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

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Q' . s , 'E av '55 W5 3 A 'H In p 'Q y ei Krug' ii HOLSTEIN HIGH SCHOOL IN WINTER LETTERS TO THE EDITOR HOLSTEIN RELAYS lI'S XVhy hasn t more been said about the Hol stem Relays? We think the Moo should show the array of fine trophies that will be car ried home by the winners Twenty nine teams wlth 329 athletes are entered in the meet this year Holstein High School should be proud to play host to such a fine group of athletes and the townspeople should feel honored that their town is the center of the feature attrac- tion-tbanks to the efforts of Mr. Christie. -A Sports Fan Editor s Note: The trophies are shown on page 44 of this issue and Holstein was Runner-up in Class B. H K ga Q it Q l M Q .iw I, Q S- m P f . V at Ai 7 . I I I' N, , . 1' 5' 9 K A X 4 1' I I f A ' . . . I . r I- " 5 ' o i ' 'ti I -- . .WML vs' , . ,.g .Rx 'V ,WN 3 , f .nb R' Q , 'ls sf I I .I 'N P 1 Ai , I 1 V V. ' , '.-Q.'f5'1.:s' Y I W 3 31' ' 4 0: l'T0.. mi .X 5 X RAS' at G '4 H, '.v1r,As' A gt- my I , I f - X- me-. xr fi .I- in 1 'ig H 'if . ' S ' K so ' it , at if gif. f hi? ..,!g'Q - . p kt il' V, iss - g' X ,xg V in p at - I 1 of .r"l-l..- - . ,- in sy A xt fy ' S e I-H it AS Q o If -' ' Skip' Qi' ' .4 - 1' , ' . , l Speaking of Pictures LETTERS TO THE EDITOR DOGS AT SCHOOL Down the steps of Holstein high have walked those who have gone to train to fight that we may have peace. Yes, they have gone, and here in Holstein we see the service flags in windows and their names proudly printed on the honor roll. Holstein alumni wearing the khaki and the navy blue. Holstein students, too. Our thoughts and prayers reach out across the waters and strange lands to all, and especially for Henry Saxen, Kenneth Kiesling and Frederick Brickman of the class of '45, May the things you fight for come true, a world of free men and free women with the right to live as such. 5" A a E125 , :T E.:- E? Sirs: I recommend a few pictures of our canine friends of Holstein High. After all anyone as eager to enter the portals of learning as S. muh several dogs have been, deserve to be men- tioned. Along side of the footprints of dainty number 9's and lO's, are now established the pad marks of "Fuzzy" who resembles a dis- colored sheep. He has done better than any other canine member, for he has reached the top floor of learning - the high school. Obedient to a Seniors call, he descended again to a dog's level. A truly game attempt in my estimation. -"Little Bo Peep" Ed. Note: This dog O. K.? And how about Bobby Kraai for the hunter? Vol. 28 M 0 0 1945 Holstein High School Holstein, Iowa CONTENTS THE YEARS EVEN TS Seniors Cross the Finish Line ----- 4 Juniors' Dreams Come True 8 Sophomores Gam Vvisdom Freshmen Successfully Transplanted Scvcnth and Eighth Sixth and Fifth Fourth and Third Second First and Kindergarten CLOSE UP Dedication Adm1n1strat1on Faculty SPORTS Football Boys Basketball Girls Basketball ARTS Music tlnstrumentalj Music QVocal1 Sketches of School Life PUBLICATIONS Hilarity Yearbook Speaking of Plctures Letters to The Editor My School Moo Goes to the Prom Edztors Dean lemke and Darlene Albers Business Managers Herman Lohafer and Joanne Hansen Holstein We 're Proud T H E F L A G A-A 318 earned thas t sm 902, movin 1 All rooms dzsplay these -F .df gigs Ks Artzsts Dean Lemke Friedricksen and Dorothy Endrulot X 0 Advisors Miss Hatlen and Miss Stoner 0-30- . ,. ----- 9 - - - - 10 1 - ' -----.- ll t ' ' ------- 12 4' + t ' ------- 13 ff .Q g 1 , ' ' ----- 14 f W ' j tk t H, Y, Q ' 4 wil if 4 Ie" - -rf - ' -------- 15 g . - . - - - - - - - Xb - - - - - - - - - 16 C - - - - - - - - 22 ' ------- 24 ' ' ------- 25 ' ,,,,,, 19 R 4 if 1 X i sg' 1' 1 ---- - - - 21 rs. Q f - - tag' - - - - - - 5 t ,1 ,la V f , R f , Q Wt! " 2 ' ' -------- 26 1 .4 g Y F - - - - - - - - 27 2 0 , OTHER DEPARTMENTS A 'frzii ' ' ------ 1 ' ------ 1 - - - - - - - - 18 - - - - - - 34 3: T ' ,. '-1.4. V f i ii. , . .. , ' 1 , ' ' . O Smi HERMAN LOHAFER, "Bing", Class President 1, 2. 4, Moo Staff, Hilarity 1, 2, Ed.-in-Chief 4, Football 1, 2, 3, Track 2, Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4, "The Blundering Herd" 2, "Henpecked Henry" 3. Ambition: Aviation in any form . . . DEAN LEMKE, "Buckley", Football 4, Basketball 3, 4, Mixed Chorus 2, 3, 4, Sec.-Treas. 4, Moo Staff Ed.-in-Chief. Ambition: To repeat the dic- tionary backwards . . . JOANNE HANSEN, "Jo", Band 1, 2, Basketball 2, Glee Club 1, 2, 3, Mixed Chorus l, 2, 3, 4, Sextette 1, 2, 3, 4, Pep Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Hilarity 3, 4, Cheerleader 3, Class President 3, "Hap- py-Go-Lucky" 1, "The Blundering Herd" 2, "Henpeck- ed Henry" 3, Moo Staff. Ambition: Economics is her line . . . WAYNE CHRISTOPHERSEN, "Chris", Football 1, 2, 3, 4, Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4, Track 1, 2, 3, 4, Band 1, 2, Camera Club 1, 2, Hilarity 1, 2, 3, OYS Cross "Blundering Herd" 2, Moo Staff. Ambition: Get reduc- tions on a one-way trip to L. A .... GLENN HEL- KENN, "Sleepy", Football 4, Track 1, 2, 3, 4. Ambi- tion: To become a loyal State Guard member . . . FLOREEN GOETTSCH, "Flo", Band 1, 2, 3, 4, Glee Club 1, 2, Mixed Chorus 1, 3, 4, Basketball 4, "Hen- pecked Henry" 3, Pep Club 2, 3, Hilarity 4, Moo Staff. Ambition: "Woman in White" . . . ROBERT JEN- SEN,, "Axel", Track 1, 2, 3, 4, Football 4, Band 3, Basketball 3, 4, Mixed Chorus 3, 4. Ambition: Mana- ger of the C. O. store . . . WILMA GRELL, "Tootie", Cushing High School 2M years, Band 4. Ambition: To fill one cadet nurse uniform . . . WILSON RICE, "Wil- lie", Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4, Football 2, 3, 4, Track 3, 4, Mixed Chorus 4. Ambition: To find a girl who meets his qualifications. I YEARS EVENTS I The Pirwi h Lin 1 1- WAYNE DAUGAARD, "Doogy", F. F. A. 1, Pep Club 3, Moo Staff. Ambition: Tiller of the good earth. . . . ROBERT BUTCHER, "Butch", Football 4, Band 1, Track 4. Ambition: To sleep his life away . . . LA VONNE CARSTENS, "LaVonne", Basketball 3, 4. Ambition: To render the world her services in any way she can .... CHARLES EWOLDT, "Chas", Basket- ball 1, 2, 3, 4, Football 4, Band 1, 2, 3, 4, Mixed Chorus 4, Camera Club 1, 2, Pep Club 2, Vice President of Band 4, Hilarity 4, Moo Staff. Ambition: A typist- ii-s what else? . . . DUANE BROSAMLE, "Bromo", Foot- ball 4. Ambition: It's country life for him . . . BETTE CHRISTENSON, "Bette", Glee Club 1, 3. Ambition: To be a clerk-'most any kind . . . ARLO WILL, "But- ter", Mixed Chorus 1, 2, 3, 4, Glee Club 1, Band 3, 4, Track 3, 4, Basketball 1, 4, Pep Club 4, Sergeant-av Arms 2, 3. Ambition: lt's the ministry for him . . . JOYCE EWOLDT, "Joyce", Ambition: To remain quiet, serene, and bashful. CHIWCI i..OOi4 RAYMOND ELLERBUSCH, "Ray", Band 2, 3, 4, Football 3, 4, Mixed Chorus 4, Vice President 2, 4. Ambition: To enter the Case Implement Business . . . LESTER VOI-IS, "Les", F. F. A. 2. Ambition: A future farmer of America . . . JAMES KENNETH KIESLING, "Kissy", Football 1, 2, 3, 4, Captain 4, Basketball l, Track 3, 4, Moo Staff. Ambition: Army Air Corps . . . DARLENE ALBERS, "Al", Mixed Chorus l, 2, 3, 4. Sextette 4, Glee Club l, 2, 3, 4, Pep Club 3, 4, Moo Staff, Asst. Ed.-in-Chief, Hilarity 4, Cheerleader 3. Ambition: To make her mark in life . . . ALYS COLE- MAN, "Co1ey", Hilarity 2, 3, 4, Pep Club 2, 3, 4, Cheerleader 4, "Blundering Herd" 2, Camera Club Presi- 1 is , . X, dent 2, Moo Staff. Ambition: College, here I come . . . YVONNE SETCHELL, "Bunny", Secretary and Treas- urer 2, 3, Hilarity 3, 4, Pep Club l, 2, 3, 4, Basketball 4, Moo Staff. Ambition: A life of quiet research . . . DARRELL MILLER, "Gunner", To find a chicken he isn't acquainted with . . . DORATHY ENDRULAT. 'iDotty", Basketball l, 2, 3, 4, Pep Club 3, 4, Mixed Chorus l 2, Cheerleader 4, Glee Club 1, 2, Vice Presi- dent 3, Moo Staff. Ambition: Just to be a lady . . . LLOYD AGNEW, "Randie", Band l, 2, 3, Pep Club 1, 2, Camera Club 1, 2, Football 4, Brass Sextette 3, Moo Staff, Hilarity 3, 4. Ambition: A Voyager on the high seas-namely a Merchant Marine. T Beyond - - - LOREN DITTMER,"Dippey", Pep Club 3. Ambition: To be a little man . . . FLORENCE THORBORG, "Florence", Glee Club 3. Ambition: Just to remain her quiet self . . . RUSSELL EWOLDT, "Russ", Band l, 2, 3, Pep Club l, 2, Camera Club 1, 2, Track l, 3, 4, Cornet Trio 3, Moo Staff. Ambition: To see the world . . . ORVILLE FRIEDRICKSEN, "Orv", Band l, 2, 3, 4, Band President 4, Moo Staff, Ambition: No objective in sight . . . LANORE WIENERT, "XVienert", Band l, 2, 3, 4, Pep Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Hilarity 4, Moo Staff. 1 Ambition: An office-a secretary-Lanore . . . GALEN GEHRTS, "C1ehrts", Football 2, Track l, 2, Band 3, 4. Ambition: To become a man of the world . . . LOTS GOETTSCH, "Goettsch", Glee Club 2, 3, 4. Ambition: To live in Denver, Colorado, U. S. A .... DALE EWOLDT, "Pete", Football 1, 2, 3, Basketball 2, Mixed Chorus 2, 3, 4, Track l, 2, "Happy-Go-Lucky" l, "Blundering Herd" 2. Ambition: An Electrical Engi- neer in the making. QU' 3 if Juniors' Dreams Come True 'IP of ji D' Back: A. Scherner, D. Ewoldt, A Gocttsch. J. Leinbaugh. D. Rohlk M. Kahl. Pres. Treas., R. Dittmer, H. Johnson W. Conover, A. Libke. Front: I. Obitz, S. Stoneking Vice-Pres., I. Lembcke, D. Wiese P. McArthur. 3 wif' The Junior year was an all-out year for money. On nights of football games, shivering volunteers gathered in the shack to serve doughnuts, hot coffee and hot dogs to chilly spectators. Driven on by the promise of prizes for the most subscriptions sold, juniors tramped streets to sell magazines. But all labor brings its rewards. Out of S443 worth of sub- scriptions the class netted S154.70. And then, of course, there was the junior dance, which meant good substantial food for sale. Though money was the objective, prices were never above ceiling. Last but most important was the Junior-Senior Prom. All added up it totaled much diligent work. Donning slacks or any other comfortable wearing apparel, 'lads and lassies climbed ladders, broke fingernails, dropped thumbtacks and pounded nails in a good- natured cooperative effort to make their prom one to be long remembered. Afternoons without classes were not to be ignored, either. When the turmoil had ceased and the evening had arrived, the realization of three dream-filled years spread before them-a bespangled ballroom filled with music, gay laughter, and sophisticated evening gowns. All this for suddenly grown-up juniors and seniors. Center: M. Whitehouse. Sec'y- 1 r Soohomores Gain Wisdom Back: A. Lembcke. R. Sorensen, A. Goet- tsch, S. Bagenstos, G. Kock, R. Fried- richsen, J. McGuire, B. Bagenstos, B. Irwin. Center: L. Jensen, H. Petersen Vice-Pres. V. Helkenn, R. Mighell, H. Witt, L Dau, S. Hansen, P. Bochmann. Front: R. Grell. L. Goettsch, D. Schlum baum, S. Goettsch, E. Obrecht, Sec'y Treas., G. Whitehouse, R. Ftahm Pres., D. Daugaard. Having weathered the trials and tribulations of the first year, sophomores found the second year meant more studying and less fooling around, more algebra and less free time. Don't believe, though, that they worked all the time. After a number of postpone- ments, a sophomore dance was held, which was herald by artistic color drawings on blackboards. Thirsty dancers drank pop during intermission and then danced until the late hour of 1 1. The sophs were not only proud of their scholastic record but also the fact that a number of their classmates were prominent in many activities. In athletics-Betty B., Anna L., Phyllis B., Jim M., Roger M., Richard F.: in music--Elizabeth O., Betty B., Anna L., Roger S., Roger M., Gerald K. Freshmen Successfully -I-ransplentecl Back: R. Vollmar. V. Pres., NI. Godbersen, D Gocttsch, R. Goextsch, L. Lorenzen. H. Hunt D. Ewoldt. D. Ruhser. V. Nloeller, D. Vollmar E. Scherner. Center: A. Grit-s. M. Hansohn. E. Maser. D. Gries fogle. D, Lemke, V. Pfalzgraf, Sec'y-Treas. R. Stamp, F. Soseman. Front: J, Jurgensen. J. Vohs. B. Goettsch. R foglc. V. Jensen. D. Arp. D. Huenecke, H Bauer. H. Schubert. V. Bremer, A group of freshies once again ascended the steps of learning from junior high. Frightened at first Cand they had reasonb, they soon recovered and began behaving in normal fashion. They awaited the forthcoming initiation with anxiety, for rumors of what had happened to others had slipped down through the years. XVearing ridiculous costumes, the freshies brought seniors candy and were promptly paddled for misdemeanors. The first period assembly was devoted to recitations and enforced stunts. In the evening more punishment was administered and amusing performances given by embarrassed, har- rassed freshies. Through it all,the freshmen showed good sportsmanship and ability to cope with all situations. They were severely tested and found highly acceptable. Their nerve, talent and wolf-calls establish them as full-fledged Holstein High students. s., G. Carsrens. J. Langland. D. Meyer. V. Brey- Fritz. I.. Meyer. D. Michaelsen, Pres., A. Brey- Junior l-ligh on the Beam EIGHTH GRADE Front: D. Geske. A. Kock. S. Lund, E. Bockmann, D. Vollmar, J. Breyfogle, B. Endrulat, L. Schubert. Back: A. Will, M. MacArthur, D. Friedrichsen, C. McGuire. SEVENTH GRADE Front: J. Kolb. R. Saxen, V. Bochmann, H. Vohs, M. Wiese, R. Bauer, L. Scherner. Second: D. Lemke, D. Jensen, S. Steen. B. Bremer. L. Lill, M. Hansohn, J. Sindt. Back: A. Kock, L. Munz, V. Kock, J. Bagenstos. D. Dierson, W. Bienlien. H. Schlumbaurn. This group of junior high students are looking forward to taking their places up the ladder of education next year. They've had a good year with their parties, their classroom activities, and their three fine one-act plays, "Wildcat Willie Buys a Bond". "Selma Goes Psychic", and "Our Junior-High Library". The high school is always strengthened by those who enter its assembly. 0-110- Sixth and Fifth Grades SIXTH GRADE Front: W. Kiesling. B. Sager. D. Schneckloth. J Lemkc, C. Schubert. P. Ellerbusch. Back: J. Brodersen. E. Gebers. R. Wiesc, D. Brey- fogle, E. Heyer, C. Wood. FIFTH GRADE Front: P. Christie. C. Schlumhaum, D. Conover. M Lembcke, D. Geske. B. Schulz. Back: N. Schmidt, P. Sieglaff, R. Bienlien, D. Ewoldt M. McEerrnott. B. Agnew, Absent, D. Porterfield. These are the youngsters who still play out-of-doors at recess, drink their penny milk, and radiate pink cheeks and good health. Both rooms earned the right to fly the Schools-at-War Banner by purchasing war bonds and stamps every month. They are a credit to their teachers, Miss Kitchen and Miss Jones. -o12-o- l:OUI'tll c3DCl -l-l1Il'Cl C5l'dCl2S FOURTH GRADE Front: F. Saxen, B. Wiese, R. Armstrong, M. Kerk- sen. C. Kolb, D. Ballard, B. Breyfogle. Back: N. Weiland, H. Bochmann, G. Gerber, M. Sch- roeder. K. Obitz, D. Walker. R. Larson. THIRD GRADE Front: V. Schuett, D, Goettsch, V. Kiesling, E. Bock mann, D. Branco, K. Walker, K. Rice, P. Derksen Second row: D. Meier, D. Green. D. Irwin. B. Bleas- dell. H. Ehlert, C, Armiger. Back: S. Miller, M. McCubbin, C. Kistenmacher, B Martin, M. Sindt, S. Scherner, J. Armiger, Absent, S. King, O. Hueschen. These groups tramp the halls of the "old building and answer to the calls of Miss Poster and Miss Barker. Each room proudly displays the 90017 Schools at War banner. Every day their canine friends Wait for them on the playground and escort them home. 0134:- Seconcl, First and Kindergarten SECOND GADE Front: D. Gerber, J. Obitz, R. Schuett, C. Vollmar P. Heyer, C. Peterson, V. Schmidt, G. Breyfogle Back: J. Moser, R. Will, M. Wagner, J. Cole, I-I Saxen, J. Langland, H. Leonard, J. Bleasdell. Ab- sent-R. Libke. FIRST GRADE Front: C. Breyfogle, D. Sindt, E. Whitehouse. E Johnson, M. Stoneking, V. Derkson. Back: N. Michaelsen, S. Curtis, F. Bienlien, S. Ehlert F. Koch, G. Huescher, D. Bochmann. Absent-V Wood, K. Lane. KINDERGARTEN Front: J. Breyfogle, A. Hansen, J. Derksen. D, Sor- ensen, J. Williams, L. Saxen, B. Kaus. Back: S. Blackmer, K. Schiffbauer, R. Bagenstos, B Irwin, D. Lorenzen, G. Will, J. Leonard, R Ellerbusch. These little folk will be the grown-ups of the 60's and how glad they may be that they have had the Misses Olson, Gray and Brown as their inspiration and training for life among free men here in America. 014-0 he Towers Thai 3 QLQSE Up Tommy Watts DEDICATION We the Senlor Class of 1945 wlshmg to express our apprematxon for years of lovmg dnhgent serv1ce dedlcate thls yearbook to the memory of T M Watts Tommy as secretary of the school board for thrrty tlve years fostered the mterests and ldeals of our school at all tlmes He undertood the rmpetuousn ss of youth the problems of teachers the responsxblhtnes of school authorltles But we do not conslder l'1s death as markmg the end of all hls humanltarlan efforts It IS our smcere hope that we carry on h1s affable phllo ophy of clean joyous lnvmg tempered wnh tolerant good w1ll toward all men THE POWERS THAT BE The Powers That Be pat ently loregomg the screams of reform movements have been ably attackmg fmanclal dlfflcultxes eradlcatmg mmor corruptlons and establxshmg sound educatlonal pohcxes These promment busmess men and c1v1c leaders have been contrlbutmg thelr tlme and efforts to pro mote a hlghly efflclent school system They deserve much credlt for the success of our school We We s l W P Crane Norman Wexland O A Lang land, Fred Barghols, Walter Lorenzen, C J Obrecht,j Alfred Armxger. .- e 1 ...........l. 1 , , , - .-:' 12512151522 -sgsfw. 5-...,.:.,.:s:s:s:2:5:5 -Elg:g,f5':,,1 'iigifififiia Ar-gigiii-1Ig33E3' '-"i,.,:s-' .- -- w.-.fat-2:552s.i 2:5 - 1 .. 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' ' l 5 ' , v ,v - , f . , . .-...l i . . , . 3 D 7 J ' ' n n , Y Q c Jke Jac Educatxons vast expansxon nommated to Holstem the support and benefactxon of a capable assemblage of mstructors Money mvested 1n good teachers IS the best sort of Insurance and our faculty proved no l1ab1l1ty m maklng our school a center of knowledge ARTHUR E GERBER master mmded component of math and scxence from Iowa State Teachers Spends txme tmkermg wxth electrxcxty and wood cralt CATHERINE CHRISTIE graduate of Clark and Buena Vista Colleges has promoted an mterested mlxed chorus and Engllsh class Rellshes home made cookies enjoys sports llkes red Havmg attended Iowa State Teachers Colo rado U and Buena Vxsta College SARAH JONES has capably managed her dutnes as fxfth grade mstructor a basketball and movle fan EVELYN JOHNSON mstructor of Englmsh and junlor Hlgh from Iowa State Teachers College has gulded our youth arlght Artxste plus Venturmg to start be gxnners on the oorrect road of llfe BONNIE OLSON came from Buena Vlsta College Loves cats and bowlmg Havmg attended the Umversxty of Iowa and the Umversxty of Mmnesota MADELINE HATLEN was well prepared to cheerful addmon to Jumor hlgh came to us from Western Umon College En Joys readm and crochetmg MARGARET BROWN headmlstress of second gr de attended Buena Vlsta College Chlef Cop on second floor Rxdes a tractor gracefullv MR M F CHRISTIIE our supermtendent attended the Unxverslty of Mlchlgan Marquette U Colorado U and Buena Vlsta College from whence he gameld the knowledge glvmg hlm hls posxtlon A avxd reader I teach English. Enjoys the piano and best seller books ..,. BLANCHE PARRY, a I and athletlc booster Cherokees personal Irlsh representatlve PATRICIA HELLER halls from the Umverlty of Iowa and has eagerly attacked the study of home economlcs and soclal studles Reads all avallable Indxan lore BARBARA FOSTER our able fourth grade teacher was educated m the corn husker state of Nebraska State Teacher s College A chocolate addlct and movle an The U of South Dakota provlded us wlth our commerclal teacher IONE MANNING now engaged m turnmg out 60 word typlsts Llkes to travel and rehshes apple ple SADEE GRAY our beloved flrst grade teacher for many years from Drake Umverslty and the U of Iowa IS held m high esteem by her chlldren Llkes murder mysterles and soap RUSSELL KRAAI S schooling at Mornmgslde has made hlm the sparkplug of Holstems athletlcs and a soclal sclence success Enthuslastxc about huntxng and photography Havmg attended Iowa State Teachers ELVE BARKER has quallfled for the posltlon as head of thlrd grade actlvltles Collects postmarks and favors brown Ve er an of many years at the helm of the slxth grade PEARL KITCHEN has weathered many battles pollshmg the younger generatlon She comes vla Mornmgslde Enjoys people and wrmng CONRAD E CLAUSSEN the most cussed and dlscussed man m school An mvaluable ccg ln our musical ma chmery Attended school of music ln Flensburg Germany H1 love for opera IS exceeded only by hls 'ove for athletlcs MARIE STONER our ab'e prln lpal attended the Unlverslty of Iowa Colorado U and the UIIINSFSIIY ol Minnesota A vagabond by nature and enjoys tal mg motron pzctures l I L . , . . .... , y s I 1 J 'I anon , . v - , . . f , w - r ' . . 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THIS IS MY Thls rs my school my campus Thxs rs where I came txmld and afrard Thrs rs where I leave stxll tlmld and afraxd fearful of the world I am entermg I am the semor of 1945 What rs thls school Im leavrngi' It rs a place of hurrymg students of rmgrng bells of laughs and sxghs lt rs a place for learnmg learnrng to be blg broad mmded free cltrzens rn a free world Thls school became my school late rn 1932 only yesterday My school a place of spacrous rooms halls books plctures maps teachers new frrends and new experiences A new world grades to hugh school because our mmds were easrly contented We remember how we used to hrke hand m hand scoutrng for leaves of ex qulsrte beauty or a bunch of young pussy wrllows Then at the end of each term we trrpped happlly to our class p1cn1c We enjoyed these thmgs and these memorles are the ones that we shall cherlsh rn the future The actlvrtles we d1d as a group and not as mere mdxvrduals are the ones that are worth whlle after all When we entered Jumor hlgh we fmally found ourselves to be growmg older We realrzed thls by the fact that we were wlth older people every day and we began talkrng and mrxmg wlth them Very soon rt seemed we entered hrgh school for our freshman year In thus grade sur v1v1ng the 1n1t1at1on was our outstandmg ac oomplrshment We now had the opportumty to Joxn extra currrcular actrvrtres We experrenced SCHOOL real fun and class co operatron when we became juniors and worked to decorate the gym for the jumor senlor prom Now thrs year we produced thxs annual our flnal project before the class bells sound out our last good tlmes together These past years may seem long m fact very long but when we look back and collect brts of serxous actxons and words we reallze how dependent we were on our parents our teachers and our schoolmates for thmgs we had to accomplrsh before we were ready for the world GLADYS WEEDE Some of those frrends who helped us all the way along Mrss Gray Mlss Kxtchen and Gladys Weede we ve kept through the years Gladys has been a frlend to all of us through out our whole school career and we are glad for the opportunlty to say Thank you Gladys and good luck to you as we leave We who have reached the door of oppor tumty and lrfe express to you whom we leave behmd a smcere good bye-and good luck' Charles Ewoldt x - ' . p , I , . . , - . ' . 3 y . . , . u ' J I "' a . Y ' , . . . . . I . . , ! . - W ' 1 1 1 9 . 1 9 , 9 , . .. ' Time passed quickly from the elementary v 1 ff 51 , '5 , - ' .ii . 7 , V Y . , . . , Q 1 - n , 7 , . . - 7 ' ll n u 1 I y , , 7 1, ' Y . - , ' , . . . .. . . - , , . U , ' . -i-il? Down B6dt O Friedrichsen J Langland D Vollmar N Obrecht E Maser V Jensen D Huenecke R Fritz H Bauer V Bremer S Bagenstos L Lorenzen R Vollmar R Sorensen G Geherts R Ellerbusch L C Ewoldt M A Hansohn D Michaelson F Soseman P McArthur D Geske L Meyer L Jensen L Wiencrt XV Grell V G Moeller D Vollmar B Goettsch M Whxtehouse D Lembke When school started August 28 1944 the band began again to hold the usual three rehearsals a week However many members were still in good form because of summer band concerts. Including the director Coonie Clausen the band this year consisted of forty members having well balanced instrumental sections but needing drill in sight reading. As the date of the first home football game drew near Coonie began to take the band to the athletic field so they could practice keeping in step line and rank and yet play at the same time. Some of the new members and even some of the veterans had trouble. On the night of every football game the band members donned uniforms marched -o19-o- ARTS 7 V. Lill, ii. Migheill, A. win, v. I-lelken, F. ooeirsch, A. wni, E. obreLm,'B. Bageiistos, s, swmiiingf I -l-li? Down B6dt ill to the town's main square to play two or three peppy num- bers and then advanced to the field to perform for the specta- tors. After the football season the inside rehearsals began, and it was then decided who should have first chairs. In the clari- net section first chair was held by Charles Ewoldt and Mary Ann Hansohng in the cornets, Orville Friedrichsen. Now instead of playing marches Coonie began handing out overtures such as "Robin Hood", "Jolly Robbers", "Metrop- olis", and "Victor Herbert's Favorites". About the first of February Coonie and the band, thinking of the spring contest, began intensive practice on "Built on a Rock", by Uggen, "The Three Graces" by O'Neill, and "Mighty Minnesota" by K. L. King. Breaking the band into two sections, the reeds and the brass, Coonie held separate re- hearsals. After a time the band was united, and by the time the contest arrived each member knew his and everybody else's music, too. Smaller instrumental groups, the brass quartette and sextette, were also spending many hours preparing for the forthcoming contest. Selections chosen by the brass sextette were "The Stranger" by Schumann and "A Night in June" by K. L. King. The brass quartette played "The Three Original En- sembles" by Quinto Maganini and "Summer Afternoon" by Gustav Klemm. Only two members of the band played solos. Bobby Fritz. french horn, played "Spring's Awakening" by Bach, and Robert Vollmar, trombone, played f'Thoughts of Yesterday" by Clay Smith. Brass Sextet: O. Friedrichsen, J. Langland, R. Fritz, R. Ellerbusch. R. Vollmar, R. Mighell. Brass Quartet: O. Friedrichsen, D. Vollmar, R. Fritz, R. Vollxnar. Duo: R. Fritz. R. Vollmar. -o2 Oo With a Song in -I-heir Hearts Back: G. Koch, Herman Lohafer, R. Jensen D. Lemke, R. Mighell, R. Ellerbusch. Third: M. Godbersen. D. Albers. J. Hansen. F. Goettsch, B. Bagenstos, A. Lembcke. M. Kahl. A. Will. C. Ewoldt, D. Vollmar. E Maser. R. Vollmer, D. Ewoldt. Second: D. Wiese, M. Hansohn, M. White house. P. McArthur, A. Libke, D. Meyer, V. Moeller. J. Langland. Front: B. Goettsch, I. Obitz. E. Obrecht, L Meyer, D. Lemke, S. Stoneking, I. Lembcke A. Gries. D. Michaelsen, R. Fritz. H. Bauer F. Soseman, W. Rice. Back: J. Hansen. M. Kahl, D. Albers. Front: S. Stoneking, M. Whitehouse, D. Lemke. This year the mixed chorus, directed by Mrs. Christie, had a larger membership than any chorus of previous years. Possibly many students began to realize that music is not sissy stuff but something to be enjoyed. A The mixed chorus held only two practices a week, and, like the band, was some- times split into two groups, the boys and the girls. They learned such selections as "The Bubble," "Lost Chord," "Swing Low Sweet Chariot" and "The Lord's Prayer." An innovation of the music department was combining the mixed chorus and the band for "The Lord's Prayer." The most active of the vocal groups was the girls' sextette. Besides singing at various school functions the girls sang for different organizations of the town, such as the Woman's Club, United Service Woman's Club and different Ladies Aids. Sing- ing 'AWinter Wonderland," "Dancing Sunbeamsf' "Gypsy Moon," "When Song is Sweet" and other tuneful melodies, the girls, accompanied by their director Mrs. Christie, found appreciative audiences wherever they appeared. -021-0 l SPORTS I Pigskin Parade SUMMARY OF SEASON Back: R. Goettsch, S. Bagenstos, J. Mc- G ' H. H D. B l A. G - uire. unt. fOS3m e. Oet tsch, R. Fricdrichsen, D. Rohlk, L. Lor enzen, D. Vollmar. Center: J. Jurgensen. J. Langland, R. Jen- sen, XV. Rice. D. Lemke, W. Christopher sen. J. Lcinbaugh, R. Mighell, R. Voll mar. W. Conover. Front: G. Helkenn. L. Agnew, R. Butcher H. Witt. C. Ewoldt, K. Kiesling, R Ellerbusch. Starting the season with an inexperienced squad, Coach Kraai had some difficulty in building a line and shaping up a backfield that could pick up where the 1943 gridders had left off. The team finished the season with one win over Onawa, a tie with Schaller and five defeats. To these fellows who never quit, we say: "Hail to the lad in the helmet and pad, The boy of the pigskin and cleat. Lift him on high with a victory cry And cheer him as well in defeat." Holstein Holstein Holstein Holstein Holstein Holstein Holstein Holstein 1 944 SCHEDULE O Correctionville 0 Moville l 3 Onawa 1 3 Schaller O Akron 1 3 Kingsley 6 Odebolt 0 Cherokee -o-2 20 .-f""f- X Kcnmb J' df 'X N x X X X .xx sf' x fold, 4, I. fini! 5 'it RAYMOND ELLERBUSCH Senror FIISI year of vars1ty ball l35 pound hard h1tt1ng left end Stopped many an end run before If got started KENNETH KIESLING Sen1or Three vars1ty football letters and co Captain Rough and rugged left tackle CHARLES EWOLDT Senror Fxrst crack at football Good offens1vely and defen snely One letter man Left guard HENRY NVITT Sophomore Mmnxe the Skrnny lad 260 pounds of bravxn to see act1on for two years Center ROBERT BUTCHER Senxor New comer at football Developed mto hard hrtter One letter man LLOYD AGNEXV Sen1or Rand1e another begxnner Always 1n there f1ght1ng Senror one letter wlnner Rlght Tackle GLENN HEI KENN Semor Good blocker on offense A demon on defense Fxrst letter wmner at rxght end JACK LEINBAUGH Junror Outstandmg on qulck plunges ower center and end runs Good 1945 prospect Mobbms flrst letter at quarterback DEAN LEMKE Senror Hardhlttmg back Good ground gamer Buckley s f1rst letter rn football Left halfback WAYNE CHRISTOPHERSEN Senlor Three years experlence Usually good for needed yards 180 pound three letter man Fullback XVILSON RICE Senlor Flea welght of team 130 pounds of determ1nat1on Outstandmg on defense Co captam and three letters R1ght halfback oQ3o- . , . V X x lp 2 .,r,,:SVJu pQ:,X 'F A hip' vtwh a 'tg,5 A 2 'fs'- T' A 0 " A N, , .st Q xx ' X . p A 'f A .N X. wx. l h fy. N N 0 Y 6. , -' 1 525 v V X L , r p Q25 yi lx ,iw QQ! 1, 'ct N, K I QZQL qt ' f,vg ' . V1 .nl ali, N K IZ. 2, -,I . W,1Y"F,-nn I. 7 , a X 'I . ,f7??, TAL' p X .-In V. A l.- eV, . , i,' R rQ.f M" A V 1 , K1 . 'S at A , T , - 4. '.t W P4 fxff f, , I, 0 Q A . ' H . . . ,, 7 . A - H - H 4 - Tli Maple ...,. The boys' basketball quintet, lacking experience, fell before the Aurthur cagers in the first game of the season but came back in the second tilt to down Schaller. Schaller had the long side of the score until the final minutes when Holstein took the lead. The Pirates shared honors with Quimby, losing to them on the home court and defeating them on their own floor. The first conflict with Anthon saw Holstein defeated by a three point margin. In the return game, Holstein went down again by the same three points in a very hard fought battle. Losing to both Galva and C'Ville, Holstein came back and held the high scor- ing Danbury quintet to twenty-two points. Even though they played hard ball, the Holstein Pirates lost the next two encounters to Galva and Kingsley. Schaller fell victim to the Pirates on the local court in a hair-raising game. Again the Pirates lost one of those three point games to the powerful Alta outfit, but this seemed to spur Holstein into action and they conquered Aurthur who had heavily outscored them in the first game of the season. Holstein closed its season by losing two hard and vigorous games to Odebolt and Danbury. MAPLE VALLEY TOURNAMENT The Pirates entered the tournament with fire in their eyes. Round one was with Odebolt, a quintet who had defeated them on the home floor. They proved to be rough and exciting with the Holstein five overpowering the Odebolt team by a score of 27 to 22. The second game was with the powerful favorites. Galva. Holstein fought bravely to the last minute hoping for a victory, but fell by a score of 29 to 20. The third evening Hol- stein met the Danbury cagers in the consolation game. The Pirates were a little cold on their shots and free throws that night and Danbury claimed a victory of 38 to 10. -Q2 4-cr BOYS BASKETBALL tophersen, A. Goettsch, L. Lorenzen. V Moeller. Front: A. Will, D. Vollmar, W. Rice, R er. G. Carstens. We They 9 Aurthur 25 16 Schaller 14 3 l Quimby 2 7 1 5 Quimby 21 l 3 Anthon 16 15 Galva 6 7 23 C'Ville 45 7 Danbury 22 16 Odebolt 22 18 Anthon 21 1 7 C'Ville 32 1 8 Galva 3 5 26 Kingsley 3 2 29 Schaller 27 24 Alta 2 7 29 Aurthur 28 21 Odebolt 3 0 25 Danbury 48 MAPLE VALLEY TOURNAMENT 2 7 Odebolt 22 20 Galva 29 10 Danbury 3 8 SECTIONAL TOURNAMENT 22 Ida Grove 26 Back: H. Johnson, J. Leinbaugh, L. Lem- ke, H. Lohafer, V. Bremer, W. Chris' Mighell. R. Jensen, C. Ewoldt, D. Mey- ......Court GIRLS BASKETBALL Back: A. Lembcke. F. Goettsch, D. Endrn- lat. M. Godbersen, D. Goettsch. B. Bag- enstos, L. Carstens, Y. Setchell. Front: P. Christie, Mascot, I. Lembcke, S. Stoneking, P. Bochmann. E. Scherner. D. Lemke, D. Micha-zlsen. B. Goettsch. E. Obrecht. XVe They 41 Aurthur 34 3 2 Schaller 44 19 Quimby 27 19 Quimby 3 9 3 5 Anthon 3 6 19 Galva 22 30 Meriden 32 51 C'Ville 15 53 Cushing 15 25 Odebolt 20 3 9 Anthon 26 51 C'Ville 25 3 8 Cushing 16 28 Cialva 3 8 3 7 Meriden 3 9 40 Aurthur 40 3 3 Odebolt 3 2 SECTIONAL TOURNAMENT 40 "'Schaller 42 The Holstein girls' team began the season with a victory, downing Aurthur, 41-34. The second game was lost to Schallet with Quimby taking top honors for two games also. In the first game against Anthon the girls were defeated in a one-point game. The Galva and Meriden sextets both claimed victories over the Holstein sextet by two and three points. C'Ville was a newcomer this year and was no match for the Holstein team. Cushing also fell as the Holstein girls gained speed and accuracy. After connect- ing with two straight victories they took four more before falling to defeat again. Odebolt tumbled after Cushing and next in line came the Anthon outfit. With revenge in their eyes the Holstein girls went in for a kill and got it. C'Ville and Cushing, both return games on the local court, were chalked up in the local list of victories. A powerful Galva team broke the victory line for one game. But the "Piratettes" came back for four more wins. The Meriden team, who had beaten them two points previously again claimed a two point victory in a close one. Schaller fell to the team on the home floor after a hard fight and a very close score. Aurthur bowed to Holstein in a "nip and tuck" ball game and the Odebolt ball game proved to be a "see- saw, nerve- wracking" game with the score jumping one way and another and only seconds to go. Holstein claimed the victory by one point in the last 20 seconds. -025-o j PUBLICATIONS I -H12 News Goes To Press Through pen and Lens mm nm eassiesss. Wfl"Q ' . 1 id pq . 'un NH sq Ne.-xr.s: s Wig. - Prepared by a staff selected by faculty members, edited by Dean Lemke, advised by Miss Stoner, Miss Hatlen and Mr. Christie, printed and engraved by the Perkins Bros. Company, photographed by A. B. Christensen- that is the story of this year's Moo. It was back in the year 1917 that the yearbook made its debut in the Holstein community. Since then, it has been praised, cussed and discussed by its readers. As the annual has matured, the tendency has been for staffs to follow the same beaten track cut by preceding issues. But, not this year! After mulling over numerous suggestions, the senior class decided to adopt the magazine style, using Life magazine as the theme. After reviewing facts and figures, the staff found a wal new record has been set. Joanne Hansen and Herman Lohafer, business managers, had collected over S200 in advertising. .Then came the production period. Writers bit pencils and fingernails. Camera artists stealthily snapped in- formal moments of unaware classmates. Advisers conned suggestions of authorities and dreamed new dreams. Out of this came the Moo, the embodiment of life in Holstein High. Much was said about scarcity of film, paper, and labor for printing. All kinds of gremlins attempted to prevent attainment of the objective. But with grim determination the seniors slugged it out. After weeks of checking, re- checking. Haccentuating the positive and eliminating the negative," the dummy was finished. All there was left to do was to wait-anxious and hopeful. Standing: O. Friedrichsen. L. Agnew. Seated: Aiys C. Russell E. Y. Sctchell. C. Ewoldt, L. Wicnert, K. Kiesling. D. Al- bers. W. Chrisrophersen, F. Goettsch, D. Endrulat, W. Daugaard, J. Hansen. Front: D. Lemke. H. 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'ka a 'is 2' 3 v-.,.. - '-. ,, is ,,.. uf -le rw ...J Swrrllng rustllng skxrts natty ta1lored suxts and mellow muslc rn the Campbell manner create a romantlc and appealmg scene as the Jumor Senxor Prom IS pxctured at 1ts peak Life Goes to a prom Long wrll be remembered that eventful day of May 3 1944 when a noxsy group of Junxors transformed the gymnaslum IHIO a beautxfully decorated ballroom Bnght multr colored streamers of crepe set off the huge brxllxant chandeller of br1ght roses glorlfyxng the theme Rhapsody of Sprmg From elght untll nme o clock any out srders were 1nv1ted to attend or take prctures At erght sharp Jumors and senxors dressed 1n long formal gowns and Sunday best suxts strolled xnto the gym Mellow musrc of Stardust or perhaps the hot Jxve of the Jersey Bounce was sent therr way by Maestro Sam Campbell chosen by the Junlors to enterta1n at the most xmportant socxal event of the year Followmg each dance everyone stormed the doors to the cocktall bar D6llClOUS punch and potato chxps were served to the student body and faculty by sxx members selected from the freshman class All too soon the clock struck twelve Reluctantly each charmmg Cmderella and handsome prxnce departed remember1ng forever the charm and bnghtness of the Rhapsody of Sprmg 03 40 1 vii fx 1 1 O 1 1 - I 1 . . U . ,, . . . , s Q y ' 1 Y - . . - U 11 -- , . U ,, . . . 1 , . ' 1 Y . U - 11 While someone sits twiddling his thumbs, Herman Lohafer, a lucky prom-bound Joanne Hansen takes time out to pose for senior boy, smiles slyly in anticipation of a the camera. joy-crammed evening. Arriving at the prom, Joanne and Herman find they are not the first to arrive, for already the dance floor is dotted with couples. o-3 So- JS-...-f' After that solid jive everyone goes for a little refreshment. At a beautifully decorated bar, six freshman students serve punch and potato chips. Third from left sits Miss Heller, who can now relax after ably supervising prom activities. ,,, 1 I-u-nn-sq: The spotlight rests for a moment on Sam Campbell and his rhythmic The highlight of the evgning is the Crown- music makers, who take a deserving bow. 0-360- ing of the king and queen, Richard Branco and Mary McQuire. Selected by the junior class as representatives of Holstein youth, they are honored in a colorful ceremony. Speaking of Pictures LETTERS TO THE EDITOR Miss Hatlen's sophomore English class busily engaged in vo- cabulary study. The word in question is "malapropros" and from Betty's expression, it's a honey. Junior typing section I in action Wayne asks for a little individual attention from Miss Manning Notice the progress chart on the bulletin board Somebody has done nice work Con gratulationsl PIANIST Sirs: If any of the music lovers of Holstein have sought in vain for a master of the keys, look no further, for we give you here, Harry Petersen, in person, accomplished pianist. Keep up the good work, Harry, and Jose Iturbi will have nothing on you. -Benny ACCORDIANIST Sirs: The Moo is progressing rapidly, so may I mention its versatile editor? Surely, you would not know that a brain such as his ex- tends to his hands. Surprise and surprise was written on our faces as he walked into the assembly one day with an accordian strapped around his neck. We watched his dexterous fingers fly across the keys and felt his entertainment was of the best We are indeed proud of the boy for this IS but one of his many accom plishments The Listening Post Ed note Dean and his accordian are pic tured on page 27 Speaking ol Pictures T-SQUARE Under Mr. Christie's watchful eye freshmen boys wield imple- ments of manual training-T-square, awl, vise-Watch out for those fingers. 4 Alert sophomores and Miss Stoner view map in world history and ponder on whether or not the Japs are sorry they didn t stay in their own backyard. LETTERS TO THE EDITOR ART WORK Sirs: Do you realize that our Seniors have many a hidden talent, that have at last been brought out? Drawing can be done well, or it can be done haphazardly. Our kids have done very well in my opinion. Glancing over an industrious student's shoulder, I observed the keen curved lines of a well drawn dance team. When hands are given a chance. results prove the reward. -Joseph Chesterfield Answer: We are beginning to realize this. See pages 28-33. DOBBIN Sirs: Where is the old horse and buggy of yes- teryear? Students of today miss half of the fun when they can't guide "Old Dobbin .Miva around through the by-ways. Are there any to be seen any more? Pfc Eiram Renots Ed note Right here in Holstein Roger M Jim Mc Loren L and Dobbm I in 1.1 me SEI U 1 ll , I 5 I lil Ili 13 il 'Pai-all Freshman initiation brought out many wild creations in costummg and accoutre ments. An impromptu concert took place downtown at the four corners Dorothy and Darlene were caught at the main entrance, hesitating to enter the portals of leammg . . . Joanne and Darlene were stopped for a candid camera shot downtown as Roger entered the background . . . Carstens in the front row of the Freshle group made a good feminine appearance. don't you think? Val Gene with the sax appeared terribly bored while Brosamle and Myrt enjoyed every minute of it . A trio Joyce LOIS and Lanore i posed for this one along with the green Chevie . . The camera here found Joanne looking toward Sunset Park, or can we prove she was looking However it was an Ida County Ford. S akin oi Pictures f""" Something good is in the making here during Miss Hellers Advanced Home Economics class. Directions on the board read, "Right oven, Alys" "Left oven, Darlene". Strange! and gadgets. Don t get shocked. Below Mrs. Christie directs the sixth grade in their do-re-mi's. LETTERS TO THE EDITOR PRELIMINARY Sirs: y No out-of-town game would be complete without the preliminary hand stamping by Miss Stoner at the front desk. Dick F. is here caught in the act of having his hand held. -M. Hatlen GOOD WORIC Sirs: I would like to have honorable mention. capitalized, and underneath it displayed the names of our two business managers. Their trek upon the streets of Holstein in search of advertising was amply rewarded. A1- though dusty and tired, after a day and a half of securing ads, they were indeed vic- torious. Our sales quotient reached desirable heights and their job was well done. Also honorable mention to the business establish- ments of Holstein, for they really came through. -Abraham Parsons Speaking ol Pictures A-12 f, ,i an Q Jolly good fellows, lacking ambition to do more than rest-Henry and Jack . . . A clever closeup of Anna, don't you think? We liked it . . . Auggie learned his technique back in 1942 and Meredith didn't appear to object. "What a Family" . . . Footless and fancy free-ready to enter into one of his nine topics of conversation CRayj y , , l L e il i 5 1 I ' X i J' vi 1 i. ' . in I ' .Q e h- "1 n I af I , we- f J 4 Y- ft. -:sins , - f y get My 4 gi 'im ' mi ,Q . . . Winer and summer and spring and fall. Four seasons from snow to the swimming pool and cars with A rations . . . 1945 found Henry in the Navy serving Uncle Sam. Good luck, Heinie . . . This relaxed picture of Ing and Donna was taken before they started work on the Prom . . . Herman and Butch all dressed up for school. :W QM t 'xl ihpskln f ' .. nb M ,,, , .IJ V :rw M' Tru 4 4 if -X fi , W' 'M A 3 ,f ,KAL geef -w Q W H is at v nfw i'F-'mv' LETTERS TO THE Speaking ol Pictures EDITOR Some of the faculty at ease Bonme Olson hurryxng by wxth arms loaded stops for a b1t of chatter Nearby Margaret Brown moves out from the buxldmg to let Patr1c1a Heller take her turn at holdmg up the brlck wall Cloudy and colder as Catherxne Chnstxe and Sadee Gray snuggle 1nto thexr furs before startmg home Kraax and Gerber are a good pa1r to fxmsh out any column Aren t they? Stoner and Hatlen f1nd tlme to come out for a snapshot but Mannmg sa1d The Show Must Go On TRIBUTE ll'S Just lxke to mentxon that I think the salute to Gladys W on page 18 IS very fxttmg and proper Would that more of the faxthful publlc servants were f6COgn1ZCd a bnt mstead of all the publxclty golng to crxmmals and movle stars John Doe Doomuch SI-IERLOCK HOLMES 1rs Dxd you know that AMCIICR has 1ts own femmme Sherlock Holmes r1ght here m our m1dst 1n Holstem? Yes you ve guessed nght Mlss Gray 1n person and I ll say she s good partlcularly on murder mysterxes Just ad dress her at Box X An Admxrer Answer No we d1dn t know that HUMAN BEINGS ag SIIS We lxked the human1zed pxctures of the faculty members found on page 42 Now we belleve there lS some truth ln the saylng I am what I am Lets have more snaps off duty' Judy Wreath S': 5 , l l , . . S' : v I - ' , V ' 1 0 1 - s 51' a S M 1 ar . . . . . , . . ' ' ' If ll , . W, Nl mr il i 10.5534 mkgfjixk 73 1 5 fiffg . --ga' Q' T A' -qpfj l mm- E CLASS OF 1916 Arp Edward Holstenn Hansen Leona fMrs Knngj Holstenn Jess Fred Rock Rapids Lemke Emma iMrs Lampl Holstenn. Schroeppel, Allegra lMrs Knngl Schaller Sneh Lenore lMrs Beachlerj Mnamisburg Ohm Thnelmann Hilda 1Mrs Fneselerl Fort Dodge Thode Lester Saskatchewan Canada Van Patten Franklnn Snoux Cnty Walters, Lloyd C Wnnterset CLASS OF 1917 Carstensen lNnna lMrs Youngj Omaha Heyde Albert North Platte, heb lxahl Albert Holstenn Klotz Fredernck Ames McGunre Hugh Holstenn Toedt Raymond Mnles Wnll Edna 1Mrs Woodruffj Correctnonvnlle Yule Harry Holstenn CLASS OF 1918 Arp Glenn Snoux Cnty Greve Ednth fMrs Woodsndej Hollywood Cal Hansen, Wnlbur deceased Klotz Walter Galva lohff Leonard Des Monnes Schuett, Alfred Holstenn Steffen, Robert Snoux Cnty CI ASS OF 1919 Bleasdell Edgar Rockwell Cnty Cooney, blanclne QMrs lxochj Holstenn Hansen Annetta lMrs Hnllyerj Carroll Hutton Ceorge Long Beach Cal Jess Edna lMrs Betsworthj Cedar Rapnds Mnchaelsen Fred Ida Grove Pneper Edna 1Mrs Roenrl Snoux Cn Rnce Vera 1Mrs Petersenl Omaha IN Cl ASS OF 1920 Bagenstos Pearl Fort Madnson Frntz Dolly lMrs Helkennl Holstenn Hueschen Elfneda lMrs Mnghelll Holstenn Johnson Jennne Qunmby D ll' Snndt Hnlda lMrs Bleasdelll Rockwell Cnty Steffen Geneva lMrs Barwnckb lherokee Thnelmann Dorothy 1Mrs Brancoj Holstenn Wnllnamson Mnldred lMrs Porter! Ames Wnnter, John Snlver Spnngs Md CLASS OF 1921 Bleasdell Vnola 1Mrs Luther! Sheldon. Hrechwald Mnnnne fMrs Huntj Councnl Bluffs Lrane Evelyn fMrs Stern! Storm Lake Eden Elnora lMrs Wnllj Holstenn Fortlnnnann Dorothea lMrs Lannungl Lleveland Ohno Hansen Frances 1Mrs Fosterj Cedar Rapnds Jess Margaret QMrs Chapmanl Cedar Rapnds Johnson, Ilenen fMrs Radkel Aurelna Johnson Ruby Snoux Cnty Kopplnn Bernetta QMrs McArthur! Hol ten Lamp Florence lMrs Kastnerl Holstenn langkammerer, Stephen San Bernardnno Ca McGunre Edward Chncago, Ill Meyer Arthur Holstenn Mnghell Alnce, deceased Mnghell, Margaret Sioux Cnty Neubauer Hulda lMrs Wnnkl Movnlle Schmndt Iuella CMrs Wulfl Holstenn Wnllnams Sndney Stockton Cal Cl ASS OF 1922 Bauer, Wnllnam Eagle Grove Cooley Frances lMrs Kochj deceased Eden Clarence Holstenn Faden Bertha fMrs Bleasdelh Holstenn Hansen, Edna 1Mrs Moser! Lester Hueschen Alnce1Mrs Fdenj Holstenn lnngkammerer Carl Wnlmnngton Del lette Laura lMrs LaRocqueJ lndnanapolns Ind Meyer Harry Holstenn Peterson Elwayne Holstenn Peterson, Gladys deceased Prnce Frances lMrs Gamble! Mnnneapolns Mnnn Wnllnamson Margaret Davenport CLASS 0F 1913 Agnew, Bernnce 1Mrs Jonesl Cherokee. Bauer, Lester San Mateo, Cal Crane Wendell, Holstenn Faden Alvena QMrs Hallj Huron, S Hass Edward Mnnneapolns Mnnn Hass John U S Armed Forces hnuth Herbert Holstenn Kuehnle Frances iMrs Whntel Florence Colo Iohff Fred Holstenn Lohtf John Des Monnes Mnghell Wunnfred 1Mrs Mathewsj Danvnlle Mnghell Yula lMrs Parkerj Henderson, Tex Palmer John Chncago Ill Prahl Bernadnne 1Mrs Wnllnamsb Stockton, Cal Rnce Salnna 4Mrs Van Hemertj Holstenn Schnppman Eduard Chncago lll Schoer Eugenna lMrs Coltonl Wells Nev Wan Patten Harrnet 1Mrs Churchnllj Galesburg Wnenert Raymen U S Armed Forces Wulf Lnllnan Holstenn CLASS OF 1924 Asmussen, Lucnlle iMrs Blennerj Snoux Cnty Bagenstos Ruby KMrs McC0yJ deceased Belson, Marlon Holstenn Brockman Evelyn lMrs Hansenl Houston, Tex Goettsch Annetta lMrs Thomsenj Holstenn Joslnn Hazel Holstein Kolb Earl Vancouver Wash Lnngle, Eacho deceased Lohll' Wnnona Holstenn McDermott Teresa Snoux Cnty Meyer Lydna lMrs Gehrtsj Holstenn Mnghell Helen 6Mrs Hoddel Colvnlle hVBSl1 Mnller Marne 1Mrs Woodyj Hollywood Lal Rambo Ednth Des Monnes Sorensen Josephnne Denver Colo Van Wnnkle Lorena iMrs Dodderj Los Angeles, Lal Vollmar Gerdalnne1Mrs Dnerksl Holstenn CLASS OF 1925 Barron Ednth Kalamazoo Mnch Bauer Mabel 1Mrs Ellerbnnschj Holstenn Belson, Adele 1Mrs Kolbj Berkeley Calnf Beyer Harriet lMrs Carstegsj Holstenn Geer Wayne los Angeles, Cal Hucschen I-lnlda1Mrs Hansenj Huron S D Kuchel Ervnn Chncago Ill Kuchel Myrna lMrs hnuthl Holstenn Lemburg Irene lMrs Kasterj Holstenn Mattlnn John Spencer Rnce Frank Pocahontas Schmndt Blondnna QMrs Knstenmaclnerl Holstenn Schroeder Alvnn Holstenn Snndt Melvnn Ida Grove Thede Hnlda lMrs Steenj Cleghorn Untnedt Arnold Alhambra Cal Wnll Clara QMrs Rohrl Anthon Wnll Mabel 1Mrs Ewoldtj Holstenn Wnllnams Vernon U S Armed Forces Wulf Maragret Holstenn CLASS OF 1926 Asrnussen Arnold Snoux Cnty Armnger Wnllnam Holstenn Belson Melnna 1Mrs Wennhoferj Washnngton D C Blenner Howard Snoux Cnty Bumann Bernetta Des Monnes Drews Asmus Mapleton Endrulat Harry Correctnonvnlle Encksen, Esther 1Mrs .lensenj Holstenn Galvnn Francns Holstenn Gnese Leora lMrs Latchawj Mnnneapolns Mnnn Haas, John deceased QWar Casualty Pearl Harborj Hartwell Loren Snoux Cnty Hass Gertrude lMrs Vogelaarl Des Monnes Hass Kathernne fMrs Wiesel Holstenn- Kaus Lurene1Mrs Stampj Holstenn Kopplnn Howard Holstenn Leonard Jesse U S Armed Forces McDermott, Francns U S Armed Forces Mears Edward Snoux Cnty Peterson Dorothy 1Mrs Anderson! Cedar Rapnds Rnce Elmer U S Armed Forces Rohlk Phnlnp Los Angeles, Cal Schlnnnz, Vonnta fMrs Stevensonl Snsseton S D Zeman Erwnn U S Armed Forces CLASS OF 1921 Bauer Harnet iMrs Stephensl Seattle Wash Baumann Leona QMrs Lorenzenj Battle Creek Conover Harold Holstenn Droegmnller, Harvey Holstem Gebers Bernette Holstenn Geer Dell Los Angeles Cal Hansen Helen QMrs Ludnngtonj Ralengh N C Hartwell Ralph Columbus Ohno Klotz Clayburn Arlnngton, S D , . . ig I . D. l 1 : 1 - 1 I -. ' , 3 . . . 1 -. I - ' , : ' . 1 5 - , , 1 - 7 1 - 1 - 1 1 , 3 ' . ,. - 2 - . - : - ' 1 - D I 1 1 ' , ' ' . : ' . 1 - I - ' , . : . 1 F ' 1 1 l - , 3 ' , . 1 0: - , ' . ' ' g . -5 - .1 1 l : '. 1 ' I 1 - Y 1 I . : . , . . ,, ' h , . Q , lll. ' ' ' , ' ' 1 3 . . . 1 ' ' . ' 1 " : ' . 1 - '. P 2 1 Z 4. - , g . . , . . . . . . . , . 1 - 1 - , . . , . , . 1 1 - - , , . , . 3 . . 1 l 1 : '. ' .: l ' . , 1 , l 1 1 : 1 - . ' ' , ' ' ' : 1 . ' .' : - ' 7 . ' . 1 '1 : ' - '. 5 ' . : ' ' - .' ' ' 5 . 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DeSoto, Mo Faden laura tMrs Lowry! Rose Mead Cal Gebers Irene lMrs Knstenmacher! Holstein toettsch Hazel Omaha lNeb Hansen Evelyn Schenectady IN Y Hueschen Otto Holstem hlema Ervnn deceased Klotz Evelyn Holstenn Kuchel John U S Armed Forces Lohtf Edna Chncago Ill McDermott Alnce Chncago Ill Sorensen WnUnam Holstenn Stratton Charlotte tMrs Ort! Omaha Neb Wnll George U S Armed Forces CLASS OF 1929 Bagenstos Arthur deceased Bochmann Beatrnce tMrs Zupp! Cherokee Ehrp Marjone QMrs Method! Los Angeles Cal Frntz Lawrence Schaller Galvnn Loretta tMrs Clnfton! Sheldon Ca Gosselnn Edna tMrs Roehlk! Los Angeles, Calnfornna Helkenn LaVnna tMrs Saueressng! Holstenn Krager Jeanette CMrs Welte! Danbury Kuchel Augut U S Armed Forces Kuhlmann Alnce tMrs Brefyfogle! Storm lake leonard Vlola tMrs Snnns! Holstenn McDermott Esther Chncago Ill Moeller Wnllnam U S Armed Forces Paulsen Arthur deceased Raukohl Verna tMrr Murphw! Snoux Cnty Rnce Geneva tMrs Burovs! Ida Grove Rnce Lons1Mrs Brown! Ida Grove Roehlk George Los Angeles Cal Rothfork Evelyn QMrs Jochnms! Holstenn Seglem Cladyce fMrs Schmndt! Snoux halls S D Snndt Ervnn U S Armed Forces Smdt Verona lMrs Ruppert! Ida Grove Soth Kathryn tMrs Wnsdom! Hattnesburg Mnss Stratton Robert Chncago Weede Gladys Holstenn CLASS OF 1930 Arp 'Norma tMrs Larson! Holstenn Bayer Wnllnam U S Armed Forces Butcher Clement Holstenn Clark Ruth fMrs Martnn! lxnngsley Conover Cathleen fMrs Janssen! Ida Grove Fellom Ellen lMrs Ott! Nelson Wns Flanagan Dorothy deceased Gauger Wnllnam Early Goettsch Elvnn Washnngton D C Goettsch Helen Wire Chnstensen! Benson, Munn Goettsch Laura Hollywood Calnf Groepper Erwnn U S Armed Forces Hansen Carlton Baltnmore Md Hansen Gertrude fMrs Krager! Ida Grove Jackes Annne tMrs lorenzen! Holstenn Kneslnng Clarence U S Armed Forces Kuchel Harry U S Armed Fnrces Leckband Cornnne lMrs Mnchaelsen! Holstenn Lemburg Martha QMrs Nnelsen! Battle Creek Lorenzen Clarence Holstenn Neubauer Glenn U S Armed Forces Paulsen Martha tMrs Hall! Knngsley Ruser Ronald Holstenn Schmndt Myra QMrs McNnchols! Burlnngton Schroeder Orvnlle Fort Klamath Oregon Schuldt Florence tMrs Sandme! Alta Snndt Dorothy tMrs Rogers! Ida Grove Sorensen Sidney Holstein Untnedt, Kenneth Alhambra, Cal Van Hemert Wnllnam U S Armed Forces Walker Ruth fMrs Bayer! Holstenn Werner Gordon deceased Wnckey, Wanda tMrs Johnson! Chncago, Ill Wnese Lloyd lda Grove Wnll Edmund Holstenn CLASS OF 1931 Bergman, Clara Holstem Brnckman, Verna tMrs Smdt! Boulder Colo Clausen Raymond Holstenn Conover Kenneth Holstenn Crane Opal tMrs Blackmer! Holstem Curtns Warren U S Armed Forces Ehrp Verdlne Merrnll Erncksen Emnly tMrs Curtns! Alexandrna Wa Erncksen Orulle Snoux Cnty Fell Berdelna tMrs Snmonsma! Beverly Hnlls Ca Frahm Irene tMrs Jensen! Holstenn I-rntz Mabel tMrs Schoeberl! Odebolt Galvnn Joe Holstenn Gauger Carlyle Sngourney Hueschen Herbert Holstenn Kaus Margorne tMrs Ing! Akron Ohno Leonard Elvnn Holstenn Mncheel Gordon Albuquerque lN M Mnller John U S Armed Forces helson Alberta Atlanta Ga Porterfneld Joyce tMrs Slnke! Los Angeles Cal Snndt Earle U S Armed Forces Sorensen Florence lMrs Schlnnnz! Quimby Soth Max U S Armed Forces Strncker Harold U S Armed Forces Voge Lola tMrs Schmidt! Columbus IN Watters Lu Vern Holstenn CLASS OF 1932 Borchert Dorothea tMrs McCubbnn! Holtseln Buckey Ben U S Armed Forces Bumann Bruno Cherokee Butcher Wnllns Holstenn Cannes Douglas horthwond Ewoldt Rozella fMrs Hanover! New York IN Fell, Marne Holstenn Hansen LaVonne tMrs Flnnt! Chicago Ill Hansen, Marvnn Snoux Cnty Helkenn Irene tMrs Leonard! Holstenn Ihms Helen tMrs Carlson! Cherokee Jackes Wnllnam U S Armed Forces Johnson Floran deceased Kuchel Evelyn tMrs Knertzner! Ida Grove Munz Ruby Oakland Cal Nnemener Margaret tMrs Ray! Ocheyedan Peterson Alfred Snoux Cnty Putnam James U S Armed Forces Rnce Arthur Holstenn Roehlk Harlan U S Armed Forces Snndt LuVerne Boulder Colo Watts Maunne tMrs Mncheel! Albuquerque N Wood Charles U S Armed Forces CLASS OF 1933 Bauer Burnelle Omaha Neb Bremer Erma tMrs lutchen! Galva Clausen Maxnne Holstenn Claussen Gertrude tMrs Du Vall! Lhncago Ehrp Gladys tblrs Wilson! Mnamn Fla Encherly Lnly tMrs Gellert! Holstenn Erncksen Vnrgnl U S Armed Forces Encksen Wnllnam U S Armed Forces Fanrchnld Robert U S Armed Forces Fel'l Phnllnp Holstenn Fnck Ruth tMrs Nnemener! San Marnno Cal Gellert Mabel tMrs Grothaus! Holstenn Gnese George St Paul Mnnn Goettsch Marjorne tMrs Johnson! lake Cnty Hamnl, Clayton U S Armed Forces Hass Dorothy tMrs Lowe! Snoux Cnty Helkenn Ruby QMrs knnkade! San Gabrnel Cal hahl Vernon U S Armed Forces Kneslnng Melvnn U S Armed Forces Kracht Bethany tMrs Smnth! Battle Creek Leonard Ceneva lMrs Voge! Galva Leonard Ransom U S Armed Forces Lohman Marvnn Ios Angeles Cal Matthens Fredernc U S Armed Forces Nncklas Robert U S Armed Forces Petersen Elnzabeth tMrs Burdnck! Snoux Cnty Porterfneld Jack U S Armed Forces Rothfork Marvel Glendale Cal Sacquety Mnrnam lMrs Meyer! Holstenn Snndt Marne CMrs Brnggs! Denver Colo Soellner Paulnne fMrs Sorensen! Holstenn Sorensen Erma tMrs Crell! Washta Stolley Zeta tMrs Noel! Worcester Mass Strncker Wanda Schleswng I , ' . : ' . , ' ' :I . . . . : I '- I , - : ' . , - I : - , : - . : - ' . : ' . I . : ' . ' , : - ' . I : . - I -I ' . : ' . . - ' : - p I - r I ' . ' 1 ' 9. ' ' ' . . S ' ' . I II- S - ' . ' : , . f - Z , 1 ' . - I - - - , ' : ' . I , 3 I - I , . g ' . I - ' - Z - ', : . . . . : . . : 5 ' - ' I ' - I I I II . I . I . I . I , I . I I. I . . I , . ' . ' : I ' . l . , I . , . ' ' 'I ' . , . . . . . . . : . . . ' ' . : ' - n I ' - V v I . - . : ' . . . . : ' - . I : . ' ' . ' ' - : . ' - , - : . . ' : ' . . . . ' : , . I ' . : , '. . . . 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Costa Mesa tal Fntz Gladys tMrs Schnffbauerl Holstenn Frntz Mnnnne lMrs Schmndt! Storm Lake Coettsch Dorothy lltlrs Krullj Holstenn Goettsch Mnldred 1Mrs leonardl Storm lake Hoeck Henrnetta Struble Jatho Phyllns tMrs Hansenl Snoux Cnty Joslnn Clarence U S Armed Forces Moeller Lester U S Armed Forces Ixewman Esther tMrs Hollnsl Webster Cnty Paulsen lorranne fMrs Moller! Knron Sorensen Merle U S Armed Forces Steffen Cene Burbank Cal Thnelmann Mnldred 1Mrs Luscombej Holste Cl ASS OF 1935 Albers Arnold U S Armed Forces Andresen Vnctor Holstenn Hauer I-yelyn 1Mrs Jochnmsb Holstenn Bayer, Alfred Omaha Nob 1 armer Delbert Marlon Clarl. Cathernne tMrs louthanj Santa Ana lu Clausen Maurnne Long Beach Cal Drews Mane lMrs Hass? Holstenn Encherly lester San Diego Cal Cale Robert L S Armed Forces Galvnn Vnncent U S Armed Forces Hronek James Des Monnes Kneslnng Dorothy lMrs Cnbbsl Snoux Cnty Lohff Clarence U S Armed Forces Nannnnga lxernnnt Portland Ore helson Norton U S Armed Forces Rathert Evelyn Holstenn Seglem Elna1Mrs Moellerl Holstenn Snndt Mnldred Denver Lolo Smnth Maxnne Holstenn Sorensen Erma tMrs Droegmnllerb Holstenn Stewart Marjorne tMrs Galvnnj Holstenn Stolley Donna U S Armed Forces Utesch, Iworma Beverly Hnlls CaL Warrender Alec U S Armed Forces Wnckey Wylma fMrs Puellj Holstenn CLASS OF 1936 Adams Velma lMrs Jorgensenj Los Angeles Calnt' Bayer, Martha Holstenn Bremer Harold U S Armed Forces Brunnng' Ann Washta Clark Homer Santa Momca, Cal Ilwoldt Blossom iMrs McCreaD Snoux Cnty Fnck Phyllns North Platte Neb Frntz, Myrtle tMrs Doakb Long Beach Cal Coettsch Wnlma lMrs Wnttkampj Snoux Cnty Groepper Norma tMrs I-Iansenl Holstenn Hansen Earl U S Armed Forces Jensen Kenneth U S Armed Forces Johnson June 1Mrs Lottrndgel Snoux Cnty lxahl Chester U S Armed Forces Ixordt Harrnet tMrs Mnchaelsen! Holstenn Leonard Mary fMrs Conover, Holstenn Lohafer Floyd U S Armed Forces McCullough Donnoyan Snoux Cnty Mever Irene tMrs Schroederj Waterloo OFurey Enleen Snoux Cnty Paulsen Edward Maywood Ill Peters Alzada lMrs Hartman! Galva Pnngrey George U S Armed Forces Porterfneld Dora Ruth U S Armed Forces Rnce Oscar U S Armed Forces Schmndt, Marcella fMrs Wehdej Humboldt Snndt Yernlonna twrs Alexanderl Denver Colo Sorensen Esther !Mrs Breyfozlej Prnmghar Sorensen Vera lMrs. Martell! Boston Mass Utesch Florence Beverly Hnlls, Cal CLASS OF 1937 Albers Alnce Holstenn Albers, Merlnn U S Armed Forces Andresen Ida Holstenn Carmer Carol lMrs lieersl Cedar Rapnds Conover Burroughs L S Armed Forces Frnednchsen, Pearl tMrs Henrnchsenl Cushnng Gaednclxe Ralph U S Armed Forces Godbersen Hnldegard Snoux Cnty hoettsch Ethel Holstenn Hansen Gordon Wayne, heb Hansen Lons Los Angeles, Cal Hermecke Lorranne tMrs Sellmanl Holstenn Jatho Donald U S Armed Forces Johnson, Marjorne Snoux Cnty Kahl Florence tMrs Holtzj Holstenn Leckband Wnlma QMrs Flannnganj Cherokee Leonard Lons tMrs Snnnsl Alta Lohff Willard U S Armed Forces McCrea, Rnchard U S Armed Forces Mnchaelsen Wayne U S Armed Forces Mohr Wendell U S Armed Forces Iwncklas Freddne U S Armed l'orces. Raabe Evelyn lMrs Lnmmermanj Holstenn Schroeder Esther IMrs Seversnkej Chncago Stamp Ervnn U S Armed Forces Sullnvan Duane Humboldt Thomsen Anna QMrs Snvertl Alta Von Dohren Kramer deceased Wehde Evelyn 1Mrs Bennettj Jes Monnes CLASS 0 F 1938 Carnes Dorns 1Mrs Erncksenj Bremerton Wash Clausen Lons U S Armed lorces Conoy er Samantha Holstc n Dutler Donald L S Armed Forces l'nck l-,arl L S Armed Forces Fntz Earl U S Armed Forces talvnn James L S Armed Forces halvnn John Holstenn loetlsch Harold U S Armed l'orces Hansen Lowell U S Armed Forces Hogrefe Vannta QMrs Foutsj Holstenn lhms Vnola tMrs Barryj Marcus lndorf Marne lMrs Schmndt! Holstenn Jackes Mnldred Holstenn Joslnn Gordon U S Armed Forces lxahl June U S Armed Forces lxuchel Arlene QMrs liartgenbushj Holstenn Leonard Maurnce U S Armed Forces Lohafer Walter U S Armed I-orces Lohff Raymond Holstenn Lohff Wnlfred U S Armed Forces McDermott Everett U S Armed l-orces Rohlk Ceraldnne Los Angeles Calnf Rothfork C-nlbert U S Armed Forces Schlecht Joe U S Armed lforces Smnth Marnon tMrs Butcherj Holstenn Sorensen Vcrnette 1Mrs Chavkaj Long Beach Calnf Stamp Wernon U S Armed l'orces Steffen Inrancnne fMrs Hetlundj Inglewood Cal Stnll Robert L S Armed Forces Wnernert Lloyd U S Armed Forces CLASS Ol' 1939 Bagcnstos Lloyd U S Armed Forces Bennnng Phyllss Arthur Brnckman Robert U S Armed Forces Chrnstenson Enleen lMrs Brenner! Mapleton Conover Cornelnus Holstenn Fell Francns Holstenn Gaednrke Harrnet tMrs Oglel Roscoe Cal Godbersen Cnlbert Sandstone Mmm C-rnes Elanne tMrs Armngerj San Antonno Texas Hamnl Harold U S Armed Forces Huegernch Donald U S Armed Forcm lxlotz Clnfton U S Armed Forces lxrager Mnldred tMrs Harnsenj Holstenn Lennbaugh Wyman U S Armed Forces Lemke Lloyd U S Armed Forces Lorenzen Marnan QMrs Von Doehrenj Holstenn Mncheel Wayna Chncago Ill Munz Ethel iMrs Puruckerj Galva Rohlk Frances Snoux Cnty Rothfork Harold U S Armed Forces Schmndt Wayne Deceased War Casualty Corsnca Schroeder Ruth tMrs Bochmannj Holstenn Sones James U S Armed Forces Sorensen Jame Holstenn Stolley Robert U S Armed Forces. Strncker Phyllns QMrs Hedbergj Schleswng Thorborg Mnldred QM!! 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Asprey Gene U S Armed Forces Hagenstos Merlm U S Armed l'orces Bauer, Melvln Holstem Brumng l'erne Washta Brunlng Laverne Holstem Buck Alfred Washta Chnstentson Donnabel Berkeley Cal Conover Claude Holstem Conover Opal Omaha heb Conover Tom U S Armed Forces Dau Raymond Holstem Dxttmer Arlene Holstem Drews Mildred Los Angeles Callf Endrulat, Florence 1Mr.s Thornhrllj Tacoma Wash Ewoldt, Elona Jean 1Mrs P0lltlff, Lounsmna Irxednchsen Loren Holstem Frledrxchsen Robert U S Armed Forces Coettsch Verdean U S Armed Forces Hansen Rodney U S Armed Forces Huegerlch Paul U S Armed Forces Jatho Elwayne Holstem lxahl Earl U S Armed Forces lxahl Shlrley Northfleld Mlnn Kelley Dale U S Armed Forces Iarson LaVeene U S Armed Forces Ieonard George Holstem Mlchaelsen Wendell U S Armed Forces Wxemexer Louls Holstem Olson Wendell U S Armed Forces Porterf eld Mary Beth Chicago Rohlk Everly U S Armed Forces Smlth Helen Alta Sorensen Donald U S Armed Forces Sorensen Mane Hanford Wash Steen Eldon U S Armed Forces Stollev Betty Chicago Thomsen Harold U S Armed Forces Vohs Wllbert U S Armed Forces Wehde Ray U S Armed Forces Wehde Roy U S Armed Forces WICSO Wlnola Holstem Wlttrock Robert Holstem CLASS OF 1942 Benning Gladys Arthur Blagof Laverne Hollywood Lal Clausen Fern Holstem Dx Mana Joe L S Armed Forces Drager James Wmslow Anzona Ellerbuscl' Iester L S Armed Forces Ewoldt Adallne lMrs Schuettj Holstem I:.vsoldt lots QMrs ludvlgsonj Holstem Gaedlcke Bessie 1Mrs Blssellj Los Angeles Cal Galvin Margaret Jane Omaha heb Gehrts Geraldme1Mrs Brunlngj Holstem Goettsch La Vonne Oakland, Calif Goettsch Robert U S Armed Forces Hammer Donald Holstem Helkenn Verdean Holstem Indorf Luverne U S Armed Forces Jackes, Robert U S Armed Forces lxahl Russell U S Armed Forces larson Sherman U S Armed Forces l emke Eumce Holstem Llll Louis Holstem Iorenzen Mmnle Ida Sioux City Mclsubbm Lols Sloux Clty Meyer Lorrame Holstem Rathert Harold U S Armed Forces Rlce Irene lMrs Maul Holdrege Neb Roehlk Lots QMrs Freesej Holstem Schllnz Lloyd Holstem Rohlk Wxmfred Los Angeles, Cal Vohs Burdell Holstem Stamp Darlene Holstem Steen Harold U S Armed Forces Steen Leshe L S Armed Forces Thomsen Mlldred Sioux Cnty Smdt Howard Holstem Whltehouse John U S Armed Forces CLASS OF 1843 Arp Nonne Holstem Bauer Glen Holstem Brechwald Shlrley Denver Colorado Brodersen Elayne Denver Colorado Buck Carol fMrs Larsonj Washta Llausen Glenn Holstem Lole June Holstem Dlttmer Lols Holstem Endrulat Edna Ferne 1Mrs Wiesel Holstem Fnednchsen Llrfford U S Armed borces Calvm Clare U S Armed Forces Gnes Jeanette Holstem Hansen Jacquelme U S Armed I-orces Lemke Dorothy Holstem Lenz Forrest Storm Lake lenz hatherlne Holstem Llll Lloyd U S Armed Forces Iorenzen Robert U S Armed Forces McGu1re Pat Holstem Mohr Robert Holstem Musselman Phyllls L S Armed Forces Phxlllps Donald U S Armed Forces Rice Harry Jr U S Armed Forces Schuett Florin tMrs Weaverj Long Beach Watters Robert U S Armed Forces Wlenert Lester U S Armed Forces Wlese Dorothy Cedar Falls Wllllams Wayne U S Armed Forces Wmk Helen Portland Oregon CLASS Ol' 1944 Bagenstos Dolores Mount Vernon I Bagenstos Robert U S Armed Forces Barghols Charlotte U S Armed Forces Branco Rlchard U S Armed Forces Buchholz Mary Holstem Larnes Clarkson Chicago lll Llausen Florence Holstem I lausen Roger Holstem Lonover Forrest Holstem Dau 'Vlyrtle 1Mrs Goettschj Holstem Endrulat Harry U S Armed Forces Ewoldt, Esther Mae Holstem lfell llla Mae Remsen loettsch Arlene Storm lake loettsch Darlene Storm Lake Hermecke Dons Holstem Hermecke Dorothy Holstem Husen Earl U S Armed I-orces lrwun Kathleen U S Armed Eorces hay Evelyn Holstem hrambeck Arlene Holstem Lelnbaugh Martha Sloux Cnty Lenz Jack U S Armed Forces Leonard Wxlllam Holstem Lorenzen Hugo US Armed Forces Martens Reynold Holstem McGu1re Mary Toledo Ohlo Moser hlleen Seattle Wash Petersen Frances Holstem Roehlk Donald L S Armed Forces Rohlk Dorothy Holstein Rohlk Lols Holstem Setehell Rolland U S Armed Forces Schubert, Arlene Holstem Schubert Dorothy Holstem Schuett Eugene U S Armed Forces Stonekmg Francis U S Armed Forces Wlese Evelyn Holstem Wltt .lack Holstem California D , . 5 . 5 . . ,. , 5 . . . , 5 . . . , : . . . 1 , 5 . 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D 1 1 D ' , 5 . . - 1 5 - '-Ph 'un 'u'u"u 'nn -PM 'H' DRUGS SODA OUR DEEPEST ""P""C'A"0N A Huegerzclv C9 Co TO ALL OUR FAITHFUL FRIENDS READI TO WEAR WIILI INERY GIFTS THE REXALL STORE PHONI' 769 STATIOIXERI KODAlxS .na-r -1. an H. ..'I.".- .-..r' .P .r .- OUR BEST II ISHPS TO THE LI ASS OF 191m Th Hansen 8z on ROUND OAR AND COPPER Ll XD RAN! ES PERPEL TION OII STON ES PHONE 111 HOI QTEIW IOWA HARDWARE HEATING PLUMBING ,' '-'-'-'-'IEE'-'n'-"-'-'JM'-'W-"M'-"u'n'-'u'-'-'-'L'-'-'u'u"u'u'u'-"-' -'-"-'-'-'u"-'-'-'-'- 'I' -3'-'u'-'-'-'-'In - -'-'-'-'- '-'-'-F-'-'--'-'-'-'- 'I '-'-'-'-'u'-'-'- '-' '-'-'-'-'-'-'u-'u'-'-'.-'- -'-'-'-'- '-'-'- 'I 'I K 'I 'I I 'I 'I 'I I I I .g . 'I :I I I I 'I 1 I ,L -- ll v- - v I 'I fl --- -i- I I g- . --A I- -'-- -- I 'I I 'I DRI GOODS I I I I I 'I I I' L 1 . I l LI as A in :E ll -,V , ?, ll I . 1, , ,,.?....i ', A I I .- I I I 4 7 - I E K I 'I ' .-. '.. '. '.'.-.'.-.- .- " ..- .- .- .-.-..'.-.-.-.-.-.-.-.".-.-.-.-.-..-..-.-.-.'.'.' 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I I, I I :, A I , I "-' -'-'m"- 'J'-'-'n"-F-"-'-'-'-'nl'-'-"q'-F-'-r' J'-F'-"-Fu' 1'-'-'-'J'-'-'-' -'-'-'u'-' OUR BEST WISHES TO THE CLASS OF 1945 E YOUR BEST MARKET FOR Poultry - Eggs - Cream E torm Km Chlcks and Poults Dltamash Poultrq Feeds Kozq Brooder Houses Mt-1kombPoultrq Equlpment Salsburq s Poultrq Remedles It It ls For Poultry We Have It Holstein Produce 8: Hatchery Phone No 2 Holstein, Iowa O . 1 . 1 1 1 1 I 1 I l I '."-'1'-"-'-'-"-'-"-'-'u'n'n'-'-'-'nr'-'-"-'-"-'-'u'-' u"i'u1'4'-'n'-"'-'-' Q'-'-'Q' -'m'-'-'-'g'E'n'n'u'u'h'i'-'M's'-'-'-'u'-'-'- -'n'i'u'h' 'EF-F-Fn"nHn'-'-Hn' -'M 'U'n'n' CUNGHATULATIUNS Heeh E MCGHIYQ In The Glass ni 1945 AUCTIONEER Golden Rule Stere 3 e GREEN S lmnlement Cemneny D A IR Y 5 Pasteurlzed Raw John Deere Goods MILK and czeeew 6fI 51 C L AND 5 E Z5 3 E PHONE 49 HOLSTEIN, IOWA " RE :E Groceries, Fresh Fruits and Vegetables -',',,I,'.I,,',,'.',I,-,'gg',pl,',',',,l.,',-,-,',',','.',',',',.'.'.F.'.'.'N.'.'. -'-'.'-'-'H'-"-"-'-'-'-'-"-"-'-"n' I 1'H'-'-'-'-'n"n'-'-Wu'-'u'-F-'-"-'-'W M 0 S E , E: :5 :' WML- I: 5 SALES AND SERVICE Q U A L 1 T Y E '- ll ' F I .g E J D D LUBRICANTS PH 54 PHONE 163 HOLSTEIN, IOWA I'.'J'H'-'-"-"-Hn'-'-'-'-'-"-'-'-'I' '- ' u"a'h'u'u'n'u'n n'U'u"n'i!u"u"u' MeetYuurFrlends SEEMANN s FORMERLY WI'l'l'S TAVERN yi' l 0NGRATl LATIONS to LLASQ OF 9 The Motor Inn Poultry, Cream and Eggs SEE US FOR Honeymead Feeds Hugh Quality Baby Chucks Ernest Vohs, PFOPTIQTOF PHONE 122 HOLSTEIN IOWA 'H' Hn"-f'H-'-'h'u'-Fu"'nF- E ' i 2 E 4 SE :- I: nf 1: :E - W H W " Q is E E I - ae 9 U1 is E . A Z N' 3 ' .' Q H. g. IE 1 U EI 5 " - C5 be ii 57 si Z' -'u'-'-'-'-'-'-'-'-'-'B'-'-Fa'-'-'-"-'-'-'s"b'u'u':'d'u'-'n'u'-'ln'-'-'nl'-'-Fu'-'-'J'-F-'.'- X , I,f ,J ? , GREETINGS CLASS OF 1945 Wlfh several of oooh Clooomofoo oh-oooh, lo the somoo goo should hovo o good Photograph taken oooh o record W111 be ohoolooo 1h goofs fo ooloo It 1S our deslre to please you, may We supply your needs? CHRISTENSON STUDIO HOLSTEIN IOWA u J 1 o 0 v 0 0 0 0 0 u Q 0 0 0 0 o n Q I I O O 7 Hn'-'-'-'-'J'-'-'-'-'-" -Fu'-'-"-'-'-'n' -'-" -"-'-'-'J'-H'-'li'-" ' - -'IFRS fTf? To The Class Employer You are askmg for hlgh wages for a young man wxth no experlence Arlo W Yes slr but you see nts much harder work to handle a Job you dont know anythmg about I Robert J My father always proposed a toast HOLSTEIN HIGH SCHOOL before he d1sc1pl1ned me jack L Thats funny' What was 1t'9 VVE EXTEND OUR Robert j Bottoms up Mmme W ld lrke a dollar dmner please B E S T w I S H E S Walter Yes slr on whlte or rye bread SIT? Darrell M My glrl frlend has run away wlth a man rn my car James ,I Good heavens' Not m your new carl Dale H Please tell me whats the matter wth my chxckens They go to roost apparently 'I H I L b C well The text mornlng l lllld one or more on O 0 then backs on the floor stlff combs pale and thel feet ln the a1r A P CLAUSEN Manager 'I August G Your chlckens are dead Holstem, Iowa Orvllle F Naw Me ter de drumstlck -Fu 1-H-PM '- -"J'l-I' J'H?l'l-l'l-l'J'l- 'II' 'nl' -'J' The llnuncll llak Stores lIllNGllATUlATl0NS our Fnend at Mealtlme -I-0 -I-he mass of FROM auer's HI Way Cafe Fresh Frutts Deqc-:tables and 'ce Cream Parlor i and Meats WE SERVE Sandwlches Ice Cream, Cold Drmks and Sundaes Complete Line of TW our MTW Flaws Of Dellclous Groceries E Home-Made Ice Cream -u-III- --n-I'-'I -In un- -u -u ., Q D Z l 4 ' , - 1 ' I! 1 A 1 .II I I ,, , lt I - II I . ' H I I . . . I ,, II . , , . Il ,,.. 5 . . .,. - :IE . H . Wham? :I ' wmgdm I I: .: 'A ' :I 'I 3 ' . 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Quallty Furnlture MODERATELY PRICED For All Home Needs And Home Comforts Ge ,!I9!""! ,f ED A HANSEN Quallty and Pnce Comparison Invlted Furmture HANSEN HULL FUNERAL HOME Phone 137 or 227 What A Woman Needs Up to the age of I4- good health and good parents from 14 to 40- good looks from 40 to 60Wpersonal1ty and from 60 on cash and Ladles Hrome journal The good old days When the prisoner not the sentence was suspended PROFESSIONAL COURTESY Once Hltler Goerlng and Goebbels found themselves trapped m the snakehouse at the Zoo Someone had to walk out through the snakes to summon help Goebbels volunteered and as he started for the door the snakes slnthered aslde makmg a path for hmm Hltler wmked understandlngly at Goermg and sald Professxonal courtesy SECRET VVEAPON The Germans have just devxsed a new tank second to none It IS the V 57 One man slts 1n sxde and the other 56 push Lcren D Bud could you spare a dimes Wayne D No but come along and I w11l buy your breakfast Loren D Baloney he et three breakfasts now trymg to get a dxme uFn"H' -Fi WJ'-Hn -F-H- WF- A H5Hf HIE' '-'-' -F-F-FH' C0ngrt1i'ulc1t1ons pkens HULSTEIN HATCHEHY :F BABY CHICKS-FROM AMERICAS FINEST to the BLOOD LINES Class of 1945 NUTRENA FEEDS-REMEDIES-SUPPLIES MASTER LIQUID HOG MEDICINE Gonaway 81. Stulley 'THE NYAL QUALITY STORE" HOLSTEIN IOWA -l'l.F-'EP-'ln"'uf'H'h :HH-' I I E , .g ' 5 1 1 II ' I' - .g A , I: - . . 5- ll- l -1 I . Q 2' :I 1 I - I . f , , -L M' I' . if 2- I Q -1 , s Q I: , , , ll ' Y.. ' V 4 . , . . I . -- I e Q s in fl 1: . . . ' I 5: ' . D . l D s 9 . I -. 5: . ,, lg 'Z ,, ' 'I .. , ll V- ' H , . E: .',',' ",','. ,' ','.' '.'.','.' ' ' '.'..'. '.'.' '- .I ,, , .'.'. .'.'..'-'-'-'ll .'-'.'-Pu'-'-' :'-"-'- 5: :- 9 :I A IE 2: 'I I 5: . I :5 El 'I Il , , , II :I X ' dH?fff Bcsi Wishe.S io the Graduates of 1945 YESTERDAY-F 25 y f Bo ' t bette' ef ds dB TODAY As th gh th years, thiod TOMORROW T gh th y I d dual f ltype lass Stanwav Hlth Bonme Acres Miss Umaha 13th '10 Bonme Acre C E CONOVER or ears the name o " nme Acres" has mean 1 Her or an erkshires. - rou e one ambition, on plan, one me . - o continue to improve throu . of carefull s t d in ivi s o commercia . 1 i M , 'la I I A A I . -, iff, fzy 3 1 ,.., , c.,, Qifig Le 0 gg S 99 I O HHJJ56A'-'-'-'-HL'nHn'-'-'-'-'-'-'-'J'-'-'-. 'Q'-'-'n"u"u'-"n'-'J'-'n"" "-'-"'."-"J 'u1"u"n"u"m."J'u' GUNGHATULATIUNS To The Glass oi 1945 -F- -Hflnh nf'1'i"- 'I-'L 'uI'I A blshop attended a banquet and a clumsy walter dropped a plate of hot soup ln hls lap The clergyman glanced around wxth a look of agony and exclalmed Wlll some layman please say somethmg ap proprlate Then there was the traveler who asked a nat1ve of a remote region ln the Ozarks lf he dldnt have trouble gettmg the necessxtles of llfe m that lnaccesslble spot Yes we do satd the mountameer and half the txme we do get lt It am t flt to drmk Flrst Recruxt I feel hke punchmg the sergeant ln the nose agam Second Recrult Agamg Flrst Recrult Yes I felt llke lt yesterday DEFINITION OF A KISS A kxss ns a pecuhar proposmon of no use to xt for nothlng the young man has to steal lt and the old man has to buy lf xt IS the babys rlght the lovers prnllege and the hypocrltes mask To a xoung girl lt means falth to a mar med w :mn hope and to an old mald charxty -.w.-. -. .n, 'N-I"H'1- Claus Beer Parlor eet Your Friends Here Over A Glass Of Beer" Soft Drmks Cigars Tobacco I . hone 131 Holstem, Ia '- -'n"-'-'-"n'lu'u'-'- -'-' 'n'-"-'-'-'B -'-'-'-'-' '-' -'-'-'-'H'-'-"-'-'-'-'-'-'-'-' '-"-"-'-'.'.'.".5 -'-' '-'-'u -'- -"-'-'-' I '-'.'.'.'. 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'.',,','.','.',',',' --l- - I ----n I-I--5 llll 1 -l.',".F-'- '-'l'l'-'l"l'n'-5 ll 9 I ll Il I I EI L'-'- 'C I I ' l , l -i-1-i-ll I I Il . . 5 :I ll 'C - I l SmitIy's Tavern Sorensen Preduee Q I' "HOME OF BLATZ BEER" "Sid" Sorensen Cash Burger Of TASTY SANDWICHES CIGARETFES AND SOFT DRINKS PIIOIIG 204 HOISICIH Id Phrllnrs 66 St t FIRESTONE TIRES AN Beast Te Beast e S T O R E EXIDE BATPERIE AUTOMOTIVE HARDWARE ELECTRICAL APPLIANCES MF ll Y Tank At CAC S HOUSE WARES 8z SPORTING GOODS R H HIXSON 'C E lllll lllll A -'-'-H-'-'-'-'nu'-'I ."-'-'-'-'-'-'-'-'-'L'-'-'-'Q'-'n'-'s E"' cc 99 ainnff if D e s , i our 9 as . E Ph 12 ' C C over I 1 9 55AHPfU5':F-l'U'U'hHuFu'-"-'-'-'-'-'-'L'-'-'n'u'-'.'-'-'HNF-'-'-'-"-'-'un"H'-'-'-'ll'-'-'-'VI'-'-'-'lFIHl'-'-'l'If'l'llHlF-'-':l'-'-'- .-r.n.n.'.r'r-'-.-r.r'rn.a- -.4-iq,-,H,v.,-u-r.-r.n TRUGKING Clarence Schuett SFE ME POR GRAVEL, WATER COAI HAULIING Call Ang Trme 'B'-Ph H-Fa 'LF Mrs G A Stegemann LOWE BROTHERS HIGH STANDARD PAINTS VARNISHES AND IMPERIAL WALL PAPER HOLSTEIN IOWA -'-'Q'-' !nHnH-'-'-I'H'-Hn'-'-F'H'1-'-'i'-'-'- Bob B Thats a good lookmg hat you are wearmg Raymond E Yes I bought lt fxve years ago had 1t cleaned three times changed lf twxce ln restaurant and rt s strll as good as new Lloyd A Well Chrrs congratulatlonsl l hear you rc gorng to settle down mrth Darsy Wayne C lNo not unt1l l settle up wlth Re Wlr Gerber Bob how far were you from the correct answer Bob I Only three seats slr Kenny Kleslmg on hrs glrl lrlends blrthday sent her a cheek lor a mrllron krsses as a present Hrs grrl lrlend a llttle annoyed at hrs thrlft sent ba lt 1 postcard Dear Ken Thanks for rt thrs mornmg Gllen L1 tWhen the embrace was oxert I be frank mth you You re not the trrst grrl I ever lrssed Grrl Frrend And lll be frank w1th you You haxe fr lot to learn 5-I'ln'ln"ln nyal Cleaners Old Clothes made new flew Clothes made Too 'Cleanrng and Pressrng Frt F n Phone 24 I' -'H'l-'l-"-'-F- '.n5nI5Fn' '-'-'J'-' " '-'- -'-'-'-'-'-'n'Y-'-'-'-'-'-'-'H'-'-'HF-" '-'l-'-'- d'L'.' :- '1 I' n 'I 'I s 'I I A I .. .1 'U I - I, o .- :S C. I I. CD 'Q w Il I . Il 4 Il f-J l , . . I' . 'Xl 5 ou 'I I: 1 V I I' ' I - A A ' -LF-'-1-'.'.'.'.'.r.'.'.-.'r.-J.'.'.'.'.'.'r.'.'.'..'.'.'.'.'u'.'.'.r'.r'.'.'-'J r.'.-.-.'.'.'u'.F.'-'.'-'-'-'w'.r'.'.'.'...'.' .'.'.".J'.'.'.'.. .'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.".'.".'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'." 1 P+ D- , 3' - 2 co ' . ' Q- . . N I 5, . 5: I ' I' : I f f-l ' ,J 4 . A ' , . :I I' f , 2, ra ' . . I: . . ' I -4 . 1 V 4 M . I. :I I I' U 3 ' U - . 3 f. I' 'I : . i ' : Z . ' . 'Q I t K ll I' E 92 ' 1 ' 1 ' I - 'N - I: I' , ' 'C - r 4 Q Il 7: 1' J 3- ' 9 I M I M :I - A ': V 0 , , , . I I: ' :P e a se 1 ' - . e UCL cl: L- - ' - , :- ,- I: 1 ,-I . ,, I ll ' I' D' I' 'I 1 G ' f ' . ' ': I - Q ' . -I 3 ' ' I' ' Z 3 I , I: sn , .I I N :s - - . ,Q , q I u A m . - : 5 ' Q' - . : ' 9: 5 Q - , .- ', I u'n'n'n'-'-'-"- - -"-'-"-'-'n'-'-"-'-".'u'u'u'-'-'n' ' -'-'-r?-'-'uFu'-'-'n '-'-'-'- ' I 5H Food Locker Service BUTCHERIIIG, PROCESSIUG, CURIIIG Standard Oil Products GREASING ..... WASHING Ray Bagenstos 8: Son ' The Trade Mark of Quality GRINDING MIXING GRAIN TWINE FEEDS COAL FENCING SEEDS BUY FELCO FEEDS Furrners Elevator Compang HOLSTEIM IOWA PHONE 79. -i .T 1 I Y? I ' I I 7 9 7 7 -1 3 7 7 ' 1l.il 9 9 ' "-'-'-'hHnF'U'-"-'-'-'un'-'-'nJ'H'-'-'-F-F-'-'-F-F-'-'-'H'H'!-'-'hHnH-F-'-'U'-1"-'-'-'-FF-"'ul'Y'u'-'-' MORNINGSIDE OIL COMPANY MOBILE GAS AND OIL Independent Jobbers for Hlgh Quality Goods We Speclalue In Car WaShlng Crea. mg, d Waxxng' Phone All Orders to STATION 92 A A HERVIECBE 1:31 IJ'-'ln' -'Uk' Meredxth W What warttme occupatlon are you pursumg H Alys C Well rlght now tts a second lreuten an NEXT WAR Joanne H Goodness Herman thls IS not our baby Thos lS the wrong carnage Herman L Shut up' It has new tlres Russ E What are the chances of my re covery doctor? Doctor One hundred percent Medocal records show that none out of every ten dle of the dlsease you have contracted Yours IS the tenth case Ive treated The others all dled You re bound to get well Statxstxcs are sta tlstxcs By Stander Look at that youngster he one wlth the cropped harr the clgarette and the trousers One can hardly tell of thats a boy or gxr By Stander Forgxxe me my good fellow I would never have been so outspoken lf I had known that you were her father War VC orker lm not lm her mother -'-F '."..-. FARM IMPLEMENTS DeSoto gl Plymouth TELEPHONE 38 HOLSTEIN IOWA See Us For Appllcatlon On Trucks n4n's'u'n'-Fu'u DUWNS 81. DIERSEN -f"uFJ'H' -F-H-' fd'-'15 Hybrld Seed Corn AllENJOSlIN SEEIJFARMS Holstein Iowa -'uf -' -'-'-'.'-'.' -'.'..'."-"-'- LH '. l .: " . ' ' ." 'I . .. . 'I Will' E .: " f - I y ' Y! . . . I: I " - ,I . . Q. . ' . 4 , . D . . , , Q' f an 5- ' :E - 2 " Q t , 'I 1' l." A EE War Worker: "lt's a girl. She's my daughter." 5 - t I 'K g ' . H . or 2: V ,, I - ' ,, . . I :: I 3 Q - 5 .-.-.-.-,-.-,-.,-,-.-.-.-.-.-.-.-. .-. -.- -.-.-.-.-.-.-.-.-.-----E: ------f --'-'-'- -'ff---'-'-'-'-'-'-'-'-'-'-'-' 5: :I E I I- 0 I ,...,,L.? I' 'I if I 5 66 ' ' ,Y I' I' '-'-'n'-'-'-"-'u'J'-'-'-"- 'nu'-"-'nl'-'-'-'-'-'-'u'-'II'-'-'-' -'-'-'-'-'.'-'-'-'H'-'-5-'-'-'-'-'n'u'h'fId!nFd'-'ff-'-' '-'-'-l'-'-F5Hn"l-'-'-'-"u'-'-F-'- CONGRATULATIONS TO THE CLASS OF 1945 ART MEYER,S DAIRY C. F. BESORE JR. Lawyer HOLSTEIN IOWA J W. SCHNECKLOTH P3lIltlIlg and Papermg' PHONE 9.3 CONGRATULATIONS TO THE CLASS OF 1940 CENTRAL TELEPHONE COMPANY ROY MICHAELSEN .I I CASE IMPLENIEN Ib REAL ESIATE Phone 14 Holstem Iowa W ALLEN S VARIETY 5c to S1 00 'Where Quahty Colmts Phone 73 IT PAYS TO LOOK WELL StopAt WES McCREA S BARBER SHOI JESSE H LEONARD Attorney Oftlce Second Floor Old Ho stem Savings Bank Bulldmg Phone 106 J'n'IJ'-Fnfi'-1'-J'H'J'u'-"-' -"1"-'I -'a'-F-'N-'H'-'-'u'..'n'.I'-'-F -'u'--'-2' -'-2 HOLSTEIN BAKERY NU-VI-TA ENRICHED BREAD Phone 17 HOLSTEIN on. Co. I- TEXACO PRODUCTS ': Wm. Madsen Owner. Phone 101 DIERKS GARAGE L HEVROLET SERVICE PHONE 201 HOFFMANN HARDWARE MAJOR APPLIANCES GIFT GOODS AND DISHES KING 8: BLEASDELL Insurance Bonds Real Estate Loans Flrst State Bank Bulldmg ROHLKS CASH AND CARRY GROCERY Home of Good Thmgs to Eat Qualzty Merchandzse GLADYS L WEEDE Flre Tornado and Automobxle Insurance Phone No 141 REST WELL Phone 323 E Perkms Prop Holstein Iowa '-J' II'n"u -HIP- '-I'iFIn'uf'-uv' 'N-"'-'L '-J' -H-II' 9 D1 W i 9 66 - - - 9 :I I 25 . I I: Q I V I: 1 x 1 F' 7 1 1 L , r v A I . I - '1' '- -1 -- 1 I , 'f 5 v 9 1 - I 'I s ' ,sy ', an ' vs 'I . 1: , . 'I 'I I 'I ss Y n 9 ' 9 I 9 .I 'I I Q ,: . 5' I I I I ' sc 2 . .I as "IOWA HOTEL" .. , . - I . . . ' . I: , o , 4 I . I I- ' S FI 4 '-'-'-"h'-'-"-'-'-'- '-' -'-"-'-' 'u'-'-"-'-'u'-' '..'-','- '-' -'-'-'-'-V-'-'u'-'- '-' f '-'-'-'-'-'-'-'J'-'u '-' -'-' " R S PORTERFIELD D V M HOLSTEIN IOWA PHONE 84 HOLSTEIN TURN VEREIN ORGANIZED 1886 HENRY LOHAFER MANAGER FRED C HAMIL Jeweler Skelgas Appliances SIMMONS BEAUTY SHOP Phone 232 It Pays To Look Well W P CRANE Physlclan and Surgeon Phone OfflCC and Resldence 55 Calls Answered Day and Nlght PAUL AND ALICES PLACE 'Ice Cream, Candy Soft Drmks BEER AND LUNCH STANDARD OIL PRODUCTS Standard Red Crown SuperfueIGaso1me Lubrlcatmg O1Is and Greases WM JACKES SR Phone 80 DR T ORTON CHIROPRACTOR all SCIENTIFIC MANIPULATION Flrst State Bank Bldg Phone 3 Wllson R I notlce that you ralse chxckens and hogs Do they pay better than corn or wheat? Robert B Nope but chnckens and hogs don t need hoeln Herman L There was a terrible crlme the hotel today Joanne H What happened'-9 Herman L A paper hanger hung a border joanne H It must have been a put up job O T T O B R I E S E Dealer In OLIW ER SALES AND SERVICE Holstem Iowa R P W H E A T L E Y Insurance Real Estate and Loans Resident of Holstem Slnce 1890 Phone 36 W F ZEMAN Dealer ln Mens and Boys Clothmg Furnlshmgs Shoes O A. LANGLAND Dentlst Offlce Holstem State Bank Bldg fSecond Floorj Phones Offxce 119 Res 247 SANITARY BARBER SHOP Wm Sorensen Prop LAUNDRY SERVICE Basket Leaves and Returns Tuesday and Frlday You ve Trxed the Rest Now Try the Best at the GREEN LANTERN CAFE Cngarettes Ice Cream Candy and Cigars 5F5Hf?'-'-'-"-'-TL1H'.--2f--- --.---- -----"-'n'--'L'-F . . H . . . U I ' , l I I '4 I 1 Il , , .. - A v .. , ' Y I, .. III ' ,I I 11 U . fl sv , 11 - n , . 7 . . 1 9 I VY N I I I 5 'I Il Y 'I I . . . ll ,Y . . . . h . . , , , n . 4 v - v ' 7 , ' 'I 'I as as I: . ' . . 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