Galva High School - Galvacade Yearbook (Galva, IA)

 - Class of 1956

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To you who wish to hold '56 as a special year in your memories . . . we give this 'AYOU can a1WaYS but' . . . The 1956 GALVACADE at lower prices from us." The STAFF 4 ,,,,,gq,i.,,:w.s1-: ff yew V' ,L cnwi , vp' vp ',,,'v K- My 1.. . I ' rv' U .,4 A A ff.-x ig Cgfa , X I O in I ,Q I '.'w .. -'QWT v 1 , '. lf". v 7 s , 1,7 Q ,sm lf. 1" 'g 'g, . 5 ., M ISS WAN BERG To our teacher, dramatic director, and counselor, we, the staff, wish to pay our sincere tribute. To her we owe much and we shall always remember her for . . . success- ful class plays . . . the guidance she has lent to each and everyone . . . her never tiring efforts . . . her unfailing humor and wisdom . . . and her charm- ing personality. To you, Miss Vlfanherg, we respectfully dedicate the 1956 GALVACADE. The Staff We Dad 75.7 -, Editor Advisor ,.... .. ..,v,,.A,.. I .I Business Manager ., , Business Staff ,7,,,,7,, I Faculty ,,7s. ,, Seniors , "56" GALVACADE STAFF ,L,L,L,.SALLY GRIEME RELLIHAN DIANN GRELL L. I .. , ,,., .,ss C RAIG ZABEL ROGER LEASE GARY GETZMIER RICHARD RASMUSSEN .IOHN SPEAKMAN I L SHERYL HUSTEDT CLARIS BOISON JEAN GRIEME LAVONNE NIELSEN Classes .. ,. ,, Elementary , . Athletics . Y Music ,L Activities Photographers FIRST TRUST AND SAVINGS BANK "We are banking on you." KAREN VOGE NANCY THORBERG MARILYN BOISON ALICE SPEAKMAN JERRY JENSEN DAVID BIESEMEYER MARILYN DRURY JANICE BROWN I ,Lcs KAREN PAULSEN SANDRA WEBB JUDY PAULSEN ,MBEVERLY ORTNER EVERETT COLLIN S WW M" All-Q .4q-v.4n- -3.4 414 lb I I 0 0 Q Evil MARVIN W. ZIESMER BS. Education, Drake University M.A. Educational Administration University of Minnesota Superintendent, G01.'6fHlI1.CH!, Economics and Biology To graduates and future graduates of Calva high school: To this year,s graduates. congratulations, and a salutary Hwell donef, You have earned your graduation honors with hard work and an intense desire to learn. You are ready to take your place in society whether it he as a community member, in business, or in furthering your education. Ti those who remain, may you profit from the example of the graduated and strive to attain their achievement in the years to come. Marvin W. Ziesmer Su.perinten1z'ent Superintendent Ziesiner Mrs. Maxine Mostoller Sitting, left to right: Harold Hustedt Grover Drury KINCAN, INC. and JULIUS CLEANERS both of Storm Lake, Iowa Standing: 6 Larry Spivey 0 Urban Lease 0 Z 1 4" .xi,g ,g Na, 5. Pheulie Larson. Georgia Molloy. and Laura Penrmi. I-,iw-f ' ,,'saFr' ., muigg . it F A- 1 Maxine Mostoller 0 4 Left to right: Cecil Brown 0 Bill Olson Howard Wiiitiiier 0 e George Schmidt 6 Clayton Whitlner e Eldon Koth 6 'L df THE STATE THEATER DR. ROGNFRN and DR 'XI LULLHILON '-7' -' 1 "ui i y- ' 1 l ii 1: l. ELLEN WANBERC BA.. Ilniversity of Iowa: Coloramlo State - College of I'llllll'illlUlII 3 Cedar Rapids Business School 3 English: Con1rnr'1'r'ir1lg 1 DffI!71!IlI'!'.Vj Suriology i ll F 2 ll 2 UCE HE E ,IT .S.. o so j l J Iowa Q College I tligx liysicsg l tlglirbg Drirers , T ining i, K I, . . f I. v. 1 any ,V cf' ff if' jf 1' V341 vw 7 -pg. I If X. l h J F7 if I MREX HANSMLH---I ,la-ii Buena Vista 1 " :llMCollegeg Iowa State F V I1 College N ' Junior High: General Science: Spvvclz N3 il "il, l' il W ll 'i 7 CONRAD CLAUSSEN i R E Music School in Germany K4 yearsl W Buena Vista College " Instrumental Music L lf i. ROBERT J. RELLIHAN B.A., Iowa State Teachers Collegeg Drake University Principalg Historyg' English PEGGY CHENEY B.A., Home Economics Iowa State Teachers College Home Economics X if ' as Xi, - X , in pn, A I 9 ,f asf' ,f 1 ,1 H. "BUD" KLYE B.A., Iowa State Teachers College Morningside College Manual Training Coach SHIRLEY HAMANN Buena Vista College Vocal Music GALVA UNION ELEVATOR V il ,W ,s,,,WM,f.,w,. . - K K 7 fa., --f', ,Etsy L, Viwlq-Wim ,, WALl,Y HAMANN BA. Buena Vista X College Nb" Junior High , f' Coaefll ff ff' xf,,fwWi,4f U If 'MJIPJ . J A ifffffilw a,zir'ifM X Westmar College ,Lg Fifth Grade ' gf" MH WT W I Llfgil li I 'y' , - .fi vffyqi fy UMC ,Vw My' V. 1 L f I CFM" if ,wi fly iff! ' A Dwi! 1 rg!! My 'V ,Y Ml ff , Aff S M T 4' , 1 ' ' , ' I , 1- 1 f r .X , If X, If 1 q,.,,"'f I Aff ,ivy ,ffiivi Ib fly fy DOROTHY McINT SH Morningside Col Buena Vista Colleg Third Grade if f W' ,, ,rv I f ,r WL Y My 171 Wd? ' JOA EMERS Buena Vista College Fourth Grade 5,453 5 I L T 5 WDC ii wr W MARGAFJEI' CRAWFORD Iowa State Teachers College First Grade u., ,S af, r.?,.f ' .3 CA'ff"fJ ' F' . ' . -71,1 , iii", ' if f' ki ff ,' ,P7 4 HELEN'M ff ' Buena Vista Col e E- Second Grade ,. I .f4r- . 'ut 'CEL f 1 ROBERTA WHEELER Wayne State Teachers College Kindergarten HEFFRON PHARMACY JEWELRY and BAXTER MOTORS of Ida Grove il MURRAY CREDIT . fa M Jw if N... 5 34 JL... Ni-F K I BELTS DAIRY Floyd Bvlt Qualiiy Dairy Foods Phone- 835 Storm Lake, Iowa 'If 23, 1"?i"f-i3:i .. F71-1"-13" E31131'i311:7312+iii3" A'"""?--1-"ff:A.'i'fi'i':333:-i-3-,-.-. .. " afeel 5 -15' - Ni -l ws-N .n1'n'rn'rvn'l' CAROLYN ANDERSON Quiet and efficient in her own way . . . Girls' Chorus 1, 2, 3, 4, Mixed Chorus 1, 3, 4, Band 1, 2, 3, 4, Junior Class Play 3. EVERETT COLLIN He's the only one of his kind, A nicer guy is harrl to find . . . Class Vice President 3, Class Secretary 4, Yearbook Photographer 4, Band 1, 2, 3, 4, Trumpet Trio 3, 4, Trumpet Solo 4, Brass Quartet 3, 4, Brass Sextet 3, 4, Mixed Chorus 1, 2, 3, 4, Boys' Chorus 1, 2, 3, 4, Mixed Double Quartet 4, Mixed Quartet 4, Boys' Octet 1, 2, 3, 4, Boys' Quartet 3, 4, Vocal Solo 4, Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4, Football 2, 3, 4, Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4, Track 3, 4, Junior Class Play 3. JEAN GRIEME A sweeter girl you'll never findkbut her heart's been taken so never mind . . . Basketball 1, 2, Cheerleader 3, 4, Pep Club 3, Girls' Chorus 1, 2, 3, 4, Mixed Chorus 1, 2, 3, 4, Secretary 3, Girls' Chorus President 4, Junior Class Play 3, Band 1, 2, 3, 4, Clarinet Quartet 1, 2, 3, 4, Galvacade Staff 2, 3, 4, Girls' Trio 4, Girls' Quartet 4, Tentet 4, Mixed Quartet 4, Mixed Double Quartet 4, Majorette 1, 2. DONALD WEBB A football player with a happy grin, great or small, we all like him . . . Football 1, 2, 3, 4, Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4, Track 1, 2, 3, 4, Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4, Boys' Chorus 1, Junior Class Play 3. 2 LAVONNE NIELSEN This pretty, little Senior lass, has fallen for one of last year's class . . . Band 1, 2, 3, 4, Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4, Junior Class Play 3, Queen Attendant 3, Girls' Chorus 1, 2, 3, 4, Mixed Chorus 1. 3, 4, Girls' Quartet 4, Girls' Chorus Secretary 4, Class Secretary 2, Softball 4, Tentet 4, Head Librarian 2, 3, 4, Clarinet Quartet 3, 4, Galva- Cade Staff 3, 4, Mixed Quartet 4, Mixed Double Quar- tet 4. ROGER SCHNEIDER If I were mayor of the town, I'd sell the school or tear it flown . . . Football 2, 3, Baseball 1, 2, Boys' Chorus 1, 2, 3, 4, Mixed Chorus 4. JOANN Rosen It 1loe.sn't matter how you write her name, because we know it won't stay the same . . . Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4, Softball 4, Girls' Chorus 1, 2, 3, 4, Mixed Chorus 3, 4, Senior Class Play 3. RICHARD RASMUSSEN ,last like a broken mirror in the san, l'm full of bright cracks . . . Football 1, 2, 3, 4, Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4, Track 1, 2, 3, 4, Galvacade Staff 4, Junior Class Play 3, Boys' Chorus 1, 2, 3, 4, Mixed Chorus 2, 3, 4. COLE MOTORS DR. WHITESIDE SPORTSMAN, INC. fall of Storm Lakel i Vg?-if SALLY GRIEME A smile she has for everyone-Thut's why we think she is a lot of fun . . . Band 1, 2, 3, 4, Girls' Chorus 1, 2, 3, 4, Clarinet Quartet 1, 2, 3, 4, Pep Band 1, Mixed Chorus 1, 2, 3, 4, Girls' Sextet 1, 4, Girls' Octet 1, 2, 3, Girls' Quartet 3, 4, Tentet 4, Galvacade Staff 2, 3, Galvacade Editor 4, Basketball 1, Cheerleader 2, 3, 4, Pep Club 2, 3, Homecoming Queen 4, ,lunior Class Play 3, Major- ette 1, 2. FRANKLIN WINSLOW, With his quiet nature and ready smile, he'll make a man that is really worth while . . . Track 3, 4, Football 4, Football Manager 3, Basketball 1, 2, Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4, Boys' Chorus 1, 3, Mixed Chorus 1, 3. DIANN GRELL If at first you rion't succeed, try another brand of lip- stick . . . Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4, Softball 4, Girls' Chorus 1, 2, 3, 4, Mixed Chorus 1, 3, 4, Mixed Double Quartet 3. 4, Mixed Quartet 3, 4, Galvacade Staff 3, Galvacade Business Manager 4, Drum Majorette 1, 2, 3, 4, Girls' Trio 4, Tentet 4, ,lunior Class Play 3, Girls' Quartet 3, 4, Girls' Octet 1, 2, Cless Secretary 1. RAYMOND PETERSEN Because a man 1loesn't talk, it's no sign he has nothing to say . . . Track 1, 2, Football 3, Boys' Chorus 3, 4, Mixed Chorus 4. VOCKERY GAS and ELECTRIC HOLLARAN MOTOR CO. MOORE FURNITURE THE KING THEATER Call of Ida Grovel QR? SHERYL HUSTEDT llliglity sweet, mighty wise, fun just twinlrles in her eyes . . . Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4, Softball 4, Girls' Chorus 1, 2. 3, 4, Mixed Chorus 1, 3, 4, Mixed Quartet 4, Mixed Double Quartet 2. 3, 4, Band 1. 2. 3, 4, Pep Band 1, 2, 3, 4, Clarinet Quartet 1, 2, 3, 4, Clarinet Solo 4, Girls' Quartet 3, 4, Girls' Sextet 1, 3, 4, Tentet 4, Class Viee President 2, Band Vice President 2, Girls' Chorus Li- brarian 4, Queen Attendant 2, Galvaeade Staff 1, 2, 3, 4, ,lunior Class Play 3, Pep Club 3, Girls' Oetet 1, 2. GERALD JENSEN A football man, a basketball man, and last but not least a larlies' man . . . Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4, llaseball 2, 3. 4, Track 1. 2. 3, 4, Football 1. 2, 3, 4, Class President 2, junior Class Play 3, Boys' Chorus 3. 4: Mixed Chorus 3, 4, Galvaeade Staff 2. 3, 4. MARILYN DRURY She's as neat as a pin and just as sharp . . . Girls' Chorus 1, 2, 3. 4, Mixed Chorus 1, 3, 4, Girls' Sextet 1, 2, 3: Girls' Quartet 4, Tentet 4, Girls' Trio 4, Band 1. 2. 3, 4, Clarinet Quartet 3. 4, Basketball 1, 2, 4, Class Treasurer 1, Galvaeade Staff 2, 3, 4, Junior Class Play 3, Basket- ball Manager 2, 4, Pep Club 2. LEo MURRAY With all the girls in the Senior Class, he had to fall for a HOLSTEIN lass . . . Baseball 1, 2, Boys' Chorus 1, 2. 3, 4, Mixed Chorus 1, 2, 3, 4, Boys' Oetet 4. A 'lb' ROGER LEASE Always happy, never sad, sometimes naughty, but never had . . . Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4, Football 1, 2, 3, 4, Track 1, 2, 3, 4, Boys' Chorus 1, 2, 3, 4, Boys' Octet 1, 2, 3, 4, Boys' Quartet 4, Mixed Double Quartet 3, 4, Mixed Quar- tet 4, Mixed Chorus 1, 2, 3, 4, Vocal Solo 3, 4, Class President 1, 3, 4, Junior Class Play 3, Band 1, 2, 3, 4, Brass Quartet 3, 4, Trumpet Trio 3, 4. LUCILLE GRAPEVINE I'm not curious, I just like to know things . . . Girls' Chorus 1, 2, 3, 4, Mixed Chorus 2, 4, Tentet 4, Sextet 4, Softball 4, Junior Class Play 3. ROGER CRISTENSEN He's quiet, but that's more than we can say for his ear . . . Boys' Chorus 3, 4, Mixed Chorus 4, Track 3, Base- ball 1, 2. SANDRA WEBB A sparkling eye, a light step, here is a gal with lots of pep . . . Pep Club 3, Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4, Softball 4, Cheerleader 3, 4, Queen Attendant 1, Girls' Chorus 1, 2, 3, 4, Mixed Chorus 3, 4, Galvacade Staff 3, 4, ,lunior Class Play 3, Senior Class Play 3. CRAIG ZABEL Goodness, Graeious, salres alive! 1,178 had four years anal still surzriverl . . . Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4, Football 1, 2, 3, 4, Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4, Track 1, 2, 3, 4, Boys' Chorus 1, 2, 3, 4, Boys' Octet 1, 2, 3. 4, Boys' Quartet 2, 3, 4, Mixed Double Quartet 2, 3, 4, Mixed Quartet 3, 4, Mixed Cho- rus 1, 2, 3, 4, Class Vice President 1, Class Treasurer 2, Junior Class Play 3, Galvacade Staff 3, 4, Pep Band 3, 4, Band 1, 2, 3, 4, Trombone Solo 4, Trombone Quartet 1, 2, Brass Quartet 3, 4, Brass Sextet 3, 4. DELoREs Korn No wonder teaeher's hair turns gray, I chatter, chatter, all the day . . . Basketball 1, 2, 3, Softball 4, Girls' Chorus 1, 2, 3, 4, Mixed Chorus 3, 4, ,lunior Class Play 3. GERALD VOGE Come what may, he's the same good sport every day . . . Boys' Chorus 1, 2, 3, 4, Mixed Cl'-orus 1, 2, 3, 4, Basket- ball 1, Football 3, 4, Track 1, 2, 3, 4. BEVERLY ORTNER After basketball and horses, a man comes next . . . Basket- ball 1, 2, 3, 4, Band 1, 2, 3, 4, Girls' Chorus 1, 2, 3, 4, Softball 4, Girls' Sextet 4, Tentet 4, .lunior Class Play 3, Trumpet Trio 3, 4, Brass Sextet 3, 4, Pep Band 3, 4, Mixed Chorus 1, 3, 4, Trumpet Solo 4, Yearbook Pho- tographer 4. BUNTROCK SALIE "Portrait Photographs in the Modern Trend" Phone 69 Storm Lake, Iowa ? MARILYN BOISEN An all around girl who radiates joy, her only weakness is a blaclfheaded boy . . . Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4, Girls' Chorus 1, 2, 3, 4, Mixed Chorus 1, 2, 3, 4, Band 1, 2, 3, 4, Junior Class Play 3, Queen Attendant 4, Softball 4, Clarinet Quartet 1, 2, 3, 4, Girls' Sextet 4, Tentet 4, Head Librarian 3, 4, Galyacade Staff 3, 4, Pep Band 3, 4. GENE NIELSEN Boys like me aren't found every day . . . Basketball Manager 2, 3, 4, Baseball Manager 2, 3, 4, Football Manager 2, 3, 4, Track Manager 2, 3, 4. KENNETH GRAYBILL Tjte world is full of willing people . . . some willing to work and I'm willing to let them . . . Boys' Chorus 1, 2, 3, Mixed Chorus 1, 2, 3, Baseball 2, Football 2, 3, Man- ager 1, Track 1, 2, Band 1. Sponsor: A WHITMERS SKELLY SERVICE "Hood Tires, Skelly Oil and Gas Products" Sh0rty's Tank Service, Phone 2-2755 LJ KAREN PAULSEN Gets good grades without a fuss, and still has time to be nice to us . . . Girls' Chorus 1, 2, 3, 4, Mixed Chorus 1, 2, 3, 4, Girls' Sextet 1, 4, Girls' Quartet 3, 4, Tentet 4, Band 1, 2, 3, 4, Brass Sextet 1, 2, 3, 4, Pep Band 1, 2, 3, 4, Galvacade Staff 2, 3, 4, Business Manager of Magazine Drive 4, ,lunior Class Play 2, 3, Pep Club 2, Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4, Softball 4. GARY GETZMIER Once upon a time . . . and once was enough . . . Football 1, 2, 3, 4, Baseball 1, 2, 4, Baseball Manager 3, Track Manager 3, 4, Basketball 1, 2, 4, Basketball Manager 3, Boys' Chorus 2, 3, 4, Mixed Chorus 3, 4, Class Treasurer 3, Vice President 4, Galvacade Staff 4. GEORGE NIELSEN l'll get by, if not, l'll try . . . Football 1, 2, 3, 4, Basket- ball 2, 3, Track 1, 2 ,3, 4. Q 1, ,W 2 fi I LaVonne Nielsen, do will and bequeath my sense L L L Semin Wd! We, the senior class of 1956, of Galva High School, having finished our education here, and being of sound mind and dispos- ing memory, do make, publish, and declare this our last will and testament, revoking all former wills by us heretofore made. I, Beverly Ortner, do will and bequeath my hair cut to Russell Schulke. I, Jo Ann Rusch, do will and bequeath my ability to say what I think to Nancy Richardson. Everett Collin, do will and bequeath my position as Co0nie's pet to Richard Ortner. I, Craig Zabel, do will and bequeath my motor- cycling ability to Judy Jensen. of humor to Karen Voge. Donald Webb, do will and bequeath my ability to sit with a certain girl during noon hours to L I I I L I. L L L L L 2 7 Larry Grapevine. Carolyn Anderson, do will and bequeath my corner seat to Aletha Anderson. George Nielsen, do will and bequeath my ability to Pun the mile to Joe Hopkins. Roger Lease, do will and bequeath myself to any girl that will have me providing sheis 5'2", blond, and has eyes of blue. ' Leo Murray, do will and bequeath my short romantic trips to Holstein, to Dale Otto. Gene Nielsen, do will and bequeath my ability to carry the medicine kit around to John Speak- man. Hope it isn't too heavy, John! Marilyn Boisen, do will and bequeath Don Webb to Claris Boisen, just to 'keep him in the family. Jean Grieme, do will and bequeath my slim waist line to Verdeah Skou. Jerry Jensen, do will and bequeath my ability to get along with those things called women to Ralph Petersen. Marilyn Drury, do will and bequeath my indif- ference to some men to Milly Grieme. Roger Schnieder, do will and bequeath my black hair to Myrna Otto. Franklin Winslow, do will and bequeath my first team position in football to Mike Mohr. Sandra Webb, do will and bequeath my ability to go with one certain boy through four years of high school to Patty Boger. Delores Koth, do will and bequeath my P.T. ability to Karen Sherrill. Sally Grieme, do will and bequeath my ability to get along with boys to Phoebe Long. Kenny Graybill, do will and bequeath my size to Dennie Kessler. Karen Paulsen, do will and bequeath my ability to stay in class a full semester to anyone having trouble with the teachers. Diann Grell, do will and bequeath my ex-boy- friends to Norma Schimmer. Gerald Voge, do will and bequeath my ability to run the movie projector to Gilberte Penrod. Richard Rasmussen, do will and bequeath my front false teeth to Coach Kyle. Roger Christensen, do will and bequeath my mechanical ability to Judy Paulsen. Gary Getzmier, do will and bequeath my roman- tic nature to Loren Petersen. Raymond Petersen, do will and bequeath my shyness to Junior Else. Sheryl Hustedt, do will and bequeath a ride to anyone in a certain "56,' Ford providing Pm driving. Lucille Grapevine, do will and bequeath my. sup- ply of stories and jokes to Karyl Kaskey. IOWA PUBLIC SERVICE, GODBERSON and SMITH Cboth of Ida Grove? un-...4.......4....n. ,.Q....n....4..n......... . ...rt .... -JM-......ntiuiMAt4Jnu ht4mg...,--,g... ' ' 1 'l " l 4 l L "" I W li or 'll ll " M .. "M" t.. IIIIIII..IfIfX'.'i.'.' -11' .quv..qu- l .,,,..,... , .... . . . . ....,.. ff'Ijf:f:ffjf:fjfff:f'f'f' "Junior Play Cast" Front row, left to right: J. Speakman, treasurerg K. Voge, secretaryg D. Biesemeyer, president: V. Johnson, vice presidentg Mr. Cheney, sponsor. Second row: K. Sherrill, J. Nielsen, N. Thor berg, L. Cirardin, J. Brown. Third row: J. Wanbcrg, L. Radke, M. Otto, B. Seeley, A. Anderson A. Else. Fourth row: D. Otto, J. Hopkins, R. Schulke. R. Ortner, V. Skow. LEONARD and BRANCO, VOHS and JOHNSON fall of Holstein! "Driver Education Classv 0 0 nn Z 0 4 'L 4 6 4 Front row, left to right: B. Hare, treasurerg J. Jensen, secretaryg C. Boisen, president: Miss Wanberg, sponsorg L. Grapevine, vice president. Second row: J. Paulsen, N. Schimmer, M. Crieme, E. Russell, M. Craybill, A. Else. Third row: M. Henrichson, R. Peterson, I. Kinning, R. Hare, R. Wagner, F. Koth, A. Speakman. SORENSEN PRODUCE, SORENSON CLOTHING, FOOD LOCKER SERVICE fall of Holstein? 'L 4 4 4 Z an 4 4 4 va 4 "Freshman English Classw Front row, left to right: Mr. Hansman, sponsorg A. Zediker, vice president, L. Johnson, presidentg Mr. Kyle, sponsor. Second row: E. Haake, P. Long, K. Getmier, K. Kaskey, treasurerg N. Suling secretaryg N. Richardson, C. Peters, L. Young. Third row: L. Peterson, J. Bamsey, P. Boger J. Rasmussen, L. Seeley, C. Biesemeyer, D. Kessler. Fourth row: .l. Grapevine, A. Brandt, R Anderson, M. Mohr, H. Andresen. SCOTTY'S TAVERN, MARV'S TAVERN, SAXON LUMBER CO. fall of Holstein? -1 " .... f-fi-If-ff-I Z .,,.:f:Qf :f:f1f:f:f:f:f:ga 1-1-2-2-1-2-:-2-1-:+L .?n'n'Hfn+ -1' .4un...u-- -,uvunuwr . . .' ..... 4. . . . . .... f'f'f'f'f'f'f'f':'f'f'5 .'.'.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.j ' ' ' f'f'f'f'f'I1 .'.'.'.'.'.f .+:4Q:Q:Q:f:f:3 Teachers, MR. HANSMAN, MISS HANSEN, MR. HAMANN. Front row, left to right: D. Holtz, E Schimmer, J. Fifield, N. Coalter, T. Olson, S. Baxter, S. Whitmer, D. Probst, P. Kelly, J. Kessler, J Jensen, L. Haake, D. Brandt. Second row: R. Peterson, H. Petersen, K. Buchanan, R. Craybill, B. Brandt, A. Voge, T. Harsha, A. Nielsen, C. Grieme, B. Russell, J. Zediker, M. Ortner, F. Kitchen K. Crayhill. Third row: A. Zediker, H. Else, M. Frank, C. Mostoller, B. Young, J. Gregor, D. John son, B. Kaskey, J. Seeley, A. Brandt, O. Webb, L. Thorborg, G. Nelson. Fourth row: D. Currie, D Kitchen, R. Foley, D. Wilharm, C. Schimmer, R. Craybill, M. Ortner, J. Beyer, R. Schneider, B Godberson, M. Hopkins, H. Hustedt, M. Holtz, D. Lindstrom. ,.,,. -Ez: I ,kv . l K ,X . ng if 'tail X 75, , Yfs is X , K K , u WA ve 0 'Z ' 4 5' ,M ,G 3 4 an af 1-'U ' X tg' Qi!!! f QW W ,Zy l ? 'Q,-ff." 4 Sponsored by: HARRISON LEATHER SHOP and W. A. HOOPS STORE 64 0 6 0 'Z W 2 6 4 Q 4 4 6 e Z 6 5 'lf 4 Z Z 4 Z if cpl? Coach: MR. HAMANN. Front row, left to right: F. Kitchen, J. Jensen, A. Nielsen, N. Coalter, M. Ortner, J. Zediker. Back row: C. Schimmer, R. Schneider, J. Beyer. Manager P. Kelly, C. Spivey, M. Ortner, R. Graybill. Front row, left to right: O. Webb, B. Brandt, C. Mostoller, H. Else. Second row: L. Thorborg, G. Nelson, D. Kitchen, M. Holtz, A. Zediker. Back row: Manager R. Graybill, D. Currie, D. Lindstrom, H. Hustedt. Sponsored by: DRS. ROGNES and MCCUTCHEON and STATE THEATRE lboth of Holsteinl war' , .,f ,A X L -1' kin ' A . w Q .- 6 Z 4 'L 4 at 6 Teacher, MISS STRAUBE. Front row, left to right: G. Hare, R. Cork, R. Crayhill, B. Purucker, E. Spindler, L. Schmidt, R. Hoops. Second row: M. Wanberg, B. Winslow, E. Ploeger, J. Schulke, G. Schulke, L. Rusch. Third row: M. Frcese, L. Paulsen, J. Kessler, D. Currie, L. Henrichsen v 0 C 'Z Z 4 'Z 4 at e Teacher, MISS DEMERS. Front row. left to right: K. Lorenzen, J. Mostoller. A. Ortner, C. Whit- mer, S. Coalter, J. Johnson, L. Pender, B. Grieme. Second row: M. Kessler, P. Mohr. D. Lindstrom. J. Nielsen, R. Zabel, C. Manning, D. Nelson, R. Rabe, P. Rohlf. Third row: J. Specketer, P. Seeley. N. Anderson, S. Belson, G. Hoops, K. Buchanan. J. Hansen, K. Madsen. Sponsored by: D. M. THOMAS, ZABEL SERVICE STATION, and SCHMEKPEPPER SERVICE STATION ,., LJ., ,A 4 A. ,,,, -,..,,,,, 7 6 6 1 al 'L 4 al e Teacher, MRS. MCINTOSH. Front row, left to right: L. Crahle, ,l. Spindler, R. Kessler, B. Young S. Richardson, D. Baxter, S. Heinse, E. Hoops, L. Hare, J. Thiles, B. Fifield. Second row: J. Pender S. Schimmer, C. Ortner, S. Haake, B. Skow, C, Bruns, B. Box, M. Skow, ,l. Eisenmenger, ,l. Cork Third row: J. Baxter, K. Sutherland, C. Frank, A. Schoening, B. Specketer, C. Kitchen, P. Adams G. Mostoller, S. Frank, P. Beyer, G. Probst. Absent: L. Spivey. , .,... we e '-we . to st. f S Teacher, MRS. MAHNKE. Front row, left to right: B. Belson, B. Olson, D. Radke, K. Haworth, V. Nielsen. L. Heinse. Second row: A. Koth, L. Moller, M. Sokolowski, J. Still, M. Hamernik. D. Davenport, A. Stamp. Third row: L. Hansen, J. Bumann, B. Schubert, S. Crahle, D. Stuhr, S. S-eley. I Sponsored by: VALLEY FEED STORE "Complete Feed for ALL Livestock" Phone 2-3066 e U 4 , 0 , " Q 0 4 2 ,, . 1 -Z v 4 .,-,L of 6 y 6 fa 4 Z 'D 4 al Teacher: MRS. CRAWFORD. Front row, left to right: S. Sokolowski, K. Davenport, B. Crable, K. Wanberg, D. Stuhr, J. Radke, R. Hammer, B. Brandt, K. Holtz, D. Meyer, P. Voge, G. Lorenzen. Second row: C. Rohlf, L. Schimmer, G. Bruns, G. Probst, D. Cork, L. Kreutz, T. 6 Peterson, B. Pender, J. Miller, J. Irwin, M. Miller. Madsen, B. Skou, C. Kinning, J. Eisenmcnger, K. Sul Absent: S. McKinnis, V. Grell, L. Haake. . J YJ.. 5 I ,Aff 1 I .'f..: .af , x, I fat .:.g,,. -, Teacher: MISS WHEELER. Front row, left to right: J. Lorenzen, B. McElroy. J. Purucker, B. Still. Second row: B. Spindler. L. Petersen. K. Henrichsen, B. Skou, N. Linquist. Third row: R. Stamp, D. Koth, D. Voge. C. Fifield. WW at of 0 fr. ? 4 'L Z 6 ot Back row: V. Soellner, J. Mickelson, V. herland, M. Petersen, H. Hare, K. Davis. Front row, left to right: D. Box, C. Schubert, D. Currie D. Belson, C. Davenport. Second row: M. Specketer, K Buchanan, V. Grieme, S. Spivey. Third row: D. Baxter J. Freese, B. Baxter. Sponsored by: DR. M. W. GRUBB, Galvag and PAT'S BEAUTY SHOP and DOWNS AND DIERSON fboth of Holstein? ga-has First row: R. Ortner, R. Schulke, A. Else, J. Grapevine, D. Otto, D. Biesemeyer, A. Zediker. Second row: F. Winslow, D. Webb, G. Voge, C. Nielsen, J. Jensen. E. Collin, C. Zabel, R. Rasmussen, R. Lease. - 74a ,ps Like a fast express reaching a summit, the Galva Blue Devils really arrived during the 1955 grid season. Each year had seen a steady improvement in Galva's football fortunes, and 1955 was the climax, a perfect record and the Bo-Coon championship. The 1955 Blue Devils simply overwhelmed their eight opponents. Their closest games, if they could be called close, were a 27-0 victory over Lake View, and a 34--7 pasting of Early, a team which had had a string of 25 consecutive wins. The Early game was, by all odds, the highlight of the season. Both teams were undefeated. Early was the defending conference champs, and the Blue Devils were out to avenge two previous hard fought defeats. In their second year under head Coach "Bud" Kyle, assisted this year by Wally Hamann, the Galva gridders compiled some truly amazing statistics. They out- scored their opponents 310 to 21. They rolled up 2,966 yards on the ground, close to two miles, and they picked up another 177 yards passing. Their opponents were held to a total of 787 yards total offense, or less than 100 yards average per game. The 1955 Blue Devils were a speedy, well balanced squad. They featured crisp blocking, good hard tackling, and a set of backs who could go all the way on any play. After their victory over Early, they were consistently ranked among the top class Il teams in Iowa in the Des Moines Register Poll. Although they were a team of stars. they were proud to see their fleet left half- back, Jerry Jensen, gain state wide recognition. Jerry was first in the entire state in total offense and in rushing, even though he carried the ball on fewer than ten plays per game. Jerry was selected on one of the Des Moines Register All-State Teams, the first Galva gridder thus honored. Galva High School and the town of Galva will never forget the 1955 Blue Devils. The names of Lease, Rasmussen, Grapevile, Jensen, Zabel, Webb, Ortner, Otto, Schulke, Winslow, and Voge, plus their able substitutes, will rank among the school's athletic immortals. Sponsored by: WHITMER SKELLY OIL-"Hood Tires, Skelly Oil and Gas Products" Shorty's Tank Service Phone 2-2755 . ' 1-1 ...fi 3.17, J.. . . ......Ja..4.4w..... glue Dew! Wafwcfq Front row, left to right: L. Johnson, A. Else, R. Lease, E. Collin, G. Getzmier, C. Zabel, R. Ras- mussen, L. Grapevine, F. Winslow. Second row: R. Wagner, M. Mohr, C. Nielsen, A. Zediker, V. Johnson, H. Andresen, J. Wanherg, F. Koth, R. Anderson. Third row: Manager C. Nielsen, C. Voge, D. Otto, D. Biesemeyer, J. Hopkins, R. Ortner, R. Schulke, J. Jensen, J. Grapevine, Coach Howard "Bud" Kyle. ,4?7a,4ectS 'Calva ...... ...... 1 2 Lake View 'Galva ...... ......... 4 6 Wall Lake ..... ' Calva, ,.... ..,,.,.. , 32 Schaller ,,..,.,... 'Galva ...... ...... 3 3 Lytton ............... ' 'Galva ..,....., .,.... 5 0 Correctionville .... 'Galva ...... ...... 3 2 Early ........ . ....... . 'Galva ,..... ....,.,.. 5 8 Newell ............ Galva ...... ......,,. 4- 7 Marcus ......... S '-Z-ffonference Games -Homecoming Sponsored by: FARMERS ELEVATOR CO.-Crain, Feed, Seed. Salt, Twine, Grinding. Fencing. Fertilizer, Mixing and Felco Feeds-Holstein, Iowa. 'fn il . if ll, y l v f w 4 "4' ll' lg i ll V Wm1fVVWp'ww',w' 11,3-ww wx 1 -Vi W- it X M L J, f lg I g BLUE DEVILS OPEN OVER LAKE VIEW 12-6 Galva's bid for the Bo-Coon title got off to a good start Friday night as Coach Kyle's Blue Devils whipped the Lake View Black Hawks 12-0. Lake View had been a pre-season favorite for the crown. Senior end Don Webb scored both of Galva's touchdowns, one on an end around, and the other on a recovered fumble. GALVA SWAMPS WALL LAKE 4-6-0 In their first home game, the Blue Devils swarmed all over the Wall Lake H' llllwmf lll'a lu 'il ll wr Du mi' we l V i V VV -iw Comets to score a smashing 46-0 Bo- WVH, -V Coon Conference victory. This was the -5 ili' most one-sided win in local grid history. tw 5 and Coach Kyle cleared the bench to V give everyone a chance to play. i q- V 9 l w w ju wjlw CN' l PM ! - fe ' .b -3Il3f3,'l"l13lwfV,' M llifil V -e A 1 Y i Y KZ if V wi BLUE DEVILS ROMP OVER N SCHALLEP. 32-0 Old rival Schaller's hopes of knock- ll ing off the high-flying Galva Blue Devils. were dashed in convincing 32-0 fashion lvl Friday afternoon on the local field. it The entire Galva forward wall con- vl' I tinued its tough defensive play, and VV V opened up huge holes for the fleet backs-. GALVA ROLLS ON OVER I' LYTTON 33-0 li I The Calva Blue Devils piled up their VN ly fourth straight Bo-Coon victory last Ev Friday afternoon by knocking off the Lytton Bulldogs at Sac City 33-0. After li an early Lytton drive stalled on the Galva 15, the Galva line stiffened and iw was in command the rest of the game. M "'7-A- Rf 'X Y McCLEARY'S SUNDRIES . . . "Complete Line qf lt: 1 I il-V w Gifts and Sundries." 3 V, I V. V ' wi V , 'V lm Mil lhVMdlf'u'um- DON WEBB-Senior-End J ERRY .I ENSEN-Senior-Backfield RUSSELL SCHULKE-Junior-Tackle EVERETT COLLIN-Senior-Guard Go Team Go!!!!! GEORGE NIELSEN-Senior-End LARRY GRAPEVINE-Sophomore-Backfield DAVID BIESEMEYER-Junior--End ARNOLD ELSE-Junior-Backfield Jkt, fx, V K I ,hk:,g1 , GALVA 504 C'VILLE P ' , 4,6 ,Wm-5. . .KW ::t Mm. ,.,.. ,, ,. , . . . .. V , a Niwf' I V I 1 - " ' ' ' Q - .- I B' A' -A yy y 5 s -4--WM 'iw' 1 K -ef , Wil Ev? f' .. Q ' w. : Qf115ii: t Iif '31i1tt:f'ii'5-12 fr' Y it P' c iuyri aiisu L -- Mg f,,.. I I A A s I it ' - w ascy I tr lm' ,:Q, 5 "2 K' ,V 'H 4" Nig g a-E: is -M we 1 ,- :sq ::. ,V Q U . -gl - I '- ,fi -- Ji ,S l ' .. tif , .2f' ' "iii, :. f ff 5? Wim gtg All they ,. . 1 4 1 3 ? 5' .- ,,,.., k.gi2f.,11V5tE-Vi.gg5f ,.ea:ftg.l.i .. 25 4. f 'U' . L,,-L- ' it -f ' ,, CRAIG ZABEL-Senior-End RICHARD RASMUSSEN-Senior-Bnckfield ROGER LEASE-Senior-Backfield FRANK WINSLOW-Senior-Tackle Make that Kick! ! l I GERALD VOCE-Senior-Center JOHN GRAPEVINE-Freshman-Backfield RICHARD ORTNER-Junior-Guard DALE OTTO-Junior-Guard FIGHTS Galva's 1955 Homecoming festivities were climaxed by another "goose-egg" victory for the Blue Devils Friday af- ternoon. The final score was Galva 50, Correctionville 0. Co-Captain Jensen led the rapid fire scoring with four touchdowns. The Blue Devils gained well over 4-00 yards in this one, mostly on the ground, as they remained undefeated, unscored upon, and showed that they were ready for the big Early battle. GALVA BEATS EARLY! ! The longest winning streak in Iowa football, twenty-four straight by the Early Cardinals, was brought to an abrupt halt Friday night by the ram- paging Galva Blue Devils. The score was a convincing 32-7, sweet revenge for two close defeats at the hands of Early in the two previous seasons. LL. BLUE DEVILS TROUNCE NEWELL 58-7 The outclassed Newell gridders were never really in the game as Galva thun- dered to a smashing 58-7 triumph in their last home game of the season. This victory clinched Calva's first Bo-Coon Championship and marked the final home appearance of Galvais most illus- trious football team. UNDEFEATED BLUE DEVILS DEFEAT MARCUS 4-7-7 The Galva Blue Devils notched their first undefeated season last Friday night by storming over a game Marcus squad 4-7-7. This game was really a tribute to the seniors who wore the Calva uniform for the last time. ,Ierry Jensen, Richard Rasmussen, Roger Lease, Don Webb, Frank Winslow, Craig Zabel, Jerry Voge, George Nielsen, Gary Getzmier deserve lots of credit. Q ,xfx r' lr I l 1 I K f l l A l I l fr lr K l J Sponsored by: DR. WACNER and DR. 0. A. LANCELAND of Holstein 76:48 7e-am Coaches BUD KYLE - WALLY HAMANN MELODY INN 'lunches - Malts - Cigarettes - Coffee" DOROTHY - DUANE - CHARLES - MICHAEL C0-Captains D. WEBB - J. JENSEN -- --r, -- , I Z The Galva Devilettes, featur- ing a senior dominated line-up, enjoyed their most successful season in three years in 1956. They finished with an excellent 21-3 record, and brought home four handsome trophies in the process. Their accomplishments included winning the Pop-Corn Loop title, the Maple Valley Con- ference tournament, the sectional crown, and the consolation round in the district meet. The only defeats suffered by Coach Kyleis sextet were at the hands of some of the state's out- standing teams: Qomers, a state tournament finalistg Holstein, a team which they also defeated twiceg and Lu Verne, conqueror of last year's state champs. First row, left to right: Joyce Nielsen, Diann Crell, Sandra Webb, Patty Boger, Jo Ann Rusch, Sheryl Hustedt. Second row: Marlene Henrichsen, Karen Paulsen, Marilyn Boisen, Manager Karen Getzmier, Beverly Ortner, Alice Speakman, Aletha Anderson. Third row: Judy Paulsen, Melvina Cray- bill, Linda Young, Elenore Haake, Norma Suling, Lois Seely. Fourth row: Myrna Otto, La Vonne Nielsen, Ardeth Else, Claris Boisen, Christina Biese- meyer, Manager Marilyn Drury. As Galva begins the rebuilding process next year, such outstanding seniors as Jo Ann Rusch, Diann Grell, Beverly Ortner, Karen Paulsen, Marilyn Boisen, Sheryl Hustedt, and Sandra Webb will be hard to replace. They have played together all through junior high and high school, and have brought the school some of the finest in girls' basketball. However, all is not gloom in camp of the Devilettes, As a nucleus for next season they will have Marlene Henrichsen, sophomore regular post guard this year. In addition, reserves Aletha Ander- son, Alice Speakman, Patty Boger, Melvina Graybill, Joyce Nielsen, Myrna Otto, and Claris Boi- sen'have seen considerable action. They will all be striving to maintain Galva's fine reputation for top-notch girls' teams. Sponsored by: HARTLEY and BICKLY of Ida Grove FARBER and OTTEMAN of Schaller J. RUSCH M. BOISEN K. PAULSEN D. GRELL B. ORTNER Forward Guard Guard Forward Forward 1 f I lf' YQ . xffa 1. U 1? .- ' 4 MJF? . x1 4 N I r 1: 4 V 4 'apt X . I s ,ff ". Galva .....,.. 62 Schaller ...... 38 Calva ........ 89 Danbury .... 38 Galva ....88.. 72 Lytton .,,...., 57 71 36 Galva ,,,,.... Galva ..,..... Galva .8.,..,, Calva ...,..,. Calva ,..,,,,, Calva ...,..,, Galva ,..,.,v. Galva ,.....,. Galva .,v..... Galva ,.....,. -If Maple 'I C'ville ........ Holstein ...... Early .......... Auburn .,.,.. Wall Lake .... Early .....,,..v Nemaha ...... Somers ........ 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Zaye' Z The Galva Blue Devils, long on speed and determination but short on height, had what might be termed a good season in 1955- 56. They closed with a record of 14 victories and 9 defeats against some of the best 'class HA" and "Bw teams in Northwest Iowa. They reached the finals' of the sectional tournament before bow- ing to an extremely tall St. Mary's of Storm Lake team. The starting five during most of the season was made up of four seniors. Craig Zabel, Roger Lease, Don Webb, and Jerry Jensen, and one junior, Richard Ortner. First row, left to right: Craig Zabel, Don Webb, Richard Ortner, David Biesemeyer, Jerry Jensen, Roger Lease. Second row: Ronald Wagner, John Grapevine, Dale Otto, Manager Gene Nielsen, Gary Getzmier, Richard Ras- mussen, Arnold Else. Third row: Coach Wally Hamann, Everett Collin, Avery Zediker, Vernon Johnson, Lee Radke, Coach Bud Kyle. This means that there will be a re-building job to do in boys' basketball next season. How- ever, some of the underclassmen such as ArnoldEls:, David Biesemeyer, Dale Otto, Ronnie Wag- ner and John Grapevine have seen considerable varsity action. The season had several highlights, including some defeats by narrow margins by some of the better teams. For example, the Galva Cagers played excellent ball, only to lose to such strong teams as Aurelia, Holstein, and Lake View. Theywere hustling all the time, and made it pay off in surprising teams like Odebolt and Battle Creek. The team was not one of a few individual stars, but a unit in which teamwork was the important thing. The boys deserve lots of credit for their never-say-die spirit, and Coach Kyle deserves a pat on the back for shaping them into a smooth working combination. Sponsored by: FLOYDS STANDARD SERVICE-Standard Oil Products, Atlas Tires Batteries and Complete Lubrication .JERRY JENSEN Senior Sprinter and Relays TRACK SCHEDULE April April April April April April May May May May May 6-Holstein Relays 12-Bo-Pop Relays 13-Pochahontas Relays 20-Sac Relays 24'-Ida County Meet 27-Alta Relays 1-Maple Valley Relays 4-Aurelia Relays 4-Sioux City Relays med As the 1956 track season approaches, prospects for another outstanding track squad are bright. Track has become a major sport at Galva, and a winning tradi- tion is in the making. Last season the Blue Devils missed the class "C" state championship by just one point, in addition to setting numerous new records at meets throughout North- west Iowa. This was done largely on the strength of a terrific sprint relay team. Only Jerry Jensen, the anchor man, is back from that great relay team. However, the squad this year should have greater balance and depth. Such standouts as Don Webb, Gerald Voge, Craig Zabel, David Biesemeyer, Roger Lease, Frank Winslow, Richard Rasmussen, and George Neilsen should be able to team up with Jensen and some promising underclassmen to roll up the points for Galva in meets this spring. 11-12--Iowa District, Holstein 19-Iowa State Meet First row, left to right: C. Zabel, R. Lease, J. Jensen, G. Voge, D. Webb, G. Nielsen, R. Rasmussen, A. Else, D. Biesemeyer. Second row: Coach Bud Kyle, F. Winslow, A. Brandt, A. Zediker, R. Ortner, R. Schulke, F. Koth, E. Collin, J. Grapevine, R. Wagner, Manager G. Nielsen. Sponsored by: MOTOR INN and AGNEW AND SOSEMAN INS. of Holstein DON WEBB Senior Pole Vault, Hurdles, and flashes Winning 440 Relay District Meet, 1955 ROGER LEASE Senior Distance Runner and Broad Jump Sponsored by: PAXTON'S JEWELRY and WOMEN'S SHOP of Storm Lake GERALD VOGE Senior Weight Man ..... q-3' " .... 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Standing: ,lanice Brown, Ruth Craybill, Ardeth Else, Norma Suling, Milly Crieme. 6 we B30 if? 1 X122 r Left to right: Patty Boger, Diann Crell, Linda Young. .au 1 W ' D f , f X' , ,r'.,L' ' X N 4: Sponsored by: HOLSTEIN LUMBER COMPANY, JIM'S BAKERY, EMIL EHLER 81 SON fAll of Holsteinl A 7 1 f 2 X '27 -ll' i J Zuafztet lmfl In right: livvc-rly Ortnvr, EvPrf'tI Collin. R1igjf'T' I.f'H5Q'. Zamtel I.:-ft to right: 4lnAnn lialnreu-y, Marilyn llrury. Lu- Vonne- Nic-lsr-n. Nunvy 'l'lnn'lmrg. 21444 Zumtet Top: Marilyn Boise-n. Second row. lvft to rigfltz Sally Criefmc Slwryl Hustrwlt. llnttmnz Jean Grimm-'. MID-BELL Music COMPANY . . . can sam. l n "EvPrytl1ing: for ilu' Hand and Orvlivslran Left to right: Craig Zalwl, Everett lfullin, Ranger Phone 1139 Storm Laki- Lease- Judy Paulsm' mweztet Standing, lvfz to right: Craig Zalwl. Rivliurcl Ortnm-r. Fvvrvtt Cnllin. Sitting: Karflu l,2llllSI'Il. ,lrlo Rruntlt. Rf-vs-rly Urtnvr. MRS. H.-UIJXNN CRIMES HARDWARE ROY BROWN Plumbing and Heating l. E. BAUMCARDNPIR llle 3 tix X- iw if wfww ' ifbif .43 t Q., .1X N XXX' 'bl .xx X DwZZe77td 2 Front row, left to right: ,Ivan Crivmv, I.aVnnnf- Nia-lsrn, Slwryl Hustvrlt, Diana llrvll. Ilan row, left to right: Craig Zabel, David BlPSIllPyl'T, Evvrrtt Collin, Rub:-r Lease-. P- . ' 2 u wr-f ,xv- 3 Lrft lu right: 5. Hllslvdl. D. Urn-ll. 5. f,rI'iQ'lll1'. J. i:I'iQ'lllQ'. f ale exzfet 5. Lvft to right: L. llrapvvimg S. Grimm-. K. Puulsm-u. Nl. HQIIFUII, li. Orlnvr. S. Iluslwil. Waxed f fi' Firsl ww. If-fl In right: ,l. 1LTil'Illl'. J. Ni:-lsr-n. K. Yup-. S. llllflmil. ll, Urn-ll. S. llrivuu-. S4-vmul row: li. Anile-rsun. N. 'I'h0rlwrg1. L. Clirarrlin. K. Fha-rrill. J. Uruvvn. Ii. Urluvr. 5. W4-lwlu. I.. Crupmilw. Third row: H. S1-vlvy. U, Kutll. M. Olin. J. R11sm'l1...N. All1If'l'S0ll, NT. linife-u. K. Paulsvn. M. Drury. I.. Nivlsvu. Mrs. lliilllilllll. Fourth rnw: R. llaw. H. Wugmw. li. l.a-uw. IC. Collin, R. Cllrislf-use-n. R. Urine-r. U. liivse-l1wyv1'. ll. falwl. R. Rasxnufwn. J. .ll'llSt'H. G. ll:-lzumivr. R. Svhneidcr, L. Murray. HANSENN FUNERAL HOME 24 Hour .4II11JIlfKlIl!'f' Serrive Phone 426 Holstein Pk Zaye' 95 2 First row, left to right: R. Wilharin. D. Purruckvr, L. johnson, l. Kinning. l., Pcterscn. D. K4-ssler. G. Brown, A. Else, L. Murray. M. Mohr. Second row: Mrs. Hamann. R. Loan-. R. Wagne-r, C. Zahvl. R. Rasmussfn, L. Radko. R. Scllnvirler, I". Kotli, R. Petersen, V. Jolinson. Third row: E. Collin. J. Spfrakman. R. Ortnf-r. J. Hopkins, D. Otto. D. Riosf-meyfr, R. Christensvn. J. Jonson. C. Ct-tzmier. J. Wanberg. ' ' Zaye' Zuafatec' Left to right: ,lean Crieme, Diann Crell Marilyn Drury. HOLSTEIN STATE BANK E 4All of Holstelnl Left to right: Everett Collin, Roger Lease, Craig Zabel, David Biesenwyer. THARP GARAG -'2 g . ,. 1 1-lsvn. Nl. xwn. lx. l'illlIN1'll. Nl. lirurx. Zaye' Uafea' Inf! IU Vlgllll l'nl AS PHYS' ' R 1.1-asv. L. 'N If llurazl f'1lu-I Vllllil WHA, .K R Urlnnl R Xvil F LUHIII. IJ lhvw Iu rruy' gllvl In ' . . , E 4 .. .A A 4' q2,"".g.I Q X . 1 Fin! row. If-ft lu right: K. lin-lzxnim-r. N. IYIIUFIDOIAQL, NI. tLI'ii'llll'. .l. llrim-nn', C. Pvt:-rs. ff. .'Mulz-r- on. F. Russ:-ll. N. Ril'hllI'1lSUI1. Sm-voml row: J. Hunusvy. N. Snling. I.. Young. IC. lluukv. K. Kusl-ivy. L. Sv:-le-y, I.. Uirzwdin. S. Wvhlm. J. Nivlwn. N. S1-hinnnvr. P. Lung. Third row: ll, Hang J. RflSIllUSS!'Il. P. Bog:-r, K. Vogv. M. Cruylmill. K.. Fnvrribll. J. Brown. C. Hi1'sv1x1f'yvr. U. Ortnvr. 5. llustvdl. 5. Cl'i1"ll!1'. D. Urn-ll. L. Grape-vinc. Mis. lflamunn. Tllird row: j. Rusvll, H. Sm-clvy. J. Panlsm-n. D. Kulh. NT. Otto. A. Slwilklllilll. M. HL-nrivhsvn. A. Anderson. M. Uuism-n. K. Pauls:-n. M. Drury. C. Hoiwr . A. Iilsv. J. Jl'llFt'l'l. I.. Nic-ls:-n. 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The kick off and our boys were off to a smash- ing 50-0 victory over the Civille Warriors. At half-time Sally Crieme was crowned queen by honorary captains Jerry Jensen and Don Webb. This victorious day was topped off by a dance in th sored by the seniors. CLARXS BOWEN CLOVER FARM e gayly decorated gym spon- guna R PNYRKCXA HUGE STORE CORNER CAFE W ,umm , "THE BLUE EAGLE " Holstein Iowa For recreatzon that s fzne come zn and bowl a lme f CRACKED NUTTb ANDERSON , ALETHA CY THORBORG Drusilla Nutt , ,, 7, as L, 7, ,, Mrs. Oarlinlcle , , ,LNAN ' ' A leby ,, ,,,,, KAREN SHERRILL .. ,,., ARNOLD ELSE VOGE Delicious pp Confusion jones , ,WKAREN ,IOYCE NlELSEN Peggy Nutt ,L DKD, L, E D E ivm Biasmarisa Ginger Nutt Pele Bearnish ,,,,,, ,.,,,, . , DA Billy Beamish , ,,,,,,,,,.,, ,, ,, 7 , , LEE RADKE Magnolia Langsiorcl , ,,,77, ,,,.,,, I ANlCE BROWN Prof. Bearnisli ,7a,, ,77,,aa,aa., , 7 L, LDALE OTTO ,Q Adelbert De Weese ,,,,.,,,, ,, JOHN SPEAKMAN .2 Mrs. Dewayne De Weese , , , nBE'l1'l'Y SEELEY f Octopus ,,,, ,YA,,,,Y, , , , , , ,..,,, 5 . ,, ,VERNON JOHNSON lVllSS WANBERG Voice ,,,,,,,s . Director ,L k HOME TOWN fAll of H0lSteinl A. 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