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

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Published by The Senior Class "Nursv of lm lbousaml hopes and fears-" The following pages of this book embrace the record of 268,200 days of pleasure :md profit found by the students of Fort Dodge Thr Building Nnrlll Front Editor, Betty Burnquist Business Manager, Frederic Anderson High School in working out the ambitions, dreams, and successes of 193 5. We are proud of those who have achieved in scholarship. "Frat, morn fo Hen il's naugb! lm! fflilillgfy Tin' Library Svroml Hom' Photography Baldwin Studio Peterson Photos Earl Foster "All, a'zl'n llwir xporlx, fbeir balls, an' raves." Not only have successes been gained in the class room, but also the gridiron, the gym- nasium, the swimming pool, the cinder path Ifrlfzlflull Fivfzf Umlrr ljgfllx Printing Messenger Printing Company Engraving Waterloo Engraving and Service Company ave seen mans' at ri in Y Vic orv. e are h I th ll 5, t 1 XV proud of those who achieved in athletics. 'Af' u'rr'ary, zvimly winter niffblf ' - g 7 G Tfn' xfars sfwf Jozwz wi' xkfvulin' liglzff Higfr Srfmul Niglzf Slmfy 1 04 Volume Twenty-four Our Scotch Edition "OM sc'r'm's in slrong 1't'l7ll'H1l7fl1l7t'L' sei!" Seeking beauty, we have found it in art, in literature, in dramatics, and in music. We have found loveliness not alone in what r 4. A Y Nj "'7e'f'3v T15L'iv? " " Ari Gallwj Lcixun' Hours Dedicated to the Scotch spirit of sincerity and economy which makes the most ol: all good things. appeals to the eye and earg we have found it in friendships and good fellowship. We are proud of our creators of beauty. Hwbfll frosfs lay lang an' suazvs zwrz' ileepf' Wfifzlrr Elflwing On fbi' Hills Thus Book Contalns XIJXHXISI RA Flux XRIJ OI XIIL L C UL Cl X881 5 91 xloks L,'NlDlRClXSSX1IX I ax um X4Ls1c IL I XSIXIHI us 1 Dum IOR C Ol xs s Cxx1lLsI111 I Yum nfl .Xff.fL.1x.'ll It 11 ll 1 Yff1r1Lf'uzf ffz fx 1 1 ,YI o lin, l'llJL'i, mx Iixc L'lfl'X Sli 'lJl'NI' l 'Nlll TA' . ,I JXCTIX' THX LJIMX x1,x'1'1c s Dr 1 , Tl: PL'lil.lt ,- " NS Cf 'las ATI IILICWICS Bo' l'IIlS Cin A lil,l'l'IlS HI-I,IlfIi Cfxxnl lm Sl L IJII s llL'N Q .lLlfC3l: Cxl ,L Sl LX: IlX'I 1 Il s .X I Hll IIL s 1.4 7 A T I O N I: IU ff, 7 QI A D M I N I S T R I rank A Coolfy Fon a force of capable teach ers, for a handsome blllldlllg 1n good re pa1r, for modern equlpment, for happy encouragement 1n student act1v1t1es, the Board of Educatlon IS to be thanked Its off1cers are Pres1dent,F A Cooley VICC pres1dent,H M Wasem, Secretary Esther Peterson, Treasurer, E H Moore Each MR Fluxk A CooLEY, Presldent of the Board of Edu catlon, IS a leader of whom any school may be proud Hrs boundless fa1th 1n the youth of today h1s broad vlews, and h1s 1nterest 1n securlng for students the best IH the way of teachers, books, and such educatlonal marerlal as 15 needed rank Mr Cooley hlgh nn the op1n1on of students and adults member of the board serves as cha1rman of a commlttee and also serves on at least one other commlttee The Commlttees and the1r chalrmen 1nclude Fmance, A Moe, Publlclty, C D Peterson, Bulldlngs, Grounds, anltors, H M Wasem, Rules and Courses of Study F B McT1gue, Teachers and Employees, A L Brooks n er J cron u rhurLBrok OC .affHMWam M11 Board f Efluf atmn 3 : . . 5 - J . . ' . . ' , 7 - v . Sum-rintvnrle t K. D. Mill- , A. J. Moe, C. I . Pet- s , Miss Plsthn-I' l'n-U-rsnn, l'rn-sinlunt Fr: nk A. Fouls-y, A T. . o s, . . Pf' , . . 'sv , I". li. r"'1:1u-. 0 X A.!'.'-1' IN a school system the size of that of Fort Dodge few things tend to care for themselves. A capable adminis- tration must lay plans and co-ordinate the activities of the many workers. Head- ing the executives is Superintendent K. D. Miller who studies the needs of the Senior High School, junior High School, and the T I Kl'lIIll'fl7 17. Millar SUPERINTENDENT Ken- neth D. Miller has served faithfully, willingly, and suc- cessfully for eleven years. During that time he has, by his wisdom, foresight, and humor won a warm place in the hearts of students and of teachers of our system. The favored few who have come to know him well have been highly influenced by their personal contacts with him. At any assembly Mr. Miller is a welcomed speaker. ff nine grade schools: Wahkonsa, Arey, But- ler, Hawley, Duncombe, Carpenter, Riv- erside, Pleasant Valley, and Lincoln. The selecting of teachers, the purchasing of books, and the maintenance of buildings fall upon him in that he may foresee and suggest. Principal Carl T. Feelhaver has charge of the thirteen hundred seventy Sijniiwfwi Curl T. I'i'r'Il7ill ur IN His TVUO YEARs here Principal Carl T. Feelhaver has brought student, parent, and school closer together by his interest in each. Witlm un- usually high standards of scholarship and cooperation he has worked fervently for conditions that give every student opportunity to de- velop his best. Holding fast to all admirable, worthy tra- ditions, he has led every one to vision the improved school of the future. students in the high school building and the forty-nine teachers. He helps students select the particular courses of study in which they are most interested, supervises the large field of extra-curricular activ- ities, and arouses enthusiasm in both stu- dent and teacher. First period in the morning is a busy one for Vice-principal Fred N. Cooper who has made a working system of absent and tardy checking. As the times change, the administration pro- vides more modern books, more up-to-date Ways of teaching, everything that will im- prove and add to the educational program of the school is employed to aid the stu- dents in obtaining a better education. Cfnn1n1f'rr'iul S11l1jwf.v Fred N. ' C oo ju' r 1 ' .f HIGH SCHOOL Four offers real opportunities to its thirteen hundred seventy students. In the courses offered pupils may prepare for college or may have a fair training in the simple pro- cesses that precede business and manual arts specialization. Beyond the basic three r's are courses of wide enough diversity to fit the individual interests of students of all talents and aptitudes-two languages, music, public problems, art appreciation, IT is almost an advantage to be called into Vice-prin- cipal Fred N. Cooper's office for a misdemeanor-one be- comes so impressed with the squareness of the man who talks straight from the shoul- der and makes even the guilt- iest recognize the justice of his punishment. He follows up the records of individuals for commendation or further helpful corrective measures. four sciences, drama, swimming, machine work, woodwork, drafting, printing, his- tory, physical education, home economics, speech, journalism, and office practices. One hour a day is devoted to each study- an hour in which the teacher uses her time as she sees fit for study or recitation. The text books used are all the very lat- est revised editions selected by experienced faculty members. Maps in the History Department, movies and trips in the I'l1-yxiral Iiillllllfjllll LUCILE COREY Show Shop Orchestra, High School Orchestra J. HOWARD ORTH Glen Clubs, Band, Civics, Golf CATHERINE CRUIKSHANK Librarian HELEN BUEGAL High School Clerk DOROTHY HORN Secretary to Superintendent Miller CLARA DEAN Freshman-Sophomore Study Hall, Freshman and Sophomore Class Adviser Commercial Department, and magazines and special reference books in practically every department tend to promote a bet- ter educational program. A part of school Work that is so enter- taining as to rarely be classified as definite instruction, comes when the student body gathers at least once a month to hear a speaker in an assembly, whose message is cultural and broadening. The same type of education, clothed still more in the GSAC' J atmosphere of pleasure, was provided through the student activity plan this year. Chimes players, a noted lecturer, a world traveler, a Dickensian imperson- ator, Negro Jubilee Singers, a violinist, a quartette, and a cartoonist were on the evening lyceum programs. Books, which are keys to much of what man may learn, are provided in sufficient abundance in a competent school library and a small branch library in Room 16. Fine Arls Q Bl RNADFNF KENISON Iuglnlz Arusnc Readmg, Om ACI Plays Opereua 1JlZll0j,UC RAI PH NICHOLS Slunfn Dflmln Tgnms C nanlm luunpun MARY CRUIKSPIANK flmfru an Ilh rulun Pulwlnmtmns Snlmul History lum Adusnr PI TA 'ANSI N lnglnh One an Plan RL IH Goomuc H llnml u Iuglnll Dllmvlllnlll DOIIOTIII HORICJN lux All S auf Om 1 I l J s c,l'll.,Il13l Oratnrx WII MA HASTIF Ann Yltzlll rllgllfb 7111 mlm: Curl Ruurus Advxsnr E 'I RFTT CORTIIIQHT IllQlllh 1111111111 All SC.l10Cll jumur Collggv. Sgmor Plays School Produutmn BI ATRICF STROM HCIIKIJ Buumu Training unrnalnm Assistant Publnunrmns Aduur NORh1AIN COOPER Biology lIl!Cl'ITICdl3IL HI X Teanlurs hdurauon Prundnnt NIARIAIN NIAAG All Cmlf Coach RAI PH BASTIAN Im :ul Sznmr HIp.,lI Sglmul Baskbgtball C muh Assnstant Inna C o.Iv.lI H1 lmmtball H IINN BIOXON1 um lining Igrnumnl Annu lm lhCur.IlIuIIs fur All sn In Jlnus KAIIIIIuxI NlAUllll .nl of S414 In D pn n xlx C IIXPN1 N Vllll II6 I" 3 i'11.,.p---1, '-.U lly, Wi L ' l CI' " A' .' . ' pf ,M 'l,'y. ,. " ' ' -all-Il. " " A-.I " -Q III' U' 'I' I' I'ln 'ut El 'I' 3 1 . AH Cfw Ilvj TSTA Luuxs Iulm Sludpnz Counul Asnsrant Rduslr Am 1 :xr SHARON! IIIQIIXIJ Iuhn Nlodut X1JldLl'IS Club Adus r I',u,1Ix1 Loxm fl IOW 1 :Jw 14 1 Tennis Cuadm Vlmn Boxxx: II lulm unmr K lass Adwmr Lmum LONK 1 I 1 1 oxx lnmfx Sans Scrum Adxmr ORPIIA CHI Nl Y Amrmun llnlury lmlmlrml I 1115! 1 Q 13 umor C lass Advmr INGPBORG HICH1 AND Armruan Wurlfl Hnfnry inmur C lasc Adxmr Mmm L WRIGHT Am n nf Mn n zu Wm :ln Illllllfx Tutbuok Lhzurmnn MARCARL T O K1 1 CII u v Snmur Llns Ilmd Adusnr U71 MABFI SNQIYI Nuos Hun Lufuuq C umnnnml Inu Hugh Sglmul 'Xunlty Augounts llll1lHl"cUl11l'11Ll'LlJl C lub Mlus r VWIAN PLTI RSON Sborlbuml lmlnxlrml C lugm vlry XX umm., Club Advxsur Hnkmg Amlusur IoN1- HFIGASON Tx :mg Hnkmg., Adxmr I-RTD N Coomu Illllllllllll Hnlorx Vmn prxmxpal Hlnd of Physlul l dugnuon lkpartnunt Hull Allxlnug C muah I I om NCI NORIJh11XN Jym ul Illmulmu Hgad ni Cnrls Athluus l fc sauna, Suxmmmg Bnskutball Cmnuh WALTER Wrlss Plnm ul l'J1uul1ur1 Assnstant Foosball Basketball Trunk Laugh Vi . .' 15I.QI',,l'V"1H'l. A 4 ' I 'WI ' l . 5, I i .I ' 3 ' " fl 4' .' T -I'-'I,l 1-I ' T , 5 ' 121-li 5,4q.7n.f!!-'V7,' WHEN the faculty roll is called, ten answer in the English Depart- ment, five in History, five in Languages, three in Commercial, six in Science, six in Mathematics, two in Home Economics, five in Manual Arts, three in Physical Education, and two in Music. With Prin- cipal Carl T. Feelhaverg Miss Catherine Cruikshank, Librarian, and Mrs. Clara Dean, supervisor of the large underclass study hall, the total is fifty. Each department is progressive, making JANE CROW Iluwi' Eflllllllllilii, Home Economics Club, Senior Adviser, Permanent Adviser for School Dance Refreshments, Operetta Costume Sewing W. M. PHARIES llruil nf Manual Arli I,t'IhlffIlIl'll,, Vnmliumzl W'omlu'nrfc, Camera Club Adviser Nt-.VA Home llmm' Ift'mlomiz'.i, Senior Class Adviser Home Economics Club Adviser LAWSON Hockm' Aulo A'll't'lYL1l1it'X, Grrlrrul Shoji, W'nmfu ark, Craft Club Adviser, Reserve Football Coach, Athletic Equipment Manager LYMAN GREEN Prinling, Swimming Coach, Freshman Football Coach J. A. MCKINSTRY Illllffilltll, cifllfflll St'il'lH'l', junior College Basketball, Track, High School Line Coach changes in its textbooks and methods ac- cording to the necessity of the times. Certain department heads serve to keep in touch with new movements in their par- ticular fields and to pass them on to their teachers. Miss Ruth Goodrich, heading the Eng- lish Department, has continued this year the burden of analyzing the courses of the entire four years, adding the necessary, and eliminating materials having no direct bearing on life situations. She has insti- Drmleslia' Arls Manual Arlx ll8l ELIZABETH Fm' Algvbra, Grunwlry, Hiking Adviser MARY MCCLUSKEY Algvbra, Gz'mm'lr3, Suphomurc Baseball Coach NONA Moss Gl'!l!lll'lVj', Volleyball, junior Class Adviser ETHEL SHANNON Head of Matbvmalirx Dvfmrlrrzmzt LARUE GUERNSEY Algebra, Grnrrul Sz'ir'ru'r DORA HOLMAN Algebra, Gt'lJ?!1!'1Vj', Student Council Adviser, School Publicity VERA BYERHOI-'If Cno picturej Biuloxik English tuted a minimum essentials program that has checked students in oral work in par- ticular. A new sophomore text followed the freshman book of last year. American Literature became a full year course. Other departments have less necessity of making drastic changes, though they are headed by efficient people who have the student's welfare at heart. Dean Alfred C. Nielson oversees the History Department, Madame Carrie M. Longfel- low, the Modern Languageg Miss Mary I ,Pax-!'g I Boxwell, the Ancient Language, Miss Ethel Shannon, the Mathematics, Miss Jane Crow, the Home Economics, Miss Katherine Mauthe, the Scienceg Mr. W. M. Phares, the Manual Artsg Mr. Fred N. Cooper, the Physical Education. Miss Mabel Snoeyenbos, head of the Commercial Department, gives a great deal of service to the school in keeping books, receiving school money, and writ- ing out checks for school debts contracted by the various individual organizations. 14141-4 Malin' matics Science U91 SfIlllPlIl lfmmril liat-k Row Richard VVillits, John Larson. Arthur lvlof-lltvr. Thomas Hill, Morris Haskell, Willis Rim-li. Pat ll Htlitrt VV'ilk r 'Vl rl IJ' l'riut'i 'il Curl 'l' l"t lh'iv-r 9 - nl R xx' Mi" lb r-i H lm-u Mi' ulacy, I 1 4 0 . A 1' 0 .Mlm yi. . . -v . 1 . .mn 1 0 as 11. in .A , ss Vi-sta Likins. Doi-ntliy llailvy, Jian Wast-m, lsa lit-llv Hurst, .Iohu Rhoilt-s, Sam Arkoff, I1-viirlit Mau-. Rolu-rt liuliy, Rolu-rt Wasi-ni, lit-tty liuruuuist, l,m-noi'i- Go:-mally, Dorothy Wurtz-r. Dorothy l'ortt-r, Hi-lt-u Ki-hm l"i'ou1 Row Marirari-t Ann Smith, Ruth Horn, 'I'hn-lia liot-k, Vi-ra l'ruizst-. llouna Hariuiz, th-raliliuv llayis. Maxim- Munson, Kathryn Strit-kt-r, Juauita Vliiha, l,ueillnf Stmyarl, Iii-xi-rly fliaippi-ll, liulli Day. PERHAPS newest and most spectacular of activities is the All-school Dance. Wlto is responsible for this frivol- ity and sweet music? For the startlingly efficient management of assemblies, halls, bulletin boards, ticket sales? Student Council. This body, solving many cur- ricular and extra-curricular problems, met at least once every six weeks with Principal C. T. Feelhaver, Miss Dora Hol- man, and Miss Vesta Likens. John Rhodes, President, Robert Stew- art, Vice-president, Thomas Hill, Secre- tary-treasurer. Standing Committees: Finance, Dorothy Noll, Pat Dorsey, NX7illis Rich, Ruth Porter, Trophy Case, Donald Madole, Morris Haskell, Jean NVasem, Le- nore Gormally, Ushering, Robert XVasem, A 13149 A V wif ZW llitlnr' Thelia Bock, Donald Madole, Lockers, Isa Belle Hurst, Dorothy Wurtzer, John Lar- son, Robert Mitchell, Halls, Robert Stew- art, Donna Haring, William Wfhinnery, Frances Ahrens, Bulletin Boards, Beverly Chappell, Richard XVillits, Dwight Mace, Assembly, Roberta Gustlin, Lucille Stew- art, Samuel Arkoff, Parking, Robert Ruby, Emerson Hovey, Merle Davis, Thomas Hill, Robert Stewart, Lights, Caroline Stahl, Helen Kehm, Kathryn Stricker, Dance, Thomas Hill, Betty Burnquist, Juanita Chiha, Publicity, Arthur Moeller, Robert XValker, Vera Crouse, Assembly Inspectors, Geraldine Davis, Dorothy Dailey, Margaret Ann Smith, Maxine Munson, Frances Ahrens, Ruth Day, Donna Haring, Thelia Bock, Kathryn Stricker. Vi . I .mg mlgr' lltll S Class of 1 935 B tVSh 'Vl yJ h thyN THE SENIOR CLASS was for tunate 1n havnng Isa Belle Hurst as presn dent Durnng her four years ln hlgh school she has been promlnent 1n all types of act1v1t1es athletlcs speech work music and clubs She served as Latln Club Censor 1n her junlor and senlor years Classmates recall that she IS an unusually good leader for graduatmg classes as she was president of her 8A class at unlor Hxgh Robert Whalen Vlce presldent has also been Club and H1 Y treasurer of Readers Club on the Llttle Dodger staff for two years and partlclpated ln athletlcs The secretary Mary ane M1tche1l was 1n Latln Engllsh and Readers Clubs and on the Dodger staff Dorothy Noll treas urer has held many Off1CCS s1nce her fresh man year She was on Athlet1c Councnl Forenslc League Student Councll for two years 1n Travel Club and was a member of the Dodger staff Roberta Gusthn and Thomas H111 wlth equal llsts of honors represented the class 1n Student Councll Many commlttees have acted durnng the year Among these are the rlng com mittee Ruth Heggen chalrman Ioretta Corey Barbara Rlce Wallace Arendt Frank Barry 1nv1tat1on commlttee Mar jorle Lanphear chanrman Betty Burn qulst R1Ch3fd Cooper class day commlt tee Dorothy Noll chalrman Mary lane Mltchell B1ll1e Av1s Dessmger Robert Stewart Charles Maher cap and gown commlttee Vlfglnla W1ll18mS chalrman Mabel Anderson Karl Abel Gretchen tug chalrman XVyonne Gramstad Carl Tlerney Wllllam ones and Alberta Sell were on the motto color and flower commlttee For the Class dlnner several commxttees served program Charhne Chrnstensen chalrman Denms Fltzger ald Robert Reuben Betty Hazelwood decoratnons Helen Fecht chaurman Earl Foster Betty Lou Evans V1Fg1Hl2 Schulz Robert Hanson menu and seat 1ng Gladys johnson chalrman Ienore Gormally Morrxs Haskell fxnance Ruth Nelson chalrman Wllllam Peterson Maxme Schlve n 4 emnrmm MARVIN HANSON Class of 193 5 Born 1917 D1ed1934 Bu! ob' 411 14111111 111111121115 rm! Tha! mp! my lnuar sat zarly las rf elle Rober ' alen 1 ar ane Mite ell Doro oll .. f . . - . . .- . , , . , A I . . . , . , , . . 5 . . . . q A - . . . u- . , , . , . .. , . , - i . I , . S . - . . . . . G, , . , l . , . . . . , J . . . . , . . . . . , . , a Q ' . 9 Q 9 very active. He was a member of English Bertram, John Maricle. Georgeanne Sit- , . . , ,I 7 , . . . h g 3 U y ,. 1 ,I l 1 1 ' . , . , 1 . l : , . . , - , , . . - 1 I D ' 1 a 3 u . . , . , , . 1 . , . , y . . . a I D 9 3 ' 0 I , , . 7 1 . , . . , , . g . , - . -. I l , . . , . . , 21 Q-HH Y , ff' lf' ' gf ,A 1 KARL W. ABEL "SmaI:" KENNETH QI. B.x1.11s Major Siurlies Science, Entllish. Maths-matics. Football 2: Tumblin ' I! Cluh 3, Debate 3: Baskvllvall Tennis 4. Hobby' f'Tennis. 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N Hlklnx. 4 Clr RL'-ern-. 54 Hmmm Ifumnnuus Club Hobby .RldCIlhL II 1 HARRIII R BOYD Hulfn Major Studus Commmrual Sludu H tmx In1.l h Craft Club 3 Clem Club 7 I Hobby DBHCIDL 011 I I Illf I 1 111 LETHA R BROOKS It Major Studies HlblllTX I'l'lLIlNh Cummer11.fxlSIl11lu2 Hlklmz 4 Speakers Klub 2 WTIILTN Klub 5 Craft Lluh -I Girl Rosyrus 4 Dulam 1 Glu Llulx 7 Hobby Dramdtxcs S 1 falk SIM llhll 1 Erllh Mm BRADT Magor Studles Fnpln h Hlblury Idnyudgu Glr Reserus 12.54 Flu Klub 5 Hobby Rmadlm. s :II 1 1 u NORMA E BROLKII Y P11 111 MaJ0r Studles FHLIISh Hlwtury Cunmmaruxl Qtxulle-. aslutball 23 Gulf 4 Girl lic'-mrxu I Ixtth Dudur Hobby Athletics S1 IINIIIIIIIX II 1111 Il PHYLLIS M Bkoxxx I 13 Magur Studles Swann Hlstury Jackson Mlnnuot.-1 1 7 S GITI Rumrxu 4 Flu I lub I Mlxui Hobby Mubu Olllfblllg III IILI luv! I I nu ' 4 Doms J BUTTS MaJor Studlcs I' FILII h Iangu 11.1 skmtbdll 25 Colf 4 IITI Rasnrxul ur ux VM mx mx. 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AUTOGRAPHS MMT ll Class 0,09 cers Back R w Maxine Galer Rleharcl Qtzrnltzke DILR n lirunn nkant Luullt Stewart Set nd R xx Gretch n Metter Ruhard Sehnurr Charles Matin Betty Maru Garllck I- nt R w h l 1 rn James Dun an Ro s Tierney Marlan Anderson TWELVE students, chosen by their own classmates ln electxons ln Sep tember, served the underclassmen as thenr offlcers th1s year Nomlnatlons were gnven to the class advlsers and each class met separately to cast IIS ballots Anx1ous students crowded to the bulletm boards the next mornnng to see the results and were happy to fmd that for 1934 35 thelr groups would be headed by the followmg people Jumors presndent, Maxme Galer, v1ce presndent, Lucllle Stewart, secretary Dlckson Brunnenkant, treasurer, Richard Stermtzke, student councxl, Frances Ahrens and Dwlght Mace The unlor class had an unusual sxtua tnon to cope Wlth The presldent of thas class who was elected ln the fall of the year, Jack Dav1s, was able to graduate nn the class of 1935 For thxs reason a new class presldent had to be elected Another electlon was held ln the early sprmg at whnch time the present presndent was chosen No general class meetmg was held but the class voted before school hours 1n the mornmg and noon 1n the Us rooms of the class advlsers The class was fortunate 1n havmg offlcers who have served thexr class 1n prevlous years In hns freshman year Dw1ght Mace served as v1ce presldent and ack Davls served as secretary For the sophomore year Lucxlle Stewart was secretary and D1ckson Brun nenkant was the student councll repre sentatlve The class advlsers were Orpha Cheney, Mary Boxwell, and Nona Moss The Sophomore class has as nts offlcers presndent, R1chard Schnurr, v1ce pres: dent, Charles Mattlce, secretary, Betty Garllck, treasurer, Gretchen Metter, student councxl, Robert Walker and Ruth Porter Rnchard Schnurr was v1ce pres: dent m hls freshman year Class advisers were Mary McCluskey and Mrs Dean The Freshman class offxcers were presl dent, James Duncan, vxce presndent, Ross T1erney secretary, Marlan Anderson, treasurer, Cheryl Fltzgerald Wnlllam W hlnnery and eanne Wasem served as student councll representat1ves The class advlsers were Lyman Green and Mrs Clara B Dean the latter permanent I C l l , Y , , , l 0 ' ' , ' ' -. 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I it 0 Back Row Robert Bonnell Max Burd Jack Dans Fred Daudson Robert Coffman Anthony Cacmppo Kenneth Bastian Dickson Brunnenkant ltter Alger Ktnt Damon Charles Bickford Lloyd Cochran Fourth Row Betty Ahrtns Kathryn Cooley Vera Crouse Dale Frantz Merlin Algoe James Ackerman Frnest Andersen Ruth liutntr Shlrlty Balrtv William lxlS3CCl'll Third Row Gtorte Brehm Gayle Bell Robert Clark Melwin Dtneklau Merton Culur Alex Black Francis Fehelberger Flleen Carroll Alxerna Burke Naomi Brown l-thelD1tkerson Second Rom Rose lhroctl Marian llrattmllltr lovxah Boaz Crate liutuer Lois Dittmar Thelia liotk Delore Cukl r Alta Atkley June Fsstry Virginia Burgess Phylli Lutshall Front Row Vnlan Christy Helen litrtram Iillu Dangelousky Farllnt Dun-.moor Fxelyn Clexe Class of 1936 Ft d Anderson JUNIOR CLASS Back Rovx Merle Johnson Charles Hamilton James Fowler Carol Holm Lyle Dally Robert Hall Mickey Castagnoli Donald Eatinger Anxer Habhab Ornlle Hager Fifth Rows Marlon Heath Howard Green William Hesser James Hueb-eh Donald Johnston Hovxard Johnson Herbert Josephson Marlin Hottman Robert Hlnrzehs Roger Hanes Fdvx ard Johnsor Fourth Row Adam Fritz James Blatkledge Merle Hovs ard Walter Eddy Willard Fame Fugene Hood Erika Helgren Robert Johnston Norman Jones Roger Grant Martin Johnson Third Ron Lilly Johnson Ruby Garrett Wilma Johnston Dorothy Halxerson Eleanor Gleason Majel Fclterman Geor5.e Htndrieks Virginia Flanlgan Francis Hanson William Hartman Sobel Ruth Horn Doris Johnson Jean Fovxler Georfzlne Gosnell Donna Harmg Ferol Fellman Margaret Hardie Exelyn Freed Frames Halpern Agnes Hoeflxn Maxine Galer Mary l'nru.ht Bessie Gxocomarra Olga Fame I-reda Jensen Hershuu Second Ron Charlotte Kullld Merle Harris Frances Henderson Vnlan Hilton Ruby Hauser Mary Higgins Front Rcm Hale Frances Hooper Ruth Class of 1 936 l46l 7 I ' , v '-7. 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Class of 1 936 Back Row Glen Kruae Ralph Plngel Robert Phmps Lloyd Kaufman Dwn.ht Mace Cl1'ford Nielsen J uk Iontluw l'red Muhl Plfth Row Kenneth Ill'lll8T Simon Olwon Paul Kersten Thomas McCollum Hllll Peterson Sam Lunn Lawrence Peter-son f'eorL,e Madison Bernard Ioth Wxllmm New-.um Jamk Mxllar Fourth Row Dolores Llttaen Veva Iohr Helen McTn,ue Ruhard New-.ome Ralph Merrls laul Ihupel Elbert Iyon'-x Flwood O Brlon Ivan Ia'-ska Plleen Newuomer Helen Ottoson Third Row Mlry l ture nt Dorotha lute-hard Pearl Kolb Joyce Mayehn M1ldrsd Nnholls M1ldrui Knut'-lon Ruth Martln Ima Iyde r-. Helen Martln Fvelyn Lundy Lorralnn Marque'-un Ruth Iurle Stmrrel Kallln Second Row Vloll Nelson I0lll"lE Kennedy Mildred Mathey Violet Nelwon Plleen Nolan Jane Newby Iettle Rus ell He-len Kolamlx Katherine Lar'-lon Nma Merlcle Doris Msyu Thelma Pon-,ness Helen Knut-.on J.-me MeMxnu 1 Kehm Fenevlexe Blmera Helen Olsen fffllllfll Ilnn fhlrlu M1Mxhon lordon Nelxon Robert Nhtmhell Frdnus Mal Ady JUNIOR CLASS Back Row Arthur Ross Herbert Smith Rlchard Wehqter Delbert Steiner Alfred Wxren Robe rt Wasem Wllmer Thelss Kenneth Vohs Frederlck Wrlght Loremo Sexzreto Fifth Row Leland Rec-ek Rnhard Wretman Armund Wxtham Wllllam Thewen Robert Strlcker Leonard Varallo Howard Smith Richard Sternltzke Roy Rosendahl Fourth Row Veronlca Rusaell Carolyn Tlnkham Lucllle Van Seoy KTISIIII Sandberg Lorrame Walton lfdward Pfaff Frank Zeka Paul Stark Donald Wood Floyd Zeka Rosemary Thompson Thlrd Row Agnes Vmnece Marrame Tay,ue Betty Mae Scott Mllly Sekeraa Vxolet Skoland Harriett Walters Ruth Stahl Eileen Swan Mary Shlrk Rlchard wlllllS Second Row Irma Webb Verdi Wagner Agnes Stanek Vera Schaeffer Earlyne Shugart Vxvlan Tomlmson Vlrglnla Str1m.e-r Ctraldlne Seevere Ruth Woollnzton Evelyn Sweeney Betty Trauerman I-ront Row Florence Wllllamq Cenex: Sandell Margaret Strom Olga Sestmc Evonne Sullnan Betty Ann Summy Rhea Tyrell Helen Rebareak Betty Rlley Vlrglma Woodruff Josephine Trusty Mary Smnott l47l Clasa of 1 9 26 D ' ' I " , ' ' ,- 4 , - , . . ' ' . V V - 7 ' . A . A . - v - . H . 5 , , L ' , 1. ' . A v ' ' . VA- ' ' - ' . D ' A. ' . . . 1 , . . 7 ', , '. . , l. ,v . A 'S' m. ,,,' I , ., I ' ' , , . ' , I' ' '- I , ' 1 .' . ' : .z - , . . . - . - . . 1 - 4 . , Vlvlan Kalahar, Evelyn Kalahar, Lorraine Kee-Lean, Evelyn Kulild. Mary Evelyn Kearns, Front Row- ' ' . , . S - - J X - .' , ' - ' : s, Lu -in ' . . v . 1 y ' 4 ' ' 1 .1 . . ' , 4 V ' . , , u - v - v 1 4 , f 1 - 4 . 1 . , 1 . L . " v I . . - - ' v ' . ' 5 V ' . ' . . . ' f I ' 7 X . ' . i Y . l . - - I . 1 . q ' . ' '. 1 r ' " 'Q 1 I v ' ll , . . 4 ' . , - ' , , . . . - -' ' S ' EV' v 7 1 u H v v , , . . I . U- . Y ' W . - D 1 n I 1 v v y v I ' v . . . - Q link Rom Wmllmm tadvull Hlrold lortmv Duam Crouse Dennls Berry Karl Balm John Brand Vntor lhnson liussmll Andmr-on William ll-.hcl qlxth Row Mmlvln Allan Waltu' Chapman Lowell Byerhofl' lluuy I-dvsard-4 lohn liruox in li rt 1 uno: William I-rndrich Kmnneth Barnes Lel'ern Belthlus Pifth on M rul In ul hy is Ijnl l lllllhl lirchm Loila Bo n lwtn-.on Rolnrl Bill l'lmnr lfgpn Rolnlt lhast Harold l'lshel m sry than Rose lhlfmr Dorothy lhnlq Andrq Barncs Lucille liurkr Adtlllll Lxrlson Iuullm Iiehrnns Jmssn l'ssn. Ann Iorene lull Mnldrtd Dunluy lintty Ilutltr Q xthtrnn Callahan louise I-ox Darline Bartlett Iuclllc Anderaon Idmth Arkofl' Haul lford Cntehtn lhttnur Delores A-.penson Paul Iiestlck Mauorle Anderson Second Rom Iuullm fa my Margaret lirnnjms I"ll1tI'l luxold Beverly Plsberry Alice Dlllman Helen Allzer Delores Donald Cottrell Cleo Bergren Samuml I-ourth Row Ramona Frampton Rose Bell Rose Lhlpka Adellnt Darby I'thel Christian-:on Third Row Maxine Camp -on btmlla lord Hmlmn I'rost Iront Row Don ild llollard Tony Chardollus George Burd Carl Anderson I este r Brac km n Ross Hurd flI'Vlllt Il u idson John l' Tlfl H irry C hellherg Robe rt I halgrm n Cl: n Ava rlll n I x s o Q SOPHOMORE CLASS Class of 1937 lhclt Row lkrnird Hensley C eil Hughes Kermit Hartman Marvin Kramme Richard Heman Jack Jensen Pay Johnson Carlton Holmes Charles Klmger Phillip Heller William Howard Warren Horner Iifth Ron Howard Hilton Clarence Hyde Nels Isaacson Lawrence Gilbert Lumire Kozel Willis Kuhn Harold Knapp Arnold Hansrn Russell Johnson Jack Henderson Emerson Hovey Virginia Howxck Fourth Row Mary Hansen Fdna Jensen Helen Johnson Delores Haglund Pearl Johnson Elna Johnson Betty Hay Bernard GllS!Llbb8I'P! William Johnston Robert Honey Edward Glazer Donald Hauser Florence Joslin lhird Row Olne Hart Helen Hauze Helen Kehm Hazel Jordlson Faunelli Jones Betty Huebsch Lon stance Kramme Jane Isaacson Imogene Kincaid Jeanne Koenig Muriel Kelly Mildred Johnson Jane Gough B1 tty Jamts Second Rom Athena Hadns Florence Krelmar Helen Gibson Helen Isaacson Dorothy Hinds I llllan Heidlck Mary Hedded Ruth Hilton Ermme Houge Jane Kearns Loretta Gutierrez Dorothy Keeler Helen Hurst Annie Katzman l-ront Row Ruth Hoelter Charlotte Ann Gllday Betty Garhck Luetta Hender son I-rances Kopmsh Iris Gribble Jerry Garret Dale Johnson Rudolph Hansen Fred Heldick James formally Roland Heller Marvin Greenlee William Hoop Joseph Glocomarra flaes of 1937 Www 48 .VI I Y" H' A 'N41 ' l 'iz . . ,., . ' I ' , 1' . V t. ' li ' Il '- ' l'-'t, l' 'III' z ': ' - - , ' ' h , , . ' ' .ij , ju., .- ' . ' ' ' .. . I ' I . I , . . , ': . ' , ': ' l ' ' ' ' 1 ' I A y . I .' 1 . , .V j, ' ' ' , , , D Urinnipzan, Mildred Anderson. M:-ry Cunningham, Charlotte Cole, Ruth Day, Pauline Bilstad, Evean Christen- Joh 'zu-Iso: , t'h:lrlu-.A linrnhill, Jznrk Hroznlst n -. I 1 K ln.: I u I ' , J 1 1 V I . 9 , I , 4. l .hz v 1 ' Byv l 9 , i ' ' I' I I L u . f I I . I I 1 I . r . - . I '- . . Y A A , , , . I , . l .I 5 . lx. AQ A I Class of I 937 N ali liaek Row Oral MeLullouLh Robe rt Nelson barxln Iar on Rlehard Olson Floyd Nelson Stuart leterson Larl Larson Harold Ile ard leon Osmanson I loyd Oleson VIDLQUL Rowe Robert Leighton Slxth Row Iohn Moore Martln Iueas Wllford 1' terson Rob' rt McCall Rle hard MeMahon Joseph Koll Gerald Ros me Henry Mltllli Harlan l'l'aff Maynard Mory lflfth Row Ixla Phlpps laura Monroe Mauorxe Melntyre Helen Nolan Ceorua Pappas Vera Nel on Ada Merrlll Mildred Niemeyer Selma Niemeyer Isla l'ete1r-won lourth Row Clara Nyeaard Nancy Mcliane Merle Oppel Vlfielhlli Mlller Betty Murray Jane Maher Ruth Porter Albrook Me'Larty Ralph looler Werner Mufnster Thlrd Row Ruth Oleson Anlth Messerly Ianlce Newman Mary lfleanor Mlnkel Anna Knuelsen Arelell Peterson Clara Iuras Marne llleher lierthe Lurle Margery Lawse n Mllelred Lee Naoml Olsen Second Row Veon I amb Ellen Peterson Grace Peter son Delores Nat' Ann Ioulse Iarson Gr tchen Metter Betty Newsome Geneuewe Morgan Dorn-4 Larson Dorothy Mueller Fdlth Mayelm Luellle Nosv Nlrxes Naxarlo Mamle Martin Front Row Charles Mcbar thy Eugene McDermott Ieonard Ma enm Robert Mar h leo Peterson Charles Mattxce RlPhdTll Iarson wlllli Olson Roger Olson Robert Merryrran Rlchare' Illflxdllllt' Rleharel Phipps QOPHOMORE I IASS liaek Row Donald l'ehelbe r1..er Raymond Thom 1s I-ldo Stern1t7ke Richard Sehnurr Wllllam Wafful De'1n laylor Robert Rose James Sayre Joseph Wall James Rodenborn I-u1,.ene Strlnxzer Llxyton Stoner l-rancls wllifllhl Plfth Rovx LuVerne Stlee Prank Vratnx Phllllp Strom Robert Walker Joseph Thode Lyal Shlrk Ceoree Rlch Richard Schelelell Joe Trauerman Gale Stromberl. Robert Sledler Fourth Rovs Ray bcherff hlehard Roalen Robert Wllllts Wlllxs Iurh Ollxer Strand Robert Schaffner Richard Thompson Kenneth Rladall Arnold Slnellwnger I u.ene Tollefson Darr Varner Thlrd Row Ann Stump 'Vlary LOUISE Wasem Mildred Rogerb Allcc Weencr Vera Turner rern Wllllama Delores Rhodes Mabel Schultve Tre-isa Rlee Jeanette Tyrell Vlrgmla Yost Lorraine Stlckler Harriett Stanbra Second Row Pllhill' Renqmst Flllabeth Thomas Thelma Whltcome Beatrle Spotxold Harrlet Jean Smlth Mary Pwelyn Walters Betty Tomlmaon M1lferdRaSe'h Jane Wafful MaraJane Traeg Margaret Tierney Ioulse Whlte Donna Bell Van Useloll Ce-neuexe Splrek Front Ron 1-leanmr Slmp on Juanxta Zuck Iuella Spreeher Neoma Stevens Sara Rowell Margaret Wood Frances Rablner Pern Steburg LaVaugn Ray Dorothy Thompson Marle Shelton Gladys Sayre Carolme Wlllmms l49l Claes of 1 937 U K. x . X ' l .. , . , ' , -. 1 . 1. S , , b. ' 5. ' ,, , , '. . . :'. , . . ,. ' ,, A - ' , , , . . , , . , , . - I .v U A -- ,. . , Y . . 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' ' l V 1 1 1 9 v ' 1 i Q .v ' . - l 1 I .M 'J Baek Row Vernon Andersm Woodrow Butrlek James Dunn Floyd Dodd John Braely Charles Dan Norman Braelforel Frank Chrlstlan laul F Bureh Melun Cook louls Charon Carlle Ae her Clen Bowers Marguerite Caeloppo Verne Blame Fifth Rove llara Charon Sena Bxroeel Farla Babbltt llllllnl ll k eraon Glaelys Hansen Florenee Baneher Ruth Blew Allee De neklaz Helen Carroll Fenth Boek Doris Blunt Anna Cornell Fourth Row Wllbert Babeoek Donald Bonnell Robert Deneker Clifford Abrams Thom: Belsser Marvln Christiansen Fllzabeth Claus Helen Burke Fthel Dayxs Manue-lla Armstrong, Betty Cox Betty Bowen Raehel Davxs Thlrd Rove Ie-onard DeV1lb1ss Flton Bailey Douglas Alyeoe Merxm Bovx man Jane Doud Maxine Baker Fdwarel Aekerson Clarenee Carlson Verne Amo Henry Ash Maryln Andrews Robert Durlan Arthur Brooks VITLIHXB Balm Qeeond Row Ruby Copplek Raynette Balm Florenee Ander son Robert. Ashford Robert Allen OllNQ Cran. Fllen tlouel Norma Anderson Marian Anderon Delorls Davis Katherine Coffey Grace Crosby Myrtle Dlngman Mary Bxsaeehl Rlehard Ahrens Front Rove Wll ham Cunnlngham Hubert Dobmeler Maryln D neklau Fdward Kraft Norman Clausen Norman Carroll Donald Bee her George Antollk Rlrharel Clark l ranels Broekmxn Albe rt Cook Cllnton Case Robe rt B ernes Walter Anderson Willard Balm FREQHMAN CLASS Class of I 9 38 Class of I 938 Baek Rovy Donald Hendricks Rllhlrll Bennett Stuart Kutz Kenneth Hansen Donald Fyans Funlce Betters Verla Anderson Helen Hu he Sixth Roxy Annabelle Kahler Isabel Kruse Rlehard Colden Sherwood Johnson Earl Jorellson Wesley Flston Ross Tierney Rlehard Brown Delbert Knaek Joseph lxoll Otls Butrlck Alllson Hull Fifth Row laul Hannon Max Essery Dayld Hlll Iaul Henderson Robert Johnson Jack Jones M110 Klme Wllllam Chappell Robert Cummmfzs Vernon Hart Richard Gadd Mavelne Burrell G V It E es Kenneth kelly Nlaxlnus Fourth Rove Eyelyn Gustafson Bernlee Fatxm. r Marl eneo toe Len Knudsen Donald Jensen Donald Johnson Iouls Hadyls Richard Ldlson Clarenee Hllton Farl Johnson Davxd Horn Thlrd Row Carolyn Cllday Bernlee Gllbert Lyona Hasty Jean Brown Vera Kruse Mary Habhab Dorothy Fleetwood Claudu Hall HaLel Hllton Kathryn Jo ephson Mary Johnston Rlihdfll A Johnson Wayne Harrls Donald Hunefeld harlan Jorgensen Seeond Roxy Cheryl Fitzgerald Annalee Hampshlre Gladys Goodrlch Ann Fowler Dorothy Frahm Betty Garloek Ihyllls Fddy Delorls Fruson Adel Hamllton LaVerne Jeffers Maxine Jaekowell Betty Johnson Delores Foeh Doris Johnson Shlrley Halliday Davxn Ftter Front Row Kenneth Kalahar Charles Anderson lfaul Jones Orulle lauderbaele George Fellows Allelgh Kullbery. Harry Hughes Leonard Gough Lovsell Fexold Ruth Irlsh Maxlne Heyer hoff Ruth Kurt? Ione Knutson Mary Kennedy Vlolet Jensen Marlys Glllesple lffll f x' KN as Q Fx Y X ,C 1 . JJ . V era' 1.r,' n 1'1- . ,, f , xv" fl l JJ' 5 lv KJ . . . w ' -Q Ji' , - i HI' H V ' .4 ' Y ' ..' 'J ,.. . Y ', l .., v A. : 'w ,14v.. -,i ",,l'- fi, ' , -1- ' -, ' h ,e"' 4' 'Nl , 1 le'- ,. ,T .. i. . Y' x - I., '.. i' ... I' ',f , sv- e . -'b' -' ' ' " 'z ', '- ' . as Q , . I Y, Y .3.v.'h, . 43 vw. 5-'.,P 'B-"jp," 1 M7 l l Class of 1938 Ut Baek Row James 0 Halxoran Lnrl Lelss Gaylard Ostrum Charles lesslea Marun Ubermlller Joseph Me rlLUl Delbert Porter Felvsard lexus laul Men fee Robert Otto Dean McAnally Agnes Olson fene neue Paap Flfth Row John I terson Flleen llfllell K lth leterson Blanehe llnL,el Donald Meyer Jame leterson Walter Meflll BJorn Usvealt Fmmett Nluneyer Gordon Ienl Iola Iarke-r John Moe Fourth Row Maxlne leterson Morrls Moore Marjrrle Ialol Franees Carr Flllabeth M Fvwen Iuellle Iuth Marguerite Nelson George Ann Neudeek Vll"L.lUld Martln Anne Maxwell Marjorie Mueller Craee Mussel man Bernlee Lmelqulst Katherine Morum Russell Iott Thlrd Rom Fuleaela Mutersnavs Cleo Parmely lrls late Ronald Newell Illllan Mllllts Vilma Moe neh Iola Naramore K leo Prlde Genexa Newman Char lotte Lltehtenberx, Florenee MaeKens1e Ruth Met ulre Florence Meluekle Wllllam Oppold Marvin Pease Second Row Robert Lloyd Robert Laelnr John I :ska Stanley Imx.el Warren Phllllps Iowell Ionsnes Dean Phllllps Lyle lorter laul Maeek Harold I roeschold laul Ilnn Wllllam Nowlln Vlrglnla Nordee n Daud Iellean lront Ron Larrle Olson Clady Mess rl5 Marg eret lrltehard Mary Obonnell Dolore llngel Halel McFarland Fthel Payne Arehle Nel on C elxm No th Rohe rt Oleson Iames lnleher Mn 1. xret Peterson Fxelyn Iexu Kathvleen Nohens FRESHMAN CLAS? Back Row Enerett Quaele Ebthl Russell James Rhodes Glenn Rohrer Charles Wheeler Kenneth Sorenson Walter Wright John Sleoland Melxln Shel e-r Don Tepfer Flfth Rows Delores, Sen el Fdulna W erren Irene Uphoff Margaret Ann Smlth Helene Hellman Mary Suer Fwelyn WllS4JH Helen Welss Elaine Treloar luhn Yateb Robert SChllQt7l r Fourth Row MdTl0Fll Trauerman Je n YounLstrom Jean Rutledge Dorl Stanek Mlehelle Sherman Madlyn Trost Betty Shu art Ion Wllllams Mary Frances Wells Jeanne Wasem Arlene Taft' Mary VITLIYIIB Rhodes, Arthur T m1 el Rlehard She-leer Diana Stan lx Third Rem leanette Wllklson Barbara Southall Marabelle Su n Betty White Jean Wlndschan7 Jear Totman Dorothy Shower Dorothy Vlbbard Marie Stagman Celia Smith Fllen Wegman Mlldred Rules Betty Ann Ramler Seeond Row George Rebarcak Rlcharel Rhode-s Harlan Wxlllamson Norma Von Stem Vlrglnla Taylor L rnstanee Sehne Carrle Sehaeffer Beasle St John Leone Whxpple Jean Roper Fwelyn Spreeher Fdna Zemlee Mavnr Woodruff Helen Woolaxer Fre nt Rem I-ledrlele Stufllele Charles Speneer I-arl Roper Mllee Ullekl lalth Sell Ruth Summy George Webb Augu 1. 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I AUTOGRAPHS 8.4 1 ,, 'f Ka 1' Q ,f I ff ty L THE PLAY prepared by the Sel'11Ol'S fOr their C:OI'l'lI'l'1Cl'lCeI'I'lCf1t SCZISOII and l1ked by all who saw lt The walls of the scenery were 1nterest1ng 1n that they were l1terally covered w1th b1g game tro phles There was a sat1x1cal note present here too that one 1mmed1ately recog mzed 1n the CHFICHIUYCS of the var1ous an1mals Gun Shy IS a grand Satlfe on the father who 1ns1sts that h1s son be a ch1p off the old block Peter Drake as played by Sam Arkoff IS a ret1red explorer and b1g game hunter who st1ll ln es on h1s past glory 1n unglerla h1s country estate 1n Connectlcut H15 w1fe Zoe played by Roberta Gusthn who accompamed h1m on all h1s exped1t1ons shares h1s enthus1 asm and h1s exaltat1on of physlcal prowess Thelr only son un1or played by Fred Anderson IS a great d1sappo1ntment to h1s parents because he has no 1nterest 1n the explo1ts of h1s 1llustr1ous parents but only 1n h1s camera and h1s amb1t1on to explore the world of m1nute beauty A c1rcus comes to town and suddenly upon the even1ng Week end c1rcle of the Drakes bursts the l1on tamer Bonaparte Us fun Shy tW Wll t i played by Betty Lou Evans to report the escape of Hero her l1on 1n a very hungry days of Peter leap to the fore and he or ganlzes h1s guests a la Afr1can for the capture There IS Hlram Hall played by Wal lace Arendt young popular successor to Peter s mantle w1th hlS black boy B1rbal played by Robert Whalen Then there 1S Babs Walker played by Blllle AVIS Des smger a female athlete 1n love w1th Iumor but thoroughly d1sl1ked by hlm Lenny O Ne1ll played by Robert Stewart somewhat caddlsh youth woomg Babs and Fergus played by John Rhodes now chauffeur but a very good emergency man 1n the hunt1ng days jumor flatly refuses to go w1th the group to capture the l1on and all nn one evemng IS destmed to meet h1s Romance Cwho IS Ann played by Arlene Thomp sony He faces danger and proves to hxm self and to h1s parents that he IS not a coward How Junlor effects h1s capture and un w1tt1ngly exposes to r1d1cule the poses of the amb1t1ous b1g game hunter affords an exc1t1ng cl1max of hllaflty and suspense 66 I 99 Back Rowe Sam Arko , Rohvr half-n, a ace Arendt, John Rhodes, Rober Stewart. Front Row lillie Avis Dessimzer, But ou Evans, Roberta Gustlin, Arlene Thompson. 1 1 1 was "Gun Shy." It was very well recenved state of m1nd. Instantly the old hunt1ng a , - . . u , - , - . . . . , , , . . . - J 9 1 u 97 ' ' .' ' ' , - . . . U . . . . . 7 . H . . . . ' 7 , 7 V . . , - 2' 9 7 9 . - . . 7 . - - . 1 J , , , . , , , . , - . . . -' 1 J , , y i - I , - 9 3 " ' a J 1 ' I' vm ffl S Corlrzgbl DODC-ERS are real gormands when lt comes to plays they can practlce before breakfast at noon or at mght llsten nn fascmatlon 1n assemblles or at publlc performances and pursue thelr four dlrectors w1th requests for more Hngh school students attend1ng Booth Tarkmgton s play Seventeen proved good sports laughlng heartlly at the hu morous take offs on themselves Old r enjoyed lf too It IS comprehens1ve to say that each character hved h1s part As they are seen ln the top plcture of the opposnte page even darl1ng Flopp1t IS pnctured Rxchard Haugen Cleftl represents Mr Baxter Roberta Gustlm Mrs Baxter Wallace Arendt Mr Parcher Rlchard Brunnenkant George Cooper Dolores L1ttsen Lola Pratt Nels Isaacson Wfallle Banks ane McManus Mary Brooks Cseatedj Stanley Blomgren oe Bullltt Kathryn Cooley May Parcher Iohn Rhodes Wxlllam Sylvanus Baxter Maxmt Ulstad Ethel Boke Qby doorb Robert MR EVERETT S CORT RIGHT eats sleeps Qseldomj and llves drama Everythlng complnmentary can be sa1d about the results of hls long dlllgent hours of dlrectmg school plays and buxldmg scenery for the many pres entat1ons He IS co dxrector of the very popular Com mumty Plays Coffman Genesns fon stalrsj Tom Hlll Iohnnle Watson Marabelle Swan ane The f1rst two one act groups pnctured play ed the M1nuet Characters 1n Saturday Market are found on the left just below The last small plcture reprc sents the cast of B1rthday of the In fanta Not only were these groups con cerned w1th one act play assemblxes for freshmen and sophomores but they kept up a busy schedule for entertaxnmg organ lzatxons of all types about the Clty P1cture one Back Row Robert Bell Sarah Rowell Paul Burch Stuart Peter son Stewart Kutz Duane Crouse Front Row ane Gough Bllly Hoop Edward Glazxer Delbert Knack ean Young strom Helen Kehm Plcture two Duane Crouse Delbert Knack Stuart Peterson Robert Bell Jean Youngstrom Sarah Rowell Jane Gough Helen Kehm Plc ture three Back Row Helen Fecht Mar garet Brunjes Ann Lorene Chrlstlanson Evean Chrlstensen Front Row Ins Grlbble Mary Hedded Jane Wfafful 561 I , 7 3 i 1 5 . . . . . ll - ' 93 a S a 4 C , 9 , J - 9 9 K L ' . . . . . . I U . ,, . ' 1 ' QQ 7, l . If ' - ,Y ' 3 u as - ' Q 3 ' - . . , - - 13 ' . . people, perhaps recalling their own youth, . . . ' . . - . : 1 x , a 9 X ' fl ' ' ,, ' ' Y ' Y Y ' - TJ 9 s 5 a - Z 1 1 .l ' , . Q , . I , Q 9 9 1 a 3 a 1 v ' . Q ,I 9 l H s ' ' 9 J Q Z T ' ' I 7 . . . 9 Q . Q - 1 , Q , 1 . .. 3 g 7 1 I s s l Pearl Johnson, Dorothy Mueller, Jean W'indschanz. Picture four: Back Row- Betty Lou Evans, Carl Larson, Jeanette Tyrell, Betty Murray, Robert Chase. Front Row-Florence Anderson, Ray- nette Balm, Robert Dessinger. Harriett Stanbra, Glen Grazier. The bottom group is made up of people from all three one-act groups, Miss Berna- dene Kenison's, Miss Dorothy Horton's, and Miss Elta Jansen's. Back Row-Mary Hedded, Edith Arkoff, Ann Lorene Chris- tianson, Olive Craig, Margaret Brunjes, Mary Suer, Carlon Acher, Betty Murray, Virginia Miller, Harriett Stanbra, Ardell Peterson, Elna Johnson, Dorothy Mueller. Third Row-Katherine -Iosephson, Rose Belfer, Iilna Jensen, Sarah Rowell, ,lane XY'afful, Betty Hay, Jean XVindschanz, jean Youngstrom, Florence MacKenzie, Marguerite Nelsen, Jane Gough, Charlotte Lichtenberg. Second Row -Jeanette Tyrell, Adel Hamilton, Bernice Fatinger, Dorothy Hinds, Iris Gribble, Helen XY'ool- aver, Kathleen Nobens, Pearl Johnson, Florence Joselyn, Beverly Flsberry, Ruth Summy, Helen Kehm, Virginia Martin. Front Row - Nels Isaacson, Delbert Knack, Robert Bell, Robert Dessinger, Robert Ashford, Richard johnson, Carl Larson, Robert Marsh, Eldo Sternitzke, Robert Chase, Duane Crouse. Drum utics lf7l Ralph N11 hols S0 Ladles and Gentlemen you can now see that federal a1d to edu catlon IS deslrable' And It was on thxs questlon that Dodger debaters closed the most successful perlod they have ex er had The fxrst team took part 1n an extenslve season and holds an env1able record The major tournaments began 1n Ianu ary The fxrst one was an mvltatlon tournament at Fort Dodge January 12 1n whlch elght schools took part Fort Dodge placmg flrst Next came the Iuther Tournament at Decorah Iowa anuary 25 and 26 Dodger debaters made a clean sweep of th1s tournament comlng through Wlfh ten v1ctor1es and no defeats Next was the Vermnlllon Four State Tour nament February 15 16 and 17 spon sored by the Un1vers1ty of South Dakota Nme schools tled for f1rst Fort Dodge bemg the only Iowa school 1n the wmmng group In the DISCFICC Debate Tourna ment held here February 23 Dodgers agam took flrst thus quallfymg both teams to enter the State Tournament At the Drake Tournament held at Des Momes March 7 8 and 9 the debaters met the best materlal from all parts of thls RALPH NICHOLS debate coach has created an un precedented 1nterest m hls fleld by personal earnestness and ab1l1ry I-Ie has promoted 1ncreas1ng enthusxasm IH de bate, and has been responslble for m a k 1 n g Fort Dodge known as one of the most out standmg debate schools ln the state of Iowa state also from Ill1no1s Nebraska and South Dakota Fort Dodge took fxrst place wmnmg the beautlful McCah1ll trophy a permanent possesslon In the flnal round Dodgers defeated Roosevelt I-Ixgh of Des Momes later State Cham pnons At the State Tournament held at Iowa C1ty March 28 29 and 30 the Fort Dodge Afflrmatwe Team entered the sem1 flnal round In addxt on to the tournaments the de baters took part rn several D R A de bates and 1n a ser1es of P T A debates 1n nearby towns Altogether the debate squad thls year won seven scholarshxps to four dlfferent colleges The debaters at trnbute the1r success to the enthuslastlc work of the1r coach Ralph Nlchols A great deal of credlt must also be gn en to Ernest Ulm who served as asslstant coach John Rhodes tralned by Mlss Dorothy Horton placed f1rst ln orlgmal oratory mn the state contest after haxmg taken th1rd1n the four state tournament at Ver mnllnon HIS state x lctory gas e h1m a four 5 ear scholarshlp to the Unn erslty of Iowa Ruth Heggen won second 1n the state nn her entry 1n extemporaneous speakmg U31 , w 7 , - . H . . . J ' 9 s s a . . . ,, . . . . . . ' 9 , . . I . , - , . . ' ' 9 9 9 . . . . . .: - 1 I a s 1 n I D - , ,J , ... 3 s 0 - s 9 as ' 9 - . .7 . ' 1 a . . - . . .. Y - 9 3 7 , - - . . 1' r ' - X Y . .V . . 1 Q s Never in all their history were Virginia W'illiams, Samuel Z. "Hakoff,,' Ruth Heggen, and Dorothy XVurtzer so quiet. Note-Sam can't get warmed up with his coat on. Come, Ruth, you can't get proof from a funny paper. . . The first debate team embarking on a trip. Those sealed lips show they won't give tips away. The coach in the rear. . . Prof. Nichols be- hind a great deal of desk, one worthy of holding debate tomes. . . By all appear- ances fthe tired expressionsj the first team plus August Rieke have just returned from one of their jaunts around the coun- try. Note again-Sam practically bend- ing the fender off the poor Ford. Hey, Debate Sam, the spokes are wire. . . The debate class had a very large attendance this year. Back Row - XVilliam Peterson, Oscar Niedermann, Robert Reuben, Lawrence Averill, Ronald Olson, Coach Nichols, Samuel Arkoff, Don Cottrell, Farl Hend- ricks. Third Row-Alviro Castagnoli, Ruth Heggen, Edith Arkoff, Veya I.ohr, Robert Coffman. Second Row--Beatrice Spotvold, Marian McAnally, Ruth Porter, Virginia XVilliams, Dorothy NVurtzer, Fmerson Hovey, Dennis Fitzgerald, Aug- ust Ricke. Front Row-Robert Bell, Her- bert Lefler, Tom Kenworthy, Charles Mattice, Louis Hedges, ,lack Larson, Ted Anderson, Orlo Heggen, NVillard Hedges. L -U U91 Bralrlcr Slmm THE LITTLE DODGER the unifying voice of the school set the 1935 pace early this year with its intro ductory announcement six page edltlon given free to every student and teacher the first day of school Edited by a small staff from last year s journalism class the newspaper contained account after ac count of plans for a full school year First semester the Editor Beverly Chappell was assisted by Frances Ahrens who supery ised finance Thelia Bock who mg Betty Riley, who planned and ar ranged second page Moe Tierney and Bruce Hanson sports editors and Donald Strom and Norman Jones ad men Two new offices were created during the second semester those of Managing I'd1tor and Make up Editor Beverly Chappell was retained although the rest of the staff was green She was assisted by Rosemary Chase managing editor Loran Rhodes make up editor Maryorit Clay pool and Billie Avis Dessmger second page editors Charles Simmons sports editor and Harlan Pfaff and Jack Pon To Miss Beatrice Strom students owe much of the success of the Little Dodger She is a perfect manager She has introduced many clever and interesting ideas which have helped to make the paper what it 1S today Evervone looks forward to Thursday morning to read the news tius advertising solicitors Doris Butts took care of collections and Betty Seld ensticker of d1str1but1on The Little Dodger through its adver tisements has been partly self supporting Because of the aid given by the stamp plan the paper this year was able to spend more money and consequently could use more pictures The increased circulation because of the D R A necessitated a change m the system of distribution Since advisers had to vouch for students eligibility to papers they gaye them out After a short trial of issuing a paper at four the staff changed the time to eight thirty since the student on his way out gave it onlv a sketchy reading, or was too tired to climb to an upper floor to his ady iser s room at the end of the day At the beginning of the school year circulation was 1350 The Little Dodger is entirely a student project Students write the articles make up the paper and distribute it The prmt mg for the paper is done by the Walterick Printing Company Students get ont credit for work in this elective course fao , . , . . . . l . . . ,, . ,, . . 1 1, n , K - . x . I - , 0 - , . . . , - . . , - , , . . - - - , l K 7 3 , X . , . , Q 1 1 x 1 3 ' ' , fi ' g i , ' ' .' . . . . directed distribution andhelped withedit- ,' . . .. 4 g - , D - ' g . . . u , , , . . - . I . Y , , . . y n q , 1 -1 - . 7 . 7. , 3 3 . - . l - Y. . d . , . . V . Cl ,Y ' ' ' ' r r , I ' Q ' I ' ' .1 , s 9 ' S X 9 ' ' J I . . . . . . . n 1 , A n i Q 9 - ' g - . Wednesday was a busy day, first semester, for Helen Anderson, Bessie Giocomarra, Norman Jones, Gladys Zabilka, Maxine Collins, Irma Ackley, and Louis Katz- man when they folded Little Dodgers to give out on Thursday morning. . . Mor- ris Tierney and Bruce Hanson in their ele- ment, putting out "the sports section of the bi-weekly." . . Don Strom and Nor- man Jones show the smiles that accom- panied sales talk that paid for the paper first semester. . . Beverly Chappell proved a capable and trustworthy Editor for the school paper. . . Bruce Hanson, Morris Tierney, Beverly Chappell, Gladys Za- bilka, Don Strom, and Norman Jones are x . in a couple of journalism huddles. . . XVonder if Pi-Line made Morris Haskell so serious? . . Miss Strom had better come right back and help finish the paper. . . Staff writers: Back Row-Louis Katz- man, Maxine Collins, Helen Kolacia, Leonard Varallo. Front Row-Irma Ack- ley, Milly Sekeras, Bessie Giocomarra. . . Assistant editors: Leonard Varallo, Gladys Zabilka, Betty Riley, Thelia Bock. and Frances Ahrens. . . Quill and Scroll old timers lend dignity to the page: Back Row-Betty Minkel, Delbert XVilliamson, William Merritt, LeRoy Nydegger. Front Row-Beatrice Lundy, Gertrude Frost, and Hazel Birkett. Little Dodger l61l Mary Cr Ill, lmul UST when all prlces began gomg up the annual declded to go Scotch or at least to make use of a Scotch theme So a staff of twenty exght made a study of the most evldent Scotch characterlstncs plald and economy Volumes of Burns were perused that hterary quotatlons m1ght be attached to sen1or names If Scotch economy was used a blt of Scotch hard sense was employed also for the staff knew that students l1ke pxctures and lots of them Earl Foster began carry 1ng a camera early 1n the year By do1ng the work usually pald for by a commer eral photographer the staff could afford more plctures A new 1dea that pros ed attractxye was the use of symbohc stlll hfe pxctures whlch Earl took It IS nnterestmg to know who put out thls Scottnsh volume The edltor Betty Burnqulst a glrl of ldeas and ll1ClUSU'y combmed the lI1dlXldL18l sectnons Assnst mg Betty were Ruth Heggen copy tdltor and Wllllanl ones photography edxtor Ruth saw that vs rltxng was done on time that nt fntted the space allotted to If and that tht copy of lndny ldual staff members was umfled to flt the theme of the book DUI: to Mlss Mary Crunk shank s close assoclatnon wlth b o o k s and her lntlmate knowledge of just how they ought to be assembled the students haye thxs l1fe long remembrance The Dodger The volumes of prlze annuals nn the pubhcatrons offrce are hlstorles of her workmg hours Wnlllam arranged a pxcture schedule wnth Mr Don Peterson photographer and ID formed school groups when they were to appear Opal Scrlvener had charge of Faculty Isa Belle Hurst Mary ane Mntchell and Arthur Moeller of Semors Maryorle I an phear headed Organlzatxons and Dorothy Noll Pubhcatlons rn partlcular Marjory Claypool Musxc and Wallace Arendt Forens1es Earl Foster Don Madole and Bernadlne Varley had charge of Athlet1cs Sam Arkoff and Roberta Gusthn H1 Lxfe Denms F1tzgerald Clrculatxon Erederxe Anderson and Mabel Anderson Ady ertnsmg Opal Scrlvener V1v1an G11 day and Betty Hazelwood were ty plsts Don Strom assnsted Frederlc sohcnt ads Because of crowded schedules speclfned sectlons met at elght 1n the mornmg wnth Mlss Crulkshank for IDSKFUCUOI1 Miss Strom alded IH copy wrltxng A supplement contammg adyertnsmg and a dxrectory of hugh school and Iunnox College students and faculty was prnnted and dlstrlbuted to all students before sprung yacatnon It took the place of tht usual adyertlsmg sectlon m the book I I . Y - , . . . 7 . . - Y lf Y, , . ,' 'ct z a - a - Q a ' a 1 ' 1 ' , ' s rl . . . , J , 4 v , , 4 - G , 7 , a 1 - Q 9 1 1 s a 1 U - 5 I . 7 - - 7 , 3 j 7 , , 7 . . . . .- . 7 I y y - V, V . . . . , . . . V I , , . . . . , , . . I .. . . .7. . . - . . . I 7, rj . . . Y 7 .. Y Y 9 -. 7 1 4 I 7 , t I Y . .YI 3 ' Y 7 . l ' ' ' s 1 V .l 7 l ' ,2l Yes-Delbert Wfilliamson, Anna Ander- son, john Thompson, Jean Norris of the J. C. Staff. . . Aha! A close-up of an editor who put ideas to use. . . Mariory Lanphear has a notion of overseeing all organizationsg Cpal Scrivener has an eye on the facultyg Dorothy Noll and Mar- jory Claypool imbibe an idea or two for activities. . . Roberta Gustlin and Sam Arkoff have that pleased expression from the success of Hi-Life. . . Earl Foster and Bernadine Varley cut out pictures for the athletic section. . . A bit of Wfall Street-Business staff: Dennis Fitzgerald, Mabel Anderson, Frederic Anderson. Typists: Vivian Gilday, Betty Hazelwood . . . The Forensic section has NY'allace Arendt in a quandary. . . Don Madole arranges the pictures that Bud Foster has cut out. Betty in the offing. . . Bob Reuben stops snapping to be snapped. . . Is your panel finished? The Senior Section work on theirs. Mary Jane Mitchell, Art Moeller, Isa Belle Hurst. . . Uh hmm! The editors-Ruth Heggen, Bill Jones, Betty Burnquist. . . Georgeanne Sittig, Margaret Phelan get the clubs down. . . Quill and Scroll: Back-If. Blomgren, QI. O'Connell, A. Boge, H. Merritt. Front- P. Laffer, G. McCahill, J. Maher. Th 0 L Dodger i ' .ij-. I63l ...- 441 'T T I 111 llc C orfv THIRTEEN lucky orchestra members were sent to Mason Clty March 27 to March 29 for the North Central Orehestra dlrected by Mr Leo Kucmskl Conductor of SIOUX Clty Symphony Or chcstra They appeared before the Teach ers Assoc1at1on Those who went were Carolme Stahl Alberta Sell, Arthur Moel ler, M3Fj0flC Neudeck Karl Klng Leo Peterson, Harlan Pfaff Hartford Belmer, Irwm Jones, Mabel Anderson, XYIlll1S Rlch Mary Lounse Stowe, Dwlght Mace Mr I Howard Orth has worked wlth the Dodger band untll now lt can com pete wlth any hxgh school band ln the state m marchmg and playmg left, right' left, r1ght'Wh1stle' Halt' Oyer and over agam the band hears thes ln structlons Because of thexr hard wonk the football fleld IS a rmot of color and muslc durlng the lnlf All during the game pep IS reylved by then Stll1lUl'ltll12., eftoxts The band gaye several concen ts preeedlng D R A lectures thls year 'Noyelty numbers have been a pet with 'Vlr Orth and the students The fluxnl nary band practxces fourth perxod The hlghest asplratxon of Its members IS to be eome 1 membel of the real band THERE is music-and, you may be sure, very good muslc wherever M1ss Luclle Corey goes Show Shop Or chestra, Strlng Ensemble, and Hugh School Orchestra keep her busy but besldes these she has her own outslde mu sxcal act1v1t1es Uncanny' She s everywhere at the same tlme, It would seem' Old Falthfull How many tlmes our programs are made complete by our or chestra and band Forty three students are rapxdly becommg cr1t1cs of good strmg muslc under the superv1s1on of Mass I uclle Corey The hlgh school orchestra has studled the works of great masters l1ke Debussy Mozart, and Bach th1s year They have accompamed M1ss Ruth An derson 1n a plano solo of Mozart, Con certo nn D Mmor an unusual accom pllshment for hugh school mus1c1ans To gxve background for thelr playmg Mon day, thls year, was glven to theory work m the regular fnrst hour orchestra perlod The Show Shop Orchestra has retamed 1ts popularnty and xs always nn demand Dmners, XVray wood, All school Plays, Operettas, Communlty Plays are only a part of thelr calendar Durmg the last year, another muslcal OFQZIHIIHCIOD has become promment The strains of the Strung I ns' mble s chamber musnc could be heard every Frnday nnght as the group practl ed XX hen they played for lunch eons, dinners, W omans Club and ln homes for programs, they were recen ed wlth the great apprecnatnon of rhelr many plelsed hearels for eyexy enteltfunment l64l . . 7 1 . V . ' - ' 5 A ' 1 1 , . . . . 1 ' 1 ' 1 9 ' ' ' QQ 1 - , , . . . . . . ,, 9 . K , . . . , 1, 7 O - V - e e ec Q . X, n I . I . . 1. , 1 11 1 1 7 C J ky K . Y I I Y J Y 3 ' . 1 l 1 K 1 . 1 ' - 1 , 11 1 - ' T 1 ' ' 1 ' y I . ' 1 1 ' 1 1 1 1 1 ' r l N 1 7 T ' . , ,I S A YI V 1 i l 1 f'l I V ., e . , 1 - 1 '.- 1 U l . e .. 1 1 1 ' . I 1- 1 ' 1 7 1 1 1 11 1 . . , 1x i 1 1k-V 1- y 1 1 L 1 . , , 1- 1 1 1.11 1 1- 111-1 1 1- 1 . 1. e . String Ensemble Stahl, filaynool. Movlli-r, Sell. lie-lme-r. Neu- tle-vk. Miss l,ueil1- Fora-y, Zalvilka. l'f:iff, Nliss Ruth Anderson Gln-1-f'luln Ai-voniinnnist. Baton XVhirler-Tom Kenworthy. High School Orchestra Back Row J. V. Anderson, NVatts. Jon:-s. Belmer. Third Row Chapman, Sin:-lair. VV. Chappell, Stow:-, Niue, Lohr, Ri:-h. M. Antler- son, Smith. Christensen, Linn. Se-eonrl Row Claypool, Mm'Manus, Stanek. Ht-ilman, Me- 'Fiizue-, Pfaff, Zahilka, Leighton, ll. Chappell, Berry, Farr, Rohm-rson, l-Iilison. First Row Stahl, lim-ut-l, l'uh-r-son, Nt-ufler-k, King. Moel- ler, Sell, Lyris-rs, Johnson. lfourth Period Band Unmlerstuilit-s of thi- rm-uular lmnsl mvmhi-rs. From this group Mr. Urth will yi-t his futuri- hannls. This group will alrt-ally have masti-rt-il the funilame-ntnls through its fourth pa-rionl mvviillilw. Another Bitton XVliirler-Karl King. Still Another-Ed Kcnworthy. Show Shop Orchestra Back Row Johnson, Mt-Manns. Moeller, Watts, lielmer, Mat-0, M. Anderson, Mt-Kfall. M1-Ginnis. l-'ront Row Stahl, fluypuol, IH-t. e-rson, Nmirlx-ek, Kimi. Zalrilka. lmflc-T, l'f:iff. .li-nsvn :it piano. Hugh School Band liaek Row T. Ks-nworthy, Jones, J. Howard Urth, Jvnsen, l-I. K4-nworthy. Bt-lmt-r, Kinxz. Third Row D. Johnson, Stn-rnitzkv. Swan, Zahilka, Mayvlin. Lt-flor, Wright. li. Peter- son, Le-iizhton, Spotvold, Stark. Loth, Stowe, Chappell. Tyre-ll. St-cond Row Frost, Carl- son, Smith, Anderson, Rich, Pfaff. VVilliam- son, Moe, Lohr, Hill. McTii:ue, Sinclair, Lyons, Bauizhman, First Row Be-ll, Me- Re-avy. Chapman, Mi'Ginnis, Huffmann, Has- kell. Tierney. VVatts, Mace. Taylor. Markley, Strand, H. Peterson. l65l I Hmtard Orflu CHORAL Music the very word sounds melodlous Gay rhythm, sad movements, we1rd passages, controlled volume, dehcate reproduct1on of moods of Fort Dodge s s1ng1ng groups have thrllled or sllenced audlences many t1mes th1s school year Numerous adults hav 1ng heard the var1ed programs of Russxan, Enghsh Scotch melodnes, and Negro sp1r ltuals, have expressed the1r reactlon to the vocal musxc saylng that the choruses r1val those of maturer groups Mxghty waves of mus1c rolled out of the aud1tor1um at least once a week when the B1g Chorus of two hundred volces acted upon the last1ng proverb Practlce makes perfect Unaccompanned Slnglflg needed much tra1n1ng m accurate pltch The smgers had to be able to follow the baton exactly so that perfect harmony would result An lmportant advantage of the Bug Chorus was that younger smgers by jOlI1lI1g wlth older ones gamed con fldence and grew 1n the IFISPIYHKIOD that they mlght joln the Mlxed Chorus Blg Chorus sang for the Chrnstmas program and for the Commencement season Then numbers were Verdant Meadovy, ly MR J How ARD ORTH A versatlle man He can be smger, actor, or dlrector of anythlng from a small group to an overwhelm1ng stage full of operetta people Regard less of h1s full dally program, he malntalns a serene counte nance and a calm demeanor hes a muslclan wlthout the muslcnan s temperament' Handel, Nunc D1m1tt1s, by Arkangel sky Bells of St Mlchaels Tower, by Knyett, and Heaven, by Nobel Cam Abolxshment of separate glee clubs for boys and glrls started an IHCFCHSC of popu larxty for the Mlxed Chorus Mr Orth hltched h1s chorus to a star named a ca pella Wlth a hlgh rdeal the cholr devel oped 1nto artxsts of the most del1cate muslc One of the1r greatest accompl1shments was the smglng of O Blest Redeemer w1th elght d1ff1cult parts Of course the oper etta IS the one great work of the1r busy Babes 1n Toyland was g1ven The g1rls practlced every day but Thursday , the boys every day but Tuesday 1n the muslc room Ruth Anderson, nn junlor College stxll accompan1ed the choruses Many occaslons call for a smaller group Nnne glrls were ln great demand for elm ners and women s clubs Another group nlne boys, sang wxth great response at one of the all school dances ClJHSldCfll1S, the lI1CI'C21Sll'lb actnvlty nn XOICC work smce Mr Orth joined the department much wonder has been expressed about what 18 nn store for the future XY e exptct much' me , . . . . . , . QQ ' ' ' 37 ' ff ' , ,, ' Y . , . ' . ll ,Y ' , . . . . , " I ' ' ' ' ' ll A 93-T ' . . season. This year the well known favorite, fl ' ,, ' ' . . U . . 'T ,, : . . . . . . . , I Y . . . , - Y . k , , , , . . - . . Y A 3 . . . . . -g . g. . 7 l Q K .. . I Y .. V I ..- .L H v H 3 v I 5 x x xi fm xl' 1 t The Mixed Chorus The eomliinesl boys ansl virl- vlee eluli- malta- up this I-opular group. Girls Glcc Club Back Row Donna Mae Harinu. Evelyn Des- sinuer, Katherine Mc'Allister, I.aVaus:hn Ray. Jennie Jeys, Ruth Vlloolington, Betty Ahrens, Delores Littsen, Helen Hurst, Violet Jensen, Juanita Chiha, Lueille Stewart, Irma Aekley, Rhea Tyrell, Jane Mc-Manus, Lucia Kehm. Helen Kehm. Virginia Woodruff, Vera Saw- yer. Seeonrl Row Virginia Yost, Merle Op- pel. Mary Shirk. Betty Trauerman, Phyllis Brown, Annes Stanek, Marjorie Claypool, Isa Belle Hurst, Helen Fen-ht, Jean Menefee, Ruth Stahl, Helen Me'l'ix:ue. Phyllis Frantz, Evelyn Kulilfl, Evelyn Lundy, Doris Stanek, Lois Ly- flers, Katherine Cumminus. Front Row-- Mabel Anflerson, lierniee Quaile, Erika Hel- uren, I-'ranees Halpern, Miehelle Sherman, Roberta Gustlin, Eleanor Renquist. lietty liurnquist, Imogene Kineaiil, l-Iarline Shuxzart. Vera Sc-haeffer, Luella Sayre, Vivian Tomlin- son, Katherine Anderson, Laura Mae MeCol- lum, Veva Lohr, Elsie Nelson, Helen Uttoson. Boys Group Stuart Peterson, Art Moeller, Kent Damon. liarl Foster, .Iohn Rhorles, Charles Duncan. Fay Johnson. Girls Nine Back Row Luella Sayre, Helen I-'ec-ht, Isa lielle Hurst. Veva l.ohr, Delores Littsen. Front Row Katherine Vumminvs. Marjorie Vlaypool, Juanita Vhiha, l'ileanor Renquist. Boys Glce Club Back Row William Heilman, Delbert Dennis. Jack Jensen. Robert Ruby, Earl Foster, Stewart Petmrson, l'aul liureh. l-Iilwarsl Lewis, Kent Damon, llwitfht Mave, Seeonzl Row Rim-hard Sternitzke, Charles Duncan. Hart- forrl lielmer, Kenneth liarnes, Nels Isaacson, Fay Johnson, Lee Eaton. Roliert liizzen. Wil- liam Hassar. Front Row lfllliert Jorilison. Stanley lilomirren. Stanley Johnson. l':lXVu:i:l tVlirien, Fl--ve Foster, lliret-tor J. H, Orth. John Rhodes, Arthur Moeller. lfrevl Antler-on. Tom Km-nwortliy. All the Glcc Clube put toxzether anal l.ri-sto we have this large, harmonious ehorlls that was in sueh great ilemanrl lhrouuliout the year, 1 671 36- was X , ii 6'Bab0s in T0yluml" QS The attractive home of NVidow Piper Qlfrilsa Helgrenj with her fourteen fairy-tale children. Art Moeller retains his Master Toy- malser's scientific scowl as he stands before our camera with Grumio fGlenn Grazierj, his mischievious dancing assistant. Roderigo Qlirnest Zuerrerj and Gon- zorgo Qjohn Rhodesj, the invaluable sailor men, who assisted Barnaby in his murderous attempts on Alan and Qlane. Barnaby QPaul Ennisj, center, with his niece and nephew, jane flwlarjorie Claypoolj, left, and Alam fStuart Petersonj , right. Contrary Mary QDelores Littsenj, eld- est Piper daughter and sweatheart of Alan. Hilda QMary Shirkj , maid of all the Pipers. Fred Anderson as the inscrutable Mar- maduke, ace of all detectives. Tom- Tom Qfllifford Andersonj, sweetheart of Jane. The eerie Spider lforest where Alan and jane are left-to die, wi Operetta 1935 Toyland Toyland Little girl and boyland While you dwell within it You are ever happy there Childhood Joyland Mystic merry Toyland Once you pass its borders You can ne er return again AND happy were the people who saw this delightful operetta The excellent singing some absolute nonsense combined with scenery right out of the realm of childhood made by Miss Marion Maag s art classes made an appeal to every one from three to ninety three The characters Barnaby Paul Ennis Alan Stuart Peterson ane Marjorie Contrary Mary Delores Littsen Tom Tom Clifford Andersen Bo peep Betty Ahrens Jill Helen Kehm Miss Muffett Florence Anderson Red Riding Hood Florence MacKenzie Tommy Tucker William Cunningham Jack Bill Day Boy Blue Jimmy Pilcher Curly Locks Delores Ericson Sally Waters Lucille Stewart Simple Simon Bob Dencker Peter Morris Moore Bobby Shaftoe Wil liam Oppold Gonzorgo John Rhodes Roderigo Ernest Zuerrer Hilda Mary Shirk Marmaduke Frederic Anderson I69 BABES IN TOYLAND Master Toymaker Arthur Moeller Grumio Glen Grazier Fairy Veva Lohr First Girl Donna Haring Second Girl Evelyn Lundy Third Girl Kathryn Cummings Chorus I Ackley A Anderson K Anderson P Brown B Burnquist Chiha K Cummings H Fecht F Hal pern D Haring M Hedded H Hurst I Hurst V Jenson L Kehm V Lohr E Lundy L Lyders J Menefee E Muters paw K McA1l1ster L MacCollum H MCTlguC E Nelson M Oppel H Otto son B Quade L Ray E Renquist V Schaeffer M Sherman E Shugart R Stahl A Stanek C Sternitzke V Tom l1nson R Tyrrel R Woolington K Barnes H Belmer P Burch K Damon ter N Isaacson enson F ohnson R ohnson E ordison E Lewis J Lucas E OBr1on E Sternitzke R Sternltzke R Tierney Dolls M Tierney L Williams B Gar lock L Sprecher E Lewis B Southall V Burgess A Fowler Toy Soldiers Dean Cummings R Hill K Kalahar T Merryman W Niel son O Lauderback M Speckman K Warner Howard Orth was director Miss Kemson and Miss Corey aided l .3 Y 7 I 1 f 1 S n I -, . I I , . I , ' , U ' 5 D , . - 5 , I I 3 . ' 1 5 , . . . , . . , . , - , . ' , . , I I , . , . , . " 3 ' ' 5 ' 3 ' , - - . . , . , . , . - , . 1 - .- 1 , , . ' , . , . - , . , . , . - - - I , . , . , .. ' , , . , . , . , . - - , . , .. , . I I 1 ' 1 - 1 - " : 9 I . , ' Y ' I 7 ' 1 I J 5 I I 1 ' Q ' 5 ' 3 Claypoolg Widow Piper, Erika Helgreng C. Duncan, J. Duncan, C. Foster, E. Fos- . Y ' 4 3 ' 3 J' J 9 'J 5 ' 1 1 1 ' 1 ,I 1 ' ,I I 1 ' I 1 - 1 I Y 5 I lx 3 ' , I 7 ' I 1 ' ' , 5 ' , . ' . ' 5 , . . . . - - - . 9 , . 3 . . , . ' , . ' ' , 1 ' 1 - 1 - 1 3 3 I 3 1 , 1 , v I 4 , 5 2 , Q . 1 I I 1 I ' I 1 ' 1 1 1 ' ' ' 4 , t 5 , - , - U , - ' 5 , 9 ' - I French Club Back Rom Georzanne SIYIIE Alberta Berg Mary Eleanor Tue ney Dennis Fltzzerald Manone Lanphear M1ldred Jones Maxine Schlve Vonda Anderson Betty Semdcnstleker Blllle Avxs Des Inger Chrl-.tabel Tovsnsend Madame Carrie M lonzfellow Ruth Lune Jean Menefee Luclllf. Abram on 1-lorence Moore Bernadme Valley Betty Lou Exans Juanlta Chxha Front Rom Wllllam Jonas Richard Cooptr Charllne Chrlstcnstn Harold Peter-.on Loretta Corey Ruth Odtll Pffu, M Bradt DUTIS Butt Mabel Andtr on Htlen Pecht Barthene Ilarnhlll Maxine Whlte Craft Club Back Row Mr Iawson Hoekev Gretchen Myer Adam Frltv Second Row Fred Dawldson Klaytun Stoner Iotha Brooks Frames Anderson Vera Crouse Front Row Clarence Carlson J hn Moe Donald Hendricks Garun Larson Opal Scrlvtner SANS SOULI wlthout care the very name suggests fun, and these French Club members 1ns1st they really had a lot of lt 1n the last year Wlth a pur pose of promotlng thls cultural 1nterest 1n the school, and a1m1ng to enable memb rs to use practlcal French the club pre sented also a more sernous s1de The club enterta1ned French begmners on several occaslons Offlcers fxrst semester were presldent, Xvllllam Jones, vxce presldent, Charlene Chr1st1anson, secretary treas urer, Rlchard Cooper for second semes ter presxdent, Rxchard Cooper, nee president, Denms Fltzgerald, secretary treasurer, Maxine Schlve Madame Caruc M Longfellow, of course, dld much ID promotlng the Interests of the club THE only t1me the men only slgn came off the door of the woodwork shop th1s year was after supper when the Craft Club met And the g1rls were well represented, too, wlth seven members m the total enrollment of thlrty Thelr work was mostly makmg leather pocket books and good looklng wooden buckles for the belts of thelr new dresses The boys de voted the1r t1me and manly labor to carv mg thlngs of wood, studylng the make up of the radno, and they ex en trled thelr luck at leather blll folds Thenr offlcers were presndent, Edward ohnson, nee presl dent, Letha Brooks, secretary treasurer, Opal Scrlvener, student councll, Emerson l-lovey and Vera Crouse Mr Lawson Hockey was the aduser of the club Wo , . . , , . r ' . . 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THESE are the l1ttle brothers who, w1th the early exper1ence of Inter med1ate H1 Y prose to make the best blg brothers as they advance to upper grades A branch of the Y M the club studles the bas1c PFIHCIPICS that H1 Y has always stood for, and at the same t1me has great fun Then, when a good foundatlon has been la1d 1n the1r two years organ1zat1on, they advance to Sen1or H1 Y, where more mature problems are set before them and more good t1mes are 1n store They were superv1sed by Mr Norman Cooper of the h1gh school and Mr Harry Glenm of the Y M Off1CCfS pres1dent, Robert Schaff ner, VICC pres1dent, Robert WlllltS, secre tary W1lll3m Howard, treasurer, Lum1re Kozel, student counc1l, WllllS R1ch To FACE l1fe squarely t f1nd and g1VC the best, were jomt mottoes that every Semor G1rl Reserve tr1ed to l1ve up to th1s vear That the Glrl Reserve Club IS the oldest ID school suggests the general approval w1th wh1ch lt IS looked upon The meet1ngs were held the th1rd Wednes day of every month ln the model apart ment The study problem th1s year has been vocat1onal gu1dance Offlcers Roberta Gustlm, pres1dent, Gretchen Meyers, VICE pres1dent, Helen MCTlgUC, secretary Vera Crouse, treasurer Thel1a Bock and Isa Belle Hurst were student councll representat1ves MISS W1lma Has t1e and MISS Florence Nordman, both of whom have had much experlence w1th Lg1rls organ1zat1ons, 3dVlSCd the gll'lQ In termelllate HLY ...J lia1k Row Marvxn Creenky Rlcharrl Thompson Leonard DeV1lb1ss Rlchard Heman Robert Sthaffmr Carlm Aaher RlCl'l8I'fl W1ll1ts Lumue Kozel Front Row RlCh8rd Rosene Ka-1th lrtr rsf n James letr r-.un 'Vh' Harry Gle1m Gayle Stromberg Robert Walker Rlchard Schnurr Daxnl Hlll Senwr Girl Reserves Back Row Margorle Claypool Phyllls Brown Maxlne Galer Ruth Dunlevy Ruth Heggen Vera Crouse Gret hen Myers Fllzabeth Hazelwood Cecll Boyce Effxe May Bradt Second Row Kathenne McAll1ster Luc1lle Stewart Marjorie Lanphear Isa Belle Hurst V1v1an G1lday Joy I-1-ance-1 Mabel Anderson Gudrun Dorhexm Letha Brook Helen Olsen Front Row Evelyn Cleveland Betty Lou Evans Arlene Smdlln er Prxka Helgren Joyce Mayclm Mary Evelyn Kearns Mary Smnot Delores Smnot Maxlne Whlte T711 Q! 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D sz . , Weuners Club lluek Rom Vxrgxma Nordemn Ruth Huflm Jaan Rutledge Kathleen Nobens Helen Knutson lfxelyn Kullld Atnt Vmnmu Grate I tmr on Maxine Whlte Front Ruvs Evelyn Gustafson Anne Stump lone Knutson Mavls Doan Maune Munson Geraldine Davis Charlotte Kuhld Thelma I onsness Home Economlcs Club w Back Rovs Elizabeth Muterspavl Be-rnlece Quade Lenore Gormally Ceellxa Wet s Arlene Slnd linger FlHl9 Nelson Ruth Waddell Mary Suer Glady Goodnch Front Row Mary Slnnot Frances Hsnderson Marv I-ulvn Walters Cecil Boyce HSFFILK Walters Mane Foutz Luetta Henderson Jostphmt Trustv THE whole world seems to have gone domestlc, and women are re vertmg to the days when such thmes as manufactured artxcles were unknown, for lf lt lsn t knlttlng wnth the P W' C S 1ts weavlng Thns club IS one of the new ones orgamzed for glrls who llke tlus type of handwork and lt proxed to be a great success Wltll weavlng as the pur pose and pot luck suppers as a dlverslon, many dellghtful hours were spent each second Wednesday of the month m the model apartment Offlcers presndent, Evelyn Kullld vlce presldent, Vlfglllld Nordeen, secretary, Thelma Ponsness, treasurer, Dorns Butts, student councll, Maxnne Munson, Geraldme Davns Mass Vlvlan Peterson pros ed an able adxlser BECAUSE food and clothmg are such necessary parts of everydav hfe, Home Economlcs Club has flourlshed thls year To lntroduce each member mto the arts and mysterles of domestlc sc1ence, the twenty flV6 members of the club met ln the model apartment the fourth Wednes day of every month At thxs txme pro grams, varled to please the glrls, were put on Dnfferent refreshments were served on each occaslon to acqualnt the glrls wlth posslble menus for partles The club elected as nts offlcers Cecelna XVCISS pres ldent, Elnzabeth Hazelwood, secretary treasurer, Lenore Gormally and Kathryn Strlcker, student councnl Mnss lane Crow 1nd Mlss Neva Houk, teachers of home economlcs, have proved able club advxsers L72 ,. , . , '2 2 " "' . - ' K. 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A SHOL Box lmed wlth black paper, a tlny pmhole covered by a pro CCCIIVC cardboard to avold exposmg the fllm lI1SldCl Camera' A scene of hlgh school l1fe reglsters for a memory book' To learn to take good plctures and develop the1r own fllms Camera Club orgamzed thlS fall The only requlrements for mem bershxp seemed to be that each must own a camera and must take a roll of frlms each month Program meetmgs were held nn room elght the thlrd Wednesday of the month at seven thlrty Offlcers held over for both semesters They were Vlfglnla Howlck, pres1dent, Betty Ahrens, secre tary treasurer, Dorothy Dalley, John Larson, student councll representatlves Mr W M Phares served as club advlser II You want to learn about polltxcs, study a good polxtnclan, lf vou want to know more about athletlcs learn the secrets of a good athlete, nf you want to know about bus1ness, get close to lt And that s lust the pollcy of the un1or Commercxal Club for they do not l1m1t the1r f1eld to the study of mere books, but they go on trlps through the busmess estabhshments and factorles of Fort Dodge hear talks by leadmg busmess men, and even hold the1r meetlngs downtown They elected the followlng glrls as offl cers Dorothy Porter, president, Irene Prang, v1ce pres1dent, Dorls Robmson, secretary, Charla Mae Warner treasurer, Ruth Horn and Dorothy Porter, student councll M1ss Snoeyenbos was advlser Cmneru Back Ron Arthur Carlson Arnold Slndllnger Kermlt Hartman Ronald Ol on Harlan lfaff Frances Halpern Rich lrd Johnson Robert Allen I-ront Rovs Jack Larson Ruby Hauser V11 Lima Hoxuck Mllclrtd Roger Ruth Dunl vy Betty Anrens Betty May Scott Jeanette Tyrell Iamzs Pllt her ,Iunzor Lum llll'l'ClIll Club Back Row Mxss Mabel Snoeyenbos Pauline Pram: Helen Dllges Lorrame Koeper Helen Wese loh Dorothy DIIHPS Carollne McCullough Nina Glb on Bernaldlne Thode Ruth Martin Dons Robln-.on Genewlexe Koll Chrl tobel Tow ns nd I-ront Ron Charla Mae Warner VIYIKD Cllday Dorothv lrvlne Ruth Horn Dorothy Porter Catherine Cummmgs Irene Pranfz Laura May 'VIeCollum Ellzabeth Conway Irene Flattery T751 , - . 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Seruor H1 Y Back Row Robert Mltchell Ernest Anderson John Rhodes Rlchard Stermtzke Pat Dorsey Robert l aulln Denms Fltzzerald Arthur Moeller Second Row Rlchard Davis Samuel Z Arkoff Roy Jensen Wllllam Rice Wallace Arendt Frank Barry Thomas Hxll Jack Pontius Louis K t F R Ch l F D ld M d l D V F1 d M rl Stanle a zman ront ow ar es erns ona a oe arr arner oy esse y y Blomgren Robert Reuben John Marlcle Richard Webster Sydney Llndsley Richard W1llxts Modest M aulens On Platform Helen Haute Evean Chrlstenson Front Row Helen Woolaver Donna Mae Har mg Mildred Mathe Joyce Mayclm Betty Butler Ramona Frampton Second Row Pauline B11 stad Mary Evelyn Kearns Jane Kearns Ermme Hauxze Neoml Olsen Helen Olson I'h1rd Row Mlchelle Sherman Evelyn Cleveland Margaret Anne Smith Betty James B tty Huebsch Ruth Day Fourth Row Ollve Hart Helen Johnson Betty Nevfsum Lorame Stlckler Verx,le Blame MARcH11wG along together thls seems to be the theme song of the H1 Y boys each successlve year They are a progress1ve group takmg mterest 1n an unl1m1ted number of thxngs Durmg many of thelr meetmgs they are treated to supervlsed tr1ps through leadmg bus1 ness houses of the c1ty They also take thelr step mto the socxal whlrl wxth a dlnner dance every now and then Be sxdes affordmg good compamonshlp ln both work and play the club stands for the hnghest ldeals nn Chrlstnan character Offxcers presndent, john Marxcle, vlce presndent, Robert Stewart, secretary, Frank Barry, treasurer, Ernest Anderson, student counc1l, Robert Stewart, Pat Dor sey, advisers, Fred Cooper, Paul Hlckman Now, more than ever, glrls are becommg COHSCIOUS of thelr personal ap pearance W1th that 1dea 1n mlnd, a club known as the Modest Ma1dens was organ xzed thls year Th1s orgamzatlon became extremely actlve and planned many lnter CStll'1g meetmgs, one of whlch was a pot luck supper Thelr programs, ln the muslc room every second Wednesday of the month, were devoted to talks on dress and make up M1ss Mnldred Burke, a profes slonal operator, demonstrated flnger wavmg Cfflcers were Evean Chrlsten son, presldent, Ramona Frampton, vlce presndent, Helen Hauge, secretary treas urer Ruth Day and Donna Mae Harmg represented the club 1n student councll M1ss Adelme Sharon advxsed the group I74 . . . 1 V 1 1 1 1 , , . . . . 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' ' .7 1 . 1 , . . , ' vr 1 1 1 7 V . . . . . . , , . . , - . , 7' . - - ' I ' . . 1 1 1 1 ' W ' 1 . , 1 1 , . 1 1 1 1 1 ' ir ' F' ' 1 Q . . . 1 .1 V 1 , 1 .4 ' vf I - , . , , - u 1 , 57 - - 0 I . . . . 3 - u 0 1 - . . . - . - ' ' - - . . . 5 1 2' R ' if 1-f NC tyLym COACH FRED N COOPER s 1934 football squad came through the sea son w1th only two red marks on the deblt s1de of the ledger Desplte losses to Fast Des Mo1nes and East Waterloo the Dodg ers sa1led through the toughest schedule ln the state w1th flymg colors From a nucleus of f1ve lettermen Coach Cooper and hrs asslstants formed a hard flghtmg smooth runn1ng ball team Whlch gave thelr opponents more football than they I77 Coachmg Staff OUR COACHING STAFr has some of the state s outstandmg athletnc 1nstructors Head Coach Fred N Cooper has a drstmgunshed rqcord ln football and wrestlmg fComparat1ve scores of t e a m s coached byj A McK1nstry head track coach and asslstant football coach show h1s ab1l1ty to form a wmmng combmatlon That Coach Lyman Green has had two consec utlve state champlon swnmmmg t e a m s speaks for ltself Coach Ralph Bastnan a newcomer hav mg put hrs teams once more on the wmmng s1de b1ds falr to bulld better teams Coach Walter Welss competently handles p h y s 1 c a l tra1n1ng and asslsts ln track and football Coach Lawson Hockey drllls the second squad could handle The team composed largely of mexperxenced players won from For est Cnty East Sloux C1ty Central Snoux Crty Perry Boone and West Waterloo They lost to East Des Mo1nes and East Waterloo and played a scoreless t1e wrth thenr old pnx Mason Clty Floyd Messerly was rated all state tackle this year All state mentxon was g1ven to four others They were Marshall Blckford Duane Tepfer John Marncle and Roy Jensen , . I 1 . V . ,ff - - , I 1 9 1 ' a Fred . ooper, J. A. McKins r , an Green, Ralph Bastian, Walter Weiss, Lawson Hockey. 7 1 n ' 7 - , 3 - 1 9 - 4 1 1 9 ' , - s 1 3 0 1 ' ' ' .. , , ' 1 9 3 ' Iufw .llilrirfr Cujrttzirz 'A-...fi tasyt 8, ...iw -. ,Y -Y 7 -, -'f , .,. . g-if V+-qi. .A Mai-. .fix ,'l"'..'. "P ,. K-A, si..-5 my WHEN the call for football was sounded this fall, a group of unsea- soned players reported. Unable to decide on his starting line-up, Coach Cooper and his assistants held light scrimmages during the first week. From these workouts, coaches lined up teams and drilled foot- ball into them. Unfortunately, Captain .lohn Maricle was injured in such a way that he was unable to play until mid- season. To everyone's surprise, a team of hard- running, scrapping gridders trampled on Forest City in a decisive manner. Dodgers, displaying a powerful line, nosed out East Sioux City in one of the most thrilling games on our field for years. The team took on Sioux City Central and were suc- Football 1 934 Varsity liark Mzxnzurn-rs Muhl. lilomurvn, Cm-it-hes M1-Kinstry iiaslian, Cooper. VVQ-iss, Manaxrer Rumi, Pziulin. Third Manlulv, Coffman, Mueller, Heilo- mun, lirunnenkant, Are-nrlt, Sim- mons, Stewart, Castagznoli. Isaacson. Maher, Hales, Second 'l'ierney, Mi-- Ilowell, lim-on-k, Rhodes. Jensen. Iiiekforrl, Capt. Muriele. Johnson 'lk-pf:-r, Cornell, Dorsey. VVUSPYIL Linrlsley. Frivnl C'usl:u:lwli, Nies- si-rly. Hhmlvs, Hill, Davis, lSzn'l'y. Whitman, Win-n, l-'msn-r, iiimplwll, liim-kfuiil. A bit of action in the East Des Moines game! Xvliole Squad lizirk Krusv, lilzu-klwlyfi-, lin-ii-i Svlinurr. Marsh, .Iohnsnn, Hnlhh-a. Strom, X'V:ill-1-r, Hn-ss: r, li:irm's. NN'umls, Avlin-r. lfhlwzirnls, Hmm-y, Nvl- siin. Slim-. Third f'o:n'lu-s Ompi-r. Hsu-ki-y, liusliain, Maritim-i's Iizivis. Rxxlvy: Mm-llir, Hi-num, Fzulwvll. l"rii-rll'ii-li, lizili-N, Nlzittivm-, lizisiiun. livluly, Yrulmy, R i 1' h. Shzifflivlx Marsh, lN'illit-. Kuzn-l, lilnvls. Manu. llzins-Iii, lin-4-tile-I-, Ari-mil. Ham-n-1 Mzinuxrvr Muhl. Si-vim-l Hurlivi Sininwlls..Irvhnston, M:lxl1rln'.'l'iv!'ln-3 Mvlhrwull. lim-in-k, Rhmlvs, .len-vin . Hivkffrrnl, l':i1:!:iin fVl:irii'h-, .lnlin-on. 'll-pf:-r', l'.n'1ivll. llnrs.-y, Wu-vin. l.iml-Ivy. Slixxurt, Mahi-l'. llizirliv- VKX-iss, MvKin-try lf:--'nl lhffnmyil Rh'-iles. Hvilvniaiii, V11-lziumrli, Mv- --vrly, lii'il1im-lilxniil, Hill. lmxis. liairry. Wliilnizm. XK'irvl1. li.,-11-1'. Vzinipln-ll. li i i' lt f-1 lwl, Vin-tziylzlvll. l-:ian--un. .-Miller'-uri. Hur, lil-Imtw.-n. l73l cessful in beating down their attack. At Des Moines they dropped their game through lack of teamwork. Coach Coop- er's boys took Perry by a nice margin. The game at East High, Waterloo, was a toss- up. Even though it was played in a driv- ing rain, both teams showed the crowd a flashy game. Dodgers lost by one point. Dodgers next upset the Boone Toreadors. This game was marked by the fight and headwork of the team. To prove that Dodgers had hit their stride, defensively, if not offensively, they struggled to a scoreless tie with Mason City. The high- light of this game was Fort Dodge's goal- line stand in the fourth period. Then as a fitting finish to a successful season, the fellows came through with a victory over Football 1 934 The Fort Dodge outfit demonstrating some fine defensive work. Butler Squad Front VVilliam Cunningham, Frank Christian, Richard l'onrad, William Campbell, Ronald Newell, Ross Hurd, Marvin Pease, Sam Eva-nsoii, liud Gormally. Ronald Smith, Ria-har.l Rodvnhorn. Mike Ulilti, Robert Fum- minpzs, G4-orpzv Rabari-ak, Dm-an Me- A ll na y. Second How Woodrow lflutriek, Ar- thur llrooks, Don Tepfer, Bill Whin- nt-ry. Louis Hadjis, Vvrnon Hart, John Skoland, Paul He-ndersfin, Kon- neth Risdall, Richard Johnson, Leon- ard Dt-Vilbiss, Gale Stromhi-ru, Al- bert Cook, Robert Heller, Bobbie Durian, Charles Davis, Melvin Cook, Raymond Seherff. Third Row Joe MeTi::ue, Carl Leiss, Robert Otto, Duane Crouse. Jack Jones, John Brady, Ed Glazier. Cr-eil Hughes. Harold Piet-ard, Glenn Roh- rer. Maynard Morey, James Rhodes, Student Manager Lawri-nee Woods. Tepfer is stopped at the line of scrimmage. The rest of the Fort Dodge team may be seen blocking in the background. l79l West Waterloo, doubling their score. At the end of the season, a banquet was held, at which the lettermen elected Rob- ert Wasem and Charles Bickford captains for the coming year. SCHEDULE VVG They Sept. 14-Forest City ,, ,, here 21 0 Sept. 21-East Sioux City, , here S 7 Sept.29-East Des Moines there 0 20 Oct. 5-Central Sioux City there 14 7 Oct. 12-Perry . . .here 19 0 Oct. 19-East Waterloo there 6 7 Oct. 26-Boone here 6 0 Nov 2-Mason City here 0 0 Nov. 9-West Waterloo there 14 7 Lettermen HARRY CAMPBELL 1934 "Not flashy but, m'vc'rthc'lr'ss, outstanding." Comments by Cooper ROY JENSEN "When he was right, he was wry, wry right." PAT DORSEY JOHN RHODES "A fit running mate for an a JOHN MARICLE, Captain DUANE TEPFER "TlJl7f ff.,, , F PS pn In ps a F of all times." CHARLES BICKFORD "Thr find of the 1954 sz'ason." RUSSEL RHODES "Was a stvady playoff' ll-stat? tarkle ,, "Ha was the salt of thc' team." "Gow down in my mind with thc' qzlartrrbaclzs FLOYD MESSERLY MARSHALI. BICRFORD "WlJan they are good enough to makr' an all- "Perhaps the outstanding lim'-jrlnngrr uv stair' team, enough has barn said." haw had in yrarsf' 80 FRANK BARRY Lettermen "Showed tba graalrsl drvrlopnfent of any man 1934, on the 5q""d'U Comments by Cooper BOB STEWART "His fine exanzplas morally wan' of unfold value Io fha squad." DICK CORNELL STANLEY BLOMGREN, Manager "Should have bad anofbfr saaxon fo have raally "Im1ustrious." come into his own." TOM L. HILL DOH JOENSON I I H "Will be rcrrzarrzlufrrd for bis fine spirif, A f1gJfc'r from lu' groum up. disposition, and anitudl,-U SID LINDSLEY B R "A bard worker, and ouc of lbw most shady." OB UBY "Dependable" BOB WASEM "I'll never forgrf his game' al Central Sioux DICK DAVIS Cityf' "An assvf lo good 1nanagrm1'nt." f81 XYVHEN a girl craves a sport that is not too strenuous, yet that requires a great deal of team work and carries with it at the same time all the excitment that one could wish for, this girl turns to vol- leyball. There have always been more girls out for volleyball than for any other sport, and this year was no exception. In fact, the popularity of the activity this year was so great that approximately one hun- dred fifty girls, making up twelve teams, participated in the sport. These twelve teams were then divided into two sep- arate groups, A and B. This grouping was merely used as a means of convenience, and showed no difference in the ability of the player. The winning team of group A played the winner of group B. Mary Louise Stowe was captain of the team that won this tournament. Afterwards teams were chosen from their respective classes for an inter-class tournament. The Junior class team, with LaVonne Hill as its captain, won the inter-class tournament. Each class elected a student leader to take care of the many details accompanying a sport of such great popularity. Among the numerous details was that of keeping records of the number of points earned by each girl. The freshman girls selected Harriet Smith as their leaderg Phyllis Eddy was chosen from the sophomore teamsg Ruth I-Ieoflin was the junior leader: and Dorothy Wurtzer headed the senior teams. Practice began the middle of September and was held at least three times a week from four until five o'clock. Miss Nona Moss was the new adviser this year. Miss Florence Nordman helped in officiating. Volleyball Team s Back Row IG. Mnterspziw, R. Dm-ki-r M. Johnson. M. Schultz, D, Pritvhurll M. Iirattniiller. E. Dnnsmoor, I-I. Lnnrly M. Galer, C. I'nrmi-ly, M. Car-ioppo. H Vhfseloh. A. At-kley. I". Halpern, Il VVurtzer. M. I.. Stowe, Ii. Ahrens, V Nvlson, K. Goodrich. H. Andrews. M Ruseh. G. Me-tter. Fourth Row Ii. lit-l fs-r. H. Lott. IJ. Cat-kli-r, H. Walters. H Bertram. A. Cornell, H. Ottoson, I.. Gor mally, IJ. Dilxzes, G. Iii-rtram, M. Vit. J Francis. M. Tatzuv, V. Nelson, li. Spot vold, M. Anderson, A. M1-sscrly, H. Ki-I1 arc-ak, R. Thompson. Third Row M j Priteharil, D. Stanvk, L. Gutierrez. I. Q- 5.'.M,..f2.'. Thompson, K. McAllister. J. Esst-ry, M li Johnston, G. Johnson, L. Km-per, IC I"re-tie-rirks, D. Van Osdoll, F. Moore, C' . K' Nygarrl. R. Hoeflin. A. Stanek, M. Lalor I. VVQ-bb. Ii, Thomas. IC. Betters, B. Tom Iinson, C. Cole. Se-eonil Row Ii. Mutt-rs paw, M. J. Tracy, H. Isaacson, L. Ditt mar, J. VVasem, V, Blaine, P. I-Iiidy, M O'ConnvIl. I". Hill, D. Thompson. L Casey. H. J. Smith. D. I"lt-etwooml. IJ 1 -' - iv - - ' " . ,. . , H ms. Iront R1 x J Kearns. C.. Iom - linson. M. Iii-vans, I-I. Gustafson. I. ' ,. Ke-hm, J. Roper. IJ. Harinll. M. Antler son, A. Antolik. H, K1-hm. M. Swan, M . llingman, J. Joys, 0. Ifuine, M. Arm strong. VVINNING IN'I'IiAMI'RAl. TEAM Hawk Row V. N4-lson. A. Ai-kln-y, M Iirzittmillm-r. Soi-oml Rink' I". Hulpt-rn M. K4-urns. I.. Yun Svoy. M. I.. Stoni- lfront lion H. livrtruni. A. Stain--L. H Ifziinv. Ii. I'1Ioi-flill YVINNINU VLASS 'l'I'i.-XM Iizwk Row V, t'oli-. IC. I"i'i-Ili-i'irIts. M Iinsrh. A. Mvssa-rly. G. Mi-th-r. Ii. Toni linson. Front Ron Il Iii-lfolx IC. 'l'h.-ni :is.I..H1ll.I'I. Isiluvsiill.AI..AIlil-'Z'--i!1.II Hutlunnl. lS3l Basketball Teams Iintire- liasketliall Squarl. WINNING SOPHOMORI-I TI-IAM liar-k Row Marjorie Anderson. Delores Haulunrl. Anith Messe-rly, Milf:-ril Rasa-h. Front Row Charlotte- Cole, Mary Eve-- lyn Walte-rs. Phyllis l'I1l4ly,t'l1-o l'armt-ly, Iaxrraim' l"oy. Miss I-'lorm-nee Norrlman. 'firls atl1l4-tie flirt-vtor. WINNING S0l'I-IOMORI-I INTRA- MURALTEAM Hack Row Anith Mc-ss:-rly, Cleo Par- ms-ly, Delores Haulunrl. Front Row - Loretta Gutierrez, Phyllis l-Iilely, Lor- raine Foy, Mary live-lyn Waltz-rs. WINNING SENIOR CLASS TEAM liar-k Row Elizabeth Muterspaw, Helen Wt-seloh. Dorothy Dilyzes, Isa II:-Ile Hurst, Lt-nore Gormally. I-'ront Row Mary Louise Stowe, Agnes Stanek, Ruth Deck- er, Dorothy Wurtzer, Virginia Williams. WINNING SENIOR INTRAMURAL TEAM Iiaek Row Ruth Hoi-flin, Helm-n Weso- loh, Dorothy Dilxzes. Harline Diinsmoor, Katherine McAllister. I-'ront Row Mary Louise Stowe, Dorothy Wurtzm-r. Viririnia Williams, Maxim- Strat-ki-. CHANGING of rules only adds to the interest of an already popular form of athletics for girls. The system of two court basketball, inaugurated this year, came in for its share of enthusiasm. More than one hundred fifty girls composed twelve teams. Because the new game is strenuous, underclassmen continued play ing three-court basketball, with a conse quent necessity of additional tournaments There were two intramural contests: one freshman-sophomore and 0 n e junior senior. In the first each team played a spe- cific number of games, the championship going to the team having the most games won. In the junior-senior meet, three ISSJ ' teams tied for the title, that of Dorothy Dilges being final victor Dolores Hag lund s team won the freshman sophomore contest Next, girls were chosen by their team mates to compose teams of their re spective classes for inter class tourna ments from which sophomores, cap tained by Marjorie Anderson, won The senior team, of which Elizabeth Muters paw was captain, won the iunior senior tournament Student leaders were Ruth Summy, Marjorie Anderson, Viola Nel son, Gretchen Bertram. Miss Florence Nordman, aided by score and time keep- ers, coached and refereed all the games that were played this season. 3v1mosrA lillljl flllllfx I lll'xx4'VlX lrrestl i n g 1 934-35 l'irst Squad Iiaek Row Coax-h Fred N, Cooper, ' liill Gargano, Mickey Castaxznoli, Don Johnson, l'hil Strom, Holi Su-wart, Roger Isaacson. Student Manager Max Parmely. Middle Row Darr Varner, Don Madole, I-lrnie Anderson, Alex lilaek, Saber Ht-rsheiwe, liill liisacehi, Victor Maeek. Kenny liales. Front Row Glen Lauderhaek, Ivan Laska, Roh- vrt Merrymun, Roger Olson, Ray Stone, Jan-k Larson, Paul Maw-k. lirst Team Paul Mau-k, x5-pound: Ray Stone, 105-pound : .lark Larson, S05-pound, lion Mudole, 125-poundg Kenny Hales, 115-pound: Rom-r Isuzu-son, 135-pound: Hill Gargano, 145- pound: Mivkey Castagnoli, 155- pound 1 lion Johnson, heavyweight: Floyd M4-sserly, 1165-pound: Vouvll l"l'v1l N. f'oopm'l'. Second Squad Back Row Coach Cooper, Hill lirokaw, Charles Martell, Don Tep- fer, Dewey Edwards, Joe MeTigue, Bill Cadwell, Charles Cliniler, Frank Zeka. Middle Row George Sweeny. Jim Rhodes. Bob Muhl, Richard Nelson, Jim 0'Halloran, Roland Heller, Francis Hansen, Arthur Johnson, Stuart Kutz. Front Row Dale Cummings, Dean l Curnminirs. Joe Trauerman. Jim l Rodenborn, Charles Barnhill, Hu- i ert Dobmeier, John Struhar. LIVING up to the splendid example of former teams, Coach Fred N. Cooperls 1934-35 wrestling team pinned down all competition, going through a schedule of six dual meets undefeated. At the start of the season, Coach Fred Cooper had eight lettermen, three of whom were state champions and three, place winners in the State Meet. The fact that john Suer was ill with appendicitis, Messerly and Castagnoli were ineligible, and that half the wrestlers were inexperi- enced seemed to foredoom the team. Up- setting expectations, however, the squad met and defeated all their opponents. At the end of the regular season. the team, fX4l strengthened by the return of Floyd Mes- serly to the line-up, entered the State Tournaments. Dodgers easily won the District Meet scoring 48 points, qualify- ing ten men. Favorites to win the State title for the second consecutive year, Dodgers were outpointed by Cresco. They won second place easily, thereby setting up the most outstanding ten-year record of any school in the state-winning more State Championships than any other school in Iowa, and never finishing lower than fourth place in the State Meet. Place winners in the 1935 State Meet were Floyd Messerly, champion, Don Johnson and Kenny Bales, second places. Two inexperienced men, Paul Macek and Roger Isaacson, garnered third places. Floyd Messerly was elected captain. Dec. Dec. Jan. Jan. jan. Jan. jan. Jan. Feb. Feb. Feb. SCHEDULE We They 15-Sac City .there 48 0 21--Valley junction here 24 8 4-Iowa Training School. there 24 16 11-East Waterloo . .there 2816 72 15-Sac City ,. ,where 37 3 18-Eagle Grove here 39 3 25-Clarion ,there 27IfQ 1022 31-Mason City there 25 13 8--Cherokee here 2916 426 IS-16-State District fflherokeej Champions-48 points Z2-Z3-State Tournament QFort Dodgej-Second-17 points Lettermen 1 935 Paul Mac-ek, N5-pound. Jack Larson, U5-pounll. Ray Stone, 105-pound. Kenny Hales, 115-pound. Don Marlulc, 125-pound. Rom-r Isaacson, 135-pounil. Iiill Garxzano, 145-pouml. Mis-key Castaznoli, 155-pound. Floyd Messerly, 165-pounml. Don Johnson, Heavyweixzht. Hob Stewart, 165-pound. Frank Zeka, Student Manager Phil Strom, Heavyweight. l35l ,fill Srulli cllflfdjll Basketball I 934-35 l'irst Squad Iiaek Row Anthony l'aeiopp1'. Kent Damon, Willis Rivh, Bert Canoe. Vit-tor Benson. Middle Row Coauh Ralph Bastian. I"rank Harry, Robert VVasem. Kenneth Bastian. Dickson lirunnenkant. John Hoffman, Coaeh Vifalter Weiss. Front Row Manager Mor- ris Haskell. lid Scully. Al VViren. Roy Jensen, Tom Hill. Karl Alu-l. Second Squad llark Row Robert Otto, Merton Culver, Richard Gacld, Frank Mar- low, Delbert Steiner, Lowell Byer- hoff, Joe Thode. Bernard Gumris- berir. Duane Crouse. Middle Row' Charles Davis, Jack Jones, Louis liauirhman, Charles Mattiee, Don- ald l-Iatinirer, Robert Marsh. Ilud Gormally, James Duncan, Warren Horner. Front Row Coat-h Weiss. Norman Jones, Waller VVrip:ht, Waller Eddy, Donald Hauser. Louis Fharon, Arthur Brooks, Carl Anderson, Clarence Carlson. l UNDER the leadership of Coach Ralph Bastian, the Dodger basket- ball team worked their way through a tough schedule of fifteen games, losing seven and winning eight. With a nucleus of four lettermen, and a group of five or six underclassmen from the 1933-34 sec- ond squad, Coach Bastian taught them a type of basketball that shows promise. In building up a combination, Coach Bastian was handicapped by the ineligi- bility of Kenneth Bastian and Al XX'iren, who were withheld by the semester ruling. At the mid-year, the team was again handicapped by the graduation of Roy .Iensen and Frank Barry, regulars. ln re- 1861 vw fw ' m - Q -y I vtlvrlrwrl 1951 51 X TXI l 7 XX ua 1 L o Cioim 11111 I 1 KS X Q NNIN XXI It ntyxiy lin: in iii Bull tflfcl Hill I XX ysi Xloitlcls H ysiyll Sim 1111 lltllll OX INS L Ubi npin, lint up C onli Blstiin tstm it To l lx nny I s lin 1 ttntti, 1I1ClXXlILl1 If guud Alttr tlns lint up stttltd tloyxn tliu lost only four hunts, including, tourna mtnt play Thu wtrt stctional tlmm pions and got as ffu' 15 tlit finals in tlit District Mutt yy litrt tlity yy nrt tliminatttl by Fortst City. At tlit Clost of tlit smson, Iftl Scully Bob NY fastm, 'ind Ktnny Bastifin yytrt lJl'lCC.Ll on tlit all-stction1l tum. XY'1SL,lN 'Ind B'1SIlL1I'l 'ilso rtctiytd lionoriblt mtn- tion on K 'ick Xortli 5 all-statt twins. Ed Scully, 'ln outstanding foryy 'lftl and guftrd yvis tltcted 'Is lionorary Clptain. lv kk Lk ..1, hai. .1 un. .,,, .iw -3 . .III . .ll X .lr V a v Q. Qs6Y0vL ffillw MES' 10" lil LQJJF SLHI DLII Xlntx titlt X ntli as XlUlllLS nit KMIL l ISI Sio IX itit Kult lloont '-S. c City icrc -Q - .'-Klnon City ticrc 9 f ---Wfluytcr City icrc ' - 2 -Boone ure -f - -. ll'IT1l..1l" icrc f '-it tQ A' " ' I 1CI'U --Vu ustcl' City ticrc f7 f ' ---f' mux City Qc '. ttcrc ff -f-S 'rit l.t 'c ticrc -f - -Has lc K oy- titrc ff ' ' T-Y-J-Stltc Scctiona Clmlnpions '- -Start Distrit Second Place IN order that physical train- ing might benefit more boys than it had formerly, Coach W'alter Wfeiss enlarged the gym program for 1935. No longer are activities restricted to basketball, base- ball, and volleyball, the entire program was rearranged so that there is a variety of activities covering numerous fields. Basketball, baseball, wrestling, ping-pong, boxing, gymnastics, horseshoes, volleyball, gypsyball, and tumbling were included in the program. Since this enlargement of the field of activities, all members of the gym classes are enabled to take part in some sport that they favor. As an added attraction, Coach Weiss put on a series of intramural tournaments. Five tournaments were held. XVrestling, first, was followed closely by basketball, volleyball, swimming, and finally base- ball. So that there would be order in management of the meets, elimination tourneys were run off in gym classes. In- dividuals were paired up in wrestling and class champions chosen. In basketball and volleyball tourna- ments, teams were chosen, the meets played off, and the finals held after school. As a trophy for the basketball tourna- ment, a basketball with the names of the team inscribed on it was placed in the trophy case. For those interested boxing and ping pong meets were held in classes and after school to determine victors. Gym nasium Classes all are represented in the gym program. A bit of action in the swimming class. if .lust helore .1 xolley lull game. in .1 im class. ISS! Boxing, tumbling. acrobatics, WRESTLING The individual champions were as fol- lows: 85 lbs., Gaylord Bales, 95 lbs., Jim Rodenborn, 105 lbs., Eugene Fortney, 115 lbs., Bob Muhl, 125 lbs., Don Tepfer, 135 lbs., Fred Muhl, 145 lbs., Russel Rhodes, 155 lbs., Don Horner, 165 lbs., John Andreyka, and heavyweight, Bert O'Conner. VOLLEYBALL Having had elimination contests in gym classes, Coach Walter Weiss paired sixteen teams for the final rounds. The winning team consisted of Glen Averill, Bill Hes- sar, Art Ross, Leland Reek, James Acker- man, Fred Wright, and Willard Olsen. In tram u ral Sports Basbetball Champions Franklin Jones, Dale- Thomas. Dali' Se-lin-ru, Archie Nelson, Dali- Cum- mings, Dt-an Cumminxls. r JJJJVYL Swim Ing Champions liavk Row lloh Cummings, Adam Fritz, Leland Revck. Front Row Russell Anderson, Marvin l't-asv, Rivhard Edison. Jack Larson. Volleyball Champions Back Row Bill Rice, Bill Hn-ssar. Al Wiren, Fred Wright. Art Ross. Front Row Glen Averill. VVillard Olsen, Leland Reeck. Bob Mits-hvll. Wrestling Champions Back Row Fred Muhl, Russel Rhodes, Don Horner, Bert 0'Con- nur. Front Row Don Tvnfvr, Bob . Muhl, Gaylord Balvs, liinzvm- Fort- ney, Jim Rodenborn. 1391 BASKETBALL The winning team, consisting of Frank- lin Jones, Dale Cummings, Dean Cum- mings, Dale Thomas, Henry Chellburg, and Archie Nelson, were given custody of the new trophy. SXVIIWMING XY'inners were: 40-yard breast-stroke, Richard Edison, 40-yard free-style, Rus- sell Anderson, 40-yard back-stroke, Le- land Reeck, 100-yard free-style, Marvin Pease, diving, Marvin Pease, 80-yard re- lay, Marvin Pease, Bob Cummings, Rus- sell Anderson, and Loren Swanson, 120- yard medley, Adam Fritz, jack Larson, and Charles Clinger. FOR the second consecutive year Coach Lyman C1reen's paddlers had undisputed right to the state swimming blemishes on their two- title. The only B017 lll,!'UL1l' year record are Tech and a tie Moines. In the Iflllll Br'xfi1'k CTO-t'tlf7fdflI,x two defeats by Omaha with Roosevelt of Des course of the year, the Dodgers met and defeated the best teams in the state besides hanging up a few new records. Melvin Allen, the 100-yard dash man, set a new state speed in his event. High-point men for the year were Cecil Hughes, who scored thirty-sixg Bob Wes- sar, who had a total of thirty-one pointsg and Melvin Allen who hung up a mark of thirty points. Coach Green's team had f"" Swimming 1 934-35 Whole Squad Bac-k Row Coaeh Lyman Green, Hob Bailey, Richard Edison. Clif- ford Jensen, Paul Bestiek, Waller Chapman, Donald lilomlwrgr, lioly Nelson, John Casey. Second Row e Dick Davis, Bob Leighton, Melvin Allen, Neil Lyons, Pete Alger, Nels Isaacson, Dallas Nelson, John lies- tiek, Bob Wessar, Don Berry. I-'ront Row -Kenneth Hansen, Diek Wehster, John Henderson, Teil An- derson, Diek Newsome. Ralph Mer- ris. Marvin Pease, Ceeil Hnllhes, John Keisten, Ray Haydon, Loren Swanson. 'un I --4-4 l'1rst Squad liziek Row lion llerry. Neil Lyons. Holm Leixlhton. John llennlerson. lliek VVelnster. Ilieln Davis. Nels lszmeson, Veeil Hnuhes. Front lion John Kerslen. Ralph Nlerris. lbielx Neusonie. Mi-lxin Allen. ll.-lv XY'-s-nr, .lohn liestielx. Ilalln- Nel- eon. Teil fxrnlelxon. will Iohn Bestick and Bob Xvessar were cle Robert W'ess.zr Nlelvin Allen Richard XVebster Richard Newsome Alohn Bestick Cecil Hughes Ted Anderson Ralph Merris Bob Leighton Lvtlermvn 1 934-35 31 points in points IH ' 3 points 16 points 28 points 36 points Zu points ll'Q points 1-U1 points bv a ,.5f, 1-Q ty 5 gf 1 - Y nl' 4, Q the making of state championship team from the very beginning. At the time the competition was the toughest, Coach Green was confined in the hospital with a critical case of appen- dicitis. Regardless of the fact that they were without a coach, the swimmers came through with flying colors. During Coach Green's absence, John Bestick, John Casey, and Coach Lawson Hockey very ably handled the boys in their Omaha com- petition. The team's efforts were well rewarded, for they are one of the few teams to win a state swimming title two years in a row. At the close of the season, vu for another state championship in co-captains of the team. The pros c 36 are bright. Because six of the l men and a large group of underclas are returning, they should repeat erformances of the ast two season P P SCHEDULE Dec 14-North Des Moines here Dec -Ifort Dodge, Roosevelt, Cedar Rapids QCedar Rapidsj Feb. 2-Omaha Tech there Feb. 9-Roosevelt, Des Moines here Feb. I5-Omaha Tech here Mar. 9-Cedar Rapids here NVi- 47' 39 34 59 34 S4 Tom WC Hill Cajrfairl HAVING eight lettermen at the beginning of the year, Coaches A. McKinstry and Walter Weiss produced a track team that was an equal to any that Fort Dodge has had for some time. Largely due to poor vveather, the teani faded to get into tip-top shape for the Indoor State Meet at Iowa City and consequent- ly it placed only two men. After the weather had cleared up and the fellows had gotten into condition, they tied the State Champion North Des Moines team for first at the Stuart Relays. The follow- ing week Coach McKinstry's proteges walked off with all the trophies and most of the ribbons at the Carroll Relays. The next victim was Iowa Training School Track 1 934 Bobby Coffman and Ernie Zuerrer walking off with the 100-yard dash at the 1934 District Meet. A Our Captain-elect, Tom L. Hill. Earl Foster winning the Mile Run in the District Meet. Lettermen try. linln Vniffnizill, Ar! Mm-Ili-r. I-'luyil M1-ss.-rly. l'hil Strom. John Marii-lv. Ili-llu-rl Su-imfr, I-11l.Iuhn- K W XR S S' l93l Ilan-k Row Vina:-h .l. A. McKins- - sun, 'onvli '. '1-iss. .'1-1-mnlliuw I. Mzmanufr Rolu-rt Noxy. Huh XK':nn-ni, Roy .Ii-nwn. Tum I.. Hill. laplain 'Ibm VY. Hill, lizirl Fustvr. Frank Hurry, Manager Fharli-X Fi-rria. lfrnnl Rim- i'li-xv l-'Hsin-r, lirnii- Zin-rr:-r. Ibivk IU-rm-ll. limi Mi-Party. which failed to match the Dodgers' well- balanced team. At the Estherville Invita- tional Track Meet, Fort Dodge ran a series of outstanding races to tote off every available trophy. The Dodgers captured the District Meet, qualifying a complete team for the State Meet. The next Week at Grinnell, the team failed to live up to expectations, placing in only three of the events. Bob Coffman, negro flash, snared a second in the 440-yard dash, and a fourth in the 100. The two-mile relay team com- posed of Earl Foster, Cleve Foster, Tom L. Hill, and Roy Jensen, managed to hang up a third place in a very fast race. At the end of the season the team had Track 1 934 Bobbie Wasem clears the high ones. Ernie Zuerrer on the last stretch. Wasem and Messerly get first and third in the District. Bob Coffman turning on his sprint. Captain Tom W. Hill winning District high jump. Dick Cornell goes over the heights. Messerly's hurdling expression. Two of our distance . men, Tom L. Hill and A Earl Foster. mi 5 I scored a total of 307 points. Captain Tom W. Hill, a stellar performer, led his team- mates through a successful season. Tom L. Hill is captain-elect of the 1935 team. W'ith ten lettermen returning, Coach McKinstry should form another outstand- ing team for the coming season. SCHEDULE Mar. 51-Indoor State, Iowa City . , 412 Points Apr I4--Stuart Relays, there Tied for First Apr 21-Carroll Relays, there First Place Apr 28-Iowa Training School fDualj here First Place May S-Estherville Invitational Meet May 12-District Meet, here First Place May 19-State Meet, Grinnell 9 Points there First Place TR4lIx IFTTER WIXXERS C XI l11x TOXI XX HIII IIC II11 1111 XI1 1 I 1 111 I 1 1 I IIIIII 1111 II1 IIN 1 Xlll 1 1 1111111 I1 11 1 1 I11111 1111I T 111111 I 1 1111I1I I Il I I 1 11 ll ROIII RT C OI I XI X 111I 11111 S1111 ts -H11 1 1r1 II11 XI1 1 R1 II I1 I III 1111 I ROIII RT XX ASI XI XIIIL RLI11 IIlL,I1.1l1CIIOXX IIur1II1.s O11 1 I1 111 1 XRI IOS Ik Ig RLIII R 111 I 1 I Il 11 111 XII SS 111 put wus 1 1 111I I 1 CHN II IV I1 I1 IR XXIX IIIXRRX SI 111 X Iv. 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Ruth Hoeflin made .ln efficient student leader of the life saving squad. Novices ot Life Saving Hack Row Lure-ttu Foy, Dblori-s1'zn'k- liar, Mary Jam- Tr:u'y, Mary Alim- U't'onm-Il. Unmthu l'rit4'hur1l. Thiril Rim' Mary Louise Stowe, Gm-nrm-:xriliv Ni-uwl4-vk, Marjorie 'l'i'zuu-rmun, Mil- ff-r4l lin-i'h, l.1-north Guirnmlly. Jr-uriliu Waist-m. Joy I-'ram-is. lilizaln-th Mutvrs- paw, Mildred Knutson, lit-My Lou Hvznis, S4-umivl Row lhvrothy Mui-llt-r, Flon Parmt-ly, Fraiim-s Halpern, Ruby Gurrctt. Mury lin-vans, June- lissa-ry, Jr-an Younzstrom, Ji-nu Roper, Fhris- tobel Tmvnsn-nfl. Ruth Hoe-flin. Front Row He-len Ke-hm. Lucia Kuhm, l'hyl- lis Cutshull, Ruth Summy, Life Savers Back Row Mary Louise Stowe, Ji-anne Wasem, Elizaln-th Mutt-rspznv, lie-tty Lou Evans, Dorotha Pritm-huril. Front Row Frances Halpern, Ruliy Garrett, Mary lim-vzuis, June Essvry, Vhristoln-l 'I'mvnsend, Ruth Hom-flin. Diving is an essential skill to be mastered bv would-be life savers. To learn to meet an emerg- ency swiftly and efficiently girl life savers began practice with Miss Florence Nord- man the first part of December-usually Thursday evenings from five o'clock until six. There were two tests to be at- tempted. The majority ofthe girls worked to pass the junior life saving test, while a smaller group were busy rehearsing the activities that preceded the senior tests. Among some of the requirements for the junior test were four methods of carrying a drowning person, three methods of ap- l95l proach, three releasing grips, the prone pressure method of resuscitation, ability to disrobe in deep water, to surface dive and to recover objects of various weights and shapes. The test given to the senior section required that the girls know how to carry a fully clothed subject a given distance in the water. Both tests were taken the second week in April before an examiner of the American Red Cross. Ruth Hoeflin was appointed student leader of the life saving group. As such she checked out suits and kept records. WIITH the enlargement of the girls' sports program last fall, tennis was given a prominent place. In previous years it was included only for those who already knew the game. This year Miss Pauline Longfellow was selected from the faculty to teach those who wished to learn and coach girls who had had experi- ence. After a few meetings, attended by approximately seventy-five, an elimina- tion tournament was held. This pro- gressed very well until rainy weather pre- vented further playing, Helen Kehm. Phyllis Eddy, Isa Belle Hurst, and Vir- ginia XY'illiams having reached the semi- final round. Helen Kehm, student leader, T: fmt! l. Tennis., Golf and Ping Pong A majority of the izirls who entered the tennis tournament are pictured here: liaek Row Lenore Thompson, lletty Ann Ramler, Jean Young- strom, Ruth Hegizen. Lois Dittmar. Sec-ond Row Helen K1-hm. Gretchen Metter. Isa Belle Hurst, Vera Kruse. Phyllis Eddy, Milferd Rasch, Dor- othy Mueller. Front Row Luc-ia Km-hm. Gretchen Bertram, Lorraine Kos-per, I,aVonne Hill, Florym- Hill. Fram-is Halpern, .lt-an liutlwlge. 'Fake a look at the semi-finalists of the girls' vim:-pong tournament. Thry are: Lois If-ittnmr. Ruth Stahl, Mary Louise Stowe, Phyllis lflddy. Herr- are only a very few of the girls ' h h l th ' f r Ulf' I w o s owes en usiasm o ll . Z Phyllis Cutshall, Virginia Williams, ? Phyllis Eddy, Mildred Knutson, f Thelia Bock, Dorothy Wurtzer, X Phyllis lilldy, Isa llelle Hurst, Vir- ginia Vlfilliams, and Helen Kehm ri-as-ht-d the semi-final round of thu tennis tournament. Rainy weather pri-Venti-il them from deli-rmininir the winner helped Miss Longfellow keep records. At the beginning of the second semes- ter, ping pong was inaugurated in girls' gymnasium classes. Because of the wide- spread interest and enthusiasm an elimina- tion tournament was held. Finally, Ruth Stahl defeated Mary Louise Stowe. Golf has had a place in the list of girls' sports but not a prominent place. This year with the extension of girls' athletics, golf received more emphasis. Miss Marian Maag was appointed to coach. Practices were held in the fall and spring with .1 large number of girls reporting to play. Because of the inexperience of many of the girls, no tournament was held. P761 1934 Golf and Tennis Tennis Tom Kenworthy, Karl Abel. Kent amnn, Ge Jrl H L Golf Billy Hoop, Morris H a s k e l l, Charles Maher, Hd Zemke, Charles Simmons, Don Johnson, Emerson Hove-y. Z SINCE golf has become a major sport, the players have competed in more meets than in previous years. Considering the inexperience of the Dodgers, the season was a success. Prac- tically the whole squad came back for the 1935 season, making the outlook for Coach H. Orth's 1935 team a bit brighter. The 1934 team, composed of Don Johnson, Clyde Baker, Morris Has- kell, Robert Schwendemann, and Charles Simmons, won from Eagle Grove, 15-Og and lost to Roosevelt High of Des Moines, 215-Zh, to Ames, 15-95 to Boone, 1056-4563 and to Eagle Grove, 8-7, thus tallying one victory, and four losses. 1971 .l There has been an increasing interest in tennis in the last year, because it has been made a major sport, and letters are given if a contestant wins half his matches. In order that he might choose his Varsity im- partially, Coach Ralph Nichols held an all-school tournament. The finalists, who made up the 1934 team, were George Schnurr, Tom Kenworthy, Kent Damon, and Orlo Heggen. During the season, the Dodgers lost two matches to Boone, two to Eagle Grove, and one to Cedar Falls. They tied one meet with Eagle Grove. George Schnurr, the only letterman, won the trophy for the all-school tournament. if 11 ,f,Fi,1-2, W, 911' 'lxli fwif uid Lpttpfgifls RONV 19311.35 VLRA SCHAI-.I-lkIiR "An i111j11'1n1xi11' 11111y1'1 M,x1s1i1. ANDERSON "An 111111' 11111-X111 HII.I7IilgIJ LOTT "Can 11111' 111 11111 111 ll 111 RL"1'11 D1iQ1x11R "1'11'11l,1 11'f111'f1 XVIOI IT Nrlsox "S111'k111111,1 11111 g111111 F1 11,-1111 T11 ML' 1 1 1cs11,xxx "O111'111l1111111w1 lJ111m1 11.1 P11111 11.-11111 "Sl11i11111111 1f1'1111f111l l,owc1' Right Upper I.cft 1511 xxc IS H,x11'11aN "A11111'111'111111111'1l111'l11 NI.-un' I,oL'1s1 S1'oxx1 "A111'11.11 111 11111 11117-1 KI1 NN11 KI1 ws "A 111111111111 111111111 N111 11111 ll AN111 RSUN "ID1'j11'1111111111"' l1lf..X 1'V.XlNl "A11111 111-11.11111 1iq111 l.1N11111 C1011 X1.Xl 1 1 "limi 111 111111'111111" Rm1x1x1n TIl4JX1l1Sl1N "1J1'11'1'11111111l11111 1111 X Upper Right EIxIu.INIa IDUNSMOOR LUCII.I.Ii XVAN SLOY AONIQS STANLIQ EVISLYN FRIQLIJ Middle Row K. HC0llSiXft'IIf f7ldv1'!'V,, "HI-r lrvigfjl c'r1II11fx" HElIfl11l.iidNfil' 4IlblI'lI", Hftllltllillg tllllllllllf of I'11I'I'g'5"' LUc1II,I.Ii STI2xX',xRT ',ClllIf1ll'!'X all lvltvr IIUIIUVXU BETTY AIIRENS VIRGINIA XVILLIMIS ERLYNIi SHUGART DORO'fHY XVURTZI-R MIXXINIQ SCIIIVI1 RUIII HOI-,I I.IN E991 fr HSIl17!'fi07' xporfffzfzzixlvijf' "An axxvf lo flu' ffdllln "GooIl fra III zunrfc " "Sln' makvs if go" "Pl1'axarIl on any lvanf' A gnml-r1IIlI1rI'I1 spur!" J " I I' Lower Left XVIOLA NELSON MARRIIINE TMI IRMA WIALBB ju N Ii Essmu' 1 2 Lettergirls 1 934-35 "An able playvrv Uli "Q1IiI'f and lL'f'll-Iikftlv "NIakI's gnmf in fbzf fJilll'bf'.Y', "Always fbI'rI"' DESPITE the frequent dust storms and increasing hot weather. the vacant lot east of the school was occupied by a large number of enthusiastic fem inine baseball players every night at four o'clock last spring. True to the record of growing interest each year, this year's crop of bat wielders outdid last year's large number. As in all of the girls' sports, there were two tournaments--one in which every girl might take part and one in which the team members were chosen from their respective classes. The lattei tournament was won by last year's soph omore class team headed by Anith Mes serly, with the present senior class team kyq. captained by Dorothy Wurtzer running as a close second There were alwavs a great many spectators standing around the tield watching these exciting games uite often the moments of having all bases full and two outs would add to the neighborhood hilarity then the enthusi asm ran high, and the swirling dust was forgotten in the excitement Miss Florence Noidman coached the girls Practice in gym classes even before weather permitted out of door work in throwing and catch ing lent encouragement When added stress was placed on girls sports, Miss Mary McClusky was appointed coach of baseball She began work this spring Baseball 1 934 Baseball Group liar-k Row H. We-se-loh. D. lritehard, M. Johnson, E. Lundy, J. Wasem, P. Eddy, C. Parmely, R. Decker, E. Mut- erspaw, D. Wurtzer, F. Halpern, Viola Nelson, Violet Nelson, K. Goodrich M. Tague. Third Row-f E. Dunsmoor, M. Iritehard, H. Walters, F. Frederick. H. Isaacson, G. Johnson, I . Gormally. M. Vit, A. Messerly, C. Metter M. R:-ist-h, M. Anderson, R. Thompson. Sevonil Row D. Thompson, M. Sehive, J. lixsery, D. Stanek, H. Iott, M. An- derson, L. Cutierrez, D. Van Osdoll, L. 'a.-ey. R. Hoeflin, A. Stanek, . Stowe, l. Webb, H. Smith. Front Row J. Jays, E. Muterspaw. li. Tomlin- son. A. Katzman, H. Kehm, M. Swan, 0. Paine. Mary McCloskey coached 'ir." rs-a in ex 'n1.1 om' z.' ' l-Ilizz -th Mun-rrp: ' :J ' a h n ' r . Winnin ' Baseball Team 4 f . . . . m , . li- 's, . . Amlerso , . M -S. V. . es' . 'ron ow '. PM 1 . Tu - 'Inf' ,H. sa' -so . --2 2 z. 1 4- rr. zu: or he-lm-rs 1 1 so - :st playi Q iw 4' -'s I-I 21. 100 is 'Ar' ' "ir'i ns- '. Fri-1li-r- YU Y rm- s num o s :si-, s : i .- iiHAILl HAIL! The gang's all here. Never mind the weather." From their mileage record the hikers didn't seem to. This activity was given such a prominent place in the list of girls, ath- letics this year that three hiking coaches were necessary to direct them. Miss lone Helgason had charge the three fall months, Miss Elizabeth Fry, the winter months, and Miss Vivian Peterson, the spring months. In the fall and winter five-mile hikes were held on Saturday afternoons. ln the spring two, three, and five-mile hikes were taken after school. During wet weather Oleson Park and the Lutheran Hospital were favorite destina- Hiking 1934-35 Hikers had rotten a loni: way from school by the time this picture was taken. . . .The girls in the foreground are certainly leaving the others behind. . . Here we have the new advisers of this activity- - Miss Elizabeth Fry, Miss Vivian Peterson, and Miss Ione Heliza son, and they don't look tired either. The ilirls ehose Milferd student leader, and her tributed a good deal to of the sport. . . They're again Sure you are-n't girls? You'll never ilet way. . . We've really lint thmm n w Ah h' w k ' 'ou o... , d, e neuy stop to rest pretty soon. This xlroup is partir-ular they want a nice soft plaee to rest. . . Wait a minute. here we have the szirls leaving: the si-hool. . . . Another group smiles for us. Have a look at the complete group that answered the call for hikers. 11011 tions, for sidewalks extended all the way, during nice weather, the hikers chose more gypsyish byways and tramped through Phinney Park. The Mason Drive was another popular route for the long- distance hikers. Approximately one hun- dred fifty girls took up this recreation. Between seventy-five and one hundred kept up their hiking the first semester, and, of these, about fifty-eight completed the fifty miles required to give them 25 points toward their letter. Milferd Rascli was selected student leader of the hikers and kept a record of all the miles accom- plished by each girl. Sub-leaders headed sections of approximately a dozen girls. E JOHN B GOUGH D1ed January I9, I935 Iomx B Gouon would have made good on mx fitld of Lndmvor he might haxs. stleettd Ht xx 15 just thlt wax He those school xx ork bemuse of its thxlltngt Hr. lox Ld xoung people .md xx is .llxx 1x5 hlppx 111 strx ing them He xx as .1 true representatixc of xll that xx IN best in hia profession Ht pllxed the QIINL l5l1L tiuqht it hard hontstlx, .md thoroubhlx He xx 15 lxind ind sxmplthttit, md ht LLI'I.1ll'llX understood xoung ptoplt thnx eommunitx vxill be plxlllg dixidends for 1 long time to eomc The box lift tsptuallx, his btntfntd rlthlx bteluse of eontaet xxith this ehxrltttr ohn Goughs philoxophx is txpitsstd in this lix llXOI'lIL little poem 1 Il 1 111 111 111111 a411111xl 311111 111 Ill H1 u 1111 x 11111 llwal x1111 ll 1111 111 mf B111 11111 11111 rlux llf 'cllllt lru. X Compu 117 '1 1 - 1 1 2 X - ' - . , . Q X ' ' I . I 2'vl K HL ' xA K - . ' 1 H, , , H- 1 1 in .1ll their complexities. The result of his efforts in i ' ' 1' l 1, L' i'.- -7 t ' i x V 1 1 il , . ' ' 4 Q A . I ' . . 1, X. ,A, .,k., , y 1 I511' lL'!7l' Ifn' Illt' 4Ql't'tIf .xt'1ll't'l' ' 1111'x .. ' 1' , U -N I H 3 I 'V j K U1 11' lg '. - 5 'l . '. . 1' l Y-l E xxx! 42 HN Diary s P Q ap A 46? Jw, 'hx f--J 0? 1 KX 4 'wzizzzliiiize Wh Q09 ...-,QQQ -6 X - Q yo S"s'H-4 22Q1.o4Q"'2.,.oO P QQ 'O ,OQQQQQOO --,pQQ QQ O4 9 Q0 "zq'c4- 4 " " O s, tink L vJ"'W sk""Xx,.f4N D SLPT 3 Ho' Hum' Inleyen oclock and here Im not even out of bed Oh well tlns IS my last mornmg to sleep To tlnnk that three perfectly good months of y aca t1on haye been wasted and I ye done prac tlcallyf nothmg worth whlle Let s see the football men practlce today I mlght as well walk oy er and see the workout Coop er IS surely golng to have to flnd hidden talent wlth only fne lettermen back f pflelq. SEPT 4 School opened today wnth the same rush to see lf Star Mar1cle or llash ensen was ln my class Gee' If freshmen don t get any larger I wonder what Coach ,Iac Cooper wlll do for a 1950 team qg SFPT S The flrst assembly of the yelr rw! Qr flos There stall aren t enough seats for all so vs e ll have to hang some on hooks SEPT 13 Sixty exght teachers llke steak Scene IS Snell Park tlme IS flXC lueky partlclpators hngh school faculty SE11' 14 New cheer leaders help us to fmlsh off Forest Cnty wnth 1 71 to lero f 1. ' " M n 5' X 3, , X lv 1 X Q 4-Q ' ,,Q 1,"ee' ia ' . -'W 'J Ls. ' D X da se ew X " v - l-' 'n "' 'P F I 0 'll E r 1 1 lf k f Q 'H l If 4, by ' V I yy 1 ll 4 S, 0 51 , ' F ' l 4 fl , ,O ' ' f, y , ' A - lui L , y 'A 1 WT? , qgvt ' A Q sl! 1 xl. 'a -Q ? ' ,-.. - , f - c-Tx ' -l ' , ' hp g ga Maori? : . - . . 1 7 , 7' ' 'X' , .:, , . , , 7 , , . . 7 . . . X f - 1 9 - 7 , . 4' ff .it - -7 I Q - XX xx! -Y.. f , - T 'ld ,.e,.j 1, ,ee 1 . 1 I . . I ,A 1 M ,Q-v-A-14,-'1 f R bqnwwi ' , ' , , ....,L4,.,,-...be - -., G 0 . . . ' cv O l . r ' fr 'fri f - o x p ' ffl one , 1 as , y y ' . , . M , - . - Q , '-' ."'.f . ' . . S . Q x 7 L N V , 'Yu ,, , l All coat and little Jensen-portrait of a great man. . . Hey, Isa Belle, two seats in the upper balcony. I'm taking my mother- in-law. . . Bob W'asem wishing inflation were here. . . Casanova Gordonls pres- ence here is due to the fact that he draws feminine trade. . . Not a cannon cracker but a telescope constructed by Loran Rhodes and Mr. Bloxom. . . Bob Xvhalen says he buys his tan at XVoolworth's paint counter. . . Looks as if Marjorie Lan- phear's Oldsmobile won't be out tonight. . . . Gordon Barnes earned his track let- ter displaying just such form. . . Johnny Maricle and his bashful friends, Frank Barry and Bill Brokaw. . . Roberta and Maxine waiting for the "fuzzes,'. . . Ten yards up you'll find the real life-saver, Betty. . . What's the world coming to? Miss Maag makes Wendell Boots give a speech in art class! . . Seen on the social page - Virginia Schultz and Milly Thatcher promenading in Expo Park. . . Explorer Williamson seeks a ten-syllable word. . . Be on my team, Lucille? . . . The Vegetable Sisters Quartet. Aren't they the berries? Barbara, Jane, June, and Betty. . . Cuckoo! Cuckoo! . . .The Freshman greenhouse. In Room 16's hot bed the temperature rises on spring days. . wl" Lmls mul Lassies gum Two minds with but a single thought- Willard Pain and Mr. Skull X. Bones. . . Doesn't Cliff Anderson wish he had a town car of his own? . . What a large sole you have, Grandpa? CDon Strom to youD. . . Page Mr. Volstad! . . . Stop signs are unnecessary when June Nelson, Barbara Rice, and Betty Burnquist are around. . . Isn't that a Humboldt li- cense, Loretta Corey and Wyone Gram- stad? . . Olga Faine's foundaway to save shoe leather . . . Stuart Peterson, Amer- ica's foremost matinee idol. . . Bashful Barbara Rice. . . Who's Hoot! Night life agrees with this fellow. . . Innova- l tion! The first moving picture in any annual-"The Last XVoundup" starring Kent Damon. . . Connect me with a Spook, Bob XVasem. . . A very nice leg- acy. . . Two Little Dodger triplets- Louis Katzman, Milly Sekeras, Maxine Collins, Bessie Giocomarra, Helen Kolacia, Irma Ackley. . . Isa Belle Hurst in too much violet ray. . . Pep it up. children. XYfe've hash today! . . No gas, no goil- Cleve Foster, Roy Jensen, Don Strom thumbingastreetcar. . . Bruce Hanson's entry in the Kentucky Derby. This sway- backed thoroughbred hasn't five legs- the leather shod one belongs to Bruce. Campbells Are Coming 51071 SFPT 20 Betty Burnqu1st and jack Day IS begm short terms as presldents of Semor and un1or Classes Betty has to relxn qu1sh her job at the end of a week for she s already Dodger Edltor Jack Dav1s may serve LlI'lt1lIT11d year when he ll be a Sen1or D1ck Schnurr IS Sophomore head james Duncan IS Freshman pres1dent SEPT 21 East SIOUX C1ty returned home m1nus the bacon Looks as 1f the Dodgers w1ll hay e meat thxs weekend We 8 they 7 SEPT 25 Brown Menely C h 1 m e s D Sr I 29 We bowed to hast Des Momes 20 O Oc! 3 Student Counc1l elects as prts1 dent ohn Rhodes v1ce pres1dent Bob Stewa1t and secretary Tom H111 OcT 4 L1ttle Dodger announces that Pr1nc1pal C T Feelhaver heads the Ter centenary Celebrat1on 1n Iowa of the foundmg of the Amer1can H1gh School Dodgers upset Central SIOUX C1ty 14 7 OLT 12 Dlrector Cortr1ght becomes harassed w1th some seventy prospect1ve actors trymg out for Sey enteen ll school play set for November 23 19 6 was the tally of the Perry Dodger game Not to brag we got the 19 Om 13 Seventy play asp1rants agam pass before Mr Cortnght OcT 17 Score two for the weaker sex' Semors elect IsaBelle Hurst pres1dent to take Betty Burnqu1st s place OCT 18 Gerald G1V1Hg took away some of the b1tter st1ng of report cards by h1s entertammg travelogue East Waterloo edge 1n an add1t1onal score to defeat Dodg ers 7 to 6 MUSICIRHS adopt a letter system w1th mer1ts and demerlts TWTLQEI NN Q 1 T A17 Orr 26 The horseshoe remalns 1n our trophy case' Boone went home defeated 6 0 More power to you Dodgers' News vu r1ters annual makers delegatlon goes to Ames for a two day state conference OU 31 One act play assembly for frosh sophs The Dodger yearbook scores All Amerlcan for the s1xth t1me w1th 925 All Amerlcan for the s1xth t1me w1th 925 out of a posslble 1 000 pomts lI'l IIS ratlng by the Natlonal Scholastnc Press Assocla t1on Th1s IS I-Iallowe en Mmors Beware' T108 C . . - . - ce as 7 7 a - , . . . - . . 7 ' 'I ' ' . . - . . , . , 7 . V . . - , . . . . 9 . . ' 1 ' - 1 . , D . . A . ws--1' fs 7 ,T run ,- X V gg . . , h, C . R. A. M C, Z :IV '. . ' S ' ' + 5 7 . ,f Q K J 4 ,-1 . . llllf 29- I 1- 1 1 - . . :"' ' ' ', E -...of . . 1 Z E5 , 1.. ,1- Q 1 ' S a ' . , , 3 7 ' . . r ' . , . 1 U ' ' - r . . , r - . . ' ' 1 1 I a 1 l . ' . r , , . I - - - . . . , , Crags and Crests Don't faint, Mr. Cortright, Armund will run up the curtain before the villyan moiders the girl. Come out of that box, Jimmie Fowler, you can't hide there. We'll give Helen Fecht a tin medal for protect- ing Mr. Cortrightg but Evelyn Freed gets a reprimand for gloating in a serious situation. . . The stage crew-jim Fowl- er, Evelyn Freed, and Armund Witham, with Bernadine Varley of the property committee standing left helped make the Dodger annual assembly a success. Miss Beatrice Strom and Miss Mary Cruik- shank, publications advisers, are standing H091 -those seated and the group behind the davenport were the able cast of "Now and Foreverf' a skit suggesting the permanent value of a yearbook. Left to right: Mau- rice Tierney, Georgeanne Sittig, Mary Eleanor Tierney, Roy Jensen, Dennis Fitz- gerald, circulation manager and program chairman, Betty Hazelwood, Betty Burn- quist, editor, John Bice, Betty Ann Gar- lock. Standing: Helen Houge, Kathryn Cooley, Evangeline Kiefer, Tom Hill, Billy Wilkinson. Glen Grazier and John Rhodes presented a ventriloquist stunt between acts. . . Hearts are trump! The Scandinavian boys are going to brush up a bit. Carl Eklund, left, is the night man, Paul Lutz cares for third floor, John Olson, engineer, works on heating and ventilation, Head Janitor Ed Adam- son supervises the entire staff, Carl Kal- lansrud is assigned to second floor, Oscar Dahlien drives the truck and is general utility man, and Edwin Gustafson takes care of first floor. . . Frances Halpern, Oriental spell-binder. . . The G h a n d i boys, Ernie Zuerrer, Frank Barry, and brother, Kenneth, on a fast-a fast race to see who can shovel in the most grub. . . Lowland Darts Katherine, we didn't think yould ever be a porch-lounger. . . The man of the wide open faces-Stuart Peterson. . . Oh Art! Oh Art!-just Miss Maagis favorite pas- time. . . Lucille and Ruth are bound to rise, theylre half way up the flag-pole already. . . Betty thinks that sitting on a paper cutter will make her sharp in Latin. . . Chet Hanson and his little worm- turners. . . It seems that the world al- ways leans on the little fellow-Bernadine Varley at the lower end of the hypote- nuseg Charline Christiansen, Virginia Wfilliams, last, not least, Ruth Heggen. fiioj llighluml Flings Even if the old gentlemen don't agree on everything it seems that Bob and Kiffy do. "Copperhead" was a Civil War play directed by Miss Dorothy Horton for an assembly in honor of Lincoln's birthday. Charles Maher, Frank Marlow, Robert Marsh, Kathryn Cooley, and Robert Stewart were highly praised for the grip- ping way in which they held their audi- ence. . . Back Row - Virginia Miller, Doris Johnston, Mary Bevans, Margaret Phelan, Sterrel Kallin, Pauline Prang, Delores Beckel, Georganne Sittig, Ferol Fellman. Front Row- Mary Sinnott, Betty Murray, Ramona Frampton, Le- L1111 nore Gormally, Nina Maricle, Mary Eleanor Tierney, and Lois Dittmer as- sisted Miss Catherine Cruikshank by be- ing study hall librarians. . . Here's our own cute little Glen Bell. "Something fishy about that picture.,'. . Second cous- in to the Mad Hatter-Marjorie Lan- phear. . . Hey Mr., want to see your portrait sketched? See Jim Lucas. . . Don Madole ready for an open air lecture on "Evanescencef'. . Thirty-two wooden men do what no human man has ever been able to do to Sam-they almost stump him. A little credit to Rob Reuben. Two hours gone-two hours to go. KNOX 1 XX e haye noblhty wlth us well, at l ast, celeblltles Ralph Nlchols and Norman Cooper elected presxdents ln the1r fnelds at Stat Teachers cTOl'lXCI1Il0l1 Roy 7 Kent Damon takes mtra school Tennls Tournament wlth Tom Ken yyoxthy one set b hlnd A loye match? New 7 luents fmd out hxdden flets mout us Cto out lntens delwhtl wmen they go to 1' T A c lsses l'Xe1y 8 XX ent way down yondel l1'l the LOIDTI l wnth Brown ubnlee Slngers WON 9 Dodgels sent XVest XX atel loo east yvlth the short end of 1 6 0 sco1e I ma K hh 1-. N? 'Xen 10 I nrst school danee ends footblll st lson vuth nee eream n eyery thlng 'Noy 70 Bob Vulsem 1nd Qhuele Pnele fold made eo LZIPIRIIIS of 1935 footblll team It annual banquet NOX 7 Does footllghts dxess su t me letots nude Seyenteen le s 1ool play elnch Of LOLIISL tetoxs should eome fnst Ol should they 3 e Nle n Ill XII Sl o t1s11l'le1n ln tyyo noted 1ut1o11 1' o f 1 00 000 I e 3 Res lrch Telm f hlgh sehool students began XVI'1t1l1g s hool s h1sto1y IDI! 6 Mrs D P1r1eBeye.1 lectured on hex tmyels Dle 7 Cagers lost opener to Ames D1 e 1 1 Teachers entertamed themselves mt Chrlstmas party Dte 14 Swnmmers came out ahead when they' defeated North Des MOINES 47 '7 XVl'lllL the cagemen bowed to them 1311 15 Second all sehool dance, C hrlst mas party, was held Whlle matmen llbored to defeat Sac Cxty 48 0 Dee 70 The afternoon was taken by the Bug Dodger Assembly 1n wh1ch a four lct play was presented The bxg chorus and the orchestra gaye a muslc concert Ill the ey LI1lI1g Both were en1oy ed by 111 D1 e 71 The matmen are COITllI1g out on top fpunW9j They took Valley une tlon 74 8 Good yy orls men '14 X I 1 l. 1. 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' 1 ', 1' ' D11 . 2. 1 rsserly' 1 wed on the 1 -.T ate 1 l: o Q "gl r' ' ' Q l "tics, T' OJ 112 I3 y 5 AN 4 Matmcn take Iowa Trammg Z4 16 IAN 11 Wrestlers down East Waterloo AN 15 Sac Clty wrestlers return home sadly donate a 37 3 vlctory AN 16 Freshles and Sophs agam are entertained by the one act play groups AN 18 Matmcn down Eagle Grove 39 3 IAx 22 Lose to XVebster C1ty cagjers ANI 25 We outwrestled Clarlon 27 10 Debaters won luther Tournament and scholarslups Now there ll be no ktcplng, them qulet AN 29 Turn about IS falr plav Boone XX e took you ln football you take us nn basketball 1113 FEB 1 Hoopsters take Storm Lake 28 19 FEB 5 Agam Dodgers add to thelr llst of scalps take Sac Cxty 33 19 FLB 7 Student Councll made plans for a conference wnth Ames Boone Spencer Iowa lralls and Webster C1ty FIB 8 Dodger matmen keep clear slate by trampling Cherokee 79 4 F115 9 Hal Stewart and other ex stu dents furmsh Valentlne Dance muslc m 1 gym fluttering wlth red hearts Swlm mers defeat Roosevelt 39 36 'gp sf " P FFB 13 Our letter assembly was held wlth blushes and xmpromptu speeches FEB IS 16 Wfrestlers to Cherokee ffor the tournamentj came home Knot m stralghtjacketsj wxth d1str1ct champxon s rp FEB 21 Spooks' The murder of Roger Ackroyd was untangled by Hercule POIFOI Qahas John Blcej and everyone whd when the doctor s ahbn fanled FEB 22 Our own Samuel Arkoff walks off as the wlnnah of C oratory FEB 22 23 Wrestlers placed second the state tournament held here si . - ' - X I - . . l , . 9 7 'N - a - r K ei V 1 - . 2 f ' i Z "' , ' ' ' - Aa- . .. -l ' U ' . S f V1 - V. xl v - y ' s ' isis: ' ' while we poor Seniors sfmly. Q ,I 1 . . ' - . s C . I , im I Y V7 7 - ii V I ,' . .Y . . . . . 1 '50 h' . . . . I h ' ' If Y YY 7 ff ' ',1 ' 5 ' J. . . . - . in l Thisllvdown , . un Frolu' "IX,-. A-5 1 ff r " - X V Q HCA H-S- l2P9l'6lTH V .lpr 115 HSM The old guard set a swell example for us students when they gave us this dignified program. Last Row-Lymie Green, Hock, Schwartzenburger Orth, Bloxie, Carlie Feelhaver, Razzle Dazzle Phares. Front Row-The Gum-Chewing Rooters fOr- phan Annie, Flora-Dora, Contrary Mary, Inge Borg, and Clara-just Clara, Eliza Fry Choy, is she hotlj, Evvy Cortright, Normie Cooper, and Elvy Chapman Qdunce to youj. XY'ay Out in Front- Kingfish XY'eiss. . . To some this might be a snow scene but to others it shows the size of the audience that turned out when XY'eiss decided to give a lecture. . . Our 33De5m 1 f. , I v I local zoo-the Northwest Mounted. . . Is this a study of wood against wood, Bill jones? . . Helen Kehm and Nels Isaacson don't seem to mind the cold. . . A strik- ing poster for a striking operetta Qno pun intendedj. . . How many of you can place this museum? Cl-lint-it's in the high schoolj. . . Four girl athletes-Le- nore Gormally, Olive Sheldon, Dorothy NYr'urtzer, and Elizabeth Muterspaw-out looking for a gymnasium. . . The Christ- mas dance-Look how thin the depres- sion's made Santa Claus Calias Morris Haskellj. Paul Ennis's band furnished the music. On with the extravaganza! H141 Bonny Wee Bairns Betty Hazelwood on an equine of a dif ferent hue. . . Bob Paulen stands be tween the Smith brothers, so he can makc sure it's Hod on his right and Herb on his left-or is it? . . Miracle of the age Bob Reuben stands still long enough to take a picture with his sister Evelyn The Heggens ! ! Cue Ball Cknown to the faculty as Orloj has just had a shave Don't you think you overdid that reduc ing, Ruth? . . Charline Christenson was a well-behaved youngster . . Esther Jaques showed a certain tendency from the start. . . Sam "Zach" Arkoff vocif- erously orating for zippers instead of saf- 51151 ety pins Arendt they cute? Don t worry Wally they say that beautiful babies make ugly men and voica voica We had to stand beside the radiator for hours after gazing at this chilling picture of Loretta Corey Our defectixe brings in proof of one of Ruth Waddell s secret habits Be brave Billy the Pos ters won t harm you They only throw tht Marjorie Lanphear believes in work ing her way up from the bottom Bruce Hanson sings Oh once I was se- rious but now I m -foh well ask any- bodyj. Bruce models new Paris fads. Hoops are coming back-or so he says MARCH 1 Cagers squelch Eagle Groxe MARCH 2 Debaters wxn dnstrlct tourney EDD ON lb MARKH 8 Sw1mmers end perfect season by downmg Cedar Rapnds S4 21 Cagers yn m sectronal tournament Debaters must haye made more nolse than other teams for they vs on the Drake Tournament and three more scholarslnps J' MARCH 16 Hoopsters lose m fmals of dlstrlct to Forest Cxty Tough luck MARK H 19 Student Councnl Conference 1 bug success At Webster Cltyf 1n 1936 MARK H 28 State speech contests ohn Rhodes wms oratory contest Ruth Hcg gen second ln extemporaneous Debaters wm more honors A1 R11 1 Gun Shy chosen Senlor Play APRIL4 S Babes IH Toyland presented Best operetta glven here Cooper APRII 6 Speedsters slxth at mdoor meet APRIL 15 Trackmen w1n Stuart relays APRIL 18 At last' Sprlng vacatlon APRII 20 Tenms team t1es Eagle Groye Golfers trample Webster Clty Trackmen AI RIL 27 Mxle team fourth at Drake MAX 4 Trackmen flrst at Tstherulle MAX 10 Gun Shy senlor play pre sented a hnlarlous take off on retxred blg game hunters and escaped l1ons MAX 11 Last all school dance Dxstrnct track meet here MAY 18 Trackmen go to state meet MAX 77 Red Letter Day for lettermen 'VIAX 73 At last sensors are out of school' Senior Banquet fOI1lgllIl MAX 76 SC.l1l0I'S MXX 77 mort Mu 7'-I MAX 79 Strmon dclnxtred to quaklng Cllss Dly SLIHOFS qualtt no Commcnctmtnt Our llst tlly Sltpt ytny lltt lll Q I . . . 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INORIJXIAN PM mal lflm umm Lmursutx of Imma Umursxty of California FRID N COOPIR Afbldn Coach College of Amcrlcan Gymnastlc Unxon NIICKINSTRY Asmfant Coach Iowa State Tcaelnrs CollL3.,L UHIVCYSIIQ of Iowa UHIYLYSIIX of Southtrn Calnfornla C,xlHHuxl CRLJIKSHAMX Lllvrurmu Stlwol ol Ilbrlrllns UHIVLYSIIV of Iowa Nluu CRLIMH xxh Pulzlualmm Gr1nnLll inlltgt Chxcmw Umvarsntx UHIVLFSIKN uf Iowa Umuruly of Colmrul Dol: x H01 xmm Pulrlu 111 UIIIXLFSIIX uf Iowa C l1lLl5.,u Lnnxtrsxtx Columbia Unnnrsny WAI Tl R W1 Iss H13 x14 ul Igzlm alum Ion1 Start 4 ulltht Knut nn pntturtj C T Ft I 1 um 1 la Rc QlSffdf K D Muuk Sujfvruzlzmluft Class I 936 Back Row Delbert Wllllamson Frank Youmzdale Ernest Ulm Pdward Lam Lynn Irlsh Gordon W1ll1ams l-lfth Row Evangeline Klefer Mary Rummel Frances Moore Clifford Anderson Marlon Mlckelson Duane Rlchey John Hartqulst John Blce Eugene Rodenborn Hartley Nelson Val Maghee Francis Couxzhlon Carl Iyons Robert Gxenapp Karl Smlth Donald Cullberg Fourth Row Florence Came Mary Cousrhlon Helen Gleason Mxldred Hauser Farlme Southall Jack Langmade John Casey Edward Bock Alfred Rabmer Pdvuard Brevxer William Alshouse Wllllam Flsher Charles Anderson Harold Kullberg Third Row Dorothy Hollister Charlotte Rush Kathryn Harrmgton Dorothy Larson Ell McGowan Anna Anderson Pduard Rehder wllll3m Todd Jack Watson Stuart Smzth Ernest Zuerrer onald Roos Second Row lnez Chrlstlan Jean Norms Fvalyn McK1nley Barbara Thomsen Frances Ludgate Hassan Habhab Robert Anderson Delores Tyler George Schnurr Rlchard Leonard Bermece Schultz Arnold Lyders Emory Llnd Fwelyn Osmanson Vlvlan Damon Douglas Dunsmoor James Johnson Mildred Thatcher Betty McBane Jennle Vle Anderson Mavnard Kaufman Lyle Newsum Charles Lev Malcolm Robertson Frank Muterspavn ONE of the largest classes ever enrolled 1n Junlor College entered last fall as freshmen Of thxs group of one hun dred two, twenty two were carrymg one or more hlgh school subjects The general freshman courses 1ncluded French, Ger man, Enghsh, mathemaucs, psychology chemlstry, physlcs, and European hxstory The entlre class was unusually actlve ln the outslde act1v1t1es of the school, many takmg part 1n Le Cercle Francals, Dle Deutsche Ecke, and Slgma Alpha Phl Some have excelled 1n pubhc speakmg Ernest Ulm wlnnmg f1rst ln the state tournament ln extemporaneous speakmg, and ennle Vle Anderson bemg awarded flrst place locally 1n art1st1c readmg 1n the Jumor College The debate team made sex eral tours, reflectlng credlt on the school, two mem bers were unammously selected wmners 1n a debate broadcast from Ames Sam Arkoff won ln orlglnal oratory The freshmen have been well repre sented 1n athletlcs 1n the Junlor College A number of them were awarded letters 1n basketball and football, and others have been promment ln swlmmlng, tennls, and track, mlnor sports on the calendar Freshman Thesp1ans f1lled ten roles ln the un1or College presentatlon of the mystery play Al1b1 In the hlgh school and un1or College operetta, Babes m Toyland, two of the cast and two of the chorus were members of the freshman class a faxr d1splay of talent In return for the sophomore partv, the freshmen entertamed thelr upper class men last November nn the model apart ment The theme of the party was Thanksg1v1ng, the decoratlons and food dxsplaymg the festnve colors Because of the splendld cooperatlon of the commlt tees m charge, the event was very success ful A large number of the students and faculty attended If wxth much pleasure H221 Of xrren, Melvin Essery.. Front Row- -Mavia Townsend, Dorothy Sternitzke, Joyce Stanbra, Ruth Hayward, , . . . . . . U . . ,, . , . . . . . V J . U . . . . . ,, , - . V . . . - V . . - Class 1 935 Back Row John Sulzbach Melvm Flsk Gus Peterson Glenn Orr Allor Crouch Charles Helleman Donald Gawtry John Thompson Rrhert Plsk Kenvon Bradt Louis Banchcr Fourth Row Francis Blomgrcn Rot Perkins Douglas Stowe Ferris Burleson Richard Northrup Dean Cavanaugh Wtndall Kohl Thlrd Rm Fufzene Cornell Erwm Jonzs Gzrdon Vllndtrs Theodcrc Watts Abraham Katlman Rlchard Hurst Th :ma Hurst Dale Rlchey Marun Pratt Darrell Wlles Second Rrvx Ruth Anderson Mildred Slmonson VIFLIHIA H I' l H t M Ihae P lI'rhrFr Kn4n V1ncentWlsh l'rontRuw Maur Of , f s 'I .1 V ' A Q ' .4 ' I . . ' 1 I V' I ' ll, D L - . . ' -' - ' ' . ' ' . ' - - I " A , N ,xi i v- I S' ' S' . .I , ' . . . V I . 5 -' . U , '. . - P ' 5 , n D 3 . A 'l I' armon, Ive yn ar y, iriam ' r.s, au ' a e , e zus e yr , ' a : . ' ' - 'o y Neudeek, Stella Jeanblanc, Elizabeth News-um. Elizabeth Mulroney, Mary Lucy Flaherty, Geraldine Mv- v I 1 lv - h 1 7 ' . . . . . . , ' u ' ' n ' , . Cahill Manurle Gllday Jean Hopkms Mamoru Madcle THE sophomores have glven evldence of possesslng qual1ty lnstead of quantlty Although the class conslsted of only forty fnve members, lt proved 1ts ab1l1ty to work d1l1gently unt1l It accom pl1shed 1ts alm Credlt must be g1ven to 1ts members for thenr frlendly and coopera tnve attltude toward all the freshmen The glrls 1n Slgma Alpha Phl proved themselves kind blg slsters, not only durmg thelr 1n1t1at1on but throughout the year, and entertamed them m a comlcal, though pleasant, manner on the dav the preps became members of the sorornty Bemg expenenced ln the methods of conductmg meetlngs, and 1n the customs of unlor College, the sophomores have taken a leadershlp nn the varxous business and soclal act1v1t1es, such as Dle Deutsche Ecke, Le Cercle Franca1s, and Sxgma Alpha Ph1 Most of the offlcers of these orgamzatlons are sophomores, and have been promlnent 1n the dramatlzatlon of French and German plays, and sorornty H231 programs They have made college assem blles lnterestnng and educatlonal, provld mg expernenced speakers and debaters In debate, extemporaneous speakmg art1st1c readnng, and espec1ally athletlcs, the class has become well known The speakers rece1ved ment 1n school contests In football and basketball, the sophomores were more than mdlspensable, thenr men were some of the best players on the teams, and helped galn the state basketball v1c torv for the college On the twenty second of October, thc sophomores began the soclal events of the year by gnvlng a party for freshmen The Commlttees worked dlllgently nn prepar mg a dellghtful evenmg Wlth attractnvc decoratlons and an lnterestlng program, the freshmen were very well entertamed Subjects generally studled ln the second year are Amer1can hlstory, calculus, chemlstry, phys1cs, and advanced courses 1n each of Engllsh French, and German THE College Student Council, advised by the Dean and one other faculty member, is composed of four representa- tives from each of the two classes. Back Row-Miriam Phares, Betty McBane, Darrell Wiles, Jennie Vie Anderson, Miss Ethel Shannon, adviser. Front Row-Ed- ward Bock, Donald Gawtry, Marvin Pratt, Stewart Smith, Dean Alfred C. Nielsen, adviser. . . Sophomores decided they would exercise true Scotch economy and conduct their many affairs with only three officers, Marvin Pratt, Marjorie Gil- day, and Jean Hopkins. . . Early last Sep- tember freshmen selected four young men, Robert McTigue, Edward Bock, John Bice, and Ernest Zuerrer, to guide the class during the year 1934-35. . . XVith Thomas Hurst flower leftl as editor-in-chief, the C!l1ll'KQl'CHll1I7IlS com- pleted another year of public appearances Council, Officers, and every other week in che Messwzger. The Campus' masthead presents the staff and their positions in a concise form. During the first semester Richard Hurst and Del- bert Williamson were associate editors. Anne Anderson Ccenterj and Richard Hurst were associate editors the second semester. . . The College Dodger Staff, Delbert Williamson, Anne Anderson, John Thompson, and Jean Norris, was responsible for the college section of the the yearbook. . . On alternate Mondays members of the College Campus staff could be found, struggling over leads and headlines. Back Row-K. Harrington, Miss Cruikshank, adviser, A. Anderson, F. Ludgate, Norris, Miss Holman, ad- viser, Hopkins. Eront Row-H. Hab- hab, Sulzbach, G. Peterson, J. Thomp- son, R. Eisk, D. NVilliamson, A. Rabiner, T. Hurst, and C. Anderson. I1241 Publications COIUICII, 0 cars, PIIIJIICHIIOHS COLLEGE COUNCIL Wlth brIngIng students and faculty IDIO closer Contact and managmg busIness and soclal affaIrs as the prImary aIms, the College CouncIl, advIsed by Dean Alfred C NIelsen and MISS Ethel Shannon, has completed another successful year PFCSI dents of the two classes Edward Bock, freshman, and MZFVIH Pratt, sophomore are ex OfflClO members To complete the roll, three other members were elected from each class enn1e VIe Anderson, Betty McBane, and Stewart SmIth repr sented the freshmen, whlle Donald Gaw try, MIrIam Phares, and Darrell Wlles upheld the sophomore honor At the fIrst meetIng MHFVIH Pratt was elected PFCSI dent, Darrell WIles, v1ce presldent and Jennle VIe Anderson, secretary treasurer CLASS OFFICERS MasculInIty gaIned a strong foothold Bock presIdent, Robert McTIgue, VICC presIdent, ohn BICC, secretary and Ernest Zuerrer, treasurer, to manage tliell' class problems The Sophomore Class decIded to have a smaller group managmg theIr dutles Ex perIence evldently was consIdered for MarIorIe Gllday was one of the offIcers of her class last year MHFVIH Pratt was chosen presIdent, ean HopkIns, VICC presIdent, and MarIorIe GIlday secretary treasurer PUBLICATIONS Although JunIor College has no cur rlcular Iournahsm department, lt has two IournalIstIC projects the College Cam pus and the College Dodger whIch gIve experIence to some twenty flVC wrIters 5125 YEARBOOK Each year a small staff IS responsIble for preparIng a sectIon In the back part of the hIgh school yearbook The College Dodger staff thIs year IS composed of Delbert Wllll2mSOU, edItor, Jean NOFFIS, assocIate edItor, Anne Anderson, college lIfe edItor, and ohn Thompson, sports edItor COLLEGE CAMPUS Every other week students Interested In IournalIstIc wrItIng presented the news of the school to the publlc on a page In the For! Dodge Mcsswzger and Claronlrlc, known to readers as the College' Campus Intervlews wIth promInent people, storIes of Classes, accounts of club meetIngs sports, humor, and scIentIfIC notes were prlnted In May the staff prepared a spe cIal commencement edItIon presentlng a resume of the school s achIevements MISS Mary Crulkshank and MISS Dora Holman Thomas Hurst, edItor In chIef was assIsted by three HSSOCIHYCS, RIchard Hurst, Delbert Wllll2mSOD, and Anne Anderson These four corrected copv and wrote headlInes In addItIon to wrItIng SIOFICS SUPPLEMENT For the commencement edItIon several new reporters were added to the College Campus staff Anne Anderson, oyce Stanbra, and Delbert WIllIamson were appomted to aId and advIse the hIgh school wrIters In preparIng theIr copy and to co operate wIth the advIsers, MISS Holman, MISS Adellne Sharon, and Mrs Clara B Dean, In preparIng Messenger copy C4 0 . - L ' - J when the Freshman Class elected Edward during the 1934-35 year. Advisers were . ' J . S D . ' . . J T Bock and Jensen, two officers of Die Deutsche Ecke. . . Div Dvzzfsrfae Iifke: Back Row-Johnson, Theisen, Jenson, D. Cullberg, Lindgren, Sulzbach, T. Hurst, Brokaw, Zuerrer. Second Row-Katz- man, R. Hurst, Burleson, Bancher, Stowe, Bock, Gienapp, Northrup, Bradt. Front Row-Miss Mauthe, Warner, Jeanblanc, Rush, R. Anderson, Thatcher, Sternitzke, Newsum, Hauser. . . Two other officers, Gienapp and Zuerrer. Lf' Cvrfla' Fl'llllt'1IiSC Back Row-Schmidt, Thompson, Wfat- son, Mickelson, Habhab, Dunsmoor, Ken- yon, Dale Richey, Robertson, K. Smith, Rabiner, R. Anderson, Leonard, Xlfiles, C. Anderson, XY'inders, Casey, Blomgren, M. Fisk. Second Row-Phares, Hollister, M. Coughlin, Moore, I. Hurst, S. Smith, Nel- son, XVilliamson, Bice, Schnurr, R. Fisk, Rummel, Christian, Newsum, R. Ander- son, Gilday, Hayward, McCahill, Mrs. Longfellow. Front Row-Madole. Lud- eifffr if Clubs mr' Ojfirvrs gate, Claypool, Burnquist, Norris, Os- manson, A. Anderson, McAnally, Tolen, Neudeck, Larson, McBane, Damon, Kief- er, Hopkins, Tyler, Harty, Townsend. . . Calfilzvfz Back Row-Flaherty, Phares, Front Row-Kenyon, Thompson, Wiles. . . A scene from the play presented by Le Cercle for a college assembly. . . La Sf'.x'fr'f1'e Frm1f'aisf': Osmanson, Claypool, I. Hurst, A. Anderson, McCahill, Stanbra. . . R. Anderson and Harty, Sigma Alpha Phi officers. . . Sigma Alpha Phi: Back Row-Tolen, Ludgate, Theisen, Mc- Gowan, Norris, Thatcher, McCahill, J. V. Anderson, Miss Shannon, Sternitzke. Sec- ond Row-Jeanblanc, Hollister, R. An- derson, Rummel, A. Anderson, Kiefer, Neudeck, M. Coughlin, Larson, McBane. Front Row-Harrington, Phares, Madole, Christian, Hayward, Moore, Newsum, Townsend, Harty, Hopkins. . . Flaherty and Madole, Sigma Alpha Phi officers. Uzaj Campus SOCIPUPS To provIde socIal actIvItIes for collegIans but more specIfIcallv to advance the general knowledge of some department the Fort Dodge IunIor Col lege has three clubs DIe Deutsche Fcke German Le Cercle FFHHCZIS French and Sxgma Alpha Phl a sororIty Once each month these groups meet In the musIc room or In the model apartment for aI Informal eyenlng and for refreshments Fach of the clubs has several projects At some tIme durmg the year each presents a program before a college ass mbly L C rcle Francans provldes prlzes for thc best projects prepared each year by stu dents of advanced French The annual banquet In honor of the football men and a Mother and Daughter Tea are sponsored LE CERCLE FRANCAIS Le Cercle FrancaIs has completed IIS thlrd year of successful lIfe In advancmg the knowledge of French and of France Programs of French sIngIng and talks on varIous IndustrIes and scenes of France were presented durmg the year The French club presented IIS annual unIor college assembly program on anuary 25 Wlfh songs by the sextette and a play Nous Verrons castIng MIrIam Phares Malcolm Robertson MelvIn FIsk Fdward Law Betty McBane Evelyn Osmanson Ruth Anderson Evangelme Klefer ennIe VIe Anderson Marlan McAnally and MHFIOD MlCkClSOH In the varlous parts For the AprIl meetIng the club held IIS Guest NIght especIally for parents The club s last meetIng was a pIcnIc For of fIcers the club elected Darrell WIles pres1dent john Thompson vIce presI dent M1r1am Phares secretary Mary Lucy Flaherty treasurer and Fergus Kenyon sergeant at arms for the year 5127 DIE DEUTSCHE Eclst. To pres nt an opportunlty for speak Ing th German language to cultIy ate a groyy Ing Int rest In present day Germany In IIS peopl IIS hterature musIc and art Ieads a part of the constItutIon of th newly orgamzed DIe D utsche Fcke German songs and talks about Germany were features of th programs Or Aprll 5 the club presented a program for a unIor Colleg assembly The geography of Germany muslc a German dIalogue D Ankunft a one act play Wlth Thomas Hurst Barbara TheIs n Fmory LIndgren St lla nsen Katherme Har IIngton Dorothy St rnItzke and RIchard Northrup and part of an old German dan e Schaffler Tanz In natIve cos s n was pres1dent thIs year Frnest 7uer rer vIce pres1dent Robert GIenapp sec retary and Edward Bo k treasurer MIss Katherme Mauthe advlsed the club SIGMA ALPHA PHI The Jumor College s oldest club IS Sxgma Alpha PhI Once a month th1S group of co eds meets In the model apart ment for a dInner and an Informal meet Ing Perhaps theIr b1ggCSt event of the year IS the annual football banquet all plans of whlch are made by the club ThIs year the club feted the grIdmen on De cember S March 15 was selected as the date for theIr unIor College assembly and St PatrIck s Day was used as a theme Wlth IrIsh songs dances and lIterature com prIsIng the program Another Important ey ent was the Mother and Daughter Tea May 1 OfflC6fS were Mary Lucy Flah erty pres1dent MarjorIe Madole VICE pres1dent Ruth Anderson secretary and Evelyn Harty treasurer MISS Ethel Shannon advlsed the organIzatIon agam . . . H y I . 2 - - . e , . Y , l A 1 - . S . V, T . 4 ' 29 9 a . . as I ' - 1 , 1 Q , , L , I n- g e ' ' 2 . . U , X c e . I I . 7 I I i 4 I .a I ' 02 . " K ' I 7 l . . 5 7 7 e V. e If iq 73 - ' u - 4 M T , 'S ' ra 1 V U .. , - , , - ' , 2 I JS , - G ' I 1 9 9 , , A fl 3, ' ' - q u v , , bY Slgma Alpha Phl- tume composed the program. Stella Jen- ? . - T. A - . . 7 ' S 9 ' . . . . 5 5 I - . . . . , . J , . . - , . I . . ,, ,, . . . . a I 3 9 1 1 - 9 I I 5 " , A ,J . , Q J . . . . , , , - . 1 I l 1 . n 1 s " , . . , . . . . - 7 . , . , I . . - .Q 7 ' ' Va 9 ' S I S S I 3 I S , - , " ' . . Spore h APllUlllPS EXTEMPORE SPEAKING In extempore speakmg Ernest Ulm was sent to the Iowa C1ty Forensnc Meet after takmg f1rst place 1n the local unlor Col lege Extempore Contest wlth What Concluslons May Be Drawn From the I-Ilstory of Federal And to Educatlon 1n the Umted States Mr Ulm was awarded flrst place at Iowa C1ty after dellvermg a speech on Can a Satlsfactory Formula Be Dev1sed as a Falr and Workmg B1s1s for the Dlstrxbutlon of Federal Grants to the Varnous State and Local School Dls tracts Although Sam Arkoff won the Fort Dodge contest ln or1g1nal oratory wlth A Plea for My People LOUIS Bancher rep resented the school 1n the forensrc meet Mr Bancher speaking on Whatsoever a Man Soweth was ranked close behmd the state wxnners DRAMATICS Under the d1rect1on of Everett S Cort rlght the Jumor College th1s year pre sented Ahbx a three act mystery drama from a book by Agatha Chr1st1e The play dealt wlth the mysterlous death of S1r Roger Ackroyd Susp1c1on fell upon the majornty of the famlly and guests Fmally Hercule Po1rot successfully solved the case and proved Dr Sheppard to be the murderer a man whose cleverness was useless even when he used a dlctaphone to make It seem that S1r Roger talked after he was dead john Blce as Hercule Polrot JCFIHIC V1e Anderson Flora Ackroyd mece of S1r Roger Evangelme Klefer Mrs Ackroyd S1r Roger s snster ln law Evelyn Osmanson Ursula Bourne amaxd Edward Bock the butler Abraham Katz man Geoffrey Raymond the secretlry Marjorne Gnlday Caryl Sheppard the doctor s s1ster Ierrls Burleson Snr Roger Ackroyd Robert Anderson Capta1n Ralph Paton John Casey Dr Sheppard Alfred Rabmer Inspector Davles of the Engllsh pollce Geraldme McCah1ll Svbll I-Iammond a lawyer and Betty Lou Evans Margot Polrots French mald were nn the cast DEBATE The newest thlng 1n thus year s debate schedule was a radlo debate between Ernest Ulm and Alfred Rabmer and two Iovs a State College students on Resolved That the Present Day Use of Cosmetlcs rs Detrlmental The decnsnon determmed by letters from hsteners was unammously rn favor of the Fort Dodgers In a suc cessful season of debates agamst such schools as Buena Vlsta of Storm Lake Northwestern unlor College of Orange Cxty Western Unxon College of LeMars Cornell of Mount Vernon Waldorf unlor College at Forest C1ty Mason CII, Junlor College Unlverslty of South Da kota at Vermlllnon South Dakota Yank ton College at Yankton South Dakota and Mornmgslde College of Sxoux Cnty team argued the off1c1al questlon Re soly ed That the Varlous Natxons Should Agree to Proh1b1t Internatlonal Traff1c 1n Arms and MUHIIIOHS at the State Meet and won half of the1r arguments In thls contest john Bnce and Jack NVatson represented the afflrmatnye and Darrell XY 1les and Ernest Ulm the negatrve ARTISTIL RLADNG From a large group of artlstlc readers 1 prehmmary contest selected sex en stu dents to FCCCIXC further trammg nn prep aratlon for a fmal eontest to detemme the person to compete m the State Meet ennle Vle Anderson vyon the fmal eon test 'md plaeed hxgh II lovm C xty Llas . e , A 3 9 3 77 ' 7 9 J - 4 ' If . 3 3 , . , . 1 3 3 . ' 73 . . . . . , fl ' , . . A . f Y " : L - . ' 3, , . . ,, . . . ' 9 , . . . . H ' s as ' ' A j - . N 5 a . , J 7, ' . . 7 . , 3 7 . 7 7 I , . . 7 ' Q J -I ' l . . . 3 7 ' , - u ' ' as 9 9 , , . . . . 1 3 7 Q 1 Q n 1 . . . the flrst afflrmatlve and fxrst negatlve . . . ,, . . ' . . f : ' e . 7 1 Q . . . . . ,, 3 y . . 3 . . , . . Y A VI- 1 1 . . 9 - ' 5 9 9 7 a ' 1 9 s ' F ' I ' ' . ' I 1 1 1 . 7 , ' " , 4 4 - I 7 3' Y - 3 9 9 F 0 ' S . W I D 1 9 4' ' ' r 1 1 1 . V. 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 v 9 1 Q ' ' ' ' 7 1 1 1 - r 1 ' - 1 I 1 ' ' 5. ' , . I ' 1 ' 71 1 'I .7 - V F' r ERNEsT ULNI, after a most successful record in public speaking in high school during the past two or three years, entered junior College and con- tinued to bring in honors. Besides being a member of the regular debate team, Ernest competed in extemporaneous speaking, winning the local contest with "XVhat Conclusion May Be Drawn From the His- tory of Federal Aid to Education.'. . In original oratory, Fort Dodge Junior College was represented in the Iowa City Forensic meet by Louis Bancher. Sam Arkoff, who was ranked first in the local college contest, was declared ineligible for the state contest because he lacked the re- quired number of college subjects. . . "Alibi," the annual production of Junior College, was presented February 21 with John Casey, Edward Bock, Alfred Rab- iner, Marjorie Gilday, Ferris Burleson, Jennie Vie Anderson, John Bice, Evange- line Kiefer, Robert Anderson, ilxelyn Osmanson, Geraldine McCahill, Abraham Katzman, Betty Lou Evans, and Malcolm Robertson cast. . . Students doing de- bate work posed for a picture. Back Row -Hassan Habhab, Ernest Ulm, Gordon W'inters, Darrell XViles. Front Row-AL fred Rabiner, john Bice, jack NY'atson, Edward Bock. Of the eight men, six are freshmen-Habhab, Ulm, Rabiner, Bice, W'atson, and Bock-many of whom had experience in high school debating. . . Finalists in the local artistic reading contest included: Back Row-Joyce Stanbra, Ruth I-Ieggen, Katherine Har- rington. Front Row-Jennie Vie Ander- son, Delbert Williamson, Geraldine Mc- Cahill. Betty Lou Evans, another finalist, is not in the picture. Ruth Heggen, like Sam Arkoff, was declared ineligible for the state contest because of lack of suf- ficient credits in Junior College subjects. Speech Activities fizvj Cheer Leaders and Student Managers lRhd d T0 student managers of ath letnc teams come some of the hardest Jobs that are connected wxth the athletlc pro gram jobs of wh1ch few apprecnate the true value Student managers are the ones who must check equ1pment 1n and out the dressmg rooms after the squad has t lt IS they who look after the general fmfort of the team They must have the Pventh sense that warns them concern g what needs to be done wlthout be1ng told In fme the1r job IS to do everythmg posslble to a1d the coaches or the team Thls year the Junlor College squads were fortunate 1n hav1ng two people who served fa1thfully durlng the season In the fall Gordon W1nders was caretaker of the football squad for basketball Fd ward Rehder was selected to be general handyman CHEER LEADERS Early 1n the year the Student Counc1l selected f1ve cheer leaders Mnrlam Phares Ted Watts Malcolm Robertson Mlldred Thatcher and Jack Watson When the last three named resxgned the group be came a tr1o wxth Jenme V1e Anderson who was selected to f1n1sh the roll At each football game of the Fort Dodge Junlor College these three could be seen perform mg queer gymnastlcs and exercxsmg the1r lungs yellmg as loudly as they could and leadmg enthuslastlc college rooters Dur mg the basketball season they fa1thfully contmued the1r work and d1d much to contr1bute to the enthuslasm whlch BASKETBALL MEET Bemg host to the state Jumor College Basketball Tournament February 27 and 28 and March 1 was one of the honors awarded to Fort Dodge Jumor College thls year Besxdes havxng a team wh1ch won hlgh honors 1n the tournament the college had many students who partlcx pated wxthout recognltlon from the pub hc those who alded 1n runnmg off the tournament Marvm Pratt pres1dent of Student Counc1l appomted John BICC as captam of the crew who checked equlp ment who not1f1ed teams when they were to play kept scores and records and who were generally helpful As asslstants he had Paul Fraher Donald Cullberg Melvm Flsk Robert Fnsk Douglas Stowe and Alfred Rabmer Robert Stewart kept score of the games won and lost Ernest Zuerrer checked towels to the players Robert Anderson was errand boy and Ed ward Bock and Ernest Ulm kept the scoreboard for each game of the se1son Usoj Rhfffs E E EEE Edwarc e er Jennie Vie Anderson, Malcolm Robertson, Miriam Phares Gor on Winders 7 who must collect towels, and straighten greeted successful plays of both teams. ,b : I . . , O u ,Y . - . , l I s U I - . , . it ' N . -1 . . . 3 S J ' ' . . 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In Intra mural sports thIs year the unIor College had a tennIs tournament a swImmIng meet and a wrestlIng meet Last fall Douglas Stowe won the tennIs champIonshIp by defeatlng Robert An derson In a tournament that attracted enght players In the sprIng Douglas Dunsmoor Won the 126 pound champlon shlp by defeatmg Thomas Hurst Robert Anderson 130 pound champIon beat Hassan Habhab wIth a tIme advantage and MelvIn Essery threw FrancIs Blom gren to wIn the 145 pound champIonshIp In the 155 pound bout Douglas Stowe threw Hartley Nelson and In the 165 pound class R Jensen threw Clayton Core Charles HeIleman took the 175 pound dIvIsIon by defeatmg Robert SchmIdt In the heavyweIght class Edward Bock for meet was held also MUSICAL ACTIVITY In addIt1on to an annual play the JunIor College took part In the hIgh school JunIor College operetta In VIctor Herbert s Babes In Toyland thIs vear s mus1cal fantasy the trouble of two young people persecuted by theIr WlCkCd uncle could not seem quIte tragIc because of the gay ImagInatIve scenery background ClIfford Anderson Tom Tom one of the chlldren of the Old Woman who lIved In a shoe and Ernest Zuerrer as R0dCf1gO saIlor suItor of Mrs PIper had leadIng parts In the chorus were Anna Anderson and Dorothy SternItzke Other mus1cal attractIons for unIor College students were band and orchestra Among the band members were Dorothy SternItzke Carl Lyons ErwIn ones Del LIIIJ bert XVIllIamson Ted Watts Those out for orchestra were Ted Watts Jenme VIe Anderson Carl Lyons Delbert WIllIam son EFWIH ones and Marjory Neudeck Ruth Anderson was accompamst for many of the hIgh school mus1cal actIvItIes A unIor College quartet Ernest Zuerrer Donald Cullberg Cllfford Anderson and Robert McTIgue appeared a number of txmes In publlc performances GIRLS A FHLETICS GIrls of the college spend most of theIr extra tIme on basketball and baseball DurIng the wInter twenty three gIrls Wlth MISS Florence Nordman dIrectIng practIced every Thursday for an hour WIth sprIng they swItched to baseball SCIENCE LIBRARY DurIng thIs year word was FCCCIVC that unIor College chemIstry and phvs classes of last year who had taken a na tIonally conducted test had ranked well above average In both dIvIsIons In chem Istry three of the Fort Dodge students were ranked among the hIghest two per cent For reference work college students have access to the hIgh school lIbrary under the dIrectIon of MISS Catherlne CruIkshank Here wIth many books on hIstory psychology scIence and WIth novels and bIography for EnglIsh In ad dItIon to many current magazInes stu dents may gaIn much InformatIon of a general character and for term papers From Buena VIsta College at Storm Lake at the begInnIng of thIs year came Alfred C NIelsen to be dean of the Jumor College He succeeded Dean E W Thornton now at SIOUX Falls S Dak I . , . . - . , - Q I ' ' I .' ' . ' . . , . . , J , . D - I ' . , , - , l 1 3 5 ' I 7 , 7 - I - " I 1 . - 3 I - . . , . 0 feited to Robert Stewart. A swimming J . . tg: . , - 9 I f ' - - 9 ec ' 9: ' 9 . 9 1 3 l, . . . I . n , . u n , , I 0 , . , , a u 1 p , - n 4 u I y v , , - ' 9 . s s . ,I I ' - 9 f I a - - Athlettc Coaches COACHJ A MCKINSTRY The success of th1s years basketball team 1n wmnmg the conference cham pxonslnp for the th1rd consecutlve year and the state champlonshlp for the fxrst trme proves J A MCK1nStfY s basketball coachnng ab1l1ty In add1t1on Coach Mc Klnstry has charge of the ends ln football ATHLETIC DIRECTOR FRED N COOPER Dur1ng the years the football team has been dlrected by Head Coach Fred N Cooper only one team has lost more than one game per season a really br1ll1ant record Besxdes h1s outstanding work ln football he handles the pos1t1on of Ath let1c Dlrector w1th fxne efflcxency ASSISTANT COACH WALTER WEISS Coach Walter WCISS developed another prof1c1ent backfleld last fall and also had charge of the physical educatlon classes 1ntra mural athletlcs and the mlnor sprmg sports ASSISTANT COACH RALPH BASTIAN Servrng h1s f1rst year on the staff Coach Ralph Bastlan was a welcome help 1n tutor1ng the hue 1n football ASSISTANT CoAcH L E I-IocKEY Coach L E Hockey deserves great credlt for handlmg the enormous amount of equ1pment used ln both football and basketball for Junxor College players JOHN B GOUGH It was w1th the deepest regret that Fort Dodge Jumor College alumm and faculty learned of the death thxs sprmg 1n Call forma of John B Gough In 1929 under the guldance of Mr Gough as Dnrector of Athletlcs ln the Junlor College the Fort Dodge football team took the Hawk eye Jumor College Conference cham pxonshxp and the State Tltle H1s basket ball team that year fhls flrst as the Iumor College head coachj fxmshed second m the State Tournament The followmg year just before he ac cepted a posltnon nn Callforma he agam turned out a conference and a state cham pronshlp football team In basketball that year the Dodger team took flrst place 1n the Northwest Iowa Champ1onsh1p Meet but lost ln the fmal round of the state tournament It IS due to the splendxd foundatnon land by Mr Gough and to the example that he set that later college teams have proved so successful To the memory of John B Gough former Athletlc Dxrector of the Fort Dodge jumor College we pay trnbute H15 work wlll not soon be forgotten Uv . l . . . , - . - . -' - ' 3 . . . . - - 3 . - . - - ' ' 9 . . , - o Q ' ' - . . . 5 . . . , . . . . . . , . . , . . . , - . . . . .. - , . . - . . . , ' 3 , . . . . . " . . - . ' 9 . 9 ' 9 I 9 K - ,-1 Football Squad Back R w Wlllarl lu-nn Gus Peterson Clayt n C re I1 hn Hartlul t Rlchard Leonard Rmb rt Schmidt Marvin lratt Karl Smlth Third Row C, a h Pnl N L ptr C rd n Wlnltrs Wxllns Brokaw Melvin 1' try lfrntst. Zutrrtr St mart bmlth Hartl y Ncl n 1' lvtarcl Rehlcr I hn lime Pdvuard Bock Coach Ralyh lla tlan S t nd R u ua h Walter Wu Arn ld Iydtr Wllllam Tmll D uglas Stowe Ha san Habhah Dfnall Cawtry John La y Prank Muur paw Wendull K hl Ccach J A McK1n-xtry Frtnt R w Rtx Ierkms Glenn Orr Dean Cavanaugl Lharl fs Hukman Douglas Dunsmoor Allor Crouch Qucnhn Bergrtn THE 1934 football team en joyed a hlghly successful season, wmnlng SIX games, losmg one, and ty1ng one The Panthers fmnshed second 1n conference compet1t1on, be1ng forced to relmqulsh the1r last years state and conference champlonshlps when they lost to Mason Clty, the1r successor to those honors The Blue and Whlre comp1led a brllllant defenslve record for the season ln that they were scored on only once 1n the1r e1ght games The boys earned 108 poxnts durlng the year agalnst the1r collectlve opponents seven The squad dlrected by Head Coach Fred N Cooper and ASSISIHHE Coaches Walter Welss, J A McK1nstry, and Ralph Bastlan, contamed only seven returnlng lettermen Captam Charles Hexleman, center, Robert Schm1dt and Donald Gaw try, tackles, Rex Perklns, quarterback, Glen Orr, end Dean Cavanaugh guard, and Wendell Kohl halfback VZCQHCICS were fllled by eleven lettermen from the strong 193 3 Fort Dodge hlgh school team, and Fam, a valuable newcomer from Em metsburg The Panthers encountered numerous d1ff1cult1es th1s year ln schedullng sultable opponents Many Iowa jumor colleges are droppmg football and concentrat1ng on basketball, and ln the future Fort Dodge Junxor College probably wnll be forced to look among the four year colleges for op ponents Esthervllle Creston, Sheldon, and Emmetsburg jumor colleges, all of whom have turned out strong teams ln former years, cancelled the1r games wlth Fort Dodge on droppmg the gr1d1ron sport, thus leav1ng gap1ng holes m the Panther schedule as It was planned SCHEDULE Ellsworth Clarmda Waldorf Albla Fort Dodge Fort Dodge Fort Dodge Fort Dodge D331 Elkader Buena Vlsta Reserves Mason Clty Buena Vlsta Reserves Fort Dodge Fort Dodge 1 Fort Dodge Fort Dodge 1 " 0 -A r"', , . , 0 u,.x t's, ' , me ', ' ' ' , ' . 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M11111 1115 11111111 11111115 11111111I1111I1' C011 Connnf.-nfs by Cgfuvh Cggppr fl'l17I11l01l, 111111 1111118 111,111 11 ,11111 111111 ROBERT SCHMIDT Tackle R11I1r1 11111 11 11 1111111 111 11111 lllllll 1r1 1111 A XIIIIKI 1 flflf 11111 111111 1111111 1201111111111 RhHDLR Guard I 1111115 11111 111111 111 llllg 111111111 111111 DOUGLAS STOXX I: Center 11111711111 1111 1 11r111115 111 11111' XV 1 1 1 11 11 , PIALST ZUILRRLR I-Ialfback HN tl 111111 1111111 1 11 11 ld a 11 OIL C11 11 1 171 lL ll H11 tl 1 71 1111111 1111 11111111111 11111 IX 1 FRANK MUTER511AW Halfback 1111111 11 1111 11111111111 111 1111 1111111 1111 111 ILYK 111,111 ,, 1, 1,11 1 11115111111 1,111 11111111 101,11 1 1111 1 11111 1111111111 11111111111 ld 1 11 11,11 1,111 1111111111 11 11111111 XYIII I 11111 TODD Halfbuck RILHARI1 Ll-.OINARD Fn H111 11111111111 111111 111111 1111 1' 1115 II1 III 11111 N11 111 II HN 71 1 111 1111 I 1 1 1 1 111 11 11111 Ioux B111 Pullbuk RLX A H1151 1111 111111 xlllftl H1111 171117141 1 111 II 1 71 1 1111 111111111 Il r1111 11 111 It 11 11351 C Ill 11 11111 1111 111 II 171 11111111 111 111 11111 111111111 lllllg 1111111 1111113 111111 ll 111111 11111111 111111 dl 111111 PERKINS uarterback R11 111 111 11 111 111111 11 1111111a111111s 11 1b1 111111 blX H11 1111111 IS 1111111111111I1 111 1111 1111111 X I I gm V X -fd? - Q 1 " . 1, Q J I g Q . ......,.--. 1-1- .W ., Q , , M ' 1 51. 9' 1 F ' h- N- 1 AI, 1 1 1 - I 1 ' ' ,I ' 'V 11 11 '1 1 3, V . . . u A K . .. 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Basketball Team BkR ty TddFdI Th FlRhl CoAcH J A MCKINSTRY s 1934 1935 Panther basketball team com plled the greatest record in the hlstory of the school The team brought the state championship to Fort Dodge for the f1rst time won the conference champlonshnp undefeated in yumor college competition losing only to the Drake Un1vers1ty fresh man team In the state tournament whlch was held at Fort Dodge the Panthers won the11 way to v1ctory through the toughest bracket in the tourney defeating two of the strongest teams 1n northern Iowa Emmetsburg and Mason City and the two southern Iowa leaders Albla and Bur lmgton During the season 1n winning eleven conference games and one non conference tilt and losing only to Drake the Blue and White scored 491 points to their opponents 342 and averaged 38 points per game as agamst the rivals 26 points The team was built from four return mg lettermen Gawtry Perkins Muters paw and Thompson three reserves from former years I-Ieileman Law and Blom gren three new men from Fort Dodge High School Crouch Jensen and Todd SCI-IILDULE Webster City Northwestern Creston Marshalltown Boone Drake Freshmen Fort Dodge Irort Dodge Fort Dodge Fort Dodge Fort Dodge Fort Dodge Fort Dodge Emmetsbu rg Ellsworth Boone Sheldon Webster City Mason Cnty Fort Dodge Fort Dodge Fort Dodge Fort Dodge Fort Dodge Fort Dodge Cherokee STATI' TOLRN AMI INT Fort Dodge Fort Dodge Emmctsburg Fort Dodge Albia I ort Dodge Wlason City Burlington maj ac ow--Coach J. A. McKins r , William o , 1 .aw, John ompson, Francis Blomzren, ,c c- fer. Front Row--Frank Muterspaw, Rex Perkins, Donald Gawtry, Charles Heilc-man, Allur Crouch. for the third consecutive year, and was - ' , ' a l - I . a 9 i s ' , ' Q 3 I 37 - ' 25 at 39 36 W 34 27 ' I 47 3, 9 1 1 38 s s 30 ssss 41 1 ssss s sssss 1 26 as 29 s 20 34 .. 25 so 40 19 43 ' st 3 8 A 26 37 45 ' 3 29 38 trt, as 3 21 42 ' ' 33 , 40 1 f ' 3 6 3 8 ' 3 6 3 3 34 ' Y 24 ALLOR CROUCH Forward Alilaough not a seormg star be uas 1111 alu able because 0 b1s team uorlz and ADKISSIIIQ He came tbrougb 111 the pmeb agaznst Alb1a FRANK MUTERSPAW Forward Small speedg and a crank sho! A zlrur ball laandler and when be u,a.s bo! 1 belgbfs H1 ibe sceond Webster C113 game CAPTAIN DONALD GAWTRY Center REX The lust gunmr eollege eenh r 1n Ioua H1 nas nof sfoppul all gear and uas 1111 blgb scorer or fbe season Hz reaebul bis pralz 111 lbr zrst Mason Czly game u1lb 21 12011115 An all stafe sale: hon PERKINS Guard The bar lzbone o flue learn His az orlle fm 11 u as 10 stop our opfrom nt s blgla sa orer C0111 A real 111 ensue slar Ae! 111 10115151 cnlly go! bls sbare 0 fbe P00118 Anof1Jer ll sfafe 5111111011 CHARLES HEILEMAN Guard U37 Bzg and asf He uas llze 1111111 o uzsne guard ana' a :cork horse on dt um also H1 eoulzl get lzaslzels ubzn llns urn me11111 rnosf Our fbml all sfale man Lk I B .vw 1 . A, 01-7-fs V V :gf I ,, A A y fs 1 . , ' t 'I I ' 1 , 1' ' 1 We' .2 Nj , . 6 I Ai ff ' V ' , ff ' V i , V K . K , G . - . . A . . . 1 . , f I U , , ft , Y . . . U . P ,, K I . ' J, Q, V v X g V, f' w , , . , , f , , , ,l I ' , ae '. ' - ' - .' . Jr l'01llt1I7,f be slapped. 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I, ' ,, ' ' , I I .31 . f' f. - . - ff'-'I' , , K ' - I H , ' 'U D K I Basketball Letterman WILLIAM TODD Guard and Forward Small bu! nugbfj A sc rapper uloo usualls 11151111171 neu, lgbf H110 tbf team on ,JIS entramc H110 fha game EDWARD LAW Forward He 11111 bf r1111u11121rc11 or the nag be 171111111 flu 1rsf Emmclslmrg game ou! o la ln T ll rangg and a gooal sbol U JOHN THOMPSON Center and Forward A rafralzlr rescru af rliber zenler or u ard His belglrf u as an arlzlezl aflz aniagc and ln 1a11s111 our opponenls no 11111 o Iroublf Rc sc fl, es ROY JENSEN Forward and Guard A playr zufb a lol 0 111111113 ubo IOHIFII llfe squad 111 1111 lllllllllt' 0 l1Je season H playd 111ze a uferan 111 the Burlmglon game FRANCIS BLOMGREN Forward A 11111115 oruanl fllllxlll 111s second sear on the squaa' Marv Pratt, a head himself, of the Sopho- more Class and Student Council, and maybe of the dress parade. . . This time it's a "Nose', and it's called Heileman, but why that outfit? W'e have no such activ- ity in college. But it must be remembered this was then, and not now. . . A few years ago we had a Don Gawtry, but now we have Gauba "grown up.". . Next we have a series of freshmen, high school. but nevertheless, still freshmen around the campus. Hassan, something gone right for you, I-Iabhab?. . Once a freshman, not always a freshman and Brewer was hoping then he would never be another one. . . You can rejoyce when you look over the past, Stanbra, but you too are at the beginning again, we are glad to say on a higher level, the third floor. . . Wise- man, Katzman will be leaving us this year. He still isn't much bigger than then. . . Inseparable then, so what now, Bock and Bice? They used to tune up now and then, but they never get flat anymore. . . Darrel didn't dream he would some day be quoting French and head Le Cercle now? . . Ted XVatt's frown is bigger now. "Perky" enough before he became ath- letically minded. A football hero to be and perhaps basketball too. . . Madame Longfellow, are you sure you know which forks to use? . . Uhm, hmm, Ken Bradt does speak "die Deutsch" and could prob- ably get by if he were to encounter some old friend. . . Core, you can play basket- ball, can't you? Well, we'll remember that for next year's champion team. . . Marj Neudeck's riding high, wide, and handsome, on one of her favorites. . . Here we have Ferris Burleson, a good look- ing chap, before he went into the photog- raphy business. . . Is Ernie about to orate, or is it just time out for Ulm? . . The Hursts, Tom and Dick, to be specific. 5 Our Hvmls Gus is through by the skin of his neck. . . This sextette can be seen on the way from Lanyon daily-first man, Jimmy John- son, Don Roose, or "Rosen to the gang, Harold "Sheik" Kullbergg on bended knee, Senator Anderson's own Charlie, Frank "Swede" Youngdale, a maiden's choice, and Emory Lindgren, their trusty driver, who was never late. . . Ed Brewer, barely supported by Bill Alshouse, before their habitual visit to Tom's Hamburger Inn between classes. . . Peep, peep! Cliff's car an ideal place in which to con- centrate, and records show that maybe it isn't such a bad influence. Who? you say. None other than Jean, Vange, and Jennie Vie. . . C. has Quill and Scroll officers -Joyce Stanbra, secretary, and Anna Anderson, president. . . Attention, it's Bob Stewart. Funny, isn,t it? No girls around. . . A husky looking bunch of college athletes-the W. A. A. Back Row r -Betty McBane, Dorothy Larson, Babs Theisen, Ellen McGowan, Inez Christian, Ruth Hayward, and Frances Moore. Sec- ond Row-Dorothy Hollister, "Pug" Os- manson, Charlotte Rush, Marj Neudeck, Anna Anderson, Vange Keifer, and Eve- lyn Harty. Front Row-Katty Harring- ton, Fran Ludgate, Jean Norris, Marney Madole, Miriam Phares, Jennie Vie An- derson, and Mavia Townsend. . . Marj Neudeck beating around a bush. . . A sneer and a laugh from Jack Sulzbach and Gus Peterson. . ."Feet first" Brewer. . . Editor Williamson's feet are up, but not on a desk. . . A good catch-four in one -Barry, Zuerrer, Maricle, and Brokaw, are calling it a day. Or is it the beginning ofa feast? . . How could Jack sleep when he knows that he has a 7:45 English class? . . Two of the "Saps" in girlish attire- St. Patrickis hairbows. . . A tip of the tricky wee cocked chapeau and it's Rush. Our F eats f139J I ulvmlar o Events SEPTI NIBER Sehool bey,ms 13,1111 At the fnrst assembly Superlntendent K D NIIIILI' yyeleomes the students and the neyy dem Alfred C XILISLH spealys brlefly LIISSLS hold eleetlon yy1th Mtryln Prltt Ind Idyy ard Boely pettlng, pI'eSldCI'1tl1I ehalrs Ie Cerele Ir1ne11s seleets Dlrrell Wales to poyern Vhry nn Prltt ehosen to euxde student eouneml D R A presents Broyy ll and Meneley and thenr ehlmes What fun' S A P mxtntes Cheerleaders Phares Watts Robertson Wat son and Thateher yy ork out 1n assembly OCTOBER Dr W O I-Iarless Iqxrst Presbyterun Chureh speaks on The Game of Llfe Gerald Gnvmg presents tray el talk for D R A an assembly Sophomores and faculty fete the freshmen NOVEMBER 1 md 2 Hohday yyh1le the teaehers conyene m Des Momcs Broyyn Jubnlee Snngers entertam D R A All sehool dance 12 Due Deutsche Eeke orgamzes and drayy s nts constntuuon D J I I-Iutchmson of IPIYSI MCthOdlSt Church speaks on What Shall XVe Be Thank ful I'or9 Ireshmen retahate md f.,lVC .1 party for the sophomores DECEMBER S13,m1 Alpha Phu honors grldmen yyxth the annual bmquet Chlrles Helleman elected honorlry eaptun for 1934 and Allor Croueh for next year Madame D Pme Beyea presents her D R A tray el talk Another all sehool danee Prehmlnary eontest rn artnstne readunf., for an assembly program tm Im 7 Students and te lehers forget books durms, Chrnstmas yaeltnon IAIXUARY I Stmley Broolyes mterprets Dnelyens on D R A progrlm A neyy semester beems Ie Cerele Irmeus presents 111 lssembly pro Aram IIBRUARY 8-Contestants nn extempore spelklm, eompete 5 5 m lssembly Thnrd all school danee Lrnest Ulm and Alfred R1b1ncr deblte Ioyya State College by radlo Sehool avy ards letters to 21 people Al1b1 IS presented by a eollege elst Assembly probram of oratlons by speeeh con testants MARCH Pmthers yynn state junnor eollege blslsetball t1t e I'mals m art1st1c readmg yylth enme X710 Anderson f1rst Jane Dudlev presents v1ol1n solos for D R A Slgma Alpha Phn entertams yy 1th Irnsh program at assembly 30 Ioyya Cxty forensne meet yy 1th Ernest Ulm capturmg flrst place nn extempore speakmg D R A mtroduces the Orpheon uartette APRIL Annual operetta Babes ln Toyland D1e Deutsehe Ecke presents nts fnrst assembly program 18 74 Sprmle, feyer orders a temportry y 1e1t1on MAY Slbllll Alpht PI11 Mother Dtuyjhter tel Annual I lunls Day no sehool Students hold annual blnquet Baeealaureate exerenscs for Q.,I'lLILlllll12., sopho mores Au reyonr to rll and 3,ood Iuely to the eI1ss yy h1ch IS graduated tonnbht INot at home on front door f140 . 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