Fremont High School - Fi Hi Yearbook (Fremont, IA)

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m y Y , -1 ,z iF. . , , frm: A, ,-442'-' 34" A-,ff - ' :i-5'1s!','? , -v,rL., .f?ggmf ., I 13 .ngim , 1 , . . ' rm .mxrxr k'N'MUHf' . 'NYJ EVM-5 4 . 5 V r Superintendenfs Message You Seniors are graduating from high school into a society which t't' and a society which needs leaders. You can go is highly compe 1 ive, through life by holding on to the coat tails of your fellowmen, or you can be at the front pulling others up to a higher standard of living. I am certain every member of this class has the potential ability to do much for his fellowmen, and it is my hope and prayer you will fulfill this obligation I am happy to have had the opportunity of serving as your ' t m Superintendent the four years you attended high school. Please accep y congratulations on your achievement and my thanks for your good cooperation I wish each of you a life filled with Joy, happiness and success. Raymond H. Byer s Board of Education FRONT ROW: F. A. Walls, Trehsurer, Wayne B, Lee, President, Robert B Fell, Secretary. BACK ROW: Lysle' Barker, Slacvy Reinwand, Clifford R. Dodge, Deane- H, Dinsmorc. Fremont Public School DONALD E. COSLET Physical Education WARREN DEAN TOUT Social Studies KEITH WATTS RICHARD B. ABERNATHY Principal Commercial ln Shop Music MRS. JOSEPH WO R LL Science lm Math. R E English And Home Ec. s RAYMOND HAMMERSLEY MISS FAYE TOWNSEND Grades 7 8: 8 Grades 5 Am 6 MRS. DWIGHT PICKEN Grades 3 Lu 4 MRS. IRVIN MAY MRS. ADRIAN JERPBAK Kindergarten Grades 1 L Z K if X Lf 4 l 'MQ' Q-K Q, Y ' r Q ,. l"' .fi Q 4 ' 6:14 .Vyy '. BILLIE MOFFAT Basketball . Glee Club . Baseball . . Track . . . Clall Play Band .... Letter Qub 1 "Swabbla" -L JOSEPH WESTBROOK FELL Glee Club. . . Manager .... Clan Officer . Class Play . . . King Candidate . lIJoeIl 'c NANCY ELLEN LEE "Tillie" B8lketball...... Glu Club. . . . Sextei..... . D. M.Quartet. . . Clan Offlcer . . Clan Play . . . . . ,r H 9 . ran - ff ",J'1, 'm 1- .- 4-215 V Track Band . JAREN GENE VAN DEN HEUVEL "Dutchman" Soloxst ....,..... . . Glee Club . . . D. M, Quartet . . Double Quartet . . Basketball . . . Class Play . . DONALD GENE WELCH Class Play . . Glee Club . . Band .... "Smokey" DARLENE MAE BIESHAAR I IDeel I Treasurer Basketball ......... I- Glee Club . . . . .1- Class Play. . . . . 3 - Sextet .... . . . Band ..... . . l- Class Officer . . . , ,,.e. ,wr 10 ' ' MARY JO ANN PIPER "Jerry mo" Se Basketball .... Cheerleader . . . Clan Officer . . cr etary Queen Candidate . . Glee Club ..... Sextet. .. . . Class Play . . JANET JOAN GORDON "F renchieh Vice Basketball .... Glee Club . . . . Class Officer . . Queen Candidate . Clase Play. . . -President DAVID CLEO ROQUET "Ro Pres Track ..... Basketball . . Baseball. . Glee Club . . Class Play . . Clan Officer . King Candidate ck" ident 'I ll CAROL LIL IAN ST ORM "Stormy" Basketball ........... Glee Club . . Chu Play . . X -v JERRY LEE McLANDSBOROUGH "Frank" Glee Club ....... . .Z-3 Clan Play. . . . . 'I L 4' ' 2 N 3 4 he , ,w- Class History At the beginning of our Freshman year, August 28, 1950, there were 17 in our classg Paul Allman, Barbara Barker, Darlene Bieshaar, Joe Blunk, Joe Fell, Janet Gordon, Nancy Lee, Frances Longcor, Raymond Meinders, Bill Moffat, Mary Jo Piper, David Roquet, Carol Storm, Jaren Van Den Heuvel, Eddie Webb, Donnie Welch, and Ronnie Winner. We lost Ronnie the first semester, but gained Ted Kudart the second, so in number we were still the same. We began our econd year of high school with two new students, Mary Robb and Jerry McLandsborough. However having lost Eddie Webb and Paul Allman at the end of our Freshman year, our class roll remained at 17 and included the following: Barbara Barker, Darlene Bieshaar, Joe Blunk Joe Fell, Janet Gordon, Nancy Lee, Frances Longcor, Raymond Meinders, Bill Moffat, Mary Jo Piper, David Roquet, Carol Storm, Jaren Van Den Heuvel, Donnie Welch, and Ted Kudart. Two of our classmates left during the course of the year, - Joe Blunk the first semester and Ted Kudart the second. During the following summer, Raymond Meinders trans- ferred to another school and Mary Robb moved away, leaving but 13 of us as we began our Junior year: Barbara Barker, Darlene Bieshaar, Joe Fell, Janet Gordon, Nancy Lee, Frances Longcor, Jerry McLandsborough, Bill Moffat, Mary Jo Piper, David Roquet, Carol Storm, Jaren Van Den Heuvel, and Donnie Welch. We were sorry to lose two students that year: Frances Longcor left us the first semester and Barbara Barker the second, reducing our number to eleven. We are now up to our Senior year with the same eleven members that finished the preceding year: Darlene Bieshaar, Joe Fell, Janet Gordon, Nancy Lee, Jerry McLandsborough, Bill Moffat, Mary Jo Piper, David Roquet, Carol Storm, Jaren Van Den Heuvel, Donnie Welch. J Ten of us completed the four years of high school together Darlene Bieshaar, Joe Fell, Janet Gordon, Nancy Lee, Bill Moffat, Mary Jo Piper, David Roquet, Carol Storm, Jaren Van Den Heuvel, and Donnie Welch. Two of us, Janet Gordon and Joe Fell, have gone all the way through school together. Joseph W . Fell y , ,-n A4 -' . 1 , f .Q.....1lc-- ., L, , Prophecy CLASS OF 1954 In the year 1964 I decided to spend a two week vacation at the McLandsborough Resort in Fremont, Iowa, and look up my old friends and classmates . I boarded a plane out of Chicago at 10:00 A. M. and arrived at the Ottumwa Airport at 10:30 A. M. A newspaper boy sold me a Fremont Gazette paper. The headlines read: "BILLIE NEIL MOFFAT Of Fremont dis charged from the Navy after 10 years of service." It seems the admiral had reached the point where he was forced to separate the men from the boys. The next day, after having arrived in Fremont, I had a chance to see Bill, handsome as ever and in bell bottomsg he told me that he was playing it as cagey as ever and that so far Faye's bankroll was holding up rather well. I decided to take in a movie at the local theater before going out to the Mel. andsborough Resort the next morning. I was surprised to see that the star of the show was "Nicky Teen," Hollywood's newest sensation since Marilyn Monroe, and I recognized him as my old classmate, DONNIE WELCH. The next morning I went out to the McLandsborough Resort , located on the highest knob in Crackers Neck. When I reached the Showplace, I was very surprised to be greeted by another old class' mate, for Jerry's hostess and private secretary was none other than NANCY LEE. I walked' into the lobby and was very pleased to meet JANET GORDON. She explained to me that she is now touring with a pro- fessional basketball team, "The All-American Miniatures," the wor1d's shortest girls team, and one of the best. I heard from the other players that she was the star and modest as ever. I discovered on the lobby bulletin board one morning, a poster of the "Flying Dutchmenn racing drivers, who were appear- ing in Ottumwa the following week. The head driver was JAREN VAN DEN HEUVEL, an old resident of Fremont. Mr. McLandsborough told me that .Taren and his daring Dutchmen were going to stay at the resort. One evening while watching 3-dimensional television, who flashed on the screen but my old classmate, DARLENE BIESHAAR, doing singing commercials. The next program that came on was the one everyone had been raving about for weeks called "Rockets from Roquet," with DAVID ROQUET as master of ceremonies. It was a quiz program where each contestant had a chance to fly a mile for a rocket. During my stay, the National Federation of Women's Clubs held their annual convention at the resort. I was very happy when I was invited by the president to attend an afternoon teag and who should she be but CAROL STORM. It was easy to see how Carol had gained her position for she still possessed the same pleasing personality she had in high school. I boarded a plane the next morning to make a business trip to Washington for my boss. As I settled myself in my seat for the long trip someone next to me was struggling with her safety belt. She wasn't as handy with it as she was with those bandages back in our old First-Aid class of 1954. Sure enough, it was MARY JO PIPER. She told me that she was going on her vacation from the Ottumwa hospital where she had been head nurse for the last five years. When I arrived in Washington, I visited some of the government buildings and when I went through Congress I noticed that all the rep- resentatives were carrying large dictionaries. I later found out that JOSEPH WESTBROOK FELL, an honest-to-goodness hometown boy, had just been nominated Speaker of the House, a democrat, of course. I boarded my plane to Chicago. I leaned back in my seat and thought about the past two weeks I had spent visiting my former class- mates . Cleo Sterling Sue Siegrist Senior Class Will of 1954 We, the Senior Class of "54" of the Fremont High School, hav- ing come to the end of four years of high school, do hereby publish and declare the following as our last will and testament. We willed as seemed fit and wise without advice Ol' counsel from anyone and without being influenced in the least by past favors or disfavors, past kindness or un- kindness. We bequeath to the following persons all property, giving them an absolute title: To the Juniors, we will our positions as Seniors, knowing they will never quite fulfill the high standard we have established. Our south side of the assembly and our so-called seniority P-rivilegeg, our flaps meetings, and our ability to get things done on time. To the Sophomores, we will our quietness, good behavior, and our ability to get along with the teachers. To the Freshmen, we leave our love for studying, our willing- ness to work and memories of high school days. The separate personnel of the class wishes to leave to our less fortunate underclassmen, our earthly abilities, excellencies and virtues, as follows: Carol Storm leaves her many complaints to Janet Birdg also her numerous diets to Betty Keasling. Her good nature she wills to Clair Anderson, which we feel Clair can make good use. Jerry Mcbandsborough and Jaren Van Den Heuvel leave their curly hair to Raymond Welch and Joan Roquet. Jerry also leaves his way with the opposite sex to Rex Dinsmore hoping Rex realized the value of this gift. Bill Moffat leaves his many trips to Oskaloosa to Bill Clark and Harold Stull. He wills his habit of losing his class ring to Jerry Van Zomereng his long shots in basketball, which he never misses, to Ronnie Schmitz and his tardiness to Cleo Sterling. Darlene Bieshaar leaves her pet parakeet "Mickey" to Sue Siegrist. She wills her gifts from the Army to Shirley Dunn hoping Shirley will appreciate them as much as Darlene. " 15 Nancy Lee wills her many activities in 4H to Edith Knowler and Jo Anne Baxter. Her shorthand books to Letha Scharff and Mary- linn Van Zomeren and her baby sitting jobs to Jane Estes. Donnie Welch wants Larry Welch to inherit his nickname "Smoky" and his enjoyable trips to town during noon hour he leaves to Dick Lee. Janet Gordon wills her Cedar class ring to Twyla Clark know- ing Twyla will honor it as Janet has done, her letters from the Army and Navy she leaves to Shirley Cowman and Annette Cox and her ability to blush to Rex Baxter. Jaren Van Den Heuvel leaves his neat bookkeeping papers to Gerald Roquet and Larry Dodge: his way with the teachers to Shirley Piper, Darlene Bieshaar, Nancy Lee, and Janet Gordon leave their positions on the basketball team to Marlene Crowe, Jo Anne Van Zomeren, and Kay Barker, Mary Jo Piper leaves her numerous letters from the Navy to Vivian Rhoads and Nadine Jacobs. Her cheerleading position to Annette Cox and her many colors of hair to Eileen Meinders and Connie Jacobs hoping they can create as many beautiful shades as Mary Jo did. Bill Moffat and Dave Roquetjointly bequeath their basketball suits ' to Weldon 'Blanchard and Gary Crouse. Dave also leaves his skating skill to Judy Batterson and Phyllis Halliburton. His Ford car he wills to Bob Buereker as long as Bob maintains as good a driving record as Dave. Joe Fell wills his textbooks such asg encyclopedia and dictionaries to Donnie Brand, his well-grooming to Tony Cook and his heighth to Bob Webster. The Senior Class of 1954 hereby sets its hand and seal on this document the 30th day of April in the year of our Lord, one thousand nine hundred and fifty-four. Janet G or don Darlene Bie shaar naccnnunznrs sl-znvxcns coMMr:NcrMr:N'r rxnncrsrs Hlqh School Auditorium Sunday. May 18. 1954 - 8:00 pm. Processlonal --- Invocation ......... "Green Cathedral" ..----- Sue Sleqrist --- Rev. R. Underwood "Cradle Song" .... .... K Girls Glee Club Scripture Reading ........... "Stranger of Galilee" Sermon, "Standing "O' Land Of Ours" Benediction ...... Recessional .... Rev. Linda Tolby ---- .Iaren Van Den Heuvel In The Gap" - Rev. Linda Tolby ----- Double Mixed Quartet --- Rev. R. Underwood ------- Sue Sieqrist High School Auditorium Tuesday. May 18. 1954 - 8:00 p.m. Invowfion --- ........ Rev. R. Underwood "Warming Up" "Village Chapel" -8 .......... High School Band Address, "The Future Is Yours" - Rev. Paul M. Hann Pastor, First Methodist Church, Ottumwa, Iowa "Come To The Fair" ............. Girls Seng: "Bells Of St. Mary's" . .... Boys Double Quartet Presentation of Class .- Supt. Raymond H. Byers Presentation of Diplomas ........ Wayne B. Lee Pres., Board of Education BSY1GdiCfi01'1 ---- ....... R ev. R. Underwood CLASS ROLL. 'Darlene Mae Bleshaar 'Joseph Westbrook Fell 'Nancy Ellen Lee 'Janet Joan Gordon Jeny Lee McLandsborouqh Mary Jo Ann Piper Billie -Nell Moffat 'David Cleo Roquet Carol Lillian Storm 'Jaren Gene Van Den Heuvel '--Honor Students Donald Euqene Welch Class Colors Class Flower Class Motto Valedictorian .... Salutatorian Aqua cmd Silver Yellow Carnation "From Dreams to Reality Nancy Ellen Lee Joseph Westbrook Fell I xx I Q Q Junior Class .M . . CLEO STERLING BILL CLARK NADINE JACOBS SUE SIEGRIST President Vice-Pres. Secretary Treasurer yi, ' 'Y .vu 1 Sw 59 CLAIR ANDERSON REX BAXTER JO ANNE BAXTER SHIRLEY COWMAN N fs ,F 5531: any wg J iff' f 6 W? 5. qv Q, 3 355' -E' at M 3, ,1.ig,,,,,,:ifg K LZ f2',f"lf Q is 5 sf ANNETTE COX MARLENE CROWE LARRY DODGE SHIRLEY DUNN VIVIAN RHOADS RONNIE SCHMITZ. BOB WEBSTER JERRY VA M 3 li fsj . ,f " f if V 'ki ' 'qi 93 5 It FN JW fx. ..,., ga, ,hm TONY COOK EDITH KNOW LER I, xl ,,. 4 , ,,v2 5 It M. 3, . Q 1 : 1 :::i':::':j'. . 1 N ZOMEREN 19 3 Sophomore Class DICK LEE KAY BARKER PHYLLIS HALLIBURTON JOAN VAN ZOMEREN President Vice-Pres, Secretary Treasurer JANET BIRD DONNIE BRAND ROBERT BUREKER GARY CRILL GARY CROUSE DON LUTHER SHIRLEY PIPER GERALD ROQUET LARRY WELCH RAI MOND WELCH Z0 P' .4 Freshman Class REX DINSMORE JOAN ROQUET TWYLA CLARK President Vice-Pres. Sec.-Trean. JUDY BATTERSON WELDON BLANCHARD JANE ESTES CONNIE JACOBS BETTY KEASLING EDWARD LEE EILEEN MEINDERS LETHA SCHARFF HAROLD STULL MARYLINN VAN ZOMEREN Z1 . lr Eighth Grade RICHARD AKERMAN REX ANDERSON HARLAN CAVES MARGARET COGHLAN JEAN BENNETT KAY BIRD LINDA COOK ARNOLD CROWE - , 4113, ' ' , Qi ,mf F li kg ,ga I ,A fm-W - - . I A A --" LARRY DINSMORE ERWEN EI-IRENHARD JANICE LARSON DOUGLAS LATHAM Pl-IYLIS MAIN JIMMY ESTES WILLIS HOFFMAN IEANEEN MULLEN JACK VALLANDINGHP M Seventh Grade LOIS ADAMS CAROLYN BAXTER JOYCE BUREKER SUE CARTER STEVEN CHILE I than .. - ' ,sf -, 1 ew W? 1 1 4 . J 3 x , R in Il sill if at I f i . ' A ,Ya ,Aki 4 atv! KAY DUNN JERRY ESTES MARILYN HOSKINS JAMES KLICKER LINDA KNOWLER I3 ...vi Wd' I KAY LEE ROBERT LEE JAMES MAY BONNIE MULLEN KAY PIPER Nm-.us - r' SUE LUTHER .IANY CE WORRELL ROBERT WINNER CLARISSE AUBREY I al 5 I an Fourth Grade RACHEAL BICKEL LOUISE BIESHAAR DENNIS BUREKER ROBERT BYERS CARRY DUNN DIANE EHRENHARD JUSTIN ESTES ' SHERYL FUNK JAMES GARBISON DWIGHT HELM CAROL HULTS ALLEN MCKIE i l BOBBY PIPER NANCY RINGELESTEIN RONNIE UPTON SALLY VALLANDINGHAM CAROL WINNERS Seventh Grade LOTS ADAMS CAROLYN BAXTER JOYCE BUREKER SUE CARTER STEVEN CRILE .K , A ' I 1.: 1 . A , - is " QQ in af T 1 4, ' 3' 3 w,1?"' P , i 4 rf 3 'muff' ' 9 E Q -, f F M f W' if Q- A ' wg 'Y' E i 1 4' if Ai - V f Q KAY DUNN JERRY ESTES MARILYN HOSKINS JAMES KLICKER LINDA KNOWLER KAY LEE ROBERT LEE JAMES MAY BONNIE MULLEN KAY PIPER Q q .E W :' -1 0' ff IV SUE LUTHER IANYCE WORRELL ROBERT WINNER CLARISSE AUBREY Sixth Grade JUDY ADAMS DANNY ARGANBRIGHT RONNIE CLARK MARY COLLINS I 5 LARRY DEUTCHLE .AI it DIANNE MARTIN is ix.- .mxg tg S-'iY'QV M X X ET HEL SWANSON JOHN GARBISON FRED HELM JUDY KLICKER i I J 5 JANICE MCCURDY SUSAN MCNICHOLS SANDRA PEARSON V Q' :E ,.,1wx ,'f?H- CONNIE TOWNS JUDY VALLANDINGHAM LARKIN VAN DEN HEUVEL DIXIE COOK I E' gigiffigig A Iiasaffsza Digit? if MICHEAL LANGFORD PATTY PIPER RONNIE WEBSTER nun qraae LYNN AKERMAN LINDA AUBREY JOAN CROWE ROGER BATTERSON SANDRA COW MAN KEITH DINSMORE STEVEN EHRENHARD , ,Wpw ARM, CHARLENE HULTS NANCY HYNICK JANICE KLICKER SANDRA LEE JANET MEINDERS BEVERLY RHOADS JOHN RINGELESTEIN 1 is Fourth Grade RACHEAL BICKEL LOUISE BIESHAAR DENNIS BUREKER ROBERT BYERS GARRY DUNN DIANE EHRENHARD JUSTIN ESTES ' SHERYL FUNK JAMES GARBISON DWIGHT HELM CAROL HULTS ALLEN MCKIE BOBBY PIPER NANCY RINGELESTEIN RONNIE UPTON SALLY VALLANDINGHAM CAROL WINNERS 'num Ljrade POLLY ADAMS KAY AKERMAN JOE ALLEY GARY BATTERSON 1 RICHARD CLARK MARALYN CROWE LEE CRILE CONNIE HULTS BARBARA I-IYNICK TRUDY JACOBS S 'Q LELAND CLA RK LINDA CRILE JIMMIE LEE CHERYL MCCAFFREE JUDY MCCURDY ALLEN PERKINS DUANE SHADLEY JACQUELINE TOWNS 2 I 3 3 Second Grade BRUCE ARGANBRIGI-H MAURICE CROWE JANICE ESTES JIMMIE FERRELL KAREN LAKE YQ' STEVEN FORTNI-:Y DAVID FUNK J. c. HOSKINS KITTY 1-'ELLERS DIANA HYNICK LARRY LEE MIKE LEE STEPHEN FORTNEY JUSTINE LEVESAY FORREST NEWTON 41' .Q-wh Ag, L L .ji , if 3 , K . T nf E'Q?..f T ROBERT SWANSON JOANN RELLA WILLIAMS GERALD JERON BLANCHARD JERRY COWMAN 28 VANDE KIEFT VAN DRIMMELEN ,M First Grade SANDRA BAXTER JERRY BEACH SHARON BINNS BARBARA BIGGS JUDY BROWN BERNARD CRILE NITA DEUTSCI-ILE MARY KIME LEE ROY KEASLING CAROL LEAZER CONNIE MARLIN LARRY MCCURDY MELVIN MCKIE. PATRICIA NEWPORT RICHARD NEWTON DLANNE PEARSON LOUISE UPTON HOLLIS EDWARD VAN DEN HEUVEL VALLANDINGHAM MITCHELL SCHWARTZ ROBERT TOWNS 2 4197 v'W'y,v 7 f U lil it ,-0 T1 n DIANA WORRELL LARRY VAN WEELDEN Z9 P Kindergarten KEITH BICKEL DARELD BINNS KATHY CLARK LINZY COLLINS DENNIS ESTES JOHN ESTES DENNY FERRELL MIKE LAKE JUDY MARLIN MARTIN SCHARFF SI-IARYN VELDHUIZEN MIKE WILSON JANET WAKELEY 30 Junior Class Senior Class Fifth and Sixth Grades ROW l: Beverly Rhoads, Keith Dinsrnore, Charlene Hults, Janet Meinderg. ROW Z: Miss Townsend, Sandra Lee, Sandra Cowman, Joan Crowe, Linda Aubrey, ROW 3: Nancy Nynick, Steve Ehrenhard, Roger Batterson, John Ringelestein, Lynn Akerman ROW 1: Connie Towns, Mary Collins, Dixie Cook, Ethel Swanson, Sandra Pearsor, Judy Adams. ROW 2: Miss Townsend, Dianne Martin, Sue McNichols, Patty Piper, Fred Helm, Janice McCurdy, Judy Vallandingham ROW 5: Danny Arganbright, Mike Langford, Ronnie Webster, Larry Deutschle, James Garbison, Larkin Van Den Heuvel, Ronnie Clark A Our Cooks 1 . 4 .di- ,'L?Lf ff ., ,.,. , I, , DIANNE MARTIN, MRS. BARKER, MRS. GORDON, MRS. LATHAM. Kindergarten -In ROW 1: Martin Scharff, Janet Wakely, Shax-yn Veldhuizen, Charlotte Clark, Judy Marlin, Linzy Collins. ROW L: Keith Bickel, Derald Binns, John Estes, Mike Lake, Denny Ferrell, Dennis Estes p -. 'Q v - i South Side of Assembly Annual Staff North Side of Assembly Visual Educational Equipment R of-1 If be in Carnival King and Queen 012, 'Vo Candidates For King and Queen ROW 1: Dave Roquet, Janet Goidon, Ricliard Akerman, Edith Knowler, Ronnie Schmitz ROW Z: Rex Dinsmore. Connie Jacobs, Jeaneen Mullen, Shirley Piper, Bob Bureker x N N Boy's Basketball Team ROW 1: Harold Stull, Bill Clark, Rex Dinsmore, Dave Roquet, Claire Anderson, Dick Lee, Rex Baxter. ROW Z: Weldon Blanchard, Larry Dodge, Bob Bureker, Tony Cook, Ronnie Schmitz, Bob Webster, Ed Lee, Larry Welch, Jerry Van Zomeren, Manager Girl's Basketball Team ROW 1: Phyllis Halliburton, Nadine Jacobs, Nancy Lee, Janet Gordon, Sue Siegrisi, Jane Estes. ROW Z: Joanne Van Zomeren, Vivian Rhoads, Shirley Dunn, Darlene Bieahaar, Connie Jacobs, Shirley Cowman, Mrs, Joseph Worrell, Chaperone Baseball Team ROW 1: Dave Roquet, Tony Cook, Ed Lee, Harold Stull, Bob Webster, Jerry Van Zomeren Manager, ROW Z: Bill Clark, Bob Bureker, Rex Baxter, Claire Anderson, Dick Lee, Rex Dinsmore Track Team ROW 1: Rex Dinsmore, Harold Stull, Ed Lee, Jerry Van Zomeren. ROW Z: Bob Bureker, Dick Lee, Claire Anderson, Bob Webster. Girls' Junior High Basketball Team ROW 1: Phyllis Main, Linda Knowler, Linda Cook, Jeanne Bennett, Kay Piper, ROW Z: Sue Carter, Kay Lee, Janice Larson, Janyce Worrell, Carolyn Baxter, Joyce Bureker, and Jeaneen Mullen, Cheerleader. Bo s' Junior High Basketball Team . ROW 1: Richard Akerman, Larry Dinsmore, Jim Estes, Rex Anderson, I-Iarlen Caves ROW Z: Jerry Estes, Jack Vallandingham, Willis Hoffman, Douglas Latham, Robert Lee, James May, Manager Girl's Glee Club Boy's Glee Club Girls' Sextet Twyla Clark, Nadene Jacobs, Vivian Rhoads, Phyllis Halliburton Connie Jacobs, Mary Jo Piper, ,Bo s' Double Quartet ROW l: Jerry Van Zomeren, Raymond Welch, Larry Dodge, Bob Webster ROW Z: Larry Welch, Donnie Brant, Jaren Van Den Heuvel, Rex Dinamore Band Double Mixed Quartet X A iw X59 cqufog 'mpgs K g, A pi ,J jigs ,uw W A L S W 0 R T H l..n.qn,m..a A Bona by WALBUOITH BIUTHERB luedno lo.. U. S. A. J' 1 mv A Q, ,K -Lf'-635 4,-if' L M. ig?" ' I 1 4 1' . s F6-wif 1 44 , w. .n -: ff, , -FM ' 1 5 Q -m.. N .M Qi -,H he 5.2: 5,2 L v Q . .4 ' 1 -X . 'Vx 4 ,151 w M 51 ,' ar hr ., ,-3 v f11'?1 ",' 'T' , u 4 u-Wzvtb' .7 Q ' , A-fill, Z K F . R . 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MATEER On The Pella Road Sheriff DAVIS PAINT STORE Paint - Wallpaper - Gifts Phone 3-5698 Oskaloosa, Iowa KALBACH LUMBER CO. Lumber And Building Materials Oskaloosa, Iowa CRYSTAL CLEANERS 110 Second Avenue East -f,Harry,r Max And Ralph Sheesley fig. , sk 3 it I Q ,Q.f1,,, L. 'Parking Problem'-Use Our Drive 'OSkaloosa, Iowa ,N . ,I 1 1 in UPTON 8: COLVILLE Firestone Phone 3-3413 Oskaloosa, Iowa 31 . v T W. .., 'H B O O S T E R S Of Oskaloosa, Iowa TAYLOR BARBER 8: BEAUTY SHOP :e::ef::f:I:::f:4f::::4f:e::::::f JOHNSON AVIATION kkiiik OSKALOOSA 'RADIATOR SERVICE ikvkikwwiv STANLEY'S DINER Wiikik CLINE'S TEXACO SERVICE ivwikikvt REESE D-X SERVICE wvivki WOODARD GARAGE :::::::::so:o:f:af:If::: ETHEL HACKLEY REAL ESTATE waozoccxsxfxfwkaw WILCOX WALLPAPER 81 PAINT :o::o:::o:0::::::Rf.f::f BON-TON BAKERY wrakwsaeeaxvwscxz HOLVERSON SHOE HOSPITAL ,:o:f:kxf:eo:::e::e::.':a': THE LOOS SEED COMPANY ::fa:aw::::::::::e:::fSf:::::0mf::fa: GRIFF ITH CUT RATE DRUG ::::'f:::::::e:a'::'f::::::x:x:x: RALPH VAN ZETTEN PRODUCE COMPANY :e::e:::0:::e::ew:::af::fvfxo::::o:::z::::af OSKALOOSA GLASS al MILL WORKS ikkkvkkkikwiik WALRAVEN IMPLEMENT iikikkikikkii COWAN at AKERMAN SHOE vikkkikiivkik CLIFF'S LEATHER SHOP kkiiivvkikk FREEMAN MOTOR COMPANY iviiihvkikii CARPENTER MOTOR COMPANY RWWXTWTXYWWW I LEROY E. 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