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

 - Class of 1947

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.xi fx 1- .,'-fum x ,- ,.-, 4, , X -V , ., K ,,.,.:..-4 f f ,, -1 .,, ,n I VV , -sw, ,- ,. -1-Ar .f .' -g ,Jr-v . r- .JL -v ..,.. 4 -4 , , , ' , P .., .J- 7. or dfd FOREWORD -K is 14'MtQvif,m ',i:fgf??xElii91iQ . We, "The Moo" Staff of 1947, prouiily present "The Moo" 'to our fellow schoolmates and friends. For some of us it has been thirteen years. for the rest of us it has been four years filled with happiness and laughter. We hope this edition of "The Moo" will help you recall many pleasant memories in the years to come. 1 DQdiCd'l'iovi DEDICATION f To COACH RUSS KRAAI whose services to the school in directing our athletics have been of inestimable value, the Class of Ninteen Hundred and Forty-seven dedicate their "Moo", 2 Front row-left to right: Sterling Hansen, George XVhitel-muse. Betty Bagenstos, Elizabeth Obrecht, Joanne' Kolb, Phyllis Bochmann. La Vera Ehler. Second row-left to right: Anna Lembcke, James McGuire. Richard Friedrichsen, Roger Mighell, Loren Goettsch. Dorothea Daugaard. Betty Irwin. Editor in Chief Assistant - - Business Manager. - - Assistant Business Manager 'Art Staff - - 1 Photography - Proofreader - - Senior High Classes Editor Junior High and Grades Editor Sports Editor - - Typists - MOO STAFF 3 Betty Bagenstos Elizabeth Obrecht Richard Friedrichsen James McGuire George Whitehotise Sterling Hansen Joanne Kolb Betty Irwin Anna Lembcke Phyllis Bochmann - Roger Mighell Dorothea Daugaard LaVera Ehler Loren Goettsch Sclfxoo B04 rd Left to right: Fred Barghols. President: Gladys VJeede. Secretary: Vwfnlrcr Lorcnzcnc NN, P. Crane, M. D 2 Dr. O. A, Langlaridz Harland Hanson: Norman Wcilnnd, 4 -F3 LM I 'I' Left to Right: MARIE STONER-Principal--University of Iowa. Colorado Univer- sity,University of Minnesota: ARTHUR E. GERBER-Science and Mathematics- Iowa State Teachers College: MADELINE HATLEN-English-University of Iowa. Universityiof Minnesota, Northwestern University, Augustana College: RITA DON- AHEYCMCGUIRE-Commercial-University of Iowa: PATRICIA HELLER-Home Economics and Social Studies-University of Iowa: RUSSELL KRAAI-Coach and Social Science--Morningside College: MARY FRANCES GRAHAM-Vocal Music --Frances Shimer School for Girls, University of Nebraska School of Music, Eastman School of Music, University of California at Los Angeles, Private study with Robert Hood Bowers, Estelle Leibling, and Madame Schumann-Heink, HARLAND H, HAN- SON-Superintendent--B. A. Iowa State Teachers College, M. A. University of Iowa. 5 -lfacull Left to Right: ANNA PEARSON GEMMILL--Fourth-Iowa State Teachers Coll lege: SARAH JONES4-Fifth-Iowa State Teachers College, Colorado U., Buena Vista College: ELVA BARKER-Third--Iowa State Teachers College: MILDRED HARLAN .IATI-IO-Eighth--U. of Texas, B. S. in H. E., VIOLA A. MOHR- Sixth-Iowa State Teachers College. U. of Iowa: LOIS SCHMOLI. DOUGLASS-Seah ond-Nebraska State Teachers College, Iowa State Teachers College: MARIAN FAI-IAN -Kindergarten-Iowa State Teachers College, Iowa State College, Buena Vista College: PEARL KITCHEN -- Seventh - Morningside: JUNE COLE BREMER - First - Buena Vista College. 6 I S6 Yl'l cvs - k7?7""" . ' l f X 1 !NfX Q K , x :K K N4 I if 9 lk Y U if ae' -K l ""Jh' we ::: U as v 55, ::: ga 5 ss: f' X E55 lil ur! V' . :IE wx IEE , ff Sig 'Sli' Wx 5:5 5 I in 21: f aa f , ,V- SSE ---:ll 1, QQQQEE '-N ----X. -s. Ill .. z.. Pg' N--- A 'X - Q X -A ff-aww -Q---ff: Q Q "f...- -S-x ,, . , Sag :sg Q Q y-- ,, Y - - ,gi - ' 2 9 a 94 VV., Lj-,,- ff Q ff K Rf if """' - -.,N-,A---4f"",':A ' ' 1 I lv'-K!! RT X R Rf- X- 'XX--f K S , T Wifi' X1,, , w.R C 4 f Q X-E ...,., XX W T W LT S " .,,,,,-4.' ' T A - 'vi -1?'?-'4,,.. 4-' +V HMA- Q--' r be-'ii' Q N eff f -if X M---A f ' ' ' 5' V f- -' -XX Xt-X Lf! ,Z- L-,Q Q L 2'-1 - -X 4 .,- . ,"'f X .f-- . i -,Z -' - 2:-J-. .. -i Elizabeth Obretht, "Liz" "Some think the world. is made for fun and I'rolxc- and so do I!" Assistant Editor CMoo Staffll Band. l, 2. 3, 4: Mixed Chore us, l, , 3, 4: XVoodwind Quin- tet, l, 2, 1, 4: Pep Club. l, 2, 'Sp President. 4: Basketball. 2. 3. 4: Hilariry, l. 2, 3, 4, Roger Migheil, "Reg" "Who's the smartest boy in the School-and why am I?" Sports Editor CMoo Staffl: Band l, 2. 3 President. 4: Solo, l: Brass Sextette. 1: 2. 3, 4: Mixed Chorus. 1, 2, 'S President, 4: Boy's Quartet. l: Madrigal, 3, 4: Football, 2, 3. 4: Basketball, 2, 3: Hilarily. 3: Editor, 4: "I-lenpecked Henry", 1. Anna Lembcke, "Anna" "I will not commit nvtfsvlff' Senior Classes Editor lMoo Staffj: Band, Mnjorertc. 2,' 3: Mixed Chorus, l, 2, 3, 4: Pep Club, l. 2, 3, 4: Basketball. l. 2. 3. 4: Scc.-Treasurer. l: Hilnrity, 2, 3, 4. ' James McGuire, "Jim" "Ili-ar ye! Hear ye: the light ing Irishman." Assistant Business Manager lMoo Staffjz Mixed Chorus, 3: Football. l, 2, 3. 4: Basket- ball. 3. 4. 5: Vice-President. l: Hilarity. l, 2. Phyllis Bochmann, "Phyl" "A little learin is a dan erous ,sl 9 thing." Moo Staff: Band, 3: Pep Club, 3, 4:4 Basketball, 1, 2. 3. 4. 1 Henry Witt, "Minnie" "Built for comfort: not speed." Football. 1, 2, 3, 4: Basket- ball, 3, 4: Track, l, 2, 3, 4: President, 3: Vice-Pnesident. 4: Hilarity, 2. Betty Bagenstos, "Betty" "After basketball and horses- a man comes next." Editor CThe Mooj: Band. l, 2, 3, 4: Mixed Chorus. l, 2, 3, 4: Sextette, 4: Pep Club, 1, 2: Vice-President, 3: President, 4: Basketball, 1, 2, 3, 4: Hilarity, 1, 2, 3. 4: Mixed Chorus, 1, 2. 3, 4. Richard Friedrichsen, "Dick" "Blessed is he who invented sleep." Business Manager fMoo Staffl: Football. 1, 2, 3, 4: Basketball. 3. 4: Track, 2, 3, 4: Secretary Treasurer. 3. Betty Irwin, "Betty" "It's three o'cloch in the morning." Moo Staff: Band Majorette, 2. 3. 4: Mixed Chorus, 3, 4: Pep Club. 1. 3, 4: Basketball, 4: Hilarty. 4. Frederick Brickman, "Freddie" "Greater men than I haue lived -but I doubt it." Mixed Chorus, 1, Z, 3, 4: Boy's Quartet. 4: Football, 1. 2, 4: Basketball, l, 2, 4: Track, l, 2, 3, 4. ' Dorothea Daugaard, "Dorothea" "I yam what I yum: that's what I yum." Moo Staff. Mixed Chorus, 4: Pep Club, 3. 4: Basketball, 4: Hilarity, 4. Arlen Goettsch, "Arlen" "Never a dull moment." Basketball, 3. 1 LaVera Ehler, "Red" "I say what I think when I think it." Ida Grove. 1, 2, 3: Moo Staff, Mixed Chorus, 3, 4: Sextette. 3, 4: Pep Club. 3, 4: Basket- ball 4: Hilarity, 4: Cheer- leader. 3. Blaine Camarigg, "Blaine" "A man among women." Cushing. 1, 2. 3. Shirley Goettsch, "Shirley" "From a little spark, may burst a mighty flame." n Robert Frahm, "Bob" "1'll admit l'm not the only shiek in class." President, 2: Hilarity, 4. Joanne Kolb, "Joanne" "Life is but a day at most." Ida Grove. 1, 2: Moo Staff. Band Majorette, 4: Mixed Chorus. 4: Pep Club, 3. 4: Basketball, 4. Stanley Bagenstos, "Stan" "Ambition can creep as well as ' soar." Band, 1. Z:-Football, Z, 3. Marjie Endrulat, "Marjie" "A man's best friend." Correctionille. 1, 2, Basket- ball, 3, 4. Loren Goettsch, "Doc" Care sits lightly on his shoulders." Moo Staff, Track, 3, 4. Loretta Jensen, "Reddy" "Silence is golden, but it has no charms for me." Band, .l. 2. 3. 4: Pep Club. l. 3. 4: Cheerleader, 3: Basket- ball. I, 4. Vernon Helkenn, Vern" "Out to break the speed record?" - Band. 1. 2. 3. 4: Football. 3. ' 4: Track. 3, 4. Harry Petersen, "Harry" "Beware! I may do something sensational." Vice-President, 2. Sterling Hansen, "Sterling" "Are we men or are we mice?" Pep Club. 1, 2. 3, 4: .Cheer- leader, Z: Track. 3, 4. George Whitehouse, "Whitey'.' "Give me time and I'II get it done." Moo Staff. Mixed Chorus, l. 4: Football, 2, 3: Hilarity, 3. Rayman Grell, "Ray" 'Best things come in little packages." Cushing. 1. 3 1 l Leslie Dau, "Les" "Oh, dear . Life is so boring.' 1 Roger Sorensen, "Sorry" "Eat, Drink, and be Merry is my - molto." Band. l, 2. 3. 4: Football, 2, 3, 4. ' Class Colors: Dark Lavender and NVhite. Class Flower: White Rose. Class Motto: We have crossed the bay: the ocean lies before us. 10 In Memory DEAN BRANCO Betty Bagenstos ,..,..... Q- Stanley Bagcnstos ........ , Phyllis Bochmann ........ Leslie Dau ................... . Dorothea Daugaard ....... Blaine Camarigg .......... . Marjie Endrulat ........... . Dick Friedrichsen, ....... . Bob Frahm .................. Arlen Goettsch. ........,.. . Loren Goettsch.- Shirley Goettsch ........... Sterling Hansen ........., ,- Betty Irwin ................., Loretta Jensen. ....,......, Joanne Kolb ..... ......, Fred Brickman.- Anna Lembcke ............ , Jim McGuire. .... .......... . Roger Mighell ............,. , Elizabeth Obrecht. ....... , Harry Petersen ............ , Roger Sorensen. .......... - Henry Witt .... ............. George Whritehouse ...... . LaVera Ehler ............... , Raymon Grell ,......,...... Senior Prophecies Following Miss Donahey's footsteps., two sizes smaller. Ferry-pilot between Holstein and Sac City. Head of the China-American Nursing Organization. Raising champion hogs in Iowa. Improving Gregg's methods of transcription. In charge of milk on the Friedrichsen farm. Singing with Moeller's Accordian Band. Head of Wisconsin' dairy farms, Inc. Running a taxi service between Holstein and Cushing. Raising 175 bushel per acre corn. Running a stock truck in the Sioux City area. She'll find some lucky man! Head of the Singer Sewing Center. Sioux City Secretary. Power's Model. Helping the school kids along life's bumpy road. Setting Camel ads in Chicago windows. Running a horse ranch in Wyoming. Head of Johns-Hopkins Hospital. Assisting Goodyear in manufacturing of oversize tires. Stable boy on Anna's ranch-also in charge of dogs. Playing duets with Eddie Duchan. Going to the Blue Eagle with the "boys". Future Holstein Santa Claus. f Sitting and thinking up a practical use for the common lead pencil Manufacturing watches that run backwards. Our Cushing farmer. 12 Class History In the fall of 1935, sixteen pirates banded together at the Port of Kindergarten for the purpose of searching for the riches of Treasure Island. We set sail on the good ship H. H. S. EDUCATION with the buccaneer captain Sohrn guiding the ship. After we hoisted the sails, the ship stayed on an even keel and no trouble was experienced while crossing through Kindergarten Bay. When we were about to enter the First Sea, Miss Sohrn, our captain, was suddenly taken ill and had to be replaced with a new, captain, Miss Sadee Gray, who sailed with us through the hazards of learning to write. From here on we had smooth sailing until we reached Second Island, where we had a minor skirmish with the multiplication tables. We easily won this battle, however, and kept our goal in the sights, helped by Nita Glorfeld. ' Sailing among the Third and Fourth Island group, we were pounced upon by a very strong foe, geography, and defeat looked inevitable. But when we were'about to enter the Fifth Canal, we suddenly turned and overpowered our foe with our chief gunncrs, Manteuful and Steig, in full command of the battle. Passing through the Fifth Canal proved to be uneventful because of the expert navigation of Miss Edwards, the Canal pilot. While we were harbored in the Port of Sixth Grade, we were almost hemmed in by the English ships, who were firing subjects and verbs at us. Once we understood their tactics however, we easily slipped past them, with Miss Kitchen at the helm. We almost floundered upon the shoals of Jr. High, but Misses Boese, Chick, Johnson and Perry, our able leadsmen, kept us away from the treacherous reefs and we headed for deep water. Stopping to pick up new crew members, we strengthened our forces. by replacing the ones who had succombed during the foregoing skirmishes. The atoll where we were docked was named Freshman Island. It was here we learned our long journey was almost finished. With this thought in mind the days on the island passed very quickly. Just as we had hit the Sophomore Current at the tenth latitude, a southwester blew up and almost threw us onto the wrong course, but our new captain, Miss Stoner, after taking over at Freshman Isle, kept the ship well in hand, and we continued on our expedition. While passing through the Junior Straits, we stopped at a small island for supplies, and discovered that the natives were holding a celebration in honor of the ship, U. S. Seniors," Feeling that a good party would'raise our spirits, we pitched in and helped make the festival a huge success. Still cruising toward Treasure Island, We have finally sighted our goal. The treasure will be found after we land at Graduation Port and begin our search over the uncharted terrain. ' Of the sixteen pirates who started on the search-, only seven remain. They are: Elizabeth Obrecht, Phyllis Bochmann, James McQuire, George Whitehouse, Richard Friedrichsen, Roger Mighell, and Henry Witt. By Henry Witt Quartermaster 13 Senior Will Raymon Grell-I will my bass voice to Delaine Lemke. LaVera Ehler-I will my personality to Darlene Goettsch. George Whitehouse-I will my scientific mind to Normand Edwards. Henry Witt-I will my seat near the encyclopedia to Kenny Wulf. Roger Sorenson-I will my racing power to Frankie Sokolowski. Harry Petersen--I will my inferiority complex to Elwayne Maser. Elizabeth Obrecht-I will my puns to Dolores Michaelsen. Roger Mighell-I will my sports and musical ability-plus to Floyd Soseman. Jim McGuire-I will my love of cowboy music to Herbert Hunt. Anna Lembcke--I will my constitution to any strict constructionist who will abide by Amendment I. Joanne Kolb-I will my sense of humor to Doris Ewoldt. Loretta Jensen--I will my knowledge of men to Dorothy Friedrichsen. Betty Irwin-I will my box of Kleenex to Iris Edwards. Sterling Hansen--I will my cooking ability to Phyllis Bergmann. Shirley Goettsch--I will my giggle to Verlene Terry. Loren Goettsch--I will my red hair to Harry Bauer. Arlen Goettsch-I will my 6' 2" to Glenn Vohs. Bob Frahm-I will my ability to choose class mottos to next year's senior class Dick Friedrichsen-I will my sleeping time to Lornie Lorenzen. Blaine Camarigg-I will my corn picking ability to Dizzy Stamp. Dorothea Daugaard-I will my ability in shorthand to Gerane Camarigg. Lesie Dau-I will my car to Lauretta Dittmer. Phyllis Bochmann--I will my love for study to James Jurgensen. Stanley Bagenstos-I will my social poise to Bob Vollmar. Betty Bagenstos-I will the Pep Club feathers to the future Pep Club Pres. Fred Brickman-I will my ability to handle teachers to Norton Obrecht. Marjie Endrulat-I will my love of jazz to Joan Brodersen. 14 3' UYXKQYS , , ii , i N Q - ,, T Y g .4-, - F - -RF , ! ' -N - 1. X4 M -e ' Sw 'l A ir :ss - f fl Ri ' 'f iQ A f i 'rl' '- QTY- ' , K.. in 'A'4,x 4' -' A1 , Y "gg 1. 'fi ,,, - gr ,L 5 nx f 5 Q gif X- fx -N g " ,K - , ,Y -L:-it-.g4il.: 4. 2- - 3 -V 5' - I Q r' :VL 7-'kwin' P We X s '1 - ' f-gg?-if right .k1f':7f,1f -i,: if--QS 5- -Yi g R S. Q i X X 2 - -V -x... - ' .---fx- -'n-x"'f J .-E11 2,35 , i- f ' - H- --'Y ff-V 4 ' :- " ff- ul -:gi I -- - ,G-G -fri-, - ' - X -Q 1--? 'xgiiaisxm .-4- - V--gi -- x . '! 5- -,-vV- -3.7.x-' Anigl-:lx if 11 .TA-Y ' -5-:P -1 l. 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Left across: Robert Goettsch, Elwayne Maser, Audrey Breyfogle, Kenneth Wulf, Dolores Ruhser, Loren Lorenzen, Dale Huenecke. . .ii "1 , ag , I 3 rf' f e . ,gig ' it Lr3fgfgjj,gzm,Eg. iiielfizigfiiifif' A ' E ' .HQN ,A 1 V 4. 1 i YN' . .1 Robert Fritz. ....... Virgil Pfalzgraf ....... Harold Bauer ........... Iuniors Q --------Give Me My Boots and Saddle. After Hours. i I'm Coming Back to Say Goodbye. Delores Goettsch ....... ........ I 'm a Big Girl Now. l Robert Vollmar ........ Virgil Jensen .,..... - ......... ........ Herbert Hunt ,....... Doris Ewoldt. ...... - Dolores Lemke--- ....... ....... . Val Gene Moeller ........ ........ Dale Meyer ................. ........ Dolores Michaelsen .... ..... ....... . Arlene Gries. ............ Dorothy Arp ....... Verdean Bremer ....... Don Vollmar. ....... Verla Breyfogle. ....... James Langland ........................ Richard Brosamble ....... - ......., Harold Schubert ....... ........ Esther Scherner ........... ........ Strawberry Roan. To Each His Own. I'rn Gong to Buy a Paper Doll that I can Callmy Own My Gal in Calico. I Here Comes Heaven. You Two-Timed Me One Time Too Often. Cow-Cow Boogie. ' Jersey Bounce. j It's a Woman's Perogative to Change Her Mind. Pistol Packin' Mama. All By Myself in the Moonlight: Cocktails for Two. Go To Sleep Little Baby. K Drink to Me Only With Thine Eyes. Open the Door, Richard. California, Here I Come. Let's Sail to Dreamland. Lorna Meyer ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, ,,,,,,., A merica's Sweetheart. Mary Anne Hansohn ....,,.,,,.,,,,,. You Made Me Love You. Gordon Carstens ......... ,......., Z ip-a-dee-dOO-dah. Floyd Soseman. .....,.. ..,,,,,, T here's a Ford in Your Future. James J urgensen ....... Gerane Camarigg ........ ....... Robert Goettsch ....... Kenny Wulf ............ Delores Ruser ........... Loren Lorenzen. ....... Dale Huenecke ....................,,,,., Russell Stamp.. ,.... - Ev'rybody has a Laughing Place. ------TChlO6. Nights are Long on the Prairie. In the Still of the Night. Elwayne Maser. ........,.. ,....... Audrey Breyfogle ........ ......... s -Sooner or Later. I Want a Girl. I'll Get By. Why Does it Get So Late So Early. A Good Man is Hard to Find. Doomsday. X 17 FLOYD SOSEMAN REVEALS PRIVATE LIFE MV! IDY burn JUNIORS HOLD GAY PARTY The losers, in the junior maga- zine campaign treated the winners 'trv a party on Friday evening, Nov- ember 8. VJUNIORS ZOOM TO TOP OF LIST AS CONTEST CLOSES The Junior class magazine con- test between the Red and the Blues skyroclieted to 'a close this week MEET SAM, THE SUPER SALESMAN. ol' Have You Seen a Junior Lately. "H-ow would you like a subscrip- Sfricfly .following Mrs- MCGQHYQS 30 , 'iii a grand total of 3770.50 almost tion for a magazine?" If you, de rvlelof no cars allowed, the Wm' 905 more than was sold last year. reader, live within a radius of 2 ors started one treasure-punt, fol- G99 Q00 'epresents a commission of miles of Holstein high, chances loW1!1K clues placed in small white 6341. ,So400e6s. do .Which .win be put in the are you have been harangued envelopes. Most of the hunters ev' Q5 Q Q- Qi? vfeasury to be used for the claimed, "Oh, my aching feetlgi 004535 04,99 Vg piom. they Journeyed from one oo? as Q9 Q ex? uown to the other. Val G' as 'Ve' Q5 ,956 cfs' even found a clue usf 429099609 -253' 46? sure hunt for Rainbo Q,-irQe5,'2+ 94,s5xQo,5 mer. 0 59 -90 When both teams retumxgdvocozee' school house, a debate ensi. eo to which side was the winner. in- ally a number was selected and the side choosing the correct num- ber won the prize, a box of candy lal Gene-Moeller, captain of. the from morning till night withfhi battle cry. People in tliis vioinit have developed an inferiority Blue 'feamix reports that his side COP' in the last fourteen days. garnered S429.25. The losing team 23,5 Elder, cringe and snr' is to give a party for the winners. TAB CLUB HAS RE-ELECTION OF OFFICERS the sight of a junior. 0 O 6599 -111 are perhaps, wondering 69 6 -my this sudden rush in the mag.. vol' 'nie 'rob Club at their lasrmef 9 0 .440 nghad re-election of officer' eg? 9 new 'officers are Dolores . secret' and Lorna Meyeg . azine industry. Several weeks ag the Curtis Publishing Ccmpan sent a representative to the junior class to provide subscription orde' blanks and prizes for the mas blfs- t uW0:b6 Q30 5 9, ambitious salesman and a Sure While lunch was being prepared, 43 tp 00,5 . 6 Q, Qc 66, me sales talk Th ' . edtele a h. To lay 'ff 9 +0 fl' 0 f' '90 as J . .' e purpose behmd 1hBsr011PP1aY 1 21' P st E ld o 6 Qs .3 of of Q96 eq? oo 4,9 the sou... . is to provide the .run this game fhenayefrs mu 0 -of-135 0 Q. one J ,- sfo- 1 - . . , 0 , of 6. O o.,A,.or c ass with funds for the Jun Zziinis, naturally many enl0Yed the 42. Q, ioi7fgQyQ:9'k 6.156 655369 J,-'f2-feb 650 roqh C360 Senior prom and the Cm-ti . Q - - Ice cream bars and cake were og 5366.52 'QOQQQPCQQ QLSK-Z3 o?LQQbiQ604PfOQZ0gEAl1ng Co. wlthimoreu readers. served for lunch. some cake was 1 Q6 .Ln Q Q0 gr ,gi fb 0 QA QL ox O Qplass IS divided into tw Q '23, 0 0 0 ei c 1' Q i - . left over so it was pert' sable to 6, 1:35.26 'djs 4-one 9506 oz. 62606 Q 19006 eaaqgyained by Delores Mich come back for another Qisfe. Of Ofoo Q-"Q.'?QiQ? 43 QQ 6005, QQ0. 63, ciao, 0 0049, J. 631 Gene Moeller. The course, Herbert .saw to il 19 Q he 68 09 '-Z 019 Z Q I gf 3 Q' -page QAQ 95. oc? wo ox,..f0g,6 ag least sa1e's dollars ate some more of that 800-'L "e ea QQ, GQ 0460, 'fb 430 0 '35-'32 Q43 'if Q91 '30 "- for the Winnifl sumebody's mother made. Qi 'QQ'-Q5 do oo' 664, Q3 '22 152- Q 04, 91- 0: of Wlth the H1051 Sale' Q 0 6' 6 I 'fs J 421 6' 9 O' ef' Q. ' ' I 0 9 QQ 6, O 4, G Q 036 if-It 83 QI, feat incentive. Also the IUNIOBS DANCE T0 Q 'PLS .5 Qi- db! eq. 595 gb 0,5005 so of 'fs to his credit receives from somm n.Us srelrr .0 4,,ooQ55. ox, ,yi as eq, fc, 1,05-I CPC o new Philco tabletop 'nie first junior deiioe or the 1946 4' 'fb oe. foe '45, to, 'PQ if-G Jae to jo 60 63 model radio. .Q 1. s 0 . 47 season featured three hours of - 6403426 498 QQFQJ: G 09,5 115 ozone ov Therefore. weary citizens, con- sound film, with name bands furnf ishing entertainment for the danc- Qep fo 52, r to 3, Q, ir,.or'g QQ, ffqale yourself with the fact that 'L 60 Q " Og, 'ob '69, AQ? 6299? los- profits will be used to send ers. This film could be broker' Q og. '55, 46, 63,51 , 6 as io, fo, Q Cp 'aduating class of 1947 in 0 any place so the usual three QV' god! 601- 'foil 03,06 ftafoo 4906096 geo ego io, Viiljs'-P0r1d with a Vivd memolfy dance was possible. 9oQsfQb"b,55Q 095355 954, ,ob one 04559, 3565006 0 43? - QOQ colorful prom. After two girl's tag dances og, ,B-'O 0.335 . Q' as Q og. Q, 00623, os, 'Po,J'oo -fo failed to liven up the crowd. lvlod' Q9 'ff , Q0,,3fo 04533, Q6 04501, QSEJ' . JUN-Ions QRGANIZE Hanson directed a mixed dance, QQ. C' WE, 4595. 0 0 0 23 'eoocfoq sos c39"q,,J'0w BOOK GLUB which got the people into a dancing mood. About 10:30 refreshments of ice cream and cake were served and dancing was continues' too, 'mile the clean up committee r ok Q5 'tthe 9' Q , Wooden spoons and xg! o .4559 49, op sq Q' 1, Q' 45- Qooqg-6019, I QQ- 6,0 J' Q9 o A new TAB fTeen Age Book Q, 0 in . 1' 0 '58 e -6 '99 I 0 6 Q, oats, eo ,D at .9 tot, 05. or Q. Q56 Oo, bb Club has been organized in ' eb 5 0116 'QQ 0' Gif- 00 Q95 ' 'Q-bfi,-00.92 "'f.e junior English Class. The Q' o - a 0 J- '99 49 do ei - Q, - 4: JJ, 6 Q s se oo, boolis are pocket size, costing only 6,3 5. '99 4' 04 'Pos Q fb tg'-nty-five cents. 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Eloyis Bochmann, Delores Kistenmacher. Fifth row-left to right: Dean Ruser, Dean Vollmar, Elva Frahm, Elaine Leonard, Ardys Will, Lauretta Dittmer, Earl Wienert. erm 3 - . S i'- 2 i. ' , . ,V in y . f X Em' " i -f S' -I K , .,, ,,.. . ,ig ,, f . . ,, ,,,- . .gy -1.32. in R5 fe , 5122? Xe -A Lyle Schubert ....... - ......... ....... ........ . Ceclia McGuire ....... Betty Jensen ,....... Duane Zupp ........ Sophomores Sun of the Forest Chicken Every Sunday --------.Farewell to Arms Moon Out of Reach Walter Johnson ..... ,-,- ...... ..---QWasteland Verlean Terry ....... - ...,..... , ......... .Bachelor's Bounty Glenn Vohs ............ The Spy . Beverly Daugaard ,...,., ......... Wh ite Collar Girl Norton Obrechte-. ..... .... - --Forever Free Mary McArthur ......... ...... ......... C o ntrary Mary David Geske ........ --- E ........ ......... A Man f6r the Ages Alice Rex--... ....... Guarded Halo Robert Bergmann ...... - ......... ............ D eerslayer Billy Endrulatu-.. ..,.... .. ........ - ......... The Scamp Dorothy Friedrichsen ............. ........ F armer in 'the Dell Lenore Ewoldt ........... .. ........ ........, M alice Toward None Beverly Wiese ......... Byrdella Buell ......... Lyle Leinbaugh. ......... ........ Vonita Bumann ........ ........ Jack Breyfogle ......... Walter Strong ......... Alvin E Hammer ....... Eloyis Bochmann. .......... ........ Dolores Kistenmacher ........ ........ Dean Ruser ............... Dean Vollmar ......,.. Elva Frahm ,........ Elaine Leonard .,..... Aram Win ............ Lauretta Dittmer.. ..... - Earl Wienert ........ --------.Gone with the Wind Beauty for Sale Touchdown Good Times When a Man Marries Sun Up The Conquerer Mother ' Love Comes Last The Thin Man Devil and the Deep Blue Sea Hurricane Treasure Haunted Lady All Through the Night They Also Serve The Harvester W e Uses? 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UN reskmen If f i':i'?-Jgi- X, ' S N 'Ll Q XX . 4-it i ff' V l' "" :X 'S 5 3' - A- i"1"2f' Q ,Q --4 ff 1- - fi'-if Ji? if pi gi i L T, i--,'-:f5- 5 4 'g'TQT.- ,,-fffg -1- if 4 - . gnu-If , - V Y ' , I -.-- 1 fa I -1- ,i,, V -?g Y- -f V , : g rf., Y-lg - EEE. , H W. i.,., :--V "HQ" v , I v Y +R V w i I i x i Howard Vohs ....... Jeane Kolb ......... Lyle Munz ........... Freshmen Very handy when auto lights blink out. -------.Dependable Champion. Man-of-the-world appearance. Darlean Bremer ........ ........ A lways Milder, Raymond Saxen ......... .. Here is your chance of a lifetime, F1'anCiS Sokolowski ........ ........ T ough, but oh, so gentle. Buddy Wiese ............... ...,,,,, Ever-ready. ' Harlan Schlumbaum ....... ...,,,,, S ave the easy Way. Iris Edwards ............. ....... A 7 out of 10 people use Kleenex. Normand Edwards ...... ........ . Counting up for 1946. Try this tonight for morning freshness. Look sharp, feel sharp, be sharp. LaVaugh,n Lill---- ....... ' ...., --. Howard Dittmer ........ ........ Betty Bremer ......... ........ . Study at home. William Bielien ........ ........ . It's got to be good. Robert Hintz. ....... Joan Carnes ....... James Sindt ....... John Rochau ......... Darrell Dierson ........ - ............ Richard Bauer ...... Orville Miller ........ Harold Arp ........ Shirley Wiese ........ Louise Scherner ........ ........ Phyllis Bergmann ......... ........ Judy Bagenstos ......... ....... Duane Ruhser .... Delaine Lemke ...... Donna Jensen ........ Maxine Hansohn ........ ,,...... Dean Earnest ......... Sylvia Steen .......... Darlene Goettsch .... .... ........ Harold Dittmer ....... ........ Wendell Kastner ......, - No harsh bitterness. --------Get the one and only. Smooth take-off. Grown up with the country. It's the golden touch that means so much. You owe it to yourself to get the facts. I'm headed for Canada, how about you? You're in a class by yourself. Man of distinction. Why be irritated. .Easy to prepare. ,Here I am, the chore girl. .The large economy size. --------Easy does it. Smooth sailing through life, with a bright sunny smile If you can walk, you can dance. ,It's different and so thorough. ----------.No noise, no wear. .. ......... Soon to be released. .Guaranteed by good-housekeeping. .The highlight of twillight. 25, has green e 'ese. Sha gg ' r . ia dai cy? 'iii 6 Y93kYY1dVX 'Fo ills-52? YLE ' DAY..-1946 ST . k 'ngomihe iam cam? 3 22. we mergers... E of H, H. S-- 0 members 3?enSePiz':.1b:s..r.2::.......iw of. our initiated. e orted for in' The freitgqxginpfogerly awfegcqg - ' c - s Sggcgxirnderweaf fini ggigy oni0I1 1 .. rrmg 5 'ith carrot -3 had a har W Cklaces. The' b0y5, sticks and tie 'ding their b1'00m d and tigfxygxg the requiriglecanlolgbmng C d-boned .eggs W They were Sir high-healed Shoeiike girls who H0 'better Voiiifliieiteir fathers w0fk DEAN EABNEST BASKS IN SPOTLIGHT The spotlight swings to the west side of the room. and comes to rest upon Dean Earnest. A former Ida Grove student, he likes both Holstein and Ida Grove. Holstein because it has easy stud- ies and Ida Grove because their girls have personalities. Since Dean is a freshman this year, in the natural course of ev- ents he was initiated. He thought dwas just swell except for LETS REMovs 'ras cr.oc g Pie? standards are high HI: I-fi 1: set.'Her ambition is giveat. th Q gibition IS also to get roug one school d - 100gU'hng at the clock. ay W1th0ut' 0 is girly , li -I . at is sh Iii Where can I fmd her? e r name is Shirley W1 X c 'B o 95 gl ci sive A9 'Q . Q C. hh? 5943 fa 0 13. atv . ,Yes and dark w is o ip Pam She is five feet ' 4-Q?" 9a 'gd' Q lnchestll am',,.O-.40 her . a - Maybe you can? 'gag readlbl the library- She 'like P w iam ooks. Correction. she li V." W gi g A ed uclover C - i E EHQO erode along 1Have any 01 You esfer noucea, running. Best of all, he shoes' Sylvia and Orville maklfmg eqfstm ee sorneonP'?bglY1'5 sides each other? THEY do lt a p Yi? 'gvihen inetklxfxg FR time niifm? e5 so eilwxe ve dag L TXQXOQ' 6' to is nm' "WE SENIons Won' we 6 'Clie 0096 1, URN DANCE ann gee af :eb . ef? -as sea 11 in .age Friday cupid shot hi ibouq, bel pcrovl oi 5011620 mica tix d made us F1-Osh S bow,i 0850019 events aisagp avfi low, Wh0 Stand so CX, t al 5.5 KXXQ Love the Sen- 4 tracy were Ngo w And IOFS tower ab S OW th OVE fHa-Ha? Em OUI' Undmg love Tight e Fmsh reserve Wthg T0 sive this dan S0 then wi: ev may 'let Us .dm day. mean what We said that at the end th SPOTLIGHT ON SOKOLOWSKI A wellsknown newcomer -in the assembly -of Holstein High 'School is Francis Sokolowski, a character who is quite outspoken and a con- stant user of colorful CU language. This boy from the country takes .an active .part in football and he movgahow Dale could have plagfgd m - . th e Friday mght Without 'HO Wai- t . reek" most f 11. the books she has read, 0 a o If she isn't in th S b game. Bzslitiehdlng a basketball sport P e' ban IS her favorite ies robably She's,at the mov- starririgr gafgst bet is to find Qne or LiZibeth.Scot:.Cudd1esJ Sakan The crooner that to read fiction books sh , 'fl Q Qi Qi 'f ,Q rn 'Mia mi ht . e library, Shel gtg' 5 90 U10 wiv is U5 Zia' ff-its 8, 5? l sys? egg? 4 W-mf ..s Tar is that he has quitbe - 5 not Frankie, no ' Q N .AW Q ing useless and has tried to be azz not Perm' Como. She :JrE .QOQQQFQN little helpful. CHe said that! NSOOY Russell and her song mit- ,369 az' Sbrf' All great men must grow up an rem ner 01' hater". She likes La. is 599 59' , when Dean does he- plans to be achoie Welk sb orchestra and 'ok' 339 5' fi? them pa ce Rnd not mek fhsineer. . ce of M510 Prvgrams by be eq A' op Y, e . . ermg between .The A1 .3 fu ob. S. ShOwla and nA Date 63 .near accornplishrnen u Phylhs Uefgmann m H good ti ust have had L me after the Lutheran eaglle Ha11awe'en Party I d ft ose cheers every two NTERTA1 A A -t MEEC GIRLSE me to exp Cfllld receivecit Wednesdai Duane . A delicious aroma Th studiou afmry Went b all icy Star lnorning cite the aPPe'f1?eS of e ' 1 poise these ack fo his de' but he :mira nw. 'ren sir S Scholars on , "cs . - home BCOHOIBI taking begmflers akiast to be wH?-i. hopes to 'play basketball also. He studies electricity, English, science and math. H When asked what he likes best l in high school his answer is "girls" i .the true sentiments of many a. high school lad-. l Francis is a- nice looking, dark- haired, ,brovsm-ejyed, ,5 foot five freshman. That, plus his ease and personality will thrill many girls before his highschool days are OVBT. . Francis declares that he has .never experienced an embarras- sing moment. Well, that is what he STUDENTS srvny ELEc'r1uorrY One of the newer classes offered bre hav . 0 were prepafmg 8 men! mme served to three guest ieachefsi bk OUT Heidi as the? C035 for we ' n 0119 3 P ork re Yea ' av lbll- .. X eauy is grow My butflnmxifrgiy gets arolmil we HP iii somethin: and Som lg , LEYe?!?A1nfnnt.' W if ii V i V iliaggeqcllluriculurn is the electricity the iresris class is compulsoryfor high men boys, although our th school boys may take it if ey care to do SO- Eighteen stu- ,del'1f.S. 211 freshman -..A ,....,.,,11,,,-I Shirley j really sends Bananas ar h o e er favn fr ' 675' ev W ' "" - YOLUARNING-D gif? if 5 53 gi. Pbncil W 0 not 5' . A95 Vlng in hile M- Sharpen I-1 VJ S f1'0 ' minut She struction Iss H911 gf 5 "' In the bleachers. i es Ru d0esnft a S to the ass er is fu 14' .E-' 53- . N Ser tried Dprgcjate Emblyl freshmen havflsk. wha, . gs e 50633 mm n t TCS an 1310 rabies boasted mite? Pmgztu erase slgnmmey rafllxgenam mrs? 417 '41 . 15.31533 gasses vu 595 msleqsilig saw 'ha' ,QPU -Qbglfs fa Q 4, 5 .go gf '17 5 'V " 5 1: Th centerpiece qi . . ,to W IBO an 5' 'C 51 w i was Z grapefruit Wh ralsm iea thffiugh mfiow me Bitte teS'i3' S 3 5 bv 8' l d a cook's cap- The other ima ihgm d state in have '10 '5 -E' . A ests Misses we fyes sci- vi- . 1.fHiZ13it?SdiionQf feared .OP fines 0232 80 in naval Q 6 ii such delectable edibliilas crttgizti tests, reac gg ga U61 E M6 f Wheat, wa es" - cnc ' H' Pl 4-."' G Zlflzzmssusages, bacon, 'mast' grape PRESENTING P ogowlla iv 'qu Q fruit, baked apples and cocoa- BERGMAN HYLLIS fn YQQQYGE6 we cg Ah Mandi, fe, 5. c- Ei E. .P Week y again, fr cv W - N. '5 sch of school Oh anotqw :Egg 3 93' ool is more' . well h. .-+. N Q, o ui ., . fun ' 1- V .O 5 9- school Slshs Fr than Comm ana Q' Q5 fi " Bergman as eshman Phyufi 8 rg, 3QQ mil , She relaxes f e drive to schhm or the t At noon the 32 freshmen were herded down town -to scrub the main square and receive the last :anne winnings for the day. 5.-iQ"-44, eastern 2:-w'31'i'3'5,j, O94 gr serv are 1 : TVNXDY High u md : Cwvacles - W ' 1' l I Hi 15 H' 9 1 ' H N4g.u'T M ' -+.E ,,, Q 1 - Q W gm W li M V - 'ffiiv First row-left to right: EIGHTH GRADE Gene Ehler, Charles Schubert. Patsy Ellerbusch. Marcene Wilson, Ruth Klstenmacher, Doris Breyfogle,, Don Schneckloth, Wayne Kiesling. Roger Petersen. Second row-Iefr ro right: Mrs. Jatho. Verlyn Friedrichsen, Delane Schroeder, Joan Brodersen, Mary Walker. Robert Endrulat, Emmett Heyer, Shirley Pfalzgraf, Beverly Sager. Third row-left to right: Alvin Kay, Dean Groeesch. Joelle Lemke, Donna Faye Ewoldt. Evelyn Gebers, Billy Fahan, Vernon Bochmann. Absent: Donna Leckband. SEVENTH GRADE First row-left to right: Margaret Lembcke. Maxine Schroeder. Donna Lu Conover, Shirley Conover, Mary Ann Arp, Helen Second row-left to right Barbara Kahl, Richard Third row--left to right: Goettsch. Billy Schulz. Goettsch, Carol Schlumbaum, Shirley Goettsch. Don Porterfield, Mickey McDermott. Shirley Daugaard, Regina Bienlien. Hintz, Lawrence Schroeder. Miss Kitchen. Thomas Petersen, Billy Agnew, Calvin Leonard, Donald Ewoldt, Kenneth Lauren Kistenmacher. W . H , X SIXTH -GRADE ' First row-left to right: Dorothy XValker, Iona Ewolclt. Bonnie Breyfogle, Shirley Bergmann, Joan Schroeder, Carmon Petersen, Mary Derksen, Carole Kolb. Second row-left to right: Raymond Bergmann. Nancy Nelson, Loren Schuett, Marlene Schroeder. Norma Weiland, Dorcas Geske, Lyle Johnston. I Third row-left to right: Denton Wirkus, Harold Bochmann. Gary Gerber, James VVerner, Duane Ruser, Kenneth Obitz, Franklin Saxen, Bob Batho, Miss Viola Mohr. Absent: Lois Leckband, Donna Bauer, Mary Lou Schubert. FIFTH GRADE First row--left to right: Earl I-Ieilman. Betty Scott, Dorothy Conover. Patty Derksen, Kay Rice, Donna Green, Joyce Armiger, Shirley Michaelsen, Shirley Scott. Virgil Schuett. Second row--left to right: Donald Goettsch, Kenneth Walker, Janice Conover. Shirley Miller, Darlene Schuetr, Dennis Meier. Darrell Gebers. Daniel Branco, Melvin McCubbin, Marilyn Goettsch. Third row-left to right: Samuel King. Valgene Kiesling. Galen Galvin. Otto, I-Iueschen, Robert Bleasdell, Robert Martin, LaVere Pfalzgraf, Curtis Kistenmacher, Harlan Arp. Absent: Dorothy Irwin. l 1 FOURTH GRADE y First row'-Iefl to right: Nancy Janssen, Ardis Cipperley, Joyce Obitz, Verna Mae Leckband, Lois Schroeder, Dixie Freese, Marilyn Wagner, Loretta Wilson, Peggy Nelson, Wayne Nelson, Roger Schuett. Second row-left to right: Bonnie Lake, Dorothy Werner, Jerry J. Cole, Lavonne Schuett. Mary Ann Goettsch, Mary Jane Leonard, Shirley Scherner, Hiram Leonard, Gerald Langland, Willis Buell. Mrs. Gemmill. Third row--left to right: Bobby Lake, Paul Heyer, Harold Saxen, Eugene Bochmann, Robert Fritz, Robert Libke, Roland Fritz, Craig Vollmar. Gerald Breyfogle. 1 Absent: Jim 'Bleasdell, Bob Will, Jean Moser. N THIRD GRADE ' First row--left to right: Virginia Derksen, Clark Conover, Janice Meyer, Evelyn Whitehouse, Marilyn Stoneking, Nancy Michaelsen, Joan Cipperley, Carol Breyfogle, Wayne Saxon. Second row--left to right: Roger Jensen, Roger Clausen, Georgd Hueschen, Doris Bochmann, Francis Bienlien, Andra Lee Ewoldt, Deanna Goettsch. Donald Gerber, Elva Barker. . Absent : Kathleen Lane. 4 31 SECOND GRADE A First row-left to right: John Derksen, Verla Jean Frahm, Barbara Kaus, Joyce Scott, Danny Sorensen, James Breyfogle, Janith Williams, Lillian Saxen, Sandra Madsen, Marvel Loof. Second row-left to right: Ruth Bergmann, Mary A. Jensen. Margene Goettsch, Julie Leonard,'Betty Lou Timmerman, Richard Bagenstos. Curtis Conover, Ronald Meier. Third row-left to right: Mrs. Douglass. Harold Butcher, Rodson Ellerbusch. Larry Leinbaugh, Roger Goettsch, Richard Lorenzen, Gene Allen Will, Larry Bergmann. Absent: Barbara lrwin, Billy Ehlers, Roger Hintz. , FIRST GRADE First row-left to right: Eunice Bochmann, Shirley Timmerman. William Armiger, Wendell Conover. Reta Scott, James Derksen, Dennis Hueschen, LaRae Meyer. Carolyn Goettsch. Second row-left to right: Marjorie Schubert. Luella Schuett, Karen Ann Barghols, Larry Schumacher, Loretta Ehlers, Judith Hansen, Karen Butcher. Myrna Neimeier, Mrs. Bremer. Absent: Steven Janssen. Joyce Brandt. John Leckband, Billy Conway, Mary Bumann. Lawrence Timmerman. KINDERGARTEN First row-Ieft to right: Dorothy Hogrefe, Elieen Frahm, Mary Ladewig, Mary Knuth, Joelle Jochims. Saundra Wagner, Camilla Hanson, Bonnie Christiansen. Elaine Kaus. Second row-left to right: Charles Putenson, DeLaine Fritz. Bruce Schmidt, Beverly Jorsl Janice Freze. Robert Kraai, Dean Gerber. Harvey Lane. Nordyne Vickery. Third row-left to right: Donald Butcher, Rodney Madsen, William Meyer, Gary',Schuett, Donald Clausen, Warren Nelson, Dean Breyfogle, Loren Bergmann, Mrs. Fahan. I L'H1le'Yics ...f -V- I HQ? I ,, A? I 4 Ar-Nsxg-1 -"' I HN lfl 'L"f,f.j.-P'-Q,,"'f7-T-"W M32 - - We gg X- Q2 - A 1 L .X ff A fi " M- .J 2...-.d....,S-,, '!,,,3-'T - -. J .y x h Q-gl I 5 if l,, , i l . 4 f W ' 'T Ko 0 x fl: ..-'--..i r I . f - , ' , X ' X w D if 'Q . O N--' ,fflff ikoxf--V , ,ff . '1XNW ..-. LTK W f I TJQQ. 'li' lf-MQ X iff il' M- 1:1 Kiilx 'f ff 7 Q5 X in l? -f- LMjg , ,. ,, GMC + A M- x my ,ffq p1x'eS Trophies which the Class of '47 helped to win during their high school career: BASKETBALL Girls Sectional Touruney - Girls District Tourney - - Girls Sectional Tourney - - Girls Ida County Tourney Champs - Girls Ida County Tourney Champs - Girls Maple Valley Tourney Runner-up Boys Maple Valley Tourney Champs Boys Sectional Tourney - - Boys Maple Valley Tourney Champs Boys Ida County Tourney Runner-up Boys Sectional Tourney - - 1944 1944 1946 1946 1947 1947 1944 1944 1946 1947 1947 FOOTBALL Maple Valley Championship Maple Valley Championship Maple Valley Championship TRACK Maple Valley Track Meet' Medlay Relay Holstein Relays Sac Relays-Mile Relay Meet-880 Relays - Maple Valley Meet - CClass BD 1943 1946 1947 1944 1945 1945 1945 1945 40+ bd 'Fdcllns First row: Coach R. Kraai, L. Lorenzen, J. Langland, B. Vollmar, H. Hunt. J. McGuire, H. Witt, K. Wulf. D. Vollmar, R. Sorensen, R. Friedrichsen. Second row: M. Wiese, V. Pfalzgraf, L. Leinhaugh, W. Strong. R. Mighell, V. Helkenn. F. Brickman. R. Goettsch. D. Meyer, V. Jensen. N. Obrecht, W. Endrulat. Third row: H. Vohs, G. Vohs, F. Sokolowski. D. Lemke, W. Kastner, H. Schlumbaum, A. Hammer. V. Bremer, J. Rochau. L. Schubert. D. Vollmar, D. Huenecke, R. Saxen, Manager-David Geske. Fourth row: J. Breyfogle, N. Edwards. R. Stamp, E. Weinert. W. Bienlien, R. Brosamle. D. Diersen, E. Maser. F. Soseman. L. Munz. FOOTBALL SCHEDULE Date We Opponent They Sept. 13 5 9 Wall Lake 0 Sept. 2 0 0 Cherokee 3 9 Sept. 2 7 3 8 Moville 0 Oct. 4 1'9 Ida Grove 1 3 Oct. 10 0 Onawa 0 Oct. 1 8 44 Alfa 0 Oct. 25 3 2 C'ville 0 Nov. I 2 7 Kingsley 1 2 Nov. 15 7 Odebolt 6 TOTALS 226 70 Winner of Maple Valley Conference. VIRGIL JENSEN: Junior . . . quarterback . . . Virg steered the team to many touchdowns . . . Opposition found it hard to tell where the ball was going because of his handling . . . Is an accurate and deceptive passer. HEBERT HUNT: Junior . . . tackle . . . Three year letter winner. Has size, speed, and determination . . . Tackles low and hard . . . Plays defensive fullback. DALE MEYER: Junior . . . Left halfback . . . First year out, first letter . . . Ideal line bucker . . . Many plays built around his speed and ability to cut . . . Specialized in intercepting passes. RICHARD FRIEDRICHSEN: Senior . . . end . . . Three numerals . . . His ability to catch a pass although covered by the defense brought him renown throughout this territory . . . Received honorable mention on Jack North's All State Team. I LYLE LEINBAUGH: Soph fullback . . . First Holstein letter . . . Lyle could do anything a coach could demand of one man . . . Scored repeatedly . . . Always could be depended upon to get those necessary yards. Honorable mention Jack North. N JAMES MCGUIRE: Senior . . . guard . . . Three sym- bols . . . Irish fighter . . . Outstanding on defense . . . Hard man to shake off once he gets his hands on you . . . Jim also was hampered by injuries sustained this season. LOREN LORENZEN: Junior . . . end . . . Two year letter winner . . . Has great ability to snag a pass and hang on to it . . . A hard charger . . . Honorable mention on Jack North's State Team. VERNON HELKENN: Senior . ,. . end . . . Two H's . . . Good defensive player . . . Hard man for offense to get down. Uses hands like hammers. HENRY CMINNIEJ WITT: Senior . . . center . . . Four year letter winner . . . Versatile man of the team . . . Could do anything he tried and do it well . . . Whenever a man was needed for an important position, Minnie could be depended upon to turn in outstanding performance . . . Received Honorable mention in Jack North's All State Selections and Iowa Press Association and also on Bill Tye's Northwestern Conference Team. NORTON OBRECHT: Sophomore . . . Two H's . . . The southpaw passer of the team . . . Hampered by injuries in auto accident . . . Accurate thrower . . . good deception. KENNETH WULF: Junior . . . guard . . . First year letter winner . . . Can break through and mess up plays. Shows up well when going gets tough as at Onawa. FREDRICK BRICKMAN: Senior . . . end . . . Back after two years in the Navy . . . Turned in numerous good performances despite pre-season injuries. gr. . ' A ' ia Pir'g'i'6S First row: Norton Obrecht. Don Vollmar, Henry Witt, Lyle -Leinbaugh, Loren Lorenzen, Richard Friedrichsen. Dale Meyer, Walter Strong. Second row: Delaine Lemke, Normand Edwards, Lyle Mlmz. Dean Ruser, Orville Miller, Herbert Hunt, James McGuire, Robert Vollmar. Third row: David Geske, Dean Vollmar, Harlan Schlumbaum, Floyd Soseman, William Bienlien, Verdean Bremer. Lyle Schubert, Marvin Wiese. Fourth row: Wendell Kastner. Jack Breyfogle, Earl Weinert, Elwayne Maser, Darrel Diersen, Walter Johnson. Gordon Carstcns, James Lang- land, Dale Huenecke. Date Dec. Dec. Dec. Dec. Dec. Dec. Jan. Jan. Jan. Jan. Feb. Feb. Feb. Feb. BASKETBALL SCHEDULE Opponents, They Quimby 2 1 Anthon 2 4 Galva 2 2 Correctionville 3 3 Anthon 2 6 Odebolt 3 O Danbury 4 1 Quimby 3 2 Galva 40 Kingsley Z 0 Danbury 3 l Odebolt 3 3 Correctionville 2 9 Battle Creek 40 MAPLE VALLEY TOURNAMENT Jan. 15 23 Galva 27 IDA COUNTY TOURNAMENT Feb. 1 45 Battle Creek 23 Feb. 20 29 Galva 31 y SECTIONAL TOURNAMENT Feb. 28 3 7 Storm Lake 31 DISTRICT TOURNAMENT , Mar. 6 20 Le Mars-St. Joe 30 TOTALS 646 564 Second in Maple Valley Conference. 47 V ve Top Row: Dale Meyer-Junior. Guard. Dale's well-controlled dribbling caught the eyes of all spectators. His speed, to netted him many points. His third letter. Richard Friedrichsen-Senior. Forward. Dick was high point man on the team. He received much recognition shooting from far out in the court. Scored 33 points in last home game. His second H. ' Loren Lorenzen--Junior. Center. Lornie is a rebound and tip-in specialist. Added many points to the Hols men., His third H. Lyle Leinbaugh-Sophomore. Forward. Lyle moved from Moville and got his first taste of competitive bas gressive. clean sportsman. His first letter. - Bottom Row: Norton Obrecht--Sophomore. Forward. Norty is a dangerous man because of his adeptness to break up op smooth, steady player. Two letters. Don Vollmar-Junior. Guard. Donnie is good at deception. Shows his ability to pass quickly and accura Don's first numeral. Henry Witt-Senior. Guard. Minnie was a hard man for a forward to fake out of position. Long shot shark. Walter Strong-Sophomore. Forward. Walt makes it hot for guards on defense. He is always fighting, no va nfl gether with a good basket range. for his cool head and accurate tein score. Outjumped many taller ketball. He showed up, as an ag- position scoring plays. He is a tely. Highest free throw average. Second letter. matter what the score. First H. M6 Pivafezlz +655 First row-left to right: Jeane Kolb, Marjie Endrulat, Esther Scherner, Phyllis Bochmann. Betty Bagenstos, Dorothy Friedriehsen, Delores Goettsch, Lorna Meyer, Anna Lembcke, Dolores Michaelsen. Second row-left to right: Elaine Leonard. Arlene Gries, Ardyce Wi'll, .Ioan Brodersen, Betty Irwin, Joanne Kolb, Maxine Hansohn, Mary McArthur, Dorothea Daugaard, LaVaughn Lill, Elizabeth Obrecht. Third row-left to right: Shirley Wiese. Vonita Bumann, Beverly Wiese, Loretta Jensen, Joan Carnes, Louise Scherner. LaVera Ehler, Betty Bremer, Iris Edwards. Fourth row-left to right: Maxine Schroeder, Betty Jensen, Joelle Lemke, Doris Breyfogle, Mary Walter, Celia McGuire, Patsy Ellerbusch, Eloyis Bochmann. Date Dec. Dec. Dec. Dec. Dec. Dec. Jan. J an. Jan. J an. Feb. SCHEDULE We Opponents They 41 Quimby 28 24 Anthon 14 28 Galva 19 42 Correctionville 40 2 6 Anthon 13 - 23 Odebolt l 6 2 6 X Galva 34 1 9 Meriden 2 5 4 7 Quimby 2 7 28 Meriden 44 26 Odebolt A 7 MAPLE VALLEY TOURNAMENT Jan. I5 30 Odebolt 25 J an. 1 6 2 8 Galva 42 IDA COUNTY TOURNAMENT Jan. 31 35 Arthur 24 Feb. 20 3 7 Galva 3 6 SECTIONAL TOURNAMENT Feb. 5 54 Cushing 16 Feb. 10 47 Correctionville 49 Feb. 1 1 28 Quimby 29 . TOTALS 5 8 9 48 8 Second in Maple Valley Conference. L05 B61-j LOMA 'Wie PHY INDIVIDUAL SUMMARY Top Row: Betty Bagenstos-Senior post guard and four-year letter winner. Beginning on the team who traveled to the state in 1943, Betty has played with the Holstein defense ever since and will be difficult to replace. Lorna Meyer-Junior forward and a one-year letter man. Lorna just began basketball this year and did a fine job, in spite of that ankle sprain in mid-season, by running up a total of 94 points on the record. Dolores Michaelsen-Junior forward. Mike won her third letter this year with a total of 217 points from 77 field goals and 63 free throws. Her free throw average hit 38.4 percent by the season's finish. Phyllis Bochmann-Four year letter winner and Senior guard. Phyllis is especially noted for intercepting of opponent's passes and will be greatly missed in the back court. N Bottom Row: Esther Scherner-One-year letter winner. As a Junior guard. Esther did a fine job holding the opponent's offense. Esther shows promise of developing into first string material by next season. Jeane Kolb--Freshman forward and one-year letter man. Jeane collected a total of 14 points during the year and shows great promise for .a future basketball champ. Anna Lembcke--Senior guard. Anna also accompanied the 1943 ball club to the state tourney and will be greatly missed at guard position as a four year letter winner. Dorothy Friedrichsen-Sophomore post forward and two-year letter man. Dorothy was high point for this season with 237 scored on 107 field goals and 23 free tosses. Week wid.: HF : Clc+'lv'H'ies ,?' ' '- ' ,., 2113 " f-"- .' 121' ' I 1' A'f?:-L ,f' ' ' KIA f H , ' gg - X y ,f. LN 5f1 l ix 'g X? Z! Z gf-i 51 -Lg ggf- i-iff? Jai H - 5 ix, 2'-if- f ' ff fi , X 5-eL r iii af . -,, I Z? E -r ... 1 H ix 1 f f W W ill I .E X 01 nl, -ii ' ,W T.x-fa? fi f, f '- ' 7 f ' Li 5 X f NN 1 -F "I , Nth! ,I K 'Q A - 'if 4E-L , , f X X - -, li2fN v Z T M f - 1 XX gf - af 1 I ' LZ- X3 -----.-Q -r f 114 r-- -V 4 5 1 1 V I ' 'Ma - - - , U, ,fff A ' if W f f ' H Lf l 'Vo WY' Sobvmg Qgiw EP 31' sgbqfp-vu mfpgvwgmgvms oo? 8? fo Q5 QW-9 Q Mg ou,-QNIQQQ, QQQQQ New Gab Q' QQOJMQ? Qfyosna C5139 'Mo 0954 lim 3 bfi 'v S 'V vb-uv weve 5502356404 ZW ws, coca QYOQQ c,oQ-Q26 565' Q 4 A 9 8959 Y-f'b4,cc. ls Simewmvifb ibibt 'fuk gxoogivsmj Qc, QQQQZQL Vpesv.-.'?faO5ugq,g wqivfo-2soQ-Q Q'iZ'sg9q.5vi w-sooo 54199 0546 5osz,aQ78w55"6 Oqbboemgoo Ogpoij. 'vim qi ,gi-Sv.. 15599 5m'bS'4Cg9 W as-xfbqqggfsof, Ab Oi-Q, Q v fo Q3 pow? Qge Q 35-aa gowbvq, -X-Y9+2'54' QQYSSQOQ f, wf,4-,MQQNPS QQYOQQ, GQ-0590-GQ' Y' fbaG4?w ,Q gmac Q7i5wg3f'Va.oo'aQ0 S Q 1320 Qvecwqi Qs-SX 91. Y'yQO':Y' 4-,pCJq,,iQxoy' my Qgmk Qi-efoekzi' Sfs 4 4 O 'bv We BAND OFFICERS President - ---- Roger Mighell Vice President Roger Sorensen Secretary Treasurer Elizabeth Obrecht Librarians - - - Loretta Jensen Betty Bagenstos Managers - - Val Gene Moeller Bob Fritz PRELIMINARY STATE CONTEST 1945,-1946 The preliminary state band contest was held at Ida Grove. April 5, 1946. The bands entered in Class C were Holstein, Gdebolt, and Wall Lake. Holstein played "March of Youth" and an overture, as contest numbers. In the decision by the judges, Holstein was rated a second. The number one band ratings did not pass on to the state contest because of the travelling conditions of war time years. 1 During the summer! months the Holstein High -band held weekly Wednesday evening band concerts in the city park. Left to right: James Langland, Don Vollmar, Bob Fritz, LaVaughn Lill, Bob Vollmar, Roger Mighell. Left to right: Elwayne Maser, Don Vollmar, Bob Fritz, Bob Vollmar. I Left to right: James Langland. Don Vollmar. Elwayne Maser. MIXED CHORUS The 1946-1947 Mixed Chorus was again organized with a membership of forty- five directed by Mary Frances Graham. During the course of the year they have sung many new songs, two of which, "Mariana" and "Rendezvous", will be given at the preliminary State contest at Ida Grove in March, 1947. Mixed Chorus will also make a public appearance March 18 at the Turner Hall and again at Commencement. GIRLS SEXTET The 1946-47 girls sextet was reorganized under the able direction of Mary Frances Graham after a one year lapse. They will compete in the preliminary State contest at Ida Grove in March, 1947Q The sextet has entained many organizations of Holstein during the year. BOYS VOCAL QUARTET The 1945-46 Boy's Quartet rated a number II in the State Preliminary Music Contest on April 5, 1946, at Ida Grove. With Frederick Brickman as the only new addition, the Quartet plans to compete in the 1947 musical contest. 46 1 0. 3:51 cooyfhhl to cighv. oXow,s Wxmabsen. Ymvq fbwguxsxos, Bama Caixse, Psmx c,4o'ocN-Q. X6-wq Nm XX1xoso'ogx,OzXows flixsxzqgwgxxzx, 4 ogixw, 'bw,Moo. fbzwq bwgou, Bowne Camas, ?'o+1Xixs ?Jw.1q,g0'.soo, Xfmumaf Omgom, Oosocfm Oaoq,w,6, XA S1 ua ?JoXzx. Second coubywh to dqhr. YXVI,-'A'0Q.Q0 Obwgm, Sqwkq Sum, S'duXvq Wlkzsz, Ykdmz Xfeoqma. nf wagon XJGX, ,Pwt6+iw. KYIKXX, Ooqxm. Szoseo, 90106914 Pscq, Xiss 66445165 Yneuq Beqxsm, Beaom '6oX'o, vomi- khvlfzc, bkwq NX:.PwQmm, ykss Cmkmo. 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Third year French-horn soloist First year soloist on Trumpet Second year soloist on Tuba. I vp CI First row-left to right: Dolores Lemke, Mary Ann Hansohn, Joanne Carnes, La Vaughn Lill. Second row-left to right: Audrey Breyfogle, Jeane Kolb, Lorna Meyer, Ardyce Will, Donna Jensen, Iris Edwards, Betty Bremer, Shirley Wiese, Lauretta Dittmer, Elaine Leonard, Mary McArthur, Phyllis Bochmann, Elizabeth Obrecht. Third row-left to right: Miss Heller. Lenore Ewoldt, Louise Scherner, Sylvia Steen. Arlene Gries, Delores Goettsch. Vonita Baumann, Judy Bagenstos, Betty Jensen, Byrdella Buell. Phyllis Bergmann, Celia McGuire, Betty Bagen- stos, Doris Ewoldt, Esther Scherner, Verla Breyfogle, Sterling Hansen. ' Fourth row-left to right: Herbert Hunt, Gerane Camarigg, Joanne Kolb, La Vera Ehler, Maxine Hansohn, Beverly Daugaard. Betty Irwin, Elva Frahm, Beverly Wlese, Dorothy Friedrichsen, Dorothea Daugaard, Anna Lembcke, Loretta Jensen, Dolores Michaelsen. PEP CLUB President - - - Betty Bagenstos Vice President - - Elizabeth Obrecht Secretary and Treasurer - - Dolores Michaelsen The Pep Club of 1946-47 was organized early in the fall of 1946 to aid and promote the teams of H. H. to victory. The annual cheer leaders, Dolores Lemke, Joan Carnes, l.aVaughn Lill, and Mary Ann Hansohn, were chosen by the club. The Pep Club sponsored Football Homecoming on November 11, 1946. The high school elected Betty Bagenstos and Jim McGuire queen and king for the event. Joanne Kolb, Anna Lembcke, Richard Friedrichsen, and Henry Witt were crowned attendants. The Queen and her attendants ascended the throne after the half-time crowning ceremony at the Odebolt game held November 15. The Pep Club also sponsored pep meetings for all home football, basketball, and U track events. 49 11 . 'lav"i'x1 Front row-left to right: Laquretta Dittmer, Anna Lembcke, Betty Bagenstos, Dolores Michaelsen, Roger Mighell Elizabeth Obrecht, David Geske, Robert Frahm. Second row--left to right: Mary McArthur. Betty Irwin, Robert Vollmar, Floyd Soseman, Jeane Kolb, Dolores Lemke Celia McGuire, Delores Ruhser. Dorothea Daugaard, La Vera Ehler. HILARITY Hilarity for the 1946-47 school year was organized under the supervision of Miss Hatlen of the H. H. faculty. The editor, Roger Mighell, and the assistant editor, Dolores Michaelsen, devoted much time and energy to maintain the high standards of the newspaper of the past years. Highlights of the year was the popularity contest sponsored by Hilarity and voted upon by the high school. The sports write-ups, question of the week, special events, the column, and the features published weekly in Hilarity kept the school news before the eyes of the students and the public. X so' 7-if .i 2 l E l ,wgsi lffwz G f 4- V - 3 4 2191. f ', - V ff V: ' AVE 'm,f"5givgg 1-51:-': I ' -71-D, li' VQZZW- f-Eff, f?,?3Sii9Z3Ei3i5li2-'M' 5 2 n,4.,J,gf ' 7 1 ,H 3- ' , .a,,,x..,.,'. 1 i E Q , 1 , l X susnumnn . V V - . I . V f , ,- : 4 mzfsisfzia Siffwys, . gy: .. www wmwwxzmmwm xfmgmwwfm wWwmWmWm.,,,,mWWm..f.m,.,-V, 'gl 4 n ,.., .,...,,.,,,A,.-..,,- ,,,,,.,,, Q ,,..,,,, ., , , g Q-, . t 5 fn I mzflww ,, if 5 'QE if? 3? 3 sz 33 Q4 as 'X E 25 Y' 15 'Qi B iz A 9 K 3? 12 x 5: 1 .MW ,mllb MMM VhX,hx, W ,m,m M A AtW.A WM, ,,,c,,. MMMW m,,, W-., , -, ....... .,.., , , ,W -,W-,m,..,,,,..M,.,,,..,..-.MM- ,,.. ,- ,mm., , .pw I t Compliments tothe Class of 1947 A ' From St. Paul Lutheran Church A. H. GESKE, PASTOR ' Holstein, Iowa 59 "BONNIE ACRES" : HEREFORD CATTLE BERKSHIRE HOGS U ws BREED I f AT BONNIE ACRES FOR A PURPOSE "THE ENDS" WE ARE PROUD OF THE ENDS WE ACHIEVE THE ENDS I Phone 18-F-30 Holstein, Iowa so ' 'I' 'I' I. REETINGS 4. CLASS OF I947 You will want to exchange Photograph with your Classmates at Gradua- tion tinoe . . . such a record of schoolday friendships Will 1 loe'priceless in years to come. May We supply your needsg our desire is to please you. 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E R N ...nu-ln....un..M.- -uu....mu-. u...ml.-mimi.-.nl-.gn The Council 0ak Stores "Your Friend at Mealtimeu FRESH FRUITS, VEGETABLES, A O AND MEATS Complete Line f Quality Groceries 1 -?11-ul-- uu1nug1 Je Congratulations tothe Class of 1947 Tl-IE MGTOR INN .-.un....,m..m ,-,I n...lln-1llninuinllilllhglln-ulniuni un1ll1.1mr1lnl--un:-nl-val.-nu-n 91:1 McArtl1ur Refrigeration I Service Commercial Sales Q Phone 186 HOLSTEIN V IOWA MQRNINGSIDE on CQMPANY MOBILE GAS AND OIL Independent Jabber f High Quality Good We Specialize :Lew Qlgizhing, G easing Phone Au orders to STATION 92 A. A. HERINIIECKE 151 .-mg.. .-mu-.nn-nn-n..nn-nu-.Il F. C. HAMIL Jeweler for GIFTS THAT LAST- also Skelgas Appliances Maytag Washers Crosley Products Stewart Warner Radios i I-E11mls-nls-lm-nn--nn1nl1nn-m1--nI-rnurnllssllsnllinlcunnuullllnzllllinlllu- SCRENSEN PRCDDUCE "Sid" Sorensen Cash Buyer of Cream 44 Poultry EGGS Phone 204 Holstein, Iowa 4, -,,,,,-, Qun-nlxuuxuu-n 6 9 -llihunnniplq-'minn.-nni.,-.ng-.ylpl1.n.-nl.-nlillg.-.nl.-pn1nn1gq.1nl1.nq1nlQ.gn y oUR REST WISHES TO THE CLASS CDF 1947 ' . YOUR BEST MARKET FOR Poultry Eggs Cream , C S t o I m' Kin g Chicks anol Poults Vitamash Poultry Feeds Kozy Brooder Houses Makomb Poulting Equipment Sa1sbury's Poultry Remedies 9 , . . . If It Is For Poultry, We Have It . . . Holstein Produce 8: Hatchery Phone No. 2 Holstein, Iowa 7 A .-qgiglilginill.. -nl-.gg.-In-gg1.q.-.gl-In-l11u1 nn..-M-,lin-n un1un-lui ln-.!n-lg1ll1nlr.-ll1ll1nn.1ll-nn1ln--ln1nnn-npr-nn-nn:-ul-:nl Best Wishes to Class of 1947 Tl-ICDIVXAS Bus Depot and Tavern Good Place to Meetuyour Friends Carl Thomas, Prop. 1nn1lrl1nn1ll-lls-nnq-lln-nn- l-nl1nn-lnl-1un1lu-nn1lul-lill-nu- See Your McCormick-Deering Dealer First For Tractors, Trucks and Farm Machinery p DeSoto and Plymouth Automobiles Hydraulic Farm Hand and Booster-buck Hay Stackers Downs 84 Diersen Phone 38 l1lls--ll-Illini-vll1nu1:miulu-anu-null:nu-llucnlu-ll--llcuulliul.-nl-l-mln-n Farmers Co-op Station "We Strive to Pleasev "Look for the Co-Op Service Sign" Tire Repairs and Greasing Goodyear and Co-Op Tires -gl-n1qn1nu1nn1nn... n-pq-.1 in -ll--pq1ng1.q1,I.1uQ.u-ll The Holstein Advance Producers of Individualized Printing A Local Institution Dedicated to the Interests of the Community P It Serves Modern Automatic Equipment Latest Type Styles ..-.signing-. 1p1prrrip1p-11511.51-p11. -. .- 1 .1 -.. 1 - .-. - minus-. nt. nr1nrl--rru--nn-nn-un-nnl1nl.-nninn-nuiuu-un-.nrri :nn1nl1nn1nn 1nn1nu1marinus--uqinuinninnilini -n11lq1gp1m11n-.1 Sundries Fountain Service Cosmetics Congratulations to the Class of 1947 Gifts -Jewelry -Watches - Fountain Pens P l anci Pencils A lt Pleases Us to Please You C Stationery Good Line of Billfolds Kodaks KERSLAKE SUNDRIES Phone 62 , -151.11511 np.1ug1np1ng.-lg- linginlinl-gl-. COMPLIMENTS FROM THE EDN-WEE LCDFTS Racing Pigeons of Distinction From Champion Sion Bloodlines COAD BATHO, Owner 72 nn.-nl.-....1uq1 1 1 1 1 1 1pn1nn1nn1nn1nn1nn1nn1uun l-larvey's Radio Sz Electric Westinghouse Appliances Appliances, Radios and Refrigerators Radio Repairing Electrical Wiring Phone 360 Holstein, Iowa To the Class of 1947 of Holstein High School We Extend l Our Best Wishes Emil Elmler 8: Son Oliver Farm Equipment Wind Mills Water Work Supplies u...um.-an--in--nu--nu-1 1 1 -in--.11 .-.m11un--um--rm--nu-nu 1nn1nu1nl-.nn.1qn1un-ilu-nn-1am-nu-l1un.-. 151-ll-ann-ll1ll1ll-II1 f Standard Super Service Gas Oil Greasing For Better Performance Use STANDARD Products H. ROTHFORK -.1pg1un1M1nn1nn1.um.-nn-nn1-nn1ll-In-n-nnn1.mn1nn-n-lun-:nn1u.1 Hansen Furniture ED A. HANSEN Quality Furniture Floor Covering Kelvinator Refrigerators Home Freezers Premier and Eureka Vacuum Sweepers PHONE '79 Lorenzen 8: Son BZZI' PBTIOI' "Meet Your Friends Here, Cver a Glass of Beer" SOFT DRINKS CIGARS TOBACCO Phone 131 A Holstein, Iowa FELCO "The Trademark of Quality" GRINDING, MIXING, GRAIN, TWINE, FEEDS, COAL, FENCING, SEEDS. BUY F ELCO FEEDS FARMERS ELEVATOR COMPANY A Holstein, Iowa - Phone 72 1.nu- nn-u -lm-sm ml-nu1nu--uu-nn-nu-um--Minn-lun-uln1ulu1uu1nn-1uu.-.nn- 74 Vohs - Johnson Produce HIGHEST CASH BUYERS OF POULTRY, CREAM and EGGS SEE US FOR Nutrena Sr Kent Feeds High Quality Baby Chicks Poultry Supplies and Remedies Phone 122 Holstein, Iow +I -In-nlinl 1111111 -1 1 -1 11111 avlium-1 lla Ip1pg-.M1M..ngI-5n-.UI1.wiM1nnianim'-nn-mp1nn-.lxn1mq.Qnl Congratulations to 1947 Class We Sell Everything Pertaining to An Automobile or Truck Stop In and Try Our Service WlTT'S SERVICE Edward, J ack and Minnie 1 Mile South of Holstein, Iowa Congratulations T0 THE CLASS OF 1947 Giolden Rule Store Groceries, Fresh Fruits and Vegetables il.. .1 - 1. -.. .- .1 .- .-. - 1 -ng-lull..-qg1M1nl-un A. Huegerich8eCo. READY-To-WEAR DRY Goons ' A MILLINERY - GIFTS PHONE 269 Congratulations to the Class of 1947 , Jaclc's Place Blue Bunny Ice Cream Cigarettes Candy Soft Drinks Homemade Pies Phone 29 Holstein, Iowa n-an-un-un ----------111 - "-'llili ofa 7 6 .. .......... .. .. - ....n,.i..-,.... LEMKES Food, Market FANCY GROCERIES FRUITS, VEGETABLES Ben Lemke Congratulations TO THE CLASS OF 1947 CASEY'S Meat Market TO THE CLASS OF 1 9 4 7 HOLSTEIN HIGH scHooL WE EXTEND OUR Best Wishes Holstein Lumber Co. A. P. CLAUSEN, Manager Holstein, Iowa E ll'-nl-Iln-nn1ull ln-nlilln-ulln-lnillu-nll1llnu1 Congratulations to the A Class of 1947 O Conavvay 84 Stolley UTI-IE NYAL QUALITY STORE" an--lul-un-lu-n 4. H1g...,,u.-MQ.,I-ply-in-.Milli-Inu:-nun nn-nl-nl1n1nl-ll1nn-I1 BARGHOL'S Holstein Hatchery BABY CHICKS-FROM AMERICA'S FINEST BLOOD LINES N UTRENA FEEDS-REMEDIES- SUPPLIES MASTER LIQUID Hoc MEDICINE Telephone 260 Holste I wa A TI-IE I Royal Cleaners "Old Clothes Made New" "New Clothes Made Too" Cl aning and Pre g Fit For a King" Ph 24 ,I...fn-.qIf-.uII..Il1I-.nqliqglliulg-.gnim.- -ynlnlli imqilu-.np 1gl1lq1,gi Mrs. 0. A. Stegemann LOWE BROTHERS HIGH STANDARD PAINTS, VARNISHES AND IMPERIAL WALL PAPER Hlt' Iw gina-nl1nn1nn-lpn-nn nn1n inn--5.1111 111'-nl-pminmq M6l'V,S TGVCTI1 "Home of Blatz Beeru Tasty Sandwiches . CIGARETTES AND SOFT DRINKS ning-.gninpipm--gp-55.1.14 11.11 -:ui Il-nn--nnilninniui-nnq-mp-ln:nl-.ln-un--nu-nn:-uninniml--nn--nn Morningside Super Service Mobile Gas and Oil Independnet Jobbers for High Quality Goods We Repair All Makes of Cars Parts Body Work Greasing Washing Phone all orders to STATION 92 A. A. HERMECKE 151 "BUD" EHLER l nniuniung-nll1ll1ll1lp-.nn-.nl-nu-nn-nn-run--unz-nn--in-nn1nn Lawrence Heitmann Trucking Service LIVE STOCK GRAIN Phone 177 .....nn1nn...nu..u- g,...w.-gg.-1 -rn!-nu un1nl1.nu1ln1nn1ul--nl-lln-1 u-lliln-un--u Congratulations to the Class of 1947 lDINNERS I C am and Sand ch Spe 'alty BILLS CAFE Phone 39 Holstein, Iowa Home of BUICK and Cl-IEVRCLET Philco Radios and 7 Refrigerators Vollmar's Super Service Phone 50 and 75 C gr tulat' s Glas of 1947 u1'g1lll-an-un.1 1.un-.ln-nu..lm1nn...u11... 1-51411141151p..qg-M1gI1Ig1ng.-1511111.41-pg...lg-ll-pn...lgillillu-nl-nn PHILLIPS , , ll66Il STATION Firestone and Lee Tank Wagon Deliveries Tires Fill Your-Tank Anytime - Anywhere at Niok's "Cao" Phone 12 Phone 110 Robert Nicklas Harold Conover Holstein, Iowa -.,m...l,.,...nu....un-.nn...i..-ui ,-,........1...m......n.....,,.... 80 nu1In1nl1nn-lll1ll-1:1nu-nl-ln1un1IM1-nu-:un-nu-nn-nl-nu HOFFMAN-N HARDWARE MAJOR APPLIANCES GIFT GOODS AND DISHES W. P. CRANE Physician and Surgeon Phone: Office and Residence 55 Calls Answered Day and Night 11.15,-M1qu..lu1np1uu-,m1M1nn1nn1nn1. 1 -nl-vm. GLADYS L. WEEDE Fire, Tornado, and Automobile Insurance Phone No. 141 SIMMONS BEAUTY SHOP Phone 232 "It Pays To Look Well" O. A. LANGLAND Dentist Office: Holstein State Bank Bldg. CSecond Floorj Phones: Office 1193 Res. 47 R. P. WHEATLEY Insurance, Real Estate and Loans Resident of Holstein For Over Half a Century Phone 36 -lg--un1nn1ma...n111nn1nn1nI1:I1nn-..nn.-un-nu-nn-um-mn HOLSTEIN BAKERY NU-VI-TA ENRICHED BREAD Phone 17 -nu-nu1 1,m1M1gI1.1I1ql1lg1nl.-un1nn1.pg-ug-.ng-. 1 11415- pq5191q1nx1:1n1lnn1nu1xlu1un1uln1unll-.nn-.nn1nI1 -nn1u- n-.ln-. n1nu1nn.1lm1un1un1ln1lm1m1- 1 1 1 l1nn- 1nu1nn1nu11xn1ln1nn1nn1nl-nln1nn1 1 1 1un-1IrIl- DIERKS GARAGE CHEVROLET SERVICE Phone 201 DR. T. ORTON CHIROPRACTOR and SCIENTIFIC MANIPULATION First State Bank Bldg.-Phone 3 1m11,m1 m1M.11ll.11nI1'.1llq1411114411ul1l1q1ul11ll1lq1gg1 ROHLKS CASH AND CARRY GROCERY "Home of Good Things to Eat' Quality Merchandise 1lm1gm1 1 -nu1H.11nq1nul1nln1ql1n.1nl1nq1nn1ln1511 KING 8: BLEASDELL Insurance - Bonds - Real Estate Loans First State Bank Building -nn1nn1ul1gq1ng1uq1gg1uI1lg-pgu.-ll-gn-ug-.m11M1 1 L. H. WAGNER Dentist Office: Old Savings Bank Bldg. CFirst Floor, Phone 279 p-nn1nn1n1 1 1 1llH-.nm-.nu-.mp-.uu1uu1gl1nn1n1n1 W. F. ZEMAN Dealer in Men's and Boy's Clothing - Furnishings - Shoes -lm--lm-I 1llu11ru1n1r1nn-llll1nn1nI1ml1nl-nl-ulcxun-:uni C. F. BESORE, JR. Lawyer -: Holstein, Iowa I 'I '""""""'-ST'-"""'i"i""""' 1 u-nn--un...ul.1nn1un1nn1uu1nn-In-nn1 l1n1 I Illini-II1-nn:-nuiluill-nu--nur-ln1nn-11:11--nninl--un1 p1u1uu-.nlinqilm-11 .-. -. -.. -1 -nu--un-nn-nu-n1ln1ln1ln-ll1nn--In1n-nn-ms-nl-unulllinu--lxn1nn1nl1nu1 1 1 n1nn1 CONGRATULATIONS TO THE CLASS O-F 1947 CENTRAL TELEPHONE COMPANY "IT PAYS TO LOOK WELL" A Stop at WES McCREA'S BARBER SHOP STANDARD OIL PRODUCTS ' Standard Red Crown Superfuel Gasoline ' Lubricating Oils and Greases WM. JACKES, SR. Phone 80 m1- - 1. 1 1 - - 1 .- 1nlinp1nn1'l.-ni in' JAMES w. MARTIN, M. D. Physician and Surgeon ' Holstein, Iowa lu-gl-ul-nilq1nu.-uu.1nq.-m.im1.-ym-nq1un1n-.pg -. ll-nl.1pp SORENSEN BARBER SHOP Laundry Service Basket Leaves and Returns Tuesday and Friday I 11.1.1-uni 15I.-'ln-nqlinuingilyuinqinl-up--I 1 -nim- W A L L E N S 5c-l0c-25c and Up , Phone 73 A Large Variety of Low Price Everyday Needs nl.-u-u- LINGLE TRUCKING ssnvlcs Expert Trucking Service Live Stock Grain Phone 237 KAHL and STUBBS Veterinarians Phone 273 A. J. Kahl R. L. Stubbs Res. Phone Res. Phone 301 164 JESSE H. LEONARD Attorney Office: Second Floor Old Holstein Savings Bank Building Phone 106 GREEN LANTERN CAFE The Place to Meet Your Friends and Eat the Best Meal in Town R. S. PORTERFIELD, D. V. M. Holstein, Iowa Phone 84 I-IANSEN-HULL FUNERAL HOME Holstein A Home and Service Available to A11 Ambulance E. A. Hansen, Res. Mgr. 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