Fort Dodge High School - Dodger Yearbook (Fort Dodge, IA)
- Class of 1947
Page 1 of 150
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Text from Pages 1 - 150 of the 1947 volume:
The Class of
Nineteen Hundred and Forty-seven
Fort Dodge High School and Junior College
Fort Dodge, Iowa
"True glory dwells
Where glorious deeds
"A thing of beauty is
a joy forever."
"Only that day dawns to which we are
awake. There is more day to dawn. The
sun is but a morning star."
"Music, the beautiful
disturber of the airf,
'Tis education forms the common mind:
just as the twig is bent the tree,s inclined.
Editor . . Shirley Thompson
Business Mmmger . . Jim Hagan
Senior Eclilfors .... Audrey Guenther
Joanne Hale, Gretchen Schnurr, Jeanne Rogers
Eaculiy, Classes, Acfifvifies . . . Ruth Martin
Esther Schultze, Dean Knutson, Inez Saucke
Dean Harris, Norma Jean Oleson
. . . Marilyn Martin
Jody Williams, Diane Breen
Neoma Fishel, Marilyn Wicker
. Bob Werdan, Bob Meyer
. Jackie King, Virginia Likens
Eleanor Steinhoff, Beverly Jensen
. Jim Officer
Assisfanf Pbofograjnfazv . . Maurice Widell
We shall always cherish and remember
the knowledge we have gained at Fort
Dodge High School. It is our sincere
desire that all future students may
derive and enjoy the same benefits that
we as members of this student body
have received. XW e, the Seniors of
1947, therefore dedicate this
book to Knowledge. It is the
basis of all our dreams and
ambitions for the future.
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Treasurer, Olga Heitner Vice Pwsiclcnt, Doloris Olson
Secretary, Rulh Martin Prv.viJc11!, Ollie Buckner
Knowing that the future of the nation is going to depend
upon our ability to carry on, we, the Seniors of 1947, ac-
cept the challenge. We realize that there are many tasks
and burdens to be shouldered in the course of everyday
life. With the foundation which we have acquired we feel
well prepared to meet these problems.
I DOUGLAS ACKERSON-"l'z'r Il'lIfIll'4l a lui fha! I
Jiifnbl k1mu". . . Intramurals.
wise mall looks fo Ibc' sure' L'0llIlJt171i0l1Sbi17 of mznir'
A cappella, Vice-Presidcntg Opcrettag Boys' Quartet.
I BEVERLY ALBRIGHT-"IIN zoiw um mfr mff,
gwztlv, and loug im vxufllezzl fbing in u'uman"-Glee
Clubg A eappellag Operettng Y-Teen, Vice-Prcsidcntg
Sophomore Class, Secretary.
I SHIRLEIZ ALLAN-"Ready in bcurf and ready zu
barm"'. . . Glee Club
I D:iVONNli ANDERSON-"lu My lL'i.Yll0UI, wake
lm' u'iu"'. . . Glee Clubg Librarian.
. DORTI-ll'fA ANDERSON-""Ti.Y .x1L'4'i'l lu btlll'
ilwu' lln' llnirlg om' Illlgbfn. . . S.P.Q.R.g Paint and
Pallettc: Sliow Slmpg Qrclmestrng A cappella: Oper-
ettng Student Council.
. IQLNORA ANDERSON-"1 .vw MU' glory like ll
xlmrniug Xftlfn. . . Y-Teeng Libriirian.
O QIOY ANDERSON-"She would be NI0l'l'Al lo Iunglz
al ur1yllJi11g". . . Student Councilg Stage Crewg j.C.
Playg Paint and Palletteg Little Dodgcrg Intramurnlsg
Dodger Playersg Nucleus.
OLAVIQRN ANDERSON-"7'1'1ri' in uvrfl, am! lriml
in Jimi". . . Intrnmuralsg Basketball.
O PAUL ANGELL+"Tln'r'4' ix lm I1'11m'-bva1'frrl."
O DOYLIQ ANKRUM-"Mm of few mmls an' lln'
favs! of 1m'n". . . Football, Student Managcrg Basket-
ballg Trnckg Little Dodgerg lfiestas Sin Siestas.
O RAYMOND AULT-"Variel3' ix Ibz' Molbvr of
I lCLMER AKSELS1iN-"When olbfrx fuil him, Ihr
C BEVERLY BAILEY-"I"ric'mlxbij7 is II magic 1L'w1L'-
fir". . . Co-op.
C CLARENCE BALCOM-"Thur is nom' Iiku him,
110m"'. . . Bundy A cappellag Opcrctta.
I ARDETTA BARBER-"Fair fbiiigx uri' inzjmixiblv
fo rliligfllrl' uml skill". . . A cappella.
I EDWARD BECKER-"H1' fha! lmx paIii'm'v ww
unviuzplixb aujtbingn. . . W'restlingg Stage Crcwg
Intrnmuralsg Dodger Players.
0 KIOANNE BERRY--"Blur ryiwl aml fair in faux"
. UNIEL Bl.ACKW'ELL-"Nu lvgrlfj' ix dx
rifb us l1ofn'iIy',. . . A cappcllag Opcruttag Librarian
'CHARLES BOURGART-"I'n1 Hof only willy in
ziiyxulf, bllf fbi' ruiixr'-fha! wil is in ollarr IIIUVIU
. . . Bascballg Stage Crcwg Sans Souci.
C DONALD BOX-"Vi4'l0r' ln' will 1'L':'r ben. . . Base-
C DIANE BREEN-"Bill In know frm' ufux In lozfc'
bc'r"'. . . Student Cuuncilg A cappcllag Trcnsurerg
Opcrcttag Y-Teeng Little Dodgerg Dodgcrg junior 1,-,,
Class, Treasurerg Glcc Club.
I BILL BRIGHI-"Hu was lmrn for xoiiivfbirzg gnu!" , Ax A
. . . Footbnllg Wrestling: Student Councilg Intra- ix' ":' ':""' ,
m urnls. I
O ANNA MAE BROVVN-"I um par! of all I have
I GLORIA BROVVN--"A ll'0IilL1l1v.K gums is much
nmrrf imlmrtanl lban a IIItllI,X ri'rfui11lj"'. . . Glec
Clubg A cappellzig Operettn.
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I LESLIE BROWN-"Life is as tedious as a twice iolrl
talen. . . Stage Crew.
I ROBERT BROWN-"Br'go1ze, dull care-Thou and
I shall never agreeu. . . Footballg Baseballg Track.
I VIOLA BRYAN-"Nothing enrlzires but personal
qualities". . . Y-Teen.
O OLLIE BUCKNER-"Genius, Ihat power which
zlazzles mortal eyes, is oft' but perseverance in dis-
guise". . . Footballg Trackg Basketballg Intramuralsg
Student Councilg Paint and Pallette, Treasurerg
Senior Class, President.
O PEGGY BURKE-"She thinks before she speaks, but
zloesn't speak all she thinks". . . Glee Clubg Intra-
O BETTY BURNETT-"Oh, the lovely jirlaleaess of
an April day". . . Girls' Sextetg Bandg Sophomore
Quartetg Operettag A Cappellag Paint and Palletrc.
o YVONNE CAPIIELE-"So Ifgbf of fool, so lfglyf
of spirit". . . Glec Clubg Operettag Y-Teen.
I VERLA CARLSON-"So sweet of face, such angel
grace". . . A cappellag Y-Teen.
I MARVIN CERVENE-"He does il wilh better
grace, but I do it more naturally". . . Wrestlingg
IMYRON CERVENE-"Am I my broiher's keeper?"
. . . Wrestlingg Intramuralsg Fiestas Sin Siestas.
I JOHN CHRISTENSEN--"For man is man, and
master of his faten. . . Footballg Intramurals.
O RICHARD CIBERT-"Because a man doesrft talk
is no sign he has nothing to say". . . Wrestlingg
C XVILLIAM Cl.1XBAUGH-"Who IlL'lL'l' 5PUkl'1l'llQOI'tl
against tl foev. . . Intramurnlsg Cufopg Wrestling.
I RUBBHN CLEVERLEY-"Frif111l.vbi11111111 ifXgOI!1'I'1l
f1'C'2IXllH'S IlISf' forvwr 111111 tl flayv. . . Glcc Clubg
0 JACK COFFEE-"A 111'1'1lf11l Iifcg a quiet zfoivry'
. . . Glcc Club.
I NORMA COLIQMAN-"Tb1'rc um KI slur 1l11111'1'11,
111111 llllllfl' that sian' was born." ,
0 VERONICA CONSTABLIL-"SIM is Imuf of bw'
Ullfll 111'l1011sH. . . lnrramurnlsg Glcc Club.
C JOE COOPliR-"What szwvi Jvligbl 11 qnirl Ziff-
dj0l'tl57'. . . Fourbnllg Wrcstlingg Trnckg A cappcllag
Opercttug Bandg Orclwcstrng Brass Scxtetg Marching
eniallfl of 1947
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at I DIXIE COPPICK-"li.x1'1's'1li11gly 11'1'll I'L'tIt1.H
I CLARICE COPPINGER-"B1'1ir'vc 'HIL' if all lbost'
l'71tll'lH'ilIg young Cbllflllin .... Librariang Little
Dodgcrg Y-Teeny Stage Crcwg Make-up Crew.
. BERNARD CROONQUlS'f-"Bc'llt'l' 110f llc' rlf all,
ibm: 1111! br 1l01IIL'.U
I MARY DAHLQUIST-"1l11a' all 1111111150 ll I11113' fell
in I01:c",. . . Intramurals.
C VlOLllT DARNELL-"W'lmi you Jo slill l1vlfc1'.v
what ix 11'0111"'. . . lntramuralsg S.P.Q.R.g Little
O RICHARD DAVIS-"A brzyfv will is ibr' wirullx
will". . . Wrcstlingg Basketball.
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Seniafvi of 7947
C DWAYNE DAYTON-"B11.vbf11l, 1111! 11 good sport
for all of fbalf'
'JAMES DEMILRY--"I bun' Mol ofbrr flaw: ll
C BERNARD DcVII.BISS-"I,o1'v buf l11'r and low
I CHARLOTTE DcXY'ELL-"Thaw it 11 grvul llral of
gooll 111 lbw bil lbw? ix of bww. . . Student Councilg
Y-Tcung Little Dodgcrg Make-up Crewg Intramurals.
C ARDYCE DURSCHMIDT-"As llII'l'l"Y 115 Ihr' day
ix lollqqv. . . Little Dodgcrg Y-Teen.
. Dl'1l,URlfS DURSCHMIDT-'llllrl ,tu full llllll
llriglwlfxllvb 4'-y1'.vl". . . Studunt Councilg Co-op.
I RICHARD lil,l,IS-"li11'rylhi11g COIIIUX if 11 man
will only unit". . . Il1U'.llTlllI'Ll21lSI Bnskctballg Foot-
ball, A5St. Manngcrg Trnfltg Bawlnll, Managcrg
O ARTHUR ELLIS-"W'v r1111rzl'l, HON' Ill' look ln'-
himl. ljfvlx rzmrv lnzzzzxiug flmn zu' lbflllgbff,
I RKIHARD liNGLllBAR'I1-"Tbv u'or'l1l is ax you
I SAM ICNZUARO-"Yo11r'.v ix Ihr' rurib 11ml CZ!!'l'j'-
fblug flmfs in 113 anal 11fb11l'x morn, j'0Il,ll br' tl 7711111
my XUIIU. . . lntrnmuralsg Wkcstling.
I VVAYNE EVICNSON-"WT xlrvjv llllll -zuakz' uml
xlvwjv, lm! all llvillgx 71IOI'l'n. . . Trackg Football.
. PATRICIA FAXVCETT-"H1'r .f1l1ll4' ix Ihr' XIUt'l'l-
ml flml 6'1t'l' ZVAIX ,u'l'11". . . Y-Teen.
I RICHARD FEVOLD-"Was a man ww so gramlly
created as he". . . Student Council, Prcsidentg Foot-
ballg Bascballg Intramuralsg Band.
O NEOMA FISHFL-"A lifr' fha! Ifads 7l1FIOflf0lIX
days. . . A cappcllag Dodgcrg Operettng Sans Soucig
enicvut of 7947
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O JACK FITZGERALD-"I IIFIT1' Jzzrc be as funny an
as I run bv." '3' '-
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O JOHN FOYVLER-"ThL' Hltlll thu! Ii1'1's happily ix v '
in commamf of birzzxrlfv. . . Glcc Clubg Baseball. Q . .
1 - g 'A-,zum tx 2
I ELBERT FOX-"H0ncxl funzr' in bomnvf foil". .
Glee Clubg A cappcllag Wrestling, r V
f A-1 2
I WILLIAM FOX-"A lilflv rlofzsfvlxz' hz' wrjoys, Ii MA g
which is frm! of nmzzj' boyxn. . . Foorballg W'rcst- Y ww . ,', ag!
lingg Baskerballg Baseballg Intramuralsg Fiestas Sin ..... . Z '
Sicstas. IYAII '
I DOLORES GAFFFY-"From Ike iojv of ber bmnf,
io Ihr' X016 of bw fool, shr ix 4111 mirfllu. . . Co-op.
I PAUL GENCO-"Ha1Jj1y is flu' bousc Ibn! xhvllvrx
C WILLIAM GIBSON-"Frankly, Fm Ill L'lH'IlL'XfU. .
Footbnllg Basketbnllg Il'1f1'C'lIT1Ul'IllS.
C SUSAN GILDAY--"Thr ajmjmrvl off' jwroclaims ilu'
womafzn. . . A cappcllag Opcrcttag Co-opg Glee Clubg
Paint and Pallcttcg Fiestas Sin Sicstas.
O GEORGEANN GILLMAN-"Her smile' is fha' swvri-
ext that wer wax x:'f'1z". . . Y-Teeny Sans Soucig
O MILDRED GREEHEY-"Nolhing was fuer nchirvczl
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ILOIS GRIEP-"The mirror of all c'0nrfc'sy',..
I MARVIN GRIFFIN-"Though br be but Iifllf, br
ix ffz'rm"'. . . Intramuralsg Wrestling.
I FREEMAN GROAT-"lint you cun't marry ten
prolly girlxu. . .A cappcllag Bandg Stage Crewg
Radio Engineerg Boys' Quartetg Operettag Dodger
O DONNA GROSHART-"Life is brief, but low is
long". . . Sans Soucig Glcc Club.
O AUDREY GUENTI-IER-"A Ibinking gifl-ll win-
some lass". . . Y-Teeng Little Dodgerg Dodgerg Life
Savingg All School Playg Dodger Playersg Sans Soucig
Paint and Pallettcg Glee Clubg Intramurals.
O LOUISE HABHAB-"Virtue is like 11 rich xlonc-
bvrt plain tel". . . Glee Clubg Ficstas Sin Siestasq
O JAMES HAGAN-"By ibn' work, one knows tht-
1UOTk7IIl1llU. . . Bandg Student Councilg Sans Soucig
O JOANNE HALE-"Thai which dons Iht' mom' is jus!
uplerzxanl sn1ilc"'. . . A cappellag Suns Soucig Dodgcrg
Y-Teeny Libruriang Little Dodgcrg Operettng Stu-
dent Councilg Glce Club.
O MARGIE HALLIGAN-"Hola fvnrz' al bmzrl ami
xonml in bead". . . Y-Tccng Sans Souci, Trcasurerg
Intrnmuralsg Paint and Pallcttc.
O DOROTHY HANSEN-"A life flml 1ll0l'l'5 lo gra-
rioux 1'mf.v". . . Orchestrng Intramurals.
O MARY LEE HARBACHECK-"Wfz' knozc' ubui um'
are, bn! know not wha! wif 'ning' funn. . . Y-Tceng
Glec Clubg Paint and Pnllette.
O JOHN HARING-"W'by 1f0r1'l yon speak for your-
xvlf, I0b1I?". . . Baseballg Wrestling: Intramurals.
I PAULINE HARINGW-"YVitb ber hair of gold and
a smile for all". . . Cheerleaderg Y-Teeng Intra-
muralsg Life Savingg Attendant, Football Quecng
C CLIFTON HARP-"There ix sfill hope for Ihr murz
who lvlusbcsu. . . A cappellag Operettag Band.
I DEAN HARRIS-"We lozfcrl thc man, and prized
bis worku. . . Student Councilg A cappella, Vice-
Prcsidentg Paint and Pnllcttc, Presidentg Band, Presi-
dentg Marching Band, Drum Majorg Operettng Boys'
I HENRY HARRIS-"Merit is uforlbifr than funn'
I JOHN HARRISON-"In every deed of rrzixrbief,
be had zz hand io rrxvmzlev. . . Wrestlingg Intra-
I DEWAYNE HARTMAN-"He is well paid Ibn! is
well sr1tisffz'fl". . . Band.
eniafui of 7947
O LLOYD HARVEY-"judge mc by what I am". .
I OLGA HEITNER-"Her lorfelimfxs I never knrw
until sbs snzilvrlli . . Student Councilg Y-Teeny
Senior Class, Treasurerg Attendant, Football Queen.
I ELIZABETH HEUN-"Su Szcwl rzml 1f0l11l1lr' is bw'
I RUSSELL HILL-"TIM fl'I1:'? siamlrzrrl of qualify is
.rwzlml in lbw mimlf'
C DAVID HOGAN-"Thr lbollgblx of youlb are
long, long lbougbisu. . . Footballg Baseball, Wran-
O HERBERT HOLDEN-"Thr worlrl knows rmibizzg
of ilx grvnf PIIUIIU. . . Fuotballg Trackg Basketball:
W'restlingg lntramuralsg Student Council.
I GLIQNN HORIQCKA-"Ij1'er'y 'man is lbw archifecl
of luis 01071 f1li14n"'. . . A cappellag Bandg Paint and
C -IACQUFLINFQ HOTTMAN-"So xwvrl fbi' blush
of l1a.vbf11I1n'.rx, errn pily xfurn' would ufixlr if lem"
. . . Y-Teeng Paint and Pallerre.
I IILIJON HOVIZY--"N0u'bw'1' wus linen' xo bnxy tl
wan ax bv, uml ye! he 5t'A'H1L'A, l111.rif'r lbun ln' um"
. . . Traekg XVrestIingg A enppellag Student Coun-
uilq Intramuralig Operetta.
O SOVILLA I-IOVVARD+-"You nm rover 11 grew! deal
of !'UlllI17',Y in lmokv". . . A enppcllag Grclmestrng
Fiestns Sin Siestas, Secretaryg Colored Y-Teen, Presi-
I AUTHUR C. HUBBARD-"The forum' of bis 01L'7l
mer!! rmzlerx lm n I1-y". . . Traelcg Basketball.
I MARILYN HUDSON-"Her mjwx 'lL'!'YC' mullx' for
If111gl1h'r". . . Glen Club: A cappullng Y-Teen
I MARILYN I'IURI.IiY-"She Ill-ru' url fzugwl Joann."
O MARILYN HUSSKIQ-"She .wrnzs X0 nmr null 'wi
I ROY HUTCHINSON-"Num' buf ibn' !7V'tl1'!'L1CSL'7lt'
ilu' fuiru. . . Footballg W'restlingq Traekg Fiestns Sin
Siestas, Presidentg Nucleus.
O MARVIN L. INTIQRMILL-"I.1'f HX forge! nm!
forgi1'4"'. . . Fourbnll.
I WALTER ILIFF-"All your forlzme liex hcncuib
your buf". . . Ihndg Orchestra, Vice-Presidentg
I MARGARET INMAN-"B111xl1ir1g is Ibm' rolor of
MARION JAMES-"A man of FlJCl'7'-fill 3'v.tIL'r'f1uV3.x
and 4'ol1ffll4'l1f fUlIll1l'l'f1lL'XU. . . XVrestlingg Baseball:
O HAROLD -IANSSIQNAHTZM' uorlzf ix lm fwllvr if
uw lJlll'7'VYH. . . Famutlmllq Bnsketbnllg Track: Base-
lil-.VERLY kIlfNSl'1Nf-"Wu1'1f.t xu'1'1'l tm flflllilj' fV'fllll
fwr Iipl tlivlillz'J". . . Checrleadcrg Y-Tecng Open
ettng A cappella, Sccretnryg Dodger: Majoretteg
Orchcsxrng Intranulmlsg Victory Corps.
9 CLAYTON JOHNSON-"TIN life 0' lbw lulflaf ng,
DOROTHY JOHNSON-"I.i!fl1' frivml of all flu,
u'or1J,'. . . Student Cuuncilq Y-Teen.
0 K. LEONARD JOHNSON-"I buzz' Uffl-H wg,-ff.
ml my Xf7t'l'l'!JllIA'lL'l' my xff4'l11'4"7. . . Trnckg Intra-
ROBERT JOHNSON-"My xtrefzgfh it Ibn' xfrw1g,'fm
of ten, fm' my bear! is pine". . . Band, Secrctaryg
Marching Bnndq Student Councilg Baseball.
O BARBARA ,IONDLIQ-"Nufl1i11g is impfmilnlv to 41
:Vining l1s'arf". . , Intramurals.
,IOHN ,IONDLE-"W'r' rrmry forgvl zzbut be Jill
lH'I't'1!7IIf nrzer nba! be will". . . XVrestlingg Base-
bnllg II'IfI'1lI11L1l'I1lSQ Suns Souci, Secretary.
O PATTY KIONES-"Snr fha! uvzx t'I,'l.'Y fair and lzrzw
jmrumf, bull fruzgm' uf uill am! yu! umm rzrzw' Iomlu
. . . Student Council, Secretaryg Y-Tccnq Orchestra,
Secretary: A cappellng OLTCYCIIZIQ Marclzing Bandg
DOLORIQS KALLANSRUD7"Sl1z' X1JLIl't',l bfx bnlwx,
lm Jr'van1.w, lrix Ablu11.w", . . Intramurals.
I BERNARD KEELIQR-"Sclwol urmlrl ln' nice Wilb-
11111 lirzulcvn. . . W'resrling.
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I ALICE KENNEY-"Honor lies in honest toil."
I THELMA KEYSER-"1'll speak in a monstrous
O JACQUELINE KING-"Variety is the spice of lifei'
. . . Sans Souci, Secrctaryg Glee Clubg A cappellag
Y-Teeng Student Councilg Dodgerg Operettag Paint
and Pallettcg Attendant, Football Queen.
IDUANE R. KINGSBURY-"Honesty is the best
policy". . . Bandg Orchestrag Show Shopg Trombone
Quartetg Victory Corps. ,
O DARLENE KNUTSON-"Heaven sent me down"
. . . Little Dodgerg Librariang Announcer.
I DEAN KNUTSON-"Women anoy meg I love to
be annoyed". . . Footballg Basketballg Trackg Base-
ballg Student Councilg Intramuralsg Dodgerg Glee
O JOHN KOLESAR-"IPS good lo be merry and
O THERESA KOPISH-"Wearing all that weight of
learning lightly like a fiowern. . . Y-Teen.
I VERNA KREIMAR-"Sigb'd and loolfil unutteru-
ble tlaingsv. . . Intramuralsg Glee Clubg Little
Dodgerg Victory Corps.
O MAXINE KRUEGER-"Whose words all ears took
I NORMA LEE KUTZ-"An open-hearted maiden,
true and pure". . . Bandg Marching Bandg Orchestrag
Show Sliopg Saxaphone Quartet.
I RICHARD LANDRY--"He always lives in the best
company when be readsv. . . Footballg Wrestlingg
O FREDERICK LARSON-"Everyone loves fl lover"
. . . Wrestlingg Intramurals.
I ROBERT LARSON-"Youth hath many eharrnsn
. . . Marching Bandg Band, Vice-Presiclentg Orches-
trag Student Council.
I WILLIAM LARSON-"The man worth while is the
one who will smile". . . Intramuralsg Tennisg Wrest-
lingg Bascballg Student Council, President.
O EDMOND LAW-"I will be the pattern of all
I GEORGE LAWTON-"But men are men, the best
sometimes forget". . . Footballg Baskctballg Intra-
I THEODORE LEE-"Hara'worlzing, steady, mm'
faithful is hen. . . Bandg Wrestlingg Track.
I MERRILL LEFFLER--"He builds himself an ever-
lasting namen. . . Football, Captaing Basketballg
Baseballg Trackg Fiestas Sin Siestas.
0 SCOTT LIBBEY-"There is a Hana' that guia'cs'?. . .
Bandg Orchestrag Show Shopg Brass Sextetg March-
ing Bandg S.P.Q.R., President, Treasurerg Wranglers.
I DOROTHY LICHT-"She wears the rose of youth
upon hern. . . Glee Club.
I VIRGINIA LIKINS-"Although she floesn't shock
you-she,s a live wirev. . . A cappellag Glee Clubg
Orchestrag Paint and Pallette, Vice-Presidentg
I DONALD LLOYD-"Never do today what you can
put of until to1noWow,'. . . Bandg Student Councilg
Footballg Wrestlingg Track.
I DELIA LOCKMAN7"Please one, please allu. .
I ROSEMARY LUCAS-"Smile at the world and il
will smile at youu. . . Y-Teeng Attendant, Football
Queen, Student Council.
O URBAN LUKAVSKY-"Say what you will, but lel
me speak l017gI'T,,. . . Wrestlingg Bascballg Tennis.
C JACK LUNN--"Nobody knows the tronblz' Fw
xee11". . . Footballg Track, Student Council.
I FLORENCE MADDOX-"I'll leave all the hurry
rzml 110.:XL' for u house full of bookxu. . . Intramurals.
O MARCIA MAILANDER-"Her open eyes desire fhe
initio". . . Y-Teeng Glee Club.
I EDWARD MAHONEY-"He knows wlaui be wunls
fo do fzml he does ii."
O TERRY MALONE-"Wu11Iz'rl: rr good memory,
more fl771l',,. . . Footballg Trackg W'restling.
I ROBERT MANNING-"He works while he worlzx,
but fizlzllrs while be jwlaysn. . . Band, Orchestra,
Presidentg A cappellag Nucleusg Sans Souci, Presi-
dent, Show Sliopg Tennisg Brass Sextetg Boys' Octet.
I LOIS MARTIN-"She will reign in u cottage smalln
. . . S.P.Q.R.g Orchestra, Glcc Club, Y-Teen.
O MARILYN MARTIN-"What the 1l11lll'1'l'l1kL'S fo do,
she lfoesn. . . A cappellag S.P.Q.R., Secretary, Vice-
Presidentg Student Council, Glcc Clubg Little
Dodger, Dodgerg Y-Teeng Nucleusg Operettag Intra-
murals, Dodger Players.
I RUTH MARTIN-"Is there u bear! that music elm-
110f 11zc'ei,'. . . Life Savingg Mixed Quartet, Y-Teeny
Dodgerg Madrigalg Girls' Sextctg Operettag Sans
Souci, Vice President, A cappella, Presidentg Senior
Class, Secrctaryg Student Councilg Intramurals.
C ROBERT MEYER-"Great hopes make great men"
. . . Track, Student Managerg Wrestling, Student
Managerg A cappella, Dodgerg Student Council,
Madrigalg All-School Play, Announcerg Dodger
Playcrsg Operettag Little Dodger, Boys' Quartet.
I RUTH MEYER--"A ron' ufifb 1111 ils szvr'n'lc'xl Ivaifcfs
yr! folzlmln. . . A cappella.
I SHIRLEY MEYER-"Sl1c"x lowly, slack' ziirim'
I MARY MILLEA-"She giwx lnvr thoughts 110
iorzgvzvu. . . Orclicstrag Glee Clubg Y-Tecng S.P.Q.R.
O JOSEPH MOORE-"Ab, 'uxby xlmlzlil life all labor
bc?". . . Wrcstlingg Baskctballg Track.
C JOHN MORS-"Ile it tl g87lfIL'IIItIlI bvmlzse his nu-
furc' is kimlf,
I DOUGLAS MOSELEY--'WVU ure Ibn' 'music mulzc'rs"
. . . Iiandg Orchestrag Glec Clubg Brass Sextetg
O ROBERT MOSS-"Unlock ilac bear! and It! it
speak". . . Footballg Wrestlingg Intramuralsg Band.
O RICHARD MCNITT-"Hr ix able becazzse be thinks
be is al111"'. . . Track.
I CHARLES NEAL-"Hr':1zl ered 411111 shoulders
xquare, L'Il'LIlI-lllflllllll fellow, just :xml fair". . .
Nucleus, Vice-Prcsidentg Foorballg Baskerballg Trackg
Paint and Pallettcg Student Council.
I LOIS ANN NELLIS-"Har bvnrl was caught before
the lbollgblfn. . . Intramuralsg Co-op.
I BEVERLY NELSONf-"HN wry frnuux arc faircr
Iflarz smilm of offwr maidens aw". . . Nucleusg
W'ranglersg Y-Tecng Student Councilg Victory Corpsg
Intramuralsg Glee Club.
I RAMONA NERHUS-"Her CffiL'fl'11t'j! is the film!
ROBERT NETZ-"Who darrx nollyiug nczfcl hope
C MERLE NORDSTROM-"I 7II'l'l'l' ihinlz of the fu-
lurcg il Comm mon fr1ougb". . . Baseballg Intra-
PAUL NYDEGGER-"He has common sense in
1!7lL'0lI1l7ll171 ways". . . Bandg A cappellag OPCFEIIZIQ
Trackg Basketballg Intramuralsg Orchestra.
O EARNEST NUTTING-"Viclory belongs Io Ibn
most 17L'l'SE"l!F7'i7lK2u. . . Intramuralsg Trackg Footballg
KIAMES OFFICER-"Thu :mm that bluxbcs is not
lfllifl' a brute". . . Footballg Wrcstlingg Trackg Glee
Clubg A cappellag Opercttag Dodgcrg Student Coun-
uilg Bandg Little Dodgcrg Trumpet Triog Nucleusg
C NORMA OLESON -"A suwcflrr girl mfer draw a
brm1flJ". . . Yffccng Dodgerg Student Councilg Glcc
DOLORIS OLSONi" 'Tix lfnlnfy calls, and glory
.xlmzcxv fbr way". . . Intramuralsg Student Councilg
Paint and Palletteg Y-Tccng Glce Clubg Senior Class,
Viccrprcsidentg Football Queen.
I DIANA ORVIS-"In grace and bmuij f'lJ1lVlllillgn
. . . Intramuralsg Student Council.
ICDVVARD PAAP-"A lion LIIIIIIIIX Imlivxv. . . In-
C PAULYNE PAAP+"Mu5' I 1Il'l'6'l' find a uoman
fairer". . . Sans Soucig Intramurals.
-IICRRY PARKER-"IIm' wax 1'1'r'r jwrrrixv in promin-
O THOMAS PEDDICORD-"l'or Ibon arf lUIlX,lLU1k,
nm! blorzzfu. . . limtbnllg Baskenballg Trnckg Student
I GWENDOLYN PETERSON-"Tr11e-beaded was
she". . . Intramuralsg Glee Club.
O MARY PHILLIPS--"The generous purpose, nobly
dear". . . Intramurals.
O KENDALL PIEPER-"Time is but ibn stream I go
fishing in". . . Footballg Baskcrballg Bascballg Intra-
I GENE PINGEL-"Mah hay while fbe sun shines."
I GILBERT PONSNESS--"A tall angular fellow,--so
was Lincolnv. . . Track.
I LOUIS PRAY-"He walked where others run". . .
Sophomore Class, Treasurerg Footballg Trackg Bas-
ketball, Student Managcrg Intramuralsg Glec Club.
I GLENDA PRESLER-"She is all so slight."
I NORMA REIMERS-"The friend we trzzsff,
I MARCELLINE RIALT'rCbHl'lIIl11g flJaflc'1'b0xf'
I LaVONNE RIERSON-"She has vim and 11011
enough for ull". . . Chccrlcadcrg Y-Teeng Paint and
Palletteg Intramuralsg Student Council, Sccrctaryg
A cappellag Opcrctta.
O JEANNE ROGERS-"li's the Iittlf llliligs tba!
r'ount". . . Y-Teeny A cappcllng Little Dodgerg
Dodgerg Operettag S.P.Q.R., President, Secretaryg
Glec Clubg Intramuralsg Life-Saving.
U NANETTE ROSENBIZRGER-"SLU who sings
chases away ber ills". . . Y-Tecng Sans Soucig A cap-
pellag Glce Clubg Dodger Playersg Opcrctta.
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Q ALVINA RUBY-"Cl11Phf'5 afar! bafb 11iw'1'm'nf fin'
I INHZ SAUCKE-"Shz' run Bakr' a rbvyry jJim"'. . .
lmrnmuralsg Y-Tccng Dodgerg Opcrcttag A cappella.
O MARTHA SCHAICFIQR-"Pr0fIj' I0 walk wffb,
willy lo MM u'ifb."
O MARY LOUISE SCHARF-HSM' ix lilflz' aml guy."
C DAVID SCHLIQSINGIQR-"I kww tbl' rigbl am!
I LORFTTA SMITH-"Huff ix u :Loman zriflr judg-
znrrzl t'll'tIY,,. . . Intramuralsg Glas Club.
I GRICTCHIQN SCHNURR-"Shu LIIJIWIIVS wry Jig-
uijiml, lm! rzjzfmrnzflrw fm' oftvu Jvvf'iLi11g". . . Suns
Suuci, Vice-Prcsidcntg Dodger Playersg All School
Plnyg Y-Tcung Uodgcrg Make-up Crewg Announccr.
I QIOANNH SCHRODT-"1lvr t'-XFX rm' lmnnhx of
.wilful jvruyrru. . . Paint and Pallcttcg Y-Tccng S.P.
Q.R.g Glue Club.
Q I.YI,Ii SCl"lUH-"From fiiflz' xjmrkx Hlllj' fmrxl 41
migbfj' 'HtlIllL'H. . . XVrcstlingg Bascballg Studunr
Council: junior Class, President.
O ICSTHER SCHULTZE-"Blmnfrx urwfl nl1L'uy.x
Iigflf-Z71'tIllL'!1,,. . . Student Councilg Y-Tccng Sans
Soucig A cappcllag Make-up Crcwg Dodgcrg Oper-
cttag Glee Club.
I ROBERT SCHUMACHER-"Noi body !'770Il1Lfb lo
4'r11'1'r bix mimi wilbg bis ir1fz'l11'cl ixr'.xpr1.w:l". . . Slu-
I .IACK SCHW'lflGliR-"Tbf'm"x rm 1I'lII'klIA'.U filer' ig-
7lllf1IlIt'l'f Ill' Iirigbf Iikv I am". . . Trackg Fwrballg
Bmskctbnllg Student Councilg Imrnmurnls.
Q GIQRALD SHAFFER-"II111111y-gl:-Ilzcfqy, 3'01111g 111111
f1'1't'LflJK'Vl',X IIOf 11 thing ilml lwfbwx 111c',. . . Foot-
bnllg Basketballg Bascballg Cvlcc Club.
I PHYLLIS SMOTHERS-"l11.tf as high as my l7t'lIV'fV
. . . Intramurals.
I MARY ANN SORENSICN-"Sl111ll I 1'o111j711r1f fb1'1'
fu 11 x111111111'1' 1111y?". . . Y-Teen.
O RAYMOND STAHI.-"Th1' r1'u'a1'1f of 11 lhiug 11'1'll
11o111' is fo l1111'1' 1l0lIL' il."
I MARY JEAN STANLI-.Y-"Al 111gfJi1'1'11 jnzrx, ibm'
k111111'x 110 L'tH't'n. . . Glcc Club.
O ELFANOR STHINHOFF-"H1'1' s111il1' llllll fl'il'll1Hj'
1'b111'i1'r 11l1w1ys xfr11igl1f1'11 fl fraokvd '771t1ffl'l'U. . . Glcc
Clubg Y-Teen: Intrnmurnlsg Dodger.
' BIQVERLY STURDIQVANT-"A1I1f7iii01I bus 110 1'1'xI" . .
I FDMOND SVALIZSON-"H11111lso1111' ix 115 b11111lx111111'
1f01'x,', . . Intramurals.
I -IOYCLQ Sw7ENSON-F'SfI1' bdfll 11 l11'111'f 115 50111111 as
ll INN". . . Intramurnlsg Y-Tccns.
I CHARLES Sw'l'.l'.NlfY-rllli' 5100115 lo 1111ll1i11.q-
.v11z1' Ibn 1fo111"', . . Basketball.
. SHIRLEY Tl-IQ3MPSONf"W'f11'11 Irixb 03111K 111'1'
1111ili11g',. . . Student Council: Dodger, llditorg Band,
Vice-Prcsidcntg Orchcstrag Y-Tccng Opcrcttag j.C.
Playg Nuclcusg Wranglcrsg Show Shopq Junior Class,
Sccretaryg Attendant, Football Queen.
C DONALD TOMLINSON-"Efforts lIllL'1IAX'X 1'1'1'11l1'
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I JOAN TOTMAN-"It takrs a clever woman to
manage zz flczwr man". . . A cappellag Orchestrag
O BETTY LOU TOVVERS-"Could u modern florisfs
trizmzpb look so fair or smell so sweet". . . Imra-
O JOANNE TROST-"SLU zcux morn' fair ihan u'ora's
vnu my". . . Make-up Crcwg Intramuralsg Librarian.
I ROBERT TYLER-"If you don? succz'ed-pruc-
liven. . . Bandg Orchestrag Show Shop.
I MARY LOU ULSTAD-"Liked lure, liken' iberv,
likcd eL'ery1vbm'v". . . Y-Teeny Glee Clubg Operettag
Student Councilg Orchestra: A cappella.
O RAY WACHAL-"Il is better lo wear out than fo
ruxl wif". . . Baseball.
O GERALD XVAGNICR-"Life is but a song. . . Track.
O DELBERT W'ALKIiR-"Tramp, lramp, lramp along
Ihr' highzmzfl. . . Footballg Baseballg Basketball.
O jACK VUALROD-"His subflf humor and url of
1'.x'j7rz'ssio1z u'01rl1l KIIIIIIXK' ll mummy". . . Footballg
I ROBERT W'ARNER--"Life ix not life af all wilb-
O DORIS WENZIiI.-"Tbz'r'z"x music in hm' rye, hw
fbrvlz, lam' lip.x". . . A cnppcllag Operetta.
O ROBERT XVICRDAN-"We lead a life of jmlwstfrcf'
. . . Foorballg Basketballg Trackg lntramuralsg
Dodgcrg Suplmmore Class, Vice-Presiclentg junior
O HARLEY WERTZ--"The 'world belongs io Ihr
O IOLA WERTZ-"We we ber, sweet and fuirn.
O PERRY NWEST-"Were be forewr vanquisbml, be
fonld argm' xlilln. . . Little Dodgerg W'rcstlingg S.P.
U HELEN WESTLING-"ShU,S life ififlfv. . . Intra-
f MARJORIE ANN WHITCOMBE--"The hfallly of
women is in lhrir hairf'
O MARILYN WICKER-"P:'r5of1ulily is Ibn' secret of
Ibn larziwfxen. . . A cappellag Librariang Girls' Sex-
tctg Madrigalg Intramuralsg Opcrettag Y-Teen, Presi-
dcntg Dodgerg Student Councilg Life-Saving.
C WALDO VVIDELL-"No 0116 k7101L'S wha! ln' fan
Jo lmlil be trim". . . Trackg Wrestling.
C OLIVE WILLE-"Thrr'c' is IHIIXIL in cvvryfbirzg the
dors'. . . A cappellag Opcretta.
Q ALICE VVILLHOITF-"Thai bm! of l7Il'5Xi7I1QS, a
l'0lIf!'f7fl'tI mirzdn. . . Librarian.
I RICHARD VVILLIAMS-"Na 'mun it brlfllly who
Jars not lhink himself so."
C JOANN NVILLIAMS-"Hof prclty lass 'wiih ibn'
ilirlzplcwl fhm'lzx". . . Glee Clubg A cappellag Oper-
cttag Y-Tccng Sans Souci, Secretaryg Dodgcrg Intra-
murnlsg Attendant, Football Queen.
O LAVURENCE WILLIAMS-" 'Tis us fbvap tilting us
xtnr1di11g,'. . . Bandg Orchcstrag Little Dodgcrg
W'restling, Student Manager.
' of 1947
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Q LILLIE MAE WILLIAMSH-"Si1Zg again 1196 .vollg
you xungv. . . Marching Bandg Bandg Y-Teeng A cap-
pellag Dodger Playcrsg Mixed Quartetg Opcrctta.
O MARY XVII.SON-'7LOL"zl, h0710Vlll, murb
f1'i011d". . , Bandg Orchestrag Librarian.
0 LORAN WILSON-"A 771371 among -nzwz . . . Intra-
O RICHARD WOLD-"I um not of the roll of com-
mon 1?l6'l1,,. . . Footballg Little Dodgerg Baseballg
Baskctballg Intramuralsg Sophomore Class,President.
I MANLEY WRIGHTf"His brigh! Couric' of glory
skull :wer VIHYU. . . Stage Crcwg Co-op.
O MYRLEE ZIERKE-"A bI011rler blond 0011111 not bc'
founzig Ibvreyx always fun 'when xbek KITOZHTIJU. . .
Intramuralsg A cappcllag Y-Teeng Operettag Girls,
O HELEN ZUCK--"If you zvozrlrf have zz friend, be
olufn, . . Paim and Pallerrcg A Cappellag Y-Tccng
S.I'.Q.R.g Intramuralsg Dodger Playcrsg Librarian.
0 JOHN HEMAN
o LOUIE BEISSER
0 NICK HERGENRETER
O ALFRED HOLM
O JIM CHRISTENSON
I HERBERT JOHNSON
I STANLEY LAWSON
O BILL ELDREDGE
I THOMAS MILLER
. I DALE NETZ
I DONALD FORTNEY
O LOIS MAE PAYNE
DOLLY CPERCIVALQ GEORGE
I ROBERT SXVEET
I MARY JANE GREENWAY
I ROBERT TIERNAN
I VINSEN HANSEN
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Many of us had hoped the end of the war would
bring a settled world and economic security. We
hoped we could sit down and plan our future with a
fair degree of certainty.
Up to date, however, many conditions in our own
country, as well as the world at large, seem to be
questioning this security. This very uncertainty em-
phasizes the need for clear thinking and sound judg-
While making a living will always be a basic
necessity for most of us, the world of tomorrow will
offer unlimited possibilities and also make many new
demands. Trained minds will be of even more im-
portance than our trained hands.
The opinion and influence of every high school
and junior college student is important. I urge each
one of you to seek continued opportunities to improve
your thinking on important subjects and to exert
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Mr. john Mitchell, Mr. S. L. Bickal, Mr. H. J. XVilliams, Mrs. Mabel Rutledge, Mr. H.
M. Wasem, Mr. A. L. Brooks, Mr. O. C. Pfaff, Mr. O. J. Wfhittemore, Mr. E. G. Trost.
At this time I can think of no better
thing to do than to congratulate
you students in Fort Dodge High
School and Junior College for liv-
ing in a community which possesses
a strong and abiding faith in public
education. just twenty-five years
ago this community established a
junior college thus presenting an
opportunity for two years of train-
ing beyond the high school. On
March 10th of this year it went to
the polls and expressed approval of
a million dollar building program
thereby guaranteeing a bright edu-
cational outlook for future genera-
tions in Fort Dodge. Such facilities
as a cafeteria, extra classrooms, en-
larged library, music rooms, shops,
speech laboratory and a gymnasium
will make it possible to provide the
'Very best in modern education. It
may be true that few of you stu-
dents will secure direct benefits at
the present moment. However, we
hope you decide to live in Fort
Dodge. In such an event, the bene-
Hts will be forthcoming most gener-
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HIGH SCHOOL OFFICE
Mrs. Buegal, Betty King, Joan Cavanaugh, Eltlia Gross
DIRECTOR OF ATHLETICS
Each year at this time congratulations are in order
for our Seniors who are about to graduate. Gradua-
tion not only indicates onefs ability to master the
course of study offered by an institution but also the
necessary ambition and stability to stay on a fixed
course until an objective has been reached.
Best of luck to all of you. Be sure and come back
to see us sometime.
LAl'1'l'.4f Lf 41711111
DIRECTOR OF ACTIVITIES
Every farmer is fully aware of the fact that his
harvest is indicative of the quality of seed planted
and the careful cultivation of his fields. Our indus-
trialists realize that the productivity of their factories
depends on the type of materials used and the quality
of labor behind the machines. The schools of our
nation rely upon a functional physical plant and well
qualified teachers for maximum efficiency. This chain
of dependency also includes every student in high
school and college. Each must have access to a Well-
rounded academic and activities program to best pre-
pare for the job ahead. This is your opportunity and
challenge! Make your school days productive and
pleasant by a high scholastic record and participation
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Miss Gustafson, Supcrintendenfs Secretary
Mrs. Rutledge, Secretary Board of Education
Miss Lund, Assistant
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Drake University, B.A., M.A.
Sonlb Anwriuz Take If A way.
Western Union, B.A.g Iowa State College.
Iowa State College, B.S.
Grunzf Canyon Snifv.
Simpson College, B.A.g University of Colorado.
IVi1flron1f a Song.
Grinnell College, B.A.g University of Colorado.
Indian Low' Call.
Southwestern, B.A.g University of Chicago, M.A.g
Ofy Wfbai zz BL'll1lfi-fl!! Morning!
Indiana State Normal, Central Normalg Bradley
Polyteehnieal Institute, Iowa State College.
On flu' Banks of flu' Wzifvaslv.
Grinnell College, B.A.g University of Iowag University
of Wiseonsing Omaha Universityg Columbia U.
Indiana Stateg Indiana State Normal Sehoolg University
of Indiana, B.A.g University of Iowa, M.A.g
Denver Universityg Western Reserve.
University of Iowa, B.A., M.A.g University of
Sfr'1mln'11 Foxfvr Melodies.
Iowa State Teachers College, B.A.g University of Iowa
Iowa State College, Colorado University
A 11' Maria.
Carleton College, B.A., Northwestern University.
Iowa State Teachers College, B.A.g University
of Michigan, M.A.
Maryville State Teachers College, B.S.
I 'll Get By.
Iowa State Teachers College, B.A.
University of Iowa, B.S.g University of Michigan, M.A.
Stout Institute, B.A., University of Wisconsin,
Chicago Vocational School.
Cornell College, B.A., University of Minnesota,
Universit of Chica o.
I St. Olaf College, B.A.: American Institute of Business,
, W Drake University, University of Iowa, M.A.
i ' Q. Summertime.
Q Viy MISS SHANNON
if I Wgiizi, Morningside College, B.A., University of Iowa, M.A.g
Iowa State Teachers College, Boulder University.
95 , Warsaw Concerto.
Simpson College B A University of Wisconsin 't" iiii
University of Iowa Drake University
University of Colorado
Buena Vista College B S
Old MacDonald Had a Farm WW
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Macalaster College, B.A.g University of Minnesota, B.S
Nebraska State Teachers College, B.F.A.g
Denver University, M.A.
Iowa State Teachers College, B.A.g University
H ome on the Range.
Penn College, B.A.g University of Iowa, M.A.
Morningside College, B.S.g University of Utah,
Darla, Town Poker Club.
Iowa State Teachers College, B.A.g University
of Iowa, University of Minnesota.
Tales From flaw Vienna Woozfx.
Stout Institute, Chicago University, I .B.g University
of Iowag University of Colorado, Iowa State
Ola, Wlwaf u Bw111fif11l Morning!
Drake University, B.S.M.g Northwestern University,
M.M.g Iowa State College. '
My Hear! T0 Thy Szwri Voiw.
Carroll College, B.A.g Whiteufuter State Teachers
College, Iowa State Teachers College,
Miss Brown's Business College.
Morningside College, A.B.g University of Colorado,
University of California, University of Wiseoiisin.
Up Fort Dorfgvrs.
Iowa State College, B.S.
Rosary College, B.A.g University of Iowa, M.A.
Iowa State Teachers College, B.A.g University
Home on the Range.
Morningside College, B.A.g Simpson College.
The Worlcl Is Waifing for the Sunrise.
Simpson College, B.A.g University of Iowa.
Drake University, B.A.g Northwestern University,
University of Iowa.
University of Iowa, B.A.g University of Chicago,
University of Columbus, Iowa State Teachers
Upper Iowa University, B.S.g University of Iowa, M.S.g
Iowa State College.
Begin flu' Beguimz
Cotner College, B.S.g University of Nebraska, M.S.g
Iowa State College, Oregon State College.
I Miss My Swiss.
Peru State Teachers College, A.B.g University
of Denver, M.A., Iowa State College.
Grand Island College, University of Iowa,
University of Chicago, B.A.
Dakota Wfesleyan, B.A.g University of Iowa, M.A.g
University of Chicago, University of Colorado,
University of Minnesota.
MR. LINSEY-B.A. Iowa State Teachers College.
MR. WISSINK-B.A. Morningside.
MR. SCI-IMID-B.S. Northeast Kirksville State
MRS. BOEKE-Iowa State College, B.A.
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1'rvxi1lr'11l, Austin Hogan Sevretury, Mary Rutledge
Vic'f'-Prvxitleni, Bob Kirkberg Trc'asun'r, Marilyn Rohrer
We have now finished another year of school. As We look
back it has been a very fine year and in years to come we
will learn to more fully appreciate it and what others have
done to make it so.
However, it is our task to look to the future. The past
year has not been perfect so let us carefully examine it with
the purpose of continually improving in every field possi-
It is only in this Way that We can expect to meet the high
standards of the people of "One World." LQZMZM 'gan
O Mr. Raker. First row, left to rixzhtz Rita Ruebel, Donna Scott, Mildred Taylor, Eva Lee Walrod, Donna Stufflebean, Jeannette
Patterson. Second row: Adrian Sanford, Grant Rhinehart, Bernard Sadler, John Woods, Robert Strom. Betty Woodruff, Russel
Thorsen, Suv Vanlienthuysen, Don Sammons, Mardel Pinpzle, Joseph Saunders, Dan Rosen, Harold Shelton, Richard Ste-rns, Dick
Ruue, Dean Olson, Don S1-hodagzyz. Not in pic-ture: Marjorie Vogel, Willis Samuelson,
if Mrs. Peterson. First row, left to right: Marilyn MuKinstry,Ann Mulroney, Beverly Luc-as, Marjorie Miner, Eleanor Lind,
Delores Michehl, Second row: Elaine Marsh, Pat Lanz, Dorothy Meyer. Third row: Jimmie Munn, Mary Louise Mcssner, Gladys
Myers, Franres Mr-Nulty, Carlo Mac-ek, Ardis Lansman, Catherine Lentsch, Frank Monas. Fourth row: Jim McCoy, Jack Lingen-
feltvr. Margaret Larson, Eugene Loots, Milo Lund, Jark Lochray, John Menefee, Walter Licht.
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0 Miss McClusky. First row, left to right: Bonnie Hambleton, Betty Griponberg, Bonnie Hern, Mary Gochce, Pat Hutchinson,
Betty Elstrom, Barbara Hochert, Barbara Fletcher. Second row: Ed Hayek, Ginger Ford, Kenny Erie, Betty Grefzerson, Bonnie
Hively, Zelda Georg, Gloria Fish. Third row: Darrel Folvag, Roy Groat, Dick Headlee, Almon Hovick, Lloyd Hanson, James
Hovey, Earl Gross, Earl Hudson, Charles Grell.
if Mr. Schmid. First row, left to right: Shirley Nellis, Blanche Madson, Jean Hanson, Francis Harrison, Betty Helmick, Donna
Kallahar. Second row: Francis Nafe, Dorothy Johnson, Betty Elsie, Ramona Gibson, Dean Nitzel, Duane Johnson. Third row:
Paul Habhab, Jim Hinton, Robert Kirkberg, Boyd Nordmark, Earl Nelson. Fourth row: Richard Noll, Bob Hill, Doug Kullman,
0 Miss Bernatz. First row, left to right: Jayne Johnston, Joyce Kallin, Carol Holm, Leila Evanson, Adeline Halligan, Beverly
Jordison, Lois Jones, Virginia Jennings. Second row: Kenneth Johnson, Annette Leubbers, Lloyd Hamlow, Betty Knutson,
Joyce Korsa, Eleanor Kuester, Richard Jacobs. Third row: David Hood, Eugene Hay, Lloyd Johnson, Carl Hayunfxs, Bob Johan-
son, Bob Johnson, Don Legler. Not in picture: Dean Keele, Delores Knutson. Rosemary Kaufman, Pearly Kane, Adella Kudron,
if Miss Moss. First row, left to right: Theresa Case, Doris Brown. Second row: Avis Brackin, Norma Cook, Arlene Davis, Dor-
othy De Well, Donna Carey, Eleanor Crews, Kathy Crouvh. Thirrl row: John Davis, Arlo Daugrhty, Sam Camamo, Rex Brown,
Ed Carter, Dick Crouse, Bob Davis, Bill Coy, David Cullen, Charles Donn:-r, Charles Cotant. Victor De La Torre, Frank Burton.
Not in picture: Elaine Buck.
O Mr. Hughes. First row, left to right: Richard Brown, Carol Bargzar, Ardea Algzood, Bobie Bair, LaVonne Beierhtol, Keith An-
derson. Second row: Maurice Anderson, Joe Bednar, Vonda Lou Brown, Nancy Beisser, Norma Benson, Floyd Arwaerte. Third
row: Donn Block, Jerry Blomberg, Willien Abbott, Corrinne Alexander, Betty Bunda, Karl Burch, Bill Anderson. Not in picture:
Randall Ainsworth, Bob Anderson, Daniel Brown.
if Miss Sharon: First row, left to right: Shirlee Smiley, LaVonne Kullman. Mary Ziegler, Jeanne Mitchell. Second row: Lillie
Mae Fitzgerald, Barbara Hess, Rosie Leiss, Marian King, Leona Hanson, Deloris Eckerman, Joyce Folsom, Mary Heun. Third
row: Melvin Droege, John Holt, Austin Hogan, Richard Delanuit, Riley Drake, Orvin Paulson, Jim Fitch, Reginald Schive, Robert
Wright, Dale Hintch. Not in picture: Hattie Demery, Bob Dilxres, Nancy Knowles, Norma Jean Koester, Gordon Stiles, Ed
Sweeney, Joanne Von Bank, Johanna Von Bank.
0 Mr. Hemphill. First row, left to right: Donna Wostre, Shirley Webb, Barbara Watrous, Kathryn Taylor, Nancy Walrod,
Kathryn Underwood. Sa-cond row: Dee Vinson, Jean Waddell, Norma Webb, Shirley Tilton, Phyllis Thelander, Mary Washburn.
Third row: Dom: Whitimr, Ronald Williams, Duane Wood, Bill Wolfe, Don Waters, Lucille We-rtz, Florabel Tinner, Audrey Windc-
low, Patricia West, Marlys Willey. Fourth row: Paul Wiche, Duane Trichel, Bill Tracy. Not in picture: Shirlee Williams.
t Mr. Rich. First row, left to right: Glo1'ia Patterson, Vivian Peterson, Phyllis Phillips, Joan l'eecl, Betty Payne, Joan Neilson,
Norma Perry. Second row: Georxzia Lee Nelson, Erma Peterson, Marjorie Nitzel, Joan Prohaska, Mary Powers. Third row:
Leroy Nekvinda, John Novy, Jerry Nordquist, Bill Peterson, Cecil Phipps, Loran Olson. Not in picture: Donald O'Connor, Milton
0 Miss Likins. First row. left. to right: Kenneth Svhmidt, Clarke Stewart, Willard Sahoe, Fred K4-nnke, Maynard liossow, Harold
Rhodes, Bill Stewart, Bruee Rogers. Seeonrl row: Delores Smith. Mary Jenn Shaw, Dorothy Sheker, Darlene Stanek. Elsie
Sehlueter, Marilyn Rohrer, Mary Rutledge. Third row: lilsie Se-huenfiseh, Vefrgrene Stnrmlevant, Margxzxret Rudenbrrrn, Joan
Schurf, Patsy Savane, Ann Rutlerlxre. Not in picture: Don Sprague.
'A' Mr. Tripp. First row, left to rizrhtz Andrey l-Irikson, Norma 4'z1rlsun. Juan lislinuer. Maxine Flynn, June DuBois, Helen
Feelhaver. Second row: Janice Bailey, Peggy Armstrong, Barbarzn Farmer, Beverly Carlson, Delores Boynton. Third row: Joan
Berry, Jaek Farr:-l, Dean lfuntann, Roy Bruwn, Pete Beukelmzxn, Irwin Daniels, Fourth row: Huh Cappelv, Kenneth Emzholm,
Bob Etzel. Huh Burke, Bill Bremmen, Neal Denny. Not in picture: Joyrtc- Carrier.
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I speak for all the members of the class of "49U when I say that the first
thing that impressed us in coming to Senior High School Was the friendly
atmosphere. We have a feeling that the upper classmen and faculty are
glad to have us with them. A review of the events of the year will show
that we have taken part in all activities. We realize that this year we are
the youngsters of the school family. Our aim is to be worthy of the ine
opportunities placed here for us, and to meet the standards attained by
the classes before us. QU! 557674
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Mrs. Tellier. First row, left to right: Charlotte Hoop, Nancy Havighurst, Shirley Greene, Polly Greenfield, Donna Guenther, Gloria
Holley. Second row: Phyllis Hines, Cynthia Gratke, Dolores Holland, Shirley Hayek, Joan Harbacheck, Don Hensley. Third row:
Kay Hansen, Jeannette Hanson, Carl Hartman, Bill Hotz, William Hill. Fourth row: Maurice Halverson, Bill Hart, Tom Gustaf-
son, Ernest Heitner, George Harris, Dave Gilday. Not in picture: Audrey Hood, Rosalie Grema, Helen Graham, James Gross,
Carmen Hamell, Don Hickey, Norma Horn.
Miss Nordman. First row, left to right: Jim Kenny, Tom Lynch, Shirley Hieke, Margaret Haugen, Wilma McLuckie, Eileen
Moen, Jean Lundblad, Ruth Kehm, Ruth Knack, Barbara Nicholls, Audrey Geise, Donna Oleson. Second row: Roland Larson,
Ernest Mori, George Niemier, Lawrence Newsum, Bob Hrabak, Gene Marchi, Jerry Lynn, Bill Heileman, Gordon Green, Shirley
Malfeld, Donna Hudson, Betty Martin, Shirley Olson, Bill Hagan, Harold Balm.
Mr. Phares. First row, left to right: Milton Carter, Richard Burkholder, Christian Anderson, Wilbert Auten, Bob E. Anderson.
Second row: Joan Cannon, Charmaine Breon, Margaret Blunt, Lila Campbell, Deloris Bruce, Vivian Bloomquist, Wilma Belmer.
Third row: Mary Lou Bailey, Irene Ascherle, Deloris Brechwald, Patricia Blaney, Janice Barber. Fourth row: Jack Balcom,
Robert Armbruster, Donald Babbitt, Ernest Babbitt, Bob Beers, Bob Beeh, Bruce Ballard, Renardo Bianchi, Gerald Bonnstetter.
Not in picture: Ruth Buck.
Mr. Pippet. First row, left to right: Donald Rc-nuuist, Bob Peterson, Maurice Widell, John Sullivan, Lois Tullis, Marilyn Tunwall,
Beverly Stafford. Second row: Lawrence Wie-wel, Harold Ziems, Roger Weave, Roland Samuelson, John Stewart, Harmon Utley,
Don Spooner, Neil Thompson, Charles Pitsor, Gene Rathermel. Glen Rude, Daryl Steck, Duane Shappel, Earl Wiss, Russell Shelwn.
Miss Crow. First row, left to right: Mary Doughty, Hardie Field, Beverly Chambers, Rose Ann Christiansen, Arlene Engzholm,
Lois Dean, Donna Eastwood, Charlotte Dunnick, Darlene Eaton. Second row: Lyle Crouse, Phyllis Crouse, Dean Clabaufzh, Shirley
Clare, Shirley Evans, Monica Crawford, Mary Ann Geise, Charles Doyle, Clayton Evanson, Jim Fox. Third row: Joe Carberry,
Ronald Fcvolrl, James Galvin, Charles Fortner, Albert Elias. Fourth row: Joe Dopita, Don Etzel, Bill Fellows, Fred Carter, Pat
Fisher, Phillip Covi, Jack Cerney, Dick Gerdes, Leonard Dueker, Norman Gaumer. Not in picture: Marguerite De Lanoit.
Mr. Hathaway. First row, left to right: Marvin Rummo, Chuck Smith, Bob Swan, Gilbert Stanek, Bruce Smiley, Joe Sheker, Lay-
ton Stump, Don Seltz. Second row: Imogene Saucke, Helen Taylor, Schiela Savane, Joan Stockwell, Madonna Rohrer, Bonnie
Snyder, Charlene Schroder, Dora Schoenfish, Earla Rumme, Eddie Tabat, Carrie Rosen, Jim Simon. Third row: David Spirek,
Paul Smith, Dick Sampson, Bob Spurlin, Bill Swalla, Bob Sterns, Roy Rork. Not in picture: Joan Taylor.
Miss Demorest. First row, left to right: Aleta Orness, Jeraldine Mericle, Peggy Peterson, Donitta Hyde, June Merrill. Second
row: Monte Rathbun, Eleanor Peterson, Shirley Rierson, Nathalie Mitchell, Alberta Otto, Janet Officer, Mona Miller. Third row:
Melvin Peed, Leo Millea. Fourth row: Bill Munday, Merton Murray, Jack Presler, Bob Rich, John Peterson, Bob Rankin, Leo
Peed, Roy Moenck, Vernon Person, Dale Morris, Dick Munn.
Miss Hastie. First row, left to right: Rose Lewis, Rosemary Koestner, Shirley Lumsdon, Joyce Larson, Charlene Larson, Marion
Jacobs. Second row: Charlotte Larson, Shirley Knack, Erma Kolacia, Pat Johnson, Lorraine Jones. Third row: Donna Legg.
Elmer Larson, Stanley Hupton. Fourth row: Rose Jones, James Kenny, Clark Johnson, Harry Kiliper, Virgil Humpel. Fifth
row: Mary Krouse, Romonia Humpel, Mathew Lundgren, Elwood Johnson, Glen Knudson, Don Kramer, Daryl Johnson.
Mrs. McLess. First row, left to right: Jean Wilson, Janice Yates, Darlene Showers, Elaine Wood, Edwina White. Elaine Will,
Juanita Wayzgner, Marriann Wennerholm. Second row: Betty Thomas, Virginia Trost, Shirley Vogal, Doris Thoresbacken. Fourth
row: John Thomas, Bill Zimmerman, Willie Zuck, Don Waggner, Joe Underwood, Waldo Lindberg, Lewis Wagner, Darrel Wise-
Mr. Goodman. First row, left to right: Constance Douzlas, Lila Coleman, Donna. Casey,
Phyllis Tieviger, Marjorie Field, Max-della Allison, Audrey Colson, JoAnn Burman. Second
row: Shirley Booth, Alma Buckner, Doris Florea, Marlin Fishel, Edna Mae Erickson. Third
row: Gerald Chingren, James Foster, Ramon Breiholz, Bob Ebersole, Dave Behrens, Bob
Douglass, Carl Diane, Darwin Donahe, Duane Brown, Ray Dillon. Not in picture: Shirley
Cole, Dorothey Dahlquist.
THE TABLES TURNED
Up! Up! my Friend, and quit your books,
Or surely you'll grow double.
Up! Up! my Friend, and clear your looks,
Why all this toil and trouble?
Books! 'tis a dull and endless strife,
Come, hear the Woodland linnet,
How sweet his music! on my life,
There's more of Wisdom init.
Une impulse from a vernal wood
May teach you more of man,
Of moral evil and of good,
Than all the sages can.
Enough of Science and of Art,
Close up those barren leaves,
Come forth, and bring with you a heart
That watches and receives.
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Qnce more, the colorful red and black uniformed March-
ing Band contributed their talent to the 1946 football
season. For their excellent performances, they were re-
warded by a trip to Mason City. Drum Major Dean Harris,
with the help of six skilled Majorettes, did a fine job of
leading the band.
Sue VanBenthysen Audrey Geise
Leila Coleman Lois Tullis
LaVonne Beightol Georgia Lee Nelson
l'l:n'ilwtf: lVl:n':4:ll'i-I l,ursun, Hull 'l'ylL-r. Jack lVlL'Kius1l'y. Mary Ann l"v4-lliznvr, Slmirlvy Smils-y, Marilyn Mn-Kinsiry. Num
mul, llvzm Ilznrris. lmif: .lmvm-s. Rvuimllcl Shiva. llivlc C'ru11sr-, Lily Mm- VVillium:4. Murlys Willy, l'Il:xim' Will, lim' Hullziml In nn
4':1mmn. .luv i'z1rlw1'1'y. Ulmu: l'ally Jom-S. l"1'ench Horns: Julm Nlclv'l'w-, Svnit Iiilulxvy. I,:1wrc'm'4- Williams. Mzlrjnric Mu
llzxrrvll VViwvm:m, 'l'run1pc-ls: VVz1ll Vcrlnirli. Louis VV:111lwl', Gvrzllrlim- IVI4-r:u'ln-, .lznm-s Fox, Huh Rich, l"r:xnk lillrtnn. lugxm
lmuls, lluycl Nm'mlnmrli. Iiuugrlus Moss-lr-y, Roger Brown. Russvll'l'l1mwm, M:n'i4m C'zu'r, Drums: Vlizlrlntis' liunp, liulv Juhnsun
llivk Ha-:ullm-Q-, liill Fwy, Wall lliff. Juv Hzirrinutmx. llumrlus VVl1iling:. lizlsswz Iluviml Spirvlx, llulv l'sls-rsrm, i'l:n'L'm'1' ll.-ilu
lfrs-omzln Grunt, llzxlo l'm-lirzln, Rulu-rt Munllimx, liulv I.m'sun. linriimws: Doris 'l'l1m'slr:llxlwn, linlx lluugrlsxs, KL-ith i':Qrlsun lr
Vrmlsu, lTl1:1nv Mivlu-lhml. 'l'run1lmm's: Lyle Crmlsv. Jim Huw-y. Mary lhwlwx-1-, Allman Hmim-lf, Cliff Harp. Duzlnv King'-lmllrw
f'l:u'4-m-v liznlwlwll, lC:1rl Nvlsun. llm-an Olson. Flutes: Gvurzzia Iml'N4-lsmm. l'1lz1in0 Marsh, Shirlvy 'l'lwn1ps1m. llzlss C'Iarinvt linux
Smilf-y. Allin l'lzlrim-1: Shirls-y Hiulw. liassmmsz De-an liivlxln-:ilu-l'1,r, Mary Alimw- Hnlvm-rsmn, 'I'ympzumi: llux lirmvu Siva
plwnw: Jzlnim- lhnilvy, Norma Lvl- Klltz. Chzi!'ls's Smith, f'yn1l1iz1 Grzltlw, Uryin l'zulls1'n, lllvun Hrwcc-lizx. N111 in piulurs lil m
Spillmnn. l'll1::'1-iw l'05wl'l4'y'. liichzxrrl llrmvki, Rox lirmulis, Juv C'lvupm-r, llvznn Arms, Milton l'uiwnim'l4, llolu lllstznl. .ll-un Hsxnx
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Under the direction of the new band leader, Mr. Hemphill, this musical
organization, made up of seventy students and instruments, oifered the
school and public che finest in musical entertainment. Talented musician-
ship has been the lsey to its success for this year as well in years past.
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Kv'aI,owskv. llorolhv H:1nsen,.Mary lVlt'SSII9l'. Gloria l'atuf1'sm1: Shirlcc Hiclw, llcwrainu .T-lm-s. Pat Douglas, Viola: Sovilla How-
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Shirlvy Thompson, Fllzxinv Marsh. Clzxrinets: lvlznrzrarc-L l,zn'son.liolw Tyler, Shirley Smiley. I"rn-rlvh Horns: John Muncfeef, Jean
D1 ln O son. Jn-an Lumllulzul, Vynthia Gratkc. Wilma lil-lmur. Not xn pu'tm'e: Patty Jon:-s. lmxxrencv wllllHDlS.
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.Iulm lNln-m-for-. Dirk C'1w-use-, Sam Vzxnmxnu, I-Iarl Nelson. Clifton Harp. Iillmert Fox. Thirsl rrvw, left in right: Auflrvy Colson,
lilam-hw llflzulsun, Ruth Knawk, Mary Zn-iglvr. Kathy Crmwli, lfranlclin linrtun, Eldon Huvoy, l"x'4-1-nxan Grout, John Holt, Bob Man-
niml. Rn-x lirmvn. Imran Ulm-sum, liulm lwvyor. Dwaynv Wuml. Hill Fwy, Glc-n Horecka. llcvc-rly Jurllisnn, Lois Jones, Mary Rut-
lwlzro. Ruth Martin. Sm-mmm! n-uw, lm-fl lu right: Durthen Anmlcrsun, l"r:u1c'is Nafe, Lilly Mao VVilliz1ms, Aleta Ornoss, Beverly Carl-
sun, Marilyn Martin, Ilnruthy IVI4-yn-V, lluris Vllfnzel, liovvrly Allrriuht. Myrlee Zierke, Kathryn Taylor, Marilyn Hudson, Patty
,lnm-S, Jvuu Lumihlacl, N1-uma lfisln-l, .Iran Rogers, Juralmlinu Mm-ivlv, I.aVunnv Ric-rsun, Muryzarct Larsun. First row, left to
right: Amlruy Gviss, Unis-l lilavkwm-Il, lCilc4-n Maven, Dnris liruwn, Nan Rosy-nberger, Jody Hale, Marilyn Wicker, Mary Lou Ulstad,
ldsilm-1' Sm-hultzv, Marilyn Mcliinsiry, Marilyn Rrmhrer, Pllvanm' Kuostvr, Virginia Likins,, lnvz Sauffke, .I1x4lyWil1iams,Jackic King,
Ruth lim-hm. Nancy Walrml.
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The A Cappella Choir under the direction of Clayton I-lathaway has again proven itself a credit to
Fort Dodge. Outstanding leadership and co-operation upheld the choir's reputation, making it another
successful season in its history.
Climaxing the season was the tri-music festival with the Port Dodge High School again being host,
The choruses from Ames, Boone, and Fort Dodge were under the direction of Harry XVilson from Colum-
bia University. This festival added to the thrill of singing in such an outstanding organization.
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Taking place on a southern plantation, this ycar's
operetta was a delightful modern romance-comedy.
The singing cast which was under the direction of
Clayton Hathaway and Kenneth XVaterman, was well
supported by the members of the A Cappella chorus
and also by the members of the dancing chorus, di-
rected by Dave Tripp. The Show Shop Orchestra,
directed by V. V. Hemphill, did an excellent job in
helping to make this one of the year's most successful
0 Virsl rim. lr-1'l to riuhlz Nsinry llaixiuhiii'-11p f'li:iz'lwIIf- Hoop, .-Xuiliw-y Howl. L'zxi'ins'n Hziml-ll. Virginia lfornl,
,lxxniwv lizliloy, l,ox'l':1im- .Iom-s. llx-linux llnvllamfl. Vfilnizn Iivlnivr. Allu-rtu 01111. Su-owl row: l't-:Jay l"etvx'soIl.
Honniu lit-:ii'n. Hvlm-li I'n-1-llizixr-r, Shirlvy H11-l-in-, l"r:xm-is Nln'Nul'r3', Nzxnvy Knoxxlis. lVIzu'Qz1i'vt H21ll9J,'tA!l. l'h:u'-
lotlm- Iliiniiirk, Nl:ilgi4n'i1- lfii-ld, Phyllis Hina-s, 'l'Iii1':! lim. In-fi to right: lioiinit- Hznmluls-lon, Mzxrlin Fishul,
l'zn'i'iv Rosa-ri, Doris 'I'liou'slr:1ltlu-ii. lil-try 'l'homz1s, l.ziVoiim- lim-iphlnil. Marilyn lllinlsoii, lilt-umii' l'vI,m'sol1.
.llizunin VN:Ag'm+i', Mziry 1 rouse, l'ul lllzmm-y. Mzmry l.ol1 lNl4-ssm-V. lfuurlh row. lm-fl 1-v Viuht: limlrlie 'l':xlin1, lion
lim-rs, l,:i3'1on Stump. limb l'vln-iw-fin. Iiill lwtuxsnll. lic! f':n'ivi'. Yiruil llumpliill.
Q Ifirsi row, lvI'1 To rigfliiz Phyllis Vhilliius, Shirln-5' Ilzxyvlx, Biol, lim-h, l,ylt-C'l'oi1sL-, VVillit- Zurk. liiigvrne Roos,
Iiill l'n-llmvs. li-ilu Hull. Iillu-1-1 Vox, liiihaiuwl lirruwii, Keith .loliiisuih Nloiitn- Ruthlvnrn, .lo Anna- Voss. Gloria
l':1l11-rson Sm-mul row, left to Vitrht: Num-y lfislit-r'. lJ:ii'lL'm- Iiuton. lfnlwilm VVhilv, Mary W'ivslu'o1l. Mary
limighly, Helen 'I'znyloi', All-1:1 Urm-ss, .Ioan Svli:u'I', l"lm'ilxel 'l'i:Li1v1'. Rzlninna Gibson, l'atricia Johnson
l'Il:1ine VN'oo1l, lionnir- Snyili-r. Thirml Voxx, lm-l'l to right: Shirley Hxzilis, Maury Stzuiln-y, .lenilrliiie Meriele, Imo-
gn-riv S:xi1r'kn-, Rust- Ann C'l1risli:uisx-ii, Mziijoriv Mino1'. Aiulrvy Givw. .lzuiel Ul'fix-wr, Shirley Rierson, Joan
L':mnnn. .lvzxnxiv Min-ha-ll, Mary Millm-11. l"o1lr1h row, lwft to right: lVlurL:'ui'vt lilunl, Amlrvy VVinflel0w, Be-My
IVl:u'iin, lrvm- Asehm-i'l, Soxilln Howzxlwl, llzirlum' Slum-lt, .Imxn 'l':lylor, Gwilwrizi Nelson, Beverly Chambers,
Shirley Vlzlre. .lefziiu-Ho Hanson.
The students in second and fifth period choruses receive voice training
and singing experience. This is very valuable to them for it increases their
opportunities of getting into the A Cappella Choir which is the goal of
any ambitious student who likes to sing.
Last fall when the Dodger staff walked
into the ofliee to start Work, they hadn't
even 21 glimpse of what the future held for
them. First came the Campaign whieh,
thanks to all concerned, and that lTlCL1l1S.j'UIl,
went over with 21 bang. In fact, we sold
more Dodgers this year than ever before!
Then came the Senior section and those quo-
tations - Bless them! - and the Copy that
was continually due-the Saturday sessions
getting them done.
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Did you see those haggard looking people
running around the school tearing their hair
out? ---- Well, those Were the so-Called
members of the Dodger staff. But seriously,
We,re really glad that the Dodger is out and
We hope that you like it a lot. l'm sure if
you ask any member of the staff, they would
not have traded any second of it for any-
thing in spite of all our difficulties. We've
tried to do our best and now, here's your
LITTLE DODGER STAFF
Editor ,,, , ,,,Bi1l Algood
Higli School lfditor ,,,, ,Ginger Ford
NCW9 lfvrlitor ,, Puggy Armstrong
Circulation Mnnagcr,,,, ,,,Deloris Nellis
Advertising Manager, ,, , , , , ,Janice Bailey
Art lfditor ,,, , , , ,,Duanc VC'ood
Sporw XY'ritcrs-Earl Hudson, Bob Davis, Dick jacobs,
Pliotogmplicr , ,,, , , ,Jim Officer
Pribliriry Rccords,,,, ,Violet Darnell
Advcrtisiiig Solicitors--Adrian Sanford, lawrence W'illiamx,
Cilaricc Coppingcr, Clmrlouu lJcXX'ull
Rupoi'tursv-joy Anderson, Hclcn lfccllmvcr, NVillian Abbott,
lilcanor Kuester, Georgia Luc Nclson, Joyce Kallin,
Mary Ziegler, Dick Hcgidlcc, joan Ifslingcr, Margaret
Advisor ,, , Mins Adeline Sharon
The past year has been a busy and successful one
for the Little Dodger staff as have all other years.
As usual, the staff members were dashing franti-
cally around familiar halls trying to dig up some
'bit of news that would amuse its many readers-
the fun of seeing your copy in print or some joke
of yours being laughed at. Even the trials and
tribulations were all taken as part of the day's
work. Under Miss Sharon's guiding hand, Adrian
Sanford and Virginia Ford capably handled the Ed-
itor's job with Bill Algood as J. C. Editor. Thanks
a lot for all the news and laughs.
LITTLE DODGER STAFF
Editor ,,,,,,,,. , ,.,,Y,,,,, ,,, ,,,,,,,,..,.., Bill Algood
High School Editor,, .,,.,,,, ,,f,. A drian Sanford
News Editor,,, .,,,,, , ,,,,,,,,,,,...,. Peggy Armstrong
Circulation Managers, ,, ,Norma Benson, Dorothy DeWell
Advertising Manager ,, ,,,, , .. ,,,, ,,,, Audrey Erickson
Art Editor,,,, ,,, ,,, ,..,,,,,,, ....,-Duane Wood
Sports Editor. , , ,, ,,,,,,,,,, . ,,,,, Earl Hudson
Sports Writers ,,,,,, ,,,,,,Betty Woodruff, Reg Schivc
Publicity Records,,, ,,,,,,,,, , ,.,,,,,,. Ardea Algood
Feature Editors, ,, ,, , ,,,,, Eleanor Kuester, William Abbott
Photographer ,,, ,.,. ,,,,,,,,,,.,,.,,,,,,,,,, J im Officer
Advertising Solicitors-Bob Davis, Margaret Rodenborn,
Bob Hall, Bonnie Hambleton
Reporters-Jean Lundblad, Austin Hogan, Norma Webb,
Marjorie Field, Carol Holm, Patsy Savage, Annette
Lucbbers, Phyllis Thelander
Advisor ,,, , , ,,,,,,,,.,,,,,,,, Miss Adeline Sharon
First row, left to right: Nancy Walrod, Shirley Smiley, Eleanor Kuostcr, Jean l4llIldl3l?ld, Dorothy Mi-yor, Betty Woodruff, Lois
Tullis, Kathy Crouch, Patty Jones, liill Larson, Sex-onil row: Marilyn Martin, Phyllis Hines, Wilma Iii-lmnr, Imogene Sum-ki-,
Norma Jean Oleson, Beverly Ni-lson. Shirley Allan, Diane Orvis, Norma Perry. Third row: Eleanor Crt-ws, Jody Hale. l,aVonni-
Rierson, Mary Lou Ulstad, Bill Clabamrh, Harold Rhodes, Bob Kirkherir. Kenny Hngholm, Bill Coy. lixiuem- Hay. Bob l-jlnwsuli-,
Bob Shoemaker. Fourth row: Dzirri-ll VViseman, Jack Lunn, Danny Brown, ,lurk Si-hweiger, l-Ildon How-y. Dim-k Fr-xolrl, 'Tom Vul-
dicord. Bill Mllnday. Bill Fellows. Harry Killiper. Carlo Mm-ek, Bob Johnson.
The Student Council of First Semester once more did
an excellent job in performing its duties. The council in-
cludes one member from each advisory group, four mem-
bers at large from the junior class, and from the senior class
eight members at large.
The council, which acts as a governing body of the
school, was under the direction of Miss Likins, Miss Dem-
orest, and Mr. Feelhaver.
President ss.st is csss ssssssc B ill Larson
Vice-Presidents sscss ssssss D ick Fevold
Secretarys, , scs,, Patty Jones
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First row, left to right: Joan Eslinszer. Jean Hanson, Helen Zuck, Imogene Saucke, Wilma Belmar, Patty Jones, Norma Perry,
Dick Fevold. Second row: Shirley Smiley, Eleanor Kuester, Dorothy Meyer, Marilyn Martin, Phyllis Hines, Verjean Stewart,
Maryann Caldwell, Diano Orvis, Third row: Eleanor Crews, Jody Hale, Joy Anderson, Harold Rhodes, Danny Brown, Eugene Hay,
Bob Strom. Dick Hearlleo, Tom Thompson, Frank Kendall, Bill Hagen, Kathy Crouch, LaVonne Ricrson, Norma Jean Oleson.
Fourth row: Tom Poilflis-ord, Bob Johnson, Jack Sc-hweigzer, Bill Munclay. Walter Linclln-rg, Bill Fellows, Harry Killiper, Bob
Larson, Carlo Marek, Bill Clabuuuh, Eldon Hovoy, Bill Coy, Nancy Walrorl.
The Second Semester Student Council achieved its
goals equally as well as the First Semester Council. Usher-
ing at programs, planning All School Dances, checking
lockers and cars, turning on the lights, and shining the
trophy cases were a few of the many accomplishments
achieved bythe council.
President ...S t.,, Dick Fevold
Vice-President 9 tce,Bob Strom
Secretary as seee Norma Jean Oleson
THE RING AND THE LOOK THE HAPPY JOURNEY
Mary Thurman Pyle Thornton Wilder
Tommy Tuttlew, ,,,,,,A ,, ,, ,,,, , ,,,.,..,,, ,Paul Smith Ma Kirby., ,,,,,,, ,,,,, ,, ,,.,,.-,,,,, Beverly Carlson
Bertha ,r,,,,,, , , ,,,,V ,,,.,,, B everly Chambers Pa Kirbya.. ..,v,... ,Kenneth Engholna
Marian Tuttle A, . ,,,,,...r Phyllis Thelander Arthur ,,,,,, W l.,, ,. Dick Mitchell
Billy Martin, 7. O Wrr,.,,. .Douglas Whiting Caroline ,,r, ,,....., Nancy Havighurst
Mr. Tuttle O ., rrrr , O Lillie Williams Beulah, ,,,rrr, 7 r,,r,r,r ,,.,, 7 , ,,t,Helen Zuck
Clair Burnham , W, W ,,,,,,,,,,,, Virginia Ford Stage Manager, ,,,.,,,.,, ,,,.,,,,,,,,,, , Walter Iliff
Doris Moore. ,, . ,,,,,,,, Georgia Lee Nelson Panther Director-Jack Everett
Evelyn Granger, ,.,,,r, ,O , ,,,,,,,r Marilyn McKinstry Assistant-Mary Lee Harbachek
Panther Director-Gwen Babbitt
Properties and Effects-Pat Blaney
A MESSAGE FROM KHUFU RINGING IN THE GROOM
Stuart Cotton and LeVergne Shaw A. A. O'Keej'e
Professor Arthur Hardin t,tt,t ,,.,..,, S cott Libbey Grandmother , ,,,,,,,,, ,, ,,,,r, ,,,,..,,, B onnie Hambleton
Herman ,,,,, A i,,,,,,,,,,..,,, K, r,,,,.r,,,,,, Floyd Auwaerter Bertha ,,,,,, , ,,,,,,,, Delores Breehwald
Butch ,,,,,,,,,,r,,,,.,,,,,,,,l,, ,,,...,,,,t Art Hubbard George i..t...l , ,,t, ..,, Adrian Sanford
Ben O rrr.,...,,,rrrr....rrrl,,... . ,,,.,,,,...,,,, W ,tDuane Wood Ruth Hibbard rr,.,r ,.,,,, W illian Abbott
Panther Director-Dick Smith Wilbur ,,,t,,, , ,t,,, ,,,,,,,, , ,,,r Dick Headlee
Assistant-Earl Hudson Mildred -. .,,,, .t,,,,., A udrey Guenther
Ella ....,,,.,,,. Y . .,,, , ,,,,,, , ,Joan Prohaska
Harriet ,.,.,.. , ,,r,,,, , r,,,,,, Frances McNulty
Panther Director-Marion Carr
Properties and Effects-Juanita Waggener
4GR6l3tiV8S By Aff6l'lillll,,
fry Rf1!7l'l'f Sf. Clair
Robert Evans , , Scott Libbey Mrs. Yen LaVonne Rierson
Margaret Evans ,,,,, , Beverly Carlson Ho Wang Grant Rhinehart
Shirley Evans ,,,,, Gretchen Schnurr Wah Ching ,,,, Mary Lee Harbacheck
Emma Raft , Marilyn Martin T'ze Kiang ,,,, , ,Olga Heitner
Hobart , , ,Jerry Shaffer Bird's Nest, ,,,. , Mary Lou Ulstad
Findley Davis ,,,,,,, , ,s,, Harold Janssen Sing , ,,,, W Bob Wefdgn
Dr. Yen , , , W ,,,,., , Freeman Groat Reporter, H Y 7 , Bob Meyer
Photographer ,, ,,,,,,, 7 Tom Peddicord
Student Directors-Doris Wenzel, Bob Meyer
Weaving itself into a complicated web of humor, "Relatives By Affection" was
different from most plays in that it showed the relationship between Americans and
Chinese. Coming to America brings on many humorous incidents for not only the Yen
family but also for the Evans.
Mixing humor, romance, and seriousness, "Relatives By Affeetioni' was greatly
enjoyed by both audience and cast, judged from the standpoint of writing, the plot Was
good, the situation cleverly worked out, the Characters distinct and well drawn, and the
dialogue sprightly and natural. Under the able direction of Mr. Waterman the play was
an outstanding success.
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"Don't rub it on, don't wipe it on, just smear it onf' That is the motto of this group
who make up the east for the plays and operettas.
First row, left to right: Duane
Wood, Paul Smith, Kenneth Eng-
holm, Bill Peterson, Bob Hill. Sec-
ond row: Adrian Sanford, Freeman
Gi-oat, Marilyn Martin, Eleanor
Kuuster, liob Meyer. Third row:
Gretchen Schnurr, Delores Nellis,
Audrey Guenther, Doris Brown,
Lily Williams, Virginia Ford.
Fourth row: Barbara Bair, Bonnie
Hambleton, Mary Zeigler, Jayne
Johnston, Helen Zuck. Marilyn Mc-
The Dodger Players is Ll new club just organized this year by Mr. Wgiterman. Special
requirements must be met to become a member. The requirement is a semester of dra-
matics or earning 10 points by appearing in a play or operetta.
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Dun Babbitt. Kenneth Engholm,
Gordon Stiles, Bob Hill, Herschel
The stage crew builds, moves and takes down scenery for plays and operettgls. A letter
is awarded to stage crew members.
Harold Janssen, Bill Armstrnmg, Kenny Emrholm and limb Meyer.
Students picked from Mr. XVatcrman's speech class were the announcers for the tri-
weckly radio program, "Know Your Schools." These programs broadcast over KVFD
represented almost every activity in school. .
The debate teams, under the supervision of Mr.
Tripp, set an enviable record for this year:
Mason City.. .. . . ,,,,,7V . ,,,,,7 . , Won 6 Lost 0
Won 4 Lost 2
Won 4 Lost 2
Ida Grove 7,,,7
' ' left tu right:
Austin Hogan, Mar
Weishrod, Eldon Hovey.
Bill VVolfe-, Phillip Covi,
Joe Carberry, Judy At-
well, Milton Poisnick.
nd row: John Men-
J oa n B u ,
,,...,,Won 5 Lost 3
d to State
Quad State, Sioux City ,
District. ., , ,,,,,,, A ,,,, ,,,,,, ,,,,,,,,,, , , Advance
The Wranglers will lose one by graduation this
year so the prospects are exceptionally good for
Dave Hoizan, Joan
Row one, left to right:
Marilyn Tunwall, Joy
Anderson, Connie Douir-
las, JoAnn Sehrodt,
Mary Lee Harbaeheck,
Duane Wood. Row two:
Norma Cook, Margie
Halligan, Glen Horeeka.
Elaine Wood, Darlene
Row t h r c ez
Joyee Larson, Joan Har-
- ,k, Cynthia Gatkc.
PAINT AND PALETTE
Prmiilwzl , ,,,, ,WNW ,,,,,,,, Dean Harris
Vil.'l'-PVCSilIl'llf, ,,,,,, . ,.f, Glen Horeeka
Sm-rotary , , ,,,,,,,,, ,.,-Cynthia Gratke
Trms1wcr,,, , ,,,, , ,, ,Joan Harbacheck
Under the direction of Miss Moulding, the Paint and Palette Club, organized on the
work shop plan, started off another successful year. The main features of the year were
a skit for the pep rally, and a Christmas party.
' .Miss Mac:Mull:m
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Where could I find-this is th
e question many of the students ask when coming into
the library. With the help of 14 librarians and their supervisor, Miss MacMullan, we are
able to find this information in our well or f ' '
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, ,,,,Marilyn Wicker Sc'c1'ciui'y , 4, , ,,,Eleanor Kucstcr
Vice-Pr'L'xiffc'11t ,,,, Y,..,,Beverly Albright TTKWSIIVCY ,,,, ,,,, K lean Lundblacl
The Girl Reserves, better known as the Y-Teens, had a very successful year with Miss
Hastie as advisor. Some of the special events of the year were the Christmas Party and
the Hard Time Party for Friendship Week.
The second ear French students, under the leadershi of Miss Demorest, met monthl
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up of skits, reports of lerench activities and singing of French songs.
First row, left to right: Marilyn Martin, Vice President, Secretary: Delores Eckerman: Jeanne
Rollers, President, JoAnn Schrodt, Mary Ellen Millea. Mary Lou Messner. Second row: Delores
Smith, Mary Alice Zeiglerg Sue Van Benthuysen, Treasurer: Audrey Erickson, Margaret Rod-
enborn. Third row: Blanche Madsen, Donna Scott, Barbara Hess, Carol Holm, Secretary. Fourth
row: Norma Dean Carlson, Bobbie Bair, Norma Perry, Virginia Ford, Violet Darnell. Fifth row:
Willis Samuelson, Doug VVhitin5:, Bill Peterson. Rei: Shive, Earl Hudson. Sixth row: Dick Ellis,
Treasurer: Earl Nelson. Perry West. Vice President: Scott Libbey, l're-sident.
First row, left to right: Jim Hagen, President: George Ann Gillman, Vice President: Jody Wil-
liams, Seeretaryg JoAnn Hale, Nan Rosenberger. Second row: Theresa Case, Treasurer: Jackie
Kina, Secretary: Audrey Guenther, Pat Land, Loran Olson, President, Third row: JoAnn Seharf,
Ncoma Fishel, Donna. Groshart, Paulyn Paap, Margie Halligan, Treasurer: Ruth Martin, Vice
President. Fourth row: Elaine Marsh, Barbara Hess, Georgria Lee Nelson, Jeanne Mitchell.
The SPQR meetings which were held every two weeks during class time provided
both social and educational activities for its members. The highlight of the year for these
fourth year Latin students was the initiation of its new members.
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Our athletic program operates within the broad educational pattern of
our institution and all policies, methods, and practices are determined by
what is good for the participant in his athletic activitiy. In any worth-
while activity we believe good leadership is indispensable. In our present
coaching staff that leadership is provided. If through athletics a boy be-
comes stronger, physically, mentally, and socially and at the same time
develops a carry over interest in athletic activity, then I believe a program
such as ours can easily justify itself.
Big Seven C0--Champions
Lme left to right: Ron Messerly, Bob Strom, Roy Hutchinson, Chuck Neal, Jerry Shaffer, Dick Fevold, Bill Fox, Jim Fitch Karl
Burch Backfield, left to right: Ollie Buckner, Merrill Leffler, Bob Kirkberg, Dick Wold.
The Dodgers, in a highly successful season, outscored their opponents 130 to 95, win-
ning seven, losing one, and tying one. In six home games their opponents were able only
to garner an average of 9.5 points while the Red and Black were averaging 16.2 points.
The overall average for their opponents was slightly higher, 10.5 points, while the Dodgers
dropped to 14.4 points. They were the first team in Big Seven history to win the confer-
ence crown two years consecutively, tying with West Waterloo for the loop lead. Their
conference record was four wins, one loss, and one tie. Leifler led the Dodger scoring
parade in the Big Seven and Buckner was close behind. One man placed first on the All
State team, one third, while four received honorable mention. In the past four years
Marquis coached teams have won 31 games, lost 4, and tied 1.
FORT DODGE 19-Loras 6. The Dodgers opened the 1946 gridiron season success-
fully, by downing a scrappy Loras eleven from Dubuque, nineteen to six. Despite the
fact that the weatherman had enclosed a curtain of clouds about the stadium, and the
game was played in a continual downpour of rain, the Red and Black, nevertheless, per-
formed admirably and showed potentialities.
FORT DODGE 7--NORTH DES MOINES 0. The Scarlet and Black gridders
opened defense of their Big Seven Conference title by eking out a seven to nothing victory
over North High of Des Moines. They scored their only touchdown, which proved to be
the margin of victory, late in the third period. A desperate North passing attack in the
fourth quarter was thwarted by the Dodgers, and they chalked up their second win.
FORT DODGE 6-EAST SIOUX CITY 0. The Dodgers won their third game more
handily than the score indicates. They dominated the game completely from almost start
to finish. Although they scored only six points, their offense was brilliant in driving for
206 yardsthroughout the game, and their defense functioned even better, holding the
Sioux Cityans to only 33 yards from scrimmage.
FORT DODGE 13-WEST WATERLOO 13. As the score indicates, the game was
.1 battle royal, and one of the finest all around games seen at Dodger stadium in many
years. West held a slight advantage in first downs, but was unable to match the Dodger
offense in yards gained from scrimmage. It was the first game the Dodgers had not won
in fourteen tries, but they had nothing to be ashamed of, they had played a great West
FORT DODGE 6-EAST WATERLOO 26. The Dodgers journeyed to East Water-
loo for their second appearance off the home field. The Trojans, smarting from the sting
fContinuc'd on page 952
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Front row, left to right: S.M. Doyle Ankrum, Wayne Evanson, Loran Olson, Pete Beukelman, Duane Johnston, Doug Whiting,
Jack Schweifler, Bob Cappele, Dan Rosen, Clark Stewart, Jack Farrell, Bob Wright, Don Lloyd, S.M. Dick Ellis. Second row, left
to right: Jim Officer, Bob Brown, Dick VVold, Dean Knutson, George Lawton, Jerry Shaffer, Harold Janssen, Dick Fevold, Mer-
rill Leffler, Ollie Buckner, Roy Hutchinson, Chuck Neal, Bill Fox, Bill Brighi, Herb Holden, Bob Werdan, Terry Malone. Third
row, left to right: Coach Forrest Marquis, Bill Tracy, Dick Ciberi, Ron Messvrly, Dick Ruge, Bob Strom. Tom Peddicord, Lou
Pray, Bob Etzel, Karl Burch, Bob Kirkberir, Maurice Anderson, B iyd Nordmark, Gene Hayes, Jerry Blomberg, John Wood, Coach
Ralver, Coach Duea. Fourth row, left to right: Coach Bath Arlo Doughty, Larry Wiewul, Bob Anderson, Carl Hayungzs, Bill
Wolfe, Charles Grall, Jim Fitch, Sam Camamo, Willis Samuelson, Doug Kullman, Joe Sanders, Earl Gross, Austin Hogan, Bill
Coy, Coach Hughes.
Front row, left to right: Willie Zuck, Bob Beers, Bob Rankin, Melvin Pecd, Gordon Green, Tommie Thompson, Gene Marchi, John
Stewart, Harry Kiliper, Gerald Chingren. Second row, left to right: Bob Nelson, Roy Dillon, Bob Rich, Pat Fisher, Charles Doyle,
Gene Rathermel, Charles Pitsor, Bob Anderson, Jack Etzol, Roy Moench, Don Seltz, Leo Millca. Third row, left to right: Coach
Hughes, Dick Munn, Bob Evcrsoll, Bob Sterns, Richard Gertes, Glen Knutson, James Gross, Charles Fortner, Ray Brieholz, Jim
Reed, Elwood Johnson, Bill Hagan, Coach Raker. Fourth row, left to right: Eddie Tabot, Bill Heiluman, Bob Beeh, Don Ren-
quist, Bill Winston, Fred Carter, Dick Sampson, John Thomas.
8iil's. size was a handicap but he made up for
this with his aggrefzsiveiiess, The high point
of his career was the North Des Moines Qome
He came ihrougli niagnificentiy when Hutch
was miuren, g ' h
A great hreakawiiy runner on reverses, Buck
yzulied severai games out of the fire, His run-'A
ning was especially eiiecisvs at Drake stadium
against North High and Roosevelt High of Des
Mciniefs. Ai g K
ickis strongest point, which should inakv him
x good in cofiege, is his ability zo stop tho
T" formation His terrific charge and ability
diagnose piays, make him outstanding on
:fense against thisjorniation.
Starting the season without any previous ex'
perience, his fine may throughout the year,
saw him a Seasoned veteran as the end rolled
near. Next Years captain-eieci, Jim shouid
prove hfmseiia capable and adept leader.
on the receiving end of a pass. Came
against Easn Sioux City to catch a
touchdown pass and make the only
BILL FOX-Tackle V
Too much cannot be said of his determination
and competitive spirit. Light for a Big Seven,
iackte, he spent most of his time in the op-
P05509 backfieid. A true exampie of what
sheer determination produces.
Steady at all times, he could always he de-
pefided upon to do capable rrzliel work at me
most crucial point .
llandicapped by a knee injury early in the
season, and out uniil the Roosivvelt game. he
came back strong to display nfs old lighting
Epiril and 9l1f.hllSlB5l!l,
Coming up fast in the late stages. of the sea-
son, Jana found himself :ii regular. and proved
himself to be especially effective in the de-
parlineilr of uffensive blocking
Quarterback was a new position for Kirk this
year, but he adjusted himself quite readily to
lt, As the season progressed he proved him-
self quite adcptqig the forinaxion.
Traded off abdui half and hull with Kirk,
Handicaxziped by his size he nrverliiriless
proved himself to be veilimblr- in several
games, particularly against forward passes,
Anoiher shining example of what can be done
when one is determined to sncceedl
Extremely valuable when an extra yard or lwn
was needed for a larsl down Lelf always kept
the l'7l0l'l'l9llUllll of an offensive going. His
downiield blocking was responsible for several
von Ltovn--atauarm-Leek 4
th s uad something in the ay of
He gave e q K V. Q
morale which paid pff not only in darlyfprac- '
itlces, but on frilly ,nights as well., When
called ution hi' afstfayk came through in the
best,,of fashiill. ' i I i '
f ' TERRY muon:--tackle
agltlever missed practice during his three years
football and was always in the thick of it
lduring a scrimmage. Kept the regulars work-
ing 'at all times, l
' neu Mzsssntv-:isa A l s
llls play bordered on the spectacular 8f.f.f?f!E5,E
and with this year of experience he could be
one of the leasing ends of the stagefrrgtlyaar,
lghedwarvts ts be. - , ,
The most flexible individual on the squad. Hef
could always be thrown into the breach on?
short notice, His line backing was superb in
every game. 4
Jlm was steady at his tackle spot, particularly
on the offense. Handicapped by a bank injury
'ln the latter part of the season, he neverthe-
less played his share of the time and shawerl
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Not used toe much on Friday nights, but saw
a large amount of service in dally workouts,
Gave the first string the necessary competi-
tion to bring them up to the required pre-
Came along last the latter hall of the season.
lf Lou had another year nothing could keep
him from being a regular.
' oicic aus:--cenief
Trading off with Sliafl, Dick proved lilmaelf
A :Acx scuwziszn--sua
A hard worker al all times. Jack always used
A fine offensive center. Despite the fact that
lie handled ei wet ball in almost every gamef
his pass was always good, This was an im-
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Cciiiiiiig directly from the sopnoiiiore Squad,
Bob maiiaged io liricl rziiiisell ai slarliiig berth
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liiio offensive and defensive play lliroughout
A' Nwaich charm" guard who didifz allow size
to interfere with his prcigreas,
trouble in all af their qamese
Operating at the key fuiiriing position, he
was able to consistently eat up yardage which
Kem the Dodger machine going forward. His
kicking and passing aided materially in the
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of four previous defeats at the hands of Dodger squads, unleashed them-
selves in a gale of fury, trouncing the Red and Black 26-6.
FORT DODGE 14-EAST DES MOINES 6. The Scarlet and Black
from East Des Moines invaded Fort Dodge and scurried back home after
a 14-6 defeat by the Dodgers. The game was a hard fought one all the
way, but the Lee Township boys just didn't have enough to turn the table
on the Dodgers who were striving to get back in the win column. This
victory gave the Dodgers a conference record of two wins, one loss, and
FORT DODGE 20-R. DES MOINES 12. On their last trip on the
road the Dodgers were to meet Roosevelt High of Des Moines at Drake
Stadium. After the uRoughriders" had given them some uneasy moments
in the first half, Ollie Buckner shook loose on two beautiful touchdown
runs in the final half, to put the game on ice for the Dodgers. The
offensive blocking of the Dodgers, particularly on these plays, was out-
FORT DODGE 13-MASON CITY 6. The Red and Black came
out to meet Mason City in their final Big Seven Conference game. Al-
though they did not play to their capacity, they nevertheless performed
like a championship team that was determined to grab a share of the con-
ference title. They did and in doing so wound up their conference play
with a record of 4 wins, one loss, and one tie. Result: Co-conference
FORT DODGE 32-SIOUX FALLS, S. D. 26. The Dodgers wrote
a successful finis to the '46 season by outscoring Sioux Falls. It was as
wild a scoring exhibition as Dodger fans have seen in a good many years.
The Dodgers looked like they had the game on ice at half time. During the
second half it was a different story and the boys from South Dakota started
a mighty rally that just fell short of catching the Dodgers.
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Bottom row, left to right: Jim Fitrh, Chuck Neal, Delbert Walker.
Coach Hughes Coach Goodman
antlm left to right: Don T.e::le1', Dean Knutson, Bill Fox, George limvtivn. Merril Leffler, Coach Goodman. Kneeling lef o
ll lit bi int lihiuehart, liolm livers, Diek NVolil, Harold Janssen, Chueli Neal, Delbert w'2llli8I', Jim Fitch.
The Dodgers started the season under the guidance of a new and most capable mentor,
Connie Goodman. ln their first game they met defeat from the fury of the 'QLittle
Cyelonesl' of Ames. On the next lfriday they met North Des Moines, and looking
greatly improved, nevertheless, dropped a heartbrealier 33 to 31. Xvold hit eleven points
for the Dodgers and Yan llorn dropped in eight for the Polar Bears. ln their next two
games the Dodgers played topnoteh ball by breezing by East Des Moines 40-37, and out-
smarting Rooseveltis Roughriders 48 to 41. ln the liast game W'old hit for 19 and Jans-
sen 13 to top the Dodger scorers. Against the Q'Teds" from Roosevelt, the Dodger scoring
machine functioned the best it had all year. Neal garnered 14, leffler 10, Janssen 9, and
Wold 7. Saathoff and Ceadarstrom paced Roosevelt with 16 and 15 respectively. During
the Christmas Holidays the Red and Black played W'aterloo where they first met West's
powerful W'ahawks. West rolled over the Dodgers 43-29. The following evening found
the Dodgers pitted against the Trojans from East High of Waterloo. The Dodgers romped
to a 35-21 vietory. The next weekend found the Dodgers at Mason City, and when the
hnal gun sounded the Mohaxvlss led 38 to 24, with Woltl's eleven points topping the
Dodger seoring. The Dodgers, next game was with their traditional foe, Boone. Paeed
by Merrill Lefller, with 11 points, the Dodgers pounded out a 30-25 Victory' over the
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Frunl rmv. luft tu right: Ihzm Knutwnrlx, Hzxrulxl J:1uss1-rm. Merrill Imffln-1', .lim I"iU'h, Chuck Neill, Dirk WVul1l. Sm-cond row, left, to
riuht: S.M. Lou l'r'ay, Grunt lihim-hart, Dun T.e51lwr. th-once I.:1wtun, llclhurt Wzxlker, Bill Fox, Hob Bc-1-rs, Coavh Goodman.
'fhirrl YUXY1 Bub VS'1'ig:ht, I-ful Swveuy, Bulb Htzel, Dnylv Ankrum, Arxlu Iluuglhiy.
A steady ball player, good on defense-
plriyed best ball the last three weeks of
the season-was n consistent scorer.
Played Forward, Guard, and Hnally fin-
ished playing Center - a good rebounder
even though lic was short for I1 center.
DICK WOLD, Captain
Scored most points on the team, a good
dribbler-played regular for two years.
A good rebound man-was just finding
his stride when ordered out with an in-
jury, a big loss to the club,
A good fighter, worked hard and always
willing to help out in any Spot.
A good rcbounderfone of the best shots
on the team.
A good dependable guard, iots of spirit
-drove hard for baskets-played best
against Roosevelt, scored 16 points.
A good shot and ball handler-Played
his best game against Webster City in
finals of district.
Pla 'ed best 'mme at East Des Moines-.i
good "tip in" nun-back for one mort
Dependable, tried hard-his height cami.
in handy-an asset to any squad.
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The next week found the Dodgers once again on their home
floor, hosts to the Webster City Lynx. A terrific Lynx rally in
the second half allowed them to slip by the Red and Black 26-24.
Leffler topped the scoring with 10 points. West Waterloo came to
town and once again the Dodgers were defeated by them. On the
following evening the Dodgers showed evenly distributed scoring
power in taking the measure of the Trojans from East Waterloo
31-29. Fitch hit for 8. Neal 8, Wold 7, and Walker S. ln the next
game the Webster City Lynx turned on a terrihc last quarter rally
to turn back the Dodgers 37-34. The Red and Black were paced by
Leiller and Wold with 13 points each. For their next game the
Dodgers were in the North Des Moines gym. The Polar Bears won
51 to 36. Lefller and Janssen topped the Dodgers with 16 and 11
respectively. The next game was with Mason City and the Dodgers
could not stop the fury of the Mohawks, with the iinal score 39-27.
ln the next game the Dodgers were in the Capital city, this time as
guests of East and Roosevelt High. ln the hrst game the Dodgers
V outsmarted East 38-32 but fell beneath Roosevelt in the second game.
The next game found the Dodgers on their home floor pitted against
the Boone Toreadors in their last game of the regular season. The
scoring was close during the entire game but the Toreadors won out 27 to 23.
The Dodgers entered the District Tournament at Humboldt as a decided darkhorse. ln their first game
they showed scoring power by downing Manson 42-37. A highlight of the game was the shooting of
Walker. Taking only four shots he hit on three of them. Wold lcd the scorers with 10. The real thrill of
the tournament for the Dodger fans was the breaking of the Webster City jinx. Paced by Leffler with 10
points the Dodgers outplayed the Lynx 34 to 31. The highlight of this game was the beautiful long shoot-
ing of Neal and Knutson. ln the Sub-State at Carroll the Dodgers were paired with Boone. lt was a terrific
battle all the way but Boone emerged with a 44-42 victory. With just a little luck the Dodgers might have
won and gone on to the finals. By the end of the season the Dodgers were a potential foe for any ball
team in the state.
First row, left to right: Elwood Johnson, Harry Kilipi-r, Clark Johnson, liob lieeh, Waldo Lindburgr, liob Rich, Bob Rankin, Bob
Etzel. Second row, left to right: Coach Hughes, Dick Dillman, Bob Jordison, Bob Nelson, Leo Millea, l"r:1nk Kendall, Bob Ander-
son. Charles Smith, Bob Swan, Lloyd Clevcn, liill Heil:-man, John Thomas, Bill Swan. Third row. left to right: John Stewart,
Gordon Green, Larry Wiewel, Norman Ganmer, Bill Fellows, Dick Sampson, Bill Winston, Howard Olson, Willie Zuek 1Student
Manallery, Roy Dillon, Bruce Smiley.
First Team. Seated, left to right: Johnny Harrison, Dick Cibert, Bill Briylfhi, Roy Hutchinson, Bob Strom,
Perry West, Lyle Schuh, Marvin Cervene. Standing, left to right: Carlo Maeek, Duane Johnson, Don Lloyd,
Lloyd Harvey, Earl Hudson, Richard Burkholder, Coach Duea.
The Fort Dodge Wrestling team got the season under way in fine style by taking top
honors at the Eagle Grove Invitational. Sparked by the return of eight regulars the squad
went ahead to score an impressive record for the year. Although hampered by injuries and
tough breaks the boys always managed to find a place among the winners.
Piling up a record of five wins against three losses in dual competition the team com-
pleted one of the most successful seasons in recent years. Highlight of the year came in
the mid-season defeat of West Waterloo, state champions of 1946. Coach Duea will lose
seven of the first string men through graduation. Those of us who have seen the B-Squad
in action know that they will step in and H11 the vacancies in great shape.
Eagle Grove Invitational 77 .7 First Place
East Waterloo 714 19
Eagle Grove 7 7 7777724 16
North Des Moines 7 7 77 34 6
West Waterloo777777 7 19 17
Eagle Grove 7 ,7 727 11
Council Bluffs QT.J.j 77 714 22
Mason City 77 77 26 8
Clarion 77 7777714 20
Big 7 Tournament 7 Second
District 7 777777Second
State 77 7777 Sixth
Bob Siddvns, Kenneth Sehmoker, Student Assistants Coach Duea Bob Meyer, Student Manager
There are, in junior High, some potential
wrestlers who, but for Fox, might not
have gotten started. We owe him ll vote
First year out for wrestling, and on the
hrst team. Dick learns fast and should do
great things next season.
Bob improved all through the season and
hit his prime in the District. He will be
21 good man next semester.
Dick was 21 boy who went best under pres-
sure. His best matches were against the
toughest men. Second in Big Seven, sec-
ond in District, second in State.
Sometimes I think he wanted to wrestle
more than anything elseg sometimes I
donlt think he cared, but when the chips
were down he came through. Perry went
to the State.
,Iohn was the most consistent trainer on
the team. He was injured in the District
meet, but came through with .1 first.
Tommy didnlt have much in the way of
natural ability, and everything he learned
he learned the hard way. Third in Big
A scrapper and a game boy, should be a
power house next year.
Herb was 9. boy who had very little ex-
perience, but 11 willing mind and back,
and Il fighting heart. He would have gone
great guns next season.
Marvin was the jolxer of the squad but he
was Ll boy with a lot of ability. His record
shows that. First in Big Seven, first in
District, second in State.
Lyle was another hard worker who didn't
get the breaks he deserved. He was beaten
for second place in the District, so didnlt
get a chance to go to the State.
Uon's competitive spirit was his main
asset. He did his best and angels enn do
First row, left to right: Milton Cartee, Bob Sterns, Richard Brown, Elbert Fox, Herb Holrlen, Terry Malone, John Jondle, Loran
Olsen, Robert Ebersole, hon Nelson, Tom Lynch, Dean Clabauyzh. Second row, left to right: Coach Duea, Bob Siddens, Carlo
Maeek, John Harrison, Dick Cibert, Bill Brigzhi, Roy Hutchinson, Bob Strom, Perry West, Lyle Schuh, Marvin Cervene, Richard
Burkholder, Phillip Haring. Third row, left to riirht: Bob Meyer, Kenneth Erie, Melvin Pet-cl, Eugene Hay, Duane Johnson, Don
Lloyd, Lloyd Harvey, Earl Hudson, Sam Camamo. Renardo Bianchi, John Holt, Kenneth Sehmoker. Fourth row, left to right:
James Ellstrom, Fred Carter, Bob Armbruster, Glen Knutson, Don Block, Ernest Rabbit, Maurice Anderson, John Hamilton, Carl
Hayungs, Bob Nerhus, Duane Brown, Ed Hyaek, Franklin Holm, James Foster.
Lloyd fought for everything he got, but
he deserved more.
' ROY HUTCHINSON
Hutch fought hardest when the team
needed the points. He was a valuable asset
to the team.
Bill showed what he could do against men
of his own weight. lt's too bad he didn't
have a full year.
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Bob Brown, 1946 State High Hurdles
Action in the 1946 Big Seven Meet.
1947 Track Schedule
Triangular Meet CEagle Grove-Webster
Valley Relays at West Des Moines
Triangular Meet QHumboldt-Sac Cityj
Teachers Relays at Cedar Falls
April 25-26-Drake Relays at Des Moines
May 2-Sac City Relays at Sac City
May 10-District Meet at Fort Dodge
May 16 or 17-Big Seven Meet at Mason City
May 24--State Finals
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The 1946 Dodger cindermen, though off to a
slow start, came back fast in the latter part of the
VQHSUH, to Cilffy 0lT 11111115 lflUrClS. Tlley started Off
the season by winning a triangular meet, but then
failed to plnee in the Valley, Teachers, or Drake
meets. Gross placed second in the discus at Drake
and set a new record in the same event at Teachers,
tossing it 138.8 feet.
At Sac City the Dodgers showed their first
promise by walking off with the meet and winning three out of Five relays, with a new record in the 440. Gross won both the
discus and shot, setting a new discus record. In the District meet the Dodgers placed second to the Ames powerhouse, garnering
73.6 points to the Little Cyclones' 1085. Gross Won both the discus and shot, Brown the 120-yard high hurdles, and Eide the
220-yard dash. The next week found 240 athletes competing in the Big Seven Meet. Nine records fell with Ollie Buckner setting
a new record in the 200-5 ard low hurdles. The Dodgers wound up the season by traveling to the state meet with men entered in
one-half the events. The big surprise of the day was Bob Brown who ran the hurdles in 15.4 second to become the 1946 state
champion in the high hurdles.
Bottom row: Dick Mann, Roy Rork, Paul Smith, Loran Olson, Bill Tracy, John Thomas, Harley Wertz,
Marvin Rumme, Lyle Crouse, Don Hensley, Bill Swan, Jim Reed, Fred Carter, Bob Swan, Second row: Bob
Jurdison, Jack Sehwieyrer, Dick Ellis, VVayne l-Ivanson, Bob Kirkberg, Joe Sanders, Tom l'c-ddieord, Dean
Knutson, Doyle Ankrum, Herb Holden, Ollie Buckner, Harold Janssen, Merril Leffler, Roy Hutchinson, Bob
Brown, Eldon Hovey, Perry VVest 4Student Manairerl. Third row: Coach Raker, Melvin Droege, Austin
Hogan, Gerald Chinuren, Gene Hay, Karl Bureh, VVillie Zuek. Harry Kiliper, Clark Johnson, lloh Wright.
Gene Marehi, Gordon Green, Bob libersole, Roy Dillion, Bob Brainercl, Jim McCoy, Jael-t Stewart, Jim Fitch,
Coach Duea. Top row: Bob Meyer, Bruce Smiley, Chuck Smith, Don Seltz, Norman Gaumer, Bill Yvinston.
Dick Sampson. Ed Howard, Dan Berry, Ed Carter. John Hamilton. Ralph Anderson, Jim Gross, Sam Cam-
amo, Duane Johnson, Jerry Blomberg.
Dodgers' leading batter.
Coach confers with lettermen.
Baseball Schedule 19447
at Fort Dodge
., at Dayton
April 11-Manson .,,.,,, at Manson
April 15-Pomeroym, . at Fort Dodge
April 17--Dayton ,,,,,,, at Fort Dodge
April 22-Pomeroy , , ,,,, ,,,, 7 at Pomeroy
April 25-Eagle Grove , ,,,,,,,, at Eagle Grove
April 29-Manson ,,,,,,,,,,,,,e e,,.,,. a t Fort Dodge
May 3 - S -6-Sectional
May 10- 1 2-1 3-District
May 19-20-21-State ,,,,,,,,.,,,..,.,,,,,,,,,,,
at Mason City
May 24-Big Seven ,,,..,,,,, , at Des Moines fRooseveltj
With the coming of spring in 1946 the call for baseball went out with S4 Dodgers answering. Opening the season against
Eagle Grove the Red and Black came home with an 11-6 victory. The Dodgers took to the road for their next game, this time
dropping a 7-S decision to Webster City, but in their next encounter with Manson they won a 9-7 decision. Next they dropped
a 7-4 decision to Eagle Grove, but breezed by Manson 3-0 as a result of Fevold's home run with two on base. In their next game
the Red and Black downed Lehigh 1-0, behind the one-hit pitching of Mericle. The Dodgers met Webster City again and lost 7
to 4, but wound up the season with an 11 to 4 victory over Dayton.
The Dodgers opened play in the sectional tournament by downing Corpus Christi of Fort Dodge 6-0, moved into the scond
round and completely drubbed St. Joe of Bode 14 to 1, and went on to win the tournament with a 6-4 decision over Gilmore
City. In the District the Dodgers just didn't have it and were dropped from play by Dayton, a team previously beaten 11-4.
Bottom row: Jack Etzel, Bob Rankin, Keith Anderson, Tom Thompson. Second row: Jerry
Shaffer, Dick Fevold, Bill Fox, Bob Anderson, Dick Wold, Lyle Schuh, Bob Etzel, Bob Beers,
Coach McKinstry, Athletic Director Forrest Marquis. Third row: Jock Lockry, Kendall Pieper,
Pete Beukelman, Milo Lunn, Vernon Person, George Lawton, Larry Wiewel, Frank Burton, El-
wood Johnston, Student Manager Darrel Folvag, Joe Moore. Fourth row: Charles Bougard, Jim
Butler, Bob Johnston, Delbert Walker, Jim Fox, Bob Davis, Bob Rich, Dick Jondle, Ernest Mori,
Bill Fellows, Edgar Brown.
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This Spring the call for tennis was issued and
Coach Bath had eight men reporting. XVith a
nucleus of three from last year,s team, Jack
Xvalrod, Doug XVhiting, and Gene Rathermel,
the netsters should really go this year. During
the 1946 season they dropped two dual meets,
one to Ames 8-0, and the other to Mason City
6-0. In the Big Seven Meet, Mason City was
first with 13, West Wglterloo had 10, North
Des Moines 8, while the Dodgers placed fourth
l.eftfl'ront row: Hob lfbersole, Gene liathermel,
Doug Xyhiting, Hub Manning. Back row: Duane
Wood, Bill Coy, Dick Headlee, ,lack XY'alrml,
Riglit-.lack Vfalrod, Doug Xvliiting, Gene
Rathermel, Conch Bath.
Back row: Arlo Doughty, Bob Etlel Dick
Wold, Charles Grall, Diek Fevolzl. Front ron Du me
Brown, Bob Elrersole, Dick Sampson, Bob Armbruster'
BOTTOM LEFT Bank row: Frank Burton, Don Whit
ing, Lloyd Hun-son. Front row: Dirk Htxdlu Bruce
Rogers, Clayton Johnston, Bob Davis.
TOP RIGHT -Harry Kiliper, Kenny Schmidt Dougllx
LOAi HE? Wright and Plppeit
This year the intramural program was once again
highly successful. Under the direction of Mr. Wright
and Mr. Pippett, Competition was held in basketball,
Wrestling, and swimming. All three proved to be very
popular with the boys, and each had a large turnout,
Pictured at top left are the mat champs, at the bot-
tom, the winning basketball team and at the top
right, the swimming Champs.
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Physical fitness is the goal
of every girl under the
supervision of Miss Nordman
and Miss Moss who plan a
program including a
variety of activities.
Let's get on the ball! Hold tight!
Hiking and Fieldball are the beginning
events. Following this is the deck tennis
tournamentg singles and doubles. The
sophomore B's have ll round robin tourna-
ment of their own.
In December everyone turns their atten-
tion to Volleyball. Next teams are lined
up for Basketball season which is during
January and February.
This way girls. Good form, Livonne.
Practice makes perfect. Co-ordination.
During March. April and May a young girlls fancy turns to Ping Pong
and Badminton-singles and doubles. Elimination matches are laeld. The
Victor must win two out of tliree games. We.1tlier permitting, Softball
becomes a popular activity witli many girls. Hiking is resumed. after
the winter months. In May, Life Savers are given an opportunity to pass
Junior and Senior tests.
Joan and Betty-XVinners. Helen and Arlene-Champs.
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Inez Snuelve, lola WICITY,
Loretta Smith, Louise Hib-
hab, Delores Kallnnsrud.
Marv Phillips, Neoma Fish-
el. CNot in pieturej Helen
Zucli and Gwen Peterson.
EARN A LETTER!
To receive the 200 pofnts required for
.1 letter at least 50 points must be
earned in team sports, 25 points in
imlivnlunl activities, and 10 points in
skill tests. These points enrrv over from
year to yeir.
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Dean Ray Berrier, President klohn Martin, Secretary Dorothy Dodgen,
Vice President Jack Poisnick of the Student Council.
The modern age we are fortunate enough to be a
part of demands that men and women have an under-
standing of current affairs and an ability in problem-
solving in the present political and economic social
world. It looks to the colleges to develop young
graduates who have a cultural background that will
enable them to contribute to the richness of com-
munity, state and national life. College students must
also be trained to successfully perform the duties of
a chosen profession. This is the challenge of higher
The Fort Dodge Junior College Student Council
was organized at the beginning of the school year
with the ultimate objective of bringing all students
and members of the faculty into relations of mutual
assistance and co-operation in the affairs of college
I Wish to express my appreciation to the members
of the Council and to our faculty advisor, Dean
Berrier. for their leadership which has made our task
enjoyable and our endeavors successful.
qlflflll Alzlffill, President
STUDENT COUNCIL MICMISICRS-f liztek row: Sol Ashkenaze, Karl Johnson. Joi- llill lboiluen, Howziril Libbey, John Dorlflen, John
Martin, Bill Armstromz. Bud Cooper. Second row: Kenny lirzike, llill Hvzullee. John liuflgzllo, Gordon f'ziv:1na11L1h, Jnrk Poisniek.
ob Spillmzin, Harold Arkoff. 'l'hix'1l row: Dorothy Dorlgen, Lyzill Boller, Joan llziyanuixgrh, liex' Holmstrom. Hr-lon Conilon, Helen
Isaacson. Not in pieture, Norma Jeanne Hr-ncllee. Dick Cervr-ne. Tom Holm.
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lrront row: Iwvrina Hvasllr-0. vim'-pi'esimleni3 lic-vt-l'ly Sliiiwlm-x'ant, svr1'c-tziry.
Sealed: Maurire Quinlan. lrezxsurerg Miss Ethel Shannon, advisor: Juan Cavanaugh, pi'e-ziile-nt.
SAPS-llunior College Sorority
Sigma Alpha Phi began its year's activities by initiating girls in an
impressive candlelight service. A purely social group for Junior College
girls, the SAPS' first activity was a tea given for the Women of the
faculty. This was followed by a Christmas party at which the faculty
men were guests, a theater party, a bowling party, and a Valentine dance.
The year's activities were climaxed by the annual Mother-Daughter tea.
SAP lVlEMl5l-IRSW First row: Elaine liekt-rman. Pauline Hahhaln, Shirlee Nellis, Mary Ann lfeelhaver, Juan Cavanauyzh, Charlotte
Halle, llarliara. Lee, Jodie Breekenriilgre. St-euml row: Gwen Babbitt. Shirley Anderson, Mary Vee Hanrahan, Vat McGuire. Grace
Nash, Jeanne Ulish, llnrnthy 0'lJnnnt-ll, Marilyn Shaeffer, l.yal, Butler, Ya-ra .In l'llCli4'Cf,. Dorothy Dmlgen. Third row: Phyllis
Carlwell, Rita Dryzinski, Lonzxnna Fleskes, Norma An4lt-rsnn, Barbara Gratke, Gwen Loi-hr, Donna Fletcher, VVancla Hieke, Evelyn
Mix, Joan Ruebel. Mary Alice Halverson, VVanda Lou Edwards. l'lUlll'il1 row: Shirlee Onpel, Maurice Quinlan, Kathryn Kearns,
Janet Parris, Pesrtry Graff, Helen Heitner, Ann lleppe,
l lnttom row: Helen lsaizieson. Shirley 'l'honip4on, Va! liuyer. Glwrizl l41'our.. liarlmru law. Ann lkvppi-. l.v:1ll lintb-r. Mary Ali-w
ilu-rson, .lnuvl l'm'ris. Nlflly Vw' Hanrzihziu. Shirlvv Oppel, Gwen linbbirf. l':1ulinv Hahhzib. Sewind rim: fNlm'u:1ret XYilliz1rns
irb-3' Rule. Dmwnliy llorlvvrv. .leziiine l'lish. lil-tty liiriu, 'll-ssiv lmppzis. Nziney l'il4'her, NlIll'5 .Min lfw-llxzixm-r', Viviun Jwnsn-ri.
X ru 'lui l'iu-lull. Shirliw- Xvllis, lietvy llzziwwit. lim-lin Blix. lil-tty Nirhols. Thiril roxv: Phyllis Vznilxm-Il. Mary fob-rnan. Nlzxxiriu
l Quinlan. VV:1nnln l,-in l'Iclxv:ir4ls. John Nlzlrtiul John llmluw-ii. Marion f":nrr. l.oi1ii- lh-iss:-r. ,luwli N14-lvinsiry, .lzxvlv Voisniwlt, lin-len
lviinir. llfvroiliy H'llonl'ell, l!:n'lu:n'a Hrzztlw. firmer- Nash.. lfonrlh 1-out XX':ibni XX'iili-ll. Sol A-lilseluzim-. Dale Vovhrzm, l'zinl Nyfley-
l lr. lrxvnno Nliwlu-lson, Karl .lobnson, lion .lensl-n, limb linrns, Daryl lizislcrl Ven- NYzllriul, liob l'lsinil, Fhi-1 llnnu.-n. Nlvmlur-
I in pivliiri-: .loo liill lhwiuen. NYzlrri-ri Stnnip, Dennis .l-ihnsnn. Hob llzllbzn-hi Ulixo Willii. liivlt f'vv'uviv. N-irnizx llf-:ullvm-, liob
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The TC. Chorus rliis year is one of the largest and linest the llunior
College has ever had. Under the direction of Mr. Harhaway the organi-
zation made several successful appearances. The Chorus was the hackhone
of the Variety Show. A festival was held at Drake University in which
the Chorus participated. One of the feature events was the annual spring
tour. The chorus was one of the highlights in musical entertainment at
the North Central District Teachers meeting.
V'wl?li5 LFYIQEQQS' bo! Aslvksneazsi Pwsiilf-ri" Dmmiiwy Dodqen Nice Pesioeiii'
M , F iii, J ' K 5511: Te- e Kziar, 3- Stow' 'y.
College Tour Progrzun
"Holy: Holy. Holy" arf. Svnif
Soloist, xleanne Ulish
"Onward Christian Soldiers" flrr. Riffgzmld
"Qld Man Riveru, , , Il'I'!7I7lt'Kt'lA17
Soloist, XVarren Stump
"Night Has .1 Thousand lives" , t11'i'.Cfoif1
"XVere You There" ,1IVl'. Sinzmzzc'
Soloist. Dennis johnson
Back row: Bob Ulstzxd, Joe Harrington, Deane Amo, Joe Cooper, Dale Cochran, Keith Carlson, Fred Crouse,
Fiwanm- Mickelson. Clarence liabeoek, Rex Brooks, Rozer Brown, Marion Carr. Front row: Bob Spillman.
Mary Ann Feelhaver, Richard Brooks, Shirley Thonxpson, Dean Livhtenberfz. Mary Alice Halverson.
lunior College Musicians and Vocalists
The musicians helped inalie this year's band bigger and better than ever. The
returning veterans as well as lgist yearls graduates enabled the band to have more complete
instrumentation. The skill and experience of junior college students in the band provided
leadership for the younger members of the band. Lust fall, a ALC. brass sextet was organ-
ized whieh served as Cl pep band for assemblies. Many of the instrumentulists were in the
LC. swing band, Z1 feature of the Variety show, "The Panther Prowlsf' A few musicians
were in the high school orchestra to aid in some sections.
The mixed musical group were select members of the chorus. This group sang when
it was not feasible for the whole chorus to appear. Their repertoire included "lt,s Spring'
arranged by Ringwold, "Yanks 'n' Tnnlmu by A. Dnrgoinijsliy, and "The Peasant and
His Oxenu by Smith and Aschenbrenner. Several successful uppearniices were made both
in and out of town.
liuck row: Jack l'oisniL'k. Jack MeKinst1'y John
Doflem-n. lion Jenson, Front row: Jeanna- Ui
ilprotliy Dmleen, Anne Ilvmwc. Lyzill Butler. Nunn
l'ileh:'x', lrivrlyn Mix.
Colleffe Tour Pro ram
Comm, Thru the life" ,
Dry Bones" ,,
Victor Herbert Medley",
Remember Our Songs"
Now We Sing Thy Priii
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Wlfen Little llindliansw
Rogers , Louis Beisser
Mrs. Rogers , Joan Ruebel
Fred Narracott , lloward Libbey
Vera Claythorne Peggy Groff
Philip Lombard , Dick Johnston
Anthony Marston Robert Ulstad
W'illiam Blore , Jack Everett
General MacKenzie Dwane Mickelson
Emily Brent , , Gwen Babbitt
Sir Lawrence W'argrave ,,Dick Smith
Dr. Armstrong ,Marion Carr
The old nursery rhyme, "Ten Little Indiansf, be-
came the sinister pattern for murder in the play
presented November 22. The story is of ten people
who spend a weekend in a lonely mansion on a tiny
island off the coast of England. The audience watched
breathlessly as one by one, the guests were murdered.
The fact that eaeh had caused the death of someone
in the past made all of them suspects to the crimes
being committed. Tense drama, building to a thrill-
ing climax made this play exeitingly different, and
the superb acting of the east made this production
the most outstanding of the year.
Standing: Iizirbara Gratke, Mary Vee Hanrahan, Gwen Babbitt, Joan Ruebel.
Seated: Dick Johnston, Dwzme Mickelson, Jack Everett, Louie licisser, Marion
Curr, Herschel Linncy.
Panther Players-New ll. C, Dramatic Group
Mr. XVaterman, the dramatics director, started this organization to encourage junior
college dramatics activities. Any ALC. student who is interested in dramntics may belong.
The clubis main efforts are the J.C. play in the fall, and the Variety show in the
spring. The Variety show is 21 new production of the music and drnmatics departments,
with the cooperation of the college student body. The Variety show, named "The Panther
Prowls," includes 21 dancing and singing chorus, n short skit, Ll one-act play, several spot
acts, and n J.C. swing band.
The J.C. student directors directed and supervised the production of the four one-net
plays given by the high school students. The direction and supervision of high school
drnmatics, working with Mr. XVater1nan, is an important function of the club.
OFIPICICRS Standing: Mr. xV2il6i'IYlllllI DYN'11llE Mickelson, Vice-President. Seated: Dick Smith, President: Mary Alice Halverson
Sueretziry. STUDENT DIRE C'l'URSf Dick Smith, Marion Carr, Gwen Babbitt. Juek Everett
Iifliffzz'-ill-Cfaief ,,,,, ,,,,, , H Bill Algood
Ifffiforx , joan Ruebel, Harold Arkon
Sjmrfx E!I,iIl0l' , , , Bill Armstrong
R4'!i0I'flfl'.V Bill Bahls, Gordon Cavanaugh, Mary
Coleman, Bob Gramenz, Sylvia Wilson, Warreim
Kelly, Bonnie Scoles.
Witli a much larger and more active Junior College
making bigger and better news for them to report,
the College Campus staff with their talent, originality,
and Miss Sharoxfs guiding Cand sometimes pushingj
hand, made their section of the Little Dodger the
pride and joy of j.C. To add to the effectiveness of
the paper, new layouts, features, and columns fOver
the Plasmnj were used. The College Campus staff
also published the first issue of the new state junior
college paper, "The JC-ing Eyef, The College Cam-
pus staff lived up to its motto, "All the news for
Ifififm' 7 7 Gordon Cavanaugh
Blfxillvxv llfllIlHlxQt'l' 7 7 77 Art Hoeflin
flvlizifivx 77 Jodi Breckenridge, Dwane Mickelson
Classes 77 7 7 7Norma Headlee
Pullffwi' Lift' 7 7 Mary Alice Halverson
Aflzlvfifs 7 7 7 Dean Lichtenberg
The foremost cry of the College Dodger staff when
it began work last fall was, "We want more pagesln
We even tried to steal from the high school section in
our quest for more space, and finally we went to work
on our twenty-four pages. Art took over supervising
the sales and even succeeded in getting the girls of the
staff to risk their lives for one hour a week while they
sold stamps in the Panther Room. The risk was well
worthwhile, for we sold 200 books. Students were
slow to answer our call for hi-life pictures till we
asked the proud papas of J.C. for pictures of their
families. Then the office was Hooded with pictures of
toddlers from a few months to a few years old. Jim
was everywhere at once taking pictures of Panther
life, Gordy was making out the dummy, and, as the
deadline drew near, Mr. Culver all but chained the
staff to the walls to get the copy written. Along with
all the toil and trouble, we had a lot of fun, and now
the section is completed. We hope you like it.
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Clockwisez Sol Ashkenaze, Liberal Arts, Carl
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, . Bahls, Business Administration, Hubert Car-
roll, Horticulture' Mar Coleman Commer-
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cial, Fred Cooper, pre-Medical, Frank Gross,
Engineering, Dick Hanson, pre-Law, Dick
Johnston, Liberal Arts, Tom Keenan, En-
gineering. Not in picture: Don Benson,
Business Administration, Harry Bryson, pre-
Medical, Lloyd Hambleton, Business Admin-
J. C. INSTRUCTORS-Ray Berrier, Speech, Ruth Goodrich, English, Kenneth Water-
man, Speech, Helen Wood, English, Carrie Longfellow, French and Spanish, Ingeborg
Highland, American History, Dave Tripp, Economics, Bernice Bernatz, Mathematics,
Ethel Shannon, Mathematics, Dora Tellier, Mathematics, Dorthea Boeke, Typing, Forrest
Marquis, Physical Education, and Eltha Gross, Veterans' Administrator.
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Clockwisez John Martin, pre-Medical, Eve-
' lyn Mix, Liberal Arts, Betty Nichols, Liberal
Arts, Joe Ritts, Journalism, Carl Russell,
Engineering, Robert Ryno, Engineering,
' Richard Smith, Education, Don Weishaar, .
, Engineering, Gerald Oleson, pre-Law. Not '
f in picture: Richard Kaveny, Liberal Arts, il'
ff m ,V.,. Eugene McDermott, Dental, Wallace Win-
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J. C. INSTRUCTORS-Howard Bath, Biology, Margaret Peterson, Biology, Elvin
Chapman, Physics and Chemistry, Stanley Teachout, Chemistry, Clair Culver, Biology,
Margaret Elom, Shorthand and Economic Geography, Charles Rich, Accounting, J. A.
McKinstry, Drafting, Clayton Hathaway, Chorus, V. V. Hemphill, Orchestra, Harriette
MacMullan, Librarian, Florence Nordman, Physical Education.
First row: Lyall Butler. Norma Anderson, Gwen Babbitt, Helen liuthe. Evelyn BL-lmer. Sem-mid rnw: Phyllis Cadwell, Shirley
Amis-rson, Betty Burnett., Judi lireulcinrirlirv. Third row: Bob Arlmff, Sul Ashkenaze, Bob Braden, Ril-hard Anderson, Bill Al-
groud. Bernard Brennan. Fourth row: Clarence Babcock, L1-Roy Anderson. liuxrer Brown, Bill Beers, Kenny Brake, Louie lirighi.
Hill Armstromr. Carl Hahls. Tan: row: Herbert liohannon, Earl Bittner, Louie BL-isser, Daryl Basler, Bfxb Burns. Harold Arkoff,
First row: Jane Christiansnn, Joan i'avanan1:h, l'c-gay Challis-rg. Anne Deppe, Helun Cunclun, Seeoml row: Betty Chesley, Doro-
thy Dickinson, Mary Coleman, Wilma Carstcns. Third row: Marion Carr, G4-urgre Constantine. Tom Dorsey, Merle Davidson, Buh
Diclu-i'sur1. Fmwth i-mv: liurl Cooper, Joe Cooper, Dale Cochran, Junior Croominist, Bill Huebsvh, Art Davis, Larry Driscoll. Trip
row: Keith Carlson, Bob Ditzenlwrgl r. Frm-ml Crouse, VValt Cripps, Bernarcl Chesley, llruc-e Clark, linb Cafferey, Maurice Castle,
William liahls, Fred liuwers.
liottom row: Florence Erie, Elaine Eckerman, Rita Dryzinski, Louanna Fleskes, Donna Fletcher. Second row: Ruby Garrett,
Mary Ann Feelhaver, Wanda Lou Edwards, Doris Farrell, Pat Dwyer. Third row: Ray Fallon, Roger Fallon, Jack Everett, Gill
Fletcher, Ray Dunn, Jack Fitzgerald. Fourth row: Maurice Enquist, R. C. Dowd, Wilmer Friesth, Jack Donahue, Bob Ernst,
John Doud, Top row: Larry Doyle, Gerald Eischeifl, Tom Estlund. Bob Gramenz, Bill Donahue, Bob Donly.
Bottom row: Mary Alice Halverson, Helen Heitner, Charlotte Halle, Helen Isaacson, Pauline Habhab, Beverly Holmstrom. See-
ond row: Peggy Groff, Barbara Gratke, Margie Hallipxan, Wanda Hieke, Mary Vee Hanrahan, Marietta Harrigan, Ilene Jacob-
sen. Third row: Don Jensen, Chet Haugen, Albert Habhab, Lloyd Hamlnleton, Art Hoeflin, Dale Hudson, Howard Groff. 'Top
row: Jack Holmquist, Lawrence Groat, Shelvy Howard, Dick Hanson, Joe Harrington. Bill Headlee.
Bottom row: Kathryn Kearns, Betty King, Vivian Jensen, Barbara Lee, Gwen Loehr, Dorothy Dodyzen, Gloria Brown.
row, Harry Bryson, Bud Kirsch, Roger Cleven, Joe Casey, Tom Dowd, Cleo Doughty. Third row: Leonard Campbell, Bob Kueh-
nast, John Ludgate, Don Johnson, Herschel Linney, Jack Blomberpr, George Casey. Top row: Warren Kelly, Leonard Kramer,
Don Lloyd. Dean Liehtenberg, Bob Kearns, Joe Kelly, Dick Johnston, Leonard Johnson, John Babcock.
Bottom row: Pat McGuire, Shirlee Nellis, Shirley Oppel, Norma Jean Heamllee, Mauriee Quinlan, Sylvia VVilson, Dorothy
nell, Tessie Pappas, Janet Parris, Grace Nash, Sec-ond row: Lyle Seve-rson, Nels Pearson, Frank Gross, Don Weishaar,
Janssen, John Nordstrom, Tom Pearson. Third row: Eugene McDermott, John Martin, Herb Tyra-ll, .lack Poisniek. Jerry
Conly Hill. Fourth row: Bud Flynn, John Tunwall. John Dodeen, Joe Bill Dofhren, Tom McMahon, Jack Mc-Kinstry.
Mickelson, Charles Powers, Harold Linn. Top row: Arnold Ewing, Bob Swanson, W'illard VVhitvonxbe. Paul Nydemzer.
Nutting, Richard MrNitt. Eddie Paap, Bob Spillman, Bob Martin, Harold Peters.
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Bottom row: Beverly Sturdvvant, Bonnie Scoles, Marilyn Shzwffer, Joan Kuebcl, Joan Smith, Vera Jo Puckett, Nan:-y l'ilchei'.
Second row: Eddie Steinhoff, Kenny Schmoker, Blune Phillips, Dick Smith, Carl Russell, Frank Sehill. Third row: Clifford Saul,
Bob Rathermel, Don Spillman, Richard Ryno, Robert Ryno, Merle Swanson. Top row: Don Ploog, Junior Shipman, Irv Robin-
son, Boli Siddens, Jim Sells, Joe Kitts, Orville Rundle.
Bottom row: Iona Wilson, Shirley Thompson, Shirley Weise, Jelnne Ulish, Margzarut Williams, Margaret Ann Welch, Margaret
Summers. S1-1-ond row: Gordon Cavanaugrh, David Van VVa51go ier, Gerald Toohey, Fred Tracy, Dick Taylor. Third row: Don
Swanson, Charles Sweeney, Bob Werdan, Kenneth Wertz, Haroll Walton. Top row: Don Yetmar, Floyd Wempe, Waldo Widell,
Edgrerly Watts, Bob Ulstad, Dean Tuel.
5 6 tw'-10!'
Don and Betty-Penny Ann Kelly
goes for a ride-Mickie meets Sioux
City Sue - Squirrely goes after 21
nut -Bud Cooper's favorite bru-
nette-Sunday strollers-Jodi dec-
orates state capitol-C.T. on KP.-
Four of the Jolly Boys-Don Loom-
cr,s future Dodgerette-Carl Rus-
sell's pride and joy-Loomefs ahead
Fck!-Triwin-Y the li hr fL'LI1f.lSKiC11J0d0Cl1
PP aw g - n
Brotlmcrs Show p1'cscnts-Bnth111g bcautyf
Ityll bc .1 tough game, mum-Girdle Gcrtics of
A Uquictv day in the library'-Willizllns
thinks one over-Chemical formula, Heads
or tails?-Careful, it might explode!-Guess
what Santa has for good little Saps?-Chet
popped a corny
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Fort Dodge ,,,,,, ,,,,, 0 . . . Worthington 6
0 . . Graceland ,,,,,7, ,,,,, 0
25 . . Luther "Bn ,, , ,,,, ,W12
12 . . Burlington , , ,,,,,,, ,12
7 . . Drake "BH .,,,,,, 6
51 . . Waldorf ,,,,,,,,, W 7
I r t row: Kenny Schmoker, Heinie Wasem, Tom Jordan, Jim Sells, Willard Whiteome, Bob Rathermel, Louie Br ghi Don Jrhn
son Second row: Coach Marquis, Bob Siddens, Irv Robinson, Bill Beers, George Constantine, Howard Libbey, Dick Taylo Bob
D rkerson, Chet Haugen, Kenny Brake, Mason Maach, Coach Goodman. Top row: Gene Joys, Dick Smith, Bill Armstr ng Cei
all Toohey, Jack Fitzgerald, Jack Everett, Bob Larson, Karl Johnson, Don Spillmau.
The Junior College,s record for the 1946 season was three wins, two
losses, and two ties, but the record cannot tell the story of each game.
Statistics will not show the fact that most of the games were played under
adverse conditions, rain, snow, cold, and everything else the weatherman
could produce. Highlight of the season from both the angle of the spec-
tator and of the coach was the game with Waldorf. With every player
outdonng hh opponent,the Panthersrohed up a 51-7 vkxoryx finother
thrilling contest was the game with Burlington, played in a mixture of
rain, snow and sleet. In the last 90 seconds, the J.C. team pushed over two
scores to tie undefeated Burlington 12-12. In its return to football, Fort
Dodge LC. fielded a team that was always "the champ" to all its students.
Coach Connie Goodman Manager Jack Fit7geralcl
6 . . Mason City ,,,,, Y
Season C. Q C.
The LC. football team started practice September 1 with 37 boys
reporting. The squad, with the exception of four boys, were all war vet-
erans and had been away from football from four to seven years. The club
was slow in rounding into shape but after losing IS pounds to the man,
they started to play good football-finishing the season with two losses,
three wins, and two ties-playing the best xl.C. competition in the state.
Twenty boys were given letters at the end of the season and the lettermen
elected Kenneth Schmoker and Bob Siddens as co-captains.
This was the first LC. football team since 1941. Coach CEOOZIIIIHIII
lfirsf row: Hill A1'nistl'ontf, Kenny Ihallw, Louie Urigrhi. Bill Beers. George Fonstnntinn-. Svvoml Vow: Holi Dickv.-Yson, Hill l"li-t4'h-
ur, Chet Hzlugzen. Don Johnson, Tom Jorrlzxn. Third row: How:-1x'4l Libbey, Mason lVInzu'h, Hob Ruthernxel, Irv Robinson, liolw
Sidelens. Fourth row: Kenny S4-hmoker, Ilon Snillmzm, Dick '1'aylox-, VVillnrzl Whiivonu-, Henry NYnseni.
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Fort Dodge Junior College played a tough sixteen game sched-
ule last year, winning 10 and losing 6. One of these losses was to
the unbeaten Iowa State "Bn team. The quality of basketball in
this section of the state was shown by the fact that three of the
four teams in the state semi-finals were from northwest Iowa.
Webster City downed the Panthers in the semi-finals in the
best game of the tournament. However, the Blue and White came
back to capture third place in state ratings and climax a success-
ful season for Fort Dodge Junior College.
SCHEDULE AND SCORE
Fort Dodge 40 . Marshalltown ,,,, 41
37 . Northwestern , ,, , 48
46 . Eagle Grove H I N43
Fort Dodge W
37 . Estherville , 7 33
5 3 . Emmetsburg E45
42 . lVIason City , ,, E49
43 . Boone , ,,,, M44
41 . Northwestern W M48
S1 . Webster City H U42
55 . Emmetsburg , U46
47 . Estherville ,,,, E42
Coach McKinstry Student Manager Jerry Eischeid
Iowa State "B"
Webster City ,
J.C. STATE BASKETBALL TOURNAMENT
Fort Dodge W 42 . Washington . ,, H 33
Front row: Bill Beers. Keith Carlson, Irv Robinson, Gene Harty, Bob Wortlzxn, Georgie Constantine. Standing:
John Nordstrom, Chuck Sweeney, Frztnk Sehill, Royrer Cleven, Daryl Iiasler.
Bottom row: Bill Beers, Henry Janssen, Frank Sehill, Irv Robinson.
Top row: John Nordstrom, Gene Harty, Chuck Sweeney, George Constant'ne.
BILL BEERS-On all-state honor roll, a fast, hard
worker who always gave his best.
HENRY JANSSEN-First team all-state forward,
a line shot and n good rebounder.
FRANK SCHILL-A clever shot who came
through in the pinches.
IRV ROBINSCN-A good guard with a lot of
JOHN NORDSTROM-Developed into a fine de-
fensive player Who worked hard all the time.
GENE HARTY-Gene did a Hne job of covering
the better forwards.
CHUCK SWEENEY-Second team all-state cen-
ter, an outstanding center when right.
GEORGE CONSTANTINE--Full of pep, on the
move all the time, a team sparkplug.
Another year--another DODGER for you. Putting out this
DODGER has taken a great deal of work and time but it's
worth it if you really like it. At times it almost seemed
as if the DODGER would never cease to be a jumble of lines,
pictures and blank pages and become the book but now
that it has, it seems worth the effort it took. I should like
to express my thanks to the following people who have
helped the staff: Mr. Culver, for being one swell advisory
to Mr. Gwynne Weston of the Waterloo Engraving and
Service Companyg to Mr. Merryman of the Messengerg
to Peterson's, Smithys and Isaacson,sg to our own photog-
rapher Jim Officerg to the cheerful, hardworking staff I
had, and to YOU for your wonderful cooperation in
helping to put out your DODGER.
A cappella ,,,,,
Art Club ..
All School Playm
Athletics fboysj ,
19117 llmlqer Index
Athletics Qgirlsj ---115-118
Baseball - tttttt . . 110-111
Basketball t,t, tttt 9 7-102
Big Dodger Staff 64-65
Board of Education... 30
Boys, Quartettes 63
Brass Sextet S6
Chorus - 62
Clarinet Quartet 57
Concert Band 52-53
Debate . 76
Dodger Players . 74
Drum Major and Majorettes 51
Football ., , 88-96
Football Queen and Attendants 49-50
French Horn Quartet W 56
Girls' Sextet 63
Girl Reserves . 77
Hi-Life ---. - 79-86
Junior Class . 38-43
Junior Class Oflicers ,
Junior College .. .-
Know Your Schools
Library ..W ,,,,,,
Little Dodger Staff- ,,,,,, ,
Make Up -. ----- ..
Marching Band .
Operetta -,,, ,-
Scenes CFort Dodgej .
Senior Class - .
Senior Class Ofhcers
Senior Play ,,,, ,,,,,,
Show Shop Qrehestra ,
Sophomore Class , . ,.
Sophomore Class Officers
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String Ensemble ..
String Quartet .
Student Council .
Swimming Qgirlsj . ,-
Tennis - .-.----. ,-
Track .. .
Trombone Quartet ,-
Trumpet Trio - .
W. . 103-107
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