Fort Madison High School - Madisonian Yearbook (Fort Madison, IA)

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Lora Hnizda, literary edi- Vicki Kokjohn, adv. mgr. You mean that's ALL you sold? freferring to over S1000 of advertising sold to help finance the year- -f , bookj ,, f cg ,, ,?'X.f Fran Becker, picture edi- tor to senior transfer, Phil Moller: If they'd all co- operate as well as you do . . . Qreferring to getting 130 odd seniors who have to be coaxed, pushed, and threatened into having pics taken for annual, Jane Lambert, business mgr., checking figures: Man, this's a wreck! WE THE STAFF INTRCDUCE THE . . 1959 W ckzionian x N X ,li tor, trying to identify some 450 underclass- men: You know any of these cats? Hansy Lawton, editor, to Dick Mitchell, sports edi- tor: That's real cool, man, real cool. Marilyn Stowe, typist: lt's not that lcan't spell, it's your sloppy copy. Roger Bartlett, student photographer: We'll just stand him up there with a big black see-gar and . . Bob Schroeder, managing editor: All right, but you just don't know-o-o-o what I gotta do-o-o-. . . Vicki Super, subscription mgr. putting up posters in a one-gal campaign to sell yearbooks: This oughta be good for a few. ' X 1 2 X 1 , 1 f f ' I l I 'I f I 1 :V 1 . 1' , I 1 f , f' 4iN 1 W ' ,f rom N MADISON .xdcfiuified P , , -ovpd X340 J 9: AFC-I I3 ' 'fix " fu 1-. ' -I-:G :A .,A j ' ,L I, .ig--'Z 25" xi Y fx A ' ,S' 153 .J ' A JE ff, f Q . x H ,Eg , Bill Schulte crowns Sharon Spiess Freshman Queen and Don Bever Freshman King. Gee, isn't stereophonic great? THE FRESHMEN'S DAY "Just think, it was my first high school dance," sighed Beverly Fisher. She was referring to the Freshman Dance, sponsored by the Senior Class, September 19, following the Regina High football game. Marsha Crockett, Barb Long, Frahces Doore, and Gary Butler agree that bonnets hinder concentration. Barb Peacock forces Tom Lightfoot to kneel. 3ill Pfaurz, who played the guitar and sang in the fresh- man assembly, seemed to be expressing the general opinion when he said, "The program was enjoyed by both the audience andthe performers." Bill Pfautz sings? ? ? li Y, X, jx P Nw" 7 I A J! xy, AV, 44 Babies of the freshman class---Sharon Spiess, Keith Miller, and Bernie Stephenson. 3-ab T I Bill Schulte, the senior class president, and Lydia Argento, our foreign ex- change student, give orders to John Phelan and Pearl Couchman. I . j v 5,2 The "Hep Hoopers are John Phelan, Jim Webb, Steve Cannaday, and Nancy Bangert. W ,A " 1 is . "' , , .J ,, A K Pd 4 , M A 5' QA kg? . N, 5 ,I J 5 01 94-fi ET! f'f5"ff' 1 5392- -,. in-H-r Aa 'vg- -.-gif-1 an ,A ' D' 1. P--4 ,- I 111, ll X - 1 f if 1- 'QW- vl I 1,5 fir 1 I ll' fall! H135 A jr' - 'SN' Y S xy' Homecomlng Queen, Carol Fisher and her escort Sam Polack "Q U E ENS Attendant. Judy Dorrell and her Attendant, Elaine St. Clair and escort Dick Mitchell. Q Y her escort Roger McCannon, Attendant, Carol Huffaker and E E Attendant, Vicki Super and her her escort Mike McCabe. escort Bob Schroeder. , e +213 s . n ' A I -,I HGME- CQMI G D Y Everyone enjoys the dance. Plasma says "No sweat ' Q20 0 thxrd quarterj 3 Kilts on parade. ,ma VICKI SUPER een s Attendant ELAINE ST CLAIR Queen s Attendant 'Q' 1 CA ROL HUFFA KER Queen's Attendant JUDY DORRELL Queen's Attendant Temper, temper! "Did you see that spot on the floor?" asked Terry Jo Peck, excitedly. "During the fight scene in the third act between Gary Blaine QRoger Craigj and Roland Graves QTom Smallwoodj, Gary lost a heel from one of his shoes . , . He's a madman! He's cute. . . , As each can member appeared on mage and noticed the heel, he glaneed furrively down to see if either of his own was missing. The mere sight of it drew Snickers on stage and asronibhmenr from the balcony " L. TO R.: Nan Lane, Sharon Tincher, Joan Muerhoff, Sally Morton, Sharon Philpott, Gary St. Clair, Mike Boyer, Sam Pollack fstudent directory and Bob Johnson. "PAUL PLIT THE ATOM" Uncle Bob Fahey, Director of Dramatics. "Bad actor be- hind bars." THE ROYAL COURT: L. to R.: T. Shoop, K. Kutscher, N. Grosskemper, B. Richards, B. Schroeder, W. Huett St. P TRlCK'S DANC The Prince and Princess. 5 The King and Queen enjoy a dance. 15 PHASIS N SCIENC Chemistry division of the Science Club 5 ,. gzz riff EXW, i. ' 4 , , it ,. A sry 'itz' l v Y '-' wif , 'Ur ' - '7 "ffdft.T'Q"f"',g ,-ig, .gt-,M 4 ,tp I tpf,-,a, ,p, --ji , fl ?l' , n ' A, , f ' ,f Qt e 'MP-li V, -. "V ' Radio division of the Science Club Photography division of the Science Club Mr. Langford demonstrates the solar batteries of the Bell Tele- phone model, Vanguard, to Leah. Astronomy division of the Science Club Leroy tries his hand with a blow Rabbit tries his hand at the new pipe. developer. ' ,.-rd 4 .41 I as-r' L X , - FOREI6 EXCHA GE .. TEACHER M Mrs. Samiha E1-Ziadi meets Mr. and Mrs. Johnston Mrs. Samiha E1-Ziadi came to Fort Madison from Alexandria, Egypt. She was sent as an exchange teacher tostudyatypicalschool in the U, S. school system. Her days were spent in giving speeches, visiting classes, and writing materials. The time she spent with us, although too short was fun and educational to her and F.M.H.S. A fitting reminder of Fort Madison Visitor from Egypt speaks in Mrs. Everingham's English Mrs. E1-Ziadi studies the U.S. school system E CAROL COMES HQME The tension mounts . . . Strike up the band Tears of joy E 45' .2 We've got so much to talk about . . It's so good to see you. . . Dad... Carol IS home from Germany . . . pleasurable pastime . . . A worm at a tea??? ' 4 .Rf rg X-ff Not too full . . . LIBR RY TE 18 I s', , , 9. its . 'Q'QQ:" 1 Q Experience . . . J The man behind the scenes, Bob Britton College day at F.M.H.S. Qx Selling World's Finest Chocolate for Foreign Exchange Student R McCannon and February I 4th B Schroeder and E StC1a1r K Kutschcr 5 4 1- Q if I if H Clark an L Hnlzda H Lawton and J Lambert i,l- V t JH!! M. McCabe and L. Swenson and A X 'Ulf ,', ' 1. V , L. Argento F L. Dawson J v J .Q Sir in. Q, H Melhorn an K Mekemson B Russell and C Dorrell 1 Lydia's Fort Madison family Argentina's tennis queens I LYDIA ARGENTO EXCHA GE if F.M.H.S. girls celebrate Lydia's birthday J-JACS Achievers: R. Armbruster, W. Barr, C. Fraise, P. Harrington, L. Hnizda, R. Mitchell, Nelson, K. Phelan, C. Riley, B. Rokosz, N. Ryun, M. Stowe, M. Susich, K. Tompkins. J. lst Half Officers Pres. D. Mitchell V. P. R. Armbruster Secy. C. Fraise Treas. L. Hnizda 2nd Half Officers Pres. D. Mitchell V. P. R. Armbruster Secy. C. Fraise Treas. L. Hnizda Sponsored by: E. I. DuPONT de NEMOURS CO. PEN-CO B. Boyer, R. Craig D Heitz, C. Helling, M Horan, M Korschgen, Kutscher, B. Le mberger, D. Michael, J. Moyer, Achievers: , . . ' K M K. Powell, V. Super, Weaver, C. Winke. lst Half Officers Pres. V. Super V. P. C. Helling Secy. C. Winke Treas. D. Heitz 2nd Half Officers Pres. R. Craig V. P. C. Winke Secy. B. Boyer Treas. D. Heitl Sponsored by: BUSINESS AND PROFESSIONAL WOMEN'S CLUB ,fn N N Sponsored by: JUNIOR CHAMBER OF COMMERCE HEP-HELPERS S. Bonham, R. Brown, D. Everingham, M. Finley, D. George, E. Harper, M. Horn, K. MeKemson, H. Neyens, V. Rice, J. Rox- lau, D. Schneider, J. Skinner, J. Stemple, P. Stiefel. JU IOR lst Half Officers Pres. S. Bonham V. P. J. Skinner Secy. K. MeKemson Treas. H. Neyens 2nd Half Officers Pres. J. Skinner V. P. S. Bonham Secy. K. MeKemson Treas. H. Neyens Sponsored by: W. A. SHEAFFER PEN CO. LE-AN-ETTS L. Argento, D. Cullen, L. Dawson, M. Druppel, C. Fortune, J. Hoenig, J. Hoenig, C. Huffaker, J. Jones, V. Kokjohn, K. Linenbrink, S. Mead, J. Mincer, M. Montgomery, E. St. Clair, M. Sallee, C. Vonderhaar, J. Weiser. lst Half Officers Pres. C. Vonderhaar V. P. J. Mincer Secy. J. Jones Treas. J. Hoenig 2nd Half Officers Pres. V. Kokjohn V. P. E. St. Clair Secy. D. Cullen Treas. J. Hoenig Sponsored by: F. w. wooLwoRTH co. ACHIE WASP-CO L. Azinger, F. Becker, G. Benjamin, C. Bergthold, W. Brockman, J. Cooper, B. Crosley, P. Crow, M. Kracaw, T. Mertens, S. Montgomery, T. Peck, T Smallwood, R. Thomas, D. Valentine EME T lst Half Officers Pres. L. Azinger V. P. F. Becker Secy. S. Montgomery Treas. P. Crow 2nd Half Officers Pres. L. Azinger V. P. T. Smallwood Secy. F. Becker Treas. P. Crow Sponsored by: CRANDON PAPER MILLS RECO L. Bemzinger, K. Black, L. Branch, C. Fisher, D. Johnson, S. Lemmon, R. McCannon, B. Muerhoff, W. Nuebel, L. Rokosz, T. Porrez, D. Schneider, E. Wilmesmeier, B. Zahn. lst Half Officers Pres. C. Fisher V. P. B. Muerhoff Secy. L. Bentzinger Treas. D. Schneider 2nd Half Officers Pres. C. Fisher V. P. B. Muerhoff Secy. L. Bentzinger Treas. D. Schneider FRAME UPS N. Adkins, T. Borgman, D. Brockman, D. Emmett, K. Fish, R. Goosey, J. Hel- ling, B. Henning, E. Hil- pert, D. Kelsner, R. Lud- den, T. Martin, C. Max- well, D. Michael, L. Niggemeyer, P. Patterson J. Perry, L. Swenson, S. Taapken, V. Yamell. lst Half Officers Pres. L. Swenson V. P. B. Russell Secy. E. Hilpert Treas. T. Martin 2nd Half Officers Pres. J. Helling V. P. R. Ludden Secy. E. Hilpert Treas. D. Michael UN Sponsored by: W. A. Sl-IEAFFER PEN CO. CRANCO C. Bunn, M. Burwinkel, D. Cuthbert, M. Dunn, T. Ellis, C. Eschmann, B. Green, P. Haggard, D. l-latala, R. Kirchner, K. Kramer, C. Marsh, J. Thoman lst Half Officers Pres. D. Cuthbert V. P. M. Burwinkel Secy. C. Marsh Treas. B. Green 2nd Half Officers Pres. D. Cuthbert V. P. M. Dunn Secy. C. Marsh Treas. D. Hatala Sponsored by: CHAIVTBER OF COMMERCE RETAIL COMMITTEF UUUIU -al Y 'L ,X 1, I I 1 1 7 ! . ' f' I I ' 1 rganizafiona - 1 Vik 53 f . fy hour SENIORS Bill Shulte Hans Lawton Judy Dorrell Carol Fisher Sam Pollack Phil Tucker TU DE T CGUNCIL Vice President Bob Schroeder JUNIORS Ed Marsh Jim Kimball Jeanne Kiel Tom Smallwood Wilbur Huett The Executive Council: L. to R.: D. Fehseke, J. Schroeder, B. Schroeder, P. Cannaday, B. Shulte, and E. Marsh. SOPHOMORES John Schroeder Jon McGuire John Frey David Kutscher FRESHMEN Dick Fehseke Tom Derrick Judy Cuthbert Patty James Bob Schroeder, Student Council Vice President, remarkes that the Student Coun- cil has promoted better relationships be- tween the students of our school and other schools in many ways. "Three Commit- tees carried on most of the work this year, These committees were the spirit commit- tee, social committee, and service and assembly committees. I really think that no one can deny that the work of these committees has been effective. Council Corner is a good example." "'Let each become all that he was created C' capable of being" is the byword ofthe Na- tional Honor Society,' believes Carol Fis- her. "The Society gives recognition to the student for honor he has earned. lt com- mends the scholarship, leadership, service, and character of each member. To me the honor of belonging has been great," Pres. B. Schulte, Sec-Treas. V. Kokjolm V. P. D. Mitchell NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY flst ROW--L. to RJ L. Bentzinger, P. Berstler, J. Kiel, P. Patterson, W. Ort, J. Weiser, B. Zahn, C. Fisher--2nd ROW--M. Kimball, B. Muerhoff, L. I-lnizda, B. Lemberger, V. Kokjohn, K. Kutscher, C. Huffaker, J. Cooper, J. Lambert, F. Becker, C. Rashid--3rd ROW--A. Calvert, B. Schulte, H. Lawton, B. Schroeder, D. Calhoun, J. Kim- ball, D. Mitchell, C. Bartlett, D. Cuthbert, P. Cannaday, S. Polack, J. Dorrell, V. Super f CITIZEN OF THE MONTH President Bill Shulte Vice President Bob Schroeder SENIORS IUNIORS SOPHOMORES Bill Shulte Vicki Super Gary Vx eddington Carol Fisher Hans Lawton Fran Becker Barb Muerhoff Jerry Kamp Sam Pollack Jane Lambert Bob Schroeder Judy Dorrell Phil Cannaday Lydia Argento Carol Huffaker Phil Tucker Mr Van Tuyl, F. Becker, and B. Schulte A F S. funds. Ed Marsh Debbie Everingliam Doug Cuthbert Bonnie Zahn Tom Smallwood Susan Schroeder Pat Crow Roger Craig Pat Berstler Jim Kimball Jeanne Kiel total Nan Lane Cean Wilson Brad Weidmann Terry Noonan Kelly McCabe John Frey LUB FRESHMEN Judy Cuthbert John Pheland Cean Wilson really liked having Lena Legiman and Lydia Argento, foreign exchange students, made honorary members of the Citizen of the Month Club "We felt that their character traits were of excep- tionally high merit since they were chosen by the American Field Service. By belonging we have become better acquainted with both and they have learned more about F,M,H,S, activities. The club raises the funds for a foreign exchange student and to send someone abroad. I sincerely believe that this exchange program is a big step in tying Ft. Madison to the rest of the world." Phil Cannaday says, "Letterman's Club is outstand- ing among the boys' activities. Last year, the club sponsored a basketball game between our faculty and a championship girls' basketball team from Texas. The girls won the game but the faculty went down in glorious defeat. It is activities such as this, sponsoring dances, and having concessions at . g 1 ffm games that earns the club's money. We usually spend the money for athletic equipment used at the field house." Bill Schulte, pres., Jerry Kamp, v. pres., Cary Weddington, sec., Phil Cannaday, treas. LETTERMAN'S CLUB Qlst ROW, Top, L. to R., Mr. Patterson, Mr. Reid, Mr. Peters, Mr. Youel, G. Weddington, B. Klein, J. Frey, M Dunn, E. Marsh, R. Carr, D. Mitchell, D. Funkhouser, D. Johnson, R. McCannon, M. Horn--2nd ROW--B. Sch roeder, J. Kimball, R. Armbrewster, T. Smallwood, J.Young, D. Hatala, J. Linch--THIRD ROW--J. Kamp, B. Schulte, V. Bates, D. Finley, K. Hart, E. Harper, M. Korschgen, T. Noonan, R. Craig, D. Lane--FRONT ROW-- L. Gustin, H. Melhom, G. Lewis, J. Moyer, G. Bartlett, P. Cannaday, S. Polack 'El ., '5 Lb ., ,Mg X. O Q 4? i..a........ fist ROW--L. to R., L. l-Inizda, V. Kokjohn, S. Polack, C. Fisher, V. Super--2nd ROW--S. Montgomery, F. Becker, T. Mertens, C. Dorrell, P. Patterson, J. Skinner, P. Bellew, S. Schroeder, T. Peck, B. Zahn--3rd ROW-- T. Rashid, B. Britton, J. Kimball, B. Schroeder, G. Lewis, E. Marsh, R. Craig THESPIANS "It was like this--" says Sammy "Thespians are nothing but hams," states Lofa Hnizda. "Why one meeting, this group of dramatic and speech enthusiasts spent almost the entire time in seeing who could out joke the other." Some sem- blance of order was kept by Sam Polack and Mr, Fahey. The meeting was called to discuss projects for the coming year. All sorts of wild ideas for dances were pre- sented but finally, after all the confusion, effusion and hysteria, the Thespians de- cided to have a red sweater dance. S 1 S .Q I "o'l'n V AA -ok 0 i f ' ?'N"':':': flst ROW--L. to RJ C. Fisher, K. Kutscher, B. Muerhoff, T. Peck--2nd ROW--L. Bentzinger, P. Berstler, K. Mekemson, C. Dorrell, J. Newlon--3rd ROW--P. Cannady, S. Polack. Speec Vicki Super says, "A typical Thespian trip was the one to Muscatine. Eleven from F.M.H.S. entered and three received Division I ratings. After a tiring day of worry, but fun, we fought our way home through the snow with the aid of President Sam Polack's jokes. His "a little bit of humor thar" managed to keep up our spirits. I think the 58-59 year has been terrific for the Thespiansf' 33 flst ROW--L. to RJ V. Super, J. Dorrell, T Mertens, J. Thoman--2nd ROW--M McCabe B. Crosley, P. Moeller, J. Lambert Karen Kutscher--"Three cheers for Shake spear-e." flst ROW--L. to RJ L. Kirchner, C. Feiertag, M. Kimball, P. Crow, W. Ort, S. Cowles, S. Mead--2nd ROW--S. Reeder, K. Reeder, N. Mead, B. Wolfe, P. James, J. Copeland, K. Horr, T. Stansberry, S. Vikturek--3rd ROW--C. Glassford, J. Schuelka, C. Morris, K. Clark, N. Bangert, L. Griswald, M. Troja, V. Lackey, B. Fisher--4th ROW--K. Marsh, C. Olson, S. An Long, T. Alton, D. Emmett G. A. A. "I think the highlight of G.A.A. activities is Play Day." says Marcia Kimball. "Play Days are sponsored by G.R.A. groups in our area and provide a day of fun and new friendships for everyone. The primary purpose of Play Days is to acquaint the girls with rules and skills involved in many different sports, stressing gracefulness, co- ordination, and sportsmanship. Sports which are usually included are bowling, swimming, basketball, volleyball, bad- minton, and trampoline. Every girl is as- signed to a team and participates with her team in each of these spom. After every team has competed in each sport, awards are given to members of the winning teams and the outstanding player from each team is selected. Members of G.A.A. who participate always bring home new ideas, songs, and memories." derson, J. Reid, B. Ahlstrand, B. 3-1- "Have you made your bookworm, when can the next committee meeting be planned, and have you arranged for the equipment?" asked B. J. Lemberger. "These were the ques- tions I asked most fre quently during the day QSEATED, L. to R., B. Lemberger, S. gomery, S. Harold, J. Mahoney--STAND- ING--M. Tweedy, A. Rippenkroeger, V. Albers, L. Ross, P. Moeller, P. Curtis, J. ,ii prior to the Faculty Tea, The work and worry to make it a suc- cess seemed forgotten as I sat at the table munching leftover cookies. Devouring those cookies was our main task after the teachers 1eft." Bethurem, R. Clark, B. Holvoet, C. Pol- peter, S. Storms, N. Grossenkemper, J. Moncrief fL. TO RJ L. Allen, C. Wyrick, S. Davolt, S. Nickols, L. Hansen, M. James J Wilson, B. Noon, S. Noon. 3 5 USHERS Lois Hansen remembers most the picnic that almost wasn't. "It was a sunny, Mon day afternoon and as our meeting was drawing to a close, someone suggested a picnic. The idea was great. Our joy was short lived. A few minutes later, we met our first block--no treasury funds. The solution .was found. We all packed a pic- nic lunch at home. At Rodeo Park, we hiked,p1ayed games, and ate. I know a good time when I've had one." ii .if ,' X X 1 Sv 5 is' 11 K Q x 6 ' . . Y W 'fi ' ., i ,, , ,VV3,,iEi,Qgl'h! .H , 'NJ 'Q 'f Q Q 9 E '.'?Es,ifa: 5 ' 1 ' E," 1 " 1 7 9 Lisa, Sigh Sa 1 .1 , u qk 5 1 m-':im Q31 '75, 'vi' 3... 4' 3 5 N IU 5 D3 'J is 3 Q f O 6 ' 3 - 1 V 1 Y. .sg f 4 l ! Q I' .. 3 Q T X ,1 Auf' if 1' 5 l . X r li - 1 9 f X , Q tzlx W 'gunz 'fzinff 1 'I Mi 3 Fl UW '. - . rl 1- I P- X! 1- and - nmfr: x 1:41 " 'V Ln' nur mllvuvil ,'vppQw1,Q " t 'Daiwa 3 ', Q. Y Xu? - 22 3? 5' Kiki Il ll Left to Right, STANDING: K. Brown, M. Troja, V. Lakey, S. Meade, J. Hoyer, S. Cowles, W. Ort, C. Straub, P Berstler K. Fish, N. Rice, K. Mekemson, C. Huffaker, V. Super, S.'Nicho1s, M. Hom, N. Smutzer, S. Montgomery, J Mon crief, L. Ross, J. Brown. SITTING: B. Lemburger, E. Faeth, K. Kutscher, C. Colvin, L. Boe, P. Bellew, K. Francrs Pres.--F. Becker, V. Pres.--J. Kiel, Treas.--C. Bunn, C. Feiertag, N. Hilleary, L. Dawson, C. Mazwell, B Muer hoff, Chap.--P. Crow. "The initiation service was impressive," exclaimed Barb Muerhoff. "A candlelit table stood in the center of the gym with the F.H.A. emblem behind it. To the left of the table stood eight guides dressed in bright colored formals, who stated the pur- pose ofthe organization. Fran Becker, president, addressed the group. The service ended when each guide brought future homemakers to the table where they were presented with the red and black badges of the organization." F. H. A. a. 3 5 nf- -f 331 . I . If M At, 'I f' .V K X A 'B 1- 5' V: 1 I If . i, N11 r :B Jeanne and Fran inspect the silver 9'-Q-7? f I 1 I I uaic v 1 I .. , 11, L., .5 - .M . V 'ig' ,.iZiz.+- ix ! I , , J' ,., W J, tg-ln .JV A V 'IQ' Lf' , J. lui, viz 1 Left to Right--flst ROWJ L. Argento, M. McCabe, C. Rashid--f2nd ROWj M. Cilland, K. Kutscher, C. Marsh, C. Bergthold, F. Becker, D. Cullen--Q3rd ROW, J. Nelson, L. Cramer, B. Guzman, J. Pfautz, E. St. Clair, L. Bent- zinger, B. Crosley, L. Fehseke, J. Lambert--Q4th ROWQ R. Craig, T. Ellis, D. Watts, R. Brown, V. Super, L. Neal, M. Sheets, N. Werner, V. Wright, L. Andrews--f5th ROWj J. Cossell, S. Lemmon, C. Wyrick, J. Jones, J. Tho- man, T. Mertens, C. Fisher, L. Boe, E. Marsh, L. Burwinkel, R. Ballard--f6th ROWj P. Stiefel, C. Nelson, B. Muerhoff, K. Mekemson, L. Dawson, C. Huffaker, V. Kokjohn, N. Hoenig, C. VanAuken, S. Bonham, J. Rohmer, J Frey--17th ROWj T. Lassman, F. Boone, H. Clark, B. Briton, G. Benjamin, J. Linch, V. Bates, R. Wollom, P. Moeller, D. Calhoun, H. Neyens, G. Berthurem, D. Lane SENIOR C CIR F 5 -1 Our favorite music maker, Miss Costello Left to Right-- FRONT to J. Kie1,C.Maxwel1, Peck, S. Montgomery, K. Greenlee, C. Straub, T. Alvarez S. Nickols, M. Greenlee, S. Wilson, C. Bonham, S. Storms, E. Faeth, M. Susich, S. Cowles, J. Barnes, V. Rice, A. Dodson, J. Morrett, W. Carter, L. Ireland, L. Anderson, M. Freeman, P. Bellew, P. Berstler, J. Hull, J. Hoyer, D. Everingham, N. Narigon, B. Davidson, D. Merschbrock, K. Smith, E. Schmidt, W. Ort, J. Teel, D. Schneider, S. Webb, D. Burkholder, K. Fish, B. Zahn, P. Patterson, B. Boyer, M. Kimball, M. Bray, P. Curtis, S. Notingham, C. Colvin, J. Skinner, C. Feiertag, S. Ahlstrand, S. Taapkin, K. Francis TREBLE CHOIR Double Mixed Quartet--Left to Right--fist ROWJ Jane Lambert Linda Fehseke, Joelean Rohmer, Bonnie Zahn. Q2nd ROWQ Jerry Berthrem, Roger Craig, Eddie Marsh, Don Calhoun 33 ill H -zu zu BACK--J. Weiser, K. Fickel, D. Michael, T. 49 SENIOR SEXTET FIRST ROW, Left to Right: Linda Boe, Karen Kutscher, Mary Sheets. SECOND ROW: Sharon Bonham, Barbara Muer- hoff, Carol Rashid. 'F ll LISIC SM LL GROUPS ALL STATE QUARTETS FIRST ROW, Left to Right: Linda Neal, Judy Pfautz. SECOND ROW: Jane Lambert, Carol Van Auken, Linda Fehseke, Bonnie Zahn, Joe- lean Rohmer. THIRD ROW: Gerald Bethurem, Harold Clark, Roger Craig, Ed Marsh, Don Calhoun, Jim Kimball, Ronald Wollam. C7 MADRIGAL FIRST ROW, Left to Right: Linda Neal Judy Pfautz. SECOND ROW: Jane Lambert, Carol Van Auken, Linda Fehseke, Joelean Rohmer, Ronald Wollam. THIRD ROW: Gerald Bethu- rem, Harold Clark, Roger Craig, Ed Marsh, Jim Kimball. ff- MIXED JUNIOR QUARTET LEFT TO RIGHT: Eddie Marsh, Linda Neil, Judy Pfautz, JUNIOR TRIO Linda Neil Marcia Kimball Judy Pfautz Jim Kimball JUNIOR SEXTET Q . I LEFT TO RIGI-IT: 'Ui 5' Linda Neal "N I2 L I ffilx 'A I Jeanne Keil ' s- If Linda Fehseke I f iv' Sherrie Taapken I - Bonnie Zaughn . I Debbie Everingham SENIOR TRIO LEFT TO RIGHT: Karen Kutscher Kay Lynn Mekemson Carol Fisher ,A .v f"e I -Q, I fri I X fl I 1 f IT rl ff 5211. if.,-',.m' td: I K Q ,z X.. l si A 5, , , Y. W - z 7 X' ,A Q ,f N' lf yn L . N1 ' 2 sv' fi 1 , fy ,W X x -J K 'og , J X, 1 xl , Xf I Q, 17 5 my WB 5523- ww.,- " . L ww 76. L F , ,,.,.f,. ,,. ' ..xIQ"?Q- - ,x',',' 'wi' ...H.T3J.4. .,k,w, ,nn-. NX. ., QI- -...Q 1 if 3 6 V v f. g f K V37 gf, V. K Ze W ' , , V . 3, , ,M ,H ,...L,:. N ' 4441 M321 nam ml n .-f,. ., YA :. 4-nur. .,.... ' A 1-Yum.. A f. .., - ' nm! " Mun. w f ywnt. 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' X W5 Y Q f ,N S at I al' . h W 5 6 i 3 1 03 ,5 , ,Y N J W ,Am 'Wrang- TWIRLING TRIO-- lst Division TWIRLING DUET-- 2nd Division Y' A 'Tis f .4- x 4 9 I '-an C Carol I-Iuffaker Pat Crow Terry JO Peck Sharon Tincher Darla Qualls SOLOISTS--Carol I-Iuffaker--lst Pat Crow--lst Terry Jo Peck--2nd TWIR LERS LEFT TO RIGHT: Terry Jo Peck Pat Crow Susan Cowles Elaine I-Iilpert Darla Qualls Sharon Tincher THE BAND MARCHES IN Tl-IE RODEO PARADE M .QSM ' 1 Q xg? A gf Sli, 5: sua, X .gi 'W EQVB' :kai A W "' P I fb , . L .- V .. . , 1 if ff 112, L H E V V 1- ygxwgf Vs u ls ,A J, v Z5 S, Ep mx? 3 if 9 .QSQFQBQ X V 4.x A X Vx , ' 3, 4 5: -Cn. -1.1 ' f 5 N s tw 40' 1 mi? 5 aw' Wx u ' W . 3' if R ' IEE V? F ? g gi 6 , Q ug V I 'X, if-4.4 Q.: fre? X J f 4 5 f sg? me Y ' ' J ,gi , U ."' N ' .' gf f iff' 1 is 1- il, K 9 H 4 wi. J, , I V iw XE as, gm .um . , Y if sf 1 H? QA' 'fo' fy V1 ' ', Y. 7 ' I-5'h.1'2-4. 'wx:",3"1.'f.h,-5 v . lrff' 'www 'K '.' mf, 56 L A, Q fi?-,p.f."'Qig-' Q ', ' J". - 1 ' .,a 4',.A ,fn,. 1,55 . .xdfkfefifa J life-5 QFRONT TO BACKJ J. Dorre11,K. Black, S. Schroeder, B. Zahn. QL. TO R.j B. Muerhoff, and C. Fisher. Sophomore Cheerleaders F QBACK ROWQ S. Carr, K. Lowenberg, S. Mapes, QFRONT ROWJ S. Reeder, M. Mead, K. Reeder. Varsity Cheerleaders CHEERLE DERS 5 lr X 49-A 1 ' LA- W , P QLEFT TO RIGHTj S. Morton, S. Philpott, K. McCabe, J. Muerhoff, S. Tincher, S. Buckley. Freshman Cheerleaders 52 Q , C Coach Peters, T. Noonan, R. Carr, W. Barr, B. Klein, J, Moyer, G, Weddington, R. McCannon, J. Perry, Coach Youel. THIRD ROW: J. Young, R. Armbruster, J B. Schroeder, J. Kamp, D. Johnson, Coach Jerome. SECOND ROW: L. Schumaker, G. Martinez, J. Frey, R. Kirchner, D. Lane M. Horan, K. Hart, G. Lewis, L. Gustin, F. Schrader. FIRST ROW: M. McCabe, V. Leach, B. Brannon, D. Funkhouser, L. Andrews. VARSITY SQUAD 9 Jerry Kamp ii. I 4 Ronnie Carr E- Phil Cannaday Gary Weddington Sv OUR COACHING STAFF QL. to RJ: Bob Hummell, John fPetej Peters, Jim Youel, Bill Jerome, E. A. fPatj Patterson Roger McCannon Hank Melhorn Glen Lewis David Johnson VARSITY S UAD BACK ROW L. to R., Roberts, V. Bates, H. Melhorn, J. Kimball, Wright, B. Schulte, S. Polack, R. Craig, D. Sc ared? SEA SON SUMM ARY Another football season has been written into the annals at F.M.H.S. Although there have been a few heartbreaking defeats, it has been basically one ofsuccess. Here are a few individual comments about the season: Hank Melhorn--"I think the highlight of the season for me came when we were down at Centerville by a score of 20-7 and came back to win by a score of 25 -20." Jerry Kamp--"We had a pretty successful season even though we had quite a bit of undeveloped potential. If the Pekin and Fairfield games had been Played later in the season, I think we would have beaten Fairfield and made it tougher for Pekin." Gary Weddington--"I have enjoyed playing for F.M,H.S, this last year. I think the boys worked hard and deserved every victory. Ihope that next year they will have as good a season as we had this year." THE RECORD AT A GLANCE F,M.H.S. O ............. Pekin 26 F.M.H.S. 0 . . . . .Fairfield 13 F.M.H.S. 37 . , . Bloomfield O F.M.H.S. 20 . . . . Washington T F.M.H.S. 25 . . . . . Centerville 20 F.M.H.S. 14. . . ,Monmouth O F.M.H.S. O . . . . Mount Pleasant 30 F.M.H.S. 26 . . . . Quincy fNotre Damej O Roger Craig Bryan Klein John Frey Larry Gustin Sam Polack Dave Funkhouser Bill Schulte Mick Horan Bob Schroeder Kenny Hart John Young Q5 ,S ,SZ I 0:52199 -... 4 fL.TOR.j Mr. Jerome, R. Craig, J. Moyer, R. Bartlett, T. Smallwood, B. Simmons, V. Bates, E. Marsh, R. Van Pelt, M. Dunn, J. Kimball, E. Harper, D. Harper, D. Perry, Mr. Reid Varsity Record at a Glance Game F .M . Opponent Notre Dame QBur.j 56 72 Fairfield 56 79 Aquinas 70 57 Notre Dame fBur.j 51 59 Bloomfield 60 41 Washington 56 61 Burlington 71 68 Carthage 81 64 Centerville 48 57 Aquinas 65 46 Mt. Pleasant 54 64 Monmouth 50 82 Fairfield 49 43 Centerville 39 46 Bloomfield 62 40 Burlington 52 55 Washington 53 60 Monmouth 67 68 Mt. Pleasant 47 59 Torn Smallwood Jim Ki ng.. Mr. Jerome, Mr. Reid, and Mr. Hurnmell . V. Season Record Notre Dam Notre Dam Burlington Carthage Aquinas e fBur.j e fBur.j Game F.M. Opponent 41 39 42 48 32 -15 59 49 49 38 Earnest Harper David Hatala mball TY flst ROW--L. to RJ B. Matthews, B. Johnson, V. Wright, D. Kut- scher, M. Hellenthal, B. Brannon, B. Wiedmann, J. Sears, B. Roberts, M. Wilkerson, Mr. Jerome--2nd ROW--D. Leach, L. Coppage, B. Van Ausdall, T. Noonan, B. Patrigo, B. Boomer, D. Brown, J. Sch- roeder, D . Lane FROSH Soph Record C6- Game Monmouth Mt. Pleasant Fairfield Aquinas Bloomfield Washington Centerville Aquinas Mt. Pleasant Monmouth Fairfield Centerville Bloomfield Washington F.M. Opponent 60 52 43 48 53 55 52 36 41 35 50 52 31 28 38 39 44 46 55 56 47 58 59 36 48 45 55 67 SOPH flst ROW--L. to RJ D. Bever, K. Miller, J. Niggemever, G. Coppage 8, J. Phelan--2nd ROW--A. Waggoner, J. Stevens, D. Fehseke, R. Bart lett, I.. Schoene, J. Sandrock, B. Stephenson, D. Thompson, Mr. Hum mell Frosh Record C7-SD Game Keokuk Aquinas Oak Street Horace Mann Mt, Pleasant Aquinas Mt, Pleasant Keokuk Horace Mann Oak Street F.M. Opponent 36 32 55 34 33 31 38 41 44 38 44 31 60 38 39 50 53 48 28 42 The flowers that bloom in the spring, t 1 " f w it up, Kork Is It m orb1t" Nlce shot, Jerry C3.I1'I reach it, Bob? X! Linz, ' i Left to Right flst ROWQ J Kimball J Frey R Hoskins H. Pendergraft, F. Lawrence, R. Kirchner--12nd ROWJ L Andrews B Gulhck J Kamp T Smallwood D Watts D. Calhoun, B. Schulte--f3rd ROWQ M. Wilkerson, R Craig E Marsh D Lane. J Moyer B Pd.tY1gO,D Hatala T Noonan, F. Sanchez, M. He1lentha1,V. Wright, Coach ASEB LL In Southeast Six Conference play this season, Fort Madison came out with a tie for second with Bloomfield. Centerville came out on top with a 5-2 record against a 4-33 record for the second place teams. Mount Pleasant shared the cellar with Fairfield, having a l-4 tally. Washington did not participate in the league play. ,E -'-4 1 ' Q In the cool, cool. cool of the bathtub. S MER SHOTS S! 'x :fb i U ' in Q is 5f:""'g Lv D 1 ' Q' 14 J 4' Look, maw Mick and auto T. Noonan tips tube 1 X 2 K k i eniorri I SENIORS CLASS OFFICERS--QL. to RJ: President, Bill Schulte, Vice President, Hanson Lawton, Secretary treasurer, Jane Lambert, Student Council Representatives, Phil Tucker, Carole Fisher, Judy Dorrell, Sam Polack. DU' 'ef ffm U 5, ,W "J "?5f'f'Q ,T I . A 'ww ' , Qi N' ' X ., 7. 1 ' 'flf K ' HQ , fwza'-xu leivgfilffj :nrfgwyff . 415'-wg, ' , 5-EEELSY'-1., W w . , ,L ,, f . Q V N ,1 QQ, " 321422, -jg nn , ' ,r-5. f ' .jf Qfffgffi 31' 1 an 1-A5 gs Q 4521 . 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IQH L ,f 4 N Sam Polack Mike Daugherty Dorothy Tripp Third Graders uv" Mn 6!eI'Cfa55l'i'l en President: Eddie Marsh Vice-President: Jim Kimball Secretary-Tre asurer John Perry Student Council Representatives QI.. TO RJ Tom Smallwood Jeannie Kiel Wilbur Huett Patty Adkins Sharon Ahlstrand Theresa Alvarez Raymond Andrews Ronnie Armbruster Linda Bailey Ronald Ballard Janet Barnes Walter Barr Roger Bartlett Patricia Bellew Gary Benjamin Ted Berry Patty Berstler Gerald Bethurem Karen Black Francis Boone Connie Bonham Barbara Boyer Les Branch Miranda Bray Wayne Brennan Judy Brown Ramon Brown Sharon Brown Dennis Buckley Chari Bunn Dorothy Burliholder Leroy Burwinkel Lois Calvert Wendola Carter Carolyn Colvin Larry Congdon Jack Cossell Susan Cowles Roger Craig Les Cramer Charles Crockett Patty Crow Roger Cummings Penny Curtis Douglas Cuthbert Barbara Davidson Alberta Dodson Mike Dunn Darryl Eid Terry Ellis Dorothy Emmett Sherry Engstrom Debbie Everingham David Faeth Eleanor Faeth Linda Fehseke Carol Feiertag Karon Fickel Kay Fish Kay Francis Margaret Freeman Frances Freitag Dick Genck Dennis George Becky Gerdes Bob Gerdes John Geyer Bob Gilland Russell Goosey Laurel Grosenkemper Kathleen Greenlee Maureen Greenlee Bob Guzman Dalbert Habig Phil Haggard Lucille Hanson Ernest Harper Kenny Hart David I-Iatala Bill Henning Norma I-lilleary Elaine Hilpert Judy Hoyer Wilbur Huett Judy Hull Linda Ireland Ronnie James .-Q, 'Eff Z ,, K 'fx 4.1 il'-' 7 Uv- 7 SM, -1 , Q . lx ,-. 7? , fa, . 5.211 - , I' 'fb 41,1 H Q e "' L 'w , 'fs' X -' Y fm I A 1 -325 xv 'c'S wi LQ 0' 1 sa Sf 1 , 'I 53" V3 A X 'P .QA - 1 AA A .ful , ' 9 1 'fa if 5 if --nn-.. N.. 5. -F" :L 'L Z vu. Pete Karczmarczyk Jeanne Kiel Jim Kimball f " Marcia Kimball Ronald Kirchner Bryan Klein Charles Knoch Vicki Lakey Terry Lassman Sidney Lemmon Sharon Lile John Linch Carolyn Lorton Judy Mahoney Darwin Maring Margaret Marlettc Eddie Marsh Carol Maxwell Jim McKeon Sharon Mead Sally Mendez Karlene Mercer Dolores Merschbroclc Don Merritt Deanna Michael Kathy Miller Sally Montgomery Janet Morrett Karen Mosley Jackie Moyer Barbara Moore Frances Munoz Nancy Narigon Linda Neal Marsha Nelson Patty Nelson Judy Newlon Harry Neycns Sandra Nickols Syble Noon Susan Nottingham Kaye Lynn Oehler Willeta Ort Patty Jo Patterson Terry Jo Peck John Perry Judy Pfautz Thomasine Porrez Harry Power Terry Rashid Sally Salazar Bill Schafer ' ff Elaine Schmidt 4 -:- Diane Schneider ' Susan Schroeder , H '- Sarry Schumaker Beverly Shacklett Bob Simmons Ann Sirois . J anic e Skinner in-007' in X ff- + ...hs B 4 i 1 v ' " . ' -' 4 Q , ' nw? J A V S 3 x A4 I A Tom Smallwood Cathy Smith Ruth Smutzer Sharon Storms Carolyn Straub Sheri Taapkin Joanne Teel Henry Thye Jack Tieman Margaret Troja Don Tweedy Dan Valentine Carol Van Auken Don Van Pelt Carolyn Washburn Q4 Dick Watts vi ff Sandra Webb Gerald Weinheimer Joan Weiser Mary Viets Donna Wilhelm Juanita Wilson Sharon Wilson Becky Wolfe Lee Wood Virginia Yarnell John Young Bonnie Zahn .eq ,- sr, '2 V, 2 .J WT ,f" 4- '1 rw- y J Y'-it A - F xo. rl Ll K, r S' l 2 Q ii 'X 'I- 92" "cial I e I Z ,NAM 4-1 vt i 141 fsm "Q 'YW 'W , , cial ttf. A NX B P fr ls 4:3 I' "- ,iw zz :Nl ' fx, sh: its sf .3. 'A- :O 419 gal' if- President John Schroeder Vice President J on McGuire Secretary-treasurer Brad Wiedmann Student Council Representatives John Frey David Kutscher Robert Abraham Jerry Ahlen Vera Albers Victor Bates Clifford Beach Lynda Beattie Marg Billings Bill Boomer Larry Boyd 1- '- . Ar, , f 9 i g! if:-0 , 5 X SE, f It -in 3 x 1 , 7 gh My A SA- Y 5 Af' ,: - Q A' l 9 ' rf? 1 Q, .9 frfez mg bfi 00 -'17 Elm A 90 L YO I .,x ,Q 1-rw Mike Boyer y 5:2 y L George Cook Larry Coppage Patsy Cordray Alice Cowles Laura Crockett Sharon Cross Shirley Anderson Loren Andrews 3 Robert Andrews Bob Brannon Bonnie Brown David Brown Dennis Brown Sandra Buckley Patty Burgund Dick Calhoun Joan Cangas K Linda Cashman Rochelle Clark Marcia Conlee Rebecca Culver Cyndra Day Lynda Deitchler Sherman Derrick Ronald Dial Betty Dodson Jack Dorsett Jayne Drummond Sharon Duncan Bonnie Eschman Terry Etka John Frey Gloria Frost Terry Frueh Francis Gallerick Dick Gaule Connie Glassforcl Nancy Grosenke mper Bill Crupy Dick Guenther Evelyn Harness Donald Harris Richard Harry Linda Hartley Linda Hayes Mike Hellenthal Pat Holmes Ronnie Holvey Margaret Horn Darla Hoskins Tom Humbu.rd Mary James Robert Johnson Linda Jondall Bradley Keester John Kent Ronald Kinkeade Linda Kirchner Bill Kreiger Karen Kreighbaum David Kutscher Charles LaFrenz David Lane Nan Lane Melinda Lang Harold Larson Don Leach Alice Long Carlos Lozano Kelly McCabe Betty McClinthen Jon McGuire Jerry McKeown Connie McPherson -'S' 38 Ja, Am -.r v., wi 1 Q , S. .-. -6 'S' .A-in wi R 120 fi rv- f .9 rf L ,, ffv f.'f'4 ' E... 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Q pas., v 39 4 f 'fa 'Si' 4-Y'-3 Kathleen McMul1an Gary McVey Kay McWhorter Bonnie Mahoney Kay Marsh Frances Martinez Gabriel Martinez Kathy Masterpole Jack Mathena Bill Matthews J ack Moore Sandra Morrison Sally Morton Joan Muerhoff D a vid Murgui a Carol Narigon Connie Narigon Jerri Nelle Nancy Nelson Terry Noonan David Nuebel Georgia O'Donne1l Bill Orr Nellie Pacheco Bill Patrigo Susie Peacock Judy Perry Robert Pezley Evelyn Phillips Sharon Philpott Carmen Pohlpeter Larry Privia Darla Qualls Lillian Redd Janet Rhoades Audrey Rippenkroeger Joe Roberts Dolores Roland Jerry Ross Sandra Ruppenkamp Gary St. Clair Felix Sanchez Judy Sanders David Schleidt "' Terry Schmidt Fred Schrader John Schroeder Sondra Schutte Jack Sears Ray Selby Patty Sheets Gerald Shultz Harold Simmons Chester Smutzer Rodney Spellman Donald Stevens Donald Sunden as Jud Swanson - ,V ' Y Lloyd Tedrow S r Nancy Thomas P 4' 1 Sandy Thompson Sharon Tincher Norma Tucker Terry Tykeson Blaine Van Ausdall Mary Vasquez Jerry Word Martha Waters Patty Wetteland Bradley Wiedmann Sally Wilken Marshall Wilkerson Larry Williams Cean Wilson Kay Womack Diane Wood Bob Woolever Larry Wright Vincent Wright .. 4 . Q ml' President Dick Feliseke Vice President Patty James Secretary- treasurer Joe Schulte Student Council Representati es Judy Cuthbert Tom Derrick 'dl x fe, , I Y Q .--4 :1'- .,-,, ' ,,,, iliii iii,, are 1 4 P! I R , I f ,.ovt4 a ff 'GWR fu. Ml' nf:""p,, wg 5 ig tar v-'T' I JA Y 1' ft Beverly Ahlstrand Earl Albers Terri Alton Eldean Anderson Sue Anderson Vernon Ayers Doris Bailey Nancy Bangert Kathy Barnes Roy Bartlett Arnold Bcccrra Kathy Beimer James Benbow Janet Betliurem Donald Bever Jon Black Milton Boone Mike Bowton Tim Boyles Patty Britton Glenn Brennan David Brenneman Kay Brooke Karen Brown Ricki Bunn Delores Bustamant Gary Butler Steve Cannaday Shcrilyn Carr Joyce Carson C Treva Carter Tom Charters Wanda Chesnut Kay Clark Robert Clark Jerry Congdon Joyce Conlee Bill Cooper Jane Copeland Greg Coppage Pearl Couchman Marcia Crockett Mike Crowell David Cullen Judy Cuthbert John Danker Tom Davis Jim Davolt Edwin Day Thomas Derrick Frances Doore Bob Duffy Ann Duncan Phyllis Eicher Ronnie Eid Bonnie Everman Dick Fehseke Monte Findley Beverly Fisher Robert Flack Emilou Frank Sharon F uget Bill Geyer Carolyn Gregg I nda Griswold Carol Gullick Marilyn Hamilton Sharon Harlan Gary Hartley Tom Hawbaker Sandra Heidbreder Sandra I-Ierold Patty Hoenig Bill Holvoet Michael Horan Dennis Hom Karen Horr Bill Htiffrlaer Carolyn James Donna James Patty James Joel Kamp Jack Klein Leroy Knoch . I 00 ost if Ili -i 'dz 5 f ,ry 1-4-55 N, X 3 1" y af? . 1 A' as 3' C , 3 ' ' 1- C J ' 2 '- .s --nv - f 1 - ' 'S g .. - i I in g in ii., t is 1 t n , ,:, 5, 5 3 is ,no i Wg lt? 4 40 is 3 4,-Q -C' 1 Lois Larson Denny Lawlor Tom Lightfoot Judy Linch Jon Little Barbara Long Wayne Lorton Karen Lowenberg Roger Lyon Robert Manka Sharon Mapes Bonnie McG1othlin Janet McPherson Muriel Mead Keith Meller Sharon Mercer Carol Moline Gene Moline Joyce Moncrief Lloyd Moore Carol Morris Felix Munoz Sharon Mutter Eugene Myers Patty Nelson Junior Niggemeyer Gayanne Olson Linda O'Nei1 Fred Pacheco Mike Perry David Persinger Mike Peterschmidt Bradley Peterson Bill Pfautz John Phelan Linda Ploss Irene Porrez Linda Prado Betty Puga Gail Rashid Sharon Reider Karon Reider Judy Reid Frank Reyes Bill Rice Robert Richards Fred Ried John Rose Linda Ross David Rupert Teddy Saar John Sandrock Leonard Schoene Jenny Schulka Joe Schulte Nancy Scott Sue Scott Sue Senf Tressa Shoop Judy Schultz Bonnie Smith Mike Smith Shirley Smith Janice Sommers Sharon Spiess Frank Sporkman Terry Stansbery Gene Stephens Bernard Stephenson Jeannette Storms Leland Stott Jim Stribling Judy Sunderland Danny Teel Dale Thompson Jerry Thompson David Thurman Becky Tipton David Tompkins Donald Tripp Gary Tubbs Sharon Vikcurek Arthur Waggener Jim Webb Cary Weiler Judy Werner Frank Wetteland Gary White Billie Wilkerson Roger Williams Judy Wolf Carlenc Wolfe Janis Wollam Lynn Woods Charles Woolever Bethany Wyrick Robert Wyrick If e - Q x I v 1 'C aqua? 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J' 'fb - U I DEX TO SENIOR ACTI ITIE ADKINS NANCY K.11t1es 3 4 Glee Club I 2 ALLEN LINDA Mus1c 1,2 GAA 4 FHA 4 Usher's Club 2 3,4 ANDERSON LEANNE F H A 1,2 G A A 1, Madrsoman 3 Glee Club 4 Jumor Class Play 3 brary Club 2 ANDREWS, GWENDA Glee Club 2 ANDREWS ROBERT JOE H1 Y 1 2 Golf 3 ARGENTO LYDIA C1t1zen of the Month Club 4 Cho1r 4 Nat1onal H1gh School General Jose San Martm, Santa Fe Argentma 1 2 3 BAILEY GORDON BARTLETT GARY 3,4 Lefre1ma1l'S Club 3 4 BECKER FRANCES Lrbrary Club 1, Cheerleader 1 2,3 CILIZEH of the Month Club 2,3 4 Sec Treas 4 Tr1 H1 Y2 3 fSec Treas 31 F H A 4, QPres1dent 41, Mad1son1ar1 3 4 QP1ctureEd1 tor 41 K.1lt1es 4 QSec Treas 4 JA 34 Cho1r1234 BENTZINGER LEAH Student CO'llI1C1l 1 Class Sec Treas 2 3 K1l1tes3 4 Vocal Mu.s1c 1 2,3,4 QVICC Pres1dent 3j QPres1dent 21 J A 3,4,L1brary Club 1 BERGTHOLD CAROL Vocal Musrc 1 2,3,4,J A BOE LINDA Tr1 H1 Y12,3,FHA 4 Vocal Musrc 1 2,3 4 fSec Treas 1 CVICC Pres1dent 2 K1lt1es 3 4, J A 3 Jun1or Sextet 3 Semor Sextet 4 Junror Quartet 3, Operetta 3 BOLEY BETTY BONI-IAM, SHARON Tr1 H1 Y23 FHA.4 Vocal Mus1c 1 2 3 t1es 3 4 BRANNON JIM Football 2 Track 3 BRITTON BOB Glee Club 1 Semor Chorr 3 4 Thesp1ans 3,4, Stage Electr1c1an 3 4 BROWN J IM BROWN RUBY BUTLER JACK CALHOUN DON Vocal Musrc 1 2 Chou 3, CALVERT AUDREY CANNADAY PHIL Football 4 Basketball 3 Track 4 Band l,2,4, H1 Y 1 2 Glee Club 3 Letter man's Club 3 4, Student Counc1l 3 fPres1dent 41 CARR RONNIE Football 1 2 3,4, Basketball l 2,3,4 Track 1 2 Letter mar1's Club 3 4 CARTER JERRY CLARK HAROLD Glee Club 1 2 Chou 3,4, Operetta 3 Contest 2 3 4 CONGDON GLEN Glee Club 2 CONSBROCK, DICK Band 1 2,3,4 Track 1 Dramatrcs 3 Golf 4 COOPER JANICE Class Sec 1 JA 3, 100 Madrsoman 3 4 C GLB 4 Off1Ce Helper 3 COUCI-IMAN, RAY CROSLEY BARBARA Glee Club 1 2,3, Senror Chorr 4, K1l1f16S 3, , Dramatrcs 1,2, C SLB 1 J A 3 4 CULLEN DONNA Glee Club 1 2,3 Semor Chorr 4 J A 3 4 K1l1t1e 3 4 Sophomore G1rls' Sextet 2 Madrsoman 3 Operetta 3 DAUGHERTY MIKE Basketball 1 2 Track 1 DaVOLT SUE Usher's Club 3 4 DAWSON LINDA Band 1 2,3,4 Glee Club 1 2 Chou' 3,4,Mad1son1an 3 G A A 1,2, J A 3 Track 2 4 DENNISON DICK Football 1 Track 1 Glee Club 2 DODSON BEN DOORE JIM H1 Y 1 2 Glee Club 1 DORRELL CAROL K1lC1eS 3 4 Thesp1ans 3 4 DORRELL JUDY Tr1 I-I1 Y3 CSLBS4 Cheerleader 4 Jr Class Play 3 Class Rep 4 tu dent Counc1l Sec 4 ESCHMANN GENEVA Band 1 2,3,4 EST RADO MATTHEW FAIRLIE LYNN Football 1 2 Basketball 1 Track 1 2 FINLEY, RICHARD Football 1 2,3 Baseball 1 2 3 Track 1 2 3 4 Letter man's Club 3 4 FISHER, CAROL Cheerleader 1 2 3 4 C1t1 zen of Month Club 2 3 Tr1 H1 Y 2 Mad1son1an3 J A 3 4, Glee Club 1 Cho1r 3,4 QPres 31 Thes prans 3 4 QV Pres 4j One Act Play 2 Jun1or Class Play 3 Quartet 2 Tr1o3 4 Contest 3 4,0 eretta 3 Natronal Honor Socrety 3,4, Record Rack 2 Student COU.l'1C1l2 3, , Class VICE Presrdent 3 FUNKHOUSER DAVID Football 1 2 3 Basketball 1 Golf 1 2 3 I-I1 Y 1 Student Counc1l 2 GILCHRIST RICHARD Band 1 2,3 Pep Band 2 Golf 2 4 Glee Club 1 2 Treble Chorr 3, Semor Cho1r 4 GILPIN PAT GREEN BETTY Glee Club 2 J A 3 4 G A A 1 GREGORY DICK Band 1 2 Glee Club 1 2 GUSTIN LARRY Football 1 2,3,4, Basketball 1 Track 1 3 Letterman's Club 3 4 GUZMAN BETTY Glee Club 1 J A 3 t1es 3 4 HALL DAVID Scrence Club 1,2 Basket ball 1 2 Football 1 Golf HANSEN, LOIS Usher's Club 3 4 , s ' ' " ' 1 9 9 ' ' , 5 , . . ,4. , Q 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 ' h 1 1 ' ' 5 . . . 3 . . . 5 1 ' ' . .. l-' I' 1 2 ' ' 1 1. ' 1 1 1 1 ' 1 . 1 1 141 . ' 4' l ' . 7. 245 . . . , . . . 25- ' , . ' s - - s, s ' ' 5 3 - - 1 - - -. 1 ' 121 ' ,l.i- . 3 - - U' 1 , ' , 1 - Us , I , S 1 1 . - 5 ' s - - 1 sl S h s s . I l . . y S O 1 1 A 1 ' P' , .' , s ' s . 9 , , , . . ' ' . .- ,S - ,. 5 1 I , 4. , . I Y 1 I I .. , 9 ' 9 ' ' 1 , 1 , 9 1 De 1 ' 1 1 l" 1 1 ' I I ' l 7 1 ' Y 1 . 1 S 1 , 1 1 y Q . ' l ' 1 1 1 3 . . . ' . . ,4. , - j I Basketball 1,2 3 4, Golf 1,2, J.A. 3, G.A.A. 4. DEARING, J013 GILLAND, MARY 1 1 ' 1 ' 1 1 , . . . . u 1 3 .3 1 ' - 5 ' ' 5 9 , y Q ' l 1 1 1 ' - I , 1 11 " ' Ji , ' 1 ' ' 1 . " ' 1 ' 1 S - - 1 1 . . . , , , . . . , . .- , Y 1 I I " ' 1 1 ' I" 1 1 ' , li - - 1 1 U 1 1 1 ' 1 1 1 1 ' 1 S 1 ' 1 ' Y . 1 I . ' 1 1 1 ' , ' 9 , 1 ' " ' 1 1 ' . 1 1 1 Q 1 1 l ' 1 Q " 1 " I' 5 1 5 , . ' s 1 5 ' ' s 1 . , - ' , 5 , , . 5 y . ,S - , . . 5 . , 5Ki1.. 1 1 ' 1 ' ' , ' . .3. . , I ' I 1, - . S - ' " '1 ' ' ' ' 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 , , -- ' , . 1,2. 1 .71 ' ' 1 'Ja 1 ' - - s , 1 s 5 ' 5 ' - s - - 45 9 - , - I DEX TO SENIOR ACTIVITIE HAWKINS WILLA MAE HEIDBREDER ESTHER HENVILLE DAVID Band 2 HNIZDA LORA One Act QDIIGCIOIJ 3 Speech Contest 4 Band 1 2,3 4 Glee Club 1 Thes prans 3 4, J A 3 4 fTreas 41 Madrsonran 3,4, Na tronal Honor Soc1ety 3, State P1ano Contest 1 4 State Bell Lyre Contest 2 3,4, Jumor Class Play 3 HOENIG NORMA Glee Club 2 3 Cho1r 4 HOLLAND BOB Glee Club 1 Football 2 HORAN MICK Football 1,2,3,4, Baseball 12 Traok234,JA 4 Basketball 3 HORN MARJORIE J A 3 4 HOSKINS, ROGER Baseball 2 3 4 Basketball 1 2 3,4 Football 1 Track 1 2 3 Letterman's Club 3 4 HUFFAKER CAROL Glee Club 1 2 Majorette 1 2 3, Drum Major 4, J A 34 Tr1H1Y'3 FHA 4 Chorr 4 JOHNSOIN DAVID Track 1 2,3,4, Basketballl 2 Football 1 2 3 4 Letterman's Club 3 4 JOHNSON VERNON Band 1 2 3 4 JONES JOYCE Glee Club 1 2 Chorr 3 4, J A 4 KAMP JERRY Letterman s Club 1 2 3 4 Football 1 2 3 4 Basketball I 2,3,4 Baseball 1 2 3 Track 1 2,3 4 C1t1zen of the Month Club 3 4 KOKJOHN VICKI T11 H1 Y Z 3 4 Glee Club 1 Z 3 Chorr 4 Operetta 3 Madrsonran 3 4 cAdVC1't1S mg Ed 1 One Act Play 2 Junror Class Play fStudent D1rector1 K1lt1es 3 4 QPres1dent 41, Natronal Honor Socrety 3 4 QSec Treas 41 Thesprans 3 4, QSec Treas 41 J A 3 4 KORSCHGEN MELVIN Band 1 2 3,4 Football 1 2 Basketball 1 2,3 4 Track 1 3 4 J A 3,4 Letterman's Club 4 KRACAW MIKE Band 1 2,3 4 Football 1 2 Y 1 2 J A ,4 KRIEGER KAREN Glee Club 1 2 KUTS CHER KAREN 1 One Act Play 1 Quar tet 2 Cheerleader 2 Glee Club12 Trr H1 Y23, , J A 3 4 Cho1r 3 4 Sextet 3 4 Krltres 3 4 Trro 3 4 Contest 3 4 Madrsonran 3 Operetta 3 LAKE LYLE LAMBERT JANE Cxtrzen of the Month Club 3 4 K1lt1es 3 Class Sec 4 Mad1son1an 3 4 QBUSIHCSS Manager 41, J A 3 Speech Contest -4 Sen1orCho1r 3 4 Glee Club 2 3 QSec 31 Grrls Quartet 4 Grrls TI10 4 Mrxed Quartet 4 Madr1 gal 4, All State Quartet Contest 4 Vocal Contest 2 3 4, State Contest 2 3 P1ano Contest 2 3 4 M1xed Octet 3 4 LAW LOR ED Football 1 2 Basketball 1 Track 1 2 101 LAWRENCE FRED Band 1 2 3 4 Chorr 3 4 Baseball 3 4 Basketball 2 Contest 1 3 LAWTON HANSON Class Pres 2 Glee Club 1 2 Chorr 3, Operetta 3 H1 Y 1 2 Radro Staff 1 2 Golf 2,3 4 J A 3 ClassV Pres 4 Student Councrl 2 4 C1t1zen of the Month Club Z 3,4, Natmonal Honor So crety 3,4 Mad1soman 4 fEd1tOI 41, Jr Dry Dock Board 4 LEAFGREEN LOUISE Glee Club 2 3 LEMBERGER BETTY JO C :SLB Staff 2 Mad1son1an3 Trl H1 Y23 FHA 4 L1 brary l 2 3,4 QPres 3 41 J A 3 4 LEWIS GLEN Football 1 2 3,4, Basketball 1,Z, Track 1 2,3, Letterman Club 3 4 Chorr 3 4, Glee Club 1 Dramat1cs 3 4 Thes Board 4 LUCAS BILL Football 1 Vocal Musrcl 2 Orchestra 1 2 MCCABE MIKE H1 Y 1 Football Mgr 1 2 3 4 Track Mgr I , Chorr 1 2 fPres 41 Band2 MCCANNON ROGER Football l 2,3,4 Basketball 1 Track 1 3 4, Letterman's Clu 4 JA 3 MCMANIS BOB Band 3 MCMILLEN DON Track 1 MAAG JACKIE L1brary Club 1 2 MARSH CAROLYN Glee Club 1 7 3 Chorr K1lt1es34 GAA 12 MARTINEZ VIRGINIA Krltres 3 4 MEKEMSON KAY LYNNE Glee Club 1 2 Chorr 3 4 Quartet 2 Trro 3 4 State Contest 3 4 Operetta 3 Madrsoman 3 J A 3 4 Trl H1 Y 2,3,4, K1lt1es3 QV Pres 41 MELHORN HENRY Football 1 2,3,4 Basketball 1 2,3,4 Track 1 2 3,4 Letterman's Club 2 3 MENDEZ JERRY MERTENS THERESA Cheerleader 1,2 Glee Club 1 2 Treble Chorr 3 Sextet 2 Semor Chorr 4 Thesprans 3 4 K1lt16S 3 4, Junror Class Play 3, J A 3 4 MICHAEL DALE J A 3 4 MILLER DAVID Basketball 1 2 MILLER DICK MITCHELL DICK Class Pres 1 Student Coun C11 1 Glee Club 1 2 One Act Play 2 Chorr 3, J A 3 QPres 41 Natronal Honor Socrety 3 4 QV Pres 41 Madrsoman 3 4 QSports Ed 41, Track 2 3 JLm1or Class Play 3, Thespxans 4 Basket ball QMgr 1 2 3 MOELLER PHILIP Asst Class Treas 1 Cal1 forma Scholarsh1p Founda t1on23 FTA 234 Scrence Club 2 3,4 QTreas 31, Junror Statesmen of Amerrca 3, Drama Club 3 4, Junror Class Play 3 U N Stamp Club 4 Chou 4 brary Club 4 MOORE RUSSELL MORROW LARRY , 1 1 1 1 1 g 1 l 1 , S , 3 Q 1 1 1 1 1 1 , - , 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 ' Y ' 1 ' 4 , 1 1 1 1 ' 1 1 1 1 1 ' ' A1 1 1 - ' '1 ' 9 1 1 1 1 , J, 5 5 9 'h 5 ' 9 - 3 3 9 - . 3 . . y . g , S , S .- u h 5 . 5 - 5 , Q . o 1 I ' ' . . . 1 1 1 1 ' . . 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A Y ' 1 1 ' 1 1 ' 'I , , , , 4 I , s SLI- 1 1 1 ' 1 ' 1 ' ' . . - 1 1 . 1 1 1 1 121 1"1 1 1 1"1 1 1 1 ' 1 1 - e - ,-- , I DEX TO SENIOR ACTIVITIES MUERHOFF BARBARA Cheerleader 1 2 3 4, Glee Club 1 2 3 Sen1or Cho1r 4 Sextet 3 4 J A 3 4 C1t1 zen of the Month Club 3 1 Thesprans 3 4 Jun1or Class Play 3 One Act Play ID1 rectorj 3 MUNOZ GLORIA NELSON JEAN Glee Club l 2 Treble Cho1r 3, Sen1or Cho1r 4 3, G A A l NELSON JERRY Vocal Mus1c 1 2 J A 3 4, Cho1r 3 4 NOON BERTI-IA Usher's Club 2 3,4 O'CONNOR LYNETTE OLAG IE ELIZABETH PEACOCK BARBARA Kllt1CS 3 4 PENDERGRAFT HARRY Football 1 2 3 Basketball 1,2, Track 1,2 3 PERRY BILL PETERSCHMIDT DON Gol 1 2,3,4 POLACK SAM Football 1 2,3 4 Track 1 3 4, Band 1,2,3,4 Cltl zen of the Month Club 3 4 Thesp1ans 3 4 fPres 41 Student Counc1l 4 Letter man's Club 3 4 PRADO AMPARO PRIVIA, JIM PROX DELBERT Track 1 Student Counc1l 2 RASHID CAROL G A A I Vocal MUSIC ,3, Semor Cho1r 4 RICE VIRGINIA Speech Contest 3,4, Tr1 H1 Y 3 4 Treble Cho1r 4 J A 4 ROHMER JOELEAN Band 1 2 Glee Club 1 2 Treble Cho1r 3 Sen1orCho1r 1 Sextet I 2 M1xedQuar tet 3 4 Madrrgal 4 Sen1or G1rls' Quartet 4, T110 4 J A 3 All State Quartet Contest 4, Group Home Contest 1,2 4 Group State Contest 3, Home Vocal Contest 4, Operetta 3 RUSSELL BILL Bandl23,JA 34 Golf 1 2,3,4 H1 Y 1 Madrso 1113.11 3 C 'SLB 3 4 ST CLAIR ELAINE Cheerleader l 2 Tr1 H1 Y 2 3,4 J A 3 K1lI1ES 3 4 QLeader 4j Glee Club 1 Treble Cho1r 3, Senror Cho1r 4 SALLEE MARY ELLEN J A 3 4 SCHNEIDER DAVE Golf 1 2,:1,4 Band 1 2 3 Football 1 Basketball 1 2 Student Counc1l 3 Track 1 SCHROEDER BOB Basketball 1 2 3,4 Football 1 2 3,4, Track 1 2 Thes prans 3 4 Nat1onal Honor Soc1ety 3 4 C1t1zen of the Month Club 2 3,4, Student O0unc1l 3,4 KVICS Pres 41 Letterman's Club 3 4 Sen1or Cho1r 3 JI-lI110I Class Play3 SCHULTE BILL Football I 2,3,4, Basketball 1 2,3,4, Track 1 2 3 4 Bas ket all l,2,3 4, J A 3, C1t1zen of the Month Club 2 3,4, INat1ona1 Honor So Clety 3 4 Class Offlcer 1 IPres 41 Student COIIIICII4 SHEETS MARY Cho1r 4 Usher's Club 2, SMUTZER, HELEN SMUTZER JOY CE SMUTZER NANCY Glee Club 1 2 STEPHENS BILL Football 1 STIEFEL PATSY Glee Club 1 2 Treb e Cho1r 3 Senror Cho1r 4 STOWE MARILYN Band 1 2,3 Glee Club 1 J A 3 4 Mad1SOH13D 4 C8LB2,Tf1 H1 Yl2 F T A 4, Instrumental Con test 2, Jumor Class Play 3 SUPER VICKI C1t1zen of the Month Club 1,2 3,4, Natronal Honor So cxety 3 4 Dramat1cs Club 1,2 Thesp1ans 3,4, K1lt1es Treas ZHV Pres lj JA 3,4 IPres 3 4j, Student Counc1l 2 Mad1son1an3,4 C8183 FHA 4 Tr1 H1 Y 2 3 One Act Play 2 Jumor Class Play 3 Op eretta 3 SUSICH, MARTHA GAA 34 K1lt1es3 Treble Cho1r 4, J A 3 SWENSON LARRY J A 3,4,co1f 3,4 THOMAN, JUDY G AA 1 Cho1r 4, Tn H1 Y234 K1lt1es34 JA 3,4 Glee Club 1 2,3 Ma son1an 3,4, C :SLB 3 Jumor Class Play 3 TOMPKINS KENDALL Basketball 3 TRIPP DOROTHY Off1C9 Helper 4, Glee Club TUCKER PHIL Glee Club 2 IPres 2 Cho1r 3 J A 3 Jumor Class Play QStage Crewj Class V Pres 3 Studen Counc1l 4 TWEEDY MARY LOU Usher's Club 1 2,3 L1brary Club 1,2,:1,4 VAUGHN JIM Football l 2 3,4, Basketball 1,2,3,4 WABEL, RONNIE WEDDINGTON GARY Letterman's Club Z 3, Football 1 2,3,4, Basket ball 1 2 Track 1 2 C1t1zen of the Month Club 1,2,3,4 Band 1 2 3 WELLFORT GEORGE Cho1r 3 4 WERNER NANCY Glee Club 2 3, Sen1or Cho1r4 WOLLAM RONALD J A 3 Cho1r Z 3,4, Vocal Mus1c 3 4 Quartet 4,Mad rrgal 4, Octet 4 WYRICK CAROLYN Glee Club 1 2,3,4, Usher's Club 3 G A A 1 , 1 1 1 1 3 111 ' T 1 11 1 1 " 1 1 3 1 ' ' 1 t 1 1 1 1 1 1 " - - ' ' ri 1 1 1 , 1 ' 1 1 ' " , 3 11 1 I . 5 7 1 LS y 9 " n 1 1 S 1 1 I S I !, . 1 - - 1 1 1 1 ' 11 ' S ' 1 1 1 J.A. 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' ' 11 1 1 1 ' 0 1 ' ' n 1 1 '- 1 , , , dl ' 1 1 ' ' , . 1 ' 111 1 " 1 I-'J , ' . . 43 . 1 - I ' - I . 1 , 1 ' - ' ' . 3 I ,4 . 5 . 1,2. 1 . . . 3 2 - , , - 9 3,4- - 15 ALITGGRAPHS Congratulations Class of 59' We re proud of youl We ve watched you through the years growing up ln your home town We re glad to have been able to worlc with some of you In Junnor Achievement There you have had a good chance to see why our free enterprlse system ns the only way brings us the highest standard of llvung the world has ever known Graduatuon time ts an Important step In your lute w hope tt s a happy step And that the years ahead hold peace prosperity and happiness for all of you A SHE FFER PEN C0 ' 9 I , . . , . . . . to have freedom of opportunity . . . and how that, in turn, . . . . . . . . U e ' 3 I . I Q 5 of FORT MADISCDN MEDICAL SOCIETY Compliments fren! 0191169 HCDENIG BRGS GROCERY 1031 Xxcnuef Phone Dli 2 1651 THE HOUSE FOR THE OFFICE THE CLEMENTS INC Sales find Servlce or Iwpewrltere and Xrlrhngz Xlichmes Different Funeral Service Statlonerx an Cards 822 Xwenue E Phone DR 7 7962 F0rtNlad1son Iona DFIVC Carefullv E ort Nladxson Phone DR 2 2061 Iowa HOTEL LINCOLN Sniclx Ihr 'ind Umm Rooms Complzmerzts 0 Dr W F KAISER Optometrlst 09' -Xvenue G , . , 9 5 -- ' - 4 -vm 7 . Al L v 1. ,v , . . - 1 ...'.. 7 , ..' L. gl . H i LQ. Congratulations to the Class 0f1959 THE LEE COUNTY SAVINGS BANK MEMBER FEDERAL DEPOSIT INSURANCE CORP PETE HUGHES LERCHE JEWELRY STORE juallh News find frocerleg Dlamonds V-pitches Jeuelrx Sllverwire 9800 Xvenue I Phone DR 2 3013 Complete Llne of Frozen foods Fort Uadlson Ona Compliments Con ratulatzons of CHANEN s Auro SUPPLY co FLYNN 8 BOYLE FURNITURE INC 1201 Xxenue H Phone Dli 7 5361 Q ' . E L ' . ' - 1 - ' ,'- ' 1 T1-1Avenue G . 1. A ' I , Congratulatlons to the Graduating Class of I959 Better Things for Better Llvlng Through Chemistry 0 0 ll,u.x. nu.o1I. 1 v Q f GRAHAM S DEPARTMENT STORE MID WEST PAPER CO Bargams Galore At MARSHALL AUTO STORE Prlnted and Unprlnted Wax Paper Products Prlnted Cellophane 705 Avenue G 1109 Avenue I Ft Madlson owa Compliments FORD of Sales Service JOHNSON 8. PHELAN THOMAS MOTORS Dlal Drake 2 1012 Attorneys at Law RAY MINER JEWELRY SANFORD BOAT HARBOR Diamonds watches Johnson Sea Horse Outboard 810 Avenue C H0t0l'S Next to State Theatre Drake 2 5503 Foot of 203111 Sl- Drake 26402 if ' . A N Vi ' A Kay Lynne and Virginia visit the iewolry counter at f . ' I Congratufatzons to the Class of 1959 FORT MADISON SAVINGS BANK MEMBER OF FEDERAL DEPOSIT INSURANCE CORPORATION AUGE FLORAL COMPANY BENNER S SUPER MARKET CENTRAL RADIO 8. T v SERVICE HOME mth St FURNITURE COMPANY 610X DI2 U 11 f.'onIplz'nIer1!s Compliments of Of lfor .Xll Tour Flower Needs T12 qXVerIIIe CL l,lTOTlC Dll 2-18 616- . rect Ifor Reliable Service Call .- venue C m .8 --3364 Phone R 2- -53 HUTCHISON MOTOR SALES X rcurw Id el I hone IJII R II8 T231 he I Ort II'1cI1son 011 1 PILLEY BRUSH COMPANY fonzplznzents :I THE CONNIE SHOP IX OXNI 1cq11eI1nv 1nIf0n111P N nos or In ITU or the DIIIIFI I 70 Onuv I JOE S FOOD MART Iran mtu rztmn In the 1 P11111 BENTLER TEXACO SERVICE I I1orougI1 I uI 0 I ort NI1rI1son ox 1 Regal St WIP Ir ulers for Iuent 10 1 and II I Itr ISOHIC f IP mln xpert exxelrx 1nrI IX1rcI1 IIep11r1n ff,,1Uu5u1aZ,0,,5 I 1 S romp crxxcv to the STEIN S JEWELRY Hass M19 9 D R Xxenue ort XI 1cI1Qon 0 FORT MADISON ASSOCIATION ffesijfluff 10 ffff OF INDEPENDENT INSURANCE swEET BAR AGENTS 1107 Xxenue I' I t II1rI1Son mx 1 IC j-'I S, ' , L-I T 1...t' .- ' . , If . ' I 'z I ' 3 1' .I2 ,I 1 1 I I .III I K H I Ii If .I 1 Iiss 11r1fI Hrs. TL. :XV , I I"t. II.11Iis1111,Im1z1 .I gg I ' .H I 16111 111 X IJ fffrzss of 19.30 , 1 . I :TM ,I,.I01 If 1 I I va N I 'II 5 tI 1 IJII Q-IIT 113 Iff , -'1 , 1 ." M I' A,, ' I j I , Y' , QT .1 A cg A I ' I If 1 'I I vu 7 . z ', I I I 'L hill 'I no cfm See john Weber WINKE S SERVICE STATION FREDERICK S GARAGE Ylllllllllllllb roller skate tonight Y fIl d 400 SKATING AND BOWLING RECREATION CENTER Amerlca s Flr t L te and Zon I te Floor H atmg Ol EVERINGHAM OIL COMPANY Foot of 12th Stre t OIL HEATING C g atul tons to the Class 0 59 SCOTT S CENTRAL DRUG STORE D 1Dr ke 2 2205 18th Str et nd Avenue G Fort M dlson ow CENTRAL STATES INVESTMENT C0 Amerlcan State Bank Bl1lIdlI1g BARR MEMORIAL CHAPEL Avenue F at 20th Street Fort Madlson Iowa Compltments Of Drs. DOW 8. SWIFT EIKMEYERS HARDWARE 011 and Gas Furnaces Year Round and Summer Alr Conditlomng Unlts Tm and Sheet Metal Work Veterlnarlans 812 18th Street 'H A , ,, :1 Lys, ft, K . Q W, , rv . 0 " ,wt .4 1 Ill v ' ' O Enjo afun- 1 e evening where there's ,MMM A music. skates . dt nh . I Ag .t - tion for all. K Xt - M I - 9 v n Q s u 1 S a X 1 1 on r cz i e ' i fl! 93 ! e ia a - 6 a a ' I a I SPRING LAKE GOLF COURSE Denmark Road 360 360 K XGJ Frlendly Voxce ofthe Trl States It s on the axr for Will Huett Complzments RASHID S RITE PRICE STORE 2404 Avenue L Fort Madrson OWU MELVIN TRUCKING COMPANY 36I'I Avenue L Fort Madison owa ENGEMAN HARDWARE I30I Avenue G FORT MADISON NEWS AGENCY 813 Avenue G Subscrlptnon Headquarters VINCE BORGMAN Insurance Real Estate Lee County Bank BUIIUIIIQ Men s Wear YOUEL S Clothes Youel Lake 833 835 Avenue G Fort Madison owa FORT MADISON BEAUTY CENTER 603 Avenue G No Apponntments Necessary Work Guaranteed Dual Drake 2 3116 PAUL C BAUGHMAN The Scherfe Insurance Agency Inc Fort Madlson Savungs Bank Bunldlng Dual Drake 2 3234 Fort Maduson Iowa 1 G G f Of ' I ' I Dial Drake 2-6273 Magazines, Cards, Wrappings ' I FORT MADISDN DENTAL SOCIETY Robert J Doermg D D S Frank J Denner D D S Alfred J Kokjohn D D S J E Murrell D D S A W Schulte D D S P H Shreves D DS E. C Tueker D D S Harold M. Schroeder, D.D.S. o Q g o o Q 6 s , 0 0 O IIe Socnble 'ax e QI Iease 'I he I 1 In Refreshment PEPSI COLA MEMPHIS BOTTLING CO INC XICIUPIIIS Ihisourx Iyeokuk Iowa Con ratulalmns to lfze Class 0fl9a9 DODGE S CONOCO SERVICE I ort IIad1son owa I hone IJII O Oth Q. XxenueI 'Irees are a Crop Fort II1fI1s0n Ioufx FRARY S STYLE SHOP HEIFNER JEWELRY I ort IIarI1s0n Stxle fenter 18 Xvenue G IIII 'I -H01 1 Xxenue C 1 -f L -I H CD S." "II pf I' . Q, o A A I CRANDON PAPER MILLS, INC. , . I ' 2-,983 IOWA STATE BAN K FREE YA!!! OI MILLER JONES CO Shoes for the I' ntlre Fam1Iv 809 Avenue C RALPH B NIETERS FUNERAL HOME 103.3 Avenue II D1aI Dra Ambulance SCFVICS ke 21212 MARY AND SONS GROCERY Appreclate Your Patronage e speczalzze Ln top grades 0 meats Drake 2 61w4 'k Drake 2 6155 ort NIac'I1son 3102 Avenue I owfi Congratula Lwns Class o 1959 C C MILLER SHOP 21 Avenue C PAUL ELECTRIC If estmgfzouse Sales and Servzce Electrzcal Ilzrmg and Contraczmg Drake 2 1042 821 Avenue C Port AI3dlSO1'1 Iowa Congratulatzons from THE CHILDREN S SHOP Tmv lots rlhrough rleenage 209 Avenue C Dra e 2 1481 Ile C,-we .5 X ll Green Stamps "" ' ,G 4 I, .WA C G C C 8 a t u 66 " ' ' 9! ' 1 F ' - I . H , , ,, to the u f , O O - . 1 - L I A , '7 "7 ' If , . A I fc I . I , N . . V . A - 1 . . W ' J ' r I A J ix ' - ' . L -- . e . , I Compliments Of SPOTLESS CLEANERS "lT'S WILKINSH for Drugs, Cosmetics, School Supplies, Gifts, Toys, Sporting Goods, Fountain Service "Fort I'larlison's tllost Complete Drugstore" 28 30 Avenue C liest Iltshes to the Class 0 9 ERNIE S WEST END RADIO and T V MERTON S SERVICE STATION Avenue C 6th Street Fort Iladlson Iowa DALEY MOTOR SERVICE Congratulates the Classo 1908 9 1014 Avenue H Congratulattons WESTERN AUTO ASSOCIATE STORE 726 Avenue C D111 Dralce 2 5 61 1 ort 'lladlson Iowa CROW MOBILE SERVICE Avenue Il oth Street Compltments PENNEY S V011 Madison OW Port Aladison s Leading Department Store Briggs K Stratton Schwln Eclipse Dlsston Clinton SLIM S 66 SERVICE SCHALK S SALES and SERVICE mst and lvenuel Parts and Service for all cooled engtnes Ilaslungllaclunes Lcmnmouters Bicycles Tires Bauenes OL! 7090 Avenue NI Dial Drake 2 u203 13 ort Tladlson lowa Dlal Drake 2 9829 F7 L 1 . I I KK' S! f Q A 1 I n a , ' , - ,- f -0 I . . i.,., Y l i' 1 1 'tl I Of I I- 1 9 . D ' I a 1 . , . . . w . t - " 9 u ll I . . V 1 . r - - 4 ' 7 ! L... . ' -I - , . S . - 1 FREESMEIER S DAIRY FINEST DAIRY FOCDDS Drake allzen lt is clone mth heat HY lou can do lt better uzth as NORTH CENTRAL the store that brought lou er przces to Pt lladzsorz Q Communztw PUBLIC SERVICE we owe REGAL STAMPS 20th 8- Avenue M Dua Drake 2 5841 708 7th Street Dia Drake 2 4634 DILLAVOU FLOOR COVERINGS FOX THEATRE Linoleum Asphalt Plastic Rubber Tile Best 0 Luck to the Class 0 09 Window Shades Expert Laying Service 729 Avenue H Drake 2 6581 CULLIGAN soFT WATER GARNER OH- C0 Drake 2 6463 It s qmart to Save 793 33'd Sffeef 2236 Avenue 1. Drake 2 9839 ANDES CANDIES fzloson Cards In ts Beautiful Clothes I0 ue DUNS Sportswear Dresses Suits 81 Coats We Dellyer 707 Ave G Drake 2 4623 THOMPSON 8- ENDERLE CAFE FORT MADISON PAINT 8a BODY SHOP 706 l8ti1 Street Servzce that Satzsfzei Plates Served 42 -ill Times T604 Ave M Drake 21612 , . . l. I ia. I QT . 6 . I - . I - 7 I I 7 I A I Plastic Wall Tile, Venetian Blinds, f fp- . . . I Y I. Q 'gl PETERSON S DAIRY Dual Drake 3421 1421 Avenue H SIEG C0 Auto Parts Dlal Drake 2 1274 1275 715 18th Street Fort Madlson lowa BURLINGTON BEAUTY ACADEMY A School of Knowledge For the Art and Study of Beauty Culture Dlal Plaza 2 3193 315 North Mam Street Burllngton Iowa M H Craw ard f0wnerj PROGRESS SERVICE INC Bottle Gas Propane Motor Fuel Gas Systems Servmg a 50 male radzus Fort Madlson Iowa TRI STATE GLASS C0 925 Avenue H Clear and Tmtea' Auto Class Mirrors and Table Tops Dlal Drake 2 6591 Compltments Of INDUSTRIAL PLUMBING AND HEATING COMPANY 9 ' -9 - - 1 I 7.7 I' ..f PARTY PAGE 121- TNI P' Famous for Fashions Since 1926 S X H Green Stamps wzth Every Purchase Congratulatzons Complzments Class 0 59 P M PLACE COMPANY DR M G TINCHER 737 739 Avenue G Complzments Complzments TIM s SANDWICH SHOP TROY CLEANERS INCORPORATED 616 mm 5"ee' Fort Mad: son owa Cgmpllmgnts 0 POLLARD LAWSE and DIETCHIER Heating and Alr condltlonlng LAWYERS Sheet Metal Contractors Lee County Savings Bank Bulldmg Fort Mawson Iowa 916 Fifteenth Street Dual Drake 2 5851 . f, Of . of of ' ' I ' f Congratulatzon 9 SCHIFFS FAMILY sHoE STORE ,O the 729 Avenue G Claw 0 '39 KENNY S TV 84 APPLIANCES Shoes for lwemone Avenue G Conafaoalaaono CITY VIEW DAIRY B B HESSE S SONS Grade A Dazrw Products Men s and Boy s Clothing DIG Drake 2 5613 CARSTENS Congratulatzon s to che PLUMBING S HEATING CO Classo 1939 Contractors or e DANA BUSHONG Of 8 Y .I I our ewe er New Fort MudIson Hlgh School 805 Avenue G Drake 2 1423 Ackley owa Congratulations Compliments to the Class 0 O9 TIPTON S YELLOW CAB COMPANY FISHER S PHARMACY Radio Dlspatched 24 hour Service 1302 Ave G 722 8th Street DIaI Drake 2 3434 Roben Fwher R Ph Fort MadIson Iowa Drake 2 604i THE WRIGHT HARDWARE Conafafalanono I Builder s Hardware Sporting Goods to me Gass Paints 0Ils Classo 1909 2502 Avenue L TIRE SAL ES AND SERVICE Fort Madlson Iowa 205 Avenue H .. f" A ' 617 I l ' . I - f 1- I th plumbing, heating 8K Ventilating f th I of fp I - ' - ' f ' ' I . Beautz ul today tomorrou alu ays Your Veddmg Portrazt JOHN AMBORN STUDIO 7085 Avenue G Phone DR 2 4151 Mrs wlnmm Thomas Kntley nee Mlss Duane Foster FMHS Class of 1955 New Shoes for School are a Must, and the EITMAN SHOE STORE 723 Avenue G, IS the place to go. Vick: Super is buymg the latest style ladies, foshnon shoes from Tom Smollwood. 'f , Is by O A uf - - I . . MUSICAL INSTRUMENT REPAIR Where? 2301 Avenue E How? Excellent Workmanshlp Assured? Yes Guaranteed' 2 'Nw ,ze Nruzpg I R ma I' 'li' -1- "N GOOD LUCK SENIORS YOUR WORK IS JUST BEGINNING Iluszc the natzonal language Ilusrc the mternatzonal language Muszc the celestzal l guage It calms the angry And Lt mspzres man I1 s Thef est In sfereophonnc sou d so says Kelly .-4' FORT MADISON READY MIX CO MCC be to Nancy Tho s I de o strahng ihe Iafest Carl G Brockman Owner "' s"""P""""s "' THE HARRY REMPE Dlal Drake 2 4183 After hours Dlal Drake 2 23081 13th and Avenue I Complzments Adverhsers 0 the have you ever siopped AMERICAN to thunk how much teenagers PAPER PRODUCTS spend In one year? . I I 'f ' I g 'FS A 1 t ,Uk ., , ' -V'- "I 1505: an - I J 1 I '. X. 9? 'E mf . . . Q, lf Q4 Q5 I - ' m - I ' I ., I :Ei I f ACKN OWLEDG EM ENTS To the Staff for therr hard work and co operatlon ln producing the 1959 Madlsonlan To Mrs Jean Everlngham our advlsor for service above and beyond the call ot duty To the Photographers John Amborn for understanding our needs and making them realntxes wlth his supurb photography Roger Barttlet for bemg at the right place Bob Fahey for helpxng us make the 60 second deadlines To the AMERICAN YEARBOOK CO for thelr ex cellant work and andlvndual attention To Fred Stoeker for hrs conslderatlon and heip to an unexperlenced editor To the admnnxstratron organizations and students for their co operation THANKS TO ALI. ofa-'Z'-lv . . I . I . 1 at the right time - - - . . , I . . AUTOGRAPHS ALITCGRAPHS


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