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

 - Class of 1943

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We .ire proud to dedicate the 19-43 Dodger to thc Ql'lLlLl'lfLS of FDHS who are novx in tht irmtd serx ice of our countrx or x n r li 1 ir ut 1 11 U I Apu vi u me lrofl om ri dn lx nnvth bhi ion link Martin nil in x n ik Ji n en in Rm inlmrii l nh lirik kenny lirxlii Hmmm Nldgnu on lll 1 1 I i ri Allml C52 T 1 Al 'i Slil'2i. Jim Vzxnnm, M: 'k T Al, VV'l- lurxl Olhs n. Teeny Mills, rt M'lIs, Tr: gi-r litmus, Joh, Gustafson. Dvmiy Murphy, Huh l-Ilstiin, limi VVinsliiw, IJ-1 ' - , T Ju l' . 1- ' ' 'll , Th' Cl'tl-Iwi f.J1.-- -S ,l'-- 1- . Si iw-, 'A ' "-i" S- . l-'-i 'th liulu Johnson, lbi'k .I ihnsin, Art Johnson, llnl- Croft. l'hil lin 'h. Uivk G21 iry. Winlllilll Ml. E lt V Q S, f Z I i W ' Here we come! You e.1n't stop LIS. XVe're mad, hil.t1'ious. irresistible. XY'e've got wars i to win antl worltls to builtl. antl we're just the ones who can tlo it . . . XVIi'RIi THF fu , YOUTH Ol: Ahllflilfllv V . Heatls up, laugliing into the wintl, we go out into this grim worltl. just as our pretle- I M eessors of only two years ago rushetl joyfully from these tloors to .1 happy, peacetime life. A ' , so we le.1ve . . . eagerly, glatlly, as though lor .1 larlt . . . to go about our business of win- ' ' ning .intl lseeping tl1e peace. Ours is tl1e opportunity to builtl .1 better worltl than has been ' A , tlreametl possible. V The boys we know, vital. carefree, will soon be keen. tleeisive meng our girls. with their clean. young beauty, will be xxomen . , . waiting for their men . . . carrying on. W'e can wait for our happiness . . . college . . . homes , . . jobs. XVe can affortl to lose tl1e first untlimmetl sheen of youth. XVe ean take responsibility. .mtl be tl1e better for it, while there is a laugh on our lips to match the resolve i11 our hearts. Unless we ean keep smiling, we are beaten, for .1 worltl without joy is .1 worltl without .1 future. Come what may. never let LIS lose our bright banner of laughter. C63 S 41 EK rqccewll on . . . all of us . . . teachers and students, seniors and sophomores . . . we're all here . . . working together, learning together, liking each other . . . C35 ,97 K 'Y X 4 fo.. w 2 K vw Y 1 W4 wb f Q "5 ' . ' vi' , W ' 2 1 ' V . wi' , '3-511, iw ' 1 1 ' ' f N 'IV . 3" we A V X , 'K 'Q VJ' - A 1 Agwf 1' ', ' , '35 N? .91 ,iff Q ' ww 1. "u A X 4 saw Q6 af. 1095 M M As seniors we are different from those because we are graduating in time of war. lenged with the responsibility of securing who have graduated in the past. Yes, different And, as future American citilens we are chal- the kind of world in which future seniors can leave school with eager anticipation for the life ahead. Nve have set up very high standards-standards that we believe will be very hard to equal. lt is our wish that the under classmen will maintain or better these standards so that as alumni we can always hold up our heads and say, "We are proud to he graduates of lfort Dodge High School," f fy -, - Ill' - 01.111 If ' f President of the Class of '-H V ls -fl' il' Yi, . a 2 .P--3' BILL ALGOOI7 . . . lcliolalmlgi' rrurzw lfllf uiulum l1u.qi'r.t...Art Club: Chorus: Little Dodger. . Cil.l'NN ANIJI-CRSON ,..11is ilI7Il7i- fllllll i'un'fi ffm' My .. . Football: l5.1slwtb.1ll: Golf: Victory Corps, Air. ' MARIAN ANlll'.RbL3N,..illl irllwllllqrflf llllllil uilfv wim- mu kllltl . . . Victory Corps, l'rotluction. HAROLIJ .-XRKOVIL... ui' IIIAIX frnxqrl ufml fn' illif ln'rt', lfllf ur'll rlt'1i'1' furyqrf ufml fn' milf ZNWV...lI1ll'.'lI1lLll'.llS1 wvf.ll1glCfSQ Debut-g All School l'l.xy: Radio Announccr: One Act Plays: Chorus: Victrry Corps, Land. ' lilLl, ARMSTRONG . . .il'x Aqnmf In ln' VIIl'l'V'j milf Ulu' . . . l'ootb.1ll: NYrcstling: Ili-Y: lhnd: little llodgcr: Sttttltnt Council: Victory Corps, L.xntl. ' YYONNI1 ,'XRNlS'l'RONG... ifu' Ilfllf tlllllllf tIi'lXfl7.iIl4Q III .1 fvlliiinm-f.kt' 111tlumr...Viutory liorps, Protlutttion. ROSIZ LI-Qli ARNOLD ..., w frt"t nlliximlllii u1111tlrtf...Girl Rcservcs: Debuts: Un: Act Plays: A Cuppclln Choir: Orchestra: lhnd: Show Shop: Stutlcnt Council: Victory Corps, Production. ' ROBERT AULT . . . il lqnmf frllon ulrloug julloux . . . lntr.uuur.1ls: Victory Corps, Protluction. 9 KI-'NNI 'lill l5Al'zBlTT...I'n1 fini uv XLTIIIIIX Jw I funk. NIAR,lORlIf RAISCOCK . . . 11 umnl it ilfl .1 llliflltllllllll' fwurl . . . Latin Club: Victory Corps, Community. . LORRAINIZ HARKEN . .. turn' xiii ligfzlly nu lm' .wlrrmlilrrx . . . Orchestra. 9 ROGER BALD- NYIN . . . lali.u'f1ii'f it fviv llliiltlll' uufflt' . . . Football: Victory Corps, Land. lflDl'l'l'l ISANXX l-Ll ,.., lflit 14 urltl fmt ilugrlw .zll lun fru' :mil ZHVIIVII IK Ult'l'fl1lIllIlAQ...ll1Kl'.ll11lll'.llSQ Art Club 1Vicc Prusitlcnth: Chorus: Littlu Dotlgur: Student Council: Victory Corps, l..1ntl. ' MARY l5:XNXX'lfl.l ..,. lmrmr lim in fmllril Ioll...L.1tin Club tsccrctaryb: R11dioAnnouncur: Orchustrn: String Quartutg Little Dodger: Student Council: Victory Corps, Community. . RIANICIQ liAl'I'lf...lfvt luihfwi umum'r.x with ilu' ,Qwnllrvl lmlrl . . . Intramurals: Art Club: Library Club: Girl Rcwrvcs lVicc-Prusidcntj: Orchustra: Show Slwpg Girls' Chorus: Chorus: Big Dodgcr: Victory Corps, Community. III 'I' II ISARIBIR...1!11'111lL-1111 ff1111g1 11111111111f1l1 11111l 111111 f11y11111l M N11- 111111111., . I11lr.m1ur.1Ix, Sp.l111sI1 I IuI1: X nlnrx Kurpx, I'rmIuui11n. , 0 IIARRI ILXIQHI li . , . f11 1i11M1.f 11f1111 11lf111x 11111, 0 VIR- 4 qs, K1INI.X IS.Xli'lII'l l',.,1l11 11j1j1l111 f11111l1 .f.l1q111flx ...CI111rux. ' x I. 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Girl Rc- 1 scrvcs: Onc Act I'I.1yxg Orclwslraq Lirrlu Dodger: Student Council. 5 lg, CQIRAI IJINE ISICQKI-ORD . . . flflflllflg 11111I1I' .l1ll7If7L'lI 1111 1'11lf111i111111l " fur flff .... -X C.1ppclI.1 Cliuirg Opurcltng Liulu Iludgurg Yicmry ilurps, PFIILILICIIUII. 'H- ' hx ,ww ,,-.. Qt ,I l 41: gx, -fs. , .pq -vx T E . I1-XRI. ISl'I'I'Xl'R 11.111 1'11'1i 1f111l 111 1111w1f111j f11' f1111l 11 f111111l lu 5 1'x1'1'11l1'...Inrr.1mur.1Isg Vfrcsllaimgg I'1m1I1.xII: Hi-YQ Yicuiry Clurps, ff -, as I'rudL1clii111. 9 IJOROIIIY l'1l.ANC1K,..11111l 1111n1'1' lf11111 1:1111 J11' " ' j11v1l11l x11111'r1. 9 IHONIIA liOIJl'NS'llIfN...1l1il1111'l11111 uzffr 11 , I ' 1f1ff1'1'11111' .... - Xrt C Iubg All SuI11111I I'I.iyg One ,Xu I'I.xys: A ci.lPPCII.l P ,V - 'K Clwirg lnrlx' Suxlcucg Ciirlx' Cliwrusg Opcrutm: Sludcnt Cuunuilz 'I ' ' Snrplmizrniaru C,I.1ss 'I'rc.1surcr: Victory Lurpx, Clummunity. V X . ' Q j AL. .. K 7' I ISII HUMI.NI.-XN...11111l1111111.111111111111q.q11111.,.Inir.1m11r,ils A lxI.ll1.lgL'fll C1irIs' Llmruxg Yigwry furpx, I'ru1I11kli1m. . IJOR- .P j' UIIIY ISONXI I I 111l1'Il1g1'1111' 11111f .l1l14q11111' 111'1' f11'1' 1'f111'f 1111111 I I". ...Imr.1mur.lIs iNI.ll1.lj1L'FI2 C11rI Ri.-wrxu 1'IirL-.xmrurbg Art Clubg ' A Ilulutug Om .-Xct I'l.xyig cJTk'I1k'N!I'.l 1I'rux1du-1111: Slum' Slmp: String .71 Qxmrtctz Pug Iludgcrg Student c.ULll'lxflI 1Sccrul11ry1g Yiumry Curpx, V, A Air. 9 .'XI,.'XN I5IiI'I'N . . . I xl11111f 1111 1111 1114 II 11ll111111111'11li . . , Iwmt- A' b 1- , 51' I1.1IIg Ii.lsI-u-lIu.1II: 'I'r.1cI4: SILILICHI R.111gcrs: Scmur Scouts: Ilclmtcz if E'-'uNg.d'1" ," '.". Clwrusz Iiig Dudgur: SKLILICHI Cuunuili Xnqmry C nrps, Sun. I-' .' ' 7' 'i it , A 7943 Av 5 Q' f, ff? ,J 1 M., I . I if .X I igdnx an 'Ng ,553 on S' xl -Suv 2? ,, 'sa W f,'dE -i if I UGLNI- BROXYN . . . rrzmlmuli' rlrnlwilinfz ruign in a uzffx mu Iiasliulbnllg Track: InLr.imur.ils ICJPIJIHJQ XX ranblcrw Opcrctta All Sfli-ml Play: Chorus: A C,.ippcll.i Cllioirg Sruduir Coumi 3, Ilodgcrg Victory Corps, I..lnd. . Rl'.CiIfNrX BR 0,1 110V .lurk lvruu II l'1l'X...VIClUfI Corps, Air. ' XX I ISSTI R BRONX N Lvl mul: Illilll iff: lm luwl. NIARLI NI ISU! R...i1lur1ii 14 :fling In lr arm Spmisi C lub: Victory Corps. Production. . I'zI','IUI'H IXNI IILIR ilu' irzlrrril iirllzffriw wziri NUINIIII ulllm :ml Intramurals INIIII .lgCi'l1 Cliorusg Victory Corps, Community. ' DON! Q AXIPI ...fn'j1if.ll4'rlfm fI7IIl'AlllLI1 . . . Senior Scouts: CRFLIILSIFI fI'rLsidLnt String Quartctg Sliow Sliop. LORRAINI- L,-XRLSON ,. . wfu' um il ffm ll Cliorus PAULIXI C ARLSON . . , fm! nfm urn fran Nu pm ii 4 nz zcili'fv,Ng . . . Girls' Cliorusg Il1lI'.lIULll'.lIS1 Ciirl Rysgrus Art ISI-'UIMXII CARROLL . . , .iili'm'i' ri irawlw' I an s 1 X igtorx Corps, Ill'lltlllClI0l1. IIIIYLLIS C'AS'l'Uli.,.iu1ni lfu iAr'!!l4'14'Hll' :L tory C orpx, Production. ' KILAIJYS CIIAN I I A 7 1 in lIlIl'4'I'lfX lfml url 4 r' filifiw . . . Cilioruxg Viuor C orps C onimun 9 BOYD K,IlRlS'I4IzNSON , . . I urn fmru In ol 1 lu ,s Intra IllLlI'.llK. DENNIS CQHRISTIQNSON . . . cwlxj' 4'rHm', mn XX rcitlmg Chorus. 9 jl-QANNI: CLARK . ..fm111fY3 ii flu LI I r i pan i:h Clulng Litrlc Dudgcrg junior Claes Trcxsunr N iuori Corps Conimuniry. 5 GLORIA COLEMAN . . .4 1Il11 sr 11 III lfvl lnrr.imur.1lsg Girl Reserves: Chorueg Victory Corps Cummunitx r . , W -1, , 4 iff:-if-' '91"'.L- .a:,5-' IJULURI S CiOl.l,lNUSXY'ORiI'lI , . . Vflfllllifilifll IX lfu' fm'-llfl nf 'F-' S wr ,qi'1l11o...l,1ttlc llodgcr, 9 ,IIXI C.OI.I.INS. . .I fm1i'11'I il milk ' 'I llu'r'f"x uulfvrug nu my m1u.l...I5ootb.xll: l5.1sclv.ilIg Victory forpx, ,-Xir. ' IS,-XRBARA COOLIW' ...L 1 flllli' gill 11 firm' 4'-iw mmf frrl A ifilflu'...CQl1ccr l.c.ldcr: Qiirl Rt-wrvusg Girls' Scxlutg A C.ippcll.i llioirg C lioruwz Opcrclla: Sllltilllll Louncilg Victory Corps, Com- f ,G A H1Unity. 'V x gg, Q 7' 'Q ' . L 5 Q, 1 , lilfll COUIWR . . . fuvlqfvl, lfvri win, ix il kirlgfx lmulg ffvrn fu' li .A 9... mlrr' of 111.1111 Iooibnllz li.1sku1b.1llg Tixickg Hi-YQ Spanisli Llubg M 3 All School l'l.1yg One Act l'l.xysg Bmdg Student Council 4Prcsidcntjg t I X . Viutory Corps, Sci. ' MARIAN CRI-WS.. .ill Xllllfll mmf lffxlllfj, if umluui ls lm! ri11'r...Girl Rcsurvcsg Spanish Club: One Act Phys: All School Plnyg Chorus: A Ciippclla Choir: Big Dodger: Victory ' Corps, Production. ' LIQI3 CRlT'I'IfNlJl'.N ...fixb iuirfl-xo Jun ln' . . . Swimming: Victory Corps. Air, 'B ii N11XRCill'. CKIKUVIA . . . Ju' mn lllllfll-Wlillllll . . , Uirl Rcsciwusg Or- -A i clit-stray Show Sliopg String Quartet: Victory Corps, Air. . .NNN H 1 A C ROL'K1lI...iimjil1 mul Alllnl inlzjvli' . . . lI1lI'.lI11Ll!'.llN: Victory 'N ' If Corps. 52.1, I Cil.l' NXYOOU C ROW' . . . il finl-fx HIAIII . . . Airplane V A K Club: Victory Corps, Air. 1 V! sw Lf t L- ISUIS l7,Xl HH . . . fur fn"- in gum! in inn frflnu Illl iunlfi. . DORIS HAY . .. ir114'i'i'm frwlli in Al,lI1fIH'1'... lnlr.imur.ilsg Victory Corps, llfddllkklltlll. . LIINI DAVlS,..ufi, umilli fmlrl, xlulilnfi illqillml If M iifliu k . . . Swiniiiiingg Victory Q orps, c,tIl1'llI1Lll1iIy. Q L iw SHIKI! Y IJAXXASON . . . lm nun uri Mini nf jrlrimlflfllro. 5 NORMAN IDILKI-.RSON . . . mlml illlil u1mfv.'r1u1n, . . Band: Or- clit-strdl Victory Corps, Qfommunity. 5 TOM UORSFY . ..z1l1i4'l imil illlkflllflfil in ffm IIHIVX 41 will umm . . . l5.iskctl1.lll: 'lqcnnis lCl.1p- mini: l..llln Club lPrcsidcnt IQ Scnior Scoutsg Studunt Counci ' X I. 1 2 ,lumor C.l.iss President. A"-A 1943 qw? r ,IOHN 1lOL'1J . . . rmlfuug i1'1'ir11 fu 1111! him 11115 fr'r1nlv11' . . . Iimkul- 4? I 1 lg 1, y n I rl If , , L, l' ,,, ,V , aw, ! . ' +373- K' 1 X' 1 1, Seniaad 1163 871' 1-. Q Q,l"fl 11 --" xx! 1? an 11.1111 Tennis: Yiciory Corps, Community. ' 1.AW'R1fNC1i DOYl,I . . . 1m1l114q1u11.x 1'llf!JIlXlLIllIl . . . Spinisli Club: Victory Corps, Sea. ' N11R11XN1 17U15151f...1 AIM' fifl' 111 if l'IIl1ll'N...cil1Hfl1SQ Victory Corps. Conimunity. 13.-XR1i1i1,1 l7l,'1'1O1S ...L 1111111111111 fun 1111 l1'Xf...1Jl.lNkC1l5.lll1 15118011.1111 Victory Corps. Air. ' 1Sl"l"l'Y l3UliSC11N1117i1'..,frrr llillfllil fm! III li11'1u11f1f 1fr'1'1m11.,, Victory Corps, Community. ' NURMA 1JL'1i SC'l 1X111Y1' . . . 1f:u1l1'ili l11'1u1u1'11l l1Ulll1IlI. NANCY I 151 R501 1 ,.. inn 1111' ilu' 1111111114 nj 1111 I1'1'1 1111121- murals 1C.xpr.1inlg Big llmlgcrg Sllll1L'lll Council: Victory Corps, Saul. U liOSI'1.'1'A 1-.151i1i'1'. , , Ju' ijmlki flu' 11u1z1'r,x1ll l1:r14q111r,q1'4ir1111i1' ..,Urul1csir.1g Chorus: Victory Corps, Production, ' ROl5lfR'1' l-4,111 1.151 1iCi1,1i ...A from fzlllr xjnlrki H1113 fvnill 11 llll.QI7fX fl11n11'. H1'X1iRY lC'K1zRMAN...1n fr1111' 111111 fr1'1lrl'3 11 flu, ' RONALD 1"N1"l1'l,17 . . .11 111'11'l', HAUIIFI1' f1'H4lll'. . 1lQ7YC1'i 1'NN1S . . . flH'H' lf11'11' HHl'1lN 1f1'i1'r'if11' lI1'l'!7I'1'ffX. jvrlilr 111111 .s111'1'I.,. A Cippclli Choir: 1.irrlu Dodgcr, 151'.Vl',1i1,Y ILVANS. ..11l 11 1fl,w!111l1'1', jr11'11xlr1gfi1 1lr1'r, 1'fnll'll1i11,q . . . 1ntr.1mur.llsg Girl Rcsurvusg Arr Club: Cliorusg Spanisli Club: 1.illlc Dodgurg Student Council, Victory Corps, 1.unc1. . RAY FALLON . . . I 11m 111'11lll15 HI mx fr'i1'u1li . . . All School Play: Opurcltmg Swing Band, Quarter, A Cappella Clmirg Littlu Dodger: Senior Class Viac- Prcsidcnt: Radio Announcur. 9 ISILI, FIELD . . .11 lun: unmrzg lu1li1'1 ...Swimmingq Intramurals lC.lPl111l11Q Victory Corps, Air. ix ,gif , ffl 2 BERNICIC VINCK . . . rriergqy uml ainlufmu iouqinr' till lluuiqv . . . lntramumls: Orchestra: Chorus: Victory Corps, Production. 9 ROBERT FlSCHliR . . . ue ,ilrull rm! lrmf: njmu bn like ilguiu . .. liootbmll: Swimming: Spanish Club: Student Council. . l'iLl.A FLIQAK . . . fur iuin' um .xoff will lou' . . . Victory Corps. Coni- munity. CHARLES l5OO'I'lf. . . bm xml Il bu! lu' slurrili fur, but ulml be falls fur. ..ll.1seball: Victory Corps. Production. 9 DEAN IIRIQITAG . . . fur ri ru bis fuiliugx ll'4llll'1l fn ljfflllnh xiilr. . . Vfrestling: Baseball: Victory Corps, Air. 9 SHlRl.liY FULTON . . . pla'u.iiv1gl5 iliffi'n'ril from inlynln' flu' . . . Intramurals fM.1n.igerJ: Girl Reserves: Chorus: llnnd: Orchestra: Show Shop: Pep Hand: Clarinet Quartet: A Cap- pella Choir: Victory Corps, Production. MARY ANN GADHUR Y . . . ber lmlrl ii un! ufiuml . . . lnir.miur.ils: Girl Reserves: Victory Corps, Air. ' W'll.l.lAM GADBURY . . . lmrzorrou' I shall seek Ibm' tail horizon . . . Spanish Club fViee-Presi- dentj: Victory Corps, Air. 5 AUDR Y GAGNON .... i ln' uill would mlm' young muvfx fulnre . . . Life Saying: Girl Reserves: Chorus: A Cappella Choir: Victory Corps: Production. lil.LOXVlfNlf GARLOCK . . . fu we fwfr is In fun bu ...Girl Re- serves: Operetta: A Cappella Choir: Girls' Chorus: Girls' Sextet: Big Dodger. 5 ROBERT GAVVTRY . . . I go ben' In get lbw grrirrul im- jrreixiuli nf fblll'QX . . . Football: Softball: Victory Corps, l..ind. . CIQLIA GliORGli . . . ilu' lmi ii ruilnl of ber nu ll . , . lntr.imur.ils: Chorus. AIUNK GIBISS . . . un ujfiu' gulf fi Iver gon! , . . Girl Reserves. 9 PATTY Gll.lJAY .... guy ax fbi' XIIIIIIIIVI' Jay. . ONNA-Llili GRlfl1Nl.lflf. . . il f1'i.'uillJ' illlile, tl fiflflllllj fnurl. . . lntramuralx QNlanagerJ: Girl Reserves: Tumbling Club: Little Dodger: Victory Corps, Production. 4 ," -"'9 Q W -.4545 .ff .I Y f . , ,s .M lj P 1 x r lk "-T' if Q..-A A A we S A A 1 1 1: 33 Ci uf Wa if QQ 'Y' Vi E, .3 53:5 . In ZR 1943 I,lARRIiLI. GRIIQP . . . tl qzfief lull, ftfl tluifi' it Iinl . , . Victory Corps. Land. 9 MAR-IORIIQ GKIIQP .... x fIi'r1t'r ix KQOIIIVII . . . Intramurals: Victc ry Corps, Crmmunity. 9 SI IURI.IiIf GROAT .... I 'bfx lilly fzzxi 1t1.,L'l1!3 . . . One Act Plays: All S:Ii'n'I Plays: Little Dodger: Stu- dent Corngilg -Idninzr Class Secretary: Victory Corps, Production. ILAN CiljNIlI1R...jr1j ii if ltizlm In any Cfizrl. 9 LA VONNI2 GUfilJIiRSON . . . IIIl'l'A77l'A.l ii noi t4'm1lcr1m.v . . . Spanish Club: Vic- tory Corps, Production. 9 GIQORGIQ HAD-IES . . . ir llI:'!,b.'V1' :mm ii lr:'...XY'res1Iil15g: Iiootbgll. ILXRISAILX IIAMILTON . . . it jr:'rf1't'l ii omwn lllllll-1 plarzlitwl . . . Girl Reserves: XX'rangIers: Cheer Leader: Debate: All School Plays: One Act Plays: Operetta: Girls' Sextettc: Orcliesirag A Cappella Choir: Student Council: Sophomore Class President: Victory Corps. Community LSecretaryj. 9 ISITIWIIY ANN I-IANRAHAN .. . Mimi'- wfby fx it lmlftfrvlfj' tirllu' . . . Little Dodger: Victory Corps, Commun- ity. 9 IJARRICLL I"IANSIiN ...t 1 4iIl'Il'l' Slurtly fi'IIou'...Student Catzneil: Vietory Corps, Air. RITA IlARISACl'IliCfK . . . in frirzzillny tu tl lmxkvt of fcillrux . . . In- trgin :mls qfxlanagerbg Clirrusg Victory Corps, Community. 9 CLARICIQ HARRISON . . . 'Iii trio' fo lu' H1r'r'rI1' . . . Intramurals: Cliarrus. 9 LI-.ROY HART . . . ii :mm uf fru Il nrilx . . . Basketball: Victory Corps, Land. I'I IYLLIS IIAUGII . . . Iifi' 1.x tml lift' uf ,ill tviffmlll flxll . . . Teln- bling Club: Art Club: Orchestra: Little Dodger: Student Council: Victory Clqrps: Cunniunity. 9 LILLIAN HECHT .... i bfi r1Iu1ly.i gouzl llgllltrvif mlllll frm' . . . Little Dntljgerg Victory Ccirpi, I'rodus:tiori. 9 NORMA HIQNDIIIKSON. . .lf1.'r't"s III!! unil soup In lwr I!lt'Il.Yt1llf ttuvii ...In1r:m"raIs: Victt ry Cm rps, Production. XIAR-IORII' IiIl.I,...i4lvli-Wiliuuij-.iumiizi iIl'IlUk..,Il1II'.lX1IlJI'.lI'wQ I Kfirl Rcscrwx. . I"I.fXINI. IIINIS.,.Ii'1ri' AlI.QIlIfX ufflilri IVI fivr.. Ii1lr.1mur.lIx rXI.m.igcrJg Victory fnrpi. Cummuniry. 9 I RMA- ' A III I I. IIINIC II . .. ill. u.i li invlflili llf . . . Yiuury C iirpx, Clini- munity. CiI'UkC.l.IilX'IIY...1clii1l fmlr' V111 gn! In fair. . YIVIAN IIURN . . . wi fu'i1rf IN lrki' il NIIIAQIHVQ luril . .. Il1lF.llI1lll'.lISC Girl Rc! wrxcw. 5 IORI 'IUIIA .Il.NSl N . . . il .fillrllx Hlillil Il :Nr Illllillllli li uv. .-XI.Il I: LIOIINSON . . . jii-rimliilrii ii llvi ii'i'ii't uf flu' unziiric . . . II1Il'.!l11UI'.lIS. 9 ISI-QVIfRI.Y JOHNSON . . . rim' ullli ilignilj . . . GirI Rcxcrxcsg :XII Sclmul Play: Orchestra: Big Dudgurg Studcm Cluuncil. 9 SIAKIURIIC JOHNSON...imlliiulq ii umm' irifmirillfli' Ifmu iz fflfllil , . . Sp.misIi CIubg Victory Corps, Clumniunily. I I.I XYUUIJ ,IURIDISON . . . lu uoulil Iii lfn -lfulil nf ilimlmrl . . . A C..lppcII.l C,I1uir. 5 IION ,IOIiIlISON...fui iuru ilri' mm all 4'Ilili'il . . . Victory Corps, Air. ' IIIC K KIQIIM . . . fn' li ri'1r1i'u1f1ir'i'if llflxlllh' fn' iilflrml fu' filll'xQUffI'll . . . I"iiulIm.1IIg Swimming, CARI. K.'XI,I,.'XNSRl,'I7, iirliuufi fu' NIM i4 qqunil 4l'i'lfnu Xhiiicl ,'XirpI.1nc Club. 9 DON.-'Sl IJ KI RSTFN. . . bm u iilf-milili' lllxlll Illlil ilifruiw fiji uzilkrr . .. Vsfcsllingg 'I-FJCISQ I,.xlin C,IuI1 4I'rcsi- Llcnlbg Arr K.IuI1 lTrc.xsurcrIg IJcIv.iIu: Ons Act I'I.1ys: Opcrctmg i'xc.lPPCII.1c.I11YII'Q Big Iiiidgur. f XIARIIXN KIAUSON ...i 1 iuwl qnl li ilflfilx ifff Idllk. Jw., Af - 'nm' , - air X56f,.,1L'Jm,:',Q-,,,n:,, , , A n. 'W' 1- ' ' - 4. . 2 ll Juv I ' I '02, -42, M19 al '- I 1' I .o' f yi' A Nt.: Y' 6-D H 1943 Q 1 J 'E ka, 1 .1 XL Luv E5 1 Seniaafi 12113 in , -. ,H95+. 1., 1 'Q Sd gl 1,1 , 1 1 wifi KAFI-l"1l.l LN lil.l'l'1IfR . . . 11111 11 111111111111 111 ,Q111111 1,1I1I'QX . . . Suggs . Lrcw: lS.1n1lg Orcliustrmg Yicwry Corps, 1..1n11. lllfl.l'1N KNACQK ...1111'1111 !1l4Ql1 111 11111' 11111111 .,,lntr.1mur.1ls: Art C lub 1Prcsi1l1:nl1: Upurctxaq Cnrls' Scxrcl: l5.1111l 1l'rcsidcntl: .-X C.1ppcll11Cl111ir: c,il.lfll1L'l Qu.1r1u1g Sciimr C.l.1ss iIr1-.1111r1'r: Victory Curpx. Sul. ' kl.-X'Xll 5 KNICLKI KHOC lil li . . . 1111'1"1 1111 111111111 1111111111111 . . . Xvlilllfl' inrpx, l'r111lug111111 lllikxxxlill l,l .-Xl1l.l,Y . . ,I l111111,Q111 1 11111 111111 111111i111g, 11111, 111, 11 11111 11 111'1'11111.' . .. ' Xl-V.Xl7l-l.l. I.lQN1BlfRG . . . j1111 11111111111 A171' 11 .11111111 111 111111 1111 11g11 1111' 1.1 111111' . , . Girl Rcscrvcsg Big Dodger: Vin- rury Curps. filllTlI1lLll1lIS'. 0 llOW'.-XRD l.lI5l3l"Y . . . 111111 ix 1111' 11111 111111 111114 I111 1111111'..,f51111tlull: lhskctballq Lmlf 1C.1pr.1inj: lI1!l"1l- murnlsg lli-Y: Sludum Cluuncil 1Yi1:c-Prcsi1lc1111. -IAC lx I ll'Sl Y . . . 1111111111 11111111 1111'111 11111111 . . . Xxll'L'Sllll1g2 l'11111l1.1ll IStu11c1i1 Xl.11i.11g1-rl: SlllLlk'l1l C111111uil. . lil,:XlNl", l.l,OYD,..11111111' 1111111 1111111111, 111 1111111 1111111111111 1... Ciirl licsurvuxg l5.1111.lg Orcliuslmg C1l.1rin1.-1 Qu.1rt1-1: Slmw Slmpg Victory Curps, llftltlllillllll. ' MARY l.OCiKNl1XN...11111' 111'111'11'11, 1111111111 11.1. 1111...l11t1'.m111r.1ls: Girl lic- srrxxsz .X K .1pp1-ll.1 C l1111r. lJOl,Olil S l.Ol'GRl:N..,1111 11111 111111 11111111 111.1111111111111,..Vic111ry Curpx, Ciummuniry, 9 YIRGINIA l,ONVl'l.l .... .Q1'1l1111 .111'1'x111111111x, 11111 11-1 11111111111 ...Victory Corps, Ccmirnuiiily. ' MARY LORIA ...1111 ll 11111111'111111.Q11111111111111...l..1tin Club: Clliurus. .lOl IN l.L'lX11X'll ,... 111111 1111111 111111 11111111111 11 11111 1111111111 111'1111' . .. wlFCNlllI1gQ l5.1sub.ill: l,f'Cl1CNlI'.l1 l,illl1: llmlgurg Stmlum Clmincilg Sunim' Cllnss S1JCl'Cl.lf5'Z Viutury Corps, Air. . YVONNE l.UKf 1-XVSKY,,,11111111' 11 1111' 111111 111'111111111'11l uf ll1l17l1'1I...ll1II'LlI11Ul'1ll51 l.il1r11ri.1n1 Spuiisli Cflulwg Yiclury Corin, l'r111.lu1:ti11n. ' XlAUAl.YfN LUND . . . l'11y11 11.11 111111'1'1'111'f111 1111. ..l..iIin Cluln. IIOIII R I' XLVXC IJOXYI ll ...fwi fvilQfvl lx offfi ixiiiifof fu fur .qomf uiilffy-, ,A,, X C',1ppuII.1 Clioirz Xuttorx C orpx, I'rotIuction. ' RUN- l s :XI I3 XIXC KI XXII , tl .iffunl fm il1fVliIi7VI4VIf x.,. Intr.1- I1llll'.lIN, ' l'I.'XRI,N1.fXIJlJOX ..,. lf!liIXN ynflx, iIfIItIXN k1r1.f.ifu'x lfn glrf ut' flkx lo Imif . . , II1ll'.lI1HlI'.lINI fliorusq Victory Corin. Com- mumtx. I'I OYID NIACQNUSSON ...lHI7IllI'f1lfl7A' mini H1711 fvriflgx fmuur lu ni ...I5ootIuIIg II.1sIsctb.1II3 Ii.1wb.lII: Studcnt Council 4PrcxitIL-nt 3: Vic- tory Corps. Clommunity. 5 .IIQXN NlAHONI1Y.,.lw.r funn! It ut fzlqfvt in fm' mm uri' ffr1,gf11...C1irI Rcscrvusg Cihorux, ' slI'.'XN NI:XIiiI'IN . . . 1 fnl1'ilufvfi' iruif oju Hfn ilrlrif . , , Victory Corps. Produc- IIIIII. DUN MARTIN . . . fZlA'l'4'IN HILUIY1 I1 filo bm fzruki' mix rm! . . . Iitzot- bill. Basketball: Bascbnllg A Cappella Choir: Opcrctlag Boys' Quartet: Victory Corps, Air. ' ICARI. MARTIN . . . I fmt' flu' jmffl ffm! Imlift mt' in if n1tl1...BJndg Victory Corps, Sea. 5 CfIiCII.I:X XIQVAR- I..-XNIJ , , . Viliflrr' 1IIllA'f, fflif if fowl fV'lA'lI4f . , . Victory Corps. Pro- W-Q.-... ,X tIm'rion. I , I . I I 1 QQ fam' s ' Q 5, A EIINI XIcfiUNI"CQI.Ii . . . fn"i ormfl, fm! xo ii ifim1n11li'.., Victory fy 3, I .. Corps. Air. ' GIQNI-1 AIIIYS , . . flfff jil11.f a icuii ... Xyruxtlingg Intra- 'gn , as mur.iIsg Ciliorusg Victory Corps, I,.lIlLI. . I,OIiI"I"I'A NIcI.L'fKIIf V, I ? . . . tl wilifi' il ifilx kwju ufoliilt IIHIIX . . , II1H".'ll11lll'.lIS 1xI.lIl.lgCl'IZ GirI f Rcsurvcs, I -' K IINI NIQNIAI ION . . . fn' IIIIIY 'fV'It'7lilY lfrrn mglzrzzrfzliilizi' f7Ull1'7'A , .. I7ootb,1IIg W'rcxtIing: Intr,1mur.1Is: Ili-Y tprcsidcntl: Spanish Club: Ilcbatcg All School Play. One Apt I'I.xys: Chorus: Big Ilodgurg Vic- tory Lorps. I..1nd. 0 ,IANI I'TI XIINI I'I'.I' ...Ll!f1lIl4Q thi' HIIIX ,qu .,.lJubatc: A CQ.1ppuII.1 llmir. ' ROSITA XIIIII-R . ..n1!fr winfi inufi' imtl tfiufc lm'-, xf1.' umfzw friimfs mm! i'14'r'xuf1uri', 7943 Al 11 4 lk A I :Q gr' ,,.:. . '5 I f I ms: Wx.- .4 , X . In 0. ., . :,S J TZEQ 'SC' 33. It GTR' I X an-ai' 221 , 'sn I ROBIQRT NIOCKILTT . . . u Iifcrufflv, frm, friuflillj fr'IIou . . . XY'rus- tling: Football: Intramurals: Student Council: Sophomore Class Vice- Pr:-Sident. 0 DICK NIUHI .... Im! Imu run I gui' i1Ii'm'i' my ulmli' lift, Irn1g?,.,I5ootball CCaptainI: Basketball: Tennix: Little Dodger: Sophomore Cla-s Treasurer: Victory Corps, Community. 9 DOUG- LAS NIUNIQIIOLXI . . . flu' rrzlfizniutfir .xml jiliutirzg IIIIIIIIINN of Vmlfv , . . Art fluh: A Cilappella C hoir: Victory Corps, Air. IILLIQN NIUNN . . . ioflli .ijriufc .mil iziwllx xmili' . . . Victory Corps, Production. 9 NIIRLYN NATTO .... qo11iI mlII1r'uI LIIIII :MII I1Iei'iI ... Ifaskethall: Track: Ifootbnll: Senior Scouu: Hand: Orchestra. 5 ISILI. NICISON . .. I1llIlI0IQI'tllIllX, ilml ii II Im! I um from fu Jo . .. Victory Clorps, Production. MAR Y NIISON . . .41 xr'ImIifiIx v1uiiIi'H Il Im jiliufwi IIII . . .Girl llc- servcs 4Secret.lry3: W'r.inglers ISecret.lry-iliruasurerJ: Delmte: Big Dodger: Speech: Student Clouneilz Student Rangers: Radio An- nouncer. ' ROISIQRT NI",W'SUNI . . .I um inn' Iii' is .1 Ir1I4'nii'iI nmu Art Club Ipresidentl: Speech: All School Play: Chorus: I.i!tlc Dodger. . KAY NOI.AND,..n1i IHIIIV, ul lriif, Imw i'un1i'. . , Vic- tory Corps, lund. KIANNIQ NYDIQGGIQR . . . 11 quid Iillli' win . . . Intramurals: Girl Rcservee: Xlfranglcrsg Chorus: Debate: Speech: Little Dodger. ' DAN CYCONNOR . . . ilu' lilo- I uri vi' will . . , NIi'restIing: Intra- murals: Band: Orchestra: Show Shop: Yietory Corps. Sea. 5 HIQLIQN OLSON . . . ffm' nzuiit' of flu lnlzgm' I Inuiril . . . Art Club IVice- Presidcntl: Operctta: A Cappella Choir: Chorus: Little Dodger: Victory Corps, Production. KIZNNICTH OLSON.. .bulijiyg I'm in buppy. 9 STANLEY OLSON . . . I'lI mon forge! all I lvurn in Ivoulei . . . NY'rcstling: Football: Hi-Y: Victory Corps, Production. 9 MARINA OSXIANSON ..., v ilrizri' ii nm' gnu! url of KYIIII vroilinu . . . Intramurals fNI.lI1.lgCI'JQ Victory Corps,, Production. ISAILIQY PARROTT . . . if's il ,qru11.I llvzug In Iii 4' . . . lntrninurnls. 9 PAUl,lNlf I'ARTlfI.l.O . ..I1i'r'i'1'w nlflxfi Ill' IIN' militml IHHIHIX . .. Operettm: One Act Plmys: A Cappella Clioir: Girls' Ciliorus: Little Y Dodger: Victory Corps, lroduetion. ' lil TTY P.-XYNI' . . . Iwr firm' ii Irlir, Iver lH.ll'f ii Irni' . , . little Dodger, DORIS PIQDIQRSON . . .IIu'1'i"i Izeuzilri in Iiur iIu.'I5 lift- . . . Intru- murals: Girl Reserves: Cliorus: Little Dodger: Victory Corps, Pro- duction, . DALIQ PliTliRSON . . .in mrrr tix IIJI' iIi1 is I1 11' 5 1 1 3 . . . Basketball. ' KEITH PIQTICRSON . . . fbi' Illce I urn-r mu ., . Foot- ball: Basketball: Tennis: Golf: Art Club: Speech: Senior Play: All S:hool Play: One Aer Plays: Operetta: A Cappella Choir: Ilavs' Chorus: Student Council: Yieiory Corps, Air IPresidentJ. 1 l.OVI'IfLl. PPTITRSON . . . In' ix I1 IIILIII, Iilki' Iwim for IJII ill IIII . . . Art Cl.:b: Band. ' NIAURIQNIQ PHILLIPS .... v IlIIIIIIg If izluujx in xlnslt' ...lntr.imur.ils: Art Club: Operettn: A Cappella Choir. ' CURTIS Pll"PliR ...I WI IIIL' IIIIII ll lu jimi lfu' limi' . . . Intr.1mur.ils: Golf. MARILYN PINGISI. . . . Iberi' ix nl Ixlllglltlllft' in ber ew. ' MARI- LYN PITSOR .... Q be'.x Izfi' Ilvrlf . . . Intramurals: Girl Reserves: Vie- tory Corps, Community. ' .IACK POISNICK . . . Iuiil me iIi.w'r1ur.iz', uml I HIII t'IIl'lJLIlIf tlrim' mn . .. Basketball: Track: Senior Scouts: Debate: Radio Announcer: All Seliool Play: Senior Class President: Victory Corps, Community. .IANLT PORTIQR , , . :ml xl 140111 .xfmlzuu more Ibm: it m'i'iIi'iI . . . Art Club: Spanish Club: Little Dodger: Student Council. ' BIQTTIC PRIQSLISR . . . u iI1nr11'iffi'i4Ii'tI 3 MARY RAIi . . . Iciml uuriIi im' lIu' mniii' uf ilu' uurIiI . . . Girl Reserves: A Cappella Choir. QW--3 1... 1943 IL! 'i DORIS RHODY9 . . . my fmzrl it in frm' in .vti-ul . . . Girl Rtserui Ihndg Orclicstmg Sliow Sliopg XY'ooClwirid Quartctg Flute Quarttt Flute Triog Victory Corps, Production. 9 XVIIIIAM ROBIN ON ...fbt'gi'11fIt'r11ul11I1 zu:rilul1iliI'ut'iI . . . Intr.tmur.1ls1 Cliorusg Sludtnt Council. 9 ,IVAN ROHN . . . I om lun: unil Int ml . . . Intramura s Victory Corps, Comm unity. ,IOAN ROOSA,..i1 Irgfw! bmw! Izirs long. 9 SILVIO ROIXC DINI ...iluilllq in I jrIi'i1o'...Vl'rcstling. ' CI-IARI.O'I"I'I'i ROSIf . lm flrilrft uri' nlrm' llmu inrrmufx . . . Victory Corps, Community. A-I3 ' , f 3 , DORIS ROSI NDAIII.. . . kiml in xfn' it fair' . . . Girl Rutrwts Clliorusg Victory Corps, Protluction. . DORIS ROSRIQ .... t I ll ,K I li 4' of ynfllfi ...Girl Rcscrvcsg Cliorusg Victory Corps, Community X ' ANNA MAI" ROSSING . . , Jil im'Ix frm' unif MII . . . Band Or clwstrgtq I.ittlc Dotlgcr. s 9 OLGA RUBOS . . . il frm' friumf ix form ur u frie'ml...Intrnn1ur1ls -5 Victory Corps, Community. 9 NIARGARIQT ANN RUGI quirl iliguilx Llllll rlmrm of gA'II1IA'I1l'XX . . . Intrnmurnlsg Girl Rcstrus Qljrcsidcntlg I..1tin Club, Orchestra. ' ROBERT RYAN I i tlml om' Irnlv lull you tizlillltlf brlp lm! Iikt' . . . Intramurals Iittlt Dodger. BONIXII SANIPSON let :gl I II H Art C ub A Capptlli C lioir ' NIILDRYD SANIUI ISON my xo Iam mon urls Ilan hu: Intramurals C irl Rtstrxu Chorus Y ittory Corps Community ' DORIS SKNDI LI tfllltftl' NILULI UII 1 I3-ll I x ' 1' sa f '- 1 x 'U' Z Civ Q, W-' L ,A., X x J B' I Xs"'l,. , 1 f.. Wf- 1943 L-f f" 19 ff f 'mis Seniafzd 1261 1 DOROTHY SORIZNSON . . . fl71'l'l'lX 11111si1' in ull things . . . Band: Victory Corps, Community. 9 TONY SORVETTI . . . l'm s11r1'1'ur1'x 111'1' 1:11 1'l11'111Vi to lifu . . . Victory Corps, Air. 9 LAURIQN STANIQK . . . ln' ix 111'l1 1111111 H1111 is 11111 .v111i.vfi1'1I... Intramurals: Basketball: Virstliiiig: Pep Band: Band CVice-Presidenth: Orchestra: Brass Sex- ICI: Victory Corps, Production. DLAN STARR ,.., I nnlx 11lu111' will luugh lll'H'lI ilu' lusk ix a1'1'om- jrlislnwl . . . Hi-Y: Chorus: Victory Corps, Sea. 9 ROSFMARY SUER ..., 1 ln"x 11 jolly gnml f1-111111 . . . Chorus. 9 IIOII SNVANSON ... YUIIY' lifv is 11 fm! you IPIAIAU' if . . . Football: XVrestling. RUTH SWANSON .. .1I'.i uolrlr In !Jl'.Q1lIl1l. 9 AUDRFY SWIIIZN- IQY . ..lr1'r rrrvy foot lm music in il . . . Intramurals: Girl Reserves: Chorus: Victory Corps, Production. 9 DONNA THOMPSON... 11 lrim lilllw ruin . . .Girl Reserves: Band: Victory Corps, Air. I-ILLIQN IIIORSON .... 1 1111l11'11n1.i .ij111rkl1' 11110111 Iyer l111ir...Intra- murals: A Cappella Choir: Orchestra: Little Dodger: Victory Corps, Community. 9 DIQAN iIIUIIL...4LflllllI lmrnor ix ulu'11ys ll .Wl1'l'l'3.Y ...W'restling: Art Club: One Act Plays: Little Dodger: Student Council. 9 HIQRB TYRIQLL . . . I'm rm! lbw lyju' In 1'11r1'...Band: A Cappella Choir: Orchestra. DIZLORIQS ULSTAD . . . l'1lY1'l-V .WWII rafifbonl ll smile . . . Intramurals: Girl Reserves flireasurerj: One Act Plays: Orchestra: Chorus: A Cappella Choir: Little Dodger: Victory Corps, Community. 9 SHIRLIQY DEL VIIQRS . . . ur shall x1'1'lJ1'r bvbi11d11111'xk . . . Girl Re- serves ISCCYCIJIY and Presidcntj: One Act Plays: Chorus: Little Dodger: Victory Corps, Production. 9 VIRGINIA VINSAND... I ban' 11l1ilil-i' 111 my fill,Ql'l'fi17X... Intramurals Qhlanagerj: Chorus: Victory Corps, Land. If RICHARD XVADDIQLI .,.. ilI1tilit tl ,ini'II f1'IIr11t Bnsltetbnllg Track: Football: l.ittle Dodger. ' VIQRIQ W'AI,ROlJ...mim' Jin jn'irn'i'I.y qlmlilim :ull fmtl their uni . . . Basltetbztllg Tennisg Student Cnuniiilg Vietory Corps, Community. . I.AURI'iNCIf XVALT- IQRICR . . . !l1i'ri"t Inu zum b ilooig-I t'iru'l tri' if ,ill . . . Stutlcnt Ninn- .tgcrg Band: Cliorusg Little Dodger: Big Dodgerg Trqekg Operetrgg Victory Corps, Community. IQYIQLYN NVASIQNI . . . it lull xlzi' uililt In tfiix lift- tum lu' luftl only trillw if .wuilig ii llmngfwf, iiml jmirw . . . Intramurals INILIIILIHCFFQ Lntin Club IVice-Presidentl: Girl Reserves: Big Dodger: Student Councilg Vic- tory Corps, Air ISecret.tryJ. ' SlIIRLIiY XY'ATROUS...I um u jmrl uf till ibut I lmti' mi-I . ..Girl Revervesg Big Dodger. ' LOIS XYIQNNI-1RHOI.NI...full of jilruiing rlmrmx . . . Victory Corps, Community. l,lllI.IITl'TA W'I'IIfAiI'ON . . . .ffm Ilkfll .ir it a frimlil.. .Intr.1mur:tls. ' CHARLOTTIQ XVICHIQ ..., c ln' uoulil i'xjii'rilm'11! in :inning ficlil .. . Orchestra. ' PATRICK NY'IIQXY'Ifl .... mmf it zaou zzlwn mm! it ilimwl . . . Little Dodgerg Bitsltetballg Wrestling. BIZVI-QRLY XVILLIAMSON . . . ilu' ummin nbo iIt'Iil1i'rult'x ix Intl . . . Girl Reservesg Chorus: Little Dodgerg Student Couneilg Specchg Vic- tory Corps, Production. 9 LAURA MAE NVILSON . . . lvlizxx the man :ibn IIlll'lIft'A, lwulzi ...Intramuralsq Library Clubg Victory Corps, Community. . ROBERT XVILSON . . . fn' uill izmlrrluki' In do grin!! things . . . Wrestling: Art Club: Student Mttnngerg Victory Corps, Production. ROBIQRT XVINSLOXY' . . . fbi' bllflfffllxlfl Iruilx lo frizxli of bi1pp.'r1ut.t .. . Vfranglersg Debate: Band. 5 LILYAN WRIGHT . . . luv bmzrl it norm uml glatlmmt- . . . Drnmag Girl Reservesg Chorus: Victory Corps, Community. . IfII.lfIfN XVOGFNSON . . , sbt' thrill Ili' xfmrlitr at flu' fun I1 . . . Intr.xmur.1ls lM:tn.1gerJ: Girl Reserves 1Viee-Presi- dentjg Cliorusq Little Dodger: Victory Corps, Production. iQ 4 mg' 73' it S I 41791 K ,vm I i Nl ig. K 'S' N., 6 x I ,-AM, , Q 1- 1943 my lDl5l.ORl-S Clll"Sl.lNCi . . . lm' klllxfllflk UVIVI' l'lhlIIlkfl'A , , . lntr.x- m 'rnlsg Victory Corps, l'rndueliun. ' lRVlN lfRllfSTll . . . r'1i'r5' lfwqqfvl NlllI'L'l'l' izuil Irma 9 LIQONARD l'lANIJlfl.ANl7 . . . lifi' ii ufml 11111 Illzlhl' if . . , liuullullg NYrn-stling: Track: .Iuniur Claw Treas- urer: Vifnzry Cnrps, I..inil. my Kb 'KI' May May May May May ll.'xl.ll l"lOllNliR . . . lfwuri' ii uulfwiug rrlrm' In mi. ' ,IOP LYNN .x dp Yicmry Cnrps, Air. 9 .IINI XVII.- l,lANlS . . . I I4 ill funk nn flu ffrflqfvl inli' of i'1i'ri!fu11g . . . lfimxlullg Gulf: Victory Corps, Air. K DON Wll.l.lS . . . my llmulqfwli .ill ifriri , . . Swimming: Fnnrhgillg lizlselmllg lli-Yg Victory Curps, Air. 5 liliVlflil.Y NlAl'i I,IfllMAN . . . wnllrlfurllq urn' fmi fl4'l'IlLI1li,A'il. . . ll1U".lI11lll"LllS1 Ciirls' Cilcc Club, Al.l.AN Cilfllilili . . . ffriuk fllzlil-1' nf lumorrozz . . . Victory Corps, Cummunity, ' TOM 'IORIDAN . . . full if in fbi' murinvx . . . Fool- ball: liaskclbnllg 'l'r.ick. 9 Gl:RAl.l7 NICGUIRIT . . . for ull your iluyx pri'jmn'. Suninr Calendar Baccalaureate fDr. Harris Hilclier, speakerl Class Day Awards Assembly , Dinner Dance Commencement S. Rupe, spenlierj Class Colors-Royal Blur' and C0111 Class Flower-lnmjzzil Motto-"Cowl qiuzlifiwx :wwf no tItll't'7'ff.YiIIgH . . .11111f111111'11g11111111111111111 txlff' fI11f11, 111111114 11111 1111111111 111 11111111111111 . , . 1111 11111111 111111111 111 1.11111 111 f"'1gf11 '11111"111'11 11111111 11f1!1!11 111111111 . .111'111N1111fN 111111111111 f'.11fl1lg . . .111111 111 1 1 1111111 111' NQ11111' , . . 1111111'1'11l.. 1 111 11111 111 11111 15111 ffl VQ111' , . 11111111111 .11 111111111 . . 11111111 1111 11111 f11'1'111111' 111111 111113 1111 1-X11.11'111111 11111 cf 1 11 SIlfH'7'fllft'lIili'llf llurolif ll"llllt1l11y We Are Sn li' and Ynu Stl Man Although liort Dodge High School always places the accent on youth, this year the accent is more on preparation and training for immediate needs. Many high school and junior college students must postpone future plans while they help clean up the dark spots on the globe. Once more our country is calling for its youth to participate in a desperate struggle. Over one thousand of our students and former students have already answered the call and manv others will follow. Those of us who have had the pleasure of working with you are proud of this record. XX'e know you will give a good account of yourselves. We all hope and pray that when you have finished this job, you may return stronger men and women to carry on with your plans for the future. IN! l I W 'f"O2JLJ9fQ2' - Lf, L,t,LLA,yW1I, The school board is contributing its efforts to- ward keeping the accent on youth headed in the right direction by playing a major part in provid- ing a successfuleducational system for the students. The duties of this institution consist of keeping the building in shape and handling finances. The final decision on all proposed plans is made by the board at their meetings which are held the second Tues- day of every month. The officers are: President. Henry W'asem: Vice-President. Don Petersonq Secretary. Mrs. Rutledge. Nlr. XX'illiams has direct charge of the entire school administration of Ifort Dodge while Nlr. Iieelhaver. Principal, and Mr. Cooper. Vice-Principal, supervise the High School program. XVith their combined efforts our school is kept up to date and in excellent running order. S. I.. liit-kul: H. J. NVilliHms. Slliit-l'iyitvmlvi11: Nabil Nl. litillmlzrm-. Si-t'i't-lziry: .X. I.. lirooks: U. lf l'f2lI'f: Jzinivs I. Ilolliyti lion I't-tvrsoli: H. M. Waist-ni, l'i'4-sidem: li. fi. 'fro t S-gf' Students m Port Dodge H13.,h School h1xt been lxktd mmx IIIHLS to ptrform pl"0dlQlOLlS tlxlxs to lm lp xxm thx. xxlr Tht xx IX thtx hlxt rtspondtd IS ln tuu.d1ns.,lx LOI'l1IT1LFldlblL thmg Tht xttom pllshmtnts through thc. X lttorx Corps llom dtm onstrltt btxond qutstlon thlt thls QQITLIIUOU IS dtttrmmtd to prtpxrt, to xxork, to flght to sur: fmt md to tndurc to protttt our hbtrtx md freedom Nimx tht tfforts of txtrx Dodgtr tontmut to bt tfftttlxs. ff,x412ZELci2f4zfl'?7k' rn IH xr I nm nmlm ru vw I an 1 tl 1 4 1 W L 1lll1xtfon tht dlx xxhtn thls bloodx yuh xx ull bt flI'1lShLd fmxshtd rlght xx htn PLILC xxlll ht ll1 stllltd md our bnohtn tnds glthtltd togtthtr that nlx tlr x on xxlth tht plms thlt xxtrt m su ll'l1blC Ior thost xx ho hlNL tnttltd tht xrmtd strxltts md txtn noxx xx llk ln tht shldoxx Of1'QlL.hll1g mm tus m 1x God bt xxlth thtm md brunt: thtm slftlx bmtlt Ior thost of us ltfr bthmd xxt sxx to xou out I'lLIx. Vu. ll tlrrx on' Ziff? rf wo ru tl Ill ll II I Illll I V K ,r -Q K'1'.l9wfful I fam 'x.xu'nf MQ' ' ' " flh' Yr, xl A Z: tl iufrf flqilll' wlwjqx. . 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BOXXX'IfI.I .... if 'sun i'xfn'f'f In mee! luv' fre! fill 411111 silirirrrf IIt'l rr fn' gniflj nf irrmjmrz- .silwilili ...lS.A., Grand Island College: graduate work--State University of Iowa. The largest group of the Victory Corps. the Com- munity division. is headed by Miss Boxwell, whose work through service cluhs in Fort Dodge qualifies her for this position. The purpose of this division is to be of service to the community, participating in scrap drives and helping on the home front when- ever needed. Subjects required are two years of English, one year of American history, one semester of civics, home nursing and nutrition for girls, one semester of physical fitness for boys. and eight electives plus a Ifirst Aid certificate and twelve hours of xvar work every :ix weeks. 11" gi, A xxx l .ss Tlu'gru111l llldffll Ia Nils ralirnmf hm? 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' " ' . K 1 1 K1 5- K, 1 f, U, K , -,Q P , K, , 1 .HB.A', g . ., 'f ' f ' ' . I nu.. , '.IV,,: I I . .' , . .1 Q -xx , D l I . ., ' 5 . ., ' - '1 ' ' . - ...ML . f ,. ,Hg K Q 1 f ' ' 'va ' 1 1 - 'H ' 1 1 - , K . .. 1 , . ., 1 , 1- -7 ' V . ' Y B . 7 ' x.11' 5 1'1'f11g' 'JI' :111 . .. . ., Grinnell Collegeg graduate work- A Universit ofI '., ' 1' 1' " ' , ' ' ' if . K uf- ' 5 ' .., 3 . .., ' ' . .. ' 11 , 1, ,-., , , 'K, ' 5 , ,' U, fu f . ., .' g ' - 1 ' . . . 1 YK? t Y 1 -Y I if I M., 7' I I s 3 Q' Q, IZRIQD N. COOPER . . . fn- fun tl muffJr-.w1r't'lolu11t' 1-onlnmllil of ii fnilhwy of fiulil urfiHf'i'y in spilt' uf his age . . .College of American Gymnastic Union: B. S., W'ayne University: KLA.. State University of Iowa. hxpericnce in the artillery of the army in the first W'orld W'ar has especially suited Mr. Cooper for his position as executive of the land Division. The purpose of this group is to prepare its members to be hetter prepared to meet the requirements of the armed forces. The subjects required are two years of English. one year of geometry. one year of American history, one year of metal and machine shop, one semester of Civics, one year of physics, and physical fitness for the boys, plus a First Aid certificate and twelve hours of war work. ll'x really z l'f'Y.filI1f7Il'. If munz 212 szzafzfwifvy l7f't'fIHlt'.i a fwap of zlflfffk, l7r'l'1"x HN' l'c'clxr1lI. 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IS.A., Iowa State Teaehers CQoIIegeg NI.A. University of Nlichigang graduate work-State University of Iowa. Under the direetion of Mr. Clortright the Produc- tion Division is preparing its members for eon- tributing to the production of food and war INQIIC- riaIs. Iispeeially suited for this position Mr. Cort- right has aIways been on the production end and has often had .1 large garden. The subjects required are two years of Ifnglish, one year of American history, one semester of eivies, physical fitness and either drafting, woodwork, or metal work plus a Ifirst Aid certificate and twelve hours war work. s A ge!-fvgt'lfu'l' for our Sjmuisfm ellffilfyiuylv. Can YUL' lH'lI1t'if.L Se a IIIVISIIJII IIORLNCE RATHLRT um 1 I l on ll lu a tltllllllllk mal snzoflnnzl 111 U11 l mmm all alxf ls m gnffr II I5 lv 1 A Butler UHINQFSIIX XI A UHINCYSIIQ ofIIImo1S graduate work UHIVCISIIN ofInd11n1 Butler U UIS DINLFSIIS 0 FORREST MAR tl calm n all flu mlm: mzmlzx mul lnlflu l I1 amuzlx is To Srrgaanf Marquis BS Parsons College gI"ldUlfL work Umversxts of Mus sour: State Umvexsnty of Iow1 0 MARY OI A MCCLUSKEY rlu llkm fo :lay rvllvbugf lmllmlu ltlllllllg galovbfs B A Southwestern 'VI A UDlVCfS1Iy of Chxcago graduatn. work Columbm Umwexsntx Umxcrsrty of Chxtago 0 CARRIE LONGFILLLONW xl: lmhs lo lu kfjuf lldlflll In' lozu sun! lafmx aml lmkul lmm B A Umxersntx of Indnnl M A State Umsersxt f Iowa 5r1duate work Wltst 5 o ern Rescue Umx trsntx State Umx ersuty of Iowa Unnersny of Dem er DORA TELLIER xl: lol IX lo ganlrn lm! flmrrmglzly Jzllllzze pulnzg lm' ouu jmfatmx B A Umx crsutx of Iow 1 d gra uate work Unnersny of Ch Columbn Umversxty 0 EDS lcago ON E ATTLESON lm pbllowplyj IN zlonl ay I :ani 1 you Luau If grf Il7t1l1dXl70l4 I U 1 I5 A Crmnell College nnerslty of MlChlg1D 0 CLAIR CULVER aflcr a sfzznuozn gamr l dlflllfl pdifllllf ba lrllmll 0 an a Xl lm sfaal lulx fl xjmf BS Upper Iowa Umxersxty 'VIS Umvtrsxtx of Iowa 440 I4 I : . , ' , ' - ,-,'- A, . 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The activities of the Victory Corps have been limited because of the newness of such a project, but plans for both social and educational activities were made. The subjects required for the Sea Division are one year of navigation, war physics, American history, two years of English, one semester of metal work, physical fitness. and civics besides First Aid and twelve hours of war work. IX X, 1 1h5iitw""'w Tfmf by 1lIHl.Ql'l' .Qt'll1'l'llfiflIl. Tfn' IIIUI1 !7t'!7jll1! lfn' jv'i11li'J lldgt 'Y' 5,,:,g,gl?if-i'fi ,T 'J The Art Club's "Little Abners" and "Daisy Maesn . . . just the drug store cowboys-and girls . . . Shirley and Royce-need we say more? . . . Take A1 good look, you'll probably never see Don like this again . . . Lucky pussy willows to receive such a pleasant look from Theano . . . Betty Jean "put- ting on the dog". . . Louise and Bob in a happy, lovable position . . . Three Wind blown beauties-Nancy, joan and Donna . . . This little piggy WCIHI to market-Kay and Mary lfllen in 21 Cozy mood. L4 43 44 7 ERS Back ro V ce ioresxdeni P Orpbu Cbr nm 1 IFKIIYHIMII o Ibn Umor url: :mrs I QLASS OFFIC n Gadburv ' R D 0 br-:gary Fmt 'ow e Next Fncal Pnlnl I know that I speak for the entxre junlor class when I say, We w1ll do our best to llve up to the fxne and outstandlng record made by the graduatmg class m both the scholasuc and athletlc flelds Although changing condltlons wlll greatly affect our actlons, we wlll try to malntam the hngh reputatlon of thxs school Probably the ma1or1ty of the semor class wrll enter the armed forces of thls great natxon or become employed nn some essentlal war tlme lndustry So nn behalf of the junxor class, I wnsh every semor the best of luck and good fortune m hrs future ventures J QE Z 9071! ILA! Presndent of the Class of 44 sl. ' ' 1 wi-L ,Wir ' 2 hi U-f"'s U . ' 'K l I l7Qf5fe'ff Q ill .. - . - - AI n - ,, s n n n . D - I l 1' f r" ' Y . . 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That VV.lSI1lI posed was it lfrancis? . . . lrvy and Potts displaying what the well-dressed high school student wears . . . Delbert ready for a take-off . . . Can,t fool us Dee, you're not that sweet . . . Donlt frown like that . . . Phil, that isn't the right attire for the swimming pool . . . Our favorite sub-debs at a picnic . . . Girl Reserves smirlting because they beat the point-rationing . . , Harry ,Iames sends lfrannie with some solid jive . . . Remember Ann, pride goeth before a fall . . . Mobby's really cooking with both burners. 1-+R Bc rnle L Bcrnalz Chairman 0 Ibm So pbomorf' 4111 non Hnlnfnrlznmenl 40 u Beef Art Dans Trlxaiursllcs. ilizesldenl me CLASS 0FF'C,fREmf.l::cksSQr:1arv Nancy PM 6 SOPHOMO Huw Durrhy fm ire xdenf- hr s fur the Hanks Bemg a flrm bellever m the anclent proverb-- All Work and no play makes Jack a dull boy my advlce to the student body IS to partnclpate m as many HCIIVIIICS as possxble to lmprove thelr physlcal fltness Thls year s graduatmg class has set a good example for us underclassmen, and we w1ll do our best to follow ln thexr ootsteps So, on behalf of th e sophomore class, I would lnke to wlsh every member of the semor class much luck happmess, and prospernty ln the future ZW Keen Presldent of the Class f o 45 49 ., x 1 ' ' 'en .H " .1 ' . A 7 Y . .- . : 3 ' . Y o l . 'S ,S . I - . . . . . ,, 73 - ' 7 . . . , . . gr f . 7 . I .'l 7 If f ' 1 - ' . 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Mike Friqhl A figure, male or female, standing in the auditorium, is monotonously droning, "Good afternoon friends. This is your regular Monday, Wednes- day and Friday feature, Know Your Schools." This is the introduction to the Know Your Schools radio program which was designed to create interest and fellowship between student and parent. Under the capable direction of Mr. Cortright, the program has succeeded in bringing to the radio audience the interesting facts concerning the public schools and has become almost an institution. The announcers, chosen by Mr. Cort- right for the first semester were: Don Kersten, Velva Rose Anderson, Mary Banwell, and Harold Arkoff. For the second semester they were: Ray Fallon, Elayne Johnston, Andy Schill and Dorothy Bonnell. an at the i-nntrols , . . lfritlsiy :nflernomi as th 1- Little Ilmlnri-r um-Q on the air with the week mu up A59 A NQKNV' fvx QE- ve meg. N0 The Prnpellinq Purse Symbolic of the workings of American democracy is the Student Council of Fort Dodge High School. In the fall of the year, a representa- tive from each home room is elected to serve on the council for one year. The number is divided evenly between boys and girls so each home room alternates every year. In addition to this group eight senior and four junior "members-at-large" are elected. This organization is capably guided by Miss Likins, Miss Demorest, and Mr. Feelhaver. The executive committee, consisting of the officers of the Student Council, makes plans concerning many problems and projects which are presented to them for consideration. They devote the fourth period every day to these workings. FIRST SEMESTER COVNCIL OFFICERS: SEFONID SEMESTER K'0l'NCIL OFFICERS: liud Count-r tviuo-presicim-ritr, lflnyil lNI:u:nuss n Iiiul Vunpt-1' lpiwsiwimiil 5 Howard Huniilhm lpresidentr, Dorothy Bonne-ll msec-rc-taryr. rvii-1--piwsiiii-vit1, Hi-lvn Knzu-k 4ser'l'vLzu'yl. 1-2 " :Hr "The Meelinq Will Please Enme te Urtler " The work of the council is carried on by standing and special com- mittees. Every member is on at least one of these committees and often helps on other ones. During each period and the noon hour, members of the locker com- mittee check the lockers as a protection to the students. At every audi- toriuzii event the auditorium committee plans for ushers. The committee itself is too small to provide ushers for all the doors so aid is given by other members of the council. The car parking committee sees that students park their cars next to the curb adjacent to the building and not in the few restricted areas at the rear of the building. Once a week the building committee meets to clean trophies, hang banners in the halls, replenish the bulletin boards with interesting material, have new trophies engraved, and keep the lights in the trophy cases in good condition. Members of the lights committee also work every period turning the lights in the corridors off at the beginning of the period and on again at the end of each period. Any all-school dances that are held are planned by members of the dance committee. This year one all-school dance was held and a Sadie Hawkins dance failed to obtain the required 150 advance ticket sale. All the typing, filing, and recording of minutes and committee reports is done by two girls who make up the clerical committee. Since such a large number of students bring their lunches to school, a council com- mittee is appointed to plan special activities and entertainment for these people. This is called the noon-hour committee. l IRST SEMESTER STUDENT COUNCIL: Fourth Row-fMarQaret Tel-fey, Dee Sheker, Donna Rae Swanbergz, Bill Robinson lhll Armstronsl, Don Ploosr, Curtis Tessum, Dick Williams, Bob Moc-km-tt, Eugene Brown, lioli Oppold, liud Cooptr Fhlrd Row -Evelyn Wasem, Norma Jean Donly, Janet Porter, Nancy libersole, Jean Coffee, Joan Knowles, Mary Nelson Btverly In hn on, Barbara Hamilton, Gordon Cavanaugh, Harold Minor, Dale Hilton. Sem-ond Row' Barbara Basler. Roberta Ben on I ar Cook, Shurlee Groat, Donna Bond, Donna Peterson, Yvonne Armstrong, John Luclgate, Lyle Myer, liill Sheker l'xrst Row Stuart Pfaff, Helen Knack. Marguerite Kallin, Phyllis Haugh, Marilyn Johnson, Janice Schroeder, Jack Blomberi. Arthur Kirsch, Clifford Guild. At Desk Dorothy Bonnell nsecrectaryr, Floyd Magnusson tpresidenti. FIRST SEMESTER COMMITTEE HEADS: Third Row Donna Hut- Swunherir, liill Robinson. litnrviio lirown, Floyd Magnusson. liill Armstrong. Sw-onrl Row Rolwrtan Henson. Janet Porter, Janin- Suhroerlt-r, Barbara Hamilton, llet- Shelu-r. l-'irst Row Marilyn Johnson. John Luclizutt-. Heli-n Knurk, Gordon C2lVZlIl2tlllll'l, The orientation committee acquaints new students from out of town as well as from junior high with the activities and regulations of high school. The victory service committee was especially active this year in drives connected with the war effort. 1943 was a history making year for the council in that it held its first joint council-faculty meeting for the purpose of getting the views of both students and teachers on the outstanding problem of absenteeism. Through this meeting a new pro- gram of re-admission was established. STUDENT l'0l'NC'Il, SEFUND SEMESTER: lfonrth Row IPUFIIIII Riu- Olson, llonnu l'1-tt-rson, llill Armstronir, VVnltm' lie-self-r, liiuzem- lirown, lfzirrell Hansen. Vincent Swanson. Rir-hzirsl Woorlarxl. Jack lfitzirerulwl, lioli liivkzil. Stuart Vfuff, ill Shi-ks-r. Third Row Otlu Svhi-rff, Margaret 'll-1-ff-y, lim'llura Hamilton, Nant-y l'1licrsole, lit-vt-rly Johnson, Mary Nelson. l'velyn Wasem, Dale Hilton. Hziroltl Minor, Gorflon llxvanauuh. Jack lilomlwriz. Curtis 'lk-ssnm. Si-voml Row Donna Rm- bwanlwrg, Shirley Opp.-l, Ann Grnnrlon, Joan Knowles, Norma Jean Ilonly. Phyllis Hough, Rust- Lee- Arnolrl, lion Plooir, Hob Ulstzul, Howzirrl Hamilton. J1 hn Iniilirznlm-. First Row Dorothy llonnc-ll, Jrun t'offvm', Elaint- Hinos, Shurlt-e Grout, Donna liontl, Barbara lizxsler. Ut-0 She-lu-r, Mar'ul1vl'iT.e- Kallin, Allan lin-t-n. At De-sk Hurl f'' 4l're-sm. Halt-n Knavk lSQt'y.l J"1 ""'wu.., V ,.'3,A,:... ,, , MVC , i v , I 1, 1 Them s usu: J l 72' wifi , 'f - jiff'f"'L.1l . 1 w w' A M 'i Q-'?i3'w S mc, 47 vqvu v 5 we Q Qi I41l.I.XN s., .. 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Jim Kursjvns, Ill This Air all V ...' Z," 1' wir' ..i ...ii . twii-1.1 livery Monday, XVednesday and Friday melodious strains as well as martial airs could be heard echoing through the halls. Behind a maze of music, in l6lf, the band's seventy members could be found blowing and puffing-this was the cause. Although he lost about fifteen of his best musicians, one of the greatest losses in years, Mr. Bergan considered it one of the best he has ever had. Under his baton they appeared for a patriotic program in February and for several Sunday concerts later in the year. They also played several selections for an assembly at the junior high and the high school. In uniforms of red, white and black, they pre- sented a very striking scene. Musical entertainment was provided by them for the graduating exercises. will lurr. lxutlilmwiilxln'l11'l'.Hn'l4'ri lfxnziek, Alulri-5' Lzilliziiii, Ralph I,:iIh:irn, Jznfk I.:- Mars, fVl1lvlrwl l,iiitfi-iih-Ili-i', lzlniin- ll x l li ly ukix li lr Marlin, liurl Mzirlin, John Mariin, Harold Minor, Mil lra-ml Mix. Lynn Nelson. Imn Il'f'niilwi', Ile-un Olson, Martin Url ippis, Mn-lyin l'oll:n'1l, Doris Rlin1lt-s,.I:iriim- Svhroe-dt-r, .lnlin S1-ur. Marilyn Shnw. l,n'sI4'l'SIUlYl1. Il-rrolhy Solwiisvvii. lil lt 'Hi I lin Ii llN1lillYlH'lIl. liivk Stahl, l,:inrin Slam-k, Huh l'lst:ul. IM-lb--ri Wilc,-hue.-iv, lhuii Walters, 4 e L . Yesterda 5' Musicians MISS VVll.l.lAMS REPERTOIRL-1 OF THE ORCHESTRA I"rum'iiisc' Milifuirc' or Slllllf-SIIFIIS Gold :mil Silvcra M ii Svbar Hillbilly Gould Vzilsc' Trish' a ri Silivliiis Svroiiil Syiiijrlioiiy M i H ziyrl ii Viilsc Bliivlff' M M or ai Drigo I'roc'c'xsio11 of flu' Simlrir ljrjnolifou'-Iwnizou' P00111 ii ai Trillivla ORFHESTRA: IM-:nn Amo, Rose' In-v Arnolml, Mary Ashford, Clarcnrm- Balwovk. Mary liamvs-ll,J:1liim'u Hamm, Rohm-rt liickal, Dorothy llonnell. linuvm- Brown, Roger Brown, Lois liurnm-lt, Konne-th Butzier, Lyall Butler, Betty Fannoy, Marilyn Carlson, George Casa-y, Clifford Castor, Gs-ralclinv Croft, Margin- Croft, Fred Crousv, Norman Ijivkerson, Jim Farrvl, Robert Franklin, Lois Finney, Shirlvy Fulion. Mary Garxx-x'. Ijon Greiw-s, Phyllis Hauxrh, VVanda Him-k-, Dale Hilton. limi Holland, Naomi Janowski, Marion Johnson, aliilrfnnlnrrnws' ushers The orchestra under the capable direction of Mr. Bergan and the faithful assistance of Miss Wfilliams had a most successful year. The addition of many new members supplemented the loss of those who graduated. Tests, required of those taking orchestra for credit, included bits about composers, scales and musical terms. A class, held every NVednesday morning for those who failed, proved very worthwhile. Musical pins, awarded annually to those who meet the requirements, were replaced by the "Red F's." Dancing, games and refreshments were en- joyed by the band and orchestra members at the Christmas party. Included in their performances were the Thanksgiving and Christmas concerts. In April they performed for the junior high students. Because of the war, Boone, Ames and Fort Dodge were unable to have their annual spring festival which was to be held at Boone, Iowa. nine Joni-s, Yvonne Knlsow, Kaihli-en Klt-In-r, Margaret Kirhy, Maris- I.:-mnares, Ili-an I,ii'lili-iilwriz, Virginia 4 I II ul. Juni- Lloyd, John Iniclixate, John Martin. Gloria MeI,a1:on, Harold Minov-, Evelyn Mix, Dan 0'l'nnnor, Martin Orrcs Jac I xppus. Doris Rhodes, John Si-ur, Janice Svhron-llor, Gi-nose Smi.h, Dick Stahl, I.:-xurin Siwnek, Holi Ulstail, Don VI 1 litrnii ii . Ivola VVilsnn, I.aVonne NYilson. l .A Strlnll The squuk of the flddle the toot of the horn, the shnll tone of the oboe, and the beat of Wir Bergan s baton lS9Ull'!g from 16E 1re sngns to upper ellssmen th1t music xs hlVll'1g lts sessnons Thus yen' 1 strmg br1ss,vs0odw1nd,c.lar1mt, md horn group xx ere formed fur mshmg 1 xx :de x 1r1etX of num bers for thelr ludnences These I11l1SlC1l hepmts furmshed en tertamment for n u m e r o u s Fort Dodge SLFVICC clubs and pleu ed over manv of KVPD S Knoxx Your School pro grams The crecht for 111 mu sleal groups must go to Mr limb I-ranlxlln Hub Hnkal Durx Rhuriu Ihan Amo John Soar I-RILNIH HORN Q' ARTET Iaul Waltmrs Dun Cruus Dean Amo Harold Minor l I ARINFT QI ARTET limb Spxllmfm Inn-. liurmt 1 m lm I nrt! C64 I 11 ' , , . , . . J 1 1 ' , - v I? 4 1 YY L YYOUDWWND IQYINTETI A A .t 44 ' . . . - , El: im- l.l ljxl, liml 7 my. Instrumental Bcrgln who has 1 knmlx for turning out fmlsiud mum cnns The Show Shop J smill group of sdcct musicians dis plugd thur talmrs at he senior all suhool md sopho morn plax s, md at the Bum i1urL1tc scrum Thur biggest tlsk thlt of duodmg the Tl1U'll.ISLl"lpt for thc opcrgttz Ilrgfix would bg dlfflgult mn for luomplishcd musi uma But to thu cvcs of rhg Lxuburint, unbcltlblc I11LlSl mms nothing V518 nmposinblv. so duuodud it vs is Thur rn und xx IS 1 supurb pgrform mu BRASS SLX'll-T 11 n Vlarlin IJ 11 H111 nur mi r 4 11 HA N411 NTRINK Ql ART!-T X Vldrui 1 rf SHOW SHUI' URI HFSTRA ul ml U All AYIIHN I' 1 m 1 an 4114 11 I- ran 1 ll Xl dfll YYY! YA 1 il' 1 1 1 1 x lhr1.i 165 . ' . , ' N L K i x I ' - L11 , x K , t , ' -J' 4 ' - A ', A " i , 1 'L S ll 'gi' ', .I Pin .L ' 1 ' , 1 i 111, Hznrwld Mi , Laurin St: Ak, lf 4-I Fr uw. 1'larm-m1- 'I - 'l-Q. .' .' L ' I : Frm! f'r41nw, lbnrolhy Hmmm-Il. Lui: liurm-I, i ' "- ' 1ft. N Fr- i'r11uN-, G1-yuwm-HS 'thi i'Iluim1 I.l yd, N' mi J' wki, I1..+1nhy Hfrlizicll. Miss VVill'u N, Hui l'l- stml. Jani'- li'11 -. lhl " klil. Jar - I,lv1,'l, M' '- In yr-f. M: - ui-l'r1ft.HarfluiMin11r,IJal1-H'l- tm. Mr. - ': n. 7 llnilqers' Pied Piper Snappy in their whitc and black uniforms, the FDHS band stood at attention for the flag raising ceremony at the beginning of each football game. As the flag slowly ascended, the band played "The Star Spangled Banner" and other patriotic songs. When the signal for intermission sounded, the band marched down the Dodger field and began to form the letters FDI-IS and the letters of the opposing teams. Then marching up the field they turned and made a V for victory, and marched back to their places at the band stand. Besides the football games the band played at the Masonic convention, Chamber of Commerce, and Memorial Day parade. MARCHING BAND: Dean Amo, Rose Lee Arnold, Clarence Babcock, Robert Banwell, Robert Bickal, Samuel Broas, Roger Brown, Lois Burnet, Carl Burt, Kenneth Butzier, Clifford Castor, Roger Chrysler, Fred Crouse, Norman Dickerson, Donita Dillon, Jim Dol- liver, Jeanette Ecklund, Betty Enterline, Jim Farrel, Robert Fortney, Robert Franklin, Don Grieves, Duane Harris, Sylvia Haugen, Dale Hilton, Charles Hollister, Carroll Hovick, Robert Jacobs, Paul Jenson, Stanley Johnson, Marguerite Kallin, Jim Karsjens, Al- berta Kerr, Kathleen Kleber, Helen Knack, Audrey Latham, Ralph Latham, Jack Le Mars, Mildred Lingenfelter, Elaine Lloyd, Jack Mackey, Bob Martin, Earl Martin, John Martin, Harold Minor, Mildred Mix, Lynn Nelson. Dan 0'Connor, Dean Olson, Martin Orres, Jack Pappas, Melvin Pollard, Doris Rhodes, John Sear, Marilyn Shaw, Lester Smith, Dorothy Sorenson, Dick Sperlan, Bob Spillman, Dick Stahl, Laurin Stanek, Bob Ulstad, Delbert VVilschusen, Don Walters. Mr. Orlh. our nine-stro, unil his so1ii:sli'w--ws. Hand Picked Fur Harman The A Cappella Choir is one of the most out- standing musical groups in our school. Under the direction of Mr. Howard Orth, this choir pre- sents a musical program with finesse. The personnel is made up of former members of sophomore or junior choruses who have looked forward to the honor of becoming one of the singers in this choir. Experiences gained in singing in the A Cappella Choir have permanent values. Many programs and choirs have been enriched with the voice of a former member of this organization which has be- come a part of the tradition of the school. The officers of the choir for this year were: Gene Brown, presidentg Helen Knack, secretary, XVarren Stump and Mary Martin, librarians. W'ith the help of the other two choruses of the school, the A Cappella Choir performed for three important school events: The Thanksgiving assembly, the Christmas program .ind the Commencement exer- cises. Other programs have been given for the junior high school, the district teachers' convention, Karl King's band concert, a Methodist Church program, and three radio broadcasts over KVVD. We com- mend Mr. Orth for his good musical taste and his untiring efforts for the benefit of this choir. liort Dodge will never forget him. A l'AI'l'l'Il,LA l'HOIR: Fourth Row Ili-llvi-rt W'ilsliiifvn. Keith l'v-li-rsoil, ll:-nnis Johnson, llon Szirnpsoii. lfri-il l'rivlisr-. Rohn-rt Mui'- llowvll, Ilon Martin, Uoliulzis Munkholm, Hs-rli Tyre-ll, Dun Ke-rst'-n, I-Illwooil Jrrlvlisiiil, Harold Minor. 'I'hir1l Row Iionitn limleli- -loin, Hvlvn Olson, liz-irlmyzi Hamilton. Laiirvriev VValli-rick, Dick Vi-rvorie. Diizim- Harris, Karl Johnson. Don Vsirlson, liriinu Ses- line, liiiui-nv Brown. Maur:-ne Phillips, Mary Martin. Lois Beiirhlol. Second kms Ji-ziiiiitte Mem-fee. Joan Glenflf-iiiiiir, Mary Lock- man. Phyllis Tabor. Bev:-rly Iaiwri-y, lizirhara liasle-r, Sylvia Hairzc-n. 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Nina, masquerading as .1 boy. is smuggled aboard the yacht and goes to Bermuda where she is protected by .in unsuspecting choirmaster, lfranx. She becomes Ll page for Xlrs. Van Dare. Nlr. Thurston falls in love with Geraldine and proposes to her in .1 letter which is never delivered. ciCI'.llQllI1C persuades her aunt to send Xina back to New York, and it is then discovered that she is really a girl. Recovering from his first disappointment, lfranx adopts Nina and they leave the isl.1nd. Years later when Nina h.1s become .1 great singer. they all meet again and Nlr. Thurston's letter is discovered. Geraldine learns it w.1s I11C.lI1I for her and accepts, leaving -lack free to marry Nina. As every presentation must h.1ve its funny incidents, this one had its sh.1re. Through experience, Shurlee Groat knows where the master switch is, for she turned the audi- torium into total darkness. Keith Peterson enjoyed many thrilling rides on the sand bags. Ray is still recovering from the shock of discovering "she" was only a sophomore. liver since operetta time Helen answers to the name of "Zipper Knackf' Need we say more? llenry Kaiser h.1s nothing oi1 the stage crew for they produced a yacht in double quick time. They also constructed a background for the second LIC! that had the audience almost believing the water w.1s real. The art classes painted the scenery. The c.1st was as follows: Captain of the Yacht, Don Sampsong Sybil Van Dare, Barbara Clooleyq Sulette, Shurlee Groatg Pietro, Keith Petersong Geraldine Van Dare. llelen lieckerg Klack Travers. Paul Tempelg john Thurston. Gene Brown: Nirs. Ogleby Van Dare, Gladyce llohnsong jenkins, Ray Iiallonq Herr lfranz, Dennis Johnson: Nina, llelen Knackq Antonio Columbo, Iiarbara liaslerq Corelli. Laurence NValterick. R1't're11fio11 pier . . . Xen' York Cily. Musical Numbers Aer I Overture Opening Chorus Ensemble lle Says Yes'-She Says No Cieraltline, lack. Chorus Call Me Uncle Thurston, Sybil. Chorus love ls like a lfirefly Nina Something Sufette, klenkins Giannina Mia Nina lfinale Ensemble Act ll ln Sapphire Seas Sybil, Ensemble Tommy Atkins , , ,Nina, Ensemble Sympathy Geraldine, Thurston, Chorus A XVoman's Smile -lack De Trop jenkins, Suzette, Pietro XVe're Going to Make a Man of You Nina, jack, Jenkins, Thurston, Franz The Beautiful Ship from Toyland Franz, Chorus W'hen a Maid Comes Knocking at Your Heart Nina lfinale Ensemble Act III Opening W'.1ltx Ensemble The Latest Thing from Paris Chorus and Dancers The Dawn of l,ove Nina lfinale Ensemble Ou flu' Inu ll of ffm' Van Dim' whiff' . . .Bi'r1f111ifa. lllrectnr s MOONSHINE Luke Jack Pun mek Rexenue Officer Harold Arkoff Wuth hrs drawlxng xolcc and nlhteratc. person alnty jack Ponsmck presented a colorful frgure rn hrs role of Iukc the mountam hrllbnllx rn Moon shmc Unknovung Luke the hnllbnlly refused to krll Jnm Dunn revenue offrcer played by Harold Arkoff who was an old enemy of the moonshnners nm Dunn caught by the moonshmers evaded death by a clever scheme Under an assumed name he pretended to be world wearv and begged Luke to shoot hum for he was afrand to shoot hnmself bemg a belncver rn remcarnatnon Presently he had rlhterate luke mfluenced enough that he was afrald to shoot hxm The rev enuer then departed leavmg hrs name and address wrth Luke m case he ex er came to New York Only too late drd Luke realnze Jnm Dunn s farce hrgh rn the of the Dan A small cabm located some place Tennessee Mountams was the scene Totheroh drama In the Darkness Eleanor Hoevet gave a genumely sympathetic and movmg performance rn the role of L1zz1e a trred and drscouraged woman whose unhappiness IS he1ghtened by the behef that her husband Nath rs becommg a drunkard Nath was very convmc nngly enacted by Bob Newsum When Arth the departmg hnred man sugge ts that LIIZIC leave mth hum she agrees How Bess Yath s sister discovers that blmdness not lnquor rs the cause of Nath s strange behavror and Llz decxdes to stay because she IS needed forms a strrrmg chmax to the productnon The part of Arth was well played by Andy Schlll and Barbara Hamnlton as Bess gave a truly fme performance IN THE DARKNESS Bess Barbara Hamllton LIZZIE Eleanor Hoevet Nath Bob Newsum Arth Andy Schlll Dilemma SITPPRESSED DESIRES Mabtl liarlnra lilwwm Stephen Putt nt lfruxxn Hin xutta Ht-ltn liecktr Htltn Btcktr xx is OLlISIlI1LllI'lg in tht lLldlI1S, role of Supprtsstd Dtsirts is l-ltnritttl xxho vx 19 1 fan for psx Cho milxsis thlt is, until the sub tonscious mind of htr sisttr Vllbtl threatened to break up Henrietta s mirriagt Xerx amusing xxtrt tht fltial txprtssions and xxittx remarks of Htnritttls husblnd Sttphtn, plaxtd bx Eugent Brown, who was forcttl to rtad xolumts on psxtho analvsis whlth ht thought utterlv riditulous Barbara Bloxom xx is xtrx rtilistit in her role of on psy Cho analx sis The plax xxas brought to an ll'l1LlSlI1g Climax xxhen the tables vxtrt turntd on Htnritttl, and sht gaxe up all xicxxs on psxtho .lnalxsis and tht sub tonstious mind in ortltr to kttp htr homt sintl Stephen Surprisinglx tlifftrtnt in plot Ind tolor wls Anton C,htl1hox s Tht Boor in xxlith Bomtl Botltnsttin as Xlltllmt Popox drtxx xxtll dtstrxttl praist, 15 did Bud Cooptr in his rolt IS tht tlishini, Russiln bill tolltttor Smirnox, xx ho turnttl to tht rolt of lox tr it tht tlimvc of tht pllx Cast IS Lulu, tht serxant of,1ll xxork, Ktith Ptttrson ktpt tht luditncc in tonstint hilaritx xxith his portrax il of 1 mttk old strx ant troublttl xxlth rhtumltism togtthtr xxith tht finintial wo rits of his ldorttl mistrtss lVl.1CllI11L Popox As tht 'Vlltllmt Smirnox tnttrs to tltmlntl the pax mtnt of 1 tltbt Tht Russiin, 1 tonfirmttl xxomin h1ttr rhtn tlt tllrts his inttnst lxtrsion for the furtr stx Both rags. furiouslx It tht othtr until exchlustttl xx htrt upon the tsstntt of lfftttion tntcrs tl ill ttrminatttl hlppilx THE BOOR Lulta Keith ltttrson Smlrnox Burl Looper Madam lopux Bonita liml enatein l l 1 1 1 -1 Vik- A ' ' 1 1g ' , V " 1 1 ' L 1 -K I' I X l'. l ,, - ' 1 li - Y Y' i l' Y,' " x ,y l VXI' A ' L V IV ,L L t-Q L ' ' - 1 - 1' A L L 1 V 1 V V1 - 111 V1 - - ' A 1 ' 1 A A 1 . 1 :V ' 1 A ' 11 1 lk- ' , . 3 . 1. 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First Row l"i'uni'es lispinuzzi, Iilaiinv Tracy, .Izuiiev Stnnek, lirtle Mui- Knuilson, Gloria C'oli'mzin. Louise 'I'ziylnr. l'Iili-1-ii Woirenson, Cheryl Nicholls. S mhnls The desire to dance prevailed throughout the club's activities this yearg therefore, the majority of their social gatherings proved to be dances. Various devices were employed to provide partners for each dance: such as matching a broken heart or drawing numbers. The julse box provided ample music and the evenings were topped by light re- freshments. Each dance involved three committees: decoration. refreshment and social. The executive branch consisted of Loretta Alensen, president: I,ouise Taylor, vice-president: Gloria Coleman. sec- retary: Audrey Sweeney, treasurer. nf Ser ice A two-day Friendship Festival, highlighted by the presence of Mr. A. Draper of Simpson Col- lege, was the crowning achievement of the Senior Girl Reserves this year. After a series of negotia- tions by the club's members, he agreed to appear. Inspiration to strive for personal betterment was stirred by Mr. IJraper's address. lfollowing an assembly and a day of private conferences. the students gathered in the gym at four o'clock for a dance. This year's officers were Margaret Ann Ruge, presidentg -Ianice Happe, vice-president: Mary Nelson. seeretaryg Dorothy Bonnell, treasurer. SENIOR GIRL RESI'fRYI'IS: Thiril Row Norma .Ivan Hifmlli-1-. June Gibbs, lfrziiiew Vzillzihaii, Doris Sim- mons, Helen lim-liln-rw. Annu Mui- Rf:-sintt, Mytlii-:A Shi-rnizin, Phyllis 'I'ailim', Ni-vzuli-ll In-niln-ru. Shirley Fiiltiin, .Miilrey G2-iifliuii, Nlziry June- f'zill:ih1in. Mary Ann Gziillnurv, ll-lin ll:-urtfi-, St-etiiml Row Ro-if I.:-1' Arnold. illn- stnriei- Hziviuhursl. Mziry lim-. Hairy l":inLtni:in, Doris IN-ilm-i'soii. iii-vi-rly liszins, lflufiiu- I,li,y4l, Lois Finm-v, Doris Iihmles, li:irlm:ii'zi llzislvr, Ruth Ann Siizsiwv, lilli-n Thurs:-n, linrluirzi I'u1li'y. 'l'hi-:inn lhippas, Iivliiee Forster, G1-oryria VY:-iilvniziii, Ji-un Mzilmiivy. First rmv Ilfirothy liiinnn-ll. Iforis R-,ski-, Iilizziln-th Reinmzin. lin-vi-rly Johnson, Mary Ni-lsfvn. Mznrilziri-4 Ann Rum-. lit-xvrly Miss Haslie. V! illizinisr n, I':iulini- I url-nn, Iaiiiise I imstziiillliv, .- , E112 VY til it n' Yuun gf nu 4 ,,f LATIN l'I.l'B: First Row Ann Wusem, Evelyn Waist-rn, Don VVeishaar, Tom Dorsey, lion Kersten, l'hyllis Castor. Second Row M:n'::zii't-1 Ann Rum-. Walter Sehulwrt, Mary liunwn-ll, Mzirjnriv Babeoek, Doris Simmons, Curtis Tessum, Stanley Johnston, Miss lioxwi-ll. Third Row Miriam In-isrhton. Phyllis lf:-ililt-i'soii, lmlzilee Lewis, Mary Lorizi, Norma Jean Hezullee, Mailalyn Lund. After a year of retirement, the Latin Club was re-established this year and proved to be a very worthwhile venture. It provided both social and educational activities for its members. The group consisted of only fourth year students, and meet- ings were held every two weeks during class time. l7irst semester officers were Don Kersten, Consul: Evelyn Whisem, Secundus Consulg Nlary Banwell. Scribus. They were succeeded in the second semester by Tom Dorsey, Consul: Ann W.iseiii, Secundus Consul: XY'alter Schubert. Scribus. In These The birth of La Pandilla Espanola marked the beginning of the 1942-45 school year. lts members consist of those students enrolled in second year Spanish only. The year's attractions consisted of a Mexican missionary and a naval officer of Colombiag both spoke in Spanish to the clubls mem- bers. The Christmas party was climaxed by the visit of Dr. Knowles who presented his film of Mexican scenes. The officers of the club were: Helen Becker, president: Bill Cadbury, vice- presidentg Bonnie Barr, secretary. Sl'ANlSll l'l.l'B: Tliirnl Row li:-tty ll:u'lvui', Hi-len lil-eker, Jeiinnt- Flurlx, Karl Johnson, liuzl C'ou1u-r, Miss Anile-rson. Second Row lillai lflt-nk. Iiilei-n Wuxi-lisnii, liill Gmllrury. .lim MeM:ih-in, Viviun Wiss. First Row Mzirjorit- Johnson, Marlene Iiuvk. Jum- Si-hzirf. Yvonne liukuvsky. llvyt-rly lnvwrey. i firms , .A . 'Y 4 LIBRARIANS: St-eonil Row Gloria Gras, Marie In-nipares, Mary Jznn- f'all:ihun. Louise lfootv, Helen F11-ak, Yvonne Lnkavsky. l"irst Row Joan Coffe-e. Vurol llomlvll. M:-irizzirm-t Davis, Shirley Price. Marjvriv Hill. Uur Clubs Almost every Tuesday night you will find a group of enthusiastic girls diligently learning under Miss Blazer's guidance to become competent libra- rians. During school time they work in pairs check- ing the books in and out, filing, collecting fines on overdue books, and supplying material to be posted on the bulletin boards. ln addition to the general routine, a tabulation was made on the popularity of the various magalines and books. lt is through their encouragement that the reading activities of Dodger students are stimulated. The llelta Alpha Chi emerged from the neces- sity of a medium through which our local artists could expel any excess vitality. Twice monthly the fifty odd members congregated for a party. The type of party varied from picnics to costume dances. During the beginning of the school term they trooped off via jallopies to the Hydro-Electric Park where after .1 game session everyone indulged in weiners and cocoa. The officers were: Bob New- sum, president: Edith Banwell, vice-president: Don Kersten, secretary-treasurer. ART C'LI'B: liavk Row Anne Milrhvll,f'uroli'1iyls-, lion Sampson. Art Davis, Miss Anthony, liill Algooul, lloli Ulstaul, Vhzirlolts- Rust, Annir-e Hurluy. St-1-mul Row Ji-an Foffeo, Patty Nelson, GL-ralvlinv Vrnft. H4-len Kiiaek, l'l4li!h lianwvll, Ht-lm-n Olson. Joan Knowles, Eleanor Hoe-vol, Louisa' Taylor. First Row Jack lionnell. Arthur Kirsch, Gs-oruv Knaz-lt, lion Vzirlson, lioli Nm-wsum. Delbert Wilshusen. l I IRHT FI' AM DFBATI' RS li ll lx R1 xx Iim Mr Mahon H.firul4l Arlfuff lrnnl Run Andy Srhill -su. ii sn 3 Uplnlnnalers The Dodger debate team terminated the most sueeessful season established in reeent years bs plae ing third in the state tourney at Iowa City March 26 The issue of debate was Resolved That .1 Federal Worlel Government Should Be Established reeord at the annual Brindley Tournament at Cedar Iealls with both the affirmative and negative losing no debates and opposing each other in the finals Iaek Poisniek, Harold Arkoff Jim McMahon and Andy Schull placed in that order as high individual speakers winning four year scholarships to Iowa State Teaehers College The masters of the silver tongue appeared at Cedar Rapids for the Coe Col lege Speeeh Festival and onee warn placed first Lite Februarx sm them further north where they eom peted against teams from Minnesota, Iowa, and Wiseoiasin in the Tri St are Tournament They these three meets went xarious invitational contests with schools in this vicinity Mueh eredit tor this yen s exeellent reeord goes to Coach E E Attleson who in his first vear here developed .1 team that will long be remembered for its polished and fluent oratorits Through his efforts they hue aehieved xx ide reeognition UPBATI' l I ASS Arla m Pstlund uit ir: ll lim MrMahon ir Ihr k Ci ru ne Ji-uk 'ms link in Ixnrhmr Hildu.Ar4 S n tr lxithi rim Willis Andy iill CUHNIAHUDL Batty H n rinpton Donna Kllfll Harold -Xrkuff lunmlh Hnktg Jim Kars Ji n M irtin Urn Ruger Lhry-.ltr C787 .I 'I f '.': C ,' - 'l , if wv V 9 is L ' ' 4,4 . '4 ' A .lm-k 15 it-kf if A - p 6 ' X QQ if t I I " .i i ' '.'- ""gz . l 1 A . I . 1 n U ' Q . . , 1 1' a ' ' ' ' " - ' m , " , ' ' , - , . gtg . . . . T . ' . ' U ' ' ' '- . . v The local representatives compiled an enviable brought down first rating there also. Along with K t ' D - , I 4 . . i . i i i 1 1 V ' L . -Iv . . . .X 1 L . 1 Hui! -A of -.Q - is-l iii--i-w'ili.S, '- -- , - I Ju: zx ', ' -" l In dh- 2. 'z f ' - " ':, Scli., linuist- ' -, - ' Back Row Ruth Droege, Eleanor Hoevet. Elizabeth Rt-inman. A typical Saturday mornlnsr with the stare crew. nite Forster. Front Row Georgia VVL-iilt-man, Velvzi Rose uison, Anniee Hurley. liruuntl Wnrlsers Wheri the curtain rises on a play or on the oper- etta and the audience gasps at the versimilitude of the scenery, they little realize the many hours spent in producing it. livery Saturday morning sounds echo and re-echo through the school corridors as the "stage crewersn build the effective background for the dramas. This group of overly-ambitious students is under the supervision of the very capable Mr. Cortright, and much credit goes to them for the success of any stage performance. XVhen the first of the new school year arrives and everyone desperately tries to find his new assembly seat. he will appreciate the hours of toil of seven girls. These girls painted and yarnished new numbers on the seats in the auditorium. fit-"ical xvorl-,f-r.: in thi- Slixii-rintenflt-nt's office: Mrs. Mabel lliiiievlut-. Fhc-ryl Si-huh. and Margaret Uleson. ln a school system as large as liort Dodge's there is need of a capable staff of clerical workers. They make the "wheels go round smoothly and quickly." Mrs. Mabel Rutledge, the secretary to the school board. has had a tremendous task this year to keep her record books since a percentage of the salary is taken for war bonds and victory tax. Replacing Dorothy Larson as secretary to Mr. Willianns is Margaret Oleson. An efficient office worker, a confidante, and an understanding person is Mrs. Buegel in charge of the high school office. Marjorie Coughlin, a grad- uate of 1942, replaced Vernice Gramstead in the high school office. ln addition, a high school girl gives further assistance at the switchboard. VI'-rival workers in thi- l'rinc-ipal's office: Marjorie Couirhlin, D Vis l's-:li-rson, Mrs. liuvylvl. + c Uur Pride An inexperienced but ambitious staff gathered together on a fateful day in September to take steps toward organ- izing what was to be the last Big Dodger for the duration. Under the direction of Miss Anderson, faculty advisor, and with the assistance of Nlarian Crews, editor, everyone was de- termined to do his best. The campaign for Dodger sales, held at the beginning of the year, originated with a campaign carnival. The side shows included: hula hula dancers QDean Stark, Bruno Sestine, Bob New- sum, Dean Tueljg tight rope walker fArthur Hoeflinjg the Boy W'onder fllay lfallonjg the high diyer fShurlee Ciroatjg gay nineties singer CHelen Knaekjg and barkers fKeith Peter- son and Barney Haglundj. As a climax to the carnival the Dodger song was sung by Barbara Cooley and the staff. The many four o'cloCk sessions in- cluded both work on the annual and heated debates on the problems of the world. Between bites of food, bits of conversation, and a maze of paper and Step riuhl up lu thi- lioiluer i-urniyal . , , Hi-len :incl lixelyn insper-I the progress of the Dodger sales ezimpaiizn . . . Saturday :ilti-riiunii finds the Duflxrvr staff nt wow-lt . , , A liiiwlsi-yo View of the dark room . . . Hrual, lu-vper of the dark room. 'S' x N91 ,X 1 ,-any A I -rg' ' , if f, ,fy "2-6, 522 , ,j',,xgfgX 'I - 94 wg? fi 2 ,. 7 I . fa K ji, W 1 X ' 4 " ' ' ' wwf E ' ' an 553 bf 3 xl 1 L 1' fi, V , I H' iq 3 3 'gn ,fi ,y Tj? 4 f f ,V " ,Qi 'g ig " ' 4' in , J .T I I If v, I I 1 ' N xX'gs W A 2 i , .Q , 1 , A if "?i L f 5' 1- ? 6' gf., H.: 1 Q l x V g 'ajnwf x 4 ., V I .,m,W4,y-m,,,m ' 1 7 K ,fi 4 . ws.g4,,,, V .54 t gk? ,, Yywqzf.. 3 I A 2 ' 1 4' Q 1 ' "if 5 ' e V' 'Z , ' gif- ' if ' X f' ff Exit, Le., . 4. 54 ' gb 6. V' , "' . --T , '. O M aw xx , lv'- A ' -V ' nf V, 4,1 I z , 1 K P4 32 1- , 22. is "eil, -N- Q I 1. -Lines The past year has been both busy and eventful for the Little Dodger, Each of the semester staffs has had its share of fun and headaches. Most of the lighter moments were spent in the Little Dodger office, lo- cated next to Miss Sharon's home room. There was the time when the lock on the Little Dodger office door was brok- en, unknown to Miss Sharon. lt proved very helpful when someone wanted to sneak out during class for a sip of I-LO. Then there were the times when Mary Banwell,s "Sid Gay Blaekguardn came out. It was rated as the best scandal sheet in school. When not causing some sort of excitement, the amateur journalists worked hard and diligently getting the paper to press on time. During the past year the paper has been praised and honored many times. National recogni- tion was given to the special Victory Corps edition that was printed in November. .li-anne, Iiill. Ilia-k, Audrey, and Jane with the uuiwlanee of Miss Sharon plan the ni-xt issue . . . Onna-Lee and Mary the editors , . . Iiill, Huh, and .Ii-anne filling: in their "swim:-Imoks" . . . H1-ily, Phyllis, llivk, and IM-1' wfrltim: ufry 1 'fl hziril. qsz P'-Lines The advertising department received .1 feather for its cap when the Arrow Shirt Company gave national advertis- ing to various school papers and chose the Little Dodger as one of the schools to receive a contract. Thousands of Little Dodgers were sent out this year to our boys in foreign and home service. The circulation has been taken care of bv Delores Ulstad and Elaine Lloyd. Something new was added to the Dodger sports sectiong it was a sports column written about girls, sports. The first semester it was "Petticoat Promenade bv Wogie'l and the second semester it was "Petticoat Promenade bv Virgie VH with Virginia Vinsand as its author. The feature page also acquired something new. It was a column telling of the work Dodger students were doing to help the war effort. It came under the appropriate head of "Dodger Parade on the Home lfrontf' Uni- nf Ihnwt' ran- moms-nts when thi- 1-ntirvjonrnalirnl class istogt-thi-r. . . Holi, Virginia, Elaine, and Floyd makinx: work for Mr. Postman . . . The advertising dc-partme-nt Earl. lif-v, Pat, and Gus . . . Virginia types one of lic-rnar4I's stories. MH QvV -4? P 4 lctury Enrps On the flrst day of the second semester of the 1942 43 school year the Vlctory Corps was offxclally maugurated mto FDI-IS Thls orgamzatxon, orlglnated by the Natlonal Board of Educatlon ln collaboratlon Wlth the army and navy OfflCl3lS, has the pra1seworthy purpose of f1tt1ng hrgh school boys and gxrls for the armed servnce and war 1ndustr1es wh1ch are now demandlng so many of our young people Although thls was one of the most drastlc changes ever made 1n our hlgh school, the actual begmnmg was smooth, thanks to the weeks of mtensrve plann1ng by Mr Feelhaver, the faculty, the school board, and the advlsory comm1ttee The last group was appolnted to study problems as they arose and to make recommendatlons for thelr best solutlon No actual power of dec1s1on was gxven them Possxbly the greatest dlfference can be seen 1n the courses of study Many of the standard subjects were altered to meet the new needs, and several ent1rely new ones were 1ntroduced, such as war physlcs and re fresher math, and extracurrlcular act1v1t1es wh1ch would gnve the students further opportunxty for prepar1ng for SCFVICC an after school class 1n radlo code, flrst a1d courses, a noon refresher math class EXlSt1I1g requlre ments for graduatlon are automatlcally walved for Vlctory Corps mem bers, and senlors were gxven all poss1ble allowances 1n the matter of VICCOFY Corps requ1rements so that they could 1o1n The a1r, commun1ty land, productlon, and sea d1v1s1ons are the fnve unlts of the organlzatlon Correspondmgly the faculty was d1v1ded 1nto f1ve groups, each wlth 1ts respectlve head These are Mr Bloxom fair, , M1ss Boxwell Ccommunltyj Mr Cooper Clandj Mr Cortrlght fpro duct1onQ , M1ss Moss fseaj To the heads of the d1v1s1ons goes much credrt for the success of the Vxctory Corps Their dut1es 1n th1s capaclty have added greatly to thexr work Indurflon 1 1 rr mmm or Ihr' V11 tory Corps nzrnibrfrv Q84 I . . . . , . 7 ' 9 , n , 0 - . . l 85 VICTORY LORPS ADVISORY BOARD Mr-. 0 J Whlttnmure Mr S I Ihcknl I' I' Martin Ml L T Iulhaur Mrs HemyI llallldt Mr H J WIIIIBIHN and 'Vlr P J Rodenbnrn 4- Ar -4254 4 O- 7If OOII ff .zy , H L 4 C? W it Q J In thx. nux subject of ILFOIIILIIILS the SILlLlLI1fSlLlI'I1 xxhlt uerx young pnlot should knoxx In flet 1t the und of the ple fllght trumnq thu n tlke the exlm for 1 prnx pilot s lleense LXLlLldlI'lQ thelr hours m t ur md those xxho plss L lrdul their lleense lr IS 1 rtqlllilft. of tha. nr LllXl5l0l'l of rhe VC, Here Roxee Cornell md IIIH C olllns solxe 1 lxnottx problem Hnllqers 'Vhss Croxx s home nursmg course IS one of the most prutlcal ID the sehool not onlx nn xxar tnme but ln peace tnme as xx ell Demonstratnons bv Red Cross nurses, 11 studx of nutrmon, and practlcal applxcatnon such as Irma Shappell s and Xelma Showers bed changmg are hugh hghts of the semester Members of the C.0I11H1LlHltN dlxlsnon must mke the eourse Learnmg the PI'lI1ClPlL and theorx of radlo-reulxers and transmltters not onlx through classroom studx but also by actual buxldmg has been 1 mxx expernenu. for many Dodgers Part of one of che classes learns about rldno flrst hand The ur LllVl9l0I'l rc qunres thas eourse fi Dlll In Htrt su. behold tht hr I'L'lLl1ll'lLf cffttt of tht Red Cross Om of Nhss R1thtrt s fxrst .nd glasses lurns to appls 1 ts pt of htad blndagt In thus standard tourse tht tundamtntlls of tmtrvtnts treatmtnt lre lurncd Afttr tsstnts hours of trammg tht pupil IS glsen .1 Red Cross ttrtlfl Latf. Thls IS a rtqulrement for ull Y lctors Corps mtmbtrs Thus se1r tht boss calloustt hands and broadtntd shoulders mas be traced to tht phssxcal fntmss glass ntss and pltnts ruggtd Obstult courses sxmnlar to thost used ln trammg regular soldntrs, flgld Lallsthcnms, 1nd marching drnll are lmong the builder upptrs tm plos ed bs Coach Nlarquns Thr. snscth pernod tlnss htrt mlkts the gs m ctho the rhs thm1cf5 trud of thur ftct E ...X I Xlr Ttmphns pr1a.t1c.1l sutncc cllss ltlrns ntss tatts about thangt un mttnls nn m txpernmtnt sshlch tould prost strs ustful nn arms mtthanxts and ln mans othtr ss ass Ixlst .1 numbtr of our othtr rtgular subjttts thls om IS bung mort md mort ldapttd to ss lr tlmt Winning Accurate scale model aircraft has proved the most efficient training device for the recognition of air- craft, range estimation and cone of fire. For this reason the army, navy and defense groups needed lit- erally thousands of these models. The huge variety of planes required the modeling of many different types of fighters, scouts, bombers, torpedo planes and commercial planes as well as those of the Axis countries. After careful consideration it was decided that these scale model aircraft could be built through the utilization of the nation's schools. It is significant to note that Fort Kllriiwuml l'i'nw starts Ihiiws out hy riiitiii :ul thi- parts . . . Disk Kullmun fiiiishinu the parts . . . l4zu'bzu'a lil-ixom and Shirley lxi'1-mlm-I' St'lv2ll'2lll!lL! Ihr' paris. rw With Winqs Dodge was delegated the largest order in Iowa. The air students and stu- dents enrolled in this special class are rapidly diminishing the number of planes for which we are respon- sible. These planes, built entirely of basswood, are built to the scale of one inch to sixty-two degrees. Several inventions by Professor H. Lynn Bloxom, our aeronautics teacher, stepped up production and improved the quality of the finished product. Yes, Fort Dodge High School has really rolled up its sleeves, and dug in. And we are applying all our ef- forts for defense and the hastening of victory. Holi Miller, Jar-k Rune, Jai-k Rohn, Iom Stapleton, Mr. Pharm-s, Marlin Urn--a. Ollie- Hahhab demonstrate the various stares in assembly . . . Joe Lynn inspi-cts the finishi-il plum-S . . . Hub Ratht-rmm-l uml George Knuvk pziintinu the ships, soy rqccenl' an lE3lMllll7lll . . . our heroes . . . those we cheer . . . wild excitement of football in the tangy air of autumn . . . measured tread of marching feet in physical fitness classes . . . the honor of FDI-IS upheld . . . Q90 5.-. 913 ev v si ' s 9' 1 rx v , ' v' ,' - 4 ,' 5 . ' - W W 1 '30 5 2 S653 A SQl'AD FOOTBALL: Third row Hill, Sells, VVhittemore. Taylor, VVooda-ird, Pray, Knaek. Weishaar, Hamilton, Whiteomhe, Waseni, Schuh. Gadbury. Second row Coach Marquis, Blombe-rg. Fletcher, Sehill. Rohn, Beers, Carpenter, Carlson, Newman, Rugs, Spillman, Sehmoker, Willis, Handeland, Coach Raker, Athletic Director Cooper, First row Coach Shafland, Te-ssum, McMahon, Anderson. Muhl, Bittner. Peterson, Libbey, Fischer, Armstroniz,Cooper, Fin-seler, lieisser, Martin, Waddell, Coach Mt-Kinstry. Their Heiznril Speaks tlust two weeks before the opening of school on one of the hottest days of the year thirty loyal Dodgers braved the weather and reported for their first football practice. To the eyes of even the mcst optimistic drug store quarter-back, the Dodgers' future looked rather dark. W'ith only three returning lettermen, it looked as if Forrest Marquis, who began his first year as football coach of Fort Dodge High School, would be confronted with a great task. However, despite the inexperience of the squad, cooperation and spirit were excellent, Although their pace slowed down at the latter part of the season, the Dodgers had a good year, winning five out of nine games. On September 18, the Dodgers traveled to Perry to play the most thrilling game of the season. The fourth quarter began with the Dodgers on the short end of a 7-0 score. Then in the last ten minutes they rallied to score 21 points and win the game. Muhl and Woodard were the standouts for the locals with Muhl making more than two hundred yards by scrimmage. With only a handful of spectators braving the blinding September snowstorm, the game between Fort Dodge and Boone made history. But the spirit of the Dodgers was not to be dampened by the snow for they literally ran the Boone team ragged. The final score was 19-0 in favor of the Dodgers who again gained possession of the traditional horseshoe. On October Z, the local preps were to play North Des Moines at Drake Stadium. After traveling through a steady drizzle of rain, they arrived in the capital city and headed for the stadium. They were dressed and ready for action when the officials announced that the game was to be cancelled. Be- cause the field had been newly sodded after the Army War Show, the Drake officials had decided that it was best not to play the game. K7ItIt'k ,fikllflwf for lrmzfllv. Q92 FIRST TEAM: Coarhes Marquis and Shaf- land. Haekfield Knavk, VVhitc'ombe, VVnod- ard. Muhl. Line Fieseler, Cooper, Arm- strong, Pray, Libbey, Fischer, Hands-land. So on Tuesday, October 6, the game with North Des Moines was played in the local stadium. With an eye on the Blue Earth game, just three days off, Coach Marquis used a number of second team men for most of the game. However, the reserves showed what good material they were made of, and the team won their third victory in three starts. In the only out of state game with Blue Earth, Minnesota, the Dodgers won another decisive vic- tory with a score of 12-0. The efficient use of the T formation by East Waterloo resulted in the season's first defeat for Fort Dodge. The final score was 22-6. Stung by their defeat at the hands of East Wat- erloo, the Dodgers went into their game with East Des Moines with a new vigor. They completely outplayed the representatives of the capital city and won by a score of 12-7. On October 30, the West Waterloo team invaded Fort Dodge. Although our players were completely 3, ,at 9, outweighed, they were never outplayed, but they lost by a score of 28-18. The next game for the Dodgers resulted in a defeat at the hands of the Mason City State Cham- pions. However, it is interesting to note that we gained more yardage by scrimmage than the Mo- hawks, and only the failure to score lost the game for us. The final score was 14-0. For the annual Charity game the Dodgers met Webster City on November 13. The power of the visitors overwhelmed the local preps by a two point margin to end the season for Fort Dodge. Transportation difficulties made it difficult to arrange games for the second team. 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The war has brought about a great number of changes in our lives as well as the lives of our of our best instructors have gone of their countryg among these is an learned teacher, and a fine fellow. will be missed in our high school as Much can be said for the remark- teams he has built in the eight years teachers. Many into the service active coach, a Lester Shafland will the others. able basketball he has been with us. The students that have met him through his classes and around the school will remember his erect and well polished person. We all wish him the best of luck and all the drive he needs to make his mark in the United States Navy. A fight for the tip-in at the I-last Des Moines izame: note the look on Tom I'ray's fare . . . Swish! Grant Kallansruwl eonnen-ts with an amrle shot that leave: our enemies stanilinu with their mouths open . . . Nu one 4-an tell whether the crowd is busy combing: its hair or watching Muhl sink another long shot. 1979 s- so ,-.Z INS, 5. ,Z A SQUAD BASKETBALL: Third Row Duliois. Pruhaska. Tessum, S1-hill, Cavanmnrh. St-huhert. Sm-und Row Cuaeh Shaflzlnd, Knaek, Anderson, Fieseler Wt-ishaar, Martin. Com-h Ruker. First Row Sells, Davidson. Kallansrud, Pray, Mamiiissmi, Dorsey. livers. ...The Men When there were still a few weeks left in the football season. Coach Lester Shafland issued a call for fall basketball players, and soon there were over fifty boys working out. However, two weeks before the first game, the squad had been cut to twenty-three picked men. These candidates were busy every night learning and re-learning the fundamentals of dribbling, passing, pivoting, shooting, etc. Out of last year's team, which got to the sub-state, there were only three lettermen returning-Muhl, Dorsey, and Magnusson who was suffering from a knee injury which he received in football. However, a number of last yearis squad were out, and despite their inexperience, they had the fight and natural talent that helped them develop into first rate ball players. At first, Coach Shafland had to try various combinations before deciding on the five men that worked best together. After the first few games, it looked as if the right five had been found, but intra-squad competition was so stiff that the first team was changed quite frequently. At mid-year we lost the spark-plug of the team, Tom Pray, who moved to Des Moines and began playing for Roosevelt High. LETTERMEN: VValt Fieseler, Dick Muhl, Jim Sells, Dana Perrin. Grant Kallansrud. P. ,ag . 34' ' wr' 4 ,gi 999 W LETTERMEN: Tum Dorsey, Merle Davidson, lion VV4-ishzu-lr. Hill lim-rs, Floyd Matfmisson, Furl Tessum. This year the Dodgers played some of the toughest teams in the state including the three Des Moines schools, the state champion Mason City team, East and West Waterloo, and many others. However, in spite of the tough schedule, they turned in a good season and entered the tournament play with a record of eight wins out of fifteen games. In the sectional tournament the boys, playing fast ball, took it in a clean sweep, breaking many records and making a few new ones. For example, there was the time when we beat Paton by a score of 76-23 with Magnusson making 57 points. Entering the district tournament, slightly favored, the Dodgers defeated Rolfe the first round, but in the semi-finals they came up against the inevitable Webster City, and were defeated by a score of 34-30. Webster City went on to win second in the state, losing in the finals to Mason City. When the season was over, Floyd Magnusson was elected honorary captain. Maggie has been a three-year letterman, and in his junior and senior years he was chosen on the second all-state teams. The B squad this year was coached by Mr. Rzzker, a new member of the faculty. Although they played only one scheduled game against Lanyon, there were many intra- squad games as curtain raisers to the varsity games. Many of the boys received some experi- ence which will come in handy next year. B SQUAD BASKETBALL: Third Row B-,nm-ll, Horn, Foster. Cavzinaiiirh, Merii Swanson. Spilka, Thomas, Fzivanaugh, liasler. Sei-ond Row Loria. Iiide, Fit-st-ler, Er Vanrlerpool, Larson, Ruay. liutzii-rre, Putter, Coach Rakur. First Row Robinson. L 1 stantini-, Wasem, Seger, Dim-kerson, Waumlard, Kirsch, Wesley, Pfaff. COACH COOPER This year marked Coach Cooper's twentieth year as wrestling coach of lfort Dodge High School. Witli only three returning lettermen, Coach felt none too optimistic for the future as the Dodger grapplers began their first workout. Practices this year were held in the annex at Duncornbe School instead of at Lincoln School. lt was only two weeks before the Eagle Grove meet, so they had to settle down and get to work. They surprised the critics, however, and won the tournament with three firsts, four seconds, and one third. Thus, getting off to a good start, the Dodgers were launched into what proved to be a fairly successful season. The next week Algona fell before Coach Cooper's iron men, and the Dodgers continued their winning streak until they lost their first meet to the state champion West Waiterloo team. LETTERMEN: Kenny Carlson. Diek Wooslursl, John Lumlizate, Edilie Sleinhuff, Denny Christenson. Bob Wil on Q 44 Limher Liqamenls Dec. S- Dee. Dee. jan. Alan. jun. Alun. -Inn feb. I'eb. I'eb. 1 1011 -: ml It-rrur, yt rl x " liwnnv 1hl'1alw11Nu1 our rn-fi-hz ul IUXX1-Ik . . . Ii:-x'n:u'r! Haxwlf n wm'klli1. for :A fi . , . lufnny N-hnwkwr ww- xv.-rrn-fi !'or:nwh1In-lu! n lx CALENDAR If.1gIeCl1'ox'e iI1YiI.1Ii0l'l.ll tournament, first p let -Algona Ifort Dodge -lown TI'.lil1il1g School lort Dodge XVest Wflterfoo Fort Dodge Gilmore City lfort Dodge Eagle Grove Fort Dodge East W.1terloo Ifort Dodge 29-Cherokee Fort Dodge S-Chrion lfort Dodge -20-State District Ifort Dodge tlurd -27-State finlls XY'est W'.1terloo xxmntrs VVRESTLING: I-'mirth Row Kopp, Wit-ha-, Holi :ml Iozxu 11: y Ham! ton Row l'1m:A4'hl'1m1wr,Snliih.1'ulli!l1Iswo1'lh, VV:-it lk VH11 11 n f m Umm. Nm xx m Se-vond Row Stcinhoff, Huylivn, Carlson. Whse 1 4 1 on Tl Ll 1 Sth o er Row I-Xrzu-1-ahreno, E. Sh-inhoff, I,owry, Hahhab LETTERMEN: Dean Freitag. Kenneth Sehmoker, Howard Steinhoff, Bernard Hayden, Joe Fraei-abreno. After that, bad luck haunted the team, and they entered the district meet on Feb- ruary 20, with five wins and three losses to their credit. At the district meet, held in Fort Dodge, Richard Woodalrd won first, Eddie Steinhoff and Kenny Carlson took second, thereby qualifying all three for the state meet. However, they lacked enough points to win the meet. For the second time in Mr. Cooper's experience as coach here, he had lost the district meet. At the state meet at Clarion. Eddie Steinhoff and Kenny Carlson gained third places in Ill? and 145 weights. Dick Wfoodard, heavyweight. received special notice because of his sportsmanship. In the semifinal match Dick refused to take advantage of his opponent's injured knee, thus destroying his chances of placing. In the annual coach's banquet held at the end of the year for lettermen, Denny Christensen was elected honorary captain. This was Denny's fourth year of varsity wrestling, and although he didn't gain the state championship, he achieved a very enviable record during his four years. The B squad had only two meets this year, one against Eagle Grove's second team and the other against Webster City's first team. They took both of these with ease, and by the looks of some of the fast falls and easy decisions, some of them should make tough competition for the varsity next year. LETTERMEN: Jim Ms-Mahon, Clayti n Lowry, Bill Arnistronu, Ti-ii Newman. Glen Schuh. 'Q -4.1 gl bv . 5 -A .Q fzf f '5- BASEBALL TEAM: Bam-k Row Sestine, Herrin-r, Bingham, Tomlinson, VVeishaar, Martin. Johnson. lirakn-, Coach Mc-Kinstry. I-'irst Row Pray. Gadbury, Knaek, Mazrnussun, Ashkenaze, Liuhzate, Woodard. Dillman. Seated on Ground Shipman. Svhuh. Hume Spring... Baseball. America's favorite sport, has finally found its way into lf. D. High School's curric- ulum. Last year it was attempted as an experiment, but this year it really moved into full swing. This was shown by the fact that there were over forty boys out for the early season practice. Coached by J. A. McKinstry, one of the best ball players ever to graduate from Iowa State Teachers College, and playing almost any town they can schedule, Fort Dodge is expected to develop into a baseball- minded school. This year with six returning letter- men, it looked as if we might attain state honors. for, although they have come up against some tough Competition, they have "done FDHS proud." Coached this year by Ben Duea, of the junior high, and sporting one of the best tracks in the country, Fort Dodge High offered an ideal choice for anyone having aspirations for the cinder path. This year the new coach was hampered to a certain extent by the loss of some of his prospects to the baseball team. but the total number of fellows out for the early season warmup amounted to over thirty. Because of traveling restrictions. the team had some difficulty in scheduling meets. Highlight of the season was the entrance of the Dodgers in the Drake Relays on April Z3 and 24. Three relays teams and a few individual performers represented Fort Dodge for the first time in many seasons. ACK TEAM: Hack Roxy Buhaniion. Schulze. I'ullard, l'lnmt:, Riilvy. Linrlner. Fletcher. Anderson, L1-iss, Johnson. St-cond Row Athletic Ilire-etor Cooper, 0'Cunnor, Iilomhi-ru, Pruhaska. Perrin Johnson, VVhit4-mme. Killiper, Fitztre-raid, Smith, Sc-hmoker, Ifaine, loaeh Dui-a. First Row Chintzren. Larson, Stump, Fla-tr-her, Wad ill, Sinclair. Loria, Wasem, Carpenter, Muhl, lic-ers. Q . , 0 + e g . L . ,ja A , "+fiff"'V D f S 4 a: -Xa: 4, su iss f if --71 "UQ 'A ' 4 H , 4 ig x 'N' W V. 1, Q? 5 K ' x V ? V6 V n L 1 MVK LIV :vl V A 1 1, ' A el f f? . My O P 0 3 .,x fzff? , . 1 1.- ,. . Q... s mai U 1 L H 3 X , g g Q' 3 sa! -'7 Q VK 1 u Uur alls Keen competition was the keynote of the intramural wrestling tournament held March 25 and 24 in the high school gym Lll1LlCI' the supervision of l"orrest Nlarquis. lfyeryonc except the varsity wrestlers was allowed to participate and this year the meet attracted sixty-eight boys, the largest number in history. A number of the entrants were coached by varsity wrestlers making the home room spirit high. In the lower weights the number of entrants was not quite so heavy, but the middle and heayy weights attracted furious competition. Referees for the meets were all mem- bers of the varsity grappling team which included XY'ayne Smith, Dick XVoodard, Denny Christenson, slim Nic- Mahon, Bill Armstrong, and Gene -leys. Roger Tomlinson was chief scorekeeper and Nlr. Marquis was official time- keeper. Champions were: 95, I.owryg 105, Block, 112, Hickeyg IIS, Savage: 123, Hollandg 129, Keeler: 135, Loria, 1-H, Vfaseing 155, Crittenden, heayyweiltght. Perrin. I.-inn. lilfwk, Hielsi-y. Szuiiwv. Hullzinfl. K -f-4 lvr. I.-irl.i, NK':i-Q-ni. 1'riItt-mln-ii. I'-rriii . . I'iii'in ini-:ins lizilziiiife ai seein- in Hui' I-iwzil Lfyni . . . YYmiily working' for :iniithi-r win while lfi-I'i-iu-- Mzirrin liiol-ts ini. iltiii I Lllclx Shot Bun In lp Up md ox cr fe VVV... im, iqnr, iclur . Miss l4'l.UliI'INl'I'1 NORIJMAN XVith the opening of school in the fall came the The Intramural managers are chosen from each physical examinations of all the girls. The girls home room at the beginning of every year. lfach were told to say ah! Then with a flick of the wrist manager is to promote athletic support from her a stick was thrust into the mouth of the unwary. respective home room. They are giyen various Most of the girls passed their exams with flying duties to aid in the season's games and report the colors. Then they were permitted to invade the news of athletic progress to their home rooms. gym for the ensuing year. Throughout the year many indoor and outdoor Miss Nordman resumed her duties as head of sports are played by the contestants. The first sport the girls athletic department. She arranges the is fieldball. This year the fieldball tournament did schedules for the games, teaches new games and not come to a conclusion, because of the weather. rules for the old ones, superintends the after-school just a few games were played before the cold contests, and teaches for one semester. This year weather began. Cold fingers were endured for the she has been teaching military drill in the classes sake of finishing the tournament, but it was called also. This is a phase of the new physical fitness pro- off much to everyone's disappointment. However, gram and a requirement for membership in the the girls were consoled by the fact that other tour' Victory Corps. naments would soon be started-inside. INTRAMFRAI. MANAGERS: Third Row Margaret Davis. Pauline Dewey, Beverly Anile-rson. Alirlri-y Sui-4-in-y. f'1msI:ili4'i- Gt-lit-H. D4-Ima-s VVa1:1:on1-r, Betty King. Marion Pinxzel. St-Ieonri Row La Vonne VVilson. Je-anetfe Hickey. Marilyn Vitsor. Yyonnn- Linli- urm-n. Jean Harhaeheek. Elsie Bokelman. Rita Harhaeheek. Third Row Elaine Tracy. Gt-rwsv Smith, Joan Vaxansiuuh, Aniialu-ll Hamlt-laml. Doris Sanders. Charlotte- Hade. Anna Cunningham. wwf' au,- x 'V THI- PEMININI- IYRAMIIJ The x1ruous equupuuueuut us housed un Muss Nord mun s prux ute offuee It us dustrubuted .leeordung to the season md the dem md Cwre of the equupment us neeessary, for the deuth of zu pungpong bull or 1 shuttleeoelc us elegrudung to the morale of the other members of the equupment storehouse The balls must be well fulled vuuth uur ut ull tumes so theur The Tumblung Club us .1 new mstututuon un sehool It wus formed lt the request of s xeu ul gurls Wuth grunts und grouns they drag down the bug, mit used by the boxs for wrestlung M1ny 1 tvuusted lumb emerges from the Tuesduy nught sessuons It hws beeome .1 populur reereutuon for the more lmbu tuous eontortuonusts IUSS UI Women ,,,.,.A.-as-'V The dlneung eluss us one of the newest .lddutuons to the soeuul edueatuon of numerous gurls Thus elass us held onee u week to unstruet the students un the lrt of b1llroom dcuneung Wuth I1 flourush of the hand und 1 tvuurl, they flv unto 1 danee tluut would put the .meuent Greeks to sh1me ln the sprung., softball us the mum game Glad to rush unto the gume enthusmstueully Batter up becomes the buttle ery The gurls reullx putch unto ut Teams ure umu'nedu.1telv forn ed for the tourna ment and euptauns chosen Thus us the last tournu ment 'und wunds up the euthletue se1son for the sear But the gurls are not too dusappounted to see the seuson close fou ut Hulso meuns the elose of school quoap . ,. . , r - . . . . Q , - 1 . V ' V K 1 x x . X . Lk i 3 l x . l x 'l x u 1 1 '.x X 1 ' ' 1 I I x " 1. 1 . 4 J , V ' A Y, '. ' 1' K f . ego wull not be deflated. be out in the warm sunshune once more, the gurls ' L 3 s v s ' , ' , 11 1 1 ' , 'V 1: 1 - , , , , ' , ,' .. ' ' . L. :- l , u YUI I I' Y BAI I LHAMPIONS liaek Rum Vur Lllllii Vuuusanrl l'llen Thursen Wulma Suhul7u Plsue link: lman Ruta Harbaeheek Purst Row Naney Phursulu l'uleun Weuzensnn Flurua Loleman Unna lu freunluc Ruth Sup-.laee Uf The Mal An able .assustant to Muss Nordm an us Muss Moss The math students loss us the gurls gaun Muss Moss offuc1ates at the varuous aollex ball games Durung the vollex ball tournament a famuluar sught us M1ss Moss standung besude the net wuth her ax hustle 1n hand allottung pounts to the deseraung team Exer ready to cope wuth an emergency, she us one of Muss Nordmzan s most helpful helpers Usherung un the volleyball season us the persustent eold weather After beung chased from the play ground by the merculess cold the gurls unvade the gym untul sprung peeks uts luttle head around the eorner lXets .are set up, vollea balls are routed from theur eornfortable laur, .and gurls enthusuastucallx dash unto the gym Furst .a luttle practuec work us done Muss Nordman unstruets the gurls un aaruous MISS MOQS volleyball teehnuques and trucks Then the xaorle beguns The rough edges are smoothed off as mueh as possuble Small contests take place un class Always an unconquerable spurut us present un the gym durung vuorkouts After they haae mastered the fund amentuls, the tourn amcnt us begun Muss Moss :and Muss lNordmun arrange the volleyball schedules and choose the daas for the games Anwruous eves are cast towards the bulletun board for duly news regardung the tourna ment All partueupants are mtensely unterested n the progress of the tournament The wmner us de termuned by eountung the number of games won by eaeh team The senuors Came out on top of the mad scramble for champuonshup thus a ear The other teams played hard, but all theur efforts ax ere futule 41099 ee . . , . . . . . , , . 11 . 1 1 1 . a 1 1 . 1 . , . . , . . . . , , , , 1 1 . 1 1. 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Y .- .. , .1 1, ri. 1- Right after physical exams the pool is accessible to the girls They jump in vsith a shout of glee A fountain of water is raised by the energetic kickers With .1 splash of water and a gurgle the swimmers stirt out on 1 practice swim of twenty or thirty le gths In class many different kinds of strokes are pr1ct1eed md learned The shallovy water swim mers are started out on floating 1nd flutter kicking The deep end swimmers brush up on other strokes criwl, next comes the side stroke In quick sue cession follow the back stroke breast stroke, and diyimg Many .1 swan is murdered in the pool A surprise is ilways kept in store for the swim mers They rush out to the pool in eager antieipi tion Then they stick their little toes in to deter mine the ts.mper1ture ofthe wlter and utter sque 1ls of delight if it is wlrm If it is eold they just utter squells U 1 fo ffnlr mtl Ill umL First the plain dive is practic d from the edge of the pool Then, after that test is passed the racing dive is practiced until it meets the require ments Many 1 resounding smack is echoed through o11t the pool room while this continues After the plain dives 1re mastered the diver is promoted to the diving board Then the fun begins The diver peers down at the swirling water from perilous heights with .1 feeling of nausea With 1 brave sigh On Thursdays life saving class is held One of the requirements for life saving is to swim twenty lengths of the pool The life savers learn to rescue drowning persons and various other tricks of the deep For the first few weeks the swimmers learn their lessons from 1 textbook After they haye digested the contents of the books, thev are per mitted to go into the pool They tackle their lessons with gre1t gusto Fan Jon ll' l i I b 1' J 1 1 A v 1 1- . , g' . ' ' ' , ' A ' ' 3 I Y. 1 1 I 1 1 1 . ' ' ' ' ' l i i - and diving. The first stroke to be improved is the the diver plunges down into the deep. Q . ' s 1 A y ' s ' ' ' ,t - ' I 1 I r - r m ll aids nn 41 11 ElIlEllVEI'S 'I u 4 gluatu Marchrng IS an rntegral part of the lthlttlc pro gram for thrs year It IS necessary to take thrs marchrng dr1ll to belong to the Vrctory Corps Mrss Nordman rs the drrll leader When she shouts Attentlon, ey eryone br1skly jumps to attent1on Numerous other commands are carrxed out the moment they are spoken The grrls are becomrnv experts rn marchrng tactlcs Calrsthenrcs plays an rmportant role rn the ath letrc preparauon for the Vrctory Corps The gurls space off and follow Mlss Nordman rn executmg the exercrses Some of the exercrses are very d1ff1cult It rs not uncommon to have to rush to the and of some poor mrsgurded grrl and untanglc her Then everyone rushes back to her ovy n place and resumes the exerclse A few mrnutes later 1 call for help IS avaln emrtted, and and IS glvtn to the unfortunate one In general hovrtytr, ey ery one thoroughly engovs herself and recenyes an ucctlltnt vyorkout Buofs only noir Nllrchmg and calnsthenxcs take up the fnrst part of the perrod After they hare been completed games are played Opponents are chosen and teams formed to 1ndulge rn a battle for supremacy of the gym floor Often the teams are so vyell matched that the games end rn 1 talemate However keen the competrtron, everyone has 1 good tame jumprng rope has become more and more popular an recent years DlfflCUlf trucks are attempted wrth one or more ropes One very drffrcult truck rs to lump two ropes at the same trme Thrs rs called the eggbeater Those not keeping on therr toes at all trmes soon are lrterally beaten There are 1 yarltty of single rope tr1cks that are trrckv, too The grrls are so lnterested rn th s form of entertain ment that they actually btcoms. tned up rn therr work Desprte all the hlzards and trrals the rope jumpers contrnue to enyoy themselyts nmmtnstly, and as yet nobody hls been hung One of the IUOSE exciting games played by all the girls is shuffleboard. In the spring it is one of a variety of games to be played individually. It is really a game of skill. If you were to watch a game. you would see the participants twist their faces around in thoughtful contemplation of their next move. Distances are gauged, trick twists are tried out until finally the player is ready to shove the worn disk. Then the game is begun in earnest and the battle is on. After the battle is over, the con- testants emerge exhausted but looking forward to the next game to be played. The most popular winter sport is basketball. After the volleyball tournament is over, basketball is begun. Free throw shots, pivot shots, and others are practiced. Before the tournament begins, Miss Nordman holds practice games so those who wish to enter the tournament can brush up on the rules and techniques. In class, teams are chosen and the rush is on for the cute red shirts. Usually there are enough girls Sbuffling along. to make four teams so those who do not play the first time practice shooting baskets on the sidelines. The game is started when Miss Nordman throws the ball into the center. From then on it is any- bodyis game. A mad scramble for the ball follows. Sly little feet sneak out from nowhere and try to trip up an opponent. Eyes accidentally bump into unwary elbows. Fingers become stepped on and heads collide, but aside from these few minor acci- dents the game is very gentle. just as the game is going in full swing and the score is almost even, the whistle is blown and the other teams jump to their feet and invade the floor. The routed teams pick up their torn arms and legs and trot off the floor either dejected or elated. In the basketball tournament the Junior 1's, the only unbeaten team, were the winners, with the Seniors coming in second and the Sophomore 3's third. Students who aided Miss Nordman by timing and scoring the games, were given credit for service in the Victory Corps. BASKETBALL CHAMPS: Hank Row I.aVonne Wilson. Phyllis Tnhnr, Mythea Sher- man, Mary Elizabeth Wail- guner, Virginia Stine. Front Row Ann Cunningham. Lo- lalee Lewis, Helen Luebbt-rs. IVnla VVilson. Myra Martell. In aders llf The li l Sk yuunl lrouml. In senior high quoit tennis is known as deck tennis. A quoit, a net, and two players are all that are needed for the game. The game itself consists of throwing the quoit over the net and trying to put it out of reach of the other player but inside the boundaries. Some players with tricky serves put a twist on the quoit that makes it hard to catch. The winner must win two out of three games. By the end of the third game the partici- pants stagger off the floor with tongues hanging out. Two stretchers are brought in and they are carried away. All friends receive little cards in the mail announcing the date of the funeral. This year the winner of the battle was Nancy Ebersole, with Mary Martin the runner-up. The ping pong tournament usually has more entries than any other. Although it does not take so much energy as some of the other games, the players really get a work-out. However, l11OSt of them are able to walk away from the ping pong table unassisted. They collapse only after walking out the door. Badminton is another popular tournament sport. Girls who wish to practice their playing may re- serve a court on a given night and play until their heart's content for until five o'clock when the boys take over the gymj. In this game the winner is also determined by winning two games out of three. The flight of the bird is watched by eagle eyes. When it soars down toward the floor, it is promptly socked by an energetic badminton en- thusiast. It flies back on its return trip chagrinned at its fate of eternal flight. Some of the enthusiastic returns really batter the bird. But when the old bird is taken out of service, a new one is put into service, so no one but the bird is the worse for wear. Ctlltfllillg if on ilu' rrlwuml. rqccenl' an ,uw 'oz M ,:" vf" 'naw ,ff"'WM . . . how we love it . . . in school and out . . . picnics, parties, - dances . . . young Dodgers at their gayest and most cure- W, free . . . finding fun in everything . . . 41145 Z -V 1 rl 5 If A! nu 4 eff , A ww 5 ar 4' Q. MM, MM vfwvw Z 1 M'v'w-vpng, ,R fl mf-X . ,A 2 1 56 45 AM , M MN, Ev M 1 3 fm Wigan ' f Q . ,,, ,,. ,K ,nr gnu ,f 'l " 5 55,4 1.5 ,Q qw, ,f .fg-Q-N 2 3 5, 5 in .-. 7 MV' 1 ff , W 4 I' ,A . ,"u.f"' I vvx. Q- Z s i 3, . A A. v,f,,.Q MW- X mi: LM , , A -M, Q MW S fm, ,, x I EQ 5 Siii f at A2 55551, A Q Y g":f1'5K' .. :ww 551529592 W 9 1 'H --v!-V-rf '7 1 ? l ,.. .4,.f..,X,M ns!!-X E, .f L. . fif-x ga 1 :F A if XS 3 x W. 'A -U. 'I imzzazilaxanve :W ay ", :ii 4 gg 4 K. 2 ffl f W I I Q I- w ' . 4 9 T"7'v V. MA.. 9 V gig. 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I 'Q C122 We uswer They lre fnghtmg now , on the battlefronts of the world performing deeds th It no 1mount of telrs, hopes, or pruers of those at home eould ever 'aceomphsh In vouth rests the f11th 1nd hope of our future pe1cc Bw rhelr greelt slcrlflees thes are deendmg whether good or evll sh1ll rule the emrth At present peaec ns just 1 pray er There 'arc mms hlrdshxps 1he1d of us, but xx e, wnrh our eve1 lmsrmg furh ln God, wlll overcome these md rfuse onee more our voxees nn hberts md nn pe1ce We glve thanks to those fnghtn sg men who vnll s1cr1fnee and due so thmt 111 people mly hugh md smg wegun 123 Az almuCul1fPuulMurlm I ruuh lun renee Slumk Pfll uh Ray mom! B4 rm r lin man 7C Iamex Gilman S1 rerun! Burke Gagnon Przzuh Harm Huu lbnrm A 1 m nlnz' Seaman Inu Vt71Ll Nrlw u 1lldflOPlCdt1tf Fr :lion Ima: mn Pm ale hrs! Clem obn Imbfr Meet our new dean, Miss Etlael Sliannon. wlio very graciously accepted tlae position of acting dean of junior college wlien Dean Dickey was granted .1 leave of absence to enter tlie navy as an in- structor. A former teaclier of psychology, educa- tion, and matli, Miss Sliannon was well qualified to fill tlie position. No one was more acquainted witli as many students as Miss Sliannon, wlio lias been a member of tlie junior college faculty for many years. Always a personal friend of every en- rollee. Miss Sliannon gives willing advice to every- one seelsing aid. Nu milinmif fum lIlltIl'jl'x 'III 1341111 Shtllllllllllx mail. In Skill Especially during the present war-stricken times, her advice is valuable to junior college men called to tlae service. lfor many years an advisor of tlie junior college sorority. Sigma Alplia Phi, Miss Slian- non lias always been a confidante and companion of tlie jaysee girls. 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J I I Prnm The first thing looked for in Tuesday night's Messenger by the Panthers is the weekly "College Campus" edited by Lois Rutherford, whose guidance and persistence has resulted in a better- than-ever publication. A staff com- posed of various J. C. students has backed Lois to the "nth" degree, and the college is to be congratulated for its cooperation. A novel and unique feature of the "Campus" is a column entitled "Para- graph Pulpit" which consists of ex- cerpts from letters written by men in the army, navy and marines. The letters chosen for publication provide the most interesting and graphic accounts of life in each of these forces. Because of the strict censorship, names and addresses were not included, but the style of writing often seemed familiar. Fashions, gossip and newsettes were the most popular reading because they were based on personal interest. Who doesn't enjoy seeing his name in print once in a while? As in the past, it was the purpose of the College Campus to present to the public an inside view of J. C. activities. Regular weekly newscasts were pre- sented by a staff whose personnel changed frequently. The members of this staff were most often "College Campusn journalists. .lane Ann. Jody. and Madonna putting: final tour-hes on a ses-tion of the Camllllfi - - - Sue types away at the dictation of Lloyd and Betty . . . Jim's hunt and perk system Of lylvini-Y 5697115 to interest "Mickey" and Mary, but he gets the work done . . . Editor Lois supervises the effi- vient Canipus workers Jane. Mary Lou, and Gladys. 41527 Tn Ynu The birth of the junior College sec- tion of the Dodger was a long drawn- out process of hitting the students over the head and dragging them down- stairs by the hair to make them work. Well, it wasn't really that bad, but almost. First, jean Bonnell and Maxine Goodson were named editors, but what did Jean do but leave school to become a reporter on a newspaper. And, of course, Maxine couldn't beat them over the head alone, so Miss Anderson had to help, and finally, little by little, the Panthers began to draggle down to the Dodger office to think about what should be done. Then, lo and behold! their thoughts turned into action- slow motion, to be sure - but better than no movement at all. And those dull-witted boys! Sophie had such a hard time getting them to pose for hi-life pictures. The girls were ever so willing, but too many girls spoil the broth, you know. Or do they ,boys? Well, anyway, the jaysee section was slowly progressing under the guidance of Miss Anderson, Sophie and Maxine. I.ittle by little, copy piled up-until this was the last to be written, and I had to do it. john, Sophie, Dilly, jean, Maxine, jim, Mary Lou and jane all helped write copy, plan layouts and cut pictures. Such a hard-working staff! Tskl Tsk! They even worked one night a week for a couple of weeks. 'Till this animal finally resulted. We hope you like it. Sophie, vo-t-mlitor, and Jean, vopy-t-uttt-r, and that copy! . . . Maxim-, the other 1-o-editor, with the help of "IJilly." sports editor, go ova-r layouts . . . Mary Lou and "Jody" le-ave their vopy to examine some inte-rvstimz pit-ture-s . . . 'Johnnie-," the- other sports expert, explains it all to Jim . . . Jane Kurtz, who is not pivtiirvil, also dill her liit on the vopy. 41333 '1 .. 2- Candid Are you just posing, girls. or are you really waiting for someone? . . . Jody looks pleased about something, wonder what it is? . . . Wfhom do you think you're trying to kid-we know it's trick photography . . . Suzie, Mary, and Charlotte, struggling with a test tube of-you know what . . . Manford and Paul, what,s coming your way? . . . Teddy, alias jim Dolliver, blow- ing a toot on the tootie in the C. play . . . Something new!-Dillmanls working . . . Though camera-shy, girls decide not to pose for this picture . . . Marlys is really stepping up to Mary I.ou's height . . . Mr. Cort- right showing Mary Ellen and Ann just how it's done . . . See something interesting, .lane Ann?. . . lt's AIanie's motherly instinet coming out in her . . .The "three musketeersn combination of J. Cfs boys. C134 A, 1. A '71,1,gf, E, if wi' 51' 9 1 , 'fi 'Q ,. , Ewa, Q 23? 9 ff 04- t .42 JOHN MAICTIN DON RUDYCNIBORN JIM liDNVAliIJS 1 in right: C'ozn'h Cooper. Com-h MvKins1ry, John Martin. i chill, Sol Ashltenzixv, lion Winmlsehzinz, llnli .AY'h'lSll'llllLf. imnl Row lion lioili-iilinl'r1.Gm-oi'gv Hzinrzilnin, Jim Iielwzirils, sz: -sun. Don Ilillmzin. linirei' Usnmymm. Holi Wales, Gremlins As a result of the very noticeable decrease in the male enrollment. unior College athletics was cut to .1 minimum with Panther football ind baseball out for the duration. Vfhen Coach Ll. A. Mcliinstry issued a call for basketball. ten fellows reported. and that number did not exceed fourteen during the entire season. Since many of the nl. C. cagers were ca ed into the armed service, the Panther cage season was cut short. After an unsuccessful beginning. the team, composed of no returning aysee lettermen and but two H. lettermen. seemed to be more than ting its own in its last two games. ln the first of these, .1 fast de- fensive game. the -I. C. quintet from lillsworth downed the fighting Panthers Zl-22. Undoubtedly the most thrilling game on the local court matched the Panthers against their age-old rivals from XVebster City. The local five led all the way until the final seconds when the Welaster Cityans tied the game. and in the following overtime. the Panthers failed to keep the pace set by XVeluster City and lost 48-92. Biggrxl 1'l'fl1l'tl of flu' xruxoxz. SOI. ASHKICNAZI4' I4 ICNTIIN IS.X.XI'SUN Eg.. Q IIHYN IlIl.I.NI.'XS Iifn' "4'M'x,I full I' ff. Ifnalnre Pool balls were tlie places most frequented on klavsee basketball trips. Here, wliile Ilse and Coacli plaved eiglatball for tlie extra dessert. Sol was giving the local bovs .1 few pointers on tlie intricacies of tliree- cuslaion billards. XVIiiIe tlaese Pantliers displayed tlieir .abilities with a pool cue, Virg, Klum and Bob usuallv assumed tlie taslv of improving tlie team's interscliolastic relations. Incidentallv tlieir abilitv in acquainting tliemselves witli tlie coeds of tlieir lwsts equalled or exceeded tlie team's pool-room techniques. Undoubtedly' the envv of tlae wliole team was Iiog. Ile was tlie only one wlio bad someone waiting for liim after all tlie liome games. Despite tlae team's unsuccessful season. tlie Pantliers played bard and accepted defeat in tlie most sportsmanlilae manner. At tlie present time. or in tlie verv near future all tlae members of tlie past season's squad will be working even liarder witli a new team-our Armed I-orces-a team that will accept notliing but .1 complete decisive victorv. Buff: lmzfza jill!-3 fmnfs up lnllf. l VIIULII. SCHILI RIIMIIIQ USNIANS Martln M ny I llen Crovwl Ann Carver John Martin Margery We-'p and Hgalmfr Sandberg Arsenic and Uld Lace Kessclrmg s Arseme 1nd Old Llee wx 15 the thrlller of the year Thar eleld body' ln the wmdovs seat and those elcy cn bodnes mn the basement of the Brewster home eombmed with the cntrstnce of lonlthm Brcxx ster yuth Borls Klrloff felturcs md aetlons, mlde one s hur xetullly stmd on end Abby md Mlrthl Brevs stel thought themselxes to he you eh lrltwblc souls when they relney ed thclr homeless old men roomers of their unh1pp1 ness by glylng them 1 eup of cldtrberry mme lT'llXCd with stry Chmnc, lrseme md 1 dash of pot1ss1um Teddy, thelr nephew who thought he vt as Teddy Roosevelt dug the l1nam.1 Canal ln the basement, each addltnonll loek 1 new grave for mother uetxm of arseme md old l1cc KX fm lr IK ffm, ff ' 'lr'1'zI1l.J r r fl 'vlfll c'rn'jJxr'f Lloyd Hamlmle-ton, Jim Dollive-r, Fenton Isaacson, Dick Garlbury, Inuit- lie-isser, limb Armstrong, Don Dillman. 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