Galva Holstein Community School - Moo Yearbook (Holstein, IA)

 - Class of 1935

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A., Superintendent GS EI g State University of Iowa EE HEWZWZHZN HEWZWZHZHZWZ JEWZWEWZHEWEWZWEHZHZWZ ZWZNZHZNZNZHZWZHZNZHEHZNZHZHZNZHZNZHZHZHZHZNZH NEW 2 'Q NELLIE WALTER, Principal S E English E N Iowa State Teachers College 53 WHEHZW Z H Z E N EE DS N 32 G6 EZ Ei EE D5 Z Ei EZ E5 SZ BS Z Si EZ E6 EZ S8 EZ 95 EZ SS EZ E9 EZ SS EZ BQ EZ Si EZ Ei Z E5 EZ BE EZ Si EE SG ZZ Ei SE Ei EE Si ZZ EG EZ Si EZ D5 Ei SS EZ SG EZ 95 EZ E5 ZZWZWZ HEt'-GECi!3EX!ZGilZIAIZIKIESSEWEED-SENZL'-5EFSENEIFSZSQZWZMZHZFREEGENZWZHZHZ HZ992992652NZNZFNZZNZNZBSENEHZH25-'EENZNZE-'GENENEGSZMZHZNZHZIHIZI-'IIELKESIISZHZSGS Dorothy Reif lliatliematics, Home Economics Iowa State College Vernette Paulsen Fifth Grade Iowa State Teachers College C. E. Claussen Band Director Dorothy Davis Music, English Iowa State Teachers College A2 dl H. A. Derham Commercial Iowa State Teachers College W. L. Eidahl Science, Manual Training Physical Education Upper Iowa University Elta Franck Junior High Iowa State Teachers College Nita Glorfeld Second Grade Iowa State Teachers College 'Q - Ei! 2 H E H 3 H E H 3 H E H E H E H E H E M S H S N E H E M 3 M 2 H E N E N E W 3 H E M E N E N E H E M E H 2 H E M E M E E N E R 3 M Z M E ZWZHZNZHZHZNZMZMZHZNZWZHEHZMZHZNZHZHZWZMZWZHZHZHZHZWZHZHZR3 ZW MZHZMZHZWEHZHZHZWZHZHEHZHZW MZ E H E H Z M E R E E G5 EE EG EE 95 EE Ei EE BG EE Gi SE 531 ES E5 EE DG EZ DG Si EG EE E6 E3 EC EE S5 55 S5 EZ Ei SE 55 SE 5:3 EE Si EE S9 EE EG EE S5 EE RG EE GG EE E5 53 EG EE EG EE B6 EE W EE E HEWZHZWEWZHZWZNZWZWZHZWZ HEHZMZNZHZWZHZNZHZNZHZH2E H E M E H Z N Z H E H Z M E M 2 M Z N E M Z H Z H Z M Z N Z H Z H E S53 Z H Z H Z N E N 3 H Z N Z N Z H Z H 2 E H H Z K H Z M H E B5255285255ZSQZEQZSGZBGZSGZEQEZN ZH 3 NZNZHZNZNZ ZNZWZNZNZWZ 2 A. J. Van Citters Louise Isbell S N . 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NZM HEWSNEHZHEHEHENEWZ IP 3 N as m E C 5 IR E O E 0 P 355256 HZHZWZHZHZHZHZWZBG He's little but so is dynamite! DELBERT CARMER "Del" Zi? KATHARINE CLARK "Kay" X1 N 4 "Moo" staff-senior Editor 3 Di ' Basketball-1, 2, 3. "The Nautical Knot"-1 2 3 l Glee Club-l, 2, 3, 4. "The Lucky Jade"-2. M S . Mixed Chorus-1. "lt Havnened in June"-3. E M Sexlette-4, "The Heart Exchange"-4 E E Declam-1, 2, 3, 4. Sec'y and Treas.-1. H gg Cheer Leader-l. Vice Pr'es.V3. 3 IH! "Kay" as in "ca-pablef' Clasu Editor-3 3 E HZHZMZHZMEEQZNENZNEH E H S H ES S5 EZ G5 Z E-il Z 95 Z N 53 Z B41 EZ S41 E N EZ Nl Z N E H Z H E H Z H Ei S3 Z E-ll E D0 E B43 Z H Z N 22 N Z W EZ EFS Z N Z SS Z H 2 N Z N EZ H Z W Z 5 BQENZHZHZHZWZWZWZHZNZ ZHZHZHZNZMZ2 H Z Fl ti! H FX! Z E41 Z E25 Z E'-S Z Gil Z H Z M Z H Z N Z H Z N Z N Z H Z H Z Fil Z lk! Z N Z H Z N Z N Z H Z N Z Bi Z N Z H Z H Z W Z Ei Z N Z H Z N Z BS NZHZNZNZBSZBSZ ZMZESJZNZDGZWZNZLHIZ HZHZHZNZNZNZNZHZ I2-il MAURINE CLAUSEN "Claus" "Mm" Stali-Declam. E Band-1, 2, 3, 4. N 2 Basketball--3, 4. 3 55 Declam--2. E Z Any time will suit her. W ZNZNZNZ SSZHZNZH MARIE DREWS "Midgie" "Moo" Stafi-Dramatics. Declam-2, 3. E ss N "The Heart Exchange"-4. E E Sec'y and Treas.-4. N 53 A big heart in a little girl. E MZNZ ZHZBS LESTER EICHERLY "Jack" N , E E "Moo" Staff-Business Manager . H E Football-1, 3, 4. --The Nautical Knot"-1. 3 N Basketball-l, 2. 3. 4. "The Lucky Jade"-2. Q Z TrackA1, 2, 3, 4. "lt Happened in June"-3. N BS E Boy's Glee Club-1. Class: Pres.-1. Z N Mixed Chorus-1. Vice Pres.i4. if Zalman Q E N 5 C.- Pi 5. TQ za E F m 2 : 2 O O D- 5. nznzsiz l ROBERT GALE "Windy" E "Moo" StafifS0cial Editor "The Lucky Jade"-2. N E Kingsley High School-1. Vice Pres.-2. Z N Football-2, 3, 4. 2 E Track-2, 3, 4. se Zi "Single-with no bad habits." E QZEGZHZDGZ ZWZHZHZW VINCENT GALVIN "Vinnie" Football-vl, 2, 3, 4. Declam-l. Basketballfl, 2, 3, 4. "Thu Nautical Knot"-1. S Track-2. '-Thi, Lucky Jade"-2. Z 3 Mixed Chorus-1. "Ii: Happened in June"-3. N Q Boy's Glee Club-1. "The Heart Exchange"-1. Z E What he doesn't know doesn't bother him. ag N HZHZ ZWZH JAMES HRONEK "Jimmie" N East High, Des Moines-1, 2. E S Fuoiball--4. sa Z Track-3. E N "Three cheers for his marcel, long may it wave!" Z HZNZNZHZHZHZMZWZN ZWZHZBSZHZHZNZEGZNZ HZ ZH H Z Mi Z H Z H Z 59 Z N Z S5 Z S25 Z KH! Z H Z EPS Z N Z E-15 Z W Z H Z N Z N Z 515 Z Si Z BS Z N Z SSS Z H Z N Z 56 Z M Z N Z H Z 95 Z 55 Z H Z H Z H Z N Z H Z 95 Z - .lb .51 Z-liEWEEE!!E9-'SEZEEGENE95255255290E641EHSFX!E54129553.03EDGENlZE21EHEHEWZHEWZHZHZMZHZHZHZ DOROTHY K'l ESLING "Moo" Staff-Snapshot Editor. Gle-4 Club-Li, 3, 4. Basketball-1, 3. Declam-2, 3, 4. "The Lucky Jade"-2. "lt Happened in June"f3. "Insists that you needn't be a. be the movies". CLARENCE LOHFF Class Sec'y and Treas.-3. "Everything goes to his head." KERMIT NANNINGA Yankton High School-l. Football-2, 3. Basketball-2, 3. "As intelligent and unassuming: as NORTON NELSON "Moo" Staff-Art Editor. Band--1, 2, 3, 4. ZITIJEEGEHEHEWFSSSEHEGSEW x ' Football-2, 3. Track-2, 3. Band Vice Pres.-4. Class Editor-2. He and life get along. EVELYN RATHERT Band-1, 2, 3, 4. Glec Club-1. Mixed Chorus-1. "The Nautical Knot"-1. "Always dependable." BGZEZ'-'Z53IR."ENE525129-'ClZMZNEWSHEDGEHIEEQZFJEHESWZH DELOISE SCHROEDER Football-1, 2, 3, 4. Basketball-1, 2, 3, 4. Track-1, 2, 3, 4. "The Heart Exchange"-4. ' "I 'yam what I 'yamp that's what S was I HDotH auty to get in "L0hff" "Kerms" Einstein." ll N orltyll llEvie1l ustubbyrl I 'yum-" 2 Lf'-il N S E H 941 55 S Bal H Z E3 H H E 2 Ei! N E 2 Di Rl E 3 EG Dil E E 35 H id Z 941 H E Z H N Z E H H E Z S-G N Z Z H H Z Z H N Z E N H E Z N Bi Z E H N Z Z N Si! Z E Gil ES Z E D'-3. N E E EH H Z E H N Z Z D5 BGS Z 513 H Dil Z E EPS W 2 E E :gg H N E3 Z Dil H 2 Z H Eil Z 2 DG M Z E E E Bi 5 E 9:1 Z E 95 Gil 3 2 GG 5 E MEHZHZWZHZHZHZEHIZNZHZHZHZR-'52HZHZHZHZHZHZSHZHZWZHZHZHZHZHZHZH-'SZNZHZBQIZHZWZNZNZN253ZNZNZHZHZHZHZESZNZHZNZNZHZHZNZHZNZHZWZH Z ZHZNZHZNZMZHZNZNZNZNZNZ5 SG Z B5 SZ N 3 EH! ZZ SS Z H Z E-'S Z M Z iii Z N Z N Z N Z N 3 N Z N Z N Z M Z W Z N Z N Z B5 Z N Z N Z N Z BS Z M Z H Z N Z N Z N Z S5 Z N Z N Z H E IW HZHZHZHZHZHZHZHZNZHZWS Ziff! li S ELNA SEGLEM "Sammi8" N E "Moo" staff-Alumni Editor. E E "It Happened in June"-3. S BS "Light headed in more ways than one." Z NZWZNZHZHZHZWZHZW 3 If 25 Z IT! CD E -I I fi 5' o 'l ri lg.. EIIIHZHZHIWZHZHZHZ MILDRED SINDT "Mil" "Bored" of education. Cherokee High School-1, 2. "Studying makes some people wise, but it makes me otherwise." WZHZHZWZHTZHZMZNZNZHZ HZHZHZNZHZHZHEHZHZH ERMA SORENSEN "Erma" What she can't do isn't done. MARJORIE STEWART "Kim" an HMOOH staff-Girrs Athletics E gg Band-1, 2, 3, 4. Band Pi-es.e4 N 53 Glee club-1, 2, 3, 4. --The Nautical Knot"-1. 3 N Mixed Chorus-1. "The Lucky .Iade"f2. sg Q Basketball-1, 2, 3, 4. "lt Happened in June"-3. H E Sec'y and Tr-eas.-2, 3. "The Heart Exchange"-4. ga HZNZNZNZ ZHZBIZHZW The Irish have the upper hand with her. DONNA STOLLEY "Pete" SS S "Moo" Staff-Jokes Editor t'The Nautical Knot"-I E 3 Glee Club-l. "The Lucky Jade"-2. 3 N Basketball-1, 2, 3, 4. "It Happened in June"-3. E eg Declam--1. "Thu Heart Exchange"-4. N 3 i She competes with the sun even tho' it was here E N i first. E 1 3 Bi N P E , E M 3 1 E N i N EHZHZWZHZHZNZW L3 E LP! 53 H ES BG Z Mi Z H Z SS Z FFS Z N Z N Z N Z N Z N Z N Z H Z H Z N Z 58 Z N Z N Z H Z H Z N Z ii Z N Z S8 Z N Z SG Z N Z H Z H Z H Z N Z E WEBSZHZHZHZHZHZM NEWZFFIZWPZESZHZHZHZMZHZE-GEHZHZHE E Eff! EQ W E H Z2 Ili 2 W E Gil E H E Dil E H E DG E M 53 G-fl E bil E L53 EE N 3 W E IH E W E Di! 3 Ili ES 85 Z Gi Z H ZZ DS Z! M E Di Z EFS Z El-'E Z M 3 D9 E N Z W S! N E Di 3 ZHZHZHZH NZHZHZHZHZNZHZHZHZHE M . 3 E NORMA UTESCH "Buck" N 3 "Moc" Staff--Music. Basketball-1, 2, 3, 4. gd Q Glee Club-1, 2, 3, 4. "The Nautical Knot"-1. 2 W Mixed Chorus-1. '-The Lucky Jade"-2. E E Sextette-3, 4. Class Sec'y-1. N Q Band-1, 2, 3, 4. 3 U o fu W C+ :- CD c :1 : U c Fi F5 E :s va YB rs If 0 :- ID : :1 N X 1: ro G f. Q cn. if 3 G 5' S9251-GENES? ZEHZMZBGZ ZHZHZHZNZNZHZHZ5'-'J 2 ALICK WARRENDER "AI" Q M z "Moo" Staff-Boy's Athletics. Cherokee High School-1, 2. Football-3, 4. MEN ZH2 M f QE Basketball-3. ga Q Track-3. 2 N "Fresh T Everyday l" ZWEMZITJEWEMENENEYPSEH ZHZHZHZNZHZHZHZHZ WYLMA WICKEY "Skinnle" "MOG" Staff-Editor-in-Chief. Z Q Declam-4. 3 Class President-3. M N Sweet and quiet until you know her and then .iUBt 3 Ell-T3HEWEMZMENZHIZHEMZNEHZHIZW E lkl 3 E?-il E Efl 3 Dil E3 GU EE Dil E H Z N E Di E IHJ E W E bil E N E H Z 55 Z W 2 li 2 H f Z H Z H 2 N Z Di E W 24 ERI E3 B41 Z N EG E-ll Z Si 2 H EZ D9 Z B9 E H Z W 2 5 HEEKIZHZHEHZHZHZHZHZHZNZHIZNZ sweet. 1-3 n Lg" .ff MLW HZHZHZHZHSHEHZ!!HZHZHZHZNZNSNZHZH282WZWZHENEHZHSMZHZMZHSUSHSHSHZHZHZNZHSH2HEHZHZHZHZHZHZHZNZNZMZNZMZHZHZNZHZNZHZ CLASS HISTORY Thumbing through the pages of memory we recall happy occurrences of our childhood school-days. In as few words as possible, we will relate to yOu the most outstanding. The class of '35 now takes its place in the long parade of graduates. The few who have kept pace with one another for these thirteen memorable years are: Wilma Wickey, Dorothy Kiesling, Marjorie Stewart, Norma Utesch, Deloise Schroeder, and Alfred Bayer. ln the fall of 1921, we first directed our little footsteps toward that place where many are made famous. We were royally ushered into kindergarten by Miss Martin. Some fun! Some say she found us so irresistible that she had many pets. Did she? Well, we won't say. You see, we were too young to understand it all. The first year of actual work was under Miss Meyer. A bit of readin', writin' and 'rithmetic was pounded into our thick skulls, and could we "take it"? Our fun, it seems, had just begun. The second year was still more en- joyable. Each day Miss Garber held a session in oral reading in the little red chairs in front of the room. Exciting! Back to the old building, we enrolled in the third grade, where we gained knowledge under Miss Glorfeld. We indulged in many childish pranks, for we were becoming quite tricky. The fourth year changed us from fun-lovers to deep thinkers. We won't forget the stolid reign of Miss Kuyper. It was thrilling to start a war with paper wads, but our teacher, the field-general, soon taught us what defeat was. During our fifth year, we enjoyed the superiority of Miss Brink. We won't forget the scraps over pumping girls up in the swings. Who won? Well, the girls usually decided, so the chivalrous fighting was all in vain. At last we were to be under the same roof as the big fellow. It was under Miss Kitchen that school-life became more complicated. Perseverance was one of the classis qualities even then, so we were ready for the battle. junior High-the happy years under Miss Franck and Miss Meyer. Our seventh year was marked by preparation for the banquet, and the eighth, "The Blitzen". Then-our freshmen year. when we faced those "hard-fighting" seniors in that bitter struggle they called initiation. "Those green country kids" as the seniors called them, became our friends and some of our best students. Sophomores! This year a paper contest was held. Did we win? No! How could we with all the classes against us? It was then we vowed that some- day we would show them-and we did! Another summer faded into the past, and we became juniors. We were able to give the seniors a really fine banquet. The crisis was overg prosperity was ahead. The time came when we signed our names to an enrollment card for the last time. As seniors, we administered the "initiation jolts" just like we re- ceived them. lt was fun-but we had earned it. That is the history of the class of '35, We are going out into the world, taking with us the memories of our old school. We, the class of '35 will not re- gret these glorious days. -Alfred Bayer fl H 2 H Z M Z N Z H Z H Z H Z H Z H Z H Z M Z M Z N Z H Z N Z N Z H Z N Z N Z H Z N Z N Z N Z H Z H Z H Z N Z H Z M Z H Z H 2 H Z H Z H Z H E ZHZNZHZHIHIHZHZHZHZHZWZHIHZHZHZHZHZHS Z H I S Ii I H I D5 I Ii II I8 I I9 I Ii if Ii I Ui II B EZ Ii EZ I5 ii I5 I Ii EZ li II Ii SZ BI I li SB li EZ Ii EZ li IE Ei IE li I ii I Ii SZ II EZ Il II I EZ Il I ll I I IZ li IZ 2 HZHZNZHZHSHZNSHZHZHZH L DE MSS ' H ac E 3 5 2 E W :E v 'I S E E E 3 3 i 1 ,u r 3. 4 3 Z3 5 Y in ff sf Q 5 3' 2 E 3 Li E 2 ff 5 3 52 E 5 5 1 Q 2: 3 ii s 5 S! 5 FZEWEHZNZHE SEENEDGZSSEHEKHIESGEGGEE-GENENEWSHELilEHZHEEFIEHEENEHEL:.l3i3flEWZM3MEffiiiiifJ2NSif3SHE EGUEWENZHZHENESGESGEHEEFZEFJEGGZWE Juniors Velma Adams Martha Bayer HESR'l'eEfft'l3IHl?iLfClEZil Harold Bremer Ann Bruning W. I.ohal'L-r. Junior Class FIRST ROW: M. Leonard, M. Bayer, B. Ewolrlt, V. Adams, N. Groepper, M. Gustafson, I. Moyer, V. Sinilt, H. Korrlt, E. O'Fu1'ey, J. Johnson. SECOND ROW: D. R. Porterfield, M. Schmidt, E. Sorensen, A. Bruninir, W. GoettSCh, F. Utesch, A. Peters, P. Fiek, M. Fritz, V. Sorensen. THIRD ROW: H. Paulsen, O. Rice. C. Kahl, K. Jensen, W. Johnson, H. Clark, D. McCoIl0u1:h, H, Bremer, Class Officers President-Dora Ruth Porterfield Vice President-Phyllis Fick Secretarywjune johnson Treasurer-Wilma Goettsch SOCIETY COLUMN OF JUNIORS Two years hence this drop of society news will appear in every leading newspaper in the country. All juniors will be leaving the country then as they will have been dissatis- fied with the inability of our country to provide them with their various needs. Each one will go to that country from which the most benefit will be derived. Country Hungary Italy France Hawaii Reason So that she may always be hungry and never refuse a mor- sel of food. Likes to ride in gondolas at night with a handsome admirer. To see the famous grape vine- yards of France and gain a lit- tle enthusiasm on different sub- jects. 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To mine. Loves being serenaded by dark-haired boys. Gold rush of 1937. To secure the services of Holmes to help gain the lost affections of her many suitors. To escape the gala life of the Americans. joining Kramer to see the wheels go around. To learn their method of mak- ing feet smaller. Peace and solitude. To secure a Swedish lad with big feet. Wants to help Martha enjoy her visit in Vienna. Paris to learn how to enjoy the bright spots of life. Try to find a nice ice man. To learn to be a coquette. Wants to be a old, fat Russian general. Another Sherlock Holmes at Scotland Yard in London. Likes the idea of being wife to more than one. To secure an Irish lad. Loves the negro dialect. Likes sheiks of the desert. Another Tarzan of the jun- gles. To learn to economize. Going to see if the rice over there is the same as over here. Another Helen Wills winning up a cup over there. Famous dancer. Vienna to get voice trained for grand opera. Wants to find a pure Dutch- man for a husband. Learn the Rumba. Famous mountain climber. -PHYLLIS FICK ll Z H Z H Z H Z H Z N Z N Z H Z H Z H Z N Z N Z H Z H Z H Z H Z H Z N Z N Z H E N Z H E M Z H Z N Z M Z N Z H Z N 3 3 H Z H Z N Z H I H Z N ENE IHZHSHZHZHZHZHZHZHZHZHZHZNZHZHZHZHZHZHZNZHZHZHZHZHZNZHZHZH I H 3 H Z ll B IE I II ll ll El ll il Il I hi Z! IB IZ ll Z li I ii Z BG I Di ll ll I Di Z li EE li IZ Ei Z li Z N IZ IG SI Ei SZ li II 5 Z B9 ! Bi I IG E ll ii ll E li il ll Sl ll I 2 WENSHENZHEN!HZHZHZHZNZHZNZHZHZHZHZHZHZNZHZHZHZHZHZH 2,12'tieiGfTG2L'il?fl5ElFGEiDUEHL2EMEWENEEDUEEWEEHEDGEDGEWEDGEHEHEVHJSEPQZEB3EWEWEWEILTEGGEEEGEEMEDGSHQEZlHlEl'A'liElHlE3WElHlE'.ll'J mi ,S Eli ff' Eg L- Oli 201110146 c! USS M2222 EE'-GEEIEE P-3 ... is EMEGGEWEEDGEHJEDGEEEGTEEFGEMSNEFJEEXJERTSFSEME WEEE-il2lf'flEEf3?3lKlZf:l'J3EPiElli2lFllEE2ilE3lf'l'iEll'i5?.D'J'EESEE-6291 E na W 2 E l"lRS'l' ROW : I4. Conover, D. Petersen, D. Sullivan, R. Gaetlicke, I". Nichlos. W. Luhff, R. McCrt-a, G. M pq Hanson. lVl. Albers. 3 53 SECOND ROW: W1 Mohr, H. Fruechte, E. Goettsch, L. Hcrmecl-te, L. Hansen. M. Johnson, P. lfricll- M Q richscn, H. Gorlhersen, A. Albers, F. Schroeder, E. Wehde, E. Brtvflerscn. E 5,3 'l'lllR!1 ROW: h. Lamp, M Mort-ui, l. Kay, A. 'l'hrmnsnn. W. l.et'khan1i, R. Hcallchamp, l.. Lconartl, E. N 3 Schroeder, l". Kahl, M. Steen, E. Raabe, W. Michaelsen. E N za Ea?-9 W2 Class Officers :rg FresidentYRichard McCrea Vice President-Lois Hansen Secretary-TreasurerAMary Mercer EHZHIEHEIKIZH 72 A FOOTBALL GAME OF '37 A flash of orange and a flash of black UQEHEEJES '-l-l 95: FV 'aaa co mf mm: O Egg af 'D '-V5-if -700 'D Pr' -:U-, Gai 5""" Q92 OU? -- me-o o:5' :fm om-1 CD QEW FNQ2 ' PT: Q. : Us FV :r E 53 0 fr 2952311295 We hear deep boo's as the whistle blows E Q And up the field five yards he goes. E 55 IP : Q. 'ra N fl rn U3 :r U7 -B o o ff 1: -U o :J P9 :r as o' E W 229255231 U5 na O o :J ca. N :1 Q. PV ro rn :Q 2 O :r rn N '1 E 3 C E. 95263529553 Late in the fourth quarter, the game is tied. ln comes Sully, he's Holstein's pride. Pete plays end and is tricky and fast. 5 Eg Dick fades back and flips him a pass. ggi E Mickie, with the ball tucked under his chin, 5 gg And Lamp to run interference for him, .2 5 Crosses the goal in nothing flatg Q E The coach cries out, "Theres a reward for that." my EEFIEGGEHEKJZEGEDG From the Holstein crowd comes many cheers From the opponents side comes many jeers. The battle that was raging now is done, ed From the talk about town, we know we won. 5333 5523951ETl?t'lE.'l'3Q3llflE.D.'l'El?.'l3DflEIXIETKISEDGEBGEHEDGEIRUEERUEHEHEEGilENEHED552IFESM33413HEMEHENEHEFGEMEWEDSEHEEWQ NENENZNENENENENZMZNENZNZNZHENENENZNENZNENENZNENENZNZNZNZNENENZNENENEHEH THE ALL-AMERICAN SOPHOMORE CLASS The Sophomore class of '34 and '35 is of an All-American caliber. We have among us an All-American football team, consisting of some of the flash- iest ever rated. The line seems to be built around the irresistible Marjorie johnson, who holds down the center position. The guards, lda Andresen and Hildegard God- bersen are slow but sure. Tackles, Evelyn Raabe and Lois Leonard, are doing much to make this team a sensation. The ends who have been turning in so many brilliant plays are Florence Schroeder and Mary Mercer. This team also has a backfield with players not unlike Notre Dames' four horsemen. They are Lorraine Hermecke, who reminds us of Ozzie Simmons, Lois Hansen fill- ing the quarterback position, Anne Thompson and Irene Kay, two worthy play- ers who fill the half back vacancies. All teams must have "subs" and this one, being no exception, has the fol- lowing: Ethel Goettsch, Pearl Friedrichsen, Florence Kahl, Alice Albers, Mabel Steen and Wilma Leckband. In our sophomore class, we also have an All-American Sewing Club. It meets once a week and each member brings his needles, thimbles and dolls. Club members arei Gordon Hansen, Kramer Von Doehren, Herbert Lamp, Duane Sullivan, Donald Petersen, Merlin Albers, and the best seamstress of the club, Ralph Gaedicke. The rest of our class have gone out into the world, and reviewing them, we found that each has deserved the title of All-American. Walter Brand and Burroughs Conover have become multi-millionaires selling giggle-soup. Don- ald jatho and Ewald Brodersen have become well known cowboys. Willard Lohff has become a famous executive due to the knowledge received while a sophomore, and Wendel Mohr and Wayne Michaelsen have earned the title by becoming Hollywood's delight as screen lovers. This ends the All-American Sophomore class of '34 and '35. -Richard McCrea .i1. - Gordon Hansen: You're looking well rather prosperous these days. Herbert Lamp: Yes, sir, l'm living on the fat of the land. Gordon H.: What happened, a rich uncle die? Herb L.: Not at allg l'm running a gymnasium for women. Drama in Three Acts Act I-+Captain Cook. Act ll-Captain Cook and the Cannibals. Act III-Captain cooked. Mr. Soth: Have you felt any change since you were married, young man? Mr. Van Citters: Not a dime, sir. "And you don't know anything about religion?" queried the new missionary. "Well, we got a little taste of it when the last missionary was here", replied the cannibal Chieftain. The sophomore, who was forced to eat in a cafeteria, wondered how he could safely hang his coat up while he was getting his food. He finally decided to pin a note to his coat, reading! "This coat belongs to a champion prizefighter who will be back in three minutes." When he returned, he found a note on the hook where he had hung his coat reading, "This coat was taken by a champion long distance runner- won't be back." You can tell a college man, in col- lege and after graduation by the way he signs his name. For instance: Freshman: Bill Smith. Sophomore: William Smith. junior: W. Algernon Smith. Senior: William A. Smith. Graduate: W. A. Smith. jobhunter: Smith. INENEHZMENENZMEMZNZNZNZMENENENEHIHSNENRHIWEHEWZWZNENZNZNZWZNZHINZNZNEN s',v' vi ,Wah a 1 ' - 'if 343: tx WwMB RENEW E Gil E Di EE IRI S M E Gil S Gil Z Lil E Eli 53 Ili E FX! 3 Dil E Gil S IX! E Dil E Gil E N E Gil Dil 2 Efll E Elil E EPS Z Dil Z E23 Z E-5 E CHI E Dil 53 H Z N E D5 2 HI Zi Dil Z N Z H Z Dil E Dil 29132522 55 ENE?- CF-'iiil-'S ' reshmen Class ZWZWEZHEB-'llEWZHSHEWENZHZWEWEWEGGEHEHEHSWEESEH HZERIZNZHEHEHZDGZWZHZE-'CIZHZDGZII-'IlZNZWZHZHEIHSEGZHE E l"lRS'l ROW: llalbers, R. Bass, G. Rolhfork, John Galvin, R. Hronek, R. Still, D. Dutler, Jimmie W E ,a,vm. 3 gg SECOND ROW: W. Lohff, V. Hosrrefe, J. Kahl, F. Steffen, D. Carnes, A. Kuchel, S. Conover, E. Nan- W Eg ning-ra, M. Smith, V. Sorensen, M. lndorf L. Schuett. 3 N THIRD ROW: W. Lohafer, G. Brevluwald, .l. Sc-hlerht, H. Goettsch, W. Albers, E. McDermott, M. Leon- 3 E ard, L. Wienert, L. Barr:-nstws, G. Joslin. N 3 FOURTH ROW: E. Jcnsvn, G. Roehlk, G. Niemeir, L. Perkins, P. Doyle, 'I'. Fell, V. lhms, l". liroxlcrsen 3 N G. Brand, L. Clausen. E LKIEFEFZHEESEHZERTEHEWZHEHZWZH256 EZWEHZHZWZWZFGZHEMZHZHZHIEHZ Class Officers President-eNlarion Smith Vice President-Arlene Kuchel Secretary-Treasurer-Robert Bass FRESHMEN'S DREAMS COME TRUE 'iWhat's the news?" I asked of the mayor as I breezed into the town of Silver Drake on this fourth day of February, 1952. "Just who are these strangely familiar looking people? Tell me quick." as E "So," replied the mayor, gazing at me disgustedly, "you don't even re- gi E member your old freshmen classmates-eh? Well, I'm Everett McDermott, S za the mayor of Silver Drake. The Drake Estate paid out about three months ago and all forty-five of us received millions of dollars. We're all doing now EGG H2 E 2 just what we've always wanted to. There is a million or so waiting in the bank Q Q for you. Tell me-what are you going to do with it?" gl Q "Buy a million dollars worth of hamburgers, of course-but what I'm in- 2 E3 terested in now is seeing all my old pals. Will you be my guide, Mayor Mc- 2 E Dermottv' no Pi' ' ' as Q3 We were off to see all the "dreams come true" of our old freshmen class. E E Our first visit was at jimmy Galvin's house and lol we found that jimmy, E who always did adore Santa Claus, had invited him here from the North Pole N E to live with him. We greeted jimmy and left him and Santa busily playing S 55 riddle-dee-winks. E as E ENE ill E E W E El-ll E D5 E M E ilil E Elil 53 B11 E Gil E IFS E Dil E H E 5-ll E Gil E W E N E Elfll E EH! Z N 3 Ki EE Gil EE Gil Z M E Elf! Z N E Elil 53 flil 53 H SZ llfl E Stl E S5 Z ll-fl Z Bi '23 H EZ Ili E D-5 E Dil NEWER Z H E N Z N Z N E H Z N Z N Z N Z E 2 N Z N Z W Z H Z H Z H Z W Z N Z N Z N Z N Z H Z N Z N Z H Z H Z N Z N Z H Z H Z H E Ei Z Ei Z H Z H H BH!! H3 IP fl? U7 o o :x m V1 2 CD 'I CD as O :- ro ca. P? :- na U7 FP "S rn na I' FP D' co U7 P+ '1 as ... : I0 o P+: 5 VY P+ rn I3 PP o O SI "1 co "1 3 so 3 ZEQS Band" reached my ears-and sure enough, the old troubadour, Robert Still, Q had organized a real little German band of his own. Looking over the musi- 2 N cians, I recognized the Albers boys, Earl Fick, Gordon Joslin, Earl Fritz, and E E Wilfred Lohff all beating out rhythm in three quarter time. As we approached, sa 5 their feature singer, Robert Hronek was singing, "I Have No Use For the Q E NVoElnerr"f Upon inquiry we found it was his desire to keep singing it the rest E 3 of is i e. E E As soon as we could tear ourselves away from the music, we found our- S 3 selves "uptown". As we passed a very exclusive style shop, we met the pro- S 2 prietor, Harold Goettsch, who invited us in. There we met the head designer, E E Mildred jacl-aes. to whom the store owed its tremendous success, and four very z E beautiful models who were once freshiesl Doris Carnes, Arlene Kuchel, Esther E sg jensen and Thelma Fell. We recognized two of their admirers, who sat all E S day long just idolizing them, as Lloyd Bagenstos and Leroy Schuett. E E just for a bit of relaxation after so many surprises, I suggested that we S drop in at a "movie". Mayor McDermott agreed, but first insisted upon in- E Q troducing me to the owner who was the wealthy Gilbert Rothfork. He cor- se E diallv greeted me, and told me he had a special treat in store for me. To our Q z surprise, we learned that Phyllis Doyle was the leading lady in the feature, and E Q resembled Greta Garbo remarkably. The vaudeville was tremendous! Lloyd 1: Q Wienert was billed as the I-Iurdy Gurdy Man with Donald Dutler for his as- 2 E sistant. Florence Brodersen was next on the program as the "Sleepy Time Gal". E N I recalled- to the mayor that she was good at that even in high school. When 2 Z!! F? 3' fo I3 rn P4 FP 5 C 5 U' fb 'I 2 sr U7 5. FY "1 o O- C o rn P' P? 77' 5 eo E 2 'J' no FY Q 5 rn '1 FP 3 cn an 5 Pf E 'J' no 5 5' rn U7 ff. D- Z E "special treat". There was a freshman class revue. As each member ap- E 2 peared, he sang his special theme song. Marie Indorf sang "Sweet Marie"3 S 2 joe Schlecht, "Got the jittersng Eunice Nanninga, 'Sophisticated Lady"g Lois E 'Q Clausen, "Stay as Sweet as You Are"g Viola Ihms, "Dark Eyes", Geraldine g 5 Roehlk, "I Wish That I Were Twins", john Galvin, "Lost in a Fog"g Samantha 2 as Conover, "So Shy", Gladys Niemeier, "Waiting to Grow", Marian Smith, f'My, 2 is Oh, My", and Robert Bass, "They go Wild, Simply Wild, Over Me". It was E E breath-taking, and Mayor "Mac" assured me that millions of dollars were ea E spent cultivating these voices. E So to Francine Steffen's house for lunch! As we were munching on her E 5 favorite food-jawbreakers and dill pickles-I was sure I heard Bing Crosby Q :a crooning. Sure enough! In the next room, we found Bing himself, who was E E hired by Gladys Brand to sing over and over to her, "Freck1e Face, You're S Q Beautiful". g 5 "Mayor Mac", I said, "you haven't told me the whereabouts of our old g 2 friend, Walter Lohaferf' E :ig "I-Ie's down on the farm, raising egg plants. And Maurice Leonard and E Raymond Lohff have been down in Maurice's cellar for nigh onto a month now trying to figure out whether or not the moon is really made of green cheese." EMZHZHZM HSHZHZHEH Swish! What was that? We looked up in time to see Lois Perkins, Ver- nette Sorensen and Vonita Hogrefe racing by in their Packards-their favorite li sport. E S f'Tell me-'what is the purpose of this empty school house?" I asked of 2 E Mayor "Mac", Q E dwell, you see, ofviue vohs built if so he might look at if once each day 3 Q and then say to himself, "I'm big now-I don't have to go to school. Nothing E E cheers him up so much." gg E It hurt me to leave Mayor 'fMac" and Silver Drake, but I had to go look fn Ei up choice cows for hamburgers, so I said farewell to the Millionaire Freshmen E 51 of '35". W E --Glenn Brecnwaid g ZMZHZ H Z Z IQ EZ BE I BO 5 Il Z BG E Ii E Ii IZ li K li E! 98 Z li Z ii Z BG E Ei Z Ei Z I6 EZ li Z Ei Z li li li I li IZ li E H 5 li Z li II II il I5 Z Ii EZ Ii IZ II 5 il Si ll I ii IE HZWZH 'Q H 'Y W Mg 5 'Z . 1-,ww ,, ' .F V R x ,.,, , ,V- l ' 1 1 , , 5' ..., it 2, frillal-. 3: I VE U sf: rm if: ms fl E Hal .Hi D51 5491 Gil F3 Qfl ai: Q3 :Hz rm SE fra :fe B41 if? Gil FS D11 E DU E3 LY!! E VF! 21.2 D51 53 E41 EB EH! E PHI IH! F23 Di! ETC IYJ ER IH! 52 IK! E IH! D0 EE D41 E Gil E N 2 3 W T43 IH! 2? Gil 1? Hi DU Fifi fif! iii LH SE G3 FG 1711 EE VH! li NI P? G11 53 DU R IH! 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Mcfrea, II. Albertson, G. Brunel, C. Pvrkins, A. Schlccht, B. M. Watts, N. Grant. Sl'Il'0Nll ROW: ll, Sa-hmirli, B. J. Hanwn, K Hzmsvn, W. Mills-r, .l. Jaihn, H. Thomasscn, IJ. l"v'voS1'IH'Hl H. Emlrllla.. THIRIJ ROW: S. Christvnscn, E. Witt, M, Kaus, D. Mmzilrca, C. Amlerwn, E. Marqnarmlt, E. B112-LU. ZNZHZHEHZHZHZHZHZHZHZHZHZHZHZHZMZHZHZHZHZHZHZHZHZHZNZHZNZHZNZHZMZHZHZHZHZHZ HZNZHZHSHZHZ ZHZHZHZHZHZMZMZHSNZHZH ENENENKNEWENENZNZNEHENENENZNZNENENENKNENZHEWENENZN HENZHZNEWENENENENE JUNIOR HIGH ACTIVITIES The Play "The Pirates' Ghost Garden", a two-act comedy under the direction of Miss Helen Meyer, was given April 6, in the 'Agym". A ventriloquist act was pre- sented between acts by Darrel Munz and Harold Hamil. The junior band furnished the music. The cast included: janet, a school girl, Doris Carnes, Aunt Priscilla, janet's excitable aunt, Arlene Kuchelg Matilda, Aunt Priscilla's maid, Wayna Micheel, Marmaduke, the school joke, Harold Goettschg Benja- min, an old caretaker, Everett McDermott, The Parrot, Robert Bassg jack, a school boy, Glenn Brechwaldg janet's chums fElaine, Gertrude, and Nancyj, Minerva Mercer, Phyllis Stricker and Fern Wehde, ,lackis chums fNed, Harold and Lawrencej, joe Schlecht, james Sones, and Wayne Schmidt, Village Maids, Elayne Utesch, Francine Steffen, Margaret and Florence Ogilvy. The play was given at Cherokee in May, and the junior high of Cherokee, in return, presented a play here.-Robert Stolley, The Banquet The seventh grade entertained the eighth grade and faculty at the annual banquet on May 12. The "gym" was appropriately decorated to represent a crazy quilt club. Pupils of the sixth grade were chosen to serve. james Sones was toastmaster, and toasts were given by Robert Stolley, Doris Carnes, james Sorensen, Harold Goettsch, Mildred jackes, Glenn Brechwald, Wayna Micheel, Florence and Margaret Ogilvy. Darrel Munz was master-of-ceremony for the floor show which consisted of songs and dances. The rest of the evening was spent dancingHAgnes Schlecht. The Blitzen The eighth grade was very successful in selling and printing the Junior High Blitzen. Many copies were sold and the profit was spent in junior high. The 1935 staff consists of the following: Editor-in-chief, ,james Sorenseng Assistant Editor, Robert Stolleyg Business Manager, james Sones: Social Editor, Elayne Utesch, Local Items, Florence Ogilvyg Story Writer, Minerva Mercer, joke Editor. Wyman Leinbaughg Cartoonist, Lloyd Lemkeg Sports Editors, Ferne Wehde and Marvin Willg Special Features, Wayna Micheelg Seventh Grade Reporter, Agnes Schlecht. The other members of the class served as reporters.-Robert Stolley. Music The junior high is very interested in music. There are eleven pupils in the high school band and ten in the junior band. A chorus of altos and sopranos from the sixth, seventh, and eighth grades was organized under the direction of Miss Dorothy Davis. Twenty-six mem- bers in the chorus are from junior high school.-Agnes Schlecht. Q Auiieacs Future high school stars usually begin to shine in junior high athletics. jim Sones and Wayne Schmidt practiced regularly with the football team. In basketball both the boys and girls played several teams from nearby towns. Each year the best trackmen are chosen to attend the annual junior high track meet at Sac City. In the previous combat the team made a good showing by winning third honors.-WRobert Stolley. in efvegg j ll Z H HERZHZNZHZHZHZHZHZNZHZHZHZHZNZHZNZNZHZNZHZNZHZHZHZH3 ZNZHZ ZHZHZNZNZHZWZH HZHZHZWZHZW EHEHZHZHZH2 HEMI I H Z H 3 N Z H 3 H 3 N Z N Z N 5 H Z N Z N Z M Z N 3 Z H Z W 3 H Z N Z W Z H 2 M Z 2 H 2 Z H Z N 2 W Z E Z H Z H Z N 2 Z E HEHZ 21125515530 2 Dil Z H 2 Gi E Lk! E Gil E Dil E Dil E Dil E IH Z FH! 3 E3 Z D5 E H ZZ E-5 Z H E H E L'-fi E B-it E H E H E Eli E H Z H 5?- D21 Z Si Z H 3 N E N Z 95 53 L55 E EFS E P55 2 E-'S Z E41 Z EFS El-'SEM E 1 N LESZE-'E Q M. FJEWEZEIIEWEEWZHZWEWEYPUEGGEMZERES ZNZHEWENZHZMZWEHZNZVEEBGZ 5 E M 3 394139036-1l?3GGEWEEifJ533-UEHEZSJEWEHEHENEHEHEMS71122-'GEGQEWZWEWEWEIFUEWEWEHEWESG LSSZEHIEGSZWZDGZMEH259295295EBSZHZNZWZS-112512552WZWZWZNZHZWZWZHZHZHZHZWZ SIXTH GRADE l"lRS'l' ROW: Ray W1-heh-, D. Ogilvy, I.. I"riedx-ichsen, .I. Fun-y, P. Meier, L. Larson. SECOND ROW: D. Kelley. D. Sorensen, E. J. Ewnldt, M. B. Porterficlsl. I. Rice, D, Christensen, I". Enmlrulat. THIRD ROW: Roy Wvhmle, R. Duvle, R. Jors, V. Kioettsch, R. I"riudric'hsen, G. Asprey. E - 1 - .W , 'i-5..f'6T no Dil 3 293 l l H3 Lil E : cn so af cs E11 2 liil 3 ii l"lliS'l' ROW: I". Sm-lim-li, .l. llinmria, FI. lirollersen, I.. Blagof, .l, Whitehouse, D. SCliniivH, S. Larson, W I.. su-1-11. I.. Rm-hlk. E Sl'li'ONIJ ROW: lVl. A. Srllmimlt, H. Stvvn, A. Ewulcll, R. Jackus, E. lic-luke, M. Harding, E. M. Murror, E5 H ll. G34-llivlw, W. Rm-hlk, A. Smith. 3 E-5 THIRD RUNV: R. Kahl, Nl. l. l.ur4-nzvn, I.. Kruse, H. Rathcrt, I". Ewolmlt, R, Bass, I7. Williams, I. Q 22 Kaus, R, Gm-itsch. M V. E '12 E E -. S-5 E Gi 2 EIB 5 LX. E FU E IPC E E41 E E?-G E W E LFG E W E L41 E E15 E G5 EZ E-'ll Z HI E fl-'S FZ H E Dil 53 W E Dil E H E EFI PE Gil 53 B43 E Dil E DG 3 l'a'l E Dil E Dil 2 D3 53 W E ll-il E W ZZ Dil S EHI E952 EWEHEWEHEMENSNEMENEWEHEHEHEHEHEMEHENEH3HENEHEHEWEHEMEMENENENENEHENEMEHEH U .4 223 WEBGZHZHEZWEWEWFEBGZWEHEHEHEEHEEFAZHEHEWEZHZNZCSSZHEZGGEGU-1322 I 1' E .-1 O 7.1 O 2 P1 U su O S 2 2 .. F5 111 D' 5 5 Q 5 IU S EJ 2. fb W 5 F' pf 3 2, Uv 21 "T In 55 5 5 S U 5 ' c F. :H 5 rv W' 9 U2 fb P1 5 .U QL fn 3 5 . O ?' 5 m Z 3. 1 G F1 F FJ L. O 2Lenz:mamLmmmrsazmzamagnawzswzmszmznazmxmzmmazmzneazmszmznama i . N A , FOURTH GRADE HEHEHZWZWZWZ EEXZZEHZHZHZMEW M. Doyle, J. Gries, K. Lenz. THIRD ROW: H. Rice, R. Lorenzen, P. Goclbersen, R. Saxen, P. McGuire, E. Saxen. W. Williams, R. Still, C. Carnes, R. Wiese. WEHIEWEEWEWE WZEHZHIZHSHEGJZNZLFJEWZWEWEEQZ fe EWS!HZHEWZHZCWZHZGSZGGZNZHZEKJZWEIFSZHZWZWEFFLU 'LSJEMIE NZM D-322 THIRD GRADE DG gi FIRST ROW: E. Sr-huett, M. Andersen, D. Roehlk, W. Rice, G. Johnson, W. Dwlyle, C. Miller, P. Sindh 2 . , N vi J. Witt. ia SECOND ROW: V. Glawc, li. Jurs, G. Gm-bers, D. Schubert, E. M. Ewoldt, J. Lenz, M. McGuire, E. E N Www U. B,-and I.. Rf-.-hm. 3 THIRD ROW: H. Endrulat, E. Husvn, F. Stoneking, D. Branco, H. Lorcnzfsn, Doris Hermeuke, M. A. El 55 Leinbaugh, A. Smith, Dorothy Hermecke. M EZJLJEMQS N EE Dil E IFE! E lk? E L23 E Dil E IFS EZ Gil 53 Gil E W E E241 E W E W E GG E EG Z 95 Z N Z EH! EE itil Z Gil E N E Gil E W E IFJ E3 E9-l E Dil EE Gil Z W Z EHJ E 53 E IH! E EH E EFS E L55 E Dil 3. iifiliill'-lEGf.l .alibi EDSPEEG3ESEGGEDGEYHJEGOEHEWENEGGEHENZLHJZHZWEMEFJEHESM3D-'flENEDGEMEWEEHEHEENEMEMEMEWENEHEHICN lHl 53 ge Q E9 E ... wr f few . M 'v f . no W 5 'gl f as sf: lf. N W sz EDUZHZWEHENSWZWEMEHZWEFJEHEHZWENSHEW NEWER!EEEZMENSNZHZHZWZEGZHZHEHZHZE-63052 SECOND GRADE E FIRST ROW: H. L. Walls-rs, 0. lfriellrin-lxsen, A. Will, R. Furuy, D. Ewnldt, H. Anmlresen, C. Slru-kcr, N E R. Hwoltli. E S SECOND ROW: D. Lemke, H. Kruse, A. Bass, D. Albers, D. Kelley, F. Gustafson, D. Enmlrulat, U. ES M Perkins. E THIRD ROW: L. Agnew, C. Ewnllll, J. Hansen, L. Kapaska, L. Libkv, II. Saxon, B. L. Christunsvn, W. 3 ii2f8:ZEH'iS5.5rE?.L23SHEWEDGZNEWEE-fiiiirflidiilgDGEEHEEESZNZETJEHZHEHENEWEWZNZHZISIZFPGEI?-52911 C 5 Z 5 F 5 2 5. F P65295ZDG2E-ilEZE-13ZWZ952HZHZWZWZWZH2552NZHZHZHZWZHZHZHZHZSGZHZEREZ9fJZil-GENE FIRST GRADE l"lRS'l' ROW: .l. I.:-inlu:n11:l1, FI. Malthaislcss, M. Whitehouse, M, A. Kahl, M. L. Bleasclell, Z. M. lfrvcsx man, A. Libkv, K. Wiese. S. Stoncking, A. Gocltsvh. PE L'-G F2-43 3 H E 957 E Dil E Llfl E Gil E IFS E Dil 23" EK! E ll-5 E EH! E Dil '23 N E E21 EE G5 E E41 E BID E H E H E H 2 B15 EZ lf-G E EG E W 24 Gi E N 53 Gil E Bil 3 DG E L55 E Dil EE Gil 3 E13 E M Pl' 5 HE ZNZZGGZHJEHEE G5 Z W E M E IH! 2 if-il Z EH Z E-fl Z N Z GS E EMI Z3 ERI 53 N Z N Z M Z H Z If-B Z Di EZ W E D23 3 N E H SC Gi E Bi Z Gil E IH! E Gil E EFS Z N ii N E D4 Z Di E BS E N E Dil E H ZNZWZHEZWZ 29512DilZEXTZIFGZLHIZHEWZHSWZWEHZBISEWXHEWZSGZGGEZMEGG W259255255253Z9929325629529-5295255294293ZHZEHIENZHZHEH Kindergarten E FIRST ROW: J. Miller, G. Miller, E. Ohrecht, P. Bochmann, A. Godbersen. gg W SECOND ROVV: W. Bretthauer, R. Friedrichsen, J. McGuire, G. Kock, H. Witt, M. Luttel. 3 E . N gil THIRD ROW: D. Schlumbaum, R. Mighell, J. Jurgensen, G. Whitehouse, D. Branco. E E ABsuN'r. L01-esta Cnpp. N W 53 3 is 21153832532 ZHZEHSZH THROUGH THE YEARS 553123357-IEZHEHZ ZNZHZIKQZFRTZERT Grave doubts and apprehensions accompanied this class of 1935 in their entrance to kindergarten 'way back in 1922. At this same time Holstein had another beginner, but there were no misgivings in regard to his future. Mr. Soth came to us highly recommended, and we consider ourselves fortunate in is securinv so ca able a man as head of our school, 2 E ca p N 3 E Through the years--in the grades, in junior high, in high school, Mr. Soth QQ iigg has, as we might say, watched over this class of 1935, reproving the more in- Q E corrigibles, and yet at the same time lending us a helping hand in every pos- gi ZDFJEIKIZLPS 9412992902 sible way. Now our high school days are finished. They will get along without us, E but Mr. Soth will go on being the same grand person to others that he has gl E always been to us. Our school and our lives have been made better because S ,E of him, and we hope that those who follow us learn to appreciate him as we E 5 have, and be guided by his example as we will be. E ll-115353-il '-I O 3 T' CD 9. D' fn o 5 8 D' E rn O S um ENE NEWS C- : ID P+ :r o E 5 c O :r 2 of : CD 4 ID "1 vw' :s O T2 ZGGEW EG-'EEZ WEN NEW '-I O S3 FY P+ 23. :x FV' :r CD D" 2. UQ :- FP CD O :s U1 O 5 FD Ph L: F9 s: "S FD D- D3 KF 2952 E NZWEZHEE DG E GG E Gil E l?-fl E GG EE E215 EE N Z W E Gil E Gi E E41 EZ H Z B-'fl 2 E2-'E Z H 2 H Z E15 E B41 E H Z N Z EFS Z N Z N 'S N EZ N 52 E41 EE Ei! Z EH? Z N E EH 522 ER? E H EZ Ri Z E31 3 Dil EE HEHZHEH But it's that which will help us along the way, -The Class of 19.35 1XN r ' S J S fa 5 E Q w it 5 s 5 1 5 25 ENZHZHEW 2 9:5 53 Bi Z N S B41 2 Di E N Z H Z li-fl E SS Zi W 2 N Z N Z H Z H Z N E N Z H Z N E N Z H Z H E N Z Ei Z S41 Z H Z 8-'S Z N ZZ N Z H Z H Z N Z E29 Z H Z H Z H ZHZHZHZEK3 E Football EDS GGZL55 ELEBZSEHIZHZH 2952952982 2 i . l lla f ' l 52 A A - - A . ig 1- l N ZSSZNEWZNZWEHEWZWZNENEGOE ZHZHZNZHZHZWZHZWZHZEHZN gg I"lRS'l' ROW: J. Sones, C. Kahl. J. Schlecht, E. McDermott, W. Michaelsen, E. Paulsen, D. Sullivan, Z N D. Petersen, R. McCl'ea, A. Warrender, W. Brand, W. Schmidt. N E SECOND ROW: K. Jensen, V. Galvin, H. Clark, J. Eicherly, E. Hansen, D. Schroeder, H, Lamp, H. 3 sizeeaeaz CU V1 FD a F3 I' 5 Q O B' II! UI C 5 F Q: O 5 U O fb 5 FD 9 fe Q '1 O E3 N F C O U Q B' F1 a W 2 Newman SUMMARY OF THE SEASON la Our Opponent 2 Date Opponent Where Played Score Score S 2 Sept. 2l Anthon Holstein 47 0 ig E Sept. 28 Aurelia Aurelia 42 6 E S Oct. 5 Kingsley Kingsley 47 o 2 . ea 2 Oct. 12 Movllle Holstein 33 0 S N Oct. I9 Alta Alta 37 0 3 E Oct. 26 Mapleton Holstein 52 0 2 Q Nov. 2 Correctionville Holstein 39 0 5 E Nov. 9 lda Grove lda Grove 6 6 ee ga Nev. zo Odebolt Holstein 46 6 Z E Q, .-. 3 W 349 18 E ZNZW 2952 Anthon at Holstein ,E Making its debute on the home grounds with Lamp, Hronek and Von Doehren 3 is playing their first game as regulars, Holstein easily defeated the inexperienced 52 E Anthon team. The powerful Holstein offense was asserted in their piling up S Q a 47 to 0 victory. gl S Holstein at Aurelia 5 ZH FF! X -Q CD O 2. Q UQ N FP Q Q UQ Q' Q- N FY ".I. CD FP Q' CD IE o ... KD Fi 2. Q Q' o K4 UI -Q N we CD Q. Q- N 'S Q. 'B o O FY Q- E N Q Q. N Ui N Z EN "1 FD U7 Q -'T E O Q FY Q- 2. "K U1 CD O o Q Q. E. O FP o '1 RF '-l Q' cn III 2. U3 FY' Q. Q o "YB 'B CD Q U7 cn Q- N Q. FP o o 5 Q O Q- U1 -Q O 0 Q. 93 Q Q. NZM drive for the Aurelia boys. The lone Aurelia score as a reslllt of a drive from their 24 yard line in which they completed 3 passes and were aided by 3 Hol- S3266 NZ 2 stein penalties. The pass defense of the Holstein secondary was poor. E se z I .2 CD FF 2. Q N FF 73 iz Q UQ EL fb we ei E Kingsley, represented by a very small eleven was completely outclassed. S S Galvin and Eicherly were constant scoring threats and Stubby's passes were E Gil 0 O 3 2. CD FF f'D Q. 'VB o "1 tio o O Q. :re E. Q Sf' U FD In -Q 3. FD F9 Q' fD P92 93 O FY FF Q- cn 1' 2. CD FF 2. Q U7 f'D Q o Q Q. PW' FD sn 5 M N 2 Z 2 much action a 7 to 6 defeat of a year ago was revenged with considerable odds S 5 hy the Holstein victory of 47 to 0. S Z ZR-SEE N E N E D15 53 Ei Z W E H EZ Stl E H 3 W E W E N E H EE 58 Z Gi E H Z 96 Z N Z Nl EZ H Z N Zi iii E BG EZ B5 Z SG E H Z H Z N Z M Z N Z E5 Z Bi 2 B4 2 H E Bi Z H Z NZWZW M INENENENENZNENENZNENZNENZNENZNZNZNZNENZNENZMZNEHZNENZNZNENENENENZNENENEH 5 E if ts 2 Moville at Holstein E E The Holstein offense had too much deception for the undefeated Moville Z 3 boys and they went down under a barrage of laterals and forward passes. The Q 5 game was marred by costly fumbles and penalties with Moville leading in the E E former and Holstein in the latter. The Holstein defense also played fine ball to E H2 hold Moville and the combination added victory number 4 by 33 to 0 score. sez I 2 Zi 2. Q 93 FP Z FF as was N N Q Led by Captain jack Eicherly Holstein somewhat marred the inauguration S of the new Alta athletic field by giving the local boys a decisive drubbing of N 2 37 to 0. Eicherly was the big cog of the offense with Bremer doing stellar Q 2 work on the defensive end. g W 2 3 . W Mapleton at Holstein Q S Displaying fine mid-year football the boys overwhelmed Mapleton despite 3 ee the fact jensen was hurt on the kick-off and lost for the remainder of the 2 S game. The game was quite dull with the exception of Holstein's offensive E 3 thrusts. The defense held Mapleton scoreless to bring in the sixth 'win by a as 52 to 0 margin. ee was Q 2 E C5 C-'Z Q Q 4 : 'S' N FF I 2. M FF 2. Q assesses N The Correctionville game proved to be a breather before the Ida Grove E game with the second stringers seeing much action. Correctionville had a E 2 very green team and will only lose two men this year. Holstein won handily 2 E for victory No. 7. The final score being 39 to O. 2 as 2 Holstein at Ida Grove Q 2 N 4 Q- CD 2. SD ll! Q- cr CD FP 4 C'D CD Q PP Q' CD Q Q Q. CD P41 CD N PP CD Q. U11 Q. D3 CD 'I O 4 co N Q Q. I 9. UD FP 9. Q 2 CD 4 CD Q CD Z E proved to be one of the standout games of Northwest Iowa. Playing before E 2 ZH Q CD "2 o 4 Q. Q P45 lm is FP Q' co I 2. U7 FW Q. Q cr o K4 UD 4 co "3 CD 'Q Q CD Q- CD Q. so : o 4 cu "S FP Q- SP. 'S o E Q FP CD "S E. FP o 'S -4 5. Z ,E the first half.. In the second quarter, Hansen, lda Grove end, raced through E E the napping Holstein secondary and caught Hazl1tt's 50 yard heave for a touch- 2 is down, Vickerstaff's place kick went wid-e but left them still leading 6 to 0. 2 E A little later Schroeder stopped another Ida Grove scoring attempt when he if g intercepted a pass on his own goal line and ran it out to the 10 yard line. The as E half ended with lda Grove leading 6 to 0 and having 4 first downs to Holstein's S 2 2. Holstein coming back strong in the second half played in Ida Grove territory Q most of the ti-me and scored when Eicherly ran SQ yards on a triple lateral to E Q the 21 yard line. ln five consecutive plunges Eicherly scored but his place E E kick was wide. The game ended in a 6-6 deadlock with Holstein having gained 2 W 129 yards from running plays to Ida Grove's 55, 6 first downs to Ida Grov-e's 4. 2 Q Eicherly was the outstanding man of the game and was the only man to cross 2 gg the Ida Grove goal till the Council Bluffs encounter, as 2 g Odebolt at Holstein E E ln the last game of the season, Holstein had little chance to display its 2 S power as the game was played in a drenching rain. Despite an Odebolt score E M on a pass the boys played good ball under the conditions of the field, winning 2 E handily 46 to 6. 2 3 ee ZMZNZ ZW H Players Honored by Sport Writers ln the All-Northwestern selection, Eicherly and Clark made the first team, N Z Hansen the second, Galvin the third, and Bremer the fifth. Eicherly was rated 2 lg as an all-state back on the Iowa Daily Press and Des Moines Register all-state 2 N selections. Hansen and Clark received all-state honorable mention also. These: S honors were added to the fine season's record of no defeats, producing the most E successful football season in the history of the school. jack Eicherly is also S the first Holstein lad to gain all-state honors in any sport and we heartily agree E 3 with sports writers as to his gridiron ability. S 3 ZMZH H Z W Z H Z H Z N 2 N Z H Z H Z H Z N Z N Z H Z H Z H Z H Z H Z H Z H Z H Z H Z H Z H Z H Z H Z H B D5 K Z 59 EZ B5 EZ DS EZ Di EE Di EZ SQ E D5 EZ Di E WZHZ MEMS lQ3DilEBGEWEGGEIHEHZWEDGEEHENEEHEMENEDGEFEEM31513052113EDQEIHJSZIFJZHEMENEHEMEHEWEMEHFEMQTP Basket Bull R. lVleCrea, D. Sullivan, W. Brand, R, Gale, H. Clark, V. Galvin, D. Sclwovder, E. Paulsen, J. Eicherly, E. Hansen. BASKET BALL SCHEDULE Our Their Date Opponent Where Played Score Score Tues., Dec. 18 Danbury Holstein 26 15 Fri., Dec. 21 Odebolt Odebolt 30 13 Fri., jan 11 Galva Holstein 40 8 Tues., jan 15 Battle Creek Battle Creek 48 16 Fri., jan. 18 Ida Grove Holstein 31 25 Nlon., jan 21 Galva Galva 36 15 Fri., jan 25 Odebolit Holstein 25 12 Tues., jan 29 Danbury Danbury 53 12 Tues., Feb. 12 Alta Holstein 44 20 Thurs., Feb. 14 Storm Lake Storm Lake 19 11 Fri., Feb. 15 Battle Creek Battle Creek 53 12 Fri., Feb. 22 Ida Grove Ida Grove 30 25 REVIEW OF SEASON The memory of the boys basketball team of 1934-35 will linger in the minds of Holstein fans, not only because it was a winner, but also because it was a well trained and a clean, hard playing aggregation. With a nucleus of four regulars from last year's team. Coach Eidahl built up a well balanced ag- gregation of ten men. The only gap to fill was one guard position which was efficiently held down by Paulsen and McCrea. The 1935 season uncovered some classy shooting by Galvin, Schroeder, and Sullivan at forwards, Eicherly at center, and Hansen at guard. Paulsen's height was an asset under the bas- ket while NlcCrea's flashy floor work kept the offense going at a good clip. ln their opening game of the season, Holstein was pitted against the fast Danbury team which boasted four victories and no defeats. Holstein dis- playing some fine basketball, downed them 26 to 15. Three days later the Holstein quintet won their first game on the road by downing Odebolt in a loosely played game 30 to 13. AEHENEDUE1X153IH!2002595395213SDGZNZHEEHEIHEHEMEMES MEIHIEMEMIESMIEMIEDQEHEHEHZHEHEIHIEWENEHZMSN ZNZHZHZHZE N Z H Z N Z H Z H Z H Z H Z M Z N Z H Z N Z N Z H Z N Z W Z H Z H Z N Z N Z N Z N Z N Z H Z M Z H Z N Z H Z H Z N Z H Z H Z H Z H Z H Z H ZNZHZHZHZ The orange and black basketeers started the new year out right with a 40 to 8 win over Galva on the home floor. E Playing on the Battle Creek floor, Holstein played an easy game emerg- 2 2 ing the winner by a 16 to 48 count. 2 is Playing Ida Grove three days later on the home court the boys outplayed E N lda Grove badly the first half by a 9 to 18 count. Rallying in the third quarter, Q E lda Grove scored more points than Holstein. A late fourth quarter rally if brought a Holstein victory by six points, the final score being 3l to 25. N Playing at Galva with only two nights of intermission, the boys easily N z took Galva despite the handicap of the small floor, the final score being 15 to 36. W . . . 2 E Playing a return game on the Holstein floor, Odebolt, with a very potent N 3 and somewhat unexpected bit of zone defense, held the locals to 25 points. E E However they were unable to score more than 12 points on the Holstein de- 3 E fense. E E Playing Danbury on their floor, Galvin proved the big cog in the Hol- 2 as stein offense, getting past his guard for many close-in shots. Danbury was E Zi! U' fb ID FV FD I3 U1 CD 1-r O 53 Z 2 2 E Maple Valley Conference Tournament Q E Holstein drew Kingsley in the first game of the Maple Valley Tourna- E if ment and easily handed them a decisive drubbing 31 to 14. In the second 3 Q round Danbury defeated Holstein by virtue of a free throw 33 to 34 after 3 E Hansen and Schroeder had gone out on fouls. The Danbury attack featured 2 N many pot shots from near the middle of the floor. In the Consolation Hol- 2 3 stein completely outclassed Anthon to win 39 to l6. The Maple Valley Tourna- es ZHZHZNZHZ ZH HZHZH ment was won by Ida Grove. ............ H Playing a fast brand of ball Holstein romped over an old rival when they Z took Alta by a 20 to 44 count. E E ln a great defensive battle at Storm Lake, Holstein trimmed the Tor- 2 2 nadoes I9 to ll. The Holstein forward wall were cold on their shots, but E N fine defensive work by Hansen, McCrea and Paulsen kept the Lakers behind. 3 E Holstein again scored another one-sided victory over the weak Battle E E Creek team. Playing on the home floor, they made 53 points to Battle E E Creek's 12. is E Playing its last game in the Maple Valley Conference before a capacity 2 gg crowd at lda Grove, Holstein won the Maple Valley Conference with 10 vic- E H FP o 2. cn U7 an :s n. 5 o Q. cn '05 aa sn FP Y' E m E. :S UQ ID 5 co cn "1 "I sn FP ... 0 no ... -. K4 F? 'J' rn IE "1 lb FY' If an ... l"' I o .- Cl! P+ Q. 5 S m CD 2 E behind at the half. Coming back strong in the last half, they won, 25-30. E 3 E Iowa H. S. Sectional Tournament E sc 2 O :S i-+ D' CD O 'U O E. I3 UQ Q- N 'C O F95 P+ D' CD CD I"f 93 1-r KD CD O 0 CL O 5 32. 'i O C "I 5 SD B CD D r-0 93 rf n-1 Q- N C3 "S O C 'CD V-1 N O 77 H S Eicherly became ill. Being only able to play part of the Galva game and not any Q Q of the Odebolt game, Holstein was handicapped for height. Still under 'the 2 E weather, jack played part of the final game with lda Grove. His loss was too pg 2 great and although they played a great game, they were beaten by height and S E not basketball ability. Holstein beat Galva 45-17g Odebolt 20 to 30 and lost E E to lda Grove 29 to 23. 2 H I -- i E The loss in the Sectional closed one of the best seasons in the history'of E S the school. The team did not lose a single scheduled game and held two de- M E cisive victories over each of the two teams to whom they met defeat. E Q The squad will lose some men of fine caliber in Galvin, Eicherly and E H C0 O 5' 'I o cn n. fb "1 2 D' o 2 cn "1 rn 2 2 sm K4 U7 o o :s U7 PP so 5 FV U7 0 o 2. C3 UQ FP :T '1 rn no FY U7 5. F0 5' rn F95 o "1 2 sn "1 Q- 2 nw :I Z 5 Much credit must go to Coach Eidahl for his untiring efforts and cooperation S 3 with the team. S W 2 3 na S852 H S H I H EI Ii I li BI II I Il I ll II ll II ll I li I ll I ll II ll BI Ii Il Il II ll I II EI ll I ll II ll I ll II Il II Il I li SZ Ii I Gi I Bi EI Ii I Bi I Ei EI Ei EZ Bi I IH EZ E BITIEI ,Ab EMEL'fllEDtl3M3lXlEll'il3ll1lEGGEIRTEHEHEHEHEHEMEHEWEWEHRMSEMEGGSEMEHEWEWEHZZHEWEMEHEIQMENEDQEEUSJ 2:3 E 5'-U iii D0 E Et-fl Dil DG ES'-l EFS 3 E lf'-fl 0 i 7 E 11715 Basket Bull ffl a Q 3 M lXl 2 E W 3 E v Q S N no E 2 ,. W ef Q at E . 5 E I.. Hansen, E. O'I"u1'ey, B. Ewoltlt, D. Stolley, l. Meyer, M. Schmidt, N. Utesch, M. Stewart, L. M W Ht-rmecke, F. Ute-sch, M. Clausen Lia E BASKET BALL SCHEDULE E Their Our Q 5 Date Opponent Where Played Score Score Q Dec. I4 Pierson Pierson IO 45 54 Dec. I8 Danbury Holstein 5 49 E Dec. 21 Odebolt Odebolt is 42 5 M jan. ll Galva Holstein 8 40 M E jan. 18 Ida Grove Holstein 24 .36 23 H jan. 21 Galva Galva 13 36 gl La Jan. 25 Odebolt Holstein 28 65 5 E5 jan. 29 Danbury Danbury 7 32 Lg E Feb. I2 St. Patricks, Danburv Holstein 16 52 an E Feb. I9 Pierson Holstein 6 40 'S Feb. 22 Ida Grove Ida Grove 17 26 E 2 iid a REVIEW OF SEASON E2 3 ta Ml . . IE Pierson at Pierson E W The girls opened their basketball season by defeating Pierson 45 to IO. 2 The game was rather slow due to the fact that new rules had been made and E Eg were used by both teams for the first time. rg tm , M Danbury at Holstein S 5 Playing a better defensive and offensive game the Holstein cagers de- E 3 feated the Danbury girls 49 to 5. The Danbury team offered little opposition. E E Due to this fact, the second team saw a bit of action and displayed their ability. N , odebon at odebou E E Due to intensive drill and practice on the weak points found in the local QQ E girls playing, they defeated the Odebolt six 42 to 13. This game provided the I5 3 most competition up to that time. The fast-breaking and sure shots of the gg forwards put them in the lead. Stewart was high point scorer of the game. E53 W 2 Ei a E 23 DG 53 Gil E lil! E E BG E Gil E lfll E llrll E Dil E Ml E ll-G E DG EG Eli E Elil 2 El-ll E W E IFS E W S H E GS E D-fl E Gi E' Gil E Gil P3 Gil E fill E H 2 lkl E Dil E Bi E Eli 2 N E lifl EE VG E FK! Z. H1 HZHZHZ5 H Z N Z H Z H Z H Z H Z M Z N Z N Z H Z H Z M Z H Z N Z H Z H Z N Z N Z N Z N Z N Z H Z M Z H Z H Z N Z H Z H 3 H Z H Z H Z N Z H Z H Z H ZHEWZNZ Galva at Galva E The playing of a cool-headed game and using various plays proved to be EE Q the downfall of Galva who were defeated by a score of 40 to 8. Stolley was E high point scorer in the forward court. E N E :M i n.. an L? e 4 Q B'- I E- FF Q .... .1 Z x Because of excellent team work and the sharp shooting of Clausen the Q 2 local girls maintained their undefeated standing by winning from Ida Grove 3 36 to 24. Galva at Galva E As in the years past, the Galva floor was again the cause of a very slow and as gg slippery game. The Holstein girls obtained a lead from the start which they S Q held throughout the game and won by a score 36 to 13. E as 3 Odebolt at Holstein E Using many plays and passes the Holstein six completely outplayed the Odebolt girls in a very slow and listless game. The score 65 to 28 represented E the playing of the entire squad. Wehde obtained high point honors due to E E excellent shooting. E P5 I E Danbury at Danbury 2 E Two outstanding features of the game were found in both courts. Sharp- 2 fs shooting and good guarding brought the final result to a score of 32-7. E l B9 E St, Patricks at Holstein E E Many plays and the good deception of local girls completely stunned the 5 E opposing team. The final score of the game was 52 to 16. E E Pierson at Holstein 5 5 Probably the most uninteresting game of the season was played with fa 3 Pierson. The playing of the local girls was not up to its usual standard. Many E E wild passes and reckless shooting lowered the score to 40 to 6. E Ida Grove at Ida Grove Meeting Ida Grove on their floor gave the Holstein girls the most com- petition of the season. The opponents obtained a 5 to 1 lead but the Hol- stein girls rallied and maintained a lead throughout the game. It was a hard fought battle, but once more Holstein came out on top with a score 26 to 17. S GIRLS WIN SECTIONAL 'roURNEY 2 5 Holstein girls, playing championship ball, defeated Lytton, Fonda, and Ida E E Grove in the sectional tournament at Odebolt which was held February 28 E E and March 1 and 2. The scores were Lytton 39 to 7, Fonda 39 to 19, and Ida 2 Grove 35 to 15 in the finals. E E GIRLS VICTORIOUS IN DISTRICT TOURNAMENT E Holstein and Ledyard won the honors in the Northwest Iowa district S tourney at Lake Park, March 7, 8, and 9, entitling them to go to the state girls z ga basketball tournament at Des Moines. 2 5 Scores in the round robin were: Harris 33, George 313 Holstein 25, Led- Q E yard 21: second round: George 40, Holstein 26, Ledyard 27, Harris 25, third E E round: Ledyard 29, George 333 Holstein 24, Harris 23. gil ZNZH NIH! STATE TOURNAMENT Thursday, March 14, at 11 a. m. our girls met Hillsboro for the first fi game of the State tourney, which was held in the Drake field house, Des 2 fi Moines. Our girls were defeated 20 to 13, thus eliminating Holstein from the L' E tournament. E Holstein High School is indeed proud of this fine, fast clicking team 2 which is perhaps the most famous in the history of our school. 2 N 2 IHZH I I I I ll II IG Il Il II ll Il ll il ll I li IE ll I li I DI I li SZ li IZ ii SZ li Il II li I! I! 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IJ I3 2 U1 tceaaasazeaztaazca State Indoor Meet With only a few nights of practice Coach Eidahl entered Sorensen and 2 E Eicherly in the State Indoor Meet at Iowa City. Making their debut in the E 3 University of Iowa field house Eicherly placed sixth in the shot-put and Soren- E Q sen won his heat of the 440 to place fourth in the finals. S ia E Carroll Relays E 3 in WZ G 5 'o rn C1 :x UQ so UQ 93. :s fn FP m :1 sn -1 '1 m K4 o PVS '77 sw 'D FY FY FD no 5 U7 I o ...- U7 FY Q. :1 Tl. ro O rn Q. U7 rn O o .1 n. E. F9 :r cr H M annual Carroll Relays. Eicherly contributing IO points was high point man of na E the meet. The medley relay team, which won its heat, placed second in the E zz: finals giving Holstein a total of 13 points. Fort Dodge won the meet with E E Holstein, Ida Grove, East High of Sioux City, Central of Sioux City finishing E W in the order named. E EH HZ H C5 2. 4 P I C l ra 1 eb 10 P 5 2 ro C1 -1 fb eo FT Z wx: E With many new men breaking into the scoring Holstein displayed its E S prowess in both track and field events to tuck away the local meet. The boys- E 1: compiled 85 points compared with 33 for Battle Creek and 18 for Galva. E EMZN3 H Z N 3 H E H 2 H EE Di EE Gi E G0 EE DG E2 DG EE Ei EE S0 EE 95 EZ 55 EZ Si EE E5 EE BQ EE Bi EZ Ei EE Si EE 95 EZ Si EZ 55 EE Bi EZ Ei EE Ei EZ SG E3 Ri 53 Ei EZ 50 EZ 95 E3 D5 EE SG EE Si E3 D9 E3 HZWEW Sl 2 li Z H Z ll E El Z H Z BI Z N Z H Z Ei Z N Z H 2 N Z H Z H E H Z H Z B8 Z N Z Gi Z H Z N Z N Z N Z H Z N Z N Z N N Z H Z H Z H BG Z H Z H Z H H3 Maple Valley Conference Meet With a large squad participating lda Grove edged Holstein out of the E Maple Valley Conference title by a mere 1-6 of a point. The Holstein boys 2 H were credited with 10 firsts and 6 new conference records compared with lda 5 3 . . ug Grove's 5 firsts. The Battle Creek squad finished in third place with 16M E 3 points. Ike again was outstandin with a total of ZGM4 points. N 2 g 2 , N 2 Blg Four Meet E 2 Showin much im rovement the Holstein squad paced nineteen other 2 g P . . . ss Q schools through out the meet to take it with 31 points. Ida Grove with 24 E all points placed second, Pocahontas with 21W points was a strong third. Eich- g if erly was the outstanding performer of the meet with 17M points. 2 H E allzll 'U W O 0 D- U' K4 L-A N 0 W E72 95 9Q:r 'Zi 5- 95' wi oh-1 O 'S ai? , 'U 2. 3? .ww I3 2. wi FY' 2. :s E O :x O :s 0 :E 2. n. lexus ll FTD 4 CD :: FP 93 :J Q. E. N O CD ca. 5. 0 4 0 "1 X4 FP "3 N O Pr Q 4 CD :z ff S H. :- F? :r cv CD :4 O CD -o 3. O :x O P95 FY :' O :r z: "1 E' 0 U7 FU o 2 2 garner 30 points and second place. The well balanced Estherville team copped E E the meet with 32M points and East High of Sioux City took third with 25 2-5 3 n points. Eicherly started the scoring by winning the shot put and placing second Q 5 in the 100 yard dash. Gale counted by placing second in the mile to be followed 2 5 by Sorensen and Warrender who won their heats in the 440 and 880 respective- H : ly. The Holstein scoring spree ended when Eicherly won the 220 and Soren- S E sen placed fourth in the same event. Eicherly was high point man of the meet. E I z ne State Outdoor Meet 2 If Pitted against the class of the state Holstein counted again. Eicherly, Q E who had qualified for the dashes by winning his heat of the 100 and placing 2 5 second in his heat of the 220 placed in the finals. His fourth in the 220 and S 5 fifth in the 100 netted 3 points. He also qualified for the shot-put but did not gg 1: compete in the finals. Sorensen won fourth in the 440, a race which set a new E E state record. The State Meet closed one of the best track seasons of the E 5 school bringing to light some outstanding performances in both track and S: 2 field events. Merle Sorensen, fleet quarter-miler was chosen post season E na captain by his team mates. Ten men were awarded letters for the '34 season. 2 XIII 2 E TRACK LETTER MEN OF 1934 S Q l. JACK EICHERLY: Undoubtedly one of the fastest men in the state. He E E also packs enough power to sling the weights. The '35 season will be his 5 3 last. fl E 2. MERLE SORENSEN: An outstanding track man throughout his high E Q school career he came through in speedy company. The '34 season was fi his last. 3 2 2 3. BOB GALE: He has what it tak-es for the distances and generally gen- 2 2 crates a fast finish. The '35 season closes his high school track career. Q Pg 4. EARLE HANSEN: A big guy who with a little more push should make 2 N an ideal weight man. He won't be lost till after the '36 season. 2 E' 5. DELOISE SCHROEDER: The Schroeder cyclone was only a breeze com- 2 E pared to the way he should clear the sticks this spring. His last season. E E 6. NORTON NELSON: A fast starter Norty developed into a very capable E E quarter miler. He will not compete in the '35 season. E E 7. HAROLD BREMER: Although lacking the size of a weight man with a Ll E little more form he should cut his share of the points. ll 5 8. KENNETH JENSEN: Quite a speedster with the '35 and '36 seasons left E E he should cut quite a slice in the dash and hurdle points. E E 9. EWALD BRODERSEN1 He really picks them up and lays them down with S 3 frequency. He doesn't graduate till '37. E 2 10. ALICK WARRENDER: A great little half-miler whose five points will E W be missed in the district. The '34 season was his last. 2 . nn. ii KV ' N1 3 :gg 1 . , f , N ' V -Pk . , s, . WY 'iw' " SQ" f' 1 W, fy ,, ,S " 3. ' f ,.., I . 1 , ,:' , a yu , - N HEWZHEZESZNZll-11ZDQEHENZEXIZWZEff!EHJENEHEMZNELQEHZWENEHEWZHZHZNZIQQZNENZNEEFOSNEIHZWENENEWERElP".lEW3E1El?5JSlXlEBQlEi2lEHEHENEMENEMEHENEHEHESME EEEiiilklidHEWQEWZGWEFXJEHEIHEEHENENEIXIZNEHZHENZMEHSEMENSEWZEWZSGEEQOEGGEVHIEEHIEHENEMEHFEDGEWEIXJSI H' h S 11 IB d l"lRS'I' ROW: L. Frietlrichsen, J. Furey, D. Ogtilvy, R. Stolley, B. Ewoldt, M. Clausen, D. R. Porter. fieltl, W. Miuheel, R. Gaedicke, B. J. Hansen, E, Wehde. SPIVOND ROW: E. Hrumlerscn. 'l'. Fell, P. Strieker. E. McDermott, E. Rathert, G. Nivmeier, .I. Kahl. W. Gnettsch. V. Adams. L. Hermecke, I". Utesch. THIRD ROW: G. Rothfork, R. Frietlrichsen, J. Jathu, M. Will, L. Hansen, M. Ouilvy. H. Gam-ilit-lte. li- M. Watts, A. Bruninxr, I". Oxrilvy. lf0UIi'l'H ROW: K. Von Doe-hren, M. Lorenzen, F. Steffen, G. Brechwald, M. Stewart, N. Iltt-sch, E. Hansen, W. Johnson. Oboe Ralph Gaedicke Flute and Piccolo Barbara jean Hansen Bassoon Florence Utesch Clarinets Ethel Goettsch Loraine Hermecke Wayna Micheel Velma Adams Wilma Goettsch Norton Nelson Maurine Clausen Dora Ruth Porterfield Blossom Ewoldt Margaret Ogilvy Ann Bruning Betty Mae Watts Gladys Niemeier june Kahl i- . INSTRUMENTATION Saxophones Lois Hansen Florence Ogilvy Earl Fick Florence Kahl Comets Robert Stolley Douglas Ogilvy Evelyn Rathert Everett McDermott Gilbert Rothfork Phyllis Stricker james Sones james Furey Robert Friedrichsen Viola lhms Baritone j am es J atho Basses Willis johnson Kramer Von Doehren Glenn Brechwald French Homs Marian Lorenzen Marvin Will Robert Still Russel Kahl Percussion Evelyn Wehde Loren Friedrichsen Thelma Fell Evelyn Miller Officers Presf--Marjorie Stewart Vice-Pres.fNorton Nelson Sec'y and Treasf- Norma Utesch S Z H Z H Z D5 E E5 E bil Z E15 E Sit 53 llfil E Dil E N Z H EE BG E Stl Z N Z N Z Sai Z N Z N E Bi E S13 EZ N EQ 913 2 lt-fl EE N E E-G EZ W Z EFS E ki Z S45 SZ H E ll-'fl Z Gil E N 53 PF-'J 2 E HEWENZH25-02332NZWZHEWZHZHZWZWZHEHZHZHEHENZHEHEHEBGZHENZRSHENZHENEll42lXJEBllElHl29f122L'-GEEQZWSMEHZIHIZE'-iii!IHIZLYIEIFGZNEHEHENENEWEMZWEWZWEN ZHZHZH Z H Z H Z H Z H Z H Z H Z M Z H Z N Z N Z H Z H Z H Z H Z H Z H Z H Z N 2 N Z N Z H 2 H Z N Z N Z N Z N Z H Z H Z H 2 H Z H 2 H Z H Z BG Z H ZNZWZ 3 Trip to Fort Dodge-1934 E as 5 On june 28, the members of the Holstein band left for Fort Dodge where 5 they took part in a music festival with twenty-five other bands. At noon each E band marched through the main streets. After all the members of the bands 5 2 were served at a luncheon, they marched to the park where they massed and S E gave a concert under the direction of Karl L. King of Fort Dodge, and C. E. 2 ne Clausen of Holstein. The massed band, which consisted of over 400 members, E 5 was led by Mable Fritz of Holstein. Of the twenty-five bands present, Hol- E Q stein was one of the best appearing. E 3 as E state Fair-Des Moines-1934 E g The State Superintendent of Schools of Iowa, requested that Holstein, E E along with many other high school bands, be present at the Iowa State Fair, E Q August 26, 1934, At one o'clock that afternoon, Holstein joined the marching E Q bands who each played several marches. Then the fifteen massed bands gave E ZHZHZH N 517 :r O "1 F0 0 O : O CD '1 FP z: :J D- O "1 PQ :r KD E1 '1 fb O SL O :s O Ph 71 N '1 ..- F' E :s on O Ph 'H O "1 1-9 D O Q. on .SP P-1 O 2 DD ZHZMZ Sub-District Music Contest,-1935 E Friday, March 22, the Holstein high school band placed first in the sub- Q 3 district music contest at Odebolt. Holstein and Battle Creek were the only Q Q two concert bands entered in Class UC". The test selection played by both Q 2 bands was the overture, "Calvalcade" by Holmes. For the optional selection E E Battle Creek played "A Night in Tripoli" by Richards, and Holstein played E N "One Beautiful Day" by Hildreth. Holstein was given two first places and one Q E second by the judges. R. H. Pronk, of Waterloo, james Melichar of Cedar 2 5 Falls, and Anthony Donato, of Des Moines, were the judges, 2 5 Mr. Pronk, of Waterloo, praised the band's very commendable instrumen- 2 E tation and said he believed that with careful training and added enthusiasm E g this band would add honors to our school and director. Mr. Melichar, the II 2 judge from Cedar Falls, commented upon the band's good tempo and stated E E that the group played with a fine style. All three judges commented on the E 'Q beautiful horn solo and the able accompaniment. E 1: E District Contest at Le Mars E The annual district contest was held at Le Mars, April 6, 1935. The Hol- Q stein band, competing against the bands of Alta, Hinton, Lake Park and Q E Orange City, was the only one to rank superior. The technique, tone, interpre- E 2 tation, instrumentation and appearance of the band was very outstanding. z The judges for the bands were: Raymond W. jones, North High School, Des E E Moines, O. Lincoln Igou, Iowa State Teachers College, Cedar Falls, Alvin Q Edgar, Roosevelt High School, Des Moines. E 5 -- 2 Q The Holstein band will attend the State Music Contest to be held at the 5 E State University of Iowa, Iowa City, May 2, 3 and 4. The band will travel g H there in cars. It is expected that they will make an excellent showing. z EMZHZHZHIMZHZHINZHINZHZH I I H II IE I IG II ll I Il ll ll I Il II ll BZ I9 Z Il B Bi IZ ll ii Ii II ll I li Z I! EZ Bi EZ li EZ li EZ ii li Bl EZ li Il Ei li Bi I Ei I Bl ll 1 B Ii IE ll If Di IZ Ei IZ li I E NZNZHZHZNZNIHSWSHZHZHIHI EWEHEMEHEHEWEHEWZMEMEMZMEHZNEMZMEMZWEWEMEMEMEMEHEMENENEMEMEHZMEMEMENEHE HEWEWEHENENENZMEHZHEHEHEWEHZHSHZWZWZWEWZNZWZWENEWZNEHENEW?NZWZHEWEWEHENEWEHEMEWSHEHEHENENEHEWENE Sopranos June johnson Norma Utesch Evelyn Wehde Eunice Nanninga Margaret Gustafson HECRHET-'5liQGt'lElilf.iXlE WEB 5:1 Z appearances. G ee Club FIRST ROW: K. Clark, J, Johnson, M. Fritz, l". Utesch, N. Utvsch, M, Mercer. Kscxlvite-J. SECOND ROW: P. Doyle, D. R. Porterfield, E, Nannimza. D. Kicslimz. E. We-hrle. L. Hanson, L. Hermccke, M. Stewart, B. Ewoldt, M. Gustafson, V. Adams. L.1 --. Second Sopranos Velma Adams Marjorie Stewart Blossom Ewoldt Mary Mercer Myrtle Fritz Dora Ruth Porterfield SEXTETTE Altos Florence Utesch Katherine Clark Phyllis Doyle Lois Hansen Loraine Hermecke Dorothy Kiesling The Holstein High School girls' sextette, composed of june johnson and Norma Utesch, first sopranosg Mary Mercer and Myrtle Fritz, second so- pranos, Florence Utesch and Katherine Clark, altos, under the direction of Miss Dorothy Davis, has done exceptionally good work all year. The girls sang several beautiful selections for "The Silver Tea" of the Holstein Woman's Club: for the school-masters' banquet, and for both the local and lda County declamatory contests. Their work was thoroughly enjoyed at each of these MEHENEWSM3 NENEHEMEWEMEHEWENZ EWZHSHEWEWEHEWEWEWENEHZHEHE H MENEWZWZHZHZWEWEWEHEREWEHENEHEHEHEHZNENENENZHZWZWZWZ D-'GE Z E?-'S E H S D-'3 E K E H E Gil E W E Gil E Dil E EH! E E0 E N E13 N E EFS E EK! Z Stl Z N Z Di E Eli E Gil S N Z 2-il Z H23 E E225 E2 N E Ml 2 E81 E Ri! E H E El-fl E H E GG 3 FH! E EH! E D-fl E HZ ZHZHZHZ5 H Z H Z H Z H 2 H Z H Z N Z H Z N Z H Z H Z N Z H Z H Z H Z N Z M Z W Z M Z H Z N Z N Z H Z N Z H Z N 3 H Z H I H Z H Z H I H Z H Z H Z H ZNZHZHI STATE CONTEST-1934 S May 4, 1934, the Glee Club competed with nine other Class C glee clubs E 3 at the state contest at Iowa City. They sang the required numbers, "ln the E E Time of Roses" by Reichart and "The Cradle Song" by Brahms, very well. E HZ -4 :T O UD - m O 2. E U' H N FY' CD D- CD X O 2 5 I FP 95 - O I UQ 2 :Y If E O CD E. 5' E O 4 KD 51 O O H 5' CD 97 P' 21 O - W I KL li E and Eldon. The judges were Dudl-ey Buck, Arthur Kraft, and Max Krone. 5 E On the same evening the sextette competed with fifteen other girls' vocal E be groups in the Methodist Church. It rated excellent, which was very good con- 2 E sidering the size of the schools with which they competed, some of which were al 5 Roosevelt High of Des Moines, Dubuque, Spirit Lake, Spencer, Sioux City, me E Fort Madison and Mason City. The judges who served for the glee clubs E 5 also acted for the small groups. E SUB-DISTRICT MUSIC CONTEST-1935 Glee Club Q On the evening of March 23, 1935, the Holstein Girls, Glee Club com- sa z peted with six other Class "CH glee clubs at the sub-district music contest at E E Odebolt, The two required test selections were "Echoes" by Candlyn and E "The Year's at the Spring" by Beach. The extra number selected by Holstein E E was "Clouds" by Clark. The Holstein glee club rated superior and Early also 3 E secured this rating. E 'Q Sextette E E The Holstein High girls, sextette competed with twelve other sextettes at 5 2 the music contest held at Odebolt, March 23, 1935. The songs., 'fBy an' By", E E by Burleigh and "Last Nightu, by Strickler were sung very well although they 3 pq received only an excellent rating. Early and Sac City each was rated superior. 5 Holstein's sextette was given a first, second, and third place by the judges. W. E 5 L. Multer, Iowa City, Harold Stark, Iowa City, H. L. Wilson, Vermillion, as S South Dakota were the judges. E 425515 ZHZHZ DISTRICT MUSIC CONTEST After winning at the sub-district music contest held at Odebolt, the girls' N . E glee club attended the district contest which was held at Le Mars. The com- E petition was very strong and the girls were given an excellent rating. Superior E ratings went to Whiting, winners at the state in 1934, and Orange City. The 5 H2 : 2 U7 P+ Q. 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E E The program included toasts and songs by the senior class, After a E E three course dinner, the evening was spent dancing and playing cards. E E The Program E E Prelude .. ...................... Wilma Wickey 2 5 Theme ........................ La Vaughn Curtis E E Staff ..., . .................................. Mr. Soth 2 E Melody ...Marilyn Ewoldt, Gladys Fritz, Norma Utesch 2 E Clef .... ............................. N adine Fowles 2 : Ngres ,, .... Donna Stolley 2 I Rhythm .. ..... Agnes Schlecht 3 E Coda ........ .............. K marine Clark 2 ll Double Bar .................. Gene Steffen, Lester Moeller 2 nznsn E 5 I E Z 2 H ES E O Z mesa: The clapping of paddles and red candy stickers marked another freshmen initiation, Friday, September l4. The Wgreen freshies" were such good sports E that everyone-including themselves-enjoyed the day At noon the high 2 E school paraded uptown and introduced the freshmen. In the evening the tra- Q ditional "hunt" was held before the all high school party in the "gym". W THE JUNIOR THANKSGIVING DANCE si 5 The juniors gave a Thanksgiving dance, November 28, to raise funds for E E their coming junior-senior banquet. Everyone spent an enjoyable evening. 2 ZH F' C EJ o D' 2 na cn ll! no '1 4 0 D- U' K4 3 f'D B U' cm "2 cn Q Ph PO' 'J' cn N-an :I E o -1 o .- no U1 ff' 2 2 EE :if SENIOR DANCE 5 E The seniors proved themselves genial hosts and hostesses at a suc- S was cessful dance, December 12. A large crowd was present to enjoy the dancing. E E New records were purchased with part of the proceeds. E 5' on TRIP T0 SIOUX CITY ,I Friday, December 6, the freshmen girls' home economics class and Miss E Q Reif made their annual trip to Sioux City. They visited several packing fi 2 houses and other points of interest in Sioux City. Each girl felt she derived E Eg: something special from the educational trip. E 3 E ALUMNI BANQUET 2 E December 27, the annual alumni banquet was held at the high school S Q gymnasium. jesse Leonard, the toastmaster, cleverly introduced the evening E 2 program. Marilyn Ewoldt was selected president for the coming year-suc- E 2 ceeding Lily Eicherly. The banquet, as usual, was a huge success, many E 'Q former graduates meeting in happy reunion. The Holstein High School E 2 Alumni Association is very worthwhile, and the banquet does much to keep it 5 if active. E "vm :are ZHEIHEGGEBGEEIHEDGEDGEIHEWENEHZHEWEMEHEHEMEEMSill-ll'?fl?'lliEl?i'lElKlEll-ilEC-TJEEPGEZWEWEWEHEIHJEMEWEWEMEWE HEWEWE361120-GENEEDSELHJELHIPZNEEKIEEFGZGEGEFGEFJEBGZEJIEFGEEQZHEHEFEEIESEWZWEHZTQEHEMEWZWEEKIZHEEXIEWEF-lEWEN3521233251353EWEHELSIZHEWZMEGGZNEMAEQGEMENEHEE-QE FIRST ROW: R. Stnlley, A. Bayer, G. Brechwald, A. Schlerht, K. Clark, D. Stolloy, A. Wm'l'm-mls-r. SECOND ROYV: D. R. Portcrficltl, N. Uteseh, M. Stewart, R. Mt'l'rs'a, D. Kit-sling, M. Drews, R. Gall-, THIRD ROW: D. McC0llo'u2h, L. Eicherly, P, Fick, M. Clausen, E. Scpzlem, W. Wickcy. Editor-in-chief .. Assistant Editor . Business Manager Assistant Business Boys' Athletics ......,.... ... Girls' Athletics .. Music ......... Social .... Declamatory . Dramatics .. Art ...... Snapshots .. jokes ....... Class History Alumni Editor .. Senior Editor .. junior Editor .... Sophomore Editor Freshman Editor Eighth Grade Editor .. Seventh Grade Editor .. . .. ... ......... Wilma Wickey .. ...Dora Ruth Porterfield .........jackEicherly Manager .. ...Donovan McCollough .Alick Warrender Marjorie Stewart ...Norma Utesch ....Robert Gale Maurine Clausen ....Marie Drews ....Norton Nelson Dorothy Kiesling ...Donna Stolley .. Alfred Bayer ....Elma Seglem ...Katherine Clark . . . . .Phyllis Fick .Richard McCrea Glenn Brechwald ...Robert Stolley . .Agnes Schlecht V HENEHENEHEWEHEHEHE T NEWEWEWZHZHEDGEFEEDQEMZFSERE 55 BU'EHEHEHELQZWEEGELEEDGEDGEBGENE HE DGEWEHEWEMENEWEGGEWEHEHZHEGQED-GEEEHJEDQIEMEMEEFEEMEKREZMEDGE 2 D41 EG FX! E3 li-G 52 W E Fil E E-fl E GG E H 53 Gil 'E EX! E3 Dil E EFS E H E E-G E EH! '53 913 E H Z ERT E IFJ E H Z EH! 3 Gil E W E Fl-JJ Z F31 Z if MEIFEEHEEFEEEREZLHJEGGEHZHE INIHINENIHIHIMZNZHZHIMZHZHZHEHBHSNEHZNSNEHZNENEHBHBHZWIHBHEHEHINSNSHIHIH U 0 O P-'K Q B cz Fi' o H ex: E Miss Alderson arrived February 4, and began coaching thirty-two declama- E EE tory contestants. Preliminary contests were held February 15 and 16, elim- E E inating all but four contestants from each group. E E The local contest was held February l9 in the high school gymnasium, gl E judges were Superintendent Vander Naald, Mrs. Vander Naald, and Miss E 3 Lucille Wilkinson of Schaller. as N ' 2 1: g orawrieal E sf The Soul of the American Soldier ...... .... H ildegard Godbersen E E Lincoln, the Man Called of God .... ..... M argaret Gustafson S 3 The Gilded Curtain ............ .... D orothy Kiesling E 5 Begin Now .......... ...... .... .... E i l een O'Furey E 2 E Dramatic E 2 The Soul of the Violin ................. ..... W ilma Goettsch E Q ' Micl-:ey's Marker ......,... ..... L oraine Hermecke E 2 The Lady with the Lamp .... ....... J une johnson 5 2 ' The Reprisal .............. ......,... ..... W i lma Wickey Q N Z 3 H Humorous Her First Football Game ................ ..... D oris Carnes Brothers in Love .......... .... J ames Galvin Q Hannibal's Wedding Bells .... ..... L ois Hansen E Q "X" Marks the Spot ................................ Arlene Kuchel fl Bl Q Those awarded first in their respective classes were: Dorothy Kiesling, 5 june johnson, and Arlene Kuchel. IDA COUNTY CONTEST N The Ida County contest was held in the Holstein gymnasium Thursday, M : February 21. Aside from the local contestants, Arthur, Battle Creek, Ida E5 S Grove, and Galva were represented. Three silver cups were awarded to the 5 W following: Galva, Oratoricalg Battle Creek, dramaticg Ida Grove, humorous. 2 HZHZH WSH! STATE PRELIMINARY 2 At Aurelia, February 28, the first round of the state contest was held. E Q As the Ida County contest is now not considered as a round in the state series, 2 se our local contestants, although eliminated in the Ida County contest repre- 2 if sented Holstein at Aurelia. Holstein placed as follows: Oratorical, third: Dra- E Q matic, secondg Humorous, third. E 3 I9 W Z H 4 ff'-'W xf' YK3-QRES E. Q -. 5 s 1 7, Q Q W if 2? 2 F 3 li Qa i Z if Q Q e 5 -. E H ga L ii 2 F A 53 E 2 K 5 I' E 51 ,Q 3 5 ii 51 91 a f 2 5 L3 E 5 an 5 Q 5 SHENZHENEWSISZWZWENINENEBIEWEHZISZWEHEH ENZNENZNEHZNENENEMEMZNENBNEWENENENIEK N 3 2 N H Z 3 M .. umnl 5 4 Al ' R 3 M U 2 3 --1. W I 5 n I E DIRECTORY OF ALUMNI E 5 N g CLASS or ma CLASS or im nf ll Edgar, Nelson: Physician: Los Angeles. Burns, Fr-ank: Los Angeles. 2 8 Edgar, Anna: deceased. Cxzek, Edith iMrs. Merkleyjg Hollywood. H 2 Rea, Mable, 4Mrs. Axlinejg San Francisco. lIie?1rlEarklhBlanche: Lake City. I is CLASS 0F im 1vi'Q1rf01m..,"5f,9 IEi15'1rS"if.T5wn.11p, okiahon... cm. 2 3 Munz, Rose lMrs. Rauj: Waterloo. McCutcheon, Mary CMrs. Caryji Winterset. Bl L' Ordway, Nellie qMrs. Harnerjg Wagner, S. D. Z N Paustian, Ferdinand: Rockford, Ill. CLASS OF 1909 N : CLASS OF use Carstenigrlifn Kathryn LMrs. Slaterbg Northfield, E 3 H118-S. Alfred: deceased- Henyan, Austin: Manchester. E H Hotzel, Maggie CMrs. Blackburnj: deceased. Kunz' Irene QMH' Chrischillisja Algona. 2 3 J0h.hS0h. Eva: L06 Angeles. Jatho. Clara CMrs. Ewoldtjg Holstein. M N Smith, Inez LMrs. Seltzlg Portland, Oregon. Lohff, William: Holstein. 2 .1 OF 2:::s::.f:.z:::z.s1::a:..ff.ae::sg,S'r::::1.... tv 3 Hotzel, Lillie. fMrs. Browningj: Los Angeles. Thode, Albert: deceased. M H Janns, Christina LlVlrs. Buettnerjg Holstein. E 3 iblucgescllr, Meg: Pizwspfinzi. Nab. CLASS OF 1919 M c u 4 eon, ar: asung on, owa. . - - , 2 Norton, Edith mrs. Laaherbg Atlanta, Ga. 221132: fmfgacf Fliggggfff- S. D. E W Norms' km" 92117: figj,VeP1ZH0'Sfj'P-Holstein McGuire, Ruth CMrs. Mattimorebg Detroit. 8 3 Von 09 ren- ' '9 rs' 'ima f ' ' Schroeppel, Ina CMrs. Smithb: Bertrand, Neb. N 5 CLASS OF Ugg Stoltenlierii Bertha CMrs. Bonhamj: Washington, S ll Baumgartner, Nellie iMrs. Allenj: Spooner, Win. ,rhode Edml KMN vo lk V ok, h C.t 2 5 E.1:'.:z's2f..'ma'3:. rs:.5x.'::az?e2.:..:1m:e'f- when ffm- Dir-fin: U13-'ma 'Y 2 5 'Li'.?l'Zsc'ifi.1rf' ami 5i'.?5T2ff'?"6?92z.fi'5L'f"a' C'-ASS OF 1911 5 I Vohs' william. Sioux City. Burns, Phillip: Los Angeles. W H , ' CLASS or ms 1cviB!vin'wR'ii'e: Hglmin' o 2 3 eier, a r: entist: rang C t . H Benton, Bessie CMrs. Morlandb: Milford, Iowa. ltochau. Tillie CMPS- EHFDD: Lg Niaiis. 5 5 Hart, Stacia: Santan Monica, Califg ibgfhrgwwilgxx- ?L1H:l:3!2GH0lStEilI- 2 J diesch, Florence 1 rs. ourgee :I Denqer. 1 I - 3 Rlausch. Blanche Kgrs. Danslwbi Sioux City- CLASS OF nn 2 S' dt., Nora lMrs. oomis : aer oo. 3 m Freeseman, Minnie qMrs. Kittermanjg Schaller. Bl ll CLASS 0F 199' U Giese, Viola cmrs. Wah-:hJ: whiting, S E Allen, Nellie QMFS- MCCUYCHPOHJC Washington. Idfl:cfn,bSusanC flglrs. Hansenbp Ida Grove. is D. C. o en erz, : Ch' , Ill. ' fl Thode, Alma lMrs. Edgarl: Los Angeles. ar wage N I Watters, Eunice CMrs. Brownj: Mobridge, S. D. CLASS OF 1913 E Cizek, Milda CMrs. Wallacelg Los Angel . E CFASS OF nu. ,I I d Carmer, Iva CMrs. Westfallb: Denver, Ceslo. E H MCCUCCHBOI1. H2310 YMYS- Keck." Evansvl le' n Greve, Bernice QMrs. I-Iansenj: Holstein. Z 5 CLASS OF 19,1 Hansen, Arthur: Holstein. N M . D Knuth, Harriet: Holstein. 3 3 Bertelsen, Laura QMrs. GlennyJ,.Mott, N. . McGuire, Zoe cmrsl Murphybs Dubuque. H li Huttmf' W- F4 L0niuB?ach'. ialffw h. t Thomson, Ruby fMrs. Adamsjg Spencer. g S Kea- 1'10fenCe QMYS' cbofmw 7' as mg on Wheatley, Leona fMrs. Lavelyjg Crookswn, Minn. N 5 S 't fgffcgi lMrs Millerj Mercedes Texas wolf' Murlel CMH' Turnerjz Hedrick' I ei z, e . : . . . lj Seitz, Olive CMrs. Harmonb: Mexico, Mo. CLASS OF nn 2 3 CLASS OF ISM Allin, Ednsl fMrsiMLeng.: ll-Igalssink ll C1 E . n ersen, arie rs. ic s : oc we ny. E iiiiif'5?.1'51'H'MiZ?'5'Z:.l.'f'2"'t....1...,., M... gigggsgn-L51-fgg-a gifsmaanwv: Stem Lake- 2 . - - e , we : es olnes. E von Doehren' Cora' San Dlego' Cam' Giese, Emma CMrs. Shaverig Shenandoah, N I CLASS OF' 1905 glaniien, Edvfgrd:dPostm5ster, Holstein. E . - ie mann, a: ecease . E Egilelsggedirtlmhnggt Sg2ltt5JAn?l::,g Ciixagsles' Wents, Edna fMrs. Kramer-5: Placentia, Calif. E Schroeppel, Marzueritet YFBCUSC, . . 2 S S h' , John: Chicago. CLASS OF 1915 ll Vsohllgrzrgeiig, Erma fMrs. Foxbg Chicago. Bleasdell, Orpha QMrs. Butcherig Milwaukee, Wis. E 3 Winter, Alice: Sioux City. Hansen, Alfred: Dentist: Storm Lake. H 2 CLASS OF un gnutzi, Rug:Jlph:0Elk:lon, S. D. I , , aus ian, sie: ma a. H ll Calhoun, Mary lMrs. Bilhyjg Albe, IN. D. Rice- Edgar: Qmaha. I I Mentzerv Annabel! Holfifem- Schroeppel, J. Mack: Schaller. N H MQHUPT- Mmmei Holstem- Untiedt, Elsie CMrs. Stevensonb: Quimby. I 2 Paustian, Alfred: ROClffQl'd. UI- Untiedt, Betty CMrs. Linglej: Winuom. Minn. ll 2 Wents, Alice 4Mrs. Philhpslg Omaha. will, John: Holstein. fu CLASS OF 1901 : Bartelt, Henry: St. Paul, Minn. CLASS 0F me E H guettnerCOsca1E!bI Lagabee. , W. b N b arp, Edviurd: Igltxsteindl , H I te. 3 arvey, race rs. rosvenor 3 inne ago, e . ansen, eona rs. mg : os in. : Jess, Paul: deceased. Jess, Fred! Dentist? Galva. Q g Kranz, Ervin: Los Angeles. Lemke. Emma 4Mrs. Lampl: Holstein. H H Lohff, Ella: Holstein. Schroeppel, Allegra LMrs. Kinllbi Schaller. I I Meier, Herman: Bloomfield, Neb. Sieh, Leonora CMrs. Beachlerjg Miamisburg, 0. H ll Norton, Ray: Bartlett, Ill. Thode, Lester: Saskatchewan, Canada. z 2 Rennfeldt, Daisy fMrs. Bleasdellbg Long Beach Thielmann, Hilda CMrs. Fieselerh: Los Angeles. H III Calif. Van Patten, Franklin: Sioux City. 2 I Winter, Leo: Chicago. Walters, C. Lloyd: Winterset. H W I 5 u an E IIIIIINIHZNEIIIIIININIHIBIZNENZHZWZNEHZHI NEMRHIMEMEWESSENZHEHZNZHZNXIIZNZMEIUZNI The Holstein Advance M. R. Hueschen, Publisher HOLSTEIN, IOWA OFFICIAL PAPER of Holstein and Ida County, la 1-.--1-. Complete Job Printing Department .HallH3HILilIM2H!NEIIIZIIIHZBIIIIZBIIIIIIIIIISSIIHZHIHZNZBIIHZHIIIZNBllZHillIHZHEHZHINIHIHZHIHIHZHZHZIIZDIIH2IIZDIZIIIIIIIIIIIZHSDIZHZHZHZIII CLASS OF 191'l Carstensen, Nina tMrs. Youngl: Omaha. I-Ieyde, Albert: North Platte, Neb. Kahl, Albert: Veterinarian: Holstein. Klotz, Fredrick: Ames. McGuire, Hugh, Holstein. Toedt. Raymond: Miles. Will, Edna: teacher: Cushing. Yule, Harry: Holstein. CLASS OF 1919 Arp, Glenn: Lake View. Greve, Edith QM:-s. Woodsidej: Glendale, Calif. Hansen, Wilbur: Holstein. Klotz, Walter: Sioux City. Lohff, Leonard: Des Moines. Steffen, Robert: Sioux City. Schuett, Alfred: Holstein. CLASS OF 1919 Bleasdell, Edgar: Holstein. Cooley, Blanche: Schaller. Hansen, Annetta tMrs. Hillyerl: Holstein. Hutton, George: Long Beach, Calif. Jess, Edna tMrs. Betsworthli Cherokee. Michaelsen, Fred: Ida Grove. Pieper, Edna tMrs. Roehrj: Sioux City. Rice, Vera tMrs. Petersenjz Omaha. CLASS OF 1920 Bagenstos, Pearl: Fort Madison, Ia. Fritz, Dolly: Stenographer: Holstein. Hueschen, Elfrida tMrs. Mighelljg Holstein. Johnson, Jennie: Quimby. Mighell, Ronald: Watertown, Mass. Sindt, Hilda lMrs. Blcasdelly: Holstein. Steffen, Geneva: Sioux City. Thielmann, Dorothy rMrs. Brant-ob' Holstein. Williamson. Mildred CMrs. Porterl: Ames. Winter, John: Pierre, S. D. CLASS OF 1921 Bleasdell, Viola tMrs. Lutherl: Moville. Brechwald, Minnie tMrs. Hunt:-: Omaha. Crane, Evelyn CMrs. Sternj: Storm Lake. Eden, Elnora tMrs. Willj: Holstein. Forthmann, Dorothea tMrs. Lanninlrl: Fort Wayne, Ind. Hansen. Frances tMrs. Fosterj: Cedar Rapids. Jess, Margaret tMrs. Chapmanl: Holstein. Johnson, Helen tMrs. Radkej: Aurelia. Johnson, Ruby: Sioux City. Kopplin, Bernetta tMrs. McArthurl: Holstein. Langkammerer, Stephen: San Bernarlino, Calif. Lamp, Florence CMrs. Kastnerl: Holstein. Meyer, Arthur: Holstein. Mighell, Alice: deceased. Mighell, Margaret: Sioux: Falls, S. ll. McGuire, Edward: Chicago. Neubauer, Hulda tMrs. Winkl: Moville. Schmidt, Luella. tMrs. Wulfl: Holstein. Williams, Sidney: Stockton, Calif. CLASS OF 1922 Bauer, William: Eagle Grove. Cooley, Frances tMrs. Kochi: deceased. Eden, Clarence: Holstein. Faden, Bertha fMrs. Bleasdelll: Holstein. Hansen, Edna tMrs. Moserl: Lester Hueschen, Alice tMrs. Edenl: Holstein. Langkammerer, Carl: Minneapolis. Lette, Laura fMl'S. LaRoegueD: Indianapolis, Ind. Meyer, Harry. Holstein. Peterson, Elwayne: Holstein. Peterson, Gladys: Cedar Rapids. Price, Frances tMrs. Gamblel: Minneapolis. Williamson, Margaret: Clinton. CLASS OF 1923 Agnew, Bernice CM1-s. Jonesj: Quimby. Bauer, Lester: San Francisco. Crane, Wendell: Physician: Holstein. Faden, Alvena: Teacher: Sioux City. Hass, Edward: Los Angeles Hass, John: Minneapolis. Knuth, 5-Ierbert: Assistant Cashier, Holstein State ank. Kuehnle, Frances Clvlrs. Whltep: Florence, Colo. Lohff, Fred: Holstein. Loinff, John: Des Moines. Mighell, Winifred tMrs. Mathewsl: Danville. Mighell, Yula. tMrs. Parkerl: Henderson. Texas. Palmer, John: Chicago. Prawl, Bernadine fMrs. Williamsj: Stockton, Cal. Rice, Salina: Holstein. Schippmann, Edward: Chicago. Schoer. Eugenia fMrs. Cartonl: Wells, Nevada. Van Patten, Harriet tMrs. Churchillj: Sioux City. Wienert. Rayman: Davenport. Wulf, Lillian: Holstein. CLASS OF 1924 Asmussen, Lucille tMrs. Blennerj: Sioux City. Bal-renstos, Ruby fMrs. McCoyJ: deceased. Belson, Marion: Holstein. Brockman, Evelyn tMrs. Hansenl: Whittemore. Goettsch, Annetta tMrs. Thomsenj: Holstein. Joslin, Hazel: Holstein. Kolb, Earl: Sioux City. Lingle, Eacho: deceased. Lohff, Winona: University of Chicago: Chicago. McDermott, Teresa: Sioux City. Meyer, Lydia tMrs. Gehrtsb: Holstein. Mighell, Helen tMrs. Hoddej: Seattle. Miller, Marie CMrs. Harrisonl: Los Angeles. Rambo, Edith: Des Moines. Sorensen, Josephine: Greeley, Colo. Van Winkle, Lorena CMrs. Dodderj: Los Angeles. Vollmar, Gerdaline CMrs. Dierksj: Holstein . CLASS OF 1925 Barron, Edith: Kalamazoo, Mich. Bauer, Mabel CMrs. Ellerbuschj: Holstein. Belson, Adele tMrs. Kolbj: Sioux City Beyer, Harriet tMrs. Carstensl: Holstein. Geer, Wayne: San Diego, Calif. Hueschen, Hilda tMrs. Hansenl: Sioux Falls. S. U. Kuchel, Ervin: Standard Oil Co., Chicago. Kuchel, Myrna: Sioux City. Lemburg, Irene: Teacher: Holstein. Mattlin, John: Spencer. Rice, Frank: Mgr. Cream Testing Association: Carroll. Paulsen, Roland: Galva. Schmidt, Blondina tMrs. Kistenmacherjg Holstein. Schroeder, Alvin: Holstein. Sindt, Melvin: Ida Grove. Thede, Hilda tMrs. Steeni: Sioux City. Untiedt, Arnold: Alhambra, Calif. Will, Clara CMrs. Rohrl: Anthon. Will, Mabel tMrs. Ewoldtj: Holstein. Williams, Vernon: Sacramento, Calif. Wulf, Margaret: Holstein. CLASS OF 1926 Asmussen, Arnold: Spencer. Armiger, William: Holstein. Belson, Melina tMrs. Sillimanl: Windom, Minn. Blenner, Howard: Sioux City. Bumann, Bernetta: Murphy Law Office: Ida Grove. Drews, Asmus: Auto Salesman, Mapleton. Endrulat, Harry: Galva. Ericksen, Esther tMrs. Jensem: Ida Grove. Galvin, Francis: Battle Creek. Giese, Leora fMrs. Latchavb: Minneapolis. Haas, John: U. S. Navy: San Diego, Calif. Hartwell, Loren: Office, Cudahy Packing Com- pany: Sioux City. Hass, Gertrude: Teacher: Tabor. Hass, Katherine CMrs. Wiesebg Holstein. Kaus, Lurene tMrs. Stampb: Holstein. Kopplin, Howard: Holstein. Leonard, Jesse: Lawyer: Holstein. McDermott, Francis: Battle Creek. Mears, Edward: U. S. Army: Minneapolis. Peterson, Dorothy: Cedar Rapids. Rice, Elmer: Holstein. Rohlk, Phillip: Hollywood, Calif. Schliintz, Vonita fMrs. Stevensonl: Sisseton, S. D. Zeman, Erwin: Interne: Grand Rapids, Mich. CLASS OF 1921 Bauer. Harriet: fMrs. Stephensl: Los Angeles. Baumann, Leona: Battle Creek. Conover, Harold: Holstein. Droegmiller, Harvey: Holstein. Gebers, Bernetbe: Holstein. Geer, Dell: Alhambra, Calif. Hansen, Helen: Teacher: Muncie, Ind. Hartwell, Ralph: Louisana State University. Baton Rouge, La. Klotz, Clayburn: Holstein. Kuehl, Malinda tMrs. Jensenj: Holstein. Lingle, Thomas: Sioux City. Lohff, Eleanor fMrs. Stonekingj: Holstein. Lohff, Walter: Holstein. Meier, Allen: Denver, Colo. Miller, Raymond: New Deal Cafe. Holstein. Myren, Alice tMrs. Williamsonj: Denison. Raukohl, Herman: Sioux City. Roehlk, Helen: Nurse: Eastern Star Home. Boone. Satin, Irving: Sioux City. Schmidt, Henrietta fMrs. Meierj: Holstein. Seglem, Alphild: Holstein. Soth, Lauren: Instructor: Iowa State Colleszc. Ames. Werner, Raymond: Lawyer, Andersen K: Werner Firm, Creston, Ia. Wienert, Louella: Iowa Public Service Co., Hol- stein. Will, Zelma tMrs. Schugl: Ida Grove. Williams, Virginia: Sacramento, Calif . I- ll! W 2 S N H Z 2 H N Z Z H HE E Z H N Z I N ll E Z M Ii Z Z H H Z Z N H Z Z N H Z 2 H N Z 2 H N Z Z H li Z Z N N Z Z H N E 2 ll H Z 2 Bl ll Z I H li Z 2 N H Z S N H Z 2 N H Z Z N H Z Z N BS Z Z H N Z Z N N Z Z H N Z Z H N Z Z H ll Z Z N Hi Z Z H IIB Z 2 H W Z Z H H Z Z H H Z 2 H H Z 2 H 5 E KllillllllllllIIIHIHSIIIIIIIIIllllillllllllllIIIZIIIIIZIIIIIZHlllllllllllllllllllilllllilllHZHZGIZNZIIZHZIIZIIZHZNIIISIIIIIZIIZIIINIIIIIQSHSHZHZESZHZHZHZEQ Z LQ F GREETINGS-- You will want to ex- change Photographs with your Classmates at Graduation time--such a record of school-day friendships will be price- less in years to come. May we supply your needs, our desire is to please you. i.-.-1-. CHRISTENSUN STUDIO Holstein, Iowa llillill IIZDIZIIE NEW BI HZDiIll!NZHZIIIHEIIIHINIHINIHIMIQIIHIHZHZHINZHZHEWZHSHZHZMIHIHIRINIHZHZHIMININSHIIIZSIZNSHEHZHSDQSNEWZNINIHZHZHZNZHSH2952 CLASS OF 1928 Armiger, Alfred: Holstein. Arp, Paula: Stenographer, Holstein Produce Co., Holstein. Buell, Harry: Holstein. Buettner. Arman: Odebolt. Doyle, Kenneth: Ida Grove. Ewoldt, Louise fMrs. Wollardjz Grandin, Mo. Faden, Laura: St. J0seph's Hospital, Sioux City- Gebers, Irene tMrs. Kistenmacherj: HUISWIU- Goettsch, Hazel: Lord Lister Hospital, Omaha. Hansen, Evelyn: Librarian, University of Iowa. Iowa City. Hueschen, Otto: Holstein. Klotz. Evelyn: Holstein State Bank, Holstein. Kuchel, John: Sioux City. s, Klema, Ervin: Watts Drug Store, Odebolt. Lohff, Euna: Holstein. McDermott, Alice: Teacher: Ida Grove. Sorensen, William: Clerk, Holstein. Stratton, Charlotte tMrs. Ortj: Omaha. Will, George: Green Lantern Cafe: Holstein. - CLASS OF 1929 Baizenstos, Arthur: Holstein. Bochman, Beatrice tMrs. ZUDDDC Cherokee. Ehrp, Marjorie: Stenographer: Sioux City. l'ritz. Lawrence: Holstein. Galvin, Loretta: Teacher: Holstein. Gosselin, Edna: Lord Lister Hospital, Omaha. Helkenn, LaVina: Teacher: Holstein. Krairer. Jeanett CMrs. Weltej: Danbury. Kuhlman, Alice CMrs. Breyfogleh: Alta. Kuchel, tituizust: Vollmar Service Station: Hol- s in. Lorenzen, Frances: Holstein. Leonard, Viola: Holstein. McDermott, Esther: trained nurse: Chicago. Moeller, Willie: Painter: Holstein. Paulsen, Arthur: deceased. Raukohl. Verna tMrs. Wardellj: Sioux City. Rice, Geneva: Ida Grove. Rice, Lois tMrs. Brownl Odebolt. Roehlk. George: Morningside Oil Station, Holstein. Rothfork, Evelyn: Teacher: Holstein. Seglem, Gladyce: Stenographer: Sioux Falls, S. D. Sindt, Ervin: Denver, Colo. Sindt, Verona QMrs. Ruppertl: Holstein. Soth, Kathryn: Teacher: Ireton. Stratton, Robert: Chicago. Weede, Gladys: Librarian, High School, Holstein. CLASS OF 1930 Arp, Norma: Methodist Hospital, Sioux City. Bayer, Willie: Standard Oil Station, Holstein. Butcher, Clement: Holstein. Clark, Ruth: Teacher: Kingsley. Conover, Cathleen: Teacher: Holstein. Fellom, Ellen: Cherokee. Flanagan, Dorothy: Oakdale, Iowa. Gauger, William: University: Iowa City. Goettsch, Elvin: Holstein. Goettsch, Helen: Holstein. Goettsch, Laura: Holstein. Groepper, Erwin: Holstein. Hansen, Carlton: Drake University, Des Moines. Hansen, Gertrude: Holstein. Jackes, Annie: Holstein. Kuchel, Harry: Holstein. Kiesling. Clarence: Holstein. Leckband, Corrine CMrs. Michaelsenig Pierson, Ia. Lemburg, Martha CMrs. Nielsonl: Sioux City. Lorenzen, Clarence: Holstein. Neubauer, Glenn: Holstein. Paulsen, Martha 1Mrs. Halll: Kingsley. Ruser, Ronald: Holstein. Schmidt, Myra: Simuson College, Indianola. Schroeder, Orville: Chicago. Schuldt. Florence: Schaller. Sindt, Dorothy: Teacher, Holstein. Sorensen, Sidney: Holstein. Untiedt, Kenneth: Alhambra, Calif. Van Hemert, William: Holstein. Walker, Ruth: Holstein. Werner, Gordon: Holstein. Wickey, Wanda lMrs. Johnsonjg Holstein. Wiese. Lloyd: Arthur. Will, Edmund: Holstein. CLASS OF 1931 Bergman, Clara: Holstein. Brickman, Verna fMrs. Sindtl: Holstein. Clausen, Raymond: Holstein. Conover, Kenneth: Holstein. Crane, COpal: State University of Iowa, Iowa ity. Curtis, Warren: University of Iowa, Iowa City. Ehrp, Verdine: Le Mars. Ericksen, Emily: Holstein. Ericksen, Orville: Undertaker, Sioux City. Fell, Berdelia: Teacher, Holstein. Fritz, Mabel: Morningside College, Sioux City. Frahm, Irene: tMrs. Jensenl: Holstein. Galvin, Joe: Teacher, Holstein. Gauger, Carlyle: Garner. Hueschen, Herbert: Holstein. Kaus, Mrajorie: Sioux City. Leonard, Elvin: Holstein. Micheel, Gordon: Drake University, Des Moines. Miller, John: U. S. Navy, San Diexro. California. Nelson, Alberta: Grinnell College, Grinnell. Porterfield, Joyce: Teacher: Ida Grove. Sindt. Earle: Undertaker, Chicago. Sorensen, Florence CMrs. Schlinzl: Holstein. SOUL M8-X: Iowa State College, Ames. Stricker, Harold: Iowa State College, Ames. Voge, Lola: Storm Lake. Watters, LuVerne, Holstein. CLASS OF 1932 Buckley, Ben: U. S. Army, Fort Crook, Neb. Bumann. Bruno: Grand Island Business College. Grand Island, Neb. Borchert, Dorothea: Holstein. Butcher, Willis: Holstein. Carnes, Douglas: University of Iowa, Iowa City. Ewoldt, Rozella: Iowa State College, Ames. Fell, Marie: Teacher, Cherokee. Hansen, Marvin: Sioux City. Hansen, La Vonne: State University, Iowa City. Helkenn, Irene tMrs. Leonardj: Holstein. Ihms, Helen: Cherokee, Ia. Jackes, William: Holstein. Johnson, Floran: Holstein. Kuchel, Evelyn: CMrs. Kiertzneriz Ida Grove. McCrea, Kenneth: U. S. Navy. San Diego, Calif. Munz, Ruby: Sioux City. Niemeier, Margaret: Teacher, Cherokee. Peterson, Alfred: Trucker, Holstein. Putnam, 6Ia.mes: State Universtiy of Iowa, Iowa ity. Rice, Arthur: Holstein. Roehlk, Harlan: U. S. Navy, San Diego, Calif. Sindt, Lu Verne: Holstein. Watts, Maurine: Den Moines. Wood, Charles: Holstein. CLASS OF 1933 Bauer. Burnelle: dance orchestra.. Sioux City. Bremer, Irma: Cushing. Clausen, Maxine: Stephens College, Columbia, Mo. Claussen, Gertrude: Chicago. Ehrp, Gladys: Greeley, Colo. Eicherly, Lily: Holstein. Ericksen, Virgil: Holstein. Ericksen, Willie: Holstein Fairchild, Robert: Illinois State Normal School: Normal, Ill. Fell, Phillip: Holstein. Fick, Ruth: Holstein. Gellert, Mable: Holstein. Giese, George: Minnesota University, Minneapolis. Goettscl3tMarjorie: St. Joseph's Hospital, Sioux l Y. Hamil, Clayton: Holstein Hass, Dorothy: National Business Training School, Sioux City. Helkenn, Ruby: Holstein Kahl, Vernon: Holstein. Kracht, Bethany: Holstein. Kiesling, Melvin: Holstein. Leonard, Geneva: Holstein. Leonard, Ransom: Holstein. Lohman, Marvin: Waiter, Sioux City. Mattheis, Frederic: State University of Iowa, Iowa City. Nicklas, Robert: Holstein. Petersen, Elizabeth: Holstein. Porterfield, Jack: Wayan, Idaho. Rothfork, Marvel: St. Joseph Hospital, Sioux City. Sacquety, Miriam: Iowa State Teachers College. Cedar Falls. Sindt., Marie: Boulder, Colo. Soellner, Pauline fMrs. Sorensenl: Holstein. Sorensen, Erma tMrs. Grelll: Washta. Stolley, Zeta: Holstein. Stricker, Wanda: Holstein. Van Hemert, Marion: State University of IOWB. Iowa City. Voge, Helmuth: Holstein. Watters, Paul: Holstein. Will, Evelyn tMrs. Brinkl: Sioux City. X .' - F H Z H Z Bti E H Z H Z H Z BS Z H Z N Z N Z H Z N Z II I El 3 H I Il I H I H Z H Z Ei Z H Z N Z N Z H Z H Z N Z H 3 E15 Z H EZ M Z H Z H Z 9-tl Z H Z H E IIIIIIIIIHIHIllIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIHIIIIIIIIIIIIIH IIGINIHIHIHZHZHIHINIHIH2HIliZIIIIIIIIIIIIHIIIIHIHIIIZHIIIIIIZHZHIHIIIIH S I ll I ll I ll Z H Z H I ll I II I H I H I ll Z H Z W Z H I N 2 H E H Z H Z H Z ll I ll . I Il Z Z N E SS Z W Z N I H Z W Z H Z H 2 N Z H Z H Z H I S IIENIHI THE HOLSTEIN STATE BANK HOLSTEIN, IOWA HSN 2 H Z H Z H Z H Z H Z B9 Z Bi Z H Z N Z Bi Z N Z H Z H Z N Z H Z H Z N Z N Z H Z N Z H Z N Z N N Z H Z H Z N Z N Z H Z H Z H Z ll E El 2 H Z Di HZ 5 E ll CLASS OF 1934 Goeltseh, Mildred: Moville. E S Armitrer, Charles: Holstein. Hoeek, Henrietta: Ida Grove. N N Boe, Elna LMrs. Hansenjg Holstein. Jatho, Phyllis tMrs. Hansenj Sioux City. 3 3 Briese. Beverly. MOI'nimzSide College, Sioux City. Joslin,Clarence: Chicago. H N Conover, Maybelle: Holstein. Moeller, Lester: Holstein. 3 3 Curtis, La Vauizhn, Secretary: Des Moines. Newman. Esther: Webster City. ll N Dancker, Ruth: A. I. B.: Des Moines. Paulsen, Lorraine CMrs. Moellerl: Holstein. 2 E Ewoldt, Marilyn: Stenographer: Holstein. Sorensen. Merle: Drake University. Des Moines. H S Fowles, Nadine tMrs. Churchjg Holstein. Steffen, Gene: C. C. C. Camp: Hamburg, Ar- I H Fritz, Minnie: Holstein. kansas. IG 2 Goettsch, Dorothy: Holstein. Thielmann, Mildred: Holstein. I H 2 I N x it 3 2 . n N z z E i gg 3 i n W : 3 , W 1 2 Z 5 H x 5 3 lf.1,,,- H From a drawing by Norton Nelson nznzuzuzuzuzx F' fb U1 F9 0 '1 ai N O 'E rn 5. D' 0 1 34 P S E E. :U O H if if E 5 sa 7 P 5' E 5 r 5 E 5- Fl U1 O D' O 2. 5. 'U 'S O E. 3 UQ E.-'T 3 I znznznzuzusuz self the greatest all-around athlete in this part of the state. A versatile athlete, he has won three letters in football and four each in track and basketball. His one semester of ineligibility, due to not being in school the semester before he entered high school, undoubtedly kept him from being a twelve letter man. E During his athletic activities he has been chosen as an All-Northwest lowa E 2 football and basket ball player and as an all-state back in football. ln track E 2 he qualified for the state meet two consecutive years and proved himself one E E of the best sprinters in the state. 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SON Hardware, Heating, Plumbing ROUND OAK ,HND SANICO RANGES Perfection Oil Stoves and American Gas Ranges GENERAL ELECTRIC REFRI GERA TI ON Phone 115, Holstein, Iowa ZNZWZNZHZNZE H Z N Z M Z N Z M E N Z N E M E H Z N Z N Z W E fi 11 Z N Z N C: Z 1 N ":j 2 N O Z N O E H U1 2 H GJ 2 N cn E No NJ Z M 2 H Z N Z N 2 N 3 N S N Z H Z H 2 M Z M Z M Z M WZHZHZHZWZMZ ZNZNZWZHZNZHZNZHENZH MZHZWZNZH2 ZHZHZHZMZ swam C7 CD I5 27 Qu mzwz M ZMZNZNZHZHZNZHZHZHZMZN HZHEMEMZHENZHZNZNEMZNZ Q S Kmme Kermif ' Dorf E 0 9rqE9L4u Q E 2 ZNZHZWZHZMZHZHZ NEHZNENZHZHZWZW 2 'Ari re f E ZNZHZ NEWER Marne 'Claus ' 2 N 0 40 - N 2 Sfubbqu fxf 'Q ' E na ' A , , ' Q Q 2 Z ,,, I 'Q-Ff is M M gxgl A? 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The prize optimist these days is the -'- Motors Regrou nd a traveling salesman joke and have it --- SERVICE TRUCK CONSTANTLY 4. Sailor is a person who usually has the same thing on his mind as he has on IN READINESS his chest, ---- pickpocket. 3. A genius is a person who can rewrite accepted by the Ladies' Home journal. se you a prescription for whiskey. E HOLSTEIN IOWA S 6. Optimist-A man who buys something S , E from a jew and expects to sell it to a S is SCOYCUYUHH for H Profit. faxsesame3sezwzwsamwzsazamwnzsaanmsamamei EIIIDIINIDiINENSNIMENZMESSSWENEHEBSZNEWENEBSEDSESSENZleiZWENZMENEHEHZMKWENEWENZWEEE : E 5 5 THE BLUE EAGLE E I S W zz 5 RECREATION PARLOR g N E AND BOWLING ALLEYS Q ,-,,-,,, E lg TOBACCOS, CIGARS, CIGARETTE, AND CANDIES E- I .....- ii E SOFT DRINKS AND OTHER STANDARD BEVERAGES E I u QUALITY GOODS AND FIRST CLASS SERVICE : ----- : E PAY Us A vxsrr Q, E 4 5 I CD O C3 N rn 20 5 S- Q G it EU 1 .y.. gy , HENEHZHENZNZNENZWZNENZNZNEWZMEMZNENZ 2 ZS 2 2 W N E OIIZ6 D. S " C I 5 we 2 Z E Angwagl E E z 2 -- 2 me 5 A good variety of Dry Goods, No- E z Q tions, Hosiery, Lingerie, Station- E E ery, Dinnerware, Glassware, Enam- Q E elware, Tinware, Small Hardware, E Q Toiletries, Jewelry, Novelties and E E Fresh Candies. S 5 P f i 5 5 e ers E is z 0 3 E Varietg Store 5 E E NEW THINGS EVERY DAY AT if 5 THE PRICE YOU WISH TO PAY E 5 52 E :fc MZNENEHEHZHZHZNZNENZNZHENENENZNZNZNK A wealthy society woman had just en- gaged a new maid. "At dinner," she explained, "you must remember always to serve from the left and take the plates from the right. Is that clear?" "Yes, Ma'am," answered the girl, "What's the matter, superstitious or some- thing?" MH, There's a bright side to everything But it gives no joy or fun To see the shine upon the suit We've worn since '3l. -1-1- "What's your name," the store manager asked the young applicant for a job. "Ford", replied the lad. "And your first name?" "Henery". "Henery Ford, eh? remarked the mana- ger with a smile. 4"I'hat,s a pretty well- known name." "Yes, sir, it oughta be", he replied proudly. "l've been delivering groceries around here for two years now. IHIHSHINEHZHIHIHINBHBNZHZNINENEHSNZNIHZHENENEWENENEHENSNSHZNENZHSMINIMZH 53 E . . H S Modern ualltg Furnlture E an 1 'f ,ef - f A "ir ' " is Y 'v elf X E z l 5 V ' ,,,. , jj 2,3 i E i t I llIllIlllll E. E I ' EE ll z T H 2 ' E E For All Home Needs and Horne Comforts. E E Qualitg and Price Comparison Invited E E Most Beautiful Line of Rugs, Art Pictures and Linoleum L' H ne E H. C. HANSEN SC SON is rg Furniture and Undertaking I: 5 2 3 u Word has it that a Scotchman once nan:nznsnzusnzuzusnsuzlcsnsnsnzuzuznzuzuzuzuzuzuznzusnauzn 5- :-o :-- Q w -,5'fn 2 :rm -fm ' we'lrT"3': '93 93--3' "'-'T of 53:55 5:45 ":C2gqf,n.'oO "'n"4 -ag 55022. 3?ES.mS""5' 'V-213 'NHS 5 211560 'fmwvv-mf:5Q's'-1 EO SZ 'Z H 20--gp, Pgefliu, EB. 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Lunches at the Green Lantern Cafe g The Best Foods Properly 5 E Prepared and Served. 2 E We Invite Your E s u 5 Patronage E I 2 GEE. WILL, I R. Says Stubby S.: "lf you are caught in hot water, be nonchalantwtake a bath." --1-IL Miss Davis: "I dread to think of my 30th birthday." Marcelle S.: "Why, what happened?" LH- Short, Short Story The room was dark. It was two a. m. Her father came to the stairs and called. No answer. Angrily striding into the parlor he switched on the lights. There was no one there. -H- Wherein we take up the subject of women. Women refuse to use cosmetics unless someone else tell her th'ey've gotten good results from using them: and yet they throw away a hat if they see someone else with one like it. They use rouge to make them attractive, and then put powder over it so you won't notice it. They buy ex- pensive stockings to clothe their legs, then insist upon a color that makes you think they have no stockings on. They have you arrested if you stare at them, and cry if you don't notice them. I H H I I H H I I H H I I H I I I H H I 5 2 i 2 5 2 I 2 fn 5 I H 2 E H I I H H I I H H I I H H I I H H I I H 2 5 " fi I H I 2 H H I 2 H I I 3 H H I g H H I g H H I 3 H H I 3 H H I 2 H u I 2 H H I 3 H H I E H H Z 2 H N I Z H N I Z H H I Z H N I 3 H W 5 I H255IliIIQIIIIldIIIIIIIIIIIIIl1IllIllIllIlIIllIllIIUIIIIllIllIllIliIllIIIIIIIIIIIIIGQ 3 Drugs Soda QUALITY DRUGS PLEASANT SERVICE FAI R PRICES of WATTS DRUGS The Rexoll Store Stationery Kodaics The hero was starving, his heart was like lead, The audience was thrilled heart and soul, The actor cried out, "Give me bread give me bread", And tlze curtain came down with a roll D -H.. Hel "Do you remember our honeymoon, dear? I could have sat on the sand for- ever. I wonder where we'll spend our an niversary?" She: "On the rocks, dearie, on the rocks." -H- Milton got out his book and pencil. "What's your name?" "john Smith". "Yer real name", demanded Milton, who had been tricked the day before. "Well, then put me down as Bill Shake- spearef' "That's better. You can't fool me with that Smith stuff". -1-1. Q Pr S R' -1?-S fg"f.2 2? DS, P212 gg.. 52:2 .....: .5 0 sei - N 2-V5 W win 31: 5 -4 FQ O w 2 E 0 Q S O -r C UI FV' Q F-2 ,HI CD NZHIHIHIHIHIHIHIHIHSHIHIHIHIHIHIHIHZHZHIHIHIH HIHIHIHIHZQ H Z H 2 H 2 H Z H Z H I H I H Z H 2 H S H 2 N I H I H Z H Z H Z H To The Class of 1935 Holstein High School We extend our Best Wishes HOLSTEIN LUMBER CO. A. P. Clausen, Manager f 2 2 G. Van Hemert g 5 E E DEALER IN E 3 3 2 2 5 v 5 5 Lzve Stock 2 S 2 E AND S 5 5 N H I 2 HAY E 2 3 2 5 -hd 2 Il E PHONE 95 5 3 HOLSTEIN, IOWA 5 E 53 H H EWZRENSNIRINENXNEMZHZNZNZWEWZHENENZN HENEWEHZHZNSNEHENZHZMEHENEHZHENZMEMEN 5 E 5 E 5 MOFH1HgS1dG E H N 3 3 as ' N ll In CID. 2 E O Co p H 5 2 SINCLAIR 2 g GAS AND KEROSENE 2 E Always Uniform Quality E 3 ---- 2 2 Sinclair, Pennsylvania and Opaline E 5 Oil in Sealed Cans Q 3 ...-....-.. z E FISK TIRES 2 3 ............ 2 E Independent Jobbers for E High Grade G00ds Q ---- Z E BRAKIZSERVICE E N D E c AR WASQH I.N,,G' E f J' 1 H E Phone A315 0fdefsi..1.,,' E 5 STATION 92-B-JIIRIICK MAN 334 E E -or-1 ' E 3 A. A. HERMECKE 92-A 3 E ft E IllllllillllilllHIHIWZHZHIHIHZWENININZMINENENENENENZNEHZNZNENEMZHEHZHSMZ ZMZWZHZ2 H 3 W Z H 2 N Z H E H S N 3 N Z H E N 3 H E M 3 W E M E H Z H Z N E M E H E H E H 3 H E H E M E M E M E M Z M Z M E M S H E N 2 N E H 2 H NZHZMEMZ rf-I G o '-4 o C 'JU cs 5 on 5 CJ' co HND -3 ZHEWZNSHEHENZWSHENZMENEHENEHZWZWZNZHZHENZNZHZNZMZHE DU S! 1, 7 C3 O WZHZWZWENSWENSMEHZNZHENZHEHEWZHEHZHZHZWZMSHZNEWZMZH ZHENEHZNEMEMEWSWEHZH2WZHZWEHEHZNEHEHEWQWZM WZNZHEHZHZWEHZHEHZMEMEHZWEHEHZHZHEWEHEHEWE Z Second Freslfle Thrgc Weq Back For Whom? Wlxerx? Musicians TZZQQ Clufidm ?S Big Oufside Wendellk Boqsf Momervrs Window ' EaHZZNEZME3NE2H Z H Z M SC EE H S 93 EE GG E3 E6 53 G5 EE D0 EE GG EE BG ES S5 53 SG EE 56 EE Bi EE Gi SE DE EE GU E3 S5 53 B5 EZ GG EE G5 EE Di EZ DS EE GQ EE GG EE H5 EE GS EE DG 53 Bi EZ G3 EE 95 EE E5 23 G5 E3 HENEHZHZM Norma and jens went up the hill At sixty miles or better, A cop unkind Was right behind They're seeking bail by letter. MHA. Doc. Mc.f "What is your handicap in golf?" Alick W.: "Oh, I have several handi- caps". Doc: "Well, what is your chief one?" Alick: I stand too close to the ball after I have hit it." -H- Bit 0' Verse Margie had a little limp And furrows in her brow She couldn't wear a number two But tried it anyhow. -HA Caller: "Is your mother engaged?" Agnes SJ "I think shels married." -H- Norma: "Kenny was the goal of my am- bition, but ogeegosh !" Katherine: "Why, what happened?" Norma: "Father kicked goal." The IHIHIHZHZHZHZHZNEHZNZHZWZHZHZHZHZN A51 O PHE 3 2U fm F QQ mfi :-IE T 'R' 5: ru D' ZNZHSHZNZHZHZHZNZHZHZHZHZNZHZHZHZH The Very Best at All Times in LUNCHES 6? MEALS At Your Service With All Standard Brands of Beverages. : -'-' 2 as an S A Visit From You and Your E : 2 E Friends is Highly Appreciated Q n as S BY fa E gg 17 fi 5 JOE 5 n : E nu as 1 E EH3M3N3N3NEWENZWEMZNZNENZNEMZNZNENEW llININIHSHIKIHENIHIHIHINIHIMIMIHIHEHENBNZNEHEMSHZMENEHZMEHENENZNEHENZNZN DRUGS SODA FOUNTAIN co AWAY as STQLLEY E "The Nyal Quality Store" E E Phone 27, Holstein, Iowa if 5 PAINTS AND OILS WALLW i I. if R llllIIHSHSIIHIHIKIIIHZHIHIHIIENIIININZNEHEHRHEWSHENENEWENZNENSHENEHENENE IHIHINIHZNEMSHENENBNBHEHENSHBNIHZNENBNZNENENENZMZNENENEWEHZHEHZNENZNENSH E 2 5 g Our Best Wlshes g E 3 " E To The Holstein E gf E GRADUATING CLASS 5 E N M if of 1935 Q E E We Invite the People of Holstein 2 E I u 0 E E and Vmmty to Mk: E Congrafulaiions S 5 MORGAN s 5 to the 5 ,, E STORE THEIR TRADE CENTER. 2 Class of 1935 E as E N 5 Varielg, Drg Goods E E I E and Ready-to-Wear 5 E 5 H, g The Motor Inn Co. E 3 E E PHONE 32 S F. W. Soseman Q52 5 5 5 25 sz 2 HIHINIHSMZHIH2NZNZH3H2NZNZNEM2NZHENSHZNENENXMEMENZHZNZNZMENENEHZMZNZNZHX Directory of Professional and Business Men M3HIllHIHIHINIHIHIHIHENSNZHIHINEMZHSWENZHENZNENZHEHZMENZHENEMEMIWZMZHENZ E 5 E z 2 S DR. C. L. PUTNAM 2 DR. C. BRETTHAUER Q 5 Physician and Surgeon Q PhYSiCl1lll and 311120011 2 E Eyes Tested, Glasses Fitted 2 Office Q E Office in E Old Savings Bank Building 5 E First State Bank Building 5 . Ph0flCS2 gg' 5 Phones: 5 Office 85-Ag Res. 85-B 5 gf Office, 43-Ag Res., 43-B E HOLSTEIN, IOWA 3 fi I 5 : if A ll L' on E Il 3 2 E Fidelity and Surety Bonds E WENDALL CRANE E li ' Burglary Insurance E Physician and Surgeon I 2 1 . W ll fCas ly Policies S . if E , .1 3 Phones: Office 55-Ag Res., 55-B 3 3 G LEASDELL E ll Q X . ' 01-S Calls Answered Day and Night 3 ll - ' 3 E Telephone' ' Holstein, Iowa E HOLSTEIN, IOWA 2 fi O 1 5 : W H ll 3 ll IHIHIIINIHIHINSNIWIHIHINIHIHIHBHIHZHINERIWINBNBNEHEHENZNZHSNEHENEWBNENBN 2, 0. A. LANGLAND Dentist Office, Second Floor First State Bank Building Phones: Office 1195 Res. 386 The home of Quality Shoes for men, women and children KNUTH SHOE STORE Holstein, Iowa CORREGOUX GARAGE We repair all makes of cars and Storage Batteries Day and Night Road Service PHONE 332-A W. F. ZEMAN Dealer in Men's and Boy's Clothing Furnishings and Shoes Holstein, Iowa Hardware Harness Shoe Repairing Frigidaire Dexter Washers Shellane Gas Stoves HOFFMANN HARDWARE R, P. WHEATLEY Insurance and Real Estate A resident of Holstein for more than 45 years. NU FROCK SHOPPE "A Wee Bit of Everything" Your Patronage Appreciated Holstein, Iowa HZHIH2H2HINIHINZHIHIIIHIHIHIHIHIHZHIHIHIIIH2HIHIHIHIHIHIZHIHIHIHIHIHIHIHINIHZHIHIHIHZHZHZHIHIHIHIHIHIHIHZHIHIHIH I., 5 DR. R. E. WALTERS Dentist Office in Hamil's jewelry Store Phone 421-A Holstein, Iowa HOLSTEIN ICE CREAM PARLOR H. G. EICHERLY, Prop. Holstein, Iowa STANDARD OIL PRODUCTS Standard Red Crown Superfuel Gasoline Lubricating Oils and Greases VVM. 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