Galva Holstein Community School - Moo Yearbook (Holstein, IA)
- Class of 1950
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SENIOR CLASS OF
HOLSTEIN HIGH SCHOOL
Upon selecting a general course or tlfierne for the "'MOO", we, the
staff of '50, tried to take into consideration the fact that an annual is a
first-class scrapbook. One objective of a scrapbook is to bring back memories.
Vile sincerely hope that our "scrapbook" has fulfilled that objective.
To Superintendent Harland H. Hanson, whose keen interest in all
school activities has lead to the realization of a new auditorium-gymnasium
for our school, we, the Class of '50, dedicate this yearbook. He has helped
to make our school an efficient institution whose objective is better education
for the graduates of tomorrow. We know he will continue the good work.
Seated Left to Right-J. Sindt, P. Bergmann, L. Munz, D. Bremer, B. Bremer, S. Wiese,
D. Ruhser, J. Bagenstos, L. Lill, D. Jensen, J. Carnes, J. Kolb, H. Arp.
Standing Left to Right-M. Hansohn, W. Kastner, D. Earnest, L. Scherner.
Editor ....................... ,.............,.
Business Manager and Assistants .................
Assistant Editor ......................,......,.,.
----- James Sindt
Senior Editor .....................,.............. LaVaughn Lill
Underclassmen ................................... Donna Jensen
Junior High and Grades ............................ Darlene Bremer
Editor, Boys' Sports ................................. Dean Earnest
Editor, Girls' Sports .....,............................. Jean Kolb
Music and Dramatics ............................ Maxine Hansohn
Features ..........................-...... J ....
Proofreaders ................................. ....
Faculty Advisor ............................. .......
Back row-H. Hanson, W. Lorenzen, H. Knuth, J. Leonard.
Front row-F. Barghols, G. Raabe, M. Jackes, R. Bagenstos.
The omfal of Ealificoitiom
Pictured above are the people responsible for the "character" of Hol-
stein Public School. When any problems confront them, and there are many,
they alone make the decisions. Past decisions have taken a course by
which the school and the community of Holstein have benefited the most.
The responsibility placed on these people is great, for they mold the future
of the students of this school. The people of Holstein can be proud that
they have this capable group who are willing to give so generously ot their
time so that we may have a schqool whose "character" is good.
MR. HARLAND H, HANSON-
Iowa State Teachers College, B. A.
Degree, University of Iowa, M. A.
Degree, Superintendantship and Hi-
lority Advisor, I. E. A. Member, noon
duty, American Legion, Masonic
Lodge, and Commercial Club.
Today I interviewed each member
of the faculty, including the two new
members, Mr. and Mrs. Ashmore.
After several minutes of conver-
MR. RUSSELL KRAAI-
Morningside College, B. A. Degree,
Summer Coaching School, 5 classes
lSocial Studies and Physical Educa-
tionl, I study hall, football, basket-
ball lboys' and girIs'D, and track
coach, noon hour program, I. E. A.
MISS MARIE STONER-
University of Iowa, B. A. Degree,
S. U. I. I2 summersi, University of
Minnesota ll summerl, Colorado
.University CI summerl, principalship,
2 classes lsocial studiesi, 2 study
halls and one library, Sponsor of the
Moo, Senior Class Advisor, Girls'
Basketball chaperone, I. E. A. mem-
ber, noon duty, and Nacirema mem-
sation, they gave me interesting bits
of information about themselves as
follows: College education fdegree or
years attendedl, the number of
MISS FRANCES MENARD-
Briar Cliff College, B. A. Degree,
7 classes lcommercial fieldl, Sponsor
of Junior Class imagazine sales, con-
cessions at games, Junior-Senior
Proml, noon duty, supervision over
refiling of Holstein library books, I.
E. A. member, Nacirema member,
Girl Scout Troop Committee member.
MR. ARTHUR GERBER-
Iowa State Teachers College, B.
S. Degree, Seven classes fmathemat-
ics and science fieldl, I study hall,
assistant football coach, Jr. high
football coach, noon duty and I. E.
classes taught by them or general
schoolwork here in Holstein, the
field taught in, and activities spon-
sored or participated in.
MRS. BERNICE KUCHEL-
St. Olaf College, Buena Vista
College, University of Minnesota, B.
A. Degree, English IV and all vocal
music, 2 glee club practices, small
group practices, girls' sextette, noon
duty, Chairman of Teachers' Selec-
tive Committee of Ida County Coun-
cil, Grade Operetta, Spring Concert,
Entertainment at Baccalaureate,
Commencement and plays, Nacirema,
piano lessons, I. E. A. member.
MR. CONRAD CLAUSSEN-
Music School in Germany C4 yearsl,
Buena Vista, 2 refresher courses,
Senior and Junior Bands, Group
Solos, and Lessons, Summer Concerts
in Holstein and Galva, Monahan
Post Band, Sioux City, Symphony,
Sioux City, Supervision of Music
Arts for Boy Scouts, I. E. A. member.
MR. MAX ASHMORE-
Westmar College, Elementary
Certificate, ll classes Ur. High De-
partmentall, Jr. High boys' and
MRS. MILDRED JATHO-
Sam Houston State Teachers Col-
lege, University ot Texas, B. S. De-
gree, 4 classes lscience tieldl, I
study hall, and I library, I. E. A.
member, noon duty, Girl Scout
Troop Committee, Holstein Library
Committee, Nacirema member.
MISS PEARL KITCHEN-
Morningside College, 7 classes
Ur, High Departmentall, Chaperone
girls' basketball coach, I. E. A. mem-' tor Jr. High BGSIQSTIDOII, Und 'WOOD
ber, noon duty.
MISS HARRIET BAKER-
Morningside College, B. A. Degree,
South Dakota University ll summerl,
4 classes lEngIish tieldl, 2 study
halls, librarian, milk secretary, di-
rector of junior and senior plays,
Sponsor of Pep Club, I. E. A. mem-
ber, Glrl Scout Leader, Nacirema,
MISS VIOLA MOHR-
Iowa State Teachers College I2
years and 3 months elementary ed-
ucationl, University of Iowa ll sum-
merl, all sixth grade classes, Brow-
nie Scout Leader, noon duty, Nacir-
ema member, and Order of Eastern
Star, I. E. A. member.
MISS SARAH JON ES-
University of Colorado II summerl,
Buena Vista C2 yearsl, Iowa State
Teachers College, 7 classes ltitth
grade subjectsi, Assistant director of
Grade Operetta, Playground and noon
duty, I. E. A. member, Nacirema
MISS EDNA ROBERTS-
lowa State Teachers College, two-
year Kindergarten-Primary Csum-
mersl, all tirst grade classes, I. E. A.
member, Girl Scout Troop Committee,
noon duty, Nacirema.
MISS ALICE STREED-
Buena Vista College, all fourth
grade classes, I. E. A. member, noon
MRS. MABEL JACQUES-
Iowa State Teachers College, Spec-
ial Primary, Buena Vista College, all
second grade classes, I. E. A. mem-
ber, noon duty, Nacirema member.
MRS. DORIS ASHMORE-
Morningside College, Westmar
College, all third grade classes, I. E.
A. member, noon duty, Nacirema.
MRS. MARION FAHAN-
Iowa State College, Buena Vista
College, Iowa State Teachers College,
Los Angeles State College, Kinder-
garten classes, I. E. A. member, noon
Little, but forceful.
Football 2, 3, 4, Basketball
2, Track 3, 4, Moo Editor
4, Class Vice-President 4,
Sec'y-Treas. 3, "Shoot the
She' speaks, behaves, and
acts just as she ought to.
Basketball l, 2, 3, Manager
4, Girls' Chorus 3, 4, Mixed
Chorus l, 2, 3, Girls' Sex-
tet l, 2, 3, 4, Hilarity Co-
Editor 2, 3, 4, Moo Staff
4: Pep Club l, 2, 3, 4,
"Shoot the Works" 3,
"Look Me ln The Eye" 4.
A swell gal with personality
and vocal ability.
Moo Assistant Editor 4,
Pep Club l, 2, 3, Vice
President 4, Hilarity l, 2,
Co-Editor 3, 4, Band l, 2,
3, Secretary and Treasurer
4, Clarinet Quartet 3, 4,
Clarinet Solo 4, Girls' Chor-
us 3, 4, Mixed Chorus l, 2,
3, Girls' Sextet l, 2, 3, 4,
Girls Trio 3, 4, Mixed Quar-
tet 3, Vocal Solo l, 2, 3,
4, All State Chorus 3,
"Shoot the Works" 3,
"Look Me In The Eye" 4,
Pep Band 4.
Not too serious, not too gay,
nice in a charming sort of
Band l, 2, 3, 4, Girls' Chor-
us 3, 4, Basketball 2, Pep
Club 3, 4, Moo Staff 4, Hi-
larity 4, Clarinet Quartet 4,
Junior Play Crew 3, Senior
Play Crew 4.
Study is her occupation,
with one exception.
Class Vice President 3,
Band l, 2, 3, 4, Pep Band
3, 4, Brass Sextet and
Quartet 3, 4, Mixed Chorus
l, 2, 3, Girls Chorus 3, 4,
Hilarity 3, 4, Pep Club l,
2, 3, 4, "Shoot the Works"
3, Senior Play Crew 4:
Quill and Scroll 3, 4, Moo
President of the "Bored of
Quimby: Basketball l, 2, 3,
Letter Winner 3, Minstrel
Show l, Glee Club l, 2, 3,
Letter Winner l, 2, 3,
Journalism 3, Holstein:
Basketball 4, Glee Club 4.
Jus? ttke life ersy cs l du.
Football l, 2, 3, 4, Basket-
ball l, 2, 3, 4, Track l, 2,
The hardest time to get
baby to bed is when she's
Pep Club l, 2, 3, Basket-
ball l, 2, Mixed Chorus l,
2, Girls' Chorus 3, Moa
Staff 4, Assistant Director
Junior Play 3, "Look Me ln
The Eye" 4, Cheerleader l.
A careful student-careful
not to overdue.
Football 2, Play Crew 3.
Trouble is for those who let
it worry them.
Football 3, Play Crew 3.
Men are not measured by
inches, thank gosh.
Football 2, 3, 4, Basket-
ball 2, 3, 4, Track 2, 3,
Moo Staff 4, Pep Club 4,
Boys' Chorus 2, 3, "Shoot
the Works" 3, "Look Me
ln The Eye" 4.
A petite blond with winning
Band l, 2, 3, 4, Drum
Quartet 3, Pep Band 3, 4,
Mixed Chorus l, 2, Glee
Club 4, Hilarity 2, 3, 4,
Mao Staff 4, Pep Club l, 2,
3, 4, Cheerleader 2, 3, 4,
"Look Me In The Eye" 4,
Play Crew 3.
Because a man doesn't talk,
it's no sign he has nothing
Football 2, 3, 4, Play Crew
WEN DELL KASTNER
Boys like me aren't found
Football l, 2, 3, 4, Basket-
ball l, 3, 4, Track l, 2, 3,
4, Moo Staff 4, Chorus l,
2, 3, 4, "Look Me In The
Eye" 4, Play Crew 3.
. "MAC" ,.
Quiet and efficient in her
Band l, 2, 3, 4, Pep Club
l, 2, 3, 4, Glee Club
3, 4, Mixed Chorus l, 2, 3,
Moo Staff 4, Girls' Sextet
l, 3, 4, Clarinet Quartet 2,
3, 4, Girls' Trio 3, Basket-
ball l, 2, "Shoot the
Works" 3, Pep Band 3, 4.
Ease with dignity.
Basketball l, 2, 3, 4, Band
l, 2, 3, Vice President 4,
Girls' Chorus Pres. 3, 4,
Girls' Sextet 3,.4, Girls
Trio 4, Pep Club l, 2, 3,
Pres. 4, Hilarity l, 2, 3,
Co-Editor 4, Moo Staff 4-
Cheerleader 3, Majorette Z
4, Mixed Chorus l, 2, 3,
Class Vice Pres. 2, Pres. 3,
Secretary and Treasurer 4,
"Shoot the Works" ,
"Look Me In The Eye" ,
Homecoming Queen 4, Re-
lays Queen 4.
Never let studying interfere
with your education.
Football l, 2, 3, Basketball
l, 2, 3, Track l, 2, "Shoot
The Works" 3.
School would be nice with-
Football l, 2, 3, 4, Play
A gal whose abilities are
hard to beat.
Band l, 2, 3, President 4,
Basketball l, 2, 3, 4, Pep
Club l, 2, 3, 4, Hilarity l,
2, 3, Co-Editor 4, Girls'
Sextet l, 2, 3, 4, Brass
Sextet l, 2, 3, 4, Brass
Quintet 2, lnstrumental
Solo 2, 3, 4, National 2,
State 3, Pep Band 3, 4, All
State Band 3, Girls' Trio 3,
4, Girls' Chorus Vice-Pres-
ident 3, 4, Mixed Chorus
l, 2, 3, Class President l,
Moo Senior Editor 4, D. A.
R 4, Quill and Scroll 3, 4,
Cheerleader l, "Shoot The
Works" 3, Mixed Quartet
3, Assistant Director of
Senior Play 4, Homecoming
Attendant 4, Relays Atten-
My ambition is just around
Moo Staff 4, Football 2, 3,
4, Track 3, 4, Boys' Chor-
us 3, 4, "Shoot The Works"
3, "Look Me ln The Eye" 4.
Put your sorrows and cares
on the shelf, I come to
school to enjoy myself.
Basketball l, 2, 3, 4, Foot-
ball 2, 3, 4, Track 3,
"Shoot The Works" 3,
Play Crew 4.
Mild manners and a gentle
heart are hers.
Basketball l, 2, 3, 4, Pep
Club l, 2, 3, 4, Girls' Chor-
us 4, Moo Staff 4, Play
Crew 3, 4. l
A football man, a basket-
ball man, and last but not
least a ladies' man.
Football l, 2, 3, 4, Basket-
ball l, 2, 3, 4, Track l, 2,
3, Hilarity 4, Mixed Chorus
3, Boys' Chorus 4, Secre-
tary and Treas. Pep Club
4, Moo Staff 4, "Shoot The
Works" 3, "Look Me In
The Eye" 4, Homecoming
An amiable and worthy
Football 3, 4, Boys' Chorus
3, 4, l-lilarity Co-Editor 4,
Moo Business Manager 4,
Class Secretary and Treas.
l, President 2, 4, "Shoot
The VVorks" 3, "Look Me
ln The Eye" 4.
FRANCIS MARVIN WIESE
"SOK" Bashful-except on the
Always ready for a good 9"idil'0n-
time. Football l, 2, 3, 4, Basket-
Football I, 3, Play Crew 3, bell I, 2, 3, 42 TVUCIQ I, 2,
"Look Me In The Eye" 4. 3, 4-
We love to sing of H. H, S.
Our noble Alma Mater
ln all the West
She is the best,
And none will e'er be greater.
The binding ties of H. H. S.
No pow'r can ever sever
For we'll be true to H. H. S.
And the Orange and Black forever.
Tune every heart to sing for joy,
And banish every sorrow.
The boys and girls who leave today
Will build her up tomorrow.
We're all in love with our H. S. home,
The pride of our endeavor,
And we'll be true to H. H. S.
And the Orange and Black forever.
When we have left its dear old halls
Upon our graduation,
Another class shall sing our song
Of loyal adoration.
The memory of our high school life
Shall never fade-no never.
And we'll all be true to H. H. S.
And the Orange and Black forever.
Quiet, sweet, and inquisi-
Basketball l, Mixed Chorus
I, 2, Girls' Chorus 3, Pres-
ident 4, Hilarity 4, Pep
Club l, 2, 3, 4, Moo Staff
4, Class Secretary 2, "Shoot
The Works" 3, "Look Me
ln The Eye" 4, Homecom-
ing Attendant 4, Relays At-
CLASS FLOWER CLASS COLORS
White Rose Maroon and White
CLASS MOTTO I
"Out of the quiet harbor, into the billowing sea"
SEPTEMBER l937 ..... This week we went to school for the first time. Already we have
learned to sit still, hang up and put away things, and to obey. Miss Keene has told us that we
will also learn to print and read this year .... OCTOBER l938 .... Entered the new building
and like it fine. With the aid of Miss Gray we are brushing up on our printing and on our reading.
She has also given us new readers. We have desks this year ..... NOVEMBER l939 . . .
And across the hall to the second grade where we are under the careful guidance of Miss Glor-
feld. Subtraction is new to us, but we are learning ..... DECEMBER l94O . . . Back to the
old building again and with the help of Miss Manteufel we are learning how to write. This will be a
great accomplishment. . .JANUARY l94l . . . School is getting harder. We have six-weeks
tests now and also home assignments. Mrs. Steig Porter is our leader .... FEBRUARY l942
. . . . Miss Carstens met us in the fall and introduced us to long division and lowa History.
Here we received our first experience of different classes taught by different teachers. Lyle
Munz and Louise Scherner joined our class .... MARCH l943 . . . Back in the new building
to stay. lt's been an interesting year. Judee Bagenstos entered our ranks and also received in-
structions with us from Miss Kitchen, our leader . . . SEPTEMBER l944 and SEPTEMBER l945
. . . . Junior High at last. Here Miss Johnson and Miss Perry guided us through seventh grade
and Miss Herzberg and Miss Zell through eighth grade. These were happy days for here we had
our first taste of athletics, plays, operettas, and study halls-A preview of high school. LaVaughn
Lill, Harold Arp, Orville Miller, Darlean Bremer, and Shirley Wiese joined us this year .....
JANUARY l947 .... This year was to be a great year. We were recipients of the traditional
initiation along with Frank Sokolowski, Howard Dittmer, Eugene Gehrts, Robert Hintz, Wendell
Kastner, John Rochau, Phyllis Bergmann, Duane Ruhser and Dean Earnest, who came from rural
schools to further their knowledge in HHS. We had much to learn in the next four years, and here
we found out you learn as much as you want and mostly on your own .... SEPTEMBER l948
. . . Back again to school. This year we felt somewhat superior as we looked at the green freshmen,
but we remembered that we were freshmen once too ..... MAY i949 .... Juniors at
last. To add to our income we worked hard selling magazines. While at our games, we peddled
food of all kinds to earn enough to put on a swell prom with the theme LUXURY LINER, where
we danced till the wee hours of the morn to the dreamy music of Bob Calame. So far this
was the evening of evenings in our lives. We worked hard to put on our play, "Shoot the Works"
early in the fall. After the first semester we picked our class rings and received them early in May
. . . . SEPTEMBER l949 . . . . . This month we have registered for school for the last time.
And we have with us a new member, Florence Bumann, making us a class of 27. Of those who
registered in l937, only 8 remained with the class through these l3 years. They are William
Bienlien, Joan Carnes, Maxine Hansohn, Donna Jensen, Jeanne Kolb, Delaine Lemke, James Sindt,
and Betty Bremer. All of us are looking forward to the production of the MOO, skip day, and
Up to and through this our lives have been well-planned and prepared for us. Soon we shall
each be keeping our own diary, each one with his own adventures, joys and sorrows, successes
and disappointments. We shall always remember our school days, our teachers, our friends, and
our activities. We are going out ,into a world where some will lead and some will follow, but all
We, The Class of '50 of the Holstein High School, of the City of Holstein, County of Ida, and
State of Iowa, in twenty-seven separate parts, each being of sound mind and overflowing with
knowledge, a nervous system run down from endless hair-breadth escapes, and wit sharpened
through dire necessity, being about to pass out of this world of education, do hereby make, publish
and declare this, our last will and testament, hereby revoking all former wills, bequests, and devises
of whatever nature made by us.
First: We do hereby direct, wish and command that our funeral shall be conducted by our
friends and faculty, who have been our cheerful guardians through all these years.
Second: We do hereby dispose of such estate as we have been able to accumulate through
superhuman efforts, as follows:
III To the dear faculty
Item: We do hereby will and bequeath the sweet bliss of the assembly hours which we have
Item: We do hereby will and bequeath all the startling information supplied from time to
time in our tests.
123 To the Class of '51
Item: We do hereby will and bequeath our senior dignity-may they uphold it.
Item: We do hereby will and bequeath our class's abilities and talent.
C35 To the Sophomore Class
Item: We do hereby will and bequeath the right of taking all privileges for granted.
Item: We do hereby will and bequeath our hope for your success in future responsibilities.
143 To the Freshman Class .
item: We do hereby will and bequeath all our dear memories of our four years in high school.
Item: We do hereby will and bequeath all our knowledge we have heretofore attained.
C57 To the Holstein High School as a whole
Item: We do hereby will and bequeath the defiant spirit of the Class of '50.
C63 To whoever desires
Item: We do hereby will and bequeath our slightly used books.
Item: We do hereby will and bequeath an, old erasers, stubs of pencils and any other
property we have left behind.
Item: We do hereby will and bequeath our front seats in the assembly, where you can get
a lot of studying done.
UI We hope the above small bequests will be lovingly treasured.
f AND BESIDES THESE GIFTS we do hereby leave our pledge of friendship henceforth and
We do hereby constitute and appoint The Faculty sole executor of this, our last will and
IN WITNESS WHEREOF, we have hereunto set our hands and seals in this year of one
thousand nine hundred and fifty.
THE CLASS OF '50
Signed, sealed, published and declared by the said Class of '50 known to us and to us known
to be the ones who executed the foregoing instrument, who, at their request, in their presence and
in the presence of each other, have hereunto set our hands as attesting witnesses to said instru-
SUPT. HARLAND HANSON
PRINCIPAL MARIE STONER
Front Row-B. Wittrock, T. Ehrp, P. Ellerbusch, J. Kolb, J. Myrtue, C. Schubert, R. Endrulat, D. Schneckloth, A.
Kay, W. Kiesling. ,
Second Row-Ruth Kistenmacher, B. Rochau, M. Dau, M. Wilson. l
Third Row-D. Goettsch, D. Leckband, D. Ewoldt, E. Gebers, F. Ruhlow, B. Fahan, G. Ehler.
Fourth Row-S. Pfalzgraf, R. Petersen, M. Walker, J. Brodersen, J. Lemke, D. Breyfogle, E. Blenner, D. Schroe-
der, W. Rickard, V. Friedrichsen.
The junior class, with Miss Frances Menard as class sponsor, has contributed very much to
Holstein High this year. They placed five boys on the football team and three on the regular
bCISl4eTbGll team. They 'l'1OVe also been GH lrlfegral part of a fine girls' basketball team, with
three first string regulars to their credit.
'As has been the case in the fall, the juniors were privileged to sell magazines in an effort to se-
cure money to finance the Junior-Senior Prom. They realized a net profit of some 5740, which is the
largest amount ever earned by any class in Holstein High School. Along with this magazine pro-
ject, the juniors also handled the concessions at our football and basketball games.
On November l6, the juniors presented a very successful three-act comedy called, "Saved By
the Belle", under the direction of Miss Harriett Baker. The play meant lots of hard work, but lots
of fun and pleasant memories, too.
The last big event of the year was the annual Junior-Senior Prom, where the juniors gave
their guests, the seniors, faculty, and the school board, an evening of pleasure and enjoyment,
the last of its kind to be staged in the old school gym.
SPONSORED BY TH. HANSON 81 SON
Speed Demon "Rick"
Miss Menard: class sponsor
Why so sober, Donna?
KNOTTY PINE CAFE
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Front Row-C. Schlumboum, K. Goettsch, M. J. Wittrock, H. McDermott, S. Daugaard, W. Agnew, L.
Wiese, S. Conover, L. Kistenmacher.
Middle Row-M. A. Arp, B. Schulz, T. Petersen, H. Timmerman, D. Ewoldt, D. Porterfield, L. A. Bumann, M.
L. Kolb, M. Lembcke.
Back Row-M. Vohs, M. Schroeder, B-. Carstens, B. Weber, C. Leonard, L. Schroeder, D. Krambeck, R. Hintz,
Z. A. McCubbin, D. Conover.
The Sophomores organized in the tall under the leadership of Mrs. Jatho, choosing
for their class officers-Shirley Dauigaard, President, William Agnew, Vice-President,
Harold McDermott, Secretary-Treasurer.
Their curriculum this year gave them a wider selection of subjects and an oppor-
tunity to search out new paths of learning. The first week ot school found them partici-
pating in the following classes: English, world history, biology, advanced algebra, business
training, and speech.
Almost the entire class of 28 took part in the athletic program of the school, while
the success of the band, glee clubs, pep club, and The Hilarity may be traced in part to
the loyalty of the sophomore members.
All in all, our school is proud of its lOth graders and will be happy to welcome them
as next year's juniors.
SPONSORED BY THE FARMERS' ELEVATOR CO.
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Imagine Cal wanting a higher
Maxine 'fried to hold the 'house up
SPONSORED BY C. F. BESORE AND
KING AND BLEASDELL
First Row-R. Batho, D. Leonard, D. Wirkus, D. Geske, N. Nelson, M. L. Schubert, I. Ewoldt, B. Breyfogle,
Second Row-M. Schroeder, G. Ruhser, F. Kruse, R. Bergmann.
Third Row-C. Petersen, D. Ruhlow, D. Bauer, D. Blenner, D. Gries, S. Bergmann, L. Leckband, N. Wieland,
Fourth Row-M. Dittmer, J. Schroeder, K. Obitz, L. Schuett, J. Lenz, D. Lund, G. Gerber, J. Werner
'You can always tell a freshman by his looks.' This was especially true on Hobo Day.
Although this year's freshmen were not smeared with cosmetics, they were still very dis-
tinguished by the costumes they wore. Departing from tradition, the seniors decided to
let the freshmen do the work for once, and the freshies gave the whole high school a big
"feed" in the city park. The food was solicited from the people of Holstein and what a
"feed" it was.
Later the freshmen were guests of the seniors at the annual dance, held especially
to help them feel formally initiated into high schoolroutine.
The freshmen have participated actively in athletic events and were runnerups in
the lda County Junior High Boys' Basketball Tournament.
lt's the good-natured freshmen that helps keep the school spirit alive.
SPONSORED sv DICKZS TAvERN
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Bonnie's all dressed up for
Ma ry Lou wants
My! what big eyes you have
Schubert and Petersen
James swings it
Take your pick,
Loren, tractor or dog
Going someplace, Marlene?
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S Middle Row-A noisy fad: boots-o pretty fad: jackets-cooking class cigoiri.
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First Row-L. Pfalzgraf, D. Gebers, M. Kreutz, S. Miller, D. Irwin, B. Scott, K. Rice, M. Thompson, H. Arp, G.
Galvin, D. Goettsch.
Second Row-B. Bleasdell, J. Conover, D. Prosch, D. Schuett, M. Goettsch, S. Michaelsen, J. Carstens, J. Ar-
miger, D. Conover, J. McCubbin.
Third Row-V. Schuett, K. Walker, R. Martin, O. Hueschen, M. Lohff, R, Ewoldt, D. Green, S. Scott, D.
Walker, M. Bumann.
Fourth Row-M. McCubbin, E. Heilrnan, D. Branco, S. King, H. Bachmann, V. Kiesling, D. Meier.
W SEVENTH GRADE
Front Row-C. Noneman, G. Breyfogle, J. Clausen, C. Vollmar, J. Bleasdell, H. Leonard, D. Freese, L. Meyer,
A. Cipperly, P. Nelson, O. Thompson, W. Nelson, R. Schuett.
Second Row-R. Fritz, E. Bachmann, L. Bumann, D. Werner, W. Jensen, L. Schuett, J. Lohtt, J. Rolfs, J. Obitz,
J. Moser, M. Wagner, K. Kruse, G. Leonard, J. Cole, N. Janssen, W. Buell. -
Third Row-R. Hass, W. Reineke, R. Libke, B. Will, H. Putnam, M. Goettsch, C. Dittmer, V. Leckband, M.
Leonard, L. Schroeder, S. Scherner. '
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The achievements of the junior
high were very noticeable this year,
not only because of their very good
athletic season, but also a very fine
academic year. The junior high
football team won two of six games.
The boys' basketball team won
twelve of their nineteen games
and were runner up to Odebolt
in the Maple Valley Basketball
Tournament. Noon-hour basket-
ball games also were enjoyed
throughout the winter and one of
the highlights of this program was
a win over the freshman team. The
junior high girl's team played ten
games, winning five.
Holstein grabbed top honors
at the Ida County Spelling Contest
by placing Martin Lohff, Shirley
Michaelsen, and Jerry Jean Cole in
first, second, and third places res-
A number of junior high stu-
dents participated in band. Truly,
they are quite capable of entering
into their senior education at Hol- . T
Front Row-R. Schuett, G. Breyfogle, V. Schuett, B. Bleasdell,
D. Gebers, W. Nelson, J. Bleasdel, D. Goettsch, D. Branco,
R. Fritz, V. Kiesling.
Second Row-Mr. Gerber Ccoachl, R. Libke, W. Buell, G. Leon-
ard, R. Ewoldt, M. Lohff, K. Walker, H. Arp, R. Martin, O.
Hueschen, H. Leonard, K. Kruse, C. Vollmar.
Third Row-J. Clausen, E. Bachmann, W. Jensen, L. Meyer,
M. McCubbin, R. Hass, G. Galvin, D. Meyer, O. Thompson.
Fourth Row-C. Noneman, R. Will, L. Bumann, H. Bachmann,
E. Hellman, W. Reineke, L. Pfalzgraf, S. King, J. Langland,
j BOYS' BASKETBALL
Front Row-J. Clausen, H. Leonard, R. Hass, K. Kruse, D.
Bronco, K. Walker.
Back Row-H. Arp, R. Martin, O. Hueschen, D. Gebers, H.
Putnam, R. Ewoldt, ,
' GIRLS' BASKETBALL
Front Row-P. Nelson,iL. Schroeder, D. Werner, S. Miller, S
Scott, N. Janssen.
Back Row-M. Kreutz, 'J. Carstens, V. Leckband, S. Michael-
sen, M. Leonard.
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Front Row-D. Hammer, W. Saxon, C. Breyfogle, J. Lasher, N. Michaelsen, C. Pfalzgraf, J. Meyer, M. Stone-
king, K. Conover, D. Gerber, D. Kolb.
Second Row-C. Conover, R. Jensen, M. Kruse, D. Gries, D. Bochmann, D. Goettsch, L. Wilson, A. Ewoldt.
Third Row-Miss Mohr, L. Glawe, R. Fritz, F. Bienlien, G. Hueschen, S. Curtis, L. Meyer, R. Clausen, M. Mc
Bride, J. Cipperly.
Front Row-D. Ashmore, J. Scott, J. Breyfogle, J. Williams, V. Frahm, M. Loof, S. Madsen, H. Butcher, D.
Sorensen, L. Thompsen.
Second Row-Patsy Keitges, Patrick Keitges, R. Hintz, V. Bumann, J. Rolfs.
Third Row-S. Blackmer, B. Timmerman, J. Leonard, M. A. Jensen, J. J. Dittmer, L. Kruse, W. Ehlers, L. Berg-
mann, B. lrwin, R. Bergmann, M. Goettsch, Miss Jones.
Fourth Row-C. Conover, L. Leinbaugh, R. Lorenzen, R. Bagenstos, D. Fritz, R. Ellerbusch, R. Goettsch, R. Mc
Bride, G. A. Will, R. Meier. '
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Front Row-B. Blackmer, W. Conover, C. Goettsch, M. Niemeier, N. Henrichsen, R. Scott, L. Meyer, S. Jan-
ssen, D. Hueschen, J. Leckband, M. Jensen, Miss Streed.
Middle Row-P. Vohs, S. Timmerman, L. Timmerman, L. Ehlers, M. Bumann. I
Back Row-D. Thompsen, K. Butcher, L. Schuett, D. Rice, L. Reineke, K. Leonard, H. Kruse, A. Hass, D. Ash-
more, K. Barghols, L. Schumacher, M. Schubert, J. Hansen.
THIRD GRADE T
Front Row-S. Ploeger, J. Ewoldt, K. Wyatt, M. Hass, S. L. Wagner, W. Armiger, J. Perkins, J. Jochims, B.
Schmidt, M. E. Knuth.
Second Row-D. Gerber, T. Mohr, R. Kraai, D. Clausen, R. Kelley, A. Meyer, C. Putensen, M. Vohs. ,
Third Row-N. Kolb, W. Nelson, S. Hahne, D. Breyfogle, L. Clausen, M. Ladewig, E. Bochmann, L. Timmer-
man. ' '
Fourth ROWQL. Bergmann, N. Vickery, R. Madsen, D. Fritz, B. Christiansen, C. Hanson, W. Meyer, C. Pfalg-
graf, D. Butcher, J. Kolb, Mrs. Ashmore. '
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SECOND GRADE .
Front Row-J. Jochims, B. L. Olson, S. Madsen, D. Thompson, D. Lohff, F. Janssen, J. Sass, O. Armiger, W.
Putnam, K. Michaelsen, C. Lingle.
Second Row-D. Moller, M. J. Mohr, D. Hauser, G. Johnson, D. Bienlien, L. Wilson.
Third Row-F. Goettsch, J. Bye, E. Cipperly, D. Timmerman, E. Kaus, T. Keitges, J. Thomas, G. Perkins, D.
Gellert, K. Krull, M. Christiansen.
Fourth Row-V. Droegmiller, K. Giesen, D. Bochman, N. Kelley, D. Eberhard, H. Ehlers, W. Rolfs, J. Johann-
sen, D. Breyfogle.
Front Row-J. Cipperley, R. Ludvigson, F. Ewoldt, R. Meyer, C. Reimer, M. Conover, B. McCubbin, P. Niemeier,
D. Breyfogle, C. Meyer, J. Kaus, G. Droegmiller.
Second Row-M. Kelley, M. Burkhardt, D. Hass, C. Bergmann, B. Fajman, J. Wagner. N
Third Row-B. Bruning, A. Loot, D. Vohs, J. Clausen, H. Freese, V. Kaster, J. Heitmann, J. Goettsch, C. Witt-
rock, O. Reineke, L. Clausen. .
Back Row-D. Bye, M. Beyer, D. Ehlers, J. Michalicek, L. Vesgavard, R. D. Timrnerman, G. Weiland, S. Wiese,
Miss Roberts. . F
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Front Row-S. Blockmer, M. Gehrts, C. Miller, R. Bauman, K. Hahne, J. Bochmonn, S. Boysen, Mrs. Fahan.
Middle Row-D. Cipperly, G. Giesen, J. Beyer, L. Eberhard, J. Johonnsen, B. Ericksen, B. Agnew, W. Loot, D.
Back Row-D. Goettsch, R. Ploeger, D. Rohlk, C. Beyer, D. Schroeder, L. Timmerman, R. Clausen, M. Brosamle,
L. Jons, B. Thompson, D. Fick, R. Ewoldt.
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Front Row-W. Leinbough, J. Hansen, B. Bergmann, H. Droegmiller, R. Nicklos, G. Schuett, B. Brosamle, G.
Putensen, M. Meyer, S. Wilson, J. Hansen, J. Williams, Mrs. Fohon.
Middle Row-J. Meyer, J. Voge, M. Hueschen, B. Lodewig, D. Fritz, L. Ruhlow, D. Sinns, S. Slchuett.
Bock Row+C. Leonard, J. Soueressig, G. Ruhser, R. Ehlers, L. Hueschen, S. Fell, N. Schmidt.
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Front Row-H. Arp, M. Wiese, W. Fahan, L. Munz, J. Lenz, D. Ruhser, W. Bienlien, W. Rickard, W. Kastner,
Second Row-D. Earnest, G. Ehler, J. Sindt, E. Gehrts, C. Leonard, D. Schroeder, J. Rochau, E. Blenner, L.
Schroeder, A. Kay, F. Ruhlow.
Third Row-K. Goettsch, D. Leonard, K. Obitz, D. Wirkus, D. Goettsch, W. Agnew, T. Petersen, D. Ruser, R.
Batho, W. Schulz.
Fourth Row-J. Werner, R. Bergmann, G. Gerber, D. Ewoldt, R. Petersen, O. Miller, H. McDermott, D. Lund,
As we turn the pages of our diary, we recall our football team which
won most of its games with the spirit and determination which had seldom
been seen against such odds. The "greenies" came through with a 5-2-l
Ecard, which is evidence of the splendid job of coaching done by Coach
V. Friedrichsen, D. Porterfield, Mgr.
ior end-6' 4"il70 lbs.
. . . Capable blocker ana
pass receiver . . . specia-
Iized in stopping end run.
. . . .lack NOrth's All-State
Honor Roll . . . Co-Cap-
tain . . . 2nd H.
HAROLD ARP-senior halt-
back-5' 7"-l3O lbs.
. . . light aggressive player
. . . handicapped by early
season injury .... Jack
North's All-State Honor Roll
. . Co-Captain . . . 2nd l--
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HOLSTEIN vs. GALVA
Holstein had no trouble subduing Galva,
4l-6. It was not a real test for Holstein, although
there was some speculation before the game as
to whether the Pirates would win or not. lt was
the beginning of the spirit and teamwork which
was to dominate most of the games thereafter.
HOLSTEIN vs. ALTA
An outstanding Holstein line ran the Cy-
clones ragged and the Pirates lead throughout
the game until the last few minutes when they
were tied at i2 all. An outstanding feature
was Holstein's line which repeatedly opened
large holes in the Cyclones line to let the pint-
sized Pirate backs through for formidable yard-
senior tackle-5' 9"-l80
lbs .... switcihed from
center to tackle early part
of season . . . filled posi-
tion well . . . Jack North's
All-State Honor Roll . . .
Tye's All-Northwest Iowa
First Team . . . 2nd H.
LYLE MUNZ-senior guard
-6'-l75 lbs .... ex-
cellent blocker and rough
defensive man . . . liked
to break up plays in oppon-
ent's backfield . . . Jack
North's All-State Honor
Roll . . . 3rd H.
MARVIN WIESE-s e n i o r
fullback-5' 8"-l6O lbs.
. . . speedy back on end
runs . . . good downfield
blocker . . . reliable de-
fensive player . . . 3rd H.
center-6' 4"-23l lbs.
. . . big aggressive player
. . . frequently overran
other centers and caused
many of opponent's fumbles
. . . 2nd H. ,
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HOLSTEIN vs. MOVILLE
An underdog Holstein team defeated tav-
ored Moville, l9-l2. lt was a hard-fought con-
test and an interception by Ruhlow saved the
game from a possible tie. The opponents threat-
ened our goal line with just a few minutes left,
but they failed to score.
HOLSTEIN vs. lIDA GROVE
Ida Grove's all-senior aggregation had
trouble subduing a spirited Pirate team, 25-7.
The Pirates lead the Hawks, 7-6 in the third
quarter. ln the last quarter, lda Grove dominated
the play by scoring three touchdowns on end
halfback-5' 7"-l45 lbs.
. . . tough line plunger
with plenty of drive . . .
switched from right to left
half when Schneckloth in-
jured ankle . . . defensive
halfback . . . 2nd H.
JAMES SINDT-senior tac-
kle-5' lO"-l45 lbs. re-
liable blocker and defensive
throughout season by sever-
ol injuries . . . lst H.
guard-5' ll"-165 lbs.
player . . . opened large
holes in opponent's line
. . . .intelligent player on
offense . . .2nd H.
tackle-5' ll"-190 lbs.
. . . plenty of power and
drive . . . broke through
opposition frequently . . .
hard hitting, dependable
blocker . . . 2nd H.
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HOLSTEIN vs. ONAWA
With an opportunity to beat a team ranked
eighth in Northwest Iowa, Holstein did just
that, edging Onawa, 18-14. A "green" Pirate
team showed a veteran Onawa team what spirit
and determination can do for a ballclub. It
was a perfect Homecoming night and the last
game on the Holstein gridiron in 1949.
HOLSTEIN vs. CORRECTIONVILLE
After a two-week period without a game,
the Pirates let off their steam on C'viIIe and
came home with a 59-6 victory. The second
string showed great promise for the future by
displaying their scoring punch in the second half.
DON SCHNECKLOTH -
junior halfback-5' 4"-
I4O lbs. . . . speedy and
slippery . . . good down-
field blocker and defensive
man . . . valuable mem-
ber for '50 eleven . . .
ior quarterback-6' 1"-
1 5 O lbs ..., deceptive
ball handler . . . reliable
passer and defensive half
. . . good veteran for next
yeor's squad . . . 2nd H.
ior utility back-5' 9"-
165 lbs .... adept ball
carrier and good punt re-
turner . . . played defen-
sive halfback . . . lots of
good playing left for him
. . . lst H.
guard-5' 9"-160 lbs
. . . all around team player
rugged blocker and defen-
tackle on defense . . .
valuable veteran for '50
eleven . . . 2nd H.
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HOLSTEIN vs. KINGSLEY
An overconfident Holstein team escaped
with her pride almost lost when she defeated a
"hot" Kingsley eleven by one point, 34-33.
Earnest did a good job of replacing Schneckloth,
who was injured in the first quarter, even
though he had never played that position before.
and left guard-5' 9"-
I45 lbs .... handled both
positions equally well . . .
rugged blocker and depend-
able defensive player . . .
hard hitter on offense . .
defense . . . Ist H.
ALVIN KAY-junior right DELAINE SCHROEDER-
junior end-6' I"-I45
lbs .... precision blocker
and determined tackler
also played backfield on
HOLSTEIN vs. ODEBOLT
Holstein showed very little of the spirit that
had been such a common element in her pre-
vious games. A large crowd was on hand to see
tihe Pirates take a 40-O beating. The only excit-
ing event of the game was a long run by our
fullback, Marv Wiese.
Despite the two losses the Pirates suffered,
Coach Kraai can be proud of the team he devel-
oped out of four veterans and a group of "green-
horns." We wish him the best of luck next year.
omore left tackle-5' IO"
-I 5 5 lbs .... Opened
many holes in 0pponent's
line . . . rugged blocker
and defensive player . . .
experienced lineman for
next two years . . . lst H.
end-6' -l7O lbs ....
sliced through opponent's
line repeatedly and broke
up offense before it devel-
oped . . .Ist H.
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Front Row-F. Rahlow, L. Munz, W. Bienlien, O. Miller, W. Rickard, A. Kay.
Back Row-C. Leonard, D. Schroeder, J. Lenz, L. Schroeder, D. Goettsch, M. Wiese.
Front Row-K. Goettsch, D. Schneckloth, M. Wiese, D. Earnest, W. Schulz, D. Leonard.
Middle Row-G. Ehler, A. Kay, D. Goettsch, C. Leonard, F. Rahlow, D. Porterfield Cmgr.J.
Back Row-L. Munz, L. Schroeder, W. Bienlien, O. Miller, D. Schroeder, J. Lenz, W. Rickard, Absent, W. Kast-
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4"-senior center . . .
did a good job of rebound-
ing this season . . . isn't
easily excited in a close
points . . . 3rd H.
I" junior guard . . . alert
. . . outstanding on de-
fense . . . fast-breaker and
deceptive passer . . . hit
the hoop for 289 points
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ORVILLE MILLER-6' 4"
-senior center . , . used
his height to great advan-
tage . . . good rebounder
and defensive player. . .
DEAN GOETTSCH-5' 7"
- junior forward . . .
played most of season on
second team . . . good
dribbler and passer . . Ist H.
1"-junior utility forward
. . . adept ball handler
. . . specialized in bounce
passing . . . lst H.
6'-sophomore center . . .
second team player . . .
shows promise for the fu-
ture . . . all-around team
player . . . 1st H.
1O"'-Sophomore g u a r d
reliable reboundei and
passer . . . lst H.
CALVIN LEONA RD-5'
. . . second teamster . . .
Meriden --- ----35
Aurelia --- ----30
Anthon ..... ...- 3 9
Galva ........ ---- 2 7
Correctionville --- ----34
Danbury ...... ...- 1 1
Kingsley .... .--- 4 3
Meriden ..-- ----2O
Quimby --- ----46
Danbury --- ----28
Galva ....... .... 5 5
Odebolt ...... .... 3 7
Battle Creek -- .... 42
Arthur ...... .... 5 5
Alta --- ------ ,---35
Correctionyille --.. ----47
Danbury ..... .... 3 1
Kingsley ...... .... 4 3
SECTIONAL TOURN EY
C1he ro kee .................... ....
man center -- s-econd
team jump shot artist . . .
valuable rebouncler and
passer . . . 1st H.
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Front Row-D. Portertield, R. Botho, D. Ruser, W. Weber, T. Petersen, R. Hintz, K. Obitz, W. Agnew, C.
Schubert, D. Wirkus.
Bock Row-G. Gerber, H. McDermott, J. Werner, R. Bergmann, E. Blenner, R. Petersen, D. Ewoldt, R. Enclrulot,
1 . YV., ,. Y.,
FRESHMAN SQUAD C
Front Row-R. Botho, D. Ruser, K. Obitz, D. Wirkus, D. Leonard.
Buck Row-G. Gerber, J. Werner, J. Lenz, R. Bergmann, D. Lund.
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Front Row-D. Schneckloth, H. McDermott, M. Wiese, W. Rickard, W. Bienlien, W. Fahan, H. Arp, W. Kast-
Sgcond Row-K. Goettsch, W. Schulz, R. Petersen, D. Schroeder, D. Ruhser, L. Munz, C. Schubert, R. Endrulat,
Qhiliduslgclgyv-R. Batho, D. Goettsch, A. Kay, E. Ehler, G. Gerber, W. Agnew, F. Ruhlow, D. Portertield, D. Leon-
lcgbililrth Row-C. Leonard, H. Tirnmerman, D. Ewoldt, L. Schroeder, J. Lenz, E. Blenner, T. Petersen, D. Lund.
The Pirate thinclads did not fare so well in the to re part of the season, not only because of loss of men
through graduation, but also because of a late start in the spring.
ln the Sioux City Relays, Rickard and Bienlien tied for second in the high jump with four other contes-
tants and this high-jump tie was our only point-getter.
SPONSORED BY KERSLAKE SUNDRIES AND MOSER IMPLEMENT
Finish of the class B lOO-yard dash at Holstein Relays. Danbury wins the open mile at Holstein Relays
The Pirate cindermen collected a total of 3 and one fifth points in the Holstein Relays through the
efforts of the two mile relay team CEndrulat-Ehler-Agnew-Schubertl, which placed fifth, and Rickard, who
tied with four other jumpers for third, fourth, and fifth place in the high jump.
At the Pocahontas meet, which was held April 21, Holstein garnered 3h points. Rickard tied for fourth
in the high-jump with several other entries, while Ehler placed fourth in the broad jump.
The Tomahawk Relays, held on April 22, at Cherokee, was a class "A" meet and the "B" relays did
not count in the scoring. Holstein placed fourth in the 880-yard relay fWiese-Bienlien-Rickard-Fahanl, sec-
ond in the mile relay tFahan-Arp-Ehler-Bienlienl, and fifth in the football throw. Ruhser and Kastner have been
throwing the shot, but as yet haven't placed.
The Ida County Meet, an annual affair on the Holstein track, was postponed from April 25 to May l0
because of bad weather.
The boys are expected to improve as the season progresses and should give a good account of them-
selves in the local meets and the "B" meets coming up.
SPONSORED BY THE FARMERS CO-OP AND THE HOLSTEIN LUMBER CO.
Left-to-right-Shirley Wiese, Jean Kolb CQueenl, La Vaughn Lill
Front Row--P. Ellerbusch, Z. McCubbin, L. Scherner, J. Brodersen, J. Kolb, D. Breyfogle, E. Gebers, L LII
Middle Row-N. Nelson, S. Dougoord, F. Kruse, F. Bumonn, J. Lemke, M. Wolker, D. Krombeck, L. Leckbcind
Bock Row-C. Schlumboum, M. Vohs, M. Arp, S. Bergmann, Morlene Schroeder, G. Ruhser, B. Corstens N
Weilcmd, M. Schubert, Betty Bremer lMgrl.
Meriden --- ..,..... -- 55
Anthon .... 61
Golvo ........ 37
Correctionville -- 38
Kingsley -.... 54
Golvo ...... 58
Odebolt ...... 57
Bottle Creek -- 73
Arthur ..... -.- 66
Correctionville -- 77
Bottle Creek ......... . .--.-.--- ---- - --67
MAPLE VALLEY TOURNAMENT
Arthur ....................... ..--. - --59
Golvo .......-........m.. ..-.----- - --43
Grond Meodow .................... ---53
' ' 54
Correctlonvllle .....-............ -
Kingsley ................. .....
Charter Ook .......... .- .........
Sloon 1 ........ .................. - --44
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LA VAUGHN LlLL-sen-
ior guard and 2 year letter
winner-showed ability in
ball handling . . . good re-
bounder and hard-working
guard . . . snatching ball
from forward while in mid-
dle of a dribble was her
speciality . . . wi ll be
greatly missed in next year's
line-up . . . Jack North's
All State Honor Roll . . .
post forward and'2 year
letter winner-her height
and pivot-shot a bi l it i e s
proved to be a great asset
to the team . . . high
point scorer for the season
and averaged 22.1 points
per game. . .Jiack
North's All-State H o n o r
Roll . . .
JEAN KOLB-senior for-
ward and 4 year letter win-
ner-has been a valuable
asset to the squad all four
years, playing forward three
years and guard in her soph-
omore year . . . she is an
accurate set shot and neat
passer . . . she has a to-
tal of 143 points this sea-
son . . .
post guard and 2 year let-
ter winner - fast moving
and hard-working defensive
player . . . valuable re-
bounder . . . interception
is her speciality . . .
ior guard and l year letter
winner-was her first year
of experience and she prov-
ed herself very capable of
holding her forward down
. . .she will be missed
at the guard position next
year . . .
forward and 2 year letter
artist . . . gained valuable
experience by being in
starting line-up in several
games . . . will be lst
team material for next
year's squad . . .
forward and 3 year letter
winner-all round good
player . . . deceptive pass-
er . . . accurate set shot
artist . . . has a fast drive-
in-shot . . . collected 324
points and made 52727 of
her gift shots . . . Jack
North's All-State Honor
Roll . .
guard and 2nd year letter
winner . . . has ability in
tying up forward and shows
promise of developing into
lst team material by next
season . . .
SPONSORED BY THE HOLSTEIN PRODUCE AND HATCHERY PAGE FORTY-NINE
JOELLE LEMKE-j u n io r
guard and lst year letter
and good ball-handler . . .
will be used in next year's
line-up. . .
ZOE ANN MC CUBBIN-
sophomore guard and l
year letter winner-had her
first experience on lst team
this year . . . aggressive
player and good ball-hand-
ler .... will be used in
next year's line-up . .
MAXINE SCHROEDER -
sophomore forward and 2
year letter winner-fast
and hard driving front for-
ward . . . good rebounder
. . . shows promise of fu-
ture strength on Piratettes
team . . .
DONNA LU CONOVER-
sophomore forward and one
year letter winner-has an
accurate left hand shot . .
shows signs of a bright
future in basketball . . .
SUMMARY OF 1950 GIRLS' BASKETBALL
- PIRATETTES SEASON PLAY
After only a few weeks of practice, the Piratettes opened the season with a loss to the
high-scoring Meriden six by a score of 55-70. They then
6l-22. Next they met Galva and took another defeat by a
and Kingsley and another loss to Meriden followed. Then
and Galva. The latter had not been defeatd by Holstein
whizzed by Anthon to the tune of
score of 37-55. A win over C'Ville
came a duet of wins over Quimby
in the last few years. Then they'
traveled to Odebolt to defeat the undefeated Trojanettes by a score of 57-58. The Pir-
atettes wrapped up the season with four successive wins over Battle Creek, Arthur, C'Ville
and again Battle Creek. 'lhe season's record tallied lO wins to 3 defeats in the regular sched-
The Piratettes came out on top in the first round of the Maple Valley Tournament at
Battle Creek with a win over Arthur by a score of 59-38. The next night gave them a glorious
win Over Galva by a thrilling score of 43-4l, and brought home their first trophy of the
They then journeyed to Kingsley to take part in the Sectional Tournament. Again they
came out on top by defeating Grand Meadow, C'ViIle and in the finals, Kingsley. This made
a second trophy for them and a trip to the District Tournament where Holstein had not been
represented since l946. Holstein fell to the powerful Charter Oak sextet in the first round
but came back and took Consolation honors by defeating Sloan in the finals. That made a
third trophy for the Piratettes. A fourth was added when they received the Maple Valley
Conference trophy, having won the highest percentage of games in the Maple Valley Con-
ference during the season. With the accurate shooting of Joan Broderson, Doris Breyfogle,
Jean Kolb, and Patsy Ellerbusch and the powerful defensive work of La Vaughn Lill, Evelyn
Gebers and Louise Scherner, the Piratettes had a grand total of lo wins and 4 losses to end
a very successful season of fine play. The average number of points netted per game was 54.
PAGE FIFTY SPONSORED BY THE FORD LOCKER SERVICE AND VOLLMAR FARMS
First Row-left to right-Donna Conover, Janet Kolb, Jean Kolb, Mary Lou
Kolb, Shirley Daugaard, Mary Vohs. V
Second Row-James Bleasdell, Craig Vollmar, Kenneth Walker, Darlene
Prosch, Martin Ldhtt, Joan Brodersen, Carol Schlumbaum, Shirley Scott,
Nancy Janssen, Marilyn Wagner, Joyce Obitz.
Third Row-Willis Buell, Sam King, Mary Ann Kreutz, Donna Ruhlow, Betty
Scott, Dorcas Geske, Kenneth Kruse, LaVonne Schuett, Robert Batho, Mar-
Fourth Row-Donna Jensen, LaVaughn Lill, Robert Bleasdell, Shirley Miller,
Normadyne Wieland, Mary Dau, Mary Jane Leonard, Patsy Ellerbusch,
Shirley Michaelson, Maxine Schroeder. T
Fifth Row-Pfhyllis Bergmann, Darlene Schuett, Darlene Bremer, Maxine
Hanshon, Robert Martin, Harold McDermott, William Agnew, Calvin
Leonard, Francis Ruhlow.
Sixth Row-Loren Schuett, Mary Walker, Florence Kruse, Otto Hueschen,
Evelyn Gebers, Judee Bagenstos, Robert Endrulat, Joelle Lemke.
PAGE FIFTY TWO SPONSORED BY HANSEN FUNERAL HOME AND THE HANSEN FURNITURE STORE
GIRLS' JUNIOR-SENIOR CHORUS
Front Row-B. Wittrock, M. Wilson, D. Bremer, F. Bumann, S. Wiese, B. Rochau, J. Myrtue,
D. Leckband, T. Ehrp, D. Jensen.
Middle Row-L. Lill, P. Ellerbusch, Janet Kolb, M. Dau, J. Lemke, J. Bagenstos, S. Pfalzgraf,
B. Bremer, R. Kistenmacher.
Back Row-M. Hanshon, L. Scherner, J. Brodersen, D. Breyfogle, M. Walker, Jeanne Kolb,
E. Gebers, P. Bergmann.
Under the direction of Mrs. Kuchel, the Girls' Chorus reorganized this year into two
groups, one group composed of seniors and juniors, and the other of sophomores and fresh-
men. From these two groups thirty-two were chosen as the chorus group to enter the Pre-State
contest at Sutherland on April l5, l95O. Although they were hampered by the fact that they
had few practices together, the chorus still turned in a creditable performance and received
a Division ll rating. The songs chosen by the group were "But The Lord" and "Swiss Skiing
Song." These songs were also presented at the Spring Concert.
After the Spring Contest a mixed chorus was formed by combining selected voices from the
boys' and girls' choruses. This group presented selections at Baccalaureate services.
GIRLS' FRESHMEN-SOPHOMORE CHORUS
Front Row-C. Kolb, D. Geske, D. Conover, M. Kolb, M. Vohs, Z. A. McCubbin, B. Carstens,
M. Schroeder, S. Conover, N. Nelson
Middle Row-D. Ruhlow, M. Wittrock, L. Wiese, S. Bergmann, F. Kruse, M. Schroeder, L.
Bumann, G. Ruhser, B. Breyfogle, C. Schlumbaum.
Back Row-M. Lembcke, D. Gries, M. Schubert, C. Petersen, L. Leckband, D. Krarnbeck, D.
Blenner, N. Weiland, J. Schroeder, D. Bauer. I
SPONSORED BY JESSE LEONARD AND WARREN CURTIS
Cront Row-D. Leonard, R. Batho, W. Weber, D. Porterfield, W. Kastner, C. Leonard, W. Agnew, L. Kisten-
Middle Row--W. Schulz, G. Gerber, R. Bergmann, H. McDermott, J. Werner, K. Obitz, D. Wirkus.
Back Row-D. Lund, D. Ewoldt, L. Schuett, D. Ruhser, L. Munz, J. Sindt.
' The Qifls' sextette gave a very fine performance at the Pre-State Contest at Correctionville, and re-
Celved a I rating, with their numbers "Night Song" and "Chit-Chat." Appearing again at Storm Lake, the sex-
tette captured o ll rating.
SPONSORED BY TYRRELL STUDIO
Left-to-right-Judee Bagenstos, Jean Kolb, Maxine Hansahn, Betty Bremer, LaVaughn Lill, Donna Conover.
Front Row-D. Geske, M. Arp, M. Vohs, D. Conover, P. Ellerbusch, L. M,inz, Jenn Kolb, J. Bagensios, J. Brod-
ersen, Z. McCubbin, S. Daugaard, S. Conover.
Second Row-T. Ehrp, L. Wiese, R. Kistenmucher, C. Petersen, B. Rochau, G. Ruhser, L. Bcimann, M. Schroe-
der, F. Kruse, M. Hansohn, D. Ewoldt, M. Dau, M. Schroeder, D. Jensen.
Third Row-M. Lembcke, J. Myrtue, D. Gries, L. Lill, D. Leckband, N. Weiland, Janet Kolb, B. Carstens,
D. Blenner, M. Dittmer, S. Bergmann, D. Bremer, S. Wiese, B. Breyfogle.
Back Row-l. Ewoldt, B. Bremer, D. Earnest, W. Schulz, C. Leonard, J. Lemke, J. Sindt, M. Walker, D.
Krambeck, D. Breyfogle, E. Gebers, L. Scherner, P. Bergmann, M. Kolb.
This year, the pep club re-organized with the following officers: Jean Kolb, president,
Judee Bagenstos, vice-president, and Lyle Munz, Secretary and Treasurer. Donna Lu Con-
over, Zoe Ann McCubbin, Patsy Ellerbusch, and Joan Broclersen were chosen as regular
cheerleaders, and Donna Jensen and Shirley Daugaard were selected as alternates.
The Pep Club's chief aims were to arouse greater interest and better loyalty in support of
athletic contests, To promote this, the club sponsored pep meetings preliminary to all home
Highlights of the clu'o's activities were the sponsoring of homecoming activities in the
fall and activities of the spring track meets.
During the year the Pep Club purchased new cheerleading outfits for the Cheerleaders and
sold Black Pirate pencils.
MAJORETTES CHEERLEADERS '
J. Brodersen, Jean Kolb, Janet Kolb, S. Daugaard, M. Donna Conover, Joan Brodersen, Zoe Ann McCubbin
Kolb, D. Conover, M. Vahs. Patsy Ellerbusch.
PAGE FIFTY-SIX SPONSORED BY BARGl-lOL'S HOLSTEIN HATCHERY AND THE JOURNAL-TRIBUNE PUBLISHING CO.
On Floor-M, Lemke, M. Wilson, P. Ellerbusch.
Seated-H. McDermott, J. Sindt, R, Batho, C. Leonard, L. Munz, J. Myrtue, Janet Kolb, M. Dau, S. Daugaard,
D. Conover, M. Vohs, D. Jensen, L. Lill, J. Lemke.
Standing-Left to Right-D. Bremer, M. Dittmer, M. Kolb, S. Wiese, Jean Kolb, B. Bremer, P. Bergmann, L.
Bumann, N. Nelson, J. Bagenstos, D. Breyfogle, E. Gebers, M. Walker, J. Brodersen.
The Hilarity, our student paper, has a very capable staff of about 30 members, All staff
members are volunteers and each member contributes a part in the publication which comes
to us every two weeks. With Mr. Hanson as the supervisor, the first semester staff was heoded
by Jean Kolb and Jim Sindt. Co-editors for the second semester were Doris Breyfogle and La
This student sheet contains special features, editorials, sport news, gossip, jokes, grade
news, and regular news items of interest to the students and patrons of the school.
Front Row-Jean Kolb, LaVaughn Lill. Back Row-Doris Breyfogle, James Sindt.
SPONSORED BY JACK'S STEAK HOUSE AND THE GOLDEN RULE STORE PAGE FlFTY-SEVEN
JUNIOR PLAY CAST
Front Row-J. Myrtue, J. Kolb, J. Lemke, J. Brodersen, M. Dau, B. Rochau, T. Ehrp, P. Ellerbusch.
Back Row-A. Kay, W. Fahan, D. Breyfogle, M. Walker, E. Ehler, W. Kiesling, Miss Baker.
JUNIOR CLASS PLAY
SAVED BY THE BELLE
The setting is the den of the Aurora Sorority House at Stonehall College for Women. The
central character, Rita Powers, is an orphan who has been kept in school through the gener-
osity of her almost mythical Uncle Henry, who lives in New York and whom she rarely sees.
When Uncle Henry passes on, Rita discovers he was far from the millionaire she had
supposed him to be, and it looks as though she would have to forgo the balance of her ed-
ucation and leave school. But Uncle Henry has left Rita one bequest, and this "bequest"
turns up at the sorority house in the person of Jackie Clark, a young contender for the mid-
dle-weight championship, who is accompanied by his trainer, Slugger O'Day. Uncle Henry has
left his fifty percent interest in Jackie to Rita, but since both Jackie and Slugger are penniless,
the girls have to put them up in the garage while they train for their next fight. To explain
the presence to Mrs. Fish, the house mother, they are introduced as dancing teachers-with
highly omusing consequences. But Warren Sands, a young reporter enamored of Rita, learns
that the girls are hiding Jackie and Slugger, and threatens to expose them in his paper. To
prevent this, the girls kidnap Warren and hold him captive in the house. From here on out
complications really piled up, but of course they were overcome and all ended happily.
MitzieAWaIsh, full of sentimental and romantic ideas .-..L...- .,--, ...--, ,Theone Ehrp
Lulu Green, she knows all the answers L,............... .---. .... - ......., ,Janet Kolb
Harriet Show, very studious ---.- .............,,,.................... Joelle Lernke
Pudge Roberts, always eating -,...,., ,,., ,, ,,,c ,.,c-.----- , ,,,, , -- , ,... --, Bonnie Rochou
Mrs. Fish, housemother ,,-,,,--,.,-.,.-, .........L ,... ...e,,,.. , ,..... , D oris Breyfogle
Doris Carson, looks out for herself ,,..,.,,......,e.. - .... - ..,,,.,. D. JOyCe MYYTUG
Bonnie Harris, sweet and loyal e,,.c,,,............ - .,,........so . PGTSY Ellefbl-ISCI'1
Ginnie Ellis, athletic type ..,,,,...,......,,........-.-. e,,e---- - -JOCIV1 Brodersen
Rita Powers, our heroine .... - ......... .- .e....e ,. ..........Y,. W -.-.--- - MGVY DCU
Warren Sands, newspaper reporter ,,.,......,,....,...--., ----ee----Y-4 - AIVIVI KUY
Slugger O'Dciy, manager L-,,, ,,,,... ---LW ,...e,... - .... -A-....-W ...- WGYVWG KISSIIUQ
Jackie Clark, prize-fighter ..,,.ee........... ss...e-- ------- --------- B I I lie FGIIUU
Miss Baker, director, Mary Wolker, student director and the junior play cast were repaid
for their efforts-November I5 when the play was presented for the high and grade schools
and November I6 when they presented it for the public.
PAGE FIFTY-EIGHT SPONSORED BY VOHS-JOHNSON PRODUCE
SENIOR PLAY CAST
ated left to right-Wendell Kastner, Joan Carnes, Shirley Wiese, Donna Jensen, Francis Sokolowski
VICIIWQ-I-0Voughn Lill, Jean Kolb, James Sindt, Lyle Munz, Duane Ruhser, Judee Bagenstos, BSIIY Bremer
Dean Earnest, Miss Baker.
SENIOR CLASS PLAY
LOOK ME IN THE EYE
After a month of hard practice and lots of fun "Look 'Me In The Eye" was presented by
the seniors March 27 to the high and grade school and March 28 to the public. Miss Baker
assisted by LaVaughn Lill, brought the play to a very successful climax before both audiences.
Susie Sl'TllI'l1ef'S, the cook ,-----------q ------7---------- mgi-----H- - D Onno Jensen
Gideon Gumm, the gardener ....,, - --,-,------------Y-H--------- Frcnk Sokolowski
Lovice McLaurin, young wife ------ - H,--- - --,,,-------------- Y g,g--,A,4- -Jeqn Kolb
Kenneth McLaurin, young husband .,,-----g--g--,,---,---,.-----------Y Jim Sindt
Pernlclous Peters, the porter .L,... , ....,................. - .-.,., ---Wendell Kastner
Anemia Peters, his sister, the maid -...-
Francine I-loyt, a friend of the McLaurin5 ---------,------- -----, --, --Betty Bremer
Russell Logan, her fiancee ------------
Professor Paxton, a professional hypnotist .....---............---.--...... Lyle Munz
Rosita Gondelez, his fiancee ------------------ - --------------- -----Shirley Wiese.
Soppington Tuppy, Kenneth's Uncle -------------------........-- -.... D uane Ruhser
Tabitha Todd, Lovice's aunt --------- - --------- .... ..... -........ J u d ee Bogenstos
Lovice and Kenneth McLaurin stand to lose a fortune if Lovice's Aunt Tabitha and Ken's
Uncle Sappington, who are the bitterest of enemies, learn of their secret marriage. Lovice
writes her aunt that she has married an imaginary Thornas Mack, and Ken writes his uncle
that he has married a gal named Susie Jones. Immediately Uncle Sappy wires that he is on
his way to see the bride. Ignorant of the fact that Lovice has induced her bosom friend, Fran
to play the part of his wife, Ken procures the services of Rosita, a flaming actress, while Ken's
pal, Russ, an amateur hypnotist, hypnotizes the cook, leaving her under the delusion that she
is Ken's lawful bride. When Uncle Sappy arrives and finds three wives, he thinks his nephew
has started a harem. When Aunt Tabby suddenly enters, consternation reigns supreme. Lov-
ice has her aunt hypnotized as a Greek statue to keep her away from any possible meeting
with the hated Sappington. The twin Negro servants, Pernicious and Anemia, seeing her lying
under a sheet, think she is a "corpse." When Aunt Tabby suddenly rises and poses as "The
Flying Mercury," the terrified darkies do some flying on their own account. The play rollicks
at a galloping pace to a riotous climax, in which the two old enemies are brought together
in a surprising manner and all is forgiven.
SPONSORED BY C. E. CONOVER PAGE FIFTY NINE
The 7 Q prom
"The Junior-Senior Prom! Here at lastl" This was
a night to remember. On May 9, T949, the "USS Lux-
ury Liner" departed tor the land ot dreamy music with
Bob Calame and his orchestra. When our voyage had
reached the mid way mark, we stopped dancing to
crown the king and queen and award the door prizes.
Lyle Leinbaugh was crowned king and Vonita Bumannn
queen. The door prizes, two table model radios, were
won by Mrs. Bernice Kuchel and Mr. Ray Bagenstos.
Dancing continued, with refreshments and lounging
in the hall on the side, whichever the choice might be.
About ll:3O, we reached our destintation, and the ship
dropped anchor. The gangplank was lowered and we de-
parted leaving behind a night of perfect memories.
PAGE SIXTY SPONSORED BY THE GALVA RENDERING CO
SPONSORED BY CHUCK'S BODY SHOP AND THE MCGUIRE AUCTION CO, PAGE 5'XTY'ONE
September 20, i949
Hobo Day, a break from the traditional initiation, proved to be a great success.
Each freshman made a designated senior a paddle according to senior specifications. The
day previous to the event the freshies canvassed the town begging for food.
At noon the freshmen were transported down town in a cage-like corn crib and pulled by a
tractor. They made a colorful scene, each dressed to "out hobo" each other. Upon reaching
the Main Square, the hobo contestants were welcomed by a committee of townsmen, and given
a key to the city. Then they paraded before the judges stand where Queen Flor-
ence Kruse and King Jim Lenz were chosen as the outstanding hobos.
After the coronation each senior was presented with a paddle. Following several races, in
which seniors were escorted by freshies, all the high school students were invited to the park
for the "feed" furnished by the freshmen hobos. The "feed" consisted ot the loot of the
previous day: beans, sandwiches, potato chips, canned goods of all descriptions, cookies, cakes,
and dozens of other items.
At 7:30, the seniors were hosts at the traditional dance where stunts were performed by
the class of l953.
All in all, Hobo Day turned out to be a great day and thus the class of '53 truly became
a part ot Holstein High.
SPONSORED BY THE HOLSTEIN STATE BANK
'--- ---- '-W"-ri'--fr r' - M - -
Oct. 7, l949
The night was a typical October evening and a big event for Holstein. lt was Oct. 7, l949,
At the half of the Onawa game, Queen Jeanne Kolb, King Lyle Munz and their attendants,
Shirley Wiese, LaVaughn Lill, Wendell Kastner and James Sindt were feted at a colorful
coronation. The Queen received a dozen red roses and her attendants each received a cor-
To make the evening perfect for Homecoming fans, the Pirates won a tough l8-l4 game
over the traditional rivals from Onawa, while the queen along with her fair attendants
viewed the contest from her dais on the sidelines.
January l5, l95O
On this day the sociology class and the seniors traveled to Cherokee by bus to visit the
State Hospital for the Insane. Coach Kraai had made arrangements before hand so that a
planned tour was scheduled for us that morning.
First, we were taken to the auditorium where our host talked with us about the causes
of mental illness and the general nature of the institution. We toured the kitchen, the
laundry, the recreation room, the heating plant, and the hypo, the place where violent patients
are kept. lt was an interesting tour and many of us were surprised to find how self-sufficient
an institution of this type with its large number ot employees and patients really is.
QPONQORED ev DiERk's GARAGE, CORREGOUX GARAGE, BRUNING. REPAIR si-lop AND ROTHFORKS
STANDARD SERVICE. ' PAGE SIXTY THREE
. .D-.. . '
October I5, I949
Our group of twenty-six football boys left Holstein at 6:45, arriving in Ames at l2:30.
Before game time, we drove around and looked at the sorority and fraternity displays dec-
orating the lawns. At l:0O, we obtained tickets to see the game between Iowa State and
Kansas State at Clyde Williams Field. It proved to be a real thriller and a perfect Home-
coming for Iowa State, as they edged Kansas State 25-21.
March, 4, I95O
Des Moines, Iowa
The girls' basketball "A" squad left for Des Moines at 6 o'clock to see the state
tournament and arrived here about 9:30. The time between our arrival and dinner was spent
shopping and sightseeing. Part of our afternoon was also spent up town. At 4:00 we left
our hotel for the fieldhouse. We had a time trying to push ourselves inside the Drake field-
house, however the games were certainly worth watching. In the consolation round Winterset
took Mallard and in the final round Slater beat Kamrar for the I95O title.
March 24-25, l95O
Iowa City, Iowa
The boys' basketball "A" squad left Holstein on Friday about 7:l5 and arrived in
Iowa City about 2 o'clock in the afternoon. We went immediately to the fieldhouse to see
about sleeping arrangements and toured the downtown area. Friday night we saw the Ankeny
-Winfield game and the Dinsdale-Davenport tilt, with Ankeny and Davenport emerging
as the winners. Saturday we looked the city over, returning to the fieldhouse early to see the
consolation and final rounds of the tournament. That night Winfield took Dinsdale while
Davenport trampled Ankeny for the state title.
SPONSORED BY THE DRIVE IN, WALLEN'S STORE, BRECHWAI.D'S MEAT MARKET, AND
THE ROYAL CLEANERS
TOP ROW-Initiation on the march-Geazel and Rick on their way-Joan Schroeder-Petersen and Ewoldt.
SECOND ROW-Lunch time at the senior dance-How about a game of poker?-hitclwing a ride with
THIRD ROW-How Nancy keeps her figure--track-and more track.
FOURTH ROW-Paddling ceremony--Jean's all dressed up for the football game-LaVaughn needs support.
SPONSORED BY DRS, KAHL 81 ROGNES, DR. PORTERFIELD, TURK'S BARBER SHOP, AND
THE SORENSEN BARBER SHOP
TOP ROW Sectional champs everybody dance! Donna on a Monday morn.
SECOND ROW-Hobo Day luncheon-Pat crosses the creek--card sharks.
THIRD ROW-Joan and her doll-card playing at senior dance.--LaVoughn, the masked bandit.
FOURTH ROW-"Eornie"-Track meet announcer-Ah! Now for some fishing!
SPONSORED BY HARVEY'S ELECTRIC, ARTHUR BEYER, ALBERT KASTNER, AND A. M. LAGE.
, I PAGE SIXTY-SEVEN
TOP ROW-Look who's dressed up here!-Petersen enjoys the noon hour-caught unaware-Jack proves his '
CENTER ROW-Judee again-Duane and Pal--Loren K.-Kolb: another majorette-Toby, the Great.
BOTTOM ROW- Donna B.-Beneath the shade of the old apple free-Smiling Wielond-Judee, the place
where you're going!
SPONSORED BY DR. ORTON, ERICKSEN'S STANDARD SERVICE, JOHN SCHNECKLOTH AND F. C. HAM-IL.
we 1 2
af? is 1
' TOP-General science experiment-Pat and Brodie talk things over-Shop Class.
CENTER-Hil-What a smile!-Shirley B.-Relaxing aren't we.
BOTTOM-Donna gets a suntan-Ye old swimming hole-Nothing but gals.
Now, as our annual is coming to o close, we hope our pictures and
written material on the preceding pages will give you a typical example of
life in our school.
For the seniors, who will no longer ascend our stairs, we have tried
to make this yearbook as memorable as possible so you may recall all the
fun, hard work, victories and defeats you have experienced here.
The picture above was taken before spring construction had started
on our new auditorium-gymnasium building. Since then a network of steel
beams has been hoisted into place and the general shape of the building
can now be seen. Early last fall the furnace room had been excavated, ,and
the foundations and part of the stage completed. At present, the work is
concentrated on the steel framework. The Edson Construction Company of
Storm Lake is the contractor. A
Plans have also been completed for the remodeling of our high school
building as the new addition will allow more classroom space, a hot lunch
program complete with modern kitchen space, and more room for our
The new structure, which will provide Holstein with some of the best
gym facilities in Northwest Iowa, is expected to reap a good share of the
local tournaments as well as some of the larger ones. Seating capacity will
be around fifteen hundred. Everyone is looking forward to the day of com-
Ah! So you have finally reached the last page? Well, while you're
getting ready to "thumb" your way through the MOO again, take a look at
what happened to us in the meantime labovei. We are still recuperating
from months of hard work and overfatigue. We're kidding, of course. lt
has actually been fun to bring you this annual, not only because we hope
it serves as a memory book of this year, but because it makes us feel as
though we have really fulfilled our duty as seniors.
ln closing, we would like to express our appreciation to . . . The Hol-
stein Advance for invaluable information regarding our yearbook and the
publication of it .... Tyrrell Studio for outstanding general photography
. . . Goettsch Studio for the excellent action shots and fine miscellaneous
photography . . . The Sponsors, without whose financial support this
annual would not have been possible . . . Miss Marie Stoner for her use-
ful advice whenever we were in trouble, for helping us over the rough spots.,
and for her fine job of proofreading . . . The '50 MOO Staff for their
excellent co-operation in helping us meet our deadlines with the printer
and the engraver.
HAROLD ARP, Editor
JUDEE BAGENSTOS, Ass't Editor
F '7 Q
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