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X V 'J' -x X H A ,MMS Q9 M Q C is gym ff ' 2 ll X , P7 Ny 'M js 5 331 333 if Q53 fe wfiwfv Eff V01 The Dodger Volume XXXVII Fort Dodge, Iowa EDITOR . . . . . . Harold Rhodes BUSINESS MANAGER ..... Bill Wolfe PHOTOGRAPHERS . . Maurice Widdell, Donald Seltz SENIOR SECTION . . Audrey Erickson Joan Scharf, Janice Bailey FACULTY Margaret Rodenborn, Norma Benson CLASSES . . . Nancy Beisser, Virginia Jennings ACTIVITIES . Ginger Ford, Eleanor Kuester, Reginald Shive I-II-LIFE . Mary Rutledge, Billie Abbott, Darrel Folvag GIRLS ATHLETICS . Betty Woodruff, Joan Eslinger BOYS ATHLETICS . Douglas Whiting, Earl Hudson ART .... Duane Wood, Phyllis Thelander MAKE-UP . . Marilyn McKinstry, Richard Jacobs FACULTY ADVISOR ..... C. C. Culver , Sponsored by Th e Cla ss o f Nineteen Hundred and Forty-eight Fort Dodge High School and Junior College -1... Next in importance to freedom and justice is popular education, without which neither freedom nor justice can be ermanentl maintained." P Y Iamvx A. Garfield -2- To Fred N. Cooper one of the greatest believers and teachers of freedom and democracy we, the seniors of 1948, humbly dedicate this book. -.Bi 4 A1535 "-K N 4' Q48 it 'wann- ii Boox ON 1-1 CLASS HOURS This is the Order W, v ' Q 4 A ff . ix M X Book Two ' - lS1Jl'wl-IQN HOURS 4 ll, , .-.-..-1.-.-.1 . vw.. -.,....,,..... MM......,..,., A - ...fg- mm I I V, ut A5455 Class Hours SENIORS FACULTY JUNIORS SOPHOMORES , G V, 1-'hr' w as ,il fm" dn f I K ff 1 We, the seniors of 1948, are very grateful for all our educational opportunities. Wfe realize that, with all the world strife and chaos, it is our duty, as future citi- zens, to make city, nation, and world a better place in which to live. 71111 6417! L P 0 r R e A s N i d O e 1. n S E li N jim Ifrrcu Secretary ..7- fa' -7 Y . , ' : if K9 2" ' 'gf ..f1i at ic, ui,f I ,, x W' X 1 , it SAM CAMAMO Vice-President W' .-,, I Q s,-ut. W ,gnu ia- - . an A . Y' ' WILLIAN ABBOTT "With fwfr rnougb for t'l'4'Y-j'l7lJ4lj'H ,..Littlc Dodger: Y-Teen: Paint and Pallettcg Dodger Playcrsg All School Playg Big Dodgcrg Intra- murals. LTORINNIZ ALlfXANl7lfR "Ihr afrilify ixn'I ax filly as bw 1oirr". . . Y-Teen. MAURICIZ ANDERSON "Silrm'1' it mmf rloqurul fllau u'nrrix". . . Footbzllg Wrestling: Base- ballg Trackg Bandg Intramurals. BILL ANDERSON "Fur ln"x as gnml a frllou' ax any on rurllr". . . Student Councilg Little Uodgcrg W'rcstlingg Intramurals. PEG ARMSTRONG 'Brlirrr in your ou'n abilily Io do lrig lbings"...j.C. Choir: Panther Players: Littlc Dodgcrg Y-Teeng S. A.l'.g Intramurals. ,IANICIS BAILEY "Hn lwurl ix largr for lou' for all" . . . Ficstas Sin Sicstasg Y-Teen: Band: Marching Band: Sax Quartet: Little Dndgcrg Big Dodgcrg Panther Players. Seniors of 1948 4 -3- l :- RANDALL AINSXYOR'l'l'l "W'urll1 nlukrx lfn' mall". . . Sllltllilll lluunril, Kl'l'l'H ANDLRSON Arfkllllllflflll trim' ll wry llllflllfllflfllln .wlullg ll'lIl'.ll11llI'.llN. ROl5l"li'l4 fXNlll'fRSON "I-'nr :nun IX lllllll uml Illlltffl' uf fm fully". . . lfuulbnllg ll1lI'.lIUlll'.ll's. DIQAN ANKRUM "Cowl Imzcx rm' my tlwf rurn".., Ftnmtlmllg Cilmrusg Intr.1mur.xls, l,A'l'Rlf1lA f'Xl.lw'Al:R'l'l5li "I'riunlxlnijr m tl IIIKIXIC' 1u'u1rr." llAlill.'XR.'X ll.'XlR "fl llrlftgfrfflll, flwjmlflulflr llu111u'l". . Cflmruwg Student Cuuncilg S.l'.Q.R.1 lI1ll'JI11llf.ll9. Seniors of 1948 LA VONNIQ IIIQIGHTUI. "ln lrvr fri:-mlsbip flu'n"x nollwiug in- tilll'L'l'1'u. . . Chorus: Y-Teen: Student Council: Maiorutte: Opcrctta: Imra- murals. NORMA IIIQNSON "llrr :nun rm' un-yx of plruxunlrnuf' . . . Chorus: Big Dodger: Little Dodger. IJELMAR BLANKENHAGIEN "liu'ry muu ix Ihr urvbifwl of his :urn fulurvf' IERRY liI.OMBIiRG 'Srlmol uwulrl In' vin' Iljfbllllf lamb". . . Football: Track: Basket- ball: Intramurqlls. BOB BRAINI-IRD "'I'lu' frnn' of bil nun lIll'l'lf lllllktll lvix muy". . . Football: Wrestling: Track: A cappella: Operetta. IIANIICI. IIROVVN "Nl'll'l' u run' lo worrny nn"'. . . Stu- dent Council: Intramurals. -9... NANCY BIiISSI-QR "Noi only youll, lm! goml for mlm'- fbillgn. . . Iiig Dodger: Y-Teen. Pli'I'liR BIiUKIfI.MAN "I uwlx from u rmrr of Gml'x UIYUII lpuu'x". , . Football: Basketball: Basq- ball: Wrestling: Sophomore Claus Vice-President: Intramurals. DONN BLOCK "Lvl -yuurxulf go". . . Wrestling: Bas- ketball: Football: Intramurals. DIELOR FS BOY NTON "True in uwrll aml Irm' ru rival". . . Y-Teen: Intramurals, WILLIAM BRENNEN "Hr lll'I'l'I' Jiri nothing lo Il0,70llj'.l DORIS BROWN "W'ilb u mug in my ln'url" . A cappella: Operetta: Stage Crew: Make-Up Crew. Rl' X BROWN "Yun lawn' lmru for sruzlrlbillg qwalu. . . Student Councilg Bandg Orclwstrm, Trcasurcrg A cappella, Treasurer: Opcrctta: Sophomore Class, Prciidcntg Marching Band. ROY HROWLN "I'nr :nun is man uml musifr of his - n lulr. lfl.AlNlf BUCK "All lllA'l'Y'j', ull !7cIfl,7-j' uml l1ri,xgbl." KARL BURCH "All grnlf lllt'll url' ill Mum' Jrgrm' nnpimln. . . Funtballg Baskctballg 'l'r.xcltg Chorus. HM BUTLER "'l'mluy I nm u m.m"...lSascb.ullg XY'rcstling. SAM CAMAMO "'l'In' uarlff ix ax you Iuka' if"... lfnotlmllg Wrestling: Track: Oper- cttn: Senior Clan, Vice-Prcsidcntg A cappcllng Intramurals. ,gb A Seniors of 1948 ,N ...10.. RICHARD BRONVN "Ax frirmlly as Iba' Jay ix long". .. Wrcstlingg Operettn. VONDA LOU BROWN "Turilurf1 pt-vpn ulufuyx iuxjvin' rv- xju'c'l." BETTY BUNDA "Noi tbl' kim! you furgvtf' ROBERT BURKE "I!oukx! 'Tix a :lull and vmllm xtrifz"'. . . Football. FLORENCE CACIOPPO "BlrAxr11 uillw lbul rlmrm, Ihr' rvr Iaiuly lo l7lr'rm"'. . . Y-Teen. DEAN CAMPBlfl.L "Vidar ln' will vrrr lar." BOB CAPPIQLE "No our rrurbvx u bigb xfution in lifv zriflmul during". . . Football: Intra- murals. llliVlfRl.Y CARLSON "fl frirmf is born, no! umJf"'. . . Dodger Playcrs: A cappella: Opcr- Bild: All School Play: Senior Play: LC. Play: One Act Plays: Intra- W l nl urals. IOYCIE CARRIER "HH kil1rlIll'KX m'1'n'r K'l7dfllQl'Xn. . Paint and Pallcnc: S.P.Q.R. DAVID COLLAN "Sil4'm'r ix ilu' Muflrrr of Iifllfllu. . . Wrcslling: lntnnnurals. VAROLYN CfUOl'l'lR "Sln"x ilu' kiml uf u girl u girl xlvolrlll fu"'. . . Student Council: Chn- rus: Y-Tccn. l-1l.l-'ANOR CRICXVS "Slu' ia ilu' lm-.I of lim' ou'u urlion.x" . . . Y-Tucn: Studcnt Council: At- lcmlant, Football Queen: Clnrous. Seniors of 1948 ...11.. DONNA CAREY "Who mwur xpokv ugainxl u fm"'.. Y-Teen. NORMADIEAN CARLSON "lf I bull only om' u'i.rlJ I0 nn1kr"'. . S.P.Q.R. ED CARTER 4'f:1H'l' sifx Iigblly on bix xbnulflurx' ,. . Football: Track: linskcnball: Dc- bare. NORMA ,WAN COOK "You'n' rmulr' ll :fry Jrvjr i!Ilf!I'A'.l- doll". . . Paint and Pallcttc. l5lLl. COY "His frivlnla bmi klllllt' lux frm' ll'0l'fllu. . . Football: Band: Marching Band: A cappclla: Truck: Tennis: Opcrctla: Student Council: Clwcr- lcadcr. K ATHRY N CROUCH USM' ix nmrr fair llmn unrllx run my". . . Orchestra: A cappella: Stu- dent Council: Opcrczrag Aucndant, Football Queen. v DICK CRUUSIQ "Thr Ilayx of our ynulb arf' Ihr Jays nf our glory". . , Wrestlingg Ilandg Opcrcttag A cappella: Student Coun- cilg Marching Band. ARI,IiNIi DAVIS "For a Iigbf brur! Iirrs Iongu. . . Y-Teen: Clwrus. HATTIIZ DIQMERY "Thr quivl lziml wbuxv nature m'1'1'r anim" . . . Stage Make-up: Y-Tecng A cappcllag Intramuralsg Opcrctta. ROIIIQRT DILGIiS "I um sun' br is u fulrufnl man KIHARLIQS DONNIQR "Nur u run' in Ibm' um'I4l." Franccs and Marilyn Ready Seniors of 1948 xv Iai' -12- IRVIN IIANII'1I.S "W'bVy xlmulnl I l1olbv1'?", . . Fnutballg Intramurals. BOB DAVIS "I knvu' IDI' riglxl null rlifl il" . . Basltctballg Baseballg I,ittlc Dodger. Iidiwrg Intr.1mur.1ls. DOROTHY DIC NVIiI.I, "Surly II mmlrsf, IFIIIKIIIIII' lun". .. Little Dodger: Y-Teen: Intramurals CARLOS DOKKFN "A unrkvr aluulyx lloillg bix Irzrl bmi." ARLO IIOUGHTY "Hu ix flu' llrxl kiml uf a ffllou ". . Fuotballg Baskutball: Trnckg Wrest- lingg Student Cuuncilg Intramurals Fnr Spring lvckcr clu,ming. Seniors of 1948 l l l ml.laY DRAKE "Doing ax I 11li'uxr". . . IlKU'.lll1llI'L'llS IIUNIC DUISOIS "SM lux a nliml uf bi-r nun". . . Clmrusg Intramurals. RANDY DURSCHMIDT "Tln'n"x nom' .vo buppy innl nom' xo frvi"'. . . W'rcstling: Track: Intra- murals. Illi'I'TY IIIISIIIROM "Il fuftrx lift'-io lan' lifi"'. . . Chorus: Atlcnd.mt, Iiuotball Queen. AUDRIZY FIIICKSON "Nullriug is ilijfirnll lo u :filling mimi". . . I.ittlc Dodger: Suns Snuci: Y-Teen: Big Dodger: S.I'.Q.R., Vico- Prcsidcnt: lntr::mur.1ls. IOAN ICSLINGIQR "Sa xu'1'c'f u fwfr, .mth ungrl griu'i"' .. . Student Council: YfTccn: I.it1lu Dodger: Big Dodger: Imramurals. .-13- MELVIN DROEGE "Quif'l and tligllififll :lx lu'ronn'.v a rvul man". . . Track: Intramurals. ROBERT DULANEY "Though lu' talks bu! lilflv, 'fix a grvui Jrul mon' bv rbinksf' DELORIS ECKERMAN " 'Tis goof! to br mrrry aml u'ix1"'. . Chorus: S.P.Q.R. KENNETH IENGHOLM "Munm'rs arf' Ihr' happy ways of :lo- iug Ibiugxu.. .Stage Crew: A cap- pella: Dodger Players: Student Council: All School Plays: Radio linginccr: Intramurals. KENNETH ERIE nllviglml ix ual u'bul makvx mm gn-ul". . . Wrestling: Intramurals. BOB IZTZIEI. "Hr who rarrs not Ia ln' grew!" .... Football: Basketball: Baseball: Intra- murals. I.I-'IIA FVANSON "ll'i Iln' lillli' lliingx llmf i'0iuiI". . . Y-Teen: Chorus: Majorctte. IIARIIAIIA FARMER Nliliiilviiig ix flu' rnlor of rirllli' . . in Il1IY'.llI1Llf'ilIS. HIZLIQN I:I'.FI.I"IAVIfR "W'iirloui ix only fflllllil in limb". . . l.C. Cfhnirg S.A.I".g IC. Play: Pan- ther Playersg I.ittIc Dndgerg Y-Teen. IIM FITCII "Was i'i'i'r a man so gramllvy maili' as lu'?". . . Basketball: Trackg Football, Captain. KIOYCIC FOISOM "She luis llml iiinuy ilixfmxilion." VIRGINIA FORD "'l'lmii ilri'umi'r uiflr flu' million ninmlx". . . Student Councilg A cap- pellag I,ittIc Dodger, Iiditorg Y-Teen: Big Dodgerg All School Playg Stage Crew: Dodger Players: S.I'.Q.R.g Ficstas Sin Sicstasg Dodger Playg Operetta. Seniors of 1948 -14- RICHARD FVVFN "A man of aim will soon lmrr ii mum"'. . . Track. VIACK FARRIZLI. Wliiixy rome, easy go" . . . Footlullg Hasketballg Trackg Intramur.iIs. GLORIA FISH "Marv your bi'arl'x ilvxiri' In' yours" .. . Student Councilg Y-Tceng Intra- murals. BARBARA FLIZTCI-IIZR "A xmili' gov.: a long uuy In niuler' frii'mlx". . . Y-Tecng Intramurals. DARRFL FOLVAG "Tn xmilv and lo Jann' are flu' inyx of living" . . . Trackg Baseballg Stu- dent Managerg Student Council, President: Opcrettag Big Dodger. LOUIS GARGANO "A great big frirml of all flu' u'nrlil" Chorus: Operetta. ZIILDA GEORG "A xmilf' nf Silll'l'l'i1A1' Ilmf m'1'f'r fml1'x" . . . Y-Teeng Make-Up Crew: Intramurals. MARY GOCHEIE "A Juinlxy maizl xuilb u'insm1u' nu-yr" .. . Ihntlg Marching Bandg Orches- IFLI. BETTY GRIPIENBURG "A flmrnuglr xrlnolur aml a loyal slu- llrnl". . . Intramurals. PAUL HAIIHAB "I'rogrmx is mullr lly work alone." AIJIQLINE HALLIGAN "Vuluul1l1' fhiugs rome in xmall park- ugv.r" . . . Y-Teeng Student Council. Secretary: Clmrusg Football Queen. QIICAN HANSON "A girl rirb in rnmmmr srrm"'... liandg Orchestra: Student Couneilg Chorus. Seniors of 1948 RAMONA GIBSON "If ynu want smm-flving llunr, axk n11"'. . . Cluxrus. ' if CHARLIQS GRALL f S A fl "NH lbrmglmlx all xfru,y" . . . Traekg Fuutballg Wrestlingg Intramurals. ROY GROAT "Hr um a man, luke lwim for all in ull". . . Trackg Intramurals. BOB HALL 1 "A uirr, jmrtirular mann.. .A cap- pella: Little Dodger. FRANK HAMLOW "No om' kfllillii u buf be run flu fulfil ln' fries." LIQONA HA NSON "Gnu4l-mllllrmlrlrxx is a u'omlrrful I'lfflIl'n. . . Make-up Crewq Intramu- rnls. NA. -I -K....x.A - .444-. ,.l -15- I "xl lrlmlnrrll mitfurr' of fun uml Seniors of 1948 I.l .OY D HANSON u'rm11.xr1ru" . . . Iluutlull, Student Munagerg Track: Iiasltetbaxllg Intru- murals, IQUGIZNE IIAY "W'lml you rlo :fill lfrllrrx zvlml ix rlnm"'. . . Ifomlunllg W'rewtIingq 'I'r.ucIt: Student Cuuneilg Intra- mumlw. CARI. IIAYUNGS "Him lvrurl uus ax gnu! ax flu' u'nrl4l.". . . aseballg Football: W'rest- ling. ISIi'I4'l'II-1 IIIQLMICH "I'rlri1'f.y ix flu' spin' nf lift-". . . Ilmlger Playervg Y-Teen: AIICIILILIHI, Ilnutlmll Queen. IIOII IIII.I. "Tn ln' frank uml xim'4'rr' is my ,qwrllml fdlfllfn. . . Stage Crewg Dntlger Players. BONNIE HIVliI.IiY "xl qmrf llfflu min". . . Y-Teen. FRANCES HARRISON "Shari uml tuwt, fin' laiml you like in rm'n'l". . . Churusg Y-Teen: Make- up Crew. IQDVVARU IIAYIQK "lf I zwn' big, I rmulrl ln' uxiglrly' . . . Wrestling. BONNIE HIZARN "Power rluwllx u'iIlr K'bt'l'ffllIIll'Un. . . Chorus: Little Dodgerg Pi Clubg In- tramurals. MARY HIQUN "A young lzvrmn of fwrxmlul vbarnzsf' ISEVIQRLY HILLMAN "Cl1i1' amf Charming, z'Ia'11'r amf 4'llh"'. . . Makerup Crew: Y-Teen. BARBARA HOCKIQRT "Nou, lbvrr' ix om' Iv lull' mr"'. .. Student Cnuncilg' Dudger Players: Y-Teen. AUSTIN HOGAN "'l'lm:1 uill :ml lin- in 1'uin"... Wranglers: Ii,xseb.iIl: B.iskctb.ill: Iiuntbgll: Ficstns Sin Siesta, Presi- dent: junior Class, President: A CLIP- pulln: Little Dodger: Ilclmtc: Intra- niziral: Opurultn. jo HN Hom' "Thr nmu :rho u-iII ix flu' man ulw 1'llll"...wlFCSflll1g1 Foothill: A cup- pulla: Student Council: Boys' Octet: Madrigal: Intramurals: Opurettn. ALLMON I-IOVICK "Men of fru' zvrmlx ure Ihr limi uf lilflln. . . Band: Opcrctta: A cappella: Wrestling: Marching Band. PAT I-IUTCHINSON "A lirrli- liixx, lint nlz, ui-y."'.. Y-Teen. VIRGINIA AIICNNINGS "She l.'n'x rmilrllt uml rnrirx imm"' Stutlrnt Council: Y-Tegn: Big Dmlgcr. D.xnnic .Ind Boyd liunt mme... .W . . ., Seniors' of 1948 CAROL HOLM "Your eyes were made for laughter" .. . Y-Teen: S.P.Q.R., Secretary, Vice-President: Little Dodger. DAVID HOOD "Rather quiet, bu! a loyal friend" . . . Intramurals. EARL HUDSON "Girls, did you ever bear him Iaugh?". . . Big Dodger: Little Dodg- er: S.P.Q.R., President: A cappella: Dodger Players: Oftretta: Wrest- ling. ' I' RICHARD JACOBS "A man after his own hearl". . . De- bate: Wrestling, Student Manager: Track: Big Dodger: Little Dodger. WM l Bos JOHANSON "Liked here, liked lhere, liked every- u'here" . . . Basketball: Baseball: In- tramurals. for that special number! Seniors of 1948 DUANII JOHNSON P ".-1 Vullmlvlr iultlilinn fo aIlrlr'firx". lfmnlmllq Wrestling: Track. Kl:NNlf'l'H .IOHNSON "A ,qnmi frlluu' umnug n11'u." Rvl?l"RT JOHNSON 'ik Jliiculllr lmly u'iI.l1 u Iilzulflr laugh" ..i.V'rcstlingg Track: Footballg ln- tramurals. mls biomas "Mink is ilu' slu'z't'lr uf angrlx' . . . Y-Tccng A cnppcllag Bandg March- ing lhndg Opcrcttng Girls' Scxtctg All State Choir. DONNA KALAHAR "Thy fl'llllklll'.kX will Pwr lu' arl- niiv'4'fi". . . Clmrusg Intramurals. ROSIZMARY KAUFMAN " 'Tix .ruwl In lmn' dom' flu' things um' Ullxllfn. . . Y-'Yeung Chorus. 1. -13.- s KEITH JOHNSON "Sill'll4'I' luis manly uJ1ulnIugi'x". Stage Crcwg Chorus. LLOYD KIOHNSON "Thr zvnrltl lumxvs Illlfllillg of iii grvulvst mm" .... W'rcstlingg Imm- murals. KIAYNF ANN AIOHNSTON "I bun' a lzrurf wilb room for vrvry joy". . . Y-Teens: Sans Snucig Del-micg Lirxlu Dodgerg Dodger Players. BEVERLY -IQURDISON "I'l4'u.rnr1' xhv xrriex uml fimix in flu lifflr Ilzingx of lifi"'...A C.IpplJll.lQ Opercttzi. IOYCE KALLIN "Tbrn' ix grvaffwxx in living gvnrr- rms". .. Sans Souci, Vice-Prusidsntz Dud cr Plavcrs: Little Dmlwr: S . P- Yffccng Dcbatc. DEAN KHFLF "lf I ilwfl Ju il fmluy, l'll lin il ln- Nl0Tl'0ll'.H BOI5 KIRKBIERG "A lol of xplvmlifl rirhlvx in one ffl- lou"'. . . Football: Track: Iinsketballg Student Council: junior Class, Vice- President: Orclwsrrn: Intramurals. IIIITTY KNUTSON "SIN ix :ml quiel, nvilbvr ix xln' bni.vli'mux." NORMA -IRAN KOESTER "She who xou'x guml uufurr rrufrs goml frii'mlxbi1:"...I.ittIc Dodger: Chorus: Y-Teen. ADIfI.I.A KUDRON "Her ulwn rjyrx ilvxirn' fln' Irlallif' DOUGLAS KULLMAN "M1IIll'.Yfv1' ix a rrlnwliiig grun"'. . . Band: Paint and Pallette: Track: Football. PATRICIA LANG "Her Ilvrjl ilurlc I'-WT xmili' frmxlillll- luv". . . Sans Souci: Y-Teen. Seniors of 1948 TN- NANCY KNOWLES "Thr pleasing illusion of youth" . . . Operetta: Y-Teen: Fiestas Sin Siestas, Treasurer: A cappella. VERA KOCHISH "So sweet and fair is she." JOYCE KORSA "Shri ewrybodyk friend." ELEANOR KUESTER "Proof of ability is arlion". . . Y-Teen, Secretary, President: Or- chestra, Secretary, Treasurer: Show Shop: A cappella, President: AII School Play: Little Dodger: Big Dodger: Fiestas Sin Siestas, Secre- tary: String Quartet: Student Coun- cil: Dodger Players: All State Or- chestra: Intramurals. LAVONNE KULLMAN "Her pleaxanl way has been admired by many". . . Y-Teen: Intramurals. AR DIS LANSMAN "ll ix lranquil people who arrom- plixb murlJ." MARGARET LARSON "What is fha' srvrv! of thy charm?" . . . llandg Show Shopg Orchestrag A cappcllag Clarinet Quartetg Clown Bandg Marching Band. DON LIQGLER "If ix u wry good world lo lim' in" . . . Basltetballg Student Councilg Fic-itas Sin Sicstas. WALTIZR LICHT "Tho man of lift' uprighin. . . Tracltg Student Council. JACK LOCHR AY "An industrious lull of gmllr' man- m'r". . . Tragtg Intramurals. ' A l 1 BFVER l.Y LUCAS "A wn'n'ign beuuly wbirh I :fo ad- min"'. . . Y-Teen: Sophomore Class, Secretary: Cliorus. Mll.O LUND "IIr'll find a way". . . Baseballg Foot- ballg Chorus: Intramurals. Seniors of 1948 -20.- ROBIERT LASKA "W'lml u llltlll um I." CATHlfRlNlf l.lfNTSCll "Sho xiii high in our hr'arlx." liI.liANOR UND "Good words urn' lrorfh lllllfll uml vox! 1illl1"'. . . Chorus IZUGIQNF LOOTS "W'ho rlovfh ull lhiugx lvixllr4'ly". . linmlg Marching Bandg Chorus. ANNFTTF LUIQBBERS "Gr'nflr of sjn-wb, ,ll'!ll'flt'it'llf of n1iml.". . . Little Dodgcrg Y-Teen. CARLO MACIQK "Thr limi l'IIlIIVYlPll'llf ix lv gr! onri work Jam' u'i'll". . . W'rcstlingg Base bull: Student Council: llIIl'.ll'l'Il.lf.llS. BIAANCHIE MADSON "'I'ln'ri' ix no frurr lmrurlnl' . . . Or- chestrag A cappella: S.P.Q.R.g String linscmlslc. liLAlNli MARSH "I Inllw' Ill-y Ill'xlIM'X 1nu'xpri'.umI". . . Band: Orchestra: Sans Soucig Show Shop: Operetlag W'oodwintl Quin- tcrg NLC. Chorus: Marching Band. MARILYN McKlNSTRY "Full of fwfr wilb n ready xmiIr"'. . . Band: A cappella: Clarinet Quartet: Oruhustrzxg Operetta: Dodger Play- ersg Y-Teen: All School Plays: Big Dodgcrg Marching Band. JOHN MlfNlfl':lfli "f,uuI1l Irv, I Iiki' anuxii"'...A cap- pella: Mntlrigalg Boys' Quartet: Boys' Octetg Band: Orchestra: Brass Sex- KCI: Operettag Woodwind linscmblcg Show Shopg Student Councilg All State Choirg Marching Band. MAR Y LOU M IESSN ER "A fl'I4'lltlIj' bear! xrillx many 41 frirmI" . . . A cappellag Orchestrag Girls' Scxtetg S.P.Q.R.g Operctta. S DIiI.ORliS MICHIEHL "No,'vmI-y'x z'1'1'r bermf mr' complain." Seniors of 1948 -21-.- LEONA MANN "Your life ix wha! you make il." IIIM MeCOY "A man of few u'orJs"...Traekg Intramurals. FRANCES MCNULTY 'A blonde with a xmilr is a bIon1If' u'or1bwbiIv". . , Dodger Playcrsg Y-Tr-eng All School Playg Opcretta. RONALD M IESSERLY "A migbly ufblcfz' ix hr". . . Footballg Baseballg Basketball. DOROTHY MEYER "Giving ix frm' baring" . . . Student Councilg A cappellag Y-Teeng All State Choirg Show Shop. MARJORIE MINOR "A rlrmlful Iifr, u quirl mire". . . A cappellag Bandg Orchestrag Y-Teen: Show Shopg String Enscmbleg All State Orchestrag Marching Band. AIEANNE MITCHELL "HR uirr Io br natural when yr1u'n- Seniors of 1948 naturally ni4'a"' . . . Y-Tceng Chorus' Sans Soucig Operetta. ANN MULRONEY "You uilff heard noibin' yr'1."'... Ficstas Sin Sicstasg Opcrettag Y-Teen. RONALD MYERS gg , 4 "Tbrrv'x no use io worry." Y Z Q .. A, 5 l "tag ' LIHROY NEKVINDA "Hr har Ihr rare gif! of subtle bumvr". . . Intramurals. FARI. NELSON "Far nmny are rallrd buf few arc' rh0xrn". . . Band: Orchestrag A cap- pella: S.P.Q.R.g Buys' Quartetg Boys' Octctg Trombone Quartetg Show Shop. Semester exams for - 22 ... FRANK NICNAS "W'lm .lnwtlr all fluugx lull." ,IAMFS MUNN "Ile is rl lrnvl11'm'll1y f4'llnu'." FRANCES NAFF "IIN lvrurl it lrm' In nm"'. . . A cap- pella: Mndrignl. Dlfl,ORlS NIil.l.lS "WT lllllllll nv! Inna' lvrr ullvrruvxc .. . Make-up Crew: Little Dndyerg Dodger Players: Y-Teen. GEORGIA Llili NELSON 'Ulml mort' flmn nun' xln".v flrlllfll NllIl'l'l'4'n. . . liandq Maioretteg All Selwul Play: Orchestra: little Dodger: S.A.l'.q ILC. Play: l'.mther Players: Clmrung Marching lhml. Donna, Bev, .md Sam. QIOAN NIELSON "Cufvi1l bar lmnml lrrr fax! . . Y-Teen: Intramurals. BOYD NORDMARK "W'lrul lmu' you gal Io lou? .. . Football: Iiand: Marching Band: Or- ehcstra. DONALD O'CONNIiR "lrnlrln'udwu'r now, ir1dfpt'l1Jrlm' form 4'r". . . Wrestliiig: Intramurals. DIZAN L5I.SON "Hr lmx muxiz' in lvix mul". . . Band Orchestra: Show Shop: Brass Sextet Trombone Quartet: Clown Band. GLORIA I,A'I"I'lfRSON "Wo1llil llwn' urn' more like ber". . Orchestra: All Stare Orchestra Chorus: Show Shop. NORMA PIZRRY "Life ixu'i lift- without fun". . . S.P Q.R., Secretary: Student Council: Chorus: Intramurals. u Seniors of 1948 1 1 1 v l -BT MARJORIE NITZEL "The greulrsf gifl, a Il'0llldll,5 bear!" . . . Y-Teen. NIIZRRY NORDQUIST "Thr girl Ibal gvlx me is I1n'kvy". . . A cappella: Mixed Quartet: Basket- ball: Dodger Players: Operetta: All State Choir: Intramurals. LORAN OLSliN "W'boxr' lllffif rquulx bis !'t'I?llfdfi0Il, Senior Class, President: Sans Souei, President: A cappella, Vice-I'resi- dent: Madrigal: Boys' Quartet: Operetta: Show Shop: Football: Wrcstliiig: Track: Baseball: Student Council: All State Choir: Intra- murals. JOYCE OSSANNA "Her plraxanl way bas l7l'l'II uilmirrzl by llllliljm. . . Sans Souci: Y-Teen. BETTY PAYNE "Si1vm'e ix fbi' grufilmlu uf frm' aff1'z'1ior1." IZRMA JEAN PIQTIQRSON "A girl who ilvcflz all tbiugx url!" . . . Y-Teen: Intramurals. ERMAL PETERSON "A girl whore frirndship is valued" . . . Y-Teen: Intramurals. HILL PETERSON -IR. "A prrfrrl :trample of u real good frIInw". . . A cappella: S.P.Q.R.: Tennis: Dodger Players: Little Dodger: Stage Crew: Operetta. CECIL PHIPPS "A quit! mind ix ricbrr than a crown." , MILTON POISNICK "Bid mr dixmurn' and I will rnvhant tbim' ram". . . Wranglers: Band, Pres- ident: Orchestra: Wwdwind Sextet: Opcretta: Show Shop: Student Coun- cil: Debate: All State Band: March- ing Band. :IO AN PROHASKA "A frirndiy miss, happy and gay". .. Little Dodger: Y-Teen: All School Play: Debate: Wranglers: Librarian. GRANT RHINSHART "PrrmnaliIy is lln' xrrrr! of flu' uni- 1'rrsr" . . . Basketball: Dodger Play- ers: Make-up Crew: Senior Class Play. 3 N. ' f- '-. Seniors of 1948 s VIYIAN Pli'l'liRSON "You lun' a 14 uy llml'v ilrxoml mm l'urr". . . Intramurals. l'HYl.l.lS lllllllllls "fully uml uilmirtir, lli4'1' limi t'lI1'l- gr'lir"' . . . Y-Teen: Chorus: lntra- murals. MARDICL l'lNGliL "Smiling ii iziuujx in ilx'i4"'. . . Intra- murals. MARY POWERS "i.u11,qi1 umi flu' lrnriii luugln willy yon". . . Little Dodger: Y-Teen: Chorus: Dodger Players. FRI-ID RVNNKI-I "Hi.x lvciglvl it z'u'1'1'ii1'il only ily his ,quail mgllirf' . . . llnsehall: Track: Paint .md l'.1llette: Intramurals. HAROLD RHODES "I ui1l'uj'.x NIHIII lmxirnxu, MlIllt'iiIlIl'.l' ...Student Couneil: Big Dodger. lfditur: Intramurals. MARGARET RODIENBORN "fl rm'rr,y bear! ,qorx all tbt- Jay". . . Wranglers: Nucleus: Big Dodger: S.l'.Q.R., President: Y-Teen: Dodger Players: One Act Play: Little Dodger. MARILYN ROHRER "tiv11flv ix my uur1m"' . . . Student Council: Orchestra: A cappella: Y-Teen, Vice-President: Show Shop: junior Clans, Secretary: String Quar- tet: String Trio: Girls' Sextct: All State Orchestra. MAYNARU ROSSOW' "Bluxlu'x im' lbw who uf xrnxil1ility." lllfli Rllfilf "Fur lbou tern' xlruug ax Ibuu urn' true". . . Football: Basketball: V'rest- ling: Intramurals. MARY llU'lil.lfl3Gli "All,q4'l from ilu' rvulm of y1or,i"'. . . llig Dodger: Operetta: Student Council: A cappella, Secretary: At- tendant, Football Queen: junior Claxs, 'l're.1snrf:r: Y-Teen. Wll.l.lS SAMUI-ZLSON "fl riglll goou' gvllflwllurl bi' ix" . . . Football: A cappella: S.P.Q.R.: Dodger Players: lntratnurals: Oper- CII3. Seniors of 1948 0 sa-,. 11 nf 6' if 323' S' BR UCI-I ROGERS "I jnxl Inn' trorfcg I nm xlf fluff look ul ii ull il'1ly" . . . Football: Basket- ball: Baseball: Opcrctta: Intramurals DAN ROSICN "Hi"x xnmll, llllf xo ix ilvymlmili"'.. Football: W'restling: Intramurals. RITA RUIZBFL "Kmmli'ilgl' rmrzrx, bn! IPULIUIII lin- .q4'rx". , . liaml: Y-Teen. ANN RUTLliIJGIi "A frm' frivml ix f0l't'l'l'I' nl frnwfl' . . . Y-Teen: lntrainuralv. Wll.l.ARD SJXISOI-I "Alu: of fm' nmwlx uri' ilu' lvrxl uf IlIc'H." ,ION SA N Ulf li S "Ax fl HILHI Ilmlkx, xo lu' Jaxx" Trzclt: Ifuozball: Intramurals. Seniors of 1948 ADRIAN SANFORD "Hr lilflb lung mlm litrlb u't'H". . . l.itilc Dudgcr, lfditnr: Dodger Play- crfs: Malte-up Crew: All Sclmul Play. V i DONAI D SC'HADl'iGG ' "Sonic llunlc lln' unrlil ix muili- for lun ami fmln"'. . . Band. Rl'iGINAl,D SCHIVTI g Q ".-lu filruurtliflarri man" . . . Band: y ,if Marching Band: Orchestra: Show this-X Shop: Clarinet Quartet: Big Dodger: fm 5.P.Q.R.: btudcnt Council: Little ' N A - Dodgcr: All State Band. 7' if Y ' lm RUTH SCilK5l'iNFlSCll ' "Sfn'n'I1 ri grrul, lm! .iil4'm'i' i.i Q' Ql'l'llfl'l'.H - MARY SHAW "fl wvufvli' miml nj IIIIIV1 1L'uy.i.' SlllRl.liY SMILIQY Wlilmlllqlwlffzl, lzinil uml lr'lrn"'. . . Band: Orclicxtra: Student Council: flinrus: Marching Band: Clarinet Quartet: Clown Band. PAT-RlCflA SAVAGIJ "I l'alIl br lllxlllt' In laugh uf Alll1flHlllQn . . .Y-Teen: Little Dodger: lficstnx Sin Sicsus: Clmrus: Intr.nnur.tls. ,IOAN SLIHARV "A girl uf .lfI'lIll-Q r't'mlulmm". . .Sant Souci: Y'Tccn: A cappella: Big Dndgcr: Opcrcttn. lQl.Sl li SCHLUl'iTlfR "WT lm'i'I ffm' Ilkl' il ji I ru i il ul llmuy lvl" . . . Y-Tccn: Mako-up Crcw: lntrmmuralw. DON NA SCOTT "HH imllc' it ilu' xu'1'rIi'xl llml I'll'l' um swell". . . Y-Tccn: S.l'.Q.R.: Dc- lutc: Attendant, -I.C. Qucvn. DOROTHY SHlfKlfR "Silrm'v is mum' rlmllrrllf llmu Norris." DIQLORIZS SMITH "Thr ll!lX,l0kl'll trvml VI1'll'I' ilmxi burrl1". . .lI1IfLII'l1Ul".lli. IlARI.IfNIf STANIQK "Fv'ia'mlxl1ip bu-yx fri1'mfxl1if1". . Y-Teen: Dodger Players: Clwrua Intramurals. i'I.ARKI'f STICXVART "Tn Iuka' llvingx ax Ihr'-y fH"'. . . Font ball: Track: A cappella: Basketball CRPUFCIIRIQ Little Dodger: Intra murals GORDON STILIFS "Hr lrrlongx in fba' mlr of xlrrmg, .xilrnl IIIUIIU. . . Stage Crew. VI'IRGIfNIf STURDEVANT "Smiling is aluu-ya in xfyI4"'.. Y-Teen. I f Ifll SW'IIIINIfY "Mi.u'l1i4'f and jullifny um' bix mitlrlll' mum"'. . . Basketball. Frances and Bill Seniors of 1948 RICHARD STERNS "A frrima' turmng ullllvfrx ix b4"'. . XVrestIing: Intramurals. BII.I. STIfW'AR'I' r'WbMf4'l l'l' vlu' in lift- you urr, yorfll uluu-yx lu' a.qn'ralvlv". . . Intramurals. IIOII STROM "In lby uixtlnm, make llll' u'in"'. . . Football: W'rcstIing: Track: Student CuunciI,I'resi1.Ient: Intramurals. BARBARA SWIANEY "I uumf ulml I Il'llIlf u'bn'u I ll'tlllf il". . . Dodger Players: Chorus: Y-Teen. KATHRYN TAYLOR "Vim, rigor uml rilulil-1"'. . . Y-Teen: A cappella: Operetta: ' Cltecrleader: All State Choir. Always un Time! ... 27 - Mll,lJRliD TAYLOR "Thr uorld lwlrmgs lu tba' rm'rg4'Iir" ...lnrramurals, RUSSELL THOR SON "Mun'x lifr ix lull 41 fmt". .. Band: Brass Sexlct: Orchestra: Trumpet Trio: Show Shop: All State Band: Marching Band. SHIRLEE TILTON "AII mrrry, all bnfrpy and frrigbf' . . . Y-Teen. DUANE TRICKTQL "'I'brrr'x fx plan' and mmm for rwry man ali: r." CATHIZRYN UNDERWOOD "A girl ulmm you Iikr hrlfrr carl: fmuing Jay". . . Y-Teen. .IO ANN XVAUDIQLL "Thr lwrxf of lifr is mm'rrxa!ion". . . Y-Tccn: Intramurals. Seniors of 1948 l T w K 'il PHYLLIS THlfl,ANDl',R "Nufl1ir1g grmt is 1'x1'r'u4'l1.'urrl u :Ily- vnl 1'llfllIlXf1lXVIIU.. . l'ainL and Pal- lcrrc: Y-Teen, Sccrumry: All Schnul Plays: Big Dodger: Dodger Payurs: Liulc Dudgcr. l1I,ORIiBIil. TIGNI-.R "TfJllllgl!lfllI, lciull uml fl'll4'n Y-Tccn: Chorus: Intramurals. lllLl. TRACY "Mirror of all rourIm3" . . . A cap- pclln: Track: Fuulbnll: Sludcnt Cuuncil: Opcrcttn: lnlmmurnls. SHIRLEY TRIMPL "Ax 7lH'l'l'-Y ax Ihr' :lay ix lung . .. Y-Teen: Intramurals. MAR-IORIE VOGFL "Gull l7ll'5X ilu' 4'lvn'1'fl1l fn'01rlr". Y-Tccn. I-IVA l.l5.l", XVAl.RQ7D "'I'lmlz lmxl ,rn goml a ln'url." NANCY WALROD "Yul1lb bulb lmury c'lnlrl11X". . Bnndg Marching Band: A cappclla Studunt Councilg Clarinet Quartet Opcrutmg All State Choir: Y-Tccn. VIRGINIA XVASHINGTON "Ilup1ry url' ilu'-y who xhunlil-y purxu u milllllu mm'x1'." BARBARA WATROUS "A winning uwy, u plruxunl xmilf' . . . Y-Teen. LUCILLIQ VVIQRTZ "Sll'L'1'l xmilux uml bouxvlmlll gnzrvx Y-Tecng Librarian. DONNA XVIISTRIQ "Tu look on flu' lwriglrl xiflr if look un lln' rigbl mfr' of lift-".. Y-Teen: Stage Crow. PAUL WICIIIQ "Nl'I'A'I' u wurrvy, urn: u run Intramurals. Seniors of 1948 ...29.. MARY WASHIIURN 'Sbv lirrs tbl' life sin' lover' Y-Tceng Intramurals. 1 DONALD WATERS "I hurry not, neilhrr flu I worry." NORMA WEBB "Hz'n' is u truz' aml clear friend". . . Little Dodgerg Y-Teeng Intramurals. PATRICIA WEST "A vbarming rbuHerbo.v". . . Make- up Crewg Y-Teeng Dodger Players. DOUGLAS WHITING nPl'l'S!'l'l'f!'lll'l' ix Ihr' svrrrl of sur- r'r'.rx" .... Footballg Basketball: Ten- nisg Bandg Show Shopg Orchestrag S.P.Q.R.: All School Playg Big Dudgerg Marching Bandg Student Councilg Wranglersg Intramurals. MARLYS WILLIZY "A good rrpulalion ix worlb mon' than mvm'y" . . . Band: Marching Bandg Sans Suuci. RONALD WILLIAMS "Arr inh'lligi'nf mimf will: NHIIHIIIX kind." DUANE WILSHUSISN "lI'v u gruml living lo fire." BILL WOLFIZ "To lu' avlirz' is flu' primary rom- Iion of m.m" . . . Football: Tennis: Track: Big Dodger: Little Dodger: Cheerleader: Wfranglers: Debate. JOHN woon "N0flJing mvnx lo NIIIXI' me any trouble". . . Football: Wrestliimg: Basketball: Intramurals, MARY ZIIQGLIZR "InxI Io knou' her wax lo lore ber" . . . Cheerleader: Attendant, I7ootba'I Queen: Sans Souci, President: S.I'. Q.R.: A cappella: Opcretra: Y-Teen: Dodger Players: Madrignl: All State Choir. IH Seniors of 1948 CLASS Co1.oRs: Aqua and White CLASS FLOWER: Apple Blossoms SHIRLEE WILLIAMS "A small formula roming fasl".. Y-Teen: Fiestas Sin Sit-Stas: Librarian AUDREY WINDEI.OW "Really in brurf aml really in bumlf' DUANE WOOD "We loved fbi' man uml praised bis work". . . Operetta: All School Play: j.C.PIay: Dodger Players: Paint and Pnlletteg A cappella: Little Dodger: Big Dodger: Tennis: Senior Class, Treasurer: Malte-up Crew: Debate: Boys' Octet: All State Choir. BETTY WOODRUFF "All fha! youth can be, thou art". . . Little Dodger: Y-Teen: Student Council: Big Dodger: Intramurals. ROBERT BOOTH BEN BUGG ERNEST DAVIS PHILLIP DIAMOND GEORGE DROWN ALLEN HARRIS GLENN HAYS ROBERT JOSEPHSON ED MAHONEY HARRY MERIWETHER ROBERT THOMAS CLASS MOTTO: On the youth of today rests the democracy of tomorrow Administration S U P E R I N T E N D E N 'TN' T lt is purpose that gives life a meaning. ZIV! yi QQZCMQHOIC In his many years of faithful service to the Fort Dodge school system Mr. Ifeelhaver has proved his ability as a public school admin- istrator. We are proud of our school and we realize that his able guidance has built up the fine curriculum we have been privileged to enjoy. Mr. Feelhaver is working diligently on the intricate details of our new building program. The future of school is in compe- tent hands. i They Guide Nlrs. Nytleggt-n', illeriralq Miss Slattery, Secretary Board of Iiducationg Miss lleppe, i'lurit'.ilg Miss lund. Astixzantg Miss Gustafson, Superintendenfs Secretary. I x S U O P F E F R l I C N E T E 0 N F D E N T Mr. Olson came to us from junior High this year and we definitely feel that it has been our gain. It can always be said of Mr. Olson that he is interested in the problems of any P student and that his lirst concern is always lg for the student's welfare. W'e feel that the I door of our Principals oiiiee is always open N to any student at any time he needs help or C guidance. fl A L Our Destiny vw-he Great minds have purposesg others have wishes. .Jarrow Cf!K10ll Miss Gross, Mrs. Buegel, Harris Morriss, Miss DeW'ell H M I In ts o 11 If 1 I: s 1 t: cz ii I2 o U 1. ,9,,,,p'-'K ,..- s 1 DIRECTOR of ACTIVITIES DIRECTOR of ATHLETICS H0W'1XIiIJHUliIII2S As director of activities, Mr. Hughes has a multi- tude of tasks. It is to his credit that our various activities have progressed smoothly. A great amount of patience as well as time is given by Mr. Hughes to keep our activities operating success- fully. IIORRI-QS'I' IVIARQUIS As director of athletics, Mr. Marquis sees that our athletic program is well balanced, thorough and educational. The physical fitness of the boys of Fort Dodge High School is developed by a care- fully planned and well integrated athletic program. Mrs. Irwin Creenlief, John I-I. Mitchell, Harry Ilulli, Verna K. Slattery, U. C. Pfaili, Ciar Ifeelhaver, Mack Bruce, O. j. XVhittemorc, Iiwald Ci. Trust. Mr. Nickel not in picture. The Board of Education with Mr. O. C. Pfaff as President works in close harmony with the Superin- tendent, Mr. Feelhaver. These men provide the link between the community and the actual operation of our school. We should indeed be grateful to these men for giving time so gener- ously to make our educational system possible. Q. ...34.. I T Mr. Hathaway, Miss Bernarz, Miss Bradburn, Mir. Pippett Mk. I'IA'1'lmwAv-Iowa State Collegeg Drake Uni- versity, B.S.M.: Northwestern University, M.M. Miss151-ltNAT1-Ioxva State Teachers College, B.A.g University of Michigan, M.A.g University of Colorado. Mlss BimmsuuN-Buena Vista, B.A. Mu. PII'l'I','l"lilMlJfIIIIISSILIC College, B.S.g Stout Insti- tute: University of Utah. Mr. McCatIrie, Miss Killerlain, Mr. Raker, Miss Boxwell, Mr. Wright Mr. Thomas, Mrs. Waldburger, Mr. Lake, . Teliier '17 MR. THOMAS-University of Nebraska, B.S., M.A. Mas. WALDBURGER-Phillips University, A.B.g Okla- homa Universityg Iowa University. MR. LAKE-Michigan Stateg University of Michigang Western Michigan College, B.A.g Fort Madison Business College. Mus.Tia1.1.nan-University of Iowa, B.A.g Iowa State Teachers Collegeg University of Chicago, Colum- bia University. Mn. MCCAl-'1fRn2- Unive rsity of Du- buque, B.A. Miss KILLERLAIN - Clarke College, B.A.g University of Denver. MR. RAKER - Western Union College, B.A.g Iowa State. Miss BoxwELL-Grand Island College, A.B.g State University of Iowa. MR. WRIGHT -Iowa State Teachers Col- lege, B.A.: University of Minnesota. 'I' 'x -35- CWXQ- 1 xv VKVUX U Mr, llatli, Miss Moulding, Miss Irlom, Mrs. Uenclter, Mr. Rich Mit. BRAM-Imva State College, B.S. MR. DULA-Iowa State Teachers College, B.A.g Uni- versity of Iowa, University of Minnesota. Miss SHANNQN--Morningside, B.A.g State University of Iowa, M.A.g lowa State Teachers Collegeg Uni- versity of Colorado. Mlss NORIJINIANTLIIUVCFSIIY of Iowa, B.S.g University of Michigan, M.A. xll'.Ill'.lI1l, Mr. I7uea, Miss Shannon, Miss Nurtlman MR. BATH - Peru State Teachers College, AB., Denver University, M.A. Miss MOUIrIJINCiiCLlFlCI0l1 College, IRA., North- western University. Universityg University of lowa, M.A. B.S. MR. RICHlPCDH College, B.A.: University of Iowa, M.A.g Indiana University. Mus. MKILIEIZS--SIITIPSOII College, B.A.g University of Iowag University of Minnesota. MR. TOWNSIQND-Florida University, Buena Vista, B.A. Miss MCCI.USKIiYiS0llIl1WCSICl'I'l College. AJS.: Uni- versity of Chicago, M.A.g Columbia University: Colorado University. rs. McI.ees, Mr. 'l'ownsentl, Miss Mcf'lusltey 51:42, 1361 Miss FLOM-St. Olaf College, B.A.g A.l.B.g Drake MRS. DIQNIQKI-QIiiMdfj'X'lllC State Teachers College, Mn. Sciisiin-Nnrtlieast Missouri State Teach- ei's College, IIS.: University of Missouri. Mit. Ci1.-xi'MAN-Corner College, B.Se.g Univer- sity of Nebraska, M.Se.g Iowa State Collegeg Oregon State College. Miss Com-I - Teachers College, Oshkosh, Wis- consin, IRS., University of XViseonsin, M.A. Miss laivixs-Grinnell College, BA.: University ol' Coloranlo. Miss I limit ANU --- University of Iowa, BA., University of Chieagog Harvard. M.A. Miss IIAS'IIl-1-SIITIPSOII College, B.A.g Drake Univer sity: University of XViseonsinq University of Iowa. AIR.CJOODMANTSIINPSOII College, Morningside Col lege, B.A.g Drake University. Miss Ilighlantl. Miss Ilastie. Mr. Liooilnian Mr. Schmid, Mr. Chapman, Miss Core, Miss I ikins Miss Bi UMCRI-N-IOWQI State College, B.S. Miss Cltow-Stout Institute, University of Chicago, Ph.B.g University of Iowag University of Colo- radog Iowa State College. Miss CIOOIJRICH-IDLIIKOIAI Vlfesleyan, B.A.q University of California, M.A.g University of Iowag Univer- sity of Chicago. MR.WA'riaRMixN-Nebraska State Teachers College, B.I".A.g University of Denver, M.A. Miss lilonigren, Miss Vroxv, Miss Ciootlrieli, Mr. XY'aternian wall ..-HC I- N Miss Uemorext, Mr. Pliares, Miss Moss, Mr. VVaggoncr, Mrs. Longfellow Mr. C'nlver, Xliss Sharon, Mm! lit-ney Miss Di Moiu'.s'l' - Grinnell College, I5.A., University of Iowa, Uni- Mit. C:L'l vi it - Upper Iowa University, versity of Wisctmnsiiaq Columbia Universityg University of Omalia. State University of Iowa, MS., Iowa . , , Colle Ye. NIR.PIIARI-S1Il1LllLll1.l State Normal, Central Normalg Bradley Poly- 5 teclinical Institute, Iowa State College. Miss Slmitox-Ros.1i'y College, IIA.: State . . , . , , versitv of Iowa, NI.A. Miss Moss-INIorningsitle College, A.I3.g University of Coloratlog Uni- ' I versity of California, University of Wfisconsin. Miss CHI NIX'1CK7l'l1Cll College, A.I3.g Cli , . . , . Universitv' Minnesota Universitv. NIR. XYIAKQMUNIIi-NtJl'fl1NX'CSICl'I1 University, B.S.g University ot boutli ' I ' Dakota, M.A. MRS. I,oNt.l I I Ioxv-Indiana State Teaclmers College, Indiana Univer- sity, ILA., University of Denverg Wfestern Reserve University, State University of Iowa, M.A. 'liony .Inlius,.Iolin Kjl50Il,cil1.lI'lI0 Klk'lI'lL'llIS,II.llllI.l1lL Tliese genial, liartl-working men tleserve more tlianks than we give tliem. Tliey keep our Iwuiltl- Y ing in excellent contlition, tlierefore rnaliing it a pleasant place for all of us. Junior Class President Secretary Treasurer Vice-President HARRY KILIPER Bon ANDERSON RUTH KEHM NIELL THOMPSON The school year of 1948 is finished. We have accomplished many things, but much remains to be done. The seniors have left high stand- ards and ideals which we, the juniors, proudly accept. Some we may achieve fully, others partially. We will put forth our utmost efforts to attain these goals during the coming year. Good luck and best wishes to the seniors of 1948. Pres. of Junior Class Mrs. Mrl.ees's Home-room-Front row: Arilis Wilshusvn, ElaincWilly. Mary Wm-islnunl, Joan Voss. Juanita Wknizgom-r, lVlzn'iunno W1-nnmrholm. .Il-:un Wilson. S4-voml row: Virginia Trust. Ik-tty Thomas, Ilarlum- Showvrs, Shirlm-y Vow-I. llnlwrllly Walton, lilnim' W'oo1l. Erlwiml Whih-, lloris 'l'horslmakkl'n, Janivo Yzltvs. Phyllis fluviuppo. liuvk row: .loo llnrlurwooxl, VViIlim- Zuvlx, Don l'nrv1-r, Wulalo l,innllu-rxr, liill Winston, John Thomas, Louis Wzuznvr, Dun Wznzgxoin-r, liill Zimmn-rmzun, lizlrrull Wiseman. Not in pivturc: Mnric Romlvau. juniors Minn llrmorvsfs Homernom-Front row: Carol Port:-r Alhs-rta Otto, Nathalie Milf-hs-il, Dorothy Prosler, Shirlvy Rin-rson: l'0KKY l"'h-rson, Juni- Merrill, Donna Mc'Muh4m. Jvralrlinr- Mm-rirlc-. Iinvk row: .lim Rm-il, Holi Rivh, Vvrnon l'1-rs-ln, lmnny Vowlsli- vornl, .Iam-t Offivvr, All-tn Urn:-ss, Munn Miller, Loo l'L-cd, Not in Ulf'flll'l'I Donittn Hyclo, .lurk Mm-yor, Divk Mitrhvll, Roy Moonrh. Dull- Morris. Willium Mumlay, Dick Munn, Bob N4-lsnn, Donna Uh-son, Melvin Vw-rl. Hlczxnni' V1-torson, Kvnnclh Pvt- urson, Juck Vrvsslc.-r, liob Rankin. -- 40g Miss Haslitfs Homvroom-l-'rnnt Row: l'attv Jnhnsun. l'hz1rlvnn- Lzirswn lhvnnn l.m-:lr R4Nl'Illlll'V Km-ftm-1' M'n'i'm I'u-oh: Vnlrivin Johnson, lirmza K-nlm-ia. Sw-um! row: ldlwnnal Jnlxn:'nn. Virgil Iilllllllill, l'l1urlutlo IAIFSUII, Shirlvy Knavk, .lowu lAll'SUll Arlvm- Jvssv, Jinx km-ny. htzmdly Immr. llurrul .luhnsuu, Dun K0l'Hll'l'. Ilan-k row: Harry Kilim-r, l'lzn'k .luhnsonA, l':utlu-l'im Hmzhvs, Maury lxrausv, Runmnu Humpul, Glvnn Knmlsnn, Elm:-r Lzxrsmm, Iiussull Lillig, Mat Limrrwn. Nut in pin-hm-: ll-vs. Jones, Shirlcc Lumsdvn. unims Mr. Phan-s's Homeroom-Front row: linh li. Anclvrsun, Rvnar.lu liiunvhi. Viviun Illmrnmuisl, lmum-ltu Fruits. Lila Cunlpln-ll, IN-lon-s Ilrmw-, John Vunnun. Murxzurvt lllunl, Ruth lluvk. Avis lh':u'kvn. Svvmnl row: llun llulrlxilt, Irvllu Asvhcrl. l'llll'll'l1l lllnm-y, lk-lnris Ilrvchwulrl, Janice linrlwr. Edna: Mae Arnold, l'1lYl'll'iZi Ik- Ummm-. l'h:u'n1:unv lin-on. Mary Lou liuilvy, llark row: Il-uh lim-rs, limb Buch, Richard lhxrklmldvr, Ernest lialubitl, Willmurt Anton, liruvv Iiullarxl, linlzcrt Arnxbrustur, Wilma livlmur, Gcrnld llunnstvttn-r, Milton l'art1-vs. ' ll lll'i ..f A Ill -., w- -in Q in M U! l ' 'G A - '..V 'M , 1 I . - ' W' gf H iv, .flxkr-L, ll if , v Miss T1'lli9f.N Homcroom-Front row: Mary Guild, Pat.-ay Hickey, Donna Gun-nth:-r. Rosaliv Prima. S1-ronrl row: Shirley Hnyvk, Gloria Holly, Auulrvy Hoorl, Shirley Grvvnv. Mnry Lou Hood, Curmvn Hams-ll, Charlotte Hoop. llurk row: .lim Gross, Don Hivkvy, liill Holz, lion Hvusloy. Not in picturr-: Dawn Gilclay, Polly Grm-enfivlwl, Tom Gustafson, Mickey Hnlvm-rson, llill Dun- ivls, lh-vm-ly Km-hist, .lm-num-tie Hanson, Bill Hart, Ernest Hz-ilnvr, Phyllis Him-s, Norma Jn-an Horn, Joan Hurhnchm-vk, ln-Ioris Noluml, William Hill, N:-xnry Havighurst. Juniors ', . -4 1 ' 5 1 "' A lklkfkilfl I F7 , 1' , 1 , V U f I x f Miss Crnwyfs llomeronm-Front row: Dvun Clahauprh, Charles Fortner, Charles Doyle, Lylc- Crousv, Don Elm-I, Clayton livnnson, l'n! Fish:-r. Scvonwl row: Hardie Viz-lrl. Phyllis Crouse, Mary Doughty, Nancy Fisher, Mary Ann Gi-is, Rom' Ann l'hristiuns4-n. lim-vvrly Chumln-rs, llill Fm-llows, Shirley Evans, Monivn Crawford. Lois Dvan. Margin-rite llclmnoit. Buck row: lfrud Vartcr, Javk Ucrncy, Jon: Dopitn, Jim Galvin, Jim Fox, Norman Gaumer, Shirley Clare, Arlene Emrholm, Darlene Entun, Donna Eastwood. I l . -, . .. , .W , . . , V Mr. Goodman? Hnmeroom-Frunl. TOXVZ Marjorie Fix-lcl, Lila Coll-man. Donna Casey, llurnlhy Duhlquisl, Alma Buckner. Bm-k rnw: Shirley liuoth. Curl Diunv, Doris l"llrl't'll. .Iumvs lfnslvr, Mzu'lin lfishel. Duane liruwn, JoAnn lflll'l'll2lIl, Amlroy Unison. Not in pin-turv, Luis lixlvkm-r, Roy llillnn. Gornlml Chinpxrvn, Iinb Douglas. Kknistanvv lmmzlas, limb ldlu-rsnlv. Alu iors . V. W- A- --.. -. -NM Miss Nnrdman'n Homernnm-Front row: lflilm-'n Muon, Ruth Knavk, Barbara Nicholls. Ruth Km-hm, Shirley Malfvlml, Iivtiy Marlin, Shirley Hivko. Alulrs-yGi1-su. S4-vom! ruw: JvnnLundlila1l, Maruarcl Hamrvn. llill H1-ilcman, Gordon Grs-on, Gm-nv Mnrvhi. Jr-rry Linn, Donna Oli-son, Donna Hudson, Shirlcy Olson. lizwk row: Iirnust Mori, Jim Kr.-mwy, Tum Lynch, liill Hmrnn, Roland Larson, llnli Hrnbak. Lawrencv Newsum, Georlru Nivmivr. 143, l- ' A i" W2 "Q3i",?,, ' 1 X L ll 5-v'rl'9' - ' Miss Sl1annnn's Hnmeroom-l4'1-:ml ruw: l'1nrl Wiss, Ifaryiv Steak. Russ:-ll Shi-ltu . li 1 5 . l.xfI'un:l. Lui, lullis. M lx wnll, Pirlynv Suwyvr, lQ11m-110 Iinthornu-I, Nix-ll Thnmysnn. Hack row: Maurivu Wicll-ll, Iinln-rl l',-19,-,,,n' Hun,l,l Zivnh. mnnrl bhnw, l'lmrlm-s l'ltsur, Rum-1' Wrruvcr, J-rhn S11-wart, Dun Snmnmr, Jnhn Sullivan, I.zu'ry Wim-wx-l, Donald Rs-m11iist,'lJi1u Shuppcll. FTW' QA :Z , '- A unims Q " " ari 'n ,V NVQ! Mr. Hathaway's Homvrunm-l"rnnl, row: Iimlilii- 'I'nlmt, Jnannv0'Kl-cfm-, Dura SL-hm-nfisvli. Hllvn 'l'nyl-nf, liunni1'Sny4l:-V. bln Snvngv. Sm-mul rnw: llzuxra I.:-v Rmlc-nlmrn, lZ'arlm-nv Sc-ull. lnix-in-nv Smlvlu-, Juan 'l'zxylur, i'h:nl'lm-on Sm-hrmlvr, l'urrim- Rim n Plurln Rummv. Third row: linlw Ste-rns. l'2llll Smith. li.ll Swalla, lim-k row: lmvm- Spin-la. Chzarlvs Smith, Layton Stump l Snnuvsun, Dun Sz-ltz, Gillwrt Slum-k, lirucv Smiley, Juo Shuker, limb Swan, Marvin Kumnw, Nut in nivturv: Jim Simun Ivy Rnrk. Soph ores H -ff jun lirzm., President Vuixui Nli STLWART, Treasurer Rim SPILKA. Secretary IJAN lliikkv, Vice-President Fellow Sophomores: We have now finished one year of high school. Most of us have in some way contributed to the principles and ideals of our school. I hope that our class of 1950 will continue its good work and do its best during the next two years to leave fl proud record for those who follow us. Pres. of Soph. Class Mr. Culver's Homeroom-Front row: Dr-loris Kraft, LaVonne LaSourd, Marlene Kiel, Shirley Lund, Donna Hood, linrbarn Horn, Maureen Inman, Devonna Kinseth, Patricia Kuhn, Louise Larson. Sn-cond row: Pat Kaufman, Louise Kaufman, Leona Franz, Madonna Johnson. Katha-ryn Jones, Dolores Jensen, June Hum-lelml, Delores Leonard, Evelyn Knut- son, Marci-llu Livht, Marian Knutson, Rosalyn Laidley, Gladys Lairlley, Mary J. Hurley. llack row: Charles Knutson, Don Keck, Melvin Lic-ht, Bruce Kammermeyer, Jerry Keyser, liob Greenfield, Franklin Helm, Ray Holden, Jack Kirby, Dick Lethem. Nut in picture: Carol Keyser, Ruth Luvina. l ,. .wa y A ...AS- CD 1 Q gf' L- Sophomores Qs? vx X . DY ..... ,.- .4155 Mr. Duc-a's Homeroom-Front row: Arthur Hill. Gm-no HL-dluncl, Virgil Govhe, .lark Hogan, Arlene Hanson, Katherine Fishvr, lk-verly Florea, Betty Hampton, Hobby Hayes, Frank Hnrimz. Sc-cond row: Nanry Harris. Ruth Heitner, Vivian Fowlvr, Patsy Gordon, Gladys Hilton, Joan Hanson, Joyce Fritts. Back row: Steve Harris, Jannabm-llo He-rlrst, Guorxzoann Halverson, Lois Hanson, VVilma Hodlunrl, Emmett Flynn. Not in piv- ture: Royal Evans, Bm-vvrly Fawkvs, Viola Graham, Dirk Hanson, Philip Harinu, August l-'itznz-r. Mr. Waterman's Homeroom-Front row: Delores Winkle, Mary L. Wm-ndler, Marilyn J. Williams, Lucretia Walkvr, Beryl Kal- lansrurl. Sm-cond row: Alice Pursifall, Bov- orly Fawkor, Dirk Thompson, Joyce Strong, Donna Swanson, Carl Woodard, Bill Thu'- lander, Be-tty Thompson, Carol Wcnzul, LaVerne W1-rtz, Marilyn M, Williams. Bark row: Dale Warland, Jack Wood, Charles Woodard, Don Swanson, John Tarr, Don Struhar, Joel Whelchel. John Valassirulvs. Karl Donckcr, Harold Vinson. Miss Boxwell's Humeroom-Front row: Jn-rry Autun, Tom Burke, Charles Blanken- hapren, Dean Block. Svcond row: Beverly liuettm-r, Roy Butler, Sterling Ainsworth, Beverly Bri.-on, Mary Jana Brown, Eva lion- son. Third row: Mary Balchitis, Joan Carl- son. Carma Brown, Rose Anderson, Shirlvy llrooks, Ruth Anderson, Nancy Bripms. Wil- liam Brooks, Ronald Adams. Back row: Joan Alvorrl, Bill Banwvll, Jim Bakvr, Hcrh Anmlvrson, Leslie Binszham, Kay Ilalissvr- man, Tom Balm. Dun Carlson, Rirharml Blair, Mary Barnett, Robert Blunt. inn l'h9n4'y's Homeroom-Front row: anna Munn, Mnrgnrvt Marc. Patricia Mos- rly, Mnrilyn Moore, Rose Ann Milli-r. Joan rMnhon. linck row: Donna Ji-un MuTag- rl, Virgil Milluril, Donnn Jvnn Mn-ssnvr, xl: Norciqui:-rt, Roy l'nttcrson, Don Nvlson, ll Malnning, Dunne lllcson, Patricia Mvr- l. Not. in piutnro: Durlm-ne Mum-k, livtty rulmlox, John McCormis-k, Ray Ms-N1-il, Joe ,-in-fm-, Mury Lou Morrill, Hob Ma-yur, rnnlml Moorv, Don Nollis. Vulmlon Norhns, vrmu Oli-son, llvvcrly l'zitte-rson. '. Schmid'u Homuroom-Front row: David vlip, llovvrly Kuymonml, Put Williams, svmury Stilcs, Collwn Whitimz, Marilyn nal.. Virm-nu Sh-wart, Rita Spilkn. Sec- l row: Mnrjoriv l'orl0r, D4-lin Morrulti, ,ry-Aliro Stcrns. lhu-k row: Bud Tnylor, lltvr Vvrliik, Dunno Stownrt, John Smith, ,lm-n Yulvs, l'lml l'4-rkins, Rirhnrcl Stringer, inn- Wuu-rs, In-nn-tru Pappas, llill Swan. 'l'nwnnend's Homeroom -Front row: ty Person, lflslhur Svhoonfisrh. Joys-0 'k. Vrrnio Phipps, Mnrinnno Stophun. nniv Srhrodl, In-no Sprivk, Swonul row: mini- l'm-tn-rson, Luc-llu Knutson, Doris km-r, ll:-My Sorenson, Normu Pinxtel, ,rln-nv Vonrl, Joyro Svhulzv, Marilyn wrklunml. llnvk row: David Stewart, John Noll, John l'nulson, John Powe-rs. Toni :li-, l'1ml Rnllodytm-. John Rimrnlnhl. Dunni- mokor. Slvwurt. Porter. Rirlmrrl Shirlvy, n Sw-or, Tom l'im:vl. .lurk Rom-rs. hur I'n-lvrson, Dnnnv Strimzvr. 52' Soph ores ff, .elif " nd S. -47... DL. L. .jf f r I the if-H' t UH 4, --1affa4z1'33 ...,. , , Huw x. fl Q-,gi fs-ws' . uv Nth' X9 r Q. 4 aff? Mr. Wright's Homcronm-Front row: Lon- clla Morrill, Ruby Hill, liarbara Johnston, Lucille Grimcs, Mario Griffin, lk-lty Luns- man, Lois l"le-tcher. Hack row: Norma Julius, Cherrill Lowrey, Shirlcy Kirchncr, Donna Latham, Elainc Holvcrson. Joann Newman, Tcrcsa Hill, Gln-nn Nellia, Howard Oleson. Not in picture: Gcoryzc G1-nco..Iohn Hamilton, Ed Howard, Bob Jordirufh, Frank Kendall, Elaine Kratosky, Jim Mu-Guirc, Duane Sturdcvant. Mrs. Denrker's Homeroom-Front row: Ann Daniels, Mary Cullen, Ann CllVlllNllIKl1, Phyllis Dcppc, Joannc Chitlcndcn, Vclma Dencklau. Sccond row: Norma Davidson, Marlcno Dayton, Ellen Casa-, Norma Da-aton, Virginia Crouse, Myrtle Dcmcry. Lawrvnce- Eckerman, Eunicc Drown, Clark Cox. Back row: Edward Robeson, Lcslic Crouru-, Charles Ditzenhergzcr, Valioicc Dixon, Ualc Christianson, Bernard Cartcc, Darn-ll Fot- trell. Nov. in picture: Paul Clarkv, Fon- stance Cochran, William Coffman, Carroll Coopcr, LaVonne Cross, Uharlv:-1 Crou:-xc, Hill Davis, Lloyd Clove-n, Paul Swvcnvy. Miss Blomgren'a Homeroom - Front row: Geraldinc Carlson, Naomi DcVilhi:-us, Judy Atwcll, Mary Ann Cadwell, Pat.-sy liolnzlas, Marszic Coy. Socond row: Freda Own-u. Bonnic lirockman, De-loris Evans, Parma lirofcr. Third row: Wallace- lirackon, Dun Hurry, Bob Craft, Dick llanpz, Jamcs Ella- trom, Ronald Dooley. liack row: l-Idpzar llrown, Jack Etzel, Dick Dillman, Gm-orgu lironnan, Don livnson, Ralph Anderson. Amiiviifuies .-49-. . 3 1'1-fJM..Mt tt xx ,- M W" N7 lfirsl. row. ln-fi to ritrhl: liill Anderson, Hill 'l'r:n'y, Dil-lt Proust-, llnlv Wzirlztntl. Durrol lfolvaiz. Advlim- Hallimin. lioh Strom. Ginza-r Ford. 1 o lboiittliiy. Sm-nlnl row: lmrzin Olsen, Nzinvy W:ili'ml, l.:tVnnni- Ui-ixrhtol, K':n'olyn Coop:-r, Mary lliitlvdizi-. .Ioan lislinuer, Gloria Fish. Mary nn Vznlwi-Il. .login Voss. Num-y lfisln-i'. V4-rift-iw Sh-walrt. 'Third row: Connie Ilouxrlas. .lohn Ma-l'oi-niick. lieu Si-hive, Jenn Hanson, .loan Fin wi Ann 1':ux:ni:iut1li. M:n'i:nim- Slvnhnn. llonnzi Mi-Munn. Vhzn-li-1-n I.:n':4on, Mary Doughty, Dorothy Walton. Fourth row: Don In-1:11-i', lliek lm! lti:'l1:n'd llzinsull. liolv Swan, Niel Tliolnpson, Hem- lVl:u'1'hi, lioh Ilevli, Bill Hzurun, llolr Antlvrson, Howzird Olsen, .lulnvs Grows, VVzillvl' liiehl Student li.ich month the forty-four Student Council members meet in room twenty-two to discuss current student problems .ind their solutions. The eighteen standing conunittees .ire in .ilmost constant action selling 'Tickets please' fimrum' -50 ticltets and ushering for school productions, turning on lights, checking lockers and cars, planning I'.T.A.'s, school parties and nequninting new students with our school. 'Salute to good days' flax I, K. lirst row, left In right.: lim-illv Grimes. Gloria Fis , - ' " ini 1' ' A Hllln. h Jann Lnnillylul, Canal llsh--r, Marilyn lux ':ll, Finger l'nrsl. :lm-line : 'f Ilnrrel l"ulvm.:. Sn-euml row: Gerald l'hinLZren, Gene Murehi, Joan Eslimter, Mm'jrvI'i1' M4'f'llll'4'. IAIVUIIIH' llvitrlilul, l'2ll'1'l3'Il f"'UlN'lN MNH Rulloilirv, Nnnvy VVnlrml, liill Amlvrsnn, liurim Olson. 'l'lxirml row: Waller liivhl, Arlo Duuixliiy, llnn Leirler, Rvizinuld Sehivv. M2ll'l2lI Nu-plmn. llnnnn MeMnnn, liuls Kist. lfhl Perkins, Diek llnrkhulnler. Jmnes Gross, lfunrlh rmv: lliek Hanson, lliek 1.1-ilu-in, Ilnlo Wurlal llolu Swim, Junn Voss, Nuney l"isln-r, Mary IJ-nnrlmty, Durutliy Walton, Cliurlvnv lizwsoii, liill 'l'rzn'y, Jzieli l'll1.el, lliek l'l'unm'. Council Bob Strom presided during tlic first semester and Dar- rell liolvag was elected vice-president, and Adeline llalligan was elected secretary. Second semester, Dar- rell, as president and ,lean l,undblad tlie new vice- president, journeyed witli several of tlie facultv ant advisors to the State Student Council Convention at Ames. Bill Anderson was elected secretary later in the year. 'NY'lieels at work' i'xer11fi1'e be as gt Xe., Guides sliow 'frosli' tlie way' Ul'fl'llf4lfi0ll 51 lim! 1 xx lmfll l 'o '. - o right: Marilyn liohrer, l"re1l Crouse, Mary Lou Mesrner, Gloria l'u1ls-rson. Sovillu Howzxrwl. Junive liarlwr. Wilma lim-rnn-r. ' -1 ww- 'urilvn Ytrieklanal lfluine Kralnskv Patsy Gordon. .loam Alvoril, Shirley Flare, Ah-la Urness, Georgia ln- I1 in lun llml nl N , 1 z..--imwli ,M. . . . ,. , wh. Milton Poisniek. lizirlmrn Iflziuuelis. June Holi. 'l'hircl row: Eli-:umr Kun-ster, Marjorie Minor, Palsy llmuxlns. Ruth Nil n, l'il!lllll' Mill Concert Orchestra The return of Marching Band students and new Sophomores put the Orchestra into rehearsal early in the second semester. This year's orchestra was one of the largest in many seasons and featured such numbers as 'Valse Trieste', 'Zanetta' and the overture to the symphony in B Minor. Some of the Orchestra's outstanding experiences were the beautiful Christmas concert and the annual Spring Festival with Ames High School under the direction of joseph Wagnier, the famous symphony conductor. Nlarilyn Rohrer U O R If llolw Nlanning C li l leanor Kuexler l l l Rex lirown If C Alnnel Ullicer S Ii 'l' ll R S A .1521 I. lm-inn, R051 Svliirv, Shirley Smilvy. M2ll'1IHri-I Iinrson, Rohr-rtzl Si-:Ive-r, Fhuvk Smith, Viviun l-'owh-r. In-ol'1Ji-:Inn llulvvrson. l"ourlh row Num-y Nnfv, Amlroy Johnson, lim-lmrzi Slimlvvnimt, Rir-hm-ml S-wzmson,-lon Mt-nvfet-. Ihfnn Amo, Iioh Risl. Walter Vi-1-laik, l'liH'oi-nl K1-ska llss 'l'liursun, .li-:iniiw VVliih'. lfiflh row: Arlvm- Hzmsnn, Mr, linker, .lim .Ir-sson. lluvo Spin-k, liolm Munninyr, Jam-I Ul'l'it'r-l', Keith Mort' 4 N I H 5 land. Nancy Ilan-lx, l'uul Smith, lol lomrlzis, Mary Govlwv, lluum- Ulsi-n. l'Ini'l Nelson, Dong Whiting. John liussi-Il, Ri-x lirown. Show Shop Orchestra At each year's musical production the Show Shop can be found hard .lt work in the pit providing the accompaniment for the soloists and choruses. This yenr's fine performance was the result of long weeks of rehearsals. Directed by Mr. Hathaway, this year's group was able to do justice to the score of 'Look Wl1o's Here!' the musicomedy. . ,53,, l"irsl row. lvfl 11- Viullt: llurlmrai Jolmfeon. Shirley Brooks, All-tu Orin-ss, Doris Brown, Juni-l Offim-r. Nnnvy Hnxiulinrst. Mum' Zi:-,Ili l':iIsy' Ilomflns, lVl:irilyn Mi'Kinr4lry. VVilm:l llvlmer. Herzllrlino Mvriel4', Ginuvr Fornl, ln1oi1enc- Suliekv, Mzirjory Minor, Marilyn liolirvr, Delo- llollzunl. Si-e-:ml row: ll--lor:-s VVinlxlu-. llulxy Hill. l':il Johnson. liilvvn Mm-n4 Nzlney l"islu'l', Rose Ann Vliristizxiisvri. llorollmy Meyer, . : loin Bvluzlrl, M:1i'Aym'y I ny, llntln- lll'IlH'I'j', ,lo Ann Voss, Low Jones, lVl:lrx::irvl Larson. lVlur.ioriv lfielsl, Nuney Knowles. Kippy Tziylor, .lonn l':innon Num-5' Wznlroil, llonnie Snyili-r. 'l'l1irrl lwm: I'l1:irIo11e Hoop, Ruth Knilek. Audrey Colson, John Holi, Kay llullssi-l'nmn, Iluli- i'ln'isli:xnsen A Capella llie .-X e.ipell.i, tlie goal of liopeful vocalists, is one city service clubs .ind tlie junior .ind senior liigli of llme lmrdest working of seliool Ol'gAll1ll.lfl0llS. ln seliool assemlwlies. On May ll, they united willi tlie .iddition to tlie ,I1l1.lllliSglYll1g, Cliristinns, and lhcea- Ames .ind lforl Dodge junior College elioirs for llie l.iure.1le concerts, lliey presented progmlns before llie ,lllllLl.ll Spring I-'esiiv.1l, directed by XVilli.1m Temple. l'ilC.lI1UI' Kuester, p1'es. l,ornn Olson, vice-pres. Rex Brown, trcns. Mary Rutledge, see. nn., ..54.. It-4 lh Ol son. liny Moi-lwk, Ilirk lirmvii. Marilyn Sll'lt'klnnil. Mary Rutlwlizv, Marv lmu Mi-ssni-i'. l'llPlll'il1 rmv: .li-:un l,iimln:i -' -' - -' iw on , l lil, l,li.in-vi lxi1.l Dirk Vroiisv, Austin Hmrzln. lizirl Huilsnn, Dick Hanson. llolm liruiiiuril, llill l'i'li'l':2m1. Ji-rry Nuriliiuisl, Nurmzin Gziilmvr, VV:ilnlu l.imllu'l'V ll'l'l'y lllllll. Williv Zllvk. lfill l"1-lluws. lhvh l'cl0i'smi. Dun Ni-llis, H0l'll2ll'll liill'l1'L', liill Foy, liulr lim-i's, Sum l':ini:inw, Nlairy Lou liuilcy nrnm lhiviilsmi. Not in pivliin-: Aiulroy Givso, llill 'l'i':u'y. Choir Umlcr tlic .mblc baton of Mr. Hntlmwny tlmc clioir ful to tlic members. The rlmytlim section and tlic rcaclictl new lmciglits of tone, blend, and musicinnsliip pianists, Loixin Olson and Dorothy Mcycr, also dcscrvc tlmt not only cnriclictl scliool progruins but was liclp- mention. Qu, , .,,. , c r, F3 : . L 4 'X 9' '- 131 qw ix 2 Q Q i I 2:11411 l i ,.. . - .. . V g , zttq' ,HU f - A :lining -A l W at :sf , f -.n , lliiuiuis l'lOl.l ANI: Mu. HAT1mxvAx' Bi1v..IoiumisoN Libriirian Director Custodian E55- urlvs Smith, lh'm'v blmilvy, l':iul Smith, Layton Stump. C'l:n'kv Stl-wurt, .Inn Mt-m-fi-1-, Ri-x limwn, Sli-rlinu Ainswnrlli. lhinm- lviuuil I.ur:in Second Period Choir , 4 t"'i Pi A A A i 4 l-'irsl row. left to right: Donna Hoorl, lfloralwl Tiizner. Shirley llruoks. Ramona Gibson, lilaine Kralosky, Donna Mi-Mahon Mary liadil, Darlene Seoll, Marilyn Williams, .leane-lie lrlaneon, Mary liarnell. Seemnl row: l'alsy Savage, Audrey VVinileloxx lil-ily I'ei-son, Coleen Yales, Gladys Hilton, Viola Graham. Dora Sehoenfiseh. Lneretia Walker. Shirley Lund, Louise Larson l'arol Winslow, Freila Awn. Thiril row: .loan Chillenilen, Mary Powers. Joan Alvoril. Lavonne Vross. Naomi Di-Villuiss, Diani VS'ah-rw, Norma Koesler, Phyllis Hines. Kalheryn Jones, Geraldine l'ai'lson, Marilyn VVillianis. l'aroI NY:-nm-I. .laeqnie Sehroilt lfonrlh row: l'l1vlis Denpe, Darlene Slanek. liernarul Farlee, lioli Peterson, Don Nellis, Diek Hansen. Ri:-harnl Shirley, l'lil lliamonil, lid l'ariter, Roy Moi-neh, Don Carver, Val,oiee Dixon. little seen or lienrd but most important .ire tlie two training clioirs tlmt twice weelxly meet to develop the techniques and voices that will make tlie coming years' .1 cappella clioirs. Under Mr. H.1rl1nwny's direction tlie clioirs master nmny songs, gain excellent experience and learn tlie fundamentals of good singing. iftlli Period Choir lfirst, row. left to right: Laura Lee Rorlenhorn. Coleen Whiting, Lucille Grimes, Patsy Hiekey. Darlene Eaton. Ruby Hill Mary Vnllin, Ann Cavanauxrli. Glorin Patterson. Seeonil row: Delores Winkle, Leila livanson. Delores Brown. liarliara Hain Ruth Laeinn. l.aVonne lleiizhiol, Marilyn Strieklanil. Margorie lfielrl, Margaret, Haugen. lilaine Will. l'a1 Kaufman, Shirle llierson. Lois llanren, Third row: l'ally Kuhn. liarla llnmme, Farrie Rosen, Beverly Vhamliers. Helly Sorenson. .loye Sehnllz. l'al lllaney, lf1ll'll1ll'Zl Niehols, Vivian l"owlel', Gi-ori:annc Halverson, Marianne Stephan, Marilyn Tunwall. Rose Aniler son. Marlene Daylon, l"ourll1 row: Doris Tliorsliakken, Marion Knutson, Art l'et4-rson, Kay llausserman. fillillll' Sehmok.-1 th lil l'anl Vlark, Lawrence Newsum, Lyle Urouse, Norman Ganmer, llale Christiansen. Leslie liinirharn, Sterling Ainswor , -I Ri heeon. Roy Butler, Ellen Case, Norma Davidson. -56- 5 MARQHING BAND Eight o'clock rehearsals were almost daily routine for this year's Marching Band. The fifty high school and fifteen junior College members mastered intricate formations for the Friday night football games. On Hallowe'en the Band journeyed to Mason City to play for the game but deep mud kept them from performing. The Band played for Home- coming, gave a concert, and ended their year with the annual party. Leading the Parade PAUL SMITH, Drum Major Audrey Giese, Lois Tullis, LaVonne lieightol, Leila livnnson 157-.. 1 XXL my IIHST RUW, li-fi lu right: Murirurvl l.z1rsmi, linh 'l'yls-r. Shirley Smiley, Marilyn Mm-Kinslry, Nancy Wuli-ml. Gi-nririzi lm.. Nl.1,H,,,' mu M irsh. Milton l'nisnim-k, Shirley Hia-kv, llruve Smiley. SECOND ROW: Reg Sehivv. Lois Junes. Rirhzirnl Vi-:vim-, lVlzn'lys Willey, Kay lin H' MF- ll"V"Tl5' Nillvl, Mnigiurim- Minor, Richard Swanson, Jun Menefe:-, Ruherta Sz-avvr, llc-vi-rly lim-tim-r. Chnvk Smith, limri-rim' l'g-pi-rlu Concert After a nine game marching schedule the Concert Band became fully organized and began preparing its winter Concert program. This ycar's l"lliS'l' ROW, li-ft tu riuhl: Rei: Svhive-, lilainc Marsh, Shirley Smilvy, Milton l'niwnivk. SICFONID ROW: l"r1-emzin Glwmzit, l"re1l L-l'UllSt', Rex llruwn, llnh Mzinninif. BAND Couxc ll, IHIRII RUW Hill Mannin D I ' H Il I I mi , 1 IN 1, n e lilill. Q lifford kraka, Russell 'lhorson, Vlrylll Millard, Doris Thor-slmkkvn llnlu llonylnw Frefl Cronsi FOURTH ROW' Rix Broun Mr Ink I I Q ' h : u, 1-oris o nm, E nine VVill, Donna Meener. Joan Czuinmi, Slvrlimz Ainsworth, Iioli Rist, Wnltvr Vs-rlmik. Nor in lluunwr Gvmllim- Ml-"'l' I7 I H'l ' ' ' ' ' ' ' ' . -,' ' , . . 'L-. 'nu .mil , Leslie Bingham, Dun Nellis, Ilnvil- Spin-k. Ikoh I'i-If-rson. .lim .Ii-ssvn: Iiiilei-niun Grout uh Manning, Lyla- Crouse, Dull- VVurlnnd, Charlotte Hoop, Bob Hrabnk, Tom Balm, John Russell, liill Coy, limit: Whiting, llivk l'Im:lm-lmrt repertoire was, in a great part modern, and included sucli numbers as 'Mardi Grasf 'Headlinesf and 'Badinage for Bassesf Boogie woogie num- bers provied to be the most popular of tlie Band's music. Something new, in the way of comedy, was added: in a number entitled 'Guest Conductor' tlie effect was very amusing. Higliligliting tlie season were tlie Band's concerts for tlie junior and Senior liigli scliool assemblies and Ll public evening concert. M R. LA K li Director -59- lsilfgi Cl ARINVI' QUARTII ALL S'I'A'1'12 Criouus Small lnstrumental The aims of each small group were to better the musician- ship of its members and entertain the student body. The clarinet groups performed at school plays, the brass sextet and clown band alternated in furnishing laughs and pep for basketball games, and chamber music was played for many functions by the string quartet and Woodwind quintet. BRASS Sifgxnar Sturm. QUAR'l'I'.l l. STAT!-Q lNS'l'RUM IQNTAIA w'1BLUl7V'INlJQL'IN'l'l'I' C1,ow'N BAND and Vocal Groups On the vocal side, music for assemblies and between acts was rendered by the boys' quartet and girls sextet. These two groups also appeared, as did many others on this page, before down- town clubs. All State Band, Orchestra, and Chorus people were chosen from the larger bodies to represent the school in the state festival at Boone. Cl ARINIVI' QUAR'I'l.'I' ook Who's Here One of the best remembered presentations of the year was the musicomedy 'Look XVho's Heref The story took Sir Charles and Lady Markham's house party to Spain in search of jim Qtheir daughter's fiancej who had disappeared. Soon the plot became involved with bandits, revolution, spray guns and Sir Charles shouting for sleep. Witli ample comedy the show ended well for allg the romantic interests were straightened out and the pests were exterminated. The score provided many catchy tunes for the cast and choir and six excellent dance routines directed by Frances McNulty were added. ".llTTliRS" 'PHIN' AND PERCY VAST .lim Wallington . Loran Olson CASI- lfloritn liilom-n Moen Sir Charles , Ji-rry Norilquist Roger Gr--gory Cliirki- Slewurt Lady Susanne Marjorie Foy l'olislnm-1' Mnrkhnm Ali-Ln Urns-ss Horsefaee Al Sam Cumnmo l'hini-us U'lin-nrilon Austin Hopznn Mr. Pim. Norman Guumer l'n-inzy Murklmm Doris llrown Henry John Holt l'urn-ivnl Sloninirlinrn Dunno Wood Pierre. . Earl Hudson l"rnneisi'o Lciylon Stump The Pailre . llill l'i-It-rson -62 'Quiclx. I lcnry, thc l"Iit.' 'MY doctor prcwrilvcs-' P-1 .5 XX W , r 4 4 f ,J ' I 1 ' . s R 33 gk 70 yuusc rcnmcmlwr mc? IJIIIIICCY McNulty dnncus. 'l'm lvcing pursucd!' . ' ,I 4, ,A f ,, 'X fa L. 9 5 S A Tlw licwly'-wcdw 'lmr mc cxplninf 'Wfish I were in lSoQton.' .-631 Classes f 1 , Iuleultv Seniors i .L A i ll WYWW' if-K ,nfl ' g , i gf' f I Boys, athletics . I 3 HfXROl,ll Ruomns Kenlilurl West End S'rAk'rlNo the year with in record- brenking sales campaign, the Big Dodger staff early last full began the work of taking pictures and recording the year's school events. The old Panther room on the West was converted into Q1 new office, and after n few inci- S. -64- XI, BILL Wfou-ri Qbusiness manngerj Girls' athletics . ,,,,.Jlv- MR. CULVFR qadvimrl Publications dents of sections stealing others pictures, bickering over the one typewriter and covering the oHice and everything with glue, the Dodger was finished. Mr. Culver and Harold were always on hand to help the gang over the tough spots and though the work was hard everyone had a lot of fun working on the Big Dodger. Yun'-"-1, li 513.13 S i 1 -65.- 0- A Qi .1 1-a-s'rqg- 7 Time to admire . 0' .' 'l.et's use Bernhard Boldf Bon Davis fediturj +-,s' East End Most any time the Little Dodger staff can be found rushing to meet deadlines. Somehow, stories always come in late and at the last minute the staff is still clipping galleys and typing. Writing, makeup and folding aren't easy but the fun and memories are well worth the effort. Room nine fthe liastern publications ofhcej is the scene of constant noise and Miss SttAitoN FIRST SEMFSTIQR STAFF lditur limb Davis lluxinesx Xlattager lltmb llall lXtlYt'Fli'willQ: Nl.'lIl.lj.1L'l' Clarke Stewart C'ircnl.ition Nlanagers Ardea Algnod, Dorothy l3eNlC"ell Atlvertising Solititorx Marge liieltl, Norma Xlfebh, Ruth Kehm Pulalieity Reuortlx Bonnie llearn lfcature lwlitnrs Austin llogan, Nancy liislwr, lkill Anderson, Paul Clarke Maltt-tip lftlitor lVlary:lnn Cadwell Athletics Vfillie Zuclt, limb ljtlllgllli lit-porters Mary Powers, Imogene Saucke, lilaine Kratnslty, if 3' il Donna Legg, glnltnne Voss, .Ioan llarhaelieuk, Marilyn Tunwall, .loan Pro- liaxka, Mary lintiiglity, Donna Guenther. Beverly Chambers, Shirley lfvans Ginnie Douglas. l'at Savage. L..- Assembly line Ideas for next issue Publications ,v i folders i Thursday night activity that even so results in the Little Dodger of every other week. Under the direction of Miss Sharon and Bob Davis the paper enjoyed wide circulation and popularity. ,, .. Simplicity To Be Theme A Om-flu! Ph, Rudow: . 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SANS Soucit The lfreneh C'luh was a one-man S .1 s.P.Q.R. largest of the language clubs is the S.P. Q.R., which initiated sixteen plehs this year. As tirst semester ofiieers the club elected Margaret Rodenlmorn, presidentg Audrey liriekson, vice-president: Norma Perry, see- retary, and lluls lieeh, treasurer. Second term otlieers were lfarl Hudson, presidentg farol Holm, s'it'e-president: lid Perkins, see- retary, and Clark -lnhnson, treasurer. The eluh had several parties, a luneh-box initia- tion, and its annual 'Romani lianquetf Gr' organization this year with all mem- hers, but one, girls. Presiding over the first term meetings was Mary Ziegler assisted hy -loyee Kallin, s'iee-presi- dent, and llill Hagan, set'retat'y- treasurer. Rex Brown entertained the club at their Cfhristntas party: they also exchanged gifts and ate lireneh pastry. Second semester -Iayne .vs- -Iohnstun was elected president: Imo- gene Saueke, vice-president: Mars' l,ot1 Bailey, secretary-treasurer. Dur- ing the year the eluh had several business meetings accompanied hy .i program, This year was one of constant activity for the Y-Teen Club. Through- out the football season members operated the refreshment booth at the stadium. Food was collected at Thanksgiving and toys at Christmas to be distributed among the needy. During the year the programs .TFE37 included movies, panel discussions and guest speakers. The year's most ,Il ,ll , N inscribed with the basketball scl1etlule4Wl1o didnit buy one?-there's one left. ' Friendship week was a great success with the sweat shirts and tags passed around. ' Under 'Kue's' leadership the club had a peppy and eventful year. yt. T Y .U IL I' - memorable project was the selling of those thousands of red pencils 'gxgbig' Utlifers in Conference. Thanksgiving Basket. Big Sisters Direct. liriendship Week Duties. t fax. , . QMPT Si! ann. I-vurniiiienl uliere llwx' midi liiwl in lxtempur- in ' WWW lJI'.ISAiI'IiRS Xltlwngli Nllhlll in mimlver, lliexe fuur deluters ure iluli mn ull xxnlli limuiiw .il lmlli the Cine e--us .mil .Mler lliliuer Spealcilig, sccimd in De' lung .mil lliird in Ridm wurk. .md ilic liixlricl lixcmic li-,iligue wliere lliev captured lirsls in -11.11-vri .md 1.ldw xpe.1liing, xecuml in extenipurf L-4-in .xml llvlrd In dclulc. -ludy Alwell .md Mill lim l'iiisx1iclx qu.lllilc4l lui' llll' SLIKL' lnvul'n.ln1enK. LIBRARIANS l:.icli permd uf llie d.1y, students can lie liiund working lvcliind Ilie counter in llie lxlwmrx' enrmm, one credit for ilu- yenr's work. 'l'Iicy must learn the fUI1Ll.llUL'I1l.llK of library work. guviiig ilu-in xelves xulv-prufesxim1.1l training .md pruvnding 1 valuable service to :lie sclmul. xii f ,Qual-f Auf' 1--.--yn ,-, -Qi., PI CLUB lliis group. ll1C newexl ul wclnml clulm, was liiirnied early in Ducemlver for :lie priming fans. Ruger XYZ-.lver sms elected president: Dick Hruwii, vice- pf'L'KlClL'I1l,.l!1Li Dun lftlel,xecrelary-Ireaxurer. 'l'lieir original prujecl fur xlie year was llie Student Uirecmry but lllCy were lllldhll' lu du rlie juli .und decided In wurk im imlividunl prfijecis. STAGE CREW' Hardest working of the school's organ- ized groups is the stage crew. They receive little of their deserved praise for their fine work on school presentations. The crew supplies the scenery, controls the lighting and docs all the necessary utine work that makes each produc- ion smooth running. The stage crew has done a wonderful job this year, and the school is grateful for all the time and work they have devoted. gf K Au... Setting the stage for Christmas Mr. Waterman Directs rw Sampling 'paint' on each other 53: 5545? 53:55. 1525: N fiii: f Sl? .-711 Mama-UP CREW Armed with jars of rouge. powder, lip- stick and endless quantities of cold cream and ltleenex, the make-up crew was able to transform this year's actors into anything from the juvenile to the aged. This group has the task of mak- ing up the casts for all the dramatic and musical productions. The mem- bers meet to discuss various make-up techniques. This group has been traincd in the malte-up class which meets every Monday for ten weeks in the fall. Fresh Air Taking the place of the Senior Play of previous years was the three-act comedy given by the Dodger Players late in April. The plot evolved around an Iowa Picnic held in California and also included a princess, two possessive mothers and their daughters, kidnapers, a pantless Gov- ernor, and a talent scout. All of the acts took place in a Los Angeles park. A combination of fast-moving dialect, good lines and impossible situations made the year's last dramatic presentation a success with the audience. 'O, reallyl' 'So you're here againl' 'Ignorance is bliss.' ga 55 4.543 0 A s! -S min- C in jerry Nordquist Betty Wootlruff ,. ,Ieanne Mitchell Duane Wood Williiin Abbott liloyd Auwaeter Frances McNulty Ginger Ford Dodger Players was-I Fresh Air CAs'r Mary Powers Earl Hudson Paul Smith Bill Peterson Norman Gaumer Layton Stump Pat West Margaret Rodenborn Meeting with the Panther Players the dramatic club enjoyed seven meetings this year. The group held a party and at meetings was enter- tained by plays, dialogues, and skits. After tryouts exclusive in the club, members were cast in the presentation 'Fresh Air.' Donuigu PLA Y Las FIRST ROW. li-ft to riulil: lfrunms McNulty. Jimnitu Wmzpzoiiur, Ili-fort-s lin-vliwnld, Put Blum-y, liilly Abbott, Marilyn Mi'Kinslry. SKFOND ROW: Marjorie l'or!ur, Put Wfst. Putty Doiuzlus. Juxiy Atwvll, Murgurvt ROIl0lll!OlH. Luoivu Hnrson, Adriun Sauifor. THIRD ROVV: Gilmer Ford, Chur- lvvn Svhroeler, Mury Powers. Mom: Miller, Mar- j'rim-'l"i4-ld. Marin- Romli-un, Ummm- Wood. FOURTH ROW: Phil Diamond, Hownrml Olson, Floyd Auwa:-ti-r, Jon Mrn -fre, Paul Smith, Gilhz-rt Slunek. l"ll"'l'H ROW: Holi Joralison. Will Q- Zin-k, Earl Hudson, Norman Guunn-r. Hill Peterson, Jerry Nordquisl. W?5ls3' ,ivy K if, V n,"'Knn-' All School Play Nite The first production of the year was four one act plays in recital. Drawing their talent from the entire student body the plays provided varied kinds of entertainment. Al5TliRWARlJS was an unusual drama concerning twJ young people, victims of an accident, who suddenly discovered they were dead. However, they found their true selves and faith to meet their destiny. Phyllis Thelander Patil Smith Phil Diamond Betty Woodruff Bill Peterson Howard Olson ANTIC SPRING introduced six young people who decided to go on an auto trip and day of picnic that re- sulted in a comedy filled with pranks, mishaps, and the humor of young people at play. Marjorie Field Bob jordison Willie Zuck Marjorie Porter Juanita Waggoner Ronald Adams MARRIIZD AT SUNRISE. Suddenly two people fell in love and decided to marry. This decision threw the girl's family into panic but all was patched up for a happy ending. Margaret Rodenborn Layton Stump Norman Gaumer Marie Rondeau Pat West Leona Hanson CURSE YOU .IACK DALTON, 4 ld in o -time melodrama complete with scheming mothers, a sobbing heroine, ind .1 'handle-bar moustached' villain, brought the recital to an end. Mona Miller Gilbert Stanek Floyd Auwaeter Pat Blaney Frances McNulty Charleen Schroeder Jerry Nordquist 'gmwi "'Afll'l'WZlI'1lSq, 'I don't know my nnmcf on " Anliv Spring' 'l,ct's cnt lmcrc' "Married an Sunrise" 'You lied to us.' Lgww W "Cursv You. ,Ian-k llullon '-lack, S.lYL'l11C!' Ci11'1s Buys Anlmlcrics Athletics ljlfijtlxall Pmslactlmll XVrcst1ing Tennis 1'msc1x111 Track lntrnm urals 1P1a1'y Hmurs 77-6 83-91 92-97 98-1111 103 104-105 106-1117 108 11111C,m' 'Www Mwff-wht' 3 Kippy T.1x'1o1' N1.1I'y'Z1Cg1Cl' 13111 XY'u11'c . , 'Z gr x 1 vw.. fr nfcramuralls w Miss NORI?5l.NN cl Dressing Room Scramble Sl71lH7l'l70L1ft1J ,I-dbh, 7-Hum Carol Fisher .md Arlene Englmlm Lou Demos Miss Moss Girls Playing Fieldbnll ,pn .-78-.. l:llil.DBAl.l.CHA1N1PS liirst row: Bonnie Hearn, Arden Algood, Vivian Peterson, Phyllis Phillips. Second row: Ermal Pet- erson, La1Vonne Kullman, Doro- thy l7cWell. Third row: Florabel Tigner, Erma Peterson. Vol.l.iaYuALL CHAMPS First row: Shirley Olson, Bonnie Snyder, Carmen Hnmell, Gloria Holley. Second row: Charleen Shrocder, joan Taylor, Carrie Rosen. ANY Towns Toon' ? P ? Ermal Peterson Erma Peterson Bonnie Snyder EES E58 SESS si 'RQ IS Q5 ws ........., . I.: A' ., 'V wi .lf IH In lg: Ill ell Ill I :H Ill Ill lll Ill -nl I.. I... fl-- lll Ill lg! Ill Ill Ill is, Ill , ig yx 153 The Oldl Swimmin' Hole "Hang your clothes on a hickory limb-" Bciglitol Special Flying Fish Help ??? LIFESAVING .. 82 - - E. . all 4 f nw as nn K. hw .1 fwf .-a--Vf..-- in W' ,ff 5 i gg s n 1 U :S 1 fa e x at 1 S-. MK, -"J" 5 X 5 F' - e QAQ , I x . .,,. P -, ae' , -V, 1 We g-- A ,I ' . f ' " J A : ' A,.. Z Q Q F. J M "I 1 3 af? ' 'Q K 1 .si ' , , if M -J 3 'Y' iw Q Q M555 K Y . " , ,' J ' 1 M . , iw' M M' J M Quai 4' 1 " 7 " mf K 5-. f X 1, if . xr '93 is "nifu933g?4f Jfsuk-', f 32 4 k Vg., W 1, fs Q,-Q. Q Q VI," V Ms al 1501! W 1191 in 'Q M In W ,ts K T ,r x ,' ff -43' g f ff 13' 5 , "' ' f?'f.,iyf"-1, 1 ,Af f,, 3 J A ,, 11 1,, 4- 5, V1 rf' Q ff sf' 35. ' ' M ifgf 3 k 'jk QQ? I wa X Q. A ,, Y f Q' ' A , ar " fffxwx U' 4 A, L ia, 4, WR V -A P1 53368 M TQ . 3, , , . Q '..1i,fsV!L 'JAM' 'J Q , 3, , fy-ff, .gh MAL kY5 'm6wZ , mb Q, .. xy .X sig' ! w 4 A rn. or .QQ " A A, W .. W, .kifff as Q I - J ' iz. pw Z 1 - g .-r Q4 , .4 ,Jw 'Y I 3 I A D J . legal... h 5,-'N,..., 8 ' . ,' ' fi' ,wah H' ,, Qmvk V P4 -f.: ,215 5 Nucleus FIRST ROXV, left to right: Ronald Messerly, Bob Strom. Gene Hay, -lack Stewart, .lim Finch, Maurice Anderson, Karl Burch. SECOND ROXV: Bob Anderson, Sam C.nn.uno. Harry Kiliper, Bob Kirkberg. Q Varsity Squad K Q B 0 ' KN' 7 N 1 sf." 95' ' +68 -142054. .. ' 'pf Y' 48-I-5.2 FIRST ROXV, left to right: Douglas Whiting, Dan Rosen, Duane johnson, Bob Cnppelle, Bob Strom, john W'ood, Pete Beukel- nun, Gene Hay, ,lim lfileh. Bob Kirkberg, Karl Burch, Maurice Anderson, Bob Iitlel, jerry Blomberg, Sam Cnnmmo. SIICOND ROXVQ Austin Hogan, Bord Nordmnrk, lfnrl W'iess, Lawrenee Nswsum, john Tlionms, ,lim Gross, Lyle Crouse, Glenn Knudson, limb libersole, Bob Rich, Bill Vfinston, Roy Dillon, Bill Hagan. ,luck Stewart. Larry XViewel. THIRD ROXV: Gene Marehi, Ger- .lld Chingren, Niel Thompson, Roy Moeneh, PM Fisher, Don Sell, Harry Kiliper, Bob Anderson, Bob Beers, Melvin Peed, Gordon Green, Bob Rankin, Gene Rnrhermel, Charles Fortner, .lirn Fox. KNIilfI.lNG: Student Managers, jim Reed, Lloyd Hanson. .-.85-, Vmtsrrv Cozxcnics Varsity Student Manager Q, mi- A A Ltovu HANSCJN Howard Bath Forrest Marquis ' Ben Duea' Football When Coach Forrest Marquis issued the call for football seventy-eight hopeful men reported. With these boys, including a nucleus of six lettermen, Coach Marquis and his assistants, line coach Ben Duea and backfield coach Howard Bath, began developing the gridiron aspirants. 0 After several weeks under a blistering sun, minus a considerable amount of weight, Fort Dodge took the field against candidates, Loras Academy. Slowed up by a wet field the boys showed up well -s defensively but the offense came only in spurts. johnson put across two touchdowns for the Dodgers but Loras countered this and added VST' 'E j a drop kick for a conversion: Loras 13-Fort Dodge 12. 0 The next Q f week the Red and Black, somewhat wiser, played the Polar Bears from A Des Moines. Two passes, Camamo to Messerly for a touchdown and Kirkberg to Burch for the conversion, put the Dodgers ahead. North X ' put across a touchdown but failed in the conversion attempt. With Gm, mm.ligl'lfjlR,'-:ggtlngi the bmlc' Messerly playing outstanding ball defensively and offensively the score was Fort Dodge 7-North Des Moines 6. 0 Disaster hit Fort Dodge at East Sioux City. Ruge was injured and was lost for the remainder of the season. Camamo, Messerly and Kirk- berg also left the game with injuries. With these men lost there was no power in the second half although Thompson kept them at bay with expert kicking. East Sioux City 25-Fort Dodge U. v At West Waterloo the Dodgers played in mud under a downpour of rain. West gained an early two point lead on a safety. Drives were halted many times by fumbles. West Waterloo 14-Fort Dodge 0. 0 Commaek and company visited Fort Dodge using classy plays. Handicapped by injuries. the Dodgers could not make a comeback. East Waterloo 25-Fort Dodge 0. 0 Although the score did not indicate it the Dodgers played a smart game of ball the next week. Several powerful drives were stopped just short of the goal against a big East Des Moines team. East Des Moines 25-Fort Dodge 0. 0 An inspired team hit the Held the following week. After outfighting Ames for three quarters the defense lagged and Ames made two touchdowns in the Hnal stages of the game. High points of the game were Camamo's Fine kicking and Kiliper's two touchdowns. Ames 19--Fort Dodge 13. I A brick wall made several goal line stands in the Cement City the next week. The Red and Black held a determined Mason City drive and tied them in a well fought game. Mason City 0-Fort Dodge 0. v Although the Dodgers lost games they were on the winning side in experience, fellowship and fine sportsmanship. "B" SQUAnCoAcH1as i i "BN Squad Student Manager mm -is -Q ' , ..,. ii if g Y : .flllfLl,ylllll,Q Xi' X v ,v M RICHARD DILLMAN Coach Bob McCaffrie Coach W. E. Raker The second, but little cited, of our football squads in Fort Dodge is the "Bn Squad. Here Coach Raker and Coach McCaffrie direct future Varsity boys in their formative stages. This year, although playing varsity teams from surrounding towns, they won half their games. A little green at first, they were defeated at Manson 24-7 and here in Fort Dodge they bowed 12-0 to Boone. In the following games they found their stride, knocking off Eagle Grove 12-0 and Webster City 7-0. The most outstanding traits of this year's "B" aggregation was their balance and aggressiveness at the end of the season. These qualities, along with the training and experience, will prove valuable to future Dodger teams. .fist ,-.27,,, .-,W ,au ll fs FIRST ROW, left to right: Valdon Nerhus, Don Benson, Jack Kirby, Bob Jordison, Ed Robeson, Keith Biegszer, Pat Halligan, Roy Holden. SECOND ROW: Ron Burnell, Don Burke, Jack Woods, John Tarr, Charles Woodard, Dick Hansen, Tom Burke, Joe Whelehel, Bruce Kammarmeyer, Kay Bausserman, John Hamilton, Lester Bingham, Dan Berry. Connie Gerdes, Jim Baker, Lloyd Cleven. Jack Etzell, James Ellstrom. THIRD ROW: Roy Butler, Garry Cordes, Jack Rogers, Dick Thompson, Dick Lethem, Charles Ilitzerbhercxzcg-,HRoy Patterson, Emmett Flynn, Jerry Auten, Carl Woodard, Clark Cox, Jack Hagan, Virgil Millard, Student Man- ager ic 1 man. AN-ag GIQNI5 RA1'maRMtaL - I-Ialfback Gene seemed to Find every hole JERRY BLOMBI-iRG - Tackle His consistency produced results. Bon ETztz1. - End an Q "HUB always tried. QQ 416' awww Niall- THOMPSON - Quarterback Did :A line job of kicking in the Sioux City game. A triple threat man for next year. and extra inch. DICK Ruse - Center A key man who was lost early in the season due to a leg injury. "S-mi MAURICE ANDILRSQN - Tackle Maurice always used his weight to the best advantage. viii 'hte' is MELVIN PEED - Tackle Roughness was his motto. a-Pau 'lm "ISV HARRY Klumav. - I-Inlfback In C.IPlJlI1'ClCEln for next year xx hu can really scratch gravel. Bon Cnvmaui - End His fingers sccmcd to bc glued on the receiving end of a pass. SN Shu ...pn-wm....,,, :his year. Ax RON Miassniu Y End ln nur minds Run ms as 1 in bust end in ilu st.ltL -Am Bois Bums Qu u tcrb.u.k Produced sonu hood drugs i T' Pli'l'i-.it BliUKlil.,lXlAN - Center Vfliat Pete lacked in size lie made up fur in "serappiness." best quality. KVJDK 'an-nv DAN Ros1aN - Guard The smallest man stopped the biggest men. Lmuu' WIEWIQL - Halfback If he has the will ncxr year l1e'llbel1ard to catch. fu. 'W rf' U' 43. - -IACK STi1wfta'i' - Center -gt J Seldom did he produce .1 poor pass. Grams HAY - Guard Stendinesi was Gene'S that will produce results next year. HUM .nw .Q J-.-tu G1zN1aMAitc:H1 - Guard He could talk any team up. Glikfuam Cl1IN6illl'N - Guard Gained tlle experience this year CE 'C' ,-Q -.4-...gy .l W 'W' His height was used successfully 'Wfi' l Bon AND1iRSON - Fullback Could be counted on for extra yards. DUANE JOHNSON - I-Ialfback Iilusive and speedy as a rabbit. nauvkg' M-'w.,,.P KARL Buxton - End on the receiving end. BILL HAGAN - Hnlfback wrl1CI! Bill hit you, you knew you had been hit. BOB STROM - Guard He would be a valuable GSSCI to Llny ICTIFIL -all'lNf'Q, 'hu-..,,,,,, SAM CAMAMO - Fullback A head of steel and a toe of gold. JOHN Wfoou - Tackle He had a competitive spirit. DA 11947648 Baskeltball Season f H' X .lrnlty Coach W. A. CQUODMAN IN 1.1-'ul ru, lforwnrd CQRANTRHINliHAR'I',l:0l'W1lI'Li Bon BH-ks, Guard jm ITl'rci11, Guard, Caplaiu Wifi I.l oyo HANSON, Guard .I sl .1-is-1-f' Kam. Buitctt, Center The Seasons Record During the winter months the sports spotlight cen- tered upon basketball, and this year Fort Dodge can justly be proud of the performance turned in by the '47-'48 Dodger Ballhawks. Although losing two regulars after the Hrst semes- ter and one in the critical part of the second, Coach Goodman moulded an aggressive club. But the ever present jinx put the team on the short end of the count. A number of games were lost by two points or less and three overtime thrillers were played. In liort Dodge a season is generally considered a success if Webster City is beaten. This year's quintet turned the trick twice. Outside of loop play they defeated Ames and Boone. both major contenders in the state finals. The boys won the District Champinship by downing Trinity of Sioux City 49-34. They were defeated by Central of Sioux City 42-36 in the Sub- State Meet. ln any other loop, their aggressiveness. keeping them in the game till the final gun, would be tops. It must be tal-ten into consideration that they are playing the toughest competition the state has to offer. Don Legler, forward, led the scoring punch with 165 points, closely followed by Captain Fitch with 129 points. Grant Rhinehart, forward, poured in 62 points in a little less than half a season's competition. With four returning lettermen and a star studded crop of reserves coming up, the prospects for next year are bright. They may be the ones that have the punch to win the loop title and be a major contender for the state title. IL-11 In r A S. 1 lglll: .I.l.'k S ' . J-', R.1lpl1 Andcrx LQWAFK, Karl liurrlx, .Ilm lfilclu, Huh I'-1101, ld Munn x lrk l ll l IM lv l5curN,LQr.1l1l Rllil1Cl'lll'l Dun ILM I lllll . . A' ur. H.u'ry Kilipcr. .md Huyd ll.1nmn. lx al - , '.0I'W.ll'd TRAVlfQl.ING SQUAD -Luau S'l'1.xvAu'1', Center 'S-Q.. J . Bon lilll l , Gun VARMTY SQUAD 'ax rd R.-'kl,l'H ANU: RSON, Forward l,IliS'I4 ROXV, lcfl lu right: l.lm-J H.mx.m, Dun l,cglcr,l5ub I"llCl,kliI1l I'ilL'l'l, Karl Burch, Pmla I'rcurs,CQr.1nl Rhine- lurl, Sl'K'ONl7 ROXXE' Clucll Muquis, .lack lfllul, lfd Ywcunuy, ,lark Stcxxxxrl, Ralph Andurwn. ll.u'ry Kulipcr. Wald lm Hur , Knlbcrx Nlmlcnl M.m.lgrr Hub Rich, Clmulm CQuuJl11.lr1, Tllllilb RUXY: Hub Buch. C'l.xrk -Iulmmn, 0 L ' g Smvmrk, Hill lm-lluws, Bob Rankin, I"lwn:ml bluhnwn. -96- RESERVE SQUAD IIRST ROW, lL'l.l lu riglitg Tuiii Pingcl, -Iulin T.irr, -Lick Kirby, Lloyd Clcvcn, Keith Bicggur, lfmmctt Flynn, v M4-yi-r, l'li.irlcw liulcnlvcrgcr, 'llwm Burke. SIQCONU ROXV: Slicrman Roc. Dick Lctlicni, ,lim lhkcr, klcrry ICH, llrucc K.lIllIl1.lI'lIlUyCl', -Lick Rngcrx Leslie Bingliam, -lim llulancy. v.ll'5ily' Student N Bon Rlcrll "B" Conch L. E. THOMAS 'Wi f'-Q? B" Stmlciit Manager Dick HANSUN In f THE ARTISTS OF LUCTATION FIRST ROW left to right Harold Hayungs, Dick Burkholder, Tom Lynch, Bob Stearns, Dick Brown, Kenny Erie John Holt Gerald Chingren Melvin Feed Maurice Anderson SECOND ROW: Coach McCa.ffrie, Pat Halligan, Ed Hayek, Jamie vi, The wrestlers, this year, started the season with four lettermen. Bad luck prevailed throughout the season, permitting twenty-three boys to wrestle on the team. The squad came through in fine shape, however, winning five and losing four. The boys always came through when the going was toughest, and wrestled their most outstanding match when they overpowered the Thomas jefferson matmen of Council Bluffs. RE Fort Dodge ,,e.,eer,e,, Fort Dodge ,,..,e,l..,, Fort Dodge ......,,,,,e Fort Dodge ,e,,..,., 7, Fort Dodge .....V,..... Fort Dodge Fort Dodge ,...,..,.... 1 8 Fort Dodge ..........,. 18 R 1947 AND 1948 East Waterloo ,, ., ,725 East Des Moines. .7 ,. 3 North Des Moines, , ,,.,l . 0 Eagle Grove. ,,,,..t,,, . M27 Mason City 7 ,.., tt,er.o ,,o, , , .17 West Vfaterloo.. ,,.e forfeit TJ. C.B. ,.., Y.,,. . 7, ,t,.l2 Eagle Grove se,...,. 22 Fort Dodge ,.......,... 9 Clarion ,,.,..,..,,..,.. ,,.,,, 2 5 Big Seven.--- ....... Second District ......,.,.,e Second State l,........., Seventh THF ENTIRE SQUAD-FIRST ROW, loft to right: Harold Hayungs Duck Burkholder Tom Lynch Bob Stearns Dxck Brown Kenny Erie lnhn Hull, Gm-nld Chingrun, Mvlvin Pr-ed, Maurice Anderson SECOND ROW VlTi,ll Millard Ifrank Holm John Powers Pat Halhgan Ed Huymk Jllllllm' lillslrum, Lyle Crouse, Ernie Babbitt, Pull Hudson John Hambleton Ihllllp Harms: Valdon Narrxs THIRD ROW Allen Kmmlvs, Dun Allison. Don Struhar, Ray Holden, Elmmr Larson Herb Andnrson John Thomas Jerry Black btudent Manager Duk Janobs IOURYH ROW: Couch Dun-u, Don Nelson, Carl Woodard brad Cartee Jxm Fox Bob Armbrusur Coach McCaffrxe HLQAVYWEIGHT X 5 Maurice Anderson Bob Strom Pat Hall1g.1n Ed Hayek Bob Stearns l lunywuiglxt 123 pounds 118 pounds 118 pounds :F-' . J ,V Tom I x nch p undi 145 Pnuxns Dick Stcarns Cnr1ldC,l1i11gl'c11 H5 pnunds - L Ubi 1 4:6 .J an Sam Camnmo John Holt ISS pounds 129 pounds Kenny Eric Harold Hnyungs Mdx m Pud IZ9 pounds 95 pounds puum s he Buys was Aft Wmrk qi- ' x lea? 1 ilhvf , - 5 ggi' pled 4 Qi .X an-,.... M. E fue' if My wigs eb W ' wfmifig k ,, W- Wm 41521, at 4 M 7 iff L' fqfflf -immsaewqaiivs. -I mmg, ffff K f -' W 1 fzwmw i ,, -..-,...----.-v.-.....,.-........-, .,-.-1 Q1 , Tennis SQUAD FIRST ROW, left to right: Doug Whiting, Gene Rathermel, Bob Ebersole. SECOND ROW: Jack Hagan, Mike Mulroney, Bob Rich, Bill Manning. Whiting Rnthermel Y. V Y..-., V-., W-. .. , X . ,ww , ..-,,....- -- ,.... . ....,,,,,-...,.-...-:-., ,--, T mswmw' f , J . 2 - l ' , 4 R . . LL - A A V um i vb.. I 30553 Rae COACH BATH 1947 RLLORD I-qrt Dodge 0-Ames 6 A L in Fort Dodge 6-Mason City 0 ' L Fort Dodge 2- Roosevelt QD.MJ 4 ' Z ' Big Seven Meet,fourth District first ElJCI'SOlC - 103 - Returning Lcttcrmcn Wiring, Rathermel Baseball . . A...:. r , M 55 . I W gy 'K- N f' in Q as A .ua gmbhnur ffllmlgg mm M55 1 'Y ' - 1 gm V H f i M U 'A mm frying, 'ffl 4 QW X I Nz FIRST ROW, left to right: Bob Anderson, Bob Beers, Elwood John son, Tom Thompson, Jim Baker, Jim Fox. SECOND ROW: Larry Wiewel, Milo Lund, Charles Woodard, Harmon Utley, Bill Daniels, Bill Fellows, Bob Rankin, Jack Etzel. 1947 BASEBALL On April 3rd, the 1947 baseball season opened at Dodger Stadium. On that day the Dodgers suffered their only loss in pre-tournament play. They came back from this to defeat Eagle Grove and were triumphant over the next seven teams. Bowing to them were Pomeroy, Dayton, and Manson, twice each. They gained revenge over Eagle Grove by countering the previous loss with a win. The Big Seven meet was rained out and postponed. The Dodgers did not attend this at the next date due to the termination of school. The next obstacle on the ball club's schedule was the sectional meet. They came through this in fine style by first defeat- ing Somers and outclassing Corpus Christi of Fort Dodge in the final game. However, they didn't have the punch to put them over Cooper Township and were beaten in the first round of the District Meet. jerry Shaffar, Bob Anderson, and Tom Thompson did a Hne job on the mound. - They were ably assisted by their teammates with Captain Fevold and Wold leading the batters. With seven returning lettermen and a host of pros- pective ball players, the future looks good for Lisle Townsend, who takes over Coach McKinstry's duties on the 1948 coaching staff. COACH LISLE TOWNSEND - 104 - 3 IORTQUUUG1 B unrbunn 5' I main, dh B B , , W ,N i RIZTURNING I.li'l'TliRMliNI Elwood johnson, Bob Rankin , Tom Thompson, Bob Anderson, Bob Beers, jack Etzel. 'W' g il U ls-7 V ",B Student Manager Bud Taylor . -'o- uif'?Sf:4i " --105- 5 - - . -.. ,........i..--Q Track if 1947 SEASON Q The 1947 track season was another marked with success for Dodger athletes. The thin-clads consistently walked off with top honors in the local triangular meets. They copped the l team trophy at the Sac Relays where they dominated almost every event. They set four new records and won four out of five relays. The boys placed third in a tough Big Seven meet. This squad garnered more points at Valley than any other team had in recent years. If a team trophy had been given at the State Teachers relays, the Dodgers would have received it by winning three firsts and placing in other events. At the Mid- west Classic, the Drake Relays, our 440-yard relay team took fourth and they took third in the State meet. The bright light of the season was Bob Brown's second consecutive State high hurdles championship. The Dodgers placed ninth in the State IUCCK. 1 N x ' Coacmzs BEN DUEA AND W. E. Raman Sam was our only four-year letterman in track this year. Although he was sure of a place Sam Camamo on the squad, he worked harder than anyone else. ,-- -- V - , ,. ,, H, ,.. .-......, aff ' 35 . . ' H' e -' i ' , . ge' am. 'L g 'V :ii ..,- , . - t ' ty ' .., S+' ' ' to ' .w .rg I Mlm' N 94 I J wgygyi I Ky' x SA Qi 'x I if . , ., , V YM., ' ti -1 i H. if FIRST ROW, left to right: Don Sz-ltz, Diek Sampson, Gordon Green, Gene Marehi, Dick Ewen, Willie Zuck, Gene Hay, Karl Burch, Gerald Chinizren, Sam Camamo. SECOND ROW: Bill Tracy, Jim Reed, Dick Mitchell, Clark Stewart, Harry Kiliper, Virgil Millard, Bill Heileman, Dick Munn, llill Swan. Bill Hagan, Lloyd Hanson, Jim Fitch. THIRD ROW: John Hamilton, Bill Winston, Fred Rennke, Melvin Droege, Bill Hotz, Vnldon Nerhus, Bob Jordison, Bob Brainard, Fred Carter, Bob Sterns, Jack Lokray. FOURTH ROW: Bob Beeh, Student Man- mzer: Roy Dillon, Charles Pitsor, Clark Johnson, Gilbert Stanek, Jack Stewart, Melvin Lieht, John Tarr, Dick Hanson, Maurice Anderson. FIl"I'H ROW: Gene Hedlund, John Cross, Albert Ford, Bruce Kammarmeyer, Herbert Anderson, Tom Burke, Dick Letham, Jack Woods, John Thomas, Tom Balm, Kay Bausserman, Coach Raker, Coach Dues. -106- . ,. ..... ...,.,, ,A ,. ...--........,..,,........, 1 Q 1 v .sd ' y X 'fi , X ' ,Q X Q n 4 YY D0 'W Q , rv - - H Q' 0 is 0 - ACDA6' XZ. .XX Rri'rukN1Nu LI"l"ll'RhiI'N! Sam Cnmnmo, W'ilIic Zuck, Dick Sampson, Gcrnld Chingren, Bill Tracy, Don Scltz, Gordon Green, Gene Hay, jim Fitch V, .M n -W- ah es ' wa, Student Manager Bob Bcch 5 N.-U w. . -107- -l tr muir l BASKETBALL CHAMPS Coixcii Wiuunr FIRST ROW, left to right: Douiz Whiting, Bob Eber- sxil, Bula Ixouulas. SECOND ROW: Dunne Brown, Jerry Linn. Roy Dillon. WRESTLING CHAMPS v-AV COACH '33 Plvri' TT . X i I li -1 i A - ,1 I , fl I I FIRST ROW lIA'fI.l0riL!l1Ii Duane lirown Ernie Mori Frank Herring Arthur Hill Ili nal I Moon' Slit UND ROW Juek Elm-I .lim I-'itch Ai lo Doughty The Iiorl Dodge llijqh Seliool Intramural program entertained .mother highly Successful year during I9-I7 and I9-18. Under the direction of Conch XVrigI1t and Conch Pippett, nearly 150 buys participated in the progmm. Although not pictured above, the swimming clmtnpiom were Carl Nlifuodnrd, winning tlirec cvcnts, -lack Rogers, winning two, and Roy Holden and Bob Nord- quist, one each. -108- After Hours 4 11947 Homecoming Queen ADELINE HALLIGAN Ii1,rANoR Cmiws IVIARY LIITGI.IiR Queetfs Attendants K.txl1n'C,I1mUcr1 lfllslu N1 nu' RU'l'l1'Dc'1' -111- Bnz'r'rY Hnuxucu he Dodger Gmes A i'APlil.I.A C0155 CIIRISTMAS CAROHNCS Monkey face! .Xu ....-- 7- vu' ,--v X, Sock Hop Otto Sclucht Dc n't tml L it soh.1rd,I,.11l XVIHIL XX ngglu 0 Activities x 'luncs X cs,1t W.1Sl'C.1lly cold tlmt night X -Tccn l lill-Billies Cl1ristm.1s Nam ny The Wlmitc Huggars -113 -- Mr. -longs lS1lI1I.l,'w,OlfC Tln lootball Bmquct "Allin" Amlv anal Stagg l rnglmt? he Dwdger mes ROUGHING IT AX TOAST TO 'I'Hli QUITFN in 'Q .asf -114'-- ISRYAKINK 53.31" To Parties Fun V' ful parties ll ln 48 -11 5 2 XX my X The Dwdger mes nt rf A 'Q' nl, HAIL! HAIl.! T111aGANG's Au. 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Miss Sharon Miss Flom Mr. Hathaway DEAN HOWARD HUGHES Mr. Bath Mr. Thomas Mr. Waggoncr 0 It is the purpose of the Fort Dodge junior College to emphasize the enrichment of living. Major objectives include: the broadening of life's horizon. activating of new interest, imparting of knowledge and under- standing, cultivating of adaptability to change, fos- tering of maturity of personality, and widening of the way of economic security. Those who enroll are assured personal benefits whether they choose to graduate from junior college, to complete work prior to transferring to a senior college or to take courses which meet special needs. C, Faeul y Miss Goodrich M r. Culver Miss Highland I if-5 E llstlnl Mr. Chapman Mrs. Dencker Mrs. Longfellow : Q Q www-' - WOLLYPI' emfkifl Darin of Iul1inrlfnl1i'gi' Miss McCluslu3y Miss Shannon Miss Bernatz Miss Gore Mr. Rich Mr. XV.itei'in.in W2 i fs X Li I l 1911!-8 Wg- Q- Bill Allgood .244 A 33, ' Marvin Dean Amo 3 X7 M' l is LeRoy Anderson ' 5, A ,A nl . ik I i Lv K- :Ei in A is ll I Norma Anderson Robert Arkoff Willial11 Armstrong ll l lf ,fl-dl, ' I 5 " +5 4 ,I X Sw K Daryl Bnsler E -q u ,.. 2 it - 'Q Louie Beisser l A Jw! g Q ' Bernard Brennan f 1 'f ,l ei i H ' "V f A "ll li1iiil.1 Ll fx , l Earl Bittner 5 I A X -yall Butler I lfhyllls Cadwell if Y X ' um '1- l Joe Casey X M ,. Eugene Ceperley ' Bernard Cbcsley W K N K .,,, di gg UQ D Arnold Clausen 1 ' i V , joe Coughlon B- bx . I 5 'gb Vincent Crawford 4 iil lj, ,.:.5 Z , A 9 f 'ili I Fred Crouse Anne Dcppe Bob l,lflCl1bCI'gC1' Robert Donly i in R. C. Dowd ' Vryl i , il S- - , ' Q luke ' l gf-it -.M V - . gk Tom Dowd l 2' 4, D l ,Q 5 W if R 3 4? ,, X 1 is 6 1 get ' C if P . CZ, K l Graduating Wiinda Lou Edwards Maurice Enquist lilorcncc liric Doris Farrell Jack Everett jim Grccnliclil Lonnie Groat Howard Grofl Al H.1lul1.1b Pauline Hnblmb Emil Hansen M.u'tin ll.1l1SLlI Marietta Harrigan john Hill Arthur Hucllin jack Holmquist Bill Ingalls LlHl0l'xl.ll15NLll Dennis -Iolinson Bob Kuchnast How .ll'Ll l.il1l1cy Gwen Loehr John Ludgatc Wfinifrcd Mason Sophomoires Harry Morris jim Officer John Nordstrom Tom Pearson Vera jo Pucker Frank Schill I Bill O'Bricn Clarence Pessica Bob Rarhcrmel Dick Ryno Marilyn Shaffer junior Shipman LaVcrne Sinclair Beverly Sturdevant Richard Thompson jean Ulish Harold Walton Sylvia Wilson Merle Swanson Clayton W'hitncy Bob Ulstad Al Wilson , A N ki il 09' 1 . M S i F S S i v S ho 7 : 5633539 i': Q l ' V '1 1 xi x 2:7 i Mfr" 'YT I In - A fm N ff B fri M' 12,6 'Ll fill' A M r - - , , Q ,eg ..,,g. . p 'f , 1, Q . .. ' xii - ..,, S --i- . H 'if ' 3 Q. Q . X - A fil l ' 'W ini unoor College Football 1194 Won one and lost seven. Not so good, you say? The team is not denying that, but nevertheless they are not ashamed of it. They did their best-they played up to their capacity-and they battled their hearts out every Friday. What more can you ask? For victory you say-for wins instead of losses? Well, no one wanted to win more than they did. They wanted to win for themselves but most of all they wanted to win for Connie. Never once did he give up - never once did he show a loss of hope. But even though the scores went against them they didn't lose in every way. They gained in knowledge-in the knowledge that it matters not whether they have won or lost the game, but only that they have fought their hardest and given their best. They are not ashamed of the fact that their opponents were better than they were, but rather they are proud of the fact that they never once gave up in a game--that they always tried their best and played their hardest no matter how badly they were beaten. Here is the way one of the members of the team puts it, "When we look back upon this season live or even twenty years from now, sure we'll remember we won one game. More, we will linger over the many pleasant memories of this seasonf' How could there be anything pleasant to remember about this year? just ask the fellows who played. They'll tell you. They are proud to have played with such a swell bunch of guys- proud to have played under such a fine coach -- and proud to have played before such a loyal crowd. They'll talk about the swell times they had on trips, the fun they had at practice, the friend- ly arguments between Brake and Bailey. lt may be the last year of football that many of the boys will play, but it is one they will look back upon with pride. my in all ..'4x-veg? QM W X i ai , H WF WM! !wMm,uiia+Wu,'a,f "N-4.0, H iw-inmwwrii',1lll5llf'l"f'll"5'-lla,i , . an ,.,,Ci.i'::..,w"'l'li"W ""A"f"l i t-.i. lilliiJlflalll-inl'a4i.:.a.,illlilili,llllllll'llilllillllIllli4ulla!lall!u.ii:rrsalil,ill4i, ll 124- quad ' . A A - l'lllRll ROW lmfl In ' . ' rluht: llnlm Hull1:u'h. stunlvnt mzmzurvrz Huwzuwl Hndlvv Harold Junwvn Inu Pm' In-k Fv-rn-ll H wx D, .. . , 5, .1 .L , u :rd l.:lrmm. l"m'l'n-it Hnilvy. 'l'm'1'l'y Mulum-, lluryl liuslvr. liill lfux, l'rm.'h Gnurlnuln. SECOND ROW, lofi lu rilrht: Mnsun Mmivh, Vinvm Nxv:u1sun, .IQ-rry l'Iisn-In-id, K--ith I.iudslv--nn. Wnym- l'Ivz-nsun, Ilill Asmstromr, Harold Walton. liill Sukularvs. FIRST ROW, loft tu iplll: l'hun'lx Simhlvns, lidmliv :Xmivrsm-u, lluylm' Ankrum, Dm-un Knulsml, Iiupx-I' Sknphzunnu-r, Huh Rulhm-rmul, liuln Wm-rnhm, l'hm'k Hacmlzll. 5 K Q KUNNII' ISRII I-S HIS li,-XCKS! f XX HHS IS IIOXX II VOR S --125 - Q I ' wgyfggg w sk, 5, A ,"'x 052 ii sk nxcvggf- GV. fi---.1 , . 'fr 1 A J - CQ, ix fx-Q , M1 ek . is p V. ' If W W. 1 , - My v 151' ., ', 1 ' - W . f, rn.. fm.:-,,, 2--,fu 5 M fx, 1 L X X wr? if WE Mar' My If X I V x xxx if 'E is iF, Ut if av" an r5i5'?:5 9 .smug 4 YQ!! Y wr ev, a vm ., 4... L.. 4 wi '- f' l K , 4 X V V W I be 5 I KM ' ' Mia Q ' 1 f K 1 - Q Q W Q N., 3 B K ff ?'::.:. . ..,, . sw , .fq .QQ ,W Y K ,vu 4. Mzixwueqv 'Nf kwa-'ggi g,g,aw..... fix' Y M. Q Under the tutelage of Lisle Townsend, the Panthers opened the season against Marshalltown on December fourth. lfrom that date until the last game at Mason City on liebruary twenty-sixth, the season was packed with su r p rises, disappointments, excitement, and thrills. ln no other sport, barring none, does the un- predictable so often happen. liast moving action, zany shots, last second baskets - all go to make basketball a stupendous sport from the speetator's viewpoint. The outstanding characteristic of this year's team was its balance. This showed especially in the team scoring. The two starting forwards, Schill and jans- sen, scored 190 and 167 points respectively. Red Lockert at his center position dumped in 130. From the guard positions Gene Harty scored 68 points and Harold janssen -iS. The rirst two substitutes, Cleven BAsit1zT1sAt.i. SQUAD FIRST ROW: john Lynch, Frank Schill, Harold janssen, Red Loekert, junior janssen, Gene Harty, Roger Cleven. SECOND ROXV: jerry liischeid, Bill O'l5rien, Dean Knutson, john Dowd, Daryl liasler, George Lawton, Kenny Butlier, Don john- son, Bob W'erdan, Toni Peddicord, Coach Town- SUDLT. 1947-ll-8 Baslketall Season and Lynch, scored 68 and 60 respectively. Although the scoring of the second team was not heavy, it nevertheless showed this same balance. It ran like this - Bob Werdtin 12, Dean Knutson 7, Don johns- E011 7, George Lawton 6, Daryl Basler 6, Kenny Butzier 6, john Dowd 3. Looking back on the season, we sec that it wasn't particularly outstanding as far as the record of wins and losses goes. But win or lose, always remember this-you had a team that fought its hardest in every game this year - a coach, who despite all handi- caps worked tirelessly in the best interest of his team. The whole student body owes both the squad and Coach Townsend a vote of thanks for this- another season of basketball. 5 ...I7 , C1-uixik Iazaoiaks Warreii Stump Vera jo Puckett Audrey Guenther R. C. Dowd -if vw x gum ' 1' ff ii "N f is .. sn "' ,J , Q, lr' 1 an ,F x Q D w . Hy! 3 wwf 4 M , . v' N ! nr ix X X x W f ,N sg: goals X W .-,.f S ll 4 Y ,Q , W 4 5 Noi 4, . X 5 I :N ,. . . 3? 5' f' ', f, 5,:y, l5!g'1g5'ljsif X K5 U, xx Q' V ig . S4 M at . x , , F.- ,W I l if s g l I . ' 2 FIRST ROW, left to right: Bill Larson, Roger Skophammer, Darl Whitted, Louie llc-isser, Jim Baslcr, Jim Johnson, T rr M l . SECOND ROW 9 Y B one I Roger Clown, Jr-rry liisrhz-id, Daryl Basler, John Lynch, Junior Shipman, Carroll Hovick, John Jondlo, Bill Fox, Howard Hadley. J. C. BASEBALL TEAM Twenty-five men with a lot of potential power reported to Coach McCaffrie this spring for base- ball. Bolstered by six returning lettermen: Roger Cleven, jim Basler, Junior Shipman, Louie Beisser, Carroll Hovick, and Junior Janssen, and a number of former high school players, the team has great possibilities. During the 1947 season the Panthers, coached by Howard Hughes, won five games while losing three. This year the schedule has been altered with Web- ster City dropping out in favor of softball. -132- Baseball ' f - Q April 9 April 15 April 20 April 27 April 30 May ll 1948 Scgmanui iz Eagle Grove . Ellsworth . Estherville Estherville Eagle Grove . Ellsworth Here There Here There Thcrc Here iuth Mcycr 'onna Scott XVONIJA Lou Elm Mums Vera jo Puckett Jeanne Ulish Studeirit Councii if This yC.ll' the student council, under the leadership of Hein Hughes und its own student executives, has performed .i ixiriety of services for the entire school. A large p.irt of the success of such programs ns the spring and winter formuls, the lirst queen and her Jttendiints, the most eligible bachelor and ll poll of the studept body's favorite popular records, may be Oi i ici as l:fI toright Dean Hughes Kenny Bixike Ly.ill Butler Howard Libbey accredited to the excellent euidince ind sponsorshiw t ..., - i of the Student Council. 0 At the close of the semes- ter Kenny Brake, president-elect, dropped from school .ind vice-president Howard Libbey tools over his duties with the start of the new semester. Louie Beisser w.is :i..t,i 1, . ,, ec cc to tic nec piesidencx .ind Lviill Butler A , CON- Ul1LlCll l'lCl' LlLlIlCS .IS SCCI'Cf.'ll'y. Coursiciii. Mi Mm-ins -134- ' 1 SHIPS R fjlfl-'ICIERS Gwen l.oehr, Beverly Slurdevant Pauline llabhah, Florence lirie Adviser, Mixs Shannon Sigma Alpha Phi Sorority Wfith lflorence Erie as president, Pauline Habhab as vice-president. Gwen Loehr as secretary and Beverly Sturdevant as treasurer, the j.C. sorority Sigma Alpha Phi had a successful year. Meetings on the second Tuesday of each month included the Valentine Dance SAP TEA -135- in February, Mother-Daughter Tet in April, and 1 picnic in May. In October the new members were initiated at an impressive candlelight eeremony A pot-luck dinner in November 1nd 1 c,l1l'lSIl11lS party filled out the social calendar. 'C' ,AE f5l'g.ll1l7Ckl just last year, the Panther Players organivation serves as a clearing house for all dramatic activities of the -I.C. The Players in conjunction with the high school dramatic club, sponsored seven pro- gram meetings during the year at which one-act plays ' :anfcher Players Uliicers: Libbey, l.urie. Cireenlieltl and skits were tried out. The Panthers presented three plays, "VVampum," "l"ifty-Fifty." and "Mind-Set" which appeared on the programs of the W'omen's Club, Drake lfestiyal, and our loeal Variety Show. S. I ihlsey. ll, Clarlson, bl. liverett, Cireenlie ld "lfiftx-Ifi1iiv" student directors of Une Act Plays R. W'eishrm.l, kl. lfverett. I'-.C11i'ls-Hi. 9- l il'lWX t.XX'lnint-i-, K. lfngholm and lx Peterson in "Fifty-l'ifty." in "Mind Sei." F-136- L. .Mwam-......., .. W.. ,...g..:... "I'i".L'f'-q,...""'1Q :i2iZ2eiS?.z4J ,muh . .. I ,,,...,. sy ' v , The 'l Whole World Over "The Whole Worlcl Over," presented November fourteenth, was a picturization of life in Russia in this post-war era. It was a humorous story of war- weary people, told in a spirit of friendship. As usual there was the eternal triangle, and with complications. A noteworthy honor awarded the play cast was an ' invitation to present several scenes before the speech section of the Iowa Education Association in Des Moines. CAST Jim Greenfield Eleanor Steinhoff Georgia Lee Nelson Dave Hogan Helen Feelhaver Louie Beisser Kenneth Butzier Al Wilsoxm Duane Wood Howard Libbey Beverly Carlson -137- - it-if - -3 gg-Sifi' U5 v Q I' I 48:70 ,K x V in 5 , AW.. 3 f ' m 8 I! ,Q as 'if S! F' 'W ' M55 .a, nw "' " my-n Q idzilk- , ..-o1"' is -WK Kiln Box s' Qinxu ri 'I' As the most promin tion the Choir enjoyed another successful adership of Clayton epertoire was made up of religious, classical, and modern num- l , Q . . aus. Contexts were given in the audi- torium, at the Tri-City Festival at Ames and at the -LC. Fine Arts Festival at Drake year under the able le Hathaway. The r . The two-day spring tour was highly successful. C1iomOi-1-lei-ins ent ,l.C. organiza- DoN SAx1i'soN Snfulil W'.fxiuu-,N STUMI Snlnlil lfluilf MAN Guam' Snluiif Ri Pl-Ili'I'0lRl Country Style flrr. ffm' llinly Slulrmn' Ole Moxex lilll l,l1.ll'.l'vll in llix l'l.ice .-lrr. In Roi' Klllgllillil llolero rlflifillllwilll lulk Sung llear Thou Our lll'.lj't'l', U lord l'i'li'i 'l'f'1 ln .ii Song ol the Volga l5oalm.il1 xlri. by Iliuri .Hlnlvnln Will You -he 139 - Reineinlier? Xflqruullil lhfifflrirq Di-NNY -lol i NSUN .Snlulil he College Dotcllger September 19-47, the call for staff members of this vear's College llotlger was issuetl. There was no re- sponse. A skeleton staff struggled along valiantly until the first of October, and by that time they had corneretl enough unsuspecting fellow stutlents to com- plete their stall' neetls. Schedules, tleatllines, pictures, mounting, copy, itlentification-all atltletl to the complication ol' their lives. The first semester sales campaign was very successful clue to the untiring elllorts of Art lloellin. Then there was the largest class of gratluating sophomores in -I.C. history. Wlittt a heatlache for the stall'-sixty-eight pictures for three pages-what a mounting job! Bill liox is still worried about his football that was 4 N' used for a division page. He pesteretl the photographer constantly about getting it back. Trying hard to be conventional, this year's etlition includes the ever favorite Hi-life section. The only thing unconventional about it this year is that it turned out well. Once Tom Dowtl got started on the Hi-Life section the staff coultln't get him stoppetl. The biggest headache was activities. lflorence lfrie wrote a lot of copy for this section antl was a faith- ful worker. The etlitoi' wants to give his sincerest thanks to everyone who contributed in any way, large or small, to the success of this year's College Dotlger, especially to their advisor, Mr. Culver. ff' 11' L,--A 'UV' if ' X' 9,1 4:-A- 1-.4 445. fs ,gg - 140 it x The College Campus The College Dodger was not alone in its quest for reporters. lior several harrowing weeks at the begin- ning of the fall semester Bill Algood and Miss Sharon did nothing but run around begging people to please come in and try out for the paper. Result? - a good year, with some of the best news coverage in the his- tory of the school. Luckily for the staff, the high school took care of the advertising, or the paper might never have got out. A very busy and active school year on the part of the junior college was reflected by the wide news coverage, which resultedin the college covering two pages of news in several issues. Several times during the year the editor tore his hair out trying to find the reporters and ask them to w1'ite their stories before the final deadline, but there are also many pleasant memories: the good times had - 141 in the Campus otlice, arguments with high school stu- dents about the college taking too much space in the paper, the couple of times Miss Sharon treated every- one to chocolate cake for getting the paper out a day early, and surely no one can forget Greenie's column "Sitting on Tacks," definitely the high point of every issue of the paper. Gene Brown's excellent coverage of the choral and instrumental activities of the school were equally matched by Rog Sltophammer's sports stories during the second semester. Stories by Peg Armstrong, .lack Fitzgerald, Bob Ulstad, and Dale Onnen, not to men- tion many others, were also well written. All in all, we feel the Campus staff set a tradition in the college newspaper for all future stalls to follow and try to better. Campus Leaders HOWARIT LIBBIQY President Student Council BILL Amoou liditor College Campus. Member Student Council. F1.oRENcu Emu President of Saps. Member of College Dodger staff and Panther Players. KENNY Bu1'znaR President of J. C. Choir. Member Student Council, bas- ketball team and Al. C. Plays. y Bon Waalin N liditor College Dodger. 3'6" Member Student Council, basketball and football teams. l FKANK ScH11.L Basketball captain. I -142- JIM GRl2liNl-'Ilil,lD President Pantlxer Players. Member College Campus sm!! u -0 gh' an .' i,l.,,v,f.- U. ,ff .,a.g, ' f-fab ' ,ga:1gf'-.- P ,-,I--J-...-,. -,5 f,,,., 2 3- 3- 7, A ., ' . -'iii' .',',2.5g,gf 95? gg, T5 '-rf, xirnkf .1 F'-1. , , - ff,w,Px,, - ,-5-1 ,Lg .3113-3 w ,. if - 'few'-' "r4".lf'-'fr-J-fyyx-f' '- w' z ' -'Mfr' h'.'Q! 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Are You n Family Q Mun, Fred? Cy's Hamburger Factory. Pick al Pair You Like, Girls. Card Shark Lichtenberg. -145-- Out Doors Fred Crouse and Elaine Marsh. Just Loafing, Anita? Just Practicing, Rachel? Mij l,urie Scottish Resting. Highlanders. Arnold Buehler in the Colosseum in Rome. Sylvia Wilson Posing. Flo Prepared to Haul Them in. Sylvia Wilson and Del Rummc. A Cold Night for Our Cheerleaders. -146- llndloors Wl1g1flS Jumor Chamber of Trump? Commerce Banquet. School Gives lfootbnll Squad ll Banquet. Now, tlle Wgly' I See lr . . . S.1ve Some for the Rest, Bob. A Big Night. Those Vfinning Smiles S I ox elies Pre dinner Conference - 147 - Sweett Swing All School Party. immic Crnft's Band. A Mural nt "The Diamond." Christmas Music. Juke Box SntL11'Llay Nigl1r,Clm-ice? Sing to Mc, An Informal Denny GctT0gcthc1 -148- l"lRS'l' ROW, left to right: llolm Werdan, Mij Lorie, Marilyn Martin. Donna Svott, Jo Ann Hula, Lloyd Hnrvoy. SECOND ROW: Stanley lCeklun4I, Muynnrul ldkedul, John Lnnn, Herb Holden. Kenneth Hivkey. George Mueller. THIRD ROW: llc-nn Harris, Rny l'ow1-rs, l'uul Nyaln-mn-l'. Glen Horn-ku, lfreemun Grout, Ed Vzmp. FOURTH ROW: Gerald Brown, Kenny linizier, Robert, Olson, Wnlly Wrny. liivk Ililjeyzrvn, lloh Nelson, Robert Thonms, Hersvhel Linney. FIFTH ROW: l'liffol'1l Krskn, John Kelly, lloyd Nlll'lll1lHl'li. John llynvh. llownrml Hadley, lluviml Hoprun. Freshmen FIRST ROW, left lo right: Myron Cervene, Dick Emzlebart. Rirhurd Landry. Andrey Gnenlhor, lim-My lloyle. Ruth Meyer. SICFONIJ ROW: Joe Miknlsky, Melvin l'ollurd, llyron Cotunt. Dick Cibert, Arnold llnehlcr, Johnny Kolsur. THIRD ROW: lilwoocl H1lIlHt'll.l'llIll'll'N Snnmlnll. lloh Tyler, Don Johnson, liill Snknlures. FOURTH ROW: Bob Mnnninxz. llolm Moss, Duane Hath, Genv llrown, Ri 'l l J l 4 mrm ond v. Nut blnter. l'll' IH ROW: Dale Onnen, Lhuek Sweeney, "Red" Lovkert, John Christa-nson, Clarence Bulrum, lmonard Johnson. T A W.- is 'Q -149- l"lRS'l' RUW. lvfl In right: Clarivo Coppimzvr, Norma Olsvn, Carol Henson, Tn-rry Williams. .Iuun Ss-hrmlt. SICVUNII ROW: l'h:u-11-lu lx 1 usim lu xs THIRD RUVV D1 Slum' ll'u'4 l'ull1nm M llill IM-Wvll. Sadly Iirmlawsml, lim-v Wisv, Eloise- Pvlursun. Hola-n Ifuvlhi 'v', R .' - . U1 1 sn .: sun, . - : 'F - , 4-" Rin-h:u':lsnm, Sm-uit Lihlu-y. .lark l.unn. FOURTH ROW: Furl Humor, 1.1-Inna! J:u'obsL-n, Divk Zin-ms. Hzxrulrl .lznnssq-n, Wall-lu Wi-hh l'lI"'l'H ROW: linlw I"l'2lllIilill, 'l'1-rry Mulnnv, D4-lln-rt, Walker, Jack Svhwvigrcr, .luhn M4-lhmulsl, Freshm am I N m'1 T'I-1. SHFUNI5-RUNV: .lurk A Ibm.: l":n'1AuZ-y, G1-rulrl f'zn'lson, Ks-nuy flruff, Ga-urge Lawton. Chfn'lvslhmr5:zu't, Jamvs Kl!il'kl'Flllll'kt'l'. I"0Uli'l'lI ROW: " lmll Pray, Umuzlns Musclvy, Kvnnz-th Munn, Jn-rry Eischeiml, Junior Jones, Marvin Griffin. -150- I"lRS'l' ROW. lm-fl tn right: Anno Cul:-mnn, Marvin Mnilundvr, Mary Milla-a, Suvilla. Huwurf , or . ', xr-1 n 114-mmm IN-'nu Knulwn Tum IH-mlclim-ox'4I liuh Iimvlh, Rmzvr Sknphammur, Doyle Ankrum, Wzxyno Nvvnsun. THIRD ROW: lhm lzunpln-ll lullut Ihlihw 1833? ix 37- 4 AP' I1 mf! my f v , 1 Qwyx J vi. V 1 1 I I A . , . W N' A Q r 5 i 5 . Eggs i 5 LD' A You as members of this year's BIG DODGER staff have gained an experi- ence that you will never again meet in your whole lifetime. It is an experience rich with the reward of seemingly fruitless endeavor and con- centrated labor that suddenly overnight turns into reality. In past years the editors have thanked their staffs with words and phrases of praise. All this means very little, for the greatest thanks any staff member can receive is the reward of seeing his work in print. In brief, we hope that every one of our staff members is half as satisfied with his labors as we are. Thanks to all of you. High School Editor, junior College Editor, .mhodf .fffifna .QM 7f.f,,,4,,, -152- ' . 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