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

 - Class of 1951

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Ilmlger Pep 1 lub CHARLENE BENSON Qlho s not as sormus as sho looks ROBERT BERGMAN Eur r ess uwmts Q1 lnlmr s quit KEITH BLOOMQUIST lndependeme now lmleporudern 0 l wrwvf-r Inlrnmurals Wrealllnpz RUTH MARIE BOCK Her heart IS lxu to mm SI Q R Intramural-4 Onluwirn "R 111 Y N lululu'41lll1vml". . . 'L-ll D ' HP . 4' Y, ' .. Q K Football: Basketball.: Track: Baseball. 4 K' v'l'x'.:' -.3-4-. . I 1 I I ' .1 - K :S "'-E115 2 ' . .I rag gk-'ni 5 ' 7' sa 3 '- - . A ' ' ' ,' xv '. K9 .2 Page K Our classmates and friends IACK BROWN i BOB BRIGHI BARBARA BORGESON Chr: chormmq clever and mute Student C ouncll I lttle Dodger Bug Dodger Dodger Players Secretary Dodger Players Play One Act Plays l horus Operetta Stage Make up Y Teen Secretary President Pep t lub CAROL BRACKEN Her drmples speck tor herself Orchestra Show Shop String Trlo A rappella Operetta Dodger Players CARL BRATTMILLER Whcrt shall cr mort do hut he ms rry Dodger Players Ireurdent Vrce President Dodger I layers Play One Act Plays A cappella Operetta S P Q R Secretary Pep tluh Student l ounul .lunlor t lass Vue I refudent t heerleader DICK BRIGHI W my W any, Lrff rs tru short lln-:kethall One Art Play Intramurals Our three star lrllow looks personcrlrty Illlll sports I ootball W rextllng Track .Iunlor I lass President Student t num ll Senior C las-1 Ser retnrv WANDA BRUNER qrlrerrce rs sweeter thfrrr spree: h KAYE BUCKMAN W 1 pfpcrrotrqlrfor crll I Teen Pep t lub Intramurals I lttle Dodger Sans Souu t horns Student t ouncll RON BURNELL MILTON EUGENE BUCKNER Good matured and well hked Trax k Why should I bother lfoothall Wrestling Track RICHARD BRENNAN lhe dcrys ot our youth are the dcrys ofour qlory Ifoothall Wrestling Baseball Intramurals it As trr rrclly us the clay rs lorrq lfootball Wrestling Tramk ni DONNA CARLSON lo know her rs to love her Chorus I ep l lub I Teen Student t ounul S I' Q R Secretary IIIK Dodger 2 . 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' .'. .. .- .. . 9 With whom goocl times we ve spent il KENNY CERVINE buns re rm n always su tl Pol lla-uball lla-mketbnll Intramurals DUANE CHAMBERS Hts frxends all know his true worth A tappella Intramurals lhg Dodger M' Photographer Basketball IIM CHAMBERS J 1+ qu lin-n hull Wn stllng DON CHINGREN ll: w1ll undortako to do areal tlnnqs I nulhull Wrestling lrxuk Intramural-1 BEVERLY CLABAUGH Power dwells w1tl1 theerfulness IIM CLEVELAND Mon of few words are the best of mon lla-u-ball A cappella Operetta PAT COBB She llves content and envxes none- I Teen C hurus Intramurals I lfe Saving Pep 1 lub BETTY IO CON NORS Easy to know and to llke C hnrus Pep l lub I Teen Intramurals BEVERLY CONSIER Rather qulet but a loyal lrlend DELORES COOK She lS not qulet nexther IS she boisterous l horue Intramurals MARY F COOPER Modesty IS a CFOWHIHQ grave Big Dodger X Teen I ep I lub A cappella Operetta I lfe Saving Intramurals Sane sllllfl Secretary llebate MARGIE CORDERMAN "Her pleasant ways have been admired by many". . . Life Saving: Uhorus: Band: Orchestra ' Intramurals: Y-Teen. Page I0 ln Dodger lristory we've had a part GARY CORDES Stately cmd toll he wcrlks 1r1 the hott Baieball Basketball Intramurals Studrnl tounul RICHARD COUNLEY Happy qo lurky BONNIE IANE COX She IS the lord ot hor own nc trons Y Teen l horu-1 Intramural-a AUDREY CRAN lVlUS1ClSll'19ll'llUq1Tl the world I love rmnst Y Teen Marchmx Hand lonaert Band Orcheatra Show Shop lntrnmurnlu thoruu I lfe Snvrnil' TOM CROSBY A qulet son but lots of fun Intramurals Wrestllnk IOHN CROSS In quietness cmd Uontrdent e shall l O your strenqth Trnrk WANDA CROSS A mil us brervy Us ct Marc I1 morn Intramurals A vapella Y Teen Irfe Saying Operetta Ilttll- Dodger IANE ANN CROWLEY l horns l lttle Dodger l-leata-x Hun Hlwtae IACQUELINE DAI-ILEEN Stu wltl mold some younq mam s future X Teen Intramuralw t horus Marching Band toncert Band Orchextra Dodger Players Stu dent t llllllfll Shure Make up Dodger Playeru aw 5181191 rew One Act Playa Pep Band Show Shop LORRAINE DAHLQUIST Nothmq lSlmPOSSllDlF1lO fl W1ll1l'tCI henrt thoruw lntramurnle BEVERLY DAVIS rmst lnevous mold that s never cxtrcud l lttle Dodger Y Teen l horus binge t rew Stage Make up Dodger Players I lay Dodger Players Pep L lub ESTHER DAVIS lust Us happy as hor srmle dlsvloses . rr I I I 7' "DistinCtion with U difference". . . l'l l' ': l .: L: 1 3 - :. - : : - ' : And Fort Dodge Hugh s In every heart I me Il EVELYN DAVIS Care SllSl1qlIllY on her shoulders I horu-1 BARBARA DEAN LOU DEMOS A modern qrrl wtth brq brown eyes and personolxty twrce her srze Operetta Y Teen Little Dodger Icp I lub Nan-1 Noun Treasurer EVERETT DENCKLAU Knowledge Comes but wrsdom hnqers Debate I Teen Inttle Dodger S P Q R Intramurals Pep t lub A man of ann wlll soon have a name Intramurals IOANN DENCKLAU We w1sh we nnqht have known her better C horns BOB DICKERSON No one ever reaches a hrqh statxon rn lrfe wxthout darmq I lttle Dodger Wrestling Track Stage Lrew Dodger Players btage Make up Intramurals t horus Dodger Players Play DICK DOUGLAS A httle nonsense he entoys I-notball Basketball Baseball PAT DUFFY Ah' Here s a chance for mrschrel Student Kounul Intramurals Basketball Track MARY IO DUGAN A domestrcated lass Y Teen Pep llub Intramurals IIM DULANEY Nothrnq seems to Cause hrm any trouble I-ootball Basketball VIRGINIA DURSCHMIDT A fcnr ercterxor rs a s1lent recommendatron Intramural-a VALRI EATON Herqht IS not what makes men great Ifootball Wre-xthnpz Basketball Band Inge I2 To victory we ve cheered our teams CAROL FARGO than words RALPH I-'IALA the way to frnd a frrend IS to he one Iland Baaeball Intramurals Murchmg Band RUTH FISCHER We hope her lrfe leads to success Y Teen I-restan Sm brestas becretary Dodger Players Vree President Pep 1 lub Operetla Bug Dodger Ilttle Dodger Intramurals l horus btage l rew Stage Make up Une Act Plays ADELAIDE FORAN A qlrl who you lrl-ze hetter each passmq day Pep t lub Operetta Iweataa Sm Qleatas Une Art Playa Majorette Student. I ounell Secretary Intramurals ALBERT FORD DPI9TIIl1IlC1l1OI'1 w11l always wm Track Basketball Football PAUL FORTNER Hrs heart was as qreat as the world l-oothall Intramurals Track VIRGINIA FOX A quret lrttle mxss Intramurals Y Teen Sometlmes sllence speaks better DOROTHY FEVOLD Always lolly always kmd she s the qlrl wellke to tmd Intramural-4 lhorus VPD I 'Uh 5 TWV' ANNE EIDE The best of hte rs I lever conver flllibll ebate Pep l lub l horui I Teen Une Act Plays Flefxtas Sln Slestas Prealdent Big Dodger Intramurala MARIAN ELLSTROM Llf IS not hte at all wrthout tum Inlramurala thorus Y Teen IOANNE ERICSON Her heart IS as lrqht as her oyr Q are brlqht A fappella Dodger Players lhg Dodger I en t lub Intramurals Stage Make up Opereita l horua One Art Plans LOIS EVANS A blonde W1lllCI Slllllfl rs a lvlonfle worthwhlle Intramurals Y Teen A cappella Uperetla lep I luh I leatne Sin Sue-alas Who always met our Ionclest dreams IOYCE FRANK A yo1111q1 ISOII ul 111 1so1111l hor s Inltls Dodger I Tetn Intramurals ESTHER FRIEDRICHS A 'slllllt CI Play ke Ops lhr clouds owoy I Teen DOUGLAS FROST Ill 1 llltlll onli KI s lu Ilodgtr I layers Slain L rew lhorus lludgxr Players Plaw btage Make up HAROLD GALLATIN Every 11141111 IS the CIIQl11lOLI of l11s ow11 future Basketball Intramurals Baseball I ep I lub Hr I MARILYN GALVIN She sl1lo1tsell Intramurals I lbrnrlan PATRICIA GANGESTAD Sho lhmks before sl1e speaks but doc sul soy ollsl1etl1111ks In-sta-1 Sun Su--stun l horus Intramurals MARLENE GARDNER She who so NS qood nolure roops qood fnendshlp Band Secretary Orchestra Treasurer Pep Band Show Shop Operetta Clarinet Quartet Chorus CONNIE GERDES All great men are 1n some doqrco IIISPITOCI I-nnlhall Wrestling Track Intramurals Student Council Sophomore I lass Vlce President PI-IYLLIS M GERMAINE Let all her ways be UI'lLOIlIlIIC'd I Teen COLLEEN GIBSON Oh' those dork brown eyes A cappella Operetta btudent Lounul Intramurals Pep Klub BOB GILLMAN All qleut 111011 are dymq und I LIOII 1 lu l so well myself I-notball Track Intramurals MARTHA GLESNE She wos olwoys cheerful unolfetled ond enllrely ol ease Pep C lub I-restas Sun blestas I huru-A age I Teen I1feSavlng Bm Dodger Intramurals .1 ge The Dodger Players set tl1e pace IERRY GROAT School would he mte W1lllOLll books Band Intramural-i BOB GROSS PHILIP WESLEY HALL Th F015 no darkness bf-lJr1qhtl1lf.Olan1 , Hand t horua PAT HALLIGAN Honor to the man who lUI'1l'1QS honor io us lootlmll taptaln Wrestling Tratk Student t ounul Intramurals JAMES HAMELI. l-hs smrle IS worth a m1ll1on DOROTHY HARP Snnhnq lS always H1 style Y Teen Pep l lub Llttlz Dodger Stage Make up DONNA IO HARRINGTON AI CI CllSlGlll 9 pleasrnq noalz r c llfllllllllq Dodger Players Dodger Player-1 Play One Art Plays Y Teen Pep K lub Intramurals HOYT HART He IS master of hrs fate and captam of his soul". . . Football' Basketball' Track' I ittle Dodger Editor: Big Dodger: Debate: Sans Souci: Student Council ' One Act Plays' Pep Club. For thou art q lank and brond lntramurala Basketball Opt-ratta Student touncil A cappella Dodger Players l lt lt Dodger Pep C lub Dodger Players Plav LEONARD C GOTZ I know a luck that 1S worth two of that One Act Plays CLYDE GRAHAM I lhouqhl I saw hlm studymq but l ml 1t was a dream Wrevtlmg Dodger Playere Plav One Art Plays Dodger Plavers CARL GRALL A horse a horse' My krnqdom for a hors Intramurals DAVE GRIMES ll srl n or golden ho ll so n he rnh The Delaaters never failed to place HAROLD I-I HAYUNGS Mi n of it w words orc Ilia In wt of me II Football Wrestling: Trunk Intramural-x DEAN HEARN To look on time lvrlqhl side of htm look on rho lxqiit blde of life Wrestling Intramural-a RICHARD I HELLER I met Iovo work I nun sit cmd look ut xt Cul dciv I unthnll lla-rkethall Wruitlmg lrauk SUE HENDRICKS NOIIIIIIQ is morc admirable than CI friend I lttle Dodger X Teen lhnruq Pep C lub LORAN HENDRICKSON I hurry not nmthc r do I worry DELORES HEUN If you wan! SOIIIOiII1IIqdOYlO rust ask mo BOB HILL worker domq his Iovc 1 I r sl RON HINTCH Not C1 Core m the wdrld RON HOCUM The urqe for speed come fast cmd furious Basketball Track DONNA IEAN HOF A fr1end1s born not made Sans SUUCI Vue President Ilig Dodger 1 Teen Pepllub Operetla Inntns bln blestas A luppella MARY HOGAN Ive never dared to be Gb llllllly da I L Ull Y Teen Une Amt Plays Dodger I lnyerw Operetta A cappella Treasurer Biz Dodger Pep C lub Chorus I' lewta-A Sin Slestas Dodger Pluvers Plav IAN E HOLT "Moy your ilQCIIl'S desire Ima yours". . . Orchestra, President. Secretary: String Quintet - A cappella: Sextet: Operettu: Student Council: Life Saving: Mujorette. .1 ge PATRICIA HUDSON GWEN MARIE HUGHETT SHIRLEY IENNINGS But let s loolc unto our crystal ball L.. DELORES HORN Sho s pretty to wcrlk wxtlt frncl wt tv to talk wrth A cappella Sex-retarw Student I nunell 1 Tenn Uperetta Sextet Bug Dodger C hnruu I'ep I lub Football Queen Attendant LORENZ HORN Ivo lournod G lot I flwln t Know Ilehate Track I ep t lub SIIIKUI rew Studs nt lounul I ne I re-ardent l're-ardent IEANNE HOTZ Our all Amr rn un nrl I Teen Inlramurala A cappella Operetta Iwefstas Qin Sleutafx Chorus Pep t lub thc-er leader Student I ounul Bur Dodger PATRICIA ANN I-IOUGE small tornado c OITIIIIQ fast X Teen Intramurals A cappella Uprretta S I' Q Il Set retan Ihr: Ilodpzer I ep K luh Student t ounell DONNA M HOYER lllo world I5 CIS you ltkf It Band llnrlnet Quartet MAX E HOYT 10 world kIlUWbIlt7lll1Ilf1 nl tlns II trl rncm Iland Operetta Iland Hcnor hos 1n honest ton Ilbrarlan Intramurals SALLY DE HUDSON Plooso one ploobo ull lland On heutra S I' Q R Pftildl nl Intra murals l hllflltl Man hung Band Show Shop Now I lmvo 'sornc one to lov: nv Urehestra A mappella Intramurals Upersttn RAY IAMIESON Moy ho bo ubltorc d tn lub own good fortune nrr y lu t flrsposxtlon lntramurale lhnrun 1 Teen I :fe Sawing Pep I lub Fiesta-A Sm Sleutaa Student t ounrll IAMES IESSEN la thorn U lronrt lltfrt rnubtr Lunnol melt Orchestra lhoruu tlown Band Bra-me Sextet I ep Band One Act Plavn Operetta Show Shop Band Manarzer Vice Prefudtnt ' I6 D u A I . . r ' . 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I 1- : 1 . ,.:' .lr -1 .: 1 I "Tl 1 ' yt .- . . f Orchestra: A cappella: Show Shop: Pep f , xy .- "Ar -1 llf'GIIlIlG 'lllLI 'llfXf'IllIl I ' .: ' . : .' : ' And see what sl1aII become of us all AUDREY IOHNSON 1odr1at11rec'I11OSQ1': a wo11de1fuIv1rtuo l lestan Srn Slentas Stage Make up Stage I ren Ilndpzer Plavers DON IOHNSON Ile s IIIII but so IS dyna1111te WYPRIIIHK Baseball Basketball Intramural-a IOHN IOHNSON v uaI1Iecr1IcI1t1111tt1atI11tt11 Baseball Basketball Intramurals Junmr llass 'Ireasurer CHARLES F IONES Vtlorry a11dI have never met Basketball Intramurals I-uothall I.11.,e l7 GENE L IOSLIN 111 any market GARY IORDISON I won t he homo t1I 111011111141 Frm k Basketball A Iauqh IS worth a I1u11dr4,dc1roa11 Track Intramural-4 SALLY KABELITZ Nobody s ever heard I1c r 1 OIIIIDIOIII Intramurals lhoru-A One Art I lay-4 I rcslas Stn blestas Y Teen Pep l lub ROY KARBULA It IS a very qood world to I1ve ln I I-nntball Wrestling Track Sl zelrew BETTE KAUFMAN She hc1s a heart w1th room Ior Lve1y1oy I lfe bavlng I Teen Intramural-l Iep Llub Majurette Operetta Median Sun KIBNIBNI EUGENE I KEAIINEY Th best of hlessmqs 1 a contented Illllld LESTER KECK Ask no queshons I II teII you 11oI1o:, Track HELEN KENNEY A qood heart s worth qold I horus I Teen Intramurals Page I8 Uncle Sam seems to lmave pnonty IOANN KEPFORD As frlendly as a basket of kittens Dodger Plavers Y Teen Majnrette Dodger Players Play One Act Playa ALLEN KNOWLES Has a qood trme havxnq a qood ttmc Wrestling MARLENE KNUPP Its mce to be natural when you ro naturally mce Intramurals lhorufs Y Teen Ilfe Sawing. Pep C lub Plcstaa SID Qxestaa CI-IARLENE KOESTER All qood thlnqs come 1II twos Chorus Y Teen Intramurals Pep I Iuh Student C ounerl Llfe Sawing CLARINE KOESTER Allke yet oh how dlfferent I hnrus Y Teen Intramurali Pep Ilub I :fe having ED KUHN By the work one knows the Workman Q hnrus Student LOUDCII Track Wre-utllng Bug Dodger MARY LOUISE KUHN ullenn e IS sweeter than specs h l horus BOB KUHN He IS Well pald that IS well satlsfled Intramurals DON LARSON llttlo pooplo attf Il roar h luqlr plan Os Tennis Intramurals Pep I lub IRENE LARSON She has a manner all her own 1 Teen Intramurals PAUL LARSON snule IS Currenny ln any country Track Baseball I lttle Dodger HAROLD LESSMEIER For what I w11l lwrll and there an end . a n . v ' v 1 . , .. , . . EH -I -1' C4 K ' 'Z , 3 .. . . ,. tt , . t, ., - Z .C . , g ' . Q- 2 .I V n I . , .C 3 y A - W.. Y, 4 ff. .. N 1 . ',. . . - ,. ., - : .. , - Cver the Boys at least the majority GORDON LICHT Ho IS Cl qu1o15o111l1 ot 111111 5 A cappella Opera-tin IO ANN LICHTY In EIFILII he-ort sl1L opens o l1ltlel1ec1vo11 DELORES LLOYD All oornost Q11 Ll crowd l1L Gr! I Teen BILL LONG G11 IS 111111 1111 1111511 r of 1115 loin Debate l age I-resins Sm 'slestns Treasurer 1 Teen lntramuruln Pep llub Dodger Plnyerx Une Act I laws l 4 lncrrty 5111110 and DENNIS LOOTS Ilonor hes 111 honest to1l One Aff I lavs Pep Band Show Shop Orc-hewtra Marching Band funn-rt Iinnd S I Q R Vue I rewldenl LARRY LOOTS Love louqh and be merry Mnnhlng Iland l omerl Band Slime C raw ROYCE LOWERY He s CI boy of qu1et ways DOUGLAS C LYMAN He qoes l11s woy mokmq lun lor everyone he meets Stage l rew Pep l lub Track Sc-nlur C la-as I lu- I resident MARY MADDOX An outdoor q1rl IS she I Teen lntramuralu ROBERT MADDOX Should l1fe all labor be? Bawketball Intramurals Wreutllnp: MADONNA MAIER Hard workmq steady C1lldfC11lllIL1l1b she Chorus Orchestra Intramural-1 WANDA MAIER Good nurtured and qood hearted i Intramurals- Co-np. Page 20 Qtbers will go on to worlc TOM MALLARO Ile goes on the theory that th: foolxwrxll 114 1sn I lhe only place you need Cl qaool l1ne Football Basketball Track Band Orchestra A cappella ROMAINE MEEKER Oh' th1s learnma wh1ta llllllfl 11 lb Debate I lttle Dodger Studtnt I nunul Dodger Plaver-1 PEGGY MERRILL Sm1l1nq lace and tw1r1kl111f3 c Y4 you s1111pl,f Cannot pass her by Student C ouncll Y Teen Pep t luh lntra murals lflestas Sun Hlesta-1 t hnru-1 I'ootball Queen Attendant IANIS MESSERLY A qu1et lady W1Ill'1lIllIlC'l ol her own ROGER MESSERLY lhf man who lmlushns 15 not qu1lc. a hruh' lfontbnll Track Intramurals LEILA MAE MICHEHL She speaks behaves and ants IU ta she ouqht BARBARA IEAN MILLER Premous Gfllt les SOl'llE'lllIllOS noun 111 small pac lcaqes Pep I lub 'student t nunul Set rttnrv 1 Tern t horus SARA MONSEIN Th ey' s have one language everywhp re llttle Dodger Intramurals Iep Club 1 Teen I lentas 'sm Slestaa A cappella Operetta Debate Show Shop BILL MOORE Sllfllli c IS thc key of LOIllOI1llllL Ill KEITH MORELAN D He spa aks the UIIIVOISGI lanquaqe mus11 Dodger Players I'lav Dodger Players Secretarw Hand W are Presldcnt Presldent Drum Major Ilovs Quartet A cappella Operetta Show Shop Orchestra Studentfounnl t om-1-rt Band Marching Band GORDON MORS e ls not words Intramurals- Wrestling Track MIKE MULRONEY Why worry when tha world s so lull of lun Ilaskttball Tennis Operetta I'Lp l lub I 'nge 21 For responslhllltles never they slnrlc EDDIE MUNN nn e unpartxt ular fellow Intramurals Vlresthng FELIX MCCARTHY AIl1l7lllOl1llGb no rest Track Intramurals lluwketbnll IERALDINE MCCLINTOCK qtne t lady wtth a nnnd ot hm own lhg Dodger l'ep l lub MARIORIE MCCLURE Her talents are varled she 1S our all around Arnerrt an sc hool q1rl A tappella Intramurals ling Dodger Operetta t heerleader Little Dodger btudent L ouncrl btate btuden! L uunell Treasurer Pep l lub X Teen President One Att Plays l-re-atus Sun NIPSIBN Debate MARK MCCORMICK speak truth BETTY MCNAMARA Intramurals Y Teen Peptluh X Teen An honest man and plarn he must Debate IHDIBID Bn: Dodger Fdrlor Q P Q R Treasurer Intramurals QQ sweet and valuable IS her drscourse DOLORES R McNElL A careful mard rs she ANNE McNUL'l'Y At a drstan e pleasrnq nearer charmrnq Y Teen Pep L lub bans sllllfl Dodger Players I IIIPTUQ Urcheatra Show Shop One Act Plays IIM MCNULTY Was ever a mon so qrandly made as he l-ootball Basketball Tramk Operetta HI Y l'leat.as Sm bleatas DUANE NELSON lhke to take my trme and take 1 n an easy manner RICHARD IKE NELSON The oest humored man t horufa A cappella Pep I lub Debate LOREN NETZ Youth comes but once In a hlehme Intramurals lhnruu x I l I I I I : ' - S V, x Q :. . .: V I . : f : - . : ' :"., S' C' 3 . , at , - I .. '- g T 3' C 'C : ' Q .' ' . . ' . Q -- . ..- . ,I . .I ' ' "' ' , .'ti L u u H 1 ,. L ,: : ' : . gl .. l'n1.re 22 For many another luclcy soul IOAN I. NEWBROUGH "A gay, serene spirit". . . Little Dodger. BEVERLY NITZEL "Were born to be happy, all of us". . . Marching Band: Unnrert Hand: Intramurals Orchestra: Chorus: Life Saving: Y-Teen: Pep l'luh ELAINE NORDEEN Qu1et'9 You should know her lu tier I hnrus Y Teen I ep t luh BEVERLY I EAN OLSON She has ahrhty at her fmrgf S x EVLYN OLSON Always ready wrth a bla sm1le Intramurals thorns LEROY OLSON He has many fr1e-ndslvul nary a foe I notball Wrestling Intramural'-1 ROGER PARSONS llc always means husrness SOITIQIIITIOS Baseball Football Afappella FRANK PATTERSON lt doosn l take a bxq man to Wm Wrestling Track Baseball Intramurals MARY LOU PATTERSON X Teen Sans Sour: Pep C lub Llbrarran Intramurals I horu-A Ponthall Queen Attendant M LAVONNE PEPPLES A red haxred damsel here you meet 1 Teen Chorus Intramurals DEVON R PETERSON Phe world knows notluna of IYS Greats st men I-emtball I ep l lub PAT PETERSON Sho s all that a q1rl should be I lfe Saving Intramurals One Act Plays Oper etta A cappella President Sextet Student C num-ll Dodger Players X Teen Pep C lub Dodger Players Play Iwestas Sm Slestas Ifoothall Queen Attendant ' . . h I I 1 A , " ' erlip . . xx .,,, V "Blondes arent always liqhl-headed". . . R - wr. ' A .4 I . -'A A college campus will be the goal Inge 22 MARLYN PETRIE Q are srts hqhtly on her shoulders RONALD PICKINPAUGH He rs wrse who talks but lrttlo Basketball lntrnmurulu IOHNNY POLLARD Always wears a qrm and seems euloy hte Iuolbnll Wrestllng Baseball Stngetreu LAVONNE PORTER A pleasure tts to know her P9 I rttle Dodger t hnrus I Teen Pep t lub 'F SUE PRAY Be yourself and you cannot larl to be of value San'1Soucr Treasurer I Teen Ilfe Qaunpr Lhorus Intramurals Pep I lub DONALD PROHASKA Y Wrestling Trmk Student tnunul DONNA PUGH Her ways are the ways ol pleasarrlness I lestae Sun Sue-alas I Teen IIM QUINN In many deeds of nnsrhref he had a hand to execute Baseball Basketball Intramurals Student l uunul NORMA RABINER She could be moved to lauqh at anythmq 6 Ifresta-1 Sun ble-nas X Teen Intramural: NANCY IEAN RAYMOND Ioy IS a balm to my heart Intramurals RICHARD RIAL He takes the world as rt comes Baseball Basketball DELORES RICHARDSON She has pleasant ways 1 Teen thorns S I Q R , . 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Qs V I : ' .: I- I 1 ' - X' "Life-is what ou make it". . . - , , . . d'- " .:.'.'. l-e But you may lae sure the world will lcnow BOB RIST He has a bit of mus1c on hrs mmd Band Secretary Orchestra Tennis Pep lland Show Qhop Trumpet Trio Brass Sextet A cappella Qtudent lounul Intramurals Marching Band WALTER IOHN ROBERTS Why take hte seriously Track Football SHERMAN ROE He hves today as well he may Basketball Baseball Ifootball Studi nt Mnn azer Wrestling Student Manager Intramurals LEE ROGERS Never do today what you ru put all unul tomorrow Stage Crew Stage Make up Dodger Players One Act Play-i NANCY ROGERS lhere IS uusaluef in her eye Intramurals I horus Y Teen Pep l luh Football Queen Attendant IOANN ROHDEN The happ1est sort of qirl and a luerul to everyone Pep llub Y Teen Secretary I-:esta-1 'sm Siestas Vice President A cappella 0 eretta Hur Dodller BEVERLY ANN ROTMAN 1 last Wlllld1KjHllY lhoru-4 Y Teen Pep t lub IO ANN SAGER She always qreets you w1th a SII'l1lG I :fe Saving I lttle Dodger L horus Intramurals Pep I lub RAMONA SANFORD A sxlt ut tauque and a true heart are e IllOSlGLlIll1l'C1lJlS thmqs on earth I horu-4 PAULINE SCHARF She s wealthy m her frlencls Q horus Sans Sour: I ittle Dodger Bm Dodger Pep I lub Y Teen NORMA SCI-IUMACHER lht rt 5 sometlunq mc e about her smrle N P Q R thorns Pep I lub Y Teen MARY SCOTT There S anwaye a qoocl tune when she S around Pep Club: Y-Teen. Treasurer: Intramurals! Vhorus: Dodger Players, President: One Act Plays: Dodger Players Play' Fiestas Sin Siestas. President' Stage Make-up: Student Council. 'ure 21 Wherever tI1e Dodgers endeavor to go ROBERTA SERVER Rarely S9911 w1t11out U1 s11111e ,Q lfe Sawing Band Ort ht-.tra Show Shop I ep Band Mart hlnlz Band BO B SHIRLE Y A l1kec11vle 111111 l1y11 1 Stage l nw ANNA LAVEDA SHOWERS I 1 1 1 0 Ily ll 111 oxder I lhrurmn I horufa CHARLES SINNOTT football lb 111s 1111ddlf 1101110 I-ootball lin-sketlmll Intramurnlu llaeebnll SENA SNIDER Sllellif IS s111f1c'1011t BETTY SOMERVILLE C'1ll1YlS1llP Q11lOIGOCI Sophomore l lass Set retnry X Teen I lfe Stn mg t heerleader Operetta Student 1 ouru rl t horus I rttle Dodger Pep t lub In-wtas Sm Srestas Intramurals Football Queen DON SOTZEN A1101 1 0I1G1Il1Y1l01S ci qood fP11ow VI re-atlrng Rau-ball Student t ounrll TRUMAN STAECKER He 11kew1se1b II IFIPIILI VI re-mtllng PAT STAPLETON A11 cum Q of Hllflll IS WOf1llGIW0L1l1d of sorrow Intramurals I ep t lub EVELYN MAY STERNS S119 w11l1ook Ol1ll191lY1Ql1lb1l'lP of ovt rythmq Icp t lub X Teen lntrnmurnlw ROBERT STEWART As good cis 111s Word Baseball 'Irack Basketball Wrestling lnothnll lntrnmurnls IACK STILES 1.114041 here 1114051 tht re 11kOd Q VPTYW1l+ I4 Ba-aketball Track Student 1 ounrll State Student l ounul Pep I lub Senior t law I ruudtnt P. 1' l.' S 1' : : L- I : i : . A . " ' , 1, 'H 4 e111W". . . X "Let cl 11111 115110 1011 wxuv '11f1 Q - tx Q ' ' ' A I .. f K H130 '. . ' H. . . g . ,QL 1 1 . ', . '- ., . U ' : :. Despite hardship and strife BILL RICHARD SWANSON Ou most lxkf ly to sum fled VIII re-udenl lruudenl MARLYS TABAT STRAIT swell fc llow und m shwrl CI I II M8TlhlllK Band lnnrerl Band Pep Hand Show Shop Brass Stxlel Trumpet Inn Trumpet Quartet Acappelln Opera-tin One Att Plaxs Dodgtr Players Dndger Planer-1 I lav Orcheulra W ue I'rt-udsnt HELEN IRENE STRANGE Gllnscl mmiri v lhoru-1 BARBARA STURDEVANT 1 is the c I resins 'inn 'alt-atnw Urrhewtrl EUGENE D SWALLA 2, not Intrnmurnls Intramural-1 tuncerl Hnnd Marrhlnx Ihnd I sp Band Orchestra Student I nunul Ilf1pp1r1w2ssc111ci1uy mr WIIII hr r I :ft SXIYIIIK Intramurals A tapnnlln EVAN TEMPLE X I uutbnll Iiaukrthnll Ilnnhull I ep I luh lntrnmurnle RUTH LUCILLE THEIS I horns KAYE DON THOMPSON I I I Q R Ilasktthnll THOMAS TOMLINSON un 1 mmm W G If Y MIll'thlIlK Hand Hand Onhoutra Show Shop I rp llnnd Trumpet Qunrttt Brass 'sexist 1 Iuwn Hand A rnppelln lime Qunrllt ROBERT TRIBBY mmm IIIISIIIII Vin-nllmg lhtuthnll Intrnmurnlu NORMA TRIMPL um ss sn mwmnqrux 1 . . . l.iltlt-lllvdpn-rgK'h0ru:-1: Y-Tu-n: Intrnmurulsi Ir-p I' . x 04 You can bet your life ELEANOR TROWBHIDGE 4 c ul lu r L or, Mart hung: Band l onu-rt lland lcp l luh llnnd Set ra-tan 1 huru-1 A mppella X ne l resldnnt Opnrelln H Teen Studs nl 1 ounul PAUL TYREE 'lt tulks cmd talks, nl out overytluuq Basketball Baseball l'4nnl-e lntrnmuralfx A suppalla Opvnttn GORDON Ul.RlCH llowu mwlxu Luv K. lluuluthull lhwebull l oolbull GAIL VAN ALSTINE mt W If llw Iruak Wrentlmk DON VAN DRIEST Never starts cmylhmq lm c out fxmslm lntrnmurnlw Pep C luh COLEEN WAGNER AQ swf et CIS elm lool-:Q cmd swootm Mnrchlnpr liund I om art llnnd Student l ounnl l lewtnu Sun Nw'-.lui 'l ren-iurer Pep 1 luh Sec ntnrs Intramural-1 N 'lu-n Vlu lreslrlent CHARLES WATERMAN He- stem 'ls on tus own Qttcllum nts W restllng Trask l lttle llodger lhg llodgvr Show Shop A cappella LORELEI DIANE WATERS qlm IS tcpdlwlf ol qcmri tlunq l horus SUE WATROUS He r OlllL16'IlLY1Sll'19 Slliilll kmd Intramurals. I-ner-tau Sun Sn-stu-4 I lttle Dodger Bur llodgsr SUE WATSON SWG9lSOpll1Sl1LCll1OIl X 'l een l lm wtnu Sun 5IlNl le ALLAN WEISS A lncller fellow you c oulrl lwvrx fund linsnhall Wrewtllng CHARLES WEISS LlLl1lOlllLll7+ bmcl A ut lm Intramurals. I 120 Z7 Inge ZR It s true tI1ere was never more done MMI ROSEMARY WEISS Ltked best by those who know her he-st Intrnmurals IERRY WELKER -pa' Baseball PepIlub Intramurals SANDRA WELLS There was a star that clanred and untlm ""' that she was horn I xttle Dodger Pep I lub Student I ounrrl Ilperetta I Ilorus Y 'leen Football Queen Attendant WAYNE WENZEL Qutet l,ll'lIll you know um Trntk Wrestlrnll af T VIOLET L WESTLING Iolly and athletlr n1Ce and enerqettc' Intramurals S P Q R I horus BEVERLY IEAN WHITCOME She s always qoad naturerl Intrnmurals Y Teen IEANINE MARIE WHITE A weet qlfl IS above all ranks Ilrchestra Intramurals Ile-sta-4 Stn Suslnd ALAN WILLIAMS He qoes lns way makma fun for fveryone he meets Basketball Tenn:-1 A tappella Student Iounerl Ilperetta Ont Art Ilnvd Pep I lub Intramuralfa GEORGE WILLIAMS H1 wavy hatr lecl to the despaxr and envy ot the qxrls I-ootball Track Radio I horns RAELENE WILLIAMS Mistress of herself though Cll1llG tall I ID I lub Intramurals MARCELLA WISS ller snnlt IS areat and her frtencls unnumhered I horns 1 Teen SANDY WOLFE He ts remembered he-cause he cannot he forgotten Sophomore I law Treasurer , Student I ounerl Ilaukethall 'I ennm I horus , I heerlemler , Pep I lub Personahty IS the sec ret of the untversf NIA I 1 f I J ' 4' X . I I, 1 ' 3 ' ' ff' f' ' f A .f a-df' ' ,sz Eff tx I " 41, ', .4 , F, JZ. .... . -. ' 1 1. ' . L.. I I I an by the class o 1 EVELYN ZEKA N mu lrux l1lll1 ll11d1.cr DONNA ZIESMAN l 1 CARL LUSPANN NolP1ctured BILLIE AVIS ROHN Flower Yellow Rose Colors Aqua and Wh1te Motto Yesterday 1S gone Tomorrow may never come Today 15 Ours S9129 lt l11.1 9 ICU Senlor Class Commlttees Upper Left Flower Commlttee andmq H 1l111111lX ll 1 S NA 11 ctedlA111l l Lower Left Color Committee ndmg Al l 11 l' 111 .1 M N11 ated L Hll ll 1 1, H x11 Lower Right Motto Commlttee cmdmg H lllN NN1ll L NA 1 Klll ated M 11l L l 1 'V 'R "' 2. TI1 F "5 H 1l11111l:11tl1.1::.1w'1'I11ll111.11l1111l1111ll Q, , 1l11111:s :owl , . . N I:Q'1'1llil 11: 1'1-111111: 111' 11111111113 :ul 1111'1'l y llll lw1::1.1111l11111". . . X 1'l1111111'k1'1 1::':11 1,1 .1::1111 11l1111111'. ., . . . I 1, . ' I I - - 11 , . K I l ga " . -19 '- . '- . . , ., Sl : 1'1 ll 11 ,1111 ' 1 ::1111,iw11l1l115 l11111111111s,l1l111l1ll1:s1'l1111,H111111111 'l'111x l1111l-11-, a' ll11111111L'111ls1111,Q'11l111111VV111111111. - Se : 11 1 l1111l1'11,lVl1sr1lll11l1l11l11l,U1-111111 k'l11::s !X1lvis111, V111 ll11111111. K Siu ' : 11111111 11 11,l11A1111l11'l11y, S1111ll11111l1i1'ks, 'X111111 1' lly. Se : 1 1111111s, lk -Il 'Q-'1111,lVl1111l111 ole 6111131 1. xxx Sl ' :fu 1 4' 71 11, 2111111111 'ill'11111:s, lull 1fLfl111111l1111S. Se g 1 111111 1111111111,ll111l1ll11111's1111. S.. 'F 1' . 1 1 1 lr 2. 11 H5 1 fn.,- IUNIOR CLASS OFFICERS: Marvin Ekedal, President: Vonda Crandall, Secretary Karen King, Treasurer: Emerson Bodell, Vice-President. This is the class of 1952 MRS. MCLEES' HOMEROOM From Row, lell to riqhl: 111 1 1 Jlmlil 1:1-1, ll 1. 1 111 11 ' 1 Third Row: ' 1 1111: '-Xl.l1ll11ll l'1-Q11 H11 Jrlll 11 111 11, lm 1'w:11 fra. Second Row: f. - ' ' 1", l' :rl lf 111-1 li'-ll, l'1111v:: ."1.f11:1:w 1:, 'til llll' A1'1:1 'll, F5111 11 1.111 1 1 1 'xlll 1:.- ll ':1 1-Q l1f1lf1:1:s:---1:1 111 lQ1:.1.-". 1' 1 1 ,' I.1,!.'Xl.l'Zl1 ll. 3 ELL na """'QQ NNE 'Wx -1: xxx V 45:-.. 'off I tm Q X V . Q N ..,.'......W, ix lx Qi 4 J FQ "ik X H -we x M -., ,X Q- K sign' bv . ui RNQK X, .vas 1' 'V falfiggf. RS' WX. if fs fe' fl OG 6 Q5 MRS. 'l'EI.l.lER'S HOMEROOM-Front Row. lei! to riqhl: Virqiriicx Phillips, Ami Powers, Lorrcxirie Ol0S1XIl, C'111w1Iy11 Nm ffr i, I11 ly lXll'iSf'll, Ffvvlyn Pn11orsr111. Second Row: Rex Prvvk, Nwrmrxri Piriqwl, Lf1r1111i11i PQ4'1r1, 1111111 f7l111:411-115, li1irfl1r11 ll'lIS11llS, 1.11111 C51:a1111, Rif'l1r11fi ClJ4.fl'llflf1ll, lYflfWlVlll pGfl'lfHll. Third Row: Rcifqfir N--151111, lwilllfllfl Pcurhir, 4'E1111111s P1111-X1 'W 1:1 Il N11111- V11 lllll C711-51111, lll'lUl M11-'I111II, Dl1llfIlCl K,l11i1111, Future leaders and Followers MH. IOHN'S HOMEROOM-Front Row. lell lo rlqhlz Irmy VV11"4111c111, Mfrrilyn Wl111v1, M11111c11 Swc111s1111, lli1-w- W11:a1li1111 All 111111 'N111111-11, I..11:a'I'l111y111. Second Row: If-11y 'Wwfvfi Kflllllyll Wlritsi, Lms 'l'l'lS"l14lW, lflllfiilll l.'Vif1sw, ll1v1rl11-11 lilllll 1:11 l111w1 iiW1lIl4'y', l'lrr111l1- VVi111y. Third How: lcivk W1llr111i, R111 VVCXYPI, Hob lfwlllllflllil, Brayfi V11-rs, 1711 111 lMlll1lllJIlllS Ei :11 'V 1141 1, iii WKII1l Vi1111ws. N01 Present: Chllwvrt 'W1111111111f-1. ax 'YH s W X"1 N Q. ,f" A - fx 'F X ' .pu Jv- xt '. . XXQA , .Gil ,R+ gk ,-. f 'l Aa ' s.f ..g --QQ . ,.. ki- ., ul" 'Q L4-.f A 5 iw L cgf. 'M. at Nl-3. .A-J "lvl i W- ,. ,Oryx ali QM .2 f is '5 SQ "' Q-an . A - 1 . Rf .4 1 f ff' - ff r :rt sf ' ' NWQ J. 5' . A , X.. xy. 41' ,. J ' 'A ' .-fy f '51 Rawgg 3 MISS SHANNON'S HOMEROOM-Front Row. left 10 right: 1:11111 S1lIfIK1f'1f, 1191911 P11's1w1, 1111111111 211111-um Q'o11vm1 W1111111 '11111.11111 N1 1f1s1111111, 131114111131 VV111111f1y, Second Row: 1V1:11y 1V111111X11, B111 NVU111, NKTIIIIVII1 11c1::11111ssr111, 11111 S1111g1f', 131 Il 1' ' 1 ' ' ' 1 ' N 1 O 111 111111 1 "' 1-1111111 N.'1c11111111c. Third Row: 11'11y RC'I11lI11"l', 1,11c,1r1s:S11r1111i111, 11011 S11c111111111, 11:11 111111wy, 111111111 .w1ww1 , . w 121. Not Present: Sum MKDIISINII1, 111-111111 011111, 111.1-X1111: Wulkur. I I I I I I I Wlth 6bIIItI2S to fu1f111 d2StlI1ICS MR. HATHAWATS HOMERCOM-From Row. left to iriqhlz P611 GT1S11C,III1, 1111111 Hovwy, G111111111 1'1wIi1, LX1111115' 11111111111 Second Row: P11111 11Il4IU1111IT1, Kf1y 1111111112 Yv111111r1 1111111411, P111 1'1Of,ICIll, 111181111 1111111111: Bwvs111y 111111'11, 111111111-1 111111111 I1 Q 1:1 ll' lsf. Third ROW: 11fIII1111 11111, 1315111111 Fox, 134111 11111111113 S11111f1y 111111513 1214111111 G11s1c'11sc'111, 11'II1f11" 111Z1I1S, A111 ?i1v1-1i 11111 11.1y. Fourih Row: 131111110 11c111is, 1,c111y 11+1s1cff11, 101111 GN111, A1iI1l F111'5KD1I, 13111151 11,w11s, 1v11IIV111 1111111111 '1I',' 11111,1I111 11111-11111. ,-X ' MISS DEMOHESTS HOMEHOOM-Front Row, Ish to right: AIHICIIYI1 Carlson, Vaymiu Cmmiull, Iuyw-ff Vwusv Put KQKISVY, NUHIIXIII I511l1rmrf', IA m Uhz1:2i1.1r1s4-11, Nnnfy Dv-X, Hwlwlt Qlvlxsxvr, Second Row: I.4xVu11 Cnxxiserl, Ikxvni Vuxlsml, IM11 15nlViS, Imm Arm Hxwxvxm, Cirvlyxl Uutlvl Uymhin Bwvkw, Dull limfvl, Kmxrmwlh Duy. Third How: Hi IM-'-Ax, hm I7.1'.v:au11, Ilmulmi HIUXVII, Hui!-11 Punk, lurk IY1111v.111, Iimdlvy Bllll, 1fu1'Xrsu11 Hodml, Dun Urxllrwll, Hwlclllfi Bumwll. They strive ever forwarcl MISS CROW'S HOMEROOM-Front Row. lei! to right: DiX1i LMI Rhoudos, Im11m- Hml, LIIIIGII Svlmmxf1::vI1. Second How: IN lurvs Huw lmlwl Rml, Pyrvlvilzx Sarmlvlswn, Vfxllfl 111111 Snlxin, FXITKIQXDTN Svlmurr, Llvrcxlciirw Sormxscm, Hdllllilx S1111 mrm, Ida Muy Smxulwxn. Third Row: Philhy' Suydwx, Marilyn S11 -xl, M:'1v1S Szxrrmml, Vlftllllill Sumh, Vcxlzhm- Hush:-1, hwy Shaw, D4-lun-s Sl-Hyixwrxs Larxy Sxxxx-1--. Fourih Row: PAX Fl1Qil'1!'E1, Gflfflxxw ffm no Hi Rmlwsvu, I..1r1y Syivss, Nml Sk-Pxrif-kwr, Ima HUSIUII f:1TI Zuilvr, Rlvimni Siupmmx, Hui wrt Shaw, Uayd S'i1x1l1'fn xx R - -w-r 0' Q x u. ,A 6. a ' if,- mf 'g I ' :Q . 'f. 4f?'1 f, ,L in ' 1. K I A' . ' 6 Q n , I ,fr r f',r.' D ,Swv ,.--iid nf 01,14 if ' Q . 4 , Y' -4 Q- .f ff: ig! X whfkfii . MR. McCAFFRIE'S HOMEROOM Front Row. left to riqht: M111 y S111-111111, IM1111 I11::1t:1 11:1115I'-111511w:a,NynxNw-,I'11til11111v1111 x Second Row: 1n1111.1XX'111st1.1111,1511111-fVVI1i11-, hi-IIN I.. x1'xK'11-1.11111-11,M1115'H1-1-1i,IN'I+1111111v 111.-1::.-11 iXiiIIliX!lXN,'i1li1'. Third Row: N.111:11111 XVI11t11svlI, l111'kSvy111cv111', Lickt-i1'i.'Nv,i'w'111i1tYX't1I11'l1, I111'k 'I'1111'y, 191111111121 Fic: 111 nik, l7W.1111-- f3+'l111H11w1, 1f.111.1hn'a:111, Not Present: M-11::l1,1II '1'1U1IIf:. l':11:e 37 MISS DOGGETTS HOMEROOM Front Row. left to right: Vi11111 Civlklltinxli, IM111111 x'1.1111i11H,l.111sll11w11y, I+-111111111-L7111-114-Il1, K11yD111.111,1'.1111111l11Ll111iy, 151111114 Follws-s, Humor l411wk1111111. Second Row: N.1111111111'.1.1k, H.-v1f11y 111111, N111111:1Hllxvk,I111:1sl41y1111,A1111H1vkr1I, IwA1111 6111111115111-i, Nilll 43' iinllvl, M411ily11 i'iI11I1Yl'. Third Row: G'-11111i 1911111-11, K-111111'tP1t'w1w1.'k, 15.111 G1l1s1111, I5.1111:!11s A11tw11, I'1v1i lil1111t, IUIIYQ .11111111111 PX111111-1111 I. 'kl111111, 1.11- 111111-11l1f-1. Not Present: Hvvn-1IyI3111t1v. Eager to take part ,fx iP"'! MRS. LONGFELLOW'S HOMEROOM Front Row. left to right: ivilll ily11 'I'11vvms11111!, I.'1111'f'11::w't1, Iiovmly Z11ttvl111iw1. Second Row: Lt-1111.114 Ni'i1ist1111+, 1111111 i1vv1111s1u11, Iva 21111111111 V11111m'v, 'II111l111.1 'l'I1w111psc111, 01111111 ,X P11111 Allw-11 W1-xss, I 11111 W 1vk1111111, Third Row: kiidlm 111-11 XXX-sYli1111, M111vi11 V111 :1.111.i 1' Vim-11 Vhxlktfx, 111111111111 'I'I1w1s, 14.11i.11.1 L'E1.1'.'!x-11 IW1.'kW1lsl111s-'11 iiktll '.X'1 Fourth Row: Yw111t-1 V411 V111kw11!111111 Don '.'l11:1-'15, iilltilll 'X.i'tliii11I,Kii1ii.1Ili W1 511111-I, I .1 11111 1311 vv11s, IM111 Ywtms, lim W1l::1111, l'.11Q"1'ii. MR. SCHMID'S HOMEROOM Front Row, left to right: IM1v11i I1111sv11, 1111111 Iwsswu, Hwvn-1lyHc111c111,Pr1iKc111v, Many 1.1111 Mtivl-11-11, 1711111111 fuilimlll, Holt I.11wsc111. Second Row: H116 lsl1111w1, 'IRM I,1111v1st111111, ' .1l1I.1111il1- 1 1, M111I1-1111 H.1y11111111i, Many M111 11112 51 11, Ivy-'1-M11111t1y, Mnvk H111tq11ist, i.vH11y lit-yn-1l1.1tf. Third Row: I1P11111-11!svi1,H.1l1O'B11w11,Gary K11111, i'11111k l.1l111st1111, L'l1111l-fs H11t1'I11s1111, KALIIV I.y11!l, NN11y11-1 N-H111111111, NVilt1v1i Ott:-11. s 143 w E MR. DUEA'S HOMEROOM Front Row, left to riqht:1'111-11111111111 '1'.'I.I 'II .111-11..11111'11K11111 1, ' I1 1 1' --'1, 111 1: 111111111, 1 11 ' 11.11131 1.11'11','11G1.11111111r, 1.1 1':.1. 1 1 Q '111:a' - Second Row: .111111'1.111'1II1'11,1H11'f11 11 E1 15 :z 1, f'1 1111 1 K 1'1I1 1--1:11 11, 11. 51- 1' 11t:., 1' 11. 1111- 111131 111, 1411't"1'11'1111 1'1-'1111'111111111 '1111111v . v 1 11111I"1,111I'11I1 I111li3121t, Third How: 1 2 --11 1 1 11I111', 11 111 11 1v1:a, 11111111V1lI1f1,1111'y' 1'111I111 My1,111 411-1'1I,11111 1111w::1111,11.1v11111111-. 11.11111111111,1.1111','ll111111. g 5 V?"-1' ! MISS BOXWELL'S HOMEROOM Front How. left to right: 11111 -1 111-'11-1:1 11 1111 12, N 111 11 11111-Zi, Y11 :11'1 1 1111.1 I1 Second Row: 11. -s .'.xI1 1- za 11, N 11. 1 1.1111-' :'1'.+.'11 .1'1111..1'111 1.5 1-1II'.'1. 114 1T1:11111411'1:111-1 1111111 A 1:11-'J 31-11 .7111 11115 11, 1f II: .1'111 11-is 1.. Third Row: 1111 A '111-1:4 11,11-1"'.' 1 1 1:1 1' .11.11Q1-','1111t11'1: 1.1'V 1121111118111 111'.'..1. 111'111'.', L11 11 P1 1ss111,1'1'7111111114-11 11 .fX1114:11111. Fourth Row: 1211 1111111-111111: 11l1I1f1:X.IY 17711111111-'14 M11'111 1111111111 1111- 111l1I11' 11I1I11lfi11,111VI1111111111 11I1iIl,11'Il 11 1-'14 1v '11, 1111 11141111-111 Busy and industrious A X f-we wud MR. TOWNSEND'S HOMEROOM Front Row, left to riqht:1M111:I1111111111, 11- 11.111 11111'1,111 11 11111, 11.111 11-11111. Second Howzl :111:.1 "1.1I111I1"11'111' 1.1::-11:11 1.11 .1'11i1:1- 1E1v1111111, f : IE :1 2-1171.111-,1-1x'111 1'1 11111-11 11 P1 11112.11 1. Third Row: 11-l 111. 11111 1'.':: 1.11 I'f'l11 111:111.1:' 1' 1111"1 -1111111-1' 11111113921 1i1.Q11:11 1 1 1f1.' 1.111..1 1i111.1f 11. Fourth Row: 1 11: - 1- lf 1.1111 1111, 1-I :111 111' 1.11111 1 1'1 1111111111 '1. 111111: 1E1111- I1 11 '1111."11,11-11111121111 1'1 1 I1 ' 1'.'11111-111114. io MRS. DENCKER'S HOMEROOM Front Row, left to right: If1111111111:411, 1 ' 111111111, 1.11111 1x1111. Second How: '1'.1111K111'111:1:'1' 11111111111111 Il 1 1r11'1ci11'111111111311v111'1'11K1-11111,1111111 11111v1-y,111-t'j: 1 Il 1:1,N111 '1' 11111 1111k11 '1 11l1'1'. Third Row: 11:11-15--1'11--1,N111-11-11:1--11,11 1 11'I1,1111111I1A1'!1I.1. 111.1111 1111: 11 1'I11!11 K111111-1 111I1 1111! 11 11 1111s-11,, 1.1.1 1111 1. Fourth Row: 11.1111 1111111 11. 111 IS 11.1.7 11 It 11111111 Il f 1 ' 1.11 K :11f1'1' 111111111 1:.11:: 11 . 1 . ' 1f:11:':1 11 11111111111 00 -.1 fvvf s bl -'gft V -5. MR. CULVER'S HOMEROOM VR . . Front Row, left to right: 11-111.11 111111111111 , X 1,1 N-111111,.E1I11 ',,1, 11 11-'1'11:.'. 11. 1 .1,..1 11 1,.1x,1x X11 Second How: 1.11211111111111111,111111X'111111119 I1 1111'-1 11115 11.1111111.111:11111 111s::1111 1 '1'1-' "' " '111' 1111111 1111111111 1x A 'X 1f"11'11 11531 1 X11 111 111111111111 ' , N 11111111 ! 11 11 1 'A 41 1'11 1 1'1i '1'1'111'111111'1-1 1 111111 1 ..51.1511 111111 1111111111 11 1 1 1 1' 1111111411111-Q11111s,iT11111111v 1'111:: 111 Thlrd Row: 1' 1: L11 1.111 1'1.' -'1 . 11115 1 . :111 : 11. Fourth Row: 1.1 ' 1: Ql1111:: 1' 111 11111. MR CLEMENSON S HOMEROOM Front Row left to nqht 1 L N 1 V condRow B1H1f11 11111111 1 1rd Row 11 11111 1 1 11551, 1111.1111x'11. 1 K K K S Pr..sen1: Vl11111'1 'M 1 ' 1:11 The future is a challenge 'SS1 ' :I 11 ' 1' - 11111f:.111,1.1.111.- 11 Second Row: E' Third Raw: 1 MR. HALM'S HOMEROOM Front Row. left to right: 1'11111111-111 K1 111 1111s1'111'11x111111 1 ,1 . 1 '1 1e111 'X1'11111'11 11111 1111111111: 1111. 11111 N1111:11-1:,1'11111 11'1'1111 1111111011111 1 ,,1,.1 1N.1111511111.. 1111111-'111X'11 1111111111 11111 A 1 1111111-'111t1121,11111111'111I2i,11111I11111111 1 , 1 1 11111 1 111111111111111111, 1111 . . 1 p- .0 vw' MR. SIMON5ON'S HOMEROOM Front Row. left to rlght: 1111111111 111111111-111, V1-1.111111111.111,1.111111N11'1X'1 111 111,1.111:11V1X'1 1 Second Row: 111111N111I1I1,1l1111:l1.11'11111 1.1 11 1111 111:11111,11111y11f111111 N 111 11.1111fz11.111, 1.11111Ii1l11'11.1Z1111 11111'11111.111'111111.1':., 111x11111.111'1'1 1. Third Row: 111 I1 11.111.1111 1111 111.11111'l1111111111 1111111111111111121-11-111111.1IlI,111111.11151 11,1111l1 1-11':i!21'I11,',11f11111Il1"11'Q111111111,11l1111I1"111 1.111'1111111. Fourth Row: 151111111s M1'1.111111,11111111M1'1'11111 1111111M1111s,1111111K111111111,1111v1111111'1X11111 1111111 1.111111X111.11111x 11111111N11111117111.I1, :'111.1N11-1 111211. Kenneth Waterman's dramatics class interprets another line. The airways buzz with the news of our school on the "Know Your Schools" program directed by Kenneth Waterman. Variety was added to the classroom A popular course-Civics with its Art students learn the process of panel discussion. making linoleum blocks. ll wif" 'Nl Geometry students learn about D. Shafar shows the humerus to angles and curves. his classmates in Biology I. St cl t l cl la cl ' A slip of scissors in Jane Crow's .l. Hamell, T. Staecker, and G. VanAIstine clothing class would mean disaster. get out another school program. S Robert McCaffrie checks time sheets for J Shrader, C. Weiss, B. Ober, and N. Blaha. Driver Training This new one-semester class has proved very popular. A total of 140 students have taken advantage of the training. Robert Mc- Caffrie instructs the class upon the funda- mentals of driving for the first six weeks. Then he, and the school's newly purchased car, undergo a great many risks as the hope- ful drivers try out what they have learned. This very successful course ends with the actual receiving of driver's licenses by the students. Chemistry Laboratory-Al Williams demonstrates the finer points to Hudson, Hotz, and Westling. Ed Kuhn demonstrates the seed germinator in Vocational Agriculture class. Vocational Agriculture Hopeful future farmers receive valuable practical training in LeRoy Simonson's vo- cational agriculture course introduced this fall. There are two classes, one composed of 16 sophomores and the other of ll juniors and seniors. These students are acquainted with modern farming methods concerning livestock raising, growing of crops, farm re- pair, soil conservation, and mechanical ime provements. Each student undertakes a home project concerned with some phase of study. Sales Class-Audrey Johnson completes another sale which meets the approval of Gibson, Sager, and Hintch. Volume I0 Furl llodgv lligll St-lmul June 7. 1951 EIJITUHIAL PAGE MISS XlllllNl SIIKI IN School and Its Students Lose a Friend in mu . t5 xx K ltbll 1 L, l I lim l t tool dllt u mg . 1 ll t ' . it.u uhuuut M NN .uuu xnxx nu out t ou i .no . w it it xlu ittm udt d ll N tool it . 1, N ' 1 f uw. . tw ni N ti L K 4 numd N N X N . 1 1 tl Q hlltglll .ig 1-.1 4 . . . ' u I lfio 1 . mx .1 puui 11.1 ls oi lltlllllo N 1 NU I N l I till 11N l V l U l llla 1 . . mu ltltblll X on nu wx ii tt xnxx vu it l'lUllN . in tmnu ui i x . t . x . ii tht tluwiouiii .uid out N . N .1 wa N in . .u v .uu 1 llttllll igm n tu tht Ntuc 1 . N ' xx. ' 1. - - it to 1 on r iv hlmmu it xnxx in o 1v.1 u.1 1 ht wistoni ti tw vu. . . mu 14.1 ui hor .uv . vi ,, i Dm ' tm it . c ot ui t u tVlIllIIjl N iuld ht 1 X .M u .ui llltllvllllldl os xxtt ut 1 v. N X N .mutt .ns . 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CARL T FEELHAVER Supenntendent of S hools C To Carl T Feelhaver Sup rrntendent ot Schools falls the responsrbllrty of operat mg an effrcrent school system He attended the Un1vers1ty of Nebraska where he re cerved h1s B A degree Columb1a Un1 versrty 1n New York gave h1m h1s MA degree rn World Hrstory just as Ch1cago UH1VeIS1ly rn Ch1cago presented h1m w1th an M A rn School Admrmstratron At the pre ent t1me he 1S workrng for h1s Doctors degree at the Umversrty of Ch1cago Mr Feelhaver has charge ot the schools budget and sees that the money 1S spent carefully As executrve OHICEI' and pro fessronal adv1sor of the Board of Educatlon he IS responsrble for ta1thtully carrymg out the pOl1Cl9S and programs that xt adopts All ot our teachers and courses are e lected by h1m as 1lS h1s duty to make lmprovements 1n the mstructlons from year to year w1th the approval of the Board of Educatlon Mr Feelhaver has done a splendld job educatlonal system 1n Fort Dodge These are Our Instructors Does anyone have a problem that they would hke to get some help rn SOlV1Hg? See Wesley Erbe who 1S Prrnclpal of the h1gh school Mr Erbe attended Iowa State Teachers College where he recerved hlS BA degree and the Unrversrty of Iowa where he earned h1s M A degree He wrll help any student w1th h1s prob lem whether 1t concerns an 1nterv1ew for a class an rdea of wantrng to qurt school or advrce on schedulrng He 1nterv1ews each senror and checks to see that they have enough credrts tor graduat1on and encourages them rn future plans For any senlor w1sh1ng h1m to Mr Erbe arranges an lntervrew w1th a college representat1ve For any boy gomg out for athletrcs he cer trfres therr el1g1b1l1ty Besldes dolng much for students d1rectly he does a lot 1nd1rectly too He asslgns each teacher hrs class perrods study hall and tree perlod He supervrses the mak mg out of our schedules Mr Erbe helps us all at any t1me and we consrder h1m our irrend and counselor WESLEY A ERBE Hugh School Principal I'zu:' 13 Q . . , V I . , C . in the promotion and betterment of our u Q I - . I I 1 ' . . . , , 0 Do you know who arranges for all the athletlc games at which we have so much fun? It 1S Mr Marquis who is director of all athletics for both high school and 1un1or col lege He makes plans with the different school teams which we play in football bas ketball wrestling baseball and track H also secures the officials for these games In addition to coaching the high school foot ball team Mr Marquis supervises all athletic contests During the summer months as well as dur mg the school year 1t is his duty to see that the Dodger Stadium 1S kept in excellent con d1t1on As v1ce principal he handles most cases of d1sc1pl1ne including tard1ness and delmquency Mr Marquis attended Parsons College at Fairfield Iowa where he received his BS Q Y M1SSOUIl -f Dln- FORREST MARQUIS Vice Principal Director of Athletics Understanding and Sincere HOWARD HUGHES Director of Activities Does anyone know when the next assem bly ISQ Iust ask Mr Hughes D1rector of Act1v1t1es for it IS he w1th a comm1ttee of students who plans all of our assemblies Bes1des planning our assemblles Mr Hughes makes out a calendar for all High School and Iumor College GCl1V1l19S such as the one act plays the I C variety show and the I C tour in the spring Along with our act1v1t1es you know we must have somebody to sell and to take up the tickets It IS Mr Hughes who arranges a schedule for the teachers of h1gh school and junior high to do this lob Whenever a student recerves an award it IS Mr Hughes duty to make a record of 1t As you all know he is Dean of Iumor College and acts as an adv1sor to the I C Council Mr Hughes attended three colleges Iowa State Teachers at Cedar Falls where he re ce1ved his BA Iowa State at Ames and the Umversity of Colorado at Boulder where he received h1S M A l':1g -H , ' . . e " I t . saw de ree, and Missouri Universit at Columbia, I l if - '. 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I1v:s fm II1l3AIH!I1v'lI"Ilrvhlbl Page 49 , S' is . -J -...,.v' I CHARLES RONDEBU SuperlntendentofBu11d111q and Grounds CUSTODIANS Paul Lutz Arlie Phxllips Tony lulius Iohn Olson Their Efforts We Appreclate LEWIS IOHN B A M A LLOYD PIPPETT no--"' DONALD BEIN ,,,,.A JANE CROW Ph B vt 111 I geese FRANK IUDISH BEN DUEA B A M A 1 IMOGENE DOGGETT FLORENCE NORDMAN B S M S IIIOIHKILJII S1 Idu ri 1 I I XX E h 1 " ' Q' 1 1 ' Qf"'.N I , - X sh " A li I . .L .i .. BA. .. IBA. I VN'1v.11lW111lL Shop V4'4'CIliibllI1l Hill.-51111111 HIYSIUII 5-Jh1VUTlUl1 Dirrwtrx .- A 6 9 A . Q Kish. 3? . mi 5.1 B.S. . . B.A. . .. . . I'1111I111-1 Ulf I VI H41 ' 11 I'l1y:-'ul Q 1' tum 11111110 F'lc11111111f ...j 1. FIRST SEMESTER STUDENT COUNCIL-Fronl Row, left to light: Vvlllillfxl, lush, ll: 17, R Zllliml, Gil 51111 'lf1xv11sw111l, llt 11, 1:11 1. flat. : ll 111 limit r, H111w11, lllllllllll ll, Q,,4'lIlSL Il, Grisham. Second Row: 1.11-,---1 if i', l.11s 11, lf. 1, 1, l1:11111111s, Q i"1 11:2 :11, K1111 11. 1, iflllllll, H1111112 T111wi 11111111 l'-CllIIl,S'lll1llll, A111lf:s111 1'1a11'1 :fi Third Row:i11111, l'vl1.1t 1 .:1.1: l.111111, 111:11 K3111:a::, lf1lll1SL'li, Uwiciws, Mr11t111, Prirscnis, W'111l111111, ll1111, 11111111111,G11l..:t111, Alvl, 3111111111-L-11, ur Representatives ssumed Responsibilities The student representation in our school's government is in the form of the Student Council. Democratically elected by the stu- dents are forty-eight students: one from each homeroom plus four juniors and eight seniors at large. These students are not merely as- sistant janitors. In general it is their function to serve the school. They carry on this service by being a representative body of spokesrnen for the students and by assuming certain responsi- Shine: The Building Committee :leans the trophy cases every Friday. bilities concerning the actual directing of the school. They meet once a month to organize and plan concerning these responsibilities. During these meetings the students carry on a discussion ot the problems of the students. The points of view of the homerooms are ex- pressed. The problems are debated and con- clusions are reached. From these conclusions direct administrative action usually results. These student representatives are respon- sible tor the raising of the flag, for ushering Big Wheels: Dick Swanson, Lorenz Horn and Barbara Miller. Page SECOND SEMESTER STUDENT COUNCIL-Front Row, lelt ts right: lrisli, Grisham, Larson, Carlson, Nordmark, Horn, Svlimirr, Crandall, liaiiilvr, Miller. Second Row: Haiiiiltori, llivtz, lvimiiias, Scott, Trowliririae, Holler, Wagner, Meyer, Giliscwii, Glazwii. Third Row: lluycr, Gcwonlspriml, Martiri, Gross, lciliiisoii, Curries, Pivlciiipaiicgli, Gallatin, Hiivkiiiari, Fourth Row: Aiidwistiii, lfslauiiitl, Rtiiliiila, VVilliaiiis, Cadwell, Parsons, Alle-l, Baliiit, Ericson, Ptirtfi, Rank. Forty-eight Members Planned Social Events at plays, for checking lockers, and many other tasks providing the students the oppor- tunity to share in the functioning of our school. Each year, the student council officers represent Fort Dodge at the State Student Council Convention. At this convention the problems of student government are dis- cussed. This year, our school was well rep- resented. Gretchen Summey and Denny Iohn- son were elected representatives. They were Jim Martin and Alan Williams raise the flag every morning. ,Z accompanied to Grinnell by the Student Council officers, Dick Swanson, Lorenz Horn, and Barbara Miller. Iack Stiles and Marge McClure, State Cabinet Members from our school, also went. Denny was elected to the State Cabinet for this year. The faculty advisor for the functions of the Student Council is Clair Culver. He, assisted by Harriet Demorest, is responsible for the organization of the Council activities. Gary Cordes and Nancy Beier record a locker violation. I llll' rr -,, ...gurlf 'Y '. 1, f 1 A ' "t'ir. i .- .., l1r,1l,l-1u1l,i1r lirll,-1-.ltfrtI iw.-1w:l'1ii1iw,U.l. rv.ii ti in 1- , liw,r.i A fr.: in ni: luv-:lit lit-sf. School Board Forms School Policies Fort Dodge is fortunate in the personnel of its Board of Education. The duties and responsibilities of the board are many and varied, but they discharge them all with efficiency. It is they who elect the Superin- tendent of Schools, hire qualified teachers and supervise the advancement of the city's educational system. The Board holds a reg- ular meeting once a month. These seven public spirited people, seldom Helen Buegel and Norma Davidson operate the high school office. seen by the students, find time to give gener- ously of their time and energy toward the bettermen of the schools. Only by apprecia- tion of their untiring efforts can we repay them for their labor. They deserve the grati- tude of all for their services that are so freely and enthusiastically given. Much of the success and reputation of the Fort Dodge schools is due to the counsel and judgement of these men. An efficient Superintendenfs office is maintained by Don Grieves, Joan Ruebel, Verna Slattery and Charlotte Cain. Nolunw 10 Puri Dodge- High S1 llool Orgamzatlons are Part of School Life it Nl loo UI .luilx lllllw Htl! ll XXI 1 t IN llll N ll It I ll 4 N lil 1 . IUII m t tl . . ml llllhlll lu Ill ist o N i Nt loo t v ,Ni o t N . tx I nt I . . o xt it l 1 t . . ll Ulgdll 1 1 N mx t ilu 'oi on m N NU 4 r .1 1 . . ix .UH t 4 ill Ill N . IIN tlllt Not. N0 utln tl 1 it l u p,u. K N 1 N ru 1 initio t N tonuuuu ut t .u . N 1 thug, . it . 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'l'h ht-g"1u llll'll' .1-' tllll"Il th- foe tl - ll st-'is I 'lll'll tht-j opt-rzxtt-tl tht- Stn l' -1 -1-u on m' y wiutry f tl ' ll Eggs. 'l'h- ut-xt nmjor twsl' w'i.' tht- l-t-o- rzlt' of tht- school for T Vis. 'l'h- hwlls h'1vt- ou uviuy sut-h 'Cll- :it .' ht--u ln'i1,litt-ut-tl hy Y-'l't-1-u du' "t' A 'ml I st 'l'hi.' oi'- g:'i ' l-'t li . '-'-' zl proj- uct: " -' th- yt-'xr ' ' l' -' tht- 'l" -' fm'-1 I lx' Y 'l .' 't' lf. It ".' 'l.' tl'.- 'LE lll'l Fllll ' - ' tl -'ho Vt-t-la iu l' 't ll l-'- lIiprhSt-I1 llI' - 'ug th- l""- .'l'1 ' plc- vol 1 -it 'mtl tl - .' l' 'l'h- Y-'l'n-t-us 'u't- just out- -fuu- plt- of an org:-uiiz-ition which pro- vitl- "-vt 'uid iuclirt-t't st-rvit-o to th- ml ' - iity. 'l'h-'t is only out group, thu' -th' tl - uthlt-tit' ll"llll.', which uu- gu ' iutt- '.'t'liol'1.'tit- ' lvli- ' tio . 'l'h'1t 's tl - l 'gh :cl vol I-I 'iti- t-' .'l'l'.' 'ga , - -- -lly li l -' N 1 -" -', h'.' 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V 4 V lliljfl' xl EENS First Row l it to nqht l Il 1 ll 1 1 W X 1 ll X ll ll lf ow 111 1 s Buslest School Ofg6l'llZ6tlOl'I The YTeens organrzatron IS one of the buslest rn school The program started out w1th the Gypsy Patteran and conttnued through the year w1th several projects Some of these were collect1ng food at Thanksg1v1ng decoratmg the school at Chnstmas and spon sormg mterestmg act1v1t1es dur1ng Frrend sh1p Week The Y Teen g1r1s also had charge of refreshments at the games Wrlma Hast1e IS the adv1sor of th1s group and she handled her job capably ass1sted by Bermce Bernatz Barbara Borgeson was presrdent Coleen Wagner v1ce pres1der1t Io Ann Rohden sec retary and Mary Scott treasurer ENS F st Row left to nqht I lltlt lt t t Second w l 1 s Th rd ow l V Gr' '47 CHEERLLADERS Cheerleaders Sp lnstc ad of the usual four cheerleaders thls year began a new trend s1x cheerleaders elected rn the sprrnq New lackets new cheers and a new mascot started the year rolhng Under the d1rect1on of Dora Telher the group planned several outdoor rallres ark Year With Pep and took charge of the hornecornrnq testrv ll1GS The Clly and school authorrtres assrsted rn a downtown snake dance at the begrnntnq of the fall season Wrth the addrtron of more cheerleaders came more pep and rdeas Stress on school sprrrt brought out more fans Yea Dodgers hghf' l l1.,l rr Pep Band adds sparkle io the assemblies Pep Band The Pep Band drrected by Walter Lake was aga1n formed lh1S year Its twenty elght members provxded lxvely mus1c Wh1Ch added basketball games Thelr stlmulatlon ID pep assemblles also added to the enthus1asm of Dodger supporters Pep Club A workrng Pep Club marked at the games by bean1es and pompoms also added to team support rn assembhes as well as at the lh1S orgamzatron The cheerleaders were the presxdmq ofhcers and Coleen Wagner was elected secretary Pep Club takes time out for In pldure color and enjoyment to our football and actual events. Seventy-five students formed Fourth Row 1 Frith Row NCPRT BAND Frrst Row Second Row Thlrd Row Concert Band Wore Strllc ng New Uniforms Walter Lake sfrnkes up o boogue tune Repertolre CIICUS Tlme Serencrtu Deep Purple N1Ob9 Overture Wme Women and Song Amqsrcfuns We Mcrrch The Toy Trumpet Long Anderson Peter De Rose De Rubertxs Strauss Fllllmore Scott I 11,1 16 1 4 n O 5 1 . , - 1 3 1 1 S 4 V 5 . V A . li - A o-...wi-1 I f- ' : 17.11111 TQ 112211111 7 1.3 FI l'l','11'1, .'111. 1i1::. 11 1' 1':,-I z T.f1:.11- '1:1-: .4' : 11.1 .7-.1:1g 1':. 1111. 1111.5 11, f.f11'1.1 11:11-1. 1'f1111.111. 1 1f11.1I, 'll . 1'11: ' :'1:1. 1 .1.1 111111,111111:..7-.11-111.:1111, .f'X111111w'11 1'1111::1-11 111111111 Y1111 V111111111-1111 111 fl' f'11.1'11111111 L1-.'11..1 .'1.11l11--1 1 "1 1 , .'11. 1-1 1 11 ..1111111:. 1'-1'.'+1,. 111111111 1311.111 1':11-11111, 1111, 1'f,':.11 , 11. 111111111 1" E 11,11 E1:1,111. 11: ' 11, 1: 1: .1 Q1 111.11 1111: 111 Pi 'l'T " .1 Q : t ' 11 1 ' : '1111.. 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Row Inu I I II I con ow K uw S ll I ll' W I II ax II 11 'II I Four WLI Thanksgiving Music Was Repertoure Carousel Selectlon Valse Trxste Prayer 111 Dream Pantomxrne Russlan Sa11ors Dance Snowwhxte Fantasy Herod Overture March of the Melstersmqers Inspirational To All ORCHESTRA OFFICERS 'z " 5. CO 7 ' :Q f: Huswns, rm-I IZ, 0.'r1IE.1r1 II I-kf Se d H : 1- I' N"I.'v'II MI Iom- Gurrixl--I, Iiwlv-1 IIIHIIIHI, Iukm IKI111!,'I4v, .MI uw N.vr.ImuI:, II111-' I'-fy Mos M my Iam II--Irs.-11. Th' d Ro : 'A Ivlyrx I'orwIr-, M rvyt, IINII--It Ihfzt 'I'Ix.v:u-rs'I'wl11I1l1:1wl1, V1-111ml IVIIIIINII I7-xviriIXII-,Iv'I.1xv1l1I'IcwII.1x,I.wI41 Kwrr, IXI1 1Ix'l1 X'11w. ih Ro : 'n In-an Wrrlkvl Imam Sxv.mf:.'rl, Iwruwfz II-55.11, I,I-wlllwl 'I'1Ivw1 11.II1'-, IXI'lI'II" IHIII--1u1.111, IUIIIII'II1SS+'II, I I I I I : Ixf xxx I a1IE ::a 11, I1z:1I.I.::'1l1, .'x':1II.11 IX I,-ll--, IA uv II1, -'I Z' f.fzrIIv.-IkI1:I:1I-1 Iwi- II Ii, XMAS! I - ' ' ,f 1 . . 4 . , l x ' Y . - 4 ' fn. Feature Attraction: Marching Band. Marching Band The Marching Band, led by Drum Major Keith Moreland and a corps of majorettes, presented many unusual programs at Dodger Field. They were under the direction of Walter Lake, who planned the programs. They won the approval of each weekly audi- ence, which was evidenced by the applause they received. Among the programs were: "A Salute to the Team of l950," "Say It With Music," "The World Series," "Spook Show," and "Marching In Review." DRUM MAIOR AND MAIORETTES Instrumental Groups lnstrumentalists in the form of small en- sembles entertained Fort Dodgers during the school year. These groups numbered from three to six members. By appearing before the public, they got more practice. They ap- peared at the service clubs, women's organ- izations, church gatherings, benefits, P.T.A., and local assemblies. The performance of these hard-working groups proved a popular attraction through- out the year. Bb CLARINET QUARTET t 1 ll lt, lvl l".'ll1l,lll'll, l."I'lIl, lifiym intl l.lir1lt ll' lrrrrtlimtijitvilltlrz!X1l1sw'1'l.,li l1lllNlI5'l lift! 1 till, llw. Jftviilfl, litmlmziti. Viftimvt Van Vrillurlllwi 1. BRASS SEXTET STRING TRIO 1 ' : ff xx rf ' A ll E' 'rl' 1 1 -1 111 SAXOPHONE QUAHTET WOODWIND QUARTET .YZ T- i I NN E S 1,1 1. Fx' I' Y I CLOWN BAND TRUMPET TRIO 111 ' ' '1'.: -'11:1..,-. 2 3111111 .'., 11 1 1: I 'E 11' ' ' I 1 Q rp, 12 1. Little Dodger Bl monthly Publication Have you read the Senror Sketches? D1d you read the frrst yoke ln P1 L1ne'? These are two of the questrons heard every trme the Lrttle Dodger IS pub lrshed Thrs paper belong to the stu dents An alert group of Dodgers are responsrble for tts br monthly appear ance Erghteen edltrons were rssued durmg the year Sornetrmes rt was hard to thlnk of SOITISYDIHQ new for the rssues but thrs year the staft dld a flne rob of thrs mcludrng such thmgs as blrthdays and Dodger small talk Servrng as Managrng Edltor the flISl semester thrs year was lane Ann Crow ley Larry Savage and Ierry Rabmer were Co Edrtors the second semester These lournalrsts w1th the help of thelr Top to bottom Margaret Flom and Dlxle Rhoades glve their approval Barbara Dean Larry Savage Duane Harris and Leonard Peart measure for copy Paul Larson s typing IS being supervised by Pat Hogan Kay Dolan Donna Walstrom and Ann Aarons Jackie Jensen and Betty Lou Quick fund rt humorous 'i u ll l': 'v t" A I l I ll , . yy b 1 ' 5 4 ' ' l pri, . A c.. 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N . -. c , o- t 1 ,gr 68 Students Aided in Publication splendrd staff handled the1r lob capably and efflcxently Durrnq the lllness of Adehne Sharon the Lrttle Dodger adv1sor the staff worked und r a tremendous handrcap After her untrmely death the staff mrssed her help and advrce In 1934 Mrss Sharon took over the Lxttle Dodger and through her unceasrng efforts made 1t the paper 1t IS today The paper IS sent to schools all over the state and 1t compares very favor ably w1th ed1t1ons from other schools Thrs year several staff members at tended the annual Iournahsm confer ence rn Des lVIo1nes The staff enyoyed the Iournahsm Banquet held rn Iune Top to bottom Donna Walstrom Jane Anne Crowley Ruiahneen Knlgge and Mack Hartqulst look over their work .Ioan Newbrough Wanda Cross and Jo Sager typlsts tlnush up some work Jan Wiese Ralahneen Knlgge Bob Higgms and Betty Lou Quick are busy meeting the deadline Adeline Sharon advisor l':1g'e- 63 i ' Xn larry Savage Dells .lack Brown, Bob Shannon, and Bob Dickerson The Idol appears--Duane Plngel he wants none of the treasure. Scenes from "A Niqht at the Inn" Ever Popular ne Act Plays Scenes from For the Love of Allah Leff Bob Hlggms nrrlfafes Jo Ann Llchty Lower left Coleen Wagner and Joy Kurtz discuss the facts of llfe Lower right Larry Spless gives has lane to Bob Gross Scenes from The Nerqhbors Margorle Crouse Ilsfens to the a Imenls of Colleen Walker whale Grandma sews Raiahneen Knrgge portrays disgust whale Marlorie Crouse and Colleen Walker look on Kay Howard lrstens to Duane Pmgel s accusations whale Grandma pahently rocks N135 Comedy Melodrama The one act plays presented Thurs- day evening, February 9, uncovered new talent ln our school The plays ran from the sprrrt of comedy to that of mys tery g1v1ng the aud1ence a good varrety The Nerghbors was a comedy whrch took place m a mrd western town rn the early 1900 s A Nrght at the Inn was an unusual mystery whlch took place rn England The use of cockney dralect by some oi the actors made the atmosphere of the settrng seem more reallstrc After the mystery the audlence relaxed once more as they laughed at the farce comedy For the Love of Allah Th1s play was a story of the people who l1ved rn the Alabama back country The Nexghbors A Comedy by Zona Gale Rarlrara B r rr sorr lv rrrc rrl Lrousr Grarrclrrrrr s Al r E7r1 rrrrt Prrr rt Petr r lrrrr lvlartrrr rro rr l 4 r Mrs M rr rrr C all tn Vvalkc r urralrrrr t rr lxrrrqqr Kay llcvwcircl lrs rot lvr-, Fllswl A Nrght At An Tnn A Melodrama by Lord Dunsany krrl x s cr k Hruwrr arrx rvag vc r s l me s the 1 1 T L Prrr sts ol lxle slr arrr llarrrs r s l r lkrt slr rr f For The Love ot Allah A Comrc Valentrne by Phxl Mrlhous t w l rrtrrtrrr L r s Maw Put rim Bef tire Putrrarrr lvlrss Crr kc t Ptrtrrarrr Mrws Quf crrrre Brat lc Arr: rt vw Al rvsrrrs B rrr rrrry wprc '-. cr rr NVaqnrr Rob llrrrgrns Ifry Kurtz Arrrr lrt -A " 11 - rr 3 Q . . . - - I rr - rr .r rr . 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' ' ' 2: r W ' .... , ..,....... lu Q 'lrly ' . . ls' 5 srl ...,.. ....... l r 'i"fs: Students Trained ln Acting "Wilbur's Wild Night" was a farce comedy play in one act. It was a hilar- ious story about a young boy with an over active imagination which is brought about by reading too many comic books. He proceeded to get his whole family into trouble. As usual things returned to normal. The one-act play "Christmas Trim- mings" added a new idea to the high school dramatics by the use ot central staging. A stage in the Round is one that is placed in the center of the audi- ence with the audience seated around it. The play was built around a story about some back woods relatives who came to visit their nephew and niece in the city during Christmas vacation. They ran full force into high society and decided to tame it. They succeeded in doing so and all ended happily. Top to bottom: Duune's medizine bog is investigated in "WiIbur's Wild Night". Srenes from "Christmas Trimmings". Bob Higgins ond .lock Brown os robbers. Lee Rogers and Charlene Hyde do not see the robber. Phyllis Berry and lorry Spiess discover the theft. Ng, X X A . . f K J '9 . x.b- V Qxw A, -W 9 if L 4 E EK I H -sz 5' Dodger Players- Tl1e Dramatics Club In order to attain a well organized and interesting program the Dramatics depart- ment found it necessary to have the co- operation ot many students. The Dodger Players organization is com- posed ot those who are interested in dra- matics. In order to join the club each member must have had one semester ct dramatics plus an active interest in the work, or have earned at least five points in stage crew, stage makeup group, or by appearing in one-act plays. When Mr. Waterman decided a student was eligible to join the club he was then put through an initiation service which had its humor- ous and serious sides. In order to put on convincing plays the characters must look their parts. That was the job of the stage makeup crew. This group met once a week for an hour for instructions on how to apply the makeup. Under the direction of Mr. Waterman the crew learned how to apply makeup to all ages and types of people. A group seldom given recognition was the stage crew. It was a hard-working group ot students who devoted much of their time to preparing the stage tor per- formances. All those who were interested in stage crew were allowed to work. Many also worked as a means ot gain- ing those tew extra points needed for their honorary dramatic pins. Top to bottom: DODGER PLAYERS Row One:lVlat'lclla1'tq111st,It-.iiiilltmti-11,ltft11yi31-twtt, lifrrlicrisiH1112-'s.v11,li111lpl71s'::fz,lQ41'.'l'1i11fl KE'IlI1tt5llC5Illt'l. RowTwo:lrt11wa11Witsw,li!X1111l,1vl1ty la' l'- I '1ss11 Auth1yGe1sv,lMlc11ytlwf:5111 lwa1111u l-flfiit 11, lavkivl7al1lve111,C:r11tlbra'kw11,F'vtwfyllfrvts ROW Three: Larly Szrvatit ,l:'l111Atwcl,litttillivkr-1sr111 BQiltG11iss, lXualasl'.ws2, l4ul'B11stl11,x'ly1t - kglflllttltl Bill Strait, llll :rw llt1lllS, I1111 l-1 .l'lll, Balt Ell1a1111t:11. MAKE-UP CREW STAGE CREW .al LIBRARIANS DEBATERS l Library The High School Library under the guid ance of Agnes Krllerlam served lU2U high school and lumor college students Fifty faculty members also used the 85 maga mes and 7 000 volumes on hand This year 16 082 books were circulated and this kept Miss Killerlam and her four student librarians busy During the year every student found the library useful at least once and often several times. The library was a pleasant place and everyone enjoyed working in it. Every student found that it was necessary to use the library. In doing so he found that it was ct pleasant place to work. CHOIR OFFICERS: I' , 1- Q EZ zz. -z f Debate A busy and successful season was enjoyed by this years debate team The affirmative was upheld by Dwame Schaffner and Ro maine Meeker egative speakers were Ice Greenhet and Mark McCormick The team placed near the top in the several Iowa tournaments in which it particrpated Their record was particularly outstanding in the Coe College Tournament in which opposing the better teams of the state they won seven debates anl lost three. For the second straight year the team and the individual speakers qualified for the state tournament in Iowa City. CHOIR LIBRARIANS:l1it ll.t,1', fftzzr ' .5 : 'i Fxrst Row t Second Row I tt Fourth Row Thrrd Row USIC ID The All' Accompunlst Judy Nelson Under the 1nsp1r1ng drrectron of Clayton Hath away the A cappella Chorr gave the tradrtronal performances of the Thanksgrvmg program and the Chrrstmas Natrvrty Pageant On March 15 and 16 the operetta Sweethearts by Vrctcr Herbert was presented A trrp was made to Ames for the Spnng Festrval Thrs hard work 1ng group appeared before several servrce clubs of the crty The chorr assrsted rn the hrst pres entatron of the weekly Krng Band concerts Comblned wrth other musrcal groups of the school they presented a versatlle repertorre that was enjoyed by all who heard 1t lt Wasn t all Work and no play for thrs group especrally Wrth the entertarnrng Chrtstmas party The chorr concluded a successful season wrth rts contrrbu tron to the graduatron GXEICISGS siRow I Q N I 1 Second w L Thrrd Row 1 ul' OW ll Inspired Songsters X 1 Repertolre Steal Away Let All the Natxons Prarse the Lord Th1s Is My Father s World Roumaman Rhapsody Llttle Blrd Lrttle Brrd Somebody S Krrockmq At Your Door Poor Me Dett a Showboat Medley Ezek1e1 Saw The Wheel Agnus Der The Lord s Prayer Cam Shaw Rmgwald Gardner Kub1k Rrley nd G11lum Kern S1meor1e KCI111'1I11kOf Malotte Dnrector 2 s Chorus provides background for Pat singing "Sweethearts". Keith and Pat sing "Cricket on the Hearth". 3 Entire chorus and danzers in finale. 'S The A Cappella Choir presented Victor Herberts Sweethearts Seldom has Fort Dodge been privileged to have such an entertaining evening as was provided with the presentation of "Sweet- hearts." Dame Paula, her daughters and Sylvia, about whom the romance interest centers, provided both beauty and laughter. Comedy which was indeed very funny was provided by Iim Martin, Marvin Eckedal. Larry Speiss, and Bill Strait. A happy ro- mantic ending was assured by the romance ot Prince Franz and Sylvia. Beautiful singing Pat Peterson and sisters talk with their new father, Bill Strait. both by the chorus and the principals made this a memorable evening. Clayton Hathaway was general director ot the production. The Show Shop orchestra was directed by Walter Lake and Kenneth Waterman was in charge ot the cast per- formance. The costumes were selected by lean Doggett, the art work was supervised by Robert Halm, and the student dance director was Sandra Wells. The operetta was pre- sented two successive evenings. Bonnie Alftine sings "Jeanette and Her Wooden Shoesugww Martin and Ekedal. R 41 Soldiers provide arch for Pat with the chorus Dancers characterize "Mother Goose". singing "Entrance of Sylvia". Soldiers and laundresses "On Parade". The "Wooden Shoes Dance". Sylvia . . Prince Frar Liane . . Mikel . Paula . Daughters IZ. of Dame Paula-fr C Pat Hogan Keith Moreland Bonnie Alftine . . Bill Strait Marilyn White ast Babette . . Nanette .... Lieutenant Karl . . . Hon. Percival Slingsby Petrus Van Trornp . . Aristide Caniche . . Betty Lou Quick Ann Bickal . . Phil Hall . Larry Speiss Marvin Ekedal . lim Martin . Dick Kerr . . Bob Gross Alan Williams Phil Hall makes love to Bonnie Alftine. Ieanette ...... . Liz Schnurr Captain Laurent . Clairette . . Pat Peterson First Footman . Lisette . Gwen Hughett Second Footman. . Toinette . Delores Horn Spelss, Martin, Strait, Ekedal Strait, as the hero father, takes his sing "Pilgrims of Love". part In the laundry duties. SECOND PERIOD CHOIR Frrst Row lett to nqht Fourth Row Tralmng hour The on and ahs that could b heard cn Tuesdays and Thursdays came from Clayton Hathaway s second and fltth per1 d choruses Th y we re IGCQIVIHQ 1nstruc11on IH the funda mentals of vocal mus1c The one hundred students 111 the groups met two t1mes a week The students were audltloned and many of them became members ot the A cappella Cho1r Second Row Thxrd Row Speclalty Slngers The glrls sextet and the boys quartet were two Vocal groups much ID demand for per formances The groups were featured ID the A cappella concerts and appeared w1th other cho1rs on occaslons The members ot these two umts were selected from the A cappella cho1r after aud1t1ons They were a hard work1ng and pleasant add1t1on to the mus1cal Concerts IH wh1Ch they appeared R OBE CUSTODIANS V V P11110 Tl 'T Z ' . 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Y 11-1-1 11511 111 11 '1'1'111111 Y111 V111k111 WTRW' Dodger Sales Hut Top Agaun The rrutxal work on thrs year s B1g Dodger began last sprmg wxth an orqamzatxonal meetmg 915 Dodgers were sold m the hrghly successful sales campa1gn rn the fall Last September several staff members attended the Iowa H1gh School Press Assocxatxon Con ference at Drake UHIVGTSIIY m Des Momes U per left ADVISOR L ulx EDITOR I I Mxddle PHOTOGRAPHERS wer left SOCIETY H 1 nt l l Lower Rrght BUSINESS MANAGER TYPIST l' 1 ii 1 xx ' ? , C L a . 5 . . . I V- 4 I 5 .,, l .. ,, I 1 g J I I W A f 'Wifi f 0 ' n Z V. .. 1v. Upper riqhi-FEATURES: l'1 I--, l.r1 svn, Lf 'Vlzllvg ll I. P - .1 ' 'wr' : .1-l'1:r.1". ' - :Hr 1- :11::. ':.::::':r:, Lo - : mr' o, llil1'll"I. ' 7 :'.','1': 'Ls : lw :ms rl. I 5 V , ,, 9 naw aH fXHended II4 S P fk Convenhon Then followed long hours of drawrng up dumm1es takmq and mountrng PICIUIGS cmd wrrtmq cmd edrtlng copy whrch lasted throughout the year The efforts of the twenty four staff members and adv1sor Clarr Culver resulted rn the cornpletron of the Dodger of 1951 near the end of the school year per Ieh EDITORIAL N 1111 lt 111 A I Upper nght GIRLS SPORTS L 1 Center BOYS SPORTS lkulm I I Lower left CLASS NEWS nd ng tl I q 1 Lower rlqht ARTISTS ll 1 III M L l I lr 4-Lu Nt' go NX X Y 40' if 9 x if I t ' . " , I 5 y Q W: . 'N--. - St . . . . . . 2 Q' , 1 I uf Q. , 1 'N UP 7 :Iwi . A t 3 itll sou. X. " ' ' g ' : Km wr. - ' : ' , k't1o11xm11. 4""' Sta I : uL',ll.r1I. Sitlin zllum, lltxlulwxm, G1 'Stl , ' - : wt. m'111m". 3 u I Q2 I X Q SX. K E 591 ' Nr.. K? X K'k There were two language clubs in our school this year. Eight students took third or fourth year Latin and were qualified to join S.P.Q.R. Second year Span- ish students were eligible to join Fiestas Sin Siestas. Several things highlighted the clubs' agendas. The Latin Club en- joyed its initiation and annual Roman Banquet. At this banquet the students dressed as Romans. Highlighting the Spanish Club program was a picnic in May and the Christmas party. At this party some of the members broke the pinata, an old tradi- tional Spanish custom. There Were a total of forty-tive lin- guists in these clubs this year. Top to bottom: LATIN CLUB l1l1tv111lI,l+111:Y.1,lIi:1:s 11, '.t'- twfllll ll- 111 L ft::,','1' vt 111. SPANISH CLUB First Row: Nzzls. ll LT E.:11l11,l.E1i1l11111:l1, 131111 ss S1111 lQ11:1', U1 11 l. 11v1tt. Second How: lfv 111s li M111 , K11111111', lf.1111:111,'tifitst11,l1Tw'l1.11 , '1l.'l1l'1111x', 'ff ilk' 1. SPANISH CLUB FirstRow:lf1if,ll1i11111,11Q11.1111, l'1sfl11 1, ii11111'g1, lltt ?i1t.l111, Second Row:T.I111s1111,lX1111l11,ll11.', 'UY1111111 1, l4111'.v1-.I 1 '11 xvI1",', lX1111s.11. 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V , I, : K , V, I f M, . 1 f.,y-'f' f' ' N- .-r ' I ' , ' 'YI 'lf I J I 4,1 r 4 I I K 'Q IV! , , ,, , , ' ,- A X. 1 I 'I ' A ,, 'Jf V. A , f V . . . fp 75-V Q Football Scores Fort Oppo Dodge nents Dubuque iLorasD 9 5653, Mykigm 'S mr iff North Des MOIHGS East Sloux C1ty West Waterloo East Waterloo East Des Momes Ames Mason Clty Wrlson fCedar Rap1dsJ 6 R 'nut' N0 COACHING STAFF Seated: Townsend, Pippett, lVicCaffrie, Marquis, Bath, Rakvi. Standing: Cif'Ill'fllSOll, Duoa, Csfllitilllflll. The Coaches and Their Sports Forrest Marquis-Director of Athletics, and head football coach: Lyle Townsend-base ball coach: Lloyd Pippett-intramurals: Bob lVIcCaffriewB-squad football coach, assistant track coach: Harvey Clemenson, head wres- tling coach: Ben Dueaeehead track coach, football line coach: Howard Bathetennis coach, football backfield coach: "Connie" Goodman- head basketball coach: Win Rakerkassistant track coach. Any one of these individuals is hard enough to corner at any time during the year. But, since at some times they move faster than at other times, and since their periods of extreme activity don't coincide, you had better take a good look at your athletic coaches while you can: you aren't likely to see a conglomeration like this again. OFFENSIVE NUCI.E'.iS'- Bclckfield: Briqhi, Halhaan, Bumell, lviallarw. Linemen: Fltirigrwri, Antlr rscn, Gillnmn, lvicsserly, Sinnrwtt Beifiaer, lvivNulty, Gortins. V ., J P5 a 7 4- 1 er 2 Page 'il VARSITY SQUAD-First Row: Vinnos, Bruin, Kuehnast, Stu lent Managers Rudolph and Duoa, Mulroney, Woyor, Porter, Second Row: lilrlilllllll-ll, lNlvNi1lty, htirnvll, Cillman, MOSf'PilY, Hrrlliqari, Simiolt, llwmqcr, Mallfirn, lzflllill, L'hinf1rcn, ll-ini-tra, Third Row: ll-'lr-tits, llosivu lluvivk, liasniiissmt, Ptirsrvus, Rtiilririvr, Anflvrswii, Mvlllivrsori, ll. Kimi, Stewart, i'Ul'lllt'l, lwlimzfvii lltiyilritzs. Fourth Row: llwiifxlas, lfrivswti, li. llIi'VVll, A, ffrivsfui, ll, Kiwi, llfuri, liwm, ll, llrcwwii, 1 l lflllllnlll, K-'11, ll-ir: iiiti lnirristvn, llolws. Dodgers Were Again Winners of Big Six The 1950 football season saw the Dodgers fielding a light, but lethal team that brought Fort Dodge its fourth conference champion- ship in the six seasons since the Big Seven became the Big Six. Victorious in all confer- ence games, the Dodgers lost two, won seven, and tied zero. Those seven wins are the most happily re- membered events for fans and players alike. But the two losses, to Ames and Loras Acad- emy, undoubtedly had the effect of putting the Dodgers on the warpath against their next foes. However, they came closer to up- setting these two powers than any other team Bath, Marquis and Pete Rudolph watch in suspense. Ames or Loras played. Although they were a lighter team than usual, tteam average 159 poundsl, the Dodg- ers more than made up for their size with speed, skill, and an aggressive spirit. A smooth T-formation running attack, helped by neat blocking, was the Dodgers' best weapon. Any time the crowd saw Bur- flip a hand-off to Mallaro, or Halligan, or Brighi, they were on seat's edge ready to cheer the back, who in the next two seconds might be quick-stepping around end or through the line and away. Cr rtiitmuf tl t ll ll' xt pigvj Holligan shakes loose: blockers move in. Unbeaten ln Loop Gridders Won Eight Lost Two Mallaro's specialty was a fast trip around end, dodging would-be tackles and racing upfield, or hugging the sidelines and using his speed to put him in the clear. Halligan was noted for explosive line plunges: his twisting and dodging tactics put him through again and again. The line got better and better as the year went by, developing a defense that was fast and frustrating. It didn't hold too well against Loras, our first opponent, but by mid-season the line was almost impenetrable to line plunges, Kas East Des Moines and their sprinter Atkins learnedl: and end runs, though more successful than plunges, were soon halted by our ends and our speedy defensive backs. Pat Halligan, team captain and fullback, was honored by being chosen to the fullback spot on the Iowa Daily Press Association's first all-state team. Some fullbacks in the state scored more points than Pat, but it's safe to wager that few were as consistently useful, both offensively and defensively. FRESHMANQSOPHOMORE SQUAD-First Row: Larson, Nesiund, Houn, D. Mosserly, VVl1ito, Buntia, Hat-ont.-lit, Vintitv. lilotfk, lkltlvllllllllfilll, Sulnnokor, Sclrwondornan, McCarthy, Lyle, Blackstone, Auten, Marrs. Second Row: Stucirnt Nlanaavr Pcldor, Norlierry, Paine, Cervino, Peterson, Caster, Hamilton, Henry, Blank, Drzyrimski, Fritz, Kzmrncrnner, Lindberg, flonalro, Fuller, Parsons, Knutson. Third Row: Sturdevant, Bnckenpauqh, VV'al'zcr, Lau, Vinzznt, Iolinsfn, Soils, Carrot, Hutvnesori, Shafer, Holta, Kempley, Meneie, Evans, Rice, Crdwell, Monahan. l t t' t M I l l it Page S LEONARD McPl-IERSON GARY KING PAUL FORTNER BLAKE BROWN Letterman McNulty downs an East Des Moines back Three on one IS good football 1 I I Il i kh1.11xi f'11lllw1vk Tuul Glmni CHUCK ANDERSON BOB GILLMAN BURDETT PARSONS HAROLD HAYUNGS 'lHxvk1'- Gunui 'R f I . CARL BRATTMILLER DICK DOUGLAS TOM MALLARO IIM MCNULTY Players fees! their full of banquet Cu? and mouse lMulIarob ROGER MESSERLY WALT ROBERTS CHUCK SINNOTT DICK BRIGHI 1 1 1 1 II 1 1 1 llp.,e8 Cornered maybe' RON BURNELL DON CHINGREN WIDHZFS PAT HALLIGAN Fort Dodge Hxgh School was proud to see Pat Hallrgan Wm All State honors thrs year He was elected to a backtreld pOS1l1OI1 on the 1950 All State frrst team by the sports wrxters of the Iowa Darly Press Assocxatxon After seemg hrrn play vars1ty football smce he was a sopho more we all felt he deserved rt ALLAN ERICKSON CONNIE GERDES DARYL HOBBS lltllltrx lltl IIII Ik KEITH BEIGGER I 11,0 Sh VARSITY SQUAD Fxrst Row B rg G oft Q l D lfy Mall M N :tty econd Row Il 1 :rd Row F I I 1 I Basketball Scores FORT DODGE OPPONENTS Rockwell Crty East Des Momes Algona Perry West Waterloo East Waterloo Mason C1ty Webster Clty Spencer North Des Momes Webster Crty West Waterloo East Waterloo North Des Momes Mason Clty East Des Momes Boone District Tournament O East Sioux City l':11.fe S B SQUAD Fxrst Row Stuck nt MUIIGLJN Ib Swee Ilt y Il1o111:1b econd Row F 1 Rst ll lx 1111111 M M11111111 Ill CJ1ly1111 Murrr, hone Ht 11 S Thlrd Row R 111k I1u:,ty bronx Rug Ladwe ll KCI111111 1111112yQ1 IDlt7l"Ill 1 I1 1 Fourth How HQ111111ond M1Cc1rlhy Whltel D1zy:1msk1 Brnmw Prwm TRAVELING SQUAD Slandmq lf! to nght M Nultv 11 if Duffx Q i A 1 U1 R 111181 eelmq B 111 M ll kllt1'i'fI1tIl1.llt1llI1SUll Student Managers Basketball Review This was a bad basketball season. We won four games and lost fourteen. But the season shouldn't be accounted as a failure. There are those to whom a successful sea- son means a winning season, and nothing more. And there are others who say that there are factors just as important if not more important than winning games. They say character-building, school spirit, sportsman- ship, count as much or more than winning games. For purposes of optimism we ought to belong to the latter group. But in our play- ers there was good character, school spirit, and good sportsmanship before the first game of the season: how much "building" there was is hard to measure. The remarkable thing is that they kept those qualities all season. The Game Begins. ' 2 We won two of our first four games, then didn't win again until we defeated Webster City and East Waterloo late in the season. The East game was our sole Conference vic- tory. Yet everyone who had any inside view of the team could tell that the boys weren't scared: they weren't ready to quit: they were working even harder at the season's end than at its beginning. If they hadn't been persistent they could never have beaten East Waterloo. Anybody who knows will agree that we usually have better teams but that We have had few harder-working teams. We lost to East Des Moines by only three points and they went to the state tournament, as did West Waterloo. Five games were lost with only a four-point margin. Mollaro hits the deck. Q. f'wur"k R X ,Aff F in 555. . ' 'Q .x v Qxfi Q- 1 f f m ' , L 'Wg 5 QS? ,291 'W fa vp ,iw wg . Q ,:. ..,,.,,..,.: , .. ., . ,.Q, - ----5 .. - W , , f Q Q M -X KV' I Kwai W :II , 49' E H. l W3 Xl .,A,, A ':- ' ? if gg -f i i:iE,:., LA ,5v:.,,V..::..5 Av V I L 4 f 'v',g,,,f f W , wk Page 9 The Fort Dodge g upplers gust before their dual meet wn'1 the strong Algonu team Matmen Win Distrlct Meet Under the tutelage of the new coach Harvey Clemenson and assxstant coach Bob McCaffr1e the wrestlers got off to a good start lh1S year by defeatmg East and North Des Mo1nes rn the flrst two dual meets of the season Therr luck turned however when West Waterloo handed them a strngmg defeat The next two meets were lost to Eagle Grove and Osage rn two non conference bouts The grapplers got rolhng after these three straxght defeats by wmnmg over Mason Crty and Clarron then losmg a close battle to East Waterloo At the last dual meet of the season Fort Dodge met the undefeated team from Algona Thrs proved to be the best meet of the year Wllh Fort Dodge tremg therr strong opponents 18 18 Two weeks later the Dodgers traveled to Clarron to enter rn the D1str1ct Meet After start1ng wrth eleven men rn the prelrmmanes there were stlll seven of these gorng 1nto the sermfrnal round Two of these lost one was Con Gerdes who lost to a last years state champron Fort Dodge then forged ahead m team pomts when they won frve second and one frrst place rn the frnal round The only frrst place went to Harold Hayungs who beat Frsher another state champ from last year It was the second trme he had defeated hrm th1s year Second places went to Denton Errcson Pat Halhgan Con Gerdes Drck Br1gh1 and Dlck Heller All s1x of these boys entered the state meet at Cedar Falls How ever luck was agamst them as none of the s1x entr1es placed 1n the frnal scor1ng .v I" 4 . I - 1 1 1 - 1 - 1 - 1 - 1 1 . , . - 1 1 1 1 1 - 1 1 1 P VARSITY WRESTLING Fxrst Row 1 X Second Row 1 11 u' ow 1 1 I Grapplers Come Gut Even Wm 4 Tue 1 Lose OPPONENTS FORT DODGE OPPONENTS FORT DODGE C1ar1on East Waterloo Algona D1str1ct North Des Momes West Waterloo Eagle Grove Osage UAD WRESTLING Fxrst Row 11 I1 1 11 1 111 Second Row If ow 1 1 11 1111 Fourth o Fxrst I luv JZ. - ' : 1 il. 111 1 11 K11l.11,11"11 1 1111111115 141111L1, 1111111111 14111111-.. : 1 1 .1 11 5 :,. 1. 1' .-11.11.-11 11 11-11111, 15 1'1111 111::, 11.1.lE111l'1 1' :111'-1 1-11. Th' d R z S111 1,1111 1111171111 1-11111-11+'Y H1 '1'11. "11.11-1 11114 111 '11 11 .'.' 1821,'Xl1v11,11111il1'I1 .111 1 1.1 l l 3 1 East Des Moines 10 37 Mason City 17 22 ' 10 30 ' 17 20 32 8 23 18 28 14 18 18 . 22 15 ' ' ' BVSQ -- ' : 1.1' '11 ::.111, 11111111, l1f11I11'V1 1, 111 II '111, .T1111111. : 111-t1-1:z.111 11. l1I1!C11. 11.1 1, 111111111 11, N'1::1111111, .f'111-11 1:1 11 1'l1f1411, Th' d R 111--'1c1111.11111, 411' . R W: '.'.'11111-I 111111 1 Il 1.1 5-5 E 111: 11.1 111I11'l,111111lf1.11f111N. .'f1111'1111-11111312 Paige 1 J3 Ride those legs, Brighi. CON GERDES RON BURNELL 145 pounds 1215 pounds Stars of the Mat DON IOHNSON HAROLD HAYUNGS vm DL Paul goes over the top nge P Rude him out Harold ED KUHN PAUL ASCHERAI. 155 pounds 163' p uucis Wrestling TERRY HART DICK HELLER ILTHpm1m1s Hoflvyvvciqhi Johnson pours it on against West Waterloo. l1.l 9 FRANK PATTERSON PAT HALLIGAN ll? 1 ounds '35 pounds Letterman Let s go Fort Dodge' DENTON ERICSON DICK BRIGHI 1-I v 1l8pm1mis ,u I-x11x1.i:: Bring 'em down tough, Pat! RETURNING LETTERMEN-First Row, left to right: Daryl llolil s, Al Ff11fs1111, STUDENT MANAGERS l 11 , '1f1" 1 :,11.1s fxru 114 1:1 ll,lll1k llfllir,1l+1ytllf11t,lW111xl1111:r1-11. N111 l,1l4111:: 1111 . 1111 I-1 1111 l Second Row: X1 111 :1l.f1.,111l,ll1111l1lli1t1w11,4l11yKina,lX11lt1:11l?111'k1111, f, Pl lQ1:.'1,I tl' 'lllll'IIl, l-I Il lglllllr ll. 1950 Record Triangular Meet CClarion, Eagle Grovel Fort Dodge' First Valley Relays Fort DodgefFourth Triangular Meet CSac City, Webster Cityl Fort Dodgeee-First State Teachers Relays High HurdlesfASecond Drake Relays High Hurdlesglgitth Mohawk Relays Tie- First District Meet Fort Dodge- V Second Big Six Meet Fort DodgefThird State Meet 44UfFourth HALF MILE RELAY:li11!, l'Il 1111, 1't11 111:11 11, l...vk 111.1 11. POLE VAULTER TWO MILE REI.AY:lf1111,l'Q111111,li111W11 W1-ll::,M1ll.11-l, Ei ll 53111111 .l. I Q 4 Q Q l , 415 nas? Al! IUNIOR-SENIOR SQUAD-First Row. left to right: Stiles, Holler, Kina, Rosimi, Anderson, Cliinaron, McNulty, Rrialii, Duffy, lltiit, lfiivsvii, llwlls. Second Row: Rumoll, Brown, Kina, Millard, Zollvx, llay, Kimiaii, Kcwopor, Lyall, Buvkrioi, Brown. Third Row: Iiulw-its, Iuslm, M. Ptivison, Porter, Parsons, Shaw, Wells, Lot-knitm, Iolixiston, Kuclinast. 1950 Track Team Ranked High The track team of 1950 was built around the returning lettermen, most of whom were seniors. A large number of the team mem- bers were underclassmen. All distinguished themselves in the first triangular meet where Fort Dodge won eleven of the eighteen field and track events. In the second triangular meet, the team raced, hurdled, jumped, and hurled to a decisive victory, winning nearly every event. The track men placed consist- ently in the top tournaments of the state. The Dodger high hurdle specialist, Iack Woods, finished second in the State Teachers Relays, tying a record broken by the man who finished first. He placed fifth in the HIGHJUMPERS lliitty :mtl litisivni. " l .1 ivsoii. HIGH-HURDLER Drake Relays. Another outstanding track performer was Iohn Tarr. He ran well in every meet in the 100-yard dash, 220-yard dash, and mile relay. He qualified for the state meet in each of his specialties. The 440-yard relay team of Tom Mallaro, Alan Ericson, Hoyt Hart, all underclassmen, and Mel Licht. a senior, was third in the State Teachers Relays, and the Drake Relays and wound up with a fourth place in the State Meet. Since the whole squad included a large number of juniors and sophomores, there are quite a few veteran lettermen re- turning, making the prospects bright for the track team of 1951. FRESHMAN-SOPHOMORE SQUAD-First Row. left to right Hiro, lvlarvlii, Cadwell, Mt'C'li1i'o, Mvtlititli, Vthrllcor, tfainanio Second Row: Sturdevcrit, Diyzimski, Gootlspiwrl, 'l'1usty, Kano Mrfartliy. Third Row: Nwslimci, Blavkstoiio, lltwtla, 'llioxiias Svliniokor. l BASEBALL VARSITY SQUAD Front Row Buck Ho 1950 Baseball Record Fort Dodge Somers Fort Dodge 3 Eagle Grove Fort Dodge Manson Fort Dodge 4 Rmard Fort Dodge Somers Fort Dodge 8 Eagle Grove Fort Dodge 6 Manson SECTIONAL TOURNAMENT Fort Dodge Otho Fort Dodge 3 Manson BIG SIX TOURNAMENT Fort Dodge East Waterloo CHERS I PITCHERS Page 99 Q QQ, mf nl, ' x 5 111100086 YUUUGE -FP' L TEHMEN ul v lllll M1 lc l s L, rds La 1111 Qlllllll Duamond Men The 1950 baseball record speaks for rtself e1ght WIIIS two losses The Dodgers d1dnt get past Manson 1n the sectronal but they blanked Manson 7 0 before the sect1onal and beat Manson agam afterwards If our breaks had come 1n the tournaments and lf our share ol bad luck had come 1n some non tourna ment games we mlght have seen our team Won 8 Lost 2 at the top of the Brg SIX or somewhere well up 1n the state tournament We had a well balanced team good prtch 1ng by Woodard and Cleveland some long h1tt1nq by Franks Buckner and Gallatrn and plenty of h1ts and some mce f1eld1ng by our other players PITCHERS x 1 STARTING PITCHER I 1 RAP l . l R ET Tv ut t, tm , Ollll on, To oy 'Z llrt' , 5 ' . l . . . , . , . . 1 - . : ' - - 1 ' I I D I I . 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X I . xt . me ex . s m , TENNIS SQUAD Front How Hof Larson Glbb Sp1l1OS Bac: How Leavltt Groff Rasmussen Vtolfe Nuss The 1950 tenrus season found the Dodgers w1th some good men on the courts Iack Hagan a veteran player was our number one man lack won the D1str1ct Smgles and thereby galned a berth ln the State Meet Groff and Wolfe won second 1n the doubles of both the D1str1ct and B1g Sxx Meets 1950 Record Ames Mason C1ty Ames Roosevelt B1g SIX Tournament 2nd m doubles D1str1ct Tournament lst IH smgles Fort Dodge Fort Dodge Fort Dodge Fort Dodge RETURNING LETTERMEN Cr Don Lar San lv W Page 101 FIRST SEMESTER Back Row D11 L 1111111 lntramural Basketball Champs SE OND SEMESTER Buck Row IU1 Q a f111sa11 Ste Wort From Row Fox Hearn 'ts' : on, "ln Hrs, Sllwllnl. : 1 S1111 :so11, 11 1 11 . f' S1 W Vw K . . , . , ws-v ', A K GIRLS ATHLETICS up c Bouncing Jo Ann Sager The Sports minded Gal For almost every rnterest one may have there are many sub dtvrsrons 1n Whlch to specralrze That IS no less true rn a grrls athletrc program The gym class pool and after school pro gram offer many opportumhes for the feml mne sports mmded would be spectalrst ln the gym class emphasrs rs put on team sports general condrtronmg and sportsman shrp In the pool the rndrvrdual has the at tentron 1n acqurrmg stroke and drvxng skrlls The after school act1v1t1es are to be utrlrzed by those who reachmg beyond average abtlrty Wrsh to earn pornts for letter awards It mclucles both sports and a Red Cross hfe savrng class lust as athletrcs are an rmportant part of lou1ld1ng youth so 1t rs wrth young woman hood It shouldnt be underestlmated Every grrl profrts from partrcrpatron 1n athletrcs The gurls work out Murulyn Anderson gets u free rude P1 "1 HH " S-t-r-e-i- -h " ' . l - , . . . . . . . , . . . , . , . I I - - . I I - . - . - . . S, . N . I I - . . . , . , , .. ' . . . . , . ' - , , - - - - Q . . ' tt !l ' ' Page l0l Individual Sports .. - . , .. "Quick-on-fhe-nigger" Betty .Io Connors. Maureen Thorson stoops to conquer I 15,0 r Badmlnlon Doubles Champs Badminton Smgles Champ Plng pong Champ Janet Pepples Maureen Thorson Maureen Thorson Carol Banwell nd Champs Quoit Doubles Champs Quolt Singles Champ Janet Pepples and Maureen Thorson Maureen Thorson 3 n -- nor I lr I . C- v nga if ,- .J 1 I IR SR BASKETBALL CHAMPS Second Row I4 SOPHOMORE CHAMPS 1stRow Xml x Second Row I II L V I Q .loyre Frank gets away ulmosi Buckets come but not easllyl ? P: " 106 515!'g,V4f ' A Q , Q, QM - fx' 'V' fl. , A 'I N 1 ,'. v l A 'fvf ' I' LH , Z x 'lf ,K Q if "' Y! 11, I K1 'Q It 1 VK r, ,x ni 34 ' 'Q 4,4 ' Q J PAX A ., .x K Jfssfv J- " xi " 'S cr' W X- if X ! 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M 7- - 5 L. .Xa K X .W P A 8 1 1' hlhu.wln Sndestroke In good form Miss Nordman It s cold naturally Suspended an mud our I qua Antics Saddleback formation Liz Schnurr saves Donna Walsfrom Volume 40 Fort Dodge High School June 7, 1951 SIIGIETY Soczal Calendar llll RSD II sFl'T 7 I lun It a for Sophonaores 'Ilodel Ipartnaeaats III RSD II SI-Il is Sn alIc D ante Dodger St adaaam ISD II O1 I Dodgcr I laters Iaaatl ataon Iaadatoraaana D II 1 low a ll S lress Issoclataon 1oaalereaace Drake I naaersaty D II 1 I Hometonaang Dodgers as I' ast Des Moanes IUPSDII O11 4 S I' Q R lnata ataon Room 22 IHl RSD II O1 I 26 1ayps3 Ihatter an 1r1aw ford I ark S I'll RD II O11 28 I Ieen Irea 1 onference Luke 1aty H allow een Dance Blue Daamond S I I URD II NOV 4 Soc Hop Hotel II arden PRID II WOW 10 1 h'araty I'ootb'all 1 zame-Dodgers as VI alson Hagh 1 ed ar R apads VI I' DNI' SD II NIOV I4 I aons 1 lub Iootball Banquet 1ountr5 1 lub I1RlD II NIOI II Ieen Ia,c Dancc I aramar Ballroom IIIHDNPSDII NOI Z0 School lootball Banquet Model Ipartments l'SDII D111 I lest as San Saest as 1 hrastna as I a ty lo an Shrader I Icen 1 hrastna as I arty Room 72 B and Room I RSD II DF1 Iuaaaor 1 h amber of 1 ommerce lootb all Banquet Hotel II arden SD II P1 Sans Souca1hrastm as I arta Model Ipartments Band I arts Room ZZ II I' DNFSD II Dl'1 Z0 S I' Q R 1hrastna as I arts Room ZZ Illl RSD II DF1 21 1hrastna as I ageant Iudatoraum l'I D II DI11 Z 'Ieen I1.,e Dance I ar am ar Ballroom IHURSD II DF1 28 St arlaght B all I ar am ar Ballroom S Ill RD II DF1 30 .langle Hop Blue Daamond S ND II Dl-1 Sl New I ear s Eae I'RlDII JIN I2 'leen Ige Dante I aramar Ballroom IHI. RSD II FEB l I Ieen lea for Sophomores Model Ipartments Ixane 'lrow bradge Ixurtz and 1 hangren supported by the Daamond Bar Soczal Calendar IHLRSD II I-PB 8 One Ict I'l'ay Naght Iudatorlum llll RSD II PEB 15 Demolay Sweetheart Iform al Hotel II arden IHl RSD II EPB 22 Dodger I'I ayers lnlta ataon Iudatorlum D II PI I leeaa lraendshlp Dance leen I5.,e Dante Room 22 I aram ar Ballroom SIIIRDII IILB I alentane Ball Blue I H URSD II and If RID II D1 amond Operett a Sw eethe arts Iudatoraum SIIIRDII VIIR1H I7 St l'ataack s Dance Blue Daamond D II I VIashan1,, Vlell lormal I ar amar Ballroom D II I Rll Ill School Party 1 vmnfnsuam I RID II M II 4 Dodger Players l'l ay Iudatoraum IHIRSD II 'VIII I0 I l'een Mother Daughter 'lea Model Ipartments IHI. RSD II M II 22 Ifaest as San Saest as l'acnac 1 raw ford lark 1 R IDI I'l ION PRO1 R IMS SLINDII IINEZ benaor Sermon Iudatoraum MOND II J L NE 4 benaor Prom Wahkonsa Hotel 'IIESD II IUNE 5 Clase Day Audatoraum Gr aduataon Dodger Stadaum Year Crowded with Soclal Llfe Thc oppoatunaty foa paatacapataon an socaal lafe an Foat Dodge Hagh Qchool was not aeataacttd to the Don Juaaas and Cleopataas among us The souaccs of thas oppoatunaty weae vaalcd Maaav soc-aal actavatacs weae cal aacd on bv thc school oagamlatlons ancludangz thc languagt clubs and socaal and S1lVl11 gaoups Thtla actavatacs consastcd laagclw of pal tacs and pacmc-s Thc school oflcaed two all school paatacs The Blum Daamond Club was thc ccaatu manv socaal cvua s thas 0lLdI1l73tlOll whach was hcadtd lla thc students thcmsclvcs an cc opcaataoaa wath tht YMCA and the catw accac ataon dc paatmcnt Ncvca a month wcnt bv whcn thc Iaaamaa faalcd to hold a teen age dancc naght foa tht hagh school stu dents Thc sc dancts wcac alwavs populaa and wcll .attended as wcat all of thcsc uataa cuaalculaa social paogaams The cntaac vcaa w as caowdcd wath theac oppoatunatus foa cocaal cn Jovamnt Ccatamlv the gatatcl numbca of hagh school studcnts achltvcd that tnjovmcaat Events Enjoyed A ga and tamc was had by all Thele was no aeat foa thc well bcnt. bow of Cupad at any tame duamg the yeaa These 'socaal gatherangs meaely paovaded ham wath a bettea envaronment foa hae aachery Besadea the many hne memoaaes of good tames theae weae faaend shaps made mole peamanent I I , l 1. - 1 - 1 ' If - H Ii . : ,, , ,, ,,,,, , I 4 1 .' 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DOASCTS El'ljOY2d ASSCH1 BIIZS The 1951 Dodger assembly schedule 111 eluded many enloyable programs The annual I hr1stmas pageant Cllmaxed the hoh day testrvttres Below are prctured Iack Strles presldent of the senlor Class LOIS Fvans and Barbara Borgeson YTeen p1'GS1ClGI1l rn the Nahvtty scene The Thanksgrvrng assembly was pre sented by the A Cappella chorr They ang sp cral musrc tradltlonal to thls season Be low IS the A cappela cholr and solorst Iane Ho t The season also featured many Celebrated artxsts Al Bell who appeared lor the second consecutrve year spoke to us about hrs ex perrences rn Lapland The audlence was tense whrle lVlr Snyder and Lee Rogers performed rnag1c Many other assembl1es were pre ented Durmg Frrendshrp Week the YTeens spon sored three speakers who represented chfter ent rehgrous d9l'1OI'Il1I1Gl1011 The Pep Club assembhes added vrm and humor as well as support lor the teams Page I Il nil '9 i Social Lufe and Gadgets Our socral hte depended greatly cn the modern 111V9I1l1Ol1S The telephone erved as a negotlator for evenlng act1v1t1es between Pat Lzrlsham and Iohn Groff r1Cl9V1S1OI1 was well accepted as the center of C!flI'GCf1011 at many partles Above Sh1r1ey Strong Ieatnce Baker Mary Iean Elhs Paula Trost and Sh1rley Peterson watch Wlth en thu lasm The radlo or phonograph provlded the background for many ucces ful soc1a1 events Record col1ect1ons were also a ia vorlte hobby Wlth many Above Io Ann Franke Leahrae M1ddaugh Norma Somex v111e and Donna Carlson select some popular h1s 35 ts W x N st . . 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I A I I , ' ' - 'I . .2 The annual Soc Hop was a gala affarr Fast danclnq was the feature of the evenrng Anne McNulty and Mrke Mulroney take a breather before d1S playlng therr talents at charlestomng Many Attended the Soc Hop Coleen Wagner Ilm Qumn Kaye Buckman and many other guests enloy open house at McNulty s before the Soc Hop Berghtol Srnnott and Ascherl try the1r lucx at pulhng down balloons The city recreation department spon- sored monthly teen age dances These were well attended and enjoyed by all Mllton Buckner and Glenda Horn jitter bug for an apprecxatrve aud1ence Page l 13 Dancing Highlighted the Parties Gretchen Summey and Paul Ascherl at the Chnstmas Starllght Ball Crowded dance floor 1llustrates suc cess of c1ty dances -I 1 F' Pug image we Hangouts lnvlted Relaxation Alter four o clock many Dodgers and Dodqerettes could often be found rn Wrewel s Cy s or the Strand Sweet Shop In the upper left prc ture Ron Wrewel accommodates the wlshes of Bradley Brrn Cy s was the meetrng place for qab ses srons and cokes for Sue Watson, Anne Mc Nulty, Io Ann L1Chly, and Barbara Borgeson The soda fountarn rn Wrewels served as a restrng place for Tom Mallaro Tom Schmoker Bradley Brrn and Ed Duea The Strand Sweet Shops maqazrnes pro vrded entertarnrn nt for Sandra Wells Dor othy Whrtney Bob Gross Burdette Parsons Harvey Leavrtt, and Larry Spelss Many after school hours were thus enjoyed l'zlg'0 I I 1 The Rave For Fads Continued Oi the Dodger fads through the year storm coats, square hats, suede vests, and cash- mere sweaters proved the most popular. Duane Chambers, Charlene Hyde, Pat Pet- erson, and Ierry Welker keep warm on the way to school in their storm coats. The statue of Abraham Lincoln provides the background for lim Rosien, Carl Balint, Al Ericson, and Gary King, wearing their modern square hats. Sandy Wolfe, Dick Beightol, lack Stiles, and Mike Mulroney gather at the fountain in their suede vests, as examples of the well- dressed Dodger. An important part of many a girl's ward- robe was the cashmere sweater. Below Ann Bickal, Ianet Renquist, and Kaye Buckman model theirs. U Betty Somerville FCOTBALL QUEEN 20 PE .rGY MERRILL MARY LOU PAT PETERSON PATTERSON QUEENS ATTENDANTS DELORES HORN SANDRA WELLS NANCY ROGERS l 11:0 llS Queen Betty Somerville and attendants Captain Pat Halllgan crowns Queen whsle walk through arch at Dodger Stacllum attendants and escorts look on l"l0mCCOmll'lg Cllm6XCS l:0OlIb6ll SZBSOI1 A cappella float won flrst prlze Y Teens wln furst prize ln skits with varled talents Queen s float attracts much pralse Mud Year Seniors boast orlglnal float my ffl rw., X ' 2 .-- I ,Q - I I Q l 3 ' ' 1 ai Af "7 , , V , Q , F' I , . N A x Q . A as 4 Q nh ' l A ,f A Q , A Q' 43 ' ,, 'ff Q f git 'I I - ' , 3 'ijmsimgi Q he .Q , lx. ' f if 1 1 " I llflkv ' 1 fu X 3 Af , xii I f Nils K L .. N. .. . Ag, - " - ,X x.gM.msk...nas.,ww.w- A .f as is R f E 5 X if 5 J ..- 0 I Tk , Q ..... .. W 4 xp W 4 - A . . ,,, 1 I 5 , X FEATURES 1 f SPORTS ' ig X .54 ' ORGANIZATIONS MWUQMQ, CAMPUS LIFE 0 l20 F 'Mm ii LYNN NELSON HARLAN PHILLIPS MAYNARD ROSSOW ARLENE ENGHOLM BILL TRACY -2, 'F' MARGARET MOORE Junior College Graduates RANDY DURSCHMIDT THOMAS GUSTAFSON TOM BALM MONICA CRAWFORD HAROLD VINCENT LLOYD HANSON J 1 A 'fp L I :R Q3 ff I 1 1 , ,I 4 .. J " , M' U fx . A I - ' I ,I A l Nxfidkx 4-lv, ED HENDRICKSON ROBERT HRABAK WILMA BELMER ROBERT DOUGLAS ROBERT ETZEL DONALD RENQUIST Junior College Graduates CARLO MACEK EDNA ARNOLD WESLEY SEAVER EDWIN COLLINS ROBERT NELSON LEONARD DUEKER if X Junior College Graduates Radio Day for the Panthers EUGENE RATHERMEL AINE KRA KY EI. TOS DONALD STERNITZKE I I Sophomores lloyd Hanson and Don Renquist in action at KVFD-KFMY. CARLO MACEK HARLAN PHILLIPS KARL DENCKER MONICA CRAWFORD WILMA BELMER .,.-N" -mir Panther Favorites IQW fn-av' I LLOYD HANSON GENE RATI-IERMEL I mlh II his! l 'nge Ill lRow left to nqhl D 111 Ly111 111 11 I y 13915011 1 0111116 ll 111 ond How 11111 LYII 11 Hc111111 114 111 OI 1 S as 111 S111 D ll km Thlrd Row Dm C0511 Douqlrxs Doo111t1o 13911119 1'-lor 1S Io11n lVl1lCllLllU 1om Pmq 1 1c11n VG1GSSl'Idflh 1111111 Russf 11 Junlor College Undergraduates 111 1r ow 11 1 811111111 11s1x1 11118 11 1 -I Fitz . ' : 4 1 1 , 'HT ' , "I '1C1z'11m11, I1:y1'o S '1 11259, 1115111111 311111119 Dvxvo L11111111-111, H1-111111 151111 ,wr Sec : 1' , 1 E111 11, G 1,101 M01 , 1111111 C1013 11113111 A111111,3111, D111 1- O11-Q1 , A11 11111, KIII1 l First Row, lell lo right: P111 M1-11111, Allll 1V11'N111'y, A1111 QT11v11:1.1111111, 1V1c1r11y11 111151, Second Row: 1361111111 L'11111f111, Ll.-11 1411-14,11111111-v1W111f111, Huy KTf1111111r111,1411115111111cs,C1'111cf'11x, 111-111-11t14' 1111111. 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Se : ' ' v , ' Q I I , Hmlv BI'UIll7, Pal lv'H:s' llflllllllll Klll1lSilIl, Iv' ' . 1 , ' ow: 1.1" " lly, llllllllxl l'ly1111, 'l'1' 1 l'l111'kf1 Kv11111ll1 lv' 'Cflv 11'y, lim M 1741111141 'L Raawr P r:lz11', Rwla l l. 5 , Dv llv :lc-1. Page 126 HOWARD HUGHES, Dean Howard Hughes is his name, but to us it's just "Our Dean." Whenever a Iaycee has a problem he knows that he can always turn to the dean for a word of encouragement. Mr. Hughes always welcomes the oppor- tunity oi being of service to the students. Much of the success during the past year in Iunior College has been due to his efforts. Dean Hughes is the dynamo of Iunior Col- lege. J. C. Faculty Ruth Larson. Agnes Killerlain. Adeline Sharon. S it Margaret Gore. Margaret Flom, Ingeborg Bernice Bernatz. Carrie Longfellow. Lola Dencker. Highland, Mary McClusky. Ruth Goodrich. Frank Iudish, Clair Culver. Elvin Chapman, Don Bein. Robert Halm. -IN Page 127 J. C. Faculty Wesley Erbe, Registrar oi junior college. had the big job of enrolling the students and arranging the class schedules for each se- mester. The Registrar kept a complete record ot each student and sent transcripts to other colleges and the army draft board. Mr. Erbe was always willing to aid any student in choosing his course and the subjects he needed for that course. Ethel Shannon. Clayton Hathaway. Kenneth Waterman, Walter Lake. Ben Duea, Lewis lohn. Maurice Sinilt. Connie Goodman, Bob Waggener Lisle Townsend. WESLEY ERBE. llwlisimi Florence Nordman. Harvey Clemenson, Howard Bath. I nga- Ilh Council Officers CARLO MACEK HARLAN PHILLIPS WILMA BELMER X New Entertainment Sponsored by Student CounciI The I. C. Student Council supplied excel- lent entertainment and guidance for the junior college this year. The Council first sponsored an informal dance at the Country Club at which the junior college queen was crowned. Something new was added to the entertainment for this year, a most eligible bachelor party: also it sponsored the annual spring formal. Because of the initiative ot the Council a candy machine was installed in the Panther Room along with the pop machine. STUDENT COUNCIL --First Row: FJ111.-,11 l11 st, lwzz 1:11 i'1f zz, W1 ll' lill 1l1:.:11 't,'lf1I1111 li i:1111 111 1 1 1: SeC0nd Row: f 1. N11s111 'l lZlIIlll1+l,II W 111i O1-s ll, 1l l1.l1.--lc Llwyti Il-lllfi ll 1' 111 H 1 1 f 1i:',' 35 :1 :11 E'1,.111p Third How: 1l1 rl - 11 .1't.111l1 lil 11, V1 ll il 1 5111, lfi 'ii I,lI'1l, 111-k l'1,.11 Ill, lf 24.11 T111 ,:1., lil? 11: ' 't l4111:- l111: IyI'1'111:111'l1, SAPS-First Row: Ffltnno Bltinvk, Barlrara Fitvlt, Pat Mosscrly. Second Row: Monica Crawford, Mary Ioarmino Allen Pat Mwrrill, Lfmrtiv Liwltrmiri, Mary llllllthil, 1-iiillfi AfIli'blti, Delom: Vxhtrklv, Vt'ilmti He-ltuvi. Third Row: tflciino Klritosky, A1 4 IH l.IlRlllUlIll, lwtvr-rtwixttt lltrlvvlstvtr Marlon lKlllliSi'll, Verniv Plripps, llifllllltt Mauro, Mario Griffin. Party Time With Sigma Alpha Phi Dancing, skating, eating, and entertaining are some of the activities which the SAP's participated in this year. Sigma Alpha Phi, one of the more formal organizations, began their year with an impressive candle light- ing ceremony in which the new officers were installed and initiated. The variety of activ- ities, which the group planned and partici- pated in, generally kept close to tradition. The activities consisted oi a Valentine dance. an ice skating party, a pot-luck supper, a Christmas party, an evening of games, a picnic, and entertainment for the mothers. The SAP's had a very active year. Officers ELAINE KRATOSKY MONICA CRAWFORD EDNA ARNOLD ARLENE ENGHOLM is 'mf if First Row Second Row l' II 1 Thtrd Row Fourth Row Choir Sang for State Legislature Every year the college chorr adds a new star to the school rn the mes sage rt brrnqs through muslc Many hours every week were spent rn re hearsmg for the varrous programs The mam events rn the frrst semes ter were the chorr s part 1r1 both the Thanlcsqrv ng and Chnstmas pro grams On March 6 the chotr ap p ared before the Nattonal Cormier ence of Iunror Colleges tn Des Mornes and before the State Leqrslature The choir spent two days on tour in north- west Iowa and also took part in the l':11., F1rst Row 1 Second Row l ll Third wl FourthRow llll1lXlI1 l11K1ll111l11 tl II Cholr Tourecl Northwest lowa MUSIC Festrval at Grand V1ew Iunlor College rn Des MOIHGS Wrth the expert drrechon ot Clayton Hathaway the cho1r was able to present an attractrve reperto1re The melod1es were Onward Chnstran Soldlers Commg A r o u n d the Mounta1n Adoramus te Chrrste GIVE Me Your Tlred and Your Poor Sons and Daughters of a Land Re born Rumanlan Rhapsody and Showboat Melodles The theme song for the Cholr was Say It Wlth MUSIC CHOIR SOLOISTS Davxd Lxlleqren Delores Wlnkle Maryl Allen PlCDlSl lane Holt Kexth Moreland ,. N 1 A ' g U . . ' NS - 1 5 6' 0 1 1 is Y . 1 . 7 1 Q fp- I X L 1 Q I-f ' ' " iv :P . 5 I A 4 ft l M ' A . A U 1, 1 X A Q53 if 1 C . A 7 1 1 ' :t'w11111- 1' 1.1 111 l' 1111 .-'X:11.1l.l 1'l1.111w'tv ll. 1yl.l111'y f11llf211 l.l.11 11 ll 't'.'.11f, lrxvl 1- :Q ','1'111kQ1 ,IX11111 ltl N1 : 1.1 fl 11 E9 Ill ll 1 l'11 '11 l'l.11111 lN 1 :111:, l1111 51 Q' T11 l.f1 111.1 lv l11:: ll '1Y111.1 E':,1: 121 Ho : .1111 X'1.l11:::-111:: f.1' 111111.11 it- 1411-1-11,C 11:1 111111: E-11:. fY11'1:1:, 1' ' Ti' ,rs 1. 131111, V1 '1 ll 1 ,l': . l'L111,1 IV11:11:: ' 5 'lx . -1 111 11111111 ll I. 1'1:11'.'-11. I 1 - 11 . . . 11 11 . . 11 11 - 11 1 1 11 - . 11 1 11 '11 11 . '11 11 1 11 - 11 PANTHER PLAYERS -First Row. left to right: Dolores Wink'o, Marie Gmffm, Mvmra Cmwfmd, Karl Denckvr, Pct +2 l ' :.:,:- ' :.z ::. lf- :rm Plrpxgkg :. Second Row: Mfuy Cfullozm, Elninf Kmffzsky Elfllllff Blurlfk, Arlomr- Ell :Exe lxzl, I I :'.:,1 : 1 1- 1: :H :-1:1 :1 lfz' llff1:1-rlv, lX.lfu1c,x1lKm1Ts:'1LTh1rd Row: 5.111 Lymfux, lifvrl A If Illli :rf ll lim ln.-raw: x ll N . 1' m,l xv' l.1ll4'Il'llI,IllIlfl Arrmllz. Panther Productions STAGE CREW AND MAKEUP: Lyman. Calhoun. Krclosky, Cochran, Merrill. Den OFFICERS: cker, Enqholm, H. Olson Scene from "Currie ofthe Carnival". Young Williams threatens Currie. During the year of 1950-51 the dramatic department slowed down considerably from the previous years. The situation ot the world caused a huge amount ot conflict in Iunior College dramatic activities. There were several one act plays presented for private organizations. This year the Panther Players also took part in Christmas broadcasting at radio station KVFD and KFMY. Several Panther Players took part in the Speech Festival in Mar- shalltown. Iowa, and presented the play "On the Lot." Much of the 1abor and time ot the Panther Players was spent working on the 1951 Variety Show. Scene from "The Ins and Outs". Scene from "On the Lot". large 131 i Eat and Spealc French A new organrzatron th1s year was L heure Soclale whrch consrsted of the advanced college French class Once a month the club met rn Room 203 at noon to eat and to have an mformal French conversatron hour On Ianuary 6 the club had a party m the Model Apartments to celebrate the day of the kmgs Also m the sprrng they had a p1cn1c rn Crawford Park Th1s club proved to be very popular and 1ts contamued success seems as ured L heure Socnale What s Coolcmg7 Got any News? was just about the only questron the staff of College Campus asked durrng our school year Th1s year the staff has marntamed 1ts prevrous record and has turned out another year of good readrng The staff felt the death of Adelrne Sharon wrth great regret for she was the one who en couraged each of the staff members Mrss Sharon had been crdvrsor for the College Campus for many years Sophre Pappas suc ceeded MISS Sharon as advrsor COLLEGE CAMPUS STAFF Dllmcm Halverson Trost T14 XJ-Q-sanmvv' W-N.-i--"' Panther Stall Iumor College went all out thrs year rn therr purchase of Brg Dodgers Nmety per cent ot the I C students bought annuals Under the eftrclent leadershrp of Gene Rathermel the staff drsplayed an excellent example ot yournalrsm As rn years before the Panther Staff dlsplayed fme workmanshrp rn organrza t1on wnte ups and photography The staff consxsted of Gene Ratherrnel Ieanne Moore Conme Cochran Art Peter son Herbert Lrngren Boyd Peterson Karl Dencker and adv1sor Clan Culver l"w'0 V13 -, -. From top to bottom: Gene Rathermel, Editor Jean Moore and Art Peterson approve pictures. Karl Dencker, Connie Cochran. Boyd Pelerson works on write-ups Herb Lingren and Advisor Clair Culver 1 AIOT' ESPONSIBLE roR ANY ,ACCI 5 Kmq Rlchard D1llman relgned over kmgdorn of Fort Dodge Iumor College On a wlntry mght of Ianuary twenty seventh Queen Manlyn Trost crowned D1ck D1llrnan as the Most El1g1ble Bach elor of 1951 D1llman s court cons1sted of hm Mc Cormack Ed McNe111 Harlan Phllllps Ed Hendnckson Duane Carlson Wes ley Seavers Those who attended the ceremon1es at the Commumty Hall enjoyed the dancmg and hot ch1l1 DICK DILLMAN Always someplace To Go S ack 1 me at 'he bachelor party Everyone o ms p by the Com umfy Hall st ' 136 1 NT l ' ' Most F11 gllwlo Paflwlor of WSI n i . w r u m ' ove. N I ' X Page 137 U? " Stags. "?" Gossip Corner. Queen's Formal Dance - High Light of the Year M1ss Manlyn Trost Junior College Queen Wilma Belmer AnnCGvcmc1uql1 l'n1l!l Queens Attendants Mary Cullen Betty Person Ari Peterson and Duck Thompson serve punch to 'hear dafes at the Queen s dance 34 55 Intermusslon time of fhe Queen s Iormul Cheef LGBCICTS HOWARD OLSON BILL THELANDER MARY CULLEN MARY ALLEN ESQ, We ww-xr SN' gm ,yew The Panther Sports Review l King gets protection. The horsemen. Won 2 Lost 3 Tied 2 The Panther gridmen started the season out in high gear with a 7 to 7 tie to a strong Luther "B" team. The Panthers showed prom- ise of having a strong team which displayed a lot of spirit. They bore this out in following games as they walloped Mason City 20 to U. and followed up with another smashing vic- tory over Estherville, 19 to 0. Worthington slowed up the rugged Panth- ers with a 6 to 7 defeat and Eagle Grove hung another stinging defeat on the Panthers, 19 to 7. The Panthers came back the following game and tied a big Northwestern squad. 6 to G. In the last game of the season the Panthers played Graceland, one of the top teams in the state. Graceland defeated the battling Panthers. The Panthers enjoyed a fairly successful season, only losing 3 out of 7 games. Connie Goodman, capably assisted by Harvey Clemenson, coached the spirited Panthers of 1950. C. GHIDMEN-Fits! ROW, left to riqht: llfzwltl lVl:'l-Dotlcrl 1, plli be-wk, Criss'-y lnivtillw, lllvlc Ttxtnrrtgtsc ri. Second Row: f 4-11-r ltrxtlrr 1Ill"l, llcirlfm Pl11ll15vs, Bolt Craft, Tmu Burl-zo, Leslic Blllijllfilll, lavk Etywl, Carlo Mavok, Third Row: lint Ittlm Y . . s , tri, tN'v:swy St-ivvts, Inn Mt't,:urxl1r1vk, lfllll lirmllltori, Dun King, Pl llUIltiIl1'lQSCBIl, Fc: MvN-2111, uflrrrlti trtlltltlrt-11, Fourth Row: 'lltm vlvIl1S1Y, Gttxrilfl Vtslwr, Dick Uillmrm, l,11vkCr'ot1so, Mutt lsirmrvn, lfmntt--tt Vlylmri, U. HUIlC'1l11S1, l,. Dltlllittl. A JH at . ..- X Ps ! 21' -If f egg' ff' ' '01 CN Clearing the way. Panthers 7 20 19 S 7 S 0 Schedule Luther "B" Mason City Estherville Worthington Eagle Grove Northwestern Graceland l'zt g v I Ll Opponents 7 0 0 7 19 6 26 NUCLEUS Front Row, left to riqht: lun lNlrCw11uat'lc, lvlm llamtltmt, Carlo Mauvlr, lack Html, Harlem llulltps, Bolt Craft 1 ck Row: G-ww lltriltt run-1, llm lllllklt, D 'Il Kuta, Les Frutzlrim, lil M 'Nr-1.1. Getting Ready. Co-Captain Phillips Rath and McNeill carry the leather. Coaches Clemenson and Goodman 1 if l ED HENDRICKSON End LESLIE BINGHAM HGTHJU4 k BOB IOHNSON Letterman IIM MCCOHMACK End DON HENQUIST Comer DICK DILLMAN Guard LYLE CROUSE Em GERALD CHINGREN Cjuurd ng 111 IACK ETZEL GENE RATHERMEL Letterman WEaLEY SERVERS LJ ui ED MCNEILI. H 1li'vu F. DON KING k lull Il 1 k Not Pictured CARLO MACEK Lo X 4 wtmn Lludui P LI TOM BURKE IOHN HAMILTON TCI lah Pa e 4? 4 . QEUIHUI Iulflv uk f"11l!3x1.'k k A Q jr. , W 1 - 'ux x YL A RQ' E .N '-. -G+ 7- VARSITY BASKETBALL SQUAD First Row leh to nqht I lr r l l econd Row lb r LISLE TOWNSEND SZBSOII S RZCOTCJ Home GBITICS Fort Dodge Iumor College Fort Dodge lunlor College Fort Dodge Iunlor College Fort Dodge Iunror College Fort Dodge Iumor College Fort Dodge Iumor College Fort Dodge Iunror College Fort Dodge Iumor College Fort Dodge Iumor College Out of Fort Dodge Iumor College Fort Dodge Iunlor College Fort Dodge Iunlor College Fort Dodge Iunlor College Fort Dodge Iumor College Fort Dodge Iunror College Fort Dodge Iumor College Ellsworth Eagle Grove Emmetsburg Webster C1ty Estherv1lle Buena V1sta Northwestern Mason C1ty Waldorf TOWI1 GGITICS Boone Northwestern Mason C1ty Eagle Grove Ellsworth Emmetsburg Webster C1ty Tournament Fort Dodge Iumor College Fort Dodge Iunror College Fort Dodge Iumor College Fort Dodge Iunror College 9 7 69 Creston Webster Clty Northwestern Graceland B Cagers Tlnrd In State Tournament The Fort Dodge Iun1or College Panthers coached by L1sle Townsend enjoyed one ot the most successful seasons of recent Vears The sptrrted Panthers wound up the season w th 20 w1ns and 4 losses rankrng second 1n the State In the State tournament at Webster Crty the Panthers tmrshed thrrd rn coppmg the consolatron t1tle The F DIC started the season oft w1th a convrncrng vrctory over Ellsworth 54 to 48 The sharpshootmg Panthers contmued to roll over Eagle Grove Boone Emmetsburg and detendmg state champ1ons Webster C1ty Northwestern trrpped up the hrgh flymg Panthers 59 to 56 but the Blue and Whrte came back to whrp Estherv1lle Mason Clty Eagle Grove and Ellsworth by decrsxve mar gms Emmetsburg slowed down the F DIC wrth a 56 to 55 vlctory Agam the Panthers came back w th a second vrctory over Web Hendrickson picks up where Hansen left off ster C1ty 61 to 52 and a strmg of hve v1ctor1es rn a row wrth the exceptron ot a defeat to the Buena Vrsta B qumtette Thxs strmg of v1c tones 1ncluded a smashmg vrctory over Northwestern 81 to 64 The r DIC sarled through the hrst two games m the State tournament w1th vrctorres over Creston and Webster C1ty Northwestern upset the Panthers rn the sem1 Imal round 62 to 60 rn a hard fought game The Blue and Whrte came back 69 to G8 to wm the con solatron t1t1e The Panthers scor1nq was falrly evenly d1v1ded w1th Don Krng takmg top honors followed closely by Lloyd Hansen Ed Hend rrckson Bob Etzel and Butch McCleary rounded out the other top scorers Tom Burke starred on detenslve for the Panthers Lloyd Hansen was chosen the 1950 51 captam Shoot ng and reboundnng rn the Webster Cnty game BOB ETZEL LLOYD HANSEN Kung shoohng Letterman DON KING HARLAN PHILLIPS ED HENDRICKSON BUTCH MCCLEARY ED MCNEILL TOM BURKE Letterman IACK ETZEL Hendrickson lumps DATE OPPONENT Page 150 Aprll 13 Aprrl 17 Apnl 19 Aprll 26 Aprll 27 OPPONENT Eagle Grove Ellsworth Grand V1ew Emmetsburg Webster Clty Mqf' Milli RETURNING LETTERMEN First Row Ed llr 11rlr1ckso11 Lloyd llg11so11 llm F' uk Hrrlrm Plllllll s Second Row D1 Il 'itr1r111t7ke C rlo M1 k 1951 Baseball Schedule Eagle Grave Fort Dodge Fort Dodge Emmetsburg Fort Dodge DATE Moy May May May Mo y Grand Vrew Ellsworth Emmetsburg Eagle Grove Des Momes Ellsworth Fort Dodge Fort Dodge Webster Clty Webster Clty VARSITY SQUAD Flrst Row left to right Fd Henrlrt lfson Lloyrl llnn rn B lv F 7el Fl M N011 llmlfm P11111 Im Cxmk ry econd Row I1 k ft! l D Il qtf1111t7ko COIIP Blank D n C tl I7 v1rgl1t ll rl K 1 ff 41: cr Qs. .Av It nu PJ 'ic' R l wwf ,asks fer 1 Q 1 4 Q, 12,331 f 1 X A f 1 l 2 7 " , ' ' , W ,114 , I ' '12 2 1 . 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VV N Page 151 Upon these one hundred and flfty pages are contcuned the lmp essrons of a year cf School and Iunror Colleg has be n repre sented on these pages Hundreds of selected prctures and l1nes of edrted copy were as sembled to form thrs yearbook Thrs was achreved by an able and d1l1gent staff Wllh the coop ratron of the faculty and student body The photographers Duane Chambers and Tom Bergeman were kep busy me tmg the plcturetakrng engagem nts 1n order that each area of school l1fe would b grven adequate prctorral coverage Each staff mem ber helped mount these prctures They de frned the memorres of the school year by wr1t1ng copy There IS hardly enough space on th1s page to say thanks to everyone who had a part MARK MCCORMICK H13 D d yer Edrtor GENE RATHERMEI. P ntltor Edlt r rn the succ ssful productron of the 1951 Dodger We do wrsh to thank Mr F G and Servrce Company and Walter Merryman of the Messenger Prrntrng Company who had a b1g share ln the productron Wrthout the guxdance of our advxsor Clcur Culver nothlng could have been achleved l.V1thout a workrng staff we know the book would have been srmrlarly medrocre Perhaps above all we must express our grat1tude to the students of Fort Dodge Hrgh Whatever be the cr1t1c1sms of the yearbook we know that we have done our best as 1ts producers We have attempted to profrt by past mrstakes and hope that staffs of the future w1ll profrt by ours Th1s book represents a whole year of school hfe and an entrre year of effort by the staff members . fx X '4 0 1 , 'K yhyy X ,0 LX 9 Q 3 'Xi Cl , , O school life. Every student in Fort Dodge High Weston, president of the Waterloo Engraving . t e ' ' ' . Ill! 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