Fort Dodge High School - Dodger Yearbook (Fort Dodge, IA)

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U, , . , , , , . . . , , . . , . . ,,f ,, LLARLNLI LRAL NlC,hLl1 Prncnpml HIS ANNUAL IS a cross sect1on exh1b1t of the l1fe of our h1gh school In lt the or ganlzatlon, effrclency, and general sp1r1t of the school are manxfest m a permanent way It IS a satrsfactxon to note that from year to vear thns publlcatlon dep1cts a greater lrfe 1n a larger school Our alms and purposes are much the same, but growth IS 1n ev1dence throughout our 1nst1tut1on, growth 1n num bers, 1n currxculum, 1n extra currlcular ac t1v1t1es, 1n effrclency of product1on, and 1n sp1r1t of the student body Soc1ally, as well as ln scholarsh1p, we hope to compare favor ably wlth the best h1gh schools of our land -Clarem 6 E Nu klv page thlrleen N :1'i : A' " ' i " . 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I A 1 1 l u v 1 A page sixteen J Gough D Holman F Shannon L Guernsey L Ben7 L Corey M Elner F Fry F Nordman F Cooper FACULTY IOHN B GOUCH Allison Iowa LESTER G BENZ Cincinnati Ohm Mzltlzematzfs Athletic Comb Ml1fl7F1tldfll s Assistant Comb Upper Iowa B A Morningside College A B Graduate Work University of III1no1s Graduate Work University of Iow1 University of Minnesota Notre Dame. University of Ohio University of California Krrp your rgzs ou your oun puprr That reminds mu 0 another story LUCILI1 COREY Fort Dodge. Iowa DORA HOLMAN Mason Csty Iowa Onbrstru Gln' Clubs IlfI'dfbtIIIl1fIl8 Northwestern University University of Iowa B A I you zould just bear bow that soumls Graduate Work-Chicago University Columbia University MILDRFD L ILLNLR Moorhead Minnesota Don t let me fhange jour mind until you Voz ul Music are commend Drake University Nou junplr Im nullg slmzre about this I THEL SHANNON Fort Dodge Iowa Matlzrmatzfs Ecluzutzon Psgcbologg III IZABITH I1 FRY Fairfield Iowa Iumor College Malin mains Morningside College B A Parsons College B A University of Iowa M A Graduate W'ork-Columbia University Lzt s In more rurfful with our chalk ana' string University of Iowa I would I I could but I cant LA RUE GUFRNSEY Bloomfield Iowa Geometry FLORENCE NORDMAN Waverly Iowa Des Moines University B. S. Pbjsifal Education Graduate Work-University of Iowa Unis ersity of Iowa B. S. Unixersity of Minnesota Is that the best you ran zlo? Now that throrrnz isnt right. FRED N. COOPER Detroit Miehigall Pbysiral Eilufation College of American Gymnastic Union "All right pipe ilou n aml answer roll. H Bloxom F Dlx K Nlauthe I VICKIHSIFW W Phares 'VI Muller I Cartwright L Goeldner R Dewey I Hclgwon FACULTY H LYNN BLOXONI Pratt Kansas Phjmc Phjvchologj Blolugj Gzomelrg Algrbra Gfmral Selmer Southwestern College B A Som: zla5 lbaf may rom: 111 handy I LORLNCE E DIX Rock Rapids Iowa Biology Des Momes Unlversxty B S Umversnty of Iowa M S Graduate Work University of Iowa Wa wus! nrmmbzr ibut lllfll ammalx uon I buff uv KATHLRINF VIAUTI-II: Washmgton Iowx German Botany Pbyszography Blologg Grologj Unnersxty of Iowa B S Graduate Work Umversnty of Iowa Chncago Umversnty Lets Ialzr' our uorle xenouslj J A McKINSTRY Cedar Falls Iowa Phyurul Trummg Drafhng Woorluork Pkg rn al Grograplag Iowa State Teachers College Graduate XVork Unnverslty of Iowa LII v rut ou! 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CLASS OF 1930 Not on the he1ghts but cl1mb1ng Four profxtable years of study by the members of the class of 1930 as the1r motto 1nd1cates have not created the false ldea that Wlth the recelpt of a d1ploma all educat1on ceases To go wlth the1r ambltrous slogan the semors chose the L1ly of the Valley as thelr class flower and old rose and s1lver grey as thexr colors Gu1d1ng the affa1rs of the class are 1ts off1cers ohn Wool1ngton pres1dent Wllbur Rush v1ce pres1dent Robert Howxe secretary and Elwood Sanford treasurer For the 1mportant task of selectmg a su1table rlng Naoml Fel lows Everett Blomgren Stanley Green Hazel Moore and lVIarjor1e Ne1ll were chosen Flower motto and colors were studled by Mary Nelson Hazel Rhodes Beatrxce Goodman Ronald Barnes and Robert Kenyon A comm1ttee Frances Llpp Patr1c1a Welch Marjorle Rob1nson oe Ams worth and John Flynn were respons1ble for choosxng the announcements The selectlon of a glft commemoratmg the class was dlrected by Betty Evans Rlchard Welch R1chard Merryman Harold Mattfeld and Fllza beth Blddmger Gladys Karl and Carl Larsen are Student COUHC1l representat1ves Naoml Fellows and Robert Jenson Athlet1c Councll and R1chard Merryman Gertrude Warner Betty Evans and Frank Ramsden Forens1c League M1ss Hlghland MISS Wherry Mr Blovzom and M1ss L1k1ns were selected as the adv1sers and p1loted the class through two part1es the play comm1ttee work commencement and class day gu1d1ng them well through all the detall necessary to complete a senlor year ,K N x W e . f 4 J f. 7 A 9 ll 9, V. ,R .f ' ,V . 1 ,'f' 1 ,I sr 5 af' l, ,, KE 5 J , A ky W, V , , l 4, , ,wa J, ., 4 K . K Q' ,A A if 'V . 2 f at M .,V. r, V 4 If 4 " A f :fps f fi A . ohn W'oolin ton Wilbur Rush, Robert Howie, Ellwood Sanford , g v me ' - ' 99 - , . 9 9 . , - .. - ' 9 9 9 ' 9 9 . , ' 9 9 9 9 1 ' 9 9 9 9 9 9 ' 9 9 9 9 " , . 9 9 9 4 9 1 ' . . . . . . 9 9 9 9 x 9 - , , .L 1 A , 9 9 9 9 9 S page mneter' 1 VERA MAE ACKLEY "Dub" "I x Mk ill ll llIOIl.Vfl'0II.Y lilflr' l'oi1'1'. Xollcyball 4. ColIe3.,c-Undecided ocation Steno5,rapl1y AUSTRID ANDPRSON Austy D1rf111rl11111 111ll'1 tl 111 rrr 1111 C xrl Reserves I 2 Baseball 3 Mayor Study Sclenec College-Undecided Vocatlon Undecided fx! DOROTHY fXNDl:,RSON Dot Ann 'lbr vllll small 10111 0 gran t111 1 New Mexneo State Tcaehers Hug Sllwer City Girl Reserves 4 Vol lcyball 4 Basketball 4 Major Studies History lzngllsh C ollege-New 'Vlexuco St1te Teachers OC'IIl0l1 Undeeldcd QLADY S BABCOCK Baba Wor1lx mn! at laom y VUIII ly 1 11125 dzrhllcd Gxrl Reserves 12 3 4, Jumor Com Hl6'l'Cl3l Club 2 3 4 Engllsh Clux 3 4 Llttle Dodger Reporter 3 Dodger Staff 4 focatlon Private Seeretary LUCILI L BALLSTADT Lou 4 7IIlYfYf'YY of berwl le! uhaf ulll bf fall Howlxng Hundred 4 Girl Reserve Mayor Studies Lzntm Vlathenmtxe Englrsh College+jun1or College ocatlon Undecxded page f1L'E11fJ A f 'i ff, Y afmw , ., ,fmggawf fa 1' we ami 24 ' i2Q"1W1f4i1'f'f' W5 V , '54 A lOl' I SWORTH I-111 IOIIYIIAK 111o1111f1fb Tblfb 1rav1011 H1 Y 3 4 Wrestlmg Scrubs 23 r r Vlayor S udnex El'H,llSl1 Mathemnt rcs nstorv C lllEQ.,C Undecided X oeatxon Undcclded DONALD AND! 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' ' ' Ref if ,ws - 1 ' 54' 'nw' Mfg' 2 1 RONALD BARNI S Ronnie Ilfurb ian be mmf o an Irlv man 1 hi In ruuqbf young Shows Shop 3 President 4 H Y 3 4 Student Council 3 Football 7 3 4 C ass Basketball I 2 3 4 C ass Pax 3 Show Shop Play 3 Bus: ness Nianagtr of Dodger 4 Stn: mr P ay Xhjor Studies Niathtmatits In isa C ollegt unior Colltbe Ames X oC1tion Structural lngincerin lil' LPN Bl Rf.: our bfarls llum lv zu 1 you Commercial Club 4 Girl Restrxts Yollex ball 3 4 Major Studies fypinj, Shortlnnd College-Undecided Xocatiori Stenography l Vi Ri'-1-T f BLOMGRI IN Iur bs x ui good u 11,014 1 any on mrllw Gee Club 34 Y 34 l'nglisl Club 2 3 4 S ow Shop 34 Prtsl dent 3 National Forensic Ltagut Debate 2 WOFCHSIL League 3, unior ass Play 3 Dodger Ed itor 4 owa High School Chorus 4 Opetetta 3 4 Principal 4 Major Studies History English Language Mathtmatits College-Lndecided Vocation Architecture l LIZABPTH W BUCHNNI l I 4fnll.mnr1mf gnu: lj on C irl Restrus I2 4 Show Shop 7 Latin Club I unior Commtr ual Club 4 Basketball 2 4 Vol- leyball 2 4' Senior Play. Major Study-Languages College-M. E. Hospital lhiladel- p ia N ocation-'Nlursing ROBFRTA JEAN BYERHOFF "Bobby jean" 'Hur bvurf ix warm uml xglll- 5011112 Ponca City High School Ponca City. Oklahoma' Des Nloines Iowa. Latin Club 4' Girl Reserves 4. Major Studies-Language History College-Undecided X ocation-Undecided THON1-XS Bl NW AY S1 lllum b Xlllllt! Cluss huttenball Class Bxstball X1 xjor Studies Nhthtnmuts I lush History Coll gt Undecided Xotltion Undetidtd l I IYABI'-LH BIDDINGFR Pat Kelli l mul aflrazfnz lzunl o gunz Quill and Scroll 4 Secretary 4 Girl tserx as 3 ce rcs: Houli undred 3 Llttlt D te l-dntor 4 Bdsket all L, .4 .bay at Xjolljjwll S nlo Il X x1ljmSfUdlLS- llSll Latin Nlathtmatics :story Lolltge Undqtlded XCXXIIIOY1 Undetided LI ONA BRADLEY Tfn Qlllflt mum' by guzllz ilfffx 1 fenoun Iumor Commercial Club 4 N a or Studies Shorthand Tvpm College Undecided Y otatxon Undecldtd RALPH BUTZIER 'Butzn H ' ix tl grea! obxvrwr. Class Basketball 3' unior Class Play 3' Christmas Play 4' Little Dodg- er 2' Senior Play. Major Studies-English Mathe- matics College 5 unior College Nocation-lixecutivc in Scout work HERBERT CARLSON "Hub ' "Ob! bvs ll run' 0111 frlloux Hi-Y 4' junior Commercial Club 4' Howling Hundred 3' Class Bas- ketball 2. Major Studies-English, Mathe- matics College-Ames Vocation-Drafting page fllffllf-1'-Olll IAMTS CARLSON m Good to bc' mvrm' and wzse H1 Y 4 Show Shop 4 Major Studxes Enghsh Mathe matucs College-Undecided Nocatnon Draftmg VINCENT CERVENE Feggon Vmny I-Ir' knouv uhat is what Major Studxes Engllsh History College-Iowa State Vocatnon Electrxcran ROBERT CHEXV Hu wzt 17111105 by I5 0011 to form Newton Hugh c ta Rho 4 Major Stud athemat ncs Hxs ry College rake Xocatxon Adve m RLTH COATS Ruthie Ilzgnnt as Sllflflllflfj and warn as rfstarj Grrl Reserves 12 3 4 Show Shop 1 2, Ho Hu d B Dodger 4 and Orches tra 3 4 Sh w Orchestra 4 Major Stu tory Englnsh College-Junxor College Vocatmon Undecided ORVILLE COX He nothing common 11111 or mean Band 3 4 Major Studles Engllsh Mathc matxcs College-Iowa State College Vocatlon Engmeermg page twenty two in v or JOHN CAWELTI acl: For I knou hr taketh more dvlfgbt 0 1 ments and Des Monnes H1 Y um Commerclal Club 4 Glce Band 4 Orchestra 4 Nlajo Sudxes History Englrsh Colege-Jumor College VKJCBCIOH Teachmg MURNICI' CHELBERG Micky loolv are my theme let satzre be my song junxor Commercnal Club 4 Grrl Re serves 4 Volleyball 1234 Fla Contest 3 Major Srudles-Commercral College-Ft Dodge Business Collcgt Vocatnon Bookkeepmg CLEVELAND Dot here mon' xx meant than meets the eyz' Englrsh Club 4 Gnrl Reserves 1 2 3 Glee Club 3 4 Volleyball 4 Op eretta 3 4 Llttle Dodger Reporter 3 Band 1 2 3 Orchestra 2 3 4 Major SCl1d1CS Latm Enghsh College-Mmnesota Vocatmn Undecxded DO OTHY OLLINS Dobbs m as the Jay 15 long 2 Gxrl Reserves 2 owlr Hundred 3 Swxmmmg 2 4 asketball 3 4, Volleyball 3 Baseball 1 2 M o Stud1es Languages HISEOFQ Co hxcago Academy of Art Vocatlon Art MILDRLDI CROSBY lvllcky Love me llttle low me long Baseball 1 2 3 Volleyball 1 2 3 Ba ketball 1 't 3 Major Study Mathematxcs College-Undecided Yocatxon Nursing 2 , B 1 ...Ii ., 1 H - - U j . 5 , . - K , 1 X .' 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NHLDRED M CROSBY Sin' makes xolrtude the cuusc 0 prare jumor Commercial Club 3 4 Major Study History Collegellrakc Umversnty Vocauon Undecxded REVA DAVIS Davey Wbalezrr is uortb doing at ull is uorth doing ucll Gnrl Reserves 4 Vlajor Studies English Mathemat ncs Latm College-jumor College Vocatxon Undecxded NORMAN DILOCKER Normxe A 1103 v urll IT the wind x wzll H1 Y 3 4 Latm Club I 2 quaestor 2 English College-Iowa State Vocation ElectrxcalEngmeer1ng ALVVIN DULKER Sunnv It rx a uorld to we Knttenball 24 Little Dodger Ac countant 4 College-Undecided Vocation Drafting MARY DUSHEK Tubby I am a part of all that I have mr! Gnrl Resers es 1 2 Lxttle Dodger Typnst 3 4 Dodger Typist 4 Major Study Latm College-Undeclded Vocauon Stenography RALPH CROSBY Crllt Llsk me no quexhonx and III lell you no lbs Class Basketball l 2 3 4 Major Studxes Englnsh Mathe nuucs College-Undeclded Vocatnon Arthltectural Draftmg IOLA DICKERSON O e Mer rj umlrr cncumvtum: jumor Commercnal Club 4 Short band Team novice 3 Volleyball Major Study Hnstory College-Undecnded Xocatmn Stenograplly LTHYLN DOWWING tx Mj heart IY frm uv :tml College-Undeudtd Vocation Booklteepmg and Typmb RAYMOND E DURSCHMIDT Ray Lou took up the glass o Tzmr' und turnnl it In his glowing bands ithletxc Councll 4 Secretary and Treasurer 4 Football 1 2 Major Study Mathcmatxcs College-Undecxded XOCBIIOH Electrncal Engineering RAYMOND EVERETT ELLIOT Ray I bane oflrn rzgrettml my spa-rfb mner mg silence Major Study Mathemaucs College-Undecxded Vocatnon bndecxded page twenty three' I . er ' f U! , . - . K s ll ' 1' H . , V as , y , - ' It ul l E .. V . V . . . V . 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Club 4 Vlaror Studxts Hrstory Suenct English College-University of Mmnesota Vocatron-Commercral Art De slgnmg DUANL K FRANTZ Weenie Men of zu uorzlr an Ihr buf H1111 Wfrestlnng I 7 34 Krtttnball l 2 3 'Major Studies Irnglrsh Nlathe matrcs College Undecrded Nocatron Undtudtd flu Q1 lu only our BFTTY AWN IVANS n xuulnl gurlaml lo Ibn xuuhvl mural Knmball Hugh Kimball S Dalt rl Rescrwes 3 Music Charrman 4 Delta Rh: 4 Forensrc League 4 Deelamatsry Little Dodg Rtpmr cr 3 Department Fdrtor 4 Shou Shop Orchestra 4 Band 3 Cvlee Club 4 Operetta 4 All State Chorus 4 Girls Quartette 4 Major Studnes Hrstory Englrsh College Lmvcrsrty of M1nnesot1 Xocunon Publuc School Musnc NAOMI MAY FFLLOWS Nomle Sbr rv prolly lo walk wzlh And urllg to laik mth Aml plrawnl loo lo lb nk on latm Club 2 3, Gnrl Reserves l 7 Delta Rho 34 Presrdent 4 Ath letlc Council 4 Glee Club 34 Operetta 3 4 Vapor Studies Latin Mathematics College Iumor College oeatnon-Offnce Wfork IOHN FLYNN Johnnie Prnlr IS ul tbl' bottom o Il grral mzslakcv Mayor Study English College-Undecnded ocatmn Undecldtd 'QC THPIMA LORRAINE FOSTFR Tham Sunllg don sh: :funk aml mon X olleyball 2 Major Study Languages College-Undecnded Xocatron Ttathmg fa GAROLD I ROST Garry 'Xml uhzn a lady x In lhe tau l on know all olher things gnc plan H Y 3 4, Howlmg Hundred 3 Class Secretary and Treasurer 2 W restlmg Scrubs 3 4 ru Dodger Staff 34 Business Man ager 4 Orchestra I 2 3 4 Glet Club 3 4 Operetta 34 Major Study Mathematncs College-Undeuded Xocauon Undecrded Q i 2 ..Ji ,, A I I , . . jr ' , ss . . 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I, Curl Rtstrxts mas mp 5 ui S Ihnqutt C ummitttt 3 Dcclim Littlc I30di.,cr Rtporttr culitmn 4 Dodbtr Stat! 4 Howl mg, Hundrtd 3 Xlilor Studies latin Inblish C ollt,.,t unmr C 1 tht mu. s of x1lIIllL5OfJ Xutation Nursing, RUTH HAI3I'NICHT B1 X I lmlr uolmly lun: llmnti u :Ib fbi uurlll unior Commtrcul Club -I Caltt C lub 3 4 Curl Rcscrxcs 4 X ollu ball 34 Ihsltctball 3 Bastba 3 Optrttta 34 Colltgc Undccldtd Xocatlon Bookkccpini, C IORCJI HARLFSS 1 C nu! 111 me full bun lor In 111114111114 n rl Latin Club I 2 English Club Z 3 H1 Y 234 Student Council 4 Prckidtnt 4 Football Scrubs l X arsnty 'I 3 4 Basketba I'rack 2 Golf 2 3 Interclass Ixit tcnball l Dodger Izngrawng I'd itor 4 Xlalor Studits History Xlathtmat I nglish Ia C,ollti,c University of Iowa X ocation-Undecided MARTHA HAUGITY "XIartie" "Shu nun' brr youfh lik ' a lrlavfc fork .' vdlbrr. , Delta Rho 3 4' Shpw Shop 1' Howl- ing Hundred 5'.'Debate Club 42 Xo cyball 1,23 Basketball 1,21 Debate i4".I nior Class Play: Dell. 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A I U ANNA RODENBORN Ann Hard working steady and faith ul IS she Kind and good as one can be Gnrl Reserves 2 3 4 Delta Rho Howlmg Hundred 3 Little Dodg er Staff 4 Dodger Staff 4 Major Studles Englnsh Latm Mathematlcs Scxence College-St Mary s of Wfoods Indiana Vocatnon Undecsded WILBUR RUSH Latm Club 2 H1 Y 3 4, Class V cf. presndent 4 Wrestlmg Student Manager 4 Major Studies Mathematxcs English College-Jumor College Vocatson Undecided WINIFRED M SCHIVE Wlnnxe Shes always just the same Shows dependahxlrty and halam rare Glee Club 3 4 Gurl Reserves 14 Mayor Study Languages Collegejumor College Vocatnon Teachmg CHARLES STEMPEL Chuck Somehmes I just sit and thznk And sometimes I just sxt Orchestra l 2 H1 Y 3 4 Track 2 3 4 Football 4 Major Studies Hxstory English College-Junnor College Vocatlon Dancmg FOSTER STOCKING 1 Hrs fiends best know his true worth Chemnstry Club 4 Ma1orStud1es Mathematxcs Scxence College-Ames Vocatnon-Chemnstry page thirty two A ROSE RUBl:NSTEIN Rosy Some are and must he smarter than others jumor Commercnal Club 2 3 4 Eng lush Club 3 4 Gnrl Reserves 12 Little Dodger Accountant 3 College-Undecided Vocation-Office Work ILLWOOD SANFORD So small and artwe but you rl nezer guess How murh he has that makes sueeess Delta Rho 4 Howling Hundred 5 Class Treasurer 4 Class Basket ball 2 Basketball Scrubs 3 Var snty 4 Track 3 4, Inter class Knt tenball 2 Dodger Sports Edntor 4 Mayor Studxes Mathematncs Fnglnsh Collegz+Unlvers1tv of Iowa Vocatnon l:lectncalEngmeer1ng A ,SCHWENDEMANN Fntv Elffjfhlflg Comes Io those uho waz! If they work while they walt jumor Commercial Club 4 Mayor Studnes Languages Mathc matncs College Undecxded Xtcatnon Radio Engmecrlng Rl CIN -KLD STINE Reg 411 aztne mind ideas :leur fllll of fun t171d10llJ ever Basketball 4, Track 4 Major Studxes Latm Mathematncs English College-Drake Umversxty Vocatxon Undectcled ROWPNA STUDEBAKER Stude Oh' for a seat in some poetic nook Inst hal ullh Inu and sparklmg ulfh a brook Curl Reserves 2, Howllng Hundred 3 Basketball 3 Nolleyball 2 3 Lxfe Savung 3 Declam 1 3 Lxttle Dodger Reporter 3 Glee Club 4 Orchestra 4 Mayor Study Htstory College-Unxversnty of Southern Calnforma Vocatson Dramatxe Work Qt ul f H . , f , ' U , , 5 4, , S ' ' 1 ' , . X ' . . . . ., a n ,I , . ' v - N , A , . . ,, I - I rr- , . , n S y I UB- ln 5 . , - 3 1 . . , -, Izl - , H - , ' 1 . , , , - U . y ' . - , , r . , - l 5 , s ' ' 4 , - - . 5 . T ! ff , , , I , T . . ,, - 1 ' . ' . . , , . : - Operetta 4. I ' ' ' u - n L' H ' ' Q . . ' I . y , . . ,, - y - ,, . . . , ,N . . . . , , - ' ' ' .U s S ' s 5 ' s 1 S . M ! 4 l I i . , Y .,, - , , ' rl I n ' , ' , Bll H - I. , . ,, C 1 , n - - ,A ,, . - 7 . , , , . S , 3 S Q A - KATHARINE I STUMP Kally Hfff' IS a fflafl gfllffflfl Light of heart and step is she Howlxng Hundred 3 4 Major Studnes Shorthand Typmg College-Undecnded X ocatlon Stenography JOHN THOBABEN ack With tozce most cordial Il :loes one good to hear Latm Club 23 Chemnstry Club 4 Major Studles English Science Hxstory College-jumor College Vocatmon Undecxded JOSEPH TIMMONS 0 y Work? Whats work? Where han' I heard that word before? Sacred Heart School 1 2 3 'Major Studies Languages Mathe matxcs College-Undeclded RUDOLPH VEVLE Rudy A lad who n :er spoke a uselesr word Major Studnes Enghsh Mathe matncs Scxence College-junlor College Vocatnon Electncal Engmeenng l'l..l.A VIT I run! think what tht Lllclzrns hz r mzmr rs Basketball l 2 3 4 Baseball l 2 3 4 Volleyball l 2 3 4 Major Studles Typing Shorthand Bookkeepmg College-Undecided Vocatxon Stenography ROBERT TAYLOR B0 A man who hlushes IS hrttcr lhan one who turns pale Delta Rho 4 Baseball 12 3 Class Basketball 1 2 Major Study Mathematxcs Chxlege-Undecnded ocatnon Flectr1calEngmeermg DTTH THOMAS Mary smile a blush a glame a fnrl In other uords a bunny girl mor Commercial Club 2 5 4 Eng lush Club 3 4 Glrl Reserves l 2 3 umor Commercnal Club Treas urer 3 Volleyball 3 Shorthand Team 3 Lnttle Dodger Typlst 4 Collector 3, Glee Club 3 4 College-Undecxded VOCRIIOD Prlvate Secretary HAROLD A VARLEY knows himself or what h 1 Sac Cnty Hugh 1 2 Show Shop 3 4 Chemlstry Club 4 Student Coun cnl 4 Hugh School Electrlcnan 3 4 Major Studnes Engllsh Mathc matscs Sclence College--Iowa State College X ocatnon Electrical lzngmeermg l lLl..ll: VIT What s III u nam: 3' jumor Commercxal Club 4 Basket b 1 2 3 4 Volleyball 1 2 3 4 Baseball l 2 3 4 Major Studses Typlng Shorthand Bookkeepmg C0llEg6iUhdECldCd Vocatson Stenography MURIILL VOG CISSV Beauty lnes with kmulness junnor Commercnal Club 4 Gnrl Rc serves 1 Z 3 Major Study Bookkeepmg College-Undeclded X ocatnon Beauty Culture page thirty three ll rt ' I U . , N ' n . . U E , , . , , ' , A , , . -' .. b.. ff f - U 5 n 1 5 , . 1 . ' . . .' HJ ,. -, H . ,. . ,, , . . ' -4 s 5 . 5 V - l l wry ' 4 ti Y! I Y i - I I ' 4 ' A , - ,, V' a S 9 u S J ., 4 ' Q I . I , : , A ..D d ,, , , 1 rr y . , . . H , , - . - , - VOC2Ii0n-Sglesmanship "His very quiet shows a man who , . ' f t' 'sf' ' ' , 9 , : 5 . . 3 , . A ' , - , , M n I , . -4 . . . . U A 1 ' ' . , 4 rr 1 - , n . . g - all , , , 9 , , , 2 , , . - -W H ! 1 UE1. A ' H , A ' . K - , - D , , , Q , , , a , , , - . - , v ' ' ll ' V7 1 rr - 7 ' ' - n . . 3 . - , , - , . A . , fn v GRACE B WARLAND Re She has an axr of gladness and a smile Curl Reserves 2 3 umor Commer clal Club 4 Mayor Studses Typewrstmg Shorthand College-Undecsded Vocation Stenography GERTRUDE WARNER There uas u so I and puzsuc gran' A east of Ibougbt upon ber ace Glrl Reserves 1 2 Howlmg Hundred 3, Latsn Club l 2 3 4 Delta Rn 3 4, Forenssc League 4 Latm Club Pressdent 4 Band 2 3 4 Vscc Presxdent 4 Freshman Declam Lsttle Dodger Staff 3 Lincoln Oratorscal Contest, Dodger Staff 4 Latm Club Orchestra 3 Mayor Studies English Latm College-Unnerssty of New Mexnco V anon Secretarual Work ELLNE J WEAVER Beans A pnneess among alhleles IV sh Howhng Hundred 2 3 Baseball 1 2 3 4 Volleyball I 2 3 4, Basketball I " 3 4 Lsfe Savmg 3 College-Undecsded IRMA WHS5 Soxs O soflul manners mmf fried km: Lone 0 peace and rlend o human kind Volleyball 2 Mayor Studses Hxstory Typm College-Michael Resse Chicago Vocatnon Nurse RICHARD WELCH Dick A semoro atlsletxe um:- ln ihat lzm' bas nolbmg lo gam n ssh Club 1234 H Y 2 Treasurer 4 Presndent Athlet Councsl 4 Football 1 2 3 Varss 8 4 Track 2 3 Varsx 4KInt class Basketball l stten League 2 3 Glee Clu Mayor Studses Hsstory Draftmg College- umor College Vocatson Undecsded page thirty four I ELEANOR WARNER 1 Famous or what she IJ able Io do Humboldt Hugh 12 Gsrl Reserves 3 Fnghsh Club 3 4 Basketball 3 Volleyball 3 Baseball 3 Class Play 3 Dodger Staff 4 Band 34 Mayor Studses Hsstory Englssh Collegelunmr College Vocatxon Undecsded XVENDELL WATERMAN Wendy Aluays wears a grxn and seem In enyoy if Pnghsh Club 4 Band 1234 Pep Band 4 Manager 4 Glee Club 2 3 4 H1 Y 4, Chemsstry Club 4 Football Scrubs 3 4 Basketball 2 3 Track Scrubs 2 3 HOWARD WEBSTER keeping Howlsng Hundred 1 Football Scrubs 2 Orchestra I 2,3 4 Band l,2,3 Mayor Studscs Latm Fnglssh Mathematncs College-Ohm State Vocation Mcdycme ,PATRICIA WELCH Patty X Age zannol ulther ber nor zustom sfall Hzr mffnle vanely Delta Rho 23 Treasurer 4 Latsn Club 3 Show Shop 12 Howlxn Hundred 3 Class Treasurer l Athletse Councsl 3 Volleyball 3 Basketball 2 Little Dodger Rc porter 3 , Assocsate Edstor Dodger 4 Glee Club 4 Operetta 4 Mayor Study Languages College-Junior College Umvcrssty Southern Calsforma Vocation-C mmercsal Artsst PAULINF V ESSAR Carr' szts lightly on her sbon 1 ers Gsrl Reserves 1 2 3 4 Latm Club 2 junsor Commercsal Club 3 4 Typ mg Team 4 Shorthand Team 4 Mayor Study Hsstory College-Busmess College Vocatson Stenographer .aa ,Q 2 . 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II: v 11 nmu of mfr! ful lub C an mam a gum and gum 11 nuff Xlagor Studnes Xluhenxatles Selenee College SPLkllll7L xn draitxm, X omtmn-4 abmet m xlunt, IOHX I XX OOLINCJTON Uhnnx l moral mllu tml u II m 1111111 V11 nu! uffmnl un mtl 1 of Ju um H1 Y Z 5 Fxeeutne Bmrd ut Dnret tors 4 Hovxlmg Hundred v Lau 1 Cub 17 Presldent ot Class 1 XX restlmg 1 7 5 4, Class Bnseb Il 7 5 Lxttle Dodger Sports Report er 3 Sensor Play xl.11OfSfLldlCS Nlatlmemlues Latm lngllsll X oe itmn Undeexded Cellepe Undeuded CATl'll:lilYl YS KLTNIAN PLL W L Hu loaf 4 mzpo 1 l ml manly 1 L B s afar 1 mm rl xx 101114111 C url Reserxes 1 4 I-Irmlmg Hundred K Baseball I7 Vollexball 14 College-Amernean Xcademx of -X I Xoeatnmn Dress Desxlgnmg W va ADALINL SMITH Cho Puluuj 'North Hlgh Des Nlmnes Nlajor Study Languages College Drake Unnersxtx 'Xocatnon Undecxded CLEO GARRETT C50 Pivlzrwj Major Study-History l IKANIX XX KJODRUFF I ,JL V HI lull nom KlIYfIlIl llx Ibmq LLOYD V9 ORRI' LL Nlajor Study Science College- umor Collegt UHIXLYSIIW of Callforma ocatnon Nledxcme C11 ORCI Nl YOUNG Bue In axjmf xo manly gran um mga Bmd 1 ' 3 4 President 2 Orehestr 7 3 4 Show Shop Orehestra 4 Xl1jorStudleS N1atl1em1t1eS I ng,llSl1 u leg,L luvsl State Xmts X oeatlon Auto Repur page fbirly-fi L1 , ju 1 lf21rl3 wx LLASS OF 1930 Hovs hard lf seems to leave It all and vet what a glorlous fleld hes ahead' The sen1ors of 1930 far removed from the tradltlonally green freshmen that they were when they entered 1n the fall of 1926, leave b hmd them a record of ach1ex ement and accomphshment Of the one hundred nme ts elght vxho entered, one hundred s1xtv elg mt remam Fl here have been defeats and d1S3ppOlI'1f ments but these have been d1mmed bv the v1c tones whrch have been won 1n local, state, and na tlonal contests Extra cuxrlcular act1v1t1es of hrgh school days haxe been the 1esult of work started 1n Iumor I-hgh School Athlet1c, journal1st1c, and forenslc ranks have b en well fllled by the members of the 1930 graduatmg class Soclal functlons have not b en lackmg and the semor partles are to be re called wlth pleasure Of mterest for thelr warrety and the ambltlon displayed are the vocatlonal declsrons of the sen lors Twenty have expressed thelr lntcntlon to enter the fleld of stenography, eleven, nursmg nme, teachmg, twely e, electrlcal eng1neer1ng, elght, structural engmeerlng, srx, draftlng four, ness S out work, advertlsmg, journahsm, law, physrcal educatlon, farmmg, chemrstry, medr c1n and medlcal m1ss1ons each has one aspnrant, dramatnc art, dress dC9lgI1lI1g, and dancmg, two Sv-ity four 1re yet uncertam of future work To culmnnate all h1gh school act1v1t1es, Com m ncement Wfeek began on May s1xteenth wlth the unnor Semor Receptron The Semor Play Way twenty second and twenty th1rd Rellgxous Serx :ces on une flrst wlth an address bv the Rev V Madlson, Class Day une thlrd, and Com meneement on une frfth wlth the Rev I PCFCI xal Huget of the Tompkms Avenue Congrega tnonal Church, Brooklyn lNew York dehverlng the address passed all too hurrnedly Ahead l1es the greater work and the test of strength V . . . . . . . , ' ' QQ ,Y . e ' ' f Y- . 7 . - . 1 7 l . . 0 . Y . . - n . Q artg sux, bookkeepmgg four muslcg and srx busl- P . . . . . D . . . . l . 7- 2 3 I I . Q . . J . 1- . . U . Y, l ' - ' - g .l- - ' ' , J I ' - 7 Y T I JK 7 - . , . 1 7 3 112' 4 -. we fu' -IOHIN O CONNLII ROBIRI' I XRSOX IR XXR I XRSIPX DOW THXFC HIR IIRLC1 RINNOX IRXNR XNUIRSOX WAYNE RLII' il TT X X X R JGPRS I X IINRH XLCH L EDITH CRIFX IRXXR XII-DD DI- XX 4 XX XXALGH UNDERCLASS OFFICERS Class 0 1951 The unxor Class selected John O Connell, pres1dent, Donald Thatcher, v1ce presldent, Wayne Rule, secretary, and Edlrh Green, treasurer The representatlves ln Student Council are ean Helsell and August Anderson, m Forenslc League, Dlck Mulroney, ane Mmogue, and Rxchard Hogan, 1n the Athlet1c Councll, Mels ln Hall and Helen Henessew Class o 1932 Sophomores chose Robert Larson, presxdent, Bruce Kenyon, vnce presr dent, Betty Mrnkel, secretary, and Frank Medd, treasurer Donald Geyer and Gladys Perklns represent the class on the Athletlc Councnl, Reynolds Thomas and Ermll Thomas 1n Forenslc League, and John Merryman and Mae Etta Wheat on the Student Councll Class 0 1933 Frank Larsen was elected presldent of the Freshman Class, Frank Ander son, VICC presndent, Vaughn Rogers, secretary, and Dean Cavanaugh treasurer The representatlves ln the Student Counc1l are Bxlly Schultz and Beatrlce Lundy Athlet1c Councnl, Rex Perkms and Lorrame Hoevet, Forensic League, Ted Watts page lbfrly u 1 I II CLASS OF 1931 Back Row Leo Campbell Bernard Cah1ll Jack Coll1ns Fordyce Crouch Norman Chelstad Jack Dorton W 1ll1am Brokaw August Ander son George Caldwell Second Row Edward Bra1nerd Irv1ng Chesllng Frederlck Dorhelm Ross Booth Don Anderson Eadle Belfer Arthur Ba1rd Joseph Anderson Clyde Denms Tlazrd Row-Ella Mae Blunk Lorena Blomgren Ruth Beck Albertls Cleveland Luc1lle Davls Genevxeve Burgeson Ruth Benson Fourth Row Dorls Clancy Rachael Alnsworth Verna Clarken VIVZ Dav1s Lawrence Day Marvln Burleson Warren Burleson Harold Bel shelm Wllllam Burnqulst Front Row-Ione Beers M1ldred Bxdstrup Helen Br1dgeman Loretta Cole Ione Curt1s Olga Dan1els Jeanette Alstrand Agnes Boge Opal Davxdson Marglanne Coyle La Merle Crouse RECEPTION COMMITTEES Dmner Marlys Swan cha1rman Lee Wal ters Harry O Br1en Dorothy McCurdy Eleanor Mc ullkln August An derson Finance-Carl Moeller cha1rman Bernlce Harr1s Jack Dorton Blanche Stowe John Ex ans Robert Woolmgton Edxth Green Dorothy Gllbert Ruth Hanson Il1LlfdfI0l19 Agnes Boge cha1rman Melvln Hall Donald Jones ean Helsell Maurme Furrow Dan Rodman Wayne Rule Carol Holmberg Henry Earl Wells Ione Curt1s Mmnle Schwendemann Program Jane Whalen chanman jane M1nogue Donald Anderson Eve lyn Murphey W'allace Johnson Helen Saunders R1chard Mulroney 1 1 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 1 1 1 ' , . 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 ' 1 1 1 - ' : L 1 1 ' ' , . . . 1 1 1 Q 1 ' 1 1 1 1 1 7 . 1 1 1 1 . . ', , . . 1 1 ' - 1 1 1 1 J 1 1 1 1 , . . . 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 ' 1 1 1 - flag: fhlrh-f'iglJf CLASS OF 1931 Back Row Harold Hutch1nson Joe Krlvohlavv Gordon Julander R1chard Hogan Harry Largent Kenneth ordon Melvln Hall Arthur Lentz Roy Fremmmg Second Row--Eunlce Hanes Bernetha Hanson Dorothy Gllbert Le Roy Hauser Wllllam Frost Art L1ndsley Theron Fellers Don ones Wllllam H1nsch Tlazrd Row Paul1neEdvenson Carol Holmberg Gertrude El1ngs L1na Gadbury Helen Henessey ean Helsell Margaret Edwards Lawrence Iohnson Peter H1nsch FOZH'1ff7 Row Melvm Jacobson Ed1th Green Ruth Hanson Dolly George Bermce Horton Geralda Ellsbury V1olet H1lton Mary Gleason Jack Garlock F1 tb Row M1ldred Hutchnnson John Evans Dor1s Howard Wllbur Hallett W allace Johnson Frances Cole Evelyn Hay Ethel Hesser Fran! R010-BCIHICC Harr1s Maurme Furrow Paulme Johnston Eve lyn effrxes Ruth Gawtry Ol1ve ohnson Lucllle Lewls Evelyn ohnson Evelyn Hanson Vermce Gramstad Jean Kramer ' Aldlflg the two hundred thlrty four thlrd year people wlth the1r var :ous class projects were three xnstructors Mlss Orpha Cheney MISS Mar garet G Keefe and Mxss Jane Crow A measure of the success of the two major projects of the class may be cred1ted to the energy of these adusers of the class of 1931 T U 1 I , 1 I 1 l 1 1 J 1 1 , . . . I . D 3 D 3 9 . K . 3 l 7 3 3 J 3 l L l 1 1 A 1 . 1 1 J 1 1 - 1 1 t . D -' 1 ' 1 1 3 3 7 - 3 7 3 T . . 3 , . , . ,V P l 3 . I 3 3 . ' ' 1 1 1 ' J I 3 l 3 ' J 3 I . 3 ,I 3 3 3 ' . . , I 1 1 . 1 , l . . v page thirty mm' ji rfofy CLASS OF 1931 Back Row Llovd Pollard Floyd Pollard Harold N1Ch0lS Le Roy Ny degger Lark1n Merryman Reuben Mater ohn O Connell Eldred Prang Wllllam Merrntt Malcolm Nelsen Second Row Vlfglnla uante ack Mulroney Carl Moeller Carl Munson Donald P1nk Dean Pmk Fletcher Moore Marvm Peterson Ken neth MCI eod Third Rau Robert McCormack Mlldred Olson Dorls Olson Yvonne Koemg Martha Marlcle Maxme Porter Helen Peterson L1ll1an Nelson Dorothy Metter Fourth Row-Gladys Myers Sam Mulmed Omer Peterson Don Mc Cown S1lV1S NIar1cle Harry O Br1en Delores Mattlce Rlchard Mulroney Thelma Porter Front Row Margaretta NIcDade Leona Nafe Dorothy McCurdy Gretchen Mueller Eleanor McQu1lk1n M1ldred Peterson Ehzabeth Nor man Dorothy Peterson Mary Nelson Evelyn Murphey Jane MlnOgUC Mlldred Mogenson ' On the Jumor soc1al program two partxes were scheduled th1s year the f1rst a lxvely Chrlstmas get together and the second a frolxc the latter pant of March As a br1ll1ant clxmax the un1or Semor Receptlon ln the Wah konsa Hotel Wlfh the un1ors as hosts came the s1xteenth of May A Dutch theme was used 1 l , , 1 1 1 " - 1 1 1 1,1 1 1 , . Q 1,1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 ' . . . Y . . 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 ' . . . , . . . 1 L 1 1 1 1 -K 1 1 1 1 1 1 ' 1 1 1 1 1 . .. 1 1 . , J - - 1 J 1 - CC 7! ng rf CLASS OF 1931 Bacfzliotu Mervln Thomas Earle Woodbury Roy Sm1th Wllllam Schwendemann Robert Woolmgton Dan Rodman Wayne Rule Leonard Stahl Ronald Wheat Second Row Myron Van Osdall George Reed James Rush Thora Reeck M1ldred Slmonson Opal Roblnson R1chard Tang Lee XValters Arthur Rob1son Tlozm' Row-Wnlllam Walker Prlscnlla Schossow Henry Earle Wells Margle Wfarden Alv1na Stanek Martha St1ckle Dor1s Wh1te Dorls Van Valkenburgh Margaret Reed Fourth Ro w-Gwendolyn St1lwell Blanch Stowe Blythe Stanbra Vlola Smlth Frna Thode oyce Van Osdall Florence Wood Mary Swanson Audrey Sm1th Erma Woodard F1 fb Row E1leen Todd M1nn1e Schwendemann Nellle Thompson Cec1l W1lls Ralph Sh1elds Fronf Row-Gwendolyn Woodard Paul1ne Rost V1v1an Suer Marlys Swan Ethel Sell Lella Tobey ane Whalen Ruth Seldenstlcker Margaret Warner Ahce Welch Helen Saunders exam:-? PI AY COMMITTEES Fzmnzcff-Carl Moeller Agnes Boge John Evans Dorothy McCurdy Dorothy Gllbert LeRoy Nydegger Ruth Seldenstlcker Margaret Warner Wallace Johnson Pllbllflfj wllllam Frost NV1ll1am 'VIerr1tt 0l1ve Johnson Ploperfles Eleanor Mc u1lk1n Helen Henessey Jack Collms Ushers Jane Mmogue Lella Tobey Fletcher Moore W -7- , , , . , . . t 3 A , 3 , , . "" 9 s 9 , I . - 5 l , I 3 , . I . , ' l , - , . , . , . 7 . . s , . - - 3 , 7 . I 9 1 J J 7 1 3 . , . - . , . . , . , Catherine Sheldon, Donald Thatcher, Mando Ross, Marvin Scheideman, . . , . u l i , - 1 ' . , , . , ,J , A S Y , , ' - " A : I K 3 3 1 , . , 7 ' I 7 , 5 , . I- . . , . . 1 . , . 3 H . - Q . . , , . 9 v- . , . , . page forty on CI ASS OF 1932 Bark Row Robert Bates Don Clark Glenn Anderson Ralph Ander son Vlrgxl Anderson Ray Ackerman Russell Butterworth Emmett Ca h1ll Bruno B1rocc1 Ser ond Row Robert Arn Dale Alstrand Eugene Cornell ohn B1d d1nger Harold Clausen Herbert Alpers Harold Brown Merle Bollard Tbzra' Row Donald Brand Paul Barnes Clarence Cammerer Frances Bruce Cornel1a Coonley Charlotte Boge Emma Dee Coonley Edxtha Boaler Ellonse Bourdeaux Marvel Anderson Lavlna Boyle Fourffa Row Margaret Abramson Frances Bradt Gertrude Barnes Anna Feeney Bern1ce Anderson Ellzabeth Anderson Charlotte Cambell Luc1leB1lstad Maxme Buckner Carroll Carlson E1leen Behm LOUIS Banscher Robert Conley Morrns Anderson Ira Culver August Calandrlne Lum Cox 13101115 Row lone Beer Vnolet Graepler LOIS Bergman ane Cole Slgne Anderson Isabelle Crosby Dorothy Box Ruth Burns Helen Dunsmoor Dorothy Codner Lnllnan Clare Bertha Anderson E565 SOPHOMORE OFF1cERs Robert Larson presldent Bruce Kenyon v1ce presldent Betty Mmkel secretary Frank Medd treasurer Donald Geyer and Gladys Perklns Athletxc Councll representatlves Reynolds Thomas and Ermll Thomas Forenslc League John Merryman and Mae Etta Wheat Student Councll ' 1 - T s 9 Q ' . , . - , , , - 1 'H N l-" 1 9 9 J I ' 3 3 9 3 ' . 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S , , . 1 rfy Iwo CLASS OF 1932 Bark Row Leonard Holland Stanford Gr1ff1th Vincent Darby Elmer Gentz Max Huffman Franc1s Guthr1e Don Geyer Howard Gamper Allen Harpar Albert Depue Second Row John Hoker Basrl DeV1lb1ss Arthur Edwards Ph1l Hardy Tom Dunsmoor Caroll Granseth Mable Hoyer Genevleve H1gglnS Tlozra' Row Harry Dxlges Glenn Hay Franc1s Hartman Bernadlne Huffman Ruth Frederlcks Lenore Hauge Helen Eastwood juanlta Day ton Rosella Hanson M1ldred Duckett Elnzabeth Grant Fourtfo Row Els1e Hayward V1olet Graepler Mlldred Enburg Earla F1nck Lenore Dlttmar Adolph Guar1lla Grace H1lton Dorothy Halre Fzfib Row-Claude Hooper Nell H1nds Harr1son Frantz Robert Horn Maxlne Flsher Tony Gargano Edward Dobmeler Whltney Dray ton Mary Ellen Hefley Ruth Frost Front Row Ertle DeW1nter Hazel Davns Maxlne Houge Bonme Hartnett Maurxce Harrxs Norrme Hoberg Charlotte Engstrom Mar guerlte Foster Mlldred Hauser M1ldred Howard Eula Drayton Vlola Fecht Juamta Huntley i5G5' Sophomore advlsers for the year 1929 30 were M1ss Naoml McClurg M1ss Frances Dolllver and M1ss Florence Drx concernmg whose wllllng ness to g1VC counsel members of the class w1ll gladly testlfy - , . . , . , 3 5 1 . . 3 7 3 , . - , . . . , , . . . 7 3 7 S . . 1 . , , . 1 . Q D a 9 1 I ' D 3 D 7 l ' F T D 1 . 9 . a . , . , . , . , . , Jessie Forbes, Dorothy Greenway. , , . . , . , , . . , , . , . - 7 3 ' T l 1 1 9 Q a . 1 l ' A 1 . ' 1 9 ' l I 9 3 9 D ' , . . - . . t , . Q . , . Q . , .1 . . - , . page fortg tbr 1 CLASS OF 193 2 Back Row Arlo Muench Karl Knigge Embert Jessen Willam Pray Harold Johnson Don Jeffers Art MacDowell Leonard Lowell Russell Nelson Second Row Evelyn Kling Kathryn Kuhlman Hildred Jones Robert Larson Robert Myers Willim Oswald Robert Morse Darrell Olafson Bruce Kenyon Hubert Nelson John Merryman Tbzrd Row-Leona Murphy JennyL1nd Bernice Johnson Roger Nel son Wallace Mueller Harold Johnson Isabel Newell Maxme Lothian Dorothy Lawson Ellen Penterman NV1ll1am Keleher Fourth Row Evelyn Olson Fred Marmle Donald Otteson Williani erine Ivers Paul Kramer Muriel Peterson Ada Mae Kalahar Fzfffo Row Ethel Parsons Shirley Oswalt Velma Lehman Dorothy Kehm Prank Medd Margaret Mishler Edgar Jacques Donald Knutson Alice Jeys Mervin Jeffers Paul Meyer Genevieve Knutson Front Row Dorothy Pruess Pearl King Helen May Jean Madole Harriett Merritt Gladys Perkins Betty Minkel Joella Larson Rachel Porter Ruth Merr1s Lenore Olson Gladys Lindstrom Bernaline League T565 One hundred ten members of the Sophomore Class gathered at the high school January 13 at eight o clock for the annual class party A program in the auditorium preceded refreshments and danclng in the gymnasium H T 9 g 7 9 l J 7 Q Q 3 ' "- l s 9 . 9 7 1 . l Q 3 1 7 Q ' I -- s I 9 l 9 ' , 7 , 7 . D 3 , , . . 0 - , . , a . . Lyons, Mildred Osborn, Mary Catherine Phelan, Vincent johnson, Cath- . 3 , - ' 3 ' i ' J i 9 9 3 4 l 7 D 3 , 3 . 3 I Q l ' "' 1 ' Q 1 a I D 3 - 3 l , 3 7 - 9 7 . 3 I ' ' Q page o I3 four CLASS OF 1932 Back Ron, LaVon Utley MHFVIH V1eg John Wolfe Ronald Seott Bernard Schm1dt Harold Rosslng Second Row Gene Strauss ohn Thompson ames Warmuth Walter Schnff Robert Schm1dt Ermnl Thomas Loyl Stromberg Art XVllSOl1 Wnlbert Sutchffe Thlrd Row Frances uade Dorothy Young Vlfglnla Thomas Lols Von Stem Allce Skoland Wnlham Swanson M1r1am Suer Bob Smnott Marshall Wells Francls Svehla Fr011fR0w Mavls Smnth Luc1le Qumn Helen Reeck Ruth Strauss Rhodes Helen Swanson Reynolds Thomas Leota Wells Clarrlne Thorn ton Grace Thornton F1 th Row Mary Sheldon Delbert W1ll1amson Davld S1lverste1n Walter Sell Eugene Young Mae Etta Wheat Kathryn Rost Robert Thomas Elva Smlth Robert Wretman Fran! Row Mavls Sm1th Luc1le u1nn Helen Reeek Ruth Strauss Roberta Turner Ivadel XV1ckershe1m Catherme Swanson Slgne Strom berg Gladys Underwood Dorothy Zuerrer Marjorxe W1lson Earleen Wrnght T535 SoPHoN1oRE CoMM1TTEEs Program Mae Etta Wheat Genevxeve Hlggms Bruce Kenyon Arthur Edwards Ed1tha Boaler Erm1l Thomas Rc' revbffzefzfs Betty Mnnkel Don Geyer Gladys Perkms Fzmmce Reynolds Thomas Roger Nelson Norrlne Hoberg page forty fwe w yl I . s - 1 1 1 1 , . . i J J 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 . . T Q 1 1 11 1 1 1 1 1 , . 11- . . . . 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 ' , . 'Q 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 - T 1 Q 1 1 1 1 1 1 ' 1 1 1 1 . . . A : - , ' 1 1 1 1 Q f - " 1 1 1 'l 1 1 ' CLAbS OI 1933 Bark Row Thomas Depue Elsle Brown Frankle Woolsey LOUIS Arm strong GerdaB1dstrup Joe Dorsey Francls Colllns Florence Came Ed1th Elllott V1v1an Bradshaw Berdena Fuller Second Row-Ruth Cottrell Davld Cooley Melburn Brokaw Quentm Burgeson Ivan Franc1s Lawrence Cottrell Rlchard Danlelson Clarence Cammerer Mllton Cottrell Kenneth Boots Ollve Chrlstlanson Tlazrd Row-Sophla B1ckford Robert Cowglll Dean Cavanaugh Ken yon Bradt W1ll1am Freltag Ruth B1dd1nger R1chard Dxlges Clemence Burkland Robert Elder Gordon Belthlus Fourffa Row Stanley Anderson Ferr1s Burleson Melvm Essery R1ch ard Forbes Robert Anderson L1ll1an Edwards Rae Dessmger Alyce Al stott Beulah Arn Frleda Calson Dorothy Eastwood Erma Carroll Flffla Row Jack Douglas Ollve Peterson Delores Eddy Lenore Fol lett Dorothy Davls Mxldred Anderson Belva Bell Veron1ca Box Frank Anderson Verna Brokaw ullus Foreman Wllhelmlna Brown Dorothy Bedford Szaflo Row Charles Bartlett Robert Brown Robert Clagg Rlchard Cleveland Andres Agullar Clarence Dueker Dale Brand Ernest Dorn Dalton Carpenter Amet Dayton Donald L Anderson Front Row Catherme Crouse Margaret Brown Ruth Anderson Frleda Belfer Vlolet Essery W'1lma Flsher Helen Evans Bessle Arn Lu c1leBottscher Dolores Brand Mar1anBeyerhoff Hazel Blrkett ' J ' 9 9 9 ' 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 - ' 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 ' 9 9 9 ' 9 9 9 9 9 9 - . . 7 . - 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 ' 9 9 9 9 - . 9 9 9 " 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 J 9 9 . ' ' 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 ' ' -' 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 ' 9 9 9 - page oriv six CLASS OF 1933 Back R0 Donald Johnson George Katn1k Lowell ordlson Dolores ones Paul1neGustl1n Ollve Hllton Corlnne Holm Ros Kallln Paullne Kolarla ohn Gugglsberg Kenneth Hollxster Second Row Franc1s Collms Romalne Henderson Charles Helleman Erwm ones Kenneth Kennedy Thomas Hurst Darrell H111 Fd Her schewe Leroy Humphrey Donald Cawtry Dale Jones Mason Hanrc Downey Grosenbaugh Third R0 Mar1an ohnston Raymond H1ltOH Dolores Kelly Arthur Kolb Lyle ohnson Rlchard Hurst Grace Harvey Thoralf Haugen Rudolph Grunewaldt oe Gabrlsh Robert osten M1ldredKolac1a Donna Koll Marguerlte Johnson R1chardH1ll Joe Hoyer Dorothy Hoag Bernlce Howard Opal Knngge Vlolet Essery Sadle Herschewe Helen Hendrxcks Flffb R0 Edward Knowles Frank Gustafson Wllford Grlbble Rus sell ordlson Verne Hughes Vlrgll Hughes Norval Gllbert Emma Hes ser B1llyGarlock Hamode Habhab Donald H111 Rlchard Gxlchrxst Fran ces Kennedy Fergus Keny on Frou! Rau Marxan Iones Eleanor Gormally Catherlne Joselyn Vu' g1n1a Harmon Lorra1neHoevet MaxxneL Houge Ruth Hayward Beryl lean Holt Farleen Hlcks Alnce Hunfeld Verle Hottman Mardel John son ul1aHoberg page form sez 4 n l L ul' 1 ' 1 ,I . 1 . J 1 1 1 1 e 1 , J 0 , - , ' H 'Q ' . 1 ' 1 1 I 1 ,I 1 1 1 1 -1 Q ' 1 71 I 1 1 1 l all . 1 ' 1 14 1 7 J 1 1 1 S ,J , J , - FOIlfff1R01L'-Cl2fCHCC Johnson, Frank Jensen, Abraham Katzman, 3 ' 3 , 7 7 , , , 1 ., ul? 1 1 . ' 1 ' J 1 1 1 1 ' 1 1 1 1 1 ' 1 E V ' 1 V- . K y , . , . - 3 3 ' 5 7 , 1 1 1 1 1 ' . ,J . 1 '- 'I CLASS OF 193 3 Back Row Frank Mueller Edward Lentz john McLeod Leonard Lawson Raymond Ostrander Charles Nutt Melv1n Messerly Frank Lar sen M1kCMOf1 Edmund McCarty Frank Muterspauw Leonard La France Second Row Robert McDermott Marlln Mace Bernlce N1ckle Emery Lyons Rxchard Lowrey Loulse Lomas Ehzabeth Newsum ea tr1ce Lundy Kathryn Maclntlre Emma Madox Hazel N1chols Tlozrd Row Frances L1ttsen Georgla Meltvelt Lela Nelson Geraldme McCah1ll Phyllls Nygren Olaf Larson Robert Mlller I-Iarrlson Mulroney Ruth Maher Carolyn M1tchell Lavola Owen Edward Low Fourth Row Ehzabeth Mulroney Mar1or1e McBane Donald Iarson Mar1or1e Madole Allce Oakland Frances Myers H1ld1ng Nordeen I uther Olson Dale Nafe Walter Leamon Ol1ve Llnd Louls Oleson Front Rott Marjorle Neudeck Carolyn Lauderback VlOl6f Oakland Vlola McDonald Mlldred Moeller Eleanor Mathey M1ldred Mxller Flor ence Laffer Janlce Maher Naomi Olson Eleanor Lynn Florence Nelson Myrtle L1sh ix? That the newcomers to Fort Dodge Senlor Hlgh School mlght have the beneflt of thoughtful suggestlon Mlss Adelme Sharon M1ss Marne Wrlght M1ss Clara Savage and Mr Leslle N Goldner were made adv1sers of the Freshman Class 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 ' . . 4 1 1 1 1 ' ' 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 B ' 1 1 1 ' 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 - , 3 " 7 1 1 1 1 J 1 1 1 1 ' ' - 1 1 u 1 1 1 1 1 ' 1 1 1 1 1 . . . 1 1 1 , . . . page forty eight CLASS OF 1933 BazftR0zt Lyle Smxth Kenneth Peterson Carroll Peterson Elton Trlplet I amond Whxtlng Merle Stroschen Gerald Sperry Eloise Wheeler Marlan R5 an Margaret Wold Ellen Ponsness Earleen Wendt Lorralne Pease Sr'c01zclR0w Donald Smlth Clayton Troeger Vaughn Rogers lmmy Thompson Darrell w1l6S Bermce Stempel M1nn1e May Stllley Iavon Youngstrom Rachel Porter Dorothy S1monson Allce Wlute Dorothy Sheldon Carl Sandahl Thzrd Row Horace RODIHSOH Annle Wentorf Grant Warner James Svetty Ione Reed V1oletWh1tt1ngton Zola Wells LavonW1lson Mlflam Phares Mary Frances Powers Mlldred Sheffleld Fourzffo Row Rex Perklns Mltchell Wfelch Dennls Shlpman Beatta R1chter Faye Tonsfeldt Sudle Wells Frances Wheat V1V1an Wllson V1r g1n1a P1lcher Adela1de Woolworth Myrtle Shlrk Dean Prang Fzfth Row Ted Watts Bllly Shultz Ell1ott Sm1th Rob Roy Wfelch Wllllam Whalen Douglas Stowe Paul Th1e Lenore Tobey W1ll1amP1erce Omar Sxefken Harold Stewart Eugene Strunk Szaflo Row Darroll Parker Don Trusty Arthur Proeschold LeRoy Peterson Jack Weaver Harley Sandqu1st Dorothy Stroschoen Helen Svehla Robert Porter Leone N arley Grace Smxth Dorothy Thompson Front Row V1v1an Palmer Lo1s Scholes Opal R1sdal Anna Sestnm Helen Sprlnger Freda Thode Lorralne Peterson Eleanor Wmstrup Maman Taylor Alton Shrlner Maxme Schultz Margaret Plngel Carroll Schmoker Julla Struhar x I ' '7 'll . 7 7 7 7 ' 7 7 7 7 , . 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 J ,. . . . . , 7 7 7 7 1 7 7 7 7 , . 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 ' 7 7 7 5 9 9 9 1 " 7 7 7 ' , 1 3 1 7 . . . ,. . . 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'tj: ' 5 if 'A 'fzkx u . .-X fi!" nyvi ixqg. A 1,1 1 ?2?T4f '11 f? A ctz 112 tz es ZW- Y f- ff' 0' 7 , C5 f , , ,fffnxg ,- ry 'if '6 , l , 7 2 Y N -M S-, , - 6 yi. - 1 - ' fi! W LN 1 a u X ., X ff 'f f X XL xxx , 1 gf' ,W VY," V 4 I , K f X, 1 ,f 2 f 4 ' 2,?6f V, CHRISTMAS CAROLS DEDICATION THE SPIRIT of fellowshnp and frlendshlp IS always strengthened by the act1v1t1es of the school Through cooperatnon 1n clubs and counclls through act1ve contest 1n for enslcs through team Work 1n dramatlcs and through the dally gr1nd ln publxcauons We learn to know each other and to work to gether To the Splflt of the Chnstmas Carols exemphfyxng good W1ll fr1endl1ness and ahr mony of ldeals we ded1cate thxs the second chapter of our book of deeds page f1fty tbree as la , 1. 1 . A ' a gf. 2 A x at l 1 'u E l I I , .Q nl - , Y ' a , 3 I j GECKS MILDRED ELNER LUCILI-' COREY MUSIC DIRECTORS Mzss Corey The orchestras thls year rece1ved Mlss Luc1le Corey s tlme and thought Because of the concentrated leadersh1p of one who understands th1s par t1cular work thoroughly they have showed remarkable progress M1ss Corey not only d1rects the H1gh School and Show Shop orchestras but dl rects orchestral groups 1n Jumor College Junlor I-Ilgh and grade schools Mzss Elner From mornlng unt1l mght and sometlmes most of the nlght Mlss Mlld red Elner teaches her classes She 1S the new dlrector of vocal mus1c nn the Junlor and Senlor Hxgh Schools and the Boys and G1rls Glee Clubs are her speclal work Besldes thls Work she teaches mus1c classes dlrect mus1c as semblnes organ1zed a glrls quartette and a1ded ln the productxon of The Mlkado Mlss Elner came from Flat Rlver MISSOUII Where she had been teachlng mus1c m the Hlgh School and Jumor College Mr Geeks How Mr John J Geeks can l1ve through the contlnual blare of horns and the chatter of the band members 15 hard to understand but tW1CC a week Monday and Thursday morn1ngs he d1rects the I-hgh School band nn full practlce and sectxonal rehearsals In one perlod he has the p1ccolos and the next the basses. In add1t1on to band dxrectlng Mr Gecks glves prlvate lessons d1rects a cxvnc orchestra and has charge of the mus1c for the Drum Corps . . . . , . 1 , ' , . , , ' 9 1 ' - 1 1 ' . . . . . . ,, 3 1 . ,, . . . . ' 5 Q A . O S s 3 3 1 3 7 ' I 1 page flfly four OC R D SHOW SHOP ORCHESTRA Under the d1rect1on of Mxss Luclle Corey the Show Shop orchestra was orgamzed ln 1927 and unt1l th1s year she has d1rected A new plan has been carrxed out th1s season of havxng one of the students wleld the baton Dorothy Codner flrst v1ol1n1st has had the honor of be1ng the f1rst Such a small orchestra IS more 1n demand than one wlth a larger per sonnel Members are Dorothy Codner Erma Woodard John O Connell August Anderson v1ol1ns W' alter Sell John Gugglsberg cornets Arthur Edwards flute Ruth Coats X7lVl3.I'1 Kruse saxophone Mar jorle Roblnson bass v1ol Dan Rodman bass horn Davld Sxlverstem drums and Betty Evans plamst The Show Shop orchestra has played on many occaslons th1s year for both h1gh school and CIVIC affa1rs In September It played for Achleve ment Days at EXPOSIIIOH Park ln October for a Chamber of Commerce dlnner H1gh School assembly NW C T U Conventlon Tea Pavement Celebratlon at Webster C1ty and unxor Class Play ln December for a Football Banquet and Knwams Club Banquet 1n the Model Apartment 1n anuary for the BUSIHCSS and Professlonal Women s Club Play Aunt Lucla mn February for a Junlor Hxgh assembly the Pleasant Valley P T A Bng Dodger assembly Badger Communlty Play and ln March for The Mlkado and Teachers Conventlon In Aprll It played for the Enghsh Club Delta Rho banquet and ln May for the Junlor Semor receptxon and the Semor Play Codner, Vfoodard, Anderson, ' onnell, Young, odman, Silverstein, Robinson, Evans. urheim, Guggisbcrg, Sell, Swan, Kms 3 , . l 3 ' ' 1 ' ' 3 3 3 1 S a 1 S 1 3 a 1 3 ' 1 5 1 5 1 Q 1 . 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Q , 0 A V ' l ' ec 'S 7 Q . ,, , . . . . - , . , - page fifty flu' as K h GIRLS GLEE CLUB Art1st1c lnterpretatlon and beautlful tone quahty have, for the past year, characterxzed the productlons of the Glrls Glee Club Under the su perv1s1on of MISS M1ldred Elner, a new mus1c lnstructor, reorgamzatlon for 1929 30 progressed rap1dly By means of tryouts test1ng volce quahty and read1ng ab1l1ty of the apphcants, f1fty three g1rls were selected Regular practlces for the gnrls 1n the mus1c room occup1ed the flrst perlods Wednes days and Erldays Lead1ng the group were Mabel Laurence, presldent, Marjorle Ne1ll, secretary Evelyn Murphey, l1brar1an That they mlght present 1 homogeneous appearance, new whxte dresses and red t1es were chosen A sterl1ng sxlver p1n w1th In D H S and an P guard IS the 1ns1gn1a of the club Seasonal muslc, an operetta, and commencement select1ons formed the basls of study At Chrlstmas, the glrls yorned the Boys Club 1n the cus tomary carollng through the halls Early 1n January they began work on The M1k3dO an operetta, wh1ch was presented most successfully March 13 14 and repeated for the Teachers convent1on March 21 Another fea ture of the Glee Club was the Glrls uartette conslstmg of Ruth Habenlcht Betty Evans, Dorothy Codner, and Mae Etta Wheat Betty Evans, alto, and Jean Helsell, soprano, were chosen as two of the three hundred best of n1ne hundred apphcants to part1c1pate 1n the All Iowa Hlgh School Chorus at Des Momes durnng the State Teachers Con vent1on Burk Rullflhkidson, Robinson, Laurence, wvlmlvn. Kruse, Karl, llclscll. Murphcy, Vfuodnrcl, XM-Ich, Wlnrnur, Rclulcr, Clan: Srrnml Run-Beers, Lewis, Hzbcnichl, Mcfurdy, uhlman, Hoycr, Dunsmoor, l'cllovx s, Harris, Stowe, Stilwell. George, Clexclandg l'mnl Kun'-Nelson, Moore, Vfhilc, Hcsscr, Schivc, Perkins, W'heat, Mallicc, Vfilson, Svs.msnn, Hnrlussg .Hufflfwx Nui zu l'n'l11l'r'-Neill, Haugen. Luv, Schossuw, Studc akcr, Clancy, llorlncr, l'ishcr, Gawlry, Nlinlxcl. Q . c . . . . . 1 , 4 . . . . . . lf . 7, ' J , . , . . " Q W , . . . , fm gc' 1 M ix Gg t b KL fh DdH BOYS GLEE CLUB Durm g 1929 30 the Boys Glee Club of approx1mately th1rty frve mem bers, d1rected by M1ss Mlldred Elner, has enjoyed a successful year The v1tal1ty of the organ1zat1on and the quallty of IIS work are but reflect1ons of the cond1t1ons whnch prevanl 1n all act1v1t1es of the mus1c department Much credlt IS due Mlss Elner for her expert dxrectlon whlch alms to de velop volces and mus1c readmg ab1l1ty Offlcers are Bob Howle, presxdent, Irvnng Chesllng, secretary, and Edwm McDade, l1brar1an New s1lver p1ns Wlth F D H S and an F guard were worn for the flrst tlme, th1s year Everett Blomgren, tenor, and Dan Rodman, bass, part1c1pated 1n the All Iowa Hngh School Chorus, held at Des Momes m lNovember durmg the State Teachers Conventnon The most notable achlevement of the Glee Club was the presentatlon of The Nhkado 1n cooperatlon wnth the G1rls Glee Club Prmcrpal char acters chosen from the Boys Glee Club were Ko Ko Bob How1e, Pooh Bah Ir verett Blomgren , P1sh Tush John Caweltl, Nankl Pooh, Edwln McDade, Mxkado, Harold Nlchols A supportmg chorus lncluded twenty f1ve boys Besldes the operetta the club has contrnbuted to club programs, school as semblles, the Parent Teachers ASSOCIRIIOD, and church programs At Chrlst mas tlme lt was actxve, carolmg wlth the Glrls Glee Club The boys have apprecrated the pat1ent, earnest endeavor of the1r mstructor and the ser v1ce of the1r accompamst, Miss Corey, 1n maklng the orgamzauon a great pleasure Bark Run-Thompson, Crouch, Harless ar ana, Mcrryman, VV: erman, Moeller, Wood ury. Rodman: Sevoud Ruu- Cammerer, Moore, . arson, Chesling, l-rosz, Lawson, Ramsden, O'Connell, Follett, R. Larson, Grit' it , Anderson: lfmnl Rau-Peterson, Kaylor, Blomgrvn, Hall, M. Burleson, Cawelti, Nichols, XV. Burleson, Hauser, Cleveland. Howie: Slflulverx Xu! ru Pirrun'-Mc :u e, endrickson, Tang. - , - - - . . . T . , . c . N . ,, . . . . . . .L . ' ' 9 ' ' 9 4 . , . - . page flflfy smtu TI IF CHORUS THE MIKADO A 'wandefmg mmsfrel I A tlamg of shreds and pnfclaes, O ballads songs mm' snafcloes And dreamy lullabg My catalo que ze long Tlaro every passzon raugmg And fo your bu mor s claaugzng I tune my supple song' Well cast principals vividly colored costumes artistic scenery and ex cellent choruses combined to make The Mikado fantastic satirical Gil bert Sullivan opera an especially entertaining production as given under The background where white shrines gleamed against green trees where cherry blossoms fell gently into a quiet stream and floated away where the sun shown lightly on the arched bridge and the snow capped mountains in the distance seemed very real a tribute to the artistic interpretation of Dan Rhodes facile brush The principals of the cast were as follows The Mikado of Japan Har old Nichols Nanki Poo this son disguised as a wandering minstrelj Edwin McDade Ko Ko CLord High Executioner of Titipuj Robert Howie Pooh Bah QLord High Everything Elsej Everett Blomgren Yum Yum Cthe ward of Ko Koh Jean Helsell Pitti Sing Peep Bo Ctwo school friends of Yum Yumj Evelyn Murphey and Naomi Fellows QQ ,S 1 -' 7 s , af , 'J ' ' 1 , 1, K 1 I Q , . . - - ' 1 V , ' - . . , . . , . . , B . ,, . ,, . . . . l - 1 s , , , - 1 , the direction of E. S. Cortright, Miss Mildred Elner, and Miss Lucille Corey. l 3 Q . , - . . . . . , . . 3 .- , . , - . . 0 . . - 4 g - I n Fl 5 ' T . 5 - - l- 5 - , - ' T S png: fl fy right X 1 XV Klul N ,F Kxl, Y ,Y SCENII I-ROM THE MIKADO THE MIKADO Kat1sha Q an elderly lady 1n love wlrh Nank1 Pool Dorothy Cleveland The boys chorus cons1sted of Marv1n Burleson Clarence Cammerer Warren Burleson Irvrng Chesl1ng Larkm Merryman Garold Frost Al bert1s Cleveland Ray Follett Frank Gargano Melvm Hall LeRoy Hauser George Harless Kermlt Hendr1ckson Gordon Julander Kenneth Larson Robert Larson Leonard Lawson Carl Moeller Fletcher Moore Marvm Peterson Stanford Gr1ff1th Dan Rodman Wendell Waterman James Thompson and Earle XVoodbury The glrls chorus cons1sted of Evelyn Clagg Opal Davldson Betty Evans Ruth Gawtry Ruth Habemcht Martha Haugen Mabel Hoyer Gladys Karl Kathryn Kuhlman Mabel Laurence Betty M1nkel Hazel Moore Marjone Nelll Mary Nelson Thelma Rehder Opal Robmson Wlmfred Sch1ve Blanche Stowe Mary Swanson Margaret Warner Patrlcla Welch lane Whalen Gladys Perkms Thelma Whlte and Helen Harless The Show Shop orchestra also loaned 1tS talent to the project through August Anderson Ruth Coats Dorothy Codner Frederlck Dorhe1m Ar thur Edwards VIVIHH Kruse John O Connell Walter Sell Davld Sllver stem Ronald Tennant Erma Woodard and George Young On zz tree by a river a lzftle tom wzt Sang Wzllow fn' wzllow tzt wlllowf And I sazd to lcznz Dzcky bmi why do you sz! Singing lV1ll0w fn' wzllow tzt w1ll0w9 1 '. A ze 39 , ' 'W 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 ' 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 - 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 , . 1 1 1 1 1 J- 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 . , . , 1 1 1 - 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 ' . . , . . 1 1 1 1 ' 1 1 - 1 - H . . . . . ,, 1 ' ' 1 ' 1 . . H . . . -' 1 ' 1 . . , . . . . . , ,, 1 1 ' - page fifty nm pagr vxly W h I: y rr 0 c 1 hw I r M wsu BAND Durlng the past year the Hlgh School band, under the d1rect1on of Mr Geeks has accompllshed some 1nterest1ng and excellent work, a1d1ng the school and commun1ty whenever posslble and gaxnlng the good w1ll of both The band re orgamzed the f1rst of September when Ethel Sell was appornted the1r presldent, Edlth Green, v1ce presldent, and Ronald Ten nant, secretary V 1v1an Kruse and Melv1n Jacobson represent the band 1n che Student Counc1l On the twenty elghth of August, many of the band members spent the day at Iowa State fa1r, where they played an afternoon concert From Sep tember 12 to 14 they helped to advertlse Fort Dodge by playmg at the Ach1evement Week show The home Hlgh School and Jumor College football games, basketball games, and wrestl1ng matches were on the1r schedule and two out of town football games, one at Waterloo and the other at Boone, were attended Several tlmes the band was called upon to play at assemblnes Two con certs were presented th1s year, one December 18, and the other, an all Kmg concert, the mrddle of Apr1l In the all d1str1ct band wh1ch was organlzed thls year under the d1rec t1on of Mr Karl Klng of Fort Dodge, and wh1ch played at the North Cen tral Teachers Conventron, Ethel Sell Wendell Waterman, Davxd Srlver ste1n, Ronald Tennant, Gordon Julander, Arthur Edwards, Marlys Swan, and Vlfglnla Thomas represented our school Bark Rolf- . jo nson, '. L ons, Coats, Kruse, jacokson, Brand, Recd, Silverstein, Wa s, jones, Rodman, Tennant, Frost, Cawelti, Muellcrg Srroml' Rau'-Price, Haynes, WI Lyons, Law, Williamson, Guggisberg, Knigge, Strauss, Harris, Me-jd, Francis, Fronl R 11'-Young, E. Sell, 1. Warner, O. olmson, Merrie, Dunsmoor, '. arner, Whoa , Cox, Evans, Horn, 'cllers, L. erryman, . e . , , . - . I - . 4 . . . . - , . . . , - , . -' . . R H R k b r ORCHESTRA From an organ1zat1on w1th only elght 1nstruments 1n 1913 the Fort Dodge H1gh School orchestra has grown to almost a complete symphony of forty SIX members w1th full strlng, wood, and wlnd lnstruments under the supervlslon of Mlss Luclle Corey 0ff1cers th1s year were Helen Duns moor, pres1dent, Erma Woodard, secretary PFRCIICCS are held every Tues day morn1ng at e1ght o clock The orchestra furmshed mus1c for such functlons as declamatory contests, Chrlstmas programs, and Commence ment CXCFCISCS Deservxng much cred1t for unselflsh and splendld work are the mem bers August Anderson, V1v1an Bradshaw, Dorothy Codner, M1ldred Crosby Helen Dunsmoor, Verna Gereau, Garold Frost, Mason Halre, Er w1n ones, Carl Moeller, John OConnell, Wayne Rule, Ruth Selnden stlcker, Rowena Studebaker, Robert Thomas, Roberta Turner, Rob Roy Welch Erma Woodard IaVonne Youngstrom v1ol1ns, JCSSIC Forbes Betty Mlnkel, Marjory Neudeck, M1nn1e Schwendemann cellos, Mar lone Robmson bass v1ol, Arthur Edwards, Wallace Johnson, Emory Lyons, Horace Robmson flutes, Ohve Johnson, Edward Law, Ethel Sell Reynolds Thomas, James Thompson, George Young clarlnets, Ruth Beck, John Gugglsberg, Wllllam Hlnsch, Walter Sell cornets, John Ca weltl Dorothy Cleveland, Fredenck Dorhe1m trombones, jane Cole, Ruth Coats, Evelyn Khng E flat saxophones, Marlys Swan E flat horn , Davnd Sllverstem Tedd Wfatts drums, Ruth Anderson pxano liurl: Run-A. Anderson. M. obinson, Silverstein julander, Kruse, Coats, Cole, Kling, Cleveland, Cawclti, Dorhcimp Tlrinl Run-Rule, Bradshaw, lfrosr, . Robinson, Lyons. lidwards, W. johnson, Young, E. Sell, . Thomas, Thompson, 0. johnson, W. Sell, Hinsch, Guzgisbcrg, Bock, jones, Youngslromz Scrum! Ron-Woodard, Smith, Gercau, Welch, Studebaker. Turner, lfmul Rau-Codncr, Anderson, Moeller, Ncudcclc, Schwendemann, Min el, Ro er Thomas, Scidenstickcr, Dunsmoor. 3 . . , . . , - . J , - 3 3 4 0 1 ' , K . Y W . LT ' page SlXfJ our MR NEELY MRS VETTER MR CORTRIGHT FORENSIC DIRECTCRS Mr Neely Under the guidance of Wayne C Neely who came to us last fall from Parson s college interest in both High School and Junior College debate has made marked increase Interested in the promotion of public speak ing Mr Neely was influential in securing a chapter of the National For ensic League for the high school and through his efforts extemporaneous speaking was introduced Mrs Vetter atory work This is her first year in this school though she has given pri vate lessons in Fort Dodge for two years She is a graduate of the MacPha1l school of Music and Dramatic Arts at Minneapolis Since her graduation she has been in lyceum and chautauqua work with the United Chautauqua company and has done a great deal of coaching Mr Cortrzglot Actual stage experience has helped Everett C Cortright in the dramatic presentations which have Won for him the esteem of those interested in drama His Work this year with the two High School plays and the Junior College play deserves special commendation Besides these thre major plays he directed the Christmas play and had charge of the dramatic part of the annual operetta He 1S the adviser of Show Shop , . . . , . . . . . . - Mrs. Vetter displayed her excellent coaching ability this year in declam- jmge sixty two S W M B B K EH NATIONAL FORENSIC LEAGUE Coming as a hope fulfilled and yet as a glorious surprise the granting of a chapter of the National Forensic League to the Fort Dodge High School carries out cons1stently the program of the school officers to aid Wherever possible in creating and extending interest in school activities The local chapter, number 274, was granted its chapter last fall after Stanley Green, Frank Ramsden, Elizabeth Hamilton, Roberta Northrup, Bernice Spring er, Everett Blomgren, and Richard Merryman, charter members, had sig nified their interest in the project and promised to support the local chap ter Membership, determined by participation in debate and declamatory work, is open to both students and coaches Four degrees, Merit, Honor, Excellence, and Distinction, aie awarded for corresponding attainments Each degree of proficiency adds a distinctive seal to the membership cer tificate and entitles the member to cast an additional vote in chapter and national affairs The chapter is free to arrange 1tS contests and continue present relations with neighboring schools as well as to propose new members for local mem bership All applicants for membership must be passed on by che National Board In this democratic organization, all officers, except the National Sec retary, are elected each year by a direct vote of entire membership and all matters of government are in the hands of the active members or their duly constituted officers. The National Secretary is elected by the National Executive Council. page sn I3 Ibn 1' B R H W B Sh DEBATE Mr Wfayne Neely, new debate coach, has down much to brmg about the extraordmary results WlllCl'l have been accompllshed by our debate teams th1s year Although che teams were defeated 1n the State contest they have put over many mteresmg and successful debates, and won com mendatron for themselves and the school The questlon for debate thls year was Resolved that 1n all trlals throughout the U S the Petlt Iury should be abol1shed, constltutronallty walved The negatlve speakers were Martha Haugen, Le1la Tobey Wllllam Walker and Harold Belshexm Frank Ramsden, M1nn1e Schwendemann, Ruth Beck and Stanley Green upheld the aff1rmat1ve S1dC The season started January 22 wlth a non dec1s1on debate w1th Eagle Grove The two followmg debates, w1th Rockwell Clty on anuary 23 and Webster C1ty February 4, were also non dec1s1on The flrst dec1s1on debate was held February 13 wxth Ames The pomts were equally dlvlded as our afflrmauve team won 3 1 and the negat1ve team lost 3 1 On Feb ruary 18 Mason C1ty s negatxve team won here whlle our negatrve team won there on the twenty flrst In the fxrst round of the State contest February 20, our aff1rmat1ve team won here but che negat1ve team lost at Algona Home debates th1s year were exceptlonally well attended, arous mg keen 1nterest Frank Ramsden, M1nn1e Schwendemann, and Le1la Tobey went to Drake to represent our school 1n the State tournament They won the f1rst round and lost 1n the second ark nn-S. Green, R, Beck, L. Tobey, lf, Ramsdtng Frou! Rn11fM. augcn, NV, 'alkcr, H. clsheim, M. c wendcmann -1 . U . . . . . . . . . ,, . ' , . . J , , ' . . , . . . 9 - . Q 3 page snly our 1 M R 1 Q M R 'Ih F Wh DECLAM In answer to the flrst call for decla1mers wh1ch came 1n the m1ddle of October, thlrty f1VC lnterested students responded Readmgs were chosen and study hall perxods glven to pr1vate rehearsals Mrs Frank Vetter, the coach brought twenty three cf1V6 oratorlcal, twelve dramatlc, and slx humorousj through to the prellmlnary contest From th1s group the Judges chose Reynold Thomas, Paul Kramer, and Ollve Johnson 1n orator1cal, Mae Etta Wheat, Ruth Seldenstxcker, Betty Mmkel, and Ruth Gawtry 1n dra matlc, and Harr1ett Merrltt, Eleanor Mc ullken, and ane M1nogue nn humorous to contxnue tra1n1ng for the next contest Paul Kramer who spoke COHSIIIUIIOH took fxrst place 1n the oratorl cal d1v1s1on 1n the home contest held here anuary 15 and Ohve ohnson who spoke The Soul of the Amer1cn Sold1er rece1ved second place, Mae Etta Wheat who presented Humoresque won flrst and Ruth Gawtry who read the Allen, second, ln dramat1c class, ane Mmogue wlth Chma Blue Eyes, flrst and Harr1ett Merrltt w1th Home Talent Rehearsal second, 1n che humorous class The three wmners of flrst places 1n th1s contest entered the flrst pre hmmary to the state at Otho, February 28, where each placed f1rst ln h1s d1v1s1on by a unammous vote of the judges Paul Kramer took flrst 1n the sub d1str1ct contest held at GOWFIC and from there he went to che d1str1ct at Scranton where he placed thlrd A Declam club was organxzed at che beglnmng of the year, functxomng untll the home contestants were chosen Burl: Run-j. Ninogue, H. erritt, . Gawrry, Ninkel, 7. johnson 17roll!Rnn-E. cQuilkin, ' omas, R. Seidensricker, P. Kramer, M. .. ' cat , - U . . ,, . . . zz ' ' as ' . cz sa ' V tc ' as ' ' -J ' - Q1 ' as ' ' ' ' u sa 5 page szxlg ll ls' IN THE DARKNESS THE KLEPTOMANIAC SUPPRESSED DESIRES JUNIOR CLASS PLAYS RldlCulOUS comedy humorous moments of suspense an appeal to comprehendmg sym pathy and throughout clever act1n V There you have the three one act plays whlch marked the debut of the class of 3 2 Under the dnrectlon of E S C,ortr1ght Jack Dorton as Stephen ane Whalen as Hen r1etta a psycho analysls enthusmst and Thelma Porter as Mabel presented the comedy Suppressed Deslres F1lled wlth complxcatlons The Kleptomamac followed wlrh Dolores Mattlce playmg eggy' Rachael Alnsworth Valerne Pauhne Johnston mald Erma Woodard Freda Ione Beers Mabel FvelynJeffr1es journahst and Helen Saunders Bertha More serlous but no less mterestmg the play In the Darkness wxth a settnng 1n the southern mountaxns concluded the entertaxnment Ruth Gawtry portrayed LISSIC Jean Helsell Bess Lee Walters Arthur and R1chardMulroney Nathan Vforkers behmd scenes nncluded commlttees on fxnance Carl Moeller Agnes Boge John Fvans Dorothv McCurdy Dorothy Gnlbert IeRoy Nydegger Ruth Sendenstlcker Mar garct Warner and Wallace Johnson pubhcxty Wlllnam Frost Wlllnam Merrntt and Olive Johnson propertnes Eleanor Mc u1lk1n Helen Hennessy and Jack Collms ushers Jane Mmogue Lexla Tobey and Fletcher Moore page wxfy sm 16, 1. ,V . , ps ' ' I, . fp' -,MKS ' I 1, .ya Juv ff si' 1 4 'ar K 7' 5 , - lc 1 Miva Wg f Q. ,, , , 1 ' .elf + ,J . 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U ,, . . . , . 5 Y I 3 ' 7 1 1 1 1 ' 1 - : 7 Y 1 1 , 1 1 -' 1 1 ' K 9 3 ' 9 Y . , - Q , , 4 - - 1 I 1 - sf RB Bdd R Rhd N W SENIOR CLASS PLAY Durmg the days of rehearsal Wldow by Proxy by Catherme Ch1sholm Cushmg was 1 subject of common d1scuss1on around school Just how to become a W1dOW by proxy vs as revealed on May 22 and 23 m the annual presentatxon of the Semor Class under the dlrec t1on of Everett S Cortrlght dramatlc coach The tale mtrlgumg 1n 1ts humorous sntuatlon fan exchange of 1dent1t5j offered full play for the talented hlgh spxrxted darmg Glorla Grey seen 1n Elxzabeth Bxddmger the young musnc teacher Great was the chagrxn of the two typncal Down East spmsters Thelma Rehder and Mabel Laurence wxth a mann for tltles who found the1r match IH thenr purported blue blood mece rejected because of her stage career Interested m the success of her double Dolores Pennington aken by Isabelle Fallon who had expernence 111 last year s Jumor Class play the real wndow fragxle sad eyed shots ed contrast to her more f1ery and energetxc frxend Portly and sensnble Ronald Barnes admlrably played the Part of Steve Penmngton capta1n of the U S N later the lover of pretty M1ss Grey H1s experlence gamed from M1n1ck was a not1ceable a1d 1n thls year s work Ralph Butzler the perfect butler who lxked a good novel Grlhgan the fashlonanle dressmaker ln Ellzabeth Buchanan Frank Ramsden as Lawyer Gallowav Wlth h1s hablr of free speech and onathan Penmngton the supposedly dead husband taken by John Woolrngton all portrayed thenr parts vs 1th reahty Comm1ttees selected from the class mcluded propertxes W1lbur Rush John Jacobsen Hazel Moore Helen Harless stage Harold Varley Mary Nelson James Carlson pub lltlty Robert Howxe Exerett Blomgren Rowena Studebaker Mildred Anderson fmante George Harless Ellvx ood Sanford Iohn Caweltn Patrxcm Welch Grace XV1rl1nd Ruth Barker Marjorle Robmson page slxfg tc1,c1 EVERETT BLOMGREN MARY CRUIKSHANK RONALD BARNES Elzto Ad B M ,g PUBLICATIONS Mzss Cruzkslaanlz Unusual ab1l1ty 1n the f1eld of journallsm belongs to M1ss Mary Crulk shank adv1ser of Blg and Llttle Dodgers as IS proved by many honors that have come to both publxcatlons entered 1n contests smce her advent here Hours of over t1me work generously glven that students may have Worth whlle 1ournal1st1c tra1n1ng have been rewarded partlally rn the l1st1ng of the Llttle Dodger as a superlor hlgh school paper 1n the Unlted States 1n I-Iarrlngton s Wr1t1ng for Pr1nt Every effort IS made by M1ss Crulk shank that students may come to rely upon themselves Evereft Blomgren If you want a job well done call on a busy man Th1S must have been 1n the m1nds of the publlcatlon advlsers when they chose Everett Blomgren to be edltor of the 1930 Dodger Besxdes takmg act1ve part 1n several clubs and a pr1nc1pal role 1n The Mxkado he has found t1me to do a thorough b1t of Work 1n oversee1ng the year book To h1s pleasantness and courtesy perhaps may be lald h1s success ln managmg a staff of twenty workers Ronald Barnes Filling forty f1ve pages w1th advertlsmg can be accompllshed only at the expense of one s lelsure t1me As a man of energy Ronald Barnes was se lected for the task He dlrected the Dodger Assembly and had charge of the subscrlptlon campa1gn 1' r vixvr usiness ana cr 9 9 . 1 s s . , ,Q . . 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U . ,, . 3 ' 9 , . , . . . , .- . page suty eight ILLIZABETH BIDDINGFR BEATRICE STROM GAROLD FROST Ed In Ad e B M g PUBLICATIONS Mzss Strom A very capable ass1stant was found for the department of Journahsm th1s year rn M1ss Beatrlce Strom of Sloux C1ty M1ss Strom comes from Hartley Iowa Where she was pr1nc1pal of the hrgh school She IS a grad uate of Mornmgslde College and has taken graduate work at Iowa Clty and Greely Colorado As asslstant M1ss Strom s speclal Work IS supervxs mg copy wr1t1ng for both Dodgers and th1s semester she has been g1ven all responslbxllty for the ed1tor1al staff of the L1ttle Dodger Elzzabetla Bzddmger Hav1ng had pract1ce ln all of the varlous processes necessary to the pub l1cat1on of a hlgh school paper Ellzabeth Blddlnger made an exceptlonally efflclent edltor of the 1929 30 L1ttle Dodger Most any day she mlght be seen ln a very busy corner of f1rst floor d1rect1ng the act1v1t1es of a staff of some SlXty reporters and headllne wrlters Her sense of news value coupled wxth her ab1l1ty to d1rect others made poss1ble the hrgh ratmg of the publlcatlon Garold Frost No ad sales no L1ttle Dodger' To Garold Frost busmess manager Went the magn1f1cent task of furmshmg funds wxth wh1ch to pay the prlnter s b1ll Hxs energet1c force of workers canvassed the busmess men regularly to sell advertlsmg space m the L1ttle Dodger i r vis r uxinesx arm er 9 9 ' ' . . , . . . , . . 3 - 3 . . . . , . 1 ' 3 S page snlg mm GX! 113 DODGER Complhng, ed1t1ng, sell1ng, and d1str1but1ng the Dodger IS an lmmense co operatlve project of the SCHIOFS Wxth the select1on of an edltor last spr1ng, work on the 1930 Dodger began Durlng the summer months plans and themes for the book were dlscussed, and, after careful con s1derat1on, gypsum, IIS hlstory and development 1n and around Fort Dodge due to 1tS school and communlty 1nterest, was chosen as the background theme Staff meetmgs at whlch the twenty d1l1gent workers gulded the publlcatlon through the processes of d1v1s1on apport1onment, page plan n1ng, plcture takmg, copy Wfltlng, ed1t1ng, copy readmg and sales and ad VCI'tlSl1'lg campa1gn1ng were held each Frnday afternoon at four 0 clock On the edltorxal staff were Everett Blomgren, Edrtor, Patr1c1a Welch and George Harless, Ass1stant Ed1tors, Department Edltors Janet Greene and Kathryn Keleher, Senlors, Isabelle Fallon and Marjorle Neill Faculty and Classes, Ruth Coats and Eleanor Warner, Actxvltxes, Gladys Babcock and Beatr1ce Goodman, QI'g3l1178I1Ol'lS, Hazel Moore, Glrls Athletlcs, Ellwood Sanford, Boys Athletlcs, Mary Nelson and Gertrude Warner, H1 L1fe, Frank Ramsden, Artlst and Cartoomst The busmess staff 1ncludes Ronald Barnes, Busmess Manager, Gladys Karl, ClfCUl3t1OH, Anne Rodenborn, Sol1c1tor, Vxvlan Kruse, Accountant, MISS Strom and Mlss Cru1kshank Superv1sors The entlre cost of the book, always budgeted very closely, IS met by subscrlptlons and advertlsmg Any proflt IS depos1ted m the Semor fund Silllltfillgglianmsdcn, Barnes, ', Marncr, lnllon, Neill, Kruse, Babcock, Goodman, '. warner, Karl Sru1mIfS:xnford, Hnrlcss, Blomgren, Welch, Greene, Kcleher, Nelson, Rodcnborn, Moore, Coats 1 , . . . . . , l 3 , l. sc l 1 I fy 1' B R lx h M C y T P Ny gg l k F d C YR -C t OC d LITTLE DODGER Deadllne tomorrow don t forget the deadline Thls 1S the most fre quently heard warning 1ssu1ng from the Dodger Off1CC where every other week reporters work desperately, and the editor and ass1stants concentrate on copy readmg or struggle over the last headl1nes 1n order that the L1ttle Dodger may make 1ts regular appearance on Thursday Under the d1rect1on of M1ss Mary Crulkshank and M1ss Beatrlce Strom the Llttle Dodger has won many honors for 1tself and the school, as is shown by the silver cups and certiflcates 1n the trophy cases The Dodger delegation consistmg of Everett C Blomgren R1chard Merryman, Ehzabeth B1dd1nger, John O Connell Mabel Laurence, Olive Iohnson and M1ss Cruikshank, chaperon, brought back two cups and three honorable mentlons from the Iowa H1gh School Press Assoc1at1on held at Gr1nnell last December John OConnell, assoc1ate edltor of the Ilttle Dodger, was elected president of the state orgamzatlon for the year 1930 193 1 BCSldCS hold1ng a membership 1n the Iowa Press Association, the Llttle Dodger IS also a member of the Natlonal Scholastic Press ASSOCIZIIOD and to msplre students to creat1ve writing, lt yearly enters mater1al published in 1ts column in contests sponsored by these orgamzatlons, and by Quill and Scroll and the National H1gh School Awards ff, . 1 r Ar , ' l' 6,-4' f X .4 , 44 F 1 - fr If f X y 'l 141' l f Q ark au-'cle er, . c own, Vl'atetn1an. johnson, Smith, Mcdj, lfrowt, Follett, Monte, Seimlcnsticker, Warner, Saunders, Ha , Rost, Rodenborn, hom son, Kcleher, Johnson: Srmml Run-Baker, Reeck, Gilbert, Robinson, .' de er, julandcr, Woo ington, Pink, Rule, Anderson, Merritt, Moeller. Pin , Mattice, allon, Rho es, Daniels, Swan, Ainsworth, urtis, Olson, jones: lfmu on lancy, Gilbert, Whi e, Hester, Merrynun, ' onncll, Biddingcr, Greene, Hoge, Norman, Pct-:rson Stanbra, Heflcy, Shel on, Hilton. et - 9 ' ay ' ' ' 5 . . . , . 3 . , . . . page scunfy one W H 1 KVI DRI1 QUILL AND SCROLL u1ll and Scroll IS the only means by Whlch the Fort Dodge Hlgh School recogn1zes ach1evement 1n publrcatlon work Requ1rements for member shlp depend on hlgh scolastlc standlng and outstandmg achlevement 1n some phase of 1ournal1st1c work The local soc1ety holds two 1n1t1at1ons each year one at mld semester W1th only members present and a banquet Jn June Whnch all Dodger and Llttle Dodger staff members attend The john Towner Eredenck chapter IS one of the charter chapters I Iune 1926 lt was organ1zed W1th four charter members Ehzabeth Arm strong Kenneth Eaton Luclle Hoyer Musey and Helen Prlce The chap ter now numbers forty three The complete roll of members lncludes 1926 Ellzabeth Armstrong Kenneth Eaton Luc1le Hoyer Musey Helen Prlce 1927 Mary Gleason Wllllam L Hamllton Kenneth Greene Wllllam Pmsker Joe T1erney Wllllam V Mulroney Vlfglnla Monosm1th Marjorne Wolfe Nancy V111 cent Murlel Hurst M1lton M Lomask Dorothy Rubenstenn Dorothea Stephan Donna Burtls Delma Clark R1chard Collms Una Wallace Ellen Murray Wh1teford Margaret Anderson 1928 Elolse Hurst V1rg1l Anderson Arnold Lott Marlon oselyn Thelma ewell Stumbo Marran Prrce Harold Parker 1929 Pearl Dreben Forrest Palmer Wlllard Nllnkel Luclle Schmldt Eleanor Iohnson Don Llndstrom Harold Peter son Georgla Mulroney osephlne Mnschler 1930 Ellzabeth Blddlnger Agnes Boge Rlchard Merryman ohn O Connell Bark Run'--M, 'olfc, j. Tierney, . l'eLersun, W. X inkcl, Ni. Price, . . crryman, A. Lott, . u cmtcin l"rrfuI Run-VV. Mulroney, F. Palmer, -I. Cyllonnell, T. Srumbo, A. Buge, E. Biddingcr, E. Hurst Q . . . . 1 , ' 9 ' ' . n . 1 1 1 ' T 1 1 1 - ' , I T A , 1 A 1 1 T 1 ' 9 3 7 3 ' 1 1 1 ' 3 9 ' 3 - 3 X 7 7 3 3 3 1 T 1 1 1 J 1 J 1 1 'T' 1 1 4 1 1 4 . , 1 1 D ' 1 1 J 1 - M 1 . J , 1 1 ' 1 ll lllfy-fll'U I COMMERCIAL TEAMS Once more a tr1p to Des Mo1nes netted the Fort Dodge typ1ng depart ment state honors Novlce and amateur teams returned, the former w1th a f1rst place, and the latter bearmg the cup for th1rd place, a permanent trophy On the team takmg flrst over all were Opal Robmson, Dorothy Metter, and Evelyn Murphey TYPISIS 1n the local amateur team mcluded Mary Nelson, second 1n the contest as most accurate w1th s1xty nme words and four errors, Paulme Wessar, and M1nn1e Lorens Precedmg the state meet a d1str1ct compet1t1ve meet here Aprll 76, of wh1ch Mable Snoeyenbos was manager, gave equal glory to both amateur and nov1ce teams who were awarded f1rsts PFIZCS for th1s d1st1nct1on were sllver cups Ind1v1dual honors 1n the nov1ce typmg were recelved by Evelyn Murphey f1rst, and Opal Robmson, s cond Mary Nelson re celved flrst m amateur typmg Shorthand groups partxclpatmg 1n the home meet, w1nn1ng second place, cons1sted of nov1ce Lucxlle Baker, Ellzab th Hamllton, Dolores Hart The amateur team mclud d Paulme Wessar, M1nn1e Lorens, and Lorame Landgren Shorthand mdnldual honors were gxven to Lucllle Baker, flrst ln nov1ce shorthand and Lorame Landgren, th1rd 1n amateur shorthand In tra1nmg for 1nters holastlc bouts and for typmg eff1c1 ncy, stress has been plac d by Mrs Vera Wh lan, typlng teacher and coach of the typmg teams, on the essentlals of speed and accuracy, rhythm, COHCCHIFZCIOH, fmgermg and keepmg the eyes on the copy Prof1c1ency of the successful contestants 1nd1cates a practlce perlod above the average two hours dally , -F K V A ,. K .tx . D. Mc wr, P. Wcssar, O. Robinson, P. Wcxsar, l.. Landgrcn, l.. Baker M. Lorem, Nl. Nelson, E. Murphey, M. Lorens, E. Hamilton, D. Hart . . D - , 4, . . . . . . D . . -T x, . . A . . . . . . Y. . . . . . . F . . . .Q v .. e . e ' ' page setentj ibn G s K h th M L g H k Rhd STUDENT COUNCIL Of students, by students, for students' Estabhshed to brmg puplls and faculty 1nto relat1ons of mutual ass1stance and co operat1on 1n the affa1rs of school lxfe and to develop and ma1nta1n democrat1c ldeals, the student councll has served 1ts object s1nce 1923 when It was organ1zed by the stu dents and Mr N1ckle Each organ1zat1on 1n the school has two representa t1ves Th1S group has met on the average of once a month to dlscuss and carry out plans for the general control and welfare of the school It has a large amount of 1mportant work to accompllsh, wh1ch necess1tates the appomtment of commlttees to take care of decorat1ons, trophy cases, bul let1n boards, and cleanlng of flags and banners Further respons1b1l1ty lncludes assxstmg 1n the malntenance of des1rab1e condxtlons ln the locker rooms and hall supervxslon, charge of the mov1es, sett1ng of dates for club assembhes, and checklng the status of club ac counts 1n the student exchange bank To meet the demand for usherlng, an usher s commlttee had permanent ushers selected and thoroughly 1n structed The student counc1l also planned and managed Stunt Nlte Thls year the purchase of a p1ano for the model apartment and a projec t1on machlne to show slldes for announcements was made w1th the help of other clubs Off1CCfS were George I-Iarles, pres1dent, ean Helsell, v1ce pres1dent, Helen Saunders, secretary treasurer Mr Nlckle IS head advrser Wlfh Mlss Holman as assnstant advlser Burlz Ron-Varley, ar ano, Follett, Mr. Nickle, Crouch, A. Anderson, Miss Holman, G. Harlcss, Blomgreng 'l'l1Iwl Run-Jacobson, johnson, Mcrrymzn, cle cr, Schultv, Larsen, Ainswor , csscrly, Hogan: S1'r'0uJRnuc-Kruse, Karl, Robinson, Boge, Lundy: l"rnr1l Ron- and ren, Saunders, H. arlcss, Min cl, Perkins, Codncr, Wheat, c cr, Hclscll, Beers, Lewis. , . . ' QQ ' 73 N4 ll fy-fain' LOCAL FORLNSIC LEAGUE Promotron of mterest and 2CE1Vlty 1n three branches of forens1cs, de clamat1on, debate, and dramat1cs, was the objectlve of a comm1ttee com posed of MISS Nancy Ferguson, chalrman, Mr W A Brrndley IVIISS Grace Hunter, Mrs Clara Dean, and M1ss Irene S1ncla1r who drew up a plan for the Forenslc League ln the fall of 1924 Accordrng to the constntutlon formed, any student 1n good standing rn the h1gh school or any teacher rn the school IS e11g1ble to membershlp An CXCCUIIVC board, members of wh1ch are elected by the respectlve classes, cons1sts of one represntat1ve from the Freshman class, two Sophomores, three Iun1ors, and four SCHIOFS Thxs board has charge of the plannmg and publ1sh1ng of all debate, declamatory and play schedules Last, but ch1ef of 1ts m1ss1ons IS the determmmg of the forensrc p0l1C1CS of the school The two off1cers, pres1dent and secretary treasurer, are elected at large from the student body Energet1c 1n the cause of makmg the organlzatmon a vrtal part of school '1fe thls year were Mr Wayne C Neelv, debate coach, and Mr Everett S Cortrxght, coach of dramatlcs, advlsers, assxsted by Jane Whalen, pres1dent, and Blanche Stowe, secretary treasurer Me tmgs are held when called by the advlsers or the pr1nc1pal The local Forensnc League was one of the forces lnstrumental 1n securmg the local chapter of the National Forensxc League, and wxll feel keenly the absence of Mr Neely s enthusxastlc support ln carrvmg out next years work , f ' A wxxk . YXB X 'J Burk Ron-Hogan, Whalen, Mr. Neely, li. Thonus, Rnmsdcn: lruu! Kun-Stowe, Nlulroney, R. Tllonnn. Exam, Minogue :L ' . . . , 1 . . - . . - . e l V , . . . . , x . I 4 jmgv M z I5 B A E VlcDade ar 0 D A de lx Me r rr c e Bu T A e er a r R a c G R M R b nson Su V5 X R n ENGLISH CLUB The Enghsh club, a llterary soc1ety estabhshed rn 1975 has completed a most successful year under the capable guldance of 1ts adv1sers, Wxlma Hastle and Mrs Clara Dean The club, provldxng CXCFCISC 1n oral expres s1on and parllamentary procedure, meets every other Wednesday evemng alternatmg Wlth the Latln club Dodger sp1r1t prevalls 1n the club and fmendshlp, co 0perat1on, and goodwlll abound Membersh1p IS determmed both by scholarsh1p and 1nv1tat1on The club s emblem IS a shleld shaped gold p1n Muslc, speeches, and plays 1n wh1ch each member IS g1ven an opportunrty to help produce or appear offer a varxety of entertamment A play Sauce for the Goslmg, presented at a regular meet1ng, was repeated at a Father and Son Banquet at the Congregat1onal Church The soclal calendar 1ncluded the Annual In1t1at1on at North Woods Park, and a banquet at wh1ch the club was host to Delta Rho held at the Wahkonsa Hotel on Aprll 10 The fall offlcers were ane Mmogue, pres1dent, ack Collms, v1ce pres xdent, ane Whalen, secretary, ean Helsell, treasurer Sprmg offlcers lean Helsell, presldent, August Anderson, vnce presldent, Robert Ken yon, secretary, and XV1ll1am Menutt, treasurer Marlorle Robmson and George I-Iarless were the club s rcpresentatwes on the Student Councll Bark Ron-A. Edwards, O'ConneIl, R. Xvoolingmn. E. lomgren, A. ndcrson. . r , G. H l ss, . n rsun: I-'uurtb Run-M. Swan, W. Lyons, j. Warmurh, J. Collins. R. 'envnn, W. ri , C. Moll r, F. Fosrer, G. rgeson, lv nl Kun'-J. Minogu , V. G e u, D. Th Cher, . Thomas, F. W'arner, G. B bcmck, H. oodman, R. ubenslein, . o i , l.. Reuben, Srroml Run-j. Helsell, D. Cleveland, A. Smith, P, Kramer, I. Beers, D. Maurice. V. Hilron, H. Rhodes, M, Thomas: lfrrml Run--H. .a nders, il, 'h:zlen, R. Seldemtickcr, .L Whrner. I.. Tobey, Jeffries, U. olwinson, N. Huberg, H, Merrill, H. Du smoor. 1- 7 ' 5 . . . U . . ,, . . . . . . , . . ' ' QQ ' a . ,, . a ' , . . . . . . 7 ' ' Ja 1 rfzrrzly-six 1 M M r I- DELTA RHO To promote lnterest of 1tS memb rs 1n compos1t1on, declamatlon, ex temporaneous speaklng, debatmg, dramaucs, and parl1amentary proced ure Delta Rho, one of the oldest organ1Lat1ons of the school, met every other Wednesday evemng It alternated w1th Engllsh club 1n the use of the muslc room and room seven Membershxp IS by 1nv1tat1on and IS hmxted to thlrty f1ve To be el1g1ble, memb rs must ma1nta1n an average grade of B and be upper classmen, no Freshmen are adm1tted The club S colors are blue and gold and the club p1n b a1s the Greek letters Delta Rho Among IES accompllshments thls year were a contr1but1on to the plano and sllde projector fund, appearance on Stunt Nlte, and management of the publ1c1ty for the opera, The M1kadO Grandma Pulls the Strlng ' was the t1tle of the play wh1ch was presented ln the ass mbly 1n the early part of February by Martha Haugen, Betty hvans, Thelma Rehder, Betty Mmkel, Naoml Fellows, and Donald Geyer, under the d1rect1on of Thelma Rehder A jO11llI banquet at the Wahkonsa Hotel under the superv1s1on of the Fnghsh club was the ch1ef soc1al event Offncers were Naoml Fellows, presldent, Rlchard Mulroney, VICC presl dent, Ellzabeth Hamllton, secretary, and Patrlcna Welch, treasurer Advlsers MISS Holman, Mr Neely, and Nhss Guernsey H ,W H7 , I Bark Ron-j, Tv ulroncy, Pontius, Crouch, Flynn, GL-ycr, Hogan: Sammi Run-W, johnson, j. Mcrryman, Howie, S. Green, Sanford, R, Larson, R. ulroncy, Garlock: l'm1rlRnn-vHarlc,x, Gawtry, Perkins, Follows, Haugen, Rehder, Wheat, inkcl W'arncr, Hamilton, Mmzlzrrx Not zu Pif-1ur.'--Neill. Welch, B, Evans, O. johnson, Lawrence, Chew, Jacobson. Lewis, Rndenborn, Ainswor h, Aroxt, Green. Taylor. . . D . . . . - c , y - . - . . . D . . . c ze sr . ' 1 . D A c . ' ' u ' an ' ' u ' 33 u ' 1 ' ' . D . c I . L . page smenty sewn Bark Rau-C Gran erh O Rohmton O Dax dson F Huck I Ne ell Hunrlex F W hear X W lson M Knderson B Bell R Bnddnnger N1 McBane D Greenway T Reeelc N1 Hover K Kuhlman I Ilngreen NI Crosby W Schn Srzeufb Ron S Anders I Curr: F Hesser C' Sheldon I. Buchana lr Olson A Xlszou Madole I' Parsons E Norma Drag ton F Thx x H 5 r I. 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Swan oles Y I e h e yn L e er L r s ones Thr on I' Por! r ster I' Btlttr G ab k x oore 11 M s V1 Swan on X uanre M Wold B Mm e W heat nd I S Il N1 I' h I: Lr on 1rrls o en orn omgren errls D nson ML ull nn Burgeson R Wneht I Beers A Welch O ohnsmn I Reuben M Coyle B Stowe H Merrntt I: Hueks ,I Mxnogue Swan M Phelan IruuIRn4 C Wretnm R Bu R Cottrell B ohnson I' Green L Hoeh VI Sue: D Kehm p R Coats M Ntlon I' 4 mally I obnr :truce I wx C IRL RESERVES Orgamzed 1n 1920 to develop quahtles encouraged by the Y W C A the G1rl Reserve club has grown to be one of the largest school groups Membershlp lS open to any glrl W1ll1ng to accept the purpose, slogan, and code of the club Programs th1s year, held the second and fourth Tuesday of each month, symbol1zed the phases of a treasure hunt Emphasls on muslc was brought by Betty Evans, song leader, and Edlth Green, p1an1st At Chr1stmas the g1rls contrlbuted to baskets for poor famllxes and sang carols to shut 1ns To ra1se money for the1r projects, a servxce commxttee sold confectlons at the var1ous athletlc events Good t1mes lncluded a date party, Gypsy Patteran, Mother and Daughter Tea and Banquet, and a pot luck supper Marjorle Robmson, presldent, Ellzabeth B1dd1nger, v1ce pres1dent, Hazel Moore, secretary, Harrlett Merrltt, treasurer, Betty Evans, muslc, V1v1an Kruse, soclal, Agnes Boge, program, Mary Swanson, Anna Feeny, serv1ce, L1ll1an Rueben, publ1c1ty Adv1sers Mlss Nordman, Mxss Helga son, M155 Strom, h1gh school, Mrs Wllson, MISS Huntley, Y W C A ' . s , . 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B M L S beg B od 'VI t1 I' o er asm .1 0 Ev,g,HBeli, E EH N BH Wh: Ht MH H R I 1 v XX JUNIOR COMMERCIAL CLUB Smce 1921 un1or Commercnal club has been 1n ex1stence, undergoxng a reorgamzatxon durlng the sprlng of 1974 Interestlng and valuable talks were gxven by bus1ness men, demonstrauons of commerc1al machlnes were made, and other types of programs were presented at meetlngs held each month ln the Chamber of Commerce room El1g1b1l1ty requ1res an average of seventy f1V6 per cent 1n school work and Sophomore, un1or or Senlor standlng Membershxp by 1nv1tat1on, xs unl1m1ted, the club now havlng seventy fxve A new pm resemblmg a scroll was chosen th1s year The club vxsxted 1ndustr1es 1nclud1ng the Plymouth Clay XVorks, the Serum Plant, and Pfaff s Bakery The subscrlptlon for Forbes magazlne 1n the hbrary the flnancmg of commerclal teams 1n shorthand and typlng for the d1str1ct and state contests, and a contrlbutlon to the plano fund were accompllshed through the selhng of refreshments at athletlc events Rn Alumnl Banquet held on February 3 1n the Wahkonsa Ball Room was the chlef soclal functlon of the year In1t1at1on and a general soclal gath ermg 1n October and a spr1ng p1cn1c concluded the l1st Offlcers Walter Horn, presxdent, M1nn1e Lorens, VICC presndent, L11 l1an Reuben, secretary, and Donald NV1ll1ams, treasurer Advnsers MISS Whlte, M1ss Whelan, and Mls Snoeyenbos mek nu--I. Cawelri, . S ine, D. ohnson, E. ' urj, R. Fo vtt, n, lr. Sc wendemann, A. aird, H. Ian- field, ', Horn, L, Baker, 'lf J on-R. johnson, li. jessen, . , N! A ' , E. Belfer, l.. Johnson, R. arker, M. Chel r , , G o man, . . Haynes: Ifuur f Run-V, Smith, ' . W'hi , '. r ',fM. u , V. Thomas, I. jenison, L. V n in, G. B bc ck, G. Wdrland, Nl. Nlcnadr, l. Dickerson: Tllinl Ron- , 'C r , , Vit, , Hesser, '. anson, D. Mellor, M. Coyle, C. Holmberg, C., Bogc, O. Holmsrrom, M, Crosby, R. Rubcnsteixx2SQ'ul1 -Rim-Y. Suer, G. Elsberry. L. Reuben, .l. Swanson, V, Quanta, P. Edxenson, . arris, D. i c, M. Anderson, G. il on, . ansnn, Nl, Thumasg Fmul RUHAI., Bradley, l.. Hoclx, M. E. cflcy, l'. Lipp, lf, Buchanan, P. Vfessar, . S rauss. ll. Zucrrcr, M. laurencc, L. Nay, M. Luv, H, Ma., G, wmdafd. ' 1 , . . . . . 7 . . . . . , A page sc L 1 nh nnzc page Flgbfj 11 Ro H Xa Osdall M l y Thatcher P k Wool gto Larso X eg Coll s Nydegg r Larsen Nel o I 1 I Ro a L I a r c r Wo A derso L d flu al Rox AO B an e 0 es B str p H Os Hoga Po ze Srron A er Wa er Tbv Wa c e ra Ltr LATIN CLUB Creatlon of greater 1nterest 1n a subject IS a deslrable objectxve Wh1ch has been accompllshed by the Latm club or S1gn1feres Com1tes meanmg Standard Bearers and Compamons Mrs Margaret Pratt, MISS Iucy W1nter, and MISS Vesta Llkens are responslble for Latm club, havmg or gamzed It 1n the fall of 1924 Interestmg programs dealmg wlrh var1ous Latm subjects are pres nted at the meetlngs held every other Wfednesday, alt rnatmg w1ch Engllsh club and D lta Rho Thls year the bx m1llen1al anmversary of Vlfgll s b1rth was obs rved Wlth flttmg programs Latln plays, smgmg of Latm songs, and d1scuss1ons of Roman llfe, customs, and gam s, also a1ded 1n prov1d1ng en t rta1nment Only Freshm n who ma1nta1n an A grade 1n Latm are Cllglbl for memb rsh1p Wh1le Sophomor s, unlors, and S nlors are requxred to have B b fore th y may 10111 and b entltled to Wear the s roll llke p1n of the Lat1n club Latm club contrlbuted to the new plano and th sl1de projector MISS Lucy W1nter, MISS Vesta Lnkens, M1ss Adelalde Sharon, and M1ss Florence Wyman are the advlsers Offlcers are LeRoy Nydegger, prlmus consul, Robert WOOl1DgtOH, se undus consul, ohn Merryman, quaestor, Ruth S ldenstlcker, praetor, and Rob rt Larson, censor The club Won flrst for the1r aud1tor1um pres ntatlon, Penelope s Web, as well as for the1r gym booth on Stunt Nlte B ck u'-R. ursr, Strauss, V n , u rone , , in , in n, n, Vi , in , e , N, , s n, ,awp Fanr la u-Willi mson, T. Hurs , Cl gg, Bu nquisr, Habhab, ja obsen, A. Smi h, odard, r r, n n, in g ' fr L' ' rien, Sw , B ck, Thomas, Rh d , id u , olmberg, Hayward, Frost, Van dall: 4 Rau'-Davlidson, Merryman, Evans, Sayles, Mefld, Leamnn, johnson, Swanson, Higgins, Kuhlman, Penterman, Merritt: I-rnuf Rau'-P kins, G. rn , 0 e. , Hanson, Saunders, Seidcnsricker, M. rn r, johnson, Srilw II, K mer, l sen, Hoevet. . . U . . . ,, . lf ' 7, ' . . 4 . . . . . . Q e . D . . . c 3 . .- . . . . . , . V . A . . . . . . . .. . . . . 0 . . . . - V G . .. . D . . U ,, . . . . Q e - 3 . . 0 . D . . . , , ,, H ,, . . . . . a Q Q A - - sa v - . . . Q . . - - . . . Y . 5, . . ' f- . J . v S ' S . - ' ' ' Q ' rt 1 19 V b Y C MC, N V W W DM SHOW SHOP It IS only f1tt1ng that one of the clubs 1n the school be devoted to drama w1th an object of foster1ng all types of dramat1c work, lead1ng students to a keener apprec1at1on of dramat1c hterature, and s rvlng as a go between for all orgamzatlons wh1ch W1Sh to use the h1gh school stage Show Shop IS the club that f1lls such a requ1rement To fac1l1tate handl1ng of work, the membersh1p has been restr1cted to th1rty A study of the Amerlcan Europeon stage and revlews of authors and then' plays are presented at the meetlngs held every other Wednesday Val ulable work 1S performed by the club wh1ch constructs the scenery used and takes care of the stage The organ1zat1on gave valuable ass1stance at the un1or class play, the Sen1or play, the operetta, and the un1or College play In add1t1on to these serv1ces rendered, undoubtedly the largest prolect of che club th1s year was ch transformauon of the mus1c room 1nto a l1ttle theater Show Shop was reorgamzed last year by Mr Cortr1ght Ab1l1ty 1n dra mat1 s or stage techn1cal1t1es and an acceptance by a two th1rds vote of the club 1S a requ1rement to be met by prospect1ve members The club s gold p1n cleverly deplcts a comlc and traglc mask between wh1ch IS a sword bearmg the 1nscr1pt1on Show Shop Offlcers are Ronald Barnes, presldent, and Hazel Moore, secretary treasurer Ione Beers and Harold Varley are the student councll represen tatxves Mr Cortrnght IS the club s adv1ser page ezghty one a, Rx j. arlson, E. , c 'ullough, F. Crouch, j. Dnrron, M. elson, H. nrley, J. helen, I.. 'altcrm I, Beers, , auice. M. Laurence, R. Gawtry, F. S. Cortright, H. Moore, R. Barnes, AI. Minogue. Blomgrcn. . . . . A . - .- . A . . . . .l . - ' .P . . . - . Sf up . . . , . . . . U ,, . . . , . 'vii . Dd CHEMISTRY CLUB EXplos1ons, queer odors, a jumble of H O s and NaCL s and you are aware that a l1ve group of chem1stry enthus1asts are agaln workxng over t1me Wlth a des1re to stlmulate an mterest 1n chemxstry among students the Chemlstry club was organlzed th1s year To carry out thelr program an average of twenty members met Monday even1ngs, twxce a month IU the chem1stry room under the adv1sersh1p of Mr Ian Cartwrlght Reports on gun cotton, gun powder, the o1l mdustry, and the manufacture of 1ce were among the 1nterest1ng programs Most of the t1me was devoted to subjects related to chem1stry, such as matches, exploslves, baklng powder, and the new advancement ln the fleld of chem1stry Every meetlng was dlfferent, and as the club has very llttle to do 1n the matter of mmutes, dues, and other matters of the sort, no t1me was wasted Both I-hgh School and Jumor College students are adm1tted to membersh1p The chemlstry of exploslves was demonstrated w1th experlments Thxs proved to be one of the most popular and most 1nterest1ng of the lectures A fllm showlng the manufacture of gasol1ne was also obtaxned from the Iowa State College and presented to the members at one of thelr meetmgs Another feature of the club was the 1nterest1ng trlps made by the students to the Ice plant, the Gypsum mlll, and the Gas plant Mr Cartwrnght proved to be a verv capable advlser durmg the school season, and the offlcers ass1st1ng h1m were Frank Ramsden, presxdent, John Flynn, v1ce presndent, and Robert Kenyon, secretary treasurer Burk Run-Stocking, Tlmlubcn, Newell, Haynes, Pontius, Ramsden, Whterman, Mc n c, lflynn, Kenyon, Vcvlc, Mr. Cnrzwright. lfnml Run-Robinson, Minogue, Jewell, Cooper, Kline, Yarlcy, lfrmntv I l up , , .1 I fm 1 llgllfj-fIl,'0 If f d HOWLING HUNDRED F1ght Dodgers, f1ght' has been the slogan of the Howl1ng Hundred led by 1tS four enthus1ast1c cheer leaders, Olxve ohnson, Dolores Matt1ce, Donald Clark, and Donald Thatcher Stunts for clever assemblles, 1deas for generatxng new pep, yells wlth mean1ngs these were products of thelr tlreless enthuslasm Dur1ng the football season, at meetmgs held nn the 1ud1tor1um Wednesdays after school, the1r 1deas were put to trxal Com plete programs, characterxzed by the1r snap and sparkle, at two of the pep assembl1es were under thelr dxrectlon The sp1r1t of pep IS further gener ated by the red and black skull caps worn by the members and then' floatmg red and black banners and canes The plan for a gold football as a travel1ng trophy between Dubuque and Fo1t Dodge or1g1nated Wltlllfl the group Thls pep organ1zat1on had ltS begxnmng 1n 1922 when If was founded by Lyle Shrlmp Shrader Although It has been 1nact1ve at xntervtls If was reorgan1zed ln 1928 and has cont1nued 1n eX1stence w1thout a lapse smce that tlme At present, membershlp IS l1m1ted to one hundred, any student who ns mterested belng ehglble to 1o1n Carrymg the major responslblhty for the smooth functlomng of the body are 1ts offlcers Donald Clark presldent, Donald Thatcher, VICC pres1dent, Ollve Johnson, secretary, and Dolores Mattlce, treasurer Two members, Luc1lle LEWIS and Wnllnam Keleher, represent Howlxng Hundred on the Student Councxl Head adv1sersh1p belongs to Prmclpal Clarence E Nlckle liurk Ruzafmlchcr, lowlyn, johnson, lmcdvritkx, Nickle, Hoge, Sayles, lnffcr, lc lcyg Mnlllln' Run-W'ol , Hoevcl, ljltscn, Harmon, Smnhrn, l'u:lcrsuu, CQ Sheldon, Mitchell, Xl. Sheldon, ll,lllxl.1dI1 lfvullf Rnnff lark, Mmuicc, Pink, Kcluhcr, lhiru, johnson, Thatcher, QQ ' ' 99 ' , . 2 1. - ' 4 . . . . . N . ,, . . . . . 2 , ' ' ,7d.Ql'tIxl1f1 I rr B R Pk 1,v1 T Tb Wh yK Hth k Trh P HIY To create, ma1nta1n, and extend throughout the H1gh School and com mun1ty, h1gh standards of Chr1st1an character, IS the purpose and 1deal of the members of the H1 Y Th1s club has been a contlnual source of enjoy ment and a favorable 1I'1flLlCI1CC to h1gh school boys s1nce 1tS organ1zat1on 1n 1919 by a select group of students It IS aff1l1ated w1th the nat1onal H1 Y club and has an average attendance of forty at each meet1ng Every Thursday evenmg the H1 Y sponsors a program at the Y M C A At these meetxngs the members have heard d1scussed, by competent speak ers, the problems v1tal to every h1gh school boy The club WhlCh has been actlve th1s year has combmed soclal and bus1ness affalrs 1n such a way that che members have enjoyed the1r work, and the act1v1t1es have benef1tted the h1gh scool to some degree They have alded at athletlc contests through hosp1tal1ty to v1s1t1ng teams A spec1al feature of the year was the Older Boys Conference h ld at Marshalltown, where the Dodger H1 Y was well repres nted One of the enjoyable act1v1t1es of the year was an exchange basketball game w1th Boone H1 Y, each team w1nn1ng the v1ctorv 1n ltS own home town The programs of the orgamzatlon have been under the capable super v1s1on of Mr Cooper of the h1gh school, and Mr Sm1th of the Y M C A The offlcers were Carl Lars n, pres1dent, ack Garlock, V1ce pres1dent, Frank Cooley, secretary, and R1chard Welch, treasurer The counc1l mem bers are Joe Amsworth and Kenneth Messerly ark on-Anderson, Waterman, Green, D. in . Messer ', 1 oorc, Ainsworth, ang, Harless, McDadeg iid Rane- :lc , Rush, Nichols, Crouch, Larsen, Woolington, Frost, Garlockg Srr011JRon-Holle , aylor, Howie, u c inson, Larson, H. Carlson, W'ic s, Hinsch: I-'wut Rnu'---Merryman, Cawelri, jzcnbsnn, hae er, Johnson. Porter, Barnes, j. Carlson, Blomgren, D. ink. , . , . S A .. O . . . . . . V - . o . u J . - . . Nr IJGQI zlglalj-four DED ICATION HE DODGER SPIRIT embod1es all the re qulrements of good sportsmansh1p, often deflned as followlng the Golden Rule, to gether wlrh an 1deal of vlctory for whlch to str1ve Dodger athletes and coaches are noted letlc encounters To the statuette of v1ctory emblematxc of these qual1t1es, we dedlcate th1s port1on of our book of school events F pagf uglatj 1 for their generosity and courtesy in all ath- Y l f '-fin' ll fzfy LAXVRFNCI- NLXWSUVI l ilu illlemnrtam Semor Hlgh students regret w1th deep sm certy the death of thelr schoolmate, Law rence Newsum, wh1ch came suddenly as a result of a motorcycle accldent durmg the summer vacat1on Lawrence, an outstandmg athlete, of hke able personahty and fme character, would have been a member of the 1930 graduatlng class In numerous act1v1t1es of the school he was always prom1nent, at the same tlme keepmg h1s scholastlc standlng above aw erage er, Lawrence represented the school 1n ath let1cs, w1nn1ng letters 1n h1s Sophomore and un1or years, and fmally bemg elected cap tam of the 1979 team Last fall we mlssed Lawrence 1n football all year we mlssed hnm 1n classes, and th1s sprmg we shall mnss hlm at commencement l l9l -41929 A A very remarkable, fair, clean football play- 5 Vg. -'-Six 1' 'ang '-Ik NP' 5 5' 'Tm dna I B COUC H I A N1 KIXISTRY I' N COOIIR C BI ATHLETIC DIRECTORS 101111 B Gozzgb John B Gough head coach of football basketball and track has dxs tmgulshed hlmself as a worthy and able coach teachxng hls athletes to flght hard and clean w1th true Dodger Splflt Proof of h1s 1nterest 1n football IS ev1denced by h1s suggested rules governmg t1e games Izcd N Cooper Second place 1n two wrestl1ng tournaments three flrsts 1n the state and a flrst 1n the M1d Iowa conference have come to Fort Dodge I-Ingh smce the arrlval of Fred N Cooper head wrestl1ng coach and phy slcal tra1n1ng dxrector ASS1St1Hg h1m Wlth wrestl1ng IS Leshe N Goeldner I Alba: 1' MCKlIISfVJ A college letterman xn each of three sports football basketball and track J Albert MCKIHSIIV has pros ed hlmself a valuable asslstant to Mr Gough throughout the past yea1 Latin' G Ban Three out of four county t1tles 1n basketball made up the record of Coach Lester G Benz s GOWFIC teams before he jolned the coachlng staff here Butler football squad and second team basketeers hue beneflted by h1s tfalnlflg . 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I G I I r page 1 5 141 ATHLETIC COUNCII Arhl t1c Counc1l or1g1nated1n 24 IS made up of a boy and a g1rl r pre s ntlng each of the four classes 1n the h1gh school Pr1nc1pal Clarence E Nxckle and the athletlc coaches Elec non of the pres1dent and s cretary treasurer IS made by the student body Dutl s of the Athlet1c Councll 1n clude superv1s1on of the flnances of all athletlcs and dec1s1on on problems perta1n1ng to the athlet1cs of the school It awards the monogram F K to athletes who have earned It P IN S STUDENT MANAGERS A student manager IS a rlght hand man both of a coach and of a team HIS work IS by no means easy To fulflll h1s duty well he must attend all practlces 1ssue towels check equ1pment, and do any other odd jobs that come up at the spur of the moment For h1s SCFVICCS durlng a football wrestl1ng basketball, or track season, a student manager IS awarded the monogram F w1thasmall SM Donald Jeffers managed the Duncombe squad Wendell Waterman the Butler Merv1n Thomas, h1gh school basketball W1lbur Rush wrestl1ng and Wllllam Keleher track Kleher Tho us XX r R l jff s jwagf ugbfy rzgbf 1 Q . . . . . , V , , . . Q - Q.- D . . 5, , . 1 ' ' . . Q - v . .D . . . - . Il ,Y Bu1'l:RnlL'-R. Perkins, Mr. Gou h, Geyer, Jenson, ' ' Mr. Nickle, Wclchg FY'1IVllRI1H7l'l0CvCt, Hennessey, l'I:ll0wS, G. Crkinsg Alu! IH Pl1'IlArf'- 1. lm0n5On, 7 - . ' , 7 7 ' 3 3 QQ ,, ' QQ ,, . . , 1 . . . . . . ' , 3 , 5 , . e , n , "a erman, usm, e cr Dubuque 0 Fort Dodge 13 LETTERMLN Rodernck Jeffers Captam Roddy had the abxhty to hat the l1ne and block as well as the best Dodger backs of the past Gou gh Ronald Barnes A real f1ghter who used h1s head to outplay h1S brawmer rxvals Gong J George Harless A good defens1ve man and a fast man m the mterference made George an outstandmg guard Gou b Ray Durschmndt A real blocker and a chargmg fearless tackler on defense -Gough Robert I-Iowne The b1ggest man on the squad a tower of strength on defense and a good blocker when Fort Dodge had the ball -Gough Robert Jenson A good passer a good kxcker .1 good punt handler and a good fneld generwl Gough fb! rv fu ' jmga rlgbty mm .1 A 1 , - U - QQ n U ' x U - . . . . , . . . . ,, 7 . K. far A - ff - 1 I . . 3 . ,, U ' fb Al' 1 - ee . ,. . - 3, ., - n , . A h . ki if -1 . ,, . y U -Y . Q :E MQ 1,51 r s -,V -- R, Qs "qi a u 'W My 'QQ -M1 Q . , 12 , 2, Q., rg- A-Q H Y I ' M' n N .Tw - ' ,T K -L ,.7 5 ,Q fs' v V, I 14 - ' za gc 11111413 1 -J' Webster Cnty 0 Fort Dodge 20 LETTERMEN Harry Largent An aggressxve and pow erful end wlth abxlrty to catch passes and advance the ball -Gough R1chard Welch A fast shxfty open freld runner who could alwavs be counted on to do hls best -Gough Carl Larsen A drxvmg half or fullback vu ho could block and tackle well Gough Rnchard Hogan Wlth plenty of speed and a great knack at catchmg passes thrs bov was a fme halfbaek Gough Roy Kaylor Hard work consrstent en deavor and team loyalty made hlm mdxspens able to the team Gough Donald Geyer A frghtnng spmt com bmed wxth speed shxftmess and a good bead Should develop mto a star CJ0Il5lJ I rr - v - . . . I S! ' m . U . . . . . . , , ' 9 1 i! i u - ' u f L ' 1 . H . ' Y! I ' s .', u - r . . . . . , . , - , n ' 1 ' K", QM f .- 5 s. ., N V, ve, 741. 'nfl I V I ,, . . . . X V A ,km . . . . - ,wtf 5 bp I . . . . - mf 1,-or , , - - V' 1 :B J ' n s U D f' -Wy. ., - , if' -2 ' K i ,y ' , I 4 . SIOUX C1ty 19 Fort Dodge 7 LETTERMEN Melvln Hall A real scrapper a great passer and a boy who could play the l1ne or back lt up on defense Gough Arthur Lentz Always eager to learn and Willing to work he showed remarkable nmprove ment dur1ng the season Gough Leo Campbell Although handncapped by mlurles he had flght speed and expemence that vsas a great asset to the team Gough Kenneth jordan A real f1ghter and a hard worker Kenneth battled hrs way up to a pos1t1on on the flrst team Gough Wrlllam Oswald Th1S sophomore was called on nn many emergencxes to f1ll 1n at guard and center and he alvs ays came through lnke 1 veteran Gough Stanley Camrnerer A qunet w1ll1ng and dttermmed player who showed a steady 1mprovt ment throughout the entlre season Gough a gt mm ty om mmcomnr SQUAD B kk T JR gr. M R I rD AAd JW11 lYlb R W FOOTBALL Durlng the 1929 season the Fort Dodge Hlgh School football team played rather brllllantly at tlmes, on other occaslons fa1l1ng to dlsplay much of thelr sk1ll A stlff schedule confronted them 1nclud1ng strong teams from every sectlon of the state Maklng a rather powerful comeback dur mg the latter part of the season, the Dodger team succeeded 1n closlng w1th four v1ctor1es and f1ve defeats In che fall the team was unfortunate enough to be mlnus the servlces of Co captaln Lawrence 1Newsum, a vet eran guard, who was kllled ln an accldent durlng che prevlous summer AS1dC from Captaln Roderlck effers and f1ve other lettermen, all were practlcally new mater1al At the close of the season Melv1n Hall, a jumor, seemed to be the most outstandlng player as he was placed on the thlrd all state team Captaln Jeffers, Robert Jensen, and Ray Durschmldt recelved honorable mentlon The Scarlet and Black lnaugurated the season by defeatmg Eagle Grove on the home fxeld 14 to 0 Played on a muddy gr1d1ron, the game was rather slow Although It was the fxrst game, the team showed great slgns of both offenslve and defenslve power Next on the schedule was a tr1p to Waterloo There the team fought West H1gh but lost 12 to 0, takmg the flrst defeat 1n football that Fort Dodge has ever suffered at thelr hands The followlng week Sxoux Clty F Y. , f ' A . 0 sa +1 - ' 'W f ' ' . : nr nu-Kennedy, McKinley, P, Barnes, Harlem, Messerly, Crouch, L. Campbell, Pontius, Jeffers, .lcnscng hir nu'-Gou . cKins!ry, K. jordan, Schmidt, . Barnes, Durschmidt, Lentz, Xvclch, C. Larsen, Hall, Howie. Dorsey, Butterworth. Heileman, Kaylor. Francis, Mariclc, Benz, Jeffers, Cooper: Serond Run-W'ilson, Bergren, Woodbury, Brokow. A. Lentz, Rogers, Burnquisr, Smi h, Van Osdall, B. Schmid , anielson, . n arson: lf1nlRnu-Pererson. . " innery. R. Larsen, S. Cammerer, Tc 'i iss, Largem, Hogan, Reed, . Larson, Geyer, Oswald, 'alrers, johnson. . . . Y flag: 11111413 -luv BLTII-R SQL XD B ,ER d I FOOTBALL yourneyed to Fort Dodge and, due to the1r supernor passlng attack, de feated the Dodgers 19 to 7 Resummg former relat1ons with North High of Des Momes, the team drove to the capltal c1ty and, play1ng1n very m1serable weather, lost 12 to 0 Boone vs as the next rlval on the schedule Fort Dodge met the Toreadors on their own fleld and out played them durmg most of the contest but falled to score a touchdown Boone got their lone touchdown as the re sult of a long run on th opening kick off The Dodgers were defeated 6 to 2 Armlstlce Day Algona came to Fort Dodge and was turned back by a score of 7 to 0 The locals dlsplayed a great deal of force and won a more decxslve v1ctory than the score indicates Next the grldders tackled Web ster C1ty and returned with a 20 to 0 VILIOFY havlng demonstrated their greatest offensive power Followlng this, the Dodgers, for th flrst t1me, met Dubuque, one of the strongest teams 1n the eastern part of the state Wrth the return of Captam Jeffers, who had been out of the three precedlng games, the locals cons lnced the easterners by a 13 to 0 score that the team rated the hlghest on paper IS not always the best aggregation Playing w1th their long loved rival, Mason Clty, on an ice covered fleld at Mason Crty Thanksgwlng Day, the team closed the season A touchdown that didn t count cost the Dodgers the game by a narrow margin of 6 to 0 1 ' , I ' Q f I X t - x i ' ' 5 l , . ' , ' r ' .5 I 1 t 1 ,' 1. -l , K , a t l ' 3' . ! , V -K ll, A I XL X K . X ' n i I ' . 1 , 'r : in ou-V'awrni.xn, Whiting, Cahill, Swanson, jones, Dunsmoor, Xlclxod, Perkins, Mueller, Johnson: Tfvrll Rau-Kenyon, Meyers, Sperry, Wolfe, W'l1alun. Core, Brainerd, K. Peterson, C. Peterson: Snnull Run--Cornell, Guggisbcrg, C.:u.1n.1ugh, Alpcrs, l'ilw.urds, Klutcrspauw, Warner, Mud 1 I-mul Run-Smith, Aguilar, Anderson, Schulll, Nelson, Cagg. Nun lcffcn, Su-wc. Benz, , - I . . D . . - - 5, . . - r T , . . D . . s, . 7. . ' Q pagv Mllllfj thru GYM STUNTS XVork1ng toward phys1cal fltness of a majorlty rather than concen trated tra1n1ng of a few, gymnaslum work dlrected by Fred N Cooper, reaches those who have no opportunlty on the athletlc f1eld H1gh School and Iunlor College phys1cal tra1n1ng classes meet twlce a week, spendlng one perlod at swlmmmg and the other at apparatus exercxses and drlll un1or Hlgh classes convene once a week, alternatlng pool the f1rst semes ter of the school year, and floor work the second The typ1cal period con ducted by Mr Cooper helps to prov1de the student wlth enough CXCFCISC and recreatlon to keep hlm physlcally sound Sometlmes the classes are permltted to play games such as basketball, volleyball, and medlcnne ball At other txmes they are confmed completely to drlll work and tumbllng When the weather IS favorable early ln the fall and dur1ng the spr1ng the classes meet outslde on the vacant lot east of the bu1ld1ng Here they usually play klttenball, although a few other games are substltuted at 1ntervals Through clever races and stunts, demonstratlon of progress ln sw1m mmg was lllustrated 1n a jolnt water carnlval w1th the gxrls swlmmlng clasaes before v1s1t1ng teachers at the sprmg conventlon 1n March Tak1ng a practlcal turn, act1v1t1es of the classes are cap1tal1zed when at the beglnnmg and close of the football season, physlcal educatxon classes put up and take down bleachers at Duncombe fleld and ln the h1gh school gymnas1um The task affords good exerclse, and saves a cons1derable sum of money Tnlv Run'-Henderson, Kramer, Chclnadz Bark Ron-Silverstein, Hursr, Coyle, Lawson, Anderson, Peterson, Gnwtryg Hnlrllf' Run-Nafu. Kelly, l.ar-on, jacques. Dnymn: Lung In Ifrnfll-Kuvmnn, Meyer 1 , . 3 . . . . . . . . , . . P . . . . . . Jag: mm ly -four BR P G fc G D WRESTLING The 1930 wrestlxng season, as 1n prevlous years, was a very successful one The Dodgers partlclpated 1n elght dual meets, w1nn1ng SIX of them by wlde margms and loslng each of the other two by fxve polnt marglns to Iowa Falls, Mld Iowa Conference Champlons, and the strong Clarlon ag gregatlon At the end of the dual season, however, Fort Dodge came back to out do all teams nn the state by wmmng, for the second successne year, the 'State Champ1onsh1p wlth 74 polnts Cherokee and Iowa Falls were second and thnrd Wlth 22 and 20 po1nts respectlvely About three weeks later the Dodgers entered the Natlonal Tournament at Chlcago and placed second Wlth 21 poxnts, agam losmg to Tulsa, Oklahoma, who won the Champxonshlp for the second successrve year wlth a total of 39 polnts Thls year ten wrestlers earned enough pomts ln dual compet1t1on to w1n letters The lettermen and thelr we1ghts are as follows Clarence ohnson 85 lbs Dale Brand 95 lbs Wallace ohnson 105 lbs , Robert Lar son 115 lbs Duane Frantz 115 lbs oe Annsworth 125 lbs , Tony Gargano-135 lbs Frank Gargano-145 lbs Carl Larsen 158 lbs and Melvm Hall heavy welght Four lettermen wxll b lost by graduatxon thls year and two others at the end of the flrst semester next year But wlth the exceptnonal coachlng ab1l1ty of Mr Cooper and the promxsxng reserve materxal next year should prove to be another out standmg season page mm tg Il U ark un-Mr. Coo er. Mr. oeldner: Srruml Run-Ainswor h. mmmerer, Larsen, F. argnno, Hall, . Anderson. Birocci: Thin! Run-Lindslcy, T. Gargano, lfranu. Larson, Mulrnnev, Mariclc: I-'rvnl Run-C. johnson, Merryman, W. johnson, Brand, F. Anderson. K . - r c .. . I . . . . J . . 'i . Q -" . Q J -1 . ' " i . 3 ' . Q J "-' . ' . Q . Q 1 . Q . A . . ... ' - 1 , 1 agf mm ly wx ohnson Shane Harrnon Mulllea T Gary, no I' Gargano Brown Hall Niefurdx not nn pxcture M d Ion Cl Conference Chimplons LETTERMENI Flank Gwrglno Qne of the best vr restlers ex er to xx e1r the Red 1nd Bl 1eIs Strong flst 1nd smlrt Guned more fllls durmg 1 81.19011 thln .lm man I exex eo1ehed If I'r.1nk eould go to eollege hrs sueeess would follovx hlm H d m lke anx bodw s teim C00 nz QIYI Larsen A whnrlwmd of enthusllsm 1nd 1 m1n of wonderful 1b1I1tV and power I surely wlsh Id been 1bIe to keep h1m untll eh end of the se1son I needed hlm C00 1 r oe Amsworth The eolch tlkes the lf xx IS done unmtentlonallx oe wrestled be le. tlfullx 1g.11nst the Iona ehamplon at the INA t1on1I nn the one hundred thlrtx fue pound eloss frm 141 Duane I'r1nt1 I lttle but mwhtx XX hen 1 hundred flfteen pounder pms 1 hundred thlrtx f1ve pounder to the m1t, beheve me, he has nh stuff Weeme h1s 1 most enxnble four xear re eord to pomr to C nw 1 VIeI11n H.1II Clme lnto hls own thus seu' He has 1 belutlful bodx ruth an 11blIlIX to out sm1rt his opponent He xx on mltches xuth hls head xxhere he xx .IS Iaekmg nn xx exght NIeI xull help t1I the mlddle of the xeir to duelop 1 xxmner for next xelr C00 tl .I . . 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T L f' 1 1-.L H pr- A Practnce Bout LETTERMEN Tony Gargano The season s fund Tony vs ell be 1 second Frank and that s as hugh a tr1 bute as I can pay h1m Im glad I have h1m another year Cooper Bob Larson W as a most fetred oppo nert He had all the necessary qualnflcatlons for a champlon and I predlct that he vt nll be one be tore he IS through Cooper Wallne Johnson Had the spmt that every coach loses sleep on er trvmg to plan ways and means of develop1ng I vs as proud of Wallxe at the Natxonal for more reasons than one Coopzr Dale Brand Somethmg about hrs man ner that lnsplres conf1dence Dale always walked out there as though there was no doubt of a fa worable flmsh m store -Coolnr Clarence Johnson One of my best sam ples of before and after treatment 1n wrestlmg Clarence wnll be a valuable man on next sear s team Cooper The Team Won the state wlth but a smgle champxon They had enthus1asm and loy alty Temperament was notnceable by nts ab sence We had a well balanced team of well balanced fellows."-Cooper page rzinlfy-.vr'1'.'r1 sr sotfm ra 11 R -c g vc BASKETBALL The 1930 Basketball team fxmshed only a medlocre season after wmmng the f1rst four games on the1r schedule They started the season w1th two lettermen and some other dependable materlal In the1r flfth game of the season Mason C1ty met and defeated the Dodgers, and as a result remamed undefeated themselves From then on Fort Dodge won only three out of the1r twelve remammg games Enterlng the Sectlonal Tournament at Fort Dodge March 6 7 and 8, the locals earned the rlght to enter the DISIFICE Tournament at Webster C1ty the followmg week, by defeatlng Humboldt 25 to 17 and Manson 32 to 7 At Webster C1ty four class A and four class B teams were entered Fort Dodge met Boone ln the sem1 fmal round and after a brxlllant come back ln the last quarter emerged VICIOFIOUS by a 30 to 26 score ln an overtlme game GOlHg 1nto the fmals wlth Sac Clty the tourney favorlte, the Dodgers upset all dope and won a dec1s1ve 38 to 26 vlctory ThlS gave them the rxght to enter the State Tournament at Des Momes the next week In the f1rst round the Dodgers drew the fast Davenport team, state champlons 1n 1979 Davenport s 35 to 10 wm revealed that the locals were off the form that they had dlsplayed ID pre tourney play Although the Dodgers lost lt must be known that they were defeated by the team that was crowned 1930 State Champlons Only four of th1s year s squad are to be lost through graduatron, Pratt, Stme, Sanford and Jenson Hutchxnson and Tang flI11Sl'l at mld year Ju 1 llllllfx ll ful S x 1 I FIR ' : ar un xozch Gou h, Stine, Largenr, Crouch, Jenson, Geyer, Hmodbnry, Tang, Assistant Conch Mcliinstryg Fmul Run--Mcffown, Hutchinson, Reed, Jordon, Sanford, Oswald, Pratt. 1 . 3 I - ' 1 . . . . . 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C0 Itrc ll, Jlulander, D nrrs cy, G rsisc nhaugll, Collins, Burleson: frulll R rrll Y "lu en, COP, l" ls' , X Ll ' , S ' . . lc .Wv:n. .13 2 24 2 15 .20 2 32 12 J . 3 .2 2 nttt 30 16 J . 7 22 2 nsss 17 nsnns snnss 2 13 Jan. 10 at Fort Dodge 2 .-.Fort Dodge 15 Mason City222 2 22 22 26 J . 17 nt.,t,tnnst ttrn 2 3 22 30 J n. 18 ' 22 15 ' 2 19 J . 21 nntnnsttt .... 2 0 .nn.n,n 18 J . 24 nttsntt 16 , ' j 22 J nn. 31 'f 2222 2 ,.,2 18 ' 36 F b. 4 2222222 2 22 ,....,,,,, 2 17 F 7 ,,,,,,., 222 20 29 F b. 14 ' tsstttrn 24 ' 2 22 30 F b. 15 222.22222,2 32 ' 22 11 F b. 18 222..2222. 22 18 2 2222222222 20 F 21 2.1222, 222 16 I 22 . 1 ' 22222222 2.2. 1 5 l 31 LETTERMEN ROBERT JENSEN Bob Forward Actmg as captam 1n nearly ex ery game Bob proved hrmself a capable leader Although somewhat temperamental he was wlthout doubt the b st shot best drxbbler and best plvoter on the team He was hxgh pomt man of the year -Gough HAROLD HUTCHINSON H utch Forward Thxs httle fellow had the speed dr1ve and flght to be a regular Hls lack of helght was a great hand1cap but he was a very valuable man to the team as a reserve Gough Forward Th1s was Dlck s s cond letter year 1n basketball Although small he made up m clever floorwork and scrap what he lacked 1n slze When he was rlght Dxck had an unusually good eye for the basket Gough DONALD GEYER D011 Guard As a sophomore Don broke 1nto the regular hneup and 1mproved h1s dr1bbl1ng and passmg game a great deal HIS defenslve work was outstand mg but h1s scormg abrllty can be 1mproved w1th experlence -Gough page one hu dred ff D7 U . . . . 7 2 , . , . . . . as ff Q, N . . . . . , . as " RICHARD TANG "Dick" ec - ' Q Q ' .. . , 1 . L . ff !D U . . . . 1 o n Q a p . 1 a ,, - , . 71 LLTTERMEN F ORDYCE CROUCH john Center This big boy developed immensely during the season Although some what slow and awkward Bill learned to pivot and handle his feet and body well He has a fair basket eye and was a fine defensive player -Gou gh HARRY LARGENT Herman Guard son He was great at taking rebounds and was an excellent long shot Harry and Don should make a great defensive pair next season -Gough REGINALD STINE Reg Forward Reg had a fine eye for the basket was a good passer and ball handler He could play guard or forward equally well and usually came through with baskets in every game -Gough "?ABE.6" THE TEAM Battled through a difficult schedule with fair success Won the sectional tournament handily Put on a brilliant finish to win Fort Dodg its first district basketball championship -Gough page one hundred one er V as ,, . . . . , . . I . . . . ,, ff Y, "This big, fast, and aggressive player developed rapidly during the sea- ' ' 19 ff 7, V I Q1 ' , . . . ,, H C -C C 1 TRACK 1929 The 1929 track call saw the enllstment of approximately SIXIY asp1rants mostly sophomores and freshmen Charles Stempel a jumor Was the only letterman from the star team of 1928 In a 72 to 37 practlce meet w1th Webster C1ty the Dodgers began a p1OITllSll'1g season They made a good showing at the Carroll Relays held April 20 finlshing second 1n the medley relay fourth IH the half m1le relav and th1rd 1n the m1le relay Hogan a sophomore won second 1n the h1gh jump Four men returned from the Drake Relays a week later with fifth place 1n the mile relay In another practlce meet the cmder men showed Gowrie a score of 71 to 27 On May 4 1n a dual meet with Carroll the Dodgers won 81 M to 45 M At the annual Big Four meet May 10 Fort Dodge wlth 20V po1nts placed second to Rockwell Clty who garnered 22 Wlth only four men at the Coon Valley meet the followlng day the Dodgers placed sixth 1n the meet Stempel in the 100 and 220 yard dashes Hogan 1n the half m1le In the Fort Dodge DISIFICE meet May 18 the Dodgers placed second with 29LQ pomts against Clarlon s 36 pomts Slx were eligible for the State meet Stempel in the 100 and 200 yard dashes Hogan 1n the half mile run Wfhlnnery ID the 220 yard low hurdles S Cammerer ln the 120 yard h1gh hurdles and C Cammerer and Larsen in the mile relay Wlth Stempel and Hogan Dodgers netted 6 pomts in the State meet Stempel being second in the 100 yard dash and Hogan second in the half mile xun Bark Run-Kclchcr, student manager: Assistant Coach arshbargcr, Garrett, Musscrly, Anderson. Acher, Pontius, Sells. Coach Goughg Scrurrd Run-l.2w, Schmidt, Bcrgrcn. iollins, Stine, S. Lamnierer, Xfondlniry, Reed. Sanford, W'elchg lfmul Run .. am ' , T j, S ' I, l. ' , Vfhinncry, Oswald, l endersnn. 3 ' 7 , , . ' 1 a ' , 1 ' 9 , . , . 3 Y ' 9 a 2 . V . , i Q ' J ' ', , Z 9 - ' 9 ' ' - f ' - 5 7 h Q ' 9 I g . ' a . Y I . - A A . - . 1 rata on l7lHItll't'AlfIl'1l LETTERMEN Charles Stempel Junlor Chuck Events 100 and 220 vard dashes and spr1nt relays Poxnts scored 48 M R1chard Hogan Sophomore Dick Events hlgh jump 440 yard dash half m1le run and spr1nt relays Pomts scored 40 Clarence Cammerer Freshman Events 440 yard dash and spr1nt relays Pomts scored 18 M Carl Larsen umor Events-440 yard dash and spr1nt relays Polnts scored 12 LQ W1ll1am Oswald Freshman 1 Events pole vault and javehn Pomts scored 13 Events hlgh and low hurdles h1gh,ump Javelm Pomts scored 14 Randall NX hmnery Senlor Raudg Events low hurdles and 100 and 220 yard dashes Polnts scored 121 2 R1chard Tang Sophomore Dlfk Events h1gh jump and pole vault Pomts scored 14 In an mter scholast1c meet at Iowa C1ty June 1 Stempel Hogan C Cammerer and Sanford entered the mlle relay and Stempel and Hogan placed second ln the 220 yard dash and half mlle run respectn ely pug: um lmmlna' Ilan' i ' ff V, l- 4 Q, . O . I ' l ff ' 77 -n . . , , . , . i ' ' 1- ffB'II3! Romaine Henderson-Freshman ' 1 3 ' T - 'f ' T ' ff 'fi ' 11 ff ' ,Q I ' l i 9 Q 1 1 ' . - . . y , . GOLF To keep up wnth the grow1ng demands 1n the h1gh school a golf team was orgamzed IH 1928 From th1s as a start a wave of enthuslasm was dlsplayed ln the sprlng of 1929 Although no lett rs are awarded for competmg 1n the sport twelve boys trled out necessntatlng weekly el1m1nat1on matches to select the four members for the school team Marlon oselyn R1chard Tang George Harless and Forrest Palmer were the four chosen to see the played ln one dual meet On Aprll 27 the f1rst match of the year the Dodgers were defeated by East Des Momes Hngh School at Des Momes wlth a score of 62 to sn The match played 1n a dr1L7le was not declded untll the last foursome had f1n1shed In a return engagement a week later the Dodgers got re venge by trounc1ng the Des Momes school 12 to 0 the game belng played on the Country Club course at Fort Dodge After two weeks on the home course th elocal team faced Roosevelt Hlgh of Des Momes wnth a crxppled team and lost by an 8 M to 32 score On May 24 the Dodgers met Roose velt agann thls tlme on the Wfax eland course ln Des Momes Roosevelt won 6 to S The Dodgers led the fleld at the end of 18 holes of play rn the State Tournament whlch was held the day after the meet wlth Roosevelt but the stram of the two days plavmg showed up nn the last 18 holes They flI'llSl'lCd thlrd wxth Roosevelt ln flrst place and East H1gh m s cond Rxchard Tang won the mdnvldual champ1onsh1p scornng 156 for 36 holes George Harlcss, Marion Joselyn, Forrest Palmer, Richard Tang , . . A . . , . , . . . . . . J , 5 3 most actlon. Robert Peterson, R1chard Merryman, and Jack Brown each . , . , , . .' I , . . n , - Y 3 ' 1 1 , Y . . I 9 9 Q l - - 1 II !IIlItll't'Ilf1lIl7' MISS NORDMAN For the last three years Mlss Florence Nordman has supervlsed work 1n gym naslum and swlmmmg classes She has promoted g1rls 1nter class sports, vol leyball basketball baseball, and swlm m1ng Wlth unfa1l1ng enthusxasm Under her d1rect1on g1rls have been able to pass l1fe savlng tests Keen compet1t1on and 1nterested have resulted untll th se events have come to hold a hlgh place 1n the extra currncular program of many g1rls FLORENCE NORDMAN A number of new features have been 1ntroduced 1n the g1rls phys1cal educatlon class s dur1ng the past year A dlfferent gym outflt a one pxece blue su1t replaced the old mlddy and bloomer comb1nat1on A speclal course 1n clogg1ng was offered Wh1ch was very popular wxth the g1rls Basketball 1n a nme court formauon was played extensxvely In the swlmmlng classes, spec1al mstructlon 1n new strokes and dlves has made more g1rls at home 1n the Water Through the class Work, lnterest 1n ath letlcs has become so great that more g1rls have part1c1pated 1n 1nter class sports than ever before Gy m Class nf n , s 3 J " . . 9 ., a 4 - n , n . Q . I . . - c . - . . ,Q . ,, . . V jmgv om' bumln J Il 1 r N I D rr x VOLLEYBALL The Volleyball tournament was more excxtmg th1s year than usual An excepuonally large number of gxrls attended pract1ces and s venty two made the two class teams, the Reds and the Blacks Each team played every other one except 1ts co team, and the fmal standmg of the class was the average score of both teams A total of seventy polnts was ga1ned by many g1rls who plaved SIX games and recerved ten pomts for regular at tendance MISS Nordman and the Jumor College glrls OfflCl"lICCl The scene below IS a snap from a pract1ce 11.11-L Kun -Lindstrum, Fredurlcks. Llaluf, Huge, L' Icy, Homer, Hankel: s.',,,f1.f R.,Hf1x.,0gt, Tlzumas. .1ishcr, a nm, l-ostcr, Ron, Morris: l'mnl Ruufhlndolc, Dajmn, 'I'hom.xx, Ixicrriu, Carlson. Wheat, . . . G - c i . . I I - . 1 . . page om' Zwzzlzlfmf .tix R n n s. rr n lilo en n in .1 l ost 1 4 n C n o urk u n I- x nsn 1 .1 .1 BASKETBALL Most popular among gxrls spor ts IS basketball Approxxmately e1ghty f1V6 glrls attended practlce and, from these, two teams, the Red and the Black were plcked A tournament was played between the four Freshman and Sophomore teams, and between Jumors and Senlors A second SCFIES was held between the class teams chosen from the former Red and Black teams The Senlors were flrst, w1th no defeats, the umors, second the Sophomores, th1rd, and the Freshmen, fourth UR LH Nll NS rt J .1 1 xr jmgt om flllllliftll xr 1 1 fl Burk unm'l-.. Yu, Kruw, -loh so , Pharm Nlc nu, ,lmclv . Maher, mgr , Sta ek, .1 mnmn, Nl doe, l' cr: T11 nl Ru:-L. Vat, A dcrxon. lanrx, langrccn. llnbc mhz, lrmbv, Ihvidmn, Sl wc, ll v: , Ki pc: Sm'nuJ Run-ldv 41. Swanson, Mitchell. Beer, Yarlcy, Box, Nlinkcl. Thom,u. lmlor, Wrcuuan, Llcxcland, Hnvnr: lmul Run-Nlcilnhill. Laff.-r, Moira, Brown, I'l4..,g. llcuar. ll nson. Vale ltr. Klxshlcr. . , . . . ' 1 . . . ' J 1 w 'lNl .X 'ILL A--4 rusby. V' c man. lf Yu. ll l'r-mehr. Hlvncs. VV: Nur. Axdurxun. Nl-pure. I. Y SXVIMMING Sw1mm1ng classes are conducted 1n a way that 1S very benef1c1al Each class 1S d1VldCd 1n two groups, b gmners and advanced sw1mmers The beglnners are taught how to float and are 1nstructed 1n the slmpler strokes LIFE SAVLRS Advanced sW1mmers strokes are 1mproved by Sp6C12l attent1on, and d1v1ng IS taught A sw1mm1ng meet was held 1n Apr1l Pomts for letters were procured by the wmners of each event One of the most worth wh1le g1rls act1v1t1es IS L1fe Savmg Un der MISS Nordman s eff1c1ent lead ersh1p many g1rls have passed tests Each Monday after school about twenty glrls have come to the Pool room and en1oyed th1s pr1v1lege The usual 1nstruct1on was g1ven holds, resuscltatlon, and carrvmg methods The f1rst pract1ce began 1n the latter part of DeCembe1 and the tests were passed 1n May before an exammer of the Amerlcan Red Cross . . . . 0 . . sf . ' x - . . , . . A limi: Rnnfhlcrris, lurrows, llouwr, Swanson, Thmwnn 'Unml Rnu7Nlu1r1u, Purluns, limun, Wcawr, li111'kc1l. Nlxulwl lmfullion--l1lt,1w11, Mcrrn, !,1lxu11w11, lmlur, K Iancy ' jmgu um' ljlllltlfwl vi-gh! mr r .1 d rr: 1 I x LIgTThRGIRLS A very complete polnt system was worked out last year whereby a gnrl could earn a letter for lnter class athletlc act1v1t1es Twenty SIX secured the necessary two hundred po1nts whole game and for regular attend ance at practxces Volleyball bas ketball, and baseball, the mayor ac tnv1t1es, netted approxlmately one hundred flfty po1nts Gettlng the other flfty vsas the problem for most A swlmmlng meet was held b tvse n the Freshmen and Sopho mores, and the Junxors and SCHIOFS Pomts were glven for flrsts, s c onds, and th1rds By excelllng 1n 1nd1v1dual events such as maklng seven baskets out of ten free throws, ten more pomts wer. gained Hxklng was verv well or gamzed under Mlss Nordman s guldance She appo1nted seven leaders who conducted hlkes and turned 1n records of each Seventy m1les taken ten m1les a week earned twenty flVC po1nts Ten polnts were glven for playing a HIKHXL, Immks R Ru: rr Xarx Swan 1 -Xgnt Britt Blam t to Xau uxh Burn 1 N ur paga om !7lllIlfl'tt1lIllIt . 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R t, Ha fl .fm t. , . . l ' I9 9 CHAMPION? li k R BASEBALL The un1or team emerged v1ctor1ous from th baseball tournament held 1n the sprmg of 1929 Baseball IS qu1te a favorxte among th g1rls who par tlclpate ln 1nter class sports A maxnmum of forty pomts was procured toward thelr letters by g1rls takmg part General practlces were held for several weeks before the teams were plcked 1n Mav The ball d1amond IH the vacant lot east of the school bu1ld1ng was a very pleasant place for play 1ng Competltlon ran hrgh and there was always a goodly number of spectators Mxss Nordman, dlrector, was gen eral coach and umpxre Teams were well balanced The most CXC1t1ng game was b tween the umors and the Freshmen In a smglt lnmng the Freshmen played brlllnant ly and pxled up a score of 24 12 The unlors, however, then held the Freshmen and flI1lSl'1Cd wuth a score of ZS 24 , m thelr own fax or url nm hllllzfftll If Il 2 . .' : ln nu--Helcnc W'c.1ver, Ruth Haba-nicht, Ylvinn Kruse. Nlxldrcd Ckrosbx. 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T ff! ff X 'f f ,f ALI OF US DED ICATION We meet dally ln classes we labor together m clubs and counc1ls we contest 1n forenslcs drarnatlcs and athlet1cs and here 1n H1 Llfe We hope We may all laugh together wheth r the Joke IS on us or the other fellow don It want to be srzrcasfn jus! unnf to add some color fha' rainbow Harough Hot ram So m jolly good comradsh1p and frlend shxp We dedlcate th1s port1on of our book to all of us page om bundrad fl I lu l l . . , 7 3 , - We ' ' ' ', We zfolff wan! fo burf or jming We ' ' ' ' To ' ' ' . . , . . . lf ,Q K , , -f U, pagr om lvnmlnzl SlXf!'lI1 Where We Roam To hum who ln the love of ature holds commumon wnth her VlSlblC forms she speaks 1 varnous language and none more allurmg than that of thc snow clad hulls of the North Woods The hnlls rock rxbbed and an cnent as the sun thxs IS Nature m her prlmeval state-Wnlcl Cat s ave the favorlte haunt of plc nnckers and pleasure seekers In the vaunted works of Art The Master stroke of Nature IS Nature s part and the Master stroke of N ture IS evxdent m many of these scenes of beautv with whxch we are all famnlnar All I ask the heaven above and a wmdmg road below me These we fmd m a pleasant stretch of the rlver road eth the fall of the year And sweeps from the forest the leaves that are sere sweepxng them to form a gold en carpet 1n the bed of Soldler Creek I rhmk that I shall never s e A poem lovely as a tree and none so lovely as a vuld crab tree ln full bloom castmg lts reflectnon nn a crystal stream Let us ghde adown the stream Gently as we sometlmes g nde Through a quxet dream lquxd lapse of murmurmg streams wmdmg ltS graceful wav the old Des Momes raver has lmked ltself effectually mto the lnves of pleasure seekmg students .. - - N . , - ,, ,, . - . - . ,,- . . . . . , C , . .Q- .. 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' P Nflcmorles Lmger A preee of the Orxent xx as ef feetexallx transported for The Nilkado through the magxe brush of Dan Rhodes The memorx 1nd name cf Washington wnll shed eternal glorx on Dodger Hugh so long as hns statue holds 1ts place of honor lt the west end of the hall I wnll studx Ind prepare m self md mx ehanee xxlll come How often these xxords of the great emanenpator hue nnspnred us as xxe pass hrs stltue rn the front htll Words are thmgs md 1 sm mll drop of mk produees thut xxhlch makes l'l1llllOHS think Tnme rolls has ceaseless course IS the old offlce clock tolls futh fully on through the th1rty sm xx ecks of the sehool year Shakespeare lS not our poet but the world s md hrs works I'o oxa up the quest for knoxxledge an spxte of mll tests ts the Kmghts of Kung Arthur s Round Tlble pursued thelr quest for honor ls thus what the tnles nn the fnreplaee sax 3 The xxetorx of endurlnce born through the endurance ot the representatlxes of our sehool these xalued trophles xxnll rem un IS proof of the accompllshments of our school daxs xx hen xxe hue gone out to seek our trophies rn the contests of lrfe Ixnovxlcdge eomes but xxns dom lm-'ers lmgers often nn the books m the llbrarx " fv' 11.144 rm lmm nt 1 uhm I , , eAe , , , 1 1 Ah'x 'A I Vf i - .. , 1 . ,, I .Q A , F l l ' ' 1 . i I . x . .1 I V - 1 - 1 uv 1 ' vi! 1' " - Y ' I I V yy . x ' 'A . R L 1 t V . . . . ,, If ' ' 7! l , ,, I - , . are read by students ln every land. " ' r s , 1 l ' V 3 E b D 1 . 1 - , . . x l' 1 . '- , , ' , 5 , , . . ,D , , 1, L V ,, - l , , " ' r y s 1 V' - . . x ,, . X , ts - . s 1 . 1 I . 1 '.,,, 1..1M.4, ,, As GlgS Go Nou doesn t thus look n1tur1 At 1nx r1te Dnek 1ppe1rs to be qulte eontented Ind xx hx should n r he be W har fun lf xx ould be to elrlxe 1 me llke this to sehool' Nlxrx seems to be enjoxms, herself bu' lohn looks as lf he mlght luxe had 21 few hard knocks perhaps che goat spxed 1 dellelous meal of tm ems 1nd other delle 1e1es 1nd stlrted too lbruptlx m hls hlste to re1eh lt xx ho knoxxsa Behold the xx lld and xxoollx eoxxfboy wlth the 1ppe1lmg xolee Would11 t he be 1 gre1t help ln 1 e.1ttle round up? sort of luke the Pxed P1per of Hamhn, xou knoxx for xell lkldlllg trxlng to make thus stubborn lookmg mule obex hls mstruetnons xxhlle Ruth 1nd Bob looked on Handsome pur' vx e Mean Ollx e md Fordxce of cours Whlts wrong xxlth thus ple ture? There seems to be some thlng INlSSlllg lf xou em t fn, ure If out for vours If just drop m at the Dodger offlce 1nd 1sk for the H1 Lnfe edltors Trmsportltlon 1l1 ll ode mel xx hat .1 popular buggx than xx IS m its dax We I'I1l99CLl seemg If puked out ID front of the Hue, Sehool m nts eustomlrx spot thxs xear ' , ,. f ' . ,ID , v . x 4 X ' - 1. - l , . , 'L , 1, - , . 4 Q A 7 ' X ', i . 1' ' K Y . -is ' v' y 1 1 ' . e ' ' ' . 1 l I . " 1 l U -1 1-x 1 ie x l 1- V ' ', . ,' , , , , x 1 . x. K5 I , I , 1 '- . - ' - 1 lerhaps Don got has praeuee rl ll I V. 1 x . I ' 1 l Y e . , 1 , 1 H LA l V l my I v 1 . , .. , , -- K A K I . ' 'L l "- 3 A ri . . ' ' I . 3 . x , V r L f , V , ' . . 1 - r , ' , 'gh Grandma s Album And here s lxttle lnranknc' This pncture xx as taken axx ay back ID the dax s when Frank xx as not able to chevx blovx gum Dorothy was always such a shy lnttle thmg Do xou remember hoxx embarassed she vx as xx hen she was nommated for ueen and had to come up on che Pl21tfOlI"l1 ln front of all the students ThlS IS Patty the sweet gxrl graduate She looks qunte ser1ous here but perhaps she xxas just thmkmg over her h1gh school days In ean we see sweet snxtccn persomfled Don t you remember Yum charmed the aud1ence9 Here Don doesn t look much lxke the famous athlete he grew up to be does he? He s too t1m1d and coy And hert we haxe Rxchard rendermg h1s oratxon at the mem orable Delta Rho Englxsh club banquet way back IH the 30s You know R1chard IS a famoas crlmlnal lawyer noxx ThlS Cllgnlfxed photograph ot Betty Ann was taken just after she recelved her d1ploma from the Conserx atory of Mus1c I remember that xx hen thns p1c ture vxas taken the photographer dangled the b1rd1e before httle Dnck s eyes and he got so exclted that he almost fell ox er backwards off the stool and jane and W alht had to catch hlm 9 ' ' . 's ' A 7 Y Y ' l , V- ay, l V . , . . . , Y how Jean, in the role of Yum- , . , , - , , . 7 . ,Q . I I . , . , V 's Qi' HOBBIES Some e1n hue ears and some Cm go to Europe, but it takes Miss Muithe to go to Europe mel tllee her e1r llong Wh1t would hlppen if she h1d 1 fl1t tire? But vihlt is Miss Dollix er doing here? The eostume suggests 1 farmerette, but mub shes been spewing Ireneh poisson QThe lrtist took her oxer wish we eould 1ll get there IS ewsilx Vliss Elner s on .1 diet And since she S on 1 diet She h1s but one Qundtx 1 vxeek delixerinq her flIT1OUS prohibition speeeh through the eourtesx of st ltion XX C, T U I lain food is quite enough for me Qproxided there s enough Three Courses lre .15 vood as ten If IX1ture can subsist on three Thmk Hem en for three Amen Ilmr mr 1X rm man Xlinister fro N11 Cioelelner Do xou promise to loxe honor eherish mel obex this vt 01111113 Ieslie Nix on the ohex stufi mx mmlx eh1r.1eter refuses to mllee sueh .1 eonees sion I anticipate being the he1d of this f1lTlllX Sexerll XLIFS experienee in lunellins, humln IS well IS kl1L,l11lLll explosixes hue erm 1ee1l Nli 1 ieie s Ol II ,ste N1 Illtl fufy . Ft. ,s - 19 ' f 1 A 1 I -7 I 7 . . 4 I E C2 33 , x i 4 V ii ' . Q h U ' .K .e 4 i K x y 1 A1 I I vm I x H h ' ' 'L x ' 1 1 1 1 1 f ' ,x . .1 K . . 1 . .1 e , . . . . . . , . X if I 1 l 1 'hh . Mrs. IJCilI"l'S lifelong ambition has been to become L1 radio bI'OQlLlCLlSICI'. Here she is - A . - - A 1 yxx 3 1 ,. , . 4 YV W ., , . , J 2 ,, D , W , 3 1 , 9 3 A '. " . ' l Aff. A -Q ' , " 1, Q. ,iv Q- .'v '- Y A ,. ' -f.'fH rsvst wth-,rf sl- si' l ' , L A- 11 L11 1 '-Q ,Av -'vy "1--- vii '- . '. ci.lI'lXK'l'lgllI that he e Julel lI1lll11lLl.llCfil i xyu' I1 tri" aus g.ll1:' -rs. n1"'uf11'fi 1 fmf Il '1 A ,nr Duane lranu ane Nimogut Nltlun Hall Xlalurxt Null Robtrt Home Opal Holmstrnm Rxclmrd Velth Paxntu Welch ack Garlotk Naomi Fellows ldvun 'x1cDade Dnr tln Llcxcland Rn 1rl llomn R nh Sudcnstutlur R mltrl I n uh Green l r 1 1 nrt nut n C ur Us lxhnsm STUNT NITE True to expectat10ns, 1930 Stunt Nnte xx lb bugger and better than ever As a depar ture from the procedure of past years, the coromtnon of the kmg and queen of the car nnval took place nn the audxtorxum before the stunts, and what kung and queen of old could have ruled wxth more pomp and charm than dld Bob Howle and lNa0m1Fellows9 Oscar Vxeg was the master of ceremomes Seven mmutts tlme 1n the aud1tor1um was allowed each act whnch was repeated 1n the musxc room where Theodore Martfeld presxded H O Baldwnn, Mrs R W Thomas, and John Pray judgmg the stunts m the audntornum awarded the pr1ze for the most art1st1c to the Latm Club fvy hnch also recenved the prmze for the most artxstlc booth nn the gymnasxumj on 1fS prestntatnon of Penelope s Web The Splashmg Success, presented by Jumor College, was rated the most humorous stunt, and F1ghteen Day s by Howlmg Hundred was judged best over all Follow mg the stunts, the crowds sought dnversxon at the Water Carmval, at sxde shows, games, and booths ln the confettn strevy n gy mnaslum, at Show Shop dance hall nn the hom economncs rooms, or at manual arts and domestxc arts exhnbnts A Parent Teachers Assocla txon offermg was the Zander Gump Weddmg presented nn the mus1c room To the colored Gxrl Reserves for thenr rex ue nent the prnze for the best slde attractlon The con cessnon judges were Mxss Anna Johnson reprcsent1ng B P W Mr Ted Smith, X 'VI C A and Wir A C Gemapp Lnons Club From tvs enty candldates, pnctured above, the roy al pa1r was chosen by vote of the student body Proceeds from the carmval are dlvxded equally among the Forenslc League, Athletxc Councxl, Junxor College Student Councnl, Parent Teachers Assocnatlon fund, and Hngh School Student Councxl page om bundred lunzty on Nan.: Vw .4 31 s 5 J! is w, m I? XR 'K' , Us ,J X, if ,- -v ., A 'ff K5-e 5 . l ' , Sv ' 5 A Q f 4uu1n'f111mf1'wl fIt'A'llfvH-fll'0 v, f we 'ci H 5911 G A ,qw Xt' ww--if ve 'N page om' bumlrul fue nh llama ,. .1 ,, . .M l ' 1, Ay , --.,- J., , M ,lx -- -' V . ' I -1 4 Q . A kg V A, V. , ,fr 4 '04 I . .V 4 , gl 54 ' A . b - - l X. ' g , x A, . I' V! K A k -t X X. ' . X X Q xi X . f., t A Wt. H, .6 al 'A' , . Q, 'F ' V 1 ' 4 ., ' Wi? 1 A 9 A fi ' 1 Lb.. P ' " ,K ' Y Nr 1 . V , -1' ' hhvx , H b "fr ' f ' ' ., ' 4 - - A -u 4 , ww' ' Nix T f p4 1- 'TN '. .'-.4 if . A ' v S. 15 ? v I . ix., ff if I H . ,Y . ad f 7 R I ' A vi X! A .g x N.. . , . l . I 5 ir li . 'L , Q 3 f W wr, . 'if ,'ff?gV, b . . .., , ,M . . 'ri f A ,r "ft, f f' E ' Q ' 5 M? in A f . f ' Er S ' H , , Q X 5 u-,J 5 '11 ' 1 .,.. k , 'J ' ' m . fi P ' A L 'vw , , . . , -N M ' ' .--M ...raw 'f I li .-- 'nl .V . - - -- 4-v W LEND F ,Nas C A I SEPTEMBER A dull rumble and then a steady roar and the wheels of mdustry long ndle begun to turn From the quarry arr1ves a fresh consngnment of maternal Skllled la borers controllmg thenr oxled and repalred ma chmes speed along wnth a mmnmum of bumps the lncommg materlal Material machlnes men' Off for a record year' Dodgers 0fl929 30' 6 Eleven new faculty members mak thexr platform bows to the students 11 Classes select offlcers 13 All hands out fo the Achlevement parade 14 Imtnal appear ance of Lnttle Dodger 19 At the Organ: 1ts preference for leaders of Forensxc league 1ndAthlet1ccounc1l 20 Dr D E Sny de Iowa hnstorlan from Sxoux C1ty speaks on ob servance of Constltutnon day 23 Male songsters orgamze 25 Forecast of a busy productlve season 15 seen nn the extensxve plans lard by the Gnrls glee club and the Forensu league For once boys take a back seat fnrst musnc assembly 26 At 1ts fxrst meet1ng the all school pep squad generates enthusxasm 27 In keepmg w1th a custom of several years Dr W O I-Iarless arouses Dodger sp1r1t nn the f1rst pep assembly Yell leaders try out Students elect 28 Dodgers trounce Eagle Grove ln football 14 0 OCTOBER 2 Desnre to w n w ll to work Agnes Samuelson state supermten dent of schools addresses students 4 Col leglans overpower Eagle Grove 6 0 Mrs Dean leads m tradltnonal Waterloo song S Dodgers take flrst defeat from Waterloo slnc page om' b11mfrr'1i lu: nts four Mr Gough s advent ln the clty 9 12 P Preventnon Week 9 Legxslatnve body con venes for the fnrst tlme 10 Talented un nors stage fmal tryouts for the class play 11 Bug pep assembly for the Sioux Clty game Bo J Heath and Mr Hogan speak 12 In a hard fought battle the Dodgers gxve ln to the Snoux The North Central Wrestlmg Conference chooses Fort Dodge as meetmg place 14 Under the leadershxp of coaches Neely and Vetter debate and declam aspnrants meet for the fnrst tnme of the season 15 Athletxc assoc1at1on starts work on fall sports schedule rmg Lnterary clubs hold f1rst meet1ng Re vote on Semor r1ngs Number one wms 18 Dodgers hear Damrosch concert Albn falls before Panthers 20 0 19 F1ght1ng m a constant downpour the Dodgers succumb to the attack of the Des Momes Bears Gnrl Reserve gypsnes bury a trea ure at annull Patteran for the Gnrl Reserves of 1930 Seventy fue noxsy Semors turn out for class masquerade NOVEMBER 1 After an mterestnng as sembly demonstratxon Mr and Mrs Howell present thenr speclmens of glass blowmg to the school Band stages a party m the model apartment 2 Fort Dodge defeated by nts 1nc1ent rival Boone 6 2 5 A v1s1t to the lee plant furmshed an mterest1ng trxp for the Chemnstry club 6 Three cheers' Students prepare to enjoy a four dav rest from then labors wh1le teachers attend state conventnon 1n Des Momes 8 The all state chorus ln c v 19' V 4. . :fl - , l ' , , 2, A , I in, , -5 - ff , . . . -1 . .T ' . ll'C Q 3 ' 11 n . . E - , . ' ' ' .- . J - . , . . . my Q .- a , , in .- . r , ' . zation assembly, the student body indicates -16. Polls crowded as Seniors select the class . . . ' . . . g-17' . . - V r . . . U . . . . . . ., - , , , ' 1 . . . .i . , - .1' . . l l .T . II, ' I I l - .-22. . 1 ' ' ' .-29. . - . . . - .V . 7 . . . , V ' 1 . I - , . . . , ,, . . , I . . 'T l . . L - . 1 - 1 . - , - .- . ,, . .i . . . . . , - 3 ui n ' 1-31 a u elulm 1 Dodger quartet broldeasts from Des X10 nes 11 Wlth 1 pxtraotle program ln the mornmg 1nd a football game IH the llternoon AFHXISIICL du vs as xy ell observed 15 16 Dodger repres ntatu es 1ttend1ovx 1 Hxga Se' ool Press Assoeutxon eony entlon at Crlnnell oan UConn ll ehosen president 1 the e mmm, xelr 16 Dod ers try out neu pu em nt to see W ebster Clty defelted 19 The Cxrl Reserx es entertuned the Wo men s elub auth .1 pllylet 71 A red letter du for forensles A nevs loeal ehapter of the Nltxonll l'orens1e League honorary SOLICIN deslgnlted IS ehlpter 274 IS formed member shlp b mg open to superlor and experxenced pubhe speakers 22 On laort Dodgers Pepp1e1 tnan ey er' Earle MCKlH16X s pep band makes its fxrst appearanee IC the Dubuque pep 1SSCI'I1l3lX Eyery one turns out for the umor 77 Due to lllness Mr Nlckle IS forced to take IH unexpected vaeatlon 28 Turkey Day game results ln a vletory for Mason Cltx 29 Everybody tunes mn to KFJY to hear Elrles pep band broadcast 29 30 Dec 1 15 the tlme Marshalltown IS the plaee Older Boy s conference as the thmg' DECEMBER 3 At the annual football banquet Hall and Largent are chosen cap runs of next year s footb 111 team 6 Tumor C lass party nuft sald' 8 Band presents :ts lnnull concert lI'l the ludltorlum 11 Tvxelve Dodger ty PISIS reeeue puns 19 Dodger mttmen go to Eagle Croye for the fnrst match of the season 20 Last day be fore Chrlstmas hohdays proy es an eventful one Carohng n the halls by the Glee Club a Chr1stmas Play and a basketball game m the ex en1ng are 1ncluded 1n the day s program JANUARY 9 Advanced glrl svummers tzke hfe S3X1Hg tests 11 Wrestlxng Cher okee 12 Fort Dodge 24 13 Sophomore Frolne 14 Gxrl Reseryes gnc Mother and Dlughter tea 17 Prelnmmary Declama tory contest Semors stage party Must we say more7 18 Xvresthng Clar1on vs Fort Dodge Basketball North Des Violnes vs Fort Dodge Trayelogue assembly Glrls basketball tournament beglns 24 Frrst semester closes 27 1'1rst day of sec ond semester FEBRUARY 4 Dodger cagers deteat Boon 77 17 14 15 Dodger matmen take four tlrsts ID M1d loyya tournament 19 Patrr ot1e ass mblx T A Carpenter speaks Mason Cxty debaters defeat locals 21 Bxg Dodger assembly opens campalgn 24 Boone be umtes here Double header Fort Dodge has L xree uetornes 28 At Gnrl Reserve assem blx Nlr Aulger speaks Mar 1 tlte Wfresthng meet at Ames XIARCH 3 The Vhkado rehearsals be nn P T A holds eard party at Gas 85 Elec trne buxldmg 4 unll and Scroll lmtxates four 11 Dodger debaters defeat Webster Cltx rn a double dual 13 14 Dodger de baters defeat North Hlgh Des Vlomes lose to Shenandoah 1n debate tournament at Drake Umxersxty The Mnkado IS preesnted by tue w1l.1SlL and Drlmatle departments 14 Pull Kramer takes wxrst and ane Mmogue seeond ln sub dlstrxet decllm Contest 20 North Central band plavs at Pep assembly for Dodger Dubuque game Dodgers lose to Dubuque nn state basketball tournament 20 21 22 1North Central Teachers con xentlon 21 22 Dodgers place second Yatxonal Wrestllng tournament Tonv Gar gano IS Natlonal Champlon APRIL 10 Delta Rho Enghsh elub annual blnquet us held at the Wahkonsa dmmg room 14 Bob Hovx IC md Naomi Fellow s elected kung and queen for Stunt Nlte ll The 'Xflornlngslde Chapel Chonr entertams 1 large audlence 18 22 Sprlng vacatlon at last' ZS 76 Drake Relavs 26 The DISIFICI Shorthand and Typmg Contests vsere held m the Ty p1ng Room NIAY 1 Drake Band gxves a concert here yxh1le on 1ts annual spr1ng tour 10 Coon Valley Track Meet 12 Assembly W D I-lamnlton speaks 13 A movle was shown nn the audntorxum 16 Junlor Semor ban quet at the Wahkonsa 17 State Dxstrnct Track Meet 27 23 Senxor play 24 State Track Meet IUlNE 1 Rehgxous servlces 3 Class Day program S Commencement 6 School closes page one b11m1'r0dl1eu1ty zu' ' f 1v rl' ' K " S - ' ' . g . 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TRADI TI ON S The Port Dodge junlor College has been busy thns year establlshmg and fosterlng trad1t1ons that w1ll mean much to all who have worked together for the1r achlevement The year has seen the organlzatlon of glee clubs for both men and women, and the revlval of college orchestra and college de bate RCVISIOH of the Hawkeye Conference Constltutlon to lnclude for ens1c affalrs, encouraged Fort Dodge to establlsh forensmc relatnons with a number of other Junlor colleges Wh1le the two year college movement has contmued to sweep the state, commun1ty support and recognltlon have grown stronger at home These together wlth consplcuous success 1n athletlcs, are helpmg to de velop a junlor college consclousness Th1s consclousness of successful effort 1n co operatlve college l1fe 1n turn prov1des confldence and enthus1asm for the future 1. . . Y . 7 . . . , . . . - V page om' l7lHItI'Yf'tl tu 4 nh mm E W THORNTON For the past three years E W Thorn ton has successfully f1lled the posltlon of D n of the un1or College whlch college under h1s abl leadershnp has grown and prospered He has spent several years m the Philip p1ne Islands as h1story mstructor ln the Central MISSIOH School Mr Thornton re ce1ved h1s Bachelor s degree from Des Momes Umverslty and his M A from the Umversxty of Clucago HISIOYY classes ar m charge of the Dean IIOI XI HISTORY un1or College IS completmg 1tS elghth successful year w1th an enroll ment of 117 as compared to 37 1n the year 1922 23 Dean W A Brmdley plloted the college unt1l 1928 when Mr E W Thornton assumed the lead ersh1p Athletlcs have always mamtamed flrst place 1n college act1v1t1es Smce the flrst year of ltS exlstence It has enjoyed frlendly competxtxon w1th Waldorf college and the Mason C1ty Junlor college It made 1ts debut 1n a basketball game w1th Wfaldorf 1n 1923 and won 26 to 13 Not unt1l 1926 was a football team orgamzed but lt came through w1th the usual Dodger Splflt wmnmg from Wfartburg college Waldorf and Mason C1ty Slgma Alpha Ph1 IS a veteran organ1Lat1on of the campus havmg been founded the fxrst year to promote better feelmg and understandmg among the g1rls As a reward for the X 1ctor1ous season of the f1rst football squad the g1rls gave a banquet now a tradltlonal soc1al funct1on of the soror1ty 1n the model apartment The College Council a promment and 1mportant un1t 1n our college llfe 1a1d 1ts foundatlon stones 111 1925 for the purpose of encouraglng col lege act1v1t1es Debate declam glee clubs and orchestra have held prom 1nent places 1n the extra currlcular program of the students One of the annual projects of the students IS a play gn en 1n the early sprmg Dramas comed1es romances and tragedles have been presented wlth great success The College offers two years preparatory work ln all courses except those of Englneermg Agrlculture and Mechanlcs 1n whlch only one X ear of work xs avallable ea J , , . 0 . V Y . . , . . . . C MR. 'll M " AON . y - . r 7 3 3 7 ' . . , . V. . . ' 9 1 5 , . s - ' ' a 1 3 , ' . . . 7 . ' 7 3 3 3 Q Q 7 JI 1 um l1llIllfI'l't1fl7i7'lvj' Fran! Run C Cruxkshank L Corey H Waters M Elncr E Shannon Ix 'vlauthc Hu kR u F Cortrnght F Cooper I Cartwright M Crmkshank M Gxbson I' Nordman Gough I- Thornton FTHFI. SHANNON Mormngsldc College B A Unlverslty of Iowa M A COLLEGE FACULTY Malbn l1l!lflfS P53 4 19010 gg Educ tll'lO7l Fort Dodge Iowa INIAY GIBSON UH1VefSlfy0fM1DH6S0t3 B A 'VI A En gllsh Mmneapolns Minnesota KATHFRIINE MAUTI-IE Umversxty of Iowa B S lx Chlcago Umversxty Bmlogj Gvologj W ashmgton Iow Il FRED N COOPI-.R Umwersnty ofM1ch1gan college ofAmer1ean Gy m Pkg su al Elluralzon Detro1t Mxehlgan I'I.ORI NCE INORDNIAN Umversnty of Iowa B S UDIVCISIIY of Callforma Pfusn ul Edin uflon XV.1verly Iowa nastlc Union "'. ,. ,, ,. ,, ,.4 .U-,, ,. ,. ,. ,. ,. ,J. 1 , f v '-,B.A. , . , , , ,..,1.s. , ,.A. - ,.' ' s - V ,.A. Y ' ' , ,.. , 7 ' J CATHERINE CRUIKSHANK Fort Dodge Iowa Librarian IAN I CARTWRIGHT Northland College B A Umverslty of Wxsconsln M S Cfrenuxfrg I ort Dodge Iowa HELEN WATERS UHIVSISIIV of Arkansas B A Iowa State College Umverslty of W xsconsm M A Prem b Iexmgton Nebraska WAYNE NEELY Parsons College B A Umversxty of Iowa M Speech Greenfield Iowa JOHN B GOUGH Upper Iowa Umverslty B A Alhlzlu Dmcior Fort Dodgu Iowa E S CORTRIGHT Iovx a State Teachers College Dranfallfs Fort Dodge Iowa VIARY CRUIKSHANK Grmnel College Ph B Chncago Umverslty Umverslty of Iowa Umversuty of Colorado Publlrallons Adviser Fort Dodge Iowa EVERETT W THORNTON Des Momes Umverslty B Unn ersnty of Chxcago M A State Umversxty of Iowa Fduzulrolz Hzflorj Sndney Iowa NIILDRED ELNLR Fargo College B M Drake UDIVEFSIIY Mum Nioorhcad Mmnesom page one hundred tlozrty om COLLEGE COUNCIL Elght members, the pres1dent and secretary treasurer of each class and two members elected by each class, constltute the unlor College Student Councll By order of IIS constxtutlon, WhlCh was made by the fxrst counc1l 111 22, the members elected Mr Gordon MacKenz1e pres1dent and MISS Clela Cooper secretary treasurer, both of whom have f1lled the1r offlces well Two faculty members, Mxss Shannon and Mr Thornton, dean of the College, serve as adv1sers Two commnttees were appomted by the pres1dent at the f1rst of the year the athletlc commlttee to take care of the ucket sell1ng at the games, wlrh Dan Rhodes as the capable chalrman, and the assembly commlttee, wh1ch had entlre charge of the C assemblles held everv Frxday Nora Toohey headed th1s effnclent commlttee that provlded many mterestmg ind Var1ed assembhes To sponsor a few faculty games, the proceeds of whxch were to be used for the football lettermen, a commlttee was appomted 1n the sprmg Full respons1b1l1ty 1n handllng all money was xested ln the secretary thus re duclng labor m the umor College off1ce All steps taken 1n any movement of Junlor College must be accepted and voted on by the councnl whxch represents the student body As a re sult all the students favor these proposals and the best co operatlon 1S acqulred Sfumfirlg-Dean Thornton. MacKenzie, Sells, Tmwlwy. Kouhn, Whinncryg Srulml-Rhodes, Mins Shannon, Tierney, Cooper . , . . . 1 . . . . . . 7 . - . . x jmqf nm !7IHll1fl'ffflJf7'fJ'-1141! STUDENT BODY Fzrsi Row C Bollard T Mattfeld V Bortz C Harty R Lmdstrom W Mulroney R Knutson B Sprlnger R Cornel1ussen G Smlth M Coughhn S Stexnberg N Toohey Second' Row O V1eg L Carlson L ordan G Henry L Parsons O Waffull H Anderson D OConnor M Pr1ce L H Anderson R Ertl Third Row F Everson D ackson Hogan M Warner R Tennant G Tlmmons G MacKenz1e G Campbell L Sells G Interm1ll R Ander son D Rhodes R Koehn Fozzrfb Row N Rubenstem R Northrup M Zmn H Burleson N COX M Smlth E Hurst C Kearney S Sm1th A Cooley T Rehder F1 tb Ron J Dan1els I Fortney C Savage T Porter Savage R Montgomery M Newhoff W Cooper M Charon H Peterson J Brown W M1nkel J Txerney Szxfla R0 K Rosene M Van Patten G Scharfenberg M Matt1ce D Rubensteln A Martm T Jewell H Stowe M F Whltney A Anderson I Anderson E Deck A Broffel E Von Trees R XVDIHHCFY J Radchffe Fronl Rott G Adams G Marsh H Hart M Wolfe M Clausen H Babcock H Ashba K Kle1n C Cooper L Hewlett L Mace A Hayward M Hayward ' T . , . , . , Q 3 . . . , . , . , . , . , , . , . . l T - S 9 - 9 ' J 7 ' 9 ' 9 , . a - 3 ' 9 - 9 ' ' 9 ' 7 '- . , ,J. , . , . . , . , . , . , . , . 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N y E I ' 4' X f . . ii A x l U Y' stories from the grid-iron, letters containing minor happenings, poetry, and editorials. wi .Img-41. ici, Charon, Kuchn: sm il-M att, z. , mas. .a sh nk page nm' lmmlrvd flairfy-fozzr 4: ! H ff! A 111. um Run hmmrx Inn nn su an nu xn 11 11 r an hgll Burluon Hmrdx :nhl .1 mn mmmnx Lrmn n Lrun Hnnrx lirmn Kurnu X ann Ruhdgr K7innn on x Sn Burr Hurwz Vin MUSIC GU 1 CLUBS The glue Clubs, new organnmtlons ll'l the college hue to thur Lrudlt tha. prpsuntltn 1 of the opcrattl Trnl BV ury ORCHI STR X The orchestra, reorg1m7cd after scwcml Ve1rs hpsc, appmrcd It 1 numbur of liSLI'l1bllLN md CIVIL functions 111 Run un 1 ar son mmm mn Xl tum ss Xl utnu lynn Sghzrnn ug jzaqf um lunnfml f!7llfX fn: - . I , .A A, ' ,712 'S - 5 2- 5 df ' 2 v 1 f ' 'Q 4 .1 ,1 , , . H ,Q A 1 A '12 V g -V ' 1 ., V X , , , - K . A X Q - . ' Y. 4 I ' ' F '1 1 1 1 11 1 4 1 f' ' 7 -: 1- Q f ' . ' ' ' 1 .. 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K . 7 h- f T lx z W R Rkb Mr: SIGMA ALPHA PHI The soc1alsoror1ty, Slgma 'XlphaPh1 has played an lmportant part 1n the school llfe of the women since the fxrst year of the College It has helped much ln establlshlng and ma1nta1n1ng frlendly and organlzed Splflt 1n the student body The Women th1s year earned an envlable reputatlon as a group of suc cessful and or1g1nal hostesses when they entertaxned the faculty and the football squad at a banquet ln the model apartment It seemed a f1tt1ng chmax to a br1ll1ant season of football v1ctor1es The decorations were carrled out 1n the colors of the sororlty gray, p1nk, and blue A group of waltresses were chosen from the members, and they were very petlte 1n aprons and caps of che same color comblnatxons The kltchen force de serves special merit for the dellcnous food prepared under the guldance of MISS Ethel Shannon, one of the advxsers of the sororlty Meetlngs of the club are held every three weeks 1n the model apartment A new commlttee IS chosen every tlme to g1ve each Woman a chance to take part m some phase of the work After the dmner, the program comm1ttee supplles the amusement Off1CCfS for the year were Marjorle Wolfe, pres1dent, Clela Cooper, v1ce president, Kathryn Kleln, secretary, Neva Cox, treasurer Burk Run-Scharfenbcrg, A, Anderson, Zinn, Cox. Stowe, Springer, Killey, Corneliusscn, G. Smith, M. Smith, Ashlu Rubenstein, Hewleu. Hurst: lxinl Run-Sauge, Vlars , Adams, Price, W'hi ney, Conley. I. Anderson, S. Smith, olfu, Ullonnor. Lindslcy, Rehderg Sn-nml Ron--Kearney, Hayward, Mace, Babcock, Clausen, Bart, Jewell, Broffcl, Von Tn-cs. M. oluinson, . o inson. Nnrzhrup: Fmnl Run-Barren, Kline, Cooper, Tnohey, a ice, lfortncy, Deck. 4 9 ' u ' sa ra gr' our lnnzdrvd lbirly-six SCFNF IROVI IN TH! NIEXT ROOM IN THE NEXT ROOM R1val1ng professnonals a cast of th1rteen unlor College students pre sented In the Next Room a my stery play durlng the early part of Feb ruary Under the d1rect1on of Everett S Cortr1ght the productlon as sumed the v1v1dness of reallty the characters d1splay1ng a sklll remarkable ln student performers Threadlng the major plot that of the solutlon of a murder occurr1ng snmultaneously wlth the 1nstallat1on of an antlque for e1gn cablnet 1n the home of Phlllp Vantlne CW1llard Mlnkelj was the more tender love story of Lorna Webster CElo1se Hurstj and James Godfrev C Io TICFHCYJ Support1ng these were Martln Van Patten as Parks the butler L H Anderson as Rogers a servant Wllllam Mulroney as Fehx Armand a Frenchman Oscar Vxeg as Inspector Grady Clarence Hardy as Slmmonds a detectlve Harold Burleson as Theophlle d Aurelle a Frenchman Law rence Parsons and Glenn Intermnll as hosp1tal asslstants Luc1lle Hewlett as Madame DeCharr1ere Bermce Sprlnger as ul1a her ma1d and Rlchard Koehn as T1m Morel a pollceman Worklng behmd the scenes was Dorothy Rubenstem general stage man ager Those 1ncluded on commlttees were fnnance Gordon MacKenz1e Harold Peterson Kathryn Klem L H Anderson Clela Cooper and Ian Cartwrlght advlser ushers Lawrence Parsons Lyle Sells Annabelle Cooley Thelma Rehder R1chard Anderson and Ethel Shannon advxser publlclty Marlan PFICC Dan Rhodes Nora Toohey and May Glbson advxser propertxes Maur1ce Charon Neva Cox Glen Interm1ll Gret chen Smlth and Everett S Cortrlght advlser 4 4 , A .. , 1 .. Cl 7, J J " QQ 77 ' I .- 7 7 s s , '- 9 ' s 7 I Q 1 x N' : , g . . a S a S 3 s . . . , . 3 9 v ' 3 5 J , 5 , . , - . : - , 9 7 ' ' 1 3 9 g 7 3 3 9 I 9 5 . . 7 . . . 9 7 9 3 Q 1 a 1 ' Q ' 9 ' Ildgl'IllIl'bIlIIllft'l1 Iblrly nz II page one bumlml lfurfy ugh! Who d Thmk It? XXII BONINII LADDII Ivlrs MacKeuL1e was confident rh her son Gordon would develop into pxous mmnster and who eould doubt at after ganng at the bemgn eountenanee of thc httlt lad m the goat earl? We smeerely hope hxs mother IS no too dlsappolnted xn her sons laek of mm xstenal qualmes FOLLIILS OF 1920 Ilonse secretly cherlshes hopes of some day beeommg, a bnlllant daneer but II ns generally known and aeeepted that loxe eonquers all thmbs -ewen reers so thus Idea NBIIISIILCI under the oxerpowermg, devotion of a certain dent suxtor CAPTAIN KIDD UP TO DATI' Thxs terrlfylng loolunf, eowboy rate or what have vou lb no less a per his pnmmve suit has been dxscarded I a football outfit and Ins battle grounl transferred to the football fneld he IS stnll a fnerce courageous fmghter VIOLITS ARI BLUI I know 1 p JLL where the sht httle violets grow Doesn t thus demure lnttle maid remand you of those pretty uolets that nestle under the leases? But thus one was dxseowered by a blusterm football hero guess who? I5 ID CBII-ORI IJILKJ 1 sueh a wee gurl to axe moe large romantxc eyes and she dldnt exen know that Duck exnsted The same gurl but who would re L0gl'lllL thls l'T1lSCl1lCXOl1S Imp a he petxte eo ed Maxine? , . . 'I f f I I f A U V '. ' , JI 1 1 I A 3' Y I Q , . Q ,h .' sy 1 x A u I I . . . , K x' - Y I I ' v I '- ,e s V-, , " V, 1 , U ' , " s V, CA, mx , It I xf yf I w x u V ' V ' . ' ar. . N . . . Y W , Pi- . ,, vp 1 , '- p . x - sonagc than our own Bill Mmkel. Though . . . . . . mr , , . l v . , I . , . . , ,, , . . , , , . I v I ' 1 - Iv 2 Al -' ' ' - ' h '- I f s I I V' y V V .. 1 -' 1 I A A 7 - 5 t u f I - , ' V- K , . V On the Campus DONALD JACRSON Introduemg I'la1ne ackson who famts into Tnmmons arms m hlstory class when called on Clog dancer VL 111 sell hrs Ford for S40 DEDILN GONF Offlcxal regxstrar for eollege datnnb bureau Knows when Nllldrcd Coughlm got her permanent and when Oscar X ne, shaxed last Slngs nn the Colley: ehoxr LOTTA CRAN1 In Memorlam Lotta ehoked herself to death wxth her hnstory book becau e he only bf S A Test days ave never been the same snnee Lotta vent away MARTIN VAN PATTI-'NI Wlll Bet B A degree CButler Artlstj I'eeds hls dog on graham crackers L1 es next door to Marjorne Wolfe but IS normal otherwnse GERTRUDI: ROBINSON Favors paved roads espeexally b tween here and Des Moxnes Learned tt gave orders as j C assignment edxtor of the Lnttle Dodger COLUMBUS BALOIN RIND Winner of ribbons for personal mag, netlsm Chairman of commxttee for d presslon of joy on the eampus Plays 28 an HARRY 'I UFFGUX Rlght mudguard on the brad team Presndent of the Womens Athletlc As soclatxon Wxll attend a Barber Coll ge next year Graduatlon due to age lxmxt ROBI RTA INORTHRUP Hopes to be a taxn drnex .nu pra txees on Isobel and Bermce I-xpeeted to make Army baseball and basketbxll teams next year NIAURICIH CHAROX Is one of the cltx s fevs adxoeates sf eham stores XX as born with a uolm n hrs arms Loves ehemnstry and ns that may about Marun Nan Patten JOHNNY SCHREECHIT Captaln of the eollege quartet Hon orary member of Slgma Alpha Phu V s second nn the gurls svummmg meet l page om bumlrad 1111113 mm ez n ,. .. 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' Q A - 1 1 - r R WAA Wlth the leadershlp of M155 Florence Nordman and the encouragement she gave the women s athleucs of the Fort Dodge umor College, llttle t1me was lost th1s year 1n organ1z1ng the XV A A for women athletes The same POIDI system that was 1nt1 oduced ln 1978 was used th1s year Through thls system mer1ts may b earned 1n team sports and 1nd1v1dual act1v1t1es Regular and mlscellaneous tests may also be passed to gam a letter for whlch MISS NCRDMAN M1ss Florence Nordman came to us from the UHIVGISIIQ of Iowa three Vears ago She has worked out a compllcated pomt system whereby women may earn the1r college letters Because she IS so vxell versed IH a knowledge of the dlf ferent types of sports, a largt fl ld IS optn to the women Her pup1ls hay galned much from her splendld leader sh1p and thty endeavor to hft the stand ards of good sportsmanshlp ever hlgher if 41,4 om fmanfntf forly Hull' Kun-Macc, Kearney, Zinn. lox, ilurncllusscn, ii. Smith. Hewlett, Ashbn, Rubenstein, M. Smith, 'lwolwyq Smfwlf x.,Hfsm.gt. Marsh, Adams, tlmlcy, Anderson, s. Smith. Rthdtf, U'Connox', Lindxlcyg lrfrul k,,1l-cwwf. lsnlswtk, Klum-, Barren, Jewell, Deck, M. Robinson, R, ohxnson, Norihrup. . . . , . J . . . . L. . A . . . . . . - sf . . . 7 ' r , , Vkyz I V V . . - . A 7 . .- ,, , , K -, ' , Rhd D 7 WAA a total of 250 ponnts are requlred Sport leaders have been appointed over basketball, volley b ll baseball hxklng, track golf, tenms, swlmmmg, and l1fe savlng The reports of these leaders make up a record of the glrls act1v1t1es The offlcers for the club are Annabelle Cooley, pres1dent, Charlotte Savage, v1ce pres1dent, Marle Lxndsley, secretary, Marjorle Zxnn, treasurer LIFE SAVERS These Women have spent thre months 1n d1l1gent practlce pre paratory to passlng thelr Llfe Sav mg Test A requlrement to rescue carry, and resusc1tate a drowmng person IS the most dxffxcult con frontlng the would b res u rs Beslde th1s phys1cal demonstratlon, they must wrlte a 250 word essay on resusc1tat1on Survnvors of these flgld tests recelve a Red Cross Llfe Savmg badge and pm, the 1ns1gn1a of the national organlzatlon N j rreu C' A L o jnagv om' laumfmd forly Om' lfmul Run-j. Barren, C. Savage, E. Deck: Sn-rnml Run-T. c cr, . K 'Connor, M. Cnughlin, S. Smith, A. Cooley: Tfurll Run-N. Toohcy. N. Vox, G. Marxh, R, Norlhrup, M. Zinn, G. Smith. . . . 2' 3 9 7 . , . . . k K - I . I Q Kr ' 3 I - Q A 4 -D I ll. Ashba, .L Zinn, . Ba . 1, Marsh, . 'o ley R Northrup F Deck C Savage C Kearney DEBATE After a lapse of two years, debate was relntroduced to the Jun1or Col lege thls year, and, through the efforts of Mr Wayne C Neely, the coach, a number of debates wxth other Jumor Colleges were arranged Two teams cons1st1ng entlrely of women were chosen 1n January Charlotte Savage and Corrlnne Kearney very capably upheld the affxrmatlve s1de and Evelyn Deck and Roberta Northrup, w1th equal success, took the negatlve s1de of the questlon Resolved, that the natlons of the world should adopt a plan of complete dlsarmament, except for those forces necessary for pollce protectlon The negatlve team made 1ts 1n1t1al appearance 1n a non dec1s1on debate wlth the afflrmatxve team from Elkader at the Bapt1st Church on Sunday On February 18 the affxrmatwe team lost to Mason C1ty s negatlve by a cr1t1c s dec1s1on at a debate held ln Fort Dodge By a cr1t1c s dec1s1on, our negatlve team lost to Mason Clty at Mason C1ty, on February 21 The aff1rmat1ve team went to Boone February 24 and won from thelr negatlve team by a two to one dec1s1on On the same day on our home platform the negatlve team proved thelr ab1l1ty by w1nn1ng a three to nothlng dec1s1on from Boone s aff1rmat1ve Wlth the exceptxon of Evelyn Deck, all have had prevlous experxence m debatmg . . ,, . ' ,Q evening, February 9. . . . , . . . , . . . . . , . . . . . . . , . . jmgf om lmmfwaf forfy-luv: ,-.ual I B GOUGH I A N1 KINSTRY F N COOPFR COACHING STAFF Iofon B C011 gb Smce hxs appomtment as d1recror of College athletxcs Mr John B Gough has been so successful and so popular among the students and towns people that It IS wlth deepest regret that We see h1m leave to take up h1s new po s1t1on 1n Calxforma In two successwe years he has turned out champxon sh1p football teams and h1s basketball teams have met wxth such unusual success as to mark h1m an exceptronal coach Durmg h1s stay here he has bullt up relat1ons w1th r1val schools wh1ch are of the most fr1endly and deslrable nature and wh1ch make compet1t1on pleasant and keen Fred N Cooper Coach Fred N Cooper assxstant football coach had much to do wnth the development of the state champlons of 1928 and 1929 H1s ab1l1ty 1n developnng power ln the l1ne was proved agam and agaln by the dec1ded super1or1ty of the Panthers forward wall a supernorlty whlch enabled the backs to score dec1s1vely I A McK111sfr3 Coach Bud MCKIHSIFY a nevs member of the staff has acquired through hlS years of compet1t1on 1n college athletlcs as a member of the State Teachers College teams a f1ne knowledge of sports and of men He came d1rect from Estherv1lle and took over hls job as asslstant basketball coach Wlfh dec1ded wxllmgness H15 teachmg of the fundamentals d1d much toward estabhshmg the smoothness of the basketball team wx. "t , ' 1' 31.5, F 1 W -M ogg 'K f . E I ' ' 4, - V , , , i Q . . 1 . . . c . . A ' 1 , . . . . . . . V . . - ' 5 7 . . , . . . 1 ' l fl ,Y ' V ' , 7 Y , . jmgv um' bnmlrvzl orty lbru pagr mn bumlrul forty mn Sheldon 7 Fort Dodge 13 C011 emzuf' Foofball Cbampzons LETTERMEN Captam Glen Perkms uarterback 145 lbs George Campbell Lyle Sells End 163 lbs George Tlmmons Fullback 170 lbs Gordon MQCKGHZIC Tackle 180 lbs Harold Anderson Center 170 lbs Glen Interm1ll Guard 155 lbs Thomas Porter Guard 160 lbs Glen me Gr 0 r qu 1 Tim Hoot P1 my 115 Tom 1113 as ff :ny . N? X X --y 2 li lr I ' ' er - C , I ' I K a , an End-135 lbs. T .A 1 54 0 'ffm , , . A - ff . I Q F , . H G rr ' 1 'K' 1' - 1, 1 ' HB A 4-' ' - . rr , 1X0 l'irIun'j Albm 0 Fort Dodge 20 C011 rrfnu F00fba11Cl9a111p1011S LETTERMEN Wlllard Mmkel 1 Halfback 140 lbs Max Warner P0 Tackle 185 lbs Dale Perkms Dalfg uarter and Halfback 152 lbs Lawrence Parsons Parseg Full and Halfback 160 lbs L H Anderson Audg Center 155lbs ohn Savage P10111 Guard 150 lbs Robert Ertl B0 Guard and Tackle 165 lbs jug 1 fuulr lf I3 . kr ' if . . , - , A V A, - if 1 1 x . gy . e 1 4: ' 1 ,Q f. j f ' ' rr - :J 1' B ll l ff if J ., -- rr pn Nj g ,O r av f 1 "1 9 ' 7 u A 2 vr .1 F 1 " V ' rr In rr yn V' k , . - J 1 is bv pr I F Vx M, ' '- ' 4 W rr '73 ' ' I ,ew 'i-. . 5 f..- F . fr :J K ., J L ,fn ' evil . . V ' - 'J re bn f -" 1 N, . A , 'mq K. -2,4 , N - 2 an ' cr ,fx X... V: i . '-., 3 -.f , M 3s ' '1.,f"I,L?"'f'L riff' or 4' 1 1 rc nr - -G k M FOOTBALL W1th the open1ng of the fall term Coach Gough was confronted wlth the task of bu1ld1ng a w1nn1ng team around three veterans of the 1928 champ1onsh1p team Perkms Campbell and Warner Th1sfoundat1on was bolstered by a host of h1gh school graduates whlch lncluded the all state men MacKenz1e and Anderson Coaches Gough and Cooper qu1ckly whlpped th1s llneup nnto shape and on September 27 won a typ1cally ragged early season game at Estherv1lle by the 1ns1gn1f1cant score of 13 0 The followmg Frxday the Panthers dlsplayed a crushlng offenslve to defeat the hlghly pra1sed Eagle Grove eleven 39 0 on Duncombe fleld and after a week of rest agaln entered the fleld to ox ercome Alb1a the southern new comer to the schedule to the tune of 20 0 October ZS marked the clash wlth Sheldon our powerful northern rnvals and only after a gruelhng struggle whlch was fmally concluded because of darkness the Dodgers emerged wntla a 13 7 v1ctory At Forest C1ty home of Waldorf J C the boys won a 12 0 wlctory after a b1tter combat but the next week suffered the season s only setback when they lost to the I S T C freshmen by the same score On the fol lowlng Frlday however the Panthers avenged themselves by rompmg through Wartburg at Waverly and p1l1ng up a score of 33 0 Facmg Mason Cnty tradxtlonal rlval on Thanksglvlng day the boys hammered out a 20 0 uctory on the w1nd swept snow covered local fxeld establ1sh1ng a clear clanm to a Hawkeye conference and state champlonshlp r- lf 7 an , . ,. A, , A Bark Run' ough, Cooper, Min el, Intcrmill, l. H. Anderson. Timmons, Smith, Hagan, Benz, . cliinstryz Srrnml Ron-Sells, W'arner. Porter. G. Perkins. Ssuage, 'v1ncKn'n7ic. Campbell: lfmvrl Run--D, Perkins, Vfafful, Armstrong, W'hinnerv, -lnrdan. Parsons. 3 3 3 3 ' , . 3 ' 1 1 . . 7 . - 3 3 , ' . 3 3 3 3 3 . - Y. a - -s ' 1 3 3 3 9 1 ' I ' 1 ' 9 ' l 1 on lzzmlrml forlvy-xix' M K h BASKETBALL Under the fme coachmg of Gough and McK1nstry the Panther bas keeters succeded 1n playlng through an extremely strenuous schedule nn flne style After but three pract1ce sess1ons the boys played the1r f1rst game and lost at Waldorf 30 27 after three over t1me per1ods On the followmg Fr1day however they won a thrllllng 33 32 vlctory from the1r f1rst conference r1val Eagle Growe on the home floor anuary 17 Eagle Grove evened the score by w1nn1ng 34 24 on the1r own floor but the Dodgers came back to on erwhelm Mason Clty 41 14 on the follow1ng Fr1day A week later the Panthers journeyed north where they won from Sheldon 32 30 but lost to Northwestern at Orange Clty 36 29 1n a hectlc game On anuary 21 the s cond conference defeat was recelved from Esther vllle by a 40 36 score and on Frlday of the same week Northwestern re peated 21 20 on the home floor The remamder of the season was marked by seven consecutlve conference vlctorxes Webster Cnty was the flrst to fall on the1r own court by the score of 40 27 and Boone and Sheldon were beaten at Fort Dodge by scores of 28 23 and 39 30 respectlvely The Blue and Whxte then traveled to Mason Cxty and Boone to wxn a 40 17 and a harrowmg 26 25 clash In the last two games played on the home court Webster Clty fell 37 32 and Esthervllle was defeated 39 29 To cllnch the Northwest Iowa champlonshnp at Mason Clty two weeks later the Pan thers won three games IH two days but lost 1n the flrst round of the state fmals at Maquoketa to Albla who later won the state champ1onsh1p Burl: Run-Coach Gough, Campbell. V'arner. Harless, Timmons, Parsons. ac cnvic, Com: McKinstry l'mul Run--Porlcr, Henry, Perkins, Minkcl, lntcrmill . , - ' 1 1 1 " . Y J 1 1 ' - ' 1 V - - y .. J Q ' - , - '- . 1 1 '1- K - ' ' 1 1 , - . V . . , page om' blnnlml urly 1 Practlce wxtlm Hugh School Squad aga om lulmfn I Orly ll fl! LETTERMEN Gordon MacKenz1e Hoof Guard Max Warner P0 Guard Lawrence Parsons Parvey Forward Center Guard Forward Wflllard Mrnkel 1 Forward George Campbell Georgia Forward and Center , ' ff V er P ' rr 7 , ' .. Dale Perkins "Daley ' ' "B'1l N rr - , iv . K r l 1 1 .V L .' 'P 'ff THIi GYPSLQXI CITY T1111111 '111 1X74'11IQ1'111U11X 11j1f1111'11111111 111 X711- QN 1 , 1111111 1l1!1'l1f11111.N I111' 11111111111 1'1,.Yff111'1Nl'N, 11,1 1111 1 1 Il Il 11 1 111111111q11111 1 II 1111 11 1 31111 1' 1 111 Il 11 1 1 111 1 1 1 ll 1 , 1 1 I1 Il 1 1 11 71 ll x 1 1 1 1 I1 11 111 fr- ,, my Y1"o'l'f' Q, jg! H, Gi r1 111411 ! 1 1.111111 171111, 17111111 1111111' 111111" 1 1 11111115 1111111 KQ11 111'. 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CENERY gorgeous, chestra wonderful, ghost walkmg, grave dngg rs dlggmg, soldiers soldxerlng But no Hamlet m the cast' It IS rumored that the play failed Fashion, servxce, prxce you expect all three as a matter of course when you go shoppmg But over and above everything else you demand quality Without quality the other thmgs mean next to nothing As well put on Hamlet wxthou' Hamlet' It IS our pride that thxs has always been known as a qual nty store Back of the newness, the smartness or beauty of tlse merchandise you buy here lS the fundamental attrxbute of lI'lU'll'lSlC worth uahty I9 the starting porn! here-the prnme essentlal m everything we sell When you shop for quality xt IS natural that you should choose a store where quality is a tradition ' THE BQRIQACQLQBE SU fe With ELMIOIII1 O O . or- . . . . -. 9 . . 'qw- 'W '-' I 3 Bettpr Homes for Everybody Evervwhere VISIT OLR NIODFI I URXISH1 IJ ROONIS A D MCQUILKIN COMPANY T nc Dorf gr 1 Siojz Look Llvfa A NFW PLACI TO PARK A IN! 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THE COVER on :hrs book ns the product ofan organl 'mon of SPCCIRIISIS whose sole work IS the creatnon of unusual covers for School Annuals Set Books Hlstones, Camlogues Salts 'vianuals 'md other Commertml Publne mons THE DAVID I MOLLON eo B57 N h 'Gif CHICACO R A I N B O W TIRE COMPANY SUPER SERVICE 10111 Sfop NEXV LOCATION 91 North Nth Street Goodyear T1res . ' " 1' K 5 G SE EE ' - 2 'avr mm Avena SG SG se as se 'ff ' ' EE . 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South UI N1 S BUI LO CROCERY x14 North Ixftttnth Street W IIITIIIORD GROCERX Cmf4r1uf1114fN11f 1671 I lfth Aunuv. South ' . b , ' :wry gg 55 Q, .-,, I as sr ' ' us c 'set za Q ' 55 ' ' W .I 24 3 ' 'Qu 3, . ff R' A '1 N i ' Ki ii :: :: , 1 L gg 2 J ' Gr 1 1'I't1fX G' 1 11'a1'x S -- , ,, - ,, K l v 1- ,, K . , ., . C' ' in W"m ' E I , . L . , :: ,' 1 " X fIl'l't'A,'X af1I'If.' - f - ----W w- -f'- f-f+ 2 7 ' , l,- .,, Q' Www - ' , . """'w' , 1 ' "'z K ' . '. . . , 2 ' 1 1 EE ffl'01'1"'f'x I'lf. :A 'I 1 . 1 1' 'g " ' ' ' "" ' 'M H' EE 1 ' ' ' :c Y 'f H- ' - ff 11 -r :: , Q V , I 4 T 7 A. .. 'I' . I' 11'rx It I 1 '- - J 'I ' . Tfu Dof ll Iowa Pharmacy Pm mn F BETTER PLUMBING d if-.. 5 'abr Exclzzmfe Pretcrzplzon 56,,W, Pray Brothers Plzmzbzfzg me H eaztzzzg Srck Room Supphes vo North Elghrh Street DURANT A Good Cm Arnold Motor Company W G ARNOLD Prop 322 Prrst Avenue South Phone Walnut 7578 r ' , I g , A I - ' I Second loot . . Carver Buil ing A-1-i -E ' " ES EE 55 - 1- " , -l "'-- "' 1:1-1 Q.-:"'3 I 1 X 5 1 1 ' f ' - - age The Doa' ge: AIR TIGHT WEATHER STRIPPING QR fxw. ff' F1345 'EA AE- wi, 'VT ,, L my FN, ,. .. , EE DI 'EBI :il ZS' ll! We are Speczalzsts ln Home Protectlon There IS more than one kmd of home pxotectlon but none that ns more suselx needed thm 1 ood roof Vvnth 1 roof of enther dumble as phllt or ex erllstlng., IlL,ld lsbestos shm glcs xou uc lssured of effnenent pro ICCUOII Ill 1ll xxelther wxxf? Beautlful economlcal 1nd flre reslst mg colorful roofs are applxed mght ox er the old roof N0 chfmce of faulty vsorkmanshlp A phone elll wxll brmg one of our roof experts to LXJ.I'I1lI'lC and glXC Sou eomplete lnformatlon ix? APPROVED APPLIERS OT BARRETTS GRAVEL ROOFS AUTHORIZED BUILDERS OF JOHNS MANVILLE ROOFS Bomlx lnrnlxbuf Wllfz Boll: 0 A111111 ixffsff 'i5G,6" Ask us lbout our tlle floors that eost no more than mlud lxnoleum T565 'iii PORT DODGE ROOFING 85 SUPPLY CO Robt C, Lent! Pres PHOINP WALNUT 2865 rrAllLdjS On Top" 17 SOUTH 11th STREET 41' 164 i - Q ' R I - F u v ....... X L KI Y .u T O , , A . K I !3 "' 5 A f T3 I . - 1 'L I 0 'XX Sf . f Q 1. R I ,MA 51213: 1 W " 7,' ' ' V - y - " ' uf, hh' ' . -.:'A M135 '22 I I? I I 4 ! 1 I I N I I -- ,- 4. .. I - , ' H, , I J . ,CJ . . f1?i --1f'g3-- -- , " - Q5 N G . . . G : 0 f' 1' 4 1 g . . 3 V' . ' . - . ' ' ' . The Dodgu Compfwz zzlf 0 A H BLANK CRERM Theatres FOR Partres RIALTQ Drnners AND Refreshments STRAND Where the Best ELGIN DAIRY COMPANY Tallong Prctures Play For Thzffiy Yemy Orrgrnators of Better Movrng Methods A ALQFNE f-N I WHllElW5'ma Q Fo t D clg F O to s Whrte Transfer 81 Storage Company WALNUT 2223 ' 1 ' ' I R ' I6 ' f - f -1 'C I ' f .alma D 55 A R A , 'rt ' J Q LUNG DISTANEE Movms - EE , s A mm f 'B "ef A s M' 'Wi W" Rl as . ' "'s- :: 7 t . U A , r o e's 1fSI Allred Van pera r Pay 166 The Dodge: Norfbwesf Iowa Q Home 0 GOOD SHOES Aix D Hos1FRY SGJL SCI-IILL 81 HABENIC HT 814 Central Aw enuc TYLER BAKE SHOP Speezal Afienfzon Gzten Seloool Orders No Order Too LARGL or SMALL 11 North Tvx elfth Street PHONE WALNUT 7861 HORN SELFOLD PARTITIONS male If POSSIBLE I CO VVOMICAI PRACTICAI lo 11111111 vueb COVIBIN XTION AUDITORIUM C x NINASIUNIS ThlS Ty pe B Horn Selfold P1rt1t1on 78 feet long by 18 feet hlgh separates the 'audltorlum and gXTI1l'll5lUl11 nn 1 fme hugh school at Houston Texas Snmnlar plrtntlons nc mstilled 1ll ox er tht Umted Smtts from Musichusttts to Clhforma XXI XRI ISR 'Xl' I l RS IOR IORI DOIXI PRODLLFIS HORN FOLDING PARTITION CO Fort Dodge, Iowa B ch OH AH P D IC! U d U 1 1, ,, , L., ,,,,,,, , ,, ,,,7,,, EE 9 EE : EE ' ' ' , : y 55 E if SE P EE EE r J ss 7 . Y 1 . . 1 1 1 '. A , . , . . . ' 5 . U' 1. . K . , . . ' ' 1 - ' y x . 1 'X f A U "Q: 1 . 11,.' 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' f "I ..I I 125 0 I I E ' I ' v 7 ' Y N ' I T I 5 , , ' I A , v I . , 'V I C C ag I68 The Dodgm Umm' 07776 Grocers Bell s Pure Food Grocery Walnut 1858 510 lNorth Sex enth Street Boehm s Cash Grocery Walnut 1505 1110 Central Avenue Brown Grocery W1lnut 2167 15 South Smth Street Central Dalry and Grocery Walnut 2809 28 South Erghth Street Dahl Grocery Monroe 1238 3 8 Second Avenue South C C Frost Grocery Co Walnut 1211 1334 Fourth Avenue North Fyffe Grocery Walnut 2637 304 Avenue C Grand Central Food Market W1lnut 1407 615 Central Avenue Roscoe E Gunther G1 oc c rms and Mcafs Walnut 3663 516 Illex enth Axenue Southwest Ideal Market 81 Grocerv W alnut 3259 Northeast Corner Cnty Square Independent Cash Grocery Walnut 1968 145 Flfth Ax enue North John Wessar Walnut 1 514 1717 1'1rst Avenue North Schmldt s Grocery Walnut 1770 1708 Thnrteenth Avenue South Monroe 33 58 1234 Fnrst Avenue North O Br1en Grocery Walnut 1668 Fourth Avenue South 81 Nineteenth St Reuben,s Grocery 85 Meats W'.1lnut 2236 615 Central Avenue H W ROb1DSOH Walnut 2169 507 Central Avenue Frank Segreto Grocery Walnut 2765 Southeast Corner City Square Stemhoff 86 Sons Gr oc 1 f1UYlll1llMtdfY Monroe 2372 700 Avenue C 1' f' 1 out at 2 turf M. 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Grocery ' ' 2 ' p - I ' r l 1 K T116 Dmffn 1 SCANDIA FOOD AND BAKE SHOP 18 North 12:11 Strut PHON1' W AIXUT 772 BG EG FANCY BAKING BG REG The Name 1111111 afcs O11lx Tbf V013 Besf Comphmcnts ik RIEDRICH oP'rncAL ssnvlcr-: PORT DODGE IOWA X11 C 111111 Our O11 II I1 11x1 x , I THOUbANDS O1 HONIFS 1ll our 'xl'I1A,I'lL1 from st1tL1x mmsnons to :mx Lottlgu md lplrtmmts lI'l.I11ldt.I1101' L0111101'Ilb1L mon 11x mbl xx Ll glmosgn xx mdoxx xxx mugs SG FORT DODGF TENT AND ANWNHNG COMPANY 319 2123Cu1tr1lAxcnue Phone XV11HL1f 1611 Port Dodge oxx 1 BI:TTY JANE FROCKS Arun t xou just LI'lW1I'lg for some thmg nexx to xxclry Then Come to the Bettx lm for hum ary stxles hxshlxghted CfJar111111 yflllffjflll Sj11111Sf11111 Cfm 1111101 111111 Mmm S1 S1 5 00 915 Cuntral Axcnuu 1 ' 6 ' ' - Paju' 69 : 1 1 ' ,, :: ff K ' ' ' :: : 1 1 5: EE 1 I ' EE , , ,, L, R3 - , X, -- 'L C, by ,.1 Q. ..., 56 93 : :: if T T : - ES 55 - - 1 g 1 - EE of . as EE ' ' K 1 ' ' as 1 f 3' ' :: 55 ' ' ES 1 1: EE - K EE f ' if EE 0' ES ILSJZQWLL ddddd LL Thi D943 Then Call Brady for Safe, Rapid, Economical Service MEMBERS ALLIED VANS Inc N t Wd M g rv FIREPROOF STORAGE Demothing Service Brad Transfer 81 Stora e Co Y CENTRAL AT SIXTEENTH Tfu Doclgcl 1 1 YOU WRRE RIGHT' It X011 Hue Lheel ed Them Xll C UIBR XNSFN S 1930 IIXF OI RADIOS H15 Them SLI In ABUXDANCE' And XIOYL TOO ' ' ' et the GUI BRAINS-EY DEALER Tell The Complete Stow S011 In 1-1111 Dorf 1 B1 The Des Momes Vfullev Power Compfmy 15 South Izlghth Street D1xful111l11lB3 1213111011 Surrlu Q IORT DODC-L ION 1 B UCKS If sums ooomrs X Fam Our 0am Yizclory Direct Tb Yo u, out oxu PRICE BROOK S CLOTHES 105 QLUIFII Axenue Opposnte Court House Iort Dod e Ioxx 1 C0ll1plIll20lIfY FULLERTON LUMBER COMPANY Complzmenfs LAUFERSWEILER FUNERAL PARLORS DAY OR NIC IIT AXIBLIANC1 SIRIICI Phone Walnut 1105 Fort Dodge Ioxx 1 J 7' ' n Pug ' ' A .. - V, , A1 3 . 1 X . 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K ' Z fl I ll- 55 55 T 1 - ff' 1 f '- ' I fi ones' ffm ll e 1 O1Jt'FtlfflIxQ in Cofzjlzllvfimz wiflr 704 'en ral Avenue 1 f , - 4 se se se se l fu' 'oung Mwfs Sboppizzg Cwzlvr Tfwc Dorff 1 No Home Is Complete Hunflgy 35 Pglnqef 5 Wlfhouf fl P11110 IMPORT! nn comm s Xou I1 ut 1 Wlnlc Clloxtt from Then Mlkts Impoxttd llltl IJOIULSUL, CIII I SI mlum JSUJ1 on Srfrlllu IXIIIIINIH BG ICI CRIAXI CANIIDY Nlljtstlt Atv lter Ixtnt mtl VIL OI QCHQQJI 5U11p11h5 RADIOS md Vlttor Rteolcls 1335? ones P1ano House E H ULM A W Anderson C ROC 1 R11 S C1rx1.r Bulldlnf., Iort Dodge Ioxx 1 314 North lSLl1 Stlttt Don Peterson Photos F1116 Pbofo Fllllifjllig COMMERCIAL PHOTOS POR1 RAITS KODAKS PHOTO SUPPLIPS ae se se ae se 1 107 Central Avenue Phone Walnut 2639 Izzy' 174 . P gf Z: ,, I A , ,. Cl ' 'Q lg ff .v Vow S x 4' 4' X X .Z A L I A I se se as . . 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Plumbmg an H e a t 1 n g 'ESQKP O L S O N JEWFLRY 1 ha PHoNhvcA1NUTa599 rp f P I f CGNSTANTINE S GLYMPIA Nmth and Central CANDIES LUNCHES ICI: CREAM CIGARS 1 180 I J" 17 South Seventeenth Street V ' W "TIM IIUIIIK' of Pz'rfr'z'f Ditl17I!llILlX,l I'0rt Dodge, Iowa Formerly nc Olson ' ' 1 U O1 osi e os Of ice 7 Tfn Duff tl B 1-I WILDER FUNERAL PARLORS 5.15 I IC I NSI D EXIB XI XIERS I LXER XI DIRhC,TORS -XXIBLI XXCE SI RN ICL ' All Holla 1 II Izqlzljmzfzzf Phone Wilnut 1210 HI ART Cbocolrzfu Are Bodv Buxlders D Made by HY ART CANDY MAKERS INC OUP GRAD UATFS SUCCLED XIvl'1Ltller m College or U111XCfS1f5 Courses or m tue Busmess World Tobzn Bmzneff allege Gmdqates ire alway 5 leaders ASL T721 nz Abonf Om Tlflllllll SHORTHAND ACCOUINTINIG STENIOTYPY Spfflll wzznznzu mznscsfor Cruflfi Fullx Aecredlted Fort Dodge Iowa ' U ' ' - Q, f P I? X-2 - ' " ' ' 1 -A 'V " ' Axk for Tlwm J YA ' AI A ' X f af Your f'ItIl'IH'fft' mzlvr f A - 'A' A - 4 :: E: 5 C if if . 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