN'S TRUCK STOP A sf S BARBER SHOP LEONARD ANDERSON Janesville Cedar Falls XC-If-fljrl-W 7 CTIVITIES BOYS' BASKETBALL TEAM ROW ONE: Jim Cuvelier, Marvin Lindaman, David Bolton, Dick Mark, Larry Schwab. ROW TWO: Mr. Hovelson, Clarence Heise, Billy Murray, Gordon Walters Jim Soldwisch, Kenny Miller, Mr. land, Myron Schild, Gary Smith, Gary Schatzberg, Bruce Kern. Spier. ROW THREE: JerryBond, David Strick- Lynn Stevenson, Johnyn Christians, Paul Miller Finchford East Waterloo Finchford Hudson PLAYERS FG FT PF TP Finchford Dunkerton 11 Cfiizlifan 153 gg gg Q23 52225353 Biizviirtford D- Bolton 93 74 45 260 53225253 Sfiiiifild D Mark 88 74 65 250 . . ' h b 30 18 52 78 Finchford Allison L' SC.wa 4 7 2 15 Finchford Frederika C' Helse 2 2 8 6 Finchford Oran 2- 7 0 6 14 Finchford Shen Rock ' S iid . h O 0 O 0 Finchford Frederika J- 0.W1SC 5 5 18 15 Finchford Janesville 113 Sgmlgand 0 0 0 0 Finchford Denver ' . Finchford Oran G' Smlth 20 2? 22 sg Finchford Dunkerton L' SteYen.Son 3 O 0 0 Finchford Shell Rock J' Chrlstlans 10 16 8 36 Finchford Janesville P' Miner 0 0 0 0 Finchford West Waterloo G' Schatzberg Finchford Sacred Heart Finchford Sacred Heart THANKS: KEITH 8: PAUL BORGLUM GEORGE GRIEBENOW LYNN BRIDEN WAYNE MARK BOB MESSERLY RALPH MILLER ALVIN MILLER FRANK ACKERSON Finchford GIRLS' BASKETBALL TEAM ROW ONE: Coach Lloyd Spier, Helen Smith, Marilyn Dellinger, Bonnie Becker Edna Mae Renning, Judy Bolton. ROW TWO: Nancy Crist, Carolyn Miller, Rose marie Melichar, Florence Jungling, Deanna Myszka, Janet Smith, Kay Gerholdt Mrs. Smith. ROW THREE: Kay Crist, Donna Mathes, Shirley Hundley, Lois Men zel, Linda Cuvelier, Carol Messerly, Janice Cuvelier. INDIVIDUAL SCORING RECORDS PLAYERS FG FT PF TP R. Melichar 143 261 46 551 J. Cuvelier 67 42 26 176 J. Smith 101 33 25 235 C. Messerly 0 0 25 0 L. Menzel 0 0 50 0 K. Crist 0 0 76 0 D. Mathes 0 0 39 0 D. Myszka 0 0 50 0 S. Hundley 0 O 1 0 L. Cuvelier 2 1 2 5 C. Miller 0 0 26 0 F. Jungling 13 9 8 35 H. Smith 0 0 0 0 M. Dellinger 0 0 2 0 B. Becker O 0 O 0 E. Renning 21 10 7 52 J. Bolton 5 3 3 13 1956-57 GIRLS BASKETBALL SCHEDULE Finchford 42 Aplington 60 Finchford 49 Denver 45 Finchford 43 New Hartford 41 Finchford 73 Geneseo 69 Finchford 58 Frederika 69 Finchford 52 Oran 41 MASCOT Continued Finchford Finchford Finchford Finchford Finchford Finchford Finchford Finchford Finchford Finchford Finchford Finchford Finchford 46 Shell Rock 6 3 Fre de rika 57 Janesville 48 Denver 55 Reinbeck 62 Oran 61 Dunkerton 44 Shell Rock 34 Janesville 57 Ionia 67 Ionia 51 Dunketon 60 Reinbeck , 531 KM :ix CHEERLEADERS , 'QQ Q 9 ', xl: 8 TEA!! XM' 'Y QW? Donna Mathes 'X .Kay Crist Janice Cuvelier IHA ,Q Virginia Miller L":, ,, , m I 5 I Jean Case I, ' I Jane Bingham ,rw aiu- Q KING 9 QUEEN AND ATTENDANTS I ROW ONE: Judy Bolton, Rosemarie Melichar, Janice Cuvelier, Kay Gerholdt. ROW TWO: Jerry Mark, Jim Cuvelier, Larry Sch- wab, David Bolton. THANKS: TOWNSEND gl MERRILL ANNE'S CAFE TOWSLEY PRODUCE BECKER HARDWARE VAN MILLS PLUMBING BENZINE-WILSON DIX 81 RAWDON CORWIN FEED STORE NEW HARTFORD JANESVILLE Qmsmwnsam ' 1 ' GIRLS' IUNIOR HIGH SPORTS ROW ONE: Mr, Spier, Jane Bingham, Gloria Myszka, Judy Bolton, Mrs. Smith. ROW TWO: Becky Peterson, Loretta Porath, Linda Cuvelier, Marilyn Dellinger, Jean Case, Bonnie Becker, Virginia Miller. I f BOYS' IUNIOR HIGH SPORTS ROW ONE: Mr. Spier, Donald Miller, Joe Murray, John Case, Tommy Benton, Mr. Hovelson. ROW TWO: Gary Mathes, George Soldwisch, Kenny Crist, Dale Gerholdt, Mike Seliger, Jerry John- son, Jerry Mark, Kenny McMains, Tommy Plantz. ROW THREE: Johnny Rich, Gene Murray, Jimmy Menzel, Richard Rudolph, Gary Irwin, Ronnie Lindaman, Mike Bingham, Sherman Fox, Jackie Mil- ler, Kenneth Seliger, John Schild, Raymond Mobley. THANKS: SHEP'S STANDARD SERVICE WAVERLY AUTO SUPPLY STATE BANK WAVERLY HOME BAKERY UPTOWN CAFE WAVERLY IMPLE MENT WAVE RLY BASEBALL TEAM ROW ONE: Bruce Kern, Jerry Bond, Kenny Miller, Jerry Mark Mr. Spier. ROW TWO: Clarence Heise, Gordon Walters Jim Cuvelier, Billy Murray, Myron Schild, Gary Schatzberg ROW THREE: Larry Schwab, Gary Smith, Marvin Lindaman Dick Mark David Bolton, Paul Miller. 1956 BASEBALL SCORES Z 'M Finchford Sacred Heart .L Finchford Janesville Finchford Plainfield Finchford Sacred Heart Finchford Dunkerton X 'W Finchford Sacred Heart K Q Finchford Shell Rock X X Finchford Sacred Heart X Finchford Geneva Aft Finchford New Hartford xl Finchford New Hartford X Finchford Dunkerton Ei.- Finchford Shell Rock THANKS: JERRY'S LUNCH PRUIN BODY SHOP OSWEILER, HOME FOR AGED RENNING MOTOR PETTIJOHN HARDWARE ROMICK RADIO St TV SHELL ROCK PLAYS JUNIOR CLASS PLAY PLE'ASED TA MEETCHA Characters Martha Bixby, the mother . , . . Kay Gerholdt Henry Bixby, the father . , . , Gary Smith Betty Bixby, their daughter , ,,,, Kay Crist Binks, the butler . .... . . . . . . . . . . Billy Murray Marie, the maid . . .... . . . . . . . . . . Janet Smith Elmer Hicks, fresh from the country . . . , Jim Cuvelier Beevy, a detective ,,.,,, .,,,,,,,,,, P aul Hum Archie Pomeroy, one of Betty's boyfriends . . Dick Mark i Andrew Grimes, who claims to be a detective ......... Lynn Stevenson xl Helen Maxwell, girl friend of Betty'S .... Carol Creighton Ruth Adams, another girl friend ,,,,,,, Jackie Murray Howard Wills, a boy friend ,.,,,. . . , Clarence Heise 454 SENIOR CLASS PLAY ROBINSON CRUSOE Characters Ellen Robinson, a direct descendant of Robinson Crusoe ....... Helen Smith Meta Robinson, her timid sister ,...................,. . Carolyn Miller Mrs. Dwight Robinson, their beautiful and accomplished mother . . . Shirley Hundley Robinson Crusoe, who is exiled to a desert island ,,,,,, ,,,,, D avid Bolton Friday, his faithful negro servant .... ......... . . . David Strickland Mrs. Pierpont Drake, vain and artificial . . ..... ..... N ancy Crist Emily Drake, her pretty daughter . . ..... ..... D onna Mathes Ethel Carthwright, a traveling missionary , . ,...,., Lois Menzel Donna, a beautiful slave girl . . . .......... . . Rosemarie Melichar Jeff Snyder, in love with Emily , , ,..,... ,,,,,, L arry Schwab Ben Hawks, who is out for himself ........ . . . Gary Schatzberg Captain Frederick Salvatore, a Spanish Captain , , , , , , , , , , , , Marvin Lindaman A dramatization based on Defoe's popular adventure story, Robin Crusoe, THANKS: AB: W ROOT BEER STAND BEEBE PAINT AND WALLPAPER BABCOCK NURSERY BEUHRER FOOD MARKET BANTZ PLUMBING Sa HEATING BOGAN'S SERVICE STATION Waverly m BOYS' QUARTET LEFT ice Cuvelier, Lois Men- zel, Linda Cuvelier. LEFT TO RIGHT: Gor- don Walters, Dick Mark, David Strickland, Paul Hum, Mrs. Jones. GIRLS' TRIO SEXTET THANKS: LEFT TO RIGHT: Judy Bolton, E d n a Henning, Janice Cuvelier, L o i S Menzel, Linda Cuvelier, Jackie Murray, Mrs. Jones. JANESVILLE GROCERY JANESVILLE MILL JANESVILLE LOCKER KENDALL STORE JANESVILLE LUMBER CO. Ix',XVORETTE'S BEAUTY SHOP JANESVILLE PIANO CLASS ROW ONE: Cathe Gerholdt, Mary Lou Messerly, Edna Briden, Lin- da Schurrnan, Leslie Mark, Mrs. McDonald. ROW TWO: Joe Mur- ray, Robin Renner, Virginia Miller, Janice Schurman, Jerry Mark, Tommy Mark, Johnny Gerhoidt. f n. ACCORDION CLASS . X . 4531. '1 73 ' TSA U41 ,2.'1'.- I WW THANKS: ROW ONE: Darre11Creighton, Dick Mess- erly. ROW TWO: Bonnie Becker, Joe Ackerson, Gloria Myszka. HANK'S SHOE SHOP IOWA PUBLIC SERVICE H. E. MILLER JACOI3'S REPAIR SHOP HENRY FRERICKS JEBES SHELL ROCK BA NTER STAFF ROW ONE: Mr. Smith, Shirley Hundley, Lois Menzel, Kay Ger- holdt, Dick Mark, Mrs. Black. ROW TWO: Kenny McMains, Jer- ry Mark, Jane Bingham, Loretta Porath, Carol Creighton, Carolyn Miller, Virginia Miller, Donald Miller. ROW THREE: Edna Ren- ning, Donna Mathes, Rosemarie Melichar, Janice Cuvelier, Mar-, ilyn Dellinger, Judy Bolton, Bonnie Becker, Kay Crist, Melvin Mc- Mains. ROW FOUR: Linda Cuvelier, Carol Messerly, Gary Irwin, Clarence Heise, Jim Cuvelier, Gordon Walters, Paul Miller, Paul Hum, Gary Schatzberg, Nancy Crist, Carol Storm, Helen Smith. THE STAFF Editor ..... . . . ...... . . .Lois Menzel Assistant Editor ............. Kay Gerholdt Sports Desk. . Features . . Reporters Production . . Circulation. . Exchange . News Adviser Production and . . . . Dick Mark, Paul Miller, Jane Bingham, Judy Bolton, Jerry Mark Donald Miller, Edna Renning . . .Shirley Hundley, Carol Messerly Bonnie Becker, Carol Creighton, Kay Crist, Marilyn Dellinger, Gary Irwin Kenneth McMains, Carolyn Miller Virginia Miller, Loretta Porath Carol Storm, Gordon Walters Gary Schatzberg, Jim Cuvelier, Paul Hum, Donna Mathes, Janice Cuvelier Melvin McMains, Nancy Crist, Rose- Marie Melichar . . . .Clarence Heise, Linda Cuvelier ..............He1enSmith ..........Mrs. NellW. Black Business Adviser .... R. G. Smith The Blue Jay Banter, published monthly by the students of Finchford consolidated school, Janesville, Iowa, is a member of the National Scholastic Press association and the Iowa High School Press association. THANKS: CARVERS DEIKE IMPLEMENT CO CHESTNUT'S CORNER MARKET DR. HEMINGWAY C. R. BAKER DR. H. H. BRIERLY WAVE RLY W, I j Iniiinfion Q 'Beevj 3Cl1iNJ 'lhc 9 be SEETIYOME-tLl3'C I Q 'N 'Pm fd ic f TJ? 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