Fort Dodge High School - Dodger Yearbook (Fort Dodge, IA)
- Class of 1952
Page 1 of 174
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5 The Class of l952
Fort Dodge High School
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Artists David Carlson, Raiahneen Knigge af QQ! -,4 I
Faculty: Joan Shrader 46 ,
Sports: Blake Brown, Larry Savage, Jackie Jensen,
School-life: Pat Grisham, Liz Schnurr
Activities: Cynthia Boeke, Mack Hartquisi, Betfylou Quick,
Leonard Pearf, Charlotte Joselyn t
Classes: Wanda Askland, Elaine Gustafson, Mary Mullen,
Mona Allison, Beverlee Ramler, Trudy Hall 7
Advisor: Clair Culver
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The senior class of i952 would like to pre-
sent to you Sparky, the outstanding Dodger
ofthe year. Sparky has been very active in our
school activities. Before graduating Sparky
wishes to present to you a picture story of his
high school days. On the pages that follow he
will attempt to show you that special Dodger
spirit that surrounds u ll. T is lo Dodger
spirit is a distinguishing characteristic of our
school. He will show you our school at work
and play. Sparky has looked forward to grad-
uating, but now that he is graduating he looks
back with a little nostalgia on the good times
he had in high school. He hopes that this will
remind you of all the experiences that you
had here too. On the next page you see ....
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Classes ....... I5
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School Life .... 79
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Wesley A. Erbe Carl T. Feelhaver
High School Principal Superintendent of Schools
Vice-Principal, Director of Athletics
Director ot Activities
Administrative Heads Are Friends Indeed
Our Superintendent ot schools, Carl T. Feel-
haver, has the wide vision that sees each indi-
vidual in his relationship to the school and the
school in its relationship to each individual.
Mr. Feelhaver came to Fort Dodge in i933 as
principal of the high school. He became super-
intendent in l947. During the past few years
he has been responsible tor a tremendous
renovating and building program. The com-
munity respects his ability and judgement as a
superior educator. Mr. Feelhaver's undergrad-
uate work was done at the University of Ne-
braska. He received a Masters degree from
Columbia University, New York City and also
the University ot Chicago. He has done exten-
sive work on his doctorate.
Wesley A. Erbe came to our high school as
principal in 1948. Draft conscious Dodgers are
turning continually to Mr. Erbe tor advice
concerning the problems ot continuing an edu-
cation in college or joining the armed services.
He has great respect tor every student and any
problem they may have he feels is also his.
Another big responsibility that he has is being
the registrar tor Junior College. Mr. Erbe's un-
dergraduate work was done at Iowa State
Teachers. He received his Masters degree from
the State University ot Iowa. He has done ex-
tensive work there since receiving his ad-
Forrest Marquis is the director ot athletics.
His athletic program is geared to meet the
needs ot all the boys. His influence in pro-
ducing true sportsman has been remarkable.
As head football coach he has repeatedly pro-
duced conterence champions. As vice-principal,
Mr. Marquis handles the problems ot discipline
that arise. He received his Bachelors degree
from Parsons College. He has done graduate
work at the University ot Missouri.
Howard Hughes is director ot activities. He
is a busy man making arrangements for all of
the school activities. Mr. Hughes records all
awards that are given to the students. He also
teaches history. Added to all of these respon-
sibilities is that of being Dean of the Junior
College. Mr. Hughes received his Bachelor of
Arts degree from lowa State Teachers College
and his Masters degree from the University of
Lorene Wehrhiem, .loan Ruebel, Elaine Nordeen, "I'm calling about Sparky's absence," says Norma
Don Grieves and Verna Slattery check Davidson while Helen Buegel, office clerk
a new procedure in the Board of in the Principals office, checks
Education office. the card file.
School Offices Provide Help, Aid, Advice
BOARD OF EDUCATION: 5. L. Bickal, John Mitchell, O. C. Pfaff, Mack Bruce,
O. J. Whittemore, Eleanor Greenlief.
ABSENT: Ewald Trost.
FIRST SEMESTER STUDENT COUNCIL-Front Row, left to right: Emerson l.aird, Duane Stevens, Tom Hoffa, Dick Kerr, Norma
Somerville, Judy Nelson, Wanda Askland, Anne Nordmark, President, Angela Wagner, Janice Heiliman, Pat Davis, Denton
Ericson, Bob Shaw, Bob Cadwell, Jerry Rank, David Marchi. Second Row: Sheila Irish, Annette Robinson, Doris Hupton, Bever-
lee Ramler, Martha Haugen, June Hovey, Judy Hotz, Maurine Thorsen, Gwili Hoyer, Saliy Beisser, Leona Bell, Earlene Shourek,
Anne Powers, Carol Cox, Janet Renquist, Harlene Glazer. Third Row: Marshall Wells, Harold Brown, Larry Heskett, Frank John-
ston,Bradley Brin, Jim Peters, Bob Warland, Emerson Bodell, Vice-President, George Fritz, Keith Peterson, David Cran, Bob
Bierman, Bill Williams, Bob Higgins, Secretary, Don Messerly.
Student Council Helps To Improve The School
The purpose of the student council is to vention at Ames. Frank Johnston was elected
instill democratic ideals into the minds of the state vice-president at this convention. The
student body, so they may be qualified to serve council sponsored the all school party.
as useful citizens. There were forty-seven members elected
The council meets the first Thursday of to the council. One member was elected from
every month. The meeting is held fourth each home room, four members from the iun-
period. ior class at large and eight members from the
A high light of the year was the State con- senior class at large.
First semester officers Higgins, Bodell and Nordmark Public Relations Committee: Angela Wagner, Anne Nordmark,
have a last minute conference before a regular Bob Higgins, Frank Johnston, and
council meeting. Emerson Bodell
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SECOND SEMESTER STUDENT COUNCIL-Front Row, left to right: Pat Davis, Annette Robinson, Norma Somerville, Judy Hotz.
Second Row: Janice Heiliman, Patty Porter, Earlene Shourek, June Hovey, Sally Beisser, Leona Bell, Maurine Thorson, Mary Jean
Ellis, Ann Powers, Angela Wagner, Martha Haugen, Sheila Irish, Wanda Askland. Third Row: Emerson Laird, Carol Cox, Bob
Higgins, Keith Peterson, David Cran, Duane Stevens, Bob Shaw, Don Messerly, Charles LaFrance, Judy Nelson, Bob Burke,
Emerson Bodell, Judy Risdall. Fourth Row: Bill Williams, Bob Bierman, George Fritz, Tom Hoffa, Dick Kerr, Gary Lyall, Jim
Peters, Larry Heskett, Harold Brown, Frank Johnston, Bradley Brin, Marshall Vilells, Bob Warland.
Council Represents Thirty-Five Homerooms
The council had twelve active standing com-
mittees. The public relation's committee was
developed this year. The members of this
committee participated in round table discus-
sions at P.T.A. programs. This committee also
conducted the Junior Red Cross and Polio
The first semester officers were Anne Nord-
mark, President, Emerson Bodell, Vice Presi-
dent, Bob Higgins, Secretary. The second
semester officers were Emerson Bodell, Presi-
dent, Maurine Thorson, Vice President, and
Judy Nelson, Secretary.
All members ofthe council were repsonsible
for maintaining good school citizenship. The
council was democratic school life in action.
Second semester officers, Thorson, Nelson, and "Nobody will snag their nylons now," says Judy
Bodell check on last minute operetta
Hotz to Norma Sommerville as she
records a broken seat.
The "Wardenites" Wilma Hastie, Jane Crow and Mary McClusky
get ready for Sanfa Claus.
Schoolmasters and schoolmistresses
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SOPHIE PAPPAS ESTHER Mcl.EES
English English, Spanish
HARRIET DEMOREST MARGARET GORE
B.S. B.S., M.A.
English, French English
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RALPH SCHMID MARY BOXWELL
English English, Latin
Harvey Ciemenson reads Rita Kay and Michael their favorite
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Inspired and guided
RUTH LARSON ETHEL SHANNON NONA M055
B.A., M.A. B.A., M.A. B.A.
Bookeeping Mathematics Mathematics
BERNICE BERNATZ GEORGIA WALDBURGER DORA TELLIER JANE CROW
B.A., M.A. B.A. B.A. Ph.B.
Mathematics Mathematics Mathematics Clothing
Another busy day with shorthand completed, and Margaret
Flom writes in longhand.
And taught us many truths
IMOGENE DeBAKEY INGEBORG HIGHLAND
B.A. B.A., M.A.
Homemaking American History
ANNA KOHLER KENNETH WATERMAN
B.A., M.A. B.F.A., M.A.
World History English Dramatics
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for Agnes Killerlain.
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FLORENCE NORDMAN BEN DUEA ELVIN CHAPMAN MAURICE SINIFT
B.S., M.S. B.A. B.S., M.S. B.A.
Physical Education Physical Education Chemistry Chemistry
WIN RAKER CLAIR CULVER HOWARD BATH BOB MCCAFFRIE
B.A. B.S., M.S. B.A., M.A. B.A.
Biology Biology Biology Physics
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Building and Grounds
CUSTODIAN5: Paul Halligan, Paul Lutz, Arlie Phillips.
They taught us how to live
FRANK JUDISH EDWARD BURNS
B.A., Nl.A. B.S., M.S.
Vocational Education Prinfing
ROBERT HARGAR KEITH JENNER
Wesley and Margaret Erbe and the boys, Allan
Richard and Jimmy.
Most of the faculty children are boys as evidenced
by Connie and Helen Goodman and
sons, Tom and Terry.
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SENIOR CLASS OFFICERS: Bev Hilton, Secretary, Kenny Anderson, Vice-President, Palsy Larson, Treasurer,
Neil Kuelwnast, President.
Color: Red and White.
Motto: The Future is a World Limited By Ourselves
Sparky presents his classmates
"Few heads with knowledge so inforrr1ecI"..
Dodger Thespiansp Stage Crewg
Student Councilg Big Dodger, Photographer.
"lt is tranquil people that accomplish much"
Little Dodgerg Marching Bandg Concert
Bandg Chorusg Y-Teeny Pep Band.
"Mistress of herself though China faII"..
Concert Bandg Marching Bandg Y-Teensg
Pep Clubg Chorusj Operetta.
"GentIemen prefer bIonds". . .
A Cappella: Intramuralsj Operettag
Pep Clubg Y-Teen.
"That is as well said as if I had said it myself". . .
Intramuralsg Chorusg Big Dodger.
"The days of our youth are the days of our glory". . .
CHARLES A. ANDERSON
"He stoops to nothing, save the door"-
Footballg Basketballg Trackg Fiestas
Sin Siestasg Intramurals.
COLLEEN JO ANN ANDERSON
"Quiet? You should know her better". ..
Little Dodgerj Fiestas Sin Siestas, Secretary.
DELLA MAE ANDERSON
"Worry and I have never met". ..
DONNA MAE ANDERSON
"I love a broad margin to my Iife"..
Pep Clubg Y-Teeny Chorusj Intramurals.
"What would we do without him". ..
Intralnuralsg Senior Class Vice-President
MARILYN L. ANDERSON
"There is a woman, beautiful as morning
260 Seniors strong
"Time is but the stream I go afishin' in". ..
"Here's a goodly youth whom
we are all glad to know". ..
Wrestlingg lntramuralsj Fiestas Sin Siestas.
WANDA MAE ASKLAND
"Like angel visits, short and bright". ..
Little Dodgerp Big Dodgerg Student Council.
BEVERLY ANN AXNESS
"Her ways are ways of pleasantnessu. ..
BONNIE CAROL BAKER
"Most of the born leaders of men are women". ..
"Her pleasant ways have been admired by many
Student Councilg Intramuralsj Dodger Thespians.
DERRALD DEWAYNE BAUER
"He's constant in his labor and
seldom fond of play". . .
RICHARD LUVERNE BAUER
"No use worrying". . .
Stately and tall, he walks in the hall". ..
A Cappellag Operetta.
LOIS GEANNE BECKLEY
"Know what you know and know it well". ..
Pep Clubg Chorusg Fiestas
Sin Siestasg Intramurals.
"I take my fun where l find it". ..
Chorusg Little Dodger.
"A fair exterior is a silent recommendation". . .
Student Councilg Pep Clubj Y-Teeng
Life Savingg Chorusg Intramurals.
There were all types
i LEONA neu
2 "The beauty of heavens is the stars,
i the beauty of women is their hair". . .
Intramurals, Chorus, Student Council,
Y-Teen, Pep Club.
"ln the scale ot destinies,
brawn will never weigh as much as brain". ..
lvlarching Band, Concert Band, Orchestra,
Pep Band, Big Dodger Photographer,
Track, Trumpet Trio, Brass Sextet.
"She's easy going and full of fun". . .
Sextet, Radio Choir, A Cappella, Operetta,
Y-Teen, Pep Club, Intramurals.
"Not very tall, not very small,
but fair and sweet and liked by all". ..
Intramurals, Chorus, Pep Club.
"A better man you could never find". .
Student Council, Vice-President, President,
Junior Class, Vice-President, F.F.A.,
President and Reporter, Intramurals.
"And still they gazed, and the wonder grew,
that one small head should carry all it knew".
Orchestra, President, A Capella, Sliowshop,
String Trio, Y-Teen, Big Dodger, Sans Souci.
go-lucky lad". .
"He wanders into shady nooks-but not alone
Football, Little Dodger, Editor, Student
Council, Pep Club, Intramurals.
DON EUGENE BROFER
"Every man's affairs, however little,
are important to himself". . .
DAVID BLAKE BROWN
"Oh, what a miracle is man to man". ..
Football, Wrestling, Track,
Big Dodger, Intramurals.
HAROLD ERNEST BROWN
"I took to my heels as fast as I could"..
Track, Football, Student Council, Intramurals.
JANE ANN BROWN
"Alike, but oh so different"..
We had our redheads and our blondes
JEAN ANN BROWN
"One of us was born a twiny
but not a soul knew which". . .
"His saying was live and let live"..
"I know what's what". . .
"Born with a gift of laughter and
and a sense that the world is mad". . .
CAROLYN RUTH BUTLER
"As good as gold". . .
CHARLES G. BUTLER
"Independence nowg independence forever". . .
Student Councilg Footballg Intramurals.
GARY L. CAMPBELL
"He's a man who doesn't tell all he knows". ..
"Precious articles sometimes
come in small packages". ..
lntramuralsg Y-Teeny Little Dodgerj Pep Clubg
Football Queen Attendant.
"Little people often reach high places". ..
Fiestas Sin Siestasg Intramuralsg Nlarching
Bandy Concert Bandg Band Councilg
The world knows nothing of its greatest men". . ,
Big Dodgerg F.F.A., Vice-President,
"Sometimes I sit and think,
and some times I just sit". ..
LA VON CARLSON
"Nothing great was ever
achieved without enthusiasm". .. i
Marching Bandg Concert Bandg Chorus: Intramurals,
Blue eyes, brown and grey
"Divinely tall, and most divinely fair". . .
"Never a worry, never a care"
"Blesses his stars and thinks it's luxury". ..
Wrestlingg Footballg Intramurals.
"He's little, but so is dynamite"
Wrestlingg F.F.A.g Intramurals.
"The better you know her,
the better you like her". ..
Chorusg Little Dodgerp Pep Clubg Student Councilg
Junior Class, Secretaryp Intramurals,
JOYCE ELAINE CROUSE
"Whatever thy hand findeth to
do it with all thy might". . .
Y-Teeng Little Dodgerj Intramuralsj
"Never trouble trouble till trouble troubles you". . .
C0l.l.EEN ISABEI. DAVIS
"Keep quiet and people will think
you a philosopher". . .
DONALD LEE DAVIS
"The proof of ability is action". . .
JAMES RICHARD DAWSON
"What should a man do but be merry"..
"Hitch your wagon to a star". .
"The word impossible is not in my dictionary
Fiestas Sin Siestasg Intramurals.
There were the tall and short
"On the football field he's King of Hearts"..
Football Captain: Basketball: Track:
A Cappella: Operetta: Intramurals.
DENTON WAYNE ERICSON
"Questions do not bother him:
he alwa s knows the answers"
y . .
Football: Wrestling: Student Council.
VIRGINIA LEE ESTLUND
"lf you want something done, just ask me". ..
A Cappella: Operetta: Sans Souci: Pep Club.
"Oh! Those dark brown eyes". . .
Dodger Thespians: Y-Teen: Feistas Sin Siestas:
Stage Make-up: One Act Plays: Dodger
Thespian Play: Pep Club: Operetta.
"All great men are in some degree inspired". .
Basketball: Baseball: Intramurals.
JO ANN FRANKE
"Men rule the world: women rule the men". . .
Operetta: One Act Play: Pep Club: Cheerleader:
Y-Teen: Intramurals: Chorus.
Not a worry, not a care, I have a
Chevy that will take you anywhere". ..
Basketball: Tennis: Football, Student Manager:
Intramurals: Fiestas Sin Siestas.
"He is a technically minded fellow
"Sometimes l work, mostly I play:
never too serious, always gay". . .
Band: A Cappella: Intramurals: Wrestling.
"A likeable, free, friendly man'
MARVIN E. EKEDAL
"Such looks, such manners, and such a mind"
Band: Orchestra: A Cappella: Brass Sextet: Clown
Band: Trombone Quartet: Pep Band: Operetta:
Boys Quartet: Junior Class, President.
"Let the loud trumpet sound". . .
Band: Pep Band: Baseball: One Act P
Fiestas Sin Siestas: Sophomore Class
The loud and the meek
JO ANN GANGESTAD
"Let all her ways be unconfinecl". . .
Chorus, A Cappella, Marching Band Majorette,
Assistant Drum Major Captain, Concert Band,
Sextet, Radio Choir, Y-Teen.
"Once a gentleman, always a gentleman
"It is by the working that we know the workrnan"..
"Our all-American girl". ..
Y-Teen, Intramurals, Dodger Thespians, Student
Council, Pep Club, Big Dodger,Cheerleader.
"Our three star fellow
looks, personality and sports . . .
Basketball, Tennis, Little Dodger, Editor, Student
Council, A Cappella, Sophomore Class,
President' Intramural' Operetta
"A modern girl with big brown eyes
and a personality twice her size". ..
Y-Teen, Pep Club, Big Dodger, Intramurals.
"Ready for anything you ask,
be it fun or be it a task". ..
"Smiling Face and twinkling eye,
you simply cannot pass her by"..
Choir, Y-Teen, Pep Club, Big Dodger.
"A girl as breezy as a March Morn"..
Band, A Cappella, Big Dodger, Operetta.
"He who wishes to do mischief
is never without reason". .. -
Stage Crew, Stage lVlake-up, Little Dodger, Dodger
Thespians, Pep Club, One-act Plays, Radio
"lf innocence is bliss, why bother to be wise"..
"Independence now, independence forever"
There were musicians
"He can because he knows he can"
Wrestling, Track, Student Council, Fiestas
"To know her is to lov
Concert Band, Fiestas Sin Siestas, Marching Band,
Pep Band, Chorus, Student Council, Y-Teen.
"I want what I want when I want it". .
Y-Teen, Pep Club, Choir, Radio Speech.
"He is remembered because
he cannot be forgotten". . .
Football, Basketball, Student Council, Intramurals.
"He's a gentleman, look at his boots"..
e her". . .
"l agree with no man's opinions,
I have a few of my own". ..
Cheerleader, Pep Club, Wrestling, Baseball,
Intramurals, Student Council, Secretary,
Dodger Thespians, One-act Plays, Big
Dodger, Little Dodger, Chorus.
"Lovely charmer, tell me why, so
very kind and yet so shy"..
Y- eens, Chorus, Intramurals.
"Solitude is swe
DARYL HO BBS
"Our mighty champion, strong above compare". ..
Foot ball, Track, A Cappella, Operetta, Intramurals.
MARY LU HOBSON
"She moves a goddess, and she looks a queen
Y-Teen, Orchestra, A Cappella, Operetta,
Pep Club, Little Dodger.
"Come sing now, for I know you sing well". . .
A Cappella, Operetta, Sextet, Little Dodger, One-act
Plays, Dodger Thespians, Sans Souci, Y-Teen.
"Knowledge comes, but wisdom lingers". ..
Pep Club, Y-Teen, Chorus, Dodger Thespians.
nd actors and actresses
"l1's a picnic To have him around". ..
"lt matters not how a man dies,
but how he lives". ..
Footballg Baseballg Intramurals.
"There was a star that danced and
under that star she was born". . .
Y-Teeny Intramuralsg Chorus.
"There was nothing
"A blond with a smile is a blond wor1hwhile"...
Y-Teeny Pep Clubg A Cappellaj Operettag Student Council
"Handsome is that handsome does". ..
Footballg Wrestlingg Baseballg A Cappella.
"The urge for speed came fast and furious". . .
Footballj lntramuralsj Pep Club.
"A me no uestions l'll 'fell ou no lies". ..
S G1 I Y
Concert Bandj A Cappellag Pep Bandj
Operettag Marching Band.
more fun than a man"..
"When I think, I must speak"..
"Blue eyes say, 'Love me or I die"'. ..
Student Councilg Chorusg Intramuralsg Little
Dodgerg Big Dodgerg Life-Saving.
"Good natured and well liked". ..
"His worth, his honor, all the world approved
Nlarching Bandj Concert Bandg A Cappella.
nd even a few scholars
"His friends know his true worth". ..
Track, Marching Band, Concert Band, Pep Band,
Orchestra, A Cappella, Mixed Clarinet Quartet.
"He smiles on the world and
and it smiles back on him". ..
A Cappella, Operetta, Basketball, Student Mgr.,
Football, Student Council, State Cabinet Member.
"She lives content and envies none". . .
Choir, Intramurals, Y-Teen.
LARRY K. JOHNSON
"Argus, argue, early and late". . .
"I never let my studying interfere
with my education" . . .
Football, Basketball, Intramurals, A Cappella,
Little Dodger, Track, Tennis.
"Queen rose of the rosebud garden of girls '
Y-Teen, Chorus, Pep Club.
"ln her tongue is the law of kindness". . .
A Cappella, Operetta, Pep Club, Big Dodger, Intramurals.
"A sweet, attractive kind of grace". .
"Keep your eyes on him, he'll make
the world talk of him someday". . .
Baseball, Football, Basketball, A Cappella,
Quartet, Operetta, Student Council.
"She's pretty to walk with and
witty to talk with". . .
Chorus, Y-Teen, Junior Class, Treasurer,
Life Saving, Intramurals, Pep Club,
Football Queen Attendant.
"I won't be home 'til morning". . .
Football, Basketball, Track, ACappella,
Operetta, Quartet, Radio Choir.
"But oh, he dances such a way". . .
Football, Wrestling, Track.
Sparky knows you will remember
ELWOOD D. KINSETH
"Whatever else in life you are,
you'll always be agreeable". ..
"The best of life is clever conservation". ..
Pep Club, Y-Teen, Stage Nlake-up, Little Dodger,
Big Dodger, Fiestas Sin Siestas.
"Her hair resembles dancing sunbeams"..
Y-Teen, Pep Club.
"A little nonsense he enioys
which is true of many boys". ..
Nlarching Band, Cornet Quartet, Track, Concert Band,
"A girl who does her own thinking
and needs little advice". ..
Y-Teen, Pep Club, Big Dodger, Editor, Sans Souci,
One-act. Play, Dodger Thespians.
"l speak in a monstrous little voice". ..
"For thou are long, lank and blonde". ..
Football, Track, Intramurals, Student Council,
A Cappella, Operetta, Senior Class, President.
"Her talents are varied, she is our
all around American school girl". ..
A Cappella, Operetta, Dodger Thespians, One-act Plays
Y-Teen, Pep Club, Fiestas Sin Siestas.
"Liked best by those who know her best". . .
MARY ANN LARSON
"Silence is one great art of conversation". .
"Her dimples speak for herself". ..
A Cappella, Operetta, Y-Teen, Pep Club, Student
Council, Senior Class, Treasurer.
"Stoop low and save the chandelier"..
A Cappella, Operetta, Dodger Thespians, One-act Plays,
The cheering crowds at the stadium
"Sir, your wit ambles weli, it goes easily". ..
Fiestas Sin Siestas, Treasurer, Tennis, A Cappella,
Pep Club, Little Dodger, Operetta.
"l am wealthy in my friends". ..
Marching Band, Pep Band, Concert Band, V-Teen,
Pep Club, A Cappella, Operetta, Intramurals.
"Any color, so long as it is red,
is the color that suits me best". ..
Track, Manager, B-Squad Basketball, Nlanager,
A Cappella, Brass Sextet, Pep Band,
Operetta, Concert Band,
GEORGE SHERWOOD LINNEY
"My mind, to me, a kingdom is"..
"As friendly as the day is long". ..
"She greets you with a friendly smile". . .
"Tomorrow's life is too late, live today". . .
Choir, Little Dodger, Y-Teen, Intramurals.
"No one reaches a high station
in life without daring". . .
Band, Orchastra, Intramurals, Pep Band, Chorus.
"Men of few words are the best of men". . .
PATRICIA SUE MADDOX
"There's vim and vigor in her ways". ..
Juvl MARTIN I
"Say what you will, but let me speak longer". ..
A Cappella, Orchestra, Show Shop, Dodger Thespians,
All Scnool Play, Gperetta, Student Council.
"The world belongs to the energetic". ..
The scramble for seats in the gym
MARY LEE MICHALSKI
"lt's nice to be natural when your're naturally nice"..
"A red haired damsel here you meet". ..
Marching Bandg Concert Bandg Pep Clubg Little
Dodgerg Chorusg Football Queen Attendantg
Fiestas Sin Siestasg Y-Teen,
Secretaryg One-act Play.
"He is the mildest manner'd man". ..
Trackg Marching Band: Concert Bandp Orchestrag
Trombone Quartetg A Cappellag Operetta.
"We see her sweet and fair". . .
"There's always a good time when she's around". . .
Y-Teenj Chorusg Little Dodgerg Big Dodgerg One-acl. Play.
"A quieter maid you never did see'
"God hath chosen her as a pattern for the angels"
Sophomore Class, Vice-Presidentg Student Councilg Pep
Clubg Fiestas Sin Siestasj Y-Teen, Presidentj
One-act Playg A Cappella, Vice-Presidentg
Operettag Football Queen.
"Football is his middle name". . .
"Bashful, but a good sport for all of that". . .
"With pep enough for all". ..
Girls' Sextetp Intramuralsp String Trio:
A Cappella Accompanistg Operettag
Student Councilg Showshop Orchestra.
"My only books were women's looks
and folly's all they've taught me". . .
"'He's a friend that's high on the list
Pep Clubg Intramuralsg F.F.A.
The struggle to get through the halls
"A friend worth having, a friend worth
knowing, a friend worth keeping". . .
Band, Orchestra, Show Shop, Pep Band, Fiestas Sin Siestas,
Chorus, Student Council, President, Vice-President.
"She thinks before she speaks,
but doesn't say all she thinks". . .
A Cappella, Operetta, Intramurals, Pep Club.
"The dignity of womanhood". . .
Intramurals, Fiestas Sin Siestas, Little Dodger,
Pep Club, Chorus, Y-Teen.
"Oh, what can I compare you to"..
"Whose merit equals his reputation". . .
Chorus, B-Squad Basketball, Student Manager, Varsity
Student Manager, Intramurals, Pep Club, Cheerleader.
"Your our envoy, lead the way and we'll follow". . .
Intramurals, Pep Club, F.F.A.
"Life is my college-may I graduate well,
and earn some honors". . .
Band, Pep Band, Omhestra.
RICHARD HENRY OSTENDORF
"For he driveth furiously". . .
Marching Band, Concert Band, Chorus, Baseball.
"Not bold, nor shy, but a mingling of both". ..
"A steady man with iust a little
nonsense now and then". ..
Football, Wrestling, Track, Band,
Student Council, Chorus.
"How my achievements mock me". . .
Little Dodger, Big Dodger, S.P.Q.R.
"For the female of the species
is more deadly than the male". . .
Y-Teen, Intramurals, Pep Club, Chorus.
The new fads and stories
"Here's the gallent knight, but where's the lady fair". . .
Basketball, Intramurals, Baseball, Student Council.
KENNETH GERALD RABINER
"All great men are dying
and I don't feel so well myself". ..
Football, Wrestling, Track, Little Dodger, Tennis.
"She's all that a girl should be". ..
Nlarching Band, Concert Band, Pep Band,
Chorus, Intramurals, Pep Club, Life
Saving, Y-Teen, Big Dodger,
DIXIE LEE RHOADES
"Fair in face, such angel grace". . .
Little Dodger, Big Dodger, Sans Souci,
President, Football Queen Attendant.
"l have a little shadow that goes in and out with me". . .
Chorus, Pep CIub,Operetta, Y-Teen.
"All good things come in twos"
Operettag Chorus, Y-Teen, Pep Club.
"I'd rather talk with a man than an angel any day". ..
A Cappella, Sextetg Pep Club, Little Dodger,
Big Dodger, Y-Teen, Operetta.
DONALD MATHEW QUINN
"Ah here's a chance for mischief"
Wrestling, Baseball, Football, Student
"There is no darkness, be bright like I am .. .
"Women annoy me-I love to be annoyed
Student Council, Intramurals.
"A smile of sincerity that never fades". . .
Student CounciI,Y-Teen, Intramurals, Choir.
LOU ELLEN PYGMON
"You've made a very deep impression".
All the exciting Assemblies
"The gold of her hair crowns the blue of her eyes". ..
Chorus, Y-Teen, Intramurals, Librarian, Cheerleader,
Pep Club, Football Queen Attendant.
"There was never a saint with red hair". . .
Football, Track, Basketball.
PETER ROWAN RUDOLPH
"Height is not what makes great men".
Basketball, Football, Student Nlanager, Fiestas
Sin Siestas, Vice President.
"She will mold some man
's future". . .
Marching Band, Concert Band, Saxophone
Quartet, A Cappella, Operetta.
"Beware! l may do something desperate yet".
Chorus, Y-Teen, Pep Club.
VERLA JO SABIN
"A gal like nobody else". ..
Intramurals, Choir, Pep Club, Y-Teen.
"We wish we might have known her better". ..
"Underneath all his foolishness is real worth
Orchestra, Nlarching Band, Concert Band, Choir,
Operetta, Dodger Thespians, Vice President,
Stage Crew, Stage Make-up, Radio Club,
Little Dodger, Editor, Big Dodger,
One-Act Plays, Woodwind Quartet.
"Beauty is the gift of God". ..
Sophomore Class, Secretary, Life Savings, One-act Plays,
A Cappella, Sextet, Operetta, Student Council, Big
Dodger, Fiestas Sin Siestas, Pep Club.
"My business in the social system
is to be agreeable.
Intramurals, Y-Teen, Orchestra.
NEIL CLIFFORD SCHRIEBER
"Overtlowing with harmless mischief". . .
"A solid substantial fellow
in more ways than one"..
The dances and the parties
"They say that greater men than l
have lived, but I doubt it". . .
"l've never dared to be as funny as I can". . .
One Act Playsj Dodger Thespians Playg
In many deeds of mischief,
he has had a hand to execute". ..
Trackg Football: Student Council.
"Care sits lightly on her shoulders"
"I have learned all about women from me". . .
"A gay and hearty lass"..
"All the world's a stage". . .
Stage Crewp Stage Make-upg Dodger Thespiansg Big
Dodgerg Chorusj Fiestas Sin Siestasg One Act Plays.
"A man of independent mind". ..
"Silence in woman is like speech in man". . .
"'Timid silence hath more eloquence than speech
"The young man with a horn". . .
Bandj Orchestrag A Cappellag Trumpet Quartetj Show
Shopg Trumpet Triop Operettag Pep Band.
"Woman's smile and girlhood's beauty". .
The homecoming parade and game
"Variety is the spice of life". . .
Stage Crew: Pep Club: Little Dodger: Intramurals: Band:
Orchestra: Dodger Thespians: A Cappella: Student
Council: Football: Basketball: Track.
"Then he will talk-oh how he will talk". . .
A Cappella: Operetta: Band: One Act Plays: Orchestra:
Pep Club: Little Dodger: Pep Band: Stage Crew.
ILA MAE STANBERG
"She's a quiet girl we all like". . .
"She's always good natured"..
"He will undertake to do great things". . .
JANET LEE SWANEY
"ln work conscientious: in athletics envied'
Life Saving: Intramurals: Pep Club.
"The birds can fly and why can't I". .
"She is always cheerful, unaffected,
and entirely at ease". . .
Intramurals: Pep Club.
"A gal you'cl like to meet anytime"..
LOIS MARIAN THAYER
"A friendly miss, happy and gay". ..
"l know a trick that is worth two of that". . .
Intramurals: Choir: Little Dodger.
HOWARD T. VINNES
"Determination will always win". ..
Football: Wrestling: Baseball: Radio Club.
Assembly skits and Football Queen
"God has placed no limit to intellect". ..
A Cappellag Operetta.
"Modesty never fails to win good wilI"..
"A perfect example of a real good fellow". . .
"A mischievous maid that's never afraid"..
Concert Bandg Marching Bandg Pep Bandg Saxophone
Quartetg Chorusg Y-Teeny Student Councilg Pep Club.
JO ANN WALKER
"When she had passed, it seemed like
the ceasing of exquisite music". . .
Little Dodgerg A Cappellap Student Councilg
Y-Teeny Pep Clubj Intramurals.
"He seems of cheerful yesterdays,
and confident tomorrows". . .
Pep Bandg Operettag Student Councilg A Cappellag
Footballg Concert Bandg Marching Band.
"He'll find a way". ..
"She's bursting with energy". .
"Easy come, easy go". ..
Footballg Wrestlingg Tennisg Intramurals.
KATHRYN MAE WHITE
"Nothing is impossible to a willing heart"..
MARILYN K. WHIIE
"Our two-worded girl--'pep personified' ". . .
Dodger Thespiansg Orchestrag A Cappellag
MARILYN LEE WHITE
"Little said is soonest mended". ..
To all the Seniors good luck
"Light-hearted, merry, iolly and gay,
a girl with a happy go-lucky way". ..
Orchestraf Y-Teeny Little Dodger: Chorus, A Cappellaj
Pep Club, Fiestas Sin Siestas.
JOY FRANCES WICKMAN
"A friendly smile, and a friendly heart". ..
"lf your work of art is good,
it will make its place"
A Cappellaj Operetta, Dodger Thespians, One-Act Plays, Stage
Crew: Stage Make-up: Dodger Thespians Play, Little
Dodger, Y-Teeny Pep Clubg Iutramuralsg Librarian,
"He is a boy of quiet ways". . .
"Lite to me is a weary dream". . .
Intramurals, Chorus, Pep Club.
"l can resist everything except temptation". . .
"I haven't a care". . .
"Nothing seems to cause me any trouble". . .
Marching Band, Intramurals: Pep Band'
S.P.Q.R.5 Concert Band.
"Determination is the secret of domination". . .
"She is not quietp neither is she boisterous". .
Little Dodger, Intramurals: Y-Teeny Chorusg Pep Club.
"Liked here, liked there, liked everywhere". .
Cheerleaderg Stage Crewg Dodger Thespiansg
Trackg Pep Club.
Marv Ekedal tells a ioke in a
pre-homeroom gab fest.
Leah Rae, Ed, Tom and Vonda make
good use of Ed's convertible.
Denny Johnson's broken foe is ihe
topic of much discussion.
Jerry Rabiner faces
4-Start of tall term
6-Y-Teen Tea for Sophomores-Room 22
7-Band Party-Room 22
I3-Pep Rally-Dodger Stadium
2-Dodger Thespian's Initiation
5-6-Iowa H.S. Press Association Conference
Iowa State College
I2-Homecoming-Dodgers vs. East Waterloo
I5-Latin Club Initiation
20-Soc Hop-Wahkonsa Hotel Ballroom
25-Snake Dance-Dodger Stadium
9-Charity Game-LaCrosse, Wisconsin
9-Teen-Age Dance-Laramar Ballroom
I6-All School Play-High School Auditorium
20-Junior Chamber of Commerce Football
2l-Thanksgiving Program-High School
26-School Football Banquet-Treloar's
ll-Spanish Club Christmas Party-Beverly
I3-A Cappella Christmas Party-Room 22
I4-Teen-Age Dance-Laramar Ballroom
I8-French Club Christmas Party-Room 22
I8-Christmas Program-High School
21-Christmas Pageant-High School
28-"Candy Cane" Formal-Laramar Ballroom
29-"Jingle Hop"-Blue Diamond
I8-Teen-Age Dance-Laramar Ballroom
22-Y-Teen Tea for SophomoreseRoom 22
7--One Act Play Night-High School
9-"Sweetheart Ball'-Blue Diamond
I4-DeMolay Sweetheart Formal-Warden
22-Teen-Age Dance-Laramar Ballroom
I3-I4-Operetta-"New Moon"+High School
21-All School Party-High School Gym
28-Teen-Age Dance-Laramar Ballroom
I8-Tri-City Choir Festival-Fort Dodge
25-Teen-Age DanceHLaramar Ballroom
2-J'Moonlight and Roses" Formal-Laramar
6-Tri-City Band FestivalwAmes, Iowa
8-Y-Teen Mother-Daughter Tea-Model
9-Dodger Thespians PlayeHigh School
30-Class Day-High School Auditorium
I-Senior SermonHHigh School Auditorium
2-Senior Prom-'Warden Hotel
SENIOR CLASS COMMITTEE CHAIRMEN: Bob Johnson, Mottof Dorothy Whitney, Colorg lngeborg Highland,
Senior Class Advisory Anne Nordmark, Flower.
KEITH NORMAN RASMUSSEN
BEVERLY JEAN CROFT
December 16, 1933-September 23, 1951
An active member of the band, orchestra,
and A Cappella choir, she was known as Bev
to all who knew her. She was head maiorette
of the band, and concert mistress of the or-
Her tragic death was a shock to everyone,
for all who knew her loved her well.
May 2, 1933-September 23, 1951
Norm was active in football, tennis, and in-
tramural sports. This past summer he had the
opportunity to do advanced work in speech
at the Llniversity of Colorado as a scholarship
We were shocked when informed of his
tragic death, for he was known and liked
JUNIOR CLASS OFFICERS: Gary King, Secreiaryg Sharon Hilton, Treasurerg Barbara Thatcher
Vice Presidentg Don Messerly, President.
This is the class of '53
An appreciation of French music is developed by Pa!
Hogan leading the group in singing.
A saleable skill is caughi by the camera as
Roger Severson learns the principle
of the metal lathe.
MISS BOXWEll'S HOMEROOM-Front Row, left to right: Betty Bloomquist, Ann Aarons, Florence Buck, Virginia Allison. Second
Row: LaVon Benson, Sally Beisser, Mary Lou Berg, Phyllis Berrry, Shirley Butrick, Pat Anderson, Nancy Barnett. Third Row:
Harold Brown, Charles Anderson, Bob Ackerson, Dan Block, Don Bockoven, Duane Bradish, Raymond Bergman, Gene Anderson,
MR. Cl.EMENSON'S HOMEROOM-Front Row, left to right: Lola Kerr, Barbara Jackovvell, Sheila Irish. Second Row: Evelyn
Keeler, Romona Jones, Caryl Johnson, Darlene Hensley, Irene Harvey, Jo Anne Kramer, Joyce Hamell, Third Row: Roberta King,
Tom Kratosky, Gary Knutson, Roman Hishchynski, Mike Henry, Jim Mclntyre, Merian Johnson. Fourth Row: Tom King, Duane
Johnson, Torn Kempley, Torn Hoffa, John Kautzky, Don Jamieson, Don Holmes, John Jordison.
MR. CUlVER'S HOMEROOM-Front Row, lef! fo right: Norma Deppe, Sharon Carlson, Alice Connors, Carol Cox, Mary Sula Daw-
son, Barbara Casey, Eve'yn Carlson, Margaret Chambers. Second Row: Susan Dixon, Marge Crouse, Mike Cooper, Gale Duncan,
Car! Balinf, Sranley Carlson, Beverly Black, Sally Dickerson. Third Row: Dan Dooley, Larry Donahe, Virgil Campbell, Robert
Dolder, Charles Castor, Dennis Barkhaus, Doyle Ditzenburger, Jerry Coleman. Not Piciured: Paul Dencklau, Shirley Duay.
Determined to go forward
MRS. DE BAKEY'S HOMEROOM-Froni Row, lefr fo right: Kay Dolan, Lois Gavvtry, Ann Bickal, Beverly Ford, Donna Forbes.
Second Row: Carmela Gody, Jeanne Capelle, Nancy Beier, Doris Bryan, Jo Ann Gangestad, Marilyn Frantz, Norma Black, Third
Row: Kenny Ecklund, Fred Blum, Douglas Aufen, Kenny Cerwick, Norman Cook, Gerry Belmer.
MR. DUEA'S HOMEROOM-Front Row, left to right: Carol Frueh Mathilda Dunscombe, Coletta Grunwald, Gloria Fawcett, Mari-
lyn Gramenz, Barbara Gasho Second Row: Donna Gunderson, Ardella Ferell, Shirley Jo Dugger, Joan Fox, Janet Foran, Sonya
Dahleen, Judy Heller. Third Row: Kay Howard, Joyce Heller, Phyllis Huber, Myron Groat, Mariorie Frisby, Betty Farmer. Fourth
Row: Larry Gilpin, Guy Felt, Ray Fuller, Bob Dawson, David Ede, Elmer Hall.
MR. HALM'S HOMEROOM-Front Row, left to right: June Pygmon, Mary Rentz, Demaris Groshart, Dolores Porter. Second
Row: Euvon Pohl, Bevla Ramler, Jeanice Rake-r, Ann Porter, Janet Renquist, Carolyn Poole. Third Row: Shirley Oleson, Dar-
lene Niemier, Jule Nordstrom, Duane Pingel, Danny Payne, Charlene Ruhl, Dorothy Rossow. Fourth Row: Ronald Naser, Gary
Nelson, Don Norbury, Don Runtime, Jim Peters, Rodney Parsons, Bill Peinders, Bob Olson.
si' 1 V,
MISS KOHLER'5 HOMEROOM-Front Row, left to right: Norma Somerville, Zola Sells, Arthena Shroyer, Evelyn Showers, Jean
Smith, Beverly Spirek, Patricia Steburg, Iva Swenson. Second Row: Bob Sotzen, Tom Schmoker. Charles Neslund, Dwight Stev-
ens, Bob Schleuger, Don Schwendemann. Third Row: Fred Schmieder, Jack Stewart, Raymond Scharf, Don Shafar, Don Nelson,
Lee Smith, Ted Sweeney.
For superior results
MRS. LONGFElLOW'S HOMEROOM-Front Row, left to right: Marilyn Townsend, Elizabeth Young, Orrine White, Beverley Wil-
liams, Joan Tuseth, Joan Swanson. Second Row: Aileen Weiss, Barbara Thatcher, Coleen Walker, Lila Van Winkle, Thelma Rae
Thompson, Lorraine Theis, Beverly Zettelmier. Third Row: Clarence Westling, Don Winters, Verner Van Valkenburg, Marvin
Vinsand, Duane Stevens, Ronald Shelton. Fourth Row: Martin Wogaman, Leonard Widstrup, James Wilson, Clifford Westling,
Hiram Walker, Don Yates, Dick Wilshusen, Fred Wickman.
MR. McCAFFRIE'S HOMEROOM-Front Row, left to right: Pat Sullivan, Nyra Roe, Donna Lee Walstrom, Diane White.
Second Row: Dwight Worrell, Edna Smith, Marliyn White, Maurine Thorson, Mary Lou Waggoner, Janet Pepples, Jack Tracy.
Third Row: Clarie Roiohn, Jack Seymour, Kenneth Rebarcak, Marshall Wells, Dwaine Schaffner.
ln their classes
MR. SCHMID'S HOMEROOM-Front Row, lef! to right: Julia Jessen, Beverly Hagan, Mary Lu Hobson, Gwili Hoyer, Pat Kane
Joyce Murphy, Donna Olson, Mary Lou Macken. Second Row: John Lentsch, Bob Lindberg, Wayne Newman, Ted Lagerstrom
Gary King, Charles Hutchinson, Wilfred Otten, Bob O'Brien. Third Row: David Jensen, Bob Lawson, Gary Lyall, Frank Johnston
Mack Harrquist, Leroy Heyerhotf, Rex Peck.
MR. SlMONSEN'S HOMEROOM-Front Row, left to right: Anne Kilmer, Betty Munn, Louetta Meehan, Earlene Mayberry, Ver'
onica Ertl. Second Row: Lois Myer, Dixie Meyer, Geraldine Mann, Nancy Marshall, Lavonne Larsen, Joan McMahon, Elizabeth
M:Ncilly. Third Row: Maury Kullberg, Jim Larson, John Maris, Denny M:Loud, John Kudron, David McMiniment, Bill McCarthy.
Fourth Row: Bill Munn, Kenny Lochner, Albert Merril, John McDonough, John Maddox, Don Messerly, James Lacina.
And at their play
MR. TOWNSEND'S HOMEROOM-Front Row, left to right: Charlene Hyde, Doris Hupton, Jeannine Harris, Sharon Hilton, Esther
Halligan, Opal Hill, LaVonne Knutson, Dora Hearn, Second Row: Dorothy Horn, Sally Horn, Gordon Hall, Lee Hughett, Phillip
Hamilton, Lisetta Hohn, Ruth Helgevold. Third Row: Jack Hamilton, Andy Hirachetag Norman Hays, Charles Hanson, Roger
Hitchens, Paul Hanson, Dick Heun, Donald Hill.
SOPHOMORE CLASS OFFICERS: David Cran, Vice President, George Hof, Treasurer, Pat Tubbs,
Secretary, Joe Camamo, President.
This is the class of '54
MISS BERN ATZ'S HOMEROOM
lin, Donna Osborn, Jackie McHugh,
Second Row: Beverly Peterson, Janet
Maquire, Beverly Mechan, Donnie
Malloy, Vernette Peterson, Mary E.
Nelson, Virginia Pederson.
Third Row: Marvin McBride, Glen Proe-
schold, Dave Phipps, Jerry Menefee,
Torn Pollard, Jim McCormick,
Fourth Row: Bill Peart, Emerson Purkapile,
Norman Meimeyer, Bruce Pingel, Joe
Pelican, Norris Overdahl, Keith Peterson
Front Row, left to right: Barbara McLough-
Mischievous and active
MR. BURN'S HOMEROOM
Front Row, left to right: Jeanie Ascherl,
Beverly Bockhoven, Mary Ayala, Jolleen
Barkhaus, Claudia Ahrens,
Second Row: Octavuis Anderson, Etta,
Mae Bryan, Jo Ann Bell, Lois Angell,
Ann Berner, Delores Brattmiller, Kay
Allen, Bob Bierman.
Third Row: Jerry Balm, Bill Belrner,
Emmett Ascherl, Bill Bieber, Jack
Burnell, Tom Brown, Dean Askelson.
MISS Fl0M'S HOMEROOM
Front Row, left to right: Janice Firnhaber,
Janice Heileman, Geraldine Hecht.
Second Row: Kea Heesch, Betty Finch,
Margaret Hogan, Lillian Fisher, Geral-
dine Hutchinson, Jane Hepperle.
Third Row: Ronald Gibb, Bill Gerard, Bill
Greehey, Jack Garrett, Bob Howard,
Tom Hatton, Thadd Hall.
Fourth Row: John Geren, Harold Folvag,
Ronald Genco, Peter Hiracheta, Danny
Hicks, George Hof, Tom Fisher,
MR. LAKE'S HOMEROOM
Front Row, left to right: Pat Brennan, Mary
Cooper, Colleen Bowles, Mary Blair,
Beverly Boyd, Pat Cibert,
Second Row: Ronald Consier, Jeannette
Carey, Helen Buck, Arlene Clabaugh,
Gail Chase, Mavis Coleman,
Third Row: Duane Crouse, Bruce Charon,
Charles Cordes, Marvin Barber, Richard
Coleman, Larry Christianson,
Fourth Row: Paul Campbell, Dean Cochran,
Joe Carnamo, Bob Beckenbaugh, Jack
Blunt, Bob Buckles, Robert Brown,
Dick Bockert, William Brown.
Gay and ambitious
MISS LARSON'S HOMEROOM
Front Row, left to right: Susie Romirez,
Nadine Shifflett, Carol Shaw, Phyllis
Rojohn, Marlene Rasmussen,
Second Row: Betty Shadbolt, Jackie Stan-
berg, Donald Renken, Marcia Studley,
Bonnie Skoland, Donna Stewart.
Third Row: Ivan Schwabbauer, Richard
Riley, Ronald Decker, Roger Risdall,
Duane Saathoff, Raymond Snyder,
Fourth Row: Mike Rabloitt, Charles Ralle,
Earl Reader, Ralph Ray, Phillip Rierson,
Paul Reinders, Donald Royster,
MISS McClUSKEY'S HOMEROOM
Front Rowz, left to right: Mary Wilson,
Patty Wieking, Nancy Watrous, Illa
Mae Vinnes, Ramona Zuck.
Second Row: Helen Walker, Peggy Vinsant,
Barbara Utley, Memrie Wells, Patty
Williams, Elizabeth Vinsant,
Third Row: Pat White, Marlene White,
Claudette Zeka, Lucia Wenzel, Sybil
Test, Tennice Tolef, Pat Tubbs,
Fourth Row: Bill Williams, Warren Wiese,
Don Thomas, Don Zahrobsky, Jim
Utsler, George Withers, Glenn
Young, Conrad Watts.
MISS MOSS' HOMEROOM
Frcnt Row, left to right: Fay Jeffries, Mar-
lene Kepler, Joan Jones, Shirley Hawley
Second Row: Jeanine Joosten, Mary
Hendrickson, Dixie Kirkhart, Kay
Johnson, Beverly Henken, Judy Hotz.
Third Row: Bob Joslin, Millard Knack,
Michael Johnson, Garry Konualinka,
Gerald Hare, Raymond Kenney,
Fourth Row: Jerry Higgins, Mervin Kear-
ney, Frank Judish, Bradley Knowles,
Jerry Jones, Gary Jondle,
Preparing themselves for their
MISS NORDMAN'S HOMEROOM
Front Row, left to right: Mary Sullivan,
Betty Seymour, Earlene Shourek, Mary
Ann Sell, Kay Spiess, Carol Scott,
Second Row: Arlene Sanck, Beverly
Servoss, Carol Sluerboly, Lois Snyder,
Sue Swaney, Betty Schnell, Joan
Spirek, Barbara Schuh.
Third Row: Margaret Saathoff, Don Snell,
Robert Shroyer, Jim Steinmous, Fred
Schoenfisch, Allen Scharf,
MISS PAPPAS' HOMEROOM
Front Row, left to right: Darlene Nitzel,
Florine Gibson, Annette Jones, Patsy
Glenn, Marvel O'Brion.
Second Row: Joanne Maschino, Harlene
Glazer, Joan Nelson, Vivian Guthrie,
Gloria Neiford, Shirley Nelson,
Third Row: Claudia Loehr, Ralph McGrath,
Gordon Kammarmeyer, Art Goodspeed
Erdeen Hocum, Winona Horn.
Fourth Row: Kenny Moe, Jess Lewis,
Gordon McClure, David Marchi, Rudy
Galask, Neil Orness, Robert
Hill, Tom Howard.
MR. RAKER'S HOMEROOM
Front Row, left to right: Colleen Frantz,
Dianna Ackley, Donna Campbell, Peggy
Armbuster, Marilyn Bergman,
Second Row: Tom Grippen, Janet Clel-
land, Mary Jean Ellis, Donna Dulaney,
Arylene Archer, Joanne Arnold,
Third Row: Ernie Davenport, Nick
Drzycimske, Jim Essig, Bill Brokaw,
Jerry Burnett, Jack Dillman, Bob
Cadwell, Dave Cervene.
Fourth Row: Tom Brainerd, Don Nordstrom,
Charley Burke, Rolland Dahl, Bill
O'Connor, Don Cerwick, Ed Duey.
Responsibilities of tomorrow
MR, SINIFT'S HOMEROOM
Front Row, left to right: Nancy Martin,
Nina Musick, Teresa Lennon, Donna
Lloyd, Ruth Licht, Jeannine Loftus.
Second Row: Patty Marohm, Maxine Lalor,
lla Lynn, Carol Long, Renae Lindberg,
Marlys Lund, Joanne Licht.
Third Row: Kenneth Moenck, Harold
Messerly, Art Ludwig, Jerry Long,
Bob Loomis, Joyce Linn.
Fourth Row: Gene Maschino, Bill Lee,
Emerson Laird, John Macken, Donovan
Mozena, Stewart Martin, Gary Lacina.
MR. WAGONNER'S HOMEROOM
Front Row, left to right: Norma Smith,
Betty Williams, Janet Rist, Janice
Woodman, Paula Trost, Shirley
Peterson, Beverly Swenson.
Second Row: Shirley Strong, Shirley
Samuelson, Barbara Salmon, Janis
Parsons, Judy Risdall, Rose
Third Row: Paul Patterson, Lester Ruby,
Tom Thomas, Robert White, Ron Trusty,
Jerry Rank, Rodney Peters.
Fourth Row: Richard Vinson, James O'Con-
nor, Jack Rice, Carl Tunwall, Bill
Sturdevant, Carlin Shipman,
MRS. WALDBURGER'S HOMEROOM
Front Row, left to right: Pat Davis, Barbara
Ewing, Shirley Dunscombe.
Second Row: Myrtle Dueker, Earla DuPey,
Ardis Dewey, Rochelle DeWinter, Mary
Drown, Sally Eckerman,
Third Row: Mike Dessinger, Tom Earles,
Clifton Doyle, Dick Edgerton, Floyd
Dingman, Claude Dennis.
Fourth Row: Philip Fellers, Dick Dolan,
Keith Egli, Gerald Friesth, Roger Friesth,
Kenneth Dorrell, Marcus Ede,
Adiustment fo family life ihrough Home Arts These senior boys are becoming Drained in
is a favorite course. a useful manual skill.
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These sludents are learning lo develop the Through drill and perseverance typing
fundamentals of office work. is a popular course.
Appreciation of beauty is demonstrated by Better use of leisure time is developed in
these students in art class. the music department.
I he I mperafve Needs of Yo th
J. Tracy and K. Ecklund develop the scientific attitude Robert McCaffrie instructs G. Felt, D. Holmes, and R.
by studying the methods of science. Hishchynski in the techniques of driving.
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CHEERLEADERS: Clif Zoller, Pat Grisham, Jim Oleson, JoAnn Franke, Bob Higgins, Delores Rice.
The Howling Hundred gave great support
The Pep Club was formed at the beginning
of the school year, composed of the cheer-
leaders and a hundred students. They choose
for themselves the name of "The Howling
Hundred" and really helped our teams on the
road to victory. During the football season
they were always there, rooting with their red
and black pompoms. When the basketball and
wrestling time came, one always saw the Pep
Club under the clock, identified by their out-
fits in school colors. The club added color and
zip to athletic events.
PEP CLUB-First Row: Kurtz, Rice Oleson, Higgins, Franke, Grisham, Mitchell. Second Row: Irish, Ainsworth, Robinson, Knigge
Deigger, Walker, Glazer, Walstrom, Gody, Fantle, White. Third Row: Crandall, Musick, Frantz, Hobson, Wagner, Lentz, Meyer
Haugen, Dickerson, Loftus, Hotz, Nitzel. Fourth Row: Niemeyer, Gustafson, Hoyer, Beier, Raker, Bickal, Bell, Thatcher, How
ard, Sells, Smith, Scott, Tubbs, Foran, Olmstead.
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First Row: Sullivan, Annalyn Carlson, Bev Ramler, Hyde, Kerr, Vinnes, Irish. Second Row: Mayberry, Pohl, Seymour, Bev Hilton,
Lennon, Marilyn Bergman, Betters, Somerville, Robinson. Third Row: Joyce Lloyd, Donna Lloyd, Lentz, Brattmiller, Clabaugh,
King, Krebill, Hagan, Halligan, Musick. Fourth Row: Glazer, Sharon Carlson, Van Winkle, Benson, Gustafson, Lund Beier,
Y-Teens Stressed Citizenship and Equality
"Reaching Toward the Highest in Life,
Friendships, Tolerance, Service, Recreation,
Personality, Spiritual and Family Relationships"
was the theme ot the Y-Teens this year. The
purpose of this club was to teach the members
strong citizenship in any service in which they
This club is the oldest and most active of
all school organizations. Some of the many
services performed were serving in the canteen
during the football games, decorating the
school at Christmas time, assisting with a num-
ber ot Red Cross proiects, and promoting
CROP and the March of Dimes.
The most important event on the Y-Teen
calendar was Friendship Week, in February.
At this time much stress was put upon the
motto that "all men are created equal".
First Row: Heilernan, Barbara Bergernan, McHugh, Middaugh, McCoy, Schuh, Poole, Davis. Second Row: Whitney, Belva Ramler,
Cox, Franke, Loftus, Sharon Hilton, Zuck, Swaney, Fantle. Third Row: Bell, Tubbs, Wilcox, Walker, Niemier, Huber, White,
Berner, Hotz, Black, Scott. Fourth Row: Renquist, Sell, Weiss, Eckerman, Johnson, Hobson, Kurtz, Thatcher, Howard.
First Row: John Kautzky, Anne Nordmark, Mary Ellen Nelson, Cynthia Boeke. Second Row: Larry Savage, Bob Johnson, Belva
Ramler, Gary Nelson, Marlene Gardner, Marilyn White, Janet Pepples. Third Row: Loran Olson, Phil Snyder, Don Winters, David
Ede, Duane Olson, Marvin Ekedal, Carolyn McCoy, Georgeann Whittemore, Lola Kerr. Fourth Row: Jim Martin, Keith More-
land, Eleanor Trowbridge, John Russell,
lnstrumentalists worked to improve technique
A Tribute to Rornberg ......,, Arr. MacLean
Adagio to .. ., ..,,. ,. . ,Corelli
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Triurnphal March L , ,,.. .. , ,.,..,. Grieg
Russian Sailors' Dance ,,.,, . .. , ,,,,,,, Gliere
Friml Favoritesn, ,, , Arr. Grote
ORCHESTRA COUNCIL AND DIRECTOR-Front Row: Marvin
Ekedal, Maurine Thorson, Walter Lake, Director, Cynthia
Boeke, Duane Olson. Back Row: Janet Pepples, Don Winters,
Judy Risdall, Mary Ellen Nelson.
First Row: Jeannine Harris, Bob Johnson, Larry Savage. Second Row: Kenny Lockner, Carolyn Poole, Rochelle DeWinter, La
Von Carlson, Jim Steinmaus, Maurine Thorson. Third Row: Valdine Pusher, Tom Hatten, Don Nelson, Carol Shierholz, JoAnne
Arnold, Allen Johnson, Norman Dunrnire. Fourth Row: Fred Engelbart, Phil Snyder, Don Winters, Tom Bergeman, Bill Strait,
Don Thompson, Conrad Watts, Vernon Millard, Bob Buckles, David Ede, Marvin Ekedal. Fifth Row: Loran Olson, Jim Martin,
Julia Jessen, Jerry Menefee, Jerry Long, Jerry Balm.
Band Traveled to Ames for Band Festival
BAND COUNCIL-Back Row: Julia Jessen, Larry Savage, Kenny Lockner
Don Nelson, Gary Nelson, La Von Carlson. Front Row: Bev Ramler, Bob
Johnson, Belva Ramler, David Jensen.
El Caballero ..... Olivadotti
Elsa's Procession from Lohengrin
Prelude and Fugue in G Minor. Bach
National Emblem March . . Bagley
Procession of The Nobles
March of the Steel Men . Belsterling
SAXOPHONE QUARTET: Maurine Thorson, Jim Steinmaus,
Tom Hatton, Valdine Rusher.
WOODWIND QUARTET: Gary Nelson, Larry Savage,
John Kautzky, Belva Ramler.
Say It With Music
The Marching Band, directed by Walter Lake
and led by Drum Major, .lo Gangestad, pro-
vided worthwhile entertainment between the
half-time periods at the football games. These
hard-working musicians, after many hours of
planning and practice, produced such notable
shows as "The World Series", "Southern Tour",
"Magazine Review", "Homecoming", and the
final "Marching Demonstration". The band also
marched in the Homecoming Parade, the Bal-
loon Parade, and the American Legion Parade.
The eight small instrumental groups served
as an excellent outlet for students To receive
additional experience in performing before
the public and in improving their musical
BRASS SEXTET-Back Row: Carolyn Poole, Allen
Johnson, Loran Olson, Marvin Ekedal. Front
Row: Don Winters, Phil Snyder.
HORN QUARTET: Carolyn Poole, Mary Blair,
Bruce Charon, Roger Risdal.
DRUM MAJOR AND MAJORETTES-Front Row:
Williams, Rasmussen, Woodman. Back
Row: Helgevold, Nelson, Gangestad,
First Row: Sheila Irish, Bettylou Quick, Julia Jessen, Zola Sells, Bonnie Alftine, Nedra Hanes, Virginia Estlund, Charlene
Hyde, Patsy Larson. Second Row: Jo Walker, Sharon Hilton, Joan Lentz, Gwili Hoyer, Mary Lu Hobson, Pat Hogan, Kay How-
ard, Charlotte Joselyn, Sally Beisser, Ann Bickal. Third Row: Kenny Eckluncl, Doyle Ditzenberger, Eugene Jacobs, Harvey
Leavitt, Kenny Lockner, Roger Volker, Neil Kuehnast, David Ede, Dick Kerr. Fourth Row: Gerry Selmer, Don Messerly, Phil
Snyder, Larry Spiess, Arlo Hoyick, Noel Likins, Bob Ackerson, Jim Martin.
Music Guided Their Way
CHOIR OFFICERS: Jane 'VlcCoy, Vice DIRECTOR AND ACCOMPANISTS:
President, Phil Snyder, Treasurer, Judy Nelson, Roger Volker,
Pat Hogan, President, Liz Clayton Hathaway, Director,
Schnurr, Secretary. Larry Spiess.
First Row: June Hovey, Marilyn White, Beverly Zettelmier, Rajahneen Knigge, JoAnn Gangestad, Jeannine Harris, Judy Risdal,
Liz Schnurr, Judy Nelson, Lola Kerr. Second Row: Jan Wiese, Maurine Thorson, Aileen Weiss, Joy Kurtz, Valdine Rusher, Janet
Peeples, Janet Renquist, Ruth Helgevold, Jane McCoy, Virginia Allison. Third Row: Marvin Ekedal, John Marrs, Charles Nes-
lund, Paul Hansen, Dwaine Schatfner, Vernon Millard, Norman Dunrnire, David Jensen. Fourth Row: Gale Duncan, Jack Baus-
serman, Don Nelson, Denny Johnson, Al Ericson, Dick King, Bob Warlancl, Don Winters, Gary Nelson. Absent: Daryl Hobbs,
Cynthia Boeke, Jim Peters.
They Said It With A Song
The A Cappella choir was "on the go" all
year, as usual. They started with the Thanks-
giving program in cooperation with other
musical groups. The next thing up was the
annual Christmas concert presenting, of course,
"The Night Before Christmas". Soon after this
the choir went into rehearsal for "New Moon",
their major production of the year. During the
spring the choir performed for many of the
service clubs of the city. The first semester the
choir had 78 members but it was enlarged to
86 in the second semester. Eighty of these were
active members with six as the "reserve squad."
The choir season was quite successful and 36
seniors left with much regret while the remain-
ing members looked forward to next year.
Some ofthe numbers the choir performed at
concerts during the year were:
"O Bone Jesu "......,,... . ,, ,. . Palestrino
"Prairie at Evening", ., ,. . ,Arr. by Waring
"Lord, Thou Art Mighty' '...... , , , .. , Valinoff
"Alleluia' '.....,,,, . .,,.. ,. ,,,, Arr. by Rosenberg
"Rocka My Soul ",.,. Carroll
"Skip to my Lou ".. . ,, Griffith
"Monotone" .. . Lockwood
"Holiday" .,.,, Arr. Simeone
QUARTET: Dick Kerr, Kenny
Ecklund, Marvin Ekedal,
SEXTET-First Row: Janet Pepples, Ann Bickal,
JoAnn Gangestad. Second Row: Bettylou
Quick, Pat Hogan, Liz Schnurr,
Vocal department groups kept busy
The quartet and sextet were chosen from the
A Cappella choir early in the tall by series ot
try-outs. Because of keen competition mem-
bership in one ot these groups is considered an
honor. Both groups performed on A Cappella
concerts and tor various groups throughout
the city. Again this year the quartet and sextet
jointed to torm the Radio Choir which ap-
peared on "Know Your Schools" several times
during the year. Because of mid-year gra-
duation, it was necessary to make changes in
the quartet, and the second semester quartet
consisted ot David Ede, Kenny Ecklund, Thadd
Hall, and Marvin Ekedall Both these groups
were in great demand during the year and they
were well received by all their audiences.
ROBE CUSTODIANS: Joy Kurtz, Dick Kerr.
The robe custodians really had a iob cut out
for them when they took over in the fall. They
were faced with the task of fitting new choir
members with robes, straightening out the robe
closets, and keeping them in order. They
checked the robes out before a concert and
made sure all were turned in again.
The librarians had charge of keeping the
music in the choir books up to date and in good
shape. One of the librarians' duties was to
check in and hand out new music received by
the department, Many hours were spent this
year in filing music used by former choirs. Both
the librarians and robe custodians worked
hard and deserve much credit for the good
iobs they did.
LIBRARIANS: Larry Spiess, Nedra Hanes, Sally Beisser.
4 l , .4 A Q
First Row: Joan Jones, Janet Rist, Janice Heilernan, Coletta Grunwald, Fay Jeffries, Shirley Strong, Joanne Licht, Janet Foran,
Beverly Boyd, Earlene Shourek, Della Mae Anderson, Patty Williams, Nina Musick, Demaris Groshart, Jeanie Ascherl. Second
Row: Mary Lou Nlacken, Ruth Licht, Sally Ackerman, Bettie Day, Pat Tubbs, Claudia Ahrens, Carol Long, Joanne Arnold,
Geraldine Hutchinson, Orrine White, Dorothy Horn, Colleen Bowles, Mavis Coleman, JoAnn Kramer, Arlene Sanck. Third
Row: Barbara Schuh, Arthena Shroyer, Carol Frueh, JoAnn Bell, Marcus Ede, Donovan Mozena, Ronald Gibb, Jerry Long,
Gerald Hare, Tom Grippen, Bob Couch, Richard Ostendorf, Tom Fisher, Renae Lindberg, Barbara Thatcher, Sybil Test, Mary
Lou Berg. Absent: Vernor Van Valkenburg, Conrad Watts, Lucia Wenzel.
Voice Training for Future A Cappella Members
The members of the two training choruses
choir Twice a week over one hundred boys and
girls entered the choir room to gain the ex
perience vihich may enable them to loin the
choir Their work was mostly ear and eye train
ing at the beginning of the semester in prepa
ration for more difficult work later ID the year
Much ennphasis was put on recognizing key
signatures, counting various musical phrases,
and other necessary techniques. At the end of
the semesters seashore tests were given to all
the members of the training choruses and their
grades were recorded for future use in the
Music Department. Auditions were held, from
which the A Cappella members were chosen.
Training choir is open to all students who are
First Row: Marilyn G, Anderson, Sarah Scott, Virginia Pederson, Janice Firnhaber, Joan Poole, Darlene Nitzel, Helen Walker,
Jacquelynne McHugh, Bev Peterson, Marlene Rasmussen, Patricia Davis, Marilyn Gramenz, Annette Robinson. Second Row:
Mc-mrie Wells, Mary Ann Sell, Judy l-lotz, Jeannine Loftus, Jane Hepperle, Marlys Lund, Jeannette Carey, Sue Swaney, Betty
Schnell, La Von Benson, Ramona Zuck, Jeannine Joosten, Margret Chambers, Mathilda Dunscombe. Third Row: Harold Brown,
Jcrry Wood, Barbara Bergeman, La Von Carlson, Beverley Williams, Donna Lloyd, Tennice Tolef, Shirley Holcomb, Mary Sula
Dawson, Marcia Studley, Sheila Klement, Mary Ellen Nelson, Ann Benner, IV.ary Lou Waggener, Mary Blair, Bud Hof, Bruce
Charon. Fourth Row: Mike Dessinger, Joe Camamo, Dave Cran, Bob Loomis, Burdette Parsons, Jerry Menefee, Kenny Moenck,
Phillip Pierson, Rodney Parsons, Thadcl Hall, Dick Heun, Emerson Laird, Warren Wiese, Roger Risdall, Bob Buckles, Tom Kraf
are the future members of the A Cappella
Robert appeals for "Stout-
Philippe denounces women with "Softly,
As in a Morning Sunrise."
"New Moon Rises"
On March l3 and i4 the lilting strains of
Sigmund Romberg's "New Moon" filled the
auditorium. This production by the A Cappella
Choir, under the direction of Clayton Hatha-
way, delighted everyone with its professional
quality. The lovely music included such tunes
as "Stouthearted Men", "One Kiss", "Wanting
You", 'iLover Come Back to Me", and "Softly
as in a Morning Sunrise". The Show Shop or-
Marianne and Besace sing
to the sailors.
chestra, including the new feature of Roger
Volker and his electric organ, provided the
instrumental music. Many long hours were
spent on the production by the dramatics, home
economics and art departments. Solo voices,
chorus, lighting, scenery, and costumes were
amazingly adequate and in no Way suggested
an amateur production. The tuneful music re-
echoed through the halls for days.
The minuet is performed at
Julie Clolilde Ribaud and Alexander Cofilde prepares for
have a talk.
Operetta Well Received
Marianne ...,, , ,Y,.,, ,,,Pat Hogan
Julie ., ..., C ,e,..,.A ,,..Marilyn White
Clotilde , ,.........AA, , ,,,.,..e ,, ,,.....,.. Rahianeen Knigge
Monsieur Beaunoir .,..A ...., A , ,,,,, ...,..,,.,, D ick Kerr
Captain George Duvaln .,a, ,Burclett Parsons
Vicomte Ribaud .... ,,aa .e..,. ,,,,......a, J im Martin
Robert .,t, ,,,..,.,.., . ,,,, ,Marvin Ekedal
Alexander ,, ,,,r i ,,,,e, .Larry Speiss
Besace ...., .,........,,,,, Jerry Menefee
Jacques . .tt,,,, Jack Bausserman
Philippe ..,, ,.,,... , ,,.Thadd Hall
Doorman , , C
Girl A ..,, u...., . ,
Girl E ,
Girl F ..,,, ,,
Brunet ., .J
C ,, Jan Weiss
Jean ,e,.,e,e., ,,,. , David Ede
.,t. Don Messerly
,,.., ,George Hof
, , Norman Dunmire
ette , C ...,., ,,,,,. G erry Belmer Seamstress , ...i., Betty Lou Quick
....,..,.i.SaIly Beisser Butler A .....,,David Ede
Captain Duval seeks the hand The gentlemen draw numbers for a kiss and
of Marianne. dance with Marianne.
DODGER THESPIANS-First Row: Colleen Walker, Joy Kurtz, Marilyn White, Pat Hogan, Marge Crouse, Phyllis Berry, Jane
Wiese, Orrine White, Kay Howard, LaVon Benson. Second Row: Joan Shrader, Julia Jessen, Kay Fantle, Bob Higgins, Larry
Savage, Rajahneen Knigge, Kathy Barlow, Charlene Hyde, Pat Grisham. Third Row: Gale Duncan, Neil Orness, Larry Spiess
Roger Severson, Cliff Zoller, Mack Martquist, Duane Harris, Jack Brown, Kenneth Carter. Not Present: John Abel.
Best Actors Tapped For Thespians
The Dodger Thespians is an honor society
of students who are active in the speech de-
partment. Membership is awarded to those
who have had at least one semester of drama-
tics or ten points, which they can earn by acting
in plays or working on stage crews. By the
end of this year over forty students will have
achieved membership. Two initiations are held
each year at which they take in budding actors
Bob Higgins and Kenneth Carter in
The officers for the Thespians club this year
were Raiahneen Knigge, President, Larry Sav-
age, Vice President, and Kathy Barlow, Sec-
To win a letter in Dodger Thespians, a mem-
ber must earn IO more points or a total of 20
by further participation in the dramatic field.
The letter is in the form of a gold F guard to be
attached to a club pin. All active members are
required to attend special club meetings.
Bob Bierman and Roger Severson in the
production "Wilbur Faces life".
Jack Brown and Howard Vinnes broadcast Raj Knigge, president of Dodger Thespians,
and Mariorie Crouse keeps time
on a "Know Your Schools"
The Radio club under the supervision of Ken-
neth 'Waterman met every Monday, Wednes-
day, and Friday the fifth period. This club had
complete charge over the classroom program,
"Know Your Schools," which presented 75
broadcasts this year. This year the club had
eight members who took charge of everything
including the engineering, announcing, news-
casting, interviewing, and arranging the pro-
gram material. The radio club is open to all
Kenny Moneck and Cliff Zoller study
their play parts.
and Kathy Barlow, secretary, have
charge of the Dodger Thespian
The stage crew is an organization, estab-
lished for those who take an interest in a stage
crafts. These people worked mainly after school
and on Saturday mornings. Some of their duties
were planning, constructing, painting and
setting up stage scenery. The stage crew had
T7 members on its roster. This group also
helped out at assemblies by setting up stage
accessories and curtain pulling. A few mem-
bers also worked with the Civic Drama pro-
The stage crew sets up the
.lerry Higgins pulls off Duane Pin9le's boot while Duane Harris watches while Kenny Moench
Duane Harris looks on.
rolls a cigarette.
One Act Plays
"Strange Road," "From Paradise to Butte,"
and "Thanks Awfully," were the three one act
plays presented on February 7, under the di-
rection of Kenneth Waterman.
"Strange Road," a serious drama, was the
first play on the program. The supernatural
was emphasized in the restoration of a blue
bowl to the mother and a turquoise ring to the
sweetheart. Connie Cochran was the assistant
director of the play.
A small Rocky Mountain railway station was
the scene of the second comedy "From Paradise
to Butte". The play was centered around two
men, one a cowboy who wanted to live in the
city, and the other a city dude cowboy who
loved the wide open spaces. In the end both
find they are satisfied to return to their own
homes. Special sound and lighting effects with
whistling trains, coyotes and runaway horses
added to the atmosphere. Assistant director for
this play was Sterling Ainsworth.
The last play also a comedy was "Thanks,
Awfully." The scene was the apartment of a
very talented young artist, Richard Montique.
The play turned into a hilarious situation when
Mr. Montique made an agreement with his
sister to say nothing but "Thanks Awfully" at
a bridge party of his sisters. One very unusual
and outstanding feature in this play was that
there were T3 women characters and the part
bowl to the mother and a turquoise ring to the
for only one boy. The assistant director for
"Thanks Awfully" was Colleen Wagner.
Thadd Hall listens while Shirley Holcomb tells Barbara Thadcl Hall tells Barbara Schuh of the strange
Schuh ofthe drowning.
journey he is going to take.
Orrine White, Rai Knigge, and Mary Sullivan Joy Kurtz introduces herself
meet Marv Ekedal. to Marv Ekedal.
"Strange Road" "Thanks Awfully"
A Drama by John M. Huston A Comedy by Jean lee Latham
Mrs. Talbot .....r,..4.v.,....,....s.vs...............,.......,..,.., Julia Jessen Richard Montique A................ ...,.,,....... M arvin Ekedal
Mrs. Kadan ......... ..,,, ......... S h irley Holcomb Dorothy Montique .....,..... ........., J anice Raker
Annie Kaden .,,,,,... ..,tss... B arbara Schuh Marian Gatewood ............ ,,.,,.... L ois Behrens
Alan Talbot .sst,e,... ..w.........., T hadd Hall Ann Marsh ...,................... .......,.,,., A ileen Weiss
Carol .............. .........., L avon Benson
Edith ..,,..,.,.......,., ,,.s.,...,,,,. P hyllis Berry
Mrs. Dodd ,........... ..,,....ww., C olleen Walker
"From Paradise to Butte" Mrs. Smythe .....,...,, ,......... J anean Wiese
A Comedy by Robert Finch Enid ,,,,,w,,.,4w,,,,,,,,,,,s,,,,, w,,,,,,A,A,, C harlene Hyde
Luke Cashmore, station agent ............ Duane Harris Nanette ..............,..,..,.... ....,................ J oy Kurtz
Johnny Martin, the country cowboy Mrs. Hemingway .......,.. .,......... M ary Sullivan
Mrs. James Gower
The Boy ...............,............................................ Jerry Higgins Caroline ......................... ...........,. R aiaheen Knigge
Dewey Smith, the city cowboy ...,., Kenny Moench Jane ................ ...............,. O rrine White
Julia Jessen seeks solace as Janice Ralxer seems pleased as Phyllis Berry and la Von
the play ends. Benson meet Marv Elxedal.
Raih Knigge finds Phyllis Berry portraying a fishing pole, Joe Greenlief listens to Phyllis Berry's problems as Jan
Jan Wiese, a broken teapot, Larry Savage, a key-
hole, I.aVonne Benson an orange and Jack
Brown and Joe Greenlief tadpoles.
Wiese reads on unnoticing them. In the
background are Larry Savage
and Jack Brown fencing.
Thespians Presented "Stardust" May 9
A hilarious comedy, "Stardust" was pre- Joy Kurtz played the actress and her comed-
sented by the Dodger Thespians on May 9,
under the direction of Kenneth Waterman, as-
sisted by Marilyn White and Duane Harris.
The play is a brilliant comedy set in a dra-
matic school full of students who are trying to
"live" their art. into this madhouse of art comes
our famous actress. She's dumbfounded at
these "over-arty" students, and they are very
surprised to find that she gives no time to such
ian friend was portrayed by Raiahneen Knigge.
Mack Holmquist played the part of Joy Kurtz's
fiance. The talent scout was Bob Higgins and
Marjorie Crouse was the Dean of Women. The
Russian professor was played by Larry Spiess.
The students of the school were Carol Krebill,
Jim Martin, Larry Savage, Phyllis Berry, Char-
lene Hyde, Jan Wiese, LaVonne Benson, Shir-
ley Holcomb, Dixie Kirkhart, Barbara Schuh,
Jack Brown, and Joe Greenlief.
Raiahneen Knigge tells off Marge Crouse, as Larry Spiess, Mack
Hartquist, and Joy Kurtz, look on in astonishment.
Barbara Schuh, Marilyn White, and Dixie Kirkhart, infuriate Larry
Spiess in their courtsies to Joy Kurtz.
DEBA1E-First Row: Frances Adamson, Ann Berner, Ann Aarons, Carol Cox, lanet Renquist, Eev Hilton, Kay Howard. Second
Row: Rudy Galask, Emerson Laird, Bob Ackerson, Phyllis Berry, Barbara Thatcher, Ronald Naser, Dwaine Schaffner.
lt's Debatable Future Farmers of America
The debate team went to three major tour-
naments this year, the one held at Coe College,
Augustana Tournament at Rock Island, Illinois,
and the Omaha Central Tournament.
This year Fort Dodge was host for the North-
west District of the Iowa Forensic League con-
test. The varsity debators this year were Ron
Naser, Duane Schaffner, Joe Greenlief, Anne
Berner, Janet Renquist, and Bob Ackerson.
Debating was not the only activity our team
partcipiated in at these tournaments. They also
took part in original oratory, radio speaking,
interpertative reading, discussion, after dinner
speaking, and extempore speaking contests.
A new club in high school this year and one
of the most active was FFA. The thirty mem-
bers ofthe club had a busy year selling milk at
noon, selling hot dogs and coffee at football
games, and cooperating with other clubs in sev-
eral school proiects. The purpose of this club is
to prepare the future farmers for leadership in
their community and to teach them improved
methods of farming. At their monthly meetings
they had both informative and recreational
programs. Two popular recreational activities
were swimming and movies. Mr. Simonson was
the advisor of this group and Vernon Niemier
FFA-First Row: Ray Scharf, Duane Stevens, Gary Jondle, Emmett Ascherl, Paul Reinders, Gerald Friesth, David Carlson, Gary
Knutson, Roger Friesth, Norris Overdahl. Second Row: Don Brennon, Danny l-licks, Tom King, Duane Johnson, Bruce Pingel,
Bill Reinders, Clifford Westling, Harold Messerly, John Olmsteacl, Emerson Bodell.
Goal Was Set High For l952 Staff
The Big Dodger staff of T952
worked hard and furiously to
reach their appointed deadlines.
They were directed by the com-
petent assistance of Clair Culver,
advisor of the staff, and Carol
Krebill, the editor. The staff was
backed by the 923 students
whose subscriptions made it pos-
sible for the staff to produce the
best book that they were capable
of producing. After much discus-
sion a theme, "Students in the
Spotlight", was considered to be
the best suggested. Raiahneen
and David, the art editors pro
duced Sparky to guide the reader
through the book.
Duncan, Bergeman and Abel check
Nedra Hanes and Jackie Jensen decide
which picture to use.
Trudy Hall and Bev Ramler
Joselyn, Hartquist, Boeke, Pearl, and Quick
approve another layout.
Pat Grisham and Liz Schnurr check
High life pictures.
Conference Showed Better Means of Production
On the fourth of October an
enthusiastic group of iournalists
attended the Journalism Confer-
ence held at Ames. There they
studied methods of improving
the year book. Their aim was to
make the i952 Dodger a success-
ful story of the school year. Lec-
tures on photography, writeups,
business managing, and editing
were some of the meeting at-
tended by the iournalists. When
the production of the yearbook
was completed the staff members
felt like they were budding iour-
An inspired year was termi-
nated with a preview of the i952
Dodger in connection with the
annual iournalism dinner.
Mr. Culver and Carol Krebill consider
a theme for the book
Larry Savage and Blake Brown identify
the football squad
The final OK is given the senior section by
Askland, Mullen, Gustafson, and Allison
Raiahneen Knigge and David Carlson finish the
decision on the book cover
.loan Shrader, Dixie Rhoades, and Bob Higgins
collaborate on a business problem
The year was an endless cycle for
The Little Dodger students: dead-
lines, reading galleys, and finally on
Friday morning of every second
week The paper went To The home-
rooms. Their task was done. Then on
Friday afternoon is began again.
The Little Dodger was published
this year through the efforts of
thirty-seven students. Under The
efficient supervision of Soffie Pap-
pas, the staff published eighteen
issues. Two special issues this year
were the Christmas edition and The
Daffy Dodger. In the Daffy Dodger
the staff used Their active imagina-
tions, without regard of facts.
The editors for the first semester
were John Groff and Brad Brin, and
The second semester editors were
FROM TOP TO BOTTOM:
Editors John Groff and Brad Brin
check the final columns.
These people handle the adverfising.
Hogan, Harris, Hilton, Mid-
daugh and Aarons read the
Fox, Goodspeed, Trusly, Renquist,
Rank, and loehr waich
David Marchi and Bob Cadwell.
Many efficient minor editors, news-
writers, and advertising solicitors
worked together to make this year's
paper a success. The business man-
ager was Dixie Myers, who was
advised by Margaret Flom.
Last fall Miss Pappas held classes
for the first few weeks of school,
teaching the new members of the
staff the basic rules of journalism.
Then in October several members
of the staff attended the journalism
convention held this year at lowa
State College at Ames. At this con-
vention the students were able to
attend meetings held by well-
known men in the field of journal-
ism. The journalists finished the
year with a journalism banquet.
FROM TOP TO BOTTOM:
Clelland, Scott, Glazer, Mitchell,
Chambers and Nitzel get to-
gether for another gossip
Margaret Flom, Sophie Pappas, and
Dixie Myers discuss the finanzes.
Marchi, Dolan, and Duea approve
the sports writeups.
Another group of reporters
have a meeting.
Front Row: Carol Cox, Carol Krebill, Dixie
Rhoades, Pat Hogan, Virginia Estlund,
Back Row: Don Schwendemann, La Von
Benson, Cynthia Boeke.
FIESTA SIN SIESTAS
Front Row: Beverly Hagan, Sharon Hilton,
Liz Schnurr, Coleen Anderson.
Back Row: Martin Wogaman, Joan Fox, Bev
Zettelmier, Aileen Weiss, Thelma Thom-
son, Ann Aarons, Delores Porter.
Front Row: Joyce Hamell, Roman Hishchyn-
ski, Sally Horn, Ron Naser, Jerry Wood,
Zola Sells, Dorothy Horn.
Back Row: Ron Shelton, Bob Ackerson,
Phyllis Berry, Leonard Peart, Kay How-
Linguists Improved By Practice
Thirty-seven students were in the language
clubs this year. The largest club, with sixteen
members was Latin Club, known as SPQR. The
president ot SPQR was Leonard Peart, Dixie
Rhoades was president of Sans Souci, the
French Club, and Lizabeth Schnurr was presi-
dent ot Fiestas Sin Siestas, the Spanish Club.
The Christmas party and the spring picnic
were the main social events ot the year tor
both Sans Souci and Fiestas Sin Siestas. The
big hi-lights ot SPQR were the Initiation Cere-
monies and a May banquet a la Roman style.
1952 was a very successful year for the lingu-
Mermaid Ackerson Steals Show at Sans Souci Celebrates Christmas Pinata, Big Attraction at Spanish
SPQR Initiation. with Banquet. Xmas Party.
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The Royal Court
KAREN KING LIZ SCHNURR
1951 brought the eighth anniversary of
Dodger Homecomings. The first Homecoming
dates back to 1944 when the football team
elected Donna Peterson and six attendants to
reign over the gala event. "Roger the Dodger,"
a mascot duck, was sold to promote the sale
of war bonds.
This year for the second time a Homecom-
ing program was presented in the auditorium
at 2:00 P.M. Alan Ericson, football captain,
crowned Jane McCoy queen. After the coro-
nation, the queen and her Royal Court were
the honored quests for the original skits which
were presented by A Cappella, Y-Teens, Big
Dodger, Spanish Club, and Dodger Thespians.
The musical skit staged by the A Cappella
Choir captured top honors.
Immediately following the assembly a
parade of 22 floats constructed with the aid of
crepe paper and vivid imagination passed
down Central Avenue. Home Room 205's float
"Let's Cook Their Goose was awarded the best-
over-all prize. Without a doubt Homecoming
was the outstanding event of the year.
First prize winner home room 205 boils enthusiasm The A Cappella float adds
by cooking their goose.
up the score.
The Big Dodger decides now is the time Cheerleaders chant "on
to strike for victory.
The Royal Court passes in review. 'l2A's give 'em the boot.
Bench warmers, Brad, Liz, Jane and Ed. Waterloo sings the iail house blues.
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A Capella slcit takes top honors by adding Green River Water Gills-Mary, Jackie,
up the score. Cynthia, Nedra.
Special attractions: Pat Hogan Ed Johnston reviews the Writers, directors, and announcers, Bonnie
and Judy Nelson. week's news. Alftine and .lo Ann Gangestad.
D0dgel'S llillle l llle All'
Gossip Pursuers-Barb Bergeman, Angela Everyone is getting in the mood for
Waggoner, Phyllis Berry. the next broadcast.
Time for the pause that refreshes. Cliff and Bev look over
Charlene, Judy, and Bev answer calls of
"Hey, where's mine?" Bud, Frances, Joan, and Bill-iust lounging.
Arlo Hovick, Harvey Levitt, Jerry Higgins, and
Rex Peck are behind the 8-ball.
Music Store Dudes: .lim Peters, Gordy McClure,
Nina Musick, and Sharon Hilton.
White, Bausserman, and Schrieber display combat
boots and white bucks.
Harlene Glazer, Shirley Holcomb, and Dorothy
Heitner sport the latest fad-medalions.
Ye Old Hangouts and Fads
New fads are seen every year and the
school year of T952 was no exception. Popular
with the girls were the new medalions. Made
of every shape and color, they soon were seen
with every outfit.
The boys were not to be outdone, either.
"Lil' Abnersu and combat boots were a part of
every fellows shoe supply.
The biggest fad for both boys and girls, was
Everyone had his favorite "hangout" The
boys often wished that the hands of the clock
would race to 4 o'clock so they could have a
game of billiards at the "Recreation Parlor."
An hour isn't a very long time in which to
choose a record, and as a result one would
have seen the same gang of kids at the local
music shops three or four nights a weekf
because "it just has to have been recorded by
a certain someone!"
School Hot Spots
"Excuse me! Pardon me! Oh, l'm sorry, I
didn't mean to step on your hand!" These were
a few of the phrases one would use, if he were
trying to get to homerooms 215 or 218 in the
morning. lt seemed to be the most comfortable
place to discuss week-end dates and prospec-
tive ball games.
If more time was had before the bell rang
it was just as easy to lean against the lockers
Vande and her harem.
Don gives the word.
to have a "good old bull session."
The Book Room as usual had its share of oc-
cupants-lf only that tardy bell could have
been set back just a few minutes!
The girls had places at which the local gos-
sip was discussed too. While combing their
hair and prettying their faces, everyone was
informed of "who's going with whom and
Naughty, naughty-now you are in the book room.
Room for one more.
I was walfzing with my darling.
Candy Cane Formal
You shake if and you break it and you o'babe.
Come on to my house.
Knigge B1 Gangestad doing what comes nafurally.
Let's Have A Party
That Dodger Spirit
First Dodger triumph. All aboard for the Dodger Express
Sioux Ciiy or bust. Dodgers crowd the gym.
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COACHING STAFF Seated Lisle Townsend baseball coach, Howard Bath, tennis coach, football backfield coach, Forrest Mar
quis dire tor of athletics head football coach Win Raker, assistant track coach, B-squad football coach, Ben Duea, track
coach football line coach Bsquad basketball coach, intramurals. Standing: Connie Goodman, varsity basketball coach, Har
very Clemmenson wrestling coach Bob McCaffrie assistant wrestling coach, B-squad football, assistant track coach.
Coaches get Dodgers in Shape
For his outstanding play throughout the season, Jim
Rosien was awarded the honor of being nominated to
the first team of l.D.P.A. all state selection. Along with
this honor Jim was voted unanimous choice to be first
team Big Six end on the conference team. Daryl Hobbs
was also nominated to the Big Six first team at the position
of quarterback followed up with Captain Ericson who re-
ceived second team honors at halfback. Hobbs, Ericson,
Anderson, Rabiner and Brown received Honorable Men-
tion on Iowa Daily Press Association.
VARSITY SQUAD-First Row: Charles Neslund, Don Messerly, Nic Drzycimski, Pete Rudolph, Don Quinn, Tom Kempley, Dan
Payne, Tom Schmoker. Second Row: Ed Johnston, Ed Lacina, Denton Ericson, Gary King, Burdette Parsons, Leonard McPherson,
Blake Brown, Alan Ericson, Dick King, Charles Anderson, Daryl Hobbs, Jerry Rabiner, Jim Rosien, Dean Horn, Harold Brown.
Third Row: Neil Kuehnast, Dick Kerr, Arlo Hovick, Lloyd Kinnan, Ron Shelton, Don Schwendemann, Duane Pingle, Larry
Gilpin, Hiram Walker, Gary Lyall, Gordon Kammarmeyer, Bill Sturdevant, Mervin Habenicht, Jim Peters, George Fritz. Fourth
Row: Tom Schwiger, Marshall Wells, Fred Blunt, John Marrs, Frank Johnston, Mike Henry, Howard wnnes, Boake Sells, Doug-
las Auten, Phil Hamilton, Dan Block, David McMiniment, Rodney Parsons, Don Norbury, Roland Lau.
Upset East Waterloo at Homecoming
The Fort Dodge High School football team
ended the season with a 5 win 4 loss record.
Although they ended up fifth in the Big Six
Conference, this season was not considered a
failure. The Dodgers did not lose a game to
a non-conference team. They beat Ames High,
breaking their winning streak of eighteen wins
and one tie which took them two and one half
years to compile. Fort Dodge also beat one of
Wisconsin's better ball clubs, Central High
of LaCrosse, 25 to l3.
The Dodgers opened their season with a
win over a very mediocre Heelan Sioux City
High School team beating them 27 to O. In this
game the Dodgers showed a strong ground
attack and a powerful air thrust which was out-
standing throughout the season.
The game the following week, was with
North Des Moines. Although they hadn't won
a game from Fort Dodge in nine years, North's
superior spirit showed through in the last twen-
ty seconds as North came from behind to win
l9 to l3.
Bouncing back from the defeat at the hands
of North, the Dodgers journeyed to East Sioux
City to squeeze out a close victory over the
small but powerful Sioux Cityians, i3 to l4.
To do this Fort Dodge had to make several goal
line stands which caused fans to become iittery
West Waterloo was rated as the best team in
the state at the time of this contest. Although
they were later beaten by Ames they decis-
toned the Dodgers 18 to l4. It was a two sided
contest with West having control of the game
the first half and Fort Dodge taking over in
the second half. As the game ended Fort Dodge
was preparing to overtake West with the ball
on the six yard line.
The Homecoming game was a great success
because the Dodgers mauled East Waterloo
33 to 0. ln the first quarter a large score was
piled up and the reserves were allowed to play
the rest of the game adding a few points to the
East Des Moines was prepared for Fort
Dodge, welcoming them with a downpour of
rain. The game was played on a rain soaked
field with hardly any grass apparent. lt was
a sluggish game with East getting a few breaks,
winning i9 to O. East ended the season a
couple of weeks later undefeated tying West
Waterloo for conference championship.
The up and down again Dodgers gathered
all their strength for previously undefeated
Ames. The Dodgers were primed for the game
and they started off with a bang. By the end
of the game, the Dodgers were ahead by the
score of 20 to l4, doing what two other Big
Six Conference Championship teams in the past
years couldn't do.
The will to win was lost at Mason City and
the Dodgers were downed 28 to 6. This was
the complete reverse of the previous week
with the Mohawks ripping huge holes in the
line and completely baffling the pass defense.
For the Charity game, LaCrosse, Wisconsin,
played the Dodgers in a cross sectional meet-
ing. This was the second meeting of these two
teams with the Dodgers winning both. Both
teams wanted to win this game badly but the
Dodger's showed superior air and ground
power to walk off on the long end of a 25 to
B-SQUAD-First Row: Barber, Spilios, Hoff, White, Beckenbaugh, Coockron, Camamo, Marchi, O'Conner, Orness, Rice, Cadwell,
Ascherl. Second Row: Fisher, Burnell, Guthrie, Scheideman, Goodspeed, Thomas, Burnett, Howard, Weise, Hall, Walburger,
Williams, Cox. Third Row: Judish,, Manager, Durell, Davenport, Dillman, Swalla, Cervene, Pierson, Proeschold, Loomas, Pat-
terson, Peterson, Brown, O'Brion.
27 Fort Dodge Heelan, Sioux City 0
13 Fort Dodge North, Des Moines 19
14 Fort Dodge East, Sioux City 13
14 Fort Dodge West, Waterloo 18
33 Fort Dodge East, Waterloo O
O Fort Dodge East, Des Moines 19
20 Fort Dodge Ames 14
6 Fort Dodge Mason City 28
25 Fort Dodge Central, La Crosse, Wis. 13
FIRST TEAM-Front Row: Rosien, Anderson, D. Erickson, McPherson, Rabiner, B. Brown, B. Parsons, D. King, H. Brown. Back
Row: F, Johnston, Gilpin, Horn, Hobbs, G. King, A. Ericson.
FRANK JOHNSTON DICK KING JOHN MARRS TOM SCHMOKER
End End End Guard
LLOYD KINNAN DENTON ERICSON DARYL HOBBS DAN BLOCK
Tackle Guard Quarterback Tackle
JERRY RABINER DEAN HORN MERVIN HABENICHT BURDETTE PARSONS
Center Fullback Guard Tackle
Gilpin slips in East Waterloo game.
Ericson cuts around end in the LaCrosse game.
LARRY GILPIN NEIL KUEHNAST ED JOHNSTON DICK KERR
Halfback Center Quarterback Tackle
HAROLD BROWN GARY KING GORDON KAMMARMEYER HOWARD VINNES
End Fullback Tackle Guard
Coaches watch Gary King skirt right end
in chariiy game.
JIM ROSIEN HIRAM WALKER LEONARD MCPHERSON CHARLES ANDERSON
End Halfback Guard Tackle
ED LACINA BLAKE BROWN RUDOLPH and QUINN
Fullback Guard Managers
Rebanak gels the rebound in Wes! Waterloo game.
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The Dodgers got off to a good start winning
their first three games before losing to Carroll.
During the middle of the season they lost six
close games by Three points or less. One of
these games was an overtime game to the Big
Six Champions West Waterloo. After the mid-
season tough luck the Dodgers started on their
winning ways by defeating an old arch rival
Webster City. On the Waterloo trip, both games
were lost, but it took West Waterloo, the Big
Six Champions, an overtime to do it. Coming
back home, the Dodgers brought a surge of
spirit with them and beat North Des Moines,
lost to Mason City, and then beat East Des
Moines and Boone. In the District Fort Dodge
drew Boone, but unlike the first game, Boone
won the second meeting of the two teams. It
was lust a night when the Dodgers couldn't
do anything right, and Boone could do nothing
Some of the highlights of the season were
the two overtime games. The Dodgers won one
against East Des Moines and lost the other
one to West Waterloo. Many of the games
were lost by a margin of three or less points.
Another interesting fact was that the Dodgers
won three out of the first four games, and also
three out of the last four. An extra basket or
two here and there during the middle of the
season could have made a much more impres-
sive record than the 8 won and ll lost. The
teams offensive average was 47.3 points a
game, and the defensive average was 47.8
points a game. The high scorers for the year
were Captain John Groff with T85 points and
Jim Rosien with T72 points. Both Groff and
Rosein made the second team All Big Six.
The team never let down once during the
season and the coaching was of the best calibre.
In combining these two factors, the Dodgers
came up with a good team and had a good
TRAVELING SQUAD-Kneeling left to right: Frank Johnston, John Kudron, Jinx Rosien, John Groff, Kenny Rebarcak. Stand-
ing: Gary King, Marshall Wells, Charles Anderson, Kenny Anderson, John Mars, Blaine Fox.
JOHN GROFF JIM ROSIEN
Anderson iumps in the Eas! Waterloo game.
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GARY KING KENNY REBARCAK
Dodgers Down Perry Anoiher battle with East Waterloo.
VARSITY SQUAD-Froni Row, left to right: Gary King, Jim Rosien, Kenny Rebarcak, Kenny Anderson, John Groff, Frank John-
ston. Second Row: Roger Hitchens, John Kudron, Charles Anderson, John Marrs, Blaine Fox. Third Row: .lack Hamilton, Marshall
Men of the Hardcourt
B-SQUAD-Front Row, left to right: Camamo, Spiellos, Schwieger sells, Reirson, Cochran, Bierman. Second Row: Gutherie, Wald-
burger, Howard, Barber, Cordes, Scheidman, Weise. Third Row: Freese, Judish, Marrs, Foster, Gasho, Snyder.
Brown gives his opponent a lift.
Don Quinn breaks loose.
Matmen did their Best
With a green wrestling team, hampered by
injuries and illness, the Dodgers wrestling
team wound up the season with 4 wins and 7
losses. They lost to the State Champion West
Waterloo team by a slim margin of 3 pointsf2O
to 17. This is the one match at which the Dodg-
ers were at full strength. It was also Coach
Clemmensen's alma mater, and he and the team
were desirous of a win in his backyard.
The Dodgers defeated the strong Osage
wrestling team 21-12. Osage was the confer-
ence champion of North East Iowa, one of the
centers of high school wrestling.
The worst defeat came at the hands of Mason
City 33-8. lt was the first time in many years
that the Mohawks have defeated the Dodgers
in duel meet competition,
Don "Corky" Quinn was elected captain for
the 1951-52 season. Corky, wrestling in the
127 pound class, won 4 decisions and one fall
out of nine dual meets for a total of 17 points.
He was elected captain by his teammates for
leadership ability, good sportsmanship, and
Other outstanding wrestlers were Paul
Campbell, 103 pounder. Paul, a sophomore,
won second place at the Eagle Grove lnvi-
tational and was undefeated in duel meet
competition, winning six decisions and having
two draws. Juniors Tom Kempley and Virgil
Campbell were the team's leading scorers with
twenty-three points apiece. Tom Kempley won
second place at the Eagle Grove Invitational as
well at 6 decisions and one fall during the
season. The only other wrestler to place at the
Invitational was Blake Brown, 154 pounder.
During the season he won 4 decisions and had
one draw for 14 points. Being a mid-semester
graduate, he was unable to compete in the last
three meets and the district tournament. This
year's team consisted of only two letter-winners
from last year: Terry Hart and Denton Ericson.
Terry lost out most of the season with an in-
iured shoulder. The lack of his ability seriously
hampered the team's chances in several meets.
Denton Ericson, also a mid-year graduate, won
four out of six matches and was unable to com-
pete in the district tournament.
DENTON ERICSON PAUL CAMPBELL EMMET ASCHERAL
133 pounds 103 pounds 165 pounds
Jerry Coleman sits out.
Denton Ericson blocks a roll.
FORT DODGE OPPONENTS
Sixth ,.,., Eagle Grove Invitational
22 s...s .,s..ss,,.. E ast Des Moines
24 .s,s. .s..,ss N orth Des Moines .....,,
25 ,s...,.s, Carroll ,..,.
17 .,..... West Waterloo .....i.
15 s.si s,,,, E agle Grove
21 A,,, ...... O sage ....,....,.s
8 ,....... Mason City
12 ..,.s,,,... Clarion
12 ..ss.,, East Waterloo
12 ,....s,,,,, Algona ..,,,,,,...
Eighth ,.s,s., 2,
BLAKE BROWN TERRY HART TOM KEMPLEY
l54 pounds 133 pounds 138 pounds
SCGPBS I 9 , G C 0lUl'lS
Demon Ericson rides him hard. Hold his shoulders down, Bill Sturdevant
Virgil Campbell holds tight. A fall is worth five points.
DON QUINN VIRGIL CAMPBELL BOB CONSIER
127 pounds 112 pounds 95 pounds
Both shoulders make Hold fight, Paul ' '
a fall. Campbell' Jlm Larson, studen! manager, weighs
in 120 pound Jerry
Pin him, Emmett Ascheral! Coleman.
JUNIOR SENIOR SQUAD First Row left to right Schultz Ede Nelson, Larson, Cadwell March: Second Row Kinnan Kueh
nast Brown Millard Ericson Wells King Rosnen Third Row McGrath, Drzycimski, Nestlund Peters Lyall Hobbs Shaw Block
Schmoker Fourth Row Rice Porter McPhearson Hoffa Fritz McMmiment,Walker,Schwendemann
Big Six Meet
TOM BRAINERD RETURNING LETTERMEN-First Row: Walker King Ericson Rosnen Hobbs
Manager Kinnan Second Row: Gamarno Drzycamsku Millard Brown
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BASEBALL VARSITY SQUAD-First Row: Quinn, Rayne, Strong, Reader, Stozen, Messerly, Macek. Second Row: Kemply, Sheldon,
Heskett, Kudron, Rebarcak, Hitchens, Rank, White.
RETURNING LETTERMEN-First Row: Payne, Kempley, Messerly, Quinn. Second Row: Kudron, Hitchens, Rebarcak, Macek.
l95l Season Filled with Rain and Mud
The T951 Baseball Record might not be
considered a very good one in the terms of
number of games won. More important than
the record of 3 wins and 5 losses was the fine
team spirit that was behind them. The team
was made up mostly of inexperienced, but
hard working, sophomores who couldn't quite
cope with the more experienced players from
GOLF SQUAD: Zoller, Norbury, Fisher, Marrs, Joselyn, W
An unfavorable spring delayed the starting
of practice and many of the games had to be
postponed. The bulk of the season's games
came within about three weeks. Under the
tight schedule, of about three games a week,
the boys buckled down and played some fine
ball. Several of the games were lost by narrow
margins. If it hadn't been for a stroke of fate,
they might have won the Sectional Tournament.
This year golf was added to
the sports program, under the
leadership of Howard Hughes.
This is the first time golf had
been offered in high school
since 1944. Twelve boys re-
ported for practice. Phil Jose-
lyn and Frank Judish played
TENNIS SQUAD-Front Row: Merrill, Grotf, Spilios, Hamilton, Hof Baca Row Cox Stennmaus
Hare, Brokaw, Duea.
Men of the Net
inclement weather dampened the spirits of
the tennis team at the beginning of the season.
Wolfe and Larson won the double match at the
Big Six Meet and the district meet. At the state
meet these boys won second. The first team
consisted of Williams, Groff, Larson, Wolfe, and
ALBERT MERRILL JO
Big Six Meet Doubles First
District Meet Doubles First
State Meet Doubles First
Front Row: George Strong, Ron Macek,
Dean Williams, Gib Waggener.
Back Row: Harold Brown, Don Porter.
George Strong, Gib Waggener, Ron
Macek, Dean Williams.
Front Row: Ed Lacine, Gordy Kammar-
meyer, George Strong, Bob
Sotzen, Neil Kuehnast.
Back Row: Marvin Gribble, Roger Friestli,
Bill Munn, Bob Higgins.
Front Row: Dean Horn, Pete Rudolph, Dean
Cochran, Bob Howard, Mike Dessinger.
Back Row: Ivan Schwabhauor, Bill Irwin,
Participated ln Physical
lnitiative, as well as skill and physical tit-
ness, were the obiectives towards which the
girls in physical education classes arrived.
Physical education is divided into two partsf
physical education classes and intramurals. ln-
struction and rules tor competitive sports are
given in the classes, which also provides a
time for practice tor the tournaments. Cales-
thentics and jumping ropes, duck pins, tumb-
ling mats, and such games as dodge ball and
shuftleboard added to the variety of the
The intramurals are entirely voluntary and a
letter award can be won by participating in
them. The intramural games stressed coopera-
tion and teamwork. The intramural program for
1951-T952 was opened by the vollyball tour-
nament, tollowed by the deck tennis and the
basketball tournaments. Early spring brings the
badminton, softball, and ping-pong tourna-
ments. Intramural sports are ot three kinds:
team sports, dual sports, and individual sports.
Each year large numbers ot girls participate in
the tourneys, and these girls are the ones who
make them so successful.
In all the intramural tournaments, the games
are run oft by the elimination method. In the
team activities, each team has the chance to
play all the other teams entered in the tourney.
However, time does not allow this procedure
in the individual and dual sports. Here the
method is used whereby the girls play until
they have lost twice. This second loss automa-
tically put them out ot the running. In both
ways, the girls or team coming out on top are
the intramurals' champions.
And Athletic Minded
Ramona and Orrine enioy a ping-pong game. The way Io a slim figure .....
Karen won't miss ..... Wha1's the score, girls?
Maurine Thorsen and Janet
Pepples, badminton and
quoit doubles champs.
VOLLEYBALL CHAMPS-Front Row, left to right: Donna Walstrom, Maureen Thorsen
Beverly Hagan. Back Row: Janet Pepples, Mary Lou Waggoner, Mary Lou Macken.
And T The Victors
Sophomore champ of singles badmin-
ton and quoit-Judy Risdall.
Maurine Thorsen--iunior-senior bad-
minton and quoit singles champ.
JUNIOR-SENIOR BASKETBALL CHAMPS-From Row, left io right: Alice Westling, Capt, Mavis Sherman, Beverly Hagan, Karen
King, Back Row: Mary Lou Macken, Margot Swanson, Kay Dolan. Not Pictured: Janet Swaney.
Belong The Championships
SOPHOMORE BASKETBALL CHAMPS-Front Row, left to right: Sue Swaney, Ann Berner, Jo Ann Bell, Capt., Earlene Shourek,
Betty Schnell, Back Row: Marilyn Anderson, Betty Seymour, Barbara Schuh, and Rachel Stewart.
Nancy Barnett scores
Nice sei-up, Patsy. Chicken claws for GIenda's team. Pitching star, Glenda Horn
But Willing to Work
Judy Risdall fries a
Lifesavers practice land Barb Thatcher, lifesaver deluxe. Karen King in perfect
Lola Kerr grins and bears it! form.
The Water's Fine!
Water splashed and the girls screamed as
usual. Where? ln the pool, of course, where on
cold, cold days the water was frigid. Stiff
muscles were loosened to perfect swimming
and diving skills. Junior and Senior life saving
courses were offered. These water lovers be-
gan to practice early in the spring, after school.
The courses consisted of discussions of water
safety and water and land drills. Now these
girls are ready to save a life.
Miss Florence Nordman, Girls'
. . . . and they swim like fish.
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To those who attend Fort Dodge Junior College, Howard
Hughes is a familiar figure. Mr. Hughes is Dean ofthe Junior Col-
lege and advisor to sophomores and freshmen. He directs all the
extra-curricular activities and teaches in the high school. It can
be easily seen that Mr. Hughes is a busy man but he always man-
ages to be cheerful and pleasant to everyone anytime.
The registrar in any college is very important. Wesley A. Erbe
serves in that capacity at Fort Dodge Junior College. He keeps
complete records of the student body. He is always ready to take
time from his busy schedule to give counsel and advise. Mr. Erbe
aids the student in choosing their curriculum.
Carrie Longfellow Mifgafe' HON
Elvin Chapman Ruth Goodrich
Clair Culver Clayton Hathaway
Florence Nordman Margaret Gore
Ethel Shannon Sophie Pappas
Bernice Bernatz Ruth Larson
Kenneth Waterman Lisle Townsend
Reber' Helm Rolaert Waggener
Robert Harger Connie Goodman
Ed McNeil, Connie Cochran, Georganne Halverson, Sterling Ainsworth,
John Russel Loy Kelley.
Graduates Received Associate In Arts Degree
Jack Etzel, Barbara Fitch, Albert Schmidke, Elaine Will,
Gerald Chingren. 'lom Allarighi.
Sophomores Participated in Many Activities
Duane Olson Marian Knutson
Elaine Blunk Karl Dencker
Matt lingren Pai Messerly
First Row, left to right: Dick Briglnii, Pauline Scharf, Frances Roitenmaier, Jane Holi, Jane Brandow, Arleen Ackerson, Gary
Jordison. Second Row: Don Soizen, George Kallansrud, Bill Heileman, Bob Rist, Don Chingren, Deryl Hamann, Bill Duay.
Freshmen Began College Career
Firsi Row, left to right: Sandra Wells, Barbara Borgeson, Anne Norclmark, Marlene Gardner. Second Row: Peg Merrill, Duane
Chambers, Keith Moreland, Richard Kraft, Tom Bergeman, JoAnn Rohden. Third Row: George Williams, John Johnson, Lloyd
Black, Kenny Cervene, Gary Cordes, Bob Harris, Jerry Welder.
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First Row, left to right: Pat Prang, Bette Kaufman, LaVonne Porter. Second Row: Eleanor Trowbridge, Jerry Reilly, Lyell Holmes,
Paul Larson, Coleen Wagner, Leila Laurent. Third Row: Bill Long, Bill Strait, Don Van Driest, Gerald Shelton, Larry Loots, Phil
Hall, Roy Karbula.
Freshmen Took Over With a Bang
First Row, left to right: Kathy Lang, Barbara Sturdevant, Jane Crowley, Karen Fiala. Second Row: Jean Carrier, Dallas Scharf,
Marvin Poppen, Gordon Ulrich, Devon Peterson, Lester Keck, Mary Cooper. Third Row: Keith Biegger, Harold Gallatin, Leonard
Gotz, Douglas Frost, John Thomas, Wilbur Diemel, Walt Roberts.
PANTHER STAFF-Firsl Row: Pauline Scharf, Georganne Halverson, Tom Bergeman. Second Row: Jane Ann Crowley, Karl
Dencker, Walt Roberts.
Interpreters of News and Events
COLLEGE CAMPUS STAFF: Bette Kaufman
and Jack Etzel.
Connie Cochran, Panther Editor,
Clair Culver, Panther Advisor.
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First Row: Vernie Phipps, Eleanor Trowbrige, Frances Rettenmaier, Pat Messerly, Leila Laurent, Marlene Gardner, Arleen
Ackerson. Second Row: Georganne Halverson,, Marian Knutson, Elaine Blunk, Frances Adamson, Karen Fiala, Lois Beckley, La
Vonne Porter. Third Row: Don Thompson, Doug Frost, Sterling Ainsworth, Larry Spiess, Karl Dencker. Fourth Row: Bob Harris,
Dick King, Phil Hall, Noel Likins, Hal Gallatin, Jim Jessen.
CHOIR OFFICERS: JoAnn Rohden, ViceAPresident, Cathy
Lang, Secretary, Bob Rist, Treasurer, Keith Moreland,
J. C. SMALL GROUP-First Row: Virginia Estlund, Mary 3 -. 5
Cooper, JoAnn Rohclen, Leila Laurent, Marlene Gardner. Q H 'L "
Second Row: Phil Hall, Bill Strait, Keith Moreland. li x -in '-
Third Row: Paul Tyree, Sterling Ainsworth. 35? K 'ff-, A fx , 5
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First Row-left fo right: Loy Kelly, Vernie Phipps. Second Row: Marian KnuTson, Connie Cochran, PaT Messerly, Miss Ethel
Shannon iadvisorl, Frances ReTTenmaier, Georganne Halverson. Third Row: Bernice BernaTz, Doris Ruby, Barbara FiTch, Mary
The Girls got together at Sigma lpha Phi
The TradiTional candle-lighT ceremony opened
The 29Th year of The Sigma Alpha Phi organi-
zaTion. ln This ceremony The officers for The
year were insTalled and The new members
iniTiaTed. In November The members held a poT-
luck supper for The monTh's meeTing. SanTa
Claus and Rudolph visifed The Sap's aT Their
ChrisTmas parfy. February l2Th was The daTe
selecTed for The ValenTine Dance. OTher evenTs
ThaT spoTlighTed The year were The MoTher's Tea
an dThe Annual Spring Picnic. The social acTiv-
iTies of The Sap's were well aTTended.
Officers pass The sweets. Marian Knut-
son, Vice-President, Georganne Halver-
son, Secreiaryp Pai Messerly, Presidentg
Vernie Phipps, Treasurer.
First Row-left To right: Lang, Gardner, Wagner, Merrill, Wells, Borgeson. Second Row: Risf, Holt, Trowbridge, Halverson,
Rohden, Scharf, Biegger. Back Row: Gallaton, Ainsworth, Chingren, McNeil, Cleven, Chambers, Keck.
Student Council Got the Job Done
The STudenT Council, wiTh The advice of Dean
Hughes, carried on The campus affairs. IT spon-
sored a formal aT The CounTry Club in honor of
The J.C. Queen and an informal Spring parTy.
IT was in charge of The annual VarieTy Show.
Largely Through The efforTs of The council, The
Panther Room was redecoraTed. The council
also sponsored The bachelors parTy.
AT The end of The firsT semesfer, PresidenT Ed
McNeil graduaTed and was replaced by Vice
PresidenT Eleanor Trowbridge. Dick Brighi was
elecTed To The Vice-Presidency, and CaThy Lang
conTinued as SecreTary and Coleen Wagner as
Ed McNeil, President, Coleen Wagner,
Treasurer, Eleanor Trowbridge, Vice-
First Row Marlene Gardner Bette Kaufman Karl Dencker Barbara Borgescn. Second Row: Connie Cochran, John Thomas,
This year as in former years the Panther Play-
ers sponsored the dramatic activities of the Junior
College. Three one-acts were presented at dra-
matic club meetings and two were repeated for
assembly programs. They were: "Daisy Won't
Tell", "Suitable for Charity", and "Silver Wed-
The main production ot the organization during
the year was "Man on the Stairs." Unusual staging
effects including a disappearing man and typical
magic tricks, with various "errie" characters added
atmosphere to the first mystery to be presented
on the local stage in several years.
The Panthers Crown Cathy Lang, Queen
Eligible Panther Bachelors: Jack Etzel, Jerry Reilly, Jim .lessen is crowned the most eligible
Dale Black, .lim lessen. by Cathy lang.
Leap Year and a Bachelor Party
"Puddin" Panther lDavid Wagnerl
Panthers go to Cy's for the eats.
9 3 H?" MBl1'lbel'ShiP- J.C. Runs "?" Club
Never a Dull Evening
I Won'1 Dance, Don'1 Ask M
Sheerer's hayloft proved to be a good spoi for choir party. Bill Strait becomes a pie face
Always An Exciting Time
Colleen Wagner Jane
Yea! Bow! Panthers!
GERALD SHELTON KEITH BEIGGER GERALD CHINGREN JACK ETZEL
End Guard Guard Center
McNeil backs up the line.
Cleven knocks down blockersp Shelton tackles ball carrier.
DICK BRIGHI DALE BLACK DON SOTZEN MARVIN POPPEN
Back End Guard Back
ED McNEIL WALT ROBERTS GORDON ULRICH DALLAS SCHARFF
Captain, Back Manager Tackle Back
Poppin breaks away from Graceland
Scharff runs into wall of Mason Cily players.
LLOYD CLEVEN DON CHINGREN
Back Tackle Chingren Ohrows zpdy block.
.l. C. SQUAD-First Row, left to right: Gerald Chingren, Dick Brighi, Keith Biegger, Marvin Poppen, Jack Etzel, Lloyd Cleven,
Dallas Scharff. Second Row: Walt Roberts, Don Chingren, Ed McNeil, Gordon Ulrich, Dick Heller, Lloyd Black, Gerald Shelton,
Wilbur Diemel, Coach Goodman. Third Row: Assistant Coach Clemmenson, Devon Peterson, Gary Jordison, Lyle Homes, Don
Van Driest, Daryl Cottrell, Roy Karhula, Bill Heileman.
Panthers Had Successful Season with
The Panther gridmen galloped through a
fairly successful season with three wins and
three losses. Coach "Connie" Goodman's call
for football players was answered by twenty
two boys. Twelve boys had some experience
of some kind. Ten of the remaining boys
had never been out for football.
The Panthers opened the season with two
wins by stepping over Mason City 20-12 and
Estherville 19-7. Worthington then stopped
the winning streak by a 19-12 victory over
the Panthers. The Panthers then had a corne-
back of 59-0 victory over Eagle Grove.
The gridmen lost the next two games of the
season to Northwestern 13-26 and Graceland
The Panthers had a total of 129 points to
their opponents total of 90. Individual records
were as follows: Ed McNeil 42 points, Dick
Brighi 30 points, Keith Biegger 22 points, Dal-
las Scharff 18 points, Gerald Shelton 12 points,
Dale Black 6 points, Bill Heileman 6 points.
Connie with diagram and boys. Chingren, McNeil, Etzel, returning Iettermen,
. Mason City
Sotzen booting the piqskin.
Cleven comes in for the fall on Graceland ball carrier. Scharff through the line for a first down.
VARSITY BASKETBALL SQUAD-First Row, left to right: Howard O'Brien, Ed McNeil, Jack Etzel, Gary Cordes Dale Black Lloyd
Cleven, Keith Biegger. Second Row: Student Manager, Walt Roberts, Lyall Holmes, Darrell Cottrall, Jim McCormack Jerry Rabi
ner, Kenny Cervine, Charles Rabbitt.
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Panthers Second in State Tournament
The Fort Dodge Panthers, coached by Lisle
Townsend, had a very successful season. The
Jay'cees won 12 and lost 7, placing second for
runner-up in the State tournament which was
held in Eagle Grove.
The Panthers started the season off with a
win over Ellsworth 56 to 36. The Panthers then
played the powerhouse Northwestern and got
their first defeat 67 to 51. F.D.J.C. then came
back with five straight victories before getting
dropped by Mason City Junior College 79 to
64. Webster City then drubbed the Jay'cees
65 to 45. After winning and losing another to
Northwestern again, the Panthers started their
winning streak again.
The Panthers sailed through the tournament
with exciting victories over Emmetsburg,
Mason City, and Waldorf which sent them to
the finals to play Marshalltown. The Panthers
played a close-up game all the way with
Marshalltown leading by four points until the
last five minutes of the game. The Panthers
then tied the score and went ahead. The score
was tied five different times in the last three
remaining minutes. Marshalltown then tried
a sacrifice shot from the middle of the floor
with four seconds remaining and sunk the bas-
ket to win the game 75 to 73.
The Panthers had the total of 1288 points for
the season of 19 games. Jack Etzel was high
scorer for the season followed by Dale Black
and Lloyd Cleven.
Gary Cordes iumps to start state tournament McNeil goes in for a layup
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mas with Marshalltown.
Cloven tries a tipin against Northwestern.
Chambers rebounds against Webster City.
GARY CORDES JACK ETZEI. LLOYD CLEVEN
Center Forward Forward
Forward and Captain
VARSITY SQUAD-Front Row, left To right: Paul Larson, Dale Black, Lloyd Cleven, Jack Etzel, Lyall Holmes. Back Row, left
to right: Chuck Rabbitf, Kenny Cervine, Gary Cordes, Howie O'Brien, Harold Gallatin, Coach Clemmenson.
I952 Baseball Schedule
Eagle Grove . . . Fort Dodge
Grand View . . Grand View
Buena Vista "B" . . Fort Dodge
Esfherville . . Estherville
Dale Black, Calchsr, and
Gary Cordes, Pikhor.
A Capella . . . . 62
Accompanists ..... . 62
Administration ...... . 5
Badminton and Quoit Doubles . . . 116
Badminton and Quoit Singles . . . 117
Band ......... . 56
Band Council . . . 57
Baseball Lettermen . . . . 1 1 1
Baseball Pitchers . . . . . 110
Baseball Varsity Squad . . . 110
Basketball, Girls' Champs . . . . 117
Basketball Lettermen .... . . 100
Basketball Student Managers . . 99
Basketball Traveling Squad . . . 99
Baskeball Varsity Squad . . . . 100
Big Dodger Staff . . . 74
Cheerleaders . . . 54
Choir Officers . . . 62
Christmas Formal . . 88
Classes .... . 51
Croft, Beverly . . 38
Debate .... . 73
Dodger Calendar . . 37
Dodger Thespians . . . 68
Dodger Thespians Play . . 72
Erbe, Wesley . . . . 5
Feelhaver, Carl . . 5
F. F. A ..... . 73
Football, B-Squad . . 94
Football Coaches . . 92
Football, First Team . . 94
Football Lettermen . . 95
Football Varsity . . . 93
Foreword . . . . . 2
Girls' Athletics . . . . 114
Hangouts and Fads . . 86
Homecoming ...... . 82
Homecoming Queen .... . 80
Homecoming Queen Attendants . . 81
Hot Spots Around School . . . . 84
Hughes, Howard . . . . 6
Intramurals, Boys' . . . 113
Junior Class Officers . . 9
Junior Homerooms . . 40
Know Your Schools . . 69
Language Clubs . . . 78
Librarians, Choir . . 64
Little Dodger Staff . . 76
Maiorettes . . . . 61
Marching Band . . . 60
Marquist, Forrest . 5 . 6
One-Act Plays . . . 68
Orchestra . . . 58
Orchestra Council .
Pep Band . .
Pep Club . .
Rasmussen, Norm .
Robe Custodians . .
School Building ......
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Senior Graduates .....
Senior Hi-Lights . .
Senior Motto .
Senior Officers . .
Showshop Orchestra . .
Small Instrumental Groups .
Soc Hop ......
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Sophomore Homerooms .
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Tennis . .......
That Dodger Spirit .....
Track, Freshmen and Sophomore Squads .
Track, Junior and Senior Squads
Track Lettermen ......
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Training Choirs . . .
Volleyball, Girls .
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Administration and Faculty .
Campus Leaders .
College Campus . . .
Eligible Bachelor Party .
Graduating Sophomores .
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Panther Staff . . .
Queen and Attendants .
Queen's Formal . . .
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